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GOLDEN DISCOVERY. The invention of Dr. R. V. Pierce, chief •consulting physician to the Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute, at Buffalo, N. Y., has, during the past thirty years, made ,1 record in the cure of bronchial, throat and lunsr diseases that fairly entitles it to out- Tank all other advertised remedies for these -affections. Especially has it manifested its potency in curing consumption of the lungs. Not every case, but we believe Fully 98 Per Cent. of all cases of consumption, in all its earlier staires, are cured by Dr. Fieree's Golden .Medical Discovery, even after the disease ;ha3 progressed so far as to induce repeated :bleedinffs from the lungs, severe lingering cough with copious expectoration (including tubercular matter), great loss of flesh .and extreme emaciation and weakness. Do you doubt that hundreds of such cases -reported to us as cured by "Golden Medical Discovery " wtrc genuine cases of that dread and fatal disease ? You need not take /our word for it. They have, in nearly every instance, been so pronounced by the best . and most experienced home physicians, who have no interest whatever m misrepresenting them, and who were often •strongly prejudiced and advised against :a trial of "Golden Medical Discovery," \but who have been forced to confess .that it surpasses, in curative power over this fotal malady, all other medicines with which they are acquainted. Nasty cod- liver oil and its filthy "emulsions" and mixtures, had been tried in nearly all these ..cases and had either utterly failed to bene- :fit or had only seemed to benefit a little for a short time. .Extract of malt, whiskey, and various preparations of the hypophos- phites had also been faithfully tried tn vain. The photographs of a large number of those cured of consumption, bronchitis, lingering coughs, asthma, chronic nasal • catarrh and kindred maladies, have been skillfully reproduced in a book of 160 pages which will be mailed 10 you, on receipt of address and six cents in stamps. You can then write those cured and learn their experience. . Address for Book, WORLD'S DISPENSARY .MEDICAL ASSOCIATION. Buffalo, N. Y. D. W. TOMLINSON. 5&EAL ESTATE bought and sold.' MONET loaned on reasonable terms, •OFFICE 400 Broadway, 2d floor. Entrance on 4th Street. KKOE<;ER & STRAIN, Undertakers and Embalmers, 613 Broadway. £ J.M. M'KINSEY. General Fire, Life and Accident Insurance. Money to Loau io Small Amounts. 413 BROADWAY. J. B, COUCH, iPraciical Plumter & Gas Fitter Job Work u Specliilty. All Orders Promptly AttetuleOtoo. All Work G unruntood. 414 WALfc STltEET. DR. F. M. BOZKR'S DENTAL PARLORS. ~- -r State National'Bank, Logansport, Ind. S. W. BROWN. Loan, Real Estate, and Insurance Agency.- Moner to loan In any amountund on easy terms. Desirable fnmi and cltj properly'lor snle, Insur- nnce placed Ac. Ofllce Justice block, front loom; upstairs. Dn E. H. Grace, DENTAL PARLORS, 316 Market St, New Metis In GoU Crown and Bridge Work. DAILY JOURNAL SUNDAY MORNING. MAY 12 Girl wanted at 224 3el River avenue. MoKeen's steam laundry—good work Otto Kraua says now it's shoes. See advertisement. Girl Wanted—At 216 Eighth street. No washing. Good wagps. You must appreciate Otto's liberality at this time and upon an advancing market. See advertisement. Our annual rush cm parasoU and umbrellas has commenced. Quality *nd low pricea always • rule at the Trade Palace. A small party of young people was pleasantly entertained .Friday night by Miss Grace Wlnklebleck' at her borne on Pear! street.. That scrofulous taint which has been in your blood for years, will be expelled by taking Hood's SarsapailUa, the great blood purifier. You know that Duncan Clark's Female Minstrels are the greatest en- tarUlneri abroad In the land. At the opera house Wednesday night. The regular meeting of the Young Men's Christian A»»OcJ.atton will be kddreaied by Rev. H. A. Perolral. Subject: "Instance! from the Life of Absalom," All men are Invited. A POST MASTER ARRESTED. JohB W. Bcare Broncbt Her* From l>l»co, Fulton CoBBty. and Bound Over to tfte H. »• District Court. John W. Beare postmaster at a village in Fulton county designated on the maps as Disco, has been arrested by U. S. deputy marshal Jerry Collins on an affidavit and Information filed by the U. S. postofflce inspector, Wm. T. Fletcher, who alleges that Beare Is short $373 in his accounts. The prisoner was flrst taken to Wabaeh to the nearest U. S. oommis. sioner.but that officer was not at home and the case was brought before com. mlssioner Funk In this city yesterday -mornlig. Beare waived examination, and was bound over to the D. S. district court at Indianapolis. His bond was fixed at |1,000 and on hU failure to furnish the required security, he was taken lo the capital city. Postmaster Beare Is a man of family and his case is one that will at least excite compassion. The alleged shortage is aaid to have occurred in January. The postmaster reported thai an alleged Inspector giving the name of Sanderson had taken up 1850 at ihe Disco ofBoe. " This report naturally started an Investigation, as inspectors have BO legal right to take up the government funds. An exam-« iaalion of Postmaster Beare's accounts, so Inspector Fletcher saya, showed a shortage of $378. His arrest followed." Beare claims he was victimized. _ A* »o P/OMervinsc Shade Tree*. A theory has been advanced to the effect thai cement sidewalks are Indirectly responsible for the withering and dying condition of many beautiful shade trees in (he olty, it being claimed the surface of the pavements throws off an Intense and parching heat In hot weather, and at the same time prevents the tree from drawing from the earth beneath it, the nourishing Ingredients that go to make up the trees' life and beauty. A. H. Me- Donald makes the statement that the death of so many trees results from Improper protection from the smiles of the sun. The branches sent out to shade the tree bodies are those which are lopped oft to allow the pedestrians to walk erect without having their high hats brushed from their heads. When these branches are removed the trunks of the trees should be encased In straw garments. Sunday Bane Ball. A good game of ball will be that this afternoon at tho Driving Park between Elwood and Logansport. The visitors are said to be able to put up a very strong brand of ball but the local players are confident that they can win from them. The batting order will be as follows: XLYTOOD POSITIONS. LOOANSTOItT. .It.. Wood Powell ........... Simpson 1 { Brown c Tunnlce 1st D May ..^ ............ LeManters Kxcurilon to Honlli Bend. The Vandalla line will run a special passenger train to South Bend Thursday May 16, leaving Logansport at 1 o'clock p. m. and returning leave South Bend at 11:30 p. m. This train will be under' the management of St. John's commandery, Knights Templar, .and they wish as many of their friends and npeople who would like to see South Bond and her great factories and. various enterprises to join them. Fa.ro for the round trip for Knights Templara and for the public generally only $2. -The IiO«t Friday night will witness the return engagement of William Morris in "The Lost Paradise." This very clever plooe from the pea of H. C. DeMllle was seen in our theatre last September and made such a lasting impression that Manager Patterson has arranged to play it again and no doubt Mr. Morris will be greeted by a packed house. A PHy»leI»« Insane. Dr. Perry Bowser, formerly of Logansport has been declared insane at Elwood, and will be placed in the Eastern asylum at Richmond. Dr. Bowser was a specialist in the curing of the morphine habit, and it is said he had contrasted the desire for that fatal drug while curing the habit In others. A liarn Burned. Barney ;Stolz' barn at No. 1021 Twenty-first was burned Friday. The loss was considerable, consisting of three sets of harness, a buggy, and a quantity of meat. The building was insured for $150 and the contents for |75. The origin of the fire was not known. At 2:30 p. m. today at the German Lutheran church, the funeral of the child of Mr .'and Mrs. Frank Buerger ot Hamilton Height* will be conducted by the Bar. Tlrmeniteln. f'. P. A.SotfS At the fifth annual State convention of the (Indiana division held in Indlanapolla last Satur__^ day Post F was not so well represented aa it should have been. Most all the posts throughout the State were provided with free transportation and in eome instances special trains, and for "the reason that we did not receive tnis favor quite a number of our most loyal members did not attend. Those that did are loud In their praise of the hospitalities extended by the T. P. A. and the C. T. A. of Indianapolis. The day was profitably spent In transacting business that adds to the advancement of the profession. The officers elected for one y«ar were: President—L. M. Hopewell. Secretary-Treasurer—W. S. Duen. wig. Directors-—0. R. Denny, R. L. Mo- Grew, C. R. Dufflu, all from Post (i, Terre Haute, Delegate to National Convention— Poot F. George D. Ouster, Sr.; alternate, I. M. Qulgley. The ladles present from Post F, were the Mesdames Qulgley. Foster, Wilken, Custer and Booth, and Miss Sadie E. Cuater. NOTES, Fourteen Posts were represented with a membership of over 1,200, Clark Taylor, Joe Reitemler and Geo D. Custer, sr., were members of committees. Will Uhl and John Alber were prominent among the Logansport delegation. The delegation from Marlon were clever people and did their beat but the boys go to Richmond In 1896. BIG DAMAGES TO BE PAID. Tlie Fan Handle Willing; to Settle With ADBOU Wolcotl For S 15,8*7.35. The latest developments in the famous suit for damages of Anson Woloott vs the Pan Handle railway company indicate that Wolcott will receive his judgment, which now amounts, with aocured Interest, to $15,867.35. The defendant has notified Wolcott's attorneys that an appeal will not betaken to the U. S. Supreme court, and that the judgment and coats will be paid within ten days. Tbe case was the first of ita kind, and was brought to recover damages alleged to have arisen from tho alleged refusal of the Pennsylvania company to furnish transportation for the plaintiff's grain. Bed 31 til—SI O lice. Ail members of Wea Tribe, No. 170 are requested to meet at their wigwam Sunday morning at 10 o'clock, to attend services at the 'Unlversallat church. A, BENBO, Sachem. 67 Pounds of Granulated » Sugar FOR $1.00 Well we don't sell sugar, and sugar's got nothing to do with our business, but wouldn't you consider that cheap for sugar? You certainly would, but it ain't a bit cheaper than we sell SAMPLE-*-* •SHOES Children's tarn or black Ox* or ** Clippers, cheap at 75c. f7Q rt Ladies' Oxford Slippers, the I (l (I same as you pay $1.25 for. Men's ball shoes, warranted solid and good. QA 00 *^ e ^' ^ ne ^* button ihl /U oes, "warrantedgood or T" UV no pay. That's tha way we sell everything IN EVERY TRANSACTION THEY WILL EDIT. The LidUB of Trinity Church Will iBme m Memorial Day Xamber of the Saturday Xleht Bevlew. And still theoomlng woman comes. Sha has issued newspapers in Other towns, and she can do it here in Logansport. Let no man dare doubt, above a whisper, that she can do it. She has the opportunity, the waste paper, and the paraphernalia necessary, and her energy has never for a second been questioned. Those who know a good thing will secure space early for ad vertUlog In the Decoration Day issue of the Saturday Night Review, which will kindly be turned over to the ladles Guild o! Trinity Episcopal church, by the Small Bros. The enterprising ladles are already at work oa the edition, soliciting ad. verttslng and preparing original matter for the great paper. The tender editor may be teen with disheveled looks and a far away look in her upper case eyes meditating on some abstruse and all-soaking question while the flat-Iron held with dreamy nonchalance, leavbs a large coffee-colored, Irretrievable wrong on the front breadth of the fastidious daughter's summer dress. The bashful and self- conscious patent medicine advertising agent will fall back in embarrassment If he sees the ad-sollcttorof the "Com- Ing Woman" press gang on the road with her eccentric space map and her newly-acquired vocabulary of unintelligible technical expressions at the tip of her muslcproduoing 1 tongue. Therfi will ba those Inclined -to scoff and say that the ladles will write such matter as la generally and cruelly charged to bloominggrad- uates, and gushing spring and summer maidens. These witless ecoflars will be fooled. It Is not saying too much to state that Mr. Bort Small and the contributing etafE of the spicy, always entertaining Review, will have to scratch most vehemently to get out issues of that paper in the weeks fol lowing the venture of the ladles, that will favorably compare with their product. The ladlea will handle the type, tbe shears, the pencil, the column rule, the brush, the proof sheets and tbe whole concern, and they will not ask a single trousered know-it..all for a half a stick full of advice. May Smith Bobbins, who is starring In the musical comedy "Little Trixle" is fast gaining recognition as one of the mpst versatile soubrettes now before the public. She is said to be one of the gre&teat dancers in America, and her comedy' work is far above tbe average In its quaint humor and charming artlossness. The play is bright, breezy and funny, and at the same time refined, interesting and pleasing. At the opera house lues- day night- A Buttle Scirred Veteran. Nearly every one in Medina Co.. Ohio, knows Stephen Rolpb, of River Styx, the one legged veteran, who lost his leg at Winchester, Va., March 23, 1862. In all probability the exposure and privations of army service, the effects of which are felt as they grow older by nearly all old soldiers, were the cause of the serious nervous prostration and sleeplessness of which ComradeRolph complained. He says: "People hereabouts know me pretty well, but you cau tell others that I was down for about six months with nervous prosrtation and sleeplessness for which I tried various doctors and medicines, but Dr. Wheeler's Nerve Vitalizsr has done me more good than all the doctoring I had done. The firs t bottle gave me such relief that I have uied several and feel almost restored to my former good healtb-" Dr. Wheeler's Nerve Vltalizer can be relied upon by tny one who are suffering from nervous troubles,.sleeplessness, etc. LI all tired out and run down, you need a reliable nerve and system tonic and health restorer as this remedy la. Sold in Logansport by Ben Fisher, druggist, and by all dealers everywhere. Ton can always find pretty ilipperi atStaTenton AKliniick's. FOB THE THIRD SUCCESSIVE . / HatunUy JKl«ht the ia«ht» Failod- The City Electricians More ThM Ever or the OpUlon That tbe Wlrei are Belac TMHp«red WHh. The chairman of the electric light committee and the olty electricians are more than ever of the opinion that some one Is tampering with the wires of the city's electric light plant. For the third successive Saturday night, at a time when the builnesi houses of the city that use tbe city's lights need them the moil, the city's incandescent lights were again extinguished. Twice last eight, with an Interval of but a few minutes, the lights were extinguished remaining out In each Instance only a minute or less. Not because one machine Is not sufficient to supply the present demand but for the purpose of proving beyond question that there was no lack of aupyly, two machines were running last night at the city's electric light station, each with a capacity of 1,200 lights, or 2,400 lights in all. While between 1,800 and 1,400 lights have been put In by the city, there ha»e never been more than between 300 and 900 In use at one time. Anticipating irore trouble, new fuses and all necessary appliances were placed close at hand. Assistant olty electrician Cueter watched the ammeter close!). At the time the lights were first exiinguished it indicated but 42 amperes or between 800 and 900 lights burning. Quick as a flisb the hand of vbe indicator swept past the Go ampere mark, which Is the highest tbe ammeter registers, and going beyond struck a resistance pin. A new fuse was Immediately put In and the Hgbts were burning again in lebs than a minute, the lodlcawr hand again returning to tbe 42 ampere mark. \ fev? minutes later tbo band wag again jUlurb^d in ihe same manner as before. Another fuse wae put in and there was no more disturbance. The city electricians stale lhat tbe trouble was caused by a abort circuit and they are more than ever of the opinion that the wires are being tampered with on Saturday nights by some malicious person. Waau to Be Alone. Mary Kendall would lead one to think, by her actions that she would not be overwhelmed with lonesomeness if Omer Kendall should,,.for all time, be separa'ed from her. Omer, she alleges, through Magee & Funk, her attorneys, has treated her, his wife, cruelly, and haa desarted her. She asks for a divorce. ADDITIONAL ITEMS. Our special prices will be continued for a few days—Harry Frank. Don't think of missing the Female Minstrel show on Wednesday' night. The entertainment will be of tho rarest kind. A June wedding has been announced. John Kllng and Miss Lizzie Sohlo*s are the prospective principals, and the event will occur early in the month. Judge M. Winfiold has recently purchased a cottage and grounds at Lake Maxlnkuckee. The ground purchased has a frontage of 400 feet on the lake. Mr. and Mrs. O. J. MoCormlck are preparing to open a green house on the West Side, at the rear of their residence, on Helm • street. The buildings are now almost finished. Albert Frennell, the bar tender, who hue been suffering several days at the county iall Irom the effects of the ex, ceaslve use of liquor, was worse last night, and finally became unmanageable. He was placed in a cell for safe keeping. The opinions of two or three experts will be asked by the county commis* •loners before they make a move toward advertising for bids on the Market street bridge. Among others, chief engineer Lincoln of the Wabash will be consulted. A runaway started yesterday at the front of Johnston's drug store. Tho horse was owned by liveryman Jamea O'Donnell and had been left unhitched by the driver. The buggy was considerably damaged before the animal was caught. Bessie Horn, tbs t»elve.ye*r-old daughter Of Mr. aod M.«. George M. Horn of Bethlehem township, died yesterdty morning at 8 o'clock. The runeral will be held Irom tho residence today at 1 p. m. The barlal will be made at the Metea church cemetery. The D. S. commissioners over the State have recently been dividing with commissioner Van Buren at Indianapolis, the fees that for a time flowed Into his inside pocket. Under & ruling made a short-time ago, cases that come under federal jurisdiction are taken before the nearest U. S. commissioner. Instead ot going directly to Indianapolis. unnHunom. D OL&N'S OPKR* HOITSB. s. B. PATTERSON, r F A91KD OK AMT UKIOL'M AKClaJU UX Summer Prices—25,35 andoOc. Sale Opens Monday Moral»s at Johnston's, D OL.AN* OPKKA HOGKE 3. B. PATTKB5OX, TUESDAY, MAY Th« Talented Little Soubrette, MAY SMITH ROBBINS. ;| ,": '-^It- 5 Supported by her own organization, In tb« . : ..:,;| JIuslcal Protean Comedy. ; ;^i LITTLE TRIXIE. The Kv>wrn Cities. ,vl V.^/ '•" -'\: 1 ONE NIGHT ONLY. Wednesday. May I5th 1 Glorious Time. Duncan Clark's FAMOUS FEMALE MINSTRELS 3O Handsome Maidens. A Rare Event. A Racy Time. Foe; all the Boys. Don't Miss Them.; Prices as Usual. THE ILLS OF LIFE. A New Edition of ThU Knroou« Work on Fumlly Medicine Just Out. Thousands of households In all partt of the .United States will recognize Dr. Harlman'g Ills of Life as a house. hold blessing and guide. This little book bis gone through to aa untold number of families. Dr. Hartman hw lately revised and Illustrated thli book, which he now offers to hla many patients and patrons free oJ charge. It ia brim full of practical advice for tbe family and point* out a cure for many chronic and Intractable dlsoaeei. No family should be without the book. No person afflicted with any chronic aliment, of however long elauding or severe, should fall to read the book carefully. The illustrations given ot various parts of the human body convey to tbe mind of the average man the principal fncta of health and dleene. No book of it« size has ever been pub» llshed that contains so much valuable information of each practical every daj use. Name and -address should :;b« plainly written and the book will bo eontfree, posi-pald. The medicine For SprlnK- Take Pe-ru-na every spring for tbe. blood. It purlfleu and enrlcbei the blood, Invigorates the nerves, and regulates digestion. A course of Pe-ru-na protects the system against the depressing influences of tbe Aril; hot days of spring. It prevents dli* ease by fortifying the system. It ourei disease by cleansing the system. Send: for free book on spring diseases. Ad» drees Tbe Pe-ru-na Drug Manufacturing Company, Columbus, Ohio. For free book on cancer addreti Dr., Bartman, Columbue, Ohio. " ; Miutlnknekee Cottage for Hale. Eleven room cottage, 100 feet lakr front; will give a bargain. See dlsVv gram at the Journal office. W. B. BUEFORD, Indianapolis. ' Mrs. M. F. Arnold, of Indianapollm, .• took five bottles of I^eaion Laxative and is permanently cured of Headache, Backache and Constipation. She ad- • vises ladies to try a fifty cent bottle. ; $500 000 OFFERED. Bcmarkablc Success Jof a Foreigner.— # The History of Veno's Wondcrfld ; ?f| Bemedies.—Make Him a Mil- '. ~| litnalre In Seven Tears. •;;';& '..;'iii They *re Prescribed Dy Hundred* •*' vl PhTClcIanNin thU Countrr. ud .'-^ KecommeBded front tbe fnlplt. . ',-:$ • •••.-;•§ Since Wno came to thin country some two aud...r:3! a nail years ago, his remedle* have found o bom*.-.; r.% at every Srestde. Th« lact, alone, that they bm•'.••• '.,',J been adopted by hundreds of pbyslclaus In their •:.':a every day practice, if. perhaps toe greatest tau- <-&l antee as to their merit. Alanr reverend «cntl»-i v ,' 1 | men Have commended Highly Irom the pulpit-"'.S notablyamone them beln* the Her. G«o. Frt»->.vVS Jean, of tbe >C E. church, Xenla. 0 , and ihe Ber. •.•, \-i-A A. F. ilcSntt, Bradntr, O., also a Method!* -'^ clergyman. ...•.JAJ Before Veno left Europe, a syndicate of walthrftss gentlemen, seeing the great posslblllt)*s In th«8'.:ri«! remedies, made him an oll«r ot $WO.OOO.«0 for.,',$* hit entire buslnesa, ••"•'•yjffi The Veno Remedies are »old by . In tbe United States, with full Instructions lot ".". '' TESO'5C0RATIVESYHnp(50c a bottle). Is a-,,; positive cure for wealc stotnacn, dyspepsia, Uwr, Iddney, blood and nrtnarj troubles, uteeplewn***, W uoor aopetlw anrf general weakness, and whe« "used with VESO'S KLECTBIC FfcCID (50c a Dat-.S re), wfl] cant the worst and most desperate forms -;. of rheomadsm. icUflca. lombxt). paraljiU, (UX " joints, Deoralgls.aadsllacae(«ad palm.. •..•' TKSO-S LU.TO T05EC (50* a bottle).-• qntafc/.' and pAcmsDeat core tor Uuok(matl loo* trooMn uthmA, bronf&lcu, Booneoeit, and eooHis and ; cold*.- . . . ,, • . • - . . . • "";•••• i SoM by JobnMon. KeeiUoB mud-Ben. 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