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Logansport, Indiana
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Thursday, January 22, 1891
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'0 H N GRAY'S "CORNEB", "Wishes to return thanks for the best Holiday trade he ever had in his twenty three years of business ex- perienbe-in Loganaport and now pro. poses to inaugurate a special sweeping out sale on cloaks, shawls, blankets, comfortables, and all Winter goods left, on which a liberal discount will be made. Sale to commence on after the publication of this, notice. P. S. Come at once,. THE time to discuss politics-—moral questions—is the time when public interest in them is aroused. Our esteemed contemporary should remember this and pardon the necessary political features of the discussion. The Journal has never hesitated to give,its views on current topics. The criticism of the Pharos see as more colored with' unaccountable anger than with truth or-reason. NOISY SESSIONS. Statesmen Do Much Talking and .but Little Work. Scenes of Confusion Appear to the Order of the Day in Both House and Senate. Be FINE PERFUMES FOR THE Ho lid ay s :-: AT :-: :-: Parvin's :-: L-: 12tll-st Drug Store. :-: Same Hero. The citizens of Lafayette; Ind., and two adjoining townships will vote next Saturday en the question of buying •and freeing 1 the remaining toll roads in Tippecanoa county. The election is sure to result in making the roads free and then Tippecanoe will not have a toll gate within its borders. In Allen county the farmers prefer toil roads. They like to be fleeced.—Ft. Wayne Journal, O,- "Giddy, Giddy Gout." Connecticut with two Governors, one half-way in, the other half-way out, reminds one of the old army song: "When you're up you're up. And when you're down you'ie down, Am! when you're half-way up You're neither up nor down " —Inter Ocean. Tariff Pictures. Is the tariff on horse blankets a tax? can be be bought i'or They Daily Journal. T JPoblished every day In the week (except Monday) byrw.|D. PRATT. .Price per Annum, - ... JPliee per Monih. - - - - - *tt OO 50 MUKN1NG. JAN." 22." while the McKinley dut7on them Is 65 cents, 72.8 cents. —New York Press BITS OF INFORMATION. REPRESENTATIVE OWEN'S BILL,. Representative Owen, of this State whom speaker Reed placed at the head of the special committee on emigration |f\and naturalization, began his work by a series of investigations designed to afford the committee an accurate idea of the evils to be remedied and the measures necessary to insure .the change. As the result of Len month's work Mr. Owen, for the committee, las made a report giving the results of its investigation. The committee expresses the opinion that the present .restrictions upon emigration are sufficient if they could be enforced. That is, we have enough law if we had some method for securing its enforce- inent. Mr Owen has, however, presented a bill in behalf of the committee xhioh is designed to simplify and j clearly specify the classes to bo excluded and the course to KJbe taken, to keep them from coming 1 to jthis country and to sendt hem back tteij'tjhey have come. The Owen bill iexcludes idiots, insane persons, pau- Cpers, c<?rt ioth.e.r persons likely to become |apubUccGharge, persons suffering from a loathsome or contagious disease, peisona who have been convicted of elony or other^'-"infamous crime • or sfneanbr involving moral turpi- ttude,'p'olygamista, and persons whose ^transportation Has been paid for by Canada is invited to the International Postal convention at Vienna next May. An unknown disease is proving fatal to horses in Nemaha County, Kan. Seven fishermen have crossed the Zuyder Zee on the ice—not done before since 1740. The river Tagus and the Ebro, which flow through Saragossa, Spain, are covered with ice, the first since 1S29. Tuesday ,T. C. Trueman purchased Ralo Alto Belle, 1 years old, 2:33#, of Miller & Sibley, of Franklin, 0.. for 515,000. Wil'Jiam Dillon, of Rawlins, \Vyo., a character in the West, shot a bar-keeper dead at Ogden Tuesday for refusing to drink with him. • The Missouri Prohibition conference at Sedalia Tuesday decided to put a corps of organizers in the field in anticipation of the campaign of 1392. There were earthquake shocks in Switzerland Tuesday, and simultaneously three skaters were drowned at Genoa harbor. The ice was broken by the shock. At Toledo, 0., Tuesday Seth Earnest, a_shipping clerk, attempted to murder his wife and, supposing he had done so, placed a revolver to his head and shot himself dead. Receiver Marshall Tuesday sold the Dayton, Fort Wayne & Chicago rail- road'to representatives of the Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton railroad for £1,454,000 cash. • Seven thousand dollars was found Thesday in the hut of a hermit on the banks of the Connecticut river. The miser died recently in squalor, and the find of property is a surprise. At Morristown. Pa., Tuesday Colonel Theodore W. Bean, prominent in Re- HOUSE. WASHINGTON. Jan. 21.—The storm which swept over the House Tuesday has not yet moved away from the skies of the House. There was a rumbling in the air and .Messrs. Mills, Bland and Rog-ers criticised the coiyluct and rulings-of the Speaker. The Speaker retorted in kind. There was no demand at the morninn- session for the reading- of Tuesday's journal in full, but when the reading- of that document in its condensed form had been concluded, Mr. Mills (Tex.) objected to its approval and stated that he desired to debate the question. At the same moment Mr. McKinley (0.) was.on his feet with a demand for the previous question on the approval of the journal and he was recognized by the Speaker. Mr. Breckin- ridg-e (Ky,), claimed a question of privilege. The Speaker ignored him, and in a tone of great severity put Mr. McKinley's motion and declared it carried. Mr. Mills demanded a division, in which the Democrats refused to vote. Mr. McKinley demanded the yeas and nays, which were ordered, the Democrats ag-ain refraining- from voting-. The. journal was finally approved, and Mr. Mills took the floor and said that he did not know the reason which led the Chair to make the decision he had on the motion offered by himself. The Chair had not. condescended to state- his reason but he did not know that there was in all the history of the House but 'one other decision' of like character. The action of that Speaker and the present one stood out in solitude wrapped in the mantles of their own originality. Mr. Townsend (Col.) rose "and remarked- that in view of the attacks on the Speaker and the personal insults directed to him he thought that something- should be done to correct such a •state of things. The Speaker then said he felt that his services to the country would be appreciated later, and that this impression was confirmed by the virulent attacks which had been 'made upon himself by the minority; "He had discharged the duties of his exalted position according- to his conception of the rules, and would continue to do so as long as he retained the position to which he had been chosen by the House. SENATE. WASHINGTON, J-an. 31.—Senator Aldrich's (R. I.) resolution to change the rules of the Senate, in order that debate may be stopped whenever the majority want a vote, was taken up by the Senate for consideration Tuesday. Senator Harris (Tenn.) for the Democrats, raised the point that the notice which the rules required had not been given, • and discussion on that point lasted till adjournment. Senator George (Miss.), who yielded the floor for Senator Aldrich to move that the cloture rule be taken up. en- FROM HOOSIEEIIOM. Do!nga of the State Legislature— Other News of Interest. INDIANA TOLLS, Ind., Jan. 23.—The Indiana House of Representatives on OTesday discussed the question of investigating the management of the Michigan City prison by Warden Murdock, as suggested by Governor Hovey in, :i special message - last week. and it was finally decided tliat the regular committee on prisons should make thorough inquiry into the matter. It was directed to begin the investigation immediately, was given all requisite powers and was specially instructed to call on the Governor and Board of State Charities for information as to the irregularities of the warden in the management of the prison. The session was largely occupied in discussing a bill proposing to limit the jurisdiction of grand juries to the investigation- of felonies. It was argued in support of the measure that serious evils had developed from the prosecutions for misdemeanors started by grand juries. The Legislature confirmed the Governors appointment of Murray Briggsand Isaac H. C. Royse as trustees o#*the State Normal School. Among the bills introduced in the Senate was one proposing to deprive towns and townships of the power to vote aid to railroads. Senator Howard's bill relating to the removal of the rock ledge' in the Kankakee river at Momence, 111., was passed in the Senate, It-amends the existing law by permitting a change in the location of the channel which the State of Indiana proposes to open. It is expected that this will stop the litigation which has heretofore hindered the work. Another bill of inter-State importance was passed providing'' for the levying- of assessments on, benefited property-owners in two States where a ditch or a drain is to be dug along a State line. It is understood that the Legislatures of adjoining States wi pass similar bills. Highest of all in Leavening Power.—IF. S. Cov't Report, Aug. 17, 1889. ABSOLUTELY PURE TOUtlug for Congress to Act. MONTRO.MKKV, Ala., Jan. 21.—In the Alabama Senate Tuesday a bill making an appropriation for an exhibit at the world's fair at Chicago was tabled, tc await the fate of the elections bill in Congress. It was argued that if the elections bill was passed it would so injure the State that it would be useless to spend money to induce immigration. Laid In the Tomb. , Mass., Jan. SI.—The remains of the late George Bancroft were nterred in the family lot' in the cemetery here this morning. Exercises commemorative of the dead historian were held in the public schools. THE MAKKETS. Wood Tens HLs Story. RICHMOND, Ind,, Jan. 22.—In the m sane hospital case Tuesday Wood test fied that Blount was unusually talka tive that Thursday night and deter .lined to go home. He gave him mecl icine repeatedly, but it had no ef feet. He sent Attendant Tompkin to'the office for more powerful medicine or the doctors. Blount continued to disturb all the patients in the dormi tory and Wood unlocked the door whereupon Blount assaulted him in the stomach and doubled him up. As he rose up he threw Blount and fell on him. Blount struggled for the door. Wood got his knees on Blount's chest and grabbed his"shoulders. Blount got up, made for the door, and Wood swung him on to the bed. Blount got up again ' and struck him. They clinched and fell ''to the floor. Then Attendent Peterson UJame and they p\it him in bed. Bothers', unless it'is affirmatively shown =that {hey do not belong to the exclud-. =ed classes. While general laws ex--. feluding- the most of these classes are ; on the statute book, Mr. Owen pre- lisents statistics which show that they are not enforced. In New York 23 jper cent, of the population is foreign- lx>rn, but 45 per cent, 'of the insane %areof foreign birth.; ;; While the foreign population is.but'23 per cent., it furnishes 36 per cent, oithe inmates of ^prisons, and 34 per cent, of .those de- indent upon-the , State /for support, flhe same showing is'made in several jother Stages Of the .Native-born, me in 496^8 insane;,-Of ihe ; foreign- >rn, one in 191 -is thos affected. Only one native-born in. 681 is a pau- jper, but^of the foreign-bcivn . there is one pauper to 180. The "Owen - bill provides that any alien who becomes a public charge -within a year after his Arrival ghall be returned to the country-whence he came, at this.expense of ifie stearnehip company that brought Jum While it is not' probable that the bill wnicb. Mr. Owen has reported become a law during the present jeosion, the facts which he:has so .ful- .y brought out -will tend to concentrate public sentiment in favor of such legislation as -will prevent us from being- burdened with the crime, vice and pauperjsm of Europe.—Indianapolis Journal^ publican politics in Pennsylvania, committed suicide .by cutting his throat with^, av-razpr, financial trouble was the cause. . The iron manufacturers of the Jla- iioning and Shenango valleys, Pennsylvania, have formed an organization embracing every concern but one in the two valleys to protect the interests of the manufacturers. HfTHE bill introduced by Senator Magee aufhton/^ng County Commis- 'ioaert, to purchase and make.free, •avel roads, is one that the people of •»s county are vitally interested in. f a county has a surplus in the pry that could be judiciously ex- l?d in that way. al- 1 •• '-'A Crazy JTufiband's Crime. : STOTJGHTON, Mass., Jaia.' 21. — John Gartland, while drunk- Tuesday night, tried to cut his wife's throat with a razor. '• The woman escaped' from him and.Gartland'then'attempted to kill his youngest child, but was prevented by neighbors, 'who had -been 'summoned by his wife's cries. OBe then cut'his own throat'arid died in' a short' time.'" An Opem-Huuse In Anh«is. MINNEAPOLIS,'Minn., Jan..- 21.—The• Journal's special from Winpna, ;Minn., says that, the opera-house,.jn that city burned.,Tuesday .night soon after .the ^performance was finished, The.-Maggie Mitchell Company had .'occupied the kouse fp'r^the evening's performance and some.,of the property of.-the company was destroyed. Loss,..?7,000. .: (^xiiiua ana Kobbecl. CATTLEjTSBUKfl, 'Ky:, Jan. 21.— News has been-received of the''murder and robbery of .the mail, carrier between WhitesburgvKy.,- and Big Stone Gap, Va. The carrier was missing- since the recent heavy snow and was not found until Thursday. He had been shot twice and the mail pouch robbed. There is no clew to the murderer. Curs aiid Depot Burned. NEWARK,' JS. J.;'Jan. 21.- The Delaware, Lackawanna.& Western Eailroad Company's freig-ht depot" at Mount Glair.was burned Tuesday morning. Four Pullman and two passenger coaches, seven ^reig-ht cars, and a considerable quantity of freight was destroyed. Loss, $100,000. deavored to ascertain whether he would be allowed to proceed with his speech, if the rule was adopted, but the Senate adjourned before Senator George succeeded in obtaining- a definite answer to his question. WASHINGTON, Jan. 21.—At the opening of the Senate'session the Democrats demanded the reading of Tuesday's journal in full. The reading occupied fifty minutes. At the conclusion ojjthe reading- Senator Gorman (Md.) moved to strike out that part of the record which declared that Senator Aldrieh's (E. I.) motion to proceed with consideration of the cloture rule was determined "in the affirmative." The Senator claimed that the vote on the motion was not announced to the Senate, the last statement made by the chair to the Senate on the vote being in the words: "The yeas appear to have it:" The Vice-President corroborated the Congressional Record, which showed that he had not declared the vote carried. A discussion then, ensued on the practice of 1 Senators having- their names entered on lists 'for the guidance of' the chair during the pendency of debates'. During the course of the debate several ^en- attempted to put ''-questions to In each instance Senator (S. C;) objected on the ground th.at the chair had on' Tuesday taken c*n : off the floor by deciding that one Senator could not yield the', floor to another Senator-without unanimous consent.' The Vice-President stated that his decision of Tuesday was erroneous in so far as it held that a Senator speaking, had no right to yield to another Senator without unanimous consent, and the ruling was modified to that extent. Finally, after a confusing- debate, the Vice-President reversed hi* ruling of Tuesday so far as it deprived the right of one Sena.tor to interrupt another ex cept by unanimous consent. » Placed a Price on a Kins. IXDIAS-APOLIS, Jan. 23.—Louis Baase, a well-known jeweler and married man of this city, was tried in the criminal court Monday on a charge of assault and battery upon Miss Helen Patrick, an estimable young lady who clerks in .'Sullivan's dry-goods store. The evidence before the court showed that Miss Patrick was going home last Saturday night and was followed by Haase. At tha 'corner of Xew York and Delaware streets he overtook her and forced, his company upon her despite her protestations. After walking a square he threw his arms around her and kissed her tvyice. He was arrested and the court fined him 8300. (iniln. Provisions. .Etc. CHICAGO, Jan. 21. FLOTJn— Quiet and lower. Spring Wheat patents, *4.50«H73; Bakers,' $3.25@3.r>0; Winter Wheat Flour, SU.BOgS.OO for Patents, $4.40:34.50 lor Clears. WHEAT— Ruled firmer. Cash No. 3, 8Sj;@S9c: May, l)4y(j/!95c. COKN— FfairJy active anachigher. No. 2 and No. S Yellow, 48'/,c: February, 49's©49y,c; May 51=i@52;io; July, 03«(aS2Jic. OATS— Hifrher.- No. 2 cash, .42?i@423cf May, 45&(a4rjS;c. Samples steady. -No. 3, 42®42^c; No. 3 White, 4. 1 i©44J4c; No. 3, 43",®iic. No 2 While, 44©45. ..•-•RYE— About steady, yet dulL Quotable— No. 2 cash, TOc; 1 February, 71'^c, and 'May,' 74c. Samples,. TKJs'a^c Jor. No. 3 and'«?@09tf for No. 3. BARLEY— In lair demand and steady. Poor. 55®58o; common to fair, 60@65c; good, G5.370C, and choice, 74©76c. MKSS PORK— Moderately active and prices ruled lower. Quotations ranued at SlO. 10@:0. 1234 for cash; H0.07'/S®10.10 for January, and HO 02J4 ©10.7314 for May, LABJ>— Bather active and prices ruled higher. Prices ranged at J5.70@5,75 for cash; $5.70@ 5.72« for January; S5.72«@5.75 for February andS0.12~@6.1~^ for May. ' " BUTTER— Creamery, 18®27c; Dairy, I2@20c; Packing stock, 0@9c. - - , ..... ,-, POULTRY— Live Chickens, 6©Sj^c per Ib; Live Turkeys, 5@Se per Ib; Live Ducks. 7K@9c per Ib; Live Geese, $2.50@5.50 per doz. OILS— Wisconsin Prime White, 8c; Water White, 8?ic; Michigan Prime White, 9«c; Water White, 10^'c: Indiana Prime White, OKC: Water White, lOJje; Headlight, 175 test, BI^C; Gasoline, 87 deg's, 14c; 74. deg's, 9?ic; Naphtha, 83 deg's. Sc. LIQUORS— Distilled Spirits ruled firm at $1.14 per gal. for finished goods. NEW YORK, Jan. 21. WHEAT— Strong; &®3«c up. March, Sl.OSJj @1.05;4; May, S1.03Jj@1.03S ; June, $1.01 a ; July, 97Jj(^:98c; August, 95!ic; December, 97J-J lire iu--it.Xorth Dakota'Town. • MINNEAPOLIS, Minn., Jan. 21..—A special to the Journal from .Hillsboro. N. D., says that at 4 o'clock a. m. fire- broke put in the building of Potterud & Acker, on Main street, and before it could be checked a half block of stores was swept out of existence. The entire loss will reach 870,000. A HoKpital Destroyed. SED.UJA, Mo,, Jam 23.—The Mis-" souri, Kansas & Texas llailroad Hospital was destroyed by fire here Tuesday. A defective flue avas the cause'oif ' the fire, and so rapidly did the building-' burn that it was with difficulty that the forty patients were rescued. Loss 315,000. For .Equal Suffrage. DISCATUR, 111., Jan. 21.—A largely- attended State convention in favor of equal franchise is in session here. The-principal addresses were delivered- by Mrs. Zeralda Wallace, the venerable mother of r.ieueral Lew Wallace,,and Mrs. Maria .Baldwin, of Roclrfoi'd. - . -•'••;, 8 'A 1" From a. Cathode.. bishop down io the"'",.. ",' Poorest of the Poof'-; all testily, not-only to thd " ' •".''••- virtues of '•'".-• '"-isiJ : ST. JACOBS OIL, The Great Remedy For Pain, but to its superiorly over all other remedies csrpressid.thas: •.-.- '" It Cnres Promptly, Permanently;: wlilch means strictly, that the pain-stricken .seek a prompt relief with no .return of the pain, and tins, they say, SfJuipobSI-OU -will give. This is its nxcellence. •••' E BEECHAMS PILLS cure SICK HEADACHE, 95 Cents a Box. OS 1 ATT. COHN— Firm; ^@?^c up; moderately active. No. 2. 59!4©81c: steamer mixed, Z9y^a59y,c. ' OATS— Quiet and stronger. . Western, -49@58c. PROVISIONS— Beef, fair demand; firm. Plate, J7.00@7.M; family. s !l'«-5;9,50. Pork dull and unchanged; new n: ?I1.50@1I.75; old mess, i.75@10.7r>; extra 'ie, $9.SO@10.00. Lard quiet and.flrm; stcau.-.endered, 86.10. Short-Horn Kreeders Meet. INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., Jan. 23.—J. A. .Ruckles, of Muncie, president of the Indiana . Short-horn Breeders' Association, called the twentieth annual- meeting of-that organization to order Tuesday morning, and delivered his annual address. The secretary reported all .dues paid in and the finances of the'as- sociation in ^ood condition. "Facts' Relating to .the Combination of the Beef and Milking .Qualities of Short-horns': was the subject of a paper by Mrs. Meredith, of Cambridge City. After Saloons and Gambllng-Hotiscg. ••'•"• .'. MITCHELL, Ind.,., Jan. :22.—The-Telig-' ioiis revivals are still in progress: and as :' r a result the temperance feeling is grow-, ing. At a' mass-meeting of the Presby-.: ^erian church Tuesday the citizens selected a -committee which is to select .twenty persons unknown to any • one but the committee who are to see to it that the law is, enforced in regard to selling intoxicating-, liquors and gambling. . ... . ... CLEVELAND, O., Jan. 21. PETRoLEUM-Easy; standard white, 110 deg. est, 6?ic; T4 gasoline, 9c; 80 gasoline, !2c; 63 naphtha, 7c. Live Stock. CHICAGO, Jan. 21. CATTLK—Market fairly active. Quota- ions ranged at &,fiO®5.40 for choice lo ancy shipping Steers; &f.OO@4.SO for .good 0 choice do,; SU3@3.85 for common to fair o.; S2.7aSi3.60 lor butchers' Steers;-:;,S8SS© M CorStoclters; $3.10@2.70 for.Texans;..$3.,70@ 3.25 for Feeders; SI.25@-J.75'for Cows;'$i.5C® 3.00 for. Bulls, and S3.00@5.00 for Veal-Calves. HOGS—Market rather slow and weak and prices 10@15c lower," ranging at 82^75 ©3.35 for Pigs; S3.»®3.60 lor light'; $3.85© 3.45 for rough packing; $3.40@3.CO for rntxei and $ for heavy packing and shlppin lots. . - • Condensed R. R, Time-Tabies, JPlttsbure, Cincinnati,'Chicago A St. .(ClHTHAL TIKE.) AHBTYI ' ' Bradford Division '. 2:3<>am*...,..Easi»t'Expres« IJSpm* }*r~ Lonii, li r 4:20p mt.....Accommodation"...". L™. , 8:45 amf.Marlon Accommodation. 430 p mt A BAD SKIN DISEAS'E On Limb 5 Years. Bedridden 3 Years Doctors and Medicines Useless. Feared Amputation. ' Cured by Cuticura at. Cost. pf.$3.50 Now Does, lier -Ow.n Work.. ; .. A Wonderful Cure. .'. Jealousy Causos a. Fratricide. SHELBY, 2X~, C., Jan. 21.—Erastus Will; iamson, -who was to have been married to Miss-.Areliah Thompson Tuesday, was stabbed to death Monday night by his ypunger brother Charles. The murderer was jealous of his brother and killed him to prevent the marriage. > May HHVC B^en Murdered. . SOUTH BEND, Ind.," Jan. 22.—Phillias Phillion, an old resident of this city, has been mysteriously missing since Monday. Foul play is suspected. •S . . A .Favorable Report. WASHINGTON, Jan. 21.—The House committee on public buildings:: and grounds has agreed to report favorably a bill appropriating: $4,000,000 for ..the erection of a new public building- upon the site of the present Government building- in Chicago. '-.-•;. A Novel Operation. DECATUB, ILL, Jan. 21.—Dr. William Barnes, of this city, has succeeded in grafting- portions of the ribs of a cat into the nose of a young- lady to replace' bony tissue that had decayed and was removed. ...••' End of,aX'onj; Nftp. • WHEATON, Wis., Jan 31.—Mrs/Melvin •White, of this place^wh'o laym a trance twenty-five days, receiving-, no iioiirish- ment but small quantities of. milk, revived on Tuesday. Indiana's Base-Ball. Leagao. PEKU, Ind., Jan. 23.—The Indiana State Ease-Ball League Association met in this city Tuesday night and organized for- the season of 1891. Eight cities .will be represented, as follows: Peru, Anderson, Port Wayne, Monon, Muncie, Richmond, Lafayette and Kokomo. C. McCullogh was elected president and Louis Schroeder secretary. Exercises a Indiana University. BLOOMING-TON, Ind., Jan. 22.—Foundation day was observed at Indiana -University Tuesday with interesting exercises. Coupled with it was the dedi-. cation of a magnificent library building that has just been erected at a costoj €60,000. The historical address xvas de- livere d by D. D. Banta, dean of the law school. Found Dead In a Swamp. PLYMOUTH, Ind., Jan. 33.—The body of Peter Sheets was on Tuesday found 'Wolf creek swamps;' eight- miles | from this city. He was a well-to-do farmer in this community, but became demented over the loss of property, and; about six weeks ago wandered way. I must write aud tell you ol the success I have bad in mlng the Cuticura Remedies: I had :been troubled for nearly Hve.years.wltri skin disease In the right limb, and all the-doctors In this city could do nothing for It I tried everyting .mtll it last I thought I should have to have the limb •unuutated at the knee. •• 1C was swelled- • to ; twice the natural size, and I could barely ) )bble around on crotches. I was In tie huuse,' 'part of the time bedridden, for tliree years, and could notgetout I happened, to-look la-the .newspaper and saw the Cuticura advertisement, and as a last resort tried that 1 usW two bottles of the Resolvent and three boxes ol the Cuticura, lam now able to do all my work, both In house and out of doors, and my limb is as natural .as ^could possibly be under any circtfoistances. It Is a most wonderful cure. I had given up- hopes ol ever being well again. If tnis will benefit you, you are welcome to us* it to the best advantage. Any one n t crediting this can find me by addressing me at the above-named city. Mrs; HARRIET STICKLER, Iowa City, la. Cutieura Remedies •Are the creates! skin cures, blood purlflers,' and humor remedies of modern times. Cuticura Ee- solveut, the new Blood and Skin Purlfler, Internally (to cleanse the blood of all impurities- and poisonous elements), and Cuticura the greal ykln Cure, and Cuticura SoSp; an exquisite Skin Bcautlller, externally ao clear the skin and scalp, and restore the hair),' Instantly' relieve and speedily cure every species of itching, burning, scaly, crastnd, pimply, scrofulous, and hereditary diseases and humors -if the sum, scaip and : blocid, with loss of hair Irom.infancy to age, from pimples to scrofula. Richmond Division. 5:00am-....Night Express .„„„ lino a mt Accommodation S 5 i-amt l:80p m»..... r )ayExpress 125pm» HsJO p mf Accommodation 2Su p mf. Indianapolis Division, ..'2 20a a*.... Night Express 12A 1 ! am* :':130 p m*....DajExpresi. — Chicago O IT felon. 12:40a m*;...Night Express. „,: 1.05 pm* FastLme I^P'JD»», 1;47 p m* t ....Fast Line Jt-47 p ht«~ 11 30a.mt.....Accommodation 4:3Qpmi 7J5pmt Accommodation...... 6tl5amt State .Line Division. l:30p mt....Mail and Express..... SdOamt 7:45 ami, Express.:.....=.--,725-1; ml lldSamf.. Local Freight,.. "Jni30»mt Tralnu marked* run dally. ••••' " Train s marked t run dally except Sun daj. " Vandallfi Line. BOOTH BOftfi). Local Freight j^ 4 .. s-OCl a m Terre Haute Express 736 a m Mall Train „..__ • 40 p m HOBTH BOUKD. Local FrUght..!..;.... 5*0am South Bend Spress""."'......™'..".'..'.':!" 8:46 p m' Through Freight ,_ ..<8:6Spm^ ' Close connections for Indianapolis rta Oollan now made by all oor pawenger trains.-^'c;' JBdgworth, agent. . WmliBKh Railroad. BAST-BOUND. New York Expres, daily 2:55 a m 'Ft Wayne(Pas,)'Accm.,except Sunday &l8am " Kan City <fc Toledo Ex. .except Sunday 11J5 am "• Atlantic Express, daily. 4:06 p m. Accommodation Irt.; except Sunday. 936 p m -.-;.,. , ,.,:.-. H, WEST BOCKD. ).„•>> > Pacific Express, daily,..- „ 7:62 am. Accommodation Fit., except Sunday-IMG p nv Kan City Ex.,.except Sunday, 3 45 p m Lafayette(Pas)Aecm. ( except Sunday 6-OSp.m St. Louis Ex., dally 1032 pm Eel River Dlv.,JLpganKport, Went,Side -. Between lo«j»nsport and Chtli. •'— -••"'•EAST BOCKD * ' Accommodation, ex. Sunday, Leave .jlO:00:a rha •• *\ Accommodation, ex. Sunday, Leave 4-40pm.,. WEST Bomn>. ' ' t( Accommodation,- ex. Snnday, Arrive. - S10 a in v i Accommodation, ex. Sunday, Arrive.-liO p.m : WANTED. [TT ANTED—25 Carpenters VV Works, -yvhltlns, Ind. at Standard Oa ,JEN WANTED;Gond salaries; growing Western. lflrras.i.'Stat»yourqunlincatIons •to-'KMBLOY- RS ASSOCIATION, CHICAGO..- ,decl7olin, ti Sold everywhere. Price. Cuticura, BOc.; Soap, 25c.; Resolvent, jl. Prepared by the Potter Drug and__Chem!eol Corporation, Boston. .. »-Send for "How to Cure Skin Diseases'," "64 pagss. 50 Illustrations, and 100 testimonials. . •;; .,, ,^ ^ ,.--..••., black-heads, red, rough, .chapped, and oily skin cured by Cuticura Soap. ACHING SIDES AND-BACK,;. Ifflp. kidney,, and uterine pains and weaknesses,-relieved In one minute by the Cuticura Anti-Pain ipi;istes, ; tbe-flT«t and -only instantaneous.. puln-Wlilng, strengthening plaster. >•••-• TEf ANTED a few persons In each place to^ao-), V writing, at home. 'Enclose lOc. for 400 page book with particulars to J. H. Woodbury, Station-V, D, New York CHy. octaidiy ODDOrtunity.. Ceo. » v . S. f, W ANTED—An--active, reliable man-salary - 87O to S8O monthly, with Increase, to re?resent in his own section a responsible ^Jtew t orlt House. References, MamHaOurer, Lock Box J685, New York. :. ' *i).'v * 7 C fn $O en A HIOATH can be ma* (J> / \J l\J (D^OU working tor u». Persone prefen-ed who can turnlsh a horse and give their whole time to the business. Spare.'moments mar be profitably «m ployed also. A few vacancies in towns and cities. B.F.JOHNSON' 4 CO., 2600 MalnSt. Rri..iimond.Ya.., < W ANTED—An Active Man for each section iv Salary #75 to *1OO, to locally represent a successful N. T. Company.ilncorated to- supply \ • Dry Goods. .Clothing. Shoes. Jewelry etc., to con, / * sumers at cost. -Also ; a Xi'ady of tact (Salary O, to enroll members (SO.OOO "now enrolled < 1*100.000 paid in). References exchanged ' Empire Co-operatiAe- .Association 1 (credt*^w •• J d5 Lock Box 610. N. T:

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