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THE VENOMOUS BREATH OF MALARIA. Does not infest the system of those who use Hostctter's Stomach Bitters j as a precaution against it. Nor is it '•less useful ns a remedy \rnere intermittent fever has fully -established itself, in consequence of a neglect of preventive 'mcnstires. It checks -the paroxysms with astonishing certainty, and eradicates this type of disease even in its most Inveterate form. This madlclno Is an especial boon to the emigrant population of the far west, where fevers of a malarial type are particularly revnlent, but the recognition of Its merits is so far from being limited, that it is known nnd appraised at Its true value throughout the length and breadth of America. Travelers by land and sea, miners and sojourncra In unhealthy localities, esteem it highly, and are Its most, constant purchasers, and in many a rural household, far and vride it Is the chosen family specific. Ernest WcstpliiiU, known iis "Hooly- boo," of Laportc. inis fled to avoid arrest on charge of obtaining a suit of clothes by false pretenses. A. H. Brown & Co. arc'the complainants. OLD PEOPLE. Old people who require medicine to regulate the bowels and kidneys will find the true remedy in Electric Bitters. This medicine docs not stimulate and contains no whiskey nor other Intoxicant, but acts as a tonic and alterative. It acts mildly on the stomach and bowels, adding strength "and giving tone to the organs, thereby aiding nature" in the performance of the functions. Electric Bitters is au excellent appetizer and aids digestion. Old People find it just exactly what they need. Price fifty cents and $1.00 per bottle at B. F. Keesling's drug store. While four miners were being lowered into the Columbia mine, in Clay county, the rope broke nnd the cage fell fifty feet. William Irwin was badly hurt, but his companions .escaped material damage. Poison Ivy, Insect bites, bruises, ncalde, burns, are quickly cured -by DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve, the great pile cure.—Jno. M. Johnston. "ROAD HOGS" AND SCORCHERS; To the Editor of the Journal: .;In • 'a recent Reporter % ;p a.pp'ears au article for a bicycle lamp and .bell ordinance, which in the main I believe is correct, but do not believe that such iiu ordinance is paramount iu enfon.'- ing discipline on public highways. There nre several"existing statutes which if enforced, would largely better highway traffic. Wheelmen as a rule luMiere more closely to-the^ rules oil the road tlw.n any other users. "Iver-p tu the right" " meet to the right" "Pass' to thu left" with an eye always open for the "road hog." If a Wheelman Is found on the left, the chances are that the "road hog" or the husky sprinkling cart or the small boy -wltli.the hose is responsible. A •wheelman will pfteu times rim the 'risk of encroaching on the sidewalk rather .than risk his machine, clothes nnd ueck In slimy streets most common about 0 o'clock p. m. Again many streets are dotted with from two to six inches, of fresh gravel over which even scorchers, would be compelled to walk. To these, several eminent courts have granted a reasonable occupancy of that part of the public highway called sidewalks. But to the average rider, the greatest dread of danger Is the speedy, rubber shod horses drawing cushion-tired buggies, arm! the scorcher. There is but little danger of the bicycle running over the horse and his buggy or.upsetting an Ice wagon, and in consequence the rider is ofteA compelled to encroach upon forbidden territory. Vehicles of themselves are not dangerous. In the control of a reasonable use of a sidewalk for Its legitimate purpose, they would in no wise be considered dangerous. A wheel In the hand's of a scorcher or a.horse in the hands of a reckless driver, can whisk around corner* aud down hills and spread devastation and distress. Dangerous men should be suppressed as soon as possible. Bells and lanterns will help. A few examples made of the "road hog" and the scorcher would be of Immense value. Fools make trouble. A BICYCLIST. CK-POISON. O. A. CLICK IS CON •SICK-POISON: What ItTs, am} Where It Conies From. Sick-poison is what makes, you sick, irritates your nerves,. disorders your functions, saps your strength, makes you miserable. Different diseases have different poisons, some have several, Indigestion more than any. That is, the symptoms of Indigestion arc caused by the poisons which are created by undigested food. . When you are sick, try to get rid of your poisou. It is often easier than you think, for all nature Is helping you. Only the poison Is obstinate, but the first step is to go to the root of It. The poisons of undigested food, which cause lethargy, headache, dizziness, weakness, bad tasie, stomachache,- fever, flatulence, nausea, constipation, loss of appetite, jaundice, an- aemia, neuralgia rheumatism, etc., these poisons can be swept away and annihilated by the Shaker Digestive Cordial. Curing the stomach and helping it to digest food, when it Is too weak to do so by itself, w.lll purify your system of poison and renew your strength and health. 'Shaker Digestive Cordial, a pure vegetable, .digestive tonic, made by the Shakers of Mount Lebanon, will cure all disorders caused by the poisons of undigested food when nothing else will give any relief. Sold by druggists. Ten cents for a trial bottle. Write for a book on food. Address The Shakers, 30 Reade Street, New York. O. A. GLICK IS CONVERTED. Mrs. Leroy Plummur, of Goslien, and her guest. Miss Cathcart. of Indianapolis, together with a domestic, were seriously prostrated by some unknown poison which crept Into the food served at breakfast. TWO LIVES SAVED. Mrs. Phoebe Thomas, of Junction City, 111., was told by her doctors she iad consumption and that there was no "hope for her, but two bottles Dr. King's New Discovery completely cared her and she says it saved her life. Mr. Thos. Eggers, 139 Florida St., San Francisco, suffered from a dreadful cold, approaching consumption tried without result everything else then bought one bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery and in' two weeks was cured. He Is naturally thankful. It 'Is such results, of which these are samples, that prove the wonderful efficacy of this medicine In coughs and .colds. Free trial bottles at B. F. Keesling's drug store. Regular size OOe and $1.00. The Rockville Tribune asserts that a plentiful peach season is always accompanied by more.or less diphtheria. Theories of cure may be dtocnMpd at ...Jlengtti by physicians, but the sufferer* - • want quick relief: and One Minute "'Oongb;cnre- v wIliJ,jrlvi»--.U.'tO'tb9ni.. A '•ttile cure for children. It.. IB "the oniy :----"tarmles« remedy that produces Immediate results."—Jno. M. Johnston. John Bonewlte, 'near StearleyviUe, has an apple tree of the June variety on his farm, on which the second crop this year has nearly matured. SONS' OF VETERANS PROSPEROUS. A dispatch from Louisville says: At today's session of the Sons of Veterans Commauder-in-Chief Russell submitted his annual report, showing a satisfactory condition of the order. Despite the hard times n.n Increase of 450. in membership, is reported. Pennsylvania. 'Show's the largest number of recruits Vermont, Maim', South Dakota, Missouri, Michigan, Colorado,Washington. Kansas, ConiKx:tlcut, and West Virginia following In the order named. Thirteen States show a decrease In membership, Ohio heading the list, with COS. Five-eighths of the total decrease-were In the States of. Indiana and Ohio. Commander Russell reports a surplus of *3,G03 agallist'$2,Gr>5 when lie was elected. The remainder of the session was devoted to the reading of j the committee reports. ' The prospect of a lively fight for the conrrnandershlp disappeared tonight when Colonel George Hurlbnt of Illinois who had been assured of the support of Illinois, New York, and Massachusetts, announced his withdrawal. This leaves practically no opposition to the election of Colonel James Rake of Pennsylvania. Boston and Indianapolis nre leading n>tne contest for the next encampment, Denver's chances having been lessened by the distance to that point, and the fact that it is desired to hold the annual gatherings as near as possible 4o the 'center of membership. The camp fire at Phoenix Hill Park this,evening was aai enjoyable affair. INDIANA CATTLE. • The enumerations of cattle in this State, remsirkes tine Indiana Farmer, are made to the. Indiana department of statistics in two classes, viz., n;ilch cows and other cattle. The return to the 'State bureau shows that this year to July 1 there were 4SG,000 cows against 4CS,0-13 tost year, which is also a considerable increase, .considering the times. Indiana is a great grazing State and under more favorable conditions will rapidly Increase its cattle. FOR OVER FIFTY YEARS. Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has 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 wild colic, and Is the best reinedy for diarrhoea. It will relieve the poor little sufferer immediately. Sold by druggists In every part of the world. Twenty-fire cents a bottle. Be sure and ask-for "Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup," and take no other kind. Leader of the Kokomo Poppycock- racy Conies Out forMcKinley Kokomo Tribune: The local allied silver forces are now without u.lender. The Rnssiaville advocate, who has boon pushed to the front by the Howard comity Democracy will survi 1 them no more. He is for McKlnley, honest money nnd protection and chat's reason enough why the other jelluws must get somebody else to make the. .speeches they have advertised for 0. A. Click to make. This afternoon Sir. Click a.ccom.- ixuiicd by 0. S, Martin and J. W. Burros, all of Russiavjlle, walked up to Republican headquarters a.ud the first named cast off his Bryan badge and declared himself for McKiuley and Hobart and (lie Republican ticket all aloug the line. It is well known That 0. A. Glie.k has been the head and front of the local speaking CfaniipaJgu for Bryan 'and Brynnism. He was the principal speaker at. the. recent, county convention of '/the allied silver forces." il? was Hie bright particular star selected by Judge Klrkpnrrick and T. C. Mc- Reyuolds to hold up Howard county's end of the oratory at the Democratic Judicial convention In Tipton, and the Dispatch says he did himself aud the Democratic party proud. He has spoken at several places in this county. At this very moment lie is conspicuously advertised in the Dispatch for a Democratic speech at Alto, one at Kappa, one at another point in Ervin township, and there are others. Owing to circumstances over which the Democratic bosses have no control they will be compelled to send a substitute. This Is a froo, country. Mr. Glick has the same right to change his mind that Seuh.tors Voorhees and Tnrpie had, and they are both shrieking for free silver now. though they both voted against free silver in the Semite in 1S03. Mr. Click will give his reasons for his change of heart over his own name in the near future. A WHALE IN HARNESS; Alaska Man Baa a Sea Monster That Pulla a Boat. Bow the Storekeeper of Fop Off IHimtl • C»Qfflit »Dd Trained l$ulnboy, the Only FUh That Win Ever Tumed Snccrmfully.' In-the North sea lives a whale tnat has no equal fjv'tlie waters of any other ocean, according, to the doubtless veracious yarn Spun by Capt. Black, who is just back from Pop OfC island, Alaska, where he is connected with the customs department ut Sand Point. This whale, whose name, Bulshoy, in the Aleut tongue, .means Big in bone and large of tail, was captured when a calf, in the spring of' 1804. It was then IS months old and about 15 feet long-. It was cor- raled in Pirate's Cnve bay, the entrance to which is not more than 100 feet wide across which u. strong wire net was stretched by John C. Whiley, the storekeeper at the island. Whilcy and his native servant, Efte- ha, made an attempt to feed Bulshoy and were successful. Whiley rigged up n walrus'bladder, to which he attached fix or seven feet of garden hose; four or five pallohs of cow's milk were poured info the walrus bladder bottle and Whiley and Efteha paddled along-side of the pup in n bidarUa, or native canoe. 'By dintof coaxing the Indian persuaded Bulshoy to take to the bottle, and when the men started for the shore the whale followed, and -from that time on was ready to go wherever the boat went. For the next six weeks he was fed twice n dayi until at last the nvirsniii) would come when called from any part of the bay, nnd could be handled with impunity. While the training was goiiyr on Whiley had made a set of harness for his pet, and announced that he was going 1 to drive him to San Francisco. Friday, September 20, 1305, for the first time probably in the history of the world, a four-year-old, 25-foot whaJe was successfully put in harness. When Whiley and Eftaha, after hitching 1 up the new boat-puller, star'ed for the shore, Bulshoy, as usual, started forth* bidarka, nnd in doinjr so made the discovery that everything was not as it ^Nerves just aa sorcJy come from the use of Hood'a SarsnparilU aa does the euro ot scrofula, salt rheum, or-other so-called blood diseases. This is simply because the blood affects the condition of all the bones, muscles and tissues. If it is 1m- pnre it cannot properly sustain these parts. If made pure, rich, red and vitalized by Hood's S»ruparills, It carries health instead of dtoeaae, and repairs the, worn, nervous system as nothing else can do. Thus nervous prostration, hysterin, neuralgia, heart palpitation, are cured by Hood's Sarsaparilla Because It Is the One True Blood Purifier. u -i» mil are the best after-dinner HOOdS PI I IS., pills, aid digestion. 85C, Over one hundred physicians and surgeons attended the meeting of the Upper Maumee Valley Medical association at Wlnana Park, coming from Southern, Michigan, Northern Indiana, and Western Ohio. Dr. G. W. MoCas- key, of Ft. Wayne, was elected president. Many a day's work !« lost by sick headache caused by indigestion' and stomach troubles. DeWItt's ' Little Early Risers are the most effectual pill for overcoming such difficulties.—Jno. U. Johnston. . The'Hebrews have dedicated a new temple at Muncia, Ind., Rabbi Burk- hain, of Indianapolis, officiating. fbe whole system Is drained and undermined by Indolent ulcers and open acres. DeWltrs Witch Haz*>l Salve apeedlly heals them. It IB the bast pile core known.—Tno, M. Johnston. Don't trifle away time when yoo Jiave cholera morhus or diarrhoea. Fight them In the beginning with DeWltt> Colic & Cholera Cure. You don't have to wait for results. They are Instantaneous nnd It leaves the bowels In healthy condition.—Jtsc, M, Johnston. . A.BOS Shoaff, on the railroad track, near Heller's Corners, In Whitley county, was struck by .a passing train and killed. • WATCH THE LAPSES. , '. •Merchants do not always carefully consider the fact that they advertise for the 1 convenience 'of tlielr old customers as well as to secure the patronage of new ones. It Is Just ae necessary to'notify the old patrons of the bargains that may be offered as to offer alluring inducements to the, prospective customer, lest the old be enticed away by a competitor's advertising. In life insurance "lapses" are a serious drain on 'the business and so they are In all other lines. Advertise in. The Journal to hold your old customers nnd secure all the now ones possible. Every advertisement Is worth alirtbat is charged for it, because it docs not connect the store with an Indifferent outsider, but It does connect the man who .wants something, with the man who has that something to sell. It doean .'.matter much wnetber wick headache, biliousness.. Indigestion and constipation are caused by neglect or by ' unavoidable circumstances:' r>p- VFIrt's Little Early Risers'will »ppedlly pure them all.—Jno. M. Johnston. If you have ever seen a little child ID the agony of summer complaint, you can realize the danger of the trouble and appreciate the value of Instantaneous relief always afforded by DeWItt's Oollc A Cholera Cure. For dysentery and diarrhoea It Is a reliable remedy. We could not afford to recommend this M a core unless It were a cnre.—Jno. M. Johncton. • T HE ONLY True Blood Purifier prominently in the public eye today it Hood'i Sarsaparilla. Therefore get Hood's and ONLY HOOD't. Incendiaries set on fire two houses at Georgia, owned by Charles McNabb, nnd standing but ..a few feet apart. The McNabb family Jiad difficulty in avoiding cremation. - The police of Ft. Wayne interfered in time to prevent a ten-round riflll between Johnnie Boll, of Wllradngton, HI., 'and C. 0. Beach, of Ft. -Wayne. Charles D. Wills, of Wlnslow, swallowed morphine for -the narcotic effect, and died before relief could be afforded. /;. Subscribe for The Journal. LETTER CARRIERS. The first business.session of the letter carriers' convention was held Tuesday at Grand Rapids. The 'prp.'i dent reported C85 votes in the convention, .420 delegates actrially present, 118 branches represented by proxy njjd officers with thirty^seven votes. Two contests involving Brooklyn and .Pittsburg .were settled amicably by withdrawal of Brooklyn. Some warmth was shown relative to theVnles, the second-class cities' desiring less power given to "the chairman. John Goodwin, of Branch 15; B. i,: Curtis, of Lynn and-John Parsons of New York, were appointed a committee to draft new rules. At the caucus of second- class delegates'resolution's favoring a tenure-of-office bill, giving security iu position during good behavior, was adopted and W. R. Hasbrouck, of Corry,: Pa., was directed to bring the matter before the general convention, William B. King, of Washington, made an address In relation to claims for overtime. New Orleans presented Grand Rapids with a handsome, standard, In recognition of hospitalities tendered., . A RAW DEAL AT .LOGANSFORT. North Manchester Journal: Base ball has Us-drawbacks, as well as oilier things and the club of this city recently had a little experience at Logausport which Has done much to rub off the polish that is generally supposed to be connected with the business. The club arranged to play a,t Logansport Sun day and Monday find were to recelva their expenses aud half the receipts. As Logansport is a good sized town the boys were not sure that they would be able to coirry homo their share of the proceeds if it was in' silver and they went down, in high- feather. The game Sunday resulted' in a victory for Logansport by a score of C to 3. The gate receipts, however, were only a"bout $14 and on Monday there was not crowd enough: ito justify the clubs In ploying. When It came time to set- tic up it was found that the Logansport manager, on irresponsible individual by name of Guinup, had disappeared with nil the funds and ,hau ordered the boarding house not to give the boys any more meals. About that time a strong sulphurous odor went up around Logaosport and enough profanity was wasted in a few minutes to run ft circus for a year as nearly all the boys had gone down "short," rely^ ing on the proceeds of the game and the promise of the Logansport manager to bear their expenses. The - result of :the matter was that most of the club had to come home via the freight train route. The' Logansport manager being unable .to settle up with the boys acordlng td arrangements took thte plan of getting out of the scrape. It will be a cold/day when a ball club from this place goes to Logansport again. THE GRAPE CROP. Grapes are so plentiful this year that farmers cannot find a market for them. Everybody who owns grape vines say they never hung so full of fruit as they do this season, A number who brought grapes to Flora.- to sell were unsuccessful and elthei: had to take them home : again- or give thorn away. If there are any. who do not get all the grapes they want this year they have no one to blame but themselves, for they can get all they wish for a soug". For the past nine years one gas well has supplied half the residents of Dunkirk. For seven years It has niso furnished fuel for a twelve-pot window glass factory, and for three years ,It has been drawn upon by two f bottle houses.' It still shows a, pressure of 225 pounds. - . . 1 BUCKLEX'S ARNICA SALVE. The Best Salve in the world for cuts, bruises, sores', ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin.eruptions, and.posi- tively cures pllee, or no pay required. It-Is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by B. F. Kees' The body of a man dying of hemor- 'rhage of the lungs was found on the 'Big Four track near Lafayette. In- a' .pocket an empty envelope w;as found,' pn-whlch was written, ."Felix Bolter,; Indianapolis or bust.". .--.:- A CRUISE AROUND THE BAT. should be. Then he reared and plunged at a lively rate, lashing out with his toil until the water boiled in his efforts to free himself. But the harness- held and there was no shake "off to it. x For two whole days Bulshoy bucked and refused . to come at. the call of Whiley or. the Aleut. Hunger, however, brought him .to his bottle, and on : the 'third* day; aa the Indian was out on the.-bay ,in his bidarka, Bulshoy casoe 'meekly along-side 'and' 'begged for. his much-delayed breakfast,, which was given him. ' From thatday on Bulshoy was tr'acta- ble, and Whiley could haul on the guy ropes or reins attached to the harness without the whale standing- on his head nnd disappearing. . ". '•' . October 1, 1395, Whilfy and Efteha took the lonp boat belonging- to the station, arid.attachirig'a towline to the harness band, just in front- of the fore flipper, .befi-un n cruise around the bay. In a isurprisinigly : short time Bulsboy , would'-pull the bout in nny 'direction desired. . . . . May 21 of this year Whilcy and his Aleut took, the net from, the mouth .of the bay, and, according to apreorrangred •programme,; struck out into- the deep water for Oonga island, 10 miles away. This -voyage; the first' of -its -kind 'since the creation of the world, was made without a mishap; They' afterwards made a voyage f fom Pop Off to Karlnk Island, and' from there will drive Bul- shoy south by easy stages. . . It is the intention to stop on the way south at all the summer resorts along the Oregon and California coast, and the novel sea chariot is expected off the Oregon coast very soon, as It was expected to leave Karluk about July 20. : Th« Bicycle Cr»e In EncUnd. The most striking feature of the Somerset -house (England)' returns-of new' 'cote ponies' registered during' the first six monthsof 189C is the greatTUBh' of cycling manufacturers to avail themselves of the. craze lor this pastime among- .the moneyed classes. ., The com* : panics registered connected with this industry have an aggregate capital of . $70,051,374, 'as against $1,330.000 in the first half of 1805. Hutched by • Partridge. . A- partridge was seen . recently at, Four GotM, Tydd, : England, accompanied by a brood of white leghorn chickens. It is believed that the partridge deposited her eggs in the nest which a leghorn hen- had' vacated, and, the eggs of. the hen- hatching, before those ol[ the partridge, this novel occurrence is accounted for. Graham & Morton TRANSPORTATION CO. TWIOB DAILY STEAMERS TO CHICAGO, CONNECTING WITH THE VANDALIA RAIL- WAT AT «T. JOSEPH. Beginning May 25th and continuing . until about Sept. 30tb the steamers ot tW§ line will make two trips each way lally between St Joseph and Chicago, •D the following schedule: • Leave St. Joseph at 430 p. m. an4 10:30 p. m., dally. Including Sunday. Leave Chicago.at 0:30 a. m. and 11:30 p. m., dally, Including Sunday. Extra trlpa on Saturday leave. St. Joseph at 4 a. m., and leave Chicago at 2 p. m. Banning time across lake 4 hours. Trl-weekly steamers to Milwaukee, *avlDg St Joseph Monday, Wednesday ind Friday evenluge. The equipment of this line Incindef ibe aide wheel steamers City of Chicago* tnd City of Milwaukee (the largest and «nest west of Detroit), nnd the newly •ebnllt propeller City of Louisville, «ervlce flrst-claas. Connections with all r.indalia tains. Tickets on sale at all fandalia /Jne stations. Chicago dock f«ot of Wabasb avenue. J. H. GRAHAM, Pres., Benton Harbor, Mich. REV. S. P. KLOTZ, PASTOR U. B. CHURCH. naoeriob, ind., Sept 8,1800. •>o«ln Symp Co.: . . ;. . Dear -Sir:—I. have been- afflicted over twenty years with dyvnepsla or «our itomacb. I have tried different reme* Uea without much 1 benefit Finally I tongbt a 10-cent bottle of Syrup Pep•in arid found that It benefitted me. I un.convinced that'll,will do what It '• recommended -when taken according '••directions. I hav«-talen-ncarty one lottle and feel like a different peraon. 8. P. KLOTZ.. ror aale by B; P. Keeellng. "Boys will be boy«," but yon can't .afford to low any of them. Be ready for the green apple «eaaou by having DeWitt'B Colic & Cholera Cur* in the '•• we.—Jno. M. .Johnaton. -V '~Coin'i>U<mt*d B«UM«.' .. :; A 14-year-old boy" of Blue'Hili; Me., committed sufcidet'by-'placlrigAHe butt of a gun against a.tree, surrounding the' ' ' . barrel iwRli a,'- pile [of .' stones,' -.riinhbig a cord from the trigger around a stake nnd back to, the muzzle, lying down, nnd ,afteT.,!bllnj5folding;j himself pulling the- ''"''"''' ' ' H«r Sftd Old A«* Mrs. Elizabeth Taylor, 88 yeara old, of Richmond, Ind., makes a living by ''taking" In washing." Trade FOK THE <: BtOOO. § . NERVES, | LIVER K T'VCVC »*>•. •;i. , * *-, 4 B. B. B. B. cured •::•:• of "iom- ach Trouble and ParaU c.'.z. 1 ha>I it since the war. J. T. .CA.--L. j Muncie, Ind. ' - ; i 4 B B B B are purely Ttgeinbli*. J Put up in ca - -TUles, sixty in a box. { Thirty days' troatment in a bos." PriceVl per bos, or E:^ for $5. litanufaetured by K. C. 3RAGQ, Connersvllle, Ind. For sale by all druggist*. B. F. ::tr ;*>,'.» )n e«tl) for ill weakened conditions retnrdleti of. •»o§e. H«dtoln« not for full uoQlh'l treatment rii .if-'-anotf-v^: