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Delicious Mince Pie in 20 Minutes TIME OF TH3S YEAR. In paper boxes; enough for two largo pics. Always ready; easily prepared. CLEAN, WHOLESOME, CONVENIENT. SOLD BY ALL GROCERS. D. B. PRYOR The Dru^ist handles the oo purest drugs which the market produces.— PRESCRIPTIONS A specialty. 516 E. Broaday st. Real Estate. For Sale orTrade In all parts of Loga'nsport. Tiesidencc 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 lo 103 North ClarK Street, Chicago, 4 minutes from Court House. Botli Plans. Weekly, SS.OO. Transients, 50c up. 'Restaurant by Compagnon.late ChlcagoClub.Chef. POPOLAE PRICES. NEW HOC^f. Cat this out Tor further 'reference. feoUdlm DR. W. D. SNOW, OFFICE and Residence over 201 Sycamore St. LOGANSPORT, • • • IND. special Attention Given to Acute and Chronic Diseases and Kseases ol Women and Children. Consultation Free. Night Bell Promptly Besponded to. MONEY TO LOAN! A ad Notes Bought in any sum over $26 at lowest rates. Large amounts 6 per cent. GEO. B. FORGY. decl3d*wsm Daily Journal. FRIDAY MORNING. MARCH 13. Beecham's Pills cures sick head acho. d6t Planchett, the mind reader, at the Bazaar. The Fireman's Ward at the opera house Saturday night. The Fireman's Ward at the opei a house Saturday ni^ht. Two fresh cows with calves, and a two-year-old short horn bull for sale. D. D. Dykeman. mchlSdSt "Isn't sheheautiful?" .- "Certainly." She uses Flora A. Jones'famous "Blush of Roses" for the complexion. '1— In the case of Stephen A. Guthrie et al. vs. Alexander Burke et al., the jury yesterday found for the plaintiff. THAT HACKING COUGH can be so quickly cured by Shiloh's Cure. We guarantee it. Sold by B. F. Keesling x The case of the State against E. H Surben, charged with forgery was Yesterday" dismissed in the Circuit ^ourt and the defendant was discharged. The fire department was called out yesterday by a fire in the stable of Henry Farrell on Railroad street. The flames were promptly extinguished. Tae damage amounted to probably $15. Yesterday in the Circuit court Philip Petrie was arraigned for surety of the peace on tho complaint of his wi whom Phillip was found-guilty not long ago of whipping. After hearing the'case the court discharged the defendant. RAILROAD RUMBLINGS. THE VETO. i from tlie Note-Book of Our Kallxvuy Reporter-Point* Pcr- MOOH! and Oilicrwiwe. A special train on Monday made the run from Jefforsonville to Indianapolis in two hours and nine minutes, making five stops at railroad crossings and to take water. The distance is one hundred and eight miles, arid bhe train consisted of three c»rs. With the taking effect of the spring and summer lime table, the fastest time ever made by express trains over the Louisville division, of the Pennsylvania lines will be made. One train each way will be scheduled to make the run from Indianapolis to the bridge at Jefl'ersonville in two hours ind twenty minutes, making 1 but live stops . These trans will be put on to offset the Big Four putting on thmugli , rains between Indianapolis and Louisville. Ten more Michigan Central conductors have been dismissed, making fifteen in all. The Fort Wayne Sentinel investigation revealed the fact that the discharge of the men was brought about through "spotters." It is stated that the spotters would hand out a letter in response to the call for tickets, which stated that the bearer was an unfortunate friend, and any courtesy shown Kim would be a favor to the writer, who was represented to be a conductor or employe on some other division of the line. The scheme was a success so far as the ipotters were concerned, but disastrous to the conductor who allowed his sympathy for an "unfortuate fellow railroader" to lead him to violate one of the company's rules. Charming people, these exceptional people! Here's a medicine— Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery for instance, and it's cuved hundreds, thousands that're known, thousands that' re unknown, and yet yours is an exceptional case! Do you think that bit of human nature which you call "I" is different from the other parcels of human nature? "But you don't know my case." Good friend, in ninety-nine cases, the causes are the same — impure blood — and that's why •Golden Medical Discovery" cures ninety-nine out of every hundred. You may be the exception. And you may not. .But would you rather be the exception, or would you rather be well? If you're the exception it costs you nothing, you get your money back — but'suppose it cures you? Let the 'Golden Medical Discovery" take the risk. ^ ______ It is Not True. Delphi Journal: The report has been published far and wide that on her return home from Indianapolis, Min- uie Mabbitt was met at the depot by 1,000 people and presented with flowers, and made the object of demonstrations of much love and affection. This is not true, and it is clue the people of Flora to say so. There was a crowd at the depot when Minnie Mabbitt returned home but : it was not there to make a popular society queen out of Minnie. They were there out of curiosity. There were no bouquets nor brass band. There were no red wagons with "yal- ler" dogs under them. The people of Flora have too much sense to indulge in the kind of a demonstration the newspapers speak of. WILL NEED A CUSHION. — The man who sits down to wait for somebody's old shoes will need a cushion, and it ought to be a thick one. Such, people are usually dyspeptic with a bad liver, and should use Dr. White's Dandelion to arouse a sluggish liver and put a little new life into them. It overcomes that feeling of weariness, purifies the blood, and makes the weak strong and vigorous. Sold by B. F. Keesling and D. E. Pryor. tola Oleopuira. Her power was retained by force of personal cha-ms. She led the old "boys" captive whenever she talked "pretty" to them and showed her teeth. History should tell us that she used SOZODONT, but it don't. The preparation she used might have had another name then. tolo WHY WILL YOU cough when Sblloh's Cure will give immediate relief? Price 10 cents, 50 cents and $1. Sold by B. 'F. Keesling. ) ^ THE REV. GEO. H. THAYER, of Bourbon, Ind., says:, "Both myself and wife owe our lives to Shiloh's Consumptive Cure. Sold by B. F. Keesling-. . 6 CATAKBH CCTBKJJ, 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 T ' 8 SLEEPLESS NIGHTS made miserable by that terrible cough. Shiloh's Cure is the remedy for you. Soli by B. F Keesling. 2 Text of Governor Hovcy's Veto of tlie I'Vc and Salary BUI. As is well known Governor Hovey vetoed the Fee and Salary bill and it was passed over his veto. The following is the veto: EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. / INDIANAPOLIS, IND., Miiruh U, 1891.) Hon. Mason,). Nluluck, Speaker of the House of Representatives: SIR—I return House bill No. 275, entitled "an act for fixing the compensation and prescribing the duties of certain State and county officers, and providing penalties for ths violation of its provisions," without my approval. For years there has been an outcry by the press of all parties, by candidates for office, and the people, charging that under our fees and salary laws all kinds of constructive fees and extortions have been forced upon the people and the estates of the derd. It is known and declared uy all men pretending 1 to favor the people, that such abuses ought to be immediately abated. It is admitted that in several counties in the State county officers are receiving from ten to fifteen thousand dollars per annum for mere clerical labor which the; are,only capable of performing, and that some of the incomes of our State officers have reached as high as $30,'000 per annum. If men only capable of performing mere clerical labor, clerks of courts, county auditors, sheriffs, county treasurers and recorders are receiving in several counties in this .State from $10,000 to $15,000 ayear, while judges on the circuit court benches are only receiving $2,500 and thejudges of the Supreme Court $4,000 per annum, is it not time to stop such unjust inequalities wittiout the delay of two or four years? Shall the lobby control the State? If constructive and extortionate fees are collected against the living and the dead, should the havoc still go on for two or four years more? I appeal to our masters, the p«ople, and ask if such a law can be tolerated on our statute books? This bill gives full liberty for such officers to oppress the people from two to four years more. I cannot consent to such an enormity. Why not postpone the action of the law'until the year 1900, or the beginning of the twentieth century? You can overrule this message and make your own record, but I cannot join you in consummating what I regard as such an iniquitous law. This is the first bill that has been passed in the history of the State that leaps over two sessions of the General Assembly (1892-1894) before its p-ovisions can take effect. To say the least, .this is original and anomalous legislation. What would be thought of an act of Parliament that was to take effect after two successive Parliaments? What would be thought of an act of Congress which, could only have validity after two successive sessions? And what will be thought of an act of the Legislature of Indiana that could only take effect after four years and two several sessions of our legislature? Will it not look like a sham to cover broken promises? What is to-be done with the officers who may fill vacancies occasioned by resignation or death? I know that this veto will not meet with the approval of the legislature. I am willing and anxious that a just fee and salary bill may be speedily enacted, and would approve this with its crudity and errors, but the postponement of such an act for four years meets with my hearty condemnation. It is a well-known fact' that the county officers, clerks, auditors, sheriffs and treasurers control the nominations of state representatives. Demo cratic and Republican, in at least seventy-five counties in the state. Does any sensible man dream that l ,his act, which is so diametrically opposed to their interests, will ever be enforced against them? Must not every candid man admit that this bill is a sham, a deception, a delusion and a snare, to cheat and de f eatthe people out of the reform ip the law of fees and salaries, .which they'have so earnestly demanded, and that it will be repeated before it has the least vitality. This is not a political question, but a question between the leeches and cormorants in office, and the people the.; are bleeding at every pore. How long will these petty tyrants of the counties, and their lobby, control the legislation of the State. Strike out Sections 20 and 136. and let this act take effect like other laws, and I will sign it at any time down to the 'ast moment of this session. Without that, this act will be a still-born corpse, and every intelligent man in the State will know it Lift it out of the lobby, disentangle it from the octopus, and you will save the people now overburdened by taxation more than a half million dollars for every year it is in force. ALVIN P. HOVEY, Governor. HoXVs Tills! We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case ot Cutarrh that cannot be cured by taking Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHENEY & Co. Props., Toledo, 0. Wi-, the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for tne last.15 years, and believe him' 'perfectly honorable In all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligation made by their flim . WEST & TRUAX, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, 0.; WAL DING, KINNAN & , MARTIN, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo 0. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is takm Internally, acting dlrectly.upon the blood and mucous surfaces of tho system. Price 75c. per bottle'.' Sold bj all Druggists. T _ Home games are magnets for the home circle, get Planchett, the game, at the Bazaar! 1 STATE NEWS. A Column of Fresh News from Indiana Cities and Towns. Thiil Hlsr Ruilwity Deal. FA-A.VSVII.U.:, Ind,, March 13.— The railroad magnates "who arrived in the city TutjsrUiy evening in the private car of President Saul, of the Chicago & 'Eastern Illinois railroad, left for the n >rth Weiim.'sdny morning, the conference with I'resident Mackey lasting nearly the entire night. The meeting seems to have resulted satisfactorily. ;is it is announced seuii-oflicially that Tuesday next the parties in interest will meet in New York, when all the preliminaries for one of the yri'iitest moves ever raacle on the railrosid checkerboard will be arranged. It is known almost positively that within a short time the Evansville it Terre IIante railroad will become the connecting link between the Big- Four ami the Kuntington system south of the Ohio river. This move when it is made will bring to Evansvilletnu NewportKews & Mississippi Valley railway and the Mobile & Ohio railway from the south and the Big Four from the north, which will constitute one of the most important systems in the United States. AV:int the Boundary Hue Chiinscil. TERKE HAUTE, Ind., March .13.— Dr. T. C. Mendenhall, chief of the coast and geodetic survey, is in the city visiting the Rose polytechnic institute, of which he was formerly president. He was called west by Gov. Campbell, of Ohio, to settle, if possible, the disputed boundary line between Ohio and Indiana. Ohio claims :L triangular strip, having the month of the Big Miami as its apex and the northern boundary line as its base. The boundary is poorly defined. The line is described as starting from the mouth of tlie Big Miami, which, like all rivers, is constantly shifting-. and running- due north. It is claimed that this variation amounts to li miles in the northern part of the state, the lino having steadily veered east. Should this be the case several towns, among them Union City, will be added to Ohio, and 1,200 square miles of Indiana territory. Dr. Mendenhall visited Gov.. Hovey and found him up in arras against resurveying the line. "He said: "If this takes off a strip of Indiana soil on the east we will be entitled to an equal strip on the west, which will include Chicago." IVill Appoint No Women. I-NUIAXATOUS. Ind., March 13.—Within a clay or two Gov. Hovey will appoint twenty-six commissioners to arrange for Indiana's exhibit at the world's fair. The law regulating the appointments was so amended in the house as to provide that thirteen of the commissioners should be women. When the conference committee came to report, however, it struck out the amendment. There is a prevalent impression that this is not the case and applications have already been made for the appointment of various women. The governor has inti| mated that he would appoint no women, as a vast amount of work had to be done by these commissioners and he thought it should be intrusted to well qualified men only. Hundreds Converted. MATtTixsvir.M-:. Ind., March 13.— Eight weeks ago Evang-elist Jumc« Small, of Columbus, commenced a revival at the Christian church. The meeting closed Wednesday night with 374 additions, the greatest in the state and second in the history of the church in the country, there having been 3S4 additions at a similar meeting in Kansas. Evang-elist Dixon Williams held union services by which the C. P. and M. E. churches secured about 300 additions, and the Baptist church also held meetings. The number of conversions at all the meetings was over 800. Dedicated a New College Building. MARTINSVII,LK, Ind., March 13.—The Central Normal college of Danville has completed and dedicated a new •building, costing 830,000. Elder A. J. Frank, of Terre Haute, delivered the dedicatory address. The directors of the college were compelled to erect the new building- to get room for the students. In the last few years the college has been unusually successful. Overdosed with Ophites. GOSHEX, Ind., March 13.—Excitement is running high at Napanee over the death of Frank Holderman and his infant brother John, from an overdose of opiates administered by Dr. Inkes. They both were suffering from injuries and opiates were given to induce sleep. Threats are freely made against the doctor, who is in jail. Extended the City Limits. COLUMBUS, Ind., March 13.—The petition of the city council, on trial before the county commissioners since'Monday —the extension of the city limits and the annexation of the suburb of Orinoco —was decided in favor of annexation. This will add 2,000 to the city's population. Died at » Dance. EVASSVIUJ-;. Ind.. March 13.—Henry Schwartz, a leading jeweler, dropped dead Wednesday night while attending a dance. He was about 50 years old, and leaves a wife. Tried to Kill His Wife. MABTIXSVILLK, Ind., March 13.— .Joseph Edwards, living near here,wont violently insane Tuesday and attempted to kill his wife. 'She escaped after receiving serious injuries. Smothered Her Baby. JEFFEBSOSII.LK, Ind., March 13. — Mrs. Nat Beck while waiting at the : rail way station here, tried to quiet her baby by, throwing a shawl over its head and smothered it to death. Knocked from a Trestle. jBFi'ERSONvrLLE, Ind., March. 13.— Ira Scott, of this city, -was struck by a train on a trestle, knocked into Silver creek and drowned. SANTA CLAUS SOAP! There's banks of violets, Banks of tripss, Arjd barjKs wf^ere triers grope; ajjKs tljat K^dle golde^ coiti, FAIRBANK m*kesTHE BEST SOAR ONE o.™ P 0_._ NJCJAIRBANK&CO. CHICAGO, I WHISTLE FOR D. A. H A U K He has the goods and prices. Best Clock for the money. Best Watch for the money. Best Spectacle for the money. Best work done for the money. No. 410 Broadway. The Jeweler and Optician. D. A. HA UK. FACIAL BLEMISHES. The livRftt eitftMlihniMit In the world for the IrmL- fli;t)t.of the ikln iiBdiulp, •czwna.niolet. wjirU,«itpt-r- iiKmt hair, bfilhmvki, moth Jr«kle*,plm|tl«vwrink- tr, red mne, red vilai, oily »klt), «cm- t blackheads, bnrben' llcb, ecarl, pitting*, po*rd«r m»rki, fiwilsl development, etc. Cou»nlUiiIon Free, tlotticeorby lailer. 12&-paRe Book on all Skin a d Sculp Aflec- tiom and '.li«lr Tredtmctit t*nt (loiJcd) for 10c. JOHN H. "WOODBTJJBtY, [nAMlogiit, 125 \T. 42*1 St., N.Y, Cl ty. For Sale by Ben Fisher, Drug; Woodbury's Facial Soap For the Skin and Scalp. Propurod by a Dermatologist-witli 2Qye»re' experience. Highly.indorsed by the medical profession; unoquiled *uj * remedy for ecT^ma, sculdho&d, oily skin, pimple?, flesh worms, ufrly complexion, etc-- Indispensable as a toilet article, and a sure preventive of all diseases of tho «kin and acalp. At Druggists or by mailt Price 50<v ORANGE BLOSSOM A 'POSITIVE CURE FOR ALL FEMALE DISEASES. P VII DTD UP i A tired, languid reeling-, low spirited and despondent, with no appar „„.,... 01 Mr luiyioi rentctiuse. Indigestion, headache, pains in the bock, pains across tlie lower civrt of bowels. Great soreness in region cf ovaries, Bladder difficulty, Jjreauent. nrlnar Ifessaawssffi's^^ these by a thorough process of absorption. A LOCAL APPLICATION - p ? rfc ^-- a ^^- h --" e ^^^ rericctiy narmiess, waica every iitay ui«i use, uwr^isii. jaou- n uuuni. rti, i i-m.n.w.. icines taken internally-iTill never relieve the many forms of female weakness. Too remedy must be applied to the parts to obtain permanent.rellef. A m 11U Til V Tfl I »ni CO in our circular. Ask your druggist for one, Or send two PLAIN IALR IU LAUICocent stamp to home office for sample box and circular. EVERY LADY CAN TREAT HERSELF. 8- i- $1 '°° FOR ^ E Jffi^- EATiyiENT< ^JMS^SSK* J.' A. MCCILL, M. D., & CO., 2 & 4 PANORAMA PLACE, CHUAGO, ILL FOR SALE BY F ;F. KEESUKG and JOHXSXON BROS. For cleansing and healing foul and indolent ulcers, sores and abscesses and removing the bad odors arising: therefrom, and for sloughinff, confused and ..lacerated wounds, Darbys Prophylactic Fluid is unequalled. "I have used Darbys. Prophylactic Fluid in hospital and private practice for tea years and know of nothing better for sloughing, contused and.lac- erated wounds, foul and indolent ulcers and as a disinfectant."—J. F. Heustis, Professor Mobile (Ala.) Medical College. to!5 Something New III Corn—3Tew Kiln Dried Corn Jfieal. 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 flour than in any other made. We are now prepared to -grind corn for feed in any quantities declld&wtf .D. & C. H. USL. A Boon to \vives. Having used "Mother's Friend" I would not be without it. It is a boon to wives who; know they muat pass throught the painful ordeal of childbirth. MRS. C. MELBOURNE, Iowa. Write The Bradfield Regulator Co., Atlanta, Ga., for further particulars. Sold by Ben Fisher. • to!5 Diphtheria. In a severe case, there is but 'one thing to do, get the nearest physician, but how much better .it would be to prevent a severe case by having Pineapple Syrup in the house; it will do the work. Try it. For sale by J. F. Coulson&Co. to!5 :For Over Fifty Years. An Old and Well-Tried Remedy.—Mrs. Wmslayrt Soothing Svrup has been used; for over-Fifty Tears by Millions ol Mothers for their Children While Teething, with Perfect Success. It Soothes theChlld, Sottensthe fiums.Allajs aU-Paln-.Cuws Diarrhoea. Sold by druggists In every part of the world. Be'sure and ask for Mrs. TVlnslow's Soothine Syrup, and take no other Wnd. Twentyive cents a bottle. ]une20d*wly For Sain The undersfgned offer, the following pieces of property for sale at low- rates and upon liberal terms: Housean5 lot on Smead street, between 16th and. 17th streets. Lot 41J by 165. , Large mill property at Adanislwro, comprising mill, residence "and two tenement, houses, and thirty-five-acres- Buhr flouring mill, known as. Spring; Creek mill, in Clay township, .6 mile* , northeast of the city, comprising mill, > building and machinei-y in good running order; residence and thirteent acres. . • . ' Eighty acres pasture land,, with •never-failing stream of living water running- through it, in Richland township, Fulton county'.-" Well fenced. One hundrcd'and twenty acres improved farm land land, in Richland township, Fulton county. Eighty acres improved farm land in Tippe'canoe township, Pulaski county. Or I will trade any aad all these ' pieces for Chicago improved real ' estate. Call on or address Fred W. Munson, Logansport, Indiana. feb22d&wlm Specimen Cn^CH. S. H.'Clifford, New Cassel, Wis „ was troubled with Neuralgia and Rheumatism, his Stomach .' was disordered, his Liver was affected . to art alarming degree, appetite fell away, and he was terribly reduced in. flesh and strength. Three bottles of Electric Bitters cured him. • Edward Shepard, Harrisburg, 111., had a running sore on his leg of eight years 1 standing. Used three bottlesof Electric Bitters and' seven boxes of Bucklin's Arnica .Slave, and his leg is sound and well. John 'Speaker, Catawba, O., had five large Fever sores on his leg, doctors said he was. incurable. One-bottle Electric Bitters and one box 'Bucklen's Arnica Salve ' cured him entirely. Sold by B. F. Keesling's Drue store. 3 Chicago Steal Estate. 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. Auk for , H. Hale. Office hours. 12 to 3 p. nu and 7 to 9 p. m. feb26dtt .

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