A New Firm on STEELE & TOUKEY can save you from $6 to a suit ot Tailor Made Clothes. All wool goods and a NO MORE DREAD OF THE DENTAL CHAIR. T perfect fit guaranteed. invite your patronage. Suits from $14 to $35. We Steele & Youkey, 4O4 Broadway. Up Stairs, ALL THE LATEST STYLES IN Summer Suitings The Boston Painless Dentists of Chicag» Hare Opened a Branch Office in logansport, THOU3HT HiM TOO YOUNG 411 BBOADWAT OVEB THE BEE HlVE-THFV EXTBACT fASD F1UU TEETH POBlTIVELTf WITHOIJT PJ1ST. Ther Come Prepared to do an Immense Bu«lne»« «n* Have a Thoroughly Equipped Offlce With All the LmttBt and 3¥ewe«t Appliance H In U»« for Modern Cental Work. AT 4i8 Market St. IF YOU ARE GOING TO MAKE GARDEN. It'wili pay you to be particular'as to whose seeds you buy. We are DOW in the market -with a full line of Landreth's seeds for the ieftsoi of 1895 and I wish to say to the gardeners and others using seeds, that while Landreth's seeds may be a little higher price then some others they »re always fresh, clean and true to name, and as we handle no other seeds except those grown, by Landreth & 'Sons of Philadelphia onr customers nifty rely on getting nothing bat the very best. I believe that the |i, cost of the seeds is nothing compared to the crop, and when a person has jf ; - the trouble to put out a garden, he should use nothing but the very best, I 1 We handled Landreth's seeds for four years and have never heard a single "' oomplaint; In fact, our customers unhesitatingly pronounce them perfect in ever particular, and as an evidence of this fact, we have almost the entire trade of all the gardeners around Logansport as well as many from a distance. OUT trade has increased on this particular line of goods more than tenfold since we have been in the business? We also have a full line of garden tools and field seeds Remember that the firm of Landreth & Sons has been 116 years in the occupation of seed growing. George Harrison. 617,623 Broadway. FOOLESONO BROS. Undertakers and Embalmers And Retail Dealers in FURNITURE Of-all Kinds and UPHOLSTERING. ,424 BROftDWflY. CallB Promptly Attendedlto Day or'Nlght. Phone No »9. ?THE FINEST LINE OF ISPRING SUITINGS To be Found in the City at W D CRAIG'S 428 BROADWAY 2ori Floor. Justice Block. I REAL ESTATE. ? Wanted, Cheap Cottages For Sal*. .Wajittd lob und Actes;For Sale. P .Wanted Small Fan»»!For 8al«. ^Wattled Business Blocks For Sale. ' P ; .»ant*d to Kxchang*.Karra» lor Cm Propertj. '• : Wanted Merchandise to Tr»d« lor Tarms, DDBK33 .11. M. OOBDON. Spry Block Lofaniport, Indiana, AL ESTATE INTELLIGENCE >FFICE. ijOANS NEGOTIATED. GEO. W; RODEFER, l-liradway. Qrnr Hauk'i Jewrtn Store. To Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Hooley, a ion. • Otto's clothing tale oontlnuei all week. To Mr. and Mr*. Iiaao Hipihlre. a daughter. Tan shoe* in all shades at Sterenson & Kllnilck'i. We are acknowledged headquarters for shirt waists—Trade Palace. My store Is headquarters for shirts, hats and olothlnf—Jos. G. Grace. The creamery plant at Hebron, Ind. burned dqwn yesterday morning. The L. H. S. ball team did not go to Peru yesterday to play ball, as advertised. Best made wrappers In the olty can be found at the Trade Palace. Call and be convinced. The Latayette bridge company has been given the contract for a new bridge in Jefferson township. It has been estimated that more than 400,000 bicycles will be manufactured in the United States this year. The case of John W. Spencer vs the Pennsylvania Relief Fund association, was continued until Monday in the circuit court. Advance tale opens tomorrow morn* ing for "Little Trlxle." Be sure and go and see A good lively farce comedy with plenty of good dancing. Waste no time In looking through bargain tales and lake stocks, but come where everything is new, clean and cheap—Joseph G. Grace, 426 Broadway. You may think it a waste of time to read Otto'* advertisement. Make an exception this time,, the heads of the various departments were Instructed to figure Took bottom. You need not wear those some plates any longer. Get one of tbe Boston painless dentists' set without plates. We guarantee a fit and keep all our work In repair free of charge. The Boston painless dentists warrant all filling for five years. Special inducements until June first only to introduce our painless methods. Teeth extracted free from 8 to 9 and 1 to 2 dally. By her permission and her deeire io benefit her suffering sex, many of whom are in ill health caused entirely by bad teeth we publish the following testimonial: CHICAGO, March 25, 1895. "I was visiting at. Marsellla, 111,, when I read the advertisement of the Boston Painless Dentists, eaylug they could positively extract teeth without pain; I could hardly believe it, but thought I would try just one tooth, and io my surprise it was true enough —absolutely without any sensation or pain whatever. So I told them to go ahead and take out my teeth. 1 did not have a Bound tooth in my head, and I had been suffering with neuralgia and tooth ache at times for years. I had seventeen teeth and broken roots removed without any pain. My gums healed evenly and quickly and were not in any way lacerated for the teath were taken out very carefully and skillfully. Mrs. Pool and Mrs. Day both well known neighbors, were standing by the chair and we all can not praise this method too much. I suffered no pain afterward and no 111 effect whatever. I am delighted the old hateful things are out and that J can now have «ome plates. I have taken comfort ever since the teeth were out and I positively feel much better. I think I never would have had them out If theee gentlemen had not come to us. No money would induce cie to have those sore and broken teeth back. They were positively ruining my health and comfort. Theee dentists can do all they claim. My teeth have been out a month and my gums are already quite firm and hard. I take pleasure in giving this testimonial, because I am well pleased and It Is true. It Is certainly a Godsend to we suffering women. Write to me if you wish to be convinced of the truth of this leUer. MRS. E. A. PIRRY, 214 W.'Division-SI., Chicago. To our patrons:—Mrs. E. A. Perry, the above writer, is the • wife of Mr, Perry, who was a prominent clothier In Ottbwa, III., for over twenty years. Her father was a prominent and leading physician in Ottowa for fifty (SO) years. She Is a well known and worthy woman.' BOSTON PAINLESS DENTISTS, Logansport and Chicago. Opening day next Moaday. To Marry—The Boy Made • Btc Hrniation i m B.IH First Venture 1 < »• a Bold LoeblnTmr. ' John Jackson, jr., is eighteen summers old. and his father, Newton Jackson is decidedly and even vehemently of the opinion that Johnny is not old enough to marry. The boy seems to lean to the opposite opinion. He also had a leaning toward Mis? Maggie Shaefer, daughter of a Pan Handle bridge carpenter, who lives near the Jackson home. The Inclination was some time ago declared unanimous. Miss Shaefer was said to be nineteen. There is one thing cor. tain, she is DOW Mrs.* John Jackson, jr. She became so Friday at St. Joseph, Mich., and a telegram was at once propelled to the home of the bride announcing the celebration of the event. Mrs. Shaefer said sbe WM was glad of It, as she had all the time favored the joining In wedlock of the pair. The father of the youthful groom was inclined to froth at the mouth and take the bit in his teeth when he heard of the wedding in which he had for. bid I? ^ his son's active participation. He »"'d Thursday night that he didn't cart if his son never came back. He was undoubtedly eore, and unless his mood changes, the young couple had bftttur not go to Jackson's home for tile forgiveness that is usually supposed to be in stock at every fire-side. Ptpa Jackson made several eilorts to prevent the marriage, bat tbe odds were too much for him. Jackson, jr., went to St. Joseph, Mich., Thursday, Miss Shaefer /ollowed and joiued him there Thursday, and -tha ceremony was performed. Mr. and Mre. John Jackson, jr., were expected home last night. KILLED A TRAMP. The tramp nuisance is the ban of a trainmen's life and fierce fights frequently occur' between hoboes and railroadmen. Pan Handle men have of late been much annoyed by members of the strolling fraternity and nearly all the piesenger men go on duty well armed. A Pan Handle frelgat crew h»d a pitched-battle with a lot of tramps at Dunkirk Friday and the hoboes got the worst of. it. The train men attempted to fire the tramps from tbe train but the latter resisted so violently that the trainmen were compelled to use force. Several officers arrived as the fight was raging fiercely and took a-hand-IB it. Revolvers were draim on both sides and when the smoke had cleared away one of the tramps was found to be dead, having several bullet holes in different parts of his body. The officers succeeded in capturing three of the offenders, whose cases will be Investigated. edicine Is • necessity because the tonic ol winter air is gone, and milder weather, increased moisture, accumulated impurities in the blood and debilitated condition of the body, open the way (or that tired feeling,, nervous troubles, and other ills. The: akin, mucous membrane and the varioua organs strive in vain, to relieve the impure current of life. They all welcoma. THE CHIKCOEH ThU la You thould not forget that next Wednesday night will be a great holiday In Logansport when Duncan Clark's Female Minstrels will be at the opera house. Thii ia the greatest burlesque company traveling and all the friends who call at the theater will be royally entertained by this company of burleequers- MoTcmtMt on »he South Bide. Among the improvements noted on the South Side is the new planing mill being erected by George W. Palmer on a lot on Burlington avenue south of Aman's carriage repair shop, and a building adjoining Palmer's, which will be used as a mill for grind- Ing all sorts of feed for all kinds of stock. The latter enterprise is owned by Thos. Kendall. How'* This! We oner One Hundred Dollars Beward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Bali's Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHENEY 4 CO., Props., Toledo, 0. We, the undersigned, have known F, J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe him perfectly honorable In all business transactions and financially ablr to carry out any obligation made by their firm. WIST Jt TBOAX, Wholesale Drofglsts, Toledo. O WiLDDfa, KnfNAN * MIBVM, Wholesale Drag gist Toledo, 0. Ball's Catarrh Cure la taken internally,, aetmc directly upon the blood and nracoui surfaces at thewttem. Price 75c per bottle. Sold by Ml druggist*. Testimonials free. Acute and chronic oaUrrh, bay fever and diseases of the throat, by Dr. J. H. Shultz, 412 Fourth street CUMBERLAND PRESBTTKUIAN CBDBCH—Chas. B. WeUbsrn, pastor. Sunday School 9:<5 H. m. FreacMce both morulne and evening by pastor. All are Invited. BAPTIST CHORCH.—Preaching *t 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. by Rev. if. M. Buckelberry. Sunday school at 12 o'clock Younu People u meeting at 6 p, m. All are Invited. Devotional services will be held at the Home for the Friendless today from 4 to 6 p. m. led by Bev. Huckleberry, ill those Interested In the Home are cordially Invited. FIRST PRISBTTKRIAN CHUBCH—Rev. D. P. Patnam, pastor. Services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.. Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. Young people's meeting at 0:30 p, m. A cordial welcome tor all. CHUBCH OF CHRIST (Scientist)—Services will be held In their new rooms la tbe Magee block, corner of Sixth and Broadway. Bible Class at 10:308nnday morning. All are cordially Invited to attend. BROADWAY PRESBTTERIAN CHURCH—Rev. H. A. Perclva! pastor. Preaching at ll.am and7:30 pm by the pastor. Sunday School at 9:30. am Y, P. S. C. E. meeting at e ; 30. Strangers and others are cordially Invited to attend. EVANGMJCAL CHURCH—Rev. Snyder, pastor. Survlces today as follows: Sabbath school at 0:30 a. m. preaching at 10:30 a. m. by the ' pastor. Y. P, A. at 6 p. m. Preaching In the evening at 1 p. m. . All aro cordially Invited. CHRISTIAN CHURCH—Corner Ninth and Spear streets. Rev. T. S. Freeman, pastor. Servlc«s at H a. m. and 7:30 p. m. sermons by the pastor. Sunday School at 9:30 a. m., G. N. Berry. Supt. Y, P. S.C,'E. at 6:l5p, m. All arelovlteU. ST. LUKE'S EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH. Bev. J. C. Kauflnmn, pastor. Serflcen at 11 a. m. Sunday school at 0:30, Junior Endeavor at 3:00. Young people's society of Christian Endeavor at 6:30. Evening services at 7:30. A. M. E. CHUKCH— Corner of Clcott and Market street, Eev. H, McDanlel pastor. Preaching at 10:30 a. m and 7:30 p. m. by tbe pastor. Sunday school at 8 p. m. Teachers' meeting every Wednesday evening. Prayer meeting every Thursday evening. All are cordially invited BBOAEWAT M. E. CHUBCH—Rev. H. J. Nonls pastor. Preaching at 11 a. m. and7:30p.m. class meeting at 8 a m. Sunday School at 9:46 a. m. Junior League at 8 p. m. Senior League at 6:30 p. m. conducted by L. I. Hutchlnson. AH are Iivlted. TBnnTY EPISCOPAL CHUBCH—Rev. Douglas* ] Hobbs, Hector. Services today as follows: 9:30 a. m. Sunday School. 11 a. m. Ifornlftg Prayer Holy Communion and sermon. The Pastor' will. deliver till two sermons on "Sacrifice" today, 7:30 p. m. evening prayer. A cordial welcome given to all. MARKIT. STBMT M. E. CHCBCH—Bev. w. u. Wones, pastor. Preaching at 10:*5 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. by the pastor. Class at 11:45 a. m. and 6:80 p. m. Sabbath school at 9:30 a. m. Epworth League at 6:30 P. m. Topic -Han's nallty and Mortality." Leader, Mrs, Mary McAllister. A cordial invitation It extended . to all. TTHIVKBSALIST CHUBCH— Bev. T. S. Gnthrle pastor. Service today at 11 a. m. and 730 p, m. Subject In tbe morning, "The In- novel Order of Bed Men." In tbe evening "Tbe Superiority of the Gospel Over Other Systems of Religion." Sunday school at 10 a, m,. Edward Can's Supt. Young people's meeting ateas p. m. AU are Invited. St. John Commander? Knight* Templar.' Special tralni for South Bend will leave Logans port at one o'clock p. m. Thursday May 16, arriving at South Bend at 3 o'clock p. m. Returning will leave South Bend at 11 o'clock p. m. Fare for round trip for Knights Templar and the public generally only •$2.00. For full particulars' apply to J. C. EDGEWOKTH, Agent. A • Peeping TOOL" John Winch of Race street had an exciting scuffle Friday night with a stranger who had taken a stand opposite the bedroom window of Mr. Finch. The man, who was (!e. scribed as dressed In dark clothing, •and smooth shaven, broke away from Mr. Finch before help arrived, and escaped. Begin BrlclctBC '»>« FU»t. The specifications for the work of paving Pearl street with brick have been finished, tbe work will probably be begun on that Improvement about June lit. That date will also see work open on the Market street Improvement. R EAL MERIT » tie Character- iitlc of Hood's Sarsaparilla. It cures even after other prepwations &H. Get Hood* and ONLY HOOD'S. Ed Cook. Vandalia agent at Grata Creek, was in the city yesterday. Pan Handle engine S90 has bcon run out of the shops aftei being repaired. Ex-Pan Handle conductor Ed STew- comb, has returned from a months' stay at Marion. YardmasterJ. A. Larger'* engine ia almost completed and will soon be sent to English Lake, where it will be placed in bis new boat. Freight business on the Pan Handle is extremely dull now. There are almost as many locomotives in the round house as on the road. Dr. Jordan has consented to release the B of L. E. lodge from their present lessa and they will soon move from their quarters to the McCaffrey block corner of Sixth and Broadway. Wm Parman. W. A. Brown, Fred Cotillon, Geo. Humphreys and J. Houghton, all T. P. & W. conductors, ware in the city yesterday on their way to the 0. R C. convention at Atlanta. The Wabash railway company and the Big Four railway company are considering the advlsabllty of erecting a joint hospital at East St, Louis for the accommodation of the railway employes. The wreck whistle at the Pan Handle shops has been done away with. When a wreck occurs now the man are called together by the sounding of a bell which has been placed on an outbuilding near the repair tracks. D wight J. Hitchcock formerly vice president of the Illinois Midland, now the Peoria division of the Vandalia, died ia the county asylum at Chicago Friday. At oije time he had been quite wealthy but became a pauper, having lost all in speculations on the Board of Trade. He frequently visited this city some years ago in the interests of his company. The general Impression In speculative circles Is that the movement to obtain a majority of tbe (took oi the Beading road Is In the handi of the New York Central people and J. P. Morgan & Co., and that Mr. Morgan's trip to Europe was to ooifer with the foreign holders In the interest of the project. As yet all appears to be conjecture. meanwhile the stocks of both roads are being moved up on the strength of current report. IOWA SIUVER*DEMQCRATS. arsa- i parilla to assist Nature at this time when ibv moit needs help, to purity tbe blood, tone- and strengthen the laboring organs and build up tne nerves. "I was in a ran down condition. I was weak and nervous and could not eat anything. I began taking Hood's Sarsa- parllla and before I bad finished the first bottle I could see a change lor the better. I kept on taking it and I am now BO that. I can eat heartily and cnn do my work." 1 MBS. JOHN W. PEACHBY, Alloway,' J«. J, The Blood "I have found Hood's Sarunparilla a. pood spring modicino and it relieves that tired leeling." BUKDETTE YOTTN-Q, West, Oneonta, Now York. Get only HOOD'S. Uio aftcr-<lirmcr pill and' « ¥-»•!< Uio iutcr-<nrmcr PHI »t S PlllS Jamlly catliarUc. 25c. Have You Kidney Trouble? Have You Throat Trouble? Have You Rheumatism? Have You Bladder or Urinal Trouble? TRY "SAN-JAK." Sold by BEN FISHER. DrmjgUt, CHICAGO, March 7, ISM. DR. DCKBMAN, CHICAGO. MY DKAK BIB—My attention was first callra to BANJAKlMtyearln .the caae of Captain J. M, Broslus. it Terre Haute, Ind., who was attacked! In this City with acute nepbrltln and cjrtltli «m- ilimmsUon ol tne bladder snd kldneii). Aft«r- prescribing Uio uiu&l remedies without avail San- Jak was ftuggaated. und tb» Improvement waa DC- marked after the ttrst dose, and a complete onto- (ollowed so speedily, that I at once commenced an. Investigation ot Its merlta and have ilnce prescribed It In almost every known form ot kidney bladder, urethra!, vaginal and calarrhal troobleg, followed In each Instance by the happiest results. A case of enuresUUnvolQDtary now ol urine) in. myown family wii3 very inucli Improved 6y a few doses, and radically cured ID less than a we«Jc From pnuitlail experience In a number of bad. cn*es ol leucorrhoeii I am free to say that 1 have- found no remedy tbat Is equal to SAN-JAK. And while I have never before given a profen slonal Indorsement to a proprietary renwly, I «ar unhesitatingly and without reserve that i con- Bidet SAN-.JAK a veritable boon to humanity and' after applrlog It to the surest professional testa, can say with confidence, it Is better than it. li recommended to be. I shall continue to prescribe It in all cases of genlto-urlnary or catarrbal troubles, In preference to all other known remmllea. >i a jonmtiwio. 8A.N-JAK can b* MUM npoo rally and entirely. The delicious taste of tne medicine Is also In Its favor. In prescribing It lor children. I am at present using SAN-JAK as an alterative In skin diseases, and In seven oasei of chronic enema have yielded so readily to H* Influence tbat I shall continue to ose It In similar cases, feeling confident that It will meet alt tb* Indications In »nch caMt. Call iMWd for • Convention at DM HolnM on Jane 6. DBS Morass, la., May 11.— A call has been put in circulation throughout the state for ft democratic silver convention. at Des Moines June 6, the day following the the conference already announced of free silver men of all parties under the auspices of the Central Bimetallic league. The call for the democratic silver convention is signed by P. 0- Stuart, of Charlton, democratic candidate for congress in the Eighth district in 1894; W. A. Duckworth, democratic candidate in the First district the same year; W. K. English, of Des Molnes, and others. It is hoped by the silver leaders here that tbe conference of free silver men Jnne 5 will agree to ignore party lines and make a straight free silver fight. It Is expected that if this is done the democratic conference the next day will indorse the plan and at the same time sujrgest the nomination of Fred E. Waite, of Keokuk county, who was 'a democratic member of the Fifty-second congress from the Shrth district, for governor. (Signed) YOBW sincerely, ti»o. w. SNTDM, M. D.. Chicago. Ill •« BEN FISHER DMGGIST pass De'troil every «even minutes flur^ log the day of ttrenty-fxmr hour*. Th* new Bervice will be of great advantage to Chicago, Cleveland, Buffalo,' Toledo- and other western cities. . R»c« Track B»l<l*d. CHICAGO, May 11.— The CMc federation raided Hawthorne race track Friday afternoon, stopped gambling In. the bettiug ring, and arrested Ed Corrigan, Joe Ullman, " John. $rennock and twenty-eight other Individuals who aisi«t frequenter*. of the track in parting from their money. The prisoners were taken before Judge Ewing, of the superior- court, by whom, the warrants were issued, and released in. bonds of 850» pending a preliminary hearing next. Tuesday. Over 1CK) deputy sheriffs left at 2:10 o'clock Saturday afternoon to aprain raid tbe Hawthorne race track. Theraid is made at tb« instigation of the Civic federation, and the officers of that organization say they will continue to raid the track until the gambling evil is done away with. OF MUCH IMPORTANCE. E*t»bt!.b*d Harlne Fo«tal Her Tic* to B« at Detroit. WASHESGTOS, May 11.—The postmaster general has decided .to establish V marine postal serrice at'Detroit.'-Micliij. for the free delivery and: collection ol mail matter: of-, the.-vessels' that pass up and downi the Detroit river without .'towiiatf.>»'t.v Detroit' •The importanc*'of';*U»i>cpinin«rce becomes apparent-wh«n :i it;3»Tit«t*d thai, more tonnage pasiesiDetrolt than any other port in tbe world. Daring 1 the. season .ot naTi«ation vessels Whllky Go« DP CHICAGO, May 10,— Receiver McXnlt* has advanced the price of spirits two cents a gallon, Tiis is the second advance .of two cents in one week. NOW! THE TIME TO MAKE MONEY. •mS-'ttemoDtbbeforef 1.86. Wand have »t the Jarae time attended to my rairalar business. ID*- llOTeanyoo*,anywJiere..ran doa«well,a» I *«ve MraeuWli,«ood location and not mncb «* It heap dHh «a»her mi ncter oaitot.,WUb the , Wo mluntM, without prt- og the han<ta in water. AtioOQM tt « f P~Pt see Toe washer wort, they wm» one. •ndthet to whr so mneh mon*» can be made to qnlcWy. Kor - ^ a* afldrou TJw Pnfeeoon Mfit Co., pedencefor tbe benefit of others.
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