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Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, December 22, 1897
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•'-m Route, ia Limited. Arrangements have been perfected for a line of Semi-weekly Pullman Vestibuled, Double Drawing Room, aod Sleeping Gars between St. Louis and Lo sAngcles, tal., running through without change. Tfcese cars will leave St. Louis every Wednesday and Saturday n'ight at 9 :00 p, m., arriving at Los Angl'.'s, Saturdays and Tuesdays at 5:50 p. ni. A Buffet Smoking Car and Dinning Car are at- Uched to this train at Kansas City, running through to Pacific Coast without change. Only three days from Logansport to Los Angeles, via this line. For berth reservations etc., call on or address WJ.BASBR.R, LouBDBporL, Ind. Do KOD Love If s«. secure O".e of the latest and prettiest Hwo-8tepBof tie day. by mailing Ten Cents (•fiver or stamps) to cover mailing and postage, to the undersigned for a copy uf the BIG FOUR TWO-STEP (Mark envelope "Two Step.) We are giving this music, which is regular •f»y-oent she-t music, at this exceedingly low Mrte, for the purpose of advertising, und test- tat the value of the different papers as adver- ttaiBg mediums. B. 0. McCormiok, Passenger iMJBc Manager, "Big Four Houte." Cmoln- »»U, O. Mention tbi» paper when you write. ASK THEM, If You want Information About Home-Seekers' Excursion. Ticket Agents ot the Pennsylvania Lines will furnish information regarding Home- Ueekers'Excursions to various points In the Northwest, West, Southwest and South. It will pay to investigate K you contemplate a trip. Apply to nearest Pennsylvania Line Ticket Agent, or address W. W. .Richardson District Pasiei per A^ent Indlanapolis.Ind Statloo. SfinsOlvania8s Tralnc Bun by Central AR renown : DMlr. OHTOAOO DTVIglOS DAILY. Leave lor ChiOB(ro«S:05 a m:'«:00 a m;*l :35 p m *2:OOpm;"4:SOp m. Arrive from Chicago «12:30 a m;*12:80 pm;*l:00 p m: *1:40 p m; *8:15 p m. BRADFORD AND COLUMBUS. LBBTeforBradford*l:10a m;t7:40am: '1:45 pin- t4:80pm. Arrive from Bradford »2:45am: tlO:20 am; •1:20 p m;t4:16pnj. BFFNKR DIVISION. Lea-re for Bttner t8:15 » m; f9:0e a m- 12:06 p m 5 p in Sunday only. AnlvetromKffner-'7:3Bam; *12:5D p m: 12:46 D m: 8:30 a m Sunday only. RICHMOND AKB CINOIHSATI. te*ve for Richmond -U2.-55 «m: tS:30 a m; *1:05 pm;-f2;20pm. ArriTe from Richmond *2:80am: -tU'-OOa •1:60 p ra;tlO:50pm. INDIANAPOLIS AND LOUISVim. Leave for Louisville I2:45am;«l:l0pm. Arrive from Coulnvllle *2:40 a m; *1:55 p m. J. A. McCtTLLOUGH, Agent, Lograagport. Ind. LOOAHBPOKT NO. *ABT >OUXD. 2 Eastern Express dally »:3S a m f Mail and Express dally 8:4* a n 4 Atlantic Express daily 4:1SD m It Fort Wayne A ceo Ex Sunday— 6:3S p m 7* Local Freight Ex Sunday 4-.1S p 3 Western Express dally — I FttstMail Daily- _..., 7 Midland Expressdally 5 Pacific Express daily 11 Decatur Acoo Ex-Sundnv 75 Local Freight Kx-Sunday — ML KTTIB DIYIilON, W«8TgID». LOOAXaPORT AHD ORTU, WIST IOOKD. .....Arrive*...— —.Arrives...— ~ «X8T BOOBC ...Leave*. — ......Leaves ..10:24 p m ... !>:1S p m ... 2:40 p m ...11:S3 a m .. 7:35 a m ... 7:S5 a m axiwiBN . — HO.H Ho. M ffo. H 8:30 a. c .3:30 p. K J»:06*. n .8:45 p. D/AN DAL! A LINE. Time Ttiblo, In effect Dec o, 18S7. Leave JLoc<ui«<]>ort, Indiana. FOR THE NORTH NO. 6 _______ ..................... - .......... — 10:35 s. ra. NO. 8 .............................. — ............... S:!io p. in, FOR THE SOUTH. »;«. 21 ................. . ........... ..... -... ..... -7:05 a. m. No. 3 ...................... - .................... i:lS p. m. Jfor complete Time Card. jrMng all trains and cations, and for full Information as to »tea, through cars, etc,, address j. C, XooairOBiR, apont. Logansport, or V 4.. FORD, General Passenger Agent, ^t. Lou!J. Mo. . R. & W. Time lable, Peru, Ind. Solid trains between Peortt. and Siuxdusky and Indianapolis and Michigan. Direct connections to and from all potoM in toe United ttate« and Canada. 8OTITH BOUND DIPABT NO il Indianapolis £rp dally 7:10 a m il£ Mail*ExpJl:38am (d«J:y except Sunday) No » Indpl'S Rxp «x Sun.,.^ 3:25 p m •:!• p m No •» Passenger exeept Sun No IM Rochester local arrive :45pm exocpt Sunday, NORTH BOUND. •••»»» Ho » Mall *BbrpKxSuu. „.) ^jOpntNoSaMlohi^ranCitydauT', 4;»pm «-S»pm Mo M Detroit Brp to Sua Ho 140 AC-CO™ exoept Sun... f;45 a m -DoM not run north ot Pern on Sunday. to ' "" •oJ THR First National Bank Loffftnuport, Indiana. CAPITAL $250,000 A.. J. MTJEDOG% PRESIDENT, W. W. ROSS, CASHIEB, J. F. BROOKMETER, ASST. CABHIKB. DIRECTORS: A. J. Murdock, W. H. Bringhurst, Deunit Chi, B- 8. Rice, B. f. Yantia, £ M. .Harwood. W. T. Wilson. Banking In all ita Department* proraptlj and curelully done. Safety to Customers and stockholder noeght for. Strong Enserve Fund Maintained. EXCURSION Rates Via Pennsylvania Lines for Christmas and New Year. Following the annual custom. Ticket Agents of the PcDDsyivania Lines -will sell excursion tickets Bee, 24th, 25th and 31st, 1897, and Jan, 1st, 1898, for toe Christmas and New Year Holidays. Tickets will not be sold to adu ts for less than 25 cents, nor to children for less than 15 cents. Return limit of excusion will Include Jan. 4tb, 1898. For rates time of trains and further information, pirase apply to nearest Ticket Agent of the Pennf ylvania Lines. For the Christmas and New Year Holidays, the Wabash R. R. Co. will sell tickets for the round trip at greatly reduced rates. Tickets will be good going on dfite of sale only, good returning up to, and including January 4th, 1898. Tickets can be purchased December 24th, 25th, and 31st. 1897, and January 1st, 1898. For further particulars, call on or address. C. O. NEWELL, Agt. Wabash R. R. Co. A LOSS FELT WAST. It IB Supplied in Logansport «t La*t. It is hard to always be p'easant. Good naturei people are often irritable. If you know the reason you would not be surprised. .ever have Itching; piles? Sot sick enough to Jto to bed, or not well enough to be content. Will annoy you so. The constant it jbing sensation, Bar • to bear, harder to en relief. Kee.js you awake all night. Spuiis your temper, nearly drives you crazy Isn't relief and cure a long felt want? It is to be had for everyone in Doan's Ointment. Doan'9 Ointment never falls to curs itchin.gr pile*, eczema or any itching of tbo skin. Here is proof of it in the testimony of a citizen: Mr. Frank Vance. 2020 Spear street. Boiler Inspector at the Panhandle railroad shop says: "I have been disappointed so often in Ointments and salves that were recommended for itching that t was discouraged. 1 had suffered from ihtm for rive years and could not Hod a cure for them in that time. I was induced to try D..an's OintmeDt,as the evidence of it was eo conclusive tbat it would be unreasonable to refuse. It would be impossible to convince roe that Doan's Ointment would cure s eh cases, if it had not oeen demonstrated from personal experience. It pave me relief almost at once, and before I had used one quarter of a box at B. F. Kesslicg-'s drug- store, all the annoying itcbinesa bad disappeared, andl con - sidnrcd myself practically cured. I have great confidence in this remedy and recommend it to others. In one case which looked hopeless, I recommended Doan's ointment, and it took hold at once, and was actually a nurprUe to myself, as well as the other party who used it. He agrees with me that thia Is the best preparation he ever used. It is a pleasure for me to recommend such a remedy, for I know that it does just what is claim for it." Doan's Ointment for sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Mailed by Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, 'N. T., sole agents for the XT. -S. Eemerober the name Doan's and take no other. Holiday Excursions Yamlalia Line, the Holidays the Vandalia i/ine will sell Excursion Tickets atlreduced rates l.rom all stations, to local points on its own line, ana alsotopcints on connecting ?Hne3. For full particulars call on nearest Vandalia Line Ticket Agent, or address E. A. FORD, Gen'l Passenger Agt, St. Louis, Mo. Home Seekers Excursion.. . FOR November and December'97 - -THR -- have authorized reduced rates to many points in the West, South and Southwest. Tickets will be sold November, 2nd and 16th, December 7th and 21st. For particulars, call on or address C.dlweUpt Logansport, Ind. MANHOOD • The world admires the perfect Man! Kot courage, dlpnlty, or muscular development alone, bat that snbtie and wondcrf«U force known as SEXUAL VITALITY which Is the tlory of manuood—tee Wide of both old and yonnp, but tliere are thonssnils of men suiTerlns- the mental tortures of a TvenlcciM-a manhood, shattered nerves, and toiling •oxun.1 power who can be cared by our Magical Treatment which may be t&Ken at home under our dlrecfloni or we will pay K. B. faro and hotel bills lor thoss •who wish to come here. It wo latl to care. Wenavo no free prescriptions,free euro or C.OJ3. fate, iva have 8250.000 capital and (ruarantco to core every case we treat or refund every dollar yon pay as. or fee msy be deposited in any bt-ok to be paid in When a cure IB effected. 'Write for full particc'.su, STATE SCKJO1CAJ4 CO., Omalia, Xeb. LODDP01SGN A 5PECIALTY tiary JBLOOO FOISON Demuneatly !cnre<J in 15 toSo days. You can be treated at homo for some price nnder same guaranty. If you prefer to come here we wiilccn- tracttopayrailroadfsreandbmelnuisjnd .lf -we fail to core. If you have taSenmer- mrT, iodide potash, and mil have adies and pains, JEucoos Patches in month. Sore Throat, Flmples, Copper Colored Spots, Clccrs oa any part of the body, Hair or Eyebrows talline out. It li this Secondary BtOOD POISON irstrtiitrmnteetoeare. TCesoUcictae most obstinate owes aad cballence th« world for » ease we cannot cure. This disease bcs alv -n baffled the (kill of the most eminent phisi- rlans. S5OO,OOO capital behind our nacoadl- tkmml gummy. Absolute vroo£» gent sealed on atton. Address COOK •BpUcat T»3 V Va*onlo Xemple, ON CHRISTMAS EVE. BT K. E. r When the gate creaked that October night, Marion Hartley, wife of the unsuccessful author-playwright, was torturing her wits afresh for a way to secretly induce some theatrical manager to recognize her husband's genius. Her flush faded as she heard admitted a man with a slow voice and a deliberate step. Both were unpleasantly familiar. "Good evening," he said, bowing studiously. Tall, _ broad and perfectly dressed, he possessed a face only spoiled by its expression. "Is he accessible? Ah, yes, I see his light in there. Afraid I must disturb his inspiration, then." "Indeed? He is very busy, " she simply said. "Of course." He sat down. "Ei-— may I ask how the great play progresses?" No answer. It had come back that morning for the fourth time—declined. She pretended to sew until the position grew unbearable and then ross "EH? THEP.E!" and tapped at the door of that inner room in which her husband spent more hours than she liked to total. No reply. "Gilbert, dear, don't start," was whispered fearfully. "He is here again —that Mr. Main waring. Whatshall"— "Why, he was not scribbling away feverishly. His head had fallen forward —asleep? When she touched him, he slowly roused to stare past her with eyes so dilated that she almost shrank. "Gilbert, don't!" She was unconsciously ou her knees now. "Oh, give it up, if it's killing you! I'll work, husband!" "Eh? There! I was dreaming—my plot was just coming to me, and you— you disturb me so!" he said, putting her arms away. "If I lose grip of it this time, it—it—may mean madness! .Marion, it was sublime ! Only go away— do!" He found his pen and started. Awed, apprehensive, too. she hung there as though hesitating whether to obey or snatch his precious manuscript away. Finally she stole out and stood guard at his door. "My husband cannot see you tonic)! t." "Oh, very good, madam! Half this house was furnished with the £100 ho coolly borrowed through me—before I knew, of course. Sympathy means forbearance. As you don't want it, I'll sell him up now!" "You—you will not!" She ran and caught his arm. "I did not know it. 1 simply say—if you but knew how ho has slaved and tried! Let me tell you something. Wait—and his play will be accented. Yes! Tonight he has found his plot—the great idea he has missed for months. There!" '' Found his plot?'' He stared incredu- louslv. appearing to weigh the chances. "Bah! That was to have thrilled creation long ago. I •will call once again next week, and then"— He went out without finishing it. In a son of srapor Marion sat down and -waited—•waited hour after hour- Then at last Gilbert came groping out, one hand pressed to bis head, his face haggard, but ecstatic. Not even her •white and hopeless face stru-ck bis attention. . - -•Done itr'ne gasped. "1-was coming; to wake you. They—they say tbat every man is capable of one stroke of genius. Listen to this—but the room seemsi —why, Jlarioh, 1—I"— The manuscript fell. She realized something and sprang forward. He had grayed ;md then toppled down. Twelve hours later found him in the heat ot unmistakable delirium. And the play! It was lying neglected upon his study desk. Weeks would pass, the bluff old doctor said, before his sanity conld return, it meant that the home must vanish bit by bit—bnt what of that? Night and day she hovered over him. He had tried and failed. Only to save his reason:! Then she would try herself. In the first excitement she quite forgot .Maimvaring, and his last veiled threat, until, precisely seven days after his previous visit, the girl informed her that that gentleman and a "friend" were waiting in the sitting room. Both frightened and desperate, she went down as far as the doorway. "He is ill," she said, her face a study in supplication- "He knows nothing— perhaps never will again. " "There!" Mainwaring's teeth snapped. "What did I say? A planned affair! My friend here wants his money— or some equivalent. There is the agreement. 1 stay until I see your husband." Marion managed to get "Then you must stay" past the lump in her throat. Then she ran back and locked the bedroom door. "They've gone, ma'am," came through the keyhole at last. "They mumbled away for a, time, and then they were suddenly quiet, I think they were frightened. They almost crept out." Marion, sitting back from Gilbert's •wild stare, found temporary relief in a stream of tears. The first gleam of sunshine came at the end of three awful weeks. Hartley, physically sale, could cross his bedroom. Only it terrified her to realize that he •was hut a living automaton. Six weeks, and the mysterious stupor showed no signs of lifting. And when he crept down stairs again ic was only to sit staring vacantly through the hours. Aad Christmas was close at hand—dear, joyous Christmas! ""It's most strange," said the doctor one day. "I've been thinking—what mild excitement would be likely to rouse him?" "Oh, the theater—the play," she answered mechanically. "Then cake him. Here. There's a matinee advertised for tomorrow at the Jollity—some new and wonderful drama to he tried. The very thing!" Gilbert never seeming to wonder where the money came from, assented, and accordingly that next day, Christmas eve, found them both seated in the Jollity. If this failed— The play commenced, but Marion herself had not come to be thrilled. Holding her husband's hand tightly, she sat stealthily watching for a sign of dawning com prehension. In vain. During the first and second acts his expression remained all but lifeless. Suddenly, however, Marion almost cried out. His thin fingers b:id been quivering. Now, half way through the last act, they closed upon her own crushingly. The lights were low. but she could see his eyes dilating. Only too thankful that every one appeared engrossed by the play, she •whisperiugly implored: "Try, try and keep calm dear! -It's nearly over." "My plot—my play!" he said. "You —you have let them steal my brains!" For the moment she was stupefied. Then, "Nonsense, dear," she whispered back. "It is safe." "My very words," he gasped, not heeding. "Let me go. I've been robbed, robbed! I'll 4>hout it all over the city!" Then, indeed, she stared and tried to realize the play, but he was struggling past. There would be a scene. So, holding his band still, she followed him out into the corridor. Before she could prevent it he had zz'.'jfef an attendant's shoulder. '' Your manager—at once!" he breathed. "Your manager!" he repeated, as a swell of applause drowned the man's reply. "The manager? In that bos over there. What name shall 1 say?" "Gilbert Hartley—the author of this play!" They followed him round winding corridors and up to the door of a box. '! Two gentlemen were jnst emerging ! laughingly when the white faced man ! and whiter faced woman barred their 1 way. "Not yet! I demand,''said Gilbert, pointing, "the identity of the man who •writes himself the author of that play. " "Why, " said one coolly, "I happen to be the uuthor. Anything amiss?" "You!" Hartley, looking like one just risen from the grave, put out two •working hands. "Come here! Look rue in the face. I wrote it—almost as it stands. If my manuscript; is goue, yois —have stolen it'' The finule was at hand. The audience, little dreaming of that side drama, j sat spellbound. Then—then a crazy, unmistakable cheering rose to the roof. "Author! Author!" went up. The situation was critical, the manager stupefied. The "author, :> with Marion's -wide, pleading eyes upon him, heiitated. Then he blurted out : "No fraud at all! I bought that manuscript in a crude state from a man who claimed to have produced ic. There is nothing discreditable"— "His name?" "I—I cannot give it. He was here just now. Prove that he stole it, and I am willing to divide all"— The cries for "Author" •were growing deafening, when Marion gave that little scream of realization and said: "He was here—Gilbert, look—Main- •K-aring! He came for his money that day! He stole the papers for spite, tbint-irig yon might never know! Deny that name if you can!" she finished, breathlessly, staring into the other man_'s.eyes. .. . GOLD DUST WASHING POWDER ETHING Lar;:o p:icta:se of the world's best cleanser f.i.-« Mclifl. still Krt'iiterfconomym4-Pound packuse- AM crowrs. M;n!e only by THE X. K- FAIKBASK CO5IPASY, Clitairc. S:. Louis, New York. Boston. Philadelphia. "Madam, 1 can't." Swallowing a lump, he gripped Hartley's hand, "Sir, my reputation is at stake. I most appear with you as joint author, but I promise you two-thirds of all royalties. " ..«••«* The audience was upon its feet, staring about in wonderment when the cnr- "I WJ'.OTK IT." tain waved. Two men stood bowiiij the footlight glow, aurl the furuiu was Gilbert Hartley Neither ventu a speech, ami not a few peopk' w puzzled afresh when next day ;i .li authorship was publicly auijonua-d. the play itself was miraanumsly vi-.u- thrilling success, ami thui w:is ftiui Buough—yes! Laror rhar ilay. w the bolls were peahii:,'. M;in<iii civ. ~ AH the way From the Missouri River to Buffalo, the Wabasb Railroad Operates Trains over its Own Tracks. Having leased the tracks of the Gran • Trunk Hallway between Detroit and Suspension Bridge and those of the Brie R. K, frort Suspension Bridge to Buffalo, the Wauaeh R H will run its own trains Jroro Kanfas Citj Omaha, Df s Moine", St. Louis, Quincy, BI.DUI Dal. Keokuk and Chicago to Buffalo, being the only road trcrr Missouri and Mississippi Ki»«i points having 1Te own Hue and trains runniDv nto Butfalo. Through care from KanfasOliy. Si. Louis and Chicago to Buffa o witbou' change Cure sick htaikicbe, b;id taste in the mouth, coated tongue, gas in the stomach, distress ;md Indigestion. Do not weaken, hut hrtve tonic effect. 25 cent*. The only Mils 10 tiike with Hood's Sartapai-illa. Pills MILEAGE Tickets to Washington. The Pennsylvania Lines are now Issuing at all their principal ticket offices, for coupons uf une tDousand mile interchangeable tickets or the Central Passenger Association's issue, exchange coupon tickets to Harrisburg, Baltimore and Washington, at two ceotit- per mile, short line distance. Sehmd uerlausband and placed a twisted sprig of holly upon his tired head. "Laureled!"'shewhispered. "Alittle alliteration, dear—my king, my king, crowned ou Christinas eve!" And Maiuwarmg? Well, they simply allo-.ved him to slip into oblivion. A long way up the ladder of literary fame, uud cliuibmg still. Gilbert Hartley can easily afford to be merciful to the mail who tried w topple him off the first mug. lixwbfitl Scoring;. The baseball scorers want to secure uniformity in keeping the records of the game nest seat-on. They have agreed that in no case shall a bu>e hit be allowed when » force our. results. Thy scorers agreed tbat on double plays no errors should be scored on wild throws to first on the second man, or tin error to the first base man, uulew the error wus extremely palpable and there was not the least room for doubt tbat the fielder should have made the play. Xo error is to be charged to tbo catcher on a throw to second unless the ball goes so •wide as to allow an extra base, and no error is to be given to the second base man or short stop on the throw from catcher unless he has an absolutely sure chance t» dispose of the base runner. The Central: Passenger Association 1000 Mile Interchange, able Rebate Ticket 3s for sale at principal Ticket Office«0 The Pennsylvania Lines. It ie honored one year from date of Mile, for Exchange 1 icktts over either of the loilowlos; named Lines: Ann Arbor Baltimore & Ohio. i Baltimore & Ohio Southwestern, Chicago & Eastern Illinois, Chicago fc.'West Michigan, Cincinnati & Muekinpum Volley, Cincinnati. Hamilton & Dayton, Cleveland i: Marie .ta, Cleveland, Canton & Souihern, Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chicago A Bt L Cleveland. Loraln & Wheeling, Cleveland Tern.in il & Valley, Columbus. EocKlng Valley & Toledo, Columbus, Sandusky & Hocking. Detroit; & Cleveland Steam Navigation, Detroit. Grand Kapids & Western.. Dunkirk, Allegheny Valley i rltisburg. ETttBsviile & Indianapolis. Ev8nsyille£Terre Haute. rindiny. Fort Wflyno & Western, Flint & Pare Marquette, Grand KapHs & Indiana, Indiana, Decatur & Western, Lake shore & Michigan Southern, Louisville & Natbville. Between Louisville * Cincinnati and between St. L and Kvanevlll* Louisvlte, Evansville & St LouU Louisville, Henderson & St Louis, . Michigan Central, New Toik. Chicago it St Louis. Ohio Central Ones. Pennsylvania LJaea West of Pitttburg. Peoria, Decatur & Kvansvilie, Pittsburg & Lake Erie. Pitwburtr & Western, Pitteburg. Lisbon & Western, Toledo, St Louis & Kansae Citj Vandalia Line, Wabasft Railroad. Zaneeville & Ohlu river. The price of thf se tickets arc Thirty Dollars each. They are not tr«nsferable l f thu ticket 1» used in itsc-ntlretj and exclusive! v by tbo orifdon purcbasr. a rebate of Ten Dollar* I* paid by the Comm'esiOner of vhc Central Pa»- senger Association, E. A. Ford, Gen. Pass. Agt, Fittfiburg, Pa Sept 30,1SS7 daring i&;3 wiB present to its readers a tilhfol pidoriaj representation of the world r s most interesting and important news. THE NEWS THAT BECOMES HISTORY National and Inter- > The WEEKLY ivill continue to rartitipate national Politics J "> lbe S"at political events of our coun- tr r- . Jc «". !r «: ot "*« "^ ™ d K °- nomic questions, and of the development o£ . h j^ roidd ; e west . tts ;„.„£ mrre . spondentintln: Klondike rcpon will trace tie story ot the great gold discoveries. Socia! and Economic n ..»«•...._ ^ Questions ; Industrial Enterprise ; Art and Literature < LONG SERIALS AND SHORT STORIES TltE BED AH " CKOCEZTT SOTUTED HEKSITS •£ K.-STOCSTOX > These a:id a score of eqnally prommCTt '-s will coiirribme short stories to the Owen Wister Howard Pyle John Kendrick Bangs ' WEEKLY in 1898, making tte paper espe (Kary E. Wilkint > daily rich in ficrion Other featnresare the DEPARTMENTS AND SPECIAL ARTICLES THIS BUSY WORLD FOREIGN NOTES B r £ 5. JfXJOT.V fy IfjCiTXEY KGgLOW LETTERS FROM LONDON AMATEUR SPORT £f AKXOLJ) WKTS Bj CtSPAS H'MJT."£T A SPORTING PILGRIMA6E AROUND THE WORLD In theiKeiKt of the WeEjci.y.Caspa'r Whitney i» on his wxyanx>i>d the world. He wfll visit Ssunin search of bip game, making his principalhtzntfrotnBangkok. HewiBvifctIndiaacdtbez)proceed to Europe to prepare articles on the sports of Germany and France. 10s:.xa>ffi?auifor free frfiftciia}. Sxfocriftim $i.OO a year. Postage free at tie United Sioia, Ctnaiia, and Mzxitf- V. D. 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