8OO DOZEN Fast Black Jersey Ribbed Hose for Children, Misses and Ladies, 9 Cents Per Pair Or Three Pair for 25 cents. For To-Day. SCHMITT & HEFFLEY, NOVELTIES Spring* Goods Are Daily Arriving at the Tailoring Establishment of JACOB HERZ. Call Early 'and Secure Choice. Daily Journal SUNDAY MORNING, FEB. 22. LADIES' warm Slippers and Shoes. CHILDREN'S Warm House Slippers. WALKER & RAUCH. 42O Broadway. The Best on Earth Ben Fisher's Baking Powder 311 Fourth Street. Pure SPRINGiSTYLES, For Suits, Pantaloons and Overcoats have arrived. the .assortment is complete. Call and see them. Harry G. Tucker, The Pearl Street Tailor. For the Next Four Weeks I will sell you an elegant suit for GASH. Jdc -this to make room for the finest line of Spring Goods ever brought to this city New spring-jackets, at the Bee Hive. To Mr. and Mrs. James Hooley—a boy. Use J. B. L. Blood and Liver Tonic. eod&w Miss Sybil Bender is visiting 1 friends at Peru and Laketon. Dwelling to rent, No, 114 Tenth. Sir. Inquire at Journal office. feb!9d3t Royal Arch work in Logan Chapter, Monday evening 1 , 23d inst. Miss Ketta Mahin, of Kokomo, is visiting: Miss Alice Justice on Tenth street. A cordial welcome awaits you at any of the numerous churches of the city to-day. The great E. & W. collars sold in all styles by Patterson, the Haber- lasher.. New dress goods at oc.. 8}c.. 10c., ISc and 25c., at tbe ever busy Bee Hive. Handsome and. dainty designs in embroideries, at Patterson's the Haberdasher. . Logan CapterNo. 2, R. A. M., will confer the R. A. degree Monday oven- ing, February 23d. When -you wear an E. & W. collar you are in the" height of style as well as wearing the best made." . . The greatest of all, the celebrated "Dent's" kid gloves, fitted to the hand, at Patterson's, the Haberdasher. , See the many bargains this week for Easter dresses. Don't delay, but come to-morrow.—Trade Palace. . Miss Grace Barron and Miss Faust, of Royal Center, are visiting with Miss Maud Wirick, of. west Broadway. "It leads them all," is the general reply of druggists when asked about the merit or sales of Hood's Sarsa.pa- rilla. - " 5... When you see the name "Patterson, the Haberdasher," it means the best of everything in furnishing goods for men and ladies. A Colby Wisconsin, "paper, notes a concert at which the singing 1 of J. B. Bennett of this city was one of the marked and pleasing features. The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank C. Jackson died at their home on Washington street West Side, last evening at six o'clock, aged 18 months. Mr. H. A. Barnhart, of the Rochester Sentinel, is visiting- in the city the guest of his brother Marvin Barnhart. He will go to Anderson to-day on a business trip. The balance of the great lot of jersey rib hosiery, which the Bee Hive has been.running the past two weeks, will be-.closed out at 7 cents a pair. There/are all-sizes from 5 to 8J- all extra length and, warranted fast black. The pupils of the A. Grammar room in the Central school building were busy yesterday decorating the room for a Washington day recital tomorrow. They expect to see their parents all there to-morrow afternoon. Thomas Rogers has received some excellent samples of, lithographing done by bis son T. B. Rogers who is with the Chicago .Bank Note Lithographing Co- He is but 17 years o'f age and gives, promise of a bright future. Will Pittman is back from Fort- Wayne where he instituted a branch of the National Clerks: Association Thursday night. He -reports that the new. organization starts off with a membership of""9-0, and promises to J. HOOLEY, Pearl Street. be astrong factor among the industrial unions of-Ft. Wayne. He can not speak in words'sufficiently flattering of the reception accorded him by the retail salesmen of that city,-,"-and comes back quite in love with the place and the hospitality of the people. . JL,a1>or Organization. The Journeymen Bricklayers and Stonemasons met in. the council chamber last evening and were organized by O. P. Smith of the A. F. of L. They will make application to the Bricklayers and Stonemasons International Union. Mr. Smith expects to shortly form a union of the building laborers. The infant son of Mi 1 , and" Mrs. Ernest Lud.wich died at their home on 15th street at three o'clock last evening, aged four months.- ' " At Oie'CIiurtlicili To-day, lv ~l"'' * Services at the Broadway M. E, church to-day as follows: 9 a.m. class; 10 a. m. Sabbath school, .11 a. m., the Knights of Pythias will attend divine services in a body and the annual sermon will be delivered by the pastor. G p. m., Epworth League and classes will meet as usual. 7 p. m., sermon by the pastor.. Rev. T. D. Butler of Pittsburg, Penn., will fill the pulpit of the Christian church in this city this morning at 11 o'clock, and this evening at 7 o'clock. Young peoples' meeting at 5:45 p. m. A cordial invitation is extended to all to come and hear Mr. Butlev both morning and evening. Pastor McMackin of the English Lutheran church will preach to boys and girls this morning at 11 o'clock. The evening services will be at 7 o'clock with the young people's meeting an hour later. A cordial invitation is extended to all to be present at these services. Services at the Baptist church at 10:30 a. m. and 7. p. m. Young peoples'.meeting at 6:15. Preaching by the pastor, Rev. W. H. H. Marsh. Morning subject, "Three Depart. ments of Church Work." Evening subject, "Faith assured by increased knowledge." Rev. G. H. Sheldrake, evangelist, will preach this morning at 11 ..o'clock and this evening at 7:30 o'clock at the Cumberland Presbyterian church. The meeting will likely continue through the coming week. . At the Universalist church this morning at 10:30, the Christian Sciences will hold services and immediately after the sermon bible lessons. A cordial greeting to all who attend. The services atWh'eatland street M-. E. church to-day as usual. Preaching at 10:30 a. m. and 7 p. in. Epvvorth prayer meeting at 6:15 in the church parlor. The public is cordially invited. The Ladies Missionary Society of the First Presbyterian church will hold their annual meeting this evening at 7 o'clock to which all interested in mission work are invited. The Logan Greys and Military band will attend divine services at the Market street M. E. chui-ch this evening in a body. JLeeislatlve Notes. The fee and salary bill was discussed in the House in turn by counties, the schedule being reduced in Republican counties and raised in Democratic ones. Cass county being reliably Democratic her officers were raised all along the line, the clerk from §3,000 to '$3,600, the auditor from $3,200 to $3,800. .the recorder from 12,100 to £2,400, the treasurer from $2,600 to $3,400 and the sheriff, from $3,000 to $3,500. The bill was then engrossed. N In the Senate a bill drafted by Dr. Rogers, of the Northern Hospital for' the Insane, and presented by Senator Magee, was defeated. The present law provides that where insane patients are found to be incurable they may be discharged by hospital authorities, and sent back to their friends or returned to the poor-house of the county from which they came. Senator Magee explained that by the provisions of the bill superintendents were reyuired to keep such patients, so long as their-retention did not interfere with the reception of new and curable cases. The majority of tbe Senate appeared to think that the bill would prevent the very thing it sought to accomplish, and hence its defeat. ... The Senate engaged in a heated wrangle yesterday in which Senate* Magee figured. Senator Burke, the Democratic Chairman of the Judiciary committe, charged Mr, Magee with insincerity and with acting in bad faith toward his constituents, and declared that he had not taken enough interest in the delayed bill, of. which he complained, to attend the committee meetings and work for it. Mr. Magee said that he had tried time and again to get a report from the judiciary committee on the bill intrduced early in the session, and had gone from member to member in its behalf. He said he'had gone to Mr. Hubbell,' who hsd the bill in his possession, several times, - but had found no satisfaction. Mr. Hubbell—There is not. one word of truth in that statement. I never saw the bill to which ^the Senator from Cass refers, and he never came to me to see about it. V-*, • -•if^SUfW!'.- ,33^^ si® PARTIES HOLDING NOS. 2383 2850 3591 4858 7107 85GO 10166 11359 11877 2387 3241 4394 , 5402 7995 9120 ; 10400 11364 2509 3507 4770 5623 8209 1C056 10602 11848 Will find it to their interest by calling on HARRY PR A N K Liberal Oae Price Clothier of Logan sport and Delphi. \\TCOITO \% -IS—'PACKAGE TOILET TISSU Wilson, Humphreys & CQ., 2OO and 2O2 Fourth St. v '> Our Popular Flour. Flour^s the^most Important thing we sell you and that we have tried to make ourselves'the mosY popular. We selected a pink sack and the brand "Snow Ball'' 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 tbe market, when we found it we warranted'.it. Price was another thing 1 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 huy it now in-car-loads, and our buying price 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 braird,- but not the price, if their quality -is right. The "Snow Ball" we have told you of is only-sold at •-•• • ,: M. McCaffrey & Co. isk.
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