^|P?^:%»^y^;^ W'-' it"' 1 - THE FINEST LINE OF RING NGS To be Found in the City at W. D. CRAIG'S, 428 BROADWAY. 2nd Floor, Justice Block. 3.. C. FORD, E.P, LORD, R. S. JANKE, E. A. STRANG. -OFFICE OF- ADAMS & FORD, -MflNUFfYCTUR&RS OF— BOOTS AND KV 15. A. 8. CLEVELAND, OHIO, March r, 1895. OTTO A. KRAUS, Esq., Logansport, Ind. Dc . ir Sir—Yours of the 2 3 d at hand, and in reply would say that by some oversight on our part we'overlooked this matter of yours a few days, but we have sent you today five cases o Sample Shoes at prices which we think will pleaseyou. We have left of the womens o^ top shoe, which we send you at 9 oc, one case and a few pairs; if you can use the rest we should be PlCaS The°Women's Common Sense Dongola Button which we send, is a shoe that we used to sell for £i S 5 net, but we arc cleaning them out at £1.00 and have taken the liberty to send these to y ° U ' ^ iKt of Ihe^d^il please you, and to receive your further favors, we remain Vours very truly . ADAMS & FORD wholesale twill Veil at $L10 Regular shoe stores $3,50 at retail. Tho above lot of shoes now on sale. paid regular price Sl.tfo for them, charge $3 to OTTO KRftUS. FOOLESONO BROS. Undertakers and Embalmers And Retail Dealers In w-.yjy;. r/;f^: J&tr&rtL:;/ii£'.^ FURNITURE Of all Kinds and UPHOLSTERING. 424 BROflDWrtY. Calks Promptly Attended to Day or tfijht. PhoDe No 99. For Men's Shoes SSEE OUR Spring Goods! Prices are advancing but we hold them down. WflLKER & RfMJGH. 420 Broadway. DAILY JOURNAL. SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 9. PLICED UNDER BOND. Haadle jLarrr Dooley. en«r**«l With •nil »»«cry-l- » P»» Conductor. L»rry Dooley, too Pan passenger conductor, la under $300 bond for his appearance before 'Squire Blngamsn at Royal Centre Monday. to answer to a charge ol aasnuU and -•'•buttery, preferred by Mr. Kistler, father of the attorneys of thU city. rpv,, .NO,,,^ assault was said to have tUed Wednesday, and the :*n. waa served oo Dooley lu this alt! yesterday. • Every woman Zo* Phora. should learn about Former Lozaaiiportor In Politic!. Fred Smith, formerly of Logansport, now located at Bloomlngton, 111 , h»s >ia9 been petitioned by 400 of his fellow citizens to again run for alderman. Mr. Smith haddaoided to retire from politic. «;ra»d Opening. A French manufacturer and designer will display a gorgeous line ol crepon, novelty and wash dresses, at our annex today. Every lady is invited. THE BEE HIVJE. "i.yl»*" Will be Ills Topic. "Lying" will he the theme of an address by Rev. T. S. Freeman in the R. R. Y M. C. A. on Sunday afternoon. Drink McLin's Kolatona. McKeen's steam laundry—good work 'Aon Phora brings health and happiness. All the new things in stylish dress shoes from 95 cents up—Stevenson & Kllneluk. The county commissioners made a regular visit to the county infirmary yesterday. Two nice' furnished rooms for married couple without children. Call at 1717 Broadway. Steven son & Klinsick carry' the shoe; their stock the largest and price; the lowest. "Really and truly, Mr. Kraus, any of these fine shoes, $1.98?" "Yes, really and truly." They are absolutely $3 to $5 shoes, and Oito says you can have the pick of the shoes for $1.98. Agent for the celebrated Hawes hat, tho best $3 hat ia the "world—Fisher, •Hh and Broadway. , The most complete stock of men's fine shoes ever shown in Logansport— Stevenson & Klinsick. Simon Knepper, late of Royal Conter was burled yesterday at his old home, Fairfield, Ohio. The new spring styles, Dunlap hats in sii ft* and soft, at Dewenter's, the Hatter and Furnisher. Turkey at the • Old Homestead" thle evening, No. 7 Sjcsmore street—G. W. Kennedy. Proprietor. Cun suit and fit you In shirts, colored or white, under or over—Dawsnter, the Hatter and Furnisher. Fishergthe Hatter, is showing the handsomest spring style novelties in nsckwear ever, shown in Logansport. Rolof's, Stetson's, Dunlap'a, Melville and Crofut aud Knapp stiff and eoft hats, at Deweoter'a, the Hatter and Furnisher. TOUR NAME IX PRINT. Items of a Personal Character Con- ceralni; I/ojrunwporters anil Their FrleuclM. In the city yesterday: M. J. Adams of Kokomo. Joe Button of Rochester. H D. Seymour of Elwood. Dr. J B- Carter of Camden. M. Million of BurnettsviUe. J. W. Wooster of Terre Haute. M. H. ^.shbaugh of Anderson. M. M. Hughes of Grand Rapids. Mich. F. F. Payne and George T Cass of Wabash. Elmer Eiiis of Moaticello with John M. B.ker. Georg*; Spjtz, cigar salesman, of Philadelphia. John Dunn of Chicago, en route to Now York cily. H. G- Hamaker and F. D. McDaniels of Marlon. Robert Bryer is working 1 at Peru. Oliver Cummins is in Camden for a visit. Frank Meehan was at Peru on business Thursday. John Ryan of Indianapolis, will return home today. I. N. Crawford returced from a business trip to Cincinnati, Miss Sarah Gugel of Chicago is visiting Logansport relatives. George F. West and family are the guests of relatives at Walton. Miss Cora Dempaoy of Lucerne, is a guest of Miss Minnie Foglesong. Miss Louisa Adams of Toledo, Ohio, is visiting her auot, Mrs. W. H. Graffis. Daniel Bohn of Walton hag gone to Tennessee for a business and pleasure trip. Miss Brownie Butter of Warsaw, is visiting Mrs. Walter Uhl on Market street. T. Taylor has -returned from Hot Springs, Ark., considerably improved n health. Mrs. Wallace Clark o! Indianapolis, is visiting her parents, Capt. and Mrs. : H. Mull. George Conrad has removed from ass county to Elwood, Madison county to locate Thomas Wheatley of Iroquois county, Illinois, ia visiting his parents in Adams township. Mies Jennie Snooberger has gone to r home atCaroden after a visit with Vlrs, Alvin Danbo. Mr. Cook of Greencastle is visiting his daughter, Miss Nellie Cook, who is quite ill with lagrippe. Mrs. Samuel Voorbees and sister returned to their home at Flora yesterday after a visit with Mrs. J. G. Kess' er of Canal street. Mrs. W. Clark has gone to her lome at St. Louis, after a visit of two months with her sister, Mrs. J. J. Campbell of this city. S. W. Brown and family have re urned from Union City and will resume their residence hero. Mr. irown will enter the insurance business. John Kendall returned yesterday rom a several years' stay in Kansas, ie says that donations that are being ent to the poor in Kansas are in moet instances not accepted thsir reason" for not "taking the offerings being that they are not good enough. Mrs. E. J. Dibble arrived Thursday rom Wauaea, Neb. She will be foU owed shortly by her husband. They will make Loganeport heir future home. Mrs. Dibble is at' present visiting with Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Gaskell at No. 1530 Market treet. Oa the Sick JLtat. Chas. Woretell is a victim of agrippe. Sheriff Chas. Homburg is affected by lagrippe. Miss Josle Mahoney is very sick with lagrippe. J. H. Rhodes la able to be out after an attack of lagrippe. Andrew Michaels of Shultztown is !&id to be very seriously ill. Miss Minnie Polk of No. DO Bates itreet, is sick with iagrippe. Mrs. John Well is said to be conva- escing from a severe §ickness. Mlas Anna BUgh of No. 204 Ottawa itreet ia kept indoors by la grippe. Mrs. Florence Uhl of Market street, s confined to her home with lagrippe. A daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Wright of Michigan avenue, ia serU ously ill. Louis Epstein, who has been ill with agrlppe. is again able to attend to business, Mrs. Adam Penzel who has been sick for some time is said to be recovering. . ; Riohard'Batty, riding bailiff, is con- 1895 SPRING 1895 We take Pleasure in Announcing the Arrival o:' Our Spring Suitings! And we feel j ust y proud i\ the success of our untiring efforts which enable us to ;how you this season the Latest, Most Stylish, Most Attractive and Exclusive Line of woolens in the city. Carl W. Keller, Tailor & Draper. 311 Market St. A New Hack Line. I have started a Hack and Parcel Delivery and in the future I caa be found at the corner of 1th street and Broadway.where! will bo prepared from 9 o'clock in the morning to 0 in the evening to deliver parcels or aarry passengers to and from any part of.the^eity- My Charges Will Be Reasonable. I will endeavor to give the best services possible for the money. If you have a parcel to deliver or a passenger to deliver, or auy light work that can be done with a street hack, I will be glad to do it. "SYliat could you do that a customers would appreciate more than calling the hack for him? Special rates will be given you. Leave orders at 12ch street Livery Stable or Geo. Harrison's OlTBroad wav. fours Truly. Wm Lynas. ALL THE LATEST STYLES IN Summer Suitings AT 4i8 Market St. fined to his home with a serious afTec- 'tion of the leg. John Mahoney, of Ottawa street is confined to the house with the second attcak of la grippe. Mrs. Scott Reese of Adams township, who recently had a leg amputated, is stld to be Improving. Frank Young,. the wanderer, who has been at St. Joseph's hospital wiih a sore leg, has been returned to the jail. Matthew Jones ie confined to his home on Bites street by lagrippe. Two of hi=i childrenaro also affected by the malady. Wm. Shidelor will next week resume his studies at tho Indiana dental college, Indianapolis, alter a week's siege of lagrippe. John Gsppinjjer, tho black?nncb, is kept indoors by a threatened abscess in the side, the effect of a kick from a horse, received over three years ago. I/lfe-I/on? Many a girl, by using Zo'a-Phora at the opening period of womanhood, might be saved from life-longsufferiog and expense. Sold by B- F. Koee- ling and Coulsoa & Co. THE LITEST CONTRIBUTION- Snbroltiei J>nrlnr Our Recent Artver tlMtua Conceal. Filling's popular prices please the people. I have decided to offer some real bargains for $1.95. No fake sample business about it. Go and see sample shoes first, then come and see some legitimate bargains. It is a well known fact that I do not deal in shoddy foot wear. And will guarantee any shoe bought of me. I have also some bargains in men's shoes. My spriafj goods are now in. stock. Please notice our east window. Choice of any shoe in it for $1.95. We also have the finest line of men's and women's fine shoes ever brought to the city: any size or width', triple A to .E. If we are too busy to wait on yon at once, OUT monkey, Hiss Gypsy, will amuse you as well as the little folks. Will run balance of communications soon. Respectfully, LISC'W. PlLLtSG. 412 Broadway. Otto really sells finest shoes for $1.98. To Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Closson, a son. Delicate girls made strong by Zoa Phora. Figured China silks only 20 cents at the Trade Palace. To be in It, get a pair of Stevenson & Klinsick's drese shoes. What Zoa Phora won't do for ailing women, no medicine will. Otto Kraua' remarkable shoe sale still attracts numerous buyers. Ii's strange if a lady needs a pair of shoes if she don't patronize Otto. See those lovely new style men's dress shoes—Stevenson & Klinsick. Tho petit jury was dismissed yesterday morning until Monday at 9 a. m. Shoes handsomer than ever, and prices lower, at Stevenson & Klin- etck's. A new Invoice of Rob Roy neckties received by Dewenter, the Hatler and Furnisher. The Cass County Building and Loan Association has icady money on hand for borrowers. You can get yonr paper huug for 15 cents per double roll at Moynlban's Wall Paper Store, 210 Sixth street. We've got some of those saving- banks for the children. Call for 'em Saturday—Boston Sample Shoe Co., 322 Fourth street, east side. Don't fail to call for one ol those photograph cameras that will take a life-like picture, Saturday. They are f re e—Boston Sam pie Shoe Co., 322 Fourth street, east side. When so many people are taking and deriving benefit from Hocd's Sarsaparilla, why don't you try it yourself? It is highly recommended. Mr. B. F. Keesling desires us to publish tho following extract from a letter of Charles M. Gutfeld, of Reed« ley, Fresno Co., Cal., as he handles the remedy referred to *and wants his customers to know what a eplendid medicine it is: ••It ia with pleasure I tell you that by one day's use of. Chamberlain's Cough remedy I waa relieved of a very severe cold. My head was completely stopped up and I could not eleep at night. I can recommend this remedy.". A cold nearly always starts in the bead and afterwards eztendi to the throat and lungs. By using thii remedy freely as soon ae tke cold has been contracted it will cure the cold at once and preyent it from extending to the lungi.
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