If a corset is perfect in other respects and has the usual metal eyelets, the laces will break at the most annoying times; for the eyelets cut them. There is a better eyelet; n-a-ic of loops of corset lace; soli eyelet v.e call it. It costs no more, is neater, more such as a v.'ornan vvould make for ht-riel:". bt-sicles the convenience of not: -wearing out or cutii-ii' the iaces. The Ball and Kabo corsets arc cveleted with it. You can get these corsets and wear them two or three week.-; and, if you do not like them, return them. The makers pay the merchants to sell them so. cetciso anaEt Co., Cnleago and New Tort A lull of Humphrey's Homoeopathic Medicines at Pryor's Drug store. REAIi-ESTATE. ?or saio. It residence 1 * on Broadway. yt>- sale, ID residences on Spear street. For saie. oae S:one aiiJ two Frame residences •Q North str?<et. For s,i]e,; ta residences on Osage street- Forsite, resijeneei on Pratt and Ciiipp«swa streets. For sii?, residenws on High street. Far sale, a brick residence on Broadwaj- For sr.l" or trade residences on tae >"orta and *«tb side. To trade 4 p>x! f inns Tor dwelling pi jperty. To trade. 3 good farms for business blocks. To trade, » stoeS o! Dry Goods for a good farm. To trade, a =t,ock of BIT Hoods for town lots. To trfuie, a desiraole residence ta Franewrule r«r proper:? ia tie clt7 will pay tbe difference in Bltt* ~To trade, » No. 1 Steam Grist Mill with all the modem improvements. Tile Mill runs daj and U In EOO io atlon for a sood farm. Wanted lots in ail parts of the e!t? to sell. To rent elegant tnird BOOT apartments. For Particulars Enquire of M. M. GORDON, Pension and Real Estate .rgenfc. Room. Xo. 3, Elliott Block. Logansport, - Ind. decld-wl; Salesmen w o£ ED To sell onr goods by sample to wholesale and retail trade. We ara the largest mannlactnrers in oar line. Liberal salary paid. Permanent ppsi- aon. Money advanced for wages, advertising, e». For terms address CENTENNIAL MFG. CO., Daily Journal. Great rush on new dress goods, at the Trade Palace. Bring your Acme soap tickets to Andy Welch, the fancy grocer. See the new underwear at sueh low prices, now at the Trade Palace, Avail yourself of those splendid bargains that are being offered at Meinshausen's. See the many bargains in carpet*, curtains, shades and draperies, now at the Trade Palace. i Miss Stella Campbell formerly a i teacher in the city sehool.-=, is visit- ! iupr friends here. ! For rent, residence property. 312 i Twelfth street. Inquire of A. P. Jenks/318 Fifth street. apr2M3t '' Mr. Julins Wagner and Miss Gertie i Carle will be united in marriage Wednesday morning at S o'clock, at St. Joseph church. You should read the new "aclvertis- ment of Martin Frank, the clothier, who is daily making deduction? on his closing out sale. In the great rush at Ash &: Had- leys sale of furniture many of the nice articles were overlooked. Call quick and see them. Martin Frank states, had the rain not come down in torrents last Saturday, his sales would have been immense, 'cati.se his prices are tempting Hiss Bessie Dewey having returned from the East, -will receive music pupils at her residence. Eighth and Broadway. The G-erruar/ method taught. Mrs. C. E. Kregelo, and Miss Kate Kregelo of Indianapolis, and Mr. H. W. McCune of Kokomo. are in the city the guest? of Mr. and Mr?. B. F. Keesling. The people became at once convinced that Martin Frank's closing out sale is genuine; no nonsense goes with him, prices way down. Call and save dollars and cents. The fire department wish thus to thank Mr. John Beany for a box of fine cigars, presented to the department after the fire wliich so nearly destroyed his residence on Sunday. The Odd Fellows of Logansport desire to express their sincere thanks to the ladies and gentlemen who so kindly assisted them in their anniversary entertainment at. the rink on the 26th. Lincoln Circle No. 1, ladies of the G. A. R. will hold a social this (Tuesday) evening at the residence of Leonard Frink, corner of Fifteenth and High streets. Everybody invited. ''The Evangelists' Songs of Praise," a new gospel song book, and "Garland Their Graves." a book of Memorial songs for Memorial Day. by Rev. C V. Strickland, for sale at Giffe's book store. Ash & Hadlev's damage sale was quite well patronized and they will continue the sale. There are a number of nice sideboards, 'antique stands, bed room suits, chairs, etc. Call early as they must be sold. Mr. Thad Barnett, a former well- known citizen of Logansport, anc for many years time keeper at the Pan Handle shops here, bat for the last three years employed in a similar capacity at the Vandalia shops at Terre Haute, fell dead at his home in that place on Sunday evening. The remains will be brought t« this city for burial at 10:40 Wednesday! JLAST WITNESS EXAMINED. Chairman Owen Takes Hi* Immigration Committee Barte Xo-da.v. TUESDAY MORXES'G. APRIL. 29. Pears" Soap secures a beautifu complexion. now34dly House with gas for rent. 2vo. 355 Sycamore street. dec22dtf A good opportunity to buy furni ture very cheap, at Ash & Hadley's sale. , apr26d3t For rent, the unfurnished room at S!2 Market street. Icqnire of Mrs. A. Borges, North Side. aprlSdt Refrigerators, lawn mowers and gasoline scoves, are finding a ready *ale at the reduced prices, at Mein shaasen'g. A suiteble reward will be given for the return of a bolt of black ^ lace veiling taken from Mrs. Potter's millinery store, apr27d3t Cronp, whooping congh and bronchitis immediately relieved by , ShHoh's Cure. For sale by B. F. Keeeling. 5 Don't neglect that first eough! Syrup White Pine and Tar will Je Ueveit at once: 25 and 50 cents per bottle. For sale by B. F. Kees- Ung. jan35d-w4ua Wbat though the face be not so fair, And beauty may be all but flown. Dear ladies, you need not despair. M ROSOBOXT yon make your own; And brush your teeth and mouth with skill lou ]] fascinate and conquer still 20 ^ yon have numbness in arms or , heart skips beats, thumps or , or you are nervous and irrit- danger of shock—Dr. Killer's Ocean-Weed regulates, relieves, cures. For sale by B -. A Frand. Harriman. the alleged pedestrian who left Wabash three weeks ago to walk to San Francisco, is evidently a first class fraud. Frank MeKahn. of Wabash. who returned from the west early last week, declares that he saw Harriman purchase a, ticket at a railroad station in Missouri for a point siity miles further west and only a few miles east of a thriving city, into which he expected to walk triumphantly.—Marion Chronicle. Yes,this is the same Harriman who dropped in here last winter and claiming to be a great gymnast organized a "home entertainment." which ''held the boards" at the rink a couple of nights. Harriman at that time contracted a little bill for printing, -which, by the way, is still on the Journal's books with no credits. Tito Fairies Well. The Philadelphia Times says of the Fairie* Well which will be produced at Dolan's to-morrow evening that "The chief interest in the prodnction of 'The Fairies' Well' at 4he Arch Street Theatre was in the acting of Carroll Johnson In this role Mr. Johnson has not only made a distinct hit, but he shows himself to be an Irish comedian of nnnsnal promise. That he will become an actor of great prominence and popularity is not doubted by those who saw him in this play last night. He is well supported. The play was greeted by a large audience and gave great pleasaae." . afotiec, » All members of Wabash Lodge ffo. 1831, K, of H., are requested to meet at K. of H. hall Monday evening, April 38tb. Business of importance. €fEO. ATWOO'D, apr36dSt Reporter. New Vork Press: The members of the sub-committee on Immigration concluded their labors yesterday and will return to Washington either today or to-morow. The first witness, John Offerinan. manager of the C-rer- iian Emigrant Home, said that the uission sold steamship tickets and ooked after the moral welfare of :he immigrants. Landing Superin- :endent Simpson charged the board- ng house keepers arid missionaries with inducing immigrants to remain at their houses when tney should be on the way to their destination. W. H. Keough testified that a •ouple of years ago he was an in- peetor of paving, employed in the Department of Public Works. He tnew that contractors often sub-let their work to Italian padrones, who lired the cheapest kind of Italian abor and based their contract on wages paid to Italians. Fcr that reason any one employing Americans Bad no chance of getting the con tracts- All the Italians in the country are controlled by padrones in New York. President Ridge way told of plan of his own conception, by which the Governor of the State would appoint one .Emigration Commissioner and the Secretary of the Treasury the other. All immigrants going outside the limits of this State should be passed on by the United States official, and both commissioner? to report on those to remain in the State. Federal Superintendent Weber testified that the Barge Office could not hold more than fifteen hundred people, and was, therefore, inadequate to the needs of the bureau. Manv other witnesses were called, among whom were Rev. Mr. Simmons, Judge C. N. Taintor. Rev. C. B. Lilge and Father Ruelland. who corroborated the testimony given by other witnesses early in the investigation. / Republican Conventions. The Republicans of the city of Logansport are notified to meej on THURSDAY KVBSTXG MAT 1, At 7:30 o'clock, at the usual places of meeting in the various wards of the city, for the purpose of nominatiag one candidate for coucreilman in each of the five wards. Such meetings will be held at the following place*: First ward—West Side engine house. Second ward—Rink. Third ward—Rink. Fourth ward—Rink. Fifth ward—Fifteenth street engine house. At the same time and at such meetings five delegates shall be chosen to the city convention. The delegates so selscted are noti fied to meet in convention at the Council chamber on Thursday even- ine. May 3d. to nominate one candidate for Water Works trustee. By order of committee. A. R- SHROYKK, Ch'n. Clay Township. / Items scarce. Miss Ernuia Griffith, of Columbns. Ohio, is visiting with L. B. Custer again. The farmers of this township heid an institute at Shady Nook last Thursday night. J. A. Demoss is on the sick list His horses are at present in care o; Bruce Ide on Sixth street. Henry Nensbanm contemplate: oing to work on the pan Handle a: brakeman. Luck to vou Henry on your trips. Benjamin Tilly, who was defeated at the late elected by C. M. Custer i: earnestly working for the eensu taking. ^ BILLY BAXTBR. Kntlrely Helpless to Health. The above statement made by Mrs. S. H. Ford, wife of Gen. Ford, can be vouched for'by nearly the entire population of Cornnna, Mich., her home for years. She was for two years terrible sufferer from rheumatism being confined to her bed most of thi time, her feet and limbs being so bad ly swolen she could scarely move She was induced ro try a bottle o Hibbard's Rheumatic Syrup, helped her and two additional bol ties entirely eared her. To-day sh is a well -women. First ask vour druggist should h> not keep it we will send on receipt o price, $ 1.00 per bottle or six for $5.(K RHEUMATIC SYRTJP Co., Jackson, Mich For sale hy B. P. Keesling. jan23deod&wly "The Southwestern Limited" Tit the C., C., C. & St. L. Ry. (Big Fou Route) from St. Louis, Indianapoli and Cincinnati to New York an Boston is the finest train in America, and provides the best and qoickes service ever offered between--th East and West, landing passenger in the heart of New York City with out ferry transfer. -'The South western. limited" is a solid vestibule train, heated by steam, lighted b gas and provided with an elegan dining car svrrice. Twelve Stile Xews. Aaron Plank has a new hand. Benson Evans will go to Nebraska soon. i Aaron Hoover ditched some for J. ! B. H. j "Measles" are a cotnuionf complaint. Major Black lias had a siege of la grippe. Mr. Fetrow ba:? his house near completion. Dim Fetrow will move in hi^ new house soon. Lew Hill will farm the Prairie bis s-eason. John Fancher has been ditching or Mr. Will Egman. "Boosh, didn't that hog scare me." Words of Sam Felora. Our will-be-Trustee will run his arm alone this summer. M. E. Barnhart returned to Lo- ansport to the law office. Miss Delia Hill is engaged at teach- ng school at Wintergreen S. H. J. M. Barr and John Wetmeyer, arpenters. will erect Egman's bouse oon. G. M. Conrad will make a fortune his summer without going to ansas. J. M, Barr contemplates going to Colorado this fall on a visit to his rothers. Leroy Klice has some notion of going into the mercantile business at Hoover, Ind. Luck to you Roy. Our supervisor is making ar. anging for good roads in his dis- rict. He hts some notion of order- ag a road sprinkler. The second brotherhood's ball club are practicing every odd spell of irne. They will be able to down the Jnion *tars before long. J"lCK-MK-ri'. Anoka, Fanuers are very busy now plcw- g- Oats is all sown and is beginning to come up. Most of the wheat is looking well n this vicinity. Farmers complain of the ground plowing so hard, too many big rains. Mr. J. W. Puterbaugh. our enterprising merchant, has his new store room dene and has moved into it. Rev. Mr. Butler will preach at Seven Mile church neit Sabbath morning at 10:30 o'clock. All are invited to come. Mr. W. A. Tucker, who has been running the telegraph office at Kouts. Ind., on the Pan Handle. bas been sent to Pikeville, Ohio. The farmers living around here who have cattle out that go down the river as far as the dam, have been ordered to pnt them up forth with. The efforts of the editor of the Journal in furnishing the latest telegraphic news in Semi-Weekly is highly appreciated by the Journal readers. Mr. L. L. Jack and family, of your city, Mrs. Viola Hurd, of Richmond; Mr. Frank Jack and lady and Mr. and Mrs. W. H. H. Tucker dined with Mr.=. M. G. Jack last Sunday. Mr. John Novinger, our newly elected assessor, is on his rounds finding out what the township is worth in taxable property. Harry Jones, the ^former assessor having resigned. HAWK EYB. «'nrveten Kotes. Oat sowing about over. Sabbath school well attended. Wheat looks tolerable well considering circumstances. There will be a festival at Georgetown next Saturday night. The Pan Handle railway is building another biidge west of Curve- ton. Wilson Searight delivery agent for nursery stock from Brown Bros., was around last week delivering trees. Lewis and Harry Searight are improving the lake around Cnrreton with some wild cat fence. John H. Farbntton ia doing an extensive business in the line of barrel heading that goes to Kokomo. Mrs. A. Miller and son have returned home from Pern where they were attending the wedding of her brother, Schuyler Colfax Miller. The yonng folks will have an en- t«rta:nm Bt at Pleasant Valley school house for the benefit of the Sabbath school neit Thursday even ing. Come every one. SCAT. Festival TSottct. There will be a festival at the North Side Union Sunday Schoo H&U, Wednesday evening, April 30 the proceeds to be used for filing nf the halt There will be a beau.iful qnilt disjtosed of. AH are invited to be present. »pr29d2t *iOST PERFECT MADE. NEW YORK'S GREAT CHEMIST. This is to certify that I have analyzed Dr. Price's Cream Bakvig Powder. I find it composed of pure materials, compounded on correct scientific principles. The ingredients are accurate ly and scientifically proportioned. Hence, bread or his- cuits prepared with it are better suited for digestion R. OGDENDOREMUS, M. D., LL, D. Prof. Chemistry and ToxJeolc;^ in the Neve York Be!l»nie Hospital Uedlcil Coltec-. I'roi. Chemistry and Ptjrslcs In the C<?r.K.T> of tbc Citr of New York. S Pont spoil your Feet with CHEAP SHOES'/ WEAR THE THE BURT & PACKARD "Korrect Shape." Don't aJUpw YOUB dealer to palm off any substitute for the "Korrect Shape," as we have arranged to supply anToneia tie United States who cannot get these goods of OCB agents, charges, thus trin^ing them to your door without extra cost. The Burk * Pactard "Korrect Shape" S^oes are made in four grades, viz.. Hand-made. Burtwell and Machine Sewed, which is stamped on the sole in addition to our trade-marfe alxne Oar agents shoold carry all grades in Congress. Button and Ba! for GeaJ'f. Boys and Toutts. PACKARD & FIELD (Successors toBurk It Packard). BPOektOD, MaSS. OTTO A.KRAUS, Of Course, oar -*frent £ LOGANSPORT E.-' LAW. of Pittston. Pa.. l:aj ; a peculiar bronze implement ttat was ! band near the scene of the famous "WVoming Valley massacre. l>elov,~ undisturbed alluvial soil. It is ten inches [ong and ttro inches in diameter, resembling an ordinary rolling j-in. In each end are the rastic remain's of an iron or steel spike. Through the bodj- of the implement is an eye tiro inches , long for th« attachment of a handle. ; It is identical with the bronzes in the British Mnse.nm, and will he given to j tie Smith-onion Icstitntion. j TARIFF LITERATURE FOR ALL. crrrlAAcan IE publishing a most valuable terra of TfcrBT documents. These are prepared with a view to state the facts and arguments for Protection, whether in toe interest of farmers, laborers, merchants or professional men. Each issue of the series appeals to those engaged in separate industries,and preeenturn- disputable facts—comparisons of wage&,ooBt of living, and other arguments chawing OK benefits of Protection. Any single one will be sent on receipt of 2 cents in stamps except " Wages, Living and Tariff." which will be sent for I cents. Tbe whole list will be sent for 3D cents or any twelve for SO cents, or any fire for» cents, postage paid. Order by number. Scratched 28 Years Body corered -with scales. Itcbinsr terrible. Suffering endleis. 5fo relief. Doctors and medicines fa.il. Speedily cured by Caticura at a cost of $5. Cured by Cutieura If I had taown of the Catiorra Remedies twen- tr-elghr years aco it would hare saved me $;Xn.UU (two hundred dollars) and an Immense amount ofsoflermg. Mj disease (psoriasis* commenced on my head in a spot not larger than a cem. It spread rapidly all over my body and got under my nails. The scales would drop off of me all the time, and 017 suflertng was endless and without relief. One thousand dollars would not tempt me to hate this disease over again. I am a poor man. bat feel rich to be relieved of what some of the doctors said was leprosy, some ringworm, psoriasis, etc. 1 took and -SarsapariUas over one year and a half, bat no care. 1 went to two or three doctors, and no cure. I cannot praise the OuUcura Remedies too much. They have made my skin as clear and free from scales ss a bahy* 1 ^ All I used of them were three boxes of Cutlcura. and three bottles of CaUcura Resolvent, and two cakes of Catkora Soap. If you had been here and said you would have cured me for fSW.OO, you would have had tno money. I looked like the ptoture In TOBT book of psoriasis (picture number two. "How to Cure SKln Diseases"), but now I am as clear as any person ever was. Through force of hiblt 1 rnb my bands over mi arms and lees to scratch once in a while, but to no purpose. I am all well I scratchsd twen ty-efght years, and it got to be a hind of second nat re to me. I thank you a thousand tunes. DENNIS DOWNING, Watertary. TL Cutieura Resolvent Tbe n°w Blood and SUB Purifier and purest and best of Humor Remedies. Internally, and cutlcoia, thegreat skin Cure, and Cutlcara Soan an erooMte SWn BeauttSer eitemal p. Epeedfly and permanently cure every sped?-* of Itching, burning, scaly, craste-1. pimply, scrofulous, and hereditary diseases and humors of t'jesWn. fc-dp. and blood, with fossol hair, from pimples to scrofula. Sold everywhere. Price, CatJcora, We.: Soap, 25c.; Resolrent.fi. Prepared by the Potter Drug and Chemical Corporation, Boston. jar-Seed for "How to Care SWn Disease*." M pages. SO Illustrations, and 100 testimonials. DI \ I PLES. blacs-beads. red. rouiB, cliapped, r I i«1 and_ oilj sMn prevented by Coticun Medicated Soap. Free from Rheumatism. ID one minute the Caticura Ar.a- Paln Plaster relieves rbeumaCc, ixJatic,hlp.KldneT,chest, and mns- ca'jir pains and weakneoec. Tke OnTaud only pMn^alUos plaster. 1—" Wages, LiTiag and Tariff." E. A. Russ- HOEt 1O4 2—"The Ad vantages of H Proceerrre Tariff to the labor and Industries of the United States." First Prize Essay. US7. Cuw- poao D. HESXTSG. S2 3—" Home Production Indispensable to a Sqp- ply, at Low Prices, of trie Xanafectored Commodities required for cbe People cC tee United States, find Adequate Home Production of Oxse commodities Impossible wM»nt sProtartiTe Tariff." first Prize Essay, Ii83. C. D-TODD... 32 4—" What ara Raw Jlaterlsls 7 WouM Free Baw Materials be Ad^sjirsjeoBS to tee Labor acd Industrie of tike TJnll£d statcsP First Prize Essay, ISsO. HOHEaB. Draxu. SX 5-"F£llKles of Free-Trade." E. P. Mmja^- at G—"Some Views on tfee Tariff by an Old BG&- nessSsAn." GBO. DlLAfE^................ S3 7—" Tfca Protective Tarfcl: Irs AdTant&ge« toe tin; Soutll.™ C. I.- *"-D^TASDS........ . T* S—" Tfce Wool Interest." Jodge Wat. LAWRE^CS 14 3—" Protection cs. Free-Trade.'"—A Historical Review. D. «J. BISETXAS 30 10— * The Former and the Tariff'" OcL Taoaus H. DCDLST Jfl 11— " Protection as a PabUc Policy." GEOBSES. 12— "Beply to tlse'presMent*s Froe-1 rad« Hes- sase." E. P. POETEB- S IS— "_rt orfelaigmen and tie T&rtfl." * ' tries be Abandoned K&d Ac;£rtear. Siar- fcets Surrendered? * 13—^Samt la German, *riih Ajclaliioa .. * 18—~Tiie Progress at One unadred VearlL" PJ>S^XT P POET*E S 17—"Protectionfor AmericanShipninc.•*.....- S IS— "Tfc'.TariS Xota Tax." HoxofB IttBEU— s- 13—•* Why IrUfcniva slioolti 1 c Protectionists. ~ # 23—-Protection." F_ H. AmCDOws t_ ^1—••vrhas.is a Tariff? "Answers to a Wortias- <?• man's Question. SO-" •nieimiricaa Wool Industry." K.H.AM- £S— - "iViics aVj Cost of llTini.""' J." IX wi. ei— ".Siuthera Farrjlnz Industries." ............ 2.S— " A M»orr Ts^k ;o VTorkingmen." ........... ZC-" ^-r-n^ction and tixe Kermer." Senators. K_ - T, woekiy. devoted to the of nil 1-r-a-tsof c-eTsrla qaesUon. *S . T r:^ Lt--.'.:- . I : ' . f* AaiericaaPtn- L -a ..Sew Tork- Walter Buhl & Co., JIA-VI'FACTCBEKS OF SFiUIRIS We are the targwt bapor- teraof SEAL SKINS la UM countTT, a specialty of Seal Jackets. SACQUES & NEWMARKETS, Etc.. Etc. 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