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Logansport, Indiana
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Friday, May 16, 1890
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from the Xotcbook of Onr Hallway Reporter— Point* Personal and Otherwise. The Pan Handle pay oar will be in the city to-day. Supt. Bennett and Trainmaster Green were at Chicago yesterday. Dr W, R- Cisna, medical examiuer tor the Pennsylvania lines at Chicago, was in the city yesterday. The new time card which -was to ~o into effect Sunday next on the Pan Handle has been indefinitely postponed. J A S. Reed, General Traveling Agent for the Union Pacific lines, with headquarters at Chicago, was in the city yesterday. The Lake Shore road last year in- inveBted $1,832,647 in new equipments, and the Michigan Central $450,000, 60 per cent of which was used in purchasing locmotives. Probably the oldest train boy in the world "is in active service on the Derby railroad, between ^ew Haven and Birmingham, Conn. His name is Henry Warren, and he is in his 82d year. The Sickle Plate is contemplating the construction of a branch road from Stuartville, on their line, to Findlay, Ohio. If the company de- eides to build the work will be pushed speedy forward. The distance is about eight miles. President Mayer, of the Baltimore 4; Ohio railroad company, says: "You may say as coming from me that there is no truth whatever m the rumor that any negotiations of any sort are pending between the Richmond terminal or any other company and the Baltimore & Ohio for any of the stock owned by the eity of Baltimore or the Garrett estate." The Aultman-Taylor machinery train which passed through Logansport Wednesday afnernoon, made a record breaking run. The train of thirty cars, engine 465—engineer R. Truman, conductor Downs, made the run from Bradford to ]S T orth Judsou, 157 miles, in six hours and fifty-five minutes, including a stop of thirty minutes at Logansport. Engine 465 is one of the new cousoli- dators recentlv received from the Fast. While running into Atlanta, a small station on the south end of the Lake Erie & Western road, last week the beii of engine 66, in charge of Phil Roynton, suddenly cracked while ringing. It has been taken off the engine and the company will endeavor to make it servicable by patching it. Should they fail, the bell will be given to Mr. Boynton as a relic of his railroad service, it being the same bell which Mr. Boynton rung 34 years ago when a fireman and which he has had control of since he has been an engineer. Dispatches from Findlay, Ohio, intimate that Andrew Carnegie will purchase the Mahoning railway, •which is graded to Fort Wayne and sav "Carnegie, it is understood, will build through to Chicago at once. He intends to use the Mahoning to Fort Wayne and possibly a part of Colonel Lee's road to Chicago, and the Pittsbnrg and Western, Carnegie intends to have a division point at Fort Wayne, but his outlet Iroia there to Chicago is problematical. The Lee road may be used, but it now looks as if a Chicago & Atlantic deal for Chicago terminal facili- dent of the Supreme Council of the Federation of Railway Employes, •which consists of turee grand officers of each of the orders of firemen, brakenien, brotherhood conductors and switchmen, called a meeting of the council, which was held yesterday. A communication in the name of the council, was sent to President Barnard asking for an interview, which was granted at 2 o'clock, at which Chief Sargent, Chief Wilkinson, of the Brotherhood of Trainmen (Brakemen); Chief Howard, of the Brotherhood of Conductors; and vice-Grand Master Downey, of the switchmen, with the local committee were present. At 5 o'clock an agreement was reached by which tho labor organizations were recognized for the first time an this road, an increase of wages obtained and changes promised in the rules to the benefit of the men. The engineers pay was increased 3 and 2-11 cents a mile for passenger engines, 4 cents for freight engines, 4 cents for four and six wheelers, and 4{ cents for consolidated engines. Heretofore firemen have received 50 per cent, of the pay of engineers. Hereafter they will receive 54 per cent. Oce of the important changes in the rules is that seniority is to prevail in promotions on divisions. One of the interesting features of the settlement is that the federated council in which the engineers have so far abstained from membership secured benefits for the engineers. The new scale of wages is now in harmony with that in foree on competing lines. ties is now on. This will necessitate the construction of a branch from Fort Wayne to a point on the Chicago & Atlantic for a connecting link." As announced in the Journal's telegraphic dispatches yesterday morning the Order of Railway Conductors in Grand Convention at Rochester, voted to amend the constitution by eliminating the non- strike clause therefrom. Although opposed strenuously by Chief Wheaton, to whose policy in the past may be largely attributed the order's -weak and impotent condition, the convention spoke with no "uncertain sound. Mr. Wheaton and his milk and water policy must go. The Journal congratulates the Order of Railway Conductors on the most sensible step it has taken since it started out on the lines laid down by Mr. Wheaton's suicidal policy. The next step will doubtless be a universal federation of all railway organizations, a federation not for the purpose of striking and tying up the transportation companys of the country but an organization for the purpose of preventing that very action. When this grand union is an accomplished fact we shall forget what a railway strike is like. With fair minded conservative men at its head, arbitration, the only correct and sensible method of settling wage difficulties will obtain to the utter exclusion of harsher methods. Railroad corporations are composed of men; human nature in these men predominates as largely as in other men. They will not consent to arbitrate with a disjointed organization whom they can drive. They will arbitrate when an organization confronts them that is strong enough to command their resoect, and fair enough to abide by the result of the arbitration. Such an one will be the federated order of railway employes. For some time there has been prospects of trouble on the O. and M. By. between the management and the trainmen. -But all is lovely now and the trainmen are happy. Thirty days ago a local grievance committee of engineers and firemen on the road wait* d on President Barnard at Cincinnati and asked for more wages, besides changes in several rules. President Barnard asked for time. On May 8 he ottered some concessions to the engineers, who declined them unless the firemen were recognized. On May C Grand Chief Arthur of the engineers, and Grand Chief Sarpcnt called on President Barnard, who received them courteously as individuals but refused to treat with them us official representatives of their brotherhoods. The local committee then refused to have further consultation with President J5aruard;i Chief Sargent, as presi- Ho«r Ho Won the Jewpl. "Nathan, you are married, I understand," said the Governor of Tennessee, addressing a hillside constituent. "Yes, sir, captured the best-lool(ing Rirl in the whole community. Old Lign Peterson's daughter Rose. You kuowod her, 1 reckon." "Yes, but I thought she. was engaged to Sam Parker." "She was, but I got ahead of him. Tell you how it was. She loved Sam powerful, for ho is the best circuit-rider we have ever had- I loved Rose, and was mightily downcast, for I thought thar wa'n't no use in buckln' agin him. Well, the day for the marriage was s«t. and a passul of us come to town to sno the weddin". for Kosu 'lowed that -he wanted to be married in town, and tho;i take the cars for home, i hereby eittin' a ten-mile bridal tower. When we got to town, lo, and behold there was a circus. with mo' horses than a strongman could shake'-a pole at. Rose was mighty keen to go to the show, but Sam says, says he, 'Rose, you Know it's agin my religion, an' therefo' we can't go. Stay here vill 1 go an'git the license." Rose's under jaw drapped. When Sam was eone I says, says I. 'Rose, wouldn't, you like to go to that show?' " 'Yes, but Sam won't take me.' " 'That's bad. Rose, fur they've ;jot a world of horses.' "Then she turned up and began to cry. 'Rose,' says I, 'if yoa marry Sam youkan't go to the show, that's certain; but if you marry me I'll take you.' She studied awhile, and says, says she, 'An' let me stay to the concert airier the big show's over?' "•Yes." " 'An' let me look at the monkeys all I want to?' •• 'Tibby shoV " 'An' won't pull an' haul me aroun' when I get interested?' •' 'No, sw'ar I won't' " 'An' when the show's over will you let me look at the monkeys again?' / " 'Yes.: " 'Nath,' said she, pultin' her hand mighty lovin'ly on my arm. 'I'm yourn.' Then I jumped up, popped my heels together, an' in less'n a half hour wo was dun married an" a-lookin' at the monkeys, That's the way I won that jewel, Governor."—Arkar.saw Traveler. T* ]Serv»u» Debilitated Men. If you will send ns yonr address, wa will mail you our illustrated pamphlet explaining all about Dr. Dye's Celebrated Eleetro'Voltaio Belt and Appliances, and their charming effects upon the nervous debilitated system, and how they will quickly restore you to vigor and manhood. Pamphlet free. If you are thus afflicted, we will send yoa a belt and appliances on trial. VOLTAIC BKI/T Co., feb7d-wly Marshall, Mich. TheKreatSprlne Medicine. It will bo gratif jlng to all who realize tne vital necessity of purifying the blood, to know that Hlbbnrd's Bheumntlc Syrup can be relied upon as a blood medicine. Mr. D. C. Rsblnson, of Marshal, Mich., says: Gentleman:—I have suffered Intensely item bllllousness and rheumatism for over three years, and had tried so many remedies that I had lost all faith. Bearing ot Hlbbard's Rheumatic Syrup Iboughtu bottle and found it helped me. I have used four bottles, and It has restored my liver and kidneys to healthy action, ana done more to purify my blood than anything I have ever taken. I am pleased to recommend Is as a wonderful blood medicine. Very truly yours' B. C. Robinson, Marshall. Mich. Sold by druggists. Prepared only by The Charles Wright lledlcian Company' Detroit, Mich. m J We Can and Do guarantee Dr. Acker's Blood Elixer for it has been fully demonstrated to the people of this country that it is superior to all other preparations for blood diseases. It is a positive cure for syphilitic poisoning, ulcers, eruptions and pimples, it purifiet the whole system and thoroughly builds tip the constitution. For sale by Johnston & Bro. " S1OO Re-ward. SIOO. The readers of the Sournal will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure In all Its stages, and that la catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Care Is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional disease reuulres a constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system, thereby destroying the foundation of the disease, and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting uatore In doing Its work. The proprietors have so much lalth in Its curative powers, they offer One Hundreds Dollars for any case that It falls to cure. Send lor list of testimonials. Address IT. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. by Druggists' lac. (may) Important to .Journalists. "I'vc'liit upon a great scheme," said a Westc-rn editor: "I nearly doubled our circulation yesterday." "How did you work it?" "See that steel stamp? Well. I just cut out a paragraph in the local column of the whole edition." "How did that help the circulation?" "Every woman in town bought an oxtra copy." Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. When Baby was sick, we gave her Castoria. When eho wac a Child, she cried for Castoria, Wien she beoaise jfllss, she clung to Castorii, When she had Children, she gave them CastorU, No lady should live in perpetual fear, and suffer from the more serious troables that so often appear when Dr. Kilmer's Complete Female Reine dy is certain to prevent tumor and cancer there. For sale by B. F. Kees ling. - 3 Tho children's health mu^t no! be neglected. Colds In the head nnd snuffles bring on catarrh and lung affections. Ely's Cream Balm cures at once. It Is perfectly safe and Is easily applied Into the nostrils. It also cures catarrh, the worst cases yielding to It. Ilth25 There in no Pain JLIke Toothache. It "beats the dogs" for making a fellow squirm. Nobody pities you. "Get it out," says one; "rub the tooth against a stone," says another; "when it begins to swell then it won't hurt so much," says a third. The reason of the ache is you didn't use SOZODONT, ~ud prevent your teeth from decay _ 4toll A Child Killed. Another child killed by the use of opiates given in the form of soothing syrup. Why mothers give their children such deadly poison ss surprising when they can relieve the child of its deculiar troubles by using Dr. Acker's Baby Soother. It contains no opum or morphine. Sold by Johnston Bro, 10 A. »ntj to -iiourselH. It is surprising that people will use a common, ordinary pill when they can secure a valuable English one for the same money Dr. Acker's English pills are a positive cure for sick headache and all liver troubles. They are small, sweet, easily taken, and do not gripe. Sold by Johnston & Bro. 0 A Safe Investment. Is one which Is guaranteed to bring you satlsf ac- ory results, or in case of fall :ie a return of purchase price. On this safe plan you can buy from advertised Druggist a bottle or Dr. King's Sew Discovery for Consumption. It is guaranteed to bringrellef In every case, when for any aflt ction Throat. Lungs or Chest, such as Consumption, Inflammation ol Lungs, Bronchitis. Asthtn Whooping Cough. Croup, et\, etc. Jtls pleasant and agreeable to taste, perfectly sale, and can always be depended 'upon. Trial bottles free at B. F.' Keesling's Drugstore. 1 18 Life Worth Living . not if you go through the world dys peptic. Dr. Acker's Dyspepsia Tab lets are a positive cuse for the worst forms of dyspepsia, .indigestion, flatulency and constipation. Guaranteed and sold by Johnston & Bro. ^ 6 She Was Completely Cored. A daughter of my customer sufferoo from suppressed menstruation, and her health was completely wrecked. At my suggestion she used one bottle of Bradfleld's Female Begalator, which cured her. J. W. HELLTJMS. Water Valley, Miss. Write The Bradfield Reg. Co., Atlanta, Ga., for particulars. Sold by all druggists In Logausport Ind. t S If you have a cold, cough, (dry hacking), croup, cankered throat, catarrh dropping, cough, Dr. Kil mer's Indian Cough Cure (Consumption Oil) will relieve instantly; heals and cures. Price 26c. 50c. and $1.00 For sale by B. F. Keesling. 4 A Kapld Improvement. "AVcll, my son, do you belong to any of the college societies as yet?" "No. father, hut we formed a club at, our table last vi-ck. ami every one who swears or 'stws anything that would shock the most sensitive miml has to pay five cents every time." "It pains me :i littli.', my do;ir hoy, to hear that any of your frieiid?. or oven you occasionally use such impressions, but I am truly pleased tha- you are trying to entirely break yoiir">lve3 of tho habit," "Yes, father, I think we will succeed in doin"! so, for it has only cost mo two fifteen so far this week and lust week it, was four twenty-five." When on^th^ niali «eos. On the rail, on a bteainboat, aboard a fishing smnck, or yatchlng on the coast. Hosteller's Stomach Bitters will bn found a reliable means of averting and relieving ailments to which travelers, marines and emigrants are peculiarly subject. Sea Captains, ship doctors, voyagers or sojoumers In tue tropics, and ali about to enter unaccllmated, an unaccustomed or dangerous climate, should not neglect to arall themselves of this safeguard of well ascertained anil long-tried merit Constipation. Sillousness. malarial fever, Indigestion, rheumatism and affections of the bladder and kidneys nr° amo«j the ailments which it eradicates, and It may be resorted to not only with confidence in Its remedial erniecy, cut also In It* perfect freedom from every objectionable I ngredlent, since It Is derived from the purest and most salutary sources. It lountcracts the effects of unwholesome food and water. 13to2u Advli'.e to Mother*. Mrs. Winslow'a Soothing Syrup, for children teething, is the prescription of one of the best female nurses and physicians in the United States, and has been used for forty years with never-failing success by millions of mothers for their children. During the process of teething its value is Incaleulaole. It relieves the child from pain, cures dysentery and diar- rhoja, griping in the bowels, and wind colic. By giving health to the child It rests the mother. Price 25 cents a bottle. junelSd- wly A9tiL-hienu ventral Kuilfoad Employ VTin» HIsCl.sc. nflrr*«veii Years' «:o«-t«-»t. While employed as agent of the Michigan Central Railroad Company, at Augusta, Mich., my kidneys became diseased, and from an Impoverished and Impure state of the blood, my general health was entirely underminded. I consulted the leading physicians of this city and Ann Arbor, and all pronounced my case Brlght's disease. In October last, 1 began taking Hlbbard's Rheumatic Syrup, and am to-day a well man. it affords me pleasure to render suffering humanity any good that I can. andl wish to say that I think It the greatest blood, kidney and liter medicine la the world. E. Larzllere.Agent M. C. R. R. Albion, iflch. Sold by all druggists. Prepared only by Charles Wright Medicine Co., Detroit. Mich. 1 At the Art Club. Palette (to critic)—Quill, what do you mean by that word "fine" which you apply to so many pictures. Q U J|)—\Vell, old fellow, to be caiuliii with you, it doesn't mean anything. It's merely a convenient term to use when I can't truthfully compliment, .% picture very hlshlv an'J wish in avti'.A hurting the painter's feelings. Later. 1'alette (displaying the lulesi. creation of his genius—How's that? Quill (forirctling himself;—O. i.ny dear fellow, that's ren!!y line. Jlrown was mentioning to his wif.i tiic old legi'iid. l.;i~cil. no doubt, on St. Peter's t-xplnit. ll;:il 'iv'Ty time ;i '-cd; crows some ono tills a lie. ••Hut- ho'.v is it. l.hi'ii," as'-:.- i his doubting Imlpmat.:-, "tliMt tli-' rooxt.-rs chieliy crow very early hi ihe m<.i-::i::fr when almost uvi-rjrbrvly's ;;.-:r>r:p-.''' "I don't know, my dear, unless it is that at that hour must of the bier dailies gn to press." lie \YaiittMl Mnrr Oripp — "Well, doctor, did v<;:i SIM-- ceed in breaking up Cable's fcvr'. 1 " Younpr Doctor — -"I would havn done so in another week had 1 IH-.MI given half a chance." •'They didn't call in -.mother doctor, • did they'. 1 " • "No. but t.lus morning. ju:,t as 1 was i noticing an improvement in Cable, he j died.' 1 Not Su Sadden After ASI. j Miss Emily (to servant u-ho has beer notified to leave because of her impudence) — You appeared very abruptly with yonr errand awhile aso. You n:usl not come so suddenly into the ruu'.n when Mr. Smithers is spending tha evening with me. Bridget — Suddent ! Aud is it suddent ye call it, and me at the kavhole a full three-qnarters of an hour? Dyspepsia Uaket the tires of many peofte rabtr»W. and often leads to sell-destroctioc. DtiS after eating, sour stomach, sick h-iilyS. heartburn, loss of appetite, abiat,"aa(nan feeling, bad taste, coated tongue, and Irten. Urlty of toe bowdt », Distress gome of the more com^J After symptoms. Dyspej«i»«oe, Fating not get wen of lt!dt U fc **""& requires careful, penlstat attention, and a remedy like Hood's R>tn- yarflla, which acts gently, yet sorely tot, efficiently. It tones the stomach and other •Tgang, regulates the digestion, cre&i& A good appetita, and Ly thus overcoming the local symp- usns removes the sympa- tbetlc effccu of the disease, batustes tfe« headache, and refreshes the tired ntf^ " I have been troubled with dyspepiia. t had but little appetite, and nhai 16id ea • I ^ distressed me, or did Be fiearf- llttle good in a» inm burn after eating I would «j«. vienco a I witness, or tired, all-gone feelln. as though I uad not eaten anytluiig. Kytnc- ble, I tilnk, was aggravated by my busbar, which is thnt of a painter, and from t*i»j more or less shut up in a e eur room with fresh paint. Last _. MI spring I took Hood's Sarsa- OtOmaCH rflla—took three bottles. It did me IB immense amount of good. It gave me a appetite, and my food relished and siajfiaj the craving I had previously experiencef BBOECJE A. PAGE, Watertown, Mass. Hood's Sarsaparilla 8oW by all druggists. (1; tbttoTfi. Preputdetlr 6» C. I. HOOD * CO., Aj»U«cari«*, LowtB. Kin. IOO Doses One Dollar rrervous debility, po r memory diffidence, sexual weakness, pimples, cured by Dr. Miles' Nervine. S»males free at B. F. Keesling's. a Beautiful, Delightful. Equal to any Imported Beer made. EDELWEISS! Opinion of a I^cadl-ic F.ditor. Almost all the diseases that afflict us from infancy to old age have their origin in a disordered liver. A really good liver medicine is the most important in the whole range of pharmacy. We believe Simmons Liver Regulator to be best among them all. We pin our faith upon the Regulator, and if we could persuade everv reader who is in ill health to buy it, we would willingly vouch for the benefit each would receive.—Ed. Gin. Gazette. IltolS A Spring Medicine. The druggist claims that people call daily for the new cure for constipation and sick headache, discovered by Dr. Silas Lano while In the Rocky Mountains. It Is said to be Oregon grape root (a great remedy In tlie far west f 9r those complaints) combined with simple herbs, and Is made for use '^y pouring on boiling water to draw out the strength. It sells at 50 cents a package and Is called Lane's Family Medicine. Sample free, leod Ask Your i'riends About It. Your distressing congh can be cured. Wo know It because Kemp's Balsam within the past few years has cured so many coughs and colds in tWs community. Its remarkable sale has been won entirely by Its genuine merit. Ask some friend who has used It what he thinks of Kemp's Balsam There Is no medicine so pure, none so effective. Large bottles 50c and $1 at all druggists. 2eod Merit Wins. We desire to say to our citizens, that for years we have been selling Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, Dr. King's New Life Pills, Bucklen's Arnica Salve and Electric Bitters, and have never bandied remedies that sell as well, or that have given such uulversal satisfaction. We do not hesitate to guaiantee them every time, and we stand ready to refund the purchase prl. e, if satisfactory results do not follow their use. These remedies have won their great popularity piuely on their merits. B. F. Keesling Druggists, TRY THE Logansport Brewing Co.'s Edelweiss Beer, made from the best imported hops, and the finest select malt to be had. Warranted Pure and On draught in all places to-day. Old. UNAOQtJAHrTSD WITH THE GEOGRAPHY OF THE COCWTET. -TCTLL OBTAIN MUCH VALUABLE INFOEMATIOH FBOM A STTJDT OF THIS MAP CF Shiloh's Cough and Cure is sold by us on It cures Consumption. B. P. Keesling. Consumption a guarantee. For sfr 1 " by 4 Croup, whooping cough and bronchitis immediately relieved by Shiloh's Cure. For sale by B. F. Keesling. 5 UnrUlcn K Arnica Salve. The Best Salve In the world lor Cuts, Braises. Sores, Ulcers, Salt Bheura, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains Corns, and all SKln Eruptions, and positively cores Piles, or no pay required. Ills guaranteed to give perfect sat- Islactlon, or mency refunded. Price 25 cents per box. FOR SiLE BY B. F. KeeBllng. (ly) Dr. Henley's Celery. Beef nnd Ivon. Is a remedy every farmer should keep on hand, as it is invaluable for many diseases. All dealers sell it. Price $1.00. ^ The Rev. 0eo. H. Thayer, of Bourbon, lud., says: "Bath myself and wife owe oar lives to Shiloh's Consumption Cure." For sale by B. F. Keesling. $ 0 Catarrh cured, health and sweet breath secured by Shiloh's Catarrh remedy. Price 50 cents. Nasal Injector free. Sold by B. F. Kees- lin 3 Hea.lache, ueurat_f;<i. tjizziuesf. uer- vousuess, upasuie, sleeplessness, cured by Dr. Miles' Nervine, "ainples fre« at B. V. KeMllnK'8 al Why will you cough -when Shiloh's Cure will give immediate relief. Price 10 cents, CO cents and $1. For sale by B. F. Keesling. 7 Shiloh's Cure -will immediately relieve croup, whooping cough and bronchitis. For sale by B. F. Keesling. ' 8 <-im'i Sleep is tho complaint of thousands suffer ing from asthma, consumption, coughs, etc. Did you ever try Dr. Ackers English Remedy? It is the best preparation known for all lung troubles. Sold on a positive guarantee at 25 cents and 50 cents by John ston & Bro. ^ 8 Says tlie Southern Meiilcal World: "Mother's Friend" Is grow tag In favor throughout the South and Is highly recommended by physicians. We consider It indispensable to those who known they must pass through the ordeal of childbirth. Write Bradfleld Beg. Co., Atlanta, Ga., for particulars. Sold by all druggists In Logansport Ind. 7 HlbbartTaKhemnxtic and iiiver Pills. These Pills are sclntlflcally comp<ninded. and uniform in action. No griping pnla so commonly following the use of Pills. Thry are adadted to both adults and children with perfect'safety. We guarantee they nave no equal in the cure of Sick Headache, Constipation. Dyspepsia and Biliousness; and. as an appetizer, they excel any other preparation. Janl8d*Wly The fanners. In their swamps, we're sure Could find the roots and plants that cure, If, by their knowledge they only knew, for just the disease each one grew. Take courage now, and "Swamp-Boot" try, ffor kidney, liver and bladder c«m»lalnts] As on this remedy you can rely. For sale by B. F. Keesling dwtf Syrup White Pine and Tar will im mediately relieve croup, whooping cough and bronchitis. For sale by B. - F. Keesling Jan2od-w4m Sleepless nights, made miserable by that terrible cough. ShUoh's Cure is the remedy for you. For sale by B. F. Keesling. _ 3 That hacking cough can be so quickly cured by Shiloh's Cure. We guarantee it. For sale by B. F. Keeslinp. 1 Mononghala rye whisky at $2 per gallon, at Martin Bligh's, 30o Market street. ftbllwly THE CHICAGO, ROCK ISLAND & PACIFIC RAilW£¥, Including- main lines, branches and extensions East and West of S^^^^^^SS^^^^^^^^^SSSl^^SK log Cars between Chicago, Wichita, and Hutchmson. Traverses new ana vast areas of rich fanning and grazing- lands, affording the best fecttjSS? of intercommunication to all towns and cities east and west, nortinreat and southwest of Chicago, andPaciflc and transoceanic Seaports. MAGNIFICENT VESTJBULE EXPRESS TRAINS, ,'m^^ North Platte, Neb., <md between Chicago and Colorado Springs, Denver, and PUO'-I.'.O, via St. Joseph, or Kansas (Sty and Topeka. Splenoid D™™ Hotels ifiuniaMnsr meals at seaaoiaablehours) west of Missouri Kivor. California. Excursions daily, wlta: CHOICE OF BOTJTES to and *om & Lake, Ogden, Portland, Do's 'Angeles, and San Francisco. The Dlli^ LINK to and from Pilr.e's Peat Manitou, Garden of the Gods, the Samtan urns, and Sceuio Grandeurs of Colorado. VIA THE ALBERT LEA ROUTE, Solid Express Trains daily between Chicago and Minneapolis and St. with THHOTJGH Rsclining Chair Cars (FBEE) to and from those Kansas City. Through Chair Car and Sleeper betvreen Peori&, and Sioux Falls, via KOC& Island. The Favorite Lice to Fipest town, Sioux Falls, and tHe Summer Resorts and Hunting- ana Grounds of the Northwest. .. „..._., THE SHOET LINE VIA SENECA AND KANKAXE3 offers foeUittes travel between Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Lafayette, and Council ±»«j™»> Joseph, Atchison, Leaven worth, Kansas City, MincieapoUs, and St. f" 11 Por Tickets, Maps. Folders, or desired informatii/n, apply to any Offloe ;n the United States or Canada, or address E. ST. JOHN, JOHN SEBASTIAN General artnager. CHIOAOO. II_.J^. QeuTTicket & Pass

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