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_ age comes .early to thev clothes that are dragged up and down over the wash-board. It's ruinous. Nothing else use's them up so thoroughly and 'so quickly- • . • . This" wear and tear, that tells so. on your pocket, ought to be' stopped. Get somePearl- ,ine—iise'.fit just as directed—no soap with it- arid-see how much longer the clothes last; and how, huich. easier and quicker the. work is. Pearline saves the rubbing Send be! Peddlers and some unscrupulous grocers will tellyou this is ns good as" or " the same as Pearline." rl S •.-» < , FALSE—I'earline is never peddled, and if your JjcLCKL grocer seiuli vou sor.islhmi: in place of Pearline, ' 013 JAMES PVLii, Now Vork., MARK This.Qlrl is an acquaintance in thousands of American homes where she is known ns " The None Such Mince Meat Girl." Her smile is reflected in every home she enters for she brings delicious mince pic to all, and at the snmc time saves the housewife from the drudgery that old time mince I pic making required. boNI evorvwheri'. Tn*u uo lUbjtlllute. HeuJ Jiiur artilrum. naming thll pftlpor, tn'1 wo will m'nil fou frro u b«oX, "MM. I'opKim' ThLinkn- KlviiiK,"t>yoncoritio most popular humorous wrlter.1 of thd dny. MERRELL-SOULE CO., Syracuie. N. V.. Mfri. of IONE MINCE MEAT. //£ m SUfWER TOURS . VIA "BIG FOUR" TO THE HOUNTAINS, LAKES and SEASHORES Solid Vesttbuled Tralas Wltb Wagner Sleeping Cars to New York and Boston from Bt, Louis, Peoria, Indianapolis, Cincinnati, Dayton, Columbus, via CLEVELAND AND BUFFALO "The Knickerbocker Special." "The .Southwestern Limited." • Six Terminals at the.Great Lakes. •Ucago, Beaton Harbor, Toledo Detroit, Sandrjsky, Cleveland. Tourist Rates In all Directions. E. O. McCormlck, Pass. Traffic Manager. D. B. Martin, GenL Pass and Ticket Agent. CATARRH For Your Prelec- tion. We positive! J state tbat tbli remedy does not contain mercury or anr other injurious drag. i ELY'S |r>REAM BALM Cleanses the Nasal Pas- sosos, allays infliuuma- ,, , | , tlon, heals and protects LJCTAIVh 0 membrano Jrom lit/ill colds, restores the sensed ot taste and smell. IT WILL CURE. A particle is applied Into own nostril and Is •ureeable. Frlce 60 cents at Druggists or by mall. Samp PS 10s, byrtnll. ELY BROTHERS, 5C Warren St., New York. THE Munson Typewriter Is a Good Machine; A high standard of excellence, ' oJ the,"Munson" consider It THE [BEST. • You will ttnd It a valuable assistant in joar of- Hc«. Address roc purtlcalars THE MUNSON TYPEWRITER CO MANUFACTURERS. .7 240-844 Went Lake St., Chlcsco, HI. The Logansport Humane society (INCORPORATED.)' For the Prevention of Cruelty to Women Children and Animals E.S. KIce—Pre». "'.''' Coo. W. W«lt«rK-Scc; ' . , . ,T, J. nIl«lel>T»nilt—Treim; ' '•-•;.;.. W. M. Uinliop—IIumiiDo Ofllcor. U 3 Bice. -3. G Haiyey,'' F.'C. Coblbough Geo W Walters, J. J. HUdobraudt, , nd .lusilcn, • twah Adams. Mra" W. 6,'Pratt.' ' -Mrs. J. N. Noft. ''. Telephone No, 80; •". •} ~ . * ( Report cfin-js ot cruelty to'Secictary, SICK-POISON. What It Is. and ^'hyro It Coinos Kroin. Sick-poison Is what makes you sick, irritates your nerves, disorders your functions, saps your strength, makes you miserable. Different diseases havo different poisons, some have several, Indigestion more than any. That is, the symptoms of imligeslion are caused by the poisons which arc created by undigested food. Whon you are sick, try to get rid of your poison. It Is often easier than you think, for all nature is helping you. Only the poison Is obstinate, but tin; first step is to go to the root oC It. The poisons of undigested food, which cause lethargy, headache, dlml- ness, weakness, bail t;iH?e, stomachache, fever, flatulence, nausea, constipation, loss of appetite, jaundice, an- aemia, neuralgia rheumatism, etc.. these poisons can be swept away nnd annihilated by i-lu> Shaker Digestive Cordial. Curing the stomach and helping It to digest food, when it is too weak to do so by itself, will purify your system of poison and renew your strength and health. Shaker Digestive Cordial, a pure vegetable, digestive tonic, made by the Shakers of Mount Lebanon, will cure all disorders caused by the poisons of undigested food when nothing else will give any relief. . . . Sold by druggists. Ten cents for a trial bottle. Write for a book on food. Address The Shakers, 30 Reade Street, New York. ARE STILL AWAKE. Populists Insist That Sewall /lust Withdraw. The Populists, who were stunned by the audacity .of Bryan and his managers, have begun to .show signs of life. Hon. L. C. Bateman, Populist candidate for Governor of .Maine, who was one of the committee on notification grew very impatient at the attempt of some pretended leaders to turn the party, over to Sewall. He fln r ally threatened to go alone and notify Bryan arid Watson If some'action was not taken and the notification corhmlt- tee was called together. It was decided to notify both Bryan and Watson by mall September 15th and this seems to be another trick. Bryan will take time to prepare his answer and .drag -the matter along until ho will Jiave-ac- .complishcd his object, the. complete disorganization of the Populist party as a party. With this done he believes the members of thc-Populist party will naturally vote for himself and Mr. Sewnll in preference to voting for McKinley. . ..''.••• But there has been a revolt. A letter is •published from W. P. LofoUette, a Populist of this. State,'.to.Hon. L. C. Bateman, Populist candidate for Governor in Maine, in which tlie writer says: •,..•. . "I notice In a special of Aug. 23 where you refused to bo used as a doormat for Mr. Bryan to walk on. Indiana Populists sny amen, and .also request you to demand that he. not only accept the Po'puUs.t .nomination, but'also that JIi'. Sewall be withdrawn from the race on or before Sept. 10 and Watson placed on the ticket in his place by the Democratic National committee, or we absolutely refuse as Populists to vote for Mr. Bryan." THE LADIES. The pleasant effect and perfect safety with which ladies, may use Syrup of Figs, under all conditions, make it their favorite remedy. To get tho ,true and genuine article, look for the name of the California Fig Syr-jp Company, printed near the. bottom of the package. For sale by all rest >n- slble druggists. NOTICE. , All members o£ the Continental F.. •TJ., who have promised.cakes for the festival next Wednesday eveuing.will please have them ready , by. noon of that day so that they can be collected by the committee. . . . . : Natural gns bills' for the month..of September are now due and payable at the Company's office on Pearl street. Subscribe ; for The Journal, 40 cent* a month. The Labor Leader Refutes Some of Bryan's Assertions. i ' .Now York, .Sept. 4.—The World'this morning prints'the following, signed ' by T. V. I'owderly: • j : "Those who make light of what is .termed'the silver craze cnunot, I 1m- ' aglno, have given the' subject a great' deal of thought. For many years the silver men have been active In spread- Ing the: gospel of free coinage. By incessant labor those silversmiths have succeeded In commlt.iug some Indus- trlnl organisations to the advocacy of free and unlimited coinage nt the' ratio of 10 to 1. They have so. industriously (.•li.-culn.ted the story of the 'crime oC 1S73 1 that Hie belief Hint silver was . stenltlilly and surreptitously demoue- ilzed has gained great headway,'and the menus of disproving their st.n.to- monts' are not accessible to many. • "A fact lost sight of is -tliat those who have oxposwl the alleged crime were themselves criminals. They .sat in 'Congress whon the bill was passed. They rook part in the debates, and by their voles aided in Hie passage of the ;ier. "Tlio free .coinage niur.sure Is not a labor mea-siire, Init: by skillful juggling wirh indnstrhil organizations miuiy havo been 'broken- up iiv consequence of other demands being set aside for that of free coinage. ••Had the. raen who discovered the 'crime' not been owners of silver .mines or did they not wish to unload stock in silver properties on Hie unwary no one would have heard more,of the act of 1S73. "Go carefully over Mr. I'.iyanV spt'Oetios and yon do not liud a siiv-'e labor measure championed. During my twenty-two years' connection with labor organizations I never heard the name of Mr. Bryan until about two or three, years ago. Ho is vouched for by no one; he nominated himself In a speech about crucifying labor upon a cross of gold, but Ills only solution of the difficulty is to break the bones of labor upon a rack of silver, '.'Ho says the purchasing power of the gold dollar has doubled. Is not that a gain to labor? If It will buy twice as much wheat, corn or potatoes as before, will not the farmer buy twice as much of what he requires with a gold dollar than with a 53-cont .dollar? . "He does not say that while the gold dollar will buy 200 .cents'; worth of produce, the silver dollar, and the paper dollar, to which.this government has pledged Its honor, .and .the honor of every loyal citizen, to maintain on a •parity with gold will buy just as much as the r;old dollar. • "Mr. Bryan speaks only for the silver men. Ho knows their wants, but has never familiarized himself with the wants of the Industrialists of the nation. He suggests no method of diffusing the products of the land- among the needy or of securing to the .needy tbe means of procuring what the farmers produce. "He lias'.not', realized ..that through the Introduction of, electr'lctly ..for horse-power, millions of horses have been disposed of and tne, loss to the •farmers.'ln the lack of demand for oats and hay, has" gone .into hundreds of millions. How will free silver create a demand for'oats'and hay? "He speaks of gold plutocrats lording it over the people, but does not explain hovy'a gold pult'ocrnt Is any worse ttonn a silver one.' He would exchange, one:set of plutocrats for another, and in doing so establish,the rule of the minority^ who ' have ah.-pa.dy '".been favored more than any,'other. . .., "He would change the constitution: of.the.United States, in'.sonic partlcu;' lars, but 1C he ever succeeds in opening the door for a change, the place to begin Is In the State of Nevada, the honpi, of-this agitation for .ilia, elevation, of the single silver standard'. • , "Nevada has a population of less than 40,000. My home-the 'city of Scrauton, has a population of 115,000. Take 02,000 or double the; population of Nevada, from the population of Scranton, and we have 23,000 people, or enough to moke'it .'good-sized city. Ne-; vada has two Senators to shout .for. silvcr, : whllo the city of Scranton'has; no representative in the Senate' to boom our coal, Iron or steel and' demand of the government to double the value of' either. .. , . CLOTHING CLOTH ING. We have no old shelf worn goods, but everything new and up to date. Read the following prices: Our $15.00 Suits go for $12.00 Our $12.00 Suits go for $9.0O Our $10.00 Suits go for $ 7.50 Our $8,00 Suits go for $5.5O Our $5.00 Suits go for $3.50 500 FOR CHOICE OF ANY STRAW HAT IN TBE STORE. 25c choice of any/of our Children's Straw Hats. Boys'Duck Suits one third off, th*y are bargains. i Wow is thatims 10 buy a Suit of Clothes, a Hat or Gents Furnishing Go ds, and 526 Broadway is the place to save money, These Prices are For Cash Only. JOSEPH G GRACE & CO., 426 BROADWAY. "Mr. Bryan, 1C he has not beeu misquoted, admits that if he is elected this country will be plunged into a frightful panic. I believe he speaks the truth, for there appears to oe uo way to avoid it if free ami-unlimited coin- ; age of silver prevails. I was one of -. the victims of the panic of lST3,.and I , know hundreds of others who have , never recovered from its effects. If . the American people are wise, thcy.^ will'improve on the present monetary j standard without plunging the country into! another panic. "He must be a poor statesman, In- j deed, who can reach the -road to pros-. • perlty only through a panic; and.'uiiless ( the Americans have lost tlicir power to ; reason • they will .not' trust so- Inex- j pevienced a man advocating such unreasonable demands," ' fly New Goods Are here. Oil fore buying, and examinethem.be- ; AL.'YOUNG, The Practical Pearl Street Tailor. 5100 REWARD, $100. The readers of this paper will be .pleased to.learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a cpnstltutional . disease, requires a constitutional^ treatment. Hall's : Catarrh Cure is taken Internally, acting directly upon' the blood and mucous 'surfaces" of the system, thereby destroying the foundation cf the disease ..and- giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assist-' ing nature in doing Its work. The proprietors have so much faith In its curative powers, that they offer One Hun- .d'red Dollars.for'any c'as'e that It fails to cure: ^cnd for'list of Testimonials.' Address F. J. CHENEY & CO Toledo, .Ohio.'- ' .'.''"'''", Sold by Druggists, 75c. Mrs. Stelloel Smith 'has opened her dressmaking establishment and is now prepared to wait on 'the fall trade at 1815 East Broadway, 'where she will •be pleased to see her patrons. There will be a nieeting at the resi- pf Mrs: John Tru'aian'this afternoon at 2:30 of the Ladles' Auxiliary to the R: ii, T.-M. C. A. Mrs. Truman resides on Spear street. '• '.[ . Buyers of Five-cent Cigars Will Find satisfaction to..; Drawings of All Kinds Made by BYRON B. GORDON, Draughtsman & Patent Attorney. Spry Block. Logansport Loiig jifavaria FlIlBi, SelBOt Sumatra-Wrapper, OHM 5 GENTS ilieferiugDD. A' SAD CASE; ; Marlon Chronicle: A man and'wo- man with four little children presented n, sad appearance at the : 'Panhandle railway todayi They had ; started; six •weela ago from Pennsylvania for Kan- kakce. On the way' their' babe was /taken ill. and they alighted from the train in Ohio and spent all their money In securing medical care for their child. When their money was gone the township trustee came to their assistance and gave them transportation to the next county seat. In this manner they have traveled.. Trustee WH : son sent them on"to Logansport this 'afternoon 1 .' The babe 1s very sick, arid it is .thought it cannot IIve : many days longer.';'.'".' , " ' '. , . • THERE A^E A FEW BRTAN1TES. ..Wabosh Tribune: Sol Lower, an in-: mate of the SoWlers 1 Home at Mariori while in the city a few days ago, made the Tribune a pleasant call, and In : reply 'to tbe question how the vote of zr. the Home would be cast for President; said he was confident that not more than 10 per cent, of it would 'go to Bryan. The Bryan supporters are men who have lived in Kaasas and other States where Populism and whiskers are somewhat in evidence, and they have not yet been separated from their Populistlc associations lone 'enough to learn better. WHY IS IT, if catarrlr is a blood disease, as some claim, that-physicians frequently advise change of air and climate to those suffering? Catarrh is a climatic affection, and nothing but a local remedy or ft change of climate will cure it. Ely's Cream • Balm is so efficient as to do away with the necessity of leaving home and friends, causing instant re- liet and is a real cure of catarrh. .'There was'.a run of severe 1 of the 'members of the ; Riverside Cycle club -'to Delphi and return' Sunday.