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Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, April 3, 1894
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When The Journal began the now great distribution of WORLD'S FAIR ART PORTFOLIOS A promise was made to the public that the Portfolios wculd contain the finest series of views ever offered to the public by a newspaper. In point of mechanical and artistic excellence the DREAM CITY views HAVE SURPASSED EVERYTHING. which has yet been offered and it may safely be stated that their like will not be eeen again When the series ia completed it will include the following subjects: Architecture nod Bulldln K s j>* Photographs, LMdibape and Water Scenes Fountains, Sculpture and Statuary KzibltD ol All Nations, , Famous Painting! of the World Types of Various Nations Miscellaneous View*. -This will constitute a complete pictorial and descriptive history of the great WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION. Don't fail to secure ALL of these superb Portfolios. See coupon on 1st page. PART 8 NOW READY CUT THIS OUT. "IF CHRIST CAME TO CHICAGO" COUPON. CUT TH1« OVT. CUT THIS OUT. APRIL 3, 1894, STAGE CELEBRITIES, This Coupon nlth tnoothsrc of different dates, and Ten CeoU, Is good for one pan, containing twenty portialu, ol the Marie Burrongh's Art Portfolio of Stage Celebrltlei. THE JOURNAL. CUT TUMI OUT Patrick Walsh, of the Augusta Chronicle, Takes the Place Refused by Speaker Crisp. SENATOIl COLQUITT'S SUCCESSOR. ATLANTA, Co.. April 2.—Patrick Walsli, editor of tho Augusta Chronicle, has been appointed by Oov. Northen to fill the vacancy in the United States senate caused by tho death of Senator Colqultt, When Senator Colquitt died many of Mr. Walsh/a friends urged him to become a candidate for the vacancy. Ho positively declined and urfred the appointment of W, J. Cummings, of Augusta. Walsh was not a candidate for the place, but his appointment is likely to pleaso all factions of the party in Georgia, His personal popularity throughout the state is very great. He has always kept out of local factional fights in tho democratic party. Tho New Senator'* Carnnr. [Patrick Walsh Is tho owner aud editor of the Aujtuuta Chronicle, thu leading dally newspaper of Augusta, Ho Is a native of Ireland and about 66 years old. Ho has never before held a poUticul offlco of Importance, but has for many years boon active and prominent In poll- Itlcs and public affairs In Georgia. Ho was for several years the Georgia member of tho demourntio national committee. Ho camo to America whon a boy and learned tho printer's trado In Charleston, S, C. Ho worked at the 01190 on various newspapers thoro for u number ot years. Atier ho b«camo the ownor of the Chronlolo and was well to do ho one day went over to Charleston, and, hunting up all tho printers with whom ho Imd formerly worked ut tho case, gttvo them and tlu-lr families an cluboruto din- nor (it one of tho principal hotels of tho city. Next day he chartered a steamboat and took the entire purty for an excursion down too b»y. Walsh was tho southern munftgor of tho old New York Atsocinlvd Press until that organization passed out of oxlstenco.l CRABS AS BUILDERS. Some of the Trouble* anil Trials of th« Soldier Crab. The world looks inquisitively at the moon and tho stur.s and wonders whether or not they" are inhabited, and if so what curious creatures constitute the various orders of life upon them. Why tax our curiosity with speculations on these faraway planets and comets whiju we know so little of the globe we lire on and its Inhabitants. What interesting little creatures, for instance, are the crabs! And the most curious family of crustaceans are the so-called hermit crahs. These ingenious little creatures, as) they grow up seem to learn by instinct that, on account of their soft, pulpy abdomen and their boneless ;rad defeuseless bodies, they will never .be able to reach old age or to offer defiance .to their rapacious enemies, so they go . houae- huntlnR. All they need to render them proof against tbe attacks of more powerful adversaries is a hard-shell domicile into which they can take refuge at the approach of danger. It is not always so easy for them to find substantial vacant shells or calcareous residences to let. When an empty •hell is found, well and pood, but wh»n they are in a strait they do not hesitate to force their nippers into occupied univalves when they will kill the mollu»k and occupy the premises. These facts can readily be verified by any one who will examine the small and largo shells on the seaeoast Snails of all sizes must vacate their houses for these long-legged marauders, becoming helpless victims of their powerful prehensile weapons of offense. The soldier crab; or what is known by scientists • as • the Paguru.l Bern- hardus, passes through an eventful career. .He spends his tender youth on the strands'of the North .Sea; the Mediterranean and other large inland seas. When he has-outgrown parental supervision 'and oastigations,. he • hies him to comparatively deep- sea. bottoms amd, selecting a large>iized snail, he makes a square meal of all but th«spiral shell in which he makes himself at home, smiling complacently at the fishes aud other inhabitants of the doep who come to interview th» bold interloper. After thia transition his crabship becomes lonesome like other crabbed old bachelors and goes courting among the lower animal life of the aquatic gardens. This move on his part procures him a companion for life, to share his joys and sorrows, and as this boll- shoped hullo, this strange formation on the roof of his house, can scratch dreadfully with her sentacular organs, he obtains an additional means of protection against unwelcomed guests. In return for her valuable services tho sea anemone, as it is called, receives the remnants of the prey which tho crab has no difficulty to apprehend with his handy nippers. Thotiffh avoided by tlio most formidable fishes, whoso insidcs would bo torn to pieces if they would attempt to swallow and devour these combinations, yet they aro caught by men in nets, and sailors know of no more delicious tidbit than tho flesh of the Bcrnhard and hermit crabs. This species has a most beautiful red color, ton feet, and a sharp pair ,of scissors, which will hold tenaciously to the hardest substance within its ffrasp. Tho strange bride of the Bernhard crab has a grayish ground color.interspersed with red spots, and is lined off with multi-colored stripes, the ensemble presenting 1 a pretty picture. Crabs, however, aro subject to growth like other creatures, und it so happens that the conquered forts become uncomfortably small'for their fat bodies, when a more spacious home must be found. The anemone is never found on an empty shell. Whenever this animal flower is met one is sure to find its companion in the basement. Nor do the strange mates separate on I Worry tolls, sadly, on woman's health a:;d beauty. a o Beechan * f 1 A *:? fortify the nerves and will help to banish many an anxiety. Price 35 cents. iooooooooo w o o Q moving day. The craO attacks the Inmate of a larger shell, devours the luscious meat and settles in the now house. Meanwhile the anemone is not idle, but glides and creeps at the rate of an Inch an hour from one roof to the other, when the happy companionship is continued. Not all crabs are subject to such wonderful transitions and acquire such strange formations, but all undergo certain metamorphosis. On emerging from the egg they are provided with long tails, swimming appendages, and sessile eyes, and boar bo little resemblance to the parent form that until half a century ago their connection with the crab was altogether unsuspected. They were known as zoeas. After rnoultinp, the eyes appear on stalks and nippers on the anterior pair of leg's, but this form is still sufficiently uncrablike to have deceived early zoologists, who described it as forming a distinct genus, and it is not till a further casting of the skin that tho creature assumes the perfect form. As ita internal parts continue to grow its external shell soon becomes too small and is cast off, the crab generally con- eealinar itself until its new and greatly enlarged covering becomes sufficiently hardened. This process of moulting, say the naturalists, tabes place very frequently in the young crab, and gradually becomes rarer as the creature approaches its full growth, crabs being often found with oysters attached to the carapace, which, judging •from their size, must have grown there for three or four years. A still more remarkable power is that possessed by crabs of reproducing limbs which have boon voluntarily thrown off or have been lost by accident. It must be conceded that tho numerous varieties of crabs offer au interesting study to every one interested in zoology.—Chicago Inter Ocean. for Horseman* Buyers pick out yuur best horses and leave only tho poorest. It is folly to keep them, for, if geldings, they never Improve, and if mares there is no profit In breeding them. Every farmer is liable to have two or more for which h« cannot find a sale. It is common for farmers near Chicago to club together and make np a load of these horses for market, getting market prices, lowest freight and commission rates, and rid tho farms of poor stock. They don't send a man with every horse, but selact one with good judgment and send him down with the bunch to sell as he deems best For three hundred miles an ordinary stock oar la good enough and from eighteen to twenty horses can be carried in each car. If there is leas than a load, tie securely. Scatter hay on the floor of the car, and look at them carefully every, time tho train •tops. Attention will keep th» animals comfortable and they will be in better shao« to sell on arrival. A Challenge Accepted. ANDKBSOIT, Ind., April 3.—Kid lieed, champion feather-weight of Indiana, motived and accepted » challenge from William Gaffney, °* Battle i Creek, JUlch. The fight is to be for a finish for 9600, and will- take place within a month. FOUR LIVES LOST. Terrible HpBUlt of n Uau KxplOKlOh ID A liooiler liarber shop. ALEXANDRIA, Ind., April 2.—At 11:30 o'clock Saturday night an explosion of natural gas wrecked a barber-shop in this city, in which several customers were waiting. The shop was Bet on fire and four men were burned to death. Three others were taken out budly injured. The dead are as follows: Harry Bowyer, Jesse Harrell, Ora Ball, Charles Hoover. The injured aro: James Scott, II. Heard, William Pyle. The American Express company's ofllce was destroyed and the rear of the Whiteside business blocft. The damage to property was 15,000. The Record ofliee was saved. Killeil Dj a KuiiHwny. MUSCIK, Ind., April i.--Sunday night Albert Williams, a. young fanner residing north of Muncie, was returning home from church with his wife, to whom he had only been married a few months, when the horse bec-ame fright. ened, ran away, and Williams was dragged to death. Given Twenty-Oil* Venn* keiiteucn. HELKNA, Mont., April i,— Red Hro- man, a prize-fighter, was sentenced to twenty-one years in the state penitentiary by a liutt* judge for kicking a woman to death several months ago. —-''I do believe I'm a perfect fright in this bonnet." Husband—"There is no need of telling people about, it is one com fort,"—In ter-Occau. Important Nomination*. WASHINGTON, April 2.—The president has sent the following nominations to the senate: Thomas E. Benedict, of New York, to bo public printer; James D. Yeomans, of Iowa, to be interstate commerce commissioner. Dentil o! Uuliop OTnrrcll. TKE.NTO.V, N. J., April i.—1U. Rev. Michael J O'Farrell, bishop of the Catholic diocese of Trenton, died at 3 a. m. at the episcopal residence. Vicar General -McFaul was with him in his last momenta. College Preiident KulH lllmieir. DOUOLASVILLE, Ga., April 2.—President J. 1J. Calloway, of tho Douglasville college, committed suicide Saturday by shooting himself. No cause is known. An Editor' Nearly 50 Years ^ Says Hood's Sarsaparllla it a Ster* !lng and Valuable THE MARKETS. Grain, Provisions, Etc. CHICAGO, April!. FLOUR—There was a moderate local and tome shipping demand, with reeling quite firm. Quotable: Winter — Patents, K.8&3S IS; straights, I2.00OH70; clears, HI 0(3 2,40; sec- ends, ll.80Ol.tO; low (trades. U.SOOLTO Spring —Patents, iS.203S.SO, straights, K.30O2.SO; Bakers', ll.TSO&iO: low grades, tl.40»l.50; Red Dog, H.sB»1.60: Kyc, R«>9S.M. WHIAT—Active, unsettled and lower. Cash, 68!4969c; May, WfcaW^o; July, fllHO<K!ic. Conn—Moderately actlro and Bnn. No. S and No. 2 fellow, se^O38Vic: No. 3, 35^9 K%c; No. 3 Yellow, 1!**1^0 under 3«c; April, SQlc under May: May. VKQSTttc: July, !KS!< <O8»!»c; September, S»M»89!4e. OATH—Quiet and. easier, fto. t cast, 90X8 Sli4o: Hay, 90XQ31C; July, Ki^^SS'/ic. Samples In fair demand and lower. No. I, 30O 32c; No. 3 White, 3i^»MV,c; No. 3, SittStc; No. 2 Willie, S3J4a31Hc. . BAULKY;—Weaker; less demand, Cboico by sample/ 5«Zft»c;' 'fair to good, 5ia>6Se: common, 48Q50C, and low grade, 433<3c, witb screenings,' ll&OOftl&DOpcr ton. HTK—Firm; arrivals small. No. 2 cash, and sample lots. 50Q51C; May delivery. Wo. Miss POBK—Trading quiet and prices lower. Quotations ranged at Hl.2Ttfttll.40 (or cash regular: II1.27!iiiilI,40 for May, und Sll 30O 11.37ft for July. LARD — Market rather quiet and lower. Quotations rangod u; J7.12Sia7.25 for cast; I<i.6£yo0.67^ for May, and K.K'A'St.Tl'ii for July.. : ." LrV« POULTRT—Per pound: Chickens, «a 9c; Turkeys, 4*»c; Ducks, *aiOc; Ueeoo, M.OO OB.00 per dozen.. BDWIH—Creamery, 103!lo; Dairy, *3Mc; PacklDo;.. Stock, 7^90 OIL«—Wisconsin Prime White, l^c; Water Whlte,,7>ic; illchlgaii Prime White, t%o; Water White, Oo; Indiana Prime White, SJic: Water White, 8Ji°; Headlight, l"i> test, 84c: Gas- ollne, 874«g's, HKc; "* deg's, 9c; Naphtha, 63 dog's, «Ko. , . LSQUOBS—Distilled spirits steady on tho basis of tl. 15 per gal. for finished goods. • ; . N«w YOB«, April t WB«AT—No. 2 red easier. il»y, W2»ft» 5-10c: July, 06)4^46 0-16c; December, TUi^CTOKo. CoBN-No. 2 dull and easier, May, 4211-169 iff. E. A. A'orrte Fltcuburg, Mass. A man who bat bad nearly half a century ot experience in newspaper life Is certainly capa- bl« of judging between the valuable and th* worthless. Hence w« highly value the follow- Ing statement from Mr. Erasmus A. Norrls of FiUhburg, for nearly CO years editor of Masiv cbusetts and New Hampshire newspapers: "C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass.: "Gentlemen: In 1887, after a sickness of two years, I was given up by our best physicians, who considered my case hopeless, jay age, 65, being against me. But by taking Hood's Sarsaparllla I was able to get about and do a little light work. It seems almost a miracle, la my case, that after using Hood's Sarsaparllla in the fall, on the first day of January I engaged for the city oJ Fitchburg to take tho record ot the births. I accomplished this with comparative cose, being out in the Unusually Severe Weather of winter, working each day, and have been able to do a fair day's work every day since. Several members of my family have taken Hood's Sarsaparllla, and always with marked benefit. Hood's Sarsaparllla Is as staple as Hood's^'Cures flour In our house, and Its presence almost M In. dlsptnuble. I find that nearly every medicine- deteriorates, but Hood's keeps up tbe quality all these years that I have known it It is certainly a sterling and Invaluable remedy. lean hardly Imagine what {should hav* done without It." ERASMUS A. Noiuufl, No. T Lincoln St. Fltohburg, Mass. Get HOOP'S. Hood's Pills v* band made, and perfect; to proportion and appearance. Xc.aboi. . ^ KNOWLEDGE Brings comfort and improvement and tends to personal enjoyment when rightly used. Tho many, who live better than others and enjoy life mote, with lesa expenditure, by more promptly adapting the world's best products to the needs of physical being, will attest the value to health of the pure liquid laxative principles _ embraced in the remedy. Syrup of Figs. Its excellence is due to its presenting in the form most acceptable'and pleasant to the taate, the refreshing and truly beneficial properties of n perfect laxative ; effectually cleansing the system, dispelling colds, headaches and fevers and permanently curing constipation. It has given satisfaction to millionsand met wfthlthe approval of the medical profession, because it acts on the Kidneys, Liver and Bowels without weakening them and it ia perfectly free from every objectionable substance. . Syrup of Fig" ia for sale by - al - g " gisWSOo «,<ftl bottles, but it is manufactured by the ^ lfo ™ a j?* *S Co.only, whose name ispnntodon erory psckAee! alto- th« name, Syrup of Figs, £ndK well informed.jou will not accept any substitute if oflew* S very dull. Track wnit« stale, SSA«io;,,tr»olc white western, 38O420. . PBOVlSJOWS—Bsel .duU; family, ll£00t>14.00j extra nets, I8.0A Pork weak; new mess, ll&Ooei&IO: family, lls.SOO14.OD; short clear, ll&OIOi6;Sfik. Lard weak: prime western steam, I". SO nominal. . . ... •• " ' " TCL,«DO, Q, April! WHK.il— Quiot, lower. No. £ cash and April, 6*0; May, 59!io bid: July, Qiao. CORN— Dull No. 2 cash, S7Hobid: May, OATS— Dull. No. i mixed, MHO; No. - 34HC. • Rrx— Quiet. Cash, BOtf o. CLOVIRSBJtD— Dull. Prime cash, B.80: April, 6.S6; Octobor, (4.80. Live Stock. CHICAGO, April 2. HOGS— Market active but fee] ing weak. Price» 10JJ15C lower. Sales runted at ff iOO^.03 for Pigs: W.60a4.70 for light; I4.S5@4.46 for rough packlnK: t4,50a*."c for mixed, und t4.5C(iJ4.70 for heavy packing and shipping lots. CATTLE — Market only moderately active, and feeling weak. Brlces 10&16c lower. Quotations ranged at t4.S5ffl4.GO for choice to extra shipping Steers; 13 7034.20 for K'ood 10 choice do.: 13. 303 S.8S for fair topooJ; 8i908!l35 for common to medium do. f *i 80^3.20 ror butchers' Steers! hX50®3.!0 for Stackers: K. lOas.05 for Feeders; H.6uas.OO for Cows; K cw.i-Zito? Heifers; H.7S O3.60for Bulls; Saoooa.rO Tor Toxal Steers, and K. 50 25. 75 (or Yen I Cilv-'. A Cry For Hclv In the Ktllluess of tho nlRlit is sufficiently startling. Wlmtirnoiild beat Sand or w« know not whence me cry conies? This is not the case wltf that muta appeal mncle to the resources or medical icledce, ever ready, ever riTallable by d!s«u?e on every hand. A prompt means of self b«lp f o the malarious, tho rheumatic, the dj-speptlc, the bilious, and persons troubled with Impending kidney complaints, Is to be found In Hostfitter's Stomach Bitters, as ever "present help In time of trouble" for all such hapless Individuals. They should not delay a moment in seeking Its aid. Experience has shown its wide utility, the recommendation ol eminent phjrtlcianii everywhere sanction Its me. Nervous, tbln, debilitated Invalids gain bodUy substance and vigor by a course of this nnelnvlgorant. wblcb Is eminently serviceable, also, to the aged and convalescent, lhe KTeryd»y i .'•' ' BowcU Mo»t people need to use Good Jiewi. No other medicine ID tbe world was over given such a test of its curative qualities, ae Otto's Cure. Thousands- of botileo of this great German remedy are being distributed free of charge, by druggists in this country, to those)afflicted with consumption, asthma, croup, severe coughs, pneumonia and all throat and lung diseases, giving- the people proof that Otto's Cure will cure them, and that it la the grandest, triumph of medical science. For sale- only by Ben Fisher, 311 Fourth street-. Samples free. Large bottles 50 cents. For Over FlltT Yenra Mrs. Winalow's Soothing Syrup ha* been used lor over fifty yearn by millions of mothers for their children while teething, with perfect success. It soothes the child, softens tbe gums. allays all pain, cures wind colic, and' Is tbe best remedy for diarrhoea. I* will relieve the poor little sufferer immediately. Sold by druggirts i* every part of the world. Twenty-five cents a bottle. Be sure and ask tor 'Mrs. Window's Soothing Syrup 11 and take no other kind. Th* Coldei Seent »r;Uaf Lift. Keep tbe bead cool, the feet warns, and the bowels op»n- Bacon's Celery- King for the nerves it a preparation and aotsa* a natural tlve, and is the greatest remedy ever discovered for the) cure of dyspepsia^ liver complaint, and all blood,- Hw- and kidney diseases. Gall on Ben. Fisher, sole agent, and get a trial package free. Largest size, !» cenU-. "Komi BO*F'» P*rt Wl»e. If you are reduced in vitality or strength by illness or any other cause, we recommend the use of this 014 Port Wine, the very blood of the- grape. A grand tonic for nursing- mothers, and those reduced by wasting disease. It creates strength; Improves the appetite; nature's own •emedy, mud preferable to drugs;: guaranteed absolutely pure and over ive years of age. Young wine ordinarily sold is not fit to use. Insist on. laving this standard brand, it cost* no more. $1 in quart bottles. Bottled by Royal Wine Co., Chicago For salo oy Johnston Bros. California Fruit Laxative is nature', own true remedy. It combines the medicinal virtues of California fruite and plants which are known to have a beneficial effect on the human system. Although harmless to the most delicate constitution it is thorough anff effective, and will afford a peimanent oure for habitual constipation and the many disorders arising from a weak or Inactive condition of the kidneys, liver, stomach and bowels. For sal* bj all druggists at 60 oenU a b/»nle. Karl's Clover Boot, the new blood purifier, gives frwhnws swd olearnMt- to the complexion mnd curw oonitip*- tlon; 96c., 50o. Mid $1 8oW by ft. • F.Keesllng

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