'- ;: ''•'"'.-' :; ."> : '"•"'"••'• '-'"Y-^^^^-^ All $1 and $1.25 Kid Gloves only 49 Cents. All $1.50 and $2 Kid Gloves only 74Cents. GOLDEN RULE, W. D. PRATT, Trustee. JOSEPH SXtJMBAUGH ESCAPED FROM Atf OFFICER While Being Taken From the J*i to the Court Jlou.e Where a Jar) M«d Bee* Empueletf to Try Him on the Charge of Lireenj-—He WM Fonnd lo an Ice Cheat Xear a Saloon And HIM Trial Will Proceed Thin Hornlnc. COIN'S FINANCIAL SCHOOL. FOOLESONO BROS. Undertakers and Embalmers And Retail Dealers in JFURNITURB Qf all Kinds and UPHOLSTERING. 424 BROftDWflY. < ii lie Promptly Attended to Dayor Ni^ht. Phone No 99. THE FINEST LINE OF SPRING SUITINGS To be Found in the City at W D CRAIG'S ^428 BROADWAY :#nd Floor. Justice Block. DAILY JOURNAL THURSDAY MORNING. APRIL 11 KROEGER & STRAIN, Undertakers and Embalmers, 613 Broadway. WANTED! REAL ESTATE. •Wanted, Cheap Cottagw YorSale. <want>M LuM nn 1 Acres for Sale, i 'Wantod Small Rumi rot Sale. Wantrtd Buame.w Blocks For sale. «ww»t«d to Kxcbunge Iarm* for Cltr Property. Wanted Merchandise to TMde (or Tiumt. -JDDKK33 M. M. GOHUON. Spr> Block Loguupoit. Indians. DR. F. M. BOZER'S DENTAL PARLORS. • -• <-, >r,=> vatkmali Bank, Lo.vjMnsport, Ind. fl. E. TRUAX, M. D. Bpodal attention girwi to No**, Long, Llrer ind Chronic Diseucu. Olloe and Residence over State National Btnk. loon 10 lo 13 . m., JtcHp.m.,indT to 8 p.m. Ill tall* promptl} attended. MONEY TO LOAN! On Hottsw* 8«nilty:«t 6, 1 aad 8 par cent. MONK* TO JLOAN. •On HortiroRMi Security andeMftUonthl} par* •ecu. Consult J. T. COCKBTJRN, [Boom* 2 unit S Spry BoUdln*. WANTED TO SELL The North Street House on North street between Sen and 6th street. Will be sold on reasonable terms. <*tddr«st, MRS. CHA8. MARKLE, Hartford City, Ind. BE WHABBESS SHOP. 1 have moved nrv harness and •••saddlery shop to 028 Twelfth street, ^rhere 1 will turn out the best' goods (for tue leaht money. GEO, W. FOSTER, Natural gaa bills for April DOW due and payable. All sample capes delivered today— Trade Palace. Royal Ruby Wlno at Johnston's drug •tore. Try it. All kinds of screen doors made to order at Banna's. Three rooms and garden for rent at 1504 High street. Work was begun yesterday on the new water works race wall. See tho 10.cent mitts just, opened at the Trade Palace glove counter, John Gepplnger, who has been sick for four months, ia now able to bo out. Miss Etha Maseena has been ill with inflammatory rheumatism for a week. Royal Ruby Wine, the purest and beet spring tonic at Johnston's drug store. J. D. Allison, who has been Bick for some time, IB again at work at the S. N. towor. William Bevan is making Improvements at his North street residence property. Natural gas bills for April now due and payable at the company's office on Pearl street. Lew Shurte has not resigned hi position with the Metropolitan Li! Insurance company aa w«e reported Jay Brown ia said to be eerloual; sick at the home of hli brother-in- law, Fin Freahonr of Clay township Miss Lucy Glinca is again at her post as night operator at the Centra Union Telephone station after a week's vacation. Come early this morning and jet first ohoioe of £00 sample capes from the largest manufacturer in thli coun- 'try—Trade Palace. The ladles of the W, R. C. will give a coffee at Mm. A. F. Stukey'a Friday afternoon, April 12, from 3 to 6 o'clock. The public cordially Invited. A coffee will be given by the Woman'* Relief Corps at the residence of Mr*. Frank Stukey, Friday afternoon, from S to 6 o'clock. Everybody in. vitod. Indianapolis Newe: T. J. Legg of Logansport. supreme representative of the Independent Order of Foresters, last night delivered an addreis on Forestry In the Engineer's hall. A new court of Foresters wa» Instituted. It will pay you well when wanting life or accident Insurance, to lee the agent of the Travelers Insurance Co., of Hartford Conn. Don't Insure until you get the Travelers rate. If you do you will miss It, They have ft lootl agent in Logaasport. Saturday night, April 20th, at the Second Regiment armory, Lake Front Chicago, "StraDgler 1 Evan Lewis and 'Farmer" Burns will wrestle, lest three in five falls, no holds barred, for the heavy weight championship of the world, $1, COO aside and the entire; gate receipts. j A. Query From M Header u to the LI tile Man'a Doctrine Answered. The Journal baa received the following: EDITOR JOUKNAL:— Will you kindly state in tomorrow's Issue in what way Coin's Financial School IB a counterfeit I have read the book and must confess that I thought it had a gen« ulne silver ring 1 lo it and I. want to know in what way I have been misled. W. L. STEELE.. There Is no question as to Coin's attitude on the silver question: The Journal's comment did not go to the matter of his belief but to his methods No euch school exists or existed. - His conversations with distinguished men in which be makes them weaklings and himself an intellectual giant are entire fabrications, Ingeniously enough constructed to deceive readers who are not accustomed to question that sort of oom position. From, a leading paper is quoted the following: "I think" said a well known citizen yesterday, "when the tens of thousands of people who have been reading Coin's book come to realize that the meetings which he claims to have held, in which he confounded such men as Medill, Gage and o.thers with the questions and hie answers that he has Actually put words into the mouths of men who have not spoken and has declared that the people attending hia meetings expressed the greatest amazement and gratification in regard to his statements—when it comes to be known that these meeting* were never held and that the things he relates as facts never took plaoe-they. will lose faith in the book because, of the Imposition upon them by its author." But the greatest objection is to the author's frequent mlsstatementa. For instance on the first page he pretendg to quote from a report of the United States Monetary Commission of 1878. No Buoh matter appeared in the. report of 187S and Harvey, the author, writes that it was 1876 that was Intended. Tne report of 1S76, to use the words of another, contains some of the language but not all. The pretended quotation, after describing the effects of the reduction in the volume of metallic currency during the dark ages, says: ''The discovery of the naw world by Columbus .restored the volume of precious metals, brought with it rising prices," This is not in the report.- The pretended quotation also jumps over eleven lines of the report which go to show that Joseph.Stumbaugh who was recent* ly indicted with Lewis Porter on a charge of stealing, and again indicted separately, yesterday made three efforts to escape from the fostering care of the authorities. His case was begun In the circuit court and when he was taken to the court room by Sheriff Homfeurg he made two attempts to give the officer the slip. Me was closely watched, however, and given to understand that he would not be allowed to go alive, and quieted down for a time. About 5 o'clock in the evening he was given a slender opportunity to make off in the direction of freedom, and he grabbed at the chance. Ed Black, the bailiff, wbo had been ordered by the court to take Stumbaugh from the jail to the tribunal, grabbed for him, but Joseph had flitted out through the sheriff's reception room and was making foot prints about eight feet apart down the alley towards the railroad. Black had no revolver, and as a sprlater he was not nearly the success that Stum, baugh was, and it seemed that Lewis Porter would have a running mate in the person of his old neighbor and fellow prisoner. Some one who had seen Stumbaugb at Hildebrandt's saloon on Third street soon afterward told deputy sheriff John Smith, where he could be found, and that officer succeeded in locating him. He was at the rear of the liquor store, and had to be extracted from a deserted ice chest, in which he had hidden himself. He -was captured without any trouble and Bald that he intended to return. Whether he took the little jaunt for mere pleasure cr for the exercise, ia cot known. The officers- admit that if Joseph had struck across the country at the gait ha was going when he commenced his trip, he ffould have had very good chances for liberty. The case will come up at 9 a. m., today. The jury has bsen secured. An effort was mada yesterday by the State to have the case continued on account of the sickness of a witness. MIRf\GLES Have Come Again. Impossibilities become Possibilities and t e world looks on ia wonder and astonishment, while we clo%, our eyes to loss, and sacrifice our legitmate profits. v|l We are unable to get possession of our new etore in time, and in order to save labor, we will slaughter OUR ENTIRE STOCK Prior to Removal. Children's spits from 98c up ilen's Cheviot suits from |5 up Children's pants, 35o Boy's Suits, long pants, from $3 up Men and Boy's long pants, 50o lien's ribbed shirts and drawers, 35o A New Line of Hats! And caps' neckwear and gloves just received and all go at Slaughter Prices. Can you ask for a more Opportune Opportunity? HARRY FRANK, TO BB SURE,. ALL THE LATEST[STYLES IN Summer Suitings m AT 4i8 Market St. An agreement was entered into by which the evidence given by the wit. nees, Mrs. Sarab Farmer, before the grand jury, will be read as testimony at the trial, and the case will proceed. HEM, HUMBUG, HUH! causes than the reduction of metallic currency may have contributed to the stagnation of the dark ages, and that the introduction of bills of exchange and paper currency certainly contributed to the revival. Theae eleven Hies of the report are omitted because they did not suit the author's purpose, and an entire sentence of his own Is substituted. The Journal could cite other In-, stances but this is sufficient to sustain • its advice that readers of Coin's Fin. anclal school should be on guard lest they be deceived. The people of tie United States need a currency ample for present needs, elastic enough for emergencies, stable and intrinsically worth one hun» dred cents on the dollar. There it no reason why such a d«sideration can not be attained by the use of. gold and silver and the Journal expects to see he Republican party solve ,the ques- ion satisfactorily as it has all other rreat national questions submitted to t. If the people will give H steady ,nd unwavering support again • next ear the financial que»tloa will be olved to the satisfaction of the .great mass of American voters. 'hey strolled along, the broad parade, John Jones and pretty Miss Maria. Snmple Shoos Always Small Sizes 3, 3J and 4 and Narrow Widths A. andB. Don't be mislead good people by 'the sample shoe fake business. Any .shoe man will tell you that traveling other | men's samples are small sizes and al- IF YOU ARE GOING TO MAKE GARDEN. It'wlll pay you to be particular as to whose seeds you buy. We are now in the market wich a full line of Landreth's seeds for th» season of 1805, aod I wish to say to the uardeners and others using seeds, that while Landretb's seeds may be a little higher price then some others they are always fresh, clean and true to name, and as we handle no other seeds eicept those grown by Landretb. & Sons of Philadelphia our customers may rely on uretting nothing but the very best. I believe that the cost of tbe seeds is nothing compared to the crop, and when a person has the trouble to pur out a garden, he should use nothing but the very beat. We handled Lundreth's seeds for four years and have never heard a Binglo complaint; in fact., our customers unhesitatingly pronounce them perfect in ever particular, and as an evidence of this fact, we have almost the entire trade of all the gardeners around Logansport as well as many from a< distance. Our trade has increased on this particular Hoe of poods more than tenfold since we have been in the business? We also have a full line of garden tools and iield seeds. Remember that the firm of Landretb. & Sons has been 115 years in tho occupation of seed growing. George Harrison. 617,623 Broadway. Your teeth are awful. John,"shesaid; "Why don'.t you buy the besutifier? ee mine! How white! ,Yes» 'tis my wont To polish them with SOZODONT." ways narrow widths, every shoe man in town has BO called sample aboes, job lots, old styles, etc. Compare so called simple shoe prices with our prices on regular goods. Wu ao not call them samples but good honest goods for the prioe which we make a profit on. Copy from a sample shoe ad: Ladies Dongola Kid Oxford slippers. Guaranteed solid leather Our price.65c. Meng lace or cong. shoes.Solid as a rock and worth twlee as much iso they say.] Oar prioe 900. Boys calf lace shoes. . Wear lik* iron, worth twice as much [so they say,] Our price I5c. Childrens fine kid spring heel shoes. Made to sell for 75 cents.... 'Our prioe 45o. Ladies fine kid dress shoes. Pioadilly or square toe. You've to A fin paid $2.50 for 'ernfso they Jhl An say, but you never have]... T* 1 '"** Onr price $1.15. Pilling: the shoe man knocks them all on good (roods at low prices, 413 -Broadway, Logansport, Indiana. N. B.—t»o and get your souvenirs then come to as lor year shoes and you wdn't have to pay for the souvenir.' 98c 75c 48c Spring Suitings, Spring Overcoatings, Spring Trouserings, Novelties all in waiting for you to come and select them. If you are hard to please our goods and prices will win you. PIERCE, THE TAILOR. 310 BJtOADWAY. If yon-want your lace curtains to look the same as new, send them to "us for laundrying. A long experience in this line of -work enables us to guarantee satisfaction. CA3TPBELL BROS.", 429 Market St. See The Specialists For Chronic and Private Diseases and Deformities. Diseases of Women treated by the new electrieal method that h*f .32 given wonderful results. Don't forget that their vapor treatment for all Chronic Lung Troubles frets the remedies to the diseased spots and cores when ""* everything else fails. Call ard investigate anyway. It costs you , nothing (or consultation. Drs. Christopher & Longenecker, AtiThe Meilcal.ana Surgical,Institute. 417 Market St. - - Logansport. Ind.
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