Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on April 28, 1891 · Page 8
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, April 28, 1891
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CUBA'S BANDIT KING. How Ho SlRrm HI H I nper» and Condootn HI. How wretched is the man -who has fallen a victim to Biliousness, Indigestion, Sick Headache, or diseased Liver, with all the horrible attendants. Look upon the picture. , Poor man, being tired of dragging out a miserable existence, ho is the picture o! despondency; altogether, be is rather a forlorn specimen. t-Do we pity him? Of course; but aUhe same tine feel assured that in a measure he is to blame for the bad state into -which he has fallen. A sure, safe, sppedy and easy cure can be found in Simmons Liver Regulator—Nature's own remedy. No mercury or deleterious drugs, not unpleasant to the taste, and alwuys reliable—just such a remedy as you can pin your faith to without a shadow of disappointment. Read the testimonial, don't take our word for it: - 'T have bi. en subject to severe spelN of Congestion of trie 1-hcr, and have been in the knhi: of inking from 15 to 20 grain:, of cal»-iiel, H-h/ch £c!)t-r:il!y laid mt; ii[* for three or ft-ur ihvys. Lnti:]y I have been taking Simmons" ;.; ve r Regulator \vhi,-h gave mi: relief, u-iih- ut nuy interruption to business." j. I luce, Middle-port,' hio J. II. ZXIX.tjV Sf CO.. - PHonaCTOKS, PHILADELPHIA. PA. 1'KJCK, 81.OO. A Noted Divine Says: "Ibave been usingTutfaLiverPllln for Dyspepsia. -Weak Stomacb and Co«tlvene», nittb wlUcb X faavvlonr been »ff tictod. nit's Pills ...._ A SPECIAL BLESSING. I never bad anything to do me so much rood. I reccomnaend them to all a* tll« brat medlcin.e In existance." Bev. F. R. OSGOOD, New Tork. SOLD EVEEYWHEEE. Office, 39 & 4:1 Park Place, N. Y. tnag Hit], fonnn«»h«»Bb«i!n m«iIoK work for ni, by Ann. Pn|tc, Aiut| D , «««, >nd Jno. Bonn, Tokdo, Ohio. Whr il horns, nhcrertr you art. Ev«n be! .loniir. are «»nlv earnlnir from *5 to «».d»y. All „„. w.rtow you how and Hart you. Can work In ttart Ilm» or all tl,« i| mB . Big. roon / or wort _ Si... 1 ^ 11 ."" unknown amonc th>m. .io[:iii««7on. Goodwin,trcy,N.Y,,ntivark for M. Reader you may rW m^to u uiuth, but we can , u we can ch you quickly bovr to earn tnxrt $1, to iji day »t the start, and morp ajyouro . Both Mxea, all S B M. It, any part of America, you can commence at home, glr- Inj? all your tloiVfOr ipare matneot. only to the work. All ll new. Great pay SUB* for every worker. Wo atari yea, toraUblng everrthlnfr. EASILY, SPEEDILY leapnerf rACTiek-LAKS Flt^E. Addrc STISSOX * CO., l-OKIUJiD, FTKTE 'PAPER HANGINGS iTERIOR DrORflTORS. rBESCOKIG CHURCHES, '. .^1t RESIDEItCES, SO. V7e invite visitors to call and inspect, Correspondence solicited. W, P. NELSON & CO,, !93 WAOASH AV£ M CHICAI30, ILL The latest advices from Cuba indicate that the arrival of General Polavieja, the new Captain-General, is especially welcome, because the people rely upon his well-known energy as a military man to be delivered from the highway robbers who 'terrorize some districts of the island. He is the man to take radical measures against the banditti, whoso audacity could not be restrained by tho former Captain-General, who remained only four months in Cuba, and who was not as energetic as a purely military man, like General Polavieja,' The famous highwayman, Manual Garcia, is no lonjrer satisfied with the title of taptain or Colonel of'bandits. His proclamations are sig-ned, according to the usual royal custom in Spain: "I, the King- of the country people and of nearly the whole island -of Cuba, Manuel Garcia the First" Garcia receives a monthly assessment from the planters and merchants, to whom he promises immunity from his depredations, and occasionally he detains travelers until a ransom has been paid for obtaining their freedom, Thetom- pany of the Villaneuva recently refused to pay an assessment of §20,000 laid upon it by his Majesty Manuel Garcia. This endaiig-ered his prestig-e, and punishment was imperative. At the head of a half-squadron of banditt', well armed and riding- in their fine blue uniform on swift horses, Manuel Garcia occupied the depot of Quivican, took possession of the archives and safe and set fire to the buildings. iJefore leaving he intrusted to the care of the depot master a letter to the directors of the company, informing them that their contribution was increased by SS.'OOO as a punishment for having disobeyed the orders of his Gracious Majesty, as he is styled by the Cuban narrator of the event By another letter he sent a cartel to the gendarmes, but was careful not to wait for their arrival. The railroad company, of course, did not pay this assessment of 835,000, and Garcia raided another depot and compelled the employes to tear out some rails from the track. The next tra ; n was thrown from the track, and Garcia and his band fired upon it, wounding some passengers. He captured a locomotive engineer and q-ave him another letter for the railroad directors, whom he assessed asrain, this time to the amount of S300,- 000. He also sent one more cartel to the gendarmes, in which he wrote: "If the whole Spanish army was at my heels it could not capture me." Manuel Garcia might have added: "Thanks to the swiftness of my horse," for he has always a good stock of horses and does not run the risk of being compelled sometimes to cry.like Hichard IIL, "My kingdom for a horse." • TheseCuban banditti are superstitious, and they think they ward off capture by the gendarmes by reciting the follow-in-*' blasphemous prayer: "Oh! Lord, when my enemies (the gendarmes) will pursue me, let not their feet be useful for running; neither their hands take hold of me, nor their eyes see me. Throw them down, as Thou hast thrown those who wanted to arrest Tbee on Holy Thursday. Deliver me from them, as Thou hast delivered Jonah from the whale's breast!" But they have not thought of including- the ropes of the gallows in this sacrilegious invocation. —N. Y. Tribune. Ke- NEW DEMANDS OF SCIENCE. Larter Opportunities for Scientific search Noetled. Every large university which follows the development of modern science and mathematics is compelled to add new courses of study continually to the curriculum in order that the special investigator shall have the means of pursuing research. In spite of the activity m_large universities, thought of modern scientists is even more progressive, and it is possible for the compfaint to come that universities do not yet offer wide enough opportunities for study. Such a charge is made by Cleveland Abbe in the Atlantic Monthly. His pica is for a greater recognition of the claims of terrestrial physics, which embrace the problems "in which we consider the land, the ocean and the atmosphere, respectively, as units, or as parts of the greater unit which astronomers call 'the earth.' " The branches of the subject comprise many interesting- fields of modern scientific research. Already the conditions of the interior of the earth and the reaction of that upon the surface are the subjects of experimental work. The crust of the earth forms an important branch of study. Geology may observe phenomena, but it has not yet been explained whether the general locations of the features of the continents and ocean beds have always been as now, and what the mechanism is of the rise and faU of mountain chains The subject of' earthquakes or seismology has not yet been satisfactorily studied. Nutation and rotation of the earth and the mysterious forces of ter~ restial magnetism are still secrets held fast by nature. The relation between the ocean and the land, and the problems of the ocean, which forms the branch of oceanography, offer a series of particularly interesting problems The atmosphere is a part of the earth, and great progress will be made in the future in the prediction of daily weather, of extensive climatic chang-es and droughts and floods. Our signal serv ice and State weather service would tin doubtedly be improved by collegiate support, rn this rapid review of° the suggestions made in an important ar tiele it may be seen that quick and lively scientific demands a.re pressin"- the universities to recognition of grea° fields of study. The day of exclusive devotion to ancient literature and the classics has- passed, and it is alroady a question whether the universities will maintain an equilibrium between science and the arts. .Modern curiosity is unbounded, and the world holds great secrets for the earnest student.—Boston Journal. Have you a Pittsburgh, Rochester, Duplex, or a Student Lamp? Do they work satisfactorily? Do your " Lamp Chimneys I break? You get the wrong-sort. ihe RIGHT ones are the "PEARL GLASS," made „_, Geo. A. Macbeth & Co., Pittsburgh, makers of the celebrated "Pearl-top " lamp chimney, which have given universal satisfaction. NOTICE. lit f* Vr^'S^^^' K^rs l(i' . J V <j!(lli-r itex, v 0 !»,t-,,r o'i «", ; d f,, *»ll j ' ^ § «»nl»«litr™,wl, m . v ° r 7l"v! i ;". Auf ev,., vthinp. wl 1 ^?. 1 !.! 1 .'.f.. x-"!.', 1 ^- ''•'"*.'" '" l«'(irii. W. furoUl, "wyUiii.KTwi'MMyo",,;""^' Y! I^KS^^,^,^^ J&r^rMSfaB!*?. to .* io """"""' .mi (i, 'llii.k.a , woikcr. 'lupivril., MK>ni, mWa , n l,, g (•„,, KS to *B ™ r \,;,.'„ , ,,„ I p"is™:2r,:±''tfejj?«t*•«*»'» - ^vft u.r;rmu liu i'ru L £t! tr-X^E&^u^&'^St' 'lie Voter* or the City |l>oi-r, Tudiaun, Of tlio Cl.ansx-1,, tbc Boundaries oribc Voting Prcciitftn or Said x Made by tile Common Their Regular WCKKICII IS, 1801. Count!) al • rT r?,% V ?, tl?p!i *J,V, lleCltyof , Lo! '' !1 ' ls P or t. Cuss Cow- Ij , Ind aim. will hereby take notice that the MJow- 1 IK order was made hy the Common Council ol the City ol Logansport. Cass Ccumy, Indiana, ai th "lr r ' M session, Wednesday evening, March IS, //i accordance »UH on act of tlie Legislature of the Stale oTIncUana, approved March 6, lisa it is ordered by tlie Common Council of the City of I o- ransport Cuss County Indiana; and the'- do now »"» and ailojjt 11)6 following voitag pre'eliictx In J° several wards of. tlie City of Losa&sport, ind. snce south along the west line of Iafhth Iteli sirect, and then«, w« cf M^?;? Broadway street SrSS f xSJslijiliM imlB'Oddway streets, tlienoe •- lw " ulu it Is 2St HIRES' IMPROVED ROOT BEER! IKtIDUIC. NOBOIUMCORtTBAIHint EASurM/Jlc [ THIS PACK-.CE MAKES FIVE CAUOiVS ROOT BEfR. aoiona ana SparMtog. TOT U Ask your Dnige'Ist or Grocer for i^ c. e. HIRES, ""PHILADELPHIA WARD. j>recInetNo. 1-AH thatterrltoryembraceclwlthln tlii; tollpwlng metes and bounds, io-wli: Coimnene- ifig at the nortvest comer of Sycamore ;," ™ (ma- line of Ottawa street to Vine sU-eet. C '^ena' SnSi along Hie west line of Vine street to Miami street thence west on the north line of Miami street to P urn sum, thence north along the east 111" of Plum street to Bates street, thence west alona the north line of Bales street 10 Holland street ihcnce north on the east llne of Holland streetlo the north boundary line of said First ward, and thence east along the north line of said ward to £"camore street, iind thence, south along the west line ot ™yca- more street to tlitf place of. beginning ind Us ordered that the ejections In said prednct be cnriiur' fit' int in in "n -n ri,.i ... i .^ SOUluWCSt ^-. -_ WARD- e ejections In said 2 -~ Ah lh!lt et t s on the south line of et street to fclxteeptb street thence s ! 8 . 1 . 1 "* of Sixteenth street to Ime,?) ...........^ •,v/iu,A-estconifr of Ottawa and Sycamore streets, thence running south alone the. west llne ot Ss'catnore street to Chlppawa street, thence west ontheuortl] line of Chlppawa sireet to Plum street, thence south on the, west line of Mum street to Osage street, thence west on the north line of psiige and Wheatland meets to the Ch caw f branch of the Plttsburg, Chicago, Cincinnati & s r Louis Hallway, thence South along the C of K;?ld railway to the. Peoria branch of said railway thence west ipllowlnd the north line of said iCrtobraiich of said railway to the west limits of said ward thence, north to the line of the V. abash and TvB canalthence east along the line of the Wabash SH^«?""iB*!?.™)<'»<^toet,thence south " wajd. reet engine house in said wirhfn'S .^i? 1 f ~ A!1 tllat territory within the Jollowing met«s and bounds Commencing at tel river on Sixteei' Attractive and Promising Investments In ^^ •• | \J f\ ^^m ^J i u.,., j,,,n vu.nu ueu LU tiunaiiu srreet, thence south REAL ESTATElsKi=S™«=|s TURNER & BOND, 102 Washington St., Chicago, III. Established 1875. Reference htKail. Bank, Chicago. | A numhpr nf rtoot^ihi;: il.? 1 *?™toinv_eatrnen.ts. | then west on south llne of Osiige street to Wlieat- voPlum strett, thence south on Piuni strert"to M am street, thence east along the south llae' of Miami s tret to VI ne street, tiience north on the east ^^^^TSSfrSSZlS ffiM^M^^ffiJj^"! the school nouse yurd in said ward PreclnctNo.3-AllthatterrItorj-embraced within the lollowlDB metes and bounds, to-wjt: Commencing at the southw est corner of Sycamore and Chi n Rf™S^:J h ^i«^"»J"€.4ro" et be dk Si\ 1 l 1 ,... ,.,,,, u /.,i/<r. ux UJ ^•Cr'IIL.Sl HsSFMiEsIES- st R % ff% H* oM ^/ «— "MH VIOD u,nuuLiiiir rteal Jcsi ^ss^ e ^^ss^^^^^ I WORLD'S FAIR PROPERTY Corner Midway PbHmnu &. Stony Island Boulevard hlnnaf ])OtGl -" " — " sst on south line of Osiigi """- '*"••• "i west on so n't RO branch of ^, c St. Louis Railway IMPORTAN7V IF TRUE. Bis- •-OC to h "A':- : / It CXU--23 Ir,:: ; iu .Liver r.ud >u;! ^ • pation, Hheui.fi: ; It purifies ti:c weak sti'ong sands have been i'^r.vO'v-u by this great Eii..;cn..t you? Very large bottia ,„. v _, „„„ every bottle -warranted. oold by B. F. Keesling- and' D.E Pryor. YOU WEAK MAN! ^^^'^SS&iS^SSi Slavery to anmnnly practices. Nervousness Shrunken Organa.-all these are curable- I OUR HEW An Alleged Cure For Tuberculosis covered By Prof. Koch. The medical profession in Baltimore is talking- about the announcement from the Berlin Medical Congress that a euro has been found for tuberculosis or consumption in pruinea pigs and probably in man. It has been so frequently announced that a remedy had been found for this irrepressible disease that physicians usually greet such a statement with unbelief. This time it comes from Prof. Eobert Koch, the distinguished director of the Hygienic Institute in Berlin, the man who gave bacteriology a placs in science. Prof. Koch said, according to the last issue of the British Medical Journal: "It is not necessary, as has often been, erroneously assumed, that bacteria should be killed in the body in order to make them harmless; it is sufficient to prevent their growth and multiplication. I -have at last hit •upon a substance which has the power of preventing the growth of tubercle bacilli, not only in a test tube, but in the body of an aniraaL My researches on this subject, although they have already occupied me for nearly a year, are not yet completed, and I can only- say this much about them—that guinea pig-s, which, as is well known, are ex READY REUEiN The most certain^ and safe Pain Remedy in the world that instantly stops the most excruciating pains. It it is truly the great CONQUEROR OF PAIN and has done more good than any known remedy. FOR SPRAINS, BRUISES, BACKACHE, PAIN IN THE CHEST OR SIDES,!HEADACHE, TOOTHACHE OR ANY OTHER EXTERNAL PAIN, a few applications rubbed on by the hand act like magic, causing- the pain to instantly stop. For COLDS, BRONCHITIS,PNEUMONIA, CONGESTION, INFLAMMATIONS, RHEUMATISM, NEURALGIA, LUMBAGO, SCIATICAS 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, DIARRHOEA, COLIC FLATULENCY, FAINTING SPELLS are relieved instantly and quickly cured by takmc internally a half to a teaspoonful of Ready Relief in half a tumbler of water. WITH RAD WAY'S PILLS THERE IS NO BETTER CFRB OR PREVENTIVE OF FEVER AND AGUE. Price 5Oc.>er bottle. Sold by druggists Any "R. R R" O r .auj 'READY BELIEF' with- .e« tlie north line ol Market street to Eel river them* easterly along the north bank of Eel river with t1lle . 1 » e .™ llers thereol, to the place of beginrtnc' hi! s °l er ^ tto , the e'^t'oiis Insamf7rectact .held at tBeenglne Louse In said ward said city to north to ing at the corner of Twelfth aud Sraead streets P ChIdieiter>« Eonll-h Diamond Bruil. ENNYROYAL PILLS -SJ-Jv OrlelLnlnndOnlyCenulno. - - 1Mfc * J ^ ""f* F F-. ajways reliable. LADICB u .—-..-...-igmetes and bounds, to-wlt: Commencing at the westend the offiel river bridge ODjSrket bankof'FPp.nrtw-? 6 ^,™ 6 ^ !llon « the nonh oaijA 01 ±,ej jnd Wwbii ia rlver.s. with the meafiders- thereof, to the west limits of said ward thence north to the south line of the Peoria branch of the P., C..C.i.&t. L.Railway thence east alonz the Feorla branch of the P.O. C. & St. Louis BuSlirjr to Market street, thence east on the south line of Market street to the p ^f r J^nl'iK. And It Is ordered that the ™nti t ' aencesouth on we toe Seventeenth street to Wabasli Hailwav thence WPW along said railway to Twelfth s^et. thenceforth e eas " e01 Twelrtt streetto he p?af e of S ls0deredtll! " ; lhe elections to ci na Brand In JCcd and Cold xcu, gcnlDd irttli blue ribbon. o othcf. RrfMcdangerou* fublfitu* f ne and Imitation*. Al Druggioti, orncnd4fl. stumpi for particulars, testimonials and 'ffllaf far tadlca," in letter, bj >e(n alU lO.OOOTc.tlmon)! ' Sold br ill Local Drut^uT '—phuidi," !•* For Sale by B. |f Keesllnc, Urueglst. ,rco^ Butr.10, x.y. Yea CANT HOOK HEALTH? traordinarily susceptible to tuberculo-i ^—^ T.J.UU.- sis, if exposed to the influence of this A1TT - tKo nomoT? A DW 1 V •' substance cease to react to the Inocula- OUt til e HaiHeKAl> VV A1 , IS a VEGETABLE COUGHS AND COLDS. , 85c. «nd •!. at a l MOBGAU & MS, PROVIDENCE. R.L TlUDESDPPtlEDbj- ROSS GORDON LaFayette, Ind. For sale byB. F Keesling- -:'i substance cease to react to the Inoculation of tuberculosis virus, and that in, guinea pigs suffering- from general tu bercnlosis even to a hig-h degree the morbid process crfri be'brought to a complete standstill without tho body being- in any way injuriously affected." One of the officials of the Johns Hopkins Hospital states fbat this is the "most important discovery in medical science in many years, and is receiving serious consideration everywhere, as Prof. Koch is among the world's -foremost medical experimenters. He has made a number of important and successful cont.ribu tions to science, and any thing- from him is accepted as a fact not to be de nied. It now remains to be seen u>ha is the remedial substance, and whether it will cure man. That it willis though hiphly probabla Every year one-seventh of the country's population is carried off by tuberculosis, so a cure for the disease is an economic as well as a philanthropic and scientific question." —Baltimore Sun. A Matter of Necessity. Pair Widow—I hope, sir,-that my property will be safe in your hands. Unmarried Solicitor—There is only one way of being absolutely certain about that Widow (breathlessly)—What is that? Solicitor—Marrying me.—Figaro. Cheap Landty and Homes in Kentucky, Teuiiesee, ALABAMA: 8 , Mississippi and Louisiana. On the line of tne Queen & Crescent Bonte tefoimd-2,UOO.OOU acres of splendid bottom? land, timber and stock lands. """"'• COUNTERFEIT ADWAY'S PILLS, The Great layer and Stomach Eemedy Forthecureof ail disorders of the STOMACH, LIVER, BOWELS, KIDNEYS, BLADDER, NERVOUS, DISEASES, LOSS of APPETITE, HEAD- ACHE.j CONSTIPATION, COSTIVE NESS, INDIGESTION, BILIOUSNESS FEVER, INFLAMMATION Of the BOWELS, PILES, and all derange ments of the Internal Viscera. Purely Vegetable, containing no mercury, minerals, ; or DELETERIOUS DRUGS. PERFECT DIGESTION will be accomplished by taking RADWAY'S PILLS. By so doing Dyspepsia, Tbe Queen & Crescent Route-is M-Miles-the Shortest and Quickest Line Cincinati to New Orleans Time 27 Hours. Entire Traln.i, Baggage Car, ' Bay Coaches an sleepers ran through without change. 110 Miles tue Shortest, 3 Hours tlie Quickest Cincinnati to Jacksonville, F]a Time 27 Hours. -• The only line/running Solid Trains and Sleeping Cars. ONLY BINE PROM CINCINNATI TO Chattanoga, Term., Fort Payne, Ala Meridian Miss VlekbWK, Mlss.7aSev1™rt. La 20 Miles the SfcoMest Cincinnati to Lexini SECOND WARD. ct No ,1-All that territory embraced within .--* Ing metes :UK! bounds, to-wit- Commencing iit Eel river on Fourth street them*i rumflns south oti the west line of Fourth street to Eel River avenue, thence southwest on the north line of Eel Blver avenue to Third street, tbeaeenorth on Third street to Eel river brldce, thence northwest on ™t line of bycamore street to the north limits of trie Second ward, thence along the north limits of snld Second ward to the west line of Stevens Mobler and Clary's additions to the city of Loeansnort thence north along the west line of said additions to tlie north limits of said ward thence eisr rm HIB north line of said ward to Cilfton avSulf tSel south along the west line of Clifton avenue to Haium street, thence southwest along the north line ut Banna street to Pontlac street fhence south iilongthe west line of Jfontiac street to the north banlc of Eel river, thence weston thp nnrrh K. IT ,V «* Eel river with the meanders thereof toTpomto^ poste Fourth street to the place of beKhinlmz And It is ordered that the elections in saw nri clnctUe held at what Js now known at ScaaefeK cooper shop In said ward. o^uauer b Precinct JS0.2-A11 that territory embraced within the following metes and bounds, to-wic Commenc Ing at Eel river on Fourth street thence r mfimr south on the east line of Fourth street to Broadw- v strset, thence east on the north llul of Broadway street to Fifth street, tiience sont on east line of Fifth street to the Wabash and Erie cana b m's 1 ™^ 1 1 1011 ? thenorth llne o£ said canal'b to Seventli «treet, thence north »n the west line Seventh strw: to High street, thence west on t south line of High street to Sixth street thej north on the west line of Sixth street to Eel rfve inc thence west alone the south bank of Eel rl\ with the meanders thereof to the phi e of bed ilug. And It Is ordered that the elections hi f nsaid^^"tbesorth stree?Inghmhoa Precinct No .S-A11 that territory embraced with he following metes and bounds, to-wl t Comme i tig on the south bank of Eel river at the liTtS^e Ion with Third street, thence runnincsouth to F Elver avenue tbenr-e northeast alo | t he"out ne of Eel Blver avenue to Fourth street thpnc outsi on theeastlme of Fourth "trlet to Bra- d -ay street, thence east on the south line of »Vn r way street to Fifth street, thence" outh on the ,« ne of Fifth street to Market street .ttei rewest 01 venue, thence southwest oi/Eel Hlver^iwim Hhe Wabash river, and thence northwest a^on ie south bank of Eel river, with the me-indei hereof, to the place of beginning. And It "s or ereri that tbe elections in said precinct be held f he township trustee's office in said ward. THIRD -\VABB. ^^^^SS&^S^SSi ^•^^^s^x^ witness my hand ana the seal of the CltV of I n» gansport. thlsmh day of March,,1891 ' [SEAL. J JOHX J. TAG G AKT, , Clerk City of Loguasport, Indiana, tiTOPS ALL ^-* unnatural discharges in ~ ~ hours. CURES Gleet & Gonon-iiei. in 3 days. No Stricture No Pain. SURE Adopted by the Gcr. maoGovernniont'fop Hospital &Armyus» P.S.C. 's put up fop American trade i& a patent bottle holdk ing syringe (see cutl( At druggists, $1.0lk inchidingSjiritift ,os sent,scai<:d.for The Von Mohl Company, Cl nctnnatt Chk 1 SOlfi Am^rlf-nn I™«B.~ * a. F. KEESLDfG, Agent, Logansport, lad. Ga SICK HEADACH, FOUL STOMACHE, BILIOUSNESS, will be avoided, and the food that Is eaten contribute Its nourishfngrpropertles to the sup >ort of the natural; waste of tho body Price 25c. per t box. SOLD BY ALL DRCCISTS. «- DIoresn < nna t' to Annlston Ala 26 Miles the Shortest Cincinnati to Birmingham' 15 Miles Shortest Cincinnati to Mobile, Ala. Direct connections at New Orleans and Sarevepott For Texas, Mexico, California. Trains leave Central Unfon Depot, Cincinnati crossing the Famous High .Bridge T of ' Kentucky and rounding the base of Lookout MountaS' Pullman Boudoir Sleepers on all Through Trains.' Over One Million Acres of Land in Altama tho , future Great State of the South suojwUo pre-emption. Unsurpassed climate. For Correct-County Maps, Lowest Rate, ana full particulars addres. D. fe: EDWAMfl (in Passenger & Ticket Agent, . . , ?V, r ™ iQueen t Crescent Route, Ctnclmmti n n ence southeast to Oak streetthence soutli e west line of Oak street to Canal street rh; west along the norts llne of Canal street to Fourth street, thence south on the west line o? Fourth street to the Wa rtehl" 060 ' F"! 1 " 1 «"«*° SJwataSg river, thence west along tne north bank of th« nthVrp 6 ? 7P tha m ?andSf thereof, ^ urth street, thence north alone the the rr line oi Fourth street to Canal street, thence ea?t on Canal street to Oak street, thence north on the ne 01 0"*«»ee Ladies $500 Reward. Dr. Anderson's English a trial and be convinced. At Bru" storfl 6 /)V"'h» mall, post-paid per box gLOO, s bSxes torJS 601 —Moka MeaicInc[Co.,|To]cdo, O. For sale in Logansport, Ind.byBeniFlsher No fourth Street, Mention paper. JOSEPH GILLOTT'S STEEL PENS. GOLD MEDAL, PARIS EXPOSITION, 188&. THE MOST PERFECT OF PENS. Old EJECTED Claims •A SPECIALTY Lost Discharges Quickly Duplicated. 18 Years EXAMINER U.S. Pension Bureau. D. I. MURPHY P- O. Box 534. Washington. D. C. i^^ '!?" » p ar!»l«n Face Blench /.Golden Hair Wash.. Mamma Dura, lor dcvel* opine tlic bust. Rusml, for rcmovlne Su'-rsi —- hair. Bnnjr dressing. All coodt wholewla, ...M fall Send 3 cts. for iJlustrattd cfroilsr. Ful me of fine luir j-oods. Mrs. R. W. >HaL 319 Wood. Ar., Detroit, Mich. Sold by drugtfnt that part ; f said rlver ' s composed of all south, of tlie " sland. - , . : It Is ordered that the election In saw precinct be' :eld aumans carriage trimming shop on Burlington avenue In said wiird. FOURTH WARD. • Precinct No. 1.—A11 HK> territory embraced with n the fo/lowinK metes and bounoXto-wtt- Com lencing at tne corner of Sixth and HfenVeert thence-running north on Pontlac street to nS street, thence east on the south line of Wan^, street to Clifton avenue, therfce north on the rast line of Cllltoni avenue to the wardbSundarm? SS^S.^uffl'M^ ^£^i^i^i^«i-5Sis — _*„.., « vl Perfection Syringe iree with »v*rr ottla. Prevents Strlctnrp. euros GonorrboM Gleet in i co 4 dny.,. Aak your DrurgM' CO.lAN'cAS'nER.a JUDICIOUS AND. PERSISTENT Advertising- ling always -proven' successful. Bufore placinjrany i Newspaper Advertising consult LORD & THOMAS. AUVFItTJSIXC AOENT3, 45 tn 40 Randolph Btr,H>t, CHICAGO I'-A W3BW BRIGHTINE DIABETES; . UKI&JtlTS 7 Correipondence <olictcd, valuable JJfonnatlon tree. 'Jsuaj discount W CUKE FOB . T. •i» L. 8<Mie Mtreet, UKI&JtlTS '• »>v ' ^ndren ailment*

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