"' CKix0i.oir> " COLLARS AND CCFFS .arc made by covering a linen collar or •cuff with "celluloid," thus making •them strong, durable and waterproof. When soiled they can be cleaned by •simply wiping off with a wet cloth. No other waterproof goods arc made with this interlining, consequently no •other goods can possibly give satisfac- •tion. Do not forget that every P iccc of the genuine is stamped as follows: Insist upon goods so marked and refuse anything else if offered. If your (taller docs not keep them you cnn procure a sample from us direct by enclosing amount and slating si/.c- and '.viirUisrsUiud-up or turned-down <•<->:- i,,r i.i wanted. Collars 25^. each. Cnlis 501:. pair. •The Celluloid Company* 427-429 Broadway, Kt-.w VorK. NOTICE. Notice is Hereby Riven to all persons Interested -that the Common Council of the City of Louansport andlami, at Its regular session on the trd day at April 1895. iidoptod a clpcliirntory resolu- ; «0[i declaring ihiu It b necei*aryto Improve Market .stri-ct In suld city from ttm east line of Second (.trewt to tho wrxt lino at t Iftli utreev by •DiiYinK Siiltl pwt of Miirkwt »«««. between curbstones to be set on botli slues-of. the rwrlwuy with bard burned pHVing bcl;k» or blocks especially •butneii for street piivlng, Hnd lu'd upon un (vpere- liilly prepared nnd rolled mbgrudu unit concrete or broken-tono loumliitlun and nil to be done .strictly according- to nrollly, planii ftnd sjiecl- naitlons on II IB In the offliw o[ the City Civil Engineer, where tliey are open to Inspection by all persons Interested. Smd Improvement to be SmtlHHcc(iriJlnKtnthBesriibll8li«l grade, under • the direction of the City Civil Engineer, iiud In accordance with the ordinances or wild city for the Improvernwit ol snlrt Market sweet from ttie • nst line ot Second street to ibe •west lino of Kllth street. The totnl cost ot said improvement shall be •iissowd uer lineal foot upon the real esuue abuttlnu nn s;ild M-trket street from tlieonst line of Second sireet to th« west line of Fifth street (except for thilt part.theroof Included between tho rulls ot the Logimhport Hallway company's -street -car tracks which shall oe assessed iiRiiln.n »:ild Lominsnort Hallway company. Iti street car •tracks iropnrtyand fcanchlsos: and excoot lor tue portion tlieroot occupied by street and alley crositlnns whluh shall be assessed ngalnst tne city • of Louansport) as provided for In (in Actottlw General Awembly of Indiana, approved March 8, 188!). and tlm amendment theroto. iipproviid March -li, 1391. nnd known as the "Barrett uiw." Pronorty owners along the line ot salil .proposea Improvement and all others Interested therein .are horeDy notlllud that tho common council ot said city will hear objections to the necessity for the construction of said pronoseil Iraprovmnent •on Wednesday evpnlnR.May 15, ISfc. nt 7flOo clock .us the council chamber o( the city ot LORimsiiort, Jn """" L . JOEX B. WINTERS. City Clerk. Dr. E. H. Grace, DENTAL PARLORS, 316 Market St. New (ileus In GolU Crown and ncldgo Work. DAILY JOURNAL TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL 16. Don't fall to see Rhea tonight at the opera house. Skirl B, skirts, quality, fit and prices guaranteed—Trade Palace. Everybody should go to the opera house tonight and see Rhea the great-est. A phonographic entertalnmnnt will bo given at the Bsptlst church Friday •evening. The Prince* of the Orient met last alght and Initiated six new members with the usu»l ceremonies. Our sale in children's calico and gingham dreasee proved n grand success. Call again today—Trade Pal- aco. Thomai Cronln la again studying law In the office of Nelson & Myers, having closed hU school In Carroll county- Wanted—A man to Uke care of horsei and do general work around a place. Call on George Harrison, 617^ 623 Broadway. • Ihe Good Templar soolal set for last night at tho home of Mies Clema Cook, w»s on account of sickness, postponed Indefinitely. A very pleasant entertainment appropriate to the day was given at the United Brethren church at Seven Mile Eaater Sunday. There was a good •ttandaoca. The nine year old daughter of Geo. Mulford of HarrUon township is reported dangerously ill with brain fever. Dr. J. W. Ballard has been called in consultation with Dr. Zin- nliger of Flora on the case. Don't fall to attend the concert at the Baptist church Wednesday . even, ing. Mra. Minnie Fish Griffin vocal, lit and Mr. Bennett Griffin violinist. are highly spoken of and all who go to hoar them can feel sure of being well repaid. Pan Handle Drakeman Ed Snyder is on the sick list. Pan Handle brakeman Marshal Cahlor Is visiting In Union City. Ed C. Prince a Pan Handle fireman is sick at his home in Indianapolis. Joseph GOBS of the Pan Handle paint shop IB visiting in South Bend. An old I. & V. passenger coach has been sent here from Indianapolis and Is being fitted up for the Effner local. Born of Friday to Mr. and Mrs. W. P. MoCarty a daughter. Mr. MoCarty Is a machinist in the Pan Handle round bouse. H. L. Clark of the Pan Handle coach shop has almost recovered from a long Illness and expects to resume work shortly. Master Mechanic W C. Peniook was on duty yesterday at the Pan Handle shops. He loots much refreshed as a result of bis trip abroad. Philip Rshn a Pan Handle machinist-is lamenting the loss of a ^valuable umbrella which some dishonest person removed a few days ftffO. A new switch tenders bouse Is being built for the upper Pa,a Hindis yard to take tho place of the one now In use, which will be seat to Chicago. J. C. Carew baa returned from a stay of several months in Southern California. 'His many friends will regret to hear that bis health has not been benefited. Charles Watts, general superintendent of the Plttsburg, Fort Wayne & Cnlcigo, on Saturday completed his twenty-eighth year Of service on the Pennsylvania lines. • As Pan Handle passenger train No. 20 was passing through the Chicago yards yesterday a man who later on gave his name as Clarence Dletz tried to board it but slipped and fell under the wheels, losing hla left foot. The Pan Handle pay car will arrive here tomorrow and In the morning the yard employes will be paid. The shop men will be paid in the afternoon and ill 4 o'clock the car will leave for EfToer returning the same evening. Oa Thursday the car will leave for Chicago. Richard Hart, a Pan Handle switchman at Richmond was run over and Instantly killed by a yard engine Saturday afternoon. He was well known In this city having for some time pre. vlous haen employed as brakeman be tween Richmond and here. He was burled at Kokomo yesterday where his relatives reside. George W. Long, tha Pan Handle jjnesenger brakeman had a visitor yes. terday whom he did not relish, consequently tho two soon parted. The guest was a yellow dog of the cur variety and bad no tall and was the gift ot an admiring friend at Saratoga,Ind., sent to Mr. Long as a token of respect and esteem. The dog was turned loose and is now probably roaming tho streets in search of a new master. C. S. Jones and E. P. Button of Superintendent Walton's office, are organizing a local branch of the Mechanics' Mutual Savings and Loan Association, of Indianapolis. Ihls is one Of the best Institutions ot the kind in the State, and the fact that such well ^known railroad men as Wm. Swanston, Master Mechanic of the P. C. C. & St. L. Ry.. at Indianapolis; Wm. Gurstang, Sup't. - Motive Power of the Big Four; G. H. Graves, Supt. ofjthe I. D. & W. Ry ; F. M. Lawle-, Master Mechanic of »he Big Four, and J. H. Filoher, Supt. of Boiler Shops of tho Big Four are among the Board of Directors, especially ' recommends it to railroad men. Hon'H TIllM! We oHer One Hundred Dollars Reward lor anr case ot Catarrh that caonot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F, J. CHENEY 4 CO., Props., Toledo, 0. o, the undersigned, have known IT. J. Cheney for the tot 15 jears, und believe him perfectly honorable la all business transactions and nnoc- dalljableto cam «ut any obligation made by their Itm. KTtTau.iX, Wholesale Dcusjulsts, Toledo, O ALDIXO, KWIUS& llittvw, Wholesale Drag gl«t. Toledo, 0. Hall's Catarrh Core la taken luternally, acting directly open the blood and mucous surfaces ot thei-yswm. Price 7»c per bottle. Sold-by nil druggists. Testimonials tree. A TliankTal OU Soldier. BELLMOM. 0,, Ang. 23, 1S94. B«er Medicine Co., Toledo, Ohio: I was a member ot Gen. Gibson's regiment—40th 0. V. I.—and have been a constant sufferer f roui rheumatism since the close of the war. I have spent hundreds of dollars in dootors' fees and medicine, bat have suffered until Mr. James Robinson, Mayor of the town, called my attention to Tour Dr. Bayers Penetrating Oil. A 20-minute application of it has freed-me from terrible suffering, and I feel like a new man. It has not appeared again. I thank you, next to God, for my cure. Tours truly. W. E. MlLLHOUSK. Attested: JAS. ROBIXSOX, Justice of the Peace. For sale at John IT. Johnston's drug store, 35«. and'50o. per bottle. THE NEW MAGDALEN. The Grand Performance br »ad»me Khcm and Her Company. • •Madame Rhea played the second piece of bar season at the academy last evening. Those who were fortunate enough to be present witnessed two Of the most splendid conceptions ever seen on the academy stage and again and again did the auditors break into loud applause when eome particularly clever bit of work was done. The play was Wllkle Collins' four act play, "The New Magdalea" with Mme. Rhea as Mercy Merrick and Mr. Hart as Julian Gray. The role of Mercy is one of great possibilities, and Madame's conception and presentation of it are complete to the very slightest detail. The scene with Grace Roseberry in the third act, where Mercy's repentance Is changed to defiance by Grace's taunts, Is brilliantly done by Madame Rhea. Her costumes are magnificent. The other role is so prominent was that of Julian Gray, by Mr. Hart. It is a pleasing character at any time, but In a pleasing cbaracier at any time, but In the hands of Mr. Hart it is delightful. It is carefully played by him, and, Ilka Madame he presents the slightest detaile with a studied completeness". — Cleveland. Bilious Colic. Persons who are subject to attacks of bilious colic will be pleased to know that prompt relief may be had by taklnp Chamberlain's Coiic.Cholera and Dlarrhcei Remedy. Itacts quickly and can always be depended upon. In many cases the 'attack may be prevented by taking this remedy as soon as the first Indication of the disease' appears. 25 and 50 cent bottles for sale by B. F. Keesllng, Druggist. Tuttle-Orerlr. At the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Vlgus No. 1507 High street, occurred the marriage Sunday morning at 8 o'clock of a daughter, Mrs. Lizzie Vlgus Overly, to John D. Tuttle. Tbe Kev. J. C. Kauffman performed the ceremony. The wedding was a very quiet one The groom is a clerk at the stora of Anderson & Rans, and is well liked by a large circle of acquaintances and friends. Cure for llenUrhe. As a remedy for all forms of headache Electric Bitters has proved to be the very best. It effects a permanent cure and the most habitual sick headaches, yield to Its Influence. We urge all who are afflicted to procure a hot. tie, and give this remedy a fair trial. In cases of habitual constipation Elec. trio Bitters cures by giving the needed tone to the bowels, and few cases long resist the use of this medicine. Try it once. Large bottles only fifty cents at B. F. Keesllng's drug store. Flnh .Law Mnut be Printed. Indianapolis Journal: "Attorney. General Ketoham said yesterday in an opinion given Secretary of State Owen that the fish law which was defeated in the House, but oame to him regularly attested as having properly passed, must be printed with the other laws. It Is not within the discretion of the Secretary to go back of the enrolled bill, under the recent Supreme Court decision, unless the bill has been the victim of spoliation. We take pleasure in recommending Chamberlain's Cough Remedy because It is praised by all who try it," says J. W. Cox & Son, druggists, Marshfield, Oregon. No one afflicted with a throat or lung trouble can use this remedy without praising It. It always gives prompt relief. It is especially valuable for colds as it relieves the lungs, makes breathing easier and aids expectoration. A cold wtl! never re. suit In pneumonia when this remedy Is taken and reasonable c&re exercised. For sale by B. F. Keesllng, Druggist. H LOftt. Lafayette Journal: A young man named MoGlnnis, wboae home is in Loganeport was fined yesterday by Justice Shaw for carrying concealed weapons. Frank Sbepardson, an engineer on the Southern Pacific Ry., who resides at Los Angeles, Cal., was troubled with rheumatism for a long time. He was treated by several physician, also visited the Hot Springs, but received DO permanent relief until he used Cham berlaln's Pain Balm. He says it IB the best'mediclne In the world for rneuma- tlsm. For sale by B. F. Keesling, Druggist. ' I»on't Tobmco Spit or Smok» Your IJf« irr»y, is the truthful, startling title of a book about No-To-Bac, the harmless, guaranteed tobacco habit cure that braces up nicotined nerves, eliminates the nicotine poison, makas weak men gai strength, vigor and manhood. You run no physical .or financial risk, as No-To-Bac Is sold by B. F. Keesllng under a guarantee to -cure or money refunded. Book free. Address Sterling Remedy Company New York and Chicago. . TESTIFYING FOUMUNTON- Jacob Hammel Offer* a StroBg Endot-cement. W«» Cure* of Bhen- roiiic Pmr«lr«l« by V«lnc Manyon'« Rheumatism Care. Jacob Hammel, 900 East Monument street, Baltimore, Bid., says: ••! had muacular rheumatism In my arm so badly I could not raise It. I was sore in my lower limbs. I bought a small bottle of Munvon'a Rheumatic Cure, and, after taking; it two days, il relieved the soreness in my limbs and restored complete motion to my arm. It is now as useful as ever." Munyon's Rheumatism Cure acte almott Instantaneously, curing many obatlnite oases in a few hours. It is guaranteed to cure rheumatism in any part of the body. Acute or muscular rheumatism cured in from one to five days. It never falls to cure sharp, cutting pains in the arms, legs, side, back or oreast,. or soreneaa of any •part of the body in from one to three hours. It promptly cures lameness, stiff and iwollen jjintu, anJ all pains in the hips and loins. Cnronic rheumatism, sciatica, lumbago or pain in the back are speedily cured. It seldom falls to give relief after one or two dotes, and almost invariably cures before one bottle bae been used. Munyon'e Homoeopathic Home Remedy Company, of Philadelphia, put up spaciflCB for nearly every disease, which are sold by all druggists, mostly for 25 cents a bottle. Tbose who are in doubt ae to the nature of their disease should address Professor Munyon, 1505 Arch street, Philadelphia, giving full symptoms of their disease. Professor Muoyon will carelully diagnose the case and give you the benefit of bis advice absolutely free of all charge. Tbe Remedies will be eent to anv address on receipt of retail price. A HorKo Slioer Injured. Michael Fexton, the blacksmith, is at St. Joseph's hospital, where his injuries, the result of a kick from a horse jeaterdsy morning at Meyer's shop on North street, are being attended. His hurts consisted of a painful cut on the lower jaw, and a bad bruise on the right leg. Jlueklen'M Arulca Salve. •/be best salve in the world for cuts bruises sores, ulcers, salt rheum lever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and all skin erup tiona, and positively cures piles, or no pay required. It la guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded. Price 25 cents per bor. For sale by B. F. Kfioaling. Druggist D. E'. Pryor has a novel Eister dleplay in his store window on Broadway. A. B. 11. Engineer Struck the Itlffhl Thin*. CHICAGO JUNCTION, 0., Sept.;?.), 1S9-1. Bayer Medicine Co., Toletlj. Olilo: Gentlemen— I bad contracted rheumatism in my occupation as R. R. engineer in 1S93, and suffered, with it severely at times. I heard of your celebrated Oil, and had your agent, Dr. Miller, apply it to ine. I could hardly walk to the hotel to see him without assistance. It cured ine in one-half hour with a few applications, and it has not returned. 1 make this statement hoping that others with similar afflctions will use your Dr. Bayer's Penetrating Oil, and that it will benefit others as it has done me. JOHN BUTLER, Engineer, B. & O. R. R. For sale at John M. Johnston's drug store 25o. and 50c. a bottle. See the many bargains in hosiery to clean up stock—Trade Palace. Have.You Kidney Trouble? •Have You Throat Trouble? Have You Rheumatism? Have You Bladder or Urinal Trouble? TRY "SAN-JAK." Sold by BEX FISBEB. Drugglit. __4^_m«* CHICAGO, March 7, ISM. TA first called to SAN-JAK last year In the case ot Captain J. M Irostas «l Terra Haute. tnd..whj was attacked in this City with acnte nephritis and cystitis (inflammation ol the bladder and kidneys). After prescribing the usuil remedies without avail San- Jak was socKosted. and tha Improvement was so rnarked alter tbe ttrsc dose, and a complete core followed so speedily, that I ac ons» commenced an Investigation ot Its merits and have since prescribed It In almost every known lorm ol kidney bladder urethral. vaginal annoiiarrhal troubles, followed In e^ch Instance by ru» happiest results. AcaseotenuresLi(lnvolanian flow of nrlne) In mrown family was very much Improved by a few doses and radically cared In less tb.in a week From practical experience in a nnmoer o! bad can es ot leueorrhoea I am free to say that l have found no remedy that is equal to SAN-JAK. And while I have never before given a professional Indorsement to a proprietary remedy, I say unhesitattnsij and «ltbout reserve that i consider dAN-IAK a veritable boon to humanity and after aDplrtoR It to the surest professional tests, can sar wl 'h confidence, It is better than it is r»- "T^han contlnae to prescribe It In ail cases of aenlto-artnaryorcatarrhal troubles, In prefer- JPCK to all otber known remedies. ~»saVEXvjjTOXic,3AN-JAXcanberelted npon fully and entirely. The delicious taste ot the medicine Is ^° in lt3 teTor - l ? P"^^ It for children, lamnt DreseniuslnRsAN-JAi. as an alterative In skin diseases, and In sever* cases at cnrcnlc-eczema have yielded so readily co Itt In- Msence thai I shall contlnoe to use It In similar cases feeling confident that it will meet ali the CSigned) ^ BEN FISHER DRU&GIST The Sun for bleaching- clothes ; them. Just re- .^ You can't change v ^ x Pearline, but brightness and and newness back, then you • * - ine. The ease, ... the economy, of time and washed—these -' only points that , Pearline. The , better, all women, who have • • •x 1 * Pearline for \vashmg^| member that / any colors with..|| , - if you want the-: r ||j ' .- frcshness^l the savin< ' - of tilings- '; ; 3|1 - are not the..;-«§| rccommend;|| v\'ork is donC;.':-*|j through. Brightv|| Droved this themselves, have used hundreds of million:; ol pacKa.^. v : ; Qptld M V? aad S0:;i ° ^T^rr ITU ^-S^is"^ ^ied,' I. T^d. ^S£g£ J -^'^ -u^as^.; IF YOU ARE GOING i TO MAKE GARDEN! ^SS^HH3£°lHS ; ts:;%±| .s^y'^^J^s^r^&^s^-^i they are always, lrebh seeds except the ttl & s ons o f Philadelphia our CM-A$ the °erv best. 1. believe that th.; F Q & oa h leThouldu se nothing but the- very bert vrton**.n ^^ neyer heArd a 8 ntMn fact our oastome" unhesitatingly pronounce them complaint, m fact, our cu3to^ b . sfiiet(We haye ^^ the en LaodreUi* Sons has been 115 years In tb*j occupation of seed growing. George Harrison 617, 628 Broadway. FRESH FISH! If you want a flne fresh FISH leave your order with F. W, KINNEY, TELEPHONE. 172. A fine variety of fresh lake fish received'daily. No cold storage good«.;.-g We dress and deliver without extra charge. Convinced AffiiiiiflHIw Will. Nearly every one for miles around Morely, Mich., knows Chas. A. Jonea, whose farm lies two and a half miles northwest of that village. His friends and they were numerous, feared he would not long be spared to them, for the doctor pronounced him afflicted with heart disease and said ho might drop dead any minute. This was not a very pleasant reflection for his wife, who watched him almost constantly; once she found him where he fell unconscious in the yard. His appearance indicated paralysis, the doctors were called affaln, but they did not understand his case, consequently couldn't do much for him. He was in this condition when he heard of Dr. Wheeler's Nerve Vltallzer and its effectual use by others. He sent to Nelson Pike's drug ssore for a sample, and as he expressed it: "I had little faith in patent medicines, hut some, thing seemed to convince me that thi« was a good one and could be relied upon. Do you know I felt better and slept well after taking two doses? I want to say to you that Dr. Wheeler's Nerve Vttallzer Is the most wonderful medicine ever made. It cured me so completely that I never felt better in my life." Mr. Pike who sold him the medicine, says: I wouldn't have believed euch a cute possible if I had not seen the change with my own eyes; It Is certainly the most remarkable cure of my twenty-four years' experience In the drug buslneis." It Is equally as valuable for other nerve diseases, such a« nervous prostration, gpasms, fits, sleeplessness, mental depression, exhausted vitality, despondency and general debility. For sale by Ben Fisher, Drug-gist. • A free social m,d entertainment was enjoyed by a <r<>od crowd at the Dni- veriftlist church ]»*t night. The affair was arranged by the young people. Chamberlain's Bye and Skin Ointment Is unequalled for Eczema, Tetter, Salt Ebenm. Scald Head, Sore Nipples, Chapped Hands, Itching POes, Bums, Frost Bites, Chronic Sore Eyes and Granulated Eye Lids. 'kir sale by druggists at 25 cents per box. TO HOUSE OW2TEB8. For putting a horse in a fine healtLy condition try Dr. Cody's Condition Powders, They tone up tie system, aid ^digestion, ctn? loss of appetite, relieve constipation, soirfln fcdney disorders and destroy worms, P*ijJJ «ew life to an old or over-worked horse. *c Jents per package. Forsale bydrnggiil*. D«alh ofl>&onnr<l MlmoiiH. Leonard Simons, aged 79 died Sunday at o a. m. at his Washington township. The deceiMjds! was one of tbe county's ploneeri. »jll brother of Becj. Simons, 'and tlyr|i father of Mrs. Moses Crockett of ~ '*' ganeport, and was a most respecUd^ and estimable cltizan. Tbe funerial|| will be held from Center church, in.i$| terment at tbe Stone ecbool hou«e ln| Clinton township. The Rev. K. West will conduct tho «ervlce» at a. m. today. A Hundiy Mehoot CvoTcntUn. . There will be a Sunday school ventlon at 2 p. m., Sunday April 2Uli;^ at St. Paul's Lutheran church. Wai logton township. A pleasing and : atructive program will be given, are Invited to attend. JESSE MARTIN, Township Vice Preiident.^ The Taylor residence. 823 street will be entirely remodeled .thi»|| summer, It is one of the oldest deocea In the city. $500,000 OFFERED^ Remarkable Success 'jot a Foreigner- The History of Veiw's Wonderfal .., Bemedies.—Moke Him a Mil- ; lUnaire in Seven Tears. . Ttaey »w> Prescribed by BnndredB , Phr*lcl»ftla thta Country. a>4 : Recommended from tbe f>Bl»IL •. Since Vrtio came to this country some two a hall yearsj&co. DI« remedies have found a h at every fireside. Th« fact, alone, that they been adopted by hundreds of physician* In every day practice, l». perhapt toe greatest anteeasTotheir merit Many reverend > men have commended highly Lrom the . notably among them beif,r, the B«v. <jjx>. lean, of the M. E. chnrch. Xenl* O , anrt 'h A? P. McXutt, Bradner, O., »ta> a clergyman. Before Veno left Rtfopc. & syndlicaw of gentlemen, swineihegreatPOMiWI«lf»ln remedies, made him an offer ot $oOO,K».00 his entire business/ Tbe V»no Remedies are »3ld by y3.Wjtroeg}j In the Cnlwd Sia'es. with tali instructions- home ns« as follows: • " VESO'5 CURATIVE STOCP <50c a bottle). Is ooslUv^ car? for wealc stomach, dysjjepsla. llt» kiciney, blood and urinary uooblw. slceplexsne poor an!*:'"' aud Rwieral waakn»ss. and wj Bsed&UiYEKO-S ELK.JTBIC FLCID00C a O tie), will cure tae worst and most desperate tor of rheoina:ism. sdaOca. lumbago, paralnH, t Joints, neoraiglaand all.'ichesand pains- TEXO*S UJJiS TOXIC (*>c a botUe). » <jnv and permanent cur* tor throat and lune troobtot asthma, bronchitis, hoarseness, and coogbs »n» colds. So!d by Johnston; X«esIIi« and Ben Druggists and gamnteM to cure or mosey funded.
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