D. PRYOR The Druggist handles the purest drugs which the market produces.— PRESCRIPTIONS N A specialty. 516 E. Bpoaday st. Real Estate. For Sale orTrade la 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 lOSNortn Clark Street, Cfiicago, I minutes from Court House. Both Flans. Weekly, $3.00. Transients, oOc up. Bestaurant by Compagnon.late olilcagoClub.Chel POPCLAR PRICES. XEff HOUSE. Cut this out for lurther reference. febMdlm DR. W. D. SNOW, OFFICE and Residence over 201 Sycamore St. LOGANSPORT, • • • IND. Special Attention Given to Acute and 'Chronic Diseases and Diseases of T7omen and Children. Consultation Free. Night Bell Promptly Kesponded to. Daily Journal. SUNDAY MORNING. FEB. 15. Beecham's Pills cures sick head ache. - d6t For rent, several desirable houses Apply to C. E Hale. nov4dtf You will save from $3 to $5 by .reading Harry Frank's new advertisement. d&w M. J. Bligh, No. 305 Market street is the sole agent.forSchlitz' celebrated Milwaukee bottled beer for family use. . jan22d!mo SHILOH'S CURE will [immediately relieve croup, whooping cough and bronchitis. Sold by B. F. Kees. THAT HACKING COUGH can ba so quickly cured-by Shiloh's Cure. We guarantee it. Sold by B. F. Keesling 1 SLEEPLESS NIGHTS made miserable by that terrible cough. Shiloh's Cure Is the remedy for you. Sold by B. F Keesling. 2 Read the greatest cut on suits and overcoats, then go to Harry Frank and unroll yourself in one of them and save $3 to $5. d&w WHY WILL YOU cough when Sbiloh's Cure will give immediate relief? Price 10 cents, 50 cents and $1. Sold by B. F. Keesling. 7 Short breath, palpitation, pain in chest, weak or faint spells, etc., cured by Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure. Sold at B. F. Keesling's (5) An excellent stereoptican entertainment at Market Street M. E. Church, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday evenings this week. febl6d2t Distribution of presents of $125 takes place next Friday afternoon at Harry Frank's. All interested parties are requested to be present. Fits, spasms, St. Vitus -dance] nervousness" and hysteria are soon cured by Dr. Miles' Nervine. Free samples at B. F. Keesling's (4) Harry Frank received from his son Harry, Jr., illustrated accounts of Mardi Cras procession at New Orleans, which are ou exhibition at his show windows on Fourth street. On Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, February 16, 17 and 18, there will be an. entertainment in the Market Street M. E. Church, consisting of stereoptican views. Views of the War of the Revolution, War of 1812 and '14, of the War of the Rebellion, ar,d of Stanley in Darkest Africa. Admission, season tickets, SO cents; adult single ticket, 15 cents; children, 10 cents. ' feblod2t •Bewfcro of t]ic.Crcamery.;SwlBajcr. The little neighboring town of Hoover has been made the victim of the pretensions of a slick rascal who may have it in his mind to work other towns in this region. The Rochester Republican tells the story of his operations as follows: The quiet little village of Grant, lommonly known as Hoover's Station, is not now occupying a back seat in the way of sensations. Some weeks ago a dapper-looking gentleman, possessing^ superabundance of business activity and loquacious acquirements, stepped off the cars at that place, and after carefully surveying the surroundings unbosemed himself to the effect that he was a man of considerable experience, wealth and personal capabilities, and if he could have the general concurrence ot the good people of that town and itnmed iate vicinity he would establish in their inidst a creamery that would be a credit to the place and thereby enhance the value of town property and adjacent farm, lands and afford employment to a number ef individuals at a very satisfactory remuneration for their services. His observations and delineations led the interested denizens to conclude that he had a sufficient sum of money on deposit in the Rochester Bank to accomplish the end desired, and the stranger contracted for the purchase of suitable grounds and vast amount of lumber for the construction of the buildings. To accomplish all this essential preparations for such agigan- tic enterprise required about two week's time, and every man, woman and child gave it words of encouragement, and not a few remembered the blessed man in their prayers, thanking the giver of all good for the gracious favor about to be bestowed and petitioning the throne of grace for a perpetuation of the blessing. The village of Grant was about to rise Phenix-like, from a condition of comparative ob scurity to industrial proportions that would successfully vie with the county seat. But alas! The author and manipulator of this ponderous enterprise came to Rochester, obstensibly to pull his money out of the bank, preparatory to paying for the grounds and material purchased, but he vanished. He became invisible to the eyes of the denizens of Grant, and the only thing left to commemorate his memory is a well developed board bill due Mr. John Y. Heeter. When ToiiiJHalre Worked Lafayette Call: The workmen engaged in overhauling the old Bee Hive store room, preparatory to its occupancy by the American Express Com- panp, this morning ran across a pieo« of 'white walnut board among the rubbish in the cellar, on which was inscribed the following, written with a lead pencil, but as plain to day, after nineteen years, as the day it was written: "William H. Free, Thomas Haire, Logansport,Ind., Frank Bishop, Charleston, 111., Geo. Ulrich, city, Thomas Warwick, city, Tom Florer, city. These are at present in the employ of Warwick & Florer. This new show case was put in by John Allen, in A. D. May 10. 1872. Please remember us all in your prayers when we all will be gone. Business is dull this spring; all men are idle at present." A Liar Nailed. Wabash Plain Dealer: The conscienceless liar who put in circulation the story that our supply of natural gas had failed, and that the Diamond Paper Mill was obliged to shut down on account of the lack of fuel, is a scurvy individual, who once resided here, but is now said to be engaged in ' 'business" at Marion. While living in Wabash he earned the reputation of being a contemptible little .puppy who could not, under any circumstances, tell the truth. He left Wabasb for the city's good, and the people of Marion, who are absorbing and giving currency to the falsehoods uttered by the dirty little dog, have the' sym pathy of the Plain Dealer in the affliction of his putriescent presence. Our dear little daughter was terribly sick, Her bowels were bloated as hard as a brick, s We feared she would die Till we happened to try Pierce's Pellets—they cured her, re- remarkably quick. ; Never be without Piece'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, ^^^^^ TI>e "Ittotlier'i« 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. ' tola Potttpon cd Until A ftcr JLcht. The following correspondence fully explains itself: To the Lady-Directors ol Free Bejidlng Room. Kind Ladies: In consideration of the fact that a large number of Lenten ob- servers'of the religious body of our jommunity having at heart the success and welfare of the Free Reading Room and know that owing to religious rules they would be prevented from attending the public entertainment to be given the first week in March in aid of the Free Reading Room, I, in their behalf would most respectfully ask you to postpone said entertainment until Easter week, which would begin March 30th. If this arrangement could possibly be made it would please very many of your friends and would afford us a. better opportunity of showing you materially and substantially our best of good will. Yours very respectfully, M. E. CAMPION. LOGANSPORT, Feb. 16. 01. Father Campion: In behalf of the lady managers of the Free Reading Room, I am authorized to say that your request as set forth in the above was deemed worthy of favorable consideration, and steps were accordingly taken toward the postponement of the opera "Chimes of Normandy" until April 3d and 4th, instead of the former date as previously announced. The Association herewith extend most grateful thanks for your very kind expression of earnest regard for the welfare of the Free Reading Room. 'Very Respectfully, CHAIRMAN, Advertising Com. Farmers Into line. Another lodge of the F. M. B. A. organized Saturday evening the 14th by general organizer B. F. Street with the following officers and charter members at the Center school house in Noble township. Pres.—S. J. Carney. VicePres.—R. M. McMillen. Sec'y.—J. M. Tarn. Treas.—C. W. Ide. Chaplain—H. P. Gotshall. Sentinel—Simon Ferlow. S. A. Moss, A. M. Roop. James Homey, F. T. Myers, H. S. Myers, Richard Hartly, W. W.. Moss, Frank Hardy. David Hecarel, J. H. Moss. They Came to Crrlef. • The Reeves Operatic Burlesque party, which recently gave a ragged travesty on ' 'Faust" iu this city, after making a dozen or more towns in Indiana, came to grief after the performance at Goshen Saturday night. The ghost had failed to walk with the desired regularity for over a month, and the members declined to go any further until salaries were forthcoming. The beautiful burlesquers are now trudging homeward via. the shortest railway route. Rumor Dented. The report on the street for the past week that th£ late employes of J. E. Sutton, who by being laid off on account of the office going into the union, were in destitute circumstances is denied by the following: I wish to state to the public that we have not applied to any society or any person for aid since Sutton laid us off. and any report to that effect is hereby denied, All we ask is work. DAISY DOUGLASS. Beware of Ointments for Catarrh." that Contain Mercury, as mercury will surely destroy the sense o£ smell and completely derange the whole system when entering it through the mucous surfaces. Such articles should never be used except on prescriptions Itom reputable physicians, as the damage they will do Is ten Jold to the .good you can possibly derlte from them. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. 0. Cheney 4 Co., Toledo, 0. contains no mercury, and is taken Internally, and acts directly upon the system. In buying Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genuine. It is-takea.lnternally, and made in Toledo, Ohio, byF. J. Cheney*Co. 53*-Sold by Druggists, price 75c. per bottle. 1>0 You CoiigJi? 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 eflect after taking the first dose. Large bottles 50c. and $1. eod Two OF A KIND.—A mule will follow a load of hay all day, but be 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, sueb as Dr. White's Dandelion Alterative/ It cures indigestion, biliouuess and liver and kidney troubles, purifies the blood and brings back the-vigor of youth. For sale by B. F: Keesling and D. E. Pryor. tola I Am Crazed TVltli Toothache and serves you Bright for having neglected to use SOZODONT. Had you done so 'your mouth have been healthy a.nd your teeth sound. ' Get the "snag' pulled out and commence at once using SOZODONT,- thereby preserving the balance of your teeth. - to!5 Wanted, at Once. Four salesmen, light work. Big pay and steady employment. Inquire at North Street House, No. -519 North street, fromll':30 to 2, and 5 to 9 p. m. feblOdeodSt • Read every word .of it, it will do you'good, Harry Frank's new advertisement this morning, d&w "TWO POULTRY HOUSES. Both Are Serviceable imd Can Be Put Up at a Small Expense. We have endeavored to give a great many designs of poultry houses, and in this issue give two by way of comparison, ft is not possible to present a design that would be acceptable to all; hence each reader must compare the •whole, and select the one most suitable lor'his purpose, considering tlie cost. Pig. 1 shows a house in which the roof and sides are combined. It may be 16 feet square. 9 feet at the peak, with a board at the bottom 1 foot high; or it may be of any size desired. The cost for material is about $15, the floor being of earth. ' It is not so convenient for one entering- it as is the house shown at Fig. 2; but this house gives more room on the ground, at less cost. Windows FIG. 1.— POULTRY-HOUSE. should be at both ends, and the roosts may be shart, so as not to interfere with ingress and egress of the attendant. Fig. 2 shows a double house. This house is 10x10 feet, divided into two apartments, each 8x10 feet, and will cost about $15. Each apartment will FIff. 2.—DOUBLE POULTRY HOUSE. accommodate about ten or twelve fowls, and one ventilator (A) will answer for both. There are two entrances to and from the interior, one at each end (B) and a wire or lath partition, with a door in the partition, separate the two flocks. This house, like the other, gives plenty of room oil the ground, and is more convenient in some respects; but both are good and cheap. —Farm and Fireside. HEALTHY POULTRY. There Is Nothing Fowls Enjoy More Than Bright Sunshine. Above every other point, our efforts should be to have our poultry healthy and to keep them so, but to do this requires a great deal of foresight and care on the part of the owner. There is nothing- that more enjoys the warm sun than the poultry, and its effects upon them is very beneficial While on the other hand, if they axe exposed to the hot sun and have no place to retreat to, to get out of it into the. shadS, disease and loss are sure to follow; not temporary disease or loss, but a permanent loss. Just so long as you keep a lot of poultry that has once been so exposed y s ou are laboring under difficulties from the fact that such will never give as good satisfaction and are much more liable to be attacked by disease than poultry that haye been properly cared for. The same rule willholdgood with poultry that have once been stunted by improper or insufficient feeding-; they will never come up to the high water mark. No matter what treatment they receive, they have been injured, and will never fully recover therefrom, -so that if we wish to have good, healthy, strong and paying poultry, we should concentrate our every effort in keeping them from being injured or broken down before their time of usefulness arrives. If a fruit tree gets injured the loss to the tree is not much, but when we go to gather in the fruit is the time that tells the story. First of all, good, sound, healthy stock, then with proper care and foresight, when egg- harvest time arrives we will not be disappointed, but we may expect to be rewarded for our care and trouble. The successful poultryman must appoint himself general in command, and look all around, or the enemy may get in on his rear or flanks. Mistakes and regrets won't bring back the coop of young chickens that were left out at night and were all carried off by the rats or skunks.—F. D. Roth, in Practical Farmer; AGRICULTURAL DOTS. ASPHALT paper, which costs $1.20 per '500 square feet, is considered good in the construction of silos. FABMEBS who know how to produce at a relatively low cost are always at the head of the procession. FOE g-eneral farm crops horse manure mixed with that from cows is better than horse manure alone. TAKE good care of your cows, bivt do not let your boy feel that you care for or have more interest in them than in him. AS'JiTignsn professor says, according to the New England Farmer, that if milk could be drawn directly from the cow. into a chemically clean bottle and hermetically sealed it could be kept sweet for almost an indefinite period. He had kept a sample 'for three years after it had been drawn .from thercow, when it differed very little from ordinary fresh milk. IT should be remembered by all dairymen that one of the best remedies for garget in cows is bathing the inflamed udder with lukewarm water, says the Maine Farmer, And don't be afraid of putting soma titns into the work. A mere washing- is not euoug-h. Bathe and rub till the inflammation is scattered. Very few cases ever occur but will readily yield to this r,'—->le treatment. O faJr it tye b*i?k Wbere th : a/e% blo^o But Dottier MIR-BANK, ; in f&Vor Beate the > ' | . I t bofy t SAKTACLAUSSOAp ONLYBY NJtFAIRBANK&CO. ORANGE BLOSSOM , A POSITIVE CURE FOR ALL FEMALE DISEASES. SOME SYMPTOMS \^^-^^^^--^-^^^^^^^^^^^^^ tre, angu eng, pr , . rentcause. Indigestion, headache, pains in tlio back, pains across the soreness in region '.t ovaries, Bladder difficulty, Frequent urlna- these by a thorough process of absorption. lower wels. *nni mSTinU Perfectly harmless, which every ladyeanuse, herself. Med- A£rUJJ/yUJjl icines taken internally mil never relieve the many forms Of female weakness." The remedy, roust be applied to the parts to obtain permanent relief. A m nil T»llf Tfi I I niCt in our circular. Ask your druggist for one or send two (LAIN IAL.lv III LAUlLOoentstamptohogieofficeforsamplebovandcircular. EVERY LADY CAN TREAT HERSELF. $1.00 FOR ONE MONTHS TREATMENT. O.B. Stomach Powdar^ -piiEl'AJEED BY— . 0. B. Kidney.Cone*. 0. B. File Bemedy. ° J B .' A. ta Mc°cTLL, M. D'.,TCO~72 *"* PANORAMA PLACE, CHISAGO, ILL. FOR SALE BYjj. f , K.EESUXG and JOIIXSON BROS. feblOdcUU FACIAL BLEMISHES. The l»r K «it eiUhliihin«nl in the world for lilt treatment of thu *ldn R»dic»Ip,»c»ia»,iiioloi,waru,Uiticr- fluoui hair.birthmark*,moth,frtcklct,plwiilM.wrlnk. ]«», red nose, r<!d T<tm, oily ikfn. »cne, blackheads, bcrberi' itch. sours, pitting!, powdar m»rki, [ncial development, etc. Conitllt*tlon Fr«, ttt office or by Inter. 128-p^o Book on »il Skin anil Scalp Alf«- tlom and '.n«lr Treatment wot (tcaUd) tor We. JOHN H. WOODBUJIY, IhruM.lor.lit, 123 W. 4SU St.,N.Y. City Woodbury's Facial Soap For the Skin and Sculp. ['Prepared by » DermatoJogiBtTOtl I'exparience. Highly indoraed by the medi- cul profession ; tinequnled u «, remedy tor leozema, scaldhead, oily slon, pimples, Bwh worms, ucly complexion, etc* iDttisjwnj- able as a toilet irticle. and a sure preM«- ivo of all diseases of the «kin and scalp..-, At Druggists Of by mail, Prlcft (We. W J. HUGHES & SONS CO. DOORS, SASH, BLINDS,, LUMBER N. W. Cor. FourteentSIand Maple Sts. r ^ LOUSVILLE, KY. Mention this paper. DR. J. MILLER & SONS—Gents: I .can speak in the highest praise, of your Vegetable Expectorant. I was told by my physician that; I should never be better: my case was very alarming. I had a'rjha-rd 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 now think my lungs are sound.—Mrs. A. E Turner. dec7d&w6m Randolph, Mass. Something Now in Corn—Sew Kiln Dried Corn Meal. This process retains all the sweets and nutriments of the eorn. It is this process that has gi^en Kentucky and Virginia its great reputation for corn meal. To he bad at the leading gro-- ceries. 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 prepared to grind corn for feed in any quantities declld&wtf D. & C. H. USL. irlalnrin. Darbys 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. tolo A Heal Balaam 1» Kemp's Balsam 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 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 fl. eod - irhe Pulpit an* the Stage. Rev. F. M: Shrout, Pastor -United " ' Brethren Church, BlueJ Mound, Kan. r says:. "Ifeei.it my : duty to tell what wonders Dr. King's New DiscoTery r 4| has done for .me. My Lungs ( Were ~ •badly diseased, and my parishioners < thought I could live Only a few weeltB.'" I took five bottles of Dr. King's New " Discovery and am . sound and well," gaining 26 Ibs. in weight." Arthur Love, Manager Love's Funny Folks Combination, writes- ' After a thorough trial and convincing- evidences, I am; confident Dr. King's New Disco very for Consumption, beats 'em all, and cures when everything: else fails. The greatest kindness I can do my many thousand friends is to urge them to try it. Free trial bot- > ties at B. F. Keesling t, Drug Store. Regular sizes 5oc. and $1.00. to!5 For Sale. ' 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, McMiLLEisr, W. S. STEWART,-, Executors. febld4tltaw To Nervous Debilitated Men. It you will send us your address, we will i«»U, you our illustrated pamphelot explaining aUalxWt ' Dr. Dye's Celebrated Electro-Voltaic Belt and Appliances, and their charming effects upon the nee- _ TOUS debilitated system, and how thej^JU quickly restore you to vigor and manhood. PawpbJet tree. II you are thus afflicted, we will send yon a belt and appliance, on tr fet>7d-wly . Marshall. Mich. Trustee 7 * Public Sale. Pursuant to the order of the Cass Circuit court ' jtrursUiitiii LU i.uc ULUCI u* mo ^u**v ^m,«.« .«—— onMonday.-Eebruary23,1831,troni2to 4 o'clock . p. m., I will sell at public autlon, at not less than... two-thirds of tie appraised value thereof, to ingt^ to tbe highest Bidder, all and singular, the entire • stock o! merchandise and flxturet assigned to m* N by Burton M. Mclfflien .for the Oeneflt of Ills creditors; said merchandise being a general stock ot books, albums,, writing paper, pictures,^ 6 Terms.—One tWrd cash, one third, In three f months, and one-third In six months, the deferred payments-to be secured b> notes drawlnc sk per cent Interest Horn date, with approred ^hTs'alefwLll positively take place on above dato without postponement. feblSditeod WALTSE J. CHL , Trustee.
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