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A RETIRED BUSINESS WOMAN. A Page From Her History. Tho Important experiences of others nro lr<('-n>--tln;,'. Tim fofloirlnpr Iq no exception: "I liiul Iwim troubled with heart disease S.i VIMIS, niiii-li of Unit time very seriously, l-'or live yoai-s 1 ivas treated hy one physician con- linuoiisly. I \va.-i In business, but obliged to M-I.II-C -,>n ucTOUnt of my health. A phv- •<ici;in told my friends thiit, I muld rot livr'ii nuiruli. My rent, and limbs wcro badly swol- li ii. and I was Indeed |i, n serious condll Ion ulu'ii u i:eniIonian directed my iitluniluu in Hr. MiliV .Sew Mean (Jure, and said ilmt. hi-. -I-UT. who hull Iweii nflllcted with heart. di>i-a-i-, had been cured by the remedy, nnd was I :--.-:ilri iLst.roti;;, healthy woman. J purchased :> Ix'iih-of the Heart Curo, nnd In less tlinii 'in luiiir afd-r tukliig tho first- rioso I could I- '-I u decided improvement In I hi.'i.-it'c.'iilal Ion nt my lilixul. \Vhen 1 bud tuken three doses I i-i-uld move mv anklos, snmet.hlns 1 bud nol. done for nioai.li.s.aiid my limbs had boon swul- I'-n so hurz t.liat t!u:y y(H;nie<l almost put.ritii-d. ll,-fi,ro I had taken one bottlo of t.hc N(M\' llr.-i,-(. (;uns the swolHiifj had all j;ono do\vn. -'rid I was so much better that 1 fild iny ou-f \\ni-k iOn my re<.-omn»!iidutloii six others art l:ikln,' ihl- valualile remedy."—Mrs. Moiran j(' : J VV. Hal'flspn St.. Chlcii-m, III. -Hr. Miles' Jiuw Heart Cure, u discovery of nn i-nilniMit specialist In heart disease, Iss'old hv all ilruuelnts on IL pij.slt.lvu Eiiaranti.-e.oi-,-,en'l hy the Dr. Miles Medical r'o..Klkli.-irt. lnd.,c reocl|i'. of price, ?l pur bottle, six bullies fi ">."•. o.\iiro.s.s prepaid. It. Is positivdy fivo 1'ruuj •Ml c^jimtus Or dangerous drills. STORAGE. fitomjrfs in Inrije or Bm»l. :), Hpply to W. I). PRATT. Tollard & Wilson warehouse It's the Part of Wisdom. Tlnit*s iii;iy ho hard an<t money clos* bat 'those thlnus lmv« tlu'lr coiniit.'Msiiti'iii. WH uin f.Bl! you w.ituliwi ;in(l will, ut wry I'lo.-j tl^nri'* to -;jet th»* mon^y. Com*' mid *<»e whut von can do with Illtlrt nullify. 1 am anxious to sol! not only w;itchc.s but otlior itoodn. i>!amO[ids. Clocks, 6i!»«rwart!, Sppctnvlt'S and Novelties. I am a^jnt f,irt!u> Lytln Aifditnil LockCu.. Cincinnati Ohio, ('all iinil st.'pa small .sample. I). A. IIAUK, .IKV/KLKH AND OI'TICAN. We can't tell you what life is we can say that the amount of it iu a person depends upon the condition >of the nerves. Without good, healthy nervt-s,life is feeble and miserable, and liable to leave the body entirely, but with nerves braced up by Dr. WHEELER'S NERVE VITALIZER !ife is vigorous and athletic. The Vital- izer prevents over-exertion, un usual fatigue and extreme excitement from weak' cning the nerves and cures all nerve disorders like Prostration, Debility. Sleeplessness, Headache etc. PRICC, «1.00 A BOTTLE Inquire of druggist! for free sample. If not found, write us enclosing five cents (stamps) for postage. The doctor give$ M7 '„ t ^| free ad vice to any nerve disease sufferers. . All welcome. The J.W. Brant Co. M«k»r» ALBION, MICH. GDI Williams Tonight. It eeemi hardly necessary to more than announce the /act tbat Gue Williams will appear at the opera house tonight to insure a crowded house. He has always given such eminent satisfaction that one feels safe in go. ing to see him in anything, knowing full well that he always keeps faith with the amusement loving public. His now play, "April Fool" Is said to bo an exceedingly clever one, brimful of good specialties and funny situations. Mr. Williams off, as well as on the stage, has a great personal following. Ho belongs to more clubs, organisations and societies than any other actor In America, and hie great popularity is not of his own seeking cither, but IB owing to his well known lowers of entertaining, he being a member of Polar Star Lodge of Odd Bellows of New York cily, Boston <odge No, 10, B. P, O. Elka »f which o is a llfo member; Past Chancellor f Edwin Forrest Lodce K. «f J? rV'aplta Tribe of lied Men of Boston, B. T. Terry Post, G. A. R. of Mt. lemons, Mich.: The Sagamore Club f riarlom, N. Y., New York Lodge No. 1530 F. and A. M.; Manhattan Chapter No. 18-1 K. A. M.: Palestine Cotnrnandery No. 18 K. T.; Mecca Temple, New York Consistory ;i2d Degree Northern Maioaic Jurisdiction, His entertainments during the past seasons have baen selected by members of tbo several organizations ot which ho is a mom'iijr and made a gala occasion by the presence of hundreds who seldom, if over during the soason, attend any other entertain. mont. •how other wlir, thitthli remedy contaloa morpblnt, oplom eoc»ltie, or *ny tannnil drag. (;r<-nt Odil Fellow*' The Odd Follows of Indiana have taken the first stop towards a "front gathering of the order at Indianapolis In commemmoration of the founding of the order. The time fixed for the celebration is May ](;, during the semi-annual meeting of the grand odgo. Thnre will be one of the argost and finest civic parades over witnessed in Indiana, as follows; Five hundred Patriarchs Militant in uniform, 10,000 subordinate and encampment members, 1,500 members of the grand lodgo, also the grand sire grand master, grand patriarch nnd other distinguished members of the order. Odd Fellowship In Indiana now numbers nearly 'Io,000 members, and is a factor for the greatest benevolence known. <:mi Clpli shoot YcMtcrdHr. Twonty~Q»e birds, known angles— W. H. Hayes. 13; Will Hawe, 11: A, Mcnahan, 17; R. B. Hayos, 14. Fifteen bird*, known angles—Dr. Ttomas. 10; W. H. Hayes, 13; A. Monahan, 7; K. B. Hayos, 12: Will Howe. 11; W. Thomas, 9. Ten birds, unknown anj-les—Dr. Thomas, ,'i; H. Longwell, 7: A. Monahan, 5: Will Howe, 5; W. Thomas. 9; W. H. Hayes, 9: R. B. Hayes, C. Ton birds, known angles—Dr. Thomas, o; A. Monahan, 5: W. H. Hnyos, 8; W. Thomas, «; Will Howe, 7; H. Longwoll, 9. Fivo doubles—Dr. Thomas, 5; W. H. Hayes, :,; A. Monahaa, :'); Will Howe, 7; R. B. Hayes, U; W. Thomas, 8. Pan Handle engineer Win. Bowe is confined to his home with the grip. The grand lodge of the car Inspectors Association will convene in Chat- tonooga, Tenn., May 1. C. D. Kerlln of the Pan Handle shops and Chris Cuppy of the mason gang returned from English Lake yesterday morning with nineteen ducks which they had shot. It is atatod that the parties who proposed to build a road from Union City to Huntington, Ind., connecting the Dayton and Union and the Chicago and Erie, have abandoned the project. It is stated tbat forty-six per cent, of the stock of the Pennsylvania road is hold abroad, forty per cent, in Pennsylvania and the remainder scattered In all parts of tho .country in small holdings. Bruce Ide, the engineer who waa injured in the wreck at Winamac eoc- oral weeks ago, continues on tho mend. Tbo fractures ho received are healing up nicoiy and ;t is expected that IB a short time ho will be all right again although HOOIO ugly scars may remain. G-eo. Wlnsell. tbe Pan HacdlcCcar- penter whoso head was injured sev era! days ago is not getting along as well as was at first expected. The gash ID his head is a bad one, tho entire upper part of his bead being badly swollen. It will bo some time before Mr. Winsell will be able to work again, Tho bionniel convention of the grand division B. of L. E. will be held in St. Paul commencing May 9. B. V. Pitman will be the representative of the local division. The grand division of tho G. I. A. will be held at tho same time and place. The local divi,. sion of this organization will have no delegate but Mrs. Harry St Glair who is the grand secretary will represent tho ladies. Mr. Pitman and Mrs. St. Clair expect to leave bora about May 15, Arthur P. Yatos. an employe of the Now York Central Roud at Syracuse, la said to have invented » pyrotechnic dangorslgnal. It consists of alight carriage adapted to run on a single rail, to which is lixofl a rocket shell about seventeen inches in length and tilted at an angle of about 2Q degrees. In use the rocket is ignited by withdrawing a cap when tha carriage is propelled along the rail under the powder in tho rocket ehell is expanded. A red lira chamber is thon exploded nnd continues to burn about ten minutes. It is stated that tho signal will propel itself along tha track for a mile in seventy seconds, aud that it has been successfully tested OD tho Baltimore & Ohio, tbe PDDD- sylvania and other roads. Official Cmll. The Republicans of Case County, Indiana, and all others who desire to co-operate with them are requested to meet in their several townships and wards at tho time and place deelgnat ed for the purpose of selecting dple- gates to the Republican State convention to bo held at Indianapolis on April '25 1894, and to the Republican Congressional convention to be held at Hammond, Ind., on May 24, 1894. Tho place and time fixed for eaid meetings Is as follows; Adams township—Twelve Mile, April 21, at 1 p. m. Bethlehem township—Metea, April 21, at 1. p. a. Boone township—Royal Center, April 21, at 1 p m. Clay township—Shady Nook school house, April 21 at 1 p. m. Clinton township—Clymers. April 20. at 7 p. m. Deer Creek township—Center school house, April 21, 1 p. m. Harrison township—Lucerne, April 21.1p.m. Jefferson township — • Calloway school house, April 21. 1 p m Miami township—Now. Waverly, April 21, 1 p. m. Noble—Centre school house, April -'1, 1 p. m. Tipton township—Onward, April 21, 1 p. m. W.'isbington township — Centro school bousu, April 19, 1 p. m. First ward—Engine houee, April 21, 8 p. m, Second ward—.Rink April 21, 8 p. m. Third ward—Council chamber, April 21, 8 p. m. Fourth ward—Rink, April 21, S p. m. Fifth ward—Engine house, April 21, 8 p. m. The several townships and wards will be entitled to representatives as follows and the meetings will select the number of delegates as follows: Is tho best remedy for nil complaints peculiar to women. A KEDICAL BOOK worth .DOLLARS, sent for 10 CMtt IB Sealed Envelope. II Per Bottle at (Oe. Trial Size sent by dill Letter* for Mlvlce Xufcct "ConinltlnK Department" MB geen by our physiciaiw only. ZOf-PHOfA HfDICINI CO., H. C. Colman, Set'j. , Kalamwoo, ""ft. Tf Christ Ready in ...a few days... Came to Chicago JOURNAL READERS LOOK OUT FOR IT- Greatest Sensation OF THE NINETEENTH CENTURY- THE FAMOUS EDITOR OP THE REVIEW OF REVIEWS WM. T. STEAD Sold by Ben Fisher, 311 Fourth St. DAILY JOURNAL FRIDAY MORNING. MARCH 23. The lintflneem Report. Tho report of tho engineers on the Davis bridge published yesterday awakoiied tho people fully to the fraud that had boon perpetrated and the opinion generally was that the county commissioners were the tools of some one who had led them to commit a grievous wrong. Incidentally the Journal is glad to see Engineer Coleman who Is a Logansport boy so fully vindicated. 1 will bpuonnilldute for Treasurer ot the city ot LiwtaiiHport, subject to the will of tiia Republican Cltjr Nominating Convention. O. B. SAROINT. LoTOUnport, lnd., February 13, 1894. I will be a candidate for Treasnrw ot the city of Loiansport, subject to the will ol the Bepnbll- ntin Cltj Nominating Convention. 1. LOKO. Logansport, Ind., February 10,1KM. Notice t« Contractor*, Sealed proposals will be reoelred by A. C. Barnett until Wednesday, the 28th day of March, at 4 p. m,, of laid day at the office of J. II. Rhodes, architect, 427 Broadway, city, for the construction of the new Barnett Hotel. Flans and specifications, and full particulars can be obtained at the above office. The owner reserves the right to Accept or reject any or all bids. A, C. BABNKTT. Is your head clear P Hare you a #ood grip on all your Interests and a boundless energy in your blood? You can have both if you observe the precaution to take, when retiring for the night, a doeo of Smith's Bile Beans. By the time you get to work next day you will feel as if you could u 1 a train of cars. Bo sure to get the small size. I will be 5 candidate tor nomination for the omceoZCItr Treasurer subjeot to the will of the Republican Convention. ,T. D, ALLISON, jTogansport, Ind., February 19,1894. I nlll be ;i candidate for Treasurer of the mtj of Logansport. aublect to the will otthe Republican City Nominating Convention. J.C. (CT)PowitL. Log&nsport, lad., March 5.J8M. Handle Factory wood for Hale. ' Handle factory wood delivered to any part of the city. Mall orders to Hillock & Pittman, Handle Factory, on Toledo 3t., or P. J. Klmmer. Civil Service Secretary W. VV. Wilson of the local Civil. Service Board yesterday received the list of successful participants in tho recent civil service examination hold in February. There wore fourteen who passed, just half of those who were examined, there having heed twenty-eight applicants for grade. The list is aa follows: Clerk*, Male—Robert Mandors, 78.44; Jacob Hinklo, 77.oO; A, M. Little, 77.13; Chauncy M. Abbott, 7-1.7li, Clerks, Female—Gertrude B. Mur. phy, 75.70, Anna A. Putney, 71,48. Carrier—William A. Graffls, 85.49, David W. Karn 80.05, Krnest H. Stoll 78.29, Anthony Hinklo 77.15, John W. Buzzard 7-1.88, Jas. D. Murphy 73.50, E. A, McAllister 72.20, James H. Bickell 70.89. Although Mr. Wilson has been removed from the carrier force he retained his papers aa tho Secretary of the Civil Service Board, and will continue to do »o until relieved by tbe Civil Service Commission. He has not been informed of the nature of the charges preferred against him, and has written to headquarters seeking an investigation of hie dismissal. By order of the Central Committee. J. /. 1'OWKM.. D. \V. TOMLINSON, Chairman. Secretary. Mir KulcliiM Installed Col. S. L. Knamingor arrived from Crawfordsvillo last evening for the purpose of installing tho recently elected officers of Logansport Division No. 26, U. R. K. P. The following officers wore installed: Sir Knight Capt—Geo. S, ShaelTer. Sir Knight 1st Lieut.—John Foglesong. Sir Ivnipht2d Lieut .-John Lintnor. Sir Knight Recorder—John W. Dun- wooily. OF LONDON The mo>;( romarkitblo (igm-e of reform in modern civilization, whoso book* have b('»-u sold all over the English-speaking world BY 1MILLIONS, Has Written this Book for Aineric SELECTING CHICAGO AS THE TYPICAL CITY OF CORRUPTION AND OF GREATNESS Truths nrc to!d us i.h«y have not been told since CU.UIST CAME TO l*ALKSTI>'H. Arid the evils known to modern life are i-kotched like vipers and their chief abettors are named openly without regard to person or consequences. Supply yourself at, once with this preat book. Send in your order at once, as tliis will be Uic most advertised l>ook, by the denunciations and laudations of the prose, that 1ms been issued in this country. STRIKINGLY ILLUSTRATED SPLENDIDLY BOUND NEARLY 000 PAGES The Journal is pleased to announce that, it ha« secured a large number of copies of the first edition of this wonderful book, which will be shipped as it is off the press, and will be sold to Journal readers ut as low a price ft» possible, together with one coupon clipped from this paper. No one should miss rending this great book which contains xturtliiip; facts never before presented in such a graphic inauner. Watch for tin; coupon which will be storied as soon as the books arrive. Hot «'ro«M Hull nud Coflce. There will bo hot cross bun. and colteo at the home of Mrs. W. T. Gifl'e, 1003 North street, today from ,'5 to 8 p, m. All ladies and gentlemen interested In aiding the homo of the Friendless are earnestly solicited to attend. Contributions of dimes will be gratefully received from those who cannot bo present. Tivo Gritiici Ofltcor*. The local delegates to the grand lodge O.C.F. returned homo from Indianapolis yesterday having captured two prizes. Geo. W. Funk was elected Grand Councollor, the highest ollice In the grand lodge, and John Hawkins was re-elected Grand Trtls-. tee. They report having had lots of hard work but a very enjoyable time. ADDITIONAL Quaker befcdache lief In ten minutes. capsuls give re. CUT THIH Ol'T. 23, 1894. STAGE CELEBRITIES, This Coupon with two others Of ilIITarent (lutes, mid T«u Cents, Is Rood for onu part, uoiitr.lnltig twtnty portraits, ot Hie Marie Burrough's Art Port- r»lioor Stage CelcltrltlcH. THE JOURNAL. THIM OI/T, Cl»r ProfclWHOM Oon»«nt|on. The Prohibitionists of Logansport are called to meet at the court houae tonight at 7:30, to place in nbmioatlon a full city ticket. By order of Committee. $100 Bewwd, flOO. TUe reader of this paper will ba plowed to learn that thnre Ii at l«a.it one dreaded dl»ea»e» tn»t ticlence has been able to cure In all Its itapM and that Is Catarrn. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is Tha onlr posltlye cure known to the medloal f ratdrnlty. Catarrh being a oonstltntlmal dlsewm, reqalrM R oonitltntlonal treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cnre la taken Internally, acting directly on the blood and muctu sarfaces ot tbe system, therebj destroying the foundation of tne disease, nnd gWng the patient strength by building up toe constitution and ftnlgtJng nature In doing Its work. The proprietors have so mueh faith In Its curative powers, tbat they offer One Hundred Dollar* for an? case at the Bee Hive ISf-doId by druggists. To cure all nervous diseases, "Dr. Wheeler'a Nerve Vitalizer,'' pronounces the greatest medical discovery of the age. Sold by Ben Fisher. C*n(Mn* lea** *• Oon«a»p«U». Kemp'i Balsam will stop the oougb »tono« Every department is now complete. Remember the Easter social tonight at the G. A. R. Hall. See the largest line of capes and jackets for ladies, misses and children, at the Trade Palace. Floral souvenir with every purchase Saturday, at Patterson's, the Haber dasher, Hatter and Furnisher. Lost—Gold mounted umbrella with "Bert" engraved thereon. Finder will please return to this office. Elegant furnished room with bath, hot and cold water, gas, and pleasant outlook, for rent at 817 Market street. Fifteen acres of land within one-half •ille of the city for sale or trade for. olty property. Apply to t,evi Brown at Harrison's store, 424 Broadway. Walter Closson's "Little Gems" will meet George Chatman'e •-Colored Co horte" on the diamond field at the driving 1 park next Sunday afternoon. The ladles auxiliary to the B. of R. T. will give tt social at the residence of Win- Curtis at 1111 Erie avonue on Saturday evening at 7 o'clock. The lodges are cordially invited. The Baby's Best Friond—McLinn'a Onion Syrup gives immediate relief and cures croup, colds, .colic, and particularly vomiting of curdled milk. For sale by B. F. Keesling. Only 25 cents per bottle. i Kate* co <'ulirornla «ir<-ntly Iti-duccd via the I'cnnNylvaula I.lnCN, The Midwinter Fair at San Francisco and the numerous other attrac- tlons in the Wonderland beyond the Rocky mountains can be enjoyed by peraons of limited means as the round trip rate has again been materially reduced via Pennsylvania lines. Pag- sengers can select any of the several routes from Chicago, and the return limit is ample lor a satisfactory sojourn. For details apply to J. A McCullough, ticket agent. • Logansport, lod. G. A. K. On the occasion of the Kncamp- ment G. A. R. and Woman's Relief Corps of Indiana, at Lafayette, lad., April 4 and 5, 1894, the Wabash Railroad Company, will sell round trip tickts for $1.11. Tickets will be sold April 3d and 4th, good going date of sale and good returning not later than April Gth. C. G. NF.WELL, Ag't, Wabash R. R. Co. At terthe ball Is over, afto the break of; mom, After the dancers leaving, after the stars art gone. Many a head Is aching. If you but knew It all, Take Smith's Bile Beans on retiring after the ball, Ajk for SHALL size. Four "C" Nothing in the 'ivhole history of Medicine can compare with the success of "FOUR C." It is the ONLY KNOWN specific for LA GRIPPE. It removes all its nrtKADKD and KTIL effects, inducing restful, natural Bleep. ONE DOSK will frequently (remove Pleurisy pains. Oss DOSK has time and again relieved a child suffering with CROUP. Pour "C" hag cured Asthma, Bronchitis, Pneumonia, and Ulcerated Tongilitis. la composition it is DIFFERENT, is MOHK POWERFUL and ACTIVK, in fact it is as DIFFERENT from any other lung remedy as molasses is different from vinegar. It is a REVELATION. BKST OK ALL YOU TAKK MO RISK. The KS.SKNCK of the contract is, Pour "C" iMUST GIVE SATISFACTION or money will he refunds BEN FISHER. Special Notice. As I am desirous of relieving and curing suffering humanity of catarrh, liver complaint, rheumatism, dyspepsia, and all diseases of a nervous and debilitated nature in either eex, until March 25th, I will treat all afflicted with the above diseases free of charge with the exception of a very email fee in certain cases for medicine. I do this for tho benefit of many poor sufferers who are in need of treatment and are not able to pay my former prices. J. W. MERROLL, M. D., D. M. & AM'!, 411 Broadway. Logan sport, Ind. For the relief and cu.re *' a cold in the head there is more potency IB Ely's Cream Balm than in anything else it ia possible to prescribe. Tblt preparation has for years past b«en making a brilliant BUCOOM aa a remody for cold in the bend, catarrh and hay fever. Uaed In the Initial stage* of these complaints Cream Balm prevent* any serious development of the aynp- torns, while almost numberless ca*e* are OD record of radical cures of chronic catarrh and hay fever after all other treatment! have proved of no avail. A. Forlr Mile RMe. E. R. Swetnun, of Fairfax Station, Virginia, says: "A party came forty miles to my store for Chamberlain 1 ! Cough Remedy and bought a dozen bottles. The remedy Is a great favorite in this vicinity and has performed some wonderful cures here.' It is intended especially for cougbi. colds, croup and whooping cough, aid is a favorite wherever known. For sale by B. F. Koesling, druggist. The Valne of « Package. The contents of a 25-cent packag* of Simmons Liver Regulator will cure many a sick headache. It's- tho woman's friend. It cured me permanently of sick headache.—C. S. Morris, Brownsville, W. Va. Take it drjt on tho tongue or make a tea.