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GOOD-BYE, PROUD WORLD.
BY KM.JH WALDO EHEBSOK.
Good-bye, proud world! I'm going home
Thou art not my friend I am not thine
Too long through weary crowds I roam—
A river ark on the ocean brine
Too long I am tossed like the driven foam
But now, proud world, I am going home!
Good-bye to Flattery's fawning face,
To Grandeur with his wild grimace
To upstart Wealth's averted eye,
To supfile office, low and high:
To crowded halls, to court and street,
To frozen hearts and hasting feet
To tbose who go and those who come,
Good-bye, prond wofld, I'm going home.
I go to seak my own hearthstone,
Bosomed in yon green hills alone
A Feci et lodge in a pleasant land.
Whose groves the frolic fairies planned,
Where arches green the livelong day
Echo the blackbird's roundelay,
And evil men have never trod
A spot that is sacred to thought and God.
Ob, when I am safe in my sylvan home,
I mock at the pride of Greece and Rome.
And when I am stretched beneath the pines
Where the evening star BO holy shines,
1 laugh at the lore and pride of man,
At the sophist schools, and the learned clan
For what are (hey all in their high conceit.
When man in the bush with God may meet
—Written in 1832.
FIRESIDE CHIT-CHAT.
NOON
and 3 p. M. are the fashionable
hours lor day aeddiugs.
PINK
OF
PROPRIETY
SAN
AT
Mme, de Monthozon's bal blanc
at Paris early in the month, every young
girl wore powdered hair and a costume
of the period of Louis XV. Nothing
could be prettier than the contrast be­
tween the coiffures poudress and the
blooming, youthful faces of the wearers.
A CITY medico tells this story: A girl
from Elizabeth Bay came to him with
her mother to be vaccinated and was ter­
ribly nervous about the matter. Just as
the doctor was going to start work she
threw her arms around the old lady's
neck and sobbed: "One last kiss, mam­
ma, before the operation."
SCENE at an evening party: The
hostess: "Can I introduce you to any
of the young ladies, Mr. T.?" Mr. T.
Ah no. I think I am acquainted
with all I wish." Hostess—"Do you
know my daughter?" Mr T. (much
embarrassed)—" A-h, no should be de­
lighted."—lioston Transcript.
MICHAEL B. FURLONG, a lawyer of
Springfield, 111., and Mrs. Peynado, a
very wealthy widow of Louisville, met
for the first time at Hot Springs, Ark.,
and were in the same hotel a week. On
parting, they each promised to consider
the question of marrying, and. if of the
same mind at the end of nother week,
to go to the Southern Hotel, St. Louis,
to meet each other. Both were on hand
at the appointed time and place, and the
wedding was celebrated.
A STRANGE compound of bashfulness
and courage has been discovered in the
person of Concord, N. H., bachelor.
He does not hesitate to plunge headlong
into the sea of matrimony, but he iB
afraid to ask any of the girls to marry
him. Therefore he advertises for some
young woman of good reputation who is
willing to espouse him. and offers to set­
tle SI0,000 on her at the time of the
wedding, with reversion of all his prop­
erty should she svrvive him.
THE
Boston Globe tells of one of the
Hub's society who was struck with a
fancy to see how much truth there is in
the assertion that is sometimes made as
to the mustache being the national style
of whisker, has taken a census of mus­
taches, counting them as they were seen
in street cars, restaurants, places of
amusement, and on the street. The re­
sult was, that out of 1,065 gentlemen
thus numbered, 520 wore the mustache
aloue, 455 wore other styles of whis­
kers, and 90 wore none at all.
SUSIE GREEN might have had her pick
from among the young men of Lexing­
ton, Ky., for she was handsome and rich
but she preferred a gambler of the flash­
iest kind. He was known to her for a
month as a stock-broker, and at the end
of that brief courtship she married him.
They stopped at a Louisville hotel on
their bridal tour. He brought her a
lemonade in her room, and she found it
bitter. He had put an opiate in it.
When she was unconscious he stole her
purse and $2,500 worth of diamonds and
deserted her.
MANY dressmakers in New York lend
money on interest 1o customers. That's
where the skeletons come from. The
skeletons are secret books of the house.
On one page of them is entered the ac­
tual indebtedness of the customer for
dresses. On the opposite page are the
loans. Every month the books of the
business are made up from these skele­
tons, the money loaned being charged to
the dressmaking account. There is one
lady whose spring bill will be over
$5,000, and less than $2,000 is for
dresses.—Mercury.
A YOUNG, rich, and pretty widow in
London, with plenty of animal spirits
and in want of innocent amusement, hit
on the original plan cf inscribing her
name in the lxoks of a matrimonial
agency as a wealthy but blind candidate
for matrimony. The number of suitors
was legion, and the charming widow
amused herself to her heart's content,
Some came in shabby clothes, some
stretched themselves at full length on
the sofa and made themselves quite at
home, but spoke in tones of the deepest
affection. The charming widow was,
however, soon obliged to cut the joke
short, for one of her suitors, after annex­
ing pair of candlesticks, introduced a
bunch of long fingers into her pocket
and abstracted her purse.
"THEY
say a woman can't keep a
secret," remarked Mrs. Finsbury with a
toss of the head. "1 say it's a slander.
Mrs. Smith told me to-day that the
Fendersons had had an awful time,
John came home last night in a terrible
state, and Sarah declared she wouldn't
live with him another day but they are
all made up again, and this morning
they were both as good as pie. Mrs.
Smith thought 'twas best not to say
auythiug about it, seeing as they'd made
up. She told me about it more'n an
hour ago, and I haven't mentioned it to
a son!. I guess a woman can keep a
secret as well as a man." Every woman
in the room cried out most loyally: "Of
course she can." It was only the meu
folks who relaxed their features.
Name* of Fabrio*.
[From the Scientific American.]
Many kinds of dry goods possess old
English names which "fire used, more or
less corrupted, throughout the world.
The origin of these old names is given
by Sir George Bird wood as follows:
Damask is from the city of Damascus
satin from Zaytown, in China calico
from Calcutta and muslin from Mosul.
Buckram derived its name from fiochara
fustian oomes from Fostat, a city of the
middle ages from which the modern
Cairo is desoended. Taffeta andtabby
from a street in Bagdad. Cambric is
from Cagnbrai, (Huze has Its
I II I
There is a girl in
Plymouth County who lias had eighteen
different lovers, and not one of them evgr
got his arm nronnd her. She weighs 384
pouuds.—Boston Post.
FRANCISCO
has a bureau for ex­
changing bric-a-brac. When house­
wives get tired of the ornaments in their
parlors, they swap them off with other
housewives, and thus get a change
without increasiug the original invest­
ment.
A YOUNG woman in Ithaca, N. Y., an­
swered the advertisement of a firm of
marriage brokers, and soon after re­
ceived a demand for $26.50 for advertis­
ing, with the threat that if she did not
pay it, her letter would be printed. She
paid the money.
MICHIGAN society: At a wedding in
Bay City, a few nights ago, the young
male guests were eager to dance with
the bride, which favor she gladly granted
on condition that they ante up $1 each,
which they did and she stuck the lucre
down her dainty stocking leg."
from Gnza baize from Bajae dimity
from Damietta, and jeans from Jaeru
Drugget is derived from a city in Ire­
land, Droghedtk Duck, from which
Tucker Street in Bristol is named, comes
from Torque, in Normandy. Diaper is
not from D'Ypres, but from the Greek
diasproB, figured. Velvet is from the
Italian vellue, wolly (Latin, vellus—a
hide or pelt.) Shawl in the Sanscrit
eala, floor, for shawls were first used for
carpets and tapestry. Bandanna is from
an Indian word, meaning to bind or tie,
because tbey are tied in knots before
dyeing. Chintz comes from the Hindoo
word chett. Delaine is the French of
wool."
B. D. BUF0RD & CC.
Bock Island, HL
Manufacturers ot
SULKY UNO GANG PLOWS
Steal & Chilled Plows,
RDM ASH WAIM8
CULTIVATORS.
Listing Plows,
COMBINED
LISTER MO CORN DRILL,
Harrows, etc., etc.
Branch Houses.
ST. LOUIS,
no.
KANSAS
CITY, I*.
ST. PAUL, Minn. ST. JOSEPH, Mo.
COLUMBUS, O. MILWAUKEE, Wis.
OMAHA, Neb.
Write for our Diary, mailed fret.
$
BROWN'S IRON BITTERS are
a certain cure for all diseases
requiring a complete tonic espe­
cially Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Inter­
mittent Fevers, Want of Appetite,
Loss of Strength, Lack of Energy,
etc. Enriches the blood, strength­
ens the muscles, and gives new
life to the nerves. Acts like a
charm on the digestive organs,
removing all dyspeptic symptoms,
such as tasting the food, Belching,
Heat in the Stomach, Heartburn,
etc. The only Iron Preparation
that will not blacken the teeth or
give headache. Sold by all Drug­
gists at $l.OO a bottle.
BROWN CHEMICAL CO.
Baltimore, Md.
See that ALL Iron Bitters are made
by BROWN CHKMICAS
Qkand have
crossed red lines and trade mark on wrap
pes
BBWARE OF IMITATIONS.
Hand lea and
Pocket for
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mnd twin
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—S WMilitftt lmtr»e»t.Leave K. Y. City,
BudV or Christopher (St. Ferries, a. m. or in, m.
(fare, excursion onhr WL8S). LeaveWashington all or
6.39 p.m.
antrlng in R.Y.atMOorSp. m. same darffor
rmttM fromCfticw.KJchiMr*l,Phflfc, Boston, Ac.,
see
"DeaUj 'a Eiewrston Boute Circular,")fallowed to pay
OthCTOrawMtSfcitt,fiiOng. Pianoforte |1SS to S1M0.
BwalMM BMwlwjwiMni frw. Addreaa or call upoi
DA mil f. BEATTY, Washington, Inr Jersey
OKAY'S SPECIFIC MEDICINE.
TRADE MARK TRADE MARK.
An nnfailingcnre
forSeminalWeak
ness. Spermatorr­
hoea, Impotency,
and all Diseases
that follow as a
sequence of Self-
Abuse as Loss of
Memory, Univer-
v. sal Lassitude,
So 106 Main St., Bufa'.o, If T.
For sale in Austin by DOBM & WOLD, DruggUL
QBEAT BARtrAINS TO KUSIC DEALERS.
WIS. LYDUE. N1UUL OP LM, UU.
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'8
lrEftCTABT.T!
Trill
COMPOUND.
IB a Positive Cnre
"or nil tlioae l*alnnal Complaint# and Wealm*****
so common toourbe»t female papulation.
It
cure entirely tbe worst form of Female Com­
plaints, (ill ovarian troubles, Inflammation and Ulcera
lion, Falling and Displacements, and the consequent
Splnnl Weakness, and is particularly adapted to the
Change ot IJfe.
It will dissolve and eipel tumors from the uterus in
an early stage of development. Tbe tendency to can­
cerous humorathereis checked veryspeedily by Its use.
It removes faintness, flatulency, destroys all craving
for stimulants, and relieves weakness of the stomach.
It cures Bloating, Headaches, Nervous Prostration,
General Debility, Sleeplessness, Depression and Indi­
gestion.
That feeling of hearing down, causing pain, weight
and backache, Is always permanently cured by its use.
It will at all times and under all circumstances act In
harmony with the laws that govern the female system.
For tbe cure of Kidney Complaints of either sex this
Compound Is unsurpassed.
LTDIA E. l'lNKIIASfS VEGETABLE COM*
POUND is prepared at 233 and »5 Western Avenue,
Lynn, Mass. Prico $1- Six bottles
for |6. Bent by mail
in tbe form of pills, also In the (orm of lozenges, on
receipt of price, ft per box for either. Mrs. Plnkham
freely answers all letters of Inquiry. Send (or pamph­
let. Address as above. Mention thit taper.
No family should be without LYDIA K. FHiKHAU'S
LITER PIUS. They cure constipation, blllonenss^
and torpidity of the liver. eents per bos:
tgr Sold by all DniiiMs.
pEATTlrs
Golden t^n^?5e^~87a7"sT«i»8rWa"mitorEboni^l
Case, 5
Octaves,Metal Foot Flates.Upriirht Bellows. Steel
8prings, Lamp Stands, Pocket for music. Handles and
.Patent Stop Action, a
NEWT AND NOVEL KEEIBOARl (pntentcd.)
willeiva as much music as 14 COMMON OltGANS.
no other maker dare build this organ (it is patented.)
KNOKJfOITS SUCCESS. Sales over 1000 a month.
Factory workiDjr DAY and
by 320 Edison's Electric lights at JilCHT to fill orders.
[TSf^Pr'ec, Boxed, Pellrered on board
AAA
Cars here,
Stool, Book, ic., only VvV
If niter one year's me yon are not satisfied return
Orgun, will promptly refkind money with Interest
GOVS AND miOHS TSS WST8TO2OT
in person, Fire Dollars (t5) allowed to pay expenses if
you buy come anyway, you are welcome. Tree Conch
with poll'e atteadaau meets all trains. Other
Orpins #30, $10, $50np. Pianofortes 1125 to $1600.
iStT Beautiful Illustrated Catalogue free.
Please Address or call upon
DANIEL P. BEATTT, Washington, Htv jersey.
BEEN CASTLE
RAIN DRILL
Has a continuous FORCE FEED
of rubber, cannot bunch tho
srain, sows grain evenly, has
rubber springs, and will dec*'
all ordinary obstacles. It is bin.
with Detachable Grass Seeder,
front or rearf
ERTILIZER
ATTACHMENT,
Which sows all kinds of phos­
phates, or fertilizers in generr.1
use, in same furrow with tho
wheat. A Patent Cut-off pre­
vents waste of Fertilizers equcl
to 20 per cent, of cost of Drill
each year.
Circulars sent free upon appli­
cation.
J. B. CROWELL & CO.
CREENCASTLE, PENN'A.
CENTENNIAL
A N N I N
I
It separates Oats, Cockle, and all fonl stuff
from wheat. Is also a perfect olaanar of Flax,
Timothy, Clover, and all kinds of seeds. Tbe
groat Improvement over other mUls Is that it
has two shoes. It Is sspeclally adapted for
warehouse n»e. Bend tor Descriptive Circular
and Price List. Liberal disc, to dealers,
address
8.
FREEMAN A SONS,
RACINE,
Afto Taking.
Ion, Premature Old Age, and many other Diseases
that lead to Insanity or Consumption and a Prema
ture Grave.
•VFall particulars in our pamphlet, which we
desire to send tree by mail to every one. flVThe
Specific Medicine is sold by all druggists at |1
by all druggists at fi per
Sy
ackaee, or six packages for IV or w'll be sent free
mail on receipt of the money by addressing
TKK OKAY MKUICIlfK CO
Sampl^Ctold
Violin and Goi­
ter atrings,
15 etc
each. Silver
strings, 10 Cents
escb. Will last
'or years. Vio­
ls from 75 Cts
•85 each.
Agents wanted.
EULBEBT BBOS.,
ud WksMbMinh
MS (Hive 81*
erehandite.
STTXAOALSF KFE
PENSIONS
I for 8ouius, widows, pa
rents, childreh. Pensions
rfor
wounds, accidental in­
juries, hernia or rupture, loss of sight or bearing,
disease,of longs, heart, eyes, rheumatism, varicose
veins,piles,faluuK back ot measles, chronic diarrhoea
or «sy Thousands yet entitled. Pensioners
*o« entitled to an IKCMASE. BOGXTY yetdue thon
sands. 'Soldiers and heirs of and Hexican wars
entitied to PENSION and LAND1813
WABBAXTS- I have un-
eaoelled facilities for securing PATSKT8. 01destciaim
ey In the V. S. fetui two stamps tor late laws,
.-Its and instructious.W.T.
FITZGBBALD, Pension
patent Att'y, Lock-bo* 488, Washington, D. C.
Wisconsin.
PAYNE'S FABK ENGINES.
Vertioal St Spark-Arresting Engines from 2 to -12
norse-power, mounted or unmounted. Best and
Cheapest Engines made: j|lSO upwards. Send
fov
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B. W. PAYNE & SONS.
Box 840, Corning. N.
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I Boring, Drilling,Orindinf, Polishing,
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Send 8 cents for 100 pages.
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rCnOIUnO widows, father*, mothers or
children. Thouiands yet entitled. Pensions given
for loss of Snger.toe.ejre or raptnre.varieose veini
.ur mylMaease. Thoniands of pemionera aad
soldiers entitled to ENCKEABE aad BOUNTY.
PATENTS pro
eared for Inventors. Soldiers
land
and
atami
and Bounty laws, blanks and iastraettoas. We
raiiTefer to thousand! of Pensioner! aad Clients.
A WRC^S
Will send 4ft
page Catalogue
of mnsioalmdsa
on receipt of the
first cash order.
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JlVI7 EtiQ
In
CHERRY
PECTOR
diseases of the pul-
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ELASTIC TRUSS
toil H|
Kllin
itiona of iht body, whila tha
tfai CTppraaaaa Ink tha
latiatlaaaJaataanfaraonwiuM
wllb tka yinpr. With light
piaauic tha Harnials
held Meanly
lay and night, and a radical cur*
ccrtaln. Itia eaay, dnrabta
ac4 chaap. San by mail. Circnlws fria.
EGGLESTON TBUBS CO^
Chicago.
111.
CURE
Sick ITeadache and relievo all the troubles inci*
dent to a bilious etata of the system, euch as Diz­
ziness, Nausea, Drowsiness, Distress after eating,
P:ti:i in tho Side, Ac. While their most remark­
able 6UCCCS3 has beeu shown in caring
SICK
Headache, yet Carter'sLittle Liver
Pills are equally
valuable in Constipation, curing and preventing
they nfs
this annoying complaint, while
all disorders of the eton
and regulate the bowels.
Spavin Cnre, and having a valuable and speedy horse which had' been lame from Ppavin for eighteen
months, I sent to you for a bottle by express, which in six weeks removed all lameness and enlargement
large splint from another horse and both horses are to-day as Bound
Kendall's Spavin Cure.
Ill DTHfAV FT PCD It hag been ascertained by repeated trials to be
IH nUJMJl lllliolls
t,,e
Kendall's Spavin Cure.
Bead below of its wonderful effects as a liniment for the human family:
ovei
until near a week, and 10 and behold one-half of the size was gone, WITH joy I could hardly believe I', I
inmediately appli'
and have
gs
Circulsr,
with such unqualified SUCCESS to our knowledge, for beast as well as man.
Price 1 per bottle, or six bottlis for |5. ALL DROfcrUiVI'IS BATC
hey also correct
all disorders of the stomach, stimulate tho livci'
Even itdhey only cured
HEAD
Aclio they would be almost priceless to those who
suffer from this distressing complaint but fortu­
nately their goodness does not end here, and tlioso
who onco try them will find these itttle pills valu­
able in BO many ways that they will not De willing
to do without thein. But after all sick head
ACHE
Is the bane of so many lives that here is where we
make onr great boast. Oar piUs care,it while
others do not.
Carter's Little Liver Pills are very small and
very easy to take. One or two pills make a dose.
They are strictly vegetable and do not gripe or
purge, but by their gentla action please all who
use them. In vials at SB cents five for SI. Sold
by druggists everywhere, or sent by mail.
CARTER MEDICINE CO.,
Hew York City.
J. MONROE TAYLOR
ESTABLISHED 1844.
113 WATER ST., NEWVOBK.
Thousands, disgusted with the many
poor articles offered in market, are now
happy in using J. MONROE TATLOR'S Gold
Medal preparations. They are guaranteed
strictly pure and superior to any other in
market. Ask your grocer for-them, and do
not be put off with any others until you
have given them a trial.
KENDALL'S SPAVIN CURE!
("KENDALL'S
Kendall's Spavin Cure!
It does not blister, but it ia certain in its effects, and is sure to remove the elnargement as well
as the lameness, if persevered with.
Kendall's Spavin Cure!
It haa cured thonsands and thoutan|S of cases and is destined to cure millions and
millions more,
Kendall's Spavin Cure.
cure know and to show what this remedy will do we give here a sample of
ca-es
cured by it, a statement which was
FROM A PROMINENT PHYSICIAN.
FOR MAN IT IS NOW
KNOWN TO BE ONE
OP THE BEST IP NOT
THE BEST LINIMENT
EVER DISCOVERED.
WASHINOTONVILLE, Ohio, June 17th. 1880
Gents:—Reading your advertisement in Turf, Field and Farm, of Kendall*! I
aa
worth to mo one hundred dollars. Respectfully yours, H. A. BKBTOLETT, M. D.
joyed in view of the
three wetks sg a slow but constant enlargement has been
troubls, almost en irely
prevtntii
leceivingthe
colts. The one bottle waa
VERV BEST liniment ever used for any
deep seated pain of long (standing* or short duration. Also for CORNS. BUN­
IONS, FROST-BIIES OR
AKY
BRUISE, CC OK L4MENESS. Some are afraid
to use it on HUMAN FLESH elmply because it Is a horse medicine, but you should
renumber that what Is good for beast is good for man, and we know from ex­
perience that "KENDALL'S SPAVIN CURE" can be used on a child 1 year old
with perfect rslety. Its effects are wonderful on human flesh and it does not
blister or make a sore. Try it and be convinced that no liniment equals it on
human flesh.
HEMATITE, Missouri, Augnst 2F)th, 1880.
nsnlt
dall's Spa
via Oure that I feel that ought for humanity's sake PUBLISH it to the world. About tbirty-flv?
years ago wuile ridn a ycung
ug'Y horte
I was iujured in one of
of an application of your Ken­
my te
stie'rs, and from that time to I
ih«
result, giving me a great amount
me from horseback rid'ng which was my usual way of traveling. I
saw a notice of your Kendall's Spavin Cure, never once thought of it for anything except for hoise, but
after
medicine and reading CVR wbat it was good tor, feeling terribly exercised about my
difficulty for I had consulted many physicians and nore gave me any specific but when it could be en­
dured no long«r to remove it with the bnif*. I applied your Kendall's Upavin Cure as an experiment,
and it was S3 painful in its application that I concluded not to repeat it, and though*: no more ab U"
made in all about a half a dozen applications, running over A
two weeks, and tbe terrible enlargement is almost emir. IT gone, in vie of wnich I cannot ex-1
press
my fetlit
ot light. It has been A Ood-send to me. May he send It to thers with like troubles.
JOHN RICE, Pastor of Hemati Cov grr
p. —You are at liberty to put th:s in any shape you may please. I am not ashamed io have my name
under, over or by the Bide of it.
Kendall's Spavin Cure.
Kendall's Spavin Cure is sure in its effect, mild in ita action, aa it does cot blister, yet it ia penetra'
and iwerful to reach ai deep-seated pain or to remove any bony growth or any other enlargement if
used for several days, such as spavins, splints, callous sprains, swelling*, any lameness and
enlargemei ts
of the j'it or limbs, or
rheumatiim iu
man and lor any purpose for whi 'h a lioiment is used for man
or beast. It is now known to be the best liniment for man ever used, acting mild aud yet certain in its
effects. It is
used full A'rength with perfect safety at all seasons of the year.
which we think ives positive proof of its vir:ues. NO remedy
or it will be sent to any address on receipt of price, by the proprietors,
DB. B. J. KENDALL & CO., Enosburgh Falls, Termont.
it or
SOLD BY A.LL DRUGGISTS.
Use Lawrence Martin's
For COUCH8, COLDS.
SQRS THROAT, BBOWOHITI^ ^TMMA. PIISU-
MONIA, CONSUMPTION, Diseases of THROAT, CHEST' AHDIUiNOB.
system after the cough has been relieved. Quart size bottles,, Price $1.00.
CAUTION!
CAN GET
it for
il Has always been one of tbejmort Imwrtaivt
IIII
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DeSlen Ersrywasw,
MO- WITHOUT 8PBCIAL TAX OR UflWM.
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ILLINOIS, WISCONSIN, IOWA, MINNESOTA and DAKOTA,
OVER THE ROADS OP THE
CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE & St. PAUL R'Y CO,,
Without dmibW on your traclts. This magnificent system reaches almost every important
"d SUmSKoBT In the GREAT NORTHWEST. It includes the on^r trough
unbroken lines owned by any one Company, Between Chicago, Milwaukee, St.
Paul Minneapolis,
and
forms
with
hs
MISSISSIPPI VALLEY ROUTE,
Between St. Irfrala and Northern Minneapolis. It also includes Through Routes between
ALU the Terminal Points shown upon this Map, With ample passenger tram service upon each-
Asukttav
°unc\\ dttum
Aurora uflinQ
0" Bsmealep, this Company O^ITS all Boads sfhowa a"bove Sa heavy lines.
Reference to the Official Railway Guides or the Time Tables published by the Company, will show that the
C., M. & St. P. can take you in its Splendid Passenger Trains, at Express Speed, over its own Superb Tracks,
FROM almost anywhere TO almost anywhers in the Five Great States named above.
ITS ROAD-BED. SUPERSTRUCTURE and EQUIPMENTS COMBINE ALU MODERN
IMROVEMENTS, AND ARE PERFECT IN EVERY PARTICULAR
It runs its own MAGNIFICENT SLEEPERS upon all Through Trains, and its own PAKWIl
CARS—the finest in the world.
Its RAILROAD HOTELS and DINING HALLS are noted for their superior excellence.
While it connects the prominent Business Centres of the Northwest, it has also upon its lines more Healtb
and Pleasure Keaorta and greater Scanic Attractions than any other systemofroads upon the continent
Its Magnificent New Union Depot, on Madison, Canal and Adams Streets, Chicago, is the most elegai/
(tnd commodius Passenger Station in the United States. ___ ,„TS/1
It is conceded by the Traveling Public, to be in all things, THE LEADING LINE.
MERRILL, W. C. VAN HORNE, A. V. H, CARP ENTER, J.H.PAGE.
Gea'l Manager. Gcn'l Superintendent. GenlPassandTicke»Agt. Ass Gen 1 Pass.
Agt
CHICAGO & NORTH-WESTERN R'Y
Is by a'.Lodds the beat road for you to take when traveling in either direction between
Heap and all the Principal Points in the Test, and Northwest.
Carefully examine this Map. The principal Cities in tho West and Northwest are Stations on this road,
tts through trains make close connections with the trains of all railroads at junction points.
rainera
H.St.
OBdlJKMI
JUgona
TAKKTO!
.Sioux c,,-.
Cretgton ''Jr
"action
22J2"£o/
n.Mcw A Cu.,cM-_LA»®__
1
nneapolis
Its main
line runs from Chicago to Council
Bluffs, passing through Joliet, Ottawa. LA Salle,
Geneseo, Moline. Rock
Island.
Liberty, IowaClty,
COUNCIL BLUFFS, LEAVENWORTH
SON
yOU,
Through car# are also run between
What will please you
of enjoying your
beau
Manufacturers of
MITC"
MILES
TOWN, dXK
connections the pictwesque
n*aac«i56
COBOT
IOUXCIT
J'ortDodg Delawtr?
jloatictno
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inv
IMXJW MAT3
Proves beyond any reasonable question that the
Ante
_Aslilaiia
I
WITH THE OEOCRAPHV OF THI8 COUNTRV»
BY EXAMINING THIS MAP. THAT THE
»\u»«tonai
'vrtltngton
uo&e
mven^rt. WMt
tic. and Avoca: with branches from Bureau
Junction to
Peoria
tine
ttional
Centreville, Princeton.Trenton.GaIlatln,Came­
ron, Leavenworth. Atehlson, and Kansas City
tonsport. Independent, illaon.Ottu.
villa Oskaloosa, Fella,
Mt. Zton to Keosauqun Newton
RRIAWOID and Audubon and Avoca to Harlan
SSSaia
frT^roug^l
Milwau-
&ND Kansas City, via the -MUwaukee and
•W'SSMfBffft-i-j. »ass«ss!a
eoutnped. Its road bed is
simply perfect, and its
track is laid with steel rails. ..
most will be the pleasure
meals, while DMsing over the
tl fin
prairies of Illinois and Iowa,in one of
our magnificent Dining Cars thai accompany all
Through Express Trains. Ton get an entire
meal, as
good as
Is served in
any first-class hotel,
for seventy-fivecents.
(1
Appreciating the fact that a majority of the
neople prefer separate apartments for different
nurposes (and the Immense passenger business
of this line warranting it), we
are pleased toan
nounce that this Company
runs Pullman Palace
JS
FLORENCE
"n-
ChanSterX Qninneato
Worcester Spaldi
Clayton
I S dfOlNJ3 I N
ST.o
TCAPO
rWAterto*
dmair^DisM
alena
WEST!
IMPERIAL PALACE DINING CARS.
It is tho only road that runs Pullman Sleeping Cars North or Northwest of Chicago. It has over 3,000
MIL.ES OF ROAD* It forms, amongst others, the FOL! owing trunk lines.
««Council Bluffs, Colorado & California line." "Winona, Minnesota
Northeastern Nebraska IAne." Chicago, St, Paul &
E&LN, RMMORDFRRE^POTT & Dubuque Line," ^WASIEE, GRCEN BAY SUPENOR Line."
Jim River Valley, Pierre & Deadwood Line." WaukeBha, Madison & Northern
Tickets over this road are sold by all Coupon Ticket Agents in the United Statesi and
Remember to ask for Tickets via this road, be sure they read over
RAILWAY
NORTH-WESTERN
THE CHICAGO AND NORTH-WESTERN RAILWAY,
Over all of ita principal lines, runs each way daily from two to four or more Fast Express Trains,
tho only road West, North or Northwest of Chicago that uses the
It
teveng 3*01*1
THE MITCHELL STANDARD PLATFORM SPRING WAGON.
Also Three-Si
The
•traction and
partment is entirely separate from the Farm Wi
work we have facilities unsurpassed.. Send for
if
TVnnueapolis
Line.
Canvas.
it,
J. 0. LAYNG.Genl Superintendent, Chicago. W. H. STENWETT, Gcn'l Pass. Agent, Chicago.
and take none
iK MAM
OTHE^-
V,
Wenasha
a
CHICAGO, ROCK ISLAND & PACIFIC B'T
fx%ifi»'JTolon9
Oonn^lngLli^bettwe«crt»^EMt^and^©W«wPalaceWest!andthoses,and
gALOON
xpressPaMengM'^*?n^wlth^ll-
reat feature
Marengo.Brooklyn.Grlnnell,
Des Moines (thecapital
of
Iowa), Stuart, Atlan­
Wilton Junction toMuscar
Wasblnicton.
Fairfield
Cldon, Belknap,
only. One other
you
£»ES
F2FEE£%EKSKTA.'SMDKI»ECais'your^TRSenjoyraiacccanour01where
at all hours of the day.
Magnificent Iron Bridges
and Missouri rivers at a"
line, and transfers are avoic
Kansas City, Leavenworth and Atchison, con
nectlons being made in Union Depots.
The principal K. B. connections of
this rreat Through Line are as follow*:
At
CHICAGO,
to
Moines to Indlanola and
WintersetMonroe.Des
with all diverging lines for the
*AT'ENOLBWOODJ with the L.S. &M.S., andP..
'IRVMBNEROS
HXIOHTS,
with P.,
c.
*st
^JX LA SALLU. with 111. Cent. R.
At PXORIA, with P. P. A Jj! P.D. A E. I. B. A
W.s 111. Mid.: and P. A W. Rds.
At Hoc*ISLAKD.T.
with
Milwaukee and KOCT.
Island Short Line J^K JSI'DJFC^^^BDS.
At DAVEWPOKT,,"andthe
with Davenport Division
with the B. C. R. A N.B.B.
AtGRIHUKLL, with Central Uw»R. R.
At CoLUMBCfl
AtOTTUMWA. with Central Iowa K. R., W..
St. L. A Pac., and C.. B. and Q. R. Kds.
At KK/KUK, with Tol., Peo. A War.
Louis A Pac., and St.U.Keo, A N. W. R. Rds.
il£J?SSSS8!l^ 4ps2-ss»»«!
^K^/S CITY, with all lines for the West
and Southwest.
MCA
LR3W§ & ^'O., Racine, WM,,
MOINE8*
E I O O O S
in its con*
Buggy De
this class ol
ion shops. "And for the manufeeture
!atalogu= and Illustrated Price. List.
LBW19 4B CO., Racine,
LUTCHELL
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