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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, May 5, 1891
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SYMPTOMS OB LITER DISFASEi Ijoss of appetite; bad breath; bad taste In the moutli; tongue coated; pain under the Bhouldor-blade; in the back or side—often mistaken for rheumatism; soar stomach with flatulency and water-brash; indigestion; bowels Inx and costive by turns; headache, with dull, heavy sensation- restlessness, with sensatiou of having left something undone which ou"ht to have been done; fullness after eating; bad- temper; blues; tired feeling; yellow appearance of skin and eyes; dizziness, etc; Notall, but always some of these indi cate want of action of tlio Liver. For A Safe, Reliable Remedy that can do no harm and has never been known to fail to do good Take Simmons Liver Regulator ' —AN EFFECTTTAX SPECIFIC FOB Mularia, Bowel Complaints, Dyspepsia, Sick Headacur, Constipation, Biliousness, Kidney Affections, Jaundice, Mental depression. Colic. A PHYSICIAN'S OPIMOX. " I have been practicing medicine for twenty yeare and have never been able to put up a vegetable componnd that would, like Simmon Liver Kcgulator, promptly and effectually movs the Livrr to action, and at the same time aid (instead of weakening) the digestive and a»simi!ativc powers of the system. L. M. HINTON, M.D., Washington, Ark. OJTLY GKNtlKE ^ Has our 2 Stamp in red on front of wrapper. If You Have Ho appetite, Indig-eation, Flntnlence, Mick Hoadacho, "all run down,'' lot* lag flesh, you will find the remedy yon' need. The^ lono np the neuk Ntomaoli un<i build up the ria^f^inK- enur^'io.s. Nufferer.% from mental or physic-al overnook will rind relief from tlicui. K (cely *ugur coa tod. SOLD EVERYWHERE work for u«, by Ainm I-'ajre, Austin, •3ti»», ant) Jno. Bonn, Tolciio, Ohio. •e cut. OthcnnredoingluwrlLWhy 'tyou? Sonie o«n ovcr*500.no ft pnili. You can do ihe work and ]iv* home, whprever vpu or*. Evtu be- nrc «n»Jly cnminc from *5 to ly.AHftpcs, Wp«how)'ouhow and stun von. Can work In »pnr«j|]m6 or all the time. Ktj; money for work- era. Fnll tiro unknown nmonfr :bcm, NEW ftiidwniulerful. PnrtlcnlnrnfrcB. 7. Co.,Hoi ft*S4*.Portland,.Maine *COOO. 00 a year Is bclnp mndo by John It, Goodwln,xroy^t.Y,,« work for im. Keader, you may i>«t make an .nuch, but wo con [tench vou quickly how to cam from 85 lo *10 » Jny at the start, ond morn an you go on. Burli »«c«i all npe». In any part of itrica, you can cviimCnco nt home, piy- i»ll yourtlme,or spare momenta Only to the work. All la new. Great pay SC1IK for every worker.. Wo jtart y»», farnlthln? evemhlnp. EASIW, SPE£DILY lumefl. I'AlfTieULAHS FitEE. Addrcis at.onco, ' HIRES' 2Se HIRES' IMPROVED 2St|! ROOT BEER! IXtlDUIC. HC DOIUKCORSTRAINmC £AStrfiMK | THIS 1 PACKAGE MAKES flVE CALLOUS. DOT BEER. TSe most AEPETIZWU and 'WHO&ZSOM3 TEMPERANCE DRINS in the world. ^Delicious and Spa?kling. 'EKTC 1^ Ask your Druggist or Grocer for 1« C.E.HI RES, PHILADELPHIA. DP. White's Dandelion Alterative. I fim it the best rcm, . for Kyspopsia, Bili^^usnL JS, HI: .nnsntisin, JfciirnJsrin. ;nU^I! d "Borders of 'Si^-Bt rancSi s ILivcr and Kidneys. It pnrlfl-.i 'he blood, malccs the weak strong and gives to the old the visor of ycath. oold by B. F. Keesling and D.E Pryor. DON'T GIVEUPI Try lYoucanGet Well Ptrmnnsntly . Do Nolhina, and you'll Die ar tie Demented'! We Knfllcally Care All TCcmlaiene* and JDi«ca>T> of Hen ! faelu»l7« Mtthodi m Home rrealmen(,d»ii:rib«dla .._... ___.. I mailed free for a shart NEW BOOK nfciw P"*"V . Bu(ralo , . Y . ^ , . d TflStlmonlftlB. EvetTthlDg confidential. CIVE UP DON TS! VEGETABLE COUGHS AND COLDS. 35c. and SI. at all druggist*. E, MOE&AM & SONS,--Proprietors, PROVIDENCE, R. L . TB1BE SUPPLIED by ROSS GORDON, LaFayette, Irrd. •Forsaleby 1 B.-F PRESIDENT HAPPISOITS VIEWS. His tetter to the v,^., 0 « r n States' Commercial Congress, In reply to Chairman H. B, Kelly's invitation Mr. Harrison expressed his regret at being unable to attend and wrote further as follows: "A public discussion of the conditions affecting- agricultural and business prosperity cannot but be helpful, if it is conducted on broad lines, and is hospitable to differences of opinion. The extraordinary developments of production of agriculture which has taken place in a rueent period in this country by reason of the rapid enlargement, of the area of tillage, under the favorable land laws of the United States, very naturally has called attention to the value, and indeed the necessity, of larger markets. I am one of those who. believe that a homo market is necessarily the best market for the producer, as it measurably emancipates him, in proportion to the nearness, from the exactness of the transportation companies. If the farmer could-deliver his surplus produce to the consumer out of his farm wagon his independence and his profits would be larger and surer. "It seems tome quite possible to attain a largely increased market for our staple farm products without impairing home markets by opening the manufacturing trades to a competition in which foreign producers paying a lower scale of vrag-es would have the. advantage. A policy that would reduce the number of our people engaged in mechanical pin-suits or diminish their ability to purchase food products by reducing- wages cannot be helpful to those now engaged in agriculture. The farmers insist that the products have been too low—below the point of fair living and fair profits. '•I think so too, but I venture to remind them that, the plea they make involves the concession that things may be too cheap. A coat may be too cheap as well as corn. The farmer who claims a good living and profits for his work should concede tbe same to every other man and womSn who toils. I look with great confidence to the completion of further reciprocal trade ar- rangemenls. especially with the Central and South American states, as furnishing new and large markets for meats, breadstuffs and an important line of manufactured products. "Persistent and earnest efforts are also being made, and a considerable measure:of success has already bean attained, to secure the removal of restrictions which we have regarded as unjust upon the admission and use of our meats and live cattle in some of the European countries. 1 look with confidence to a successful termination of the .pending negotiations, because I cannot but assume that when the absolutely satisfactory character of the sanitary inspections now provided by our law is made known to these foreign states that they will promptly relax their discriminating- relations. No effort and none of the powers vested in the executive will be left unused to secure an end which is so desirable. "Your deliberations will probably also embrace the consideration of the question of the volume and character of our currency. It will not be possible, and would not be appropriate for me, in this letter, to enter upon any elaborate discussion of these questions. One or two things I will "say, and first I believe that every person who thoughtfully considers the question will agree with me upon a proposition which is at the base of all my consideration of the currency question, namely, that any dollar, paper or coin, that is issued by the United States must be made and kept in its commercial uses as good as any other dollar. So long as any paper money issued or authorized by the United States government is accepted in commercial use as the equivalent of the best coined dollar, whether of silver or gold, is assured of an .equal vahie, in commercial use, there need be no-fear as to an excess of money. The more such money the better. But, on the other hand, when any issue of paper or coined dollars is in buying and selling rated at less value than other paper or coined dollars, we have passed the limit of safe experiment in finance. If we have dollars of different values only the poorest will circulate. The farmer and the laborer, who are not in hourly touch with the ticker or the telegraph, will require above all other classes of our community a dollar, of fnll value. "Fluctuations and depreciations are always at the first cost of these classes of our community. The banker and the speculator anticipate, discount, and often profit by such fluctuations. It is very easy under the impulse of excitement or the stress of money stringency to fall into the slough of a depreciated or irredeemable currency. It is a very painful and slow business to get. out when once in. "I have always believed, and do now more than ever believe, in bimetallism and favor the fullest use of-silver in connection with our currency that is compatible with the maintenance of the parity of the gold and silver dollar in their commercial uses. -Nothing in my judgment would so much retard the restoration'of the free use of silver by the commercial nations of the world as legislation adopted by us that would result in placing- this country upon, a basis-of -silver monometallism. The legislation adopted by the first session' of the Fifty-first congress I was assured by leading advocates of free coinage, representative of the silver. states, would promptly and permanently bring silver to one hundred and twenty-nine per ounce and keep it there. That anticipation has not been realized. Our larger use of silver has apparently, and for reasons not yet agreed .upon^ diminished the demand for silver in China' and India. "In view of the fact that it is impossible in this letter to elaborate, .and that propositions only can be stated, I am aware that what I -have said may: be assailed in points where it is easily defensible, but where I have not attempted to present the argument. I have" not before, excepting in. an official way, expressed myself on these subjects; but, feeling the interest, dignity and importance of the assemblage in whose behalf you speak, I have ventured, \\ iihout bigotry of opinion, without any assumption of infallibility, but as an American citizen, hiving a most earnest desire that every individual and every public act of my life shall conduce to the glory of our country and the prosperity of all our people, to submit these views for yoiir consideration. Very respectfully, "BENJAMIN HAKRISON." THE NATIONAL LEAGUE. Resolutions Adopted by the .Republican Cl 11)1.4 at Their Kocont Meeting. At the convention of the National republican league, which closed its session at Cincinnati April 32, the committee on resolutions presented the following report, which was fully indorsed by the league: The resolutions honored the memory of Gen. Sherman, Admiral Porter and Secretary Windom; indorsed the action of Speaker Reed La compelling the members of the house of representa- tivss to transact public business; favoring protection and reciprocity; remembering the claims of soldiers, and declaring the aim of the league to be the dissemination of the principles and doctrines of the republican party as fashioned by tbe teachings of its greatest leaders. The important declarations of the resolutions are these: We indorse the wise, statesmanlike, courageous and patriotic course of the administration of President Harrison. Its conduct of both domestic and foreign affairs has been such as to command the thorough respect and hearty admiration of every true citizen. Its attitude in dealing with alien residents and giving 't6 them the protection accorded to American citizens, and no more, is just and should commend itself to the civilized world. We oppose any attempt to^debase the currency and coin of the country, but Insist, upon, such legitimate increase of our circulating'medium and such maintenance of the double standard as will fairly satisfy the increasing necessities of trade and commerce. Recent events ha.ve made more apparent than ever the necessity for exercising the sovereign right inherent iu our nation, as in all others, to use discrimination in the admission of foreigners as residents in this country. We therefore recommend such changes in our laws as will effectually prohibit the immigration of paupers and criminals and of people so alien from us in their ideas and habits of thought that they cannot be assimilated in the body politic. " Continual dropping wears away the stone." The continual breaking of lamp-chimneys costs a good deal in the course of a year. You can stop it. Get Macbeth's "pearl top " or " pearl glass." You will have no more trouble with breaking from heat. You will have clear glass instead of misty ; fine instead of rough ; right shape instead of wrong; and uniform, one the same as another. You will pay a nickel a chimney more; and your dealer will gain in good-will what he loses in trade; he will widen his trade by better service. ;. GKO.A. MACUKTH&CO. CMcago Lots For NOTICE. To the Votci-Mof the Cily [port, Iiidiuiia, ol' Or the Wi«» sc In the BomidaricK Volii-g Prefix I* ol' Said Ax 31sulc by tl:e Cuiiiinuit Tlu-lr Kejiiiliir |">CM»ICI>, IS, J891. Why not buy a lot at BELLEWOOD R ADWAY READY RELIEF. The most certain and safe Pain Remedy in the world that instantly stops the most excruciating pains. It it is truly the great CONQUEROR OF PAIN and has done more good than any known remedy. FOR SPRAINS, BRUISES. 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R." or any ••'READY RE LIEF" without the DameRAD VV AY, is a COUNTERFEIT AD WAY'S PILLS, The Great Liyer and Stomach Remedy Forthecureof ail disorders of the STOMACH, LIVER, BOWELS, KIDNEYS, BLADDER, NERVOUS, DiS- EASES, LOSS of APPETITE, HEADACHE, CONSTIPATION, COSTIVENESS, INDIGESTION, BILIOUSNESS FEVER, INFLAMMATION Of the BOWELS, PILES, and all derangements of the Internal Viscera-. Purely Vegetable, containing no mercury, minerals, or DELETERIOUS DRUGS. PERFECT DIGESTION will be ac complished by taking RADWAY'S PILLS- Byso doing Dyspepsia, SICK HEADACH, FOUL STOMACHE, BILIOUSNESS, will be avoided, and the food that Is eaten contribute Its nourishing', properties to the sup port of the natura^waste of the body Price 2Bc- perlbox. SOLD BY ALL DRCCISTS. witii GRADED STREETS. CLEVELAND STONE SIDEWALKS AND FIXE CATALPA TREES, for $175.00, on payments of $7 DOWN AND $7 PER MONTH. V/ltliln 750 feet of BELLEWOOD STATION. (a, St. P. 4- K. C. Ey.) BELLEWOOD Is located 5V> miles West of the City limits of. CHlcugo, between the CHICAGO. ST. PAUL & KANSAS CITY'RY. and the CHICAGO & NORTHWESTERN RY. and lius 14 mile South frontage on Jladlson Street. VARIOUS MANUFACTORIES ate near BELLEWOOD, assuring a prosperous and thriving future tor this Suburb. 'With the Cicero & Proviso Electric Road now running nearly to BeJlewood, think what an Investment this Is and BUY TWO LOTS IMMEDIATELY ! f nm selling BZLLEWOOD lots adjoining tlie aliovo mentioned property with plank sidewalk Instead of stone, for $125 APIECE, on payments of $5 DOWN amlSS PER MONTH. Write for plats or call and you will be tane.'i out to see the property free of expense to yourself. BUTLER LOWRY, 607 Tacc-na Building, Cor. LaSal Chicago, Illinois. East, West, North. South. ennsylvaniaLjnes. Schedula of Passenger Trains-Central Time. CHICAGO DIVISION. 'OTfestward. Columbus ly. Loprantiport j ££• Wlnamac " Crown Point " Chicago ar. Ctilcn^o Iv. Crown Point " tOffansport . j i*Marlon _ " Columbui* ar. » PM •735 1 11 235 310 4n4 545 730 AM 2 AM t730 914 1043 1130 AM 1A AM 21 31 AMI f9 00*7 201 AM 3 00 12 04™ "i 420 115 430*125 518 s 655 S3f 330! 5 Ot TM PM 2U 4 AM PM *1030t300 1160448 s 1 627 1 47! 7 15 1S M 810 FM 945 AM 34 PM t515 G55 3O PM t430 Km PM 5 AM 16 J5 70^1 844 1025 AM Jo PM "820 to oo 1 4R 12 240AM icoitsoo 2 16! 9 22 730 345 AM | PM Tlie voters of the Cltv of LogKiisport. Giss Co™. ty, j ndlana. w ID liprtby lake notice iliat llic. follow- liii; order was made by ih« Common Council of tbe City otLowuiKiJort, Cass County. Indiana, at tlielr ri'KUlar session, Wednesday evening, March is, Wettloiiyj-ficlncLsa-sformed in tlie CJir of Lo- gansiioj'l,Indiana: Ir; accordance will] an act of tbe leKl&lature ol Ine Stale of Indiana, approved March 6, ISsO, It is ordered by the. Common Council of Die City of Lo- Kcinsuort, Cass County Indiana; and thev'do now '--i and adopt ihe. following voting, precincts, in :everal wards of the City of Logaiisport., Jnd. t-jttl PIIIST WAI1I). j?recinctNo.l—All that territory embraced within the following metes and bounds, to-wlu Comnienc- li'guluieiiomestcomerof Sycamore ,'.:id Ottawa streets, thenceronnlng west iilon^ the north, line, ol! Ottawa stTcet to Vine sneel. thence south along the west line of Vine street to Miami street, tliencenTstonthenortliiijie, of Miami street to Plum street, thence north along the east line of Plum street to Bates street, tbence west along the north line of Eatessireetto Holland street, thence north on the east line of Holland streetto the north boundary line ol said First ward, and thence ea.st along the inorth line ol' said ward to Sycamore street, -ind thence south along the west line of Sycamore street to tb« place "ot beginning. And It is ordered that Ihe elections In said precinct. be held in bouse on Ottawa street on'the southwest cornerotiotio,lull. IXDjkemnn's 1st addition to West I ogaif. In said ward. Precinct No. 2—All that territory embraced within the following metes and hounds, to-wit; Commenc-' ingat the northwest corner of Ottawa and Sycamore streets, thence running st-nth along tbe west line of Sycamore street tp Chlppawa street, tbence west on the nonh line of Clilppawa street to Plum street, tlience south on tlie west line of Hum street to osage street, thence west on the north line of Osage and Wheatland streets to the Cbiiaso branch oi'lhePJttsburg, Chicago, Cincinnati <t &t. Louis Railway, thence south along the line of said railway to the Peoria branch of said railway, thence west'lollowlug the north line of snid Peoria branch of saltl railway to the west limits of said ward 'tbence-lortluo the Une o£ the Wabash and Erie i-aiial, rhenceeastaJongtiie line ol! the Wabash and Krie canal bed to Holland street, thence south along tbe west line of said Holland street to Bates street, thence east on tbe south line of Bates street,to Plum street, tlience south on Plum street to Miami street, tbenre east along tlie south line of Miami streL toVJiiestreet, thence no: th on tlie east line of Vine street to Ottawa street, thence east on souihline of Ottawa street to place of beginning. And it is ordered that the elections In said precinct be held In the, buidjing on the. sou hnesl corner of the school house yard in said ward. Precinct No.3—All that territory embraced within thefoltoiviiigmetesand bounds, to-wit: Commencing at the southw est corner, of Sycamore and Chippewa streets, thence, running west on the south line of Cblppewa sireet to Plum street, thence south on the east Une of: Plum street to Osage tben west on south line of OSiige street to Wheatland street, thence west on soiith lineofwheatiand sireet to tbe Chicago branch of the Plttsburg, Cincinnati, Chicago 4 St. Louis Railway, tlience souib along said railway to Market street, therce east on the north line of Market street to Eel river, thence- easterly along the north bank of Eel river, with the meanders thereof, to the place of beginning And It Is ordered that the elections in said precinct be he;d at tbe engine house, in said ward. PrecinctNo. 4—All thattm'itory embraced witMn Uiefol owingineies and bounds, to-wlt: Commencing at the.westendtheof'Eel river bridge onMarket street In said ward, thence west along the north bank of Del and Waha'h rlveis. with tlie mea.nde.rs thereof, tnthewtstllmlts,of said ward, thence north to the. south line of the Peoria bi anch of tbe P.. C..C. 4 St. L. Rail*ay thence east along the Peoria branch of the P. C. C. & St. Louis Railway to Market street, thence east on the thereof, to a point opposite Tenth steel, thence/ south crossing said river to Bace street, tnence---' west along the north ot Ruce street to ' re o gt stree-, tbence south along the west line oj Eighth?? street to High street, and thence west alongT Forest mills. Precinct No. '2.-A31 that territory embraced 1 -' within the following metes and bounds, to-wif.- Commencing at the .corner of Seventh and Bifcb'S ''.9" the south Une-oil; the FallmanTestibnle DJnlng and Slecp- Inar Cara run on Jfos. ao and 21 between Chicago arid Columbus, Pittsburgh, Baltimore, Washington, Philadelphia and New York; Pullman Slcepiusr Curs on Son. 3 and 10 , BETWEEN LOGANSPORT AND EFFNER. Read Down. • Read Up. »1U AM f545 554 609 624 703 714 745 AM :»ao AM fl!30 1141 1159 1212 1249 100 130 PM 374 AM f-500 522 609 656 914 950 1115 AM IT?. Effner.. . ar. " ... Kentland .. " " ... Goodland ... " " ...Bemington... " i" ...Montlcello ... " " Idaville ..... " ar.LojemiNport Iv. so;i AM *W« 1030 1014 957 914 902 830 AM an PM W50 940 920 902 813 758 725 Rtt 375 PM ifiOO 530 440 352 140 100 1130 AM RICHMOND DIVISION. Westward, Cincinnati IT Hamilton " Itichniond " Kew Castle " Anderson " Klwood " Salveston " ^os:ansport.....ar. Chicago av. Eastward, Gulveston "' Kokomo " Elwood " Anderson '....„. "• New Castle " Richmond " [ Hamilton " Cincinnati. _,...ar. 19 AM •755 905 1035 111' 1146 1211 1245 130 510 PM IU PM *82D *105 isb 224 247 323 4-10 545 700! AM 7 PM M'45 '801 735 835 915 945 TD3t 1045 1120 PM O AM 1550 620 635 712 737 820 915 1052 1201 Hooa a PM *85I 10 00 1131 122! 1259 128 215 jfdb 730 AM IS AM *945 •125 2 : 07 237 303 334 415 545 700 PM 1 AM t7'2C 82C 9CJ 935 1020 1034 1110 AM 2 AM -730 331 3(K 32! 412 445 53C 630 PM »•>• TO *l *•* rn !-( )atly. fExceptSunday uuday. f Flag stop. 1 Meals. |gSS3S"g"g" Hr'c 10 " > -"< Dark Faced Typedtnota tint from 1 p. m. lo 1 a. m.; LigH F««dfromla. m. toi p. m. I Pullman Sleeping: Cars run on Hfos. 3 and 10, and Buffet P»rlor Cars on Jfos. IS and 19. BETWEEN LOGANSPORT AND LOUISVILLE. Read Down. -.. • Read Up. 10^ PJf *820 1255 330 659 AM IS AM '945 ft 730 PM Iv. Chicago... ar " IiOftansport ar. ar. Indianapolis " ar. Louisville .Iv. lit PAI *S10 1130 1105 730 AM 18_ AM *730 220 1130 735 PM ?fos. IO and 13 carry Pullmnn Sleeping: Cnrs; Pullman Buffet Parlor Cars are run on Jfos. 18 and 19. : . JOSEPH 'WOOD, E. A. FORD, General Minajjar, Gwunl Pwsragw Agent, 11-23-90. ' PITTSBURGH, PENS'A,. ; For time cards, rates of fire, through tickets, baggage checks, and further Information regarding the running of trains apply to any Agent of the Pennsylvania Lines. Ind. south line of Market street place of beginning. And It Is ordered tLat tne elections in said preelet be. held In Lhl's ccoper shop lit said ward. SECOND -WAST), Precinct No .1— All that territory embraced witliln the foJlowlng metes ana bomid.s, to-wit: Commencing at Eel rivet on Fourth street, thence running south on the west line of Fourth street to Eel River avenue, thence southw est on the north line of Eel River avenue toThlrd street, tbeiicenortn on Third street to Eel river brMce, thence northwest on east line ol Sycamore street to the north limits of the Second ward, thence along the north limits of suld Second ward to the west line ol! Stevens, Mobley and Clary's additions to the city of Logansport,- ttience north along the westlineof said additions to the north limits of said ward, thence east on the north Hue of said ward to Clifton avenue, thence south alongthe west line ol' Clifton avenue to Hanna street, thence southwest aluns the north line ot Hanna street to Pontlac street thence south alongthewestllneofi'ontlai-.street to the north hank of Eel river, thence west on tile 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 saw precinct be held at what Is now known -at Schaefer's c roper shop In seld ward, Precinct No .2— All that territory embraced within the following metes and bounds, to-wlt: Commencing at Eel river on Fourth sireet, thence running south on the east Jlne of Fourth street to Broadway str?ct, thence east on the north line of Broadway street to Fifth street, thence, sonth on east line oi Fifth street to the Wabash and Erie canal bed thence east along the north line of said canal bed to Seventh street, thtnce nonh on 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 Dank of Eel river with the meanders tl-ereof to the pla e of beginning. And It is ordered thai the elections in said precinct be held at the North street engine honse In said ward . Precinct JS03— All that territory embraced within the following metes and bounds, to-wlt: Commencing on the south bank of Eel river at the intersection with Third street, thence running south to Erf Elver avenue, theme northeast idong the south line ol Eel Blver avenue to Fcurth street, thence smith on the east line of Fourth street to Broadway street, tbence east on the south Hue 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 Eel Blver avenue. Ihence southwest on Eel River avenue to the Wabash river, and thence northwest along t lie south banket Eel river, with the meanders thereof, to the. placeof beginning. And It is or- dei ert. that the elections In said precinct be held at the township trustee's office hi said ward. THIHD WARD. Precinct No. 1— All that territory embraced wilb in the following metes and bounds, to-wit- Com- irenclrgat the corner of EelKlver avenue ai»d Market street, thence running east to Fifth street, Ihence southeast to Oak stree.t.thence south along the wf'i-r Hue of Oak street to Canal street, thence westidr ng the north line of Canal street to Fourth si ieet, u.eiice south-on the west line of Fourth stuet to the Wabash river, thence west along t e north bank of the Wabasn river, with the meun- ders thereof, to Eel Elver avenue, and thence noithtothe place ol beginning, And It Is ordered thai, th> elections Jn said precinct be held .it the old brick school house in said word. •Freelnct Ko. 2.— All that territory embraced wiih'lnthe. following metes and bounds, to-wlt: Commencing at the corner of the Wabash and Erie canal bf d ' and Oak street, thence running e^ist alone the south line of the Wabash and Erie .e>m»lbedto Twellth street, thence south along the west line of Twelfth street to the Wabash river, thence west along the north bank of the Wabash river with the meanders thereof, to Fourth street, thence north along the the east Jlne of Fourth street .to Canal street, thence ea^t on C;iiiaJ street to Oak street, thence north on the. east line ot Oak street to the place'of beginning And it is ordered that theeleetlons'ta said precinct be held atHarry Torr's office In said ward. Precinct No. 3.— The third precinct of said ward Is composed of all that part of said ward lying sout-i' of the Wabash river, including ildcile's Islard. It is ordered that the election In said precinct he held at Amans carriage trimming shop tn Burlington avenue In salrfward. IX.URTH , , - --.Ineol' Twelfth- ; siren to Broadway street, thence west on the;" north Ine ol Bruadwaj streetto Seventh street'*' and Ihence norlli on ue east line of Seventh' '?• street to the place of beglnnlne. And 't Is ordered'* that the elections or Wild precinct be held at tlie southeast corner or the ncliool house lot, being lot » 09. Upton's second addition to Logansport, in said'* Prec'nct No. 3.—All that, territory embraced >within tlie following metes and bounds to-w!|>-'£ ConimnicJngaB the southwest corner ol Tsvefth-r and B oudwjtj- streets, thence running south on, -•'-• the west line ot Twelfth street to the. Wabash and"' trie canai bed. i hence west alone the the line i.f-.' :; said canal bed lo Seventh street, thence north onpi east line of Seventh street to Broadway strefctand ^ ; thence east en south line of BroaOw'avstreet to-S place ofbegjjii.jnu. And It is ordered'that lh e ."' elections in said i-recnict be held at Clem's livery "1 Sliiblc in Said nsnl. '-,•' FIFTH WARD '• .'£ Precinct Ko. 1.—All that territory embraced & wilbinl.be following inen-s and lioimds, to-wit- : '?« Commencing at Eel river on Twelfth street.thenoeiv; north line of Market street' to .Sixteenth 'streetS thence nonh on west line of Sixteenth street to •* the south bank of EeJnvHr.and'iherice west alonc"*^ the south bank of Eel river, wlib meanders there- ' :? ?K !°' fle '' 1; ' ce 01 bfxmiilue. And it (s ordered'i= that (he eleuions in sa d precinct be held In the-* front room ovi-r iireen's grocery store, on EroaO—K way street, ID said waid. ' : -& Precinct No 2.-All that territory embracing?! .within the following jnctes and bounds torwlt-.:* Gouimcndngm the corner of TweliUi and Market ;•'.', streets, thence running east on the south line oI ; -- ? 5 Marketstreet,toSixteei th street, thence south-on-™ the west line of .sixteenth sti e.et to Smead street. '&"-* thence west oiHhe north line uf Siuei.d sireet to 3; rweltihstrett, and i.b. nee north on east line'ofj'^ rweifth street to the place of bepinnJiig. And it 'S .s ordered !U«t the ejections jn said precinct 6e '»> heid ui the' rain-nth street engine U use in said 3%. Precinct Vo. .".—Ali that territory fmbraced'-' a jvlihln tlie ]olicv>lnp motes and bounds, to-wlt- ; ?i Commencing, at .el river on Sixteenth street,'-'*: thence ruiinlnjessuitli- on east Jlne ol 1 Sixteenth 1 '-^ street to Market'sireet. tht-nce i ast on nonli nW-3 of. Market strett to Eighteenth street; theme"- 1 *; south on east line of Eighteenth street to Spear-•& street, thence east on north line of Spear slreet to c*: the east limits of tbe city, thence nonh along the £a eastern limits (f (he city to Eel riv.-r. thence west'S! along souih bank, of. Eel river to place of beerav'-TS nlna. And It is ordered ihut tbe elections in sai<jS5« precinct be Ueld ii. the office of the street cat ';' ; ? ouildlDgin said ward. *•:•;•& Pricinct Kp. 4-A1J-that territory embraced'Vd wiihln-the lollowing melts and tawds, to-rat- : "3 Commencing;it the corner <jf the IVabash.StLonls - '?S and Pattille nillwaj and Twellth sireet,lhence east - -'4$ alone raid railway to feventeenth street, thence^a north on i.he east iljie of Seventeenth street to the' : $ Wabash and Erie canal i ed tbence vest alimjj-?! said canal betl to Sixteenth street, tlience norm : -'*£ on east line or Sixteenth street to Market st-eet,'~3 thence east on south line of Market streetto v'^ E ghthteenth street, thence south on west toe of v ; vS eighteenth street to Spear street, thence eastern : .\-& south Jlne of :-pear street, to east limits ofdrr..V-isS tbence. south along tbe east limits of said city to ; ' : "$ Wabash river, thence west along Ihe north bank^Jj m "i/Wa'Ms'b river, with meanders thereof, to-*«J Tneilih.stieet. ai.d tlience i.orth on eastline ol <??i Twellth streetftoihe place ol beginning And it'-S is ordered that the elections In said precinct b>' iffi held In the house r.ow owned by Budolpb Berndt ~-® >'o. 629 Seventeenth street, in said ward . --5S PrecinctKo.5-AH thatterritoryembraifdwIlJito''^? the following metes and bounds, to-wlt: Commenc- •• T *9S Ingaithe corner of Twelfth and Smead streets,--^ thenoe running east on the south jiue of Smead -SSs streetto Sixteenth street, thence south on the west "«S line of Sixteenth street to the Wabash and Erie % %* canal bed, tlience east on the line of saldcanal bed. -»| to seventeenth street, thencesonth on west line ot'iSI Seventeenth street to WabashBailway, thence west-;>?& along said-railway to Twelfth street, thence north ><$ on the east line of Twelfth street to the pla< e o£ be- - :;-3| ginning. And it Is ordered that the electicns in'"-Ss saldprecinctbeheldatwhatis known as Tonp's :: S"s.' shoe shop in said ward. " •"•'?£% •i he State of Indiana, the County of Cass, Die City o ; - "H Logansport, ss: - : ''l«t J.JohnJ.Taggart, Clerk of the CUT of Logan : A'iM • --*, Indiana, do hereby certify that toe above is a '^ CfcrnmonAll at a : ' completecopyoftheproceedingsof the Co Council of the .city oi Logansport, Indiana,- -,~-' regular session held In the council chamber of sald-'-**^ city on Wednesday evening; March IS, Ml, .relative - ; iS&j the. establishing of voting precincts for the varl--wsl s winds comprising the City of Logansport,- In-;'*$ iana. as the same appears ofrecord In my office!. -- -'v-f Witness my hand and theseal of tbeCit'y of L'6« -'•?'* to th ou diana. d theseal of tbeCit'y gansport. tfiJs 19th day of March. 1891. • [SEAL.] JOHKJ.TAGGAUT,' ' Clerk City of Logansport, Indiana. OTOPS ALL ^^ unnatural discharges in 24 hours. '•'A Gonorrhei. in 3 days. No Stricture No Pain. SURE Adopted bytheCsr- ,- ;: manGovcrnment for -'* Hospital &Arrayu50.-; : 'f P.S.C. isjmtupfor: ':.' American trade iS-;;-;-4 a patent bottle holdv '•-.•'; i WT 'yrinffe (see cu r) --V At druggsts, txditdinx$xri IThe VonMbhlCompany, Cincinnati, Chi*. 3 Solo American ARcaa. ' ' B5 y. KEESL1NG, Agent, Logansport, Ini. Ladies $500 RewdJ Dr. Anderson's English Female! Regulating'' Pills are the Kiifcst and most reliable. Give them'-' a trial and te convir ced. At Drug Stole or by : " mall, cost-paid t.;er box JLOO, 3 boxes forl$2.50.l.-.. . Jttoka MedtcinelCo., Toledo', O. For sale In Loga.nsi;ort,I'lnd,by BenlFisher, Ko'Sll '' Fourth Street, '.•"-.'. : Mention paper. JOSEPH filLLOTT'S STEEL PENS. GOLD MEDAL, PARIS EXPOSITION, 1889/THE MQgT PERFECT OF PENS. Mrs. Allen's Parlglan Face Blench Golden Hair Wish. Mamma Dura, for dcvel-.' opine- the bust. Kusma, for removing: supcrfu- •' ous hair. B»ne dressing. All coeds wllolaalo and retail. Send s etc. for illusiratcd circular.' •' Full line of fine linir coods. MM. R. W. Allen. :' Wood. A»., Detroit. Mich. OnrMftlydor Perfection Syringe Iree ivith «yery • Oottle. Prevents strtfturv. Cures «onorrh«» »cd dlcvt Iu I in-! clayo. Ask your Bmgclsf' ior it. -Sent u, any uddress for gI.OO. AddreM "*"«A:jUPG.CO.,LANCASTER,a .JUDICIOUS AND PERSISTENT Advertising. has always proven-'f successful. Before placingany/-.. Xcwspaper Advoi-tising' consult'-'"" LORD &• THOMAS.-',';' . AUTlillTlSIXfl AL'EXTS, . ' •e'M J!> lli,..lal,,U S,^(. CHICAGO- MS CURRY COMB Precinct No. L— All the territory embraced within tlie following metes and bounds, to-wlt: Commencing at the corner ol Sixth and High streets, ttencerunnlrig north on Pontlac street to Hanna street, thence: east nn. (he south line of Hanna street to Clifton avenue, thence north on. the east line of Clifton avenue, to the -ward boundary line thence east (long the ward boundary line to east limits of said, ward, thence southeast 'ilongthe line of said ward t» Fel . river, thence west alone the north bank ol Eel river, with < the meanders Patented in United Btatca, July 16, IMS. lit:'•' in Ten Pordgu Countries A"COMB THAT COMBINES THE STRENGTH,OF METAL WITH THE ELASTICITYoFA BRUSH; Efficient, Humane, Convenient and Durable.!-^ ^K ^j^MMRMNH^' r- —— '+— — ''-^ JI^CIBCULAB3 ON APPXJCATJON'.'^Ji •Ask-jour dealer ftfr it^-or send -50o, : "forMmiplebymttilif;:'.;'• SPRING CURRY COMTcl, South Bend; Ind.

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