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., -,.'•• A * ' * To develop muscle, if that is what you're doing the-.washing- for, perhaps .the old way of washing with soap—nibbing the clothes up and clown over -a board -may be pretty good. It can't be healthy, though, -to breathe that tainted, fetid steam, and you'd better take your exercise in ways that arc pleasantcr. But if you're washing clothes to get them clean, and want to" do this disagreeable work easily, quickly, and safely— do it with Pearline,' And one of the strongest points about Pearline's washing is its saving—its'economy. -too THE Munsoo typewriter Is a Good Machine. ASSESSORS RETURNS. The l.'oUowing pmsoiial property is reported by the assessors of Cass county. The list Is exclusive of banks and other coi-pora-lions. Adams BctiliJehem .. Harrison , ... I'.oone Royal Ceii tor. Jefl'ei-sou . .. Xoble Clay Miami Xipton Walton Wash'mgKm . Clinton Doer Crock. . Jackson. Eol J-ogansport .. 52.000 07,2r.O 100,7:;.' ss.isri 80.UOO 121.2-1." 11S.OOO JO." ilSr, 211; :i1: 1 , 1110 178 127 21)0 SO 2.|H S7.080 104.803 1-A200 HO. 100 19.34.-. I-'" ,373,170 2.Sfir 25-1. IUO .ijS.807.4tM 1M 11.- J2H ill. S!) 1S2 10 1(10 132 172 130 2,1 OS THE New Seaboard Tariff on Norfolk & Western Invites War. ONE YEAR AGO, JUNE 1 Iilgb standard o( excellence Mapy users of the "Munson" consider It THE BEST. You will Rnd It n valuable assistant In j our of- lice. Address for piU'tlcqlurs THE MUNSON TYPEWRITER CO j MANVFACTL''KKKS. ' a.io-2-i'i ivcst lukc fit., ciiicuaii, in. t. G. PATTERSON Has opened a Fire and Accident Insurance office (it 410 Broadway, "P stairs, ana Solicits a share ot the public patronage. None but First Class Companies Repre- Heuted. CHAS. L. WOLL, ' :-: UNDERTAKER ••• No. 417 Market Street. Calls attended to promptly, day or "central Union and Mutual telephones. Omce, No. 1C; Residence. No. 121. SUMMER TOCKIST RATKS. The Wubasli K;iMroad company arc now pwpared U> quote rates to the many lonrtst, poi'iuts o-f interest, union- the number Colorado rosorrs. Alexandria Ray. N. V.. Niagara Falls, Mackinaw Island, .Lake CltahinriiM points, Put.-m-.Bay, Ohio, QuPboi?. r. Q-. 'J-'o- routo, .".nil other places of luterost. Kri'tes. limits, time of trains and connections carefully furnished upon application lo 'the untlerslgmxl. C. 0. XEWEI.L, Agent. TO THE REFOUMA'COEV. Sadie ClidtAVOoU was yesterday scu- u-uei.-d tn a year in the 1'i-male Refor- ii;a:tory at Indwim]ioli.=. 'J'lie woman •was t.-iki'ii up Saturday night for loitering, :iiul on It being show;) that she was ol' age. Judge Lalry pronounced sentence on IK". 1 . -\ t the 'lime she was tried for the alleged larceny (.<(. a pair of gloves from an .employer, she was not scitt down on account of th« fact t.liat sue ehi.ii'.u-d to bo under ago. DR. S. H. WARD. HOrtffiOPATHlST Office 309 Fourth Street. Over Ttflors Jewcli j- store- Residence BID North Street. HIRES Rootbeer if, pure in substance, easy in preparation, satisfactory in drinking, beneficial in effect. JlaJo onll br The Cburlei K. Klro< Co., Phll«'li-l|ili In. ASc, pKiio uuku i gallons. Bold c»crj"»lier«. DAILY JOURNAL TUESDAY, JUNE 0, 1SOC. Pay your natural gas bllte before June 10. George Harrison toadies Landretn's seeds only. Hammocks at your own price at Geo. Harrison's, It Is lawful to kill squirrels, and it is said they nr/phmtiiful t H. S^vens's gallery at 414 Market streetiranow open. Competent workmen. Work guaranteed. Natural gas bills for the month of June nre now clue and payable at the company's office on'Pearl street. One swallow does not make Spring, but one swallow of One Minute Cough Cure brings relief.—J. M. Johnston. The consolidation of tee Natural and Artificial Gas companies, makes tua payment of bills, for consumers using both kinds of gns much more convenient. The person paying for natural gas and who is also a user of the artificial can now pay tx>th bills at the same time at tie new company's office, 317 Pearl street. All bills are due and collectable on the first of each month with customary ton days' grnce. Bills for June, 1SOC, now being due. Children Cry Tor Etcher's Castor la. THE MODERN BEAUTY. Thrives on good food nud sunshine, with plenty of exorcise In the open air Her form glows with health and her face Mooms with its brant}-. 1C her system needs the cleansing action oC a laxative remedy, she uses the gentle and pleasant Syrup of Fig.*. Made by the California Fig Syrup Company. ESCAPED F-HOM'THB LAW. CoustaMe Fiuiui'iiiore of Fulton arrested a young man nraned Asa Burton Saturday uight fo-r lighting, and an. the vray to tliu lock-iip Ihe yoiiin. pushed the officer into a pMc of gravel aud escaped. Tin; trouble arose from a quarrel between Burton and Irrtn V.tnlil.'ir- ignn. GOTSHALL—ROSS. The niimafigc of Mr. Siumiel Gofshnll with SILs-s C:i'tber.me L, Koss, occtirrod Sunday night at tlie W-heatlaufl street M. E. parsonage, the ccremouy being performed by the Rev. 31. A. Hnrlan. Both the young people live in Noble township. They will reside In the city in the future. AVOID CORE-ALLS'. Zoa-Phora Is compounded solely for diseases of women. In Us sphere It has no equal. Sold by B. F, Keeallng aud Ben FJsher. Landrcth Seed Company of Philadelphia, have been seed growers for one hundred and fifteen years. Harrlsoo li their agent !n Case county. General News of Railroads and Railroad Employes. .. Nothing IMS occurred 1 roceuily which lias stirred np ma*tors more than the issuing of a new class tariff from Chicago to the seaboard by" the Norfolk & Western. This -tariff is made oa the basis of the lake and rail rates, and this a^gi-i-ssive move on the parr, of that ruad Is said to htive considerably d!s- curbed the .loint. Tariff association managers, as it means an invitation to a series of rale wars unless speedily chi-cketl. The decision oil' the Norfolk & Western ro publish this tarlll' was readied over a month ago. According 10 ultii-iiU a'ul.horil.io-. that company notified, tiio Tru.n,k Lino association. April :if> that it would like to publish rates such as were allowed to lake and ra-.n linos. Ollieia 1 ! npiu-oval was not gifint- •eil Cl:e XoiTulk & Western, :Uid it tlo- c-Med 'lo carry opt Us dotorminnnon. It !s saiil ili-if tlic Cac;a.[:eakc&Ohio made ;i shn.ilar application, but. its request was ili-niiMl. Thirty days' norier- of Its intention was given by the Norfolk & Western, and it expired a l'vw days ago. c.ieneral Eastern Agent finckuey. (.;(. rl»> Norl'iilk & Western, In explahl- in-;r~!li(> i-rti.sons ot the cut tariff, said: "Our company considers that it is en- t-iiled to -tht- same ni'l'os a,s i.lie lake and rail linns. They are virtnaily tlie same as til 10 ail-rail Hues, because they are owned by tlieni. They have been making as good time and have been offering as good or even belter serivce Ihan our line, and in view of tliu fact rliat we had no lake line, we believe that we ^iioultl be on an equal footiupr. We asked the Trunk Line Association April MO last to sanction our determination to i'ssuo a tariff such ;is we Iiave, but they vlrtunUy declined. Wo are not members oC that or the Joint Traffic Asso ckiiion, and we notified them of on Intention. We have issued a tariff o rates 110 louver Hum 'the lake- and nil rates, only we add a few cents for in sunuiee. We are not rate cutlers. W hope and think if only fair that th Joint Trallic Association will allov, some of our corn-pot M'ors lo mecL 011 fat::IT. It Is only equitable and righi All we have done has been entirel; open and above board. There is not.1) in;: piTsonal about tlie matter, Wi are anxious to maintain, rates, but wi have some righit.s which we wish t< protect." A YEAK AGO.—.IL'NE. A year ago the Southern i-iitwa: acr(im-ed a control-ling interest in tin Georgia Soul.hern & Florida. A year a^o fha plan i'ot tlic; pnrclias: and reorganization of rite Central o: Georgia was announced. A year ago i.he sale of ;the Marietta i<I North Georgia under foreclosure was oi-dored by Hie federal court .-it Ailnnla Ga. A year ago i.ho rittsl,)urg, Akron t ? Wi-st.ern was pin-chased by Calvin S Briee. A year a^'o tliu Atlnnia & Florida Texas, Louisiana & Eastern. Washing ton Southern aud Bristol, Eli-/abeth i North Carolina were sold under foreclosure. A year ago the fwler.-il court at Sal r.-ako City appointed W. H. Bancroft receiver of the Oregon Short Line & Utah North-em to act wj.th John M Egan, previously appoiu.led receiver. b,v the Oregon aud AVyoming courts. A year aso a special train on the Intercolonial railway made the run of 578 miles .from Levis, Quo,, to St. John N. B., in 12 lionirs and 10 minutes aci.ii.il running time. A, year ago F. B. Pa.py was appointed general freight agent of the Plant system and C. W. Pii.i-.ls was made assistant seneral passenger agent of the Baltimare & OJilo Southwestern.-nail- way Age. RAILROAD NOTES. John Hodluger, laborer, is sick. Joe Murphy, of the paint shop, is sick. John Dodds, chief clerk In the superintendent's office of the C. and P. divis- gmoneu Saver SSSBBS aassaasaaa Buyers of Five-cent Dips Will Find satisfaction In,.. Long H^ana Finer, Select _ Sumatra Wrapper, OHLY s CEJITS ncuGurflEalerfgrGuDanola ^ KlBlBIDlUfl CD. SoleDlstrtfiuters Indianapolis sssss from Cleveland,, visiting friends. W. Quh-ck, of the round bouse, is again on daity. WilHuui, Mu.rjihy of the blacksmith shop Is off duty sick. Alex Bail-man, of the boiler shop,went home sick yesterday. Anthony Bender went-to work yesterday after a sol-tons illness. Seventy-six tickets were sold to St. Louis .last Saturday night.. U. S. WHson, of Ivokomo, Is tlie guest of his father, H, Wllsou, of the freight house. C. F. Berg, of tile boiler shop, returned to work yesterday after recovering from a bad arm. The landslide in Ohio on Che Panhandle Is now cleared away and now trains run on time.. Joe Moran, of ihe blacksmith shop, wi-nt to work a tor a three days' lay oft' on account of sickness. Tone.v Bender wa.s overcome by the heat 111 the blacksmith simp Saturday and bail to be taken home. John Blaclcl'ord, the electrician, was at Pui:ti yesterday wiring the new Wabash railroad sanitarium. John Welsch, of rlio boiler shop, hnd a runaway last S.-iilnrilay ami ^-is con- si-ilorably braised about vhe l)ody. l'-red .Ta*orka. a inaehiulst. while adjusting a line shaft lasi Sunday fall and badly sprciinefl lioili ivns^s and bruised liis right lfl£ and skinned hiniselC painfully. I'our of the new steel cars just built ar the Carnegie works have been jpecl 10 Saratoga to be-exhibited at the Master Car-builders' Association convention. A large crowd of Germans, liHiug ten palace cars, from Clw.-avro. passed through the city on Sunday night on fhoir way to Pitvsburg to attend tlie Saenjierfest meeiing. 'ie Big Four M. its own expense has begun dredging out the canal at: Bentnn Harbor, so as to allow the bi^ Lake SupLirior stoa-mei-s to reach the Big Four's dock at that point. Edward Fisher, p.-isseuser conductor on the riinhandlo. and his wife, on Friday last celebrated their silver wedding anniversary at Columbus. 0. Mr. Fisher coiiMiicnced on tlie Panhandle as water boy. General Manager Loroe, o.f the Pennsylvania lines west of Pi't.lsbnrg, was in Toledo on Saturday, accompanied by Superintendent Watis. in.<pwtinK the terminals at that point and con-iiduring conieinplated Ltsprovemouts. The Pwinsylvauia on Friday com- inonci'd [iityiug rlie rceeiUly ilc-claved .dividend, women stockholders being paid lii-rtf, 'ihe men coining in next day. The Pennsylvania has many, permanent stockholders who regularly call for tliolr dividends. ft required S3. '2:.a,."i40.'- ) .3 to pay oil! the last dividend HOW'S THIS! We offer One Hundred Dollars Re ward for any case of C.-Uarr'j Unit cm not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure! F. J. Cheney & Co., Props., Toledo. O. We, the undersigned, have known F J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and be llevc him perfectly honorable in all bus iness transactions and financially able to carry out any obligation made by tb< fit-in. WEST-& TRUAX, Wholesale Drug gists, Toledo, 0. WALDING. KINNAX & MARVIN Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, 0. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internal ly, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Price TJic per bottle. Sold by all druggists Testimonials free. IMPERIAL COUNCIL, NOBLKS OF THE Ml'STIC SHRINE. For the above mewing, which will be held at Cleveland, 0., June 23 and 24 the Walxish railroad wilTSell excursion tii'ckete, .Tune 22 nud 23 at rate of $7.74 for die round trip, not good, for return after June 215th. National Session, Junior Order United American Mechanics, Denver, Colorado, .Tune IGrh to 20th.—For this occasion thb Waonsh.railroad names a rate of $32.80 for tlie round trip to be sold June 12 ami 13. Tickets CM be extended wo as to be good returning to anil Including July 15t]ji Republican convention at' St. Louis, Jtfne 16, the Wabash railroad will sell round trip tickets for zneetlug named above on June 12, 13, 1-1 aud 15 good to return to and including June 21; rate fS.20; no stop-overs allowed. C. G. NEWELL, Agent. NOTICE. lo the Members of Hie Continental Fraiternal Union, Logansport, Ind. There will be a special rally o£ all the members at the hall, corner of fourth and Market street, Wednesday jvenlcg, .Time lOtili, at which time the Supreme Chancellor will be here and deliver a lecture which will be of in- erest to every member. Come out and irlng your friends.—By order of. the 'resident. T-he damage suit of Mrs. Chas. ;rnevick of Pern against Sam B. Pat- ei-son, 'late m.iuager of Dolan's opera louse, has boen seit from •llinmi coun- y to the Wabash circuit court. Commencing Saturday May i6th. And continuing for two weeks, we will place on sale, sonic rare bargains, in our Clothing Department. We liave marked medium weight, and summer suiting at COST . . . to close out certain linos. We are offering most excellent values that were never before offered at the price, and to all who are looking for • ' SNAPS . . Come and see us, we will con viuce you that no place In ft city will be allowed to undersell us. Xo matteer wha* they say. We are Overstocked And must move our goods, aud have made a price that will do it. Our patrons are advised to take advantage of this sale, before it is uio late. Sample Hats, Do not forget that our Hat S ale or sample hats, »c 50 cents on the dollar still conti uucs. Splendid bargains are yet to l;e picked up in this H ne. Don't miss tlie oppor, t unify. JOHN D. FERQU50N & CO. 322 MARKET STREET. J. !> FEKOUSO. \. P-JENK8 INVENTORS AND BUSfNESS MEN. Perspective aud Mechanical Drawlnfi prepared for the Patent Office and tot Commercial purposes. Drawings aud Specifications of Elee- tncal and Hydraulic devices prepared; including Alarm Batteries, Brake*, Coad uctors, Cutouts, Electric Light*, Magnets, Coils, Keys, Lightning Bodi^ Meters, Registers, Recorders Switchboards, Telegraphs, Telephonic Appliances. Electrical Clocks, Hydraulic, BI»- chauical, Mercurial and Rotary Air Pumps, Accumulators, Compressed Air and Water Elevators, Double Acting Drainage and .Force Pumps, Lift mi Oil Cxijis, etc. Byron B. Gordon. Draughtsman and Patent Attorney Spry Bfock, Logansport. Natural and Artificial Gas Bills due the First of each month, ten day's grace. All bills payable at the office of the Company, 317 Pearl Street.. Specia!--Low rates on heaters during the months of May, June, July, August and September. Do You Think of Painting: YOUR HOUSE? If so, I can sell you your paints cheaper than any man on earth. B. F. KEESLING. PROTECT YOUR EYES. The Hlrchberg Optical Co. T)«j well-known Specialists ot New York have appointed „ l>. A. HACK H* awnt for their celebrated Spectacles and Sr« \ Glosses, every pair guaranteed. I>. A. HAUK lias complete assortment and Invites all to sntlstF themselves of tie sreat superlorltyof these good* owr. any nunolacturcd, at the siore of D. A. HACK, Sole agent for Logansport Ind. No Peddlers Supplied.