t • MR. E. SCHMITT Is BOW in New York and will send home the latest Spring Novelties from day to •day. We are now showing the Latest Wash Fabrics, Satteens, Jamestown Dress Ooods"and'all the Latest Laces and Trimmings. Schmitt & Heffley. Note—Must c)o<e nut balance Walker Stock this week—still lower prices. sms. PITS; ws. I AM HEADQUARTERS FOR All Kinds of Paints DAILY JOURNAL SUNDAY MOKX1XG. MAKCU 4. If you * re going to use any Paints COMB SEE ME. I keep the largest and beet stock of Paints and Painter's Supplies in Indiana. I nuke a specialty c'f this line or goods and am in a shape to sell you anything in the line tor less money than it is possible for ::ny competitors to do. "' No Majtter How Large or Small a Quantity of Paints You Want Come and See Me TWILL SAVE YOU MONEY. 1B.. F. KEESLING, 3O5 Fourth St.. LOG ANSPORT, IND. All the new laces and trimmings a i tbo Golden Kule. Dr Holloway'sotlico in tho Progress block, corner -lib und Market streets. The best of everything and every department most complete, at the Use Hive. You are invited to oall and see our many DOW styles of hate, oblel among all hats istheDunlap.—Dewentor, tho Hattor. J. It. Wise of 206 Washington street has been on the sick list for tho last week with a case of the grip but is getting bettor. Hood's Sarsaparilla is absolutely unequalled as a blood purifier and ! strengthening medicine. It is the idoal spring medicine. Try it. An eiquisile Una of new funcy shirtlnga received Saturday. Come and let us make you some new shirts. —Patterson, the Haberdasher. Manager MoSary of the Street Railway lino announces that if this afternoon Is a pleasant one the cars will all run to Sponcor park for the benefit of any ono wishing to take tho trip. A Tn»t«e Rem The iohool teacherg of Jefferton townihlp called in » body upon thuir trustee, Mr. John Banta at his home on the West Side yesterday. The visit waa In the nature of a surprise and Mr. Banta wai caught unaware* by the teaohera who had labored so earnestly under his employment during the past winter. After the usual compliments In such oases made and provided the teachers presented their boat a valuable pearl handled gold pen. The presentation speech was made by Mr. Robt. Hlllis who echoed the voice of his associates in bis expressions of respect and esteem for the trustee whom he declared had stood by them "like a man" and whom they, in turn, honored and re- apected. Tho Jefferson townsh p teaohera and the Jefferson township trustee have worked together In the utmost harmony during the past term and the pleasant meeting yesterday brought all parties concerned all the closer together. It wag an occasion long to be remembered by those present. Spring Is Here. All New Spring Styles. We have the largest and nicest line of Clothing, Hats and Furnishings in the city to select from. Don't fail to see our Children's Novelties. The Stanley .fleeting, The'room In which the down town temperance meetings are being held wag filled to Ua utmost last evening. At tho cljso of the mjotlng it was found ihit there wore 19;! sicnors ol the pledge during the week, Mr. Stanley's lecture last evening was especially pointed and attracted tho closest attention of all who heard him. There wore besides him several local speakers who raado interesting fporience talks''. This evening MI-. Stanley will deliver his lecture on the Northern Penitentiary, beginning at 7:89. Monday evening Ur. Henry S. Tanner will lecture on tho important subject of the "Cause, Cure and Prevention of Crime, Disease, etc." Llucolii Circle. The members of the Lincoln Circle S T o. 1, ladles of tho G. A. R. who wera not present at the laat meeting are lereby notified t*iat the next regular meeting of the order will be held lo he G A. R. halll on Tuesday next, larch G, at 2:30 p. m. A full attend. nee is desired. MRS. S. A. DILLIK, Pres. The Amount Halnod. The gas territory committee com leted the $5,000 yesterday but will alse two or three hundred dollars orn thia week. Tho general com- Uteo will met in regular session 'uesday evenicg. The Mecend Trial. Yesterday in the Circuit Court by her attorney D H. Chase Mrs. Loretta Trotter died a complaint for divorce from John Trotter, alleging failure to provide and cruel treatment This Is Mrs. 'Procter's second inning in the divorce court. The first time her complaint waa not s'.roog enough to secure the desired divorce. If &t first you don't succeed, try, try again, is probably as fitting to tbo divorce bus- inoseasitistoany other walk In life. II Mrs. Trotter does not care to bo longer a trottor in double harness, ?bo should then trot in single. Uniubltni:. This afternoon ai ;i o'clock ID the R. R. Y. M. C. A. building J. B. Stanley will apeak on tho evil of gambling and this is ODO of the common evils of city life. All men are cordially invited to attend this meeting. GXbrred In. Kokomo Tlmefc: Officer Taylor brought Joseph Martin and Edward Starr in irons from Logansport. They are accused of robbing Nicholas Des- champ'a saloon at the junction Tuesday night of whisky and cigars. Martin had a revolver on his person. Handle Vactorr Wood for Hale. Handle factory wood delivered to any part of the city. Mail orders to Hillock & PlUma.ii, Handle Factory, on Toledo 3t., or P. J. Klmmer. YOCB NAME IS PRLVT. lieu* ofaPernonal Character Con- •ernlnc k.o*an»porter« and Tfcalr Friend! Mr. and Mre. Kdgar Young and son of Alexandria, Ind , arc visiting in city, the guests of Mrs. S. E. Young. Mr. and Mrs. Cbas. Chidesler of Hernice and Miss Llllle Green of Eng« lish Lake are visiting friends and relatives in the city. I'tv. Douglass I. Hobbs, rector ot the Trinity Episcopal church went to Marion yesterday where ho will occupy a pulpii today. Mr. John H. Manger e and daughters of Huntingdon are in the city having come Lore to atteid the funeral of Mrs. Davis. Working M«n'« Debate*. The laboring people held. a meeting last night at the Trades Assembly hall to discuss the labor situation. After remarks from several they ad- ourned to meet at the same place next Saturday evening, when they will cuBs the subject of the government owning the telegraph, telephone, mines, railroads, etc. They will form a permanent organization and discuss he situation as it now Is. Logaa Can Club. Tho-o will be a regular meeting of be Logan Gun Club at Dr. Thomas' iffice Monday. March 5th, at 7:SO p, m. Special business to ba transacted. order of the DIRECTORS. $75,OOO SLAUGHTERED MAMMOTH CLOSING OUT SALE: The New Fashion Store 'ill close their entire stok of Dry Goods during the next 30 Days. Sale now going on and will be continued until April 1st. This great stock is valued at $75,000, and consists .of all kinds of Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, Cloaks and Carpets, which will bo Closed regardless of cost TRTS 1 . JL ,1 .1 1 )- J 1 . J j JLJ we will ffuarf-.r/os^ that, die're was yjsve? saeh Given in the United States. EVERY THING SLAUGHTERED F^orn a Spool of Thread to the Finest Silks and Satins, and from cellar to garret All are invited and we guarantee that no • ' one will be slighted. ' ' ."-^3S __ THE NEW FASHION STORE. 807 Fourth Street, Logansport, Indiana.
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