gJ^iplJKSgfJB^ Saturday March 9th, will be the last day of the Great Bankrupt Sale of the Golden Rule Stock. Then all remaining stock will be removed to Lafayette. Must be sold this week. Choice of all Children's Eiderdown Cloaks Worth $2.50 to §4 only ••^ap""^^^^" 1 Choice of all Children's Cloaks Worth $3 to $6 only .81.48 Just think a 7 foot shade worth 20c cnly9c. 7 foot Opaque shade worth 37c only 27C. Choice lot of Spring Jackets worth $8 to $12. Only $1.98 IOUB NAME LN PRINT. IteniM or a I'erMOnnl Character Con- ccrnlux XioBinsportewi and Their Friends. la the city yesterday: I. M. Zslm Of Onward. Clay Mullen of Marion. A. C. Kies of Jonesboro. J. J. Gardner of Camden. H. A. Loper of WestSeld. David Marks of Rochester. Miaa Ida Ward of Kokomo. George A. Pogue of Chicago. S. P. Beving-ton of Galveston. S. J. Carroll of Royal Center. Joseph Albert, postmaster at Burrows. Rev. A. W. Williams of Terre Haute. D. W. Kresher of North Manchester. I. M. Fedres agent for "Men and Women" Co. Mrs. Cleveland, Mrs. Leiter and Miss Leiter of Kewanna. Choice of all Children's Underwear, 2 for 25c $1 25 Kid Gloves Reduced to 49c $1 50 Real Foster Kid Gloves only 62c •^ FINE UMBRELLAS CHEAP. Big stock of ladies'underwear and wrappers at 30c on the dollar. Rem3mbsr all stock must bs sold within the next we=k and greater bargains than ever will be offered. Come at once. EN RU W. D. PRATT, TRUSTEE. FOOLESONO BROS.,. Undertakers and Embalmers And Ratall Daalers in. FURNITURE Of all Kinds and UPHOLSTERING 424 Calls Pro mptly Attended to Day or Ni jht. Phone No 90. Ground Hog Boots! Too late foo Felt; buy father. It's a DAIIT JOURNAL Brand New! Stock of Spring Clothing arriving daily at the Progress. All the new shades in hats, the grandest line ever shown in the city. THE PROGRESS. Cor. Market and Fourth Street. Logansport, - - Indiana. Boots. WfVLKER & RfUJGH 420 Broadway. New Hack Line. i^-^.%-^«:S^™s Se found ftt the corner of 4tn Street, w.uu jj ^ j^ iTiaT . namels or rry passengers to and from any part of.tho.city My Charges Will Be Reasonable. «do»vor to e lv. the •»« or ^ k toure Truly. Wm Lynas. THURSDAY MORNING. FEB. 28. Drink McLin's Kolatona. McKeen'sateam laundry—Kood work To Mr. and Mrs, Brown of No. 5U Miami street, a son. Tnore will be more rain today according to the predictions, $2.50 for men's genuine $5 tan razor toes at Otto's sample sale. Miss Edna Smith entertained the Western Star club Tuesday night. Child's kia spring heel 69 cents, worth $1 25—Otto's sample sale. Sixty-nine cents for ladies' sample Oxfords worth $1.50, at O.to's great sale. The Lotus club's pink domino dance occurs Friday evening at the Murdock Hotel. Mrs. Charles Chldester waa last night said to be lying at the point of death. Col. Bringhurst who has been ill for some time is reported greatly 1m. proved. Those wishing to join my water color class, will call at 200 Broadway. —K. White. Ice gorges ware forming yesterday at theBiddle's Island bridges in the Wabash-river. Jesse Taber entertained a few friends at his homo on Tenth street Tuesday evening. O'Donnell & Illlogworlh are getting ready to make another shipment of horses to England. The T. P. A. will give an entertainment at their parlors on Market street Saturday evanlng. The Misses Nellie and Alice Eikelburner of Osago street, will entertain friends tomorrow night. Two dollar misses' heel shoes for 45 cents and rubbers to fit for 10 cents, at Otto's great sample sale. The ID junction suit of Baldwin vs. Homburg will come up in the circuit court Saturday at 10 a. m. The first lot of sample Oifordi re. colved and placed on sale at Otto's today—69 cents for choice. If you wear size 7 and- 8, men's Goodyear welt, $3 50 calf and cordovan samples at Otto's for $1.25. A pleasant surprise was given Mrs. Mary Vigus of Blddlb's Island Tuesday night, in honor of her 42d birthday. MUs Uba Gathrie of East Broadway entertained a few young friends Tuesday night in a very pleasant manner. -Spring Curry Comb The opening shoot of the seaion 1 will he held at the Driving Park this afternoon by the Bridge City Gun Club.' Miss Minnie Benson, a daughter of Isa»c Benson, le said to >3 sick at the home of Mrs. Anoka. Dr. M. A Jordan was at ladianapo. Ha yesterday. George M. Cheney Is preparing to move to Indianapolis. Chaa. Taber was at Fort Wayne yesterday on business. Miss Daisy Fisher will leave for a visit in Chicago today- John Wells of Cincinnati, is visiting: his son, Richard Wells. Miss MollioGries of Wabasb, is vis- ing relatives in the city. John Long has returned to his home at Peru after a visit in the chy. Ed Spencer went to Albion, Ind yesterday to visit at his old home. James Couch came In yesterday from Lima, Ohio, for a short visit. Mrs. Eemely and mother of Reynolds, are visiting friends In the city. Benj. Kerr has returned . from Mechanicsburg, Pa., after a month's visit. J. P. Sebistlan went to Chicago yesterday to attend the funeral of his father. Mrs. D.C Arthur was yesterday called to Cincinnati by the death of a elster-in-law. Miasa*X3ertrude Winters and Edna Skinner'came home yesterday morns ing from-Kokomo. Adam (Mselfen, •• vice president of the McAvoy brewing company was In the city yesterday. Mr, and Mrs. L. D. Horn x of Rochester are visiting relatives and friends in the city. J. M. Overshiner of Elwood was here yesterday, tbe guest of his son, E. B.'Oversbiner and" family. MikeClarkls at Anderson, filling the position of the Adams express agent at that city durins the lattor's sickness. J. C, Phillips of Rochester, the deputy Grand Conductor of the Knights of the Maccabees, was in the city yesterday._ J. W. Tippett of the South Side will shortly leave for Chicago and from there go to California when he will remain sometime. Anna Schweirtall of No. 8 Ubl street, on the West Side, has returned from Bloomington, Ind., where she spent the winter months. Misa Lillian Schell and Mrs. Henry Hoffman of Winamac who were here to attend the funeral of Jesse Vurpll- latt, returned homo Tuesday. Edward Bartlemay of Bluff ton, was the guest of the Rer. W. R Wones and family during the Grand Lodge meeting of the Kniphts of Honor. J H. Dietz, adjuster for the Traders' Icsurance company, who has been here several days, was suddenly taken ill and left for Chicago yesterday. Chas. Warrenburg is here, preparing to remove to Monett, Mo , where he has secured a position on the St. Louis and San Francisco railway. Dlxon Edgerton of Ft. Wayne was inthe:clty yesterday. Mr. Edgerton is the State agent for the Edward Thompson Law Publishing' company. Miss Margaret Dean, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Banjamln Dean of lip- ton townehip. Is visiting the family of T. B. BradBeid at Grand R&pids, Mich. 'Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Keager of Litchfiald, 111., are visiting their parents Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Justice. Theydntend making their home here. Major McFadln la at Indianapolis attending the annual meeting of the Mexican war survivors. Major McFadin has been the ranking officer of tbe organization, since the death of 1895 SPRING 1895 We take Pleasure in Announcing the Arrival o? Our Spring Suitings! And we feel just 7 proud ii the success of our untiring efforts which enable us to ^ho\v you this season the Latest, Most Stylish, Most Attractive and Exclusive Line of woolens in the city. Carl W. Keller, Tailor & Draper. 311 Market St. For Fine Printing. LETTER You will find the Journal Job Rooms unsurpassed. INVITflTIONS PROGRAMS, STATEMENTS, GfVRDS, [ENVELOPES fV SPECIALTY. You get our figures and we'll do the work. Do not fail to -call on theJOURNAL F .for Job Printing. gansport. Ho has lost none of his old time vigor. E. B. Overshiner has recently been made local agent for the Siata House Building and Loan Association. Dr. Eistman, the eminent specialist of Indianapolis was called to "this city last night to attend Col. Rob't. Kreuzborger, who is dangerously sick with appendicitis. Peru Chronicle: Mrs. Ed Gray returned this morning from a short vieit with her daughter, Mrs. Joe Merrill at Logansport M. S. Gilmore of Logansport, was in the city oday. Peru Journal: Mr. and Mrs. Charles Neagles are in the clt? from Logane- )ort vioitiDg Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Jo were.... John Daley the Sugar ^ dairyman of Logansport. was in the city today on business. -— CONTRIBUTION SO- 2!) General Manson. Montioello Herald: Rev. Gilbert Small of IdaTllie gare the Herald offloea fraternal call Monday. In addition to his ministerial labors h« contributes a two column article each week to the Saturday Night *»rie the paper'published by hli Win »» " Darin I Oar Keeenl Adver- tI«lngrCont.e*«. It you'll only t»ke advlc« And buy your sboes of Pilling, I'm sure tbat you will like his price 'Twill save you many a shilling. Not only ate the prices there Just what will suit your mind. But you will see tbe shoes will wear Foi they're the beit you'll Una. Yes, Pilling will your wants supply. In every kind of leather, Jujt what you want tor wet or dry, For cold, or summer weather. His stock Is nice and ne» and neat, He'll suit rou. one and all, His shoes so well will at your feet The '.aigest will look small. ••He who hesitates Is lost," they say, Then hesitate no more! Bnt go to 412 Broadway And buy at Filling's store, Spring time is coming and the indications are that we will have a, very rainy spring. That means wet feet if yoar shoes are of poor quality and wet feet mean* sickness and a doct«r bill. "Announce of prevention is worth a pound of cure," or in •lain English buy a pair of wet weather sboes at Lino Filling's Broadway Shoe Store. To have perfect health you mutt havo pure blood, and the best way to have pure blood is to take Hood's Sarsaparila. Tbe damage suit of Mrs. J. C. Beatty against Will Ward and Charles Maurice, will he called today in the circuit court. Mr, and Mrs. Joseph Reitmoier gave a very pleasant party Tuesday evening at their North street homo in honor of Miss Marie Kestner of Lafay-. ette. At Booth's, tbe tailors' last night, a $20 suit of clothes was given to Chas. Fiske, C. H Wlegand, was awarded a $10 pair of pants, and G E. Barnett secured a ?5 pair of trousers. C. C. Spsncer well known here, is said to be lying very near death's door at his White county home from the effects of a second stroke of paralysis. Mr. Spencer is one of the prominent Republicans of White county. Matthew Massena will be succeeded as supervisor of the State Lino divl- ilon of the Pan Handle, by George W- Spaldlng of Indianapolis. Mr. Mas- eens. will spend some lime in regaining his health, and will then, it le said resume work for the Pennsylvania company in another capacity. Vandal!* On February 12, March 5, April 2 and 30, 1895, home seekers excursion tickets will be on sale at very cheap rates to virious points |in the South and Southwest. For rates, limit stopover privilges, etc., apply to J. C. EDGEWORTH, Agt., Logansport, Ind. Means- J>el»wter O. A. Means, the well known druggist, and Miss Minnie Delawter, al»o well known an-l deservedly popular, were last night married by the ROT. f.S.Ereeman at ^o'clock at the home of Mra. S. E. Young ofj No. 9?North street. A H«le ud H*PPT 01 * ^K 8 May be Insured to ladies using Zoi- Paora at the critical period of change of Ufa- Sold by!B. F. Keeslln* U« Coulson & Co.
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