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AT WASHINGTON. Free Coinage Being .Prepared for tlie Senate fimniERs 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 Gasfi Discount of IS Per Gent 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. PEYOR The Druggist handles the purest drugs which the market produces.— PRESCRIPTIONS A specialty. S1G E. Broaday st. Real Estate. For Sale orTrade In all parts of Logansport. Residence and Business property. Sole Agents for the "West End Addition." And Johnson's Riverside Addition. Vacant Lots, on Monthly Payments. Bargains in lands close to city. E. N. Talbott & Son, Real Estate Broker, St. Elmo Bloek. Broadway Grand Palace Hotel. 81 to lOSNorta Clartc Street, Cfiicago, 4 minntea from Court House. Both Plans. Weekly, $3.00. Transients, &0c up. Restaurant by Compagnon.late chlcagodub.Chef POPCtABPBlCES. KEW HOUSE. Cat this out for further reference. lebUdlm DR. W. D. SNOW, OFFICE u<l ne8ia«»ee over 201 Sycamore St. LOGANSPORT, - - - IUT Special Attention Giyen to Acnte and Chronic Diseases and Diseases .ol.Wpmen and Children. Consultation Free. Nlgnt:Bell Promptly Responded to. Daily Journal. SUNDAY MOBNINGr. FEB. 15. Beeeham's Pills cures sick ache. For rent, several Apply to C. E Hale head. d6t desirable houses novidtf Gold crowns and bridge work done only at Clark's, the new dentist. Jno. Bennett, of Monticello, was in the city a few honrs yesterday on business. SBILOH'S CURE -will immediately relieve croup, whooping cough and bronchitis. Sold by. B. F. Keesling 8 THAT HACKING COUGH can be so quickly, cured by Shiloh's Cure.. We guarantee it. Sold by B. F. Keesling; 1 . SLEEPLESS NIGHTS made miserable by that terrible cougb.'. Shiloh's Cure Is the remedy for you. Sold by B. F- Keeslinfj. ~~2~~ Wnr WILL YOU cough when Shiloh's Cure will give immediate relief? Price 10 cents, 50 cents and $1. Sold by B. F..-.JEeesling. • 7-Short breath, palpitation, paiu in cliesi weak, or faint spells, etc., cured by Dr. Miles 1 New Heart Cure. Sold at B. F. Keealing's (5) Reciprocity Badiuntand Rc»t>lendnnt for tl»e KcpuWIcan Party. The iUcKlnlcy Bill Didlt, r.nd Blaliic lw UN Happy MOKtBUND. DEAK JODEXAT,: Those of your readers, who • read my correspondence to the Journal noticed the prediction in my letter, probably published to-day that the free coinage bill deserved to be and should be prepared as a corpse by the House of Congress to be buried with, the Fair elections "bill and closure in the Senate cemetery. If the Senate free coinage bill, for which so much sacrifice of ^Republican party principles and interests was made, is not already a corpse it is in a very- moribund condition, and its prospects 1 of restoration to health and vigor are very slim. The Coinage Committee of the House has it by the throat and is choking its life out, while the House itself, on a square test vote, the other day, gave it a most stunning .blow. This is a world of compensations. If the silver men are turned against the Kepublican party by the failure of their pet schemes, the anti-free coinage men will be turned towards it, and so the damage to the party of the failure of the Fair elections bill will be largely recompensed. I have regarded free coinage as a considerable "tub to a whale," in itself seitner very dangerous or very'beneficial. Recent developments have shown it to be "away, down deep," the" scheme of money grubs and speculators. It is now in a most excellent shape to be handed over to the tender care of the Democratic party and its tin god Grover Cleveland. It is a very hot Democratic chestnut 'in a hot Democratic fire and the Republicans cannot afford to pull it out for the benefit of their. cunning 4 Democratic opponents. RECirKOCITl'. To compensate any possible loss from_the probable defeat of free coinage we now have the positive and assured magnificent gain of the reciprocity treaty with Brazil. This triumph of the splendid diplomacy of James G. Blaine, based .upon the foundation of that masterpiece of economic legislation, the McKirilty bill, is worth more to the country than all the legislation that has been devised or advocated by Democrats and silver men in the last twenty years. It Is a happy condition, not a probably dangerous, or at least doubtful theory. It is free trade under full protection, such free trade as we have between our own States, without ruinous competition against our productions and industries. Its $25,000,000 a year added to Our. export trade will reach, and stimulate every" interest of our production, without robbing our labor Of its wages, our money circulation of a dollar of its volume or our home market of one of its patrons. And this treaty with Brazil is but one of many that will speedily follow on the same Hues of regard for home interests, and adding millions upon mil- lins to our export trade. It means a business and industrial prosperity in. the land-that will allay dissatisfaction, confound the free coinage and inflation quacks, silence the paternal government cranks and'give the Nation solid content and unexampled progress. In 1892 the McKinley bill stone which a misled and deceived people.seemed to reject last fall will- become the chief economic corner is now in good trim for the work of the year-. At its next meeting, on the last Satarday of this month, Eon. W. D. Owen will deliver aa address on .'•Immigration," and the undersigned is on the program for an indulgence on 1 'Political Reminiscences." The buds are swelling and the grass becoming quite fresh and green in this tree and grass plat city. " J. T. B. Washington, D. C., Feb. S, 1891. RAILROAD RUMBLINGS. Item* from the Note-Book of Our Rull way Reporter—Point* Personal tind Otherwise. The German government has in- strutted Herr Buette, an expert engineer and a director of one or the government roads, to proceed to the United States and make a careful study of and prepare a report on- the modes of operating railways in this country. All the locomotives which haul the fast night-express trains on 'the Chicago & Eastern Illinois road, are provided with electric headlights, and the management is more 'than pleased with the results which have followed their introduction. The members of the Indianapolis division of the Order of Kail way Conductors are daily becoming more confident that at the meeting ia May Indianapolis will be fixed upon . as the headquarters of the organization. Secretary Mounts is daily receiving letters, and the tenor of all is that Indianapolis is the place for this thriving organization to have its headquarters. •:, A new description of a vestibule train has been patented. It is entirely different from the Pullman or the Wagner vestibule. Projecting roofs and platforms are done away with and the vestibule, the full width of the coach, forms the connection. Brakes and guard-rails, in their present form, are done away with. Were Well Entertained. . The gentlemen who went from here on Thursday to help in the institution of a lodge of Elks at Kokomo were evidently well treated by their Kokomo friends. Tlie Gazette-Tribune says in connection with the affair: "The visitors from Indianapolis, Logansport, Marion and other places— thirty or more in all—went through the Plate Glass works after the organization was perfected. They also visited other places of interest in the afternoon and wore greatly delighted with their visit hero. The visitors were royally entertained by the local brelhera and.asked the city'papers to express their'gratitude'for the hospitality of Kokomo people OD this occasion. f of lje&i|er: fAIR-BANK, daughter was terribly Our dear little sick, Her bowels were bloated a= hard as a brick, We feared she would die Till we happened to try Pierce's Pellets—they cured her, re- remarkably quick. Never be without Pie v ce's Pellets in the house. They are gentle and.' effective in action and give immediate relief in cases of indigestion, biliousness and constipation. They do their work thoroughly and leave no bad effects. Smallest, cheapest, easiest to take. One a dose. Best Liver Pill made, Wanted, Salesmen, ladies or -gentlemen. Fine chance, light work and steady employment, big pay, local or traveling. Inquire of the proprietor, room 8, Krucifs block, up stairs, just over bridge on Sycamore street. Gentlemen, please call Monday forenoon; ladies, afternoon. 1 4 MADE ONLY BY NJtfAlRBANK&CO. CHICAGO. CmcHESTER's ENGLISH, RED Cftoss THE ORIGINAL AND GENUINE. The (illy g.fe, Bare, ul reUablt HI] tor lilt — CA, uk DnifKiHt f°r CMctiaur'i &lqUtl\ ZMaiwmd Brand ia Ked ftD«1 <7oW rocwllio boxo« mated Till blue ribbon. Tttlcc no other kind. £e(las StAaittMoni t*4 Jniuuim.. All pill* iapiuKboardboxot, ptQ)[-irr«pp«r*. arc duinrovR counterfeit*. JUDmgrt*u,«rMBd*« 4c. In .NUimpH for partlfiDl&ra, batimonUU, anil "ICelTcf for LaiHe*." (n letter, br rrtnm 1"" " 10,000 Tc,UjT,onlal». .Y™ .Pop*-. CHICHESTCH CHEMICAL CO., Midlii. ( Sold by UU.LOC*' " • - ^s A ROOSTER HORSE TAMER. Beware of Ointment* for Catarrh "that Contain Mercury, as mercury w'll surely destroy the sense of smell and completely derange the wtole system when entering It through the mucous surfa/ces. Such articles should never,he used except on prescriptions from reputable physicians, as the damage they will do. Is ten lold'to the good you can possibly derive irom'them.. Hull's Catarrh Care, manufactured b? F. J. Cheney <x Co., Toledo, 0. contains no mercury, and Is taken Internally, and acts directly upon the uystem. In buying Hall's Catarrh Cure Be sure you get the genuine. It is taken Internally, and made in Toledo, Ohio, by F. 3. Cheney &' Co. £27~aold by urugglsts, price 75c. per bottle. stone of all-the Americas. PERSONA! AND OTHERWISE. I have not had the pleasure • of attending any of Mrs. W. D. Owen's receptions, and especially regret my enforced absence , from the last one of the season, held in the Ebbitt House red parlor last Wednesday afternoon. The description given of a previous one in various notices of it published in the Journal would, in a general way, fit the last one, which was -even more of a social success than its predecessors. Among Mrs. Owen's young lady assistants at her last reception was Miss Ruth Wa.sh.buni. niece of Mr. and-Mrs.' Joseph Dague. Mrs. Owen is a most charming hostess, and is particularly kind and considerate in her' treatment of her more humble acquaintances and friends. There is-not an atom of the ob in her composition. She is thoroughly, a lady in any -society. Hence the popularity of her receptions with the throngs that attend them. These social influences, 'by th'e way, are an important factor in Washing,on life, and the member of-Congress who can command them adds largely ;o his ability to serve his constituents. They are not a mere empty social show, but are an .entity and amenity,hat are to commended. The Indiana Republican Club at its meeting, last (Saturday) night adopted a new constitution and by-laws, retorted by Capt. Frank Swigart, and I>6 You Couscli? 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 "60c. and $1. eod Two OF A KIND.—A mule will follow a load of hay all day, but he hates to be driven to pasture. There is a good deal of a mule in some people and they are usually troubled with a liver and indigestion and" need a reliable remedy, such as Dr. "White's Dandelion Alterative. It cures- indigestion, biliouness and liver and kidney troubles, purifies the blood and brings 1 back the vigor of youth. For sale 'by B. F. Keesling and D. E: Pryor. tolo For Cole. The two farms formerly owned by Robert McMillen, deceased, situated in Noble township, the one, one mile and the other two .miles northwest of Logansport. Terms reasonable. For particulars inquire of R. M. McMillen on-the premises. ; R. M. McMnxEN, W. S. STEWART, •Executors. febld4tltaw • The "Mother'H Friend" "- Not.only, shortens labor and lessens pain attending it, but greatly diminishes the danger to life of both mother and child if used a few months before confinement. Write .to The Bradfield Regulator Co., Atlanta. Ga,, for further particulars. Sold by Ben Fisher. tolo I Am Crazed With Toothache and serves you right for having neglected to use SOZOD'ONT. Had you done so your mouth have been healthy and youi<-teeth sound. Get the "snag" pulled out and commence at once using SOZODOJfT, thereby '.preserving the balance of your teeth. tola Wanted, at Once, Four salesmen, light work. Big pay and.steady employment. Inquire .at North Street House, 'No. 519 North street, from 11:30 to 2, and 5 to-9 p. m. feblOdeodSt M- J. Bligh, No. 305 Market street is the sole agent forSchlitz' celebrated Milwaukee bottled beer for family use. jan22dl mo Nervous debility, • poor memory, diffidence, sexual weakness, pimples cured by Dr. Miles' Nervine. Samples free at B. F. Keesling's. " (6) How a Poor Hindn Fakir Overcame a Vicious Stallion. Hindus are -very-skillful in taming wild annimals and snakes, and an incident was related the other day by an Indian traveler of how an Indian fakir tamed in a few minutes a refractory horse that-no one else could manage. The horse in question was a full- blooded stallion, belonging to one of the Rajahs who had bought him for 25,000 rupees. The'animal's favorite trick was to run backward when any one mounted him, and no amount of spurring or whipping could make him- go in the direction that a good horse should go. Many famed horse tamers were hired to cure the horse of this disgraceful trick, but none succeeded. The Rajah offered £200 to any one who should break the horse of his bad habit. . • .'An English officer who was acquainted with the Eajah told him that he knew a common fakir who was of a very inventive turn of mind, and advised him to give the fellow a. trial. The fakir was sent for, and appointed a day on which he said he • would. positively cure the horse of all bad tricks. The Rajah, with a number of officers and retainers, went to witness the taming.. The tricky horse was handsomely- caparisoned, but the fakir made his appearance in' his every-day dilapidated clothes, that' were dirty, as usual, for he had no others. By his side walked a ragged boy carrying- a bag with something, in .it. The fakir said .a few words to the boy and theri'leaped upon the horse's .back .with the agility .of a monkey. The Horse immediately began running backward. Everybody was wondering what the fakir could do, when suddenly the boy thrust his hand into'the bag and brought out.a wild, vicious-looking rooster with spurs three inches in length. Quick as a flash the boy fastened the fowl to the horse's tail and' then the fun began. The rooster put in some fine work with his spurs and cackled and screeched as loud as he could. The horse was evidently surprised. First he stopped, and then tried to catch the rooster, as a kitten does its tail, by turning, round and round. The fakir held on like a leech. 'Finding this did not succeed,- the horse started-on a run straight ahead, just as would a clog with a tin can attached to'his caudal appendage. The stallion had "been-conquered. That one lesson was STiEieicnl.'- and he never trio:! to n.u: Uicliv.-ard agriiri.'—N Y ORANGE BLOSSOM -i iii A POSITIVE CURE FOR ALL FEMALE DISEASES. 1 A tirefl . languid feeling, low spirited and despondent, with no anpa-" '' i rentcause. Indigestion, headache, pains in the baejc, pains^cross the .•>•> * k>Tver part of bowels. Great soreness in rejrfon'.f ovaries. Bladder difficulty, Frequent tions, Leueorrhoea, Constipation of bowels, and with all these symptoms a terrible nervous /"a feelingls experienced by the patient. THK ORANGE BlOSSOJl TREATMENT removeaa* these by a thorough process of. absorption.. •, „ A I flfiil APPI inATinH P ? rfect \ yha 7' rte5S ' wbic!hever y Iad y oan "8«. herself. Mod- „. LUunL Hi ILIUM I IUH icmes taken internally will never relieve the many forma of -f» female weakness. The remedy rauet bo applied to the parts . to obtain permanent relief. *a A PLAIN TALK TO LADIES ' EVERY LADY CAN TREAT HERSELF. 0. B. Pile Kemedy. 0. B. Catarrh. Cine. $1.00 FOR ONE MONTH'S TREATMENT. -PEEPAEED BY- O. B. Stomach Powdan. O. B. Kidney Cona*. J. A. McCILL, M. D., & CO., 2 & 4 PANORAMA PLACE, CHICAGO, ILL. FOR SALE BY n . F . KEKSWXG and JOHXSON BROS. M)10dAwl r * DR. J. MILLER can speak in the & SONS-^Gents: I j highest praise' of ! TcrriMe JS/TecV of'a, Sttd Habit. He was sitting in the corner and had just scratched a match on the sole of his shoe, 'when a clerical-looking- person -approached him and said: "My friend, you greatly alarmed rue then!" . "How?" asked the other in surprise. "Weil, I just buried a relative yesterday who was a victim of that habit. He scratched matches on the sole of his shoe for ~ twenty-five years, [ and the leather became so, impregnated with sulphur that he took-fire while, running 1 for a street car and was burned to death." "But—" ejaculated the other. "Never mind, now, "I've given you warning-," solemnly interrnpte'dthe reminiscent speaker; "How in thunder could he wear a pair of shoes for twenty-five years!" exclaimed the passenger in the corner; but the clerical-looking man was just then on hib way to the street.—Brooklyn. Eagle. M^t. -'.nm-ii.'n*^.,.?-, . -," -!\ ,_-. -. . >T-.?*.—"•J^-'Tsi —-"Woman—"Officer, where is the car that goes past the Central Ptation?" Officer—"It will be along 1 in a minute, ma'am, and I'll .show it to you. [A minute elapses.] There's your car, lady! Hurry and you may catch it." Woman—"Oh, I don't want to take the car till to-morrow, officer. • I just thought I'd come down, to-day'and' se« what it looked like."—Buffalo Expresm. your Vegetable Expectorant. I was told by my physician that I should never be better; my case was very alarming. I had a ;,hard cough, difficulty [in breathing, and had been spitting- blood at times for six weeks. I commenced using the Expectorant and got immediate relief in breathing. I soon began to get better,, and in a short time . I was entirely cured, and I no-w think ray lungs are sound.—Mrs. A. E Turner. dec7d*w6m Randolph, Mass. Something New In Corn—Xew Klin Dried Corn Meal. 'This process retains all the sweeti and nutriments of the.eorn.. It is this process that-has given Kentucky and Virginia its great reputation for corn meal. To he had at the leading ,gro-- caries. We are: also manufacturing pure whole wheat flour. This is also on sale at all the leading groceries,in one-eighth barrel packages. There is more nutrition in this flour than- in any other made. We are now pr& pared to grind corn for feed in any quantities declld&wtf D. & C. H. UHL. Notice. One hundred carpenters wanted mediately. Call; at No. 225 Fourth street, third floor, any Monday evening at 7 p. m. on or before March 2, 1891, to join the Carpenters' Union at $2,50 for initiation fee, as the fee will be raised to.$5 on and after that.date. By order of Carpenters' and Joiners' Union No. 744. J. L. KILBOKN, Pres't. SETH WEEDEN, Kec. Sec'y. jan31d2tawlm Malaria. Darby's Prophylactic Fluid is held in wide esteem as a specific and preventive. In it we have the means of rendering the air, and water, wholesome. "Darbys Fluid is a good disenfector and destroyer of miasmatic matter.'-—-J. C. BOOTH, Chemist. U. S. * Mint, Phila:" "It should be used: everywhere impure gases are generated from decomposing matter."—HOLMES STEEL, M. D., Savannah; Ga. to!5 A Real Balsam Is Kemp's Balaam The dictionary says '-A Balsam is a thick, pnre aromatic sobstance | flowing from trees." Kemp's Balsam for the Throat and Lungs is the only cough medicine that is a real balsam. Many thin, watery cough remedies are called balsams, but Such are not. Look through a bottle of JKerap's Balsam and notice what a pure, thick preparation it is. If you cough use Kemp's Balsam. At all druggists'. Large bottles 50c. and f 1. eod The Pulpit and the gtaire. ~—" Rev. F. M. Shrout, Pastor 0nit«d Brethren Church, Blue'Mound, Kan. r says: "I-feel it-my duty to tell what wondersDr. King's New OiscoVeryJ has done for me.' My Lungs WOT*,:, badly diseased, .and my parishionerw^-J thought I could live only a few week*"-'' I took" five bottles of Dr. King's New" Discovery and am 'sound and well, gaining-26-lbs. in weight." Arthur Love, Manager Love's Funny ' Folks Combination, .writes: ' After.,»,'* thorough trial' ancl convincing- evidences, I am confident Dr. New Discovery for Consumption, 'em.all, and cures.: when everything--"else, fails. " The .'greatest kindness I'" can do my many thousand friends la- to urge them to try it. Free trial l»t- ^ ties at B. F. Keeslinja^s - Drug Store/ Regular sizes 5oe.,and,$l.00. to!5 To If cirrous Debilitated »e«. If.jouwUi send us y.our address, we will , you our Illustrated pamphelet explaining ill n>u»r ''^ Dr. Dya's Celebrated Electro-Toltelc Belt Mid Ap- r y pllances, and their charming effects upon, tbe MM TOUS debilitated system, and how.thej- nil) qottir S restore you 'to vigor and manhood. fuipkM ' free, n you are- tMis afflicted, we wlUsendTWi*/jrj belt and appliances on trail' •• . -.--• ••-• YOLTAIOBKL/rdO.. feb7d-wir . Marshall, FARM LANDS At- present valuation will make men rich dnriaf- the year 18DL. Tie.most conservative admit (to truth ot tills assertion. - : - - / • It Isnoiu knownthot the f nest uihtat toad /nttMwrW, and suitable for all small grains and frulta&ndin many instances cotton are "-.-•,-,- • ,<> Jn North and West Texas Te«M farmers have an enormous home marmt i aBwellas- '-•;•'• ...-'" :,-••„ ; Taelae Thousand Mites of Railroad and Octan Oxtltt - tor th'elr. surplus «rop;- Here -'farmers are al>I»»ol workout of .ooora ev : ery flay In the year, &naRtoekj run- on itraes from'-January-'to JanuarT. MfcftT* v farmore In Kansas and In the north-west are selltntr t whatever equity they h&vo In: tnclr rnrme, hujlnit* tbe cheap lands of Texas. And In ni»-Dy lnst»ne«» \ cleartnc the pries oftholandlrom their flrM T**!*^ crops. The latest census shows thatiew farmers tn • Texas-hare their farms mortB»g«U> The Tea» f school {and is the largest of any commonwealth In the world,-RCfzTe£atlnir lo cash and lands some vucty ^ mlllinns of dollars. State taxes arc icn cents omh*. buadreddollars., :-:,..-, ;•;,.,:-', '. We simply a«t:as Agentsin the Sale of Land Consequently Rive the same attention to the inJjr-"j est of tne- buyer or Investor as to the<ojler.^-^r*;^ Dr. S. S. Clark, tbe Dentist, 310 Market street, successor to Dr. E. R. Taylor. _now,lorBa!oBOodagricultural lands tftrectoten- doVars per=acre,accordlne to --.-. These lands wlil double In valuo In Owce rear*. W»' can'invostmoneyln hli;hcrade flrst mortcams lor- non-resldenti tearing 3D -per cent.- Wo do not mu* any charge for commissions.! rom buyers or ]end«» ofmoney. It you want afarmoramortgatreTrrit*' MS. FortWortticityproDertj-aspecIalty. "Womtte ;y permission to tbe First National Bank, the Cltr, N atlonal Bank, the Merchants National Banfc, «11 ofi fort Worth, aud the J'ort WorthChambcr of Commerce. Correspondence Solicited. . THOMAS J. HURLEY, NEGOTIATOR • MUHICIPAL- BONI^S, COMIIEGCIAW PAPBK, MOUTH AOES iNI) KEAI, ESTATE, v Hurley Office Building, Forth Worth, TexM. Pursuant to the brder : ol the Cass Circuit coort y < onMondar.Eebruar.fS3,lS91.~Jtrom2to * o'eJook',. p. m'^Iwlll sell at public autlon.'at not le«» Ul«iL5 tvjo-thlrds ot the appraised value: thereof, lnbulk.<f«| to the highest Mddeftall and'stognlai. the eattw^ stock of merchandise and fixtures aoslgned to by Burton M. McMlUen for the benefit o£ hte ««.'' dltors; said merchandise belnsr » stock of books, albums, writing paper, etc. i , Terms.—One third cash, one-tliltd Jn months, and one-third, In six months; the. i ferred-payments to be aeoured by notes' dran" six per cent interest JFrom date, with app personal security. j The sale will positively take place on abow (tat*.? without .postponement •, WJLLTSK J>

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