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Logansport, Indiana
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Sunday, August 16, 1896
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Gladness Comes W ith* better understanding of the transient nature of the many phys- •iMl Ills, which vanish before proper cf- - - -gentle efforts—pleasant efforts— flMitly directed. There is comfort in fee knowledge, that so many: forms of sjlakness are not due to any actual dis- 4Me, but simply to a oonstiputcdcona ; Mon of the system, which the pleasari. fcmily laxative, Syrup of Figs; promptly wmoves. That is why itisthe'only tmedy with millions of families, and is '•wry where esteemed so higHy by all who value good health. Its beneficial •ffecte are due to the fact, that it is the •Be remedy which promotes internal aJtstili-"-" without debilitat'ug the «mn» on which'it acts. It is therefore •11 Important, in order to get iU bcne- teial effects, to note when you pur- ttni-y that you have the genuine arti- .<•»», which is manufactured by the Crtli- -lamia Fig Syrup Co. only and sold by ••11 r?putable druggists. • -M In the enjoyment of good health, Jttd tho system 'is regular, laxatives .or «lher remedies arc. then not needed. If ••Ucted with any actual disease, ona — 7 bo commended to the most'skiHfnl rsic'ians, but if in need of a laxative, ™_j should have the best, and ; with the •jSMll-informed everywhere, Syrup of ,Wf»»tands.highest ii"n<l is most largely **' land gives must general satisfaction. Keep Cool by Using THE KELLEY rtli ^ owfr ^ RING Hot Water . , . . Proof Hose |8E*pr.ssid, 20c. Prevents Wetting Head . floor or Walls. Hornless Water Closets, --'CS-" S*nd for Catalogue Proof Water Clo«et«, Self-Actlng Water Closets. Kellj Stop »nd Waste Cock. TMOS. KELLY & BROS., No. 301 Madison Street, Chicago. 8. P. KLOTZ, PASTOR U. B CHURCH. . .Waterloo, ind., Sept 8,180C. , Pepsin Syrup Co.: . Dear Sir:—I have been afflicted over (twenty years with dyspepsia or sour •tomacb. I have tried different, reme- Mem without much ;beneflt Elnally. 1 kongbt a 10-cent bottle of Syrup Pep•In and found that It benefltted me. 1 am oonvlnced thot.lt wlir do what It .!• recommended when taken according «• dtrectloris. I haV«» taken nearly one bottle and feel Ifte a different porson. 8. P. ; KLOTZ.. For, sale by : B. F. Keesllng.' • dUHMER TOURS .'.VIA'-" FOUR" TO THE JlOtlNTAlNS, LAKES and SpASHORES Solid Vestlbuled Trains With Wagner Sleeping Gars ' • ' ' - t« Mew M and Boston from St, Louis,-Peoria, Indianapolis, Cincinnati, Dayton, Columbus, via CLEVELAND AND BUFFALO "The Knickerbocker Special." "The Southwestern Limited." .Six Terminals at the Great Lakes. Chicago, Beaton Harbor, Toledo JJetrolt, Sandusky. Cleveland Tourist Rates In all Directions. E; O. McCormick, ; < •,.','' pass. Traffic'Manager. ' . •'•'. D. B. Martin, ' Gcnl. Pass and Ticket Agent. Poison Ivyi Insect bltes,> bj-utoos, «caldfl, burns, ore quickly, cured (by De- Wltfs Witch Haeel Salve, the great pile' ' ' GKEAT WATEE WHEEL. California OIty> NewBleotrioLlffht and Power Plant. Th« Bonro* of Supply I* DUtant Forty MUet from Fresno Where the Power Ii to Bo Utilized—Deiorlp- tlou of the Byitem. Fresno, Col., is about to celebrate the completion of an electric light and poTver plant which is the result'"of years of planning' and a year of active work. ' "The streets of the "Kaisin City" will have lumps of 2,000 candle power each in all directions, burning frdto dusk till dawn every night in, the .year.. It will be the best lighted city in the state and the cheapest service. Nearly every Ktenni engine in the city will be replaced us soon as the- machinery can be pat in, find arrangements ore'iJrendy under way to apply electricity to cooking and heating. ..And all ..this comes from.* •water power more than 30 miles away. On account of the great elevation of the water und the pressure obtainable, it is possible to operate the plant with a stream which at first'seems insignificant. The source of supply, says the Chicago Kecord, is among tho mpun-. tains of-Mod-era county, 46 mile* from Frcano, in an air Hne, but more than 50 by the road. The north fork of the Son "josKfuin river has its numerous sources among mountains from : 5,000 to 12,000 feet high. The streams flow through rocky channels tall they unite • nd form the north fork. At an elevation of 2,500 feet tie water is taken from the channel by a canal, which for some distance is cut in solid rock along the mountain side, and a.t other places Js carried by flumes 1J.11 it reaches a region less rugged. From there it continues SeVerit) miles to the summit of a mountain which juts out, as a bold promontory over t^c tna^njMinjJoaquin river more than ~T,400-foot away. The reservoir on the summit of 1he mountain cpvcrsnight n.w.s, and wa.ter. in it is ten feet deep, its capacity ca.n be greatly increased if occasion requires it. As it is now it con ta.ins sufficient, water <x> drive t.lie machinery of the present installation 30 days. Should the reservoir embankment give way 400-HORSE .POWER WATER WHEEL,.. the machinery need not be stopped. A canal leads around the reservoir and connects directly 'with, the pipe down the mountain, and. ; the reservoir caa be dispensed with if necessary. It is in the line of 'pipe which conveys the water irom tho reservoir to tho. jx>wer house, at fie foot of the inoun- tain. .rather than in the-canal and reservoir, tha-t the chief interest • lies. Large pipes are metVith often, but they are small, compared with this one, car-. ryiDg'water from 'a precipice 1,410 feet in perpendlcular.hcight; .It must be of stronger construction than any .boiler made. . '.'•/' • The steel in the pipe U one-fourth of an- inch thick dt.the' upper end, grad-; ually increasing -jnntil.it reaches, the bottom, where it is •.seven-eighths > of .an. inch. J; The pressure' at the receiver 1 , is 610 pounds to the 'square' liichi exceeding several; times the. pressure .consid-. ered dangerous In B' steam -boiler. At the top the pipe IB £4 inches in diameter,;, but. as water runs -faster under greater pressurei- the pipe' gradually decreases, untirat the receiver it is only 20 inches. • Immense wire cables anchor the pipe to-the solid roc-k of the mountain so .It cannot Blip. '."'... After the. i,900-feet,of pipe were completed • It' was necessary to paint the in- lid'e, 1 'and the only way to'do tihte.wac to send a man.tJirough it. A San Fron- CIBCO boilerrnaker finally aBBurned - the- work-. : A sled was '.made .that would pass .through this pipe -'from. the. top. It wals loaded with paint,' brushes, water, food and candles 'and prepared with ropes, and. pulleye to control the jour: ney.' It was found, impossible to, do the work in the day time,; because : of the roasting heat made in the pipe by the sun's beams on, the metal. The power house at the foot of tho mountain is -built of • granite. Her(> ore. placed the \yheela and dynnmoo. . ,. ... At the lower' end of the pipe Is: the large steel receiver; out of which pro-:' |ect the'nozzlefl that 'furnish, water for ie wheels; The nozzles are of deflect- ng pattern, with about one inch orifloo, and arc made of phosphor bronze. The: nozzle ifl fastened into .the receiver by a ball-and-socket -joint, and is so arranged by means .of- a differential governor that when: the waterwheeV re-. volvcs too rapidly the.'-ndzzle. is deflected, .and when the speed; falls ,too;low, the nozzle.ifl turned:back.to.dpliver its lull force against the buckets of the wheel. .-'-'."'.•' ~ The wnterwheeis ore very strong, but •cry light. '• Their general appearance s' that' of heavy circular ;.saws, with arge cup-like, dfciks. r ' These .'disks; or rackets' are 1 close, together, "_and made.' of p4oaphpr' : branze/; l rh(3 ^heels'- re-' '' '' 1 ' ' ' -' vblv'e'flOO , ., . . -, The»- : fyWt a' cogXnpra; belt'ln the; power Koine,' and;'«cc*pt' : the;ix>a.r.o : f rater on the wheeUi^acarcely a sound * heard, ao perffyetly te-all the mftchin- ery-edjufited. .Each- dynamoi develop* 400jhorae-pow«, -i Space k iproTWedtfor- ddttVnaa {dynamo* : when M«d<«J, ^ MARVELOUS RESULTS. From a letter written by Rev. J. Gun derman, of Dimondnle,:.Mlch., we are .permitted to make this extract: "I hav no liestitatlon' In recommending Dr King's New Discovery, as .the results were almost marvelous in the case of my wife. Wbile I was pastor of tlie Baptist" Church at Rives Junction she was brought down with pneumonia sue ceedins la grippe. Terrible paroxysm* of coughing would last hours with little interruption and it eeomed as If she could not survive them. A. friend reo ommended Dr. King's New Discovery it was quick In Its work and highly sat .Isfactory In results." Trial-bottles free at B. F. Keesldug'e drug store. Regulnr size 50c and 51.00. ' .The retail grocers of Terre Haute made common war upon.-the peddlers and.the. latter have retaliated by filing many scores of affidavits, charging the 'grocers with obstructing the sidewalks in the display of goods. ELECTRIC BITTERS. Electric Bitters is a medicine suited for any season, but, perhaps more gen erally needed when the languid, exhausted feeling prevails wlien the liver Is .torpid and sluggish and the need of a tonic and alterative is f«lt. A prompt use of this medJciue has often averted long and perhaps fatal, billons 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. BOc and $1.00 per bottle at B. F. Keesllng's 'drug store John Bope and Joseph Martin, in at tempting to move a traction engine accross a bridge over Mud Creek, in Hamilton township, Delaware county were carried down by the breaking of the bridge and badly Imrt. • If you have ever seea 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 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. Monroe Jackson, near Bartle charged with attempting to criminally assault Miss Daisy Bowerman, has been committed for trlal. v Following his arrest there were threats of lynching. FOB OVBE FIFTT TEARS. KM. Wlnsiows Soothing Syrup has •een used for over fifty years/by million* of mother* 'for theJr children while teething, with perfect success. It soothes the child, softens the gums, tllays all pain, curei wild colic, and li the best-remedy for diarrhoea. It will relieve the.poor little sufferer Immediately. Sold by druggists In every part of the,world.. Twenty-ftve .cents • bottle;, . Be i Bare and art. for I'^Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing i Syrup." and ;take i« other kind.' " '• •." |J ' •The -Ehyood Steel Forge . Company has closed'down because, of lack of, orders.) -The ; plant has been ,In- constant operation until the present, time since ; lt was completed two years'ago. power . St. Joseph is a most delightful resort during this :extr.emely torrid weather. Fare for the.round trip,:$2.00. Train; leaves : -Vandalitt station at 7:00 -sv m;' every : Sunday., . ' ' " : Dr. J.H. Wilson, presiding elder of, the Valparaiso M. E. district, having resigned because "bf •• ill ''health;- '-Dr. Samuel Beck, of .South Bend has been appointed to the-vacancy. 1 "' ,. Many a day's work Is lost by sick ; headache \cirused'by Indigestion and 1 stomach "troubles. DeWltt's Little, Barly.Rlse'rs are the moat effectual pill- for' overcoming' such difficulties.—Jno. 'M.-Johnston. • • . , ; ..: Two- oltT Jocomoltlves, ready for the scrap pille, awned by the New Albany' : & Ooirydoju cpmpaiiy, ' willl mix In a' Jiead-om oollliairti : on the 26th, Inst'at the- Corydom fair. "Boys .will ;be. boys," but you can't, afford to. lose any of them. Be ready 1 for the green apple ,'aeason by' haying DeWlit's CoUc & Cholera Cure. In the honsc.-Jno. M. Johnston.'.'" ...... : A gpnorai stulbe otf'miners Jm tjie : viclin- ity of Erapsvllle, is toimlnent beoaiuse of the d«temjirnaittani r oi tlhie operajtors to pay. : but'00 cents. ,Thti*e mJws are alv roaidy clased.. ..... . ;:.... • .- ,' : The wihote system is drained and undermined by Indolent ulcers anfl open sores. DeWItfs" Wlteh;,;'HaM» SalTe speedily -lioata them, lit-to ttw beat pile 'cure tewwn.-^noT il: : Joteiatoo,. : '' : •' Christian Deihm of. Ft.. ..Wayne' was overcome by the heat, dying after re- moval'to'the hospital.. •-•-':.':'•.•; '••'•'-'•>: -.•;:.' PICHREDBLOODK thefoon. f% dation of good health. That ii why Hood'i 8ftrs»parflls; : PURELY VEGETABLE. The Clienpcst, Purest »nd Host Family Medicine in tho.-.Worlcl!. ' AN EFFECTUAt SPECIFIC for all diseases oi' the Liver, Slomnch :, and Bplc?n. Regulnto the Liver 'and prevent CHILLS AND FEVER, MALARI- OUS FEVERS, BOWEL COMPLAINTS,. RESTLESSNESS, JAUNDICE -^^"^ AND NAUSEA. BAD BREATH) , •" Nothing is to uripleasnn't.'ribthing so common •i bad brcnth, and in nearly every cnso it come from the stomach, and can be no easily corrected if you will uvkc SIMMOXS LIVER REGULATOK Do not neglect to secure a remedy for thu re pulsive disorder. It will also improve your •ppetite, complexion ontl'gener»> bealth. PILES I How many suffer torture day after day, m»k Ing'Ufe a burden and robbing existence'.of ol pleasure, owtiiR to tlie secret suffering iron: Piles. Yet relief is roudy to the Imnd of almos any one who will use systematically the remedy that ha> permnncmly cured thousands. bIM MONS LIVEH RECULATOK ia no drastic, violea purge, but a gentle assistant to natur*, , CONSTIPATION • SHOULD not be regarded as a triflinsf ailment—in fact, nature demands tin utmost r!V<*nty of tho bowels, and «ny deviation from this demand paves the way often to serious danger. It is quite as necessary to .remove impure: accumulations .from; the bowels as it is to cat or sleep, and i no health'can be expected whert 1 a costive habit of. body prevails. SICK HEADACHE! •This distrtssinu'affliction, 'occurs most fr» fluently. The disturbance of the stomach, arls ing'from the imperfectly -digested contents, causes a severe pain in the head, accoiupaniec with disagreeable nausea, and this constitutes wTiat Is popularly known as Sick Headache; for the relief of:'which TAKE SIMMON*. LIVEB REGULATOR. MANUFACTURED ONLY BY J. H. ZEILIN * CO.. Philadelphia, Pa. MEETING, KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS Ualifomi Rank, Cleveland, O., Augnsi 23 to 30, 1S06. The Wabash will sell tickets August 22, 23, and 24 to Cleveland, at one fare for the round, trip with choice of routes by rail or lake Tickets wiM be good to return to and Incliufliing Angus t 31,. 1S8G. For full particulars inquire of Wabash Ticket Agent • ' • •-.'••• "BIG FOUR" TO ST. PAUL. On account of the Thirteenth ED campmejjt G. A. R., at St Paul, Minn. Sept. 1 to 4, the Big Four, route will sell tickets at one cent per mile from stations on.Jte lines. Tickets good going August 30 and 31 and September 1; good returning until September 15, w'th privilege of extension until September 80,1SOO. See nearest agent for partlcu 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 SeeKcra* excursion tickets at very low ratee to a large number of points in the west and northwest. For full Information apply tu ticket agents of connecting lines or address W. B. Knlskem, G. P. & T. S., Chicago/ 111.. WABASH LOW RATE. Homeseekers Excursion, August 18, September 1, 15, 29, and October 6 and 20, 1896. Tickets will be sold at one fare for th« round trip plus $2.00 from Logansport to points in the west, south and southwest For full particulars Inquire of Wabash ticket agent. EXCURSION TO NIAGARA FALLS. On:August 18 the Wabaah Railroad company will run a cneap excursion.to Niagara Falls, by special train.: Rate from Logansport ten ($10)- dollars for the round'trip. Return limit three days from date of ealo. . ' C. G. NEWELL, Agent. Don't trifle away time when you Jiave oholera .morbus' or ; diarrhoea. Fight them jn- the; beginning wdth DeWltt'B Colic & Cholera Cure. You don't have to wait for results.: They are Instantaneous and- .it leaves, the ; bowels In healthy condition.—Jno; M.Johnston. BUCKLBN'S ARNICA SALVIt The best salve In the .world Toi cuts,- orulses, wres; ulcers, salt rDenm. fever lores,, tetters, chapped nandg. ckllblalns «orM and all: skin eruptions and' posl- Hvely. cures piles or no pay; required, tt Is. guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded. Price 26 eentt per box., For-sale by B. F. Keesllng. •-.- .-' v ;'- -' ' "• • . '' '.-'^ Trieorles ot'cure may;be dlscuseod at [engtih. by, physicians, bnt the sufferers want 'quick relief;; 'and One' Minute Congh Cure ; will give It to -them.,' A safe cure : for -children, it Is "the only lannlesa remedy that produces Immediate resuJts."-^Jno. M. Johnston. IXCURSIONS FOB INDIANAPOLIS : . . • RACES., ' . ' .' ..,!-:'. Aug.: Sth— 22d via Pennsylvania Unes. v Low round : .trip rates' to effect ftbm: Loigaaspdrt, for the races ; at Indiana- 1 p61i», Tetuni' cbupoBB valid; August; : :23,' ' ' . , The .Good Citizens League at Je'ffer- sonville is moving against violators of the Nicholson law. .•'-,--..' It doesn't matter much: whether sick o^eB^ '^idlgation; and | '"aire' caoBed : by "neglect.or bj^ "ijiM'voldable clrOTin^c»V P.*-": •Witty'ttttte;B3arly'..Rtoeni will TEST SEEMS SUCCESSFUL. ttolman Frletlon-Gnarcd Locomotive O* '• •'" ' velops. Tremendous HpoccL The trciiicnclous speed of over 94 :;iiics on hour ..'was reached at the trin-l of 1h' H6lii;;iu friction-genred locomo'.ivi dra\viujr u- train over tlie trucks of tl\ South Jersey railroad at Cape May, j\~ J., the other afternoon. The speed rlit •not,'however, meet the expectations o Inventor Jloimnn, who is bent upon eeuding: the eng-ine aloug at the rato o 100 milns ao hour. He declares that tinj good, well-built engine can be roaOc to go at the rnte of nearly two miles a minute if equipped with the friction gearing. The run was made under difiicuitics The attempt io run a long distance bat to be abandoned and only 12 miles v.-as covered. The time elapsing- from tli- xnomcnt ths lever was opened until (he train came to a Btop was exactly 1! micutes. In the middle of the r>m a speed of 94 7-10 miles an hour was attained. Th<> engine drew a tender am .two ordinary conches. The cars were filled with interested persons and news paper men. The speed during 1 the run vi-ae terrific and the wind whistlec through the cars like a cyclone. The engine worked smoco'hly and started and stopped without shock. There will be another test and it. is expected a run of 37 miles will be made The coa.l consumption in making the run is said not to hnve been as great as that of an ordinary locomotive making n eimilr.r trip. The inventor, William J. Holmun, is a Minneapolis man. SAMOAN QUEEN IN NEW YORK Travels Through the Oultetl Stalflu on Her Wny Back to South Sea laliindn. The North German Lloyd steamship Lahn brought to New York Ihe other day a real live queen. In. private life she is simply Mrs. Paul Kolbe, but in the state affa'irs of Bismarck island, one of the New Britain group, she is Queen Emma. In appearance Queen Emma, is somewhat similar io that other oceanic royalty, Queen Liliuokalani. She is stout and somewhat older .than her husband, a former-officer in'the German army During-herl rule the practice of cannibalism lias been discontinued as injurious to the public health. When the queen was approached by a reporter she beamed a comprehensive and condescending emile. "I am tra-velin'g quite incog," she said, "and with no.other intention than to visit my sister, Mrs. J. M. Malcolm,'ol Havct&'ll], Mass. T am a retiring queen, you -know,"and only a poor,' h islander." ' ". ' '.-, r'..':',-. TJie! qtieen'a father w;as John Coe..nr American who settled in Apia: When of age the queen married a Capt. Farrell, who" met her.'.on"'a trading; voyage.;, Ii due tijiie.'the captain went, his way.an^ the queen married a Mr-.TVirsaytli., The latter following Capt,'F.arrel!, s'ne innfr rieAMr; Kolbe. ,'.,; , ,'. , -'. , _..' The 'queen' is rich'and in all the p'rin- cipnl"ports of the world she maintains agency for the sale of island ucts. ' ' .' • . GUNBOAT MICHIGAN. WIU Be U»ed for DTUUn« the Naval. HU> . . ' Itbt of Illinois ... The Cnitied' Sta-tcs gunboat Michigan arrived the other morning and dropped anchor inside the- breakwater offl Madison street shortly after daylight. The Michigan made a leisure trip up from Detroit, where she has been used in'drilling the naval militia of MJclii- gon for the past two weeks, and cornea to Chicago to perform tlie same friendly offices for the volunteer naval, militiar men of Illinois . . The r Michigan is one of -tlie'oldeit boats in the United States navy, and is in command of Lieut,' Commander E. H.' C.' Leiitz. -"She is the'.only warship of'any, description tha-t. th.e 'United Sta&s' ina.lntadna. upon ,ttie"grea.t lakes, nbd 'has been, for, some .time-1past'..en- gaged." li', the', peaceful'.Occupation.; of making a survey, of Lak.e 'Erie':;, She. ia of'the old style., sidc'wheel, model; but h'as'recently..been, 'fitted..wi'th a new battery'. of ;.'gw»',tliat!JEljJMf tier an exceedingly menacing; appearance.. -.The new guns will be used in.dnllihg, thfl men of the naval militia,, ,.Her..new.al> maroent is as follows.', '.^our.six-poujid- er Dfjggs-Schroeder,. rapU-'flre ,, J?Vns, two .frlx-poundei: HotchUiss .'fapii-fire gurisi" and. .two'' bne-pounder. Hotchkis» rapld-flre.guns.. .. ,-...-., .-: , .-.,,. Comnmhcler Ix»ijtz says the-null tia- jncn will be "given exactly the snn»e drill that sailors, receive on .board, . Uncle Sam's warships. .^ . ; ; . ; • - v rtiotogr»ph 8ocl»l«- Photographic socials are the latest ad In the way"of cHurcK entertainments in Missouri.' ' lEacb'w'omJan pres- •nf iB^expccted to bring'with' her a pic- ure-'of herself taken in.childhood, an<l, ,h«'men undertook to pick outjthe.brig-. nals'from the pictures; rvi'd are reward-*d wlti j the privilege of b'uying supper '.or them. ';; ' , ' Slept on the Ground. It'is.stated that nearly. 1,00(1 person* slept in the open about Epsom,Downs the night before the Derby. , Should Use IT IS fl SUPERB TONIC and exerts a ;.%o.ndcrjEul influence- in strengtiiening: ; ; cher - system - by driving'lhrobgh the proer chan Etnetiotti ar« cuaranwed w rwutt from ite use. " ^jpffjK'wSBfSsrj Mii*tti» wnJuwico.vitu*Ti.«i. ***^:*mte#x^»^^ ^?^MS5 Made end Merit' Mai utains the confidence of the people in' Hood 'B Sarsaparilla. IJ ft medicine cnrcs you when sick^iJ it make* wonderful cures every where, then beyond all question that medicinepossesses merit. Made That is Just the truth about Hood'a:8«r- sapulUa. We know it possesfes merit because it cures, not once or twice or • hundred times, but in thousands and thousands of cases. We know it cure*, absolutely, permanently, when all others fail to do any good whatever. We repeat Hood's Sarsaparilla Is the best— In fact tac One True Blood Purifier. "77 71 *-»•"• i c ure nausea, Indigestion, rlOOd S FlIlS biliousness, ascents. A SHORT JOURNEY TO CALIFORNIA IN FIRST CLASS STYLE The Southern Pacific Co. "SUNSET LIMITED" TRAIN. Jv«r the Sunset Route—New Orleans to Los Angeles and San Francisco. Was discontinued April 16th. The -uperlor accommodations given tb* »re«t number of patrons of the above •rilh during the past'tourist season, >-arranta the .'announcement of. plant •»r next season of finer aetTlce, with qulpmeut superior to anything yet ..ncwn In transcontinental traffic. Look for eariy re-toaognratlon of •4UNSET LIMITED" thli falL For Home Seekers. The Southern Paclittc ,06. "Sunset tonte" : ,in connection'With .thor"Queen »nd! Crescent. Jtoute?^r«:ninnlng>th« ••nly Mne of through tourist Pullman Sleepers" leaving ••- GlDClnnatil; ^Wf,' Clinrsday evening for LorAngeleffind *»n Francisco. "'.'•;'. ".. . . . , i These. excursions are. s(-*cially. TOH- Incted,ttnd'the object is t^-enable thosu vho : do not:care to:.buy,the :first-clxss •lan* trip-or-'one way-tickets, w enjoy •'•• i comfortable ride ; with"Sleep1ng ; car ,„ »rlvIIegeB and no change of cars at ihe '•ry low second-class rate.' Vot .further Information, address W. I'./CONNOR, Commercial.Agt 8. P. fo., Cincinnati, O. ; --..•:• ; .W. G. NEIMTER, O. W. Agt. 8. P. »«.,, Chicago. Ih. 8. F. MORSE, G. P. * T.-Airt B. ^ .o., New. Orleans, La. . . Graham&Morton TRANSPORTATION CO.; DAILY STBAMHES TO CHICAGO, CONKBCTINa WITH 'THE VANDALIA RAIL- . / • WAY AT «T. JO- 1 . SEPH. ' ' . • ': : • t Beginning May 25th and continuing, antll about Sept, SOth the steamers, of this line will make two trips each way •ally between 8t Joseph and Chicago, M the following schedule: Leave St. Joseph at 450 p. m. ac< 10«0 p. m., dal!y. Including Sunday. Leave Chicago at 9:30 a..m. and 11:80 p. m., dally, Including Sunday.'Ei*ra trips on Saturday leave Bt JJo'seph at I a. m,, and leave Chicago at 2 p. m. Bunnlne time across lake 4 hours. TrI-weekly stcamera to Mtlwankee, (saving St. Josep.V Monday, Wednesday «nd Friday evenings. The equipment of this line Include* Ib'e side.wheel steamers City of Chicago and City of Milwaukee (the largest-and Inest west of Detroit), and the newly. nbnUt propeller City cf Loulsvine. Icrvlce first-class. Connections with,all fandalla trains. Tickets on sale at all fandalla Line stations. Chicago dock t«ot of Wabash. avenue. J. H. GRAHAM, Pres., Benton Harbor, Mich. ioing For A .akeTrip? : You'll fully enjoy all of lt»deJJnbt» . it yoa t»ke ona or the A:vE MICHIGAN ARD LAKE SUPERIOR JRAHSPORTATJOIC CO?S

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