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Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - October 25, 1890, Logansport, Indiana FORCIBLE ARGUMENT Dollar Saved Is a Dollar Earned SCIENCE AND PROGRESS ENTERTAINING CHEMICAL EXPERI MENTS EASILY PERFORMED Simple Combinations by Which Are Pro duced Beaatlftal Transparent A Remarkable Substance Serpent often see tn chemists shops large glass jars the Insldes of which are covered with beautiful transparent white crystals I which are formed over a red powder placet i at the bottom of the vase These crystals are the result of a combination of cyanogen And he will save many dollars for you He does a strictly FirstClass Business and guarantees sat isfaction His Stock of Fall Goods is Complete and he employs none but FirstClass Workmen DONT BE MISLEAD BY PRIZES OR CASH REBATES You will always have to pay for them Suits and Overcoats for Fall from up Dont forget HARRY G TUCKER The Pearl Street Tailor DAILY PHAROS SATURDAY OCT Sn 18WO BRNJ IOCTIIAIN JOHN W BAKHKA lniithiUt KDITOK8 ANIt IMIOCHIBTOKS TEDMS OF SUU8CHI1TION 11111y BOITIOS ter ADinim payatlo In 60 Per Month pajiiIlrUiawrliM 60 Per Wotk payilUkt currier 12 WEEKLY KUITIUS Ouocopy one Onocopjftix mcmthn oo Oneuopy threo uiuntis OflHIal Inper of anil tounty Entered matter at the Logans port liid rostiiflloL Fohruarv 8th gS11 ATIO TICKET Secretary of JDE MAlTriHWS Auditor J O HKNDEItSON TttMsurerALIIKKT HAIL Kur Jutlifouf Sup Co irtJ A S MITCHBLL AttorncyieiienilA OIIEK SMiTIt Clerk of Suunnif ttiurtV M SWKKXBV Supt ot Put liutruulloiiII I VnlilKS Stiito S 1UUHY StateStutlaUuimiW A ItibLLK 111 For ConifrOB9mli H IATTON For Joint HopregunlnllvuM M IvlLGORB For State RepresentativeJnBKPIl GLiAi Pronecutln AttorneyJuHN HHBVY Clerk IOH M HUSH Sheriff JOHN DONALDSON Auditor SAMCELS HELVIB Treasurer C AUIH3 I WOlL HIBUSU CommrUK J VV lALLAKu Surveyor N A UKCK Coiumiiwloncr HiMrlitUHIl UD WINN OummlJBioncr od DIM Ut1AMUS li RAVES IOSTMASTEU ToMIIXbON 19 HpprO prmtely culled Owens Imi holder SWIFTICUS is uot happy Xoboily pays nay atlention to lr3 Iwiuklle about the tux levy REMEMBER Unit rou have to vule tvro separate tickets under Ihe new law The state tickat IB printed on reel paper imd is pat into a box tiy itself The county ticfeet 19 printed on white paper and is put in a h n TUIPE is something radically wrong in legislation Ihu permits a very few men to accumulate the wealth of the country in such quantities An in come tax would be a great leveler of for tunes It would utjuat too AN OWES has shown au un willingness to trust his own party in Por ter county onil has through his lieuten ant Crumpacker applied for United States supervisors to inspect the Tote It looks like Owen is preparing fur a cou THE IlepubHeani cluiin that they have ssivcd the people SiiOOOOOOO amuiilly by t8king the tariff ofi of sugar If this bo true whj would it not a Rood thing for Ue people if tariff taxes were reduced on many other thines in general use nnionij trie people THE instructions to inspectors sire tf the title of one ticket is stumped and also names on either tickets the ballot must be counted for the names so stamped and also f r all the names of the tills stamped except the opponents of names lamped LET Cass county Democrats do their liutv and the Tenth Indiana district will bs redeemed There is victory in the air and the Cats county Democracy can have a great deal to do with bringing it aDout Let every Democrat iu Cass county go to tun polios ami stamp be square to the left of ihe title of his ticket leather has advanced three to five cents per pound Lap robes have aivauced 10 per cent Our merchants now have to pay lor a cheap of ladies shoes that they formerly bought for ailvaice of nearly 10 uer oeut There has been an advance in prices of nearly every manufactured ar ticle most in use among the people and ths advance is from 10 to 30 per cent Tas Cass county tax kvy is no higher tijan that of neighboring counties Tip pecanoe county whica claims double the Bfflcunt of axable properly has a tax levy two cents lower on the JlOO than curs The Journals efforts to cast dis credit upou the management of county affairs has had co effect beciuise as Col I Pratt laid it is all politics tu VotorM 1st Get your ballots of the polling clerks in the election room 2d Stamp the square at the eft of the title of your party at She head of the ticket lid If you wish to vote for a candi date not on the ticket of your party ttieu in addition to slumping the square to he left of the title of your pnrty stump the to the left of il nme of each candidate for whom you wish lo vote 4th Do not rniisiliilu hallo or i mark it either by Mnttehing a minn oft or writing one on or in any other j way except by the sumpinij on the square or squares as before Otherwise the ballot will not be counted oth If you do not understand how to mirk your ballots ask Ihe poll clerks If you cannot read or ore physi cally unable lo murk your ballot on your request he poll clerk will mark it for you ith If by accident or mistake you tear mutilate deface or spoil your bal lot co at once to the poll clerks and ex plain how the accident occurred rcMurn he ballot to them aud ask fo another TtiL Pharos is giving different instruc tions to voters trom tbnt agreed upon by the Chairmen of the Republican and Democratic State committees aad differ ent trom that given by the Cass county board of election Journal The Pharos is giving correct instruc tions to voters Every Democrat should stamp the square to the left of the title of the Democratic ticket This mode of Voting insures the casting of your ballot for every Democrat on the ticket except candiciates that you may vote for on other tickets It is the simple way to vote and is the surest way of voting for all the candidates on your ticket The flrct thiog every Democrat should do is to stump the title of his ticket If you want to yote for a candidate on jome other ticket stamp the square to the left of the name of the candidate for whom you want to vote on that ticket but do not do this uutil you have slumped the square to the left of the title of your ticket L DEMOTTE is lending no as sistance to W D Owen and to get away from the canvass has gone oT on a fall hunt up into Wisconsin Col Sumau the old commander of the Xioth Indiana regiment and former postmaster at Val paraiso under Arthurs administration is canvassing Porter county for Col Pat ton The soldier boys of the Tenth dis trict are doing valiant service for Col Pattou It is confidently predicted that Col Pattou will carry Porter county and he is going to gain many Republican Totes in every county 13 the district Xo wonder Owen is scared USED says a majority of the people endorsed high protection theories two years ago They did nothing of the kind A large majority of the people voted for Grover Cleveland but a ma jority of the electoral vote went to Uair Tison A majority of more than three hundred thousand of the while voters of this country were for Grover Cleveland and a lower tariff Photograph ic Instantaneous photographing bids fair reveal all the secret that baffle tha mere eye It is quicker than the eye and can detect lightning changes that organ cannot It senmi Indeed aa quick MS thought itself Professor Muybrldgo photographed u pail of ice water as it fell over the neck and linalders of n woman The photo griiphic ptateu were oiposed and re moved by electricity thus enabling thiin to changed more quickly than 1 lvf hiyjn done by the operators U T ho yt cuj take cognizance of perceptible hipse oi time between the where the leaves the pail ai ivltore it drenches the woman Bct the instantaneous photograph notes three distinct inturviilii In the first the water is falling yet has not touched the wom ans head In the second the icu water touched the girls neck and shoulders but the sensation had not yet beun car ried to her brain In the third plate bin was beginning to be aware of the shock hut not until a fourth iJlfc ression had been made vrne she fully awakened to tie unpleasantness of the sensation Another wonder etill more marvel ous has been revealed by this betrayer of secrets Time out of mind traveler1 tiles from the orient dilate on the strange powers of the Indian jugglers They can make a rose bloom from tho sed planted in a flower pot before your uyes 11 few minutes before They can bring into an audience composed of hun ureda of most intelligent persons a beautiful little girl Before the eyes of this intelligent audience the fakir hack the pretty child to piecesCTlthhia sworcl Her cries are heartrending her blood fows Then tho cries cease she is dead The outraged audience are about to spring at the throat of the fiendish fa kir when lol a miracla In the edge of the crowd somewhere the child gnddenly appears laughing and bowing If the fakir killed her he brought her to liie again sound and lovely M before She comes into the circle again gler bids ascend into the air Up sh fjoes higher and higher till lost tn view and nobody knows whither that eldld does vanish These facts have been aufflciently at tested by reliable witnwwen Hard headed newspaper men described the scenes artists themiw they appeared The pho tograph was flashed 6n thtm Result nothing there Yet the had toJd the truth and tho witnesses had lied There was absolutely nothing here The rascally fakir had simply hypnotized his whole stiditnce of shrewd highly intelligent men The camera he could not hypnotize TEIE tariff is a tax A high tariff is a high tax A protective urilf is a tax ievied with a view of supporting pauper industries In this land of great natural resources why need a high tax be levied upon the people to foster prelected cor porations si ptmod c SJ sajq4 pan inao euo jo jCjaticq B 08 ssaj jon inq 03 uuqi fssj Supsaj gjuSas no edoosijuiod eqi Cq sSep go j UKIJJ sse 3on Supssj ssjuag eqi at tuicaS diuCs ajdurn 10 easo jnSns Never Mind Sir John Sir John ilacdonsld Camida is evi dently concerned about States in a way that interferes with his diges tion In a speech at Halifax he said of the land that sums ip 63000000 inhab itants against Canadas It is a srrcaE country but It wQl tudea atiU rerolutlaiu Look at mjua of for eigu and wbjclt imx flooded that country with commualun uid all otber lams We lit uxidvr flifc of EQffUcd ODii look Trttjtl upon the of fierce democracjaerov frontier Never cnind Sir John take care of our isms Did yon eyer notice that if you take a small bottle of kero sene oil and pour it orer a stone floor and set fire to it it will burn with great blaze and smoke but no explosion will follow On the other hand fire to it in the bottle and it will blow your ever lasting head off Just so with those very bad men our atheitti and com mnniits It ig mnci safer to let then ventilate their ideas than to try to hot tie them up People who talk tremen dously are not dangerotu eqi tri ppum re uo TJJUM pstjd i moo Sawq saoijipuoo nunisa ptmod B ajneo ojij jo iinncq B ssitS ss3j3aoo jo j JHBJ eip juq inesoail JB uqnQ rncuj eaij SattaS fo on eitrq eM The North Canadian Atlantic Rail way and Steamship company limited is its name and it proposes to construct a railway from Quebec to the extreme eait coast of Labrador Tuence a line of the swiftest known to these times will convey across the ocean to Milford Hates on the coast of south Wales By this line pansengers can reach Europe from Chicago lo fira days and twentyone COUNTY TAXES THE JOURNALS FALSE FIGURES EXPOSED Correct Conuty levies Compared With Its Onrbleil 3icnrro The Journal continue lo parade ils columns of false and garbled figures with the idea that n lie becomes effective if reiterated often enough In making its comparison between Cuss and other counties as to the levy for couuty purposes it fails to charge up against the other counties all of Ihe levy fcr county purposes This the trick in the whole business Tuis is why its Satires appear to make a bad showing for Cuss county The Pharos to day presents the true levies in xhe various counties Our fig ures lire taken from the official report of the county treasurers nil which arc now in tho hands of County Treasurer Any person who calls at the Ireasurers office will be shown the ofn cial documents Journal Figures Counties Case county LaPorte Howard So Lake SO Wabash 40 Marshal Wayne 81 Carroll 40 Tippecanoe 00 Pulaski 50 Huntington 40 Marion 38 BenlPD 4o Grant 55 Henry 40 Miami 00 White 00 Union 35 Clinton 50 Fnltou 354 Randolph 30 Steuben 78 15 Scott 50 Newton 59 Switzerland Rush 30 Hamilton 45 Orange SO Delaware 40 Owen 40 Jennings 30 Noble 50 Ohio 50 Vanderburg 58 Dubois 60 Brown 66 Putnam 23 Adams 5S Vigo 60 Koaciusko 49 Monroe 70 Floyd 49 Blackford 50 Parlse 45 Montgomery 40 Gibson 34 Fayelte 25 Jasper60 Jefferson53 Harrison50 Lawrence41 Boone43 Hendricks30 Dearborn50 Decatur55 Elkhart55 Washington40 Posey55 J ackson43 Jay40 Morgan33 Wells60 Lagrange44 Knoi45 Tipton45 Porter30 Warrick75 Davies53 Green Vermillion50 j Spencer I Bartholomew50 j Ripley50 j Shelby43i Correct Figures 80 23 57 45 43 44 42 66 j 78 73 50 49 66 80 40 73 CO 55 50 47 SO 42 SO 83 54 G6i 64i 70 72 Hnncock43 St Joseph34 Clay35 Whitley35 00 The following counties are omitted by Ihe Journal doubtless on purpose Ct aw 125 PROFITABLE HORTICULTURE G Henton Writes of the Fruit Farmi of tlie Pacific Coast JSpfiCial Correspondence SAM FRANCISCO Oct increase of fruit growing as a source of revenne on the Pacific slope is very rapid The public generally is accustomed to look upon California as the center of the fruit business fnd hitherto Oregon aad Wash ington have not been assocfKteii to any extent wi th the source of supply for the eastern fruit markets But experiments in these latter states on a emal Ecale have demonstrated an adaptability to fruits of various kinds not inferior to Californias Peaches and apples have been found to be a source of unfailing profit in Oregon and ns for prunes expert judges pronounce that both Oregon and Washington excel Italy and Franco in the production of fine merchantable prunes One orchard near Portland this year yielded an average of SI100 to thu acre in peaches The owner of the orchard informed mo that he had 110 trees to the acre and that his rick this season averaged ten boiea to the tree sold in the home market at a box His trees are only live year old and have not reached their best condition yet for thrcn succes sive seasons they havo yielded a full crop of fine frnit In the vicinity of Ashland Ore and ill through tho Rogue river valley pears peaches apples and prunes have been found to yield exceptionally well both us to quantity and quality Oregon peaches found to possess a better flavor than California peaches and are fully equal to the Delaware product while so far the orchards have been ex empt from the diseases which tend to make tho crop uncertain iu the eat AJ n result thousands of acres are being planted to fruit trees and canneries and drying houses make it possible to utilize the crop Clark caunty Ore has at present 1000 acres in prunes and the annual increase is notable The crop this season yielded from to iJOOO per acre and he or chards have never failed to produce an abundant yield The larger the crop of prnnea the greater the price This is dne to thi fact that Chicago jobbers are ready to handle the Oregon prune when the supply is sufficient to justify them in making an effort to place it upon the market As soon as these jobbers lose the fear that the supply will be exhaust ed before orders can be filled the Oregon article will almost entirely supersede tho imported prune Thus is found a field for practically unlimited prodaction of this increasingly popular article of food A few acres planted to prunes alone may be safely re lied upon as a sure source of revenue to the farmer The trees are hardy and thrifty and require relatively little tinie or care to bring them into bearing age Forty to sixty acres judiciously planted to frnit trees make all one fanner need want Hence in the fruit growing re gions there is no room for extensive land holdings and a large and prosperous population is assured W G BESTON IODIDE OF CTAXOQEX j and iodine Nothing la easier than tha i preparation of iodide of cyanogen a very volatile body which possesses a strong tendency to ajiaame a definite crystalline form pound in a mortar u mixture I of fifty grama of cyauida of mercury and 100 grams of Iodine under the action of the peatle the powder which waa at first a j brownish color asaumea a ahade of bright vermilion red cyanogen combines with the Iodine and tranaforma Itself Into fumes with great rapidity If the powder ix placed at the bottom of a stoppered glass jar the f umea of the Iodide of cyanogen Im mediately condense thereby producing beautiful crystals which often attain con siderable sizo Cyanogen forms with sulphur a remark able One of its combination well knoirn owing to Ita singular properties la Bulphocyanide of mercury with which email combustible cones are mado and generally designated jy the title of Pharaohs serpents For making theaeaome sulphocyanidci of potas sium ia poured Into a lolutlon of nitrate acid on mercury which forma a precipitate of sulphocyanide of mercury This is H white combuatlble powder which after paaaing through a filter should be trans formed into a stiff pnlp by means of water containing a solution of ffum The pulpig A Escape St 45 75 j lira Jones the secoad co Mr Wilynm Dobaon Jonra yon neednt lay nnthmg Ef yer fturt wif9 hadnt a died yond a been a The melancholy and irritability of the Russian czar are increasiiig Before many years he will undoubtedly die be killed or go crazy Tie curses and wail Ing cries of tortured subjects must bring their own result in due PHARAOHS SEllPEJfT afterward mixed with a quantity of nitrate of potash and fashioned into cones or cylinders of about an inch and a quar ter in length which ahoulcl be thoroughly dried The egg thus obtained can be hatched by the simple application of a match and gives rise to the phenomenon The sulpho cyanlde slowly expands the cylinder in creases in lengfctt and changes to a yellow ish substance which dilates and extends to a length of isome twenty inches it haa th appearance of a gen nine serpent which haji Just started in to existence and stretches cm fn coila endeavoring to escape from its prison During the decomposition of the aulphocyanido of mercury quantities of sulphurous aclfl are thrown off and it is to be regretted that Pharaohs serpent prove his appearance by such a disagreeable suffocating odor Fuftt Telegrams Thefastcat telegram on record according to one authority was Mat by the late Mar quis of iSorinanby to the queen in 1SSO an nouncing the opening of the Queensland exhibition That message which con tained seventynsight words occupied twen tythree minutes In transit including repe titions The cable message which conveyed tha result of the last English Derby to the An tipodes occupied the short space of one hour and thirtythree seconds in transmia which gives it a prominent place in the records of rapid transmission between England and Australia Interesting Statistics According to The New York Sun at tha beginning of this century 21000000 persons spoke English 81500000 French 30000000 German 31000000 Russian 26000000 Span ish and 16000000 Italian Now 123000000 persons talk English 50000000 French 40000000 Spanish 70000000 Russian and 80000000 Italian Scientific evvs and Notes Compressed air supplied from a central station to different houses has lately been applied In Paris as a rival to hydraulic power for ihe working ot elevators and lifts According to the government statistician of New South Wales diamonds are found In that colouy as well as Victoria and Queensland The principal fields in the former are situated at Bingera near ell and the mining has been fairly success ful These diamonds aro ou a par with those found in Brazil It is believed that the hollyhock was brought to Europe from as early as the year 1873 There is a waterfall of 3400 feet in tne Alps n Switzerland said to be the highest In the world An interesting discovery made In Pales tine during the present Is that of tut ancient pool of Sethesdawhich has hither to been confounded with the Birket LsraeL Recent excavations of tho Algerine monks under tue rulna of the Crusader Church of St Anns Jerusalem have laid bare two rock hewn wells containing water which have been repeatedly built over These correspond with the descriptions of Beth asda as given by the fathers of the church BDI the pilgrims of the Fourth century Wit mercy sake if yon must smoke smoke cigara and not that hor rid pipe smoke a pipe for the sake of economy Do you umoke a pipe in your office JSoo I amoke cigars there Well yon smoke your pipe there and tell the firm i for the sake of econ omy Theyll soon raise yonr New York Weekly emus SOAP I CHICAGO 1 was iu need of a friend but realizing the full meaning of the word friendship it was a ask for rue to choose out of be multitude The same thing holds coed when we are sick We know we are in ueed of medicine but find it hard I choose from Ihe mass Do not jump hastily nt anything that is offered you The compounds you take oftentimes ir lieves the paiu bat injure the system in such a manner thnt you ouly find it o 1 when it is too late Looses Extrnct n Red Clover is nnture speaking to yti through one of us servants If you suflVr from rheumatism scrofula eruptions running sores any ntul all blood orders indigestion sick heudnche am coustipotion or sour stomach nature to you tnke Red Clover Our fluid Ex tract contains absolutely nothing bu Red Clover and will not injure a baby For sale by B F Keisling PrrMrrlplionn of all Accurate compounded at B F Kecs liugs Ny 305 Fourth street where you can Hod the largest stock of toilet ar ticles perfumeries coirretics eponpcB hair bath shaviuir and tooth brushes Truss titling a All the lending patenl medicines HU to found on my shelves My slock of drugs and chem icals rannol be excclkil in town Also sole iiirent for VanWerts Balsam for the throat ami luuss which 1 recommend to all as a superior remedy for coughs i colds aelhcna bronchitis and consump lion Call for a trial size free Large j dollar bottle holding onehalf pint for i 50 rents Remember the place K K i Keesliuis No 305 Fourth strcit llolil It 10 Hie The man who tells you confidentially just what will cure your cold is prescrib ing Kemps Balsam this year In ihr prepaeaUou of this remarkable medicine tor coughs and colds no expense is sparec lo combine onlv tho best and purest in gredients Llold a botilc of Kemps sum to the Hght and look through H notice the bright clear look then com pare with other remedies Large at all diuggisis 50c and 00 Sample bntile free rill Vnti SICK J1KADAC11K Looses Red Clover Tills cuie sicl headache dyspepsia ijdigcstion const pution 5e per box 5 boxes for SI Ko sale by 13 F Keeslinir Mr C U Jones of Spring HillIoivii I have used Chamberlains Tail Balm fur severe aud painful burns will belli r elTict anyihing else I IJHVII ever tried It relieves ilie puin instant and cures without leaving a scar Puin Balm is one of the most useful meilieincii thai any fimily cuu be providiil willi especially iheuinntisni lunie bnuk sprains bruises toalh ache ear ache anil like ailments One ar plication will re lievc ihe puin and a fiiir irml insure n cure Vj ciiit for sule liy B F i Life is misery to thousands of ppople who have the taint ot scrofula In their blood There is no other remedy equal to Hoods 8arsaparila for Kcrofula salt rheum and every foun nf blood 11 is reasonable sure lo benefit all who try U Pile Nollri IlIFS T1LKS PILES Looses lied Clover Iile Remedy ie a positive cneritlc for all forms of the disease Blind bleeding itching ulcer jated and protruding 80c j For sale by B F Keeslin j want every mother lo know that croup can be prevented True croup j never appears without a warning The first symptom is hoarseness thea tte child appears to havo taken cold or a cold may have accoinpained the hoarseness from the start Afier tlmt a peculiar rough cough is developed which is fol lowed by the croup The time to act is when the child I5rst becomes hoarse a few dotes of ClutmboiIains Cougb Item will prevent the attack Kven after a rough cough has appeared the diseaee may be prevenled bv using Ihis remedy is dirtMled For siibi by B F Kessling Headache Neuralgia Uizziness Nerv ousness Spasms Sleeplessness cured by Dr Miles Nervine Samples free at Ben Fishers I tifuriual ion for Vou Table snowing the percentage of deaths by nerve and lung in tje stntes named Xew Yolk Main 3 Michigan UO Massachusetts 3 Ohio 20 N Hampshire 3 Pennsylvania Rhode Isiaud Indiana 1H Connecticut 25 MitinesoU V8 25 Wisconsin i8 NSest Virginia 2 Iowa IU Kansas Jl Tennessee 10 Xebraskn 11 Illinois 15 California Ij Vermont 0 Kentucky 2 All who are suffering from nerve or lung trouble cannot change residence yet they cnn be cured or greatly bemfitte 1 by using Miltons Nerve and Lung Foot Sold by Johnston Bros k Br QilLLS facilitates EiDV Jftpl OlnUr Dill I C Cures Couglis Colds DUiLL Asthma Bronchitis p A 1 1 ft 1 roupInci f 3 u nipt ion pient Con tod relieves Consura iive Persons 25 ce fiinirc LANQtS CVBE8 Co SHUKt tarrh Frtca Q Cs ft ill drift fi SURE CURE FOR CATARRH FOR OVER FIFTY YEARS Oils old Sovereign Remedy haa stood the test and stands today the best known j remedy for Catarrb Cold in the Head i aud Headache Persist in its use and it will effect a cure no matter of how j long standing the case may be i For sale by drujrsnsts BIEe WESTS immt AND BRAIN TREATMENT horoirt to lpttve Montr Over CO people were forced to leave theii homrs esleiiiy lorall HI iheirdruggisti for a free trial pjirkagc1 of Lanes Family Medicine H your blood is bad your livii and kidneys arc out of order if you mv rorisliojited and have headache Hnd an complexion dont fail lo on any druggist loday for a free sample of ihis grand reoiedy The praise it Every one likcf it Lurije size packages 50 cents Moot nr fcxm M fi ywr tntgttt tor tjn Compound tl4 M ircow Z Ftampt i iir COMPART M t i Woodwnrd in LoiranRport by B Fiilier druggist TIME TABLE TUIIIS W CARgYllG HSSEICOM KAST BOUNU New York Exprow dallj i m iVrijne ex Sunday IB Kan City Tol cx Sunday 11 MO am Atlantic Express ilaily p m Acc3mraoiation fir p in WEST IKjOD Paciflc daily m jn fur p is Kansae Jitv or Sunday p m Lttfayettcaccomniodatlon Sun ij6 p II St louis Kxprufs daily in WABAPIl WESTERN UEPCT WEST IOOA3T EAtT BOIND f r Louis and Rmtm Ex AtHy S06 no Paseengcr A is Xew York limited ff Atlantic El WEST IKJOD p p m p BI ijr fiprr 4 ClT r Pacific Ex Ma 1 and Louis limit d CSt L PAXHAXDLB HOCTM BrtADFIJKD DIV1KIOS ARRIVE a Eastern EXPTCSS m p m Llof m 4 A p AccvrrnioiJation 8rtM nrf Marion p 0i4 RICHMOM nivIiKiS a m Nilrtit EiprOM m I if p Accommodation II 40 of 11 2pm Accommodation 1 30 p Day Dl lMJlAJfAporis Divjiijoir a m Nisht Express 25 p liay p B CHIJAG orvrfiioir a m Nhrfit m l47p Pohnn Day EiDfPW p us p Af aa Accommodation p u HTArK UNE DIV1JSJOS 1 30 p Mail Express 74ia Express p mft IJrlSa Freight Trains marked run dailr Trains MarlKKl run daily except Sunday VAXDALIA LINE SOCTH BOCXD Local FreUrht Terre Riiitc Express MI Mail Train M Through freight m MIRTH UuLMJ Order of World The most rapid increase of membership U In the west I B F Eeesllntr sole agent JLoganeporv Mail Train n South Bend EiprvM Throusb Freight Sgf p Arriving time 4 minute rtiam lor
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