Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on July 21, 1896 · Page 2
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 2

Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, July 21, 1896
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Gladness Comes W ith a better understanding of the transient nature of the many phys- lemlills, which vanish before proper uf- lorts— gentle enVrts—pleasu ni efforts— riirhtly directed. There is comfort in the knowledge, that so many forms cl •Icknessiirenotiliu; to any actual clis- M»e, but simply to a constipated cone/Won of the system, which the plcas:n^ family laxative, Syrup of 1-igs. iircmpt- lj removes. That is wliy it is the only remedy with millionsof families. a:.ii is •»erywhcru esteemed so higl-ly by till -Who value good bealtli. Its heiicf'eml •ffects are due to the fact, that it is the One remedy which promotes internal Cleanliness withnnt. dubililat -.ig tin; organs on which it acts. H is therefore .•if important, in order to pet- its bi.'iu'- effects, to note when y^u p»r- - , 4hasc, that you bavo tlie g-nuinc :irti- ^e which is manufactured by uie. C.uli- fcrnia Fig Sviiip Co. only and sol., by »11 reputable druggists. If in the enjoyment of good health, •Bd the system is regular, laxatives or «thcr remedies are then not needed. *f •fllctcd \vith any actual disease, otic •ay be commcndwl tn-tho most skillful ikysicians, but if in need of a laxative, one should have the best, and with the well-informed everywhere, Syrup of Ito stands highest and is most largely •Med and frives most general satisfaction. Keep Cool by Using THE KELLY Show Bail RING Hot Water . , . . Proof Hose J3 Kxpifss iel, 25c. Prevents WnlliiK Kt-a<l >'loot or Walls. \ ~ ~~^S=^~~ He-mltts Wnttr Closets. ~.'-^.Cf" Seid tor Catftlotaio fnst fiool Witter Closets. Felt-Acting Water Closets, Kelly Ste>i> and Waste Cock. THOS. KELLY & BROS., No. 30i Madison Street, Chicago. FIRST GRAND EXCURSION --TO- NIAGARA FALLS AND TORONTO, Wednesday, July 22nd. "BIG FOUR" ROUTE. The popularity ot men* excursions bus been greater «icii nucc^dlnKsmnm-r. The wonders Of the "Kails" nev<r cease 0 .r patrons In lorm- ei jeaw k-iow the excellent quality ol these "ilg Jour" excuMUns. us thl- II16 Is thi Ulrect natural route to t-ho -Kails" vlu ntitliiloand the accommodations fuperb -solid wain" ot Elegant Coaches and Parlor Cars run thrnas!i without change..and Wagner SteopHw.Car icconmoda tlon« provided t-r uli. . »or tu 1 parttcalars, rates, time .OL special trains, etc., mil on or address nearest ageiit BIO FOUR ROUTE. E. O. McCormlck, D. B. Martin. Pass. Trafllc Slgr. Cenl. Pass, & Ticket Agt FOR THE BLOOD, NERVES, LIVER _AND—. KIDNEYS. 4 B. B. B. B. cured me of a bad case of La Grippe and Lung Trouble. EDWARD L. PEBDINE, 1122 E. Jackson St., Muncie, Indiana. 4 B B B B are purely vegetable. Tut up in capsules, sixty in a box. Thirty days' treatment in a .box, Price »1 per box, or six for $5. Manufactured by H. C. BRACK], Connersvllle, Ind. Por sale by,all druggists. —-FOlt BALK T1Y ]!. F. KKESUNG, Di-UKgrist. D. & C. SUMMER SERVICE TO MACKINAC. Tbcir new steel passenger steamers •re In commission, making four trips per week between Toledo, Detroit, Macklnae, Soo, Petoskey, Pulutn, If you are contemplating a summer outing •end 2c stamp for Illustrated pamphlet, txldress A. A. SCHANTZ, G. I>. A. Detroit, Mlcb. AMUSING STREET SCRAP. )a-f unil .Mnniroy Iinciiir«ll '» " Vl«loa» iiml Dt-UTinliK-il I-'lslit. A sfore or more of people a I. Muncie, ml., were llu: iiivolunlJir.V witncsaos o£ me. of the funniest C.ghls to a finish inaginabif. A monkey belonging to in Italian escaped from its eonllnement fc\va.s iinibliiiiT aloiig the st rect. when t was uMarked by n. largeyellowelogol ....ugrnl breed. For several seconds here was such a hline'ling rush of dnut hat the spectators coui;l se-areely soe vluit. was ahead, hut finally the monkey n-oke away and se.aJed up :i pole close at hand, whi'le th« dna- rstalilishcd himself lit the foot and briyed loud and ingrily. The monkey chattered in several clia- eets. running up and down, and all the ime keeping a wary eye on its enemy. YOTIt PALATE IS YOUR STOMACH'S CONSCIENCE. - THE DOG HOWLED. Finally it begun to slowly slide down the pole, --Mid, coming within range, it bounded plump on the clog's brick, and, with teeth mid claw, made the. hair lly. I'he do:,- jumped and howled tmd shook himself, t.he urowfl yelling itself hoarse shouting: "Go it, Tigo," "Hold to him, Monk." The elog finally flopped over on its bock, dislodging Hie uionko-y, which again bounded up the pole. • I'.y this time the dog was erax.ed with rage and puin, and it made-herculean cf- lorts to reach its_ chatU'riug enemy, who again brought into play the same tactics ns before. A second time it andcd fquartly on the dog's back, and here was a repetition in which teeth tnd el'iws plnyed a lending role. This round resulted in a.complete victory for the "monk," the dog eventually Tmlorsing: his enemy by rolling over, and »cn bounding to his feet, and running away as fast.os.hts legs could carry him. Thc'mrnkcy chased him for n few yards ind then returned to the pole satisfied with results. Intnntnoe Item. 'Your accident policy has about run out. Don't you want to renew it?" "Not with your company. I've it- surt'd with ytnir company for five years and never mot with nn accident yet. I im goi ng to try some other company f01 change."—Texas R:.fter. >—Jf?n !N'evis,'4.<M>u Teet, Is one ot tne highest, oh'vat.'nns in ^eotlA'nd. Sirs. Ehodle Noah, of this place, was token in tlie night wHh cramping pains md the uoxt day diarrhoea set in. She tool; half a bottle of blackberry cordial but got no relief. She then sent to me to see if I bad anything that would help her. 1 sent lier a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and tlie first dose relieved her. Another of our neighbors had been sick for about a week and had tried different remedies for diarrhoea but kept getting worse. I sent him this .same remedy. Only four doses of It .were required to cure him. He says he owe*, his recovery to this wonderful remedy. —Mrs. Mary Sibley, Sidney, Mlcb. For sale'by B. F. Keesling, druggist. Charlie I'-iwlge, of Muncie, and Miss Anna Martin wore married at Mount Vertion, 0. We are anxious to do a little good In this world and can think of no pleasanter or better way to do It than by recommending One Minute Cough Cure aa a preventive of pneumonia, consumption and other serious lung troubles that follow neglected colds.—Jno. M. Johnston Yiiur Sto.;il;n:li Knows What Is Good Ken 1 Von. Thin people an 1 thin !><v:»ive the food rlii'.v ea; is not jihsorlii-d. Kciisons, n!l!i t i|' wri'iig I'u'.id, <:i: rteht food undi- gi-su-ii. !-\il. oils and KTI':I,"I.' will not make any uni 1 f.-U. This i* because they an; liuligcslihl" Thin in'opk 1 tlnd it hard T rhi'lr fiv.n!. l-'airy funds nuike Samuel I). Baker, a. merchant tailor, of Hiiiiliugtou, is dead. He was n 32d dc^H'f.- Mason. Persons who nave a coughing opell every night, on account of a tickling sensation In the throat, may overcome It at once by a dose of One Minute Cough Cure.—Jno. M. Johnston. Ituv. Edward I;. Scott, of Frodoma, Midi,, and Miss Tona Frank, of Elkhart wore married. "Wake up, Jacob, day Is breaking!" 10 said DeWitt's Little Early Riser to the man wno tmd taken them to arouse b!s sluggish liver.—Jno. M. Johnston. OOD'tt Sarsaparilla has over and over again proved by its cures, TThen.all other preparatlon8;failed,tiiat Mrs. Jonathan R. Jtather, agod GO, prornluonl- in church circles at Elkhart, died on her Mrthday. Small In size, but great in results. DeWltt's Little Early Risers act gently but thoroughly, curing Indigestion, dyspepsia and constipation. Small pill, safe pill, best pill. •Jeorge Fisher, 20 years of age, fell from a !-...!.d of hay upon a pitchfork at Swanvllle and was killed. Pass the good word along the line. Piles can be quickly cured without im to d'w li still ]I:iV .. vim cvi-r iiotK-i:il that almost: oxiTinUni. I' 1 '"' l' !lle - dysiK'i>'Jc, filiai'Di.'c pL'uph' have an avi-rsion to fiit? Till. 1 * i« "f ilse-if prauf cnuui;!!. that such t'ond.s air (mil feu- ihi'iu, Let .vniir palate :<-U you wliat to eat. Nature niakos very I'ew mistaken and we shiuiM listen to 'wkit slio <>ays. Thin jieople may becotne f:\rtcr. and dvspiM"'*'" "ion 1 coint'orijible by takl-n^ t.lio Sliiikor Digiwlive Cordinl. It iigivivi willi flu? weakest ,?fomach. It. lielps I ho weak stomach digest other t'ruiil. It is I'aitening and invigorating Hi itself, fur it. Ciniiaitis a-rtilU-ially di- giSted food. The -Mini.nt I.ebano.n Shakers havu made a great majiy inii-riistlnji dtecov- crioi \virhin the pasl hundred years, but. iinnc iii.nv Important than this ijigoni- ons c-iii'o I'or all diseases whic-h are trawabli' to faulty digestion. A single H) cent bortlo will toll whwhcr'it is adapted to your ease, a.nd ean lie had through a.ny drugaist. iiit.r'ii'!! Allen, of Kinsman, a.ll:e:upt- ( >il t.i ...... r-f.er !•'.* wife and took a few slmts a i .T. K. Trgardi-n, a CTtJy.cn who iitferlVrcil. Tlie wouum received the l-tillef iint 'vill roeuvor. TWO LIVES SAVED. Mrs. riibehc Tliojiias. oC Junction Cin-,Ill..wan told liy her doctui-s she had eoiwuiuprton and ihMt tihcre wa^ no hops for hor, hut two Imttlos of Dr. King's Xow Dlswvery completely cured her. and she sa.vs it saved her life. Mr. TJios. EggWM. l-'W Florida St., Run 1^1'a.nclsco. suffered from .1. drentlfi.il cold. apprc«ichin« consumption, tried without result every thins else Uion Iwuglil. one iKittlo of Dr. King's >"e\v DtecovwY nnd in two week? was cured. He Is iwturally thankful. It is such results, of which thwo are «i.mplcs, that prove MK- womlert'iiJ results, of which these are siituples. that prove tlie wonderful eim-acr of tills rr v ndlchie in coiiKhs ami colds. Free trliH"bottles at B: F. Keesliiug'f! drus store. Regular oive nOc and if 1.00. Ahr.ci' Tiines. marshal of Cayugi 1 ., while ii-yiag lo nrru'St. Alfred Civm»t>jii. a linitikeii rufll.in was shot and killed. Th<; 'mnrdnrc.r e.<ea.ppd liy swimming llni Wabash rliver. OLD PEOPLE. Old people who'require medicine to regulate the. bowels and kidneys will Had the truu remedy in Electric Bitters. This medicine does not stlmuln-tu and cou-tal-ns no whiskey iwr o.Uier intoxi- cn-nfs, but ads as a tonic and alterative. It acts mildly on the stomach and bow- ols, adding strength and giving tone to the organs, fhereby aiding luiture !n tht por.formnnce of the functions. Electric Bitters fe an excellent.appelb.er and aids digwtion. Old People find It just exncHy wliat they need. Price fifty mitt* and ?3.00 per bottle a,t B. F. Kocs- liug's drug store. PLAN YOUR SUMMER OUTING NOW-GO TO PICTURESQUE * MACKINAC VIA THH COAST LINE. It only costs $13.50 from Detroit, 115.50 from Toledo, $18.00 from Cleveland for the round trip, Including meals and berths. One thousands miles of lake ride on new modern steel gteamers for the above rates. Semd 2c for Illustrated pamphlet. Address A. A. SCHANTZ, G, P. A. Detroit, Mich. Last summer one of our graudcbll- TO BUILD A NEW TOMB. Rf,»tiii|f i'lni-0 of JI»rrl8i>n - » Grundfatner to lie Ktpulrud. William Henry Harrison's tomb ui North Bond was visited the other dr.y 1-w ex-President Harrison and Mrs. jfarrison. Gen. Harrison remained ct t.lic tomb fnlJy an hour, noting carefully the location and its ruinov.s condi- i'ion. It, is his intention to erect a. suitable toirth rjvor <h;: present one, and he will probably plaec *,he matter in th; hsnds of a contractor. It was at first decided to en-ft a monument., but it is •i.iid tho erection of a magnificent marble tomb met. with more favor at tho hands of vlac ex-pn-sirle.nt. No-t only th« i-e:ni:iiiiR of WiHiaiu Henry lie in the tomb, hut sii-wral other iiiemhers of t.he jCirri.son fiimily. Thf IKMV jonib. it is said, will bconi'arsxd and made the per- jict'ia.l resting phu-e Tor thi- Tfarrisnn^. Without doubt no moro appropriate or beautiful spot co'.iJd ho found in tlv.> Unit-eel States. The tomb res-Is at the very pin uncle of K mound overlooking the' Ohio. Standing at- the grave, on'.-, e-j-.n see far up the river, with the grassy hills and dales on i-ithcr side, while fav below i;i t.he valley may be seen .tin; si niggling men in t.he coal furnnee-snn.1 the quiet, little 'honilet of Xeirth Bi'i'rt. .7list, down the river is the old TTarrisou homes tend, where the i-xrpresidenr, when a mere hr;l, spent his boyhood cl.-;ye. ^Ylien the new tomb will ha-vo been Unished it may easily be seen fi-oai the r.altimore &. Ohio ar.d the Big Four 'i-!iilro:i'.l. both of whioh pass wit.hii; a stone's throw of tlu-grave. dren was sick with a severe bowel trouble Our doctor's remedies had failed, then we tried Chamberlain's "Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, which gave very speedy relief. We regard it as -the best medicine ever put on the market for bowel complaints—Mrs. E. G-- Gregory, Frederlckstown, Mo. This certainly is the best medicine ever put on fhe market, for dysentery, summer complaint, colic and cholera Infan- tum in children. It never fails to give prompt relief when used In reasonable time and the plain printed directions are followed. .Many mothers have expressed their sincere gratitude for the cures it has effected. For sale by B. F; Keosling, druggist. .Tosop!) Cui-rad has, been convicted at. Lebanon of a.tt'raiirtlng to murder John Mam, aud sentenced to two years in ITlSOU. PRIVATE MARKS ON A BICYCLE. nun to lll(lt) TliBiii from Vhfl Kj-es ot Thieve*. A siui]ilt; device for ';oncea!ing a private murk on one's wheel is sngges'.cd hv Join: ]).'Car roll, chief '.k'teet.ivo of a wheelmen's ;nsur.-inee coi;jpany. ID 1-h'j e--ein. uf i.iic loss of a wheel the idi-u- icsdion of suuh a mark, known only to UK: i-idoi-.isinilispiitablc proof of owncr- siiiu. .Mr. Carroll's plai! if ibat every owner of a bie.y.'le shoulel have a private mark ui.ioj.1 iiis wheel, but so coneseaJed that the closest scrutiny by one w.ho does nut luiow il- will fail to discover it. Instead of a mark upon the Siuldle or saddle post, wjicix-ii-'tlue-f would naturally look for it. li» sugges-ls that, a portion of Ihf mi!Li:icia-bfiiiG one ioclistiuare lie scraped from i.he fraine of the machine. After all trace o. r the enamel has been removed upply a, coating of greyise, iu;d with a pointec: ]jiece of stool dipjied in ea.vbolio ucid drav.- the initials or private n-.ark through the grease. The acid follow? the marking of the steel point, -vbile tho grease keeps it from spreading. After (illov.'ing the acid toeatinto1.be tubing the grease can be rubljed oft ar.d the ijiiirk or initial shows us plainly as if cut, into t.he steel framework. One coat of ennmel wiil completely hide all trace ot the mark. Should any question ns to the ownership of the wheel arise the owner could hy simply scratching riff, tihe enamel which covered his mark 'nt once prove his e.laim. A YEAR WITHOUT FOOD. WHEREVER MALARIA EXISTS The WJions are its certain prey. In iu- terniittettt ami remittent lever, dunib- a.gue aud apue cake, the liver is always riottsly affected, and the blood contaminated with bile. Oue of the chief reasons why Hostettor's Stomach Bitters is such a sure defense against chills and fever and every form of .malarial disease, is', r,lm,t it does away with liability to the disease, by reforming irrcg- ivlarltly of the biliary organ la advance of the arrival of 'the season when thc- dlseasc is prevalent. Tlicre is no vis-il- ins or emigrating to a locality where no miasma, taint exists. There te no c-wtaiiu immunity from disease in an •an<loinlc or epidemic form, to be- .secured by the use of the average tonics ami auiti-spasniodiics. But where eiui- nlnc fails the Bitters succeeds both In preventing and curing. .Moreover, it re- rnovcw every vestige ot dyspepsia,, and overcomes consttpntiion.i'heuinatism, inactivity of fhe kidneys and bladder, and tranquHiites and strengthens the nervous, system. Frankltta Porter and Edgar Hnrkucss, members of the C-ood Citizens' league at 1C! re Haute, were badly beaten by saloon keeper because they insisted up- iM giving. evidence i.n liquor, cases. we consider that the Intestines are about five times as long as the body, we can realize the Intense suffering experienced when they become Inflamed. DeWKt's Colic and Cholera Cure subdues Inflammation at once and rom- pletely removes the difficulty.— Jno. M. Johnston. • George CradiiiK of Gravel*™, con fessod on his death-bed to rhe murder of ,7o.hu- D. Farnheinv. -The immter wa.« committed ton ye.-us ago and has always been a ivo>;i«ry. • BUCKLBN'S ARNICA SALVE. The best salve In the.world>oi cuts, bruises,, fores, ulcers, salt rbeum, fever lores, .tetters, chapped hands, chilblains corns and.all skin eruptions and positively cures piles or no pay required. It to'guaranteed M give perfect .satisfaction .br-.TOoaey; irefunded.:::Prlce:;:26 '" It would be hard to convince a man •ufferlng from billons colic that his »gony Is due to a mlscrobe with an uu- pronouncable nnrne. But one dose of DeWltt's Colic and Cholera Cure will convince him of Its power to afford In- »tant relief. It kills paln.—Tohn M.John- •ton. •Frank Shelly, employed in one of &•-• Brazil Block coal company's mines, was crashed 10 death by a heavy fall of slate. Pass the good word along the line. Remarkablo Fasting of a Battle Croek (Mich..) Woman. Tlinni;l> ift-y Vcar.s Ol«l. Ilcr Peculiar CuiKllLlon Gives Heir tlie Ap- unci! of :i Hcnltliy Woman of Thirty. A wonderful' ease of fasting exists in Battle Creek, Mich. Mrs. Henry Ingram has not. ta.~1.ed of food sinei; February IS. On that.day she weighed 210 [)0inicls; she unw is reduced to 130 pounds. This is nnt Mrs. Ingrain's first fast. On a fin'nic-r ocoiisioti she went nil:; days without food, Her case lias bilflled all the pliysithins in this city, and no loss-- than IT! specialisUs from other cities have uiterly fulled to comprehend H. HIT story, as told to a New York Herald correspondent,, is as follows: On October 11, TS80. Mrs. Ingram visited a dentist, and bad a wisdom tooth drawn. As she stepped from the chair she fell to UK- floor, faiming. She was placed on :i conch and given u glass of water, but instead of relieving her the water increased her agony :uid caused violent vomiting. After several hours' ineffectual work by physicians lo overcome the involuntary vomiting. she wiis taken to her home in a carriage and placed in bed. Six years elapsed before Mrs. Ingram could walk. For 302 days she did not partake of n particle of food, awl only at long intervals would she swallow a mouthful of water. The water, after remaining in her stomach for a short time, would be thrown. up, its temperature unchanged. During the entire 302 days sTic. not only had no desire for food, but. the smell of food or even the thought of rating would produce vomiting. There was always a sense of fullness in her stomach, 'as if she had just eaten a hearty dinner. No nourishment of any kind wa.s taken except what may have been in the medicine which was occasionally administered by hypodermic injections into her limbs. She thought on the 362d day if she had sonic strawberries she might eat them. It was in October, and out of HEKBY IKGRAM. the berry season, but a few choice canned ones were given her, which she ate with great relish. Physicians and ^specialists who visited her during her first period o'f fasting differed as to the causes producing her condition. The majority of Uiem were of theopinion that it was produced by paralysis of the stomach and bowels, "Mrs. Ingram's present sickness or trouble come upon her ns suddenly as did the first attack. She was at her home, Tebruray IS, feeling perfectly well, when a sudden faintncss overcame her. She was placed in an easy chair, and Dr. Cuggan summoned at. once. A feeling of nUisea followed. Then came vomiting, retelling, and sharp pains in the head. Her present case is an exact repetition, of the'one- of 15 years ngo. Sbe'never -is without a severe pain In some portion of her body. She has lately had her head packed in ice for ten days onciccountof the excruciating pains. Mrs. Ingram has been a robust, portly woman,-of strong intellectual powers, and believing,.that her mind can assist her greatly in performing a cure, has at limes tried to think of something palatable;, some sweet morsel that she remembered of years-ogo,'in the hope thatadesire might be created for food; but this line of "thought nearly always ends in a distressing spasm of vomiting. A great many persons call to see her every day, and lier many friends and -relatives are especially kind to her. She has a brother and sister living here. Her husband: conducts an express and baggage business. Mrs. In gram's maiden name was >el- ly Dunn." She was born SO years ago. near Toronto. Ont, She came here with her parents when a young girl. She was married .to Henry Ingram 30 years ago June 15. They have had four children, three boys aivr] one girl. Xone of Mrs. Ingram's brothers, sisters, or other relatives has had any such experience as she is now undergoing. The family have all been exceptionally well and strong. Her father died at the age of S4 years, and was r.cvcr sick but four days. One would not believe, to look at "Mrs. Ingram now. in her bed. that she could have been confined there for four months. Grabbed by » Monster Turtle. Bev, \V.' A. TaJcott, a prominent minister of Kockford, 111., had a narrow escape from the jaws of u mammoth sea turtle at Pittsburgh. Pa. About daylight, Mr. Talcott arrived on a train going west. As nil through trains stop 20 minutes, he alighted on the uuion station platform.. Tlie electric lights had been turned off and a heavy Pittsburgh fog hung over the city: : While enjoying the fresh morning mist, which made it impossible to see clearly, he sat down or leaned on an express truck, on which be noticed what he supposed were several riinil'pouches. : He felt a tug at.bi* coat tail, and putting .his. hand behind him to feel the cause .of it touched •omethinff clammy. He jumped away, leaving a large piece of cloth in the viselike jaws of a sea turtle, which had recently been unloaded. Had the big. erl Cures "Cures talk "in favor H^M • • of Hood's Sarsuparilla, • y^ I mf as for no other raedi- • **• •» cine. Its great cures recorded in truthful, convincing language of grateful men and women, constitute its most effective advertising. Many of these cures are marvelous. They have won the confidence ot the people; have given Hood's Sarsaparilla the largest sales in the world, and have made necessary for its manufacture the greatest laboratory on earth. Hood's Sarsaparillais known by the cures it has made—cures of scrofula, salt rheum and eczema, cures of rheumatism, neuralgia and weak nerves, cures of dyspepsia, liver troubles, catarrh—cures which prove Hood's Sarsaparilla Is the best—in fact the One True Blood PuriMr. ,. r-i.ii «" re Iivcr His; easy to H<X>d S PlllS take, easy to operate. 25c. A SHORT JOURNEY TO CALIFORNIA IN FIRST CLASS STVLE The Southern Pacific Co "SUNSET LIMITED" TRAIN. Over the Sunset Route-New Orleans to Los Angeles and San Francisco. Was discontinued April IGtb. The iQperlor accommodations given the ireat number of patrons of the above r»ln during the past tourist season, ifjirranta tbr: announcement of plana .'•r next season of finer service with njulpment superior to anything yet tnown in transcontinental traffic. Look for earl? re-inauguration of •SUNSET LIMITED" this fall. For Home Seekers. The Southern Pacific O. "Sunset ionte" in connection with the "Queen uid Crescent Route" are rurnlng the )nly line of through tourist Pullman Weepers leaving Cincinnati every Thnrsday evening for Los Angeles and ten Francisco. These excursions are specially eon- lucted, and the object Is to enable those who do not care to buy the first-class •ound trip or one way tickets, to enjoy 4 comfortable ride with sleeping car privileges and no change of cars at lie »«ry low second-class rate. For further Information, addreei V>9. CONNOR, Commercial Agt. 9. P. •to., Cincinnati, O. W. G. NEIMYER. G. W. Agt. 8. P. to., Chicago. 111. S. F. MORSE. G. P. & T. Aft. S. P. •to.. New Orleans, La. Graham &Mortoii TRANSPORTATION CO. CWICE DAILY STEAMEBS TO CHICAGO, CONNECTING WITH THE VANDALIA KAIL- WAY AT ST. JOSEPH. Beginning May 25th and continuing •ntll about Sept. 30th the steamers ot this line will make two trips each -way cUlly between St Joseph and Chicago, •n the following schedule: Leave St. Joseph at 4:30 p. m. and 10:30 p. m., dally, including Sunday. Leave Chicago at 9:30 a. m. and 11:30 p. m., dally, including Sunday. Ertra trips on Saturday leave St. Joseph at I a. m., and leave Chicago at 2 p. m. Bonnlng time .across lake 4 Lours. Trl-weekly ' steamers to Milwaukee, leaving St Joseph Monday, Wednesday ind Friday evenings. The equipment of this line Includes ihe side wheel steamers City of Chicago »n<J City of Milwaukee (the largest and Inest west of Detroit), and the newly, rebuilt propeller City of Louisville. 'Service first-class. Connections with all Tandalla trains. Tickets on sale at all fandalla Line stations. Chicago dock toot of Wabash avenue. J. H. GRAHAM, Pres., Benton Harbor, Mich. Going For A Lake Trip? You'll fully, en joy all If you takeone o: tne o£it«dcllt;ht.. •AKE niCHIGAN AND LAKE SUPERIOR TRANSPORTATION CD'S -LEGANT STEAMSHIPS; Sailings between Chlcar> •nd 1 M«elfln«s [stand four tlm«« every week. : The new steel steamship ,"»«»».•• Is oar n rcodlnB matter, free, or r nearest ' Jot. •. '

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