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January 25, 1891

Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 3

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C e ItJRRlERS * In order to reduce our vast stock of Alaska Seal Skin Garments and Fur Shoulder Capes, we will, for a limited period, give a special Gash Discount of 15 Per Cent off present reduced prices on every purchase. Correspondence solicited. Illustrated Fur Catalogue sent free to any address. Highest market prices paid for Raw Fur Skins. Send for Price Current, D. E. PRYOR The Druprorist handles the CD CD purest drugs which the market produces. — PRESCRIPTIONS A specialty. S16 E. Broaday st, Real Estate. For Sale orTrade la all parts of Logansport. Residence and Businessjproperty. Sole Agents for the "West End Addition." And Johnson's Riverside Addition. Vacant Lots, on Monthly Payments. Barg-ains io lands close to city. E. N. Talbott & Son, Real Estate Broker, St. Elmo Bloek. Broadway DR. W. D. SNOW, OFFICE »nd Ttesldenco orer 201 Sycamore St. LOGANSPORT," - • • IND. Special Attention Given to Acute and Chronic Diseases and Diseases of Women and Children. Consultation Free. Night Bell Promptly Responded to. Daily Journal. SUNDAY MORNING. JAN. 25. Don't fail to get your dress goods at the Trade Palace. Do you know that the grandest ball of the season occurs a week from next Thursday. Inyest a few dollars in Harry Frank's tailor-made overcoats, for never will you see such low prices again. SHILOH'S CURE will immediately relieve croup, whooping cough and bronchitis. Sold by: B. F. Kees. ling s 8 THAT HACKING COUGH can be so quickly cured by Shiloh'.s Cure. We guarantee it. Sold by B. ~F. Kees- ling'' 1 Found, a brass baggage check.. Owner can have same by calling at this office and paying for advertisement. SLEEPLESS NIGHTS made miserable by that terrible cough. Shiloh's Cure is the remedy for you. Sold by B. Fi Keesling. "2 The slicing and cutting on all overcoats is still on at Harry Frank's. Overcoats worth §3.50 for $2, ?5 coats for $3, etc. WHT WILT. YOU cough when Shiloh's Cure will give Immediate relief? Price 10 cents, 50 cents and $1. Sold by B. F, Keesling. 7 Nervous debility; poor memory, diffidence, sexual weakness,- pimples cured by Dr. Miles' Nervine. Samples free al B. F. Keesling's. (6) I will only take orders during January and February for delivery anytime within three months, after that .the tailors who are employed on our work expect to get full prices from their regular empVvw—the merchant tailor,—Otto Kraus. The Force Bill up and at It Acnin- rioture and Endurance, A Great Speech on the Impending "Irrepressible Conircf. Free Coinage Not Out of the Woods by a LOIIK Shot. PHYSICAL ENDURANCE 1 DEAR JOURNAL:—The free coinage bill, pure and simple passed the Senate last Wednesday by a majority of twelve votes, • composed of all the unpaired Democrats and seven or eight Republicans. It is claimed that Senators Pierce and .Moody, of South Dacota, who were absent, were paired with anti-silver Senators, and so two Republican votes for free coinage were lost. It is also earnestly denied that there was any "combination" whatever between the silver Republicans and the anti-force bill Democrats. Some of the Silver Republicans are opposing the election bill, while others are 'Strongly favoring it. I don't believe there is any combination in the matter beyond an agreement af opinion to the extent of concert in aciion. After the expected passage of the free coinage bill—the Vest bill, not the Financial Commit, tee's bill amended—the unexpected happened" in the Senate again taking- up the so-called force bill. On Friday the managers of this bill pushed it to the point of a "continuous session," which lasted all Friday night and until Saturday' evening at C o'clock when a recess was taken until Monday at 11 o'clock. The object of this "continuous session" was to test the endurance of the opponents of the election bill, and the hope that some loop-hole might be developed through which the bill could be slipped to pas- passage, hut the Democrats were not tired out or caught napping, and'so- the matter stands, as I write, with a prospect that the bill will again be side-tracked on Monday or Tuesday, or be so committed and buried out of sight forever. There is much unfavorable comment among Republicans upon the tactics of the managers of • the bill in adopting this tiring eut scheme. It is pronounced altogether too childish and vndignified for the Senate of Congress, and it offered scarcely the shadow of a hope of success. It was comparatively a "soft snap" for the Democrats who only needed a few nien in guard, while the Republicans to accomplish anything, must all be on hand. It is agreed among most Republicans that as the election bill has become a party measure in Congress it is the duty of the Republican majority in the Senate to leave no stone unturned to secure its passage, but the method demanded by the circumstances is cloture, not physical endurance, .and if cloture cannot be secured the hill cannot be passed. It is, therefore, useless and dangerously impolitic to waste more time on it. The pend- ency of this bill again in the Senate has congested. business in the House, and will keep it in that condition unless the Republicans of that body can muster and retain a quorum of their own party, which is an extremely doubtful thing. It is more than hinted that the force bill and the free coinage bill may so antagonize each.other as to prevent all other important legislation, including the. appropriation bills, defeat both the contending bills, and result in an extra session of the ne.rt Congress In the spring or early summer. It is a very unsatisfactory situation all around to the Republicans who are not xprominently enlisted .in the fight, but the Democrats appear to be well-pleased with it. Perhaps the results of an extra session would produce a different effect upon them. NOTABLE. The speech of Senator Ingalls upon the financial question was decidedly the most notable event of the present session and one of the few immortal utterances that were not born to die.. It is sneeringly asserted that the speech was made to the Kansas Legisture. but Mr. Ingalls,. whatever his other faults may be, is not a trimmer. On the contrary is one of the most peneirat-. ing,. far-seeing minds in the country, and no man in the land is more thoroughly -abreast with the best thought of his times. He is a man, too, who has the-courage of his opinions. His speech was a warning and a .prophecy—an opening note of the irrepressible financial conflict. It 'gave, his adherence to free coinage not so much upon the merits of that. measure as upon its demand by the people, and its relations to the contending forces of a great pending: struggle. He said, as I said in my letter published last Sunday, that free coinage was bound to have its trial, whether it came from this administration or from another selected as its successor. ', He wisely recognized the inevitable, and bowed to the decree of the sovereign power of the' Self- his speech will he widely read and •oberly pondered by Republicans who recognize the necessity of meeting' cew questions,, as the party in its glorious history has met questions that are'now old upon, the side of the masses of the plaiu, honest people. JfftEE COINAGE. The fate of the free coinage bill is still very uncertain. If the force bill is finally laid aside by the Senate during the next few days the coinage bill will get through the house. It has friends enough there to pass it at any time if it can get to a veto solely on its merits. The Cleveland Democrats are particularly anxious to get it out of the way of their tin god. With it as an issutj in the campaign he can scarcely be nominated. A good many members of the House, Democrats and Republicans, honestly favor the measure on its merits, either for the benefit to the country they expect from it directly or for its financial effect tentively. On the other hand it has more powerful opponents in that body than it bad in, the Senate. and if the election bill is kept at the front anywhere it will not have the* ghost of a chance to get to a final vote, while the election hill is held by the throat. Finally, should it reach the President, the chances are that he will veto it. He is conservative on the financial question, and no man is more resolute in the courage of his convictions. Another week or so lost in the contentions of these measures will probably defeat nearly all important pending legislation and endanger.- the enactment of the appropriation bills. For one I atn willing to.see an early extra session of the next Congress. The Democrats in a minority are win- Ling success and reckless partisan applause as obstructionists. In the next Congress they must be construe-. tiontists 'or chumps, and it is safe to 'wager ten to one that they will not be the former. They never have been in all the history of the country. They are not built that way. It is their mission to stand still or pull down, not to move forward and build up. FEIISONAL AND OTHERWISE. Mr. Owen's report'from the Com-' mittee on Immigration was laid before the House Friday evening, and was the subject of a prominently placed column article in the New York Sun and Tribune, Boston Herald and other leading journals of Saturday. The report is very interesting and instructive, and the bill accompanying it one of the most important of pending questions, but I am afraid that in the present muddle of affairs it will not have much chance of considera- ,ion and enactment. Will the Democrats have sense enough to steal Mr. Owen's thunder in the next Congress? They are .experts in that line if they see a chance to get votes in it. Mr. Victor L. Ricketts,. of the Delphi Journal, is to Jbe floor manager at the Indiana . reception next Thursday and has already assigned the writer to several gay and festive '''whirls 1 ' in the dancing program of that evening. Look out for press reports of a marvelous and unique terpsicborean performance on that occasion. If Street Commissioner Chris. Heber could see the streets of Wash ing ton cleaned once, I think he would be willing . to., give up that electric light and retire to some secure and. obscure corner in the woods. The process is about as follows, repeated ivery few days: First comes a sprinkler at a trot. Then follows a gang of two or three four-horse teams having an immense brush, resting upon four wheels and under cover to keep the dust and dirt from flying. The brush is hung eliptically so that it sweeps a swath, of dirt of its full width, to one side. The next brush sweeps it another swath and so on until the dirt is piled in the gutter,-which, by the way, is made by the slope of the street and the projection above its level of the ide walks curb. Next come gfangs of men with hoes and brushes'who rake and brush the wlnno of dirt into little piles. Then comes a man with a one horse cart, and so the dirt disappears leaving the street as clean as a newly swept' floor. There are few street crossings in Washington as the streets are passible at-any point'and • the people cross them at all points. . , . . J.T.B. Washington,, Jan. 18 '91. STATE OF OHIO, CITY OF TOLBDO, ? „ LOCAS COUNTY, j FRANK .1. CHENEY makes oath that be is the ssnior partner oC the Qrm ot F. 1. CHKNEY & Co.. doing business In the City of Toledo, County and State atorsald, and that said firm will pay tne sum ol ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and very case ofCutsrrii that cannot bo cured by the . CHENEY. Sworn to Before me and subscribed In my presence, this 6th day of December. A. D. 1886. ~^ A. W. GLEASON, SEAL \ • Notary Public. Hairs' Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally and acts directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces ol ;he system. Send for testimonials Icee. - F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0. EgT-Sold by Druggists, 75 cents.. . ;.. M. J. Bligh, No. 305 Market street is the sole- agent for Schlitz' celebrated Milwaukee bottled beer" for family ' jan22d'tDO • A singer (or breath was distressed, And tie doctors all said she must rest, But she took ft. M. D. Fur her weak lungs, you see, And now she can sing with the best. An athlete gave out, on a run, And he feiired his career was cjulte done; G-. M. D., pray observe, Gave back his lost nerve, And now he can lift half a ton. A writer who wrote for.a prize, Had headaches and pain in the ayes; G. M. D. was the spell That made him quite well. , And glory before aim now Has. , These are only examples of the dally triumphs of Dr. Plerce's Golden Medical Discovery, in re- itorlng health and reviving wasted vitality., Sold by all druggists. An Interesting Scrl» of Sermon*. Regeneration will be the subject of a series of four sermons on successive Sunday evenings in the Baptist church by the pastor, Rev. W. H. Marsh. The topics and dales of the sermons are: Third Sunday evening, January 25, "Necessity of Regeneration twofold." Third Sunday evening Feb. 1, "Regeneration an act of God." i Xo AVreclt Asliorc Was ever more hopelessly stranded than a wrecked constitution, whether its disaster be the product of some formidable malady, or that slow, premature decay that seems to fasten upon some constitutions without apparent adequate caute. An excellent means of checking this gradual drain of the sources of vitality Is the beneficent tonic, Hostetter's Stomach Bitters, which promotes digestion, enriches the blood and gives substance as well as stamina to an enfeebled frame. Constipation, feebleness of the kidneys and bladder, fever and ague and rheumatism, are among the bodily ailments which Is remedies promptly and thoroughly. Persistence In Its use Is well merited by It. ,, to2'J A Real Balsam IK Itemp'w Balsam The dictionary says "A Balsam is a thick, pnre aromatic sobsfcance flowing from trees." Kemp's Balsam for the Throat and Lungs is the only cough medicine that is a real balsam. Many thin, watery cough remedies are called balsams, but such are not. Look through a bottle of Kemp's Balsam and notice what a pure, thick preparation it is. If you cough use Kemp's Balsam. At all druggists'. Large bottles 50c. and $1. eod I am laden vifcl? freight From the golden gate.. To I an 05 across % Sea. I c&rry sweet hope , 50AP, r As o. cargo , clear as can be. AUS5 0 only by A8K YOUR GROCER FOR II .Ten days, remember only ten days, we offer not old Temnants but new spring styles of wall paper and mould- ings, not at cost, but at prices that will be to your advantage to buy—we mean business. Sale commence Monday January 26, at the Logansport Wail Paper Co. jan24d3t Save your change and dollars, you will want them at the greatest, cut price sale on muslins, also sheetings and pillow case muslins, etc. Remember, we will name the day soon in this paper.—Trade Palace. Beecham's Pills cures sick headache. d6t THE ORIGINAL AND GENUINE. Theonlj- 8»fe, Snw,»nil rtlialll P1U for u]«. Ladle*.-'uk Druprtn for CMckala-l A"n?Iui .Diamond Brand in R*d ud Gold mcuUlo bojc«.e»lcdirttb bine ribbon. T»ke BO o&er kind. Jfc/tue 3uliUcu!iont md JmUoHt*!. All nl]l» iu pMKBou-i! bojM, pint »r«pp«i. »re dunKeroiM counterfeit*. At Dra0-iiu, «r •<•« i 4c. In lump* for pnrt!cuUr«, icjilmonl«l», «nd ••Itellef for Lmtlem" in lour, bj ntm 1M ]0,000 TMLlmirailUl. .Vawe Paper. CHICHEBYER CHEMICAL CO., M«dl«»n B»OT , wmonll. . Sold l>r all I.oc.1 l>ru«rt«U. ., ««»n riULADJilJHlUA. JiimCK T. Gott, Carml, III., Says: He paid thirty-one dollars doctor's bill for his wife in one year, and one bottle of Bradfleld's-Female Regulator did her more gaod than all the medicine she had taken before. H. DALE, Druggist Carmi, 111. Write Bradfleld_Regl. Co.. Atlanta, Ga., for particulars. Sold by Ben Fisher. to24 Old CJothii»2 Wanted. AVe will be at the North Street House for the next five days. Will pay the highest pwce for cast-off clothing, old gold and silver. All orders promptly • attended to. Call on or address. PANAMA BBOS., Jan23d3t North St. House. For Sole and Delivery. Pure timothy hay for horses, and clover and timothy, mixed, for cow?, orders at my office. novlodtawtf D. D. DYKEMAN Or old or young, or grave or gay, Those who now let their teeth decay, With breath we can't endure; The thought their after life will haunt, That they neglected SOZODONT, That would have knot all pure. tolO For rent, several desirable houses Apply to C. E HaJe. nov4dtf A VAST DIFFERENCE.—It makes a vast difference to . the average ,-man whether he picks up a carpet, tack with hiS fingers or his his heel. There is also a vast difference between Dr. White's Pulmonaria and all other cough remedies. It is entirely unlike any other. It is perfectly harmless, and acts like magic in curing a cough. Three sizes, 25 cents, 50 cents and. $1, and every bottle warranted. to24 'j>o TTou Cough? Don't delay. Take Kemp's Balsam the best cough cure. It will cure your coughs and colds.. It will cure sore throat or a tickling in the throat. It will cure pains in the chest, It will cure influenza and bronchitis .and. all, diseases pertaining to. the lungs because it is a. pure balsam. Hold' it. .to the light and see how clear and ..thick it is. You will see the excellent effect after taking the. first dose. Large-bottles 50c.'and $1. - . eod ^ J Notice. ,J Any subscriber failing toj receiv* , , his paper regularly and promptly will .$ please report this fact to me at ti j * ^S office. ' . f >jj F. Jox. Circulator. -J in Groceries! GRAND OPENING! Tuesday, January 27th, By tne Peoples' Friend and Benefactor, Wm.Dolan&E.J.Twomey, Opera House Block, the Old Stand. It is not mecessary, we hope, that we should enumerate prices, for you have not forgotten WM. HOLAN & CD's, manner of selling goods. You know how he treated you before and he will meet you again with the tame honest heart and Square Dealing that had given-him such a largp share of your patronage heretofore. He has not forgotten the way of buying goods from first hands and making his profits direct from the manufacturer, packer and refiner. You will never have to pay, when you deal with him, but a small per cent, on the original cost of the goods. When you visit our store you will find all goods Marked in Plain figures, and One Price to All. Hoping you will not buy any goods until our Opening, Tuesday, JanuaryJ27 When you will fiad a full houe of Groceries, and at Slaughtering prices,: such as 25 pounds of light brown New Orleans sugar for.... .... $1 00 16 pounds of granulated sugar for 1 00 Honey drip syrup, per gallon. - .. • • 35 Fine Young Hyson tea, per pound... 25 Fine leaf lard, rendered, per pound. - • <H- Pickled porki per pound. --• ^T Star Hams - "' Many otner things that space will not permit to mention. Respectfully, ••7.1 4. <» "4 -I use DOLAN & TWOMEY, ;i .'A .OB icoa novJ. (o TBADESUPriiaDbyROSS GORDON, L»F*.ytttte, Ind. For gale by B. F Keeslinp BO joowttj-ibnraetvcnuw'ciic Hyinptomn or your tlcular dlKMe to wo. .Consultation free •-* Hours, 8 to«; Bundarn, 9 to 12. Klinck Catarrh & Bronchial RemedyCo, •8 JACKSON «T., CHICAGO. Illr and Skin Disease*. SWOT SfKuno Co., Atlanta, O* F. D. CLARKE, M ....... leopard change his spots?" Or is there any painting or "white-washing- the Dem- party can resort to that "will" so the differences between railway companies and their employe? have been settled»and.llie strike is end. d_,

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