Dunlap's Celebrated flats. Silk, Stiff and Soft. Spring Styles. DEWBNTBB, The Hatter and Furnisher. You Will be Surprised To see the suitings we are offering for $25 and $30. We have all the latest novelties In shadow-plaids for spring and not an old piece of goods In the house. We guarantee style'fit and work- nuuuhlp to be unexcelled-and we will not be undersold. Take a look before you place an order. , The Tucker & Sharpe Co. Tailors, 315 Pearl Street. riodjeska Playing In Measure For • Heasure. Wasn't playing such an Important part 'in life as -the tailor whose reputation 'depends upon taking your measure.per- fectly and fitting your clothing perfect- 1y -to that measure. That's what RERZ does in such an easy manner that your c-lothlnR flts like a new skin, with only variations to make it accord with tho/ very latest style. To keep In the swim you" mnst keep In with HERZ. One of his suits is a passport Into swell society. 409 HARKET STREET. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK -OF- tOGANSPORT, . .' INDIANA. CAPITAL $20O,OOO. 4. J. Murdock. Pre«. W. W. How. Ca»h. J. F. Brookmeyer, A»t. Cain. ft. a Bice, A J JtoMoci, i jf " B. *. DIRECTORS: W. H- BrtngboMfc D«nnl» Uhl. . Hatwood, Banking In aU Ita Departsnenta promptly erU " 3 ° n ud DAILY JOURNAL WEDNESDAY, JUNE 3, 1S9G. All shoes shlned free at Otto's. Ladles' serge slippers, 35c.-i?tevenson & Kllnsick. Regular meeting of the Royal Arcanum tonight. See ou rlovely new styles in shoos.- Stevenson & Kllnsick. Ladies' week at Kaufman & Co, 8 shoo store, Jordan Hecht's old stand. George Harrison handle* LaDdretto'i flrtt claw garden, flower and flett •eeda. Read Kaufman's ladles' week price list. You'll.open your eyes; you'll be amazed, Natural gas bills for the-month of June are now due and payable at the company's office on Pearl street. The latest pretty flower ants and bonnets at Mre. W. J. Potter's, between Elftb and Sixth streets on Broadway, cheap for cash. Any person or persons caught carry- Ing off flags from graves of soldiers froim any of the cemeteries will be .prosecuted as it is an unlawful act. By order of Committee G. A. R. • •-• Awarded Highest Honors—World's Fair. DR. CREAM BAKING POWDER MOST PERFECT MADE. » trireCrajx! Cream of Tartar Powder. Fw-. J r Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant 40 Years <t« Standard. Ladies' dress shoes, 98c.-Stevenson \llusick. Geo. Harrison lins the finest Hno of lammocka In the city. Wonderful- barsnlns, amazing bargains, iu shoes his week,/ladles' week at Kaufman's, Jordan Hecht's eld '.land. Harry Longabaugh is preparing to erect a two-story dwelling on High street. The plans were prepared by Architect Rhodes. . The county commissioners court was In session yesterday. The business In hand was the'examination and passing on a large accumulation of poor orders. Tonight will occur an inspection of antou Logansport No. 15, I. O. O. 1 F. The Chevaliers will appear In full dress uniform. Installation of officers will also take place at the hall. A new drive way will be made In Spencer park/leading along the West side of the park to the hall, and along the East side to the public road. The stakes have been set by Engineer Ray. Invitations have been received to -the Ufty-second commencement of the Uul; verslty of Notre Dame at South Bend, which will occur at the institution June 18th. The cards are very neat, bear- lug pictures of the faculty and a view of the grounds. • > •' ' ' Miss Katie Welch, one of the class of '90, Is the youngest graduate 1 ever turned out .at the Logansport High school, being but seventeen. Miss Welch took the honors of the class, having a srade of 04.4. She is a daughter oC Thomas Welch. ' Tlie Journal Is indebted to Father Pat Hck O'Brien -for a copy of the patriotic Memorial address by him delivered at Fremont, Ohio, last Saturday. The oration Is full of loyalty and patriotic seritl ment, and speaks unselfishness and devotion to the flag. The Fin de Slecle club gave a very pleasant dnnce last night at the pavilion in Spencer park. There was a good attendance,,and in spite of the'slight chill in the air, all enjoyed the club's first out-door hop. M. Forn'offVmusicians furnished the music. The State officers of the Daughters of Liberty Include Mrs, Luella Thomas, associate councillor, and Mrs. MnmeVan Steenlmrg, treasurer.; : Both are well known Logansport ladles." The meet- Ing was held at Hammond, and ten of the eleven councils in ,tne state were represented. Two boys, aged about fifteen and eighteen years respectively, giving theli home ns Terrc Haute, and names as Peter Filer and Fred Lllllcamp, were locked up last night by Officers Burcl and Kleckner. 'The wanderers had tak en possession of'the yardmaster's office In the Vandalla yards and were making themselves comfortable when ar rested, ' THREW IT AWAY 'Kid" Faurot Dislocates an Arm Trying to Win. HE HAD NO SUPPORT Otto's Win the First From Kokomo—National League Games. Kokomo, June 2.—Special.—Oh, wow! but it was ft close ' shave.' ^Klua : runs obalkod up -on tlie 'Otto's sldu of the score board showed' big'-iiV the letters, t' a mall pouch tobacco SIKH on a dead wall against tliu'scvpii'That KoUomo That new 'club that Kokomo haw scrapped together™ can play sonic ball, and they tried their very best to put the pins Into the Ottos this after-, udoii. ''Kid" Faurot, the'young man who did, some excellent' w'CJrK-for tliu Muncle team earlier in tlie ; season, was iu the box for the iCokoinos,«.and; he pitched his arm away in-tlie seventh ng, trying to .save his-.I-udlu-ns,fj-oni defeat. Chief Kokomo was, nowhere In «.'j;-lit, however, and he la|d hims'e'.f out for nothing. ' ; . : 'Hie victory of tlie 'Ottos is due more to tho long error score piled up by .'the Xokomokes than anything 'else,'"Tha-iiks to Danny Lynch, victory'perclicd on| the Logansport's banner and •sta'y-eil tlijere. Lynch will be remembered 1 by'L'bgans- fans (is the young manTwhq; attempted to play third' base' for.'the Ottos u the fcarly part of tho season:-. : 'Tfiat's ill he did, just tried. He conldn'S do t any more than a little bby"<?h>ii gmokc cigar without going ouf:-behind! the woodshed and wishing he'Invdn't done t. '.tills same Danny Lyncii'trieVT'tOjplay ejiorr stop for the Kokojnos'.todnyi.'; He lad eight chances nll : told to' distinguish. .ilmself,: and he did the'rlght- tn'ing-for .he Locnnsport lads—by letting'four of them get away from him?'whilej'tw.o more were questionable arid-two jnore. Lcccpted, though-sluggisMy.;':There}!was ; not one of the half hundred'-Lo)ran|port. :ooters but that reached aronnd.'ioijj bits eft side and tickled himself ifhaljj tht, nuiiagfineut had tied the can toDiinny n the early part of the;'.Benson. Then, there was "Redtly" Mernanj.'r.'.'Beddy played w'tb the town 'bull i nine from Marlon oiio year and-(rradtKrtedi.il) the 'pumpkin" league. " l Heddy":iis;dn: fast omnany, cveu In the '/pumpkin" league. He had three swect,";6rrbi.» that jfeayc :he Ottod score a boost;'-.. - .- •'. There is'one thing- aure ..The. newly ganlzed^Kokomo club can hit,the ball. At least they had no trouble in finding Fisher for hits whenever they-needed., them. A record of eleven, singles and two two-baggers is not to .be sneezed at. aud still It didn't wln,,-.The Ottos played an almost .faultless game behind the south paw.c.nnd.^thft Kokomos earned six of their seven cuns. Following Is the score: ..;;•; •:•,-•;;•.'" . OTTOS AB : R.PIPP ,A Stemler,.cf ., ..5 1 0 .1 Sratts, 2b 5 v-.!•; ,1...;? Hackett, Ib J 2 0: ( J2 Bruton, ss ...... -4 .1 ,2 ,2 Stokes, 3b 41, $...,2; Shaver, If 4 0 A. Hunter, rf ... :.-,3: 2 -.1 : Bolan, c 4 .0,0, Fisher, p 4.1 0,,,,;! ilo 1 0 o J; 0 0' 1 5 Totals .... .37 .',9.; vl ;4r,.' KOKOMO AXR'(P' ] Whlteman, Ib, p .4-,, 2. ., I. Kimmln, 2b 51 ".-., Murray, c 5 !••-,;£.:•? Boyce, If • -5 1-;;. 1. Faurot, p -4 '-0 Lynch, ss ., .3 ; 1 Conner, rf, Ib ... .3 :: .0. ; Mcrnau, 8b .4 : 0,^Hunt, cf .4 U Ream, rf .-.1 0>: P ', &!., .1- ' :&-,. ,,l:, '6 3: -.?? 3 A E : o; o ! £„ * 1 1 i 01 "n"o 2 4 0 1 1 3 1 . 0 0 0 Totals 38...i3 i: fU..''.2tii Score by Innings: ,>/,! ; , ' : ,.., Ottos .....J.l 1-Q,0 : 030 :*-0 Kokomo •......-'. ^2;3,,Q n l 0100 0-7 Enrned runs—Kokprno 0, Ottos 4; two- bnsp h)ts-KImmln,i -.Fa.iirot,, JJruton, Hunter; home runsH^H.ackqtt,, ' S.tatts; passed balls-BoianJ2;'wil"d pltch-FIsh- er-2; base on balls-npff Fishei* 4, off Faurot 2; struck outrnby;Fisher 3, by Faurot 2; double play—FlBlieivtO 'Stalls. Time of game—2 houjcs. j .U-rapirp Hines, Attendance 300... , ;-.j -,-. 8[I ; ; '• .. SHORT ST ; OJ?S,. „ There were fifty rooters from Logans .port accompanied the team from this, city. There would imve been twice that number If they-h"nd known that there would be n cheaptr&1jfe The game rate, ninety-five cen.te,fpr,tl>e.round ti''P. > vl11 be given todaj i Lyen will be in the l}o\ ioi tlie Ottos today. "I'll gHe 'tm the best I hive' was what he told the boys last night - Young :Rtani ^111 pitch the game £01 the Kokomos today He was with the club twp-yeais ago ind v,as exploded a number of times He savs. he has an wm .'this.-,season S^rafldi Huntei and'Steraler nlll glve'^'TiSome evoicl«S today, to sa> nothing of Bruton, Shaver Hackett and the othei* \ • .Kokomo's new park Is very nice, but Is scarcely large enqp^gh * V ."LE4.DERB ladiecycle Leggins 5c Worth TSc EVERY ITEM OF ABSOR6ING INTEREST a bonanza for economical Ladies. Cheap shoes for almost nothing. Pine Shoes One Half and One Third of actual selling price, amongst the lot of. French heels Finest Imported Kid at One Fourth Value. 7o for'Ladies.Shoe Polish,, wo^th SOo 2!)c for Ladies Wide.House slippers worth l~>o 48o for Ladies Fine House slippers worth' $1.00 48o for Ladies Dongola Put Tip Oxfoi-d worth $1.35 79c for Ladies Dull Dongola Button shoes worth $1 25 89c for Ladies Fine Dress button and lace worth $1.50 gOc for Ladies Dress Oxfords $1.HO 98o for Ladies Tun Oxford *2.00 98o for Ladies Fine Vici-Kid, Tan and Black Oxfords worth ijaflO '•".,'•. 98c for Ladies Heel and Spring Heel Lace shoes worth $2.00 $1.29 for Ladies Hand Turn button and lace shoec worth §2,50 $1.98 for Ladies 20th century up-to-date and all styles shoes worth $4.00 $1.48 for Ladies Razor and Square toe shoes worth $£., 98c 5or Old Ladies L*ce Dongola shoes wortb $1,50 98 for Old Ladies Congress shoes worth $1.00 98c for Ladies .Large ankle shoes worth 2.00 $1.39 Paden Bros. & Co., Portsmouth, 0. worth $8.00 $1.23 for Ladies Razor ami. Narrow square oxforde worth $2.50 • $1.48 for Ladies Finest oxfords 'n bouse worth |3.00 Kaufman & Co. Bargain Shoe Store 320 Market St. Jordan Hecht's Old Stand. NECKWEAR, SPRING OVERCOATS. JOS, a GRACE WILL SELL YOU A SPRING SUIT TODAY EOR , .;![j'.-J.;.-I<>i. LESS MONEY •"' . • THAN ANY OTHER CLOTHIER N LOQANSPORT. IINE eoriPLETE. Buiii Lougley Hat and be up to Date ..,,.*>-•'.,,-• . • ; 426 Broadway. S If you want a Tailor Made Suit don't for- of the Celebrated Stein Block Clothing.!! with either' of the .three leaders In the National ; leagu'e.irnee.. Baltimore leads by a,narrow >: .margi'u, with Cleveland close : up l ..aud : '.Cinc!mratl hanging on. to the skirts "'of Hlie Spiders. Following is the resul't'bi? : y1ester<l:iy's games: At Ne>v York—Chicago 5, New York S. r At Bos4n^-L ; ou''lsville 10,- Boston 2. At B'rook'lyifrSt. Ixmis 1, Brooklyn 2. At PhnadolphfJi^Ciueinnatl 14, Philadelphia' 3! ' •c'"'"'.''' "At B'alflmorWPrttslnirjr 3, Baltimore 1^0. ( r .. ; j'- . At Washijigton^Clevelniid 0, Wn.sh- ' r OF THE CLUBS. :r ; Won Lost TerCt. .v''. ! V'.2-i 13 : .WO 12 Clubs. : Baltlmbj-c,'.; Cleveland,, : . Cincluiifltl' Boston . .!.;•'•'•';" Philadelphia''^ Plt'tsbiirg .,'.'.'; Brook:yn .'. v: Washington V. Chicago .... '.'( New York _•... • St I>oul<i .;,',. .21 '.'..,. 2+ :'••;.' -V2 2 -'•;-• ,.w. I •) - i>' tQ , Games :of the Natl^nBif League aMp Standing off the Clubs 'The loss. pf a game would play vaf it 9 14 15 16 1C 18 19 21 21 20. 23 . .034. .031 .r.S3 .571 .520 .500 .472 .402 .432 .207 .243 COS1S PIT ING t?P. The ("iso of flie Snte ngainst Moso Wild ind Lou Sa\on " who • wero charged iviUi intovjcation, and i . : whose case wns vcnued 1 ftom the Mayor's point to 'UWiee Lauifi »• court, was cilled jcsteulni morning A. change of ^cnne -nas^ked out of Eel township and the ta«e"\v is sent to Tustlce .Kist'.er of Ro\il Center • ' . ' '*-V •'•-.-,, or c for lad^^ibibyclc. leggines worth 75c as long ns the\ li'-t— Eanfnwn &. co ^ - :: < ' " ; Ladles Osfoid ties (5e.—Stevenson . Klinsick, ONLY 20 CENTS: The celebrated Ariel Summer Corsets arc known as /he best 50-cent corset ou the'market We will sell them at the Golden Rulo for 20c. ANOTHER STUNNER. We will place on sale today 25 dozens of the well-known "Ariel Corsets," which other dealers in town make a leader with at 50 cents. Our price as being always the lowest is only 29 cents. See them at the Golden Rule. ANNOUNCEMENT. Owing to the fact that others have announced their candidacy, G. W. Walters ,has consented to let his name go befoiv the convention for the office of prosecuting attorney. Kaufman & Co., deal only in bargains. Nothing but bargains Oils week. Amnz- Ing bargains. EXCITEMENT AT Large Crowds of People Have . (-..•*-:•<- ing Into the Mimlock Hotel .JST;:.'.-' tlie Past Two DayB and HK>. i .• • - >' ' Considerable CommCJit .<f '. eitemeut Until Inv^ Proved They Wore •''.:' . Upon Dr. Walter, The >.-.-;-< Oculist and Anfist. For several weeks the newspapers have been full of accounts ot Uw won- dcrful cures Dr. AValiot, the eminent scientist from Chicago, -has made In relieving ailments of the Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat, nud since his visit:to vthla city his parlors have bceu-crowdea front morning until "night and already he has testimonials from people -right-bore -to your midst, who have been cured by-ite method of treatment, among ibem'TrC. Lovell, living near Royal' Center • says: "1 have lieuu gradually, growing 'deaf from catarrh. For eight years Fhav« had constant noises in my cars,and my nostrils were stopped up, I- took- coM every thne. I went out. I called upoc Dr. Walter Monday and l:e-snipped ihe noises in five minutes and now tny heai- lii^ is almost iierfcct." ' Mrs.' K, B. 'Shide:cr. who lives in I«- cerne.. Ind., says: "I .cave Itesn cross- «yed all nay-life until I calliM upon .Dr. . n'altei- Monday and he straigntened-my eyes in one minute without pain or'chlo-, reform and I left JUs 'parlors wituont any bandnge' Avhatc'vcr over my eyes and am glad to say they arc as straight' as ;iny ones and I cannot thank Dr. Walter enough, as-1 regard Mm asr* sfic'iitilic man," '..-'.' Dr.'Walter will remain-at-the dock liotcl until Sunday,-June 7. Subscribe for. The .Tmirrial.
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