Special Prices on Blouse Waists and Shirt Waists. Ladies Wrappers from 87c. 98c and $1.24. Come and see them. , Golden Rule. PILLING "WHITE. 412 Broadway. Leaders in Fine Footwear. Ladies' good solid Oxfords $ .75 Misses'pat. tip spring heel Shoes - 99 Elegant Prince Alberts only - - 1.48 Cloth-top, pat. tip Oxfords - - 1.25 Dont' fail to see us when you want good cheap shoes. PILLING & WHITE, DAILY JOURNAL. SATURDAY MOKNINU. APRIL 21. Agent lor ColumDia Bicycles 412 Broadway. MINIS PITS. PUS. I AM HEADQUARTERS FOR All Kinds of Paints If you are going to use any Paints COME AND 8BE 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, 1 for my competitors to do. No Matter How Large or Small a Quantity ef Paints You Want Come and See Me I WILL SAVE YOU MONEY. B. F. KEESLING, Fourth St. LOGANSPORT, IND. The Ward Net-line* Toalglit, The Secretaries of the various ward meotingn lonlght arc requested to report tho proceedings to tho Journal a? soon after adjournment as possible. ____ Illlloi- VN. KIiEttor. The jury yesterday morning re- turod a verdict in the case of Hlllar vs. Bigger et al., a suit to change a road in Door Creek township taken to the circuit court on an appeal from tho commissioner's court. The road waa ordered changed and the jury assessed damages as follows: Blller. nothing; Elkins, $20; Mummert, $125; Burrows, $150. Mr. Hlller accepts the situation philosophically. Uriinker'H Carminative Balsam, the great atom, ach and bowel remedy, is still working wonders. For sale by all druggists. ADDITIONAL &OCALB. You should not fail to «-ot prices on spring wraps today at tke Trade Palace. Rev. L. Stokoa of Lafayette will assist the pastor of the A. M. E. church in his quarterly meeting next Sunday. Boll & Bell, at 12th street feed store, bave just received a car load of two- year .old corn, and three car loads of bay, which they will sell at wholesale and retail. For rent, good front room, down stairs, suitable for two, in good loca- Ion on Market street, five minutes walk from court house. Inquire X X Journal office. J, A. Franklin the aged carpenter who has been sick a long time is not much improved in health. Although not confined In bed he cannot leave ho house and Is feeling poorly. His many friends will be grlevod to learn his. A letter to the Journal from J. E. kledary who loft Logansport a few •eeks ago 'or San Francisco states hat ho- Is getting along all right. He ias visited tho midwinter fair and nds San Francisco quite a lively city t this season. He will make his permanent residence at Stockton, Col. A BAD BUNCO HAN. juoftman, (ho Bunco Expert OOKlit From Chicago aud Placed lu J»ll. Pollco Captain Thomas returned yesterday afternoon from Chicago. having in his custody tho man Huffman who is badly wanted here for several bits of buncoing perpetrated upon unsuspecting residents of ths county. The act which brought him first to the notice of tho iaw here waa the swindling ot Frank Gratton, a Pulaski county school toacher who owned a lot in Kennedy's West Side addition. Hoffman represented to GraUon that be was the representative of \V. M. Rink & Son, manufacturers, of Dlxoo, 111. , and authorized to sell the county right of the eale of their present wind mill spring attachment. Grafton was Induced by the wily buncoer to t'ade his lot for the right to sell tho patent in this county. Upon Grafton writing to the manufacturers, he was informed- that Huffman was not only not tholr representative but that he was badly wanted by them for similar frauds practiced in their name. Grafton brought suit in the Circuit Court to eot aside the deed and have his property restored to him upon tho grounds of fraudulent transactions. Grafton, however, is not Huffman's only victim here. The follow hnd succeeded in getting his hooks into several other parties, among whom were Elliott & Wynn. of Lucerne, to whom he sold the patent spring for $75. Another victim Is Luey Cotnor, of Noble township, whom Huffman in duced to buy a patent hog trough for $50' Of course the hog trough of which eo much was expected, wan not delivered, amd Mr. Cotner is out the $60. Another victim is Perry Kess ling, of Tlpton township, who is the authorized agent of a nursery and sells many fruit trees. Huffman persuaded Mr. Kessllng to employ him as a sub-agent to sell fruit trees on commission. He receiv- THE PROGRESS. SPRING CLOTHING! New spring styles. We have the largest and nicest line to select from and can convince you easily that our prices ar\j much the lowest. STRf\W ttflTa. All the riew and nobby styks are here, our showing in Straw Hats cannor b. surpassed buy any other house. And at popular prices. A. C. BHYCE, Cor. Market and 4th Sts., Logansport. TH . MEMORIAL first THE ADVANCE OF MEDICAL AND SURGICAL KNOWLEDGE. The eminent Dr. Niooiii 3enn said recently that there bad been more real progreea made during the last ten years in medicine and surgery than in any otbor branch of human knowledge. This ia particularly shown by the groat use that la now mada of ELECTRICITY ln tb - e cure of disease. By it the treatment of diseases peculiar to women has been revolutionized. It is now employed by all specialists ia these ailments and gives results that aro not equalled by any other method known. It is our main reliance In many other diseases such as Nasal Catarrh, Rheumatism, Nuuralgla and as a nerve tonic it is unequalled. But the apparatus l» expensive and much skill is required in its use. These can only be acquired by the well equipped specialist, but It is one of the means by which be makes his work so certain, positive and satisfactory. We avoid tho useless and often injurious drugging of the system. The LOGANSPORT MEDICAL & SURGICAL INSTITUTE Is the only place nearer than the large cities where these advantages can be obtained. You are invited to call and investigate. Cosuitation free. DRS, CHRISTOPHER & LONGENECKER, 417 MARKET ST, NEWNEOTEAR ed the commission on tho batch he sold, and then upon some plausible pretext secured Mr. Kessling's book and upon the strength of the books collected a considerable sum from various farmers at a liberal discount, and kept tho money. Another victim of his patent spring scheme was Wm. Ent of Clinton township from whom he secured two cows for the country right to sell the attachment. There aro a number of other victims, also, of his patent right scheme... Several of Huffman's victims put their heads together bent on revenge. They accordingly employed Detective Morgan to locate Huffman and last week the detective located the bunco shark at Chicago. Police Captain Thomas went after the follow, who, however, refused to come without a requisition. The captain then took a trip to Indianapolis and securing the proper instrument from the Governor went again after his man. This time the crook demanded a trial up there and thus delayed matters for several days. The captain yesterday, however, got full legal charge of him and brought him here for trial. Huffman's chances for the penitentiary seem good enough. Ho is a crook who is wanted in several States upon similar charges. His home is at Cleveland, 0., although ho is on the wing- most of tho time. He was one of the foremost men in the notorious Uohemian oats swindle some years ago. A UIIWNI..K Indeed. What would this poor weak humanity do wera it not for those strong-, noble, restless spirits ivho are ever searching the caverns of knowledge for thegood of mankind? Dr. Greene, of 35 W. 14th Street, New York, who a few years ago gave to tho world that priceless boon, Dr. Greene's Nervura blood and nerve remedy, has now Introduced another blessing for the sick and suffering. He is the most succes- ful specialist in curing all nervous and ohronlo diseases, and he offers to everyone, far and near, tho opportunity of consulting him, free of charge, through his system of letter correspondence. Write him about your complaint and sand for his symptom blank, and ho will return you an exact explanation of your case with advice, free of charge, and tell you how you can be cured. He gives most careful and explicit, attention to all letters, and his^answer always gives tho sufferer a perfect understanding of tho disease. If you wish te avail yourself of this great physician's skill, write him at once about your disease and you will undoubtedly be cured. The Evolution Of medical agents is gradually relegating the old-time herbs, pills, draughts and vegetable extracts to the rear and bringing into general use the pleasant and effective liquid laxative, Syrup of Figs. To get the true remedy see that it i» manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co. only. For Bale by all leading drug- WfYR BOOK A ST -Rf OR THE GREAT BATTLES OF THE CIVIL WAR OV LAND AND SKA. COMPILED HISTORICAL RECORDS, NARRATIVES OF MEX WHO FOUGHT AND FROM PERSONAL OBSERVATION, Br MAJ. GEORGE F. WILLIAMS. Special War Correspondent with the Army o! the Potomn.-.. iv \rrny of the ,/imes, the Army of the Shonaac!oah aud in.: A.n,; .,:" •.<„: Cumber- JunO; u.i6O Correspondent io. tho Friiuuu-.Mi.:iiiM." '-\ o.r, mu .Tiuitomaia'Nictiraguiin War and iho C-iili-Puruviftn War, etc.. etc., etc. "irrsK*? THIS IMPERIAL WORK IS ILLUSTRATED BY NEARLY 2 r\C\r\ MAGNIFICENT ,UUU ILLUSTRATIONS MAPS, PLANS, DIAGRAMS, ETC. The original war views reproduced in this work aro selected from more than 6,000 negatives taken by the Government Photographer.*, M. B. Brady and Alexander Gardner, during the years 18(51,1862, 1863. JS64 and 1865, making the fadfisl Panorama of Hie Civil War Ever Published It will bo completed in about thirty weekly parts, each part consisting: of 24 quarto pages and containing from 40 to 60 illustrations, printed on the finest coated paper and no expense will be spared to make It the most eamp« tuous and valuable work on the war of the Rebellion. Tha Journal has secured the exclusive distribution of this splendid war book In this city and now offers It to Journal readers for three coupoiw and 10 cents for each part. Part 2 Ready Friday. April 20. See Coupon on 2d page.
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