IP :****2*c*^ Great Muslin Underwear Sale! .Muslin and Cambric. A complete stock of chemise, corset covers, skirts, drawers, etc, at less than the cost of the material. KID GLOVES! Fine button Kid Gloves worth $1 25 reduced to 49c. Foster Hook Kid Gloves worth $1 50 reduced to 62c. We offer genuine bargains and the time is short so come at once. IOTJK SAME Df PRINT. UcmB of a Personal Character Con- cernlujt Ijojc*n«porter«»iin(l Their Friends. In the city yesterday: G. H. Snyder of Marion. William Bell of Kokomo. A. J. Morrow of Hoover, Mr. Phelps of Remington. Marlon Hanna of Idaville. Simon Carroll of Royal Center. Al Davis and N. N. Antrum of Peru. Messrs, Simi atd Farrell of Goodland. The Rev. H. F. McDonald of Marlon. H. A. Strohm of Newton County Enterprise. Otto Fluegel of Adrian, Mich., with George Bcei-ger. Mrs J. W, Long and Mrs. G. N. Ralston of Eewanna. O M. Packard and .'>. Smith and daughters of Plymouth. E. Wercher, C. F. Spellman, Geo. Matthews and W. Smith, of Wolcott. W. D. PRATT, Trustee. POOLESONO BROS, Undertakers and Embalmers DAII Y JOURNAL THURSDAY MORNING, FEB. 21. And Retail Dealers in FURNITURE Of all Kinds and UPHOLSTERING. 424 BROPlDWrtY, Calls Promptly Attended to Day or Ni^ht. Phone No 90. New Hack Line. I have started a Hack and Parcel Delivery and in 'the future I [ca» 6e found'at the corner of 4th street and Broadway.wherel will be prepared from 9 o'clock in the morning to 9 in the evening to deliver parcels or «»rry passengerH to and from any part of.the'city- My Charges Will Be Reasonable. I will endeavor to givo the best services possible for the money. If you have a parcel to deliver or a passenger to deliver, or any right work Jhat can be done with a street hack, I will be glad to do it. What could 3011 do that ft customers would appreciate more than calling the hack for Mm? Special rates will be given you. Leave orders at 12th street Livery Stable or 9eo. Harrison's 617Broad •wav. Tours Truly. IS Wm Lynas. for Fine Printing. You will find the Journal Job Rooms unsurpassed. tETTER^tt&ftDS INVITATIONS NOTEHEftDS, PROGRAMS, STATEMENTS, OflRDS, ENVELOPES fl SPECIALTY." You get our figures andjwe'll do the.work. Do not fail to icall on the JOURNAL for Job Printing. J. E. Sutton is at Chicago. Drink McLinn's Kolatona. JohnCoulson Is on the sick jist. McKeen's steam laundry—good work The Trades Assembly held a busi. ness meeting last night. Forty'eight cents, child's spring heel, sizes 5 to 8, at Otto's. Men's razor toe worth $5, for $1,98; beauties, at Olio's sample aale. See Lux for stove and nut coal on Toledo street, No, 1219. Telephone 61. Fornoffs orchestra will play for a dance in Hartford City Friday 676Q- Ing. Child's kid heel, patent top, 75 cents; cheap at $1,25—Otto's sample sale. Youth's calf shoe?, lace or button, 98 cents. Otto says they are cheap at fl 50. Ninety-five cents for ladles' spring beel, patent Up, made to sell at $2 50. —Ouo's sample sale. Miss Van Horn will entertain a company of friends at her home on Market street this evening. The Ladies' Auxiliary of Trinity, church gave a supper last night at the home of W. H. Bell. OLifayette Quohosh: Mrs. E. C. White has returned from a visit with her daughter at Loganaport. ' To purify, vitalize and enrich the blood, and give nerve, bodily and digestive strength, take Hood's Sarsaparilla. Julius Kaufman of Kraus' clothing store, sprained a shoulder recently, and has suffered much pain from the injury. The suit of Andrew Wirwahn against Dr. J. P. Hetherington for alleged malpractice has been set for March 6 sh. That tired feeling, loss of appetite and nervous prostration are driven away by Hood's Sarsaparllla, which makes pure blood. Miss Mae Ejtabrook has charge of ?rof. G N. Berry's room at the North Side schools in that gentleman's absence this week. The grand lodge of the Knights of Jonor will give a dance in connection with their banquet at the G. A. B. hall on the evening of the 26th. Ed Hardy who went to Cincinnati n charge of Brennau, the pacing torse, and delirered the animal to his new owners, came home last night. I have several thousand dollars to oan at six per cent, on first-class mortgage security. This money can be obtained by the right parties call- ng soon on exceptionably desirable terms. I also make loans in any sum over twenty-five dollars on personal security and buy good notes.—Geo. B. Forgy. O. B. Landry was In Flora yesterday. Ed Graca has returned to school at Indianapolis. Mr. Scott of Anderson is visiting Mike FornofT. Dr. Christopher has returned to the city for a few days, W. H. Gillett of Indianapolis is a guest ol Ed Maurer. Mrs. Freeman, wife of Rev. T. S. Freeman, is quite ill. Sheriff Chas. Homburg has returned from Michigan City. S. B. Patterson and wife were at Fort Wayne last night. Mis. A. Thalman of Rochester is the guest of friends here. Willard Dederlck of Roann is viilt- Ing relatives In this city. Quinoy A. Myers was at Indianapolis yesterday on business. Geo?ge Walters went to Danville, 111., yesterday on business. D. C. Justice went to Toledo, Ohio, yesterday oa legal business. Mrs. H. E Moore left yesterday for Wlnona, Minn., to visit relatives. Peru Journal: Stuart Frazee of Loga&sport was an arrival at noon today. Mrs. Robert Kennedy of Pittsburg, is visiting her sister Mrs. I. N. Crawford. Miss Anna Morgan returned yesterday from a two weeks' visit at Chicago. Horace Stanley leaves today fora two weeks' visit with friends In Muncle. Mrs. Chester Keene and mother, Mra. Claries Johnson, went to Marion yesterday. Senator M. W". Collett was here yesterday from Indianapolis to attend his aon'a wedding. Miss Mollie Ireland of Mexico, lad,, Is a guest of her sister, Mrs. Busan Glvens of Third street, A. M. Roop has gone to Kansas City and will remain aVeek, the guest of a brother, William Roop. Miss Campbell of Louisville, who has been visiting Mrs. Ida Martin, a slater, has returned home. Mrs. M. S. Dahoney of Coffeyvlllo, Kas., Is vleltlng her mother, Mrs, Peter Duakle of No. 1124 Broadway. Miss Maud Furey returned yesterday from Huntlngton where she has been visiting her sister Mrs. J. D. Pugh. Huntington Herald: Mrs. Carl Thompson, of Warren, is In the city today en route home from a visit at Logansport. Mra. Henry Smith and daughter of Fort Wayne, are visiting her daughter Mrs. Walter Derrick of Linden avenue, this week. George Gonser, who has been, at Darlington, in tha hardware business has returned to this city and will work for I. N. Crawford. Mrs. Gonser has been at Kokomo, and she will join him here as soon as her health permits. Peru Chronicle: Frank Kline was in Logansport yesterday, where heat» tended the celebration of his mother's 90th birthday. Lon Jeuks accompanied him. ..Peter Borneman returned home this morning from Logansport, where he has been staying with Alex. Apple and family Tom Sterling returned home to Logansport this afternoom after a several days' stay in the city Cbarlec Weldner returned this morning from Logansport and Wlnamac. Most Stores reduce the price on slow sellers, we are giving 1-4 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 to Wliat Otlicr Tailors Cliarfre S40.0b for. "We are Turning- out Great Quantitscs of Work, and our Customers are Perfectly Satis-lied. Prices are Very Low. Carl W. Keller, Tailor & Draper. 311 Market St. LEGISLAT1YE NOTES. Jlore l>lKeu«Hlon of the \lcholHO M1I1-A Number of Bill. ru.» the Hubudi of Sickly Wires; Don't be discoursed. Tkere 1« escape from doctors' bills. Zoa-PMora, Woman's Friend, kw brought health to many families, when other remedies and skillful physician* hare failed. Sold by B F. Keesling and Coulson 4 Co. Indlnnapolls, Feb. 20. The bill prepared by the State Board of Tax Commissioners passed the House with but one dissenting voice. It makes some changes In the method of administering the tax law. The bill makes more specific the duties of county boards of review, and gives tke Stale Board of Tax Commissioners authority to sit forty days. The bill adds two freeholders to each county board of review, and provides that they shall be appointed by the circuit judge. The bill also provides that the sheriffs in the several couatioa shall serve processes for the State Board of Tax Commissioners. * * * * The bill Introduced by Representative Babllya for an amendment to the law under which the toll roads are purchased by Bounties was passed by an unanimous vote. Tbe only change made In the present law Dy the bill is that it gives county commissioners authority to pay one-third the cost out of the general fund. Under the present law the whole cost must be paid by levying a special tax. The author of the bill explains that it was in the in- terastof counties like Allen which are anxious to buy in the toll roads and make them free. A bill that passed the House by an unanimous vote was that of Representative Merrltt in relation to com mercial paper which falls due on legal holiday. The bill provided that com mercial paper which falls due on a legal holiday shall be deemed to be due on the day preceding; that where the holiday occurs on Monday the paper shall become due on the following Tuesday. Judge D. B. McConnell, S. T. McConnell, W. T. Wilson, Q. A. Myers, and E. B. McConnell were in the House today and before the House Ways and Moans committee urging an appropriation for marking the movements of the Indiana troops at Cblck- amauga. Most of the States have made liberal provision for this and as Indiana occupied positions of great honor it is proper that action be taken. * A- C. Manwarlng of Mentone, nominated by the Republicans as the successor ol John D. Thayer, deceased, Joint Senator of the counties of Kosciusko and Wabash was elected by the rote cast In the district Tuesday. The Democrats offered no opposition, and only about 1,000 votes out of a total of 14.000 were cast. Manwaring a banker. He will have only about twelve days to serve. The House spent the day discussing the Nicholson bill. Several amendments were offered and voted down. It is thought that a vote will be reached In the House Friday. It has been changed in several particulars since the introduction and publication some days ago. Senator McDonald called up the bill relating to the establishment of a Soldiers' Home at Lafayette. It pus*d the House yesterday with tome amendment*. These were concurred in by the Saaate and the bill passed. It is now ready for the signature of the Governor, * * * Eben Wolcott of Wolcott Is advocating 1 a bill requiring railroad companies to erect scales at all polnti where one hundred car loads or more each year are loaded and allowing the companies fifty cents per car for weighing. * * * The Ways and Means committee as a reiult of a bill introduced by Representative Longwell has recommended the appropriation of $20.000 for additional buildings at the Northern Hos. pital for the Insane at Long Cliff. * * * Representative Longwell has a bill banded him by the Mayor and other Logansport officials giving city officials the power to prosecute beggars and tramps. W * Ml The remains of ex-trOvarnor Gray will He In state at the capltol tomorrow. The Senate and House will adjourn out of rtspect^acd all the public offices will be closed. * * » The bill introduced by Senator Cranor providing penalties for persons who jump board blJJs was read a second time- Peru Journal: The friends of Miss Ada Ullery, formerly of this city but now of Loganeport, will -learn with regret that a short time ago one of her eyes became injured and she took cold in it. AH a result it is feared the sight will ba impaired. The Christian Endeavor society .of the Christian church gave a social last evening ac the residence of D. C. Justice. A very entertaining program of recitations and music was rendered. The wsather prevented a large attendance. Have you ever noticed how your system seems to crave special assistance in the spring? Just the help required is given by Hood's Saraapa- rllla. CONTUIBDTIOS HO. 16. Babmlle* Darin c Our Recent Advertising Content. TRILdT'S SHOK?. Had Trllljj lived In Logansport, Or Pilling In Paree, She need not dress thoie prettj feet In shoe* 10 ordinary, TO.OM old jraj sandal'4 whlcn »ns won She might have given to the poor. .,„ Those feet ol sncb angelic grace, Tboie feet which artist* draw, Poor Trilby did nut dare locate Within a common shoe, Least ibe their beaotr might distort. Those footling! were her cklet support. A ihoe as graceful u her foot, JL shoe of comfort too She might care worn, had *he been bora Thli'ilde the ocean blue, In this fait tand where rfgit It mleht And Fimnfi ahoei make life oMJfht, PUase call and get some of Life'* • Delight "Filling's shoes." Prices the lowest and quality the best. Respectfully, Lrac W. PiMCTa. 411 Broad w*7.
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