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That Is why our Coupon Department is kept busy and our mails are loaded with orders from people of taste with an eye for the beautiful. All are Eager To Secure These magniflceet portfolios while the oiler of them at the trilling sum asked by The Journal still holds out. Each part contains twenty elegant half-tone photographs finished in two colors. Ten Parts Are Ready The last part Is fully as interesting as any that proceeded it, with the portraits and biographical sketches of twenty famous favorites of the Amori- can Stage. Do You Wonder Is it surprising that the demand for "Stage Celebrities" should be so great as to amount to a veritable boom, when twenty elegant portraits and biographical sketches oi such famous folks can be secured for ONLY TEN CENTS, with three coupons ,. That is the price at which The Journal offers them. CUT THIS OCT. HAY 1.1804. MEMORIAL WAR BOOK COUPON. Three of these coupons and ten cents Mcures th« current number of lv> Mem- ortalWar Book. W presented at the Portfolio Bepartment of The Journal. COT THIS OCT. IU1T 1,1804. STAGE CELEBRITIES, This Coupon with two others of different dates, and Ten Cents, Is good for one part, containing twenty portraits, ot tne Marie Bin-rough's Art Portfolio of Stage Celebrities. THE JOURNAL. GKEECE MOURNS. Further Details of the Awful Work of Earthquakes. Latest Reports Say That 400 Persons Have Been Killed, 300 Injured and 20,000 Left Homeless. IIUNDKKDS OF VICTIMS. LQMHJ.X. April 30.—The foreign minister at Athens has informed the Greek charge d' iiffuiros here that 400 persons were killed by the recent earthquake in t'irocee and 'JO.OOO rendered homeless and destitute. The Ureok colony in London are subscribing to tho relief of the sulterers and have already forwarded £1,000 to Athens for that purpose. jflml to Hi" IllllH fur Safety. The people of Ataliinta have fled to the hills for safety. In this district there was a continuous series, of shocks. Tn seven hours and a half SIT were counted. When tho earth movements be- K an and houses began to totter and fall many of the inhabitants forgot everything except their personal safety. They ran wildly from the doomed city and sought a firm standing place on the hills that rise behind the town. The earth swung to and fro like a pendulum, and between tho swings would tremble and quiver. Great fissures opened over an area of 10 square kilometers. Much damage wus done along the shore by a seismic wave which encroached upon tho coast for a. distance of ao meters. A number of houses were destroyed by this means, aud there can be no doubt that lives were also lost. It will perhaps be several days before an accurate list of the fatalities can be made up. An Awo-Iiwplrlnu Scene. Huge masses of rock were detached from the mountains and hurled with a thundering crash into the valley below. Eyewitnesses of the scene describe it as having been an awe-inspiring exhibition of tho mighty forces of nature, before which man was utterly helpless. Deep subterranean rumblings and reports resembling the sound of cannon tired at a distance continue to be heard and the people are in mortal fear that other and more nevero shocks may follow, Tho contour of part of the coast lino has been materially changed Tho shore on the European side has sunk 0 feet Other phenomena accompanied the disturbance. The sulphur Springs at Aidipso were temporarily changed In character and spouted forth torrents of almost boiling water, A spring of pure fresh water appeared in the crater of an extinct volcano. The center of the disturbance lies beet ween Larymn a and the Mellan gulf, but throughout the extent of Greece the shocks were felt Alonnatcry at St. tmjlierlno Doitrojwl. A village near Atalanta and the monastery of St. Catherine were destroyed. The abbot of tho monastery und four of tho resident monks were killed beneath the falling walls. The shock was violent at Llrauac. At Xerachiorion eighteen houses collapsed. At Drachmanion a number of houses and the churches were thrown down. Two persons wero killed and many injured, Earth tremors continue to be felt almost continuously and deep anxiety is everywhere felt lest there be a repetition of the shocks. A royal decree has been issued sanctioning a credit of 200,01)0 drachmas to be applied to relief work. CURRENT EVENTS. William Pierce, a farmer, shot and killed himself at Smith Center, Kan. MaJ. Joseph Kirkland, a well-known soldier and author, died in Chicago, aged 64. Owing to strikes in tho United States a squeeze was experienced in tho London money market Winchester, Vc., suffered a loss of $100,000 by an incendiary fire, the second within a month. Second annual convention of the Luxemburger congress of the United States is In session at St Paul At Mattoon, III,a grain elevator valued at 110,000 and a number of freight cars were destroyed by fire. At Ripley, I1L, a 0-year-old daughter of James Stout while playing about a bonfire was burned to death. A bill passed the Cherokee legislature providing for distributing per capita $0,740,000 among the Cherokees. In the whist tournmcnt between Chicago players and representative players of Illinois the former won by 80:1 points. John Weller, convicted of murdering Albert Kosanke December 1, was sentenced to life imprisonment at Little Falls, Minn. Mountain flros are raging along the Hue of the Florence & Cripple Creek railroad In Colorado and the bridges are In danger. By the suspension of a bank In St Joseph, Mo., tho city treasurer is deprived by law of any place to deposit the city funds. Burglars blow open the safe in Ullrich's savings bank at Mount Clemens, Mich., but could not open the Inner door, which saved $10,000. As a result of experiences of th< mar rine hospital bureau during the year, quarantine regulations have been greatly modified and simplified. Julius Emerick, a sewing-machine agent of Cleveland, O., drowned himself in six inches of water in a fountain at Fulton Street park, Grand Rapids, Mich. Alcoholism was the cause. Son—Pa. what political party did Washington belong to? Father—Neither; he, couldn't tell a lie.—Detroit Free Press. Health 1 C:m you buy it'? Yes, \vhuii it is possible with ;i siru;'!- box of ."'. . i .- o CUVC !n(iii.';i:s',inn Biliousness and Sick- hcadaclic. f"'i fS <-'" o !5 BASEBALL. nc of National ' Chilis. Tublus Showlnyr tho scjiiicll null 1Ve"t«rll LcaC'l The following table sliowa the number of games losl mid won so far this season by clubs of the National B:isu- ball lonpuc: S 4 . Louis philuilulphla... CiuviilaiKl ..... Boston Baltimore Cincinnati Now Yorli Pittsburgh LouUvlliu Urooiilyn \ViiBl:liiRUin... Chicago Lost. 1'tr Ci.. .TiiC , .571 .57] Western league clubs stand as fol lows: Kansas City Sioux Cliy Indianapolis Onvud Kai>Ms Toledo Detroit Milwaukee Minneapolis I.ott. U 0 1 I'er CI. i.uo; i.ooc ,7M .ooc ,4UC .250 .OUC ,000 Shot for iilnicliii: " After tlio Mull " STEVEXS Poi.vr, Wis., April 30.— Joseph Sliinncr, a young man living just outside theoity, was shot and pro 1: ably fatally injured for singing "After the JliiU." by a neighbor. The latter claims that he thought Skinner was :\ tramp who had previously disturbed him. _^_______ Klllud Hi* Futlier. STUHGIS, Mich, April 30.—Jay Seymour, aged 48, of this place, while drunk beat his son, aged 10, and was shot and killed by the latter in self-defense. _ Stick to tlio Incoino Tax. WASHINGTON, April 30.—Senator Voorhees made a plain statement on the floor of the senate. "I want to say right hero," said he in his roost impressive, manner, "that in splto of what other changes may be made, no matter what may be floating in the air, the income tax will stay in the tariff bill." . Ohio Itepubllctin Convention. COLUMBUS, 0., April 30.—The Btat« republican central committee has decided to hold the state convention In this city June D and 0, The ratio la one delegate for every 500 voters. Dlsrotirneln? St.uily. The case of the honest, Irish servant who could never undcrotand why Ills master perpetually required him to •wasli his elmiMs, since he went directly out and raudded it up again, is paralleled by an actual reply by a dull boy to an examiner in a French school. The pupil had passed a wretched examination in Fronch history. "What do you mean by this?" asked the instructor. "Why don't you study your history?" ' "What's the use?" drawled the pupil; they're never going to pet it finished. They're making it now!"—Yontb'i Companion. Al He Defined tho Term. Harry—Who's to be your best roan?" Jack—I haven't decided yet; but I Shall select him for hia superlative goodness. Harry—How is that? Jack—Why, he's to 'be the one who will loan me enough for & bridal tour. —Puck. SWEPT BY A CYCLONE. Orefct Detraction «t Knn«i»« City—Nineteen Children Hi-ported Ktllod. KANSAS CITY, April 30.—A cyclone •wept over this city shortly after noon doing great damn/re to property and causing great • loss of life. A i>ehoul house, in which were over 200 children, was blown down. It is reporu-ii that nineteen children were killed outright and many others badly injured. A number of dwellings sire also reported wrecked. The telephone win.--; are down and the reported lu*s of l:fe cannot be verified as yet. The gale blew at Ihu rale <i:' HO miVs an hour. A Limit"'!'!" 1 " l'«-n.rf«l Wn.-lr. "^Qb'i-UKC, April ;;j.-Nows was received here from ht. Alban, some -IJ miles west of her.-, tlr.it on Friday a tremendous lands-iuli; occurred at Waterfall, when-, the l:-.;'-d rises 103 fm-l above'the river'St. An LIU. A mile of land with fi.rmbuusi-* and their contents wei-u thrown into the river bed and ten pursons are reported to have lost their lives. Firti-on Tlioimmi'l I»ll«. IlKr,r,AlliK, 0., April:);),—Fifteen thousand people are idle because the /Etna, standard iron works, Itclmont mills, Riverside iron works, lieu wood iroa works aud Jiernard brick works, the largest industrial works in this part of the Ohio valley, are closed down. This is due to the shortage of coal. Great distress will follow if the works remain idle long. Long 1 * reunion Cut Down. WASHINGTON, April SO.—The limit of time in which Judge Long, of Michigan, was given to show cause why his pension should not be reduced having expired without the aopearance of Judge Long or his counsel, Coinmis- Bioner Lochrcn has given notification that tho pension had been reduced from 875 to *00 per month. Marshal Kllloil by n Drunken Laborer. DANVILLE, Ivy., April XO.—Marshal Sllcock, of Shelby City, K.y., was shot and killed by Pat Cain, a drunken laborer. The marshal told Cain to go home and sober up. when Cain drew a pistol and shot the marshal dead. KNOWLEDGE Brings comfort and improvement and tends to personal enjoyment when rightly used. Tho 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 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 taste, the refreshing and truly beneficial properties of. a perfect laxative ; eifcctually cleansing the system, dispelling colds, headaches and fevers and permanently curing constipation. It has given satisfaction to millions and met wfthfthe 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 Figs is for sale by.all drug- glste in foe ««1 bottles, but it is manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co. only, whose name is printed on every package also the name. Syrup of Figs, and being well informed,joui mil not, accept any substitute if offered- THE MAUKETiS. Grain, J'roTt*lon«, Etc. CHICAGO, April S3. FLOUII — QuiPt and nnciiuugcil. Winter -Patents. SidOfclCW: striiuhw, 52 (XKii75; cluars, 5J.S04it.40; seconds, J1.80JM.M: !on grades, ll.60i51.70L Sjirlrx — Patents, J3.20.iJ 3.50; ntnilglitu, K.2ft»iOU; Bailors', «1.75OilO: low grudos, il.40ai.50; Bod Dog, tl.SO&l-rti Byo, SilOa-EO. WHEAT— Dull and lower. Cash, oTft'jJwjc; May. .')~?i4J. r »b^4C; July. CtHt&OO'.ic. COBS— May easy, July firm. No. 2, S7Kc: Ko. 2 Yellow. 33Jic; No. 3. 37c: No. 3 Yellow, 3*c; May, 3?>iSj37Ho: June, 37*c; July, S3MO39c; i, < OATS -Fairly active aud unsettled. No. cusu, 33«@33c: May, 3i'sa33«: Juno, 32' BV4o; July, iHOMKc: Snptumlmr. '^Xa25>^c. Samples In lair iicrnnnil and lowc'r. No. 3, 333 S4Kc: No. 2 White, l)«J34Kc; No. 2, 33J4a33-!ic; No. 2 Wuito, 3!!.S<»3ft;»c, RYE— Demand liKht. No. 2 cash, 47c and eamjilc lots, 47Vi<a4i)c, May delivery, 47c, BAKLEY— Scarce and sti.'iuly. Choice by sample 68j»B8c; fair to good, MOMc: comroou, <&3 60c. with screenings tliOOaiT.&O per ton. MKSS POJIK— Trading quiet und prices sicady. Quotations ranged at »12 37«ffll2.S7'/i ' for casii regular: 81i25»li27(i for Ma.v, and WK03 1C.51 for July. LAHD-Very Quiet and steady. Quotations ranged at W.fiOST.ST'i for cash; f7.50a7.57tf for Kay, and *7.J2H3r.a) 'or July. L,nii POUI.THY— Per pound: Caiclifins, -9 7!ic: Turkoys, 7©K>c; Ducks, 02H)c; Geese, periaz. „,/»,-,,. i— Creamery, &®lBc; Dairy. 12ffll.c, Packing Stock, 830e- Oii-s-Wlscousin i'rlmc White. 7'ic; Water WhUo, 7tfc; MichtRiin Prime Wlilte, 8Hc; Water White, Oc; Indiana Prime Wnite, SVic; Water White, B«ic; Headliprht, 175 test. 8«c: Gaa- olinn, 87 (leg's, lli^c; 7-1 dog's. Oc; Naphtha, 03 dele's, OVic. LiQb'oiis — Distilled spirits steady on rho basis of II. 15 per gal. for nnisbed Roods. NEW YOBK, April sa WHKAT— No. 3 rod opcnefl at tbo lowest point on record for May, but subsequently rCKRlnod tno oarly loss. May, 00 u-ioaaifec: July, 033-11) OStfc; December, CUKOWc. CORS— No I oponud weak, but afterwards rallied. May, ISMC: July, 44W<a44i<o. OATS-NO, t weaker. May. 80ffl»OM c; track white State, 41®«>Kc; track white Western PnovisioNB-Boef quiet. Family, f 11.503 11.00: extra mess, 18.00. Pork easier. New mes«, H4.00314.25; family, H4.00O15.00; short clear, H4.OOO10.Oa Lard easier. Prime Western iteam, 18.00; nominal. Llvo Stock. CnioAoo, April SO. HOG3— Market fairly active. Fooling weaker. Prices lOo lower. Sales ranged at 1 470a6.BO for Pigs; K.OSfBB.:!! for light: UWO5.05 for rough packing: l5.06a6.SO for mixed, and M.10 Qi so for heavy packing and shipping lots. CATTLK— Pealing rnther weak. Market Klow and prices lOc lower. Quotations ranged at M.40a4.CO for choice to extra snipping Stoera: (8 7594 30 for good to choice da; taWO&TO for fair to good; 8aOJ®a33 for common to medium do.; UlOffiS.SO for butchers' Steers; $2903310 for Stockors; !a8008.80 for Feeders; fl 00gi3.40 for Cows; M.waaso for Heifers; KJ.OOa3.ft> for Dulls; I2.roa3.76 fnrTcxa* Steors, and K.7S&B.&0 for Veal Calves. The Kr« ol'JIuiclc. This Is an athletic ago. Everybody wants to be strong. Tnecrnze-rarlthaswell nl K h reached that stnge-nlTects both w-xes and oven childhood The pURillstlc phase of this fnd in young America is by no means morally promising Eut It Is ono thing to be endowfdwltli vigor und another to be Sandowed with muscle. Super musenlnrlty Is often induced by physical effort perilous w Health and calculated to shorten lift). The vigor which me»r,s a regular and efficient discharge of the physical functions, Is the nrstlmedlum at which nil mar safely aim without causing ruptures or breaking blood vessels. Hosteller's Stomach Bitters i. largely conducive to a gain In vigor of this sort, since It .UmulaWs ami assists digestion, promotes regular bilious secretion and keeps the bowel., in order. Sleep, ««« grand rec..l*rator of nervous vigor, Is enconrngedby it^ind It remedies nmlurlttl, rheumatic and kidney trouble. Batnlve Fo.mlatlop" Dlwowred. Chicago citizens In their desire 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 purifier Mild and mellow. Price, quarts, $1; pin". 6 » cents. For sale by W. H. Porter, pre- lorlption drugRist, 326 Market street, Loftnsport, Ind. Considered Incurable Heart Palpitation, Stomach Troubles, Etc. Took Hood's Sarsuparllla and I* Now Able to Work as Usual. "C. I. Hood S Co., Lowell, Mass.: " I Lad been A great sufferer for seventeen years. My troublu began with stomach dlffl- culties, brought about by overheating tho Wood and then suddenly chawing the temperature by drinking coM water. I doctored with bom* physicians, but did not receive benefit. 1 grew worse at times and was troubled at night by Fluttering of tho Heart. My food hurt me considerably, In fact during all these years I have had to be very careful about what I ate, anil much of the time- I went with. out any supper. I hecamo all worn out. Two doctors agreed that my case Was Incurable and I was liable to iiie any moment. Hood's Sarsaparllla was recommended to me and It has been the only medicine- that has given mo any relief. My heart trouble has apparently subsided, and ihc-ro is a decided change for tho better in the iiains In my head, since commencing to tHke Hood's S:irsai>anll;i my food does not dish-ess mo and 1 eat heartily. ItliMbeen possible for me to work most ot ihe time. lor » Hood's^Cures year past. I have recommended Hood's Sana- parllla to others and shall always have a good word for It on account of the benefit it lias given me." ALMOX P. COOLEV, Franklin Fills, X. H. HOOd'S PHIS cure llver llls ' constipation*, tlllousneis, jaundice, sick headache, indigestion. Great Trlnuuili. Instant relief experienced and permanent cure by tho most speedy and greatest remedy in the world—Otto's Cure for lung and throat diseases. Why will you continue to irritate your throat and lungs with that terrible hacking cough when Bon Fisher, 311 Fourth street, sole agent, will furnish you a freo sample bottle of this guarantee remed> ? Its success in simply wonderful, as your druggist will tell you. Otto's CureJs now sold in overy town and village on this continent. Samples free. Large bottles 50 cents. California Fruit Lnxative is nature'i own true remedy. It combines thft medicinal virtues of California frulte and plants which are known to have ft beneficial effect on the human system. Although harmless to the most delicate constitution it is thorough and- effective, and will afford » peimanent oure for habitual constipation and the many disorders arising from a we»k or inactive condition of the kidneyi, liver, stomach and bowels. For e»le by all druggists at 50 cents a battle. For Orer Fifty Tfc»r» Mrs. Winslow'a Soothing Syrup hu been used lot over 'fifty years by millions of mothers for their children while teething, with perfect success. It soothes the child, softens tho gum», allays all pain, cures wind colic, and Is tho best remedy for diarrhoea. II will relieve the poor little sufferer Immediately. Sold by druggicta In every part of the world. Twenty-five conte a bottle. Be sure and ask lor •Mrs. Window's Soothing Syrup" and take no other kind. Glad TldlBEi- The grand specific for tho prevailing malady of the age, dyspepsia, liver complaint, rheumatism, costiveness, general debility, etc., is Bacon's- Celery King for tho nerves. This great herbal tonic stimulates the digestive organs, ragulates the liver and restores tho system to vigorous health and energies. Samplea free. Largo packages 50 cents. Sold only by Ben Fleher, 311 Fourth street. »Itor»l Kobj" Port Wl»e. 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 tho grape. A grand tonlo for nursing mothers, and those reduced by wast» Ing disease. It creates strength; Improves the appetite; nature's own remedy, muol preferable to drugi; guaranteed absolutely pure and over five years of age. Young wine ordinarily sold Is not fit to use. Insist on having this standard brand, It oostt no more, fl In quart bottles. Bot. tied by Eoyal Wine Co., Chicago. For sale by Johnston Bros. Karl's Clover Boot, the new blood purifier, gives freshness and clearness to the complexion and cures constipation; 25c. 60o. and »* Sold by B- F.Keeslla

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