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THK AltW!- WEDNESDAY. APHIL 6, lSS,
f rabliaiMd Dally and Weekly at 1624 Second
f ' Avenne, Rock Island. Ill -
J. W. Potter.
Tdum Daily, 60c jr month; Weekly, $3.00
par annum. ,
All communications of a critical or argnmenta
trvo cha.acter, . olitical or religions, mnst have
leal same attached for publication. No snob
articles will be prlnte-l over flctttioas signatanss.
Aaoaymons eommanicatioos not noticed.
Correspondence vollci.ed from every township
la Kock Island count.
Wednesday. April 8 1893
CALL FOR DEMOCRATIC MTATE
JOXYKNTIOX Or ILLlKOISt,
Headquarter Democratic State Central Com
mittee of Illinoi., Sherman llouse. Chic go,
Febroary 22, vm. A Convention of the Dem
ocracy of the Stale of Illinois, is hereby called to
meet in the Hall of the Hunts of ReprerentaMv, g,
in Springfield, Illinois, on Wednesday April 7th,
1893, at S o'clook F , for the purpose of nomi
nating candidates to be voted for on Tuesda.,
November 8th. 1894, for the offices of Governor;
lieutenant Governor; Secretary of 8tae ; Auditor
of Public accounts; ' reasurer; Attorney gener
al; Three Trus:ees of the TniverHity of Illinois;
Tao Congressmen a Large ; also for the purpose
f selecting one Presidential El. cior from each
Congress, ouul Diitrict, and fQur Presidential
Electors from the state ai la ge. Two delegates
from each Congressional Disulct and eight dele
gate from the state at large to the Democratic
National Convention, to be held in Chicago, June
Si, 1892. One State Committeeman from each
Congressional District, and sevtn state Com
mitteemen from the state at large, and such other
bnsiness as may roperly touie before the con
vention, 'i he baei of representation for each
coanty -bal be: One delegate for each four
hundred votes cast for C!v lai.d and Tburuian at
the last Piesldei tial Electlo , and one delegate
for each f. actional part thereof, of two hundred
votes or more. Ci.der this call ttie representation
of Kock Island county will be, ol S,bl4 votes, 9
y order of the Democratic Mate Central Com
mittee of Illinois. Diiiv P. Phklps. Chairman.
TBEO. Xilsok, Secretary.
The following resolution was adopted by the
Demccrtic State Central Committee, February
Be it reolved. That it is this sense of this Com-
mltlee, that the Anstialian Balloi law applies to
me eiecuou oi omcers at tue annual town r. oet
tngtoall elections exci pt s specially except, d
in said law, and this committee recomnund that
ail elections to be held for town officers this
spring, be held U' der the provisions end according
to the letter of said law.
Drmorratlr Caasiy convention.
The democrats of Rock Island county are
hereby requested to send delegates to a conven
tion to be 1: eld at the court house in the city of
Rock Island Thursday, April 14, 1893, at 1:30
'clcck p. m. for the purpose of selecting dele
gates to he democratic stute convention which
assembles at t-priugtield. W ednesday. April ST,
160a. The ba is of representation at said county
convention win be one d. legale for each township
and a so upon the vote for Cleveland and Thiir
Buan in 18x8 apportioned amorg the different town
ships,precmcts and waids in the ratio of one dele
gate to every SO voters, -and one delegate for
every niajer ait thereof, and according to which
the folio iLC will be the renn-xeiiTRtion :
Cordova 8 Canoe Creek
11 ay pton. Is precinct 3 Cue
S Port Byron
4 Coal Valley
4 south Moll ir
8 Moliue 1st Ward
8 ' Snd " ....
4 " 8rd " ...
5 ' 4ih " ....
8 " 5th " ....
6 ' 6ih " ....
6 " 7ih
4 Edginrt'n- 1st Prec't
South Kock Island. ..
K. Island 1st Ward..
" 2nd " ..
" rd " ..
" 4th " ..
5th " ..
" 6th " .
The caucuses in the several townships will be
held at 8 p.m., and in Molit e and Kock Island at
7:81) p. ni. on Saturday. April 9, lWtt. The differ
ent delegations will also report names of commit
teemen for their respective townships, precinr.is
ana wards. T. S. Silvi. Chairman .
Dab W . Gotrio, Secretary pro tem.
Eehaiob Palmes is not afraid ta stale
his position as opposed to the doubtful
Bland bill. Under his crucial examina
tion the people can see the meaning of
free silver. It would be practically free
to mine kings, but tne people would not
be benefited thereby, says the Warren
The St. Louis Republic is making life
somewhat of a burden to ex Congressman
Neidringhaus. May 14, 1891, Mr. Neid
ringhaus stated in an interview that he
would have his great tin-plate factory
ready for turning out American tin-plate
is merchantable quantities by July, and
that he expected to make not less than 500
boxes a day by that time. He did not
say "next July" or "the coming July."
but just "July." When "July" came he
was still not quite ready. That was
nearly eight months ago, and when called
n two weeks ago the big tin-plate fac
tory was going to be in full blast "inside
of two weeks." The other day the two
weeks were up and the reporter called
around fully expecting to find that the
production of tin-plate in St. Louis was
an assured and indisputable fact, and he
found the proprietors unable to accept an
order for 10 tons of tin plate to be filled
in 10 days because the factory was "not
yet quite ready" to be run on full capao
it j. Mr. Neidringhaus' tin-plate factory
seems yet to be "all In his mind's eye."
At the urgent solicitation of his friends,
not only of Douglas county, but through
out Illinois, where he is well and favor
ably known, William B. Brinton. of Tus
cola, who has for several years been
treasurer of the democratic state central
committee, has decided to submit his
came to the state convention to be held
at Springfield, April 27, for the office of
state auditor, and the outlook at this
writing is that he will have little opposi
tion in the convention, as the democratic
leaders and the papers of this state ap
pear to accord him the place, and regard
his nomination as a foregone conclusion.
Mr. Brinton, in his capacity of general
agent of the Moline Wagon comprny has
traveled -through the state ever
sinct 1874, and has been a regular vis
itor to almost every town and city in it.
In this manner he has been able to form
a wide acquaintance, and he has a per
sonal acquaintance with more people in
Illinois than perhaps any other man.
This gives him a great advantage in a
campaign, and he would no doubt secure
a great many votes on the strength of this
acqaalntance. As a member of the sub
committee of the state executive commit
tee on doubtful districts in 1890, he ren
dered materia) services to the party, and
ts) WLI.roTs, snuvsacij he Wfttj4
Springfield and remind until John M.
Palmer was electee U. S. senator. In
fact, whenever he has been called upon
to aid and assist tie democracy he has
answered the call, and in an intelligent
aod business like tianoer.
The poll by the Si Louis Republic of
the 103 members of the Illinois assembly
who, on the final ballot for United Stites
senator at the last session of that body,
cast their votes for John M. Palmer, has
resulted in securicg an expression from
51 of them. Th s lacks but two of
a majority, and the vote is lsrDe enough
and decisive enoug h in its character to
indicate the controlling sentiment of tbe
body. The vote, too. is representative
in its character, its total being one more
than the number of legislative districts in
the state, nearly a 1 of which are repre
feoUd in tbe poll. Put in tabular fortr
it shows the follow! sg results:
Candidates. Choice. Choice.
John M. Palmer 40 16
Qroverfle eland 9 "
Horace Boies 1 18
David B Hill 1
Wm. R Morrison . .. a
Isaac P. Gray .. 8
Roswell P. Flower .. 1
J as. E Campbell .. 1
John U. t a-lisle .. 1
The one vote misting in tbe total for
first choice was cast for' "the choice of tbe
Illinois democracy," ard of the two miss
ingin tbe second choice column, one was
for "any good western man."
Sea at or Palmer receives seven of his
16 votts as second choice from Cleveland.
Tbe other two Clevela: d men divide, one
going to Colonel Morrison and the other
to "any good western man."
Gen. Palmer's frit nda return tbe com
pliment by giving Mr. Cleveland every
one of his 10 votes in the column of
second choice. Tbe remaining 29 votes
are divided in the proportion of 10 to
Gov. Boies, who gets his other two from
tbe field, two to Gray, who gets his third
and last from Neill The other Palmer
vales are divided between Morrison, Car
lisle, Gray, Campbell and the "field," a
good many of them teing for the senator
himself, "first, last aid all the time."
AmDg the expressions is this:
Hon. George W. Vinton, of Moline
First choice, Clevelaad; second. Palmar.
"Grover Cleveland, honest, faithful and
true. Tbe nation knows him. If he
can't be nominated in my judgment
John K. Palmer will come next in the
The Wonderful Bnceeia
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entitles it to your confidence. No ether
preparation has such a record of cures of
scrofula. Salt rheun., blood poisoning,
or other blood diseat.es. To try it is to
know its merit. Beiiureto get Hood's
For a Penpra fpmilv rathartir wp rnn.
fidently recommend ELood's Pills. They
sneuia oe in every home medicine chest.
A Mute Recovers Speech.
Alphonse Hempbliiig, of Summit town
ship. Butler Co., Pen a., made an affidavit
that his 12-year-.old son, who had
had St. Vitus dance for twelve years, lost
his speech, was completely cured after
using three bottles of Dr. Miles' Restora
tive Nervine, and and also recovered his
speech. Thousands testify to wonderful
cures from using it f r nervous diseases,
dyspepsia, nervous deliility, dullness, con
fusion of mind, hetdache, etc. Four
doses of this Nervine cured Mrs. W. E.
Burns, South Bend. 1 3d., who had been
Buffering with constant headache fur
three months. Trial Itottle and elegant
book free at Hartz & 3ahnsen's.
Creed e ! !
Having placed with us for disposal, a
limited amount of trtasury stock of the
King Solomon Minim; & Milling com
pany, of Cteede. Colt rado, being one of
the best located properties in the camp,
we are offering same at- a price that will
interest you, if you will investigate. For
further information, c ill on or address.
Rice is Fuller.
Harper house. Rock Island.
Norman Litcby, Dts Moines, Iowa.
Dear Sir: A box of Headache Capsules
were handed to ms an i I have used them
with perfect success. They cannot be
recommended too highly. Could not
possibly do without tt em in my house.
I recommend them to sufferers with this
common though terrible complaint.
J. Enbig, Kalamazoo, Mich.
For sale by all druggists. Hariz &
Bahnsen wholesale agents.
Goodeveningl Have you used Ah!
there is no need of my saying anything
further, I am sure you will hereafter use
nothing but the famou i Blush of Rosesjfor
your complexion. Tours with best wishes.
Floba A. Jones. Siuth Bend. Ind.
P. S. Call this e re please at T. H.
Thomas' and learn the particulars.
About your feet btrting you, when
Chryso Corn Cire will cure corns, bun
ions, etc. Every bottle warranted at
Hartz & Bahnsen's.
Cubeb Cough Cure One minute.
For sale by all druggists. Hartz &
Bahnsen,' wholesale dr iggists.
For some time past I've been a rheu
matic. I recently tred Salvation Oil
which gave me almost instant relief. I
sincerely recommend it as it has entirely
cured me. James Gordon,
150 S. Paca street, Baltimore, Md.
, Farmers and Horst men read this! I
find Salvation Oil a mcst excellent lini
ment among horses, ai.d I take pleasure
in endorsing it as a ce tain remedy for
scratches. James T somas.
Franklin Road, near Baltimore.
Our readers will not le so very foolish
that they will allow themselves to be de
ceived with a new cot ;h syrup when
they have experienced he value of Dr.
POULT rt? APPLIANCES.
A Coop Especially Iealg-ned for
rhlfllr. . It I 1.1 n n 1
. J .... r.,1 n.nv rit II.
! A very convenient kind of coop for
chickens hatched early in the spring is
the one shown in the cut, according to a
correspondent of The Farm JonrnaL
codp for early chicks.
It is 4 feet long, 2 feet wide and
2 feet high in the center. It is made
from 'i-inch boards. One side is made
of glass so that the sun will keep
the chicks warm, although the weather
may be very bad. The door ia made
to 6lide upward when opened. There
is also a small door for the chicks
to go in and out at their leisure. This
is a convenient coop for chickens hatched
in cold weather, because it can be turned
eo the sun '8 rays will fall directly on it.
That all the fixtures of a poultry house
should be movable for the sake of clean
liness and convenience is advised by
the journal mentioned, which illustrates
a convenient movable jerch for a sinall
A MOVABLE PERCH.
ui.ue, m tne socona cot. This
is so plain that but little explanation is
needed. The front supports should le
about eighteen inches long and thoe in
the rear about thirty inches. The plat
form should not be less than 2l feft
wide and a C-ineh strip be nailed in front
to form a trough.
Raised Flower Iteda.
Raised beds, as a rule, are not admis
sible in a flower garden. The introduc
tion of so many new plants into summer
bedding arrangements has made the
elevation of any particular bed or beds
merely a question of planting, and any
attempt to raise them much alxve the
ground level by irons, wire, woodwork
or other devices has an artificial appear
ance quite out of character with the
natural beauty of a garden, especially
when the floral display is at an end. In
the pleasure ground, however, the case
is different, and the removal of a tree
whose decay has made it dangerous to
life and limb is oftentimes the prelude
to a rawed bed. A few feet of stump
left in the ground, the soil broken up
and surface roots removed, a few cart
loads of fresh soil and the bed is ready.
Many things present themselves as
suitable for the planting of such beds for
a summer display, Cai ry creeper, Hu
mnlus japonicus and Cobaa scandens
ranking among the best on account of
their rapid growth. If, however, the
first planting of such bed is to be a per
manent affair almost all of the climbing
roses will be found suitable. So are the
varieties of R. polyantha and Rosa in
dica, and if a few plants are placed in
Buch proximity to the stump as to allow
sufficient shoots to be directed around
and over it to clothe it nicely, the b d
will quickly present a furnished appear
ance. Smut In Oats and Wheat.
Bulletin 22 of the Kansas experiment
station gives the result of experiments to
prevent smut in oats and wheat. The
amount of smut in oats in 1S91 in the
fields about Manhattan was about 53
per cent., as shown by actual count.
Potassium sulphide was as effectual in
preventing oat smut as the hot water
treatment previously recommended. It
ran be used at the rate of one pound in
twenty gallons of water, the seed to re
main in the solution twenty-four hours,
or use about twice the amount and re
move the seed at the end of ten or twelve
hours. Treatment of the seed with hot
water or with potassium sulphide both
prevents the smut and increases the
yield. The loose smut of wheat was con
siderable in 1891 on some of the plots on
the college farm. Fifty-four trials with
various fungicides did not furnish de
tisive evidence favorable in any case,
Snravim? HT)T1 II IT writfAfc riarlv an it
oats with flowers of sulphur, potassium
uipuiae, chloride or iron and Bordeaux
mixture, singly, at intervals of about
Bight days, from April 21 to July 2, had
apparently little if any effect in pre
venting red and black rust. Spraying
corn plants with Bordeaux mixture,
chloride of iron or potassium sulphide
did not preveut the development of corn
Cold frames have much the same form
of construction as hotbeds. In the cold
frame the finely pulverized soil is warm
ed from the heat of the sun received
through the glass covering, which also
excludes the cold night air from the
germinating seeds or tender yonng
plants. In the hotbed the heat is mainly
derived from the fermenting manure in
the bottom. This, with the solar heat
added, is very forcing, and it requires
daily attention and frequent waterings
to get the best results from a hotbed. :
In the sonth the cold frame will usually
meet all the requirements for early
forcing. Ccld frames are frequently
covered with coarse cotton cloth instead
tf the more expensive method of sash
Radishes are easily grown under glass
and pay for the trouble when there is a
near market for them. '
The asparagus bed will take kindly to
a dressing of well composted barnyard
If you have a good local market it will
pay to force lettuce in hotbed and cold
The Rural New Yorker says that last
season twenty-seven kinds of sweet corn
Were tried with results the same as in
past seasons. Cory, or some strain of it,
for earliest, and follow with the North
ern Pedigree, Perry, Crosby, Concord,
Mammoth and Evrroreoo.
Ch I Idrensand Misses
Cloth Top and Pat.
THE TRAVELERS' tiUIDE.
CHICaGO, ROCK ISLAND A PACIFIC KAIL
way Depot corner Fifth avenne and Thirty
first street, Frank H . Plummer, agent.
Council Binds & Minneso- I
ta Day Express
Kansas City Day Express. ..
Council fluffs A Minneso- I
ta xress f
Council Bluffs ft Denver 1
Limited Vestibnle Ex.. f
Kansas City Limited.... ...
4:35 am ! :00 am
5:50 am 11:16 pm
s .as pm
U :05 pm
3 56 am
tOoing west. JGoing east. Daily.
BUKLINGTON ROUTE- C, B. i. RAIL
way Depot First avenue and Sixteenth St.,
M.J. Yonng, agent.
flu Louis Bxpresa
St. Louis Express. ........
St. Paul Express v ..
Beards town Passenger. ..
Way Freight (Monmouth) .
8 0S am
CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE & ST. PAUL SAIIr
way Racine A Southwestern Division De
pot Twentieth street, between First and Second
avenue, K. D. W. Holmes, agent.
Mail and Exprese
St. Paul Express
"t A Accommodation.
ROCK ISLAND PEORIA RAILWAY DE
pot First avenue and Twentieth afreet. F.
a. tt oca wen. Agent.
TRAINS. Lbatb. abbtt.
Fast Mall Express 8:10 am 7:30 pm
Express 2:80 pm 1:80 pm
Cable Accommodation 9:10 am 8:00 pm
" " 4:00pm! 8:05 am
MOST DIRECT BOUTS TO THE
East. South and Southeast.
Lv. Rock Island 8:10 am 8:80 pm
Ar. Orion 8:51am 8:04 pm
Cambridge 9:15am 8:27 pm
ealva 8:44 am 8:57 pm
Wyoming 10:!Mam 4:35 pm
PrlcctTille 10:88 am 4:57 pm
Peoria l:lS)5am 6:55pm
Bloomington. 1:15 pm 9:15pm
Springfield 8:45pm 4:30pm
Jacksonville 4 -00 pm 18 -05 n't
Decatur 1 :50 pm 10 :00 pm
Danville 8:50 pm 19:10 n't
Indianapolis 6:S5pui 8:15 am
Terre Haate 7:10 pm 10:00 am
Evausville 1:80am 7:85 am
St. Louis 8 pm 7:00 am
Cincinnati ". 10:00 pm 7:00 am
Lv. Peoria 10:15 ami 4:10pm
Ar. Rock Island 1 :8U pm 7:80 pm
Accommodation trains leave Rork la'and at
6:00 a. m. and 6.45 p. m; arrive at Peoria 8:45 p.
m. and 8:80 a. m. leave Peoiia 6:00 a. m. and
7 :15 p. m ; arrive Bock Island 4 :00 p. m. and 8 :06
All trains mn dally except Sunday.
All passe ger trains arrive and depart Union
Free Cbaircaron Fast Express between Rock
Is'ond and Peoria, both dt reel ions.
Through tickets ta all points; baggage checked
through to destination.
Lv. Rock Island.
8 05 am
Accom. ! Accom
" Bock Island
H. B. 8UDLOW,
7.00 am 1.45 mr
4 86 pm
7.65 ami 8.00 pn.
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4r (he l.ljBor Habit, f uaillvri.t 're4
by adaninlateriaar Ir. HaOaea'
w. bim me.
It Is manifaotured as a powder. whiaB oan be given
15 . of beer, a cup of eoRee or tea. or In fooTE
without the knowledge of the pt.tirat it is sbetflutelr
bertnleae, and will effect a permanent and apeedv
eure. w nether (he patient ie a moderate drinker or
an aloohohn wreok. it has bees given m -booMod
P' oases, and in instance r perient on re ha iol
wed. It ener J all The srsten ones tmpregnat
fd witn tne Specinc.it become an uttar impoeaibiiite
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WHCQUMKTED WITH THE GEOGRAPHY OF THIS COUNTRY WIU 0BTIMII
MUCH VALUABLE W FORMATION FROM A STUDY OF THIS MAP OF THE
CMcao, Boci Islani & Pacific Bj.
The Direct Route to and from Chicago, Joliet, Ottawa,
Peoria, La Salle, Molina, Rock Island, In ILLINOIS;
Davenport, Muscatine, Ottumwa, Gskaloosa, Des
MalneS. VtlntrMPt AnAnhnM T7 -I . .. it
Hufia, In IOWA : Minneapolis and St. Paul. In MI!I-
nsiercown ana sionx Falls, tn DAKOTA;
. , Mm, ".7, m aiwtiu;
Omaha, Lincoln, Fan-bury and Kelson, in NEBRASKA ;
MM.U1MU, mTEnwDnu, nonon, loppka, Hutchinson.
Wichita, Belleville, Abilene. Dodga City, Caldwell. In
KANSAS; Kingfisher, El Reno and Mines, in INDIAN
TERRITORY; Denver, Colorado Springs and Pueblo.
In COLORADO. Traverses new areas of rich farming
and grazing lands, affording the best facilities of inter
communication to all towns and dtlea east and west,
northwest and southwest of Chicago and to Pacific and
VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAINS
Leadlnff all comnstltnT in iniMdnp . i .
between CHICAGO and DES MOINES. COUNCIL
ana umaha, and between CHICAGO and
DENVER, COLORADO SPRINGS and PUEBLO, via
KANSAS CITY and TOPEKA and via ST. JOSEPH
First-Class Day Coaches. FREE RECLINING CHAIR
!. ana mace sleepers, with Dining Car Service.
Close connections at Denver end Cnionrfn
diverging railway lines, now forming tbe new and
TRANS-ROCKY MOUNTAIN ROUTS
over which superbly-equipped trains run dally
.unutuu "iinw.1 vAPUE to and from Salt
Lake City. Ogden and Baa F-ocleco. THE ROCK
ISLAND is also the Direct ana Favorite Line to and
from Maniton, Pike'. Peak and aU other sanitary and
raw rcauna ana caues ana mining districts In Colorado,
DAILY FAST EXPRESS TRAINS
From 8t Josenh and Kansas ntv tn anil h, .11
portant towns, cities and sections in Southern Nebraska,
Kansas and the Indian Territory. Also via ALBERT
LEA ROUTE from Kansas City and Chicago to Water,
town. Sioux Falls. M1VKT1 Pni Ta aMj err u.r-r
cannsctiong for all points north and northwest between
uv iMkee sua tne racinc uoaac
For Ticket!. Man. Fnldent nr Amm-A
apply to any Coupon Ticket Office (a the United States
w s iiistm, or satires.
E. ST. JOHN, JOHN SEBASTIAN,
Ctonl Manager. Genl Tkt. A Pass. Aft,
CHIC A. O. Ji.
STATE SAVINGS BANK.
Office Corner Fifteenth street and Third Ave,
Succeeds the Moline Savings Bank. Organised 1859
5 PEE CENT. INTEREST PAID ON DEPOSITS.
Organised nnder State Laws.
Open from 9 a. m. to t p. m., and Wednesday and
Saturday night from 7 to 8.
Pobtbh Skikber, , President
H. A. AmsweRTB, ' - Vice-President
C. F. Usmxhwat, ... cashier
-. Porter Skinner, - , W. Wheelock,
C. A. Rose, H. A. Alneworth,"
- O. B.' Edwards, W. H. Adams,
' Andrew Frlbere, r. F. Hsmenway,
I - , "E. C. r-RAZEB. ! -:.l
1 ANTHRACITE COAL. 1 1 1 ALL
Pat. Leather Slices
Chicago, Minneapolis and St. Paul
Via tbe Famous Albert Lea Route.
St. Louis, lninneapolis and St. Paul
Via 8C Louis, Minneapol is A St. Paul Short Lma.
Through Sleepers and Chair Cars
KANSAS CITY, MINNEAPOLIS ANO ST. PAUL,
PEORIA, CEDAR RAPIDS ANU SIOUX FALLS, OAK.
CHICAGO AND CEDAR RAPIDS
Via the Famous Albert Lea Route.
THE SHORT LINE
Vfc SPIRIT LAKE ?)
The Great Iowa Summer Resort
For Railway and Hotel liat"s, Iwr pt:v
Pamphlets and all informalum. ;it'ir-.-
Gen'l Ticket and l':is.-ji;:er Atrt-iii.
FOB CHEAP HOMES
On line of tliis road in NnrtlmeMTn I'a,
Southeastern Minnesota and t'entml Inkit:s
where drought ami crop i;uliire ;itv ankis-wn.
Thousands of clioiee aoivs f Lmil y-t .n-t.
Local Excursion rates piven. Inrfi.Il n.rf'e
tion as to prices of land and rate of Lire, aoiirws
Genl Ticket and I'aseti:-r jl - Jit.
All of fhe Passenger Tnii.s n ar! r)ivfsiS
this Railway are lieated 1 v sie:un Iron v.k
engine, and the Main Line l-.iv r.isM-utfr Trias,
are lighted with the Elertrie I.iclit.
Maps, Time Tables. Thron-li K;U.-s anJ
formation furnished on a.iiaiin t-. A-"'s.
Tickets on sale over this parte ;i all pr.n..:s-!
points hi Uie I'liioii. anil I'v it-s Ai-ei.ts, w J
parts of the Cuitetl Slates ami 'aii;u!a.
BerTor annouiii-eiiietits .l Eiiri.n l..."-.
and loeal matters of interest, pleax. rtl-r '.j '-.
local eoluinus ol tLus uier.
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