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LIST OF DELINQUENTS IN CITV previous jear*. LOGASSPOBT. kVAMES OF OWNERS Black Andrew do Joel W do <to ........ Brunt Win Ballou CiitlinrlnA M Burkliart. (ito, do du (!o do CnmriilfKH Ci'l's-tti Conrad John Q CfuiVi-y MiVrt:n V C'lLtiin:tui;li Tin's do Jl.'irj K do do Clo.ison K I) DESCRIPTION OF LAJiDS AND LOTS ill'J.'l HUM 1H!I"> It.-) 17 l'7l£t irr-il! (IT-H: 1/7-If- 1U2I7 I082S do do do do do tlo <|j flo do mid 1-2... w [»C, *l iiV;:>:ii>rir^i''i'i tie i'-i... .|HKi!t;;LuB!iii.sii(iri w J '-.... ilU'IiiTi UKIilSi IW-ili do ilu liay Johri ,-ind do Slurs' .KIIlHOII M>Cllill*l Eversole Uiniisct A. do do Falrinnn J C ... ..1 1 17£: ...aiiiiii <li> (Jo do , UO , do lit) J Q C... .1 u C U'liltS.. H M S... LiiH i.. U tip l!.. -Tip I]-. Whit '2\. licrii'rti- 1Q C..I-. >I T. Mi-Nl. ... Ml-N 1.. ;?:;..,jj FJ. 'i'ii.'.'.'iiJiift':;'. to &! 2i"; 1W\...\ 'M':,...\ m-:\ IV.. 'Mil.. •^l ^•:\ .,(. 0 1' Cust'r 1 - Cust'r lit,'. 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IS 27 7 111 5S j 9 29 0 8 So i ""6"30 • ti 34 J 20 07 i 12 21 J 21 20 1 10 70 i 24 70 246 l(j 52 34 27 32 90 14 75 749 3 09 24 29 12 43 4 03 4 G3 759 360 1553 17 73 1809 2043 11 29 7 33 2 79 8 19 1297 (129 ' 11 01 2373 C»5 17 13 814 18 78 12 40 11 50 9 32 11) 2o 3 98 1208 21 1(1 J 75 23 US 1 97 405 4 Oi 3 19 1 5S 7 31 5 05 21! US 303 2512 947 34 07 2 57 80 1720 10 H 1053 39 85 8 15 (i 07 8 85 S3 42 0 JU 102 45 13-1 29 8 77 It 71 15 14 45 50 ANY MEN" HAVE for years Driven '/A\\ their best efforts toward the construction and operation of machinery for the purpose of starting- race horses, but al- thongli half a dozen moclutnical devices framoil for sv.eh have been tried in thi^ and Other eoiinti'ius, none seems to eome up to andavd of the appliaueo designed less-.-s. Joluistone & tiluasou of alia. The Australasian speaks very highly of the iuvcutiou and, among other things, says: ''Tlio machine consists of a screen or barrier of eight light ropes stretched parallel to each othei :tt intervals of two or three inahes. These ropes are attached to strong bauds of India rubber, fitted with pulley attachments that run on a wire rope, and the strain of the whole screen is borue by strong posts sunk into the ground at each side of the course. The distance spanned is 132 feet. When the horses have all reached CASTORlA AUDITOR'S CERTIFICATE, OFFICE OK A0DITOR 0V CAS5 COOSTY, INDIANA, Losimspo.Tt, January 2.1S05.' I. JOSIAH G. POWELL, Auditor ot Cuss County, IncllntiB. do certify tnat the lor^olnp; Is a true copy of n list ot (ill l«nds find town lots, returned by tho Treasurer of. snlil County, nud rsmnlnlnsdellntinont for tuxes except rtollnanencles puld since returned, thut siild lands iind town lois«r« as In toe ttuc dupticiite, and lire charged with tho inntmnt of dellmiuem tuxes, Interest, peatilty aud costs thereon, and ulso wltli the taxes ol tu a; year. the current I nlso Klro notice tlmt so nmch of said 1 mds nnd town lots as may bo necessary to discharge tho taxes, Interest and chiirses that may ibe •due there m, or doe from the owners thereof, nt the time of sale, will be sold b; tlie Treasurer of said TrBiisarerot said County at pHbUc.uittion at mewur- - sedor, In the City of LOKIUWPON. In wild County, on :lie second Monday In Kebru try. Iwlnc the llth day ot Vebruiiry, IStto. b,iW sale will commence nboo 10 o'clock a. in. otsaMUay.tkQU will continue troinUay to dw until the said lunds aad torn-lots.above desM bed shall hiv« bee" »"'<» "^ . otno ^Bn ired lor sine. JOSIAH G. K>W£LL, Auditor Cass Coaaty. AT LAST. Proper IMnclnff ot lliindlo JInrs and til J»o»ollt» Thereof, We have always been unable to se how the bcnuty of a machine is en hanced by the handle bar being firs brought up high and then dropped Ion . to secure the correct position for one' hands, but when this dropping proces. is carried to extremes, as it seems to be in mnny cases, tho whole thing i: reduced to nn absurdity. The effect o: the crnzo for aping the racing man'! Style is that the majoritj- of cyclers •ridowith their handles much too low . That there is great room for improve jnent in the position of one's handles is pretty clearly shown by the number of riders one sees nowadays who ' fall into the habit of grasping their handle bars only a few inches from tach side of the head. This u%sightly style of riding seems to be on the increase, so thtit tho sooner the manufacturers generally hit upon a more rationally placed handle bar the better. If makers would so construct ...their machines that riders coxild sit upon them in a comfortable, upright positiou much of the prejudice ngainst cycle riding- among the outside public would bo removed. With tho more v^jreneral adoption of a vertical position of the saddle, and tho handle bars /constructed in a rational manner, a ffreat improvement will be effected in •the general style of riding.—Sporting /Life. • THE RING. _ iHivan is out with the old state .ment that "next year" he will reenter ./the ring. : : Charley Johnson, the ligh-weight, '.•who is now in London, has been '/matched to fight.Cock Robin ot Engor S-i.ooo. Corbett delivered a lecture on development before the medi- cal class at the Vandorbilt university, Nashville, Tenn., recently. . Australian Billy Murphy, who has had a checkered career in the ring, seems to have caught on in Cincinnati. The sports in that city believe him to be a very clover boxer, and are willing to wager a tidy sum on him an}' time he fights. Frank Craig, the ; 'Harlem Coffee Cooler," will shortly wed an English womaa, mimed Bessie Burton. She is the daughter of Hoberf Burton, theatrical manager. The color line has been cbltterited altogether in the case of Craig, as it was with Jackson. REGENERATION. THE CUE. Ives defeated Schaeffer by a score of 500 to 300 in the game played at Columbus, Ohio. Each player in the Philadelphia pro fessional tournament paid an entrance fee of $-.">• And yet the indignity of questioning the hotel bills had to be resorted to. Ives defeated Schaeffer in the two exhibition games at Detroit, In the Srst game the'score was 300 to 9ti, and in the second, 300-to 213. Frank Ives and Jacob Schaeffer ilayed 500 points at balk'line billiards a Toledo. The score was: Ives, 3-13: Schaeffer, 500: Ives' average, 22 13-1;"; ligh run, 320. Schaeffer's average, 5-15; high run, 113. William n. Murray nas been reengaged to manage tha Providenco earn, of the Eastern league, for next eason. The Pittsburg Gun club' has elected ;he following officers: President, Jeorge . E. Painter; -rice-president, Samuel Shaner, and secretary-treasurer, E. E. Shaner, and Jim Crow ompose the boar^ '•* directors. Time Bri.iRUlt Even to the Scorcher If Uo Continue* III* KliHnK. After five or six years of fleet pedal- ling the road scorcher's pace dimin- I ishes, he loses the'dash which eharac- ' terized his younger days, gets more 'staid, and eventually goes in for purely rational cycling. Roads over which he once used to scorch are traversed at a moderate and uniform speed. Hills previously ridden in haste are taken with ease. The country that used to be passed through regardless of its historical attractions and. natural beauty is now surveyed with more than a passing glance. Joyous are the wanderings of the rational rider. Although he may occasionally and unwillingly get into the company of men like his former se.f, he ignores the inducements hold out to make him hurry, and plods along in his own swee't way. The pleasurable side of cycling is that pursued by the steady- goer undoubtedly, acd those who have given both phases of the sport a fair trial are unanimously of. this opinion, but sometimes give it expression as though they had made an irreparable mistake, and were reluctant to admit it TUE GATE IS POSITION. the starting point the screen is lowered so that the top of it is about on a level with the horses' heads, and the j starter, watching his opportunity, touches the button as soon as he has got his field on even terms. The screen flies up to the top 'of the wire rope with the'velocity of shot from a catapult, which, in principle, it is, and the horses spring away from the mark with a clear path. No danger can arise from a horse get- ling his head in the barrier, as the screen is so finely adjusted that it will only lift ten pounds apart from its Dwn weight, and if the ropes are held with one hand it is easily stopped in its upward flight, even when the bnt- ton is toughed. The advantages of the screen were strikingly demonstrated in the start for tlie derby, Melbourne iup and Maribyrnong plate. The contrast was seen in the start for the Caul- Geld cup, which was carried out in the old fashioned way, and tlie spectators were irritated by watching Mr. Watson for fully fifteen minutes endeavoring fruitlessly to get his field off on level terms. At last, when the general patients was almost exhausted, and half of the horses wero in a white lather from fretting, he succeeded in dispatching them. If the screen is permanently introduced, as patrons of racing fervently hope it will be, the experienced starter will still be necessary to select the right moment at which to send the horses off, and if the working of the machine was in- trusted to a person unversed in the art of starting races, disappointments would, of course, have to be expected," Nothing short of a practical trial would convince New Yorkers that our thoroughbreds would take kindly to anything of the kind, says a New York Sun writer. Fractious 2-year olds and ugly tempered campaigners would undoubtedly be.incliued to rush through the barrier, and what would become of the nervous, highly constituted fillies when the gate went up with a rush? Those of the Aurania- Miss Galop type would be .as likely to go over the fence or turn around and go full speed the other \vay as to follow the rest of the field under the gate. It has been demonstrated by experience on the large tracks aroirad New York that the best results have been obtained'by starters when the horses stood with some obstacle in the immediate background, aud Jlr. Rowe has of ten said that his best starts were secured out of the straight courses at Morris park, Monmouth park and Shcepshcad bay, where he could align the horse within a few yards of the fence marking the end of the course. Half the troubles of a starter are in getting the competitors to line up on anything like even terms. When this is done and the horses are straight, the rest is comparatively easy, as all that is necessary is to call for infants and Children. I OTHERS, Po You Know ^ Balemon's Drops, Godfrey's Cordial, luiuiy so-called Soothing Syrups, aod most rccicdics for ciiiltlrca are composed, of opium or aiorphino J Do Yon Know Uiut opium and morpliiae ar« stupcivins ruircotic poisons t Do Yon Know tb.it In most countries druggists ujx> uot ptfrnuttol to sell narootics wltliout labeling them poisons ? Po You Know that you should not iwrmit any nuMiclao to bo e^ ven JOIT chfliS unless you or 3'our physlciiin know of whit It is composed ? Do You Know tliat C-istoria is a purely vegetable prcparatjon, nnt) tbat a list at Its ingredients is publislKil with every bottla ? Po Yon Know that Cactoria is tba prescription of the fnmous T5r. Samuel Pitthe*. That it has been in use for nearly thirty years, aad that moro Cn-rstoria ic now eolJ tha» of all other remedies for children combined f Po Yon Know that the Patent Ofllco Department of tho United State*, and o< other countries, have issued exclusive right to Dr. Pitcher and his assigns to use th« word " Custoria " and its formula, and that to imltata them is a state prison offense J Do Yog Know that one of the reasons for granting this government protection YTM tecause Castorla had been proven to bo abiolutoljr harmless' 1 Po Yon Know that 35 «ver»g» doses of Castorla are furnished for 35 cant*, or one cent a dose y Po Ton Know that when possessed of this perfect prejluratlon, your children OUT be kept well, and that you may have unbroken rest T Wall, thoie thing! are worth knowing. They aro facts. Children Cry for Pitcher's Caftorla, IN THE WORLD ! For keeping tho System In a Healthy Condition. CURES Headache, CURES Constipation, Acts on the Liver and Kfdneys, Purifies th» Blood, Dispels Colds and Fevers, Beautifies tho Complexion and !• leasing and Refreshing to the Tasto. SOLD ay ALL. DRUGGISTS. ' nicely illustrated ciuhty-patrc Lincoln Story Bool: (riven to every purchaser of ft of I<iucola Tea. Price 25c. Ask your drufrg->st,or LINCOLN TJIA Co., Fort Wayne, Ind, For Sale by W. H. Porter quires :in immense iiraount of patience to g-ot the obstreperous fellows to join the others. Those with bees in their bonnets will ckmoc .around for h;ilf an horn' sometimes, ilcfci.roying 1 their own chances of victoiy :md matc-ri.ally injuring- the opportunities of others in the race. How this class oT animal, which mnstbe in existence in Australia, is aJi'cctea by the s:ate is best known, but there would be a how) here if one of them stopped at the gale and the money bet on him was lost. The turf is progressive, and there is no doubt that some day soimithintr will be devised that will be perfectly suited for the purpose. As the A.us- tralian paper remarks, it will always require a man of brains to operate it. KATHERINE FLORENCE. THE TRIGGER. Dr. Carver's jewels, valued at 5125,000, are to be sold to liquidate his debts, caused by the failure of "The Scout.;" The South Side Gun club of Milwaukee elected officers for the ensuing year, as follows: President, W. C. Boltz; secretary, C W. ililbrath; treasurer, Henry Manegold. At Rochester, Jan. 14, Capt. Brewer, champion \ving- shot, was beaten by Simeon Glover of Philadelphia.in.a live d. match. Each ma.n had 100. chances filorer kUling- 94 and Brewer 90i THEY EE OFF'. "Come on," take in the field at a quick glance, see that all are in motion, and then drop : he flajr. It is not always to be expected that horses will stand at the post as meekly as those shown in either of the illustrations given here, which are from the Australian newspaper. There always are some troublesome element in a race, however, and it re- THE BLOOD b the source of • health. Take Hood's Sarsaparilla to keep it pore and rich. Be sure to get HOOD'S SARSAPARILLA. A Talented \onag En|j-ll«li Actress wltli Kathcrine Florence, the well-known actress, was born in England, but IIJLS spent nearly all of her life in this country and hus received here all of her training for the stage. She made her professional debut with Mrs. Langtry in F. C. Phillips" dryma, "As In a Looking Glass,'' on Sept. J9, 1S37, at the Fifth Avenue theater, New York. "With this company she..also played Lucy in "A Wife's Peril" and Celia in "As You Like It." During-the following- season she toured-with Stuart Itob- son, assuming- the role of Agues, Bertie's sweetheart, in "The Henrietta." Upon leaving that company Mi?s Florence joined Will' IL Crane, with whom she play ..iabel Decman in "The Senator, at the Star theater. She also > , Mr. Crane appeared a g York city, in "The Girl 1 Left JJehind. Me.'' S:ie bcffan her engagement, ai Lyceum theater, lhatcily, hist season as Lady Silvia in "The American Duchess." and subsequently played Vivian Frey in "The Country Cousins,'* and Lord Billy in "The •Amazons.' 1 This season she won great credit in th* role of Lucy Gordon in Sardou's l'1-i^ "A Woman's Silence." Miss l:'lorenc» lias much reason to be satisfied with the face her mirror reflects; she i> graceful in form and in motion, and her voice is of pleasing quality. Sh» shows intelligence and' jvliceinunt, and her style is unafT-ected and vcrjp engaging. W. P. Mu'ssey of Chicago is coining east to shoot one or two live bird matches with Gotham shooters. Oo* of the matches will probably be with W. T. Eiley of the New York board of trade.—Ex. 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Zssiit upon havizg th* g«trei=o. : IS FOR SALE EVERYWIOf KATHEKUTE 7LOKKJTCB. Margaret Eeid in "The American Min- i£tcr''and Beverly Dale in "For Money." the season before, last she was tinder the tnanagement of Charles Frohman, vine 1 at. the . -:re theater. Xew

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