^—~——~— HATS Summer Underwear. THE JURY STILL GOT Man Made able by .... Comfort- DEWENTBR, 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 adorned your body. AL. T. YOUNG, • THB'PEflRL 6TRE.ET TftlLOR. AXtTOKHKIiTN. "B. B."PATTERSON! Manager,' TUESDAY, MAY 14, . The Talented Little Soubrette, MAY SMITH ROBBINS. Supported by her own organization, In tiie Mnalcul Protean Comedy, I LITTLE PAMB0 foil IAMT J I7JIIOUH A Big Suceens In The .EHfltern | VX ~ Cities. inner Prices—25,35 and OOc, B Opens Monday MornlKX a'. Johnston's. OPK1IA 3. B. PATTERSON, ONE NIGHT ONLY. Wednesday, May I5th A Glorious Time. Duncan Clark's fAMOUS FEMALE - MINSTRELS 3O Handsome Maittevs. A > Event. A .Racy Time. For I the Boys. Don't Miss Them, lees as Usual. LofcAN'8 OPBKA HOOflB " -<, B. Patterson. Manager. [DAY, MAY 17. raordinary Announcement. Return Ingagement of the ¥«Totlte William Morris In DeMlllei Great Play, 'he ,ost paradise! A »r*tty pl»y that appeals to sod sur- pa*»lnglyj>lea«e»all dawei of theatre goers. AUranw sale opens Thursday morning. Prices »l, 75o, 50e, 25c. >AILY JOURNAL. | TDESDAY MORNING. MAY H. ••• i aee Little Trlxie tonight at the lira home. tomorrow night at 5:45, the local bncll of Foresters will leave for (ward to Inatltute a new lodge. »Llona defeated the Weat Slders jnday at baae ball on the Ctiott et ground* by a score of 10 to 7. i body of the late A. H. Hamll- [ Fort Wayne will bo cremated, ence to hla expreiied wiahea. bTgrain Aerator at Lucerne baa tleaaedof CUry & Son by»Lo- ort oitiien. J. J. Stapleton, |in«rly a grocar here, and will si ttake charge, making hi* home i' Win St«T«na. THE FIGHT AGAINST ROBY Th» Attorney General Coon to Loou Over llie Field. Indianapolis News: Attorney Gen- oral Ketoham has gone to Lake county ae the representative of the Governor In the legal fight against Roby. It is understood that he has gone for the purpope of Investigation only. The Governor, it is said, has believed all along that the local authorities of Lake county are able to enforce the law against the violators at Roby, and until they demonstrate that they can not do this, the Governor will not take an active part In the fight. He is determined, however, that the violations of the law shall cease, and in case the present campaign against the race track people, begun by Judge Glllett of Hammond, Jails, the Attorney General will bo instructed to proceed in the name of the State. The Attorney General will also visit Chicago and acquaint him* self with the plan of campaign the Civic Federation of that city is making against the Hawthorne track. ITorld'i Colombian Exposition Was of value to the world by lllustra, ting the improvements iu the mechanical arta, and eminent physicians will tell you that the progress in medicinal agents, has been of equal importance, and as a strengthening laxative that Syrup of Flgl IB far In advance of all others. _ A Bridge Contract £i.t. The Lafayette Bridge company has been given the contract for a fifty foot bridge over Crooked Creek dltoh in Jefferson township. Their bid was »365. A Clerk Appointed. Lewis Hall, a brother of Frank Hall of thli city, hat been appointed to fill the unexplred term of the late A. M. Eldridge as clerk of Carroll county. • Hammock, lor the Million*. Call at George Harrison's, 617 Broadway and see the largest line of hammocks in the city. Prices, from forty centi up. The case of .lohn N. Spencer vs. the Relief Association of the Pan Handle railroad, went to the jury last night. It is probable that a sealed verdict 111 be brought in this forenoon. AStrons Belief Tfc»t a Dlsacrerment Will b? tbe Kewnlt. A 'Richmond, lad., special to the Indianapolis News says: The Morris son will case jury, at 10 o'clock yes terday morning called for Judge Black and this fact bad the effect to strength en the hope that at last a verdict was to be returned. It developed, how ever, when Judge Black arrived at the court room, that the jury wished gome further instructions on a point in tbe charge, which in substance, was as follows: • 'The fact that Edgar Hibberd was attending to tbe business of James L. MorriBson does not, of itself. Indicate nndue influence, yet if ahown by tbe preponderance of evidence that when atked to make out a list of the amount of property Mr. Morrltion possessed Mr. Hibberd kept back anything, it Is a fact that should be considered." ' The attorneys were called together and the novelty of a Sunday court scene was experienced. All of tbe attorneys for the defense, and all of those for tbe plaintiffs, with the ex. ception of Fred Winter and General Harrison were preeent. Judge Black laid the matter before them and the defense made a strong objection to the portion of the charg above referred to being read without the entire charge was gone over. After an hour's argument thie was agreed to by both sides, and at 1:30 o'clock tbe entire document was read. The attorneys were quite hopeful after tbe jury retired that a verdict would be rendered before midnight, and they so expressed themselves. However, there was no such result, and up to 12 o'clock today nothing whatever has been heard from the jury. The fears that a disagreement will be the inevitable outcome are again heard. The Public Library. The public library now has about 2,000 volumes. Thirteen hundred and twenty-six persons have signed applications for books, and 2 882 books were taken out during March. Tbe demand for books la somewhat lighter now than during the winter months. in in The German BaptlNt'tt Jleetlnc Dee* tnr, Illinois, For thla occasion,the Wabash Railroad will sell tickets May 24th 10 to June 3d, inclusive, from all points to Decatur, 111.,,at one fare for the round trip, good to return any time up to June 30th. This is the only line run ing direct to the meeting grounds Be sure and go via the Wabash order to save delay and trouble changing from one road to' another either before your arrival at Deoatur or after. For time tables, printed mattnr and other information call on or write to any ticket agent of the Wabash or connecting lines or C. S. CKANE, Gan'l Pass. & Ticket Agt., St. Louis, Mo. Hummer Kateti to M»rmon«—lake maxlnkuckee. From Logansport, Ind.. beginning May 1, tickets fold Saturdays good returning Including Monday following date of sale$l; tloketsjgood returning ten days from date of sale $1.50;tlokets good returning thirty days from date of sale, $1.65. Family tickets good for any number of purchasers, family Including servants and limited to September SO, 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 bo had upon application to J. C. EDGEWORTH, Agt. Awarded Highest Honors— World's Fair. DR; CREAM BAKING WWDffl MOST PERFECT MADE. i pure Grape Cream t' Tartar Powder. Free rom Ammonia, Alum cv v\y other adulterant 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. Excnralon to»onih Bend. The Vandalla line will run a special passenger train 10 South Bend Thursday May 16, leaving Logansport at 1 o'clock p. m. and returning leave South v Bend at 11:80 p. m.. This train will be under tbe management of St, John's commandery', Knights Templar, and they wish as many of their friends and people who would like to see South Bend and her great factories and various enterprises to join them. Fare for the. round trip for Knights Templars and for the public generally only $2. - The 2O ill Triennial Conclave Knlfni* Templnr will be held in Boston,.Mass., August 26th to SOth, 1895. For this occasion •the Wabash RaUroad will sell tickets from all stations to Boston at one fare for the round trip. Map of route and guide to Boston will be mailed on application to C. S. CRAJTE, Gen'l Pass, and Ticket Ag't, St. Louts, Mo. ITEMS. Mrs. W. W. Cowell died yesterday morn!ng at 10 o'clock at her home In Jefferion township. The funeraVwUl be held to day at 3 o'clock p. m. Richard Twella will move about June let, into the Levi Brown property on the corner of Eighteenth, and North streets, he having purchased that property recently. • ' : ' SHOES! FOR 50c FOR 75c $: FOR FOR FOR FOR Ladies' patent tip Oxfords. Men's canvas base ball shoes. Misses' fine kid button pat. tip. Child's kid but. spring heel, pat tip. WORTH $1.00 NEXT! Ladies'tan Oxfords, razor toe. Ladies' kid Oxfords, razor and and square toe. Ladies' fine kid 3 point slippers. Ladies' opera toe slippers, hand turned. Old Ladies' serge congress, the best. WORTH $1.50 NEXT! Choice of all Ladies' fine kid button, lace and patent congress, in any style of toe or last you may ask for, all new spring goods except two styles. WORTH $4.00 $5.00 Choice of all Ladies' fine tan ana black Oxfords or Low Shoes, razo opera, new square .and St, Louis in any color or shape made, New spring go.ds except three styles. FOE $2.98 1.48 Choice of all Men's Russia, cai tan, Vici kid, hog skin, patent leather, enamel, cordovan and French calf skin. In all the newest and nobbyest styles. You know we have them. Only four styles reserved out of 100. Men's calf congress and lace hand sewed, all new styles. Men's Russia calf tan,lace,Goodyear welt, razor and square toe. Men's fineL. A. W. calf bicycle ace. The very best. Men's tan lace razor toe. calf lace and congress, all styles. Men's calf bicycle bals. " Vici kid, patent tip, lace and congress. WORTH $3.00 $4.00 WORTH $5.00 $6.00 $7.00 WORTH $3.00 $3.50 $4.00 WORTH $3.OO NOTE The special line of Men's Suits worth $I<X and $2O advertised to sell at $5 and $7.5O continues until May 20 inclusive. These prices are for CASH only, goods charged at regular prices. Sale of both Clothing and Shoes closes Saturday night We believe you will appreciate our liberality in placing before you at the opening of the Season, upon an advancing market, this choice line of goods at the lowest prices ever quoted. Sale positively closes Saturday.
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