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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 7

Logansport, Indiana
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Monday, May 30, 1898
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California Limited. Arrangements have been perfected for a line of Semi-weekly Pullman Vestibuled, Double Drawing Room, and Bleeping CMS between St. Louis and Lo sAngeles. Cal., running through without change. These cars will leave St. Louis every Wednesday and Saturday night at 9 :00 p. m., arriving at Los Angles, Saturdays and Tuesdays at 5:50 p. m. A Buffet Smoking Car and Dinning Car are attached to this train at Kansas City, running through to Pacific Coast without change. Only three days from Logansport to LOB Angeles, via this line. For berth reservations etc., call on or address Logan sport, Ind. Do loo Love If to, secure one of toe latest and prettiest Two-Stepeof tteday, by nmilin* Ten Cents (•liver or sumps) to cover mailing anu post- ate, to the undersized for ft copy of the BIG FOUR TWO-STEP (Mark envelope "Two Step.: We are giving ibis music, which is regular fifty-cent sheet music, at this exceedingly low rale, for the purpose of advertising, and test>to? the value of the different papers as advertising mediums. E. 0. MoCormlck, Passenger Traffic Manager, "Big Four Boute." CinOin- Mti, O. Mention this paper when you writs. 8t»aon. BJuisulvaniaynBi Train* Bun by Central Tim* f '^"™ ' X »pnU>. CHHUOO DIVISIOK Leave for Chlcago«8:05 a m;*6:00 a m;*l :36 p m ^OOpmjMtMpm. „ „ .. Arrive from Chicago *12:80 a m;*l«:«0 pm ;*1:00 p m: *1:*0 p m; *8:16 p in •RXDI-OKD AND COLUMBC8. MCTB for Bradford •! -.10 a m:«-«am: «1:46 Arrive fwm Bradford 12:45 am; tlO:20 am; •I:a0pm;t4:16pm. BITNIB DiVlSIOH. La»vefor Mrnertg:16 a m; «:08 a m- tS:<* p m p m; 8:90 a m Sunday only. RICHMOND AMD CUTCIHIIAII. l*ave for Biehmond t!3:55 am; t5:SO a m; *1:06 t> m; j t3:20p m. ACTtr* from Richmond -S:80am: 1 11:00 urn *l:BOpm;tlO:50pm. imDIANATOLIS AHD LOUISVTIim. jiOTYt for LouHrllle MM a m; *1:10 P m. Arrlv* from U>uiivill« *2:40 a m; •!:» p m. J, A. MCOTLLOTJGH, Agent, Logansport, Ind. r UMJAKiPOKT NO. . 1 «MtemKxpregB dally .................. J:W a ( Mail and Express dally ................ «:<* a 4 Atlantic Kipresi dally....... ........... 4:18u 10 FortWayne A ooo Kx Sunday.... 6:32 p Ji Local Freight Kx Sunday .......... *=" P W«ST BOUHD. g W«««mSjcpreii8 dally ................. »:M p 1 Fart Mall Dally ............................. £:]•* P 7 Mall and Rxpresg daily ................. 2:« p 5 Paoiflo Bzprecs daily...... .............. ll-'g » 11 Decatur AcocKj-Sundav ........... 7:36 a T» Local Freight Kx-Sunday ...... . ...... 7:S5 a •BL «TT*» DIVIilOM, WMMTDm. Bltmi LO«A»«POBt A»D OEILJ. WBBT BOUHD. »•. tt™ ............... AJrtvei ----- ........ 8:M a. •o.n ------------ Arrive! ------ .......... I:«0 p. BA8T BOUIID ::::r::i!« P. VAN DA LI A LINE. Time Table, In effect Dec. 5, 1897. FOR THE KOKTH 14 M . t>:05 a m u:w R . m , FOR THE SOOTH . Ho. ft ______ ..... ......................... 7:06 a. m. No. <'.". ..... .",. .............. ^ ............... J:lf<D m So 15 Arrive Iron: the north ........... 9:00 p m for complete Time Card, giving all tralni and nations, and for full Information ai 10 ratoa, through oars, etc., addreu J. a BDOBWORTH, agent, Loganipon, or • a. FORD, Genoral Passenger Agent, Rt. LouU. Mo. W. Time 1 able. Peru, Ind. Bolld trains between Peoria and Sandusky •nJ IndlanapoUi and Michigan. Direct oon- Motion* to and from aU polntu in the United •tata* and Canada. SOUTH BOUND OmrMBT Ho XI Indianapolis Srp dally 7:10 a m »NoM " Mall4Kip_ll:JS»m (dally except Sunday) No 56 Indpl'i Sip ex Sun.... 3:26 p m flO p m No S* Faraencer eiecpt bun No 1S1 Boohe«ter local arrive :4S p m except Bund&)-, KOKTH aOUKD. »^» a m No 30 Mall * Bip Ri 3uu. . JS:l«»m 140 P m No J2 Michigan City dallT'.- 4:50 p m »•» p ro No »« Detroit Exp Kx 8u» ' No ISO Ai-oomexcept Sun... «:*5 am •Doc* not run north of Peru on Sunday. roi ticket rate< and gnneral Information call oa J J. Bklnner, ticket agent. L. K. * W. Peru, lnd. oi-a r.Dailr, (teneral paMencer -_„. incUanapolla, Tnd. Through Pullman Tourist Sleeper for Point* n Kansas, California, Arizona and Haw Mexico will le»ve Indianapolis via the Vandalia Line each Wednesday until further notice. For rate« reservations and full in formation, apply to nearest ticket agent of the Vandalia Line, or lend to Mr. E. A, Ford G. P. A., Be. Louis, Mo. Monarch over pain. Bums, cuts sprains, sUngs. Instant relief- Dr Thomu 1 Eclectrlo Oil. At »ny drug itore. C«mm«I»orT Shooting, In. th« French Chamber M. Coache, Deputy from.la Somrae, has introduced a bill making rifle shooting compulsory upon all the male inhabitants ol the republic from the age of 10 to 40 y«ars. In a word,- the object of the Dill is to make France a nation of sharpshooters. It proposes to make :he study and practice of shooting obligatory in all the schools for boys, each scholar to be compelled to present his certificate of marksmansUip, such as it may be, at least once a year. Parents and guardians will be liable to a fine if their boys do not burn at the stands a specified number of cartridges. Adults -will be- compelled to continue the exercise until they are called under the colors. In the reserve, the active and territorial armies toe men who distinguish themselves as good shots will be rewarded by reductions in their periods of service. In the opinion of high military authorities the chances oi victory In future wars will depend largely upon th» accuracy of the soldiers' aim. The French newspapers are entius- BticaUy in favor of the passage of the bill; but it is very likely that it will undergo considerable military tinkering before it can get through the Chamber, if indeed it ever does go through. Try Holding: Yonr Breath. The modern, quick-moving elevator, when it sinks suddenly, gives many persons an unpleasant, qualmish feeing. Into a well-filled elevator in a big shopping store in New York the other day stepped from one of the floors two women. "Do you know," said one of them to the other, "that if you hold your breath going down in an elevator you don't have that unpleasant feeling, you don't feel it ac all." Of course nobody in the elevator listened intentionally, but nobody could help hearing what she said. Conversation instantly ceased and everybody drew a long breath. The elevator shot downward In silence. "Ground floor!" said the elevator man, as he threw back the door, and the women streamed out from the car upon the floor, talking now gayly; and there was one, at least, who said that th« plan was effective. Ci»p«r Air R»ln Storm. There is at least one place in the United States where a man may be ou) in' a heavy rain and not get wet, even though he has neither mackintosh i.ot Umbrella. In the Colorado Desert they have rain-storms during which not a single drop o) water touches the earth. The rain can be seen falling from the clouds, high above the desert, but when the water reaches the strata of hot, dry air beneath the clouds, it is entirely absorbed before falling half the dis- i tance to the ground. It is a singular sight to witness a heavy downpour ol rain, not a drop of which touches the ground. These strange rain-storms occur in regions where the shade temperature often ranges as high as 128 degrees Fahrenheit. There were 20 passengers in the ca*. when a man wearing a fur cap and having rather an innocent expression of countenance boarded the train at a small station and appeared among us. There were plenty of empty seats, but he did not sit down. Instead, he walked down the aisle and took a close look in every man's face. That he was looking for some one in particular waa evident, but he passed each one to the very last man, who was asleep with his chin on his breast. "Here, you — wake up!" said the man with the fur cap,. as he shook the other by the shoulder. "V? — what you want?" stammered the man. as he straightened up. "Is your name Joshua Taylor?" "No, sir! How dare you come along and put your paws on me, and ask me if my name is Joshua Taylor?" "If you ain't Joshua Taylor you look like him. I rayther think you are the man!" "Look here, sir! exclaimed the aroused passenger as he began to get red in the face— "who are you, and what do you want with me?" "My name's Benjamin Scott. A fel- ler named Joshua Taylor cum along here a few months ago with a patent hay fork and — " "Sir! do I look like a man who travels around with a patent gimcrack to skin farmers!" interrupted the passenger. "Mebbe you don't, hut there's no use gittin' mad about it. I jest asked if you was Joshua Taylor." "And I said I wasn't. Who in Texas is Joshua Taylor, and how dare you lay hands on me?" "He had a patent hay fork and he pretended to fall in lo^e with my daughter Sary. He axed her right plump out to mary him, and then skipped off in the night. That poor gal — " "You confounded idiot!" roared the passenger, but I've a mind to make your heels break your neck! Do I look like a villain? Do I look like a fakir? Do I look like Joshua Taylor? Why, sir, if I had you on the ground I'd knock your head oS your shoulders!" "Th«n you are not the man?" calmly inquired Mr. Scott. "Of course I'm not!" "Wall, don't bust a lung. If your name ain't Joshua Taylor then you didn't travel with a patent hay fork and fall in' love with my daughter Sary. If you was him — " "Then what would you do, sir? What would you do?" yelled the passenger, as be shook bis fist under the other's Death Dvtlei. Attempts to evade the death duties act are causing queer complications in England. An old man transferred all his property by deed of gift to his young wife, not expecting that he would survive her. She made a will, leaving it to a former beau of -hers, and then was killed on the hunting field. The husband was thus left dependent on the lover's generosity. Coral Kor Ornamentation* Coral is now applied in mosaic or tortoise shell and other materials for the ornamentation of glove and jewel boxes and of musical Instruments at the Royal School of Coral Work and Decorative Art, at Torre del Greco, near Naples. It is also used to ornament picture frames and artistic furniture. ^ _ A Folile Kequent. Buried in a fur coat, with his hands deep in hi» pockets, a man passes on the boulevard a man distributing handbills. Very politely, but without taking his hands out, he says to the distributer: "Thank you, kindly, my friend. But will you have the goodness to throw it on the sidewalk yourself?" Balle of a. Hichl»nd Heroin*. A small fragment of a dress, measuring scarcely more than two inches, said to have been worn at one time by the Highland heroine, Flora Macdonald, has been sold at Inverness for £6 LOs. __ Tennyson Soon Forgot. A London bookseller calls attention to the fact that there is no demand whatever for the poetical works ol Tennyson, but that there is quite a brisk call for the works of Poet Laure- Ue Austin. "Wall, nobody kin skeer me by hol- lerin'!" said Mr. Scott, as he backed off and turned pale. "You kin whoop and yell and make all the threats you want to, but if I'd found out that you was Joshua Taylor, I'll be hanged if I wouldn't— yes, sir, I'll be hanged if I wouldn't hev jest told you right to your face that you outer be ashamed o' youself, and that I'd rather see Sary married to a barbed wire lence man, «ven if you had a million dollars!" What does the weather bureau want that extra $150,278 for? Last year the cost of our National weather factory was 1883,722, and now the foreman asks for ?1,044,000 for the ensuing fear. Do they propose to increase the supply of weather or is it their intention to furnish a better quality? There should be reform in the factory. There are about 70 millions of p«°pl 9 to provide weather for and it is proposed to eipend $149.14 for a year's rations of weather for each million. The price is too high for the quality and very excessive for the quantity. The business is not run on the right plan, anyway. It is not possible for one factory to supply enough weather for the whole country. Different localities disagree as to the sort of weather that is desirable for a given occasion, but none of them is consulted. They just have to take what they get. The proper method would be to allow each country to make its own weather. Of course there would be no objection to the government making an appropriation for each county to enable it to increase its weather or improve the quality of the supply; and It would be a. patriotic idea to furnish i banflsome United States flag at gov- srnment expense for each local weath- ;r factory. If our Congressman will jiideavor to have this done he may ba sure that he will be heartily supported ji his efforts by Ms constituents. When Starch \V»» "Devil's Uqoor.- About 100 years ago starch was used only for stiffening the frills around the necks of the ungodly. Religious people called it the "devil's liquor," tnd regarded its use as highly repre-. Sensible. Tramp of London's Poctmen. Some one has calculated that th« postmen of London walk together, something like 48,360 miles per day, a distance equal to twice the circum- ferance of the globe. i* Hatm, The latest thing in hats ts a toqu* of white broadtail trimmed with white feathers. The low, broad «ff*ot in arranging the trimming on all bats is the novelty in midwinter mtQfMrr. Hith one-sited decorations aj» out of data. There Is usually one admirable trait n the character of the one-ideaed nan — his persistence. He reminds one 3f the pup and the pants. Have you :ver observed a pup with an old pair if trousers? He will seize them by th« aiggest bubble and shake and shake md shake and growl and growl and ;rowl. The garment is not rent by .he shake or blown away by the growl ind the pup continues to shake and ihake and shake and growl and growl ind growl. And that is all that is ac- ;omplished. The pup is agitated but lie trousers are not. There is no rea- ton for the devouring desire of the pup 0 destroy the trousers; they are en- Irely harmless and when the pup trows up and becomes a full grown log and has acquired some sense, he irill pass complacently by and smils in ais heart if he recollects how, as a sup, he had but one idea and imagined ihat it was his mission in life to seize 3ld trousers and growl and growl and p-owl and shake and shake and shake, .magining in his one-Jdeaed immatur- rty that it was his duty to destroy all Lhe old trousers to be found. Of course 1 he happens to get hold of a good and iseful pair of trousers he tries just ts hard to destroy them. His object ,s destruction of trousers. He does jot realize that he cannot supply any- Lhing to replace them, but that does iot hinder his shake, shake, shake, oi muffle his growl, growl, growl. Haven't you noticed that certain lit- ile coteries aspiring to he known as Bolitical parties are always shaking old :rousers? Thay hare candidates ia th« field at every election — as a rule the tame candidate* year after year — bul nobody ever rotes for them. They are reported as "«e».ttering," usually, ia tallot return*. KNIGHTS OF HONOR. xrand Dictator of M»**»cha»ettii—Jiot<« From Yarionj* Lodges, Grand Dictator Arthur 11. Willis of Melrose, the new he»U of the order in Massachusetts, is well known to the order throughout the country, bav- ins represents! his jurisdiction in the supreme lodge. Mr. Willis is well qualified to fill the position to which he has been chosen both by reason of his long experience In the V \ rT^y^^i&W councils of the or- V* f /M^j?? der and his ability V"'/^^ to do the right thinir at the proper time, which ha A. M. WILLIS. nas amply proved [n the past. He is yet u young roan and enters upon his duties at a time when his best endeavors will be called forth to keep the ordur on its upward rood, for since the new plan bus been digested find thoroughly understood the tide of membership is again flowing in the old order. The supreme lodge will meet at Washington in Juno next and is likely to make but few changes in the present laws of the order. The salaries of the grand lodge officers of Massachusetts are S1.5UO for the grand reporter and $200 for the grand treasurer. The trustees of the grand lodge of Kentucky report as follows: On hand at last repnrt, $855.57; receipts last term, $3,022.25; total, *2,877.S2: payments by grand treasurer, $1,529; by grand reporter, $104.05; balance on hand, $1,21-4.75. Don't lose any sleep in worry about increased assessments because of the war. The Knights of Honor have surmounted greater difficulties than that The Knights of Honor of New York state havp presented a silver service valued at $400 to Past Supreme Dictator John Mulligan. Every officer should thoroughly memorize his part and practice it until be can give it with the best effect in his power. The last special assessment in July, and then—no more, as their object will have been fully accomplished. Members should thoroughly understand that assessments must be paid within the time allowed by law. The action that was taken by the Knights of Honor in changing from the old to the new system of apportioning RS- sessments was distinctly in keeping with the name the order bears. There are 30 lodges of the order in Louisiana with a total membership of 951. Deaths last year, 13, on which $25,000 insurance was paid. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. Effect of the War on the Biennial Encampment—Sword Thrusts. The war is having B depressing effect on the nrrangeiuents for ths biennial encampment of the uniform rank, which is to ha held at Indianapolis In August. It had been estimated that not fewer than 100,000 men would go into camp for ten days. Twenty thousand of these, it was estimated, would be members of the uniform rank. The others, members of the order of Knights of Pythias, which will hold its national meeting at the same time ns does the uniform rank. General Carnahan and his associates are inclined to think now that if the war should be prolonged it would be necessary to postpone the outing, as many of the knights will be anxious to serve their country. There are uniformed brigades of the or- dor in 26 states. Four companies of the uniform rank In Cleveland have arranged to drill ouue a month as a battalion. Through the efforts of Cleveland knights many valuable suggestions have been adopted by Che order, and we know of ni.-ihiiiK more commendable than an an niisl phurcb and song service in which all the lodges could participate. Never in the history of the order has the work of preparation fur an encampment been so far advanced as it ifi now iu Indianapolis, find, if called upon, the preparations could be completed within a month anil the city made ready for the coming of the visitors. The necessary fund has been raised, and the various subcommittees are well into the details of their plans. Bed Hen. When the Improved Order of Red Met hall in Cleveland is completed, there will be no finer in the city. It will contain everything necessary to a first class locige room. Some 20 tribes have been institutet during the term In New York state, and it is expected thar. the reinstatements on account of the jubilee will reach 5,000. The great council of the Order of Ked Men at Philadelphia has sent out a proclamation to all the order throughout the country recommending that they take such action as will relieve from payment of dues such members as enlist for service during the present war. Leni Lenape tribe of Philadelphia was instituted June i7, 1S7U. The membership is now 760 and the assets S'-'S.oOO. It is one of the largest tribes in the entire fraternity. Order of Heptusophs. A local organizer h;is been appointed for each of the 14 conclaves doing business !n Philadelphia. The Improved Order Heptasopbs was founded* in Philadelphia Aug. -§, 1S7S. and chartered by an act of assembly of the state of Maryland the same year. It has a membership"of over 40.000 and is successfully t-stablished in 2'2 states. During the 19 years of its existence the average number <>f assessments per year in the order has been nine- Payment of death benefits are from f 1,000 to $5,000, between the ages of 21 and 55 years. Losses are paid ten days after proai of death is filed. GOLD DUST WASHING POWDER THING NEW pucSace of the world's .«t c!Pnn«CT iur j. nit-ijcS. still Kr'-.>'.i'rw!ii.iiiy 111 -!-jj<ju::<l psc-i-.-'-'. -V-! Rfuivrs. M:ii> «::'•:•' l . w THE X. K. F-tIKBAN'K COMP.iSY, U-iL-o .--.. J.OL!S, New York:. Boston. Phila THE PRESIDENTS IN RHYME. Firs* Washington the truly peat. For eight years sHik-J the ship of state; John Ad:ims m-Nt; then Jefferson. The latter for two ti-rms came on. Then Madison, and then Monroe, Eurh t\vo terms serve, I'd have you know. Then J. Q. Adams served four years: Then Jackson-for t'vo terms appears. Van Buren next, called "Matty Van;" Then Harrison, one month's brief span. John Tyler next: then Polk, James K.; Then Taylor sixteen months bore sway. Fillmore, the vice, succeeded him: Then Franklin Pierce one term came In. Then James Buchanan, until sixty-oils Saw civil war but just begun. Then martyred Lincoln, elected twice, Set free the slave—his life the price. Then Andy Johnson the reins assumed: Then Grant, two terms, the hero plumed. Next Hayes; then Garfield, whose short life Soon fell before the assassin's knife. Then Arthur, his successor, came. Followed by Cleveland, of lesser faroa, Ben Harrison the next we find; Then Cleveland for the second time. McKlnley last of all we see. The herald of Cuban liberty. Niagara Falls EXCURSION. Wait for the old Reliable. Lake Erie & Western Personally Conducted Niagara Falls Excursion Thursday flnj. 4,1838 Leaves Feru II :38 a. a. Rate • • S7-OO -ALSO— Sandusky, Pat-in-bay, Cleveland and Buffalo. With side trips to LewistOD.Toronto.Thoueand . etc. For tickets, rate, time and pamphlet COD- taininsr genersl intormatiou, call ou any ticket agent of the above route, or address C. F. DALY, General Pafsenger Agt Indianapolis, Ind. PHtrim Father*. Total membership of the order is DOW 83,000. Dnrinj; "S97 there were 21- deaths in Ite oru _i - THE NEW WAY. TT70MEN used ™ to think "fern a la diseases " could o n 1 y bo treated after "loc a 1 examinations" by physicians. Dread of such treatment kept thousands of modest women •ilent about their Buffering. Thein__ troductlon of Wine of Cardul has now demon- «trated that nine-tenths of all ths eases of menstrual disorders d» not require a physician's attention at all. The simple, pure t»ken te the privacy of «. woman'* own home insures quick relief and speedy cure. Women peed not hesitate now. Wine of Cardul requires no humiliating; examinations for its adoption. It cures any disease that comes under 'he head of "female troubles"— disordered menses, falling of the womb, "whites," change of life. It mikes women beautiful by making them well. It keeps them young by keeping them healthy. $1.00il the drug store, For ufrlee In i-"»« mtoirinr ifl-ocaoci, address, civicr irmptom*. lb» "Lidles 1 Advisory Deja'' Ti» Cfcartaooon ModldM Ox. . Ttno. W. L ABBBOI, • &., Orj, Mitt., tsja "I HM Win* of Cardnl «xUD«JMlr Ut BTpr*ctie*u>dflDi!itanii>ft*xMUMt pnpinUaa for fwnate trauMw." Rev. J. TV. CumrnLngs of Kewana, will lecture to the Y. P. C. U., at Sevennick U. B. church on Tuesday. evening May 31. Subject: "Tie Manly. Man." All ore invited. Rev. Geo. W. Lambert, Pastor. LAKE BREEZES brioe relief from the sweltering heat of the town or city. They raise your spirits and restore your enerpy. The greatest comfort and pleasure iu lane travel is on one of the LAKE MICHIGAN AND-LAKE SUPERIOR TRANSPORTATION CO'S ELEGANT STEAMSHIPS. Sailings between Chicago and Mackliae Island four times every week, at extremely low rate*. The new steel steamship "Kanlt»«" ia » magnificeat vessel, elegantly equipped wittt every comfort and convenience. Tri-wi 'twixt Chicago, Charlcvoix, Harbor Petoikey, Bay View, Mackinac Island. Write for interesting reading matter, sent free, or tuk Jour nearest nRent. Address os. Berolzheiin, Q. P. A. . fcAKB MICH. ASD SUPERIOR VBAM8. CO. Rwh lnd N . Wttef S t.. On Saturday, January* 1st, the Wabash Fast Government Mail Train, No. 1, traveled 101 miles in 99 minutes, assuredly a good beginning of the new jear, Watch further'peiformances of this GREAT FLYER, the fastest,mail train in the world,tad the PET OF UNCLE SAM. Are you ready for the question? • Can a railroad operate its trains at a Mile a Minute Clip unless its roadbed, track and rolling stock are of a high standard? "We Maintain a High Stand' ard." Speed, safety and comfort are all branded "WABASH," If you intend to make a trip to any j&rt of the world, including the "Klondike," communica*« with C. G. Newell, Agent Lopansport, Ind. All the healing, bilsunic Tirtnea of the Norway pice Are coocentitled in Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup, natnre's own reaiedy lor cougha tod coldi. REDUCED F/IRES To£.Various Points Via Pennsylvania Lines" uajnajMM-g-. -TIM Mai«>. Eicurgion ticket«Jwill{be~sold~Tia~ Pennsylvania Lines an Indicated in the following part- phf. Although concessions In fare are authorized for meetings of certain ordt>rs,Uck- rnay be obtained by any person whether a member of the order or Interested ir, the event The reduced rates will be open to evorytody. To Louisville. Ky.—June l*th ind SOlh. for Jr. 0. U. A. M.;NationaI Council Meeting. £*turn limit June Kith. To Washington. D. C.—July 3d. 4th. 5th and 8th, for the National Educational Afnociatton Meeting. Good to return July 15th, with privilege to extend return limit until August 31»t- To Chicago. Ill—July 12th and lath, for Young People's Chriitian Union, Unlvertalitt Church. Good returning 1 July 21«t, -with privilege to extend until Augiut 10th. During the excursion season special raMr. -ill also^ne In effect via Penntylvanla Lin«i for special and local effects. For particular information please apply to noarect ticket agent of the Pennsylvania Lines or addrew w. W. RICHARDSON, DI«trfct Faueni^r agent Indianapolis. Ind. TO THE KLONDIKE Valuable Information for Persons Going to the Gold Fields. < Penon* who expect to try their look in tft* gold fields of Alaska will find it profitable t» call on Ticket Agents of the Pennsylvania Line* and get posted^ ratw, roMM and otb«r preliminaries. This information will b« furnished without eh*rf«/KDd any mptind £u in shaping details wm tx cheerfully nimiliiil If not convenient to'apply to k»al ar*at of tb* Femuylvvaia Line*, wnd your DAB* a»d ft*draw, with date uoon which yn>i laMad *• •tart. th« probable number In Uw party A^ •> .. reqnanfor adrtoe about the far*. Itaw'tt traiB«andotb«rparticaJar«.to rtpnwniatlTB of tke ardaon, D Aft, iBdfcu , Int.

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