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I presume we have used over one hundred bottles of Piso's , ' Cure for Consumption in my family, and I am continually advising others to get it. Undoubtedly it is the A DETERMINED MOTHEB BestCongh I ever used —W. C. MILTENBEUGER, Clarion, Pa., Dec. 29, 1894. -1 sell Piso's Cure for Consumption', and never have any com-. plaints.—E. SIIOREY, Postmaster, Shorey, Kansas, Dec. 21st, 1894. Crystal Pancake f Miikes Delicious Pun Cukes. A Itclieioiis Rroiilifusl Fond- Ask '< our Grocer For it. R W KINNBY, Sl:»:iiKOAI>WAY. Fish, Oysters, Fresh Butter, Eggs and Game. •STvVe dress our own Poultry (in-.l therefore have^verything fresh. WANTED! REAL ESTATE. Wimtoil, Ctinap Cottnxea For diilo. ' Wmifd Lots nirl Acres WiiiitiHl Small Kafiris I'or Sale. Wan:eil llu.Hliitis-1 Bloults Air Siiln. Wanted to Kxch>uii:« c'aniis fur Cttjr I'formrty. Wanted .Merchandise! to Tf nhi tor Fanns. A.DDKK« .H. .11. «01H»»N.Spry OU-ck ort, InUliiiin. fl. E. TRUAX, M. D. Special attention given to Nosa, Lung, Liver •nd Chronic Diseases. Office and Resilience overstate National Bank. Hours 10 to 121; in., i to 1 p. m., and 7 to 8 p. m. All tails promptly attended. J)R p. M. BOZKR'8 DEN f AL PARLORS Owar State National Bank, Losranspori;. Ind. JOSEPH GILLOTT'S STEEL PENS » KXTUA IHE MOST PERFECT OF PENS, KROE'iEK & STRAIN, § Undertakers and Embalmers, O13 Broadway. DAILY JOURNAL, •JTHUBSDAY MOBNIN'G. FEB. 21. To Mr. and Mrs. Harry Barnes of the West Side, a son. Child's kid button shoes 15 cants, worth oO cents, «.t Otto'-J sample sale. Supt. J. G. Rogers of Loop: Cliff hospital has been sick with lagrippe for some time. Agents—Men ol good appearance and business ability can make $25 weekly. Address Mutual JoToslment Co.. 10 E. 14th St., N. $. Wanted—To purchase, & small piece of land, wltb or without buildings, within tea miles of LoRaneport. Leave word wltu S. M. Closson, No. 319 poarl street. The exposure to all sorts and (JOn- ditlons o( weather that a lumberman, ii called upon to endure In the campa often produces sovore colds .which, if not promptly checked, result in congestion or pneumonia. Mr. J. 0. Davenport, eoc manager of the Fort Bragg Rodwcod Co-, an immense institution at Fort Brag?, Cal., sajs they sell large quantities of Chamber( laln'a Cough Remedy at tho company's store and that ho himself usud this remedy for a severe cold and obtained Immediate relief- This medicine prevent* any tendency of a cold toward pneumonia and Insures a prompt re- OOTery. For i»le by B. F. Kee«llnsr, Druggist A Ilulhinil (W. Tbo people of New Holland, Ohio, have been croatly surprised recently by tho almost wonderful cure of a young daughter of Mr. John Orahood, who for a lonp time had bcea sllllctod with Gl3 or epileptic convulsions. The ftflliotlon seemed more dreadful because of the natural brlfihtneaa of the child. Doctors aod other medicines failed to effect any lasting- benefit aod euro ssumod hopoleas until a sample bottle of Dr. W&eoler's Nerve Vltal- izei 1 was providentially handed Mr. Orahood and from the use of it and only two full bottles of the remedy, ihe yojnff girl has boon completely cured of thaafUlolAon which threatened to blight her life. Fortunately there nro but few cases of epileptic fits, but wo venture to say that half the people who road this would feol liko new beings after a thorough ueo of Dr. Wheeler's Nerv-o Vitalizer; It is a norve food, restoring nerve force on tho sstna principle that food restores physic il vigor and muscle. ff- yours is a cnso of shattered norve?, frequent. headache, perhaps nervously cross, troubled wUh sleep. I us* tit-.-;•<. a tired feeling in tho morr- In^r, dsh'.li'.ated, all worn-out feeling, ljrompl.lvu.50 this great remedy, for it will cure you, aod also ward off the. more serious sickness or breaking down which your symptoms indicate. It is warranted sure to relieve and cure nervo troubles as represented. For sale by Ben Fisher, Druggist. Tho Honesty podro club was last night enterlalntd by Miss Annie Laughlln at her home on Spear street. Mr. ard Mrs. Walter Dadericlc or Linden avenue entertained friends Tuesday night in honor ol Mi?s Cora Sayner of Ft. Wayne. It is claimed by the elactrio light clork that the cost of the lights at present used for illuminating the Broadway M. E. church, is 24 cents per hour for forty lamps. A log wagon in charge of a man named Hudson broke down in frontof the Island View hotel yesterday. A heavy log rolled against a telegraph pole, leveling it to the ground. The remains of Miss Eliza Berry who died at Argos, Marshall county, arrived here at 10:30 Tuesday night. The funeral will be held ^ at Adams- horoat 2:80 p. m. today. The revival at the South Side U. B. church under the leadership of • ihe Rev. Clark, is arousing much interest. A score of converts have been made, _ Prof. P. J". Pilzlin has a large nine stone cluster diamond which he will sell cheap or trade for a good soletary. Call at Journal. One dollar and twenty-five cents for small Bizs3, ladles 1 Peerless gaiters vrorth |5, Of course, Oito's sample sale. It is said that patent leather will ba used extensively in the adornment of l»diei'hats for spring. •jTiijet «e.vcr. Afu-r a for a tout Baby, l-\mis Hie Child aucl Is isefuscd ros»( wslon. Mrs. Margaret Geyer, who was in the city a short time ago in search of a baby lhat had been adopted from the lad'.arfapoHs Orphans' home, has found the little oce, according to the following press dispa'.ch: "On Monday Mrs. Geyer appeared before the court atUrbana atd inetituUd habeas corpus proceedings for ihe recovery of the ohild. The authorities at the asylum claim that.Mrs, Gejer gave a quitclaim to the child. This Mrs. Geyer disclaims and asks that the child who is now 6 years old, be restored to her. She claims to have traveled through every county in Indiana and several in Illinois and Ohio in a buggy looking for the child. The Herbstreets are so attached to the child they will not give H up- The question will be settled in Judge Wright's court next month, and in tbo .meanwhile Heibatreeis have charge of tho child." Knii;lil.i ol' llu- MiiiMMliecs. Ttie State Commander writer us from-Lincoln, Nub., as follow,-: "After Irving other medicines for what seemed to bo a very obstinate cough in our two children wo tried Dr. King's Now Discovery and at the end of two da.vs the cough entirely luft them. We will not bo without it bei-as'ter, as our experience proves lhat it cures where ail other remedies fail."— Signed F. W. S'.ovons, Slate Com.— Wby nob glvo this great medicine a trial, as it is guaranteed and trial bottles aro free at B. F. Keesling's drugstore. Regular siza 50c. and $1. Decided (0 Ilullil a >'««' CHni'cb. The Cumberland Presbyterians have decided to build a new $12,000 church edifice, and architect Rhodes is at present at work on the plans for the proposed structure. Work will begin on the church as soon as tbo weather permits. IliH'.Itlen'N Am leu Sftlvo. The best salve in the world for cuts, bruises sores, ulcers, salt rheum (over sores, totter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and all akin eruptions, and positively cures pile?, or no pay required. It is gj-iranteed to give perfect satisfaction or monoy refunded. Price 25 cents per bor. Fur sale by B. F. Keesllng. A Special Verdict Returned. The jury in the case of F. Krebs vs Edward GW HI a, suit on bond, demand T ,_j, finished its deliberations at midnight Tuesday night. Yesterday the verdict was announced, giving Krebs, if tbe law sustains him, $100 damages. Drunkenness has no comparison in evil effect to the opium or morphine habit, when firmly fixed on, the hap less victim. Mothers should be careful in use of as simple a thing as a cough cure with their children. Many so called cough euros depend upon the stupefying effect of tho opium they contain to hush tho cough. Brant's Balsam isoao which youjcan give your children with perfect conSdeDCS that it is entirely free from opiates, as well a B. reliable cure, not only to stop the sough, but also perfectly heal the diseased parts. Large 25 cent bottles at Ben Fisher's drugstore. Vaudulia Line JExenrMlon*. On February 12, March 5, April 2 and SO, 1S95, home seekers excursion tickets will be on eale at very cheap rates to various points in the South and Southwest. For rates, limit stopover privilgea, etc., apply to J. C. EDGUWOKTU, Agt, Logansport, Ind. It Jl»y no ;i* Jlui'li r->r You. Mr. Fred Miller, cf Irving, 111., writes that he had a severe kidney trouble tor many years, with severe pains in his back and also that his bladder was affected. He tried many so called kidney cures but without any good result About a year ago he began use of Electric Bitters and found relief at once. Electric Bitters is especially adapted to cure of all kidney and li-ver troubles and often gives slmost instant relief. One trial will prove our statement. Price only 50s. for large bottle at B. F. Keesling's drug store. The Hon. D. P. Baldwin spoke to the members of Miss Comingore'a room at the Sixteenth street' Echool building Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Margaret Sala assisted by Miss Mamie Maffee entertained about twenty of her lady friends very hand somely at the Magee residence Tuesday afternoon. «——* Men's fine Congress and lace calf shoes worth IS,'for fl.48. These are sacaples, slightly soiled,, with silk vesting, top, same.prices, at Olto's sample aale. . Charlee Bopp sustained a fracture of the right ankle in a fill on the ice Monday. CHILD SICK'.!? Strcu^tli is Not Enough forProp er Growth. Tbc Young: Body Fails to Get AY ell Xourisbed. jSTeeds Richer Bono ana Tissue Forming Food. Body Cannot Grow Without Pure, Sturdy Blood. Unequalled Value of Celery Compound. From birth till past the ago of 30 there is growth; some of the bones do not completely knit 'till 35. All this time in addition there Is tbe steady waste of the tissues that must bo repaired. The demand upon the vitality ana upon the powers of assimilation ie thus enormous during these years, Without plenty of rioh, Kourl'sbiflg blood, growth must be do feniive and tu-rdy. But when it courses through nil ihe lirlerios In a full, vigorous s'.rerun, growth goes On steadily and perfectly. \Voa; couuiloia numbers uf fri-il youngsters phyiiiui-ns =ii-.i *ho^e j.-HU ub'.y thin wrists BOO blooulefs faces erits out for bev.er nouri.-hment. All this Joes not oscap-j tho valiant insight of pnreuts. la ihoueaads of homes it is weil known ihut ihe boys and girls are som&nu»v b.idiy nourished. The weak siomacba and organs of assimilation can. not extr ict the food for growing nerves and brain in surtio lent quantities from the .ordinary diet, A. special nerve diet is what they need. Paine's celery compound is Prof. Edward E. Paelpl great preparation for nourish- ishing' these little frarees and making them grow into stroo<f. active men and women. Or Pnelpa *'pon whom colleges conferred their hiahe-t honors for his invaluable investigations In medicine, knew from ripe experience tbe uxict naosls of^ tQuse little sufferers. A ohorm of gratitude has gone up all over the country, from mothers of children once weikl; I'.nd p'ile, without promise of ever growing ijlntcT roousl men and women, who hav.i outgrown weakness and a lack of vitality by tbe use of Pdloo's calery compound, taken with the regularity that physicians adhere to when prescribing this won. derful nerve and blood restorative. It is valuable in all wasting diseases, in cleanslng'tho blood^of, rheumatism, neuralgia, scrofula, and supplying new and healthy vital fluid—its value can neither be weighed nor measured. As the great modern nerve and brain strengtbener and restorer Fame's celery compound is pronounced invaluable by all progressive physicians. Give this grand invigorator a fair trial and be convinced. •Low Kitten to Sew Orleans and Mobile. On February 18th to 24th, inclusive, excursion tickets will be sold via Pennsylvania lines to New Orleans and Mobile, account the Mardi Gras festivities. Tickets will be good returning until March 20th, inclusive. For low rates and other .details, apply to nearest Pennsylvania line ticket agent. Funeral of JIi«« CampbtJi. The funeral services of Miss Katie Campbell will be conducted by Rev. T. S. Freeman in the Christian church FriJsy afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. STATK OF OHIO. CITY OF TOLEDO, ^ LUCAS COUSTY. ) ffp.iNK J. CDKNKI mikes oath that ho Is the senior partner of the linn of f. J. CUE.NKS i Co,, doln-baslnesslu tbe city of Toledo, Counts and Sure aforesaid, ano that said firm will pay tho suiuotOXK mSDRED DOLLARS Tor each and every case of Catarrh tha: cannot be cared by the use of BJI.L'S CiTAiinn^CCRK._ _ Sworn to before me: and subscribed ^n_ my presence, this (ith day of De: Notary Fablk HalFs Catarrh Core Is taken Internally and acts direct)}- on the blood ;in 1 mucous surfaces ol the system. s,nd Jor testimonials ifree. P. J. CHEXKY &'CO., Toledo. 0. j3-Sold by drassi«-s, Tjc. T'ao people olFort Wayne will soon beusicg th.3 telephone of the Harri, son company, wori having begun at that placa, by the letting of contracts for putting up the linos. It i- claimed. the company has 700 subscribers at Fort Wayne. Lafayette and Crawfordsville are using the Harrison 'phones. Ch«nt>erlain'» Eye and Skin Ointment Is unequalled for Eczema, Tetter, Salt- Eheom, Scald Head, Sore Kipples, Chapped •Hands, Itching Piles, Bums, Frost Bites, Chronic Sore Eyes and Granulated Eye Lids. For sale by druggists at 25 cents per box. TO HOB3E -. For potting a liorsc In a fine healthy condition try Dr. Cady's Condition Powders. They tone up the system, aid digestion, cure loss "of appetite, relieve constipation, correct kidney disorders and destroy vrorms, givmfl new life to an old or over-worked hone. 26 cent* per package. For stle by druggist* Brcomnien<Ution From Loi jLn^nlM. 682 Ci-te).ftr St., Loi Anjelos, Cal. _&.fter having suffered for a long, time from acute rheumatism without obtaining relief, I used Chamberlain 1 .; Pain Balin ana was almost immediately relieved. - I bishly recommend this as the best medicine boo we—D, M. Ham- iltoa. For sale by B. F. Kccsling Drugg'ii'.. IpjtiriMl «>r n Full. Moses Decker of Bethlehem township fell recently on an icy walk and suslaiced serious irjuric;, including the fra-cturs of a rib. In a recent editorial the Salem, Oregon, Independent says: "Time and again have ^vo seen Chamberlain's Cough Ksmcdy tried aod never without using the most satisfactory results Whenever we see a person afflicted with hoarseness, with a cough or cold, we lovariibly r.d»'!#e them t* get Ch».mberliSr.'s Coygb Remedy: anil whec they do, Ihc-y never regret it It nlwnys d:v= t::o A-o-k. REG QO'JS it weli. For raid by B- F. K-,cs'.ir^j. rugj; ii-t. .Tlc The ladios of the ChrlsiUia cliurch will not miiCt oi i'Vidii.v afteraoon o! la wueic. Supper nar, biieu pd.-i- poned until Mntcti Isi. Have Yoa Kidaev Trouble 7 Have You Thn-at Trouble? Have You Rheumatism? Have You Madder or Urinal Trouble? THY "5AN-JAK." So'.J by ItKX FlinKU. Druggist. CJUCAGO, March V, 1S9I. DR BiJHiiMAN.Ciiicuio. llv HKXK-in:—Mf ••iii.-ntlon was lifst called to sis-JAKlastyi-iirin tin) case ol 1 Cnptliln .). M. Bruslns c.i Terr* llanti.'. Hai..wlu was nlUckAd in lii-s P-lty w 'tli acnl" iiiiphritls and cyslltl-i (111- llaniiniiUo'n ol tbe Wadiler «nd kliln.'js). After uri'scrlbliictliiiUsiiAl ri'incilles \\lilmut avail ban- lak Wii'i sii— r sii'il. a nil ill* liniirovcinoiu was so iinrki-ii :m<"r li'i- Hr.i. ilo^.ainl ii cunii)li>ti» care fnilottvn su ."pewllly, that I at once coniuionced an liivesit-'iuio • or us"merit* anil IMVB slncu pre- <,Tlt'i(>irilln almost Hvery known form of kidney blailili'r, iirelhril. vaginal HIM isi'arrliiil tronbliNS, I'uiiuWf'l In ^ xc.li ln>l.'if.o t by TUe liapntt'St r'^ults. \ IMS* of pniuvM.-(lnvoluntar> tluw of urlno) In myoivii fanify w.w ivry niufli lnipiuv«l by a row do-ios. and nidlLMlIycuwiI in li-s.s man a w«»k. >roin iiriiclk-alcxin'rlcnci'lii ;t number Of bad ca- os of Icncorrliooa i am five to say tlmt _l have founit no mildly that is ct)ii i) lo SAX-JAK. And whllo I liiivenuvnrbefore nlven a professional liirtorse'iioiittOiiproDileliLryroniftdy, I say unliftsltatlnsl} and without reserve lhat i con slder jjAN-.IAK a verltubli; boon to humanity and after aupIvlnR It to ihe..sur?&t proiessloniil tests, can say wl h conlldeiico, it Is batter than it Is recommended to bo. I shall continue to prescribe it In all rases of oeii'lto-urlnary or caturrhai troubles, In prefec- «iic« to at' other known remedies. *s a SBHVK TONIC, SAN-J AKc-'in be relleil upon fully ami witlrely. Tlie d»llcloiis t«ste of the iiipillulne is silso In Its favor. In prescribing It for children. I K' n at present: usiiiR SAN-JAK as an alterative In skin diseases, and In sovornl wises, of ctiMilo eczunm have yieUlwl so readily to its m- ilH«Micethat f shall cogtlnue to i«« It In slimliir cases, f wllns conlWcnt that It will meet all the Imllealloris m buch case». Yours sincerely, tSisned) (JKO W. SXTDRK, St. D. i, CUIO.-IBO. Ill ? BEN FISHER DRUGGIST 1 cuffs thnt you can clean yourself by simply wiping off witll a \vctspongc. The genuine look exactly like linen and every piece- is marked this way : TRADf The coll the r.n j csn y fire inaJc by covering n 'i" 03 ar orcvu'f wilh " celluloid," mid arc o::!y \vatcrproof good? made wilh jiicrlining. unil tbc only poods time stand the wear itr.d give perfect T-;thct!on. Neverwiltand not oU'.x't- ;>v :::oi.v.!ir:>. Try :hr:i n::d yon • r.^v^r iT'-'rr'i it. A*vC lor "."lO-.e '-. ::'. MYC lr. .V; "Mr-.; n". 1 ! i-of----.- :'-::y •••.;„:;.-,. !i \-<'.:f O.v.ier <U>cA not ;".-.'.. I \v.' v,-;ii r.'.:ul you ;i :«i;i!piC . (1 .j ,„„.;. ,.^ of :>;'i-.c. Collars -5£^'•;:Ts soc. ;-.\ : .'. Sl:itc whether ,-..• or turucd-do\vii collar is .:•: Celluloid Company, New York. Whiter Wraps. Sealskin jackets are by no means as long- a-s thoy \voro. One model nearly lijjht-liUing- lias moderately full skirts sljort on tbc sides, and cut, with some- <£• what long points front and back. It is called iJie Vandyke jacket. A pointed . collarette ami ro.vcrs of the sealskin trim the bodice part, and there is a high "storm" collar. The sleeves, ex- . • eeeilinjrly full at tlie top, are almost •- . close-titling 1 below tlic elbo\s-. Unless '. ono can ali'ord to purchase :i new seal coat, every second or third winter, it is unwise to choose a shape that cannot . •. fail to date the coat, for the fashion of outdoor coverings chanfres only ali.ttlo less often than does the fashion of our fjovrns. Kothinff just now looks more . stylish than one of the shoulder-capes . . of fur, lined with moire or gay brocade. Even velvet handsomely lined and bordered or not with fur. looks really more dressy than a fur dokrian or other old-style hiifh-shoulclercd wrap, though the same fur wrap represents a small fortune.—N. Y. Post A Promising rtumcnt. Young Thiekhedde, who has gradu- ' . ' ated in inedi.eine, is very fond of giving- wise opinions on all matters. lie h^ard an elderly lady say one day: "The greatest sorrow of my life is that 1 have never had any children." "Aii."said Thiciihedde, "perhaps it W as—ah—hereditary. Did your mother have any children?"—Youth's Companion. - He Will JKeinam Until— TUESDAY EVENING, FEB. 26, Dr. Chas. Mendenhall. Indian Name. Mon-Gos-Yah. The Great Indian Doctor. The Doctor has been unable u, -^« no« poit !0 dajs In each rnon! U tor one rear. Free! Free! Free! The Sick Treated Free at the TUCKER. HOUSE! The^octor announces to the people of Losan.spoit that an wno apply between now and ' without asking any Questions. Consultation Free. 8 ^ *** calldWQ Young Men and Middle Aged Men. •liJk^!^^ ( IddresB ail lettera to DR. CHAS. MENDENHALL. Office Hours-9 a. m. to 8 p. m- Logansport, Ind.