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Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, February 10, 1891
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John Gray's "CORNER" ON NEW GOODS. While everyone is blowing, striking- and trying to push off oldl unsalable goods on their customers; Jiphn Gray has gone and filled up his store chuck full of new goods and is selling them lower than some of the old chesnuts that are being offered elsewhere as great bargains, reason why, ho has no old goods to lose on. Qood Goods, good selections careful buying and close prices is what has given him the cleanest stock in the State. .t- 5, f f., I FINE PERFUMES • ':-: A T :-: :-: Parvin's :-: * ;-: 12tti-st Drug Store. :-: Daily Journal. FubUshed every day In the week (except Sonday) j - - by w. D. PRATT. \ Price per Annum, - - - - «O OO Price per Month. ----- 5O TUESDAY MORNING FEB. 10. WAYNE COUNTY, of whichi Richmond Is thte'county seat, is muchistirred up over the apportionment bill. One- half a Senator is given that county whlcn is larger than Cass while Cass county has a half interest in two Senators. The Palladium says: The counties of Carroll, Cass., and Miami have together less votes than •would entitle them to one Senator on the Wayne county ratio, but they have "between them 2 Senators. The whole aggregate vote of the three counties being but 18,972. The apportionment bill is so framed that the:.legislature can be carried by the vole of theDemocratic politicians over tho vote of Republicans, inde- Dendent • Democrats, Alliance men, Labor'organizations and Prohibitionists. 'Cass county which had one Senator under the old apportionment, has occasionally elected Republican Senators .and.is therefore, backed up by Miami and. Carroll and given a half .interest'in two senators.- The bill is framed with a total disregard of pop- uiation and is as bare-faced an outrage as. \yas, ever attempted. .-•, : . TJaEiPharos last November sadly remarked that the benevolent institutions of the State might as well be non-partisari:as-.,they were no gox>d politically!;;. ! This awkward compli- to Dr. Rogers has found a response in the bill of Senator Magee to make the institutions subject to civil service rules/: The bill will probably pass as public opinion is strong in favor of it and the difficulty at Richmond has creS ated*' a sentiment that can not be allowed to go unnoticed. Whatever influence may effect the passage of the bill it is a matter of State congratulation that it is likely to pass and that some of the things • which -have disgraced Indiana will no longer exist. By all means let the State institutions be placed under non-partisan manage inent'.":'.. 1 . A,Btti 1 permitting' a change of county saa;t',"when sixty per cent. of. the voters favor it at the .polls has passed the State ;Senate. and will probably pass the House. Hammond is excited over the'lioea?ure and expects to be the ; county seat' 1 ''-of Lake 'county. Crown Point threatens-to place cannon .'.in.'tlie court house yard and to kill the; first citizen of Hammond who attempts to move the records. The prospect, for a bloody strife seems good. - ' . TAE'Indiana legislature has passed -a bill discriminating against the beef Of adjoining States. This is protection in the extreme. There seems to "be to inclination to adopt measures to preLYeUfctne State from running on Bti$ml bprrowed irom other States. The FiiLHSins: of a Ciinard. Some time^ago the free trade organs were greatly disturbed over the pros pwtive ruin of our canning industries by reason of the increased cost of tin plate. The Republican journals took frequent occasion to demonstrate tha 1 even, if the entire increase in the duty went into the price of tin cans, the en hanced price of the latter would be very slight and would be considerably more than offset by the reduced cos of ssgar. But the price of tin cans n' Baltimore, which stood at $8 per him- dred last summer, before the Mclvin ley bill was passed, has fallen to £2 per hundred.—Mail and Express. Tariff Plctu ren. We have Sad this picture before In iinothi 1 shape, but it Is worth looking at ugaln: The manufacture of Bessemer steel products increased from s In 1874 to 3,281,829 tons in 1S89 or l.ulO per cent This is a veritable Hash of light, revealing the absurdity of the free trade cry of "buy your stee abroad." —New Yors Press. Or to Abolish Uie Postal Service. Some people may have innocently supposed it would be impossible to construct a more infamous gerrymander of the state than the present one. But the artists of the present dynast} have accomplished it. The bill that was introduced this week will nodoubl become the law. Would it not be good idea for the Republicans to threaten to kill the World's Fair?— New Albany Tribune. A Jjarsce G-HH Belt. The Indiana Democratic Legislature is evidently preparing for the campaign of 1802, and has passed a law forbidding the "pumping of her natural gas into any other State." This will be hard on Voorhees, Gray & Co., for they are full of it, and under restrictions are liable to. an explosion at any time.—Inter Ocean. Reformers" to Meet. TOPEKA, Kan., Feb. 0.—AV. F. Rightmire, secretary of the National Citizens' Industrial Alliance, has issued a call for a general conference of reformers to meet in Cincinnati on May 10, 1891, to adopt a platform and make such arrangements for the conflict of 1S92 as the conference may deem fitting. This call is in direct opposition to the wishes of J. D. .Golden, of Emporia, president of the National Citizens' Alliance. Prince JSaudouiu's Deatlu BRUSSELS, Feb. 9.—In view of the conflicting stories regarding the death of the Crown Prince of Belgium, the official announcement sent out to Belgian representatives is of interest. It states that Prince Batidouin, was for some days ill with bronchitis, which at first caused no.uneasiness, but his condition became suddenly aggravated on the evening of J a,miary 22 and he expired the next day. Deiith of an Old Engineer. SARATOGA SPELN-GS, N. Y., Feb. 9.— Jacob Myers, one of the oldest locomotive engineers in America, died Sunday morning aged 72, He began running an engine on the Eensselaer & Saratoga railroad, now the Delaware & Hudson railroad, forty-five years ago, and continued uninterruptedly up to last summer. Ee is known to railroaders all over the country, and was a prominent Knight Templar. He has never had an accident during his long time of service. Sain Jones' Brother Acquitted. CHATTASOOSA, Tenn., Feb. 9.—Charlie Jones, a brother of Eev. Sam. Jones, has been acquitted of murder at Cartersville, Ga., the family home of the evangelist when off the road. . Some months ago Charlie Jones shot and killed one of the most prominent, ne- groes in the town, and for several days past has been on trial. The. jury 'was out but a short time. It, was proven- that the.negro was .advancing on Jones with a knife in his hand. . The «Tim-Kepublic"' Congress. NEW YOKK, Feb. 9.—Hon..WilliamH. Arnoux, chairman of the Pan-Republic Congress, has'issued a call for a meeting of the general committee of 2QQ to take place at Washington, .on April. 10 next.- The "plan and.scope" committee have completed their report, and the other committees are to meet in Washington on April 8 and' 9 to finish their work. • • ' : - ^ Snubbed Jay Gonld. ATLANTA, .Ga., Feb. 9.—When Jay Gould was in this city Governor Northen declined to meet him. He said he objected to him because of his policy of monopoly and his business methods. The common people owed Mr. Gould nothing, and as chief executive of Georgia he could not do Mr. Gould reverence. '_ Death of Davy Crockett's Old Pal. . NEW ALBA.YF, Ind., Feb. 9.—Benjamin F. Fuller, died Sunday at his home in the suburbs of this city. The deceased was ' a messmate of the celebrated l)avy Crockett during- the war between Texas and Mexico' for the former's independence. He was also a veteran of the Mexican and civil wars. Death of an Ex-Congreggruan. RAPIDS, Mich., Feb. 9. — Ex-Congressman Julius Houseman died suddenly of vertigo Sunday evening, aged 59 years. He was the city's most prominent citizen, a man of the people, whose death is regretted by all residents of Western .Michigan. He leaves an estate valued at 5500,000. >~o Quorum. , 111., . Feb. 9.— On the roll 'call. for the"' : sixty-fifth ballot for Senator in the joint session the Republicans refiaming from voting, John M. Palmer received 10J votes — no quorum, and no election. The session adjourned. SAVED FKOM DEATH Miners Rescued from a Floodec Pennsylvania "Colliery, Founc! Alive but Starving by Brav Comrades After Having Been Imprisoned for 115 Hours. C.IIKAT ,10V AT TAE1JI KSCAPK. \VKST NAXTICOKE, Pa., Feb. I).—Th three miners who were hemmed in by water and supposed to be drowned in No. S colliery of the Susquehanna Co Company last Wednesday afternoon have -been rescued alive. The name of the men ore John W. Rineer, Will iam Crag-le and Michael Shelank. They could not have lived much longer on account of the scarcity of air. The men were found by the gang o rescuers at the top of a cross headinj the highest point they could reach which was only six feet above the ele vatio£ reached by the flood. Her they had i waited, in darkness and gloom, but without hope o: rescue. They could hear the throb bing of the great pumps, 6GO fee away. It was not until 3 o'cl%c\ a. m that Georgot,J;!endel managed to floa 1 upon a raft across the water which yet filled the bottom of the main gang way. The imprisoned men heard him as he reached the side they were on anc faintly came the cry to him: li \Ve are up here, all alive and waiting for you."' s Bendel took up the joyous shout anc sent it across .the water in thrilling measures: "The men are found. They are alive!" Two other hardy miners, Anthony Jones and William Bowen, at once plunged into the murky abyss, wading and swimming to the other side, and soon others followed them. The men were reached and brought off the heading to the main gangway. Milk was given to them as nourishment, and at 5 o'clock they were carried upon the shoulders of the rescuers across the water. When the rescuers came to the men they were rapturously greeted, the three miners embracing and kissing them. The two little villages across the river from here, where the men lived, are filled with unspeakable joy over, the rescue. The men had been imprisoned for 115 hours. . HOSTS OF DELEGATES. National Builders' Association Convention at >Tew York — Every City It* Rcpre sented. YORK. Feb. 9. — The National Association of Builders of the United States of America is in convention in this city. The Building Trades Club of New York is the headquarter-s of the visitors. All the morning, up to 10 o'clock, the rooms were crowded with visiting delegates, estimated to be about 'i:30 in number and representing the cities of .Baltimore, Boston, Buffalo, Chitago, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Denver, Grand Rapids, Mich., Indianapolis,. Kansas City, Louisville, Lowell, Milwaukee, Minneapolis, Omaha, Philadelphia, Portland, Peoria, Providence, Rochester, St, Joseph, St. Louis, St. Paul, Sioux City, Syracuse, Washington, Wilmington, Woi-cester and New York. At Masonic Hall, shortly after 10 o'clock, President Tucker called the meeting to order and introduced Rev. T. D.- Chambers, D. D., who opened the proceedings with prayer. President Tucker then welcomed the delegates to this the fifth annual session of the association in this ocity and reviewed the good work of the association during the short time of its existence in the matter of contracts and apprenticeship. The routine work of collecting credentials by the under secretaries then followed, afte'r which the convention adjourned till afternoon. • Leagued Asrainst San Salvador. CITV OF MEXICO, Feb. 9.— It is reported here that a secret alliance has been signed between Gautemala and Honduras against San Salvador. A Gautemalan dispatch says that General Cayetano Sanchez died Sunday at Faltenango from shot wounds inflicted by soldiers. General Sanchez was arrested several days ago for insubordination and was put in confinement. Saturday he attempted to escape, hooting at the guards who followed tiim. The soldiers returned his fire, fatally wounding him. Gautemala is preparing for war and bringing her army, up to the standard required by law. - 1 _ ..-•<. : Sinklnfif Into the Earth.. . ASHLASD, Pa., 1 Feb. 9.— It is estimated that durinj the last year damage aggregating §35,UOO has been done to buildings in this town by the settling of the ground. Some have been wrecked so badly that they had to be torn down and rebuilt. The cause is supposed to be the removal of the pillars of coal in the tnnnel colliery which runs under the southern end of the town. The mine is said to be almost worked out. Death of a Famous Missourlan. KANSAS CITY, Mo., Feb. 9.—Theodore F.-Warner, a pioneer of Northern Missouri, one of the projectors of the first packet line on the Missouri river, and ihe man who started in business the famous Ben'Holliday, of the great over- Land stage system, died Sunday night He was a great-grandson of Daniel Boone. ' , Lost at Sea. NEW YORK, Feb. 9.—The fruit steamer 'Simon.Dumois, for Matanzas, Cuba, s supposed to have foundered off the coast of New York Wednesday nig-ht. She carried a crew of : sixteen men and a cargo worth 533,000. New Denies It. NEW YORK, Feb. 9.—A London cable- Tarn says John C New denies that he xas been offered the position in Presi- [ent Harrison's Cabinet made vacant hy he death of'Secretary Windom. INDIANA. Bits cf Informa tlon from • Varioix Cities, and. Towns. To K<MM»vt»r Trust Funds, iN'in.s.VAi'oi.is, Ind., Feb. 10,-—Litigation "rowing out of the defalcation o County Clerk Sullivan has been begun here in a. suit against the Meridian National Bank. The suit is based upon tin fact that Sullivan spent 812,000 or S15, 000 in the. campaign for clerk, am that, being hard pushed financially, he induced the, bank to carry him. An attempt will be made to show that a soon as Sullivan came into possession of the clerk's office he began using the trust funds of the pffice to liquidate hi; personal obligations at the bank, ant continued to do so until his individua account with the bank was squared The plaintiffs claim that they can trad the trust funds from the clerk's office to Sullivan's private account at the bank The suit is to recover these funds from the bank. A Peculiar Accident. WAHASFI. .Tnd., Feb. 10.—AsaWabasl passenger train on the Chicago & Erii .road left Disco, Ind., Saturday after noon a broken piece from one of the coach wheels threw two wheels from the track, but the accident was no discovered until the train' had gone three miles, when , it was fount these wheels had cut off the heads of ne'arly all the spikes for that distance and a freight train following wa: thrown from the track and eight cars demolished. It was impossible to get a wrecking train from Huntington unti' the track had been respiked. Collision in a Fofj, IXDIAXAPOLIS, Ind., Feb. 10.—Abou 11 o'clock Saturday night on the Gin cinnati. Hamilton & Indianapolis rail road near Rushville the engine of a freight .train 'broke down anc a brakeraan was • sent back to flag the Kt. Louis express Owing to a fog the engineer of the passenger ti-ain failed to see the signa" in time to stop and his train crashec into the caboose of the • freight and threw two or three cars from the track ITire from an overturned stove set fire to the caboose and. an oil car, which were destroyed. Kobbpd, a Eaiik. FOBT WAYNE, Ind,, Feb. 10.—Bank robbers made a raid at Ridgeville, Ind., fifty miles sputh of this city, securing 33,400. When the officials opened the bank at the usual hour Saturday thej found the vault, which was provided with a time lock and was thought to be burglar-proof, had been drilled anc blown open and its contents abstracted. The job was the work of professionals. No clew. Detectives are working on the case. Three Children. Burned. MABTIXSVILLE, Ind., Feb. 10.—Mrs. Hampton Shrout, living, a few miles south of here, left her three children alone in the house while she went on an errand. A 5-year-old girl began playing in the' fire. Her dress ignited, and although her brother and sister tried to save her they could not, anc she was burned to death. The mother returned just in time to save the other two children, who are dangerously burned. ForRcd an Order for Clothes. W ABASH, Ind., Feb. 10.—Charles Sayre, a young man whose parents live near Wabasli, has been arrested on the charge of forgery. Sayre has been working on the dairy, farm of William Carney near Logansport and last Monday wrote an order for a §20 suit of clothes on Harry Frank, a Logansport clothier, signing Carney's name. The forgery was discovered Saturday. Sayre confessed his guilt. Paid for the Driver's Carelessness. IXDIAXAPOMS, Ind., Feb. 10.—A jury in the United States Court Saturday gave a verdict for 85,000 against the Citizens' Street Eailroad Company of this city in favor of Mrs. Nellie Liddy, whose husband was .killed by the accidental discharge of a revolver, caused by the striking of the weapon with the handle of the brake while in the pocket of a driver. Indiana Legislators Junket. TORT WAY™, Ind., Feb.' 10. -The joint committee of the Indiana Legislature on benevolent and scientific-institutions arrived here Saturday morning to inspect the feeble-minded children's asylum in this city. There were about fifty in the party and they were entertained at dinner by Bishop' Blake, superintendent of the asylum. Explosion In a Saw-Mill. MAKTKV-SVILLE, Inf., Feb. 10.—The boiler at the saw-mill of William E. Osmore, near Lcavenworth, exploded Friday. Edward Bowman, George Saltsgiver, Victor Palmer and Joseph Elliott were seriously injured. Elliott :an not recover. The boiler was blown 175 feet away and the machinery badly damaged. Another. World's Fair Bill. OLis. Ind., Feb.. 10. —Another world's fair bill has been introduced in ihe Indiana Legislature^ Eepresenta- ;ive Lindemnth is the author, and it proposes the appropriation of 8200,000 lor the Indiana exhibit. It is not essentially different from the half-dozen other bills on the same subject now lending. Almost Torn to I'leces. SEYMOUR, Ind., Feb. lO.—Boone Hanover, an employe of the woolen-mills lere, was caught in a swiftly-revolving shaft Saturday evening, and before the machinery could be stopped his body was almost torn to pieces. Fatal Duel In Missouri. , ST.- Louis, Feb. 9.—A special from SulHgent, Lamar County, says: John Oldshue and T J. Beck had a quarrel about the ownership 'of a brick kiln and agreed to fight it out with shot- j-uns. Beck is dead and Oldsbue haa fled. Highest of all in Leavening Power.—TJT. S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 1889, ABSOLUTELY PURE Senator Vooi-heus Quite 111. WASHINGTON. Fob. 10.—Senator Voor- heesis ill of a complication of diseases,, rheumatism and huartdisease being the most serious. It is not probable that he will be in the Sun ate during the. rest of the session. THE MA11KETS. (irniii. Provisions, Etc. CHICAGO, Feb. 9. FLOUB— Quiet mid lower. Spring Wheat patents', 5l.sO@4.75; Bakers', $3.25©3.5U ; Winter Wheat Flour, SJ.OOSJ5.00 lor Patents, S4.40&4.50 lor Clears. WHEAT — Ruled "weaker early and then higher. No. 2 cath, 92%@93«c: May, 90Ji@97?i. COHN— Moderate trading and firm early, now lower. No. 2 and No. 2 Yellow, 52c; May, 62Ji@ 03c; Jur.e. 53!/jC; July, JJ2?J©53c. OATS— Lower. No. 3 cash, WiZWc; May 45%@40c; June, 45'i©4514c. Samples easier witt moderate oHerlnKS. No. 3, 43K@44!/ : c;-No 3 White, 45J4®-17J4 ; No. 3, -)5@46e; No. 2 White Kyis— Salable and firm. No, 5 cash, T2c February, 72c. and May, 76. Samples 73@74c for No. 2, and G&iJtfO for No. 3. BARLEY— Steady and quiet. Poor, 00@01c common, 63@05e; fair to good, e»©08c, and choice, 70©7_'c. . MESS POHK— Trading rather active and .prices lower. Prices ranged at $9.25©9.43 for cash; . $9.35@9.40 for February: $ lor March, and$9.70@9.S2}i lor May. LARD — Market moderately active and prices lower. Quotations ranged at $5.~)r>@5.60 foi cash: S5.55@5.eo for February; K.6f)®5.67k for March, and J5.855J5.90 for May. BUTTER— Creamery, I7@25c; Dairy, 12@20c Packing stock, 6®9o. . POULTRY— Live Chickens. S@S'/4c per Ib. Live Turkeys, M;9c per Ib. ; Live Ducks, lOcperlb.; Live Geese, HO&SjO.OO per doz. OILS— Wisconsin Prime White,. 8c; Water White, 8tjc: Michigan Prime White, 95$c Water White, lOac; Indiana Prime White, 9Mc; Water White, lOc; Headlight, 175 test, 9'4c; Gasoline, 87 deg's. 14c; 7-1 deg's, OJ£c; Naphtha, 63 deg's, 8c. LIQUOHS— Distilled Spirits ruled flrm at 81.14 per gal. for finished goods. NEW YORK, Feb. 9. WHEAT— Freely offered "on Western weather reports, 9i@ili.5c lower, easy. March, S1.09&; May, 81.05 7-13@l.OG; June, $1.0S@1.03J£; July 999-16©1.005-l(3; December. 97!^®9Sc. CORN— Dull. JiCjilc lower. No. 8, (J3)4@65c steamer-mixed, 03a@0l!4c. OATS— Quiet, easier. Western, !JQ@C2c. PROVISIONS— Beef quiet, unchanged. Extra mess, S6.7Sij7.50; family, S9.50@10.50. Pork firm and quiet. New mess, Sll.0j@ll.50; old mess, 89.50@lO.50; extra prime, S9.50@10.00, Lard quiet, depressed. Steam-rendered, $5.95. CLEVELAND, 0., Feb. 9. PETROLEUM— Quiet. Standard white, llOdeg. test,.6Kc; 74 gasoline, H'/Sc; 8G gasoline, 12c; ft! naphtha, (i^e. ; '" ..... ' i/)ve .Stock. CHICAGO, Feb. 9. CATTLE— Market active, prices well maintained. Quotations ranged at $5.00@9.50 for choice to fancy shipping Steers; Sy.30@-i.90 for good to choice do.; S8.13©-1.20 for common to Tairdo.; $2.7303.60 for butchers' Steers; 38.25® 2.50 for Stockers; $£ 10<fJ2.70 for Tc.uins ; K.70Si 3.25 for Feeders; Sl.2IKtei.75 for Cows; $1.50® 3.00 for Bulls, ami J:!.OUtr.3.uO for Veal Calves. HoCS — Warkfit moderately ' active. Sales ranged at .Js.fii!©:i,:W for "Pijts:. 33.aii&3.50. lot light: S3..105j3.ffi) lor n.mch p;U'Uiug:.$3.35@3.51 for mixed, -mid *.'i.-<0^3.3."' for lU'uvy packing ani shipping lots. jrJE (jH HEV/ERS OF OLD HONESTY TOBACCO WILL SOOp Flp L/\STS LOflGEfy TASJES SWEETER Th|A|4 0-JhjEJ^ TO-, ACCQS, AfID' WILL ,pLE/\SE n f ASK YOUR DEALER FOR IT, ' AND INSIST ON GETTING IT. pLJG STAf"jpED LI^E Discharged' the Tory. NKW YOKK, Feb. 9.—Judge Benedict of the United 'States Circuit Co-art has discharged the jury impaneled on the trial of ,) aines A: Simmons, charged with wrecking the Sixth National Bank. This was done because it was learned that Simmons at one time had business relations with one of the jurors named AA'illiamE. Goodnow. Shot 1>y t:>e Sberlfl'. IXDIANAPOU.S, Ind., Feb. a.—A special to the news from Columbus, Ind., says: Charles Mowry, ,a. farmer who had forged a small order and was arrested and placed in jail, while being taken out for trial tried to escape, whereupon Sheriff Smith fatally shot him. Tlic JSi.ciiL-.Hour mtl Jieconimltted. WASHINGTON, Feb. 9.—I5y a vote of yeas 28. nays 29, the Senate refused to reconsider the vote of .Saturday last recommitting the eight-hour bill to the committee on education and labor and the bill therefore stands recommitted. The Senate then proceeded to tie -consideration of the copyright bill. CTJACOBS OIL 9* CUKKS SURELY. '^'•*i SPRAINS. Ohio & Miss.Rail way. Office President and General Manager,; , Cincinnati, Ohio "My foot suddenly turned and gave me a very severely sprained ankle. The application of St. Jacobs Oil resulted at once in a relief from pain." W.w. PEABODY, Prest.& Geu'lMan'pr. BRUISES. 740 Dolphin Street,,. Baltimore, Md.,;-f Jnn'y 38,1890. "I was bruised badly in hip and side toy .a fall and .suffered se• verely. St. Jacobs Oil completely cnred me." WM.C. HARDEN, Member of Stite ."• Legislature. THE CHARLES A. VOGELER CO.. Baltimore. I THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY, BEECHAM'S PILLS For Bilious ani Nervous Disrate. "Worfli a Guinea a Bon" but. BUM for 25 Gents, BY ALL DRUGGISTS. Coadensed R. R. Time-Tables, I'iltsliurr, Ciucbmnti, Chicago *' St. Louis By (CENTRAL TIKE.) •JJKIVK Bradford Division. 3:85am* .East«fnExpres» , - ia&prn* F4>tLme i,65pm* 420 pmt Accommodation...... 8*0 a art 9:46 a mf.Marion Accommodation.. 4:30 p mt Richmond Division. ; ; 3:00am*....Night Express.....'.. 1:05aiu* IIdO a mt Accommodation...."... 5:5)a'mt 1:30 p rn*.... T )ayExpres8.. .. l:25pro« ll^Opmt Accommodation^ S-.3U pint IndJBiiapoliH Division. 2.-20 a m*....NtgntE,£preBi!....... JiSSamV 1 30 p m*....Da?Express.... 135 pm» Chicago ItrvfeiOB. 12:40 a m*..., Night Express...—.; 3:10 n m* l.(5pm» Fast Line ...: 126pm« 1:47 p m*. Fast Line. 1.-47.P m" 11 ;80 a mt. 1 ...-Accommodation...... 4-^Opmt 7:15prat Accommodation 6:15amf State l.lne Division. l:SOpmt....i!allandExptes«. 8:30^mt 7rf5amf Express......... 725pm| 11:15 am} Local Freight 1130 a mt Trains marked* run dally. ..< Trains marked t run dally except Sundgj. Vandalia Line. . , SOUTH SOTMD. Local Freight..... -.-.* 5:00 a m Tene Haute Express....... 7-J5a m Mall Train ......'.. ,..:,.;.;.' *SOj nr SOETH BOUND: *\u ''••:• ' .,-, Local Fixlght 6.00am Mall Train ,- 10*5 a m SouthBendExprees...- „;....„_,.. 8:46 p m Tkrough Freight....'..........:.™...,..."..'.. 8:5*p m Close connections for Indlanapollsrvla Ootfss now made by all our passenger trains.—J. C. Edgworta.agent, • '• W»ha«h Kttllroad. EiST BOONH. ' , New York Expres, daily...:....:;.... 1 .....' 2:65 am' Ft Wayne(Pas.,Ucem.,exeept $(in<Jar 8:18 am Kan City & Toledo Ex. .except Sunday 1136'a m Atlantic Express, dally........ .-:.i 4:06 p m Accommodation Fit, exceptSundny. 9:26 pm * WEST BODND- " ' : Pacific Express, dally: .-....;.:....:._. 7i2Vm Accummodatlon Frt., except Sonday.,12d5 p m Kan City Ex, except Sunday,,...'.', SfK p m Lafayette (Pas) Accm,, except Sunday. 6:03 p m St. Louis Ex., dally.. .^..:. 1032'pm Eel llivcr JJlv., I>o-riuiisport, \Vent Side Between IjO£ani<pol*t aad-OhiJi* ' EAST BOUNTJ. , Accommodation, ex. Sunday, Leave.. 10.-W a m Accommodation, ex. Sunday, Leave., 4dO. p m •WEST BOUM>. , Accommodation, ex. Sunday, Arrive- 8iO a m Accommodation, ex. Sunday, Arrive. 4:10 p » WANTED. W ANTED a few persons In each" place to 60 writing at home. Enclose lOc. for 4UO page book with particulars to J. H. Woodbury, Station D, New York Cliy. oct21<Ui L flrilTO yi|yTCll*y*»«' llr ' ltalllr * p * -. I BEN I O WAN I tD quick sales SAMPlE FREE. A nro k opportunity. 000. A. Scott, »*» Broadway, X. V. W ANTED—An active, reliable manrsalary S7O to S80 monthly, with Increase, to re)resent in his own section' a -responsible New York House.. References. Mannlaccurer, Lock Box 3B85,Kew York. , 'A Chartered Connecticut Life ,Insn ran M Oo., J\ wants a Gentleman Manager for. this 1 locality. A good man can make personally S2;W:-per year, and clear $1.00'-. Irom Us subs. Address. Mana er, Box 67, Waterbury, Conn. leMdBt t'VPX tn (tOKA •*• MO5JTH can be made, t>/'J IU iD^jUU working lor UB. Person! preferred who can lurnlsh a horse and give their phole time to the business. : Spare moments may je profitably employed also. A, few.vacancles.,lD owns and cities. B.F.JOHNSON 4 CO., 2000 Main St Ri-iihmond. Va •- - - .-.-marldly W ANTED—An Active Han' for- each section balary S75 to S1OO, to locally represent a nocessfulN. Y. Company incorated to supply Dry Goods, (Sething, Shoes, Jewelry •;«<:., to-qon. umer« at cost Abo a Lady of tact Salary J4O; to emoLUnembers (SOiOWtiow eniQlWa, > 81OO.OOO p^ld m). References exchanged Empire Co-op«ratiAe Association 1 -(credJ t -"w . d]Lock Box 610. N. Y. ( mis. <» i*StC' l£

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