There's a corset that isn't a corset, a waist with straps for the shoulders and rows of buttons to button on skirts and stockingsupporters and so forth—the Ball Waist —and that's about the whole of it. No; you can put h in the \vashtub-no metal in it or on it. . It is worth your seeing, if for nothing but how to sew on buttons-to button easy and never come off, and how to make buttonholes wear forever. Women differ in their ways of thinking and dressing as well as fa other ways. This waist is for women whose minds are made up that they \vor.'t wear corsets. There's much to be said 0:1 both sides; but did you ever ; iear of a woman who h.'dr.'i: made up her mind in ^•Lr way? and is there any o.-sible'use in trying to get I-*,-? to change'it? She will and she will; or she won't ;u:cl she won't. You can get the Ball XVaisi: and wear it a week or two or three; and, if you don't want it, take it back to the store and get your money. Caioioo Ctrasw Co., Cfcicaso ana New Tori. Ml line of Humphrey's Homoeopathic Medicines at Pryor's Drug 1 store. \ \ REAL ESTATE. foe sate, 13 residences on Broadway. For sale, 12 residences on Spear Street. a For sale, 8 residences on North Street for sale, 3 residences oti High Street. For sale, 3 residences on Market Street. For sale, residences on 8, 9 and 11 Streets. For sale, residences on Osage, Chlppewa and Miami Streoets. To trade 6 good farms for city residences. To trade, farms for business blocks. To trade, two stocks of Dry Goods for farms. To trade, dsy residence In Kokomo foragrocery store. To trade, stock farm of 2,580 acres. To trade, city residences and farms for Chicago residences. For Particulars Enquire of Pension and Real Estate ^gent. Room No. 3, Elliott Block. Logansport, - Ind. decld-wly Daily Journal. FRIDAY MORNING. MAY. 16. Pears' Soap secures a beautifu Complexion. now24dly House with gas for rent. No. 355 Sycamore street. dee22dtf The best picture framing in the city at B. M. MeMillen's, 307 Market " tr eet. may!4d4t Don't neglect that first cough! Syrup White Pine and Tar will je lieveit at once; 25 and 50 cents per tottle. For sale by B. F. Kees- lln S- Jan25d-w4m The Journal was in error yesterday morning in stating Street Commissioner Heber's salary in the report of the council proceedings, instead of $55 it should hare been *w, the street commissioner receiv- la !J a "raise" of $5 per month. The German Baptists of the United States will this year hold their annual meetings at North ifanches- last ' and y arrensbur e, Mo., the . • week in May. Excursion jates via the Pennsylvania lines. »» notice elsewhere i u this pa- Lowest prices on wraps now, at the Trade Palace. All wool pants nobby spring for men. See Ot.to'g display. Prio See the most complete line of ohal- lies and lowest prices, at the Trade Palace. The frame work oE A. W. Stevens' elegant ne\y house is being rapidly erected. See the fancy satines, also a fine line o'f black and white, at the Trade Palace. Mr. J. A. McCtillough is putting a concrete pavement around his premises. The lowest prices ever heard of on dress goods and silks of nil kinds, at the Trade Palace. The case of John Whipperman vs. John Dunn, rehearing refused in the supreme court. Many persons feel that a good ball club is needed here and are ready to assure such a club success. Jesse Taber has followed the other fishermen to Maxinkuckee and will spend the day waiting for a bite. The dandy base ball outfit given away with boys' suits at Otto's. No toy bat or ball, but good enough for the league. Jack Burrows is studying German,/ and was very much interested in the observance of Ascension day yesterday by the Lutherans. Otto Kraus says if the clerk is careless and fails to punch the ainounnt of your purchase from your ticket, please to remind him, he will consider it a favor. Great rush for carpets, shades, lace curtains, polss and chenile curtains Low prices does it, at the Trade Palace carpet rooms. See the low prices on straw mattings. The Vandalia line will sell round trip tickets Logansport to Peftle Springs, Mo., On May 19th to 27th, inclusive. Good to retxirn unti June 26th, at rate of $14.05. may!6d6twlt The nightly performance of the Standard Theatre company at'Dol- an's this week attracts large crowds, a fact attesting the general excellence of the company. The childrens' velocipedes and trycicles are having a great sale and the sidewalks are becoming altogether too much occupied by the same for the comfort of nervous pedestrians. Lovers of the national game will be pleased to know that a club has been organized here, with good financial backing and sure prospects. A c!ub has been signed which will give a great game. "Whatever we advertise to give away is in addition.to our big dictionary or cyclopaedia. Some of Otto Kraus' costumers have been presented with both. Don't forget your ticket in making purchases. The improvements in the Henderson property, corner of Sixth and Market, will make it a neat and attractive piece of property. If the city would adopt one of the grades and abolish the rest between Market and Broadway on Sixth, it would aid appearances. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford were in the the city vesterday, on their way to Grand Forks, Dakota, their home. Mrs. Clifford was formerly Miss Parsons, of Peru, Indiana, a popular and beautiful young lady of that city. The happy couple were united in marriage Wednesday evening. Allen Nelson, the eight-yeav-old son of Judge John C. Nelson, was thrown from his pony at the corner of Market and Twelfth streets yesterday, and quite badly hurt. He received several severe bruises, but fortunately no bones were broken, and Master Allen will soon recover from his hard fall. Mr. Nicholas Smith has received from a friend in Nashville, Tenn., a piece of tin roof from the Hermitage the home of General Andrew Jackson. The roof was placed on the house in 1839, and has just been removed. It is in splendid condition, and apparently is not the least injured by its fifty-one year's of exposure to the weather. Columbia City Commercial: The only attorney now living who was a practicing lawyer before the first court held in Whitley county—1839— will be in attendance at thp dedication of the court house on June 5th. Mr. Wright has always resided in Logangport, his present home. This particular term of court was held at the coantry home of Jos. Parrett, in Cleveland township. John W. Wright, brother of the subject of this sketch, was at that time prosecuting attorney and was afterwards judge. Williamson Wright is quite an old gentleman and his presence at the dedication will recall early legal transactions to the minds of a number of our citizens. It is more than likely that Mr. Wright will repeat some unwritten history from which the younger generation will receive much knowledge of the pioneer's life. Will You Guess? THE JOURNAL will give a Prize of Ten Dollars In Gold to the person whoso guess comes nearest and a Prize o! Klro Dollars In Gold to the person giving the next nearest guess to the figures ol the Census Enumerators, who begin their work In Loiransport on or about Juno L, 1890. To Insure Four name and guess being corretly recorded, cut off the coupon which appears below; nil In your name, your address and your estimate of Logansport's populations In the proper places. Then cut out the coupon and forward It to the "JOURNAL", Census Bureau Logansport, Indiana, No guess received later than June 30th. and no guess recorded which Is not made and ailed In on coupon cut from THE JOURNAL. In cas« of a tie, the parties shall divide the prizes. GUESSINGOPENTOTHEWORLD. COUPON GUESS. Tlie Journal Census Bureau First Prize '$1O In Gold. Second Prize $B in Gold- Guess uow Many.Pt>ople there arc* In Logansport. POPULATION ............................................ NAME ...................................................... ADDRESS ..................................................... .......... No Guess Registered Unless on this C'oupon. Anokn Clippings. Mr. Lem Brown is very ill. Mr. Al Tucker visited his parents last Thursday. a Miss Belle Humphreys has returned from Kokoino. Mr. Dan Humphreys is talking of moving lo Logansport. Mrs. Merriam has not yet returned from her visit in New York. Miss Est» Brockman is visiting her uncle, Mr. Ed Shafer, this week. Misses Belle and Rosa Humphreys visited friends in Logansport this •week. Sabbath school will be organized here next Sunday. All are invited to attend. Mr. Joe Penny and Miss Minnie Helvie visited our town Sunday afternoon. Miss Lilly Halm and brother spent Sunday in Kokoino with their sister, Mrs. Lizzie Wilson. SCHOONBR. at Murphy's Instance. Indianapolis News: The dismissal by District Attorney Chambers of indictment against "Buck" Stanley, of Logansport, for violating the Federal Election Law, was brought about by Francis Murphy, the temperance apostle. The people who knew Stanley knew him to be dissipated, though he was a fine detective and public officer. He attended one of Murphy's meetings and donned the blue ribbon. Not only did he stop drinking, but he gave himself up to the work, and Mr. Murphy; in a pathetic letter to the Fedral authoriti«s,told of the good work that Stanley is doing and the reformation that has taken place. Several Logansport clergymen also came to to this city in his behalf. As Stanley's offense was not aggravated and he acted under instructions of others the authorities decided to give him a chance, and the nolle was entered, EXCURSIONS VIA PA. LINES To the Annual Meetings of the Merman .Baptists near Warrcns- bnrc, Mo., and at XortU Manchester. Ind. The annual meeting of the German Baptists or Dunkards will be held the last week im May, at Pertle Springs, Mo., and at North Manchester, Ind. Excursion tickets via the Pennsylvania lines will be sold to either of the meeting places atone fare for round trip. Tickets to Pertle Springs meeting will be sold May 19th to 87th, good returning until June 28, 1890, inclusive. To North Manchester the low rates will be in effect from May 30th to 85tb, good returning 1 until June 25th, 1890, inclusive. nmyl6d3tsw8t Peru Republican: A day or so ago a stranger; purporting: to toe an agent, hired a horse and buggy at Bearsi Bros.' livery stable, saying ,he wanted it to deliver goods in the country. He didn't return in the proper time and the proprietors of the stable telephoned a description of their outat to Logansport. The livery man had just come across the "agent" and has bought his horse and vehicle for f40. He informed Mr. Bearss of the transaction and he went to Logansport and secured his property. The • Logansport man mourns the loss of $40. and the 'ageat" has vanished. Xotlce to Trainmen. The order of O. R. C., B. R. T., B. L. F., are invited to assist Division No. 20, B. of L. E., in the funeral obsequies of L. H. Congdon, Sunday, May 18th, atSo'clock p. m.,B. of L. E. will meet at their lodge at 1 o'clock p. m. sharp. Funeral at . Market Street M. B, Church at S o'clock p. m. D. W. JQWFB, Chm'n. [Pharos pleas«f copy.] THE COUNT V SCHOOLS. SuccBSNful— A Tabulated Statement Showing; the Enrollment, Etc. Editor Journal: Thetrustees of the various townships report the term of school just closed as being an unus. ually successful one. While there •till are, and probably always will be, some very inefficient and indifferent teachers, we believe their number is gradually diminishing, and that the majority are progressive, realizing the necessity of keeping up with the times. A large per cent, of the teachers of Cass county are now in attendance at professional schools, or have, at some time, taken a course of training at such a school. This, if continued, can not but have a marked effect upon the schools, and will in time lessen the number of complaints against the public schools. A careful selection of teachers, with a close supervision by trustees and other school officials, has much to do with the success of the schools. The enumeration just taken shows an increase of children of school age in this county of less than 1£ per cent, over 1889, 'the number being 10,273 last year and 10,416 in 1890. The city enumerates 4,931 and the townships 5,485. Below is given a tabulated statement of the enrollment and attendance, with per cent, of same, in the different townships, as gathered from my visiting record: TOWNSHIPS. Clay Clinton Deer Creek Eel Miami Noble Tlpton Walton Enmne r :i t lo 1889. «)S 395 "il? '•M ?9fi FiW 1S4 S 1 )! fi^l Vf\ W im 5H1 "if*! 29" Enrollment. "11 283 179 160 W W 38 Ti •t-ifi 281 W 135 W ffi 166 Per Cent, o Enrollment. T? 77 74 Pi fiS fi4 98 7R 77 ff 1 fit 7(1 fil •n 52 Attendance. Ifri 295 ?lfl 117 IS-t W 'fl 9°if| Wl 217 Ififl 109 S?f> V*< 141 •< Si 11 1 ff> IP fi7 wi 4fi 55 11 61 Rn •is ff> "ft fifi 1C, 7 Average per cent, of enrollment lor the county 53.5 ATeraga per cent, of attendance for the county 03.5 Per cent' of enrollment In Logansport 44. .0 Per cent, of attendance In Logansport 41.0 The per cent, of attendance is based on whole number enumerated. H. A. SEARIQHT. County J3upt. A "Tale of Woe." "I can't see what, makes poor kilty cry so." Hie Unreserved Kale of Mother of Pearl Pictures. Yourself and lady are invited to attend the big-unreserved sale of Mother Pearl pictures commencing this evening at 404 Broadway, next door to the popular book store of Mrs, John Marshall. Will be pleased to have you come and examine the goods whether you pur- chse or not. Seats reserved for ladies. Col. J. A. CAIN, auctioneer. mayl3d6t A Gnrc for Constipation and Hick Headache. Dr. Silas Lane, while, In the Bocky Mountains, discovered a root that when combined with other herbs makes an easy and certain cure for conaipa- tlon. It Is In the form of dry roots and leaves, and Is known as Lane's Family Medicine. It will core sick-headache In one night. For the blood, liver and kidneys, and for clearing up the com- lexlon ltdoea wonders. Druggists sell It for 50 cents a package. Sample free. Seod Can't KlakeAnythinc Like It. I have been practicing medicine for twenty yeare, and have never been able to put up a vegetable compound that would, Ilka Simmons Liver Regulator, promptly and effectively move the liver to action and at the same time aid (Instead of weakening) the digestive and assimilative powers of the system. No other remedy within my knowlidge can fill Its place. L. 51. Hlnton, M.D., Washington. Ark, 3 Holt It to ihe The man who tnlls you confidential Just what will cure your cold Is prescribing Komp's Balsam this year. In the preparation of this remarkable medicine for coughs and colds no expense Is spared to combine only the best and purest In. gredlents. Hold a bottle of Kemp's Balsam to the light and look through It; notice the bright, clear look; then compare with .other remedies. Price 50c. and SI. _____ 4eO(1 . Attention. A. O. H. ! You are respectfully requested to meet at your hall on Sunday, May 18, at 4 o'clock p. m., business of importance to be transacted. A full attendance is desired. By ofrer of M. J. GALLAGHER, Pres't. It Is dangerous to tamper with Irritating liquids and exciting snuffs. Use Ely's Cream Balm. which Is sale and pleasant, and Is easily applied. It cures the worst cases of catarrh, cold In tne bead and hay lever, giving relief from the application. Price 60 oents. Ilto25 From Top to Bottom The house is best cleaned that b dean, d with Pearline. It is done v/itli little labor and with ;^reat results—with ease to yourself, and with :<o possible injury to anything that is cleaned. To use Pearline once is to want it always; you wiH want it always because it does what SPOOL For Sale by ail 34 Union Square, New York City, Aug. 3»t, After a series of tests at our Elizabethportfactory, extending etxr a period of several months, we have decided to use tfie WILLIMANTIC SIX-CORD SPOOL COTTON, believing it to be the best thread now in the -market, and slrotglj recommend it to all agents, purchasers and users of the Stager Machioet. THE SINGER MANUFACTURING COMPANY. Dorit spoil your Feet with CHEAP SHOES/ THE T*i See thatEVEHV PAIR is STAMPE& THE BURT & PACKARD "Korrect Shape," Don't allow YOUR dealer to palm off any substitute for the' 'Korrect Shape," as we have arrange* to supply anyoneln the United States who cannot get these goods of OUH agents, and prepay all deUm? charges, thus bringing them to your door without extra cost. The Burk & Packard "Korrect Shape" Shoes are made In four grades, viz., Hand-made, Hantt-neR, Burtwcltand Machine Sewed, which is stamped on the sole In addition to our trade-mark abore Our agents should carry all grades in Congress, Button and Bal for Gent's, Boys and Youths. PACKARD & FIELD (Successors to Burk A Packard). BroektOD, Mass. OTTO A. KB AUS, SI/S S LOGANSPORT Strengthening aud lihen- niatic Piasters. Are a revelation to the World, and are the only Genuine Rheumatic Plasters. Nine-tenths of all troubles which require the aid of plasters are rheu inatie in their nature. A change of weather or sudden draft causes a cold which develops into muscular and that into inflammatory rheumatism. And yet there has never been such a thing as a distinctly rheumatic and strengthening plaster, and hundreds have died suddenly where rheumatism has attacked the heart, whose lives mieht have been saved had this plaster been applied in season. They are constructed on purely scientific principals and are purely vegetable. Prepared by Rheumatic Syrup Co., Jackson, Mica. For sale by B. I' Keesling. jan23deod&wly TARIFF LITERATURE FOR Tho AMERICA N PnorKcnvE TA BIFF LE^ fitiz is publish ing n most valuable series of 'J nriff documents. These are prepared with a view to state the facts and arguments for l*r<<:r'.:- tioii, whether 1n tin- Interest of farn.i';s, laborers, merchants or professional i<.;< ;:. Each i>-sue of the series appeals to tbiw ,-•:>- Any siofrle one will be sent on rocoipt <•- ceniG in stamps except " Wages, Living u p ;' Turil"," which will be sent for 1 cents. The whole list will be sent for 30 cent* < any twelve lor 20 cents, or any flvi> few/1,; cents, postage paid. Orderby number. No. PA oss 1—•' Wages. Living and Tariff." 'E, A. HAI.-TC. HORN 10A a-"Thc Advautagos of a Protective Tarin to the Labor and Industries of the Uulled States." First Prize Essay, jmg-. ciuvr- FOKDD. HUXHIKO XI 1—QHome Production Indispensable to a supply, at Low Prices, of the Manufactured CommiKUUofl required tor the People of the United States, and Adequate Home Production or these Commodities Impossible without a Protective Tariff." Wrsl Prize Essay, 1883. C. D. TODD 32 4—"Whatore Raw Materials? Would Free Raw Materials be Advantageous to the Labor and Industries of the United States." First Prize Essay, 18*9. HOMEKB. DIBELL 32 8—"Fallacies of Free-Trade." E. P. MHJXR... ai 6—* Some Views on the Tariff by an Old Dual- nes»Man." GKO. Dturust. 38 T—"The Protective Tariff: lu Advantages for tbesouth." C. L. KDWARDS 32 8—" Th« Wool Interest." Judge W«. LAWBESCK 3i U—"Protection )». Free-Trade."—A Hlnortajl tOVIuW. D. '*. HAjmillAN i',0 10— "TheFarmer and the Tariff'" Cot THOMAS H. DUDLEY 16 11— •' Protection as a Public Policy." GEORGES. UOUTWELL 16 12—-Bcply to tDe President's Free-Trade Message." B. P. POEIEH & 13—"TVorklugmen and tne Tariff." 8 14—"The Vitul Vuestion: Shall American Indus- tiits be Abandoned and American 31or- fccts Surrendered ? R 15—Samb in German, with Addition 8 10—"The Progress of One Hundred Years." HODEKT P. PORTKR S 17—" Protection for American Shipping." fl 18— "The Tariff NotaTax." HoxEnB. DIBKJ... 6 ill-" Why Irishmen Should l-:e Protectionists." K 20— "Protection." E. H. AmnDowir 4 21—" What Is a Tariff 1" Answers to a Workingman's Question 4 23—"The American Wool Industry." E.H. AM- MIDOWS...; S 23—"Wages and Cog* of Llrlng." J. D. W£EX3. 4 24—"Southern Farming,Indus!riea.**. 4 26— "AShortT&lk to workingmen." si ati—" Protection and the Farmer." Senator 8. M. Cuxxox. •. 13 The Axmouf ZCCHOKST, weekly, deroted to the discussion of all phases of the Tariff question. f2 •year. Sample coplea fnw. Address American Pro- H«UT« Tana League, -f.; w. £*i St.. Sew York. HeCS.!T"'S'A'.-' WELLMAN'S GAS CARBURETOR Pat. Oct. I, 1889. A cold Carburetor which witt enrich NATURAL GAS aatf produce a 26 candle power gm*. It will work at any temperature, and is absolutely safe. ' AG-ENTS addreu, FHE WELLMAN CARBURETDt MANUFACTDBING CO., 25 WARREN ST. NEW YORK.
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