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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 food liea in the stomach undi- f ested, poisoning the lood; frequent headache 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 extraor- dinarypower and efficacy. NEVER BEEN DISAPPOINTED. HIS PROFESSION. My boy and I roda In the train One morning bright and clear. "When I'm a grown-up marr," said h«. "I'll be an engineer." But soon the dust flow in his eyes And heavy grew his heud, "I wouldn't be an engineer For all the world," he said. My boy was at a seaport town And saw the rolling seii. "Mamma," he said, onu evening, "A sailor I shall be. 1 " We tooli him to a yacht race- He had to go to bed! "I wouldn't bo a sailor, now. For all the world!" he said. We read him stivrincr stories Of soldiers and their fame. "I'll go and light." cried Freddio, "And put them all to shamo I" We told him of a soldier's life; He shook his little head. "I wouldn't be a soldier, now, For all the world!" he said. And thus to each profession He flrst suid "yes," then "no." "To maite a choice-is hard," he said, "At least, / find it so." "But what, then, will you be!" 1 asked, "When you are grown-up, Fred?" "I really think I'll only be A gentleman," he said. —Dr. Malcolm McLeod, in St. Nicholas. A BAG OF DIAMONDS. The Tragedy That "Was Enacted in the Old. Miser's Bedroom. use anything else, and have never beet, dteappointetf in the effect produced : it seems to be almost a perfect cure for alf diseases; of the Stomach and Bowels W. J. McELKOY, Macon. G». _ For Old and Young. Ttttt»« Liver Pills act as hfndly on tba child, the delicate female or infirm »ld aye, us upon tlie vigorous man. live tone to the weak stomach, bov* «'». kidneys »n«l bladder. To these o«*»ns their strengthening- qualities »r« wouidcrftil, cusisinj; tiic'iii to perform their functions as in youth. Sold Everywhere. Office, 39 & 41 Park Place, N. Y. little fortunrn linrc bf on mode at w or k for u», by Anna J'IIRC, Au«ln, xa*, and Jno. Bonn, Toledo, Ohio, r cut. Othar* An doing UK well. Why 't you? Some n«rn over *500.00 a ontli. You ran do the work and Uv« homa, vrhcrcvcr vou arc. Even bo- nnem arc en«l]y earnlnc from *5 to «adar.AlUB*6.-\\Viihowyouhoir and »tn« yo\i. Can work in »ti«re time or all ilip time. BIp money for work<"• Kalluc* unknown nnionp th«-m. JCOftO.OO a rwir to beinp made bj John R. Good win,Vrt>y,N.Y.,nt work for ua. Kcader, >'ou mny n*l make &• ..nucli, uut wo can tench you quickly how to cum from $& to if 10 u duy at tho »titrt, And more nil you go on. Iluth self J, nil HRPH. In sav part of [America, you can caminvnce RI hom«, $v' iff bti vuur limo,or »i«r« nuancnU onlvto ic work. All I»»iBW. GrtAt pay SUUt'for cvciy worker. We «art y«u, furnlihlng: Bventbtne. ElASILV, SPEEDILY Jtnrntd. I'AKTICULAKS FJtKE. Addrcuatoncc , JLilNf. PAPER HANGINGS 'FRESCDiaS CBilSGDES ..|E RESIDE3CES, SC: We invite visitors M i-ail and inspect. Correspondence solicited. W P i I i GO, 193 WABASH AYE., CHICAGO, ILL, FATHER IS GETTING WELL He had such an awful cough. Doctor said he Had consumption And could not live long. 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 la 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. Keosliiig- and U.I, Pryor. DON'T GIVE UP! Sry I you can Get Well Permmently. Do A'othtnff, and you'll Die or lie Demented! we Radically CnreAU W«*kneu«*andI>iieiu>raoriHenI Ejcclmlv« mtaoiU In J/omc Treatment. d.«crlb«d In 1—..-^ .._.,., •JTTm raailed free for a short I OUR NEW BOOK I^M^PICA;. Ourintiid TcittmonUli. Everything confldenUtl. CiVE UP DON'TS! Many times he had thought of it, and finally had screwed his courage to the sticking point After all, what good to the old man was that bag- of gems? What good except to count over, mark their twinkling 1 facets, gloat over their value, and laugh at those who might covet them. Palsied fingers would shake as the strings of the chamois-skin treasury were rapturously untied, and a moment's life and energy flash into pinched cheek and faded eye, as every evening- the revelation of untold wealth woke in a withered heart its only surviving passion. But what good to the world or to the man was that brief minute of ecstasy? Was it not paid for a hundredfold by nights of fear and forbodings of robbery that made life a perpetual horror? How often had Paul heard his uncle wake from his noontide nap with a dreaming cry: "My diamonds, my diamonds! Is that you, Paul? I thought it was a robber." His thoughts were to come true tonight. ' Paul tried to persuade himself that the treasure he had set his heart on belonged to him as much as if they had been lying in a mine, the prize of the first finder. Then came another thought. His own poverty and his great love. His uncle's ward was as poor as himself—poor, proud and beautiful Such flowers only grow in hard and solitary places, in the nipping air, and uncrowded even by the imobtrusiveness of love. Straight, slender and full-hued as a rose, with a big soul beaming in her face and eyes, with 'meek, silent ways, and bearing unflinchingly the blows of an old man's brutal tongue, this girl had presented to the poet's mind the image of power, of profound passion, of untiring- constancy, such as had enchanted him and transformed his life. She had been first to shy him, then wistfully tender as she pitied him. It was in the arbor at the foot of the garden where he was seated now, behind the hedge of clipped yew, that she nestled close in his arms, and they had known the first moment of happiness in their deserted lives. "We must be patient, Paul." Patient did she say? They had been SO long enough. His plans were ripe now, and he was watching the light in VEGETABLE is mtssw m ' COUGHS AND COLDS. 35o. and SI. at all drnggigu; 1'lORGAH a SOSS, - - Proctors, PROVIDENCE. R. I. TB1DESUPPLIEDbj- ROSS GORDON; LaFayette, Ind. For'Sale byB. F Reesling- his uncle's window. The old man would sleep well—he had taken care of that-to-nig-ht If he awoke? Well, that was provided for. Old men are not hard to smother. The night, dark and damp, suited dark thoughts. And the sting- of long- oppression, the blind feeling- after revenge for years of cruel slights and insults, had long engendered such thoughts. And now came a vision of an earthly heaven, the hope of a new life beyond the seas. "Yes, I will fly with you at any time you ask," the girl had said, resolutely. "We shall be happy, rich or poor." No, not poor. He would provide against that. The lights in the windows of the mansion had gone out. Even the windows on the ground floor, which open on the piazza, are dark. This is his uncle's room. Paul rises from his seat The dripping jasmine spray that strikes his cheek as he leaves the little summerhouse makes his heart stop for a moment He fears even the faint crunch of his footsteps on the gravel. There is a dog baying in the distance, as if conscious that thieves are about. He steals past the big pear tree at the corner of the piazza, and trampling in the soft mold of the flower garden,-where her jonquils and tulips grew, he creeps breathlessly to the back porch. The outer door is quickly opened. He thrusts out Ms hand to find the knob of the house door, and, taking- a latch key from his vest pocket, he opens it too. At the end of the. hall is his uncle's room. The house is silent. But hark! did he hear a footfall? It must be a heavy footfall that is heard on the thick carpet and steady floor of oak. He had never before explored this old rambling- dwelling in darkness. It was always to him a sad and dreary place; a place of faded hangings, old-fashioned and tasteless bric-a-brac, paintings insipid in their tarnished frames, and books that echoed the fancy and opinion of a dead generation—flavorless as yesterday's news. He has reached his uncle's door. There he produces a dark lantern from under his cloak. Drawing- up the slide for a moment he flashes the cone of light over the hall and up the staircase. It lights up for a moment oaken wainscoting, crowded hayrack, the antlers overhead, >and the statue of Cupid, pallid as'a ghost, and then falls on the staircase. As it does so he snaps down the slide, and all is darkness again. Yea. all is dark and cmiet. There : ia no wiOSSss to his crime". • Whet would she say or think if she saw him cowering: and crouching 1 at his uncle's door? Tho thought of her rises like a phantom in his mind; she is all in white, yet calm, resolute, and beautiful—an angel in contrast with the inferno of his own troubled thoughts—and yet it deepens his resolution. He is the martyr seeing the martyr's crown, the soldier with the re-"" ward of his valor before his eyes. In her purity, her strength, her peace, it seems to him he would find an escape even from the torture and shame of his guilty mind. He would Lathe himself in her presence as in a flood of cleansing water, a second baptism. Her smile, her trustfulness, the mxisie of her voice would be a. heaven in which he might bask and rest, and forget his fraud—yes, even his bloodgniltincss. He turns the handle of the door quietly, gradually, and enters, A delicate scent, as from the folds of silken garments, strikes his senses, lint he does not hear a single rustle from his uncle's bed. The old man sleeps soundly indeed. Then he draws up the slide of his lantern. So violently, with such trembling agitation docs lie close it again, tlie instant after, that the whole thing falls clattering to the ground and Paul turns and rushes through the room. What has he seen to overcome him so? A woman, tall and supple as a Greek, stern eyed as aClyteinnestriaand twenty times as fair, with black hair and marble arms, eyes of fringed violet, bosom of ivory—how often had he doted,on them! How often had he felt his heart swell with pity, with admiration, with unspeakable love, as the soft voice tremulously remonstrated with him: '•We must be patient, Paul." And now this saint of his life, this virgin flower of woman, this one who was to be the salt and salve to his sad, wounded, outrage!! and rebellious heart —there she stands, her right hand under the pillow of the unconscious sleeper, her left arm to strike him down if he awake! Paul passed stealthily into the garden again. He went with bounds across the parterre, fiercely trampling the flowers and borders, cursing meanwhile, in his heart, with bitter rage and execration, the angel, forsooth, who was thief and murderess. Then he laughed a wild, trembling laugh, such as only grief that borders on frenzy finds utterance. That night, as he sat till dawn under the moaning poplars and over and over again repeated to his mind the hideous incident that he half believed to be a dream, love turned to hate, as fuel to ashes, as a flower to the blood-red poison. "It was for love of me!" he murmured, "for love of me—ah! that is the blow that cuts deepest; for why? That love of hers is loathsome to me." '•That was forty years ago," said Miss Perry, "'and it seems only yesterday." She looked from the gray area of the casino at Narragansctt out over the blue, dimpling sea, where a yacht was just coming- to anchor. The wrinkled old general, who directed the taste of the wealthy New York spiostar in the fitting of her large art ffallery, wiped a tear from her glass eye. Jt was a .telling gesture, though the tear was not a tear of sensibility. '•But how did you find out that it was he?" he inquired, softly. "Hand me that fan and I will tell you. I had come downstairs, hearing a noise and thinking of burglars. 1 was brave in those days, and seized a heavy pair of scissors, which 1 carried dagger-wise. I went to my u,ncle's room, felt under his pillow, and was relieved to find his bag of diamonds safe. Then there was a momentary flash of light, the clatter of a lantern- dropped in darkness, and the sound of receding footsteps. "I never saw Paul again to this day. The lantern was identified as his. I felt relieved'Lt his flight at the moment. But, general, you and I are old people, and for my part I can love only once, and you must not speak to me again as you have done to-day."—Epoch. Tho W4ckod Bosom-Ptn. As every one knows, in the early days of Methodism a considerable degree of strictness was maintained in regard to the wearing of jewelry or costly attire. An eminent divine of that church gives an amusing incident. A preacher had just gone to his new charge, and was in the midst of his sermon, when a woman rose and went out, slamming the door with unnecessary violence. Of course, he supposed he had said something which gave offense; but, on making inquiries, he learned-that the woman left because "the minister wore a bosom-pin." The fun of it was that, he had driven to tho service over bad roads, and one drop o: mud had settled on his immaculate shirt bosom, deceiving the tender conscience of the good sister.—Wide Awake. NOTICE. To tlic VOII.TN of the City port, liidlaiin, 01 tli<- < l,aii-<- In the BoiiiufarlvK of Hie Voting f*rcciiif!iK of *i:ii<l CUy, lllat territory-enbracea and bounds, to-wlt OB/ICC o Jtmlc by the Common JH, ISiJl. Council .Tlarrh J In: voter,, oi ihetniyofLosaiispori. Cuss Comity. Indiana, will hereby Hike notice thai L |ie, |- 0 Il<jw- mi; order was made by tlie, Ciiliinioli CoiineU of tin- LityolLogaiispojt. Ciiss County, liidlaiia. at their isf]"""' ' Sl ' ssiOJI ' W'-dnwIay evening. March is, Election ;jn duels as foimed In ihe City of Lo- Kaiisport, Indiana: In accordance, with an act of Hie Lr"l<laiure of ihe SUile of Indiana, approved .March ti, 1SS) it Is ordered by the Common Council of the City of Lo- jiaiisporl CiiAs County Indiana; and iliev "do now nrni and adopt the lollowing voting precincts, in W several wards of th« Cliy of Lokmisport Ind fq e n^ar^ef in only one 3*li- full t/\e mos to Cut for faocl(<et ' or to Insist on GENUINE with H\e tag , the tin Attractive and Promising Investments In CHICAGO REAL ESTATE TURNER & BOND, IO2 Washington St., Chicago, III, EstiMsheit 1875. Reference 1st Jatl. Bank, Chkago. »"•• atnocostto icnd- f or non-residents Mapn__. We ofTei for FIRST PreclnciNo. 1-A11 thiitterrluiryciiibniei'ilwitJiIn tl.e loJIowinenietesiind bounds, to-wii: Cujiinn'iic- Ing in the nortwret cornet or Sycjiiiioi-e mill Ottii- jyii streets, tlieiiceranninn west nloii); the north line oiptmwa street to VUie street, iljem-e south along the west line of Vine, slm-uo Miami street thence west on the north line of JU.-nnl sireet to Pmmstieer, them* north along the e;ist line uf Plum street 10 Bates street, itwnue west iiloii" the north line of Bates street to Holland street thence jioilh on the ea.st line of Holln/id sirvmo tile nori Ji bouiidiiiTilneof said First ward, and thence east along the north line, of said ward to Sycamore .street, and thence south along the west llneof tivcii- more .street to !h» jilace of beKinnliiK. And t Is ordered that the elections In said precinct be held In house on Ottawa, street on the southwesl corner of lot 10, In I> D. Dykeiuan's 1st addltlou vo West Logan, in said-ward. Precinct No. 2—All that territory embraced wlililn ihe iollowing nieifts and bounds, to-wii; Coniinenc- liigaitlienonhwestcorner of Otiima and Svra- moresti'eets, thence naming south along the west line,ot Sycamore street to Wilupawa street llience west on the north line of Cljlpuawa street to Phnn street, thence south on the west line of Mum sireet lo Usage street, thence west on the north line of psage and Wbeatland streets to the Chicago branch o the Plttsburg, Clilrago. Cincinnati & at. l.ouisHaLway. rnerice south along the line of said railway to Hie Pv oria branch of .said rallwuv ihenee west tollowlne the north line of sold Peorla brandi of wild railway to the west llniiis of said ward, thence north to the line of the Wabash and Erie Ciuial. thence east along.tlie line of the Wabash and trie canal bed to Holland street, thence south a long the west line of said Holland street to Bates street, thence east on the south line or Bales street to Plum street, thence south on Plum street to jjjaml street, tliem-e easuilong the south Hue of Miami strei. to Vine street, thence north on tlie east line ol VIn.- street to Ottawa street, thence e<isl on south line ol'Ottawa street to place of beginning And it is ordered that Uie elections in said precinct beheldinthehuidlingonttiesou hwest corner of the school house yard in said ward PrecinctNo.8-All that territory embraced within the tollowing metes and bounds, to-wit: Commencing at the southwest corner of Sycamore and Cliip- •pewa streets, them e running west on the south liiieofChlpi)ewa street to Plum street, thence south on the ea.st line, of Plum street to Osage then west on south line of Osage street to Wheatland street, thence west on south llneof Wheatland sireet in Ihe Chicago branch of the Pittsburg. Cincinnati, Chicago & St. Louis Railway, thence south along said railway to Market street, therce east, on the norih line or Market street to Eel river thence easterly along the north bank of Eel river, with Ihe meanders thereof, to the place of beginning. And It Is ordered that the elections In said precinct be h«;d at tne engine house In said ward Precinct No. 4—All that territory embraced wit'-in the fol owl/igrneies and bounds, to-wif Commencing at the westend the ofEel river bridge onMarket street In said ward, thence west, along the. north bunk or Eel and Waba <h rivers, with the meanders thereof, to the west limits of said ward thence north to the south line ot the Peorla, branch of the P., C..C.& St. L.Railway thence east along the Peorla branch of the.P.O. C. & St. Louis Railway to Market street, tbenee east on the south line of Market street to the place of beginning. And it Is ordered that the elections In s-iid preclct be held In Uhl's cooper shop In said ward. stline. of Eighth street to Race stree thence eist on the south line ot Race street to Twelfth sireet, thence south o/i the west line of Twelfth • St ^' 1 ' t , t , 0 B ™£«iy .street, llience wasl on the north ine of Broadway street to Seventh street and thence north on the east line of seventh' street to the place of beginning. And -t is ontoea lluiUhe elections of said precinct be held at S ?a £ <; ?' sl , col ™' r °" ne sc)lo "i 1'ouse lot, being lo- b9.Tlpton's second addition to Logansport. K« J™^ ? 1( ?i 3 T A " lbilt Armory embraces wlthiirthe. lollowing metes and bounds, to-wit; Comniejicngat the southwest corner of TweUi and B'oadway streets, thence rui.nlng soiuth on 1 1 hence east piV south ne of Broadway pace 01 beginning. And ills ordered that WITH WAHD. Precinct No. 1.-A11 thai territory «mbmce« within I lie lollowing metes and bounds Commencing at Eel river on i welfth sire nZ'hl? ""TV ' U V Markel sireet, thenc north line of Market street to sixteenth street thence north on west line of Sixteenth street lu the south bank of Eel river, and I Hence westa loi » ihe south bank of Eel river. wUh meandera Cre^ ih-, i \ ''',T Ol , Alining. And It Is ordered th.it the elt-A-llon.s In sa'.d precinct be held In the er of Twellth and Jjaiket Mr : ""' r eu - st on tte s °««i "n> of Market street to Slxtpe,.th street, llience sjuib on the west line of Sixteenth street to SIWSK! street TwS"? 1 °, rl ""V 1 "" 11 Ijll « "f Smead areet to Twe f fh« !Ti-, aild , U>e " ct) "Will on east Utieof rwelltli street to tlie place of, beplr.ulng. And It re ' htlw , el « tlo '« in -"aid precinct be eentli sweet engine-house 01 f*,?' :i ~ A}l '" at t«rn"tory embraced the following metes and bounds, to-«U Commencing at. tel river on Sixteenth &lrees t"rTt1oM nl r, !i °" lU r e:lst Ilneo1 Sixtwmh street to Market street, thence ^ast on norih lln« of Market street 10 Eighteenth street, thence south on east llneof Eighteenth street to fepejp street, thence e;i.st on north line of Spear street ta the east limits of the city, thence norih along tl,6 eastern limits H the city ..to Ed river, thence i west a ong south bank of Eel river to place olbegin^ lt ' S place olbegin av tlle elections In e corner of the Wabash.St LouK id Pac llera way and Twelfth stre«,thencecast along BUd railway to Seventeenth street thet-cp. north on the east u, le of Seventeenth street to the Wjibasb and Erie canal bed, tbenee west $om> saldc;malb«dlo Sixteenth street, thence north on east line ol Sixteenth .street to Jlarket street ras ,S °" south llne o£ Mar "« t streetto nth street, thence south -on west line ot eet to Spear street, thence east 01} .pear street -to east limits' of city thence south along the. east limits of said city to le lence wesL iUon 4Q acres ne»>South Cliioigo, S2,ooo'per acre. Inside Income-Producing Business Properties. S37S Ottf ™ ° ffiC ° 1)ulldlng ln beart of the city. Price jaj^gjj* ^"sehold In growing retail district. Price, to Si °' (I00 M so J ots In al 1 parts of the city on easy payments. ffMeasowai never mmatntifiuterUuai now. JwlA- 'Otutnvatmenti will jtrMuce handannt return*. The Soap that Cleans Most is Lenox. Clieap Lauds »js<l lloui<'.-.iu Ke'i- tucky, TciDiit-sce, A LA HAM A, Mississippi and Louisiana, On tlie line W tlie yuewi 4; Orwcent Rou(f i-;u be tainU2,o(K!.Hiiiia<;ri!S of splendid bottom, ni laud, timber ai, d ,-iioek lands. Also the lines' fruit and niliicnil land." on HIP contlDunt tor sai> on Tavorable tor/us, 1'ABMJiltri' wlnli Fill tliy^i-trir-Kget a borne li che suiinj' South, whurn tiiIx/.Hrds and Ice clai plains are uiiknuwn. The Quaen &. Cresneni ttoutr is 91 Miles Shortest uml Quickest Line Cincinatt to New Orleans Time 27 Hours. Entire Trains, Baggage Car, Day Coachnc Sleepers run throngh witho :lif SECOND Precinct No .1—All that terri lory embraced \vii liin the lollowing metes and bounds, to-wlt • Commencing 111 Eel river on Fourth street, thence running south on the west line of Fourth street 10 Eel River avenue, thence south west on the north line ol 1 Eel River avenue to Third street, thence north on Third street lo Eel river bridge, thence northwest on east •ine of Sycamore street to the north limits of the second ward, thence along the north-limits of said second ward to the west line of Stevens Jlobley and Clary's additions to the cily of Log-ansport thence north along the west line of said additions to tlie north llmlus of said ward, thence east on the north-line of said ward to Clifton avenue, thence south along the west llne of Clifton avenue to Hanna street, thence southwest along the north line otHanim street to Pontlac street thence south a long the west llne of Pontlai: street to the norih bank of Eel river, thence west on the north bank of Ed 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 i« now known at Schaefer's cooper shop In ».Id ward. Pr.eeinctNo.2—All that territory embraced within the following metes and bounds, to-wit: Commenc- :ng at lei river on Fourth street, then'ce running south on the east iine of Fourth street to Broadway street, thence enst on the north line of Broadway street to Fifth street, thence sonlh on east line, of Fifth street to the Wabash and Erie canal bed. hence east along the north llneof said canal bed o 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 sireet. thence north on the west llne of Sixth street to Del river iiiidtlieiicewestalonethesouthbaiikof Eel river with the meanders thereof 10 the pla e of beginning. And It Is ordered that the elections in said precinct he held at the North street engine, house In said ward. Precinct No X— All that, territory embraced within the following metes and bounds, to-wlt: Commencing on the south bank of Eel river at the intersection with Third street, thence runnlii"-south to Eei Elver avenue, them e northeast along the sonti; line of Eel Elver avenue to Fourth street., tbe'ice south on the east line of Fourth street to Broadway street, thence east on the soul h line of Broad- Hay street to Fifth street, thence, south on Die west llne of Fifth street to Market street, thence wesl on the north line of Market street to Eel River avenue, thence southwest on Ee! River avenue to the Wabash river, and thence northwest along the south bank ot Eel river, with the meanders thereof. 10 the place of beginning. And it Is ordered that the elections In said precinct be held at the township trustee's olllce In saJd ward . l ? ence wesL iUon K the north bank sh rlvtr ' w)tb meanders thereof, to street, and thence north on east line of Twelfth streettw the place of beginning And It hp?,M er ^ ll ! atU)e rt«e«ons in 'said preclHctbe vl ™ L he housf ' now OW11€<1 by Rudolph Bemdt, Na 62! Seventeenth street, In said ward. - Precnctlxo.O-AJlthatterritory embraced within the following metes and bounds, to-wit: Comment iS^)L aiec<) f Herof TKfi]{lh a » d Smead strms. thence rminlng east on the south line of Smeati street to SLxteenth street, thence south on the west lie of sixteenth strnet to the. Wabash and Erie c.uul bed. thence east on the line of said canal bed to seventeenth street, thence south on west Une o£ feeventeenth street to Wabash Hallway, thence we™ Mong.sald railway to Twelfth street, thence north oil the e;ujt line, of Twelfth street to the pla. e of beginning. And it is ordered that tbe elections in said precinct be held atwhat Is known as shoe shop lu said ward. I, oun j . i ujysart, Oerk of the dry of Logansport. Indiana, do hereby certify that the above is.' T the Conmo City of Logansport, Indiana, at ,t regular session held in the council chamber bf sal t tlfh ^^"^ayeveuing March IS, 1K)1, relative to the establishing of voting precincts for.-tx* v.irl- ouswardscoDiprisingtheCIty of logansport, U*. di,ina, .is the same appears 01 record in m, UUICK Witness my hand and the seaJ of the City of Lo gansport. this ]9th day of March. 1891. I.SEAL.J JOaKj.TAGGAJIT,. Clerk City of Logjinspon, inaiai.d , Ladies $500 Reward. Dr. Anderson's English Fe"iale- Ri>pni.iHni> Pills are the raTcrtaiui! mort rofiJblc ^ Glm them a trial and be convinced. At-Drug Stoie or bv mall, postpaid per box $1.00, 3 boxes for $2 50, MokaHMediciuefCo., Toledo', O. For sale in Logansporr. Ind.by Ben Fisher No 315 fourth Street, Mention paper. Our Malydor Perfection Syrince free with ovcry (kittle. Prevents Mtrlct-are. Cures Gonorrhoea, led «!«,» in 1 to 4 «Uy». Ask your Drtt"gls» ior ft. Scot 10 any address for 1ALYDOR MANUF'6 C 110 Miles the rihonest, 3 Hours the Qulci^t Cincinnati to Jacksonville, Fia, Time Ti Hours. Tiiaonljllne running Solid Trains 'and Tiironi." Sleeping Oars ONLY LINE FROM CINCINNATI TO Chattanoga. Tenn., Fort Payne, Ala., Meridian Miss., Vlckburg, Miss.. Shreveport La. 2(1 Miles the Shortest Cincinnati to 1/exingtou, Kj 5 Hoiu-s Quickest Cincinnati to KnoxvlUe. Tenn 116 Milea the Shortest Cincinnati to Atlanta anfl Aogusta, <»o. . 114 iflles the Shortest Cincinnati to Anniflton Ala M Miles the Shortest Cincinnati to Birmlnghajr Ala. 15 Miles Shortest Cincinnati to Mobile, Ala. Direct connections at New Orleans and Shrevepor For Texas, Mexico, California Trains leave Central Union Depot, Clnclnnat rnsslng the Famous High Bridge, of Kentuck nd rounding the base of Lookout Mbuntai Pullman .Boudoir Sleepers on all Through Train Over One Million Acres of Land In AltJama tN- future Great State of the South subject, lo pre-emption. Unsurpassed climate. For Correct County Maps, Lowest Bates am fn'.l particulars addres, D. G. EDWAilliS, 6-en Passenger •& Ticket Agent, Queen & Crescent Hontc. Clnclnimti. 0. THIRD WAItD. Precinct No. I—All that territory embraced with In the following metes and bounds, to-ivlt- Commencing at the corner of Eel Klver avenue and Market street, thence running east to Fifth street, tiience southeast to Oak street.thenoe south along the west line ol'Oak street to Canal street, thence west along the north line of Canal street to Fourth street, thrnce-south on. the west line of Fourth street to the Wabash river, thence west alon" the north bank of the Waiiash- river, with the meanders thereof, to Eel River avenue, and tlience north to the place of beginning. And it is ordered that the elections in said precinct be held at the old brick school house In said ward. Precinct No. -.—All that territory embraced within the following metes and bo'mids, to-wif Commencing at the corner of the Wabash ,and Erie canal bed and Oak street, thence^ running east aloni; the south line of the TVabash and Erie curialbedto Twellth street, thence south along the west line of Twelfth street to theWalia^h river, thence west along the north tank of the Wabash river with the meanders thereof, to Fourth street, tlience north along the the east llne of Fourth street tr Canal street, thence ea-t on Canal street to Oak street,'thence north on th» east line ol Oak street to the place of beginning And It Is ordered that theelectlons In said precinct oe held at Ham Torr's office In said ward. Precinct No. 3.—The third precinct o£ said ward Is composed of all thai part of said ward Irlng east of the east llne of J. B. Shultz's third addition to Logansport and south of the Wabash river, including Bldrtle's Island. And It is ordered ihat tha election In said precinct be held at Amans earrlage trimming shop on Burlington avenue In said ward. IWJIITH WARD. Precinct No. 1.—All the territory embraced within the following metss and bounds, tn-wlt: Commencing at. the comer of Sixth and High streets, thence running north on Pontlac street to Hanna street.'thence east on thesouih llneof Hanna •street to tillfton avenue, thence noitb on the eas 1 •Ine of Clifton avenue to the ward boundary llne •heive east-ilong the ward boundary llne to east limits cf said ward, thence "southeast silongth> llne, of said ward to Eel; river, thence west alorg the north ..bank of Eel river, with the meanders JOSEPH UILLOTT'S STEEL PENS. GOLD MEDAL, PARIS EXPOSITION, 1889. THE MOST PERFECT OF PENS. Do Yotf or IN STOCKS, BONDS, M AND PROVISIONS ? If so, trinr witn a reliable firm who havo had leu £ 2.ire esn..r ipiicc, and are members of the CI)ic«K(k oard uf l-.ado and Stock Exchange. V»1io'd» business strictly on Commission. .Refer lo I!linoi» Trust and Savings BanK, Chicago. - . C. A. WHYLAND i CO. * IO Pacific 1 AVB. - Ciifoag-o, Ills, Wo send fre.: of charge pur Daily Market Repor» •tnd Circular or. application. 'merest allowed on monthly balances. Notice of Appointment of Trustee. Notice Is hereby given that T have been duly appointed Trustee ol Hugh 31. Landry. niercbaiit of tlie town of ClymerslD CSiss Couiiiy. Indiana, for ihe bcnelitoi bis creditors. Ail persons bitving claims are requested to flle them 1'or allowance ac- cordlng.to law, GEO. W. >'CNK, Assignee. inar20d3t!tawStw I CURE RTJPTUBI DR. HORNE'S ELECTRIC TRUSSES Have Cared lO.OQO Ruptures in 15 Tears, "Isnlfarod with n douhlo runtiiro 5 years. Tf.m- Bloc. We Truss cnrcd me In 3tfc months. ,1. G. PHIIPOT." 1 Sept Z4, '80.... Chattanooga, Teuc. "Yonr BlccMc Trims cured my rtwturo after suffering 15 years. MHS. A. DOUBHTY." Absecon, K. i. Oct. 8, '9t •Inm cur«J sound and well by wearing your Electrlfi Truss. K. HARVEJ." Davis City, loira. AUK, 17, '90, The only Eenulno Elpctrlli Triliw mi<l Belt Comblnl- 1 IntUntrnrTrt. 0» psce1»|.«fTOt<.(l llooV»rntfm-.™!«! DR. HORNE, INVENTOR, 180 WABASH AVE., GHICf

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