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PART 10 NOW READY. In elegant Cloth or Leather Bindings. The Journal has made arrangements with Longwell & Cummings, the-'book binders, to bind all the Dream City Portfolios distributed to Journal subscribers or[any others which may have been procured elsewhere. The covers are of tasty and elegant design in Embossed Cloth-or Russia Leather and will be bound complete at prices varying from $1.20 to $2.35. Take your portfolios, as soon as complete, to Longwell & Cummings, 5th and Market Sts., who will fill the order at once. MEETS PRAISE FROM ALL Every person who has taken advantage or our^offer of MrtRIB BURROUGHS .flRT PORTFOLIO OP STf\OB CELEBRITIES work EXCEEDS ALL EXPECTATION. Th» demand for It has amounted to a ru»b which it has kept ua busy to supply, and although we "new that It would bo popular, has surpassed our most sanguine hopes in regard ^ o It. It merits the popularity it has gained. It is unique among artistic pub lioattop^ treats a popular subject in a popular way, presents poi traits of ALL , IHt GREAT LIGHTS OF THE STAGE In the most attractive manner known to art- Rnd each part comprises t^only handsome half-tone photographs, FINISHED IN TWO COLORS, these being the latest and best pictures of each subject, with a well, written biographical sketch ol each, Don't fail to secure the back numbers and secure the forthcoming parts as they arrive. Two parts issued each week. Part 7 now ready. f!WT THIS OUT. "IF CHRIST CAME TO CHICAGO" COUPON. Ttoto Conpon. together wits Fortr-flTO eentf, ptMentedactliePortfolio Department ol The JonrnH, Mcurw the peat book, "It Cbriit Oune to Chicago." OUT Tin* OUT, CVT THIBOUT. STAGE CELEBRITIES, K!'t fbtsCaufon with twootliers oJdifferent dateYand Ten C»nt», Is «ood for one part containing twenty portraits, ol (he a _ Marie Bnrrongb's Art Portfolio of Stage Celebrities. THE JOURNAL. .CO* TJ9IH OUT ELECTRIC FLASHES. Henry Schvutt, serving a sentence in .laeksou (Mich.) penitentiary for larceny, escaped, The Australian povcrnracnt has dc- cicliii.l to loan money to farmers from thu savings bank balances. Carson Luke, the former well-known political writer, died in tlie state hospital for tho insane at Middlctown, N. Y. If the Laclf awaiina. secures control of the Ann Arbor it will be run in connection with the Green Hay, Winona A St. VllQl. Kx-'l'resident Harrison has delivered his lust lc'Ctnre*on constitutional law for this year boforu the Stanford univcrity students. A commercial alliance between the west anil south was urged in speeches before the national k'riLin congress at \Viehita, Kan. Exports of R-cueral merchandise in March were 84,7.10,000 in excess of imports, ami for nine months the excess was over SsaS.000,000. The house judiciary committee is considering the claim of the heirs ol Don Juan Filhoil to much of the land on which Hot Springs, Ar'.c, is located. Queen Victoria arrived at Coburjj to attend the wedding of her granddaughter. She was presented with an address of welcome aad reviewed her German regiment. SENT TO THE BOTTOM. The Um/llliui Uyniini") Cniiner stale* tli« Itubol Warship Aqiililiibiin. Uio JANKIHO 15ras-.il, via Gaivcston, Tex., April 18.—Oilicial dispatches received here from Desterro, where tho rebels sr.t up thoir provisional frovern- ment, assert that Admiral Mello's former llagship, the Aquidabun, has been sunk by the dynamite cruiser Niethero.v. President Peixoto's fleet made an attack upon Desterro, and the insurgent forces there, aided by their land batteries and guns of tho Aquida- ban, made a stout resistance at first, but after the Nictheroy had sent tho Aquidaban to the bottom they gave up tho fight and surrendered to the government forces. WASHINGTON, April 18. — For tho clemency shown and the general amnesty extended by President Peixoto, the Brazilian rebels have to thank the United States, for it was through the efforts of Secretary (Jresham that tho expediency and propriety of this iin- manc course was urged upon, the Brazilian government Said 111* Hrothor Was Guilty. LAKCASTKM, Pa., April 13.—Mart Buzzard and Joe Brownswoiger were convicted of robbiug and shooting Isaae Sheater, a farmer nearly 00 years old, residing near Groff.sdale. Mart said his brother Abe, the notorious ex-outlaw but now an evangelist, committed the deed. The testimony of Abe directly connected tho accused with the crime. ^ ^ rear u ftuuoiiii iieiiRion, WASHINGTON, April 18.—Congressman Gold/.ier (111.) received and introduced in the house several petitions from Lutheran association in Illinois protesting against the proposed constitutional amendment to put God in tho constitution. They arg-uo that tho ,ad(jj>tion of such an amfindiuent would be a preeeclent which might lead to the establishing of a national religion. The petitions were referred to the judiciary committee. •VVhnt Vuiioo'n Suirremor Muxt He. RAI.BIGH, N. C., April 18.—Regarding the successor to tho late Senator Vance the governor said that the appointment would probably be made next Friday, and that tho man selected would be in sympathy with the Wilson bill, freo silver and the income tax. Will Not Strike. PrrrsiiuHG, Kan., April ia—The miners of the Santa Ft: company at the Frontenac mines, the largest in the district, held a meeting Tuesday night and decided not to strike on April 21, as has been requested by the national organ izatioii. .•.lining Cumi> l>ontruy«!d by rlro. PKESCOTT, A. T., April IS.—Jerome, the largest mining camp in Arizona, was entirely destroyed by fire. All the business houses aro gone, including the records and property of the post office. The loss is estimated at J50.000. l,oft 835,000 to tho Church. TEWIE HAUTE, Ind., April 18.—Mrs. Caroline Wahler's will, filed Tuesday, left what is known us tho Wahler block, valued at fS5,000, to tho German Lutheran church of this city. A FftUl Explosion. PLYMOUTH, Ind., April 18.—By the explosion of a tank on a pasoline stove Mrs. Charles Bushman was seriously burned and one of the children fatally injured hero Tuesday. Jenlouiy Oniei Sulclda ANDERSON, Ind., April 18.—Mrs. Theresa Graham committed snicido Tuesd»y by taking arsenic. Jealousy ol her lover is assigned as the cause. Commander JMoltum Mi»y Accept. WASIIISOTOW, April 18.—The senate has passed a bill authorizing Commander F. W. Dickons to accept a decoration from the king of Spain. Irish Mcitinro Adranoocl. " LONDON, April 18.—Tho bill to repeal the coercion act has passed its second reading in the house of commons by a vote of 254 to 19*. She Knew Him. Mother (looking over the paper)— The roan who keeps tho candy store in the next block has committed suicide. Little Daughter (thoughtfully)—DM- he forget and give someone two atiokb of candy for a penny.—Good News. —In the western deserts a ipot of ground becomes excessively n 61 ^**^' causinff the air above to de»cend. This produces an influx of the atmosphere from all aide* but unequally, the re- •ult beinff » gyratory motion *nd » Mndrtorm. S OOOOOOOOODg Agony >s annoyance t/' 3 concentrated. •;••" '•scs^r^-V ICiiLll i^ /Wor-.h \ I a Guinea 1 \a Bos. ' arc conccntra'jccl remedies for the annoyance of Indigestion or the C,.;' 1 Agony of Dyspepsia, f. v c^ com 1 ; n box, '. . J Wuut Another Monetary i:o«l'<irniice. WASHINGTON, April IS.— Another international monetary conference— this time, perhaps, to be held in the City of Mexico — is among the probabi.'itios. The Mexican government, through its diplomatic representatives, is quietly pressing- the matter. Grain, Provisions, Kto. CHICAGO, April 18. iT.orrt— There was only ;i moilcrjito ilumur.d and market rather ilu'.l. Quotations ranitu us follows: Wlntei'— IMU-ni-, i2.sOiaa.uO: straights, £!.(302t~.~=; cicura. t2.20Q:Mu; Huconas. S1.SOJ3 1.90; low gradca, Jl. 50ml. 70. SiirlnK— 1'ntuiits, f3.SOO3.50; sli'ulh'tits. Si^Ofc'lC'J: linkers', J1.7.i 442.10: low (,-radL'n, tl.40ffll.30; Red UOB, Sl.aoj 1.4U; Rye, I2.40e2.10. WHKAT— Moderately aciivo and irreinilur. Cash, MMftMKc; May, S'.'y&tfOKic; July, Olfiifl 02 We. COKN— Moderately active uncl firm. No. 2 Yellow, SWaMtJjc; utid No. 3 Yellow, No. •!, No. 3, April, e, ui . , , about y,c amler Muy; May, 3D a We; July, 1 iB OATS— Quiet and steadier. No. ! cash, 32o; Mny, 32(4C32fie: July, 29Si«J21Hie; Sep. toml)or, 25ViO23?«d. Samples In (ulr ilcnmutl and steady. No. 3, 32a-lc; No. 3 Wliite, 34^3 860: No, 2, 33OS3liC; No. 2 White, 35a3l5;.ic. RYE— CJulet and slow. No, '- cash, 48c, and namplo lots, 103510; May delivery, 50c. BAltutY— Stuatly. OITcrlnss small Choice by sample. &63!>8c; fair to Rood, 51<iJ55c; comraou, 40<a50c, and low grade A334IJC, with scrcenlrifia H5.00ai7.M per I oil. Muss POKB— TrucllnR moderate and prices higher. Quotations ranged at J12.BOaiD.05 tot ca.ill regular; (12.80313.05 tor May, and «2.b7H ®13.17S for July. LAUD— Market ruther cuiet and tifsher. Quomtions rannod »t»7.0Sa7.7B for cash; JT.IWQ 7.05 for May. and S7. 1587.32M for July. LIVE PoUM'iiY— Per ]x)'jnd: Cblciicns. To; Turkeys 7aiOc; Ducks, »310c; Geese, I3.00Z4 5.66 per dozen. BTITTEK— Creamery, ll®2Sc; Dairy, 15321c: Packing SiocU, SGlOe, OILS— Wisconsin Prlmo Will to, r^e: Wnter White, "We: Michigan Prime White, 8!<c; Water White, Oc: Indlanu Prime White, S^c; Water White, RKc; Huadllcht, 175 test, S^c; Gasoline, 87 acs's, 11 We: ~* rtOB's. !>c; Napluha, 03 dog's, OMc. liiQTJOKS— Distilled spirits steady on Uio basis of H.15 per pal for 11 pished Roods. Niw YORK, April 1& WHEAT— Options Na 2 red opened weak. Market very dull at noon. May, Ol 3-111SS03 3-l(ic; July, 05>jia(B7-Ii!c: Doccmbcr. TOSc. Coils— No. 2 (lull and easier at opening; toward noon prices improved. May, L4.IKQ 44?ic; July, 45fi»4S?ic. OATS— No. 2 quiet, liut steady. May, 37® 37«c; July, 3«4J3l!«c; track wliiui State, 4»a 45c: track whito Western, 40i>-)3c. PiiovisiONS — Deer dull Family, 811. 50O 13.00; extra moss, iaOil. Pork quiet Now mess, H-i.I5aH.50; family, 815 00©15-25; short clear, J14.OOaiH.Oa Lard steady. Prime western steam, 58.20. TOLEDO, O., April in WIIICAT— Quiet, steady. No. •- cash and April, DOc; May, 60 Me: July. Cl?ic. Coiui— Firm, dull No. - cash, 40>ic; May, . OATS— Firm. No. S mixed, 3-lc: Na 2 white, 3Cc. EYE— Steady. Cash, 50c. CI.OVEHSKED— Dull. J'rimo casn and April, f&aobld; Octotcr, 44.83 bid. Live Stock. CHICAGO, April 18. HOGS— Market only moderately active and feeling easy. Prices 15e lower. Sales ranged at»4.70(a!>.'0 tor Pigs; J5.-10aC.:i5 for llglit: 8B.OC ffll 10 !or rough piicldnii: S5.10O5.40 for miiod, and Iil5itt5.40 for heavy paelilug and shipping lots. CATTLE— Maritot ra '.her slow. Prices 10315c lower. Quotations ranged at I4.40a-l 75 for eholco to extra shtiin'.ns Steers; 83.80W4.SO for Rood to choice do.; fS.40ai3.80 for fair to Rood; (£0033.30 for common to medium do.; »a20O3.4!) for butchers' Steers; «2.8oa SIO for Stooltors: ja.sOa3.80 for Fowlers; Il.50a3.40 for Cows; fl'.uO®3.&0 for Il<:irors: I2.00OA50 for liullt; ?2.rOffla.", r i for Texas Steers, u;id I2.75ffi5.50 Tor Veal Calves. KNOWLEDGE _•_»„*- • w i * *-"•-'' — Brings comfort and improvement and tends to personal enjoyment when rightly used. The many, who live better than others and enjoy life moic, 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 liquid laxative principles embraced in the remedy, Svrup of Figs. Its excellence is due to its presenting in tho form most acceptable and pleasant to the taste, the refreshing and truly beneficial properties of, a perfect laxative; effectually cleansing the system, dispelling colds, headaches and fevers anFpermanently curing constipation. It haJ given satisfaction to ^llions and met withtthe approval of the medical professlonTbecause it acts on the Kid- nevg. Liver and Bowels without weaic- enfng them and it b perfectly free from ««T AHr nitin/i+isinahla RIIbalance. ble SUDSHW™. Syrup of Figs is for sale by.all drug- gista inSOc u/tl bottles, but it 11 MMB- aooapt any substitute if offert* INDIANS AS ARCHERS. They IJoRln Priictlclnc \Vliilo Yet In Thalr InfutK'y. An Indian boy begins to handle a lifflit bow when he todilles; tl);i(,me:ii)s at the nfj'- "f four or five years. Ili^j bow is tullui' than liimself. I!o hns a hiibit of practioiiifr :it anvUiing ni-fninit his wigwam. 1'v the time lie attains tlie age of twelve hu is permitted to use hiiarp arrows. Such alviy must bo s^ronfj at eighteen to uso a man's bow. A white man. wheii ho takes an Indian bow for the first ti^n;, lias all lie can do to bend it. It takes a stronp inun to do it, but there is also a larfje amount of knack required. An Indian bow is made straight; the cord, even when in tension, almost touches the bow. It fis thick, and is some four and a hal/. to five feet iti Ic.ngth—the hunting bow is now spoken of—and the same has nn extra, stiffening by having sinews pasted on it. 'We- sliess-has-ka, a member of the Ojrala Sioux tribtf—his name implies "The Lou;: Man;" he .stands nearly seven feet hijjli, and is not unworthy bis sobriquet—has been known to kill an antelope at one hundred and twenty-live measured yards, The bow used in warfare is a trifle shorter, and perhaps is stiffer. The arrow i.s not drawn to (,he eye, but a ditch aim is taken, as when rii!c shooting is done from the hip. Such slioot- injr, in perfection, i.s only acquired by lonff practice. The stvinpr is drawn bv the clutcli of the whole of the tinkers, though some tribes r.se the thumb and three fingers. Remarkable shooting is often performed by the Sioux, though nothing that will compare with the somewhat legendary performances of Kobin Hood.—S. Y. World. Tlie J*otn» Eaters. Aecording to Homer, the lotus eaters •were a people who lived on the northern coast of Africa, visited by Ulysses in his wanderings, and who endeavored to detain his companions by giving them the lotus to eat—whoever ato of this fruit wished never to depart. The Arabs called the fruit of the lotus the "fruit of destiny," which they believe is to be eaten in Paradise. The lotus is a shrub two or three feet hiirh, and its fruit, which is produced in preat abundance, is a dwarf of the size of a wild plum, which has a pleasant, sweet taste. The name lotus has been given to several beautiful specimens of water lily, especially to the blue water lily a-jd the Egyptian water lily.—Chicago Uerald. A Proper Scale. "My fee, if we win," said the lavc- vcr, "will be five thousand dollars. If we lose it will be seven thousand five hundred dollars." "You mean the other way, don't you?" "No. I have to charge more when I lose a case to cover the loss of prestige."—Judge. —Some species of fungi have neither roots, stem, leaves, flowers nor seeds, and derive thoir nourishment through their pores. —Japan has 010 miles of completed track, and transported, in 18S1), 11,700,COO passenger* A Standard Hcnrcr. In the crusndrirangoratwl nearly half a century ne° against the professional ignorance of the old school of medicine. Hosteller's Stomnc-li Bitters was a standard bearer. Ha victories over disease, when the old t me specifics proved abject failures, proved tkat Hie psoudo-phllosopliy wlitch sanctioned tlie administration of violent remedies who.ro the wise iwiulre-d none, which !aW down as unalterable rules blood letting, violent purgation, the use of empties ar.d the employment of corrosive and cumulative poisons In simple caws of liver and nialarlal complaint, was in fact tin) worst of uni>lillosoi>hy. contrary alike to Uio laws of true medicinal science, of liysieiw and of common sense. Biliousness, constipation and clillls and fever, as now treated by Uio BiUcrs promptly yield where before they obstinately resisted old fn-liloneU medication. So do dyspepsia, rheumatism and kidney complalnt-iill surely conquerable, by tills sale and really philosophic remedy. ChunberUln'i Eje »nd Skin Ointment IB a certain cure for Chronic Sore Eyes, Granulated Eyo Lids, Sore Nip- plea, Piles, Eczema, Totter, Salt Rhoutn and Scald Head, 25 cents per box. For sale by B. F. Keesling, TO HOUSE OWNERS. For putting a horse in a fine healthj condition try Dr. Cady's Conditiot Powders. They tone up the system, aid digestion, cure logs of appetite relieve constipation, correct kidnej disorders and destroy worms, giving new life to an old overworked horse. 25 cents per package. For sale by B. F. Keesllnp, It Id Good. The more Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is used the better it is liked. We know of no other remedy that always gives satisfaction. It is pood when you first catch cold. It is good when your cough Is seated and your lungs aro sore. It is good In any kind of a cough. We have sold twenty-five dozen of it and every bottle has given satisfaction.—Stodman & Friedman druggists, Minnesota Lake. Minn. 50 cent bottles for sale by B. F. Keesling, Druggist. Billons 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. Chelera and Diarrhoea Remedy Is taken as Boon 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 save them muoh lufferiog. For sale by B. F. druggUt. Popular Preacher Says HOOD'S Rallies tho Vital For ccs and Gives Strength Sev. J. McrrUie Driver, D. D. Il widely known as pastor of tho First If. E.^ Church at Columbia City, Indiana, and Is a- powcrfu! pulpit orator. )lis look, "Samson •' and Shylock, or a Preacher's rlna for tic* 'WorkiiiRman," lias received inticli praise- Irom press anil clergy. I>r- Driver says: " Columbia City, Jivt., Ju:ic 3,1833. • " C. I. Ilood & Co., Lowell, Mass.: "Dear Sirs—Among the raliicrs of all the- vital forces, I rcjrarU Hood's S:irsoparlll» u- tho goncral-ln-clilef. Crowded'and overworked, as a preacher and lecturer, I sometimes am conscious that I am not measurlng: up to tlio best that I am capable of doing. Afcw doses—a bottle or two—of Hood'li- however, Kreatly Invigorate My Body, Clarify My Mind, and Make me feel Llkoa New Man.,"In fi week I am up to concert pitch again. cbccr'ul, buoyant and ready for any work and capable of any feat of strength or en-' durance. To all overworked professional' 1 mcu Hood's Sarsaparllla is a God-seud. '• ' ''Very truly yours, ' "JOHN MERHITTE DErraa. 15 * HOOD'S Sarsaparilla CURES Bren when other preparations fail. Bo sure to- get Hood's and only Hood's. Hood'* Pills euro liver Ills, constipation^,, biliousness, jaundice, sick headache, indlcoitton.- Groal Trlnmpb. lostant relief experienced and permanent euro by the most speedy and greatest remedy in the world—Otto'fi- Curefor lung and throat diseases. Why will you continue to irritate your throat and lungs with that terrible- hacking cough whtn Eon fisher, 311 Fourth street, sole agent, will furnish.- you a free sample bottle of this guarantee remedj ? Its success in simply wonderful, as your drugffist will teli> you. Otto's Cure is now sold ID every-, town and village on this continent. Samples free. Large bottles 50 cents- Kor Over Fifty Yearn Mrs. Winalow's Soothing Syrup ha*boon used for over fifty years by millions of mothers for their children while teething, with perfect success. It soothes the child, softens the cams, allays all pain, cures wind colic, and is the best remedy for diarrhoea. It will relieve the poor little sufferer immediately. Sold by druggists ic every part of the world. Twenty-five cents a bottle. Bo sure and aak for •Mrs. Winelow's Soothing Syrup" an£j take no other kind. Glad Tiding*. The grand specific for tho prevailing malady of the age, dyspepsia, liver complaint, rheumatism, costive- neae, general debility, etc., is Bacon's Celery King for the nerves. This groat herbal tonic stimulates the digestive organs, ragulates the liver and restores the system to vigorous health and energies. Samples free. Large- packages 50 cents. Sold only by Bee. Fisher, 311 Fourth street. "Borml Bnby : » Port Wine. If you aro reduced In vitality or strength by illness or any other came, we recommend the use ol this Old Port Wine, the very blood of tho grape. A grand tonlo for nursing mothers, and tboso reduced by waiting disease. It creates strength; Improves tho appetite; nature'* own remedy, mud preferable to drug*; guaranteed absolutely pure and OTer five yeara of age. Young wino ordinarily sold is not fit to use. Insist on having-this standard brand, it ooBt» no more. |1 In quart bottles. Bottled by Royal Wine Co., Chicago* For sale by Johnston Bros. California Fru.lt Laxative ie nature 1 * own true remedy. It combine* th« medicinal virtues of California fruit* and plants which are known to have a- bonefioial effect on the human lystem. Although harmless to tho most delicate constitution It Is thorough and effective, and will afford a peimanent oure for habitual constipation and thfr many disorders arising from a weak; or Inactive condition of the kldneyt. llTor, stomach and boweli. For Mlfr by all druggists at 50 centi a tattle. Karl'* Clover Root, the new bloo* purifier, give* freihnew and clearaew to the complexion and cure* oonitlp«p tfon; Soo., 60o. and |i SoW by B.

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