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PfPl5lP$$$pltP^ vff^lffg: ARETIREDBCSINESSWOUAN. A Page From Her History. Ti\o Important uxnorlfmcos of otlior* nro liitoivsilii 1 -'. The following la no txcoptlon: ••I tiuil iioi-ii troubled witli lionrc <lIseiwo ','i viwis, miii'li of that tlmo very sorlouslv. For livo yi-;u> I wsu treated by ono physician con- tlmiuu.-ly. I was In business, but obliged to rotlm on account of my health. A p!iy- slclun toi'l mv (rluiula that 1 could rot llvo it month. My toot and lluibn v.-ero badly sivol- lun, (iinl I was Itulood In ivscrlourt condition ivticM u u'ontlumnn dlrcctuti my nttftinluii lo Dr. Mile*' Ni".v liua'.-t (Jttro, and eald Hiat MM slstiir. iviis had IKJUII AfUIctocl with Learc (liu- e;iso, li.vl boi-n cured by the remedy, and was wj::iln u >rron;r, hoalthy woman. 1 purchtiM'Cl n bottle of HID Iloart Uuro, unil In less ihnn nn hour after taklnj? tlio first (lose I couJ<l fi-el a decided Impro'oinontln Hioelrcuhn.lon of ny hlixxi. Wiion I hud taken three (limes I couhl move my ankles, eomothlnc I had not dono for UiOiit!is,nud my Jlmbs huu lx:en swoi- lun so loiij. r tliiit they scorned utmost putrlllud. Jlt;foro 1 liad taken otic bpttlo of tho New tk-jirt Cure the awolllns had all none down, mid I w.i- ^o niurh bettor thnt I did my own won<,-»Uii my rucommoiidutlon six others are taking this valuiiblo remedy."—Mrs. Jlorgua, Bull W. Harrison St., Chicago, 111. •Dr. Milts' New Heart Cure, iidlscovoryof nn vniluont Mjeelallst In heart dUcu.su. Issold by alt druirclVr* ori a positive gnarantou.or sent by tho Dr. Mllus Medical Co.,Elkhart. Iiiil.,oB receipt of price, $1 per bottle, six bottles for *5. express prepaid. It la positively free from nil opiate* or daugurouy drugs. To The Eating Public. We are serving? clean, well cooked meals that are appetizinc in themselves. Our place has been renovated, we have attentive and tidy service, ond will endeavor to please all our patrons. We set a good lunch for 15 cents, a full meal for 20 cents, 21 meals for $3.50. We can accouiodate 50 day boarders. We have a well-stocked lunch counter, bake our own pastry and always have a good cup of coffee, call and see us at THE mm a-J() I1BIIAOWAY. MONAHCH8 OF THE 1BENIC WORLD DAILY JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAI' 16. Death From Vaccination. lodUcrlmlcate vaccination at Fort Wayne has caused many ohlldrea to suffer seriously from impure vanclna- tion at thfU place. Monday morning the seven-year-old son of William Maddux, foreman of the New York, Chicago, & St. Louis railway wreck- log gang, died suddenly from blood poisoning, superinduced by vaccination, and there are six other oases where children are dangerously ill from blood poisoning from tho same Oftuae. By the Indiscriminate orders of the Board of Health, children have been vaccinated who were unable to stand the shock, and tome physicians have not used fresh vaccine points and have taken virus from the arms of other children. Patterson for hats, Two girls wanted at Lee Wfth Sing's Laundry on Third street. Wanted— A good girl for general house work 923 Spear street. Have a new hat and cool underwear for the circus.— Patterson, the Haberdasher. For Sale — A frame store building, to be moved frum lot. Apply at 801 Linden avenue. See the great handkerchief sale at lets than 50 cents ou the dollar — bargain counter. — Trade Palace. House for Sale Very Cheap — No. 808 Sycamore street. Inquire of A. DeLong, No. 402 Market street, Acute and ohronlo catarrh; diseases of the throat and ear treated by Dr. J. H. Shultz, 412 Fourth street. Telephone 157. If you feel dull and have no appe" tlte take Rlnehart's Liver Pills; 1 a d >ie. For sale by -B. F. Keesllng and Kejstone drug store. The ladles of the Christian Church will serve dinner and supper today In the I. N. Crawford old stand— Justice block. The best dinner In town for 25 cents. If you are afflcted In any wise and can't get cured, call on Dr. Walter, the specialist Office rooms 2 and 3 Island View Hotel, opposite Pan Han. 41* depot. Tl»e clrcu* Tortay — Twenty-Tlilrd Auunnl Tour or Sell* Brother!*' EuornioUM United Sbowi. r On today the f+~f\ famous S e 1 Is - ''"•"'' ' Brothers will visit Loganeport with their entire rolossal unity of circuses, monster lifty-cngo liienag- erie, Eoyal Roman hippo. drome, huge elevated stages, African aquarium, Australian Aviary, Arabian caravan, spectacular pageants, Trans-Paclfic wild beast exhibit and splendid froo street parade. Admission roductd from 50 to 25 cents for everybody. Had not Adam Fore- paughand P. T. Barnum made their final exits from mortality':; great arena, presumably to manage ''a galaxy of stars'' elsewhere, they would bo forced to accede that Soils Brothers now have essentially ••the Greatest Sbow on Earth," and tho ouly legitimate one of its kind left. A menagerie which includes many rare wild beasts: the only pair of full grown giant hippopotami, worth $100,000, is something to boast of. Other notable features are a most singular hairless horse, a whole Hock of stately ostriches, and the troupo of educ-ted seals and sea lions, and fully 1,000 other novelties. The program of hippodrome races and general per. formances are upon a truly imperial scale and Intro ducos the great, est drivers, ri- dera and athletes of both soxea, Including an astonishing troupo of Berber and Bedouin gym casts. The newly-devised spectacle of the Pilgrimage to Meca will introduce in the arena many rich, striking and jomaatic nov- eltles. _ Park Imbroglio at Terre Hanto. Kussoll B. Harrison, President of the Terre Haute Street Railway Company, and the ministers of the city, representing what is known as the Ministerial Alliance are lock'd in a spirited controversy. The alliance protested against Sunday band music and Sunday carousals at Collett Park, and one of the ministers reported to the alliance that he had been assured by Mr. Harrison that there would be no further ' 'carousals" or ' 'merry-go- rounds." A committee, however, saw fit to publish a stinging card, and then Mr. Harrison sought the public against what he called misrepresentation, and he argued that the public should have the full benefit of a park placed at their disposal by the late Josephus Collett. The Park Commissioners also took a hand, and the controversies were exceedingly spirited. Last Sun day the people visited the park many thousands strong. BRAIN IMPRESSIONS. A Card. EDITOK JOURNAL: The report which is being circulated that 1 am ualng crust or human virus is false, and there la no foundation for it. While the constitutional disturbance is more severe from klne vaccine, it reduces to almost nothing tbe danger of transmitting any disease, and I hava not for more than eighteen years used any other .than klne or non-humanized virus, and have discouraged the use of any other among my patrons. I will add that the majority of the points I have used were from the same source as the only virus that stood the test of tho Health Department of Illinois. I have made this exception to the rule, "Let the reports they say alone," to relieve the fears of the parents of some of the children I have vaoclna. ted. J. H. SHULTZ, M. D., 412 Fourth St. Paid br the T P. A. Indemnity claims paid in the Indiana Division for the months of January, February and March, 1894. JohnR,Courier * 35 71 Robert Murtlund « »5 Chas. Berdan 25 00 Emll Lang « 84 J. MoHull SB 70 BenBlmons >» 71 C.E. Helvie MM BobertCnrroll 1W M Claude C. Wlnkler w. D. Hlller Chai. Birae B, 8. McMillan D, H. Wattn ^ 67 A. F, 8CO« 1»3 03 BobF. Garry 150 W ;. G. Weyher (death claim) 10u 00 •100 Benard, f 100. The leader of this p»pw will bo plowed to learn that there Is at least one dreaded dlseants (hat science Sas been able to cure la all It* nates Mid that ii Catarth, Hall's Catarrh Cure U the onlr posit ITB care Known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional disease, requires a oonitltntlonal treatment. Hall's Catarth Core to taken Internally, acting directly on the blood add muoui surfaces ot the intern, thereby destroying the foundation ot the disease, and glrlng the patient strength by building up the oonitltutlon and aulitlng nature In doing Ita work. The proprle- tonhBTOomaeh faith In It* cuntlw powers, that they otter OUR Hundred Dollars for an? cue tbit It fslb to mirr, Send for lirt of Ustlmontali. iddnu, F. J. CHSNBY4CO.,Tol»do, 0. b9 28 20000 14 25 2ft 00 How Men'* Occnpatlom Affoot the Vtrw Ollfl Syfltem. It is often remarkable tho effect a man's occupation will have on his mind. While in Chicago, on u visit to the World's fair, I culled on ac old friend, a prominent engineer on the Pennsylvania railroad. I had been at the liouso but a short time when my friend arrived homo. lie preeted me cordially, chatting about- old times, for it had been several years sinco we had met. We sveru siuiiiff in the cosy little parlor, iu the corner of which was a comfortable couch. Jt was always the custom of my friend upon arrival homo to remove his coat and lie down a few minutes to rust before dinner. Tin; afternoon in question was no exception. The conversation drifted on the World's fair, and as my baclt -was to the cnnch in the 'position I was sitting, J did not observe thut my friend had dropped off to sleep. I iiotiecd though tlnit hu was rather quiet. The announcement that dinner was ready put a stop to all conversation for ihu time bi'inrr, and I followed with the rest to the dining-room, noticing 1 that the engineer iv;is not behind me. I turned around to speak to him, and there he was sound asleep. "Come, Dave, aren't you hungry? Dinner's ready," said I, but received no answer. I repeated it, but ajrain no answer. His brother-in-law, who happened to hear me, ciirae in from the dininfr-rooin. ''Wluit's the matter? Can't you pet any answer?" he asked. I told him 1 had called, but, coulii pet no reply from the; sleeping Dave. "I puess you don't know how this thing 1 is done," said Fred. "Now watch me." Goin>r over to where Dave was lying lie sanff out: "Give her a ku:k, Dave," which is railroad talk for backing 1 up quick fora coupling. Fred had scarcely uttered the words when up jumped Dave, making- a grab at the imaginary lever. Of course I had to laugh at the unique wu}' tbc5' took to aroiiso him. A few evenings afterward we were all in the yard, the boys all smoking except Dave, who bad gone to sleep, sitting on n bench with the cigar in his mouth. It then occurred to me to mention the way they had aroused him a few evenings before. One of the boys then told me that was the only way he could be made to answer after once petting asleep. Doubting of course the truth of this, I went over to see if I couldn't arouse him by just calling- his name. After trying a half dozen times, Fred says: "Now you just call as loud as you can, "Whistle, Dave, whistle," and upon doing so he again waked up with a start and a grasp for the engine lever.—Boston Traveller, TRAITS OF GAUCHUS. Listen! Back from the moun tain of Discovery and Progref* in the treatment of d's comes the echo, -Curable." ^J^JlggjglJ Nerve Vitalizer is a part of this progress, and rings the echo, "Curable," to every suffers fi'or.i iits, epilepsy, St. Vitus dance, or other nerve disorders, because !; cures all of them as it cured Mrs. Lena Cooper, of 1534 Lorain Stree: ClevsInnJ. Ohio, \vlio s;iys of the Vitalizer: " I b^..;a'i to use it—growing better at once. \vi'nJerfi:l—^'.ik-iiiu; niy nerves and refreshing we The improvement \vaf , ur.til > fee! like anothe; A'r.s. Cooper haj St. Vitus dance from birth. It yielded to no medica old t :i:i-J vv:\s n.^sravatsJ by fits when she became 16 years healthy a;;J happy wil'e. bjnbl \i-lu>. liy aii- alyils or ^flii.-r^-: 1 ;!:. ir.in sli;v.v [Jun t:iis r,-m,;Jy co'jiuins Alorplilue, O^iuin, Coc."i:io, or othor Price.$!.ooa Bottle Free Sample for convincing trial, of druggists, or if not found at dealer* _ . may be obtained by writing us. Enclose sc. (stamps) for postage. If in doubt about your trouble, state your case fully, and the Doctor will Rive free advice. All welcome. Address THE J. VV. BRANT CO., Makers, Albion, Mich. or 43 Dey Street, New York -;» For Sale by Ben Fisher. 311 Fourth St. The Callous Cruelty of tlio Kouehor Element of Soatl) American Society. The love of bloodshed serins inherent, for even boys will draw the facon upon the slightest provocation; and, as the throat and abdomen are the parts which are generally aimed at, the wounds are usually mortal. Murders and homicides cause little or no emotion. The man who respectfully salutes the stranger is more likely than not a hero who has cut many throats. It is believed that upward of one-third of the young Gauchos die a violent death. There can be no doubt but that this disregard for the sanctity of human life is largely due to the constant disturbances which are fatal to the prosperity of the South American republics. The Gauchos are the wretched shuttle-cocks which are bandied about by the battles of rival politicians. The selfish adventurers who may succeed in grasping, for a few brief bloody months, the reins of what passes for power, find among them the rough material for an army. It is a matter of chance to what party the wild horseman may be compulod to attach himself; but, having joined one, he becomes forthwith involved in continual blood feuds which constitute an unending vendetta. The recklessness which tills engenders becomes a second nature that he grows cruel from a sheer love of inflicting pain, or callousness,to the sight of suffering. From his infancy he has used the lasso and bolas, has dragged the agonized animal at a gallop from the terrified herd, laug-hingas ho hamstrung it, and mocking as the coup dc grace was given. His later indifference to the value of human life has been but a step in advance from these. Even his horses fails to kindle one spark of affection in his tinsel-covered breast, while his dogs, though of value for driving 1 cattle, are only tolerated as watch dogs ond scavengers. The lot of a Constantinople pariah dog is enviable with that owned by the Gaucho. As a natural result of the neglect or indifference with which they are treated, they become dangerous strangers, while their combats among thein- •elves are so desperate that man^ are left bleeding or dead upon the ground. —Temple Bar. He t«t Her Fl»r It. "Oh, papa! Can't I play it?" Little Ethel McGoogln's eyes were filled with tears, the childish voice -was pleading. Mr. McGoogln spoke up testily from behind the folds of his paper. "Emphatically, no!" he said; "if the money I have spent on your musical education has only advanced you sufficiently to strum those vulgar jingles, misnamed 'popular,' leave the pianol" Just then the portieres were stirred. "John," said a sweet, low- voice; "I have Just received a letter from mother. She doesn't like it at Brother William's, and she will bo with-na again Tuesday." ••Ethel," said the father, "yon may play that air." And then, marred .by childish dl»- eords, the notes of "And the Cat Cane Back" shuddered through the room,— _Boy L, McCardell, In Puolt THB MARIE BURROUGHS ART PORTFOLIO OF STAGE CELEBRITIES Is now complete in FOURTEEN' PARTS, th« entire series making the most ELEGANT WORK of this character E.VER PUBLISHED. A great many Journal readers have availed themselves of the opportunity to eecure these parts as they caine In from week to week but there are a number of subscribers who have expressed a desire to secure the complete sot without tho coupons. To give all an opportunity to secure this The Journal has decided to distribute the complete set of 14 parts on the following: terme: CUT THIS OUT. Upou presentation of this Coupon nt the DAILY JOUKXAL AllT POKTFOLIO I>EPARTMENT together with SI. 7~t the entire series [Complete in fourteen parts] ot the MARIE BURROUGHS flRT PORTFOLIO Of STAGE CELEBRITIES Will be delivered to you. No extra charge lor sets sent by mail. CUT THIS OUT. This offer does not interfere in the least with the existing offer of each part for 3 coupons and 10 cents, as the coupons will be published for ft sufficient time yet to all who have started on the series to complete their sets, but is intend'ed for those who for various reasons have neglected to save their coupons. Don't fall to secure the set at onee as this offer will only hold good until Saturday, May 26,1894. Hnnduy School Convention A Sunday school convention will bo held at the New Zion M. E. church In Adams township Sunday afternoon and evening May 20th 189-t at 2 p. m. APTF.I1NOOK SKS9IOK. Devotional exercises President What should Christ's followers In Indlaiiii do with the Qu&rtarllen alter they havo been read? J- W. Files R9lii«lon between body and soul , Rev. A, M. Fiiterson of Mexico KVBNINIr SKSSION. Song service conducted by J. B. Rush. AreSMnday school picnics essential to Sabbath school work ?J. Bed ofFulrvleW followed by I. N, Krelder and J. M. Baldwin. What are theeiivlronmenus that keep the children from Sunday school? by J. M. Baldwin of Deeds vllle, Come and be furthered on In the flood work.. G. W. WOLFOPD, V. P Tlio Value of a Friend. CORNELIA, La.—For over six years I WBB greatly troubled with constipation amd biliousness and was often unable to >ork. At the suggestion of a friend I tried Simmons' Liver Regulator and am now free of these troubles.—'iarrlBon Tarleton. Your druggist sells It In powder or liquid. The powder to be taken dry or made Into a tea. _ Don't TobccO Spit or Smoke Tour Life Awty It the trutbfnl, "tnrtlln* title of a little book that tens all sboat No-to-bao, tha wonderfnl. Harmless auliuimntD tobacco habit CUM. The cost 1« trifling, and the man who wants to quit and cmn't; runs no phytloal or financial r In using i^io-to-back." Sold by Ben Fluher. Book at »tore, »r by mall tree. Address, The sterling Btmedr Co., Indiana Mineral Springs, Ind. . If your child 1» weak and sickly, give Rlnehart's Worm Lozenges. For tale by B. F. Keesllng and Keystone drug store. • Dr. Holloway'ioffloe lathe Progreii block, corner 4th and Market streets. Her Baftplclonft. "John," . said young Mrs. Torkins, when her husband reached their home in tlie suburbs, "you have been deceiving me." "Why, what on earth do you mean?" "You said that a little freeze-out was responsible for your being so late in getting home several nights." "Well, I'm sure nothing could be wore frank than that." "John," she repeated impressively, "look me in the eye." John did so. "If you roust tell s falsehood I wish you would invent one that does credit to my intelligence. A little reflection showed roe that my solicitude for your welfare while I pictured your train blockaded by a blizzard was wasted. It has occurred to me that there hasn't been a frost in six weeks."—Washington Star. —A tunnel nearly two miles long, cut through solid granite, has recently been completed at Hagerraan pass, Col. It, pierces the divide of the continent. It cost 11,000,000 and tweuty human lives. 5OO DOZEN Of these Beautifal Waists In Blue, Pink. Lavender, Navy and Black ground. Sizes 22 to 42. Only 5 0 Cents AT THE BUSY BEE HIVE, -09-411 Broadway. 300 SOD 300 SOD 400 400 ThB Intelligence of Bird*. "Bur-rds is intillig-ent," Mrs. Brannigan observed as she encountered her friend Mrs. O'Flaherty. "Ye can tacbe 'era annytln?. Me sister has wan M lives in a clock, an' phln it's toime to tell th' tolme tt comes out an' says 'cuckoo' as many toimes as th' toime is." "Dthot's wonderful!" said Mr*. O'Flaherty. "It is indade," said Mrs. Brannignn. "An' the wondherM par-rt ov It all Is, it's only a wooden bur-rd at dthot!"— Harper's Magazine. —The red mow, which Is found In the Alp*, and in lome parts of the Bocky mountains, owe» Its hue to a microscopic plant ot m bright r«d color. Notice. The first payment on subscription! of stock to the Citizens' Natural GM Company of Lojransport, Ind., la now dun and should be paid at the company's office, corner of Market and Fourth streets. Shares of Etook are twenty-five dollars (|25.00) each (two shares to a fire) to be paid as follow*: April 20,1894 11 W MaySi). ISM 1 00 June 20, 1894 Iffi Julj-20, JSH — , 2 00 AUKUSI20. T.SIH - """ September 20.1S94 _ October 20,1894 November 20,1894 Drcember 20.1S94 January 20,18*5 .. £2600 JOHN GRAY, President. C. W. GRAVES. Secretary. The I'or.r.lc Solved. Perhaps no local disease has puzzled and bafllod the medical profession more than nasal catarrh. While not Immediately fatal it is among- the most nauseous and disgusting Ills flelh is heir »o, and the records show very few or no cases of radical cure of chronic catarth by any of the many modes ot treatment until the Intro* duction of Ely's Cream Balm a few years ago. The success of this preparation has been most gratifying and surprising. No druggist Is without it. To IftdlkuapolU. Special excursion tickets to-Indl. anapolls will be sold from ticket stations on the Pennsylvania lines In Indiana at reduced round trip rate*. as follows: May 21 and 22. account Grand Lodge F. & A. M., of Indiana; good to return until May 24, Inclusive. May 22 and 23, account People's Party Convention; good to return until May 25, Inclusive. For particulars and time of tralni, apply to nearest Pennsylvania line ticket agent. Natures MlgnBle. Pale lips, flashed cheek's—natures signal for worms in children—that the mother may see the danger and provide the remedy. The only known thorough cure ie Rlnehart's Worm Lo2eng68—they remove all kinds of worms and the norm nest. Pleasant to take, need no cathartic and are a safe and certain cure. For sale by B. F. Keesllng and Keystone drug store. Quaker headache oapsuli fire relief In ten minutes. Four "C" Nothing In the whole history of Medicine can compare with the §ae- oess of "FOUR C.' 1 It IB the OHLY KNOWN specific for LA GRIPPE. It removes all Its DRBADBD and EVIL effects, inducing restful, Batumi eleep. ONK DOSE will frequently *»• move Pleurisy pains. Oss DOSB hM time and again relieved a child §of» fering with CROUP. Four "C" hM cured Asthma, Bronchitis, Pncn- monia, and Ulcerated Tonsilltls. In composition It is DIFFERENT, Is UORB POWERFUL and ACTIVE, in f It is as DIFFERENT from any oth« lung remedy as molasses is different from vinegar. It is a REVBIjA^ TION. BEST OF ALL TOU TASK V9 BISK. The BSSKNCB of the contract is. Four "C" MUST GIVE SATISFACTION or money will be refunded * BEN FISHER. , J

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