sw^i^/^,^7«>s^v7^^ ••• '•'•• •••;•• •••/•;:'.••; LADY You are cordially invited to be present at bur TEA GOWN OPENING MONDAY and TUESDAY. APRIL 16th and 17th. When the Manufacturer's Agent from the leading suit house of America will show his line in our Cloak Parlor. SGHMITT & HEFFLEY 4th and Market Sts. Golden Rule. PILLING WHITE. 412 Broadway. Leaders in Fine Footwear. DAILY JOURNAL TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL 17. 'Ladies' good solid Oxfords Misses' pat. tip spring heel Shoes fcJegant Prince Alberts only Cloth-top, pat, tip Oxfords $.75 ,99 1.48 1.25 Dont' fail to see us -cheap shoes. when you want good PILLING & WHITE, for Columbia Bicycles 412 Broadway. PITS. FIR. 1 AM HEADQUARTERS FOR All Kinds of Paints ~TF you are going to use any Paints COME AND MB. I keep the largest and best stock of Paints «,n<J Painter's Suppliea in Indiana. I mike a specialty •of tkis line ot goods and am ia a shape to sell you any- it is possiblej for ' j hi the line far less money than mv competitors to do. No Matter How Large or Small a Quantity of Paints You Want Come and See Me WILL SAVE YOU MONEY, F. KEESLING, SOS Fourth St. LOGANSPORT, IND. THE ADVANCE OF MEDICAL AND SURGICAL KNOWLEDGE. The eminent Dr. Nloollg 3enn said recently that there had been more real progrees made during the last ten years In medicine and Bitrgory than in any other branch of human knowledge. TnU is particularly shown by the great use that ti now made of ELECTRICITY ln tQe ouro ol disease. By ^ *he treatment of diseases peculiar to women has been revolutionized. It is now employed by all specialist! In these ailments and given results that are not equalled by any other method known. It is our main re« Hance in many other diseases such as Nasal Catarrh, Rheumatism, Neuralgia and as a nerve tonic it is unequalled. But the apparatus [» expensive and much skill ia required in its use. These can only be acquired by the well equipped specialist, but it is one of the oceans by which he makes his work ao certain, positive and satisfactory. We avoid the useless and often injurious drugging of the system. The ' LOGANSPORT MEDICAL & SURGICAL INSTITUTE U the only place nearer than the large cities - where these advantages can be obtained. You are invited to call and investigate. CosultaUoo (roe. DRS. CHRISTOPHER & LONGENECKER, 417 MARKBT ST. Otto sells at 50 centa on the dollar. Price our spring wraps; they are vory cheap,—Trade Palace. This is tbo last week of the Boe Hive's stay on Fourth street. Ladles' capes 98 cents; children's jackets, 75 cents.—Trade Palace. Why pay 50 cents for ties that Otto sells for 18 cents. No exagontion. See window. To tho Trade—liare bargains In wash silks. Such a beautiful lino at the Trade Palace. 1 can't understand how you can pay and $fi for fineit shoes, when Otto sells them for $1.48. See the many bargains now in new goods—late styles. Go with tho crowd to the Trade Palace. Come to the Golden Rule today and see the elegant styles In tea gowns and wrappers only.—Golden Rule. Are you flush, have you got money to throw to the dogsP if you have, pay a hatter $2.50 and ¥3.50 for hats that Otto charges $1 and $1.98. . The very latest Parisian styles in tea gowns, wrappers, neglige gowns, reoiving and house robea, at the Golden Rule today only. The Bee Hire dry goods houee carries the moit wonderful line of spring and summer dress goods ever shown. Prices are wonderfully low. The People's party ia giving its ticket publicity through the advertising columns of the city papers. The ticket will be found in another column of Journal. The Baptist Young People's Union will hold a social In the lecture room of the church on Tueaday evening April 17. A cordial Invitation is extended to all. By wise forethought, the Bee Hive is able to show all the scarcest goods, such as butter color P»int de Venice, Bourslon laces and insertions, moire silks in black and color, silk and lace bowa, new belts, belt and bow buckles, AFTER THE Bltt. Convention Echoei Wbtob JEcko Loudly—Home Strange Tblnc*— Why «he Thn«nc» of the Which 1 A careful and dispassionate examination of the democratic primaries and conventions shows that Councilmen Peters, Drompp and Beam. Water Works Trustee McAllister, and Mayor Read were not according to size in true democracy and they were knocked out. Treasurer Hoffman was the only man up to democratic requirements and he was renomlnated. Thia raises a serious question as to what true democracy ia. Peters ant Beam and Drompp seemed to vote al right and for the best interests of the people. Trustee McAllster was a fair and able member of tho board and seam to be unobjectionable. He was ndorsed by both parties before and was certainly satisfactory to therepub. leans. He was a fair i and efficient. Citizens without regard to party approved of his course. Mayor Road was gen- lomanly and obliging. He was stubbornly partisan. He was a democrat. lut he was not uneatiefactory. None of these gentlemen ever took holKeeley cure. Is that the trouble with their democracy? Has ii corao to pass that no democrat is a pure gold democrat until ho has pure #old in his viens? But possibly this is tho wrong tack. Those gentlemen have not loaned thu public funds entrusted to them to their friends. Possibly they have the public funds in cash instead of worthless collaterals. The Journal does not know. It is glad to know what simon puro democracy is. It is glad too see democracy pick out tho gold from the dross. Read and McAlister, Beam and Peters and Drompp are dross. They are no good. They are chumps and worthless citizens. Hoffman is the representative of real democracy, selected from the entire lot as the only man worthy pf renom- ination. Scandalous isn't HP Public funds confessedly misappropriated, loaned to the brewery and to bondsman, contrary to law—indorsed by democracy, all other candidates defeated for renomlnation. Scandalous is no name for it. It the democrats of Logansport indorse such work aa this the party should be eternally damned. If the republican ticket is not indorsed by at least one thousand democrats the city will be disgraced in the eyes of the whole world and democracy CLOTHING! 1 Hats and Furnishings. i Our lines for this Spring far excel all our previous efforts, both in volume and selection. 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. Toe Progress Cor. Market and 4th Sts., Logansport. THE MEMORIAL WAR BOOK ST >RY OF THE GREAT BATTLES OF THE CIVIL WAR O5f LAND AND SEA. COMPILED HISTORICAL RECORDS, NARRATIVES OF MES WHO FOUGHT AN0 FROM PERSONAL OB- SERVAT1ON. BT MAJ. GEORGE F. WILLIAMS Special War Correspondent with the Army ot the Potomac, the Army of James, the Army of the Shenandoah and the Army of ttio Cumberland; also Correspondent In the Fraico-Mexican War, the iTuatemala-Nicaraguan War and the Chill-Peruvian War, etc.. etc., etc. the will be doubly disgraced. moire and satin ribbons in black and colors From No. 1 to 60. Police Captain Thomas went to Indianapolis yesterday to secure requisition papers for the arrest of George Hoffman, the bunko artist who is held at Chicago awaiting a requisition to be brought here for having defrauded a Pulaski county school teacher out of a house and lot on the West Side. The Weather Today—Clear and warm. HAVE A NEW : HAT : HAVE A NEW : SHIRT : HAVE A NEW : NECKTIE : WE HAVE ALL THE NEW STYLES IN Men's Fornisliing Gds Genie L»«K In Trouble. From the Cincinnati papers it is seen that Eugenia Lang, formerly of thla city, daughtar of GUI Lang, a former Loganaport merchant, kad created a sensation by posing in the Queen City in a double role. As a representative of the demi-monde, under the name of Kittle Edgar, aho succeeded in extracting $800 from a man in a house of Ill-repute, but was traced to her home In a more fashionable quarter of tho city and was arrested. The evidence against her is said to be direct. The Pharoa opens the campaign with its usual untruthful statements. Everybody knows the Pharos and a reply is no longer necessary. It says among other things that "Ed Barnett, who held down a fat job in the poat- offioe for tho last four years was nominated for treasurer," Ed Barnett is running for treasurer against George Hoffman who has held down as fat a job in the treasurer's office for three years. Nobody ever heard of Barnett loaning letters which came officially in his possession to personal friends. I funds? How about tho city Tlio Order of tbe World. Another fraternity order was Instituted in Logansport Friday night. This is tho Order of the World and starts out with a membership of twenty-fire. It is officered aa'follows: • President—Perry Wilson. Vice Pros.—Mra. Cord. Sec.—Harry Troutman. Treas.—J. Shaffer. Chaplain—Mrs, A. J. Orwin. Marshal—Geo W. Martin. Guard- Ollie White. Sentinel—T. Kale. Past Pros—J. B. Orwin, JHuonle Notice. Orient Lodge No. 272 F. and A. M. holds a special meeting tonight. Tbe second degree will be conferred on two candidates. A good attendance is regpeotfuully asked to this meeting. All Masons In the city are fraternally Invited. By order of R. B. WHITSETT, W. M. S. B. KICHABDSON,' aeo. We have at last got a standard for true democracy. Read, McAllister, Beam, Peters and Drompp are no good. Hoffman is the true representative of democracy. The rest are ,'turned down. Hoffman lirenomlnat- ' ed. THIS IMPERIAL WORK IS ILLUSTRATED BY NEARLY 2 AAA MAGNIFICENT ,UUU ILLUSTRATIONS MAPS, PLANS, DIAGRAMS, ETC. The original war viewa reproduced in this work are selected from more than 6,000 negatives taken by the Government Photographers, M. B. Bradj and Alexander Gardner, during the years 1861, 1862, 18C3, 1864 and 1865. making the fades! Panorama of ilie CM War Ever It will be completed in about thirty weekly parts, eaoh part coniUtlng of 24 quarto pages and containing from 40 to 60 Illustration*, printed OB the finest coated paper and no expense will be »pared to make it the most sump. tuous and valuable work on the war of the Rebellion. The Journal has secured the exclusive di.trlbutlon of this splendid war book In thlB city and now offers it to Journal readers for three coupon and 10 oenU for eaoh part Part 1 Ready Friday April 17. See Ooupt m on othfpage.
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