Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on March 16, 1894 · Page 8
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

Logansport, Indiana
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Friday, March 16, 1894
Page 8
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RES YORK Every Department Complete. SILK DEPARTMENT. SATIN SURRAHS MOIRES. SATIN DUCHESS JACQUARDS REPES ular in blocks. , In creme, pink, yellow, red and blue. The thing for a handsome evening dress. A beautiful wash silk in fancy stripes. Very handsome for blouse waists. 3HANGHAIS-- HABOTTAS in creme, black, red-in fact all colors. A very durable wash silk. DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT. This Department is full of the choicest productions of Foreign and Domestic Manufacturers and special attention is called to our beautiful assortment of Imported Dress Patterns-our own importation- from $3.00 to $25.00. WHITE GOODS DEPARTMENT. We, "as usual," show the best line of Wash Dress Goods. BMBROIDBWES--LACES This Department is our special pride and today we opened a big line of Embroideries and creme and white Laces. LINEN DEPARTMENT. IACE CURTAINS Special Towel Sale. New stock just opened. We show Lace Curtains from64c to $30.00, CLOAK DEPARTMENT. You know we are the leading cloak house and will only say our spring line of Capes and Jackets is better than ever. We cordially invite a call whether you wish to purchase or not. GOLDEN RULE: Schmitt & Heffley. A beautiful dress silk, soft as crepe and with the beautiful finish of a satin. We show them in all colors and figures. In black and colors. These beautiful "watered" silks are now the rage for trimming and our line of colors is complete. A fine line, AH colors. Beautiful raised figures and stripes. A beautiful soft silk, very pop- NEW SPRING CLOTHING. The latest novelties are pouring in. Every day brings something new to add to the rapidly increasing stock. All the new wrinkles in regard to style. "THE PROGRESS" Cor. Market and 4th streets. SUCCESS AT LAST I The World: Moves; Science Is Triumphant! But its greatest triumph ti 1« the cure of disease, and its greatest sue. cess is APOSLOLl'S treatment for Diseases of Women But to be successful it must be applied by tho skillful hand of the SPEC » L- 1ST. The Physicians of The Logansport Medical And Surgical Mttote Have been using this treatment with the GRBATB8T SUCCESS and bj ill OH have, in this vicinity, restored hundreds of suffering women to health and happiness utter physicians bad failed. It it not painful and BO exposure is necessary. They also treat *11 Chronic and Private Diseases. CONSULTATION FREE. CALL AKD SHE THEM at 417 Market St. DAILY JOURNAL FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 16. Beautiful cow. dres? poods at the New Fashion sioro. Mr. Wise who if now in Now York isdaily shipping: many exclusive novelties to tho Bee Hiv«. You should sco our handsome assortment of stylish spring wr ;l ps, at the Now Fashion store Lovely, lovely, id what customers say at tho sight of the now silks, dress goods, capes, jackets and underwear, at the Trade Palace. We place on sale today several lines of carpets and mattinps that are standard goods, and choice and dosir able patterns at prices that have never been equaled, before.—H. Wiler & Co The Weather Today— <'if,nr tinfl ^iirjlilltl i/ifffjorr. HAVE YOUR SHIRTS HADE TO FIT. YOC AND BE HAPPY. WE ARE SHOWING A GRAND ASSORTMENT OF French and German PENANGS AMD LINEN ZEPHYRS WHICH WILL MAKE YOU HANDSOME SHIRTS- surer MAKER, HATTER AND FURNISHER. A MIDNIGHT BLAKE. J.i-ob Cfpplna-er'* tSm.rn mat Clear Factory Co !<> lit Plaram I>MI flight- A BHIIUnt Blixr. Last night about midnight. Mr. A. D. Pansier, city editor of the Pharos, noticed the lurid glare of a firo in the Immediate proximity of bin homo on the West Side. Heroically rushing to box 24 he braved the clangers of broken glass and turned in tbo alarm, incidentally cutting his pencil finger severely in the operation. Notwithstanding the excessive pain and consequent logs of blood he stood by his post and when the department arrived notified tho fire laddies that the fire fiend was rapidly doinf away with tho combined barn and cigar factory Ol Jacob Glp- pinger on Fralt street. By the time the department was ready for action tho names had pained a sufficient headway In the hay to doom the building and although water was thrown in great quantities the property was destroyed. Mr. Gipplnger was able to aave hia carriage out of the blaze. The other contents of the barn, together with the content* of the cigar factory were destroyed. Betides his rough stock Mr. Gipplnger had io tbo neighborhood of three thousand cigars on hand. Tbe lots l« estimated at $500, fairly covered by Insurance. STEEL WOKKS TO OPEH. The KrMU South Chicago, >H-< Plan' Begin* Operation*. Tho announcement is made that the South Chicago plant of the Illinois Steel Company, which gets its limestone from the Kenneth quaries in this county, will be reopened on Monday. March 10th, after being clo»ed since September 15, 1893. Theeti works are the largest in the country and when run at full capacity give employment to over 3,000 men. [t is tho Intention of the manager* to start next week, providing all the arrangements are completed, with ovar 2,000 men. This will be a groat relief to the iron, workers of South Chicago, who have lad a hard struggle for existence for many months, and is likely to exert » jeneficlal influence on the business community in general. Sufficient orders lor steel 'rails have been received to keep the works going for morethaa two months. Sew Hickory. The 189-t hickory bicycle, best in the market, just received at HENRY TUCKER'S. Silks and dress good* in all the ateststyles, at the New Fashion store.

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