Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on April 10, 1891 · Page 7
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 7

Logansport, Indiana
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Friday, April 10, 1891
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' -r WHERE THE MONtY WENT. SYMPTOMS OB LITER DISFASRI Loss of appetite; bad breath | bad taste la the mouth; tongue coated; pain undortho •boulder-blade; In the back or side—often mistaken for rheumatism: sour stomach, with flatulencv and water-brash; Indigestion; bowels lax and costive by turns; headache; with dull, heavy sensation; restlessness, with sensation of having left something undone:which ought to havo been done; fullness after eating; bad temper; blues; tired feeling; yellow appearance of sUn'nod-eyes; dizziness, etc, Not all, but always some of these ind£ cftte want of action of tbe Liver. Fo* A Safe, Reliable Remedy that can do no harm and has never been known to fail to do good Tike Simmons Liver Begulator —AN EFFECTtJAI. SPECIFIC FOR Malaria, Bowel Complaints, - X>r»pej>sla, sick Headache, Constipation, Biliousness, Kidney Affections, Jaundice. Mental Depression, i . Colic. A PHYSICIANS OPES1OX. " I have been practicing medicine for twenty S ars and have never been able to put npavcgcta- e compound that would, like Simmons Liver Regulator, promptly and effectually move the Uvcr to action, and at the same lime aid (instead of weakening) the digestive -and assimilative powers of the system. L. M. HINTOX, M.D., Washington, Ark. OXLT GENTJINE Has our Z Stamp in red on front of wrapper. J,H.Zemn&Co., Philadelphia, Pa, IF YOU HAVE SICK HEADACHE, DTTJWB AGUE. COS TIVC BOWELS, SOUR STOMACH and BELCHING: i f yourJTooa docs not tts- •Imilato and yon havojno appetite, Tuft's Pills will on re these troubles. Try tbemi you hare nothing: to lose, bnt will Kfaln • Tlgorouw body. Price, 25c. per box. SOLD EVERYWHERE. 6nup little for1iine»hfl»*httnmadptt work for u», by jVinm Pngc, AuMln, Taxaa, tnd.'Jno. Bonn, Toledo, Ohio. See cut. OtheratredoitipftstvHI. Whv ot you? Somfi PKTI over l?500. 00 k onth. You can do ih* work mid llva t home, •wherevur you nr*. Even bc- crs arc tntl[y eamlnfi from if C to »dny. All Been. We»how you how «nd start you. Can work In unnrc ttmfl or all the lime. 1% money for workers. KttHwe unknown nmonplhcm. . o., Box NH4> .Portland, 90000.00 fcyeBr IB btlnp made by John R. Gooihvin,WOy,N.Y..at work for Lm. Header, you mnv nVi make nJ inurh, but vfo c-B-n teach you quickly how to cum from *fi to 410 H <Jny at tho atATt, and more ft» you go on. Both sez«» t all open. In nny part of icricn, you can comtnencc ttt home, ^v(ill your tlmo.or spare momenta only to work. All,Is new. Great pay SUttE for every worker. We Btart'yeu, fbrnTatiing evervthlnp. EASILY, SPE£DILV learncrt. J-AIiTlCULAJtS FJtEE. Addreas at once t 5T1.NSON * tO., PORTLAND, ILL IN H- PAPER HANGINGS WTEmOR D^lRflTDRS. FRESCOING CHURCHES, -,fE RESIDENCES, 1C. We invite visitors to call and inspect, Correspondence solicited. W. P. NELSON & CO,, 193 WABASH AVE., CHICAGO, ILL, To You, GENTLE READER. IT • you have Dyspepsia," yon have heartburn with pain-in the Ntomach after catinft, yon have headache, are bilious at times, your bowels ar« con- xtipated, yonr skin in yellow, your longne is coated, you have dark circles around yonr eyes, yon can not eat what you like, you do not 'sleep well, yon ar« USED UP' GEBHEBAIXY. Get a bottle of DR. WHITE'S DANDELION ALTERATIVE. I* will cure yon. Ton can eat what yon illte, you wiU sleep like a child, yonr'skin will get clear, yonr eyes will get brisht, yon will get FUBSH OIT TOUR BOiVF.8 and will feel vigorous enongh to take anything yon can lay yonr hands on. Very large bottle for #1, and every 'bottle- warranted.- oold by B. F. teesling- l\d'D.E Pryor. HE DID-HK DIDN'TI -~- ' Blve years ago iothionitht our »«rlc«. We^cure all-WZAK- HEBEIS 4 EISIABIS or KEH. | OUR NEW BOOK! ' Baftolo. y.'Y. Don't fail to HEED OUR WORDS! The .Judicious Expenditure* at n Republican CougreHs. The charge that the Fifty-first congress was extravagant has no terrors for the republican party. That the appropriations made by the recent oongress were liberal is not questioned; that they were unwarranted is positively denied. The total appropriations of the Fiftieth congress for two years were 8817,000,000; of the Fifty-first congress §1,000,000,000. or an increase of §ilSO,000 000. This increase, however, is more apparent than real. The deficiency act, providing 1 money for carrying- out laws which were enacted by the Fiftieth coup-ess, but did not contain the necessary appropriations, accounts for a larg-e portion of the increase. The deficiency act of the Fiftieth congress appropriated $35,000,000; that of the Fifty-first congress 570,000,000, an increase of S-l 1,000,000. This amount should, in fairness, be deducted from the appropriations of the Fifty-first congress and added to those of the Fiftieth making a change of-582,000,000 and reducing the apparent increase from §130,000,000 to §107,000,000. Nearly two-thirds of the 8107,000,000 increase went for pensions. The passage of the dependent pension bill, however, was an act of justice to the veterans of the rebellion which probably marks the furthest limit to which the finances of the country warrant congress in going. Nevertheless, there is no department of government which the people support more willingly than the pension bureau, provided that they are satisfied that the money is being applied honestly; and the removal of Commissioner Tanner and the investigation of Commissioner Raum testifies to the scrupulous care which President Harrison and the .Fifty-first congress exercised over the-' expenditure of the liberal pension appropriation. Eeforms on an extensive scale have been inaugurated in this department; and never before has such a large percentage of the pension money reached the people for whom it was intended,'as at present Whatever criticism may be passed on the dependent act, it was significant that it encountered the opposition of but a small portion of the democratic minority. The pension appropriations of the Fiftieth congress were-5103,000,000; of the Fifty-first congress §233; 000,000—an increase 'of §70,000,000. Pensions and deficiency, therefore, represented .Slo'2,000,000 of the S1SO,000,- 000 increase, leaving 837,000,000 to be accounted for. The post office department accounts for §23,000.000 of this increase, but the figures in reality lack significance. They represent the increase in the expenditures of the department, but the revenues also -will show an increase almost if not quite as large. Every year, with the development of the postal system, a natural increase of appropriation is called for and is met by a. natural increase of revenue. Only Sl-1,000.000 remains to be accounted for. The policy of enlarging and improving our navy, begun under Secretary Whitney and continued under Secretary Tracy involved an extra expenditure- of" 314,000,000 and the strengthening of the land defenses another increase of 83,000,000. Thus $17,000,000 were devoted to the new navy and coast defenses beyond the expenditure , of the two preceding years. The big increase is fully accounted for without reference to the $15,000,000 of direct tax money restored to the states which contributed it in 1861. These figures speak for themselves. They represent appropriations needed for great national purposes, which ought to have been granted long ago and would have been made, but for the anxiety of the last democratic congress to pile up idle and surplus money in the treasury in order to .frighten the people into: accepting a reduction of the revenue by the free trade method. The. S41,000,000 of increase in the deficiency is a testimonial to the democratic policy of delaying expenditure until after the presidential election of 1SSS. It is, indeed, significant and a high complim^^t to the republican majority in the Fifty-first congress that no man has or can point to a single dollar wrongfully. appropriated or corruptly applied. • The congress was liberal in- granting money, but"only in carrying into effect a broad and comprehensive policy of constructive statesmanship which secured full justice to the union veteran, the upbuilding- of the American navy, the strengthening of our coast defenses, the establishment of mail steamship lines to Central and South America, the restoration of the direct;tax money to' the state's, the reduction of the revenue.and the'abolition' of the surplus.—Albany Journal. erected by "reform" jobbers who have robbed that state on every contract. There is more ignorance, crime and degradation in Indiana than in any other free state in the nation. No wonder that Henry Wattersoiihas teen forced to publish a double-leaded two column editorial in the Louisville Courier-;Journal- bewailing the misfortunes of democracy. Blunder Boies has turned the farmers of all the corn raising states against the ."reformers, 1 ' the Tlo6sier democracy have disgraced humanity, the "reform" democratic state treasurers have stolen all they could place their hands on in treasuries where there has been a surplus, and, worse than all other misfortunes, the . record democracy made during the -last term of congress. Henry feels the certainty of democratic defeat in 1S02, an<J is thus early seeking an "I told you so' position from which to chide his defeated followers in i^ixt year's contest. Every democratic state has its griefs, from a whole closetful of skeletons, arid in addition thereto has to bear the common but heavy burden of blundering democracy in all national affairs. That'party now has too much grief to bear. It is cruel to' oppress its followers so heavily before the "boodle" of ;he Cobden club, Importers league, and jrewers and distillers begins to eir- :ulate-and. supply consolation in this 'ear's campaign. Even democrats should gain sympathy when they are •weary and overladen. What is the'use of dragging the IbSses of the bondsmen of "Reformer" Nolan, the '-reform" democratic ex-state treasurer thief of Missouri, into this year's expositions of democratic "reform?" Don't those bondsmen "'know enough to keep still when the bourbon "reform" floor is full of new "reform" thieves who have not yet succeeded in turning over the funds that should have been turned over at the beginning, of the year? 'Delaware and Arkansas are "short" nearly a million dollars! Several other "reform" democratic states are trying to secure a settlement with their 'Teform" bourbon state treasurers and are struggling hard to save "reform" democracy further exposure of its "reform" thieves. To be sure, the state treasurer of Texas did manage to make a settlement and 'save his bondsmen. The interest on the state's enormous deposits made him: wealthy, and as he secured all he wanted and could use he was inclined to be honest, and so turned over to that state all the funds that his books called for: Jf the Register is correctly informed, that Texas state treasurer is the only democratic state treasurer in the nation who .retired with the old year and has made a full .settlement with his successor. If there is another instance on record the Register will be pleased to make proper correction on receipt of details. Meanwhile the bondsmen of "Reformer" Nolan, the "reform" democratic state treasurer poker player of Missouri, will please 'keep still until the newer "reformers" have been disposed of. Too much :grief for "reform" democracy mig-ht engender sympathy for that party's steady misfortunes.—Iowa State Register. One of the troubles of life is the breaking of lamp-chimneys. Needless. Macbeth's "pearl top" and "pearl glass" are tough against heat. , You will save nine-tenths of your chimney-money by using them, " Pearl top " fits most of the little lamps; " pearl glass " is for " Rochester, " Pittsburgh," " Duplex," etc. We make a great many sizes and shapes, all of tough glass. You can get the right ones. Talk with your dealer about it. GEO.'A. MACBETH* Co. •NOTICE. IlH! Voi«rw of Hie CIly port. IiKHnnii, of thereof, to a point opposite Tenth street, south crossing said river lo Race street. 8t ^ nK the 1 , lor ! b oi ^^ streot to thence south along tho.wesc ' 5sJ W . street to High street, and then'ce west along thS north line of High street to the place of beginning: Alld " is ordered that the elections ln.-s;tld re^ elections ln.-s;tld tlleteick offlce Of lite < In.n^,. iii ti,e BoumlariCN a film Vutixt; Preciur.tM «f Said City, AM .t!ml« TUeir by lite Co in in on C'<niiit-iJ Kr^-iilar Sk'SMon, .TiTjircll IS, 1891. HIRES' J ^CMS'gS^^"yTff^iifl^j-|l»i»jp«-j.V^.[)'"-"PHiL. ' ''tjg-r^r^ I h« yoiers (.if Ui« City of Lo&njispon, Cass Coiin- ly, IiiUlaiia, wjlljiPi-Kbyiitkeiiotieeihaltlie follow- Insordorwiisma'Ji'hj'thijCommoh'CoudcIl of ilic .OltyofLogUJisport. CassCounO'. Indian.-i, at tlirfr WBUiiii' session, \V«(Jnc,sdiiy welling, March IS, In the City of Lo- »ifhf c l n >, ct ??i 2 r J ° 1 U)at territory, embrace within the -following metes and bOuads.-UMrtp Commencing at the corner ol Seventh and HJeli S!,!?h t ^ b( ; l r i ? u ?' 1 , !nB ^ st on the south nn? g o" " gf ifeH?, 1 ? 1 !^ 01 street - lllence north on (bel eitstllifefKigMh .street to .Buce street, thencfe east on the south line ot Race street to twelfth street, thence south on the' wast line of Twelftp •"'K ,V ^'"f^ street - thence west on ttef north line of Broadway street to Seventn and thence; 'north oh toe east line of street to the place .of Deglnnlng. And 't Is-e that the electlojix.of...,sajd precinct be heWkt ft soutlieast corner of the school house Jot. being tag® Wnton's second addition to Logansport, InsaMl precincts. 'informed port. J ndlana : Jnaccordiiiicewlthan 25e HIRES' IMPROVED 25 c. ROOT BEER! IN tome. NosoiLNdmsTRAmiNc ExsurMtoc THIS PACKAGE MAXES FIVE GAItONS. OOT BEFR. The moat APPETIZING- and WBOZ*SSOM3 TBMPERANOE DRINK In the world. Delicious and Spavlslinf?. TRY 17 Ask your Druggist or Grocer for li. C. E. HIRES, T~PHILADELPHIA. MONEY r cnn beiMtrnvd at our M ( vomijrnr old, mid i e of Wf .rk j O f o kr ' <»tie can Jo ijlc M-ork F,u » o flirnljil] every tiling. W« »Uii t von, .No rl h k You your .pure iiinmem,, ,„ n|] your time, to tliu'iv'grk jnllrelyjiew Icad.aud bring, wonderful niiccgm [„ rvc lirk-inncr« Brc. cnnuni; from J-'S to *5(l ncrwrpk onil Hid more un*r u ]iitl« -cinerlaiice. We ran fur,,i» yoiTilie"iiii".' N.r^? 10 '," "' k-i^L- h V.^Ji'l 1 ;^ No "I""* to t--x|»lfl!ii lieru. Full Information Hit.t. J —TtTJE «fe CO., AUiCSTi, JIAI.Mi. "/?; AI ' B "'8 Parlsl«n Face Bleach Golden Hair Wash. Mamma Dura, for devel- 3ini» the Just. Kusma. for removing- sunerflu- J5 liair. Ban? dressinj-. All Roods wholesale •tf c",, '?'•"'• Scn<j a cts. for illustrated circular. ^ Full line of fine liair ertods. Mrs. R W Allen 319 Wood. Av.. Detroit. Mlcll. Sold by dri e gistsl Attractive and Proiiiislig Investments m CHICAGO REAL ESTATE TURNER & BOND, IO2 Washington St., Chicago, III. Established 1875. Reference IstXatl. Bank, Chicago. "We tllSO Collect Jttcnt«, Pnv Ta.f act of th« Legislature of ihe State, of Indiana, approved March 0, ffffi it is urdi-red by the Common Council of the City of Lo- gansiJort, Cii.s.s County lndianii; and they "do »OR ln,"« ami-adopt Uie following voting precincts. In ti.r several wurdnol tile City, of Lotililsport ind lo wl ' i • • ' FII1ST H'ATtll. I'l-eclriclNo. 1-AL1 that territory embraced within tile lollowiiiK metes and bounds, to-wlu Comnieiic- Ingatthenortwestcoriieroi' Sycamore iuid- utt;i- wa streets, thence. runtiliiu west aloiin Oie north line ol Ottawa street to Vine street, tliejice south along the west line .of Vine srrmtoMIami street thence west on the north line of Jllaml street to jeluin.stieet.thenceirorth along the eaur-'line- of .Plum street to Bates street, thence west along the north line of Bates street to Holland street, thence nortl) on the east line of Holland stn-eUo the north boundary line of said First ward, and thence east along the north line' of said' ward to Sycamore street, and thence, south alongihe west line of svca- more. street to the place "of bc-BliinhiK. And It Is ordered that the elections in said precinct be held In hpr.se on Ottawa street on the southwest corner oflot 10. InD. 1). Dykemait's'lsl adtlition to Vest Logan, in said ward. Precinct No. 2— All t. hat territory embraced within theloilowingiueiesiind bounds, to-wlt; Coninienc- liiKiittlieiionhwe'st corner oi Ottawa and SJTU- Jiiore streets, tlience rnuiiiiiK south alcpn'g the west line ol Sycamore street lo Clilppawa street, thence west on the north line of Clilppawa street to Plum street, them-e south on the west line of Mum street to Usage streft, thence west on the north lliie of Usiuje and Wtieatland .streets to the Chicaco brtincli ot'thePlttsburg, Cliicigo, Cincinnati A: 01. Louis Kallway. thence south along the line of said railway to UIB Peoria branch of said rallwaj". thence westtoUowjng the north line of said Peoria branch of said railway to tlie west limits of said .ward, thence, north to the line of the V abash and Erie oana!. thence east along tile lljie 0| - lh( , w . 1 i ) . |1) ] 1 and Erie, t-anal bed to Holiand street, thence, south along the west line of said Holland street- to Bates street, thence easton the south line of Bates street 10 Plum sweet, tHence south on Phim- street to Miami street, thence east alongthe south line nf Miami strei to VIiiestTeet,,thenceuoithontheeiJ.st line of Vine st reet to Ottawa street, J thence east on Precinct No. 3.— All that, territory embraced? within the following metes and bounds ™wn>i Commencing at the .southwest corner of Twelfth?* andBoadway streets, thence running south onjl the west une of Twomh street to ihe ^abiLs~li"Mup •trie ttinal bed ihence west along the the line og!# sold.Kinal Bed to Seventh Street, thence nortli or»-? «i.st line of Seventh street to Broadivav street ;ir ihence east cu south Hue of Broadway street • liaceofDeglnnlnt'. And it. Is ordered that -i 1 1D ™ eluctloiis in said i-reclnct be held at Clem's llver§^ sliible in .Siild waid. • *3J| FIITB WAKE. Precinct No. 1.-A11 tlmt terrltorj- withm the following meu-s and hoiuids \u-mi~-we CommenchiK at >:el-rlver on Twelfth streeVthencS-^l EH^J^WeSS 8 ^^ £'SS oil S^,S!iSBi of, loth^place of brainnlng. And it Isorde r pd-- ; *'f that the elections In sard precinct be. ] 1( V '^^ Irontioom ovt-r i.'reeir.s groocrv store on wiiy street, ID said wayd. rt the ;llat territory embracing nwtes .and - ocmidsr Wwit • -A' . ni?atl tlle f 0 ""' 1 " 01 Twellt " and JlarkeV- s. thence running eiist on tlie south line of '^ te ordered thjit I^'eiectlons in^d re held ai the Pilteenili street : enjue hous f 5 ^?' ?'~ AI! - tb!lt following metes and bounds,.to-wlt-' Commencing; ,-,t i-e) river on Sixteenth sfreef:: ro "" J " S011tb on e!itit Jl1111 of Sixteenth J ' ' ,7 Vi , ""•"••T'lcci.. LUCIIIX>..case011 -lionnline •--.•S' of Marnet stra-t to EJchteeiith street. thencfe'-^S' south on «i.sf line of Eighteenth street to Spear - : S? street, thence east on north line of Spe;ir slreet'to* '--•$ the east linills of the city, thence north alone th<v''-?« eastern limns c-f ihe city «, &j r i vi r, u B ue '" M a oiig south bank of Eel river to plac. —is. And It Is ordered that :af tfrrltory,'.enibracei'-vSl ,,..„, , , - - s and bounds, to-witi?"31 , ? mel j.'i " g ?, t the corr'f-r of the Wabasn,St.LouI& "1C and Padl c railway and Twelfth street.thence east 4i alone wild railway to Seventeenth street thenS "'^ north onthe cast line, of Seventeenth street to'the," WMh.-Kh =,,„! Eri e _canal bed, thence west a]nn|i, street, thence nottlis inning. - • « offer for JS«ru.te« for non-residents Cnr- i<-ton sent on applicaUor number of acre tracts 'i and oa or wfr. 'r , : ^ properties, anu other sale TUMI, Bsuitc Invehtments. snN> ,^Irtr°f- rtt!sl "' bl ° flrn mortBUKc- loans for sale, drawing 0 par csnusetnl-anaual Interest. Among Special Bsrgains in Acres we Quote: 4 acres nt WnshinKton Heiplits, 81,750 per acre 10 acres at Hin«clal e . l-SOO per .icre. : 40 acres near South Ch Icago. 82,000 per ncre. Inside Income-Producing Business Properties. prs oaf ™ ° mc ° bulwir '* ; ln heart of the clt y- Price ng retail district. Price, CWra I( fM(' n "I' , pftl ' tsof the oltrorjeas7paymentB. : *ut iiLoestmenis will vrotluce ImiidsmM^rcturnit? F dtlclietter'i EacUfth Diamond Bnutd. EN NYROYAL PILLS — Orljflnml *nd Only Genuine. AFC, al>*».Yi rcliabla. LAOICS rugj^lBt/or CMcheiter'i Snijfah - mond Brand to Ked And Gold mc scklbdnrlth bine ribbon. and (mttatiotM. ir DLrtlculftrB, testimonial] and r I,«dlc«," (n later, bj rellira - M»IL 10,000 leitlnoiil.!-;. SamPapa. Chlelie0t«rCJieBilcalCo.,31udlKoii Square. Kor Sale by B. F. Keesllnc, Druggist. south line of Ottawa street to place of begl; And It is ordered that the elections In said precinct be held in thebuidllngon the sou Invest corner of tlie school house yard In said wnrd. PrecinctNo.3—All that territory embraced within the lollowlm; metes and bounds, to-wlt: Commencing at the southwest corner of Sycamore and Chlp- pewa streets, them* running west on the south UneolChippena street- to Plum street, thence south on the east line of Plum street to Osage then west on soutli line of Osage street to Wheatland street, thence west on south line of WlieatUuid street to Hit- Chicago branch of the PIttsbiirg, Cincinnati. Chicago & St. Louis Railway, thence south along said railway to Market street, thence east on the norih line of Market street to Eel river, thence easterly along-the north bank of Eel river, with the meanders thereof, to the place of beginning And It Is ordered that.the elections In said precinct be held at the engine bouse In said,ward. PrednctNo.4—All that territory embraced within thefol.owlngmetes and bounds, to-wit: Commencing at rtiswestendtheofEe! river bridge onMarket street hi snld ward, thence west along the north bank of Eel and Wabmh rivers, wltli the meanders thereof, to the west limits of said ward thence north to thesouthline of the, Peoria branch of the P., C..C.& St. L. Hallway thence east along the Peoria br.mch of theP..C. C. &. St. Louis Hallway to Market street, theiice east .-on the south line of" Market street to the pluct of beginning. • And it is ordered that the elections-ln said preclctlie held In Ulil's cooper shop In said ward. th^7^~ — %. --'"'^ street to Market street,'v'J thence east on south line of Market street to? ** E ghthteeuih street, thence south on west line: olf -- ilBbteenih street to Spear street, thence east' oivX- - 1 south line of fjjear street to east limits oldK-"™ thence south along the east limits of said city io "*S Wabash river, thence west along the .north; 1 "-"" T U , ,*;. -r-- sb rjver . w 'th meanders thereof, to-)='.'§ Twe fih. street, and thenceuorth on eaaline-of^f 51 Twelfth stree.tito,lhe place or'beginning. Andit;«3 vi eld rSi. he )louser >ow owned by Eudolpr?BerriK ; - : 3 AO. 629Seventeenth street, in said wrd -• --. -•-•'•'& , r,»fr\n t r N °' 5 ~ A11 tnatt erritory embraced within ->>• the followfngnietes and bounds, to-«lt.- Gommeiic-; -i Ing at the. corner of T\velfth and Smead streets--'/^ Jheiicerimningeaston the south Ihie of Smead-'-"^ street in Sifvt*.Anih cfT^^.^ «,«..««,—n. -^ ^ _ _?vi:.---;v n—-j~,-i"".vMiu«i ijiiert, thence south on the west : "3 ; -i line of. Strteerob street to the Wabash-. ar,d-Erie-' -®$ cdualbed,.therjcee,-i.stonthellne of saldcanal.b '" " '" TO hPVPIltflAllth Mti'o^f- ^ViA«A« .< n ..*-i. +. i, *" sieeaxiBallw'ar.tliejJceTrest ilway to Twelfth sweet, ibeiiRe' north'; ."•& "^ Twelfth-streetto the placeofc^i ! "REFORM" DEMOCRACY. COUGHS AND COLDS. 3Sc. and SI. at all drngglsti. E,MOEGAH;&SOIS, - - Proprietors, PROVIDENCE. R. L '•• • IEADE SUPPLIED by ROSS GORDON; LaFayetta, Ind. For sale byB. F Keesling 1 Desperate KBbrts of the Democrats to Perpetuate Bourbonlgm. The poor old democratic party is making a fearful record while endeavoring- to keep, all the vile and vicious inline and voting.'regularly, and as often as possible, for "reform", bourbpnism.. Indiana-is giving- the''leaders of'that party much trouble "but they have finally succeeded in inducing the 'Te- form" legislature of thaV state to adjourn after ,making arrangements •- to increase the bonded debt SI, TOO, 000, or from §8,500,000 'to '$10,200,000! They have gemiine, .'-'reforni" democracy, in Hoosierdom., In other bourbon states the "reform"' county and' state treasurers do the stealing, but .in. Indiana all the "reformers" insist on a free field and a fair divide of the spoils. Compare. Iowa and; Indiana. The,former fitly represents'- republicanism' -and'-.the. latter democracy. Iowa is out of debt, ; is as well supplied with charitable, educational, reformatory and all other state institutions as any other commonwealth in. the nation, in proportion to population, and-has'a. good surplus in her treasury and-the rate of taxation Is low. .Indiana islj-10,200,000in debt, taxation high, and her state institutions are nearly all tumble-down affairs " Beauty wifliout grace Is a hook without a bait." That's what the French think. Whether it be true or not, there are many American women who 'dffnot even possess the hook—beauty and attractiveness are- denie'd them. .Why ?-. Because . they're languid, cross and irritable. They know not what it is to be without pain or discomfort half the time. ' ^ . That's it; suffer in silence—misunderstood—when there's a remedy—Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription—at hand that- isn't an experiment, but which is sold, by druggists, under the guarantee that if you are disappointed in . any way with it, you get; your-money back by-applying to its makers.- • - • .A r :sigji!il service^ to weak wornenkind 'Is the.fmding of, lost health—the building up of a ".run-down".system. ''Nothing does it'so^siirely as the "Favorite Prescription." • Ifone like it!' •-!--For ;overworked,, debilitated women, teachers, .milliners, seamstresses,' "shop- girls," nursing mothers—one and all are cured-by it. > •• • CURRENT COMMENT. ES^There never was a party more misrepresented and slandered than the republican party, but any party 'will be misrepresented in the-degree that. it. is progressive - and positive.—Sioux -City Journal. , l®"If the democratic congressmen thought that Reed was a "czar" in the speaker's chair, when he - gets among them on the floor they will think he is a nihilist, with a bomb in each pocket. 1 —Chicago Journal. I^In legislation obstruction is a great deal easier than construction. The troubles of the democracy will begin when, three-quarters of a year hence, they assume the latter role. —St. Louis Globe-Democrat:. ' tS^It.'s dollars to cents that tie new house next December will' adopt the principle of the much abused "Reed rules" for its own government. Reed's vindication is bound to come at the ha,nds of his enemies.—Toledo Ulade. CJUeap Lauds and Homes in Kentucky, Teiinesee. ALABAMA', Mississippi and Louisiana. On tlie line ot the Queen it Crescent .Hoate cat be found 2,oOu,Uixi acres ot splendid- bottom, tip- land, timber.and stock lands. Also .the finest fruit and'mineral lands on the'contlribht for sale' on favorable .terms. V '< ', • •• , .-.' ::FABME3S.! wltLaii.thysetting jjat a home lr the sunny Soutli; wherf- blizzards and. Ice clar plains are unknown. . Toe Queen 4' Crescent Route'Is 94 Miles tin Shortest-Mid-'Quickest Line . Cmciiratr to'New Orleans Time'27 Hours.' Entire Trains. Baggage :Car, -Diiy Goaihes' anc . Sleepers, nin tlirouga wlttoui change. 110Miles tneShortest; 8 Soura.tlieQalckest- Gincinnati to JacKsonville, Fla. Time 27 Hours. .-. • Tbe only line running Solid Trains and Through Sleeping Cars.- • 'ONLY LINE FROM CINCINNATI TO Chattanoga. Tenn:,-Fort Payne, Alii Meridian/ Miss; ,.Tlckbnie, Miss.,. Shreveport, La. ' 20 Miles the Shortest Cincinnati to Lexington, Ky. 5 Hours- Quickest Cincinnati to KnoxvlUe, Tenii. 116 Miles the Shortest Cincinnati to Atlanta and • • - Aodista-, Ga. : : -• •"• 114 Miles the Shortest Cincinnati to Annlston Ala 26 Miles the Shortest Cincinnati to Btrmlngham Ala. 15 Miles Shortest Cincinnati to Mobile, Aia. I Direct connections at New Orleans arid Shreveport For Jexas, ; Mexico, CaiifofBia. Trains leave Central Cnlbn Depot, Cincinnati crosslng'the^Fumous High Bridge' of Kentucky, and. rounding the base of Lookout Mountain Pullman Boudoir Sleepers on all Through- Trains Over One Million Acres of Land ' In A]l>am;i, thf future Great State of the Soutli subject-to pre-emption. Unsurpassed climate. For Correct County-Maps, -Lowest .Kates and full particulars addres, D. G, EDWARDS, Gen' Passenger & Ticket Agent, ^Queen it Crescent Route,-.Cincinnati. 0. SECOND Precinct No .1—All that territory embraced within .lie following metes and bounds, to-wlt: Commcuc- iigatEelrlveronFourth street, thence running outli on the west line of Fourth street to Eel Elver venue, thence southwest on the north line of Eel Elver avenue to Third street, thence north on Third treet to Eel river bridge, thence northwest on east ne of Sycamore street to the north limits of the econdwurd, thence along the north limits of said econd ward to the west line of Stevens. Mobley nd Clary's additions to tbe city of Logansport lence north along the west line of ; sald additions to the north limits of said ward, thence east on the north line of said ward to Clifton avenue, thence south along tbe west line of Clifton avenue to Hanna street, thence southwest along the north line ot Hanna street to Pontiac street thence soutb alongthewestllneofPontlarstreet to the north bank of Eel river, thence wen on the north bauk of Eel river with the meanders thereof to a point opposite Fourth street to the place of beginning. And It Is ordered that the elections In said precinct be held at what is now known at Schaefer's cooper shop In s».ld ward. Precinct No 2— All that territory embraced within the following metes and bounds, to-wlc Commencing at Eel river on.Fourth street, thence running south on the east line of Fourt.li street to Broadway street, thence ea.st on the north line of Broadviav street to Fifth street, thence south on east line o'f Fifth street to the Wabash and Erie «mal bed. ilinnce east along the north line of said canal bed to Seventh street, thence north on the west line of Seventh street to Hlsh street, thence west on tbe sout.li line of High street to Sixth street, thence north on the west line of. Sixth street to Eel river, andtbeneewestalonethesoutbbankof E<1 river with the meanders thereof to the »la e of beginning. And It Is ordered that the elections in -said precinct be held at the North sueet engine house in said ward. Precinct No 3~ All that territory enibrac r d wit bin .the followlngmetes and bounds, to-wlt: Commencing mi the south bank of Eel river at the Intersection with Third street, thence running south to Eel Elver avenue, thence northeast along the south line of Eel River avenue to Fourth street, thence soutbou tbeeastllne of Fourth-street to Broadway street, thence east on the south line of Broadway street to Fifth street, thence south on the west line of Fifth, street to Market street, thence-west on the. north line of Market street to Eel River iiveuue, .thence southwest on Eel Elver avenue to the Wabash river, and thence northwest along the south bank ol';Eel:: river/.with the meanders thereof, to the place of beginning., And It Is or. dered that tbe. elections JnsaJd pre'clnctbeheld at the township trustee's,offlce In said ward. . .-• .'••;• THIRD-WARD. Precinct No.'.lr-iili.that territory 'embraced with In the -following-metes and- bounds,.to-wlt: Commencing at the corner of- .KekKiveriiivenue and Market street, thence'runnlng'east to Fifth street, thence southeast to Otvk street.thence south along the west line of Oak street to Cnnal street, tjience west along/the north-line of Canal street-to Fourth street, thence south on the wast line of Fourth street to the Wabash river, thence west along the north hank of the Wahash river, with the 'nean- ders thereof, to Eel Hiver avenue, and thence north to the place of beginning. And It Is ordered thai tin- elections In, said precinct be held at the old brick school house-In said ward. 'Precinct-No.: 2.-A11 that territory emhraced within the following metes and bounds, to-wlt- Commencing at the corner of the Wabash and Erie canal bed and Oak street, thence running east alone the south line of the Wabash and Erie canal bed lo Twelfth street, thence south along 'the west line of Twelfth-street to the Wahash ,rivej;, thence- west along the north bank of the Wabash river with the meanders thereof, to •Fourth street, thence north along the tlie east line of Fourth street to Canal street, tbence-ea-t on Cana.l street to Oak street, tben"e north on the ,6031 line ot Oak-street to:the place"of beginning. And It is ordered that theelectiops'iniioldprecluci be held at Harr.p.-Torrls offlce in said ward:-. -... Precinct No. 3.—The third precinct of said ward is composed of all that part of said ward lying sontu of the Wabash river, including Blddle's Island. It is ordered that the election in said precinct be heldiat Amans carriage?trinimtng ihop on Burlington avenue In said ward. TOUBTH WAHD. : PreclnctNo. ].—All the territory embraced within the following metes and bounds. tiMVlt- Commencing at the corner of Sixth and HJeli streets, thence running north on Pontiac street to Hanna street, thence east on -thevjiouthMlne. of ,Hanna vtieet to Clifton avenu 0 , thence north on the east line of Cliiton avenue to the ward boundary line then. ee,uit Uongtlie w.ud boundary line to SIM; limits ol Nild waid, thmicr southeast along th*> line ot -,ald w.ird t • Eel ih et. thence nest along the north banlc of .Eel river, with the meanders, nn ginning. And itte ordered that the elec«ons>-ia- ;^ said precinct be held atwtatis known as Topp's -J -" .shoe shop In said ward. e ' Count) ' of Cass - I.JohnJ.Taggkrt, Clerk of the CItv of- L h ™l>y certify that the above ISA? - ; > a l )r o«eedlngs of the Comm&ii,.,H of Logansport, . Cidiana at -it'i." etty.au Wednesday evening-March IS, 189], Telattvfr ;. to the establishing of voting precincts for the van-' i, outwards comprising the City of Logansport, ln±-5$ 1S&?* the s i! Ine a PI>ears of record In-my office." :'V: - M Witness my hand and the seal of the City of' L<i- : ' >: ^ gansport, this I9th day of March, 189L - • -' [SEAL.] ' JOHNj.TAGGAari.-! Clerk City of Lognnsport, Indiana^'Ladies $500 Dr.. Anderson's English; Female^ Pills are the eafcstand most rdiaUlc.' Give theia i atnalandbeconviijeed. At Brug Store or bv ;: mall, post-paid per box.tf.oo. 3 boxes lor $2.50 '• •• '' Moka :M*dlcIi«e|Co., ToJcdo',O. ' '- : For sale in Logansport,{lnd,byBea Fisher, No 315'i' Fourth Street, . , Mention paper. feW9dtai3ai''!'.- OnrMalyflor Perfection Syrlnpe-free with" Dottle. Prevents Stflcturc. Cures 47oni>r »cd elect in 1 to 4 day*. Ask your Druggist '' lor it. Sent to »ny address for 8I.OO. Addiw »W.YDOR HANUF'S CO.. LANCASTER^ JOSEPH GILLOTT'S STEEL PENS. GOLD MEDAL, PARIS EXPOSITION, 1889.' THE MOST PERFECT OF PE««;-:''' STOCKS, BoNiis, ..' PROVTSIpN^'-.?'-; If so, trsoi wita a reliable firm who have lisd ten;., ^are.oxpci-ience, and are members.of the Chiouro' C. A. WHYLAND A CO. • 10 Pacific- Av&. - Chloa&o. Ilia. Wo'send trev"of charge bur Daily Market Repbr* 1 ir.A Circular on application. allowed on monthly balances. Notice of Ajppohifjiicnt of Trustee. - Noacels hereby given Unit I have been duly ap- '•'; pointed Trustee ol Hugh ll.-Landry. nierchaut of. : the jown ol Clymers In Cass Countj,' Indiana,' for the benefit of his creditors. All persi'ns bavlngv claims are requested toflle them for alia wance a>' : V cording to law, .--.-• '• ; :GEO.'W.-'TTJKK,'Afsten«e. : '-'-•• ' DR. HQRNE'S ELECTRIC TRUSSES Have Cured IQ.Opo Knptnres in 15 "Seals. "T sullorod with a doui>le nipturo 5 ypara Yoiir Blefi* - - trie Truss euros me In 3i£ months. J.G Pnir.POT.''^ :v ',J» < Sopt 24, '90. Chatiaooopi, Tann. r J.':?f ' "Toar Klectrlc Truss cured IBJ> rutitaro after stifferIn»' ! -'- : 15 jears.> UBS. A. Douoim." ASsecon, K. J. Oct. 8, '9ol-:'i' , •Inm cnrpd sound and-wen by v?earlnjr ynur Electrta •'-'-'ii Trass -R -HlRVKv.'-DiivJs City, Jhnm. Hag.£,<!$.^ : '?Ji Tlicoolv p-nulno Elcctrie TriiKj. nnfl Itclf ftunhlne^'V'"'"'"" l ^ tb '.',^^ r " 1 - (!< >-n»""I»«<»"<''t hookMntfrcS.™"'" D,i. HORIIE, INVENTOR, ISO WABASH AVE., CHIC* • '

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