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,-..; Vi;',;'r. .... '.v '..''.-.;vy F or raiiiS TarieV?: MARK. MiflfiiinK1 fOC OpUltCH, 1.UKKC9 i,..v... sure- Cte, PROMPT. &3 "" GEO. 7. RAVENS, Passage Tickets, Foreign Exchange, Insurance Business. 10- HONIUY TO W)AH, outheMt eoraer Pooatfflce Ulodt. OHw Uliaoli. THE LARGEST EWORLD E. J. LEHMANM, THE FAIR, The most Wonderful Palace -or- VARIED MERCHANDISE IN AIYIZRICA, IS CENTRALLY LOCATED. THE FAIR CKVLTIKS four Large Stores on State St. and the whole of Economy Block on Adams and Dearborn Streets, COVEitlXli AN" Alii;.V OK OVER (50,000 SQUARE FEET. IF YOU WANT Siiprrior Goods Marvelously Cheap VISIT THE FAIR, Male, .Minis ami Dearborn Sts., CHICM send for out NEW CATALOGUE -AND- GUIDE OF CHICAGO. FREE. urn. 'tfnw ML gJ.-s- XiA. sylphs Beat in the Vo rid MaMns Plate ;l.i with C.a l iicl. Tin? utilization of uaturuln.n as fuel has w.-oiilit u levoiution in i:u!:ii'?. Amer ican t.tuvs will no doulit sjveeilil .' bo ahlo to C ni ct uilh tin host IicirIi an.l fiennan jih.te rl.. which it has ni'vcr Juno hereto fore. Al 1 ';:. w I:T' tl:i l- st "hiss Is Inade, several fiutoiios l.iiv ' i hniidoncd coul tind ta!;iu up the usi if loiinuf.n turnl pus IS n fuel. The su'j htir in the l.est and i ui.t of coal Mills and oats tin; with l'"1'''"'?. while if smoke a llies in contact with it in tin-soft state a i riiinnctit stain is caused, liosidcsthat, with t!i- coi.l fuel, in sjiito of the Utit of uiro, ash., ihisl mill solid lmrtieli from the fiini.iv yvrro c- rtain noiv end then to get into t!ii molten e;i.ss mill make a flow. (.as !u Mi:'.'? doi:e away with (ill that. It ba.s pivon J'ittslmr an advantage over th rest of tho o. untry that she has Ikvii not slow to utilize. licfoiii tlm natural pas fuel ilis nivory thi'rn wt'ro soni' larn flai factorit I'lsi'wiii li' ill (lu c'iint:-y. 1 'itt.-ibur(j;, siiu-o that (licovrry, has made tila-ss so niui'h lx;t tT mill -b'i:T thaii they rouM that llii-y l'.miiil thciusi Ivos ftucctt to "o to ri.tslnirg or go to ii '..'' w i I sr tm x ; 1 1 t.i m-i ,t ' k BLOWrxa PLATE Ot.ASM. Several have nhvmly nwov.sl to th city of natural riw. At sonio of tho ritthurR factoi'ia a plate of p;ln.ss OT.xVt iii hicnn now l turnoii out Tho illustration Miows that inrt of tho imxfss cnllfvl "blowing." Tho Micky, molten imtss is literally Mown into hlinjic by tho bn-uth. It Ls (umoiuicol tliut Mphsin. Ajiport, of Clichy, Franrc, havo discovered a process that will miiko jilass blowing by the mouth iiniHTONiary. Muny uttiiiiiU liuve ln-cn niado to get rid of this painful piwess in tho oixTaiions of glans making, but to this day, in every liottlo hous.', may lie wicn pale-facctl liion, with their clueks hanging limp in folds, tho rtult of years of j.'Iilss blowing by the mouth. Casts liavi be'U known in which men's chocks havo been worn so thin that I hey havo actually cj-acki'.!, and it is a com mon sight in u bottle house, to nv) tho blow-i'1-s at work, wi.h their thin chevks puffed ut. like th" lingers of a glove. Thu furnaco is heated by the ga Into it Ls wt a fire-brick pot. A round ojieiiiiig, mch as you fee in the pi lure, .ives access to tin1 jxit. In the i of, the materials which mako the glass iuo put, to be fa e l all tgitlier. They consist of hK) pails of smul, !K) part lime, -li) parU alkali, and sonio pulveriy'd charcoal. It n:ut li an intense heat, like t lu;t of a volcano, which will melt all fheso hard materials together. A glass funiaeo Ls in dee. I tho hottxst place known to man. Tho mat t rials are brought to the molten state. Then they are hkiuiiucd to get tho re fuse off. Next the workman plunges a long wrought, iron tulie w ith a wooden handle and iiiouthpi",o into tho wkito hot mass. Part of it adheres to the end of the pipe. Ho rolls it around, takes it out until it cods slightly, and then plunges the pipn into the p"t iigiiin. More glass adheres, until at length there is a ball on tho end of the luU weighing many pounds. For a plate of glass as large as tho ono mentioned a ball of the molten m iteriul weighing over thirty pounds is iniiireil. It needs a very j-trong man to lift and manipu late this weight. Whcii he gets a r 'd hot hall of glass lutgc; enough, he rests it a moment in a wet wooden mould and turns it about until it is penr-sbap-il. At length tho first mrii hands tho pipe with the rcdhut ball at the end to the blower. II" blows gently info it, turning it eonhtantly the while. It, presently l'Co;ues the .unjie. of a bugn bottle wit.'cioot any neck to speak rf. You see in the pieturu the blower at his tak. When the urns, runs too much to the lower end he must lift it in tiiie nir till it runs back to tho upper end. This requiri gretit, stnngth. Tho picture show how it. is doi:e. The hottlo is live feet long l y this time and a font and a half across. Tho next Kt. p Ls to blow out the lxtfoni of tho botflo aed make an oprn-endii cyl inder of it. Tho workman blows into Ids pipe and puts his hand over the owning. Tho air expands in the heut, and tho next moment he hears a little pop. The air has blown n small holo in the end of tho ivd hot hollow ina.--s to get out at. Tho blower twists his tulie around and around, and puffs his breath into it until tho opiiiiig gets larger, and a p. rfect cylinder takes tho pUier; of the K,ttle. A string of red hot glass drawn around the upr end of tlx cylinder breaks it evenly off at the nock fn.ni the iron blowpipe. Then it is cracked 0'ii lengthwise from end to ruad by a hot iron. It is carried to a grcnt hearth and melted tiil it becomes soft enougli to lio ont flat Then it is what it has btim meant for all nlong, gnat Hhoct of plaU rndy to Ixs tmp red, iromsl flat ami brilliant, aud put in a huge window to rfiow off ladi.s' new dresses. Fireproof Mottling. Chevalier Aldini invented a thrproof suit coiLsLsting of wire tauzo and strong cjoth protected by uluin. I'eniarkable replies have lnw cffiM Ud hi Cm", by this or other tin'pi iof suit. mam in jmrrniNDV AHMon nrsfrtso a cmx. In tho t-tiit in-entei by Chevalier Aldini the head wns prot.r-ted by an altfrt hood, and tlw lianita w. re incas.il in asttoH glovsi. In order to show tho (flM. n.'y of hii clothing, the inverter orformod a -rie of curiods experimmta in lh-'. Thus clad in his costume, he took a ltd hot in hi tor and carried it to a distance of over fifty feet, set some straw on fliw with it, and nturnd and put it into the furnace. AjmIht time h carried a burning beam and walked npon a grating beneath which fagots were Iximing. blx men clad in Ihia firvp-ocf costum wall J t i rrswtf- ( flowly bctrttn t(iii of Him forming n pnwoige over tun ynrls in K'ngtb fil!l with tl uiicw and kinoktt. Chin of tluo t l)vri uv'iiti'rH passl through Uio furuurc earthing a wKvluth invorwl lvJict, in which thore x iu a i hihi. Could (lie Oregon Have liven Siivrdt Til? I ' OlVgOI! WHS (he fliH'fist r ' on tlx) Atl.iiitk- s-ivo cue, tho Ktniriu, Sho was tho ji:1 leaf I ..tli fibs of tho water. Yet sho now lies in lii fa t of water, :.M miles olX Fiiti I I lad, ;iuk, it ;s Mirp J-ul, by a lit th-seUoui-cr whivh b.mg.'l i-ito her amidships and Lti.x kel u Lob i:.to tho iron pl:its of h t side. Thorn are thos' who think tho beautiful Oregon could havo U n savoL Hero Is what au old Yaiiloo su captaiu says: Had I l..n in command i t tho Oregon w hen it was n urent that tho vess.l would fill it tho influx wei-tfiiot chtskixl, ami when ;thi:iew;i.i no longer any hojio of W'Acking ker, 1 would have iroe.tlod as follows: I 1 would havo passid throe or more chain J eabk-K or hawsers, or Uth, ovir her Isjws, and secured th in Lko a U It ubout her waist, wIiito sho was iujuml. Then I would Lava taken tho hcaviit-t and largtvt hatch in the vessel, nil 1 I would haw Missed it over her side, Irt-tween tl cnMos and her f.latos, fortv in;? it dow u until tho suction into her bol l caused it to udlieio to her iuimovubly, liko a patch. If this did not reduce, the influx to a joint at which her jiowerful pumps could keep it under control, which 1 bolievo it would, I sli.-uld have wtssod a chwen or twenty ropes over her Isjw, k.xd hauled th.im biu'k to tho damaged sot, strimg UUi-s of the woolen poods in hercurgoon thunt, and dragged them under until they were suckel hi aud tho holo stopped effectually. I don't think there la any great ingenuity in this idea, but there h.w not Ikvii any evi cciu adduced to show that uny rvully intel ligent droi t was made to savo tho vesd. Capt. Cottier wiys it was an "act of Ood;" lit any Yankeo ikipper would have said: "Yes, un act of Ood, no doubt; but thoro'u no eternal law about not keeping this water out!" rrcvcntlnR Ileray In Wood, The prevention of decay Li 9,od is said to be effectively ncroniplLslayl by exhausting the air fi-om the rus and filling them with n gutla peix'liii s.lution, a substance which pre serves tho wood uliko fnnii moisture, water and the action of the sun. Tho solution is made by mixing two-thirds of gutta ereha to ouo-thinl of parufljie, this mixture lieitig th healed to liquify tho gutta jn;rcha, when it is readily introduivd into tho jxtisj of the wood, thoeffc t of the gutta percha U Lig, whiti it Ixt'oiiu s cool, (o harden tho jres. I mcIs of Intereot. Iiich gold 1'cKLs have been discovered in Tat ago:i ia Tho death rato In Kugland is steadily dmihiiV.hing from decade to ihvado I-4st your it w as only l!l xt 1,0011. This Is duo to Improved habits of living. l.iko so many others, tho great Kalahari desi'rt in South Africa has Ixvn found to e n dij.sert nt all, but a grnsfry lnin apiblo of supporting falailonH nnmlK'rs if cuttle. A pateiit has U'ori granted in Hassi.i for a hi iter m il' li that can U us-xl an iiiiL'linite iiiiialM-r of titiies, the wixl King impreg-iiiit-'d with n special chemical solution that will allow of such re-use. Germany leads the world in tho matter of Roography teaching. Children hi the primary class are made to l.x'ato thoir school hous church, homo and other laud marks. They nrf taken on excursions of sevoral mill's in t'io coiv.-.try, made to fix tho points of tho eoniia.ss, tho tlivovtioii of streams, do. Thus they g' t a real imp fixed in their minds. In 8 ruction in I ouks Ls only umI to lhiisli th c ;ir.a. r-1 Ik: Kprlni; Huts. In general these will lx very high, lofty ind.s'd. They will 1 trinuuixl mueli with flowing osfri.-h plumes. Tlu yaro iiot soe.--ccnt'. ie as to brim as th') wen; a yiur ago, but have nailer, struightcr brims. 7 i: i ""f r. Fin. I. 1 shows a straw. It Fio. iiiunty bnt of very fine the trimmed around crow n with a narrow bund All the trimming, consisting of black velvet, of full lootiK if black vehet, long and short black ostrich 1 f-X i 1 Fig. black tips and a pink aigrette, ia placed ut the s-trniglit, ln-ing iiimo t a regular Mother Hub bai-k. bfird skirt, and is visit Jo to a gn-atcr height Fig. ". A Plylish hot of fine English straw below or Utw.s-n the draperies than in win in the natural color, the brim rolle.1 on the ti-r dress. Soinetim -' tills skirt is gathered left side townrl the back and slightly dnxp- nil around at the top, and s.-wr to tlu ing on the other side, o nil the wigo fm ish.il foundation fkirt, but in most cas. it ispai-t.ly with a Iwind nl tluistraw. The crown Is high, plain and partly gathered, or eLse plaited in ami Hat un the fcrp. The trimming consist j wide, hxw looking plaits in tho sides or y of a small rouleau of iimlxT velvet and h-mon himl, or wh. iwer it U uot covered by orlured silk paum which oncircliH th. crown, 'druix-ry. and a full bow of tlm snnve mat.TiatH plorn infrontand toward the loft which supports a clusti.-r of huudsotne ostrich tips in tho same colors. Hrkln an.I T. ioimtntj suinmfr r)rrse. F.mbroid.i-i.. are tho Ecroptod trimming, and are prvferred to lace for crfUn dresso, but IxKh are usel. lb gular flmmcings vary from eigl-.tien to forty-five incl;. in depth. There nro f.-w r of Ui" naiTow than tf wl !o widths tisfl for dn-sscj., and in most patterns thorn aro but two widths, one for the waist and sleeves, tho ccln-r, forty in. im dr-p, for flouncing, or for the entire skirt guthenvl fuil into a Ult and wi.ni over a plain skirt of c.unbrii; with a narrow ruffle or two, either of ctubi of ilery or plain goxls, at tho hem. Themajoiity of rot ton dn;s are very simply made, lliero nrenuiny wilh a straight riuud skirt gathered into a belt, aud a d.-ep apron of cmbroider'-d flouncing that may intend orouirl Ihoeiitij-e fmi.t uud sid an 1 ix; gatheivd ov r the back breadths, the ends covered by a?i ample fash, or th" apron may mctt the lwk brtwdth at the sides. A very pretty sty le has nn apron of four yards and a half of r ujbi.vderod flouncing gathered into the licit in fpiutwith the underskirt, and with a srrKiicte l!t Ht the back so arranged that the etils of tho em broidery, which are gathered np int u narrow spa.ie, shall lap over each ml.rr acr.wi the back over the teaftimre. A sash w ith a full bow is worr with nearly all cotton drese. AVnidS may 12 f-.ill. in surlk stvle, o Dparly plain, with tu ks either perju'iMlicula 'or aTos5, tbe hitter lur stiitabk only fc very slight flpur. For ordinary drma l tunuvl ivt t trt&ndmg collar fa KroallT a j iojTAj'e, and tmfd-lAck cuffs of em C rot try are drlrable. H:mill ball p-arl buttons are the liest for closing t'io waist. Fasht may be of tho material, with enibroidery or lace, or they may I of surah, ribbon, uk grenadine or faille, according to tho occasion and the ginvls with wh.chlhey are aMOciated Deiiioivs-t M.mthly. A New lion net Hero is a stylish bonnet of a kind that will lie much worn iLo coming s:;i:i:i:er '..uv and jet. iVi-.'NJ-';.- I A'.'K HOXNKT. Tt. fs made of lignred black tulle, which li Miffed on a light frame ( f wired net. To conceal the frame it is covered with a double laver of plain net liefore the figured tulle ii mounted on it. The coronet is stud led with two rows of largo cut Jet lieiids, which dimin ish in sii:e toward tho ends, and a narrow la" rucho Ls K-t underneath tho edge. A scarf, formed by joining four-inch (rimming lav, is carried in folds down the crown and acriisj. the luick to the ears, whore tho ends form tlm strings. A large bouquet of yellowish pink blossoms is placed in the midst of a lac rosette ncnin.st the front. ltunneta In Genrrul. No more birds ou bonnets. The elict has gone forth, and the slaughter of tho innocent has sfopjwsl. It was time, for the country would shortly havi; been depopulated of birds. Tho fashion coHaps.xl in suddenly as it ros. rsarcely n bird Ls now seen ujoti tlie h.itsund winnets in a fashionable New i ork milliiH'ry window. I'itg ostrich plum 's nro again in demand A new feature has Ixvn intnulniisl in the shape of ojx ii-woi k Uianet.s, that sit lightly on tho head and show tho hair through, though they are fivpiently lined with colored silks. J hero are many of tuoso, liotli in straw and lieadod wire net work, in black, black and gilt, or any other colors preferred, Tho trimming is put dire, tly upon the open work. I'he eff.H't is uniquo and pretty. There nro nl-o liberty eat) Ixnmets, the shajx- of tlio head covering of the Goddess of LiluMty. These are very st vlish to those to whom they are U'coining. These lMiimet-cap turbans, lor ttiey sicjii to u. ail tlnw in ono, are wiiih without strings, and the back is h it without trimming, showing the shape. More About the Summer Ilrosie. Scotch ginghams will l fashiotmblo. Many of them have fris.- or fuzzy strips that kxik lik fine Turkish toweling. They are pretty and stylish. There nro many checked and striked comriioll ginghams, also. Chain lierys w'll ls. x.pulnr. Itut the ojieu work will lio the must . iMipular of all. j In so come in man styles. Safs'iis will hold their own, Cotton raics and the rriukli-d MH ism'kers are not ironed when washed, but, pulli! straigh; w ith tho hand anil allowed to dry The co ton elumhi"s or canvas goods, when wash.s; and ironed, must Us handl.tl very carcfuliv. They must be si retched uixm a fhicl.ly-i'overed ironing b'ird and pressisl lightly upon the wrong side. White good: are hcnif iful. fashionahlo and in great va riely, enbioideriMl. cros Uarrc.! and lac. stfii-l. In g'-uerul, raised spot s st riX'S and cheeks will Ik' more fashionable than llow ered 1'uhirs. I'urinoN are o.ld an 1 elegant. Tlie iiev.ost is nameil the .Tupaneso by somo, by others th" Mr- e.squ". VI:.'it's in a name, anyhow f This nt w shade has the canopy top, w ith tho ril curving outward nt tlm iHiint; these are cov ered w itli silk, in graduated hair lino stripes, the stripes mulching to a thread on tho gore sv nins; olln r-i ot v. intc or cream mIK. wnu bunch's of rose buds, pinks and other tlovv- ( i-s stn wing tl.e surface la ishly. Another new panis..l is for tin; carriage. It points longer on two sides, intended for front and buck, the short sid.s giving room for those In-side (hem. Coaching para-iols have natural wmxl slicks, with hoim-shn. s, crooks, bars rind horse bead handles. Suies of satin foulard and etamiiie in I lue and beige, brown and Is-jee, us vi i as plain l'ign foulard, w ith a border of contia.t, are all shown in the coaching line. New York l'ashioii liaar. Skirt of lreHis. Tho foundation skirt n niaiiis aNnit tw: yards and a .inai-t. r in width. The lowei skirt of tl.e dress material is erv full and IIr in il t iii. r CifTe I'rns. rVmie of the most uttraeliNc colfiv pots and tins, t.-a caddi"s and the like, s..i thw moath, have -n of brass, iron or coppT. Th shapes are unique, tho handiwork eluls onJo and careful. Tho copjxT ware shows tli; jeculiar gh--sy stii'x.th finish due to the ppw-nt popular nnlo of treating oopT. Tin brass is much of it made in llut.'d pat ten, and tho iron ware is often beautifully detorat.-d with silver ornatnentMf em. All th tabk. ware is, of c.urs. lin.si w 'th silver, anl the ..ofiW. jots ii"t iinfrepiciit!y sho v sUiiui ivorj" handles.- Jeweler" Circular. FASHIONLET3. I'ale pink tulle ru.-hii.; n k and wrists. Silver sc.a shells, lined s are pretty for the with gold, are used fc salt cellars. Ilainls of eiubioid.-r'Hl rasLuieie are to lc fhio:aho. Many suits will be combinations of large A d small checks. Itla k la' is used in combination with pink sik Uiis s.itin by young hidn s. It, is very lr oiniug tj bruiKts. Even the new cheviots coniin lxuUnneiix, Liucle and c,nle. stri. and 1hip!.-i- to l. amiblnod with plain cheviot. Bla'-k, dark green and brown fonn the iarput projortion of drs-s worn In the rtreeU by New York women. Puu:k ar.d silver are much combined In boo Deta for elderly ladiea, and one in black relvrt bad the top and side sprinkled with separate wheat bead la the flnast baud raibrotderj. The Importer ami urlKiimtnr of MILLINERY STYLES fur tlie wliolesiilo anil rotHll trailo, eolioti m ymir nisi,i, u,i,i j,i I,,,. hssertiiiiTit ..r ririiiK xlyli-x, eeintileti' In all .tepiirtnu'im. Mull eolers will ree.'We prompt i.ttciitl'Mi. A h'M'k nf li.'Mk'nxef IIhiiii' IS'.Mrntn.ii in Art Ni'i'ille W .,rk xeiit tiee In uny U'lili.'ss wlio initils ns tins "ail.'' ALL KIM'S. W will ret! jrnu tirt-rl!te Sor.rt Mrhiiief hppei ttnin any cue lu Uii conuly, eaUcr Uir tatli luaUkil- oil amt attachiiiHiita on hn,l. A'l UU-hin full) warnttltsl. Cull unit are OUa. Jau. 1 ' isil. F. I. SirKCTSXU CO FARM OF 160 ACRES FOR SALE OR RKN'T. I off t for mil or rent my fiirm nf l'V -r-v, wnll f m nnivi il, and all under cultlvitiuu, t..ur inu.x IMin say tirix.s, seven uuIik fnim (it:s.,n Ctty, an.l il miles emt nf Hl.wmmBIuii, 111 JL Lena rouo'-y. Adil"s.. or is I'iylo, It. H. I'HAsK, lanl.'i i-.u,i 111. flow mant terrible acbe om'i roor hendi ban, and what suIhrhiK M i-auK-d by thj headache.. Kellef uiay be had from Nervous. Sera H W 1 mciiines .euraigic, or Mule Heauuche ly tlie use or, rAna Rrrinuc, M D , 8t Paul Mksa. CWfACvVVVAa Whlch to ROt 4 'f0-"1'. btltl H- Bird TosoALlur in urn of ltmnLji ,,vjvv whlch L a cure for Nervous HmmUc1 with aucou m a)mat mq tint tare Ileadiu-tip, NeuralKlii, llheuinatisni, HclutU aj " "tntU J,''JCJ1i;c ,"n"' " n"ud " and (iout. No proprietary in.Kli. hio has ever ! ... hof M- D" Ohio. obtained such strong tndorscmcat from Oic .' cn.3JiJLj Hh, to medical profex-ion. I Tbix) iubmaiiii, M. D.. 8t. Tboauu,Ksi. FOR 8ALK BT ALL DRCdOISTi PRICE ONE DOIXAR PER BOTTLE A. A. MELLIER, hole PruimuU, 70tl and III VVAhHISGTON AVEJtCE, bT. LOUM. 22, RETAIL Co?OCERIES AT WHOLESALE PRICES. "o tt J CIiok-o Turk. -II I rui.es. &"& I lest. N. V. '.. Apple I'l It s 1'riMle li looll ( ol'.i .... X tr, Ciidiiv ci v (io. ,.l ' in... ! I s 1'riieo ll"iisti-. ( ot:.,- !l i A I llUcK.I" s .l ilisll ,( l; Cortei- in 1 lb pm-kancs . i'l tl s I oil Fish .Ml vr.ides nf T( ,i ;.-, t,, i,i lower liiaii the ell. ai. t ri ti l ci'ml for Price List at orne to DEVLIN & EAGLE, I?, it and JO V.. ZmMfh Ktrfet, I' UK'tUA. ill. iiiJLUOOUO j9 West of La Salle Street, (sontb side.) OTTAWA, ILLINOIS. I Trior t Vryp eouitantly on hand a lrf and wll aeleutnd atoclc of DRUGS AND Alt thf new aad popular Paten Medlclnra, Kitiaa Mid Splm for cnl'.r.arT Perfumery, Urushes, and Fancy Articles for the Toilet. Paints. Oils, Varnishes, Window Glass, &c. Particular Attention given to the Comportncllng of nivBiclans Prescription WHO 18 UNACQUAINTED WITH THE CEOCHAPHV OF THIS COUNTRY, WILL. SEE DY EXAMINIMC THI8 MAP. THAT THE y K . A.xVj ,t--;ATsoy g-js,-i!X BT i v " f J CHICAGO. ROCK ISLAND Ry roason of Iti central position and close ndation to rH principal l!:es Enst aixl Vsit. at initial and torriiin.il DoiutH. cou."tltutt'si ti e. most lir:tort;.nt mll-xintl- nont d link In that nvstom oft'irou;':i truus porttition which Invites nnU fotJlt taU,8 tnivol and tnifilo bi'U'iwu cities of tbo Atlaiitlc nnd I'lK'itlo CoaPt.-v It fsi also the favorite nnd host routo to and from points Knt. Northeuet uxul boutheiiHt, and oomvspondln f potnM W ftsst. North west nr.d Bonthwust. Tha Itocic Isimd Hysit n lncsSudosi in in icuIn ltno nnd brenclice, Chiffifrp, Jollot Ottiiwx, Ij)iH11o, P.vorl.i, tkiu.o, Mohr.o Hnrl Hoci Island. In liilncl; u ivonpo."T., Riii.-vxitluo, wipiaunton, j-iv.rr.f id, tiitiui.utv. .skuio's, west Mbort. lo-va City, iti Molnosi. Iniilnnohi. Wlnuwt. Atliuitic. linoxvllltt Auaubon, Hitrhin, Ovithrto l;iitre anil Counocl 131u1!h, In Iowa; (.(Ulatln Triintan, Canioroa nn -1 Khilsim C:ty. In MK-soiin; l-nven worth nnd Atchleon. In Kini.ii; Alrtort Iycy, Miniioaool'M end Ht. I-iiu!, in Mlr.oehota; Watertowa la Diikotu, und hundroddof uitvrtuodi:it.i titl.-e. towr.e, viliiiRes nnd wationa. THE CREAT ROCK Ou.irnntea Its patrons that e-r.eo of tlior.ju Tlily bilhntl roiwl-bod; Hmooth ntunttallv built cilvortd and lri'ltro; rolltmr tcn-'. tut nwir periftton tu hutn.in elclll cm make It; tlio eafety nppllancos of patent butfert. plntforrmj mid ntr-bnikos: nnd th.it extctin diecit.lino which Koverns tho ynuTioJI onoriitlon of .ill Its tr.itm Otttitr Fpootalties ct th'.H route are Trn:rswt nil connocUnx oolnts In Union Depots, aad tlie unvurptarbod comtorta biiX lasurto.s of Its Kunon r I-kitilpnierit. The Ftist Erproes Tr ims between CntCHio and the Mlpourt Hiver nre rflm rioaoii of woll ventllat.vt, finely uplioleu-n'Ol Imy C'oachee. fvlurnlttcent Pvllmar Palace KleoDors of thd lnut dtlim. aud euriKituous Iilninwr Ciu-H. In wkictk oluborstAjiy vxlto(l meals aro Inteurvlv Appetite, and llealtti on both. Betwwtn CtiIcjiko and mune&js tuy Atchitton, arei also run th-j Celobratcvi lioc-Jinisi Cliair Curs- THE FAMOUS ALBERT LEA ROUTE Is cie direct and favorite line betwoen wher connections nro mrxp In Union and irltlwh Ptoviucos Ovr this route, waUM-lni placo. numao-r rtwortn. plcturesuue localities, and bunting ana nub Imi g-rpundi of low:y and M-.nneotiw It ts also tbe mi-t Ueeirtibie route to the, rich wheat field and pastor"! Iambi of Interior Dakota. Htlll tinother DTREO T LINK, via, Seneca kj1 KaJiltaltee, has been opened" Ntwoon Newport Newti Richmond. Cincinnati. Indlajiapjlts, and Lafayette andi Council Bluffs. KanHas City, Ulnneunolts and t5tJiul and intermediate point. For detailed Information see Maps Snd Koldem, obtainable, as well aft Tickets, at nil prlnct .al Ticket 021cte la the United Suttee and Canada; or by addressing R. R. CABLE, E. ST. JOHN, PrttUent iM Ginartl lltaK ). Ctatrtl Ticket Hl FtsMtr Mal, OUtf,' mm fr Troyaliswi a VI V.' ft Absolutely Pure. 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