A VISIT TO MARKET Enabled us to. secure Ohallies in Styles unusually prettpnd interesting. There is aa advantage in an early selection. WeOffer Unprecedented And Matchless Values in high class China Silks. A Grand Exhibition Of Artistic Capes for Spring wear. These goods are iresh from themarket and we solicit an early inspection. SCHMITT & HEFFLE Y. TRAVELING MEN, Please Take Notice I have Secured a Choice Line of Gray Mixtures for' Business Suits Just the Thina for the Road. Call and Examine Them. Respectfully, JACOB HERZ. FOR ALL THE LATEST SYLES = 1 N = SPRING SQlillNGS CALL ON Harry G. Tucker, THE PEARL ST. TAILOR. The Rival Cabinet Letter File. i $1,50 For Each' Cabinet Filinggiray. - A12-Pile Cabinet $18 Call and See Them, at Wilson, Humphreys & Co. For the Next Four Weeks I will sell you an elegant suit for $22.00 GASH. 'I do titis to make room for the finest line of Spring Goods ever brought to this city P. J. HOOLEY, Jne Pearl Street. Daily Journal. TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 19. Pryor's soda is elegant. tf Our can goods sale this week.—Foley. Harry Elliott was in Anderson yesterday. Newest styles in spring capes, at the Golden Rule. Frank J. Albert and Barbara Weidner are licensed to wed. The 0. E. S. social meets at the residence of E. T. Pat-ker. Capt. John T. Powell went to Kokomo, yesterday on business. Yard wide standard sheeting only 5 cents per yard.—Golden Rule. Lovely black India murling in satin, stripes or bars, at the Bee Hive. Have you the la grippe? J. B. L. Catarrh Remedy is guaranteed a sure cure . may!5d&wtf This week will be a great week for trade. Don't forget that we are in it — Foley. Ask for the M. Star and insist on getting it. as it is the best 5-cent cigar in the city. t The only complete line of nobby, artistic wraps at the Bee Hive, at reduced prices now. Mrs. Blumenthaler and daughters have returned from a .week's visit with relatives at Chicago. How about that new dress? now is the time; you can buy one so cheap this week at the Trade Palaee. We are doing the business, crowds all day yesterday to see our new chal- lies, India silks and capes.—Golden Rule. Estrayed, a female pug dog from the Gerard farm. Anyone returning the same will be liberally rewarded. may!9d2t The horses attached to Gear's milk wagon took a quiet run down North street yesterday morning. No damage done. The annual election of officers of the Woman's Christian Temperance Union will be held at 2:30 this -(Tuesday) afternoon. If you have not secured your seats for the Military band concert to-night it will be well to do so early this morning, as the desirable seats are going rapidly, A great crowd will greet the boys to-night. The fashion again points towards black summer dress fabrics. The. Bee Hive has made ample preparation to furnish every lady in. Cass and adjoining counties with'a black dress, no matter what style is wanted.- Deputy county clerk John Schwerd- man, a delegate from No. 40 and B. S. Clevenger as delegate of Eel River lodge will depart to Indianapolis today to attend the meeting of the State grand lodge I. O. O. F. which meets there to-day. A horse belonging to George Lyman of Jefferson township, broke loose from its hitching place on Market street yesterday evening and took a lively turn up Fourth street. A broken shaft: and a few spokes out of one wheel was the damage to the cart. The Journal collector will call on you within the,next few days for your monthly subscription. Please bear in mind that it takes considerable time and labor to make all the collections, and have yaur' change ready. By these means you will save him and yourself the inconvenience of a back call. Saturday evening at the parlors of the Tucker House, Miss Carrie E Chambers was united in marriage to Mr. Alva J. Ressner, Squire. A. F. Smith officiating. The bride is a resident of. this city, ;whUe the groom's home is in Indianapolis, to which place they took their immediate departure. , MEMORIAL DAY. program for the Day and. Commute on Decoration »nd Floral FoMtlvul, At a meeting 1 of the Memorial Committee Saturday evening- the following committees and appointments were made. Grand Marshall of the Day, J. E. Parker; Committee on Water, W. B. Enyart, W. H. Ward, J A. Shafer, Daniel Gallion; Soliciting Committees in the different wards as follows to solicit for the annual floral festival to be held at the rink Friday evening May 29, the proceeds of which are to defray the expense of Memorial Day and the balance, if any, to be returned to the ralief fund*. First Ward — Mrs. Chas. Ringlebren, Chairman, Mrs. Geo. Harris, Mrs. John Flanagan, Mrs. Jno. Viney, Mrs. Chas, Uhl, Mrs. Wm. Graffis, Mrs. J. A. Paugh, Mrs. E. Winters, Mrs. Chas. Starr, Mrs, 'George Rodefer, Mrs. Harry Keller, Mrs. I. N. Myers, Mrs. Wm/Sedam, Mrs. Chas. Mancourt, Mrs. Trick, Mrs. Willey, Miss Ida Ferguson, Miss Anna Pelton, Miss Maggie Pelton, Miss May Gallagher. Second Ward— Mrs. S. T. MeCon- nell, Chairman; Mrs. W. T. Wilson, Mrs. D. D. Dykeman, Mrs. O. J. Stoffer, Mrs. James Holland, Mrs. R. C. Taylor, Miss Flora Taylor, Miss Mamie Lux, Mrs. Lizzie Brown, Mrs. Bent Stevens, Miss Alice Knowlton, Mrs. J. C. Bridge, Mrs. Jap Booth, Mrs. J. W. Ballard, Mrs. A. Hardy, Mrs. J. B. Stanley, Mrs. Thos.' Myers, Mrs. W. K. Berry. Third Ward— Miss Lydia Eldridge, Chairman; Miss Lou Koons, Miss Minnie Linton, Miss Jennie Ki'ser, Mrs. Lizzie DeGroot, Mr». George Palmer, Mrs. John Ferguson, Mrs.Wm. Gra.ce, Mrs. A, Miller, Miss Jessie Button, Mrs. Dr. Stevens, Mrs. J. B. Shultz, Mrs. Dyke Minthorn, Mrs. Amen, Mrs. A. Lewis. Fourth Ward— Mrs. A. R. Shroyer, Chairman; Mrs. B. F. Keesling-, Mrs. J. W. Fuller, Mrs. Blanch Skinner, Mrs. Sam Patterson, Mrs. E. Keller, Mrs. J. E. Redmond, Mrs. J. H. Elliott, Mrs. Chas. Marshall, Mrs. W. H. Snyder, Mrs. H. S. Murdock, Mrs. J, N. Jenks, Mrs. J. C. Chidister, Mrs. Harry Torr, Mrs. H. C- Cusbman, Alice Justice, Birdie Eramel, Lizzie McCullough, Mrs. Lon Burns Mrs. W. H. Thomas, Mrs. T. P. Swigart, Mrs. Chambers, Miss May McConnell, Mrs. Joe Barker, Mrs. A. P. Jenks, Mrs. T. H. Bringhurst. Fifth Ward— Mrs. Wm. Hilton, Chairman; Mrs. JennieCornwell, Mrs, W-H. B.Moore, Mrs. Wm. Hag-en- buck-, Mrs. W. H. Anderson, Mrs. James Toby, Mrs. L. L, Truman, Mrs. H. St. Clair, Mrs. Thos. Longabaugh, Mrs. Isaac Himelberger. Mrs. John Irvin, Mrs. J. Q. Sweetzer, Mrs. Jno. Kidd, Miss Ella Martin, Miss Kate Landis, Miss May Foster, Miss Dollie Henderson, Miss Lulu Hammontree, Miss Fannie Tousley, Miss Clara Rathfon, Miss Mattie Johnston, Mrs. J. T. Powell, Mrs. H. Brookmyer, jr., Mrs. Andy Osborne, Mrs. Joe Kreider, Mrs. W. S. Graham, Mrs. M. M_ Gordan. The chairman of the above ward committees are requested to call their committees together as early as possible for organization. The committees •will solicit cream, sugar, lemons. es-gs, cakes, flowers aad money. The cream to be delivered at the home of Mrs. D. C. Justice Friday morning by 9 o'clock. Flowers to be collected at some convenient place in the wards and taken to the rink. It is desired that the school children each bring a bouquet to the rink at 1 o'clock aud join in the march to the cemetery. All of the above committees will meet at the rink on Decoration Day at 1 o'clock and «rill serve as respective committees on that day, By order of committee. Tlie Bund Concert T The object of the band concert at the opera house to-night is to secure funds for the purchase of new army regulation uniforms for the members of "the band. The Logansport Military band is a crack musical organization and deserves the kaarty encouragement and support of the citizens. A choice program of musical gems has been arranged for to-night and tae affair is sure to prove a suecese. The program will conclude with aa amusing after piece "Aunt Susie's Ball," with i large cast. The program will be both entertaining and amusing. Logansport talent has frequently shown' what it can do to amuse an audience and it will not fail in this case. Hear the band concert to-night. Death of Wewtoa Grandataff. Newton F. Grandstaff the well known Pan Handle passenger conductor died at his home, corner of llth street and Broadway last evening at 4 o'clock after weeks of intense suffering. The deceased has been a resident of this city for the past ten years, and was held in high regard by his .friends and esteemed by the company in whose employ he had been for so long. He was 37 years of age and leaves a wife and two young children. The remains accompanied by the family and brother of the deceased will be taken to his old home near Wheeling West Va,, at 1 p. m. to-day for interment. Every well-known make of fine corsets, at the Bee Hive. Grand Closing out To tHe Citizens of Logansport Cass and Adjoining Counties I most respectfully thank all my friends and patrons who have so nobly patronized me for the past thirty years, ' • I now Make Known That I will engage in the manufacture of Wholesale, : Clothing in New York City. . My entire Stock of Clothing and Furnishings must be sold at less than cost to manufacture. For Instance: Prince Albert Coats and Vests formerly $13.00 now $11 50: ;' Prince Albert Coats and Vests formerly $13.50 now.. .. .-. • 10 50..!- s Fine dress Suits Sacks and Frocks formerly $20.00 now.. 1600 — Fiae dress Suits Sacks and Frocks formerly $18.00 now.. 14 00 Fine dress Suits Sacks and Frocks formerly $16.50 now.. 1250 Fine Black Cheviot Sacks and Frocks formerly $16.50 now 12 50 Fine Black Cheviot Sacks and Frocks formerly $15.00 now 11. 50'• Same reductions will be made on Childrens' school.and Boys Suits, likewise on pants. Remember this is no advertising- scheme but a Bona-Fide closing out sale. A more extensive cut price list will appear later, RESPECTFULLY • HARRY FRANK. T R Y BEEF, WINE and IRON, As a Tonic. Sold by H. C. P U R C E L L, Druggist, 418 Market Street, Near Pearl. No Bargains At McCaflrey's By that we mean no goods specially cut for advertising purposes, we bave no prices : That are not Cut Prices As measured by others; but those prices never fluctuate, except as the market changes. You can depend on our prices as you can on our qualities-.. There are no special prices for special days. The hundreds of prices that, we advertise are for every day and all of our other prices 'are like them. ' " G L A S S WA R E . When the time when you can buy glasswear cheapest, and find the^ kinds to select from, comes just at the time you need most of it," dbosn't that seem the time to buy it? We've all the Pretty Styles; la all the things you want in this line. Water Sets, Glass. Sets, Water Pitchers, Sugar Sifters, Tumblers. And whatever else you want in glassware. / FREE Z E R S, From two quart to six quart — form sizes and form prices. They are tie Model Freezers; you'll like them— and our prices. M. McCaffery & Co.
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