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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 7

Logansport, Indiana
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Sunday, April 12, 1891
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STMPTOMS OB LIVER DISEASE! Loss of appetite; bad breath; bad taste In ;? e ™ uth :• tongue coated; pain under the tbpulder-Wade : In the back or sldo— often trttstaken for rheumatism; sour stoiuaeh with flatulency and water-brash-, indlees- tion; bowels lax and costive by turns- headache, with dull, heavy sensation 1 restlessness, with sensation of having left something undone which ought to have been done; fullness after eatine- bad temper; blues; tired reeling: yellow ap. Peara-nce of sign and eyes ; dizziness, eta Not all but always some of these Indi. cftte want of action of the Liver. FOT A Safe, Reliable Remedy that can do no harm and has never been known to fall to do good Take Simmons -AN EKFECXUAL SPECIFIC FOR Bowel Complaint*, Dyspepsia, Sick Headache, Constipation. Biliousness, Kidney Affections, Jaundice, Mental Depression, Colic. A PHYSICIAN'S OPINION. "I have btcn practicing medicine for twenty years ana have never been able to put up a vegetable compound that would, like Simmons Liver Regulator, promptly and effectually move the Liver to action, and at the same time aid (instead of weakening) the digestive and assimilativa powers of the system. L. M. Hr>rrON, M.D., Washington, Art. OJTLT GKNTQQfE Has our Z Sump in red on front of wrapper. J. E Seilin & Co., Philadelphia, Pa. YOU HAVE SICK HEAD VCIIE. DUMB AGUE. COSTIVE BOWELS, SOUB STOMACH and BF.I.CHIXG: 1 f yonr food <loc-i not m. o and yon bare no appetite, CONGRESS AND APPROPRIATION The Enormous Deficiency Bo<nioiitli«j iv Democratic Congress. Mr. Cannon's masterly analytica comparison of the appropriation bill of the Fiftieth and Fifty-first con gresses, the democrats having- a hous majority in the former and the repub ]Scans in. the lattev-is fully explana tory of the causes of increased expendi txire under republican- administration Butlet,us note, before going into con sideration of specific appropriations that the democratic house of the Fif tieth congress allowed, in round numbers, $21,000.000 for "miscellaneous expenditures," under- which vague'head- ing most of the small jobs and extravagances iu behalf of political favorites may be classed, and tlie republican house of the Fifty-first congress re. duced it by nearly one-half, allowing- but ,511,207,430 for all miscellaneous purposes. The republican congress also effected a reduction of about S200.000 in the yearly expenses of the military academy, and another reduction of about 540,000 for diplomatic service. The Fifty-first congress fell heir to a- deficiency of §85,331,907.35, which the democratic Fiftieth, had left, unpro- vided for. It is almost needless to add that a congress whose ruling spirits were Mills, of Texas, and Breckinridge, of Arkansas,, took care that the deficiency should be that of money for money states n>.,o have favorite sons. Jfo reasonable being in the country, however, really believes that any of' these men will have any standing in. the convention^ Indeed, the west is. from democratic honors, barred as effectually as if it had 'recently been in rebellion against the government, and had not yet fully emerged from the reconstruction stage.—St. Louis Globe-Democrat. WOMEIsTAND THETpf WORK. MMK BE STAKI, said that what she was most proud of was the fact that she had acquired seventeen trades, by any one of which she could make a livelihood. A JTEW industry for women is puttinn- lisle-thread feet in the legs of silk stock" ings, and-a New York girl, a consignor at the Woman's Exchange, makes $15 a week at it, WOMEN wfllcnro these troubles. Try thorn; you Imve nothing io lose, 1-ut nlll Cain » Ylg-orons body, i'ricc, 25c. per box. SOJ.O EVERYWHERE. .r little fortunpihnTrh?enmad8« vrork /or ui, by Ann. !'««, Au.lln, '»XB>, mid Jno.llomi, Toli-do, Ohio. ce cut. Other*litedolnpnawcIKAVhy otytm? /Some enm over $£OO.QO a- lomli. 1 oil cnn do the work anally* liomo, wherever you are. EY«I be- lncr» arc caiily camini; from *5 to UftOfly.All apea, U'esliow vouhow and Mart you. Cnn work In «nnrc tlmo or nil HIP ilnio. Illir n.gnc.v forv-ork- vl. : ,v'''°","™ u " k ™"'" "inoni; thpm. 2COf)0.00 ^year l-t bclnf? tnadc bv John R, Goo<hvln 1 *roy,X,Y,,at \vork for ua. Header, you niny n**t innkc as ,nuch, but -wo can icuch you quickly liow to ,-itrn from 85 to a dny ai tha start, and mom as you go Both flexes, nirajios. In any part of Amf-ricn. you can e«mmenee ftt homo, plr- r fill your tlme,or apare moment* onlvto work. All IIMDW. Great pay Sl!BK"for every worker. We Btart VBU, furntnhinz everything. EASILY, SPEEDILY learned j'AirneULAits FIIEE. Addrcis at once. ST1NSUX tl tO., I'lWTLlSD, -•••— ' PAPER HA8GJNGS F8ESCD1SE C8URCHES ft RES!3E«CES, 5C. We iniite visitors to call and inspect, Correspondence solicited. W. P. MELSOii & GO. 193 WABASH AVE., CHICAGO, ILU To You, - , -J provide more than 325,000,000 for the payment of pensions under the old rates, the democrats of :the Fiftieth having Failed to make provision for it out of a full treasury. Examining-the items of appropriation ncreased by the Fifty-first congress we ind nearly S~,000,000. of increase under he head of Indian, but more than his will gofor payment of about 7.GOO,- )00 acres of farming- land relinquished 5y the Indians, and which is likely to bring 512,000,000 when sold to home- teaders. There also is an increase of early $1,500,000 in the agricultural appropriation; this is caused by the transfer of thenveather bureau of the signal service from the military to the agricultural department, the yearly cost" of its maintenance being- about 8300,000, and by an appropriation of 8200,000 for agricultural experiments, and by the necessary enlargement of so important a department of government. '-Fortifications" represent an increase of nearly S3,000.000, but this largely is for payment on guns and building's ordered during- tlie existence of the Fiftieth confess. There is more than 814,000.000 of an increase on the naval appropriations, but Mr. Cannon insists that not a cent of this is due to the Fifty-first congress, which only had to pay the bills contracted by the Fiftieth and preceding- congresses, and to make appropriation's for the payment of the work now in progress, but commenced prior to the first session of the Fifty-first congress. By much the largest item of increase, and, perhaps, the only great increase for which the Fifty-first congress is responsible, is observable in tlie pension department. -. Here is a net increase of .more than .552,000,000, and it is needed f01. the payment ,of claims under the "dependent pensions bill," -which was passed in redemption of the pled ai-e beginning-, to excel in handicrafts. Three classes of art work itood out prominently at the exhibition n London recently—these were the embroideries, wood carvings and leather vork. IT is stated that there are over 2,500 women physicians now earning, a good iving- by their practice in this country n thirteen states women physicians ave been employed in insane asylums, eformatories and other public institu- ions of which women are inmates. THEM are 200,000 factory girls in icndon. The needs of these workingwomen have been but, faintly recognized by the benevolent agencies. It has' been ; estimated that for every shilling contributed toward the amelioration of the social and moral condition of working-women a pound is subscribed for the benefit of men. While 83,750,000 has been given by government for technical education of men and boys, nothing has been done toward the technical education of women. A CONTEMPORARY- suggests as a new pursuit for women, that they should learn the use of the turning- lathe. It says it is a pleasant and profitable employment, as lathers can be secured that require very little bodily exertion. It also sug-g-ests as an avenue now open, the making of the picture frames which are now made to harmonize as much as possible with the picture. For instance, the picture of ecclesiasticallv architectural outline with a top in a pointed arch. But anything, from chessmen to.Vead-boards can be turned on a latl>° ',--' 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, s "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. 1 alk with your dealer about it. NOTICE. To the Voter* of the City of port, Indiana, " Plttatmrg. GEO. A, MACIIETH& Co. HIRES' F 25» Of Uic Cliaosc in tlm Honndurii'* ol Ui e Voting J>rociiH'ls oC Said City, : A* ."nude-|>y tlie Common Tlicir Kt-Kuliu- ScgKioii, 18, 1891. The voters of the City ol Ior.ui.smn C-LSI dm,, .V, Indiana, will Hereby uuce nmiceTbat rl* follow: JH order wus-made by tlie Common Con eU or the' Uty of Lpgiywinort. Cuss County,- Indian -,i t session, Wednesday evei"na M,,rih Election pi-eclncts as formed Sinsport, Indiana: In ihe.C'ity of Lo- -rreclnct No. 3,-jUl within tbe followljig In accordance with an act of the Leirlsl-itm-n 'nf orde^M oft { I ""f u "'. il »I™«'d -MarclT^ 1SS9 ; # oidered by the Common Council of tlif Citv of I £ iins ROOT BEER! U UttlC. HO BDIUNOI1RWBAINIS5 tMILmuuK I THIS PACKAGE MAKES FIVE CAUONS •• ti OOTBEFR. , a; an "'•11 and adopt the following voting mlnt in veriil «ard, of the ciij'or ' l.o" " HTkllnjf. ,Aok your Druggist or Grocer for it. C. E. HIRES, PHILADELPHIA. ifiinsport, Cass County Indiana; and the v do "'• wing voting milnt ciij'or ' l.os,!!",,ort nd FIRST WA1CD. , •. 1-A11 tbatterritorveniuruceci within theloJlowhigmetesajiel bounds, w-wlu C in 'nc- higut the noruvest corner of Sycamore «ud ot ta- Mnpnfnn.',w e ", eerU ? n ^ S W ' Sl aloil £ Illp "°""> I'lie of Ottawa street to Vine, street. thence south .•Jons the west line of Vine street -to M "anil 'street thence west on the north line of Jlllam street to Plum sti eet, thence north along the east line of PI urn street to Bates street, ihenee west along the iK.nh line of Bates street to Holland street tBenee north on the east line of Holland stm> to the north boundary line of s;tld First ward and thence eYsr alongihe north line of said m rd to S v^more n orf -r'r" V r e "<* sou aV'J°ne fe west lineal ! s™amore street to the . place of bPKlmilnz WBTH 1VAHD. running son north line of „_„,.„ thence nonh on west to iiarkrt sliv.et, 'thence east on MarkethtTert,to Sixteenth street line of Sixteenth street to Allen's Parisian Face Bleach ° Twelfth street, to.: FreelnctNo. 2-AlUliiitterrltoryenibraewlwIUiiii the following meu\s and bounds, to-wif Comrneiip Ingat the northwest comer of 'Ottawa and Syca- jore streets, thence running south along the west line of bycamore street to Chlppawa street, thence west on the north line olChJppawa street to Plum street, thence south on the, west line of Plum sirpir the -Sli Precinct > - o. line of And it .T AJI ( llat L< - and Wheatland streets to the Cl caw onls lV?,V llP P , 1 , ttsb " rg - Ct l! G ' go - Cincinnati & si .: K 'SE 1 l a •^ e .'!. e « « ul »? ilJ .P»K t^ line of ,=a ' mbr.tced bounds, to-wit- Slxteenth -street. aid street Plum- street to __ REAL ESTATE (to wife)—No wonder w,-e nave ruinous gas bills. I have just counted sixteen burners going full blast in this house. (Leaves the room and returns in great excitement). Say Maria, who in thunder turned out that light in tli* . smokier-room? ~ , Washington St., Chicago, III Established 1875. Eofercnce I«tIatl.'Baak, Chica-o along m , w Plum street .thence south 3 1 am street, thence eiist «Jong the south line, of Mlam Is .tre-t to Vine street, thence north on tlieeast line ol Vine street to Ottawa street," thence east on south In e of Oti ami stteet to place of beg nTiliU. AJid Ids ordered that the elections In said prMn^t' be held jn tliebuldllngon the sou Invest corner of the school house ytirdJn said wsird "<- UIJU - r oi ed within lend- ildents. COP- Pt attention. mm BE -GENTLE READER. . M" yon ba-re Dyspepsia, "you hare lieartbum with pain In the stomach after- eating, yon bare headache, are billons at times, yonr bowels nr« con- Ntipated, your skin is yellow, your tongue is coated, yoa hnve dark circles around yonr eyes, yon can not eat what yon like, yon do not sleep well, yon are TSED UP GEBTEBAltY. Get a bottle of DR. WHITE'S DANDELION ALTERATIVE. I* will enre yon. TOITI can cat what yoa'. like, yoa will. sleep^Uke a cbiiu, yonr skin will get clear, yonr eyes will get bright, yon will jret flESH OH YOUB BONES and will feel vigor. on» cnonicb to' take anythiny yon cnn lay yonr bands on. Tcry large bottle for 81, and every bottle warranted. ooia uy Ji. J;'. Keesliug- ard JD.E Pryor. made by the republican party to the wounded, aged, diseased or enfeebled soldiers of the tmion armies, and for payment of old pension claims that had been expedited to settlement by a republican administration, after'linger- ing- in the department during- four years of democratic rule. The more fully the financial record of the Fifty-first' congress is examined the more probable republican success in 1892 will be. -Inter Ocean. causing DEMOCRATIC Tie Fruitless SLIGHTS. Do- ;;LUCK is PLUCK" yo« have run ».muclc..agnlD9t some Discouraging Disease which j/ou don't want your /amity doctor to know above, remember that I film urll/ nnnir I ei P'Oinsourfiiolusive |UUH NEW BOOK land Successful Meth- ^^^^^^•••^MMI^^—M^^J Das lor ffont^. Treat. jnen«; Testimonials; Book mailed (sealed) lnHt>Tlimited time.ElK MEDICAL 00 BufliSo » T WFIQBTIXO DISEASE. YOU WILL FIND THAT "PLUCK WINS LUCK!" COUGHS AND COLDS. 35c. and SI. at all druggists.' E.MOE6AIJ &«,-;- piiEDby ROSSJGORDON; LaFayette/'Ind. For sale byB. F Keesling- Hopes of tlie AVestcrn mocraoy. The hope wliich 'is said to spring eternal in the human breast finds a touching- illustration in the persistency with which western democrats, in spite of all their setbacks, have been looking "for the presidency to come to their section. In every presidential canvass for nearly two-thirds of a century the western' democrats have, been expecting-to fill that office, but fortune-has been against ..them. ,.;Their .failure has- not; been /due 'to lack ..of. available, material, for in this period they have had, amon£ other worthies, Benton, Cass, Doug-las, -Hendricks, Thurman, Pendleton, Voorhees, McDonald, Morrison and Palmer, yet somehow fate has been toying- with their ambitious aspirations, and has dealt out its favors to democrats of other localities. Cass and Douglas are the only western men who have .been nominated' for the presi-: dea'cy oy the'"democracy.'and neither of these was elected. This.democratic slight to.-the west is rendered especially striking when contrasted with republican favors to this reg-ion. Every republican presidential candidate except one—James G. IHaine—has been selectee 1 from the west, and allof these western men except--one—John C. Fremont- have been.-elected. •'','-! '- - ' - "V •The truth is thaVall -attempts. to loosen the grip of - New York on the democratic candidacy next year are foredoomed, to -'failure.. , Naturally enough the west is restive under the decree which excludes- it from all favors -in democratic presidential conventions, but .no help for this state of things is in sight. ' 'Vice presidential nominations are the utmost to'-which the section ca.n aspire with any hope of success. It is true, of .course, that outside of Indiana the west has no electoral votes to bestow on a democratic national ticket;"yet, the 'help which.it often :ob;taihs from that state,"'-and'the. growing- strength of the party in other states of this locality, ought to give some rights' to the section which Dominating conventions, are bound to respect. The west at this momentfhas a good many men who, in their locality, are thought'to be deserving, of the highest' political honors. Ohio has Campbell, Indiana McDonald and Gray, Illinois Morrison and Palmer, and other The most certain'; arid safe Pai Remedy in the world that instant! stops the most excruciating pains. I it is truly the great CONQUEROR OF PAIN and has done more good than any known remedy, FOR SPRAINS, BRUISES, BACK ACHE, PAIN IK-THE CHEST OR SIDES,[HEADACHE, TOOTHACHE OR ANY OTHER EXTERNAL PAIN, a few applications rubbed by tbe hand act like inagie, the pain to instantly stop. For COLDS, BRONCHITIS PNEUMONIA; CONGESTION, INFLAMMATIONS, RHEUMATISM, NEURALGIA, LUMBAGO, SCIATIC!" PAINS IN THE SMALL OF BACK? etc., more extended applications are necessary to effect'a cure. ALL INTERNAL PAINS, PAINS IN BOWELS OR STOMACH CRAMPS, SPASMS, SOUR STOMACH, NAUSEA, VOMITING HEARTBURN, NERVOUSNESS' SLEEPLESSNESS, SICK HEADACHE, •-'• DIARRHCEA, COLIC FLATULENCY, FAINTING SPELLS are relieved instantly and quickly cured by takine internally a half to a teaspoonful of Ready Relief in half a 'tumbler of water' " WITH RAD WAY'S PILLS THER IS NO BETTER CURE OR PREVEi TIVE OF FEVER AND AGUE. Price SOc. per bo trie. Sold by Any "R. E. K.»- O] •'READY RELIEF". A nnmbor of desirable sale, drawing fi per cent BI Among Special est. 'perties, Acres we ar- 40 ucres near Sou til CMctl'o, $2,000 per aero. Inside Income-Producing Business Properties Mm.™ ° fflC ° buiWin i" ' Q hear t of the city. Price irak'i)™ !easobold m (trowing retail district. Price, '••0 lots in all parts of the cit i EnrII>h Diamond Br«nd. ENNYROYAL PILLS 9,- Orleit.nl and Only Genuine. *rc. ahraya reliable, LAQIES Mtk ... . for Clttchcttfrt Enqlish Dla-t mond Jfrand la Kcd and Gold mcUllioN LL -:c<, BcaJbd irhh blue rlbboa. Take other* Refute dangerowi tulttitu* i* and imitation!. AtDraggi3tB,orsea<14c. ^tftmpt tor tmrtlcularo, (vitlnioalftb tad cellof Tor Ladle*,** in letter, " 10.000 TcnlmODia.4. A' 1-1-- — •.»•.%_ v v iu "i lUJll f»tl"P6t til Ml f* south on the east line of Hum slreet to Osow pen west on south line or 0«i«e street 1 o Wljrat land street, thence, west on south line of Wliealliinc Mrcet tu ine Chicago branch of the Plttsfinre CJn .e iimttl. Chicago & St. Louis Hallway, thence south •Hung said railway to 11 a-rket street. ther:<* cast 01 the nonh line of Market street to Eel river thence easterly along the north bank of Eel river «"th the meanders thereof, to the place of beginning And it is ordered that the elections in said precinct be. he>d at ttie engine bouse In said ward Jracm " M,» ? i nc 5 N °- 4 "~ AU that territory embraced wil'-ln the 101 owlugmeies and bounds, to-wlt: Cominenc- Ing at the westend the offic-1 river bridge onJIarket itrw In said ward, thence west alon| 1 he north bunk of Eel and Wabath rivers, with the meimdeS ,m^f°/ it '? lhew £ s J :1ImlTS of sald ward,, thence- north to the south line o£ the Peorla branch ol the r-, u.c.&bt. L.Kiulvray thence east aloiic the Peorlabranchof.theP.C.a<£ St. Louis Mlway to Market .street, thence east on thn south line .. ol Market- street to the plact of beginning. And It' Is ordered that (he Ml •Hi on west line of . , Sold If «U Local Drusjiiu, Phllmdi, I>£ or Sale by B. F, Keesllng, Druggist. SECOND '-'-WARD. ' Precinct No ,1-All that territory embraced within the following metes and bounds, to-wlt: Conimenc- IngMEelrlveron Fourth street, thence ruiinlne south ou the west line of Fourth street to'Fel R ve avenue, thence south west on lie north line" of Ee Eli er avenue to Third street, thence north on Thlrc street to Eel river brkte, thence northwest on eas l-^? I , bycal y Q ?, restree , ttotllellorth Itaillsof the |ccond ward, thence along the north limits of said Second ward to the west Jine of Stevens. Moblej and Clary's additions to the city of Log;m<™it thence north along the west line'of said additons to the north limits of said ward, thence eastern the north line of said ward to Clifton avenue thence sou halongthe west line of Clifton avenue to Hjnna street, thence southwest along the north line otllannastreettoPontiac street ftence south along the west line of Jfontian street to the north bsink ol Ee river, thence we« on tbe north bank of hel river with the meanders thereof to a point opposite Fourth street to the place of beglunfmf And It is ordered that the elections' in said pri dnctbeheldatwhatis now known at Schaefer's cooper shop In sf.Id ward. Twlm'h stw^tjto'lhe t S e or°b^nnfns t ^L°l is ordered that the elections Jn, ? "-' ----- • c eventeenth street, thencesouth on weLf Un? S ttS C ° Ullty Of Cass - ' an witl outtKenameRADWAY is COUNT ERFBIT PILLS , The Great Liver and Stomach Bemcd. For the cure of all disorders of the STOMACH, LIVER, BOWELS/ KID NEYS BLADDER NERVOUS, DIS EASES, LOSS of APPETITE, HEAD ACHE, CONSTIPATION, COSTIVE NESS, INDIGESTION, BILIOUSNESS FEVER, INFLAMMATION Of the BOWELS, PILES, and all derangements of the Internal Viscera. Purely Vegetable, containing no cury, minerals, or DELETERIOUS DRUGS- •::"-.... PERFECT. DIGESTION will be accomplished by taking RADWAY'S PILLS. Eyso doing Dyspepsia, SICKHEADACH, FOULSTOMACHE BILIOUSNESS, will be'avoided. and thefood that is eaten contribute- its nourlshingrproperties to the sup port of the natural waste of the body Price 25c.'peribox. SOLD BY ALL DRCCISTS CDeap Lands and Homes in Ke tucky, Teiiuesee, A LA JB A MA Mississippi and Louisiana. i ,.],--,—,-=-Jetes and bounds, to-wit: Commencing at Jiel river on Fourth street, thence running south on the east line of Fourth street to Broadway str-et, thence east on the north line or Broadwur |K?? tttoFI P bsJ !?* et - tll encesonthoiieast Hue of- 1-lHh street to the Wabash and Erie canal bed, ihenee east along the north line ol said canal bed to seventh street, thence north on the, west line of Seventh street to High slreet. thence west on the south line of High street to Sixth street, thence north on the west line of Sixth street to Eel river and thence west alone the south bimjcol Eel river with the meanders thereof to the phr e ol' begin--' - And It is ordered that the elections in Sid ••••'•"•-•"---• sueet engine house , B*^*Tswision held iti tin*council cli"iTni>pT*nf <niri .iLj Oil \i CuiUJjjQgy CVCUJJlE iftlTCll 38 "FhQ1 rnl'i-fltr sfll^^SSS!? . 1 . Tlprtrn fT JOBN.I.T A66 ABr, Clerk City or Logass Ladies J500 Reward, -. i oxesor JIoJjaTWefflcJnctCo., Toledo', O lourtS |^P° rt .y»<J,byBe D Flsber, No 312 Mention paper. ' r h tb On the line of the Queen '& Crescent Eoute c be fpimd 2,000,01X1 acre.-, of splwdld bottom; n land timber and stock lauds. Also the hue fruit and mineral lands on the continent tor sa on favorable terms. - - - FAHMERS1 with iill thy getting g«i a home" the sunny South, where bllzzaiSs and 'ce el plains are unknown.. Tbe Queen & Cre',icent' Route is 04 Miles th Shortest and Quickest Line . Cinclnaii to New Orleans Time 27 Hours. • '• Entire Trains,- Baggage Car, :iiay Coaches Sleepers run through without change. 110 Miles the Shortest, 3, Hours the Quickest Cincinnati to Jacksonville,- Fla Time 27 Hours. The only line running Solid Trains and Throug • . Sleeping Cars. h - ONLY LINE FROM' CINCINNATI TO ' hattanoga, Tenn., Fort Payne, Ala., Meridian I Miles the Shortest CinclMatt tolL'exlngton, Kj S Hours-Quickest Cincinnati to Knoxvllle, Tenn 16 Miles the Shortest Cincinnati to Atlanta and Augusta, Ga. *,5£ Jles the Shortest Cincinnati to Anniston Ala Miles the Shortest Cincinnati to Birmingham 15 Miles Shortest Cincinnati to Mobile, Ala. reel connections at New.Orleans and Shrevepon or Texas, Mexico, California Trains leave Central Union Depot, Cincinnati, easing the Famous. High Brlrtee of-'Kentuukj d rounding the teise of Lookout Mountain ilraan Boudoir Sleepers on all Thrcmgli Ti-aln,'- er One Million Acres of Land In Albania, thr future fireat State of the Sonlh sublect to pre-em ntlon. Unsurpasned climate, ^or Correct County jiaps, Lowest Raws and 1 particulars addres, ]). G. EDWARDS (ren ssenger & Ticket Agent. ' aQueejj & Crescent Route, Cincliinntl. 0. fnn t i N ° -S-AUtHatterTltorr embrac.-d within e foUoivljig-nietes and Uouuds, to-wlt: Commence 0,1 tbe south bank of Eel river at th« JL "Si- lion with Third street, tneuce miming south to Eel Hl e ^ il p e ? l i e ,' tben '' e " 0 !« lra ^ along the souti line of £el Elver avenue to Fourth- street, thence south on tbeeastltne of Fourth street to Broiul- r?J ^fv^n,??- 6818 * 0" ' b e south line ol Broadway .street to Fifth street, tiicuce south on the west He of Fifth street to Market streef thence ^st on the north line -of Marker streftt to »1 Elver j l .y?{. lu «:, t^nee southwest on Eel River avenue .., nue to the Wabash river, and-thence northwest aloi the south bank of Eel 'river, with; the meande thereol to the place of beginning:- And it Is o dera! that the elections In said precinct be held the township trustee's office ID said wardT '' ' JOSEPH GILLOTT'S STEEL PENS. GOLD'MEDAL, PM\S EXPOSITION, 1889. THE MOST PERFECT OF PENS. •... ... Precinct No. 1-AI1 that' territory embraced -wit In the f .-.llowlng metes and bounds, towit- Con fencing M. the corner of Kel Klver avenue nn Market srreet. thence.runninffeast to Fifth stree thence, southeast to Oak street. tben.-e south aJor the w (| st line of Oak street to Canal street, them west along the north line o£ Canal street- to Fourt n b H n 'V2 ut !' °" ffle ,west line of Fourt ,;r, . ^ ie ^usM river, thence west nlons tl. nonh biitilt of the Wai)a,sh river, with the mean ders thereof, to Ed filve-r avenue. Snd too ,c i?.n rv, ? e ^' Me o1 ' "es'inlns. And it is orders M * 1 1 ele , ctlt ' lis '' ln said precinct-be held at-th Id brick-school house in said ward . ' v '";"';-'- u vt?hh?V r r, et > N 'n V AU th;lt territory.; embraced fol!o " mete s and bounds, to-wlt ^ corner of the Wabash and .aJ b«d and Oak street, tuence- running a one the south line of the. Wal>ash and Erie «mlbed to Twelfth streef..th«icesout line of Twelfth 'street to th'e Twa west along the north bank of the wt}l the me a»dMs thereof, to . street, thence north along the the ea.st DC of Fourth street -.to-Canal strept. thence ea-t n Canal street to -pa k street, thence north on the isf. line ot Oak <treet,;tathe place.dl beglnning; Is ordered tbattheelections'lh saidIrecluct e held atHarry-Torr's-omce In snld mtrd -."" Precinct No. 3.^-Tlm third precinct of said ward compmed of all that part or said ward Mug arid Wabash river, including Biddle's It Is ordered that the election In said preclnctbe leltl at Amans carriage trlnnhlng 'shop on Burt- gton avenue In'sald ward. FODKTH WATOV,-..'•"•": ;; Precinct No. l.-All theteirliory embraceJ ftlth- n tbe ioDowlng nietefr and ho miK t" \Mt Com- enclng at tlie coiner ol Sixth and Hirfj streefs lence i unning north on Ponti.w 5'reet to Jlanmi rett. thence eilit on the south llnfe of .llanna e ,S,\il" ton ' IVf>n ut, thenco north o'l the e.ist ne of Cllllon avenue lo the raid bnumlnrv line. mu= r f V! lone tJ" 1 w ' ll<d - bou "iU" line to east rnltsrf Mid ward thence southeast filonirthe "of said ward ;»l'el river, thence nest along north bank of Eel river, with the meanders It •», tr ,o Do, Yol tester SpeMlate —IN. STOCKS, BONDS, A.ND PROVISIONS f witn a reliabjefirm who lai-e had Kn i.ace, and are members of die Clii«u.o." Board of I !g do and Stock Exchange. Who da business strictly on Commission. Refer to Illir.oi* Trubt and Sa\ ,n{?b BaaK, Chicago. C. A. WHYLAND i CO. ® IO PaoflVe Ave. . Clrfoago, 117s. We send fre . of charge our Daily Market Eepop icd Circular oc application 'merest allowed on monthly balances. CiTOPS *«• ^^ unnatural .. discharges in 24. .-hours. C URES Gleei ;& Gonorrhea in 3 days. No stricture NoPain. SURE Adopted bythcGer- manGovernmenlfor H.«spitaJ &Army use P.S.C.?'sputupfor American trade in a patent bortle.ho!d- ing syringe (see cut) At druggists, $1.00, i --- sent.sealcd, for $1.10 The Von MohlCompany, Cincinnati. Chio. Solo .imcricua /sent!. ' • B F. KEESLTKC?, Agent, Logansport, Ind. DR. HOBHE'S ELECTRIC TRUSSES Have Cured 1 0.OQf> Rnptures in 15 Years; • 'Isiiffered with a flonlile rupture 5 jTirt Tovr Ele<s ™ rC(1 mo ^ 3 K months. .1 s. Pm r POT ' • '90. Chattauon , ISO WABASH AVE., CHIM

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