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John Gray's "CORNER" ON NEW GOODS. While everyone is blowing, striking and trying 1 to push off old . unsalable goods on their customers; John Gray i is gons and filled up his store chuck •Jull of new goods and is selling them lower than some of the old chesnuts that are being offered elsewhere as great bargains, reason why,'he'has no old goods to lose on. Good Goods, good selections careful buying and close, prices . is what has given him the cleanest stock in the State. .••••• FINEPERFUMES :-: A T :-: •: Parvin's :• lected for the using of them. The roads of Cass county should be free and the roads put and kept in the same state of good repair. Some farmers want the government to own the railroads and why not also the wagon roads. FIFTY KILLED. Appalling Result.of a Gas Explosion in Pennsylvania. ;-: I2ffi-st Drug Store. :-: THE following resolutions were passed by the Indiana legislature Monday. : Whereas, It is the sense of this general assembly 'that no appropriation should be made by the State of Indi- arja-to exhibit her resources at such fair/or in any'manner encourage the same, unless it can be made in fact as well'as in name, a World's Fair, and can exhibit the magnitude and variety of our whole country's resources and advancement! therefore Resolved, By the 'House of Representatives, the Senate concurring that no further consideration of said appropriation bill be had until the Senate has finally disposed of said force bill, that this assembly'may know what is to be the character of the exhibit of said World's Fair... This is not the first time that Indiana has figured as a tail to the Solid South. The World's Fair stands independently as an enterprise in which Americans are interested and in which Indiana is- interested. The attempt to injure it by connecting with it any political questions or conditions discloses the un-American character of those making it. The scheme had its origin'in disloyalty. STATE NEWS. Daily Journa Pnblisbed every day to the weeK (except Monday) by W. D. PRATT. TT . uo oo ... so Frice per Annum, per Momh. • WEDNESDAY MOKSISG. JAN. 28. cie Herald (Dem.) thinks legislature has favored trusts •corporations and combines for many years while the poor man has had no stow. As it has been Democratic all this time the Herald is probably riffht. APAKT from any discussion of the ». merits of the McKinley bill, the cold fact remains that this measure was, repudiated by the people at the last election. — Pharos. ..Misrepresented but not repudiated. •^ke American people do not. repudiate •beneficial laws before they have gone into operation and seldom afterwards. THE Fair Election bill was defeated in the Senate Monday by the action of the Silver senators on the cloture ' resolution 'This bill ' was particularly odious to Democracy, and the news of the defeat was received in the hpuse with yells . started by Mills of Texas The vote means that the Democratic party shall continue to ha\e in Congraes and in the electoral t college representation based on a suppressed Republican vote. This i joy, therefore, is ' consistent 'and well -"'founded as was there bitter antagonism to the measure. r A BILL has -been introduced in the -Indiana Legislature compelling insur- i ance companies to pay the full amount lor which property is insured. This " is a bill which should receive careful consideration, In the great competition between, insurance if such a condi- t 'tion were feasible some company would C< have inserted it. The insurance companies claim that such a law places a premium on arson,, and that, is to the hast interests;;' of. the State that the policy holder should stand part of the Tariff Pictures. Our Imports of Iron from Great Britain are steadily falling off as our own capacity for supplying our wants Increases. During the year 1889 we Imported from Great Britain 575,708 tons ^S^Scture^TOn7btiUrietotaUnl890was OD J 522,942 tons. This however, Included tin plate, which we tad not begun to make till very late In 1890. Excluding tin plate and including all other iron Imports, our Importations, which In 1890 were . 239,019 tons Are we not Justiaed in expecting a similar re- ducHon in tin plate imports, now that we are to make them, too? New York Press. TI»ey Oppose it Juct the name. It is not probable that a single Democratic member of the Indiana Legislature has- seen a copy of the elections hill now pending in the United States Senate.—Indianapolis Journal, • THE BIG City STORM. Companies Blizzard In New York Still Badly Hampered—The New England., f NEW YOKK, Jan. 27.—Telegraphic communication from this city with outside points has not as yet b»2n entirely restored. The situation is somewhat Meager Details of the Horror—Brave Soldiers of the Indian Campaign Killed in a Railway Wreck. AX AW.FUT, DISASTER. PITTSBURGH, Pa,, Jim. 27.—A special from Mount Pleasant, Pa,, says a gas explosion in the mammoth shaft of tlie H. C. Frickc Coke Company's shaft, about ten miles from this place, occurred about 9 a. m. Between fifty and eighty men were in the mine at the time of the explosion. Eighteen bodies have been taken out and it is estimated fifty of. the men were killed, A later dispatch says: At the time of the accident there were between fifty and eighty men at work in the shaft, which is not a very deep one. There was a sudden explosion of gas at the point where the men were at work and from present indications it looks as though most of them were killed. The machinery which runs the fail was not damaged and plenty of fresh air has been forced into the mine to sustain the living-, and to allow rescuing parties to entei in safety and bring out the- bodies. The mine was badly wrecked in places, and it is not possible to get an accurate idea of the number of living or injured who may he buried or imprisoned. There is no fire in the mine resulting from the explosion, so there will be definite news m a short time. It is said that most of the killed are either English-speaking or German miners. T,he shaft is about 100 feet deep, and has a number -of n-aUeries, Superintendent Keighley, who was the inspector in .charge at the Dunbar mine after its accident, has charge of these works. He has organized relief parties and is busily engaged in trying to penetrate the entries. The mines arc on the Sewickley branch of the Southwest Branch railroad, and are about half way between Latrobe and'this place. " BLUK-COATS IN A 1VKECK. ToPJiKA, Kan., Jan. 37.—A disastrous collision between th« north-bound regular passenger train and a southbound special occurred on the Blue Valley railroad at 4:30 o'clock Monday afternoon at Florence, a small station five miles south of Irving. The'special-was carrying about 400 soldiers, part of the Seventh calvary and Battery E, Light Artillery, bound for Tort Kiley on their way home from Pine Ridge agency. The train consisted of seven passenger cars and twenty-four freight- cars, loaded with horses and several .pieces of artillery and ammunition, hauled by two large engines.' The three engines and several cars are a ; complete, wreck. . Many of the soldiers were seriously, and-at least two fatally, injured. The troops-were in charge of Captain Ebley. The killed are Sergeant Schorbat, Battery E, and Private Meil, Troop G, Seventh Cavalry. The wounded number sixteen, eleven of whom are soldiers. l When a similar .bill became a Connecticut a few years ago All the insurance companies retired "Jrom the State/and "no insurance could he iad. Whatever wrong exists in the' payment' of premiums on insurance which,. -in. a total loss, is not paid in full shou^ be .corrected by laws or business judgment preventing over < % insurance - • improved, but several days more of hard work will be required before the telegraph companies can. handle business without serious delay. BOSTON, Jan. 27.— Reports from various sections of New England indicate that the storm of Sunday morning was unusually severe. A great deal of damage has been done to the telegraph and telephone wires, especially inKew Haven; The Long Distance Telephone Company had no • communication with New York Sunday night for the first time, it is said, since the company began business. Fall River, Mass., reports a very heavy snow, and rain-storm until 3 o'clock Sunday afternoon, accompanied by r .,high tides.. The sound- boats _had a ^hard: time around Point Judith, but ' arrived" at Fall River'in safety, although late. At, Manchester, 'ST. H., it is reported that the storm lasted nine hours, and fifteen inches of snow fell, obstructing travel and prostrating wires. Nashua, N, II., reports the worst storm of'the season,"'twelve inches of snow- falling-,'obstructing horse-car travel and delaying trains.. Haverhill, Mass.-, was entirely ciit off from communication, with the outside. .world. Considerable damage to.'trees.'lias been done. The gale at New'Bedford was heavy some damage" was done to roofs chimneys. ••'•.•;''•; — ;_ CHILIAN REBELS WINNING. -Elections Bill Resolutions Are Passed by the House. Resolutions Adopted. Ind., Jan. 28. — Tbe 'liouse Monday, after a long- and vigor- : ous debate, adopted tlie following resolutions by a strict party vote: "WHEREAS, a bill bus been introduced into this General Assembly providing for the appropriation of $-300,030 t,o malte a display of the industries and resources of this Stato at the world's fair to be held at Chicago la 1893; and, "WHEREAS, The measure now ponding in the United States Senate known as the lorce bill Is a revolutionary measure, which, if it passes the Senate and becomes a law, will involve the people of ttto Southern States in -a race war, will prostrate tlie industries of many of the States of tbe Union and will disrupt the amicable commercial and social relations existing between the North and the South; and, "WKEKEAS, If such measure shall become a law and such conditions thereby be brought about, the world's fair will become a sectional Instead of a National affair, will fail to adequately exhibit .and display the magnitude and variety of our country's resources, will fall short of the purposes for which It was contemplated and will bring a stain and reproach upon our whole country; and, "WiiErtKAR, It is the sense of this General Assembly that no appropriation should be made by the State of Indiana to exhibit her resources at such fair, or in any manner encour- a~e the same, unless it can be made in fact as well as in name a world's fair, and can exhibit the magnitude and variety of our whole country's resources and advancement; therefore, "Jlenolced, By the House of Representatives, tbe Senate concurring, that no further consideration of said appropriation bill be had until the TJnite'd States Senate -has finally disposed of said force bilt, that this assembly may know what is to bo the chameter of the exhibit of said world's fair." The Senate lias engrossed the bill r ; e- quiring railroad companies to maintain suitable waiting- and toilet rooms at all stations. The bill prohibiting- towns and townships from voting- aid to rail•roads was also engrossed. A bill which has the indorsement of the labor unions has been introduced in the House proposing the establishment of a State court Of arbitration for the trial of cases in which the interests of laborers are involved. • A new system of taxation in Indiana- is proposed by the General Assembly. It contemplates the repeal of all existing State tax laws and the substitution of a system of taxation of railroads, corporations and collateral inheritances. At present railroads are taxed for State purposes and in addition pay local taxes in counties through which they pass. It is proposed" under the nexv scheme that all this tax shall be paid directly into the State treasury, and-it is calculated that under this arrangement the annual revenue from railroads alone will be in excess of §2,000,000, whereas the total from all other sources is now only 31,100,000. J. The Ifcaiv ft Dead Letter. TEKKE HAUTE,' Ind., Jan, 28.—Judge Taylor decided the injunction suit a-ainst the King saloon ordinance Monday. The effect of the decision' is to prevent .prosecutions under the ordinance -except a test case now • pending, on which Judge Taylor will'give a decision* Wednes' day. There is no longer any pretense of enforcing the State law and saloons are doing business at all hours without dis<mise. .The King ordinance provides forlocked doors and on this ground is held to be a deprivation of private rights and therefore unconstitutional. Highest of all in Leavening Power.—tf. S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17. 1889. /! ABSOLUTELY PURE Cut Her TliroiitVith » Razor. DECATUK, 111., Jan. 27.—The trial of William II. Crawford for the murder of Mrs. Colonel Mathias began in the circuit court here Monday. Crawford confesses that he cut the woman's throat with a razor in u corn-field Bear her home on the night of July 25, 1690. He says lie murdered Mrs. Mathias because he loved her. His defense will be temporary insanity. Ruffife Robinson, a well-known colored man of I/gcms, Kan,, dropped dead in church SmAay afternoon. When the congregation rose to sing he stood To Pay Peters' ijbbtfc - . "' GHAXU RAPIDS,' Mich.,: .Ian. 27.—Receiver Withey of the R. G. Peters Salt & Lumber Company has negotiated with Grand Rapids parties and Detroit banks ?200,000 of receiver's'.certificates. The money raised will be used to pay the claim of Loutit, of Grand Haven, under inSrv.eticr.is from the Federal Court. This action releases about 40,000,000 feet of good pine a.v.d will permit the receiver, to go ahead vnth the business. TO Move AViscoBSln'it Capital MIJ-WAUKKK, Jan. 27.—There ,;is a -movement on loot to make this city the- 0 -- 0 ~- -,4. 4.1 capital of the State. The bill has al- np,but suddenly fell heavily to_the | ^ teen drawn and w ill probably be- presented, to. the Legislature within &-•• few days. At present it is in the hands. floor and expired almost instantly. Heart disease was the trouble. THE MARKETS. Grain. JfroviiiloiiK, Etc. FLOUR—Quiet and lower. SprLaK Wheat patents, S4.50&4.75; Bakers',. S3.2rxS3.r.O; Winter Wheat Flour, $4.00@5.00 for Patents, M.40@150 of a Milwaukee Assemblyman, but the idea is to have a country member introduce it. . .,-.-. ;•• Commander-in-Chief WMJ.. ^ ^ ea$ey, of the G. A. R., has appointed ex-Governor E. J- Oglesby a member of the National .memorial-hall committee in. and and THE election held in Fairfield.Perry, Scheffield and Wea tow oships on Sat" -urcUy on the proposed freeing of the remaining gravel roads in the county, •while not a complete Victory ia favor o f their purchase is a great step in that direction, and will result in the •purchase of all'tbe roads voted on except about 2-J miles known as the Snoddy road, on the township line.; The Burlington. Dayton and Pottit gravel loads,-which while under pri-' vate control, 'have- kept more .trade from Lafayette than any other running into the-city,'will be open and •free to alias soon as the commission-. k 6rs«an complete all .the details.— < J/afayette Courier. T The above clipping shows the pro., gressive character of adjoining counties Many farmers are opposed to ! -f re e gravel roads in Cass county who should favor them. The highways " which bhould be open to the world are Continued as toll roads and toll col- •-••• CURBENTJ5YENT.S. .;; .William Evans,.' of Lima, 0., was rored to death'Monday by an infuriated bnlL ''-,, ""'. '•'" .. . E G. Rankiri'; a tailor oi Eau Claire, Wis':, has failed.' Assets, ,$6,500; liabilities, 55,400. Colorado Springs, Col., has a strike of street-car employes because of a disagreement about -wages. The Northern Pacific paint shop at Brainerd, Minn., burned Monday morn-. Ing, e^-using-a. loss of. 550,000. The-'8-year-old daughter of Albert Boushke, of Beaton Harbor, Mich., was burned. to ; death Monday, her clothing _ satching fire,at a stove. " -Miss Grace Gridley, of Amb'oy, -111., aged IS, awoke Saturday from a trance of nice months'duration.' She lost little neshj-biit'is unable to talk. When the new administration took charge of the land office at Austin, Tex., recently the accounts of the receiver, Hon. 0. H. Hollingsworth, were found- to be short 812,000. . Trade in the Mononffahela valley _ is reported to be ';.paralyzed owing to the strike of 7,000 miners for an advance in wages. There sbems; to be little hope of arbitrating the difficulty. A special declaration to the United States Government has been signed at Brussels giving assurance that American imports will meet with the most favorable treatment on entering Congo State. They Have Scl/.cd tlie Highways and Ai« Xow Threatening the Capital. LOJTOOX, Jan. 27.—Dispatches from Chili received here by way of Buenos Ayres report the continued success of the insurgents,, who have seized the highwavs in the Coqttimbo district and fired Coquimbo itself. The towns of Tongoy and Torborallilis are blocked and°a battle has been fought near the former place, the exact details of which are not known. Three thousand trooi»s have been dispatched to Tongoy to reinforce the defenders. Limacho also is in the hands of the rebels, who. have seized the manufactories managed by the friends of President. Balmaeeda, and threatened, to, burn . them unless the directors leave town.. Guillota is also invested by insurgents, who- have done much damage to the property of foreigners in that vicinity. -President Balmaeeda is still confident of suppressing the rebellion, and has.urged the foreign Ministers, who threaten to withdraw the ships in the harbor if the conflict continues, to delay their departure for a few days. .The. .schools and hospitals at La Serena are .occupied-.-by the regular troops .from-Valparaiso.. The dissatisfaction continues to spread in the army and more troops, have rebelled. The insurgents are-now making preparations to attack the capital. •Farmers in Council. OMAHA, Jan. 27.—J. H. Powers, independent candidate and contestant for the Governorship of Nebraska, presided at the National Farmers' 'Alliance- convention. There were 125 delegates'and seventy-five others in attendance, all being admitted as delegates. .The States of New York, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana, Missouri, Minnesota, Iowa, Wisconsin, Washington and Nebraska are represented. Klown to Pieces. ' CAEMEL, N. Y., Jan. 27.—Con Connelly, the foreman on the annex dam of the Cannel Storage reservoir,'w;as blown to pieces by the explosion of blasting powder.. Just exactly how the explosion happened is unknown, but it is supposed that Connelly undertook to pry open the lid of the tool box in • which the powder was stored. The sh^ttk was felt three miles distant. jjicd wl U a s-.i.t; AMI His Lips. EMPOBIA, Kan., Jan. 27.—Rufus Robertson, an old settler and one of the best known colored men. in Kansas; while rising..-in.church to assist in singing . on Sunday last suddenly fell for- warden Ms face and died. Heart dis- he c u-,a. — T* Dentil of a TetertLn of 1818. PEWA.MO, Mich.., Jan. 27.— John Wood- teck, aged 101, and a veteran of the -war'of 1812, died tore Monday. He was born in Cohimlxui. County, X. Y. Young Kansas Farmers After Wives. COLUMBUS,'Ind., Jan. 28.—There are a large number of letters coming to this part "of the State just now-from the young- farmers of Kansas. Almost 'everf mail brings'a letter to some young lady here from some young- man she knew a few years ago and who "went West .during the great Kansas boom. The letters are interesting. Some state plainly that the writer is in search of a wife and wants one badly, while others mention the deed to the homestead and hint at matrimony. Indiana's New State Auditor. . ISDIANAPOLIS, Ind., Jan. 23.— J. Oscar Henderson, editor of . the Kokomo. Gazette-Tribune, on Monday became Auditor of'.State,-.succeeding- Bruce Carr, who has served two years. Joseph T. Fanning, - of Indianapolis, becomes Mr. Henderson's chief deputy, and George W/Duke, of Kokorno, will have charge of the .insurance department. . • Reported ratal Gas Explosion. STBAI-FORD CITY, Ind., Jan. 28.—It is reportedhere that, a terrible explosion, occurred-at Mill Gvov.e, this. county, Monday at a gas well: .now being drilled by the Salmonie Gas Company. The report states that three men were seriously burned and injured, one fatally. T-hereisno telegraph communication witli Mill Grove. Sale of a Aotcl. - INDIANAPOLIS,; Ind., Jan. 28.—The; New Denison Hotel,, famous as. Republican headquarters .during- the last Presidential campaign, has been sold by Judge E. B. Martindale, the Indiana commissioner to the world's fair, to D. p. Erwin for $225.000. George Miller's Murderer Held. POHTLAUD, Ind., Jan. 28.—The preliminary examination of Joseph Shearer .for the murder of George Miller resulted in his being bound over to court on the charge of murder in the first degree and he was remanded to jail. . . ' Damage i Awarded, BX.OOMHTGTON, Ind,, Jan. 28.—In the suit for §50,000 instituted by Mrs. Ida Pearson, of Bedford, Ind., against the Louisville, New Albany & Chicago Kail way Cpmpany for injuries received in a collision, a jury awarded her §5,000. Not a Dynamiter. SHELBYVILLE, Ind., Jan. 28.—-The trial of Willard Thrasher, one of the three allegeddynamiters of Brookfield, which commenced last Tuesday, ended in the acquittal of the defendant. Jumes Miller, of Kokomo, Ind., was sent to jailMondiy for thnty days foi refusing to answer the <]uestions ol a census taker. Francis Muiphy, the Kreat temperance evan- geli-tt, id ill of nervous piost ition from over- •wcrlr Mr. Murphy is M the homo of J. V. Shipp in Mornstown, Ind CORN—Moderate trading at a lower range. No. 3 and No. 2 Yellow at 49J.JC. - February, 48!$ OATS-Steady. ° No/'s cash, 43«©44c; May, 453£@4(ic. Samples in fair demand and steady. No. 3, 43@45c; No. 3 White, «-/jZt45?ie; NO. 2, 44@44'/,c; No. 2 White, 48@47i£c. RYE—Quiet and slow, but unchanged. No. S cash, 7ic: February, Tie, and May, 7-Jc. Samples: 71J4<S72«o for No. 2, and 67«60c for No. 3. BARLEY—Slow and easy. Poor, 5S@60c; com- mon'to fair, 62©e5c; good, 66@CSc, o,nd choice, MESS PORK—Martlet quite active and prices ruled lower. Quotations ranged at I9.62KO8.7S for cash; J9.60©9.63'/ 2 for January, and $10.07!4@ 10,277, for May. LARD—Rather active and prices ruled lower. Prices ranged at *5.67H@5.70 for cash; J3.67M© 5.70 for February, - and J5.80@5,S2',4 lor March, and J6.05O6.OTKj for May. BUTTER-Creamery, 18@27c; Dairy, '12@20c; Packing stock, 6@9c. POULTRY—Live Chickens, 7H@Se per • ID; Live Turkeys, 5®8«c per Ib; Live Ducks, 7i4© 9c par Ib; Live Geese. S3.00®5.50 per doz. OiLS-Wisconsin Prime .White, Sc; Water White 8^c; Michigan Prime White, 9V$c; Water White, 10?ic; Indiana Prime White, 9Mc- Water White, lOo; Headlight, 175 test, 9j/,c; Gasoline, 87 deg's, Me; 74 deg's, 9?Xc: Naphtha, 63 deg's. Be. Liqrjons—Distilled Spirits ruled ilrm at 51.14 per gal. for finished goods. ~~NBW YORK, Jan'. 27. WEEAT-Dull, -8@«c lower and easy; March, $1.06Sc; May, S1.04«@1.W54; July, 9S^©982iC; August, 95 15-16©96%c- CORX-DuU, !5®«c lower and easy; No. 2, 612£©83c' steamer mixed, 61i«@6~9ic. ' . OATS—Dull, «c lower; Western, 50@GOc. PnovisroNS-Beef—Firm and Quiet; Plate, «7.00®7.5(): Family, $9.00@9.50. Pork-Steady ondquK New Mess, S11.50@I1.75; Old Mess, S9.75O10.,:.; Extra Prime. $9.00@9.50. Lard- Quiet and weak: Steam-rendered, 56,00. CLEVELAND, O., Jan. 37. PETROJ-EUM-Easy. Standard white, 110 deg. test, 6i£c; 74 gasoline, 9c; SB gasoline, ISc; 83 naphtha, 7c. Live Stock. CHICAGO, Jan, 27. CATTLE — Market active and prices 10@l5c higher, especially on the best grades. Quotations ranged at $5.15@5.70 for choice to fancy shipping Steers; Si40®5.10 for good to choice do • 83 85@4.lO- for common to fair do.; $2.75® 3 60 lor butchers'Steers; $2.25®2.M for Stockers- 5" 10@3 70 for Texans; $3 70*3.85 for Feeders; Sl.2SgS.75 for Cows; 81.5003.00 for Bulls, and SS.OOSS.OO for Veal Calves. HOGS—Market only moderately active. Prices lOc lower. Sales ranged at S2.70®3.40 for Pigs; J3,a r )®i.tiO for light; J3.45@3.55 for rougtt.pack- ing; 13.4303.65- for mixed,, and S3.55{j;3.75 for heavy packice and shipping lots. . IT EXECUTIVE CHAMBER. ---IS Annapolis, J»*., Jan. 6, '90. "I Jta,ve often «8«d ST- JACOBS Oil*, and And it a food Idntment." ELIHU E. JACK60M, f THE Cov - ofMd - BEST. BEECH AM 8 PILLS cure SICK HEADACHE, 25 Cents a Box. OB* -AT- Umdensed. K. K, "lime-fables. Pittsborg:, Cincinnati, Bradford Otrtslo* 2:86 a m*.... JEast«f.iExpres» IJSpm* " "' ' LUTB 8-00 a rot A BAD SKIN.DISEASE •On"Limb 5 Years. Bedridden 3 Years, . Doctors and Medicines Useless. - : • Feared Amputation. Cured by Cuticura at';:C6st of $3.50 Now Does Her Owi Work. " ' A Wonderful Cur;!:). I must write and tell you of the success I have had In mtoK the Cutlcuia, Remedies'. Inad been trauWed tor nearly live years with skin disease to the rlgnt limb, and all the doctors In this clw could <io nothing for It. I tried eyarytlng. -intll atlStItnoughtIshould.haveto.haye tb» limb amputated at ffie knee. It was swelled to twice 'the natural- size, and 1 could- .barely J )pble around:on cratches. I was in the liduse part of the time bedrldden/for three' rearsi.and^could not set out. •-I happened to-look to the ne ™ 8 P a ; per and saw the Cuticura advertisement, and as a last resort'trled that I used wo. bottles of he Resolvent and three boxes oJ the Cuticura I am now able to do all mr work, both in house aid Sut oi .toors, and my limb Is as natural as could possibly be under any circumstances. It Is a most wonderful cure I had given up .hopes ot ever belnR wel again. II this will beneilt you, you are welcome toTusTit to the best advantage. Any one n.-t crediting this can find me by addressing- me aUhe M a ?s°lSlET C 'sT'lCKLER,Iowa City, la. 420pmt. Accommodation 9:45 a mf .Marlon Accommodation 4.SQ p ml Bichmond DlvtaMn. , 8^0am*....Nlglit Expres> — 1MO a mt Accommodation... 1:30 p m«....r>ayExpress........ llsiO p rot—- .Accommodation ^ao p mr Indianapolis IHviston. 2 20 a m*....NightE^presB.. 130 p m*.... Bay Express Chicago Ulylalon. .*..-. .Night Express £10 a m«- t FastLlhe lyo p m * l:47pmC.".:.'.V.:Fart Line W7p rail SOa mt.... ^Accommodation. *-«)pOTt 7:15 pmt Accommodation 6:16«my• State Line Division. 1:30 pmt.... Mall and Express gJOsmt. 1-45 fimt Express 7-JJSpmt, IIOB aSf..'.'.:::Loc&lWgM U-X a mf Trains marked * run dally. Trains marked t run dally except 8m>dw. Vand.nllftl.lne. 9OOTO BOTND. Local Freight..... •*.•».•* Tene Haute Express..™ .,«,„.„ Mall Train Z.-lOpm- HORTH BOUND. Local trcIgHt......'......'...'...™ 5flO a m. Mall Train - 1 2;5 S S South Bend Express—.. *•• gsg p m Through Freleht 8*» P ro Close aamectlDM. lor Indianapolis rta OoU6» now made by all our jpassenger traint—J. C^ Edgworth; agent New York Expres, dally.-. ....... .- . . - 25^ a m Ft Wayne(Pas,)Accm.,except Sunday 8J8 a m Kan City & Toledo Ex.:exceptSundaylMS a m Atlantic-Express, dally.-., .......... ..-.. jW«I> » Accommodation Frt.. exceplSunday. 936 pra Pacific Express, dally:.. ..... .I........—. £52 a m Accommodation Frt., except Sunday_I2.06 p m Kan City Ex., except Siinday............. | :« p m Lafayettetras) Accm.,.except Sunday 6<8 p m St. Louis Ex., dally. . ...... :. ....... • — .10»2 p ffi Eel Blvcr Blv.,Xogan»p»rt, "Went Side? Between loganoport and Chill. BAST BOUND. , • Accommodation, ex. Sunday, Leave 10-00 a m Accommodation, ex. Sundayjieave.. WO P m WBST BOKO), t Accommodation, ex. SnndayArrlve.^ JO a m Accommodation, ex; Sunday. Arrive- 4:10 P m . WANTED, W ANTED^25 Carpenters Works. Waiting, Ind. at .Standard Oil EN WANTED; Good salaries; erowin Cutieura Remedies Are the greatest shin cures, blood hnmnr rpmedles of modern times. soTent toenewBlooUaiid Skin. Purlner. inter- n-aiy (to cleanse the blood of all Impurities- and poisonous dements), and Cuticura the neat Skin Cure, and Cuticura Soap, an exaulslte Skin Beautlfler externally . to clear the skin and scalp, Sid restore the hair), Instantly relieve and speed* cure every secies of Itching. h burn ng. w-Sv craswd pimply, scrofulous, and herecJltary msTaVeTand bSno?s of tbe skin, sraiip and Wood, with loss of hair trom infancy to age, from pimples to scrofula. Sold everywhere. Price. : Cuticiira, 60c. ; Soap, 25c • Eesolvent, $1. Prepared by the. Potter. Drug and Chemical Corporation, Boston. EP'Sehd'lor "How to Cure Skin "Diseases,"' 64 . 50 illustrations, and 100 test nl n/lPLES, black-heads, red, rough, chapped, F1M and /oily skin cured by Cuticura Soap. W ANTED a few persons in each place to do writing at'borne. Enclose lOc. for 400 page bookwlifpartlculiSs to J. H. Woodbury, Station p, New York Ci'y. . ^ALES5IAK-An enereettcman wanted topush : Anns ;x. v. •\TTANTED-Ari- active, reJIaWe man-naJary ' W ; S?0 to *80 monthly, with increase/ to represent In Ms own section a responsible §™k House.' References, ifannfacvorer, Box 1685,.New Vork... : - *r»C tri (POCfi.AJlOXTK.caniemade> ml O 10 3) fiD\J working for us. Pernoni preferred who can furnish a horse and Rive their whole time to the business. Spare moments may to profitably rmplojed-aJsaVftw vacancies^ Towns and cities.:. 'B..* JOHNSON 4 O>., 2600 vraln Sf . . hmond. marldly ACHING SIDES AND BACK, iHip. kidney, and uterine pains and weaknesses, relieved In on« miaute b> the Cuticura Anti-Pain Plaster, the first ___, and only instantaneous pain-lulling, ^strengthening .plaster. W salary^H'3"to'#i6o,to"i6callj-represent a , successful N Y Company 4ncorated -to-isnpply Dry Goods Clothing. Shoes Jewelry, etc.. to con. , burners at cost. Al*oal>ady of^tact%Halary ««>, to enroll members iM.OOO. ijpw enrolled! S1O« 0<M> paid in). Beferbncas- excharugeii- Empire Co-operatlAe Assorlatlon (credijf »w d) Lock Box 610. K. •"