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Gladness Comes W ith a better understanding of the transient nature of the many physical ills, which vanish before proper ef lortB-Rcntle effo.'ts-pleasant efEorts- Itohtly directed. There is comfort in ifie knowledge, that so many forms of •Icltness arc not due to any actual dis- •Me, but simply to a constipated con<?" *ta» of the systbm, which the pleasm., Itmily laxative. Syrup of I- igs. prompt- ^Temoves. That is wl.y it is £ho only JSmedy with millions of families and s nervwhcro esteemed so h»£nly oy an Yaluo gooA health. Its bene.nuuil cts are duo to the fact, that .it is the remedy which promotes internal nlincss without debilitat-Tig the mans on which it acts. It is therefore •Important, in order to got its bcne- fdfcl effects, to note when you pnr- ->.,. that you have the pemime urti- SeTwhieh is manufactured by the Culi- fcrnm fig Syrup Co. only and sold by all reputable druggists. H In the enjoyment of good health, B&d the system 'is regular, laxatives or •(her remedies are then not needed. A Stated with any actual disease, one MV be commended to the most skillful physicians, but if in need of » laxative. JS should have the host, and with the •W*U-informe<l everywhere, byrup m stands highest and is most largely and gives most general satisfaction. NEW CATCHER'S MASK. Muy Bo Thrown Up iinil Out of'tho Wny WUun Secwclty Ueinuud«. Every attendant sit baseball game* has noticed how much a catcher's mask . is in the-way when lie runs to catch a foul ball. Ho must first Uirow 'the ma.*!; oft and then run the chance of stepping on it or stumbling over "it Then.'when the ploy is over. """•" " a anisic ' delay while ho readjusts bis cap and- uask. A Hnrtford (Conn.) genius has A SHORT JOURNEY TO CALIFORNIA IN , FIRST CLASS STYLE The Southern Pacific Co. "SUNSET LIMWED" TRAIN. Over the Sunset Route— New Orleans to Los Angeles and San Francisco. Was discontinued April ICth. The Mpwlor accommodations given the great number of patrons of the above •train during tbe past tourist season, warrants this announcement of plans for next season of finer service with . tqalpment superior to anything yet ^•knotrn In transcontinental traffic. Look for early re-Inauguration of -"SUNSET LIMITED" this fall. For Home Seekers. -.The Southeru Pacific Co. "Sunset i'ioute" In connection with the "Queen ->WMJ Crescent fioute" are running the ..-''only line of through 'tourist Pullman . '-Weepers leaving Cincinnati every Thursday evening for Los Angeles and ••• t»n Francisco. : 'These excursions are specially .con- ; iiocted, and the object Is to enable those who do not care to buy tbe first-class .round trip or one way tickets, to enjoy a, comfortable ride with sleeping car ;»fj»lleges and.no change of cars at the .'Wry low second-class rate. , : r . For further Information, address W. H. CONNOR, Commercial Agt. S. P. •Jo., Cincinnati. O. "' ,W. G. NEIMYER, G. W. Agt. S. P. ! jto., Chicago. 111. . g. F. MORSE, G. P. & T. Ajrt. S. P •o.. New Orleann, La, ; : HOW THE NEW MASK SWINGS BACK, invented a mask which cnn be instnnt- ly thrown up and out of the way, like a. visor of a helmet, nnd muy be as readily replaced. The inventor is William Gnu-, who long- ago conceived '.he idea that a mask to protect the catcher's fuco would be a good thing. His idea was then laughed nt by bull players nnd others interested in the game, so he did nothing- with It. Not long after that, a Harvard mnn invented and put on the market just such n musk. Now every catcher wears one when' playing up under the but. Some time later Mr. Cray invented and patented tho. catch- er's'pad, which is now universally used. He is also the inventor of the Gray telephone pay station. His 'latest invention, the improved mask, is well protected as to patents. It is as much of an advance over the old mask as that was over no covering nt all for the face. As the picture of the mask shows, it is attached to tin- pad frame by pivot joints. The pad frame is held firmly on the catchers head by the usual arrangement of straps.' When the catcher wants to cover his face, he lets it down nnd it is held in place by a spring. If a foxil is popped up in the..air, a touch of the hand throws the mask instantly up nnd bock, leaving tbe catcher's vision free from interference. The mechanism is of the simplest kind, there being nothing- lo ;re». out. of ordsr. DID YOU EVER Try Electric Bitters as a remedy your troubles? M not, pet a bottle.now anO. got relief. This medicine has been .found to be poculiinrly adapted to tlu. relief and cure of all Female Com plaints, exerting a wonderful direct in flucuce in giving strength nnd tone to the organs. If you have loss of Appe tite, Constipation 1 ', Headache, Fainting Spelfe, or are Nervous, Sleepless, Ex ciitable. Melancholy or troubled wlti Dizzy Spells, Electric Bitters Is th< medicine you need. Health and Strengtl are smaranteed by its use. Fifty cent and ¥1.00 at B. F. Keeping's Dru. Store. ' . Last year's receipts of the Congo Stat were 7,000,000 and the expenditure 8,200,000. Pass the good word along the linn Piles oau be quickly cured without a operation by simply applying DeWltt's Witch Hazel Salve.-Jno. M. Johnston, The Princess Louise'draws from tlm British treasury a modest allowance of f 0,000 per year.. . I Saves many a dollar. Itwilhveai., jix times as long as a liueu cui- !ar and never has to be laundered for it's waterproof. Sa\xs annoyance and discomfort, R!SO. ic never gets limp, never chafes •:iie neck, and -when soiled is quickly and easily cleaned witli a wet cloth or sponge. Every collar is stamped thus-- INTERLINED riif onlv (rcnulno Interlined collars nnd ,,ni!-s ivlili 11 "Celluloid" surface. A.sk.your it*, lur for them, li ho does not sell tl am M-nd direct to us statlne sI-/.0 and M.UO wanted. Collars 20c. each, CulTs lOc. pulr. ' THE CELT.raOID COMPANY, New York. , i> the bn« clnaniwr {or tho.e good*. .' MILWAUKEE EXCURSION. Low Rates Through Chicago via Pcnn- sylvan'hi Linos. Excursion, tickets to JBlwaukee will be sold via Pennsylvania lines .Tuly 14th, ICCh nnd 16tih, account the. li. Y. P. X. mccBling. The low rate will be open to nlT. TictaJhs will be good re- tui-iilng leaving Milwaukee July 20th : 1st, or 22cl., Extension o.£ return limit to Aug.- 5th 'may be secured by depositing tickets with Jota't agent In Milwaukee on or before July 20th. The Pennsylvania Is ;,t-- .>.ruct route to -Milwaukee through Chicago wil-th solid trains to Chtogo Union- Station* without change from principal cities aud towns WJSHING ON WAY, A Uoiorman . SltyH-.-It In Wonderfully Ef- fuctlvo In Love Matter*. .. She was a, very nice looking girl, nnd evidently belonged to what 1 may' bc- called the siniirt set. She was ricling-on a Brig-.litwood car, nnd was well out or. Seventh street road, says the VVashinjr- ton 'Siar, when she spoke to the mo- tormon; ' "I am nearly clyiuR to B* 1 something:," shu rcmurkod. "luid I want to with for it on n load of hny. I wn.s told that if I rode out on this line i could meet any number of wiig-ons full of hay coming to thu city." "ftfjjht you ;irc, miss," iinswered the motonnun. "nnd hi-ru coniu five loadt- down the road. You cnn wish nJI you want now." Jt is presumed that the necessary wisli or wishes were made, for as'soon BS the lo;ids of hay pnssed' the yoiir.if lady got off a.:id took a car back to the city. Then, turning: to the Star writer. tbo rootorman said: "You heard that, didn't you ? Well. sir. I have had n similar experience on this car several tiaies. There are a. certain number of ladiet. young- nnd otherwise, who ride out. with u-s for no other reason than to meet n load of hay. BO that they can wish on it. There "is very little trouble meeting hav wagons on the Seventh stft'oi road, for there is scarcely a trip of a car that we do not meet from one to six,especially in the morning-hours nnd in dry weather. There Is a great dea.! in it. too. My wife tells me 1 she nevet irects a load of hay' without-ma-kinp- a wish. She wished for me bcvforv she' got me. she (old m«. Well, yon sec. she got n prize-, though tli«re never ha.-; been a time since we were married when I have had money enough saved t<- buy a load of hay half the sixe of that the yoiiufr lady wished on. 1 hope her better luck, though. In love maters wishing- on a load of hay is wonderfully effective." HORSE TRADING IS DULL WABBLERS AND in Western. Pennsylvania, Ohio and Indiana'. For rates and time of train apply to nearest Pennsylvania ticket agent. Line Keep Cool by Using THE KELLY Shower Bath RING Hot Water . , . . Proof Hose |2 Express Ad. 25c. • Prevents Wetting Bead' Moor ot Walls. flornlefs Wuter CloseU Send lorCttttlognn Proof Water Closet.'., BeH-ietliW Water Clonei«. KelJJ Stop and Waste.Cock, THOS. KELbY & BROS., No. aoi Madison Street, Chicago. D. & • C. SUMMER SERVICE TO' MACKINAC. Their new steel passenger steamer* are in commission, making lour trips per week between Toledo. Detroit, Macklnnc, Soo, Petoskey,, Duluth. K you arc contemplating a summer outing Bend 2c stamp for Illustrated pamphlet. Address ''•'•. A. A. SCHANTZ, G. T. A. ' Detroit, Mich- . SUNDAY EXCURSION TO" DAYTON VIA PENNSYLVANIA LINES. - July 12th from Logansport, ?2 rouiid trip. Special. train leaves 5 a. m., central time; returning leave Dayton <i p m.- VlaJtors arc permitted the freedom of the Soldiers' Home, the roost delightful • and attractive spot of. .Dayton. Lake Bide Park la also open.: Everything arranged for nypJeosantSunday outing. "Wake up, Jacob, day le breaking!" §o said DcWWt's Ltttle Early Riser to the man who had taken them to arouse his sluggish liver—Jno. M. Johnston. For '.the Indian postal service there are close to 10,000 postofflces, officered by over 15,000 postmasters and clerks, with some 13,000 postmen. . WHEN THE BOWELS ABE'DIS- ORDERED. .-'<,. No time should be lost In resorting-to n suitable remedy; Hostetter's Stomach Bitters is the most reliable and widely esteemed inedlctoe of Its class,' It removes the causes of constipation, or o£ undue relaxation of the Intestines, which are usually indigestion or a misdirection of the bile. When It acts as a. cathartic, 'It does not gripe and violently .evacuate, but produces gradual and natural effects, very miliUe those ot a drastic purgative; a.nd its power of assisting digestion minifies those Irritating conditions of the .mucous membranp of the storaacl>.' and Intestinal caual which produce first diarrhoea, and eventually dysentery.' The medicine is,' moreover, an agreeable one, and ernl-! iieutly pure awl wholesome. Appetite, and tranquil nightly slumber are botlv promoted by it. ••'*• j Small In size, but great In results; DeWltt's Little Early Risers act gently but thoroughly, curing Indigestion, dys- pepsla and constipation. Small pill, safe pill, beet.pin. . ; 'The spirit o( tlie age has struck'Cam- den, Me., where a bicycle lantern was the prize recently awarded the winner iu oW fashioned spelllns-scohol, , : '; • cures, by 1 , H( r _ w . i bjif,'Hood'8 Sarsaparilla, be- caase it makes pure, rich, healthy,: Jlfe and health-giving BLOOD. We are anxious to do a little good In fhls world and can think of no.pleasant- er or better way to do It than by recommending One Minute Cough Cure as a preventive of pneumonia, consumption trad other serious lung troubles .that follow neglected colds.—Jno. M. Johnston. Dr. Olwiuucey Aycr, of Stamford, Of., is the oldest living graduate of Yale medical school. He was a member of the class of 1831, and was born lii 1808 Persons who have a coughing spell every night, on account of a tickling sensation In the throat, may overcome It at once.,by a dose of One Minute Cough Cure.—JDO.M..Johnston. . In'France a \raan- can put. away Ws wife'if she goes on the stage, without his consent;. In'Portugal. if ?he publishes literary 'work -without first asking his permission; .... . P&ee the good-word along the line Piles can be qulckjy cured, -without an operation by simply applying DeTJlttt SCOP?CHERS. Uetwecn r.ho Fust nml tho Un«::il!fal CycIUm Many Acclilonts Occur, Every >lay cyclists tunble'ovtr eacli Other, pick themselves up. mount their wheels ond are oil' affaJn without ffiving the affair a second tboug-bt. Such mishaps, says tbe 'New YorU Sun,are pecvii- iar to tho sport! A new rider is bound to wabble about and lose his head at lh<? most unexpected time, and it is prtevorb- iai thut when trying to steer clear of «n obstruction he is sure torun plump into it. Wh.cn a wabbler meets a scorcher it is said that the safest course is for the . former to make a bee line for the latter, with n determination to wrecking him on the spot. By this means the safety of both riders is assured. Accidents with wobblers are looked upon as inevitable, and all injuries that occur from them which can be repaired by a blacksmith or 'a bottle of arnica are regarded as mere casualties incidental to •wheeling. When a wheelman runs down a wheelman it ia an unavoidable mishap. When a wheelman runs down a wheel- woman it is an unpardonable blunder. When two wheelwomen collide it proves to each' that neither understands her sport, and is not yet educated for the roud. In short, it appears that at present cyclists have almost a monopoljMimong themselves. Wouldn't it be a wise plan, therefore, for them to acquire more skill in dodging each other before attempting to reform hose carriages and humble pedestrians? Some of Great Bdtian's latest gun* will be employed for. the first time dm-; tag the autumn campaign-in the Soudan They cany a highly-explosive shell .tea, miles, ami each shell.Is capable of disabling 200 of the enemy. These guns have such n -rapid fire capacity thnt>>; fore the first shell "bursts three, others are on their way iu the stime direction; CONDENSED TESTIMON>'. ; Chas. B. Hood, Broker ami Mfinufacj- turer's Agent, Columbus, .Ohio,- certifies that Dr. King's New, Discovery has no equal as a Cough, remedy. J. D. Brow.n;, Prop. St. James Hotel, Ft. Wayne, Ind., testied that he was cured of a Cough of two gears' standing, caused .by La Grippe, by Dr. Khi'g's New Discovery. B. P.. Merrill, Baldwins-vi-Ue, Mass., says that he has used awl recommended It and never kueW it to fail and would rather have It-femany doctor, always cures. Mis. Hemming, 222 B. 25th St.. Chicago, always keeps it at-hand.and has no' fear ot Croup., became-it instantly, relieves.'. Free Trial Bottles at B. F KeesUng's Drug Store;,: • .:- A young Indian girl-of the Chippewh tribe was. adopted'when, three yeara:of age by n:Mlehlsnn fanner for the solo purpose af ; satisfying :his hobby Jhat women, If -properly'-'trained, can:-, run faster tliaw'.'nien. . She Is now nineteen yeare,of age, wdghs"ll7 pounds, and coo outrun' any. man with whom, she has ever racetl. •- .;'• • .'..;' '..'• . •;•• '.- FOB OVER FIFTY YEARS, tin. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup ba§ aeen u«ed for over fifty years by millions of mothers for thfc!r children while teething, wltn perfect success, [t'aoothes the child, softens tbe gums, »llays all pain, cures wild colic, and li the best remedy for diarrhoea. It ll relieve the poor-little sufferer Immediately. Sold by druggists In every part of the world. Twenty-five cents t bottle. Be sure and ask for "Mrs. mnslow'B Soothing Syrup," and take no other kind. A royal warrant lias recognized tbe value of shorthand'for army clerks, and Sir Isaac Pitman & Sous- have now, brought but a phonographic military phrase book. ...'.'•:. BUCKLBN'S ARNICA SALVE. : . The best salve In the world Joi cuts, bruises, sores,,ulcers, salt rt-eum, fever lores, tetters, chapped.hnnds. cl'-llblaln^ corns and all skin, eruptions and positively .cures piles or. no pay required: It Is guaranteed to. give perfect satis; faction or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by B. F. Keesllng. : 'Frogs arc the best for the t>bl= In autumn. They are fat and sleek, aud there Is a peculiar and desirable flavor about them at -tint season, not possessed nt any other. CI-MO Drlvei » Gyp»T «» Te»chln« (or a UTCllhpod. . Even" the wandering gypsies feel the influence of tbe popular rage for the bicycle. The head of a gypsy family, camped for some week's ricar New Ilo- chelle, complains that the dxillness of th.e'' horse market, brought about in part by the popularity of the bicycle, has taken from him an important source of income. lie has a few more horses than he needs to drag his great van about the country, nnd it has been his custom for 20 ycnrs.to maJ(c a trade whenever the opportunity offers, but nobody cares to trade.hirs-es any mpre, and he is driven to othrr methods of earning a livelihood. Lucidly for him he has various resources.- Having a fair education, ho undertakes to teach young men mathematics./ penmanship and even telegraphy. He pets pupils, too, young mechanics who wish to learn something- of arithmetic or algebra, nnd occasionally one that has a fancy for learning telcg- raphv. The gypsy finds that his pupils osk questions of him thai they would hardly ask of nn ordinary schoolmaster. They come to him by night, for the most part, nnd as he stays six or eig'ht weeks at a good camping ground he is able to do a pood deal for a willing^ pupil. Meanwhile his wife tells for- tuneb with great success and in spite of the bicycle the family hopes to keep up the romantic life for ninny years to come. TESTS OF ENDURANCE. Mothocls In Vocuo In Africa of Trying Man's FlrncM for Murrl»R«No other country offers such opportunities to those desiring to marry as America. In that respect it ia truly the home of the. free and the land of the brave, not to say the foolhardy. In some countries those matrimonially iuclined have to get the parents' consent, in others the prospective bridegroom Nuis to show thai he can sup- jiort a wife. Uncle Sam throws no such obstacles iu the path of true love. He reco^ni/es every man's rig>ht U> starve a woman if she IB willing:, and provided one can raise the slight fee necessary for the license, there, is nothiiipr to 'hinder him getting- married if he can find a woman of the same mind. In South Africa, says the New Orleans Picayune, the savag-e tribes hove a peculiar ceremony which they put the matrimonial candidate through previous to his entering the holy estate. His hands are tieni up in a bag containing tire nuts for two boors. If ke bears unmoved the torture .of their stings he is considered qualified to cope with the nagg-ing and daily jar and fret of married life. Such a ma.n woulo .make an. admirable husband. He would not be upset by tbe thoughts of a spring 1 bonnet, 'or grow irritable every time the steak was undone. The idea of having a patience trial for those about to marry is a good idea that civilizeil people naig-ht adopt, _ ^ CAVE DWELLERS. The Hannt of th* Hut on. the Colorado River. A party of hunters have just returned to civilization after a trip along- the Colorado river. One of them, Capt Hurd, tells of on interesting- discovery they made. One moruirg- they rose about daylight to take advantage of a long day in which to make a desired excursion. Aa they passed among the timber; on rthe'.steep, and rocky side of a -canyon. -they suddenly came, upon a big dead tree,, every. limb.of whicb-.was literally covered with bata'of varying sizes. There were hundreds and thousands hanging to the wood, . , But as the hunters; watched a curious sig-ht was revealed. ', .There', was n hole in the trunk of the tree,. and one after another the bata released their hold on the limbs ' and • disappeared in it, They moved in with great regularity aud speed,- but more thr.n.nn hour was consumed before all had disappeared. It was evident; to the interested .watch-- ers that there was not-j-oom witliirfthe . tree trunk 'for one-tenth of all the bats which had entered, so thry determined to cut the tree down and discover the secret. When the tree was felled 't Eat This is the complaint ot thousands at this season. They nave no appetite; food does not relish. Theyneedtbctoningupof the stomach and digestive organs; •which* a cwirse of Hood's Samparilla will give them. It also purifies and enriches -the blood, cures that distress alter eating and internal misery only a dyspeptic can know, creates an appetite, overcomes that tired leellrig and builds up and sustains the wnoiephysical systpro. It so promptly and efficiently, relieves dyspeptic symptoms andxjures nervous headaches, that it have almost." a, magic touch." .'...' .'' •'>•'' ' ""•• " ' .. -- Sarsaparilla Is the best—In tact the One Trne Blood PuriBer. • ^... are tbe best altcr-dlnner HOOd'S PtHs pills, aid digestion. 2*. REV. S. P. KI.OTZ, PASTOR U. B. CHURCH. , j It would be hard to convince a man suffering from bilious coUc that.his agony Is due to a miscrobe with an uu- pronouncable name. cave w as found undernentfi, and in this the thousands of bats found refuge by day. A match dropped i.nithe. month of the cave brought. the inmates out in- great numbers.— Philadelphia Press. '..COULD , NOT. PAY .HI.S FARE. the But one dose of DeWltt's Colic and Cholera Cure .will convince him of Its power to afford In•slant relief. It kills paln.-John M;John; .When we consider that the intestines' are aboutfive 'timesas long as .the body, we can realize .the intense suffering. ex- : perleaced when they, become .Inflamed. DeWltt's Colic o nd Cholera. Cure subdues Inflammation.,, at ''onc'evand-. completely removes the «aiffl'cttlty.-Jno. M. iton. : PL IN YOUR SUMMER OUTING NOW-GO TO PICTURESQUE ' MACKINAO VIA THB COAST - '' : -..-'' LINE. ':';'-; . | It only costs $13.50 from Detroit,. $15.50 .from Toledo, $18.00 from Cleve- latid for the round trip,.,- Including, meals and .berths. One thousands Smiles of lake ride on, new modern steel steamers for the above rates. -Send 2p for .illustrated pamphlet. Address .•"-x- 1 : '.•V-'-A-.'A.'SOHAOTZ,.'Cf..P;'A.....;.' ' rft,'MJcb..' Itothicblld ;_W«^ •• Once ,,PI»««<1::, •' Mcrcj, o/.an OmnHfO* Driver. ( . ' : "^a"rbn"Eotii3chiid was once caught in ; d'predicamen ! f thattmany'peo'ple experience : 'daily, and that ; is getting' ioto a [conveyance of>ome Wncl wid-thcn not •having the:money,t!0 pay .the fans.' ; The .drJvcr, of the omnibus info whicb.Koths- child cntere,d,,says.Harpar's^oundTa- 'ble,"demanded"hls. fare; and'the,baron, feeling in his pockets', discovered that he bad no change. Tbe driver was very angry. "What did you pet in it for if you had no money?" "I ..o.m .Baron Rothschild," ^exclaimeS •tli.e.-prcat capitalist, "and here -is my-card:" The driver scornfully tossed the card nwoy. "Xever heard of you before."-said lie., "and don't want to hear of you again. What I want is your fare." The banker was in great liaste.' "Look here. I've an order for a million." he said: "give me the change." And he proffered a coupon for that amount.. The driver stored and tho passengers laughed. Fortunately-1 friend of the baron entered the omnibus nt tbe moment, ond, taking in the situation, immediately, paid the fare. The driver, renlr/.infr.his mistake and.. feeling remorseful,'said to"'the boron:' "If yon .want ten francs, sir. I don't mind lending them to yon on my own account." i "Th«- D*wf»ll In 'Drltaln. Wells estimates the total-annual clc- poiil ofjdewioh' £he':British, isles^b'erJ Ing in the neighborhood of'five inches, or • about •pncrseventh13 oft,. the ;-,tota. •amount'of. moisture received from the .atmosphere.^ Th.i». weans .SS.I61.33V, =3S5'tbn«:of xlew aVyear, reclconlngr the- ton at. 252 imperial gallons. . . wawnoo, ind.. Sept. 8.189C. Pepsin Syrup Co.: Dear Sir:—I have been afflicted over twenty years with dyspepsia or sour stomach. 1 have tried different remedies without much benefit Finally 1 bought a 10-cent bottle of Syrup Pepsin and found that It be.nefitted me. Iam convinced that it will do what It Is recommended when taken according to'directions. I have taken nearly one bottle and feel li*e a different person. S. P. KLOTZ. For sale by B. F. Keesllng. Graham & Morton TRANSPORTATION, CO. TWICE DAILY STEAMERS TO CHIv CAGO. CONNECTING WITH THE VANDAL!A RAIL- WAX AT ST. JOSEPH. Beginning May 25th and continuing, tntll about Sept. 30th the. steamers or ihls line will make two trips each way dally between St. Joseph and Chicago, *n the following schedule: ... Leave St. Joseph at 4:30 .p.BK.'and 10:30 p. m., dally. Including: Sunday. Leave Chicago at 9:30 a. nvanrt'llSO p. m., daily, Including Sunday: ' Extra trips on Saturday leave St. Joseph at * ». m., and leave Chicago at. 2 p. ni. Running time across lake 4 hours. Trl-weekly steamers to Milwaukee, leaving St. Joseph Monday, Wednesday uid Friday evenings. : ; The equipment of this line Includes, ine side wheel steamers City of Chicago \nd City of Milwaukee (the largest and dnest west of Detroit)," and'the newly febullt propellecJ'GJty; /of ; Louisville. Service" first-class. CphnecJloM with all fandalla trains. .Tickets on sale at all Fandalia Line staUons. Chicago dock "'not of Wabash-a venue.' J. H. GRAHAM, Pres., Benton Harbor; Mich. The COASTLINE to MACKINAC MACKINAC DETROIT PETOSKEY CHICAGO^ 2 New Steel Passenger Steamer? n yctttUlMdlnBofl is Eqnlpt««»t, Art«tM •ad^eektent SonlM SAFETY, r-ouii T«IM rat Wt« Btrwetii Toledo, Detroit/Mackinac ''THE «oo.» I |IJ ' 80 ' EVERV EVEWWa Between Detrd EVERY tm Witch Hazel Salve:-^TnaM:

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