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Almost Distracted THE RAILROADS The Western Freight Agreement To be Abolished: MUNCIE TO RICHMOND D ID YOU EVEl; suiTo: 1 frost reni ner- vouimjss? Wiiou every ucrve seemed to quiver with u peculiar, creepy fecllns, lirst In one phicc, and then anotbcr and :il 1 seemed tlnuliy to conccr.u-aie In a writhing Juraule in tlie brain, and you become irritable, fretful aud peevish: to bo followed by an impotent, wc:ii;encd condition of. the nervo centers, ringing in the s, aud sleepless, miserable nights ? .Mrs. Eugene Scarics, 110 SimouioE St.. E!t- Imr:, Ilia., say;; "Ncr- vou? troubles imd TEacie mo npa:-iy ir.sane and' physicians were unable tohciocie. Mymomory was 1 alines! pone and every little thing ••worried mo until I was nimoss clistr-ictea. I really feared I was ueeoa-.ing a maniac. I imagined all sorts of evil things and would cry over nothing. I commenced taking Dr. Miles' .Restorative Nervine and four bottles of this wonderful remedy completely cured mo, and 1 am as well now as 1 ever was." Dr. Miles 1 Nervine Is sold on guarantee, arsnoottloivill benefit or money refunded. General News of Railroads and Railroad Employes. HOT WEATHER, Au Easy AVisy to Keep Comfortable. JDr. Miles' Nervine . Restores Health Since the adjournment of the IIKIM-- state commerce commission investigation there -is a growing opinion among Wgh Chicago officials of Western roads that the Western Freight Association and thu Western Trunk line agree- mtm<te • .s-hcnild bo abolished and the iimiutenajiee of all i'.iK>s left with the commission. Boili agreements are to be thoroughly investigated by the commission ami may be declared illegal. The Chicago Great W.estern road will not now beeO'iuo a party to any association and with; Its ineiuvbor.shl.p no trullic organization covering its territory could succeed. By conducting their traffic affairs Independently each -road would be .In a position, it' necessary, to pre.Ci". 1 charges of rate cutting against 'Is competitors and the expanse of ma-iJita.ining large assodatio.Hk 1 ! would be obiviji.ti-d. THE Munson Typewriter Is a GoodjMachlne. SUIJVKVINO FOU A NEW IJO.OX A diifpatr-h last iiijrht from Mnsic'.e s:iy*: jjr. Charles RartilT, a fo'-mcr civil envvnicoi- for the ^ovenini<>:it. a'.id Geor,-e 0. Cromwell, until rccenlly M:Io[ the ]i"t.iir. ! ttfirs of the I.ndinna Tn-ti Works, have for several days iiec;i cm;- dlicii'iis .'i srViet survey for a railroad betv.'csn .Muncie and' Richmond. Mini it is liinied that the road ivili he .surveyed nortliwcwt of Mnncle to Mario:i cr .lonttfl/.cro. The freiiHi-nieu refuse to say anyt!iin..s except that it means a now niiliviiid and that East cm capital i.s bac-kin? Hit project. It .is likely ilint tbo roan -uHl he the iiiitch talked'•>!.' V'k Hint will L-IVC the Panhandle cnuipaii.v a swins; ut .\JutJCie factories, auj a more direct line between Cineinu,iti' aud Ch'- cago. cm -wiling with two divUIo',!? cT the com;i,'iny at the above nann.'d n-;-- rniiin'.s. Wi-.v rhe secrecy :,? a aiysrc.y. It fe only tlM'ongh food that the hu- mau 'body is sustained. Food makes good blood if ilt is properly digested. The proper operation of the organs of the body will be carried- on perfectly ns a rule if oue will -abandon' the habits oi' tobacco, whiskey, coffee,etc. Stomach quickly recovers iUelf and does Its work correctly. Th'ose who find-it hard to Rive np coffee can do so easily if they will use Postran Cereal in Its pkwe. This Js. :inade of pure -grains, but loolcs and smells llliO fine cofCoo, wMle Jt has only the elements of wheat, etc., which "are howrlshiug imd fatteauug. Postirai Cereal Is eminently the drink Cor Jiot wcatlior as it contains all tho eloimjiits of food necessai-y for the body amd helps one stand -the -narvoiK strain ou the system during the h-ented term. TJiere a« but one sen-ulne orki.naJ Poslnm Cereal colfec, with a nnultl- tiule of hiTkafciions offered as "just as good." Mel-chants ,5ii.pplied by .T. T. Elliott & Son. TIME OF PEACE. War Department Actively at Work Strengthening Coast Defenses. Four Batterlc» ot Artillery to MB Quartered ut Fort Unacock, Sandy liook — To Be Ready for Any Emergency. BELL RINGS IF BANDITS COME. \Vest nitkdlson Street Jewelers Arrange a Novel Aliirm Iclt'ti. A West Madison street jewelry firm in Chicago lias solved the problem of protection against* bandits and b'.ir- glars. While the plan adopted favors somewhat of a return to tlie period of the. town hall bell, the use of electricity gives the plan modern associations. At the northeast corner of Morgan and Jladison streets, where Youngda-hl & Lilja have, been ru-nniug a jewelry business for eight' years, a bell about SO inches in diameter is fastened to the corner of the building 20 feet from tlie sidewalk and just beneath it, is a sign which reads: EURG-LAIl ALARM. This 13«1J Rlr.gs There Aro Roblx-rs. . ' It standard ol excellence. Manj users of the "Munson" consider It THE ,BEST. You nlH und It a valuable assistant in jour ol- nee. Address for particulars THE MUNSON.TYPEWRITER CO MANUFACTURERS. 240-244 Went Lake St., Chicago, 111. Greatest Discovery of the 19th Century. I)r, Teague'l NXW BIHIDY Medicated Air ' . For the Cure of Catarrh, Arthma and all Pulmonary Disease*, It tuu no enual lor Sick and Nervous Hi«d- ache, 1,000.000 people die annually from.tts abore Darned dloease*. Wbj rafter and die, when Medicated Me Is guaranteed to cure rou. V*dlc*t«d Air and Drug Co., Richmond, Ind., U. S, A. It li the best remedy on earth for L» t&ype. It will give Immediate, relief •i will fcffect a cure where all other •MMdlei fall. •old by B. F. Keeellng. THE I. L. & C. KOAD. Is probnblo- that the fate of the Xndkniapoli*, Lojra import 1 & 'Chicago railroad projw?t will be clociclcd within a week. It is said the ci.t-y oX Indianapolis •wonts a big price for the franchise required by Hie company, and it is also said Uio compnnrv. will not pay a. cent for the franchise. The claim is made that the. roads no\v un- tering Indianapolis • have many of them been given subsidies. and otlier inducements to lake them to the capital city, and that not oue of them has paid a cent for the •privilege of making Indianapolis one of tlielr touching points. The I. L. A: 0.. may bo asked to give ?50,000 to ?100,000 for the right to enter Indianapolis. RAILROAD NOTES. Born to Paniiandle Condiuotor and. Mrs: 1 Cory Berry, -a son. F. T, Hatch of the Yandlali Michigan division, spent Sunday here. ' Conductor Haines, who w.is shot 'by brokcman Firies ait Andrews, will be able to resume h.ls run on the Waibash within a month. STATE NATIONAL BANK .LOGANSPOKT, ®2OO,OOO J, F. Johnson, President 8, W. Ullery, Vie* Pr««ld«nt H. J. Holtbdnk, Cashier. DIRECTORS. t. T. Johnson. 3, W. UUery. J. T. Elliott .W. M. Elliott W. H. Snider. " Bay and «»!1 Government tioitfs. Loan •looey en personal security Mid collateral*. issue special certificates of deposits fcatrtns; t per cent Interest when left one r*ar: 3 P« r c * nt - P er » lmutn when dopos- itod six months. Boxes In Bafety Deposit Vaults of this tank for the deposit of deeds, insurance IMUcles, mortgages and ether ralluablei, rented at from »5 to Jli r«r year. KROEOER & STRAIN, Undertakers &Embalmers. 610 BBOADWAT. There is more Catarrh In this section of the country than all other diseases put -together, and until the last few years It) was . supposed to be Incurable. For a great many years doctors pronounced it a local disease, mud prescribed local remedies, and by constantly falling to cure with local treatment, pronounced It incurable. Science has proven catarrh to be a.constlrutlonal disease, and therefore requires constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J'. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, Is the only constitutional cure on the market. It Is taken Internally >n dosos from 10 drops to a teaspoonful. It acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. They offer one hundred dollars for any case it folia to cure. Send for circulars and testimonials. Address F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. Sold by Druggists,. 75c. ' CHAS.L.WOLL, :-: UNDERTAKER " N*. 417 Market Street. Calls attended to promptly, day or ' . .. . Onion and Mutual telephone*., ee, No. 16; Residence, No. 12L , A' century ago there -was : not n.imlie 'Ot telegraph or. telephone ?wlre .in .existence, not a foot' of railway, .nor 'a .steamship Subscribe for The Journal. BAXD CONCEHTPROGKAM. The following is the program to be given tonight at Spencer park by'the Military; band: . • March, "10th Regiment" Hall Selection, "Wang" '.,:..... .Morse Overture, "Silver Wedding" ..' Schlepegrell Fcntaslo, Comet Solo ..'...,-Arban Selection, "Poet and Peasant"., .Suppe .ey's Woddlng".. •. ........ .Bees lean Overture" :.......Catllu ! ot Journal March".,.... .Wright Cramer; director.' - •'•; The tongue of the bell is on a circuit which carries, tire electrical current from eight batteries of ordinary si/e>, and when the current is on the resonant tones -of the bell will carry a distance of a quarter of a mile. In the interior of the store, which Js barely 30 feefdeep, are 14 buttons under tlie counters and desks and in nn-' expected places where they may be touched with the foot, while the hands nrc pointed heavenward and the eyes are looking into the awful depths of a revolver barrel. Once the button ! s touched the current is on, and the be. 1 ! begins its appeal for assistance ami cannot be stopped 1 until the current is cut off. The plan is not only, effective during the day, but,at night. If the front or back door is opened at • night.the current is on and the bell will sound an alarm. Th-e doors of the safe arc protected by a heavy piece of wood, which, if removed, will start the bell ringing. ... The plan, of the alarm is not patented, and Mr. Youngdahl, who is the inventor, does not seek to gain anything but protection. It wasithe numerous hold-ups in .his vicinity' that awakened in him n determination to flnd some means of protection, and, being something of : an electrician, he worked onl this plan. He expects to-make a connection with the Desplaines street police station or a patroj box fn'tt? vicinity. TORPEDO LOST BY THE INDIANA Disarrangement of Mechanism Ilnrlnflr Fraction the Came. "Lost—From, the battleship Indiana, In the lower bay, one automobile Whitehead torpedo. Liberal thanks to any one who will give information lead ing to; its recovery/' Such is an advertisement that migh' Lave been inserted in the newspapers were the rules governing the -publication of suo.h losses less stringent than they are;. The torpedo was lost from thie_ battleship one day recently The power division on that day. was called for torpedo practice, and, under supervision, of Lieut. John C. Fremont a new Wliitehead torpedo, invoiced to the ship at $2,500, was launched from tho port forward torpedo tube. A dummy head was fitted in place of the service head,- which is armed with detonators, and an impulse cUarge of four ounces of powder sent .the missile plunging overboard. Down the bay and some 500 yards distant, the torpedo was expected to run: But it did not. Through some disarrangement of the mechanism the propelling, machinery was not set in motion- when the torpedo struck the water, and instead <*f darting forward after submersion, rose-to the surface once, and then slowly sank. The torpedo was charged to a pressure of 1,100 pounds with compressed air. When questioned about the .loss officers of -tile battleship said thn.t a diligent search had been made for the torpedo, but .without. success. It was sighted off the bell buoy one .night, by the pilot of a Staten Island ferry boat A steam launch was hurried to that locality, and the search light* of the battleship were Used, but without success, . ....'••,' . •. ,.'..' A New York Herald special from Washington says: Secretary Lainpnt has directed the quartermaster-general to proceed at once with the preparation of plans for the'con-striiction 'of quarters and barracks for the accommodation of four batteries of artillery at Fort Hancock, Sandy Hook. There is $100,000 that cnn be used from the general- appropriation for coast defenses for this purpose, so that work can be commenced as soon as the department can' get np the plans iuid make the necessary contracts. Further ostircotes will be made by the next congress for continuing the work. The Atlantic coast i.s to be favored with the largest expenditure of Mib appropriation made by congress for the fortifications oj! the coasts of the United States. The Gulf coast is second and the Pncific slope i.s third. • The secretary int<vi<ls to expend a large suru on New York harbor, in order that it niny be acleqiuitolv protected from attack. Some of the northern cities arfi also to receive attention, but the bulk of the monej' set aside for the Atlantic const is to be expended on-ICew York nhd cities south o[ it. Behind the secretary'? decision with regrtrd to the expenditure 1 of more money on the Atlantic and Gulf coasts than on the- Pacific slope is said to be the administration's desire to get tho country in readiness in ease of a. war with Spaiji. The- possibility of a conflict 'with this nntJon is ahvrys open, in view of the delicacy of tie Cuban question, and just <as tho navy department has been getting 1 its service in condition for on emergency, so is the war department turning 1 its attention to our eastern ami southern coasts for the purpose of affording them protection in case of trouble. It is not anticipated" by the authorities tha.t such a conflict will come, but they think it advisable to be in rcncliucss should an arise. BIG WOOL CLIP IN THE WEST. Over Eight MU!Ion Pounds to Go to the Knit. Ex-Senator T. C. Tower, president of the Montana State Wool Growers' a-sso- ciation, bus received advices confirming the announcements of the .sales of wool in the London ma-rket'-'at advances of 2.1 and 35 per cent, over the sales rondo in. the season of 1SOO. This has b*n of the greatest interest to the wool growers of Mohta.nn, "vho have been waiting for weeks for the advance, Which has not come. . They are. now selling small parts of their clip a,t. from 8 to 9'^. .cents H pound. Sales are few, however, at that price, and the bulk of the wool of the slat* 1 , amounting this soason'to over 0,000.000 p-omule, will be consigned a.nd stored.iji eastern warehouses. There arc now more than 3.000,000 pounds at Great Falls, Mont, and as much moreatother points.in,th state, while western 1 North Dakota bn about 2,000,000 pounds more in store a Dickinson and elseiwlicrc. This is th greatest clip ever known. ARMY ENLISTMENTS FEWER. Drawings of All Kinds Made by BYRON B. GORDON. Draughtsman & Patent Attorney. Spry Block. Logansport ALL RAIL ROUTE TO THE SEA. To Atlantic City Without Transfer via Pennsylvania Lines. By the opening of the Delaware River Bridge the Pennsylvania Lines Have become The only all rail route to Atlantic City and the seashore. Transfer of passengers and baggage at Philadelphia via Market street Ferry and Camden is avoided, as seashore trains of Parlor Cars and Coaches depart from- Broad street station, at which passengers form the west over the Pennsylvania Route arrive in that city. Through trains from Chicago, Indiana- polls, Columbus, Cincinnati, Pittsburgh and intermcbiate points on the Pennsylvania Lines malce convenient connection with the seashore trains. For details apply to nearest Pennsylvania Line Ticket Agent. TO CLEANSE THE SYSTEM .. Effectually, yet-gently, whtB costive or bilious,' or when the blood te impure or siu-ggleh, to permanently overcome ha; bltnal constipation, to awak? the Jtld- neye and' liver .to a. healthy activity, without Irritating or weakening them, to dispel headaches, colds, or-fevers', use Syrup of Figs.' v " Get joui shirt waists at 25 cents on the dollar.—Trade ..Palace.' Koted 'i'nlnter. Panel Aw»y. London, Aug;-ll.—James;Griffith,.H. C.: A., -is .dead, aged ,83.years.;';He was one . of the .besi>kno>yii'"pf ;: Ganadian painters, A number of his pictures-were exhibited at the worlcTs fair. ;.; BnUdtn'ic Contractor F»ll«. ' Coiumb'u6,' CX, Aug. 11.—William, J.; McLain, a;Building contractor, made an- assignment Tuesday morning.'' ;His'as- ipets.aro''.::n6t .^estimated.' ..Liabilities 'from $2f,;000:to.$50,000.'-.. • :. ,,.-..-.: • •' Comprised Food for Soldier*. < - Compressed-food, which has proyed a.. failure in! our army; was-found nseful- on the British expedition to Ashantee. The' desiccated eoup was «ot•damaged' by the climate ' ...is. 'Recruits of a Better Class, Hownvtnr, Cbl cugo Furnlshlnu the Most. There {MS been, & slight decrease army enlistments of late, and tlie present strength of the army is about 60C less Wian its maximum force of 25,00( men. Officers of the adjutant general': .office at the war department, however ore authority for the, sta.temienit the 1 •the quality of the reuruits is much bet ter than for many years. The improved condition ils stated to be d'ue in. part to the new system of recruiting, which, a! lows a regiment to fill all vaconcic! : irom its immediate neighborhood. It to also due in a great measure to the stringent rules now governing admissions to the ranks of tlie army. The regiment in Chicago not only secures the most recruits, but the character o1 the applicants is of the best. This Is accounted for by the fact that a gooii many young -fellows, going west to strike "out for themselves, , become stranded in the western metropolis, a,ttd turn to the army as a means of tiding over the period of misfortune. Frozen Mew Zealand Mutton. Some idea may be gained of the great progress made in the export of frozen mutton from New ZeaJand by comparing the figures of lust year with those, of ten years ago. In 1886 the quality of meat exported from Now Zealand, was 38,758,160 .poujads; last year the exports amounted, to 128,039,622 pounds. ' . Average of Life. The statistics of life' insurance show that in the last 25 years the.average woman's life has increased from nearly 42 to nearly 40 years, or more than eight per cent., while the man's life has increased from nearly 42: to 44, which is five per cent. '.'•"• ~ . Tomatoe* and' Cancer. Tomatoes'ere believed to produce cancer by many people in England. The 3ritish Medical Journal asserts that there is no ground for the belief. ;..'••,!• • Fro* Th»t,.FHt>». :••.'•• The flying frog of Surnim is 14 inchci n length and "has-slde membranes like ft- flying squirrel. He can. leap entirely across large rivers. •!•;••'• Ca ^Cardinal -Lavaletta, dean of the Sacred college at. Koine, ia dend,.at the age of 0 years. He was created a cardinal In 8G.S, ;. '•/'/ ;;•'. .'•;.,.':•.' '.-' .'. ',, '••; .-:' :• , -For Woro*» Who ; Smoke. ; • •There 1 is saidrto be,a,'little sihop yard Piccadilly, London, fitted up «ope- •tlally for. female smiokers. THOSE USEFUL CONDUITS, The kidneys and bladder, sornethnos become toi-pld and weak from unascer- tjiinable causes. When this'oceans, their diischars'tog function, is of necessity very imperfectly performed, and certain debris, which is the result of natural bodily waste and decay, does not escape as it should, but remains to corrupt the blood and develop poisonous humors ajid dangerous .as. r \vell as painful diseases. It 'to one oif the Beneficent effects of Hostetter's Stomach Bitters to gently stimulate the urbiaiy organs, and prevent them from lapsing into a state of Inactivity, always provocative of their 'Inflammatory, degeneration and decay. How much better, then 1 , is It,to adopt thfa mild diuretic as a means of inciting them to" action, thaa to incur tho danger of this destruptioiu To expel front the system waste matter through .•UK -bowels and kidneys-, and to regulate and arouse the stomach and liver, are among thie chief uses of this valua ble remedy. SUflMER TOURS . VIA "BIG FOUR" TO THE HOUNTAINS, LAKES and SEASHORES Solid Vestibulcd Trains With Wagner Sleeping Cars to New York acd Boston . from St. Louis, Peoria, Indianapolis, Cincli^- riati, Dayton, Columbus, via CLEVELAND AND BUFFALO "The Knickerbocker Special." "The Southwestern Limited." Six Terminals at the Great Lakes. Chicago, Benton Harbor, Toledo Detroit, Sandusty, . . ClevelanB. Tourist Rates In aH.Directions. E. O. McCormick, Pass. Traffic Manager. D. B. Martin, Genl. Pass and Ticket Agent. SIX SIX. CONVENTION O.f Young People's Christian Union, Omaha, Neb., August 10 to 24, 1S90. For this occasion, the Wabasb Railroad will sell tickets from all stations to Omaha, Xeb., and return, at one fare for the round 'trip. Tickets on sale August IT and 18 limited for return to and including August 24 and 23. For full particulars inquire of any Wabash Ticket Agent. Special Train EXCURSIONS -TO- Maxintnckee Lake VIA THE VANDALIA LINE July iptb, 26th, and August and, 9th, i6th, 23rd. Fare for the round trip $1.00. Train leaves Vandalla station at 956 a m. ?S.OO CHICAGO TO ST. PAUL AND RETURN. On account of the G. A. R. Encampment The North-Western Line (Chicago & North-Western Railway) w,lll on August 31 and September 1,1SOC, sell excursion tickets from' Chicago to St. Paul and return at rate of 58.00 for the round trip, good for return passage until September 15. with privilege of further extension to September 30, 1890. For :ickets and full information apply to agents of connecting lines, or address A. H. Waggoner, T. P. A., 7 Jackson lace, Indianapolis, Ind. PLAN YOUR SUMMER OUTING NOW—GO TO PICTURESQUE MACKINAC'VIA THB COAST LINE. It only costs §13.50 from Detroit, 115.60 from Toledo, $18.00 from Cleveland ; for the round trip, Including meals and berths. One thousands miles of lake ride on new modern steel iteamers for the above rates. Semd 2c for Illustrated pamphlet. Address A. A. SCHANTZ, G. P. A. Detroit, Mich. Those who enjoy a. day's outing hould not fall to take advantage of the >xceedfagly low rate to St. Joseph via the Vandalla Line. Train leaves.the tatlon every Sunday at 7 a. ,m. Fare for the round trip, $2. HALF RATES TO MILWAUKEE. ' Oa account of the National convention of Republican League. Clubs, August 23, 24 and 25, The North-Western (Chicago & North-Western Railway) will sell excursion tickets from Chicago to Milwaukee and 'return at rate of one fare for the round, trip.' For tickets and full Information apply to ticket agents of connecting lines, or address W. B. Knlskern,,G. P. & T. A., Chicago, III. n«a Baby ™ •&*, w» gave her Cmscoria. Tbao die was a ChUd, «h« cried 'or Outorto. "Vheo she becnnie':M.ta«; sh* cluug w On«roH».' FlKn «h« bad Children; ib^Wwbory Casrorlii HALF RATES TO OMAHA. Via the North-Western Line (Chicago & "North-Western B'y) Augwst 15, 16 and 17, lS9fl, r one fare for «ie round trip. Oa August 24 escuralon tlckeU nt very low rates will also be sold from Omoha to Denver and the famous Hot Springs of South Dakota. For, full Information apply to ticket agents oS con- nectlns lines or address W. B/Knlskern G. P. & T. A., Chicago, lit , . '.•;''.' Subscribe for The Joiirnal, W.centt a montb. - ~"

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