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Logansport, Indiana
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Sunday, May 13, 1894
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THE DREAM CITY. PART 13 NOW READY. This beautiful number devoted to Fine Arts presents a list of views surpassing any issue which has yet appeared. From the outset the intention has been honestly expressed and the promise confidently given, to make each number superior in every way, if possible, to its predecessors. This has not proven an exception in Number 13 as NO PAINS HAVE BEEN SPARED To procure the finest selections possible for this number. Remember that all back numbers can be procured at this office. As the series is now nearly completed all subscribers should notice that there are no parts missing as this complete series, bound, makes the most attractive World's Fair Book yet issued. A WOMAN'S DUPES. Gullible New Yorkers Are Looking for Mrs. Bradford. THE SERIES : : NEARLY COMPLETED THE MARIE BURROUGHS series of ART PORTFOLIOS of STAGE CELEBRITIES will be complete in two more weeks and it is with a reeling of regret that the subscribers to this magnificent series note that the weekly visits of this entertaining collection of photographs is drawing to a close. The remaining numbers, including Number 12, which is now ready, will be devoted exclusively to photographs of Grand Opera Singers Add will be especially interesting as THIS IS THE ONLY COLLECTION OF THIS CHARACTER PUBLISHED They Tru»t Her with Their Cash to the Amount of About $250,000 —Now She Is Missing. HEIl PLAN. NEW YOUK, May 12.—The Brooklyn police have been asked to search for Mrs. Bradford, who has been misilng from hor homo at No. 658 Bed ford avenue, Willlamsburg, since last Wednesday. She left behind notes for her husband and lawyer, stating- that she was going away forever and was tired of living. Mrs. Bradford is alleged to ha-70 departed after she had swindled a number of her relatives and friends out of many thousands of dollars and secured $8,000 from her husband, Those who loaned 'hor money said she obtained Ife by representing 1 she could secure larjjfe rates of interest for it from public school-teachers, among whom she had a largo acquaintance. No public school-teacher bos been found who borrowed money from Mrs. Bradford. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bradford have lived for eighteen years post at their present residence, one of a row of two- story browns tone houses in that eminently respectable quarter on Bedford street Theirs wag a model domestic establishment, and they had among their friends many of the best people in that part of the city. Mrs. Bradford has been carrying on in that quiet home a business enterprise involving hundreds of thousands of dol* lars, Charles J. Stoll, of Brooklyn, Is said to have loaned Mrs. Bradford §8,000, and he was led to believe that he would receive a large percentage of the profits accruing from the investment. Mr. Bradford said ho tvas entirely ignorant of his wife's acts. He thinks she has committed suicide. It is said that Mrs. Bradford has dressed richly in late years and hai worn the most expensive jewelry. An attempt will be made in the next few days to got at the total loss through her doings. The lowest estimate is $250,000, the highest 1500,000. It la likely that the higher amount is nearer the truth. BITS OF ENFOKMATION. Had Dog, «.30®l,<o; Bye,'B«B»w' WBIAT — Moderately active »nd lover. Cant!. BOJKOWo: May, wjfOSTc; July, 68X0 Conn—Quiot ana onstor. No, 2, «TWo; No. I Yellow, J9c; No. 3, 37o; No. 3 Vollow, Sstfc; May, 3TXo; Juno, STJfo; July, 38tf&883<o; Sep . tembor, aflJiQSOJio. OATS—Fairly active and lowur. Na Z cash, 349iffi!M-Xo; Muy, 34?i;a353£o; Juno, MJiaiUKc: July, 30H®30?»ci Soinoinber, lii^aas&c. Sao* pies in fair donmnd mm lav/or. No. 3, 350 S«!ic; Na 3 -While, 37a37«e; No. 3, 303 Jfltfcj No. 2 Whlto, .Wrasse. Br»—Cash Kyo fair sale, source and firm, hui futurosslow. No. 2onsli, inawHoj sample lota, 48@&lo. Muy delivery, 15aW/4o. BAULKY—Very qulot; .prices stoarty. Choice by sample, §0@53o; fair to good, fl®6So; common, 46®50o, with screenings WT.OOiiilftW per ton. Miss POEK-TriKlInK Ifcht and prices lower. Quotations ranged at 12.17tt<3>12.85for cash TOR. ulan fl£.l«Wa>2.S2i* for May und U2.17WU 12.35 for July. LAUD—Very qulot ami lower. Qnotutloni ranged at 7.<OQ7.«K for ouah; t7.40a7.43^ foi May: I7.05@7.10 for July, and W.02^ia7.07H rot September, Liv» POUI.TIIY—Per pound: Chickens 6ffl 8vio; Turlicya, t>37c; ducks, 8g»»o; Geese, (3.UC ®o.OO per dozen. DnTTKH—Creamery, ftai&Wo; Dairy, va.Ua; Packing Stock, 6@8ftc. LIQUOR* — Distilled spirlta steady 011 th< basis of H.16 per gal for finished goods. OILS—Wisconsin Prime Whlto, 7)40; Watei While, Trie; Mlcliitfiui Prime Wblte, 8)<c; Via, ter White, Do; Indiana Prime White, 8^c: W* tor White, 8«c; Headlight, 175 test, 8Vio; Qua olino, 87deg's, ll'/jo; 74 dog's, 9c; Naphtha, 01 lira* Will Bctembi HU.nt, WASHIHOTON, May 13,— Bepresenta- tive Btons (Pa.) who was tha republican member of the sub-committee to Investigate Judga Jenkins, hat decided not to make a minority report The case, be says, is now pending in the court of appeal*, and will be doeidod by the court before the judiciary committee, as a whole, will have an opportunity to act upon It, He thinks it unnecessary for him to file a minority report. Tragedy In HoitoD. BOSTON, May 12.—Edward Cahill, a coal and wood dealer, attempted to murder James Flood, a hostler, by firing two bullets into his head. Cahill then shot and killed himself. Flood will probably recover. The shooting is thought to be the outcome of a malpractice case two years ago, in which Cahill was mixed up. To liuUd a Milp C«iml. WASHINGTON, May 11.— Senator McMillan (Mich.) gave notice of an amendment to the sundry civil appropriation bill appropriating 8275,000 for a proposed ship canal 21 feet in depth and 800 feet wide in shallows connecting the waters of the groat lakes between Chicago, Duluth and Buffalo. Mr. Oeo, W. Schul* Impure Blood NEW YOKE, May is. WHBAT—No. 3 red opened weak, and oncfl more the low price reached was broken. May CS^a&Cc; July, OOHaoo ll-IOo; September, (Eft «|<M(M8o; December, OSJOMc. Conn—No. 8 weak and lower. July, UXQ 44«o; September, «£>r. OATS—No. 2 dull and weak. May, 38o; July, SOXo; track white State, 42<MOc; track whtu Western, 4*»«c. PBOVJSIONS—Beef—Quiet. Family, SriOOq 18.00; extra mess, ST.5038.50, Pork—Quiot New mops, 118.75(214.00: family, II6.00@15.M; short clear, S14.waiu.00, Lara—Dull Prim« Western a warn, tr.80; nominal. Tor-EDO, O., May li WHEAT—Lower, quiet. No. S cash and May, July, 67-tto; August, IWJic, ConN—Qulet. Na 2 cash and May, SH^c. OATS—Firm. Na 2 mixed, 36o; No. 2 whita, 880. EYI—Steady. Cash, 60o bid. CLOVBiiaiiKD—Quiet. Prime cash, S4.O); Oo tober, 54.75. Thomas Burke, who was 100 years old last Christmas, died at his home in Merritt, Mich. Hugh Reed, a wealthy citizen of Lake Geneva, Wls., was killed by falling through his barn floor. John VV. Hancock, a horse dealer of Kokomis, III, was killed by runaway horses at Owensboro, Ky. P. J. O'Connor was elected president of the National Ancient Order of Hiber- nians at the Omaha meeting. The Bubo Burroughs gang.committed a robbery at Water Valley, Miss., and is being hunted by bloodhounds. Judge Worthington, in the principal circuit court at Peoria, 111., granted tweuty-sevnn decrees of divorce in one day. Financial reverses caused James E. Moore, of St. Paul, Minn., and VY. C. Spelman, of New York, to commit suicide. Cool miners at Elmwood, 111., fear violence at the hands of outside strikers and the sheriff has promised protection. Col. Casper Budd, famous lor break- Ing up the Knights of the Golden Circle in Indiana, died at Crawfordsville, aged 89 years. Formal action has been taken by a representative of the Illinois populists to have the senatorial apportionments of 1898 and 1682 :.tet aside. While suffering from delirium tremens J. M. Payne, a merchant of Chul- anna, Ala., jumped from a window of a hotel at Montgomery and was killed. Isham Eutfcno Byars, convicted at Birmingham, Ala., of murdering his cousin, Eugene Walker, an army officer, has been sentenced to bo hanged June 22. Live Stock. CHICAGO, May 1% Hoas—Market active and Him Prices ad' vanced MtlOc. Sales ranged at M.75O& 15 fot Pigs: t5.OOO5.20 for Unlit: N.90«>5.05 for rough packing: Hi.OiO5.2i for mixed, and I5.10&6.3C for heavy packing and shipping lots. CATTLE—Market rather aotlve and priocn steady. Quotations ranged at (44034.fr) for choice to extra shipping Steers; I3.oo«t85 for good to choice do.: C3.4U3l3.dO for fair to ffood: (11508.00 for common to medium do.; 18.20® 3.1)0 for butcher's Steers; K.SOSjaiO for Stock. er«; fasGjJ.195 for Feeders: (1.9093.40 for Cows: K.was, 80 for Heifers: fiOOa.3.50 for Bulls: 12.7034.00 for Texas Steers, and 42.00]) 4.26 for Veal Calves. Fatal Flam«» at Akron. AKBON, 0., May 13.—The explosion oi" a tank of benzine in the Akron varnish works at 10:45 a. m. set fire to the plant and in an hour it, together with partoi the Akron Chemical Co. plant, was in ruins, Michael Hengler, aged 38, was fatally burned by the explosion and another man is missing. Loss, fOO,000. War nn the Jetv«. VlENWA, May 12.—Serious anti-Jew riots occurred in southeastern Russia toward tho end of April. Many were killed and wounded. Rioters during 1 a fair on April 80 pillaged Hebrew shops and overturned and burned the Hebrew booths. Troops eventually quieted the disturbance. Wreck on tlio Motion. HAMMOND, Ind., May 12.—The Morion passenger train from Louisville was wrecked 3 miles east of here at 9 a. m. Officers of the rood reported that no one was killed, although some of the trainmen were seriously injured. Irishmen In Annual Section. LIVEKPOOL, May 12. —The annual convention of the Irish National League of Great Britain wa« opened here, T. P. O'Connor, M. P..president Oi the league, presiding. There is a full attendance of the leaders of the Irish party. Killed by Fallloic Lumber. ST. Lons, May 12.—While at work in a lumber yard In the southern portion of the city Gerhard Kolb was instantly killed and Adolph Kugler seriously injured by being caught under a mass oi falling lumber. A Cleveland Family Poisoned. CLKVKLAND, 0,, May 12,—The family of August Steffon. at 40C Norwood avenue, has been poisoned by trichinae. One of the children died Thursday night, and four others are not expected to live. Women of Kentucky have arranged for an anti-Breckinridge moss meeting to be held in Leiington on Monday. THE CLIMBING PERCH. Bolts, Pimples, Humor*., Cured by Hood's. Th» following testimonial Irom Mr. Georjp W. Sahttlz, a printer at NcwclMowa, Is of iprcUt I Interest as It bears directly upon the bioofr purifying qualities of Hood'i Sar»aparlll»: . "For about two or three years I wu troubled? with pimples or bolls on my face «nd bod/. Getting Worse and Wcrse * I read about the good Hood's SarsspariU* w*»- dolng and decided to try It Shortly after I commenced taking Hood's Sarsaparlua to my. gnat surprise the eruptions began to disappear. .Now I am tree from them. I had it preYlouf" Umei thought that if I did not rid mr blood. «r . Hood's^Cures this Impurity it might lend to scrofula or i other terrible disease. I cheerfully reoommMA. Hood's Sarsaparilla to all those who need IV blood purifier.'' GEO.W.ScnDLz,KeweU,Io*»> Hood's Plll> aro band nude, ID proportion and appcwanca, Z5c. a box. Thli §peolnun D»d No Ueilutlon In Tmlc. tog the Palm. Tho climbing 1 perch was first noticed by a naturalist over a century ago, one having 1 been caught high up a palm tree, where it had pone, it is said, to obtain tho moisture that might b« found in the crevices, of the leaves. This story was doubted by many, but a perch was found in the tree by M. Awarded 08,000. BBOOKLYN, May 12.—Mrs, Elizabeth Edgecombe, who suod the estate of Millionaire Eokford Webb for 118,000 for services as housekeeper for Mr. Webb from 1880 to 1880, has been awarded a verdiot for 88,830. KILLED A POSTMASTER. Do not miss any of the parts, be obtained at this office. All back numbers PART 12 NOW READY. Terrible Crime of » Printer In a Kan>ai Town. EMPOKIA, Kan., May 12.—Assistant Postmaster Karl Kuhl, of Cottouwood Falls, 2ii miles west of here, was shot and killed by a printer named Rose at 7 o'clock Friday alight. Rose was drunk at the time and it is supposed took offense at Kuhl for some unknown cause. After tho shooting Hose tied to the woods pursued by 100 men armed with guns. If captured he will surely be lynched. STHOJJG Cray, Kan., May 12.—The sheriff, with a force of over 500 men, captured Georg-o Rose, who killed Karl Kuhl at Cotton wood Falls Friday. Bos« refused to throw up his hands when ordered, saying: "I shot that young man; shoot mo." COST TWO LIVES. •JSnglne Works HuraciL. ST. PAUL, Minn., May 12.—The Wftt> rouse engine works at South Park were completely destroyed by fire at U o'clock Friday night, LOB*, $40,000) Insurance, 182,000. Coal Coming from fVal«n. NEwYoBE, May 12. —The «c»rolty oi soft coal at this port has precipiUtad heavy Imports of Welsh bituminous coal. Already thousands of tons are on the way. CUT THIS OUT. MAY 13.18M. MEMORIAL WAR BOOK COUPON. Thru of then eonpoos and tan cent! Main* Uwonrrcnt Dumber of tie Hem- orUI War Boob, U promtcd at Uie Portfolio Onwtnwnt ol Tfce JonnnL COT THIS OCT. CUT THIS OUT. MAY 13,1891. STAGE CELEBRITIES, This Coupon with two others of different datea, and Ten Cent«, Is good for one part, containing twenty portraits, of the Marie Bnrrongh'g irt Fort- folio of Stage Celebrities. THE JOURNAL. Remit of a Premature Dholiarge on Board a British Wanhlp, LONDON, May 12.—While the Britiab warship Galatea was firing 1 a salute tc tho German fleet in the Flrth-of-Forth there occurred a premature discharge of one of the ship's small guns. General Instructor Lawrence's hood was blown off. An assistant gun iU' structor, named Whitehoad, hod on« arm blown off, and ho died a few hours later from loss of blood. Two seamen were slightly hurt. An inquiry as to the cause of the accident is being made. cur VHM OVT THE MARKETS. ttraln, Provtalom, Eto. CHIOAOO, May 13. FLOITB—W»« very dull anil easy. Quotation* ranged M follow!: Winter—PutanU, B.803 s.00; aualRhu, IS.«0@a7»; cluri, ias»a*«; Moondi, ILSdiai.BO; low grades,. ILW^l.Ta unu, ntt^tM: strslrhts, *tXX3 l!, W.TMA10; towmdH. ll.40ftl.Hi KNOWLEDGE Brings comfort and improvement and tends to personal enjoyment when rightly used. The many, who live better than others and enjoy life mole, with less expenditure, by more promptly adapting the world's best products to the needs of physical being, will attest the value to health, of the pure liquid laxative principles embraced in the remedy, Syrup of Figs. Its excellence is duo to its presenting In the form most acceptable and pleasant to the taste, the refreshing and truly beneficial properties of a perfect laxative ; effectually cleansing the system, dispelling colds, headaches and. fevers and permanently curing constipation. It has given satisfaction to millions and met withjthe approval of the medical profession, because it acts on the Kidneys, Liver and Bowels without weakening them and it is perfectly free from every objectionable substance. Syrup of Pigs is for sale by all druggists in 60c and $1 bottles, but it in manufactured by the California Fig Syrnp Co. only, whose name is printed on every package, also the name, Syrup of Figs, THE CLIMBING PEBCH. Daldorf, so the circumstance mfty b« placed among the strange facts of natural history. Unlqn* Village In Alalac. One of the most curious settlements is at McAdam Junction, near the eastern Maine border. Half a dozen old condemned freight cars have been removed from their trucks and are snuggled together in a bizarre village. Families live therein and children play about the doors. The squat little Shantytown makes waiting at that dreary junction even more depressing 1 . Another feature of tho landscape is the Canadian Pacific "bonoyard." Nearly a score of crippled, condemned and partially dismounted locomotives stand about in the field, wholly unprotected from tho elements. Perhaps they are not worth roofing, but it strikes a thrifty soul rather quccrly to sec what represents probably $500,000 of outlay nearly buried in ico and snow and utterly neglected. We American)*. "Who wasthatdistlnguished looking fellow you were just bowing- to, Mabel?" "Thatl Oh, that was one of father's clerk's." "Really! I thought he was a gentleman."—Life. . •roundoff on Uie "Drlny." Is rery far from amuilng, untraveled reader, If so be yon ara one. A rebellion fomented by each mountainous wave that smites the vessel's hull threatens absolutely to dislodge your very vitals from their natural resting place, and » nausea so frightful that it would reconcile you to a term!, nation of your suflavtngs by shipwreck harasses you. Well for you then, or rather before thU crisis, If you are provided with Hosteller's Stomach bitters, a swift remedy for and preventive of the nausea of travelers by tea. or land, nervousness caused by the vibration of the screw or a steamer or the Jarring of a railway train, and an antidote to bowel, llvor and stomachic troubles caused by Impure water snd unaccustomed food The bitters also, counteracts the effeces of fatigue and exposure, and Is a lafeguard against malaria, rheumatism and kidney trouble. Injnrion* Cathartic*. Are you aware that tho use of purging teas are injurious—they dilute the stomach fluids, impair digestion, do not move the secretions or bile—physicians never use them. The beat cathartic is a good pill—but you must, get reliable ones. Rlnehart's are the best—only one for a doee, pleasant in action. For sale by B. F. Keeallng and Keystone drug store. One Way to be Hippy. Is It at ail times to attend to tha comforts of your family. Should any one of them catch a slight cold or cough, prepare yourself and call at' once on Ben Fisher, 321 Fourth street,, sole agent, and get a trial bottle of" Otto's cure, the gremt German remedy, free. We give it away to prove that, we have a eure cure for coughs, colds, asthma, consumption, and all diaeaneo- of tho throat and lungs. Large sizeB* 50 cents. From Sfro to Son. Aa a family medicine Bacon's Celery King for the nerves passes from sire- to son as a legacy. If you have kid*- ney, liver or blood disorder do not. delay, but get a free sample package- of this remedy at once. If you have Indigestion; constipation, headache, rheumatism, etc., this grand speclfio- will cure you. Ben Fisher, 811 Fourth- street, the leading druggist, is sole' agent, and !s distributing samples free to the afflicted. Large packages 50- cente. Chtmberltli't Eye aid Skli Ototmit Is a certain cure for Chronic Son Byes, Granulated Eye Lida, Sore Nipples, Piles, Eczema, Tetter, Sal* Rheum and Scald Head, 26 cents per box. For sale by B. F. Keesllng, A physician inexperienced in nerve troubles may doctor you for the wrong thing. Dr. Wheeler's Vltklizer is mode by * nerve disease specialist who by Bon •coept any substitute il offertd- Flsher. TO HOUSE OWNERS. For putting a horse In a fine healthy condition try Dr. Cady's Condition. Powders. They tone up the system, «ld digestion, cure loaa of appetite relieve. constipation, correct kidney- disorders and destroy worms, giving new life to an old overworked horse. 25 cents per package. For sale by B. F. Keesling, druggist. For Over Fifty Yearn Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup hoc been used for over fifty years by millions of mothers for their children while teething, with perfect success. It soothes the child, softens the gums, allays all pain, cures wind colic, and is the best remedy for diarrhoea. It will relieve the poor little uufferer Immediately. Sold by drugglnte In every part of the world. Twenty-five cents a bottle. Be sure and ask for •Mrs. Wlnelow's Soothing Syrup" and take no other kind. iUtei M California Oreatlr tltAuettt via the FeanarlTanla Umea. The Midwinter Fair at San Francisco and the numerous other attractions In the Wonderland beyond the Rocky mountains can be enjoyed by persons of limited means as the roundtrip rate has Again been materially reduced via Pennsylvania lines. Pa*. sengers can select any of the several- routes from Chicago, and theretuns limit IB ample for a satisfactory eo- journ. For details apply toJ. A Mo- Cullough, ticket agent. Logansport, Ind. If you feel dull and have no «pp« tlte take Blnehart's Liver Pills; 1 a, dose. For sale by B. F. K«esllng an* K«j •tona drug itora. » '-.;:•• «>••.'•-•-;,:.'; '* ; Sl;" \f)i&i ,^.:-y:&$:&fy®'ntfi^Wwi .'Ji'.'.'^tl'rt"'i,*'™flf"»tllrjV*V l AV, J *« 1 it 1 ...l!'J

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