Special Prices on Silks For a. few days we will give extra low prices on all PRINTED CHINA and INDIA •SXKS. Extra values in SHANGHAI. HABUITAI and KIOKI WASH SILKS for waists. DBESS SILKS in GROSGRAINS, BENGALINKS, SATIN- SUKRAHS and a beautiful line of •CJaisrEs in evening shades. Come and look through the stock. SGHM1TT & HEFFLEY OUR BARGAINS FOR THIS WEEK. '"Women's fine Dongola Pat. Tip Oxfords 75c. " French Dg. fc'quare Toe, very fine, $1.50. " fine Graced Kid Tan Oxfords, extra value $1.50. " Prince Alberts, all sizes, $1.50. "Misses'fine Dong. Pat. Tip. spy heels, fl.OO. .Men's fine Satin cf., all styles, $1.25. The above goods are excellent value. If you are not satisfied with them after you have taken tnem home .you can always have your money refunded. We do business on the square. PILLING & WHITE, 412 Broadway. DAILY JOURNAL FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 27. PITS. Pirs. J AM HEADQUARTERS FOR ill Kinds of Paints If you are going to use any Paints COME AND MB. I keep the largest and best stock of Paints Painter's Supplies in Indiana, I mike a specialty <of this line of goods and am ia a shape to sell you anything in the line for less money than^ it is possible for «ty competitors to do. WILL SAVE YOU MONEY. I! No Matter How Large or Small a Quantity Paints You Want Come and See Me B. F. KEESLING, Fourth St. LOGANSPORT, IND. Gold fllllnga fl, at Clark's, the Dentist. Spring- wraps regardless of cost, at the Trade Palace. Get your negligee shirts of Patterson, the Haberdasher. First-class corn at retail at 50 contb a busholl at Ubl'a mill. See our hummer shirt waist for 49 cents.—Trade Palaoo. Best walking shoes.—See Walker & Ranch's advertisement, Two children of Alexander Hanly are very elck with malarial fever. See the beautiful line of parasols and umbrellas, all shades, at the Trade Palace. We are showing a groat variety o! underwear and shirts, at Patterson's DOW hat store. The Foster gloves advertised by Dew.enter, the Hatter, for 89 cents, are raen's gloves, / Early cabbage plants now ready to planting.—J. H, MoMlllen, Bates street, West Side. Summer underwear in all styles at John Gray's. We can suit you both in style and price. The most approved styles of hats and men's furnishing: goods, at Patterson's oew hat store. To-day is the date of the great FOB- ter glove sale at Dawenter'«, the Hatter, only 89 cents We oan fit everybody and every pooketbook with our underwear, at Patterson's, the Haberdasher. Don't yom need some lighter weights in underwear? Patterson is the man to talk to for facts in underwear. Hood's Sarsaparill* Is absolutely unequalled as a blood purifier and strengthening medicine. It is the ideal spring medicine. Try It. If at any time or oooaaion you may want a dress kid glove it will pay you well to go to Dawonter, the Hatter, today, as you can get Footer gloves «t 89 cents. The Journal force was pleasantly regaled with delicious draughts of Busjahn's unexcelled ice cream soda last night, which was highly appreciated. The ladies of the Christian Church | THE ODD FELLOWS CELEBRATE. The Seventy. Firth Aunlvcr.ary of tbe Founding of Odd Felltnvihlp Appropriately Celebrated Here The Odd Fellows of Logansport celebrated in a fitting and very pleasant manner the diamond anniversary of the founding of Odd Fellowship yetterday. The first feature of the day's celebration was a public parade yesterday afternoon participated in by the Canton and subordinate lodges of the city. The members turned out in strong array and tho parade attracted much attention alone the lino of march. In the evening the public exorcises Incident to the aolebration were conducted at the rink which was well filled by an interested audience. The meeting was presided over by Judge Dudley H. Chase. Following the singing of tho opening ode by the members, Mr. H, J, McSbeehy read tbe formal proclamation calling upon lodges to celebrate this notable anniversary after which the address of tho evening was. made by Rev. T. S. Guthrie, pastor of the Univorsallst church. This address was interesting and instructive and was listened to with tho closest attention by the large audience. Following this addrets there was rendered a pleasing' program of musical and literary numbers which proved very entertaining. This program included songs by a quintette composed of Misses Alford, Bunker and Kuhns and Messrs. Schleiper and Foust; a reclta tion by Miss Kuan; a song by the MlesoB McKoo; a recitation by Master Walter Foskett; a song by Mr. J. C. Bridge; a recitation by Miss Sadie Congdon; a recitation by MiesKoontz; a song by Mrs. L. Gripe; recitations by Miss Netheroutt and Miss Lizzie Frye. Tbe exercises were closed by a benediction by Rev. W. R. Wones. THE PROGRESS. Elegant Spring Suits, For Men and Boys. You are Invited to call and Bee our line, whether you wish to buy or not. We are the largest buyers In our liie In Logansport. When It comes to prices we have no oppesitlon 10 the city ONE PRICE TO ALL. A. C. BRYCE. Ite rfogr Cor. Market and 4th Sts., Logansport. DR. NOTT RUPTURE CURE CO, INDIANAPOLIS. BRANCH OFFICE LOGANSPORT, INU, ST. ELMO BUILDING PERRY WALTMAN, M. D., Medical Director. Rupture permanently cured or no pay. Examination Free. "There may be others who advertise the cure of Rupture without accomplishing what they claim, but whatever tbe Dr. Mott Rupture Cure Company assert can be relied upon."—American Tribune, March 23, 1893, will serve supper at the borne of Mrs. William Douglass, 716 North street, Friday evening, April 27. Supper Id cents. THE ADVANCE OF MEDICAL AND SURGICAL KNOWLEDGE. I The eminent Dr. Nloolli Sena said recently that there had (V< fcoen more real progrees made during the last.ton yeara in medi- IV cina and surgery than In any other branch of human knowledge. VK Ta ' a is particularly shown by toe great use that ie now made of j3 BLSCTRICITy ia tna oure °' disease. By it the treatment of 5] <ii«ieaaos peculiar to women has been revolutionized. It is now em- (u ployed by all specialist* in these aliments and gives results that jg *re not equalled by any other methoa known. It is our main re- Jg llanco in many other diseases such as Nasal Catarrh, Rheumatism, -jj Neuralgia and as a nerve tonic it ia unequalled. But the apparatus Li expensive-and much stdll is required in its use. Thoae oan only b« acquired by the well equipped specialist, but It is one of ths means by which he makes his work so certain, positive and satisfactory. We avoid the useless and often Injurious drugging of the syttem. The LOGANSPORT MEDICAL & SURGICAL INSTITUTE It the onlv place nearer than the large cities where these advantages can be obtained. You are invited to call and investigate. CoiultatUm (roe. DRS. CHRISTOPHER & LONGENECKER, 417 MARKKT ST. The Weather Today—Clear-. and warmer. "Bon Voraee." Wednesday evening last was the occasion of a most enjoyable surprise party to Miss Clara Johnston of Dalbeattle, Scotland, who has been visiting her brother, one of our most enterprising and substantial citizens, J. D. Johnston of hotel note. Miss Johnston will return to her Scottish home in a few days bearing with her many kind and pleasant recollections of her visit to America with none more impressive than the above occasion. There were present; Ray. and Mra. Hugh J. Norris, Carrie Z. Moore, Dora E. Moore, Florence J. Pierce, Alice Elkelburnor, Dr. aid Mrs. W. H. Christopher, Effa Goff, Harriet B. Keiser, Mrs. A. M, Tingling. Cora Alford, Miss Ida McElheny, Will Gaekins, W. H. Whitmore, Florence Flanagan, E M. Cook, Will A. Gram's, Nellie DeMoss, C. F. Moore, Mrs. Blanch Skinner, Mrs. Sue F. Richardson, Marie Cushman, W. S. Richardson, Mrs. Rebecca Covault, Jennlo L. Keiser, Mrs, J. S, Craig, M. A. Ford, Miss Lizzie Patrick, Mrs. J. D. Ferguson, Dr. and Mrs. D. L. Overholsor, Mrs. A. P. Jenks, E. B. Youngling, S. B. Richardson, Mr, and Mrs. T. S. Kerns. Mrs. Tillie Hubler, Cal E. Haney, Dr. and Mrs. H, C. Cushman, Mollie Clary, Harry Cars- topher, Mrs. W. T. Gi«a, Mrs. D. W. Tomllnson. ONTO JUST NOW OUR SPRING WEIGHT UNDERWEAR IS A VERY INTERESTING THING TO SPEAK ABOUT. COTTON, BALBRIGGAN AND LISLE UNDERWEAR IN GREATEST VARIETY. ALL SIZES, ALL STYLES, ALL QUALITIES. SHIBT MAKEB, ZUTTKB AMD FCBNISBEB. I>or«ey Coat mnrrled. Elwood Call: Dorsoy E. Coate is a married man. We suspected Doraey'a intentions and called the turn on him a couple of day a since. Dcrsey was at Anderson yesterday, and while there took out a permit to wed Miss Lulu Thornton, of this city. The directory says that Miss Thornton resides at 405 North 12th street, and wo presume that the wedding occurred there last eventne, although no particulars could be learned regarding it. The ceremony was performed about 7:30 and Mr. and Mrs. Coato left on the 9:45 p m. Pan Handle passenger train tor their future home at Kokomo, where the groom is employed at the plate glass factory as a bookkeeper at a good salary. Dorsey resided here for several months and won many friends during his stay among us. Mr. and Mrs. Coate will make their home with the groom's mother. Long life and joy to them. Convention Ecb»e». The Republican State convention adjourned at 3:30 yesterday morning, after seventeen hours continuous session. The nominations made after the Journal went to press yesterday morning wore: W. S. Blatchley o Terre Haute, for State Geologist; J. H. Jordan, of Martlnavllle, for Judge of the Supreme Court, 1st district; L. J. Monks, of Winchester, for Judge of tho Supreme Court for the 4th district. The types yesterday named George Webster as one of the Casa county hustlers at Indianapolis. George Walters was intended and he was earnest and diligent. The remainder of the Caw county delegation returned yesterday and received congratulations on getting first plaoa for Cast county. BATTLE! The Memorial War Book We can be with them in spirit and feeling and help fight the bat(le3 of Union and Freedom. The Memorial War Book IS A STORY OF THE GREAT BATTLES OF THE CIVIL WAR Otf LAND AND SEA. COMPILED HISTORICAL RECORDS, NARRiFIVES OF MEN WHO FOUGHT AND FROM PERSONAL OB* SERVATION, BT MAJ. GEORGE F. WILLIAMS AND IS ILLUSTRATED BY NEARLY 2 r\r\ A MAGNIFICENT ,UUU ILLUSTRATIONS MAPS, PLANS, DIAGRAMS, ETC. It will be completed in about thirty weekly parts, «ach part consUtln* of 24 quarto pages and containing from 40 to 60 illustrations, printed on th« flnwt coated paper and no expense will bo spared to make It the most sump-, tuoui and valuable work on the war of the Rebellion. » The Journal has secured the exclusive distribution of this splendid war book In thli otty and now offer* It *o Journal readers for .three ooupow ud \ 10 onto for each part. .
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