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D. PRYOR The Druggist handles the purest drugs which the market produces.— RAILKOAD RUMBLINGS. ItcuiH from (he Note-Book of Our Railway Reporter—Point* Pcr- MOital and Otherwise. PRESCR.IPTIONS A specialty. 516 E. Broaday st. Real Estate. For Sale orTrade In all parts of Logansporl. Residence and Business property. Sole Agents for the '-West End Addition." And Johnson's Biverside 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 103 Norm Clark Street, Ctiicago, <• MlnateK from Court House. Both Plans. Weekly, $3.00. Transient*, 50c up. Hestrturiint by Compagnon.late ChlcagoClub.Chef. POPULAR PRICES. XEW HOUSE. Cut this out for further reference. febHdlm DR. W. D. SNOW, OFFICE and Residence over 201 Sycamore St. fOGANSPORT, - • - IND. Special Attention Given to Acute and Chronic Diseases and Diseases ot Women and Children. Consultation Free. Night Bell Promptly Responded to. . Daily Journal. TUESDAY MORNING FEB. 24. New dress trimmings.—Golden Rule. Beecham's Pills cures sick heaa ache. d6t See the bargain counter at the Trade Palace. Rev. E. S. Scott went to Hammond yesterday. Opalescent and iridesent trimmings, at ths Golden Rule. For rent, several desirable houses^ Apply to C. E Hale. novldtf Misses Mame and Adah Cushman spent Sunday with friends at Shelbyville. See the 42-inch side band dress goods at 50 cents, worth $1, only at Golden Rule. See the fine assortment of new dress goods this week at special low prices, at the Trade Palace. 'Solid silver and "sterling inlaid" spoons and forks, at Ben Martin's. No charges for engraving. M. J. Blighr No. 305 Market street is the sole agent forSchlitz 1 celebrated Milwaukee bottled beer for family use. ian22dlino SHU-OH'S CUKE will ^immediately relieve oroup, whooping cough and bronchitis. Sold by B. F. Kees. ling 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 cough. Shiloh's Cure Is the remedy for you. Sold by B. F Keesling. 2 WHY WILL YOU congh when Shiloh'a 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. Keesliug's (5) Frank 'Williamson has a beautiful bay pony weighing about 500 pounds and 5 years old, that-he wishes to:sell. It is perfectly gentle and can be ridden or driven by any boy or girl. The pony is as kind as a kitten, and will sell cheap. No. 1317 Highstreet. . H M. Winters, the carpenter, , ; has been doing some more tall shooting. In a contest with Bennett of New Waverly,'Bean of Peru, and - Wm. Moore of South Bend, Winters scored 19 out of 20, Moore 10, Bennett, 17 and Beam 16. Winters is ever ready to shoot against any one in this part of the State. Yesterday the superintendents of the Pennsylvania lines -west of Pittsburg- met to confer with General Manager Wood over the demands made by their men. The_entire grievance committee comprising 102 members aad the heads of the several powerful railroad organizations will return early in the week to hear the decision of the railroad superintendents. The latter seems to have already made up their minds to not grant an increase in pay while the men appear willing to waive all other demands if an increase is granted. This morning the railroad officials will confer with the heads of the different organizations and it is now intimated that by Wednesday final action will be taken both bv the Federation and the company. The tilt in the Senate Saturday afternoon was over the Imman liability bill fixing the liability of railroad companies for injuries to employees. The Journal thus describes the proceedings: Senator Magee objected to^this disposition of the measure. He, himself, had presented a bill of similar import early in the session, which had gone to the committee on judiciary, and, up to date, he had failed to get a report on it. The constitutional questions could as well be discussed in open session as in committee, and he objected to placing it in the power of a committee to deal with this bill as it had with his. Senator Burke hotly resented the reflection cast upon his committee, and charged the Senator from Cass with bad f aith to his constituents. Why didn't the Senator from Cass, he asked, say here what he had .said in private that his bill, drawn by some of his" constituents, was unconstitutional, but that the easiest way out of it was to pass it? If he wanted it passed why had not the Senator taken enough interest in it to attend committee meetings and see that it was considered? Senator Magee denied the charge of bad. faith to his constituents. He had looked after his bill and been told that it was in the hands of this Seaator and then in the hands of that one. Later when he found the Inman .bill covered the ground that his did • he had not considered it worth while to look after it further, but that fact did not relieve the judiciary committee from the duty of making a report. The discussion was general and everybody took a turn at everybody else. Senator Hubbell was charged by the Senator from Cass with assisting in smothering this bill which was denounced by the Senator from Elkhart as untrue. Senator Burke is the Democratic chairman of the judiciary committee and he charges the Senator from Cass with bad faith to his railroad- labor constituents. They cannot complain, however as they had ample warning.. A WORK UNSURPASSED. Tile Americanized Encyclopedia IH tlic Best Kdltioii Ever IriMucd. It is a fact that it is now more than fifteen -years since the first volume of the ninth and last edition of the "Encyclopedia Britannica 11 was issued. This original edition is intended for use by Englishmen in England. The '.'Americanized Encyclopedia Britinnica" is the same work revised and amended for use by Americans in America. It is compiled "up to date," and is for sale only by the Journal or its authorized representative. Call at the office and examine the work, or drop us a postal card and our representative will call on you with sample copies. Read the following testimonials: LOGANSPORT, Feb. 19, 1891. I have examined the plan and scope of the "Americanized Encyclopedia Britannica." It has the following advantages over the original: 1. It brings knowledge down to a .ater date from two to fifteen years. 2. It includes the biography of liv- ng persons. 3. Although it condenses and curtails some of the English articles, its articles upon American subjects are fuller, more perfect and complete. 4. Very fine and correct maps of the States are given. 5. Except on subjects touching .special professions, the work is a decided improvement for the general reader. 6. The cost is only about one-fourth of the original. HOKACE P. BlDDLE. LOGAXSPOKT, Ind. Feb. 20, 1891. I have examined with much care the "Americanized Encyclopedia Briti- annica 11 issued by, Bel ford, Clarke & Co., of Chicago, in ten volumes. To the average man this is superior to the original edition in twenty-four volumes. It retains all the substance and omits only the details of the original edition. Having occasion to investigate the subject of Mexico I found all the substantial facts I needed in a half dozen pages. Not the least of its merits are the maps, all of which have the last rail roads and the, new discoveries, .notably those of Africa. In cheapness in price, convenience of reference and fullness and accuracy of facts, the Encyclopedia is just the thing a busy, man needs, either for personal or family use. D. P. BALDWIN. Washington's Birthday Celebrated. The A Grammar department of the High school celebrated Washington's birthday yesterday in a fitting manner and Miss Comingore's room was filled with visitors in the afternoon, a great many turning- out to hear the exercises. The class had decorated the room in a very pretty manner snd the surroundings harmonized with the spirit of the occasion. During the progress of the' exercises Wiley Brown, 'dressed in full colonial style, powdered wig . and all,, and Miss Carrie Talbott arrayed in a marvelous gown of that long departed period, sat on the stage representing George and Martha Washington. The program as heretofore published; 'was carried out to the letter and the occasion was one of much enjoyment, instructive as well as entertaining. Among the visitors was the senior class of the High school. The affair was well planned, and skillfully carried out. c. r,. s. c. Meets Tuesday February 24th. at the home of Rev. Dr. Marsh, Baptist parsonage, Seventh street. Program: Roll Call—Answered by incidents from the life of Byron. Regular lessons—Last two weeks of outline in February Chautauquan, History review will be conducted by teacher. Dr. Marsh. Members will be provided' with pencils and paper to answer questions in writing. Reading—From' Goldsmith, F. H. Whipperman; from Robt. Burns, Mrs. C. P. Wright; from Byron, Mrs. J. E. Parker. LOGANSPORT, Feb. 21, 1S91. I have examined the "Americanized Encyclopedia Britinnica," and. cordially recommend it as a valuable addition to 'any home- library. The' work is complete, condensed, concise, and is "up to date." and at once meets the wants of both the student and the business man. It is cheap and within the reach oE most American homes and is precisely the reference work needed, as nearly all that which was so tediously exhaustive in the Ency- clopenia Britannica on subjects of English geography and history, is condensed to make room for American history, and biographies. E. B. Wliminuc'n J>oublo Bodied Baby Dead Journal readers will remember the wonderful human, monstrosity, a baby with two bodies, born at Wma- mac last summer'and which fairly rivaled the famous Jones twins. The Ft. Wayne Sunday Gazette thus records the last chapter in the life of the wonderful baby. Wisitors to the World's museum for the past two weeks have gazed with wonder upon the double-bodied baby which has been on exhibition. It was a wonderful curiosity and even rivaled the famous Siamese "twins. Since its birth it has attracted the attention of the scientific world. It has two perfectly developed bodies, with one head, and the people who saw it wondered how it could be possible that such a freak could happen, and the child live so long as it did. The baby was born in Winamac, Ind,, June 13, 1890, and was the child of L. C. Hatfield and wife. The parents traveled with it, and already it has been exhibited in many of the principal cities of the United States. From the time of its birth until death, the child seemed to be in good health, though at two times prior to yesterday it had spasms. Not having had a recurrence recently it was thought it was "well over these, but about noon yiSterday, just after'the parents bad brought the child from the boarding house to the museum it was taken with another spasm in which it continued until about 1:30 o'clock p. m., when death came. Shortly after death there was a slight break at the point where the two bodies joined together and about a quart of blood flowed therefrom. The baby had been here just two weeks, and two weeks' engagements had been entered into for Philadelphia, Pa.; Buffalo, N. Y., and. Toronto, Can., but of course these are now canceled. The remains were taken last evening to Rochester, this State, where they will be interred, as the father declares he will not permit any other disposition whatever to be made of them. Racing With Wolves. Many a thrilling tale has been told by travelers of a race with wolves across the frozen steppes of Russia. Sometime only the picked bones of the hapless traveler are found to tell the tale. In our own country thousands are engaged in a life-and-death race against the wolf Consumption. The best weapons with which to fight the foe, is Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. This renowned remedy has cured myraids of cases when all other medicines and doctors had failed. It is" the greatest blood-purifier and restorer of strength known to the world. For all forms of scrofulous affections (and consumption is one of them), it is unequaled as a remedy. N.K.FAIRBANK&CO. CHICAGOJ If M wish to mate dote as white as tfie sun And finish your verfc as sooiJ as begun SANTA CLAUS SOAP is iSefig. fiat Will do it. Ari jp? once oou<jfit it you ney&r will ORANGE BLOSSOM SOME A POSITIVE CURE FOR ALL FEMALE DISEASES. lower part of bowels. Great soreness in region i f ovaries, Bladder difficult? Freauent nr tions, Lpucorrlicea, Constipation of bowels, and with all these symptoms a terrible npr* feeUnR-isexperiencedby.tnopatient. TH.K OltAXGK BLOSSOMTltEAlSlENTw>m7™ these by a thorough, process -of absorption. " « uluv A LOCAL APPLICATION 7 prfo f\ yha!rl ? less ',T ?blo .T 1 , ever3rlad ^ c anuse, herself. Me n LUUHU HI ILIUM IIUH icines taken internally will never relieve the many forms i female weakness. The remedy must be applied to the parts to obtain permanent relief A PLAIN TALK TO LADIES £ EVERY LADY CAN TREAT HERSELF. 0. B. Pila Bemedy. 0. B. Catarrh. Cure. $1.00 FOR DKE MONTH'S TREATMENT. -PJKEPAEE» BY- O. B. Stomach Powde.. O. B. Kidney Ooaec.; J. A. McCILL, M. D., & CO., 2 & 4 PANORAMA PLACE, CHI9AGQ,,tlt.f FOR SALE BY K . F. KEESUSG »nd JOHXSON BROS. FACIAL. BLEMISHES. t tbt l»»t. rtl,»ulwr- e.. wrlnk- Tbo lArgnt «il»UI«hm.i,t In th« w m«nt of thfl ikta nMdiuIp, tcnm*, mal«i, v»rtl Buooi hslr. blrtkmuki. Kotb, frtckln, pimpl ln, rtt nnto, red T.Ui.olIy ikli, .cm, blickendi, b.rb.n' ikh, ran, plltlnp. powd.r mirki. («cl»l <it»[lopment, «lo. ConiuluKon Free, »tofflc« or by . 128-T>»ge Book on nil Skin »"d Scul li.lr l.tUr. Sculp nj li.lr Trraunint lent (>c»Ud) tar lOc. JOHX H. -WOODBtneX, D«m«ioio E lil, 12STF.4«USt.,N.Y. City. feblM*wljr~ Woodbury's Facial Soap^ For the Skin and gulp.' Prop»red bj »Derm&tologut with tt TMIK^ eiperience. .Highly indorsed by th« " cal profeasion; uneqnaled &s A- 'eczema, acaldhead, oilrnlQD, pl worms, ugly complexion, etc. India] able as a toilot article, and a •are prw.-. ive of all diseases of the akin and'.acalp- AtDrugglBts or by mail. Price 8Oo£- OH/CHESTER'S ENBUSH, RED CROSS DIAMOND BRAND V '..THEOHIOJhALAND.GENOlHi:. The only S«fc, 8«re, Md rduill. pm for „]«, Lxllen, uk Dnigcint for CMOiaScr'M SngUik Dismont Brand In Ked «id boits WElodwIthbloerlVbpn. Tttkelio other klad, B*fwt BitbiUtuXo* 4«. In ~Co LOGANSPORT, Feb. 23, 1891 I have examined a volume of the "Americanized Encyclopedia Britannica," and consider it a valuable work for reference. Something of this kind- should be in the library of every student. H. A. SEARIGHT, Sup't, Cass County Schools. Men who advertise and need a new idea now and then, or who have not always the time or inclination to prepare their advertisements, will find a valuable assistant 'in' the novel book of •'Ideas for Advertisers 1 ' just published by D. T. Mallett, New Haven, Conn., and sent on . receipt of $1, post-paid. He also publishes a tasty pamphlet called '-When," (price 25 cents) a treasury of good advice to business men. Descriptive circulars of both these new books can be obtained upon request to the publisher. How to Uelcct" Counterfeits. In examining the most skillfully made counterfeit notes there is but one defect found in them, and that is in their size. Counterfeit bills are necessarily a.little smaller than the genuine." Government plates, which it is impossible to steal, are somewhat larger than the bills made therefrom, on account of allowing for the shrinkage of the paper. In making counterfeit money a new note is pasted on a polished steel plate and transfer paper is placed over it The work is then traced with a.fine pencil and afterward marked through on the steel plate with.a.sharp engraver. The plate thus made is, of course, just the size of the note, and the bills made from it when dampened shrink, making them somewhat smaller than genuine currency,— N. Y. Ledger Beware of Ointment.* for Catarrh that Contain Mercury, as mercury w'll surely destroy the sense of smell and completely derange tne whole system when entering It through the mucous surfaces. Such articles should never be used except on prescriptions from reputable physicians, as the damage they will do Is ten lold to the good you can possibly derive Iroin them. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured b; F. O.Cheney <t 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 taken Internally, arid made la Toledo, Ohio; by F. J. Cheney & Co. '' £S?~3old by Druggists, price 75c. ner bottle. Prophylactic In Sickness. "Typhoid Fever has broken out here again, but wherever Darbys Prophylactic Fluid has been freely used there has been no fever." — M. B. LANCASTER, P. M., Ed. Central Alabamian. "The Fluid la not merely a deodorizer,- but a. disinfectant — a destroyer of the disease germs in an atmosphere which cannot be' breathed without danger, "—NEW YORK EOENETO- POST, tol Where Wives Are Stolen. The Abg-hasians. a mountain tribe of Caucasia, follow the >very primitive custom of stealing wives for themselves. If- a young man kidnaps a girl lie likes, he makes her his wife whether she is agreeable to the match or not. This gives rise to frequent fights 'between the families of the tribe,-which never end without human sacrifices. But if the .kidnapped girl likes the man who has taken her, she acts as the Sabinian women in ancient Rome did. When her family declare war against her groom, she runs to meet them and to appease them, and if they don't listen to her entreaties she joins her husband in lighting against her own kin.—Chicago Herald. For Sale The undersigned offer the following- pieces of property for sale at low rates and upon liberal terms: House and lot on Smead street, between-16th and 17th streets. Lot 4H by 165. Large mill property at Adamsboro, comprising mill, residence and two tenement houses, and th.irty-fl.ve acres. Buhr flouring mill, known as Spring Creek mill, in Clay township, Smiles northeast of the city, comprising mill, building and machinery in good running order: residence and thirteen acres. . Eighty acres pasture land, with never failing stream of living water running through it, in Riehland township; Fulton county. Well fenced. One hundred and twenty acres improved farm land land, in Richland township, Fulton county. Eighty acres improved farm land in Tippecanoe township, Pulaski county. Or I will trade any and all these pieces for Chicago improved real estate. Call on or-address Fred W. Munson, Logansport, Indiana. feb22d*wlm 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 Ghard 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. Pronounced Hopeleiig, Tet 8«.T«d.| From a letter written by Mrs. E. Hurd of Croton, S. D., we quot "Was taken, with a bad cold, > % whiol settled on my Lungs, cough set ia, finally terminated in Consumption Four doctors gave me up saying 1 could live but a short time. I myself up to my." Saviour, determine if I could not stay with my friends, o earth, I would.ineet,.my absent - one above. My husband was advised get Dr. King's New' Discovery fo Consumption, Coughs and Colds: ^ gave it a trial, took in all eight ties; it has cured me ; and thank> I am now a well and rhearty woman.' Trial bottles free at B. F. Drug Store, regular size 50c $1.00. . to22, Something New in' Corn—Wew ftried Corn ITfe&l. This process retains all the swe and nutriments of the corn. It ia thi process that has given Kentucky Virginia its great reputation for cor meal. To be had at the leading ceries: We are also manufacturing pure whole wheat flour. This is ali on sale at.all :the leading groceriesiSlf one-eighth barrel packages. 'There.: more nutrition in this flour than? any other made. We are now pr pared to grind corn for feed in an] quantities declld&wtf D. & C. H. UBZ,. Handsome designs in gold and gold filled watches; best selected stock in city.—Ben Martin, 310 Fourth street. GUESS HE COULD. — It is said that if an ordinary man was muscled like a flea he could throw a tramp two miles. People who use Dr. White's Dandelion do not become. strong as Samson .nor quite as -old as ; Methuselah, hut this •great medicine has performed many wonderful cures, and brought joy and sunshine to many a home. Sold •' by B. F. Keesling and D. E. Pryor: tol A Penny Sayed IK Twopence Earned. A little SOZODONT, used right along every day, coat but little trouble and is pleasant always. :It saves' years of suffering from diseased gums and teeth in later days. Its use is economical of time and comfort. Use SOZO- DONT. tol A Wonderful Transformation. It is on record in medical literature that in the year 1581 a poor old man, residing in Tarentum, near Naples, was the subject of a marvelous change when at the age of .nearly 90 years. His skin pealed off and a new and a-soft skin supplied its place; his muscles again became strong and plump; the wrinkles disappeared from his face, and the white hairs from his head; black, curly hair grew on his head again, and his complexion became fresh and youthful. Sixty years later he again became decrepid with a second old age, and died after passing his 160th year.—St. Louis Republic. —A Reason.—"Why do you call these cigars Flora Debutante?" "Because they cost like the mischief 'and are all the time going out," said pater familias, ruefully.—JS T ..Y. Sun. —Paint spots may be removed from wood by. covering them with .a thick coating of Jime and soda. Wash «ff. after twenty-four hours. l>o Icon 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 DIptlieria. Mothers, this dread disease is so prevalent now that you can not afford to. risk your little ones to. its ravages when a bottle of Pine-apple Syrup ia the housB would prevent a severe case of it. For sale at J. T. Coulson's. Sample bottles free. tol " For Rent, the 2d floor of No. 312 Market street. Apply to FLANEGAN & CRISMOJTD. feb22dtf A Real BalMim ID Kcmp'g Bal»»ni The dictionary says "A Balsam i a thick, pnre, aromatic sobstanoe^ flowing from trees. 1 ' Kemp's Bals for-the Throat and Lungs is the on cough medicine that is a real balsam:! Many thin, watery cough remedies'a called balsams,,, but such are, Look through a bottle of Kemp Bals'am and notice what a pure; t preparation it is. If you cough us Kemp's Balsam. At all druggists^ Large bottles 50c. and $1. eod -Tj - Bradneld'K JVemale ftogujator should be used by the young she who suffers from' any disorde peculiar to her sex, and at change o't life is a powerful tonic; benefits. who use it. Write the Bradfield Regu| lator Co., Atlanta, Ga. for particulars;^ Sold by Ben. Fisher & Co. to22 t - To Nerrous Debilitated Men. • It you will send us your address, tre will" you our illustrated pampholet explaining alii Dr. Dye's Celebrated Electro-Voltaic Belt and.j pllunces. and their charming effects upon the i vous debilitated system, aud how they restore you to vigor and manhood. tree. If you are thus afflicted, we will send you i belt and appliances on trail feb7d-wly

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