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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 7

Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, May 5, 1891
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SYMPTOMS OB LIVER Loss of appetite; badbrenth; bad tjiste In tae mouth; tongue coated; pain underthe Boouldor-blade; in the back or side—often, mistaken for rheumatism; tour stomach vrith flatulency aud water-brash- Indigestion; bowels las and costive by turns- hwulache, with dull, heavy sensation- restlessness, with sensation of having left Bomeihinjj undone which ought to hnvo been done; fullness after eating; bad- temper; blues; tired feeling; vellow appearance of sMnund eyes; dizziness, etc. > ot all, but always some of these iucU. cate want of action of tbu Liver, For A Safe, Reliable Remedy that can do no harm ancl has never been knoTTu to fall to do good Take Simmons Liver Regulator ' —AN EFFECTUAL SPECIFIC FOR Malaria, Bowel Complaints, Dyspepsia, Sick Headselip, Constipation, Bilionsness, Kidney Affections, Jaundice. Mental Depression, Colic. A PHYSICIAN'S OPISIOX. " I have been practicing medicine for twenty years and have never been able to put up a vegetable compound that would, like Simmon- Liver Regulator, promptly and effectually mov- the Liver to action, and at the same lime aid (instead of weakening) the digestive and a.-,simiJative powers of the system. L. M. HIXTOH, M.D., Washington, Ark. OJTLT GENUINE ^ Has our Z Stamp in red on front of wrapper. PRESIDENT HARRISON'S VIEWS. His tetter to the ». ......ern States' Com- mtrdal Congress. In reply to Chairman H. B. Kelly's invitation Mr. Harrison expressed his regret at being- finable to attend and wrote further as follows: "A public discvission of the conditions affecting 1 agricultural and business prosperity cannot but be helpful, if it is conducted on broad lines, and is hospitable to differences of opinion. The extraordinary developments of production of agriculture which has taken place in a recent period in this country by reason of the rapid enlargement of the area of tillage, under the favorable land laws of the United States, very naturally has called attention to tlie value, ancl indeed the necessity, of larger markets. I am one of those who, believe that a home market is necessarily the best market for the producer, as it mcasuraljlj'- emancipates him, in proportion to the nearness, from the exactness of the transportation companies. If the farmer could deliver his surplus produce to the consumer out of 'not before, excepting in an official way, expressed myself on. these subjects; bxtt, feeling- the interest, dignity and importance of the assemblage in •whose behalf you speak, I have ventured, v\ iihout bigotry of opinion, without any assumption of infallibility, but as an American citizen, hiving- a most earnest desire that every individual and every public act of my life shall conduce to the giory of our country and the prosperity of all our people, to submit these views for your consideration. Very respectfully, HAHR1SOX." THE NATIONAL LEAGUE. If You Have ?fo appetite. Indigestion, Flatulence, Sick Headache, ••all rnu down," loc li>K fle»b, you will find tbereroedyyon'ncod. They loncnp the neuk »lomn<'U unil build up the flagging; eiier^-io.i. Sufferer* from mental or physical overwook will find relief from them. A" icelysugur coated.. SOLD EVERYWHERE Sniip little fortunef^hnrpbeen made at work for us, by Anna PAfte, Amtln, TCJCKS, nnd Jno. Bonn, Toledo, Ohio. ee cut. Other* Bredoinfraaivptt. Why ut you? Somo cncii over #500,00 a onth. You f^ndo the work and live t liome, wherever you nre. Even be- lnncn arc «ad|y fnniinc from #5 10 tf Idadny. All *pe», W e «how you how and ntnrt yon. Can worlc in njmrelimc or all tJjc ilme, Bjp monr.v (far n'orft- crs, Knllura unknown nmonp ibi'm. __ fc- D. llullott A.- JCOOO.OO a yf ar Is bctnp mode by John R. Goodwln,l7oy,N,Y,,ftt work for ua. Header, yuu mny n'»t mako aa Jiucb, but -WB can teach you quickly how to p*rn IVom $5 to $10 H tiny at the 41BtT, and more an you po on. Byth ICXCB, all Bpc». In nny part of \mcricn, you can c^mmfnCd «t homo, priv- nj; hi! your tlnidoi 1 sjuire moments only to the work. All la new. Great pay SUllK for •.TV worker. We ttnrt y»u, furnishing pven-thlnp. EASILY. SPEJEDILT learned. PAlffieULAltS FI1EE. Address at once, STINSOS it W., It)RTLAM>, JLUSK. HIRES' |2St HIRES' IMPROVED 25 1 ROOT BEER! THIS PACKA.GE MAKES riVEGAllONS. ROOT BEER. The most APPBTIzme ana TEMPERANCE DBIKK in the world, Bellclous and Sparkling, TRY J< Ask your Dmgg^et or Grocer for IX C. E. HIRES, PHILADELPHIA Dr. White's Daudclion fim. it the best rcnn . Alterative. Tor DyspppN ^id ~ll d" orders of 'hu at ninc'ti. Stiver aad Kidneys. It parifl'-a "he !>Io<xl, mnkcs the we»!t strong nad graves to the old the vision- or yont h. oold by B. F. Keesling and D.E Pryor. PON'TGIVEUP! Trjl You can GelWeUPermiiiiBntly. Do NolMna, nd you'll Die or be Demented.' We Kadlcally . Cure All Weakneue* and Dlneiuni of Men! Exeltnlre Methcda in Home Treatment daicrlbcdln e(4 T«itlmonUli. Evorrttilng confidential. GIVE UP DON'TS! VEGETABLE COUGHS AND GOLDS. , S5c. and SI. at all druggist*. E.MORGAM&SOUS,--Proprietors, PROVIDENCE, R. I. TJUDESTJPPLIEDbyRpSS GORDON^ LaFayette, Ind. •Foraale by B.-F E.eeslin^ his farm wag-on his independence and his profits would be larg-er and surer. "It seems to me quite possible to attain a largely increased market for our staple farm products without impairing home markets by opening- the manufacturing' trades to a competition in which foreign producers paying- a lower scale of wages would have the advantage. A policy that would reduce the number of our people engaged in mechanical pursuits or diminish their ability to purchase food products by reducing wages cannot be helpful to those now engaged in agriculture. The farmers insist that the products have been -too low— below the point of fair living and fair profits. V 'I think so too, but I venture to remind them that the plea they make involves the concession that things may be too cheap. A coat may be too cheap as well as corn. The farmer who claims a good living and profits for his work should concede the same to every other man and worncra who toil:;. I look with great confidence to the completion of further reciprocal trade arrangements, especially with the Central and Sonth American states, as furnishing new and large markets for meats, breadstufEs a-nd an important line of manufactured products. "Persistent and earnest efforts are also being- made, and a considerable measure.of success has already been attained, to secure the removal of restrictions which we have regarded as unjust upon the admission and use of our meats and live.cattle in some of the European countries. I look with confidence to a successful termination of the .pending negotiations, because I cannot but assume that when the absolutely satisfactory character of the sanitary inspections now provided by our law is made known to these foreign states that they will promptly relax their discriminating relations. JTo effort and none of the powers vested in the executive will be left unused to secure an end which -is so desirable. "Your deliberations will probably also embrace the consideration of the question of the volume and character of our currency. It will not be possible, and would not be appropriate for rne, in this letter, to enter upon any elaborate discussion of these questions. One or two things I will say, and first I believe that every person who thoughtfully considers the question will agree with me upon a proposition which is at the base of all my consideration of the currency question, namely, that any dollar, paper or coin, that is issued, by the United States must be'made and kept in its commercial uses as good as any other dollar. So long as any paper money issued or authorized by the United States government is accepted in commercial use as the equivalent of the best coined dollar, whether of silver or gold, is assured of an equal value, in commercial use, there need be no fear as to an excess of money. The more such money the better. But, on the other hand, when any issue of paper or coined dollars is iu. buying and selling rated at less value than other paper or coined dollars, we have passed the limit of safe experiment in finance. If we have dollars of different values only the poorest will circulate. The farmer and the laborer, who arc not in hourly touch with the ticker or the telegraph, will reqxiire above all other classes of our community a dollar of fall value. "Fluctuations and depreciations are always at the first cost of these classes of our community. The banker and the speculator anticipate, discount, and often profit by such fluctuations. It is very easy under the impulse of excitement or the stress of money stringency to fall into the slough of a depreciated or irredeemable currency. It is a very painful and/slow business to get out when once in. "I have always believed, and do now more than ever believe, in bimetallism and favor the fullest use of .silver in connection with our currency that is compatible with the maintenance of the parity of the gold and silver dollar in their commercial uses. Nothing in my judgment would so much retard the restoration 'of the free use of silver by the commercial nations of the world as legislation adopted by us that would result in placing this country upon a basis of silver monometallism. The legislation adopted by the first session of the Fifty-first congress I was assured by leading advocates of free coinage, •representative, of the silver states, would promptly and permanently bring silver to one hundred and twenty-nine per ounce and keep ib there. That anticipation has not been realized. Our larger use of silver has apparently, and for reasons not yet agreed upon^ diminished the demand for silver in China' and India. "In view of the fact that it is impossible in this letter to elaborate, .and that propositions only can be stated, I .am aware that what I have said may, be assailed in points -where it is easily defensible, but where I have not attempted to present the argument I Resolutions Adopted by the Koptihlican CIulis at Their Kccoiit Meetlus;. At the convention of the National republican league, which closed its session at Cincinnati April 32, the committee on resolutions presented the following report, which was fully indorsed by the league: The resolutions honored the memory of Gen, Sherman, Admiral Porter and Secretary AVindom; indorsed the action of Speaker Reed in compelling the members of the house of representa- tivss to transact public business; favoring protection and reciprocity; remembering the claims of soldiers, and declaring the aim of the league to be the dissemination of the principles and doctrines of the republican party as fashioned by the teachings of its greatest leaders. The important declarations Of the resolutions are these: We indorse the wise, statesmanlike, courageous and patriotic course of the administration of President Harrison. Its conduct of both domestic and foreign affairs has been such as to command the thorough respect and hearty admiration of every true citizen. Its attitude in dealing with alien residents and giving- to 'them the protection accorded to American citizens, and no more, is just and should commend itself to the civilized world. We oppose any attempt to, debase the currency and coin of the country, but insist upon such legitimate increase of our circulating medium and such maintenance of the double standard as will fairly satisfy the increasing necessities of trade and commerce. Eecent events have made more apparent than ever the necessity for exercising the sovereign right inherent in our nation, as in al] others, to use discrimination in the admission of foreigners as residents in this country. We therefore recommend such changes in our laws as will effectually prohibit the immigration of paupers and criminals and of people so alien from us in their ideas and habits of thought that they cannot be assimilated in the body politic. " Continual dropping wears away the stone." The continual breaking of lamp-chimneys costs a good deal in the course of a year. You can stop it. Get Macbeth's "pearl top " or " pearl glass." You will have no more trouble with breaking from heat. You will have clear glass instead of misty ; fine instead of rough ; right shape instead of wrong; and uniform, one the same as another. You will pay a nickel a chimney more; and your dealer will gain in good-will what he loses in trade; he will widen his trade by better service. Plttaburg. G Ko. A. MACBETH & Co. Chicago Lots For Sale. KOTO. To the Voters of tl>e City [port, Imlluiui, of Of the dim ge In Votii g IPreciiu-lN of Said AK 31;u!c Tlj.'ir by tlie Cummuii <'oiii:tii at 18, 1801. Wby not buy a. lot at BELLEWOOD with GRADED STREETS, CLEVELAND STONE SIDEWALKS AND FINE CATALPA TREES, for DADWAY'S R READY RELIEF. Tlie 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. Por COLDS, BKONCHITIS.PNEU- MONIA CONGESTION, INFLAMMATIONS, RHEUMATISM, NEURALGIA, LUMBAGO, SCIATICA* 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, SIpK HEADACHE, DIARRHOEA, COLIC, FLATULENCY, FAINTING SPELLS are relieved . instantly and quickly cured by taking internally a half to a teaspoonful of Ready Relief in half a tumbler of water. WITH RAD WATS PILLS THERE IS NO BETTER CFRE OR PREVENTIVE OF FEVER AND AGUE. Price 5Oe.p«>r bottle. Sold by druggists' Any "K, R. R." or any •'READY RELIEF" without the uameRAD W AY, is a COUNTERFEIT ADWAY'S PILLS, Tlie Great liver and Stomach Kemedy Forthecure of ail disorders of the STOMACH, LIVER, BOWELS, KIDNEYS, BLADDER, NERVOUS, DISEASES, LOSS of APPETITE, HEADACHE, CONSTIPATION, COSTIVE NESS, INDIGESTION/BILIOUSNESS FEVER, INFLAMMATION Of the BOWELS, PILES, and all derangements of the Internal Viscera. Purely Vegetable, containing no mercury, minerals, or DELETERIOUS DRUGS. PERFECT DIGESTION will be ao complished by taking RADWAY'S PILLS. Byso doing Dyspepsia, SICKHEADACH, FOULSTOMACHE, BILIOUSNESS, will be avoided, and thefood that is eaten contribute its nourishing: properties to the sup port of the naturaLwaste of the body Price 25c-perlbox. SOLD BY ALL DRCCISTS. $175.00, on payments of $7 DOWN AND $7 PER MONTH. Within "00 fret of BELLEWOOD STATION. CO., St. P. k K. C. By.) BELLEWOOD Is located 5V> miles West oC the City limits ol Clilcjigo, between the CHICAGO. ST. PAUL & KANSAS CITY RY. and tha CHICAGO & NORTHWESTERN RY. and IIKS 1,4 mile South Iroutage un Madison Street VARIOUS MANUFACTORIES are near BELLEWOOD, assuring a prosperous and thriving luture for this Suburb. With the Cicero & Proviso Electric Road now running nearly to Bellewood, think, what an Investment this Is and BUY TWO LOTS MEDIATELY ! I am selling BELLEWOOD lots adjolnlui; tha siljovc? mentioned property with plank'sidewalk Instead of stone, lot $125 APIECE, cm payments ol $5 DOWN and 55 PER MONTH. Write lor plata or call and you will be taken out to see the property Iree of expense to yourself. BUTLER LOWRY, 607 TacciiaBulldltif, Cor. LaSalleand-Madl30Hi ' Chlca»u, Illinois, The voters of tin- City of Lopinsport, Cass County, Indiana, will herebyuikujiQilciithaUlip following order was made by the. Common Council of the. City ol Louansport. Cass C'cunty, Ind!;ina, at their repilar session, Wednesday i : ven]n& March J8, o:u. Mi'cUonjjrecIncMa.sfonni>il Jji the City of lo- gansport. Indiana: In accordance with an act of the Legislature of the. Stale of Indiana, approved March 6, 1H8H It Is ordered by the Common Council of the City of Lo- Kiinsport, Cass County Indiana; and thev'do now fm-iii ;ujd adopt [he foliowi/i- voting- precincts. In •hi-several wards ol the CUy of Logansjiort, Jnt! Ea.st, West, North. South. ennsylvanialrjnBsJ ScheduloolPassengerTrains-CentralTlme. CHICAGO DIVISION. PJHST WARD. j>reeinctNo. 1—All thatierritory embraced within tliefollowlngmetesand bounds, to-wft: Commencing attheuortwestcoHier of Sycamore ;md otta- wastreets, thence.running west alone the north line o[ Ottawa street lo Vine stieet. thence soutli along the west line of Vine street to Miami street, thence west on the north HUB. of Miami street'10 Plum stieet, tlience nonh along the east line of Plum street toBates street, thence west along the' north line of Bales.street to Holland street, tlience north on the east line of Holland slrmto the north boundary llneof said First ward, aitti thence east along the north line of said ward 10 • Sycamore street, and thence south along ihewest line ot Sycamore street to th» place "of beginning. And It IK ordered that the elections In said precinct be. held In house on Oil awa street on the .southwest comer of lot 10, In D. D. Djkeman's 1st addition 10 West I omul. In safd ward. Precinct No. 2—-Allthat territory embraced within tlie following metes and bounds, to-wlt; Comnienc- Ingatthenorlliwestconier of Ottawa and Sycamore streets, thence running si utJ) along the west I/ne of Sycamore streei: tp Clilppawa street, tlience west on the north line of Cblppuwa street 10 Plum street, tlieiK-B soutli on tlie west Hue of Hum .street to Usage streot, thence west on the nonli Due of Osage and Wbeatlund streets to ihe. Chit ago branch of thePittsburg, Chicago, Cincinnati d; &t. Louis Railway, thence soulh along the line of said railway to the Peoria branch of said railway, thence west-lollowing the north line of suld Peoria branch of said railway to-the west limits of said ward, 'thenceforth to the line of the Wabash and Erie i-anal, thence east along the line of the Watmsh and Erie canal bed to Holland street, thence soulh along; the west llneof said Holland street to Bates street, thence east on the south llneof Bales street- to Plum street, thence, south on plum street to Miami street, tlienre east along the south line of Miami strei to VJi.e street, thence no th on tceeast line of Vine street to Ottawa street, thence ea*t on southllne of Ottawa street to place of beginning And It Is ordered that the elections In said precinct be held in the buldjlng on the sou hwest corner of tlie school house .vtird In said ward. Precinct No.S- All that territory embraced within the following metes and bounds, to-wit: Commencing at the southw est corner, of Sycamore aud Chlp- pewa streets, thenceronnlngwest on the south llneofChlppeua street to Plum street, thence south on tlie east line of Plum street to Osaee then west on south line of Osage street to Wheatland street, thence west on south Uneof Wbeatiaiid street to the Chicago branch of the Piltsburg, Cincinnati, Chicago <t St. Louis Railway, thence south along said railway to Market street, therce east on the nonh 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 he;d at the engine house In said ward. PrecinctNo. 4—All thatterrltory embraced wit>'In the lol owli.gmeies and hounds, to-wlt: Commencing at the wester d the ofEel river bridge onMarket street In said ward, thence nest along the north bank of Ee.1 and Waba,<h rivers, with the meanders thereof, to the wt-st limits, of said ward, thence, north to the south line of the Pecrlabianchof the P., C..C. & St. L.Hallway thence east along the Peoria branch of the P.C. C. & St, Louis Railway to Marktt street, thence east on the south line of Market street to the place of beginning. And It Is ordered that the elections In raid preclct be hdd in Lhl's cooper shop In said ward. SECOND WARD. thereof, to a point opposite Tenth street, thence* soulh crossing said river to Race, street, thence, west along the north of Race street to Eighth/'; sireiy, thence south along the west line of Eighth'' street to High street, and thence west along: the* "A?, 1 "]M, . °J Hlf 5 11 S ln< -* to lhe Pla<*of. beginning-.'^ And it Is ordered that the ejections in said pre-" Fon»tml 1 lJs (Jal tllc brlclc cfllce building, at thev; Precinct No. P 2.-A!1 mat territory .embraced^ within the following ,netes ar.d bounds, to-wlt- "• Commencing at the .corner of Seventh and BJffh ;i streets, thence, running east on the south line of- High street to Eighth street, thence north on the- : east line ol Eighth street to Eace street, tlience'•- east on the soulh Hue ot Race si reel to Twelfth :: street, thence soutli on the west line of Twelfth-'' street to Broaduviy street, thence west on the- ; north line of Broadway street to Seventh street,;'? and tliencB north on uieeast line of seventh•"'/ street to tlie place of beginning. And <t Is ordered--: that the elections or said preclnci be held at the • southeast corner of the school house lot, being lot •* 69. TIpton's second addition to Logansport, In said i; Prec net No. S.—All ibat, territory embrace*? within the. following metes and bounds, to-wlt- Commencing HE the southwest corner of Twtfth>' and B ojdway streets, tDence running south on- the west line of Twelfth street to the. Wabash una^ trie ciii.iU bed. 1 hence west along the the line «*." said canal bed to Seventh streei, thence north otv-' ;: wise line of Seventh street to Broadway street and « thence eastcn south line of Broadway street to"'; place of begliif.Jng-. And ft is or* red'that the'' elections in said ].rec,nct be held at Clem's livers-' .stable in said ward. -,'.' WAHD •'.•:"": Precinct So. l.-All thai territory embraced^ wlihni tbefoJlowljig metes and bounds, to-wlt* ••'• Commencing at Eel river, on 'I welfth street,thence y ; running south 10 Slarkct sirtct. thence east on. : ' nonh line of llarkei street to Sixteenth street.vK thence north on west line of Sixteenth street to •-'the south bank of Eel river, and ihcnce west alone •'••the south bunk of Eel river, wiih meanders Ihtre^ £ of, to the place of beamilufj. And it is ordered 5 ihattheeleaionsinsad precinct be held Inthe'--"t Jrontroom overdri-i-n's grocery slore, on Broad-' ; : way street, ID Siildwaid. - V.,; PreciiJCtKo. 2.-JH that-territory embracing "S within the Joll^wliig jin-tes and bounds, to-w-lt-.i Conimi-ncini; al the corner of Tneljib and Market' -' : : streets, Uii-ni-e rui:nHig oast on the south line of ;?; Market street, to S:xle«i th street, theiice south on>?S the west line of Hxieemb stieet to Smeaci slieet.--'; thence west on the nonh Jijjeof Suieid street t« - rwel t h street; width, nee north on east line of : *3 Twellih street to the place of beplnning. And It -'A? Is ordered that tin- elections in said precinct be p «' ?" !l1 tlie yillH ' Jltl1 stleet ^n t lne).(useic said. 'A Precinct i'o. 3.—All that territory nnbraced '•-* within tlie following mine.-, and bounds, to-wit- ; "i Commencing, at • el. river on Sixteenth street,"^ tlience running->soutli .on-east line, of Sixteenth •« street to Manet street, Uirnce i ast on north Hue '"•' ot. .Market street to," .Eighteenth street, theme;'!? soutli on east llneof Eighteenth street to Spear-i ; i street, thence east on north line of Spear street to'& the east, limits of the city, thence north along the''^« eastern limits i f the city to Eel rlv.-r. thence west *•along soulh bank- of. Eel river to place of begin--'-' 1 ?! nlrisr. And it is ordered that tlie elections In said;^ precinct beheld h, the office of the street car ?5 timlding in f aid ward. •:- 5 PiiclJKit >o. 4-Ail tb;it territory embraced^ within the lollowing met(-s and bounds. to-TOt-''" ;i » Lommfliiclngat the corner of the Wabash,St.-Loo)s i$. and PaciHc raliwa.i and Twellth street.ihence east''-® along raid railway to f evemepmh street. tbeneeKrl north on the east line, of Seventeenth street to the ; ^ wabash and Erie canai i ed thence west'alone ^ said canal bed to Sixteenth strret. thence nortli''*S wj east line of Sixteenth street to Market sfeet ' r fi thence east on south Hue of-Market street .to-3'? Elghthteenth street, thence south on west line-, ot'-i-v lighteemh street to Spear street thence east"on ; *§( south Jliie ot ;-pear street, to east limits of city,--VS thence soulh along the east limits o) said city .-to-'t* ".abash river, ilience west along the north ha'nk ;: ';3i pi the Wabash river, with meanders thereof, to''"«? r«eilih.street, ar.d thence i orth on east line of ;*| Twelfth streettto ihe place ot beginning. Anait : 3? Is ordered that the elections In said precinct b, •••'•» ij&dfnlhe house i:oiv owned by Eudo)phEerndt, : vS* Ao. 629 Seventeenth street. In said wurd -^ Precinct No.B-AU that territory enibrac cd within' s|S thefollowlngmetesandhounds,to-wlt: Comnienc-' 1 : ll Wsstward. Cnlnmbns lv. Marlon.^ *' Jt-ogausport. j f*- Wfaamao " Crown Point " Cbicago ......ar. Eastward. Crown Point " Winamac . . " logransport,|f^; Marion,., ....... ." ColumbUH ar. a PM •735 ill 235 310 404 545 730 AM a AM t?30 914 1043 1130 AM 11 AM T900 3G( 42i 43( 5t8 655 830 PM •2(1 AM *1030 1150 a 147 155 300 810 PM XI AM *720 1204 115 ; 125 330 500 PM 4 PM f300 44S 627 715 PJI 1 al AM t820 9*5 AM ai PM is is 655 30 PM •MJO 600 PM 5 AM 1615 703 844 1025 AM lo PM *820 1000 1148 1240 100 216 730 AM ia AM •SCO 922 345 Tl»f Pullman Vestibule Dining and Sleep- injir Cam ran on Wos. SO and 21 between Chicago and Columbus. Pittsburgh, Baltimore, Washington, Philadelphia and New York; Pullman Sleeping; Cars on Sfos. 3 and 10 , BETWEEN LOGANSPORT AND EFFIYER. Read Down. • Read Up. S75 PM A M AM to 45 tit 30 f5 OOlvf. Effner ,ar.l*1040t9 SOlfS 00 f^n'll 41 R 00 " K"pnt.]nnrt "hnQn 0 ^ni c: in 1ROS311 AM AM 554'll41 522 " ... Kentlancl . 6 09ill 59 6 09 " ... Goodland ...' 624J1212 656 "...Remington... 1 703J1249 9 14 " ...Montlcello...' 714 1 00 9 50 " Idaville . n AK 1 7n1 • 5 20 1014 920! 440 ! 957 902 352 914 813 1 40 . ,....-- - '902 758 100 745) ISOlIlSar.Lojs-ansportlv, 830 7251130 AM|PM AM | AM PM|AM RICHMOND DIVISION. Westward. Cincinnati lv Hamilton Richmond New Castle Anderson El wood Kokomo Galveston IjOgangport ar. Chicago :.ar. 905fSDOllOOO A3I 1035! 7 35111 3017 20 1114J 835J1222 ""' Eastward. lv 19 1146 1211 1245 13 o!?^ 510 PM Gulvestoa Kokomo ' Elwood ' Anderson " New Castle " Illchmond " Hamilton " Cincinnati,.....ar. 1O PM •820 150 224 247 323 9151259 945 128 1030 215 is ."AM —'f P ill 820| 1020*120 -3 00111C ;30 AM iM 620 635 712 737 820 4 101 9 15 70011201 AM | Nona 1J AM 30 S 207|32! 237 303 334 415 412 445 53( £30 545PM 220 6 B P III I'Hllman Slecnina: Cars run on XON. 3 and 10, and Bufltet Parlor Curs on A'os. 18 and 19. . BETWEEN LOGANSPORT AND LOUISVILLE. Read Down._; Read Up. 1255 125 330 345 659 730 AMlPM _10 | 18 PM | AM *820*945Iv. Chicago ar. 10 « 1 OH " T-oironcnn ' Loganeport ar. ar. Indianapolis " ar. -.Louisville lv. PM j AM "510*730 If 30 220 11051130 730J735 AM PM JV'os. 1O and 13 carry Pullmnn Sleeping Cars; Pullman Buffot Parlor Cars are run on Nos. 18 and 19. JOSEPH "WOOD, ; E. A. FORD, Gonersl Mansgar, G»ner»l Pasanpr Agmt, 11-23-90, ' PlTTSBTTBGH, PENX'A. For time cards, rates of fare, through tickets, • bageage checks, .and further Information regarding the .running of trains apply to any Agent of toe Pennsylvania Lines. J.;A.. McCULLCTJGH.lTiCkecAsent. L ?»ansport, Ind, , PrecInctNo.l—All thatterrltorj'embraced within the following metes and bounds, to-wit: Commencing at Eel river on Fourth street, thence running south on the west line of Fourth street to Eel Elver avenue, thence southwest on the north line of Eel River avenue to Third street, thence north on Third street to Eel river brides, thence northw est on east line of Sycamore street to the north limits of the Second ward', thence along the north limits of said Second ward to the west line of Stevens Moblev and Clary's additions to the city of Logansport' thence north along the. west line of said additions to the north limits of said ward, thence east on the north llneof said ward to Clifton avenue, thence south along the west line of Clifton avenue to Hanna street, thence southwest alone the north line ot Hanna street to Pontiac street thence south alongthewestllneofi'ontlaBStreet to the north bunk of Eel river, thence west mi thenorl'ti bank 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 Iu said precinct be held at what Is now known at Schaefer's c >oper shop In s*ld WMd, JPreciiictNo .2—All that territory embraced within the following metes and bounds, to-wlc Commencing at Eel river on Fourth street, tbence running south on the east line of Fourth street to Broadway str?et, thence emit on the north line of Broadwav street to Fifth street, thence sonth on east line of Fifth street to the Wabash and Erie tanal bed, thence east along the north line of said canal bed to Seventh street, tht nee north on the west line of Seventh street to High street, thence west on the south line of High street to Sixth street, thence north on the west line of Sixth street to Eel river andthenceweslalonethesouthbankol' Eel river with the. meanders tr-ercof to the pla e of begln- nlug. And It Is ordered that the elections in siiid precinct be held at the North street engine house In said ward, PrecinctKo.3—All that territory embraced within the following metes and bounds, to-wlt- Commencing mi the south bonk of Ee! river at the iniersec- tiou with TMrd street, tuence. running south to Eel Elver avenue, theme northeast along the. south line of Eel River avenue toFcurtli street, thence south on theeastllneofrourth street to Broadway street, thence east on the south line of Broadway street to Fifth street, thence south on the west lineof Fifth street to Market street, thence west on tlie north line of Market street to Eel River avenue, thence southwest on Eel River avenue to the Wabash river, and thence northwest along tlic south bank of Eel river, with the meanders thereof, to the placeof beginning. And It Is or- rtei ed that the elections in said precinct be held at the tc« ;i jhfp trustee's office In said ivurd. THTKD WARD. Precinct No. 1—All that territory embraced wiiii In the following metes and bounds, to-wit- Ccm- n-enclngat the corner of Eel Hiver avenue a:.d Market street, thence running east to Fifth street tlience t outheast to Oak street,thence south along the wej-t line of Oak street to Canal street, thence west ul< ng the north Hue of Canal street to Fourth ;sneet, thence south on the west line of Fourth strtettothe Wabash river, thence west along t e north bank of the Wabash river, with the meanders thereof, to Eel Klver avenue, and thence noitbtothe place of. beginning. And It Is ordered that tin elections In paid precinct be held at the old brick school house in said ward. Jrecinct .No, 2,—AH that territory embraced wi; bin the following metes and bounds, to-wit: Commencing at the corner of the Wabash and £rle canal btd and Oak street, tlience running east alone.tbe. south line of the Wabash and Erie ainxl bed to Twellth street, thence south along the west lineol Twelfth street to the Wabash river, thence west along the north bank of the Wabash river with the meanders thereof, to Fourth street, thence north aJong the the east line of Fourth street to Canal street, thence, east on Canal street to Oak street, thence north on .the east line ol Oak street to the place of beginning. And it is ordered that ffleelections in said precinct be held at Harry Ton's office in said ward. : . Precinct. No. 3.—The third precinct of said ward Is composed of all that part of said ward lying sout h of the Wabash river, IjicludJng Middle's Islard. It Is ordered that the election In snid precinct be held at Aroans carriage trimming shop in Burlington avenue in salfi ward. Seventeenth street to Wabash Hallway, thericewest^-3 along said-railway to Twelfth street, thence north %eg oil the east line of Twelfth street to the plate of.be- ; Sj ginning. And it Is ordered that the electkns in" :•$ said precinct be held at what is known as Topp's : >3 shoe shop In said ward ' ->''!) 'J he State of Indiana, the County of Cass, the Cltyo • '^$ Logansport, ss: - -'-s$ ..John J.Taggart Clerk of the City of Logan ;it sport, Indiana, do hereby certify that the above is a '#&! ?-Sf, t 'V?,! ) /S;. t .?l! ) ™?^.'li»8SOf the Common ^M ... --_ ... ,,, .^....^ ««^. vtvj uj. A,wtU|I.-)l/Wi.l/i JLJ.I dlana, as the same appears of record In my office: • witness my hand and the seal of the City of LOi [SEAL.] ' JOHN J". TAG GAM. ,' Clerk City of Logansport, Indlar.a.. OTOPS ^"* uncatu ral discharges in 24. hours. v '& GonorriK. in 3 days. No Stricture No Pain. SURE r r, -i .... "" fc |scnt.ssaied,forll The Van Mbhl Company, Clnctanatl.T Sole Amcricio AfiCDu. Adopted by theGer- -JKJ Hospital &Arrayuse i- 5 ?; P.S.C. isputup.fo* 'J-rJ! American trade iS!' •!$£, a patent bottle hold->-'S<"g ingsyringe (sec cut) ;3,:> At druggists,_tl.0.0.' : .; ; .-^ . B5 V. KEESL1NG, .Agent. Logansport, Ind. Ladies Reward; Dr. Anderson's English •Female,'Pills are the safest and most r«li«blc. Give thein a trial and te convji e«d. At Drug Stbie or -byi'; mall, nos^paId [,er box W.HO, S boxes lor'S2.Ba|. :'.'. atoka medicineECo., Toledo, O. .; For sale in Loganspott,i:3j]d,byBen!Flsher, Ko'3H" i'ourth Street, . 'v Mention paper, reblfld&riSm '" JOSEPH GILLOTPS STEEL PENS. GOLD MEDAL, PARIS EXPOSITION, 1889.- THE MOST PERFECT OF PENS. Mrs.Allen'e Parisian Face Bleach Golden Hair Wash. Mamma J}ura, for derej- • opinr ihe bust. Rusma, for removing supcrflu- : • ous liair. Dnnz drcsiinir. All coods nhoi«alo y and retail. Send 2 cts. for Illustrated circular. '• •' Full line of fine Imir noods. Mrs. R. W, Alie' ait) Wood. Av.. Octroi!. Mich. Onr Malydor Perfection Syringe free wltli »v«ry Dottle. Prevent.^ stricture. Cures floaorrliot* »Dd GIcj-l iu 1 lu -I daya.- Ask your DriiBglal".. •or it. -Sect ti' ony udclj-cus for gl.OO. Addresf • MArjUF'G CO., LANCASTER, 0. JUDICIOUS AND PERSISTENT;,; Advertising,-hns always proyeD-' -. successful, l Before placing tciiy? 7 ; J Xewspnper Advertising- consult "•'.' LORD & THOWIAS; AIlYIillTlSIMi AiiO'TS, j." •'« 1. 4!l-Bi!..inll«. Slrr.l. CHICAGO- SUGURRYCOMB IX.CKTE Precinct No. ].— AM theterrltory emtaaced within the following metes and bounds, tc-wlli: Commencing at the corner ol Plxth iind Hlph streets, trence running north on Pontiac street JO Hanna street, tl-ienoe e.ist tn the south llneot Hanna street to Clifton avenue, thence north on the east llne.ot Clifton avenue to the ward boundary line, thence east -tfong the ward boundary line to eiist limits of said, ward, thence southeast Mlong the line of said ward t» Tel river, thence nest Honp the nonh oank of Eri river, with the meanders ; Pntentccl in United States, July 16, 1839. nt'- in Ten Foreign Conntric* X~COMB THAT COMBINES THE STRENGTH Op METAL WITH THE ELASTICITY or A BRUSH.' Efficient, Humane, Convenient and Durable. WCIRCTILABS ON .APPLICATION.-^ ; ABk-jonrdealerftlr'itr<K send>50o; "for sample byaudL- 4DDBXS8; SPRING CURRY COMB CO., South Bend, Ind,

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