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How's Your Liver? Is the Oriental salutation, knowing that good health cannot exist without a : healthy Liver. When the Liver is torpid the Bowels are sluggish and constipated, the fopd Hea in the stomach undigested, poisoning the blood; frequent headacha ensues; a feeling of lassitude, despondency and nervousness indicate how •the "whole system is deranged. Simmons Liver Regulator has been the means of restoring more people to health and happiness by giving them a healthy liver than any agency known on earth. It acts with estraor- dinarypower and efficacy. NEVER BEEN DISAPPOINTED. Asageneral family remedy for DyspepBli. Torpid Liver, Constipation, etc.. I hardly ever use anything else, and have never boer, disappointed? in the effect produced • it seems to be almost a perfect cure for all diseases of the Stomach and Bowels. W. J. MCELKOY, Macon, Ga. Tor Old and Young. Tntt'« liver Pill* act •» kindly on th« child, the delicate female or infirm old »*c, a* upon Use vigorous man. Tun's Pills give tone to the weaR ntomach, bow«!•, kidneys and bladder. To these organs their strtinfrtlieninfr qualities are wonderful, cunning 1 them to per* Xorim their f uiictionH an in youth. Sold Everywhere. Office, 39 & 41 Park Place, N. T. Smip Hula fortune*hAVrbf*nm&clau work for us, bv-Aium THRO, Auttin, xH*, Bud Jno. llonn, Toledo, Ohio. B cut. Othrm nw dolnp «• well. "Why Dnut you? Sotn« <-Wn over Jf&UO,00 a iiioiiih. You cnn do the work and Hv« nt home, wherever you are. Eveb bo- clnnorsnro cnillv enmliiK from *5 in #1 0 a tiny. All ape*. We nhow you how «nd nrjiri von, Con work In «pBro time or all th*> ilme. Hip money for workers. FHlliH-e unknown unions tb<*nt. NKW ami Wonderful. 1'nrtlculiirnn-ee. H,lliill«tt.t- Cn.,lSc»c HH4>l*orlliiiid,Maine JCODO.OO ay»r I* belncmndo by John R, Goodwin ,*Toy,N.Y.,iit work for u*. Render, you nmy tvvi make aB .nUch, but Wfl can teach you quickly how to earn from $5 lo $10 a duy at the sum, and morn aiypit £0 n. Both n*lc», all agen. In any-pint of mrricn. you fan ecmmenco nt home, glv- ip nit your ttmo,or »(iarc moment* Only to 10 work. All J« *ew. Great j.«y SUItK for f very worker, "VVo atari yeu, furnishing evcrythlnp. •EASILY, SPEEDILY learacif. rACTieULAltS FKEE. Addreu at once, Hl'LfSON * i'O., H)RTLA.\D, )U1.\K. FINE PAPER HANGINGS FRESCOING CHIlitCHES ..it RESIDENCES, SC. We invite visitors 10 call and inspect, Correspondence solicited. W. P. KELSON & GO,, 193 WABASH AVE., CHICAGO, ILL FATHER IS GETTING WELL He had such an awful cough. Doctor said he Had consumption And could not live loner. He took Dr. White's Pulmonarla and Began to get better at once. He Is now .Getting fleshy and strong, And will soon be . Himself again. Such testimony as this Is nothing new for this medicine. It Is performing wonderful cures every day. It Is entirely harmless and pleasant to take, and Its action Is simply wonderful In curing a cough. Three sizes, 25 cts., 5O cts. and $1, and larger bottles for the price than any other, and every bottle warranted. oold by B. F. Keesliug and D.E Pryor. GET WELL-STAY WELL It con lie done, it you,MA>, young or old; have iny.WgakDess, Malformation, Debility. Our Ex- clusivc Meffiods & Monopoly of Success explMaed In ., Itutfalo. SI, Y., and be THE VALUE OF FORESTS. They Are of Great Hygienic Worth to tha Js'atlon, The work of forestry associations in the United States is at last beginning-to receive some of the recognition to which its importance entitles it; and in New York state especially, where the denudation of forest lands has teen so great, there is a prospect that legislar tion will soon check the present reckless waste and destruction. Greater attention has, however, been paid to the care and preservation of woodland in Europe than jn this country, and in both Germanj' and Austria fbe care and management of such work forms a distinct governmental function. International congresses have been held at which land and forest have been discussed in their economic bearings, and the most eminent scientists have taken part in their deliberations. At a recent congress of this character, held in Vienna, Prof. Ebermayer, of Munich, read a paper on the "Hygienic Worth of Woods," in which he expressed some thoughtful ideas and presented facts well worthy of the consideration of municipalities and legislatures. It has generally been held that the atmosphere of the forest has proportionally more oxygen and less carbon than that of the treeless plain, but Prof. Ebermayer asserts that long and patient research has failed to confirm tlie truth of this theory. Yet, while the presence of trees may not effect any chemical improve ment in the air, it has a most beneficial result on the soil. To plant' trees, therefore, along- the thoroughfares of great cities will not only prevent the evolution of noxious gases, but also minimize bacterial development. It has "been observed that while the air in the center of Paris contains on an average 3,9:0 bacteria to the cubic yard, the air in the parks of that city contain only 425 in the same space. Besides this, trees intercept and detain in their foliage the grosser particles, as of soot and street dust, which are apt to load the air. They shade'the soil and make and keep it cool, while at the same time they afford a grateful shelter from the heat of summer and soothe the eye and the brain of the weary toiler. All these conditions exist also in forest regions that are far removed from towns and cities. Their atmosphere, which is rich in ozone, has a neutralizing power over septic gases and a sedative and yet greatly exhilarating virtue on jaded and enfeebled systems, "Who has not experienced," says Prof. Ebermayer, "a tranquilizing and yet exalting impression in the dome-shaped forest canopy, with its stem-like pillars, its glades stretching down in the fonn of cathedral isles, its hundred-fold gradations of green necked with light and shadow, its solemn quietude like that of some religious sanctuary? Who has not felt his spirits soothed, his emotions tempered, his sentiments ennobled, in such an atmosphere and in such a scene?" And. it might be added, the world is indebted for much of its grandest literature more to the solemn quiet and the restful influence of the forest than to the glorv of the snow-crowned mountains or the mysterious rhythm of the sounding- sea. The sublime vision of Dante had its inception -i in a gloomy wood." Milion's imaginative poem of "Coinus" was inspired by communion with the "green robed senators of mighty woods:" Shakespeare's most idyllic play is musical with the rustle of falling leaves in the forest of Arden; Byron went to "Ravenna's immemorial wood" for his richest stanzas; Tennyson's "Dream of Fair Women" was dreamed where "growths of jasmine turned their humid arms festooning tree to tree," and the poetry of the old Hebrew prophets finds its grandest imagery in the cedars of Lebanon. Whether regarded, therefore, from an esthetic or from an economic standpoint the value of forests can not be overestimated. They purify the soil, act as barriers against floods and as sanitariums which soothe physical disturbance and nervous frictic-n; and every factor that contributes to their preservation has its use in our social econo'my. There was a world of w*sdom in Sir Walter Scott's, advice: "When ye are doing naething else, aye be stickin' in a. tree; it will-grow when ye are sleepin'." —Philadelphia Record. TWO CLEVER TRICKS. Bow to Tell Any Number Thought from One to Twelve. Did you ever try to call off the numerals on the face of your watch without looking at it? If not you will be surprised to learn how difficult it is to do it correctly. The other night a gentleman, under the inspiration of a modest wager made by a friend, attempted the feat. This, says the New York Herald, was the re- iult of his efforts:— "First," he said, "there is L, one; two II., two; .three III., three; IV,, four; V., five; VI., six; VII., seven; VIII., eight; IX., nine; X., ten; XL, eleven, and XII., twelve. There, what's the matter with .that?" "Xothing," was the rejoinder, "except that you are not only wrong, but very far from being right. Look at your watch and satisfy yourself." Out came the timepiece and this is the way it looked: "Well, I declare!" he exclaimed, "that is a revelation to me. Why, I thought there were only Roman numerals to in dicate the hours, and the fact that there were second hands on the face never entered my head,. that little dial, of course, wiping out the VI., which '. thought was there. Yes, I lost the money squarely." One of the most simple yet puzzling tricks which may be illustrated by the same figures is called "The Charmed Circle." It is sometimes known as "The Mind Reader." All the paraphernalia required is a sheet of paper and a 'pencil. On the paper make a circle of figures as in above dial. The trick is to tell any number in the circle thought of by another person. This is how it is done: After a number has been selected by your friend, ask him t5*add one to it when you strike the paper. Then you continue striking and he the counting until twenty is reached. Then you will be on the number he has ohosen. Care must be taken, however, in hitting the figures to be sure that on the eighth stroke you touch twelve, and then move around the circle to the left, touching each number in regular order. It is an unfailing source of mystifying amusement. It can be made more confusing by distributing the frrst seven strokes around the circle promiscuously, but do not fail to touch twelve on the eighth and proceed as directed. COMES A5 ,NEAR BEING AS IT •IS POSSIBLE TO MAKE IT NOTICE.* To the Void's of the City of iyO^uiiN- )>ort, Iiidlatiu, Of tin'. Chanji'e In the BoiniduriCK of (he Voting Precinct* of Said City, Made by the Conuttoti 'I'lifir Kc££itJar SewHiuii 18, 1891. <.'O(iii<-il at , .TIarrh thereof, to a point opposite Tenth street, th«ne«- nouth crossing said river to Knee street, west along the north of Eace street to street, thence south along the west line of ElShtfc, street to High street, and^bence w est along tn« north line of High street to theplac»of begianlDjt And it Bordered that the elections In snTd pro The voiei's of ilie City of Log!lli«|iorl. Cn.ss Conn- ty. IndlitiiiL will lipri'by lake; notice tliat tlie follow- urdcr was iniide by Hie Common Council of the CltyorLogansiJGrt, CiLsKCuumy, Indiana, at tlii-Ir «-RUl:.r si-.ssioi), VVfdiit-sday cvcnIiiK. Jlnrcli 18. LSfil. . Election prwlncts us rortni-d In the City of Lo- K!ii:M>ort, Indiana: Iniiccorduncfnllliiiii act of the Legislature of theStitlHOf I iidlann. approved il;irch (5.' IKS), It is crdf reel by the Common Council ol' the City of Loi iiiisputt. CiiKsCouniy Indiana; ;ind they do now ii and adopt t'ne following voting precincts, In Si'VeRil wards of the City of Lwaiisgion, Ind. lo wl TRICKS FOR HOME USE. and Card and Coin, Coin and Goblet, Coins with Water. Balance a card on the tip of your forefinger,' and on top of it place a nickel, says the Boston Globe. Hit the edge of the card a sharp horizontal blow with some object like a pencil, or snap it with your finger, if you can do it directly forward without tending to drive the card up or down, and the card will fly away, leaving the coin balanced on your finger. Then try the coin an^ goblet trick. Support a common drinking glass upside down, on two silver dollars on a ARABIAN . M Of lie BEST IEDIGINES mt — FOR- — PAIN AND INFLAMMATION, both Externally and Internally. It is safe and certain in its action . ForEurns, Poisoning, Erysipelas, Inflammation of the Eyes or Bowels, Earache, Deafness, Rheumatism, Pains in Side, Back, or Shoulders, Piles, Sore Throat, Croup, or Bronchitis. Price 25 cts. and Si. at all druggists. E. MORGAN & SONS, Proprietors, PROVIDENCE. K. 1. TBiDE SUPPLIED by ROSS GORDON, LaF*.yctte, Ind. For sale by B. F AJI Earthquake's Oneer Work. This cut gives an idea of the cracks • that were made by an earthquake in the extra heavy plate glass window of Inspector Seybolt's room in the San Francisco custom house a few days ago. Brief mention was made of this remarkable CBACKS MADK BY Atf fracture at the EARTHQUAKE. Vim e. The breaks run in four straight lines, each line as straight as an arrow. In the center is a square, and touching it are six half squares, as shown in the cut. AMONG DEALERS THLSE GOODS ARE ON THE MARKET IN ONLY ONE SHAPE, 3x12 FULL 16 OZ. PLUG-THE MOST CONVENIENT TQ CUT i,M POCKLT PIECES OR CARRY WHOLE. JBC.FIHZERfiBHOS.'.'LonisvHleJy. Attractive and Promising Investments to CHICAGO REAL ESTATE TURNER & BOND, 1O2 Washington St., Chicago, III. Established 1875. Reference litNatl. Bank, CMcnso. We also Collect Kenti, Pay Tnxei, A'eeotl- ntc Flmt AtorticiiEe I-oniia, atnocostto lender, and IHunaire Entntcn for non-residents. Correspondence solicited und jriven prompt attention. MttpK and rulltnionnutlon sent on application. We offer for sale a. number of acre tracts In and other safe Real JSstiite Investments; A number of desirable first ruortgupe loams for sale, drawing 6 per cent seail-anoua! interest. Among Special Bargains in Acres we Quote: 4 acres at Washington Heights, Sl,750 per acre. lOacresatHlnsdale.SSOOperacre. 40 acres near South Chicago, $2,000 per acre. Inside Income-Producing Business Properties. Modern office building In heart of the dty. Price Choice leasehold in growing retail district. Price. 175,000. ' Other Investments from 510,000 to $50,000 paying ;ood rates of Interest. Also 1 ots in all parts of the city on easy payments. .fihtcaQo was never growing faster than now. ,Jw34- investments wulproducchandsome returns. —"You may 'say what you please," observed Mr. Oldboy, to a friend; "but the boys nowadays don't have the fun their fathers did forty years ago. Do you remember the time we tied four dogs together, and attached articles of tinware to their tails? It was more fun tha.ti a circus to see them go howling down the street and——" Enter Oldboy's eight-year-old son, weeping: "What's the matter, Willie?" "Why, ma whipped me for tying a paper bag over the cat's head and making,her spit and claw like anything." "Well, you deserved it, and I hope it will teach you to be more kind to dumb animals hereafter." -•'.-• —Beggar—"I ask only for a little help." "I am not giving 1 any aim s th is year." "The dickens! Who is to pay my rent, then? 1 '—Fliegeade Blatter. table covered with cloth. Place a haU dollar within and ask the company to remove it without touching or"disturbing the goblet. This may'be done by scratching the cloth near the glass. A deceptive experiment is to put coins in water. Fill a drinking glass to the brim -with, water, an^ then ask the company how many coins can be dropped in without spilling-it over. The giiesses will all be too small, .for a surprising number can be put in if it be done carefully. A little practice with any. of these tricks and the young beginner will soon become expert. The Soap that Cleans Most is Lenox. Clieap Land's and Homes iu. Kentucky, Tennesee, ALABAMA, Mississippi and Louisiana. On the line ol the Queen &.Crescent Rouie cai be found a.OW.OWi acres of splendid bottom, up hind, timber and stock lands. Also the linesi trult and mineral Ia.ni Is on the continent tor salt on favorable terms. FARMERS! with all tliyKettlng get a home U the sunny South, where blizzards and Ice clac plains are unknown. The Queen & Crescent Route Is 94 Miles the Shortest and Quickest Line Cincinaii to New Orleans Time 27 Hours. Entire Trains, Baggage Car, Day Coaelies aj Sleepers run through without -change. HOMllas tli'e Shortest. « Hours th« QulcKesi CiDCinaati to Jacksonville, Fla. Time 27 Hours. The only line running Solid Trains and Tbronjr 1 Sleeping Cars. ONLY LINE FROM CINCINNATI TO Chattanoga. Tenn., Fort Payne, Ala., Meridian. Miss., Vlckburg, Miss., ShtCTOport, La. SI Miles the Shortest Cincinnati- to Lexington, Kj 5 Hours Quickest Cincinnati to Knoxvllle, Tenn. 116 Miles the Shortest Cincinnati to Atlanta and Augusta,' Go. n j MUes the Shortest Cincinnati to Annlston Ala 28 Miles the Shortest Cincinnati to .Birmingham Ala. 15 Miles Shortest Cincinnati to Mobile,, Ala. Direct connections at New Orleans and Shrevepor For Texas, Mexico, California Trains leave Central Union Depot, CInclnnat. crossing the Famous High Bridge or Kentnck- md. rounding tie base of Lookout Momitii.li Pullman Boudoir Sleepers on all Through Train Over Onf Million Acres of Land in Albanm, tli- future fireat Suite of the Sonth subject to . Unsurnasspd ollmate. For Correct County Maps, Lowest Rate!' and full partlcnlars addres, D. ft. -EDWARDS. Ken senger & Ticket Agent. Queen '4 Crescent Boute, Cincinnati. (. WAHI). i'recInctNo. 1— All that territory embraced within the, followlng,raei.e.s and bounds, to-wit: Connnenc- IngattheuortHestcornerof Sycamore and Ott;t- wa streets, tbeiicerunnlng west along the. north lineof Ottawa streettoVliie street, thence south along the west line, of Vine street to Miami street, thence west on the north line of Miami street to Plurn street, thence north along the east line of Plum street to Bates street, thence west jilong the north line of Bates street to Holland street, thence north on the east line of Holland streetto the north boundary 1 line of said First ward, and thence east along the north line of said ward to Sycamore street, and thence south a long the west line of Sycamore street to thff ulacK of beginning. And It Is ordered that the, elections In said precinct be held in lioose-on Ottawa street on the southwest corner of lot 10, InD D. Dykeman's 1st addition to West Logan, In said ward. Precinct No. 2— All thai territory embraced within the following metes and bounds, to-wit; Commencing at the northwest corner of Ottawa and Sycamore streets, thence running south along the west line of Sycamore, street to Cnlppawa street, thence west on the north line of Chlupawa street to Plum street, them* south on the. west line of Plum street to Usage street; thence west on the north line of Osage and Wheatland streets to the Chicago branch of the Pittsburg, Chicago, Cincinnati & st. Louis Hallway, thence south along the. line of said railway to the Peorla 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 canal, thence east along the, line of tlie-Wabash and Erie camil bed to Holland street, thence south along the west line of said Holland street to Bates street, thence east on the soutli line of Bates street, to Plum street, thence south on Plum street to Miami street, vhence east alongthe south line of Miami stre; to Vitiestreet. thence, north on thee;ist line of Vine street to Ottawa street, thence east on south line otOtiawa street to place of beginning. A'ld It Is ordered that the elections In said precinct oelieldm tliebuldllngon the sou hwest corner of the school home yard In said ward Precinct No.8— Al i that territory embraced within the following metes and bounds, to-wit: Commencing at the southwest corner of Sycamore and Chlu- pewa streets, thence running we>t on the south llneofChlppewa street to Plum street, thence south on the e;ist line of Plum street to Osage, then west on .south line of Osage .street to Wheatland street, thence west on south line of Wheatland si reet to the Chicago branch of the Pitisburg, Cln- cl nnati. Chicago & St. Louis Railway, thence south along said railway to Market street, thence east on 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 in said precinct . be held at the engine house In said ward. PreclnciNo. 4— All that territory embraced wlt h in the fol owirgmete.s and bounds, to-wit: Commencing at the westend the oCEe.1 river bridge oriMurket street In said ward, thence . west- along the north bank of »1 'md Wa.ba<b rivers, with the meanders thereof, to the west limits -of •'said-ward, thence north to the south line of the Peorlabraneh of the P., C..C. <t St. L, Railway thence east along the Peoriii branch of theP.C.C. & St. Louis Hallway to Market street, thence east oru . the south line of Market street to the place of beginning. And it Is ordered that the elections In : sild preciet be.held in Dili's cooper shop In said ward. . SF.CQND -.1YAHD. .-., Precinct No .1— All that territory 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 River avenue, thence south west on the north line of Eel River avenue to Third street, thence north on Third street to Eel 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. 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 east on the north line of said ward to Clifton avenue, thence south alongthe west line of Clifton 'avenue to Hanna street, thence southwest along the north line o: Hanna street to Pontiac street thence south alongthewestllne.of Fondas street to the north bank of Eel river, thence west on the north ba.uk 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 in said precinct be held at what is now known at Schaefer's cooper shop in ».ld ward.' Precinct No 2— All that territory embraced witbiu the following metes and bounds, to-wlt: Commencing at Eel river on Fourth street, thence running south on the east line of Fourth street to Broadway street, thence east on the north line of Broadway street to Fifth street, thence sonth on east line of Fifth street to the Wabasb and Erie canal tied, thence east along the north lino of said 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, thence north on the west line of Sixth street to Eel liver, and thence west alone the south bank of Eel river with the meanders thereof 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 on the south bank of Eel river at the iniersec- i Ion with Third street, thence running south to Eel Elver avenue, them e northeast along the south line of Eel Elver avenue to Fourth street, thence sonth on the east line of Fourth street to Broadway street, thence east on the soutli line of Broadway street to Fifth street, thence south on the west line of Fifth street to Market street, thence west on the north line- of Market street to Eel Klver avenue, thence southwest on Eel River avenue, to the Wabiush river, and thence northwest along the south bank of Eel river,- with the meanders thereof, to the place'ofteglnnlng. And it, is ordered that the elections in said precinct be held at the township trustee's office In said ward. • ' THIRD WAltB. • Precinct No. 1— Ail-that territory, embraced wltii In the following metes'and 'bounds;' to-wlt: Commencing at : the corner" ot Eel' Klver avenue and Market street, thence running east tojifth^treet, tlience southeast to Oak street. thence south along the west line of Oak street to Canalistreet.-thence west along the north, line ot Canal street to Fourth street, tlience south on" the west' line of Fourth street to the Wabush river, thence west alons the north -bank of the Wa^ash river, with the meanders thereof,, to Eel. Elver .avenue, and thence noi th to the place of beginning. And it: is ordered thatch' elections In said precinct be held at the old brick school house In said ward. Precinct No. i— All -that territory embraced wlthln^the .following metes and bounds, to-wlt: Commencing-, at. the corner of the Wabash and Erie canal bed and Oak street, thence running enst alont the south line of the Wabash and Erie canal bed to TweJIth street, thence south along the west line of Twelfth street to the Wabash river, thence west along the north bank of the Wabiish river with the meanders thereof, to Fourth street, thence north along the the east line of Fourth street to Canal street, thence ea»t on Canal streetto Oak street, thenre north on the east line ot Oak. street to the niace of beginning. And it Is ordered that tbeelectlons In said precinct be held atHorrv Terr's office In said ward. Precinct No. 3.— The third precinct of said ward Is composed of all that part of said ward lying east of the east line of J. B. Shultz's third addition to Logansport and south of the Wabash river, including Blddle's Island. And It Is ordered that the election In said precinct be held atAmans i'arrlnge trimming shop on Burlington avenue. In said ward. . ' -. FOURTH WARD. Precinct No. 1.— All the territory embraced within the following metes a.nd bo.mds. tn-wlt: Commencing at the corner of Sixth and Hieh streets, thence running mirth on Pontlnc s'reet to Hanna street, thence east on the south, line o£ Hanna I'reclm-t No. 2.— All that terrl'ori embraced within the lollowing metes and bounds to-wlt Commencing at the corner of bc\enth ,md Hteb streets, thence running ejist on the south Hiwlrf, High street to Eighth street., thente north on the east line of Eighth street to Rat* street thence east on the south line ot Race street to Twelfth." street, thence south on the west line of Twelfth street to Broadway street, theme west ou. the north line of Broadway streetto be\ en th .street a.nd thence north on the east line of seventh'- street to the place of beginning. ATid t Is ordered. t hat the elections of said precinct be held at the. southeast corner of the school house lot being lot 09. Hilton's second addition to Log-msbort ir, 'uiu ward. Prec'nct No. 3.— All tliut terr Ion embraced! within the lollowlng metes and bounds to-wlc- Commencing at tlie southwest cormi <il Twelfth and B ojdway streets, thence, mi ning south ou the west line of Twelfth street to tin \\ itrish un<J Krle canal bed. thence west along the 'he lit e nf said canal tied to Seventh street, theme norti oi> east line, of Seventh street to Brojdwai street, jnd thence east on soutli line of Bro ulttij street to. place of beginning. And it Is ordered thjt Ilia. elections in said |ireclnci be held it Lit m s I^PIT siable in said ward. WAHD. Precinct No. 1.-A11 that lerrUory embracea within tlie following nietp.s and bounds, to-wlt- Commencing at Eel river on i welfc) stTeH.tbence- running sontJi to Market sireet tnence ejst Orv nortll'lDieof Market street to blxuenth street, thr.ueenorthon west line of Sixiefiitu steetto the .south bank or Eel river, and thence «e tdlone- the south bunk of Eel river, wiili me<inut n thereof. to the place ol' beginning. And It Is ordered that tlie editions In said precinct be held In tn«v front i-oom oviThrepii's grocery stor * on Bro id- way street. In »,Id ward, Precinct No. 2.—All that twrittuy erol racinc within the following metes and bounds to wit Commencing at !ue. corner of Twelilh and liaiket , streets, thence rur.nlng east on the south line of Market street to Sixteenth street, thence. ;outh oa the west line ol' Sixteenth street to Snieao nn-eet, thence west on the north line, of bnjead sireet' to Twelfth street, and til nice north on ea,st- line or* Twell'ih street to the place of beginning And it is ordered 11mt thr elections in Mid precinct-be held at the Fiiteemh stieelengine house insaid' ward. Pruclnct >"o. 0.—All that territory embraced. within the following metes and bounds, to wit Commencing at fel river on Sixteenth street. - thencn running sontli on east line o£ blxteenth street to Mariiet sireet, thfnce east on north Une of Market street to Eighteenth siriet, thenctv south oireiuit line of Eighteenth street to bpe<tr street, thence east on north line of Spejr street to. the east limits of the city, thence, north alone th» eastern limits of the city toEtlrht-r thence wes! along south bank of Ee) river to place Of beetu- nlna And It Is ordered that the elections in ^aldi predict beheld li, the office of the street c.- . unildinglnsaJd ward. , Prtclnct. So.' 4—AD ' .that terrltorj embraced within the. following metes and bounds, to-wit: Commenting at the corner of the W.ibashjSt Loulh. , and Pacillc rallwiiy and Twelfth street thence east along said railway to Seventeenth street, thence/ north on the ca« line of Seventeenth street to the Wubaslj and Krle. canal bed, thence west alonc ; said ciiniil bed to Sixteenth street thence"north on east line of Sixteentb streetto Market street' .thence; cast on south line of" Hornet -streetto Eiglitliteentli street, thence soutli on west line ot Eighteenth street to Spear street, thence east urn south line of t-pear street to east limits of city thence south along the east limits of said city to Wabasb river, thence west along the north bank of. the "Wabasb river, with meanders thereof, to Twelfth street, and thence north on ejil line ot Twelfth streetito the place of beginning And it l.s ordered that 0>e elections In .said preciuct.be held In.the house now owned bv Rudolph Be.rndt. No. C29 Seventeenth street, In.sa'ld w ird PrednctNo.5—All that terrltorXerobracedwithin, thefollowlrjgniete.sandbounds, to-wit Commenc- /f'„ Ing at the corner of. Twelfth and Smead streeto ^ thencerunninge;i.ston-the south-line of Smead ' street to Sixteenth street, thence south on tbe wests line of Sixteenth streetto the Walush and Eile- canal bed, thence e:i.st on the lln'e'of saldtcinal bedV, to Seventeenth street, tbence south on west Une o£ ! Seventeenth street to Wabasb. Eallwav thence West along s;iM railway to Twelfth street thence norttii' on the east line of Twelfth street to the pla « ofe-bo-w glmilng. And It Is ordered that the elections in.. saidprecinctbe.hehJatwhatis known as Topp^i shoe shop In said ward. i he Stale of Indiana, the County of Cass, the City ot Logansport, £.$:..: . I, jonn a.i assart, Clerk of the Citv of Logan ° sport. Indiana, do hereby certify th it the above is a complete copy of the proceedings of the Commou Council of the City OJC IiOganspprt, Indiana, at ^ regular session held In-the council Chamber of,&il(l 45 citj-on Wednesday.eveuing March-18, l«91, relatiie- > to the esbibllshing of-voting precincts for thK various wards comprising the City of LogaDsport, In- ' diana, ;LS the same appears or record m mi uiuce: Witness my hand and thesealof theCity ot Lo gaiisport. tills 19th'day ofMareh. 1891 LSE.U..] JOHNJ •" Cierk Cit)' of Logiinsp Ladies $500 Reward. • Dr. • Anderson's English Female^, ReguIaHn^ Pills are the Ktifcst and most reliable dhe (hem j a trial and be convinced. At Drug Store or by " mall, post-paid per box. $1.00, S boxes lor.t2.EO. .Itoka 3HrdIcfiie|Co., ToJedo, O: For sale lu Logansport, ind.hyBen Fisher, No 31'i' I'ourth Street, Mention paper. febl9di«3iii Oar Mftlydor Perfection Syringe tree with Bottle.. Prevents Stricture. Cures GOBO kod eieet in 1 to 4 day*. Ask your lOr It, Sent to aaj Address for fl.oo. •*UYDOR MANUF'G CO.. LANCASTER.0. JOSEPH GILLOTT'S STEEL PENS. GOLD MEDAL, PARIS EXPOSITION, 1839. THE MOST PERFECT OF PENS. Do- Yoil Inirest or Speculate IN BONDS, PROVISIONS "? If so, er-(ov witn a reliablc'firm'who ha^ o had te« J yeare esp^yience, and are;memberSiOf the CMC! liotrd of Tiaide and Stock Exchmgo. Who business strictjy on Commission. '..Refer to lllinoi* Trust and Sayings Ban"K,,Chicago/ C. A. WHYLAND A, CO. * IO JPaeiffcA'TO.--'---••••-'-'"Cfitoagow Tils. Wo send f re; of charge our Daily Market Report nr;d Circular on'npplic.ition.-, , : ;. interest:'allowed on montlily balances. Notice of Appointment of Trustee. Notice is hereby given that I have been duly ; a... pointed Trustee.ol Hugh M. Laudry, raercbant.of,S the.'iown of/ClTOiers In Cass.County, Indlatia; f^:* the benefit'of his creditors. All-person*' hftvt claims iire requested to file them for aUawanoe ac-if cording to law, .« •-•-.' GEO. W, FUNK, Assignee:.-. mar20dStltaw3tw • ; , I CURE RVPTUHXi street to Clifton awime. thence north on the east line of Clifton avenue to the ward boundary line, iheit'-e east -(long the ward boundary line to east Unilts.cf suld .'ward, rtifnce southeast «,lonprthc: line ol! said ward ti» Eel river, thence west along the north bank of Eel river, with the meanders DR. KORNE'S ELECTRIC TRUSSES Have Cured lO.OOf) Ruptures in IS^eu •Isufferetl-wlth'ailouWe rupture 5 ye.irs. ' Yonri trie Truss cured me in 31™ months. J.S. Sopt. 24, '90. * . .Cliatta: Tour c Truss cured my rnptnrp after wiffeirln 15 years, lias. A.:'DoueHaT.H,Absecwi, N. J,. Oct-8,-* •1am cnr»d sound-luidwcILby wearing your,351<v Tru-is X HUITEY " Davis Clrv, lava Anc. 11, ' The only jrrmitTiu ElfWrle TniKtt ntxl Ifolr Combing IntH* 1 world. ftO-pnecllIiiKtrRtwl lr<«ilcAfntfrif'.peuf DR. HQRNE, INVENTOR, ISO WABASH AVH , CHIC* . ,.i. > ^i.-.

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