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Logansport, Indiana
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Friday, August 7, 1896
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fflffffipSffffij^^^^^ Gladness Comes W ith a better understanding of the transient nature o£ the many phys- iMlUls, which vanish, before proper cf- teto—gentle efforts—plensunt efforts— Itaitly directed. There is'comfort m Ike knoivledKc, that so many forms ol tfckness aro-not due to any actual dis- ci, but simply to a constipated cond- D of the system, which the plcasat.c _aUy"laxative, Syrup of Figs. prompt- It removes. That is why it is the only Miedy with mlllionsof families, and is •wrywhere esteemed so highly by all Tfro value good health. Its beneficial «|ects are duo to tho fact, that it is the i remedy which promotes internal Wliness without. dcbilitat ; ^g the «DS on which it acts. It is therefore flmportant, in order to get its bene- • 1 effects, to note when you pur- HC, that you have the genuine arti- «!•. which is manufactured by the Cali- tenia Fig Syrup Co. only anil sold by •11 reputable druggists. M in the enjoyment of good health, 1 the system is regular, laxatives or BT remedies are then not needed, u Ictcd with any actual disease, ona JUT bo commended to the most skillful ikwicians, but if in need of a laxative. SS should have tho best, and with the trail-Informed everywhere, Syrup 01 — islands highest nnd is most largely i and gives most general satisfaction. Keep Cool by Using THE KELLEY Shower Bail) RING Hot Water . , . , Proof Hose Prevents Wetting Bead floor or Walls. _ Bcrniws -Water Closeta. --£/ Send for Catalogue Prool Water closets. Seli-Actlnii Water Clowtn, K»llj Slop nnd Waste Cock. THOS. KELUY & BROS., No. aoi Madison Street, Chicago. RESISTANCE OF : A TRAIN., •«« At BUty Mlioi nn Hour It I» Four *» Oroiitur Tlmn »t Thirty. At GO miles nn hour the resistance of a train is tour times ns great us it isj ut 30 mUcs— thot-13, the fuel must bq four times as (jreat in th-i one ouse OS it Ls in the other. But nt 00 miles nn hour this fuel must be exerted for a riven distance in half tho time Unit it is nt 3U miles, so that the amount of power exerted and su-ain treneratcd m n given period of timo must be eight times us greut iis the fastest speed. This means t.liai 'the capacity ot the boiler. cj-lintlers,-nnd other parts must be greater, with a corresponding addition to the weight of tho mncliine. Obviously, therefore, if the weight per wheel, oil account of the limitof weight that the rails will carry, is limited, we soon reach a point .wien the driving wheels and other parto cannot be further enlarged, and then we reach the maximum of speed. The nice adjustment necessary of the various parts of -these immense engines may be :inclicn.tcd by some figures as to'the work performed by these parts when the locomotive is worked at u high speed. Take a passenger engine on any of the big railroads. •U 00 miles an hour a .driving wJieel 5% feet in diameter revolves fire times every second; now. the reciprocating parts of each cylinder, including one piston, piston rod cross head and connecting rod. weighing about C50 pounds, must move back and forth a distance equal to the -stroke, 'usually about two feet, every time the wheel revolves, or in the fifth of a. second. ft starts from a state of rest at the end of each stroke of the piston, -and roust acquire a velocity of 32 feet per second in one-twentieth of a second, and must be brought to a state of rest in the samo period of time. A piston 13 inches in diameter has nn area of 234 »/ 3 square inches. Steam of 100 pounds pressure per square inch would, therefore, exert a force on the piston equal to 33,175 pounds. This force 1.1 applied alternately on each side of iM piston ten times in a second.— Ladies Home Journal. _ _ siunnsnalCDg came Into vopae during the reign of Henry II. In England. If you Lave ever seen a little child in the agony of summer complaint, you can .realize the danger of the trouble and appreciate the value of instantaneous relief always afforded by DeWitt's Cone & Cholera Cure. For dysentery and diarrhoea It la a reliable remedy. We could not afford to recommend ails as a cure unless It were a cure.— Jno. M. JohMton. : OF Al'.t THINGS i,ra; THE>'ORtD A tonic is what nervous people'require. •To Impart strength Into the'nervous or gimlsm Is to Insure'lt.s tranquillity, provided onuses of uiiteilthful excitement lire nvoldeil. A medicinal-' touic that— like Hostettor's Stomach. Bitrors-com- iiuiuAs the unqualified sanction of the healing profession, uud \\-hlcli Institutes a sonornl reform In a billons, dyspeptic nnd dcbllltateil condition of the system, Is surely cuiltlcd to n careful trial by iurollifceut people, cnpable of rormlns a'due estimate.of .a medicine, from emphatic aud.often recorded pro- fessloiwil evidence hi Its behalf. Not only are tlie nerves ;md srnmacli luvlg- ora'ti.'d by tue Bitters, but HIP system also endowed with unwonted power of resistance to Influences in air, water or dully avocation subversive or henltn. Prominently dangerous among the first named of these Is malaria, apainst which Hosteller's'Stomach Bitters affords a competent safeguard. Ilhc-n- mattem. nud kidney troubles are als" prevented and overcome by It. 8. P. KI.OTZ. FASTOB U. B. CHURCH. If tlio.riifiilceniitor is too small to hold a wtitaruiulou \vWi-h yon wish to keep cool, -roll the'melon 111 wet. clolLs and pln-ee Jt In tiho sue. T-lic process of •evirpoiuttow will cod tUe melon. AVet the doll) on mhe outside as Jt becomes dry.— New York Sun. .wnierioo, ind., Sept 8,18M. Symp Co.: Dear Sir:—I have been afflicted uver twenty years trlth dyspepsia or sour rtomach. I have tried different teme- dlM without much benefit. Finally I bongbt a 10-cent bottle of Syrup Pepr •lii and: found that It benefltted me. I «m Convinced that' It >lll do what It Is recommended when taHen according <« directions. I ba^e taken nearly, one bottle and feel Ifte a different perton. S. P. KLOTZ. , For sale by B. F. Keesllng. PLAN YOUR' SUMMER .OUTING NOW-GO TO PICTURESQUE . MACKINAC VIA THB COAST - • . ,-. -LINE. , ;• It only cost* $13.50 from Detroit, 116.60 from Toledo,'$18:00 from Cleveland for the round trip, Including meals and berths. One thousands mile* of lake ride on new modern steel •learners for the above rates. 8e»d 2c .-for Illustrated pamphlet. Address A. A. SCHANTZ. G. P. A. Detroit,' Mich. lu Swedon the education.of journal- tets Istrea-tcd as a function of the State. Under Wife system the young Journal-. •tat gains a knowledge of Hie world by .traveling nt lilie expense of the taxpayer. Don't trifle away time when ynu have cholera morbus or diarrhoea. Fight them In the beginning with DeWItt's Colic '& Cholera Cure. 1'ou don't have to wait for results. They are Instantaneous and .it leaves the bowels In healthy eondltlon.-Jno. M. Johnston. Mrs. Ellfflvboth Seward Is the.pro- rn-letor and'editor of tlie Stillwator, (MJnn.) Messenger. She i.s also a bill- poster, nnd Is'sald to be taw only woman la the country who follows that occu-- patlon. Many a day's work la lost by sicls headache caused by Indigestion nnd stomacS troubles. DeWitt's Little Early Risers arc the most effectual pill for overcoming such- <JIfflcultlc.?.-Jno. M. Johnston. Except In the Ottoman empire, Ferula Abrabla, Slam, China and the Interior of African countries, slavery Is now extinct. ' ELECTRIC BITTERS. Electric Bitters is a. medicine suited for any season, but, porna.ps more generally needed-vhen the languid, exhausted feeling prevails w:ien .the Uver Is torpid and sluggish and the need oC a tonic and alterative is felt. A prompt use of this medicine has often averted long and perhaps' fatal, bilious fevers. No •medicine will act more surely In counteracting and freeing the system from the malarial poison. Headache, indigestion, constipation, dizziness, yield to Electric Bitters. 50c and $1.00 per bottle at B. F. Keesling's drug storo. Much uneasiness is felt in Egypt-at the dcliciency of-Uic water supply wililch is causing loss to rice growers nnd threatens the coming mal/.o crop. This season's Nile Hood Is.-> v fortnight late. t PURELY VEGETABLE. The Cheapest, Pur •iKTBest I'miiily;M' Icinc in tho \\or.i.: 'AN EFFECTUAL SPECIFIC^ for ^li 'discuses oE the Liver, Siomiicli ui'.d Spleen. Kcpnlntc the Liver ond prevent Cllll-i.s AUD PEVEK, MALARI- OUS KEVEKS, BOWKI. COMI'LAISTS, KEST- LBSSNESS, JAKSDICI! AND NAUSE,\. DAD BREATHI .ffi{rr?a%"SSCS?.^rV B f«l?? UP-TO-DATE DENTISTEYf ho Fkrt:,Eloctriclty flays IB an Important Ono. : ram on :omei> . appetite, corupk How PILES ( r torture d y after day, Yet Pi it"* Yet rCilCt 1 !> T cuu y n« mi. •*»••• — ~- any one who will use systematically llic; rcn 'hat hB3 pcrin;inwily T C«rod n thousand8..^ purge, but a gentle assistant to aatura. CONSTIPATION SHOULD not be regarded M • triflinR ailment—In fact, nature £m"nds the utmost rej-^nty of tiie bowels, nnd ony ueviiuon "Boys will, be boys," but you cno't afford to lose any of them. .Be ready for the preen apple season by bavins DeWitt's Colic & Cholera Cure in the house.-Jno. M. Johnston. From rouRh calculations lately made it appears that over 360,000 species of animals have been described by the naturalists. ' ,' Poison.Ivy, Insect bites, bruises, ecalOfi, burns, are quickly cured by De-. Witt's Witch Hazel Salve, the grea.t pile cure.—.Tno, M. Johnston. ; • MARVELOUS RESULTS. From a letter written by Rev. .1. Gim- derraan, of DImondale, Mich., we are permitted to make tills extract: "I have no hestltation in recommending Dr. King's New Discovery, as the results were almost marvelous In tlie case or my wife. While I was .pastor of the Baptist Church at Rives Junction she was brought down with pneumonia succeeding la- grippe. Terrible paroxysms of coughing would last hours.wlth.llttle .Interruption and It eecmed . as If she could not survive them. A friend recommended .Dr. icing's New Discovery, It'was quick In Its work and highly satisfactory In results." Trial bottles free at B. F. KeesUng'e drug store. Regular §Ize 5Qc and ?1.00. The people of Brlggs, -Wa#u., subscribed $5,000 for tlie establishment: n£ a cannei-y In order • to give employment -to theridio ixipulation of the'town, They are mow enraged Ijecause tlie pro- prictore of' the' cannery arc employing CMnese fruit packers Instead of white. ,' : FOB OVBB FIFTT TBABB. Un. Wlnwow'i - soothing .Byrap ba» Men M«d for oyer flfty years by mil- Uoai of motberi for their children while teething, with perfect inccew. It'ioothe* the'cn'lldi softeni the gnms, •Jlayi all pain, curei »JW colic, and !• the best remefly for dlarrhoe*. It will relieve the poor little Mlterer. Immediately. Sold" by drngsistii In every t of the world. Twenty-ffve cents I bottle. Be inie and -a»* for "Mrs. Wroniow'i Soothing Syrup." »nd take M other kind." . • '. IXW RATES TO LOUISVILLE VIA PENNSYLVANIA LINES. Special excursion tickets to Louisville, Ky., will: be sold via Pennsylvania lines, August Oth and 10th, account the annual meet of the League of-American Wheelmen. The low rate* will be open lo all. Tickets with return limit Including August 18th may be obtained. at ticket offices of the Pennsylvania Lines. For details, apply to nearest Pennsylvania Line Ticket Agent; EXCURSION TO NIAGARA FALLS: On August 18 the Wabash Railroad company will run a cheap excursion to" .Niagara Falto by special train. Bate from Loganeport ten ($10) dollars for the round trip. Return limit three days from date of wile. C. G. NEWELL, Agent. /,,' 'Subscribe for The Journal,.40.cents a . month. , . ->...,_,, A five-year contract under which the city of Sycamore, 111., pays a private corporation, .$72 per year each for HJIrty arc li'ghrs of 2,000 candle power, ex- •pij-es -*Ws year/ At tlie -recent election 'aldeiratiiJ pledged not to renew this conrnwrt w«re elected, .tlie majority of the. elilzdirtetog. evidently In. favor of Walter W. Fete, a Calforn-ia electrician-, has -In-TcntPd-wbat he thinks Is-a cure .for WimlMss -by sending electricity at a. hifeh. volltnge over the optic nerve.- T-noorles of cure may be discussed at length by physleiEns, but the sufferers want- quick relief; and One Minute Cough Cure will glve.lt to them. A. safe cure for children. It Is "the only- harmless remedy that produces Immedi- ate-Te6ults."-Jno. M. Johnston. : . 'vibe stock", of.. Eui-ope.--.last. year con^ aimed 47,117 tons of American hay, for; whkh the "MaawJ Mulfers" of this coun- r trj- and : their, (fathers and .brothers re-, 'celved .$009,029.- ! ; The whole system : ' is drained and, nndermlDea by 'indolent ulcers and open gores. DeWltfs : Twitch Ha7.»l Salve .speedily teals tt'em. It is .the best pile; "cure known.r!-Jno. M. : Johnston.; , > '") • .'.•;•'•,-— : — '— •' . ;' • MihH IIE D § LOGO ' e *« foan - Kdatio "of good health. That Is why Hood's Sanaparilla, the One^Trne Blood Purifier, gives HEALTH. BUCKLEN'S ABNIOA 8ALVH. The best salve In the world *oi cuts bruises, fores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever wrea, tetters, .chapped, hands, chilblains corns and all sltln eruptions and pbsl "ttvely cures piles or DO pay require?! ;It Is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refundel.. Price 25 eerjts per box. 'For sale by B.. ' '" "''" e , trom this dcmar.J puvca the way often to serious danger. . It : i» quite as necessary .to remove impure accumulations from Tlie bowels nil it is to cut or sleep, and no health can be expected where a cislivo hiibit ol body prevailt - SICK HEADACHE I Ihe relef ol [which TAKE REGULATOR. MANUFACTURED OSLY BY J. H. ZEILIN'A CO., Philndclphl*, P». '..TliougJi there -are 10,500 c!-yillari mem ,'bers,o* the iLeglon, of .'rfonor, the Frencl 'govei-nmettt .prop'oses'-to :increase.thel •liunrber to -12,000 knlghfe, - 2,000 Offic era, 300 commanders imd flt.fy sniad of _ rr . -r •fleers'. Wnen 'it wha,found;lii'-lS73 tot tine.Ticket Agent. •'Cti'cre were ibyer.'20,000' olyUtajiii In. tile ."order,,a low !wias ..passed"tiwt there should be onJy one new appo | . ntlliel rt' for "FORTY WINKS." Aft«r-l>lMncr Nitps Conducive to Health and to Proper Dljrevtlou. Well dined humanity will feel rc- ieved to hear thedecision of the medic.il irofessor that the time-honored insti- ;ution of "forty winks" after dinner is conducive to health and a beautiful recuperative process. Plethoric', full- jlooded people have feared to indulge n this tempting- settling of a heavy feed several English practitioners have made a severe attack on the siesta ns ending- to apoplexy or nightmare, but the Medical Press declares this idea is founded' on a misapprehension of the physiological functions of the stom- ich and brain, and this is what it say3 answering the question: "Is it harm- ful.thus to fall asleep after a meal? By no means, Tho process is merely, a physiological one, and as such when it occurs is quite natural. When dJgcstiou B in progress, nature arranges that all the available blood in the body shall be collected in and about the digestive organs. Consequently the'blood supply 'to the brain faJls to a. Ic-vV ebb, and thus sleep is easily induced. On the other hand, physiologically, it is wrong for brain work V> -be attempted im- nediately after a solid' meal." Which a a most comfortable doctrine, but one that offers a new development :.ni the attractions of dinner parties or public banquets. How would it be possible for guests, after tossing off tbe;pousse cafe, to recline with comfort In the straight back chairs of modern x fashion.? Would these heavy diners be able to restrain the snores with which nature afflicts the children of men in th<?ir unconscious moments? If the "40 winks" method is to receive public nn.-l immediate postprandial adoption, another order of dining-room furniture musi prevail. People who arc in the habil of dining not wisely, but too well, must insist on the introduction of the classic Roman style of couch or triclinia round the mahogany, and on that extend themselves as gracefully as may be until the digestive organs hrfre done their duty Beneficent sleep! • It would work well even at the dinner dance, forthen guests however light; of foot, would awake Tc freshed, n.nd their general'happiness b« promoted, because indigestion would be avoided^—Boston Herald.' . Dressy puffed slcey'e«,for,afternopn as well as evening wear, reach onljrjust below the elbow, where they, are ^finished 'either with a; twist and bpw-o black velvet ribbon or a-.deep frill-of lace, reaching.' nearly, ,to.' : the ; :wris: Sleeves of transparent. material..«« ilned with tarleton ,to keep .them, in place When black-velvet ribbon is used at, the ,neck, .belt and wrists,- black suede glovea.are; worn with .the .toilette :•— According .to • the. 'statistics or me aepartment of agriculture wheat land In Kansas rent* at $2.10 per acre.' ALL BAIL BOT3TE TO'THE SEA. To Atlantic City Without Transfer vi: Pennsylvania Lines. By the opening of the Delawar River Bridge 'the Pennsylvania. Lines have become .the only all rail route, t .Atlantic City and the seashore. Trans fer. of passengers and'baggage at Thlla delphia -via -Market street Ferry an Camden Is avoided/ as seashore trains of Parlor Cars and Coaches depart from Broad street station, at which passen '.'gers form, the west, over the Pcnnsy .yania Boute- arrive In that . city Through trains from Chicago, .Indian! ; polls, Columbus, Cincinnati, Pltrsburg : »nd Intermeblate points on the Pt-nosy 'Yaaala Lines make convenient conne- tlon with the seashore trains. For d tails apply to nearest Pen-nsylvanl every two deaths. i- -It'doesn't'mattermuch'-whether slct .headache; bilidwne«g,,:'in : dlitestloi!i ] arid . 'constipation^.are. .caujedi^y'.-neBlect, or Tsy .unavoidable clrcumstaneea; -Pe- Wltt'a Little Early BI»ef» .wJJl speedily cure, them 1 all,—Jno. M. Johnaton. ,- HOME-SEEKERS'EXCURSION. ,. Tne Wabash Railroad company'.wl Bell excursion tickets, to- points :ln th : ^est, Southwest and South at very low •ratero'B' August 4 and-18,; Sept; 1; 1 and 29, Oct. 6 and'20,1890. , For particulars as to liminvttnic o trains and other details, call • on or ad dreas ' C; Q. NEWELL, Agent. pplUnceH Which Alfurd the OprrMor Ureatcr Freedom of Movoiucot and B.-duce tho A(toiiy of tho Futlcut - to a Mtnfmuin. • Electricity us :ui «id to.dentistry i.« eiliff adopted by the uiori- proffressivc icmlwrs'of'this profession with nearly s much rapidity as it is in mechanical ud business uses. The mechanical ap- lianccs long uwd by dentists are being •WiJy supplanted by electrieally oper- ted'apparatus, nnd thuir pructicu of- ers an ideal field fov uuch applications f elfctvic power. The delicate manipu- ntionH of the dentist require for their roper pprforniance precision and cx- ctness ill his apparatus, and in elec- rio power not only are these qualities ound, but there is al*o e«?c of applica- ion ond control. The superiority o£ Ipctricully operated apparatus over imilnr nicchanicul apixiraius IK attest(1 by the rapid introtluciion of electric xnver wherever suitable electric cur- ent is available, ami the practice of he" office warrants the e.\-|x>nditure for he equipment. Yet perhaps the most important con- ribntion, of electrical science to dcn- istry, says the Chicago Record, is pot to be found in improvcmcnwof cxUtinK iicclianiciil appliances, but in the direct application of electricity to introduce anaesthetics into tha body of a ootli, and to so secure insensibility in. the dentine and pulp tissues, which nrc the ports of the tooth known as th-». sent of pain. By this means dPDtal operations may be performed upon.the most sensitive tooth, cuicl without pain to the patient. One of the most important appliance* s the cnfriiw? or drill operated by elec- L ric power. Current is derived from an ineandcseent-lightin? circuit, or, vhere this is not availoble, ordinary jriniary ceils may be employed to fur- li.sh tlie current for Ilic motor. The heating power of the electric ou vnt fi:ids two npplicot ions in dentistry. The first' appliance is a hot-air syringe and the second is an electric cautery. The hot-air syringe consistent a robber bulb, furnished with a glass tip, witban which is a coil of platinum wire, heated to incandescence by the passage of an electric current. A small button in the X'Rays Of severest trial and tent prove • • in regard to Hood's Sarsaparllla 1st, Greatest Merit I Secured by a. peculiar Combination, Proportion and process unknown' to others — which " naturally and actually produces ! d, Greatest Cures Shown by thousands o£ honest, voluntary testimonials—winch mituraJly and actually produce [ d, Greatest Sales According to the statements of druggists all over the country. In these three points Hood's Saraparllla is peculiar to itself. DENTIST'S ELKCTRICAL EQUrPMEN-r handle makes the circuit, and gives th dentist an instant current o£ heat*i: air on pressing the bulb, a currcnl which may. be . reg.ulatcd from on< slightly .warm 'to. the;hottest.; blast This- is for drying -the cavities,in the teeth prior to filling them: The electric cautrry.'ix employed foi rendering dull the .pain of , sensitivi dentine. A platinum' wire loop, sup ported nt tbe'crid'of 'a hard-rubber Handle, is heated by the 'passage of ail electric current through' it.: The cur rent is turned on orofMiya:'small pusi button on the handle.. ;The rapid pass iug of the heated.loop of wire across th sensitive- tpota upon the worn o atrophied fasoe«of-.bicunpids and molar will often''prounce uh immunity .from pain when all other agencies fail. The electric mouth lamp, or laryn goscope, supplies n means of -discovering which is an offending tooth when no c.ivity or decay is apparent. The dentid by its meanais able to discern 'the slight efit departure fronv the normal con'dj tion. IWifrhts up-lheignms aridneet so strongly that; a hidden 1 cavity or mi puspected dead pulp, or even, a sligh -Juckpning of the tissues, which is.th .precursor'of decay, can be easily dc Hcted. Sound teeth will appear tran» lucent,' without, variations in texture while a dead,tooth will appear opaqn, bf.tcri-when.it* color Rives no indicatio to ordinary observation. This appar atus consists of a tiny incandescen lamp, supported in front of a suitabl m irror, to .reflect the light as may be re oulred. ••'•>'"This, same.result mi^ht now be at Jained- by the use of the Roentgen ray* the source of which would be placed out tide of the cheek.opposile the tooth.an the .image, of- the tooth observed on mien screen covered with calcium tung state and placed inside the mouth.; ~, The electro-magnetic mallet i» an other device welcomed by skillful oper ntors. • Its advantages are that it deliv ers the hard or the light' blow «s de 6:red,ond,this eonat.all times be varied When properly used it condenses th pold thoroughly and evenly throughou the entire ililng." 1 Owing to the contro of the,' •.instrument'; gold may: ,l>e : .im pacted "against thin, -frail, walls; wit ease and'w.lthbut fracturing the enaroe ' Besides'; .fWwvesittieJbneratoi' .the tito 'nnd the fatigue attendant upon the use of a hand, automatic or foot-power m« let WlthtKid In'stJ-umWt tifeTjlorfs;*! given wUtf srWt'rap'idity, thus (freatl dccreasiwT.thetinie in which thepatten is in the chair.' ' , . ...... ••;.»Th« 'recent'<li»ooyery'-pf the^applica biHty of electric' -currentJi'; W nroauc- local anaesthesia, either li>' racl operations possible without pain to the patient and witbbut-'BamlniiteTrafr g«s. Sarsaparilla !«the best—It Is the One True Blood Purlfler. I ..... aro the only pills to S PlllS with Hood's Sanapu-i Us to take A SHORT JOURNEY TO CALIFORNIA IN FIRST CLASS STYLE The Southern Pacific Co. ••SUNSET LIMITED" TRAIN. 3v»r the Sunset Route-New Orlean* to Los Angeles and San Francisco. Was discontinued April 16th. Tbe mperlor accommodations given tbt fremt number of patrons of the above ;r»In durinc the past tourist season, •arrants tb« announcement of plans '•r nest season of finer service with tqnlpment superior to anything yet raown in transcontinental traffic. Look for early re-inaugnration of •SUNSET LIMITED" this fall. For Home Seekers. The Southern Pacific Cu. ."Suntet Boute" In-connection with the "Queen lad Crescent Koute" are running tne >nly line of through tourist rullman Weeper* leaving Cincinnati every Thursday evening for Los Angelei and tan Francisco. These excursions are socially con- Jncted, and the object Is t/; enable tho«». who do not care to buy the nrit-clssi •onnd trip or one way tickets, to enjoy i comfortable ride with sleeping car jrlvlleges and no change of cars at the ••ry-Iow second-class rate. •for farther-information, addreti \f, a. CONNOR," Commercial Agt. 8..P. o., Cincinnati, O. . — W. G. XEIMTER, G. W. Agt. 8. P. 4o., Chicago, 111. 8. F. MORSE, G. P. &.T. Agt 8. P. lo., New,Qrleacs, La. : \s ;. CO. rWICE DAILY STEAMERS TO CHICAGO. CON'XECTINQ : WITH THE VANDALIA RAII> : • WAT AT ST. JO 1 j SEPH. Beginning May 25th and continuing Mill »bout Sept. 30th the steamers of will make two trips each w«y j»lly between St Joseph and Chicago, *D the following schedule: Leave St Joseph at 430 p. m. and 10*0 p. in., dally. Including Sunday. Litve Chicago at 9:80 ».;m.>nd ) ;lV- 8 0 t. n>.. dally, Including Sunday. Eitt* trips. OB Saturday leave St. Joseph at I a. m., and leave Chicago at 2 p. m. Banning time across lake 4 hours. . • Trl-^veekly steamers to 1 . Milwaukee, btaylng St Joseph Monday, Wednesday »nd Friday evenltgs. : • The equipment of this line Include* Ihe side wheel steamers City of Chicago and City of Milwaukee (the largest and •neat', west, of Detroit), »nd tne: newly, rebuilt propeller City of Louisville. Service first-class. Connections wlth«ll fandalla trains. Tickets on sale at all fandalla Line stations. Chicago dock t«ot of Wabash avenue. J. H. GRAHAM, Eret., . - Bentbn Harbory Mien. Lake If you t*ku one of tfao. 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