DUNLAFS Celebrated Hats. Stiff, Soft and Silk. SPRING STYLES! DEWENTER, THE HATTER. POREsrLBEM, 'AND AND NOT THE TESTIMONIALS OT PURCHASABLE CHEM1STA. DAILY JOURNAL SATURDAY MORNING, MARCUJ*. Our spring stock of Foster's kid (Clove* will be on sale to-day.—Bee Hive Cbas. Boswcll the Twelfth street saloon keeper was convicted by a jury in toe city court yesterday lor violating the screen ordinance ano was fined $20. John Biifcer was also convicted •I the fame offense and was fined fit), a first offense. Mrs. Elizabeth Mohler died Thura. day evening at «:30 o'clock at tho residence of her son Albert Mohler, at 225 Washington sfoet, of cancer of the »tomacb. aged 03 years The funeral wiil be fcdd at Anoko this Miorcln/, the cortege leaving the residence ai 9 o'clock. Margaret, the eighteen month* old daughter of Mr. and Mra S. I 1 Sheerin died at the family residence oo Market street yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Tho funeral will be held from St V'Dceni de Paul church at 2 o'clock Sunday a'ternoon, service* conducted by Very Rev, M. E, Camplon. AmJDg the tramps arreited Wednei 4ay night were a couple who had with them tome bottle* of fine sealed whiskies, directing a suspicion tbat the goods were stolen. Notice was lent to neighboring town», and yesterday officer Taylor of Kokomo came over after the men claiming tbat the goods were stolen at Kokomo. The men wore taken away by him. The popular Irish comedians. Cbas. Murray and Oltte Maok delighted a large crowd at Dolan'i last night They had their old play touched up in spot* and rechrlsteoed, presenting it under the name of "Fionlgao's Bait." A» a farce comedy it ii a howl Ing success and tnere were as many laugbi to tbe iquare Inob in the ecoen trinities of Murray and Maok as tbe greatest fun lover could wish. They were supported by a oanable company *nd the comedy went with a rush. SIGN. Remember our sign and location when you want a new suit. You know our prices are right and workmanship unexcelled. TUCKER & YOUNG The Pearl St. Tailors. ranipi^iv*^iB*v^^""^"^ H1 ^*^ YOCB SAME IH PRLYT. Item* of«Prnonal Character Con* •oruluc LogaUDporten and Tbelr Prteudi K. W. Pierce is at Chicago. Earl Stewart was at Union City yesterday. Jesse Stanford will depart Monday for Athene, 0, Mies Dollle Campbell has returned from Bloomington. Mr. J. H. McCaully of Idavllle was in the city yesierday. Col. George Safford is visiting friends at Danville. 111. Miss Fannie Sanderson, of South Bend, ia visiting friends here. Ex-Marshall Benj. Dean and family have mov«>d onto a farm near Anoka. Mrs. W. D. Capron has returned home from a visit at her former home at Nashville, Tonn. Mrs. Fred W. Munson, of Chicago, la visiting In the city ihe guest of Rev. and Mrs. E S Scott. Frank Megahan wa» called to Win. amao yesterday by tbe news of the serious Illness of his father Mr, I. S Wade of Lafayette, Grand Chief Templar of the State order of Good Templars is in tbe city. Frank Spohn, tbe real estate agent has returned from a hutlness trip to the southern part of the State. Miss Mame Carey who was visiting In tbe city the guest of the Misses Gallagber departed yesterday for her homo In Indianapolis. Mr. E. Schtnltt of the Golden Rule, will depart today 'or New York on a purchasing tour, to lay in a stock of novelties for the spring trade. Mr. Wro. Chase departed yeiterday /or his homo in Oconto, Wls., after a pleasant visit bore, tbe guest of his nephew, Judge D. H. Cba*e. Jacob Best, city treasurer of Now Albany was In the city last evening. Mr. Beet, though a republican, has been twice elected treasurer of New Albany, a city over 6»0 democratic He IB a candidate for re-eleotion and expects to be re-elected. A *ch»ol . Hla-li U»B»r. A certificate of award wai lentto the pupils of St. Jokeph'i school for their class work and drawings at the Columbian World's Fair. Catholic ed. ucational exhibit. That the scholars were highly pleated and honored, for this reward of their work, can easily be Imagined. Tbe oertlfloat* wa» neatly framed and hung in the 8t Joseph's hall. Death of Mra. H«», Mrs. E. H«ri died at her home at 118 Tenth street at 6 o'clock Thura, day evening, aged 80 yean. The deceased has been a. re.ident of this city for many years. She leaves four children, Jacob, Mat and Sara, of this city and Herman Htrz of Denver, Col. The luneral will be held Sunday afternoon _ The ladles of the Matinee Musloale of Lafayette, have arranged with the lady manager! of the Home of tbe Friendless for a benefit entertainment to be given at the Baptist church here on oext.Frlday evening, the 9th intt. 1 SHIP CANAL. CouneftlnK Lake Erie, liak* Ifllehl- fmm and lUe Gnlf or IHt-rleo There has been much talk recently of a ship canal to join Like Erlo and Lake Michigan. The project 18 said to bo backed by capitalists who will Invest |GO 000. OCO in It. There is no question but that uuch a oanul will be built Home day, but tbe route now p-opoaed ncrobs lower Michigan U claimed to bt laiprsctlcftble. Prof. J. L. Campbell, who madea government survey of India' a, is of lbi« opinion. As to a ship canal from Lake Michigan to the ocean I have examined with some cure, ho Bays, tho proposed rout' across southern Michigan, and I believe it to bo Impracticable Tne elevation of tho central part of south ern Michigan above ibo lakes la from four hundred to five hundred feet, and there are no streams of water large enough to furuleb aufflolent water for a ship canal at ihe summit levels. In he paper I read beforo the Indiana Engineering Society January 8, 1894. I suggested a practicable route for a tfhlp cunal from Luke Michigan to tho Waba-bh river, which I Ijfllievo will apply to the present discussion. The route I would proposo to connect Luke EMo with Lake Michigan begins at Toledo and extends along the lino of tho old Wabash & Erie canal to a point a few mlloi? weal of Lognnsport, thence by the Tippecanoe and Monon to tho Kat4kakee at Dunn 1 * brlrtpo. and from Buiim's bridge to Lake Mlrhtgan. The route has peculiar advantages In tbe abundance of water supply for the summit levels furnished by tho Maumee. the Wab&sh, tho Tippecanoe and tho Kankakee rivers, and the geu. oral topography of tbe country. Fort Wayne Is situated at the lowest point along the summit of the grout ridge through Ohio. Indiana and Michigan which separates tho waters which run to Lake Erlo and those which flow to the gulf of Mexico. The crest of the ridge Is ehown by tbe following elevation above the sea leve': Wlnrhos'or. Ind ............................................ ',•£!) Portland, Inrt Muffton, u<l Yort Wujne. I"d Auburn, Ind .............................................. '* I nxranirs, Ind ....................... ...................... «•> Anpola. Ind ............................... .............. '.<« Hlllttlulfi. Mich ........................... ...... ........ l.WJj Jackson. Mich .............................................. , J* Lew, Mica ....................................... ............ 'Jo* Tbe Bummit levels for the ennui will be: Fort W«rne ..................................................... ™J Kankakr* ..................................................... 8 * u The loweat level* will be: Toledo ......................... , .............................. j;™ l.wnnsport .................................... - .......... "'"' Lake Michigan ................................................ «s The Maumee and Wabath will fu- nish the water supply from Toledo to LoganKport; tbe Tlppecanoo, Monon and Kankakeo from Logansport to Lake Michigan. The distance from Chicago to Toledo by ibis route Is shorter than by any other practicable line. The work 10 be done will be the revival and en. largement of the Wabash & Erlo canal from Toledo to Logansport, and the construction of a new lino to tbe Tlppeoanoe, Kankakee and Lake Mich Igan. Oo this now section no elevation above 750 feet from sea level will bo encountered, and nowhere will the excavation required eiceed one hundred feet In the comprehensive improvement of our means of l transportation this plan will servo tbe double puapo»e of connecting Lake Michigan with Luke Erie and the Gulf of Mexico. The improvement of the Wfaba-h. Ohio and Mississippi would naturalh follow the opening of the canal from Lake Michigan to the Wabash All those lines, especially provided by nature, this great work must be construcled. _ »' i Mlallatte*. From recently printed statistics of tho northern penitentiary It Is loaned that of tbe 830 prisoners at that Institution 407 are native Boosters, 44 Kentucklans, 43 are New Yorkers 60 are Illlnoleana. 97 are Onions, and C3 are foreign bnrn. Of these foreign born citizen* 22 are Germans, 17 Irish, 6 Canadians. 4 Ei glishmen, 4 Australians; and 1 Frenchman, 1 Italian. 1 Russian. 1 Flndlander, 1 Scotchman, 1 Swede, 1 Swlis, and 1 Hungarian. One hund/fd and tblrtylaven of the prisoner! can neither read nor write, 629 are intemperate, 678 are single men,' 284 are married, and 87 are widowers. There are 62 life term men In the prison, 166 colored men, 10 insane men, 1 blind man, 1 prUe fighter, 3 lawyers, 1 bank, r, 1 colored pr aoher, 60 murderers, : -12 printers, 1 nchi-ol teacher, 2 doctors, 46 farmers, 6 bookkeepers, 18 barbers, 620 common laboreri,. and not a single editor. Of tbeprUotors 173 are 20 years old; 28« are between 20 and 26; 147 are between 26 and 30; 272 are between 30 and 40; 66 are between 4« andtO; and 36 are over fifty, one being past 70. Don't you think a new Sherman hat would look belter than, the old one P _Patter*on, the Haberdasher. Gss Circuit Gift A. G. JENKINES, Assignee. I will sell, under order Cass Circuit Court, the entire stock of Overcoats formerly the property of Otto Kraus at about half regular price* on a CREDIT OF SIX MONTHS, WITHOUT INTEREST, each garment marked IN RED-showingthe assignee's price and the former price. The reason of this extraordinary offer is to make room for that part of the Shoe Stock remaining unsold after March 3Jst, as the lease of the present quarters expires on that day. I do not want to move a single pair of Shoes, if possible, a^d have ordered the Shoe Salesmen to REFUSE NO REASONABLE OFFER. The finest goods are still unsold. A. G. JENKINES. Assignee. P. S.--200 pairs Ladies Kid Button and Lace Shoes worth $4.00 for $l.50--following sizes only: one and one half to threes. The TrmperantwMertlna'i The large-t crowd of tho week at- ten'ded the down town temperance meeting last evening, many being turned away unable to gain entrance. Mr. Stanley was assisted by Hun. I. S. Wade, G. .C. T. of Indiana Good Templars and Mr. S. By bee of North Judson, both of whom addressed the largo audience. Many elgccd the pledge and the Interest in the work of temperance received a great impetus. These meetings will continue nightly beginning at 7:30. The Oa« Territory Pnt>*«rlptlona, Tbe gas territory committee succeeded yesterday in increasing the cash subscriptions to $4,426. Tbe total amount needed is $6,000, and but $575 more U to be raised. This will probably be secured to-day. The success of this committee is most gratifying. The ffi.OOO cash will put Logansport in possession of some of the Gnost territory in the gis belt and make certain, the sue JOBS of the new company. Heal Kutaie Tranifcr*. i, lit of transfers of real est«t* In Caw eonnlj report<Kl by Frank H. Wlppurnmn abntrectw of titles, iionveynneer and notary public, insurance *nd loan a/ent, tlf>« to real iwtate examined Hiid <l»reit'VO titles perfected. Money to loan fit lowest HUM. Onic« 806 Fourth street direct^ opposite Court n»uw entrance. Loxnnsport, Ind. Mutllrift \Vimner et nt to ttannan V. Rice swi4 nwl/t fltt'' BWpt aei^j n«c IK Olfii- Sherlfl nf ciltis comity io'iliiiinftii A. Rio» B. li n»l«i MX; 18 Clinton t|> 6M 00 Hn-tlm Mil Umwrdtu i« nah A Rico iindsw tttfVt swD MX!. 16 Clinton tp. 26* 00 Jas. Klec'kneriuid I). I'. Bnldwln lota f 1 ouKh>s5 udd to city too 00 HartbH Wecht to Una Km* and nns- batin l<'ttfl'8lie 'ttudd.,, „ 1690 00 Iftin Kruif to MArtlia WecM lot » Hun Wftsliburn to A. 8. McOniey nVi lots 15 and 16 Wannbutn's add to Ro : ul Chan 8 (ireon et Bl (o city ot Logani- port lotB 1 ad in. Ut add W to C?ndl»McMlllenioMleb8«l Casper lot 1 00 ton's Hdm nt nun t J W i ]£ n gen to Eilubrtli A. Ulnlck wU lot *«"nd47 Woll »nd Broker ado" to WulUin *^ John A I)ick«y to Cynthia A. Hancock HRa of I'lcott Res In Jfftereon tp JK6 00 M«rj E. Wa-fibnrn to Ellz Hulinn iM lots IB and l« »fc»hlwrn's «da to K _ - nutitMr 300 W nVi ne% At Rr*t. Mrs. Jane E., widow of tho l William B. Divis, was born at Albany New York, April 1C. 1811, and died in this city March 1, 1894.- She was married to her late husband at Albany, June 6 1831. and they camo to this city Oct. 31, 1834. Six children —four daughters and two sons—were born to this union, two of whom— Mrs. Arthur Kerlin, of this city, and Mrs. Margaret C Koults o! Ontario, California—survive. The two sons served tbe cauf e of the Union in tbo war of tbe rebellion and Harry, tbe younger, waa killed in battle during the movemeoia of hi* regiment, the 46th Ind. Vol.. around Vloksburg. Charles, tbe eldest son a bridge builder, was killed by falling from a bridge on tbe Wabash railroad. Those allllctloas, together wiih the death of her daughters, the late Mra. Eliza Manders and Mrs. Emm*. Horning, and the bereavement in the loss of her beloved husband were t-ials which severely tested tbe unusual pillonco and serenity of her disposition and fortitude of her Christian faith, but Bho passed the last triumphantly, and turned a ci earful, uncomplaining front to her duties and surroundings. Her pre§enc3 made sunshiuo umld tbe bardnhlp* of plonetr life »n'i In all her relations to her family, her frlende and her neighbors. F. eble beBlib in her later years confined her largely »ci bor home with her daughter, Mr?. Kerlin, but to tbe latt she manifested a lively interest in bar former outside associations and passed bur days in happy contentment with her environment. She bad boen for many years a member of the First Pr. »byterla» church, and her Christian faith was strong LOOK HERE! If you want to buy or sell a house lot, If you want to buy or sell a farm, If you want to bny or eel) a Storo, If you want to trade city properly a farm, If you have any cheap houses for •• Call on M.M.GORDON, Room No. 1 ant) 2 Spry B'ioe'- r.d for and clear, BO tbat when > tbe la>i messenger on earth came to her, in the full consciousness of her presenoe -ho lovingly ba(3o farewell to her IDVCC ones who were present and clos<>ii her eyes for tho "peaceful rinmbo.V c>; tbe grave. It is well with her. Fc us remains tbe memory of bei- i.vmf, patience, cheerful serenity and ^during heroism. Let us drive to keep ftH ouch memories green in our Hvc£ HQU conduct. The funeral will take place u ^y at 2:80 p. m., with eervices al me residence of Mr. Joseph Koir.a Cu2 Melbourne aventir, conducted b, l; -v. )r. Putnam, and burial In tU. J-i cemetery. Ttio .Tlodcru Kn»xll4 Has tastes rfiedifllnaJl.T, in kv with other luxuries. A retneo bo pleasantly acceptable In purely wholesome In composition, beneficial in effect nod entirely from every objectionable quality roallv ill he conwilti! aphysleU constipated be use* tbe gentle f laxative Syrup of Plgn ii <ily free . If w; if Apply 'at 20ft West Broad way •m co inn nnnw ff r^ink Hinder und^ ft) nwtiseo 7, Betbtp *J "J rour aiorWiW" nled aygregatliiK »6« vO Low Kati'« to lll« Koqtli vl» P«nDkrl- TBIllK Lllir*. On Ft brvmrv 8th, March 8(,h ant! April " tn ' 'aid sefrkers' t-xcursiiir tickets *iH be «° ld vi; i lines to a lurgt number of . points in Kentucky, Tennessee, MU,l 8f lppl, Alabama Louisiana, Georgia and Florida. Tickets will be good returning twenty days from date o! laid and »'"' il() '''id to all aiip'itan i at ono fa ri) ' ur fund trip. l^ r do tails plcaoo apply to J. A. McC'uiloujfh Ticket Agent, Logansport, )nd. Merchant Tailoring. • ___„_^. We do it, and we do it right. That is, ^ we guarantee reliable fabrics, correct fit I and modest price. I It will pay you to SEE US when you T get ready for a new suit or overcoat. • CARL W. KELLER & CO., i 311 MARKET STREET.
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