JUST RECEIVED, KXOOO Nickleby Cigars! Best Cigar in the City. SOMETHING NEW THE COUNTER SALE. Now Being Held at The Grand Bazaar ' " 5 -:~.;. .307, 4ft St. Stop in, it Only to LOOK M O W b Y, d«nersl Insnrann and Louu. All kinde or In durance placnd in Oret olsss companies. Endow msnt policies pnrchwod. Bonds of "oreiyai. •rltlen for parties holding position* of trrun • wh«re « bond le required. 31» PEABJL ST. S. M. C loss on Daily Journal. •<TU:E£DAY MORNING, JAN. 20. •-'Annis Burk has gone to Chicago. • : Mr; -and Mrs. Guy Hensley are visit- \ing : at'Chicago. . : - -The Grand Bazaar will inaugu rate a . new 'feature. Look out for.their hand : Dill. ••"-.' •: I.have a big drive on undressed kid gloves worth. $2, during sale, 53 cents, at'Patterson's, the Haberdasher. The masquerade and calico dance at'McCaffrey's hall Thursday night, promises 1 to be an elegant affair. • . jan20d2t .r; ;Less than manufacturers prices and less -than you can -. buy at auction, are the. prices on our underwear.—Harry Prank. Steinhart's complete orchestra will furnish the music for the masquerade and calico dance at McCaffrey's hall, •Thursday night. jan20d2t nCash buyer, this ''-odd and end" sale is your "meat" and my loss, but I -' must unload a lot of goods the last of the week.—Patterson, the Haberdasher. May Howard's Big Burlesque company at the opera house to-night. Mrs. Henry Simder of Lafayette, is visiting Mrs. John Walters in the city. You can't afford to miss this sale, the. chance of the year to buy fine furnishing goods cheap, at Patterson's, the Haberdasher. Mr. S. T. McConnell made his argu ment for the plaintiff in the Tiirpie- Lowe case yesterday. He will be fol lowed by Judge Walker, of Peru. The celebrated Niagara shirt sole every day at $1 during our sale, the 'price is 7.5 cents. Look your shirts over and come. —Patterson, the Haberdasher. Hotel and boarding housekeepers will do well to call to-morrow for a supply of table linens, towels, napkins and bedspreads ;ft special low prices. •Bee Hive. TheG. A. R. social and carnp fire at the hall to-night will be a pleasant affair. Judge Hammond and Judge 'hase will address the , crowd'. All soldiers and their friends are invited. The funeral of John Gibbs was very largely attended Sundav, the Bethel church being packed. The pall bearers were brother Farmers Alliance men and the ritual of the order ' ead at the funeral service. The opening of the Clifton Hotel at Delphi will be celebrated by a grand banquet and ball on Thursday even- ng January 22. A number of persons 'rom this city have received invita- ions to the affair and will go. The prisoners at the county jail at he time John. Gibbs was taken in a ying condition to that institution will >e examined by the Coroner to-day, ad it is expected that the evidence will be concluded this evening. Invitations have been issued an- .ouncing the approaching marriage f Mr.-George W. Fender, jr., to Miss Lizzie Burton, of .Rochester. Th'e eremony will be performed at the sidence of the prospective bride's ister, Mrs. Medary, on the West Side Wednesday evening. Mr. Fender is ow the agent of the Vandalia at South iend and is right in the line of pro- , motion. Miss Burton is one of Fulon county's most estimable young adies and has many warm friends in lis city. The Journal throws its old ioes in advance. WAS THERE A MURDER] A Suspicion* CircuniKtuiice |j"a«lin to tilt: SiiKacMtloji of Another .IFin-dcr. Considerable comment was crc;j,tec on the streets last night by the widely circulated rumor that a "difficulty' had occurrrd in Barney Bligh's saloon on Market street Sanday morning which resulted a fatal blow from a club in the saloon-keeper's hands to one George Horne living north of town. It was related that the injured man had been quietly taken to his home and a city doctor employed by the saloon-keeper to pay constant attention to the victim. The affair was one of-the most mysterious that, the Journal has ever attempted to investigate and as every clue obtained in the city failed to develop. so well hushed was the affair, the Journal sent a couple of emmisaries to the home of ' Samuel Horne in Clay township at 2 o'clock this morning to interview Mr. Home's son George, the supposed victim of the saloon brawl. The reporters were confronted by the young man himself, who was personal evidence that he, at least, was not the supposed George Horne. It was learned at that plaee, however, that another George Horne, a young man much given to frequenting saloons,lived near Metea, and that there might be more truth than, fiction in the. story. It being so late the Journal could not further investigate, the matter. Murder will out however and if a deadly wrong has been committed the Journal will have more to say in the morning. The police^force was onto the rumor, but knew nothing further than is. stated above. If there was a killing at all, and if so, in self-defense, or not, could not be Leai-ned. The Journal will investigate the matter to the bottom, and 'urther facts will be presented whether they be tor or against Mr. Bligh. I>o If on Con^li? Don't delay. Take Kemp's Balsam the best cough cure. It will cure your A*k Your Frleiid« Who have taken Hood's Sarsaparilla what they think of it, and the replies will he positive in. its favor. One has been cured of indigestion and dyspepsia, and another finds it indispensable for sick headache, others report remarkable cures of scrofula, salt rheum, .-ate. Truly, the bestadvertising which .Hood's Sarsaparilla.... receives is the hearty endorsement of its array of Mends. 6 Suyn Tlie southern !Hc«IIcal World: '•Mother's Friend is growing in favor throughout the south and is highly recommended by physicians. We consider it indispensable to those who know they mast pass through the ordeal of child-birth. Write Bradfield Reg. Co., Atlanta, Ga. for particulars. Sold by Ben Fisher. to2-i A Double Attraction. Each lady will receive a calico apron at the masquerade ball Thursday night, and each gent will receive a necktie to match. No improper character will be admitted in the ballroom. jan20d2t It is said that a witness will be produced before the coroner to-day who •Bill testify that the hose which killed John-Gibbs was loaded at one end with lead, and that the lead end was afterwards cut off and destroyed. LEAVE YOUR ORDER, Suits made to order, $15 tux All-wool Pants $3. Spring Overcoats to order, 1 Melton and black Thibet, $15. j Black Cheviot suits $10 to $20. No extra charge for long and slim men. Short and stout men. all can be Fitted. No advance rrpon ready Made garments. Custom made Or ready made, ALL ONE PRICE. Spring styles now on exhibition. No advance payment required and If sroods ordered are not perfectly Satisfactory you are not required to Take them. OTTO KRAUS, Of Course. :E>JSTJOY® Both the method and results Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste, and acti gently yet promptly on the Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleanses the system effectually, dispels colds, headaches and fevers and cures' habitual . , ,, Ti - constipation. Syrup of Figs is the coughs and coIds. It will cure .sore on l y * emedy O f its kind Iver pro! throat or a tickling in the throat. It j 4 i J - ^ ^.i ^ ± ^ will cure-pains infhe chest. "It will du ced pleas^g to the taste and ac- all ceptable to the stomach, prompt m be _ its action and truly beneficial in its effects, prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances, its ' many excellent qualities commend it to,all and have-made it the most popular remedy known. | Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c and $1 bottles by all leading druggists. Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand •will procure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it. Do not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO SAN FRANCISCO, CAL, cure influenza and bronchitis and diseases pertaining to the lungs cause it is a pure balsam. Hold it to he light and see how clear and thick t is. You will see the excellent effect .f ter taking the first dose. Large hot-,, les 50c. and $1. ' ' " • eod'rs MONEY TO LOAN, n any stun at the LOWEST rates. Private tnjj.H July. Money nl w&ye In hand. No red tape or do. 1«7- Interest and principal payable In Loga&n- purt. Special arrangements te to payment 01 principal and interest, made to suit the Tlehe* erf borrower. For further portloalore apply to Fred W. Munson, On Mondays. Fridays or Saturdays. 214 Fount street, opposite Court Horae. MONEY TO LOAN! And Notes Bougbt In any sum over $25 at lowest rates. Large amounts 6 per cent. GBO. B. FORGY. FREE READING ROOM,, ! Open Daily and Evening, ••' 321 Pearl Street^ Welcome to All. ^ Confirmed. The favorable impression produced n the first appearance of the agreea- le liquid fruit remedy Syrup of Figs a fpw years ago has been more than confirmed by the pleasant experience of all who have used it, and the success of the prorietors and manufacturers, the California Fig Syrup Company. LOUISVILLE, KY. JOT sale by B, F, Keesll NEW Y08K. H.I and all druggists A Cutting: Slash j C: TO RAISE CASH! For Clearing up'Stock. Nothing like it ever heard of. Must have Money to complete arrangements in firm, best known to ourselves. Trade Palace, 319 and 321 Market Street DRESS GOODS, Cashmeres and Serges all wool 35 cents, was 60 c.ts. Plaids 5 cents ; was IQ-cts.- For 25 cents cloth all wool, was,40 to 50 cts., a yard. Black Dress goods Slaughtered in price 1,000 Remnants of dress goods at 25 cents on the .dollar. Black dress goods at a big cut frjm a child's to the the largest sized : - ^'dress pattern-'don't miss;this sale., ,•.:.;•" . ' '•-' SILKS, SILKS, Big drive in-evening shades only 25 cents a yard worth 75 cts. Silk dress pa,tter,ns at $4. 75 worth $12.00 to $15.00. Remnants of silks must go Trade 'Palace. ; "' . " . ' 50 pieces of Plushes and Velvets at 43 cents a yard in all the popular shades worth from 50 to 75 cents a yard, others at a big cut. Linens and house furnishing^, doyles 4 cents worth 10 cents, towels way .down. .To clean up tables linens, reduced one-third. Now is a chance for cheap napkins TradePalace. • UNDER WEAt?, .Children's.underwear 5 lots to close from 5cts., up. Trade Palace. HOSIERY, Ladies wool Hose now-23 cents,- was-35 cts. Fine hose. 5 -cts.. English cash mere ribbed'colored hose now 25'cents, was'70 to 85 cts.,' a All hose to close. - " ' Misses pail- Dress Trimmings all at ridiculous prices to clean up. 500 dozen handkerchiefs at cut prices : . ; Ruchings etc, to close at prices cut in two. See the laces and embroideries. New Buttons at your own prices. • Big ribbon sale 563 pieces all silk 7-9 and 12s, at 9 cents a yard, drive in gloves and mittens 10 cents.up. Big WHITE GOODS, From a railroad wreck.slightly soiled cheeks at .8$ cents, cheap at 15 cts. Same wreck, plaid dress goods 36 inch 9 cents,-worth 20 cts. £5 dozen Ladies Jersey ribbed vests at 15 cents, cheap at 35 ; ' : cts. Slightly soiled toweling rashes etc, all at cut prices. See white flannels. Ladies and Misses cloaks, jackets of. all. kinds from 75 cents, each below all competition. Shawls at less than half what others ask for them. up, CARPETS, ' ' , - • >* A good Ingrain carpet 12}"eents.' A good Hemp 10 cents cheap at cents. A good shade ready made 15 cents, cheap at 35 cents. " A Jjood mounted 50 cents, was 75 cts. A good rug at 39 cents, was 60"ceuts7' All'/>thot*J ch?ap, see our carpets, lace curtains, cheniles way down, don't miss' it. — you'll regret it. Trade Palace. Plush Jackets price now $5.25-was'$10.75 to $15.00. House jerseys children, slightly soiled from Brankrupt sale worth 60 cents now 15 cents. Big drive on blankets 69 pair reduced.to 73 cents a 1 pair, all others -at reduction. Ladies flannel skirts way down in price. '' "> Cotton flannels 5 cents, cheap at SJ cents.. 1 Muslins yard wider 4}- cent a yard, cheap at 6 cents. 'Prints 4 cents a yard. See the'Sheetings v.xmd l tick"-! ings, wool. Flannels at prices to surprise the manufacturers. " / Men's suitings'at half price to close this department, money. See the Jeans.. See them and CUT THIS OUT AND BRING IT ALONG! Hundreds of Bargains not on here to surprise the closest buyers. Come quick, as these goods will be closed quick attheso prices. SEYBOLD'S Trade Palace, 31«9 and 321 Market St, Logansport.
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