fibf W A I T! The Fire goods purchased of H. B. Claflin Company. Will be here to-morrow. Sale will commence a- soon as we can get them open SCMMITT&HEFFLEY \. Golden Rule. IN UNCLE SAM'S GLUTGHES William O'NcIl ArrcKted on tile CHarjtc of Stinking Counterfeit $8. 8$. Daily Journal. WEDNESDAY MORNING APRIL 1. PANTS, PANTS. l have secured 30 styles.of. Worsted Pantaloonings which sold heretofore and are soldj everywhere for $10, but which I sell now for the low price of EIGHT DOLLARS! The biggest bargain I ever had.? Oall early and secure choice, JAKE HERZ. Go to Headquarters For Your Spring Suit. Harry G. Tucker, THE PEARL ST. TAILOR. find all -the Latest Novelties in Spring Yours Truly, Try J. B. L. Catarrh. Cure. eod&w Nobby spring jackets at the Golden Rule. The grand jury has not yet been called. The circuit court will convene next Monday. Mrs. W. T. Giffe is reported somewhat better. J. H. Wallace, of Monticello, was in the city yesterday. . Win. H. Foust and Tessie Gibson are licensed to wed. Wait for Schmitt & Heffley's fire sale, it will pay you. , Secure your seats for the Chimes of Normandy Friday night. Miss Julia Speares has returned from a few weeks visit at Lafayette. Arthur Griffith of the Barnett hotel went to Chicajo yesterday for a few days visit. Tor latest designs in spring millinery, call on Miss Jessie Cummings, 405 Broadway. mar29d2t For rent: Store room on Sycamore street near Eel river bridge.- Good for any kind of business, inquire of N. Klein. dtf--- Andrew J. Deardoff and Jennie Dunfee were united in. marriage, Squire Smith officiating, on Monday evening. Fort Wayne Sentinel: Miss Lizzie Rlethmiller and cousin, Miss Hable, left Saturday, over the Wabash for Log-ansport. Mrs. Rebecca Williamson vvas called to St. Joseph, Missouri, yesterday by the serious illness of her daughter, Mrs. H. J. Kline. John Manes, the Pan Handle engineer, has purchased a residence property, corner of 15th and High streets, consideration $2,500. Canton Logansport, No. 15 P. M., I. 0. 0. F., will elect officers to-night for the ensuing- year. All members are'requested to be at drill hall at 7:30 sharp. Jas. E. Moore, advance agent of the "Mr. Barnes of New York" company was in the city yesterday making arrangements for an early production of the popular play here. Peter Schneeberger returned yesterday from Cincinnati where he has Yesterday in U. S. Commissioner Munson's office William O'Neil was called upon to. answer to the charge of making and circulating counterfeit money, O'Neil is a carpenter living on Canal street and some time ago suspicion was directed toward him by the remarks of persons who claimed that he had proposed to them to take bogus money 'from him and circulate the same. Detective Silas Morgan qnietly worked on the cage until he got sufficient evidence on which to base a charge and the Federal officers were notified. L. B. Carter, of the secret service came here and upon further investigation of the case concluded that tbert; was grounds for action and yesterday moining arrested O'Neil, who was.taken before U. S. Commissioner Munson and placed under bonds of $200 to appear for a hearing next Monday at 2 p. m. O'Neil came here from Kokomo not a great while ago and it is said that a similar charge was preferred against him at that place, upon which he was convicted and served a short term. A thorough search of the premises was made and a melting- pot and a quantity of metal was found in his cellar, but no • 'bogus" or dies for the manufacture of the same were found. A girl by the name of Black who for some time worked in O'Neil's household testified that she had seen him making counterfeit money, and have the same in his possession. It is also s'aid that other parties will be produced in court to testify to the same thing. O'Neil was unable to secure the required bond in default of which he was placed in jail to await a hearing next Monday. He vehemently denies the charge and says that the prosecution is based on the malice of the parties, who testified against him. The investigation of the charge will oe awaited with considerable interest. HOME AGAIN From New York and the EA H STERN MARKETS After three weeks of steady buying ARRY FRANK Has returned with an unusual fine line of Clothing and Furnishings Our future inducements will be Largest Latest Best Lowest Variety, Styles, Qualities, Prices. * Harry is the only Logansporl Clothier who goes regularly every season to the far east to produce the newest novelties for the least money. And Here's What tells. Our resources are limitless, and we will represent in the future, as in the past, what ever monev can purchase or Enterprise Command HARRY FRANK, 'TO BE SURE." ARE YOU INTERESTED FREE DRINKS. The Public Invited to Water. Sample Soda Jonnston Bros, have recently put in their drug store one of the handsomest fountains in the city. The necessary [plumbing; to successfully operate it was completed yesterday, and it will be started to-day. Ihe public is invited to call and name their syrups free of charge to-day. If you are fond of soda water drop in and sample it. Several persons living- in this good city are lamenting the loss of five dollars, out of which they were swindled a few weeks ago by an insurance agent sailing under the name of Howard Jordan, who claimed to reoresent an Accident Insurance Association at Marion. The five dollar paid, the price of the policy which he would deliver in a few days. The few days stretched out into weeks, and still no policy. Investigation revealed that Jordan had skipped leaving a three weeks' unsettled board bill behind. IN TAXATION? Procure a Copy of the. New Law at Wilson, Humphreys & Co.'s. 'Tuck.' FACIAL BLEMISHES. t In th« world tot tb* trut- Woodbury's Facfal Soap For the Skin and Scalp. t, , Ttl«, oily ikln, *cn«, , llch. »evt, pitting), powder mirkt, focUl ent, «tc. CoDiuluilon Free, fcloffictorby > 'cltcr 12B-pftc0 Book on ill Skin andSaUp Affeo nd thilr Treatment tent (i»Ud) far.lQc. JOHN : rxrantelotfrt, 1*5 W. 4*<t St., SI. Y. City. ^ For Sale by^Ben Fisher, Druggist, Prepared by a Dermatologist with 20 years- experience. Highly indorsed by the medical profession; uneqnaled aa a remedy for eczema, soaldhead, oily akin; pimples, flesh worme, u*ly complexion, etc- Indispensable as a toilet article, and a truro preventive of all diseases of the elan aad scalp. At Druggists or by mail. Price SOc. iFor'tne Next Four Weeks I will sell you an elegant suittor " " $32.00 CASH. do this ito make'room for the finest line of Spring Goods erer brought to .this city • p.J<HOQLEY, -Pearl Street. been receiving medical treatment. His condition is none improved and the physicians gavd-him little hope. The fire sale of the Claflin stock at the busy Bee Hive attracted a great crowd which soon developed in as many .happy buyers, as there were numbers of people in attendance. Ask the hundreds of ladies whether our fire sale was the genuine article—pure and simple. Happy faces, pleased buyers and by the score. Such , were yesterday's results of the sale of the H. B. Claflin stock at the ever busy Bee Hive. The greatest actress of the age, Sarah Bernhardt, is to play "Fedora" and "La Tosca" at English's Opera House, Indianapolis, April 14 and 15. The sale of seatS will begin April 6, and you can secure them in advance by writing or telegraphing to Dickson & Talbott, Indianapolis. The prices of seats are $1, $2 and $3, according to location. • • ' The production of that popular and pretty opera Chimes of Normandy at the opera house Friday, Saturday and Monday nights should and will be greeted by a packed house each night. The object of the benefit is most worthy and the well known local singers who appear in the cast have been unremitting, under the able direction of Mr. Demor.est, in their efforts to produce the opera according to the standard. ' Tlie "Clilmes of Normandy.'' This opera as given under the direction of Mr. Demorest will prove a revelation to our music-loviag citizens. The best singers in Logansport are to take part, which in itself is a guarantee tor a musical treat. The large sale of tickets, too, is an indication of the general interest taken in the enterprise inaugurated by the ladies of the Free Reading Room. Reserved seats can be secured at Keesling's drug store without extra charge. Director* Orffattla*. The directors of the Logansport Creamery company met at the court house, Saturday, and organized by the election of the following officers: President-r-R. M. Carney. VicePres.—Henry Warrick, Treas.—Abraham Shideler. Secretary—John Palmer. The buildings of the company will be erected on the race near Uhl's mill, and.be ready for business within the next sixty days. Churcli Officer* .Elected. At a late meeting of Trinity Episcopal church the following officers were elected: Dr. W. H. Bell, senior, warden; G. S. Vigus, junior warden; vestrymen, Thos. Manders, A. H. McDonald, Chas. S.. McKeen, W. . S. Newhall, W. D. Pratt, T. H..Simpson, H. C. Thornton. Deputy A«Kensor» Appointed. Township Assessor A. H. McDonald has appointed the following deputies: C. S. Peckham, M. B. Knowlton, John Minneman, Joseph Guthrie, Wils Berry, G. W. Flanagan and M. F. McDonald. David-Lang is lying quite ill with inflamation of the bowels at his home in the East End. Competition As We Have Found It. We've found many kinds of competition in our 29 years experience, and we've learned to like it—most of it. Advertising Competion. There's the competitor who has advertised us widely. He has enthusiastically claimed that his prices beat McCaffrey's, while knowning- better. McCaffrey was his target, and people learned that we were the thorn in his flesh because he could not sell at what we could. Deceiving Competition. .Some have 1 put, their prices on one thing- for a day or two at less than manufactures could made it for, then said ' 'compare with McCaffrey's published priees. 1T ' People soon found out that that was the only price they had- within reason. Fearful Competition. • Some have boasted of the lowest prices without naming one of them. They were afraid.of something-—and that something was the prices that they claimed to undersell.' - ! ; Petty Competition. The majority have never tried to meet us,, but-have said- what they could at their prices. Wide awake people left thetn'alone. , What it Has Done For Us. , This competition.has ..built our business..' It was only .by '--having lower prices, better qualities and a wider assortment than others that, we drew our trade. And that is what is-increasing- it. J . - . M. MeCaffery & Co.
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