Can Do! She can buy all-wool Henriettas worth 50c for She can buy fine novelty dress goods worth 85c and 90c for She can buy Broadcloth for a spring cape at half price. She can save money on all kinds of Dry Goods at the Bankrupt Sale of the GOLDEN RULE. W. D, PRATT, Trustee. FOOLESONO BROS. Undertakers and Embalmers And Ratal! Dealers in FURNITURE i Of all Kinds and UPHOLSTERING. 424 BROftDWflY. CallB Promptly Attended to Day or Night. Phone No W. DAILY JOURNAL THE FINEST LINE OF SPRING SUITINGS To be Found in the City at W D CRAIG'S 428 BROADWAY 2od Floor. Justice Block. WANTED! REAL ESTATE. •wnncoil, Cnnap Cottages For Snlo. Wanted Lots and Acres Vor SalP. Wanted Smull >'armt> Foe Sal*. Wanted Bu*me»s Blocks For Sale. Wanted to Exchange Farms lor CItr Property. Wanted Mxrclumdlae to Tc*d»;tor Farms. DDRE33 M. .11. OOBDON. Sprr Block , Indiana. KROEGER & STRAIN, Undertakers and EmMlmers, «I3 Broadway. DR. P. M. BOZER'S DENTAL PARLORS. Orar State National'Bank, Logansport, Ind. ~~H. E. TRUAX, M. D. Special attention given to Xose, Lung, Liver and Chronic Diseases. Office arid nescience over St,it« National Bank. Hoars Hi to!'. 1 . m.,i! to-l p. m., andT toS p.m. ill tails promptly attended. Easter novelties in kid gloves at the Bee Hive. Natural gas bills for April now due and payable. Cbas. Duukleberg celebrated his 30th birthday yesterday. To Mr. and Mrs. U, S. Cooper of Toledo street, a daughter. For all latest millinery and novelties, call on Miss Jessie CummlngB. The bast baking powder Jn the world at Boa Fisher's drug store. Fourth street will in » few days bo rolled with a heavy street roller. Newlacea, veilings and jet trimmings, just opened at the Bee Hlvo. Jacob J. Burgaman will open a res- taurantat Royal Center about May 1st. Get your tickets tomorrow morning at 0 o'clock for Sousa's band. Come early. On the Mick Fred Klinsick Is Biok. Mrs. Robert Ray has lagrlppe. Henry Post, er., has the caiarrhal fever. Amos Wright is sick at his home with lagrippe. Miss Maude Williamson is reported slok with the measles. A child o( Thomas Austin, jr., is said to be 111 of scarlet fever. Mrs. Wm. Widgeon of the West Side, is very slok with lagrlppe. Patrolman Monroe Suriace Is off duty on account of a burst blood vei- sel in bis leg. Miss Grace Toby who has been seriously 111 with lung fever, la said'to be recovering. W. H, Chick of Deer Creek township, is just recovering from a severe attack of lagrlppe. C. N. Sutton who has been sick with lung fever for several weeks was yesterday reported better. Herman Stern, who wan injured by a Bylng. stump backed up by a charge of dynamite, Is reported "improved. CONTRACT COME3 HERE. Culver Academy BnlldlBSS Will be Iliillt by Barnes & SOD, H. H. Culver, the man who haa founded the flourishing Institution. of learning at Maxlnkuckee, known as the Culver Military Academy, and who proposes to broaden and enlarge the school this summer, passed through here Wednesday on his way from his St. Louis home to Maxinkuckee. i .In conversation with a Logansport man he stated that John E. Barnes & Son of this city, would secure the contract for the new building? now ia prospect, that will be erected within a fow months at a cost of ?150,000.'This ia a feather in the'hat of the Logansport contractor. ASUSKBKNTS. D Oi.sN-tOI'KKA HOUSE. S. U. PATTEB30N, MASAGKK PEERLESS CONCERT BAND. 5J Eminent Musicians JOHN PHILIP SOUSA, Conductor. — ASJ1STKD BT— VAt^ HlVB* T BX™'». Soprano jl!l* CVMH1B J>UK*:, Violinist- S OUSA'S OUL T1KRINCJ M ATCHLESi AGNETIC ARCHES. .„..,_.. Usttloor*!. JTJCto, •; Ba iconj 60c, Tic. Seals on saleSdtnrddT morning. Boys and girls can make 10 cents cash by reading Otto Kraus' advertisement. Low prices Is the cause of skirts and waists moving so lively—Trade Palace. Eight yards of Si inch all wool serge and all linings for $3.75, at the Boe Hive. Natural gaa bills for April now due and payable at the company's office on Pearl street. Millinery Opening—Friday and Saturday evening—Nettle Pelton, 327 Market street. •-The Stranglers of Paris"' tonight at the opera house by the Huntley- Bixby company. Sohaofor & Schilling will remove their cigar factory from the West Side to No. 2 Market street today. The Maxlnkuckee Ice Co. has removed its headquarters from No. 417 Broadway to No. 511 Broadway, A social and dance was given Wednesday night by Logan Council \o. £1. Order of Chosen Friends. Tae Huntloy-B-lxby company , will present tonight for the first time in ,oganaport-"The Stranglers of Paris." There is aaid to be some agitation among wheelmen on the question of mprovlng the drive at Riverside park. They are all oOo, though some are worth $1; to every purchaser of one of those caps Saturday, Otto will give 10 cents in cash. Walter Chacdler entertained a few of his Weeds last evening at his home on North street. Cards and refreshments were Indulged im. Dr. C. D. Gully, who is well kpown here, has'recently been arrested at Sullivan, Ind.. on the charge of practicing medicine without a license. A reception was given one night recently at the home of W. S. Stalnaker on Bates street, in honor of the Rev. H. A. Davli and wife of Alexandria. One of Tlme'M Less than three years ago, John Philip Sousa was the leader of the U, S. Marine Band at Washington, at the niggardly salary of $1,500 per year. A private citizen. Mr. D. Blakely, appreciating the brilliant talents of the handsome young leader, Induced him to resign his position, and placed him at the head of a band of his own, consisting of the finest material the world afforded,'and with a quadrupled salary for himself. The success of his new band has created such a demand for his music, that his royalties there, from now exceed his salary, and his Income, includine the proats of his band, is over $25.000 per year.. This Income ia the largest received by any band or orchestra leader In existence. Board of Health—Xotice. In order to facilitate the collection of garbage, householders are hereby notified to look to the condition of their slop barrels and garbage boxes. The ordinance provides thai the bar. rels shall be water-tipbt and provided with a cover, and the garbage must ba in a dry state. Water must not be thrown in the barrels. Tin cans or any miscellaneous rubbish must be deposited in a box near the barrels containing the garbage. This is a reasonable demand, and it is expected that all citizens will comply as quickly as possible for the sake of the public health and convenience. A. J- HEEBMAKN, Pres. ,N. W. CAJ>\-, Sec'y. Sew Patriotic SOD**. Two prize patriotic songs, "Old Glory" and "Sons of America" have bsen received at this office. They are arranged for mixed voices, and the price of each ia ten cents. Harry Coleman 912,914 Race street, Phila- pelphla, Pa., IB the publisher. The Dominant" a journal of musics! progress offered the prizes which were given the American authors and com. posers of these American songs EDUCATORS MEET.' At »onib, Bend-Flp»t Bay of the Thirteenth Annual Se«t»Ion. Nearly 1,000 teachers are attending the thirteenth annual meeting of the Northern Indiana Treachers' association at South Bend. Logansport Is well represented. The teachers spent most of yesterday in visiting the schools of South Bend. The opening exercises were held last night at tha Flr*t Presbyterian church. Mayor Sohafer of South Bend delivered an address of welcome to which Superln- tendent David K. GOBS of Indianapolis reBponded. B. F. Moore, of Frankfort, the retiring president, made an address as did also the new president H. C. Woody of Kokomo. St. Joseph's Hospital. The preparations for the addition to this popular institution have so far been very encouraging to the Sisters. Mr, S. Caiparis of the Kenneth quarries was so generous as to donate all the stone needed for the basement, 6 oar loads in all. This donation was supplemented by the free transports, tlon of the stone from the quarries to the city which the ran Handle railroad company granted through the kind Intervention of Mr. C. H. Walton, superintendent of the road. The hauling of the stone also wag done free of charge by Messrs, Leonard Wolf and John Baker with the assistance of Wai. Hupp, Walter Oimer and Matt Schneeberger. Mr. J. E. Craln architect, has bad the kindness, to furnish gratia the plans and specifications for the new building. To all these gentlemen the Sisters wish to extend tbelr sincere thanks, . It is most gratifying to them to know that they have such warm hearted benefactors in this com. munity. No doubt the public generally, who have heard of the great good the hospital Is doing will generouBly contribute towards the extension of this institution, which already has secured a warm place in the hearti of the people. The papers will from time to time make known the names of the parties who donate money, material or work towards the new under, taking. B.. HAETMAN. Patron* of Husbandry. Northern Indianlan: L. S. Fitch, of the executive committee of the State Grange of the Patrons of Husbandry, has arrived In Warsaw from his home in Laporte County, to arrange for the meeting of the State Grange in a three days' session beginning on December 10, 1895. Mr. Fitch met Mr. W. P. Ban'zs and Joseph McCleary here Friday members of the local committee. The gathericg will bring to Warsaw quite a largo number of delegates, as well as of the public generally, and as it will be composed of strangers to a large extent, our citizens must extend to the home committee whatever favors they may re quire. M»»on« Attention! At Orient hall tonight the question of whether a Masonic temple shall be built or not will be settled. It Is earnestly desired that all members of the fraternity be present. The committee to whom was entrusted the duty of preparing plans and devising the ways and means for the building of the temple will make their report. It is essential that all shall be present who possibly can be. There will be work in the third degree and also a banquet. By order of the worshipful masters of Tipton and Orient lodges. _ The Bee Hive's spring underwear stock is complete. The new shapes in union suits in all qualities. It Will Pay You To see our new and nobby shapes in Stiff and Soft All the leading makes. Beautiful Effects! Hew Styles! Popular Prices! HARRY FRANK, TO BE> SURB. Temporarily Occupying Fashion Store. WE never misrepresent goods and the people know it. Summer AT 4i8 Market St. iF YOU ARE GOING TO MAKE GARDEN. Landreth & Sons has been 115 years in th EASTER SONDAI. Tlic Day [For Ncir Frocki, Sew Bon nets ami Etpccially fieiv Shoei. How many times we have all heard these words—"I want a new froek, a new hat, and of all things I missi hav« a nice, new pair of stylish shoes for Easter; Of coarse it 13 the one.day of days, that every man, woman and child feels it their duty to wear the very nicest apparel, and do you. know, that no matter how nice the dress or new suit, unless the feet are dressed accordingly, the effect is spoiled. New frock and old shoes—draw the the picture for yourself, and now I will tell you -where yon can find just the kind" of shoes you want. The place where you always fiad the latest styles and the prices are so reasonable that yon will smil« and wonder why you did not go there first initead of looking all over town. And do you know Lincoln Filling has bv far the nicest line of Mien's and ladies' low shoes ever «een in this city and prices to suit all—7fc to $4. He'is offering special inducements for yonr .trade. Pilling sells Columbia Bicycles also; they are too well known to need much comment. occupation of seed growing. George Harrison. 617,623 Broadway. —=——=—S-—=S= Spring Suitings, Spring Overcoatings, Spring Trouserinj Novelties all in waiting for you to comj and select them. If you are hard to pleas] our goods and prices will win you: THE TAILOR. Don't mill the tonight at the opera house. ieric&n songs. well ]m OW n to need »uch comment. , _. Wranglers of Fwia" Filling'! Shoe House, 413 Broadway, 417 Market OT, 31O BBOAOWA.Y. See The Specialists For Chronic and Private Diseases " Deformities. Diseases of Women treated by the new electrical method that hat,, nothing lor consultation. *<^/ . Drs. Christopher &iLongenecker, Atiine MedlcaranflSnrglcalJnstttute. Logansport. Ini I Logangport, Ind.
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