do you ^HO IS YOUR HATTER] WHY, DEWENT THE HATTER. So say the majority of men already. Now we want the minority to come over to the majority. Lei n» ihow you our NEW SPRING HATS. OBSERVE! The announcement of Tucker &Young THE PEARL ST. TAILORS. Their New Spring Goods are ready for inspection. Special attention is called to their $2O.OO suits made to order. Yours Truly, "PUCK." "Hello, -Central, glva me the gas offloe," "Hello. SI, IB that you? This la the Pharos offloe." "Hello, Pharos, what want?" "The election ia coming on and the Pharos wants to stand in with the people. It wants to roast the company a little." "That Is right, Ben. Give us a roast. You caa't hurt us any now and you may do yourself some pood. Call us hoggish and anything you wish. A few months apo when tho people were excited you stood up for us when we were In danger. Now you cannot hurt us, and, if you can square your" self, go In, We only have a few vote* around here and we realize that you must try to stand In with the people now." "All right, Si; we are going to square ourselves with the people and you must not take offense." "Oh, that all right, Ben; sail in. Wo know you are with us when we need an organ. " A Market Street Epliode. Sosne — East Market street. 10 o'clock a. m. President Sheerin of the gan company enters the residence. James McSheehey of the Chronicle enters residence. Exeunt omnes. First neighbor — Did you see the editor of the Chroniole go InP Second neighbor — Yes, has he come out? First neighbor — I have not seen him. Sooocd neighbor — He ie in there yet. Both agree to make affidavit to the fact?. Official Call. The Republicans of Caes County, Indiana, and all others who desire to co-operate with them are requested to meet In their several townships and wards at the time and place deeignat ed for the purpose of selecting delegates to the Republican State convention to be held at Indianapolis on Ra9 ! April 25, 1894, and to the Republican Congressional convention to be held at Hammond, Ind., on May 24, 1894. The place and time fixed for said meetings Is as follows: Adams towrship — Twelve Mile, April 21, at 1 p. m. Bethlehem township— Motea. April 21, at 1. p. m. Boone township — Royal Center, April 21, at l p. m.. Clay township— Shady Nook school house, April 21 at 1 p. m. Clinton township— Clymers April, 20, at 1 p. m. Deer Creek township —Center school house, April 21, 1 p. m. Harrison township — Lucerne, April 21, 1 p.m. GOQClHousekeepers are always prwokwf, When delayedinobtaining* PRICE- IS ON ALL CANS, TO BE- DAILY JOURNAL. SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 7. Flowers. Millinery at tho New Fashion store. Spring Goods—No fake poods.— Walker & Ranch. Printed India^silks of excellent qual, Ity, only 48 cents, at the Bee rilvo. New pattern hats in the millinery department, at the Now Fashion store. Girl to cook wanted at 829 North itreet. An experienced one preferred. The Journal has received numbers A and 6 of "The Book of the Fair published by Bancroft of Chicago and If pleased to Bay that the high standard of this artistic work Is being maintained. This Is beautiful weather, all tho •dies In the city will want a hand- ome spring hat for Sunday. How iver. we are prepared to'aocommodate Jl ai we have ample help to turn out )T«r 500 bats a day at the New Fashion i lore. Complaint about the postoffloe are jetting more numerous every day. • A ctter was left at the Journal of- loe yesterday directed to '-F. A. Imlth, Chicago, 111.," in a clear hand, 't bad been mailed at the Logansporl tfEoe but after being held WM tent to ha dead letter office at Washington xoauie the Logansport office didn't now where Chicago was or else onldn't read plain United Statei. The •ad Uttor office of course irat It at to Chicago wh»r« It reached its WIM twenty dayi late. The Lotim Club l>»nce The fasbionablfl Lotus club concluded Us very interesting series of dances liiat ovuning by giving probably tho most interesting- dance of Iho series, Quiio a number of parties wera present from neighboring towns and the function proved most ajjree. uble. Stcinhart'o orchestra furnished tho music and everything connected with the ball, from music to the very delightful refreshments was vary rtcbercho. The guests of the club wore: Chas. H. furcell, Frank Watt, Harry Thomas and Myrtle league, of Richmond; MUs Maud Bonnell, of Crawfordsville: Miss Anna Crockett, of Lafayette; Mr, and Mrs. John Howor and Mr. and Mrs. John Meyer, of Rochester; H. W. Griswold, Miss Helen Bearss, B. J. Turbin and Miss Nelson, of Peru; MlssGrace Parker, of Columbia City; Miss Brownie Rutter; of Warsaw; nod Messrs. and Mos- dames Kmil K. Keller, Otto Kraus, John F. Coulson. John W. Barnes, Walter J. Uhl, Emmett Mulholland, Ed. J. Ernorich. Misses: Nina Hall, I'jlton, Murdock, Shrover, Fitoh. Booth, Finch, Mageo, Redmond, tho Misses McConnell, the Misses 'J'aylor and the Misses Swoet. Messrs. S. M. Velsey, C. W. Keller, J. T. TomKngon, Joo Taylor, C. M. Taylor, Will M. Elliott, Will Uhl W. H, Porter, W. R. Small, S. K. Frank, Harry Lonfi-, Ed Donovan, Harvey Anderson, Chas. Sapp, Leon McAllister, Walter Malben, S. C. Wright. YVrddlUft Sweet* Disturbed. At tbe wedding over on the West Side Wednesday night, of Frederick Hardt and Sophie Kruok, a gang of young hoodlums broke in upon the wedding festivities and stole among other things a couple of kegs of beer. Three of tho boys wore arrested and planed in jail. Yesterday they were bound over to the circuit court and remanded to jail. The boys are Charles Waihburn, Simon Courtney, Wm. Buckley. Jackson township — Salveaton, April 21, 2 p. m. Jefferson township — Galloway school house, April 21. 1 p. m. Miami township— New Waverly, April 21, 1 p. m. Noble— Centre school house, April 21, 1 p. m. Tlpton township— Onward, April 21. 1 p. m. Washington township — Centre school house, April 19, 1 p. m. First ward — Engine house, April 21, 8 p. m. Second ward— Rink April 21, 8 p. m Third ward — Council chamber, April 21, 8 p. m. Fourth ward— Rink, April 21, 8 p. m. SOAR indispensable Article in good Savins II fir superior to any other in the market, as bright women and bright grocers know. Sold everywhere. Made only by N. K. FAIR BANK & CO., Chicago, SPRING GOODS! Bicycle Club A meeting was held last evening at Kline Bros, to organize a bicycle racing club. There wore nine present and an organization was formed under the name of the Yellow Jacket Club with tho following officers: Otto L. Kline, President; Walter Cloason vice, president; Charlos Grant, secretary; Arthur Keesllng-, treasurer; Will Graflis, captain. The club will give some races at tho Driving park during tho summer. Fun for the Red Me a. Delphi Timee: Tho ^embers of the Red Men's order of this city have a two-by-four grin On their faces in anticipation of the lun they have in 3tore in the near future. Logansport has a lodge of the sarao order, but they have never received the Haymakers' degree, and about twenty-five are coming 1 to this city to take it. ADDITIO-VIL LOCALS. Fifth ward—Engine house, April 21, 8 p. m. The several townthlps and wards will be entitled to representatives as follows and the meetings will select the number of delegates as follows: State Congressional Convention. Convention. Adnms towa.sulp 1 1 Bfituleliem " 1 * Boone " l l Clay " 1 l Clinton ' 1 I DeerCreek ' l J Harrison ' J 1 Jiickson • 1 JcfTirson • 1 l iMIiiml ' - J ' noble ' * Tlpton ' 1 Washington " i First ward 'i * WflLKER 6c RftUGH Come in. 42O Broadway^ A Thnatflilfnl Church Action. The regular monthly business meet- lig of the Baptist church was held Thursday evening after prayer meet- Ing. The pastor, Kev. W. H. H. Marsh was unanimously given a spec- lal vacation of two Sabbaths. We learn from him that ho probably will take advantage of it to visit Dallas, Texas and. attend the sessions of the Southern Baptist convention there early in May. This body is composed of the white Baptists of the louth and Is the largest ecclesiastical organization In the southern States of any ey'ingellstlo denomination, The ETOlntioii Of medical agents is gradually relegating the old-time herbs, pills, Iraughts and vegetable extracts to he rear and bringing into general use tho pleasant and effective liquid axatlvo, Syrup of Figs. To get the rue remedy see that it is manufac< ured by the California Fig Syrup Co. nly. For sale by all leading drug- Tints. _ The local saloon men met lait even- of and organized under tbe Brewen nd Saloon Keepen 1 Mutual Aid and Bwwfit Anooiatlon of America.' ThB 10:30 Euchre Club was entertained last evening by Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Simpson. Miss Maud Bunnnell of Crawfords- vllle ta the g-uest of Miss Etta Finch of East Nerth street. Sooit Bros,, the Galveston saloon keepers who were recently refused a license to sell liquor, yesterday appealed their case from tho commiH- sioners' court to the circuit court. ID the notice of tho election of officers of Canton Lodge, I. O. O F , the name of one of the officers was Weiie Instead of Wiseman and Capt. Chase was mustering officer not ministerial. It is rumored that a North Sida wo man vesterday gave birth to Illegitimate twins one of which was white and the other colored. This is not a now thing to tho medical profession yet it shows a remarkable state of depravity. Yesterday in tbe circuit court the judge overruled tbe motion to set aside the appointment of administrator in the case of Cornelius Meredith, upon whose petition Jasper Cohen was appointed adminstrator of the estate of James Merldlth, deceased. Judge L. J. Monks, of Winchester, Republican candidate. for Supreme Court Judge; Capt. Alex. Hess, o Wabash, candidate for Clerk of the Supreme Court, andW A. Kitchen, of Indianapolis, candidate for Attorney General, were in the city yesterday. The Dap*/, meeting of the Woman's Relief Corp held at Lafayette this week, was very largely . attended and much interest was shown in the work. Corp No. SO "from our city" was represented by its president, Mrs. Annie Twells and Mrs. Lizzie Brown, who are highly pleased. with their visit to the encampment and are ready to report accordingly. Corps No. 30 boar* a part.. of the. bonora at bar worthy president, Mri. Twttlli, appear! on one of the important com. " " '•• Third " l -, Fourth " - •> Firth " S 5 By order o( the Central Coramiuco. D. W. TOMLINSON, Chairman. Secretary. Kopnbllcnn City Convention. The Republicans cf tho City of Logansport are notified to meet in the severul wards on KKIDAv. Ai'iiir, 13ra, 1894, at 8 p. m, for the purpose of nominating one member of tbe council from each ward, and selecting delegates to tho city convention to nominate a city ticket. The places of meeting will be as follows; First \»ard—West Side engine house Sacond ward—Broadway rink. Third ward—Council chamber. Fourth ward—Broad *ay rink. Fifth ward—Fifteenth street engine house. The ratio of tbe lepreeentatlon will bo une delegate for each 10 votes cast for General Harrlton in 1892, and one lor each fraction over 5. The ral.io makes the ward representation as follows: First wnrd 3D BEFORE. AFTER I have taken the agency for the HERO SHEEP PROTECTOR, i * full stock of th« goods in sight. These protectors are guaranteed to givf- protectlou to the sheep as against dojrs. We have received our Seeds for the- season of 1894, anu have them ready to supply our customers on demand. We handle- nothing but LANDRETH'S SEEDS and as allot our old stock has been burnt, our customers may rest assured that they will get fresh,* clean goods. We have a full variety of Garden and Field Seeds also Flower Seeds. We have also a full line of Harness and Carriage Goods, and a full line of Turf an<& Sporting Goods. In fact we have everything: that goes with a horse and carriage. Don ft forget the old place, 424 BROADWAY, Geo. Harrison. Tha-Mou-- Is purely a Vegetable CorapouiJ, especially, adapted to cure all diseases of-, the Blood and Secretory System, sucfc* as ASTHMA, Hay FcTer, Scrofula, Eczema, Dyspepsia, Rheumatism, Lagrippe, Caiarrt, Kidney and Liver- Second ward Tulrd wiird l» Fourth ward M Kll'tli wiird 52 Totnl dehwuos IGfl Necessary to ciiolce 8-1 The delegates selected will meet at the new court room SATUItDAV, Al'KIL, 14TII, 189J, at 3 o'clock p. m. to nominate candidates as follo*c: Mayor, Trmaurur, j Clerk and Water Works Trustee. By order of committee. J. Z. POWELL. Chairman. Attest: D. W. ToJii-iNSON, Soc'y. Wanted to be Kicked. CalUr—1 have a little bill here which I Hardup (interrupting)— The cashier is out. Caller—Very well; I'll call around some other time and pay it Good day. And Hardup requested the office boy to kick him six times,—Philadelphia Record. _ OH many farms there are vacant places that cannot be cultivated conveniently and yet could be seeded to srra«s and .be fflade. to yield a profit. Oi»ml*rl«ln'« Kje mi Skin Ointment Is a certain rure'for Chronic Sort Eyes. Granulated Eye tilde, Sore Nip plea, PUea, Eczema, Totter, Sab Rheum and Scald Head, 26 cents per box. For »alo by B. F. Keesling, It is a Harmless Blood Purifying Compound*. Anj- clilM or <l»llc-rt« woman ein tukfl It with parted'safety; It win do Just rus claimed for I:. r |iTT A -TV/rfklT '* vflri Pl sllsant to the taste md rniieves dinicnlt, paroxysms of breulbhig, 1 X JL A. 1TJL \J U quickens illKiiStlyn, reCTlattw th« liver and bowels, sharpens 'be ariwUre. xootlii-s tins iwrvr-j!, inmllss uip blood, tuvUor-Ui'S the mind, tones up the rnutw!"«, relieves chronic uoiulHCQi-. p;ii:i:it«s pain, ciojinsfts the, kidneys ami bladder. Improves tliA lieartv net!on, strengihe.is. the bonos, restore* lost vitality, soltons th* skin. LmmitlOoi* 1h*> complexion, remove* ail trriw. pits- pies or t>l'H<:tie.< from the Imcly, anil will »u>ii iluit «Rlj> CODKH or ANY COlKiH. I'rtcc, SI.OO vtz- llottlo. six for $3-00. Sold by all ilraialsts. THA MOU CUBE COMPANV, KOK01IO. IND. B. i'. TO HORSE For putting- a horse in a tine health} condition try Dr. Cady's Condi HOB Powders. They tone up the system aid digestion, cure loss of appetite relieve constipation, correct kldne; disorders and destroy worms, Riving ne.w life to an old overworked horse 25 cent* par P»oka»re. For sale tj B. F. Kceillng, NOW THIS IS A FACT CARL W. KELLER the Merchant Tailor, leads them all in the Spring Trade. LOOK AT HIS PATTERNS. Ask any man in the city the way his clothes are made to fit and then know the truth. CARL W. KELLER. 311 Market St. Get your Letter Heads, Bill Heads, Statements, Envelopes and everything you need in the printing line at the JOURNAL OFFICE.
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