Cloak and Cape Sale. Having this day bought of a large Cloak Manufacturer their entire.line of Cloaks and Capes, of 468 garments, at 50c oa the dojlar, we will place them on s<ale tomorrow at prices that you will be glad to see. Be on hand early and get first choice, SGHMITT & HEFFLEY PILLING & WHITE, ^Offer you the following bargains for THIS WEEK 75c buys Boys' and Youths' Veal Calf Lace Shoes, s'zea 11 to 2 " This shoe is sold for $1 25 elsewhere. 90c buys the fame shoe in boys 7 sizes 3 to 5£, worth $1 "oO 95c buys Men's Veal Calf Congress. You cannot buy it next week for less than $1 50. 99c buys Ladies' Fine Donpjola Button Shoes. Tins is is our regular $1 50 shoe. $3 47 burs Ladies' Genuine Vici Kid Button Shoes, Wo usually sell tlvs shoe for 82 50 and arc closing them out Do not fail to attend this sale. You can save from 50 to $ 1.00 on every pair yen buy. PILLING & WHITE, 412 Broadway. MR PITS. firs. 1 AM HEADQUARTERSSOR All Kinds of Paints If you are going to use any Paints COME AND BE3 ME I keep the largest and best stock of Paints »nd Painter's Supplies in Indiana, I mike a specialty otf tills line ot goods and am in a shape to sell you anything in the line for less money than- it is possible lor aay-competitors to do. I WILL SAVE YOU MONEY. No Matter How Large oi^mall a Quantity «tf Paints You Want Come arTH See Me B. F. KEESLING, SOS Fourth St. LOGANSPORT, IND. THE ADVANCE OF MEDICAL AND | SURGICAL KNOWLEDGE. I PK The eminent DC. NioolU 3enn said recently that there had baea more real pro^oe* made during the last ton years in modi- <ii.ao and surgery than la any other branch of human knowledge. Tula ia particularly shown by tho great use that id now made o wr wr"TBTPTTV la the cure of disease. By it the treatment of S^S^Juw to women ha* been revolutionized. It IB now employed by all specialists in these alimonta and ffivea results that tire aot equalled by any other mothoc. known. It Is our main reliance ID many other diseases euch as Nasal Catarrh, Rheumatism, Neuralgia and u a nerve tonlo It Is unequalled. But the apparatus U expensive and much skill U required in its use. Tnwe can only lie acquired by tho well equipped specialist, but it is one of the me-ins by which he makes his work so certain, positive and satisfactory. We avoid the useless and often injurious drugging of the system. The LOGANSPORT MEDICAL & SURGICAL INSTITUTE Is the only place newer than the large cities where these advan- Lgea can beI obtained. You are .invited to call and investigate. Coaultation free. DRS. CHRISTOPHER & LONGENECKER, 417 MARKET ST. DAILY JOURNAL FRIDAY MORNING, MAY -1. One hundred and sloven, The candidates elect must take the oath of office by tomorrow night and must file their bonds by Thursday next. Those who have not qualified should do so at once. Harry Newman was uneuccassful in finding; any one to stay his lino for the difliculty bo had with hla bride ihe other night, and is compelled to languish in the body of tho bastlle. Walker Whitoside will present 'Hamlet" at Dolan's next Monday nif,'ht. In Hamlet Mr. Whitosidos appears at his beat and he should be greeted by a large audience. Secure your seats at Patterson's. Tho damage cult of Luey Cotner vs. Silas Morgan, will bu heard in tho Circuit Court today. Some weeks apo whlh the defendant was attempt ing to drive around the plaintifl's buggy on the North pike the buggy collided and the plaintiffs rip got the worst of it, hence the suit. Mr. Cotner wants $350 damages, Mr. John C. Mlllen, one of Miami county's wealthiest farmers and an extensive breeder of fine cattle, and winner of five medals at tho World's Fairs, was in this city last week and purchased of J. C. B itge a fine cabinet Grand Bush & Gerts' piano, with a tians. posing keyboard. A half dozen society ladles of Laporte, who created a groat sensation some weeks ago with a mlnatrol show, are so delighted with their publicity that other feats of mannish methods are being employed. Last Friday four of them exhibited their pedes. trian propensities by walking to the town of Now Carlisle, fifteen miles away. The Laporto Daily Herald, ipeakingof the "girls" after their •eturn, says: • Today they are all in splendid health and spirits, their walk having proved to be very beneficial to them. Tho girls tell us that ,hoy were received by ihe Now Carlisle people very hospitably. That .own's band was preparing to go oat and meet the girls when they arrived in town. Tho girls made the trip in such a short time that they fooled all. At the hotel where they took dinner they paid nothing, as some kind person had already paid all expenses. The girls are quite flattered with the attention they received. The Weather Todays-Clear and warm. HAVE YOUR SHIRTS MADE TO ORDER. LADIES' SHIRT WAISTS MADE TO ORDER. EITHER STRAW OR STIFF, FITTED TO THE HEAD. Wlille»ld«t« Triumph*. Mr. Walkor Whlteslde la said tc have etlrred up quite a curiosity atnonff the lovers of the leglttmati drama The progress of thle young atar, whose brilliancy has grown tc such magnitude in BO short a timo, L almost phenomenal. Indeed, there arc those whoeo familiarity with the brll liant record ol oar former great tra gedlans who can hardly give oredanc' to the marvelous work ha Is given credit for by the ablest critics la many of the loading publications. Prior to two years ago, little, if anything, was known of Mr. Whliealdo, though he has been touring the provinces for some eight years, or in the language of the Thespian, bam-storming, and it was not until Mr. J. M. Hill, tap pened, in an out-of tho-way place to witness ^his performance, that he was granted a city hearing. Recognizing- the great talent and ability in Mr. Whlteside he throw open the doors o the Union Square Theatre to him Without any flourish of trumpets, he made his debut before a metropolitan audience. Moagre as it was he was greeted with a hoart reception. "Hamlet" was the opening bill. The next night and for three weeks thereafter, the audiences were only limited by the capacity of that spacious play bouse. Boston was next.thrown open, where the same signal succea was noted. Baltimore, Philadelphia and Chicago followed, and in all of these cities return engagements were readily given him for the- coming season. His recent engagement in Chicago waa In many respects remarkable. Both artistically and financially it passed all expectations During the run of chose throe weoks, he gave thlrtytwo performances, of which twenty-four were devoted to Hamlet. This waa the most remarkable run of Shake- sperian master piece since the notable one of Edwin Booth in Now York several years ago. The Now Cm C'onipnnT. The adjourned meeting of the directors of the new gas company was held last evening all members present but by a vote of five to four the choice of a president was referred to the Block- holders and a meeting of the stockholders for that purpose was called for Tuesday evening next by the following resolution: Resolved, That the stockholders be requested to meet at the Council Chamber on next Tuesd'Vt May 8th, at 8 p. m., and there recommend to the Board o£ Directors the name of a President and Vice President to be elected by the- Directors. Dr. H. D. Hattery tendered his resignation, as Director, to the stockholders. The books yesterday showed that 270 of the signers had paid their firjt installment, and that the payments were being mado steadily and satisfactorily. Till* I" the Seventh Year. That memorable scourge, the seven year locusts are due this year. The entomologists say the advance guard may be expected during the last days cf May, It will bo In full force about the middle of June and will gradually diminish toward the middle of the following month. No alarm need be occasioned by the coming of these rare visitors. The injury that they cause is mainly confined to their slitting the smaller twiga of trees in rows of borlnga of several inches in extent. The slits are placed at near Intervals, and are covered with pen- ells of fine torn up fibers, which terve as a covering or protection to the eggs, from ten to twenty being depos* ited beneath them. The harm to our fruit trees seldom amounts to more than a moderate ehorteninff-ln of the branches. In nurseries and young orchards trees are occasionally killed by the attack. Loot Out For Him. An exchange says: "A tall fellow with a black mustache and a somber cast of countenance, representing himself as a government agent is ranging through the northern counties, claiming that ho IB on the lookout for counterfeit coin. He calls upon the farmers to display what coin they have in their possession, and he uses some sort of a preparation which turns the silver black when over he examines it. All of this he levies upon as spu- riom, leaving a receipt with the victim which he says will be redeemed at face value by the government." A Ml»<jlilev<m» needle. A bolt of lightning struck the United Brethren church at Oak Grove In Madison county, damaging the pretty little building to a serious extent. The same bolt prostrated Mrs. Wm. Barmon, who was seated In her doorway a ehort distance away, engaged in sewing. It Is supposed, says a vera. clous exchange, that the needle she wasusing attracted the electricity. STJ. C. Bridge has "just sold two extra fine Bush & Gerta pianos In French walnut oases to two of Galveston's most prominent citizens, Mr. Charles F. Thomas and Rufus C. Griffith. Men's Spring Suits. Tlie Choicest and Most Fashionable Fabrics, The Very Latest Styles Its a chance if tho very best merchant tailor in town will make you as pood, and a certainty that we'll furnish jest as good workmanship, just as good material for less than half the price. »Ve can fit any figure, suit any as te. ONE PRICE TO ALL. A. C. BRYCE. Tie Progress Ming Cor. Market and 4th Sis., Logansport. DR. NOTT RUPTURE CURE CO, INDIANAPOLIS. BRANCH OFFICE LOGANSPOKT, IN'D., ST. ELMO BUILDING PERRY WALTMAN, M. 1)., Medical Director. Rupture permanently cured or no pay. Examination Free. "There may be others who advertise the cure of Rupture without accomplishing what they claim, but whatever the Dr. Mott Rapture Curo Corooany assert can be relied upon."—American Tribune, March 23, 1898. ONTO BATTLE! We of today never tire of the tale: of glory in which our fathers figure— tales thirty yeirs old at that We wish that we had been there ourselves. With The Memorial War Book We can be with them in spirit aiid feeling and help fight the bat lea of Urrion and Freedom. The Memorial War Book IS A STOfir OF THE GREAT BATTLES OF THE CIVIL WAR OS LAND AND SEA. COMPILED HISTORICAL RECORDS. NARRATIVES OF ME5T WHO FOUGHT AND FROM PERSONAL OB, SEKVATIOX, BT MAJ. GEORGE F. WILLIAMS AND IS ILLUSTRATED BY NEARLY 2 AAA MAGNIFICENT ,UUU ILLUSTRATIONS V MAPS, PLANS, DIAGRAMS, ETC. It will be completed in about thirty weekly parts, each part consisting of 24 quarto pages and containing from 40 to 60 Illustrations, printed on the flaest ooated paper and no expense will be spared to make It the most sumptuous and valuable work on the war of the Rebellion. The Journal has secured the exclusive distribution of this splendid w.r book In thli city and now offers It to Journal readers for ;three ooupo.1 and 10 centi for each part.
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