Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on March 18, 1894 · Page 8
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

Logansport, Indiana
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Sunday, March 18, 1894
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OREf\T 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. 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. 3O pieces Fancy Figured Satteens worth 25c only 14c. 35 pieces Imported Fancy Satteens worth 4Gc only 27c. 20 pieces Printed India Lawns worth 20c only 12 l-2c. 40 pieces extra fine Irish Lawn worth 20c only 12 l-2c, DOMESTICS AND LINENS. Loiisdale 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 l-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. 2B " Ladies' Fancy Hose worth 40c only I9c. i 25 " Men's Seamless Socks worth lOc only 5c. Special fast black Seamless Hose, sizes 5 to 81-2, only lOc. WRAPS. During this sale we will make special prices on all Spring Jackets. Come to the big sale on Spring Goods at the 0, OLDEN RULE: \mJ-. ***** \ ' t 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. DAILY JOURNAL SUNDAY MORSINCJ. MARCH All tbo now lasts in shoes at Pilling & White's. Seo new shapes, -Derbys and Fedora, at Kraua sale. See the lovely eatines this week at the Trade Palace. Have your shirte made to order by Patterson, the Haberdasher. Read the Bae Hive advertisement. They have something to tell you. Prices at the shoe assignment go lower and lower. See advertisement. Dr. Holloway's office In the Progress block, corner 4tb and Market streets. AH to match, a fine bat, dregs, kid gloves and parasol at the New Fashion store. Read final price list of the mo§t phenomenal aboe and clothing sale en record. New curtains and draperies at prices to surprise the closest buyers at the Trade Palace. No. 6 of tbe World's Fair Art Port' folio has been received. The number 5 will be in in a few days. An article in yesterday's Journal on tbe gas case should have been credited to the Kokomo Tribune. We can always fit your feet, please your mind and not rob your purse. — Pilling &• White, the shoo men. Furnished room on L'd floor and entire flat on 3d floor forrentover Harry Frank's store, 313 Fourth street. Choice of all ties 25 • cents, which includes four-in-hands, no matter what former price.—A. G. Jenkines. as- s'gnee. Our furnishing goods have always been In the lead, and why not our hats be leaders?—Patterson, the Ha. berdashor. When you come to our store we don't tell you "We're just out, 1 ' but we have everything we advertise.— Harry Frank. War! on tcrofula and every form of Impure blood declared by Hood's Sar saparilla, the great conquror of all blood diseases. Attend the cloak opening tomorrow at the Trade Palace. One special drive in corsets this week. $1 corset for 69 cents. Two hundred dozen men's seamless socks, silk heel and toe worth 50 cents for 25 cents tomorrow evening at the New Fasbion store. Ladies, I have tbo largest stock of millnery and the most stylish trim, mer in the city. Notice- of opening next week.—Mrs. Bruggeman. Go around to Murdock'g new shoe store Market street and get a pair of men's shoes for |2 worth $3. Also ladies and children's shoos very cheap. The'members of Woman's Relief Corps will meet at G. A. R, hall Monday March 19th at :i o'clock. Im portaot business. By order ofpresi- dent The greatest corset sale ever heard of will be opened at the Trade Palace Monday«raorning. A lot of the best corset* in the market worth from one to two dollars for 59 cents. Come early and got first choice. NealDow Birthday social will be held at Rev. Jones' on ea»t High street Tuesday evening, March 20. Member» of the W. C. T. U. and all friends of prohibition are cordially invited. An Interesting program will be given. The Cooking Club me*'with Mlsi Percla Luce yesterday afternoon at 3 o'clock and at 5 o'clock dinner wat served In elegant style by the members, the young ladies partaking fearlessly of the dainty products of their own fair hands. Messrs. E. F. and H. C. Metzger, who have been in Chicago for the past two years, have returned to thle city for the purpose of engaging in the Insurance business. The; have secured offices with Mr. J. T. MoNary at 412 Broadway and are prepared to do a general business in this line. A XARBOW ESCAPE. A Thrilling Trolley Accident to Dr. J.II Mhnliz-Colllkion With a Car on Broadway. Last evening about 6 o'clock Dr. J. B. Shulu was driving up Broadway. With him was his two-year-old child and the child's nurse. About Tenth street he started to drive across the track but the wheel caught In tbe track delaying his passage long enough for a rapidly moving car to collide with the buggy. The motorman noticed the danger in time to check the speed of hi* car which probably saved the occupant i of the buggy from serious injury or perhaps death. The buggy was badly broken and the horse taking fright plunged and tried to run away, but was held in hand by the doctor who finally got the horae stopped and the occupants of the dismantled buggy left the wreck. Fortunately they were not thrown out and all escaped injury. Ceorre Blent In II-HU Torn Hexl. About two yean ago Barry Ohaver came here from Rockvllle as a blacksmith and has since worked at hit trade and talked to the girls. Later • larry Cameron came among us ID the nterest of tbe natural gas company, io, too, is somewhat of a ladles' man and devotes part of his time to them. Still later on George Gonser. a regular masher, came as a hardware man. Then it was that Harry Obaver told Omota Hatch that it was not good for man to bo alone and die an old bache- or. and asOme was of the same opln- on, he rented a house on Adams troet and furnished tbe same ID good tyle. He then invited a host of rlends to meet him and Ome there March 14th at 8 o'clock p. m., where hey were happily married by Rev. F. '. Trotter with Cameron and Gonser s best men. These were two of our est young people and may they have pleasant voyage through life.—-Darlington notes in Crawfordsville Journal. lv \ Notice. The water works will be shut down from 6 o'clock a. m. until G p. m. to make connection with the new pumping machinery. The Weather Today—Clear and warm. Easter Offering. NOBBY AND STYLISH HATS. CORRECT IDEAS IN FASHIONS DICTATIONS ON HEN'S GLOVES SHIBT MAKER, HATTEH AND FURNISHER.

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