Gladness Comes W ith a better understanding of the transient nature of the many phys- jfeklllls, which vanish before proper ef' litU gentle efforts—plcasantofforts- •Mktly directed. There is comfort m £• knowledge, that so many forms oi " " ness are not ilxio to any actual dis: c but simply to a constipated con<7'- •gn of the system, which the pleasanc jHilly laxative, Syrup of Figs, prompt!• removes. That is why it is the only MMCdy with millionsof families, and is •••rvwhere esteemed so highly by all Who value pood health. Its beneficial •fleets are due to the fact, that it is the «•« remedy which promotes internal <to*nlinc.S3 without dcbilitat-'sg the •nans on which it acts. It is therefore Unimportant, in order to pet its bene- ' * effects, to note when you pur- , that you have the genuine art;which is manufactured by the Cah- jkrnia Fig Syrup Co. only and sola by •11 reputable drupgists. If In the enjoyment of good health, Md the system is repular, laxatives or Other remedies arc then not needed. It ••icted with any actual disease,, one W be commended to the most skillful Swlcians, but if in need of a laxative, ••a should have the best, and with the anU-tnformed everywhere, Syrup ot Btands highest nncl is most largely J and ffives m ost pen nral satisfaction. «BV. B. P. KI-OTZ. PASTOR U. B CHURCH. Tvatenoo, ind., Sept 8, 1880. Pepsin Syrup Co.: Dear Sir:—I have been afflicted over twenty years with dyspepsia or sour •tomach. I have tried different remedies without much benefit. Finally I bought a 10-cent bottle of Syrup Pep- rin and.found that It benefltted me. 1 •m convinced that It will do what 11 ll recommended when taken accord.'og 4o directions. I ha\e taken nearly one bottle and feel like a different person. I , S.P. KLOTZ. For lale by B. F. Keesllng. Keep Cool by Vslat THE KELLEY Shower Baib RING Hot Water . , . . Proof Hose |3 Expwsaid, S8o. \ Prevents Wetting Head Hoot or Walls. " > "" Hornlefs Water Closets. • : .:.•/' Send lor Cstalogne Piool Wat«r C10MU, Self-Actlng Water Ckieta. «>« Stop and Waste Oxk. THOS. KELLY & BROS., aoi Madison Street, Chicago. "BIG FOUR". TO ST. PALT.-. On account of the Thirteenth ED- campmei.1 G. A. R, ot St. Paul, Minn Sept. 1 to 4, the Big Four route, wll, «ell tickers at one cent per mile froir Btations on i'w Hues. Tickets good -going August 30 and 31 and September 1 good returning until September 15, wltl privilege, of extension until September 80,180C. See nearest agent for p&rtlcu lars as to routes Many a day's work le lost by sick headache caused by Indigestion and stomach troubles. .DeWitfs Llttlr Early Risers are the most : effectual pll for overcoming such difficultIe».-Jno M. Johnston. MEETING,-KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAi •UnKonra Rank, Cleveland, O,, Angus 23 to 30. 1800.. The Wabafih will sel -Ucketa August 22, 23, and 24 to Clevc Jand, nt one fare for. the round trip with choice of routes by rail or lake Tickets will be good to return to am Including Augua t 31, 1800. For full particulars Inquire of Wabash Ticke Agent. "Boys will be boys," but you can' afford to lose any of them. Be wad for the green apple season by bavin DeWItfs CoMc & Cholera Cure in th bouse.—Jno. M. Johnston. Poison Ivy, Insect bites, bruises »cald«, burn*, are quickly cured by De Witt'* Witch Hazel SalTe, the great pll core.—Jno. M. Johniton. LEGENDS OF THE DIAMOND. llany Carlou* Superntltloha Are Awool- utocl wltli .tUeUeautlful Ocm. Diamond wus the name of a beautiful outh of, the island of Crete, one of he attendants of the infant Jupiter in is cradle. Diamond, not to be subject , "the ilia tfiat flesh is heir to." was ransi'ormed into the hardest and most u-illiautsubstonce in nature. In Arabic nd Persian, works on natural history ristotle is generally quoted us the liief authority for the story o£ the inr ccessible valley of diamonds, where it •as the custom to throw down pieces of csh as the only means of procuring be gems. Vultures picked up these n-ith the precious stones attached' to hem and dropped them in their night u various parts of the earth. Maruo ^olo, who traveled in India in t£e thir- centh century, gave much the same account of the method of procuring diamonds. One of the ad ventures of Sinbad he Sailor In "The Arabian Nights" is .Imost Identical, and Epiplwnius, in he fourth century, writes to much the ame effect. The diamond was called adamus, which means indomitable. It was never pounded and token internally like other stones, because it was on-sidered indigestible. The diamond uuJ the virtue of bestowing victory and ortitude. It calmed anger and strength- necl wedded love; hence it was colled i« stone of reconciliation. The learned De Boot takes occasion to discourse at ome length as to whether the power -f discriminating between.right and wronp. legal and illegal love, is n natural quality of the stone or belongs to a spirit residing in it. For the very extraordinary arguments he uses the eador is referred to his treatise (B. I., c. iv.). That diamonds preserved their owners from the plague was considered fully proved by the fiwt that he plague at first attacked only the poorer classes and that the rich, who wore diamonds ia prof vision, usually escape*!. Though the diamond vv«s not supposed to be fusibleby fire, the splen- lor of its luster and its properties were thought to be affected by hent, /oi which reason \Volffrang-us Gnbclschov- crus advises all who wear these perns to take them off atnig-ht and place them n cold water or on a ma.rb1i; slab. \monp the ancients the diamond was i symbol of severe and inexorable jus- ice, and of the impassability of fate. Hence the judges of Hades were de. scribed as having hearts of adamant, A Jewish legend relates of the gem. supposed to have been a diamond, worn on the ephod of Aaron, tbat when a man really guilty was «harped with a crime the jewel became d-ark and dim, [f the accused were innocentifsparkled with increased luster. But all these wonderful virtues are eclipsed and thrown in the shade by one most marvelous and unique—for it was attributed :o no other gem—the faculty of multiplying its species! Eoetius De Boot, quoting- from another learned man, re lates that a lady of good family had two hereditary diamonds which produced several others and thus left a posterity. The comments of the narrator are no less curious than the state ment Itself, but it does not inform us whether these descendants were born small and grew in size from infancy to maturity.—London Society. BALLOONS^OR CUBA. Bcbinui of L*nlt J»rdln». for AtuoklnC »ad Capturing U»nn». Louis Jardiuas, who is in New York, recently came from Cuba to put himself in touch with, the members of the ocal delegation of patriots in respect to & new method of warfare which he lopes to put into use. It hufl.occuxted to Mr. Jardinas that the Cubans have, not been successful in entering the city of Havana and other important place* 6y ordinary means such places could bo attacked from an elevation, and the idea of constructing war balloons and taking them south is now .being strongly argued by him. Mr. Jardinas is a native born Cuban, and has many,grievances against Spain. His father was ien. Jardinas, who fought in the ten years' war. He was the owner of an estate near the city of Baracoa, in the southeastern part of the-province of Santiago de Cuba, which was confiscated. The u*e of the war balloon.as a means by which to drop the explosives into the forts of the enemy occurred to Mr. Jardinas some time ago, and he bos now so far advanced his scheme that he will mnke a test .of a patent at Waverly, Ji. J., .very shortly. The patent constota of a contrivance which, attached to a balloon, will allow the operator to shifl It at will in' ony direction iti spite of wind and weather. My little boy, when two years of age, vas taken very 111 with bloody flux. 1 vas advised to -use Chamberlain's Colic, Iholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, and uekily procured part of a bottle. I carefully read the directions and gave t accordingly. He was very low, but slowly and surely-he bepan to Improve, gradually recovered, and is now as stout aud strong as ever. I feel sure it saved ils.life. I never can praise the Remedy lalf. its worth. I am sorry every one n the world does not know how good It t is as I do.—Mrs. LIna S. Hlnton, Gni-. lamsville, Marion Co.. Florida. For sale by B. F. Keesling, druggist. Williiun Ryse, a merclmut cut Slw'by- vilie, l»is been very .ill for two week:? iud yesterday his daughter, Mrs. EUxii- beth Ovensitrcet, worn OUT by anxiety .....1 physical ex-liwustloa. was declared insane and removed to a-hosplitu,!. Six weeks ago I suffered with a very Bevnre cold; was almost unable to speak My friends all advised me to consult a physician. Noticing Chamberlain's Cough Remedy advertised In the St, Paul Vblks.Zeltung I procured n bottle nnd after taking it. a short while was entirely well. I, DOW most heartily ; rec ommend this remedy to anyone suffer Ing with a cold. Wm..Kcl], 678 Shelbj .; St.; Paul, Minn. For Bale by B F. Keesling, druggist. Don't trifle away time' when you have cholera morbus or , diarrhoea. • Figh them In the beginning 'with DeWlft' 8 Colic '& Cholera Cure. You don't hav to watt for reunite. Tnty, ore instan tanepua and It leaves th'e' bowels In healthy condition'. j--Jno;M. Johnston. ; : ',Tbe' 6cl>oi()l lcnle .wll be ' lirth. ' All -tto Sunday leehoote, In the neighborhood are Mired, tn Jodn. ,. Theories, ofcure.may be discussed a Jength; by-physicians, but the sufferers Want 1 quick relief; and One Mlnnt Cough Cure will give It to' them. J Bftfe cure for children. It la "the 0nlj harmless remedy that producea Immedl ate wanlts."—Jno.-M. Jobnrton. •Since-1S7S there have been Dine opl- emlcs of dysentery In different parts f the country In which Chamberlain's !ollc," Cholera aud Diarrhoea Remedy vas used with perfect success. Dysen- cry, when epidemic, Is almost as severe nd dangerous as Asiatic cholera. Here- of'orc the bcstefforts of the most skilled hyslclans have failed to check.its rav- ges, tills remedy, however, has cured he most malignant case?, both of chil- .ren and adults, and under the most tying conditions, wlilch proves it to be lie best medicine In the world for bowel omplalnts. For sale by B. F. Koeslins rugglat. Tlio old soldiers of Pa.rke, Jiomtgom- ry and FwuutHillni couuttes held a re- nutoii yt'scerday, nc;ir Wavetoaid. Joseph Ball, oif Wavetaid, weJcoroed tlie •amtiulos, mid -Chens wore speeches by J. SI. Tiuvfc, of CrJiwfoncisvJKe; J-.-MUO.' ^. Mount, James T. .ToJunBtom and rUwrs. G. A. R, AT ST. PAUL. ELECTRIC BITTERS. Electric Bitters is a medicine suited for any season, but, perhaps more generally needed when the languid, exhausted feeling prevails wnen the liver s torpid and sluggish and the need of a tonic and alterative is felt. A prompt use of this medicine has often averted loug and perhaps fatal, bilious fevers. No medicine will act more surely In counteracting and freeing the -system from the malarial poison. Headache, Indigestion, constipation, dlzzluess, yield to Electric Bitters. 50c and $1.00 per bottle, at B. F. Keeping's drug etor". A pate of trousers was found luangiUfji to the limb of a tree on tai/e .banks of Blue river,. In Shelby county, .to which was pinned a note oa which: -was written: "Good-bye. Take (Ms to my wife Mill look tar me hi the rlyer. I -u" •tired of life." No. mine Is signed to the note. MARVELOUS RESULTS. From a letter .written by Rev. J. Gunderman, of Dlmondale, Mich., we are permitted to make this extract: "I have no hesitation in recommending Dr. King's New Discovery,. as the results were almost marvelous In the case of 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 with little interruption and it eeemed as If^she could not survive them. A friend recommended Dr. King's New .Discovery, it was quick In- its .-work, and highly satisfactory in resulte.". Trial bottles free at B. F. Keesllng'e drug store. Regular size 50c and ?1.00. WhiUe a group of Chicago ixjople were cabptog near Roby, John Mercer, slxr roen years old, ventured Into the. lake, battling, whffle .to an oven-heated condition, and be was seized of cramps mud duowmed. He was the snepeoni o* J. H. ReM, of 152 .Tnck.5o.il boulevard, Chicago. BUCKLES'S ARNICA SALVE. .The best salve In the world "oj cote, brubjes, rores, ulcers, salt rtemn, fever •ore* tetter* chapped hands, ckllblalns met and all skin eruptions and positively cures piles or no pay required. It : ,l8 guaranteed to give perfect satlB- •factldn or moaey refnodel Price 25 Special Bates via Pennsylvania Lines for National Encampment. August 30th, and 31st .and September 1st are the. daites upon which low rate round' trip tickets to St. Paul will be sold via Pennsylvania Lint*, the short route -through Chicago. Tickets will be good returning until September 15th, inclusive, and if deposited with the joint agent at St. Paul on or before September 15, the return limit will be extended to. Include September 30th, The rates for this occasion will be exceptionally low via Pennsylvania Line*, the only system of railways over which trains run from Western Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Ohio and Indiana'to Chicago Union Station, the natural gateway from those States to the Northwest. Daily trains from Pittsburgh, Columbus, Cincinnati, Indianapolis and Louisville make convenient connection at Chicago with St. Paul trains. Arrangements may be made by G. A. R. Postd or partiea of friends to travel together on special trains or special cars that will go th/rough from starting point to the Encampment without change, !f the number justifies it. Information on the subject will be cheerfully furnished by representatives of the Pennsylvania Lines. cents per Keesling. box. For sale by .B. F. The thirteen-year-old--son of George Shaw of Boone'ciouiaity,' faitoUy shot UJtaseM wliile fooling with a ?un. .Rabbi, Di.-McGUl of 'Reading, Pa., has •accepted a pastoral can "extended' by the •rir. i.-..-"—":J—*..«~*.« j-;m.n' 'j|£ IjtgO(DjilW* ( ' If you bave cver ; spen:a little'cfclW-. In , , v . • •• ' " -V ' the agony of -Bummer complalnt^you TAKE YOUR VACATION NOW. Go to the picturesque Macfcinac Island via the D. & C. (Coast Lime). It only costs $13.50 from Detroit, $10.50 from Toledo, $18.00 from Cleveland *6r the round trip, Including moals and berths. Tickets good for CO days, bicycles carried free. One •thousand miles of lake .ind river ridiing on new modern steel steamers for the above rates. Send ">.<: for illustrated pamphlets. Addrws, A. A. Schante, G. P. A., Detroit. CHEAP EXCURSIONS TO THE WEST AND NORTHWEST. On August 4, 18, September 1, 15. 20, October 0 and 20, 1SOO, The Northwestern Line (Chicago & NorthjiTest- ern ft'y) will sell Mome SeeKers' excnr- slon tickets at very low rates, to a large number of points in the. west and northwest. For full Information apply to ticket agents of connecting lines or ad dress W. B. Kntskern, G. F: & T. A., Chicago, 111, LOW RATES TO LOUISVILLE VIA PENNSYLVANIA LINES. Special excursion tickets to Louisville, Ky., will be sold via Pennsylvania lines, August 9£h and 10th, account the annual meet of the League of American Wheelmen. The low rates will be open to. 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. SUNPA.Y EXCURSION TO CINCINNATI. August Oth, via Pennsylvania lines; ?2 from Loganeport; excursion train leaves 5 a. m. central time; returning leaves Cdnici'nnnitl 7 p. m-. central time. Base ball game, Cincinnati Reds vs. LouU- vllle. League teams. Lots of time to, see the Zoo; the Lagoon; the Parks and other attractive resorts of the "Queen City:" W ABASH LOW RATE. Horneseekers .Excursion, August IS, September 1, 15, 29, and October 6 and 20, 1806. Tickets will be sold at one fare for. the round trip plus ?2.00 from Logansport to points In the west, south and southwest For full particulars In quire of Wabash ticket agent. EXCURSION TO NIAGARA FALLS On August 18 the Wabash Railroad company will run a cheap excursion to Niagara Falls by special train. Rate from Logansport ten ($10) dollars for the round trip. Return limit three days from date,of sale. , , .':.' C.G. NEWELL, Agent. The diphtheria epidemic at Burrows Me-'abated; but was only overcome by the '•hard work of the. physicians. St. Joseph Is a most delightful resort /during this extremely torrid weather !Fare for the round: trip, f2.00. Train : leaves Vandalla station.at 7:00 a. m. •every Sunday. ;"•.''. •' The wliole : system ,1s drained: and undermined by Indolent uicerg, and open ,sorea. DeWItt's Witch Ha»>l Salve 'speedily-heals them. It ls-the r be*t pile cure 'knownl-^Tno.' M;'Johnston. Dr. Cox wife of Dr. MOTHER BIRD'S DISTRESS. Thoiunndl Wnteh th« EBorU of a Vlg9O* to Find It* I'onng. Sentiment blended with sensation at east once "tbc oiher evening- at the -irinR- o£ the street car barns in Chi^. e o. - Tliousjinds o£ men and women n Thirty-ninth- street -watched breath- essly the futile efforts of a mother jigeon to find her nest and little ones .mong- the -blazing- rafters, and when, after the roof had fallen in and even columban hope was at un-end, the de- oted bird" flew away unharmed, the crowd cheered. The pigeon flew home to the barns lift aa the first flames burst through he roof of the "L." It seemingly flew itraipht to the entrance to its nest, but he wcv was barred by smoke and sparks," nncl the poor bird fluttered buck from its resting-place bexvildered. Then instinct conquered terror, and ng-nin and ag-ain the maternal anxiety winged the bird back into the rolling, brilliant clouds. At last it found a footing- on the cornice. Though evidently at a loss, the p-racef") creature walked the length of the building's front, fluttered its wings ns ench new burst of srooke or flame surrounded it, and peered with sinuous reck into the furnace within for the nest 'and the younjr squabs. Men in the Knzinf throng were for the iDOmcnt enthralled by the bird's peril, and women cried aloud "poor thing!" find nil for a time seemed to forget the fire in tbe.ir sudden sympathy. Just as the pig-eon reached the end of the cornice the roof fell in amiJ ablind- ...£ shower'of flames nnd sparks, and the terrified and hopeless bird flew off nto th» night. Then the crowd cheered. :eous relletalways.afforded by (Oollc & Cholera Cwa -For .dysentery 'and dianihoea- Iti'is'-'a'jrellaWe .remedy.) 'We 'could not afford ; tp |recojmmend. this as' a' cure unless it were aJcn'res.-^Jho. Sf.! .Johnston..,-., .,.;.•.-...' •;•.,"•.••,•<• -j/V.-iJ.-!- '.-••:'': .'-.; and. •:been'taken t» vicilim of inerTOUS' has she : being a It doein't, matter much whether', sick biliousness, Indigw,tloii '. ; and are ,cauijed. by ncgl* oy unavoidable drcumstanceB; Witt's Little Early .Btoers will epeedHy , lURRVOUf Troublei are due to 111 Impoverished blood. Hood'iSar- saparilla U the One.' True -Blood '.pimfler.-and-'MBWVi'B^TOH-l'P"''-''- . ; ^r e -'''^ I ^...* 1 ^"^ 11 "'' ;: '^-v" r "-~""""-'-''''•'•''•• ' : "U««i»"'-' i :v;'/.\:;.v:.}v : - ;:; ---- :; --- : '"TTr>'^--rT?*:' CHILDISH it W»» a SNAKE CHARMERS. >'loe Worm," Bnt the FmrcnU Killed 1C. Florence, aged live, aud Helen, aged two, children of A. L. Stone, of Anderson, Ind., had a most extraordinary experience the other day. The Stones live out in the suburbs. The children are allowed to play around in the yard. The other day tbey began telling- their parents about a nice worm they bar! found out in the front of the house. They said it would curl around and was such a nice thing-. When they measured off about three feet, when allied how big it was, the parents were stnrtled. They went out to the spot where the snake always came to the children. They could find nothing there. The children were called out and a. moment later the snake came out and began to piny with them. It was killed. It was a little over three feet long anil poisonous. Little Helen said that- at fii-st it would open its mouth real wide an:l stick out its tongue, but would not do it after a day or so. It was very evident that they were domesticating it. . The children cried whea their strange pet was laid out before them dead. _ /- ." MRS. BOOTH.TUCKER HURT. Wife of the S«lT»tlon Army Comm»i»<ler . Struck, by » Bicycle, Mrs. Booth-Tucker, wife of the commander of the Salvation Army, was rc- riously injured in front of her home, 280 High street,'' Orange, N. J., some time ago, and strenuous efforts have been made to keep the matter secret, but the facti have just leaked out. Mrs. Tucker was In the street watching the efforts of, ^'.Salvation Army lassie to learn to ride'-a bicycle. .The young woman managed to 'start the wheel down the street at a good p&ce, when she lost control -of the machine and it swerved •taking Mrs. Tucker squarely and fc'n'oched her down. She' was uncon scious when.picked.up, and was carried into her house, where Dr. M. Herberl Siinmonds was called. He found that Mr«.''- i Booth-TuclteT's right wrist was broken and thatsheihad received a number of bad bruises and some internal in- juriei. With, careful treatment the patient's condition improved, but she is •till yery weak. . , UNIQUE CAUSE' FOR DIVORCE. WW» Objected' to Ent«rt»tBl»e 'th» Ho«- bkBd'l Kin. • A divorce has been, granted by ; th« district court at AtchiBon, Kan'.^thflt falls outside; of the ordinary. It was granted principa'.ly -on an allegation tbat is nnusual, to say the least; aiw the court's ruling 1 , has been accepted as justice, if not law, b^ a" great many peo- ,ple, both wives and huabfuda; who have" been afflicted with too frequent visitations frdni'wife or husband's kin Laura" E. Downey" wae divorced from her husband, Harrison Downey, after a brief marital life and restored to her former name. Her principal allegation ws* thaf shortly, after her 'marriage .to Mr. Downey her husband brought numerous men,- women'arid children to her house and thrust them upon her for entertainment, which was against her wish and was a great expense. .., . tb» American Pta. The cafeterias have introduced' I new form of the great American pie this summer which te proving : popular In those pies the contents and not the crust are the predominating features They- are 'made' In little' crocks about two inches deep and three in diameter After ybuvhavej^ec(t*d tbe;particular little .cr&jt'tliat , suits y'ouf". fancv <i« glrl''beh'mtl v 't£« coufite^prbvi^ed;; P J you'-'like it that ; way— breaks a " hole-.,in, the top -vs^thjA.Bpoon^and'fill* the interior of 'the'pie with 'cream.'" Wln» Hta Bait.;,_^ George; vS'Gfwld'hwiwon hU.siiit to present the collection of an inherit- MWC tax onr.$5X»«M)pO ;b*queatn«d ife h ls father,; the .late. Jay,, GkwJd, ' thfa oontention was Kjstiuned by tb« ' ''" ' ' ' ' There are BOW GrderB ahead tn tl>« - - mium» <* Paris and; London far all the D«- golden hair that can be pnrchMed """ -.tne^.nextnTe'Tears.-^ -,' .'••::'. ,.-.,-...• Serves just as surely come from the useot Hood's Sarsaparills as does the cure of scrofula, salt rheum, or other so-cslled blood diseases. This is simply because he blood affects the condition ot all the Nerves jones, muscles and tissues. If it is 1m- )ure it cannot properly sustsla 1 these asrts. If made pure, rich, red and vital- aed by Hood's Sarsaparilta, it carries lealtb instead of disesse, and rep«lr» the worn, nervous system «B nothing else ess do. Thus nervous prostration, hysteria, neuralgia, heart palpitation, are cored by Hood's Sarsaparilla Because it is the One True Blood Purifier. , rk'ii are the best after-dinner S PlIlS pills, aid digestion, lie. A SHORT JOURNEY TO CALIFORNIA IN FIRST CLASS &TYLE The Southern Pacific Co, "SUNSET LIMITED" TRMN. Jver the Sunset Route—New Orlean* to Los Angeles and San Francisco. WaE discontinued April ICth. Tbe .operlor accommodations given tb«. .cri»at number of patrons of the above '.rmln during the past tourist season, warrants th<; announcement of plans •»r nest season of finer service with •qolpment superior to anything yet f nown in transcontinental traffic. Look for early re-Inauguration of -SUNSET LIMITED" this fall. For Home Seekers. The Southern Pacific Co. "Sunset toste" in connection with the "Queen . *nd Orescent Boute" are running th» >nly line of through tourist Pullman Sleepers leaving Cincinnati every Thursday evenlnjc for Los Angeles and H»n Francisco. These excursions are specially con- .looted, and the object Is fe enable tho* *bo do not care to buy the nrst-cl8» *onnd trip or one way tickets, to enjoy » comfortable ride with sleeping car »rlTlIeges ahd no change of cam at the •my low second-class rate. For further Information, addreii .W. a. CONNOR, Commercial Agt. 9. P. *„ Cincinnati, O. W. G. NEIMTER, G. W. Agt. S: P. •o., Chicago. Hi. B. F. MORSE, G. P. * T. Agt. S. P. fo., New Orleans, La. TRANSPORTATION CO. CWIOB DAILY STiBAMBES TO,CH^ «AGO.- CONNBCTINa WITH THE VANDALIA RAIL- WAT AT ST. JOSEPH. Beginning May 25th and continuing utll about Sept 30th the Bteamera bt ihli.Une..will,make, tsro trips each way dally between St Joaeph and Chicago, •n the following schedule: . Leave St. Joseph at 430 p. m. and •10:80 p. m., dally, tacludlnf .Sunday. Leave Chicago at 930 a. m. and 11:80 p.-m., dally, including Sunday. Extra trlpt on Saturday leave St. Joteph at I a. m., and leave Chicago at 2 p. m. Banning time across lake 4 bonn. Trl-weekly steamer*' to Milwaukee, leaving St Joseph Monday, Wednesday •nd Friday evenlL'gs. The equipment of this line Includes lite side wheel steamers City of Chicago *nd City of Milwaukee (the largest and •neat west of Detroit), and the newly rebuilt propeller City of Louisville. Service first-class. Connections with all :, randalia. trains. -Tickets on sale .at all fandalla Line statloon. Chicago dock toot of Wabasb avenue. . j.H. GRAHAM, Pre§., Benton Harbor, Mich. Going- F6r A You'll folly* mflr i *ofthe If you.tak«oMo£tM-. ' ' MICHIGAN AWDi JU^E matter,, free, ttt • Dearest n««Dt. Jos. BerolxheUa.'
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