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Daily public ledger. [volume] (Maysville, Ky.) 1892-191?, December 22, 1892, Image 2

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DAILY. EXCEPT SUNDAY, UY
D PUBLIC LEDGER CO.
William h. Cox,
Tiiemah A. Davim. ,
VltflrtlMtM.
rretuicni
WllLtAM II. WADHWOBTII, Jr.,
tttcrtUtrj aiul Trteuurer.
Themas A. Davis. EtlUer ami Matutuer,
'.BampelT. Hickman. .Hi7 RlUarmut BoeiUrf;r.'
. vj,, Rijpn nir nrppTipp
;'WlMJ.lTI.Cex, M. C. ItrKSULL.
Li M. J. COCHRA, . w. It. Wadhwerth. Jr.
V. Themas A. Davis.
OFFICE J"M'e zipti rutiin7, .ve. je Jam
Third titrtd.
aUR.ICJtlPTIOXS-IX ADVANCE.
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jskx icoettis. . ., i ae
Tkr Jf enlbii................ . .. 75
DELIVERED BY CARRIER.
Per Menth ......,......................... 1U iVnta
Payable te carrier M end el month.
TO ADVERTISERS.
Advertising rates uniform and reason'
.gfill M$ W)(K? kteicn en applieatien (t
ilh ejftcti
A Werd te Republicans.
Tlte hope of the party Nv In the exmnslen
' 0 a itahcart Itepubtlean jrrs. The ltepub
. lleun who reads or ethenrlte helps te i;-
pert a Democratic paper te the exetiwlen of
one of his eicm thirty newspaper it untrue
Nto tlie Itejmbllcatt cause.
4 Unanimously subscribed te by the Satiettal
altepubtlean League.
3. 8. CLARKSON, President.
A. B. HUMPHBEY. Secretary.
THE LEDGER . .
is the laret dally
paper printed In Mays
vllle count the ot et
nmns and measure their
length.
It irlres )no mere
readlug matter than
any ether.
It Is sold at the Fame
prlrc as any ether )lar
Tllle paper one eent a
ropy or U5 rents a
month, dclltered byrar
rier or sent hy mail. If
yen are looking for the
meit for your money,
you ran get It In THE
I.KIHlElt.
.Vew is the time le m!
scribe fnpMe j en el e
It a month's trial.
u
Circulation Mere Than
1,000 Daily.
' Mr. Caldwell, n prominent Ohie
, member of the Heuse Committee en
. Postefflcea and Postreads, believes that
v the penny postage preposition recem
mended by Postmaster General Wana
MAKGR in his annual report is perfectly
''. feasible, and he will offer an amendment
te the Postefflce Appropriation bill re
ducing the rate of letter postage te one
cent for every half ounce. The propo prepo
sition heretofore has been te cut the
present rate of one ounce for two cents
in half, making n penny carry one
ounce. The latest preposition of a half
V dance for a penny would net reduce the
' income from the letter tpostnge te se
large an extent and Is, therefore, net
' open te the objection that has been urged
' te penny postage in the past.
Ant project that tends te the greater
glory and prosperity of the United States
aa a Natien Is hateful te Bourbon De
mocracy. Particularly is this the case
when the Republican party is known te
favor the project.
Here, for example, Is The Charleston
News and Courier attacking the Nica-
ragua Canal and vociferously protesting
.against a Government guarantee of that
"grand enterprise. It is nothing te this
' Democratic organ that the Seutli would
,, be the most of all benefited by a water
way acrebs the Isthmus; that some of its
foremost champions are Southern men,
or that the National Democracy stands
,l.J.l I l. IVa PI.I ..!.
lucugcu iu 11 uy iiiu mubiiKU tuuiui ill.
j.ii iact mai me uepumican press iarera
dSBsSShtf?
L xiiS
i National guarantee of the canal stock is
enough te call forth abusive cendemna-
tlea of the canal and its promoters.
t sxAeivetc and Courier fittingly closes
its un-American attack en the canal
with a scurrilous sneer nt Union vete-
,ras aa "our paupers In blue," a taunt
i'.whkh betrays the real animus of the
'jdJseredltable policy which the section of
'tJw Democracy it represents is pursuing.
- Dick Kyle, the ex-Masen man who
: escaped from a Deputy Sheriff in New
' Yerk lest Saturday, is still free. He is
illfi1l9ved te he en his way te San Fran-
kcwee, where he has a married sister.
iKTSl-ty la enrvi n1l- tn ttnn aUaIae tt
"n te srfcAu tttiifc u (f u viiia ui
3teM and Fleetwood beinir placed
tr&de between Huntington and
Mil, te run en nchodule time and
Uree trips each per week the Bame
. dkl when the "Railroad Line"
ta rogue, aad thtu make an attempt
kW th river jBger trade Every
her -rt rf tM '9Me river holds its
tlw eepetitte e the rati
Tim prisoners In the penitentiary ut
Frankfort will be given n bounteous
dinner. Tlie Reed people of the Cnpltnl
city will previde the substnntinls, whlle
Loxingteninns have been called en te
furnish the delicacies. Last Sunday the
Ministers of the latter city made the an
nouncement of the dinner, and asked
their congregations te donate edibles for
the occasion.
The Emersen l'lane.
These Instruments have enjoyed a high
reputation for mera than forty years. Arc
llrilllnnt nnd Musical In Tone, and afford a
most beautiful accompaniment te vocal mu
sic the tene having the rare sytupatbtle
quullty which blends admirably with the
humnn voice. They are durable, being con
structed of the Hest Materials, by the Most
Skilful Workmen, They have earned an
especial reputation for Keeping in Tune,
nnd also for retaining in a most remarkable
degtee their original fullness of tone never
growing thin or wiry with uge.
The Emersen Upright Pianos especially
have obtained a remarkable success during
the past few years, and bave invariably re
ceived a high award wherever exhibited.
In all the essential qualities of a First-class
Instrument they are second te no piunes
manufactured in the country.
Small, the. Tailor
CAN DE FOUND'aT HIS
EMPORIUM of FASHION
Xe. 110 Market Street,
Opposite Central Hetel.
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AKNOUNCEMENTB.
ren MAYOIt.
We are authorized te announce HAUHY
HAULM AN as a candidate for Mayer at the
ensuing January election.
We nre authorized te nnnounce E. E.
PEAIICE, Jr., as a candidate for ro-electlen te
the elllce of Mayer at the cnsulny election for
City ellicers.
FOR CITY MARSHAL.
We are authorized te announce M. E. Mc
KELLUP as a candldate for City Marshal ut
the ensuing January election.
We are authorized te anneunce E. W, FITZ
GERALD us a candldate for Marshal at the
ensuing city election.
We are authorizedMe anneunce JOHN W.
ALEXANDE.lt as a candidate ler City Marshal
at the ensuing January election.
We are authorized te nnnounce JOHN V.
DAY as n candldate for City Marshal at the
ensuing January election.
We nre authorized te nnnounce JAMES
HEDMOND as u candidate for City Marshal nt
the ensuing January election.
rOlt CITY CLEIIK.
We are authorized te nnnounce HARRY C.
McDOUOLK as a candldate for City Clerk at
the ensuing Janunry election.
We nre authorized te nnnounce MARTIN A.
O'HARR as a candidate for ro-eltctlen te the
office of City Clerk nt tbe ensuing city elec
tion. FOIt ASSESSOR.
We nre authorized te anneunce CHARLES
D. BHEPARD as a candidate for City Assessor
at the ensuing city election.
We are authorized te nnnounce F. W.
rtAUER as a enndidate ter City Assessor nt
the ensuing city election.
We nre nutherlzcd te nnuounce JOHN
WALSH as n candldate for Assessor at the
ensuing January election.
FOR COLLECTOR AND TREASURER.
We are authorized te anneunce HORATIO
FICKLIN for Collector and Treasurer at tbe
ensuing city election.
We are authorized te nnnounce JAMES W,
FITZOERALU as a candidate for Collector
and Treasurer at the ensuing city election.
FOR WIIAItrMASTEIt.
We nre nutharlzed te anneunce C. M. PHIS
TER ns n candldate for ro-elcctlen as Whnrf Whnrf
reaster at the Janunry election, 1603.
CITY WElClllElt.
We nre nutherlzcd te anneunce WILLIAM
DAVIS as n candldate for City Wolgher at the
ensuing January election.
FOR COUNCILMAN. ,
Second Irani.
We nre authorized te anneunce JOHN T.
PARKER as a candldate for Councilman from
the Second Ward.
TWnJ IParil.
We nre authorized te anneunce O. 0. HOP
PER ns a candldate for Council from the
Third Werd. ... .
eeunn tiani,
We are authorized te announce JOHN T.
MARTIN as a candidate for Councilman from
the Fourth Ward.
Fifth Ward.
We are autanrtMil te anneunce O. W. WAR.
IVLK a 11 ertJae for Councilman from the
HTM WW
-nam' AkvMtiiut;
&ZTT
M Charge! iSSSVSS
-Wanted," "Situation
Wanted," " Lest," " Found," Ac., of an accepta
bU nature, nnd net te exceed three Hue, en (Mi
page, art'eREE te all.
yrA'd Duxin(ttA.tlvtrtUemenliUirttt Kith'
out pay.
If answers fail te come the first time, we invite
as many repetition at are necessary te secure
what iiiu advertise for. We with the advertisers
tefttl thai theu are net imposing en ux by ustng
our free column.
Advertisement can be left at our office or rent
threuuh the mail te
THF VUBIAG LEDGER COMPART,
Ne. 10 E. Third Street.
VTAItTpp.
IITANTKII Te lieif. borrow or rent n Hhnwciua
about live feet icing. Apply at tills elllce.
"WANTED-A first-class Jllackmnltli, by the
m sun of tins mouth. Apply te DONOVAN'
A8HOUT.
rANTKI)-,000 llimliels nlcoWlilteOorn: high-
twt market price pnld. OLD HOLD MILLS.
WANTED A Cook who cuii wanh nnd Iren for
11 jmall family: goeit witae te
turn te rempt'tent
help. Apply te Mrs.
M.
. IJIMJIITT.SIT W't
mcceiiii Mri'ei.
rANTKD Tlicj public te knew that I have re
li meveil te the Opcra-lieute, HI West Second
street. J. F. UVAS. Leck and Unnsmltli.
rANTKD A boy about 1J years old. Apply
ii 10 idaju watkijs, jiarKei Bireei.
WT
'ANTED Ceuvassprs for each precinct In
it Masen count v. Liberal term. Inclese
PA NY. Dever, Ky.
WANTKD-Ladles te knew that Miss Eva
DeAtley Is currying en a Dressmaking
establishment In the Sixth Ward, and would
like te have them call.
FOB SAXE.
I?01t S.VLK-Chelce Timethy nnil Clever liny,
delivered free te nny pari of the city, ul the
OLD C)OLI MILLS.
FOS KENT.
1?01l
ItENT-Smnll
Cettncv mi Kant tJrniit
X Mreet.
Apply te Jim,
W.I4. DAVIDSON.
tneit hknt-
Modern Cottnire en Coramerco
X? gtreet. Fifth Wan!. Fer terms. Sic., upply
ut Adams' Express OIUce.
LOST.
IOSiT-Memlttj- the lutli, iv buiicli of Keys en
j Second stre-t, between Parker's Stable ami
Jehn T. Martin's. Kinder will pleiue leave nt this
elllce and etiMge M. 11. TOLLi:,
LO.ST-renlonpaiersefAlHlAlIAJrWILbON.
Finder will plense return te tlilt elllce.
T OHT
On Monday December 12th, between my
XJ bniiKeen tlielllll tit;
III! tlty like and aiaysville, n
blnck walking stick,
me.
Suitable rew ard H returned te
W. II. TAKLTOX.
TOST silver Tin. between Baptist Church nnd
J ferry-beat, ltetnrn te thla elllce.
IO.ST On Second street, tietween
j Drugstore and the Otis Works, n
J. J. Weed's
rocket-beuk
ceutaluinj: papers valuable only te the owner. A
reward of tit) will be paid for Its return te this
elllce.
rOST-Apalrefsteel-rlmincUSpcctacles. Finder
j please leave at this elllce.
T OST-An O. It. T. l'lli between C. and O. Depot
-I j ami J. Hamilton's reMdence In the Fifth Ward.
Flutter will please leave at :tlli K. Second street.
T OST-
lletween Frentnnd Fourth Ntrects. a Card
1 j (."nse ceiitalnlni; K bill.
llewanl u reiurneti te
this ufflce.
T OHT A red Mitten
en Second street, at the
Xj Crosslin; lend 1 11c from Traxel's
I'lensc return
te this elllce.
l.lu Alllfl..
T OST-A
Masen County llulldlnc Association
Xj Heek.
Please return te 1IKNKY 11AHCOM.
colored, or M. I', llussell.
reuwD.
1"S()FND-
small I'urse en Second street con-
J talnlni; smnll sum of
money. Cull nt this
elllce and prove property.
I?OVM-A Lady'a llluck Muff nt the Hank of
1 Muysvtlle.
IOl'ND A (Hove containing sum of money
Call nt this elllce mid prove property.
"COVND-A deer key en Third street. Can be
bad at this elllce.
I OST Saturday, l'ocket-beok centalnliiK I SO,
j between Hunt's nd Miss nim Frnrnr'n.
Please leae at this elllce.
Don't
COME
NEAR
US!
IK YOU WANT TO PAY
HIHH PRICES.
BABQAINS OFFERED NOW:
Loek In our Shew Window nt our
a)-cent Dell, Washable Face and Flew-3
Ing Hair, twenty-seven Inches long,
Shoes and Stockings.
Celebrated King Gun for f 1 00
New Line of Elegant Weed Toys In
Vcstiuule Railrcad, 2&C., We. and 1 00
Santa Onus with Reindeer Archi
tectural Ilulldlng IlleckB Z 50, 1 00
Our Photegrnph Album for 160
Miike sure and see our Cheap
Tatile with our Toys for 5
Hcnrt of Europe, Illustrated, lurge,
for 200
One velume nf Unwritten History, 25
J.TJackley&Ce.
nOOKS. TOYS AND FANCY GOODS.
Tliere is nothing
mere dangerous, und
nethiuK mere certain
te bring en disease
than impure water:
nntl while
The CHOLERA
it nt our very deer
you enn prevent it
from tills source ef
fectually and perma
nently if you use a
Pasteur
-W- finer!
It is germ proof. Fer sale by
S. B. OLDIIA'M, Sele Agent.
AN ORDINANCE
Onli rlnir nn Election te be Held en ilenday,
January 2d, 1119:1.
lie it enlalned butlie JJoanlef Coitncilmcnef
the City of MaytviUe, Ky., That an election be
held en Monday, Janunry 2d. 1KO, ler the elec
tion nf n Mayer, City Clerk, Collector nnd
Treasurer, Mnrtluil, Assessor, Weed nnd Cen!
Inspector, Whnrfnmstcr nnd six Ceuncllinen,
ene from emcIi ward.
He it further enlalned. That poll he open In
snld city for said election nt 8 o'clock a. m. and
clese nt 0 o'eleok p. in. at the following places
en salt! day, giving the Inspectors ene hour
for dinner; and the following persons ure ap
pointed Inspectors for said electien:
First Ward-Jacob Outtcn's shep: Jehn Mc
Carthy, Jeseph Lewry nnd Jehn W, Thomp
son. Hecend Wnnl-J. 8. Redmond's cigar etore;
j. jj. ounce, j ami's jiuicmr mm w.n.jiewp,
Third ware 11. riwreraitrii inepi
I. J.
itirpny, jj. u. rrnzt
u. rrnzce ann jenn .ecn.
Fourth Ward-8.
ard H. it. l'oweirs Shent w. A.
Cole, C. II. Nichelson and Samuel CrelghbAUtn.
Fifth Wrd-Cennid' storei Jehn O. pnyne.
Geerge W. Cook and Themas W. Uroen.
Sixth Wanl Houben Hunt's rcildnnoei O.
M. Cllnger, Fred Lawrenoe nntl L. J. Hanllng,
Bald olfleors of olectlon nre directed te held
said nloetlon nndJke due retnrn thereef,
according te law,
WILLIAM H. COX. l'reildenl.
Martin A, O'Maiib, City Q'lerk.
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Jam HCTl t A w 111 I ux I tw.
VUKCil(3J T R2LJLL2
! it
EXTENDED
WHO MAY COME
Te Henry Oifs -Emporium
of Trade.
This season is one when jollity
nnd geed nature prevail in stere
and uome. At Henry Ort's 0110
is inade te realize that Snnta
CJhus is conic. And the compli
ments of the season arc respect
fully presented te the host of
Henry Ort's customers.
" HENRY ORT.
State National Bank
JIAYSVILLE, 'KY.
OAI'lTA t. STOCK $l'Oi),000
aVM'LVH 110,000
SO A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS.
C. 11. l'HAKCK, Cashier.
W. II. Cox, President.
Jno. I'ilkh. Vice-President.
reBLic usza BuiLtme,
UaTJVOLI, ST.
ORDERS SOLICITED FOR
ANYTHING
THAT CAN BE
PRINTED
WITH TYPE.
J.J.FITZGrEKALD,
Plumber, Gas and Steam Fitter!
41 West Second Street,
Jewel Ons Steves. MAYSVILLK, KY.
The "Hepkins"
Nelsen, $3.
PALL SlIAl'ES NOW READY.
Shirts Made te Order.
Academy of the Visitation Bearding1
anil Day Scheel for YeuHtfliulleB.
This Institution has a high reputation for Its
many advantages and' thorough education In
every brunch. Tbe Musical Department la
under the direction of a graduate of (noted
oenscrVstory. German awt elctl M(mb
of Drawing Mtight free, Mllnd uiHJ will be
trained by the relni-prltit Method. JEfteruMi
ami eMier InrormMleH Mk M tWtWt O
ai mms j, j. e
.-rAlTCr tt rr rtn II'itHt"
ifliri iUAYSVILLE.
Slran tiAin Iwfflvr- test
a. SJirj rr-Mi u n,rMf 1 lllil 1J Vr - ' .fry r
-yr" te tSi31 ' II! ivVTiwf ''IT
SSC5flUPfe-V irU47iOyj(V 11" I
S8P9MJ-EHi&'r7r iU'
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IS
Allen A. Edmonds,
mi &&
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TK Vl31TATJO?(1 XaytVlUe. Nmm p Kr,
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THOMAS J. CHEN0WETH,
DRUGGIST,
DIAMONDS,
WATCHES,
sJce!
BJJllEaTrlUtilMfr.
P. J. MURPHY,
ift-J
SUCCESSOn TO 1101TIl & MUKPIIY.
LiDEY GOODS,
CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS, MATTINGS,
And
Housekeeping
Goods
AND FOIt
tiyeze
MeCLANAHAN & SHEA,
DEALKHS IX-
MANTELS, STOVEIR, GRATES,:
Tinware, Tin Roeiing,
JOIUWORK OF ALL KINDS Executed In the
L. C. MiATTEKMAN.
OLDEST HOUSE IN THE CITY.
BLATTERMAN & POWER,
:SOLE AGENTS FORE
MILLER'S MONITOR RANGES,
AND DEALERS INE
MANTELS, STOVES, GKATES, ICE CREA3I FEEliJZERS,
Refrigerators, Wnshing Machines, Wringers nnd Kitchen Specialties. We will net
be undersold. All goods guurontecd as
general jed worn.
28 and 30 W. Second Street,
COCHRAN 4 SOUS,
ATTORXETS AT LA W,
COURT STREET.
HOUT. A. COCI1HAN
A. V. J.COOIIHAM
MAYSVtLLE.KT
wm. n. cecnitAN,
w.n.wADSweuin, Bit. I w. h. wadswerth, jn.
WADSWOHTH & SON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
MAY8VILLK, KY.
The general practice el Law.
THE PRESS
(NEW YORK)
lla a Larger Daily Circulation than any ether
Rcimbliean Neutiaierin America.
DAILY.
SON DAY.
WEEKLY.
The Augrtmive ltepuhllcan Journal of the Me
tropolis A Neu-t)Mtjer for the Mam.
FOUNDED DECEMBER ttt. 1837.
Circulation Over 100,000 Copies Daily.
The Pitr.ss Is the organ of no faction; pulls
no wires; hus no animosities te avenge.
37ie Afet Remnrhahle Newspaper Success in
New Yerk. The Press is a National Success.
Cheap news, vulgar HonsatietiH nnd trash
find no place In the columns of Tub Phcbs.
Tiik PIIE88 has tbe brighest Editorial page
In New Yerk. It sparkles with points.
Tub Phess Sunday edition Is a splendid
twenty page paper, coverlng every ourrent
tonle of Interest. .. .
the Piiksh Weekly Edition contains all the
geed things or tlie uatiy nnu annuity editions,
Vnr thnun whnpiinnnt afford the Pitllver are
Fer these who cannot afford the Dally or are
nroventod by distance from cany receiv
iroventod by distance from early rccefvlug It,
the Wcekly Is n splendid substitute
A an drerHilna AfeJIum The Press has no
itujxrfer tn New Yerk.
THE FAE63
inihln His reach of all. The. Btt and Chea)xtt
Newspaper in America,
Dally nnd Sunday, oneTear, .......fSOO
Dally and Sunday, six months.,, 2 00
Dally and Sunday, oue month. , ,.. 4A
Dally only, ena year..., , 3 00
Dally only, four months,. ,n. 100
Sunday, ene year .,..,.. 800
Wpekly I'sjas, ene year .,,... 1 00
Bend for Tun Phuw Circular. , "
Haw Otee free, .iiseaM wanted everyirhBre.
tmi rim n f rk few, xw Yrk.
IiENTDCKY.
Repairing of all Kinds
JEWELRY.
FANCY and STAPLE
Generally Always en Hand
SALE UY
l&O-p'
Guttering and Spouting.
best maimer.
W. F. POWER.
represented
xin uoeiing, u uttering nnd
MAYSVLLLE, KY;
WHITE, JUDD & CO.
-Are mill In the-
FURNITURE BUSINESS
At Ne. 43 W. Second Street.
BAIIiHOAp BCjKBPUXB.
CINCINNATI D1VI8i6n CHESAPEAKE AND OHIO.
(Ne.i 0:a.iu
No.ae....7aip.m
W fim9w iwe:czKis
tu
m
Weal
p.n
Add twenty-six minutes te get city time.
Nes. 10 and SO nre the Maysville aocemmot
tlen, and Nes. 17 and 1H the Huntington nccem-
modntien. Nes. 1 and ' are the fast exm-eia
nnd Nes. 3 and 4 the F. F. V.
Ne. 4 (F. F. V.) Is u solid train with through
dining car and Pullman Bloopers te Washing
ton, Ualtimore, Philadelphia and New Yerk-.
Through Pullman sleeper te Richmond, Vu.,
nnd Old Point Comrert. Ne. 2 Is a solid train
with Pullman sleepcr te Wnshtngten, making"
nil Eastern and Southeastern connections.
The accommodation trains nre dolly except
tiundny; the rest are dallr.
Direct connection ut Cincinnati for points
West and Seuth.
MAYSVIM.E DIVISION.
OUflIlfJltlltJ.
ICiivec Maysvllle at
6:U0 a. m. rerrarls. Lox Lex Lox
ingten,Clnolnnntl,Rlch. mund. HtnnrnrH. riir.
Ingston, Jelllce, Mlddlesboreugh, Cumberland
Oap, Frankfort. Loulsvllle and points en N.
N. and M. V Eustcrn Division.
Leaves Maysvllle nt 1:45 p. ra. for Paris. Cin
elnnatl, Lexington, Wlnenester, Richmond
nntl points en N. N, nnd M. V., Eastern Divis
ion. Northbound,
Arrive nt Majsvllle nt 10.00 n. ra. and Btli
p. in.
All 1 ruins daily except Sunda)'.
Add twenty-six minutes te get city tlme,
DIltCCT HOUTE VTESZ
The Ohie and Mississip
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8(. Leuis, nnd nil of Its
tralDH run through mild
te fit. Leuis. Ne transferring of bagvage or
of passengers who travel en O. nnd M. trains.
Less than ten hours Is our tlme te St. Leuis,
where our trains make connection In the
Union Depot with trains of nil lines for the
West, Beulhwest and Northwest.
The Ohie and Mississippi Railway Is tbe df
reet nnd fast line te Louisville.
ThoOhlennd Mississippi Hallway glves spe
cial attention te colonists going west, eltJser
single or In parties. Our agents are pre
pared at all times te furnish Information as te
rates and routes, te uelnta Writ, nnd wit
passengers nre ready te start wil secure their
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