Jiiiiig^^ Come Monday, Sure! Choiee, Read Below! Choice 3 Lots Children's Underwear only ISc, . Fine Button Kid Gloves, $1.25 quality, only 49c. Foster Hook Kid Gloves, $1.50 quality, for Monday, 62c. Children's Fine Imported Cassimere Hose, worth 75c. only 29c. Fancy Eiderdown, worth 60 to 75c,, reduced to 29c. Remember, we make Special Low Prices Monday on Eiderdown •Oloaks and Misses Cloth Cloaks, The Assignee Sale Of the Schmitt & Heffley, Golden Rule, IOCB NAME IS FRIST. UcmB of a Person «l Character Con- ceraloK I<o»-*n«porteri» and Their FrleuUM. In the city yesterday: I. Stevens of Sweetser. S. R. Slreator of Wolcoit. J. W. Replogue of Goshen. Jesse Moore of Indianapolis. F. A. Morrow ot Monticello. Harry C. Smith, jr , of Lafayette. Elmer Barnes and wire of Idaville. Dry Goods House. W. D. PRATT, Trustee FOGLESONG BROS. Undertakers and Embalmers And Retail Dealers in [FURNITURE Of all Kinds and UPHOLSTERING. 424 BROflDWflY. i New Hack Line. I have started a Hack and Parcel Delivery and in the future T oan •bo found at the corner of 4th street and Broadway.vrherel will be P«1£™J from 9 o'clock in the morning to 9 in the evening to dehver parcels or *arr>- pasaengors to and from any part of.the.city- My Charges Will Be Reasonable. JOURNAL 1 will endeavor to jrive the best services possible for the ^oney. If won have a parcel to delfver or a passenger to deliver, or any light work ,. hat can be done with a street hack, I will be glad to do rt. What could •vvou do that a customers would appreciate more than calling the hack for sJtttiu? Special rates will bo given you. _ L^ave orders at 13tli street Livery Stable or Geo. Harrison 8 «\vttv. Tours Truly. Wm Lynas. For Fine Printing. You will find the Journal Job Rooms unsurpassed. INVITATIONS NOTE HEftDS, PROGRAMS, STATEMENTS, GftRDS, [ENVELOPES f\ SFEGlflbTY. You get our figures and we'll do the.work. Do not fail to [call on the-JOURNAL for Job Printiog. Mre. Link Gripe, is vititing at Indianapolis. John McGovern end Frank Beam will spend Sunday in Peru. Ed Grace is over from school at Indianapolis to spend Sunday. Crawfordsvllle News: Mrs. Bert Knapp of Logansport is visiting in the city. Mies Jessie Armstrong, of Kokomo, is here to spend Sunday with Miss Gertrude Winters. Hunlington Herald: Jimmy Purvl- ance returned to the city this afternoon from Logansport. Mrs. Ben Martin and children cave returned from a two weeks visit with relatives in Indianapolis. Charles Wooley of Loganeporl and formerly of Royal Center, intends making his future homo in Illinois. Peru Chronicle: Mrs. John Diehl and son Charley went to Logansport this afternoon to visit relatives a few days. . Harry Burgman left for Chicago last evening to accept a position as book-keeper in a. packing house in that city. Wabash Plain Dealer: Rev. Dr. D. P. Putnam of Logansport, w\s In the city yesterday, the guest of Rev. Dr. Chae. Little. SUNDAY MORNING, FEB. 17. TitcKeea's steam laundry — good wo rk A fine line of wrappers for 75 cents, just received at the Bee Hlvo, Mrs. Qulncy Myers will entertain a number of ladles atdinner Friday. Miss Kale Campbell Is lying dan porously ill at her home on Eleventh stroet. Gat your carpats, captains and draperies, all new designs and colorings, at the Trade Palace. Mr. Kraus' mammoth purchase of agents sboe samples was all accomplished by telegrams. Tha Western Union are made several dollars richer ttirmisrli Otto Kraus' groat B»mplo sboo purchase. ,Two hundred pieces* of nine.quarter sheeting Monday at 12* cents a yard tor a fev? days only— Trade Palace. W. L. Foher of Argus, came to the city yesterday to attend the burial of his mother who died at Long Clifl Friday. The Uniform Rank and subordinate orders of Knights of Pythias will at. tend services today at the Universallst church. To have perfect health you must have pure blood, and the best way to have pure blood is to take Hood's Sarsaparila. One hundred boxes new goods just opened at prices to beat anything. w styles and prices cut in two, the like you never saw — Trade Palace. Carroll County Citizen: A letter mailed st Logansport last Saturday was not delivered to the party addressed in this city until the following Tues day, notwithstanding the fact that the party addressed called for mail on Sunday and four times on Monday. This is efficiency with a big E. I have several thousand dollars to loan at six por cent, on first-class mortgage security. This money can be obtained by the right parties calling soon on exceptionably dosirable terms. I also make loans in any sum over twenty-five dollars on personal security and buy good notes. — Geo, B. Forgy. Monticello Herald: The committee from the legislature -who visited the Long Cliff asylum at Loganaport were so favorably impressed with the management that they will recom- nend the retention of Dr. Rogers as oaperintendent, notwithstanding he Is a Democrat. This 1s not only flat. terlog to the doctor but an evidence of the good faith of the Republicans In their profession of ignoring partisan motives in making appointments for the benevolent Institutions. On the same principle the f uperlntendeots of certain other State institutions who have boasted that there is not a Republican on their pay roll and thtt U any should be discovered they will be promptly fired should be promptly fired themselvea, andlhey cannot go any too soon. Most tores 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. SUITS TO ORDER $20 CASH Extraordinary Values, Equal to What Other Tallow Charge SIO.O'O lor. ' We are Turuinff out Great Qiumtitses of Work, ami our Custemer» are JPeriectly Satisfied. Prices are Very Low. Carl W. Keller, 311 Market St. Tailor & Draper. Mrs. Henrietta Hancock has returned to her home in Kansas after spending some time with her mother, Mrs. Buchanan of Jefferson township. Kokomo Dispatch: Miss Ethel Massena returned to her home at Lo- ijansport yesterday, after a visit with the family of Johnny Lappln. Peru Journal: Misa Emma Letter! of Rochester, was in the city yesterday, and went to Logansport in the afternoon.... Mrfl. Lizzie Kirk of Logansport, is a guest of Mrs. Ed Stout. Lnyfttyotte Journal : Miss Alta Medari=>, of'Lopansport, will give the second of a series ot talks on kinder- garden wort in the parlors of the second Presbyterian 'church this after. noon at 2 o'clock Chas. B. Stuart was in. Logansport yesterday. Huntinfftoa Herald: MM. Maude Blancbard, of Boston, is in the city and will remain some days with the H. S. Wells and A. E. Lesh families. Mrs. Blanchard may be rememtered by eome more easily by her former name, Mrs. Maude Barnett, the vocalist wbo visited here often. Before returning lo Boston sbo will visit at Logansport and Indianapolis. • Tin nert Hie Table*. Peru Chronicle: One of the city officials relates a rather rediculous story In domestic life which came under hi? notice recently. One night about 9 o'clock, while at the depot, he met a married woman, who tearfully told her story of of the abusive treatment eho was compelled to endure living with her husband, and said that she could not get into the bouse as he was there and had put her out and locked the door. The officer accompanied her to her home in South Peru and when he left bad the promise of husband and wife that they would, quit quarreling, at least for the night. On his way back to town ho stopped at Wickey's saloon and was there but a few minutes when in came the husband very much, excited. After taking a drink to steady his nerves, he called the policeman aside and stated his case. He said that 'shortly after the officer left he and big wife were, as ho thought, on the best of terms, and he did not dream of any treachery on her part. After the pair had apparently became completely reconciled and the husband was In good humor, the wife sent him to the stable on some errand, and after getting him out of the house locked the door on him. He begged to be let in, but his entreaties were of no avail. -Now," he said, "I want you to go with me and make my wife let me in my own house. LoHt • V«ln«ble Horse. Vince Skelton a farmer living in Clay township, while attending the trial of tha Kennedy brothers, had a very valuable horse to become suddenly sick and die Licenced to Wed. Harvey A. Shanks and Lucinda Cooper. William Smith Benham and Rosa Jane Gugle. Acting through the blood, Hood'i Sarssparilla not only cures scrofula, •alt rheum, etc., but gives health and vigor to the whole body. Committee'* InvllmUou. The improvement committee of the Broadway M. E. Church, desire to say that the repairs to tie house have so far progressed as to allow §ervlce» today and kindly Invlie all the members, the public and aU contributors to attend, that they may judge of the improvements themselves. If possible a report will be made, J. T. ELLIOTT, Chairman of Committee: Vantlalla lAne JGxcnr«lon». On February 12, March 5, April 2 and 30, 1895, borne seekers excursion tickets will be on sale at very cheap rates to various points in too South and Southwest. For rates, limit stopover privilges, etc , apply to J. C. EDGEWOKTH, Agt., Logansport, Ind. Iteaih of 31 r«. Early. Mrs. Christiana Early died yeeter- day at 4 a. m. at the ro-ldecce. No. 909 Hig-b street, age. S7. Death resulted from dropsy. Tne deceased was the widow of the lata Edward Early. T«o sons, James and George, survive her. The funeral will probably be held tomorrow. Harvey A. S hunks and Mies Luclnda Cooper wore united In marriage last evening at 7 o'clock »i the residence of Rev." T. S Freeman, No 1523 High street. The newly married couple will begin housekeeping at once at No. 418 Third street. A Keslaroatloa JKnmoreil. It is said that Judge D. B. McConnell will In a few weeks resign in favor of bis successor, D. H. Chase. Judge McConnell it U said will go Into » partnership with his son, Ed B. McConnell. Ellis Armstrong, a 21 year old citizen of Harrison township, who was to be tried in 'Squire Laing's court yesterday on a paternity charge failed to show up. • Walter Lawid has taken the agency for the Crimson Syracuso bicycles. Barefoot boy with cheeks or tan, Don't go baret»t wben you can Get good sboes at PIlilnK's store for a dollar, less or more. Bri:ig your bare feet to Ills door, He will flt jou !o the store. Wintry blasts tben you can brave. Solid coralort you will bava. Ladles shoes so soft andflne. Gents? Ves, shoes in every line; ShOBS for baby, shoes tor all, Come to PlUlng's, short and taU. Be has boots and shoes g»lore, You have trl -d them oft before, ADI! jou've always found them good, into UJ« price to suit jonr mood. Grandma, come with yoor lame («et. Too will find fcls fcboes a treat. Soft a»d pliable and nice: yes, he'll suit jou In the price. Line' can flt you every time; He will save yon many a dime. Honest prices lead« the van. Come to Pilling, the shoe man. The above poem, written by Mary J. Wasbburn, -was awarded first prize by the judges, representatives of the city papers, npon its merits as an advertisement. I wish to thank the many ladie who contributed and expect to give each advertisement space in the papers. The add will appear by number, twice a week. Respectfully, Lrsc W. FrLLTKG. 418 Broadway. AIMD1TIO.VIL ITBMN. Drink McLinn's Kolatona. Miss Daisy Juiiica is reported ill. John Geppinger of Miles' street, is seriously ill the result of an old " injury now appearing in the n Internal abscess. Bobert Ray, the Third street saloon. st, was taken nick Friday night shortly fter eaticg Wienerwurst which it it bought had become tainted. Mr. Ray was better yesterday. V. E. Schoonover, of Attica, was hosen to represent the High Court ot ndiana Order of Foresters at the Sup« erne oourt of the world to bo held sxt summer in London. England. The coming golden anniversary of be founding of Notre Dame unlver. Hy at South Bend will be celebrated 7 a jubilee to which many Catholic I0 tables wlh be invited. Cardinal Gibbons will probably make the ad. ress. Look out this week, it will bo one OUR to be remembered in the dry poods and carpet business at the Trade 'alace. Thirty thousand dollars worth jf new goods to be slaughtered. Don't compare your goods bought at bankrupt tales, if you do you will bo sorry iou ever saw them. Don't miss thii iale. The postal authorities nave complained to Supt. Walton that several iraee within the past few weeks mall sacks have been knocked off the car- deres at stations between here and Ihlcago where regular mail trains do not stop. The authorities think that .t is caused by the side curtains of the ocomotives, while some engineers claim that it is due to the air pressure originated by u swiftly moving train. Royal Center Record: The Logawf~-, port papers have been very busy t^t ;ho last few weeks estimating the pop« ulation of that thriving city. From the recent, directory published and upon the basis known to no other mathematicians they have succeeded in making 22,500 the number of Inhabitants. It is very likely that a new edition of an arithmetic will be printed by the satne publishers defending the rules and formulas by which they arrive at the conclusion THE KENNEDY'S CONTICTED. Both »»m. »nd l>ave. Will Work for the State •« Michigan CUT- Samuel Kennedy received a sentence of four years and his brother, David was given two cyears for burglary and robbery. Each of the pair was disfranchised for four years and. fined $10 in addition to the peniten* tiary sentence. The case went to the jury at6 o'clock Friday evening and at 3 o'clock yesterday morning the yer- diet was reached. The county attorneys, assisted by George Gamble, conducted the delense. . The prisoners will be taken north Monday. Harry Worden will her twken at the same time. A PAS HANDLE lee— BadlT iDjnred by a Fall on t&e Tiltcu to the HMpltal.. D. N. Clolner, a Pan Handle swltcl man, was Injured severely about *..: .head and the left knee, in a fall on ice yesterday morning, while throwing a switch. Hi* wounds were being dressed and cared for last night at St Joseph's hospital, and be wai i be dolrg nicely.
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