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STUPTOMS OB LIVER DISFASEl Loss of appetite; bad breath; bad taste in Ihe month; tongue coated; pain under the ihoulder-blade; in the back or side—often mistaken for rheumatism; sour stomach with flatulency and water-brash; indigestion; bowels lax and costive by turns; headache, with dull, heavy sensation: restlessness, with sensation of having left something undone -which ought to nave been done; fullness after eating; bad temper; blues; tired feeling: yellow appearance of sMnand eyes; dizziness, etc. Not all, but always some of these indi. cate want of action of the Liver. For A Safe, Reliable Remedy that can do no harm and has never been known to fail to do good Take Simmons Liver Senator —AN EFFECTDAX, SPECIFIC FOB Malaria, Bowel Complaints, Dyspepsia, Sick Headache, Constipation, Biliousness, Kidney Affections. Jaundice, Mental Depression, Colic. A PHYSICIAN'S OPEflON. "I have been practicing medicine for twenty years and have nrver been able to put up a vegetable compound tha: would, like bimmons Liver Regulator, promptly and effectually move the Liver to action, and at the same time aid (instead of weakening) the digestive and assimilative povrcrs of the system. L. M.'Hivro^, ».o., Washington, Ark. ONLY GENUINE Kas our Z Stamp in red on front of wrapper. J.E.Seilin & Cx Philadelphia, Pa. A Planters Experience. "My plantation ia in a malarial div trlct, where f over and ague prevailed. I employ ISO hand* j frequently- naif of them were sick. X wa» nearly dl» conraged when I began tlie use of RELIGIOUS MATTERS. WHERE THEY LAID HIM. ClUllu Jfury Mllfjdalcm; line] tlie otllul- MttrJ to suo the stjpulcbro.—Matt, xxviil, 1. Come, see tile place where tlicy huve laid Our Lord, in hitllowe.rl gloom, Wn looked to sec u King enthroned, l>ut fiMnul instead Ills tomb : And in I'lirth's lowly, rocky mound, .Made ready for the duad, A resting plauu ut last is found To lay that wounded head. Troad softly; pauMi- awhile we may, For solemn luuk al'Olltul See yoinli'r; there beside the way Is Uulviiry's awful ground. Aye, wi'll with reeutit iiiumoriiis TheHt: tears may llow afresh. For still our burning vision seus ills sui'-ed blui'dinj} Hush. Speak fri'.iitly; 0111-15 tiptuln recall How all our debt was paiil; Wlion noun must needs wonr midnight's pall Forsneh guilt on Him laid, For all the world one Lamb has bled, Himself for them lie gave; Aye, well tliey spiilie w.th wagging head: '• Himself IIe could not save." ar Th» result was marvellous. My men b««ame strong and hearty, and I have badNnofurtliur tronlne. With these piltsVI would not fear to live In any •wamp." £. RIVAL, Bayou Sara, La. Sold Everywhere. Office, 39 &41ParkPlace, New York, Hush: draw we nigh; yet pause from r< The stone i.-. rolled away. But ah! an tingcl waitetu"iier<:: To watch wlKTi: Jesus lay. Come, Si'f the plafe; ]Ju is not there; -Death back the C'oiiQueror nave. Tlie Lord is risen : and now. oh, whore Is all thy victory, Grave? O Grave, with Him our sad hearts rise From depths of woe to sing. Oil, keep what caused sueh saerilicc. Thou couia.it not keep our King. Yea. hide the guilt that Christ hath born? Down to thy deepest gloom; "\Yo turn from tllee to bless the morn Our Saviour led the tomb. "\Ve haste to praise and worship now. And spread the Joy abroad: ' And tell to every nation how Kurtli's Saviour is her God. Yet oft to pause in future years. From dread and doubt set free. To'eonsecrate with grateful tears Euoh memory of Thee, —Jennie D. Dye. in X. Y. Observer. EAST Erf. we know of a very truth that "Seata. ends not all," yet we need the assurance and the reassurance of Divine revelation and tlie historical truth that Christ lived, died and rose again to satisfy our reason that all is as it seems; that we, too. like the corn of the field, when laying- aside the mortal frame spring into a new life. The complexity of our being makes the process in our case so much the more important that the similitude is lost in the immensity of:thc thought of dying 1 . Yet we die not. AVe live in Christ. When we once beg-in to understand Easter as a festival, looking forward as well as back, as a day which means everything 1 to us as Christians, we shall enjoy it and appreciate it more and more. Our choicest blossoms shall decorate our rooms, and we will put on our holiday attire. Our homes shall outwardly partake of the Easter spirit until even the little children shall ask us why uv rejoic.e on this bright Sunday. And then shall we imp 1 .ess np'on their minds the story of the living Christ, whom we, do not see with our eyes, and whose hands we can not grasp as we do thosi- of one another, but to whom we can pray, and who is always present in spirit tc hear our r>r..yers: who is fitticr,' up a beautiful home for us, and •which will be ready for us when we have to loave n-1! these things which are about us here. We shall tell them that when lie left the earth He. too, died and \v;is buried, but that He rose out of tlie grave, and finally passed upward among the clouds, and into the heavens, out of our sight, into a life so spiritual these mortal eyes can not follow Him; and that we keep this festival of Easter Sunday to commemorate His coming out of the tomb, back to life among us. Ah! the tale shall grow not old until the last OIK- of His followers shall have passed from death unto life.—Christian at Work. T«»u, Smic llttlo rortiin™h«ri,l>»enni«ilii»i rlt for ua, by Anna PIIM, Austin, end Jno. liotin, Toledo, Ohio. t. Others uredulngH* w«n,-V>'hy not you? Somo earn overS&OO.OO a nonth. Tou cnn do the work tmdllvo t home, wherever you are, Evtro'bp- Kinnnr* arc enBllv enmiiij? from ** to *10 a (toy. All ape*. We allow you how and ntfli-t you. Can worU In fcpflre time or all the time. BIp nionoy for ivork- rrK, KitUiKB unknown nmbnfi thrm. XKWnndwoiidaiTiil.l'imlculnriirrae. H,UnlleU<C<.'o.,ll,>x W8V I>orUnii<l, Maine 1COOO. 00 a year In bclni; made by John R, Goc,dwln,Vroy,N.Y.,nMvorlE for ua. Header, 3'ttu mny n«t mako'aa .nitch, but \vfl can teach you quickly how to e*rn from *5 to IP10 u liny at tlia Htim, and mom as you BO Itoih aezci, all .ngoH. In any part of [America, you can commence at IIODIC, piv- if; hll vuurtimc,or aj)ar« momenta only to io-work. Ail U MOW.'Great pay SOUK for -«ry \vorkcr. We atart ye-u, fnmlaliln^ (ivcrythinc. KA31LY, SPEEDILY learned, I'AlfTiet'LAlLS mass. Addrosj at once, STINSON £ CO., rOHTUSD, HA1.S1!. FINE PAPER HANGINGS INTERIOR S^IRATORS, rCESCOIHS CHURCHES. .,fE RESIDEBCES, JC. "We invite visitors io call and inspect, Correspondence solicited. W. P. NELSON & GOn 193 WABASH AVE., CHI3AGO, ILL, DECEPTION. c TKs m»y look like poetry, bnt ib Only demonstrates how easily the cy» Mijr be deed rod. The ear is sometimes Deeeired bj the cry of "just as good" IT some druggists IT ho, when Dr. ffhlte'i Pplmonarla is called for, CtK their parsnisir* poners to Induce JOB to take something else On which pier make a isrger Profit, and thonld yon allow their Sophistry to orercome your better Judgment, yon will discorer the Deception only aftor yon hare Used the rtnlT and found it ITorthleBa. Ton will then mourn la rain the loss of your good Mo»ey, for there is no other Coigh remedy as good «» the 'ilmonaria or that Trill cnre a >iugh as speedily and permanently. oola i>,v u. i. Xeesluig- ar.d D.E Pryor. "WE CURE MEN" of Deblluy. Imptiitjucy. \vcuknuBS. .Dread of Marriage, SecreiSins, Losses, Evil Forebodings, Despondency. Stunted Growths,etc.E»:eJ«8tue methods give us a " .tlunojivlj, ofSuecfsm." *S?7Tfr BI <if l i!> l iif n*.**** (mailed free for OUR NEW I T housands of Guaranteed Testimonials that "MEN STAY CURED." COOCHS AMD COLDS. SSc. and SI. at all druggists. E. Mffl I SOI, - - Proprietors, FSOVIDENCc:. R. L TRIBE SUPPLIED by ROSS GORDON LaFayette, Ind. ForsalebyB. P IL^ slinjr A liny That Mi'mis Kverythins to the Christian World. Of all the festivals of the year, it seems to me that Easter is the most joyous OIK to all Christian hearts. Christmas is truly the children's day. They love to hear of the Babe of Bethlehem and to make their little gifts in His name, and we grown people share with them in their happiness. But the 3 r ears have taught us that sorrow and sin have blighted our lives, and we have great need to realize how importanthas been Christ's mission and work. Yet, with Paul of old, we also realize that, if Christ be not risen, then is our hope vain. Onr hopes, our desires, our prayers and effurts all hinge on a risen living Christ, "who ever liveth to make intercession for us." Therefore, although we love to join in the innocent mirth of childhood on Christmas morning:, and to make the children happy with the story of the Christ-Child, it is the risen living Lord who crowns and beautifies and .blesses ..onr lives. And the day which, especially marks th« event of His resurrection from the dead should certainly be to us the day of days. Easter morning'—a. foretaste of the resurrection morn. By faith we follow our Redeemer cle;ir through the open tomb. We laid l»im there, and the blackness of the grave closed over all. But lo! the bars were made fast in vain. He has burst through and riven wide the opening so that the light from the other side streams clear and radiant on the entire pathway. Who now need fear to enter into life bj' a door which seems to lead but into a dark passage? The risen Christ has proven that the end is victory and life immortal. The way thereto? Ah! how the flesh dreads tlie change. We are so familiar with the objects about us. Our homes are very dear to us. Everything in them has grown to be a pai-t- of our being. The books we handle so lovingly, the pictures on our walls, the familiar articles of every-day use—all these we are accustomed to, and we dread a change. We cling to them all so fondly. Sometimes we must be emptied from vessel to vessel even, lest we get so attached to the things of sense; we forget things can not always remain as they are. We look back through the ages. The buried cities of old tell us the. tale of domestic and home life. The people married and were given in marriage. Customs differed a little from those of the present day, yet the home was much the same. The houses and even the furniture and cooking utensils they used can be seen and handled by us. But the people have all passed on through this same door, and seemingly into this dark passage which, so terrifies us. Even the deeds to houses and real estate beyond, which were sometimes made out in favor of the dying among the ancient Egyptians, were left on this side, the papyri on which they were written being laid within the mummy wrappings. They thought undoubtedly that they were furnished with * * * "titles clear To mansions in the skies," but how little they really knew of what was beyond. The agnostic of to-day assures us that we know no more. The Christian of today reverently repeats the words: "Thou didst overcome the sharpness of death, and didst open the Kingdom of Heaven to all believers." Our glimpses into the kingdom come through arisen, ascended Lord, and as the faces of our loved ones grow indistinct to our mortal vision as we pass out into the shadow of death, w'e surely shall cling more and more tenaciously to the hand which our Lord holds out to us. He has passed this way before us, and the path is made clear unto us. The very natural processes which in the springtime are rife about us, the upspringing of the early crocuses, the budding of the maple trees in the yard by our doorway, all these things stir within ns a sense of new life. The germ of life immortal stirs within us by very sympathy at each new Eastertide. We are enrap- port with the spirit of the day. The same reign, of law which governs .the seed time of the earth about us reaches into our innermost spiritual beincr. and pittaburg. All KuririM- One great lesson of Easter is permanent elevation of aim. .lesus has left the tomb for good; we must do so. too. We are surrounded in this life by little else than the chambers of the dead; and the painted imagery which decorates their walls, as of yore the tombs of Egyptian monarchs, might for a moment make us think that they are other than they are. Our true wisdom is to know that life is travestied in these sepulchres of thought, these sepulchres of morality; and that the life of the emancipated souls is to be found only with the risen and eternal Christ, who came down in-' deed among us to visit tis in our errors and our sins, but whose angels have traced over all faiths but one, all rules of life but one, the motto which proclaims His triumph and our duty: "He is not here; He is risen."—Liddon. 'S READY RELIEF. Hie 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 ny THE CHEST OR SIDES, HEADACHE, TOOTH ACHE OR AJSTY OTHER EXTERNAL PAIN, a few applications rubbed on by the hand act like magic, causing the pain to instantly stop. PorCOLDS.BRONCHITIS,PNEU- MONIA CONGESTION, INFLAMMATIONS, RHEUMATISM, NEURALGIA, LUMBAGO, SCIATICA' PAINS LN THE SMALL OF BACK,! etc., more extended application:; are necessary to effect a cure. ALL INTERNAL PAINS, PAINS IN BOWELS OR STOMACH, RAMPS, SPASMS, SOUR STOMACH, NAUSEA, VOMITING, HEARTBURN, NERVOUSNESS, SLEEPLESSNESS, SICK HEADACHE, DIARRHOEA, COLIC, FLATULENCY, FAINTING SPELLS are relieved instantly and quickly cured by taking internally a half to a teasnoonful of Ready Relief in half a tumbler of water. WITH RAD WAY'S PILLS THERE IS NO BETTER CT5RE OR PREVENTIVE OF FEVER AND AGUE. Price 50c.. per bottle. Sola by dingBldts Any "R. R. ft." or any •'READY RELIEF" with- NOTICE. To the Voter* oC Uic riiy of L,»£:in*- l>orr, Iiidlaiui. Of tin- nia'ngr i n t |, c (toiiudaricN of the Voting Pr<><-inrts of Said City, A» .Untie by Ihe Common Council ;u Their Regular K«KMi,H, Tlurcli IS, IS'JI. fhf. voters ol'tin-. Ciiy of Logansport, Cass County. Indiana, will Jifn-uy take notice that Hie following urtler was made uy the Common Council of the Lit; 1 of Logansport, Cass County, Indiana at ihclr n;gnlar session. Wednesday evening. March 1!>', Election precincts a* formed in HIP 6'tv of Lo- ganspun. Indiana: In accordance with an act of the Legislature of Ihe.staleofliidlana,approved JJardiU issi it is ordered by the Common Council of Hie city of Lo- giiiisport. Cans Cninny Indiana; and (hey'do now 1 iidaxlupi the following vmlng precincts, in ' nspurt, Ind. south crossing said river to K.-ICC street thence < west along the nortb of Bace sueetto •ri^r'tr'ni °S fi °l lth :l}ms , l ? e Wftfll ""'' ol WghthS street to High street, and thence w«.t »IOII K th»£ nor .line of High street to the placeof beglimlag •$ •J it is ordered that the. election, itit.ua mT^ res "mm ' tbe brick offl «' builoing "tfhV'5 And cinct hi Forest mill; .fi-tjcim-i. No. 2,—All tbat leriltorv within the following metes and boundiTto^lt"' ixmmencliigatthB corner of Seventh and High' sleets thence riiin! ing east on the south line ot High,,,reet to Eighth street, thence norths the. Bust line ol Kighth street to Race street. thi*SS ea.it on the south line or. Race sUe-t to street, thence .south on the west line W street io Broadway .street, tbence west north line ol Broadway street to Seienth str^tT and thence north OH theeast line of otw street to the. place of beginning. And His ord< that the elections of salii precinct be held it southeast corner of the school house lot beli!iciui,TOa i second addition to Logansport, la said'* $• 1,1 i ,, ?*?; a -~ A11 t' 1 '' 1 territory embraced,^ within the, lollowlng metes ami bounds, to-wit-. Commencing nt the, southwest con er of Twelfth' and B oddway streets, thence, running south on ronn ti!e.«»veniUv«idsortlicClty"of to w t: out the nameR AD WAY, is a COUNTERFEIT Three Oood Konsoiiri. I once met a thoughtful suholar who told me he had read every book he could which assailed the religion of Jesus Christ, and he said he should have become an infidel btit for three thing's: '•First, I am a man. I am going- somewhere. To-nig-ht I am a day nearer the grave than r was last night. I have read all such books can tell me. They shed not one solitary ray of hope or light tipon the -darkness. • They shall not take away the guide and leave roe stone-blind. Second. I had a mother. I saw her g-o down into the dark valley where I am going, and she leaned on an unseen arm as calmly as a child goes to sleep on its mother's beast. I knew that was not a dream. Third, I have three motherless daughters. They have no protection but myself. I would rather kill them than leave them in this sinful world, if you blot out from it all the teachings of the Gospel."— Bishop .Whittle.. praying and Working. Praying 1 and working are. to the true servant of God, different manifestations of the same spirit-life. But to him who is not in God's service they are.different acts, eaeli one rendering the other more or less unnecessary. The true Christian worker prays, not so much becaue he deems prayer necessary, as because the prayer is an essential part of his. working. And he who truly prays works toward the end for which he prays, because his working is an essential element of his praying. In short, to the Christian, that which is worth praying for is worth working for, and that which is worth working for is worth praying for.—S. S. Times. DADWAY'S n PILLS, The Great Liver and Stomach Remedy Forthecureof ail disorders of the STOMACH, LIVER, BOWELS, KIDNEYS, BLADDER, NERVOUS, DISEASES, LOSS of APPETITE, HEAD ACHE, CONSTIPATION, COS'IVE NESS, INDIGESTION, BILIOUSNESS FEVER, INFLAMMATION Of the BOWELS, PILES, and all derangements of tne Internal Viscera. Purely Vegetable, containing no mercury, minerals, or DELETERIOUS DRUGS. PERFECT DICESTiON will be ac c-mplished by taking RADWAY'S PILLS. Byso doing Dyspepsia, SICKKEADACH, FOUL STOMACHE, BILIOUSNESS, will be avoided and thefood that is eaten contribute its nourishing: properties to the sup port of the natural waste ofthe body Price25c-per box. SOLD BY ALL DRCCISTS PlliST WAHU. Precinct No. 1- All that territory embraced within Ihe lullowniKinetps and bounds, to-wlc Coninieiio lugat tiie ni.riHe.st corner of Sycamore and uita- wii streets, thence niniiing west a Ions i!ie north jliieotuttawii. street to Vine strwt. uient'e soiilli iuongthewojiillneof Vine streetio Miami street, thence west on the north line of Miami street to Plum sheet, tlience north along the east line of Plum street to Bates street, tlience west along tlie north line of Bales street to Holiand street, inence north on theeuu line of Holland street to the north boundary line of said First ward, and thence east along the north line of said ward to Sycamore street, and thence south along the west line ol sycamore street to the place of beginning. And II. is ordered that the elections in said precinct be held in house on Ottawa street on the souiiiwpst corner of lot 10, in ]> D. Dykeman's 1st addition to west l.ogan, in said ward. Precinct No. 2— All that territory embra- el within tlie following ineies and bounds, to-wlt; Commencing at the northwest corner of Ottawa and sycamore streets, thence running south along the west line of S.vcamure street to Chlppawa street, thence west on the nortu line of ChlpiKiwa street 10 plum slreet. thence south on the west line of f him street to Usage, street, theiic" west on the 1 o th line of Osaite and Wlieatland streets to the Chicago brand) ol the JPittsburg, Chicago, Cincinnati & ol. Louis Hallway, thence soulh along the line of said railway to the Peoria branch of said railway, thence west following the north line of said Peoria branch of said railway to the west limits of said ward, thence north to the line of the wabash and Erie • anal, thence east along the line of the Wabash and Erie canal bed to Holland slreet. thence south along tae west line of said Holland street to Ba tes street, thence east on the south line of Bates street to Plum slreet, thence south on Plum street to illami street, thenre east along the south line of Miami stret to "Vine, street, thence north on theeast line of Vine street lo Ottawa street, thence e;ist on south line of Utiawa street to place of beginning And It, Is ordered Uiat the elections In said precinct be held in the buidllng on the sou hwest corner of the school house yard in said ward. Precinct No.3— Ah that; territory embraced within the following metes and bounds, to-wit: Conmienc- ingat the southwest corner of Sycamore and Chippewa streets, theme running west on the south line of Clilppewa street to Plum street, thence south on the east line of Plum street to Osa <r e, then west on south line of Osnge street to Wheatland street, thence nest on south lineof Whwuland screet to tlie Chicago branch of the Husburg, Cincinnati, Chicago t St. Louis Railway, thence south along said railway to Market street. tlie.t:ce east on the north line o!' Market street to Eel river, thence easterly along the north bank of Eel river, with the meanders tliernof, to the place of beginning And it Is ordered that the elections In said precinct be he d at tne engine house in said ward Precinct No. 4— All that territory embraced witMn thefolmvl gmeies and bounds, to-wlt: Commencing at tijewestendtlieofEM river bridge onMarket street In said ward, thence west along the north b'iukoi'»l and WabaOi rivers, with the meanders thereof, to the west limits of said ward, ihence north to the south line of i he Peoria branch of the P., C..C.&S!. L.tallwny thence east along the Peoria branch of thi; P. C. C. & St. Louis Railway to Market street. ; thence east on the south line of Market street to the place of beginning. And It Is ordered thai the elections Iri add preclct be held In Ohl's cooper shop In said ward. tliencefaston south line of Bra -dw-j street to »' paced beginning Ant) It Is ordeied tn.it 111* > elections in said i.rccluct be held it c JMU'S i.ven- f- siiibleiiisiikl ward. V1STH IV/lIiJ). i-J, Preefiijt Xo. 1 -All that territoij «itljin the following metes und bounds toiumenclng at Kel river on •jw.-Iftli siieet.Uience', 1 ! running south to Market slrcct, tlicnco east ont» nurtli Hue ol Market stwvt to SKleenth Mrett -1 tnnice north on west line of Slxiccnth slTO«tto«i' the .south bank oV Eel river, anil thence west alons * the soutft bank of Kel rlvor, wiih mejndws ?|.,!°« V'?? ot . b '" l! '" ln e- Ana Ills that the, eleaions In sitid ------- ' - • front room ov way street, IH .lions In sitid iir«int:t be held tn the J,. >ver(.Tecii'.s grocer}' stole, on Broad-LJ ns.ililwaid. " •** 'i W r,- lll;lt e lolluwlns- nn-u-s and bounds to-wit Coiniiu nciiis at the corner of Twel th tiiid Markeff 1 !! slreein, ihcnce ruKiilriK past on the south !lae otM Market sirwci to Sixtiin tb street, thence sou li on » the west line ol telxitfe.ni h sti eel to Smedd HtreeCH LliKiice west on the north line of si^edd slreet toii 1 wellih, street, and tft-iiee nor.h on «-,i»t Hue OH rweltUi street to the place of beginning And itf I* ordered that Ihe elections in wild preilnct be held at the 1'iiteemli street <-n a lne house in VreclHft >'o. .'i.-Ai; .that lerrltcrv Pitibrjce within the folloiMiiB inet«s and bounds, to-wlt Goiiinientlng at iel river on Slxteeijtu btreet,tS tbence rminliiK soi'itli on east JJnp 01 olxteenth'' street to Markm si reet. tlnaiw t-uht on noi th llne,' Oi M:uKet ssrei-t to Klghteenth strict south on wist line, of Eishteemb .street to street, thence east on north Hue of bpe,ir slreet tlie exist, limits of the city, tbcnce north alonii ta« eastern limits of t lie city to Eel rln ] . thence westj .iiloni; south bank of Kel river to puce Of besui-! ninjr. Andltlsordefi'dilirit the eleUIonslnsald' precinct be held h, the office ot the street cut DiiildJng in said ward. t Precinct N'o. 4-A11 that t rrltory embruced within tbe following mele,s and bounds, to-wif Commencing at the corner of thu WjbdSb.sU Louis and Paclllc railway and Twelfth slreet,th«nce ea« alonis ,-aIU railway to Seventeenth ( street, tL Wabosh " ' sakl canal _________ __ on east line of Sixteenth street to Market si reet* tlience wist t»n south line of Market street to, —Science and revelation are the bass and the soprano of the same tune. The whole world will yet acknowledge the complete harmony. .There is no war between that which God wrote by prophet or parchment, and that which by storm Tie wrote on the rocks, but between what God describes as ; 'science, falsely so called," and revelation, there is an uncompromising' war, and one or the other must fj-o under.—Talmage, in y. Y. Observer. We should like to give a new chimney for every one that breaks in use.. We sell to the wholesale dealer; he to the retail dealer; and he to you. It is a. little awkward to guarantee our chimneys at three removes from you. We'll give you this hint. Not one in a hundred breaks from heat; there is almost no risk in guaranteeing them. Talk with your dealer about it. It would be a. good advertisement for him. 'Pearl top' and 'pearl glass,' our trade-marks : —tough glass "•"-•-— GEO. A. MACBETH & Co. GOLD MEDAL, PARIS, 1878. I.fiAKER&Co.'S Breakfast Cocoa from •which the excess of oil has been removed, is Absolutely Pure and it is Soluble. No Chemicals are used in its preparation. It has more than three times the strength of Cocoa mixect with Starch., Arrowroot or Sugar, and is therefore far more economical, costing less than one cent a cup. It is delicious, nourishing;, strengthening, EASILY DIGESTED, and admirably adapted for invalids as well as for persons iu health. Sold by Grocers everywhere. W. BAKER & CO., Dorchester, Mass, TILES GRATES ETC. 224 WABASH AVE P ChIch«tcr'« Enfllnh DInmond Brand. EHNYROYAL PiLLS «/TC^v Orlffti.nl «ml Only CJenuIne. _^StjX B.FE. »lway» rclIaHte. t-ADlce uk DniircisC for' Cftlclivitcr'i Unnltsti Dia-* \mond Brand In Kcd ani Gold metallic' "««:«, acilod wlih bloc ribbon. Talco -o otlicr. Refusedangeroua mJjatitu> ut and imitation*. AtDruggiatB. orscnd4c> ^tnmpl tor nnrtlculars,. tcntlDtontiil)i *.n[] I«Ucf for LttdlcA," M letter, by rctnm . ,IL lll.OOOTsnlmonlAl'.. Kamc Puper. , "OliI«hc^tcrOaciKlcalCo.,5iKdIiionKquare» Cold br >H Loe&l Druifgift*. Fhll^ld«.« FJI* H'or ri.ne tiv H. r. Keesllnx. nrnelels'. F cnn bocnriiedatoiirNKWliiicofwarlc, ijildly nnd Iioiiornbiy. hy tlio*j of ilicr hex, vouup or old, nml In ihdr wii]OLHliU«,n-ljtrt,vcrllie>'livu.Any ne cnn do llii! work. EIIBJ- to lonm. We furnlf-h ev^ylluiifr. \Vo start you. .No riolt. You mil dcvoto yourRpurc tnminr.m, ornlj your tlmft to tlitt work. Thin i* (in cutiydy itcwl,-nd,:md uringH wondtfrful BUCCPBB touvpry worker. BrpiiiHtn* (if"' I'nrnliig from #"j to *&l) peru'cfrlt mid ripivintlB, pnd nion. ufwn IHllu experience. We can.Turnip, you the c.n- ployincnt «nd teach you HUSK. No npncB to eiplnln licro. Fall infbimuloa raKfc TJKCEdSCU., ilUtbli, aAl.\E. SKCOSD WAliD. Precinct No.l-All that territory embraced within the iollowlngmetes and bounds, to-wit: Commencing at Eel river on Fourth street, thence running south on Ihe west line of Fourth street 10 Eel River avenue, thence south nest o.'i the north line of Eel River avenue to Third street, thence north on T bird street to Ee.i river bridge, thence northwest on east line of Sycamore street to the north limits of the Second ward, thence along the north limits of snld Second ward to the west line of Stevens, llobley and Clary's additions to the city of Logansport. thence north along the «est line of said additions 10 the north limits of said ward, thence east on the north line of said ward to Clifton avenue, thence south aiongtbe west line of Clifton avenue tu Hanna street, thence southwest ahmg the north line ot Hanna street to Pontiac street thence south along the west line of Fontla'. street to the north bank of Eel river, thence west on the north bank of Kel river with the meanders thereof to a point opposite Font th street to ttie place of beginning. And It Is ordered that the elections In said precinct be held at what Is now known at Schaefer's cooper shop In said « ard. Preclnct.No.2—Alithiitterrltory embraced within the following metes and bounds, to-wlt: Commencing at Kel river on Fourth street, thence running south on the east me of Fourth street to Broadway str-et, thence east on the north line of Broadway street to Fifth street, thence south on east line of. Fifth street to the Wabasb and Krle canal bed, thence east along the north line of said canal bed to Seventh street, thence north on the west line of Seventn street to High street, thence west on the smith line of High street to Sixth street, thence north on the west line of Sixth street to Kel i Iver, andthencewestaJonethesoiithbankof Kel river with the meanders t ereof to the phi e of beginning. And It is ordered tbat the elections In said precinct be held, at the North street engine house in said ward. Precinct No 3— All that territory embrac»d within the following metes and bounds, to-wlt: Commencing i.n the south bank of Eel river at the intersection with Tt.lrd street, tni'nce running; south to Eel Klver avenue, then e northeast along the south Hue of Kel River avenue to Fourth street, tbence south on tlie.easthna of Fourth street to Broadway street, thence east on tbe south line of Broadway street to Fifth street, thence south on the west line ol Fifth street to Market street, thence west on the north line of Market street to Eel River avenue, thence southwest on Eel River avenue to tbe W;tb;ish river, and thenee northwest along tin-south bank of. Eel river, with the, meanders thereof, to the place of-beglnning. And it Is ordered that the elections in said precinct be held at the township trustee's office in said ward. THIRD WARD. Precinct No. 1—All that territory embraced with In the following metes and bounds, to-wlt: Comn enclng at the comer of Eel Klver avenue and Market street, the' ce running east to Fifth street, thence southeast to Oak street.then- e »outh along the wi'st line of Oak street to Canal street, thence west along the north line of Canal street to Fourth sireet, fitence 'south on the west line of Fourth strte.t to the Wabash river, thence west along tm- north bank of the W.vash river, with the mean-I tiers thereof, to Eel River avenue, and thence. | no th io the place of beginning. And it is ordered that tin elections In sold precinct be held at the old brick school house In said ward. Pvecl' ct No. 2.—All that territory embraced within the following metes and bounds, to-wlt: Conm'enc ng at the corner of the Wabash and Erie canal b«d and OaK street, tlience running east a:uti the small line or the Waiiash and Erie c.iii i bed to Twelith street, thence south along the west line of Twelfth street to nieWaba^li rher. then e west along "the north bank of the W; bash river with the meanders thri-eof, to Fourth street, tlience north along the the east line of Fowrlli slreet t" Canal street, thence ea-t on Canal street to Oak street, then,-e north on th" east line ol Oak -treet to the piace of beginning. And It Is ordered that the elections In said precinct be. held at Harry Tore's-office In said ward. Precinct No. 3.—The third precinct of said ward Is composed of all that port of said ward lying east of the east line of J. B. Shultz's third addition to Logansport and soutu of the Wabash river, including Middle's Island. And It is ordered tbat the election In said precinct be held at Amans carriage trimming shop on Burlington avenue In said ward. FOURTH WARD'. Precinct No. 1.—All the territory embraced within tlte following metes and bo nds. to-wlt: Commencing at the corner ol Sixth and High stree s, thence running north on Pontiac street to Hanna street, thenee east on the south line of Hanna street to Clifton avenue, thence north on the east line of Clifton avenun to the wnrd-boundary-line,. ihen e east'vlong the wa'd boundary line to cast limits of said ward, thence southeast "Jong the line of said ward r.» T<>! river, thence west alo g the n rth bank of Del river, with the meanders thejeof, toa po lit opposite Tenth street, thence thence south along the east limits ol sold city tof, Wabash river, thence west along the north banti ol the Wabash river, with meander* thereof, to j Twelfth street, and thence north on e-ist Hue -of ?, Twelfth streer ; to the place of beginning. AndiC«p is ordered that tbe elections In said piecinctbe* held In tbe house now owned by Rudolph Eerndl,^ No. G29 Seventeenth street, in said w^rd PrednctNo.S-AIl that territory embraced within the.lollowlnginetesandbounds,to-wit Commencing at the corner of Twelfth aud Srnedd straws'?? uienceniiiningeaston the south line of imeadj-S street to Sixteenth street, thence south on the west line of Sixteenth street to the Wabash and Ene-i canal bed, thence e;tst on the line of said cdu^l bed , to Seventeenth street, thence south on west litie of» Seventeenth street to Wabash Rallwa\ thence wesK along said railway to Twelfth street, thince. north* on the east line of Twelfth street to the plai e of ginning. And it is ordered that the electlooi.* s;Ud precinct be held at what is known j* rTonn's 4 shoe shop in s;Udw;u-d. -3 i be State, of Indl;uia, the County of Cass, the City of, Logiinsport, ss: . • I. JobD J. Taggiirt, Clerk of the, Cit> of Logan-' sport. Indiana, do hereby certify that the jbove b a 1 complete copy of the proceedings of. the Common.^ Council of the City ol Logansport, Indianj, at w regular session held in the, council chamber of sald}.& city on Wednesday eveuing March 18,1891. reUtirelf to ihe establishing of .voting precincts for the Tarl-4? ous wards comprising tbe-City of Logansport, Jn diana, as the same appears of record in my office! Witness my hand and the seal of the City Ot • Ltf gansport. this 19th da)- of March. 1891. --• LSEAI. | JOHN.I.TAQGART. Clerk City of Logansport, fndijina..'; Ladies PO Reiari Dr. Anderson's English Female Regulatiiuf! Pills are the safest and most reliable. Give tttem* a trial and be convinced. At Drupr .^tore or mall, postpaid per box $1.00, s boxes for $2.50.' .11 ok a Medicine : Co., Toledo, o: For sale in Logansport, liid.byBen Fisher, No 411% fourth Street, ,.:. - •'• Mention paper. leblSd&wSm Pianos Tuned, $1:5{| For the purpose of introducing my work to thai musical people of Logansport 1 have reduced Wl price for tuning Pianos, $2.60 to $1.50. ,IaIso:S keep on hand a full supplj of repairing mutt-rlal-S? Pianos repollshed, restrung, new nammers,'tone? regulated, action rewaited, the touch ccangedjs heavy or light. Flrstrclassworlc. 33years experi-?$ ence. Orders by mail or left at Allen Hlehard-C son.s, 414 Fourth Street- Organs as above.' V: " marlldSm W. ». CAPHON-/! LINJECTION B ^"oTTHE GENTLEMIN'S FRIEflfl OurMalydor Perfection Syringe free with' «yery£?l bottle. Prevents Stricture. Cures GomorrlicMkSSl »cd Gleet in 1 to 4 day*. Ask your : lor it. Sent to an? address for 81.OO. '8 CO.,LANCASTERi(t JOSEPH GILLOTT'S STEEL PENS. GOLD MEDAL, PARIS EXPOSITION,. 1889.; THE MOST PERFECT OF Do Yotf tat or , —IN STOCKS, BONDS, I" AND PROVISIONS? If so, tr-.-' «-i:u a reliable firm who have had te»i?, : jj years ex... •, a, and are members of the Chio»«» Board «j' ;-. -io and Stock Exchange.' " business stri-.-iIy on Commission, Refer Trust and Sav jigs Bans, Chicago. :'• C. A. WHYLAND A. CO. 2O \Veeend fire i of charge our Daily Market Rc nd Circular on application. 'merest allowed on monthly balances. "•• I CUBE RUPTURE! DR. HORNE'S ELECTRIC TRUSSES Have Cured IQ.OOn Ruptures in 1C Ye "I suffered with n donhle rupture 5 yr-nre. Tonr Eleo?| trie Truss cured nio in 3i,i mouths.- .). G. PHILPOT." Sept. 24, '00. ^_____ . Chaiianosea,; Ten "Your Bl»cflc Truss cnred jny rupture,,<ilter snfferlij 15 yoars. .Mas,A, DOpgn-ry.". Alisecon, K. J, ;pct-8,.JS( "Turn cnrofl sound and well liy.Wnrtnn your Elf-el Truss. B. HAKVEi."l)avis:Cit^,'Iowa. .vAue V.t'l The only iwniilne EIiM-trlc TriiKH iti'*l ItcIti'CoB 'DR^HORM'UNVENT^

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