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We are Headquarters for / SPORTING GOODS. Our Line of Fishing Tackle is Unsurpassed, and at Prices that will Astonish You The Grand Bazaar. PATRONIZE TAILORS' UNION LABEL. The Tuesday .NJjjlit Club. Some two years ago there was formed a small literary club composed of a number of congenial citizens who resolved tc meet twice a month for the discussion of literary subjects. This club has been in organization ever since and last evening at the. beautiful residence of Judge Baldwin, a banquet was given to .the members and a few invited guests. The following delight-, ful menu was served':' MENfr 'Bouillion. Chicken Croquettes. French Pens. 1'illet or Bert! Mushroom Sauce. Punslenne Potatoes. Ollvea. Aspic Jelly. Toronto Sulaii, Salted A'mouds. Cheese. IceCreum Strawberries. Cake. Cotlee. After a proper discussion oi menu the toasts of the the evening were called for and were all responded to in a manner sometimes serious but were often with wit and humor. The following are the Dr. CORBETT, V. V. S. A veterinary .surgeon of many years experience is nowpermanentlj located at Diehls Livery Stable. 209 Market street, Logiuisport, Ind, Dr. Corbett»1H1>e pleased to wait upon all who may favor him with a call. aprtid&wlm DR. E. M. HATCH, Physician and Surgeon. Office, McCafltey 4 Biock Broadway Cor. Sixth St. Residence, 1122JHigh Street, Logansport, Ind. 'aprld&w3m M O W-t.Y, &en«ral Insurance &Dd LOKUB. All kindt> of in• uronoe plaofld In flret clash GODipa&i**i. Kftdow- mont policies .purohi pad, Hondo ot CTiretysl. • written for parties holding ponltttrnv of truti •aer» • bond 1« required. 319 PEAKJL, ST. S. M. Closson, MONEY TO LOAN, n any turn at the LOWEST ratah. Private ftiufl* Dnl7t Money alwoye IB hand. No re \ tape or d*. Uy. Interest and principal payable In Lnpaum port. Special arrangement* as to payraact -it principal and Interoot, made to »ult iNe wi£be»nf borrower. Tfor further pBi-tlonlarH apply to Fred W. Munson, On Mondays, Fridays or Saturdays. 214-FonrUi street, opposite Court House. i MONEY TO LOAN! And Notes Bought In any sum over $25 at lowest rates. Large amounts G percent.. GEO.B.FOEGY. declSdiwBiu F. M. BOZER, DID. S. DENTIST. Office Over 3. BTerz' ToIJorlrs .Establishment, 4O9 Market Street. aprlld&wtt A Branch at Hiiutiiigrton. Harry G. Tucker, the popular merchant tailor, will extend his business by starting; a branch office at Huntington. He has made full arrangements for the carrying out of his new enterprise and will open his trade at that place on Saturday, placing: in charge Mr. Dave Murphy who has been his cutter for the past year and is a gen. tleman of good business methods and a thorough tailor, one who will do well. at the new office. Success to him and to the scheme. The Huntington Democrat says: '-Harry G. Tucker, of Logansport, was in the city to-day, and suceeded in renting the first floor of the Grayston block, on west Market street, in which he will place a fine line of merchant tailoring goods and will .keep employed one of the best cutters in the State. He will not • discontinue his business-in Logansport. but will run the two places and tlius. be .better able', with both trades, to keep up with the fashion. He expects to have his stock here this week. He is a perfect gentleman and a pushing man and the Democrat welcomes him to our midst." While the .Huntington Herald says: "Hi G. Tucker, an experienced draper ahd tailor of Log-ansport, is in the city prospecting with a view to locating here. Mr Tuckor comes well recommended and "will doubtless secure a fair patronage." TOASTS. ODH WAS CU7JB. have a swashing ••We will have a swashing and a martial outside, as many other mannish cowards ^ve. j. c. NELSON. W. H. SHIDKE BHAIN SAUCE. "Come, give us a taste of your quality." D. P.BALDWIN. THE WIFE'S SECHKT. "She who ne'er answers till the husband cools, Or If she rules him never shows the rules." Ml!S. TORR. OUT! NATIONAL BIRD. "Sweet olrd that shuns the noise of folly, Most musical, most melancholy." S. T, McCONSELi. HYPNOTISTS AND SlTNOTIcJI. "Hecometh untojou with a tale whlcn holds children Irom play, ami old men from the chimney corner." DK. W. H. BELL. OliB GUESTS. "Come In the evening 1 , or come In the morning; Come wuen you're luoked lor, or come without warning." Q. A, MI-ERS. OUR ANCESTORS. "Our ancestors are very good kind of folks, but they are the last peoplr 1 should choose to have a visiting acquaintance with." , MRS, FITCH. OUR HOSTESS—TIIS LADHS. "On hospitable thoughts Intent, Let the toast pads Drink to the lass, I'll warrant she'll prove an excuse for the glass." W.T.WILSON. TEE F0TCKE OF OUK CLUB. "There's a good time coming, boys, A good time corning." : DR. CADY, • Miss Evalein Stein was a guest and recited a beautiful composition. Judge •Biddle was also an honored guest and ;favored the club with a short address At a late hour ihe banqueters adjourned. Another White County Cunc. What with the Turpie-Lowe case the Wolcott damage case, the Whit county bridge c^'se, and the case Kennard vs. the . Town of Monticello it looks as th'ough White county'bac sent> nearly enongb cases up here on L change of venue within the last year but it seems not even so. Yesterda; in the Cass Circuit Court on a change of venue from White county, by her attorneys, Hartmann and Hammelle Sarah Ann Leazenby, filed a complain- against Henrietta Weiand and Wm Weiand, alleging slander and defamation of character, and claim ing the pretty sum of f 10,000 as a partial recompense lor her destroyed character. The allegations in the body of the complaitu set forth that the defendants accused the plaintiff at some time during the pres- eni year of stealing certain articles of jewelry, to wit: a finger ring and a breastpin, belonging to the daughter of the defendant and circulated and caused to be circulated slanderous and defamatory stories concerning the alleged theft, all to the serious damage of the character of the plaintiff for which said plaintiff now seeks to recover the sum of §10,000 as a recompense for the damage done to her good character. A "Wonder Worki-r. Mr. Frank Huffman, a young man of Burlington, Ohio, states that he bad been under the care of two prominent physicians, and used their, treatment until he was not able to get ^arouD.d. They pronounced his case to be con- sum ption and incurable. He was persuaded to try Dr. King's New Discovery for consumption, coughs and colds and at that time was not'Cable to walk across the street without resting. 'He found, before he bad used half of a bottle, that he was much better; he continued to use it and is to-day enjoying good health. If you have any throat, lung or chest- trouble try it. We guarantee satisfaction. Trial 'bottle free a B. F. Keesling's drug itore. y Black Cheviott Mackintoshes with Cape .'. .. ;;..... ... ,$4 98 Silk Umbrellas, Large Gold Heads ' 95 Silk Umbrellas, Novelty Handles, equal in style and appearance to any $0 Umbrella,, for • '153 Ask To See Our $15.00 Suits for Men, $10.00. i $20ioO' Suits tor Men $15.00. Fine as Tailor Made. Further Great Reduction on Children's Suits,' Knee Pants made from Bern- nants by the Thomas Manufacturing Co., worth up to $1, Choice 25 .Cents. Base Ball Outfits Free with Suits. Nellie Ely Caps, and Straw Hats! See our Ladies Kid Button Patent Leather Tip Shoes Men's every day Shoes Dress Shoes * .88 98 I 25 ALLS T YLES, OTTO A. KRAUS "OF COURSE." HONEST BEAUTY TRICKS. CONSUL CORT2 RECALLED'? How Loveliness Can Be Enhanced Without Deleterious Ert«cts, " | There are comparatively harmless I ays of accentuating natural beautv. ! 'or instance, perfumes may beindulg-ed Daily Journal. WEDNESDAY MOKNING MAY IS. Colonel J. P." Grey of Frankfort is .in the city. Prepare for the grand heme entertainment of the Military Band on the 19th inst.,., " Mr. Herman Taptka, of Cincinnati, is in,the city,, the guest of Miss Mary Kreutzberger. "Isn'tshebeautiful?" "Certainly. She uses Flora A.' Jones' famous • 'Blush of Roses" for the complexion. 1— Mr. K'olman'Franklin of Huntington arrived in the cityjyesterday on a day or two's visit with his family here. Mr. Franklin is engaged with his brother in business at Huntington and is prospering. The Epworth League is holding a .May festival at Crawfordsville this week. President Tuttle, of Wabash, deliveredQthe . initiatory sermon, and- there were iectvres by Judge Baldwin, of Logansport, and Prof J. M. Coulter. . A. G. Paddock, lately one of the proprietors Qof .the Murdock House in this city, but recently of Union City, Michigan, has purchased the leading hotel at Zanesville, Wis., and-willat once assume charge of the same. He has-hosts of friends in this city, who will wisb-him well in his new house. ; The celebrated ^Logansport Mandolin orchestra 'made up of Messrs. El. mer and "Charles 'Worstell, Clarence McKeever and :Lily Emmett, treated the Journal office '-to a very pleasant serenadej last .night,'-for which thanks are hereby extended. "-This quartette furnishes;': exceptionally" pne.'music,' and the numerous. social engagements they haVe in advance: speak ,-well- for the popularity pi their music.. ,, Their reportou?e; of njuaic is ( choice and well selected and their execution'gOod. Murtln Grlner'K Funeral. The funeral of Martin Griner'whose tragic death created such a : sensation in the city Saturday evening was conducted from the residence of his family on Canal street yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock. The barbers of the city and the Knights .of Hqnpr,. not in a body, but as citizens attended the funeral of their deceased member, the pall bearers .being. made .up from the barber's union-. In ;the Journal's previous statement;, of the amount of insurance carried by the deceased an inacuracy in the • amount, in the Knights ofJffono.r.was made, he hav- ingbut $2,000 instead, of. $8,000 as previously stated. .-/•'•.'. The body of Griner's victim, Mrs'. Keister, is still lying at Woll'"& Parker's and will be buried this afternoon. W. C. Welty. of Monticello, son of the unfortunate woman, arrived in the city yesterday, and while claiming the body of his mother, declared that he was in no position to give her burial.and the county will give her interment in the Potter's field. Coroner Ballard has not yet concluded his investigation of the trag«- d.y, but no new incidents of the tragic affair have'been brought out. The Baud Concert • . ., The Logansport Military Band is preparing to give a grand concert and comedy performance at the opera house on the evening of the 19th inst. The program includes musical specialties by the band, piano solos, baton drill, musical specialties 'by the Worstell Bros., solos, quartettes, etc., the whole to conclude with a laughable afterpiece, entitled. "Aunt Susie's Ball" by a selected cast. Secure your seats for the occasion, A party of German Baptists with their quaint ^manners and odd garb was at the Pan Handle station some time yesterday en route from some point up the Wabash road to Trot- wood.0., to attend the annual meeting of that religious body.- .;'A large party of the German Baptists• will be. in.the city the latter part of the week, en route from Camden where there is a large following of them to the scene of their assembly. . HarriKOii Note*. N. S. Brandt is the happy father of a boy. Mrs. Ringer is quite sick at this writing. Most of the farmers are done planting corn. Miss Huldah Miller spent Sunday' : with her sister Miss Emma.. ' ' Clarence Sharp of Logansport, is visiting friends and relatives. Mrs. Grimes, of Atlanta, Ga,, is at the bedside -of-her .mother, who is quite sick. Doc Armstrong spent a few days at .Cam.dea the past week, visiting his brother Thad. A number of our young folks attended the singing at Mr, Gibson's last week and report a pleasant time.. : The Y. P. S. C. E. of Concord will give a peach social at the home of Mr. Armstrong on "Wednesday evening May 20. All are invited. • • . TKOTH. The Burnett-Clark Case. The case of At water C. Barnett vs. the Clarks and the present proprietor of the Barnett hotel, A. C. Griffith for the recovery of the Baruett hotel property is in progress in the circuit court before Judge Burson, of Wina mac. The case is being warmly contested.'Mr. Barnett being represented byM. Winfield, D. C. Justice and J. C. Nelson, while the defendants inter ests are looked after by Fansler and Kistler and Q. A. Myers. The testimony of the plaintiff is nearly all in aad the ease will be concluded in a day or two. The Clarks as was supposed would be the case, have not showed up in person and Mr.-Griffiih is left to fight the battle alone. The case is attracting considerable interest and many are speculating on the result of the trial. Procure your tickets in advance for the Military band concert on the evening of the 19th inst. The object of this concert is to secure funds for the purchase of new uniforms for the boys. ' Arthur Stuart, of the Spencer House", Marion, was ic the city yesterday, called here asawithess in the Barnett- Clark case. Mrs. Charles Morrell, of west Canal street, is lying dangerously ill and it isJeared that she will not recover. Rudim IVniit* .Pull Particulars of the.Xew Orleans.AflUir.i .,: v ,i i, , KOHE. May 13.—The-Italian'-consul at New Orleans, Sig-. Corte, has been no- n'by everybody 7o77h7nT JtimTlatin-j ^^ tO J ' eturn home in 9 rder to ^ nd refreshing properties, especially n>sh the- Italian government with-an - avender, lemon,- roses, violets saire exact ac «>unt. of the events-which have " and benzoin. Thick lips can be reduced taken place S3rlce tbe ' m ™d<* of Chief by rubbing with tannin. Pale lips can °* * ° hc , e Hennes sy. ..Vice Consul Porno, be induced to show color by friction of ; lnthe ltajlsm consulate of; New York, with black grapes. • • ; ' wl11 act * or Consul Corte in the interim. 1 ' It is believed here thaf Italy is,seeking to obtain the moral support of its allios. in the triple alliance in the position it lias taken against the United States. WASHISGTOX, May 12.—The news of Consul Corte's recall is/ confirmed.-^ It ' will not be because of any representa- At the Boiler-makers' Convention at Indianapolis yesterday, J. C. McNul ty, of'Birmingham; George Packer, Kansas; City; Raymon Garcia, Atlanta, George A. Stemter, Logansport, Ind., and Geqrge Cole, of Springfield, O. were appointed on the committee on resolutions. Commendable. All claims not consistent with the 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 pro- tensions . that every bottle will not substantiate. .. • ' Jos. .MandeljCopenedV his elegant sample room • last, night and. many were the persons who attested to the completeness ' of-the appointments of the same. George Black and Jesse Van Buren presided over the affair in their inimitable style and the place was granted assurance of being a real fixture. .. ' Bradtiold'n Female Regulator Should be used by the young woman, she who suffers, from'any disorder peculiar to her sex, and atr change of life,is- a powerful tonic; benefits all who use it. Write'theBradfield Regulator Co. for particulars. Sold by Ben Fisher & Co to! 6 QUEER SUPERSTITIONS. Some of the Old Beliefs Connected wltli Ciives ana Care-Dwellers. Caves bave in all ages excited tlie awe and admiration of mankind and have been the centers around which cluster many leg-ends and superstitions. They were the abodes of the sibyls and :the nymphs of Roman mythology and in Greece they were the early temples of Pan, Bacchus, Pluto and the Moon .as well .as the . places where the 'famous oracles were , delivered at Delphi, Corinth and Mount Cith- aeron. Their names are frequently the survival of some superstitious 'idea of the earlier world, as, for example, tlie fairy's dragons or devil's caves of Europe. The superstition? remained: longer in Germany than elsewhere. Long after the "little men"' had forsaken their haunts in the lowland forests and glens of that country they were imagined as dwelling in deep subterranean palaces in the Hartz mountains, whence they came from 'time to time to take a fugitive glance at their old dominion. There is the famous legend of Frederick Barbaressa asleep in the enchanted cavern, and in like mannsr the hills of Granada are still believed by the Moors to contain the great Boabdil and his sleeping hosts, who will awake when some adventurous mortal invades their repose to restore the glory of the Moors in Spain. Caves have been used in all ages by mankind for habitation, refuge and burial. In a very remote period of the, world's history a race of men called "cave-dwellers" lived in caverns in certain portions of Europe where such natural fissures abound. They probably bore a strong resemblance to the Esquimau of to-day; lived by hunting and fishing and were clad in skins sewed together with sinews or strips of intestines. This primitive race possessed no domestic animals, nor were they acquainted with the art of spinning or that of ' making pottery.—Chicag-o Lemon, orange and cucumber peels are excellent .for the complexion. Let • them soak in water,: for they not only- soften, but tonify and freshen the complexion, keeping the flesh healthy and firm. When wiping- the face always wipe upward, for this saves many a wrinkle and fulness under the chin.. The eyes should always be wiped toward the nose, as it presses out the fine line from the corners. A good plan to preserve the skin from becoming set and old is to give the face- perfect rest four. or four times a day. No matter how busy one's life is, if possible to lie down -for even five minutes at a time, close the eyes and keep the face in repose. If this is done daily it will- prevent the hag-g-ard look noticeable with too many women. Good powder will not harm the skin; on the contrary it gives a soft, cool look and comfortable feeling 1 . . • . Bice powder is the best to use. It is a good plan, to cleanse the face prior to retiring- to. rest with .a little cream or milk of cucumber. Apply with a soft piece of linen, dabbing- it well over the tion made by the United States, for no representation was-made, nor was it because ..of .the demand j of the New. Orleans 'people. The belief in best-informed circles here is that the Rome dispatch gives the main facts and that Corte is wanted in Italy *o give his government a better understanding of ..the situation. Rudini would hardly recall tlie "consul for intemperate language when he himself has set the example. 1 ••:'• '••>"' LoxDOJf, May 12.—If is believed that- Italy is,, seeking- to obtain- tlie moral support of her allies in the triple alliance in., the position she has taken ag-ainst the ; • United States; The appeal of , the.-, Italian government to other European govern ments in. demanding .from the United States protection lor resident aliens is face, then- wipe off the superfluous ' laughed.at in.Berlin.in : - view of the in-v .moisture. Tliis cleanses the skin better than, water and encourag-es a delicate and'white complexion. Rain water •should, be used whenever possible, otherwise distilled or rose water.—17. Y. Journal. Tried to Kill the Czar's Son. • BERLIN, May 13.—A dispatch from Tokio reports that an attempt has been made upon the life of the-czarowitz, who is seriously wounded, but in no da.nger of dying. Only the most meager particulars are at hand. From what little is known, it seems that the czaro- witz was suddenly attacked from behind by a Japanese who was armed with a sword. The motive of the crime is not known. crease of- Italian, emigants to. America., He Plead Guiltj-. CHEPPEWA FALLS,. Wis.,:,May 12.—Ex- County Treasurer Serley, on Monday- pleaded ffuilty to embezzling- 330,000 of the county's fund. Serley has been in jail over five months and-stoutly-maintained his innocence .until Ms trial was begun. ..,'.''., , .' Killed in a. Runaway. : WATEHVILLE, Me., May 12.—Miss BeUe Rowe, while riding-with her uncle Monday, was thrown from, tho carriage and. killed her .neck being:,broken. Her uncle was seriously. injured and is still unconscious. Tho Croud of Europe. A New Yorker who has recently made a European tour was struck with the excellence of the bread that he procured wherever he went while abroad. He says that when be first traveled in Europe, forty, years'ago, It was hard to get good bread anywhere outside of France., and in most places the bread ' was heavy, or damp, or coarse, or.sour. But in his recent tour, which extended from 1 the British Isles to the Golden Horn, he found fresh, light, sweet, whole^lme bread every where. He says that, the products of the bake-shop have been greatly improved within a generation in tho towns of Germany, Spain, Austria, ftaiy, the Damibian principalities and Turkey, and that the bakers usad better material, do better work and furnish better loaves and rolls than. in former times.—N. Y. Sun. KOCHESTER, Ind., May 13.—Charles Mitchell, a-'young- farmer in jailhere, charged with theft, committed suicide by taking strychnine. Threo Lives I/ost. JENNINGS, 0., May 12.—On Monday, a passenger train struck a timber projecting over the track throwing a number of men who were unloading a car on the siding under the wheels. Three were killed and others were injured. Sudden Death of a 1'astor. WABASH, Ind., May 13.—Monday morning John Hush, a prominent minister of the Friends church, died suddenly at his home in South Wabash. He had been afflicted with .heart trouble. He was 48 years old and an able and popular pastor. Killed His New Master. GOSIIKN, Ind., May 13.—-Sunday Joseph Mlcner and Berry Wegner traded horses. Micner started home in a road cart, when his new horse kicked him. in the stomach, injuring him so severely that death resulted. " ^ A failure. WABASH, Ind., May 13.—D. E. Mo- Donald, proprietor of a general merchandise store at Somerset, .Ind.,'has failed. • His liabilities are about 312,000; his assets less than §10,000. (JuJjurdoQiiblc. Blinkins—Why does Miss Beauty hate you so? • Wilkins (sadly)—I once took her for a less beautiful girl.—Good News. The Prevailing- Eonui. "You look tired." "I am." "Too many social dissipations?" "No. Not enough."—Puck. Sure to Be Warm. Dobson—1 wouldn't go home to dinner now; it will be cold. Snodkyns—My wife will make, it hot enough for me.—Light. The Only Exception. "Is Larkin a square man?" •. . . "Yes, when he is not round among amonathe bo.vs."-Munsev's Weeklv. Both tfae method and Jesuits -whet Syrup of Pigs is taken; it is pleasact and refreshing to the taste, and act! gently yet promptly on the Kidneys, Liver and Bowtis, cleanses the sys- i tern effectually, dispels colds, -headaches and fevers and cures habitual constipation. Syrup-of Figs is thf only remedy of its ..kind ever pro duced, pleasing to the taste ..and acceptable to tbe stomach,' prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects, prepared oniy from, the most healthy and agreeable" substancesrits , | many excellent qualities commend it | to all and have -made it the most i popular remedy known. " ' > * Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c and §1 bottles by &il leading 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 v substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CG" . SM FSANC/8CO, GAL, iOUISYIU£;xY.'"' TorsalebyB.F.Keertlmand all J

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