The Assignee Sale Of the Schmitt & Heffley Golden Rule Dry Goods House Is Now In Full Blast. The Rooms are Crowded Daily with MOD, Womea 8nd Youog P<ople who are As is well known to the people of this section, the Golden Rule carried one of ihe most se'ect stocks in the county, all of v\h ch is go'iDg at from Half Price Down. It is a loss of time to enumerate bargiin?; everytlrng goes at a bargain, and all who have been in large Dry Goods Houses know what is offered at this sale, which is by . . . Order of the Cass Circuit Court, . . If you haven't the roady cash, it will handsomely 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. IOUBNAME IS PRINT. lirna of • Pernon >l Cli»r»et« r Con- Ci-rnlux Log >u«porrem *nd Their Frteuaa. In the city yesterday: J N N. ff of Walton. John Jackson of Dal phi. B D. Bowell of KrwuDoa. John Burymao of Gulveston. Freeman Cooper B F- Harness and W. C. OvenoD of Kokomo. FOOLESONO BROS. Undertakers <anfl Embalmers ,. jvud Uotail Daalcr'lu'all Kinds o Furniture and Upholstering BROflDVWY. J.O. BRIDGE. p I A N o S o R G A N S BEST STANDARD MAKES. PRICES LOW. TERMS EASY 41O Broadway. Rear Hauk's Jewelry Store. A New Hack Line. I have started a Hack and Parcel Delivery and in the future I can fee fonnd at the corner of 4t.h street and Broadway.wherel will be prepared from 9 o'clock In the morning to 0 in the evening to deliver parcels or tarry passengers to and from any part of.tho.city- My Charges Will Be Reasonable. I will endeavor to give the best services possible for the money. If you have a parcel to deliver or a passenger to deliver, or aay light work that can be done with a street hack, [ will be glad to do it. Vf dat could yon do that a customers would appreciate uiore than calling the hack for kiiii? Special rates will be given you. "Leave >rder3 at I3sh street, Livery Stable or Q-eo. Harrison's 617Broad Wm Lynas. DAII y JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEB. 6. McKeen's steam laundry—cood »ork Tbe wnrlr of decorating the Broad, way M. E. Chur h Is about completed Dr. A. G. Miller Tnu--9<lav a-d Friday, at big new office, 314 North Street A number of Odd Fellows from Win- amHC were ent,eri«lned Monday night by B-l River lodge, No. 8184. Chnrles Bo.4«ell, I'be liquor dealer hns been marked up for the alleged violation o' the liquor ordinance. H B Jfi-voornb of Indianapolis, who has baen mnoaglng the Keystone drug aioce, returned borne yesterday. Tbe Logaosport high school students are planning to organize an orchestra and a most excellent choir. Constable Banny's horse ran. away Mcnday evening and tbe buifgy was demolUhed In \ha course of the spin. The Rev. Wellborn will commence a eeries of revival meetings Thursday at the Cumoerland chapel north of tha ulty. Rheumatism is primarily caused by acidity uf th« blood Hood's Sarsa* parilU purifies the blood, and thus cures the disease. A J. Aman of Washington township was given a most agreeable birthday surprise S-tturday uighi, it being his Slot anniversary. Miss Matilda Sollmano was pleas* a< tly surprised Saturday night by a number of school friends, it being her sixteenth birthday. jBpepaia seldom causes death, but perm Ha victims to live- on In misery. Hooa'g SursaparUla cures dyspepsia and all stomach troubles. On March 1st, Wea Tribe :i70. Order of Red Men, will add the Pocahootas degree to tbeir lo< ge. Tta.ls degree admin the wives and daughters of the members The e are yet about four months of steady work on the Crooked Creek diioh. OQ^wblch work has been Urn- jorarily suspended on account of the rozen condition of the ground. A telegram was received here yesterday afternoon annoui cing the death o'Mr Edward S«ift at hia home at Mt, Oliver. Pa. Mr. Swift was Ihe only brother of Mrs. Williamson Wright of ibis city. M s. Margaret Sullivan, wife of. Fohn Sullivan a former resident of Dgaosport, died recently at Kinsas uy. leaving four children, three of whom will come 10 this city to reside lih an uncle Jerry Sullivan. The will of the late H nry P. Wip. pe-man baa been admitted to probite. Senry Bonne WHS rrade executor, wish $-H 000 bond signed by U. Brook- mver, gr . and O L 'o 'S'elzer, sr. The estate is worth $12,000 and there are ilz heir*. Jo,- Rothermel was in Royal Center yesterday. J B Skinner was at Lafayette yesterday on business. W. T G-ffe and John Quinn were in Ande.'ton yes'erduy. Fred Webb of Peru visited friend ID the city jts'erday. Walter B*o z is at Eiton, 0., to visit, with friend-a few days. Charles 8app of Warsaw, is spend- iug a few days In the city L-iffe of W.iodliwn. visited here Sunday. Miss EJna Kinz e of New Castle, visiting Mrs E E. Piltman. Mrs Joe O'Mara of Danville, 111., is visiving fritndsin the city. Mrs Presectt of Tarro U. mte, is a guest of Mrs. John F. Johnson. Joseph Albert and wife of Burrows called on friends in the city yesterday. Mrs. A. M. Thornton and Mrs. John Hayes are at Juliet ncd Chicago, III. South Bend Tribune: Rev. D. E. Williamson has gone lo Logansport, Ind. Joseph Graves of Wlnamac, was yesterday entertained by W. W. Williams. Capt. W. C. Coulson started yesterday morning fur Sun Francisco, California R chard Crown of Lucerne ha? gone to Florida to spand tbe remainder of tbe winter. Taomas Sberidan of Marion, was bera Sunday to spend the day wltb bis family. Arthur Kaesling, Bert Stewart and James Nelson are down from Culver academy. Harry Long left for Seattle, Washington, yesterday, where ha goos for hie health. Joseph Cozitt of Chicago, has tatteo a position with Harry Kapp'fi news agency oo Broadway. Harry Elliott of Cambridge City who has been visiting relatives In the city returned borne yesterday. Kokomo Dispaich: Dr J. L. Packet was at Lotransport yes'erday visiting his duugater, ilrs. Cbot Wiliaie. Miss Ida Barker, formerly of Lo- ganspnrl. has baen employed by tbe Chicago Telegram as society leporter at Woodlawa. 'Miss Julia MoCormic left yestprday on her return to Ddnver, Col, afoer visiting several days with the family of D. t£. Tousley. John Enders aod wife who hive been visiting ibelr .son, Cbaa. Enders for seven week* have returned to ihelr borne in Harrisburg. Ed L, Newton, of the Wiaamac Republican was In Logansport last evening on bis way to Ks*anna and paid the Journal a pleasant call. William Burke traln.maater on the Pan Hindle, returned from Indianapolis yesterday where ha attended the funeral of baggage master Wise. Peru Journal: John James and F. P. Dillon, Metropolitan Insurance men, spent Sunday in Lugansport.. . .Hal 'Clark was In. Logaosport yesterday. Toler Kline and wife of Indianapolis, are in the olty visiting relatives. Mr. KUne Is employed at tbe Baker job printing bouse at the capital city. Marion [.Chronicle: Lew Bond of Logansport visited frlenda here yesterday.... Lint Jones who vHited friends at Logansport last week, re- lumed yesterday. Huntlngton Herald: J. W. Taylor, of Rock Creek township, was in tbe citj Saturday, and went 'to Logansport on business connected with tbe Purvlance estate. Lifayette Courier: Rava. John Suendiing and Hilary Hoelaoher go to Logansporc tomorrow to participate in tfae celebration of tbe t*enty-B'th anniversary of St Joseph's congregation there. Peru Chronicle: Polk Conrad went to Logansport this afternoon 10 attend tbe funeral of bis mother Mar Voight went to Lo^ansport this a't'er- noon.. . .Mike Hd.oc.ilin of Logansport, was in. the city tod*y.... Attorneys Roscoe Kttnple of Converse, and Geo. W. Furk and Quincy A. -Myers of Logaaspon, were in attendance at court today. Most Stores reduce the price on slow sellers, we are giving 1-4 off on all Suits and Over, coats. We offer the choice of our entire stock. THE PROGRESS. Cor. Market and Fourth Street. Logansport, - - Indiana. SUITSTOORDER$20CASH Extraordinary Valu-s, Equal to What Other Tailors - for. . W-- lira Turning 1 one Great Quantities of Work, and our are I'en'ectly Prices are Very Low. Carl W. Keller, Tailor & Draper. 311 Market St. "DIRT DEFIES THE KING." THEN SAPOLIO IS GREATER THAN ROYALTY ITSELF. THEIR JCBrLEECELtBKmON 8t ObNr Jtom-j- to Loan At 4 DT cent, 5 per cent., 6 per cent, aod 8 per cent., long or abort time. Consult J. T. CocKBTON, Boom 3, Spry Building. Clinrrh C rvow KmiiiK y l"» Quarter Century Auulvereiurr. Yesterday ihe exercises as outlined Q ihe Journal were followed subcaan- lally as given. Sulerno bigb mi*8 was cnanted by tbo R-jv, Fiiher Kooboe the astUtant celebrants be'ng tbe Riv. Path. r P. Welcbmin of Gas City aod the Rev. Fntner L. A. Moenehof Plymouth. Father Maiss- ner of Peru made an eloquent address In T-orman wblcb was followed by Bishop Rada-nuftcher In a fine congratulatory address 10 tha congregation of St. Joseph's cburcb. Last night at ibe ball the young people gave another most enjoyable entertainment. atid at its close a social and dance was provided, for those who felt inclined to such amusements. The colobratlon, was certainly a most appropriate one in every way. of an Important point in the history of St Joseph's. WIXASUC OUO FELLOWS PARALYSIS OF THE HEART. Bun-rial ned La«t Night at a Hnnqnet g bytli>-UaUKhtns orjfebrkfli. A lurne delegation of Odd Follows from Wmamao were the guests of the Daughters of Rebekah of Logansport last evening 1 at a banquet. j.ho party included L B Perry. S E Taylor, J Rearlck. Peter H*ogley. J S Deoola, W S DePay, L C Conn. J B Rsdrtlck. H Terry, W S Huddloatoa and Joseph Graves. CaiiMCN tho -Muddi'ii D*a'li of tlarrey Tliurucou.O.ir ol'Ali>blo T..Wo>hlp'« Ur»l CulK -UN. Hirvey Thornton, aged 77 yearf, died suddenly at 11 a. m. yesterday ai his homa io Noble to*u-hlp of paralysis ol the Lear;. Be bad for many y«ars been visited at interval! wltb auacks of neart disease, and the end was not eoilrely unlooked for. Toe funeral will be beld from the residence at 10 a. m Friday the Rev. D. P. Piunwm uiH Mating. Harvey Tnornton had been for 82 yenm a resident of Noolo township, having senliid there la 1833 H.B wa$ one of Cuss county's most respected aod honored pioneers. He leaves * wife and four children: William C. Thornton. Mrs. John Burnett, Mri. Albert Biggins and Mrs. Horace P. Gotschall. Fivu brothers survive him: H. C, Thornton of Philadelphia; John and Albert Thornton uf LI is Angeles, Cal.; Joseph Thornton of Midaletown. O,, and Scoti A. Tooraton, of To the Ladles of JLogansport. Can you write »n advertisement? We want yoar idea OQ shoes. To the lady composing ihe best advertisement OQ shoes, either in poetry or prose, I will present an elegaut pair of hand-wade clippers. Tne advertisement to be left > t my Btore on or before Feb., Utb. 1895. Thebe-t composed advertisement to be decided by three competent judges. I am to have the privilege of using any or all compositions for advertising. The*composition mast not exceed 200 words. Hast be written on one side of the paper only. Lisc W. Pn,Li5G. 412 Broadway. ABOUT FEET. We have seen a creat many essays on feet; but the best thing we hav« ever seen on them were PilliDg'e shoes. A gentleman or lady. m»y be known by the shoes they wear; and when one see a fine appearing, durable shoe there is reisoa to be- ieve that it came from tbe ebter- priiia? ahoe home of Pllling'i 4i) Broadway. U. A. K. Enn-rtnlumeni. A grand en tor lain muni will be given tonight by ibe ladles of Ibe G, . A R at the GAR. hall, the pro* gram in as folio**: ,<—s, PAHT r. Overture _Mliw May Sam t cluiilun Ml H o. C ttiftuc i)5 „ -..MauoaiUin yuartfitte Tableau Guliarouio..!"^ ......"."" Ml.-s ituur Oornell MuKl .« h.. ...... "laud'Hin CldQ soog _ Kit * Quurtelt* PABT ir. Ti conpimift wl'h a lauibable farce, "Mr Tom Next" by houietai»nt, Here V«u Arc. I hereby challenge under a forfeit of fifty dollars, any man or firm, who are using gas as a fuel and one «IOT» <>nly, and whose room ia as large ai No. 209 Sixth street, to proouce at mucb comfort in all parts of said, roooi as u being made at the number by my syeiem of heating. F. A. SMITH 209 Sixth St. The Propux <t Ac»iemr. It is said lb.lt plaau are already under way for a handsome new build- . Ing to ba built of stone and Iron on tbe Bite of tbe recently destroyed frimo structure at the Culver military academy. Tbe new building U to be fire proof and Is to be put up as soon as pngeible. Ju»i HL* Two carloodd of sleigbi from the celebrated fuller Buggy & Sie'gh Co., Jackson, Michigan. Come one, come all. come everybody; we cave sleight for the millions. Prices below the lowest. Call at GEOBGE HARBISON'S, 617 Broad way. HeKViI* JPme<L Nick Fries, ibe b«!oon man, w yesterday fined $10 and- cost* each in tbe Circuit Court for two alleged violations of tbe Sunoay closing ordinance, and WM given $20 and coete on a charge of.ielllog liquor u> a minor.
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