We Are Now Prepared to Show You Our Immense Line of Queensware. THE GRAND BAZAR, WATCH FOR OUR HANDBILLS, MONEY TO LOAN, D any nun »t the LOWEST ratos. Private taodl 0017, Mocey slwnys In baud. No re 1 tape or d«> My. Interest and principal payable In Logan*port. Special arrangements as to payment ol principal and Intercut, made to gnlt t\e wlsheiol borrower. For further particulars apply to Fred W. Munson, On Mondays, Fridays or Saturdays. 21-4 Fourth street, opposite Court House. MONEY, GtenersI IBBUTIUIO* and Loini. All kinds ot In- •nrsnoe plaood In nrBt class companies. Endowment policies ptirohued. Bonds of roretysL. written (Or parties holding poalttent of truM where » bond is required. ai» PEARL"ST.. S. M. Closso n MONEY TO LOAN! And Notes Bought In any sum over |25 at lowe rotes. Large amounts 6 per cent. GE0.B.FORGY. WMf BOZER, D.- D, S, ,,„;;.,,;.- . DENTIST, Office OTor jr. Horx'Tailoring Extnb- IlMlimcnt, 4O9 market Street. ,' ; ;• aprlldifcwtf Journal, TH^SDAT.MQB^ING. MAY 7. George W. JJunk departed yesterday on a -two weeks business trip into Kansas. * I guarantee that one'J)bttle wilt "cure your face • of pimples, freckles and ; blijcclcijteads." '''Ence;; ,75' cents, at Keesling's-', dnigjstbrer'f'-"-;-?''^; '8— .; The funeral of; Mrs. Tucker, of the ; SbirilK'Sicle,- .^n-takei-.place from 'the; TJnitedJBretherii ^church: at. 2 p'. m. to-: day; seVyices hy, ; JReV;"Butler. •' •r-Che: long advertising train of: the Aultman-Taylor company ""will pass through the.^eityat:.noon -, to-day in- ?teacL ; of yesterday as'announced. ;'•' Mr: and Mrs. T. J. r McDonald will depart',tp.-day -.for". Olympia, Wash,, they reaving-: decided to make their tome in' that .far: away .city. . 'May success m.eejt thern;in s th'eir new home. ; Mr. and Mrs.- .Tillman and family of DallaSj Texas'; are the_ guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Mandel and other friends in the city, en route to Europe where they will spend the., summer. ' Mr.,and Mrs.^Nicholas; Smith ;have mo.ved to Flora where Mr, Smith will enter into business in the .hardware and tin line with>his son Frank who, is doing a prosperous business at that place. •.; • . -•••'. ' ' '.-.•'. !••-. The work of tearing down and build-, ing anew on the site of the Wheatland; street M. E. church is going rapidly oh. : 'The new church edifice ''will • be one of the handsomest :in the city ..when completed. J.vU. Stanley's temperance meetings at Adamsbpro this week continue with Much interest and many ; are signing the temperance pledge as a result of hia earnest "'exhortations.... J The. ;meetings will close Sunday.,night. The Epwprth'league of., the Broad. way. M. E. oh urch. and. the ; ' Wheatland -.'street J& ^E."church will celebrate: the ,;aimiv£rsary','a£ihfe T :' Broadway." M. E. ;'-;church'-nert -Sunday'eTehing. The • services:will be instructive and inter- Preserved in Alcohol. Wabash Plain Dealer: Two young men named Brothers, residing near Roann, were, fired out ol a saloon at that place by the proprietor last Saturday night. The pair were very much how-come-you-so, and at a wobbly gait they started east on the Wabash railroad track. Half a mile from town they became so very tired that.it was agreed to,He down and rest until moi-ning One of the revelers was discreet enough to get out on the -right of way to take his nap but the other, with the characteristic recklessness of the individual who carries a big jag, selected the softest spot in a rail for his pillow', and with his legs comfortably stretched across the opposite rail, just in the proper ' : position to be neatly hashed up by a. locomotive, he passed into dreamland. At midnight the first section of an east bound freig-bt iraia came thundering up,. the pilot struck the intoxicated slumberer, and pushed and rolled' him into the ditch, the engin-, eer catching a glance of the form as it settled down ia the mud. At Laketon-junction he wired the crew of tke second section to look out for a dead man east of ;Roann, and when the engine of the following train was abreast of the ' 'corpse" the engineer, stopped and all. hands'," got off to gaze at the remains. . To the surprise of everybody the : dead" man, partially sobered up by the shock, yet dazed by the half dozen lanterns, sat up and asked where he wafe. 'The circumstances^ £the accident were related and the' corpse" launched out in a tirade of! profane abuse Of the train Inbn; denied that he was drunk and that he had; been hit by a locomotive, and ex- 1 plained ihat his scratches and bruises, were received - in a fight. The dis-: justed- railroad, -men put him on his feet, aroused his brother, and turning the toes:pf the inebriates toward the woods,- told 'em to skip or they would ind it wasn't even then too late to be minced. Next day the ' Brothers showed up in Koann, apparently as healthy and happy as ever, and with their capacity for bad whisky undr; mrnished. Hytnenlal. Rochester Sentinel: ' At high noon to-day Mr. M.--O. • Enyart, of Fulton and Mi.ss"JAinni'e Wildermuth will be joined'inr.fioly..wedlock at the bride's •home, isight miles southwest of the city, Rev.' Wm.' Wi'lderrhut'n 'officiating. - Guests - have, 'already arrived from ' Indianapolis,"; Ebrt^"Wayne and •Logansport and-several will-drive out ^ffom'this'city:''' Immediately after the ceremony. ;.a ^wedding feast., will, be 'spread after Twhich the bride and groom will be driven to this city and 'stirt on their'wedding- tour to Chicago and St. Louis. , 1 The groom is : pne of the moat prominent teachers of the county;.; is postmaster and merchant at Fulton and has an, elegant ^little home ..prepared for-.the reception'of his bride. The bride-is one of the-first 'ladies of the neighborhood, .and universally popular within the extensive circle of her acl quaintanceship. They richly .deserse ai happy and successful married life. White Caps at Burrows. Ed Journal: The white caps have commenced their nefarious work in ^the vicinity of- Burrows again. It is rumored that they have been holding secret meetings for sometime. 1 ' Great excitement was caused last Friday night there by an infuriated mob of these fellows who seem to have no respect for social or moral laws by threatening violence, secretly doing! their work, and called some of our best citizens from their slumbers near the hour of midnight doing their dishonorable deeds under cover of darkness. There has .been strong talk of a vigilance committee getting in effective work if this work continues. The trouble had its origin in a horse trade. Burrows Ind., May 5. The Race Smell. All Indians greatly dislike what they call the white man's smell, and can detect it with perfect ease. ' 'I have," says a Western man, "entered tepees of the Utes filled wiih Indians who had not bathed for a year, and whose aroma rose to heaven, and every one of them would complain of -the odor that I brought in with me. The same feeling is manifested by the Chinese, who, themselves, have a very marked odor that is intensely disagreeable to the whites. As a matter of fact, each race has its peculiar odor, which is not preceptible by people of similar origin, but which is ..plainly noticeable by those of different "blood." Good Looks. Goods looks are more than skin deep, depending upon a healthy condition of all the vital organs. If the liver be inactive, you have a bilious look, if your stomach be disordered you have a dyspeptic 'look, and if your kidneys be affected you have a pinched look. Secure good health and you will have good looks. Electric Bitter* is the great alterative and tonic acts directly on these vital organs. Cures pimples, blotches, boils and gives a good complexion. Sold at B. F. Keesling's drug store, 50c. per bottle. 4 - WMIte Caps After Colored Walteri*. Colored waiters at West Baden Spring-s, this State,' claim that they have been warned by white caps to leave, and the reason assigned is that 1 they have monopolized the work form- erally falling to the white natives. Several have already left; going to French Lick, while others avow their determination to re main and fight it out. Commendable, ....(All^claims not consistent wlttf'th'e; high character of Syrup of Figs, are purposely avoided by the California Fig Syrup Company. It acts gently on' the kidneys, liver and bowels .cleansing' the system effectually', but it is not a cure-all and makes no pretensions that every bottle will not substantiate. PennnylTanla Linen. Excursion to Cincinnati, One fare .for round trip May 18th and 19th via the Pennsylvania lines for the National Union Conference. Tickets will be- good returning until May 22d. For particulars apply to nearest ticket agent. maygd6w2t Girl* on *. Strike. The women and girls employed in the Goshen shirt factory went out on a strike for more wages, but returned on promise of arbitration. SPECIAL for TO-DAY Black Mackintoshes with long cape, loo Children's suits, ages 4to Myear, worth $3 oo for 5 oo Pairs men's all-wool Jeans pants, worth $1 5o for 5 oo Pairs knee pants, worth 5o cents to f I oo for 50 50 75 25 Special for Friday. Strictly all-wool Guaranteed Men's Blue Suits Second grade guaranteed men's blue suits Black Cheviott, also men's, sack suits .. .'. Ligkt colored Cassimere, new shades, suits For Saturday $7 48 5 98 5 98 • estingjjand the public is -invited to ,at'•.tend.;../..'-'.','..-."'-':;" .ft'-'w '''. "" . Harry. Galla.gher7 son b'f Hugh Gal- .tagtier died--_ ; at- his home; on Toledo street •yesterday morning; of dropsy, •.aged; 16 years. ,The' deceased was a ./manly;ybti'n'g..'.man-"Whose untimely • death '-will be Tegrettedj by many. ; The announcement of the date of the funeral is not yet' made.' '' •• ' ' Miss 'Etta'Sterrett,' x>f -Delphi, -has been visiting relatives : in this city for some'weeks rpast.'i ".Yesterday she was joined here by M r - Ed Parish, a prominent . merchant of Monticello, and the twain,departed':at-.':2:45 via the Vandalia for Frankfort, where at 4 o'clock last-evening: .at the residence of a relative of the bride, Miss Sterrett became Mrs. Parish. The friends of the newly, wedded couple in this city extend well wishes.^ . Division.J8o.' 1, of the local chapter O..E.S., entertained the other members of the order at their hall Tuesday evening. A mock banquet prepared by the first division for the entertain- ment.of their brother and sister mem- 'bers was an,., .unexpected and unique surprise which proved a catchy feature :;of the evening. Xlie -'Mother's Friend"" Not only , shortens labor and lessens pain attending it, but greatly- diminishes the'danger to life'of both mother and child if used a few months .before confinement. .Write to the Bradfield Regulator Co.,:. Atlanta, Ga., for further particulars. Sold by Ben. Fisher. . to9 Lafayette Courier: Albert Wiler, of Logansport, a 'former well-known ^resident, .was in the city to-day, returning home this afternoon. He was jo'ined here by his "brother-in-law, Henry-Tilman and family,' who are en route to Europe after a.two years' resi- -dence at -Dallas, Texas. Both tie method and results Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant ,and refreshing to the taste, and act* gently yet promptly on the Kidneys, Liver and.Bowels, cleanses the system effectually, dispels colds, head- achca and fevers and cures habitual constipation. Syrup of Pigs ia th» only remedy of its kind ever pro. duced, pleasing to the taste and acceptable to ; the stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects, prepared only from the 'most healthy, and agreeable substances, its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it the most popular remedy known. Syrup of Tigs is for sale in 50e and $1 bottles by all Jeading druggists. Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand will procure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it. Do not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CQ . SUM FRANCISCO, CAL, LDW8VIU£. AT. UK W Wff ,', * t ; all Jijgglsts. - F O R S U N D A Y WE A R. * > White and Figured Marseils Vests! ^"^ - - • - ( .J 1 1) XlJ !.!.!£ j_i.^ . . " . . •-••-'_.'. • ••'"':- i -' '•• ' • - \ . - • - 1 . ,1 « , •*• > Double Breasted Marseils Vests, wo> th- $2 50 for........ ••;- i ;v.fl 25 f/ ?*> Double breasted; fancy figured rests, worth |3 50 for J.V. .... 2, ( 50 Single breassed Polka dot vests, worth $1 50 A for........ .. 75 , ^' w • Single breasted hairline stripe vests, worth $1 50 for .: .... ^ 75^' Double breasted silk vests, worth Eight dollars;, for 5 66 Double breasted silk, full dress .vests,;Wortl"Eight dollars, for.. 500 " ( Double and single breasted, ele^antl pattern's, worth $6 SO for 4 50, Double and single silk, : elegant patterns, worth $5 and ?6 for 3 75 Night shirts, silk embroidered, worth ' T 0 for.....'.... 75 Choice of teck and 4 in-hand, worth up to Seventy-Five cents 38 Chice of teck and 4-in-hand, worth up io Sixty- cents tor;... .. 18 OTTO A. KEAUS, OF CO U R S E. Dr. COHBETT,V.V.S. A veterinary surgeon of many years experience Is now permanently located at Dlehls LIvepy Stable .209,Market street, Logansport, ind. Dr. Corbett will be pleased to waltupon all who may favor Mm with a call. apr22d&wlm DR. E. M. HATCH, -HOMOEOPATHIMT - Pfiysician and Surgeon, Office, lIcCaffreViBlock Broadway Cor. Sixth St. Residence, 1122»Blgli Street, Logansport, Ind. aprlddcwSm Pianos Tuned, $1.50 Tor the purpoaa of Introducing mr work to the musical people ol Logansporc I Have reduced my price lor tuning. Pianos, JS2.50 to SI,50, I also keep on hand a full supply o£ repairing material. Pianos repollsued, restrnnR, new nammers, tone regulated, action rewalted, the touch changed heavy orllgnt. First-class work., 33 years experience, Orders by mall or left at Allen Rlchard- son.s, 414 Fourth Street" Organs as above. W. ». CATKON. THE ORIGIKAUAND GENUINE, Tho onl J Sofe, Sui-c,lUldrelioH.Pill for dtillw, uk Dnil^it.Tor OtKAuler'i A-.(ilU» Diamond Sraad la >tod MKt Cmd mi boxes HMlod-with blua ribbon. Tak6 no other kind. JltfM Sidiitttutiotu vn^Jmitatiau. AUpinilDpuiebo»nIl»iM,piiikwnippe™,»red«n«CK>»««)antertfcll». 4«. In tumps for putlnlwii, tcjUoooliU, «nil "Keller for I+tiltmS'in letter. 1 «,000 TcnllDDDWi. Kamtpapar. ~ ' Sold bj all Loo or* T R Y BEEF, WINE and IRON, Asa Tonic. Sold .by"",' EL C. PUR CELL, Druggist, 418 Market Street, Near Pearl.
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