Which in your mind carries the most the button or the suspenders. / ; We can furnish i you very responsible suspenders at a very moderate cost. DEWENTER, The Hatter and Furnisher. ... Save This Coupon . No extra charge for it, but it is valuable. It bares our names, and that will remind you of the necessity of a New Spring Suit. Present this coupon with a nominal sum of money at our store and we will make to your order the handsomest suit of clothes 'that ever adornedjour body. TUCKER & YOUNG, THE, PEflRL STRE.ET TftlLORS. vVvi 'HAS. W. SeLEGUE, [tchmaker and Engraver. Corner window Jnlmston'.i DrnK Store. Broml- roj n:icl Fourth streets. Formerly with J. D. Taylor. A 11 work warranted. Give him n call. CR. F. M. BOZER'S DENTAL PARLORS. j Overstate National Bank, Logansport, Ind. Sealed Proposals, To furnish supplies tor the forlhern Indiana Hospital lor Insane, For the Montirof June, 1895, rill be received by thp Board of Trustees, at th« MpltJil. until 1'2 o'clock M.. on Tuesday, nt Htli. IS 1 . 1 !!. Sflfl Specifications In State Httoiwl Bank. By order ot tho Board. Long Cll(t,|LoK;vnsDOrt, Irul., May 1st, 1895. J. G. ROGERS, Medical Supt DAILY JOURNAL. SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 4 Girl wanted nt 224 Sol River RVOCUO. McKeon'a stencilttuodry—good work .Six pounds tspiocc. for 25o today at oley'a. Natural gas bills for May now due id payable. « , contd buys S-pound cun Callfor, S-icots at Traut'a. Sweaters in endless variety at Fish" •'a, 4th and Broadway. The last tlmo thla year, Eddie Foy , ,"0ff tho Earth" tonight. Not old, but now waists worth $1,50 day only 98o.—Trade Palaao. Choice fresh flsh, country bultor id mushrooms for Sunday dinner, al odrell'B. To purify, vitalize and enrichs the ood, and give nerve, bodily and gertlv* strength, take Hood's Snrs»- urllla. Our line of gent's and ladles' sum- er underwear la very large and vory leap. Ladles' 1 vests from 7} cents >; gent's from 25 cents up; a oand- me gent's ribbed cotton garment for I cents—The Bee Hive. j Awarded llfhMt Honors—World's Fair. DR; CREAM RAK1N [/MOST PERFECT MADE. •* Crap* Cream (.'TartarPowder. Fret i Ammonia, Alum <v iny other adulterant K.. : 40 YEARS THE STANDARD, THE CASE OF JOHN HEINTZ Who Died at Fair-mount Recently After ail Operation JI«d Keen Performed— What a Fhytlclsn May*. At Falrmount recently John Helntz a glass worker, was treated for a gathering in his head. Dr. V. C. Moore of that place, and Dr. Nolder held a consultation on (he case, and an operation was decided upon. The operation waa performed Sunday, and consisted of the drilling into the ekull of the afflicted man with a foot power dentist's drill. The patient died a few hours later. It has been said that the operation le an extraordinary one, when in fact, says a local physl- oian, the case is very common. It is also assorted that a hole was drilled entirely through Heintu' skull, when, in fact, if such had boen the case, he would have died instantly. In case of a suit against the physicians /or criminal malpractice, it is assorted that they could show that they went about tha operation carefully. Tho usual course, the physician states is tho use of a hand drill, and cases have boon known in which a gouge and a hammer wore used in perform, ing llio operations. A 121Kb School .Reception. At tho homo of Miss Gertrude Carroll, No. 1220 North street, the juniors find seniors of the Logansport high school were' jivoa a meet enjoyable reooption last night. Tho evening was spout in games and various nmusomon.a and refreshment wjre served at 10 o'clock. The ElUs mandolin club made music for tho dancers aad ',hat amusomect was continued until late. _ 1'ollOc* nt Walton. Two tickets have been nominated at Walton aa follows: For clerk, M. M. Mlnnick and D. P. Hurd; treasurer, W. P. Beall and Frank Fair; marshal, R. D. Bell and Kph Wysong; councilmen, first ward, W. D. Elites and Sam Llndersmith; fourth ward, M. M. Howard and V. Flomorfelt. The election will take place Monday May 6th. ^ Fined for Aliened A**nuU. Harry A. Stover, a son of James Stover, claimed he was struck by a rake handle Wednesday, and that the rake was wielded by Mrs. Chas. FOBS ler, a neighbor, who reached over the fence to commit the alleged assault. Yesterday Mrs. Fossler plead guilty and paid $1 and costs, $10, in 'Squire Right's court The people live in Shultztown. WorU'i Colimblu Expttltlon Was of value to the world by illustrating the Improvements in the mechanical arts, and eminent physicians will tell you that the progress In medicinal agenta, has been of equal Importance, and as a strengthening laxative that Syrup of Figs is far la advance of all others. K»»rj Girt U H»r Seed a at times a safe and gentle tonic to counterbalance the extra drains on the physical and nervous system, Zov Phora (Woman's Friend) will give leaUh and frechneiifor weakness and pallor. Sold by B. F. Keeiling & Joulson * Co. TOUR SAME ISPBDIT. ItemN of a Personal [.Character Con- oeraing lioguiBportc?M.and Their Frlenao. In the city yesterday: Ed Johnson of Marlon. C. T. Bartlelt of Muncle. Mrs. E. A. Gould and Miss Eottig of Peru. Col. Kenney ol Indianapolis, special pension examiner. ' Jos. Hall of Kokomo was In the city last night. John Mulcahy waa at Marion yes, terday on business. Chas. E. Johnson was yesterday calling on Peru friends. Miss Sarah Montgomery Is at Young America visiting friends this week. Mr, and Mrs. Al Anderson are hare from Anderson visiting friends a few days. M, Barnard came home yesterday from Indianapolis after a visit with his parents. Henry Welch who has been on an extended trip through the West, has returned home. Detective L Silas Morgan will goto Peru today to seethe first performance of Wallace's circus. Mrs. Henry Siittlner has returned to her home at Toledo, Ohio, after a visit of several days here. Miss Gertrude Sumption will reenter school at TerreHftute next week. She graduates late in Juno. Thomas Flsk of New Hampshire, is here for a visit with his brother, C. W. Flek, the Insurance man. Miss Mints Allen has returned from Marlon where she waa the guest of MlsaCora Bennett a few days. Charles B. Slno went to Indianapo. Us yesterday on business connected with some big building contracts. Thomas J. Carter of Indianapolis, clerk of the State printing board, is In the city, the guest of W. S, Wright. J, E. Irwin of the West Side is on. tertalnlng his father and mother this week. Mr. Irwln, sr., lives at Bourbon, lad. Misses Gertrude Winters, Edith and Edna Skinner, will go to Peru this morning to see Wallace's circus and visit friends. Miss Kato Strauas will arrive today from Terro Haute for a visit with her father, Henry Strausa, the Vandalla engineer. Kokomo Dispatch: Chester and Mrs. Wlltsle are over from Logansport for a visit with Mrs. WiHsle's parents, Dr. andMra. Puckett. Miss Alicia Galnen has gone to Indianapolis to take a position with her brother, who is in the tailoring bus! ness at the capital city. R. G. Fender of New York City, who has been for a week the guest of his brother, 'Squire Geo. W. Fender, left yesterday for his homo. John D,Young left last night for tha Internallonn.1 convention of the Young Mori's Christian Association which meets in Springfield, Mass. G-30. W. Stuart and family of Buck h^an, W. ;Va., aro visiting bis brother, W. B. Stuart of tho North SWe, after a separation of about 25 years. D. D. Doyle? a painter from Ricn. mond, has returned to that city after : stay of six weeks here, during which time he was employed at the naw Vandalia depot. Mrs. Valentine Grusenmeyer who has been visiting for ten days with her parents, Mr. and Mra, John Seybold, yesterday returned to her home at Greenville, Ohio. Frank W. Kirk was recently married to a young lady from Dacatur, 111. Mr. and Mrs. Kirk are now.yislt- ing in the city. Frank waa formerly connected with the Johnston hotel here. Kokomo Tribune: D. A. Stough, of Logansport, is the guest of his (jueet of hia father-in-law, Thos. H. Walker, West Monroe street. Mr. Stough has the reputation of being one of the beat baas singers In the State. The local post, T. P. A., wiU be well represented at the meeting of. traveling men at Indianapolis. Among hoie who are already on the ground are J. T. Eillott, Joseph Reltemler, T. M. Qulgley and Wllklni, T. P. VanHorn, H. C. Wllley, Bert Ross, G. D. Custer, W. C. Fisher, Robert Geary, Bert Viney, Clark Tajlor, Joe Taylor, ^mll Keller. Peru Chronicle: Mrs. E. A Gould and Miss Georgia Rottig spent the day at Logansport....W. C. Fischer of Loganiport was In the city today Misses Bertha Castle and Graoe Everett are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. F.ed MoDermott at Logansport Chas. E. Johnson of Logansport, was in the city last night. Wlnamao Democrat-Journal: Dr. John Medarls of Logansport came out Tuesday.-evening' as a witness in the Brookston case.... Mrs. C. 0. Fenton of Logansport visited at Mra. S. R. Tyler 1 *....Mrs. J. R. Dukes resumed from Loeansport Friday evening Judge S. T. McConnell, Judge M. Winfield and attorneys C. E. T«ber and A. G. Jenkins of Logansport were inlerested parties in the Brooksvon academy sait, on trial in. our circuit court tbla week. OFFICERS ELECTED OVER A MILLION BUS. NOW IN USE The T. 1*. T. ». of St. llridgefa Church Xame ServantH-A Speecb on Ttm- perance by Father Kelly. At the meeting Thursday eight of the Young Ftople's Temperance Society of St. Bridget's Catholic church, thtjKev. 3. M- Kelly of Lagro, made an address on the evils of intemperance which was much enjoyed. Officers were chosen by the society for the next E!I months as follows: President—Michael Drlscoll. Vice President—Edward Campbell. Recording Secretary—Miss Mamie Mahoney. Financial Secretary—Miss Maggie Cunningham. Treasurer-—John Holland. Marshal—John Burns. Guard—Pat Mahoooy. Delegates to theStaie Conventional Terre Haute May 28th and 29ih—John Holland, Miss Maggie Cunningham and Miss May Burns. Alternates: Jas, Laughlin, Miss Mamie Friend and MUs Carrie Keller. CHILD BADLY SCALDED Ilertliu, the SIx-Yenr-OIit Dangliternf A.UKii*ln Sinltli FallH lulo a Tub of Hot Water, A six-year-old daughter of Mrs. Augusta Smith of Fourth street was terribly burned about the lower limbs yesterday at 8:30 a. m. The little one fell into a tub of boiling water that was to bo used for washing clothing and was fearfully Injured before she could be rescued. When her clothirg and shoes and stockings were removed that her hurts might be dressed,the flesh.half cooked came off with the garments, and the child's agony waa most painful to witness, She was resting easily last night and will in time recover. l»eath of Edgar Jameson. Edgar Jameson, 'aged 30 years, died at noon yesterday of consumption at his home in Bethlehem township. The deceased leaves a wife and child. The funeral cortege will leave the house at.ten o'clock Sunday for the Bethel "church where the funeral ser-> vlcss will be held, Rev. E. S. Scott, D. D. officiating. In One .Location S'xty-lwo Venr». Sixty-two years ago yesterday, May 3, 1833, .the Hon. Chas. B. Lassella took up his residence in Loganaport. and has lived in the city continuously ever since. At the time mentioned he was a small boy, and came here with his parents in an. ox-cart, camping temporarily fjwhers the court bouse stands There were only about fifty peoyle residing in tho county at that time. SAVED HIS LIFE. WHAT MUSYON'S REMEDIES DID FOR A PROMINENT OHIOA.N. He Could KM ButJUuie ami Wu« lu CoUNtaiit I'alu—Cartel With One IJoulc. ?,lr. JDlo<ericH-V»'ill Come Hero. C. F. Dictrrich, bead of the syndicate that now owne the Logansport *™ , . , -. _ ,. f \ T natural gas plant, and a number 01 other pas outfits in Indiana, will visit Loganeporl about May 15th, and no changes will be made until his arrival in the operating force now in charge A SerloilH l,on*. Es Sheriff James Stanley has received word that his barn at his home at Kenesaw, Georgia, had been struck by lightning recently and destroyed. The loss includes a horse and other live stock. There was no insurance on the property. The Catholic Knights of St. John were given a jolly surprise and an elegant lunch at their hall last night by the "Arnica" club, or ladies' auxiliary to the body. The event was a -very pleasant one to all concerned. The New Bishop Will be Ile.-e. Bishop John Hazen White will visit Logansport Friday, May 10, when he will confirm a class of fifteen.. The services will ba held at the Trinity Episcopal church. In Woleou's Favor. The Supreme court yesterday over. ruled a petition by the defendant for a rehearing of the case of Anson Wolcott vs.' the Pan Handle railroad. Wol» oott will get the heavy damages awarded by the lower court. Rensaelaer Republican: Some Crown Point parties brought suit to test tho constitutionality of the act of the late legt»lature In establishing a au- perior '.court in Lake, Porter and Lv r*orte ..counties. Judge Wlnfield ol Logansport will try the case. Straw hati better and cheaper than others— Harry Frank. W. T. Loffer, a well known resident of Kent, Ohio says thst Munyon's Dyspepsia Cure undoubtedly saved his life. In relating bis experience he said: "For a long tlmo I had been afflicted with dyfyepsla. I could eat scarcely anything and was In constant pain. The gas on my stomach distended It greatly and my heart became affected. I was troubled with ehort breathing, fluttering and irregular beating of the heart, and often the pain was so great thought I was going to die. My friends wanted ma to try Munyon's Dyspepsia Cure, but I had tried eo many different medicines without be* ing benefited that I thought this would bo only one more fruitless effort. Finally I began using It and the result was wonderful. After the first bottle could eat without discomfort, and am now thoroughly cured." Munyon's Stomach and Dyspepsia Cure cures all forms of indigestion and stomach troubles such aa constipation, riflicg ot food, distress after bloating of the etomacb, palpitation of the heart, shortness of breath and all affections of the heart caused by indigestion. It soothes, heals and invigorates stomachs that have been weakened by over eating, or \vbere the 'lining of the stomach has been impaired bv physic and injurious medicines. Price 25 cents. Munyon's Homoeopathic Home Remedy Company of Philadelphia, put, up specifics for nearly every disease, which are sold by all druggists for 25 cents a bottle. Those who are in doubt as to tho nature of their diseaes should address Professor Munyon, 1505 Arch street, Philadelphia, giving full symptoms of their disease. Professor Munyon will carefully diagnose the ease and give you the benefit of his advice absolutely free of charge. The remedies will be sent to acy address on receipt of retail price. ADDITIONAL ITEMS. Come and seejour immense bargains today—Harry Frank. Dan Cahiil has been put in jail for alleged drunkenness. Short waists and silk waists in fifty designs at the Bee Hive. Mrs. W. H. Snider of Market street is reported seriously ill. Boys' w»ol sweaters all colors, only 98c worth $1.50—Harry Frank. Dr. Putnam will make an address in the railroad T. M. C. A. rooms Sunday afternoon. A retail branch Is to ba started here by the [Atlantic & Pacific Tea Company. John E Hayes is reported convalescing from an attack of infUmm&tory rheumatism. Clarence Bennett is the latest addl* tion ot the membership cf the local order of Elks. Bessie Wilt on, a young daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Wilson, No. 209 Market street, has the measles. Lait day before removing. BO take advantage of big bargains in clothing today at Harry Frank's. Straw Hats! Straw Hate!! Straw Hats!!!—For children, boys and men. at Fisher's, the Hatter. Mrs. Emma Moore entertained \O5-ANH OS>K!t I HOUSE. ' S. B. fATTKKSON, MANAGXK. ONE^NIGHT ONLY. Saturday, May 4th Tho American Travesty Company a;iC Eddie Foy In Che Fanutstit! Operatic Trarostj-. OFF 10G THE PE °EARTH. PLE 100 People-all "coocl. 100 tun* « Scenery. Mafiniflce»t CaldQni and Klcctrlc Eflects. Advance mile beztnr. Thur^Uiir morning at Jotmnton'-c Drux Store. Prices.—01 sents.Sl.DO, 327 seats »1.211 seats'ISc 200seats50c, Last 2 Rows lit Balcony i5c,-Bone U Chairs $9. D OLAN'S OPFMA HOUSE. S. B. Patterson, Manager. Wednesday, May -8 First AiipearanciUere of the Famous Actress Marie WainwrigM! •WTjo Will Then Present for tlie 2OTtli Tlmo' thf. Brilliant Society Drama Daughters t ~—' ^ Eve.. Presented vntU Gorgeous CosVamw: and ;i Great Cast. Advance Sr.!« Oj»n>: < Hamlay Mornins at 'Jolmsum's Droc Store. PRICES~lst KlooriOc, 75c, 31. Balcony 50c, 20;.DBoxes, 0 chairs, f fl. friends Thursday night at bcr home southwest of the city. Ihe Llona and the Mail Carrlerr. will play a game of ball Sunday after* ' noon at the grounds on CieoU street. 'The report on tho Wm, Condoc ditch has been filed at the clorlc'c office. The citch is In Washington township. A very pleasant social was glvec last night at the home of Mrs. A. ; E. Stanton by the ladies of tho Cbristiac church. Calvin McCrccken of Young- America was Tuesday joined in wedlock with Mrs. Rattle Evans at the residence of the bride In Kokomo. Miss Carrie Schaefer of eaet Bro«UU way, gave a very pleasant partf Thursday' n^ght to a company <£ friends, in celebration of her 18tb birthday. There will be a big attendance froat this city at the opening of Wallactff circus season at Peru today. It t«£ been estimated that 200 will be there from here. Rudolph H. Conn, aged nineteen. and Clara A. Adam*, aged aizteec, have been licensed to marry. TMe young people are from TIpton township. The EST. Sinford Eaed, J'ather df Mr*. Kline of this city, died'Xtraradftr- aged 50 years, at hia borne In Fulloc count; of consumption-. . The decoaMC WM a Uoited Brethren mioUter- Mr». M. F. Arnold, of took five bottle* of Lemon and is perm? nently cured of Headaxis, Backache and Con»iipation. She *** vise* ladiea to try a fifty cent bottle.
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