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?*,0.>X.. 'I.'?.. e Of the Schmitt & Heffley Golden Rule Dry Goods House Is Now In Full Blast. The Kooma are Crowded Daily with Men, Womea and Young People who are leaping tie Harvest flt a Lite As is well kno\vn to the people of this section, the Golden Rule carried one of the most ss'cco stocks in the county, all of wh ch is go'u . g at from Half Price Down. It is a loss of time to enumerate bargains; everytkiDg goes at a bargain, and all who have been in large Dry Goods Houses knaw what is offered at this sale, which is by . . . Order of the Cass Circuit Court . . . If you haven't the ready cash, it will huiudsomely pay you to borrow it, even though you may pay a high rate of interest. DON'T DELAY! Strike While The Iron Is Hot. W. D. PRATT, Trustee. FOOLESONG BROS. Undertakers -and Embalmers jvud Retail Dealer^in'all Kinds o Furniture and Upholstering 424 BROftDWflY. DAIIY JOURNAL TUESDAY MORNING, FEB. 5 J.G. BRIDGE. P I A N O S O R G A N S BEST STANDARD MAKES. PRICES LOW. TERMS EASY. 410 Broadway. Rear Hauk's Jewelry Store. A New Hack Line. I have started a Huok and Parcel Delivery and in tho future I can be found at the corner of 4th street and Broadway, wherel will be prepared from 9 o'clock In tho morning to 9 iu the evening to deliver parcels or •fcrry passengers to and from any part of.the city- My Charges Will Be Reasonable. I'will eade»v or to give the best services possible for the money. If j»nbare» parcel to dsHver or a passenger to deliver, or any light work feat can be done with s street hack, I will be glad to do it. What ooald Von do that a easterner* would appreciate more than calling the hack for UmT Special rates will be given yon. Leare orders at l£th street Livery Stable or deo. Harmon's 617Broad wtv. fours ypuly. .'•"""• W r m, Lynas. McKeen's steam laundry—good M168 Clara SeybolJ is on the sick Hat Hanry Hammond is reported qalta elck. Yesterday was tho quarterly pension day. Wanted—A'tell boy at the Johnston Hotel. . City civil engineer W. B. Ray, is reported elck. The Lotus Club will dance Friday night at the Murdock hotel. Joseph Ftniig and wife have re- mnverl from Chicago to this city. W, C. Ruulh & Co , aro preparing to open a retail meat market in the cii.y. The nna mtatera in several of the business houses froze up Sunday night. Tbe Whist Club was entertained Saturday night by Mrs. George Taber. Col. Robert Cromsr was yesterday admitted to practice at the Casa county bar. Mrs. Emma Smith, slater of W. W. Beck, died at 'Copoka. KiQ=as, yesterday morning. Wea Tribe of Red Men will go to Monticello Thursday evening to estublish a tribe there. The choir at the English Lutheran church has been reorganized with Wynn T^ells a8 director. John Daly, formerly owoer of a diary north of Peru has removed with his family to Logansport. Milton M-irohal of Hazard county, and E nan, Dillard of Grass Creek have bsen licensed to wed. OlTicar Horghioo took in seven wanderers in a bunch last night and the sheriff gave them lodging. Harry KePDun resigned from tho Men and Women" company while that company was in the city. Henry Roach, jr., has sold his p'umber's stock to J J Hildebrandt. is to be employed by the latter. A little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wm MoGraw of Melbourne avenue, is tald to be very nick with diphtheria. Toe revival services at the Wheatland street M. E. cburch will .ba con. tlnued each afternoon and evening this week. Mrs. E F. Keller gave a_tea Saturday afternoon at the Murdock. The Elite Mandolin orchestra furnished music Sunday night at the Cumberland Presbyterian church the Epwonh League of the church gav* a very en l'j?«ble entertainment. Dj spepsla seldom causes death, but permits victims to live on in misery. Hood's S»r«aparUla cures dyspepsia and all stomach troubles. Item* «f • Fer«««il C*«r«et»r tJo»- ceralDK!•«» •aitport«MM4 Their . PrleudH. In the city yesterday: W. B Clmtic of Peru. Thomas Cory of VVabash. William Perry of Kdntland. S P. Bevington ol Salveston. J. B. Runkli ofRoya! Center. John Beizar, Z. D JLoop acd John Sobwier of i-»Rl»e-ion. Mrs A V. Isiornas returned after a visit In Peru. H. S. Elliott was at- Frankfort yesterday on business. Mrs J. A. Brooks is visiting at Goodland this wetk. Marlon Ne*s:. John Slanly wen to I/iganr<port yesterday. Eimer Stute^man of Marion is visit inn In the cliy this week, Sbbr ff Cbae. Hombii'-g came home lusc night from Indianapolis. Col E R Davis of Minneapolis, is visiting old friends In the ally. S. S. Lvnn. a>-tudeut at Hall's business college is at bis home In Wabash Tbe R v. T. S. Gutbrle has gone to GreeooaBile and Muacie to hold services Miss Kinzl« nf New Castle is visiting Mrs. E Piltman of Broadway this week. Jack Burro'vs left yesterday for a visit who. relatives in Poosacola, Florida. Mrs Harry Crovv of Richmond is this week visiting Mrs. Cartel-of >Veet Broad way. Miss Cora Come was recently called 10 her home an Chicago by tho sickness of.her mother. Miss Evu Ferguson a teacher in tho Peru public schools, spent Sunday with relatives In tha city. .Time* O'Dounell sailed from Liver. pool on Kaoruary 1st and Is expected home tho last of the week:. Mrs. Chas. Rumell of High street is this week entertaining Mrs. E. F. Lewellen of Richmond, Ind. Mrs. Aale McElwaio leaves for DeFuniak Springs, Florida, today to remain the rest of the wlnler. Mre. M. D. C. Tlnkbam of Indian, apolia. Is the guost of her pirents, Mr. and Mrs, Jjha. Gallagher. Max Langton and wife went to Indianapolis yesterday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Langton's broLher. The Rev G M Cummlogs of North Judson, lad., filled the pulj.U Sunday night at the Broadway M. E church. Sum Baer, D. H. Strouse. E Faust, J. S McCarty, John Long and George .Elvln of Peru spent Sunday in tho city. Frank Lytle, who is at present working at Atlanta In the interests of a patent right, was hero to spend Sunday. Miss Carrie Young accompanied Isaac Hiiaraelborgcr and fumlly on their trip to California. Tney left yesterday. A. N. Lux raturnod yesterday to Wolcott, Ind.. after spending two weeks in this city in the care of a physician. Harry Frank, sr., latt yesterday for an extended trip through western lodlaua in tha interests of his New York factory. Mies Lottie Pr'iichard of Royal Center was here Suocay, tho guest of the Misses Arda and Ada Warner of tbe West Side. Mrs. Mary Hoffman of Chicago, is here for a two-weeks' visit with rela tives and Moods. Sae isacjompanled by her children. Chas Van Winkle has goie to In- dlannpolis. where his brother, Robert M , Van Winkle is said to be lying dangerous y ill. Peter Hipp and son,J'.""Nfi. Hipp, the latter of Bull ilo White county, came in yesterday from Tiffin, Ohio, after a vitit of two weeks. Rev. Williamson, of Big Rapids, Micn'gao, vho with his wife, Is^visit ing relative? In Logansport. preached Sunday night at the First Presbyterian church. ... Peru Chronicle: Mrs. Fred Cornelius of Rochester who h»s been visiting at Logansport a few days, returned to the city today and is visiting at Charles W. Lesbrick's Mrs E A. Gould was in Logansport this morning.... Sirs. A.. V. Idler, of Logons, port, who has baen the guest of rela* tives in the city several days, returned home this morning Miss Ferguson, teacher in the public schools, went home to Loganapori this morning to remain over Sunday with her folks. reduce the price on slow sellers, we are giving 14 off on all Suits and Overcoats. We offer the choice of our entire stock, THE PROGRESS. >. » Cor. Market and Fourth Street. Logansport, - - Indiana, SUITS TO ORDER $20 CASH Extraordinary Values, Equal lo What Other Tailors Chan;e *i4rO.OO for. AV-- a™ Turi.injr ou f Gres«t Qumititscs of Work, and owr Customer* are J'cn'eeU.v Sati>lii-d. Prices are Very Low. Carl W. Keller, Tailor & Draper. 311 Market St. Spring Curry Comb •Jc Spring Rlndc. S"'> us n Brush. Fuji^vervCiirce. flu /On» Ported CotnD- r«xl hv 0 S A.rtn» *no »v Gnrnunt *nd ;b Circuses, and L/cudinR Horsemen o* Ulr Dealci io» ft Sainolc oiBin-ti pn*' pitirt ji ,.,, tiie_n«iiaa vrnuiu 'CUKUI COMB co» iosL»n«i>u«»L.«»tt uend.uo Kn<eriaintun at St. J<i«'|ihv. Amos 1 pleasing ouicriainirieiit was iven at Ss. Joseph Hull by ifaa young people of that congregation last cven- pg in hoaor of the Silver Jubilee of hat cburch. A program of vocal and ostrutncncal rooolo recitations, dia- ogues, tableaux and Indian Club drill was rendered with skill and excsllecce. A large attendance witnessed the per formarce. Blfbop R-riamacber of Fort \Vnvne, Very Rev A. Scbeldk-r, Vioar General of Indiana. Faiber taoenoh of Plymouth. Faiher Weich- mao of G n City, and Father MUissner of Peru, were among 1 the spectator*. The eniertalnrnont will be repeated this evening. Sr. .Ton'-jiii'H silver JuliHeo. The silvMr jiblloe of Si. Joseph's cburch will bo Ctflebrattd today. Tne Order of rcrvlcss is as follows: 9 a. en., hleh mass sung by Rev. Koenna a?s's ed by Revs. Wulchm-in and Moencb; sermon In ^e-rnun by Rev. Meisener; sermon ID Bullish by Bishop Rademacher. Zon.Phor*—Woman's Fitcntl— Has a grand record cu a remedy for ail diseases peculiar to women. A=k your druggist for one of the Z >a- Poora Medical Books for women. Sold by B. F. Kcesllng and Coulson & Co. Money to LOUD At '1 oer Coat , 5 per cen 1 .., 6 per cent, and S per cent,, long or short time. Consult J. T. COCKCURN, Room 3. Spry tSuildlu?. ADDITIONAL. I IEHS. A Blrth4»y B Saturday wa« Mrs. Joseph Leffert'i 64ih birthday. and in the evening her children and grandchildren (fare her a pleasant surprise at her borne on the South Side. A flue supper was en. joyed, and the evening wu happily spent by all present. To the Ladies of JLiojraiii-port. Can you write mi advertisement? We \vaat your idfU on tboes. To the lady' composing The best advertisement' ou shoes, either in poetry or prose, I will present «.a elegant pair of bund-made tlippern. Tne advertisement Co b<; lefD > t my store oa or before Frb , Utb, 33*5. Tbe be-t composed advertisement; to be decided by tliree competent judges. , lam to have the privilege of using any or all compositions for advertising. The composition mast not exceed 250 words. 41ast be written on one s.de of the paper only. Lixc W. PILWSG. 412 Broadway. . ABOUT FEET. We have seen a great many essays on feet; bat the beat thing we have ever Been on them were Pilling'* shoes. . ; A gentleman or lady may be known by the shoes they wear; and when one see a fine appearing, durable shoe there is reason to believe that it came from the ec>t«r- prisine shoe honse of Pilling'* 412 Broadway. The Journal has a lew blrdsey views, of Logans jort left. They can "6 had In pasteboard tubes for mailing or preservation for fifty cents. Dou'i forgot the dale of the comic Valentine ball given by the Fortnight Revelers at iht Broadway rinlc rtuirl- day evening, February 14, 1895. A suppar will be given Fnd«y night at the lecture room of the First Presbyterian church by the Indies of the first, second and third sections. The Riv 11 E Overmeyor died, a few days ago at Evan^vUle at the age ' of 60 years He was formerly pastor of tte Evangelical church of ihln cily. James Newer, wbo caroe to the city recently from his farm in Wachlngion iown-ihip, Carroll county, has been admitted to practice at thuCass county bar. An Invoice of the queeneware stock o! Solde-- & Alner is now lo progteea, and B.C Us comp'eUon, tto new firm, Fox & Daakleberg, will take- posaei- sion. Thoeo new drees poods and new prices are canning a big rush now at the Trade i-atace; nothlug like it ever Been la your life. Come with tho Toe Brotherhood of Hallway Traln« msn has seat out invitations w the annual bull to beheld tho night of Etster Monday, April 35th, at Broadway rink. The b dy of James Alford, the poor old mio whoiollfe ended at Short. ridge's Nortu street boarding ho. SB Saturday, was taken to G*!veston, yesterday for burhtl. J^mes Ttiy or, who la now in the Ca»s count;, j-sU on a tibarue of assault with Intent to uill Dr J. J Burton at Royhl Center Saturday, will be de- fenoed by Kistler & Kiotler. The ladies of the F.njt Prasbyte- rlan church will m ».et tnid afternoon. al the p iriJoati^e of tfatf churca to . sew for toe family of Mrs. 0 B Sriirpe wbo rectfutly lost all their clothiogin a fire. Tbe motion for a naw trt<il of the Parkins va Taomi* case lo Carroll county was overruled. Ttiotnis. a nineteen year old boy. was fiaed $1 000 and given a six months' j -ill sentence at a former tri*l for aa alleged criminal aasa-ult on Tiaa Parkins. Jn»t K^ carloads of sleighi from the celebrated fuller Buggy & Sie-gh Co.. Jaclwon, Micblgan. Come one, come all, come everybody; we have ulelffhl for the millions. Prices below tb» lowest. Call at GEOBGE HARRISON'S, 617 Broadway. The Faieral »f »r». •*r*tt CamrmA. Toe funeral of ibe late S»r»Q Conrid who died Sunday morning, will occur at the house of a son, Wm.l. Conrad, on Michigan avenue at 3 p. m. today. Interment will ba mad« at lit. Hope cemetery.