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Logansport, Indiana
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Thursday, August 20, 1896
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Gladness Comes W ith n better understanding of the transient nature of the many physical Uls, which vanish before proper of' forts— gentle effects— pleasant efforts— . jkfhtly directed. There is comfort in Ike knowledge, that so many forms of •tekness uru not dnu to any actual dis- «MB, -but simply to a constipated cond'- ftion of the system, which the pleasure Junily laxative, Syrup of Figs, promptly removes. That is why it is the only jimedy with millionsof families, and is •wywhcre esteemed so highly by all •Who value good health. Its benehcial •fleets are due to the fact, that it is the •Cue remedy which promotes internal •leanliness without debilHat : ug the Otnns on which it acts. It is therefore •11 important, in order to get its bcne- fleial effects, to note when you pur- Awe, that you have the genuine .arti- •le, which is manufactured by the Cali- •fcraia Fig Svvup Co. only and sold by •U'r-sputable druggists. If in the enjoyment of good health, ••ud the system 'is regular, laxatives or •(her remedies arc then not needed. If ^Hicted with any actual disease, one way be commended to the most skinful •afcysicians, but if in need of n. laxative, aae should have the best, and with the -well-informed everywhere, Syrup of .',Jfi«B stands highest and is most largely ..(faed and g-ivec m"«:» jrenoral satisfaction, M»v g. p. KLOTZ. PASTOR D. B. CHURCH. Waterloo, ind., Sept S, 181X5. Fepaln Syrup Co.: Dear Sir:—I have boon afflicted over twenty years with dyspepsia or sour stomach. I b.ive tried different retoe- 41e» without much benefit. Finally I toocht a 10-cent bottle of Syrup Pep- «ln and found that it benofltted me. I am convinced that it will do whut It It recommended whon taken according to directions, t liavftnlcon nearly one 'bottle and feel like a different person. S. T. KLOTZ. For sale by B. F,. Keesllng. SUHMER TOUR5 - VIA "BIG FOUR" TO THE nOUNTAINS, LAKES and SEASHORES Solid Vcstibuled Trains WJtb Wagner Sleeping Cars to Met York and Boston . . • from Bt, Louis, Peoria, Indianapolis, Cinclo- ' natl, Dayton, Columbus, via CLEVELAND AND BUFFALO "The Knickerbocker : Special." "The .Southwestern • Limited." Sir Terminals at the Great Lakes. Chicago, Benton Harbor, Toledo Detroit, Sanduskyi . Cleveland. ' Tourist Rates In all Directions. E, p. McCormlek, ; • Pass. Traffic Manager. D. B. Martin, GenL Pass and Ticket Agent, Keep Cool by Using THE KELLEY Sbower Bath RING Hot Water . , . . Proof Hose $3 Express Ad, 2Sc. Prevents Wetting Head Moor'or Walls. Hornless water Closets, send lor Catalogue ftotl Proof Wattr Clonets, Self-Actlng Water Closets. Kellj Stop and Waste Cock, THOS. KELLY &1BROS., No. aoi Madison Street, Chicago. St. Joseph Is a moet delightful resort anrlng thlB ertremely torrid weather. Fare for the round trip, $2.00. Train Jcarw Vandalla station at 7:00. a. m. •very Sunday. SOLDIER.'S DIRE SALUTE. Col. rowoll PlndB Out u Wlicol 1 * Trlolti and JforBakoH Aincnltlun. Although Col. Powell, n distinguislicd FOlclicr o.C Uncle Sam, stationed at Fort Shoridnn, 111., was recently learning to lido a bicyck', he Ootonnined to be just us much of a soldier ns ever, anil novcr foi-g-ot the militoo-y nmcuities. The colonel ivr.s not yet altojreiher sure of his balance, even on the broad road- \\nys oC the reservation, nnd kept his eye steadily upon the eoni-.se. The.other dav Uii-.iR^'went along so finely that on n s'lis-iit ilo\vu grncle the coloncl'pedaled iiwiiv, e-von to :i scorcher's speed. A sol- dier'pnssed and ffave his superior n sn- !iite. The sturdy colonel never t-houprht af dnnn-er. He never has. True to hi» martial instinct, he ref.irncd the salute. It was a f u till moment when he turned his eye from his wheel. His hand hnd scarcely reached the handle bars nguin •.vhi'.n "the unruly stood whirled asido nnd attacked r.' lamp post. OiY went the cloucrlify cnloiiol, and wheel nnd sol- ciier bocanie mixed up in tho dirt. Though the nolonel WPS wounded in Lcvera! Kpots, he did not surrender. He icentered the engagement lonfr < nongh to roacli tin' surg-con's quarters, nn<1 then several d:iys elapsed before he're- neWL'd the battic. The lampiwst still bears evidence of attack. Col. Powell is riding his wheel again, and such nn enthusiast is he now that ho has even subordinated military discipline to circumstances, lie discreet }-,' returns r.o more- salutes^ The boys in blue ronkc it a point to skirmish iilons his course-as frequently as possible, but the colonel will r.ot be nm- bushCfl. To the most loyal salute he will not take his bond from the tricky machine. II« .just smiles to show how happy he is, g-ivcs a nod of recognition, and scorches 'on, • AN' IMPORTANT DECISION. Cans Which Aftoctn thu IntoroHt ot Every Saving* Dank UopoHltor. Judge Daly, in -ths appellate term o£ the supreme court at New York the other day handed down a decision which is of interest to every savings bank depositor in the country. In it he holds that when a. depositor subscribes to the rules ot a saving:; bank governing deposits, which rules provide that tho presentation of u bank book shall be sufficient, evidence of n.n- •thority to the bank to make any payment to the bearer, such payments shrill be valid when there is no oircum- stance. in connection with the presentation of the pass book to justify suspicion. The decision is in the case- of a depositor of the Citizens' savings brink .against ttnit institution, who had nearly $1,000 on deposit, and which deposit was wi/tidraivn by another person who hnd obtained possession of his pass book. Judge Daly's decision was on nppcal. flic case had been tried twice in the lower courts and in each instance, the decision was in favor of the plaintiff. CAPTURE A MAN-EATING SHARK. Monster Jtiulo Prisoner by Two Fish«r- mcn lit Sonbrlpfht-, N'. J- The cottagers and, hotel guests at Sea- brisht, >.'. J., have been Uilkiog sh:u-k fincc f he other day, when a lively man- cater, 12 feet longs was caught by pound. Jishcvmen Coolc and Kettle. - Tho ?hnrk, which it is believed will weigh a ton after being landed on the beach, \\as uu-ncd into a museum curiosity nnd a tent, erected over him. A lively business was done by his owners. In a j'o\v hours the fishermen had reaped over $-10 by charging nn admission of ten cents. Tho shark is the. first cap- lured in many years in the vicinity of Sea.bripht, and hundreds of guests viewed u shark for the first time. Just what disposition the fishermen will jnakc of the monster is not known, for as long as the curiosity of the people lasts and the shark survive* they will continue to exhibit -him. The, shark is lively and seems to be contented in his new element. . t . _ _ NEW SPECIMEN OF POTATO BUG. Tt Appcarn In South Dakota null IJcvour» tlio Plant. Farmers near Alexandria, S. D., some distance north of Sioux Cit.y, la., report the appearance in that section- of a. potato pest never before seen in the northwest. It is a dark green, bug about half nn inch long, appears jn swarms and settling on the potato patches quickly eats every vine. It is extremely lively and hard to catch and'•whenever \it settles on tho -face or haads raises a blister. Farmers have been killing it by scattering straw in the patches, driving the pest into it by beating the vines and then burning straw and bugs together. Thus far the bugs have not been numerous nor have their ravages extended over a. wide area. Electric Fllhlng. It is said that in Spain electric fishing U to be carried on on a large scale, A Spanish company has taken out patents in Spain covering the use of electric light for this purpose. The same scheme has been tried with some success in'California, where a net was fitted wiflh electric lights. It proved very attractive to the fish, which had previously been rather wary-of entering the nets. ' . Wolf Scalps as Legal Tender. Charles Bryant, of Nevada, la., is a good hunter, who pays his' taxes with wolf scalps, .being legal tender to'the extant of-two dollars each. The other day .he found a hole in which were 11 wolf pups. He says it is. the largest litter he ever got in Iowa, He thinks tho wolves we're -hybrids, a cross between a big timber wolf and a. coyote, which is possible, but improbable. • Wlmt Appearances Indicated. • Two friends met after ari. absence of Eome.years, during .Tvhich time the one had increased In bulk anfl.the other still resembled ''only the '"effigy of 'a'-man. 1 ' Said'thc stout •eeatlcinan;:.' 1 "W'h 1 y; l pick i , you look as if you had not had a dinner aJnca I saw you last." -"And you," re- plied.the other, "look.as if yoivhadbeen,, yt dinner ever since." . , , . -' . - RIGHT AND LEFT Paralyzing blows arc being den.lt :it disease by the great tonic .and regulator, Ilostcttci-'s Stomach Bitters. Fever and ngue, general debility, rh'cu- niiitism, nervous ailments, constipation nud dyspepsia, arc among the maladies for which experience bus proved it a specific. Its work is thorough, its effects five prompt. It is not, however advertised to produce immediate cures though it affords speedy relief, and will, if given a. reasonable trial, such as any standard reiucdy deserves, root out the maladies to which Itis adapted. In emergencies arising in families, it is parlicunlrly serviceable, and it Is esteemed thTOiighont the land as a medicine of comprehensive uses, wholesome vegetable composition and unobjectionable flavor. It has risen to popularity by purely legitimate means, and only well substantiated facts .ire alleged in regard to it. Use it systematically. .7. S. Marsh, manager of the Bargain storft at BlutTton, owned by Mr. Blakcslcy is accused of, taking jfiiijO and leaving for parts unknown. Suit, lias been brought against Mr. Marsh's i,'st;ite to recover the loss. Six weeks ago I suffered witb a very severe 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 Yolks Zeituug I procured a bottle, nnd ,'ifter taking it a short while was entirely well I now most heartily recommend this remedy to anyone suffering with a cold. Win, Keil, C78 Shelby Avc., St Paul, Minn. For eale by B, F. Kceeling, druggist Ed. D. Carlin and Cora B. Holmes, each only seventeen years old. of Jt'ft'ersonvlllo, eloped to New Albany and wero married. An uncle of the bride soured the license and the father proposes to iirosecuic him Cor perjury. If you have ever seen a little child in the agony of summer complaint, you can realize the danger of the trouble and appreciate the value of instantaneous relief always afforded by DeWitt's Colic & Cholera Cure. For dysentery and diarrhoea It is a reliable remedy. We could not afford to recommend tills as a cure unless it were a cure.—,Tno. M. Johnston'. Miss I.ydia Houston, of New Albany who mysteriously disappeared from home has been found with friends at Louisville. Ky. It develops that she went ;r\vay vo avoid being subpoenaed as a witness in court against tho officers of t'lu; New Albany Bankiuu' Company. My little boy, when two years of ago, was taken very ill with bloody flux. J was a'd-viised to use Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, and luckily procured p.'U't of a bottle. 1 carefully read the directions nud gave It accordingly. He was very low, but slowly and surely he began to improve, gradually recovered, and I« now as stout and strong as ever. I feel sure it saved his life. I never can praise the Remedy half Its worth. I am sorry every one in the world does not know how good It It Is as I do—Mrs. Lina S. HlQtoc, Grahamsville, Marlon Co., Florida. For sale by B. F. Keesliug, druggist. M- Buck, f>f West TVheallaud was roughly assailed by a highwayman, wlio robbed him of .fT5. BUCKLEN'S ARNIOA SALVE. The best salve In the world Toi cuts, bruises, pores, ulcers, salt rbeum, fever lores, tetters, chapped hands, chilblains eorns »nd all skin eruptions and positively cures piles or no pay required. It Is guaranteed to give p-Tfect satisfaction or money refunded. Price 25 rents per box. For sale by B. F. Keesllng. The last exhibit of the Hamilton County Fair Association, held at Sheridan, was 1 not a financial success. It doesn : matter .much whether sick headache, biliousness, indigestion and constipation are caused by neglect or by unaYOldable circumstances;,- De- WLtt's Little Early. Risers will speedily cure them all.—Jno. M. Johnston. Postmaster Jolm Brodle of Valparaiso lost $4,000 by the buruing'of two barns and granaries on his farm. Tneorles of cure may be discussed at length by physicians, but the sufferers want quick relief; and One Minute Cough Cure will give It to them. A safe cure for children. It is "the only harmless remedy that produces Immediate results."—Jno. M. Johnston. ,T. M. Smith, agent for the Singer sewing machine, with headquarters at Laporte, IK on the missing list. "Boys will be boys," but you can't afford to lose any of them. Be ready for the green apple .season by bavins DeWitt's Colic & Cholera Cure In the- bouse.—Jno. M. Johnston. THE DISCOVERY SAVED HIS MFE Mr. G. Cailonette, druggist, Beavcr- ville, 111., says: "To Dr. King's New Discovery I owe my life.' Was taken with la. grippe and tried all the -physicians for miles about, but of no avail and was givon up and told I could not live. Having Dr, King's New Discov- .ery In my store I sent for a bottle and began its use 'and from the first dose began to'get better, nnd after using three bottles was up and about again. It is vrorlh Its weight in gold. We won't keep store without it," Get .1 trial bottle at B. F. Kcesling's drug store. ALL RAIL ROUTE TO THE SEA. To Atlantic City Without Transfer v!a Pennsylvania Lines. By the opening of the Delaware River Bridge the Pennsylvania Lines have become the only all rail route to Atlanitic City and the seashore. Transfer of passengers and baggage at Philadelphia via'Market street Ferry and Camden is'avoided, as seashore trains of Parlor Cars and Coaches depart from Broad street station, at which, pa-ssen- gere.form the west over the Pennsylvania Route arrive la that city. Through trains from Chicago, Indianapolis, Columbus, Cincinnati, Pittsburgh and iatermeblato points on the Pennsylvania Lines make convenient connection with the seashore trains. For details apply to nearest Pennsylvania Line Ticket Agent. SOMETHING TO KNOW. It may bo worth something to know that the very best medicine for restoring the tired out nervous system to a healthy vigor is Electric Bitters. This medicine is purely vegetable, acts by giving tone to the nerve centres in tho stomach, gently stimulates the Liver and Kidneys," and aids these organs in throwing off impurities in the blood. Electric Bitters improves the appetite, aids digestion, and is pronounced by those who have tried it as the very best blood purifier and nerve tonic. Try it. Sold for 50c or 91.00 per bottle at B. F. Kcesling's drug store. MEETING. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS D-nJlform Raak, Cleveland, 0,, August 23 to 30, 1S9G. The Wabash wHl sell Uck&ts August 22, 23, a-nd 2-1 to Cleveland, at one fare for the ro g und trip, with choice of routes 'by rail or la!<e. Tickets will be good to return to and Including Angus t ?3, ISOC. For fuU particulars inquire of Wabash Ticket Agent. "F.IG FOUR" TO ST, PAUL. On account of the Thirteenth Encampment G. A. R.. at St Paul, Mian., Sept. 1 to -1-, the Big Four route will sell tickets at one cent per mile from stations on its lines. Tickets good going August 30 and 31 and September ]; good returning until September 35, with privilege of extension until September 30 ; 1SCG. See nearest agent for particulars as to routes. 1 Since 1S7S there have been nine epidemics of dysentery la different parts of the country in which Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy was used with perfect success. Dysentery, when epidemic, Is almost as severe and dangerous a.s Asiatic cholera. Heretofore the best efforts of the most skilled physicians have failed to check its ravages, this remedy, however, has cured the most malignant cases, both of children and adults, and under the most trying conditions, which proves it to be the best medicine Jn the world for bowel complaints. For sale by B. F. Kecsling druggist. The M. K. parsonage at Wheeler was recently destroyed by fire, the family of Pastor Virden having difficulty in escaping. Don't trifle away time when you have cholera morbus or diarrhoea. Fight them- in the 'beginning with DeWitt's Colic & Cholera Cure. You don't have to wait for results. They are instantaneous and it leaves the bowela In healthy condttion.-Jno. M. Johnston. .Tunics Edwards, a. tramp under arrest at South Beu'd for the attempted murder of Patrolman Samuel Durucut, has escaped. Poison Ivy, insect bites, bruises, scalds, burns, are quickly cured by DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve, the great pile . M. Johnston. The old-fashioned chills and fovov is epidemic in the Eel river bottoms, IK the people In many instances, uplands. • [ drivin to Many a day's work Is lost by sick headache caused by indigestion and stomach troubles. DeWitt's Little Early Risers are the most effectual pill for overcoming such difficulties.—Jno. M. Johnston. lU E R Y O U S Troubles '. are. due to IW Impoverishes blood.,' Hood's Sar- sapariUa', 1 ' is' ;tie' One' 'True 1 Blood. p l feaer,;and.;ii|ERy.E. '' John Manners of Huntlnglon, placed in. Jail on complaint of his divorced v^Ife, attempted suicide by taking poison. The drug failed to work. The whole system IB drained and undermined by Indolent ulcers and open Bores. DeWitt's Witch Ha«4 Salve 'speedily heals them. It ts tlie beet, pile known,—Jno. M. Johnston. SEXTUPLET WINS. Iho Biff Bicycle Beats tho Empire State Express. Contest Between Uruvrii and Steam. In Which tlio Former In .Vlctorloun—Ouly a Short Kuoe Ovine to nn Intervening Culvert. The soxtuplct bicycle team has accomplished the wonderful feat of bant- ing the Empire state express in .'lie presence of'hundreds ol spectators, v,-ho looked upon the spectacle, with-omMC- ment.' The riders showed 'as much bravado as a parachute Jumper leaping from the clouds. Although they had a trench only four feet wide in which to speed the ponderousmacliiue,-tbey kept it under headway for a hnlf mile, and finished four lengths ahead of No. 000. The train was not, however, under full headway. The cyclists have been riding the machine since spring in a,uticipar tion of this event. Th?y had practice'd p.t- KirkSvood park, .when; it is smooth nnd level, and also .in tiie early morning; on. plank roads, ' In this way they became accustomed to thebnmpingand Birring of riding over an uneven surface, and \VillUim 1C. Bex, who steered the machine, hfld become so expert that jie could guide it over almost any kind of a road which would permit of passage. . The officers of the Delaware, Lacka- -.vanna, £ Western and the Xew York Central railrojuls wore interested in the experiment, nnd a section pang spent several hours leveling up the passage between-, tracks two and three feet from, die row of poplar trees opposite the old baseball grounds in Gc<lde,s. The stretch was not ,-LS long as the men would have liked, it being cut, off l,y a culvert and the pump-bouse, through which the wooden brine pipes' 'pass. On this account the undertaking was particularly haxnrdous. it being necessary to station a number of men on either side of the track to catch the sextuplet as it came up to the mark -under headway. Several- times in practicing the te.im had come very near plunging into the six-foot trench. On o'.ic occasion nearly all the pedals on one side the machine were, smashed. Arrangements were made whereby the. Oswcgo special on the Delaware,- Lackawanna £ Western tracks, which came near running into the. sexto-plot the other day, c-ime through a little ahead of time, and was out of the way before the Empire State loomed up around the curve. Here several men wcre'stntioned with white flags. As soon as the Empire showed around the curve the sextuplet was pushed off and the men slowly got under headway, rapidly increasing their speed, however, until the train eame almost nbrenst of them. Then, they let out ri-l, full headway and slowly crept to the front. The engineer and (lie passengers of the traiii. h;id Ix-on informed that, a 3 ace was'on. and heads were out of almost every window. There was great cheering a-nd excitement all along the 1 inc. A' crowd of boys followed and two or three of them narrowly escaped being caught under the wheels of the big uinch.inc. ROWED FOR HIS LIFE. <• ExciMni; RIIGO of Ilaiilon, Ex-Champion Sculler. In n toaky'Shell. Eariy tbc other morning Edward TTanloii, the ex-champion- sculler, was out for practice in Bedford basin, at Halifax, X. S., in a- shell that bod be?n improperly mended. When the oars- mau was a third of a, mile out the. glue melted,. the gunwale parted just nblft the scat and water.poured into thcboct. Ilanlon bent to the oo-rs and drove the shell toward the shore with strokes thait never-faltered,-although every second the stern sank deeper in tho water and the bow rose'higher in t-he'ai'r. It was a delicate matter to keep the boat on an even keel,' too strong a pull on either oar meant.an overturn, making Han- Ion's task a test of skill us well as of strength.- The boat sank at last i-ti four- feet of water and Ilanlon waded ashore. "They built a- death trap for me," he said, "but I beat them out in the greatest race 'I 'ever fowe'd." • TOUCHING DEVOTION. Little DOR .Th»t Reined to r.c»ve HI» Master Even In Death. For several .days,a. lonely Jittle dog was observed wandering about Laurel Hill 'cemetery at San Francisco, whitt- ing at passers-by and resisting all atr tempts to drive it away. Finally ^ a young'.lady,followed jhelittle cur; and tihe, animal led her to the body of an unknown man which lay a few feet from the-mound of a newly-made' grave. Upon reaching the remains the dog curled itself, up beside the head of its former master and refused.to be'.coaxed away. The young lady notified the police and the morgue wagon removed the body, followed by the faithful little animal, which refused food and whined piteously all the while. A Swift Flylnff The sailors of oil nations believe that the frigate bird can fly across tie Atlantic in one day. They declare that the bird can start-from the coast of Africa' at daybreak, when the wind is blowing strongly to the west, and roost on the American, shore on the. following night. There is no way of proving this 'assertion, of course, but the naturalists have pr,ovon that the frigate bird can fly 200 miles in a. single hour. , PollcP Dark Lanterns. The new Paris prefect has done London the honor of taking a hint from Its police system, .He.haa.been^nuch stnick with the darlciantern Which the London.' .policemen carry,,, and vi;hich .can. bo turned on to burglars with such-illumi- oatLng.,cffect, and, bns.decided^hat the Paris police shall carry a similar light. The Moon'» Monthly Journey. It ^takes'' tb'e. moon',, ^exactly'..' 42,324 minutca (2? -days, 12 .hours and^-i minutes) ito'm'n.kc its revolution round the earth. ••' - - Talks ''Merit talks'" the-I intrinsic value of Hood's Sarsnparilla. Merit in medicine means the power to cure. Hood's SarsaparilJa possesses actual and unequalled curative power and therefore it has true merit. When you buy Hood's Sar6aparilla,and take it according to directions, to purify your blood, or cure any of the many blood diseases, yon are morally certain to receive benefit. The power to cure is there. You are not trying an experiment. It will make your blood pure, rich and nourishing, and thus drive out the germs of disease, strengthen thenerveeand build up the wholesyetem. lood Sarsaparilla Is the best, in fact—tbe One True Blood Purider. Prepared only by C. I. flood & Co., Lowell, Mass. Hood'S PHIS A SHORT JOURNEY TO CALIFORNIA IN FIRST CLASS STYLE The Southern Pacific Co. "SUNSET LIMITED" TRAIN. »ver the Sunset Route—New Orleans to Los Angeles and San Francisco. vFss discontinued April ICth. TLe •qperlor accommodations given tte jr»at number cf patrons of the above rain .during the past tourist season, warrants thn announcement of plana ar nest season of finer service with •QUipmeut superior to anything yet f OOWD in transcontinental traffic. Look for early re-Inaufruratioo of TONSET LIMITED" this fall. For Home Seekers. The Southern Pacific Co. "Sunset ioute" in connection with tho "Queen itid Crescent Route" are running the mly line of through tourist Pullman sleepers leaving Cincinnati every Thursday evening for Los ADgeles and <an Francisco. • These excursions are specially contacted, and the object is ir, enable those fbo do not care to buy ibe firat-clasi •onnd trip or one way tickets, to enjoy » comfortable ride with sleeping ear privileges and co change of cars at the --ery low second-class rate. For further Information, address V?. 3. CONNOR, . Commercial Agt. S. P. !o., Cincinnati, 0. '' W. G. NEIMVFB. G. W. Agt. S. P. So., Chicago, Hi. B; F. MOUSE, G. P. & T. Agt. S. P- So., New Orleans, La.. Graham & Morton TRANSPORTATION CO. CWICE DAILY STEAMERS TO CHICAGO, CONNECTING WITH THE VANDALIA RAIL- WAT AT -ST. JOSEPH. Beginning ilay 25tb and continuing tntll 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 4:30 p. m. ac-J 10-30 p. m., dally. Including Sunday. Leave Chicago at 9:30 a. in. and 11:30 p..m., dally, including Sunday. Extra" irlps on Saturday leave St. Joseph at I ai m., and leave Chicago at 2 p. m. Sunning time across lake 4 hours. TrI-weekly steamers to Milwaukee, leaving St.'Joseph Monday, Wednesday ui<J Friday ereniiigs. The equipment of this line Includes fhe side wheel steamers City of Chicago Mid City o£ Milwaukee (the largest and •nest west of Detroit), and the newly, rebuilt propeller City of .Louisville. Service first-class. Connections with all fandalia trains. Tickets on sale at all fandalla Line stations. Chicago dock f«ot of Wabash avenue. J. H. GRAHAM, Pres., Benton Harbor, Mich. joing For A ake Trip? You'll fully on.1oy all If you take one of too • ME MICHIGAN AND LAKE SUPERIOR TRANSPORTATION CO'S EGANT STEAMSHIPS. -i!Iinif» between ChiCfeo «iitt lYtaddiwc l.^ond lour time* cy«ry. week.'; .• .-!.« DOW stool st^msbip: n Jluilton»J8.» - ,.- pahice. Travels 'twlxt _- Chicago, " Hu-boc ->SpTlne». '-v,. .••• Write . -Jor ^-onis readable reading : -matter,- ' fiSW or ask jour nearest.. "agent i Address Jos. ; J3e«>ltheIm. '.G. f. Aii' -..'.- ••:•' '-•'^••:, • ^ LAKE mCH. AND UK* ; , 8CPEB1OBXHANS.CO. Ruib»lt4N.W»ttrSt.'

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