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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 7

Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, April 8, 1891
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8TMPTOMS OB IXTEK DISFASE* Loss of appetite; bad breath; bad taste in the mouth; tongue coated; pain underthe inouMer-bladc; in tho back or side—often mistaken for rheumatism; sour stomach with flatulency and water-brash: Indigestion: bowels Inx and costive by turns- headache, with dull, heavy sensation- restlessness, with sensation of having left something undone which ought to have been done: fullness after eating; bad temper; blues; tired feeling; yellow appearance of skin and eyes; dizziness, eta. Not all, but always some of these indicate want of action of the Liver. for A Safe, Reliable Remedy that can do ao harm and has never been known to fall to do good Take Simmons Liver Begalator. ' —AN EFFECTUAL SPECIFIC FOR MmUrla, Bowel Complaints, j JOTfpepsla, sick Headache. ! Constipation, Biliousness,, t Kidney Affections, Jaundice, \ Mental Depression, Colic. A PHYSICIAN'S OPINION. "1 have been practicing medicine for twenty years and have never been able to put up a vegetable compound that would, like Simmons Liver Regulator, promptly and effectually move the .Liver to action, and at the same time aid (instead of weakening) the digestive and assimilative powers of the system. L. M. HINTO.N, M.D., Washington, Ark. ' ONLY GENOTCNE $ lias our Z Stamp in red on front of wrapper. J. H. Zsilin & Ca.~ Philadelphia, Pa. IF YOU HAVE 1IM OR PIES, SICK HEADACHE, DUMB AGUE. COS. T1VE BOWELS, SOUR STOMACH and BEI.CHIXG: ifyonrrooildoe* not u. kimllate and you/have no appetite, Ms Pills wlllcnre these troubles. Try them; yon bnvenothlng- to lose, but will RT(tia • vigorous body. 1'rlce, S5c. per box. SOLD EVERYWHERE. MBS. T. DE WITT TA1M4GE Something About the Wife of a Famous Preacher. A. .Modfl I^Ife Cpmpiinion and KM ICxcellijii Hinisi-keeper — How .She 11ns Proved I!«T Tal.'ntiMl Husband'* Rich- «-.st 1'Jinlowinenh. The yeiir 1S03 was but a few cla.vs old when Kev. T. DC Witt Talmage" then a Philadelphia pastor, went, to the church of his elder brother, Rev. Goyn Talmage, in Greenpoint, Long Island, to deliver a lecture on "Rocks on Which, People Split.'' It was after the lecture, while the PAINLESS. if^WORTH A GUINEA A For BILIOUS £ DISORDERS Such as Kind and Pain in th-. Stomach, Fullness and Swelling after Meals Dizziness, and Drowsiness', Colo Chills,Flushings of Heat, Loss of Appetite' Shortness of Breath, Costiveness, Scurvy, Blotches on the Skin, Disturbed Sleep,. Frightful Dreams, and all Nervous and Trembling Sensations, &c. THE rlRST DOSE WILL GIVE RELIEF IN TWENTY MINUTES ' BEECHAM'S PILLS TAKEN AS DIRECTED RESTORE FEMALES TO COMPLETE HEALTH. For Sick Headache, Weak Stomach, Impaired Digestion, Constipation, Disordered Liver, etc., , £nr live tjmetn o* j,.- 1 . _ *, '_-,_.. - * . " NOTICE. To tli<; Voters ol - Hie f'lt\ port, iiidiuiiu, vt' Of Hie uKc In the Itomi<lari«M <if tin- Voting PrtM-inct* or Said COVERING CORN. that the little forttinp*hareb«nmadeM work for us, by AIIIIH PHRC, Austin, <n, and Jno, Bonn, Toledo, Ohio, cut,-Other* arc doing u welt. Why t.vou? Somerwn over*5(JO.OO B iitomli. You cnn do the work And llv« home, wherever you ore. Even bc- inners arc fiiiilv enmiiic from *& to dny. All BCM. W*«how you how and mart rou. Can work In opnre time or all t|n> ([me. Hip monev for worker*. fi)l!ttr« unknown nmonfr thrm. fcflODO.OO ^j-ear Ii beJnp made by John K. Goodwf n,lroy.N,Y.,nt Work for wt. .Header, you iimy iMii make as .nucli, but we can teach you quickly how to earn IVom »6 to 410 it ilft}' at ilio start, and more UN you po Both a«xe« t all npca. In jiay part of work. All I* '*BW; Great pay SL'UK for rv*ry worker. We «t«rt you. furnlihln^ everything. EASILY, SPEEDILY learned. rAKTlCuLAKS FHKE. Address at once, ST1NSUX * CO., M)RTL1KD, VAlMfT PAPER HANGINGS INTERIOR D^IRATORS. rSESCOISG CHURCHES, ...r£ RESIDENTS. 1C. We invite visitors co cail and inspect, Correspondence solicited. W. P. NELSON & CO., 193 WABASH AVE., CHICAGO, ILL. To You, GENTLE READER. If you have Dyspepsia, you have heartburn wi»h pain in the stoinarh after entimr, yon h:ive henduche, arc billons at times, yonr bowels ar« con- stipntod, your shin in yellow, your tongne is coated, yon have dnrk cir- ties around yonr eyes, yon can not e«t what you like, you do not sleep well, yon are USED UP GENERALITY. Get a bottle of DR. WHITE'S DANDELION ALTERATIVE. It will cnre you. Ton can eat what yon like, yon will sleep like a child, yonr skin will get clear, yonr eyes will jcet brinrht, yon will Ret 1\LESII OS TTOUJR BONES and will feel vigorous enough to taKe anything yon can lay yonr hands on. Very large battle for 91, and every bottle warranted. oold by B. F. Keesliug- and D.E Pryor. AD VICE vs. VICE. Yon are not In manly shape, and yet you don't act. Write to ua to-day ! Belay Imperils all J escribes your case. MRS. TALMASE. two brothers stood talkin elder said: "De AVitt, let me present you to Miss : Whittemore—-3Iiss Susan Whittemore, : one of the brightest young members of siychtirch." , And with these words, says Edward' W. Bok in the Ladies' Home Journal, the future \\Tiitefield of the American pnlpit was introduced to the woman who was destined to share his later honors and triumphs. • Miss AYhitternore's father was a prosperous real estate broker and architect of Greenpoint. Previous to his settlement in Greenpoint, the family resided on East Eighth street, at that time the aristocratic part of New York city, and it was there that his daughter, Susan Curtiss AVhittemore, was born. Her education was most carefully regarded, and when she was i fifteen the f amily moved to Birmingham, Conn., where she finished her training 1 at the high school. Clara Louise KeHogg was one of her classmates. A few years later the Whittemores settled in Greenpoint, practically a portion of Brooklyn. On May T, 1863, Miss Whittemore was married to T. De Witt Talmage in the building where they had first met a few months before, the Greenpoint Dutch Reformed church. The bridegroom was then simple Mr, Talmage. He was but little known outside of his own field; reputation had not yet come, and thus Mrs. Talmage started with her ifusband at almost the foot of the ladder of fame which he soon began to climb so quickly. And few wives have proved such Helpmeets to their husbands as has Mrs. Talmage,. She has, in every respect, fulfilled the best idea of a helpful wife, and proved her husband's richest endowment. All the appointments of the Talmage home in Brooklyn reflect the woman who 1 presides over it. Gaudiness in furniture or decorations is absent, and instead one sees a harmony of good taste on every hand, Mrs. Talmage is an excellent housekeeper and her home shows it. Five-children have resulted from the marriage. The eldest daughter, May I will cure you.If curable. ALL DtUVBttmut A WEAKNESSES OF MEN. For limited time Book ra»lled/r«. EJIIE MEDICAL CO., Buffalo,*, r. Don't prefer VICE to ADVICE. jjfJILLEtS W _ -=^- ^~* ™ VEGETABLE Mortimer, is her mother's constant companion and her social representative npon many occasions. The second daughter, Edith Elwood, married five years ago, making a most desirable and happy marriage for herself, and adding the dignity of grandmother to her mother's other attributes. Geanie Gasherie, nicknamed "Daisy'! by her fond father, is third in age, and promises to fulfill her mother's fondest hopes. Maud Demorest is the "baby" of the family—a pert little miss of fifteen. The only son is Frank DeWitt, now studying for the ministry, and of whose talents, at- twenty-three, the public, has already judged from his public lectures. In him is centered the hopes of thousands that the light of the Talmage genins Will not extinguish with the father. Two other 'children were given to Dr. Talmage by liis first marriage. Of these, Thomas DeWitt. Jr., is dead, while Jessie, happily married, is the counterpart of her mqther in all that appertains to womanly graces. It is not so strange, therefore, that T. Dewitt Talmage is proud of his family. For them he has worked and success has come in a generous measure. "My home is my altar," he said onee; "and my family my inspiration." And who will deny, who know her, that this wonderful man's greatest source of inspiration, next to his Creator, has been, and is, his loyal and devoted wife? Unknown comparatively to the great world at large, but how well-known to her husband; A Limiting fuusio of Failure to Get B Hood Stand. As a rule oarly planted corn needs less covering than that which is planted later. That planted in a loose, loamy or sandy soil needs more covering than that which is planted in a stiff clay or hard pan. Planting early when the soil is wet and cold, and covering too .deep, is a leading cause of failure to get a good stand. A certain degree of moisture and heat is essential with flll seed, and if they remain in the soil any considerable length of time when the conditions for germination are unfavorable the seed will rot. Then it is often the case in the spring that after the .seed is planted a heavy rain will come and run the surface of the soil together; followed by a hot sun the surface will dry in-a hard crust through which it will be difficult, if not impos- j sible, for the tender plants to penetrate. . In determining the depth at which the seed should be covered the season, the character and lay of the soil must all be considered. In a stiff soil planfcd early shallow covering will give the best results. As the soil becomes warmer and more settled deeper covering can be given. At almost any time a deeper cox-ering can be given a light, loamy soil than in a clay. Generally two or three inches is plenty deep in a stiff soil if planted early. As a rule, with later planting, the depth should be increased until the required moisture is obtained. Later planting in'a loose loamy soil may need to be at least six inches deep v in order to secure the necessary moisture, and at times, whether planted early or late, it is necessary to secure sufficient moisture to induce a good germination, nnd this, with the heat in the soil, should in a great measure determine the depth. Many consider that deep planting js the 'best on the supposition that the roots being deepei- in the soil are less liable to be injured by dry weather, liut too deep covering early in the season will nearly always prove more or less injurious. Corn'is naturally of a tropical nature and needs considerable warmth in the soil to gen- crate and grow well, and the more thoroughly this is applied the better will be the stand secured and the more vigorous start to grow. In many cases a good plan with corn is to get the soil all ready in a good tilth and as soon as the soil warms up sufficiently to germinate readily; push the planting as rapidly as possible.—.St. Louis Republic. REMEDIES FOR SMUT. Attractive and Promising Investments ui CHICAGO REAL ESTATE TURNER & BOND, IO2 Washington St., Chicago, III. Established 1875. fleferencc 1st Ml. itiuik, Chicago. Ax .Made by the Coitlluoii Coiim-U a« Their It.-llhir Session, ,tljir<')i IS, IS'Jl. thereof, to a point opposite Tenth street south crossing said rlvrr w Bace street S!S.. "A 0 ". 1 ? ll l e S. ort . h °l R"<* streeifto - S0uth street, an nof E ghttj thence west , north hue o? High street to th« place of beS And it is ordered that the elections in v d Forest mills. Precinct No. 2.—All within tbe .following, m, Commencing at the con dace east m me «uth Hi,^r Itace m rert street, thence south ,011 the wast-line of street lo Broadway street, thence west on north line or Broadway street tci Sevenih"t :uul theiicn north on tile Past line " In the Cllv of Lo- ?™SH ro ? d0l "™*' e fi™'roVrrOT<rc' loons for e, drawing 0 percent semi-annual-interest. Among Special Bargains in Acres we Quote: < acres at Washington H«l(tb ts, K.76C per acre 30 acres at Hln«cla%. S800 per acre. 40 acres near Soutu ChlciiBO.'SS.OOa per ncrc. .Inside Income-Producing Business Properlies. F>7* oaf™ 0lHoD builclln « in hnn of the city. Price BKMO 60 leasellold ln sr<"rtnc retail district. Price, Also lots In all parts of the city on eu»r payments J-Mowo TOW 11 iw urmalHr, Jattfr than nma. .TuM- •wMinuestincnij wUI pntl-uce luinilmimt returns. .Mrs. Allen's Parisian Face Bleach Golden Hair Wash. .Mamma Dura, for dcvel- Tlie voters oi 1 lie Cliy of Loeinsuon. Cii.su C'oiin- ly. JiHllanu. will licivbymkiMiotlwiliattlif lolluw- Ing order was made by the Common Council of tin- City oI'Logiiiisport', Ca*sC(min.v. Indiana, :n ilielr regular session, Wednesday evening. JIareli JS, Election precincts as formed liisnsport, Indiana: In accordance with an aci of the Legislature of tlie Stale of Indiiuiii, approved March 0, itw It Is- ordered bythecoinnion Council of the City of Lo- Ifansijort, Cass County Indiana; and Ihev'do now lonu and adopt the following votlui,' precincts In u,<- several wurds of the. Clry'of Lu^ansijort. ind. FIHST WAHD. Precinct No l-AlUl)at territory embraced wlililn the loJJowlngnieifts and bounds, to-wlu CCUIUH-IIC- Ingiitthenorouwtcornerof Sycamore, and Otti- wasireets, thence runnliig wesi aleiis-tlie. nortli line of Ottawa street to Vine street, thence, south along the west line of Vine, street to Miami street thence west on ihti north line of Miami street , to Plum stieet, thence north along the east line 'of Plum street to Bates street, thence west along the nrirth line ol 1 Bates. street to Holland street, Djence nortli on the east Hue of Holland strt-etto the north boundary'lljie of said First ward, and thence, east aJongvtie north line of said ward to Sycamore street, slid thence south along thewest line ot'svca- more'stwet to th« ulace of beglinilKg. And t Is ordered that the elections In saia precinct be held I n house on Ottawa street on the southwest corner ol lot 10, In 1). D. Bykeman's 1st addition to W est I orain. hi said ward. Precinct No, 2— All that territory embraced within the following me.ie,s and bounds, to-wit- Commenc Ing at the northwest corner of Ottawa and Syca more streets, thence running south aluiiKthe wes ilne of Sycamore street to Chlppavva street thence west on the north line ufChippawastree! to Plnn street, thenc.e south on the west Hue of Mum stree to Usage .street, thence west on the north line o Osai,^ and Wlieatland streets to the Chicago branch of the PlttsburK, Chicago. Cincinnati & Si Louis Railway, thence south along the line of fal< railway to the Peorla branch ol'sald railway thence west following the north line of said teorla branch of said railway to the west limits of said ward thence north to tile line or the vt abash and Erie canal, thence east along the line of the \Vaba.sh and Erie canal bed to Holland street, thence south along the west line of said Holland street to Bates street, thence east on the south line of Bates street to Plum street, thence south on Plum street to lllaml. street, thence east along the south line of Miami sire, toA'ii.estreet. thence noith on the ea,st Hue of Vint- street to Ottawa street, thence east on south line ol 1 Oti aw a street to place of beginning A nil It is ordered that the elections in said precinct be held in tnebuidllngon thesou invest corner ol the school house yard In.sild ward Precinct No.8— All that territory embraced within the following metes and bounds, to-wit; Commencing at the southwest corner of Sycair.ore and Chlp- pewii streets, thente running wen on the south ilneofChlppewa street to Plum street, thence south on the e;ist line of Plum street to Osage, -- .-— --... j'..«^. w* u^riiiiuj^, AIIU tlut the-elections of -said preclnci be held'aTti^l southeast corner of the scliool house1<" oeniloSS wtrd!' t " wco " d !ld<Ull °" to I^sanstortrKll PreVnct No. 8.-All that terrl within the. following metes, and uwu Commencing at the. southwest corner of ; and B oadway streets, thence running ,south~c the west line of Twelfth Mree.t to the Wabash an*!. Commencing at Bel river on Twelfth st ,™n1 r!m5TVV' arhCt slrect ' iiiuili lineot Market street to Sixteenth thence.,norlhonwost Hue of Sixteenth the sooth b:u,h of Eel rtvei "nd « fn "'«, ^H bai'K or-Eel river. Mi.h meafi re Tfe ' hl ' l , jla " J of , D^im.lng. And it Is ordered- tions in sa..i. precinct he held In th«'S h-, n thi t the «.ifh t!t tl ct "JV-T' 111 tflnt ' fc "ltor.v embracing -'S within the routing inete.s and bounds ' Commencing at tin; corner of T streets thence running Piu s t or . to the, r of Sixteenth sti eet to Sre , Sreet ' and , rUMlce nonhon .asfllneof street to the place of Leslnnli.R And it hs ordered that the, elections in lriuwi "" GATE FASTENER. A Good Tiling Which Explains Itscll TVTieii CarefoUy Ticwed. Jlr. C. Sandfords sends a description of a simple fastener to be used on a rate COUCiHS AND COLDS. SJo. and SI. at all drnggista. E, MOEGM & SOUS, - - Proprietors, TEOVIDENCE, R, I. TKADESUPPLIEDbvROSS GORDON, LaFayette, Ind. For sale byB. P Keeslihg- Valuable Hints Furnished by the Ontario K\ p pcriment Station. The common forms of smut most troublesome to farmers are bunt or stinking smut and common or loose smut of wheat and corn smut. It is injurious to feed smutty corn to cattle, as it acts much as does the erg-ot of rye, and passing- through the animal system does not destroy the life of the spores, consequently they are ready to spread : when put on the field in the manure. Corn' smut should.be destroyed by burning, as the spores ripen if thrown on the ground. The remedies given for smut by the Ontario experiment station are to sow clean seed, or steep the seed five minutes in a solution of copper sulphate (t pound to 1 gallon of water), ,stir constantly, then spread, on a floor to dry or add-some'plaster or slaked lime to dry the grain. One g-allon is enougli for 4 bushels. Another rcmedy is to soak the grain for a day in 0 gallons of water to which has been added 1 pound of caustic potash. Brine strong enough to float an egg-docs well if the grain is stirred occasionally and allowed to soak several hours. Putting the grain in water at 135 degrees F. for five minutes or 133 degrees for fifteen minutes will not injure the grain and will kill the smut spores, but. a temper- i ature of 5 degrees either above or below fails. Tlie ssid may be put in a coarse sack an« dipped in any of these solutions.—Farm and Home. - Cheap Lauds and Homes in Kentucky, Tennesee, ALABAMA, Mississippi and Louisiana. On the line of the Queen &. Crescent Eoute cai be found 2.0'jo,000 acres of splendid bottom, iip. land, tlcber and stock lands. Also the nnes! fruit and mineral lands on the continent for salf on favorable terms. FARMERS I with all thy getting get a home UD the sunny South, where blizzards and ice clad plains are unknown. ' The Queen & Crescent Koute Is 94 lilies the Shortest and Quickest Line Cincinati to New Orleans Time 27 Hours. Entire Trains, Baggage Car, Day Coaches and Sleepers run through wlthflfct change. 110 Miles the Shortest, 8 Hours the Quickest Cincinnati' to Jacksonville, Fia. • < Time 27 Hours. The only line runnlp.g Solid Trains and Througl Sleeping Cars. ONLY LINE 'FROM CINCINNATI TO Chattanoga. Tenn., Fort Payne, Ala., Meridian Miss., VlcWjurg. Miss., Shreveport, La. •a Miles the Shortest Cincinnati to Lexington, Ky. 5 Hours Quickest Cincinnati to Knoxvilie, Teun 118 Miles me Shortest Cincinnati to Atlanta and Augusta, lia. 114 Miles the Shortest Cincinnati to Anniston Ala •28 Miles the Shortest Cincinnati to Birmingham 15 lilies Shortest Cincinnati to Mobile, Alfi. j Direct connections at New Orleans and Slirevrpnr 'For Texas, Mexico, California Trains leave Central Union Depot, Clneinrmt, crossing the Famous High Bridge of Kentncio and rounding th« base of Lookout Mountain Pullman Boudoir Sleepers on all Through Train.- Over One Million Acres of Land In ilbama, tci future Great State of the South subject to pre-emption. Unsurpassed climate. For Correct .County ilaus, Lowest Rates arK full particulars addres, D. G. EDWARDS Gen Passenger & Ticket Agent, iQueen & Orescent Boute, Cincinnati. 0. in the corner of the fence. In the cut A is a thin, springy piece of board nailed to B-in such a way as to hold the irate shut until pushed back. One of the troubles of life is the breaking of lamp-chimneys. Needless. Macbeth's "pearl top" and "pearl glass" are tough against heat. „ You will save nine-tenths of your chimney-money by usino- them, & "Pearl top" fits most of the little lamps; " pearl glass " is for " Rochester, " Pittsburgh,"" Duplex," etc. We make a great many sizes and shapes, all of tough glass. You can.-get the right ones. Talk with your dealer about it. Pittsburg. -GJCO. A. MACBETH & Co. 25o HIRES' IMPROVED 2Sc ROOT BEER! mmum. m BOiUNCORSTRAimnc suxtwtx THIS PACKA.CE MAKES FIVE C.HLONS. then west on south llneof Osagestieet to Whi-at- liind street, thence west on south llneof Wheatland street tu the Chicago branch of ihe Plttsbnrg Cincinnati, Chicago & St. Luuls Hallway, thence, south along said rahway to Market street, ihei-ce east on the norlh line of Market street to Eel river, thence easierlr along the norlh bank of Eel river, with the meanders thereof, to ihe place of beginning. And It is ordered that the elections Iu said precinct be he d at tne engine house. In said ward PrednctNo. 4—All that territory embraced wltMn :hefol owli gmeies and bounds, lo-wit: Commencing at the westet.d the ofEel river bridge onMarket street In said ward, thence west along the north bank of Eel and Waba <h rivers, with the meanders thereof, to the wist limits of said ward, thence nortli to tlie south line of the Peorla branch of the P., C.C.iiSt, L.Hallway thence east along the Peorla branch of the P. C.C.& St. Louis Railway to Market street, thence east on the south . line of . Market street to ihe place of beginning. And'It Is ordered that the elections In said precict be held In em's cooper shop In said ward. SECOND WAliD. Precinct No .1—All that terrl wry 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 Kei River avenue, thence south west on the north line of Eel River avenue to Third street, thence north on Third street to Eei river bridge, thence northwest on east llneof Sycamore street to the nortli limits of the Second ward, thence along the north limits ol suld Second ward to the west line of Stevens, Mbbley and Clary's additions to: the city of Lognnsport, thence north along the westllneof said additions to tue north limits of said ward, thence east on the north line of said ward to CJlftun avenue, thence soutii along the west line of Clifton avenue to Hanmi street, thence southwest alung the north line ot Hanna streetto Pontlac street tlience south along the west Hue of i'ontla • street to the north bank of Eel river, thence west on the north bank of Eel river with the meanders thereoflto a point opposite Fourth street to the place 7 or beglnulji" And It Is ordered that the elections In said precinct be held at what is now known at Schaefer's cooper shop in s«id ward. PrecinctNo.2—All that territory embraced within the following metes and bounds, to-wit Commencing at Eel river on Fourth street, thence runnlii" south on the east hie of Fourth street 10 Broadway str-et, thence eastou the north line of Broadwa'v street to Fifth street, thence south on east line of Fifth street to the Wabash and Erie canal bed thence eastalong the north line of said canal bed to Seventh street, tlience north on the west line of Seventh street to High street, thence west on "the sout.ii line of High street lo Sixth street, thence north on the west line of Sixth street to Eel river and thence west alone the southbank of Eel river with themeandersthereoftothe pla e of beglri- nls?. And it Is ordered that, ihe elections in said precinct be held at the North sheet engine house In suld ward. PrecIiictNoa-AUth!itterritoryembrac«dwiUiIii ihe following metes and bounds, to-wlt: Commencing un the south bank of Eel river at the in i ersec- tlon with Tliird street, thence running south to Eel Elver avenue, then e northeast along the south line of Eel River avenue to Fourth street, thence south on theeastlme of Fourth .street to Broadway street, thence east on the south line of Broadway street to Fifth street, thence south on the west Hue of Fifth street to" Market street, thence west on the north line of Market street to Eel Elver avenue, thence southwest on Eel Elver avenue to the Wabash river.-and thence northwest along the.south bank of'Eel river, with the meanders thereof, to tlie place'of beginning, .And it is ordered that the elections Iu said nrec'iict be held at the township trustee's office In said ward, . THIRD WAKD. -. ,. >o. o,—AH that wlthliuhe following.metes and bouncLsTto''^^* Commencing at-.he] river on Sixteenth street ' thence running south on east line of Sltteemfe street to Market street, thence cast on nortbllne ol, Mark.-fstrwt to Eighteenth street thence- » .south oil east line of Eighteenth street to Sped? ^ r, 1 .^?''.^™^ ea : st .oi' north line of Si.ejr street to. «$ f SI.«JT street to, , ence north alon eastern Jinnt.s U the, city toEtlriv.r theme snmr f,, ,, , limits of the c4y, thence north alonethe, embrace.}: * ]j -,, within thfifoifowinif"mete!s and" _ ?s^^ss^^«»SasK along said railway to Seventeenth street thence S-'!i,^!! ,''?S '"'e of Seventeenth street to tc^ - Wabasb and Erie canal fed, thence west al< m? said canal bed to Sixteenth street thence nortS <!?J: a J > : t ! I . Jleof Sixteenth streetto Market«reet; 'fist on south line of Market street to" 'entli street, thence south on we.st line of- ilgiteenih street to Spear street thence e stTon south line of M,ear street to eaw, limits of city ilong tfie east limits or Mid city to t; thence west along the north bank ' «sh river, with mejinderi thereof, to T nvr 1 e % apd tlience north on eskt line of Twelfth streetiio the place of beginning AM It fe?d1n r Sl ll f Ulle Ckiaio " s in sdid PW*tattlie ; ', em jn Jhe house now owned byKudflpb Berndt, v ™ o ' • u<f No 029 Se.ventewith.street, In said « <rd rcJ ' a6 ~- A11 ' t;lllt t«rrl' of ' Gommenc- c-lfUi aiid &mc,id strife the south ilue of Smead ™ freetto siweenti 6 treet7tterce:soMh%nte^ uueoibJxteeiitli streetto the Wabisn and Erie ,™ d, thence east on the line of sold cdJial ted ' fl teenth street tJience south on west line of "-"$ ;nth streetto,Wabash Hallwav tbenciw^S -^ ,-. n slreetto c,ijj(i] bc.d to beveirt Seventeenth street to^abash Hailwa thence along said railway to Twelfth street thence " that the elections klloni1 " | the Cm tt ™,m ' at th e above a complete i.-opy of the proceedings of the Council of the City of Logansport, todJa repilar session held in the<onncll th tmersd cltj ouWpdnesJayeveuuigilarclnS, ^91, relative to the establishing ^^of voting .preeincte for the vnrl- .ous wards comprising tto (Sty 'of Logansport ]£. diamuiisthe.sameappeaiBofTecordlryr' .ryor Vt Itness my hand and tie seal of the Cto of gansport. this 39th da j of March, ,] • U j TAGGAHT; Clerk City of log-ansport, Indiaiia. Ladies $500 Rewari Dr. Anderson's English Pemale] Regulatm* 5™,$** ?£ Sllf(!st . ani1 "Oft rcllablo Give thSu a trial and be convinced. At Drug -tore or by mall, post-paid per box t J.UO, s boxes )or $2 50 Mokn ;M«>dIct»e|;Co., ToJtdo, O. For sale in logansport, Ind.byBen Fisher No 311 .b ourth Street, Meiifloh 'paper. feW9d&nSm Oai Malydor Perfection Syrlnee free w Bottle. Prevents Stricture. Cures fto ^fT*^ * to * dny »- ^ k y° ur iOr it. Sent to any address for Sl.OO. ''ALYDQR HAMUF'fi CO..LANCASTEM «r Addnn JOSEPH GILLOTT'S STEEL PENS. GOLD MEDAL, PARIS EXPOSITION, 1889. THE MOST PERFECT OF PENS. Tho most APPfiTTzraTO Jind 'tiTHO' iSOMB TKMPEUANOE DRINK In the world. Delicious and Sparkling. TBT If Ask your Drujrgrt8t or Grocer for iC, C.E, HIRES. •' PHILADELPHIA. Precinct No. 1—All that territory embraced with In the following metes and bi,unds,'to-wic- Commencing at the corner of >:el Hiver. avenue any Market street, thence running east to Firth street, thence southeast to Oak street,then, e south along the west line of Oilk street to Canal street, thence west along the north line of Canal street to Fourth street, thence south on the west line of Fourth street to the vvabash river, thence wast along the north bank of the Wa'-ash river, with the meanders thereof, to Eel River avenue, and thence noithtothe place ol'beginning. And It is ordered that the elections In. said precinct be held at the old brick school house In said ward Precinct No. 2.—All that territory embraced within the following metes and bounds, to-wit: Commencing at the corner of the Wabash and Erie canal bed and Oak street, tlience running e;isr aloiiKthp south line Of the Wahash and Erie cnnal bed to Twellth street, thence south aloii" thewest llneol Twelfth sireet to theW.ihash river, them e west along the north bunk of the Wabash river with the meanders thereof, to Fourth street, thence north along the the easl Hue of Fourth street tn Canal street, thence e'a t on Canal street to Oak street, thence norlh on ih- east line ot Oulc -treet to the place-of beginning And it Is ordered that the elections In said precinct be held atHam Turr's office In said warn. Precinct No. 3.—The third precinct of said wan) Is composed of all thai part of said ward lying sout" of the Wabash river, Including Blddle's Island. II; Is ordered that the election in said precinct be held at Ani;mscarrl:,g,» trimming shuji on Burlington avenue In said ward. rOOKTH WAIUl. Pioclnct \o 1 — \ i ilvteiinon embraced with In the following metes and bo'inils. ti^-wit: Commencing at the rorner of Sixth and Hlsh streets, thuice Tiwnlii^ nmih an lautli s reel lo Finn t street thtmv eist on the m li line ot Hmni street 10 cmtni n i IIP thucf i orlh on the eis llneof Clil on UPIIUI to he Vi ird bimnd in line then ei is! Uoi(,ihp nnd bound m Ihietoeisi limilsr"salri wild th nee southCLSt ilongtb line ot slid w ird t Ee river, thence west aloiifc the north bank ol Ed river with themeindirb Do Yoif Imest or S])BeilMe .- • .;. ;-U-IN- , STOCKS; BONDS. N AND PROVISIONS ? If so, tr'ttr -witn a reliableirni who have had ten years expc--- "ce, and are 1 members of the CtiicMta Board of ' -.i« and Stock Exchange. Who d« business sir.-.-'y-on Commission.-' Refer to Illmoi* Trust and Sa\ ,ngs Bann, Chicago. C. A. WHYLAND 4. CO. * JO Paoiffc- Avo...'..-. -. OMoajyo, IU». We send fre i of charge our Daily Market Report nnd Circular on application. 'merest allowed on monthly balances Notice of Appointment of Trustee Notice Is hereby given tliat I have been duly an- polnled Trustee ol Hugh W. L;mdry. merchant of the own ol ClyniersIn Ca»s Comity, Indiana, lor ihebpupflt of his creditors. .«!• persrn>> having claims are requested to file them lor :dlawance according 10 law, . ' : GEO. W. FUNK, Assignee ' marawstltawStw I CURE RTJPTOB1 DR. HORNE'S ELECTRIC TRUSSES Have Cured lO.OQQ Knptures in 15 Yeaa>. •TsiiffornrtwltliritlonWoruptiTreS yni-s trie Truss cured nio In 3Vi months. ,1; G Pun pox." .Sept. 24, '90. , ^ . :... ....;' Ctotunooea, Tenrlc "Tonr E1"rtrlc Truss cured inyfuntiirP.cftCT "iufferiiia • ISijcars. 3Ins. A. DopgHTy." Ateccon, K: J. Oct. 8, '6t 'lam-cnmJwinml-ahd woll.by wi-arine vonr Kectri* Truss. K. H.ARVJir."Ilttvl8.Clfy,-:lotfa.-.-' A-UIT 17,'«). , £i'th"woi.M'"n'<"' J K1 " i '"'" Tl-n««nii<V Brfl <!o<nWiM!' DR. HORNE.SHVEHTOR. ISO'WAEA'SH AV'E , cmw

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