Easter Kid Gloves All $1 and $1.25 Kid Gloves only 49 Cents. All $1.50 and $2 Kid Gloves only 74 Cents. GOLDEN RULE, W. D. PRATT, Trustee. TOUR NAME IS PRIST. 1 t item* of • Ferconal Character Concerning Ito(«naporten and Their Frienas. In the city yesterday: F. C. Morris of Kokomo. S N. Stevens ol Plymouth. E. P. Doming of Frankfort A. P. Vurplllat of Winamac. J. B. Runkle of Royal Center. J. M. Chapman of Crawfordsvllle. John Merryweather of Greenoastle. Harry Gray and G. B. Davis is Gal- veetOD, FOOLESONO BROS. Undertakers and Embalmers And Retail Dealers in JFURNITURE Of all Kinds and UPHOLSTERING. 424 BROflDWflY. Phone No 99. Calls Promptly Attended to Day or Ni?ht. DAILY JOURNAL THE FINEST LINE OF SPRING SUITINGS To be Found in the City at W D CRAIG'S 428 BROADWAY 2nd Floor. Justice Block. KROEOER & STRAIN, Undertakers and Embalmers, 013 Broadway. WANTED! REAL ESTATE. Wanted, Cheap Cottages ForSMe. Wanted Lots nntJ Acres For Sale. Wanted Small Itemi For Sale.,. siness Blocks For^Sale. J. M. McKINSEY, General Fire, Life and Accident Insurance. Money to Loan in Small Amounts. 412 BROADWAY. SUNDAY MOKNING, APRIL 14 About K»«l«r EBC* The egg as a symbol of Easter Is recognized as representing the Idea of Christ entombed and hia coming forth afier a certain time. The Idea ol t*aily decorating the eg-gs tbat very properly are offered at this time IB not clearly located as the Origin or nativity. Thore ia, however,a eweet mean. ing in the pleasant custom of giving and accepting Easter eggs, ibat is not wholly lost on those w.ho join in its observance. There IB certainly nothing to be said ugalnst the Faster egg. There are few who do not remember seeing with interest at Easter the coloring of a favorite shade or color. It is true the pretty custom has little meaning for children, but as the story of ChrUt arisen la told in connection with the simple truth of the coming to life of the egg, it is more easily impressed on the mind of the youth. It Is thought the egg has been identified with the observance of Easter since far back in the days of the Teutons, and that Martin Luther was a supporter of the symbol. NEW HARNESS SHOP. I biwe moved my harness and saddlery shop to 626 Twelfth street, where 1 will turn oat the best] Roods for the least money. GEO. W. FOSTER, fl. E. TRUAX, M. D. apodal attention gtwn to Nose, Long, Ltwc vnd Chronic Dlseve*. Offlw and RestdenoooTer State National Bank. 100W10W12 ;ra.,2to4p.n»..«nd7to8 P. m. Ill taUs promptly attended. COCKBURN BROS. ane, to L™ ***«* ° D *»" -W* Write Fire, Llf». AccUent. PUte Glass and -M«wriiej>i ' Toniadci insurance • Buy nml Sell Keal E.itato Call am! See Cs, W OfllceR«on».2 aud S Spry Building. WANTED TO SELL The North Street House on North re.MRS. Royal Ruby Wine at Johnston's drug store. Try it. Dr. E. H. Grace, Dentist, scientific treatment of teeth. Ellas Winter has the finest line ol shoes In the city. Grand reduction on capes this week at the Trade Palace. As per price list only this week, see Otto's advertisement. Miss Treat will sing at the Broadway M.. E. church this morning. New hats, scarfs, collars and fancy percale shirts, 50c—Harry Frank. Ice Cream—Thompson's Huntlntfton cream at Felker's West Side Bakery. Royal Ruby Wine, the purest and best spring tonic at Johnston's drug store. This week will be a hummer on silks and dress goods if low prices will do it—Trade Palace. BenFieher, the druggist, has the agency for Munyon's remedies. A full line always on hand. See the lovely goods at the Trade Palace, nothing like it ever before. Don't miss securing some of them. Herman Stern's funeral will be held at 2 p. m. today from the family residence. The Masons will have charge. The building of two $1,000 cottages on Pratt street has been let to Scott Stalnakerby Mrs. Bridget McKeever. Jay Crown of Harrison township, who is said to be afflicted with dropsy, Is reported to be in a dangerous condU tlon. Manager MoNary announces that the stieet cars with open trailers will run to the park this afternoon If the weather is favorable. There will be a memorial service at the Home of the Friendless from 4 to 5 o'clock this afternoon, led by Mrs. Gerry. The public ii» cordially invited. Chief engineer H. H. York of Long Cliff, " spending a few days vacation at IndianapolU. Assistant F. A. Updegraff i» filling hii position during hit absence. The rush of Easier ii over. We hope our many patrons are well pleas ed with their gowns. Monday we will devote our attention to wash goods and summer fabrics. *ur dl»pl%y will be all that you will, expect—The Busy Bee Hive. It will pay you well when wanting life or aocldint insurance, to see the agent ol the Travelers Insurance Co., of Hartford Conn. Don'l Insure until you get the Travelers rate- If you do you will miss tt. They have a local affent in Logansport. Crowded to the doors was the popu lar Sample shoe store all day jester day. Their Easter opening was a grand affair and hundreds were de lighted with their bargains and hand some souvenirs. Will continue tomor row. Call for a souvenir—Boston Sample Shoe Co., 322 Fourth street. "The Girl 1 fcett Behind Me." "The Girl I Left Behind Me'' will be seen at the opera house for the first time on Monday April 22d. The piece is a border drama without the usual blood and thunder. There is a most exciting war scene but there is comparatively no noise. The firing of volleys Is all in the distance. No one ie startled or alarmed, and the audience is not choked with gun powder and smoke. There are many.ner- ous persons who will not go to see a war plav because they do not like UQE. There is nothing ol the : :old aehioned military drama about the ew play. .The nolee and tumult of attle are vividly suggested, and the xoltement produced is intense; but here IB no firing of guns or pistols, n writing this play for one of New York's most fashionable aud exclusive udienees. Messrs. Balasoo and 'yles knew what they were about, 'oople do not want to be deafened. To T«xp»yer«. The County Treasurer's office will JB open this weak day and evening tp accommodate railroad men and others. This Is the last week for. the payment of taxes. B. F. KEESLING, Treasurer. Most beautiful shoes at Otto's. No charge. Sorely •way to keep your An Easy Way to Clean Tnn and Black Shoes. What-is there that "spoils the appearance of a'nioe dress or suit more ;han a dirty or rusty pair of (shoes. The way to 'keep them looking nice is to have Filling's artist jslean them for you. It is the easiest shoes nice. We will clean yoar rubbers and, shoes, and polish them free of charge. We keep a. man who is an artist at the business, expressly for the work. Ladies and gentlemen, boys an* girls all are -welcome to free shines as often as yon / want them providing you. are Filling's customers. If we forget to give you a shine card ask for it, we assure yon, you are welcome. LlHC W. PlLTilNG. : 412 Broadway. The Columbia single tube tire aeems to have established a record for holding air. A Toledo rider reports that his tire was pamped up in Oct., 1893, and did not need to be inflated again until April. H, 1S94. Barely that tire knew bow to hold its own. See samples at LING. W. FILLING'S, Shoe House, 412 Broadway. If you want your lace curtains to look the same as new, send tbein to us for laundrying. A long experience in this line of -work enables us to guarantee satisfaction. Judge N. O. ROBS ii transacting business at Chicago. Miss Maggie Halpln will spend Sunday In Lafayette. Joseph Llnvllle Is at Montpeller. Ohio, on business. Walter J. Uhl and wife are at Warsaw for a short visit- Horace Stanley came home this morning from Chicago, Col Kobert Cromer has gone to Cincinnati on business. Chris Joannerette, the ice man is at Cincinnati on business. Ivan Shade has returned from a trip to Dolpbiand Monticello. Otis McCracken is here from Koko, mo for a visit with friends. John J. Sheerln has returned from Pitisburg after a business visit. F. A. Miller of Peru will spend Sunday in the city the guest of friends. Miss Minnie Prange is here from Indianapolis for a visit with friends. J. B. Stanley is at Booneville conducting a temperance revival meeting. Miss Ida Clifton and Miss Goldsmith of Peru are the guests of friends here. Mrs. Attle McElwaln is expected home today from De Funlak Springs, Fla. Frank Markley came home yesterday from Milwaukee fora visit with his parents. The Misses Nettle and Fannie Crawford are at Peru to spend Sunday with friends. Jack Long of Noble township, Is preparing to move to southwestern Missouri. A. C. Brloe was hero yesterday from Terre Haute looking after business interests, Mies Lena Kimener has returned from Oeoatur where she spent the winter months. Mme. Watson left on a business trip to Cincinnati this morning to remain until Wednesday. Mrs, Wm. Grisley, who has been visiting several days at Indianapolis, has returned home. Al Martin of Clinton township has left his home for a trip to New Mexico In search of health. Mrs. V. T. Wysong on her way lo Montioello from Walton, was here jes- terday for a short vlait. Mrs. M. Parmenter is here from Wabashfora visit over Sunday with her brother, S. H. Hendee. SIg. Friedman has resigned his position with J. Herz and will accept a similar one with Carl Keller. Mrs. E. Clevlnger of Union C'ty, wh» has been visiting her BOD, L. R. Clevenger, returned home yesterday. A. R. Morris came over Jrom Peru Friday for a visit with friends. Mr. Morris is advance agent for Wallace's circus. Mrs. S. E Mulholland has gone to Omaha. Mr. Mulbolland, who accompanied her as far as Chicago, returned home yesterday. Mrs. Julia Erwin of DeMotte, Ind., Grand Offerings In Men's, Boy's and Children's SUITS., Underselling everybody because the styles are all original and the makes are all our own. That's the reason we are underselling everybody. Men's Scotch suits. $5; Men's Clay Worsted Suits, $5; Boy's Scotch suits, up to 19 years, $3.50; Children's suits, 2 to 14 years, 98 cents. Nobby Reefer suits, $2.50. See north show window at the Fashion Store. Everybodycordially invited. HARRY FRANK, TO BE> SURB. Logansport, Delphi, Flora.. 1895 SPRING 1895 We take Pleasure in Announcing the Arrival of Our Spring Suitings! And we feel justly proud ia 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. ;429 Market St. is visit her sister, Mrs. F. P. Jackson. She is on her way to Tennessee where ghe expects to locate. Robert Johnston and family of Eagle, Colorado, arrived In the city yesterday afternoon for a two months' visit with Mr. Johnston's friends. Harry G. Wilson, has returned from a business trip to California, and is in the city for a short visit. Mr. Wilson was formerly superintendent of theCass county schools. Sam Patch of Lincoln, Ind., was in theoity yesterday. He had a long talk with Mayor McKee on the quw tion of intemperance yesterday morning and was asked to contribute. A Gr«at Church ConY»»Uon. Amocgthe great conventions that will visit Logansport this year, the Presbyterian Synodical meeting In September 1« one of great importance, not §o much on account of the number in attendance, though It will be large as for the reason that the members o the synod or State meeting are repres entatlve brainy men. The funeral ol little Clara Stolz daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Barney Stolz, will be held at 3 p. m. today from the residence on Twenty-firs street, and at* o'clock from St. Vln cent de Paul's church. Not S Of what you don't want but a full stock of Desirable Shoes At WALKER & RrtUOH. Where quality is our first object at prices to make them GO. 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. S10 BBOA0WAY. See The Specialists For Chronic and Private Diseases and Deformities. Disease, of Women treated by the new electrical method thmt bw nothing for consultation, . Drs. ChristopHer & Longenecker, AtiThc Medlcal-.and Surolcal.lnstttute. 417 Market St. - - Logansport. Ind.
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