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JAM'S Sold and Warranted by GROCERS. Discovery of great value for th cure of Dyspepsia, Ulcers, Neuralgia Worms, Nervousness. Constipation Rheumatism, Salt Rheum, Sick Head ache, Scrofula, Kidney Complaint Canker, Piles, Catarrh, Female General Debility. This remedy is for sale by the fol lovving grocers in the county- B. C. D. Read, Logunsport. Wm. M. Kreider & Sons, J. J. Rothemel, " F. M. Spraker & Co., C. M. Personate, " ^National Union Co., " J. & M. Sellers, C. S. Green &Co., I. G. Wilson, Horstman & Boerger, '' W. J. Parker, John Meehac, " T. P. Swigart, N. A. Thomas, " Gco. Moriarty. " F. W. Kline, Maurcr & Schilling, Hiram Harvey & Son, Royal Center. N. E. Day, J. H. Phillapa, Galveston. Every bottle waranted cure or benefit or the money returifed. IV. E. WINCHESTER, Gen. Agt. for Ind. and III AGENTS The Most Elegant line of Baby Carriages In the city. All New Styles and at Lowest Prices At J. W. Henderson & Sons. 320 Fourth Street. TRY EEL RIVER CATARRH CURE. It is sold on a positive guarantee if not cured or greatly benefited, money refucJcd. It will stop the worst form of Headache in li^'e minutes. For sale by B. F. KEESLING. Wholesale and Retail Druggist. Logansport, Ind. Morning Noon Night! Good all the time. It removes, the languor of morning, sus-1 tains the energies o-rnoon, lulls ] the -weariness of night. Rootj Beer! 1 delicious, sparkling, appetizing. Don't be deceived if a dealer.for the sike ' of larger profit, tells you jome^other kind ' is "just as good "—'tis false. No imitation ( is as good as the genuine HIRES'. Makes an every-day convenience of an old-time luxury. Pure and wholesome. Prepared with scrupulous care. Highest award at all Pure Food Expositions. Each package makes two large pies. Avoid imitations—and insist on having the NONE SUCH brand. MERRELL & SOULE, Syracuse, N. Y. Logansporc, Ind., Sept. 8,1S92. This Is to certify that the Agricultural Insnr- ancw Company of New York, S. H. Closson, Agent, hu.3 paid my loss in full and to my entire satisfaction and I recommend this Co. to all my friends. P. F. DUNN. RUPTURE CURED! (NEW TREATMENT.) I am prepared to manufacture supports to salt an? case of rupture which can be presented to me, and will gnarutee a perfectly flttlug support, and cure of any case without pain, ot detention from business. Consultation free. Call on ot address J, W. BALLAED, M. D. Corner 4th and Market Street, Logansport, Ind DAILY JOURNAL. TUESDAY MORNING, SEPT. 27 DR. E. M. HATCH, P Iiysician and Surgeon. McCaffrey Block, Broadway, cornej Sixth Street Plank & Condon. 523 Broadway Dtmers tn Gasoline, Lnbri»tin« oU. Coal oil and ill kinds of ell, also Ga*ol!r«»«ul other Unds OittOTM. Gentlemanly Women. Women have been Billingsgate fish- women, and plowed with a cow as a yoke-fellow, and there was no talk about there "usurping- the place of men," writes Mrs. Layman Abbot* in ler popular department, "Just Among 1 Ourselves" in the October Ladies' EEorne Journal. They were so like the Bill ings gate man and the donkey that the world was not stirred to save ,hem from being uasexed. If the : modern maiden," with an inheritance of refinement and education, and with possibilities far beyond those which the gentle maiden of a lundred years ago, trained to stand traight by being strapped to "back boards." and to converse sweetly by >racticing "prime" and "prism," and .0 make rose conserves and fine lace, could by the wildest stretch of imagination conceive—if, I say, this young voman is going to become a swagger- ng fop, or a bluff boor, she is tbrow- ng away her birthright for a mess of garbage. Girls, I beg of you, mothers, I implore you to keep acred every gentle grace of womanhood. It is your right. Do not let a false social standard, or a liscouraged heart wrest it from you. f you have leisure, and live in a city, leware how you sink below the manners of a gentleman' while you array yourself in the garb of one. The ountry girl is quite as much in dan- er. She may be "loud" in her fash- ons and in her conduct, and I know of no place where there is more painful exhibition of unwomanliness on x the part of young girls than on village streets. A girl who from babyhood is nurtured in, the spirit of a noble graciousness, though she live' in the humblest cottage, will be a lady always. Notice to Cotitruo tors. Contractors are hereby notified that bids will be received at the office of the Clerk of the City of Logansport, Ind., up to and including October 18th, 1892, for the improvement of the unfinished portion of Spencer stree';, from Seventh street to Eighth street. Tho improvement consists of grading- and graveling and paving the sidewalks with cement between said points. Work to be done according to stakes set by City Civil Engineer, and specifications on file in said engineers' office,. ALBERT SWADEXER, City Clerk. List of Advertised Letters Remaining In the postoffice at Logansport lor tie-week endlng;Sept. 26,1832. GESTS. Carlman, Jacob Davis. Geo. H. Gooter, T. TJ. LADIES. Flowers, IfoUle lUss Small, Stella Miss Strouse, Era Miss Tracy. V. A, Mrs Wheeler, Ella Miss Persons calling for these letters please say advertised. D. TV. TOMLIXSON, P. 1L i>eafncss Cannot be Cured by local applications, as taey cannot reach the diseased portion o£ the ear. There Is only one way to cure deafness, and that Is by constitutional remedies. Deafness Is caused by an Inflamed condition of the inueous lining of the Eus- tachlan Tube. When this tube is inflamed yon nave a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, and when it is entirely closed. Deaf ness is the result, and unless the inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition, hearing will be destroyed forever; nine cases out of ten are caused by catarrh, which is nothing bat an inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces. We will give One Hundred Dollars for any cass of Deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars; free. F. J. CHESET & CO., Toledo, 0. For Sale Cheap. Two Jersey cows, 1 and 2, years old, Jersey bull, one family horse and one surrey. Inquire of M. J. Green, three miles east of city, or at the office of John G. Meek, 220 Fourth street The Finest of All—Haverly'8 Mastodon 3HnstreI«. Haverly's Mastodon Minstrels, fresh fr;om a triumphal six months run at Haverly's casino, Chicago where they have given over 300 consecutive performances to packed houses, will appear at TJolan's opera house Friday Sept. 30. It can be said that under Mr. Haverly's management have been all the prominent minstrel men who flourished during the last twenty-five years. They are all graduates of the Haverly school, and in the present organization are many of the very best and well known, comedians in minstrelsy. "Billy" Rice. E.M. Hall. F. M. Kayne, Harry Constantine.Chas. Sully, A. M. Thatcher, Fred Baudell, Boa-art and O'Brien and 30 other famous artists, comprise the present Haverly's Mastodon Minstrels, the premier minstrel company of the world. A refinement of work, a total elimination of everything coarse or even suggestive, a strict attention to detail,-and the engagement of the very best talent obtainable, are the marked features of Mr. Haverly's phenomenal success. Plenty of music, harmless fun and clever characterization, humorious sayings, spontaneous jest that springs from good nature and a sunny disposition," are features that abound in Haverly's famous Mastodon Minstrels. The press and public of Chicago and the entire world are enthusiastic in their praise of this renowned organization. A novel feature is the absence of the time-worn street parade, which is replaced by a grand free open air band concert at 4 o'clock in the afternoon; in connection with the great Kissell miraculous military musket drills. The concert will be in front of the opera house. The Case of Mrs. No doubt most of our readers will remember tne case of Mrs. J.A. Larsb, of Remington, Jasper county, who mysteriously disappeared at Chicago last December, while on her way to a train, and whose frantic husband made things lively for a while in police circles in the wicked city, searching for a clew. Concerning this case'the Remington Press of last week has this mysterious item. "We understand that Mrs. J. A. Larsh, who disap peared so mysteriously while in Chicago last December.-and who was thought to be dead, has been seen in Chicago during the past few weeks by a party who knew her. She said that she had good reasons for leaving' as she did. and also said she would never return to Remington again. She has been in the West all of the time since leaving here. This is all we know about the matter. There has been several rumors afloat during the week, but as to whether tharo is any foundation for them is more than we can say." Mrs. Larsh has acquaintances in this city, to whom this will be news indeed. Col. DoHart'x Tronsers. The Crawfordsville Journal is disposed to poke fun, in a friendly way, at Colonel DeHart. Commenting on the suggestion that the Colonel be appointed commander of the Soldiers' Home to be established at Lafayette, that paper says: "There is but one objection to be urged to Col. DeHart's election. The bright blue uuiform glittering with gold lace and brass buttons would be entirely too modest and retiring for Colonel DeHart to habilitate himself. He is an emphatic dresser, and without his 'penitentiary pants' life for him would he a barren waste. He would soon droop away and die like the disappointed girl in the sentimental novel." A KARE AND NOTABLE PRIZS3 CONTEST. Who flrst plnccd Ms signature on tho Declaration of Independence 1 The. H'nr:i6 Jewel will give tin elegant Chicken. :up puvc--oncd, upright piano to the first person an?wai-lng the above question correctly: tTO first-class round-trip railroad tickets to Chicago and return and admission tickets for two to World's Fair crrounds to witness dedication of buildings Ostober21,1S92, for each of next two correct answers: a sold decorated China dinner set for the fourth correct siywer. An additional special prize, a beautiful pair of pold and pearl opera glasses, will be given for the first correct answer from each state. Each person answering 1 must send fifteen two-coot stamps for 6 mos. subscription to Tho Borne Jewel, tho illustrated family papa: containing particulars of our prize^competi tion for a free trip to California or Florida. The object of offering these prizes is to increase the circulation of this excellent family paper. Send to-day and you may secure s. costly prize. Names of all prize-winners {•• October number. Write plainly name, pos; office, egress office, county and state. A*" dress The Some Jewel, Suite 601, Manhsf-'v. Bldfe-., Chicago, HI. Pensions. Prompt attention given all claims for pension, increase of pension, bounty or any other war claims. Patent solicitors and general U. S. claim agents—20 years experience. Address or call. BAKKO:.' & WALTERS, Johnson Block. | St. Louis Fair, October 3d to Sth. For this occasion the Wabash Railroad has named rate of §8.25 for round trip; tickets to be sold October 2d, 3d and 4th, good going date of sale only. Good returning- not later than October 8th. •C. G. XawELL, Agent Notice 10 Contractors Contractors are hereby notified that bids will be received up to and including October 4, 1892, at the office of the City Clerk, Lognnsport, Ind., for the following, to-wit: (1.) For the improvement of the unimproved portion of Ninth street, from Race to Spencer street, (with certain, exemptions) by grading and paving the sidewalks. (2.) For the improvement of State street, from Wilkinson street west, throughout its entire length by grading the streets and sidewalks. (3.) For ihe improvement of the north side of Lytle street, by paving the same with cement walks from Ninth to Evving streets (4.) For the improvement • of the unimproved portion of Chippewa street, from Sycairore street to Pontiac street, by grading the streets and sidewalks. (5.) For the improvement of Wilkinson street, from Milbourr. avenue south to State street, by grading and graveling the streets and sidewalks. (6.) For the improvement of Burlington avenue, from the bridge at the Wabash river to the center line of Clay street, by grading tbe streets and sidewalks. (7.) For the improvcmentof Toledo street, from Ewing to 13th street, by paving the same with cement walks, (8.) For the improvement of the unimproved portion of 12th street, from High to Toledo streets (with certain exemptions.) by grading and paving the sidewalks. (9.) For the improvement of the unimproved portion of 10th street, from High to Spear streets, by grading and paving the sidewalks. All of the foregoing to be dons according to specifications on file in the office of the City Civil Engineer. Seperate bids to be made for each street. The Common Council reserves the right to reject any and all bids. ALBERT SWADENER. City Clerk. A Common Seuao Rcniedy. In the matter of curatives what you want is something that will do Its work while you continue to do yours—a remedy that will £lve you no Inconvenience nor Interfere with your business. Such a remedy Is ALLCOOK'S Poitous PLASTER'S. These plasters are not an experiment; they Dave been In use tor over thirty years, and their value has been attested by the highest medical authorities, as well as by testimonials from them who have used them. They require no change of diet and are not affected by wet or cold. Their action does not Interfere with labor or business; jou can toll and yet bs cured while hard at work. They are so pure that the youngest, the oldest, the most delicate person ol either sex can use them with great benefit. Beware of. Imitations, and do not be deceived by misrepresentations. Ask for AtLCOCK'sand let no solicitation or explanation Induce you to accept a substitute. A, Recommendation from Illinois. WILMINGTON, 111., April 11, '91. I would say that I can, recommend Chamberlain's remedies as a number one set of family medicines such as every homes hould be provided with. You can rely upon, their being as near what they are recommended as aay medicine sold in this part of the country. Especially would I recommend Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy as having no equal for cholera morbus, colic or diarrhoea. Having used these medicines myself and sold them for several years, I know their value and have no hesitancy in recommending them: LETI B. DELL. For sale by B. F. Keesling and J. L. Hanson. A Traveling; Mau>/« Experience wltli Dlarrhcca. I am a traveling maa and have been afflicted with what is called chronic diarrhoea for some ten years. Last fall I was in Western Pennsylvania, and accidentally was introduced to Chamberlan's Colic, Cholera and Dia- arrhcea Remedy. I ventured to make a, trial and was wonderfully relieved. I would like now to introduced it among my friends.—H. M. Lewis, 24 Freeman street, Cleveland, Ohio. For sale by B. F. Keesling and J. L. Hanson. _ . Pronounced Ho[>ele«*, Vet Saved. Form a letter written by Mrs. Ada E. Hurd, of Groton, S. D., we quote: "Was taken with a bad cold, which settled ou my lungs, cough set in and finally terminated in consu aption. Four doctors gave me up, saying I could live but a short time. I gave mysslf up to my Saviour determined if I could not stay with my friends on earth, I would meet my absent ones above. My husband was advisecf to get Dr. King's New Discovery for consumption, coughs and colds. I gave it a trial, took in all, eight bottles; it has cured me, and thank God I am cow a. well and hearty woman." Trial bottles free at B. F. Keesling's drugstore, regular size, 50c. and £1- For Orer Fifty Years. AN OLD AND WELL-TEEED RESTEDT.— Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has. been used for over fifty years by mil- Lions of mothers for their children while teething, with perfect success . It soothes the child softens the gams, illaysali paic cures ,-wind colic, and is the best remedy for diarrhoea. Is pleasant to the taste. Sold by druggists in every part of the world Twenty-five cents a bottle. Its value is incalculable. Be sure and ask fo-- Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup, and take no other kind. ^^i-V^S N FsrAs- i^o F^f.r-^4 /p$ Is |L1;~.-,./ "-. ; - •--"•-;••; ti £$ p N Ripans Tabules care dyspepsia. Kit' -•! s|~^ ^^ iKis!i EpuKrioN AND IPlS OUU*L.bb TO ITS OWN-. ^™r-~/.-O~ /5^PpfTC -^EssC^s? / k Ln-i i O o IT io PURE, UNADULTERATEaANDK3R- RAPiD CLEANSING POWER HASNOCQVAL IT is INVALUABLE. IN KITCHEN & LAUNDRY: SOLD BY ALL GROCERS, CHICAGO* EATY, Mangetic Physician and Specialist in tfee treatment of Ner* /ous, Chronic, Throat and Catarrhal Diseases. from Elfilalmrg-b, Scotland, now permanently located at 276 W. JFonrtli St., Cincinnati.} Q a o 1 nr m r ^Consultation, Examination and an Opinion given FREE In every case. Will Make His Next Visit to Log.insport , Oct. 3d. And Remain One Day Only. PARLORS at BASNBTT HOUSE D$. BEflTY'S ?JEW SYSTEJVI. So Many thousands are already acquainted with Dr. Beuty's mode of treatment in Saropc and this country, it is only necessary to sav l:r* this miKhod an equilibrium of tlie vital powers is at once established, and an equalization oJ'thc circulation maintained. Thus nature is enabled to throw off the effete matter. Iilcdieinu trill net lilceachana, and health at once ensue. Dr. Beaty's experience in the Great Medical Schools and Hospitals of Europe nn<J tW» country enables him to treat all Chronic and Catarrhal DisciiscJ uuderstandingly, and witi neyervarying; success. He does not claim to cure everything liks some physicians. Bear this in mind. Call and sec for yourself. He docs not "practice deception. Dr. Beaty uftca nothing but the latest and most improved treatment in Ibrci^a hospitals— nearly oil medicines new. Tfce Greatest of all Gifts— XIae Poxver of Qiagrttoslne' Diseases. Dr. Beatyknowsheisone of tbeGreatest Diagnosticians in tie -world. EC has ttnational reputation for Diagnosing the most complicated disease. By his keen perception and intuition he is enabled toftthom the rr.ost complicated di»- . ease and reveal to the sick one the true fountain nod cause of their suffering, -where other physicians have tailed and wore groping in darkness. By his correct understanding of eachand cverycasc, Dr. Eealy is enabled to cure hundred! • of diseases given up by themost eminent physicians iu tbe country. lutely and permanently euro any case of Catarrh that ever exlitefl. Hft an show a greater record of cas'co of Caturrh cured, than all the pny»I- Dr. Beaty can absolu honestly believes lie can cians in America combined. Over 10,000 Afflicted Cured of P*ervo«a3, Chronic, Throat and CatarrJbal USeeases i~i X.eis Years. an Limbs, -which is the symptom of decay. WiiatlsXt? JLndlLo-szsr 'does-He do it ? Are questions asked hundreds of people. . Dr. Eeaty can refer vcu lo fc undrcds of cured cases In your own Sttte 'and in every Slate in tiie TTnion. Mrs. Lnura Gallop, La Grange, lnd.» m — couid ;iot v.-sika r.icp: thrcwairay ber crut^'jes in two riie to her. Mr?, iilmna JeSers, Utica, Ky., Paralyali ' ' _______ _____ .. . , ana i-emale Trcublo — vras ;<s helpless cs acli:!''; v--:-tor.c<i to perfect health. J. H. 58 vine street. Cincinnati, Cnls—h =«d L'lccratin:! cji't!:c2\oce. Mr. Fer . ^ rguson will gladly fur- , ., ... . pained 45 pounds ot - .:.»sh in iiire* v.-c< 'ITS TTT; c to l.i — . J'rs. Sarah A. Poscy, Corydon, Ky., .Dropsy and Dys-T.--.i-.i- .I-- r-:.-r l-.nc b-C". fjivcn n-p liv all thecoctors, to-cay she is well. If ycuVouldn.-f: t-j k:M-.c : we ,-'noi>.t l-.'-r c-.sc. vrriie to her. Mrs, Ada Avery, Allen, Mich.,' Heart Diseisr. L-.:'\ "tj-iik- C;.::-.pl-.!ii;i rf :•-. .-..;; years' standing— to-day she isdoinjf her own \vork. Mr. M. ,-;. T '..;•'.-, 2.-L- 0--vil : c. i'.-i-^ . Cr.uxrrh, Bronchitis, Xcrvous Prostration add a pen^ral £ivi;v • : ^\;T. i'.:"!he T,-"--:.C iv.-vtcin. His recovery astoaislied every oce. Dr.Bea.tycV.irc'- - •"''•: to ns-tvirv.UtiiQ h-jr.dreds of persons whom he has treated and cured. If vo:; ; ; -vc h-x—i Jnr'f.-.-iri'c': r'rrnr'.lv treated donot waitfor a more convenient «efl- soa, but coins j-towcv and ;>:n his •.vcuJ.-rful powers to tic test. You will never regret it. Re- rac-rabtr '.he eait. CoiisirltB£io:i Private and Free to All, - . you you A Reliable Ulan. M. J. Griner, a Justice of the Peace at Print Michigan, says one bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Eemedy saved his life. : He had heen down with hloody flux for three weeks when he commenced using- this medicine- It soon cured him, and he believes saved his life. He also says it saved the lives of three railroad men in that vicinity. 'Squire Griner is z. reliable and conscientious man, and whatever he says can he depended upon. For sale by B. F. Keesling and J. L. Hanson. Good toots. Goods looks are more than skin deep depending- upon a healthy condition of all the vital organs. If the liver he inactive, you have a bilious look, if your stomach be disordered you have ft dyspeptic look,, and if your kidney* be affected you have a pinched look. Secure good health, and you will have good looks. Electric Bitters is the great alterative and tonic acts directly. < on these vital organs. Cnres pimplea blotches, boils and gives a good complexion. Sold at B. F- Keesling'* drug store, oOc. per bofctle- Arale* S«J*-« The best salve in thevrorid for cut! bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheuv fever sores, tetter, chapped bandi chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions, and positively cures piles, or n9 [ pay reojiired- It is guaranteed to ' give perfect satisfaction, r- mosey-refunded. Trice 25 cents per. For sale by B. F. Keealiag.

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