%ijj®!$$®^ TODAY! Shirt Waists from 25c up. tadies Wrappers from 87c up. Childrens Dresses (all sizes) 50c. At the Golden Rule. N. B.—New Colors in the celebrated Francesco Gloves. Schmitt & Heffley. PILLING & WHITE. 412 Broadway. Leaders, in Fine Footwear. T Ladies' good solid Oxfords Misses' pat. tip spring heel Shoes Elegant Prince Alberts only Cloth-top, pat. tip Oxfords m I »* .99 1.48 1.25 Dont' fail to see us when you want good <cheap shoes. PILLING & WHITE, Agent Tor Columbia Bicycles 412 Broadway. MINIS. PUS. PHIS. 1 AM HEADQUARTERS FOR All Kinds of Paints If you are going to use any Paints COME AND SEE MB. I keep the largest and best stock of Paints and Painter's Supplies in Indiana, I make a specialty of this line ot goods and am ia a shape to sell you anything in the line for less money than it is possible for n»y competitors to do. No Matter How Large or Small a Quantity. «af Paints You Want Come and See Me I WILL SAVE YOU MONEY. B. F. KEESLING, 3806 Fourth St. LOGANSPORT. IND DAILY JOURNAL SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 14. Now veiling—Golden Rule. Get your spring outfits at the Bee Hive. Ladies' wrappers 98 cents.—Golden Rule. Regent flack and frock suiU'at Otto Kraue. Throe pound table peaches 121 cts. —Rothemel. No fancy prires on hata at Patter, son's, the Haberdasher. All sixes children's dresses only 50 cents.—Schmitt & Heflley. Entire new line of wraps will be shown today at the Bee Hive. Look at Harry Frank's north show window for novelties in shirts. Special low prices named on spring wraps for today's trade at the Trade falace. One dollar for $2 bats, and $1.98 for $.50 hats, either Derby or Fedoras, at Kraue'. The flre department was called to the South Side this morning bv a [alee alarm. We positively sell the beat children's and boys' suits for the least money rom fl up.—Harry Frank. Oliver P. Ensley, of Auburn, Ind., Republican candidate for Clerk of the iupreme Court, was in the city yes- erday. You profit by others experience. The Bee Hive's buyer has been at It for 5 years, always catering for the beet and the choicest. . , Such values as Otto Kraus is offer- ng in. his shoe department are really wonderful. Fifty cents on the dollar s about the average. The funeral of James Glllespie will e held from St. Viccent de Paul hurch this afternoon at 2 o'clook r ery Rev. M. E. Campion officiating. Miss Daley Justice entertained the members of the Senior class of the [Igh school and the teachers at the ome of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. . Justice on Tenth street. A horse with harness on was picked p strolling around on the West Side ,st evening. The estray animal was arrested" and taken to Dykeman'a table where the owner may find it iday. THE ADVANCE OF MEDICAL AND | SURGICAL KNOWLEDGE. The eminent Dr. Nlcolis Bonn said recently that there had been more real progreei made during the last ten years in medicine and surgery than In any other branch of human knowledge. Tht» ii particularly shown by the great use that Is now made of ELECTRICITY I D t* 10 cure °' disease. By It the treatment of diseases peculiar to women has been revolutionized. It is now employed by all specialists in these ailments and gives results that •re not equalled by any other methoa known. It Is our main reliance in many other diseases such as Nasal Catarrh, Rheumatism, Neuralgia and as a nerve tonic It is unequalled. But the apparatus ii expensive and much iklll Is required in Its use. These can only be acquired by the well equipped specialist, but It is one of the i n«ani by which he makes his work so certain, positive and satis- I factory. We avoid the useless and often injurious drugging of the | tyitem. The | LOGANSP9RT MEDICAL & SURGICAL INSTITUTE I It the only plaoe nearer than the large cities where these ad van> Uffe* can be obtained. You are invited to call and investigate. | CotultaUoa free. i DRS. CHRISTOPHER & LONGENECKER, 417 MARKBT ST. Men's Furnishing Goods AIM, Had Death. The most hopeful period In a woman's life is when she, an affection, ate wife and a tremblingly fond and delighted mother gazes upon her first born. It it then that she withes Indeed to live that the hopes thus centered In her little household may be realized. It la then that life la bright and hope is strong. To be cut down at this moment when all of life ig more worth the living and to be torn from the devoted husband and father and from the tiny new born one and from all kindred ties is a thing so aad that every grief bows before It. There was such a separation in Lo. gunsport yesterday morning and the community IB mourning that it must needs be that Death claims the penalty of Life. That a new soul might be born to earth the pure soul of gentle young mother must be rondere up. Sad, Indeed, la thli—inexpresei bly sad. A few days ago their large circle o warm friends were rejoicing with Mr. and Mrs. John F. Brookmeyer upon the advent into their pleasant homo of a girl baby. Those [rlends are now mourning- doubly that the yountr mother was called to give her strong young life for the new life she gave to earth. Mrs. Etta Grovo Brookmeyer died nt her home on West Broadway yesterday morning at 7 o'clock. The do- ceased w<va the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Grovo, and until her marriage nearly two years ago with Mr. Brookmeyor, bookkeeper at the First National bank, hafl been connected with tbo primary department of the city schools and had especially endeared herself to the little ones under her charge, her kindness and her singularly sweet disposition winning all to her. To her distracted young husband, to her stricken parents, to her fond sister, Miss Bessie, and to the bereft little life that was left the friends extend sorrowlul condo. lence. Words however are powerless to console. Theirs is a grief too great. This death Is Indeed sad, A Veteran Putor Reclgni. Rev. Joseph Fisher, who has been pastor of the West Side Evangelical church for the past four years has resigned bis pastorate on account of his advanced age; the resignation to take effect on the 27th of May, next. Mr. Fisher will then be 73 years old. Forty-four years of that time has been spent preaching the gospel, He was born In York coutty, Pa., In 1821, and commenced to study for the ministry in 1846. He came here from Kendalvllle. PrevU ous to that he served eight years as presiding elder. During the war he was called to Louisville, Ky., to preach, and afterwards formed a society there which is to this day in a flourishing condition, and Is known as the Evangelical Christian association. Mr. Fisher will spend his declining years here and will open a confectionery store at the roar of the church, where he would be pleased to sea all his old friends. Rev. Mr. Zechiel will be his successor. CLOTHING! Hats and Furnishings. Our lines for this Spring far excel all pur previous efforts, both in volume and selectipn. We can show you more new Choice Novelties in Clothing, Hats, etc., than any other house in the city. Remember also that we will sell you Spring Goods for less money than any other house. A. C, BRYCE. Tbe Progress ^•^ ^^ Cor. Market and 4th Sts., Logansport. TH MEMORIAL WflR BOOK L ST.)Rr OF THE GREAT BATTLES OF THE CIVIL WAR OS LAND AND SEA. COMPILED HISTORICAL RECORDS, NARRATIVES OF MRS WHO FOUGHT AND FROM PERSONAL OBSERVATION, BI MAJ. GEORGE F. WILLIAMS Special War Correspondent with the Army of the Potomac, the Army of James, the Army of the Shenandoah and the Army of the Cumberland; also Correspondent in the Franco-Mexican War, the ,4u&temala-Nlcaraguan War and the Chili-Peruvian War, etc., etc., etc. the The Old and the New. Changes take place in the medical profession aa In all branches of science. We believe the greatest good will follow that generous offer made by Dr. Greene, ol 35 West 14th Street, Now York, who Invites all persons, far and near, suffering from any form of dis ease, to write to him a description of the complaints, and he will send them, free of charge, a complete explanation of their diseases, with advice how to be cured. Ho gives most careful and explicit attention to all letters and explains each symptom so carefully that you cannot fail to understand exactly what alls you, Dr. Greene is our most successful specialist in curing nervous and chronic diseases. He la the discoverer of that famous medicine, Dr. Greene's Nervura blood and nerve remedy, which is doing such a vast amount of good all over the world. He uses nothing In his practice but harmless vegetable remedies, which can in no manner injure you. This great eysn tern of giving consultation and advice through letter correspondence, free of charge, Is especially important to the poor and those living at a distance from large oltbs, as such consultation and advice were formerly attended by great expense. The doctor i» having wonderful success In treating the elck through letter correspondence, and if you will write him about your disease it will undoubtedly lead to your_cure. Don't Be Deceived. Don't be humbugged! If you want pure Early Ohio seed potatoes without fail, go to J. H. MoMillen, the gard- ner, Bates street, West Side. »»nt lobeeo Spit or Bmok« Tour Lift li the truthful, »tartun« title «t a little took that tell»»U about No-to-bac, the wonderful, astm- The coat BterUni Ind. Co., New railing*. »t the Be« Mirt. THIS IMPERIAL WORK IS ILLUSTRATED BY NEARLY 2 AAA MAGNIFICENT ,UUU ILLUSTRATIONS MAPS, PLANS, DIAGRAMS, ETC. The original war views reproduced in this work are selected from more than 6 000 negatives taken by the Government Photographers, M. B. Brady and Alexander Gardner, during the years 1861, 1862, 18C3, 1864 and 1865. making the Grandest Panorama of the Civil War Ever It will be completed in about thirty weekly parts, each part conilitlng ol 24 quarto pages and containing from 40 to 60 Illustration., printed on the fiBMt coated paper and no expense will be .pared to make It the most lump- tuous and valuable work on the war of the Rebellion. The Journal has eecured the exclusive distribution of thii Bplendld wmr book In this city and now offers It to Journal readers for three coupow an* 10 cent* for each part. " ' Part 1 Ready Friday. April]!?. SM Coupon on Oth page.
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