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Logansport, Indiana
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Saturday, August 15, 1896
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Gladness Comes W ith a better understanding of the transient nature ol the many phys- 1M1 Uls, which vanish before proper ef' forte—gentle effoi-ts—pltiasnntefforts- ttahtly directed. There is comfort In Ike knowledge, thnt so many 'forms of riekness are not due to any actual dis- «Me, but simply to n constipated cond ! - Honof the system, which the pleasain; fltmily laxative, Synipof Fig-s.-prompt- Iw removes. That is why it is the only • mnedy with millions of families, and is ,«rerywhere esteemed so higMy by all Who value good health. Its beneficial ••fleets are due to the fact, tlint it is the 0n«i remedy which promotes internal ekliriliiir-'i without dcbilitat-'-ag the Otnns on which it acts. It is therefore all important, in order to got its bonc- effects, to note when you pnr- 6, that you have the genuine arti •, which is manufactured by the Call Jernia Fig Syrup Co. only and sold by •11 reputiiblc druggists. If in the enjoyment of good health, •nd the system 'is regular, laxatives or Other remedies are th«n not needed. If •Wcted with any actual disease, on« »J be commended to the most skillful iicians, but if in need of a laxative, - should have the best, and with the well-informed everywhere, Syrup of . jflfistands hiphrst and is most largely ii. .st p-unoral satisfaction, Keep Cool by Using THE KELLEY Shower Bath RING Hot Water . , . . Proof Hose |3 Fxpnss id, 25«. Prevents Wetting Bead floor or Walls. flornl«f» Wuter Closets. Send for Catalogue Proof Water Clo»et«, Self-lrtlng Water Closets, Kelly Slop and Waste Cock, THOS. KELLY & BROS., No. aoi Madison Street, Chicago. . B. P. KI<OTZ, PASTOR U. B. CHURCH. warerioo', ind... Sept 8, 18DC. ' P«p»ln Syrup Co.: . . , Dear. Sir:— J. have been afflicted over -twenty years with dyspepsia or soui •tomach. I have tried different remedied without much benefit Finally 1 feongbt a 10-cent bottle of Syrup Pep•In and found that It benefltted me. 1 •m convinced that It will do what It • !• -recommended when taken according to directions. I have taken nearly one bottle and feel like a different person. 8, P. KLOTZ. , For sale by B. F. Keesling. . Three dwelling 'houses at • Whiting were struck by JlKhltniiJg night before last, and the Caithollc <fouroh at Schcrer- TU1« was pairtfally dcstcoyed. , Many a day'8 work to Icxst by sick headache caused, by Indigestion and itomacb troubles. DeWitt's Little Early Risers are the mosrt effectual pill for overcoming such dlfacultlw.— Jno. U. Johnston. D. C. Bowser of Elwood has an, apple tree wi'thl ripened -fruit ,oa mony tewmflios, wMle otlfer bra'netes are covered with bloom. "Boys will be boys," but you can't •fford to lose any of them. Be ready for the green apple season by bavin* DeWltt'B Colic & Cholera Cure in tho house.—Jno. M. Johnston. Poison Ivy, Insect bites, bruises, •caldfl, burns, are quickly cured by De- •Wltf a Witch Haeel Salve, the great pile core.—Jno. M.Johnston. The whole system , la drained end undermined by Indolent ulcers and open «ore«. DeWltt'B Witch Haart Salve •poedlly b«ii« them. It tt tiw beet pile core known:—Jno. :M. Jobneton. C IIIATtALCt prove.the great merit of Hood'a Sarsaparilla, TBood's Sknaparillft Bells because it CHEAT CURCt. JUDGE SILAS L. BflYAN. Stories Told of the Father of the Democratic Leader. Don lie Scoured m Con reunion from • . Meat...TMet.--Watered..-Over by i Special DUpeuMtlon—Supreme Court W»« Wronff. JudffC J. M. Dill, °f Belleville, 111., an old friend of Judge Silas L. Bryan, father of the brilliant young Nebraska^ , tells this story of the old gentleman: "Many years ngo,-when old Judge Bryan lived at Salem, 111., he had a,man working for him by the name of Isabell. He was one of. those, poor; no-nccount sort of chaps, with a wife arid a brood of rugged Children, «uid one night it en mo to pass that,some one broke into the judge's smokehouse and stole a ham and n side of bacon. The judge was very wrathy at first, but when he began to investigate he found who* he considered almost positive proof that this unlucky henchman had.,taken,-the stuff. -So, on talking over the mutter with bin good wife he concluded to eay, nothing about the matter. Isabell came to work that morning, but .he. evidently had something on his mind, and finally, .squirming round to where the judge wiwvsakl: 'Say, jedge, I ..understand that your smokehouse . war broke into lost even' nn' some side mcnt stole? Hev yer any idea who tuk it?" " 'Isabell,' said-the judge, in his soft whisper-like voice, 'there ore four peo- ]>]u who know, anything about that mutter. One is myself, one is my wife, one is God Almighty—and I guoss you're the other out 1 , Isabell.'" Isabell broke down when the accusation was sprung on him in ihis way, but what was done in the matter Mr. Dill did not say. The old gentleman came into Mr. Dill's office out morning and began n;-: follows: "I overslept myself this morning 1 , and when I got up I dressed in a hurry, and in my haste put on another pair of pants from the ones I hud bepu wearing, and hurried to the depot to take the train from Chester to Pinckneyville. I did just cutcli the train, and by and by I sa.w the conductor coming; I put my hand to my poc-ket JUDGE SILAS L. BRYAN. to get out the money for my fare, wh'-n all at once I found that I'd not a cent- with me, having left aJl my cash in my other pants. I was .in a terrible quau- dary, and in my desperation I rose from my seat and walked down the lisle of the car quite to the end, and do you know that I suddenly saw a pocketbook lying on the. floor, which, when [ picked it up aid opened it, contained sufficient to pay my .fare to Plnchney- ville. You can talk all .you want to, Dill, there is a. special.. dispensation watches over people when they are in trouble." "And then." said Mr. Dill, 'Tasked him how about the folks that lost tihe pocketbook that you found .and; used the money. Was no special providence looking out for them, too? .. : ."He •'topped 'for a minute and: an- Kw'ered:. 'Well— no.' 1..' don't . believe Providence was looking afterthem .tiiat day.''"- " '• •"..••:• * : - ' Judge Bradwell, Nestor, of the Chlea»o bar, vouches for.thejx>rrectneBS of :he following story, 'which appeared In a local paper: "William J. Bryan, who has been nom- nated by the 1 democrats for president of the United State*, is. a son of Silas L. Bryan, 'who wo* for six years circuit ' of the Second, circuit in t/hls state. • •:.••.. -.- > "Judge Bryan waa in; the' habit of opening his court with privyer. ,Si claimed that the Lord directed him in making hie decisions. He would some- imes, when in doubt in the midst of ft ;riaJ,, kneel down' upon the bench .and nrtc Divine direction. . A, noted Peorla awyer, meeting the judge- one, day .In the street after: the. court had reversed fcixof.htecases.said:: •. .•:.•:, " 1 see, judjre, that the supreme court has reversed the Lord In six oases. What'have"ybu got to Ka'y'abbut it? I thought you 'decided your c&see' undVr Divine direction,' .'':'.'.' "Thereupon the judge replied : ' " The supreme court is wrong.' " . Ball Flf bU on Bicycled. The latest thing in Spanish bull fights „ to put the matador on a bic.ycle intend .of a. horse, i Carlos. Rodriguez,- a well-known cyclist, and Badila, the picador of the Quadrille de MazzanWnl, both entered the arena lately In Madrid, mounted on cycles. Rodriguez soon ran away from the bull, .but Badila, the jlcador, stood hla ground,, and, not be- •ng able, to turn quickily,. enough, jvaa overtaken, and both .machine and rider tossed' high!, in. ;tho air r by ; the infuriated animal. ' .The .rider' was ; not. .hurt, , but ;he machine wnV wrecked beyond . 'repair. '•_'-_' •'••'.- • •'• • . . New and origin*! deslgnis for orna- mentK.'patternrs, print*, pfcturM to be printed; coat, • ; wrcm; w.or'i' otherwise! (forked in or on an article ito bo marucH ay..bapi*ten'tetl. : ., , ; .'-": « .'trees' It -hs* been 'notfett' that' there fcae been no drought 'in' Southern California in tfaoM district* in which the eocalyptwi lw*s hare been extensively planted. MARVELOUS RESULTS, From a letter written by Rev. J. Gun- dierinnn* of Dlmoridale, Mich., we arc permitted to make this extract: "I havu no hestltatlon In recommending Dr. King's New Discovery, as the results were almost marvelous ill 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 lost-hours with little interruption and It seemed as if ..she could not survive them. A friend recommended Dr.. King's.Ifew Discovery, it was quick.In its-work find highly satisfactory in results. 1 ' Trial bottles fre^ at B. F. KeesUng'e drug store. Regular ; glze 50c and $1.00. The 'Tweaty-eilijhUi United. States.In- ifiiuitay (colored) Wd a reunion a-t No- •btasyiUae., George Dempsey, of thai city, was elected president, oiud T, H. JoJiu- son, of RockvUUe, .secretary. ELECTRIC BITTERS; Electric Bitters Is a medicine suited for any season, but, pernape more generally needed when the languid, .exhausted feeling prevails wtien the liver is torpid and sluggish and the need of 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 thp system from the. malarial polsoa. Headache, Indigestion, constipation, dizziness yield to Electric Bitters. 50c and 11.00 per bottle at B. F. Keesling's drug etore Tflie Elwood federation 1 of labor indorsed toe nation oT fflie striking tinplate workers and will stand by them in their itroailile. If you have ever seen a Httte 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 DeWltt's Colic & Cholera Cure. For dysentery and diarrhoea It Is a reliable remedy. We could not afford to recommend this as a cure unless It were a cure,—Jno. M Johnston. Noah Vcrnon, <Ewar Ingalte, attacked bp buimWe-bees, struck ait them with a hatchet, the Wade ihttttng 'him on tlie Hand add nearly eeverllng that m«mibe-r; CONVENTION Of Young People's Christian Union Omaha, Neb., August 1C to 24, 1806. For this ocoifllon, the Wabasb Rail road will sell tlckete from all stations to Ornate, Neb., and return, at one fare for the round, trip. Tickets on sale August 17 and 18 limited for return to and Including Atigust 24 and 25. For full particulars Inquire of any .Wabasb Ticket Agent. ?8.00 CHICAGO TO ST. PAUL AND RETURN. On account of tue G. A. R. Encamp* ment .The North-Western Line (Chicago & North.:Western Railway) w-111 on August 31 and September 1,1890, sell excursion tickets •• from Chicago to' St. Paul and return at rate of $8.00 for the'roand trip, good for return passage until September 15. with privilege of further extension to September. SO, 1896. For tickets and full Information apply ; to agents of. connecting lines, or address A, H. Waggoner, T. P. A., 7 Jackson Place, Indianapolis, Ind. Elmer WflXotrts, of Andrews, employed as a "Wabash: railway bipakemain, was struck by a swlitch^tand while holding to a car ladder, and was severely, If not faitally, hurt. ' ; St. Joseph Is B.most delightful resort during this extremely torrid weather. Fare for the round trip, $2.00. Train leaves Vandallu station'-at 7:00 «J' ro. ivery Sunday. ' . .' , .- Oaivini Armstropig, the defaulting dopu|ty treasurer of Tipton county, having eerved a term of Imprisonment, lias gome to Join hits f aithoi- to Tennessee. It doesn't matter much whether. Btok bcadacbe, biliousness, indigestion, and constipation are caused by neglect or >y nnavoidable clrcnmstances^ DeWitt's Little Barry Risers will speedily cure them sjl'.-J'no/M. Johnston. Hog cholera prevails near Hagere- town. Maiy Carmere have lost entlire YOS, whB-e others, drelaidtog. the scouTg«, ihave hurried thali- hogs off to market, Mrs. Fred Nekterm'eyer, '[ of Posey cauntyj white drawling a bucket of water, fell Into the family cistern aad was drowpied. She was sixty' yeara old. j Subscribe (for The Journal. G. A. R, AT ST. PAUL. Special. Ratea via Pennsylvania Lines for National Encampment. August 30th, and 31st and Septembe: 1st are the dates upon, which low rati 'round trip tickets' to St. Paul will bi sold via Pennsylvania Lines, the tshor route through Chicago. Tickets will bi good returning until September 15th inclusive, and if deposited with th Joint agent ait St. Paul on or before September 15, the return limit will be ex tended to Include September SOth. Th rates for this occasion- will be excep tloually low via Pennsylvania Lines the only system of railways over whicl trains run from Western Pennsylvania West Virginia, Ohio and Indiana to Chi cago Union Station, the natural gate way from those States to the Northwest Dally trains from Pittsburgh, Colum bus, Cincinnati, Indianapolis and Louis ville make convenient connection a Chicago with StJ Paul trains. Arrange ments may be made by G. A. R. Fqste or parthrj of friends to travel..togethe: on special trains or special cars that will go through from starting point to th Encampment without change, If the number Justifies It. Information on the subject will be cheerfully furnished by representatives of the Pen'neylvan! Lines. TAKE TOUR VACATION NOW. Go to the picturesque Mackinac Island via the D. & C. (Coast Line}. It only coste ?13.50 from' Detroit, $15.50 from Toledo, $18.00 from Cleveland for thi round trip, Including meals and bertha Tickets good for GO days, bicycles car ried free. One thousand miles of lake nnd river riditag on new modern stce steamers for the above rates. . Send 2 for Illustrated pamphlets. Address, A A. Schantz, G. P, A., Detroit. .MEETING, KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS Unlfonra Rank, Cleveland, O., Augns 23 to 30, 189G. Tlie Wabash will sell tickets August 22, 23, and 24 to Cleveland, at one fare for the ronnd trip .with choice of routes by rail or laXe Tickets, will be good to return to .a-nc Including Augue t 31, 1806. For full particuitars inquire of W.abash Ticket .Agent. . "BIG FOUR" TO ST PAUL. On account of the Thirteenth En campment G. A. R., at St Paul, Mian; Sept, l.to 4; the Big Four route will sell tickets at one cent per mile froni stations on its lines. Tickets good going August 30 and 31 and September 1- good returning until September 15, with privilege of extension until ; September 30,1806, See nearest agent for partleu lars as to routes. : CHEAP EXCURSIONS TO THE WEST AND NORTHWEST. On August 4, 18, September 1, 15, 29, October 6 and 20, 1896,. The North- Western Line (Chicago & North-Western R'y) will sell Home Seekers; excursion tickets at very low rates to a large number of potnte in the west and northwest. For full information apply to ticket agents of connecting lines.or address W. B. Knlskem, G. P. & T. A., Chicago, 111. ' • ' : WABASH LOW RATE. . Homeseckars Excursion,. August 18, September 1, 15, 29, .and October 6 and 20, 1896. Tickets will be sold at one fare for the round trip pliis $2.00 from Logansport to points In the west, .south and southwest For full particulars Inquire of Wabash .ticket agent, i EXCURSION TO :NIAGARA FALLS. On August 18 the : Wabaflh:.. Railroad company,' will .run a jcjheap' excursion to Niagara Foils! by. special train. .Rate from, Logansport ten .,($10) .dollars fpr the round trip. -Return limit three days from date of sale. C. G. NEWELL, Agent. Don't trifle away time when you have cholera morbus or diarrhoea. Fight them in the beginning .with.DeWltt's Colic & Cholera Cure. Ton: don't have to wait for results. They are instantaneous and it leaves the bowels In healthy condltion.-Jno. M. Johnston.. BtrCKLEN'S ARNIOAJ3ALVBJ. : The best salve In the world *oi cuts, brulses,>ores, ulcers, salt rbeum, fever •ores, tetters, chapped .hands., chilblains cores and all skin eruptions and positively cures.piles or no pay required. It IB guaranteed, to ,glve p-Tfect satisfaction or money refunded. Price • 25 eenta per. boi. For sale by B. F. ' '' • ODiSBASES OP THE SKIN. ' . Th« intense itching Rnd'eraartinK ind . lent to »cz«ma, tetter. nJt-rheum, ana other diseases of the skin is instantly allayed; by ~ChamWUin's - : Eye and Skin ••ffiiioi'l ntment ' : Mtuiy 'V«r>' bad'cMes have .been permanently Hcu'redl by iti 1 . It' is -equally efficient tor Itchintf pile* itaA* bybritetemr edy:f6i;-86reintppleaj: dumped /h«™lB/:chil- bUlns,- iroat<,bite^'j»ndi chronfo tutpefta. . aieuU whnt afiorei needs w tioi ; Verm tfug« Tn'epries of cure may be'dlacussed at length .by'.physlcians, bot the sufferers, want •'..- quick relief; and One Mlnuts; Oongh Cure will give It to .them. A safe core for chiidrenV It to "tbe;T)nly hannleSB reme43y that produces Immedl- at« re»nlts."-JiH>/ M. Johnston: ; : EXCURSIONS FOB: INDIAN APOLIS: ' '• ' " " ... . .. „•-. .. Aug. Sth— 22d via Pennsylvania Unies.i Low round trip rales in, effect from; LoganBport for the'race^ at: Indtann-.; s, rctum coupons vaiM Xugust 23,; ' ARTHUR SEWALL'S LIFE. Dcmacriitto Vloe Freildenclml . JXi •-bhrowit Bailne»i A Arthur.Sewall wa« born in Bath, Mo. in 1S3S. He beam his three ecorc years Be if tlicy' were but 45. lie U o medium height, rather stoait bii riiddy fnced, keen-eyed and generally well preserved. . From the days he left school, carl; In, t)he>-'50, to the present he has been devoted to shipbuilding. His father before lum, William D. Sewall, opcmct up his ishipyards In Batib, Me,, in JS25 and from the landing of the first chub by, little Diana, in that year down- to the time the great «teel steamer Dirigo WB« put afloat in 1804 the house o" ARTHUR SEWALL. Sewall has led the country in design for merchant vessels, aJid to-day the house of Sewall & SOUK owns the largest sailor merchantmen nflbnt. The. SewaJls are an'old and ; well- known'family on both sidos of the water. The first American Sewail cainf tx> this couutry in 1654, James Sewall. grandfather of the shipbuilder, fougat in tlie revolution. He went from Yorlt, iJc., to Bath, in 1762, and purchased the u^LCt of land on which U) this day is located the,.Sewall ship-yards nnd the houses of the Sewall family. It is now 71 years since the Sewalls began building ships, and;during that time they have owned 95 of'them."" Jn politics Mr. Scwal! has bet'D a lifelong 1 democrat. 1 He never voted'any ol.hcr ticket, and for tiie' past eight years has been Maine's representative on tJie democratic natiocul committee uiit.il a few days ago, when l>r. S. H. C Gordon succeeded him. He wae an orig-inol Cleveland man and followed the oiiireer of 'ih'e'Buffalo statesman.'jp until a couple -ot years' afro, notwithstanding the fact that be shared something of the protection views of tlie late Samuel ,T. Randall. '-,. Ever iisiM'ce/'thfi greenback victory Vfiich'swept over MaJne. Mr, Senyall has .been, a close student of the financial-question. It w*vs Jlr. Sewall's free coinage pro- diviti«« which,led his fellow delegates to leave Kim off tJie national committee. .. -.•',• , . '. . ' In i8iO'»Mr:' Se'wall married' Eniily Duncan CrooUcs, daughter of Q prominent citizen of Bath. Three children were born, to them, Harold M. Sewall, fpi-mer tonnul-general to Samoa, \Vil- iiaiu D. Bewail, a junior member of the sikipbuilding firm,.ara3 Dunimer Sewall. who died in infancy. Harold Sewall wns" »ent to Samoa at the time of the SanioaD ^outbreak, by President Cleveland. Later he became' a republican and at the recent convention- in St.- Louis ho headed a Reed republican club from Bath.' ' ' HIS FACE HAS CHANGED. Cu'dldkto BrjM Dow Not took N»w M " B* Did • Few Wo«k« Ago. ThU is the new face of William Jennings Bryan, democratic nominee for. president. It will not be recognized very. i^adily,,by.. those-.who knew, him wheriiie viioii.'nb't is fainous as heMa to-, BRYAN'S ; LATEST PICTURE. day. It is not the faoo he wore as eon-; rreesroan. It Is not the face he wore as; Iditor. It is the face that came to him; vhen he stood up in the. Coliseum and; CDCW that the climax of his life was at, land. The old-timo smile, says the! Chicago Times-Herald, left -.Wil)iam< renniugs Bryan forever when he began o make that speech. The soft lines of iis kindly countenance were wiped: >ut, and in their place came those that; are here to-day—those that mean trag-' edy, seriousness and "an entirely new! ife. Stern, unrelenting and almost! iercc are the different expressions- mingled'ln' J thlB:riew.'face; There is noth-i ng .left .of .the boy- orator of the.P)&tte,j 'he-inan-wh^has seen bis fate has com*; nd' .the>new"fttce suits, hii^.'t ,3Thfs';ls;'a; copy 'oi the photograph of Mr. Bryan,; -^eniby'KWce & Cobver, CKfcS"go,'July; „. The famouB man was Just starting:: rut to face., the. .men and -wromen over! •horn he wants to"rule. Be"sot in the 1 ,' aHery. and, this is th* picture that was! ^ewetoped-i 'CompTaW- it 1 "with' ^the 1 old-. time portraits of the,nominee,,taken . ,tto.fiice,,butith$y.,.M»,.no!t>M; Ba*h*r, ( eo. . , ( , he yiar. thai are »dd«d to • man's Hf«J wh«a he> ftaced by B 1: ' They All Come Back ";" There axe fads in .medicine as well as in other'things," said a basy drugpist, "but the most remarkable thing about Hood's Sawt- pftrllla is that customers who try other remedies all come 'back to Hood'*, and this is why the enormous sales of this great medicine ••• keep up and continue the • ^whole year ronnd, steady • \f BK a clock. "Why is Ht" "O- simply becauso Hood's SarMparilla has mow real curative merit than any medicine I ever sold." This Is of daily occurrence In almoit every drug store. Hood's Samparllla has cured more sickness, and made more happiness through restoration to health than any other medicine. Hood's Sarsaparilla I» the standard—th« One True Blood Purifier." u j < n< • f HOOd S PlllS »re the only pills to taka A SHORT JOURNEY TO CALIFORNIA IN ' FIRST CLASS STYLE The Southern Pacific Co. "SUNSET LIMITED" TRAIN. iver the Sunset Route— New Orleans to Los Angeles and San Francisco. , Was discontinued April leth. Tb9 cperlor accommodations given tt» irut number of patrons of the above r»ln during the past tourist season, «s,rrants" the announcement of plans •«r next season of finer service with •qolpment superior . to. 'ianjthlnjf'^et {•own In tranKcontlnental trtfBci '- : Look for earty re-Inauguration of UUNSET LIMITED" this falL For Home Seekers. The Southern Pacific Oo. "Sunset «oiite" in connectIon;Witt Iho ;"Qu«eD ind Crescent' Route" are running tbe wly line of : tbrough tbnrtat PuUman Sleepers leaving Cincinnati every Thnrsday evenln^for Los Angeles and : *An, Francisco. \:rhese eTCUrelons aw sr^eclally con- iucted, and the object Is if enable thost who dp not care; to buy the^'flrst^clans onnd trip or one way tickets, to enjoy v . comfortable ride with sleeping car privileges and no change of cars at th« *«ry low second-class-rate. Kor further Information, address W. 3. CONNOE. Commercial Aft 8. P. 99., Cincinnati, O. .. , W. J G.' XEIMYER. G/W. 'Agt^ S7P. 4*., Chicago, 111. 8. f. MORSE, G.; P. A.-T./Aft-STR to., "Ne w Orfeans, LA. ....... rwioa PAILT^BAMBBS TO .CHI- •AQor coimijbTiN THH VANDAtlA WAY Beginning May 25th and continuing sntll about Sept. 30th the steamers of this line will make two trips each way dally between St Joseph and Chicago, •n the following schedule: ; ': Leave St. Joseph at 430 p. m. and ^0 p. m., daily. Including Sunday. • Leave Chicago at 0^0 a. m. and 11^0 »..m., dally, including Sunday. Extra trips- on Saturday leave St Joseph at I a: m., and leave Chicago at 2 p. m. Bunnlng time across lake 4 hours. TrI-weekly" steamers -to MHwankee, isavlng St Joseph Monday, Wednesday utd Friday evenings. The equipment of. this line includes the side wheel steamers City of Chicago and City of Milwaukee (the largest and •nest west of Detroit), and the newly. rebuilt propeller City of Louisville. Service first-class. Connections with all fandalla trains. Tickets on sale at all fandalla Line statloos. Chicago dock fsot of Wabash avenue. - • J. H. GRAHAM, Pres., Ben ton Harbor, Mich, Jofng For A .akeTrip? " ' You'll fully enjoy all of'lto delight, . if youtakoooooftho ,KE HICHIGAH;AHD LAKE SUPERIOR TRAHSrXJRTAirOK CO'S EGANT STEAMSHIPS, ii OUCH* ud MMklMC noHi' AND'-fcAKI

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