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Logansport, Indiana
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Sunday, January 18, 1891
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r • "•*; IB- HOW'S Your Liver? Is the Oriental salutation, I knowing that good health I cannot exist without a ; healthy Liver. When the' Liver is torpid the Bowels are sluggish and constipated, the food lies in the stomach undi- f ested, poisoning the lood; frequent headache ensues; a feeling of lassitude, despondency and nervousness indicate how the whole system, is deranged. Simmons Liver Eegulator has been the means of restoring more people to health and happiness by giving them a healthy Liver than any agency known on earth. It acts with extraordinary power and efficacy. NEVER BEEN DISAPPOINTED. As a general family remedy for Dj-spepsli Torpid Liver, Constipation, etc.. I hardly ever use anything else, and have never been disappointed in-the effect produced: it seems to be almost a perfect euro for all diseases of the Stomach and Bowels. W. J. MCELKOY, Maion Qa. A building up of the entire system follows the use of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. It's an invigorating, restorative tonic, soothing cordial and bracing nervine — and a certain remedy for all the functional derangements, painful disorders or chronic weaknesses peculiar to -women. It improves digestion, enriches the blood, dispels aches and pains, melancholy and nervousness, brings refreshing sleep, and restores flesh and strength. For periodical pains, internal inflammation and ui- ceration, leucorrhea and Idndred ailments, it is a positive specific—a guaranteed one. If it fails to give satisfaction, in any case, the money paid for it is refunded. No other medicine for •women is sold on thes& terms. With an ordinary medicine, it can't be done. That's the way its makers prove their faith in it. Contains no alcohol to inebriate; no syrup or sugar to derange digestion ; a legitimate medicine, not a beverage. Purely vegetable and perfectly harmless in any condition of the system. World's Dispensary"Medical Association, Proprietors, No. 663 Main Street, Buffalo, K T. GOLD MEDAL, PARIS, 1873, I.!m&Co.'s Breakfast Cocoa from which the excess of oil has been removed, is Absolutely JPure •nd it is Soluble. No Chemicals rre used in its preparation. It has more than three times the strength of Cocoa mixed with Starch, Arrowroot or Sugar, and is therefore far more economical, costing less than one cent a cup. It is delicious, nourishing 1 , strengthening, EASILY DIGESTED, and admirably adapted for invalids as well as for persons in health. Sold by Grocers everywhere. W. BAKER & CO., Dorchester, Mass. ARABIAN DIB ortle BEgf MEDICINES era Inventei - FOR - PAIN AND INFLAMMATION, both Externally and Internally. It is safe and certain in its action . ForBurns, Poisoning, Erysipelas, Inflammation of the Eyes or Bowels. Earache, Deafness. Rheumatism, Fains in Side, Back, or Shoulders, Piles, Sore Throat, Croup t or Bronchitis. Price 25 cts. and $i. at all druggists. E. MORGAN &. SONS, Proprietors, PROVIDENCE, S. I. TB1DE SUPPLIED by ROSS GORDON, Ind. For sale by B. F Keesling. DISHONEST DEMOCRATS. Xlllllons of Money Stolen by Democrats In Office. While the average Democrat would resent t the charge that he is not as well fitted to handle the public funds as the average .Republican and ascribe stich a reflection on his moral nature to partisan bigotry, the fact remains, nevertheless, that many State Treasurers are going wrong, that millions of State money are being stolen and that the tliieve's are uniform Democrats. The latest manifestation of the Democratic mania for embezzling the people's funds appears in Arkansas where ••lion. Hilly" Woodruff is reported to be be 507.000 short in his accounts. The Democratic Avalanche of Memphis, Tenn.. in announcing Mr. Woodruff's little shortcoming remarks that he has "advanced the funds of the State to individuals to invest in private business enterprises.'' This is the second experience of this kind, with a. Democratic treasurer, to which the people of Arkansas have been subjected. Treasurer Churchill,- a ^ few years ago. set the example for Mr. 1 Woodruff by stealing some SSO.UOO. The recent fall of -Honest Dick" Tate. of'Kentucky, is still fresh in the public mind. State Treasurer Archer, of Maryland, was also guilty of era-belling a large sum. Treasurer Burke, of Louisiana, was the biggest rascal of them all, his stealings reaching well up tow;u-d a million dollars. State Treas urer 1'olk, of Tennessee, despite hi name and ancestry, managed: to mak way with nearly half a million. Stat Treasurer Hemingway, of Mississippi was, next to Burke and Polk, third o the list so far as the size of his shortag was concerned, while State Treasure Vincent, of Alabama, made a very good showing, occupying fifth j*ace State Treasurer Nolan, of Missoxiri concludes the list with a comparatively petty shortage. The list of good Democrats who be trayed their trusts and the sums lost tc the people during the past five year are as follows: • Amount Tr <isttrtri<.- Xto'en.. Burke of L nisinna SS27.00C Poik of Tunnessee 41X),(XX Hemingway of JVUtssissippt... 315,00 T,-ue of Kenuicii.v 247,00< Vincent of Alabama 243,00 Archeror Maryland 13-J,OOC Churchill of Arkansas SO.OOC Woodruff of Arkansas 07,OJ( Nolnn of Missouri ii2 part of the country. That is the Nevr South—willing to appeal to arms because they can no longer obstruct legislation, because the majority and not tbe minority shall rule in the Senate and in the Nation. But Republicans need not become alarmed. The Southern bulldozers are powerful to intimidate, but no sensible man need be afraid. Senator Edmunds in a,n interview recently stated the truth about the matter. He .said: "I w am sure that the country, when it understands the precise scope and force of such a rule, that it means that the representatives of the country have the power to do what the countT'y thinks ought to be done one way or the other, after every member of the minority shall have had the opportunity to state his views, will be more thaii satisfied that its representatives of people and States in the Senate have done a wise and right thing."—Iowa State .Register. PERSONAL AND IMPERSONAL. A NEEDED DEFINITION. Turlir ' Total *2,SJ3,OOC It will be noticed that all these defal cations have occurred in Southern States where the Democratic party supreme. They have been so numerous that they are more than a mere coincidence, and suggest some special cause which has operated throughout the entire Southern section. They can not be laid at the door of "carpet-bag govern- .ment:" for the South is enjoying home rule. Nor can they properly be chargec to "ignorant black rule;" for every Southern State government is in white hands and every treasurer who -has plundered his State is a white. They are due, doubtless, to the opportunities •which Southern politics offer a rascal to get-to the front and remain there; not only to plunder the people but to carry on and conceal the crime for a considerable time. Many of the most popular Democrats in the South to-day are those who have eotne into power on the race issue. Vagabonds of all kinds have worked this race issue for all it is worth, and played on the fears of the white people. The conflict of the races has bred unhealthy politics. Combined with this the absence of all effective opposition to the' rule of the dominant party has naturally led to machine politics of the worst kind. Repeated re- nominations and re-elections have facilitated the operations of the "Honest Dicks" and "Honest Billys" in plundering the people. The triumph of Governor Tillman in South Carolina is a good sign if for no other reason than it means opposition to the powers that have so long ruled. Two closely-matched forces in politics are conducive to the good of any State; and with more triumph like that of Tollman's there would be fewer shortages among the State treasurers.—Albany Journal. "• GAG RULE OF DEMOCRATS. Terms by Which tJje Democrats Stigmatize Republican Measure*. People are not deceived by Democratic bluster about gag rule in the Senate. They know what awful liars the Democratic papers are. When a bill, intended to put an end to Bourbon force and fra.ud at Southern elections is proposed, they called it a "force" bill. ' 'Force bill" applied to the lodge election bill is a misnomer,- unless the bill is to be named from what it is intended to overcome. The cloture rule in the Senate, which without depriving any one of the right,to speak and to be heard, provides for the suppression of unreasonable prolongation of debate, is by the same kind of logic called a "gag" rule. But the Democrats can be depended upon to howl the most when the proposed measure is the best. The new rule to close debate is eminently just and proper. .'.It meets not only with the approval of Republicans, but of the business men of the country. It is a business rule applied to National legislation. It provides that the members, Republicans and Democrats, shall be allowed a "reasonable time" to discuss any measure. Discussion under this provision will no doubt be allowed to continue until it becomes manifest that it is being carried on merely to obstruct legislation. The debate may then be'ordered closed, and after such order each member may speak for thirty minutes more! Surely that, is liberal enough for any legislation,' '•..-•. That is all there is to the "gag" rule that the Democrats are howling, and lying about. And yet the Memphis Appeal Avalanche came out a few mornings ago, and in a double leaded editorial announced that: "The response of the South to the cloture resolution should be an appeal .to arms." THnk of that That is- the: New South that. cries "peace, peace,", when the North talks about honest elections in every rm from it Republican Point of View. We are assured by Mr. Cleveland and other Democratic leaders that their party is pledged to tariff reform: but they do not define tariff reform for us in a distinct and harmonious way. One says it means one tiling, and another says it means another thing. Hardly any two of-them, in fact, are entirely agreed upon, the, subject. They talk about it in a beautifully large and ornate style without telling us how its promised blessings are to be secured. There is nothing exact and specific in their lon^ and tiresome messages. Generally speaking, they look forward to the time when we shall have free trade; but meanwhile, they admit, we must have revenue to support the Gov-eminent, and the easiest and best way to obtain it is that of imposing duties on imports. When they are asked to state just where and- how these-necessary duties should be levied, they give as many answers as there were tongues at the feast of the tabernacles. Each one has some product or interest in his locality for which he desires the protection afforded by the present tariff; and. so, taking them all together,, they indorse practically the whole list of existing duties. They demand tariff reform in the abstract, but they never present the methods by which they propose to accomplish the desired object. It is a well-known fact that the duties have been reduced by the McKinley law to a point where no more can be spared without incurring the danger of a deficit. How, then, are further reductions to be made? Does tariff reform, from the Democratic point of view, imply that some of these duties should be reim- posed, and others diminished or abolished? There was a time when the tariff brought us a large annual surplus, but there is not likely to be any. surplus in the next two years. It is all very well to proclaim that reform is a good thing, and that we ought to have as much of.it as we can get; but reform is a term that may easily be made to conceal rather than to express thought. Mr. Cleveland's latest speech is a striking illustration of this fact. Tt does not contain a single coherent and definite statement with regard to the policy that, is to be pursued by his party. A great victory has been won for tariff reform, he declares, but he doijfc not say how the fruits of that victory are to be a,pplied and secured. The Mills bill was the Democratic platform in 1SSS, but.it can not be made the Democratic platform in 180:2. We are facing a new situation. The legislation of the last session of Congress has created a set of facts that differs absolutely from that which prevailed when Harrison was elected; and yet Mr. Cleveland talks as if no change had ensued. It is folly for him to say that the problem remains as it was when he wrote his celebrated and fatal message. The question is: What does lie Democratic party intend to do under ;]ie new conditions that have intervened? In other words, what does tariff reform mean at the present time? Thfti is the point of real importance? and M r. Cleveland, in common with all the other Democratic leaders, carefully evades the task of furnishing a plain and. satisfactory definition.—St. Louis lafte-Democrat. —Countess Taafe, in order to promote the Viennese mother-of-pearl industry, which is at a low ebb, has inaugurated the custom of wearing carved mother- of-pearl hairpins on dressy occasions. —The royal family of Austria are liberal givers in the time of need. The Emperor's subscriptions to the sufferers by the late floods in that country amount to 8500.000, while his brothers, the Archdukes, have given over 5400,000. —The greatest milliner the world has .ever known, Herbautof Paris, never allowed a lady to select her own bonnet. He would ta,ke a seat opposite his customer and study her face, complexion, the contour of her head, etc., and then tell her curtly to. go and that her bonnet would lie there in a few days. —The following named rich Indians live in the tha Puget Sound country, an estimate of their wealth being also given: Mrs. .Joseph Donette, a full- blooded Indian widow, S350.000: Chris Laughlet. §(10.000: Joe Coates, 80,000; Mrs. Coates, 48.000: Jonas Stannup, §00,000. In addition to these there are a do^en Indians living along the Puyallup river who are worth from $10,000 to §20,000 each. —Prof.. Koch's sudden leap into fame has disclosed the fact that he has at least a baker's dozen of relatives in America, The latest of these to be heard from ts a farmer who lives near Sharon, Pa., and says he is a nephew of the great doctor. He spells his name Cook, in the English way. and is a prosperous and substancial granger. Two cousins of. the doctor are in business in St. Paul, and another is a Boston preacher. —The death of Marechale Pelissier, Duchess of Malakoff, recalls the pretty story of her betrothal. She was a -rieai 1 relative of the Empress Eugenie, and one day, walking in the garden of the palace, she met the gallant Marechal, who asked the beautiful"girl for a rose she had just broken.'' "What would you do with a rose? You like only laurels," the girl answered, but gave him the flower. The reply captured the Marechal, who said to the Empress later: "I thought myself -difficult to conquer, but in this case Malakoff has surrendered at the first fire." —The females of Ecuador are proverbial for beauty, those among the aristocracy being- said to have the fairest complexion of any in South America, while all possess large, soft and expressive dark eyes, the blackest and most abundant hair, the whitest teeth, well-rounded figures and small hands and feet. Like all women in the tropics, they mature early and fade quickly, but perhaps their average span of forty years includes more heart-happiness than comes to women of colder climes in three score years and ten. for these are harassed by.no "carking cares" or high ambitions. —When Chief-Justice Chase chose to unbend himself he could be witty as well as wise. At a social gathering in his ho\T.se when he. was Secretary of War, the subject of taxation having be^n mooted, a distinguished naval officer present said he had'paid air his taxes except the income tax. "I have a little property." said he, which brings me in a yearly rental, but the tax-gatherers have not spotted it. I do not know whether I ought to let the thing go on that way or not. What would you do if you were in my place, Mr. Cha.se?' 1 There was a merry twinkle in the eyes of Mr. Chase as he. answered: . "I think it is the duty of every man to live un- snotted as long'as he Can." POLITICAL COMMENT. frequency with which Kansas farmers announce that they have Senator Ingalls defeated indicates that .hey are having considerable difficulty n convincing the Senator that he had setter give up the fight.—Washington Post. 'If Democrats are really so confident that the elections bill is going to the party that enacts it, why that letermined opposition to it in their party. Their Senatorial caucus decided o fight the bill at every step.—Iowa state Register.' is estimated that the speeches made by Democratic Senators at the iresent session for,the sole purpose of 'bstruc.tin'g the vyork of legislation ajid ireventingthe majority from exercising ts just rights and privileges have cost lie people over .?200,000. This .shows at a glance the necessity of a rule by •which the stream of irrelevant and mischievous talk can be kept .within easonable \ limits and -brought to a icrfect stop when the. public business- s being intentionally and- culpably ,de- ayed.—St. Louis U-lobe-Democrat. "A LITTLE NONSENSE." .—Mental Arithmetic.—Tramp—"My pard says ye jist guv him ten cents fer havin' one leg." B. ^Tevolent—"Yes, I did." Tramp—"Gimme twenty won't ycr? I've got two."—Good News. •—Outside of the Menagerie.—"Father, won't you take us in to see the animals?" "Yes; but we had better wait till seven o'clock, for it says that is the hour they are fed, and, perhaps, they may give us something to eat."—Flie- gende Blatter. • • .—Saving.—"In Heaven's name, Mr. Mayor, the town hall is on- -fire! Give me the key to the engine house so that we can get at the fire engine!'' "Iguess not, fellow. Is it not enough, to lose the town hall, and now you want to ruin the engine, too!"-—Fliegende Blatter. —-"Your son has joined the Four Hnn- dred and Fourteenth regiment, I hear." "Yes." "Is he likely to make a good soldier?" "Yes. indeed. John is a fighter. Xot afraid of anybody.. Why, he knocked his captain down the other night for reprimanding him."—Harper's Bazar. —Why not?— The maid at the window over the w:iy Throws me a kiss when I pass her by. And I watch for her greuclns day by day, For the roguish glanco o(,lier beaming eye, L'ritH a gluiun of sunshine, as dlinples chase Jjj swift procession across her face. And do I love her? You bet I do, Tliougn I am forty, and she bet two! . — N. r. Sun. Have you a Pittsburgh, Rochester, Duplex, or a Student Lamp? . v. Do they work satisfactorily? Do your Lamp Chimneys break? You get the wrong- sort! The RIGHT ones are the '•' PEARL ' GLASS," made by Geo.'A. Macbeth & Co., Pittsburgh, makers, of the celebrated " Pearl-top " lamp chimney, which have given universal satisfaction. S'gniflcnnt Statistics. The' Chattanooga Tradesman, has col- aborated Southern statistics which how an increase of over §3,700,000,000 in the wealth of the section and a decrease of 822,000,000 in the State indebtedness during the past ten years—a gain of G2 -per cent., while population increased less .than 20 per cent. Capital invested in manufactures increased over 200 per cent., from .$179,000,000 to §551,000,000. The railroad '• mileage was more than doubled. '-Perhaps-some free trader -will rise to remark how protection has ruined the South during .the past ten years.—Albany JournaL IS YOUR WIFE WELL? THE WOMEN OF AMERICA ARE THE LARGEST CONSUMERS OF S. S. S. IT NEVER FAILS TO RESTORB BROKEN DOWN HEALTH WHEN CAUSED BY IMPOVERISHED^BLOOO OR THE CARES OF «&*' THE HOUSEHOLD. 'v?* OVERTENTHOUSAND OF THE BEST WOMEN OF THE COUNTRY TESTIFY TO THIS. Don't fail to send for onr book OB blaod-diseases. Mailed free. Srxacrio Co-- Atlanta, Qm. Advice to tb.e Aged. iii'irmiticH,RncI> us bovFclH. weak kidneys und bl der audt torpid liver. have a upecllic effect on those organs, stimulating the bowela, grivitijrnutiir al di.ieliurc',"* wlttt<Hit; straining o: griping, and , to the kidneys, bladder nnrt liver. TJHey ure ailuptt'd to old or young-. SOJUO E To You, GENTLE READER. 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Route c»a be found 2,000,000 acres of splendid bottom, upland, timber and stock lands. Also the fluent fi-ult and mineral lands on the continent tor sal*. on favorable terms. FARMERS! with all thy getting get a home Is the sunny South, where blizzards and Ice clt«3 plains are, unknown. The Queen & Crescent Route IB 91 Miles Shortest and Quickest Ll;ie Cincinati to New Orleans . Time 27 Hours.: Entire Trains,. Baggage- Car, Day Coach** Sleepers run-through- without Changs, tt>« 110 Miles the Shortest, 3 Hours the Qiitcfe«r •Cincinnati'to Jacksonville, Fla Time 27 Hours. The only line running Solid Trains aim Through Sleeping Cars. ONLY LINK FROM CINCINNATI Tu Chattanoga, Tenn., Fort Payae, Ala., Slerldlhn Miss., Vlckbiirg, Miss., Sirevei-ort. La. 20 Miles the Shortest Cincinnati to Lexington, Kr. 5 Hours Quickest Cincinnati to Knoxviiic, lenn. 116 Miles the Shortest Cincimiati to Atlaata and Augusta, (ia. 114 Miles the Shortest Clnclniia»l to Annisioa, Ala 26 Miles the Shortest' Cincinnati 'to 'Slrinlnghan, . •- Ala. 15 Miles Shortest Cincinnati to Mobile, Ala.. Direct connections at Now Orleans and Shreyepon For Texas, Mexico, California. Trains leave Central Union Depot. Cinclanatt crossing the Famous'High Bridge erf Kentucky and rounding the base of Lookout Mountain. Pullman Boudoir Sleepers on all Through Trains. Over One Million Acres of Land In-Albania, tS» future Great State of-the South subject to pre-emption. TJnsurpassed cllmala. For Correct County Maps, Lowest-'-Rates an<S rail particulars addres, JX G. EDWARDS, (fen. Passenger &, Ticket Agent, Queen & Crescent Route, Cincinnati. O.. 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