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Logansport, Indiana
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Friday, June 26, 1896
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Disease is like * I railroad £ r.a i n. II r has a regular way of Icotninp; and ROing F rind keeps on steadily alonp a certain track. You can al- I most always tell how [ :i distant starts, and I where it will prob- I ably end. It won't 'go out of its way to oblige you any i more than a locomo* ' live will. Disease usuallj- begins when , the appetite pives out—that's the first warning whistle. , Then the stomach | and nutritive organs fail to supply Rood blood. The circulation erows poor, thin and tainted. Instead of carryinjcnourishmenf to the different parts of the body it carri<\ poison, which settles at some point and eats away the tissues. According to where it settles it is called liver or kidney or skin disease—scrofula,'erysipelas, eczema, or consumption if it settles on the luntfs. It is all one trouble ; tainted blood ; clear out this taint and build up the tissues with rich blood and the disease is stopped ; sidetracked ; it can't RO any further. No matter |what the name of a disease Is if it's a blood disease. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery will cure U by driving the poison out 'of the circulation and creating a new sup- .ply of healthy, red, Hfe-frivintf blood to re;vive and nourish the wasted tissues. II iputs the digestion in order, invigorates the iblood - making onrans and builds firm 'healthy flesh. Consumption is a blood- 'disease. Don't believe it can't be cured I |It ij- cured everyday by Dr. Pierce's Golden JMedical Discovery. J}far$ir:~- 1 ciuinot say enough for your "Golden NXcdlcal Discovery.' 1 " For twoyears myltUl* -boy suffered with lunjj trouble—first taking la. grippe; second intermittent fever; third, land trouble. For two ycnrs lie coughctl. The phy >lcian could do no'jfood nnd I thought he musl die. I was told to try Dr. Pierce's Golden Med- jlcal Dincovcry. I did, and before he Imd taken ont bottle he be^^n to mend and could eat q |littl«. When he had taken four bottle! he wa^ • Well and now i* ns «tout as before. i Respectfully yours, I EDISON'S NEW LIGHT. Something About the Developments of Rooont Weeks, Proctor, Morgan Co., Mo, TIME TABLES. •LOCAL- TIME TABLES. Solid trains between "Peorla and Snn- flU3ky" and "Indianapolis and Michigan." Direct connections to and from all points In the United States and Canada. L. 13. & W. R. R irrive Leave SOUTH BOUND. No 21 Pacific Ex Dally.. 7:10 am 2:08 a m No 25 Indlanap'3 Ex SunllMS a m No. 23 Mall & Ex ox Sun. 3:25 p m $-.10 p m No 29 Passenger ex Sun No. 151 Rochester Local Arrive 4:45 p, m. except Sunday. NORTH BOUND, 6:50 » m No. SO Mall & Ex ex Sun.10:22 a m 3:30 p m No 22 Michigan City dally 4:45 p m 1:55 p m No 24 Detroit Ex ex Sun No 150 Accom. ex Sun.. C:45am 'Docs not run north of Peru on Sunday. Trains 21 and 20 run dally between Indianapolis and Peru. N|o. 20 via Tlpton arrives at BloomlnB- toni at 9:32 p. m. making direct connection with C. & A. fast train arriving- In Kansas City at 8:55 next mornlnff. connecting direct at Kanaas City for Denver, San Fran, clajo and all points west. Free reclining chairs between Tlpton and Missouri river for all passengers, Nos. 20, 21, 22, and 23, connect at Tlpton with main line trains t or Sandusky, Peorla and all points east and west. For ticket rates and cencral Information call on J. J. Skinner ticket agent, L. E. & W., Peru, Ind., or G. F. Dally, general passenger agent, Indianapolis. Ind. By the UHO of FliiuroHocut SubntanciM Hio WlzurU Jinx Prmiueoil u l-iiinji TLut Given Out JUUln ]lo»c Hut Itrllllaut Light. Kdison's new white light, which he has called the fluorescent lamp, is about ready for (he market. In form it is similar to thu incandescent lamp nuw in use, but in principle it is vastly different. "There is u glass globe from wlm~.li a. part of the air inside ha.s been extracted, but there is no absolute vacuum. Unlike the electric lamp, the whole globe glows with a pure while light of marvelous illuminating power. This powerful light comes from a moUilIic crystal known as "tungstate,-' which is a metal as heavy as gold. In Germany it is known under the name of "tungstcin." The illuminating property, says the St. Louis Kepublic, is due to a peculiar attribute of the tutig- • state crystal itself. The foot that these crystals glow when slightly rubbed was known to the wixard of Menlo 'Park, and he set to work to use that property in the interest of science. The crystals a-re fused into a glass globe by heating the glasw until it is soft. It-then absorbs the tungsui'te crystals and holds them firmly when it cools. Mr, Edison says that he could get the best results when using the. crystals on the sides of the globe. Two wires enter the globe c.t one end. but do not moot, fly moans of a:i induction current, gnu-rated in a fantdic battery the molectilL'S of the wires arc thrown into motion and the impulse thus given travels along the wires until it reaches the ends inserted into vhe globe. This molecular impulse is communicated to the molecules of air in the globe. In turn the air molecules are driven with almost inconceivable rapidity aga.insl the crystals of tungstnte welded into the inner walls of the glass. The impact, causes the crystals to glow. The glow caused by a single blow of those air molecules is, of course, very slig'»*.. but multiplied thousands of times and the blows repeated continuously at an Few Know About the SDak'-rs. An Interesting God-Ffarinj,' People. Wlio 1-lnvu Given the "World Many t Discovoi'ios. ','lia. penjisyi vnnitt statioo • 2:45 B m «2:20am • 2:30 am •]2:30am '12:40 a ra +11:20 pm •D*ny. tDally except Sunday. Leave Arrive. Bradford and Col.. ..'12:50 a m «2:45am Philadelphia & N. Y.. '12:50 » m Richmond & Clntl....' ItOOam Ind'nls 4 Louis vllle..'12:« am Ettner & Peorla ...... «3:05am Crown Point & Chi. .' 2:55 a m Richmond & Clnti..t 5:45 a m Crown Point & Chi.. t 6:00 am t 7:80 p m Jlontlcello 4 ElTner ........ t 8:00 5 m 1 1:05 p m Bradford & Col ...... |7:50am + <:15pm EJtner local freight. .t 8:30 am t 2:15 p m Ind'pls & Loulevllle..' 2:00pm 'l:30pm Richmond and Clr.tl..' 2:10 p m » 1:20 p m Bradford and CQ! . . . . * 2 :05 p m * 1 :10 p IK Phlla & New York. . . .* l':»5 p m • 1 :10 p m Montlcello & EKnev..t 2:20 pm t 7:45 am Chlcaffo ................ 'l:35pm »l:55pm Chi ft Intermediate. ,*4:30pra '12:30pm Kokomo & Rich ...... T2:30pm tH:OOam Bradford * Col ....... t4:30pm tl2:20pm J. A. McCULLOCJGH. Agent. Logranaport. "We may not accept l.he peculiar re- lijricms bullet's nor can wo enter intn the sjiir.it of (heir suc-riilces. 11 is not uwej- sary •«> l)olii:vc ae< 1hoy do, but wo 0:111 and do iwpect tbeU 1 sincuriry ol! purpose and the luinor anil iijivinh1uest< which marks nH (heir business dealing. The Sluiki'i's have iiihvnys hoou cnc- (.•(vjst'ul Inventors, ami some of tlie Drearest, of iliu eonveiTK'iioes of the present day 1'onnd origin in thoir wt.tle- mont*. In one particular they excel all oilier men or classes of moil, and that fe in cull LvaiiMon of inedlcLnnl herlis and plants and thu-ir jnvpnrnfioiis for use. They luive made it a study for more f-ha.li on,e hundred years. It is one of Miulir pectil-hi.f iiulash'tes. Their lives luivo been dovoted to it. Their latest anil greatest achievement is .the Shaker DtaesMve Cordial. It is not offered as a cure for all dl.*>'ases. It diH'Si not pivh'iiil tit lie, but one disen.se It will cure, and Hint Is Indigestion. Sn(Tel-el's who rosoct (o ii.s u*e Jiavc not Ions to wait to si'e the result. The effect is almost immediate. The lirsr dose usually gives reliet: and if continued n pernumenit cure- will follow. It not only oontai.n.s already digested food, but it, digest's food n<5 well, thus toning np (lie general system. An iu- ti'rustiiis pamphlet is .now being issued by tin. 1 Shakers and ran bo had for the ,'isking .it almost any drug stm-p. Try a twenty-five eeu.t bottle of DJ- L,'(!srive Cordial and see W!IH| it will do for yon. LITTLE BABY CAfiROLL. Known in Ean Francisco as the Human Phonograph. Hut four IVurH ()1<I Sim Can IffMFd. HIHl Slil^-t l.ftlli; Without it. l^rcutt. What is HAWK DRIVES CATTLE. EDISON'S XEW LIGHT. WEST BOUND. I«P ) n'i It, i'(in .nillj *> . C IT... li:«i p m St Lf ills limited dully.-old no J3' W£4 p m > - a»t Mull dully, 'old no 47' 8:17 P n) Kansns city wires? Unlly • OKI i o n',,. s-.l," i> m Pnce»irts80«llj ixiun 'old r.o 45'...10 in « m No. EAST BOUND. 2 N. T. 4 Boston Urn a dally 'old no 42.. 2:41 n m W Past mall dally, 'o:u no 40 DrfS a m 4 Atlantic Llm dally ex Sim 'old no -II.. 4:a2 p m 7-1 Local trt. .iccom. dally ex Snn 12 60 p in EEL RIVER DIVISION. WEST BOUND. No 35 arrive !«:•!? a m JCo 87 srrlvB 2 J5 p m EAST BOUND. N038leave 1<>*> B '" No 34 leave 3:30 p in VANDALIA TKA1NS LEAVE LOGANSPORT, IND. FOR THE NORTH. No « for st Joseph, dallj ei Sunday.... in* a m No H for St Joseph, dally we Sunday ..... 6:15 a m No 54 for South ImnU daffy ex Sundny... S.-S5 p m No 20 torSt Josepb, ex Sim ............ •<«! » « Ko 10 to St Joseph Sunday only ............ 7;OC a m FOR THE SOUTH No 13 for Terre Haute <lallr ex £ui ........ 7 1ii a m >'o 31 for Teiro Haute dally ex iun ..... 2:56 p m No SI dally ex Sunday .................. „ ......... 11:55 a m Arrives No 15 daily except Sunday ....... . ............. 020 p m No 17 Suodiiy only ................................. 10:20 p in For complete time card, giving all trains and stations, mid for full Information as to rates, through cars, etc., address J. C. EJJGEWORTH,' Agent. Logansport, Ind. Or, E. A. Ford, General Passenger Agent. St. Ixtula. Alo. - Pneumonlr. Mri. A. J. Laurence,, of. Beaver,. F«,. •ays: "Brazilian- Balm brought me out of a lerere attack of pneumonia in aplendid shape. It ii a wonderfal rent' cay for coughs and lung trophies. Alto for outward t»e, for burnt, cold tore* •nd chapped hands and face, it cure* JiVe magic. It if invaluable in the Urn- A few drop* of Brazilian Balm in • little varm water stakes the beat er» water in the world. enormously rapid rate, they produce the new -\vhito light. Every wire contains a latent electrical force. This line of force is di-s- i."ibutcfl in every direction, but when 01* electrical impulse is imparted to tlie wire, altlio-ug-h It may not develop into a current of electricity, the lines of force are all turned in one direction. They no longer run in all directions, but are parallel to the long 1 axis of the wire. The wire is then ready to receive a current, One molecule communicates its movements to another until the initial impulse given by the induced current travels along 1 the entire length of the wire, nnd is caught up by the air moln- cule.s in the .frlobc. It is the same ns if a row of billiard balls are placed in n row. A blow is struck a;t one e.nd of the row and all the balls will rem-airi unmoved except the ball nt the cMtrcme other end. The bull will be driven nvay nt u. considerable ra-te of speed. The force of the blow was received by the first l>n)l. communicated to the next, nnd so on, until it shot the lastball away from the rest. Tbls is the process •that takes place in the globe aud produces the Jig-ht. In explaining this process Edison declared tlia.t he was him.wlf surprised •when ho found that the intense white lifht given o.ff by the tungstate was not accompanied by a corresponding dt.- prec of heat. The incandescent lamp transforms 05 per cent, of the electrical force into heat, nnd mily five per cent. is turned into light. This is a tremendous loss from a commercial poi-nt of view. The ne/w lamp is absolutely free from heat. Thnt vraa ascertained beyond porudventiire with, the most delicate instruments. This establishes th<s fact that, nearly the whole force used jn the new liunp is employed in producing light. Edison does not explain the w-hy and wherefore; he simply accepts it as a fact. The high amount of cJectricity required in the incandescent lamp to overcome the tremendous loss of electrical energy, and which is turned into hca-t, is not needed here. This means an astounding' cheapness in lighting and n consxvjuenf commercial gain. The now la-mp will last as long us the globe lasts. It does not have to be refilled with expensive films, and it furnishes the best light that has yot been produced. A two-candle new lamp gives out to the eye almost twice the illumin-ating effect that a two-candle incandescent lamp does. This is explained on thi ground .that the light 3s more pleasmj,' to the eye than the ineiuidescent lamp. It is a pure white light, the whitest light known. The globe looks lilcn ground glass and is all aglow. Th« curvature of the globe serves to intensify the liffht"by deflecting the flying molecules of air from one crystal to nn- pther until the initial force is exhausted. There n-re fluorescent substances even better than tungstate, but Edison is not yet prepared to make them known. .If his experiments are as successful, with those n.s they have been with tnng- Btaite there is no limit to the intensity and beauty of the light. i Clover Bird TunEht to Act an Homer by an Irish Farmer, It is not a usual thing for a. hawk to act as n shepherd, a.nd tbnt is why this particular fowl is entitled to mention. The reputation of the owl for wisdom Kt'enis likely to suffer. The wisdom of the big'-eyod night prowler ,is sorncwbiit problematical aflyway, and history does not record thnt the brains of aai owl were ever put to better use than studying the question of whether the egg or the bird was created first. A farmer living in the south of Ire- Ituid has :i hawk that is a>wise bird and, what is belter, its wisdom is put to good use. The farmer has a herd of about 75 cowK, which have bevn turned Baby Ethel Carroll, of Oa!;lnnd, Cal., is a Iiuinim I'liono^'nijih. E\vry word of a conversation—no matter how long —n"incs, dales, fig'uiTS nnd l.iits of oratory of all d'.'grees of merit, songs mid jokes spoken in her presence, si?i;m to register themselves indelibly upon her bruin, and by v ; rtue of her remarkable memory she is able to rei'iill them, word for word, even though it be weeks nnd months after. At her ngu—for she is only four years old—much that, she hears no doubt is quite unintelligible, to her as nrc the words of a phonograph to a wild beast. She simply repeat? everything from memory, without knowing aught of the text, of her words. At the Hotel Crellin, says the San Francisco Examiner, where she lives with her parents, .she is the idol and wonder of all who know her, for she is as pretty as she is clever. The first time that the child showed her phenomenal trait was at the age of 11 months. At that time she was taken to see one of IToyt's plays at the Macdunough theater. Upon returning to her home she surprised everyone by repeating word for word one of the popular songs. From thnt time until now little Ethel has been a regular playgoer. >"ow, nt the age of four, her memory has developed so remarkably that it is n common thing for her. after seeing a new piny, to sing, without a single mis- t;ike or the least sign of hesitation, song after song, that she has never heard before. She cruj also repent the lines of the piny with wonderful correctnoss. The child lias a retentive memory for names and dates. In spite of the f.act that large numbers of people see her daily, drawn by curiosity, she never forgets the name of anyone who is introduced to her, and can tell even rtic exact day when she first met them, though it may be months after. It is strange indeed to hear Ethel tajk about (jnestions of public interest that have been discussed within her hearing. CASTORIA Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants and Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. It is a Ji.trmless substitute for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrnps, and Castor Oil. It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years' use by Millions of Mothers. Castoria destroys Worms and allays feverlshness. Castoria prevents vomiting- Sour Curd, cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. Castoria relieves teething troubles, cures constipation and flatulency. Castoria assimilates the food, regulates the stomach and bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Castoria Is the Children's Panacea—the Mother's Friend. Castoria. "Castoria Is an excellent medicine for children. Mothers have repeatedly told uie of iLs food efleet upon their children." DK, G. C, Oscoan, , Lowell, Moss, * Castoria IB the best rewcdy for children of which I am acquainted. I hope the day is not far distnnt -when mothers will cOTisidcr the real interest of their children, and use Castoria instead of the various quack nostrums which are destroying their loved OIKS, hy forcing opium, morphine, soothing nymp nnJ other hurtful agents down their throats, thereby sending them to premature graves." DK. J. F. KINCHKLOI;, Con-way, Ark. Castoria. " Cnstoria is so well adapted to children th«t I recommend it as superior to any prescription known to me." II, A. ARCHF.U, M. 15., 11: So. Oxlonl St., Brooklyn, K. Y. " Onr physicians in the children's depart- r meiit have .spoken highly of their experience in their oi:lsii'.e practice with C.ibtori^ nnd although we only hnvc amouff our medical supplies what is known os rejjular products, yet v.-e arc free to confess that th< merit;, of Castoria has won us to look witb. favor upon it." UNITED HOSrirAi AKD DISPENSARY. lioiton, Mast, AI.I.EN c. SMITIJ, fret. Tha C»nt«uf Company, 77 Murray Street, New York City. TH13 HAWK HERDEH. out to graze daily in a pasture SOUK; distance from the farmhouse. It ling been the duty of the farmer's son, a lad of 10, to po after the ctittle each night and drive them home to be milked. A year or two fijtro the boy found « hawk's nest. After killing the old birds ho took the young' ones home .iJitJ raised one as a"pet. Since then the pet hawk lias been the companion of the boy and has accompanied him •when lie went after the cows eaoli evening 1 . A short time ago the boy hurt his foot, and that evening- was not able to go after the cows. At tlie usual time for going; after the herd there was no one who could go, and Hie cows came trooping in only n few minutes late. Not one was missing 1 , and frying along in the rear of the ]ierc7, was the pet hawk. The next evening 1 the hawk again started out alone after the cows. This time he was watched, and his plaji of operations learned. The bird first drove the. cows together by assailing 1 each straggler separately. Then the entire drove was started'towards home. • If a cow loitered the hawk ilew a.t her, pecked at her Ixiok and beat her with his wings. This courso was fully as effective in making the bovine move ns would be V.ie barking of a dog. When nil the cows were in motion nnd moving' along at aproper ga.itthe ha.wlcperched himself on the horn of the rear one nnd calmly watched the progress of his charges. Since then the hawk has been sent after the cows each evening, and the boy has lost a job. The fame of the bird has • spread, 'nnd neighbors for miles around have gone to see the hawk drive the cattle. Ooo<] for Lung: Dlieanen* A New York specialist on lung diseases recently prescribed a course o* trcatment for a woman who was evidently far on the rond to consumption. W.hat he told her tp'.take was all sorts of streng'theniDi? food, such as rare beef, cit»m;.lots of butter, ,etc. Besides this,be directed her to eat raw eggs, beaten up in roilkruntil she'cqnld bring herself to tike 12 a clay. 'This last regime alonei faithfully carried out, has, it is believed, eaied another consumptive; it has hcJpcd the first woman greatly a» well. What Ejjrpttam iVfur«. The common people,, aiilorig Jhe an^ cient Egyptians had wooden sandafsi If i we may'credit the .asrfeition of nistor'-,. Ions, one of the Egyptian queens received the revenue of 071? city soleiy. fo keep hi'iWIf in samlnlR. LITTLE EABT CARROLL. Severn! months ago, while the Currant case* w:is the one absorbing- topic of publtc interest, tiny Miss Kthel heard her mother r-jad several of (he lengthy newspaper reports. Since then the subject has not been mentioned until one day lost week, when, for the purpose of testing her memory, rhe matter was recalled. She at once went over the entire subject, using language almost identical with that of the newspaper articles. Her answers to questions often took the form of a qtiolation of entire sentences, and these she repeated perfect^' after the lapse of so many months without, perhaps, understanding their menning. Recently her wonderful memory was put to a .severe- test at a concert recital IB Oakland. After the performancesbe was oskcd if she remembered a certain recitation on ihe programme remarkable alike for its length nnd peculiar phrasing. She bad never heard it before, but with a confident smile and a certain eiiclian ting carelessness of manner, she rpcitcil the entire piece without a single break. It will be interesting to note as this child grows ckler whether her memory broadens with age, or whether, as in the case of (he famous Italian boy mathematician, it lapses altogether and leaves her more stupid than the veriest infant. International Mnrrbijqroi*, According to London social authorities, the American girl has had her day in Great Britain. English girls have so profited by the stimulus afforded by American competition that they have developed nn astonishing amount of social tact and brilliancy nnd can no longer be beaten OD their own ground. The giore-ics of the international marriage have been much prated of, and it will be a sad blow to the American debiitiintos to yield their aspirations to gilded Briti.j'li titles and poverty- stricken British estates. The Dritish mamma, however, and the American [lapa will, it ifi hinted, be of one mind in approving the new order of things. A ."vstein that would liecp English lords and American dollars where they in-, dividually belong would instantly commend itself.' Asbestos la rioot Solon. It. is proposed to use asbestos in the TC'.OS o/.boot,s. Asbestos wool, pressed by ' hydraulic ' force into thin' sheets, water-proofed on one side, is to-be in- strtt-il as the 1 middle sole. Asbestos"ifl" a non-conductor of.heat, and; in con- IN THE WORLD I for keeping th« Syatsm In a Healthy Condition. CURES HeadaotM* CURES Constipation, Act* on the Lrver and Kidneys, Purlf!** ttm Blood, Dispels Colds and Povera, Beautlfle* the Complexion antf tc Pleasing and Refreshing to tha Taste. SOLO my AU. DituOQlST*. J*"A nicely Illustrated eljrhty-p»)fe Lincoln Story Book fin* to rmj parchanr «** ptekare oi Lincoln Tea. Price 25c. Aik r*at ineai*t~*t LmaMJi Tu C«~ Fort Warn*, h* For Sale by B. F. KEESLINO. IPL5TE YOUR EDUCATION WITH REDWOOD TREE BRIDGE. In K«markabl« Structure That Una Booi CRC for Maoy Voar». There is no uiore remarkable wooden bridge in the world than the one which crosses Ceiritos creek on tlie stage, road between Sa'a Mat«o and Pescadero, u few miles north of San Grcgario, Gi), This peculiar and pitturesque structure is built entirely of the trunks of native redwood trees, and is in a fair state of preservation. The moststriking tliir.g about the appearance of this bridge, says the Pan Fra.ncisco Call, is its enormous height. The center span crosses the creek 00 feet, above the water. It is not known who the engineers were that, built the bridge nor just what not Jook r,ne ieast bit out of place, m fact, it rather blends into the landscape. It doe,s not present a very beautiful appearance nor does it look grotesque. A'Small Colt. There is n young colt in Carmel, Pa^ belonging to W. C. Spratt that at th*j time of its birth was probably the; smallest of any recorded in Maine. This small package of equine flesh firsti saw the light of day last May, and,: while its weight was not recorded,; something of its size may be learned; from the- fact that it was taken, upbyj one of the men in the palms of hi»| two hands and carried into the house,' junction with'a water-proofed material; will have the effect of counteracting the influence of heat, cold nnd moisture. Female Whltecap* In Kentucky. A bacd of-women whitecaps broke Op, a'moonshine'still near-Findman, Ky;," (ftp', other .Trig-nt. They .came to the' scene u,rmed. with'Winchesters, drove ;i«vav tlie proprietor and chopped up ilie wlr.sky barrels with axes. REDWOOD TREE BRIDGE. fncilitiiis they bad for doing- t.he work The structure was put up about 1SS: ai:d hr.s remained in constant use ever sir.oL-. ]t is t-ruo t.he stages do noteross it now, but foot passengers ajul smaJler vehiislus use it regularly. The only effect of its long- years of service is a slijrht sv,-;tg iit the northern cud. The redwood trees of which 'he bridge wn.s built wera hauled from Uic forest nbout 35 miles away. How they were i.'UR'ud iti position is soructhinp pnst find- ir.s; out, ;-.s there is nobody livijiy in tlie locsilily thnt remembers when the briilgr w;is put up. And, indeed, it lool:s as if the job would puz/.le an en- srinecr of to-day, even though he were given the use of all modern appliances, which the others did riot have. In all there lire TO upright, nupports in tlie bridge; and they must have been of stood on end entirely by the use ropes,' pulleys rind'muscle. Tholse in the center of the bridge arc tlie higrhest and tlie others g«t shorter and sho> Mr as they climb the bank on either wide. Very few braces are used, ootihat tie bridge presents the -appearance of » series of straight poles reuching'-acros* the ravine. The country in tins vicinity i* picturesque and wild, and the bridge does expert Opinion The Canadian Government recently sent an appraiser to the principal bicycle factories in this country, to determine the exact value of various makes for import into Canada. After an exhaustive investigation, his re- . port to his Government rated Columbia Bicycles , higher t£an any other make and they 4* pay duty accordingly. This but confirms the popular verdict. Col- STANDARD OF THE VORLD. Unequalled, Unapproochtd. Brautifu! Art Catalogue of Columbia and Han- ori Eicyclei i» free if you call upon any Colunv ' bia Bcert; ^t&mps. by mail from u» for two a-cenJ POPE WNOTACTURING CO, factories and General Offices, Hartford, Conn. Branch Stores and Ag«ci«i in almont «v«j ' :ily and town. If Columbias are not properfy epruentcd in your vicinity let ui know.

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