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T HERE is but one \vny in the world to be sure of having the best paint, and that is to use only a well-established brand of strictly pure white lead, pure Hn.-cod oil, and pure colors.* Tin: fallowing brands are stnnd- :trr!, '-QNi Dutch" process, and are s^ oV_f •-- - . ure Y> : .linlPtri, nte JUead •," " Southern," "Bed Seal," ky," "Coilier." want colored paint, tint .••,!;-..ve strictly pure loads .•::•::! L-ud Co.'s Puix- .! Tirting Colors. :.. • M.M in om--prii!:>il c:'.ti-;, enc!i .. . • : t . tint s;,;.,.::r:i:. i-fM'.i ictly i.'.lxct] p;ii;it'".. r,'l<>r-4 i;i the - V.'hiU: I.cni!. -',,il c-ird r.nct t funi: to j:ct our hoc!: NATIONAL I.I-:AD CO., Nt«- \>--~, CiTicintint i 3'r.iiu'li, Si-vcnlh and K'.-ci.'ii'..iii Avi-iiui;, Ciiicinn:iii, CIN WALL STREET! »0 OI-K.lt ITK sn'CK-oiKI'M.V IN WAI.I, STIIKKT Join our <:.i.(»|n-ni!hi- l(. l( Stui'k Sruilicntr. 1»U to "Ml (i^ro -in. i- -r!i:iniii;i H.-.1I, ni nit' nrnl wllll outrm. ~."i,l fur "IToMnKi'luaiuKl Diilh JI,;rkat LettPr." in;ill»il frud. HI .hrsi Kuturciice. Our record up tn I!:HH PIT cent. Q9 jicrvcnt. paid to th'«siil)s«riiMi-s, us tho result of oiwriitlons •from lii'.-oin'u-r. 1>: -J, M lliirc.i lit i, 1S9I, WEDVJIAy tt CO., Bankor.1 and Brokers, No, -11 Broiinvray, New York City, We can't tell you what life BIG CUT ON THE WABASH. Last Sunday tbo tralnmea on tho Wabasb were notified that commencing May 1 their wages would be reduced tea per cent. Tho circular stated that the road was compelled to take this step on account of an unsatisfactory business. ThU action of the management was received by the employes like a clap of thunder from a clear sky, inasmuch as it was entirely unlocked for. The Wabaeh is one of tho few lines in this part of tho country that has always paid standard wages and any one who secured a po sltion In the train service of this road considered himself in luck, The men are very much dissatisfied with tho new order and grumbling is heard from all sides, but nc trouble Is feared. Tho order effects employes of the entire system. UKATII Oh' K. II. WALL. E. B. Wall, assistant to General Manager Wood of tho 1'onns/lvania lined, died at S o'clock Sunday oven* injjat Pittsburg of appendicitis after an illness of but twenty-four hours, up to within about a year ago Mr, Wall was superintendent of motive power of tho Ponnsylvaniaeouthwest- ern system with headquarters at Columbus, O. ' In this capacity ho was a frequent visitor in Logausport and after bin promotion he was here several times, his last visit having been about a month ago. Ho was a valu able man for tho company and was well liked by his fellow official* and subordinates. His loss will bo truly and sincerely mourned. HU;HT LEG CCT OFF. Edward Mascom, an extra brake- tat we cau say that the amount of it in mfta omployed oa the Richmond division of the Pan Handle had his right leg out OH at Anderson at 2:20 yesterday morning while switching. He is 27 years old and resides at Elmyra, O. a person depends upon the condition of the nerves. Without good, healthy nerves,life is feeble and -miserable, and liable to leave the body entirely, but with nerves braced up by Dr. WHEELER'S NERVE VITALIZER Jjfe Is vigorous and athletic. The Vital. izer prevents over-exertion, unusual fatigue and extreme excitement from weakening the nerves and cures all nerve disorders like Prostration, Debility. •Sleeplessness, Headache etc. PRICE. 91.00 A BOTTLE Inquire of druggists for free sample. If not found, write us enclosing five cents (lUmpa) for postage. The doctor give* ... "AA * I tree advice to any nerve %&/« xvM^rt •• An _, • >v- « it disease iufferert. All welcome. • The J.W. Brant Co. AUIuri ALBION. MICH. AM 43 O»jr«.. Ktw York We offer $500 to «ny phyilclm nr clwmlat wbn an ihow byuulyilior olbirwliMh»t Iblt nmedy contains morphine, opium pooklnc, or fctijr burmfnldnif. Sold by Ben Fisher, 311 Fourth St. DAILY JOURNAL TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL 8. Fine mllliuory at the New Fashion •atore. Attend the Bee Hive's wrap opening today and tomorrow. Flat, 3d floor, furnished room, 2d floor, for rent —Harry Frank. For Rout—Nicely furnished room. Sent ch- ap, 2i5 Seventh street. Swigart utters the bargain of his life See Kruua' advertisement. Cheap, a xpleudld square grand .piano for only $150, at J. C. Bridges, •410 Broadway. Ladles and children's suits ready made, and they arc beauties.—The .New Fashion store. HOOC'B .Sarsaparllla is absolutely •unequalled as a blood purifier and strengthening medicine. It is the ideal spring m> dlclne. Try U. The Bite's Besv Friend—MoLlnn's Onion Syrup gives immediate relief and cures croup, colds, oollc, and particularly vomiting of curdled milk. For sale by B. F Keesling. Only 25 •Dents per bottle. The makers of Dr. Wheeler's Nerve Yitalizer ollor all nervous sufferers ad vice and consultation of the Doctor free of charge. Inclose stamp to The -J. W Brant Co., Albion, Mich. Aalc Ben Ftsner. J. C Bridge, the piano dealer, at 410 Broadway, now has associated with him Mr. W. F. Patterson, a flrst- •clasd piano tuner. Orders left at his •place for tuning, or repairing, will receive prompt and careful attention. Mra. William MoCalope died at her •home in Clay township Sunday morning at 5 o'clock. The funeral will be hold from ;M Bethel M E church at 10:30 this morning conducted Bev. Si>Ul> r. The cortege will the house at 9:30. Wm. Gllllsplo o' the Pan Handle round house is again ill with tho grip, the third lime this season. Yesterday the Pan Handle section- men were restored to ten hours work and full pay. They have been work- Ing but eight hours all winter. Switchman Dick Johnson has here, tofore been considered the champion boxer of tho Pan Handle yard. Sunday O. W. Cooper put on the gloves with him and knocked him out in the first round to the surprise Of all. Cooper now wears the belt and Is waiting for the next corner. Any one who is short of a pair of gold rimmed spectacles can have same by going to the Fan Handle yards and looking up Alex Han Icy. Sunday afternoon a tramp offered them for sale and Mr. Hanley who has police powers considered It his duty to look the matter up. When the pilgrim saw Into whose hands he had fallen he said that he had found them at Lafayette but neverthelesi wai glad to escape win us the spectacles. They were undoubtedly stolen and If the owner can be found Mr. Hanley will be glad to return them. A year ago when the Pan Handle yard office and Ice houses were burned Alexander Hanley. the caboose repairer In the yards lost his entire kit of tools valued at nearly $60. He at once made application to the railroad officials for at least a partial renum- eration but waa refused. A day or two ago Conductor Chas. Neal and several other railroad men circulated a subscription llet for Mr. Hanley and quite a neat little sum was raised. The tallroad men consider themselves under obligation to him for past favors and take this method to show him their appreciation. A dispatch from Danville. 111., last Sunday says the Chicago & Eastern Illinois trainmen are on the fenco regarding their course of action concerning the proposed out In wages. The poll of the road, counted today, disclosed the fact that the engineers and conductor* are about equally divided on the strike question. Some of th» conductors who favor a strike are very indignant that so many of their order, when the pinch came, should vote against a strike. In the oooductbra' meeting, held In this city today, they read the riot act to the weak-kneed brethren. No definite action was taken, and It -seome probable that tho men may be compelled on account of lack of uannimlty among thcnidalvoB to accept the schedule offered by the offtjiuls of the road. Tbo Lahr Hound. Lafayette Call: Negotiations, some weeks in progress, were concluded at 2 o'clock this afternoon, by which the Lahr House changes proprietors at 12 o'clock tonight. The new proprietors will be John Labr and Fred VanOrman, though perhaps in time a joint stock company may bo formed, but in any event those two gentlemen will be tho managers. The lease of Messrs Weakly & Mertz does not expire until the 31st of December. 1894. and the purchase price of the same has not been divulged. Mr. Weakly, one of the retiring landlords, has bad its management for over twenty-six years, and Chris Mertz has been bis partner for nearly eighteen years. To epoak or think of tho Lahr House is to think of Otto K. Weakly, who has so long been at its head. Mr. Mertz is alfo equally well and favorable known, and was the active man of the establishment. Of the new proprietors, John A. Lahr is a son of the late Jobn Lubr. who founded the house, was born and raised in this city, and is a man of splondid business attainments. Mr. Van Oi'tnan cornea here from Frankfort, whoro he was for tov- eral years prop-ietor of '.he Coulter house. He corner to ue with the highest recommendations as a young and energetic business man, one who fully understands tbo hol.i?l business, and is nald to bo a hastier. Wo welcome the new management, while regretting the old. Mr. V^eakly wUl probably permanently remain In the house as a guest, while Mr. Mertz will be there several months yet, probably. So far as is at proaent known all the old em- ployes will be retained. Tbo hotel Is to be overhauled and remodeled at a cost of about $80,000, which will make it the peer of any in the State. Tbo Prodigal KeturnH. Last September J. W. Haskett who was employed by J. A. Brooks the poultry man left home and family without saying a word to anybody as to his intentions. Although he had considerable money he left his wife not only penniless and totally unpro- vided for but in a condition that plainly pointed to the fact that eh« was soon to assume maternal duties Nothing was heard of him and the deserted mother took up her home with her father, John Glosser, on Wabash avenue, near the Pan Handle shope. Sunday morning before daylight, Mr. Glotser was awakened by a rap on the door and going down to see who tho early visitor was was astonished to see his runaway son-In law, Haskett. The deserter explained that he had been In his native town in the we«tern part of Ohio and that he had returned to bis family weary, sick and without a penny and asked for forgiveness and to be reinstated in the family fold. After due deliberation Mr. Glosser informed the prodigal that the relations voluntarily severed by Haskett would not be resumed again and that he need not expect any assistance from Mr. Glosser or his family. Haskett was still In the olty yesterday but contrary to expectation he did not bother Mr. Glosier any more who i» determined to adhere to bis decision. AO*od Showl- e, The reporter of the Journal has during the past year noted the Interest manifested in the vigorous and healthy condition ot the Broadway M E. ohurch and happening in upon a meeting of the chairman and treasurer of the finance committee and the secretary of the Benevolent Funds yoster day In closing up their accounts for> the year, was informed that there had been about seventy accessions during the year closing on Sunday last and that notwithstanding the stringency of the times, the bonevolenU are fully up to the standard of former years and the expenses of the year have been fully met. This la a live working congregation and under the leadership of their able aud energetic pastor are a strong force in the community. A SPRING STORY. A FewTll]ll([> You Ought Murolv to do «tThl>> Soa»uu. In tho spring we (eel tired, languid and debilitated. The change from cold to warm weather causes a depression of the vital forces resulting in an inactive Btate of the stomach, liver, bowels and kidneys. Headache le common, and the blood undergoes changes which greatly debilitate the eyetern. The complexion is apt to bo sallow, and dark circles gather under the eyes. If something is not done to overcome thase conditions, they w'll last Indefinitely and may result ID | severe Mckness. Rend tho experience of the well known Mrs A A. Horrick, of 40 Everette street, Ka.it. Somervllle, Mast. '•Two years ago I coni.i'ncted a very severe cold that seulod sill over my body. My head and loft b'do pained mo all tho timo, I had DO uppotUo aud could not sicop ut all oiylits. I wa£ so Dorvou.-i I thouifhi I ivoulii ha in- sino and any work ocoinod like a mountain ahead of me. "1 would become completely ox haiid'ed on tho sli^hlust uxortion. I was obliged to g'.vo up and take to the bed. I lny thore several week* b.ii g<H no hotttr. I b:'yua to fcvir I should never gst well, us nolbioij »eettiod to nflVt me. 1 was iitmlly advised to use Dr Grceno'* Narvura blood and ner^e reuu'dy utid did so. The Best Thing- in M * 1 1 v^ * "• ilk Ps.ii is Pearline. That's tho solid mur.. _gct them cleaner, anci \vi; MIIS. A. A. JlOUtlCK. "It eeemed to quiet .00 just as soon as I began using it. Before a week I could rout and sleep through the night and could feel my strength coming back. ••When I began the second bottle I could see I had improved very much. I continued talcing 1 it aod la a !eir months no one would know I bad been sioli with severe nervoue prostration. 1 It also cured me of female troubles which I had been a jjreat sufferer from. It Is a wonderful medicine and I can not say enough la praise of it. I advise any person afflicted with any of these complaints to uso It, and I am positive they will get well." If you want to be perfectly strong: and healthy the best posaible thing to do la to take this great curer and Blreagtheoer. You can be cured quicker in the spring- than at tiny oU or season. You must take a spring medicine, everyone knows that, and Dr. Greene's Nervura blood and nerve remedy IB the beet and most certain becauie it always cures. It is the discovery of Dr. Greene, of 85 West 14th street, New York cityr He Is the most successful specialist In curing nervous and chronic diseases, and cau be consulted free, personally or by letter. ADDITIOIVA.li .LOCAIiH. at the New Fashion (100 Kfltrard, f 100. The rrodec of thlH paper will be plumed to learn thut th«r> Is at least onu dreaded dl.-mnra thrtt scloncw Iras been ubl« to curs in all Its atones and tha 1.1 CHurrh, Hull 1 * Cauirrh Cure Is the only I»M! Ive i'iin> known to tli« medical rrsturmtj. Catarrh b'lliiKiioonitltntloniildlwisn, requires H conMlt'illoiml treatment. Hall's Catarrh Core Is i ,-, , t ,_j tnk«n lntt>rn'illj, nctlnK dlrsctly on th<< blood and I v/ulture »nu niueux surfaces ot the systom. thoreby dntitro.lng thffoiimiiitionof >.h« dfcwnsn, and uivlni; the pa- tlfiit MtnniKtti by bnllillng up the constitution nnd as-.Mill* numrtt In dolnn Its worK. Tho prourle- bv the I t"M hswso iiwah falta In Us curative powers, 3 j that limy offer One Hundred Dollars for any rase leave I Ihutltfalletocure. Smid for lint of testimonials. A.ldi-»s, K.J.CHENEX* CO., Toledo, O. I HP-sold b; dTOOTlsta, ' AB Explanation, There Is eoaio talk about the famous Post F, T. P. A. cigar being an A. P. A cigar, that the letter T. U delicious. To explain above we the members of PostF., T. P. A., will say that tho letters mean Travelers Pro. tectlve Association and that the cigar sold under the brand of Post F., T. P. A. Is equal to most 10 cent cigars on the market. Ask your dealer for a Post F. and get a 10 cent smoke for 5 cents. Yours Truly, Post F., Indiana Division, T. P. A. ol America. T. M. QUJGLET & Co. Sole Agents. purnlcnl Culture. Miss Ida Virginia Smith an exponent of Delsarte, will be at tho Broadway fresbyterlan church, Tuesday, April 3d, at 4 p m. for the purpose of organizing a new class on Phyalclal arte. No one should fall to hear Miss Smith, on this subject. Everybody welcome. Combine !•»**• «» «•«•«»§»U»B. - Kemp'i Baltun will itop the cough at onoa New carpets store. Quaker headache capsuls give re. lief in ten minutes. I will not bo responsible for any bills contracted by Mrs. Edna Do Belt. —John Do Bdlt. For $2.40—Shoes worth $5 and $6; not figuratively but really. Sfflgart calls It the greatest bargain of his life.—Otto Kraus. Wanted—Strong, experienced irl.g for washing, Ironing and room work. Recommendations required. Apply to 627 Market street. The Fort Night Revelers expect to have a grand time at their ball this evening at JCreuzberger's ball. Come and have a pleasant time, good music will be furnished. Today wo place on sale the most complete line of ladles, misses and children's spring wraps in the city at special prices, starting them at 98 cents.—Trade Palace. To the Ladles—When down town .we would be pleased to have you take a look through our millinery department. It will pay you, and wo promise It will prove a very p'aasant visit for you at the New Fashion store. The shoot of the Logaosport Gun Club will be held on Wednesday in. stead of Thursday this week to accommodate some of the members. Several visitors also will ba present. The club requests that as many members M possible attend. mi soft Not fuss, than with ajiythino- t. It saves you so much that the commonest stuff can largest dairies and ck::;kr: Some women are a IV: They think th.it so easy, there must thing washed. JUn 'A , !:•',<: \ on <•-"!> use. it's cheaper than : ;:. : "••,•;;'. the •\ray. .-i.'iu ic c:: nnnds, any rvin: :!in.n il with the imitations — !'-.;; tors or followers jiros't- BEFORE. AFTER. I liuve taken the nirency for the HERO SHEEP PROTECTOR, and have >. full st.o«k of th- uroods in WRht. Thi-.ie protectors are guaranteed to give jrotectiou to tho sheep as against do^s. We have received our Seeds for the season of 1894, ano have them ready to supply our customers on demand. We handle lothing but LAN DRETH'S SEEDS and as all >f our old stock has been burnt, our customers may rest assured that they will get fresh, ;iean goods. We have a full variety of Garden and Field Seeds also Flower Seeds. We have also a full line of Harness and Carriage Goods, and a full line of Turf and Sporting Goods. In fact we have everything hat goes with a horse and carriage. Don't orget the old place, 424 BROADWAY. Geo. Harrison. FOB THEAS011BR. I will be ivcnmllil.-ito for Tiwisurer of the cltj of LORiinsport, sul>j<ut to ih« wili of the H«publl can Oiu NouiliuiUiii; Convention. 0. B. SAROXNT. Loransport. Ind., February 13, 1H91. I will beacandWitofur Treasurer of the cltj of LflKtinsmirt, *ut>]H:t lotlifwili of tlie Bepaoll- cnn City Nomi , minating Convention. Ind., February 18, J894. A. Lona. I will ba a cnmtldnte for nomination for the ofllco of City Tr-a-nrer subject to the will of the RopnbllcHFi Convention. J. D. ALLISON. l^oguisport, Ind., J-Voruary 19,1K!H. T will be a "sndldi\t« for Treasurer ot the city ot Low i.«nort, subject to the, will of the Republican City Nominal Ing Convention. J C. (Cr) POWELL. Logansport, Ind,, March S, ISM. TOH CLRRK. I will be a <-andl(l ;te f >r Clerk of the City of Lo gunspnrt. subject to tliewtll oftne Republican City NonilnaKng Convention. ALDKHT SWAUKNKR. Logansport, Ind., March SI, 1831. FOB MATOH. . Major McFadtn will be a candidate tor the office of Mayor of tli« City or Losiinsport subject to the Democratic City Convention and It elected no coundlrmin or city official will be permitted to vote the laipayer's munej Into his own pocket U It Is lu his pawer to prevent tt. Billon* Colic Prevented. Persons who are subject to attacks of bilious colic can almost Invariably tell, by their feelings, when to expect an attack. If Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy is taken as soon as these symptoms appear, they can ward off the disease. Such persons should always keep the remedy at hand, ready for Immediate use when needed. Two or three doses of It at the right time will eave them much suffering:. For sale by B. F. Keesllng, druggist. A Wood Liver. Keep your liver active and you'll not ; ,suffor with biliousness—there's the secret. When bilious try a 25- cent package ol Simmons Liver Regulator powder. Take it on the tongue or make tea. You'll take no more pills. GOT IT? Who Say* RhenmatlHm Gannet k* Cured? My wife was confined to her bed for over two months with a severe attack of rheumatism. We could got noth« Ing- that would afford her any relief, and ai a last resort gave Chamber- Iain's Pain Balm a trial. To our great surprise she began to Improve after the first application, and by using U regular she was soon able to get up and attend to her housework. — E. H. Johnson, of C. J. Knutson & Co. Ken- .sington, Minn. 50 cent bottles for sale by B. F. Keesllng, druggist. Kuilre FontfuUoM Dtoorerad. Chicago citizens In their desire t* excel, have lately accomplished a Wf feat, namely: In discovering by actual measurements that there are lonu lady resident! who can wear aho«t twelve laches long. Your blood needs regulating IB spring. "Lafeld Cabinet Port" U nature's own blood purifier. Mild and mellow. Price, quarts, $1; pints. N cents. For sale by W. H. Porter, prescription druggist, 326 Market itreet. Loganeport, Ind. It !• Goad. The more Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Is used the better it Is liked. We know of no other remedy thai always gives satisfaction. It is good when you first catch cold. It l« good when your cough is seated and your lungs are sore. It is good in any kind of a cough. We have sold twenty-five dozen of it and every bottle has given satisfaction. — Sled man & Friedman. • druggists, Minnesota Lake, Minn. 50 cent bottles for sale by B. F. Keesllnjf, Druggist. The Fn»le Molred. Perhaps no local disease has puzzled and baffled tbo medical profession more than nasal catarrh. While not Immediately fatal it U among the moat nauseous and disgusting Ills the flesk is heir to, and the records show very few or no cases of radical cure ot chronic catarrh by any of tho many modes of treatmor.it until tbo Intro* ductlon of Ely's Cream Balm a few years ago. The success of this preparation has been most gratifying- j and surprising. No druggist is with' out It. FOUR"0" Lf\ GRIPPE GUflRf\NTEED BY BEN FISHER. ChuibwUlii'i Er« and Skin Oin Is a certain cure for Chronic Sar* Eyes, Granulated Eye Lids, Sore Nipples, Piles, Eczema, Tetter, Salt Rheum and Scald Head, 25 cents per box. For sale by B. F. Keosllng, TO HOUSE 01VXEKS. For putting a horsB in a fine healthy condition try Dr. Cady's Condition Powders. They tone up the system, aid digestion, cure loss of appetite relieve constipation, correct kidney disorders and destroy worms, giving new life to an old overworked horse. 25 cents per package. For sale by B. F. Keeellnff, druggist. Handle Vmetotr Wood for Male. Handle factory wood delivered t* any part of the city. Mail orders to Hillock & Plttman. Handle Factory, on Toledo St., or P. J. Klmmer.

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