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•Alton Limited .11:53 am 11:53 am Irame State Express.. 2:45pm 2:45pm Bloomington Accom .. Starts 5:00 pm T Capital City Flyer.8:35 pm Stops ;!':icc Express .12:20 am 12:20 am •Midnight Special . 2:43 am 2:43 am •Atlantic Express-Chi . Starts 7:00 am sSt. Louis Accom.11:35 am 11:35 am •Sptld-Eldrod Accom ..10:35am Stops sSunday Special .10:45 pm Stops Southbound. Arrive. Depart. •St. Louis Express.3:25am 3:25 am •Midnight Special .5:05 am 5:05am tCapital City Flyer - Starts 9:15 am •Bloomington Accom .. 9:00am Stops sSpfid-St. Louis Accom. Starts 6:30am "i rulrie State Express.. 2:35 pm 2:35 pm •Alton Limited . 4:16 pm 4:16 pm ‘Chicago Accom . 8:40 pm Stops •Spfld-Eldred Accom .. Starts 5:00 pm sSunday Special . Starts 7:15 pm Peoria Division. Arrive. Depart. •Peoria Accom . 9:10 am Stops tPeoria Express . 4:00 pm Stops TPeoria Accom. Starts 3:10 pm •Pooria Express. Starts 6:45 am sSunday Special .. Starts 6:30 pm sSunday Special . 9:00 pm Stops C. & A. INTERPRBAN SERVICE. hprinsiiein-Lincoln intern; rums leive Springfield at 0:40 n. m., 10 p. m.. daily. Snringfleld-Lincoln Interurbana arrive at Springfield at 11:50 a. m., 5:50 p.m., daily. •Daily. fDaily ex. Sunday. sSunday only For folders, rates and further informa tion call upon or address D. G. CAMPBELL, Ticket A"ont Chicago & Alton Ry., Springfield, 111. RAILWAY TIME TABLES. Depot Tenth, between Washington and Jef ferson streets. Going East. • Arrive. Depart •Buffalo Fast Mall.2:15 am 2:16 am •Chicago Express . Starts 7:30 am Continental Limited .9:43 am 9:50 am •Lafayette Accom . Starts 1:40 pm Decatur Accom .4:30 pm 6:15 pm •New York Express.10:00 pm 10:05 pm Going West. Arrive. Depart Kansas City Express.5:50 am 6:55 am •Clayton Accnm .8:41 am 8:44 am •Springfield Accom .11:35 am Stops •Kansas Clty-Renver Lim.12:30 pm 12:35 pm •Continental Limited .6:45 pm 6:50 pm •Chicago-Springfield Exp. 9:10 pm Stop* •D»!ly. •Daily except Sunday. ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILWAY. Taking effect Sunday, December 4. Northbound. Arrlv*. Depart. •Diamond Special .12:35 am 12:44 am Midnight Limited .2:42 am 2:45 am •Chicago Expresa . 7:06 am Northern III. Express.11:26 am 11:30 am •Daylight Special .2:4o pm 2:48 pm •St. Louis & Sp’fld Accom. 8:45 pm Stops Southbound. Arrive. Depart' •Diamond Special .8 50 am 3:65 am •Midnight Limited .4:45 am 4:50 ana •St. Louts & Sp'fld Accom. Starts 7:00 am •Daylight Special .5:05 pm 6:10 pm •St. Louie Express.5:30 pm 6:35 pm •Chicago Mail .10:25 am Stor* •Daily. aDally except Sunday. B. A 0. S. W. RAILWAY Eastbound Trains. Arrive. Depart •Royal Blue Limited.7:30 am 7:30 am •Wash. & New York Lim.. Starts 8:00 pm •Beardstown & Puna Ac_3:25 pm 3:25 pm bSunday Passenger .8:00 pm 8:00 pm Westbound Trains. •Royal Blue Limited.7:25 pm 7:25 pm •Wash. & New York Lim.. 8:30 am Stops •Pana & Beardstown Ac..10:30 am 10:30 am ■unday only .8:50 am 8:50 am •Daily. aDally, except Sunday. bSunday. C. , P. A ST. L. RAILWAY. To and from Peoria. Dally Expres.8:10 pm 12:10 pm Dally Mall .11:00 am 8:40 pm Dally Mall .6:55 pm 7:86 am To and from St Louis. Arrive. Depart Dally Express.12:10 pm 8:10 pm Daily ex. Sunday, Aecem.. 1:20 pm 6:K am •Daily. aDally except Sunday. Mrs. Lucinda ponson and son, Pref. L, W. Johnson, of Palmy! ra, Mo., were in the city Sunday visiting Mrs. C. A, Dogan a-<’d Geo. W. Butler, Alderman Wood of thelst ward is theonly alderman for « up time, in t hat warp, who is u rtg some effort to improAe the w d. I Political Announce ments. FOR State SENATOR. I hereby announce myself a candi date for the Republican nomination for state senator from this district. If nominated and elected, 1 shall vote for i lie Republican candidate I >r United tales senator receiving i be highest number of votes in this senatorial district. Logan Hay For County Clerk. Charles Opel announces his candidacy for the office of county clerk of Sangamon county, to succeed himself, election Tues day, Nov. tj. 1(J06 Smoke the 3-R union made cigar. 5c. Wilson's New Place Restaurant Staple and Fancy Groceries and Ice Cream Regular Meals and Short Orders Homemade Pies—Candies f TT i n Oa n i irn v^ Morris Wilson, Proprietor. • r. I It and M&disan. CONSOLIDATED STREET CAR ROUTE. Points of Interest Springfield's attractions arid How to Reach Them. ___ Lincoln home, cor. 8tli and .1 ad son streets—take s > sth car. Linco n vionument, Oak ridge f>n« eterv—take north Sth street cars at Sth and Monroe streets. PARKS arid PLEASURE RESORTS Washington i ark, south wes* of citj take So. 2nd or Lawrence Av cars Resevoir Park North east of city. Take Nort h Tl It Cars grounds of < lie Illin* is* Nations! 1'iiards. Take HuMege or Cantn Lincoln Cars. state Fair grounds North of city. Take North 7th cars "'hitc City Park East of the city. Take E Capitol Av. Cars at nth and Mon roe EA«T BOUNB. SOUTH BOUND. A. M. P. M. A. M. P. M. +5:00 1:00 +5:00 1:00 6:00 *2:00 6:00 2:00 7:00 3:00 7:00 3:00 *8:00 *4:00 8:00 4:00 *10:00 *6:00 9:00 5:00 *10:«n 6:00 6:00 11:00 7:n) 11:00 7:00 •12:00 9:00 12:00 9:00 ’irno 11:00 >ROUND TRIP TICKETS sold on the cars by conductors to all points, atJVi* per mile. $10 FAKE BOOKS, sold at ticket of fices for $7.50, good for individuals, limit one year, good for families, limit six month?. COMMUTATION BOOKS of 52 rides sold at ticket offices at lc per mile. ROUTE YOUR SHIPMENTS via the Intee”rban Express. Express service at freight rates. DUST DIRT SMOKE CINDERS Distinctively Different, In Every Way the Best. The Weekly Globe-Democrat, of St. Louis, covers a Held peculiarly and ex clusively its own. It. is issued twice every week. A big SEMI-WEEKLY paper. Eight ta ten large pages every Tuesday and Friday. One Dollar a year. Nothing particularly different you say, about that—there are oilier “Twice-a Week” papers. Tes, but the similarity ends there. Na other paper is like the. Globe-Democrat in any other respect. No other paper equals the Globe-Democrat in any res pect. An entirely unique feature of the Globe-Democrat, a feature which is highly prized by its readers, is its sys tematic method of preserving and pre senting the CONTINUITY OF NEWS. The two papers each week, Tuesday and Friday, are carefully prepared with the view of giving the complete news of all the world for that week. They are so combined in the make-up • s to form continued and connected siories of the various Important events, showing the developments from day to dav, and the final results. Other weekly and twice-a-week pa pers. as a rule, print only a few tele grams of the day of issue. The "Twice-a-Week” Globe-Democrat gives the telegrams of every day in tho week more comprehensively than the average Dnilv. and of more value to tha average reader. Moreover, the “Twice-a-Week” Globe Democrat is not simply an echo of tho Daily edition. It Is a separate and distinct publica tion, especially prepared to supply the re quirements of people who want all the news of all the earth—and something more. It presents the World’s dally history in concise but complete form. It is of equal interest in all parts of the United States. It is invaluable alike to men and women, young and old. It thoroughly provides for every mem ber of the family. In high-grade litera ture it particularly excels. Its market reports are correct and complete in every detail. Its departments devoted to TM Home,” ‘‘The Farm and Garden,” “The Family Circle.Phe Sunday School.’ “Science and Industry,” are each and all THE BEST of their kind and either one is more than worth the subscription price ^Tn' poli'tiVs it is strictly REPUBLICAN, but it is above all a newspaper, and it tells the truth without fear or favor. It has no equal or rival as a great National news and home journal. Remember the price, only On« Dollar per year—101 papers—less than one cent a copv. Postage prepaid. You will make no mistake if you send $1.00 TODAY for a year’s subscription. Or you can get your own paper ONE YEAR WITHOUT COST by inducing two of your neighbors to subscribe and sending their names with $2.00. FREE SAMPI E COPIES, containing order blanks and full particulars, will he cheerfully furnished upon receipt of postal card request. Address Globe Printing Company, Publishers. St. Louis Globo-Democrat. St. Louis. Mo,*_ 9uh street is beidg paved to so grand avenue, Mrs. Susie Barton left Sunday for her home at Bloomington, af ter a pleasant stay. ANDREW RUSSEL Candidate for Sta.te Tl< asurer - —-—---- -* 1 Lawrence Brando* Proprietor East End Sample Rooms Northwest cor. 11th and Mason sts. 4 ohoice line of WINES, Lh^fDORS and CIGARS. Ic* Cold Reitch Beer on Tap . • j The the thought that Stogdall who murdered Lederle is near this city, is vanishing. There are ton many bovs and girls only half" educated—the cause of so much idleness and came. How was Thursday for “a hot one?‘‘ Hel p make yoursel f a job. Misses White and Sfeele will have for Henderson Ky., soon, where they will serve as bride’s ma;ds for Anna E. Steele of Chi. cago, to take place Aug. 24th. v ini i iti—mim— READ i Rfli rcuBtfi I PUBLISHED WEEKLY i T nraest Colored Circulation in f 1' u i,. v. Pr ice: per an mi n i . 0 i 50: \ | three months, in advance. 40 cents: j per month. 15 cents. ^ Office: 305 1-2 South Sh:£h Street. TELEPHONE MAIN 993, INTER-STATE iOS2. WRITE ALL MATTER TO THE FORUM L. L. ROGERS, 9 Manager. p ^Trarn^iF^^ig^aiBr-. m»$gf