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Logansport, Indiana
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Saturday, April 4, 1891
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Delicious Mince Pie in 20 Minutes ANY TTME <XF THE TEAS. NEW ENGLAND H!»MIKCE MEAT. In paper boxes; enough for two largo pics. Always ready; easily prepared. CLEAN, WHOLESOME, CONVENIENT. SOLD BY ALL GROCERS. D. B. PRYOR The Druggist handles the, purest drugs which the market produces.— PRESCRIPTIONS A specialty. 516 E. Broaday st. Real Estate. For Sale orTrade In all parts of Logansport. " Residence and Business property. Sole Agents for the "West End Addition." And Johnson's Riverside Addition. Vacant Lots, on Monthly Payments. Bargains in lands close to city. E. N. Talbott fc'Son, Real Estate Broker, St. Elm3 Bloek. Broadway Sherman's Memoirs, WKITTEN BY HIMSELF, WITH AS APPENDIX BY Hon. JAMES O. BLAKVE. 1.000 mutes; retail price two dollars. AGENTS WASTED. Send fifty ceacx for outfit. The only authentic Life of General Sherman, and tho only boofc issued from -which his f om!lv derive any profit. CHARLES L. WEBSTER & COMPANY, Sole Publishers, 3 East 14th St., New York City. Viewed From a Certain Si midpoint. Some country editor is trying- himself OD theological matters, or something else, and g-ets of the following, which is equal to some of the effusions of the Ham's Horn and the War Cry: ••Supposing, -just for an instance, your pastor should open his Sunday morning sermon with a salutatory -and a peroration something like this: "I see before me in this congregation one of the worst lot of hypocrits that have escaped purgatory. They' have joined tnis congregation on business principles. They have no more religion in them than the big toe on my left foot has. When they go to Indianapolis, ostensibly for shopping purposes, they commit depredations that would shock Sitting Bull, were he alive. Oh, ye vipers, I am onto your little lay. Or, supposing we, in publishing the obituary of a prominent citizen, would get down to the truth and say the deceased was an Old hog when alive. He grew fat on what he stole from the poor but honest people about him. He was a hypocrite and a liar, and deserved death in unnatural ways without the benefit of clergy. It is never so stated, but if the truth was the sole coin of the realm how many would such be the theory?" Mr. Barnes of New York. Mr. Barnes of New York will be presented at the opera house next Tuesday night April 7th and a genuine treat is promised in this attraction endorsed as it comes by the entire country and described in the successful book of the same came. Mr. Barnes has now been seen in nearly every New York theater. The Sun recently said: After a most successful week's engagement at the Grand Opera House, "Mr. Barnes of New York" on Moo- cay will be put up for a week's run at the People's Theater. As this is the first time this stirring and exciting play will have been played on the East Side, a big week is naturally expected. The same handsome scenes and appointments will be used that were employed on its original production at the Broadway Theatre. Robert flilli- ard will play Burton H. Barnes of New York, and Miss Emily Rigl will be seen in her dramatic impersonation of the Corsican Marina. The remaining characters are in capable hands. A WORK UNSURPASSED. Tile Americanized Encyclopedia. tlic J(c*t Cdition Ever Issued. 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' 1 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: LOGANSPOKT, 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 knovvledge down to a later date from two to fifteen years. 2. It includes the biography of living 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. HORACE P. BlDDLE. RAILROAD RUMBLINGS. Pianos Tuned, $1.50 For the purpose of Introducing my work to the musical people of Logansport I have reduced my price for tuning Pianos, $2.50 to §1,50. I also keep on hand a 1 nil supply of repairing material. Pianos repollsned, restrung, new hammers, tone regulated, action rewalted, the touch changed heavy or light. First-class work. 83 years experience. Orders.by mall or left at Allen Elchard- son,s, 414 Fourth Street" Organs as above. ', rnarlld3m W. ». CAPKON. Daily Journal. SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 4. Lettuce at Rothermel's. Tub oysters at Rothermel's. Beecham's Pills cures sick head ache.. d6t Granulated sugar, o cents a ]iound at Foley's. Fresh strawberries this morning, at McCaffrey & Go's. ' • For fresh vegetables and fruits, send your orders to Ftoley. If you eat good stuff go where you can get it; that is, at A. Hubler's. Make your ice contracts with John Baker, and you are certain to be supplied. mch25dtf Bad lounges of tho best make and very reasonable at Rodifer's, No. 316 Broadway. mar29d6n&wl^ The place in town to be suited in trunks and valises is Rodifer's, No. 316 Broadway, and don't you forget it, mar29d6t&wlt SHILOH'S CURE will ^immediately relieve croup, whooping cough and bronchitis Sold by B. F. Kees ling 8 George Rodifer, at 316 Broadway, has just received a fine • line of baby carriages at reasonable . prices. mar29d6t&wlt • Every person not satisfied with "Blush of Roses" is requested, to write the manufacturer, Miss Flora A. Jones, South Bend Ind! 10— Short breath, palpitation, pain in chest, weak, or faint spells, etc., cured by Dr. Miles 1 . New Heart Cure. Sold at B. F. Eeesling-'s ^) Down go the prices of sug-ar: Gran ulated sugar, 4J .cents;per pound, .or. 21 pounds for $1; wjhite, extra C sugar 4} cents per pound; extra C sugar per pound, 4 cents.—M. McCaffrey & Co. Mow to Play Tiddledy Wink*. A newspaper man who could not attain proficiency .at playing tiddledy winks, got disgusted and sat down and vented hie spleen as follows. Tiddledy winks is the title of the latest fool game. It is played with tiddledums that are fired, with a finger into a wink cuspidor. Each player has a few did- dledums, a defikkility and a dingus. Take a wink, put it on a dingus, then snap the wink from the dingus into the wink pot. If you succeed you are entitled to a defikkility, and for every wink you jump into the wink pot from the duminkdumdorum,- you count a deSkkility, and continue so to operate tinkwinkle upon the pollywogithere until the pots so carried shall equal tbe total of the hopwip multiplied by puterinkum and added to the contents of the winkletinkefuldariums. The less brains you have the better you play. Biitclicr'K tlnlon Label. 0. P. Smith, general organizer of the American Federation of Labor acting under instructions from President Gotnpers, last night visited Journeymen Butcher's union. 5316 and introduced the union label of the Federation and urged upon the members the expediency of adopting said label. After Mr. Smith, had explained .the benefits to be derived by the union by the adoption, of the .label. It was. agreed by unaminous vote of the union to take immediate steps to introduce the label in the meat markets of this city. A vote of thanks was tendered Mr. Smith for his untiring efforts in behalf of Union 5316 and organized labor in general. An Ode to the Kicker. A poetic exchange says: "Here's to the kicker the treacherous kicker, the kicker who never is true. Who always is crying and never is trying some good for his own town to do No use to correct him, nor need you expect him to get to the front like a man; while others hustle he'll sit down and rustle objections to raise to each, plan. But when the brute dies we'll pause with dry eyes, on his future condition to dwell, and we'll envy the devil that, will handle the shovel when he roasts the rank kicker in LOGANSPOKT, Ind. Feb. 20, 1891 I have examined with much care .the "Americanized EncyclopediaBriti- annica" issued by Belford, 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. LoGANsrora, Feb. 21, 1891. 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 of 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. from the Note-Bonk of Our Kuilwiiy Reporter—Point* Per- Houa.1 and Otherwise. Capt. John B. Grover returned from Chicago Thursday evening. Ed Penrose returned from Moati- ceilo yesterday where he has been attending the bedside of his brother-in- law, George Pierce whom he reports greatly improved. Mrs. Penrose will come home to-day. Great damage has been done to the grade of the Rusnville extension of the Cincinnati, Wabash and Michigan railroad by the heavy .rains, and the management has postponed putting on trains until May 1. It was the intention to open up the line for business next Sunday. It is understood that the Vandalia and the Pennsylvania company have about concluded arrangements by which they will soon begi n to use the new bridge at St. Louis for their through business, which will greatly- expedite matters in getting freights through St. Louis. W. B. Lancaster, the well-known Pan Handle engineer, whose illness was mentioned in the Journal several days ago is lying at the point of death. It is only by the constant use of opiates that he is being kept alive and his physicians have given up all hope. He is attended by A! Swadener. It was Mr. Emerson who said "the wealth is health," and it was a wiser than the modern philosopher who said that "the blood is the life." The, system, like' the clock, runs down. It needs winding up. The blood gets poor and scores of diseases result. It needs a tonic to enrich it. A certain wise doctor, after years of patient study, discovered a medicine which purified the blood, gave tone to the system, and made men—tired, nervous, brain-wasting men—feel like new. He called it bis "Golden Medical Discovery." It has been sold for years, sold by the million of bottles, and people found such s'atisfaction in it that Dr. Pierce, who discovered it, now feels warranted in selling it under a positive guarantee • of its doing good in all cases. Perhaps it's the medicine for you. Tour's wouldn't be the first case of scrofula or. salt-rheum, _skin disease, or lung disease, it has cured when nothing else would. The trial's worth making, and costs nothing. Money refunded if it don't do you good. f f]ree liMe kifterjs, soiled tijeir didiji-kijov/W^ttodo; & Wise old friend ^ANTAU-AUS SOAP %se Me- kite, washed %ir ^/iWisSOAPofariibcr Quick!/ VcXf\isi}ed e&cfy ^d%ir ipeipegkir were &s brigty- ar^d soft as SANTA GLAUS SOAP-MADE ONLY BY N.KF AIRBANK&CO. - CHICAGO. W. J. HUGHES & SONS CO. WHOLE!? BOORS, SASH, BLINDS, LUMBER. N. W, Cor. Fourteentn and Maple Ste,. 1 LOUSVILLE, KY. •pfentlon thin pnper. A POSITIVE CURE FOR ALL FEMALE: DISEASES. ^YMPTflM?' A tired, languid feeling, low spirited and despondent,-Wltlrno appall I IIIF I UlTIOi reatcauso. Indigestion, headache, pains in the book, pains across the 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. SEAKIGHT, Sup't. Cass County Schools. I>f;;Lfne*H Can't be Cured by local applloatlons, as they can not veach the diseased -portion of the ear. There is only one way to cure Deafness, and that is by constitutional remedies. Deatness Js caused by an Inflamed conditionolttiemneous-llnlnsot the Eustaehlan Tube. When this tube gets Inflamed you have a rumbling sound orltnperfect hearing, and when it In entirely closed Deatness Is the 'result, and 1 unless the inflammation can be, taken out and this restore-i to Its normal condition, hearing will b destroyed lorfver: nine cases out of ten. are caused by catarrh, which Is nothing but -an Inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces. We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deamess (causedby Catarrh)-that we cannot cur* by taking Hall's-, Catarrh. Cure. Send for clrcnlixs, free. F. J. CHENEY & Co , Toledo, 0. ^TSold by Druggists, 75c Rex. Thomas Marshal, of Chicago, Field secretary of Missions of the Presbyterian church, will spend next Sunday in this city and give addresses morning and' evening at the First Presbyterian church. Mr. Marshall who was for a number of years pastor of one of the St. Louis churches, has recently spent nearly two years in travel around the world, spending much time in India, Japan, Siam and China, and visiting most of the mission stations of the world. Mr. Marshal is an old acquaintance and personal friend of Pastor Putnam and his family. He is a fine speaker, and great pleasure and profit is anticipated from his addresses which will cover observations and incidents in his travels illustrating 'the progress of the gospel in the world. The evening service will be a union meeting of the Broad way and First churches and the public generally are invited to both these services. Preaching, at the Broadway Presbyterian church to-morrow morning at 10:45. Subject of sermon "An, early inquiry meeting," No services in the evening.' ^Congregation will unite with that of the First Presbyterian church in listening' to' the Rev. Dr. Marshall, Field Secretary of the Board of fO"eiga~ Mission. Sunday school at 9:30 a. m., Christian Endeavor meeting : at 6:15- p. m. You will be welcome to all these services. .Romance. The April number of Romance, the magazine of tUe New York Story Club, contains nineteen complete stories, all of great interest. Among- the writers in this number are Honors de Balzac, Guy de Maupassant, Henry Cleveland Wood, Robert G. Denig, Opie P. Read and Miss M. E. Torrence. The opening story is by Balzac, and, besides being a masterpiece, it is noteworthy as tne only one in which the great Frenchman deals with animal as distinguished from human, life. The first one of the sea stories which were announced in March, appears in the April Romance. It is by Robert G. Denig, of the United States Naval Academy; Well written, full of vigorous action and thrilling adventure, and depicting a heroic character, this story is a good beginning- of what should be a notable series. The price of Romance is only 25 cents a number or IJ3 a year, and a specimen number will be sent , on application for 10 cents by the publisher. Address the New York Story Club, 30 E, 23d St., New York. ATTENTION, 'TAX-PAYERS! The time for paying the April installment of taxes expires on the third Monday (20th) of April.. The office will be open in tbe evening during the 7 ait week of the limit to accommodate those who cannot come in the daytime, I would urge all to pay promptly. Respectfully, CHAS. L. WOLL, Treas Cass Co. apr3d3tw2t lower part of bowels.'Great soreness in region '.f ovaries, Bladder difficulty, Frequent urina- tions, Lcucorrhosa, Constipation of bowels, and with all these : 6\ f mptoms a-terrible-netvouK' feellngis experienced by the patient. THE ORANGE BLOSSOM TKEATAtENT removes aI5 these by a thorough- process of rabsorption. - ...... A i nnii APPI iRATinN Perfeotl , 5 ' bariiiless '' wbiobeyer y ]ad 3 rcaiiuso i iier soi f - Med- LUUHL HrrLIUnllUll icmes taken internally will never relieve the many forms of female weakness. The remedy must be applied to the parts to obtain permanent relief. A PI AIM TAI V Tfi I AniF^ inolJrclrculai t Askyourdru ee i stforone. orsendtwo rLHIll lnLI\ III LnDILOceiit stamp to home office lor sample box and circular. EVERY LADY CAN TREAT HERSELF. 0. B. Pile Remedy. 0. B. Catarrh. Cure. $1.00 FDR DHE MONTH'S TREATMENT. —PEEPARED BY- O. B. Stomach Powder*. 0. B. Kidney Cones. J. A. McClLL, M. D., & CO., 2 & 4 PANORAMA PLACE, CHICAGO, ILL FOR SALE BY B . F . KEEStlXG and JOHNSTON BROS. fablOdd'W ly ' The bad weather of yesterday had no effect on the fire sale at the Golden Rule. Come yourself to-day. Use J. B. L. Blood and Liver Tonic. eod&w Notice—Logan Council No. 21. The various:reports that have been going the rounds of the newspapers for a few days to, the effect that our lodge will remove from the K. P. hall are groundless. Logan Council, Order of Chosen Friends, has a lease that is g )od for two years, and we will continue to hold the. fort at our old stamping ground for that period of time. Biliousness, constipatioa, torpid liver, etc.,, cured by Miles' Nerve and Liver Pills. Free samples at B. F. Keesling's. (3) WorthHsJ IV.eJght In Gold. If a price can be placed on pain, Mother's Friend" is worth its weight in gold as an alleviator. My wife suffered more in ten. minutes with either of her two children than she did altogether with her last, having previously used four bottles of "Mother's Friend." It is a blessing to any one expecting to become a mother, says a customer of mine. .HEXDEKSON DALE, Druggist, Carmi, Illinois. Write the Bradfield. Regulator Co., Atlanta, Ga. t for further particulars. Sold by Ben. Fisher & Co. too DK. J. MILLEK & 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 hard cough, difficulty in breathing, and had been spitting blood at times for six weeks. I commenced using the Expectorant and got immediate relief in breathing. I soon began to get better, and in a short time I was entirely cured, and I now think my lungs are sound,—Mrs. A. E Turner. dec7d&w6m Randolph, Mass. A Foiil-ITIoutiled Woman is even worse, than a foul-mouthed man. But no one need be foul-mouthed if they will only use SOZODONT and rub it in well. Don't spare the brush 'and spoil the mouth as some parents do with their children when they withhold the rod, to29 Rodifer, at 316 Broad ,vay, is rapidly getting to be the people's outfitting store. Baby carriages, bed lounges, furniture of all kinds,; trunks, valises, and anything else you want at very reasonable prices. Call and see. mar29d6t&wlt Ho (IKON for Sale. Two cottages on'Tenth and Toledo streets. One two-story house corner of Tenth and Spear streets. These houses are all new,in. first-class order with gas and water. Cheap'for cash or part on time. mar28dtf WM. HAGENBUCK. WHY WILL rou. cough when Shiloh s Cure'will give immediate relief? Price 10 cents, 50 cents and $1. Sold by B. F. Keesling. 7 SLEEPLESS NIGHTS made miserable by that terrible cough. Sliiloh's Cure is the remedy for you. Sold by B. F Keesling. . 2 THAT HACKING COUGH can be so quickly cured' by "Shiloh's Cure. We guarantee it. Sold by B. F. Keesling 1 A Little Girl>g Experience lu * Lfght- liouge. Mr. and Mrs. 'Loren Trescott are keepers of the Government Lighthouse at Sand Beach, Mich., and are blessed'' with a daughter, fouryears old: Last April she was taken' down with, the measels, followed with a dreadful cough'and turning into a : fev.er. Doctors at home and at Detroit .treated her, but in vain, she grew worse rapid-, ly, until she was a mere "handful of hones." Then she. tried Dr. King's New Discovery and" after, the, use; of two and a half bottles^ was. completely cured: They say Dr. King's New Discovery is worih its weight in~ gold, yet^ you may get a trial bottle free at B. F. Keesling's drug store. 6 An Excellent medicine! "My wife and myself were in bad health .for some fifteen years. I chanced to be looking over one of Simmons ' Liver Regulator almanacs-' and- saw A. H. Stevens' and Bishop Pierce's name& to testimonials. I then obtained some of the Regulator,, and- can heartily recommend the Liver Regulator to my friends as an excellent medicine." 2. B. HARRISON, M. D., to 5 Gordonsville, Va. Dr, Koch, with the assistance of the German government,^ may have discovered a lymph that will cure consumption, but how much better it would he 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. to8 WILE BE THERE SujEE.—If you sell potatoes from a measure with a false, bottom, you will find on the judgment. day that .the measure will be there, too, If you buy a bottle of Dr.. White's Pulmonaria you will find" it the best cough, remedy you ever used, and full scripture measure. to6 CATARRH CUBED, health and sweet breath secured, by SMloli's Catarrh.' Remedy. Price 50 cents. Nasal injector free. Sold by B. F. Keesj ing 3 THE REV. GEO. H. THATIS, of Bourbon, lad., says: "Both, myself andi s " wife owe our lives to Shilofs Consumptive Cure. Sold by B. F. Keesling _ <J , Rodifer's furniture store is full and.., complete. Call at No. 316 Broadway^," and see his stock. • mar29d6t*wlt

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