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FOOLESONO BROS. Undertakers and Embalmers And Betail Dealers In FURNITURE Of-all Kinds and UPHOLSTERING. 424 BROrtDWftY, Calls Promptly Attended to Day orlNight. Phone No 99. THE FINEST LINE OF SPRING SUITINGS fo be Found in the City at W D CRAIG'S 428 BROADWAY 2nd Floor. Justice Block. COCKBURN BROS. Bloney to Loan on JtorUmKe Security on Easy Monthly Payments, 3Te Write Fire, Life, Acclckmt, Plate Glass and Tormido Insurance. Buy mid Sell Real Estntw Call and See Us, Omco llooma 2 and 3 Spry Building. /. M. McKlNSEY, u-teneral Fire, life and iooiclent Insurance. Money to Loan in Small Amounts. 413 BROADWAY. WANTED TO SELL tThe Worth Street House on North street' between 5th and Gth street. Will be sold on reasonable terms. Address, MRS. CHAS. MARKLE Hartford City, Ind. DAILY JOURNAL TUESDAY MORNING. APRIL 30. Serge unite flO—Trade Palace. Qlrl wanted at 224 Sel River avenue. All street can will run to the park (tomorrow. Waists, Waists—The correct ones at 4feo Trade Palace. The Hour Club held a business aeetlnp last night. A beautiful lineo( wash plisses'just apaned at the Bee Hive. The latest effects la Auglalae em. Tiirolderies just opened at the Bee Hive, Get your new draperies, shades and •curtains this week at the Trade Palace. loe cream and cake served during tho dance at the Chosen Friends 1 hall. Upton lodge had work In the anterod apprentice degree last night. Bead Harry Frank's new advertise, •env • On Necessity Knowi no Law." Plenty of serge skirts; »n all wool »rge skirt lined, only f*.50—Trade jftdaoe. Admission 10 cents for gentlemen at fee Chosen Friends 1 dance Wednesday night. Two thousand pieces of wash goods opened ai tho lowest prices—Trade Palace. A. Great Bargain—Our all wool per. rtct fitting serge dresses at |6—The See Hive. Isaac Hlmmelberger has purchased Atr carriage use a fine bay horse from Campbell Bros. Go where you always have a good •jhne—Logan Council Chosen Friends' draco Wednesday night. Admission 10 cents for gentlemen. Those bargains are going in wool dross goods at the Trade Palace. Fifty cent all wool serge dress good* for 30 «DU now, at toe Trade Palace. ACTING PRESIDENT MOSLIN or tho Street Railway Company InNpect* the Nyattm—\'o J>efliinie AuuouucemeutM. G. W. Moslln, acting president of the Logansport Street Railway company left last evening for New York after spending two days here in consultation with Manager McNary re. garding tho affairs of the company. Mr, Moslin did not meet the county commissioners but left the matter of the company's interest in the new bridRO over the Eel river at Market street in the hands o* Manager Mo Nary who will confer with the com- mleslonsrs. Mr. Moslln declined to make any statement concerning the reported extension of the )lnes. He visited the driving park Monday morning accompanied by surveyors. It is said that a new high board fence will soon be erected there. Mr. Moslin will report the result of .his Investigations to the New York parties who own the system. A LOGANSPORT VICTORY The Lafayette Inter-State League Team Defeated hy the Home Club, Following the splendid victory of tho Logansport High School team over the team of the Peru High School on Saturday, as related In the Journal of Sunday, the local base ball enthusiastic were given another chance to cheer by the decided victory of the Logansport club Sunday afternoon over the Lafayette Inter-Slate league team. The score was 19 to 14 In favor of the LiOgansports. Beebee pitched a good fame for the home team. Sherwood was In tho box for Lafayette during the first seven innings, retiring in the eighth to make place for MoGarland. The two new basemen, Little at second and Geiger at third, played good ball, Krani-Wller. At 8 o'clock this evening at the home of Mrs. Albert Wller,' No. 606 Market street, will occur the marriage of her daughter, Miss Bertha Wller to Mr. William Kraus of Toledo, 0. The ceremony will be performed by Rev. Dr. Guttmaoher, of Baltimore, uncle of the bride-elect, and will bo witnessed only by the relatives of the contracting parties. Mr. and Mrs. Kraus will leave tonight for an extended tour of the west. They will reside at Toledo where Mr. Kraus a prominent wholesale tobacco dealer. The bride elect Is a handsome young lady with many accomplish, ments and has many friends. Those who will witness the ceremony are: Mr. and Mrs. James Kraus and llr. and Mrs. Harnltz of leveland; Mrs. Bijons and and daughter of Louisville; Mr. and drs. A. Oppenhelmer of Fort Wayne; Mr. and Mrs. Haskel Lalng, Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Pels and daughter, Mrs. Wm. Kraus and Mr. I. Rosenthal" of Toledo and Mr. Albert Sohloss of Detroit ^ "Our Club" Officers, The members of "Our Club" met ast evening at the olub rooms over he Bee Hive and elected the following ifflcers: President—Henry Kammerer. Vice President—Joseph Taylor. Secretary—Wm Swlgart. Treasurer—H. M. Shldler. Directors—Erall Keller, P. J. Pierce I. E. Sutton, Fred Klinslck, Ed Donovan, Al Young and Harry Torr. Seeking a Stolen Team. D. E. Wlnchell. of Stillwell, Ind., d the marshal of Winamao were here yesterday In tearoh of a horse ,nd buggy which were stolen from the ormer last Friday night. The team was traced to a point near Winamao. No Information was gained here of Its whereabouts. Hummocks tor the Millions. Call at George Harrison's, 617 Broadway, and. see the largest line of hammocks In the city. Prices, from forty cents up. Itema of a Personal Character Con eeralng tofwm'porUr* and Their • Friend*. George Case Is visiting at Cincln nati. John E. Hayes speit Sunday a Terre Haute. Will Gleason of. "Lafayette spen Sunday here. Miss Maggie Williams has returned from Winamao . Cornelius McGreevy has returned tc PurJue University. Abner Seybold was at Chicago yes terday on business. Will Thompson has taken a position at Martlnsvllle, W. Va. John G. Seybold has returned -from a business trip to Chicago., After a week's Illness Charles Cromer is reported improving. Mies Maggie Shafer Is reported, Jill at her home on Race street. Dr. J. P. Hetherlngton is visiting friends in southern Indiana. Al Stough Is at Kokomo where he will remain for several days. Fred Todd of Lafayette wai the guests of friends here Sunday. C. N. Williams of Crawlordsvllle, was here yesterday on business. Miss Daisy Fisher is entertaining Mies Lizzie Holman of Gu-lveston. C. B. Falbush has taken a position as fireman on a tuff boat at Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nagle were the guests of friends at Peru Sunday. Dr. E. F. Wagner of Ft. Wayne, was the guest of Logenaport friends Sun. day. Miss Minnie Ammons will leave for Colorado, Texas, where she will reside. Mrs. Ruth Forrest has returned from a two months tour on the .continent. Mrs, W. C. Thomas and children are the guests of friends at Royal Center. Miss Sadie Murphy left Sunday for Buntington where she has accepted a position. Will Shldeler leaves today for In dianapolls where he will visit for a short time. Mrs, H. 8. Coats Is enjoying a visit of bar father and mother who resides at Union City. Assistant county prosecutor, Geo. W. Walters was at Winamao yesterday on legal business'. Will Draper, Carl- Snook -and Charles Moore of Kokomo : .visited friends here Sunday. Messrs. Jacob and Mat Herz entertained Mr. and Mrs. Henry Cobn of Jackson, Mich., Sunday. After a visit with his parents at Alton, 111,, Rev. Father Hartman of St. Joseph's hospital has returned-.to his duties. Mr. and Mrs. James Stewart enter- talned Mr. and Mrs. Charles English of Harrison township and David Funk and family of Clay township, last Sunday. A. F. Stukey, who left here a month ago with a cargo of horses,has written to friends here stating that he reached England without any serious mishap to the horses. Col. C. L. Woll and wife and Sohuyler Powell and wife went to Indianapolis yesterday afternoon to attend the meeting of the supreme officers, Uniform Rank, Knights of Pythias. Chris Homburg of Chicago, a cousin of Sheriff Homburg, was here Sunday calling on all friends. Mr. Homburg who is a machinist, macy years ago worked In the Pan Handle shops and at Dolan's works, but had not been here for about ten years. Among those from a distance' who attended the funeral of Mrs. Catherine Bruggemau Sunday were Mrs. Joseph Gagan, Mrs. George Ruger, Mr». John B Ruger and Miss Katie Gruver of Lafayette; Mrs. Rosa Bruggeman of Chicago and Mr. Schladerman of Deoatur, III. . Charge* Affilnat Dr. E. J>. 8ny4or. " It is stated that the secretary of the Starke county board of health has filed four cases against Dr. E. D. Snjder, of Burr Oak and a former resident of tbia county, changing misdemeanor in falling to report births and deaths to the county board. The law provides a penalty of a fine not to exceed $100 for each failure or refusal to report a* required. Dr. Snyder is a son of a well known Tipton town, ship farmer and hit friends In this county are inclined to believe that be Is being made the object of persecution. Gill U Her - l T«n" Needs at times a safe and gentle tonic to counterbalance the. extra drains on the physical and nervous system. Zoa- Phora (Woman's Friend) will give heaUh and freehnesg for weakness and- pallor. Sold by B. F. Keeillng & Coulson&Co. The Sale of (be r.ocaniport Natural KM Worl» Again B-ported aad Again Denied. . The report that the Dleteriob syndicate has purchased the Logansport natural gas plant ^keeps bobbing up persistently notwithstanding the repeated denials of the present owners of; the plant. The Indianapolis papers had it sold again yesterday but Mr. Sheerln. when asked about the matter said that no far as the report referred to the Logansport company there is no truth In U. Some conferences, be states, have been held with the Dleterlqh people, but nothing has been agreed upon and no sale has been made. Negotiations have not proceeded far enough to fix a price on the Logansport plant. When asked by a reporter whether he would sell Mr. Shesrln replied, "I will sell anything I have, except my wife and babies, if I get my price." 'The latest report of the sale, which Mr. Sheerin so emphatically denies, was published in the form of a special from Wabash to an Indianapolis dally which'read as followB: "Information was received there last Saturday which indicated that the Dieterloh syndicate, which purchased the Wabaeh natural t and artifical pas plants is dividing up its Indiana properties into groups and bonding' each jroup separately.' The syndicate has obtained complete control of the plants at Peru, Loganeport and Decatur, although the ofllcers of the first named companies deny that the sale has been effected A letter from a New York brokerage bouse states that the plants at Wab&sh, Peril, Logansport, and De- oatur have been consolidated under the title of the Logansport and Wabash Valley gas company. The capital stock is placed at f 1,750,000.- The bonds are to run thirty years from June 1. 1895, and bear Interest at the rate of 6 per cent. The bonds are payable In gold, as Is the Interest, which fall due semi-annually." It Is reported that a Logansport )&nk has received notice that the bonds issued by the syndicate are on sale in New York. Concerning this report, Mr. Sheerln ays that the? are in anticipation only of a sale being made and a stock com>any formed for supplying gas to the dtles named. It Is also said that in the case cow pending at Peru to enjoin the gas corn- any from exacting higher rates for gas than provided by the ordinance, he attorneys for the city expect the )leterioh syndicate to fight, A decl- ion in this oase;ia expected soon. A Frugrtnt Breath and' Pearl J Teeth Are easily attained, and those who ail to avail themselves of the means, hould cot complain, when accused of gross neglect. bOZODONT wlllspeedi- y eradicate the cause of a foul breath, eautlfying and preserving the teeth o the oldest age. Accident at Play. While jumping out of a wagon at he home of Samuel Ruth at Walton lUEday afternoon, Jessie,' the seven- ear-old daughter of Albert Sturgeon Droke her leg. The child was play* ng when the accident occurred. Character In Shoe»!-In Our Shoes. Who ever heaijd of such a thing, but it Is poeslblel If you -will reason •with me a monent you'll find it so. Character is the first essential of all hoes. I'm as careful in seleoting the haracter of my shoes as P am in electing my employes. I examine every portion of the hoe. The soles, the stitching, the ramps, the uppers, in fact, every >art, character must be the best for he money. If each part is right, hen the whole—the shoe-must be That 3Ie»n» Satlafactlon mm to Wear. My employees are schooled £in the art of fitting shoes, it's an art, and very foot that is presented to us to e fitted is fitted with skill. The -width, the length, • the shape right. That means comfort an es- entia! of character. Comfort com- ilned with satisfaction is half the jattle. I have that. Price in strict onformity to value is the other half. have that. So I have a shoe bnsi- less worthy of your patronage. Something for Nothtnc. Is not business and never will be. L cannot afford to sell for leas than'I pay, but close buying has placed me where my prices will seem phllan- broplc besides those of others. Give Me Your Confidence! It will never be misplaced. I remise you that my shoes shall be erfect in character—its true ea- sntials.—Pilling The Shoe Man, 413 iroadway. Lf you -want your lace curtains to obk the same as new, send them to for laundrying. A long experience in this line of work enables us to uarantee satisfaction. CAMPBELL BROS., 429 Market St. Necessity j Knows No Law! We cannot hope for profit now. It is the last week of our v . Great Removal Sale. Only a few days more. The last week at the New Fashion Store. Opportunity makes the prices. We prefer to sell rather than to move. Go through our first and second floors tomorrow and every da/ this week. 'c£yfll Look for what you want now or may need in the future, for you will Never Buy So Cheap Againl HARRY FRANK, Ne w York, Logansport, Delphi, Flora. 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. THE TAILOR. 310 BBOAWWAY. ALL THE LATEST STYLES IN Summer Suitings AT 4i8 Market St. A New Firm. STEELE & YOUKEY can save you from $6 to a suit of Tailor Made Clothes. All wool goods and a perfect fit guaranteed. Suits from $14 to $35. We invite your patronage. Steele & Youkey, 4O4: Broadway. Up Stairs. IF YOU ARE GOING TO MAKE GARDEN. It'wlll pay you to be particular "as to whose seeds yon buy. We are now In the market with a full line of Landreth's «sed» for th« season of 1895, and I wish to say to the gardeners and othert using seedi, that while Landreth'8 seeds may be a little higher price then some otheri I they are always fresh, clean and true to name, and as we handle no other L seeds except those grown by Landreth & Sons of Philadelphia oar en* I tomers may rely on getting nothing but the very best. I believe that t"« I cost of the seedi is nothing compared to the crop, and when a person ha* I the trouble to pat out a garden, he should uae nothing but the very best. -I We handled Landreth's seeds for four years and have never heard a «ingl» I complaint- in fact, our customers unhesitatingly pronounce them perfect •1 in ever particular, and as an evidence of tin* fact, we have almost the en- I tire trade of all the gardeners around Logansport as well as many ^from *,;;J distance. Our trade has increased on this particular line of goods more ;;l than tenfold aince we have been in the business? We awo nave a full Utt*V J of garden tools and field seeds '« *«_ •" Remember that the firm of Landreth & Song has been 115 years In. to* ; occupation of seed growing. , ' George Harrison. 617,623 Broadway.