Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on April 25, 1891 · Page 7
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 7

Logansport, Indiana
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Saturday, April 25, 1891
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How's Your Liver? Is the Oriental salutation, knowing that good health cannot exist without a ; healthy Liver. "When the Liver is torpid the Bowels are sluggish and constipated, the food h'ea in the stomach undigested, poisoning the blood; frequent headache ensues; a feeling of lassitude, despondency and nervousness indicate how the whole system is deranged. Simmons Liver Regulator has been the means of restoring more people to health and happiness by giving them a healthy Liver than any agency known on earth. It acts with extraor- dinarypower and efficacy. NEVER BEEN DISAPPOINTED. As a general femily remedy for Dyspepst*, Torpid Liver, Constipation, etc., I harcUy ever use anything else, and have never beer, disappointed in the effect produced: it seems to ba almost a perfect cure for all diseases of the Stomach and Bowels W. J. MCELEOY, Moco'n, <3a> Advice to tlie Aged. Arc brings infirmities, snch as sine* elan bowels, weak kidneys and bladder and torpid liver. Titfs bave a specific of feet on these organs, stimulating the bowels, giving; natur- »1 dlscbarg-ut without straining o» griping, and IMPARTING VIGOR JUST THE MAN FOR THE PLACE. The wealthy man lg often the most burdened. Sometimes I wisti I could find a man to ta&e tio responsibility and duties of my fortune off .my hands.— Russell Sage, in A recent Interview. II you sought a \varrior, a son of Mars, Who should come through the glare of tho cannon's fiama With a glorious name that should sblno lika the stars On the azure field of a deathless fame; If .you J-tshcd me to find him, woll, I'd confess That 1 felt myself unprepared for the charge. My acquaintance with men of this measure, I guess, For obvious reasons, is not very larjje. If you sought a man who could found a state, And grow an empire out of his Drain, Who would steer the rudder of stubborn fate Through tho whirlpool swash of an untriod main; If you wished me to find and to introduce This ehap to tho public to make his bow, I would like to oblige, but would have to refuse. For he's not very numerous just now. If you wanted a man who could write a song That would echo on through the years sublime, That would cheer men's souls like the resonant gong That tells to the toller it's dinner time; If you wished me to flnd him, why, I should decline To hunt so elusive a fellow as he, For in this age of the world, I opine, He's the stubbornest kind of an absentee. But you seek a man who'll assume the weight Of your countless wealth, my good millionaire, I know him, I know him, and hasten to state Ho is ready to tako all your burden and care. Do you want him at once? You will flnd him at homo— He'll accept and won't take a day to decide: Just write to the fellow who wrote this pome- He will tell you a man who is Qualified. —S. W. Foss, in Yankee Blade. JACK'S MOTHER-IN-LAW. mat she hardly dared address Jack lest he think her a meddler. Jack read those funny stories too and the fellows jolted him, and he began to pose to them as a man with a mother- in-law, for'men usually like to pose as something and he was tired of being simply a "good fellow." So he beg-an to take a great many of his dinners down-town and,stay out late at night, telling Alice and her njother that his business worried him terribly and needed his constant attention. He didn't lose any flesh over these business troubles, but he talked about them a great deal and got a'lot of sympathy at home. One day Alice's mother went down to her home on a business errand. It was rather a mysterious affair, but Alice was too much taken up with, baby to. notice her mother's nervousness, and nobody else paid any attention to her. At night she returned, pale and tired, with a little oilskin bag pinned securely in her pocket Jack did not come home that night; ic telephoned Alice that business was Dressing, and then he went to the theater with some of his friends. The next day the old lady prepared 'or another expedition. She hated to )other Alice, so she set off alone without telling her plans. She was not used o the city and after many mistakes and much walking she reached Jack's iffice. The Pathetic Tale of a Victim an Old Joke. of to tbe kidneys, bladder TJiey are adapted to old o and liver, young. SOJLJD EVERYWHERE. llttlfl fortunc*hQ*«bMnm«deftr worit for na, by Amift PngCt Au«tlq t •, and Jno. Bonn, Toledo, Ohio. S6t-cut. Othersairdolnfruwoll.Whr ou? Somsrnm ovcr*500.00 a monlh. Voiic-ndoiheworkandHvB t liorno, wherever you are. Even b«_ glnnen arc Rfttllv earning from *5 to #10«dflj. All apes. "VVonhovr you how and Btnrt you. Can work in »niiro tlmft or all the tfm«. Hip mohcy ^Or worker*. Fulltw« unknown nmOnfr them. iJ'" mid wonderful. PartlculnrB frc o.,Box SCOflO.OO Lyparls belnfrmodo by John R. Goodwln,VroT,N.Y.,ttt work for mi. Itc«d«r t yi>u m«y n*i make a* Jiuch, but we can ;t*nch you quickly how to cam from $& to a day at the sun, and mor« RI you po . Both sexes, all aged. In ony part of racricd, you can commence at home, p(v, iK Ail your thne,or *p»re mamenU only to ho work. All 1« new. Great pay SUItKfor fvery worker. *VV« start you, furnishing evcrythlnK- EASILY. SPEEDILY learned. FAtCTlGULAKS FllEE. Address at onco, STIXSON A CO., 1-ORTUKD, PAPER HANGINGS I'REoCDiriS CHIiRCKES. ...fE RESIDENCES. 50. \Vfc invite visitors LO call and inspect, Correspondence solicited. W. P, HE1SON & CO., 193 WABASH AYE., CHICAGO, ILL, Baby is Better SHE GOT SICK IN THE NIGHT WITH CBOtTP. WE ALL THOUGHT SHE WOULD DIE. MAMA GAVE HEE DR. WHITE'S rtTLMONAEIA AND IT CUBED HEB SO QUICK. This great medicine is a safe and certain specific for Croup, and should always be kept in the house .where there are children. It is the most wonderful cough remedy in the world. Three sizes, 25 cts., 5O cts. and $1, and every bottle warranted. oold by B. F. Keesling and D.B Pryor. HE DID-HE DIDN'T! Five years ago bath loxght oar »drice, We cure all WEJLX- KmzS ft DISEABIE OF MEK. I OUR NEW BOOK I explMnsall. Iti ad vice Is Vital. Preoforlfm«fd time. Doc't Trifle with Disease! KBDE SIEIH ICAX. CO., BafliUo. ST. IT. Don't fall to HEED OUR WORDS! ARABIAN I 'die Of ttt BEST MEDICINES mi MM FOR FBaK? & MEDIATE R OOP IS UBff PAIN AND INFLAMMATION, b«th ExtemaJIyand Internally. It is safe and certain in its action. For Bums, Poisoning, Erysipelas, Inflammation of the Eyes or Bowels, Earache; Deafness, Rheumatism, Pains in Side, Back, or Shoulders, Files, Sore Throat, Croup, or Bronchitis. Price 25 cts. and Hi. at all drasKists. I. MORGAN A SONS, Proprietors, PROVIDENCE, L f . . - '• TBUMESCPMrEDbjr ROSS GORDON, LaFfcyetto, Ind. For sale byB. F Keesliugr - Jack's mother-in-law was coming- to make them a visit. Jack had married Alice down in the .country, where he had gone one summer for the fishing. He had been so much in lo-ve with Alice that he had not paid much attention to her mother during 1 their courtship; and, to tell the truth, he had almost forgotten about her since. She seemed to Jack a g-ood old soul, but rather tiresome and poky. Now, there was nothing- poky about Jack's set. Even the old women whom he knew were "up-and-a-coming-," as he used to say, so Alice's mother with her quiet ways and almost ravish devotion to her pretty daughter had impressed him more as an adjunct to Alice than any thing- else. And now she was coming- to visit them. He had not thought of her since five months before, when he had made some excuse to get out of accompanying Alice down to see her. Alice was one of those selfish little women who often make the most devoted of wives. Just as her mother had worshiped and waited upon her she adored and petted Jack, but there was no room in her heart for any ojxe else except her baby. They had been married a year now, and a little Jack had recently come to them—a red-faced, bald-headed baby—but Alice was very proud of him, aq*l she wro'te for his grandmother to come and see him. Jack was the best-hearted fellow in the world, but he had been brought-up very differently from these simple country people. Sometimes he was a little bored even by Alice, although he loved her dearly; but her mother! he was sure he could not stand that, and so he planned to be at home as little as possible during her stay. The gentle old lady felt strange and out of place in Alice's home. The busy city doctor, the pompous nurse, the servants were all so different from the people she had known, and Jack—she was terribly in awe of Jack. Alice was full of plans and projects for the baby, and her mother was left a great deal to herself. The poor old lady strayed about lonely and homesick in the great rooms, feeling that they all, even Alice, seemed like strangers to her—all but little Jack. Babies are babies, rich or poor, city or country—and she had nursed a good many of them in her day and she did not feel shy with little Jack. And he was part hers— her little grandson. She wished that they would send the nurse away and let her care for him. She held him in her arms and rocked him and crooned an old : song in a cracked little voice, quite forgetting that the dignified nurse was in the room. And the nurse's heart softened toward the dear old lady as she heard the song-—for her own mother had sung just sucli songs over her years before. It happened to be at this time a sort of between seasons for the funny men on the newspapers—that is, too late for the annual ice jokes, and a little early for the ones about the coal-dealer—so they ran in all the old mother-in-law : stories of the last decade. Alice's mother read the daily papers from end to end. There was much in them that she neither liked nor understood, but reading- helped to pass the time, and she had so much time. She had always subscribed for the little sheet that had come out at "Green's Corners" every Saturday for forty years, but that was purely local. Another man had once bid for trade there, but. old Johnson, the ^"Ed.," had told him that he had furnished the brains for that town and had set his own type'for forty years and that neither his brains nor his fingers showed any signs of giving out for so'me time yet. So the Bulletin went on in the old way, giving 1 the deaths aad marriages and town topics, and the mother-in-law joke had never penetrated to its columns; and thus it came that to one reader these paragraphs were a novelty. She pondered much over them, poor woman. She knew that there were such women—Andy Clumm's wife down at the "Corners" was a terror; and the report was that Joe James' mother-in- law made it so hot for Joe that he had 1 to leave. 'Butthen .Andy was shiftless and Joe was a drunkard.' It seemed cruel to.her .that the men who.wrote the papers rated all mothers-in-law with such as they, and she grew so sen- j.tiye about her own relation to him She was shown into his private room. It did not look as though he were suffering for want of money. There were soft rugs and luxurious chairs, and the box of cigars on the table was of the very best Two of his friends were with him and the air was dense with smoke. A bottle of wine stood open and it must have been that the fumes of that had made him a little dull, for he could scarcely comprehend that his mother-in-law stood before him. When at last he did understand it and she had whispered her errand a flush of shame went from his forehead to his very toes. She was sorry for him. She, whose name he had made a jest with these friends of his; she was afraid that she had been a burden an extra expense to him. She knew his business worried him, and she had mortgaged her little home and had brought him the money to help him out of his embarrassment; and she was planning to live carefully enough to lift the mortgage so that in time little Jack should have a home whatever happened. One by one her words worked themselves into his muddled brain; and a dim vision of the little one-story-and-a-half cottage, where he had courted Alice, came before him. He put his arms around her and led her to a chair, telling her that he could not talk of it just then, but that she had saved him. He didn't say from what, and if she thought it was from financial ruin it was just as well. Then he put on his hat and coat, and, calling 1 a carriage, said he would go home with her. He helped her gently into the carriage, and then excused himself for a moment and went back to tell the "boys" that the baby was sick and that Alice was worried and had sent for him to come home.—Chicago Tribune. We are a patient people—the DX 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?" Plttsbnrg. GEO. A. MACBETH & Co. NOTICE. To tho Voter* of the CItv of ll>ort, Indiana, frlS^M.S'^ TemhstoetltllW the^ Or the Change In the HouiularU-K . Voting .Precincts of Said City, AN Miirte l>y the Common Council at Tliclr ll«^n:ar NCKKHHI, March is, isai. The voters of the City of Logansijort. Quss Conn- iy, Indiana, will )jcrel>,v tatajioiice that the 1'ollow- IijK order WSLS made by Hie Common Council ol the CityofLogiiiisport.CassCouiity, ' " north hne of HlgZ, .slreS totto ^oTbeSnVnrf And it Is ordered that the elections In said ^"e^i| 25e HIRES' IMPROVED 25c ROOT BEER! INtlDUIC. NO BQIUNCDRSTRAINING EASILYMADC THISPACKA.CE MAKES FIVE GALLONS, , . Indiana, at their evening, March is, Precinct within the ^T/Vf 1 "^" 1 ^^^ 01 ^™^^^!™^ HM^,- l0b ?" c V,^' n n « e™ 1 °>Uhe south llneot-:* njoii sutei to jiighlii street, thence north on the'«¥ east line ol Ughth .street to Race street thoncB "'••£' east on the south line 01 Race street to - : * street, thence south on the west line of ' nS » ! S,^ e »t^Sh 0 P find tbencs nonh on we east line of street to the place ofbeginnlng. And 't Is oraei thiit the elections of said precinct be held at t southeast corner of the school house lot be^g' 09. Tipton's second addition to Logansportm < u. °- 3 '~ An tliat territory within the following metes and bounds tvit. Commencing at the southwest corner ol Tvveilth ^ amis o,idwaj street*, tlience. runnlui; soutl:Ton •"%& the west line r,r Twam i. « *..», »- .J,i «?..,?.r?. u OI J •'<« ..-_ session, Wednesday 1891. flection precincts as formed gansport, Indiana: Injieeoi'danceKjtlian act of the Legislature In tlie City of Lo- ol The most APPI3TIZIN& and WHOIiZSOMa TEMPERANCE DRINK to the world. Delicious and Sparkling. TKY J7 Ask your Druggist or Grocer for ii, C.E.HIRES, ""PHILADELPHIA. Attractive and Promising Investments In CHICAGO REAL ESTATE TURNER & BOND, IO2 Washington St., Chicago, 111 Established 1875. Reference 1st Sat!. BaDk, Chicago. the State oflndlana, approved ilarch G, 1SSS. It Is ordered by tbe Common Council of the City of Lo- giinsuort, Cass County Indiana; and the? do now ("•'ii and adopt the following voting precincts. In to \vl 6W1 " ' y ° r L °8 i »isport, Ind. FIRST IVAJiB. rTeclnctNo. 1—All that territory embraced within the loliowlng metes and bounds, to-wlt: Commencing at the nortwest corner of Sycamore ;md Ottawa ;streets, thence running west uloiiK the nonli line of Ottawa street to Vine street, thence south along the west line of Vine street to Miami street thence west on the north line of Miami street to' Plum street, thence north along the east line of Plum street to Bates sweet, ibejicewest along !lie north line of Bates street to Holland street thence north on the east line of Holland streetto the north joundary line of sold First ward, and thence east ilongthe north ilne of said ward to Svearaore street, and thence south along tbe west llne'of tiyca- nore street to tho place ot beginning, ind Us ordered that the elections in said precinct be ieldlnhou.se on Ottawa street on the southwest comer oflollO, InI>. D. Dykeman's 1st audition to West Logan, in said ward. Precinct No, 2—All thai territory embraced with in he lollpwing metes and bounds, to-wlt; Commencing at the northwest corner of Otlawu and Sycamore streets, thence running south along the west line of Sycamore street to Chlppawa street thence west on the north line of Chlppawa street to Plum street, thence south ou the west line of Plum street to Osage, street, thence west on the uorth line ; of Usage and Wheailaad sireets to the Chicago branch or the Plttsburg, Chicago, Cincinnati & be. Louis Hallway, thence south along the line of said em line of Seventh street to Brbad«ay sSeeTanS- thence east on south line of Broadway Sta!" P^°^elnr;lng. And ills ordered that .hi: WETE .WARD- Precinct No. l.-All that wrritorv within the following mews -andI bounds Commencing at Eel river on 'I welfth street thenca ' ™™?"S S0l ?\,'o, Market slr.et. then^ east 0 * north line of iiiirket street to Sixteenth sfawt thence north on west line of StaSh streetto the south bank 01 Eel river, and thence west, alone of -° b '' h " rvel wl:h m ™»<lm there? Precinct No 2.-AH that territory embracing wkhin the following metes and Hounds, to-wlt-.' UMujjiHnclnK at the comer of Twelfth and Jlarkei' streets thence rur.ning east on the south line o Market street to Slxteet th street, thence souih on the west line of Sixteenth street to Smead street TSf) W ? 1 °" lhe " onh Ilne o! &niead s'reet to' twelfth street, and thence nonh on east line of ' rwellih street 10 the jjjace of beginning. And It wara/" 11 * 1 ' m " w ' lb s»eet engine Louse In'sald ,..,5;? c "! ct ??• 3--All that terrltcry embraced v jMium the; lollowing metes and bounds, to-wlt- Commencing at iel river on Sixteenth owlt ' . arket sirect. Uidnce east on north line '? of Market street,.10 Eighteenth street, thence'•^ h t 0n H eiust !Ineof Efelneentb street to s|°a? ;street, thence east on north line of Suear street tD : -^% ^^} ml , ts °, f l ? e e;ty ' thence n °nn along tbe -ifl e iMem l)miis of Ui« city to Eel rlrer. tLeiiee wS? '•'••M , railway to the Peorla branch of said railway tbence west following the north line of said Peoria branch ol said railway to the west limits of .said ward thence north to the line of the .said ward \uibash and Erie Diving und show. Foreign Visitor—Does it cost much to live in New York? Host—No, sir, it doesn't cost much to live in this city; but it costs like Sam Hill to keep up appearances.—N. Y. Weekly. er, and ManiiwlEStote'; foVTio'S.reBfa'Inte " o? respoadence solicited ana given prompt attention. Maps and full information scncon applfcafloc? *ur' e have ^ or stt le a number of acre tracts In uiuerent parts of the dty; also well located hnsi ness properties and other heal Estato Investments .A".? , ro f flesiroble first mortgage loans for sale, drawing 6 per cont seml-MmuaTlnterest. WORLD'S FAIR PROPERTY. Comer HWauav Pla-isarux <t Stony Island Boulevard Ai??^.?.^?,. 81 ^? "I""-the Pair Grounds, Property Along.the Line ol New Elevated Railroad, Now in Process of Construction. Corners and inside lots on Calume et, . ana, and Wabash Avenue* at from SIM to J80C I per t Prairie. Indi, rm to J80C per? t Cbicago was never gro«n og taster thaix«ow anci ™r?i5 p ' ( ? tl ? D of tho Bla vite«J Koud Sill have 2 SSSntaals Property a!oa fc - Uie lino and ttt clie COMES t\3 NEAR BEING A PIECE OF PLUG TOBACCO AS IT IS POSSIBLE TO fdAKE IT P dilelieiit«r r > EnpUnh Diamond Brjuid. ENNYROYAL PILLS ~<5£" > w Orl*)i»»l »»d Only Cenntnc. - • 1 <*'^ BAFE, alwa.TH fClldbl*. LADIES Dragtftt for Chlchater J 5n^iiA - .BroTitl In Red md CoW mot*:ilo , sealed Jfilh blufr ribboo. Take jno Other, tfeftue dangeroiu eitbttifu* - nd. imitation*. A l Drnggbu, or send 4<j. rupt for psrticularB, t«dmonl6ls and ief for- Ladles **m [«««-, br rctnrn 1O.OOO Ttii»inioiiikl«. Xo»na .Paper. . Bold br &U Locxl Pr For dale by B. F. Keeslinp, AMONG DEALERS THESE GOODS ARE ON THE MARKET IN ONLY ONE SHAPE, 3x12 FULL 16 OZ. PLUG-THE MOST CONVENIENT T9 -CUT IN PIECESOCARrTV WHOLE. Cheap Lands and Homes in Keu- tucky, Teimesee, ALABAMA, 8 , " Mississippi and Louisiana. On the line of the Queen & Crescent Route cai be found 2,00(1,000 acres of splendid bottom, up. land, timber and stock lands. Also the fines) fruit and mineral lands on the coutlnbnt for salt on favorable terms. FABHER3! with all thy getting get a home u the sunny South, where blizzards and ice clac plains are unknown. The Queen & Crescent Route is w Miles th' Shortest and Quickest Line Cincinati to New Orleans Time 27 Hours. Entire Trains. Baggage. Car, Day Coaches iiui Sleepers run through without change. 110 Miles the Shortest, a Hours the Quickest Cincinnati to Jacksonville, Fia. Time 27 Hours. The only line running Solid Trains and ThrouKl Sleeping Cars. ONIT LTNE FROM CINCINNATI TO Chattanoga, Tenn., Fort Payne, Ala., Meridian Miss., YlckDurg, Mlsa., Shreveport, La. •• 20 Miles the Shortest Cincinnati to Lexington Ki 5 Hours Quickest Cincinnati to Knoiville; Teim ' 116 Miles the Shortest Cincinnati to Atlanta and Augusta, tin. 114 Miles the Shortest Cincinnati to Annlston Ala 28 Miles the Shortest Cincinnati to Birmingham' • Ala-. • . 16 Miles Shortest Cincinnati to Mobile, Ala. Direct connections »t New Orleans and Shreveport For Texas, Mexico, California. Trains leave Centra! Union Depot, Cincinnati crossing the Famous High Bridge of Kentucky and rounding the base of Lookout Mountain Pullman Boudoir Sleepers on al] Through Trains. Over One Million Acres of Land In Albania the future Great State of the South subject to pre-emption. - Unsurpassed climate. For Correct County. Maps, Lowest Rates and full particulars addres, ». G. EDWARDS, Ben Passenger & Ticket Agent, '•-.-• -.-..- IQaeen 4 Crescent Route. Cincinnati.'o. ,-.V ^ ^ JiJ|c UJ LJ i« vvauusQ and Arle canal bed to Holland street, thence south along the west line of said Holland street to Bates street, thence east OH tbe south 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 ot Ottawa streetto place of beginning And it is ordered that the elections In said precinct be heid In the buldllng on the southwest corner of the school house yard In said ward. Precinct No.3—Alt that territory embraced within the following metes and bounds, to-wlt: Commencing at the southwest corner of Sycamore and Chin- pewa streets, thence running west on the south line of Chippewa .street to Plum street thence south on the east line of Plum streetto Osa«-e then west on south line of Osage street to Wheatland street, thence west on south line of Wheatland street to the Chicago branch of the Plttsburg Cincinnati, Chicago & St. Louis Railway, thence south along said railway to Market street, thence east on the north line of Market street to Eelrlver tbence 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 held at the engine house In said ward. PreclnctNo. 4-A11 thatterrltory embraced witMn thefoliowlngmetes and bounds, to-wit-. Commencing at the westend the ofEel river bridge onMarket street Jri said ward, thence ivest along the north mnk of Eel and Wtibajh 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.itSr.L.Railwaytbence east along the Peorla branch of the p. C.C.& St. Louis Hallway to Market street, tbence east on the south line of Market street to the place of beginning. And it Is ordered that the elections In said precict be held In Chl's coouer hop In said ward. SECOSD WARE. Precinct No .1—All that territoryembraced within lie following metes and bounds, to-wlt- Commeno- ngatEelrlveronFourth street, thence running outh on the west line of Fourth street to Eel River venue, thf nee southwest on the north line of Eel Elver avenue to Third street, thence north on Third treet to Eel river bridee. thence northwest on east neof Sycamore street to the north, limits of the Second ward, thence along tbe north limits of said econd ward to the west line of Stevens, Mobley id Clary's additions to tbe city of LoEansnort lence north along tbe west line of said additions the north limits of said ward, thence east ou the orth line of said ward to Clifton avenue, thence uth along the west line of Clifton avenue to lannu street, thence southwest along tbe north ie otlimna street to Pontius street tience south ong the west line of Jrtmtlae street to the north >ank of Eel river, thence west on the north bank of el river with the meanders thereof to a point opposite Fourth street to tlie place of beginning And It is ordered that the elections In said pr£ clnctbeheldatwhatls now known at Scaaefer's cooper shop In sr.ld ward. Precinct So .2—All that territory embraced within the following metes and bounds, to-wic Commencing, at Eel river on Fourth street, thence running south on tbe east Ilne 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 1 Itth street to the Wabash and Erie i-anal bed thence east along the north line of said canal bed to beventh street, thence north en the west line of Seventh street to High street, thence west on tbe south line of High street to Sixth street, thence north on the west line of Sixth street to .Eel river and thence west a lone the south bank of Eel river with the meanders thereof to the pla e of beslii- nlug. And It Is ordered that the elections In said precinct be held at the North street engine house Precinct No,3—All thatterrltory embraced within the following metes and bounds, to-wit- Commencing on the south bank of .Eel river at the Intersection with Tfllrd street, tbence running south to Eel Elver avenue, tbence northeast along- the soutli line of Eel Elver avenue to Fourth street, thence south on the east line of Fourth street to Broadway street, thence east on the south line of Broadway street to Fifth street, thence south on the west Hue of Fifth street to Market street, thence west on the north line of Market street to Eel River avenue, thence southwest on Eel River avenue to the Wabash river, and thence northwest along tlie south bank of Eel river, with the meanders thereof, to the place of beginning. And it is or : dered that tbe electlonsin said.preclnct be held at the township trustee's ortlce to said ward. THIRD WARD. Precinct No. 1—All that territory embraced with In tbe following metes and bounds, to-wlt- Com me.nclngat the corner of Eelfllver avenue atd Market street, thence running east to Fifth street thence southeast to Oak street,thence south alom the west line of Oak street to Canal street, thence westalong 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 Wahash 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 >sald precinct be held at toe old brick school house In said ward Precinct No. »-AU that territory embraced within the following metes and bounds, to-wlti Commencing at tbe comer of the Wabash and Erie canal bed and Oak street, thence running east along the south line of the Wabash and Erie canal bed to Twelfth street, thence south alone the west line of Twelfth 'street to the Wabash river, thenoe west along the north bank of the Wabash river with the meanders thereof, to Fourth street, thence north along the toe east line of Fourth street to Canal street, thence'east on Canal street to Oak street, tbence north on the east line of Oak street to the place of beginning And it is ordered that theelectlons In said precinct be held at Harry Ton's office in said-ward. ••••• Precinct No. 3.—The third precinct of said ward Is composed of all that part of said ward lying south of the Wabash river, Including Blddle's It Is ordered that tbe election in said precinct be held at Amans carriage trimming shop on Burlington avenue in said ward. em limits of tlie city to Eel river. tLence'west' along south bank of Eel river to place of begin"'is. And Ills ordered that th office wMhf d t 1 i 0t f J i? : f^ AJJ lhat tfrr 'tory embraced within the following metes and bounds, to-wit" ComfflencUig at the corner of the WabusfciStLouls and Pacific railway and Twelfth streewhence east Jlway to Seventeenth street thence •ast line of Seventeenth street to the siid'cin'ti"h^? e si ca r n!llll . edl a « ncew est along nn=* Ht »l° Slxtee nth street, thence north on east line ol Sixteenth street to Market street • 'hence east on south line of Market street to' jiwiithteenth street, thence south on west line of Eighteenth street to Spear street thence ea^r nrv south line of upear street to east Smite ofclS ? " tnence south along the east limits of said city to' Wwassr«rfe^- D tgs«-^ T^IMM s , tree '' an < 1 thence north on east line o£. a»C e effl penc \v? moo e llouse " ow owned by Rudolph Barndt,' k% 629 Seventeenth street, In said ward. : , ncNo-5AU ti,fn the followlngmetes and bounds, to-wit: Commencing at the corner of Twelfth aid Smead "Ss ' thence running east on the south line of SmeaxJ fhf. e SS S^teenth street, thence south oil thew^t 1 1 eofSLxtcenth street to the Wabash and Erie cjnal bed, thence east on the line of said canal bed ' to Seventeenth strest, thencesoathojiweTt line of Seventeenth streetto Wabash Hallway, thence west 1 along said railway to Twelfth street, thence north on the east line of Twelfth street to the p See of beginning. And it Is ordered that the elections to ' • ' the C ' lty ° ' ^^i^nJ-Tagsirt, Ca'erkof the Cltr of Logansport Indiana, do hereby certify that the aboveis & at the aboveis & T £ the Common Logansport, Indiana at a. , nesday evenins March IS, 1S91, ve' to tbe establishing of voting precincts for the varK ilr - ,, - • anu, as the same appears of record in. my office' Witness my hand aud the seal of the City of Lei gansport, tliis 19th day of March, m ' JOHN.I.TAGGART, '• Clerk City of Logansport, Indiana. CiTOPS ALi ^^ unnatural discharges in 24 hours. Gleet orrhea in 3 days. NoStricture NoPain. SURE Adopted bythcGei>- manGovernmencror Hospital S:Armyus* 7 P.S.C. is put up for ' American trade in a patent bottle holds- ng syringe (see cut! ___ _ t , ITho Von Mohl Company, Cincinnati, Chlo, a Solo Amerlcaa Agents. B. V. KEESLDfG, Agent. Logansport, Ind. Ladies $500 Reward, P^^^MSt^^^^f.-. a trial and be convinced. At Drug Store or to mall, post-paid per box $0.00, s boxes for $2 501 31 oka Me<IIcIne|Co.,tXoledo,d. For sale In Logansporc,!lnd,byBen!|Flslier, No'311 I ourth street, Mention paper. JOSEPH GILLOTT'S STEEL PENS. GOLD'MEDAL, PARIS EXPOSITION, 1889. THE Magi PERFECT OF PENS. Yoil Innesi or . —IN— . STOCKS, BONDS, GRAI>T AND JPROVISIONS •> If so, »~n,. witn a reliable firm who'bave had t«-rt years <*xpv"'-.-nca, and are members of the C(ti<-juta Board, off r»de and Stock Exclnngo. Who d« bcsmess strictly on Commission. Refer to IIIir.oi» . Trust and Sa,v.ngs BanKi Chicago. C. A. WHYLAND A CO. «* JO JPooiSo Ave. - OMoag-o, JI73, We seed fire ) of charge our Daily Market Repoit ind Circular oc application. interest allowed on monthly balances, OnrS£»lydor Perfection/&-rlnf-c free with tverr O'oule. Prevents Strlefjrc. Cures Gonorr" »nd dle«t in 1 to 4 day*. A-sk your Dru ior it Sent to »n7 address for (1U>O. AA 1ALYDQR MANUF'G CO., LANCASTER, a «i»t JUDICIOUS AND PERSISTENT Advertising- has always ''proven successfu 1. Before placing any Newspaper Advertising-, consult LORD & THOMAS, , JlDTliflTISIKOj.jlGKXTg, : o 40 nu,doli>i fin.fi, CHICAGO FOURTH WARD. Precinct No. 1.—All the territory embraced within the following metes and bounds, to-wlt: 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, tlieiice- north on the east line pf Clifton avenue to the ward boundary line thence east 'Uong the ward boundary line to east limits of suld ward, thence, southeast along tbe line of said ward t- Kel river, thence west alone the north, bonk of Eel river, with the meanders A J«EW KEMF.1VT POSITIVE ' CUKE FOB BRIGHTINE DIABETES, BKIftlTTU- • f Correspondence nollotcd, valuable •nformstion free. Osn»I discount to WM. T. •trcet,

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