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23 Jul 1887

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Crawfordsville Journal Dispatch (Newspaper) - July 23, 1887, Crawfordsville, IndianaThe cottage Thomas Block. One per cent since the june report. The condition of Spring wheat has reduced nearly ten per cent the effect of drought and insects the present condition being four Points lower than july iss6. New room new fixtures new goods. Everything first class and satisfaction Giliar aniseed by Kelley amp Mccol Lohigh cottage grocery. Journal dispatch. Pabl ism every evening except Sanday by t. U. K. Mccain. Off1ce-j17 South Green Street. Terms of subscript cos the Jorn al dispatch t Ritj to carriers of in ii it a a. R Init it in her Morith or fat a year. Saturday july 23, iss. Mhz shake is a for Beer. Brood substitute the Rock Ille Gas Well has reached the enormous depth of feet and no Trenton vet. ,100 the Western Union Telegraph company has 153,000 Miles of wire i5,.ii7 of tick 24,717 employee and la so year train omitted .j3,000,000 civics sabres. Til e name of or. I. A tiv cd Lor mercy of the Indiana conference and a inv of Cincinnati is being mentioned for Bishop of next general Conier Cnoc. Quot Advie Viise by the year quot said an old and experienced business Man. A it is cheaper and yields a better return in proportion to the Money invested. An advertisement should always be before the Public in Good shape. If it disappears it is soon for Gotton. Those who remain before the Public have the advantage acid superiority in Way of compete Loii. There is Only one excuse for the discontinuance of an advertise air ii Uhl that is retiring from by a Esse. A Fink game �>1" Hall. Thou vhf Doceti work in the Box unil shut the Trevi Iton stocks out. One of the Best games of the season was played yesterday let tween Crawfordsville and Kokomo. The steady work done by Thomas in the pit it ier ii Box Bilicke a by the remarkable Fie Klug kept the Kokomo Striplings fri iii getting round to the plate once. Only two of their men saw third base. A Fine Raja Ning Ratcli by Newman in sight fac i in the ninth inning Vought him Well Meritet applaud six. Newman has found his Pliski in right Field. In this position Vik is Winnin Back the friends by nearly Lomg in his , in on Short Stop. The Kokonos also played a Mudi better Gane toxin on thursday he ing Stre by a new Batter Ira the it allowing like it coie cd tall oils al la Sweet toned Bells. Rio a a oct an invitation to Alito attend the services at the Dolfl Erent churches of the City to Morrow morn Antl eve. 10 0 a. A at Trie african Baptist Church elder Miller will preach both morn in and evening. A at the african methodist Church Rev. Or. Coleman will hold services at the usual hours m. And 7 30 p. In. A religious services will be held at the Small court room to Morrow at 10 30 a. M. By Rev. 7 s. Maxwell of the Christian Chirch. A there will be no services tomorrow at the first presbyterian Church theist or. H. Hays being away Frosa this City on his vacation. A at tie salvation Barracks there will the four services held to Morrow led but a Captain Kemp. Knec olog Kal Drill free and Eai a and salvation meetings. A at the Christian Church Rev. A. P. Having will preach in the morning at 10 30 and in the evening at 6 30. Sunday sch x i at 2 p. M. A cordial invitation is extended to the Public to attend services at thi r. J emus Green room. Tent life As it exists behind the red curtain. When in ver. A Xuwu 6 years of Agif pry 18s7, t quot a al it oni jail a Ltd 62, Uniti Bitett a by ill Date if ions a Soldier to Janua wiil Date however he is at late his pension Hilt 62�s Hir tilday. Tut for build ii associations out and at the a Elk Nofort have paid fourth one will terminate in about month. Their benefits May be seen in the Many Happy Homes owned and paid for by people who otherwise would have been unable to have Olua ined them. T a. Blatz a. A Alverl . O Brien l a. Eucl of. Eliot Epson 1. Be ii Divizie t a Trio taxi i Vic Jiki. N 1.� l of t. .0 4 1 a a 0 1 �4 1 5 a is fun 0 a a 4 a a a o 1 0. ,1 a 11 of 1 1 a i 1 1 a a 0 in a a a 0. Y 2.3 or a a 2 Kokomo. 0 0 j to 5 .0 1 1 0 0 1 a a. 1 o .0 o. S 0 a -.0 0 a it a 0 .0 u. \ 0 0 .0 a 1 0 0 a 1 a it i a. 1g 21. 11 10 Karni a runs . Ivylle two by in Lill. Wifi x-1. Ivlue . A truck out c Luu a Kokomo 4. Stolen tilt st a Newman i Putz Devine he Mattw Myers. Time two hours. Umpire Carrol. T a. Blatz a. A Alverl . O Brien l a. Eucl of. Eliot Epson 1. Be ii Divizie t a Trio taxi i Vic Jiki. Steru ivs. i. A at up. Dashnaw la. Nov c of. In Ivan tib. Keys 1f Keno Rob. Karni a runs . Ivylle two by in Lill. Wifi x-1. Ivlue . A truck out c Luu a Kokomo 4. Stolen tilt st a Newman i Putz Devine he Mattw Myers. Time two hours. Umpire Carrol. uru Gail a. The can Tibbals object to mis Ion Aries being sent to Triem who Are addicted to the habit of to Jacco Clew a quot. A tobacco tainted Nitiss Ionar is not just what the pampered taste of the average Cannibal craves. Would be missionaries to the Canni Val islands will be governed accordingly. Some there is now apparently Prospect of a Goesl peach season. The makers of peach a sets look for a Good Deal of fruit. The two Basket factories of Smyrna uel., have made in the three months they have Lieen at work 7o<i, baskets or half enough to Supply the do to la a Kii sichts of the Jim iii try a it out that Viii to i a Luiis Couly. The Village of Waveland has he come the for thieves and several burglaries were committed there this week. On saturday night Clore s meat Market was broken into and $5 in Cash taken Frono the drawer. On sunday night they i itch or. I. E. Dunlavy and carrying Las pantaloons out of doors extracted his pocket Hook which contained a out $8. The doctor continues to sleep these warm nights with the Wuu lows up and desires them to try it again. The same night they waited on we. M. By Erly. Their work at this place was done on credit As there was nothing in tie pocket Book. Mands of Deleware his season. And Maryland the Blackberry crop in the South part of the state is so heavy that shippers Are unable to furnish crates in which to ship them. Our express agent on the X. A. Amp c. Was equal to the occasion yesterday brought in a half Bushel sack Thev were converted into Jam and full. And Blackberry cordial when they arrived at their destination. An Effort is being made to secure quot the presence of general Sherman at the Crawfordsville re Union this fall. General Lew Wallace is chairman of the committee on Banner. Besides Sherman invitations will be extended to Gen. Tom Wood Gen. Howard Gen. Schofield and other distinguished soldiers of the late army of the Cumberland. The quot Midsummer quot character of the forthcoming August Century is marked by the opening article snubbing thro Jersey quot the first of two Holiday papers written and illustrated by 3 group of artists who went last summer on a voyage Over the raging Delaware and Raritan canal. That their portfolios were loaded with novel Anil picturesque material will be Provell in these cent Fry papers. The agricultural depart ment reports com in a High average condition nearly eighty nine per cent with a heavy a rage in acreage. In Winter wheat there has been a decline in condition Niobe especially in Kansas and California off being Over a new lilo Raphy. Gen. H. B. Carving on was in the cite to Day. Lie has been at Chicago for two weeks visiting his sons. He goes to Indianapolis this evening to Confer with mrs. Morton in reference to the publication of a new life of her late husband the great War governor quot of Indiana. Gen. Car ringtone has in his Possession All the secret Poydence captured Dur ing the War Between citizens of in Diana and the Confederate authorities. It is the intention to set it al out in the new volume. He did not state whether he was to be the author of the work or not. Card of thanks. Permit me to Retina my wan nest thanks to the Gootel it eople for their Valu Ible assistance in suddenly moving my Mammoth Stock of Ceries. Being in a great hurry distance was valuable under the pressing circumstances. Esix Ocial thanks Are due the ladies who worked heroically and rendered great service. I am still at the Bat with Jerry on deck. Thankfully yours Tom Church. A at Center Church Rev. Cunningham will preach morning and evening. Sunday school at the usual hour 2 p. M. There will be no More services at this Church for one Mont ii or. Cluj Gingham having been a noted leave of absence for that Lime a st. John s Church seventh Sun a after Trinity. Holy communion 8 of a. M. Matins Litany and ser Moi 10 30 a. M. Sund in school at 2 00 p. M. Evensong and Sermon 30 p. M. Monday feast of st. Ames the great. Holy commit Union 9 00 a. M. Rev. J. F. Foster will conduct services morning and evening at the missionary Baptist Church at 10 30 m. And 7 30 p. M. Subject of morning discourse quot knowledge of Christ the Christian s loss and evening subject quot the Christian s Delight and the world s the Public invited. A at the methodist Church class meeting will be held at the usual hour in the morning. Rev. Alfred Kummer will preach at 10 30 from the subject quot the hid sunday school at 2 p. M. Young Peoples meeting at Motley and cosmopolitan array in tho dressing Koomso Indian performer tho Are too much in Earnest employees of a circus. Tho performers sitting around upon their trunks dressing Ai a cosmopolitan lot. Native americans Yankees wild a westerners mexicans Indian half Breeds germans West indians South americans English scotch Irish and representatives from All the nations of Continental Europe excepting Only Russia and Turkey. How they manage to live together in peace and Harmony is More than one can quite understand but quaites Are rare among them. They aro great boasted a however these Cirtis performers and often engage in Friendly contests of skill or strength to Back up their pretensions and even As we look a Veteran of tho ring is showing his companions How to used to balance himself while standing on his head in midair. Many of these men aro All round performers. Athletes while Youtie advancing years and Fai Luig strength of suppleness have compelled them to Cut out their work according to their physical ability. Thus they take up Oiin thing after another per tenaciously sticking to tho business and willing to be dog trainers at $35 a week if they cannot Tumble at s50, ride a pad at $100 or do the bareback at $200 to $250. Circus jux informers Are essentially itinerant. Not Only aro they continually travelling from one City to another but they visit nearly All tho countries of tho Earth. After a performer has made the Rounis of America for two or three seasons to finds it advantageous to make a tri to Europe thus avoiding what is termed quot wearing out quot with the circus going Public. Three out of four of these men Ciui so Peak four languages Ami some of them twice that Nuin Bei. Tho idea is that circus performers Aie a dissolute lot. But this is a mistake. Canvas men and Bill posters May be 1� addicted to the use of red Eye and inclined to engage in free fights with country toughs cd with themselves but tho performers aro quite different. They look Down upon the boaters and helpers As actors look upon stage hands and associate but Little with them. The incessant demands of his profession upon iils time and strength Are so great that the average performer finds dissipation Well nigh impossible. Perhaps a majority of the quot artists save Money each season and Many of them Are men of a Niue quot owning houses in their native country. Notwithstanding the better Opportunity for rest and sleep afforded by railway transportation show life is anything but play As is quickly discovered by the silly boys who run a Vay from Home to quot follow the even the a a a Conners excepting Only a very few Are required to play Many parts in the circus Day appearing five or six times in the ring during an afternoon and an equal num ler of times of , during the evening. This Means ten or a dozen changes of costume these changes to be made in a hurry and often while standing upon wet cold ground with a rainstorm beating upon tho tent overhead and the temperature As Cooling As a a fat 4. a Wei Dye of Faith cannot be her feet were firmly planted on the Rock amid the wildest storms she stands undaunted nor quails before the loudest Thunder Shock. She knows omnipotence has heard her prayer. And cries quot it shall be done quot sometime somewhere. A Browning. Trials of a druggist s clerk. To Mast prescribe for poor patients As Well As compound prescriptions. To be successful in these times a druggist must be something of a physician or at least pretend to some knowledge of Medicino. It is no longer sufficient that he should compound the prescriptions of doct. Is he must be Able to prescribe As Well few i v a the number of Pei son who apply to i. A each Day for remedies. The writer was sitting in a drug store of sixth Avenue recently waiting for a prescription to be made up when an old woman entered and approaching the counter said in a husky voice quot can t you Tell me what will euro this trouble i have in my Throat seems sometimes As i d go of with it quot numerous remedies were suggested but she had tried them All. The clerk however who was experienced in the business was equal to tho occasion. He began by asking doctor fashion tho exact nature of her ailment nodding his head wisely at cach answer Sho gave him. When she had finished he said in a confident manner quot i guess we can fix you All right. Be seated one moment and i will mix you a Medicine that will make you feel ten Yeai a to then poured a variety of fluids from several bottles on tho shelves into a phial Shook them Well together adjusted a Label with written directions As to How the Medicine Shodd 1� taken wrapped it in paper and handed it to the old lady who walked out of tho store with an air of great satisfaction. Quot that old lady in a Type of Many who come hero every Day quot he observed. Quot i do not know Why they place so much Confidence in the judgment of a druggist but they do nevertheless tho practice of physicians must suffer by it quot Why there is one old gentleman who never thinks of going to a regular Jjack Titiner to cure his gout but whenever an attack approaches limps around hero and takes whatever prescription we give him with perfect Faith. Of course a druggist can Tell by the prescriptions he compounds for physicians what is Good to give in Many cases but he cannot to expected to make a diagnosis of disorders and recommend the proper remedies. Quot in cases where people Are poor and Camion afford to pay a doctor s Bill we aro Only too willing to do the Best we can for them. A great Many such people depend entirely upon our judgment except in extreme cases. But those who can afford the expense should go to a regular practising York mail and express. Constipation is called the quot father of uis cases quot because there is no medium through which disease so often Nttf-ks-1 a system As by the absorption it Imicun-.l-. I in the retention of decayed and Eltsie mutter in tho stomach and bowels. It is caused by a torpid liver not enough bile being excreted from the blood to produce nature s own cathartic and is generally accompanied with such results As. Loss of appetite sick headache. Bad breath7efc. The treatment of constipation does not consist merely in unloading the bowels. The Medicine purgative but be a tonic As Well an not produce Amer its use greater Cost Veness. To secure a regular habit of body without changing the diet or dis organizing the system Simmons the popular route a be Nee no Cincinnati Indianapolis Lafayette and meeting at 6 15. The evening service will be something new. A query Box will be opened into the questions asked during the week will be answered by the pastor. Ever body made Welcome. A who smokes set tiie to Alba Braden s silk umbrella in tiie Amphitheater of quot the Ball Park tuesday afternoon ind when the same Lellow took a seat beside him with a fresh Cigar yesterday Alba changed his seat. He was afraid of losing his clothes next. The icon Tanicala Gazette is out. Among the contribution of interesting articles is one by professor Coulter and j. X. Rose on anew species of Plant recently discovered by them. Till retailers of the to Unai dispatch will be Grid to hear that the Little girl advertised by mrs or. W in hit l i to week found a Good Home with or. And mrs. Abbot of Mace. Re As the average falling card of to links. I desire to return my sincere thanks to All members of the salvation army and All the friends who so kindly gave their assistance during the sickness and death of my late husband Alex Johnson mrs. Lizzie Johnson. The ditch for the Mains to carry water into the College buildings have been finish etl and the pipe will be Laid monday. It is the intention to put water into every room in the main building Peck Hail the museum and engine House. A couple of quot Lifie fountains will be placed in the As practicable. Sev Kaki. New and pc Kerful freight engines Are in service on this division of the l., n. A. Amp of railway. This to it is doing an immense freight business. Milk shake has greatly increased the demand for milk and the Dairy business is on a Boom. It is about time for some Man to Start a new Dairy. A spark from a locomotive set the grass in the College Campus on fire yesterday and quite a Large space was burned Over. The mets will dance to night. Their new Patent programme be used for the ii st time to night. Will one of w. H. Bcott s Fine is afflicted with Pink Eye. Coleman is treating it. J. W. Micue Fine buggy rare Cago. Has Brou Back from horses h. J. It his Chi Lakeshore May Day. There is a ladies dressing room too a smaller tent wherein a score of women Parade riders and performers gather to prepare themselves for the Public Eye. Of course no masculine feet Are allowed to enter these sacred Precita but press agent Day seizes the Opportunity to impress upon his listener s Nind the fact that All circus women Are ladles and that they Are at All times Cai fully protected from insults. Quot just As soon As a lady performer begins to develop in her specially her services become valuable to somebody and that somebody sees that she is taken care of. Contrary to the general impression almost impregnable safeguards Are thrown about the persons of women who earn their livelihood in circuses differing widely in this respect from tho conditions met with on the just without the dressing room and near the curtain through which the Iier formers make their entrances and exits is a tented Ante i Oom. Here the performers gather iii groups to a visit their Call. Here tho trained horses Aie brought to be Capar ironed for their appearance before the multitude. A lady in Pink tights and spangles and with a pint of paint on her face picks her Way Dainty Over the turf to the Entrance and stands beside the iii be she is soon to ride leisurely Reading a fashion paper. Another pauses for a moment to hush her Baws cries by coddling the wee thing in its Mother s bosom. Near by sits the Phisid and spectacled wardrobe woman sowing away at a rent garment unmindful of the restless horses tramping near her and seeming not to hear the screams and shouts and shots of tho mimic Indian Battle going on in the larger tent. She and All about her Bec Oino interested when the word passes that one of Custer s men has been shot in the Eye by a Sioux Bravo and tho member Bathily burned. These indians Are eagerly watched by those who have to perform with them tho red Man is inclined to be too realistic in his circus work becoming much excited and altogether too Earnest. Hist them indians quot says a Young country boy who does duty As one of Custer s soldiers they Pear to think they re actually in a fight and they want to kill somebody in dead Earnest we boys Are fearfully afraid they la Load their guns with balls sometimes and do us press agent Day volunteers the explanation that a Large majority of the employees of a circus Are genuine Hoise lovers. Quot they Are largely boys who were brought upon farms quot he says quot where they learn cal to love horses it beats All tho number of opportunities we have to hire Young Fellows in the country. I suppose a he narc a a play is about the number who offer their a services to us at any com Onsa tion we Soo fit to pay. Nine out of ten of them Are lovers of horses tho hours amps in a circus like this and we have 250, Are All Well treat a. The hustlers can t do too much for them and even the Driver of the commonest Wagon team is ready to fight for his horses if any one six it aks ill of them. You would be much ainu i to hear a lot of these Drivers Boa sting of the accomplishments of their steeds. Thi a Are worse than tho a these Young ladies who ride in the prices in a do Thoy get pretty Good pay t a yes better than Ballet girls. The fact is. There and very few girls who can ride Well enough to suit us. A Good horsewoman is not sufficient she nest have unlink Tieti courage and a Good Deal of Mil Scle for the dangers of Street a a railing Are i eat. Runaways often occur and hot is Are Likely to become excitable and Staniz it etly. Women equal to these co agencies Aie not easily found a quot a Chicago Herald. Quot Charity anti need. I hear that a certain pretty and popular actress proposes to give next season a series of quot Charity matinees quot every tuesday. The Entinio proceeds will let a Given each week to some needy and meritorious Charity. It will be a Good move for everybody concerned. The Public will like the matinees the Benell Cis Ries will Benefit substantially and the pretty and benevolent actress will get no end of York graphic. Norway s Trade. The Export of from Norway is a growing Trade 255,000 tons having been exported last year. In a few years perhaps it will be possible for an american in Europe to ask for a Glass of water without being regarded As a new York Tribune. A Story of ulysies Grant. Gen. Averill the Union cavalry Leader tells an interesting Story of the first time he Ever saw Ulysses a Grant it was in 1857, while men. Averill was of his Way to join his regiment in new Mexico. When he got fourteen Miles or so West of st. Louis leave was Given Lum to go Back for a few Daj a. He had to wait nearly an hour at Kirkwood for a returning train and he passed the time chatting with Lieut. Craig and his wife on the porch of then cottage. Craig was the commissary of the expedition. While they were sitting there there came up the country Road which skirted the rail Way a single horseman wearing a Blue overcoat such As private soldiers Wear and a Black Felt hat rather broken and worn. In his hand he carried a Small Black Snake whip which to a phed to the pot bellied Mare he was Riding. The animal s Mano and tail it was noticed were full of burrs. The Brownish red face of the stranger was covered with a stubby Sandy Board. When to reached tho Gate he halted dismounted and fastened Bis animal to the picket Fence. Lieut. Craig wont Down to meet him. After an Earnest conversation tho Nan unfastened his animal slowly mounted and Rode away. When the lieutenant returned to the porch he remarked quot Averill would you believe that that Man had every belonged to the army quot quot yes quot was the reply quot he might have been an old quot no quot said Craig quot i mean As an filcer and graduate of the military quot he does t look it now quot Averill rejoined quot who is he quot quot that s old Ulysses Grant of tho fourth infantry quot the Lieulo Nant answered quot he wanted to to employed As commissary clerk to drive the beef cattle and Issue the rations while we Are crossing tho Plains. I could t employ York Sun quot Jay attention after suffering with constipation for two or three years called to Simmons liver regulator and having tried almost Ever it thing else concluded to try it. I first took a and afterwards reduced the dose to teaspoonful As per directions after each meal. I found that it had done me so much Good that i continued it until took two bottles. Since then i have not experienced any i faculty i keep it in my Bouse and would not be without it but have no use for it it having cured w. Sims ass t clerk Superior court 15ibb co., a. Take Only the Genuite quot which has on the wrapper the red Trade Mark and signature of a j. H. Zeimen amp co Wilson dashboards. These waa boards aro made with a Bent Wood rim. The strongest boards and beet wasters in tha world. For a ale by All dealers. Take a other. Sagiiva1v m f g co., a Equaw. My Eulban. Chicago the entire trains rans through without change. Pullman sleepers and elegant reclining chair cars on night to wins magnificent parlor cars on Day trains special Pullman sleepers of night trains bet. Indianapolis and Chicago. Elegant Lio Clining chair cars through without change Between Cincinnati Crawfordsville and Peoria. Emf a to y i Temh which makes Cin 1 Ril i l 1 la 1\ l Cannati its great objective Point for the distribution of Southern and ens torn traffic. Tho fact Liat it connects in the Central Union depot in Cincinnati with the to wins of the c. W. Amp a r. R. B. Amp 0.1 n. Y. P. To. R. R. Erie and the c. C. C. It i. Ivy., i boo Lino for the East As Woll As with tho tonns of the c. N. O. Amp t. P. H y. Cincinnati Southern for the South South coast Imd Southwest gives it an advantage Over All competitors for no Ronto from Chicago Lafayette or Indianapolis can make those connections without compelling passengers to submit to quot a Long and Dimagro Pablo omnibus Transfer for both passengers and baggage. Sik us and double. Fountain Braj a lds Kim e Cut Ane it incomparably the Best. Five trains each Way daily except so Day three trains each Way on sunday Between Indian am Olis and Cincinnati. Through tickets and baggage checks to a Principe Points can be obtained at any ticket office c. I. St. Lamp c. R a also via this line at All Coupon ticket offices throng Hont the country John Egan. Gon. Pass. Att. At. Cincinnati. Ohio. Vandalia line route recorder s office Dee it is and mortgages Caref Tilly drawn up. Money to loan and abstracts of title made on reasonable amp Webster f. D. Abraham attorney at Law s notary Public office no stairs East of b. R. Rns Sou s office Crawford blood. Main Street. The Best re Indianapolis Cincinnati st. Louis and the South Louisville and the West and Southwest. Shortest and quickest out to it. Wayne Putin Bay Detroit and All Points North. The most direct line to the Wes. Lor emigrants. Lowest ates. Trains leave Crawfordsville As follows All carried to the st. I Ouis unit depot. Tickets sold to All Points. For any info nation Call on Oral dress i. A Edgeworth Agen a. Fokd. J. Hill or. Schilling s expand and contract with every respiration 1 better and Wear longer than any other Corset. Every coiled wire Section warranted not to Brea beware of cheap imitations examine the quot Schilly Corset quot before buying other makes and Sto to tiie name cd Sci mixing is stamped of the is Ait 49-Fob Sale eve it it Iheke quot a by a. First class dry goods stores Machupa Tusso by the smolt Minifi amp in my of Quoit m Anoh the mets will assure All who at ten their dance to night a Good time. Be Are and attend the mets Date to night. Head of the profession. Horse doctors in Milwaukee find their profession More inc Tive Tolian that of the physicians who bother then serves Jtb Honan ailments with the additional advantage of a nearly Complete absence of anxiety. Re i. -l., i different styles of Kolding. Few people who have not Given tho matter their attention Are at All aware of tho numerous styles of Riding deemed the Best by the adherents of each and the wide variation Between the different types. The variety of horse furniture is As great As the different styles of Riding and the advocates of each Are Able to see Little Glt xxi in any other. The English Fox Hunter rides on a Flat Saddle with Short stirrups stepped Well for weird the Arab uses even a Shorter Stirrup but rides a deep Saddle while our Hoise indians As Fine equestrians As can to found in the world ride with a nearly straight leg As do the mexicans and cowboys. The English Saddle and seat is excellent for tho purpose it was intended for Riding Over obstacles when frequent Falls Are inevitable but is out of place anywhere else and it is absurd to see people copy the English Saddle and seat where the reasons for it do not pertain. For All around Puri uses the cavalry Saddle and seat ii the Best and cavalry horsemanship throughout the world differs but Little. A deep Saddle a Short seat and a straight leg give the Innest hold and Are far less fatiguing to the rider. An army Saddle would to out of place in the Hunting Field but scarcely More out of i it lace than tho Hunting seat in Park Riding. The wretched Jig Cring up and Down on a Flat Saddle with Short stirrups that is so generally seen among the Green riders in Forest Park is at once offensive and ridiculous to the Eye of every Good horseman and a very Little reasoning should show those who practice it its Absurdity a cavalry officer in Globe Democrat Aira Emimet 8 81.000 dog. Quot that s mrs. Emmet s $1,000 dog quot said the hotel clerk up at the st. James hotel the other Day. Quot Liat s the fellow who took a prize at the dog the animal in question was something Between a water Spaniel and a Skye terrier. It was built like a water Spaniel though somewhat reduced in size but its Long hair had the Silky Quality and Silver color of the terrier. Its eyes were a Beautiful Brown but the nose had the broken and flattened appearance characteristic of the pug. Altogether it was a curious mixture but the general effect was rather pleasing than otherwise. Both Emmet and his Rife Are fond of dogs and 5ie comedian can afford to pay fancy prices for them. Emmet s popularity has waned in certain parts of the country. But a Man who has about 1150,000 in Bonds safely stowed away in Safe Deposit company can vie the waning with considerable York mail and her four Calico dresses. A Southern heiress to half a million dollars can remember that she went through the War with Only four Calico dresses Antl she Felt More fond of them than she does of her Twenty ii Glt Silks univ corsets udicious advertising is a key to certain . M e Gen. Pass. Act. Fen. S 10 the great West was North t Solit i Indiana Bloomington amp Western r.y/. A a a through a 6 passenger trains 6 4 of which run daily 4 including sundays Woodruff sleeping and drawing room Builte press la or and run exclusively on this Tor and run route and its connections. One or More of these cars together with Ssu Oerl or modern Day coaches Are attached to All the Ouirt trains both Day ind in jilt. Steels rails Miller platforms and Coupie tes air brakes and All modern improvements. Short est and to t desirable route Between the East and West. Through tickets and bag Grafie checks to a principal Points. For full information regarding time rates routes consult ticket agents and i., b. Amp folders. Geo. E. Robinson agent. C. A , he , general manager neral ticket at vrho must a Dve Etise and will take pains to satisfy themselves As to the Ijes Millum of liberally. Tobit vim a Waupun re cd cow a always 6ives its patrons the Pun Worobi of their Money by taking them Imago Lafayette Indianapolis Cincinnati Louisville slb�pin6 cars �lre6ant parlor cars solid tickets sold and baggage checked to destination. Prgo Tuapa and time tables u you want to to it a More Flauy iof Zmed a ticket air eats at of upon station amp al have Olieta or address j. A Michie agent Crawfordsville. Ind try the bilious Ness we have tested its Vertnes personally and mow Liat for dyspepsia by ponsness and throbbing headache it is the Best Medicine the world Ever saw we tried forty other remedies before Simmons liver regulator but none of them gave As More than Tempo a Rary Relief the regulator not Only relieved but cured . H. Jones de. Telegu up , Haycoo a. Ski fit. Journal dispatch. Burlington route . Travel via through trains with dining cars Pullman Palace steeping oars modern coaches. Sure connections in Union depots at its terminal Points with trains from and to the Bast West North and South. Cheapest Best a and quickest route from Chicago Peoria Louis to Orsett Denver so Francisco Omaha. Kansas City City of Mexico st. Paul. Minneapolis Portland Ore. St. Joseph Atchison. Tents for tickets sates maps ic., apply to tickets of connecting tines or address t. J. Potter h. B. Stone Paul i 1av.p. . For iia amp Esq one lost United Barll Murtoa 1 m

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