Are you going to build, Repair or Want Veranda? See Thompson's Lumber Company. They buy cheap and sell cheap. Yard and Office, Sixth and High Street. TOCR NAME IN PBDfT. FOOLESONO BROS. Undertakers and Embalmers And Ratall Dealers in FURNITURE Of-all Kinds and UPHOLSTERING. 424 BROflDWflY. Calls Promptly Attendedito Day orJNight. Phone Ko 99. CANT S They Can Do It! Read and Tell Yonr Friends About It! of Granulated sugar worth 45e for 15o 1 Ib Coffee 25c for lOo 2400 Matches worth 35o for 15c lib best Gronnd Pepper worth ~- 40c for 20o 1 Ib best Ground Mustard worth 40o for 25c 1 gallon best Vinegar worth 40o for 20c 3 bars best Soap worth 15c for lOo 1 Ib best Young Hyson Tea worth 75c for 35c 3 cans best Tomatoes worth 30c for 25c i can best Peaches worth 25c for 15o $3.00 $2.00 We will sell the above list which is worth $3.00 for $2, until May Gth and no longer. This is positively CASH; no part of the order -will be sonsidered. This is the best offer ever made to the people of Cuss Co. J. H. FOLEY, 22S Market street, Telephone, 100, Logansport, Indiana COCKBURN BROS. Money to Loan on Morten*?".Security on Eus Monthly Payments. We Write F!ro, Life, Accliiont, Plate Glass and Tornuilo Insnmncs. Bui' and Soil Roftl Estnto. Call and See Us, OHlce Kooms 2 Mil S Spry Building. J. M. McKINSEY, General Tire, JLife and Accident Insurance. Money to Loan in Small; Amounts. 413 BROADWAY. WANTED TO SELL The North Street House on North utreot between 5th and Oth street. Will be sold on reasonable terms, iddress, MRS. CHAS. MARKLE, Hartford City, Ind. WANTED!* REAL ESTATE. Wanted, Chaap Cottages For Sale. Wanted Lotn and Acres Tor Sale, i Wanted Small Farm* For Sale. Wonted BuslneJi Blocks For Sale.* Wanted to .Kxctianse-lTarnis for City Property, •Wanted Mprclmndlse to Trade for Farms. DDRE33 .H. M.:GOBDO?J. Sprj Block Logans port, Indiana. -D. W. TOMUNSON. 2REAL ESTATE bought and sold. 1 MONET loaned on reasonable terms. OFFICE 400 Broadway, 3d floor. Entrance on 4th Street. KROE^ER & STRAIN, Undertakers and Embalmers, 613 Broadway. Dr. E. H. Grace, DENTAL PARLORS, 316 Market St. Ifow ideas la Gold Crown and Bridge Work. DAILY JOURNAL FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 3. Girl wanted at 224 3el River avenue. Blue bib overalls for children at Otto's. Eddie Foy will make you laugh long and loud Saturday night. . John F. Long has moved from No. 1404 Toledo street to No. 409 Canal street. Mrs. Mary Streuve has been released from the county jail on her promise to reform. Natural gas bills for May now duo and payable at the company's office on Pearl street. Don't suffer with your feut, it only coats 75 cents for Oxford ties—Steven, son & Kllnalok. John Camblne haa been released from jail. He says he will go to Kokomo shortly. Such values as Otto Is showing in suits for $7.50 la remarkable. None are worth less than $15, and some $20. The Wabash railroad will tell round trip tickets to Peru Saturday May 4th for 65 cents account of Wallace's sircus. Judgment in the sum of $28 has been awarded the plaintiff in the case of W. H. Wharfleld va. Chester D. Woolsey. A rumor that a stranger had been sandbagged and robbed in the olty early yesterday morning, was denied by the police. Jesse Clemmona of Fulton, died Wednesday of pneumonia. He was buried yesterday. The deceased was prominent Dunkard. The sizes on first lot are broken, iherbfore, Otto advises hie patrons seeking his extraordinary bargain! to wait lor second ihipment due Saturday; I llema at a Personal (Character Con' eernlnicJLoc*n«portert» and Their PrtenUH. In the city yesterday: Wilbert Ward of South Bend. J. C. Underwood of Frankfort. Phil Lyons, clothier of Marlon. George K. Hughes, Meedames Al Witty and D. Camp of Monlicello. S. £. Howe transacted business yes. terday at Peru, Miss Kate Sullivan is a guest of her sister at Frankfort. C. R. Eckstein was at Peru yesterday visiting friends. Charles Michaels was visiting at Peju early In the week. Tho9. Cavanaugh Is here from Springfield, Ohio, on business. Mrs. J. B. Shultz Is a Suest of her sister, Mrs. John W. Kern at Indianapolis. Emmett Morrow, Ed Lotz and John Parriah, are fishing at Lake Maxinkuckee. Miss Minnie Landis of Flora, Is vie. iting- Mr. and Mrs. Obe Shaw of the North Side. Mrs. B. F. Keeslicg was at Middletown, Ind., yesterday to attend the funeral of an auit. Jerome Barry man and family came home yesterday from Tlpton, where they visited relatives. Mrs. Minnie Burke has returned to her home at Delphi after visiting Mrs. Fannie Gruber in the city. George Graf, the printer, has gone to Peru. lie will next week take a position on the Peru Journal. Mr. and Mrs. B. F. McKeen of Terre Haute are visiting the family of their son, Charles McKeen, in the city." John Coulson and John Flanagln were at Lake Maxlnkuokee for two days, fishing. They report tbe.sport poor. Misses Cella Klley, Netta Cameron, Nellie Klley and Kate Cameron, young ladles of Marioo who have been visiting here a day or two, returned home this morning. Samuel Beard Is here from Chilli - cothe, Mo., after an absence from Cass county of over fifteen years. Ho Is visiting relatives and searching for signs of the city as he remembers It. ""Among those from the olty who attended the Dunkleberg-Crockette wedding at Lafayette, were John B. Fox, Will R. Small, John W. Barnes, Dr. J W. Mllllgan, Mrs. Dr. J. G. Rogers and Misses Mary Rogers and Lizzie WABASH'S NEW ST. LOUIS ESTRANGE An Associated Frees dispatch from St. Louis reads as follows. "The Wabash will with the change of time for the summer, run its first day trains between St. Louis and Chicago in both directions and its fast freight trains east from St. Louis to Toledo and Detroit over the elevated line and the Merchant's bridge to and from the union station. Other trains of the Wabash system east of the river will continue to run via. East St. Louis, ;he St. Louis bridge and the tunnel, mt the tunnel route will be avoided for the Chicago and the eastern fast freight trains, the Big: Four and the Bluff line, and now that the Wabash has selected the Merchant's bridge route for the St. Louis Inlet and outlet, the passengers by the through trains will have no cause for complaint this summer on account of the tunnel." Necessity Knows No Law We cannot hope for profit now. It is tin last week of our , Great Removal Sale. Crookette. Very Kev. M. E. Campion and Rev. H. Koehne were among the many clergymen who attended the 'silver anniversary of Rev. John Blcckmann, of St. Mary's church, Michigan City, Wednesday. Father Bleckmatm has spent 25 years in the priesthood. He was formerly stationed at Delphi. Rev. D. P. Putnam attended -the meeting of the Board of Trustees of Lane Seminary, of whlahhe is a member, Wednesday at Cincinnati. He was also present at the commencement exercises of the seminary held yesterday. The Board of Trustees' was in executive eeseion for .several hours Wednesday and transacted business of great Importance to the Institution. The reslgnatloa of Dr. Edward D. Morris as Dean of the seminary was accepted. MALICIOU3 PROSECUTION On May 1st the shops of the Vandalla commenced working ten hour a day. Grand chief Arthur of the B. of L. E. will shortly sail for Europe to remain until fall. As an economic measure no more freight engines of the Chicago division of the Pan Handle will be equipped with automatic bell ringers. The directors of the Pennsylvania lines on Wednesday declared a 2J per cent, semi-annual dividend payable May Slst in cash. As the capitalization of the road is $129,287,550 the dividend will Involve the distribution of $3,332,600, nearly half of which will go to Europe. But few people are awaie of the facts which led to the invention of the useful car seat lock. Before their Invention selfish people caused conductors and brakemen much annoyance by appropriating double seats. Mr. George McGregor, now an inmate of the Odd Fellows' Home at Cincinnati, when on a trip, saw the Importance of such a device, and, being a locksmith, returned home and perfected the idea he had formed for such a lock. After making several unsuccessful attempts to place It on the market ho sold the patent for a pittance, and the purchaser has realized a handsome for« tune from It, Because it could not be proved that the International Grand Lodge of tbe Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers Is an .incorporated body, Judge Clifford, of Chicago, took from the jury the caee of William A- Burns, and discharged the prisoner. Some time ago Burnt; was Indicted for forging and counterfeiting the seal of the organization mentioned, It being alleged that by means of falee dies and'stamps he had obtained passes and sold them to scalpers. An Ineffectual attempt was made to show that the brotherhood was incorporated in Ohio, but a letter of denial from the secretary of that state settled the matter. The last week al Only a few days more* the New Fashion Store. Opportunity makes the prices. We prefe^ to sell rather than to move. Go through our first and second floors tomorrow and every day this week. Look for what you want now or may nee< in the future, for you will Never Buy So Cheap Again! HARRY FRANK Ne v York, Logansport, Delphi, Flora. Spring Suitings, Spring Overcoatings, Spring Trouserings,! Novelties all in waiting for you to cornel and select them. If you are hard to please) our goods and prices will win you. PIERCE, THE TAILOR. 81O.BIIOAJ>WAV. Charged by William Deverlll The Prudential Jblfe Insurance Co— He Aik» Damigea. William Deverlll, ex-agent for the Prudential Lite Insurance company at Lafayette, who was arrested and acquitted on the charge of appropriating the company's funds, has begun suit for damages, demanding §10,000, against the Prudential and its inspector, Mr. Hatfield, who made the complaint against him, for malicious prosecution. Deverlll waa In jail for some time during the proceedings had in his case, In discharging Deverlll the court held that the defendant had apent the company's money in advancing Its In terests and without any intent to defraud. The original arrest ,of Dev- erlll was brought about by the American Surety company. Hummer Kates to narmoBf—lake IHaxInknekee, From Logansport, Ind.. beginning May 1, tickets Bold Saturdays good returning including Monday following date of sale $1; tlcketsjgood returning ten days from date of sale fl.SOjtlcketg good returning thirty days from date of sale, $1.65. Family tickets good for any number of purchasers, family Including servants and limited to Sep.. temberSO, following date of sale, 16 trips, $17.50; 40 trips. $20. In addition to the above there will be party tickets sold to parties of ten or more, going and returning in a body. Rates can be had upon application to J. G. EDGEWOBTH, Agt Notice to Thentre After conferring with, the Manager of the Eddie Foy show, • OS »he Earth," Saturday night, we concluded not to raise the curtain until 8:40 p. m., as this ie the biggest show ever given In Logansport, actually ueiug 115 people on the stage. I hope that everybody who can, especially buel- neee people, will take advantage of this holding of the curtain. The performance will laat until 12 o'clock. Eddie Foy will positively appear in the cast. S. B. PATTERSON, Manager Opera House. ALL THE LATEST STYLES IN Summer Suitings AT 4i8 Market St. The Latest Style Shoes. Pilling the shoe man is showing some very elegant styles in spring and summer foot-wear, especially those beautiful -white Oxfords and the price only a trifle, $1.95 and his colored man will keep them clean for you free of charge. Who does more for your trade? Tan Shoes are Quite tbe Thine. Especially so when they are kept nice and clean. Filling's artist understands his business and will keep them looking nice and new. .Filling's stock of tan goods can not be equall ed in the city. A Shining; Reward. Will be given to anyone baying their shoes of Pilling, .'412 Broadway and did you know his line of shoes are -warranted both in price and quality. Price guaranteed to be as low if not lower than any other shoe house on the same class of good honest shoes. No cheap shoes, bat good shoes at low prices. on a A New Firm. STEELE & YOUKEY can save you from $6 to $8 a suit of Tailor Made Clothes. All wool goods and perfect fit guaranteed. Suits from $14 to $35. We invite your patronage. Steele & Youkey, 4O4 Broadway. Up Stairs. If you want yoor lace curtains to look the same as new, send them to us for laundrying. A long experience in this line of work enables us to guarantee satisfaction. GA3CPBHIJ, BROS., : 429 Market St IF YOU ARE GOING TO MAKE GARDEN. Itjwlll pay yon to be particulars to whose seeds you buy. We are now in the market with a full line of Landreth's seeds for the season of 1895, and I wish to say to the gardeners and others using geeda, .... that while Landreth's seeds may be a little higher price then some otheri they are always fresh, clean and true to name, and as we handle no other : seeds except those grown by Landreth & Sons of Philadelphia our '00*7 tomers may rely on getting nothing bat the very best. I believe that th» cost of the seeds is nothing compared to the crop, and when a person ha* the trouble to put out a garden, he Bhoald use nothing but the very bert. We handled Landreth's seeds for four years and have never heard a single complaint; in fact, our customers unhesitatingly pronounce them perfect in ever particular, and as an evidence of this fact, we have almost the en-. tire trade of all the gardeners around Logansport as well as many from, a • distance. Oar trade has increased on this particular line of goods more' than tenfold since we have been in the business? We also have a fall line, of garden tools and field seeds. Remember that tbe firm, of Landreth & Sons has been 115 years in occupation of seed growing. George Harrison. 617,628 Broadway.
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