We Are Now Prepared to Show You Our Immense Line of Queensware. THE GRAND BAZAR WATUH FOB OUK HANDBILLS. PATRONIZE TAILORS' UNION LABEL. MONEY TO LOAN, \ Q any nun HI the LOWK8T rotes. Private ruDdi •pnly. Money alwsyn in bond. Ko re 1 tup» or d«. 'ay. Interest and principal payable Jo Logso- \ irt. Special arrangements M to payment erf (. ""alpa! and Interest, made to unit tVe wlshe« of Oc. iwer. For farther particulars apply to Vred W. Munson, On Mondays, Fridays or Saturdays. 214 Fourth .... street, opposite Court House. MO N E Y, General Insurance and Loans. All kinds of In- •oronoe placed In first &IBHS companies. Endowment policies T-nrch»eeid, Bonds of raretTsl.. •rltten tor partie» holding poeUlens of trun where a bond Is required. • : • 319 PEARL, ST. S. ML C 1 o s s o n . MONEYTOLOAN! .And Notes Bought !n any sum over |25 at lowest rates. ,Lar^eamounts.* percent. ,D. D. S. ; DENTIST. Office Over J. HCerz' Tailoring Entab- Huhinent, 409 Market Street. „._. . ..... •• *.'• aprlld&wtf .•:>: Daily Journal. FK1DAY MORNING. MAY 8. Alf Anderson and Carl Dyke are in Chicago. "-.-.-'-,.' Mrs. Dy-ka Miiithorn is visiting her' parents at Royal Center. ' . : Hal Elliott; and Miner Butler of Rochester, •are^.isiting-'-friends in -the, city,;:, ' . •,-.-..' '•Jos. .Mandieiwill open out a .line of wet g-odds' In'"- connection with his cigar store. ; ' , ""Mrs. Lord, bt Maxinkuckee, is vis- iting'i'a'^'tb-e"-; City .-the guest of Miss Nannie Mart\n.V-i '»?••-',.' . ifcifrs", James McGourty returned to; Eef'nome-in-^Huiiting'tori last evening after a, few .days, .visit at her, former t ""Blush of;:Roses" takes the place of . -powder : asit whitens the face just a trifle soon , as., applied. . Sold at Kees- ling'sjjdrug store. •.-•., • 4 — : '. Fort Wayne.Sentinel: .Mrs. H. C: Eastwood of Logansport, who has been theiguest of her daughter tor . several days, returned' tome' yesterday. ; HarTy^and Ered ' JDoggett went to . JJalphiryesterday to attend the wedding of their cousin Miss Bernice.Dog- g-ett to.Hr. C. D. Wood last evening. Mrs. Charles Jones returned yesterday from .Indianapolis where : she has heen at the bedside of her sister 'who was painfully injured in an accident a ,.fe,w days, ago, '., ,,.,.,,, . _____ ... . The ladies of the Cumberland' Presbyterian church gave an ice cream supper .and Asocial- ..at '.the church Wednesday'night which was a very pleasant success. :- The funeral:of Harry : Gallagher will be held^at 9 o'cloelc this morning from ,<3t., Vincent de Paul church, : Rev. Father, Gampion ; officiating. Burial ' cemetery. ' Arrangements are being made fora' 'grand' celeb'rktiori: of the;17th anniver- ' sary .of^Py thianism'in'-'IiOgansport on 'June 80th. • All the- Pythian lodges of the'city will- .participate. The'MorrilL' 'twins, the evangelists(?) who.bave held, forth -at thejBroad- way.M/E. church, for the past week folded their tent.and; ..sirently stole away yesterday, whither no man knqweth. '••• They'. .did- .well to ; cover ; '•their- tracks. "' These two "gospel 1 fakirs," if ,the"'term may he used, got.. inhere -on > false. pretenses and the congregation whose .courtesy was ex- j tended to th'em spon- found them out and' compeiied them to /leave before their ! "eriga'gemeni:w'aa closed.' Mrs. Jennie Powers, wife of Henry Powers and sister of Wm. Dolan, died in Brooklyn, N. Y-,.. .a week ago last Sunday, of consumption, 'after a lingering illness. The funeral was held oa Tuesday following. Mrs. Powers went to her old home in Brooklyn a year ago, with the vain hope that her health might be restored. Mr. Powers was called to Brooklyn three weeks ago, and was a constant attendant at his wife's bedside until the last. It is not known when he will return. The deceased was an estimable lady, who had many warm friends in this city. Interest in the Siddons-White glove contest, which will tu,ke place in Fort Wayne next Saturday evening, manifested itself in Chicago, by the application for a palace car to be attached to the special train. The party is made up of Board of 'Trade men and solid business "guys," who appreciate the' fact that the exhibition will be not only decisive but scientific, and, above . all. an engagement between gentlemanly .boxers. Jim Hall, the champion middle-weight of Australia, will be a'spectator if his engagements permit, and "Parson" Davies will chaperon a party of personal friends. White is~greatly admired on the Board of Trade, where he worked for year, and the big Chamber of Commerce will send a large,delegation to the ring.. .. Complaint comes to the Journal that : there is being carried on at Mt. Hope cemetery a pecies of vandalism which merits' severe rebuke at the hands of: the press, and also the severest penal- ly of the law. The floral decorations: of.graves -are being tampered .with,, flowers carried off .a~nd growing plants stolen. Some persons who have had large vases there, which they filled with'-floral offerings devoted tearfully to ; the' memory of the loved ones whose bodies rest beneath the green, sward of Mt. Hope, have so repeatedly suffered from the vandal hand of those who have stolen the flowers, that, in wounded sorrow and in. disgust, they have taken their vases •home. There ought to be some way of reaching such vandalism with the punishment it richly deserves. Henry Fox, the colored hustler at the Johnston hotel, is^^-cjariavoyant of no mean degree, as is 'attested by a number of citizens, whose past, present and future have been clearly .laid bare, demonstrated and foretold by this ' wise seer. 0. J. Stauffer has such implicit confidence in Henry's .ability 'to'make knowruall. tilings pertaining; to the future or " to reveal the ' secrets; of-the past.ihat he. voluntarily agrees to •forfeitt$10;if-.-Henry fails to tell you 'something you;.'don't know about yourself. Among Henry's accomplishments is the ability to tsll the color-of-the hair of , your wife or sweetheart and the number of children .yo.5vh.aVe "or will have., Mr; Stauffer'further declares that Henry has a . wonderful..,gift of knowledge, and says'that the colored seer can tell more in v his , spe.cial line than' any Other clarivoyant he ever saw. Henry has foretold the . fortuies of many of our. citizens. Slick Bobbers. •-W. H.-Langsdale lately of this office now runnings job p'rinting office in Indianapolis, was recently the unconscious participant to 'a' gigantic - fraud perpetrated on. advertisers at Indianapolis. .The story of the transaction is'thus, told .by/the Indianapolis Journal: "Twenty business houses of this city have been advertised in, what purports to"be a pamphlet giving the program of an entertainment under the auspices of ' "the Street railway Employe's- Association." . The contracts therefore have been paid, and the promoters of the enterprise have left town with $800 or $900, .. All. this money was not derived from the pamphlet; there was a supplementary financial resource in the form of tickets to "the fourth an nual grand reunion, entertainment and reception" of the association mentioned.- This entertainment of much title and promise was, so the prospectus, programme and tickets read, to take place at Tomlinson Hall on the 14th inst. As there is no association of the kinc, anl the street-car,...em?, ployes disclaim any intention of-giving an entertainment at this time it will be borne to the advertisers'that they have been tricked by shr'evvd soliditors. There wera two., of them, aud they worked industriously on their scheme from the 20th of April until they collected all their contracts called for and sold as many tickets as they could. One of them gave his name as G. Connor to the Wm. H. Langsdale Printing Company where the pamphlets were printed, The printing company was paid, and after the swindlers got aboard the train they sent word to Mr. Langsdale that he need not print the full three hundred pamphlets ordered, as they would not be needed. The matter is in the care of detectives., Mow'Jt'ry TliIK. • It will cost you nothing and will surely do you good, if you have a Cough, Cold or any trouble - with Throat, Chest or Lungs. Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds is guarranteed to give relief, or money will be paid back. Sufferers from La Grippe, found it just the thing and under its use had a speedy a.nd perfect recovery. Try a sample bottle at our expense, and learn for yourself just how good a thing; it is. Trial bottles free at B. F. Keesling's Drug Store. Large size 50c. and $1.00. ^ S ; Stage realism has reached a point' where, it would seem, it can go no further. A dispatch from New York says concerning the initial production of a new "domestic drama:" "It even 1 transcends 'The Old Homestead' in rural realism. All sorts of domestic animals were in the farmyard in the first. act; a race between blooded, turf-bred horses, ridden by prominent jockeys, was a feature of the second act; a gristmill in operation with working water is. introduced in the third act, and in the final set pure apple cider was made on the stage." Looking for Trouble. During the municipal election at Delphi, James H. Wilson, 'a justice of the peace, purposely climbed over the ropes, and he eluded the vigilance of the officers surrounding the voting' booth, and cast his vote . while there: were already three voters in the roomj preparing their ballots. Wilson was' placed under arrest. He claims that he did so purposely, being desirous .of arrest in order that he might pave the- way for an appeal to the Supreme' 'Court to test the constitutionality of. the Australian law. 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 Bitters 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 Commendable. All claims cot consistent with the high character of Syrup of Figs are purposely avoided by the California Fig Syrup Company. It acts gently on the kidneys, lirer and bowels cleansing- the system, effectually, but it is not a cure-all and makes no pretensions that every bottle will not substantiate. No Election at Ke\vanna. Through the failure of'the secretary Of the nominating convention to certify names to the corporation clerk,no election was held at Kewanna. It is now proposed that all the old officers resign, and that the'township trustee fill vacancies by appointing the nom ; inees of the convention. The -'Ittonier'tt 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, gold by Ben. Fisher. .,.. _: -.. : , to9 , ' Pennsylvania Line*. Excursion, to Cincinnati, one fare 'fbr round' trip May 18th and 19th via' the Peansylva-nia- lines for the National Union Conference. Tickets will be good returning until May 22d. For -particulars, apply to nearest ticket agent. may6d6w2t Mrs. Dr. Frank Overholser departed last.night for Ashrille, N. C., to join her husband who is reported 'gradually growing worse and fears are en-. tsrtained that he can not recover. Mrs. Overholser has been here since burying their daughter Helen. *- ', SPECIAL for TO- 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 $7 48 5 98 •Ji 98' :% 98 For Saturday Evening^ ^•^ . ' ,-. • i ;<. •_• , , 'j ^m^r y FOR SUNDAY WEAR. White and Figured Marseils Vests. Double Breasted Marseils Yests, worth |2 50 For.... ...... Double breasted, fancy figured vests, worth $3 5Qfor...... Single breassed Polka.dot vests, worth $1 50. for.......... Single breasted hairline stripe vests, worth $1 50 for ......;,;, Double breasted silk vests ; worth Eight dollars, for........ .v Double breasted silk, ful! dress vests, worth Eight dollars, for 1 ;. Double and single breasted, elegant patterns, worth $6 sO for Double and single silk, elegant patterns, .worth $5 and $6 for Night shirts, silk embroidered, worth 1 0 for............'.,.',' Choice of teck and 4 in-hand, worth up to Seventy-Five cents- Chiceof teckand 4-in-hand, worth up to;Sixty cents for.....;'"'' : i M. |1 25 :2 J 56; 75 J?i "bo, 5 00' ' 4 50,,, •3' 75 -^ 75! i-,38 18 J OTTO EE1US, O F COURSE. DP. CORBETT,V.V.S. A veterinary surgeon of many years experience Is now permanently located at Diehls Livery Stable 209 Market street, Logansport, Ind. Dr. Corbett wlllbe pleased to waltupon all who may lavor him with a call. apr22dtovlm DR.E. M. HATCH, — HOUKEOPATHWT— : .PHysician ana Surgeon.^ Office, McCaffrejiBiock Broadway Cor. Sixth; St. .- Residence, 1122|Hlgh Street, Logansport, Ind. aprld«tw3m Pianos Tuned, $1.50 For the purpose of introducing my work to the musical people of Logansport 1 have reduced my price lor tuning Pianos, JS.50 to $1.50. I also keep on hand a f ull suppl) o£ repairing material. Pianos repollshed, restrang, new Hammers, tone regulated, action rewalted, the touch changed heavy or llglit. First-class work. 33 years experience Orders by mall or left at Allen Klcliard- son,s, 414 Fourth Street- Organs as above, raarll <I3m W. ». CAFBON. 'CliiOHZSTZirS ENGLISH,:RED C/TOJJ' . THE ORIGINAL AND CENUINC. TUc only Safe, Sure, Md rcJfaUt Pill for ti!«. LiiilicA. uk Drugget for CMcltater"! Aiigllsh Diamond Brand ID Ked «xi Gold mctllllo boi« ratal iritli blno ribbon. Takevo »tlier kind. Jttfuu SutrtttmfaiunimJJtiiUdteM. »- 1Vll i All pllli la puuboird boxen, pink wrapper*, *ro dfthjrcrouft Mrattterfef tit' At Dn&gnit*, tir Mvtf w <f«. In KUrnpn lor pirtlonlani, tenUm(ffli«!«. »n4 "Heller for Ladlw," <n totter bi return M*1U 1 0,OOO Teitlmonlali. yomo Paper. ' gold '*7 nil Local DnwfilU. , ' CHICHESTCR CHEMICAL Co., MaAlhnit HaMrfe PHXLAIMiU'JlllA, V&. TRY BEEF, WINE and IROfi ^s a Tonic. Sold by H. C. PUR CELL, Druggist, 418 Market Street, Near Pearl..
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