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The Canon City Record!
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SUBSCRIPTION PRICE $2.00 PER YEAR.
[Entered at the Post OtBce at Canon City
aa second-class mail matter.l
FOURTH OF JULY FIREWORKS.
Major’s Proclamation.
Permission is hereby given for the
setting off of fireworks within the
limits of Canon City from midnight
between July 4th (Sunday), July 5th
(Monday), until midnight between July
5th and tfth, during which time (24
hours)the operation of the ordinance
against such firing is suspended.
Because of the absence of the Fire
Department at Cripple Creek the dan
ger from fire will be much increased,
therefore, all citizens and residents are
urged to see that all possible precau
tions be taken against fires and to see
that the said ordinance be strictly
obeyed save during said suspension.
The marshals and police are hereby
enjoined to arrest and have dealt with
according to law all persons and every
person infringing upon this order, or
said ordinance except as is aforesaid.
Dated: June 28th, 1897.
James J. Conk, Mayor.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Milsom Sundayed
in Florence.
J. S. McCurjy, a prosperous ranch
man of Beaver Creek, had business in
Cafion Tuesday.
Misses tan shoes, 95c. at Galley's.
W. E. and Hal Galley enjoyed (?) a
wheel ride to the top of the Grand
< aflon Sunday.
Miss’Etta Truelove, who has been
visiting in Cafion several days, re
turned to her home yesterday.
Celebration of States at Pueblo July
5th. Special train leaves at 7:30 a. m.
One fare. Parade at 9. a. m. D. & K.
G. __
Ladies Prince oxfords, 95c. at
Galley’s. *
The offices of the Mining and Scien
tific Press have been removed from
220 to 330- Market street, San Francisco,
Cal., the finest business location in that
city.
Special train to Pueblo Monday,
July 5th, over the D. &ii. G. Leaves
depot at 7:30 a. m. and arrives in Pueblo
at 8:30. The great parade of states
starts at 9 a. m. One fare.
Fruit Jars at Handy A McGee’s.
Fine Creamery butter, 20' and 25
cents per pound.
G. It. Tanner & Son.
Tjlft ftrflif lQlt ' ,a imntiam .sunn ifcd.
Christian church to Miss Truelove, of
Florence.
Cadies tan oxfords, 95c. at Galley’s.
The brick walls of the new Arthur
bh-ck are being rapidly put up. The
front will be of white fire brick, which
Will make the building very noticeable
•ii'l attractive.
Mrs. Samuel Frazee died in South
BCafion on Monday evening. The funer
eal services were held at the family
residence Tuesday afternoon, Itev.
Chase officiating.
•■<»►
Fruit Jars at Handy & McGee’s
for stationary and tablets examine
the line at Whipple’s.
Hammocks, fishing tackle and cro
quet at Whipple’s.
Together with the twenty or more
who have gone on the California ex
cursion, and the large number who will
take advantage .of the Fourth of Jul\
excursion rates, Canon will be pretty
well deserted Sunday and Monday.
Tuesday evening Miss Leta Minga\
entertained a number of young friends
at her home on Creenwood avenue.
Much of the evening was spent with
music. One interesting feature wa> j
the writing of an original poem. Mr
I'oomey received a prize for writing
the best poem.
Do You Make Hay?
If sn, use. Eldorado Castor the tines'
lubricating oil for mowing machines
cheapest and best.
Hunter Pai.mkk.
Monday a party of Canon people
visited tiie top of the Greenhorn range
and picnicked at Pine Dale. This
place, while not frequently visited, is
one of tiie most charming picnic
grounds accessabie to Canon people
'l'lie party was composed of Mr. and
Mrs. T. M. Harding. Misses Lain:
Freese, (Jretchen Ilarding and Ilay-
Holds; Ilev. and Mrs McMillan, Jtev.
Fisher and Prof. Pavne; Misses Ifocka
fellow, Upson and McFarlane and H.
11. .Slater.
Tiie closing exercises of Mount St.
Scholastic Academy occurred last
Thursday afternoon. Invitations hail
been sent out to a limited number of
friends -the number was limited onlv
by the seating capacity of the hall. A
very entertaining program was given i
by the students which showed thorough 1
work and superior training. The sing <
Ing, music and literary part of the pro
gram was above the ordinary. Prem i
lurns and rewards were given out and <
the closing remarks made by Father
Henry. |
FULL LIRE OF GARDEN SEEDS, BULK OR PACKAGE, AT K BROTHERS.
Anyone needing good bedroom
suits or any part off bedroom furni
ture or bedding, call at Central hotel.
I will sell them cheap.
“Uncle” Tom Pennington.
New and nobby straw hats.
liETllliLS.
The Goldfield Times says: “Miss
Ida Vance, of Canon City, is visiting
her brother, Alderman Vance, at In
dependence this week.'’
See Galley’s hoc. counter for bargains.
The regular meeting of the Ladies
Library Association will be held in the
library room Tuesday afternoon, July
t>th, at 4 o’clock.
Jennie S. Peabody, Sec.
Charles F. Painter, proprietor of the
Telluride Journal, with his daughter
Miss Stella paid CaQon a visit last
Thursday and Friday. Although Mr.
Painter has long been a resident of
Colorado he never before stopped off
at Cafion. Our beautiful little city was
quite a revelation to him and he was
very complimentary in his praise of
the place as a residence town.
The new postmaster of Colorado
Springs, Mr. L. C. Dana, spent Satur
day and Sunday, at the Hot Springs
Hotel trying the hot water massage
baths for rheumatism. Before he was
appointed postmaster Mr. Dana had
for more than twenty-two years been
an officer in the Springs and lie is full
of entertaining reminiscences of the
early days when horse thieves and law
breakers were more common than now.
Keep the sewers of the body free
from obstructions if you would be
healthy, vigorous and cheerful. Prickly
Ash Bitters not only relieves constipa
tion but cures it by toning and
strengthening up the bowels, regulat
ing the liver, stomach and digestion
and stimulating the kidneys. The
Medical Profession concede it to be a
system tonic of. superior merit. Sold
by Hunter Palmer.
Our first car apple crates aud plum
crates are now in, and can supply most
any quantity.
Smith’s Cash Grocery.
Late magazines, new books, late
papers at Whipples.
Wanted:—Bids for moving our
buildings and stock from present loca
, tion to corner Main and Twelvtli sts.
Buildings and fence to be in place
before moving stock. Address,
L. E. Kowe, Secy.,
W Florence, Colo.
Notice!
During ray absence from the city for
a part of the summer Mr. Lou Wood
will have charge of my business. He
has been my assistant for two years
and is thorougffly competent to dis
charge all duties an undertaker.
S. s. Nichols.
. I 'lJkirV 6rVfiSh:^u
will soon find their occupation Vone by
act of congress. The people havVln-en
swindled to a surprising extent byVake
so-called patent attorneys. If Y JU
have a patentable idea apply to\a
known reliable attorney.— Halida Max
If they are fakes, and we think thet
are, why do so many- responsible papers!
publish their ads for almost nothingy
Fruit Jars at Handy & McGee’s.
Foil sale:—A growl Family |,o rße
with good buggy and harness. Outfit
complete at a reasonable price.
S. T. 11 iooins.
Canon City's Hose Team.
t’allon City’s running hose team will
leave to-morrow for Cripple Creek to
attend the Firemen's Tournament at
that place July 3rd. The boys will go
from here to Florence on the D. & R
U. and thence to their destination by
the Florence and Cripple Creek railway
Onr team entertain hopes of winning
several lirst prizes, and using ~a st
records as a criterion, we believe their
hopes are well grounded. The best
wishes of Canon people go with the
runners, and in their victory we re
juice. Tile following compose the
team: I). L. Gregory, Captain: Way < .
"est. Will West, Vi Vest, IS. X. Daw
son, c McKissick, Mont Hunter, Wm
■Simms, Frank Bryant, Clifford Hall.
Klmer Jones and E. C Higgins: W. A
v'hevk, exit a.
Gone Home.
Last Monday evening as the sun of a
glorious Colorado June day wassinkinj
below the western horizon, as all nature
was preparing for a night or rest, ex
cept only the evening zephyr which
toyed with the green foliage and sang
of the happy hours that had gone before,
the soul of the seventeen month's old
child of W. .1. Elliott took flight and
winged itself to the echoless shores ol
eternity. \\ hen old age creeps on apace
and death overtakes us as we have far
dec-ended the scale ot man’s allotted
time, we lament not as when cruel and
rentless death rides forth in our midst
and plucks the choicest budding tlower
from our household garden. What
unbounded hopes the fond and loving
mother harbored for her young, what
proportions Clyde Elliott may have
assumed in future years as a benefactor
we know not, but one thing we do
know, the fireat I'rompter has touched
the bell 'ere yet he had commenced his
lines and rung down the curtain on the
drama of a life just unfolding on earth.
Funeral services were held at the
residence of L. IX Elliott in South
• ’anon, Tuesday, Hev. Chase, officiating i
Fruit Jars at Handy & McGee’s. 1
pom
POWDER
Absolutely Pure.
Celebrated for its great leavening
strength and healthfulness. Assures
the food against alum and all forms
of adulteration common to the cheap
brands. ROYAL BAKING POWDER
CO.. NEW YORK.
Literary Note.
With the exception of the noted
World’s Fair number of The Cosmo
politan, which reached a price of five
uollars per copy after the last edition
had been exhausted, no stronger num
ber of this magazine has ever been is
sued than that for July, 1N97. The re
port of J ulian Hawthorne, the Special
Commissioner sent by The Cosmopoli
tan to India to investigate the horrors
of the plague and famine, is of an ex
traordinary character, and will open
the eyes of the world to conditions
which were scarcely suspected. The
same number contains what is proba
bly the greatest poem of this quarter
of the nineteenth century. This new’
rendering of Omar Khayyam’s Rubai
yat, which departs entirely from Fritz
gerald’s, occupies four pages. Auielie
Rivers reappears as a story-teller for
the first time since her marriage with
Prince Troubetzkoy. One of tbe clever
est stories yet from the pen of Robert
W. Chambers is given. The remark
able story of the War of the Martians,
by Wells, which is attracting the at
tention both of the scientific and non
scientific good story-loving public, is
continued, and there is a fourth story
by a’Becket, elaborately illustrated by
the humor of Peter Newell. The edu
cational discussion —this time by Prof.
Peck, of Columbia —the story of “The
Every-Day Life of a .Sister of Charity,”
elaborately illustrated; “The Genesis of
a Comic Opera,” given by Reginald de
Koven; President Gilman, of the Johns
Hopkins University, on “The Bank
ruptcy of Science,” and an interesting
story by the Greek who conceived and
brought into existence “The Streets of
Cairo at the World’s Fair”—these are
some of the contents of this ten-cent
magazine.
Pure Cold Mountain Spring water
Parties desiring can have a gallon jug
left at their door for 10 cents each
morning. Leave orders on the Hot
Store.
Letter List.
Advertised letters for the week end
ing June 27th, 1897:
Beale, Geo. 8.
Elroy, Frederic J.
Gipson, J. W.
Hyie, Marcus
Mack, Frank
Miller, T. H.
Wilson, Frank
\ ■■ B. F. SHAFFER, F. M.
NOTICK OF ELECTION.
~I n P° r *“ anc © of a resolution adopted by
the City Coanctl of the city of Canon City
Fremont county. Colorado, at an adjourned
r®£ ul ® r meeting of said Council, held on the
26th day of June, A. D., IMT7. at the regular
meetinjf place of said Council, notice in
hereby trlven of a special election for the
purpose °f creating a bonded indebtedness
an< * tho district hereafter described,
wherewith to make a public Improvement,
consisting of the establishing and improving
i?Kl>ark*K I>ark * to bo ,ot ‘Hted west of and
adjoining? the present travelled road or
?Vi e i et runnin *f from Main street to the upper
the Arkansas river and south of
“om « J id F,”rft «r.'". "' r " e ' »•«
fon i ows dU R«^i t „I'! locat ‘‘ d and bounded as
boundrv ,?r ?h? 1 o* at , a J H,lnt on the south
oounury of the city of Canon City Id the
center of the Arkansas river where th»*
center of Eighth street, if projected south
ward, would intersect said south ■
thence northward on center of Kiirbth street
mwmmm
Booth Jest B , oulh boundary of said citv to the
*P“*hwest corner of said Section 3*2 thence
thence north to the center of the Arkansas
river; thence eastward alon* the center of
Mtr tl T «T' being: the south boundary of aald
city to the point of bcKinnlntf.
Haiti election to be hold at the City Hose
House on Macon avenue on the of
88SA- $ 'i" 9 ' >'usi-nli.* at the ho.to’ Vo
v.itero residing In ».iM district who bfve
paid a reair.v tax within one year of the dav
©I f ®Slon elOCtl ° n are qua,l<tad lo vote at .aid
„ Fa i7 bor not * ce •» hereby given that T M
Hard In ic, A. H. Da Vi a and T. 8. Wells were
appointed Judges of said election.
r» ED. MINOR. City Clerk
r,B Colorado, June 29 1897
FI rat Published July l, 1897—July 22, 1897.
HUM WANTED.
Office of W. H. Rnrraice, Burr a ice block
BM« n wSmirt , fn olor “H 0 ’ June I6th. !8»7.
Bids wanted for irradiate live (fi) miles of The 1
Canon City & Cripple Creek Gold Belt B»dD j
Sealed prop.,Main for grading the whole or 1
any part of the five mile aection :
r«S. b ct SfSSinVuS ,he rt « ht «<> ,
W. H. HURRAOE.Chief Bnjrtnnnr. I
°- o- •a.O. O. 6. R. R. Oo j
IfOWH THIHT {
We offer One Hundred Dollars reward for i
ssiss&srsss “«• wsas j
,w. p -- 3 :
Cheney for the last fifteen years, and believe
him itert.otljr honorable In nil bosLbau *
transaction,. and fln.nol.il. .bin to■
* M,t wJl l 2e t ‘ M l 2S?* bT their firm. * f
ti,Mo?ohU Wbo ” mt,m Dn *** l *' ;
Kl ° nan * Marvin. Whole- *
Toledo. Ohio.
" £* t y r ° Ours is tsken internally
p # c f!. ,r npon the blood and muoons *
aurfaces of tbe system. I‘rlos 78 oents Dtp
{whie Sold by all dmirfflati. Tutlwnsoi,
tr~. Hair, fain, ntffSitiJSSi? 0 * 1 * I
■For the hist few days several people <
interested in corporations and compan-
ies have been under the impression <
that a new law had passed the last i
legislature requiring the secretaries of {
all incorporated companies to file with <
the secretary of state before July Ist a *
full list of stockholders of the company, '
with a penalty •of a fine for neglect.
Several reports were made out and sent
n. Last evening Mr. J. H. Peabody
received a telegram from Secretary of
state Whipple stating that no such law
had been created. The mistake came
up no doubt from the fact that such a
bill was introduced in the senate but
failed to go through.
We are now prepared to take family
washing on contract.- See us for terms.
Table cloths now 5 cents.
Canon Steam Laundry.
To Gasoline Customers.
We have reduced the price of
Gasoline to 25 cents per gallon
and $1.10 for five gallons.
Smith’s Cash Grocery.
Carriages.
E. (’. Hiatt has returned from Indi
ana with a carload of first class buggies,
carriages and road wagons, which he
has for sale at pridBs away down. If
in need of anything in this line be sure
to see this assortment.
For rent —Four rooms unfurnished
and one furnished room. 211, Macon
Avenue.
Table cloths, 5 cents each; napkins,
SI. per hundred, in any quantity.
J. B. Lantz,
Cafion Steam Laundry.
For a good, pleasant drink try the
brands of coffee kept by
G. R. Tanner «fc Son.
STARVING MONKEYS KILL MEN.
Horde* of Slnilffiii >Vorklng Havoc
in China nnd Japan.
, Recent advices ‘stute that great dev
. astation is being wrought in both
Japan and China bv immense bands of
5 monkey's, which have been driven down
r fiom the forests and ravines by the j
unusually cold weather and heavy j
snows. Being deprived of the usual
means of subsisting on berries and I
• roots the starving monkeys are ravag- j
i ing outlying mountain districts and dr- j
’ /curing crops. Everything green is I
f qu’cl Iv eaten nnrl then the hordes of
, apes press farther into the settlements,
j Around Tukuabasan, in Iburaki Ken
province, the greatest damage had been
done.
» When the monkeys first came down
l two woodcutters were attacked and
F killed by the hunger mndened erent
» tires. Since then numerous cases of the
Idli ng of people living in isolated
'place i have been reported, behi&'
'■eusrd apparently by their efforts to
I* ;-u’ due the intojodera or protect £heir
property. jflR’h cases monkeys by
’ dozens men and kill them.
Such tion wrought by
monkevs was unknown to Jana a esc.
- —m-ri-Tneir
cur re nee* centuries ago. Villager;
h ive been preparing for revenge am*
by this time organized monkey hunt>
• are in progress in both empires. The
local governments are also rendering
aid.
The Cnt’n Kellirtoa.
The late Father Stommel, of Doyles
town. Pa., who died recently in Phila
delphia, was something of a wag, and
many instances of his wit axe toULby
his friends. One of his neighbors, it is
• related, who was not of the same faith
ns Hie. reverend gentleman, once pre
sented him with a very pretty kitten,
being very emphatic in her avowal “flint
[ it was a good Catholic cat.” A few
, days later, when out for a walk, she
was hailed by Father Stommel after
this fashion: “Mrs. B , I thought
you told me the feline you gave me was
a good Catholic eat. I beg to assure you
that you were mistaken. It is a blue
stocking Presbyterian, and eats meat
on Friday!”
Nearroes Who Tnlk Irish.
The Irish language still lingers in
the Bahamas, among the mixed, de
scendants of the Hibernian patriots
banished by Cromwell to the West In
dies. One can occasionally hear, it is
said, black sailors in the London docks,
who cannot «penk a word of English,
talking Irish to the old Irish apple
women whom they meet, and tbusanak
ing themselves intelligible without n
knowledge of the Saxon tongue.
TKUMTKlft* HA LK OF Rk7l ESTATE."
h hereby given that S. C. Burnett 1
having made and delivered her deed of trust
°t and upon Lot Three (*) and the west half 1
H ami A , ?J ,,ock f °rty-seven W) In
tooInM® d i! ( ,h nown a " Rood's) addition I
atat« of th 5 ??° nt v ©f Fremont an1
hvL Sabi lot two to he divided !
tin* 11? rawn [ roni center of the north
the ., c ® nt «r of the south line of said t
in 1 book thsma/* recorded at page 211 (
‘""7 ,? f th ® r «al «»tate records of ssid .
orde? B of D “ 1, » r ». Payable to the 4
0eo ’ W ’ D. D., and 1
coupons—Interest on said J
Dollars being due and payable *
turn* from®V h ® rate of eight per cen
tum irora the date of January a. 1888 until >
yeara l from h s*7d , 2 5 r,nc, 5* 1 *>«lng due in five t
1 *r* from said date; and. said Dote and aairt
••‘‘J l h®reonder may 1,2 i
of »k-. . default be made In payment of anv
alsoornvfrib^rrt 0 "* ,d not «. »nd said deed
also providing for payment of taxes on aald
on aald 8 c. Burnett's pSS! dSfiul!
Seen made in paying Interest on ssid V
failure having .scarred in pay- .
.** required by said deed of I
, r r u A t ~ t . h ® truatee. Rev. Geo. M. DuBols, or
it th« from aald county of Fremont j
of a the then noting Treasurer "
county aforesaid, mentioned in 4
*MI o otoSk°A Wm ' “ ,h * h0,,r ° l J
OH »*Tu4d*T. JULY n. A. D.. 1W7. I
at the* front door of the Coart Hum. in A
< - 5 *®o® City. Fremont oonnty. Colorado sell "
dispose of aald premlsoi. or Jo mScb A
fonnd necessary. and all *
j?® tills, benefit and equity ofredaniD> .
tlon of aald 8. C. Burnett, and her i
***ljf n * thoreJn, at public suction for the ’
.n'oCTh^kSS 1 , s, rt g.s-.as-: 1
rMBlrtd aad.r Mid iIm’h -I
w*tk "u?^.r d “I—— ot -I co>.«Md |
Dated JalTl lOT. '
J**Y-.OSO. W. Do Bold. TruatM. 1
nnt sa j«ij I, tmn—httt rob. July m, im. 8
I SHOES THAT 'I
F'T
$ t
$ THE FEET, THE HEAD, AND THE POCKETBOOK. •
J j|
3 Just received, imother lot of Men’s Women’s ami Children’s * ,
j GREEN SHOES j
A A
3 See them before they are all sold.
l - HENRY GALLEY, i
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Fruit Lands... |
FOR SALE
, on LINCOLN PARK, anon City, Cool.
Very Choicest Fruit Lands in the State.
Water Right h from the purrat at retain In the Rocky Mountain*.
KICK CLAY SANDY SOIL. NO ADOBE.
■ I\irAl IWT n A 01/ »• the MOST BEAUTIFUL SUBURB of CANON
LIINUIILIN rAKK CITY. Lie* One Mile South, and overlook* the
ivviLti 1 * i town and valley. Scenery la nnaurpaaaatMl.
itj BEAUTIFUL DRIVES; FINE SHADE: LAKES OP PURE MOUNTAIN WATER.
NO PUMPS ITSgD! WATER FURNISHED BY GRAVITY. Coat. $1.50 per acre
per annum.
Will sell In 3 f 5 and IO acre tracts. Prices range from 1 1 OC per acre
up. One-fourth cash; balance on long time. Theae price* include
Land Set to Choicest Fruit, Nlc * ll ' '^•JBSrMSISL.i'.
Send for dascr stive circular.
DEWEESE & DYE,
Canon City, Colo.
I ■wwwa/wwa/aarwawwaa/a'wawa.'wae
DON’T WASTE \
- - j YOUR TIME. 4
|y|l || Py W Absolute. unadulterated }>L] ri ;y ;
J mj and leavening strength express £
the PERFECTION ..t linking 4
Powder. *
DON’T WASTE YOUR MONEY. *
I Cream Tartar 1
# Morey’s possesses these qualities and £
J sells for less than any other brand J
5 THAT DOES. >
I Baking Powder?
r Satisfaction guaranteed or money re- a
funded. For sale by 2
\ BROWN MER. CO., ?
| »nd 0. R. TANNER & SON \
J Vou Can't
■ « White Plume from ■ J
jfe »good ell through. ■
if Under the
| f V Enamel! f
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» business men ’ By-W JT
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RAILROAD TIME CARD
Denver Sc ltlo (irandr.
VAST BOON!).
No. 2 Atlantic Express 4:88 am
4 Through Express 8:80 p m
8 Calif, and New Mexico Ex 1:80 a m
8 Marshall Pass Route 12:2# am
WEST BOUND.
No. 1 Through Express 2:oopm
“ 3 Through Express . 1:27 am
“ 6 California Sc New Mexico Ex..12:54 a m
“ 7 Marshall Pass Route 4:28 am
E. E. MOORE. Agent,
Atchiaon, TnpcKH & Santa Fe.
i No. 825 arrives »:40 a m
: No. 628 leaves 6:30 p m
! No. 628 for Florence |#:6o a m
' No. 627 from Florence 5:20 p in -
X. E. FOBD, Agent.
Florence and Cripple Creek.
North bound.
No. 1 Mall. .. 2:00 p. m.
*• 7 Cripple Creek Express 4:15 a. m.
South bound.
No. 4 Mall 4:06 p. m.
“ 8 Accomodation 12:10a.m.
CHEAT BUCK ISu>HO ROUTE
BESTZDININCZ.CAR BERVICE IN
THE WORLD.
The IUM 'K. ISLAND is foremost io wiuptiDK
uny advnntag** calculated to improve speed ana
that luxury, aafcty nnd comfort that |*>pu
lar luttronatff derriHiKiM. I nl 1» thor
oughtr r >ni|ilp(K with veatibnled trains, magni*
cent (lining cam, (deeper* and chair conches, all
(he most elegant, and of recently improved pa*
terns.
SPECIALTIES
Fast Tim© Excellent Equipment-
Beet Dlnlns Car Sendee In tha
World Good Connections
Por foil particulars as to tickets, maps, rates,
apply to any coupon ticket office in the United
tftatea, Canada or Mexico, or address.
JOHN HKHAMTIAN.
Oeneral Ticket and Passenger Agent,
I'hW-lUK., 111.
Florence & Cripple
. Creel Railroad.
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I THE POPULAR
J ROUTE TO
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