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Logansport, Indiana
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Saturday, June 27, 1896
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= STOP1 y° u have run up against a Good Thing. = PLUG The best reason in the world why some things sell so well is because they are good. That is one reason for the great sales of "BATTLE AX." But good quality is only half the story. The other half is the size of a 5 cent piece, It is as big almost as a 10 cent piece of other and poorer kinds. Facts are facts. You can buy and see for yourself. Five cents isn't much to invest, The Cyclist's Necessity. POND'S ?7s^i> INTERNALLY AND WILL. CURE CUTS, BURNS, BRUISES, WOU.N'DS.'SPRAI.NB, SUNCUIiN, CH A FINOS, J.V SECT BITES, ALL PAlN, AND INFLAMMATION'S, GENUINE IN OUK BOTTLES ONLY, BUFF AVBAPPKBS. SEE DUE SAME, POHD'S • EXTKACT CO., NEW YORK, 76 FWTH Av K N v E . USE POND'S EXTRACT OINTMENT FOR PI LES. Sent by mail on receipt of 50 cts. JBLUGINE K 1 ^ INSTANTLY \J ROACHES * BEDBUGS 'MOTHS.ANTS'ETC' A SPANISH FETE. One No Longer H««r» the Gnltar and the CantaiietB. Anothcrtimewcwcn.tc!owntoafeteln •tli« Plaza Nueva, the squii-c in front of the governor general's palace at the foot of the hill. 1 It was held after dark, -wlJch was an inducement for us to go. The waiters, from whom we got all the gossip we ever heard, said that it had somethinfr to do with Columbus; it might be the little affair of thi? eg-?, the discovery of America, or liis own death, or anything else, Cor all f.hcy knew or cared. The celebration itself did not help to explain matters. Lanterns bung from every tree in tJie plaza. Thera was a crowd of water-carriers and don- Jccys, and women, and priests, and children, nn<l soldiers, and men selling biff round cakes that looked like undersized New Kn^lajid pies with nothing inside. Sockets were let ofC at rare intervals, ami a "band, all drums nod cymbals, played with just such a brazen, barbarous beating nnd clashing as the Moors must have made as they marahed past to one ot their periodical musters in the' Vivarambla. That was all. so that the connection with Columbus wns not very otivious. But the prettiest part of the pageant •was on our way back, when, at the top « of the Calltv du'lo* Gomorcs, we saw a pro up of girls in the gateway, n white torricndc against the darkness of the •wood!. They "broke away, dancing n-s we ' came, nnd \vft followed them up tns steept.-st of tin- throe purling roads in pursuit of'a distant sound of music. The scec'. 1 held out promise of the traditional Spanish night nttuned to the click of. castanets and the thrumming of guitars. Hut within the Alhambra's j~nclosure we found nothing 1 more romantic t-hai-i a man with an accordion, and n few couple* wait/ing under tho crcrs. For the nationnl dance and song ^Ucr-stranger must go to the show held fay grrid.'.i nnd gypsies somewhere on thi: AlVvycln; it is supposed to be improper, thcms-fi It- is o-t tho mostorily stupid, nnd f6r r!u"5 vnii must pay in pesetas. • TJiti>- Yi'evpr once in Granada's open streets' ;>.nd courts, or in those of any othtr Andulusian town, did we hear tbe-castonetft nnd guitars that play no •MfTnaM vclv through the .\\vW usia of .ro- mance and Mun-ay. That they should still bo expected really shows how hard tradition dies, "Am I, then, come into Spain to hear humstrums and hurdy- gurdies?" Eeckford asked indignantly a hundred years ago. But every 1 new traveler goes to the country, sure that for him, at least, there will be the sweet strumming and mad fandango all the long southern night under the stars.— Elizabeth Kobins Pennell, in Century. spantali Cookery. J do not believe that anyone, not even. Washington Irving, cve.r remained so long on The Alliambra's hill. The man • uger grew so used to us thnt he gave up providing the French dishes prepared for UK? tourist; now the waiters brought onls- thtir own extraordinary messes, goUlcn with saffron, scariot wiih popper, soft with oil. fragrant with garlic, most of which hnd liitlicrto been reserved Pnr the family dinner in the office. • \Ve were even jnado to abstain on Friday. ;md very flnmbouyant v.-ps our silwti'iii'iicc. Tn fact. Tor those who like tin; rococo in cookery, the Spanish kitchen is unrivaled.— "Elizabeth Ixob- bin.s TYniii'il, in Century. Worked t'he Other IVuy. "Sfndum," he said in a gentle, soothing voice, which only the man who has something to sell can successfully assume. "I have here an article of soap which—" "Don't want any'soap," she replied flatly. "lint your younger brothel- there must get a great many grease spots on hi.s clothes. Now, if you would provide some of that soap—" "When you allude to my younger, brother, I suppose you mean tha.1 boy who is standing over by the fence?" ''Certainly." • ..-..•• "Well, he Isn't my younger brother. He's my son, and what's more, he's the youngest of four, and what's 7uore than that. I read the papers, and U you think you can flatter me by pretending that I look youthful, you're wrong. I don't need any soap, and my time's precious." —Detroit Free Tress. • Alexandria, Ont., June 26.—The flour m;ils here belonging to J. 0, and H. Mooney were" burned early Friday morning. LOBS, $30,000; partly covered by insurance, v ' SWIFT JUSTICE. Negro Hanged at,Washington for an Atrocious Crime, Sixteen-Year-Old Girl His Victim —Execution in Arkansas—Man- , now to Hang. Washington, J «' 1C SO.'— Irwiu Ford (colored) was hanged in the district jail Friday forenoon for the murder of Elsie Kreglo, a 16-year-old white girl. His-execution marked the culmination of the quickest case on record where the death penalty was legally inflicted for u capital crime in the District of Columbia. The murder was committed on May 4, Ford WHS-arrested May 7, was indicted May 11, tried and con vie'ed Slay IS and sentenced on Uie 27th. The crime for whirl) he suffered the extreme penalty was most brutal. It was eom- "mittefl in the suburbs of Washington, near the National Zoological park. According to the confession which he made, Kortl Attempted to outrage the girl, boenvne incensed at her resistance and stabbed her to death with a small pouketUniiV. Ford osettped, but was eaplural utll;irper'sFerry, AV.Vn., three days liilyr anil, luul a narrow escape from lynching at th'. % hands of a nvb. Tlo confessed his crime 10 tin 1 YVushinjr- ton police the next, clay, an! claimed flint whisky was respouftt.lo for the deed. " • Ford wis 30 years of njn 1 . He lived with his wife, child ami father near r.urnt Mills, Md., no: far from the District of. Columbia line. . L'olorril Mun IiHii|;<)il 1" Arkiinmm. St. 1'joui.s, Juno ;.'o.—A special to the Scripps-MclJiie lenyne from Mariana. Ark., says that Arthur Taylor (colored) was hangrd there ut It oV.look Friday morning for Hie murder of his wife, last October. > T o appeal for executive e!(;iit"ii(.'y was made for him, Sol Gibb's and AYcslcy Hail. sntitencKul to hails' at Mariana Friday for the assassination of W. .R. King, near Saylnrsville. Octobrr Is, IrtO.'), have been r«!spiti-.d' "for 30 days. Both an' noloml. lliin^-lriir In lliirj-luml. KlUton, Mil.. June 2(1. — Janii-s H. Truss w.-i.~ hangcfl in the jail yoixl here Friday for the murder, on January 'I, of Thomas (.'amp. of (.ioslien, X. -I., captain of the schooner Mamiway, of Cam- tlon, '.N. ,1. N The motive for the crime wa-s robbery. Truss wu« one of a discharged u-rrw. j Trio Kjcocuteti in Colorado. Cur.on City, Col., Juni 1 26.—Thomas Coll, Klber't Noble and Dominick Romero.' wh'o murdered T'olicemah V>oloiiioii in Trinidsid, were hanged Friday in the state pi.'uitentiary.' Mttjmow .Kont«nco<l to Hung. Chicago, June 3li.—Julius Mnnnow was sentenced to hang- October, 10 by .liulgellorton Friday morning. Mannow was an accomplice of Jo-seph Wind-rath in the murder of Carey B. Birch.cashier of the We.st Chicago Street Railway company, June 25, 189D. Birch was alone at midnight of that day in the Armitage avenue barns when the two men shot him to death nnd robbed the safe of $300. Windrath. was hanged three wccka ago. ^ , Receiver* of tfoi-tlmrn Pacific Dl»ch»r)red. New York, June 20.—Judge Ijacombe, of the United States circuit court, has issued an order finally discharging Thomas F. Oakes, Henry C. Payne and Henry C. House as receivers of the . Northern Pacific liailroacl eompany.nrd they arc relieved from nil inclebtcdnesi nnd obligations a's such receivers. THE MARKET'S. Grain, Provlxlon", Etc. Chlcnjro, June EC. Ft,Otj"R—Was quiet ar.d easier. Quotable us follow?: TWntor-Patents, $3.40(9 3 60- stralfrhts, $2.01ifS3.20: oloars, $2.50<ir2.BO: seconrls, $1.9p@2.00; low prudes, $].7r,5i)2.0H. Spring—Piuents. S3.35(5;3."r.: Ptrnlsr'.its, J2.COS1 3.20;-bakers', {2.10W2.2T): low grades. J1.5CW 3.75; Red DOR-, $1.20(5>1 : .40; Ryo, S2.00,i?,2.20. "WHEAT— Moderately active nnd unset- Hcfl. June, XiiipBr^c; July, . 55%^!%^; September. Sfi'.iSMGSc. CORN-Easy. No. \ 27^27'ic: No. 2 Yellow ::4if;.2T'/.c: July, 27^'Ti'- > 7'ic;-Septem- bei',' SS'.-iWSS-'Se: May, M'/ii&a'iKc. O^TS^VnseuleJ and easy. No. 2 cash, Jfic; July, JS^^lOc:'September; IG'^lC'^e; Mny, lS«401Si4c. Samples steady. No. 3, JC(»17V"C;' No. 3 White, 17W.Sc: No. 2, 16»i 7c; No. 2 White, ISM^T'/sC. RYE—Slow und cnrfy. No. 2 to KO to store, 31e. Sample lots, 32ig>32V4c; September do- llver'y, 32c. BARLEY—Little Barley comlnp In and demand small. Thin cjuotnble at 22<5>24c; Jalr weight, but off color, sr.S27c: good color, fair to pood wolirht, 2C®29c; choico (o fancy, 20SC33C. MESS PORK—OftcrlnBR moderate, and demand active. Prices easy. Quotations ranscd at J6.95(iT.7.fl2V4 Cor cash'. &MW®™M> ror June; $0.003)7.03 for July; J7.10@7.20 lor September. LARD—Demand fairly active and ofter- inc« free. Prices easier. Quotations nfnsed 'ul M.S5Jf3.02'A. (or cash; S3.SS@3.92Vi for June; J3.S7Vi«( l 3.35 for July, and 54.00® 4.32Vs for Sentembc-r. ; BUTTER — Quiet and steady, rather tnir.e. Creameries, 10®l4lic; Dairies', 0@32e. L.1VB POULTRY—Only moderate demand. Turkeys, 7:ffOc; Chickens. 7Vi@8o: Spring Ducks, ]2©14c per pound; Qcese, per dozen, J3.00ig>4.l)0. _- New York, June 20. FLOUR—Quiet, weak, unchanged. WHE-VT—No. 2 Rud firm, moderately active "July, C2&G2 5-lOc: Auirust, C2@02%c: Bcptomher, 62%@G2y < c; December, W.3-l'5@ CORN—No, 2 quiet and easier, W.i®Wfac: • July, SS33-18c; September, 34 9-l6c. OATS~No. 2 dull, steady. State, 23©2Tc; Western, SlH@27c; July, 20%^; September, 2D%c nominal. PORK—Quiet. New mess, SS.500S.75; old do., JS.OOfi)8,23. LARD—Quiet, easier. Steam rendered, $4.25. ' CHEESE—Qulot, easy. Part skims, 20 41,40; full skims, lK>@ 2c EGGS—Moderate demand, stea<ly:''West- ern, 10Vi@nVi.-c. ' . Live Stock. . • Chicago, June 20. CATTLE—Market steady. Fair to beat beeves. J3.7E04.45; - stockers and feeders. J!!.GO£/'3.7G; mixed Cows' and Bulls, H.-jO® 4.00; Texas, $2.40Qi4,00. HOGS—Market active and frenerally steady. Liffht, »3.25@3.G2V4i rough -pack-; Ing 52.SOSZ'2.9o; mixed and butchers , J3.0o <ii'3 40- heavy packing and shipping,. J3.00® (.25; Pits, $2.7015)3.50. ' ' . • * INDIANA NEWS. Told'In Brief by Dispatob.33 from Various Localities, Uluraurcr J!n<l» III* Llfn. Goshen, hid., .lune 26. — Milton B. Veils, the lirutiil murderer of Jennie Walters, eoiuiniUed suicide by hanging, U!iii:!>- a rope made out of his bedclothes. He k-!t an anto-niortem statement denying that he had any part in the murder, intimating that he was drunk at the time nnd spilled the kerosene, which caught fire and Innrned Miss Walters. He claims that he does not know who fired the shots which stmak her. Miss Walters just before her death, said thnt Wells wn-s tnruged. because she had agreed to marry another man: that the evening of the murder he enticed her over to his house while r.c one else was there, told her the story of his wrongs and then shot her three times. None of the shot? resulting- fatally, ho dashed a can of kerosene over .her and set fire to it. Murdered lij- Illn Wife's Companion. Shclbyville, Intl., June 2tj. — Mrs. Lizzie Schmidt left her home ostensibly to visit her mother. Vu-mmning longer than usual, her husband. Ki'nest, went in search. H« [Kissed through a railroad bridge and to his surprise found his wife there in company with John Marsh, an enemy. .Schmidt endeavored to persv.ade bis wife to return home with 'him? Shf refused, when Schmidt caught anil d/aggeO her to the bridge opening-. Marsh ran upon nnd stabbed him several limes in the buck and neck. jiTs recovery is 'impossible. Marsh has not been apv.»"i-h«n<led. Mrs. Schmidt ivfnst's ro return home and says that her husband was endeavoring t.o throw her from the bridge when intercepted. J'iMicli Hiirvcst .In rrocreHS. .loftVrsonvillf!. Intl.. .rune 20.— -The fathering "f l'1'i; immense fruit crop bf tin- famous Ohio valley belt has be- C'tit!. and for several w<-i'l<s carload after carload will fro out to various P'linrs of the country. Not for years has iht: crop in quantity or quality eom- ;::iri'd with tin- present one, and as a ci-'f,si:r|uence a large amount of money will I,-e brought into this county and the pin-rounding counties comprising- the |]»,-K-h belt. The oountio.* of Clark, Finvd. Harrison. On w ford, Washington. Scott, .Ipffcrson. in this state, ami tho adjoining counties of Hullitt. Okl- hum and Trbnbic. in Kentucky, comprise the? belt. Ilollevi: Tlx.'ir J»nu£litcr In Dcnil. W::l):isli, Ind., JUMP ^0. — Miss Emma Dunffe, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Wagner, k is just. lcf.rnr:cl, was injured it; the St. Louis cyclone thr^e weeks ago, and she bus just had her foot, amputated. As she was otherwise hurt, and nothing has been heart! I'nim the hospital iiiithoriries where she WHS taken, Mr. and Mrs. Wagner are fearful that, she is dead. Didn't Know It Was Loaded. Oeffursonville, Ind., Juno 20.— Young. Kamls, aged 14, residing near Tiorden, v.-:is shot by his eousin, Alfred Elliott, with a target rifle, and died from the wound. It was the same old story of "didn't know it was loaded." They had been playing with the rifle and Elliott pointed it at his cousin and said: "I will shoot you," and fired the fatal shot. Epworth LCUKUO Convention. Anderson, Ind., June 20.— The sixth nnnual state convention of the Epworth League of Indiana is holding its session in this city. This :s the first general mass convention since the organization of the l.'ugue in this state. There .ire 3,400 chapters and 71,00 Epworthians in Indiana. All of the districts are re p____ Hoy Striken Clone » Factory. Muncie, Ind., June 20.— The strike at the Hemingray flint glass works by the GO small hoys employed in the tank department has resulted in- closing down the factory. The strikers are ng-ed from seven to twelve years and demand an increase of 15 cents a day, Twenty-Bound Cotitot, Klkhart, Ind., June 20. — Articles have been signed here for a 21-round contest with five ounce gloves between Fred Ilitr^ms, of this city, and Billy O'Brien, of Columbus, 0., for n purse or $200. The date decided on was July C. Contestants will enter the ring at 110 pounds. Turple to Nominate Mtifcthcwrf. Imtianapolis. Ind., June 26. — The serious illness of Senator Voorhcca has caused a chnnge in the original pro- gramme, and Senator Turpie ha.s been selected to present Gov. Matthews" name to the national convention as a. candidate tor president. —^ ^ ^^^~^~~" / Fire nt Clitintcrtoi). Chesterton, Ind., June 20. — The store buildings of John Krciger nnd Charles CJabel and the residence of John Woif were burned and an unoccupied house nrwt to Mrs, Wolf's was set on fire by tramps. . Loss, $;,ObO. -with small in- •iirnnce. WHICH Bt iioau at H Lnivermty. London, June 20.— At Aberystwith Friday nft.ernoon the prince of Wales was installed with great ceremony in the office of the chancellor of the lately established University of Wales, to which he was elected a year ago. The degree of doctor of music was conferred by the university upon the princess of Wales and thnt of doctor of letters upon Mr. Gladstone, _ •_ Snip ScaftlcU to S»ve Her. Liverpool, June •£>'. — The British steamer Lucerne, while loading for an east-bound voyage,, was discovered to be on fire at midnight Thursday night and was scuttled and sunk to prevent her total destruction. The fire is supposed to have been caused by the explosion of a lamp. Famous Mutnbnle Chief Killed, Buluiyayo,- June 20. — Capt. La.ing'? force has routed the Matabele at .Belingwe, killing the famous Chief Solembo and three of his sons, together with .250 of their followers. Urn tali station is now safe. . KATE GARDNER'S CHAT. Canvas Cloth Is the Popular Material of the Day. How Mimo Pretty Kftccln C»n Be Ob- taln'd with It—Tlio Liilem In Truv- ' ellUK ConUt—Duliicy Wrapx for Summer. ISpcoUU CliiciiBo Letter.) If porehance you- ean have but one new gown thin summer and go U) a fasbionnble, up-to-date dressmaker for advice as to (lie proper thing to buy, she will invariubly tell you to g-et a ciinvas cloth. She will declare it to be the one thing 1 worthy consideration, the one and only material for n stylish, serviceable gown suitable for street wear and rrior'e dressy occasions as well. All I'nris, and London, too, for that matter, sung its praise lost season, but it remained for the spring-of '00 to bring- it into any degree of popularity on this side of the water. It has achieved a success rivaled by but few materials in so short a time, and is still marching- nlong in popular favor. Owing to its loose weave it makes a delightfully cool gown, will lint stretch out of shape nor wrinkle, and, best of all, is absolutely dustproof. These qualities make it nn ideal material, and the faet that it soils at a moderate price docs not detract from Its charms. The colors most sought after in this goods are blue in rather a bright tone,' handsome dark, brown and sage green; but prettier and most desirable of all is an exquisite shade of tan, neither too light nor yet 100 dark, suitable alike for blonde or brunette. i Huff color and Tuscan tint—praclic-! a!!y the Siiim; thing—are much in favor afso, and when made to show a white lining beneath the effect is particularly good. Two gowns of canvas seen within the' week ore well worth a description. One in a peculiar shade of green, bordering on sage, was made in the popular fashion of. coat and skirt, and lined throughout with duric-green silk taffeta. The big turnback revers on the coat were faced with brocaded satin in a deep cream tint that harmonized most beautifully with green. A dainty addition to the whole costume was given by an exceedingly CANVAS CLOTH GOWN. smart silk waist of changeable green taffeta, made with elaborate motifs of lace on an overhanging front showing a white tucked chiffon vest. The other one, made by the same tailor,, was of the coat and skirt order also, in color dark blue. The lining in this gown was of a striped pongee showing a brocaded design in large pink and yellow roses. The facings were all of this bright-hued silk, producing' an extremely novel effect which added not a little K> the smartness of the entire costume. By the way, using these fancy silks for linings and fnc- ings, even when they do not show through the material'of the dress, ia the very latest tiling, and certainly adds immensely to the beauty and finish of the gown and is not as extravagant a fancy as one 1 might imagine. _A' little care and time .spent in shopping will disclose these lovely sillis selling at remarkably low prices, and you know that, after all, it is not always the amount of money spent on a gown •that brings about the best results. While canvas cloth has the charin of novelty so irresistible to the majority of women, alpaca has not lost favor by nny manner of means.. It is nro-ii finer and softer than that sold last sca : , son, arid seems nearly to have reached perfection in the silkinoss and glossiness of its appearance. It was never intended for smart^occasions, some authorities to the contrary notwithstanding,; and will be used this season exclusively for traveling coats and gowns intended for hard wear. Speaking of traveling coats remind* me of the fact that in no article of the feminine wardrobe has such a metamorphosis taken placeas in this. From the linen duster of other days has been evolved the-traveling coat of to-day, a garment Uiat stands for ail that is desirable in Appearance and wear. Made loose and comfortable, yet perfect in fit and finish, it. is a possession worthy of our highest r-epard. The newest ones are lined throughout with thin silk, which makes them easy to, put on. and off, and invariably have the sleeves accordion plaited. Some arc belted in at the waist, but the prettiest models are fitted snug to the form, ha.ve very wide skirts, with the fullness all a.t the back, and are made long enough to completely cover the dress of the wearer. In this regflMookinjr garment .•Iocs my lady of this day aaA generation go a journey ing., with no thoughts of rumpled finery or dust and dirt to mar her pleasure en. route, ' For midsummer wear nothing can excel in beauty and daintiness the new batiste waist." Holland colored and white ones ore the loveliest, and when mounted on a silken lining: the effect in really charming. The favorite design for this waist h-as a full overhanging front, short puffed sleeves reaching Hist-to tho elbow, with a ribbon collar -THE TRIUMPH OF LOVa is iiAPPYi ruciTFiJi- "lAirniA.-:-.- Every 3Inn Who Woulil Know :'.:•> Grand Truth*, the Plain runs, ih« Now Dlncovcrlen of nro<):<:nl :.'T : = i:cj u Applied 10 Marric<! l/.'.r, ;\'. > Woultl Alone for Paul Error*, n:: I . ATold Future rilfallii, Shan!.] ISr-rur- the YV'umlcrful Linlr I*oo]r v'alj, ! " Cotnplrto Mftnbood, am! J3ovv to .'.:- lulii It." "Here nt last i* information from ,-v 5 '.-'\ medical source that must work wonnvr.i \v;;li tbisceucraiion of men. 11 The book fully describes a meiliorl by which to attain full viRor and manly power. A methort by whicli lo end all unnatural on 'hos rare nervousness, lack af se!r-c::'.-,".. •'*>• •J oosriiHBKC n. .inaca anrl v.'Ov'^ "'-'"-:- ' r ore of hripbi-r.ess, buoyant nrvl j'~v r. 'j'o cure forever cilec^j of czicc'-^.;. •- ....'••;.:.:. v.Ttvry, <$rc. 'J'o V.ivcfi'll strength, JcvslprKnrr.r ."-:: to vvcrv portion and orrni) of tho b-vV. Ane no barrier. Failure i>j3posj;l.:-!. thousand reference*. Tins book i3 ijiirclymolicnl ni-.-l.?•:!•- useless to curiosity Beckers, i^v.-.:_:... , ,.__.. j j* A'do^pairinfc man, wbo h"<l .i;^)'...-^ u -'.', Boon nftcrwrote: "UVLM u-Il you that flrrt '>-.;• :• ^<- 1 >\ never fm-cet. I ]ui;t buljtlC'l v.-'. '.: ;.;•- i M--:r-d 10 b«c cvcrybodyaul t;H !.-:'.«?-•" »;,! ic!f Lad died yesterday, nr.i! :. j --.;•; '-•--* v.-ns bnrn to-day. Why dWn'c y.-.-i r.- , y-j Tvb-'n 1 first wrote tbut 1 v.-c-i:! ;.-j.-: ,: i..:i Aiid another thus: *'Jf you dumped a cart 3oatl c. '• . • '.'.-j •fwl it would »"t brlnpr such c!.".:l:;<..-..i :_.•• >..Jilt; MS vour method bafi done." Y.Vnbiotbo ERfE MEDICAL (.:'>:."'.•.:."..', The COAST LINE to MACKINAC ——>-t-TAKE:<THE •*-{-— rtt^V MACKINAC 'III DETROIT | If PETOSKEY A V-f CHICAGO 2 New Steel Passenger Steamers The Omtnt Perfection yet attained In Boat Con»trnetlon--Luiorlo«u Equipment, Arttitlc FuroUblDi, OecoritlM Mid EHIcteot Servlct, Inwring tSe bigheit degree of COnFORT, SPEED AND SAFETY. POOR Trap* nn Wtw BCTWCEM ToIedo,Detroit/Mackinac PETOSKEY. ''THFWO.y^QUETTE, LOW RATES ta Plctunaqa* Mwkiue ud Return, tacludlne ne«te ud Berth.. Pram Cleveland, $18; Iroffl Toted*. *ig i from Detroit, •13.50.- •..• ' '•' '• • ' " • - -. EVERY EVENING Between Detroit and Cleveland Connecting «t Clevel.nd with B.rllest Tniin. for all points E*»t, South and Southwest and at Detroit for *H poinU North and Nortawert, Sanity Tripi lun», July, augMt •»« S*pt*ab*r Onlj. EVERY DAY BETWEEN Cleveland, Put-in-Bay -f Toledo Send for Illustrated Pamphlet Addre» A. A. 8CMANTZ. .. r. ».. DITHOIT, HIOH. Tfie Detroit ami Maud Stenn lav, Co. . ONE-HAkF.SIZS OF BOX.. PQZZOiNI'5 'COMPLEXION POWDER! I has boon tho standard for forty Tears ttud • ! is moro popular to-da? than ever before. POZZONI'S I ia v'tio tdaal complexion po-wdcr—be*utlfyinK,| rcfr««k)nK, ck'anlT. hwltbful and hnrmleM- | A d«lleatc. Invisible promotion to Uio face. ! fflth every box ol 1>OZ7.«> l« » m»g- i I nlflcent Scovllfs GOLD PUFF | BOX If Kit*n fr«t> of rluHfUf. ' AT DEUGGISTS AND FANCY STORES. \ Going For A Lake Trip? 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