REMEMBER! SATURDAY, MARCH 9th. Is The Last Day of the GOLDEN RUUB BANKRUPT SAL Greater Bargains Than Ever Now Offered! . B. PRATT. TRUSTEE- Ttoey l»«v« Souvenir*. yesterday the atoro of tbe Boston .Jaraple shoo company was one of the busiest in ttiu city. For hours the rjrowd passed in and out, looked and and admired tho lloral dec- In the windows. Five hun- •3*ed boxes of candy were given to tho Sadist) and one tbou-»nd toy savings bsmfes were carried away In the hands •at the children. .Ue JA-vtm In H Tout. ^'Strange man attired In fur and a friendly g-rlo, la said to be camping about six miles north of the city on •Ihe way In from Melea. He liven In * lent and owns a light push cart. lie 3* dark skinned nod resembles aa Ultimo. Tlit? Coroner Aotcd •* HberllT, During the progress of the case of J); P. Baldwin vs. Sheriff Homburg, ' "Coroner Downey acted as sheriff. Ilroke Into Che found. Abe Siero was asked yesterday by the authorities to give his reasons for break log into tbe city pound to release two of hla horses that had been taken up the night before. He fixed tbe matter up. Did you attend the opening of the Joston Sample Shoe Co'a store? Of ooorso you illd everybody was there anil >rao delighted with the wonderful In shoes they got. The JIuMQ Ball Arrangements are now being made by the Logansport loam for gamaB of base ball with clubs at South Bend, Anderson, Marlon, Peru, Muncle, Elwood, Indianapolis, Terre Haute, Fort Wayne, and other places. A Cotrectlon. William Diedrlck of Clinton township, yesterday called at this office and otated that the announcement of bis prospective marriage was a mistake. Mr Dledrlok says he does not litend to enter the matrimonial state. A Call Accepted. The call extended to the Rer. H. A. Perolval by the Broadway Presbyte- rlan church has been accepted subject to the action of tbe Logansport Presbytery. niKnonlc Temple ami City Ollice*. It Is said the committee on tbe mat ler of. building the Masonic Temple will present a proposal to the city council at the next meeting, offering a uoriion of the proposed structure for city offices. An Iii(ere»ttnii Service. The meeting at tbe K. R. Y. M. C. A. this afternoon at 3:00'o'clock will bo of unusual Interest. In addition to the address by Rev. J. C. Kauffman some fine singing will be furnished by the Tennessee Warblera. Vandalia Llnt» Excursion*. On February 12, March 5, April 2 and 30, 1895, home seekers excursion tickets will be on sale'at very cheap rates to various points In the South and Southwest For rates, limit stopover privllges, etc , apply to, J. C. EDGEWORTH, Agt., Logan sport, led. Xoilre. Water rents are due March 1; 1895. Penalty will be added and water shut off if not paid promptly. Bv order of Water Works Board. ; D. A. MIDDLETON, Clerk'. - DAILY JOURNAL SUNDAY MOUSING. MARCH 3. DrinkMcLin's Kolatorra. McKeeo's Bteam I aundry—eood work Monday will be ladies' day at Oito's sample sale. Natural gas bills for March DOW due and payable. In our grand line or faocy skirts and skirt waists, is tbe custom for this spring an d summer.-—Tbe Bee Hive. We are expecting another shipment of the popular Rob Roy neckties to morrow—Dawenter, ihe Hatter and Furnisher. Dress makers who hare used various systems of cutting And fitting-, pro- nounoe tbe Paris mode as taught by Mme. WaVson, the most perfect. More green ticket Lonsdale than you ever beard of before at tbe Bee Hive Monday and Tuesday. Read their advertisement and learn the offer. Dr. Dalzeli will show people tomorrow night how much he knows about • fencing;" he will contest with Prof. Pilzlin. Col. Cromer will referee CONTRIBUTION SO. 20. HubniUiel Durlnt Our Itseuut Adver tlHlne Context. If you'll only take Tiulvico And buy J9ur shoes of Pilling, I'm sura that you will lika Ills price 'Twill save yon many a shilling. Not only ere the prices there Just what will suit your mind, But you will see the shoes will wear For they're the bet t youm flnd. .Yes, Pilling will your wants supply. . In every kind o£ leather, Just what you want for wet or dry, l"or cold, or summer weather. His stock Is nice and new and neat, He'll suit lou, one and all, His shoes so well will flt your feet The largest will look small. "He who hesitates Is lost," th*y say, •' • Then hesitate no more! But go to -112 Broadway _, And buy at Filling's slore, Spring time is coming and the indications are that we will have a very rainy spring. That means wet eet if your shoes are of poor quality and wet feet means sickness and a doctor bill. "An 'ounce of preven- •ion IB worth a pound of cure," or in plain English buy a pair of wet weather shoes at Lino Filling's Broadway Shoe Store. Brand New! Stock of Spring Clothing arriving daily at Progress. All the new shades in hats, tK grandest line ever shown in the city. THE PROGRESS. Cor. Market and Fourth Street. Logansport, - - . Indiana. 1895 SPRING 1895 We take Pleasure in Announcing the Arrival of Our Spring Suitings! And we feel j ust'y proud ii the success of our untiring efforts wh'.ch enable us to how 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. FOOLESONG BROS. Undertakers and Embalmers And Ratall Dealers in FURNITURE Of all Kinds and UPHOLSTERING. 424 BROKDWrtY. Calls Promptly Attended to Day or Nijht. Phone No t9. The New York Bankrupt Co. Monster Movement of Modern Merchandise Is Now IN FULL BLAST! OUR GREAT SALE of Men's, Boy's and Children's Clothing is beyond a shadow of a doubt the Greatest Event ever removed to this county. Never has there been, nor will there be offered again such stupendous bargains. The people of Logansport and. surroundings should take ad vantage of this monster movement and purchase all they need at the prices mentioned in our Quotations. Nothing' Held! Nothing' Reserved! For Cash Only! NOTICE TO MERCHANTS AND DEALERS: No special discount to Merchants and Dealers during this Great Sale. Behold These Telling Prices! MEN'S SUITS. Worth $30 at $7 98 Worth 18at 5 34 Worth 16 at 8 98 Worth 10 at 8 79 Worth 8 at 1 98 OVERCOATS. Worth $20 at *J 98 Worth 15 at 5 34 Worth 13 at 3 »8 Worth 10 at 3 79 Worth Sat 1 98 BOYS' SUITS Worth. $16 at .;.......::.........$4 88 Worth 8 at.. Worth 5 at.. Worth 4 at.. 3 79 248 98 Worth 12at Worth 10 at Worth Worth Worth Worth 8 at.. Sat.. 4 at.. 3 at... OVERCOATS. ' 5 34 498 3 78 2 48 1 48 71 Worth $15 at |6 98 Worth 13 at .! :.. 5 24 Worth 10 at....:. '.. -....•:.... 4 98 MEN'S PANTS, 100 dozen Jeans Pants worth $1.90 a pair at 59c 100 pair of pants worth $5 a pair at $2.24 350 pair of pants worth »3, $3.50 and $4 at $1.37 COO pair of pants worth 5, 6, 7 and 8 dollars at $8.73 FURNISHINGS. 4-ply Linen Collar and Cuffs 2c each 300 Shirts and Drawers worth 76o and $1 at 29<J 150dozen Working Shirts worth 50a at 19c 100 dozen Stiff Hats worth $1.50, $2 and $2 50 at 48o 150 Soft Hats worth $1.50, $2 and $2.5* at TSc Remember this store opened Wednesday, February 27th*- -These prices r bnly good for 10 days. Avail yourself ofjthis one Grand Opportunity of a Lifetime. New York Bantempt €ompany, • . T5PB .-.••• • , . • : , ' 824 Fourth Street, Logansport, India^} Rcrcm For&ierly Occupied by H. Wiler & Co. Cheap Rates on all Roads to Attend this Great Sale.
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