HE LEADER. The Store that has purchased its complete siock for cash, late in the season at the moment when every item has reached its very lowest price Thus going into business under the most favorable circumstances and with the best possible equipment for bargain giving, with Degressive cash progressive merchandising with its liberal methods, with its beautiful new merchandise. YOOB MM1IN PWHT. Items of • ; Personal Character Concerning JLo(«nsport«r> and Their Frlenaa. In the city yesterday: Virgil Meyer of Flora. J. L. Friend of Denver. J. W. Cornell of Ida»llle. Prof. Frank Long of Winamao. Rudolph J. Million of the Burnetts. vllle Enterprise, J. C. Meyer, of Waterloo, Ind., wheeling on his way to Klrksville, Mo., a distance of about 600 mllet. CHANGES TO BE MADE. The Store that will soon open with its economical prices. It represents all the markets of the world and the product of the best manufacturers. The freshest, newest and most reliable Dry Goods will soon be .awaiting you here. Wait and buy the latest at Rice, Styles & Co., NO. 315 FOURTH STREET. Are you going to build, Veranda? Repair or Want See Thompson's Lumber Company. They buy cheap and sell cheap. Yard and Office, Sixth and High Street. FOOLESONO BROS. Undertakers and Embalmers And .Retail Dealers in FURNITURE Of^all Kinds and UPHOLSTERING. 424 BROflDWftY. Calls Promptly Attended to Day orJNight. Phone No 9&. THE FINEST LINE OF SPRING SUITINGS To be Found in the City at W D CRAIG'S 428 BROADWAY 2nd Floor. Justice Block. COCKBURN BROS. Money to Loan on MorteiK* Security on Easy Monthly Payments. We Write Vlre, Life, Accident. Plate Glass and Tornndo Insurance. Buy and Sol! Real Estate Call and See Us, Office Hoorus 2 anil S Spry Building. WANTED TO SELL The North Street House on North street between 5th and 6th street. Will be sold on reasonable terms. Address, MRS. CHAS. MARKLE, Hartford City, Ind. WANTED!: REAL ESTATE. Wanted, Cheap Cottagsa for Sale. Wanted Lota an! Acres ?oc Sale,. Wanted Small Farn>»fFor Sale. . Wanted Baalneis Blocks For Sate.'" Wanted to J£xcnang*.lTarnu for Ctty Property. Wanted MercnandU* So Trade for Farms. ' DDRK33 M. M.'.eOHDON. Sprr Block DAILY JOURNAL THUESDAY MORNING, MAY 9, Llndloy Sutton has the measles. Girl wanted at 224 Sel River avenue. The. Military Band will play "Wang" tonight. Shirts in all styles and prices at the Beo Hive. Otto chulloDpea anybody to meet his extraordinary out on suits, Be sure and see the World's Fair Administration building—Beo Hive. They cannot meet Otto's price, or they wouldn't hesitate to announce it. John Baker still keeps his $1 coupon ioo promise. Send in your orders at onco. Telephones have been placed in T. M. Quigley's residence and business room. The residence of Mrs, Edmund Buoher on Fourth street Is being improved. Natural gas bills lor May now due and payable at the company's office on Pearl street. Nicholas Davis of Deer Creek township reported eight sheep killed Mon. day night by dogs. $15 and $20 suits at $7.50 seems to the average reader a big fish etory, but Otto says it's a fact. Acute and chronic catarrh, bay fever arid diseases of the throat, by Dr. J. H. Shultz, 412 Fourth street. I tell you it's difficult to make people believe the truth, because Otto Bays there is so muohhumbuggery going on. Mlsa Mayme Stanley will entertain the jolly members of the "Thunder" club tonight at bar home on North and Fourth streets. A fig tree six years old la on exhibition in the window of the "Old Homestead" sample room. 'The tree la the property of George Kennedy. , George Gamble, the attorney was at Frankfort yesterday. Jesse Taber and sister Miaa Julia are visiting In Peru. Miss Grace Barker came home from Chicago last night. John Long will leave for Oregon in a few days to locate, Mrs. W. B. Weatlake Is here from Marion visiting relatives. Mrs. Wilson is here from Chicago vialtiog Mrs. Ed Alexander of North street. John Boyer, of Arcadia, and Cbas. Lamb of Peru, are visiting with Ben Mullet. Mrs. G. W. Bishop of Walton Is visiting Miss Lottie Harrison of East High street. The Rev. H. A. Perolval and Ben Martin rode to Delphi yesterday on their wheels. The Rev. Father Kroeger haa home from Kokomo and Tipton after a short visit. Misa Theresa Weber of Fort Wayne, is here for a few days' visit with Miss Gertrude Murphy. Mrs. John Watts is here from Chicago the guest of Mrs, W. W. Reynolds of Tenth street. Mrs. Jud Moore is here from Springfield, 111,, a guest of her mother, Mrs. Reed of the South Side. C, H. Havens, press agent for Slpe & Dolman's great dog and pony show, went to Marlon yesterday. Mrs. Frank Beamer left last night for Louisville, Ky., to visit her daughter, Mrs. Ted Irwlne. Idavillo Observer: Miss Viola Me- Cloaky ol Logansport is on an extended visit with Miss Laura Smith. J. W. Nighman has removed his family from Pittsburg, Pa., to Kenneth, where he is employed as timekeeper. Charles Snell, recently head cook at the Yendome restaurant, has taken a similar position in a hotel at.Roches- ter. The Rev. and Mrs. Lurrlng have removed from Walton to Council Bluffs Iowa, where they will reeido in the future. Miss Joeie Harris has gone to- her home at Terre Haute after a vialt here with her friends, the Misses Maggie and Bertha Shaffer. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Long are here from Indianapolis, having taken up their residence with Mrs. Eliza Long on North Sixth street. Mrs. Llbbie Grey and daughter of Champaign, 111., have gone home after visiting some time with Miss Lucy Grimes of the East End. Mrs. Elizabeth Downey, mother of D, J. Downey,, has returned to her home at Paris, 111., after a visit with her ion and family in the city. Jesse Johns has returned home after two years spent on the Pacific coast. When he left home he ran away, and he was for sometime mourned as dead by his parents. Mre. Elizabeth Thomas is a guest of her son, W. C, Thomae, No. 1211 High street, with whom she will remain several days before returning to her home at Royal Center. Dr. J. Osborn was here yesterday on his way from Rushville to his home at Star City. The doctor's trotting mare, Eura, 2:18* will start at Cellna, Ohio, May 20, and it is expected she will go in 2:12 before the season closes, Mr. and Mrs, Fred Van Orman. formerly of Logansport, now of Richmond, have gone to Old Point Comfort to •join the hotel men for a trip up the coast to New York City where the national convention of hotel men will be held. Peru Journal: Mlsg Eliza McDermott returned home to Logansport last evening accompanied by her nelce, Edna Casaell Ed Seeley and wife went to Logansport last evening.... Mlsa Anna Stealey, of Logansport, has returned home after being a gueat of Mrs. Fred Gysln, her sister, for several days. Bueklen'a Arnica Salve. The best salve in the world for cuts bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and all skin erup. tions, and positively cures piles, or no pay required. It Is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded. Price 25;cent« per DOT. For - F. In the Clly Offlee*—The Room* to b« • Reoovaied. The rooms occupied by the city servants at McCaffrey's hall are to be cleaned, out and renovated thoroughly, and decorated with wall paper in accordance with profile plans and specifications decided on by the committee appointed to arrange for a lease of the building for five years. Under the proposed shaking up the city clerk will be gently deposited with his big journal and his ' 'aye and no" votes and other furnishings, in the room now occupied by treasurer Barnett, who will after that calculate and cover the city's stationery with eccentric figures in what have been known as winter quarters. The deputy who has charge of the moisture concern will compress himself into the late headquarters of the metropolitan police and that room will be opened into the treasurer's compartment. Police headquarters will be set up in the room now held by the water works clerk. Tho civil engineer's office and that of the Mayor will not be altered. At the south end of the council chamber, a cute little office will be partitioned off for the now electric light department clerk, T. P. Rogers. The proposed changes are to be made at once. Good TVordu For JEme.t. The Frankfort News says of Ernest Meek and the Coulter bouse, that city: Since Mr. Meek has taken charge of this hostelry, it has become known to the traveling public at large, as one of the best places for accommodations on the road. Ho is a thoroughly competent hotel man, and the large increase of business the place Is attaining bespeaks for itself the appreciation of this faot by the general public. White teeth, sweet breath, a fragran mouth, There are no charms surpassing these; Abroad, at home, east, west, north, south, Thesti three prime charms are sure to please. All those who SOZODONT apply. Will have these charms—take heed and try. Inland BoallDtc! An exchange says: Purdue will take up a new line of athletics. The university Is going to dam up the Wabash river and make a four mile stretch of back water for crew practice. Purdue has several eastern rowers among her students and she may make It interesting on the course for Cornell and Harvard. It will require a special permit of the legislature however, before the dam can be built. - Mothers of Ailing I»nghter*. Every woman above 15 years of age should read the book "Advice to Mothers Concerning Diseases of Woman and Children," published by the Zoa- Phora Medicine Company. Send to the Secretary of the Company, H. G. Colman, Kalamazoo, Mich., or ask your druggist for a copy. Sold by B. F Keesllng and Coulson & Co. Tho garnishee case of Stigleman vs the Pan Handle has been appealed by the Pan Handle to the circuit court. HARRY FRANK'S Grand May It is with sincere feeling of gratitude that we at knowledge the splendid support bestowed upon the good people of Logansport and Cass county. A COMPLETE TRANSFORMATIO: Has been made in our former store, which is now th| largest and best, lighted in the city. For the prop* celebra ion of the same we have for this month arranj a genuine Bargain Sale by underselling everybody Beautiful silver lace pins presented tD the ladi< with every purchase A cordial invitation is e ctended to all our friendl by—Yours Very Truly, HARRY FRANEI TO BE, SURE,. No w York, Logansport, Delphi, Flora. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^•^MM^^HMHWM^^HB Spring Suitings, Spring Overcoatings, Spring Trouserings Novelties all in waiting for you to corn) and select them. If you are hard to pleas| our goods and prices will win you. PIERCE. A New Firm. TIE TAILOR. SlOJBKOAmVAY. Filling's Popnlar Prices! Ladies' Oxfords, G5o to $8, nice poods. Child's shoes, ISo to $1.50. Misses' shoes, 95o to $2.00. Boy's sboes, 75c to $3. Men's shoes, 95c to $5. Women's shoes, 85e to $6 per pair. We have the stock, the widths and the prices to suit all. Come and see us.—Pilling, 412 Broadway. The latent Style 8hoo». Pilling the sboe 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 the Thine, Especially so when they are kept nice, and clean. Filling's artist un 7 derstands his business and will keep them looking nice and new. iPilling's stock of tan goods can not be equall ed in the city. A Shining Reward. Will be given to anyone buying their shoes of Pilling, J412 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, but good shoes at low prices. If you want your la ce curtains to .look the eamo as new, send them, to us for laundrying. A long experience in this line of work enables na to guarantee satisfaction. CAMPBELL BBOB,, , . 439 Market 8t STEELS & YOUKEY can save you from $6 to a suit of Tailor Made Clothes. All wool goods and perfect fit guaranteed. Suits from $14 to $35. invite your patronage. Steele & Youke 4O4 Broadway. Up Stairs. ALL THE LATEST STYLES IN Summer Suitings AT 4i8 Market St. IF YOU ARE GOING TO MAKE .GARDE] 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 seeds for I season of 1895, and I wish to say to the gardeners and others using see that while Landreth's seeds may be a little higher price then some otM fho-cp ITA fl.lwn.vR fresh clean and true to name, and as we handle no ot H seeda ezcepUn^ growiby Landreth & Sons of Philadelphia our , tonersmay rely on getting nothing but the very best. I believe that cost of the seeds is nothing compared to the crop, and when a person the trouble to put out a garden, he should use nothing but the very We handled Landreth's seeds for four years and have never heard a si complaint; in fact, our customers unhesitatingly pronounce them perli to ever particular, and as an evidence ot thw fact, we have almost thej tire trade o£ all the gardeners around Logansport as well as many fromf distance. Our trade^has increased on thi* particular line of goods mi than tenfold since we have been in the business? We also have a fall ?' Landreth & Sons has been 115 years In occupation of seed growing. George Harrison. I 617,628 Broadway.
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