Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on April 9, 1891 · Page 7
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 7

Logansport, Indiana
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Thursday, April 9, 1891
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STMPTOMS OB IJTZB DISXASKf Loss of appetite; bad breath; bad taste In the month; tongue coated; pain under th* ihonlder-blade; In the back or side—often mistaken for rheumatism; sour stomach with flatulency and water-brash; indigestion; bowels lax and costive by turns; headache, with dull, heavy &ensatio&~ 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 sWn and eyes; dizziness, et<v Not all, but always some of these indV cate want of action of the Liver. Foi A Safe, Reliable Remedy that can do no harm and has never been known to fall to do good Take Simmons Li?er Hejnlalor f —AST EFKECTUAI. SPECIFIC FOR H»l«ri», Bowel Complaints, Dyipepsla, Sick Headache, Constipation, Biliousness, Kidney Affections. Jaundice, Mental Depression, Colic. A PHYSICIANS OPINION. "I have been practicing medicine for twenty yens ind hive never been able to put upavcgeti- We compound that would, like Simmons Lirer Regulator, promptly and effectually move the Liver to action, and at the same time aid (instead of weakening) the digestive and assimilative poirerj of the system. L, M. HINTON, >I.D_, Washington, Ark. ' ONLY GENUINE • * Hai ow Z Stamp in red on front of wrapper. J. H. Zeiliiv & Co., Philadelphia, Pa. IF YOU HAVE 7COOO.OO *jrar I§ being made by JohnU, GoodwlB, t lj o y«^"'l*M Rt " H " t "'l t for ua. Reader, y«u mny noi make o» >nucb, but wv CAQ tench you quickly how toenm from J6 to f lUn tiny at Hie «ari, and ntot'd futyoti go Both sejctft, »ll.aget. In eny pan of ricfl. you can commence lit home, piv- p til your llmc,or njiaro momenta only to IP work. All U Htiw. Grrat I»BJ- 8UUK for every worker. Vfo ^tart you, furnlshlilK Bvervthlnp. EASILY, SPEEDILY learned. 1'AUriCULAlt.S KKKK. Addrcti at once, Sll\SON A CO., K)RTU.NO t ILtl.NH. FINE PAPER HANGINGS INTERIOR D^ORAIORS. f RE5COIRC CHURCHES,.' ,.,ti RESIDENCES, {C. We invite visitors to call and inspect, Correspondence solicited. W. P, NELSON & CO,, 193 WABASH AYE., CHICAGO, ILL. You GENTLE READER. . If yon have Dyspepsia, you tavc hcmrtbnirn wjlb pain in the stomach after emtinsr, yon have headache, are batons at times. >'<>nr bowels are con- Ntiputctl, yoor skin is yellow, yonr • tongne is coated, you have dark circles aronnd your eyes, yon can not «a* what yon like, you do not sleep well, yon are USED UP GEtfERAIXY. Get a bottle of DR. WHITE'S DANDELION .ALTERATIVE. It .will cure yon. Ton can eat what yon like, yon 'will sleep like a child, yonr skin will get clear, yonr eyes will icet brivht, yon will Ret FLESH ON YOI7R BONES and will feel vigorous enough to take anything you cnn lay your hands on. '-Very large bottle for 91, and; every bottle warranted. • oold by B. F. Keesliiig and D.E Pryor. .' A WOHDEfiFTJL BOY. His Long Memory Attracts versal Attention. ITnl- SICK HEADACHE, DCTtIB AGUE, COSTIVE BOWELS, SOUR STOMACH and BELCHING: I f voar food doe* not <w> •Imllulo and you h»ve uo<U|ipetite, Tint's Pills will cure these troubles. Try tbera; you huvc nothing^ to lose, bat will eaia • Ytyorou^ body. Price* 25c* per box. SOJLI> EVERYWHERE. Wallace Chapman, of Kansas City, a Three- Y«;ar-Old Lad, Can Recite Nineteen Verses of Poetry—What the Little Fellow Looks Like. Wallace Chapman, of Kansas City, is three years of age and the manner in which he recites poetry and sing's song's is wonderful, says a Kansas City newspaper. Little Wallace has one of the most remarkable memories on record. The men and women whose nam^s have gone thundering- and rattling- down the ages as beinjj blessed with wondrous memories are not in it with this young- Kansas Cityan. They were older and in fuJl mental development. He cannot read and only knows his alphabet as it comes in a string- of twenty-six verses, but he knows nearly all of the 1891 Chatterbox and recites it off like an amateur elocutionist—with a rush and scramble. The boy comes from a good family, one that has had more than one very strong- .intellect in it. His granduncle was Alexander Campbell,,the famous divine whose name is known in every Christian household; -indeed, it seems that it is from that source that the boy g-ets his wonderfully retentive memory. It is related that Bev. Alexander Campbell once memorized fourteen chapters of the Bible in a few hours for a prize offered by his.father. At,the same time his sister, :Miss Campbell, learned nearly a dozen chapters, and another sister - TWJST AND PASS." | T One of the troubles of life is A Trick That win Give .the NOY.ICC More the breaking of lamp-chimneys. .Th»n.iitti. Trouble. | Needless. Macbeth's "pearl In performing- this trick the novice , „ , , , r *""**• will, according to the New York Her- to P and pearly glaSS are aid, meet with trouble. It is called tOUgh against heat. Pass," and reouires hut . Vxs,i ,,r,'11 „„ ^ *.i. t 1 ' . Y ou will save nine-tenths of NOTICE. "Twist and two picks. One is placed but next «» n \J £r^**ll.v». V'-UV* J.O JJAU/VsI^U. iJl^.^U ' t . to the left-hand thumb and held your chimney-money by using by pressing it against the hand, and the other is simply secured by the right-hand thumb. . The trick is to transfer them from one hand' to the other and return them to their original positions. First with the right forefinger and thumb seize the ends of the other pick, the forefinger being uppermost; then with the l?f.t forefinger and thumb seize the other pick, the thumb being- at the lower end. It is absolutely essential that the latter point should be observed, because it is the key of the situation. In order to place the thumb in that position give the hand a sharp upward half turn and then thrust the thumb forward and downward until it meets the end of the them, " Pearl top fits most of Sane little fortunes harp been rnadeu vrork tor UK, by Alum PnKc, Austin, MIS, «nd Jno. llMin, Toledo, Ohio. «e cut. Othtn flrc doing ni well. Why ot von? Some mm over MUO.OO a iiontli. You <:nn do (he work And llvs u tomfl, wherever you arr. Even be- pinners aro enllly earnlnp frorc SB to *N)»dny. All ijrn. We Knew you how »nd ibm you. Can work In .pint time or all the time. Hip money for work- era. Fn!!itre unknown nmonf: them, NMVamil wonderful. I'nrtlruliir.froB. the little lamps; " pearl glass "' is for " Rochester, " Pittsburgh," "ftuplex/^ete.- ; .;, We make a great many sizes and shaped/all of tough glass. You can 'gJet'jthe .right ones. Talk with jmir dealer about it. Pittsburgh " GEO. A. MACBETH& Co. To the Voter* of the City port, Indiana, of Of lite Change in the IIomidiirie» 11 tlie Voting PreciiK-.m. of Suld City, Atf Made by tlie Conuuoii Council nt 18, 18!)1. Tlie voters of the CJtv of Logunspoit, Cass Comity, Indiana, will hrt-eby take uotfciMliat the fullow- •iiiK order was made by the Common Council ol the City of J.ogmisyort,, cuss County, Indiana, at their regular session, Wednesday evening, March IS, Electionprecincts as formed In the Cliy of Lo- gHiisiiort, Indiana: In accordance with an act of the Legislature of the Suite of Indiana, approved March ti, iss) it Is ordered by Che Common Council of the. City, of Lo- gaiitiport. Cass County Indiana; and llley do now irii MI and adopt Ihe following voting preclncis In turfever.il wards ofthe City of Lcgansiiort, Intl. lo \vl thereof, to a point, opposite Tentjj s-ti south crossing said river to Kace street' tnenw sf ; """<• alone the north-ol Rice streetto---"" street, thence south along the west Hue of EUhth 3 street to High street, and thence wewM; along the-'.f- north line, ot lllgli street-to the pLiceof beglnnlnR * And It Is ordered that the elections in said nn£" *Sm^ a \ thcMclc cfllce bul " ll " s * u Delicio Ask C. E. Hi "V I IforlOBIorrAHnfoltAirEOOr; General m rj NERVOUS DEBIUTT 1 ; We»knei»of Be4y«nd-Itina, Effecr —[ofErroriorEiceMetinCldor'S'oan'', lAMIOODflillj-HMlowt. How tn ralnm »V . imfall]. r HOBS TKKJlTHEKT-B.n.1111 in n . HiUlj tnm 1,0 ilttu tai¥*n)t* Coantrlci. ffrllo tliom, v. Book, rniluntlm Ulf jroaf. ntCrd (wiled) frw, SR1E MEDICAL CO. ? BUFFALO. N. V. ARABIAN die or is BEST MEDICQIES ever iratei both Externaliyand Jnternally.'; It is safe and certain in Its action . For Burns, .Hoisoni ng. Erysipelas, Inflammation of the Eyes or ; Bowels, Earache, Deafness, Rheumatism, Pains in Side, Back, or Shoulders, Piles, Sore Throat, Croup.'or Bronr ehihs. Price 25 cts. and $i. at all druggists, E. MORGAN &. SONS. Proprietors. PROVIDENCE, ft. I. . - . * TBADE SUPPLIED bj ROSS GORDON, Ind. For sale byB. F Keeslinjr WALLACE CHAPMAN. memorized more that thirteen. The man who subsequently hecame known the world over, won the priz^ Many songs and stories were taught the hoy, and he learned them without an apparent effort. He recited them while playing with his blocks or wheeling-his little wagon. Although a stanch democrat, he- heard some one singing the chorus, '''John Brown's Body," and it struck His fancy, so much that he sings it daily at the top of his voice. Master Wallace' is of average size, with a remarkably long head covered with a perfect crown of golden hair. He is a serious-faced little fellow with large blue eyes. He is not as serious as he looks, however, for he will laugh as heartily as any youngster when he feels funny. When seen at his home by a reporter he was anxiously endeavoring to quiet his baby sisters cries by t"he stirring' hut somewhat inappropriate At of "John Brown's Body," whose soul goes marchiiig on. Mr. Chapman read one of the hoy's favorite poems, purposely making- mistakes—for example, pronouncing "pale" for "pall." "No, papa, that's not right," said the boy, and half a dozen similar trials .brought out .the same objection, suggested by his acute ear and peculiar mind.' Mr. 'and Mrs. Chapman have been advised not to teach the boy too much or make him exhibit his accomplishments too frequently. Master Chapman 'is in excellent health, and promises as well physically as mentally. Curious Facts About Bats, "It is a curions fact," says a naturalist, "that bats have the power of directing their flight as well as if they saw, even when deprived of'their eyes. Under such conditions they will fly around a room with perfect ease, avoiding with accuracy the furniture and other ob- jects-ag-ainst which they might be ex- p'ected to strike. With equal address blinded .bats will shun the most delicate obstacles, even silken threads stretched In snch a manner as to leave just space enough for them to pass with their wings expanded. When the threads are placed nearer together they will contract their wings-in; order to.go'be- tween them without touching-. The reason for this is that the large mem- braneous wings of the bat, which sustain 1 him in strong and rapid flight and' enable him to make abrupt tarns, in the noiseless pursuit of insect prey, .are organs of touch of marvelous delicacy, being provided with most acutely sensitive nerve fibers at the; roots of the fine hairs with which the winged membrane is -covered. Through this perceptive means the animal is warned of its approach _to any object."—Chicago Journal LanclnR-Without Pain. The pain caused by- the opening of a boil or abscess by means of the lance is so extreme that the sufferer usually prefers to' await the slow : workings of nature to undergoing the torture o£-the surgeon's knife, and endures severe pain for hours and ' days until life itself grows a burden. To relieve the sufferer earlier than nature would were she^left alone, the lariee mus .beiised—and may be used witliout pain by means of a spray. This spray consists of ten parts of chloroform, fifteen parts of sulpJfruria ether and one'part of menthol. This, sprayed"upon and about'the inflamed portion of the bodv, 'will produce -local ansesthesis in about one minute's time, the numbing effect lasting 1 four or five 'minutes;—Detroit Free Press. THE TWIST AJTD PASS. pick. Grasp it firmly,, separate the hands, and you will of course see that you have transferred the picks.' In order to return them to their former positions you must -reverse the process just described. If. the directions are not implicitly followed the picks cannot be transferred, for they will catch upon each other in transit. If the trick is done with dexterity the picks are made to exchange places almost as if by magic. It also heightens the illusion somewhat to blacken one of the picks in order to convince your friends that there is no deception about the work. • • « A 9 f» 1»«"! bo enrnwl a our NEW lliw oOnrk, HH I I Ri ?, W "I' 1 */ «»« llotKiialilr. !<r tlio« of IVII i IIS ? I ''"'"'-«V>»"B«r ok, mid lit i),elr 111 II I IP -i I own lo«lltfM,wl,rr«vcnlii..y livr. Any "• ."•>•••• • one cnn.do Iti'.irork. • Emr to li-imi. We funiiah OV!r;'thln|r.;Wo >uu-t yon. No rl.k, you cnn ilevoln your spurt! iiunmim*, or nil 3'our lime to tlie work. TJiU i» nil entirely new k-«d,iMid brings won ddrftjl aucceBS to 4'v«rv v\ i.i ker Ileirlnner>nr«eiiriih]ff from J25 to tCU-nerwnrfciinil'iipwnnli! and mom nlW « Illllo cjiierlence. We cun furnl* von Hie employment ancI Uujch yon KIIKK. No »p»c« to explain liere. Full information HIBt. •']'— «IE «fc C'O., AUUUSTA, JU1.VK. Mrs. Allen's Parisian Face Bleach Golden Hair Wash, Mamma Dura, for dcvel. °P'np the bust. Kusma, for removing supcrtiu- ous hair Bang dressing. All poods wholesale and retail. Send i cts for illustrated circular. Full line of line liair (jo«i(ls. Mrs. R.'W,- Alien, 310 Wood. Av., Detroit, Mich. Sold by druggists- Attractive and Promising Investments IB CHICAGO REAL ESTATE TURNER & BOND, IO2 Washington St., Chicago, III. Established 1875. Eeferenco 1st Ml. Bank, CMcafro. We also Collect Rents, Pny Tuxen, JVeKotl- "J*. } "*Mortirii(te I..OIIIIB, at no cost to lender, ana Slunuire E»tau:» for non-residents. Cor- rusponrJenco sol cltcd.anri Riven prompt attention. Maps and full Information sciut on application We offer for sale u number ot acre tracts"ln amounts from $5,000 to $200.110). Termii generally X to ,i»"-f h >'"''"nee 1, 2andSyears,Gporcentinterest. a,,* ^i)?- Te 9 r £ lle , w oll-locatcdtmslnessproperties, and other safe Beal Estate Investments. A number of desirable first morteiico loans for sale, drawing.!! percent seini-annuurimerest. Among Special Bargains in Acres we Quole: 4 acres at Wnshlnfrto n n D |' ! hts, a ' TJO per acre - lOaeresatHlnsdale.Seoo peracre. 40 acres near South Chicago, SMKJO per aero. ' Inside Income-Producing Business Properties, ^lodern offlco building In heart of the city Choice leasenold In growing retail district. Price, ' to '•*»•: B»o , - . Plain enough — the way to a clear complexion, free from .blotches, pimples, eruptions, yellow spots, and roughness. Purify your blood, and you have it. With, pure, rich blood, an active liver, good appetite and digestion, the hue of health follows. Doctor Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery gives you all of them. It is -the blood-purifier. There's no lack of them, but there's ; none like this. It's guaranteed to accomplish all that's claimed for it. In all diseases arising from torpid liver and impure blood, it benefits or cures, or the money is refunded. With an ordinary medicine, it couldn't be done. . But this isn't an .ordinary medicine. It is the cheapest blood-purifier sold, through druggists, because you- only pay for the good you get. Can you. ask more ? The ."Discovery" acts equally well all the year round. GOOD PRUNING SHEARS. Al so lots tn all parts of the clty'on easy payments. huaoo was never vrtniriTtQ fatter than now. J U*l>mcistmenta wUl produce liandsvmt returns. ^^ Okkkxter*! En«Il«h DUmonJ Br*»<L PENNYROYAL PILLS W ^^i* Orlfdnml »nd Onlj Genuine. lw»7H rt'llftbla. LADICC lor Chicbetter't Jtnqltth -^fa- jiwnd Srand lo K«d "id Gold mctkllic ~ xei, aeaJfid with blue ribbon. Talco other. 'JtefKttdangcnnuiulittitit' by'B/X- Keesllng, FlltST WAKB. r>reeIueiNo. 1-All that territory f mUmccd wli liln tlir.loJlowlugnielrsiiiiilbounds,to-wlv: t'ciiiinenc- Inj; at tlieiiortweEt corner of Sjoiraore ami Oila- wa streets, tlieiict-.running west aloiis the north line of Ottawa;street to Tine street, thence south a long the west line ol Vine street to Miami street, thence west on the north line ol Miami street to Plum scieet, thence north along the east line of Plum street to BHtesstjeet, thence, west alonx the tn 'i'ih line ol' Elites Street to Hollimd street, thence north on the east line ol Holland strtetto the. north boundary line of said First ward, and thence east along the north line ol said ward to sycamore street, suiil thence south along the. west. Hue ot Sycamore street to the place ol beginning. And It Is ordered that the elections Jti said in-eclJict Le held In house on Ottawa street on the, southwest corner of lot 10, In B, D. Dykeman's'lst addition to West Logan, in said ward. Precinct No. 2—All that territory embraced within the following meies and hounds, to-wlt; Commencing at the northwest corner of Ottawa and Sycamore streets, thence runnli!}? south along the west line ol'Sycannrrestreetlo.Chlppawa street, thence west on the north line of Cblupuwu street to Plum street, thence south on the west line of f linn street to usage street, thence west on the-north, line of Osaae and wtieatland streets to the Chicago branch ol'thePlttsburg, Chicago, Cincinnati & sr, Umls hallway, thence sciilh along the line of said raUway to ihePeorla'brunch 01:said railway, thence west lollowlng tae north line of saldl-eorlatoancb ofsald railway to .the west limits of said ward thence north to-the line ol the- to abash and Erie canal, thence east along the line of. the, V, abash and Erie canal bed to Holiand street, thence south along the west llneof said Holland streetto Bales street, thence east on the south line of Bates street 10 Plum street, thence south on Plum street to Miami street, thence e;ist along the south -line,' of Miami strei to Vine street, thence nojth on the east line of Vine si reet to Ottawa street, thence east on south line of Ottawa street to place ol beglniiln"- And It is ordered that the ejections In said precinct be held In thebuidlingon the sou Invest corner of the school house yardJn said ward Precinct No.3—All that territory embraced within the following metes and bounds, to-wit: Commencing at the southwest corner of Sycamore andChip- pewa streets, the.ni e running west on the south line of Chippewa street to Plum street, thence south on the east line of Plum streetto Osage, then west on south line of Osage sti eet to Wheatland street, thence west on soutb llneof Wheatland siree.1 to the Chicago branch of the Plttsburg, Cincinnati. Chicago <t St. Louis Hallway, thence south along said railway to Market street, theitce, east on the nonh line of Market street to Eel river, tlience 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 he d at tiie engine house In said ward. Precinct No. 4—All tbatterrltory embraced wit h ln the fol owii-gmetes and bounds; to-wlt- Commencing at the westend the ofEel river bridge;onJIarket street In said ward, thence, west along-the north tank ot Eel and Wabath rivers, with the meanders thereof, to the west limits of. said ward, thence nonh to the south line of ihe Peorlabianchof the P.,"C.,C.<£ St. L.Ballway thence east along the Peorlabranch of the P.O. C. it St. Louis Hallway to Market street, thence eiist .., on the south line of - Market street to ihe place of beginning. And It Is ordered that the elections In said jjreclct be held 'In Bill's cooper shop In said ward. SECOND WARD. Precinct No .1—All that territory embraced within the following metes and bounds, to-wlt: Commencing :ic Eel river on Fourth street, thence running, south on the west line of Fourth street to Eel River avenue, thence southwest on the north line of Eel River avenue to Third street, thence north on Third street to Eel river bridge, thence northwest on east llneof Sycamore street to the north limits of the Second ward, thence along the north limits of said Second ward to the west line of Stevens, Motley and Clary's additions to the city of Logansport, thence north all.ngtte west line of said additions to the north limits of said ward, theuce east ou the north line of said w;trd to Cliftfn avenue, • thence south along the west line of Clifton' avenue to Hantia street, thence southwest alung the north line otHanua street to Ponliac street thence south along the west line of .fontia- street to the north bankof Eel river, thence west on the north bank of Eel river with the meanders thereof to a point opposite Fourth street to the place of beginning. Ajid It is ordered that the elections In said pre- tO-Wlt; %J| ™nhi -;-i,~ ? ; -—All that territory embraced <M within the following metes and bounds, to-wlt "V Commencing at the corner ol fcevemh and High Yf streets, thence running east on the south Une ot "4 High street w Eighth street thence north OD Ui» ,1 east line of Eighth street to Race .street thenc* V* east on the south line or llace Hlrer-t to Twelfth ~ street, theuc* nouth..pn. tin; west line of Twelfth street to ••Broiidway.^trCHt. tbcncc ive^t on the nonh line of -Broaiiway street to Seventh street and thence nortli on the east line or oev*nt!» ' street to the place of beginning. And 't 0> ordered that the .elections of nald preclnci be held at tK 'S u B ci " it corntt r ol "ie scliool liouse lot being lot hSt. Ti])ton's,second addition to LoK^nsjiort, Inlala pj-ftcliict No. 3.-A11 thai territory embraced within the lollowing .metes and bounds, to-wlt- CominrnclDg at the southwest cornel of Twelfth^ mid B oHdway streetji. tlience running soutb ot. the \\-pstUne of Twelfth,xireet to the Wdbash an« brie canal bed. theixte west .ilonj; the ihe line uK s:ild canal Ded to Seventh street, thi nee noitb oa «ist line, of Seventh street to Broadwai street imtj thence eustiu somli line of Bioadwaystreet to pace of beginning. And it is ordered that UK.-., elections in said Kreiiw. beheld it Clem's-hver;, .siable in sUd mail. • inTOf IVAKD Precinut No. l.—Att tlidt territory ,-1 wlLiin the following ineu-s and loimds Commencing at Eel river on '1 we'fil' stree running souijj to IJj.rkut sir.et thence fast oii north line of Jliirki'tttiwt 10 blxteeiitli stieet. thence north on west llneof blxieemb street It, the south bank ol Eel river, and ihente ivest aloDir the f.outh lank•oI-Eelj-Jver. will) uiennders thert- ol. to the. jiiace of. he t lnulng Ji a it is ordered that the ele.-tions In sa d in-eciLCt Le held in tb»- Iront room over drepii's groterv »u n onBrouc- way .street. In said ward. ' Precinct No. 2.—All thnt tenltory raibraclag within the folK.wliig metfts ind bom ds, to-wlt Comnit nclng.;it the corner of Tweltili and Market streeis, the.nce rui.-nli'g cast on i he south Jli,e of Mnrket street to Sixtee, th stuet Ihenu- .souib on the west line of fcixieemh stieet to tineaci ttreet tliencewc.ston.ThenonliJlDeof wneiidMreet lo Twellin svrctt, and th. nee north mi f ,u>t Uue of Tweliih street to:'the..i)l;ice of tfiilnulng Andlr, Is ordered that the elections in sjld jireclDCt b«* WTi'd. at Fitte ?""» stteettu t liieious,elnidW l j rediirt i'o'. ;t.-.i]| tliat terrltorj Fmbrac*<S within the lolloping metes ;ind bounds, to wlv OoDimenclng at , el river on fci.\teei,th straeC thenw running south on eii.st line Of bixteemhi street toifarr et sireet. ihrt>ce ta.st on nonh line of, MaUiet-stTect .to--Kighteentli Direct, thenc*. south on e.-ist line of- Eighteenth strei t to Spear street, thence east on north line ol Spear street to the, east limit* of the e.ty, thence north along me- eastern limits ifUie dry toEelrlvtr lhenee%«s»; iiluiig south bank of Kel river to plate of tegln- nliiK. And ills ordered that the elections in suit} precinct beheld i,, the offlee of the street car- i/nildingiiifaidward.< , ' • Pricinct Ko. 4—Al) that Urritory embraced. ..within the following metes-and bounds, tx>-witj: Commenclng at the corner of the W,ibjs,h,StLonls and Pai'Me railway :uid Twelfth street thence eat!. aloiiKfaldi railway to Seventedith street then«north on the enst line of Seventeenth stn et to tht Wabash and Erie canal ried, thence west aluiiK- said canal-bed to Si.xteenth street thence nortS on east line of Sixteenth street to Market street theuce^east on south Hue of. JSIarnet streetto ' 1 ghthteenth street, thence south on west line of Eighteenth street to Spear street, thenus edi,t on south line of t-peaj street to east limits of city thence south along the east liral« or paid city to \v abash river, thence west along the north bank ol the WaJrash river, with meanders thereof, to Twelfth street, and . thance noi th on eaut Une of Twettth'streetito the piaceol beginning AndJt Is ordered, that the. elections in said preelrctbe held in the house now owned b> Eudolph Berndt No. 629 Seventeenth street, in said wnrd J?recinctNo.6-All thatterriton en braced within thefollowingmetesandbounds,tc-«[t Commencing at the comer ot Twelfth and Smead btreots - theiH'eruiiiiJngeaston the south line of Smead ' street to Sixteenth street, theuce south on the wett line of Sixteenth, street.to the, Wala-sh and-Eri* canal bed, thence east on thellne of said canal bed to seventeenth streeLtheuce south on w est line x)! Seventeenth .street to TSVabash RaJlw ay, thence west along said railway-to-Twelfth street, thejice nortU on the east Hue of Tweltthstreet to the pla< e of t*, guining. . And Itis ordered: that the elections In sald-precinctlje held at what is'known a.s TOpp'-j shoe shop tu said ward. l .he State of ludiana, the County of Cass, the City « Logansportt ss: • . I,Johii'J.Xaggart,vClerkof the City of Logansport. Indiana, do hereby certify that the abOTefca completeiopyoftheproceedliigsof the Commoia Council ot tbe City, of .iogaasport, Indiana, at i« regular session held. In the council chamberof said: city.on Wednesday eveuliig.lJarch 18, l»9i, relative to the establishing of«iting precincts for the -various wards comprising the City of Logansport Jn~ da;ma,asth6saineappearsof^eeord In mj ottlce" witness my .hand and the seal of the City of Lcj- eansport, tils 19th day of March, 1831. JOHN.rTAGG.UnV Clerk City of Logausport, Indiana; Just the Tiling: for Raspberries, Currant* and Gooseberries. The accompanying- picture represents a pair of pruning- shears both-open anc shut which I have-used for two years with entirer satisfaction.- I am, sure ] TIEB animals that are to have young should be given good, clean', airy, comfortable quarters. ; That fact' ong-ht to corn,rQend itself to everybody. ....'. SHEAKS.FOB BtTSH FKUJTS. can do - more work with, them than •with anything-1 ever tried. They come very handy, for pruning, all .kinds'of bush fruits, such as raspberries, blackberries, currants and gooseberries. These shears cut' both ways—that is, when the handles. are open and when shut. -The.only drawback, to their use, perhaps, is the price. ; The least I can: have them, made for : .is 52.50.i—-Popular 1 Gardenteir." '•' ,•:'•.-. ' : ",.' : : ''.' ' ' -.-..•: CJieap Lands andJifomeslnKeti- tu'clsy, Teiiiiesee, ALABAMA 1 , Mississii)i>i ; and touisiaca. On the line of tile Queen'* Crescent Route cai be found H,uou,uou acres of splendid bottom, upland, timber and stock lii'nds Also the -finest fruit and mineral'lands on tli« couthifent. tor salf on favorable cei-u^s. ' J?AfiiIEfij! with all thy getting geiH home li the sunny South, where bllzatius and ice clai plains are niiknowji. . ..-. .. The Qusen & Crescent :Route Is 94 Miles thi Shortest and Quickest Line Cincinati to New Orleans ; Time 27 Hours. • Entire Trains. Baggage. Car, Day Coaches and Sleepers run. through without change. HO Miles the dlmrtesi,- X Hours the Quickest Cincinnati to Jacksonville, Fla. '•' • • ' Time27Hours." ' The only line running Solid Trains and *]eer>ltlz- Cars . ONLY LINE t'KOM CINCINNATI TO Chattanoga. Tenn., Fort Payne., Ala., Meridian Miss:; Vlckburfr, Miss., Shrevetjort, La. 20 Miles the Shortest Cincinnati to Lexington, Kj 6 Hours Quickest Cincinnati to Knoxvllle, Tenn. 116 Miles the Shortest Cincinnati to Atlanta anc Augusta, (ia. 114 Miles the Shortest Cincinnati to Anniston Ala 26 Miles the Shortest Cincinnati to Birmlnghair - ' - Ala. 15 Miles Shortest Cincinnati to Mobile, Ala, Jlrect connections at Now OrleansandShrevepon For Texas, -Mexico, California Trains leave.Central Union, -Depot, Ciocinriatl, crossing the famous High Bridec of Kentuckj and rounding the base of I.ookont MountWi, Pullman Boudoir Sleepers on all Through Train.' Over One Million Acres of-Land In .Altoama, tht* future Great State of the South subject to pre-emption. UnsiirpiisHert i-Hmate. For Correct County Maps, Lowest Rates aids full particulars addres. D, G. EDWARDS, Gen.7 Passenger*Ticket Agent,:: ..----..'•. & Crescent Houte, .Clnclnnutl. ''. -» . cinct be held at wh,it is now known at Schaefer's cooper shop in srM ward. ' Precinct No .2—All that territory embraced with In the following metes and bounds, to-wlc Commencing at Eel river on Fourth street, thence running south on the east >lne. of Fourth street to Broadway str-et, thence east on the north line of Broadway street to Fifth street, thence sonth on east line of Fifth street to,the Wabash and Erie i-amd bed. thence east along the north line of said canal lied to Seventh street, thence north on the west line of Seventh street to Hl]>h street, thence west on. the south line ot High street to Sixth street, thence north onthe west line of Sixth street to Eel river, and thence west alone the south bank of Eel river with the meanders thereof to the pla e of begln- iil-;s. And It is ordered that the elections in said precinct be held at the North street engine house n said ward. Precinct No .8—All that territory embrac d within thefollowingmetesandbounds,to-wlt: Commencing cm tbe south batik of Eel river at the Intersection with Third street, thence running south to Eel Elver avejme, then e northeast along the south line of Eel Elver avenue to Fourth street, thence, south on the east line of Fourth street, to Broadway street, thence east on tbe south line of Broadway street to Fifth street, thence south on the west line of Fifth street to Market street, thejice west on the north line of- -Market - street to Eel'-Hlver 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 the place of .beginning. . And it Is ordered that the elections In saicLprecluct be-held at the.township trustee's plUceJn said waid. ., •••-'•-- THIRD ! TVAKD.- - : Precinct No. '1—All'.that 1 .territory.' embraced with in the following metes-and • bi.unds, to-.wlt; Commencing at the corner of, -JOel Klver. avenue and Market sireet; thence running east to fifth street, thence southeast to Oak street.tben< e south along the west line of Oak street to Canal sB-eet. thence west along the north Hue of Canal street to Fourth street,-thence -south-on- the'west line of Fourth street to the Wabash river, thence west along the north hank of the Wa'>ash river, with the meanders thereof, to Eel River avenue, and tlience noi th to the place of beginning. -And It is ordered thai; th elections In said precinct beheld at the old brick school house In said ward. - - -• Precinct No. i—All- that territory '. embraced within/the following me.tes and bounds, to-wlt: Commencing at the corner of the Wabash and Erie canal bed and Oak street, thence running east along the south line of the Wahash and Erie cnnalbedto Twellth street, thence south along the west llneof Twelfth.. street to thewatiasfi river, them » west along' the north bunk of the Wabash river with the meanders tht-reof, to Fourth street, thence north along the the east line of Fourth street tn Canal street, thence ea t on Canal streetto Oak street, them-e north on the east line ot Oak -treet to the place of beginning. And it is ordered that theeiec-tlous-.m said pieeiuct be held at Ham Ton's office in said ward;. Precinct No, 3,—The .third precinct of said-ward Is composed of all thai part of said ward lying souf of the Wabash river, including Biddle's Island. It is ordered that the election in said precinct be held at Amans carrtnge trimming shop on Burlington avenue In said'ward. - . rouHTn WAKB. . /Precinct No. 1.—Ail the territory embraced within the following metes and bo 'lids, tn-wit: Commencing (it the corner 01 Sixth and Hlirh streets; thence running north on Pontiac street to Kamrn' •street, thenee - east on tbe south line, of Hanna street to Clifton avenue, thence -north on the east 'hlne of Clilton avenuo .to the ••ward.boundary line. Then e. east ilong the ward honndary-line to east limits ci'sliid -ward, theuce southeast tlonjrthe iflne'of said ward t» Eel rlyer, thence, west along- the north bank of Eel riyer. with- the/meanders. Ladies $500 Reward. Dr. Anderson's English : Female\ Eegulatoa!; Pills are the safest and most reliable Give theaa a trial and fce convli ced. At Drug Hoie or T>y mail, post-paid per box $1.00, S boxes lor.42.60 M oka ilTlKllciiiefOo., Toledo', O. ~* For sale in Loganspoit/lnd.bj'Ben Fisher No S13 fourth Street, Mention paper. feb!9d&n3ia- INJECTION _ THE GEMTLEIU/IK'S FRtEKD. Our Maly dor Perfection Syringe tree with men Dottle. Prevents Surleturc- Curt'S Oon«rrlHB» kCd Glwt ia 1 to 4 €tay«> Ask your Brutglrt lor It. Sent to »ny address for »I.OO. Addnw- ^UYDOR MANUF'G CO.,LANCASTER.a /OSEPH GILLOTT'S STEEL PENS. GOLD MEDAL, PARIS EXPOSITION, 188ft. THE MQST PERFECT OF PENS. Do Yotf test or r STOCKS, -BONDS, AND- PROVISIONS ? If so, trunr witQ s\reliable firm who have had ton years experience, and ore members of the Chictink Board of Tr»<lo and *todc 'Exchange. Who d« business strict!? on Commission. „ Refer to Illino* Trust. and Savings BaHK,.Chicago.' C. A. WKYLAND 4. CO. <» :O FooiSc, 'Jlve^lt..:: .Cblaago, JTOs. We send fre i of charge our Daily Market Rcpoc* *£.& Circular oa application! 'merest allowed on monthly balances. Xotice of Appoiiitmciit of Trustee. Notice is hereby given that I have been &l$ a(N pointed Trustee ol Hugh M. LanUn nicraSat of the i own ot Clymersln GBS Ckjuuty, ladlanOfor the benefit of Ins creditors. All persons bji ' . persons claims are'requested to file them' lor alUwanco according to law, GEO. W. TONK, Afslgnee. mar2f)d3t31a,W'Stw ICUREBIJPTtTKI ' DR. HQRNE'S ELECTRIC TRUSSES Have Cured lO.OOT Rnptams In 15 T«ur& "I sntTernfl with A (louii)o ruptiire 5 jnrs Tnrr Eleo- trie Tru^aciirea me In % months. 'J G PmrpOT " Sept 2t 'SO, . Chattanooga, Tear. "Yonr ElTtrtc Trm<t cured my mrtur* 1 after Fi'fferlne IS'jears.- 3D13. A..DouOHTr," ; AI)secon, I> 3, Oct. 8, '3C' •Tarn cured Rrninrt atiri well by "wearing ynur E)cctrl» Truss. B. HAJIVKY.V:Davis dry,-;;Iowa. AHR 17, *00, The only irninlrio EIiif.rtivTi'iinn »inl ttelt Coml»li>« "' DR'HORME;'lNV£NtuR,18aW^BA7HTvE.,'wiw'

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