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For 50c to 75c Per Yard! e will give you Side-Band Dress Goods, All-Wool and inches wide that are worth $1.00 and $1.50 r>er pard. 42 Just Come and See Them To convince yourself that they are bargains, SCHMITT & HEFFLEY, .N, B. All the latest designs in fine Embroideries. THE LOCAL LEGISLATORS. Our City Pupai* Km Down to B and Grfiul Quite a Little OrtHt. The Trade* AH«cmbly Made Happy "Blirlen<nic" Companies Given a Jilack Eye. $ 988 Overcoats and Suits Tl>« New *>e«'cr ISyNtciii <;et« —The American- GaN Co., NOVELTIES In Springr Goods Are Daily Arriving at the Tailoring Establishment of JACOB HERZ Daily Journal. THURSDAY MORNING, FEB. 10. Call Early and Secure Choice. LADIES' warm Shoes. Slippers and CHILDREN'S Warm House Slippers. WALKER & RAUCH, 42O Broadway. The Best on Earth Ben Fisher's Baking Powder 311 Fourth Street. Pure SPRING STYLES, ? r For Suits, Pantaloons and Overcoats have arrived. '"The assortment is complete. Call and see them. f . ' \ Harry G. Tucker, The Pearl Street Tailor. For the Next Four Weeks 5. I will sell you an elegant suit for S22OO GASH. this to make room for the finest line of Spring Goods ever brought to this city P. J. HOOLEY, ;!PearlKStreet. Try Hoosier Cough. Cure, eod&w Get a new dress this week at special prices.—Trade Palace. Dwelling to rent, No, 11-i Tenth St. Inquire at Journal office. feblOdSt Ten papers of hair pins lor 5 cent?, at the Trade Palace to-day. Kid gloves and ladies fabric gloves at half price.—Trade Palace. Choice creamery "butter at Dieckmann's grocery 41G Third street. For rent, two rooms in 2d story over H"arry Frank's store, Fourth street. Dr. C. S. Souder and A. P. Woodward left yesterday for Alabama and Florida. Rev. H. E. Butler closed a very sac-, cessful revival at Deer Creek last Sunday. For scrofula in every form Hood's Sarsaparilla is a radical, reliable remedy. It has an unequalled record ol ol cures. 2 Any one paying their accounts to Harry Frank to-day and up to tomorrow noon, will share in our $125 worth of presents. One hundred and sixty-eight pieces of "So. 7 all silk ribbons for to-day and Friday, only five cents a yard: cheap at 15 cents.—Trade Palace. The G. A. R. will hold services in memory of Sherman and Porter Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock. The place and speakers will be annoudced. Missouri XXX Family Flour only one dollar and seventy-five cents .per hundred, at Rothermel's, corner Sixth street and Broadway, and Twelfth and Spear streets. feb!9d2t» Ladies if you want a nice apron, toilett sett, banner lovely throws tidies, etc., call on the Christian church ladies at the G. A. R. Hall Friday and Saturday. The Log-ansport polo club will go to Muncie on Friday to play the R^oyais •Yiday and Saturday nights. They xpect to come back with victory isrched on their penant. Mr. P. E. Flemming-, in advance of the Melville Sisters, was in the city yesterday making arrangements for ,his company here next week, with a new repertory of plays at popular srices. Sunday Feb. 22, at 10:30, Kev. H. Butler will commence a protracted meeting at Seven Mile church. Those nterested will observe this is one week earlier than his regular appointment. Last call!—To-morrow (Friday) af- ' ternoon Harry Frank will distribute amongst his patrons $125 worth of presents. Come and see us between now and then as it will be to your advantage. In our Snow Ball sacks we give you the whitest and best flour in the city. Should you desire a lower grade, our Siller Moon brand at $1.90 per hundred will suit you. It compares in quality with that sold by our competitors at $2.30.—McCaffrey'& Co. The Christian church ladie's : l»have established a good reputatation by always serving the very best -dinner possible, and this time expect to excel all former attempts./ Gentlemen be sure and arrange with your wives to eat turkey at the G. A. R. hall Friday. Peru Journal: A meeting will be held in Muncie soon to organize a Trades Union Assembly. - Such organizations have already bed'n' - effected in this city, Indianapolis, Fort Wayne, Teri-e Haute, Lafayette, Logansport and Anderson and are very beneficial to the working people concerned in them. Labor and its advocates are growing stronger and more prominent daily. , Miss Rebecca Wason, of Delphi, was 'in the"-city yesterday, having dental work done by Dr. S. S. Clark, the former popular Delphi dentist who has brought much of his best Delphi trade to Logansport with him. Long- black haired Angora muff. A suitable reward will be paid when returned to the Journal office. feblSdSt Go to the Trade now for some of those'bargains in ladies muslin underwear. S urter WHAT TUB DADS VII). The common council of the city of Logansport met in regular session at the council chamber last evening Mayor Cullen presiding and all members present save Mr. Truman. In the absence of Clerk Tnggart, S. E. Mulholland acted as clerk. The finance committee road the report of the clerk of the water works board, showing the following statement for the past thirteen months. Receipts ............................................. ....gl3,-lSO 01 Expenditures ......................................... 13.-I7!) 58 Balance ...................... ..................... 4.'i An ordinance providing for the improvement Of the unfinished portion of College street from Center street to Columbia street under the provisions of the Barrett law was adopted. An ordinance for the issuing of bonds for the improvement of Fulton street to the amount of §334.91 was given a hearing and adopted. A declaratory resolution providing for the laying of a sewer under the provision of the Barrett law, from the new West Side school building on Bates street to the W abash river on a line with Brown street was given a hearing and was adopted. A communication from the attornies of E. H. Shirk et. al., owners of the old canal bed suggesting arbitration of the injunction suit of the canal bed owners against the city, was read and placed on file. A deed to lot S3 2 in Mt. Hope cemetery was ordered to Mrs. J. C. Clendenen and a deed to lot 385 ordered to Alice F. Blankinship. The following claims were allowed: Street pay roll ........................................... s 30 63 Ed Truax, Improving alley crossing ........... 9 5.3 J. H. Pitnton, repairs lor street Com ......... ill) John Callatwn. Improving street .............. 3 DO Gre en & Preenly, repairs for lire department ................................................... 2") 00 .1. K. KeeKiin.slioelnK lor lire department.. 2 00 Logan Natural Gas Co., Ens for city offices.. SI HO W J. Parrel , assisting fn;)necr ............... 11 25 Matchless Metal Polisti oo., snuuries for lire department ....................................... 4 20 C.itnerliie Wtilte, washing!™- tire depirt- ment ............................................... . ...... 12 2,5 Total .......... . ................ .' ....................... £131 43 , The Park committee submitted the plans and specifications for the improvement of the city patk as presented . by the Trades and Labor Assembly and . recommended the adoption of the plans and that the work as contemplated by the Assembly be carried out under the supervision of the Park committee and the city civil engineer. The motion for the adoption of the plans was amended to give allowance for any improvement or alteration in the above plans that the park committee and engineer may deem fit. The motion was adopted. The ordinance prepared by the American Gas company for the laying of natural gas mains in the city and the sale of gas within the city was referred to the ordinance committee and city attorney. This ordinance is a verbatim copy of the ordinance regulating the Logansport Natural Gas company with certain modifications. The petition of the property owners on Ottawa street praying for tlte opening of Ottawa street across the old canal was heard and a resolution granting said petition was adopted, The petition of the property owners on the private, alley north, and south between llth and 12th street and Market and Broad way praying for the reconsideration of the action of the council in vacating said alley was referred to the street committee. The city commissioners make a report on the matter of the improvement of Maple street, reporting- that such improvement is impracticable and recommend the dismissal of the petition. Report concurred in.. The ordinance committee was instructed to prepare an ordinance prohibiting the posting of obscene or indecent bills in the city. Permission was granted to merchants to lay a crossing on Third street between Market and Canil streets at their own expense. The city attorney was instructed to beg-in suit against E. H. Shirk et al., owners of the old canal bed for costs in previous law suits. To speed the parting with this Season's goods we cut to cost and down below! ? Tis better now to sell at less than not to sell at all ing season now is over, but still these are piles of goods! one mower's work is effective! The money mak- To reduce them but. His Name - Low Price Some set him to work. This week we give you an advantage that is seldom equaled. We throw completely in the shade ail previous efforts of our competitors. We give you your Choice Of regular $12.00. $13.50. $15.00 and $10.50 Suits and Overcoats for but Nine Dollars and Eighty-Eight Cents. : So be it! A Suit or Overcoat ynu buy. your saving is tremendous. BEAR IN MIND These goods are Suits and Overcoats we have been getting- from $12.00 to $16.50 for. Men's $6.50 and $6.00 pants go for $-!,50. Men's $20.00 and $22.00 Overcoats and Suits go for $15. 00. We will continue for one week and one week only for cash this great sacrifice. Rare Bargains Offered in every grade, From the finest to the lowest. Examine the above advertised s-oods, you will find all they are cracked up to be H A R RTF RAN K .Exclusive One Price Clothier of Logansport and Delphi. Our Annual distribution of $li5 worth of presents takes place next Fri- Come and see us between now and then and we will do you' goool. : -0-*PACKAQE TOILETTISS' Wilson, Humphreys & Co. 2OO and 2O2 Fourth St. • Our Popular Flour. Flour is the most important thing we sell you and that we hare tried to make ourselves the most popular. We selected a _pink sack and the brand "Snow-BalF as the trade mark for the flour we were going to make popular. Then we came to the flour. Quality was the first thing we thought of. We wanted the whitest and most satisfactory flour on the market... when we found it we warranted it. Price was another thing of utmost importance: we wanted a price which no one else could approach on that quality of flour, and we found it "Snow Ball" at once became the popular flour of Logansport, and of a hundred miles around, and it is to-day. We buy it now in car-loads, and our buying pi-ice is low. Our selling price is only $2.20 per hundred. But you must get the right "Snow, Ball" to get this price and this quality. '} Others may imitate the brand, but not 1 ' the price, if their quality is right. The "Snow Ball" we have told you of is only sold' at M. McCaffrey & Co.