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time^2>^table Northbound. Arrive. Depart. •Alton Limited .11:63 am 11:63 am •Prairie State Express.. 2:45pm 2:45pm •Bloomington Accom .. Starts 5:00 pm tCapital City Flyer. 8:36 pm Stops ♦Palace 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 •Spfld-Eldretd Accom ..10:35am Stops sSunday Special .10:15 pm Stops Southbound. Arrive. Depart. *St. Louis Express.3:25am 3:25 am ‘Midnight Special . 5:05 am 5:05 am •(•Capital City Flyer- Starts 9:15 am •Bloomington Accom .. 9:00 am Stops sSpfkl-St. Louis Accom. Starts 6:30am •1-rairie State Express.. 2:35pm 2:35pm •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 Peor<a Division. Arrive. Depart. •Peoria ccom . 9:10 am Stops •(■Peoria Express . 4:00 pm Stops •(•Peoria Accom . Starts 3:10 pm •Peoria Express. Starts 6:45 am sSunday Special . Starts 6:30 pm sSunday Special . 9:00 pm Stops C. & A. INTERURBAN SERVICE. Springfield-Lincoln Interurbans leave Springfield at 9:40 a. m., 12 p. m., daily. Springfield-Lincoln Interurbans arrive at Springfield at 11:50 a. m., 5:50 p.m., dally. •Daily, fDaily ex. Sunday. sSunday only. For folders, rates and further informa tion call upon or address D. G. CAMPBELL, Ticket Agent 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 . 9:45 am 9:50 am . 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.6:50 am 6:55 am Clayton Accom . 8.41 ain 8M4 atn •Springfield Accom .11:35 am Stops Kansas Clty-Denver Lim.12:30 pm 12:35 pa •Continental Limited . 5:45 pm 5:50 pm •Chicago-Sprlngfleld Exp. 9:10 pm Stops •Daily. aDaily except Sunday. _ ————— ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILWAY. Taking effect Sunday, December 4k Northbound. Arrive. Depart. •Diamond Special .12:35 am 12:M am Midnight Limited . 2:42 am 2:46 am •Chicago Express . 7:06 am Northern 111. Express.11:25 am 11:30 am •Daylight Special . 2:46 pm 2:48 pm •St. Louis & Sp’fid Accom. 8:45 pm Stops Southbound. Arrive. Depart* •Diamond Special .8‘50 am 3:66 am •Midnight Limited . 4:45 am 4:50 am •St. Louis & Sp fid Accom. Starts 7:00 am •Daylight Special .5:05 pm 6:10 pm •St. Louis Express. 6:36 pm 6:35 pm •Chicago Mail .10:25 am Stops •Dally. aDaily except Sunday. B. & 0. S. W. RAILWAY Eastbound Trains. Arrive. Depart. •Royal Blue Limited.7:30 am 7:30 ain •Wash. & New York Lim.. Starts 8:00 pm •Beardstown & Pima Ac_3:25 pm 3:25 pm bSunday Passenger . 8:00 pm 8:00 pm Wfstbound 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. aDaily, except Sunday. bSunday. C. , P. & ST. L. RAILWAY. To and from Peoria. Arrive. Depart ©ally Expres.8:10 pm 1210 pm ©ally Mail .11:00 am 3:40 pm ©ally Mall .6:55 pm 7:35 am To and from St. Louis. Arrive. Depart ©ally Express .12:10 pm 8:10 pm ©ally ex. Sunday, Accom.. 1:20 pm 6:80 am Tmt GREAT CENTRAL. * aiC truss?,rom cbfc*»» _'. „ Arvlvp Xjt -JeePer: & De,'nt''' Accom.in:r,o am ?$?■& Inrlinrmpolis Mail & Dxp. fla’sam fetei ag •Daily. aDally expppt Sunday. PRICES. FOR POLITICAL AN NOUVCEM ENLS. State and National Offices_s in.oo County Offi -es . 5 ,;q Mavr.r of Springfield.... 5.00 i Regular write-ups. I0e per line. Ten line notice one time, with an 1 u)uncem*nn, free. Be ye ever so ready for you knoweth not the day nor the hour when the cold wave shall appear. There will be a lawn social at Mrs. Clemms Monday eve, Sept. 3rd for the benefit of St. Paul Church. A. lawn social at Mrs. Susan Davis Resipence, Friday eve. Sept. 7. Political Announce ments. For County Clerk. Charles Opel announces his candidacy for the office of county clerk of Sangamon county, to succeed himself, election Tues day. Nov. H. 1U06. Wilson’s New Place lyestey virant Staple and Fancy Groceries and Ice Cream Regular Meals and Short Orders Homemade Pies—Candies Fine Cigars Morris Wilson. Proprietor. or. lltanJ Madison. CONSOLIDATED STREET CAR ROUTE. Points of Interest Springfield’s attractions and How to Reach Them. Lincoln home, cor. 8th and Jack son streets—take si 8th car. Linen.n Monument, Onk ridge Cem eterv-take north 5th street cars at 5th and Monroe streets. parks and pleasure resorts Washington l'ark, south west of city take So. 2nd or Lawrence Av cars. Resevoir Park North east of city. Take North 7ih Cars Camp Lincoln. The permanent camp grounds of the Illirn is Nations] 'iuards Take Ilutlege or (’amp Lincoln Cars. state Pair grounds I North of city. Take North Till cars 1 White CPy Park East of the city. Take E Capitol Av. Cars at nth atid Monroe EAST BOUND. SOUTH BOUND. A. M. P. M. A. M. P. M. t5:00 1:00 t5:00 1:00 8:00 *2:00 6:00 2:00 7:00 3:00 V00 3:00 *8:00 *4:00 8:00 4:00 *10:00 *6:00 9:00 5:00 *10:0(1 6:00 8:00 11:00 7 :o0 11:00 7:00 *12:00 9:00 12:00 9:00 . 11:00 . 11:00 tfHTTCTNTD k f 51MOKS f I iinti 1 Vlml jLsna vim iqStaij *:>jaj3b erajdxg •esajdx^ uuq.u,.*<»tu| •<R STxaKdms anoA axnoa •aptu jdii j[ sajiyo etq.iij p[08 ■w ss siiuou xoLLviawKoa •fcqyuoiu xis jpni[ •fiatjtpiBj joj pooE musa ouu iriiiq ‘spaipiAi^uj auj puuu juj boju •i° 'saouu lava 01$ a[ica jad J ‘S^Ulod U* Ol B-KXpupUCW Aq SiBJ I «W oo Pl°“ BJLitiiDLL dlHi CINilOa^ Distinctively Different, In Everv Wav thA T*ac+ The Weekly Globe-Democrat, of St. Gould, covers a Held peculiarly and ex clusively its own. It is issued twice every week. A big SEMI-WEEKGY paper. Eight to ten large pages every Tuesday and Friday. One Dollar a year. Nothing particularly different you say, about that—there are other “Twice-a Week” papers. Yes, but the similarity ends there. No 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 m\'TT\MTlTV ntr w.ws The two papers each week, Tuesday and Friday, are carefully prepared with the view of giving the complete news of all tlie world for that week. They are so combined in the make-up as to form continued and connected stories of the various important events, showing tlie developments from day to day, and the final results. Other weekly and iwice-a-weok 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 the week more comprehensively than the average Daily, and of more value to the average reader. Moreover, the “Twlce-a-Week” Globe Democrat is not simply an echo of the Daily edition. -— -w ew V • 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 somethin)? more. It presents the World’s daily history in concise but complete form. It is of equal Interest in ail 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 "The Home," “The Farm and Garden,” “The Family Circle,” "The Sunday School,” “Science and Industry,” are each and all T11E BEST of their kind and either one is more than worth the subscription price of the paper. In politics 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 One Dollar per year—104 papers—less than one cent a copy. Postage prepaid. m w v\in nitirvt: uu minuiivtJ u yuu HtJIlU $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 SAMPLE COPIES, containing order blanks and full particulars, will be cheerfully furnished upon receipt of postal card reauest. Address Globe Printing Company, Publishers. St. Louis Globe-Democrat. __ St. Louis. Mo,* I Opportunity for Young Men. The demands in ail parts of this country and in several foreign coun tries, for well trained men of our race in the direction of scientific and practical agriculture are so great that, this institution is willing to offer exceptional advantages to young men who wish to come here and t ake either a regular or post-graduate course in agriculture. We cannot begin to supply the demands that come to us for trained men in the direction uf agriculture. The posi tions for which these trained men are wanted are those in almost every case which pay high salaries. We wisli to get hold of men who have received as far as p ssible, a good education betore coming here, and are ready to enter on a tho rough course in agriculture. Per sons, however, can pursue the literary studies at Tuskegee, while taking the course in agriculture. For futher iliforniation address. Hookeu T. Washington. Principal, Tuskegee Intitute, Alabama. Boarding and Lodging, com. foriabW* s tuation. NJrs. A V. Smith 1535 E. Mason St. Remember Casey’s nook, Lulu Goins of Kentucky, is still on sale hen-. Lawrence Brandoi. Proprietor East End Sample Rooms Northwest cor. 11th and Mason sts. 4 Ototfce line of WINES, LIQUORS and CIGARS. Tea Cold Reiach Reer on Tap . . Labor - Day - Ball A very enjoyable Dance will be put on at tbe Masonic Hall, 119 N. Eighth Street, Monday, September 3rd. 19U6. Music will be furnished by Prof. Nix's Orchestra The floor will be in fine order for the affair. Admission Single. 25c, per couple 50c. RACE TRACK ILLINOIS STATE PAIR GROUNDS— FAIR OPEN - LAST WEEK OF SEPTEMBER.