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A correspondent of the Philadelphia
lress in tvriticg from Colombia S. C.
Rev. Eliaa Hill is the most remarkable
man in South Carolina. He is a pure
black and wan born near Clay Hill, York
- district, in 1819, of slave parentage.
When bat seven years of age, to use his
own words, ne Became amicieu , uuu. id,
wLMimition 4mm irtiinYi Yia riaH been a
chronic sufferer from infancy, so con
tracted his lower limbs that he was una
to walk. From that time 1826 to the
present the contraction has continued
nil in tnrn attacked all his limbs. His
! nn MiMiinlA more the talons of
l. u: iImk mrthiner pIkiv while his
arms are so deformed ana his fingers so
contracted that he nas inmost euurwiy
Inat tlie use of both. His upper and
i. :.t. . as tirrritltr rlinf-KtfJ tut
unci id . " o J
vice, and to enable him to receive his
fend his frnni. teeth have been extracted
He is utterly enable to either walk or
'crawl, and has to be carried in every in
stance. "With all this hideous deformity
he has a massive, intellectual neaa, a
clear, sonorous voice, and an intelligent,
oncrWlikc expression. When sixteen
years of age he began self education.
V-m houino cMinnl Miilrfren he nicked
up occasionarietter of the alphabet until
kAMall. nxiatoHwl tli nt elmentrv stndv.
Then he'understood readingand writing
and succeeded in both. His first lessons
were conned from the bible, and posses
sing all thenatnral fervidness of his race,
. 1 u.w.ma ilannlt tmnmsipd with ltfl
IIC UCUIU1C A.,yf ..m.w - ---.
teachings, and early began the teachings
M-ttiA tfnanol. Three different times he
has been compelled to change his manner
oi writing. At lirei ne was auie o iium
his pen in an ordinary way; next he
lost the use of his lore fingers and was
oblige to grasp the pen with all his fin
ora knotted in a bunih around it The
aa.uj. f .j..stiii Atitinninff. in hifl
fifty-first year he has the power only of
folding bis nana arouna we pen im ui
scribling thus the best he can. With all
his limited opportunities he compares fa-r..oiiii-
nrith nr mnn tn the state. Con
trasted with General Wade Hampton or
auy other soutnern leuuer ne is a iuur
vef.They bare trod the most widelj- di
vergent paths the one the descendant
and heir of an aristocratic Una reaching
:.f.tr fnr centuries, rained in luxurv and
Ir A the host educational facilities of
the land t'ie other born in slavery, of
iimorant parents, raited in a miserable
log cabin, and shut out of all opportuni
ty foriutcllecwl ilcvelopcment. How
ever, in all York ooTHTty, Jts legal and
medical professions included, there are
not a dozen abler men than old Eli
an, nor one with a stronger intellect.
He is a leader among his people. Edu
cated, eloquent and withal deformed un
til he is almost a motiotroaity, he has
impressed them with a superstitious re
verence," and is hnplcitly followed and
obeyed. And yot the Jold man, who is
unable to raitc himself from the ground,
who cannot crawl a foot, this poor crea
ture has felt the -murderous lash of the
Ku-Klux, and has had their halter on
his neck and been maltreated almost to
death. On the fifth of May last a band
of disguised men came to his cabin, drove
away a small boy who attended him,
-and after destroying all his books and
paper, more valuable to him than his life
.and after God most worshiped, took him
out; gave him some twenty or thirty
Jashes, and, with a halter around his neck
and a pistol pointed at his head, extort
ed promise from him that on the follow
ing week he would renounce, throagh
the columns of the Yorkville Inquirer,
his Republican principles. At the time
the Ku-Klux whipped the old man they
charged him with having preached po
litical sermons, with having inflamed
the passions of tho negro congregation
over which he presided, of having inci
ted incendiarism, and having been pres
identand organizer of the Union League
in York county. All these charges ex
cept the last, the old man denied and was
guiltless of. His religion he says, is
" universal love and universal worship
to God." His heart overflows the kind
ness to all men, and, poor cripple as he
is. with his body still smarting from the
blows and lash, he has no resentment
against the men who maltreated him.
The visit of the congressional commit
tee to Yorkville he hopes will result on
ly in a restoration of peace, and not in
the punishment of any one. He him
self has been corresponding with the
American Colonization Society, and pro
posses immigration in November next,
with some seventy-fivo or eighty fami
lies of his flock, to Liberia, llo is firm
ly convinced that tho white men of South
Carolina aud the other Sonthern States
will never allow tho negro to live in
peace or enjoy the fruits of his labor
-while he votes with the Republican par
ty. " I remonstrated with Hill for leaving
tha United States just at this time, when
this new life was opened to them, and
when the West offered so much to indus
trious agriculturists. The old manreplicd
that the negro was acclimated to tho
South ; that he was trained to the culti
vation of cotton and corn alone, and that
he believed that nowhere else in the
world save Liberia had he a free and full
opportunity under his normal conditions
to devclopo into a lull and vigorous man
hood. That as much as he loved tho
United States, which he cherished as his
own native land, he felt a pride and an
interest in the rising young negro re
public; that it was his desire to see the
United States of Africa arise, and that
lm mi ftntprminid to co-oncrate in tho
attainment of that object, f was surpris
. j ... ,1.. i-.-u : .,:..: tt:u i,n.i
CU ul till? 1UU ill C3iinuuii iii uwm
made. "Everv congressional and State
,. document on the subject of the lands of
the nest and south, anu me nomcsieaa
and pre-emption laws, ho had digested
in his mind, and, after this full investiga
tion, Africa was his choice. There the
lands were rich. Cotton' could be grown
and free schools could bo had. There
wm no ammositv or nreindice against
his racc,and the soil was his by right of
occupation. No argument ol minocould
change tba old. man's determination.
He is an eathusiast on tha subject of his
race. He has proven 'by himself what
it is capable of, and although he is an
" exception, he himself clings to the be
lief that he is only au avorace man ; that
witbflCBOolfl and books and newspapers
the children of his color here, naked
aad dirty aa they are, may become edu
cated, inteligent, self reliant beings, mod
el, citizens of any country.
.-.:.Kiir V.. baa a venerable
-jiAiwnM.lM who-has-bailt aimsalf
a torn t Hadji anilwnlwm.
William Balderston has abaard of forty
eight fat four yearoM steer of his own
feeding on his farm in Lower Xakefield
Pa, that probaWy Bake the finest dis
play of stall fed beeves that has ever
been fattened at one time oa any farm
in Bucks county, and has perhaps not
been excelled very near the line between
Philadelphia and New York. The live
weight of the stock is estimated at 1,600
lbs. each. The cattle are kept chained
up m stalls in stables at night and in
stormy weather, but have the range of
a large yard during the day when it is
pleasant. The cattle are treated by the
men who have the care of them as gen
tle as if they were all pets: 2nd noise,
loud talking, whipping and driving are
neycr permitted about the barn or sta
bles. Mr. Balderston has a 150 acres in
his farm, which was formerly the pro
perty of Robert Longshore, deceased.
He has but three head of cattle in addi
tion to those he is feeding, and six hors
es. The feed for the whole stock per
week is one hundred bushels ot corn,
with plenty of hay and corn stalks. Mr.
Balderston selected his cattle from choice
lots during the latter part of last Octo
ber, thirty-five head of them from stock
that had been kept in Chester county
one year. He has sold 66 ton of hay
since harvest, the surplus on the farm,
after an ample reserve tor all his stock.
We copy tne above originally from the
Bucks County Intelligencer for the pur.
pose of a remark or two on the manage
ment ol cattle.
The feeding of these forty-eight largo
oxens, together with nine othe animals,
probably not small,secms to us very
low, so far as the corn part is concern
ed, compared with what we have seen
Iiracticcd by Eastern feeders in fattening
lecf for the Boston market. We at first
doubted the truth of the story, thinking
that some pnnters or other mistake
might have happened. Our second
thought disclosed the secret, as we think,
of Mr. Balderston's remarkable success.
It was the judicious care taken of these
cattle. They were kept in stables at
nights and stormy day ft, but had the
rnntre of a large yard on pleasant days.
Good ! They were treated as gently as
they ware all pets. Better : There was
no noise, no loud talking, no whipping
and driving, nothing to disturb the quiet
of the yard and stables". Best of all !
Such care and kindly treatment saved
at least one third of the feed required
under an opposite management, either
to grow or to fatten animals. Surely
man ousrht to bo " merciful to his beast."
and certainly he can afford to be.
KAICfACTCUM MB DUUUI IB
Choice Brapds of Family Flour,
CIRAIN. .HEAL, FEED, ETC.
Custom work trom:'tly done Th highest market
fr.ee iud I-1 giala
You Want It! Znryboay Wants It!
StesU b In every fluaQy la tte Vartk, WeH
XtiisnaHvai good m itaiUfa fspen, sal
rasper. 0or$l60fsryesr. .
rrfes ft unlaw tr twg riii ! a Baa mi
Si aim Saw trim, St. Stm. .
NEW JEWELRY SfME.
''All visiters ta tax city
Established in 1805.
Oldest Business House in Salina
XMhle &. DavlB,
WUOLCSAlt AND BCTA1L DKAICRS 1 ASD M4SC-
Harness, Saddles, Collars, &c.
Also Bridles, Whips, fcc.
96 Santa Fk AvEroa,
United States Tea Co.,
26, 28 AND 30 VJ3SEY STREET,
Mike no extnTafrnt prrtrnf Ion, bat
Guarantees AH of Its Goods,
And nadtrttkt to fsraUb uy
Of naiform quality for each pde, at tha
Lowest Market Price.
It mm wholly to the only rcliabla
TEST OF A FAIR TRIAL
or Ita teas, aad drprad. far its rarer. cnUrcly apea
(trtac permanent aatufactMn to It cattoawr.
IS THX A0E5T AT SAUSA TOa THX COXPAST
Gramd Prairie Howse.
Theobald Wxaar, Paonmoa.
Tf aa vm a imn mral of Tfctoal. hot
all hoar of tbe day , call on T. Wany, Jto. M Saate
ZT. ell. t!Trrsstni fcifamn.
c. w. TREsm?a
H ABDWABE STOKE
. mmA mml
1 "" -tT. n flren fWi
KJUfeMstlf wan wiu Kucp saj j-
SuperiorGoods and Low Prices.
OF EVERT DE9CBIPTIOK ARE DAO.T ARRIV-
WOlflndUto their Interntto examine my goodaaod
jiiota before bnylnj elatwber.
GANG PLOWS, mn
TRUCK AND BREAKING PLOWS,
Of tbe following brand
GARDEN Cm- PLOWS.
I do net pretend to mpi'lr fcnnrri with the cheap.
wnrthleM plows that are in tbe market thu .season, and
will ll none bnt estatlished and reliable plows.
Particular attention U called to the
ror which I am the sole atrnt in the county. They are
madcof irehardeneaby n new. pecdlarprocess.
Sd wUl actually cat gla. I J"I?t,iSaa ?v
them to aour in any ground, and 1 will take back any
plow that docs not f itc satisfaction.
Mowers and Reapers,
OX YOKES AND BOWS,
AMES' AND OTHER SPADES,
Shovels and Forks,
HOES AND RAKES,
Locks and Latches,
BUTTS AND SCREWS,
AH warranted and cheaper than at any other place.
OfthebeatBaauhctunandatpncea that can not be
Of ny'manulacture and sccprtslngly cheap.
Lime and Cement.
Hare a look at njy foods and examine nay prices), aad
you wm ana mat
I r .
or Kansas crrr.
a A-. t 1 ma J
Farmers, Atteatioa !
Plows! Plows! Plows!
Flows and Fan lachinery
ETer broaght to ahia
to a food
ml i 1m an aa rinsr BasaaiamaawaaattaaarBtC.
We hatetheeiehisrfeaalehiOaawa. Salhat oawaTc-
PbnsoB eountka of the
Celebrated JOHN DEERE,
Silver Steele and Canto Clipper
Errry plow sold is warraatsd. W also aara a large
Garden Implementi and Seeds,
Garde Drill and Cultivators,
OP TAEI0DS BtMBS,
Walking and Sulky Cultivators,
TUB TAKSITBB AJTD OtLBBBATBB EST ST0M
And MISSOURI HAND PLANTERS,
DOTY'S WASHING MACHINES.
YOXS. CDA1SS, AXMS, SPACES, 8B0TSIS,
Reaping and Mowing Machins.
A Urge stock of the Justly celebrated
Fish Bro.9s and Bain's
always onhani at bottom price. Kvcry oot war
rtinira. V air uir (nils iwi
7. r. Cmm a Go's
ail of which we will tell at Wholesale or Retail at Tcry
'rt. tkiitti nnhlie fine naet uatioaaae. we ei.rdiallr
lm ite 1 in want of any kind of Farm Implements or
Machinery. Waaou or any thin in our line to call be
fore purcuaUic elsewhere and we wlU convince them
lOBl wr jaaux uusukm. r it. nwiiiiw
WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD
In Western Eaasaa in any first -class article la our line.
C. POST CO.
Oor. Otla mxxtX
A Liberal Discount to iheTrade.
Krai Estate, insurance, &c.
E. H. B tsoe.
A. B. Kostss.
Bishop & Norton,
GENERAL REAL ESTATE
Bare the only sbstaact Of iiuea " 'y. '- "-"
liaVeouiv- Orders by man promptly attended to.
HAVE FOR SALE
Or IMPBOTBD ABO CSlMrkOTEB LAB08.
Agents for the National Land Co.
Lands or tub
Kansas Pacific Railway Comply
ASD or TUB
Mo., Ft. S. &GuIf R. W. Comp'y.
ALSO AGIM r32 1 HB rOLWJt
-Etna, or Hartford, Cos.
AM.CEMiuL,or St. Locis, Mo.
UARTroRD, or Hartford, Coxj.
Kansas, of Leavenworth, Kaj
Phonix, or Hartford, Cons
Pctnaji, or Harttord,Conn.
SANOAMO, OF SPRINOrflLD, IliS.
Losses Liberally Adjusted and
500,000 Acres of Land
B0WEN & VAN HORN,
Real Estate and Insurance Agents,
SALINA, SALINE CO, KANSAS.
AGENTS FOR THE SALE OF
Thb Lands or m Nationai Land and
E MIORATIOS COMTANT OF Ca9SAS-
Kajuas Paxitic BanwAjr Lauds.
Pbivatb Labs, IuraoTBO Pamjts an
Will aaaw taada to fai i a i laftueaf caarie. a-
1 table rtre aad un
D. W. WNIehead.
Watdws, CIocbuMl Jewelry,
SPECTACLES, Ac, Ac
9t$ CEroohs, fBtocrries. &c
Hurrah for tbe New Railroad !
BICATJBK SAID SAILBOAD
Ii Bringing Such a Large Share
OF THE TRADE TO
J. M. &, B. L. WILSON,
NOT ONLY WHOLESALE
Bat the Cars stop even in the Oity
And Takc Many Waosx Wants
"Vary tVom aa
YARD of RIBBON TO A DRESS
PATTERN, FROM A PATE OF
Slippers to a Nice pair of Gaiters,
Pair oi Boots to a bran New Suit,
ARB BTBNIOMB WHOIt WANTS aBB TBE STANDABB
wimvr auatsHi, u:
Aad as A aSset la laey en an aaHs and
Are Determined to Come Again,
TsU lattr Mends aad iMr frieaaVMaaaa u assas aa
J. M. & B. .L Wilson's Store,
Is Crowded Most of the Time,
AND TBBT HATB
-A. lAJEtGtt TRADE,
WHICH IS DAILY INCREASING.
THEREFORE BE IT REMEMBERED
J. M. & B. L. WILSON,
Wholesale ana Retail Dealers in
GROCERIES, DRY GOODS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS, CAPS, AND NOTIONS,
Nxxt Dooa to the Banking House,
n... iaa fadest aal aiest csawlete stacks sf rasas eeer
hrcaf It ta Wwura Baasas aa4 taat
THEIR PRICES ARE LO WER
Thaa lbs lsaest. aa aHbmah " adeertbeUseH
at cost thsj caa saaaw tae prices at tbsse that da.
AH af jea who a MS saj tbls la the Has af ClslMaf aas
That taer aaa sell aos aetter (aa4s for leas aa7 tkaa
jam caa aae at aat aiher I'm la taa West, at lUt Uer
caa aeii jsa say ic irea a
Neck Tie to a Bran New Suit
Of tae Asm! tetters eheafr raaa the t Was est. aa all af
tU ata'.sat taatsatty atrasUiat to sal.
That the rspl rate at aalch tbey aoar forth raUoao erer
SHr craters Is a caattoa aa4 W laey saa afces u sail
at each eery too Scares Is a ajrtcrj.
Those that Want Boots and Shoes,
That tare haee a W sssch. ttat they B salt ya U m T
aad that tfcry caa at ho heat as atthce la arloa ae ajoaMry.
Last but not Least, Ladies, Please
caa a ssiirlit at Wnssn's. that
ysai sintf awaiasai
call there trr.
OBSlenr eaiasal ail ear a
Aat all sanies arSrlagUhay at whslasala
at thaw such Is seJilsss. thai theyhaeaa
Msasiif'f - ' ""''
arenas afraid U caassar aah Loan
Cheap Cajftlt Prices.
WILL NOT BE UHDEBSOLDi
jyty GomfrMtf taon.
;f urniturr, Jttirrors, &c.
ED WARS LOTS. JAaTSS HOLLAR.
LOTZ fr HOLLAND,
Mmnfkeharer and DtmUn m
MIRRORS, WALL PAPER,
WINDOW SHADES, ETC.
COFFINS and Burial Cases
ravsTANTLY n aiaaaf.
Hearse and Carriages
fSR VOflBBSALH FCBIrllSBaaMe M
First Dooa Noeth Eaolz Daco Store
Santa Fe Avenue.
Kansas Pacific Rail w'y.
The Short, Favorite and only All Rail Room to
Denier. Uora;rtow, Coldea City.
Kri'. Ixingmoat. Leotrai uiy,
a- Mrmphls, Ciloraito Spriafa, VilUIroat,
Idaho ftrln. :rrlr, Kraos.
OreenOty. Uieeaoe, nail Laaetiiy.
KUo. Kniu. SoerameaU..
MaryseUle. 1" rrael.
aad all points la
Kansss, Colorado, th TarrttarrS, antJ
tna pssme vaaau
vn nMnnlhna nr Prrv tranefee hv thia raote
Mail awl acoimodalMatraiBarao daily, (exeeptua-
' . . .!.
LIPITW sun ua.1,
Trains leare allna frills; West .
EzpreastA. H Mail a.ll T M
Trains IraTe .alma goinr East
EiprrMKBP M. Mall JJ A.M.
Decuons wna trains aa iwiowr
At Lawrca'e fwr Baldwin Otr. Ottawa. Garnet!,
HumlmMt, rarkrr. Thayer. Barlinjrtoo, Oswego, the
topa. Ft tcna, and Haxter Sptiag-s.
AtTnneka for Barllngame. Eropona, CoOaawowl
rails, riorenee, Wichita, Ae.
At Junction City for Coancil Orore. EahvorU, -
At Carson with the ftoafhero Oeerland Mail and E
rress Oaupany'e dafly line of cnachea for ruhlo,
Trinidad. OaVVeicas. Furl Union. Daata Fe. Laa Lrn
ceo. UT Oty and all point In Sew Mexico and Ari-
At Denrer with raaarnrcr AtrVHJTiSra
GeorrrtowB. Ac. .and with Cetorado Comtral HaUroaa
for Central City, fioldm Uty, Ae
At LeneenwurthAUhiaonaad St. J
At Kansas Uty. "WateUae" and "Cajoa" De
pot forTTfiSs aad Uucaco. aad poiaM Sooth al
rtTatlmaa Meepiajc Can attached ta Kxpreas
traioaodranthroah btwern Ksnaas Oty. Deaser
City and Lheyenae.
j,oao,anocr of r amice farming lasxl. Irsae, .
.. T a, .l ar - haw i at a llkllwav af
.,! .1.,ik. llnf lh Keanse Paclflc rUJlwsr. si
front J to at per acre rorjaruraun "-
Derereaax, Iand Commissioner, Lawiw.-. Kansar
KDML'XD Bowen, Ooral oop't,
BETEKLKT R. KEIM, General TVaet Agent.
General OaVeeo.Ksaeii Oty. Mo
-.r"r -, - f v
Missouri, Kansas and Texas R. Wjttztrz&t
r aad after Aondar. Jaly I, tarr. waao ww. r
Mail train win laJactoa Oty at . far,
ArffiT att CaaVtCmnw KJVX1
AJ5s7o train to 1
Cuastdl troec a. a Arnra at Janet aaa ury
accoaandarlna Para will teaee jtaaaao FaB at
a. .aarfarTlroaJantaoaOtyJaip a.
CMSvetion aaade at Eanaoria, BarUagtaa. Hass
holdt aad Omcopb arra stag i foe afl p iati ta hoaiaa ra
m SiMioisiiia Kaaaa
a. S, STKTKXS. Ga Maasgrr
r C Warta. fiaawrtaleadens-.
a aatacrfber aoetag naratlj BaBTAwaedSat I
asarty nfsar Btt; drag asw. nn mlaaa ai
nan isstthassaaeaaaae. laan n.afilBsr a ear.
laa isstthonaaarataae lataanaabjatBar th rrry
iaralstr nan irlailid ae rhaa ar aad aaaK ar.
aeaflr eaarreorh ahera aa etaahaaaaa. I aaa v
haat dsacnaa af
AUkimdsefM-U ami YtatimVm
SLvtt GfafAs BilMtid Bmlftn
MaOtraia win UaOwopntf JI i. a.. Oswego .
A n am.. La&eo -ay J p as . ewji aiinws I
wtp m . HamboUt Aata . oaaho r aSl Tkaaa
i m . slagtaa Ht a. a . EagintSaa a. . , '
ST. LOUIS RAILROAD.
- -r?; waaia
getweemlt. lysis, er saaa l, -
WaaaraV aaaaarawBr amalaaaaaBfeBaaBA araawa - - "aWt faawama arajvav
Which, oa tala read an tfee I
pviMvHiyi i. m . i wu. vw rowan (ar
BwxarAeaaaaUaToUsagestrraar heat, loas oeaalbas
rtdaa. aad rriaarat asaasaaaat dsaagn kaeUeat u
Tkntiaa-aaraaartaetwoanatcRleeor taa WntZs
Jia P'l' r
Lona aad Oncaoo at IM same coat as by other rootra
E)aVarawzaa(iaaiTlaS. Loots AChlraA
J C. HcfiriXEN.Oaa'lSav-t, lrsi
A. NKWXAX. Uea'l rasaia,ii At i ".
SAAC L. DOWN'S. Ticket feat. St. Looi. Me.
(atsaCity and LwhsSW line,
The North Missouri Railroad
irr aad the WsatW
lasatrooM from Kaaeea
jus iraiai wwr jBHi nuKiaiM'iin nun, ign
Scott a Gulf RaUroad. HUasoari Rleer Kailnad. irtien
. mi lm m ' !. . V--.
road, foaaiot direct wish this road In tho
Ateaaaaa ami loaTcnworHl) ana Missouri alier uau
siaaar rioa nsror ar eatsas orr
aad I'aion Depot at Hartent; runaiaf throafh to
at. locu witsoct caaaa.
Thia k) tha only roods frasa Eanaae Uty aatna- tho
mLi raLaca LZnn cans
(Bertha seeared at all Important place In the west )
The trains of this line asaka direct ami rellallr eoa
ctioaa at St. IXtla with all meralaa: fast tratus. mk
TSBB OtCK tm ataarr.
Wo land iinssim at Carr Street rVrry . W. Ials,
thaa arotdias; iosaj aad tedeooa ocaalhua transfers.
ciactaaan. torisriLU. taDuaarous, iu a.
aca, raw Toaa. XAaatiuji. HATroi. mm.
vuxa, siw oaLaasia, sisanus, cstao,
aaLTtaoaa. waaaiaaroii. rrrrsarau,
And all other polnta to taw United Stasan aad Caasdss
are reached ey tale Uae
Para aa Eaaw aa ay aa atasar Biaata.
rTThroafh tlckrta caa he had at all railroad ticket
entree In the West, on tha Kansas PaclSe. rart Vott
aad Jlf RaUroad. at Loaraawusth.atchisoo, and all
Important towns la hsnssa a H. KMtillT.
I. GeaeialrrrlEhthc't. M IamiU
I'At'UH. tieaeral Wastern Arrnt
R C. WICKER.
A. W. MlLUH-Al'bH.
I.. M. DUN.f.
Oen'l Tlchet Agent, St. Joseph, Ma
THE OLD RELIABLE
Hannibal and St Joseph
la cloaa rnnarrHoa with aha
la ran aasr Seroar Rncra East, Xonra oaoitii
Connection mad at Quincy oeer tha wainlSreot Naw
Iaor)airja across the ausnatlppi Kleer, within
Chicago, Burlington and Quincy,
Toledo, Wabash & Western R. R.'s
TO AIXrODrniEaST "ORT1I OR SOUTH.
At Macoa with
Tha ! 1st MaaaaaH StaUrl,
for St Loan, aad rlaM. Loala ta all tioiats Cut or
Bay your Through Tiokct3
By this popwlar liar, and n)oy the conu-iou.n.M of
ha lag taaea tha short, qatea and cheap pn- lt,
1'. B UROAT, GEO. H. MOTI.I.TUN.
fien'l Ticket Agent ! hw
A. C DAWKH. Moohhweatern raising i r ...
The Great Central Route Ea:
CHICAGO, BURUNBTQN ft QUINCY
Thaata rvMakio rwaar, rfca Bflaaalkal at. J.
aaafc. tMaa Stat llafws aad
rMasageraaoangEaat shnald be aarv their tlcaes
read ess thia Croat futsilar Roaae.
tew aad spleaiBd hay Uarheo with Twrlf e Wheel
ed Troth aad aasaaa's ratrat VeniilaUm. sre nioa
all day train.
rziutAjrt, rATMjrr sttmnxo coAcrrn
The aaeat in the world, are raa oa all alght tralss
This si the only road rwaaia; Kalaae Mi.tse lct. s
from tiolacy Srnat can Co ewnd la mliau. hy
letter, uk-graph or pi ran aal appllelloo
Sorhaaaoof ears froe Uulaer to Chirago, al hi
one rhsage frasa (Joiury tu
'w Tor, nuilwr. MorrlsUirg, Oesslsa-I, !)
trait, atagrarail, aurAoater. nxinL
tadianaiaJai or tMalnlll-
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h aa faiKl, sod MMrtri
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jj yjun eltsr. etMea boar loKirj tf,, we
any anr raaia.
Tht la ah only road i
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ran aJwsi tow a hf iaf.rior fjaUi
Aah w Ttcasta rsa the Lalcafi, U-xliarwa uA
T MAaiaa. Uea'l Bai-'t. LWra
. I. MlTXMja. Aas'l aap't. tfuar
rARKER. Gra'l Woavra rasaragtr Agl
Vandalia Route. East
Indianapolis Short Line.
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aa .aawwejB -
FOUR TRAIN DAILY
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aad t.hiaaa atrsate, a fallow
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