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[fyslal Patake Floof! Makes Delicious Pou Cakes. Crystal leal Flakes. A Delicious Breakfast Food. Ask Your Grocer For It. F. W. KINNEY, *.• IH5ALKH IX Fish, Oysters, Fresh Butter, Eggs **• and Game. GTV/e Jress our own Poultry and therefore bavo^everythin:,- r ---sh. family, to get it,, I presume vro Lave used over one hundred bottles of Piso's Cure for Consumption in my am continually advisin othera Undoubtedly it is the Best Cough I ever used.—W. C. MILTENBEBGER, Clarion, Pa., Dec. 29, 1894. 1 sell Piso's Core for Consumption, and never have any complaints.—E. SHOREY, Postmaster, Shorey, Kansas, Dec. 21st, 1894. WANTED! REAL ESTATE iMl, CIIUHP Cotbisfs For Sale, 'i Lots un'l Aorns '''or S:ile, Wunteil Smiill Krtrma For Hula. WunuKl Du.slims-i Uloclts for dule. Wanted to Exctianiw Kami* Tor City Propurty. Wiuitwi Morciiiimll.HB 10 Tr ulo for Fiirni.i. ADD11E53 M. M. <JOB1M»N. Sprx Clock , inclliina. fl. E. TRUAX, M. D. iittcntlon KlTOn to Nose. Lnng, Liver •ncl Curonlc Dlswases. Omct) und ItusUlence over Suito National Bunk. Hoars 10 to 12 u ra., - to -I p. m,, itnU 7 to 8 p. m, ill eulls promptly attended. DR. F. M. BOZSR'3 DENTAL PARLORS Over State National Bank, Logansport, Ind. JOSEPH GILLOTPS STEEL PENS a KTUA HHfcnW AMB80AD FOI1HS THE MOST PERFECT OP PENS. KROEGER & STRAIN, Undertakers and Embalmers, O13 Broadway. DAILY JOURNAL. SATURDAY MORNING. FEB. 23. Fraik Justice of Clinton township, recently capturpod two red fo.xes. He was assisted by four hounds. Mrs. Fernando C. Kegley has removed from the Kejj'oy farm near Walton, with Ibs children and household goods to Kokomo. R»lno Kuhn won tha throe nljfht pool contest, for a medal and the championship of the city. The score was, Ralno Kuhn, 605, Fred Kuhn, 591. Mrs. Gustave Burpman of this city was notified Thursday of the death at Chicago, of a brother, George Lalble of Fort Wayne. The deceased was well known la Logaasport. The exposure to all sorts and conditions of weather that a lumberman ig called upon to endure In the camps often produces severe colds which, if not promptly checked, result ic congestion or pneumonia. Mr. J. O. Davenport, ox-manager of the Fort Bragg Redwood Co., an Immense Institution at Fort Bragg-, CaL, says they sell large quantities of Chamher- laln'g Cough Remedy at the company's •tore and that he himself uibd thla remedy for a severe cold and obtained immediate relief. This medicine prevents any tendency ot a cold toward pneumonia and insure* a prompt re- cow?. For tale by B. F. Keeiling, Druggilt A Holliinil Ciiue. The people of New Holland, Ohio, aave boon greatly surprised recently Oy tho almost wonderful cure of a youcg daughter of Mr. John Orabood, who for a long time had been afflicted with (Us or epileptic convulsions. The affliction seemed more dreadful because of tha natural brightness of Ihe child. Doctors acd other medicines failed to effect any lasting benefit and cure seemed hopeless until a sample bottle of Dr. Wheeler's Nerve VHal- Uer was providentially handed Mr. Orahood and from tho use of It and only two full bottles of the remedy, iho young girl has been completely cured of tho affliction which threatened to blight her life. Fortunately there are but few cases of epileptic fits, but we venture to say that half the people who read this would feel like new beings after a thorough use of Dr. Wheeler's Nerve Vltalizer; it is a nerve food, restoring nerve force on the same principle that food restores physical vigor and muscle. If yours is a case of shattered nerves, frequent headache, perhaps nervously cross, troubled with sleeplessness, a tired feeling in the morning, debilitated, all worn-out feeling, promptly use this great remedy, for It will cure you, and also ward off the more serious sickness or breaking down which your symptoms indicate. It is warranted sure to relieve and cure norva troubles as represented. For sale by Ben Fisher, Druggist. To Spar ut the Ojiora rtous*. Prof. P. J. Pllzlln and Prof. Dave Staley of Chicago, will, if satisfactory arrangements can bo made, spar an eight round contest for scientific- points, on or about March 4th, at the opera house. _ It Jtnj- Do us Much for You. ."Mr, Frod Miller, of Irving, 111., writes that ho 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 wlihout 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 liver troubles and often gives slmoit Instant, relief. One trial will prove our statement. Prioe only 50c. for large bottle at B. F. Kees- llng's drug store. Attention, Knight* of Ilonor! All members of Wabash Lodge No. 1831, K. of H., and of Logan './odge No. 1246, and all Knights in the city, are Invited to meet with us on next Monday evening. The Grand Lodge officers and delegates to the Grand Lodge will be present with us OB that evening. LEWIS ErsTi^fE, Dictator. JAMES S. Boi/r. Reporter. Wabash Lodge No. 1831, K. ol H. Xot Vel Decided. Just after noon yesterday counsel in the case of Ed ward .Lawrence vs. Dr. Z U. Loop, for alleged malpractice, argued on a motloi for a judgment. The deciilon of the court hai not yet Veen made public. AN ATTRACTIVE THADT. A Mexican Tourist's train wilUfiave Toledo at 11 o'clock this morning acd pass through this city about 3 o'clock in the afternoon and is said to be on< of the finest ever run over the Wa bash. The train is vestibuled throughout, and is an exact counterpart o the Pennsylvania limited. Following Jtheer-glne is tbe baggage car. Then comes, In regular order, a dining car, a sleeping car with a bath room a private compartment car, a compart ment and sleeping car and an observa lion and library car. The latter Is provided with a piano. RESIGXED BTS POSITtOX. Matthew Massena, road supervisor of the Effoer branch of the Pan Han die has tendered his resigcation t< take effect March 1st. Mr. Massena bus for some lima been afflicted with poor eye tight and has otherwise been in ill beiHh and condors this step necefsary. HU successor has cot as yet beeo appointed. W, A Hart, Rose. Koight and Win. Murphy of tbe Pan Handle paint shop are on tho eiuk list. A party of Wett Virginians arrived In the city vesierday on Pan Eandle train No 45 who will go to farming in Adams township. There .vere thirty five in the party. Ed Anheir has again resumed his duties as caUtr at the Pan Handle yard o(fi:o after an absence of two months. He discovered that he could not live away from tho railroad. The Pan Handle shops were closed yesterday on account of Washington's birthday. The car department has a rust on its hands and all car repairers were compelled to woik. All local freights were annulled. Pan Handle engineer John Brumbaugh has a new boy at his house. The happy father has named him Harry Glenn, In honor of his friend Hurry St Clalr, who will stand as Sponsor at the baptism. A party of Pan Handle employes who were at English Lake several days ago preparing- for the duck shott- ing season, had a thrilling experience. While shaking up some bed clothes at their headquarters a large rat was stirred up and a general hunt for the rodent commenced. Fred Heppa was sitting on a stool donning a pair of rubber boots and to him the animal ran for succor. It entered his trouser leg and commenced a climb upwards. Mr. Heppe became frantic and danced around the house yelling like a Com. manche Indian, but still the rat refused to h e shaken. Flnnlly It got to tbe top of his pants and jumped out and Heppe fainted. He had to be thrown Into tbe river in order to be revived. In tho tumult that followed the rat escaped. KnltthtK of till- Macciboci. Tho State Commander writes UB from Lincoln, Neb., as follows: "AN tor trying other medicines for what seemed to be a very obstinate cough in our two children we tried Dr. King's New Discovery and at the end of two days the cough entirely left them. We will not be without It hereafter, as our experience proves that It cures where all other remedies fall."— Signed F, W. Stevens, State Com.— Wny not give this great medicine a trial, as it Is guaranteed and trial bottles are free at B. F. Keesllng's drugstore. Regular size 50c. and $1. Itenult of a Fall. Hiram Suiton, wbo resides on the South Side, while teaming for W. L. Fernald, fell from a load of wood about five miles south of the city yesterday, aod was quite seriously Injured. One foee and wrist were crushed and his nose was broken. Bis injuries will lay him up for a month or more, and the chances are his wrist, when it heals, will be siifl. STATI OP OHIO. Cnr OF TOLEDO, ! „ LDCAS COO.STT. j*" , HANX J. CHISXEY m ikes oath that be Is the senior paitner ol the flrm ol F. J. CKEXKT Jt Co;, dolnc bosiness m ttie cllr of Toledo, Countj and State aforesaid, ano that said flrm will pay tao snmotOXE HIMDSEO DOLLARS lor eadi and every ease of Catarrh ttiat cannot be cured by :he use ol HAUL'S CATAIIRO CUR*. FBANK J. CHEtTET. Sworn to before tne* aod imbscfbed In mj pre«*Dce, this 6th dajot December, A, D. 18S8. —.— ' ' A. W. OLE iSOV, SK.U. Y Notary Public. Hull's Catarrh Core is', taken Internally and acts directiy on the blood an 1 mucous surfaces of ;he system. S< nd for testimonials ,Iree, F. J. CffEXSY *.CO., Toledo,;0. CS^-Sold by druggists, 75c. Low Hate* to Sew Orleans and Mobile. On February 18th to 2ith, inclusive, excursion tickets will ba sold via Pennsylvania lines to New Orleans and Mobile, account the Mardl Grat festivities Tickets will be good returning until March 20th, Inclusive. For low ratet and other details, apply to nearest Pennsylvania line ticket agent. FELLFBOMATBUN. Hr». M»uitf Belle BI-OIVD, n Cultured Kentucky Lady at.tsc Home for the Mrs. Mattie Belle Brown Is at tha Home for the Friendless, where *'ae Is receiving every attention that her icjurlee, received In a fall from a Pan Handle train at a small nation ne^r Chicago, eeem to require. She is said to be very badly hurl acd her recovery is In doubt. MVs. Brown has a eister at Marion, with whom she had been staying up to the lime of the accident, and she was brought this far on tho way back to that city from Chicago. The injured lady is well educated, aod Is said to have at one time held a posi'.lon on the Louisville Courier- Journal. Bnoklen'w Arnica Salve. Tbe best salve in the world for cuts, bruises sores, ulcera, ealt rheum fever sores, tetter, cbapped hacdr chilblains, corns, and all skin eruptions, and positively cures piles, or no pay required. It Is guaranteed to give perfect satitifaction^or money refunded. Price 25 cents per boy. For sale by B. F. Keesling. »n(l Df.aCtt III" K Lu<lr. The death of Mrs Scnitti, who wns tuken to tbe county farm from tbe Home for the Friendless, occurred Thursday at the infirmary. Tbe de ceased was a native of Scollaad, aud was a wcJ^an of refinement and considerable culture. Sbe had baen a preacher. Sbe had no relatives on this side of the Atlantic. Itecoranieiidttlon Krum Los 632 Canelar St., Los iTngelo^, Cnl. -After having suffered for a long time from acute rheumatism without obtaining relief, I used Chamberlain's Pain Balm and was almost Immeiiately relieved. I highly recommend this as the best medicine known.—D. M. Hamilton. For sale by B. F-. Keesllng Druggist. L.ogan>porl KiilKliU Will Compote. At Evansvllle, Ind., Juoe 2-t 'to 28. the seventh annual conventloa of the Roman Catholic Union, Knights of St. John will bo held. There will be 350 delegates in attendance. There will be a grand parads in which 2,500 knights are expected to join, end a drill for a $500 prk£. Tbe Lagans- port commandory will compete for the prize. A' Boy CKarscil Wilh I'rovolir. Grant Edwards.aVandalla engineer, was fined and costed $15 In the Mayor's court Thursday for an alleged assault on George Crawley, a son cf drugglit Crawley of Sycamore street. Yesterday Edwards filed an affidavit in Squire Hlght's court, charging Crawley with provoke. The case is set for Monday at 2 p. m. In a recent editorial the Salem, Oregon, Independent says: "Time and again have we seen Chamberlain's Cough Remedy tried and never without using tbe most satisfactory results. Whenever we see a person afflicted with hoarseness, with a cough or cold,' we invariably advise them to get Chamberlain's Cough Remedy; and when they do, they never.' regret it. [t always does the work, and does it well. For sale by B. F. Keesllng, Druggist. ^ .,,^ A residence will soon be erected at the corner of Market and Tenth streets, by Jesse Taber. Have You Kidney Trouble? Have You Throat Trouble? Have You Rheumatism? Have You Bladder or Urinal Trouble? TRY "SAN-JAK." Sold by BEX FISHER, Druirglst. .88 Cn_ . .,0, irarch 7, JS94. DB BUIUBIAN, CHICAGO. MY DBAR -'m— Mr atwntlon was flrst called to SAN-JAK Uist rear In tho ease of Captain J. M. Jroslus. «l Terre Haute, inrt.. wlio w^s attacked ndrs City with acote nephritis and crstitla (In- liimmtitlon ol the bladder and kidnejs). After irescrlbini? tne uaa»l remedies tvltnout avail San- lak was sujjK'Sted, and ihi Improvement was so iiarke<J atier tbe llrsi Uo."e, and a complete care •Allowed so speedily, tnat I at once commenced an nvestlgatlo i ot iw merits and nnve sluco pre- scrlbea It In almost every known form oJ kldner )ladder urethr^l. va«loaland calarrhal troubles, Allowed In e .en Inswoc^ by tne hapylest results. ' A case or MraresLx (involuntary How of nrfue) In myown fainlly was very much Improve*] by a few- doses. and radically cured In less than a wei-k. <Tom practical experience to a nnmber of bad ^a-esof loucorrhoea I am free to s*y that i have 'ound no remedy tnat Is equ il to SA^'-JXK. And while l tmve never bclore given a professional ludorsement to « proprteiary remRdy, I say aonesltatlnglj and without reserre that < con slrter aAX-J AK a veritable boon W humanity and after applrtnit It to the sorest pro:essloaal tests, cansaiwl.hconndeuce, U Is better than it Is recommended to be. 1 shall continue to prescribe It In all cases of genito-urtnary Of catarthal troubles. In preference to all other known remedies. >*axEBY«Tv.sic, SA.V-J AS. can be relied upon ally and .rndrsly. Tne d*Ucloos taste ol tu« mpdlcloe is ^Uo in i« f»T»t. in preBcrfblnz It for ehlldrf n. I am at pre»ent using SAN-JAK as an alwratlve In skin diseaws, and In sevetdl cases of cnr 'Die eczema have reUed so r«dlljr to IM ln- tuencr that I sfiall continue to »se It in similar esses, f eelinc confident that It will me«t all tke ndlcBUoas In rach curv Yonri sincerely, (SJgned) * J '°« BEN FISHER. DRUGGIST CONNECTICUT'S GYPSY PRINCE. He MjkVc* R<>cul>T Uono TndUiR Tour* of the Country. For over forty years a family of gypsies have been residents of this state. At the present time oue of them claims to be the head of the gypsies in this country, says'ir-Bridgeport correspondent of the Xe\v York Snn. lie is Prince 'William and lives with his family near East Hartford. The East Hartford branch is the main bmnch of the fain51 v. All tho male members of the family arc born .horse traders and arc known all over New England as upright and honest business men. Auaolied to their residence-at East 1.1 art ford are stables which in winter are always filled with choic4^ horses. One of the interesting-sights nt the barn ara the wag-ons in which Prince William and family go off on their annual trips. These wag-ons cost from one thousand to tweut3"-five hundred dollars each. There are brandies >of the family in New Uaven and also in this city, aud when one of these trips about the country takes place the other branches join it,. The trips are usually begun about the 1st of August and sometimes extend into the winter months, the family •traveling iu the south when cold weather arrives in New England. The family lately returned from a trip which was begun last August. On these trips spare horses are taken along to trade. This menus a cavalcade of a dozen gorgeous wagons and about oue hundred horses. The entire family, men, women and children, go along. The parly ke<';i together, traveling Ineasy stages, a bout twenty miles ;', day being considered a good jonniey. \Yhen hurried they- can make forty miles a day. The place selected for the night's rcsUng-nlace is usually a grove. There the wagons art- drawn up in a circle, the lire* lighted and supper prepared. After (.lie cver.ing meal the entire family gather around 1'rinec \Villiam\stent or wagon uud the alTairs of the family arc discussed. A watchman patrols the camp all night to guard the horses. An Obituary. One of tlio very bcsi of men; No duty did lie slili-1;; Spent lifiec:i years In conprrc^s then Canio Itonie ami wo:H i.o '' ork. —Atlania Con.->tii,uilozi. Drunki-noes* iiii- no cOiBpsrieon In evil efiVci to tho oj)!um or morphine hub';:, when firmly li.vcd on the bap IC ; r" Vlfi'i-j. Moihe.'s shou'd he careful in u?e of as sioipiij a ihia^ as :i couch cure "ith ibelr :;hiiare'i. Mtny eo called couph eurts depend upon the ttupefyiop irffectofihe opium they contain to bush tho cough. Brant's Balsam is one which you'can give your children with perfect confidence that It is entirely free from opiates, as well a a reliable cure, not only to stop the eoupb, but aleo perfectly heal the diseased parte. Large 25 cent bottles at Ben Fisker'd drugstore. Mrs. M. F. Arnold, of Indianapolis, took five bottles of Lemoti .Laxative and is permanently cured of Headache, Backache and Constipation. She advises ladies to try a fifty cent bottle. VauUnllu HIIB ExcnrwJon*. On February 12, March 5, April 2 and 80, 1895, home seekers excursion tickets will be on' sale at very cheap rates to various".points in the South and Southwest. For rates, limit stopover prlvilpee, etc., apply to J. C. EDGEWORTH, Agt,, Logauaport, Ind. Chamberlain's Bye and Skin Ointment Is unequalled for Ec7X>ma, Tetter, Salt hfcum, Scald Head, Sore Kipples, Chapped Hands, Itching Piles, Burns, Frost Bitei, Chronic So re Eyes and Granulated Eye Lids. For sale by druggists at 25 cents per box. TO HOH9E"oWN£BS. For putting a liorse 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 \vorms, giving new life to an old or over-worked borse. 25 cents per package. For sale by druggists. A Clean Oac '.licit you can keep clean all the t:i::c—a collar '.bat Oocs viot wilt wL-cn you get over-heated: that docs not iVay on the edge, or leer out nt xiic buttonholes, cud can be cleaned by simply \vipii:g oil" v.'ith a wet sponge or clolli. T'aoic collars auu cutTs arc i:indc by covcriuj: liucn collars or cuns_ 0:1 both sides v.-ith v.-atcrproof ••celluloid," UiusKiving strength .•iKl'durabilitv. They are the only waterproof T^oods so i:i;:<ic, aud every piece is stamped us follows: Ask for tlii*. ami rcfuc-c to take ,-ir.y ii:ii;r,uo:i if you expect :'4!t- k-fiction. It" your dealer docs i:ot !:eep ihein, send direct to v.s, cn- L-]o;-,;ng ai;!oui:t, ar.d v,c \v:!l i::t:il YOU sample. Collars 25 cts. each, Cu:&5octs. pair. St-tesi.'.e. tmd v.-licihcr stand-up or turned-down collar is wanted. THE CELLULOID CO., New York. M . u !i. ^n INCREASING LENGTH OF LIFE. .Modern Hrrolnrn HI Lcnsa Arc Longer Lived Tlitll .Innc AlLxtpll'd Is the bmnan race becoming lived despite the frol and fever of ern civilization? It is .in interest^ question, and it may very probably answered some day by science in the • ' affirmative. 1'ho longevity of profes- ' sional men is now generally considered to be greater than that of fanners and .' mechanics. In other words, intellect!!- .. al activity, although in many respects .: more exhausting than physical, has in ; the main a salutary effect upon tho human frame. It may be the nerves •• rather than the muscles upon which wo ".mainly depend, after :ilL It is :i commonplace of observation that the biff, •• hearty men are constantly dropping.-.? out of the world, while those of far .,;} more fragile organizations, apparently,' ''• live on to a ripe old ago. .-;;.' As to the increasing longevity of the ,'••, race generally, there is no little incl- ^' dental testimony on this bead to bo >•.; gathered from various sources. Some .'*.'< of the early heroes and heroines of ro- .' ' : mance are old before they reach what - ,; we should call middle life. And at tho beginning of our own century Jano Austen, whose testimony is always unimpeachable, speaks of the healthy and. ; contented woman of forty as having a good prospect of, twenty years of lif«C yet. Twenty years! What woman o.f i to-day, asfcs the Providence Journal, thinks of herself as falling into decrepitude at sixty? Elsewhere in Miss Aus- " ten's pages we run across people who- ; are old with the passage of half a century of life, lint now we have Glad- ; stones at eighty and over, and think N nothing of it. '. An Inccnlonn Widower. A practical man lately became awld- ^ ower. lie was devoted, in his own self- J ish way, to his wife, so lhatherfriends' j were surprised when they heard that he had sold all her wedding gifts—prln- "j cipally silver—without delay. Uis in- j genious excuse was this: "I needed a good watch, as she well knew. The ' presents were of no use to me, and I; thought that, if 1 sold them and ubed J the proceeds to get a watch, it would be like having it come from her." Cer- < tainly a curious way of getting around " the facts. \ OVER A MILLION BflliS ' NOW IN USE

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