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TKE ENTERPRISE RICHMOND INDIANA RIDAY SEPTEMBER 1895 Who Was Paul Revere Everybody khows Revere's but what else did be ever do? The of United States His tells This standard refeience book is arranged alphabetically and contains short crisp concise comprehensive in formation about every event in Ameri can history and about the man who made the events It tells at a glance what would take hours of research in other books It tills a place in bookdom that was wholly vacant before it came It is needed in every home and library by writers teachors preacher and lay men Our author ranklin Jameson Ph Professor of History of Biown University formerly of John Hopkins University AptMTC can make more sales Hukli I with less talk and less walking with this book than with anything else they soul It appeals to everybody It is handsome entertaining and useful It is gooii for every member of the family useful alike to scholary and grandpa Write for circulars and terms to Puritan Publishing: Co 36 Brumfield St Boston Mass Do You Want A ARM IN Texas Tennessee Alabama Virginia Or Any Other State? If so The "BIG ROUTE Can help you to secure valuable infor mation in regard to lands for farming manufacturing mining and home pur poses Descriptive pamphlets will be sent on application and lowest rates quoted for passengers and household goods We want to help you find a pleasant home and sell you tickets when you move Write to 0 McCermick Martin SZ Passenger Traffic Mgr Pass A Ticket Agt Oinoinotiti QUAKING EARTH PHILADELPHIA DISTURBED ON A PEACEUL SABBATH MORNING laaove Wai Opened In Which No Bot tom Was ound at One Hundred eet Animat at tke Koologkml Gardens Are Badly rightened PBhadkuphia 8ep An earth quake shock lasting several seconds was felt ii) thi atty shortly after 6 yesterday morning The disturbance by mother earth of the quiet Sabbath morning was violent enough while it lasted to create a good deal of conster nation and not a little damage Build ings perceptibly swayed windows clat tered and bangod and clocks and pic tures toppled from their places The shock was most severely felt in the suburban districts and it is said that in one part of hill la airmont park a fissure was opened permitting the entrance of a plummet which extended down over 100 feet without touching bottom A large plateglass window in a store on Ger mantown avenue was split from top to bottom Similar cases are reported from other sections of tho city At the Zoological gardens the vibra tion was clearly perceptible but the ex citement which followed among tho animals continued for a good while after the seismic disturbance Head Keejier Manley asserts the trumpeting of the elephants the roars of the lions and tho screeching of the birds was ter rific At Mi residence be sides the breaking Of several windows a clock was thrown from a shelf No damage to life has been reported Brooklyn Is Shocked Brooklyn Sept Three distinct earthquake shocks were felt by the resi dents of Brooklyn yesterday morning No damage to life or property was re ported from any section of the city The districts of east New York and south Brooklyn received the greatest shock but the rumblings were felt In other sec tions of the city Contradictory reports are given as to the severity of the shocks The first shock which was felt at 6 was followed by a rumbling noise like distant thunder This was followed by two other slighter shocks which according to most of the reports died away in a low grating noise At Coney Island all the inhabitants were aroused from their sleep by the rumbling noise and the shaking of the houses DR RAKER 13 ALIVE He Carried £58000 Intra rance and the Companies Were After Him Duluth Minn Sept Dr raker of Topeka Kas the man who was supposed to have been drowned in the Missouri river two years ago has DURRANT TRIAL HAS BEGUN Court Defendant and Jury to'Vlalt the Scene of the Crime San bancisoo Sept 4 The trial of Theodore Durrant really began yester day The courtroom was crowded to hear the opening statement District Attorney Barnes At the request of the defense all witnesses in the case were excluded from the room during the address Though counsel for the defense saidthey would be willing to have the Blanche Lamont and Minnie Williams cases tried jointly wheuhe district at torney referred to the finding of Minnie body the counsel objected to the introduction of anything relating to the Williams murder which he said was the basis for a separate ac tion The court said he wotfld permit reference to the discovery of the body oBlanche Lamont At the conclusion of the opening ad dress the opposing counsel and the court held a consultation Then at the sug gestion of the attorned the court ordered that after recess Xhe jurors the defendant the judge and the official stenographer in charge of the sheriff would visit the scene of the murder SUIT OR VALUABLE LAND Many Acres of Choice Property Neitr Kansas CHy Claimed by an Indian Kansas City Sept 3 Dunbar of Argentine a suburb of this city act ing for George Washington a Shawnee Indian has brought suit to recover 328 acres of choice residence and business property in the west end of that town The basis of the claim is au old Indian deed which shows the land to have been patented to Nancy Whitefeather a member of the Shawnee tribe of In dians by the United States government Dec 28 1859 Washington is her grand son and the principal heir On the propertv which is very valuable are situated the Santa depot and switch ing yards the Kansas City Smelting and Refining immense plant and the buildings big concerns OUT THE ORDINARY Here Is One American JSeireM Who Will Marry American New York Sept 4 Current report in society circles which is not denied by friends of the interested parties has it that Miss Gertrude Vanderbilt the only daughter of Cornelius Vanderbilt and one of the foremost heiresses of the world is engaged to Mr Moses Taylor Mr Taylor is also very wealthy as he inherited part of the estate of $40000 000 left by his grandfather Moses Tay lor which with his share of his fortune will give him $20000000 He is 25 years old a graduate of Yale class i of where he was prominent socially is a member of several leading New York clubs and has won a reputation this season as a polo player numerous other To Peoria and the West via Pennsylvania Lines Under the schedule in effect on the Handle trains run through without change to Peoria yia Logan sport Effner and the through line and direct route to Central and Western Illinois and Southern Iowa Sleeping car to Peoria via Columbus and Bradford Junction on Pan Handle train No 10 returning on train No 3 or details please ap ply to local ticket agent of Pennsylvania Lines Elmer Ticket Agent Richmond Ind Cambridge City Lumber Yardire Tnmber Shingles Lath Saub Doors Blinds etc j'elso Lime Ceircst In effect Aug 18 1895 Pennsylvania Station ennsylvania Uries? rains Run by Central Timo been captured in the woods near Tower Minn life was insured for $58000 and only a few days ago the court ordered the insurance companies to pay that amount to his heirs Wifi Be Prosecuted tor raud I'nily tExoept 8unir iunt Richmond TO Lk Absitb Kokomo Loganrort fi :30 am Logansport Chicago 10 :35 am Anderson dpLoganspon Logansport Chicago 11:20 pm Hamilton A Cincinnati 1:45 am Hamilton A Cincinnati Hamilton A Cincinnati 5:00 pm St Louie (ast Mail) 6:15 am Knightstown AlndianapTs f6 :20 am A St Louis 9 05 am A St Louie 10:40 am Knightstown A IndianapTs fl :10 pm A St Louis 7 :40 pm Piqua A Columbus 7:35 am Piqua AColnmbus flO :38 am Piqua A Columbus 7:35 pm Dayton A Springfield am Dayton A Springfield 7 :50 am Xenia A Columbus 4:55 pm Dayton A Springfield 4 :30 pm Ikyton A Xenia 8 :43 pm Hamilton Cincinnati 5 :45 am :9:10 am 425 am t800 pm 4:50 pm11 K5 pm f7 :25 am flO :35 am8 :40 pm4 :25 pm7 :15 pm tl2 :55 pm7 :30 pm' 09 pm10 :30 pm10 :35 am9 :00 pm A BARBER ELMER Station Master Ticket Kansas City Sept 8 Attorneys for the insurance companies interested yes terday afternoon drew up the informa tion which will be lodged against Dr raker the insurance swindler He will be arrested under a law which makes ii a crime to attempt to defraud insurance companies penalty is seven years in the penitentiary on each count and it is sold there would be five counts in the indictments which will be brought against raker Dr raker wjll be taken to Ray oouniy for trial It is said that the men who swore they saw Dr raker drown wiUbe arrested on the charge of I perjury TSuit will be begun at once against the to recover the insurance money paid tnitL Medical Men at Detroit Detroit Sept 4 At the meeting of the Medical association yesterday an in teresting paper on psychology in medi Grand Rapids Indiana Railroad Time card for Richmond TRAINS OOINU NORTH No 3 Rich i Gi Rapid 1 A Ex il 00 a No 1 Rich Wayne Ac Ex 3 :30 No 5 Rich Gr Repide Ex 1125 pm Train arrive from the North No 2 Gr Rapids ABich and Ex 3:45 pjs No 6 Gr Rapids A Rich Ex 9:15 a a No 4 Gr Rapids A Rich Ei 5 :35 anj Daily except Saturday All trains un)6itherwise indicated depart mil arriva daily ox eept Bunday LOCKWOOD AgA ELMER Agent lUohooomL Ind cine was read by Dr A Bachman of Wayne Ind' It treated to some ex tent the subject of mesmerism and hypnotism" The discussion which en guod brought out thy prevailing opin ion tne oohdluoil was the main essentia (q ill hypnotic operation? 'Other papers were read by Dr Albert Sterne of Indian apolis Dr Hugh PatrloMfcf Chicago ahd Dr Charles Helm of Peru Ina I 41 aai i No Money or Hansa City" Police I Kansas City Sept Consternation was caused in the police department yesterday by Mayor Davis refusing to certify' to the August payroll because the department had overdrawn the monthly assessment to the amount of $600 As two of the police commission ers are out ot the city no action can be taken for a time As a result the force is temporarily without funds and considerable bad humor has re sulted Boil All Milk Before Using Louis Sept 3 Turner state veterinarian who has been here for sev eral days investigating the outbreak among dairy cattle of anthranx will issue a quarantine against dairies in which the disease exists In view of the gravity of the situation Dr Howard Carter city milk inspector has issued a notice to tho public advising them that all milk from whatever source be Sterilized before using lood Damages Repaired Denver Sept 3 Officials of the lorence and Cripple Creek railroad which has been closed to traffic over a mouth on account of the damage done by floods was opened for traffic today INDICATES A TRADE BOOM Increased Bmlgratton feo America Oom menkd Upon by Engiteh Paper London Sept 4 The Chronicle com ments upon the increase of emigration to America as pointing to another trade boom there It is certain it thinks that if there is a healthy industrial re vival there there will be no more tariff tinkering one way or another ARMENIANS ATTACKED zr Turkhih Soldier And Kurd Start On a Career of Plunder Berlin Aug 31 The Voesisohe Zeitung has news from Tiflis that 5000 soldiers and 10000 Kurds under Sako Pasha attacked the Armenian town of Kemakh and several villages They plundered the churches and monaster ies and burned the houses Liberal Rainfall In Kansaa Lawrence Sept The report of Chancellor Snow on the weather for August? shows a rainfall three times the average for that month There were 12 3 100 inches eight inches more than the average and three inches above any preceding August in 27 years During the eight months of this year more water nas fallen than the average for the same time in 27 years of obsetva I tion Wlbeat Acreage In Oklahoma1 Hennessey Sept Heavy rains I the past two days have put the ground I in the best possible condition for fall wheat and a large acreage is assured Already seed wheat has been shipped to the southern portion of Oklahoma where wheat was almost a total failure this year A party capitalists have leased 6000 acres between Dover and Okarche and will sow the entire tract Dr raker In Jail Topeka Sept Dr George raker the famous insurance swindler arrived here in the charge of officers last night and was immediately put in jail A curious throng met the party at the depot He expressed himself as thor oughly glad to be near his old home again but said he was anxious to seek the solace of a cell beyond the stare of the curious Chickamauga Dedlcatkm Chattanooga Sept 4 Preparations are going forward vigorously for the dedication of the Chickamauga Chatta nooga Indications are already abundant that there will be from 35000 to 40000 people here Provision has al ready been made in hotels and private houses to take care of 2000 and tem porary buildings for from I 10000 to 15000 more i' Zmrlcnn Coinin4re Brick Tile etc Heath Milligan Paints Ezra Hill Prop The Perfection Manufactoring Co (the A Bartel Co) will build a three Bl7'ry buihliug adjoining their present one on the east and will put in healing apparatus for both buildings The new structure will be a handsome one an large enough to accomodate the rapidly increasing business of ths company' The basem*nt is well under way Relief cures Sick Headache Neuralgia Cramps Cholera Morbus Diarrhoea 25c for large bottle As there is a large amount of freight to be handled no passenger trains will be run until riday Charges Against a Mayor Ashland Wis Sept 2 Charges have been preferred against Mayor McClintock signed by A Dix Windom and SooM) charging him with extorting monay from city employes The city councl has ordered an investigation Large Turnout Cincinnati Sept Labor day was selebrated by 4 parade in which 5000 inen marched ds? Washington Sept Acting Con sul Wetter at Taniatave Madagascar reports to the department of state that the effect of the new customs regula tions of tho rench authorities there will be a loss to the American cotton trade of 25 per cent on cost price and that the exports to the United States are neariy as heavily encumbered Gnfng to tn LIvh New York Sept A morning pa per will announce that Mr Pierre Loril lard the tobacco magnate has tired of America and following the footsteps of William Waldorf Astor will go to Eng land to live Bicycle Etiquette I Here are some rules laid down by an authority on bicycle etiquette: mounting the gentleman who is accom panying a lady holds her wheel she stands on the left side of the machine and puts her right foot across the frame to the right pedal which at the time must be up pushing the right pedal causes the machine to start and then with the left foot in place the rider starts ahead slowly at first in order to give her cavalier time to mount his wheel which he will do in the briefest time possible When the end of the ride is reached the man quickly dismounts and is at his side to assist her she in the meantime assisting herself as much possible This is done that is dismounting in the most approved style by riding slowly and when the left pedal is on the rise the weight of the body is thrown on it the right foot is crossed over the frame of the machine and with an assisting hand the rider easily steps to the ground In meeting a party of cyclists who are known to each other and desire to stop foria parley it is considered the proper thing for the men of the party to dis mount while in conversation with the ladies As to the furnishings of the bi cycle to be really swagger it must be fitted out with a clock and a bell lug gage carrier and a cyclometer the lat ter being an absolute sine qua non to the woman who cares for records Authors and Music Milton had a strong taste for music and wrote his play of for his friend Henry Lawes the most dis tinguished composer of the day in Eng land Music and conversation indeed were his chief recreations He some times sang and could play the bass viol but his favorite instrument was the or gan Gray had a liking for music and would sing on occasion though with some diffidence While in Italy he learned to play on the harpsichord from the younger Scarlatti and was the means of introducing Pergolesi into England Though 'Rogers kept nightingales to sing to him his taste in music would hardly be admired at the present day for he is said when dining alone to have had an Italian organ grinder play ing in the hall! Goldsmith was (Skillful with a fluto and could sing a song cr dance a minuet with the best Other and noisier amusem*nts however did not come amiss to him and games of buff or forfeits were often a sore trial to the occupant of the room below the in Brick court Tem ple the learned Blackstone then en gaged in writing his Commentaries Journal What Did Mean? of the most curious blunders of an author was that made by Thackeray when collecting material for his Sketch Book Driving along a road he saw at due intervals posts set up with the letters upon them Over taking a peasant he inquired the mean ing of these initials and was gravely informed that they stood for Pre serve Out came the tour notebook in which a memorandum was at onoe jotted down of the curious statement In the first edition of the sketches the fact was duly mentioned but it was suppressed in all the subse quent issues to the tardy discov ery that the initials stood for Post Office indicating that the high way was a post road It is due io the memory of William Makepeace Thackeray to say that the above happened not to him but to Lord Haddington when riding into Dublin from Kingstown in 1834 See Correspondence of Daniel by itzpatrick (London Mur ray) volume 1 page 504 Notes and Queries Breaking It Gently Some time ago a troopship was re turning from abroad and among the passengers was an old lady who had a favorite parrot which she placed under the especial care of one of the sailors On going to attend Polly one morning the latter jvas surprised to find the poor bird dead and knowing how very "much upset the old lady would be to hear of the death of her favorite and not 'feel ing equal to imparting the sad intelli gence he employed a brother tar who was famous for his gentleness iu matters of that nature Going up to the old lady with a very sad face and touching his cap think that parrot of yours will live long said the old ladyJ cos was the com forting reply Liverpool Mercury Wonderful Miniature Book The smallest bound book in the great collection of miniature books owned by the New York Library society is a cam paign document issued in 1852 It bears not only the distinction of being the smallest volume in the great collection referred to but has been pronounced by experts in booklore to be one of the ti niest books iu existence It contains but 14 leaves each of which is closely printed on both sides in microscopic type Each leaf is inches in length anJseveu eighths inch in width The title page bears the following inscrip tion and public services of Gen eral Pierce Respectfully dedicated to General Lewis Cass Concord Press 1852 St Louis Republic Eyes and Electric Lights Physicians declare that electric lights will in time work blindness to many people What the cool restful green or soft dusks are to eyes the tranquil companionship of a rural few which grows to candid friendship unvexed By distrust is to mental health Again their manifold fetors fill the night and are more or less absorbed by the lungs and must conduce to one's de terioration The urban monster despoils the man and the woman of course as well New Orleans Times Democrat POETICAL COMPETITION A Pleasant Pastime of Literary olk in China The Chinese have at least one very gentle and highly civilized amusem*nt competition in making verses Tchcng Ki Tong says in his book Chinaman at of shooting or playing lawn tennis or croquet our literary folk as soon as a certain number of them have a little time to spare meet together in turn at each houses and give them selves up to poetical tournaments" This is done in all parts of China but especially in the province of ukien As soon as the players are ready a vase is passed round and out of it each draws a slip of paper on which is written a word denoting what part he is to take He may be examiner copy ing clerk or competitor When this formality is over one of the eitaminers takes up a book nd opens it at random Another examiner calls a number say nine The first ex aminer reads the ninth line of the page at which he has opened and from this line a phrase or is chosen as the subject of composition Then a second vase la placed upon the table to which a bell is attached A thread hangs from the bell and at the end of the thread is a lighted stick of incense In about half an hour the stick burns out the thread Ignites and as It snaps a weighj drops which at at the same instant rings the bell and closes the lid of the vase The time is up and no more verses can be put into the urn Now the clerks pour the manuscripts out of the urn copy them all on the same sheet of pa per to secure anonymity and so sub mit them to the examiners The ex aminers compare them decide upon the best and the second best and one of examiners mounts a kind of desk and reads or intones the best one Each candidate may write and drop into the urn as many poems as he before the bell rings but has to pay a small fee for each entry The money is spent for paper ink and prizes A second trial follows immediatelynd the two winners of the first trial are made examiners in the second one This may go on for an entire after noon and in the evening a dinner brings the fete to an end Estimating a Horse's Height The Arabs have two methods of esti mating the height to which a colt will grow the first being to stretch a cord from the nostril over the ears and down along the neck and compare the meas urement with that from the withers to the feet and the other method being to compare the distance between the knee and the withers with that from the knee to the coronet In the first method it is considered that the colt will grow as much taller as the first measurement exceeds that of the sec ond and the second method if the pro portion is as two to one the horse will grow no taller THE MARKETS Cincinnati S'ejit 4 Spring patent 13 60 3 apring fancy £305(j340: spring family £70300 winter patent 30856: fnney j0i family extra Si 30 low grade i205S 225 Sales: Om oar aomple red track 62c No mixed elevator No 3 mixed track 37c: mixed ear track 40 Na 2 mixed track 22e do light eotor 23c Extra spring barley track 46 Sales: Sample track 42c air to good skippers 40S(X) choice butchers $460 medium butchers 50: common $25043 50 ir to good light 4525 600: tra $625: common and Large OOeOO Select shippers t433g445: butcher $420'1440: packer $4 15ft430: good light $429 40: common and rouuh JBG52415 Shut and Lamb Sheep: Extra $3 00'43 7 good to choice mixed $2 Ou ::250 common to fair fl00 1 7u Extra 435 461 hoavy shippers' 1021 0 lower: good to choice 13 750435: common to fair 76850 Unwashed: ine merino per lb 8c: quarter blood clothing li3M3c medium de laine and clothing 13a14o: coarse 121413c: me dium combing 12 13c Washed: ine merino to XX par lb lM14o medium clothing 14 SJ15e delaine fleece 15 16c Nsw York Sept lcur State and western quiet steady No red steady moderately ac tive: reptember 7 December 67 9 Xc: Muy No 2 quiet easier: September IlMe Octob 4 1 2 41 Ho May SuH 36Xct No 2 4154 2 No 2 dull steady September 28 Xoi October 23 23Hm western 25 J33c Buffalo Sept Nothing doing: feeding steady HOGS Good to prime heavy 4455 405: mix ed puckers $4 50455 Yorkers common to prime J435 3 4 50: pigs 4 30 SHEEP and L13BS oooa io prime seiBcwu lambs 75 fair to good y40A4N): com mon to light 3325(13 75 oulls $2 00: mix ed sheep J24 4 28'l extra handy wethers a a3 15 expert wethers cull shep J10C 'p20v Baltimorh Sept 3 Western super do extra do family 315 i34fi: winter wheat plnt 3 5U365: spring do do straight Weak: No 2 red spot and Septem ber October 6fKsW'4(o Decem ber Ktg e7yc: steamer No a red (UH Clfco LOBS Spot 42 He P1T1XBUUGH Sept 3 CatiUI Prims $aJ'OLy540: good $420 440 good butcher 4 30 rough fat 375 bull cows and stags yl fresh cows and springers $1 te'j425 Medium weights $44024 Vi best Yorkers $4 30 £4: 40: heavy $4 30 4 30 oommoa to fair 4 00 42a: roughs 8 Wi 8a 0 Exports extra $275 good $200 250: fair ll50c2W com mon 30c g100: spring lambs $2 00 4 25i heavy and thin calves $200 300 Toledo Sept 3 No 2 red cash and September 63jC December 64o May Wo: No i red bash 03c No 2 white C3Kc No 2 mixed cash 3 No 3 do Sentember wc No 3 mixed May i Rye Na 2 cash Quiet October J6 10 ebru ary March $1x33 PRISE CaSU Di lb CHICAGO Sept A Calls on Deoember wheal opened al OiHei sold between and (DUc list price Puts opened at 61Hc sold at OlhJc last price 61 61 Ho Calls on May corn opened al 30p sold at 30c last prioa 30X'a30c Pubs opened at 20MC last price Indianapolis Ind Soph 3 CATTL8 Good to ohoios stoers id 75'15 15 medium to good $415'3465' common $335 400 HOGS Good to choice medium and heavy $4 450: mixed and heavy good to choice lights $4 1 Ip Neuralgia ATTACKS THE EYES Makes THE LIGHT Unbearable' PERMANENTLY CURED BY USING Pills My husband was subject to severe attacks of neuralgia which caused him of great pain and suffering The pains were principally about his eyes and he Jj often hath to remain in a darkened room not being able to stand the light Os Pills being recommended he tried them using one before each meal They very qS soon afforded relief followed by perma i nent cure I am a strong believer in the efficacy of Pills and would not oE be without them for ten times their Mrs Debat Liberty Tex have used Pills in my family for forty years and regard them as the very Uncle Martin Hanco*ck Lake City la PILLS! Received Highest Awards I AT THE AIR 00000006000000000000000 THE BEST NEWSPAPER OB INDIANA READERS IS The Indianapolis Journal And it should be in possession of every man who desires to be THORUGHLY POSTED on ALL POLITICAL and! GENERAL NEWS TOPICS and espe cially INDIANA NEWS The DAILY URNISHES ALL THE NEWS Local Domestic and oreign complete and accurate market reports a State news service that covers all im portant events and a Reneious supply of miscellaneousinformation for general readers This year the proceedings of' the State Legislature will be of especial importance and interest Its columns both news and advertising are free from indecent or objectionable matter GIVE IT A TRIAL It will cost you 15 Cents a Week And lor IVE CENTS additional you will receive fl SUNDAY JOURNAL which contains MORE and BETTER READING MATTER than any other paper printed in Indiana The WEEKLY is furnished at $1 a year Liberal commissions to agents Subscribe with any of our agents or send direct to JOURNAL NEWSPAPER CO INDIANAPOLIS IND Mr Roney Richmond Agent rAV A 1 61 nAut NIARKS COPYRIGHTS CAN I OBTAIN A PATENT or prompt answer and an honest opinion write to MUNN At CO who have had nearly fifty years' experience in the patent business Communica tlons strictly confidential A Handbook of In formation concerning Patents and bow to ob tain them sent free Also a catalogue of mechan ical and scientific books sent free Patents taken through Munn Co receive 'special noticein the Scientific American and thus are brought widely before the public with out cost to the inventor This splendid paperissued weekly elegantly illustrated has by far the largest circulation of any scientific work in the world S3 a year Sample copies sent free Building Edition monthly $250 a year Single copies cents Every number contains beau tiful plates in colors and photographs of new houses with plans enabling builders to show the latest designs and secure contracts Address MUNN CO New York 361 Broadway A AT LOUISV1LLK One Cent Per Mile Over Pennsylvania Lines for National Encampment Tho rate to Louisville Ky for the Twenty ninth National Encampment of the Grand Army of the Republic will be based upon One Cent per Mile from Ticket Stations on the Pennsylvania Liivs Excursion tickets will be sold at that rate September Sth 9tb JOth and 11th 1895 The Return Limit will cover sufficient time for an extended sojourD aDd will be ample for side trips Southera Railways are expected to make special rates) to historic places and to cotDUieicial and industrial centers enabling visHcre to see the South at slight expense rates haye already been arranged for the Chickamauga National Military Park dedication which takes place shortly after the Encamp ment at Louisville closes Excursion i tickets to Chattanooga for the dedica tion will be sold over Pennsylvania Lines Sept 15th to 19th inclusive Special arrangements may be made by Posts desiring to go in a or parties of friends wishing to travel together can be satisfactorily accommqdated if they will kindly make their wants known to the undersigned Valuable will be cheerfully furnished all applicants and any required aid in shaping details will be promptly entend ed It will pay to investigate Gio Rockwell Dictrlct Passenger Agent Indianarolis In 1 XV Elmer Ticket Agent Richmond Ind OR ALLEN OPTICIANg" Way be seen at No 15 North 10th street Richmond Indiana Every Wednesday 2 to 4p Na charge for testing the eyes Spec lacles properly fitted and satisfactior fmrinteed Liver Pill removes the bile The Tonic Pellet tones up the system Combined form a Perfect Treatment 25c.

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