LEADER Get Yonr Smnmer Ootflt Here. You won't regret it, nor forget it—chances are you'll save enough. Quality is right. Prices the lowest, MUSLIN UNDERWEAR. Surprising to see such a getting together of the dainty things, perfect finish, tiimmed as by artists and priced almost as if somebody had found them. CORSETS For summer tiiua or any time and every price mellowed to suit the times, Hosiery, Linen, White Goods, Parasols. Bat don't wait for us to name the things you want. Not one sort in 20 ever gets a word in our annouDcements, but they are all here. Styles chosen, goods selected and nothing to pay extra because they are stylish. Come Today! Quality the Best! Prices the Lowest! Rice, Styles & Co. HTERESTING PROGRAM ARRANGED FOR THE MEETING OF NORTHERN INDIANA EDITORS TO BE HELD AT LOGANSPORT JUNE 13 AND 14 The AtHoclatlon Meeting* at the Polta- watomleCInb Room*—Addremefl am Newspaper Work by beading EdIMr* -Public Steeling at the Park—Entertainment at the Opera Honce-A Drive to Points of Inlereit—A Banquet. ice, NO. 315 FOURTH STREET. Are you going to build, Repair or Want Veranda? See Thompson's Lumber Company. They buy cheap and sell cheap. Yard and Office, Sixth and High Street. FOOLESONO BROS. Undertakers and Efflbalmers And Retail Dealers ID FURNITURE Of all Kinds and UPHOLSTERING. 424, BROftDWrtY. Calls Promptly Attondodlto Day or Night. Phono No 99. COCKBUKN BROS. Monpy to I>oan on Mortwme Security on Easy Monthly Payments. We Wrlto Klre, Life, Accident, Plate Glass and Tornudo lu.xunuice. > Buy ftnil Soil tti>al Estntfl. Cull and See TJd, Office Koonis 2 ami 3 Spry Building. F iOK SALE AT A BARGAIN. Cigar store with billiard hall in *onnt:otio)i [new billiard and !poc>l -table]. First-class location. Trade •established. Reason for selling, going out of business. Inquire at this office. J. B, COUCH, Practical Plumber & Gas Fitter Job Work n Specialty. All Orders Promptly Attended mo. All Work Guurnntead. 414 WALL STREET. DAIIV JOURNAL FRIDAY HORNING, NAY 17. S. W. BROWN. Loan, Real Estate, and iDSurancelAgency. Honey to loiw in uny amount nnd •» easy terms. Destaiblfl farm and city property lor sale, Insu »nce plncod Ac. Ofllie Justice block, tro room; up stairs. KROEUER & STRAIN, Undertakers and Embalmers, G13 Broadway. D. W. TOMLINSON. REAL ESTATE bought and sold.- MO^ifi^ loaned ou reasonable terms. OFFICE -100 Broadway, 2d floor. Entrance on 4tii Street. ISR. F. M. BOZKR'S OENTAL PARLORS. ^—-r State National iBank, Logansport, Ind.! Remember Otto's offerings th Is week. Thie to remind you of Olto'a special sale. Shirt waists of all kinds at the Bee Hive. Women's low shoes that will wear at Walker &Rauoh's. For Sale-—Two show cases and one good sewing machine, 313 Market St. Our prices ore not down for a weak, they're always down—Boston Sample Shoo Co. Mon's and boy's cheviot shirt;, 21c; good underwear, 19c; children's suits, SSc, up at Harry Frank's. For Sale—Desirable residence lots in College Hill plat on reasonable terms. Inquire of Gordon & Cockburn. Some very desirable goods and huge bargains are to be found in the Bee Hive's underwear and hosiery stock. All are Invited to the social to be given next Friday evening at the home of Bessie H&uk. Refreshments, 15 cents. Seethe bargains in muslins, prints and sheetings this week. See the 28 cent baizea 6} cents a yard at the Trade Palace. Be sure and get this good thing, 15 and 20 cent dresa fabrics for 6^ oenta. Read our advertisement and learn why—The Bee Hive. And cow it's shoes, and next It will be shoes, and thereafter it will be shoes at less than other dealers can buy 'em for—Boston. Sample Shoe Co. The foundation for the Strecker- Taber block on Broadway is almost completed. The work of placing timbers for the first floor has been begun. Look out for the hustlers at the silk sale. Shrewd buyers will huslla for our bargains in silks; 17 cents a yard today. See our rhadamss. satin luxors and peaudeseaur—Trade Palace. A meeting of the local newspaper men was held yesterday afternoon at the council chamber to hear the report of Mr John W. Barnes who met the executive committee of the Northern Indiana Editorial Association on Monday last and. conferred with the committee in relation to the meeting of the Association to be held here June 13 and 14. After hearing Mr. .Barnes' report of the program arranged for the business meetings of the Anoolatlom by its executive committee, the following program was adopted. THURSDAY JUNE 13. Meeting' at Pottawatomle club rooms from 10 a. m. to 12 noon. Addresi—"The Frees aa a Moulder of Opinion—A Leader rather than Follower."—F. W. Willis, Waterloo Press. 'Advance Pay of Subscriptions to Weekly or Semi-Weekly Papers"— Major Bitters, Rochester Republican, and J. C. Hewitt, Lagrange Register. Afternoon -meeting at club rooms from 1:30 to 3:30. Address — "News or Filling, Which?"—James A. Barns, Auburn Courier. Address—"The Newspaper and the Party."—A. P. Kent. Elkhart Review. TEN MINUTE TALKS. "How to protect the newspapers against foreign advertising sharks"—' W. D. Page, Ft Wayne Dally News. 1 'A true basis of advertising rates- Value per inch for display advertising and readers in papers of 500, 1,000, 1.5Q.O or 9,000 circulation—C. G. Powell, LaPorte Republican' and W. B. Westlake, Marion Leader. "Feasibility of Semi-Weekly editions"—J. B. Stoll, South Bend Times and Dr. A. S. Parker, Kendallville News. PUBLIC MEETING AT SPENCKH PARK AT4 P.M. Address of Welcome—Mayor Gso. P. McKee. Response—J. B. Stoll president of the Northern Indiana Editorial Association. Other addresses will follow. Names of speakers and subjects to be an nounced later. There will also be music. ENTERTAINMENT AT DOLAN'S OPERA HODSE. Lecture—"The Newspaper Editor and His Two Bowers"—Rev. J. M. Driver, D. D., Marlon, lad. There will be excellent musical attractions at this entertainment, announcements of which will he made later. BANQUET At one of the hotels beginning at 10:30 p. m. FRIDAY JUNE M Meet at Pottawatomle club rooms at S:30 a. m. Carriage rides to Northern Indiana Hospital for the Insane, Judge Biddle's Island Home, Michael's Business College, Mount Hope cemetery, Pan Handle railroad ,j TOUR MIME IK PRUT. Item of • Personal Character Concerning .Lo(«iiBport«ra ud Tlielr Friends. In the city yesterday: "Harvey Hauk of Peru. J. S. Huken of Roann. S. T. Briggs of Indianapolis. Martin V Blue of Winamac. W. L. Foust of Indianapolis. Sheriff Eberhart of South Bend. Flora Euper le visiting at Marlon. Mrs. Julia Chapman has returned from Peru. Mlsa Rote Barshop who wu visiting at Chicago has returned. Mrs. T. Weldner, daughter Mary and son Charles, are here from Peru visitiag. Miss Mary Cozzln of Galena, 111., i> vialting with Mrs. GUI Murphy south of thb city. Morris Fisher, the hatter, was visiting relatives and friends at South Bend yesterday. The Rev. E. S. Scott wag summoned yesterday to Cincinnati to attend the funeral of a relative Mrs. Max Frank of Delaware, Ohio. Is visiting her sister, Mrs. Jullrs Kaufman in the olty. Mrs. H. C Sheridan and Miss C. Bracken of Frankfort were guests at the Barnett last night. Mrs. Chas Personette is at Burnetts- vllle visiting the family of Charles Personette of that place. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Vlanco of Delphi were yesterday the guests of Mr. and Mrs. C carles Ruhl. Loi a Palmer left last night for Cincinnati to take a place as news boy On theC. H. & D., between Cincinnati and Toledo. "Single" Dunn hat returned from Marlon and Dunkirk where be hat been on business connected with his patent bicycle attachment. Mrs. Geo. W. Michael, wife of the president of Michael's business unU verslty and art school, is at Delaware] Ohio, visiting relatives and friends. Chauncey Abbott is home for a short visit from Marmont and Culver academy, where he is employed by Dr. MoKenzle as private secretary and stenographer. Harry May Jenks, a business visitor with Parker & Johnston, the lumber dealers, was at the Murdock yesterday. Mr. Jenks Is a resident of Wolver- hamptOD, England. Mrs. C. W. Hassler, of Chicago, late Of the "Milk White Flag" company, baa arrived here to join her husband who is at present: employed at Johnston's drug store. We Will Continue these Prices for a few More Days. Our New Store will be chuck full of money saving goods tomorrow, Read. Read. Read. Mens good suits, spring styles $4.5O. Boys good suits, light colors $3.50. Childrens double breasted suits 88c. Mens summer underwear only I9c. STRAW HATS. Lower than any house in the city. Be sure and see our Blouse Waists at 25c. Ladies fine Satin Scarfs 25c, others ask 50c. Silver Lace Pins with purchases. HARRY FRANK, TO BE, SURE,. s NewTork, Logansport, Delphi, Flora. A memorable Birthday. Wednesday night a party of friends gave Rudolph Zsok a birthday Bur. prise of a moat enjoyable kind at his home, No. 229 Washington street. A big supper was served and various forma of amusement were joined in heartily by the jolly company. I» was Rudolph's 28th birthday. CHEAP SUITS Sold by STEELE & YOUKEY. All wool; tailor made; perfect fit guaranteed. All we ask is for you to call and see our line and we can sell you a suit trade to a Queen's taste - . Steele & Youkey, 4O4: Broadway. Up Stairs. Xeal Get* Judgment. Judgment has been given Harry Neal in his foreclosure proceedings against Mary F. and Schuyler C. Par- rUh, the amount being $376.11. Spring Suitings, Spring Overcoatings, Spring Trouserings. Novelties all in waiting for you to come and select them. If you are hard to please our goods and prices will win you. shops, etc., etc. Afternoon—Closing session ot the association. Election of officers (or current year. Selection of place for holding of an. BUI! meeting ID 1896. Consideration of excursion . to Atlanta, Ga., or Florida. Miscellaneous business. Xotlce of Dissolution. By mutual consent the partnership haretofore existing' between Harry G. Tucker and AlbsrtT. Young, underthe firm name of Tucker & Young, sn» gaged in the merchant tailoring business in Loganeport, Ind., has this day been dissolved, Harry G. Tncker retiring. Albert T. Young continuing and will pay all claims against said firm and collect all accounts due. HABRY..G. TUCKER, ALBERT T. YOUNG. Logansport, Ind., May 6, 189. 1 ). To lecture at 1/afnrette. Dr. H. E. Truax will lecture Tuesday nighl at the Universalist church in Lafayette oo the subject, "From Darkness to Light." Attend the Bee Hive's souvenir sale and secure one of those dresses worth 15 oenti a yard for 6} oenti. Toklo. Gentlemen, have you seen that new and popular shoe called the "Toklo?" It ia EL fitter and it is handsome. Pilling, 412 Broadway, has them. Shines free. Three Button Half Shoo, The new three button, half shoes are going to be worn, and are quite the thing for ladies. Neat, cool and comfortable. Pilling the shoo man has them in all style toes. Up to Dmte Shoes.; That is "Vhat people gay about Filling's shoes. Always the new ideas, and price always the lowest for first class goods. Shines free,and monkey show free. Yes, Pilling still has the monk. Colombia Bicycle*. .. Columbia bicycles are the standard bicycles of the world. Who is itthat don't ^now w-hat a Columbia is? Aay man. even a little boy, seeing a Columbia will Bay, why, that's a Col- utabia; that's a good wheel, that is. We all like to have people know that we have a good wheel. Then why not buy the best? Buy a Columbia. Go to Pilling, 412 Broadway. He will show yon all the good points and tell you all about them. LufcoLJf W-A^Kix&Toy PILLING, 412 Broadway. Logansport, Tnd., U. S. A. PIERCE, THE TAILOR. 310JBBOAUWA1T. ALL THE LATEST STYLES IN Summer Suitings AT S, 4i8 Market St. I f you want your lace curtains to look the same as new, send them to. us for lauudrving. A long experience in this line of work enables ua to guarantee satisfaction, . CAJCPBBLL BBOS., 439 Market St IF YOU ARE GOING TO MAKE GARDEN. Itjwlll pay you to be particular'as to whose seeds you buy. We are now in the market with a full line of Landreth's seeds for the season of 1895, and I wish to say to the gardeners and others using seeds, that while Landretb's seeds may be a little higher price then some others they are always fresh, clean and true to name, and as we handle no other seeds except those grown by Landreth •& Sons of Philadelphia onr cua- tomers may rely on getting nothing but the very best. I believe that the cost of the seeds is nothing compared to the crop, apd when a person bag the trouble to put out a garden, he should use nothing but the very best. We handled Landreth's seeds for four years and have never beard a single complaint; in fact, onr 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. Our trade has increased on this particular line of goods more than tenfold since we have been in the business? We also have a full lin» of garden took and field seeds . Remember that the firm of Landreth & Sons has been 115 years in the " occupation of seed growing. George Harrison. 617,628 Broadway.
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