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W^jip^i^^SJ^^ HOUSEKEEPERS who are delicate, run-down, or > overworked, and those who suffer from backache, headache, draggiagr-down sensation!) Ui the ' abdomen, and many other symptoms of derangement of the female functions can find renewed strength and health by taking Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription, For the piiins and aches, the periods of raclancholyend sleeplessness— nothing- can do you so much permanent good as this vegetable compound. You save the doctor's fee, as well as your mod. esty, by purchasing this "Prescription of Doctor Pierce. For a great many years Dr. R. V. Pierce (chief consulting physician and specialist to tbe Invalids' Hotel and Surreal Institute, of Buffalo, N. Y.) made a specialty of the diseases of women, and from his large experience lie was able to compound :i "Prescription" which acted directly upon the special internal parts of women. When in doubt as to your ailment write him, it will cost you nothing. A Book, on "Woman ntvl Her Diseases published by the World's Dispensary Medical Association, Buffalo, N. Y., is of interest to all women. It will be sent for ten cents in .stamps. When women are afflicted with nervousness, irritability, nervous prostration or exhaustion and sleeplessness, in nine cases out of ten tlie source of the trouble is some displacement, irregularity or derangement • of tbe special internal parts. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription cures permanently such cases as well as that distressing internal discharge from the mucous membrane, inflammation and ulceration. llrooklvn. jacksfii Co., fftrfi. GtHtlrmtn—1 am more titan willing to snvyoiir most valuable medicine liiij, cured me of fciiiiile weakness ami ,-i catnrrlial dj-icharxc from tne lining membranes of tlie special parts. ' sul- fered for" wars with pain in my back, never n night was"! free. At your request I commenced treatment with Dr. I'ierce's Favorite 1'rescnp- t-ori. I could not sleep on a iiiattrnss ; it seemed as though it would kill me. Since taking tne medicine lean Bleep anvwhcrc: I am perfectly well J would no: !>c placed in my former condition for any money. Gratefully yours. DR. F. M. BOZKR'8 DENTAL PARLORS. * Over State National Bank, Logansport, Ind. .- KROEGrER & STRAIN, Undertakers and Emttalmers, 613 Broadway. Dr. E. H. Grace, DENTAL PARLORS, 316 Market St. New lilBiis In Gold Crown and Bridge Wort. DAILY JOURNAL WEDNESDAY MORNING. MAY 1. Hosiery and glovoa at the Trade Palaoe. See Stevenson & Kllnsick'e 75-cent tan Oxfords. Pygmalion and Galatoa tonight at the opera house. Rooms lor Kant—Second and third iloora—Harry frank. For Rent—Cottage on 17lh street. Apply at southeast corner 9th and Eaoe streets. Admission 10 cents lor Rentlemen At the Choien Friends' dance Wednesday night. The city light plant now diffuses brightness through about 1,500 Incandescent lamps. A planing mill will he started soon . on the South Side, by George Palmer, the contractor. White *hlrt«, 8 cents; cuffs, per pair, 4 cents; collars, 2 cents. Cut prices—Lee Wah Sing. Charles Krela, the stamp collector, Is iald to have a barrel filled with pottage stamps of all nations. The next big meeting of wheelmen will probably .be held May 19th at Marlon and at that time' a club will be organized. Real Imported olay worsted suits, black, brown and gray go in with Otto's 17.50 suit tale. Tailors charge 430 for them. Wanted—Five energetic men of good address. Muit come well recommended. Call Thuriday at American Wringer Co.. 125 Sixth street, Logansport, Ind. George Cuppy pitched in a game against Louisville Monday, in which hit team, the Cleveland!, won by a •core of Id to 8. Cuppy made three of the runs besides holding the Colonel's down to a few scattered hits. The "Our Club 11 has voted to fix the limit to the membership at 100 instead of 60. The name of the organization vru changed by adding the prefix The, making the institution "The Our Club." It Is hoped that the club may before long be able to occupy 'better and more roomy quarters than at present. Jamas MoJallum. who fell on the aldewalk at Church's jewelry store In January, and who has since beon at the county house has gone to Chicago, where ho expects to live with a brother. The old gentleman claims that he waa at one time worth $300,000, and that he WM a manufacturer of metal show oates.at Philadelphia: BALLOON SLEEVES Were Too Much for litDC Pillln«'» Monkey-TUe Darwinian Theory Disproved. An amusing Inoldent Is told in con. nection with one of Logansport's "pels of fashion" which goes to rather disprove or cast a shadow of doubt on tbe correctness of Darwin's theory. The principal party to the affair was Line Filling's agile monkey, and the occurrence happened this way. One of Jocko's lady admirers recently conceived the idea of dressing the gay little animal In a manner becoming suoh a distinguished parsonage.and in a garb modeled after the latest styles. So she prepared with much oare'a jacket with beautiful and wide spread- Ing balloon sleeves, and.taking advant- of one of his few quiet moments adorned him with the new garment. This was more than our monkey friend bargained for, and he Immediately showed hie displeasure by showering on his tormentor (?) a torrent of abuse in a foreign language but not hard to underetand, followed by ineffectual attempts to tear off the objection, able shoulder attachments The jacket withstanding all his efforts to remove or destroy i», poor Joooko lost heart and refused to take nourishment or en^ape in bis customary playful pranka, and so to prevent u funeral In the monkey world, an armistice had to be declared and the new droEB removed. A friend's Advico, MONTAGUE, Mich., Nov. 13, '93. William Windeckneck. a wealthy farmer of Muekegon county, personally appear before me, a Notary Public, this day, and deposes and says: That for the past year or so he was afflicted with weakness, trembling, heart failure, extreme nervouaneae, headache and general debility; that he has consulted with physicians and received no benefit. He was persuad ed by a friend to. try a sample bottle of Dr. Wheeler's Nerve Vitalizes and he says that the trembling and nervous feeling was Immediately stopped by Its use. Afterwards he used two bottle of the same medicine and says he Is entirely cured and free from that trembling sensation; his heart gives him no trouble and he sleeps well. He further says that his general health la much better, and that he Is calling the attention of his neighbors and friends to the remarkable value of Dr. Wheeler's Norve Vitalizes " Signed', W. WINDECKSEOK. Sworn to and subsarlbed before mo, a Notary Public for Muskegon county, State of Michigan. JAMES MORRISON. • For sale by Ben Fisher, Druggist. Consecration of JMshop While, John Hazen White .will today be consecrated, at St. Paul's Episcopal church, Indianapolis, bishop of this diocese. The consecration, in charge of Bishop Tuttle of St. Louis, will occur at 11 a. m. Bishops Glllespie of Grand Rapids, Mich., and Leonard of Cleveland, Ohio, will assist in the ceremonies, and the presenters will be Bishops Gilbert of St. Paul ;and NIcholeon of Milwaukee. The ser mon will be preached by Bishop Me Laren of Chicago. Among the dig nitarles expected to be present are Bishops Vincent of Cincinnati, Whitehead of Pittsburg, Hale of Cairo and Dudley of Louisville. Dlmfiosos. La grippe ia confouiided by many persons with a severe attack of catarrh, which In some respects resembles the former. These individuals suffer severely with pain about the forehead, eyes and ears, with soreness in throat and stoppage of the nasal passages and in fact, are incapacitated for work of any kind for days at a time. Thess aro oatarrhal sufferers. Ely's Cream Balm has been used with the best results in such cases. The remedy will give Instant relief. O'Connor Acain Tarns Up. Wra. O'Connor, who was last seen by the Logansport policemen, walking in a northerly direction, carrying an unwieldy »atchel filled with A. P. A. literature and some of his own lee- tures. besides other papers to indi oate his probable insanity, was arrested Saturday at Oakwood, 111., for raising a disturbance. The dispatch says that it is thought William is crazy. William will be remembered as the man who attempted to close his career by hanging in his cell at the county jail. _ Backlcn'a Arnica Salve. The best salve in the world for outs bruises sores, ulcers, salt rheum lever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and all skin eruptions, and positively cures piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded. Price 25 cents per boy. For •ale by B. F! Keesling. - ^ Hammock! lor the Millions. Call at George Harrison's, 617 Broadway, and see the largest line ot hammocks in the city. Prices, from forty cents up. In the Furrow-Thorn"* J action and William Tucker Accused of ruins' Cliaa. Weena' Plow. Thomas Jackson and 'William Tucker were last evening arrested by. Detective Silas Morgan and Deputy Sheriff Smith and taken to the county all, arriving there at 6 o'clock. When ,he young men were taken, on the strength of an affidavit and information filed yesterday morning by Iharles W. Weeks, a farmer living on Jaber'e prairie, They were engaged In the ordinary pursuit of furrowing tbe face of mother earth with a plow, and the instrument in quettion was one claimed by Mr. Weeks. Mr. Weeka took charge of the plow and conveyed It to his home, and the officers took the two young tollers In tow. The alleged theft occurred two weeks ago. Messrs. Jackeon and Tucker will be expected to square themselves before the Caes circuit court today. THEY WERE TAKEN TWELVE KILLED. Another Horror : Occurs on Inter- oceanic Eailway in Mexico, Mlpe& llolnmn'* America'* «r«nte»»« Bog and 1'ouy Show. Will give the grandest entertain: ment ever seen in Lopansport at the lorner of Hl«h and Tenth streets, three nighta beginning Monday May 6th. Those who see Sipe & Dolman'a Dog and Pony Show go away in a state of bewilderment. •' It is marvelous and most amuslne to eoa the animals perform their parts. Until seen no would believe that so much Intelligence could be awakened in dumb brutes. No such thing baa been seen, before'in this city or elsewhere, excepting as in Sipe & Dolman'8 combination. It is the event of a lifetime to see such a show and the prices are so low that noone can afford to miss it. Children, 10 cents; adults, 20 cents. Matinee Wednesday at 8:45 p. m. Old Cam and Shooft, Old tin cans and eust-off shoes found In back yards and vacant lots are made a, great source of profit to some people. The exclusive right to rake over asb heaps and garbage piles dumped by contractors is one eagerly sought by Italians in the business. A wagon load of cans sells for six or eight dollars. They are bought by firms who melt them for the tin and solder. The tin and solder thus saved are used ' in making new cans. The iron saved is recast' into sash weights. Old shoes and bits of leather are also utilized with profit. They are valuable for the'manufacture of lamp black, and Italians make a pood deal of money from their collec : tion and sale. -^ Celebrated Their Silver Botrotlml, An engaged couple in Berlin recently celebrated their "silver betrothal.'" £he two lovers pledged their troth in the early part of December of the year 1SOO. The young lady's aunt, however, threatened to cut her off with a shilling if she dared to ge\, married. Consequently, the loving couple had to forego the" prospect of a speedy marriage. Still they remained true to their pledge, and not long ago the obdurate aunt departed this life, but by desire of the intended husband the wedding waa postponed to enable the couple to celebrate the twenty-fifth anniversary of their betrothal. -- ill Free. Those who have used Dr. Klnp's New Discovery know Its value, and those who have not, have now the opportunity to try it free. Call OD the advertised druggist and get a trial bottle free. Send your name and address to H. E, Bucklen & Co.,-Chicago, and get a sample box of Dr. King's New Life, pilla free, as well as a copy of Guide to Health and Household Instructor, free. Allot which is guaranteed to do yon good and coat nothing. For sale at B. F. Keesling'a drug atore. Gambling Muit Stop. CLETELAJTD, 0., AprU 30.-Tbe police authorities issued an order to the effect that all poolrooms, policy shops, gambling houses and every place where games of chance are run must be closed at once. The nickel-in-the-slot machines are not exempted^ How'* This! •We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward loranj case ot Catarrh that caimot be cured by Hall' C&tarrb Cure. ' • F. J. CHENEY ft CO., Props., Toledo, 0. We, the undersigned, have known f. I. Chene; for the last 15 years, ana bellere him perfectly honorable la all business transactions and flnan dally able to carry out any obligation made by their firm. •WBST & TBCAI, Wholesale Druggists. Toledo, 0 WALBDIO, KDJSAK & MARTI*, Wholesale Drag gist. Toledo, 0. Hall's Catarrh Care Is taken Internally, actlni directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces o tnetygtem. Frlee Too per bottle. Soldbj a druggists. Testimonials free, Too Do«'t Hire to Swear Off says the St. Louis Journal of Agrloul hire in an editorial about No-To-Bao the famous tobacco habit cure. "W know of many cases cured by No.To Bao, one, a prominent St. .Louis arch Iteot. smoked and chewed for twent; years; two Doses cured him 10 tha the smell of tobacco makes him 11 No-to-Bac sold and guaran teed by B. F. Keesling, druggist. N< cure no pay. Book fiea. Sterling Remedy Co., New York or Chicago. " 3I*xlnlntelc«e Cottace for Sale. Eleven room cottage, 100 feet lake front; will give a bargain. See dla gram at the Journal office. W. B. B0BFOHD, Indianapoll*. Train Jumps the Temematla Curve, Where Nearly 100 People Were Recently Killed. • CITY or MEXICO, April 30.—Another n-reck on the Interoccanic railroad is reported to have occurred at Teme- matla, the scene of the recent disaster >y which nearly 100 passengers lost heir lives: Details have <not as •ef been ' received from the wreck, ml it is known that-a freight train, urnped the track and it is said that the aumber killed is twelve, with several more injured. The scene of the disaster is at .the same curve which not only aused the Temematla catastrophe, but a number of small wrecks attended with oss of life. Children Bornod to Death. Aicmso-v, Kan,, April 30.—The, two children of Stanford Kimley, a farmer, aged 3 years and 15 months rcspective- y, were burned to death in a frightful manner Tuesday. The house caught on fire during -the absence of Mr. Kimley and the children were burn.ed to a'crisp. There was no fire in the stove at the time and it is supposed the oldest child fired the building- while playing with matches. :\Bo" Heroine Burned. CBOOKSTOX, Minn., April 30.—The residence of George Denniston on "Maple Lake was burned Monday niorn- ng and his aged parents lost their ives. They were sleeping upstairs, uud Mrs. Denniston, Sr., came down ind woke the family, who escaped. She then went back to assist her husband, who was blind. The roof fell in, jurying both in the ruins. ' DECLARE FOR SILVER. Ml.nourl D«mocr<»t» Adopt a KcnolntloD •Which M»y Cauno Confusion. ST. Louis,' April 30.—A special from Jefferson City, Mo., says: Thirty-five of the fifty-eight democratic members of the house of representatives met in caucus at a late hour Monday night and adopted the following resolution: ••Resolved, That wo, tho flomocnitlo mem- bes of the houso of. representatives, thirty- oiRhth Konoral nssemUly, fnvor the free coinage of silver at a rutlo ot ID to 1." The vote on the resolution stood yeas, 22; nays, 0; not voting, 4. An effort was made to have the body adjourn as a caucus and vote as an assembly of individual democrats, but those who had caused the caucus to be assembled voted the proposition down and bound the members to the caucus action. The whole trend of the caucus was to precipitate a discussion- which will probably result in a state convention. Free Pills. Sand your address to H. E. Bucklen & Co.,-Chicago, and get a free sample box of Dr. King's Now Life Pills. A trial will, convince you of their merits These pills are Jeasy in action and arc particularly effective in the cure o constipation anil sick headache. For malaria and liver troubles they have been proved invaluable. They are guaranteed to be perfectly free from every deleterious substance and to be purely vegetable. They do not weaken by their action, but by giving tone to stomach and bowels greatly Invigorate the system. Regular size 25c per box. Sold by B. F. Koesllng, druggist. ^ - Mrs. M. IT. Arnold, of Indianapolis took five bottles of Lemon Laxative and is pernwnently cured of Headache, Backache and Constipation. She advises ladies to try a fifty cent bottle. iiat Tired Feeling Insurance, • a certain indication of impur* and Impoverished blood. If your blood could always be rich and pure, full ot the red corpuscles upon which its vitality depends, yon. would n«ver be weak, or Narvous! Boils, pimple*, Bcrofnla, suit rheum, would never trouble you. But •onr mode of living, shut in all winter in poorly ventilated homes and shops, depletes the blood and there ii loss of appetite, and weaknen. Hood's Sawa- parilLn is the standard remedy for this condition. It purifies, vitalize* and enriches the blood, overcome* that tired feeling, builds up the .nerve* and gives perfect health. Read this: "Our daughter, Blanche, when four years of age had a humor break out on her hands and face, which our physician pronounced eczema. If the cold air reached her face or hands they would swell-up, look almost purple, and headed blisters would form and break, Loans, S. M. CLOSSON, 1 . 319 Pearl rtreet. Have You Kidney Trouble? Have You Throat Trouble? Have You Rheumatism? Have You Bladder or Urinal Trouble? TRY "SAN-JAK." Sold by BBS FIBHEB. Dnujglst. CKICAOO, March ", 18W. BR BUHHMAJJ, CHICAGO. MT DKAK diH-My attention was first called to S UWAK lart year In .the case of Captain J.M, Broslus. »t Torre Haute, fad., wUo was MfAeked minis City with acute nephrltu and cystitis (In- flinTmil OQol tbe bladder and kldneyB). l&n irescrlblog tbe usual remedies wltnout avail San- Jak was suswsted, and th» Improvement was so marked auer tbe flrst dose, and a complete core Suowed so speedily, that I at onca commenced an InVestlraUoa ol 1« merits and Have since[prescribed it ID almost every fcnowa lorm of kidney Madder, uretbril. vaginal and catarrhal troubles, folwwed IQ eich Instance by tea happiest results. A case o: enoresls(lnvolantary flow ol! Mine) in myown family waa rerymucli Improved by » few doses, and radically cored In less tnan a week Krom practical experience In a numoer of bad S-Woflsucorr&oealamfreetosayttiat t have •foondnoremedj.ttiatlseqailtoSiN-JAK. And wallet nave never before given a professional ludorsemeot to H proprietary remedy, I iay nnnesltatlnzly and without reserve tbat l con- gwer sSr-J.DC » veritable boon to humanity and after appLrtng It to the surest professional tests, Sn say with coafldenee, 1C U batter cnan it is re- ""ishallconttnnB to prescribe It In all cisea of aenlto-urtnaryorcatarrnal troubles, in prefec- enoe to all otner known remedies, it a >rav* TOXIC, SAtfJiK can ba relied npjn lUraad entirely. Tb9 delldoas taste of cba Jedldne is also In Its favor. In Drescrlbto? it for cilldren. I am at present using SAN-JiK as an alterative !n sBn dtseasas. and In severi cases o[ Tronic eczam» bavu yielded so rflidllj to Jtt In- HBenca that I sbaU continue to use, It In slini^r. flBencaui.u u wm m93t ^ tte Discharging * watery fluid, and th» burning mnd itching xvould drive her neailj wild. Unless vr« incased her Uttte hands she would tear patchea cf »ldn from her face and hand*. We tried many doctors and many remedie* and at last gave the caao up an hopcleM. But our daughter Cora tried Hood 1 * S»map»rill4, to cur* • scrofulous lump near the left brea»t which c*u»ed her much pain and after taking-4 bottle* It disappeared. Blanche, vrao is r.ow eleven, had spent seven years ol suffering, «o I concluded to give her Hood 1 ! Samapoiilla. She took G bottle* and her face is smooth and soft as a baby's, the . color of a rose petal. Her hand* ar» soft and white, where four month* ago they were blue and red and calloused nearly like leather. I cannot exprese my gratitude by pen or month. It see'ms a miracle and our friends are surprised." MRS. ANMA L. CLARK, 401 E. 4thSt..Duluth,Mlaa. H • If] I N: B. • Bo sure to get Hood's and only Hood's. FOOLESONO BROS. Undertakers and Embalmers And Ratall Dealers In FURNITURE s Of all Kindjand UPHOLSTERING. 424 BROflDWftY. Calls Promptly Attended to Day orlNijht. Phone No 99. 1GYCLES, ARE THE HIGHEST OF ALT HIGH GRADES. ..Warranted Superior to any Bicycle Bdtt: ". in tbe World Kegsjdlesi ot.Price. BulJt and euarnnteed by tbe Indiana BlwaJJ Co., a Million Dollar corporation, WDOM bona » asifoodaitdold. Do not buy a wbeel nntU )OT have seen tbe WAYKBLEY. : Catalogue free. Good agents wanted In every town. Scorcher2libs,,$85 , ..... Indiana Bicycle Co., Indianapolis, Ind., U.S. A 1 (Signed) 6*0. W. SXTDIH, M. D. , •• Cnleaio, m. DMG&IST See The Specialists For Chronic and Private Diseases and Deformities. Diseases of Women treated by the new electrical, method that ha» Don'i lorgei mm, WIBI* vapor treatment for all Chronic Long Troubles K ets the remedies to the diseased spots and cures wheii everything else fails. Call acd investigate anyway. It cost* you nothing for consultation. Drs. CHristopner & Longenecker, AtiTbe Medical and Surgical Institute. 417 Market St, - - Logansport. In* ^ 1 '**j Not Samples! Of what you don't want but a fuil stock of Desirable Shoes At WftLKER & RflUOH. Where quality is our first object at prices tojf make them GO. "A FAIR FACE MAY PROVE A FOUL BARGAIN." MARRY A PLAIN GIRL IF SHE USES SAPOLIO

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