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Logansport, Indiana
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Saturday, April 14, 1894
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PART 9"NOW READY 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 In Cairo Street 4 The Egyptian Temple of Labor 5 The Irish Village 6 The Javanese People 7 The South Se Islanders 8 The Algerian Theater 3 Ths Panorama of Kilauea 10 Arab Spearmen of the Wild East Show H 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. MEETS PRAISE FROM ALL Every person who has taken advantage of our offer of MflRI&BURR CLC We ftRT PORTFOLIO OF STf\OB CELEBRITIES admits that not only have all our representations In regard to Ue intrinsic merits been fully justified; not only baa every promise been kept, but the work EXCEEDS ALL EXPECTATION. The demand lor It has amounted to a ruth which it has kept ua busy t« supply, and although we knew that it would be popular, baa surpassed our most sanguine hopes in regard to U. It merits the popularity it has gained. It IB unique among artistic publication^ treats a popular subject in a popular way, presents poitraits of ALL 1U& GREAT LIGHTS OF THE STAGE in the most attractive manner known to art, nod each part comprises twenty handsome half-tooe photographs, FINISHED IN TWO COLORS, these being tfce latest and best pictures of each subject, with a well, written biographical Bkotch of each. Don't (all to secure the back numbers and secure the forthcoming parts ax thev arrive. Two parts Issued each week. Part 7 now ready. THM OUT. "IF CHRIST CAME TO CHICAGO" COUPON. TSI« Coupon, tcfrther with Torty-nt* MOW prSaStSl auae Portfolio Wpart- t otrS* Joomal, atonret tie (tMt . "II VtaUt Csnw to Cbloato." CV9 •vr, CUT THI» OUT. APB11.17,1804. STAGE CELEBRITIES, This Conpon with two others of dlfltrent datw. and Ten Centu, l» good for one part, containing twenty portraits, of u< Marie Burroogh'i Art Portfolio of Stage ColebritlM. THE JOUBNAi. CCTTHl»OOT The Weight of Cares. Some of Their Effects on the System, They Bring on Wrinkles and Premature Old Age. A Sure Way by Which You Can Avoid All These Results. All have cares «f some klna and cannot avoid it. The business man, clerk, factory-hand, housekeeper, society person and student all have their responsibilities. It is those cares which make so many persons have weak nerves, weakness, poor, blood, indigestion, kidney and liver complaint, headache and innumerable other troubles. There are countless numbers of persons in just such condition. They are not sick with any particular disease, but are out of order, have weak nerves and tired bodies. They do not eat or sleep well, wake tired mornings with bad taste in the mouih and dull feeling head. They have lost their snap and energy and work becomes an effort. An important letter relating to this subject has just come from one of the most prominent and wealthy citizens of Waterbury, Vt., Geo. W. Atkins, Esq., is a leading business roan here, being at the head of the firm of Atkins & Raines, and well known throughout New England. He writes the following letter for your benefit: CEO. W, ATKINS, ••About two years ago I bad pneumonia and was brought very low. After I got out I was in a very feeble condition, not being able to attend to my business for some time. I had become all run down Qand did not know what to do. "I was nervous and exhausted and worried over my condition. I took many remedies but did not seem to get any better. ••At last I decided to take Dr. Greene's Nervura blood and nerve remedy, having always hoard it very highly spoken of. I had not taken it but a very short time when I began to notice decided improvement. I continued using It and the benefit de- rlvod was marvelous. ••I was cured by this wonderful medicine and recommend it to everybody. I have no hesitation in saying it is the best medicine I have ever seen." You know you want to be strong and healthy. Well, all you need do IB to take Dr. Green's Nervura blood and nerve remedy and you will be all you desire. Think this over. There 11 one season when medicine acts better than any other and that is the spring. It is also the season when everybody is obliged to take a spring medicine. The leading one and the best Is Dr. Greene'i Nervura blood and nerve remedy. Everybody is us.ng it now. Dr. Greene, of 85 West 14th street, New York City, discovered It. He is the most Buooeiiful specialist In cur- Ing nervous and chronic diseases, and can be consulted free, personally or b? letter. HamUt Fonnlitloni Dlicorered. Chicago citizens in their deaire to excel, have lately accomplished a big feat, namely: in discovering by actual measurements that there are some lady residents who can wear shoei twelve inches long. Your blood needs regulating in spring. "Lafeld Cabinet Port" is nature's own blood purifler. Mild and mellow. Price, quarts, $1; pints, 60 cents. For sale by W. H. Porter, prescription druggist, 326 Market street. Loganaport, Ind. Our readers will find Simmons' Liver Regulator advertise it, and use it, and we commend it at a safe and excellent medicine. We became acquainted with it in Georgia where it is a standard family medicine. We do not deny the merits of other preparation* but simply state that thli one commands confidence. From the ' Journal, "Laneiboro, Minn, Quaker keadaohe capiuli giver*. lief in ten ninutei. '<! FACTS BBIEFLY STATED. Gottlieb Dittua -was scalped and fatally Injured by runaway horses at Kenton, O. Tho son of Mr. Chambers, of. Carterville, Ga., was killed by tho. accidental discharge of a gun. Gen. Henry W. Slocum, who has been dangerously ill in New York, is pronounced out of danger, 0. C. Lemon was killed and a companion seriously hurt by being struck by a train at Webster, OL Richard B. Girard, a discarded lover, fatally shot Miss Lura ]}, Martin on a train at Charlottesville, Va. There are now 182 horses eligible for the American Derby, to be run in Chicago Juno 2."J for a purse of *25,000. Harry Hurley, a night watchman and constabloof Prairie du Chion, Wis., for many years, was found dead in his house. David G. Ackerman, superintendent of a jewelry factory in Newark, N. J., is accused of robbing his firm of $25,000 ID gold. The total number of hogs packed in the west the past winter was 4,884,000, an increase of 250,000 compared with laat year. Speakers in parliament urged speedy legislation on the Behring sea question and professed confidence in tbe fairness of Americans. In a runaway at Shelbyville, Ind,, Mrs. Charles Tanner and daughter were thrown from their vehicle and received fatal injuries. Jack Redding and David Harper, owners of the celebrated Dos Cabazos mine in Old Mexico, shot and killed each other in a quarrel at Demiag, ST. M. George Burgmeyer's body was found lying in the timber near Cassville.Wis,, Thursday. Last fall be loft his farm opposite Dubuque to transact business at the railroad station near by and never returned. Alfred Anderson, serving a life term in the Anamosa (la.) penitentiary for the murder of a farmer near Fort Madison laat fall, escaped Wednesday night The state offers a reward of ISO for his capture. NOT A SOUL ON BOARD. bjr »D Op** HwltoJj. CoNHBLL»vn.lJt, Pa., April IS,—The east-bound expreia on the Baltimore ft Ohio railroad vrhish left Pittsburgh at 0:20 o'clock Thursday evening ran into a freight train at Tyrone, $ miles west of here. The baggage-car and one day coach were demolished, but no one was killed. Several passengers were quite seriously hurt and all were badly shaken up. A dozen coke cars were wrecked. The accident was caused by an open switch. All traffic on the road was delayed six hour*. Cannot Afford to lie Senator. WASHINGTON, April is.—Senator Dix. on, of Rhode Island, has returned to Washington after a short absence. Many of his colleagues express regret that he has determined uot to be a candidate for reelection. SenatonDixon says that he intends to resume his practice, of law, which has been interrupted during his career in the senate, which, he says, he could not afford to extend for another six years. Threfi Drowned. ROCKVILLE CENTER, L. I., April IS.— The yacht which sailed from here on Monday for South bay with a ducking party composed of Dr. James A. Uutch- inson, Thomas G. Knight, Frank White and Paul Ayres aboard, was capsized during the gale of Wednesday. Hutchinson. Knight and White were drowned. Ayres was rescued. Clothlns; Burned. NoutESViLUC, Ind., April IS.—Fire at Westiield, 6 miles west of this city, destroyed a two-story building and stock of clothing belonging to Fred Hawkins. Loss on stock, $4,500; insurance. iS.OOO. Renomlnnted for Congress. MUNOIK, Ind., April 13.—The republican! of the Sixth congressional district met in Muncie Thursday and r«- nominated Hon. Henry U. Johnson to represent the district in congress. Mr. Oeo. W. Schul* Impure Blood Bolls, Pimples, Humors, Cured by Hood's. The following testimonial Jrom Mr. Ceorgft W. Bohulz, 1 printer at Xcwell.Iowa, is of special Interest u It bears directly upon th« Mood- purifying qualities of Hood's Sarsapiu-lllat "For about two or three years I was troubled With pimples or bolls on my face and body,. Getting Worse and Worse I read about the good Hood's Sar»apaHUawm*. doing anil decided to try It. Shortly Miter I commenced taking Hood's Sarsaparllla to my gnat jurprl.se Hie eruptions begun to disappear. Now I am free from them. I nad »t previous • Hmei thought, that If I did not rid mj blood OI Hood's^Cures thl$ impurity It might lead to scrofula or i othor terrible disease. I cheerfully recommend Hood's Barsaparllls to oil those who ne*d sv blood purifier.'' GKO. Vf, SCBULZ, Newell, Iowa» Hood's Pills »« hand nude, and pertMt- tn proportion and, appearance. SSc, a box. Abandoned Schooner Anhore »t Newbury- port—C'rew Bettered to Hare Been Lot. NKWBUBYPOBT, Mass., April IS.—Tha schooner Jennie M. Carter, bound for Philadelphia with a. cargo of paving- utones, came ashore here without a soul aboard, and it is believed the entire crew has perished. When first seen her Bails were in ribbons and her jibboom and bowsprit were gone. Her rudder was also missing and the vessel was drifting at the mercy of the terrible seas toward Sand Beach, In half an hour she struck and was soon pounding herself to pieces. vW'hen she was boarded no one was found aboard. A larjre three-masted schooner is ashore at Salisbury beach and two bodies have been washed ashore. A Murderer Lyuchod. LAMISON, Ala., April 13,—The body of William Lewis (colored) was found hanging to a tree near here. The corpse was riddled with bullets. Lewis murdered Robert Shields, a white planter, recently. Straw board, a year ago quoted a* IBB a too, 1* now lelllnir at »19, »nd tbo trad* U Bald to b« thoroughly demoral- National Orange Concrmn, SAN FBANCISCO, April 13.— The festival hall of the! big Mid winter fair was well filled at the opening of the national grange congress, under the auspice* of the California state grange. Many states are represented and numerous matters relating to the agricultural interests of the country will be dia- nussed. _ THE MABKfim Gralo, FroiUloni. Kto. CHICAGO, April 18. FLOUR— The demand was lle&t and ihi feeling weaker. Quotations range as follows; Winter-Patents, K.805J3.15; straights, I2IJOQ2.70; clours, tUOaaiO; seconds, (1.80 ®l.BOi low grades, tl.60al.70. Soring— Patents, jasosaoo; straights, H2.30O2.90: Bakers', fl.7532.iW: low grades, 11.4091.50; Red Dog, ll.3oil.50: Rye, t2.4U32.50. WHEAT— Active ana unsettled with wlds fluctuations. C»nh. &8HG!>0Ko: May, 5«*d 60«c; July, OlHQOSKc- Cons— Moro active «nd unsullied, now steady. No. 2, S8o; No. 'i Yellow, SSc; No, 3, ST&o, and No. 3 Yullow, S75io; April, Xc under May, May, 38KdS8fcc; j u iy, 38J4a89«c; September, —A remarkable collection of old line whig, republican and democratic election tickets, for all the spring and fall elections nince 1S41, is possessed and highly prized by Constable Wiliiam Abrams, Sr., of Fraukford, Pa., who is DOW in his seventy-fourth year. — "Don't you think it proper that young girls should learn to play the piano before they are married?" "Indeed I do, for then they can prove the sincerity of their love for their husbands by giving it up after marriage." —Fliegende Blatter. OATS— Active and hlshor. No. 2 ca»h, 81H; May, SlxafrJWc; July. »a2»Kc; September, 2JVi»2i^c. Samples In fair demand and steady. No. 3, 3aa33!ic; No. 8 White, 33!f ffl34V4c; No. 2, ajffiS2«°: No. 2 White, 354»S5Ho. RYE— Slow sale. No. 2 cash, <8c, aod sample lots, 60KQ6ic; May delivery, Mo. BAULKY— Was steady. Choice by sample, 60£58o; fair to good. 51Q55C; common, 4(1Q We. and low grade *3f(J(6o, with screenings flC.dOiai" W per toa MESS POKK— Trading moderate and prices higher. Quotations ranged aUliTTtf'asiaoo for casti regular; Sl2.?7^iai3,W for May. and MS. 85-3613.05 for July. LARD— Market rather quiet and higher. Quo- Utiona ranged at S7.47«ia7.,S5 for raali; t7.4ijia 7.60 for May, and KM2WB.7.30 for July. LIVE POULTI-.Y — Per pound: Chickens, 85i Btfc; Turkoys, 7(&10c; Ducks, BaiOc; Geese, f3.0*&5.0U per dozen. HOTTER— Creamery, 11933c: Dairy, 16a21c; Packing Stock, S»10o. Otl.s— Wisconsin Prime White, 7>ic: Water WMie, 7Jic; Michigan Prime Whit*, &MC; Water White, 9c; Indiana Prtmo White, fl'ic; Water White, 8\o; Headlight, 17T> tost 8Hu: Uaa- olin», 87deg'», 1W; 74deg'», »c[ Nuphtha, M der's, <Kc. LKJUOK*— Distilled splri u steady on.'the basis of 11.15 per gal for finished goods: Nivr YOBK, April ia WniAT— Na 2 red Mny.fl.'JiitO. 1 ! H-JOc; July, <VJMSa<»7ic.- December, tVHWlKa CORN— No. S oponod steady, but declined oa largo loon arrival*, May, 43^®4<Hc; July, Great Trlniaplt. Instant relief experienced manent cure by the most speedy and greatest remedy la the world— OttoV Cure for lung and throat diseases. Why will you continue to irritate your throat and lungs with that terrible hacking cough when Ben Fisher, 311 Fourth street, sole agent, will furniih. you a free sample bottle of this guarantee remedy? Its success In simply wonderful, as your druggist will tefc: you. Otto's Cure Is now sold in every town and village on this continent. Samples free. Large bottles 50 cents. KNOWLEDGE Brings comfort and improvement and tends to personal enjoyment when rightly used. The many, who live better than others and enjoy life more, with less 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 hqmd laxative principles embraced in the remedy, Syrup of Figs. Its excellence is due to its presenting in the form most acceptable and pleasant to tho taste, the refreshing and truly beneficial properties of a perfect laxative ; effectually cleansing the system, dispelling colds, headaches and fevers and permanently curing •constipation. It has given satisfaction to millions and met with *he approval of the medical profession! because it acts on the Kidneys, Liver and Bowels without weakening them and it is perfectly free from every objectionable substance. Syrup of Elm is for sale by.all druggists in %0c aiicf$l bottles, but it i§ manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co. only: whose name is printed on every package, also the name, Syrup of Ffes, * OATS-NO. * quiet and euy. May, 38K&3SXCI July, JB-V®SSXo; track white State, 380430; track white 'Western, 8*a4Sc. PROVISIONS— Beef steady. Family, (12.00& 14.00; extra meig, t&OO. Pork llrro: new mew, HS.T5O14.88: family, I14.60@15.00; short clear, {U.&9I&00. Lard firm; prime. Went- ern iteam, 18.05, nominal. ••or Over fUtr' Mrs. Winslow'g Soothing Syrup hat been used for over fifty years by millions of mothers for their children while teething, with perfect success. It soothes tho child, softens the pums. allaya all pain, cures wind colic, and ie the best remedy for diarrhoea. It will relieve the poor little sufferer immediately. Sold by druggists in every part of the world. Twenty-five' cents a bottle. Bo sure and aak for •Mrs. Window's Soothing Syrup" and take no other kind. Wbo S«y« Klkeummtlsm Cannot fee- CnredT • My wife was confined to her bed for* over two months with a severe attack of rheumatism. We could get noth« ing that would afford her any relief, and ai a last resort gave Chamber- Iain's Pain Balm atrlal. To our great surprise she began to improve after the first application., and by using it regular she was seon able to get up and attend to her housework.— E. H. Johnson; of C. J. Knutson & Co. Ken- Minn. 50 cent bottles for . F. Keetllng, druggist, sington, sale by ^ TOLIDO, O., April is. WHCAT— Quiet. No. 2 cash and April, WiHo; May, 6»J<c: July, «I!<o. CORN— Steady. No. 2 oaih, SSc; May, 58*c. OATS— Steady. No. S mixed, SSc; No. 2 whit*, Uttc, RTi-DulL Cash, 60c. CLOVIBSEID— Firm. Prime cash and April, 16.60; October, H7B. , . infonn*d,jottirill no*. accept way inNrtituto if offtrt* LtT* Stock. CHICAGO, April 11 Hoos— Market active and feeling Quite firm. Prices 10*16o hieher. Sales ranged at N.70 Q6.16 for Plgi: B.0096.25 for light: 14.8^ HO for rough packing; I4.95<a».20 for mixed, and 16.1606.30 for heavy pocking and shipping lots. CATTLi-Market fairly active and price* •teady, Quotations ranged at fiSOOfTQ for choice to extra shipping Steers; M.76a C25 for good to choice do.; (1.5034.96 Jor fair to good; KU5a350 for common to medium do.; f31o®3.4i for butchers' Steers; I2.70«s.go for Stockera; f3.20«M,<» for Feeders; ll.60ai.20 for Cows; l2.75aS.SO for Heifers; teOOoaSO for Bulls; M.70lt.1,00 for Texas Steer*, and 12.753R.2J for Vcnl Crtlvrn. Bear«r. In the crusade Inaugurated nearly half n cen- tary ago agatnit the professional Ignorance o' «>e old schort of medicine. Ho«t*ttCT's Stomach Bitters was a standard bnarer. IW tlotortaaowr disease, when the old t'me specifics proved ao]ect tellurw, proved tkat the p«ra<Jo-pWI°«>pliT which sanctioned the admlnlrtratlon of violent rem«- <tlw whore tb« case required none, which laid down as unalterable rales blood letting, flolwit pnr«atloD,tli«iue»f emetics and the em»107- m»nt«f corrosive and cumnlatlTO poisons In simple CAM of liver and malarial complaint, was IA fact tte worst olun»hllo«>ph7. contrary »'*• to th* lam of true nwdldwt iclence, othwlene and of oo»mon««BBe. - Billomness, oonstlHtt<» • na ohlUaaDdf«v»(,aanow twated bv tb« Bitten. promptlvjltld ; where befor* they ilt. WHIT PW10- GUd The grand specific for the prevailing malady of tho age, dyspepsia, liver complaint, rheumatism, costiveness, general debility, etc., is Bacon's Celery King for the nerves. Thi» great herbal tonic stimulates the digestive organs, ragulates tho liver and restores the system to vigorous health and energies. Samples free Large- packages 50 cents. Sold only by Ben Fisher, 311 Fourth street. »Ror«l Bobf-' Firt Wlu*. If you are reduced in vitality or strength by illness or any other cause, we recommend the use of this Old- Port Wine, the very blood of th« grape. A grand tonio for nursing mothers, and those reduced by w&rt- ing dUeaae. It creates ttrength; improves tho appetite; nature'* owa remedy, mud preferable to drugs; guaranteed absolutely pure »nd over five yearn of age. Young wins ordinarily sold is not fit to use. Insist OB having this standard brand, it oostt no more, fl In quart bottles. Bot- tied by Royal Wine Co., Chicago For sale by Johnston Bros. California Fruit t.«Jt*ti vets nature's own true remedy. It combines the medicinal virtues of California fruttt and plant* which are known to hard • beneficial effect on tho human system. Although harmless to the most delicate constitution it U thorough and effective, and will afford a peimaiWAl cure for habitual constipation and th« many disorders arising front a weak or Inactive condition of th» kidneys, liver, stomach and bowels. For Ml* by all druMUU at *0 oentt a tottte. Karl's Clover Boot, the new blood? purifler. give, f resnnet* and to theoompleriom amd tton; «*;, «oo. f.Keesllnf

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