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1 How wretched is the man who has fallen a victim to Biliousness, Indigestion, Sick Headache, or diseased Liver, with. all the horrible attendants. Look upon the picture. Poor man, being tired of dragging out a miserable existence, he is the picture of despondency ; altogether, he is rather a forlorn specimen. *-Do we pity him? Of course; but at the same time feel assursd that in a measure he is to blame for the bad state into •which he has fallen. A sure^safe, speedy and easy cure can be found in Simmons Liver Regulator — Nature's ^own remedy. No mercury or deleterious drugs, not 'unpleasant to the taste, and always reliable— just such a remedy as you can pin vour faith to without a shadow of disappointment. Read the testimonial, don't take our word for it : "I have been subject to severe spells of Congestion of the Liver, and have been m the kabit of taking from 15 to =o grains of calomel, which generally laid me up for three or four days. Lately I ha'vc oeen taking Simmons Liver Regulator which gave me relief, without any interruption to business." J. HUGG, Middlcport, Ohio. jr. H. zEiLijr^f co., Sou PKOPKISTORS, PHILADELPHIA, PA. FKICK, Sl.OO. •tlmnlates the torpid liver, «tremj;tli- ens tbe digest! vo or^unH, re^uluteu the bowels* and ure unequaled us an ANTI-BILIOUS MEDICINE, Xn malarial districts their virtues aro widely recognized, **s they possess pec* uliarproperties in freeing thesystem from that poiioii- Elegantly tmgar coated. IX>NO wuiull. JPrico, 25cts. Sold Everywhere. Office, 39 & 41 Park Place, 23T. T. Smiff little rortunMhnrebofnmadcw work for us, by Amm Tnpc, Auwln, 's, find JtiO, Bonn, Tok'dO, Ohio, ut. OtlnjififlTedolnfraswen. Why nol you? Some ram over #500.00 a li. You cnn tto ihe work und ltv« t home, wherever you nre. Even bc- n am enilly emiiinfr from £6 to . . and ntnrt you. Can work in npnrc limo il liic lime. RlfT money f rk in npnr . oney for workers. Kiilltice unknown nmonp them. X E W mid wonderful. Pnrttculiin frc«. H.Ilull«lt A- Co.,Uox S8V JPortlnnd.Miaue ZQOno. 00 i year 1§ bolnp mftflo by John R. Good«-tn,lroy.>"-Y.,nt«-ork for u«. Kender, you mny iwi mnke nB Jiuch, but we C(tn L teach you quickly how to curn from *5 to #10 « day at t!io'*inrt, andmora a»you go on. Both aexea, nil apci. In any part of "Amvrica, vou can commence nt home, piv- inc hll vour tlmt-.or spare moments only to iho work. All is «w. Great pay SCI1K for •vcrv worker. Wo start y»u, furninhinjr ^vemhinp EASILY, SPEEDILY learned. ... "-.gijL A KS FltEE. AtldrcM »t onco, IS * CO., rORTLiXD, JLII.VK. PAPER HANGINGS FRESCOI«6 CHURCKES, ...fLBESUESCES, SC. We invite visitors to call and inspect, Correspondence solicited. W. P. HELSOH £ Sir., 193 WABASH AVE., CHICAGO, ILL, THERE IS BUT ONE VOICE In the unanimous shout of the thousands who use Dr. White's Pulmon- aria. It proves that this medicine has many warm friends and admirers among all classes and ages. Old and young alike, shout its praises and declare it the greatest cough remedy on earth. It cures a Cough in less time than any other remedy. It cures Croup in a few minutes. It cures Whooping Cough in ten days. It is the only remedy that will cure Consumption. It is harmless and pleasant to take. It costs 25 cts., 50 cts. and $1 per bottle, and every bottle is warranted. oold by B. F. Keesling and D.E Pryor. _ __ ___ GET WELL-STAY WELL It can be done. If you. MA>, young or old, have »ny Weakness, MnirormnUon, Debility, Our Exclusive Method* &Moiu>)>vlit of Success explained la I OUR NEW BOOK I ited " mel canr cure |UUn KEH PUUIV !.„„ To-day address ' ., Buff ' £ULU JIKIUC'AL, Co., alo, .V, I'., and be D?J.HIIllEflS ^^ ~^ • _^***"^_ ^^^ • ^^^ VEGETAIUE COUGHS AND COLDS. SGc. and SI. at all drnsslsti. E, MORGAH & SONS, - - ProiriBlors, PROVIDENCE. R.I. TEADESUPPLIEDliyROSS GORDON t LaFayette, Ind. For sale byB. F Reesling 1 ONE HUNDRED AND FOUR. Bemarkable Longevity Attained by Mrs. Asenath Miller. Though Entered Upon Her Second Century tlic Old Lady Is as Spry as Most Women of JForty and Fond of Dress as ft Girl. The same year, that the constitution of the United States was adopted, 17S7, 'Mrs. .Asenath Miller,, who for more than fifty years has been a resident of St. Charles, 111., was born. Mrs. Miller, says the Chicago Evening Post, still lives with her daughter, Sirs. J. S. Hampton, at St. Charles, and is brisk and busy, and has by no means surrendered to old age. Although she will be one hundred and four years old August 12, of the present year, she is in the full possession' of her faculties, is cheerful and thoroughly enjoys life. She is a trifle hard of hearing-but still sees well; her memory is good, her intellect clear, and as she has lived through every administration since the government was founded, and has been an intelligent observer, her conversation is most interesting. Early in life Mrs. Miller married Simeon Barnum. She bore him Seven children, and,, as he was a farmer and by no means rich, her early life was the busy, laborious one of the fanner's wife of that period. Being left .a widow when she -was forty years of age, she married Frederick Miller, who was also a farmer. By this marriage she had two children. Mr. Miller, who was some years her senior, lived to be ninety-two years old. Both her marriages were particularly happy; indeed, her whole life seems to have been remarkably free from corroding sorrow 1TBS. ASEXATH MILLER. of any kind, which fact is possibly due, to a great extent, to her exceptionally cheerful and equitable temperament. . "When she was well on in the nineties she declared that it washer ambition to be a hundred years old. However, now that she is well started in a second century, she is still looking to a future and is arranging to attend the Columbian exposition in 1893. Indeed, Mrs. Miller's continued pleasure in.life and her plans for' a time to come remind one of the story of the countess of Desmond, who lived to be one hundred and forty years of age. She had a pension, as the story goes, which expired when she was one hundred years old. In compliance with her request, James I. renewed it for a hundred years. This she resented, assuming that it should have been renewed for her natural life. For a number of years Mrs. Miller's birthday has been observed as a fete day by the people in the vicinity of St. Charles. The 'clay that she was one hundred years old between five and six hundred people called on her. Although she shook hands with them all she was not weary, but for several days afterward was rather more brisk than usual. One gentleman who called to see her on that day remarked that her condition was very different'to vrhatit had been JTist a century before. "Oh, yes," she replied, smiling; ''I could neither walk nor talk then, and now I can do both." Mrs. Miller is exceedingly particular about her personal appearance and her caps are always embellished with bows of delicate colored ribbon. She rises early and works all day, with the exception of a short nap. Her favorite occupation is the piecing of silk bed- quilts. Each of her children and grandchildren, have one of these silk quilts, and she'has also pieced several for sale. A number of her grandchildren are sixty years of age and there are now living in her family five generations. One astonishing fact in regard to this venerable woman is her activity. She moves about with perfect ease and was able only a short time ago to get in and out of a high carriage without assistance. • '< •; -' : The TTork of*a Swordftflh;' The society of California pioneers ar« the owners of a wonderful curiosity. It is a section of- timber taken from the side of-the ship Powhatan. It includes a portion of the "skin," which is 4 inches thick, and a piece of abutting- knee, which is 9 inches thick; transversely through- the whole of this a sword'fish has 'dashe'd his sword, and the portion broken ofE is still embedded in the timber. The sword pierced through 13 inches of this solid oak, and the fish was going in the same .direction as the vessel at that, the ship being under a good head of steam at the time. An idea 'of the strength which must have been exerted can be obtained from the fact'that a rifle six-pounder could not have done more than . pierce that thickness of solid oak. People on the vessel stated that they felt the sho>sk caused by the blow, and thought that they had struck something floating bo- -Death th'e surf ace. The sword is over G inches wide at the'broadest'point, where it is broken off. _ —•A Treat, for the Baby.—Wife—"I wish you'd tell the nurse to wash baby's face and hands and put on his' clean clothes." Husband—"Why, .my dear, are you going- to take the baby out this kind, of weather?" • "Uo, darling-, I thought I'd let him play with Fido awhile."—Brooklyn Life. ALGERIAN ARABS. Some of Their Singular Customs and Pe- ciilliirltles of Speech. I have never seen the Arabs in greater force than at Milianah, Algeria, writes a traveler in that country. A few words of Arabic carry a man a long way among these people. It is remarkable in what a variety of ways a single word will do duty. It is not so much, however, the words as the xisages that help the European along-. I go to an Arab coffee-house at Milia- nah. I am received with a stately dignity and politeness which is never wanting, and which Europeans can only faintly reproduce. My friend makes a favorable impression by always wearing a fez cap and an outer g-arment, which is an. approximation to the burnouse. In the cafe we either sit or squat, squatting being perhaps preferable. All the draught-playing (for their dahmey is very like draughts) is done squatting. It is considered the correct thing to offer each pei'son present a cup of coffee. It is only two sous a cup. and to my taste the coffee was too thick, but I am assured thut it is excellent. Then each of the Arabs desires you to accept a cup of coffee from him, but, unless you are an intense lover of coffee you must put a limit to this hospitality. My friend says that if he is lost at night among the hills, which is very easily done, and where there is always a chance of snakes arid scorpions, it is cheering to see the light of an Arab tent, where he may be sure of rest and security. He has wandered about with them in their tents for six weeks at a time. I have sometimes made a visit to an Arab gourbi, but I find it, a great deal too close and confined. In fact, they all live in the open, and only need some place to creep into for the night. J?ear Milianah, and in the towns generally, there are a number of Arabs who are getting distinctly Frenchified. They have got hold of a great many words of the language; their women, instead of only showing their eyes through gimlet-holes, have their faces open like 'the Franks; the men, contrary to -the injunction of the njpphet, will" take stronk drink, and \vUl even partake of pork if they arc hungry and it comes in their way. I know a gourbi where I arn always welcome if I take English ladies with me. The pretty Arab wife will squat on the floor, kindle a fire, and with incredible swiftness make a cake for us. She is very finely dressed, and will rejoice in a present of a colored handkerchief or ariy cheap bit of gaudiness. The husband prefers solid francs. He bought his pretty wife for about $10, and she is considered cheap at the price. He is at liberty to have three other wives if he can only afford it. He considers that discipline must be main' tained, and administers thrashings freely. I met with every possible variety of Arab. They are always courteous, and generally healthy and handsome. Some seem very rich, sumptuously dressed, riding on horseback or in carriages. They appear at table d'hotes and salons, and hold their own in a most imposing- way. Some are "as poor as rats," often living on a penny a day. They all smoke, tobacco being cheap and abundant, and also good. The smallest Arab gamin will ask you for a bit of paper, and presently for some tobacco; he will then roll up a cigarette and ask for a light.—N. Y. Journal. HONEST is tje very best Some merchants get the best they can; some get the meanest they can. Your dealer in lamp-chimneys-what does he get for you? There are common glass and tough glass,tough against heat. There are foggy and clear. There are rough and fine. There are carefully made and hap-hazard. 9 You can't be an expert in chimneys; but this you can do. Insist on Macbeth's "pearl top" or "pearl glass" whichever shape you require. They are right in all those ways; and they do not break from heat, not one in a hundred. ..,Be willing to pay a nickel more for them. * Pittsburg. QEO. A. aUcMTH & Co. ROOT BEER! IKtlOUlC. NO BOILJNC0R2TRAINING £ASlLYM/JC i TIMS PACKAGE MAKES FIV The" most APPRTTZIN& and WKOTJISOM3 TEMPERANCE DRINK in tho woria. Delicious and Spayltllng. TRY 17 Ask your Druggist or Grocer for IX C. E, HIRES, PHILADELPHIA M fFk A H E?* 1 !! Jean be corned at our NKH liiieafwrjrk, • 1 m3 P W rapidly nntl liun»mtily. l>r those of 5 0 Ss-C -* W eillirr >vx. votinw itr o'ln, mill in their Hi I!*' i I owii]omlillvmWlii:ri'V«ri]ii'y!"T..Aiiy V 8 \_ JTC I one nnn do ilitnvurk. Enwy HI U-iirn. We furniah ovtry tiling. Wo »tnrt you. No r!«k, Vou um ilevute your spare imtnn'tiin, «r nil your ilmc to tint work, Tlili* is mi iMitirnly in.'" 1 lfiid,ntid nrliiffo woiidvrrul KUI:CCH» i<> every M-utk^r, EiijrlHiiuni nr« earning from *'^i to S50 jifrm-ck nut| ul'Wiinirt, uud nion 1 a.ft*ra little uxpurlvncc. We can fun)!* yon [lit- um- Iilovment und lu-ndi you KIIKK. No Bpacuto explain beru. Fuli inConimtiuii KIIKK. T""^TI3 <& CO., AHiLVJ'A, IfAlSK. Mrs. Allen's Parisian Face Bleach Golden Hair Wash, Mamma Dura, for dcvel- opine the bust. Kusm*. for removinc superfluous hair. Bane dressing. All goods wholesale retail. Send = cts. for iiiust rated circular. _ .1 line of fine h.ilr goods. Mrs. R. W. Allen, 219 Wood, Av ( , Detroit, Mich. Sold by drugs;' 515 ' Attractive and Promising Investments w CHICAGO REAL ESTATE TURNER & BOND, IO2 Washington St., Chicago, 111. Established I8"5. Eefcrcncc IstSatl. Bank, Cliicaso. -We also Collect JKcnt«, PnyTiixen.Kecotl- nte Flrttt Mortifnce JLoune, at no cost to lend. er, and Manage i;»tntcH 1'or noa-residents. Co^ respondence solicited and giver, prompt attectlon. Mitpn and full information sent on application. We offer for sale a number of aero tracts in amOQntsfromSJ.OOO to 8200,000. Terms generallj-K to y$ cash, balance 1,2 and 3 years, 0 percentinterest. We have 1'or sale well-located bunlnesspropcrtles, and other safe Heal Estate Investments. Am>mbcr of desirable flrst niortpace loans for sale, drawing 0 per cant seml-anoaua! interest. Among Special Bargains in Acres we Quoie: 4 acres at Washlnston Heights, $1,750 per acre. 10 acres at HI nsdale. S$00 per acre. 40 acres near South Culcaso, $2,000 per acre. Inside Income-Producing Business Properties. Modern office building In heartiof the city. Price {275.000. Choice leasehold ingrowing retail district. Price, H75.0UO. Oilier Investments from $10,000 to $50,000 paying eood rates of Interest. Also lots in all parts of the city on easy payments. "Ohlcaflo tt«w 7ifli)i?r tirmulnQ faxlcT than nfMV. J "vys invculmcnts itiiiL produce liandxamo returns". r Chlchr.tcr'. EngUsh Diamond Brand. ENNYROYAL PILLS _/C~^ Ortllnol »nij Only Genuine. .. -?Sl>X B/IFE, »l»»ja rciidDlo. uvoics unit ffiijjlis* 1 JJrand In Itod and Cy(d me ( CB HcalKj-iriLliblao rlliboo. Tnko Other. Xtftuc rfanjerou* «ull[i[u- ~'ntfafiofu. At DruggiatB,orf)CDd4fi. for particulars, testimonial and ,™v. &r OLoiliem" m t«Jer, by return _la!L 1O.OOO ToKtlmoDlnh. ffttme Paper. 'Cilehc.ter Chemical Co.,lSadUon §q"«je. So«t>» For bale by B, F. Keesllng. Cheap Lands and Homes, in Kentucky, Temiesee, ALABAMA; Mississippi and Louisiana. On the line of the Queen & Crescent Route car be tonrid 2,000.1X10 acres of splendid, bottom, up. land, timber and stock I;uids, Also the llnpsl Jrult and mineral litnds-on the. continent for salf on favorable terms., ' - . FABMEKSIWith'all ttiyuettiiiB get a home lr the t>umvy. South, where bitoJird? and Ice cl:i< pluitis are unknown. The Queen & Crescent Route Is" 94 Miles Un Shortest and Quickest Line , Cincinati to New Orleans Time 27 Hours.. Entire Trains. Baggage Car, Day .Coaches am Sleepers run through without chaw. 110 Miles the Shortest, 3 Hours tin? Cincinnati to JacKsonviile, Fla, Time 27 Hours, The only line running Solid Trains and Throuat- Sleeping Cars. ' ONLY LINE FROM CINCINNATI TO Chattanoga, Tenn., Fort Payne, Ala., Meridian, Miss,, TickbHTg, Miss., Shrevsport, La. 20 Stiles the Shortest Cincinnati to Lexington, Kj, 5 Hours Quickest Cincinnati to Knoxvllle, Tenn.. 116 Miles the Shortest Cincinnati to Atlanta and Augusta, Ga. : 114 Miles the Shortest Cincinnati to Anniston Ala 26 Miles the Shortest Cincinnati to Birmingham . Ala.. 15 Miles Shortest Cincinnati to Mobile, Ala. Direct connections at New Orleans and Shrevepon For Texas, Mexico,. California. • Trains leave Central Union Depot, Cincinnati, crossing the Rimous High Bridge ot Kentucky, and rounding the base of Lookout Mountain Pullman Boudoir Sleepers on all Through Train,* Over One Million Acres of Land In 'Albania, th' future Great State of the South subject to pre-emption. Unsurpassed climate. for Correct County Maps. Lowest Butes and full particulars addres, D. ft. ..EDWARDS. Gen Passenger & Ticket Agent, .;-:.•-. 'Queen & Crescent Route,- Cincinnati. (O. NOTICE. in '.::i' Voter* of the City.'.of i fuirf, B:u!iHIIU, I Of tli<; Chaiijre I" Hie Boundaries ol'tHt Votins I'rftciiict* of S:iid An .'.1 .i<[<: 5/y tlie €011:111011 Council at 'Iliu'lr Ik^S'iUir SUHKIOII, Warcll IS, 1801. I T 1 -e voters of theeitv ofLfvjansport. Cass Conn j ,ly,.Indiana, will hereby takenotice that the foiloiv- j iFigurderw;u<madeuy the Common Council of the ! City of Logansport.Ca.ss County, Indiana, at then I regular session. Wednesday evening. March 18 l.Sl'U. Election precincts as formed In the City of 1,0- gansport, Indiana: In accordance with an act of the Legislature of the State, of Indiana, approved March <j, 18S9, it Is ordered by the Common Council oftbe City of Logansport, Ca.ss County Indliuiu; and they do iio« I'limi and adopt the following voting precincts. In tin-several wards olthe Clty'ot Logansyurt, Ind to ivl FIK3T W.Mtll. yrecliiclXo 1—All that territory embraced within tlif I'oliowlngnietes and bounds, to-wit: commencing ilt the nurtwust corner ol Sycamore ;.nd utta- wa sn'eet.s. ibenceru.'mjiig west along tiie north line of Ottawa .street to Vine, street, thence south along the west line O!' Vine street to Miami .street, thence west on the north line of Miami street to plum stieet, thence north 1 along the east line ol l?lum;street to Hates street, thence west along the north llneof Bates street lollolland street, thence north on the east line of Holland .sirtetto Hie north boundary llneof said First ward, and thence east alone the north line of said ward to Sycamore •street, and thence south along the west line of syea- more street to the place of beginning. And It Is ordered that the elections in said precinct be held in bouse on Ottawa street on the southwest corner ul'lot 10, InD D. Dykeman's 1st addition to West Logan, in said ward. PrecinctSo, 'i— All that territory embraced within the following metes and bounds, to-wit; Commencing atthe northwest corner of Ottawa and Sycamore streets, thence running south along the west line of Sycamore street to Chlppawa street, thence west on the north line of Cblppawa street to Plum street, tbence. south on the west line of Plum street to usage street, thence west on the north line of Osage and Wheatland streets to the Chicago branch ol'the Plttsburg, Chicago. Cincinnati i »'.. Louis hallway, thence south along the line of faid railway to the Peorla branch ol said railway, thence west lollowlng the north line of said Peorla branch of said raliwnv to the west limits of said v>ard. thence north to the line of the V. abash and Erie i.unal. tbence. east along the line of the IVabash and Erie canal bed to Holland street, thence south along the west, llneof said Holland street to Bates street, thence east on the south line of Bates street to Plum street, thence, south ou Plum street lo Miami street, thenoe east along the south line of Miami strei toV'inestreet, tbeuce.noitlionxheea.st line of Vine street to Ottawa street, tbence east on south line of Otiawa street to place 01' beginning. And It Is ordered thai the elections In said precinct be held in thebuidltngon the sou p hwest corner of the school house yard In said ward- Precinct No.3—All that territory embraced within t le following metes and bounds.to-wit: Commencing at the southwest corner of Sycamore and Chlp- pewa streets, thence running west on the souih llneof Chlppewa street to Plum street, thence south on the Kist line of Plum street to Osage. t. hen west on south Hue of Osage street to Vi'heat- 1 tid street, tbenceweston south lineofWhealland street to the, Chicago branch of the Plttsburg. Cincinnati. Chicago & St. Louis Hallway, tbence south along said railway to Market street, thei:ce east on the. north line of Market street to Eei river, thence easterly along the north bunk of Eel river, wiih the meanders thereof, to Ihe place of. beginning. And It is ordered that the elections In said precinct be he ; d at tiie engine house In said ward. Precin ct No. 4—All that territory embraced wit 1 ' in tbe following metes and bounds, to-wit: Commune- ing at the westend the ol'Eel river bridge onilarket street in said ward, thence west along the north bank of Eel and Vaba <h rivers, with the meanders thereof, to the west limits of said ward, tbence north to the south line of ihe Peorla branch of the P C C i St. L. Kaiiw ay 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 the place of beginning. And it Is ordered tl:at,the elections In said preclct be held In Uhl's cooper shop In said ward. SECOBD WARD. Precinct No .1—All thatterrltory embraced within the following metes and bounds, to-wlt: Commencing at 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 Biver avenue to Third street, thence north on Third street, to Eel river bridse. thence northwest on east lineof Sycamore street to tbe north limits Of the Second ward, thence along the north limits of said Second ward to the west Hue of Stevens, Mobley and Clary's additions to the city ot Logansport, thence north along the west line of said additions to the north limits of said ward, thence east on the north line of said ward to Clifton avenue, thence south along the west line of Clifton avenue to Hanna street, thence southwest along the north line ot Hanna street to Pontiac street thence south alon" the west Hue of Pontlae street to the north bank of 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. And It is ordered that the elections .In said precinct be held at what Is now known at Scliaefer's cooper shop In sr.ld ward. Precinct No .2—All that territory embraced within the following metes and bounds, to-wit: Commenc- Iii" at Kel river on Fourth street, thence running south on the east line of Fourth street to Broadway street, thence east on the north line of Broadway street to Fifth street, thence sonth on east line of Fifth street to the Wabash and Erie canal bed. thence east along the north line of said canal bed to Seventh street, thence north on tbe west line of Seventh street to High street, thence west on the south line of High street to Sixth street, thence north on the west line of Sixth street, to Eel river, and thence west alone the sooth bank of Eel river with the meanders thereof to the pla e of begin- nlOK And His ordered that the elections in said precinct be held at the North stieet engine House hi said ward. Precinct No 3— All that territory embraced within the following mete-sand bounds, to-wlt: Commenc- In " mi trie south bank of Eel river at the in i ersec- tlon with Third street, thence running south to Eel Elver avenue, theme northeast along the soutn lineof Eel Elver avenue to Fourth street, thence south on the east line of Fourth street to Broadw;iv street, thence east on the south line of Broadway street to Fifth street, thence south on the west line of Fifth street to Market street, thence west on the north -line of Market-street to Eei 'River avenue thence southwest on Eel Elver avenue to tie 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 lu said precinct be held at the township trustee's office In said ward. THIRD WAIID. ' : Precinct No. I—All that territory embraced with lii the..following metes and- bounds, to-wit: Commencing at the corner of Eel River avenue and Market street, thence running east to Mill street, tbence southeast to Oak street.thence, south along the west line of 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 along the north bank of the Wahash r'ver. with the meanders thereof, to Eel Elver avenue, and thence noi th to the place of beginning. And it is ordered thai. ih» 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-wlt: Commencing at the corner of the Wabash and Erie canal bed and Oak street, tbence running east a)onz the south line of the Wabash and Erie ennalbedto Twelfth street, tbence south along the west llneof Twelfth street • to* the Wabash river, thenop west along the north bsnk of the Wabash river with the meanders thereof, to Fourth street, thence north along the tbe east line of Fourth street to Canal street, thence ea-^t on Canal street to Oak street, thence north on the east line ot Oak street to tbe place of beginning. And it Is ordered that theelectlons in said precinct be h eld a t Harry Terr's ofllce In. faid ward. • Precinct No. 3.—The third precinct of said ward Is composed of all that part of said ward lying soutn of the Wabash river, including Blddle's Island, It is ordered that the election In said precinct be held at Amans carriage trimming shop on Burlington avenue. In said ward. FOURTH WARD. Precinct No. 1.—All the territory embraced within tlio following me»s and bounds, to.wit: Commencing at, the corner of Sixth and High stree's, thence running north on Pontiac street to Hanna street, thence east on the south line ot Hanna street to Clifton avenue, the.nce north on theeast line of Clifton avenue to .the -ward boundary line, theive east 'Uorig the ward boundary line to cast limits hf said ward, thence southeast along the line of said ward' t-nEel river, thence west along the north bank of Eel river, with the meanders,, thereof, to a point opposite Tenth street, tbenc*' south crossing said river to Race street thenoft' west along the north of Race street to ElghthS stree', thence south along the west Hue of Eighth^ street to High street, ant! tbence west along the 1 ! north line of High street to the placeof beginning { And it Is ordered that the elections In said pre- i" ; clnctbehe.Idat the brick office building, at the; * Forest mills. J " ___7 Precinct No. '2.— Ail that territory embraced!' within the following metes and bounds W-wltjJ Commencing at the corner of Seventh and HI"^ streets, thence running east on the south line High street to Eighth street, thence north on the"* east line of Eighth street to Bace street thenceij east on the south line 01 Race stre-t to Twelfth? street, thence south on the west line of Twelfth,: street to Broadway street, thence west on theri north line of Broadway street to Seventh street,^ and thence north on uie, east line of seventh' street to the place of beginning. And 't is ordered" that the elections of said precinct be held at the 1 ! southeast corner of the school house lot, being lot?) 09. Tlpton's second addition to Logansport in said '• ward. vf&>s J , Precinct No. 8.—All that territory embraced* within the following metes and bounds, to-wit-*,. Commencing at the southwest corner of Twelfth*" and B o.idwny streets, thence running south on.'C [he west 11/ie of Twelfth street to the Waba-sli and^ Erie canal bed. thence west along the the line o£v said canal bed W Seventh street, tbence noi ta on : ; e^st line of Seventh street to Broadway street dndi^. thence easl .on south line of Broadway stieet to . place of beginning. And Ills ordered thJt tbe * elections in said i-reclnct be held at ClemS nverv stable in said ward. FIFTH WARD. Precinct No. I.— All thai territory embraced within the following metos and bounds, to nit Commencing at Eel river on Twelfth street thence^ running ,-iom)] 10 Mjrkct sin-et, thence east on* 1 north line of Market street 10 Sixteenth stieet •. thence north on west lineof Sixteenth streettoU 1 the south bank ol Eel river,and ihencewe.st Hong S, , the f,outh bank of Ee! river, wiih meanders tlure-i ,t of. tothe place of beginning. And It Isoideied^m that the elections In said precinct be held Inthe.J Iroiitjoo.n over dreen's grocery store, on Pi odd- ' way street, In said ward. Precinct No. 2.—All that territory embriclng within the following metes and bounds. to-wlt_ Commencing at the corner of Tweluh and Maiket »<i sireeis. thence running east,011 tbe south line ot Market street to Slxtee; th street, thence south oni' the west line of Sixteenth street to Smead street,', thence west on the north llneof Smead si reet to- Twelflh street, and th. nee north on east llneof* Twelfth street to the place of beginning. And it ' Is ordertd that the elections in said precinct be. held at the Fifteenth street engine house In said, ward. Precinct >"o. 3.—All that territory embnced wlibin the following" metes and bounds, tc-wlt: , Cc.mmencing at he) river on Sixteenth street, f> thence running south on east line of SMeenth ,, street to Market- street, thence i-ast on noith line of Harm street :o Eighteenth street, thence south on east line of Eighteenth street to Spear; street, thence east on north line of Spear si reel to the east limits of the city, thence north along the eastern limits c f the city to Eel river, thence wen along souih bank of Eel river to place of beginning. And It is ordered that the elections In s lid „ precinct be held ii, the oflice of the street CJP Lulldlng In said ward. Prtcinct No. 4—AD that t-rrltory embra-ed^ 'if within the following metes and bounds, towit- ,! Commencing at the corner of the Wabash,SLlculs and Pat-inc railway and Twelfth street,thence east /iloriE said railway lo Seventeenth street, thence north on the east line of Seventeenth street to the Wabash and Erie canal bed. thence west along said canal bed lo Sixteenth street, thence north' on east line of Sixteenth street to Market street, thence east on south line, of-Market stieet to Eighth-tee nth street, thence south on west line ot Eighteenth street to Spear street, thence ejst on . south line of tpear street to east limits ofcIlT, "•>" thence south along the east, limits of said city to ,o, Wabash river, thence west along tbe north banlc ,r, of the'Wabash river, with meanders thereof to Twelfth street, and thence north on east line of , Twelfth street[to the placeof beginning. And It &•, is ordered that the elections in said precinct be ^ j held In the house now owned by Eudolph Berndt. No. 629Seventeenth street, in said wnrd. • PrecInctNo.5—All that territory embraced within „ tbefollowlngmetesandbounds, to-wlt: Gommenc- *-* ingat the corner of Twelfth and Smead streets; thence running east on the south line of; Smead street to Sixteenth street, thence south on the vtesc line of Sixteenth street to tbe Wabash and .ErJe- canal bed, thence east on the line of salfl canal bedi to Seventeenth street, thencesouth on west Tine of. Seventeenth street to Wabash Hallway, thencewest along said railwayto Twelfth stieet, thence north, on the e;ist ]?ne of Twelfth street to the place of beginning. And It Is ordered that .the elections in said precinct be held at what Is known as lopps shoe shop In said ward. •J he State of Indiana, the County of Cass, the CItv o Logajisport, ss: I. Oolm J. Ta^gaxt, Clerk of the City oJ Xogatt sport. Indiana, do hereby certify that tbe abovelsa complete copy of the proceedings of the- Common Council of the City of Loganspbrt.. 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