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OR MEN ONLY? ^or LOST or TAILING HAKEOOI>< «n«*l and NERVOUS DEBILITI) ~ kneMofBodywiiSind, Eff«( TormorEieeMMinCldorYounir, Ir-HASHOODTtallj- Hetlorrd.._How to^enlnri^ m{ ,. ItulotilT undliac HOBK TKKATBKST— Brnrfltl In * d«T. •<• UiUij from 10 SUtn ud r«nilr> Conolrlr.. ITritc tbem, a Book, nplufttlm «id proofs mallpd (flealeil) freer A«w» BRIE JHEDICAL CO., BUFFALO, N. v. nUlllEliS ^r __ __^-**^^_ ^^Hk It — VEGETABLE COUGHS AND COLDS. 35c. >nd SI. at all druggist*. E, KORKU & SOUS, - - Proctors, PROVIDENCE, R. I. TIUM SUPPLIED by ROSS GORDON^ LaFayette, Ind. For'sale byB. F ReeaUnf LOCKED IN A VAULT. The Unpleasant Result of a Young Hot- baud's Vanity. In Chicago some years ago an actor and actress—husband and wife—who had grown tired of hotel living-, and •who were booked for a stay of several weeks in that city, resolved to take a suite of furnished rooms and get their meals when and where their inclinations might direct They arrived in Chicago on- a Sunday, and, after some tiresome searching 1 , found on Dearborn street what they sought. Evidently the building had been intended originally for office uses, as in the "bedroom was a large safe or vault of the most massive construction. Instead of being used to hold securities of priceless value, it was devoted to the humbler duty of receiving clothing. The heavy steel door some five inches thick, was supplied with a combination lock. This was a novelty to the wife, who as soon as she had bestowed of her wraps in the safe, began a superficial study of the mechanism. She could not, of course, make out much about it, and her lord and master offered, in his superior wisdom, 1 to explain it "All you have to do," he said, "is to think of a word, shut the door, then spell the word on this dial; turn the handle, and then no one can open it who doesn't know the combination. Now, step in for a moment; I will lock you in on the word 'open' and let you out again in an instant" The wife, who had not been married long enough to discover that her husband was not as clever as he thought, gayly stepped into ti»e vault. "It will be awfully dark and stuffy in here with the door closed," she exclaimed. "Don't be afraid dear; I'll let you out again before you have time to think.'" He turned the handle, worked the combination to "open," worked it back again, pulled at the door, but there was no sign of its yielding. Frantically he again ran the indicator over the letters making the word, but still the door would not budge. He shouted encouragingly to his .wife, but it was evident that she could not hear him. "Was she already dead for want of air?" was the first awful thought, but he remembered that the vault was at least six feet square, and even if perfectly air tight, must contain enough air to support life for some litlSe time. But for how long? It was Sunday. It might be hours before he could find a locksmith and even then it might take more hours to open that dreadful door. His darling might be dead! He would be her slayer! Perhaps the law would call it murder! These thoughts flashed through his mind in less time than it takes to read them. After shouting some reassuring words he rushed up to the landlady's room on the floor ahove, and breathlessly and almost unintelligibly told something of the trouble. "You're the second fool who's got into a mess meddling with that safe," was the old woman's comforting comment. "Never mind that!" he cried. "Can you get her out before she dies?" "Yes, I can. I don't have things about I don't understand; and if I did find them I wouldn't meddle with them." --"Never mind that, my good woman; only come and open the door." "It's easy to see yon ain't been long married," was her grumbling comment, as she waddled after him down the stairs. She gave a few turns to the handle and threw the door open. The •wife was discovered in a dead faint, but evidently still alive. A good many dollars spent in doctors' fees and a present to the landlady to some extent repaired the damages of the husband's experiment, but nothing could repair his eternally damaged reputation for knowing it all. A day or two after the occurrence he said to the landlady: "How is it the door wouldn't open on the combination I used?" "Because," she answered, "you must release the lock from one combination before you can set it on another. You men don't know everything, though you generally think you do."—N. Y. Romance. TRAVELING ON STILTS. A Gascon Takes That Method of Going from Paris to Moscow. Sylvain Donon, who recently started from Paris to make the journey to Moscow on stilts, is a native of Les Landes, a department in the southwest of Prance, where the best stilt walkers in the world are to be found. It is part of old Gascony, bordering on the Bay of Biscay, and consists chiefly of marshy and sandy plains, covered with a hard and stunted shrub and a coarse grass, where the land is in a state of nature and capable only of producing poor crops of maize and barley when cultivated. Most of the peasants live by SYLVAIN DONON. rearing sheep, and the shepherds, male and female, are obliged to use stilts to enable them to get around. They become experts while still young and are able to cover long distances in a short time. Sylvain Donon was brourrht, UD like the rest of the people in the Landes country,, and has been exhibiting his proficiency on stilts in Paris and other French cities for some time past. When he started from the Place de la Concorde the other day there was an immense crowd to witness his departure. He is a fine-looking man and was dressed in the picturesque Landais costume, with the national cap, or beret, and the goatskin vest. He carried in his hand a long pole, which he found very useful to help him athwart the mob that, more than once pressing round him, nearly brought him to the ground. His stilts are a little over three feet high. He walked briskly away amid shouts of "a Moscou," "a Moscou," up the Hue Eoyale and along the boulevards as far as the Rue Drouot. Here he turned into the Rue Lafayette, walking at the rate of about five miles an hour, along the Great Northern road in the direction of Pantin, being loudly cheered the whole way. He expects to reach Moscow in time for the exhibition and to reap a rich harvest; A CAT'S, WHISKERS. They Seem Ornamental, But They Arc Decidedly Useful. Nature is an economical dame, and never indulges in useless gifts. If she gives an animal or plant an appendage of any kind, we may be sure that it serves some wise purpose. Take a cat's whiskers, for instance, vchich may seem to you. to be merely ornamental. They are organs of touch, attached to a bed of fine glands under the skin, and each of these long hairs is connected with the nerves of the lip. The slightest contact of these whiskers with any surrounding object is thus felt most distinctly by the animal, although the hairs themselves are insensible. They stand out on.one side of the lion as well as the common cat. From point to point they are equal to the width of the animal's body. If we imagine, therefore, a lion stealing through a covert of wood in an imperfect light, we shall at once see the use of these long hairs. They indicate to him through the nicest feeling any obstacle which may present itself to the passage of his body; they prevent the rustling of boughs and leaves, which would give warning to his prey if he were to attempt to pass too close to a bush; and thus, in conjunction •with the soft cushions of his feet and the fur upon which he .treads—rthe claws never coming into contact with: the ground—they enable him to move toward his victim with a stillness equal to that of a snake.—South Boston News. Why He Wanted a Nice Picture. A local photographer tells a story of a young man who came into the studio one day and asked nervously if he might have a little conversation,with him. The visitor was painfully ugly, and after some awkward blushing and indefinite allusions he asked the artist if he supposed he had among his samples a picture of any young man who looked like him, but was better looking. "What do you mean, young man?" asked the photographer. "Well," replied he, making a clean breast of it, "I am just engaged to be married. The young Ia3y lives out west. She is going home to-morrow. She says she thinks I'm so good she doesn't mind my being homely, but she wants a good-looking picture to take home with her to show tbe girls.'-—Boston Traveler. . A FINE PIECE OT- INDEED A LUXURY COMES AS NEARBEIhiS A FINE plECE OF PLUG TOBACCO AMONG DEALERS THESE GOODS. ARE ON THE MARKET IN ONLY ONE SHAPE, 3x12 FULL 16OZ.PLUG-THE MOST CONVENIENT T0 CUT IN POCKET PIECESJWv CARRY WHOLE. JMO. FIfiZER : S BM; Louisville, ly. We are a patient people—the ox is nowhere in comparison. Webuy lamp-chimneys by the dozen; they go on snapping and popping and flying in pieces; and we go on buying the very same chimneys year after year. Our dealer is willing to sell us a chimney a week for every lamp we burn—a hundred or more a year—and we plow for him, pay him for goading us. Macbeth's " pearl top " and "pearl glass" do not break from heat; they are made of tough glass. As likely as not our dealer would rather his chimneys would break; " it's good for the business," says he. He buys the brittlest ones he can get. " What are you going to^do about it?" GXO.A.HACBXTS&CO. 2St HIRES IMPROVE!* 2St INUCUIC. NO BOIUNCORSTRAIMHt THIS PACKA.CE MAKES FIVE GALLONS. EFR. The most APPETIZTNO and -WHO1.^SOM3 TEMPERANCE DBIHK In th« world. Delicloua and Sparkliogr. TBT 17 Aak your Dmgffist op Grocer for It. C. E. HIRES, PHILADELPHIA Attractive and Promising Investments In CHICAGO REAL ESTATE TURNER & BOND, IO2 Washington St., Chicago, III. Established 1S75. Reference 1st Sail. Bank, Chicago. Wo also Collect Kent., ray Taxei. Negotiate Flrgt JUorurage L,oan« v at no cost to lender, and Manage Eitatei for non-residents. Correspondence solicited and given prompt attention. Maps and full information cent on application. We have for sala B number of acre tracts in different parts of the cityialso well located business properties and other Real Estate Investments. A number of desirable first mortgage loans for Bale, drawing 6 per cent seoil-annual Interest. WORLD'S FAIR PROPERTY. Corner Midway Plaiiarux & Stony liltmd, BmUcwrd. Finest hotel site near the Fair Grounds, Also desirable sites for apartment buildings and choice frontages near the Parka. Property Along the Line of New Elevated Railroad, Now In Process of Construction. . Comers and inside lota on Oalumtt, Prairie, Indb ana and Wabash Avenues at from $100 to $300 per ft. . Chicago was nevergroivlng faster than now and the completion of the Elevated Road will have a marked effect on property along the lino and ut tno terminals. P dilebeater** En^Unll Dlnmon<J isrMjiu. - ENNYROYAL PILLS -"- Orlrtt»al »od Onlj Genuine. A. SAfc, ml way* reliable. LADIES wk DruRrint for CWcAoitef't linnliiK Dla-t londBrtnd in Jtcd wd Gold mcuOllo' «ie«, sc^lod with bine ribbon. Take to other. ,K<ift(«danijm™B«i4itt<u- - yu andimitations. AtDnigglJti,orsctd**. RtnmpB for jiartfcBlnrs, tesLlmonifcJfl end tellcf for LinlIC*," m fetter, by retMrn ee or . Lfjll- 1O.OOO Tcotlmonjhl!:. lcbc«tcrCiemic»lCo.,il»illi i& Taper. For SHlt? by B. F. Keesllnc, Gbeap JLaiirts aml'Home* Lii Kentucky, Te A LA BAMA E , Mississippi and .Louisiana. On the line of the yueen & Crescent Bouti- cm be Iouncl2,uou.U(in acres of splendid bottom, a\, land, timber and .stock lands. Also the fines! fruit and niluera! lands on the continent for salt on favorable terms. RLRMEKS! wirli all il)v getting get a liome I; the sunny Soutli, wljcrp hUzzai-d* find ice c\»< plains are unknown. Tie Queen <£ Crficeiu hoiiif is 'M MllMi tti- Shortest and quickest Line Cincinati to New Orleans Time 'J7 Hours, Entire Trains. Baggage Car, Day Coaclies urn Sleepers run tliroiiKli without change. 110 Miles tne Shortest, 4 Hours the Qulckasl Cincinnati to Jacksonville, Fia, Time 27 Hours. The only line runnlHg Solid Trains and Tlirougt Sleeping Cars. ONLY LINE FKOM CINCINNATI TO Chattan6ga,"Tenn., Fort Payne, Ala., Meridian, Miss., Ylckourg, Miss., Shreveport, La. 20 Miles the Shortest Cincinnati to Lexington, Kj. 5 Hours Quickest Cincinnati to Knoxvilie, Tenn. 116 Miles the Shortest Cincinnati to Atlanta and Augusta, Go. . 114 Miles the Shortest Cincinnati to Annlston Ala. 26 Miles the Shortest Cincinnati to Birmingham Ala. 15 lilies Shortest Cincinnati to Mobile, Ala. Direct connections at New Orleans and Shrevepoit For Texas, Mexico, California. Trains leave Central Union Depot, Cincinnati, crossing the Famous High 'Bridge of Kentucky, and rounding the base of Lookout Mountain. Pullman Boudoir Sleepers on all Through Trains, Over Ons Million Acres of Land In Affiama, thf future Great State of the South subject to • pre-emption. Unsurpassed climate. For Correct County Maps, Lowest Kates ano fnli particulars addres, D. G. 15DWARDS, ««u Passenger & Ticket Agent, SQueen & Crescent Eoute, Cincinnati. ''. : '" 1 NOTICE, To the Voternof tlic City of |[>ort, Indiana, Of the Cliungc In the BoundnricN cl'tlie Voting Precincts of Suld City, .lludc by tlie Common Council at Tlii'ir Regular Session, March IS, 1891. The voters of the City of Logansport, Cass Conn, ty, Tjidluiiu. will hereby tflkenotice Ibut the follow- liig order was mude by the Common Council of the City of Logansport, Cass County, Indiana-, at their rciniiiir session, Wednesday evening, March 18, 1891. Election precincts as formed in tue City of Lo- guntipoi't, Indiana: In accordance with an act of tlie Legislature of the State of Indiana, approved March 6, J8S9, It Is ordered by the Common Council ol the City of L,o- pmsport, Cuss County IndUuia; and they do now form and adopt the following voting precincts, in u,o several wards of the City of Logiinsport, Ind. to wi FIRST WAUD. j'recinctNo. 1—All that territory embraced within the foUowIngmetes and bounds, to-wlc Commencing auhenortwest corner of Sycamore hiid oua- wu streets, thence running west along the north line of Ottawa street to Vliie street, thence south along the west line of Vine street to Miami street, thence west on the north line ol Miami street to Plum street, thence north along the east line of Plum street to Bates street, thence west along the north line of Bates street to Holland street, liience north on the east line of Holland streetto the north boundary line of snld First ward, and thence east along the north line of said ward to Sycamore street, and thence south along the west line of dyca- more, street to the place of beginning. And It Is ordered that the elections In suld precinct be held In house on Ottawa street on the southwest corner of iot 10, inD. D. Dykeman's 1st addition to West Logan, In said ward. Precinct No. 2—All that territory embraced within the following metes and bounds, to-wlt; Commencing at the northwest comer of Ottawa and Sycamore streets,.thence running south along the west line of Sycamore street to Chippawa street, thence west on the north line of Chlppawu. street to Hum street, thence south on the west line of Plum street to usage street, thence west on the north line of Osage and Wheatland streets to the Chicago branch of the Pltlsburg. Chicago, Cincinnati <t bt. Louis Hallway, thence south along the line of said railway to the Peorla branch of said railway, thence west, lollowlng the north line of said Peorla branch of saki railway to the west limits of said ward, thence nortluo the line of the' W abash and Erie canal, thence east along tae line of the NVabush. and Erie canal bed to Holland street, thence south along the west line of said Holland street to Bates street, thence east on thesouth line of Bates street to Plum street, thence south on Plum street to Miami street, thence east along the south line of Miami stret to Vine street, thence north on the east line of Vine street to Ottawa street, thence east on south line of Ottawa street to place of beginning. And it is ordered that the elections in said precinct be, held hr.the buidling on the southwest corner of the school house yard in said ward. Precln ct No. 3—Al l that territory embraced within the following metes and bounds, to-wit: Commencing at the southwest corner of sycamore and Chippewa streets, thence running west on the south line of Chlppewa street to Plum street, thence south on the east line of Plum streetto Osage, then west on south line of Osage street to Wheatland street, thence west on south lineof Wheatland street tu the Chicago branch ol the Plttsburg, Cincinnati, Chicago & tit. Louis Railway, thence south along said railway to Market street, thence eiist on the north line of Market street to Eel river, thence easterlyalong the north bank of Eel river, with the meanders thereof, to the.place of .beginning. And it is ordered that the elections in said precinct be, held at tae engine house in said ward. PrecinctNo. 4—All that territory embraced within thefol owiugmetes and bounds, to-wlt: Commencing at the westend the ofEel river bridge onMurket street in said ward, thence west along the north bank of Eel and Waba*h rivers; with the meanders thereof, to the west limits of said ward, thence north to the south line of the Peorla branch of the P C.. C. & St. L. Railway thence' east along the Peoriabranch of theP.C. C. <t St Louis Railway to Market street, thence east on the south line of Market street to the place of beginning. And it is ordered that the elections in said preclct be held in Uhl's cooper shop In said ward. SECOND WARD. Precinct No .1—All that territory 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 Elver 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, llobley and Clary's additions to the city of Logansport, thence north along the west line of said additions to the north limits ol 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 streetto Pontlac street thence south along the west Une of Pontlai! street to the north bunk 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 Schaefer's cooper shop in seld ward. Precinct No 3—All that territory embraced within the following metes and bounds, to-wit: Commencing at Eel river on Fourth street, thence running south on the east line of Fourth street to Broadway street, thence east on the north line of Broadway street to Fifth street, thence sonth on east line of Fifth street to the Wabash and Erie canal bed, thence east along the north llneof said canal bed to Seventh street, thence north »n the west line of Seventh street to High street, thence west on the south line of High street to Sixth street, thence north on the west line of Sixth street to Eel river, and thence west alone the south bank of Eel river with the, meanders thereof to the pla e of begln- nlug. And It is ordered that the elections in said precinct be held at the North street engine house in said ward. Precinct N o J-A11 that territory em braced with In the following metes and bounds, to-wlt: Commencing mi tne south bank of Eel river at the intersection with Tcird street, tnence running south to Eel Kiver avenue, thence northeast along the soutli line of Eel River avenue to Fourth street, thence iouthon the east line of Fourth street-to Broadway street, thence east on the south line of Broadway street to Fifth street, thence sonth on the west line of Fifth street to Market street, thence west on tne north line of Market street to Eel River avenue, thence southwest on Eel River 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 said precinct be held at ;he township trustee's olllce in said ward. THIRD WARD. Precinct No. 1—All that territory embraced with in the following metes and bounds, to-wlt: Commencing at the cower of Eelftiver avenue atd Market street, thence running east to Fifth street, thence 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, thence south on the west line .of Fourth street to the Wabash river, thence-west along the north bank of the Wabash river, with the meanders thereof, to Eel River avenue, and thence north to the place of beginning. And It is ordered that the elections In said precinct be Held at the old brick school house in said ward. Predict 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, thence running east alone the south line of the Wttbash and Erie Ciinal bed to Twelfth street, thence south along the west llneof Twelfth street to theWabasb river, thence- west along the north bank of the Wabash river with the meanders thereof, to Fourth street, thence north along the the east line of Fourth street to Canal street, thence ea«t on Canal streetto Oak street, thence north on the east line ot Oak street to the place of beginning. And It is ordered that theelectlons In said preeluct be held at Harry Torr's office In said ward. Precinct No. 3.— The third precinct of said ward :s composed of ;ill that part of said ward lying south of the Wabash river, including Biddle's sland. It is ordered that the election in said precinct be 3eld at Amans carriage trimming shop on Burlington avenue In said ward. JTOUKTH WARD. Precinct No. 1.—AI) the territory embraced within the following metes and bounds, to-wit: Commencing at the corner of Sixth and High streets, ; thence running north on Pontlac street to Hanna street, thence east on the south line of Hanna street to Clifton avenue, thence north on the east line of Clifton avenue to the ward boundary line,. thence east 'tlong the ward boundary line to east limits of s:iid ward, thence. southeast along the line of said ward t« Eel river, thence west along the north bank of Eel river, with the meanders thereof, to a point opposite • Tenth street; thenc* south crossing said river to Race street, taente .'• west along the north of Race street to Eighth- street, 1 hence south along the west Hue of Eighth . street to High street, and thence west along the north hne or High street to the place of beginning. , And it is ordered that the elections in said precinct be held at _lhe, brick office buildings at the Forestrnills. . - .' Precinct No. '2.— All that territory embraced'. -within the following metes and bounds, uvwit- Commencing at the corner of Seventh and High streets, thence, running east on the south line of High street to Eighth street, thence north on the east line of Eighth street to Race street, thence '• east on the south line ol Race street to Twelfth street, thence south on the west line of Twelfth street to Broadway street, thence west on the north line of Broadway street to Seventh, street, and thence north on tne east hne of Seventh street to the place of beginning. And it is ordered that the elections of said precinct be held at the • southeast corner of the school house lot, being lot 69. Tipton's second addition to Logansport, in said ward. • . -. . Prec'.nct No, 3.— All that territory embraced within the following metes and bounds, to-wlt; Commencing at the southwest corner of Twelfths and B Oddway streets, thence running south on the west line of Twelfth sireet to the Wabash andl F.rle canal bed. thence west along the the line ot said canal bed to Seventh street, thence north oik eiist line of Seventh street to Broadway street.andi thence east on south llneof Broadway street to place of beginning. And it Is ordered that the elections in said i>recinct be held at Clem's livery stable in said ward, WARD Precinct No. J.— All that territory' embraced within tlie following met*s and bo'.mds, to-wit: Commencing at Eel river on T welfth street,thence running south to Market sin et. thence east on • north line of Market street to Sixteenth street. thence north on west line of Sixteenth street to the south bank of Eel river, and thence west along the south bank of Eel river, wlih meanders thereof, to the place of beginning. And It Is ordered . that the elections in said precinct be held In the tront room over (ireen's grocery store, on Broadway street, lu -said ward. PrecinctNo. 2.— AH that territory embracing within the following nines and bounds, to-wlt: Commencing at the corner of Twelnh and Market streets, thence running east on the south line of Market street to Slxteer th street, thence south on the west line ol' Sixteenth street to Sniead street, thence west on the north line of Smead sireet to Twelfth street, and thence north on cast line of Twelfth street to the place of beginning. And it Is ordered that the elections in said precinct be held at the Filteenth street en t iue house in said ward. Precinct Ko. 3.— All that territory embraced within the following metes and bounds, to-wii: Commencing at he) river on Sixteenth street, thence running souli) on east line, of .Sixteenth street to Market street, thence fast on north line of Market street to Eighteenth since, thence south on east line of Eighteenth street to Spear street, thence east on north line of Spear street to the east limits of the city, thence north along the eastern limits of the city to Eel river, thence west along south bank of Eel river to place of beginning. And It Is ordered that the elections In salfl precinct beheld ii. the office of the street car. tmildlng in said ward. Precinct No. 4— AD that t-rrltory embraced within the following metes and bounds, to-wit: Commencing at the corner of the Wabash,St.Louls and Pacific railway and Twelfth street, thence east along *ald railway to Seventeenth street, thence north on the east line ol. Seventeenth street to the Wabash and .Erie canal bed, thence west along said canal bed to Sixteenth street, thence north on east line of Sixteenth street to • Market street, thence east on south llneof Market streetto Eighthteenth street, tbence south On west line Of Eighteenth street to Spear sireet, thence east on south line of spear street to east limits. .of city, thence sonth along the east limits ol said city to Wabash river, thence west along the north bank of the Wabash river, with meanders thereof, to Twelfth street, and thenceforth oncast'lirie of Twelfth street[to the place of beginning. And it ts ordered that the elections In said precinct b> held In the house now owned by Rudolph Berndt, No. 629 Seventeenth street, in said w^rd. PreemctNo.5— All thatterrltory embraced within thefollowiD(rmetesandbounds,to-wit: Commencing at the comer of Twelfth and, Sniead streets, thence running east on tbe south line of Smead: street to Sixteenth street, thence south on the west line of Sixteenth streetto the Wabash and 1 Erie canal bed, thence east on the line of said canal bed to Seventeenth street, thence south on west line, of Seventeenth street to Wabash Railway, thence west along said railway to Twelfth street, thence north 1 on the east line of Twelfth street to tbe place of beginning. And it is ordered that the elections In said precinct be'heldatwhat is known as Topp's shoe shop In said ward . Ihe state of Indiana, the County of Cass, the City is Logansport, ss: - . * I, JohnJ.Taggart, Clerkof the City of Logansport, In diana, do hereby certify that the above Is a complete copy of the proceedings of the Common - Councilof the City of Logansport, Indiana, at a; regular session held in the council chamber of said! city on Wednesday evening March IS; 1891, relative to the establishing of voting precincts for the various wards comprlslngthe City of Logansport, In^- diana, as the same appears of record In my office! Witness my hand and the seal of the City of Lo» gansport, this 19th day of March, 1891. [SEAL.] JOBNJ.TAGGAKT, Clerk City of Logansport, Indiana. S TOPS ALL unnatural discharges in 24 hours. s Gonorrhea, in 3 days. No Stricture NoBaio. 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