But It WilKure, Attitude of Indianapolis Toward I. L. & C. Road. MORE FAST TRAINS General News of Railroads and Railroad Employes. euros nervg.13 prostration Not miraculously, but 9cientiflcally, by first icmovine tho germs of disease, »n<3 then supplying healthy nervo food, Increasing tho appetite, helping digestion and strcngtb- onlns the entire system. Desperate cues icquiru prolon-ed treatment as shown W that of Mrs. M. B. Reed, or Delta, Iowa, vho writes: "As the result ot a lightning stroke, tho physicians said I had alight stroteo of paralysis, my limbs would all draw up. I T\r MilPc' would havo throbblnfj ' Dr. lYlllCi in m y chest that seemod uoeadurable. Porthroo months I could not sleep and (or thrco weeks did not close my eyes. I .10... prayed lor sleep, and loltthatif relief did not come I would bo deaa or insane. I took Dr. Miles' Rcstora- live Nervine and the second m-ht slop- two hours and from that time on my hea th 1m- . proved; slowly at first, but steadily and I took In all -10 bottles, and I cannot ; how grateful I am, for I am now v well and havo taicen no medicine lor over four months." Dr. Miles' Nervine isBOldby drussisis on guarantee that first bottle benefit or money refunded. Book on heart and nerves freo. Dr. Miles Medical Co.. Elkhart.lnd. business THE MunsoD Typewriter Is a Good Machine. . i high standard of excellence. Manj isers of the "llunson" consider It THE BEST. *ou wlH find' It a valuable assistant In jour of- I tice Address for partlcnlarJUp, THE MUNSON.TYPEWRITER CO I ' MAJfUFACTCBEBS. 340-S44 West Lake St., Clilcaffo, 111. Greatest Discovery or tne 19th .Century. Dr. Te»gT">'» KIW KIOIEDY Medicated. Air For the Cure ol Catarrh, A»tl»m» and all Pulmonary .Disease}, It ha* no equal tor Sick and Nervous He*d- icne, 1,000.000 .people die annuallj from tne ibove named diseases. WSJ suffer and die, when Medicated .Air 1* Jaaranteed to core jou. Indianapolis Journal: A man of Logausport -who was InJhe^U.v- yesterday a'sked another bfltfness; man why it was that the citizens of Indianapolis gave the, Indianapolis, lagans- port & Chicago nillrond enterprise no encouragement. He did not believe ho said, that there was another city In tho Union that would treat people who proposed to benelit a city with as much indifference as Indianapolis treats this enterprise- Tills company has its right of wav and money to build: it does no ask a subsidy from the city and- will .,"rce to imy all Uauia.ires, yet It cannot got a right to conic into the cityovi-i certain'streets t» connoct with tlu tracks of the Union Railway company The Indianapolis business man salt the only obstacle he.knew of. ami tin real opposition to the road getting inti tho dry laid with a man who own- jH-opcrty m-ar I"* "" 0 o1 ' thc l> ro - K ' ctCM road, inul one olhor merchant wlu owns a $20.000 block on West Y\ash ington street, three squares fror. whore l.lie trark would <-ro*s tin: street The Transport man went on to say that the citizens of thai; place; were mncli In earnest lo havo tho road built, ami thc same was tnie of towns on the line Uirotigli which It would be Mull, lie said some l'eO]>le bad ;i.n idea that the Pennsylvania conuwny was l.oliiiu! the enterprise, but he doubted it. and. if It were true, it would not be a detriment to the building of the road, as that company always did things well, .vnother business man. who wius m IUO room, said that if Indianapoll* would take any interest in a. roml tro.n Indianapolis to Rockport. Ind., ou the Ohio river, it would be built, and it built would be the best road Indianapolis had,' yet the • Commercial Club and the Board of Trade showed no disposition to encourage it. Opposition K shown to allowing the Pennsylvania company to lay tracks across Delaware street to reach the ground on which It proposes to build one of the best frci-ht depots in the United States. In vears past, to secure railways, liberal 'subsidies have voted, free right of way. -ranted and valuable franchises given, and Indianapolis has grown and prospered under such stimulus. For years it led as a railroad center, and people •ill over the State were proud of its position ' I-nrgc mills and manufactories have 'followed the railway development; capital has boon invested libcra - lv and labor lias been well, employed. No roads favor shippers in rates more than do the Indianapolis-lines, and no factor In nil that'Indianapolis has offered lias been so potent as its large number of roads, always offering competing rates. 'L-nusylvaula and Vauclalla lines, vould vote to-make-a rate of one .cent )C r mile for tho occasion. Charles H. Pngh. third vice-president 3 f the Pennsylvania railroad company, vho lias been in Europe, some time, vlll reach homo today. The Pennsylvania Hues are credited vith having the best organized army of passenger men on any railway sys- om in the world, and this compliment ,rlKinates with a foreign paper. The engines which the Baldwin works are now building for the Baltimore & Ohio will be among the best -u) on any road in the country. Orders hlive been given that all its passenger engines be equipped with electric bcad- The official records show that 07% por cont. of the freight trains scheduled from the East to St. Louis under what is. known as the fast serv.ee readied St. Louis on their-scheduled time during July. The average time of these trains between points named i>; sixty hours and twenty-two minutes. CLOTHING CLOTHING - We have no old shelf worn goods, but everything new and up to date. Read the following prices: Our $15.00 Suits go for $12,00 Our $10.00 Suits go for $ 7.50 Our $i2.0O Suits go for $9.OO Our $8,00 Suits go for $5.5O THE CHUECHES. It is the best remedy on,earth for I* It will give immediate relief effect,a care where all other fall. •old by B. F. Keesllng. STATE NATIONAL BANK LOGANSFOKT, INP. ' $200,000 J. F. Johngon, President. 8. W. tniery. Vice President, H. J. Heltbtfnk. CMhler. DIRECTORS. FAST TRAINS ON THE PENN-. SYLVANIA. Taking effect Sept. G, the Pennsylvania will shorten the train schedule between Chicago and Cincinnati to quicker time than has ever been made. bv regular trains between the two cities The day trains for .Cincinnati and Louisville will leave Chicago at 10 a, m., arriving at Cincinnati at 7:15 p. m. and at Louisville at S:30 p. m. Northbound trains will leave Cincinnati at 0 a m, and Louisville at S:30 a.-m., arriving in Chicago at 5 p. m. The night trains make equally good time. Other reductions will be made in the time of the remaining trains, thc quick time taking effect through all of the schedule. STRUCK AN OLD MAX. Yesterday afternoon us tho pnssen- ge r ; train from Chicago ' which was drawn by engine No. 517, Lighthiser, engineer, and.Ed TlH! ivgnlav services will be held at the Y. M. C. A. rooms today at 3:30 p. „,.' prof.' A ilia will deliver the nd : dress. First Church of Christ (Scientists)At: the t'nivi-rsalist church, at 11 a. m. Subject "Defeat and Destruction of Misolam." All are welcome. Trinity Chiuvh-rtcv. V. 0- Cool- biivli. Holy Communion 7 a. in. Sunday school at !):-.15, Service ami sermon at It a. m. Subject "The Great Inquiry." ttuv. Pan B, Willla.mson will preach at the Union service in the rink at 7:-ir, p in. Mr. Williamson w:is once c-'uet (..Jerk in the postotlice here and is now pasu,r uf a cliurcli at Lebanon. Sorviees at the Ninth Street Christian church today at 11 o'clock a. m. Sermon by the pastor. Kev. T. S. Freeman. Subiect: "Our Name's Written in HeaV- en"' Union services at the rink at night. First Presbyterian Church—The pastor. D. P. Putnam will preach at 11 o'clock on "How to do what we find to do"- Sunday school nt 0:30 a. m. Young People's meeting at C:30 p. m. A welcome for all. Services at the A. M. E. church, corner of Market and Cicott streets today as follows: 10:30 a. in. sermon by the pastor. 3 p. m. Sunday school. Prof. G/C. King, Supt. 7:4r, p. in. sermon by the pastor. All are welcome.—L. Petti ford, pastor. -Vt the Baptist Church—Sunday School at 0:45 a. in. Preaching service at 11 a. mf Subject, "Working Out Our Salvation." Junior Union-at 8 p. in. Senior .Union at C:30 p. m: Subject, "ChJna" Union. services at the rink in the evening. Broadway M. E. Cunrcli-E. L. Se- umn, pastor. Class at 9 a. in. Sunday school at 0:43 a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m Subject "The Effectual Prayer." Junior League at t! p; ».- Epwortli League at 0:30. No evening service. \11 are cordially invited. St. Luke's English Lutheran church corner First and Market streets-J. C. Kauffman, pastor. Sunday school at 0:30 and church services, at 11 a. in. East cud mission at 2:45. Junior Eu- deavor at 5:30 and Christian Endeavor at 0-30 p.' m. Everybody welcome. Broadway Presbyterian'churcli, corner Ninth street and Broadway. Rev. 11. Atwood Percival, pastor. No services today. Sunday school'and Bible classes at 0:30 a. m.; D. A. EJder, superintendent. Y- P. S. C. E. nt C:30 p m.; topic,"Bcvicw of Ruth." Mrs. Hcwey, leader. The congregation 5s invited to join at the Union services at the rink at 7:45 p. in. Our $5.00 Suits go for $3.50 50C FOR CHOICE OF ftHY STRAW HAT IN THE STORE. 25c choice of any /of our Children's Straw Hats. Boys' Duck Suits one'third off, th«y are bargains. Now is the time to buy a Suit of Clothes, a Hat or Gents Furnishing Cccds, and 526 Broadway is the place to save money. These Prices are For Cash Only. JOSEPH G. GRACE & GO. '•->—i 426 BROADWAY. The Pitchforker Challenges Gen. Harrison to Joint Debate. Senator Tillman,-of South Carolina. l,as telegraphed *> ex-President Harrison .at New York, challenging li.in to joint debate. The dispatch was sent from Washington yesterday morning, as the Senator passed through at 11 o'clock. -;t is as follows: "Hon. Benjamin Harrison, "New York City: -I have just spent a week in Pennsylvania, speaking to many thousands. Your speech in New York attacks me specifically, and I would be pleased to meet you in Joint debate before* Northern .audience, preferably, at In- George Aloxau- CHAS. L. WOLL, :--. UNDERTAKER >'• diy 01 * 417 Mwk«t Calls attended to prol iptly. "central Onion and Mutual telephone*. Office. No. 18; Residence. No. 12L AGENTS WANTED, T iTiTitS -or GontD-Bverjwliere to Introduce out Tea Co., CblcaRO. I NOVELTY to toke out a patent on. From 12000 to ISOOOot JUrei! by a minntactutot lor a gooU nellluK artlc.e Ad<> imerimtlonnl Patent iTechnlciil Biironu iniBC'm"" h B d In(J or at 1401 Monndnodc, BUc., - Chicago Ills Jjlj£iiLilian-1 ^we,'-^--? - dor, conductor, was passing through North Judson at the rate oC thirty miles an hour, C. W. Murphy, an aged resident or that place was struck by the dcadwood of the pilot' and was seriously injured. He was fifty yards from the engine when the whistle blew but failed to get oft the tracR, and when picked up it was found that us left arm had .been broken, and his back Had been .Injured. He was bruised and scratched. Considering bis old age bis injuries, may prove fatal Ho has a son who .is assistant clerk in the station at North -Tudson. RAILROAD.NOTES. P' \ Bonebrake, superintendent o£ the'Lonisvillc division, of the Pennsylvania lines, has gone to Wisconsin to spend his vacation. . •:. Lucius B. Swift o£ Indianapolis, a former Democrat,, %y.lll address, .the Railroad Men's Sound Money club at the^riuk.Monday.night .Railroad men arc urged to attend. . . ........ There is the best of .authority for stating fliat in case the Ivnights of Pythias should select Indianapolis or any other point on the Pennsylvania, lines to hold their next convocation, E. A. Ford, general passenger agent of the There Is more Catarri; '-. thla section 6C the country than all otter diseases put together, and until the last few years It was supposed to be Incurable. For a great mauy years doctors pronounced It a local disease, <md prescribed local remedies, nod'by. constantly falling to cure with local treatment, pronounce* It incurable. Science has proven catarrh 'to be a constitutional disease, and therefore requires cons'tliv.tional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manuracturcd l>> F J Cheney & Co,. Toledo, OUi'- the only constitutional cure or market. It Is taken Internally from 10 drops to a teaspoon* directly on the blood an.. sur- faces'of the system. They <ier one hundred dollars for any case It falte to cure. Send for circulars and """ late. Address ' , P. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. Sold by Drugcists, 75c. THE GRAND BAZAAR. : \s was once before announced, the ladles- of the hospital sewing circle will give a grand bazaar at, the rink Sept 1C to 22d, .for the benefit of St. Joseph's hospital. Preparations; on a large scale arc now going on for the I- event Articles nre.belng solicited It is not believed at Republican headquarters that ex-President Harrison will pay any attention to the absurd challenge. Mr. Tillman is billed to. speak at Indianapolis, and he is shrewd enough to see that a joint debate with Mr Harrison would insure him a prominence that would make his appearance on the same' platform, with the ex- President a national event. It is not believed yery generally that Mr. Tillman is acting under, instructions from the Democratic national committee in this matter. Senators Jones a.nd Faulkner have no sympathy with Tillman •nor with the tone of his speeches. They believe that lie is doing more harm than good,'and that his violent and inflammatory harangues will alarm conservative voters 'and. drive away more wavering men than they will gam. They know ex-President Harrison's ability as a speaker and as a debater, and they recognize that In a Joint do- 'bate with him Mr. Tillman would be overwhelmingly overmatched and the Democratic ticket irretrievably damaged in Indiana. Drawings of All Kinds Made by BYRON B. GORDON. Draughtsman & Patent Attorney. Loganspoiv Spry Block. RAIL ROUTE TO THE SEA. To Atlantic City Without T~nsf« via bi"even; . .from the merchants by the Sisters of the'hospital. - In connection witlv.the, bazaar, a supper, will be served. KENTLAND FAIR EXCURSION Via Pennsylvania lines. Excursion tickets to Kentland - account the .fair will be sold September 1, 2, 3 and 4; good returning until Sept. D. FAMILY REUNION. There was a reunion of the Chapman-Nelson 1'amiUes in Bloomingdalc. Parko county, last week. Henry Chapman 'the Third street restaurant man, was In attendance from the city: He says that there were about 200 in at tendance at the reunion, which, though the first one held, was in every way a success, William Chapman, the first born of' seven generations with the same given name, -was the presiding officer at the reunion. • TO CLEANSE THE SYSTEM Effectually yet gently, wk« costive or bilious, or when the blood Is Impure or BluggiBh, to permanently overcome ha- bttnal -constipation, to awaXo the Wd- neye and Ever to a healthy activity, without irritating or weakening them, to 'dispel headaches, colds, or fevers, use| Syrup of Figs. ^^___ Thc-body of Miss/Dunn.of Star 1 City, was brought.to the city-yesterday, afternoon, for interment at Mt Hope .cemetery.' The deceased was the mcce of Postmaster Hauawalt. . . , : Lines Br the openly of , the Delaware River Bridge the. Pemmylvanla Lines have become tbe only all. rail route to Atlantic City and tlie seashore. TraDS- f er of passengers and baggage at PWU Utria via Market street Ferry wj Camden Is avoided, as seashore grains of Parlor Cars and Coaclies depart from a«en- B«ad street at wh.cb pa«en- B«a sre , ge« form, the west over tbePenasyl- vanla Route arrive iu- that city. Through trains from Chicago, Indlana- rh Special Rates via Pennsylvania Line* for National Encampment. August 30th and 31st and September 1st aw the dates upon- which low rate round trip tickets to St. Paul will b« sold via Pennsylvania Ito*. the abort route throu^ CMcago. Tickets will be good retumtofi until September 15tii •Ifs no lie, though it sounds ^ Otto's $5.00 shoes for.?1.0S. i make convenient conaec- uon w7th"tl,e seashore trains. For detail apply to nearest Pennsylvai Line Ticket Agent NOHOBTO CONSUMERS 'OF ILLUMINATING GAS. We desire^ to notify those who are favoring us with their patronage, that the See on Artificial Gas consumed afL September 1st, 1S9G, will be refitted to a masltnum of ?1.25|er thousand cubic feet net. ^ . We trust that '.this material reduction will result not only in a continuance of present custom, but also In increased patronage, which ; we will continue, to endeavor to merit by good serv.ce and low prices. Very respectfully LOGANSPORT & WABASH VALLEY GAS COMPANY. mcmoro and if deposited wlUx the joint agent at St Paul on. or before September 15, toe return limit will be extended to Include September SOtli. Tne rates for thto occasion will be esccp- tioiiaUy low via Pennsylvania Lines, the only system of railways over which trains run from Western Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Ohio and Indiana to oni- caeo Union'Station, the natural gateway Iromrthose States to the Northwest Dally trains from Pittsfargb, Columbus Cincinnati, MdianayillB and Loutt- villi make convenient connection at Chicago with St Paul trains. Arrange-, meats maybe made by G. A. R. Posto or parto of friends to travel together on.speclal trains, or special cars that wlU go through from starting point to the Encampment'without change, jl ta« number justifies it. Information on tie subject will be cheerfully furnished by representatives of the Pennsylvania Lines. Subscribe tor The Journal, 40 cents * month.
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