Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on March 27, 1895 · Page 8
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, March 27, 1895
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1, We Can Save You Money We offer special inducements in Dress Goods and linings. Remember. Less Ttai Table Linens in linen Turkey Red, German half bleached and genuine Irish grass bleached—at less than cost of importation. THE TWO STOCKS, Tie "Star" of Lafayette and Golden Rule, W. D, PRATT, Trustee. FOOLESONO BROS. Undertakers and Embalmers DAII r JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY MORNING. MARCH 27 And Retail Dai!era In now FURNITURE Of all Kinds and UPHOLSTERING. 424 BROftDWflY. Calls Promptly Attended to Day or Ni jfht. Phone No 99. Spring Suitings, Spring Overcoatings, Spring Trouserings, Novelties all in waiting for you to come and select them. If you are hard to please our goods and prices will win you. PIERCE, THE TAILOR. »10 HJIOAIMVAY. ForRent—Two sleeping rtotns. In quire at this office. Thomas I. Chase has baen commissioned a notary public. Amos Lopwell the tailor, ia employed by P. J. Hooley. See the Bee Hive's elegant line of drees goods with all linings for $5. Miss May Reed has taken a position with A. DeLong, .the piano dealer. To Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Tucker of Washington township, a daughter. A handsome drees pattern with all the best linings for $5, at the Bee Hive Col. George Immel is said to be Improved He IB now able to move hia lower llmba. No news had been received last night as to the present whereabouts of Mrs. Al Hawkins or Harry Tully. A small boy, grandson of Mrs. Kate toll of the EastEnd, broke an arm Monday in a fall. Dr. Jordan set the irokoi bone. The Logansport State Bank, No. 401 Market street, now issues certificates of deposit bearing Interest at the rate of per cent, per annum If left one year* and 2 per cent, if left 6 months. They, also loan money on personal or col- nteral security, pay prompt attention o collections and do a general bank- ng business. free, m*t What Everybody WUIB, Perfect health and: strength,• to Jare and to do, that's whatyou want and you know it. Here is a euro way to get it. Dr. Greene, of 35 West 14th St., New Tork City, is the most successful specialist in the world in curing nervous and chronic diaeaaea. He Is alio the discoverer of that wonderful medicine, Dr. Greene's Nervura blood aod nerve remedy. Ha has established a re« markable system of letter correspondence, by which you can write him about your complaint, telling just how you feel and stating each sj mptora from which you are suffering. He will answer your letter, describing your case thoroughly and telling you a sure way to regain health an! strength. And for all this you have nothing to pay. He gives most careful attention to every letter, and describes each symptom so exactly that you cannot fall to understand precisely what alls you. He makes a specialty of curing patlenta through letter correspondence. You have no fee to pay and you don't have to leave home. Here Is the best opportunity you ever had to get well. Will you accept or reject it ? Burglar* at Mexico. Mexico, Miami county, is boing worked by burglars. The last victim was John Barter, whose residence was entered Sunday night. The rob bers secured a gold watch, and other articles of value. It Will Pay You To see our new and nobby shapes in Stiff and Soft All the leading makes. Beautiful Effects! New Styles! Popular Prices! Mrs. Dr Canfield, optician, will be at 430 North street, 01 Tuesday and Wednesday of this week. THE COMING BICYCLE. Illicit*, Substantial and Unproductive of Hump-BackM. It is said that the hump-backed style of riding a bicycle is going out of style and that raised handles are coming into favor. In fact there Is every reason to believe that both bicycles and bicyclist for the coming season will be better than ever before The new Columbia, which Line Pilling has on exhibition at his Broadway shoe store, certainly bears witness to this effect. It is greatly Improved in the pedals, handle bar and standard arrangements, and, while weighing but twenty pounds,isguar- anteed for a 300 pound rider. The new wheels for '95 will also be from $20 to $35 cheaper than heretofore and the season altogether promises to be a most prosperous one for the sport. See the new '05 model 40 Columbia bicycle. It has improvements and important points which no other wheel can possibly have, Col. Albert A Pope being one of the first manufactures of bicycles and controls patents which can be used only on Columbia bicycles. [ Prioes $50, $GO, .$80 and $100. The place to buy Columbia wheel is Filling's shoe house, 412 Broadway. HARRY FRANK, TO BE. SURE,. Temporarily Occupying Fashion Store. WE never misrepresent goods and the people know it. ALL THE LATEST STYLES IN Summer Suitings $, 4\S Market St. G Strayed, Yearling filly"; bay, with black mane and tall. Will give reward. W. L, MOIUIIS. at oil mill. Building a Sew School HOIIHC. George W. Palmer of this city has the contract for rebuilding the "btone" school building in Clinton township. The old building has done service since 1855. itlorrott-IIarrla. Emmett Morrow and Mle« Rhue Harris have been married, and will occupy a home on Linden avenue. Death of Ililaad Bhermaa. The death of Hlland Sherman of Washington township occurred Monday at his home, at the age of 28. Death was the result of consumption. The funeral will be held today at 1 p. m., at Burrows. THE MOST PROGRESSIVE HOUSE In Logan sport. RQGRESS. Corner Market and Fourth Streets. THE FINEST AND BEST STOCK IN LOGANSPORT! OUR NBW PRINO STOCK Is now complete in every department. Come in and see our grand Display of Clothing, Hat?, Furnishing Goods, etc. We handle the best goods and show them with pleasure. They sell themselves if you want to buy- If not, there is no haim done. Striking Spring Specialties in Men's Clothing. $5 for Men's suits you can not duplicate in any other store for $7.50 and $8 For Men's Suits, all wool, Cheviot and Cassimere suits in the latest style of long cut sack coats, regular $14 and $15 value. OUR $18 and $2O Tailor Made suits that are as good as made to order suits for $35. (f 4 C For Men's Fine Cassimere and Worsted Suits, made in the (D JLO ^test frock^and Jong cut sack. You will have to pa/ $20 in other stores for the same quality. Our Boys' and Children's Clothing Department We show the largest and handsomest line of any house in the city. If you are in search of Novelties for the little ones, you can find them here, together with the best line of staples. Prices below all competition and all new Spring Goods. Our Furnishing Goods Includes the latest Novelties in IN eckwear, Gloves, Shirts, Underwear, Shirt Waists, Umbrellas, Mackintoshes, etc. HATS! Our line of Men's and Boys' Spring Hats are superb. The greatest variety and nobbiest shapes in the market. We don't follow in anything, we lead! "4W ^ m •^MtM^MMMMM'IMMI^^H^BHMnaHaNHMHHBaHnM^^^^^WfrMMIMMM^^M^^^^^^^^^^^H^^^^B^a^^BH^BHMI^^MpnMMM The goods we sell are our best-advertisers. One price to all. To every boy purchasing a suit we will present him with a nice Wagon, The Progress Clothing House. LOGANSPORT, INDIANA!

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