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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 23

Logansport, Indiana
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Saturday, January 29, 1898
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•Arrangements have been perfected for a line of Semi-weekly Pullman Vestibuled, Double Drawing Room, and Sleeping Cars between St. Louis anc. Lo sAngeles, Cal., running through wilhout change. These cars will leave St. Louis every Wednesday and Saturday night at 9 :00 p, m., arriving at Los Angles, Saturdays and Tuesdays at 5:50 p. m. A Buffet Smoking Car and Dinning Car are attached to this train at Kansas City, running through to Pacific (least without change. Only three days from Logansport to Los Angeles, via this line. For tierth reservations etc., call on or address WABASEKR, Logansport, Ind. Do Too Lore It BO, ieeure one of the latest and prettiest aiwo-Steps of tl e day. by mailing Ten Cents (iiQvor or stamps) to cover mailing and postage, to the undersigned for a copy of the BIG FOUR TWO-STEP (Mark envelope "Two Step.) We are giving this music, which ia regular liter-cent ghfirt music, at this exceedingly low I rate, for the purpose of advertising, and testing the value of the different papers as advertising Mediums. B. 0. McCormiok, Passenger Q!mfflo Manager, "Big Four Koute." Cmoin- xiatt. O. Mention this paper when you write. gtauon. Trainr Run by Central Time dnOAQO nrrision DAILT. tMYe for Chlo»go«8:OS a m;*6:00 » m;*l :85 p m *2'00 p m; *t:30 p m. Arrire from Chicago *12:80 « m;»12:»pm;*l:00 p m; *1:<0 p m; *8:1B p m. BHADIORD AWD COLUMBUS. I'jMTe lor Bradford *l:10 a m;tr-«am: •!:« pm"M:80pm. Anireftom Bradford «2:45»a; «0:20 am; »l:20j>m;t4:16pm. xjrrma DITISIOK. l>»Te forKflner tg;15 a m; t»;08 & m- «:06 p m 5pm Sunday only. jllflre from Kffner «7:8B * m; 1 52:50 p m; 12:« p m; 8:80 « m Sunday only. BIOFMOSD AHD OIHOJNNATI. JCieere for BiefamMU tl2;5t am; t5:80 a m: *1:«R pm; 42:30 pm- AirlTefromRiohmond •Z:30»m: «l:00»m •l:60pro;tlO:50pm. .Le«TelorLoul«vUle «:45am:»l:10pm. .arrive ftom Louisville *2:« a m: *1:66 p m. J. A. MoOTJLLOTJGH, Agent, Logangport. lad- 4 » 74 NO. JUST BOTJJTD, 5 Baitera Express dally »:» a m s Mttlud Express dally »:4« » » Atlantic Kxpireas dally .. 4:18 n m Port Wayne Acco Ki Sunday.... 8:32 p m Local Frelgkt.Bi Sunday <:1S p m irBBT BOUND. 3 Western Express daily ....... 10:24 p m I *aat Mall Dally- S:1S p m 7 Mail and Express daily — 2:40 p m 6 Paotto Express dalljr ll:8s a m n Deoatur AcociBjr-Sundav 7:85 a m » Local Freight Kx-Sunday 7:S5 a m BBL arm nmtiOK, WISTSIIIIB, BIIWKBII U04UJV1POBI AKD CHTU. insT iomn>. Mo. 16.-. —.Arrives -.8:30 a. n, Ho. IT —Arrives .»:» p. n :EASI lornrD Mo. M. ~.__LeM,vee »:« a. c WO.M Le»re« »:48 p. B VAN D ALIA LINE. Time Table. In effect Dec. 5, 1897. IXSHVO I^MCueport, FOE THE NOKTH No. 6 ..... - ...................... - ............. — 10:40 a. m. j^ Oi g .......... „ .................... „ ................ S:40 p. m, FOiS THE SODTH, Ko, 21 ................................... ...... ....7:05 a. m. No. S ...................... - ................... 3:18 p. m. Tor complete lime Cud, giving all tralnt iBd rtatloai, anil for full Information M to imtet, through curt, etc., address J. 0. BMMITOBTH. agent, Xioganaport, or B 4~ FORD. General Paiienirer Agent, at. LOUU. iio. & W. Tlmtilable, Peru, Ind. Aolld trains between Poorit and Banrtusiy aiiJ Indianapolis and Ulohlgan. Direct oon- nootlons to and f ram all poinM In the United Itatos »nd C«na<la. 4JUU>TS SOUTH BODWD DMPA8T No 21 iDdlainapoUs Erp dally 7:10 s m U:«SaiaNo33 " M&U& Bxp-ll:SSam fdat'j except Sunday) Nc»lndp!'SKipex8xin — 3:S6p m • •10 p m No 2» I'asteuger except bun No 151 Boohester local arrive :45 p m lUtoept Sunday, l4OR?H BOUITD. »« a m No 30 iI»H A Erp Ex 9iiu. _JO:18ao< «,:30pm No SSlilohJsan City dally 1 , 4:50 pm B-SO p m No »4 lOetrolc Sxp Ki Soa No ISO Ac-core except Sun... 6:45 a m •Does mot run nesft ef Peru on Sunday. Tvt ticket rates and general Information call omJ J, Skivner,, tiolcet acoat, L. E. & W. F«ru.I»<l..orC.!'.DailT, ireiuiiral pasienwr taut. In-etannrnrtl ID* ANTAl-MIDY These tiny Capsules are superior to Balsam of Copaiba, /-~-v Cubebs or Injections and (MIW' CtHE IN 48 HOURS \T thci same diseases without inconvenieice. Scad by all dntggistt. A HELPLESS FARMER. William Stimpson Stricken with Paralysis of His Lower Limbs-Caused by Overwork. From the yew Era, Gretmtburg, Ind. Many of onr readers may remember an item in this paper a year ago last lull which j stated that Mr. William Stimpson, a well-to- do farmer, living near Kugliy, Ind.. had been stricken with paralysis of the lower limbs, and his recovery was doubtful- The case which was an unusually severe »«d complicated one has at lust been entirely cured, to the utmost surprise and joy of -Mr. Stimpson and his family. Mr. Stimpson was pleased to relate to a reporter the particulars regarding liis case, and his subsequent recover}-. "A year ago last fall," began Mr. Stirop- gon, "I did a large amount of work. My hired help left me in the middle of corn Cutting and I finished the fall work myself, doing an unusual large amount of work, i put up several hundred shocks of fodder, and also husked all my corn. To accomplish this I hod to work early and late. "About the first of December, as J was petting my fall work about done, I suflered a stroke of paralysis, which the physician said •was brought on by excessive labor. My'en limb was entirely helpless and my right limb war fast becoming so. My physician became uneasy, and after attending upon me for a week or so, he brought me a box of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People, saying that he believed they would do me more good than anything which he knew of, as he had used them with jrreat success in a case very similar to mine where al! other remedies had failed. , The case in question was that of L. Phillips, j of Petersville. ' "About the time I began taking the second | box of these pills a decided change was' noticed, and when I had taken two more lio.tes we discovered that I was actually getting well. You can probably imagine what a relief and feeling of gladness this was to roe after being confined to my bed for nearly two months. Well, I kept on tailing the pills according to directious, until I had consumed nine boxes of them, which completely cured me. " I am sound and well to-day, with not a .s ; i"n of the returning affliction and can affirm ttmt Dr. Williams' fink Pills for Pale People did me a wonderful good and probably saved me from the grave." To allay all doubt as to the truth of his statement, Mr. Stimpson made out the following sworn affidavit: . RUGBY, LVD., Feb. 2, 1897. "This is to "certify that I do hereby swear that the foregoing statement is absolutely true. WILLIAM STIMPSON." COUSTY OP BARTHOLOMEW 1 STATE OF INDIANA. ( Sworn to and subscribed before me, a Jns- tice of the Peace, in and for said county in eaid State. A'BNEB NORMAN. Justice of the Peace. The Nev>Emvt&s also informed that Mrs. Charles Williams, of the same neighborhood, had been cured of rheumatism, and Henry Johnson, of Hartsville, who was troubled with neuralgia, was also cured by Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. It seems that this remedy is in great demand in that neighborhood. Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People contain in a condensed form, all the elements necessary to give new life and richness to the blood and restore shattered nerves. Pink Pills «re sold by all dealers, or will be sent post paid on receipt of price, 50 cents a box, or six boxes for $2.50 (they are never sold in bulk or by the 100), by addressing Dr. Williams 1 Medicine Company, bchenectady, N. Y. POINTERS FOR JBRRY SIMPSON ( THn'tsafe to b« » day without Dr. Thomas' Kcleotrlo Oil in the home. Newt can tell what moment *a teeldent Is going to happen. Output of th« Article* Thai H'» Wai Said to Scolrn. "It may seem Incredible, but it Ui neverthel«ssa a laot," said a prominettt wholesale hosiery dealer of New York to the Washinrton Star man, "that the production of seamless hose in this country i* about 100,000 dozen paira dully. A daily production ot 1,200,000 pains of stockings would mean 7,200,000 pairs eaeh working year, or 350,000,000 pairs a year, which is an average o« about fire pairs to each man, womam, enlld, bedridden Invalid and pickan- inny In tie land. Moreover, the estimate coT€irs only one class of stocking*, though probably the most numerous one. Of course, the bulk is of the cheapest qualities—those that sell In | the wholesale trade for 50 cents per dozen ar thereabouts." ! "Where do they all go?" asked th» writer. "That to a difficult question to ««- swer. But the figures which I have given you are not exaggerated, and taey th'/ow a strong light on the gigan- tle dimensions of the clothing trades. ' We scarcely put hosiery and underwear among the important divisions of dry goods, and yet the transactions in this ' line are beyond the scope of any ordin- J ary imagination. A few months ago a company of dealers representing the importing side of the trade alone gathered in New York city to confer on Mow best to protect their interests, and , a rough computation of the capital represented toy the houses that joined in action gave the stupendous total ol 1200,000,000. The business done annually in all grades of domestic and imported hoeiery is about $75,000,000 in times of depression and $125,000,000 in years of prosperity. There are twelve mills in New York state, whero it is estimated that 18,000 persons are engaged in the manufacture of the lower i rradee of hosiery. The goods are turned otrt from each of these factories at the rate of about 3,000 dozen pairs daily. They are sent chiefly to New York city and distributed through the south and west at prices so ridiculously low that it is surprising how the manufacturers can turn them out with a profit. The competition in this line of Business it, very keen, and this keeps down the prlnje and, incidentally .wages, j Althoush the imports of hosiery from ' Injfland.France and Germany are yearly decreasing, much to the benefit of the home market, this country has not at present the expert hands and ma- ehinery necessary for the successful manuf Jicture of the best grade of goods. For that reason alone dealers are compelled to. import the finer lines of worsted and silk hosiery w-orn by tfee •Mdle aid wall-to-do otosaec." WISE LOVER8. British military men are discussing seriously the possible uses in wtu »f the motor car—not of the imperfect motor at which, ca.bmen have jeered, but of some idealised and perfected motor car, the pattern of which Is still laid up in the brain of an inventor, Mr. Thornycroft, the torpedo boat builder, baa already made some successful trips in what he calls a steam van, and is not without hopes of improving upoit hia idea. Where good roads exist a trustworthy motor ca/ might be made to do excellent service In carrying previsions and ammunition. In a modern battle It might well seem to be as much out of place as Queen Boadiuea's scythed chariots, but It might be made useful as a kind ot movable hospital Jind for the conveyance of the wounded to the rear. Ar- •aor plated a»d furnished with Maxims or other light and quick-firing •Tins, tho ewr might conceivably be used to chwrge an enemy. Caran 1/A.ch'R several months ago made what me calls "Automobllism in war" a subject of one of hl« caricatures. He imag- taes SID. automatic clockwork soldier funning on wheels and serving the *onbl<i purp<!*e of a stalking horse aatf eerrjar of soldiers,' kit. MIXED forty years ego there were 2,000 lev pars in Norway. Today there are aboat §00. Maine's steamboat traffic, both coastwise and foreign, ia having quit* a boom. Berlin has no slums; its sUleys are clean and well paved, and It claims to be one of the healthiest cities in the world. The Duke of Fife is said to keep twelve suits going at the same time, and never wears the same clothes twice in the same week. "Tommy," said the teacher, "what la meant by nutritious food?" "Something that ain't .got no -taste to it," replied Tommy.—Tit-Bits. 'Nothing pleases a woman more than for her husband to return from a trip and 'say: "I haven't had a thing fit to eat since I left."—Aitchieon Globe. He—I suppose If your father found m« here he would kick me out of the door. She—Oh, I don't know. Papa's punting is wretched.—Detroit Journal. A recently patented nlckel-In-tae- elot machine polishes shoes, perfumes the clothing, opens a mirror and gives the user a stick of gum in one operation. The Emperor Francis Joseph has authorized the University of Buda Pesth to confer on the queen of Boumani* the (honorary degree of doctor of philosophy. Belgian swindlers have been pasting transparent paper over the postage stamps they put on letters. The paper took the postmark, leaving the stamj beneaith uncanceled. Bicycle pedals are being made with an adjustable extension at the rear to slide into the hollow of the shoe next to the heel and prevent the -foot from slipping forward on the pedal. A Minnesota .man insists that corn makes a better and cheaper fuel than coal. He raised enough corn on tea acres to heat his house and feed two horses and a cow through the winter. Five cats were boxed up by the patient possessor of twenty-three in Punta Gorda, Fla., and expressed to the mayor of Arcadia, and on the third day after shipment each cat had come back. Everything In this world Is merely relative, nothing absolute. By a giraffe, for example, the collars that ar« worn by our fashionable youth would not be considered at all high.—Boston Transcript. Isidore Wolfe, a merchant of Camden, S. C., was shot in the face by a rnfflan In that, town seven years ago, and the bullet split on his cheek bon«. One-half was extracted, but the other hatf could not be found. The other day Mr. Wolfe had a severe sneezing flt, and the piece of bullet flew out Adjmled Slattern* to th» Satisfaction of All, Four. "There are two couples," said the bright old lady to tie .Detroit Free Press man, "who are happy as the day Is long, anil yet thel;r story is almost beyond crediting. But for the good common sense of one of the brother* there would, have been four lives spoiled. "Before Harry went abroad to study he was engaged to Nettie. Harry was always given to joking, and wrote his old aunt a. letter, in which be intiMaced that he had. found hiss fate in a charming French girl. It was impossible for the aunt to keep such astounding news, and it soon reached Nettie. Harry's brother Jim had always liked Nettie, and, believing the story sent over by the absent joker, caught her on th-i rebound. When Harry came home and heard that Nettie and Jim were to be married the blow was a harci one, but ha stood It like a man and pitied his brother. Of course Harry treated Nettle rather cavalierly. It was a, rconth before he congratulated her at all, and then his way of doing it was far from kind. Nettie was just as sarcastic in j congratulating him ujici nis engagement to 'that Frewh girl,' but when he Informed her that there was no euch engagement and never had been she fled precipitately, yet not before Harry had seen that the news came to her as a terrible shock. Meantime Nettie had a beautiful cousin come to visit her .and Jim -made an unconditional surrender to her charms. He had liked Nettle, but he was unmistakably in love with the cousin. Harry thought he understood the situation and had a frank talk with Jim. Then there we«i confere«es within tie four till they became the jolliest quartet in the county. At length there was a double wodding. No hint had been given of a change in program, but when it came to the ceremony Harry stood with Nettie and Jim with the cousin. The preacher was incline*! ts balk, and Nettie's father insisted that the young people aad lost their inlnds. But they would be married and married they were. They were the wisest lovers I ever knew." BOMB DISPENSARY PATIENT* How » Bloh. WorouiTu Deceit WM Dk- covered. Such, instances as the following carry with iihem their own aaoral, sayi the Forum. "During the examinations of a dispensary patient a roll of bills dropped froM her pocket. The doctor picked it up and remarked: 'Madam, this is a free dispensary; ancT ae y°» are able to pay a fee for medical advice, I must decline to treat you here.' 'Well,' replied the woman, 'that money is for somethiag else. You are paid by tie efty and must prescribe for me." On being assured that the doctor resolved no salary from,any source the patient became indignant and protested that she was entitled to attention equally with the 'lady' who had preceded her and from whom ehe hafi rented a house the week before." A (rtill more striking case is related by another physician: "A wretchedly clad woman presented herself to me at NEW THINGS. Lanterns cJin be carried on the ends of wagon tongues, instead of on the wagon body, by means of a new holder, which consists of a cap to slide over the end of the pole and support a bracket for the lamp, and a wire guard to keep the horses from striking it. A handy support for curling irons to hold them over the gas jet for heating consists of a hinged arm with a clamp at one end to engage the gas burner and a spring ciip at the other end, which can be swung into position near the flame to support the curler. To safely transport animals in ordinary railroad cars a portable stall is used, having four corner posts set in movable floor and supporting an adjustable roof, with a feed trough hung on the posts at one end and padded boards extending along the sides of the stall. To prevent the slipping of belts on pulleys movable pieces are set in the wheel rim and held in place by springs which allow the pieces to protrude beyond the surface of the rim when a certain speed its attained, to increase the circumference of the wheel and tiffhten the belt -A Michigan woman has patented an improvement in screen doors to keep flies out when the door opens, constructed of flexible folding sections, which allow the guard to collapse as the door shuts, the device being attached to the top and upper portion of the door and casing. Sign lettering is made easy by a new device, which consists of a spacing dial having a series of radial points to correspond with the letters to be formed with a ruling arm working in conjunction with the dial to determine the angle and shape of the different letters composing the sign. To indicate whether letter collectors have visited all the boxes on their route a new letter box is provided with a ticket punch and the carrier is furnished with a number of tickets pivoted together, one o£ which he inserts in each box to be punched by the action of opening the door. Oar levers can be used to turn a screw propeller in a recently patented boat, which has a vertical shaft set in the rear of the boat with its lower end geared to the propeller shaft, and the upper end carrying a wheel to which rods are connected from the outer ends of the propelling levers. Miss Alma Tadema has written a volume of poems which will shortly be TREATMENT ON TBIU To Any Reliable Man. Mmrretoias appliance *»d ODO month's T*meille» of rare power will bo tent on UiAl. vriihoM on» odtvmee ptivmmt. bj the l"remo*i compunj- In the world In tbe treatment ot moa wait, broken, an- couracod irom effects of excewes, worry, overwork, &C. Jlappr marrlKK* secured, complete re»- schocae: BO dceeotlon: DO exposure. ---- --------- -ERIE MEDICAL COJ* . NIAGARA ST.. BUFFALO, N.Y. „ Gen. Lew Wallace has written a new [, consisting o£ two poems, dealing ntal life. -. Saunders, a member of the East Ohio United Brethren conference, 'recently resigned because tLe confer- that its members should She gave me a name that found was assumed. She was badly In need of attention and »ald she could after she h£i teen before the das. aer- eral times and treated, I was driring Witt my wife in Central Park. We we« passed by a magnificent team and Sir John Lubbock, the English naturalist, has kept for observation many years, died recently, whereupon the Indian Mirror published an obituary notice of his aunt. An obelisk adorned with a medallion of Chopin has -been erected at Reinorz, jn Prussian Silesia, where in. 1826, at the age of 17, he gave his first public concert. He organize*! it for the benefit of two orphans. I Mrs. Richmond Ritchie, the only surviving daughter of William Makepeace Thackeray, intends to write biographical and anecdotic notes for each volume of a new edition of her father's works, which is soon to appear. | Jean de Reszke and W. K. Vander- 1 Wit were among the purchasers at the sale of yearlings from the Joyenval Btud.' The tenor bought the colt Orme- sonQor $4,000, while Ontario for $3,300 for 14,000 went to Mr. "~ REGULATOR WILL CURE ALL COflPLAINTS AND DISEASES OP THR Liver, Kidney AN» Urinary Organs Biliousness, Jaundice, Haadacbe, Constipation, Pains in the Side or Back, Sour Stomach, Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint, Catarrh of the Bladder, Irritation or Inflammation of the Bladder, Female WeataieBS. Grnvel, Diabetes, Dropsy, Brick Dust Deposits, ia fact all diseases arising from Liver or Kidney dls* orden. Price, $1.00 fituart Mediei]|B Co. NEW YORK, N. V. For sale toy J. F. Orabom, «c*n«J<l«r. B. JF. XMCttmft W. «L Ftrts* MILEAGE BOOKS. who ^^&S^\**« - Si a, wh the poorest of clothes. I recognized her many valuable articles of ' and herself uOAVES AND FISHES. The creed will not be wrong, if the life is right. ^. good man Is a man "who knows how bad he is. Asking for "Our daiir t>r«ad" includes all things r.eedful. The time 'is lost that is spent in looting for an easy place. The man who has truth for his friend, will b« helped of God.. It is as ne<;essary to cut down the weeds as It is. to hoe the com. One of the beet office* ot education is to teach ua how to teach, ourselves. Many a load amen is nothing more than a brag by tie man who mates it. The man who can get good oat of a good book, already has some good in him. The man who sets out for e> gold mine too often leaves Ms fortune be- Mnd him. The ox standing Idle i» the *k*d*, hM more trouble with tie tie* tfcaa ck« one wettrinf the yoke.—H»»'J Horn. asked her for her real name, me her assumed dispensary Then I told her she was de-, serving me and she finally disclosed her Identity. She waa the wife of a man , known all over the city as a millionaire., a bill to her husband -and it was without » word." Poker on the V^londlke. The most exciting game at Klondike , is when the miners play poker with j heans for chips. The man who wins twenty beans is sure of a meal. SICK HEADACHE Positively cored by tliese lottle PJlIs. Ithey also relieve Distress &om Dyspepsia, {•digestion and Too Hearty Eating. A per. fcct remedy for Dizziness, Eansea, Drowsi. ness, BadTastcin the Month, Coated Tongue Pwnintrie Side, TORPID LITER. They Kcgiilzte the Bowels. Purely Vegetable. tmall Pill. Small Dote* ftnnalt £rta*» seems in no haste to l^nk her that of another, has lately launched out as a writer of no small merit. The president's daughter has, in fact, attracted considerable attention with her notes on Algeria, that were recently published In a French magazine. Tamagno, the tenor, has lost ^.,700,000 francs in a real estate speculation at Rome. He bought a building and the adjoining land at a high price on a tip from an Italian deputy that the government wanted the property for a new ministry of commerce building, and found that the deputy had unleaded hi» own comparatively valuless land on him. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Carnegie and B party of friends, including the Rev. John Watson, "Ian Maclaren," have been cruising during the past month among the Hebrides, and Mr. Carnegie has been indulging in his favorite jnusement of making valuable presentations to free libraries. On thia occasion Stornoway library Is the fortunate recipient, benefiting to the extent of $3,000. Mr. and Mrs. Carnegie find life ia Scotland is so much to their taste that the? have finally decided to liAve a permanent residence there. HeAft UcnfMk T&« railn fell sullenly. Track horse* plodded along the sodden street, patiently, heavily. Gladys De Vere stood at the window looking out on a sloppy and dismal world. The loneliness ot the day irelghed on her soaL "I am .heart hungry," «he sighfti "Aye, luirt hungry." But what was the nse? There wowJd b« liver for breakfast just the same.— ta4ianaiioU» Journal. . Modified Features of The New Interchangeable Mileage Ticket. Mr. E.A. Ford. General Psf«enger Agent of the Pennsylvania and Vardall» Licet, feade out the following information rcKardi»g- ttoo modified features ot the Central PaM«nger ABsoctation'6 interchangeable tone tho«B»i>a rtile ticket: The most important modification! are Jo the nile as to eiiming the n>ilea»re r »trlp and inn- ling the exchange ticket. TJndw the new raie, the owner ot an Interchangeable niileago ticket iray, at his convenience a»d leimre, sign his name upon the back of the wiflea* part of the mileage strip c!oee to the la»t »re- oedirjg detatchment. (but it must fee signed with an indelible pencil c rlwith ink, or It wiE riot be honored), and^cao leave his ticket thus simiedurith the Agent iiponjkis arrival at • station, or send it to bnnTiy a messenger er by the hotel porter, or in some Jotherlway. and upon his return to the station flni kin exchange ticket ready and hie bagj?age"checl(«d; provided he has made; such an advance ar" ranpesnent. Therefore there nced^be no more delay at the station or on the train in the nee of the new than there was In uMng- the old form of mUeajce ticket, whlcbularter form •"•» lyood only over the system of roads, r while the "interchangeable" is good over forty. The old form of exchange ticket ia valid tor eontintiong passage only on a certain train and date, while the new or modi fled form wi/1 be pood on any train, (except tb.9 '•Limited"), on either the date of issue or tie day following. This new form lias been simplifled to reader it easy of issue and to ^better accommodate travelers, and the hindrances which oocow- I panied the old form will therefore be', to t i early f utore, entirely obliterated. Interline tickets from point* on one B*lw*r to points on another, via through car lines ami via junctions where connections are close and there are no transfers, are being prepared M fastasposiible- These'ttck»tg will be isftacd in exchange for con DOM from the intercnance- able mileage aeket,aad baggage wlk be chocked through, a convenience which could not tie enjoyed by the use of the old form of nQeage ticket. The modifications "above »Uoded to have been approved by the Mileage Ticket Bureau of the Central Puteuger Association, ami wl« be In effect onjor before T>eceinber Jrt. er VM* M soon ts the new forms of exchange and 1»- tertlne tickets caa be printed and A&trflrate* mnon»T the tioufiindc of agencies of ti* • different rBilwi»y;comp«nie» orer w~ the tickeite are honored, »»d tome tbe PrBDnyiviinli Line* bare bee» suppUediwithlSiein. ItJibeUere4t»*» amendment* to a plan which St m*r i ful and populju-. wDl pl»c« the m*w ch*nre*ble mileage tteket b»r«o4 the of naxmible crtttAm

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