Strictly Pure White Lead is the Best Paint. Care is necessary though, to obtain strictly pure, as the market is flooded with so- called Pure White Leads that in reality contain but very little white lead. Ths following analyses of twooffrhesa misleading-brands show the exact proportion of genuine white lead they contain. The analyses describe the labels and brands on the packages and give the contents as follows-: •'—nglish. The Royal Manufacturing Co, Ground fine in linseed oil. Any person or perse.-js found imitating this lead or label will be subject to a fine of £50 for each offence. "White Lead." DAILY JOURNAL SUNDAY MORNING. OCT. 2. SEWS OF THE LOCAL STAGE. Proportions Analyzed by .. „ _ cj'oi'.x & Co., New York. luatcrials Baryte; 43. :s per cent. Oxmc of Zinc 58.11 per cent White Lead 1.36 per cent. "Ma;ury's Railroad White Lead." White label, marked "Railroad White Lead -5 • pare : John W. Masury & Son, New York and Chicago, warranted superior," Materials Proportions Analyzed by Oxide of Zin; 55.70 per cent. Ledoux & Co. Barytes 44.30 per cent. New York. We have a book which gives the analyses of eighty different misleading brands. If you are going to paint it will pay you to send for it. It will only cost a postal card to pel ; t it may save you many a dollar. NATIONAL LEAD CO., Cincinnati Branch, CINCINNATI, OHIO. Soli! and ffairantod &y GROCERS. Discovery of great value for the euro of Dyspepsia, Ulcers, Neuralgia, Worms, Nervousness. Constipation, Rheumatism, Salt Rheum, Sick Headache, Scrofula, Kidney Complaint, Canker, Piles, Catarrh, Female , General Debility. This remedy is for sale by the following-grocers in the county B. C. D. Read, Logansport. Win. M. Kreider & Sons, J. J. Rothemel, " F. XT. Spraker&Co., C. M. Personate, National Union Co., " J. & M. Sellers, C. S. Green & Co., I. G. Wilson, Horstman &Boerg-er, " W. J. Parker, John Mcehac, • T. P. S \vigart, " N. A. Thomas, Geo. Moriarty, " F.W.Kline, Maurer & Schilling, " Hiram Harvey & Son, Royal Center. N. E. Day, J. H. Phillapa, Galveston. Every bottle waranted cure or benefit or the money returned. s on tl>a List of 3Ianazer Stuari'K Attraction* for Xext Week. HILAKIOUS FC3T. The '-Two Old Cronies'" furnishes hilarious fun and popular music without stint. The piece is a laughable three-act skit, fashioned much on the plan of Hoyt's well known productions. It is full of fun and laughter-provoking to a degree. Oar theater-goers are already familiar with the play, it having bsen done here a year ago, when it made an excellent impression. The "Two Old Cronies" this -year will be at Dolan's opera house next Tuesday night. The company are very highly spoken of by the press o! all the large cities. The specialties are numerous. There are plenty of comedians, dancers, soubrettes, singers, pretty girls, etc. There will be a big house Tuesday night, so buy a reserved seat in advance at Johnston's drug store. There is more fun in the "Two Old Cronies" than in the majority of all the plays of its kind. To those who enjoy a mirthful treat we say, g-o and get a reserved seat for Tuesday night, Oct. 4, and you will laugh unceasing-ly for two hours and three-quarters. 1 -A KENTUCKY GIRL" Will be presented at Dolan's Opera House next Thursday night, October 6, with the popular and talented little actress, Sadie Hassoa, supported by a large and artistic company of actors and actresses. The "Kentucky Girl" closely resembles that great play, '•Blue Jeans, ;> and bids fair to make as much fame and money as the Hoosier play has done. The reserved seats will be on sale at Johnston's three days in advance. Let all who delight in seeing a thrilling play that has an under current of genuine mirth bubbling all through it, go and witness "A Kentucky Girl," at Dolan's opera house, Thursday night, October 6. THE GBEUNDLEKS COMING. The Logansport friends ot Mr. and Mrs. Herman F. Greundler will be pleased to know that the Greundler- Spence musical and dramatic company with which Mr. and Mrs. To Hie PuDlIc. The Journal has arranged for a grand gold medal bicycle load race from Royal Center to this city next Tuesday afternoon. The start will be made at 3:30 sharp, svhich will make the finish at 4:10 or thereabouts. As a special favor the Journal hereby requests all persons who will be driving on the road between here and Royal Center on that date and at that hour to turn out when the cavalcade of riders approaches that every opportunity may be given to the riders to make as good a record as possible. A clear road is necessary for this • and it is believed that cone will deny tb.3 right of way to the racers for a few moments. Especially is it desired that College hill, the bridge, Third street, and around the Court House to the Journal LABOR XOTES. Points of JLocnI asul State to uiid About the O be cleared as. the race finishes. This request for a clear right of way to the racers is made kindly, and it is trusted that any who may be on the road at that time will heed the request and turn out until the speeders go by. Upon the willingness of the public to give a clear road to the riders for a few moments, depends largly the success of the race and the establishment of the record for the Journal's first annual road race. Don't forget the date and the hour, next Tuesday Oct. 4, from 3:30 p. m. to 4:10 or thereabouts. A general conformity to this request will be greatly appreciated by the Journal. Church Services To-s!aj-. CHURCH OF CHRIST—(Scientist), i'torning service at 10:30. Sunday School at 11:30 at Universalist Church audience room. Greundler have been achieving such a distinctive success has been secured by Manager Stuart for an engagement next Saturday evening-. FIKST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.—Rev. D, P. Putnam, pastor. Rev. Dr. Wyeth, of Philadelphia, will occupy the pulpit at this church morning and evening to-day. A. M. E. CHUECH—Rev. L. W. RatlifT, pastor. Services at 10:30 a.m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday school at 3 p. m. Preachkig by the ' pastor. C. S. Jones Sunday school Supt. All are invitad. ENGLISH LUTHERAN CHURCH--Rev. H. M. Oberholtzer pasior, Sunday- school at 9:30 a. m. Morning service at 11 o'clock. Y. m. P. 8. Evening W. E, WINCHESTER, Gen. Agt for Ind. and III. AGENTS WASTED. J. W, Henderson & Sons .l£AXrFA.CTUBEBS OF FURNITURE, Republican Spenkinjj. Senator Frank Hiscock, of New York, Tuesday evening, Oct. 11, at the rink, city. Hon. Theodore Shockney, Wednesday evening, Oct. 5, at the rink, city. Hon. W. T. Wilson at Galveston, Thursday, Oct. 6. Hon. J. T. Bryer at Long school house, Washington township, Monday evening, Oct. 10. Congressman Daniel Waugh at Young America with Judge Johnston, Thursday, Oct. 13. Judge Will'am Johnston Republican candidate for congress will speak in Cass county in October as follows: Royal Center, Monday 10th, at 7:30 p. m. New Waverly. Tuesday llth. at 7:80 p. m. Walnut Grove school house, Wednesday 12th, at 2 p. m. Young America, Thursday 13th. at 2 p. m. Galveston, Thursday 13th, at 7 p. m. Walton, Friday 14th, at 7:30 p. m. Logansport, Saturday loth, at 7:30 p. m. Federal Labor Union No. 5592 meets this afternoon. Suspender makers in New York are out on account of a lockout at one shop. New Orleans Board of Trade wants the eight-hour day suspended on levee work. Early closing parades are almost nightly occurrence at Muskegon, Mich. It is said that New Jersey has a law to prohibit the use of militia during strikes. Twenty thousand street railway men were represented at the Indianapolis convention. Switchmen at West Superior, Wis.. have refused to handle products of scab workmen. Telegraphers on the Louisville & Nashville secured §5 a month and other concessions. Union Pacific Railway's new schedule to operators is a minimum increase of §50,000 a year. Frick has experienced forty-one strikes. Yet some people wonder how he became a millionaire. The largest mileage in the world is controlled by the Atchison. Topeka & Santa Fe Railway — 7,384 miles. Cigarmakers at Water-town, N. Y., won a case in court against a scab concern that was using a fraudulent label. Firemen and engineers on the Santa Fe route secured an increase in wages and reinstatement of discharged em- ployes. In Paris the building trades are never compelled to strike against nonunion men. Union men are employed exclusively. Alderman H. R. Taylor, of the London County Council, is a bricklayer and is paid a salary by the union to serve the city. Convicts in the Michigan State penitentiary are being taught telegraphy. Jay Gould will undoubtedly apply for their services soon. Every labor organization in and about Brazil, Ind., turned out in a A F«, Against Time Fears Nothing A Question A Great Record For You Qood Advice Health Comfort Destroyed by the use of poor smoking- tobacco. The one tobacco that has held its own through all the changes of time and against all competitors is BlackwelTs Bull Durham Smoking Tobacco. WHY? Because it's always pure, always j Unchanging the same, always the best. Such a! record tells more than pas'es of ' Talk's Cheap "talk." It's just as good to-day ig as ever and it is the. tobacco for you. & If you smoke, you should smoke f J Bull Durham A trial is all we ask. BLACKWELL'S DURHAM J TOBACCO CO., DURHAM, N. C. EPiffiS? •f I nomjjson o. i hey will take your Contract tb complete your work at iowest prices. flND UPHOLSTERERS. No, 320 Fourth Street, LOGANSPORT, IND, FACTORY:—— Nos. 5,7 and 9 Fifth street. DR. E. M. HATCH, — aOItHEOP.VTJHST - fiiysiciau and Surgeon. McCa:Trey Block, Broadway, corns: Sixth Street F. M. BOZER, D. D. S. DENTIST. OOJco Over State XaUonal Basic, Corner of *\mrtl» and Broadway. A Word in Season. If sickness or any sufficient reason should make it impossible for families kindly entertaining- delegates this week to the Indiana Baptist State convention will please leave word at the parsonage on Monday. When delegates will arrive I cannot say. Possibly many will be here Monday evening, and a very large number Tuesday noon and evening. I desire all members of my church and congregation entertaining- delegates to have some one at the church Monday evening and Tuesday noon and evening to receive their guests if they possibly can. We shall send our messengers to pilot guests to friends of other congregations. W. H. H. MAKSH. Pastor. Logansyort, Ini, Sept. S, 1892. This Is to certify that the -iericnltural Insurance Company ot New York, S. 3L Closson, Agent, lias paid my loss In toll and to my entire satisfaction and I recommend thte Co. to all my Wends. P. F. DtJNK. Oenfness Cannot ho Cured by local applications, as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear. There Isonlrone way to core deatness, and that is by constitutional remedies. Deatness Is caused by an Inflamed condition ot the mucous lining of the Eus- tacMan Tube. When this tube Is Inflamed you have a rumbling sound or Imperfect hearing, and when it Is entirely closed, Deatness Is the result. and unless the Inflammation can be taken oat and this tube restored to Its normal condition, hearing will be destroyed forever; nine cases one of ten are caused by catarrh, which Is nothing but aa Inflamed condition of the-mncons surfaces. We will give One Hundred Dollars lor any case of Deafness (caused bv catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send lor circulars: free. • _ F. J^CHESEr & CO., Toledo, 0. of nice table The greatest stock linens, napkins, towels, hemstitch table cloths and -napkins, from $5 up, at the Trade Palace. Blue mosquetair kids at the Golden Kola. C. E at 6:30 p. service at 7:30 o'clock. UXIVEKSALIST CncTvCH—Kev. H. 0. Sommers pastor. Services at 10:30 am and 7:30 p. nj. Morning subject, ' 'The Religion of Energy." Evening-, "Ingersoll and the Bible." Miss Jennie Anderson will lead the song; service. Sunday school at 11:45. ; Strangers welcome. BAPTIST CHURCH—Rev. W. H. H. Marsh, pastor. Services to-day at 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Preaching by. the pastor at both services. Meeting of the Baptist Young Peoples's Union in the lecture room at 6:30 p. m. Full attendance desired. NINTH STREET CHRISTIAN CHURCH— Rev. T. S. Freeman, pastor. Services, to-day at 11 o'clock, a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Preaching in the morning by the pastor. Sunday-school at 9:30 a, m., T. J. Leg? Supt. Y. P. S. C. E. at 6:15 p. m. All are cordially invited to attend. MAKKET STREET M. E. CHURCH— Rev. W. S. Boston, pastor. Sunday School at 9:30 a. m. Preaching by the pastor at 10:45 a. m. and 7:30 p..m. Class meetings at 6 a. m., 12 m. and 6:30 p. rn. Epworth League meeting at 6:30 p. m. A welcome is extended to all at any of these services. CrarBEKIAJTDPJJESBYTEBIAS' CHURCH —Rev. A. W. Hawkins, pastor. Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. by the pastor. Morning subject. "The Child of God." Evening subject, "The Family of God." Young people's meeting at 6:30 p. m. The public is invited to attend. WHEATLA>~D STREET M. E. .CHURCH. —Rev. H. A. Davis, pastor. Services to-day: Sermon, by the pastor at 10:4-5 a. m.: subject, "Christianity; Its Specific Ministry; Its Permanency." Evening sermon at 7:30p.m.: subject, "Christian Character; Source: Destiny." Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. Epworth prayer service at 6:30 p. m. A cordial invitation is extended to the public. BROADWAY M. E. CHDRCH—Rev. H. J. Morris, pastor. Preaching to-day at 11 a, m by the pastor, subject, "Blessing- and Being Blessed," •which, will be followed by communion service. Evening topic, > 'Politics are Politics and Religion is Religion as a_ Thoroughly Unchrislian Sentiment." Sunday School at 10 a.m. and. Epworth meeting at 6:30 p. m., at which time Dr. Hetherington -will make an address on the "Effects of Alcohol on the human system. All will he welcome and. strangers are especially invited, See the novelties in dress taimminjrs and new styles .trimming- silks at the Trade Palace. celebration to raise funds for the Homesteaders last week. The boilermakers' strike on the Alton railway, at Bloomicgton, 111., is still on, and the corporation is having poor success in securing scabs. Teamsters' and Drivers' Union No. 5753, are now represented in the Trades and Labor Asssembly. The Laundry Girls will soon follow suit. Chicago Trades Assembly has decided to boycott the World's Fair because it will be closed on Sunday and for violating the eight-hour agreement. Miss Ida Keys, of the Indianapolis Laundry Girls' Union, will attend the grand ball to be given by Laundry Girls' Union No. 5803, of this city, on the 19th inst. Eureka Lodge No. 5* of Machinists will undoubtedly have a large crowd at their grand ball on the 20th inet. They certainly are deserving of the patronage of all friends of organized labor. Laundry Girls Union No. 5803 are making great preparations for their grand ball which takes place on the 19th inst. Delegations are expected from Indianapolis, Lafayette, Peru and other points. Laborers' Protective Association will meet in regular session next Wednesday evening, October 5, to elect officers and delegates to the Trades Assembly; also to transact business of importance. By order of the president. James Morgan, of this city, had the misfortune to lose his traveling card recently. The card was issued by Iron Moulders Union No. 53, of Chattanooga, Tenn. The finder will confer a favor by leaving same at the Journal office. Teamsters' and Drivers' Union No. 5,753 is increasing its membership and will soon be one of she larg-est unions in the city. They are holding a series of open, meetings, and invite all teamsters and drivers in the city to co-operate with them in making the meetings successful. Cigarmakers' Union No. 215 expect the committee on home to arrive within the next ten days, and will make preparations to entertain them. The committee will inspect the Smithson College property with a view to purchasing same for the purpose of locating the Cigarmakers' Home on the above premises. Baptist stare We publish elsewhere the program of the Indiana Baptist State Convention to be held in this city this week. On account of the meeting of the Baptist Young People's Union of Indiana with the convention, the delegation will be very large, but we hope ample provision will be made by our citizens for the entertainment of all. Monday evening the annual sermon will be preached by Rev. J, F. Williams, of Indianapolis. Tuesday forenoon and up to 3 in the afternoon will be given to the ministers' conference. This is not part of the convention proper, but is a meeting of the Baptist ministers of the State to discuss "questions of current interest. It is open to the public. Reference to this part of the programme will show some matters of vital importance will be discussed by able men. Thursday at 3 p. m. the Young People begin their exercises, continuing them through the evening. Christian Endeavor. The Logansport Christian Endeavor Union will postpone its regular meeting until later in the month on. account of the Baptist convention to be held in this city this week. At the next meeting of the "Union" Rev. Geo. Knox'of Monticello will lecture, and officers will be elected for the coming year. T. S. FREEMAN, Pres. In an age of fraud and adultratiou, it is certainly gratifying to know that such an extensively used preparation as Ayer's Sarsaparilla may be implicitly relied upon. It never varies either in quality, appearance, or effect, but is always up to the standard. ROYAL REWARD FOR AN ANSWER. What la the exact date or Georgo ington's appointment aa commander of American forces ? ...... ..-;.,j.ii:.;on),j(. Till ,-;lvo t\n clcprant ChickOB. ,,« |v-T(?..onf!<l, uprij--':it pfiino to the first per:;<>.: :i.-i?>.wy!:i;r Uic above question correctly; '••.-0 •;•::'t-e.'asr; i-oiitid-trtp railroad tickets to 6(i!c!:^o::r:J rctiiraand admission tickets for two to World's Fc.ir Krcmuda to witness, dodl- e.u-on of buildings October "1, 1S92, lor each o£ r;oxt two correct ;;nsivers; u gold decorated. Giiiin. dlscev set t'cr the fourth corroot uninver. An ii'3'JiUonal special prJzo, a beautiful pair of pold ana pearl opera glossos, will bo given. fortho first correct answer from each state- Each person answering must send fifteen fro-cone stamps for 6 mos. subscription to " Tt'eHomc Jcwd, tho illustrated family pope containing particulars of our prize competfc tion for a free trip to California or Hoiid*. The object of offering these prizes ia to Increase the circulation of this excellent family paper. Send to-day and you may seouro* costly prize. Names of all prize-winnera IV October number. Write plainly name, posV. office, express office, county ana stata. Ja dross Tli£ Borne Jewel, Suite 601, ., Chicag-o, 111, • 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. BAEKOX & WAITERS, Johnson Block. A UXTVERSAL BEAunFiEE.—Harm- less, effective and agreeable, Ayer's Hair Vigor has taken high rank among toilet articles. This preparation causes thin, weak hair to become abundant, strong- and healthy, and restores gray hair to its original color. Sotlce to Creditors. Francis M. Lunsford died intestate ia Adams township, Cass Co., Ind., August 26, 1892, and'we, his sole heirs at law, hereby notify all persons to whom, he was indebted, that we will pay his legal debts, and request them to notify us of the amounts and when due at our postoffiee. IS.Jlile, Cass Co., Indiana. CHABLESB. Lrafsroxo. W. LCKSTOBD. TO §5,000 to $20,000 at 7 per cent, interest on business property. Apply to W. D.PEATT. Sanitary Notice. Scavenger work -will be done on short notice by catting on Nels Hanson, So. 56 Sixth street. Chenille table covers in new colors and new designs from 75 cents up at the Trade Palace. See them. Good I/ooks. Goods looks are more than skin deej* depending upon a healthy condition, of all the vital organs. If the liver be inactive, you have a bilious look, If your stomach be disordered you have »- J dyspeptic look, and if your kidneys he affected you have a pinched look- Secure good health and you will hare good looks. Electric Bitters is the great alterative and tonic acts directly on these vital organs. Cures pimplet blotches, boils and gives a good com. plexion. Sold at B. F. Keesling*! drug- store, 50c. per bottle. Pronounced Hopeless, Yet Saved. Form a letter written hy Mrs. Ad» E. Hurd, of Groton, S. D., we quote: "Was taken with a had cold, which, settled on my lungs, cough set in and finally terminated in consu nption. Four doctors gave me up, saying I could lire but a short time. I gave myself up to my Saviour determined if I could not siay with my friends on earth, I would meet my absent one* ' above. My husband .was advised la- 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 J i am now a well and hearty woman." Trial bottles free ao B. F. Keesliag** drugstore, regular size, 50c. and $1. 3uckJcn'« Arnica Sal re. The best salve in the world lor cuto bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum fever sores, tetter, chapped hand* chilblains, corns and all akin eruptions,, and positively cures piles, or BO pay required. It is guaranteed to- give perfect satisfaction, r- money >' refunded. Price .25 cents For sale by B. F. Keesliag. for Over fifty per- Handkerchief Golden Rule- sale Monday at the Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup h*» been used for over fifty years by mfl- ' lions of mothers for their children while teething, with perfect sucoe**- 1 It soothes the child softens the gum*, allays all pain cures wind colic, and. is the best remedy for -diarrhoea. 1§ pleasant to the taste. Sold by druggists iir every part ,.; of the world Twenty-five cents a bottle. Its T»!U« is incalculable. Be sure and uk for Mrs. WlBsIcw'B Soothing Syrup, take no other kind. '
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