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Logansport, Indiana
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Sunday, April 8, 1894
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A YOUNG GIRL'S^FORTDNE, AN INTERESTING SKETCH. Nothing appeals «o strongly to a mother's •affection as her daughter just buddins Into womanhood. Following is uu Inmancu: "Our •duuxlitur, Blanche, un\v is yours of ago, hud been terribly aflllcted witb nervounnesi, and had lost tha entire \iao of her right arm. Shu wai in sucb a condition that we hod to keep her from xchool and Abandon her music lesion". 'ID fuct, wo feared St. Vltua duticv, and arc positive but 1'or fin Invulunbte remedy sho would hiLvo had thut tcrriblo affliction. \Vo hail employod physiplann. but ulie received no beru'dc from them. Tho nnrt of last August Mio welched but 7j ponndfl, and Although sho tutu taken only three bottle* of Kervluu she now weighs 106 pounds; her nervousness and nyinp- torn* of St. vuun dunco are entirely gono. slio attend* school regularly, and iludlcs with comfort and ea-ie. Sho Liu recovered complete iisu of herurm. her appetite in splendid, ami no money could procure for oar dauRhtcr the het;lth Dr. .Mile*' Nervine hu brought her. When my brother recommended tho remedy I had no faith In patent medicines, and would not listen to him, but an a last report he eent us » bottle, wo bcciin giving It to Blanche, and Ilia effect was altcobt Immediate."—Mrs K. It. Bullock, Brighton. N. Y. J>r. Miles' itcrtomcivo Nervine la sold by nil drtw.'rlstnon a positive fniarantee, or sent direct by tho Dr. Milun Mcdlcul Co., Klkhart, Ind., ou •receipt of price, Jl par bottle, six bottles for 16, •«xpreia prepaid. It is positively free from .opiu'.ia or . DR. TRUAX, THE SPECIALIST. OVER STATE NATIONAL BANK After fourt wn reirs of scientific stndj of Nose, Lnng, Llver,«nd nl 1 Dlnwises ot it Chronic Nature I adoptid my prtwnt form of tmitm-nt, and hftTe co nduct f d n snccossfnl pract Ice In tho above «|HM o( ea*»s. I <;i>nllfllly Invlt* jou or jour frlendi. If aflllctpd with mij ChrTie Disease, to «>nsult m« ami my mcthwl nr treatment and Its results. Ofll cc hours: to to 12 n. "> .: 2 to 4. 7 to a p.m. Residence at off! .•». All cal'a promptly attended. Traveling 1 Alone •On journeys is tedious—makes tript teem long which are all too short with good .-company! How is it -then that on one great journ- •ey so many choose to travel absolutely .alone—turn their backs on the only com- •panions that can make the way pleasant f It's the journey of Hfe, and the way i* long, tedious, and even dreaded, unleM Are are hand in hand with those Two Friends Health and Strong Nut-vet I When they are along days are full of sunshine t Art thty valh you mating ilu jaurnty happy, 4T Aavt you drivtit tktm way by careUtsnen, vorry, mirvMrk, tfiirifatim, ar otlur cause; t , Wt want le till you tkatofromf land fail* •tut Htl ff Dr. Wheeler'5 Nerve Vltalizer •afwaj/i triii/i tack Htalth anil Slronf Ntrvtt-* Explain your cue (with fttmp for reply) and the Doctor will gladly adviae you. Fr*e treatment for other dlttaie with Ncrroui Troubln will be given to nscri of tha VHallier If found neceutry Of drugfflttt 4t Ji.oo * bottle, or if nol found with your local dealer write ua. The J.W. Brant Co. Makirs ALBION. MICH. Aid 4» D*y *t.. Mnr Y»rk Solo by Ben Fisher, 311 Fourth St. APRON FUR. We offer $500 to »nj chemlit or otber penion who •bull find by Mialy- *!• » p*rtlcf*of opl- am, raorphlpe, co. caloe.orftnr bftrm- ftildrniifnthli remedy which aiern can «*p*na BPOO H all nebs* DAILY JOURNAL. SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 8. Carpet tacks, 6 boxes for live cents, at Hanna'd, Linen damask only 12J cents.— Ooldeo Rule. Home-made lea oream at the Apron Fair Wedoeuduy. The Rale of the noaoon begini Monday at the Golden Rule. Ben Flaher's Baking Powder is the test in tho world. Try it, Special sale Monday, 150 carpet sweepers lit |1,60 each, at the New Fashion store. New cArpotB, C'lrtalneand mattings juit opened at surprisingly [low prices •t the Trade Palace. You don't have to go any further than hi* vlndovr to ascertain the truth of Otio Kraus' advertisement, Wanted—Three young men about 18 years of aire. Addreai or apply at once to Tho Union News Co., Peru, lad. Is your hoad clear t Have you a food grip on all your Intereiti and a boundle*B energy to your blood? You can have both If you obierve the pre caution to take, when retiring for the night, a dose of Smith's Bile Beans By >he time yr>u get lo work next day you will feel a* if you oo«ld u 1 train of oari. Besure to get the small A New ••* Original Hoheme f«r a Commendable Pnrpece. The Unlversallst Society of this city lately placed in their church a Handsome organ, for the payment of which the; bave devised a plan, which, on account of Its uniqueness promUoa to culminate successfully in big returns. Several weeke ago the local society lont letters to -arious Unlversallst organizations throughout the United States requesting each society to con. tribute one or more aprons toward a fair to be held in this city the proceeds of which to be usud to pay for tho orf»an recently purchased. This request met with a most liberal response, and as a result the society hero have on hand a large variety of aprons which will be placed on sale at tho rink on tho afternoon and evening ot Wednesday, April llth. Homo made ice cream and other refreshments will be served In connection In the evening a grand concert will be given by the Loganaport Military Band, who will appear in their new uniforms for tho Drat time. Tbts will be a drawing feature as the band hae equipped itself with now music and added several instruments. Enille'* Pfent. This well known idyl of the Slerraa s oce of the prettiest pictures on the it&ge. It has perhaps never had a rival In strong, well sustained Interest, f wo except tho Danites. It ii purely and simply an American story and peopled with men and women essentially western, but who, with all their rough extremes, are as true and bon- st in their natures as the noblest to be found in the moat reflced centres of more advanced civilization. The ih&racter of Jack Trail stands almost unrivalled at a dramatic production, nhile Sierra Suzo, perhaps, has no iqual in perfectnesa of the stage draw- ng. The comedy and the more serous parts of the play are so admlr bly drawn as to please all taetes. 'he drama is booked at Dolan's opera ouae for a near date. To Builoem M«»I If you etjoy listening to great busl- 698 men, go to Trinity church Sun- ay evening and hear S. A. Hatnea peak on the "One man power in bus- ness and religion," Mr. Halnes is not only »most suooesefal business man, but one of the speakers of the country. His address Ht tho national convention of the Brotherhood of St. Andrew, held tho attention of that vast body of intelligent Uymen, and won for him applause equal to that given to such men as G. Henry D&vle of Philadelphia and James L. Hought- ellng, of Chicago. Don't fall to hear him. Service at 7:30 p. m. BKATAB MBRWBIAK. In a world ttmt'n bright and fair, Naught ol dtatb can enter there. Manj hearts in sorrow grieves; latth for heaven, oar darling leaTM. Mrmorj of thy pure joung life Oft r?nows a vision bright; Boiling yaure, nor-tlmf, nor «»ace, Toar brlgM memory can erase. Oft we'll miss thy smiling face From its nell remembered ilnce. Can we doubt thy Father's care, He who life and being gave; .Afi His love Is everywhere. Think not less, "beyond the grave,'' Tl-oiiidi Ills form be hid from view, Yonder still, He loves you true. —H. 0. SOMMKB3. Indianapolis, April n, 1804. TUB CHl'ltCHEt*. FOOD FOR THE INVALID. Meeting. The English Lutheran church will hold a congregational meeting immediately after the morning services, lo-dvy. All members are earnestly requested to attend this meeting to ratify the action of the church counsel In the matter of extending a call for paator. BY ORDER OF COUNSEL, CANDIDATE*. TOH TnUSDllIR. I will be a candidate for Treasurer of the oitj of LoKan.iport, subject to the will of the Repnbll can City Nominating Convention. O. B. SAROIKT, Lopansport, Ind., February 13, 1894. I will be a candidate for Treasurer of the city ofLostansport, snbjeit to the will of the Republican Guy Nominating Convention. 1.1/)N». Logansport, Ind., February 18,1894. I will bn n candidate for Treasurer *( the city of Log.tnsport. subject to the will of the Republican Clt/ Nominating Contention. O E. (£D) BABNITT Logansport, Ind.. April T, 1MM. I will be a candidate for nomination for th« office of City Treasurer subject to the will of the Republican Convention, J. D. ALLISON, Logansport, Ind., Jfeoruary 19,1RM. Iwlllbeacandlditefor Treasurer oftheolty of Loga.nport. subject to the will ottbe Republican UltyNoimaailug Convention. J.C. (Or) POWELL, Loganaport, Ind., Match 5, 18M, I will be a candidate for Clerk of the City of Lo- gnnsport, subject to the will ol the Heniblloiin City Nornlna. lug Convention. J. B. WIHTKBS. Logansport, Ind., April 6,1894. TOR CLKIUC. I will be a candid ite f.)r Clerk" of the City of Lo ganaport, subject to the will of the Ropnbllcan C,ty Somlnau,*Convention. C0.M71KRLAMD PnfcsuYTjmuN CnuiiCB.—Servlcas at 11 Hin sinJ 7 i> m. Pronclilni; hy Rev. A. W. Hawkins. Sunday Scln'ol at (W5 u ra. Ciiuncn OF CHRIST (*cl-ntlnt)—Services will b« held In thPlr new rooniB In tl-e Mag«e block, corner of Slxrli -nd Broadway. Bible Cln«« at l«:3o Sunday morning. All are cordially Invited to attend. BKOADWAY PiuaBtTKHiAN CuuRon-Hev. E, S' fcott. Pastor. Mvnilnff sarvlces 11:W ft. ni. Subject. "Songs in the Nlitht." feundny Scliool at 0 SO. u m. Y. P S. C. E. at 0:30 p m. All are cordially invited to attend tbese services, A. M, E. Cmmar-Corner of Cloott and Unrkrt streets, L. W. Katun, pustor. Services at 10:30 a. m. lint! 7:30 p, in. Simdiiy scnonl at3 p.m. CLH.JoneH.Supt. Theluneralor Everet LuKe will bo conduct**! by llcv. T. S. Froein m »t 2 p m. FIRST PRESBTTERIAH CHOHCH—B6V. D, P. Putnam, pHKtor. SlurnlnB services at 11 o'cl ck. PreachiiiB by Rev. Churles l.lltl«ol Wabash. EveiilnK services at 7 30 o'clock. Sunday S hool at 9:HO. Young People's meeting at (J:8f am. A cordial wolcomt* for all. ENOi.un LnniRiiAN Cucncn—Services at 11 a tn byBev A. ,Ione.<. A congressional mpfltlnK wlllbeheldlmmedlaWyafn-r tun morning scr- vlo-i. No evcnlnn .service. Members are urefd to be present. Sunday School at 9:30 * in. Junior Endeavor at a. Y. P. 8. C. E. at U:3«. CltKiBTiAN CHL-ROH—Corn* r Ninth and Spear streflts. Rev.T.S, Freeman, Pastur. Services at il o'clock- a in by the pimtor, Sunday School at !MO a m, G, N. Berry, Siipt. Y, P. S, C. E. at 015. Morning subject, "Christ's Prayer for His People." All are In- vltfd, UNIVKMSALIST CHUKCH—RCT, T. S. Guthrle Pastor. Services today at this church at 11 a.m. and 7 p. m. by ths> pastor. -Sunday school at 10 a. m., Edward Cunls, Supt. Morning subject. "Godlluess" Kveuliigsubjoot. "Sir, what muft I do to he saved." All are cordially Invited to tbese services. TBINITY EpisrxiPAL Cmjncii—Rev. Doaglas I. Hobbs Rector. 7 a m Holy Cemmunlon. 9:30 a iii, Sunday School; 10:30 a in, morning prayer, and sermon. 7 p. m. evening prayer and address by Mr, S.A. Halnes of Indianapolis Subject "One man's power In business and relUlon, A welcome for all. BAPTIST CiruRCH-Rov. W. H. H. Marsh Pnstor. Services today at 10:80 a. m. ureachlns bytbe pastor. Sunday Scliool at 12. Muctlug at the B Y. P. U. In the lecture room at 6 Sii. Leader, Uarry Trltt, Snblect, "Perils or Toun* Men". L kexv 13. Morning unbjeot, ''Isaac denning tbo wells Abraham digged." On ac count of the E. R. Y. SI. C. A aanlver-ary at the First Fresbiterlnn church there will be no evening services In this church. [Those furnishing the chnrch notices will pleaae hand In only the changes In the notices such as special services, suuject, change of hoar and change of pulpits. Cut out this nutlce as far as It Ic good and add the change. flOO Rew.rd, £100. The reader of this paper will be pleased to learn that th«r« Is at least one dreaded diseases that science liaa been able to cure In all Its stages and that Is Catarrb. Hull',* Catarrh Cure Is tbe only posl'lve enre known to tho medical fraternity. Catarrh being a constltatl«nal dlsmisfl, requires s constitutional treatment. Hull's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally, acting directly on the blood and mucus surfaces of tbtt system, thereby destroilng the foundation of the disease, and giving the patient strength by building up tbe constitution and amlsUng nature In doing Its work. The proprietors have so mueli faith lu Us curative powers, that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any ease that It falls to cure. Send for ll»t of testimonials Address, K. J. CHENEY 4 CO., Toledo, 0. tar-Sold by druggists. Logansport, Ind., March SI, Iii9i. I will be B candidate for Clerk of the City ot Lo- ..unsDort, subject to tbe will -of the Republican Cltr Nominating Convention. CHUILXS SMITH. Lopuuport, Ind., Aprin, i«94. rOR 9UTOR. Majnr McFadln will be a candidate for the olDce of Mayor of the Glti o- Logansiiore subject to tDe Dcmocratlu City Convention and If elected no coundluutn or cltj ofllclal will be permitted to vote tbe Uupiijer'a mone) Into bis own pockot If It la lu bin power to prevent It. Haiti™ Fo»dttlQ« Dlicoiered. Chicago citizens in their deelre tt excel, have lately accomplished a big (eat, namely: In discovering by actual measurements that there are eomt lady residents who oan wear shoei twelve inches long. Tour blood needs regulating it spring. "L&feld Cabinet Port" Is n» lure's own blood purifier. Mild and mellow. Price, quarts, fl; plnti, <k cents. For tale by W. H. Porter, pr» 4orlptlon druffirlit, 829 Market itreet Loftniport, Ind, Bile* to California HreBtlr Rrdnecd Tin the Feun»ylv»nl» L.lne«. The Midwinter Fair at San Fran- oisoo and the numerous other attractions in the Wonderland beyond the Rooky mountains oan be enjoyed b> persons of limited means as the round trip rate has again been materiall} reduced via Pennsylvania lines. Pas. sengers oan select any of the several routes from Chicago, and the return limit is ample for a satisfactory sojourn. For details apply to J. A Mo- Cullough, ticket agent. Logansport, Ind. G. A. K. : On the occasion of the Encamp, ment G. A. R. and Woman's Belief Corps of Indiana, at Lafayette, Ind., April 4 and 5, 1894, the Wabaoh Ball- road Company, will sell round trip tiokts for $1.11. Tickets will be sold April 3d and 4th, good going date of sale and good returning not later than April 6th. C. G. NEWELL, Ag't, Wabash B. B. Co. Republican Slate Convention. On account Republican State Con ventlon the Pennsylvania lines will sell excursion tickets to Indianapolis and return at rate of $2.85. Tickets will be sold April 24th and 25th, good going only on date of sale and will be available for returning trip until April 27, 1894, inclusive. Vandalla Miie .Excursion* To South, Southeast and Southwest will run on various dates from now until June 5, 1894, inclusive. One fare round trip. C*ll on or address any Vandalla line agent and ask for Information contained in circular No S27 of January 20, 1894. Handle Factory Wood for Hale, Handle factory wood delivered to any part of the city. Mail orders to Hillock & Flttman, Handle Factory, on Toledo St., or P. J. Klmmer. Alter tbe ball U over, after the break or morn, After the dancers leaving, after the itats art ftne. Mi«ahe«illi»onlng,lfyounutknew It »11, Take 8mltb'» Bile Beuil on retiring after tht taU, A«k for SMALL »l«. Days full of tbe sunshine of health are those which follow the use of Dr. Wheeler's Nerve Vitiliser. Sold 'by Ben Fisher. .• • Our psrasols are beautiful.—Th« New Fashion .tow. What It Should B» and • Few Direction! for Preparing It. In preparing food for an invalid we should make it an object not only to choose strengthening dishes, those which contain the most nutriment and at the same time are easily digested, but to have a change and tempt tho appetite with dainty little surprises. For those who bave occasion to plan the food to be served to the invalid suggestions often prove helpful, even though the recipes may not all be new. Potato Surprise—Take a smooth, medium-sized potato, wash and cut the Small end partly off, leaving- just enough attached to form a little hingu Scoop out part of tlio raw potato and fill with beef or mutton that has been prepared by removing- all gristle and fat, chopped very fine and seasoned. When filled tie the potato cover on and bake until tender. When done take from tho oven, raise the cover, and if i tho meat looks dry tuvn over it a little i dressing made with butter, water and flour, or, if there is any on band, a lit- ! tie meat gravy. Serve in the skin and, as its name suggests, it will be a tempting surprise. Or, for a chang-e, simply bake the potato and when done cut oil the little end and scoop out all the inside, season this with butter, salt and chopped colery, beat up tine and lig-ht, then ro- Jill the skin and serve. Scraped Beef—This is simply beef from which all indigestible sustances have been removed. Take a tender piece of beef, cut across tho grain, scrnpe with a spoon until all the pulp is removed, make a fresh surface by cutting- off tho scraped part with a thin, sharp knife; proceed in this way until all tho meat is reduced to a pulp. If necesHary it may be eaten raw, spread very thin on slices of toast, or the pulp may bo put in a hot frying- pan with a little butter and allowed to barely cook through, stirring- and turning constantly. A weak stomach will often retain scraped beef when it refuses all other solid foods. Beef Extract—This is preferable to the much-abused beef tea. Select a <jood piece of meat, remove all the pristle and fat, cut into small squares, and put into a glass jar without water. Seal the jar and sink it iuto a kettle of cold water; let it couie to a boil gradually, then boil five or six hours until the meat looks white and dry. Strain the extract, and season. If too strong- dilute with hot water or milk. In reheating- extracts or broths put the liquid iu an earthen dish and set in hot water. Mutton Eroth—This does not contain as much nourishment as beef extract, but is often relished for a change. Prepare by cutting the mutton into thin slices; add cold, silted water in the proportion of one quart of water to one pound of meat; let it simmer an hour and a half; then boil half an hour; strain through a cloth and season to taste. Crackers or stale bread cut itito squares and browned in the oven may be served with beef or mutton broth. Celery Toasts-Cut a few stalks of celery into pieces an inch or two in length and cook in boiling- water, slightly salted, until tender. Add a little milk and sufficient flour to thicken the liquor to the consistency of cream. Season with butter and salt and pour over thin slices of toasted bread; serve hot Asparagus may also be cooked and served In the same way. Cooked celery is believed by many to be of great benefit hi rheumatism. Chicken Jelly—Put the chicken on to cook in two quarts of cold water and boil until the meat will shred and the liquor is reduced to a little leas than a quart; spread a cloth over a colander and strain the liquor through it into an earthen dish; salt to taste and set away to cool. It should be skimmed once or twice while cooling. When cold you should have a clear, firm jelly, which is delicious served in slices or as a sandwich between thin buttered dices of bread or crackers. A dainty sandwich is made by trimming all tho crust from a thin slice of fresh bread, which is spread with tbe jelly and rolled. If solid food can be eaten the chicken meat may be cut into small pieces and added to the liquor, being careful that all the skin and bones are first removed. —Chicago Times. PART 9 NOW READY —"How are things with you now?" "Pretty slowly," replied the younf man. "I'm waiting to see which 11 b« broke, myself or my uncle's will."— Washington Star, —In 16S9 there wero nine hundred miles of railroad in European Turkey and three hundred and sixty in Turkish Asia. La Grippe Vanauished. PTJPT P'Q 4 C I" ft SURE SPECI- r fir,LI O t-V/ FIC to thisdroadftd dlseii.ie, :i« most any resident of Arkansas Cltj BUI testify. Santa Fe Railroad Boys Heard From. MB. R. R. PUKIPS: DKAB SIR.—I take great pleafmre In recommending your Fonr-C for coughs and colds. HavliiK given It a trial, I coalu recommend no better medicine for my friends. Very truly, L, w. KKNNKDT, Station Baggageman. A Santa Fe Engineer's Story I contracted a bad cold; was so hoanw 1 could only speak above a whisper; tbe codsh nan Terr dlatr^nslnz; purchi«ed a bottle ot your'our-C; It cured almost from tbe ftart I take (treat uleaaure In recommending It to myfrlendi. J. M. ZORM, ' Engineer, Saata re Railroad. PHUT PC 4 r J»»W wider,• IBM- rHELro /r-V/ anteeto glte portal MtlifMtlonMnonejalmri w»oin«d br BEN FISHER. This interesting number is the first MIDWAY NUMBER and contains the following photographs: 1 The Western Entrance to Midway Plaisance 2 Town Hall in Old Vienna 3 ?n Cairo Street \ 4 The Egyptian Temple of Labor 5 The Irish Village 6 r he Javanese People 7 The South Se Islanders 8 The Algerian Theater 9 Ths Panorama of Kilauea 10 Arab Spearmen of the Wild East Show 11 Encampment of Bedouins 12 The Lapland Village 13 Interior of Lapland Village 14 Midway Driving Bell Exhibit 15 The Famous Persian Theatre 16 The Chinese Pagodas. If Christ: NOW . READY Came to Chicago JOURNAL READERS SHOULD NOT MISS THE Greatest Sensation OP THE NINETEENTH CENTURY. THE FAMOUS EDITOR OP THE REVIEW OF REVIEWS WM. T. STEAD OF LONDON The most remarkable figure of reform in modern civilization, whose book* have been sold all over the English-speaking world BY MILLIONS, Has Written this Book for America SELECTING CHICAGO AS THE TYPICAL CITY OP CORRUPTION AND OP GREATNESS. Truths are told as they bave not been told since CUBIST CAME TO PALESTINE. And the evils known to modern life are sketched like ripens and their chief abettors are named openly without regard to penM or consequences. Supply yourself at once with this great book. Call and get it at once, as this will be tlic most advertised book, by the denunciation* and laudations of the press, that has been issued in this country. STRIKINGLY ILLUSTRATED SPLENDIDLY BOUND NEARLY 500 PAGES •The Journal is pleased to announce that it hat secured a large number of oopies of the first edition of this wonderful book, which will be sold to Journal readers for 45 cents, together witb one coupon clipped from thil paper. No one should tniss reading this great book which contains start- ting (acts never before presented in such a graphic manner. CUT THIS OCT. "IF CHRIST CAME TO CHICAGO" COUPON. ,, together with FortHlw ment of The Joornml, book. "It CnrUt Cum to Chliago." CI;T THIN OCT. A PHIL 8, 1894. STAGE CELEBRITIES, Tbto Coupon with two others of different datM, and Tru Cenu, U good lor one put, oonttimnt tweatr portralU, ot the Marie Bnrwtgh'i ArtPwt- MIo«f8t»feCekbrltlM. THE JOURNAI*

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