D. B. PRYOR The Druggist handles the purest drugs which the market produces.— PRESCRIPTIONS A specialty. 516 E. Broaday st. SUGAR. FINE PAPER HANGINGS INTERIOR CURATORS. FRESCOING CHURCHES,' .M RESIDENCES, »C. We invite visitors to call and inspect, Correspondence solicited. W. P. NELSON & GO,, 193 WABASH AVE.. CHICAGO, ILL. Real Estate For Sale orTrade la all parts of Logansport. Residence and Business'property. 75ole Agents for the "West End Addition." And Johnson's Riverside Addition. Yacant Lots,-on Monthly Payments. Kargains in lands close to city. E. N. Talbott & Son, Real Estate Broker, St. Elmo Bloek. Broadway How the Price Will »>« Allci-ted In (lie I\.-xt Sixty Buy*. April 1, sugar is placed on the free list by the provisions of the McKmley bill. This change alone will be worth millions of dollars annually to the peoplo'of Indiana for sugar has never been manufactured in large enough quantities in this country to supply the demand and consequently the duty upon it.has increased the price. It is'a well known fact that. the tariff is a tax when applied for revenue only and placed upon those things we can not ourselves produce. Competition , is out of the question on sugar, coffee and such articles though there is a prospect of the 'beet sugar industry becoming a success. A Journal representative talked . with Mr. J. T. Elliott of the wholesale house of Elliott, Shroyer & Co. yesterday on the subject of a reduction in the price. ' Mr. Elliott said. -It will - be impossible at this time to state the fluctuations for sixty or ninety flays after the duty is removed. Many things will affect the price, but eventually it will be in the neighborhood of two cents a pound lower. In the first place jobbers must have enough sugar on hand during March to prevent a sugar famine.They must fill orders up to the last day of March and will naturally have some sugar left over, and will try to maintain prices until they get rid of it and get in sugar free of duty which they can afford to sell lower. Every wholesale and retail house in the country will reduce stock to the lowest possible notch toward the last of March, and probably some retailers rather than to be caught with a surplus on hand will sell clear out and tell their customers that they are'expecting some in every minute but are just out. Then will come the rushing demand for sugar at the new price, and as there are not cars enough or perhaps sugar enough to supply the immense demand, prices Grand Palace Hotel. 81 to 103 Nortn Clark Street, CWcago, 4 minutes from Court House. Both Plan*. WoealT, J3.00. Tmnsicnts, 50e'up. Xttitmuant by Compagnon.late ChlcagoClub.Ctief. POrULAB PRICES. SEW HOtSK. Cot this ous for lurther "ref.erence. Iebt4dlm DR. W. D. SNOW, OFFICE »nd Residence over 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. will naturally be high. For Sul« 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 thirty-five acres. Buhr flouring mill, known as Spring Creek mill, in Clay township, 6 miles northeast of the city, comprising mill, building and machinery in good running ordo.r; residence and thirteen acres. Eighty acres pasture land, with never failing stream of living water running through it, in Richland town ship, 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, Indian;!. MONEY TO LOAN! tad Notes Bought In any sum over |25 at lowest rates. Large amounts 6 per cent. GEO. B. FORGY. declSdiwOm Daily Journal. FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 6 Beecham's Pills cures sick head ache. d6t See the new dress trimmings at the Trade Palace. [a spring jackets we show the extreme styles.— Sohmitt & Heffley. Stop at the Bazaar and get a handsomely decorated cuspidore for 25c. The celebrated jersey ribbed fast black hose—3 pair for 25 cents at the Golden Rule. Ladies, Otto Kraus sells a dandy Oxford tie shoe for 75 cents; also, daises in men's and children's. Xew stock of the celebrated fast black jersey ribbed hose; three pair for 25 cents.—Golden Rule. THAT HACKING COUGH can be so quickly cured by Shiloh's Cure. We guarantee it. Sold .by B. F. Kees- Hng l 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 cough when Shiloh's Cure will give immediate relief? Price 10 cents, 50 cents and $1. Sold by B. F. Keesling. 7 Yes. • 'Blush of Roses" looks like water. Is it water? Ask B. F. Kees- 1 ing, he can toll you more about it than another druggist in Logansport. 9— The ladies of the First Presbyterian Church will give an ice cream and cake festival Friday evening, March (ith. Refreshments served from 7 until 10 o'clock. mchodSt The first floor, or ground floor of " any shoe store in Logan, rents from six to eight hundred dollars .per year. The second floor rents for $100 .per year. That's why! OttoKraus v prices «re cheaper than competition. Right on top of this agitation comes the canning season when sugar usually goes up several notches on account of the immense demand. No on3 can tell the exact effect of these conditions for ninety days after April 1st. My impression is that sugar will be a cent a pound lower, however, in a week or two alter April 1st, but that the full decrease will not come until after the canning season. Deutli of Jolmailiaii I'iUiuan. Mr. Johnathan Pittman, one of the oldest and most respected citizens of Logansport, died at his home 231 west Market street yesterday morning at 3:30 o'clock, the results of an attack of fever some weeks ago, which left Mm so enfeebled that he could not recover. The deceased was born near Dayton, Hamilton county. O.. March 10, 1S15, and is consequently nearly 76 years of age. In 1837 he removed to this state, locating near Frankfort, and on June' 21 of the following year was married to JaneFerrier. In the spring of 1865 Mr.Pittman came to Logansport where he worked as a builder until seventeen years ago when he was injured by the premature discharge of a blast so badly that he was compelled to retire from active life, one of his legs being paralyzed. His wife and eight children, two sons—Will S. and George C., of this city—and six daughters, Mrs. Louis Ray, Mrs. J. C. Hayworth, Mrs. E. T. Faust, of this city; Mrs. Rice, of Clinton township, and Mrs. Larimore and Mrs. Coh.ee, of Carroll county, survive him. The funeral will be held from his late residence Saturday morning at 9 o'clock, services conducted by Rev. J. R. Lamb, of the Cumberland Presbyterian church, of which the deceased was for many years a member. Uncovered $407,000 Buck Taxes. A sensational special to the Indianapolis Journal from Fort Wayne says: John G. Lehr, a tax detective, has made another startling disclosure, the defendant in this case being Judge James Cheney, of this city. Mr. Lehr has discovered unreported mortgages held by the Judge, on which the back taxes amount to $407,000. There are shown to be mortgages on churches, theatres, business blocks and railroad stocks. Judge Cheney is. reported to be worth over $14,000,000. Mr. Cheney claims tjhis residence in New York, and that he is not liable for taxes in this State on his personal property. M0W«Tlii«: We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward /or ;iny case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by taking Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHENEY & Co., Props., Toledo, 0, We, the undersigned, have Known F. J. Cheney for thbJast 15 years, and believe him perfectly honorable In all buelness transactions and financially able to carry out anr .obligation made by their flnn. . . . WEST & .TKUAX, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, 0.;WAI.DIKG,KINNAKi MAHVIN, Wholesale Druggists,-Toledo 0. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces ol tha system. Price 75c. per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. lluppv Vim. Timraons, postmaster of Jdu- ville. Incl., writes: "Electric Bitteis has done nore for me than all other medicines combined, for that bud feeling arising from kidney and liver trouble." John Leslie, farmer and stockman, of same place, says: --Find Electric Bitters to be the best kidney and liver medicine, made me feel like a new man." J. W. Gardner, hardware merchant, same town, says: "Electric Bitters is just the'thing for a man who is all run down and don't care whether he lives or dies; he found new strength, good appetite and felt just like he had a new lease on life. Only 50 cents a bottle, at B. F. Kcesling's drug store. - Soi»ietliiiia- >'cw In Corn—STew Kiln Dried Corn Meal. This process retains all the sweets and nutriments of the corn. It is this process that has given Kentucky and Virginia its great reputation for corn meal. To be had at the leading groceries. 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 Horn- than in any other made. We are now prepared to grind corn for feed in any quantities declld&wtf D. & C. H. Ui«~ Through Sleeper* to Kansas City '"I" \VabaNli Line. Commencing February 18th, the Wabash line will run through Pullman and Wagner palace sleeping cars between Logansport and Kansas City with two elegant reclining chair cars (seats free) already on this train. The "Cannon Ball" passing Logansport 3:45 p. m., arriving at Union depot, Kansas City.'the following morning at 9:20, makes it the most desirable and fastest in the ter>-itory. 21tolO We have tested its virtues, personally, and know that for dyspepsia, biliousness and throbbing headache, it is the best medicine the world ever -saw. We tried forty other remedies before Simmons Liver Regulator, but none of them gave us more than temporary relief; the Regulator not only relieved but cured us.—H. H. Jones, Ed. Telegraph and Messenger, Macon. Ga. toS Dr. Koch, with the assistance of the German government, may have discovered a lymph that will cure con- jiimption, but how much better it would be to prevent it by .the timely use of Pine-apple Syrup. It will do it as well as cure your coughs, colds and sore throats. It acts wonderfully in cases of croup. Mothers should not be without it. For sale by J. F. Coulson & Co. to S OXLV is THE PRIME OK LIKE.—It Las been stated that the most extreme age to which a chicken can live is about nine years, but any one who has ever boarded knows better. This may be a joke on boarding houses in general, -but the fact still remains, that Ur. White's Pulmonaria is the . best cough remedy in the universe. It cures coughs, colds, asthma, bronchits, whooping cough and'consumption. toS For the ll[> there, is no brightness. For the teeth there ls.no whiteness, Where SOZODONT has got no place: But those who use It, know lull well. How bright and. beautiful the spell It throws o'er man or woman's facr. 108 THE REV. GEO. H. THAYEE, of Bourbon, Ind., says: "Both myself and wife owe our lives to Shiloh's Consumptive Cure. Sold by B. F. Keesling ^ •_ 6 CATABKH CUBED, health and sweet breath secured, by Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy. .Price 50 cents. Nasal injector free. Sold by B. F. Kees ing _ ^ 3 ' SHILOH'S CURE .will immediately relieve croup, whooping, cough "and bronchitis. Sold by B. F. Kees ling ^ - 8 For Kent, -the 2d floor of No. 312 Market street. Apply to FLANEGAN & CRISMOND. feb22dtf AUSTRALIAN SAVAGES. Thrir [EiiThitronH KxirttoncG and .Strjingje liurltil Curttoms. The marriage ceremony of the Australian savages consist often in the simple process of stunning a strny female of a neighboring tribe by means of a club, and fchen dragging her away an imresisting captive, just as the. males of the larger speuies of seal are said to attack and temporarily disable their intended mates. Another still ug-lier analogy with the brute creation is their indifference to the welfare of their own children after they have once outgrown the age of absolute helplessness. An Australian mother will coddle her baby with ape-like fondness and hardly ever let it stray out of sight for the first four years: but as soon as the toddling little imp seems able to take care of itself, its debt of gratitude to its progenitors has to be paid by the. worst kind of slavery. At the first sig-n oi insubordination, a half-grown boy is apt to be kicked out, if not killed, by his own father, while the older squaws maltreat- every pretty girl as 11. possible rival, so much so, indeed, that the appearance even of a club-armed suitor must often be welcomed as an agreeable surprise party. The marriage of near relatives is discouraged with a strictness not often . found among barbarians; and polygamy, . though sanctioned by public opinion, is restricted by the difficulty of providing for the wants of a large family. At a distance from the crab- swarining sea-coasl;, famines are rather frequent; but the natives have developed a faculty for starving: or half- starving, for weeks without permanent injury, and rely on the experience that sooner or later nature will renew the supply of spontaneous food. Within a hundred miles of the east coast, perhaps, no native in an uncrippled condition has ever died from lack of digestible food—a rather comprehensive term in a country where fern-roots are boiled like potatoes, and snails and grasshoppers are considered tidbits. Strange to say, the martyrs of that horrid diet get old, as a proof that freedom from care is. after all, the main condition of longevity. A similar phenomenon may be observed in the villages of Central Russia, where mental stagnation prevails in its ugliest forms, but where charity and parish poor laws protect every native from the risk of actual starvation. Of all the modes of burial ever practiced by creatures in. the shape of human beings, the method of the Queensland nomads is certainly the most uncouth. After drying the corpse in the sun and knocking out its teeth for keepsakes, they deposit it on a frame-work of rough poles, and bury it Under a few armfnls of rushes and old kangaroo skins, leaving- the bush- wolves to sing its requiem. Xo member of the dead man's tribe will settle within a mile of his grave, for fear of being haunted by the spooks making the burial place their midnight rendezvous. The metaphysical opinions of the Australian aborigines prove, indeed, that savages can be afflicted with an abundance of supernaturalism without betraying a trace of any-thing- deserving- the name of religious sentiment. They believe in evil spirits whistling in the blasts of the storm wind, and try to exorcise them by spitting in the direction of the sky: but for the conceptions of the Deity, of future existence, of repentance, atonement and conscience, their language has not even a definite word. From some where in the land of their forefathers—Eastern Asia, perhaps—they have imported a^ notion faintly resembHng the Buddhist doctrine 'of metempsychosis, and believe that animals may be born as men, and men as human beings of superior rank. —Dr. Felix L. Oswald, in Good Health. Bear Shooting in Thibet. As 1 drew near I saw a large bear standing in the river feeding on the carcass of a yak. Taking a gun from one of my men I fired at it, breaking- its shoulder." When my men saw what I had shot at they turned and beat a hasty retreat, shouting to roe to run, that the "wild man" might not devour me. Another shot, better aimed, put an end to the bear, but not to the fright to ray Mongols, who even then would not approach. Our failure to skin my prize nearly broke my Tientsin servant's heart for by it he lost the chance to secure the gall, a much valued medicine in China, and worth eight or ten ounces of silver in any drug shop. Mongols and Thibetans attack a bear only when they are a strong, well-armed party. My having- killed one of these dreaded monsters alone seemed a. feat of great daring, and the story was told to every Thibetan we met afterward as proof positive of my dauntless courage.—W. Woodvillc Rock- Mil, in Century. A IF YOU SHOULD TRAVEL OER THE WORLD AS FAR AS YOU COULD qo, A BETTER 50AP TffAN SANTA CLAUS YOUD NEVER CJE1T TO &CO. ILL W. J. HUGHES & SONS CO. AV110I.I SAL.K DOORS, SASH, BLINDS, 14 LUMBER. N. W. Cor. Fourteenth: and Maple Sts.. LOUSVILLE, KY. Menlioii this paper. ORANGE BLOSSOM A POSITIVE CURE FOR ALL FEMALE DISEASES. SOME SYMPTOMS: ^S^«S!%^^:^hVS^^s^ vv/lfl ** V * - . . „ . _ r>i_jj *:m !*«. T.iwm.iA*** i these by\ 'thorough process of absorption. ... . ... „ . A LOCAL APPLICATION £gffi^^ female weakness. 'We remedy must be applied to the parts to otoiaperrnancnt relief A PLAIN in our circular. EVERY LADY CAN TREAT HERSELF. 0. B. Pile Remedy. $1.00 FOR ONE MONTH'S TREATMEHJ. -.=-^-. -PREPARED BY- O. E.. „".' A.: McCILL, M. D., & CO., 2&4 PANORAMA PLACE. CHieAGO,IU_ FOR SALE BY B .jf. KKKSLlVG aiul JOHNSTON BROS. lablOJiwl/ • FACIAL BLEMISHES. Thu l»'|[nl <>Ulll>lmiint In the world for Ibe Irml. rn«nl of tile *kin »nd ic»tp, •cxeam.molv*, warU.iujn.T. lluoni hulr, blrtkni«rki, if.oli, frecklo, pImplr..wrlult- \tt, red nom, t<sA >elni, oily iklo. *cut), blukb«>d>, barb«ri* tlcli. fears, plUInRi. powdir rafcrk>, facial It'"r.'l28-pait« Book <n «ll Slin «"<t Sculp Affec- Uuiu mid Ibelr Troiument §«U (w»led) for lllc. •JOHN H. •WOOHHTJ.RY, DrrnKtaloglit, l*-^ >*". 42<1 St., X.~V. City. For Sale by Ben Fisher, Druggist. Woodbury's Facial Soap For the.Skin «nd Snip. Prepared bj a Denaatolorist with 20 yeanr I experience. Highly indorsed by the,metti- eil profeiwion: tmequaied ta aTemeoyior eczema, scaldhead, oilystan, pimp'™!.*™ 11 worms, q«ly complexion, etc.. IndiBiwiM- ftbte an a, toilet article, and a »ur« prewat- ive of all disease* of the nkin and scalp. At DruggUts or by mall. Price 8Oc. _ WILL CURE 1 .^ *1 '5 412 \FoURTttfST, IND. ••How delicious is the winning Of|> kiss, at love's beginning. 1 '— sings the. poet, and his sentiment is true with one possible exception. If either party has the catarrh, even love's kiss loses its sweetness. Dr Sage's Catarrh Remedy is a sure cure for this repulsive and distressing affliction. By its mild, soothing, antiseptic, cleansing and healing proper- tics, it cures the worst cases. Five hundred dollars reward offered for an incurable case. The newly invented wafer combination spectacle which enables the wearer to see far and near same as in youth, is being.introduced for the first time in Logansport by Prof. G. D. Edmonson & Son. who will make, scientific tests.of all classes of defective, vision free. All are invited to call and see this most wonderful spectacle. m6d2t Chicago Real K»tate. Do you want to double your money the next year, if so, call at the Murdock Hotel and see the sub-divisions of- S. E. Gross now on sale. Ask for H Hale. Office hours, 12 to 3 p. m. and 7 to 9 p. m. feb25dtf r. i,. s. r. ChauUuqua Circle will meet at the home of Mrs. Sarah Michaels, 316 West Market street on Tuesday evening March 10. at 7:30. J.'ROGBA.M. Koll-Call. -Responded to by facts from the life, of .Robert Browning. Regular lesson. First two weeks of outline in March Cbautauqua, Mrs. C. P. Wright will conduct the lesson in church history- Question Table—Conducted bv Mrs. I. N. Crawford. 1, "World of to-d*y. 2. Queen's English. 8. English Phrase and table. 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. MCMILLEN, W. S. STE-SVAKT. Executors, feblditltaw » JHIIICN T. Gott, Carml,.111., S»J'« 'He paid thirty-one dollars doctors bill for his wife- in one 'year, and one bottle of Bradlield's Female Regulator did her more good than all .the medicine she bad-taken, before. H. DALE, Druggist, Carini. 111. Write Bradfield Reg. Co., Atlanta, Ga for particulars. Sold by Ben Fisher. to8 For Sale and Delivery. Pure timothy hay for horses, clover and timothy, mixed, for co-vr*/- orders at my office. - ^ novlodtawtf D. D; DVKEMAK • , THE NEW WEBSTER J0ST PUBLISHED-ENTIRELY HEW. WEBSTER'S INTERNATIOKALj DICTIONARY A GRAND INVESTMENT for the Forni'y, the School,-, or-the Library. Ilcvision has beeli in procress for over 10iT«*e More than 10o:MUoriaUabnrers: employod^ S3iHi 000 expended before lirsc 1 " Critical c-taminntion invited. Sold bvull Booksellers. Illustrate t~--;r-- O & C. MBRBIASr&-CO.vPubU»heM» .Springfield, Mass., U. S. A. C&ntion!-There have reccntlybee onvnrai cheap renrmts 01 tns.isiT . books are ndge£" Great Webster's: conary,, ^^f Dictionary," "Webster's Encyclopedic Di r 'ilany'announcements -concernine them very misleading, as the body of each, from Z is 4+ years oil, and printed from che»p made by photographing the old pages.
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