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THE EVENING NEWSPAPER NEWSP PERtJAS PERtJASSEENBY AS ASBEEN ASEEN
BEEN SEENBY EEN BY CHICAGO CHRON1LE CHRON1LEFor CHRONfLEForseverat
f For Forseverat several years ears our evening con contemporary cont conmporary ¬
temporary t mporarythe mporary the Daily News has hasreg hasregJarJY regu regularly regularly ¬
larly studiously and assiduously assiduouslyquoted assiduouslyquoted assiduouslyI
I quoted and endorsed the political polll calopin opin opinions opinIons ¬
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contemporary ry which it toes approve approveunreservedly approveunreservedly approveunreservedly
unreservedly It is contained contaln in an aneditorial I Ieditorfal
editorial entitled The Evening Newspaper News Newsyaper News1
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lake Of a newspaper it neither has hasoor hasnor hasior
nor ior can have haveany any of the attributes attributesHow attributesHow attributesHow >
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the whole solar system is working to toprevent 10prevent
4 prevent it It Ninetenths of the Impor Important import Importnt ¬
tnt t ntnews news of the thcworldmatures world matures be between between between ¬
tween noon and midnight Even ven if iflt ifltbaS It Itnas Iti
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edition e 1ltlon but this thisdoeanot does not alter the theCase thee theease
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porting wihigeditlon edition Without these it itwould itouIdsuspend It
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t t irig flg newspaper There are probably probablytwo probablyt probablytwG
t < t t two o6vel11ng evening journals Journalsmt1iis j umals In I this country countIYV countryode
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real r eal news develops and in which the thewonderful thewonderful
wonderful story of oftlte the preceding day dayis days
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sheets s that are flying around the wthestreets tbetreets thetreets
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The man behind behlqdthegun behlqdthegunAnd the gun gunAnd gunAnd
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Youveheard dbout gbo b t his gallantry
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which bl < h is about nboutthlrty thirty feet t wider than thanthat thanthat
that of St StIan1s Hanis cathedral It is 140 140feet 140feet
feet f in diameter di methr rnnd and with its 00000 00000superficial GO000superficial
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ters at t Rome nor Santa Maria at Flor Florcnce 1 1cnccls
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fortyfive tortyfivefeet feet than the dome of the thecapitol tbecapitol thecapitol
capitol at Washington Vash ngton by thirtyfive thirtyfivefeet thirtyfteree
feet ree than fbanthnt ban that of or Darmstadt cathedral cathedralby i
by bxthlrtythr b thirtythree feet than that of o St StSophia StSophia St StSophila
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out onlby by ManagerDuke Manager Duke Many bad hadcome
come to take takein in the ceremonies Inci Incident mcident ¬
dent ent to the return of the battle b it1e flags flagsand f1arsand
and as for the others otberwhat ther what do iopeo iopeopIe peo people peopie ¬
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was Captain W DrBallSnlInefXf D all aiint1necf nUn fof For Foriiandlna Fortandina
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Nassau county in thovle tholEgis1ature tho gislature > and andWho andWho andwho
Who could1 coul have T 1 been > een coming back as asa asamembor
a amembor member ever ever since Had ad he had any anyappetite anypp anyppetltO
appetite pp Ut for that thatBo sort tof of thing The Thecaptain TheaptSlri
captain is s here this timein time in the Interest Interestof i terestofa
ofa of a bill appropriating apprprJ ting nOOO 2000 for the theConfederate theConfederate theConfederate
Confederate Veterans Home at t Jack Jacksonville JackSo 3acksonvIhle ¬
sonville So vl1le the jonly 0 1 institution J itutIOnof of the thekind theind
kind ind in the state statelt statebythe bythe otheway wayrand oanti one oner onewbich onewhich
r which deserves ajl and more tfcaa is isa i31i Isbiked
1i biked a ked for fotl ifc Thjs Sn merlforiJHiB rlfo nieas nieascrfe Q rneaanrt 3s 3sure
crfe wfUbeb1froiluced will be intrdouccd in l2t1ia he house by byCaptain byCaptainJ byCaptaInJ
CaptainJ vJ B Johnston of p Tie iDadja City Cityand Clband Cityand
and in the the senate s nat > by b Mr Stockton to ktou It Itcould I Icould Itcould
could hardly have hlv been cen commitied com coaiutt Jtf d to tobetter toFetter
better hands handselFJ haudsWhen
When elFJ Frjink k Mayes 1IaYeSOf of The flornal flornaltold i io otlrnal otlrnaltold rn 1 1told
told Captain Ballentlne Bal1 tJn last l stn nlktthathe nlktthat Ittliatlt tt11at tt11atllcsnould I
he llcsnould lt should have haYegoneoer gonejover gov ioFessacola ioFessacolawith ± aeiiacolawlth i
with ith the Daughters Daught rs of the Cqnteder Cqntederacy G Couteoracy il er eracywho
acy acywho who are riovr nowholdirigthel holding Xheirarinnal the1rannnalreunion an uaJ I
reunion there the i1 eirlZz grizzled ed foreran YQteranleaded oteran oteranpleaded
pleaded leaded his bill as an excuse and andadded i
added II I ran an engine out of your yotircity yourcty YUtcity
city sir as long ago gq as 1857 18S7but but havo havonot havonot havenot
not been there since 1891 I went to tothe totbe tothe i
the front from Pc Pensacola 1sacOla when when the theCivil
Civil War broke cut t and nothing nothingwould nothingwould nothingwould I
would have pleasedme pleased me better than to tohave tonave tohave
have gone over and ndmetc met thooeot those of my myold m mold myold
old comrades eswho who are arest1111n arestIhl still in the ihe land landof fandhe landof
of the he living livingAmong llvinghAmong livingAmong
Among the Pensacola menwho men hoserv hoserved serv served serve ¬
ed e with Captain CaptaIaEal1entIne Ballehtine In those thosedark thosedark thosedark
dark and bloody days daysls is Judge Frank Frank3Iaura FrankMaura Frank3faura
Maura who is known far r and ahdnear near for forthe forthe forthe
the perfection of oJ o his chowderr chowr ow Grichl chicken chickenThe chickenThe ken
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Pensacola PensacolaTouinals Journals 3ou ± na1s Mrculation cir 1rculatIo ulation for forthe foreach
eaCh daydurlngthemont day duringthe month oL f April
1905 With thelav the average rage number of ofcopies
copies daily dailyApril
1 1 a 5000 April prll 16 5000 5OOOApr11
Apr1l 2 5500 April 17 17April 17April
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records onille on file 14itlds in Ii this bjHce bjHceHARRY ornceB41tRY tlce tlceY
HARRY Y R SMITH SYITHqjCwatleJpDanager SMITHthis SMITHCltilatiarmanager
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ganjbo oo and aMotheI other delectable delect be Pensacola Pensacoladishes Pensacola1iJshcs Pensacolaishes
dishes d The Captain In speaking of oftha ofthe ofba
the t ba battle btttlel t Gettysburg said that thatyhen thatwhen t twh
when wh n Company A of one of the Florida Floridaregiments Flor1 Floridaegiments 8 8regimentS
regiments r egiments was w scalled called uponto upon to surren surrender surrender surrener ¬
der d er Prank Maura M ra was the only man manleft maneft
left l eft In the therahks ranks ra ± iks to obey the order orderAl orderA1
Al All > of the U1eothersweretiead others were dead or missing missingor missing0rscaUerectThe
or 0rscaUerectThe o r scattered The story goes thatwhen that thatwhen thatwhen
when tb the word was wasgiven given I ank ankthrew < > rank rankthrew ankthrew
threw down his gun crying out outwlUL outwlULlaughComptlIlY with a alaugh i iaugh
laugh laughComptlIlY l Company A surrender surrenderThe surre surrthiderihe lt e
The everlasting cvrlastingbubblootpoI1tlcS bubble of politics fa fathe fnthe Inhe
the t he Leon lobby was broken la 1toI2tj 1toI2tjnight Into to last lastnight Iatnight
night by the unexpected nn xpectcd strain ra1no of mu music mu mmsic 1 1sic
sic that issued isstiedfronr from the parlor where wherethe wherethe wherthe
the grand piano was doing a few fewstunts fewstunts fewtunts
stunts s under the skillful manipulation manipulationof i iot
of a fair performer EarlyMn1hr6 E r1TfnU even evening evenj evenug
ing l ug SignerP Signor Murphy rendered sever several several ¬
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al a 1 selections Eele tion s in in1a his I best manner and andwas an L Lwas
was at the end of each 8oag songrecelv songrecelvwith songreceIvdwith receive4 receive4with I
with a salvo O of f applause that awoke awokethe awokEhe wo e ethe
the t night clerk cler k from fro m his fond dream dreamoffPanacea re3 reaiu reaiuo4anacea
offPanacea oit1 > anaceaSprlngs Springs Later er on several severalothers I Iothrs 1
others oth othrs ra obliged obll as the themusl music hall hallmasters hallm I Imasters
masters m ters of ceremonies have It It One Oaeselect Oneelect Ou Ouselect
select group up at the olano ianowf which c1l start staftedr startff 8tEie
edr e ff out oulWithan with an operatic selection S el n and andended aniiJ an L Lended
ended with wlthHlawatha Hiawatha comprised comprisedamong
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among thnong others such celebrities as Tom TomWler TonwI
Wler wI Miss Jeffle Jem Bell ell and Mr Reyn Reynolds ReynaIds ¬ I
olds of Key West Colonel Wr1 5er rln In Inparticular ± I Iparticular
particular partIcuJarwas was observed obunedto to sing with withsreat L LtrCat I
sreat tte t abandon abandonaIiil and a a faraway Great Greater ¬
er Tampa Tamiaepr expression sslon in iIlhlseyes his eyes eyesTalking eyesTalking
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from that part of tho world that has hasbeen ba t 1
been beenher here for oi o some time nursingthat nursingthatEast nurni1 nursingthaiEasit gth t1
East Coast extension denslonbill bill was ajl ajlsmiles J a 1 1smiles
smiles smllesandf and ftt t cigars last night As Asone A Aone I
one man put it If I could coul onlybeas onlybeashappy only be bea beahappy lS
happy for teii minutes as Reynolds Reynoldslooks Re Renold Renoldlooks nolds noldslookS
looks to be all lltbe the time tim I wouldnt ask ukanything askanything C Canything
anything else elseJThe elseLo
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The new newspaper h libel law bill billhaving bUll1avlng billhaving
having beenlicked beeIi1Ickedlnto Into shape will willprobably wUfJrQbably wilprobably
probably be Jntrod Introduced ced today todayMessrs todayMessrsMsyes Messrs MessrsMayes MesaraMayes
Mayes and IEngie together with Pe Peter Peter i
ter Knight who ho represents WalIacStovall Wallace WallaceStovall
Stovall St ovall in the matter have sat S2 In Injudgment ir irjudgment I
judgment on ihebfll the billwhlcb bill which it itfsun itfsunerstood Is un understood unclerstood 1111 ¬
derstood wllllbe will > be e handled in the house ho housby se
l IJY by y Mr Avery Averyf ver Q qt Pensacola The Thesen Thesenateman sen senate se seate ¬
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upon last nigh nlgg The new act Is con considered CO COsidered consldercd
1 sidered a gre great improvement upon uppnthe uppnthepresent the thepresent th thpresent
present law and has the support of ofthe Qfthe o othe
the newspaper newspaper fraternity throughout throughoutthe throughoutothest1ite througbouthe
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A heavy heavyralrtfell Trato fell here yesterday af afternodn afterno aiternoon
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farmers butthose but thoSe who are not farm farmers farmers farmera ¬
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is anything but agreeable to tobePe1nea tobePe1neaupln be bepee bepeeuplu penned pennedup
up upln in the hotel all day In a atiull dull town townSeveral townSeveral townSeveral
Several riding rId1n parties were to my mypersonal m mpersonat m mpersonal
personal knowledge broken up by by1111s b bthis
tills very rain rainThe raiILThe rainThe
The Ho Hon l D TL U Fletcher Fletcher who has hasbeen hasbeen 1ia 1iabeen
been here for several days returned returnedto r returneto ttiriiedto
to Jacksonville today James JamesE JEL Eandercai Alei Aleiander A1 A1andercani
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lusia yesterday ye9terdayand anda and a number of o pep peppie p ppIe pcpie
pie from th the same countyare countYuehera countYueheraa1solnte here herealso heraalso
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age ge message and the state insurance insurancebill insuranbill e ebUlare
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and JDthaask ask the support of all Il voters vote at a
thff 0 city election electionNEILS electiOnEILS
NEILS EILS HS jJcK cK OERTING OERTINGFORT OERTL OERTINGFOR G GFOP
FORT CITY TREASURER TREASURERelection TREASURERrI
rI I tbY8 ereby
UlonncemyselC nonneeniyself a candj ca
elate date f for rCity City TreaSjlrer in the city
election of otJun Jane 6 1905 1905MANSFIELD 1905SFDtLn 190 190MANsFIELI
MANSFIELD SFDtLn MORENO MORENOFcr MORENUFcr OR Q QFc
Fcr Fc City Marshal
I hereby amnounce that I am a can
dIdate for City Marshal at the elet ele elec
4lorL on nto to be b beld June 6 1905 1lO i re re r
Bpectfully p f Jb a jfefliiuJBppoit th8 SUP1 npport Ort > of ofvoters aU
voters FRANK WILDS WILDSFofr WILDEFat WILDaFot
Fat CHy C1t Treasurer Tr asure asurei sucr
I i hereby rnnounce = myseU myseliaq as a can ¬
dJdatetor didate for reelectfoi re re IOcUoio ctIoi = < lothe io the ox me ce o ot
City Treasurer and 2It ask the support GUp rt of
all voters at the theey cly c y election to be
held June 6th
6thTOS
Jos L JOHNSON JOHNSONFOR rOHNSOFOR JOHNSoNFOR
FOR ALDERMAN LDERMA r PRECINCT PECINCfit 13 13
1 hereby announce that I will be becanqldate a acandidate aandidate
candidate c for fo reelection reele tion to the theoflce theoflceof once oQcaof onceof
of precinct aldermaa from Precinct
No 13 at the city election in Jane Janeand Jane Juneand
and ask the suffrage of the voters votersO votersOM
O OM M PRYOIL PRYOILFor PROItFor PRYORFor
For Alderman AIdermariPrecinct Precinct P inct 12 12I 12 12I
1 I hereby announce myself mrself as a can ¬
didate didat for reelection aS a alderman at j
large 1 rgefrom from Precinct No 12 at the thecity ti
city c lty election to be ield In June and andask andask andsk
ask a sk the thesoPI support > ort of the voters in the thecity thecity
city clt W Lv MOYER MOYERDAILY MOYERDAILYSCH MOYERDAILY
DAILY DAILYSCH SCHEOULe SCHEOULeFor OULE OULEFor
For Steam Oivtktoa DhllliPENSACOLA t tPENSACOLA aPENSACOLA
PENSACOLA ELECTRIC TERMINAL TERMINALRAILWAY TSftMINALiRAJ TRM1NALRAILWAY
RAILWAY RAJ LWA CO COTzals CO1J COTrain3
Tzals 1J leave JeaveF Jrensacula Fe ZaCUI 1for for the Little LittleBay LItttaBayoi LlttlBayou
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Navy Yard Yantut aid Fort FortBarrancav FortBarrantU FortBarrancax
Barrancav Barrancax715am It It715am t t7i5am >
715am ar Ft Barrancas mrrncas 755aa 755aa950am 1 5Q 5Q950am 5ai 5ai9SOaa
950am at tFt Ft Banaacas 1030am 1030am1250pm lO30m1260pm 1030am1250pm
1250pm ar Ft Barrancas Barian l30pm l30pm350pm 130pIU3S0DlII 130pm350pm
350pm ar arFt Ft BarraacM BarrP U 430pm 430pm15pm f30pra15pm 43Opa15pm
15pm ar t Ft BarraacM 700pa 700pa8iOpm 7001111S10pm 70091n8lOpm
8iOpm ar ar Ft Barraacas 8IOpra 8IOpraSaturdays S50pmsaturdayS 8QpraEaturdays
Saturdays Only
Trains Tralnaleave leave Fort FOtDeniaooia Barrancas for forSOOam fotDenJD
DenJD i it it800am atSOOam
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UOOant ar Peasacola Pe ll40am
2 00pm 00p ar r i Pwsacola P 240p615pm 240pa 240pa515pm 240pm515pm =
515pm ar a Pensacola Pe 1Sacola 555pm 555pm760pm i5 555pm7Opui pm pm780pm
760pm uPesacoJa at r PewacoJ 745pa 745pa900pm 74op1OOpnaar 745pm9OOpm
900pm OOpnaar ar Pensacoja Pe wLc 845pa 845paSaturdays 145 45p2 45p2Satnrdays m mSaturrays
Saturdays only onlySUNDAY onlyaUNDAY onlySUNDAY
SUNDAY SCHEDULE SCHEDULLElectric SCHEDULEElectric JiEqLE1ectr1ccar
Electric 1ectr1ccar car ca wllj w1IJleaY8 w1I leave Peasacola Peasacolaevery peuacolaevel7 Peasacolaevery
every hoBrlrDia hour tro1l L taW t jJ p PInclusive a aIcclaslve m mInclusive
Inclusive and Satnr 5t81Y SataraYuIPt0nlY aynigat ilrpt only at atllp
11 llp p BU m and leave lUg Bayou for forPensacola forPensacolaefery forPensacola
Pensacola Pensacolaefery every fioar li > r at at7M 730 831 831and 131and 83 83and
and so on antil 18 18O 0 p 1 m m mwIth with th the theesceptlon theexception theeceptlon
exception of the fiat r car leaving Pen Peneacola Penaacola Pensacola
eacola at atS 6 a m mwbtch which will wUI on re returning retun retiirnliig ¬
turning tun leave tlwBig thd Big Bayou 3ayouat at 620 620a 23 23a
a m and the Uie1 p pin m tar ar will Jeav JeavBig leivBIJ IeTBig
Big Bayou at 248p 24fJPThpabovel 240 p pTh m mTh
Th Thpabovel > above la the week day schedule schedulehicli flCbedaIewh1 ehedulevbI
wh1 hicli Vill WUJbegla 1ll b begin giir Friday April Ii IiElettr1o i iElectrio 15 15jaectrio
jaectrio car carwiUICT8 will leave Peaaaccla Pea cla at a
7 8 850 S50950 9EO 9 O1 10501150 50 11598 a nu zu ani ani12S9150260 an amiizise
12S9150260 16 150250 150 250 350 35050 450 550 650
8 9 and 10 p Po nw m running through to tothe tothe tothe
the Big BIgBayou Bayou and aadbnmedf immediately tely telyturnIng re returning rqtnrnlng ¬
turning from Big Bayou Bayowto to Palmetto PalmettoBeach PalmettoBeacb PalmettoBeach
Beach will await arrival of nteam nteamtrait nteamtrat ateamtrain
trait trat from Pensacola aDd will tiea tiearan t Thearun ea earun
run to Pensacola ahead 4 of the trala tralatroai tralllrom tralafrom
rom Fort Barrancas BarrancasThe BarrnCdThe BarranczLThe
The steam trams will run as at atpresent atpresen atpresent
present presen but will wllIobsen observe this electrla electrlacar electriecar
car schedule and nd win wfllwQTkfu work in cotine cotineUon CODnectfon cauneetion
Uon with It 1tPlnlcIJI ItPtnsictia ItPonsacals
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STEAM STEAMLR ER TARPON TARPONVKEIQHT 7ARPONl1U51c TARPONautrci
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VKEIQHT VKEIQHTPENSACOLA iJ lG1i1 lISRVICa lISRVICaJi3etw kV1O kV1O2etw
Ji3etw Ji3etwPENSACOLA ea S SPENSACOLA
PENSACOLA MOBILE APALACHI APALACHICOUU APALACHICOLACARRARELLE
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DREWS g EWAtlLLVlLIE EWAtlLLVlLIEcHEDtJLL MILLVILLE MILLV4LLESCHEDULE MILLVILLEC4EPLUE
SCHEDULE SCHEDULEAnd cHEDtJLLAnd C4EPLUEAnd
And all at points on St Andrews Bay ay9
Carrabelle ca nbcn and andAsalachfccla andAsalachfcclaLeveFenvco andLve Apalachlcola ApalachlcolaLeave
Leave LeveFenvco Peiwacola Sunday 830 830ntfor pfor f fB
B ntfor for MoWe YobleA3a YobleA3aL Ala Alaj AlaJave
j L Jave ave se P FusacoIa nsacola Tuesday 830 n nnv 1J 1JID pw
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lachicola lsch1co1CarabeIle Carrabell aad interaediat interaediatpoiats InteIIlediatCSats intermeiiaoIats
poiatsFor poiats tCSatsor oIats oIatsFor
For or additional adfitkmallatorm iaform tlon api ap1J1 y la laJ t ta
J Jt z SAUNDERS BAUNDBH8R SAUNDERSER
ER R COBB Praaidest PraaidestCea PreildeateaPrtaad
Cea fJeLFrt eaPrtaad Frt and Pass Ant AceatPeasacola A AntPeo1a t tP
Peasacola P Fit FitSPECIAL FItS FisSPECIAL
SPECIAL S ECIALRATES ECIALRATESRomld RATES RATESSound RATESBound
Sound trip p colonist rates to Texas TexasOklahoma Texa3Oklahoma TexaOklahoma
Oklahoma Loulsiaha and Indian Ter Territory Territ Terxitory
ritory rit ry p each eachllrst first and third Tuesday TuesdayOneway TuesdayOneway TuesdavOneway
Oneway and round trip colonlat colonlatrates colonMrates co1onitrates
rates to California and the theNorthwest theNorthwestrMarch Northwest Northwestfrom Northwe3tiomXarch
from iomXarch THarca 1st until May YayI5U11905 YayI5U11905Special 15th 1905 1905Special ioosSpecial
Special firstclass round trip rates ratesto rate3to rateito
to Colorado every day until ntU May 1st 1stBotara Is IsRctam 1stRsrnlitiit
Botara Rsrnlitiit limit June 1st 1st 1905 1905The 1905TIle 1905Tks
The choice of the two most xos direst direstjoatea diretJO8tea dlretont
joatea ont s and nd three gateways gatewaysUNION ptewaysUNION gateWaysUNION
UNION AND D SOUTHBN PACIFIC PACIFICThroagh PACIFlThro PjpjThrough
Through Thro gb Pullman Tourist cars ca oper operated opeated operted
ated ted each ea hMondayfrom Monday from Blnalnjiiaai BlnalnjiiaaiAia Blrm1n B1r = In has hasAla I
Ala and three thteecars cars week weekajngton from fromWasalngton fromW
Wasalngton W h1ngton D C c to t Sao an Francisco Franciscovia ancisc ancisc1a O OYl
via 1a Atlanta AU Montgomery and New lew Or Orleans Oreans Orjeans ¬
jeans leans without wltbo t change Effective EffectiveMarch ElectJnKisrhlst LECCUtSMrh
March Kisrhlst 1st we operate every Monday Mondayaac Mondaynwedncsday Monaayjedncsda
nwedncsday aac jedncsda Wednesday Pullman Tparfst TouristCars TouristCarso Cars Carsiroa Carsiro
iroa iro Sfc S I Lops 14t > ool3 to San JPraac JrUcflco co irtta irttaoatcliatige 1r1thtch3ge WlthvI
oatcliatige via vI the CWeaga I j Alton AltonRailroad AltonU AltonRailroad
Railroad U a and aid ° d the Unl ° PacJflc a Jflc Rail Railroad 1 Raiir U Uroad
road r via Kansas City 1ty aad Denver DenverAsk toyerAsk > DenierAsk
Ask for particulars particularsJF parUcullrs1F
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