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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 3

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_ , 0, ^Marstelt , Oolumbui, K«n., iiyj i "I was delivered of TWINS in less' tljan • 20 rimn- utes end with ' scarcely any pain' aft^r using, only twa-bottles of " '-':' "MOTHERS' DID HOT SUOT'BB AFTBEWABD ""jsii" n't t>T E per bottu. , "IX) .BBADFI£U> JlEiBIJUTOB CO.M ITliwi, CUi SOLD BY ALt DKraOMMi vf ••?''•, '-::.:.,.; :;. '.-. • -TQ-.y KrK- .•.^•.^ CALIFCMRN1& „ . ... ... : FIRST CL-MSS •-. • • , -. . .- . .:vf>. > The Southern "- - Co "SUNSET LIMITED^ TRAIN. Over the Sunset Route^Niw Orleans ' ' ' ;.^^ , I -~^3 READ WHAritHAD TO-SAtfbll THE MONEiflUESTIOHiESS THAN.: -AGO,^ : ^¥$^. * :.• •.. JtJhen D^red.^|nspf^ : :Coinag? -anjt'iJ^i?fed that^Mcll afPplicy . .. ; who;voije<1 torr'tuiji. the. gold!, staudwd,. •tq^ndilhemWork'-pTrglvo fop'd.'rael'aii'd'r clpttiii;ifor their families aiid pay their •^to tho'tiiues 'got .tetter." ?^( : ;. : < « 0 d!t ;i,-- ••-.. •••-' :_ *TBM WOTOD MAKE -A PANIC AT ONCE. ... . ...,.,,. u.bron. pat Into .fftot and Mf. imuhup4." •.':•• . ..:. ..- • '• . - . • • ' ' . ' . M- i Angeles and San Francisco. Was' discontinued . April 16th. Tbe raperior accommodations given tt* .great number of patrons of the aboye<: train daring.'.the -past tourist season,', •arrant* th« announcement of plans f«r nest season of finer service with «qolpment superior to 'anything /jet. cnown In transcontinental traffic. -;•; ;:. .Look for earl? re-lnauitnratipn-','.of. .•RtJNSET-LIMITED" this tr n *' A --'""' "' For ] The Southern!' Pacific Col ftonte" in 'connection '-with , »od Crescent Route" 'are . only line of through tourist' Pullman Weepers leaving Cincinnati "every, Thursday evening for tps Anfelerand; »n Franclgco. ^ .' '' ; ' ', '^ '',',..-,''./ These "' excursions are - socially : con- cted. and fheiJbJect Is'ta'enable tbost. bo ; do v ndt care ; to buy- the first-class ; i)iiiid t'rtp^r (Mi*; way ticket*, to enjoy '• comfortable rtdeSgrliUr sleeping, car no change of cart at'th* -nd-<aa8s rat*. ;-••' further' Information, 'addrets 1 R. NNQB. -Cojnmerclal A»t 8. P. 9o., Cincinnati. O. ' W. G. NEIMYEP. G. W. Agt. S. P. 'W. Chicago. Ih. 8. F. MORSE, G.;P. * T. Agt 8. P ••o.i' New Orleans,-"- 1*. an editorial -printed in the 1 i,le8 8 ;than : ;8i X ;, months ago. Some of our Popocratio ^^ ftMB Jpe? tf authdrized to, preBent|100m ; to furnish proof tlkt the article in question .a not appeared in^the-editorial columns. of the; Indian-. apolis Sentinel,on A the;date,itated— May 5, 1896. ^ ; u a ^^VfP : ^What has occurred in^he meantimo to cause :The : Seatme to change to; init.--' BiWitoply. submitted -to ^the^humi hation of betog. into'lin«in support-of a platform it: knows to bo rotten -to the^core- to the indorsement of ^financial policy :it previously condemned with-C tfi? fullest iorce;of. language at its command. , _ \ • - • • • . _ ,, Jni t. '.before "the crime,"' the umoi at of money In .circulation In the , ITulr?a r 8tate« WM »T38,300,040. •'. • ;, IK i99d'the amount of jnonoy In olroul*; 1 v-tiqiiiJii the United Slatea Is 81;B31,fl84ii v.A LESSON:ON; THEipOLLAR. ,rcB oolniae ; .wo rob tho poor :inan x of Us/. 'wages, the rloh'nmn of . his. wealth,- the widow .'of her savings,, the sol- , dlor of hia. pension,-;;, ; Senator Cftffory- • ' • 1 . ' ' LESSON ON THE.DOLUAR. i:H. i'^THE CRHVIE-OF' 1873." '"' IBere is a succinct history of the steps in the passage of the act of 1878, .which the silver men assort was secretly passed. The record, covering a period of three years, during which the measure was repeatedly printed and debated, effectually disposes of such .an assertion: 1870—April 25—Submitted 'to the senate by the secretary of -the treasury., -.vApril, 28.^Keferred! to, ;senatev '" finance cominittiBe.'--.-..,•.f;v ;".,').';. r;';2. -"'Fia'." nnndredvbopies-- -tot CWcaijo S:»am;.'5K»ilb; 115pm; tjeeJoro:.> intw tiou?*ouliflll*8K» ft m; 1 AS P m J. Ai MjCCto-OUOH, Acent. iLOfaniport.- It local frt. Accora. _. L RIYBB DIVISION. ABOUND; printed.' '•; ' '"."-" '•»<;:?:•'?•'.. ',',' June ; 25—Submitted-to hojttse:: . Deo. t ;39'— Reported •'•'. to ".rsenate, .... -. amended and. orderedlprinted.: 1871—Jan. 9—Debated in j8ena.te. r '..-,;i. : ' <• ' Jan. 10-rrPassed senate .by .tote of • ' 86 to 1.4.'. .' •','.""" . : ';•'« . • . Jan. 13—Senate bUl ordered;print-i2 ed for the house..' '. '.:" "•* •:' Feb. 25—Reported to house'with substitute and recommitted; ': March 19—Original;: bill .reintro- ; . ': dnced in hpuse and printed. 1872—Jan. 9—Reported to house.-and debated. • ,....-•'• ' '-' v ' j a ' n 10—-Recommitted in -'the; bouse. " ; '. •"''-.' ' '•:• ! Feb. 18—Reported back to house,. :'•'••>> amended and printed. •;• • !" April 9—Debated in house. -. May 27—Amended and passed.,by ; 'the: house by v.ote of, llO.to IS.. "May 28—Printed in senate. : '.',.'• Dec! ' 16 — Reported to senate, 'amended and printed: •'•' : •"' 1878—Jan, 7—Reported, .to -senate, amended and printed. . . Jan. 17-Passed the senate. .-' ••'-. ' Jan. 21—In"bouse; printed with amendments..:''' ; ,' ; •'' ' ' Conference committee appointed. Feb. 12—Became a .law. .. . • , LESSONJ^T.HE 'DOUAR. . ." . cannot , make 16 onnocs of all ver equal to J ; ounce.;of gold, ijnlefl>,theyreally are.—BenJamftt.' Harrl- 'WAS "STRUCK DOWN" : : JtHElXMOUNT OF MONEY If* CJKCtJ- i '.' lliTtpy IN THE UMTED STATES.HAS '-'/MORPS' THAN DOUBLED. IN.'187&, Just before "Hie.- crime," tlw per cftplt»;«lrcnlatloi» In tho I'nlted. States i wai »is.70. . , • : ' •' .IN 18ofc..tho per capita circulation' In tne : Dnltod Stoteii Is •21.3.1. ; " 'IF THi-pKB CAPITA ARGUMENT IS OF -AKY'SrAlUB TO THE SILVER CAUSE, BOW) 1)0 THEY ACCOUNT FOR THE '"•'?FAC&rHAT THE HIGHEST PER CAP- ITAifclRCUlATION EVJ3R BEACHED f -IN .THE UNITED STATES WAS DUR• ING VHB RECENT PANIC WHEN THE i PEHICAPITA CIRCULATION BOSE TO ' ' • 13 THE BEST YET. Will .. ; The number -of X Stat^ at this time \chow6rk forVj for. a living - . . constitute .cue-half ofcthe;.; voters 'in thig.;, country.' " '.'.<•••••'•• -, ; '--:'' '-' r :-.'.-.' ; ',': ; l' These voters, whom Bryan calls .the 1 ? "common people," he is trying desperately hard to inveigle and honfl^ngle.- into .voting, for him.-. He is assuring ' them that when they are. paid in hi»', cheap'; free-'Silver, I6'.to lyOO-cent dol-. larii Jt. will b'e I the making, of them, and that 'theirail' will be-on : the high road.to, 'ine*'.'-' • :'. : . . ' ' •'••" 'Have-th^r : ,forgotten: that for the last 'iS'or iryearfitheir.yages have been paid to themiin 'fullvalne, gold standard money?, 3B^6aa- ; be better money for wageworkers? ''•iillibf them who are old enough to recoUett back/"' «>« »'«" - ' ' -' •"•-' " - ""' J 'been A ' B'^b'of the Question For VV . .-! ',v''i »nil Everybody EUe. ^NowYijrk Lumber Trade Journal. - . Let us not get mixed up with.complex mitcors in connection with: the free niyor.idea. ' ',•'.' • -..,'•'. 1 vij'et us not befog.oiir brain with argu- Sents'about tho 'crime of '78, or bother JH&th the many theories which the advocates :of free silver are giving us: ! ;?: -But let us take a common sense view of the-situation. Now,, to start with. - . .;.... Suppose Bryan was elected;and the free'coinage act. had been passed; and that free coinage was an actual fact.. •Suppose" that silver could be taken to the mint, and coined into silver dollars, at theiratio of 16 to 1. Howlwonld that effect us? : •We haven't got any silver coin. i ; ' A>nole lot of'people who -own .silver iminesWe it, and sp : they could have it coinea.into 16 to 1 dollars; but, not hav- ingian'y ourselves, we could not have a ...ji^u^-gjugjg d 0 nar coined under, the !£*•«•;•*' ,'.'"...• • --/••-.; ...-r. • i-.^j: .^yer'&^i^wijeM^and' : 6t5>ew^novh'ae gilV^r' jtook itatfto-Washington or Pbila :delpniia, or to some other United: States •miptSnd had. it coined, into 13 to 1 .. ••..'Supjxjse so .much had been coined tnalii-a il the silver in the world was.made intb'M'tol dollars, and , • ••- .-.M:I-_-. »t.-i ' ever y one-of these dol- good as gold ; ; mpne;ri : but^lihut tfiere has.: been a rise In wages' 1 of about W^er cent between.1877 anddS98-.-the: last year of J Republican.rule.;-^^.-.-vjiviv'..;''j';^'S(-^ : \," v 'iv ;Bryan has not ,the,;.gl>iost(afjjii;chaflce.!-; of .being, .elected • unless', a T njj^jbwt&pjt- the 7,000,000', of' wnge-yorkew? vote I pi aim Nov. Si. 1896. .;:And : .BUpppBe a'ma- jority of'them'do, and-'el'ect 1 hiin. What then?'::'' 1 - -' " ; ,;>'; : ' : :-. ; - ! •'••••- ' .-' : ' ;; -: >e . lllver • agitation ,,hM dona morew dwMi invmtmentu, to • rtpp m»nufnctutlDg,; W <»•- etroy'th«Jirior oMabpr, VAN DA LI A ' lU-lUBtW""" »••»-•»*¥ rateofthecountw ,c»nT» atoned for restored -.-W^; J" .Bj.... 6:15 a m n »»nfl..; .......... 8 86 p m Bryan Should ,Expl«ta,r,' ' om. , ( , . , , .^ Mr/ Bryan ;aaks 'people _ : to beUevii; gold wo ; uld npt'l^ve' 'tfee' * tUlU gO lu Tflfuu*"- **vv -™ * - -— - r, .- ;, p «. under the.free coinage of .silver because . _. " ._r •^-.•ins* •nTtf'fnlr'^' ftlltrftr'Hhl- .Well, his election: wilt be followed by? a tremendous panic, among.all classes,;; except insolvents and, Demo-Pops elect; edtp office. They will cheer and w-;. The million's of "common-people" who. have : ,$l,850,0,00,OOQt:of.deposits in. the savings banks drawing interest and the!; sante as gold" : money.-will not ..rejoice;- when'they find "tfiat"this money has lost'. one-half ofrits purchasing "power value.; The stockholders.in .the>;buildiinKloan';, associations"wiil^not.. rejoice at- Bryan's election when; it'breakB.;.through.their, minds'that their stock 'has- lost'onei;half: its value by ti»eir"listeiiirig ; to the frdtKy, ; deceptive gabble of; : the •'. 'Boy; Orator of thePJatte.;%'-;- r.;-^.-:::,-v::>V. •'•"•• : f ^ : "•-'•? •What 1 '^fill-. cause; the.,.pani,p,,i.some wageworker of p.empppp leanings may -, ^piose a . •'jaiijjlfere piled in one heap riKht on the heJrti^lock;:-and ' . - '• '.•;( ^^ -"^-. ose every single oae-pf them was tOO cents,,here and everywhere. itgpod'wQuld they do us, unless id' spinetliing we cpuld^ trade by •we could get one? • : ."' •,"•"," we have; something to trade . .•',-, have labor, so much for a aol- '?--8wn'e have lumber, so much for .a dol •l'aiCi. : . ', . .'•'•—('.;-•-.•- ••• ''•'-'Some have sugar or potatoes jor.hams or'Cbal' or '•something else, all -sb' much -'- : ''-- ''•''" -' "'''" It cleai-B : tJie head of foul mucous; heab\th«, pores and-'ulcers pf the head atoi throat; sweetens 'the breath, s«nd perftctlv restores ic senses of the taste, smell and hearing. '-ns -headache- and dropping into U» it ; 'jAlso IdestfoyB the germ which csqisr t ju.ACB. minutes. Invaluable Jn female-tr. vents loOc-raw Iromwouuas. QU Its Heallna Power It Almost Miraculous. a*.a(r a perfect cute m a fev days. ulsl No fetal case o'* A GRlPP3everlo»o«« rhereBrnziUsnBaL 3 fantfuljr ^sed. J* -stro." v \egnppegenn andquickly removss) tk. ;: .:r bad effect LI BLB In ASTHMA, CROUP. BBOO* .ftBDRisY. PNEUMONIA, DVSPEPSI*» VTJ O «, TYPHOID a ad SCASUtV , MEASLES, and »n> disease -wher* " aflammaticu,leverorConge8»U>n, : -J( rshef in Consuro /tion eve» dla* covered.- .- jwures a Fresh Cold it, one day. st<u* ffi Uia head acd relleTes deafness.. As an InJecMoSl _ J^." _ »_ -,.«-. i-i..&_ Oj._n_ rf...^ t)im«a 1 aiicYca. u^aiii\^K»», lu *-". •"*•" Sores and Burns like magic, k_A.k.i i *.in. pll !£••}_ idUK'Cati ^-rtNSTIPjL lea.mg rower ,.«,»,«« »,..,»..«.. The Best Family'Medicine IB ExhteNQ, £0 Cent Bottle contains ,100 Dosus, or TmJWb TroatmeBt f« Catani. 91.60 morriM XQUALS rnritii ^eof. ooreuss. H HOME TESTIMONIALS t "jjrazmen Balm-cure'i me of inveterate catcrrh whivh I tad for over ao yew* It is the most-wonderful triumph of medical science "-Gen J. ParM Poults tt Tcold and the worst form of.gripp we have faurj' t azilian BUmi invaluable.' rW.£Boothe,D.D..PastorD e l.Av e '.B a p Ch. "Ifrs U,re has used tna ian Balm and thinks it did her much good."-//i>*. Chas B. Lore, Chief Jus. ' "Oie bottle ofBrazilian Baiai cured a friend of mine of hay fever -'"OS. '"' ' '- - very deaf for ib years from catarrh. Brazilian^ Bairn appued soon restored my hearing "—. Br ;: It isihe best thingfor dyspepsa ever sa.w.—' . * womalm ort to the^gravJ wit£ a racking cough that all tie remedies and th* Mted to relieve. -ft was'cured with one bottle oFBra^ian Balm. It _sha» doctor through life.»-^/«. /. Galloway, ftittstown, Pa. ' T was fearfiOl 'Sith rheumatism^ could not get my hand to my head. I took ten . -Am n<«. 'entirel cu cpp' reu . Sntb6tUes.ofBrazUian^alm in six months. -,Am n<«. 'entirely curert bleail 'walit ibny.»-/?««w -^i^.'.^a/ .«#. A lady in Cincinnati w« for se afflicte /?««w -..^a .#. ay in ma that during the Winter for seventeen years she w» unable M was ectirely mdpenatawnlly^Md with Brazilian Balm. B.F. JACKSON & CO., Cleveland, Q, For sale by the following drugBlsts: B. F. .Keesllng, general agent. B« B-teber, Johnson:Bros..:W. H. Brlngbm-st. G/ W.Hoffman D. B Pryor. Q A Means, H. D. Haltery.Jind. A. R.. Klstl- -a For sale by B. P.'KEESLING. . .En»p«rbr'of th«-tii»»«l7, After all, tae,-empces» of .Germany js not without spirit, as:*n anecdote of Poultney Bigelb-w illustrates. He pre- iented the emperor with.th.e,..canpe;ta Iwlhich he had tafiett f tos trip 1 down the r LDanube, and flie'wnperoif - had enthu- |giastically;;<ieclared . that-;all;.hi8 boys 'should be : canoeiits,; , v Later,-,t h ,e ,-*™', press spbkeAo'iBigelow, oh AheisuBJset ''-- .-----, , have :ijdvertising ana- subscnp- i so much for a dollar. ..«: : j. "'•••- t one of those silver dol- ' 000,(iOO.jpf inen : Ipsiu^pnQ^half' the ,value r of ; "th'eir ^deposits,'rhbteB,/ money and loansraritf being rSnduerily crippled''; in. : business ::and'.-credit";JL.This';'iB'. i5 CBnse l1 ' enough to:produce l ;a :.terrifio ;'pamc .alls ovey .the. American.; .Unipnv When- ;the /.. 7,odoCoo6pf wagewbrkers, of whom : mo«i;than hit-lf'niay/ baye'.ybt.ed. for, Bryan,^ fln'd" tnat/rf third :bf 'their ; ' numbers-'itte, sndtfenly' .but 11 of -emiDloyment'; by. : the_. :Jtu-uaoes' 'and other : indUBtrialiVworks; :they\\?itt: ;then- remember that ; they: weriB . lars, Ve .cannot go' and .-take- it; they dbn't' belong to us; they belong 'to-.the men'who took 'the silver'to the mi.nt to. bS'cbmed. ".' -•••••' '• • ..... ••"• ••'' '"'; _', "".-• If we took one it would- be: stealing. : -If ;we asked for one fornothlng.it, •-would be begging. . ' :1 y' : -... :>iH.'the owners gave us one.for npthing it "would beVgift. '. .,.',..„-.-... .i •••?•: r"'If 'w.e -Wrrowed one, it would cost.ua interesV,' 'and r ao •'"-.• .',';.,*'.'. '...'..,-'•"•'Most orusVto -get one, ; mnst trade la-- bor,; lumber, sugar, coal; advertising or something to get it. :. :-.;• • ' • ""•' ' : :.".Ti»8 is/absolutely and honestly so, •• ' '.' . . ... - •'.'. •. T,;.-; , '••>:•..•.-:•:• being" so,' why. do .we. take any. on'. the dollar?' .!..".,.!:.•• . .e can' : get gold now; ' '.."." ! ''.'it is -worth 100 cents 6n a' dollar every- e. have supposed : the silver .to be, ' ' ' ' . bat . . --- • .. {', 'Buppose it.isn't. ' 1 :'"' : " aen.. .. ..... -.• ../:., ,-../ hat is." the" use of ' taking a ohanco ' ' •• '- - J;'^>Y"*»*', *° *«*• —".--. -, , ,- " ,-• .,. *.•.• (nnless-'we cari do better? '. A'-saver,- dol- ,»t beJworth"more than IWdehts, •'•'•"'•' ! ; '.,!;i'.r i :V>i'.-: : ;-"2/<&,£^'- ; •e getting that now.. - ,. ' -., oil enough alone,,/..y-/-^;.^ -;•,-.- v-.- 1 .'. 1 -.'! 11 "' " dntylcompeis.a Democrat to , l_U'x_''^M^"« .T\n*«AyMM>^' . • T^ fWl - pfcaoesi'e--.. •rative of -the^florle»of ^rboottng foam- Sng rapids; : : ;~ Her ,ni«jesty;. ; .'ft«ownea. •'Thatis too d«ngerou«,".8he announcen; '"I 'shall. never allow my children-tea canoe.!' /'.'But;" peratBted Bigelow,- ftha emperorvhas already givea^bi*" con- sent'V" "Oh, "that .may^be/'-she^ said, •with this' sweetest of smiles in the di- raction of her, husband/; "He_may be emperor of -Gennany, but I am emperor of the nursery." !.-,.''. K.i'.'"^ -':'>•}( • •• ' •'• c»r Al«UBd«r'i J.1UU. Joke. . ../ .•;. Mr! W. S. Harwopd co?itrib'utes,,to . ; X icholas a-sketcli oi Joseph' Francis. the inventor of the Hfe-boativMr-.-Har- vrood-saysi; He'had beewi«ceived one day by the - czar at dinner: : The *zar: was 3 ond of , wltneBSing .experiments ' ' rancis with' new was asked . and : Mr.. Francis, was ase out into a room 1 opeWng from a cbn*ervaibry: where an4nventpr •with some*' newifangled ; -force-pump was gbing«to:|rfve' anlBihibJtion'. ••.?A1 ter they had iieen4be pump-,;the,<:zar took hol'd« ! 6fvtii)B..nozzfoj.ot i the . pipe . and turned i't' in ;tbeafreo.tion of. ( ,the. J , adie .' 1 * •' ''.on- of the-. 1 court* . ( ,.,. in;tb'e'..con- of tne' court, >y"9 r" c '7= *"*, "."p.- T""- sen-atory; 'Winklrigtq Sfr. Francis, the czar, in'' mischief,^gave 1 ttiemVa'; slight sprinkling, begging' pardon afterward' for his.-—'-"——'•""• -'"'•-• '•'•• ''•'•••'•. -• ..i.- . , , Some curious details of life in-thc polar- region 'have-' been" : obtained: from inpia'b«rs-,-of, 1 the -Jensen; -expeditionv; Tbey alVdw.ell on .tbe-feelrngs, of delight wbicK .^e X esperieBced; in once more i' : eetin? other 'htiman-'beings. : So tired. iifd- they '- beco'rap : - of ; •seeing -tbe^ame - fuces and .-hea'fing-'thcrsavie' volcwjday- after day in:thecourserofther«lpw t drilt f ftor,th.ward'ithat ra f iu".f=""."?ii^—~?-T-~ •irritetion-was.pvod.uced, .At-tinies this, !_'_i'ki'v!:i':ii k 'v4i";.oTi : iB ; •well'r'nign,': insup? j«ny«$L i j i * ta ' SOTERIOB - . 'bacfc'.URand vote'^or'a Democrati '' andito the.;n<tion4t the.-B of'money'and, creditswere. •''' jL •fiwt'' : M^w*e'lVtake'acHaicKL 1 , v 'it';c^ •IJef-worteVv,--.';'-". • J "7!"'',''','"?'J.->. i ..,.:'' < .i-ii. i -^.' ; .-w+th.-i»:M»tH- nf t4>mftiolerv.'is'this ?.: .' rsflhe'slgnfof ariofher day;-'they' M'tfUfitm -'1'nnir'"walks over? •••vat ^* 1 -'of; tomfPolery/tt'th'is?, 1 ,-/ -atli'ftdoor Ice, each 1 Man, ,by himself. / , , thing,. one.man::.Bald,, ! tO.W comrades- striding. ' - iipi ., ,....- -.i.-;,,,,,,...-,..>,...,. .^^-t^ing's.bttdvin.a business -way ?':.,-., ^I^t^'teU^ptt;is%e'tiung,tp <^.^ w 110 "* 0 "' Brotherhood of St Andrew Annual Convention, via Pensylvanla IJnes Ocfober 12th, 13th and 14Ch special low rate excursion tickets will be sold to Pittsburgh via Pennsylvania Ungg,^ forannual convention ^Brotherhood of St. Andrew, return coupons will ue valid-through to original starting point on or/before October 20th. '.' OBBAT BOOK^ • • ? Playing Cards. r .;Send 12 cents in stamps to John Sebastian, Qen'l Pass. Agent C. R. I- & P.,R'y, Chicago, for the slickest pack of playing cards yon ever handled, and on receipt of sucfr remittance tor one or more packs they Trill l>e sent yon postpaid. Orders containing 00 cents In stamps or. postal note for same -fcajount will secure 5 packs by expren, charges paid; BXeURSION TO BLUffFTON, IND., Via'Vanaalla Line, October tttb t» 15tlk-On October 13th to 15th the, 1 Vandalla Xlne will sell excursion tickets from all stations. In Indiana t» J-. Blnffton, Ind, at one fare foe ^tto ^ round trip, account Baptist ConTentlM M and Toungjeeople's Union ol IndJaak.^ ' Tlckete g<tod to return until Octobe* y 19th, Inclusive. For ic!! particnlani > call on. neatest Vandalla Line Ticket Agent, or address B A, Ford, General Passenger Agent, St Ixmto, Mo

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