Will Not PerformMiracles But It Will Cur C» D R. MILES' 1TESTOB AT I VE NEE VINE euros nervous prostration. Not ml- raculousiy, but. scientifically, by fl»t removing the perms of disease, and then supplying healthy nerve food, increasing the appetite, hclpiuR digestion and strength- «nins tho entire system. Desper:ito cases require proionpcd treuiroont as shown by that ot Mrs. M. B. Reed, ot Delta, Iowa, who writes: "As the rcsultot a llglitnlng stroke, tho physicians salcl I had a light stroke of paralysis, my limbs would all draw up. I T»r IVTilpQ* womd have tlirobblngs VI < iUUtO in my chost that seemed T*f£rvill£ uu(!iidur;ibla. For three months I could not sleep and :or three weeks did ,,, prayed for sleep, and telttrmtif relief did not come I would bo dead or insane. I took Dr. Miles' Restorative Xurvino and trie second night slept two hours and (rota that time on my health Improved: slowly at first,, but steadily and surely. I took in all 40 bottles, and I cannot express how grateful I am, Jor I am now perfectly well, and have taken no medicine lor over four months." Dr. Miles' Nervine is sold by druggists on guarantee that first bottlo benefits or money refunded. Book on heart and nerves free. Dr. Miles Medical Co., Klkliart, Ind, SUHMER TOURS . VIA "BIG FOUR" TO THE . HOUNTAINS, LAKES and SEASHORES Solid Vestlbuled Trains With Wagner Sleeping Cars to New York and Boston from Bt, Lou's, Peoria, Indianapolis, Cincinnati, Dayton, Columbus, rla CLEVELAND AND BUFFALO ."The Knickerbocker Special." "The Southwestern Limited." Sis Terminals at the Great Lakes. •hlcago, Benton Harbor, Toledo Detroit. Siindosky, • Cleveland. Tourist Rates In all Directions. E. O. McCormlck, Pass; Traffic Manager. D. B. Martin, i GenL Pass and Ticket Agent Keep Cool by Using THE KELLEY Shower Bath RING Hot Water . , . . Proof Hose |3 Express id, 25c. ' Prevents 'Wetting Head Floor or Walls. Hornless Water Closets 3«nd lor Catalogue , Proof Water Closetn, Belf-Aotlng. Water Closets. Kelly Stop and Waste Cock. THOS. KELLY & BROS., No. 201 Madison Street, Chicago. Greatest Discovery or the 19tti Century. Dr.l Frcst For the Cute ol . Catarrh, Anthm* and nil Pulmonary Disease*, .It bag no equal lor Sick and Nerrom Head- i RCbe, 1,000,000 people die annually from the above named disease*. Wbj mffer nnd die, when Medicated Air Is goarAnteed to care you. Medlcutoil Alr»nd »mg Co., ' • Richmond, JnJ., U.,S. A. KROEQER & STRAIN, Undertakers &Embalmers. 610 BROADWAY. After! dirty Years'Experience I hayo tbe.bflst- >n earth for -ill womUnDCd condition! remrdlean ot tauso. Medinlneii Rent for full month's treatment 'or ope dollar .pontpakd, or addreunfor purbtcularii ° 3. JOHNSON, M.B., BATTIJ! ORBBK, MICH. Why suffer with dyspepsia? Brootne, 860 South 2nd street, Philadelphia, Bay*: "It took only :two mbnthi Jbr Brwillan Balm to cure me ot: dys- p*p»ia with which I *ufiered over 80 years. Now I have no pain or stomach' '• cough and can eat anything. Brazilian Balm beats the world." The iecret'!«' BncUiax Dalzn kills the dyspepsia mi; s ' trote. •.. . - .••••-'"' •' ' ' ; THE RAILROADS Reports in for the Year Show up Well. LOW RATES GRANTED General News of Railroads and Railroad Employes. The reports of 90 per cent. o£ tho railroad companies for tho flsciil year oi«lui? .Tune 30 -iu-e In. :»nd while-they show tliut tho number of inJles oC ni.lliwul truck Increases with each year, the growth o£ the systom has boon comparatively slow of late years. Last year about 3,000 miles of mnlii line were constructed, brlnplu™ tho present mlloase up to 170,1(12 mile*. While it wjvs not cousklereil a fioort year Tor business, -die gross earnings increased over £25,000,000 ami the net enrninjrs over #5,000.00. as shown by the 'advance shoots ol' Poor's Manual. More tons of freight were carried anil a greater mileHge made thim in the prfctHl'iiig yonr. On fhe other hand, fewer passengers wore carried than in the previous year, ;uid p;w.sen£er rind miscftll.-iii-eous earnings were smaller. Poor's Manual shows tlwit fifty-nine trunk line systems operate 01 per eent. of the railways oC the • United States. The result of the year's business constitute a st,ro»;f argument in Cavor of tho wise economy of a single nuuiagiMiu-nt for an extensive system ol' railroads, the large consolidated roads being able to carry both pns-son- ge-rs nnd 1'roi^ht n;t lower rates than can a short individual Hue which maintain .1 corps oC officials. That it is favorable to surety holders fe shown in the fact that the lines which pay dividends under consolidations, last year pa.ld 1.05 per cent., against 1.50 before The consolidations, find 4.SO per cent:., interest on bonds ng.aiast 4.25 per c-eut. us before tho consolidations, and the marked decrease in freight rates shows that tho consolidations have been of benefit to sliippers in the lowering of freight raies. LOWEK HATES GRANTED. Western roads have at la.st agreed to make a'reduced rate for Cougress'.oTia,! conventions during tlie present campaign. They have ropen.tedly refused to make a low rate for these conventions lint have-'finally agree!! that they will nia.ke si. rate of one and one-third fare for the round trip where the rate is Three cents per mile, and one and oue-lifth fare where the rate Is over three cents. The Illinois Central, the Wa.basU and the Alton have entered into an agreement-to make labor rates for parties of live or more traveling on one ticket to points in the south. The rates that have been agreed upon are from Chicago to Mem-pliIs, ?10; Vlcltsburg, ?12; a.nd New Orleans, ¥13. RAILROAD NOTES. Yesterday, the Pennsylvania Com- panyYun -a special from Chicago to At-' lantlc City to accommodate the general passenger agents who desire to go to tho convention of general passenger agents, which convenes at Atlantic City tlii-s week'. 1 ' The Class X' engines which are making smeli • excolleHt records In hauling trains Nos. 5 -and 20, between Columbus and Indianapolis, were built at the shops of tho Pennsylvania company at Ft. Wayne and liave always ranked among the best engines ever built for the Pennsylvania lines. ' IS THERE A DEMOCRATIC PARTY? Inter Oceaoi: Who.are the Democrats? Mr. Bryan refers to the geulle- roou who mot in convention at Indianapolis a.nd nominated Palmer' and Buckner as "men without a. party," and the inon who met at Indianapolis refer to Mr. Bryan and his followers as "jneu without patriotic principles." Bryan claliius to represent the people. Palmer claims to represent the traditions irf the Damoeraptic part}-..- PresI-- aau<t Cleveland, the high priest of the Democratic party, keeps mum and watches his fl&hllne, but Don Lamout, who always knows 'what the President is thinking,, indorses' Palmer and Buckner. -So does David Frauds, the new Secretary of the Interior, though Hoke Sntth has gone back to Georgia to ealt crow a.nd shout for Bryan. When the Democratic administration, and the would-be.Democratic administration are -both' claiming the mantles <»f Jefferson and.'Jackson and the sole right to the name Democracy, it is time to a-sk if there is a' Democratic party. Neither Jefferson nor Jackson believed Jn free trade, nor were they gold or. silver monometallists. They •were both proteatlbalsts and liimotnl- Hsts. "....,.', "• •. .'.; '.M'; The quarrel,among- those wlio e/all themselves Democraits Is one that 'can-not:'.be settled by an appeal to tlie shades of the two great Democratic leaders. They are both mere claimants for a name that has Ceased to mean anything, but hag been used as a label for every spurJous 'arid quack remedy known in polities'.It has been used to support states' .rights, and It has been used to uphold the most-arbitrary Federal power -ever known in 'the history of the Nation; It hns been used to support secession, to uphold free tra.de, ami now it is used by two sols of claimants to support gold monometallism'. The majority, of the people want protection and bimetallism, and they will vote the Republican ticket. KARL GARDNER AT DO LAN'S. Charles A. Gardner, "Karl," the versatile German dialect comedian, who is familiarly known the country over as tire *w-eot singer, will appear in His bea.uUful -comedy, '•FnMierla.nd." It is pronounced by competent critics to be Me. Gardner's most successful venture, and judging from press, opinions and the rei.-i'pU0n accorded the piece elsewhere, there- is a rare treat In' store for our anrase-iueiit seekers. The char.-rc- •l,ers of live play are all strong, and the situations are na-tural possibilities and intensely itvtore-st.ing, and In several instances startling, wiuile the comedy rn lining through the work is sufficiently strong 'to affect t-he pathetic scenes and keep fhe spectators t.lio.rou-ghly .amused. Fatherland is n,o-t a one-part play, as are most of r.he 'pieces in dialect.. The story tells of tlie heroic lo_ve ol.' lOarl ami his devotion :uid seU-sacri- (hv under trying circumstances. It is a piehiresiine ooiiiedy di-a.ma of Tyrolean life, ilntorspersed wlili pretty songs aiud beautiful musk-. Mr. G-ard- iiv.r will sing his new w>r.g for the first rime this season, called "The'Lily," and is dc-sthiod to take tli-e place of "The 'Lilac" "an-d "Apple Blossoms." New scenery and handsome costumes have been provided; also a.n oxcelli'nt dr.im-.atic and singing company \v'l! assist In the production. At tho new Do- Ian. Thursday. September 17th. CLOTHING. CLOTHING. UXCf.E SAM WILL .MAKE HIS OAYN RATES. " '.Tud^e Wellborn of Hie .United States Circuit Court rendered a decision in Los Angeles on Tuesday which Is i" effect tlwit the govornmciit. hns the rigiliit to fix rates for transportation of itroops, or any other government business, Including the mail* over n.ay railroad. It is estimated that 'Hie decision will make a difference of from ?4">,000,000 to $50,000.000 in amounts paid by the government every year for itnmsportation of mails, troops nnd other -t'iniings. The following statement will be read with much Interest: . ."The suit, of which this'decision is •fflw> outcome was brought by the Atlantic. & Pad lie roads, as a test case. A trooper who traveled from Albur- qnorque. New Mexico, to Prescott, Arizona, refused to pay full fare,, nnd tendered the cohduotor Just: hntf the regular price of a ticket. The conductor refused to accept this, and, after transporting.the trooper, the company sued the governmetiit The case was argued liefore'.Tudge Wellborn several months ago. Judge Terry apeared for the Atlantic E Pa'clflc 'and Toscpli H. Cnll for t:he government: 3: H. Horrlu for flic Southern Pacific. It. was not- Intended by the railroads that the decision-should be so far-reaching; but. it appears thait the decision ._ctfeots not only tho railroads•-'which .have-'land grants, but all roads-, and gives'the government the right, -to fls rates- not OJily for 'its own business, but tor all business done by -a-11 railroads, provld- t-he Tates are siich'- that a profit ensues for the .road." - - •' .Tlio raiJroail-alttorheys say no appeal wffl be asked for.-Paeinc Tln-ral 'Press. ?100 JThc readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that .there,-is;,at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to : 'cure In all'Its'stages and that Is! Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only positive'cure now known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional disease, -requires a onstitutional treatniRnt. Hall's Catarrh 'Cure is taken interirally, acting directly upon' the blood and mucous surfaces 'of the system; thereby destroying .the foundation c." the disease' and giving the patient- strength by building up the constitution 1 and assisting nature.in doing its work. • The-proprietors have so muchvfaith. :n Its curative .powers, that, they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it.-fails to cure, fend for list of Testimonials. Address F. .T. CHENEY & CO Toledo, Ohio. • Sold by Druggists, TSc. CHATTANOOGA EXCURSION. Very Low Rates Via Pennsylvania Short-Lines. Exceptional low rate 'round trip tickets to Chattanooga will be sold'via Pennsylvania Lines Thurs_day and Friday, Sept. 17ti> and 18th,"account ; tlie anniversary : of the Battle of Chlcka- mauga. Prom Logansport the excursion rate will be only $10;10 open to Jill. Tickets will be good returning leaving Chattanooga not'later' 1 than Sepi._21st; For particular information,' concerning: time'o'f-trains and other details,'-please npply to 3. 'A'. Mc'Cullough,'Ticket Agent, Lo'gansport, : Iridr ; ' '-•-'"' Lee.Wah Sing has bought back his laundry on Third street arid Invites all tils old customers to call.,' ' ; ' ' We have no old shelf worn goods, but everything new and up to date. Read the following prices: Our $15.00 Suits go for $12,00 Our $12.00 Suits go for $9.0O Our $10.0O Suits go for$ 7.50 Our $8,00 Suits go for $5.50 Our $5.00 Suits go for $3.50 50C FOR CHOICE OF MY STRAW HAT IN THE STORE. 25c choice of any/of our Children's Straw Hats. Boys' Duck Suits one third off, they are bargains. Now is the time to buy a Suit of Clothes, a Hat or Gents Furnishing Gc/ods, and 526 Broadway is the place to save money. These Prices are For Cash Only. JOSEPH G. GRACE & CO, 426 BROADWAY. T P. A^NOTES. Traveling men are in- vlted to sond ltemB ' of Interest to this column. Personal notes will be Z'adly received. Matter =hould reach The Jour- nil office by Friday nlgnt to Insure publication the followlns Sunday. • * * GATHERED FKOM DIFFERENT "COMMERCIAL PAPERS. i A WEEK AGO: • A weeli'ago, When cash was low, I dunned a m«n I'd trusted; • But he bade me wa.it— , The cool Ingrate— Till he got a big bill busted. I called today To get my pay, When he, with check moms-ted. Gave for excuse, : With words profuse. Botli bill and lie wore busted. ; —Ca.iTia.ge' XTonthl'y. i * * * Some narrow minded people find fault at'the traveling men for talking •ivblltlcs. Wo cannot see why a traveling man should not have as much right to discuss tbe'nnanchi.1 question as ,t farmer or any other man. 'If auy one ought to know wh.iit Is good for the welfare of business it. is the travel- ins man; he Is the one that tools the depression of business long before any •"other class of 'rradesihen. 1 » * * • Indlivna division lw.s Issued a book containing the full proceedings of the convention he-Id at Bichmoinl last May. also tlie constitution nud by-laws of both the National and State division, and all the names oC tho members of ,t*e -Indiana division.' It is certainly 'a valuaWe book for every' mcjirbcr of the Indiann,'division. * * * Are you doing your duty towards the T. P. A,'?' 1 Have you furnished any application for membership lately 1 ? I£ 'not, make it your business to'do'so at once. Indiana- division should have a membership of at least 2,000 before the next 'State convention and Post F of 'this city should""at least i furnish 75 'new members towards that number. , '.••'*_*' ' ' 'All T. P. A. members are requested to'be present -.it'the .next regular business meeting of the Post, September 20th at the home 'of Mrs. .T. H. Bette- mier as'the 1 question of changing our present rooms will be under consideration! Tihis is a-very important matter .iincl should be ; fully considered by' every member of the Post, bearing : ns- it docs on the future prosperity as well as tbc "' fly New Goods Are here. C?1I and examine them, before buying, AL. YOUNG, The Practical Pearl Street Tailor. '•• INDIANA STATE FAIR EXCUR- •; '••' _ ' ' ;;; SION ...;.",';" .'. Via' Pennsylvania Lines,! Sept. 14th to 19th—Low'round trip'tickets to IndJ- nnapolis wlli : :be sold via Pennsylvania Lines for'Indiana State'Fair; return, coupons valid'Sept. 20th,'.incluslve. i Subscribe for The Journal, 40 cents a matt.' " . ''.-... ••'" • All Kinds of Drawings Made by BYRON B. GORDON. Draughtsman & Patent Attorney. Spry Block.. Logansport THE WAYSIDE Miny f«ll by the wiyilde through tack of. ttrtagth to continue life's Journey. They nrtd • pure itlmulmt. It will be found In HAND-MADE : SOUR-MA5H ; WHI5KEV R. Cummins & Co. Id process 7 $ 5OLD ONLY BY DRUQOISTS. Eub bottl*bc««tnec«rt)fk*Uof Prof. J. N. Hurty, Chemist. Indl«i«oolls, that It It to pur* medlclnxl wbbkey. A. Kiefer Drug Co., Sola Controllers and DUtributcrt. . INDIANAPOLIS. ( PR6TECT YOUR EYES. The Hlrchberg Optical Co., The well-Known'spasltlisto or Now Tort, Awe *ppointoir D. A. H AUK as sjent lot thslrealobrateJ Spectacles and Eye ' a3ie»,e. ...... , • V, A.-HAUK his complew .assortment »na iiirttM til to satlsfr theinielves of the great »aperlotlty of tties« foods o»»r SBJ nanalMtated, it the stora ot' D. i. HAOK, 8ol« ageat for Log»ilsport lad. ' '
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