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mm VOL 48. OTTAWA, ILL., SATURDAY, AUGUST 0, 1887. NO. 52. WE LIVE TO PLEA.SE. The measure of life being but a rpao, We should enjoy it while we can ; To accomplish tbi no better way Thaa lire with all in harmony. Hack ehoulJ endeavor each to please, Whuh can be done with greatest ease.. It inly needs to lay aside .Self, that would our reason guide. To please has been our life's desire ; We toil fur it, but never tire; Aid passing yearg'iuggest new ways 0; whioh we may the peeple please. for our last effort in this way, errait us here a word to say, And introduce you, if you choose, Co our unequalled itock of shoes. There's nothing like it in the land, And prices what the times demand, Besides in comfort, case and wear, i'ou'11 find perfection every pair. A. LYNCH. CIIAS. KNQEDLER, Meat Market, MAIN STREET, Summer Sausage a Specialty. All meat. frli Anil wilt. tiiinilleil, snd het imlty the li.itrkeT HlTnnls alwavs oh IihiiiI. liiHiil ilelivereil tnorr. tour patronage In tulhattid, anil uu efforts will lie aoareu to give jou Perfect Siitiifii'tion at All Tinus. vtw. III., July Sfi. intf. fl MM III il1 AND HACK LINE. 150. TELEPHONE. 150. peterTegan Would repet'"lly annotinrv to the ritlzt-im of Ottiiw and vicliilt) tlmt he has one of the ctioleeiM Livery Stock iu the- city. at the City Stablim, suoh an The Latest Styles of Hacks, Carriages and Buggies, To let at p-tees to suit the Milieu. Parties. Weddlnftk t unemlK, lli nlc, Ae.,miiplU'i4 with (lood Klfts on uliori uutlce. Funerals m the country or adjoining towni I nimptJy mtei.detl to. I'erwmi taken to or from tin 'totn, or to the Country, nlirht or rinv. f IleHieinlier tli pliirti i)n Madison trct. eat of tideruU ne ttloelt wt of new court house. Ottawa Feb. ISM. i'LTKR EGAN. AT H. J. GILLEN'S or ALL r GREAT BARGAINS IN EVERY DEPARTMENT NOW. Call and See. II. J. GILLEIJ, UVERT AND FEED STABU M - II lilllS mm Itargalua Mill to ! Had. The mid euoinier tale at H. J. Gillen' hai been unprecedenledly successful eiceeding any similar sale the house ha ever enjoyed. Though the atnouut of goods moved has been very large, there yet remain great bar gains in desirable lines of seasonable goods the duplication of which can hardly be ex pected after this sale. Those, therefore, who bare not made purchases should call soon. The sale, of course, extends into the su perb boot and shoe department, which will be found very full of choice goods at reduced pHces, This department alone Is worth careful inspection. Some new prices are observaMo in the grocery house as well which is, of course, always in the lead as to low prices on stan dard, reliable goods. It is hinted about town that Din. Kane, who nill bo readily remembered in connec tion with the infamous "Rock" bouse of ill fume, that caused so much trouble to the police, aud which was finally raxed by the lute William "Re Idick, has purchased the building next east of the National City Dank, and will open a "high toned'' saloon there! Cut will he? Mrs. Dr. Keck cures catarrh, consump tion, asthma, heart disease and all female troubles. Tbe survivors of tbe gloriuus old 11th 111 Infantry will bol l a reunion at St. Louis during the National Encampment in Septem ber. Their headquarters wHI be at Antbra cite Coal Exchange, No. C, 417 Tine St., the Exchange having tendered the use of their hall A numlier of oificcrs and men have already promised to be present, an i it is hoped there will he a full attendance of those in tlii vicinity. Picture Frame. Ca'l at C. M. Forbes' and get your pictures framed. A great variety of the latest pat terns. Fafriek Galvin, au old resident of this county, who died recently, came from the parish of Dungh, county Kerry, Irelitnd, (where ho was born,) 37 years ago last June. lie nrrived in New Orleans, and came from that ci-y north, stopping first at St. Louis, and then settled hoje, where ho resided un til his ile th. lie married his wife, who survives him, in Ireland, the fruits of the union being six daughters and two sons, of whom four daughters and one son, J. F. Gal-' vin, survive him. lie was a kind and affec tionate husband and father, a welcome neigh bor and a warm friend to many, He accu mulated quite a share of this world's goods and leaves liis family amply provided for. J. E. Porter lias been thinking for some time that the enterprising young gents near Ottawa will want new bugnies to come to the races with next week, and so has an elegant stock on hand all grades and prices. Call and see them. Ou the Barren Itorks. About thirty couples of Ottawa and La Salle young people were at Starved Rock last WednesJay evening. Ball's orchestra was in attendance, as was also a large supply of refreshments and a thunderstorm. The exercises were commenced at about 8 r. m with a picnic supper by a portion of the ear ly arrivals. The ladies and gentlemen in convention assembled then proceeded to dance in the beautiful sylvan bower which occupies the summit of the rock. The afore said bower in a novelty in its way. It wax doubtless left there by the .Indians under Old I'outiac, who gave the name to the rock. Looking at it in this light, it might properly be termed a Uft bower, inasmuch as there are probably better bowers out. The floor of the bower would be very excellent but for the two or three score of tenpenny nails which raised their aspiring heads above the boards, and the boards themselves were fain to tilt up an end or an edge ever and anon, to keep the festive dancers from putting their trust in earthly things. After the party present had been engaged for about an hour in tripping carefully around nail heads under the fairy roofing of this sylvan bower, the rain descended, and the floods came, and the winds blew, and it rained like thunder. The group of merry makers looked very picturesque aa they huddled together in the farther end of the sylvan bower, and smiled benignly upon one another. Then the rain ceased, and the' music tuned up again, and the exercises were resumed with vigor. When last heard from the party was starting for home. They were filled with enjoyment and ice water. The moon beamed upon the procession of carriages, and furnished the occupant a trimmed torch to light them on their home ward way. Let ts hope they arrived in safety. Go to Linderman's for fruit of all kinds. Try them. Yesterday Geo. II. Haighl, Esq, local clerk of the Modern Woodmen of America, paid over to Ed. T. Bradford, guardian of the infant son of late neighbor Chas. L. Brad ford, $3,000 in full of the certificate held by him. Mr. Haight informs ua the money was ready and would have been paid within five days after the death, had a guardian been appointed to receive it. As it is the order ha responded very prompt, an I h justly entitled to the popularity it enjoys in this city where it ha a very Urge and rapidly increasing membership. Sacrifice Summer Good. NEXT WEEK AT Will be devoted to selling out all summer goods at a sacrifice. There will be "starters' in eaob HULL'S j and every department, to that if you want ro get on the track for the best bargains you have ever got you must make your emeries Monday morning early. There will be a great race each day. Early starters of course have the best show. Sum mer goods, tuoh aa Tarasols, Fans, Ibices, Un lerear, Hosiery, Ac, So , will not be spared the fate if the slaughter in prices. Every one of these goods have been selling at double the money they h ive heretofore been asking for them. When you are in town next week attend the "summer clothing out race" At Hi ll's. The Opera House season begins on Mon day night, when the Adams Cotnpauy begin a week's season, opeuing in "Daughter of the Regiment." The company eomes with very good recommendations; and a week's treat is in store for theatre goers. See French's trunks before you buy. The Old Settlers' Annual Reunion and Picnic will take place iu Aliens Park, on the south bank of Illinois, ou Thursday, Aug. 18th. A completo programme of the exercises will appear in the Fhke Tbahkk next week. Meantime old settlers will make their prep arations to attend uud have a good time as of old. Don't forget Mrs. Dr. Keek's visit to this oity next Wednesday, Aug. 10th. . There was no lens than three or four fights on the street last Saturday. Among the les ser lights, the big, grand melee of the even ing was when the sheriff tried to arrest two noisy drunks named Hickey and Foley. There was a fight, in which two or three officers and two drunks took fart. The offi cers finally came in ahead.. Foley was fined $'Jo ami costs before Squire Weeks .Monday morning, and Hickey was taken to Galviu on a change of venue. Slief'el's weather tlas are now iu shape and the signals are received by him by tele graph every day. The cards will tell the signals and their menuing. Siiefel has the cards free of charge. Base ball goods, fishiug tackle, boxing gloves, etc , at J. L. Pilhgi k's, With all the natural attractions of Ottawa there is no need of auyoue's pining very much on account of his inability to go to a large summer resort. What wiih Deer l ark, Starved Kock, the Canyons, and two fine lit tle steam launches on the river, nobody need grumble at staying in Ottawa during the summer. Tourists, The best line of trunks in the oily and at lower prices than ever before. J. M. French. St, Elmo Lodge No. 7, Ottawa division uniform rank of the Knights ef Pythias, to the number of 21, went to Blooniington last Monday to the state brigade encampment. and returned Thursday morning. All re port having had an excellent time. The bri gade, which has hitherto contained but two regimen's, was divided iuto four. Ottawa, Fort Dearborn, Chicago, Danville, Juliet and some others were assigned to the third regi ment. This regiment elected Mr. Benedict, of Joliet, Lieut. Colonel; Mr. Hesse, of Ger mania Division of Chicago, Major, and Dr. Augustus Ives, of Ottawa Division, Surgeon. There was a grand parade Wednesday morn ing, under the command of Brig. Geu. K. L. Braud, of Chicago. In the afternoon there was a fanoy drill by some of the Chicago crack companies, aad the presentation of some flags. There were about twelve hun dred present at the encampment. Fresh oysters in every style at J. L. Pier- gue s. While there are many of our citizens who leave Ottawa to look for a place of rest and recrea:ion, there are many more who cannot lose the time or spare the money for an ex tended tour. Let all such remember that the picnic and excursion grounds wphin half a mile of Ottawa are very fine, and that the Sidney S. can carry picnics on short notice at reasonable rates. Mr. Porter also keeps a good assortment of row-boats. While you stay at home enjoy yourself. Etnil and Joseph Boiesenin, under the firm name of Boissenin Bros., have ur- chased the Arcade Billiard Hall and Saloon, on La Salle street. These young men are thoroughly acquainted with the business an 1 the patrons of the "Arcade'' will find it at all time under tbe new management fully equal in all respect to the Arcade by W. J. Sinon. They invite the patronage of the public. On Wednesday, Julius Hasse, a boy about 9 years of age, died in Peru from the effeots of a kick in the abdomen, administered to him by Victor Prudent, aged ' The latter has tied tbe town. An insane convict named C. W. Everest was taktn to the Kankakee asylum last Tues day. Tbe rain that touched here Wednesday night gave Freedom a thorough drenching. llnrao Men, Meals to order at Piergue's. Disn. Miss Minnie Stevenson, south side, who-has been very ill of typhoid fever, died Tuesday afternoon. She was buried Wed. neaday afternoon at four o'clock, Rev. T. A. Burdick officiating. Deoeaeed was but 12 years of age, and had only been sick three weeks. A few days ago, a ion of Mr. Class Class on, living near Fox river, between Wedron and Serena, while bathing In the river, picked off 'the bottom a nugget of pure cop per, about five or six pounds weight. This is but one of numerous nuggets of various size (geueiatly smaller than this) picked out of the river at that place. The polished side being uppermost, in rightness caused Its discovery. The question is, where did it come from? Did a glacier ages ago bring i, down from fhe Lake Superior copper mines? Dr. Rev. Dr. Ficleriek left Monday night for a month's vacation. The tour will take-in St. Paul, Minneapolis, and the lakes in that region; then from Duluth by Lake Superior, Huron and Erie to Cleveland, where be will visit Mrs. Frederick's father and mother a week or two, coming back by way of Chicago. There will be preaching every Sunday morning at the Baptist church and Sunday school. Regular pray er meeting ser vices through the week. Rev. Mr. Jones, of Amboy, will supply the pulpit next Sunday uiuruuig. The Courts. I'lri'Uit Court. The following are the cases filed in the circuit clerk's office during the past week and to take their turn on the court calendar: Stw Cnf Alice Mothersbaugh vs Wui Muthersbaiigh, divorce. John A R ader vs Win II Sheai lnirn, appeal. People vs John I wu, ouuo't oei iw wui. lei iu Krniiii jury lor as.Mllt with intent to kill. Catherine Barker vs Frank Barker, divorce. N D.tnan vs L Morrissey, sheriff replevin. John C Walker vs Frank Whitine et al, cuit to collect debt. E F Dangan vs V 11 Green, appeal. County Court. In rf Preston ordered ih it assignee pay to insolvent his exemption claimed. Ordered that real estate be sold. re Margaret Buckley; jury hud defendant insane. Ellis and Robinson vs Couch: judgment against defendant for f and costs. In the mat ter of Irate I.obin allege I to bo insane, do- feudaut declared insane and committed to the state hospital at Elgin. I'rIiit Court. Lftfer nf t,'iiniiiiifnj)VM of Charles B Bradford, minor; EJgarA Bradford appoint- ad guardian. .ttrrtof .I'lminislru'wH Est of Charles Bradford, Kdar A Bradford a liur. Final ll'iurtVM of Solmi n Price, Levi Spntilding admr. Est of Puul Boehm, II M Gallnghcr executor. Ltd of S Hodgson, W II Walls exctr. Est or Albert (1 Reel sr., V P and A U Reel excirs. Est of VYm Bakarte minor, Dalius Gin guard. Est of Henry P llovey, Mary Ann llovey admx. Est of Josiah M Dron, Lucy D Draw admx. Con. servatorship of Margaretia Telzer, G W Ravens conservator. M.serlUineoiis Theron D Brewster admr. tie bents m n vs Geo Lowthrop et al, petition to sell real estate. Eitate of Clement Gord. win, G. S McFerson executor, supl bill. Es. of Frank Leuigvr, Elmoro 11 Whitaker cxe cutor, report of private sale of personal prop erty, petition fur public sale. In the Olll.e.. it PAL P.STATK TBA.NSKKRS. Peter Luelton to Maria Nelson, 32, MO r, pt sea sec 20, t 3-ri, r 5, $1070. Margaret Barton to Bunnell Mclnturf, lots I and 2, ilia Park, addition to Strealor, 100. T K Halligan to the Mathies & Hegeler Ainc Co., e 100 a, seq sec 11, t M, r 1, f),2-'0. M AKItlAOK I.K KNSK.H. Melville Myers, Cora E thorn. I' tjrani Taylor, Edna Hortoti. John Niehelsnu, Llizibeth I.aller. Franklin )' I'lmtnason, Bwrtha Fosscland. William I llaien, Minnie, Mauix. Arthur Willis, Nora Fuller. For four weeks following the services of tomorrow the Congregational church build ing will be occupied by the people of the First M. E. church The trusters of the Congregational church have, offered the Meth. odist people theirhouse during their pastor's vacation, and the offer has been accepted. Mrs J. L. Curran, of Strealor, died Tues day morning at the residence of her father, Mr. Patrick Looney, of this city. The imme diate cause of her death was child birth. Mrs. Curren was well known and much es. teemed in this city, where she had lived most of her life. The funeral took place Thursday morning at nine o'clock from Mr. Looney's residence on Mar'juetfo street. The following programme has been arrang. ed for tbe firemen's tournament at Joliet, on the 2'ith inst: Steamer coutest, start with col 1 water and thro or.e hundred feet through lot) teet of hose; first priie ft'iO, second priie ilO. Steamer contest for long distance throw ing, first priie ?7o, second fP). Hose coupling contest, team of two men each; first priie, f2'j; seoon l ilo; third jln. Hose-cart race, companies i f 1 men each; first prize J2.1; second JI2; third jdO. Foot race, free for all firemen; first prixe fT, secoul I"; third 3. The C , B. A Q. road will run a specia' triin fr tbe benefit of those who wish to ait ul the Ottawa rice next week. It will leave Paw Paw at 8 o'clock a. m. on Tbunt day and Friday, and return immediately af ter the races. CREAM CHEESE lO cts. per Pound. CHOICE JAPAN TEA, GOOD COFFEE. WE SELL C. GILBERT'S STARCH, THE BKST AMI CHE WEST. Come and get a Packagf. W. C. RIALE & CO., Bsvrg-cbin G-rocers. Ottawa Iu Tdrvo. H. A. Butler has a new delivery wagon. The new Pioneer Works are now running. "Daughter of the Regiment" at the Opera House Monday. Lust Sunday a large party bold a picnic at Do Bolt Spring. Bollmeyer, of Ottawa, will start a branch house at Spring Valley. Races at Strcator this week. Many Ottawa people are in attendance. The La Bistie Glass Works will start again 'established at Ottawa, at M. Siiefel's e!?th next Monday with a full force. j ing house. Daily telegrams will be received George InhotT died at the county asylum from the Illinois Weather Bureau by Dr. last Saturday afternoon, of old age. ; Next week the races will be here with j the jockeys and all those who follow thecir- j cuit. j Twenty-two of tho Ottawa lodge uniformed i rank lv. of P. left for Bloomington last ' Tuesday. Dr Fredericks, of the Baptist church, left , 1 1 for the lakes Monday last, to enjoy . vaca . tiou trip. I The milling firm of Cotton, Dawoll A Ham- j The firm is now Cotton & ' When placed above N'os. ! or 2 it indicates Hamilton. W!irm W0(ll.P. WI0I1 , .u.t, i tt.liw '()(, j ,r Geo. Fyfe' carload of watermelons didn't o it indicates cold weather; whh not (lis spoil on his hands. They were good and ; played the indications are that the tempera -sold raoidly. ' ,u, e remain stationary or that the change ' . ,, ,,' . ,, . , in temperature will not vary live decree frnM. Tho "Belle of Ottawa took a parly ofi., . 1 . ' , J.. iuo Mine ii the temperature ut the same hour af the prt- young people for a moonlight excurtdou last Ce ling day. Tuesday evening No. 4. Cold wavetlig. hx teet srjnnre. The reunion of the HUth will be oneeek indicates the approach of a sudden and de ,. , -ii ' eided fall in the temperai tire. This diurnal i earlier than arranged at hr-t. ctcrat.s will ft( tvuly TMrWTi please take notice. : in advance of the cold wave. It is not dis- Uemcmber that the Big Bend Reunion played unless, a temperature of forty five de occurs one week earlier than at first intend " expected, nor is flog No. i . . displayed with it. ed. It begins August -4. Wh.'n displayed on ting po'es the signal. The finance committee of the Big Bend Hhll ho arranged to read downward ; when Reunion are hard at work on subscriptions, displayed from a horinntal support a small au I are inciting with fair success. steamer should bo attached to indicate the , , ..... . .,,..; point from which the Httntl is 'o he read. The saloon linn of bile A McQuade has j dissolved, Mr. White retiring and taking' peaches, ear, oranges, melons, banana possession of the saloon in white s Hotel. The V. 0. A. hil l their monthly gospel meeting at the Baptist church last Monday . , I evening. There was a goouiy anenuauce. Tho Ottawa syndicate who owns an oil i well at Lima, Ohio, have "struck lie," to the extent of 100 barrels a day from our well. Company Dr will commemorate the anni versary of lis organiiatlon by a banquet aad toast at the Armory, next Tuesday uvening, Aug. Itlh. An editor at Marseilles has recently been robbed of f 10, and now all the dime museum managers are anxious to secure him an an attraction. The headquarters of the Big Bend re union will be open from 8 a. in. to 9 p. m. in the rooms in the Bushuill block, next to Colonel Fullerton's oflice. Owing to the difficulty of securing tents, the Big Beud IU) union will be held tbe three days beginning Aug. 21 one week earlier than planned at first. The ladies of the Seoond M. E. church . . - l.i. : :1 gave a most jova.uo ..... ....... Tuesday evening ai me resilience oi u. Logan, on the south side. A party consisting of P.. V. Griggs, Clar ence Griggs and S. E. King left Thursday morning for Yellowstone Park. They will , ,. make a three weeks trip of it. J. H. Mills, the Ottawa machinist, has taken iuto partnership Mr. J. F. Taylor, late of Wenona, 111. The new firm start strong . , . . , ..... and with the best wishes of it fr.ends. During the month of August the Baptist church will substitute for the usual Sunday evening service a even o'clock prayer meet- n ing, to which the public is cordially invtted. Mr. G. II. Whipple, of Waltham, met wiih a paiuful accident last Friday. While mi loadiug a load of oats he fell and dislocated his shoulder. He was taken to La Salle, and j professioaa! visit aext Wednesday. Otfice, Dr. Clendenen cared for him. Clifton Hotel. Tomorrow morning the Rev. W. P. Day "" ' preaches his last sermon before his vacation, i rmimen, Imc WVlnUy duly th 1 i Isurllngton Mad inaugural.! a system of He will leave town next Wednesday for a muUliTy prWHutl.ms that wui doubtless b four weeks' sojourn in the country. There np;ri iatd by th pitpins sf that p.ulir will le communion services tomorrow even- ' rl. At all trmin il stations carstir suV , . . jM-toJ to a thxrough CDtirHK of diiMrIi. mg at six o clock. t(l)n The cars am sAr.U ole m n:! .tisin Bolder, the Streator murderer, or more 1 f tants tM-atCrnil in cars an 1 In slo.ns st properly speaking, one of Strealor s murder, that n rm of di.as .shall Vtm Iu wait for ers, attempted to hang himself in Lis cell iu the U"w'y- the cuinty jail, in Ottawa, last Sunday night. , KnUhN f Ut)l)(. ,,aV(J , h Unfortunately, he was not successful. HehasjtiilU setting forth tiiat tii third kunml now recovered, ana wnus his trial in the plnK- of tli Fox ttlveir Valley K'li.bti , ' will ! hld at Stenr's park, Aurora usual way. V!wlay. Aa;;. 17. A Crand profession The "Belle of Ottawa ha been overhaul i wjtll n,,;, p, hinJ will pirid in e l and some slight change male in ber roa- the foren., srt I ad lrs.t by ir tntnnt chmery. Mr. Hossack made a trip to tbe ' mmWs th oMr will be delUvrexl la , . , , . , . the afte-ru un at tht park, canyon last week, and has a channel cleared ; ' lon to that point. He is prepared to take : " TKh IV .! V aort .i.ln.. ... I. l... . picnic and excursion parties to the canyons t y water without landing in the mad. M...1 ft k.iuis. e H.n, 1 L . . . . . ... i'.ton w.gon, which is the best selling wgru In the country. It sells en its merit. 50 cents per Pound. 20 cents per Pound. HrffajjiLL B. B. GRIFF.TIf , Agt Ottawn, 111-.. Signal Stath.o I'Ihk. At last a weather signal station has bee Harris, the Bureau's office here, and the pre dictions received will be signaled by flag, from tho roof of M. Stiefel's building, which has been made an official station. The flags used are four in number and de-eribed a follows: No. I. white lug, six feet square, alwnyi m luates clear or lair weather, no rain. V'.. ) It t ... it ...! e . -. i' .i. Vinow ' ' So. A. Black triangular Hag, six feet at the base and six feet in length, always refers 10 'em -eraiure. und grapes, and all fruits at lowost market. price at Limikrm . . - in. i ... mi i r i iiie .imrri .n ryn.mr win ncrjuHT io published under the management of the- American Magniine Company, a corporation abundantly equipped in finances rind busi ness experience. Readers are promised a. continuous improvement of the mrsgaiine in all its departments, including several new and attractive features. Last Saturday John Shaver, son of Jackson R Shiver, of Hast Ottawa, was kieked by a. horse, both hind feet striking him in tbe stomach. He was found an hour afterwards lying in the pasture in an unconscious crr dition, and his recovery is very doubtful. Mauley A Jordan have cerlainly a very fine line of roa 1 catts. Road men shooK examine them before puroha-'inj. It is the best. . . Dinners, Dinners, at Pierg'ie's. , r,ln,iennan keeps the best fruits in ih ; cUy Try ,hen j j .. Mr, )r Keek returns to her infirmury i Saturday, July :!(th. after an absence of tee ! ''"J her branch ofl'ios. as will h. ,een by an it em from the Ujuiucy Ht.iU : Th U.ocoh f Mrs. Dr. Keck present visit to j Q,llrK.j nattered by the large number ot? , patients she is consulting and trr.vtng daily, j lrr "'""' ' "'I Treni.ml were literallr jammed with people all day yenerdav, many ' many coming a distance of one hundred : miles to see her; and such is the deramd j fr her medicines she was obliged to or b r i no""'r -'''P' hJ P". hf i i final n lid Ii-ini7tp I Min in. rnnrrn m m.Kl K rv j ,he wi ,ei4fe for UnnitliIi whve ;ht hM : t.en unexpectedly ca lel, going thence t ! Davenport. ' H We learn th doctor favors OlUwa wiih t k ' ' (Stile, setting gTadlnij stakes during th ; put Wfek, reariieu itlpley near tretor cm ', Frld iv afternoon, bavins coinid:eil tbelr Nbor. Th rlifht of way fir tu niaJ has . ;I b,n uj f.om L, lije t0 n0rtJi line of Cagle township.