Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on March 24, 1891 · Page 7
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 7

Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, March 24, 1891
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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. > Ponr man, being tired of dragging out a miserable existence, he is the picture ol dependency; altogether, he is rather a torlorn specimen. 4t- Do we pity him? Of course; but at the same time IVel ass'.n.d that in a measure he is to blame fvr the bad state into which he has I'alU-n A sure, safe, speedy and easy cun> i an IIP. fi.uml in Simmons Liver Regulm.. r- Nature's own remedy. No rnercvm' or deleterious drugs, not tinpleasant ti> t!-c tasio. and always reliable — just, ?vtoli a remedy as you can pin your faith to without a shadow of disappointm*-!)'. Ri-aJ the testimonial, don't take our wnrd for it: "! hnvc Irem subject to severe s;x:lls of Congestion cfOic l.ivi:r, nnd have been in the kabit of.tatiiic frym . 15 to 20 grains of calomel, which generally laid me up for three or four d;iys. • Lately 1 hnvc been taking Simmons Liver Regulator which gave me relief, without any interruption to business," J. HUGG, Mkldleport, Uhio. jr. H. ZEinjr s co., Sou PaoMtnrrORS, PHILADELPHIA, PA. PRICE, 81.00. Ton's Pills FOR TORPID LIVER. A torpid liver deranges tbe wholesy»- .tcin, and produces Sick Headache, Dyspepsia, Costiveness, Rheumatism, Sallow Skin and Piles. There la no better remedy forth cue common diseases than Tutfs i,ivcr fills, as a trial will prove. Price, 25c. Sold Everywhere* Soup little fortunes hurt been tnadpn work for 01, by Anna Patfe, Aultln, "'«as, find Jno. Bonn, Toledo, Ohio. cut. Other* art doinp «* well. Why you? Some t-arn over #&OO.OO * th. You Con do the work and live fathoms, whcrcvoryou arc. ETOD be- on arc enilly earning from #& to dny.Allipci.lVemiowyouhovr •nd ft tart you. Can work In nnnre time or nil the time. Hip money forwork- «n- Fullure unknown miionp ih«m. NEW mid wonderful, particular* fri-fl. KJOM.OO a year U belnp mado bj John R. Goodvrin,l5oy.iN.Y.,ftt work for tui. Iteader, you miiy nmi make H.I iilUch, but we can teach you quickly.hovf to earn from *5 to $10 u day at the stan, and more A> you go on. Both BCICS, nil «ge». In imy part of lAmerica, you cnu commence dt home, plr- inc all vgur tlme.or »pare moment! only to tbo work. All Is new. Great pay SUUKfcr every worker, We-»tart ynu, ftjrnlihlnjf «v c mhlni:, EASILY, SPEiiDILY learned. I'AWriCULAICS FltKE. Addreu at once, 8TINSON A 10., rOKTLlttD, HA INK. PAPER HANGINGS INTERIOR DHRATORS. FRESCOIKS CHURCHES,' .M RESIDENCES, 1C. We invite visitors to call and inspect, Correspondence solicited. W. P. NELSON & CO,, 193 WABASH AVE., CHICAGO, ILL. Are You BIMOUS? SOME PEOPLE ALWAYS ARE AND 5HEARLY EVERYBODY IS OCCASIONALLY. TAKE DR. WHITE'S DANDELION ALTERATIVE. It i» tbe best remedy for diseases of the Liver and Kidneys. It purifies the blood and overcomes tbat reeling of weariness which yon so often experience. It will cure your headache, restore your lost appetite, and make yon feel vigoron«i cnongh to take any thing within your reach. Very large bottle for 91, and every bottle warranted^ oold by B. F. Keesling- and.JXE ]?ryor. ADVICE vs. VICE. Youarcnoila manly shape, and yet you don't &ct. Write to us to-day! Delay Imperils all! I OUR MEW MENTAL OVER-WORK. ALL, lUSOttUiRM A WEAKNESSES OF HEN. For limited time Boot mulled free. ERIE MEDICAJC, CO., Buffalo, If. r. Don't prefer VICE to ADVICE. ARABIAN iAm tie BEST MEDICINES ever liratei PAIN AND INFLAMMATION, beth Externally and Internally. It is safe and certain in its action . For Burns, Poisoning, Erysipelas, Inflammation of the Eyes or Bowels, Earache, Deafness, Rheumatism, Pains in Side, Back, or Shoulders, Files, Sore Throat, Croup, or Bronchitis. Pricczscts. and Si. at all druggists. E. MORGAN St, SONS. Proprietors. PROVIDENCE, ft. I. r : • ; • TIUDSSTJPPLIEDbyROSS GORDON, . LaFbybtte, Ind. Fov salebyB. F Penalties J'alS By Those T^'lio Impone Too 3Inrh Upon tlie Bra!n, "VVc Jive, in a social and business at- mosphcre of excitement, and our physical environments are rather stimulating- than restorative. We make provision for action, in onr social, political and ediK-utional organizations, and reform a.nd progress and never rest are our constant, watchwords; ret cur frame is so constituted that adequate rest is one of its chief organic needs nrid essential preliminaries to progress. •"Tired nature's sweet restorer, balmy sleep," is not courted as she ought to be. "Sleep! balm of hurt minds! nature's spsond course! sore labor's bath! Sleep! that knits up the raveled sleeve of care" and compensates the waste and wear and worry of our mental life, is too much ignored in all of our arrangements for work of mind. Our amusements and recreations too, are mainly provided for during hours which were best devoted to rest and sleep. To us the night eometh not now, as in the ancient days, when no man can work: night with us, when the brain ought to be at rest, has become the chief lime of action. At that part of the diiy when the heart throbs should be lessened and the over-taxed organ allowed a little repose between, its beats, its pulsations are accelerated to meet the imperative calls for blood, of an unresting and unrestful brain whose ideationa! cells and percipient centers, are kept in ceaseless activity by the demands of late school work, midnight committee meetings of merchants, manufacturers, manipulators of markets and managers of "the machine" of party politics. To these we add the neural prod and whip and spur of artificial alcoholic (and even tea and coffee) stimulation at the wrong time of day, when an inclination to repose and not over-action of the nervons system and mind should be encouraged. The man or woman who, in this age of demand for action, sleeps and feeds inadequately and works on, is destined to break down or die prematurely; and if the demand of tired nature for repose and repair be unwisely and cruelly answered, as. alas, it too often is in our time! by the goad of artificial stimulation, the end comes suddenly in those startling brain .breaks which now too often abruptly sadden hearths and homes that might have had happiness for years had wiser seK-management prevailed in the household head and beyond the homestead; but in this great world of action the light of great actors on the world's stage goes out as suddenly as a shut-off gas jet. Great mental suns are eclipsed in the twinkling of an eye, and while it ought yet to be day to them, from neglect of such precautions and care of self as the humane society exacts for our horses. The nation scarcely gets over its mourning for a great general whose name during the late war was as familiar as the Potomac, dead too soon for lack of rest, and another who in his life was as brave as the bravest of Gettysburg and who will be remembered till the.history of southern reconstruction shall be forgotten, whose physique gave promise of a longer lease of life, before another brave military chieftain' prematurely falls and a vice-president drops dead suddenly, because his heart nerves descending from the head and tipper part of the spinal cord were deprived by ceaseless activity of that power which comes from adequate rest, to keep the heart going. He heeded not the warning of a previous brain- failure which demanded judicious rest as the condition of subsequent moderate integrity of function. One of the greatest financiers of the present day drops dead of heart-failure, due to over brain and nerve strain, during- a business conversation. Killed by his own hand, snapped out by his own imprudence at a time of life when his father had only begun some of his most successful financial manipulations in the .monetary world. Ee had not a constitution hardened to mental endurance like that which the rigid environments of his father's youth had made, for him. Another scion of a greater ancestor, inheriting millions and the presidency of a great trunk line, now lies mentally prostrate at a time of life when the father, like the great Vanderbilt, was just in the zenith of his power. Two prominent and powerful pulpits of our city were but lately draped in mourning and congregations grieving, and would not be comforted because of loved ones taken from them by a sudden apoplexia; and these two dire calamities might, by timely and judicious rest of their victims, have been averted. The' lesson of those sudden breakdowns is obvious. They are nature's' violent penalties—her capital punishments for over brain pressure and neglected rest. Not indeed that all use alcoholic stimulants, but by all the excitants of brain action man can devise his poor brain breaks down when it ought to be in the very prime of power. There Seems to be a sort of morbid pride, like the suicidal manias which sometimes sweep over the land, displaying itself in the. wish of our best and hard-to-be-spared' men, "to die in harness," like 'an overdriven horse. But what sense, to sensible people, is there in this foolish idea? How much better to work longer, if a little slower, as in the course of nature we approach the grave, and finish up our work here without startling denouement, and more leisurely wrap the drapery of our. couch about us and calmly die like one who lies tranquilly down to pleasant dreams.—Prof. C. H, Hughes, in Mid-Continent. : —A Biddeford man claims to have buried a hundred dollars in gold in his cellar & year ago and to have dug it up ten feet away from th» place where he buried it. Money usually, goes faster than that—but not so fax.—Lewiston Journal. Tho Retort Discourteous. "I like.your face, George. It grows on me." "You'd be better looking it it did."— Jury. DEMOCRATIC OatrujroouK INCONSISTENCY. Churls Preferred l>y j>[ulijr • nmit NumbftkulU. The narrow-minded, malignant democrats art- raising' a big- howl because the Fifty-first—a republican—congress appropriated a total of S28,3S9,000 for Indian expenditures, against the 816,300,000 appropriated for like purposes by the Fiftieth congress, which was democratic in the house. Some of them have had the hardihood to characterize that excess of 87,000,000 as due to reckless, wanton republican profligacy, and all because the last house was not of their political stripe. The objection is simply a captions one, as most of the excess ;?oes to pay the extraordinary expenses incurred in carrying out agreements made for the- cession of millions of acres of land by the Indians to the United States. The original legislation by which thuse expenditures were authorised was shared in by democrats as well as republicans. Is there unytliinjr wicked in keeping- faith with those Indians and paying them for their lands? Are the democrats in favor of repudiating these agreements ajid taking the lands from the Indians without paying for them? And if not, what is there to find fault with? The people of the United States get 'an equivalent for the money which is appropriated for the purchase, and there is nothing either wicked or wantonly wasteful in thu transaction. The lands are thrown open to settlement at the usual rates, and the treasury will get the money back in the usual course of events, while important additions will be made to the cultivated areas of the United Status. It is strictly a matter of business, to which no business man c;ui legitimately object. The bill contained an appropriation of about S:iOO,ODO for the irrigation of Indian lands, which is a simple act oi justice to the red man. About all the Indian reservations, except the eastern part of the Indian territory, fall within the arid belt. Ignoring that fact, the government or the bureau has been in- d^icin^" the Indians to sow grain and try to raise crops there, and for the last three years the result has been little better than a complete failure. On the theory that the Indians would raise food for their own needs the rations wera cut down from time to time, and the red men were thereby reduced to a state of semi-starvation, which was one cause of the late outbreak. Do the democrats want tins to be repeated? Are they in favor of starving the Indians, or of dealing justly by them? Then, in round numbers, another million dollars was required to pay the expenses of the late Indian war. that g-rew out of causes for which the republicans were no more responsible than were the democrats. The costs of the war had to be met, and there was nothing partisan in the matter. Hence it can no more be charged to "republican profligacy" or wastefulness than to the account of the man in the moon or the sultan of Turkey.—Chicago Tribune. R ADWAY'S READY RELIEF. The most certain' and safe Pain Rf medy 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. H BADACHE, TOOTHACHE OR ANY OTHER EXTERNAL PAIN, a few applications rubbed on by the hand act like magic, causing' the |miu to instantly stop. ForCOLDS. BRONCH1TIS.PNEU- MON1A CONGESTION, INFLAMMATIONS, RHEUMATISM, NEURALGIA, LUMBAGO, SCIATICA" PAINS UN 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 arid quickly cared by taking internally a half to a teaspoonful of Read}' Relief in half a tumbler of water. WITH RADWAY'S PILLS THERE IS NO BETTER CERE OR PREVENTIVE OF FEVER AND AGUE. Prn-e .»<»<•. I>*T IM»I !«•. Sola by diugglsts Any <',;{. K. K.." or any •'HEADY BELIEF" without the nameRAD WAY, is a COUNTERFEIT To tin- NOTICE. VolRi-Nvr tin- City of piirl, Iiidianu, Of t!icCliu>i»<> En ilieBoumlarU-Nol'Uic .Viniici I'rcciiM-l* of Said < Made TlK-ir by Hie CuiiiiiKin Cuunci itc'^riliir NCSMOII. .Tlurcl IS, JS!)1, R ADWAY'S PILLS, The Great Liver and Stomach Remedy THE LEADING" ISSUE. An Important 1'olnt Gained by the Fifty- First Congress. Reciprocity has now become the leading 1 political issue of the time in this country. .During fully half the period of the nation's existence the tariff, in some of its phases, had been the great question of national concern. Other issues, like the second war with Great Britain, slavery, the war with Mexico, the rebellion, reconstruction and finance, have from time to time put the tariff into the background, but when those matters were disposed of it always returned to the front. The tariff enters into the question of reciprocity, but not altogether in its familiar form. AVe have now reached a period when, -while retaining- our custom-house barriers against Europe, we may profitably lower them to the countries of our own continent . The tariff has, to this extent, enabled us to withstand outside competition, and we are ready to recognixe the larger liberties which it allows. us. The reciprocity which we have obtained is.not strictly the sort which the. republican party desired, or which will be had if the party regains power in the house of representatives by the election of 1892, but it is the-first which has ever been granted, and for the commercial advantages which this policy insures the country is under obligation to the Fifty-first congress.—St. Louis Globe-Democrat. Forthecui-e of ail disorders of the STOMACH, LIVER, BOWELS, KIDNEYS, BLADDER. NERVOUS, DISEASES, LOSS of APPETITE, HEAD ACHE, CONSTIPATION, COS'IVE- NESS, INDIGESTION, BILIOUSNESS FEVER, INFLAMMATION °f the BOWELS, PILES, and all derangements of tne Internal Viscera- Purely Vegetable, containing no rr>~- cury, minerals, or DELETERIOUS DRUGS. PERFECT DIGESTION will be a> crvmplished by taking RADWAY'S PILLS Byso doing Dyspepsia, SICK. HEADACH, FOUL STOMACHE, BILIOUSNESS, will be avoided and thefood that is eaten contribute its nourishing; properties to the sup port of the natural waste of the body Price 25c-per box. SOLD BY ALL DRCCISTS. —Discouraging.—"I am thirilifcg of marrying again,." remarked Mrs. .Weeds to her daughter. ; "Do. you think you could go a stepfather?" "I wish you wouldn't, mamma.," replied Miss Weeds. "I might go a stepfather and fare worse."—Inter Ocean. : —Tbe rubber hot-water bottles are disagreeable to some persons who need their comfort because of their clammy nature. This can be remedied by having a flannel bag just large enough to draw over the bottle after it is filled. It should cover the metal stopper and be tied in place. Delicious Mine© in AHTT TIME OP TEE "STEAK. NEW ENGLAND PMIIMIKGE MEAT. In paper boxes; enough for two large pies. Alwuys ready; easily prepared., CLEAN, WHOLESOME, CONVENIENT. SOLD BY ALL GROCERS. GOLD MEDAL, PAEIS, 1878. W. 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Cuss Conn. t.v, Indiana, will hereby tak« notice that the following order was made by the Common Council of the City of Lofnmsport, Cass County, Indiana, at their regular session. Wednesday evening, March IS ISill. Election precincts as formed In Ihe City of Lo- Kiinsport, Indlaiiii: In accordance, with an ;ict of the Legislature of tbe State ot'lmJIami, approved ilaro.hij, 1SS9, it Is ordered by tbe Common council of the City of Lo- Kansport. Cnss County Indiana; and they do now lorin and adopt the following voting precincts In theseveral wards of the City of Loganspurl. Imi. t . W, FIRST \VAKD. Precinct No 1-.-U1 that territory embraced within Uie1ollowliigme.ie.sanJ bounds, to-wlt: Conimenc- Ing at ihe noriwest corner of Sycamore and Otta- wi streets. thence running west along the north line of Ottawa street to Vine street, thence south along Hie west line of Vine street to Miami street thence west on the north line of Miami street to Plum stieel, thence, north along the east line of Plum street to Bates street, thence, west aloti" the north line-of Biiles street to Holiiind street, tlience north on the. east line of Holland street to the north boundary line of said First »ard. and tlience east along the north line of said ward to Sycamore street, and thence south along the, west llneof Sycamore street to the, place-"of beginning. And Itisorder.edthattheelectloiisln said precinct be held In house on Ottawa street on the southwest comer of lot 10, In D I). Dykeman'slst addition to West l.ogun. in said ward. Precinct Xo. 2-All thai territory embra-ed within the tallowing metes and bounds, to-wlt; Commencing at the northwest corner of Ottawa and Sycamore streets, thence, running south along tbe west llni" of Sycamore street to Chlppawa street thence west on the north line of Cnlppawa street to Plum street, thence south on the, west line of Plum street to usage.street,tneiici west on the north line of Usage and Wneatliind streets to the Chicago branch, ol'tlte Pittsburg, Chicago, Cincinnati &, oi. Louis Hallway, tlience south along the line of said railway to Hie Peoria branch of said railway, thence west lollowlng 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, tlience east along the line of tbe Wabash and Kri« canal bed to Holland street, tlience south along the west line of said Holland street to Bates street, thejice ea.-t on the south line Of Bates street to Plum street, tlience south on Plum street to Miami street, theiire e;ist along the south Hue of Miami stret to Vine street, thence noi th on the ea.st Hue of Vine street to Uttawa street, thence e;ist on south line of Otiawit street to place of beginning And it is ordered that the elections In said precinct be held In the buidllngon the sou hwest corner Of the school house yard in said ward. Precinct No.3—All that territory embraced within the following metes and bounds, to-wlt: Commencing at the southwest corner of Sycamore and C'hlp- pewa streets, theme running west on the south tine,o[Chlppewa street to Plum street, tlience south on tbe ea.st line, of Plum street to usage, then west on south line of Osage street to Wheatland street, thence west on south line.of Wheatland si reel tu the Chlc.Mgo branch of the Pltrsburg. Cincinnati. Chicago d: St. Louis Railway, thence' south along said railway to Market street, tbet:ce east ou the north 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 lu said precinct be held at tne, engine house In said ward PreclnctNo. 4- All that territory embraced witMa tlie fol owl gnieies and bounds, to-wlt: Commencing at the western! tbeofEel river bridge onjlarket street In said ward, thence west along the north bunk of Eel and Waba<h rivers, with the meanders thereof, tn the west limits of said ward, thence north to the. south line, of the Peoria brafcli of tlie P.. C..C. & St. L.Railway thence east along the Peoria branch of tbe. P. C. C. & St. Louis Railway to Market street, thence east on the south line ot Market street to the. piaceof beginning. And It Is ordered that the elections In said precict be held in Oil's cooper shop In said ward. , SECOND WABD. , Precinct No .1—All that territory embraced within the following metes and bounds, to-wlt: Commencing lit EH! river on Fourth street, thence running south on the west line of Fourth street to Eet River avenue, tlience southwest on the north line of Eel Elver avenue to Third street, thence north-on Third street to Eel river bridge, thence northwest on east llneof 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, Mobley 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 exist on the north Jlne of;said ward to Clifton avenue, tlience south along the west line of Clifton avenue to Hanna street, thence southwest along the north line ot Hanna street to Pontlac street thence south along the west line of t'ontia-. street to the north bank of Eel river, thence west on the north, bank of Eel river with the meanders thereof toa point opposite Fourth street to tbe place of beginning. Audit Is ordered that the elections In said precinct be held at what Is now known at Schaefer's cooper shop In said ward. Precinct No.2—All that territory embraced within the following metes mid bounds, to-wic Commencing at Eel river on Fourth street, thence running south on the east -ine of Fourth street to Broadway str-et, thence east on tne north line of Broadway street to Fifth street, thence sonth on east line of Fifth street to the Wabash and Erie c.uial bed, thence east along the north llneof salt! canal bed to Seventh street, thence, north on the west line of Seventh street to High street, thence west on the south line of High street to Sixth street, tbeiice north on the west line of Sixth street to Eel river, and thence west alone the south bank of Eel river with the meanders t'oreof to the pla e of beginning. And It Is ordered that the elections In said precinct be held at the North street engine house In said ward. Precinct No .3—All that territory embraced within the following metes and bounds, to-wlt: Commencing mi the south bank of Eel river at tbo iniersec- tion with Tuird street, thence running south to Eel t.iver avenue, tlien e northeast along the south llneof Eel River avenue to Fourth street, tlience southon the eiLStJine of Fourth street to Broadway street, thence east on the 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 HIver avenue, thence southwest on Eel HIver avenue to the Waba.sh river, and thence northwest along the south bank of Eel river, with the meanders tliereof, tothe piaceof beginning. And It Is ordered that the elections in said precinct be held at the township trustee's office in said ward. THIRD, WARD. PreclnctNo. 1—All that territory embraced with in the following metes and buunds, to-wit: Com- ii'e.ncingat thecorner of Del: Ulver avenue and Market si reet. thence running east.to Fifth street, thence southeast to Oak street.theni e south along the west line of Oak street to Canal street, thence west along the north line of Canal street to Fourth street, tlience southon the west line of Fourth street to the Wnbasb river, thence west along tne north bank of the Wabash river, with tbe meanders thereof, to Eel River avenue, and thence no th to the place of beginning. And it Is ordered that the elections In 'said precinct be held at tbe old brick school house in said warn. Predict No. '!.— All. that territory embraced within the following niete-s and bounds, to-wlt: Cnnimenc'ng at the corner of the Wa bash ajid Erie, canal bed and 0:ik street, thence running "eitstalonsthe-so'-th line, of the W-tiiash and Erie c,tn u bed to Twellth street, thence south along the west line ot Twelfth street to the Wabash river, thai' e west along the north bunk of tbe Wabash river with the meanders thereof, to Fourth street, thence north along the the east line of Fourth street tn Canal street, thence en t on Canal street to Oak streat, t.beii--e north on th" east line ot Oak >treet to tlie piaceof beginning. And It is ordered that theeleetlons In said precinct be held at Harrv Torr's olllce In said ward. Precinct No. 3.—The. third preclnot of said ward Is composed of all that part of said ward lying east of the east line of J. B. Shultz's third addl- ,tlon to Logansport and soutn of the Wabash river, including Blddle's island. And It Is ordered that tlie election In said precinct be held at Amans carriage trimming shop on Burlington avenue In said ward. TOtmTH WARD. , Precinct No. 1,—All the. territory embraced within tbe following metes and bo mds. to wit: Commencing at the corner of Sixth and High stree s, thence running north on Pontinc street to Hanua street, thence east on the south llneof Hanna street to Clifton avenue, thence north on the east llneof Clifton avenue tothe ward boundary line; then e east -(Jong the waid boundary Ilne'to east limits of said ward, thouce. southeast tkmgthe l.neof said ward '!••• Eel rlveri thence westalo g the ninth' Dank of Bel river, with' the meanders lhe:eof, to a-.po ut opposite .Tenth street, thence south crossing said river to Race street, thence, west along the north of Race street to Eighth stree thence south along the west line o£ Eighth street to High street, and thence west alone the north line or High street to the place of beginning And it Is ordered that the elections in said irk For^tmni!. U "' brlcKomce l)ulldl "S ^ the nvaiKi: fio. 2.—AH that territory embraced within the following meti-a and bounds, to-wlt Commencing at the corner of Seventh and Elgli streets, thence running east on the south line oi High .street to Eighth street, thence north on the east line of Eighth street to Race street tlience east on the south line or Race strest to Twelfth .street, thence south on the, west line of Twelfth street to Broadway street, thence west on the north line ol Broadway street to Seventh street ,-ind thence north OB the east line of seventh street to the place of beginning. And -t Ls ordered that the elections of said precinct be held at the southeast corner of the school house lot, being lot WTIpton's second addition to Logansport, in said Prec'nct No. a—All that territory embraced within the following metes and bounds, to-nit Commencing at the southwest corner of Twelfth and B o-ulway streets, thence, running south on the west line ol Twelfth street to ihe Wabdsli and trie canal bed, thence west along the the line of said canal bed to Seventh street, thence norta on east line ol Seventh street to Broadway strttet^nd thence ea.st on south line of Broadwav street to place ol beginning. And ills ordered'that ihe elections in said [ireciiict be held at Clem's luerv stable in said ward. PIKTB WAHI). Preclnst No. l.-All that territory embraced; within tbe following metes and bounds, to-Hit- Commericlng at Eel river on 'i well'th streoUheme running south to Market slreet, thence east on north line of Miu-kec street to Sixteenth streit. thence north on west line of Sixteenth street tu the south bank ol Eel river, and thence west ,iiong the south bank of Eel river, with meanders thereof, tothe place of bBglimliig. And disordered mat the ele, lions In said precinct be held In the iront-room over (irefii's grocery store, on Broadway street, In s;,ld ward. ' Precinct No. 2.-All that territory embracing with']] the. following mete.s and bounds, tO-wlf Commencing at I lie corner of Twellth and Market streets, thence running enst on ihe south line of Market street ro Slxleei th street, i hence sou h on the. west line oi sixteenth sti eel to Smead street thence west on the norlh line of Smead street to Iwemn street, and ih-nce norih on rase. u»eof rwellih street to the place, of beginning. And 0, is ordered ihat. ihe elections in said precinct be held at the Filteeiuh .street engine bouse in said ward. . Precinct >"o. :j.—Ali that territory <rnbr<iced within the following me.tes and bounds, to-wlt Commencing at eel river on Sixteenth streeiv thence running south on east line of aiMwmh street to Market si reel, thence cast on noi tb line of Market street to Eighteenth street, thence south on east line of Eighteenth street to Sued] street, thence east on north line of Sjjear street to the east limlt.s of the City, thence north along tbe eastern limits of the city to »] rlvi r, thence- west along south bank of Eel river to piaceof begln- nin . And It Is ordered that the elections In said precinct be bald In the office of the strtet air ouildltig In .said ward. Precinct No. 4—Ail that t rrltory embraced within the, following, metes and bounds, to-njt- Commencing at the corner of tbe Wahash.St. Loul^ and Padlic railway and Twelfth strcet.thenceeast alone .-aid railway to Seventeenth street, thence north on ihe Past line of Seventeenth street to thw Wabash and Erie canal hed thence west along said canal bed to Slxi> enth slreet, ihe.nce aorta oneastlineofSlxteentu street to Market.-,treet, tlience east, on south line of Market street to Elghthteenth street, thence south on west line of Eighteenth street to S)>ear street, thence east on south line of,--pear street to east limitsi ofcltv Uience south along tbe east limits ot said-city to Wabash river, thence west along the north bank ot the, Wabasb river, with meanders thereof, to Twelfth stre*t,.and thence north on e-tst Utte ol Twelfthstreet[tothe piaceof beginning. And it Is ordered that tlie elections in said precinct be held In the house now owned by Rudolph Berndt, No. 629 Seventeenth street, in said wnrd Precinct No.5—All that territory embraced within thefollowingiiietesaiidbounds, to-wit: Commencing at the corner of Twelfth aud Sine^d street-* thence running east on tlie south line of Smead street to Sixteenth street, thence south ou the west line of Sixteenth street to the Wabash aud Erie canal bed, iheuce east on the line of said canal bed , to Seventeenth street, thence south on we.sfliue-of Seventeenth street to AVabash Railway, thencewest along said railway.to Twelfth street, the.nce north on the e<-ist line of Twelfth street to the plai-e of be ginning. And It-is ordered that the elections liT ~" said precinct be hejdiftwhat is known as Tonn's shoe, shop In said ward. I he State of Indiana, the County of Cass, the Cltv of Logansport, ss: . I. John jvraggart, Clerk of the City of tosan- sport,Indiana-do hereby ce.rtlfv that the above is,i complete oopy of the; proceedings of tho' Common Council of the City of Logansport, Indiana, at n regular session held In the, council chamber of said city on Wednesday eveuiiig March IS, 1891, relative to the establishing of.votiiie precincts lor the various wardscomprisipgtheCily of Logansport, Indiana, as the same, appears of record-in my-omce' Witness my hand and the seal of the City of Lo~ gansport, this lllth day of Marcn.,.1891. [SK.U..J JOHN J.TAGQ ART, Clerk City of Xogansport, Indiana. Ladies $500 Reward. Dr. Anderson's English Female Regulating Pillsarfithewvfestandinostrelinljlc. (Jive them a trial and be convinced. At Drue store or by mail, postpaid per box $1.00, S boxes for $2.50 Itloka iTIfdicinc Co., Toledo, O. For sale In Logansport, Ind.biBen fisher, No 3U Fourth Street, Mention paper. Pianos Tuned, $150 For tie purpose, of Introducing my work to the musical people ol LogaDsport 1 uuve reduced mv price for tuning Pianos, $2.60 to $1.50. I also keep on hand a lull supp]> of repairing mortal, rlanos repollsned, restrang, new nammew, tone repalated, action rewalteu, tbe touch changed heavy or light. First-class work. S3 years experience. Orders by moll or left at Allen Elchard- son.s, 414 Fourth Street- Organs as above. lnarlt<13m W. I>. CAPKO1V. • A M H ^4THfc4feftlfe MAC: B DOR ^(StTHEGEHTLEMIII'SFItlEflD. ™*i{t Onr Malydor Perfection Syringe tree with «v«ry Bottle. Prevents Stricture. Cures Gono ftCd Gleet in 1 to 4 d*y»- -Ask your lor it. Bent to any Address for »1.OO. 44LYDOR MANUF6 CO., LANCASTER. a JOSEPH GILLOTT'S STEEL PENS. GOLD MEDAL; PWSIS EXPOSITION, 1889. THE MQST PERFECT OF PENS. Do Yoif Mest or Spciftate . '—IN . STOCKS, BONDS, G-RAr-f AND PRO-VISIONS? If so, tr',' >"itu a reliable firm who have hnd ten years es; 1 'n;e, and are members of the Cliicara Bonrd of ••!« and Stock Exchange. Who de biisiness su'i-:i'y on Commission. Refer to.lHinois Trust and Sa\ ^ngs BanK, Chicago. . C. A. WHYLAND & CO. * JO .Pacific AVG. - Clifoaj?o. Ilia, We send fro; of charge our Daily Market Report ind Circular on application, 'merest allowed on monthly balances. I CURE RUPTURE DR. HORNE'S ELECTRIC TRUSSES Have Cured 1O.OO" Ruptures in 15 Years. _ "I sufforod witn a tloiiWc rupture 5. yours. Y<wr Eleo- Wo Truss cured mo In 31A months. J". G. PHH.POT." Sept 24, '90. Cliattanooea, Tone, "Your El^ct-lc Truss cured my rnrtiiro after gnfferlng'. 15soars. HBS.A, EouqnTr." Ahsecon,H. J. Oct8,'9ft "lam curfld Ronnrt and well by wrarlnp your ElPctili Truss. It. HAKTBY:" Davis City, 'Jmva. AUE. 17, J '30. The only «wnBlins Elwrrto Truw n»4 Kelt ComM"*-" In the w»rM. ftO-paeo lljnurrntt'd -lio«V t*<-n t fr**.«M?nf OR. HORHE,INVENTOR. 180 WABASH AYE.; CHIC*

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