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SALOON KEEPERS MEET and Endorse B. C. D. Mayor. Rend for Any Democrat Doubting .It can KuriiiNliecl WUli Coilvinclug Proof. be We Are Now Prepared to Show You Our Immense Line of Queensware THE GRAND BAZAR, •* • WATCH FOE OUR HANDBILLS. MONEY TO LOAN, o any (ran, at the LOWEST rates. Private fnndi only. Monsy always In .baud. No re 1 tripe or dt- isy. rotaroat and principal payable ID LOBJUHS- port, Special arrangemente us »t> poyamit oJ principal »nd Interest, made to unit t*\e wlahs. ol Borrower. For further particulars npjdy to Fred W. MunsoD, On Mondays, Fridays or Saturdays. 214 Fonrth street, opposite Court Honse. MONEY TO LOAN! And Notes Bought in any sum over |25 at lowest rates. Large amounts 5' par cent. GEO.B.FORGY. ileclSdAwfim F. M. BOZER,-D. D. S. . DENTIST. Office Over J. JHcrz' Tailoring JE*tab- livliinent, 4O9 Market Street. .. aprlldiwtf Daily Journal. TUESDAY, MORNING,. MAY o. The biggest cut in prices on dress goods, at the Bee Hive. Our spring: dress goods must go, no matter how great the sacrifice.—Bee Hive. Don't hunt around town for a good cigar, but bi-y the. .Gondola, D. E. Pryor's is headquarters.' mayodBt Rev.[Dr. Putnam will go to-day to Cincinatti,- where he will- deliver an address before the alumnae of Wentworth Seminary. .--.-• I guarantee that one bottle will cure your face "of pimples, freckles and blackheads. Price, 75 cents, at Keesling's drug s,t.ore. 3_ ,; Mr. and^Mrs.' .C. H. Martin, of In. / dianapolis,. are-in the city visiting ;/ Mrs. Ike Kerlin aid sister Mrs. Ed /" Shaffer, of^the West Side. Last night the Chicago express bore • the remains ^of James Kelly, a Chicago policeman, 'tojlndianapolis. The remains were in charge of an escort of six members of • the Chicago force .- who go to see' their brother officer ! buried. Grand Secretary and Treasurer 'Wm P. Danills of the Order of Railway Conductors, ^visited Logan Div. 110 Sunday. He-was on his way from Indianapolis to^Cedar Rapids. He reports very favorable as to Indianapolis 1 chances for. the permanent head; quarters. '•'.'.'- . ' Mr. Patrick Thuey . and- daughter Mrs. John Swigart of Muncie returned to their home yesterday after attending 1 the funeral of Mr. TV brother, John Thuey'on Sunday. Mrs. Maley of London, 0., sister of the deceased was , also in attendance at,the, funeral, ' returning home yesterday. ; The funeral of John Tuhey SOD day afternoon was conducted under the I, auspices of the Father Mathew Total .Abstinence society, of which the deceased was an honored member for | the past nineteen years, and was very largely attended. . Services were held at St. Vincent de Paul'church by Rev. Campion. The deceased was a soldier in the late war, being a private in Co. K, 35th Indiana. WHAT WAS IT? -•V Hoiv at Democratic Headquarter*. Last nig-ht about 9 o'clock people on the streets were startled by a vigorous blowing' of police whistles from the windows of the Democratic headquarters. A crowd gathered on the outside but no admittance could be gained. At length a hack was summoned and a helpless form was carried into . it and rapidly driven away. Dr. Busjahn and Walter Osmer who came out shortly afterwards refused to say anything about it, and the whole matter is a mystery which may be disclosed today. The Saloonkeepers Association met yesterday afternoon at 3 o'clock at their hall on the third floor over Schwiers shoe store. The meeting was called to discuss the city election and a motion to^indorse B. C. D. Read was made and carried. A prominent member called at once at the Pharos Office and repeated to_ Mr. Louthain tho action taken who seemed pleased with the news. The information let out at that interview was afterwards confirmed and the fact -was also made known that three members refused to abide byQthe decision on account of personal reasons. The vote stood Head 45 Webster S. The concessions which secured this result was a promise that Mr. Read should he so hemmed about that no interference should be possible with the privileges heretofore granted by the Democratic party plantjifc, the According to modern thought such is Nature's law. Jua so in business iife. Centralizing don't forget that there is in them also a vast benefit to the masses to the Greatest number." A vast business under one roof secures to us many advantages over small concerns. If the superior advantages are disastrous to a few, We believe in "The Greatest Good Each of Our 6 Stores (Th r e double floorSj . equal to six ° rdinar r Men's Suits. Dr. Itldpath'M Sciui-CeiiteniilaJ. At John Clark Kidpath's birthday celebration last week at De Pauw University over two hundred writers, all over the United States contributed articles in their own handwriting which were bound in a large album and presented to the Indiana Historian with appropriate ceremonies. A committee then furnished to the press extracts from these letters and among them appears the following- from one of our Logansport citizens. SYMPOSIUM OF PHOSE AND VEESE. Selections made by the committee £rom the poems, letters and prose sketches contributed by the friends of Dr. John Clark Eldpath, to the souvenir presented to him at the celebration la April Tali, 1391. ' arry a ' TRIBUTE, By Judge Daniel p. Baldwin, Logansport Ind. Dear Dr. Ridpath:—I don't know whether you care to be congratulated upon your crossing "the deadline of 50" or not. I think not, for the truth is that you and I came into this world altogether too soon. We shall have to leave itsay, twenty-five years hence, just when it has reached its most interesting place. Think of what has happened since we were boys of say ten years old! In o the saloons. Most of the saloonkeepers admitted last evening that Read had been indorsed but refused to state why. This information. i s not surprising to any one who carefully considers the facts. No one presumed for a moment that the Democratic bosses would take any risk of losing the wing thaffurnishes the party majority and the campaign fund. Someone is to be duped. Who?" Is it you? There is no probability of convincing any Democrat that he is the man who will be taken in, but the Journal gives the facts as they are that no one may vote without a knowledge of the facts. The Journal will have more to say of this later. A CORRECTION. The Knights of Honor (Take Action to Correct a False ImpresMon. EDITOR JOURNAL: Information coming to this lodge that, it has been charged that Weldon Webster was an infidei- we, the Knights ot Honor, refute this charge as he took the oath that he believed in the Supreme Ruler of the universe when he joined this order, otherwise he could cot become a member of the order. Yours in 0 M. A. By order of the Lodge. GGO. W. BLACK, Dictator, ADAM SNIDER, Reporter. Wabash Lodge No. 1831, K. of H. Good style * -, rtQ -[->• ,- . cp 2.0o .Figured worsted Brown stripe 2.74 Genuine Rays. Hair line Nobby plaid.. Indig-o blue... Scotch Plaids.! Black Cheviott Brown checks ....... g , (ALL WOOLO 4-45 4.82 5.00 6.77 6.50 7-5° oo Plain and Figured Cork-screws, Mixtures, Twills, Wide Wales, at. . . .$S.oo, %.oo, $ Riverside Worsted, "Happy Home Make," a written guarantee from the manufac- ;, turer ....... ....................... -...$ Also our celebrated Tailor-Made Clothmo- $ & ' r Children's Suits. Flannel ................. ,-q Plaid Cott Cassimere ..... ' .......... " ' o Mixed Satinet ..... . ...'.''.''' .......... 'f Striped- Casinet. ............ ~| Scotch Wool. . ..... ' ' ' '." '_''_" ........ *' 4 Victory, all wool . . •. . ........... 2 '°% Novelty Goods ........... " ." ' ' , ..... " "§Z Cork-screw -Worsteds . • " " ........ '- "f Imported Worsteds. ' ...... 3 P. C. Suits, upwards of.'.'.'.'.'.'.'" ".*."- 10.00 98c Men's Pants. Good heavy Cassimere, Cottonade, Mole-skin, Dog-skin-, Jeans, including Cone's Boss Pants. All ...... All wool pants, Cork-screw pants, light and dark; Cassimeres, fancy Worsted, stripes and plaids ........ 00 Q The finest Tailor-made pants— all the newest designs—at Reduced Prices. ^* Boy's Suits. Add from $i to $2 to above suit prices/atS cording to quality and make, and you -have the price of a Boy's Suit, or Young.Mau's Suit. ' This Department, for the greater convenience of our patrons, has been brought down on the first floor. • Nellie Ely and Stanley Caps ____ . 480 Boy's Jockey, Cadet, Polo, worth 500 for i 5 c Boy's Shirtwaists. Deatli of an old Resident. Mrs. Mary A. Burns, of the North Side one;of Logansport's oldest citizens died at the home of Mr. John Jackson, last evening at 5 o'clock, aged 89 years. Mrs. Burns was visiting at the home of Mr. Jackson last Tuesda and was taken so sick that she cou not be taken home. .Her illness wa beyond the cope of medical skill am she died last evening. The remain were taken to the home of her son Alonzo. Burns on tho North Side las evening. An announcement of th time of the funeral and a more ex tended notice of the given later. deceased will b Good Looks. Goods looks are more than skin deep, [depending upon a healthy condition of tall the vital organs. .Jf the liver be (inactive, you have a-bilious look, if f'your stomach'be disordered you have a 1 dyspeptic 'look, and -if your kidneys be affected you have a-.pinched look. Secure good heall;h::and : ;:you will have I good looks. .Electric ^Bitters is the I great alterative and tonic acts • directly I on these vital organs. Cures pimples, I blotches, boils.and gives .a, good, com-. IplexioD. Sold at .B. ' *F.' : Eeesling's [drufi 1 store, 50o.."per bottle. : '. - .4 ' ; Commendable. All claims not^. consistent, with... the bigh character ;'of;Syrupi o'f.Figs; are 1851 there was no all-reaching doc- trinewhich to-day is working revolution in nearly every department of human thoughts. There was no telephone or audiphone. The new chemistry, geometry and the laboratory method of teaching wore then unknown. George Elliott, Charles Darwin, and Herbert Spencer had not been heard of forty years affo. Life /or the last fifty years has been very interesting, but nothing to what it will be for the next century. In tkis view I hate to see my friends growing old. I have a liking for this sardonic, selfish, quarrelsome, yet friendly, and to those whom it likes, lovable, old world of ours. Not that I distrust the future, for among the new theological departures 'is the growing belief that God ' will not be less lovable and kind in the next world than in this. I congratulate you upon having up to date taken a manly part in this life and in improving our common-Hoosier vineyard. You have inade Greencastle, Asbury, DePauw known and honored names at home and abroad. Probably a letter addressed to you from almost any part of the United , r-fcTwr-nv •EMV-T*'*.^.^ States withoutlocal direction would at *-W-V-tV -tWVJOY® once reach you. This i 3 the highest Both the method and results ,,^ m compliment I can pay you. Syrnp of Figs is taken; it is pleasant We keep the best wine for - the end — J — r —-'--• - • r of the feast. May/this be so in .your May your last thirty years your most fruitful and jour best. DAATEL P. "BALDWIN. refreshing to the taste, and act? gently yet promptly on Liver and Bowels, cleanses tne .Women's Shoes. Carpet Slippers <g Oxford Ties, diamond tip Button Dress, diamond tip Bright Grain Button " Fine Dongola Button, Soled ....'.'.' Fine'Bengal Patent Leather trimmed. .'.'.' Fine Amazon, warranted \ French Satin Kid '.'.'.'.'.' The Celebrated "Otto" ....••••... Shoes, a new pair for every pair that don't wear well. 25 1.29 1.49 1.98 2.50 The Greatest S; continued. Je on these Goods will be 1,000 pairs of Child's Knee Pants. • made from remnants by the Thomas Pants Co., this worth up to $i. Choice.. city, 25c Men's Shoes. Soled Plow Shoes, buckle S Kip Plow Shoes, sewed Fine Dress'Shoes, extra FOR $1.25 All of our odds and ends, single pairs, fine Veal Calf, Button, Congress and Lace, worth up to ' e A great bargain, if you can be fitted, for. . . Also a line of the celebrated Burts and shoes, Cordovan, Calf and Patent Leather. .98 1.22 .98 3-00 1.25 Otto I also closed out a lot of odds and ends in Jeans. Cotton Pants, Union Cassimere Pants for men atd>-| f\f\ half price. All $2 pants for.. tj>l. V/U Boy's. Harvest Hats Best Harvest Hats .'.'.".'.','.' Summer coats and vests worth $1.50 for. Flannelette Shirts Finest in the land IOC 690 250 j. ILJV.OI. in LIIC iciuu Cnr* Undershirts '' ""' ;?„„ Black dress shirts. 2 5 C 50C White Vests-Fancy Vests AT HALF PRICE. Trunks and Valises REDUCED. Linen Collars, -6 for. Linen Cuffs, 3 for KRAUS, "Of Course." Logansport, - - - Indiana. tern effectually, dispels colds, headaches and fevers and cures habitual constipation. Syrup of Figs is tl« ° nl 7 eme <M; of its kind ever pro, Confirmation Service*. At St. Vincent de'Paul church. Sunday 135 persons were confirmed, at I cetitariln in tJ,^ of,,""' C~"" ^' S, Bridget's church about*, and at S^i^ndl^SeS^ " Joseph's church over 100., The Lffects, prepared only fromtl ^_ confirmatjon servipesMvere contacted, healthy Ad 'agreeable substances, its -in all three churches by Bishop Bad- many excellent qnalitiea commend it emacherof Louisville, Bishop D wen- to. all- and have made it the most gar being to ill to attend. The Bishop popular, remedy known. conducted the services at St. Vincent's byrup of Figs is for aaJe In 50c in the morning, at St.'Bridget's at Uad $1 bottles by all leading drng- 1:30 and at St Joseph's at 3 o'clock, j 8> s t8. Any reliable druggist who Dr. CORBETT, V. V. S. A veterinary surgeon ot many years experience Is nowpermanently located at DieUs Livery Stable 209 Market street, Logansport, Ind.- Dr. Corbett will be pleased to waitupon all who may favor nlmwltb a call. , apr22d<fcwlm DR. E. -M. HATCH, Physician ana Surgeon, Office, McCaffreyLBlock Broadway Cor. Sixth St. Residence, 1122JHIgli Street, Logansport, Ind. aprld&wSmj cleansing the system effectually, but-j went yesterday to • Grass Creek and &t is not a cure-all and makes no pre- Kewanna where he confirmed a class tensions! that everv " botitle w "l not | at each place and he will go thence.to Substantiate. - p ort Wayne to yisit Bighop substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYFtUP CG SAH FRANCISCO, C-fli. LOUISVILLE, KY. K FW YOIC. « • ForsalebyB.y.Xeesltagaod all :rjggjsts. Pianos Tuned, $1.50 For the purpose ot Introducing mr work, to the musical .people of Logansporc f-Lave reduced my price lor. tuning Pianos. 42.50 to Sl.SQ. I also Keep on hand a full suppl; of repairing material Pianos -repollshed, wstrung, new nammars, tone regulated, action rewaltecf, the touch changed heavy or Ilgtt. First-class worlc. S3 years experience. Orders by mall or left at Allen Richardson ,s, 414 Fourth Street- Organs as above. marlld3.n IT. ». CAPHOJT. ' TRY BEEF, WINE and IRON, As a Tonic. Sold by H. C. PDRCBLL, Druggist, ; 418 Market Street, Near Pearl.