Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on March 17, 1894 · Page 8
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

Logansport, Indiana
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Saturday, March 17, 1894
Page 8
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SPRING Every Department Represented. ALL NEW GOODS. SPECIAL PRICES ON SILKS. Kioki Wash Silks, fancy stripes, worth 65c only 49c. Printed China Silks worth 50c only 33c. Satin Duchess, all colors, worth $1.25 only 89c. Moire Silks, all colors, worth $1.25 only 99c. T\FIT^PP nr\f\T\o DRESS GOODS. 25 pieces Wool Bengalines worth 25c only 14c. 50 pieces Jamestown Fancies worth 60c only 39c. 50 pieces Jacquard Wool Dress Goods worth 50c only 23c. SATTEENS AND WASH GOODS. Extra good Black Satteens, fast colors, worth I5c only 8 l-3c. 30 pieces Fancy Figured Satteens worth 25c only 14c. 35 pieces Imported Fancy Satteens worth 40c only 27c. 20 pieces Printed India Lawns worth 20c only 12 l-2c. 4O pieces extra fine Irish Lawn worth 20c only 12 l-2c, DOMESTICS AND LINENS. Lonsdale Green Ticket worth 9c only 6c. Good Bleached Muslin worth 8 1-3 only 5c. Indigo Blue Calico best goods worth 7 l-2c only 5c. Shirting Calico worth 6c only 3 1-2C. Turkey Red Damask worth 30c only 13 l-2c, Bleached Damask worth 50c only 27c. Huck and Damask Towels worth 25c only 12 1-2. HOSIERY. 100 doz. ladies' fast black Seamless Hose worth 20c only 9c. 25 " Ladies' Fancy Hose worth 40c only 19c. 25 " Men's Seamless Socks worth lOc only 5c. Special fast black Seamless flose', sizes 5 to 81-2, only lOc. SPRING WRAPS. During this sale we will make special prices on all Spring Capes and Jackets. Come to the bug sale on Spring Goods at the GOLDEN RULE- 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! -,Tue World: Moves; '. Sciencb Is Triumphant f But its greatest triumph is In the cure of disease, and its greatest sue. COBS is APOSLOLI'S treatment for Diseases of Women But to be successful it must be applied by the skillful hand of the SPEC ' L- 1ST. The Physicians ot The Logansport Medical And Surgical iBstitnto Hare been using this treatment with the GREATEST SUCCESS Md by ita uie have, in this vicinity, restored hundreds of suffering women to hetlth. wd happiness &ftor physicians had failed. It is not painful and no exposure U necessary. They also treat all Chronic and Private Diseases. CONSULTATION FEEE. CALL AND. SEE THEM at 417 Market St. DAILY JOURNAL SATURDAY MORNING. MARCH 17. New handkerchief* at Patterson's. Our challenge salo means money to you.—Harry Frank. Choice ol ifS.,';0 and $3.70 fine ^hocs $2.89.—PillipR & White. The best baking- powder in tbo world at Ben Fisber'a drup store. Come with tbo crowd and view the many pretty things at tbo Beo Hive. Two or three Rood millinery ap-. prentice girls wanted at the New Fafhiop store. Every variety ot fabric known to tho weaver can bo found in profusion at the Boe Kivo. Everything is beautiful, fresh and neat, at tho millinery opening- of thi New Fashion store. Seventy-five cents for jeans pants other stores charge $1.25.—Kraus stores, A, G. Jenkines, assignee. Engineers' plaid jackets, everybody sells them for 50 centu, our challenge price is 32 cants —Hurry Frank. It is impossible for you to make a mistake In your selection at the Bee Hive. Everything fresh and new. Dr. D. E, Delzell has moved his dental office from -JV4 to 416 Market street, over Mrs. Bruggamai's store, Our 'importation order" of spring- kid glovoB have arrived. They will be on display today.—The Busy Beo Hive. Patent trimmed shoes, cloth top shoes, all kinds of fine shoes worth *3.fiOto*3.75, choice $2.89.—Pilling & White. Perfect health is seldom found, for impure blood is so general. Hood's Sarsaparllla really does purify the blood and restores health. You should not fall to visit our cloak department and secure a spring cape or jacket, also ready-mada wrapper at less than cost of washing at tho Trade Palace. The Infant son of Mr. and Mrc. J. W. Haskett, died at their home on Wabash avenue last evening at 5 o'clock. The funeral will be held today at 2 o'clock. The case of Frank Ca«kl who was arrested Thursday night for assault and battery on the son of Mrs. Fannie Davis. wa§ called in the city court yesterday morning. He was found guilty and lined the usual Amount. MM, Rattle C Nott, of IndUnapolii widow of Dr. Nott who for many y«an lucoenfully cured hundreds of cases of roptur*, it now in our city, •od bat ooMuMMd thu Mia of th« SUM, to pNrtLMhm, of the wlebntod JJott raptor* van. Without Water. The city, or that portion whose supply of water is dependant upon the pumping plant, was without water yesterday from 11 a. m. until 6 p. m., resulting in much inconvenience in many quarters. The shutting down of the pumps was rendered necessary by a change in the main pipe at the pump bouse, the twelve Incb pipe boirj; replaced by one of twenty inches tho enlargement being made necessary by the increase in tho capacity of tho work in consequence of the added putnpinj* machinery. Tlio new- machinery is being put in as rapidly as possible and the bip job will be completed in due time. For Hale or Trade. Fifty barrels full roller steam flour mill. Everything first-class, on Chi~ cago & Erie Railway. Want good rental propory. H. D. HOWKLL, Kewanna, Ind. AND WE ARE SHOWING A NOBBY LINE OF THEM. Neckwear

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