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Indianapolis Indiana Phalanx (Newspaper) - October 4, 1894, Indianapolis, Indiana 6 in Diana Phalanx october 4woman s . Talmage gives his impressions of women As voters. Kew orca patrons Fogt a women the Dach pm of Torki the returns. Mrs. Amelia bloomers parity and politics a woman safer ugh Means peace. Rev. T. De Witt Talmage has visited new zealand and in Iii usual Breezy sensational style writes Home giving his impressions of the country which Are very favourable. In his letter he says another Surprise to me is that female stiff rage is in fall blast. I found elegant ladies telling of their experience at the ballot Box and i hereby report to the american ladies now moving for the right of female suffrage that new zealand is Clear ahead of them and that the Experiment has been made Here successfully. Instead of the ballot Box degrading woman woman is Here elevating the ballot be. And Why in new zealand or America or anywhere else should Man be so afraid to let woman have a vote As though Man himself had made such a grand use of it look at the illiterates and the incompetents who Hava been elected to office and see How poorly the masculine have the right of and Lifrage. Look at the governments of nine tenths of the american cities and see what work the ballot bos has done in the Possession of Man. Man at the ballot Box is a failure. Give woman a Chance. I am not Clear that governmental affairs will be made any better by the change but they cannot be any worse. New zealand has tried it. Let England and America try it. It is often said in America that if women had the right to vote they would not exercise it. For the refutation of that theory i put the fact that in the last election in new zealand of 109,000 women who registered 90,000 have voted while of the 193,000 men who registered Only 129,-000 have voted. This ratio shows that women Are More anxious to vote than men. Perhaps woman will yet save politics. I know the charge that she is responsible for the ruin of her race since she first ate the forbidden fruit in Paradise but i think there is a chapter in that matter of edenic fruit not written. I think that Adam when he saw eve eating that Apple asked for a bite and getting it into his Possession ate the most of it and he immediately Shook the tree for More apples and has been eating Ever since. If woman did first transgress i cannot forget that she introduced into the world the Only being who has Ever done much toward saving it. Woman has started for suffrage and she is a determined and persevering creature and a he will keep on until she gets it. She May yet decide the elections in England and elect presidents of the United states As already she is Busy in the political affairs of new zealand. New occupation for women. A Clever Young woman in Chicago has come to the Relief of mothers who give children s parties but do not know what to do with the children after inviting them. Miss Ashburn plans the entertainment games dances etc., makes out the menu for refreshments and directs the laying of the table. She is a Fine musician and plays for the dancing herself but this is not an indispensable qualification for it is always easy to Supply the music. However there Are other requisites for Success in the occupation and first of All is a love for children and a thorough understanding of How to give them a royally Good time. Miss Ashburn is familiar with All the old games and in devising interesting new ones. She enters into the sport with the liveliest zest leading in the play and is watchful to draw in the diffident backward children who otherwise would play the tiresome role of wallflowers. She is Clever and ingenious also in varying her programmes and providing some Novelty for the rapidly succeeding parties. At a recent one the Climax was a fishing Pond. In a Bay window screened off from the room were As Many parcels As there were guests. A Little boy was appointed Fisherman and Given a fishing Rod and he Drew Forth the packages. Each parcel contained a toy and after Hiss Ashburn had called the Little folks about her and likened them to the pigeons of Venice of which she told them the fishing began. The fascinating uncertainty As to the contents of the packages kept up the interest to the end and when the last fish was drawn the dining room door was opened and the Little Folk went in to enjoy a Dainty woman s journal. The Duchess of York. The attention of the visitors at St. Horitz is at present concentrated on the two morning glories of the place her Royal highness the Duchess of York and her Mother the Duchess of Teck both of whom go about As freely and with As Little form As the very natives themselves. There Are a few Young people in attendance it is True but the hotel Register alone betrays that. In the morning the Duchess of York walks about with a Friend of her own age and seems to be very Jolly and having a thoroughly Good time though it consists in nothing More than walking about to the different Springs occasionally stopping to listen to one of the Many bands and looking in the jewellers windows with As much interest As if she had never seen any of the bucket Fols of jewels All her own packed up at St James Palace awaiting her return. It is surprising there is never a crowd following or surrounding her perhaps Beranse it is diff Volt for a stranger to distinguish her among the throngs of girls going about. She like tiie fat Tiitu ably dresses in Serge oxi and coat with Sailor hat Yon Wirt All Jed 10 Arah about her that i i i. Al d cri of to you a girl taller t ii tii with heavy awkward Fifine for Fui e strongly of the German Toj wifi very Bine eyes re i Sand Large lips so red As to Sii Jurci St Kiujiro but withal a thoroughly a Quot by pm gtd i at Rod expression. The i Turk is so Stout that walk ii y is 111 matter but nevertheless she strolls Abi it among the shops receiving a y by cordial Welcome from All for she is an old Habitude of the place ail. It is said More generously inclined Lii us her Angust Cousin Victoria. A in Toji transcript. The gain a it Oro Tigyi Keturia. Stepping into an Ultra fashionable London she two weeks ago i a Kod the Little i Illint r in Dargeto i How me the very Iii attest i it designed for the opening seas ii. With the Quot than you Quot of the English ve.s\voman, regardless of whether Yon or she is doing the favor my req in of Gran cd. It was a Gainsborough. Had one of the famous framed ladies stepped flown from the Wall of the Academy and offered her Pic Tori que hat for Sale the resemblance could nor have been More perfect. And this shape beyond All question is to be the Correct head covering for Winter weather. Velvet is the material preferred though Felt of course is always in knt it Wing the French we regal ded it As certain some Day or other. They had beaten the russians in the Crimea the austrians in Italy. Our turn must come. War on the Rhine was fated All the More because we had been the victors at Sadowa. In 1867, being at Paris with the King my master on the occasion of the exhibition i made the acquaintance of a French Mars Lialo Vaillant i believe. He was governor of Paris. We chatted. He said to me we shall Cross bayonets some Day. Quot very Well if you like. But if you please Why because we Are Cocks and one cock does not like to hear another Crow louder Titan himself. At Sadowa Yon crowed too loud Quot Quot crowing Quot is an accomplishment confined solely to the male Bird. According to Bismarck it the fran co part Ossian War with All its Boston woman s this possible a aggressive club. One of the women s club sat the front in aggressive movements is the travellers club of Western Pennsylvania. The members Are All women of ability Many of the Vav tinier of Leisure thou Gli the majority Are actively engaged in Many other progressive movements in Alleghany City Voth educational and philanthropic. During the past year t in club has taken up for its study the history literature Art and sociology of arc the advanced women of rotated merely be Conne they Are not beat Fuir six Wood cuts of advanced women recently published by a newspaper Are calculated to suggest to the Bel Iolder several thoughts of a painful nature. Making All allowance for the Well known shortcomings of the woodcutter a recalling indeed More finished portraits these she males Are Hotelier than i artistic sin or unleavened virtue. Flashing a dark lantern into the caves and subterranean passages of memory where Sacii objects Are packed away especially o nights after a late dinner a not one face favored by heaven out of the whole pack of advanced women smiles into View. Some there Are that in youth May have been repossessing but there is no record that at that Remote period they were advanced. Of the younger recruits there is not one that a Man would turn his neck to look Vogue. At the right Side set at a co j France. An interesting portion of the Angle Are a Bunch of curled Ostrich tips while two narrow bands of velvet overlaid with Jet passement Erie encircle the Crown and lastly a Brilliant Jet buckle is decoratively placed completing a charming confection. The hat must be tilted a bit to the left and underneath the right Side of course was the study of the influential i women of the nation. This study was 1 enlivened by the discussion of such live i topics As Quot environment versus heredity Quot Quot Quot woman s influence in municipal Reform Quot should hospitals be supported by the state Quot and Quot organized work of Quot women its help and hindrances the bring must be added a Long eared j the study for the coming year will be Bow of Light velvet that contrasts prettily with the and complexion. Nine women out of every ten Are de Light d at the revival of this fashion for the Pierre sane is always the most Bucu Iii. The list i saw was of Black velvet and thu la tins the Jet crystallizing two Pink it Lvov , while the Bow on Rev under i in was of the same material. It Vas .<01 1 and sent Home later to a new York woman and will probably be the first one worn there although orders were already being filled for american letter in Detroit free part it is. Mrs. Amelia Bloomer. Not Many people know Howth Enaje of Bloomer came to be applied to the style of woman s dress sometimes called the divided skirt. Mrs. Amelia Bloomer after whom the garment was christened resides Vit l her husband in Council Bluiss their residence today being the one in which they took up their abode 40 years ago when Council Bluffs now a City of 25,000 people was a somewhat straggling Village of 300 souls. Mrs. Bloomer now 76 years old carries her years easily her 54 years of married life having been unmarred by other than the Fleecie St of temporary Clouds. It was in 18.51 that she began to Wear the costume which is now known throughout the English speaking world As the Bloomer. She was then living at Seneca Falls n. Y., where she was publishing a Temperance paper called Quot the Lily. In addition to being a prohibition advocate the paper also devoted considerable space to the subject of woman suffrage. A or s. Miller who in 1851 paid a visit to Seneca Falls appeared in the bifurcated dress and mrs. Bloomer published a description of it. She and Elizabeth Cady Stanton adopted the style and advocated its general adoption. Mrs. Bloomer wore the costume on several lecture trips and in this Way it became associated with and finally known by her name. By and by Horace Greeley took the subject up and was followed by other editors the result being that the bifurcated dress became known All Over the country As the Post. I Italy. Miss Jennie Hindman at the last meeting was re elected president of the club making this her third term. She is the sister of that Good suffrage worker miss Matilda Hindman. J up with the time. As the trains disgorged their living freight in Jersey City the other afternoon about 4 o clock a tall Graceful stylishly dressed Young woman entered one of the ferryboat bound for the Cortland Street slip. She walked leisurely through the boat to the Forward deck beckoned Inq seriously to an astonished Small Knight of the Brush standing there placed her foot upon Iii Box and gazed placidly out Over the water i the passengers in the Cabin looked on in mild Surprise and an italian who stood near was utterly absorbed by the spectacle. Two business men also looked carelessly on. Quot a woman has to do everything that a Man does Toliese Days Quot said one with a bored air Quot and now she is having her boots blacked but she was not. They were Tan shoes and she was having them York times. A Chance for women. Several women Are taking orders for Christmas presents now. They Supply growing plants the presents that most people love to give. The growing Plant woman inquires if you would like to give your sister your aunt or your Cousin a rubber Plant tall and Green or a stately spreading Palm or perhaps a big pot of Calla lilies. She also asks about the Flowerpot. Quot would you prefer a handsome Blue one with Lovely raised work upon it then she goes Down town gets the pot and starts the Plant. By Christmas time it will be very Beautiful. The Beauty of this arrangement is that the woman who buys the present is charged Only the full Price of the pot and a nominal sum for the plant�?25 cents or so. The commission on the pot and the Quot Quarter Quot pays the merchant for her trouble in caring for the plants. A Boston Globe. Purity and politics. In the West says a Quot woman s journal correspondent Quot the practical inconvenience that might be feared from the vote of immoral women has not been found to result where equal suffrage is an established fact. Judge Kingman of Wyoming says we have had no trouble from the presence of bad women at the polls. It had been said that the delicate and cultured women would shrink away and the bold and indelicate come to the front in Public affairs. This we feared but nothing of the kind has happened. In Kansas during the Early Days of municipal suffrage for women an attempt was once or twice made to bring out bad women to vote in the interest of a particular candidate. In each Case As soon As the matter got wind the Good women of the place turned out in great indignation and buried that candidate out of sight under their votes. Quot As the Good women every Here outnumbered the bad ones a Hundred to one candidates have grown wary by experience and now avoid any attempt to get the vote of the bad women As they would shun the smallpox. The dispatches from the Colorado elections reported that the three classes of women who generally neglected to vote were the very ignorant the Ultra fashionable and the dem Monde. These women As a Rule take no interest in politics and Seldom vote unless special Effort is made to bring them out and the Effort As we have seen is not made because it has been found that it does not _ woman suffrage Means peace. A political society of men alone from which women Are excluded cannot maintain permanent peace Beca Iise male human beings have in excess the belligerent instinct which needs to be moderated by the humane instinct of women. An anecdote of Bismarck is of great value As an official confirmation of what was perceived by those who were in a position to observe the French mind before 1870 Quot the War of 1870-1 was not desired by Prussia. We were prepared for it mrs. Barrie s request. Or. M. Barrie who confessedly married that he might use his wife s hairpins to clean his pipes has it seems instead Laid Down his pipe altogether at the request of the owner of the hairpins. Before we sympathize too much with the author of that charming reverie Quot my lady Nicotri a. V frown too harshly on the tyrant lot it it be added that mrs. Barrie oly Quot requested Quot after or. Barrie s recent illness caused entirely it is said by persistent smoking. This devotee of tobacco was accustomed to smoke from morning until Midnight stopping Only for his meals. To perfume Money. A Quot Money disinfectant Quot is the latest invention meant to woo coins from feminine pocketbooks. It is a perfumed Button with a sandalwood fragrance intended to place in the pockets of a purse to sweeten the rumpled Greasy Bills which carry unpleasant suggestions of their previous abiding places. The new Jersey Law year that there must be passed this nine school trustees called out a special meeting in Hammonton n. J., and three women were elected As part of the nine miss Anna Pressey mrs. Ezra Packard and mrs. Beverage. In new York there Are now 20 or More Quot trained Jani tresses Quot who earn $400 a year and upward. The first woman janitor began her work about two years ago. She took care of an apartment House. A recent act of the Louisiana legislature makes it a Misdemeanour for any retail liquor dealer to allow any woman to sell liquor. Sixteen women were this year elected members of the american association for the advancement of science. Miss Frances e. Willard has been granted the degree of doctor of Laws by the Ohio Wesleyan University. Mrs. Frances s. Klock of Denver is the first Republican woman Ever Nomi naked for a state legislature. Mrs. Dooald s smart go we. Mis. Gold affects Gainsborough yellows. A Good example of a gown after the style of this Painter worn at dormers reception was of Vicuna cloth of a delicate Shade of Orange color. Round the hem of the skirt was a band of Black and Gold italian braid Point. The Vest was of Black silk covered with the lace. A Small jacket of the cloth came Down to meet a High shaped Belt of the lace. The sleeves it vere Large and puffed with lace Epa lets and cuffs. But pre Xiii gently smart ant Recherche Are mrs. Mould s yachting gowns. The Harbor of owes slows Many Beautiful yachting toilets but among All the titled Danu s of fashion none is More tastefully dressed Titan the hostess of the Atalanta. All her gowns and hat bands Are painted or embroidered with the word Atalanta and her Monogram and yachting Ensign. Mrs. Gold wears often a very becoming Rucj Linen yachting dress Over a Loose Blouse of Black Satin embroidered at not one not one. And we All know that there Are men that will walk Back i Atalanta Flag. Avard to stare at any woman decently j Quot a ther handsome White Linen Sailor Good Rookin Quot a costume is made with a Blue Serge col now naturally , i with White braid and Black would these same women be advanced if they were possessed of that divine Sailor knot and Waistband. Still another pretty costume worn is prerogative of their sex Beauty if trimmed with White they were Ven round and Rosy and pretty it is All very Well to talk about the commanding strength of heredity and curtailed Power of the environment but just transform a i ugly woman into a pretty one and she will leap from pessimism to optimism like a ton ent of water that has been unnaturally dammed. For men make this world a very pleasant place for pretty women even i cloth revers and embroidered with red i and Gold an Hois. The skirt has the same trimmings at the Nige. The Cap i and Vest Are of Blue and White Stock a Queen. Some notable nuns. Cloistered inns writes a Paris correspondent Are said to die Early and those Active women of the orders of St. I Thomas de Villeneuve St. Vincent de for those who do not take undue Liber j Paul and the Augustine sisterhood to ties with the decalogue. Most women with Beauty marry Young and Are quite Content to let some one else tight the Battle of life for them. If they make a mistake they i icily divorce the Deti live to great Ages. I know a sister of Charity who was engaged in the cholera wards of the hotel d Dieu in 1832. She refuses to retire from Active service and has three times volunteered to attend client party in the contract and with sea pox patients during epidemics. Ripened judgment marry again. Those who Don t Init Rry and Are forced to earn their own living find that Way much easier if they please the Eya of Man and naturally Liev take an Wijt mistic View of life. I am not prepared to deny that they meet Many bold bad men in the financial Arena but a keen witted girl can manage any Nuin and such trials Are not to be mentioned in the same hour with the dreary hopeless mud footed Backbone Wilred tramp of the homely woman. The latter will Quot get there Quot of course if she Lias brains and persistence but no Success can compensate for that Bleak and mortifying retrospect. No wonder she curses unsympathetic Man even from the platform and in tie polemical novel. She would be justified in cursing the whole scheme of creation. Many of the prominent advanced have i had a decent enough time of it Finan j scially. But just As surely As their View i Point is stunted and warped they Are i Plain and Man has not made their desert j Blossom like the Rose. The world is All i i Ong to them and Tiey would make i it right by shouting denunciation t f Man As he is spoke not reflecting that shouting ruins the inflections of the j voice and Iii tempered thoughts turn i the complexion Green and life Blue. J the Odd part of it is that these worn in when they write their novels i Varia j Bly make their propagandist heroines Beautiful. Bewitching by seductively j storm ally regally or circe anly Beautiful a Are these Young women of paper who would resolve Man into his elements and remake Lum after a pattern which would immediately bring the human race to an end. Toliese writers paint women that physically represent All they themselves yearn to be never reflecting that those pretty Heads would not Harbor their own distorted Ltd and indigo views of life five minutes. In the hands of a Man author same heroines would make the pages hum. But these Wood cuts suggest another alarming question. Is Beauty on the decline for the ranks of the advanced Are now Many and Many thousands Strong. The suffrage ii movement the Temperance movement rhe anti Man movement the anti in general movement All of which May be grouped under the general head of , Are filling space like a mighty flock of crows and hiding the Light of the stars. Of course their children if they condescend to have any will be hideous and the ultimate Prospect is awful for nothing that the human brain can evolve can Ever take the place of Beauty whether it be Beauty of face of Art or of a Mountain under a purple Mist. And As these women Are As absolutely without the sense of Beauty As they Are without proportion and humor the natural result will be if they multiply and overrun the Earth that Beauty and the perception of it will disappear. If nature manages to survive she will be partitioned off into the tract arable and the tract Una Rable and can change her foliage to cinnamon Pink if she lists while As for Art it will disappear altogether. The Only Hope this planet has is that Man will respectfully but firmly decline to marry the advanced woman in which Case the evil will be confined to the present generation. But there Are As Many feeble souled males in this world As there Are dis tempered females and the danger lies in their trembling admiration for and final absorption by the amazons of this immemorial Quarter in which Case let us All thank our several fates that although we May be in at the death we will be spared the contemplation of a misbegotten Atherton in new York Sun. Sister Rosalie the French military Hospital service in the Crimea lived to a Ivac be. The other Day the Golden i of sister Delphine with the orbit of or. Vitort it de Paul was celeb Vau Flar Iionia Vilk. She was a full year a before she took the Black veil and has been 50 years a Schooltz Uhei. Sister Delphise was 30 when she Der engined to take the vows. By therolis of Theon r of St. Vincent de Paul the nuns Are not allowed to aspire to extraordinary virtue through mortification. Such efforts might feed Pride i Iii cause self . The , is Riat who want to be Angels before god Calls Vliem to a higher world Are liable to fall lower than Ordinary Motr iils. Side it i Ait a re Coqui Ujco. Side laced gaiters were very popular about in a Ltd. Uliey were neat fitting and always looked Well on the Foet. The process of lacing , however very cd ii is an Ltd when Button shoes were introduced Uliey at once jumped into favor because of their ease of adjust Niener. The indications now Are that along with the Side lace is again coming into favor. The old style with the lacing running up the Center of Tiu inside Quarter will appear in most of Ryhti lines but some of the houses making Tine goods Are introducing a new Cut of Side lace. But one lace is used. At the lower end the Lack is carried Over and Over As in most men s shoes through about six pairs of . Above that the lace zigzags Over Small studs and is caught at the top Over a Stimpson clasp. This method entirely does away with the old annoyance with laces and a lady can fasten her Sisoes As readily As she does her gloves. The line of studs follows the cavity on the inside of the ankle Back of the ankle Bone to avoid any Chance of striking in and leather facts. Joined the salvation Arguij. Miss Lamson and miss Judson two society Young women of Cleveland recently astonished their friends by joining the salvation army. They have been living in Barracks in Cleveland and will now receive final instructions from general Booth. Both of the Yonng women gave up Homes of luxury. Miss Lamson s father is judge of the court of common pleas and miss Judson s family is quite wealth. Mrs. Youmans. Mrs. E. L. Youmans known and loved by a Host of friends in scientific and literary circles died last month at Ridge Field Conn. She was 75 years old a woman of cordial nature and gracious manner taking All her life a Strong interest in whatever was going on around her. Socially she possessed much Charm and her receptions were noted for bringing together Many Brilliant people among whom Are remembered William Cullen Byrant Bayard Taylor George Ripley and others. Mrs. Youmans had a romantic history. Her Maiden name was Kate a Tipton and her first husband William Lee a Harvard graduate was chief Justice in the Sandwich islands under one of the Kamehameha. She married Jim at Honolulu on a whaling ship having bravely ventured on the Long voyage that she might join him at his Post of duty. Her second husband e. L. Youmans founded the popular science monthly. Travel bus Fielde. To Boisi Toke to tia the Quot old maid the new scheme called usually Quot old maid insurance Quot which has been introduced in England seems to depend Niwen the vanity of women for its chief gain. It provides that any single woman May insure for a Lump sum or an annuity to be paid if she remains unmarried up to a certain age. The table of expectation of marriage which corresponds to those of expectation of life in other insurance companies Are very interesting and very catching. The younger and prettier the woman the higher the rate of Premium and what woman will decline to pay a heavy premion upon her own eligibility girl railway ticket clerks. An innovation in favor of women has been made in Queensland by the railway commissioners of that australian Colony. At one of the new stations close to Brisbane they have appointed two Young girls As ticket clerks at the wage of 10 and 15 shillings respectively. The hours Are Sig and the work is Light provided the girls live within easy distance of the station. It is a class of work which will be much cum do tit bits. To Chicago and the oath we to. Leave Indiana pub 11 a to arrive Obi ago 5 10 a 12 40 am Quot 7 35�� to 38 Monon Acconio Daviou leave 5.15 9111 leave Chicago 9 .30 a in Arrate Indian about 3 20 p b s 3a y m Quot Quot 3 4s s m to. 39 Monon a comm Atlon arrive 10.40 a inc. 48, local Frei by leaves Abubana Termi Tarda at a m. The shortest and a Ionest Root to St. Paul and my Neapolis uicc., and All Morita waster Points. Twelve hours a a de by this route Pui Imad Buffat sleepers Oliac amp Flo Etc Ahart Oare and the Cash cars in All Tralau. A it. Baldwin Jauss Baa a. Bist. Pass. 0�n Para. Aft 26 South Illinois Street i j the Pill Llin go Urie. Bet bin India Iafollo and the i it amorim Lune with Throo ii dial a oat. Chicago and Cincinnati St and Cincinnati i by Allne Tocin clonal Dayton Lima t0i� do Detroit and Canada. Through cars by two a Decatur Quinoy Keokuk and Calno Lunate. Sleepers 01 night Ami Palace Parler car a a Day trains dlr not of Section without Transfer in of Nailiu Nati for Points in Kentucky ten Teasee Ala Bama Florid and the South Mimun m Tose the list. Ask far tickets and see that they tread a. H. Amp on Sale everywhere. I. D. , Dut. P. A. a la Lala Apoua Indianapolis we. M. Greene president. D. O. Edwards a. P. T. Aga i. Vaycie cinc Isad ail Loii Stilaf Muncie route the popular Short line Between Inlao Poui Bluffton Hartford it. Wayne and All Point in Michigan Alm Between it. Wayne Muncie. Kew Castle Connersville Rushville clone Ignati Louisville and All Pointa South. North. Stin Dav. Indian apus big four. Mite cab it. C. Al hat void. Mort bulb. Blvd ton. Foot Watsby. La. A a 7.00 a. la. A 9.06 la. 9.44 la. 10,04 la. 10.3� a. 11.35 3.15 p. La. T 7-3s la. 8.06 la. So la. 8.58 car. 9.88 a South it. Watha. By Byrrok Hont Bubb. Hat told. Mph lib. Idiak apolo big four new cast tji. . c. H. And . . La. La. La. 9.34 la. 9.44 la. 10.30 7.90 a. M. La. 4u� . 8.50 Quot la. 4.5� a la. My Quot la. 6.81 la. a. 5.00 p. M. La. 11.15 a. M. A. 13.10 p. M. A. 2.55 Quot a. 12.35 Quot a. 7.� Quot a. I Liao la. 7� a. 8.30 a. Duo a. 8j0 Jer for time table or any other genital Lafort Matlon Call on any agent of Lake Kyle a we in item or it. O. A l. Boards or add Vaa h. C. Pay Jaceb. C. F. Dalt Itaf fio manager gen l pay. Act. Incl Anapolle. Ind. Lake Firis i vests in s. 1 Traina depart from Andaur Loveat us Lauteo Apo us Union depot a of rows. In shot at 28. 1893 sold Traina Between sandu8kt and pm Oria and Indianapolis and Mio Hieak City. Direct tonne colons to and from Ali Ria in the United Sutz a and Canada. Depart. No. 20 passeager7.05 in a Quot 22 passenger. 1 30 m Quot 24 passenger7.-00pa arrive. A no. 21 passenger10 20aa Quot 23 passenger. 8 50 a Quot 25 passenger. 6 20 pm Traina not marked ran daily Ezo api Banda. A Day. T daily except Bato iday. Quot 4 a no. 22, via to Ptah arrives a bios Minbu pm. At 9 20 . Making a Greet Toni Meclona c. Amp a. Fast train arriving at Otty a 8 30 next morning tonne Etling a Greet at a a a a City for Denver. Ban it Woelfle and All weat. Free reeling log Ohar in by fewer . Not. 21. 20, 22aad 25 eos Mot is main line Talna for Bandzak i Ana a Points emt and West. Quot a a a a a direct connections at pent with tie Wabash Tut Talna for fort Wayna tco my of Dah Rott had cat Imago. For time ubies or any Othart Nesval Latham Tion fall on any aant of Laka a a we lab off it. W., 0. Al. Tilro or add Tea. A bomb o. F. Davit Esb limb iut a a Vav Ai

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