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RAILROAD RUMBLINGS. from tha Notebook of Our Railway Reporter—JPoints Per- Honal and Otherwise. Richmond Palladium: Mrs. Dr. Young, who, with her three children, wer« put off the Pan Handle train, at midnight, a mile west of this city, by Conductor Case, agreed not to bring suit against the railway company for a consideration. She refused to state the amount, but it is said to be $50. The lack of humanity shown, by Conductor Case, in the matter deserves the censure which lie is receiving. Work on the Eel river extension from Peru has begun. The excavations are completed for the foundations of the bridge across Eel river at Chili and work will begin on tlie- bridge in a few days. Miller & Lewis, at South Peru, have been given the contract for the timbers for the foundations and for timbers to go in the other small bridges on the line Godlove Conradt has been awarded the contract for the piling. The work is to be pushed as rapidly as possible as the Joad is to be completed by August 1st. The struggle of E. A. Mulford. of Chicago, for read mission to tue American Ticket Brokers' Assooia- eiation, In whioh he has been defeated, did riot end with the vote of the association, but has been carried into court in one suit for damages, and in another for a mandate com pellingtbe association to recognize Ms claims. The anathemas that •were hurled at Mulford in the meeting at Indianapolis, Thursday, stung him to the quick, and early Friday hecousulted an attorney and became plaintiff in a damage suit for $25,000 against George McKenzie, George Frank, (saae Prank, Levi Solomon, Bdward List and George Frey. The freight business of the Indianapolis & Vi.ncennes road the present year bids fair to exceed that of any former year. The company is haudl- in" a good coal traffic from its coal branches, and the stone quarries are being developed in a manner which menus large shipments of stone. The parties who are working the new quarries on the new (3-osport branch are getting out some very fine oolitic stone, and have orders for over 700 car-loads at the Romana quarries. The business exceeds anything they have ever before known. The new machinery put in the last year at the Romana quarries for cutting and handling stone cost ¥60,000. In thirty minutes a stone can be taken out of the quarry, cut in anv dimensions desired, and loaded into a car. Within the last two weeks stones have been shipped from this quarry which weighed from ten to twelve tones. Col. M. A. Downing returned from Denver, Col., on Saturday, and will now turn his attention to the build ing of the projected new road between New Albany and Indianapolie. Capitalists of Indianapolis, New Albany and Louisville propose to put their money into the enterprise, not placing one dollar of bonds on the road nntil it is completed and ready to operate. In addition to the subsidies promised it will require at least §800,000 to construct the road, and this will be readily furnished, or any required amount, to build the line. The New Albany Ledger of Saturday last says: -'Mayor Morris McDonald is at Indianapolis in the interest of the New Albany and Indianapolis railroad. The preliminaries deemed necessary to the rapid construction of this proposed road are nearly all settled and what remains to be done is certain of accomplishment. These preliminaries include terminal facilities at New Albany, Louisville and Indianapolis, and connections at Indianapolis for Chicago and the Northwest, and at Ixjuisville for the South and East. It is settled, if he will accept, that Mr. McDonald will be the president of the company. The projectors of the enterprise haye been offered all the money necessary for the construction of a first-class road, with eighty pounds steel rails and the best possible equipment. Th3re is no longer anv dniibt as to the construction of «j3s road." As predicted by the ^Journal the Order of Railway Conductors decided upon a change in the office of Grand Chief Conductor. C. S. Wheaton, who made a gallant fight for the retention of the non-strike clause, went down with the idea which he so strenuously urged upon the convention. With, his "platform knocked out from under him nothing was left for him to do but to withdraw from the race for Chief. Mr. E. E. Smart, of Ogden, Utah, was elected to succeed Mr. Wheaton. The first step of the conductors organization has been taken toward federation with the other railway brotherhoods. There will doubtless be a number of weak-kneed members of the Order of Railway Conductors, who, either through fear of displeasure of the officials and ulti-t mate dismissal, or perhaps a limited few through conscientious scruples •will drop out. These need alarm no one as the organization will be infinitely stronger without them than •with them. The day has come when labor organizations are not looked upon as they once were, as anarchistic, piratic and dictatorial conspiracies. The press, and the people approve and encourage organization among the artisans and wagework- ers. With this approval and encouragement such organizations take on a conservative and a dignity in their deliberations and intercourse with their employers that is gradually working out a settlement of the perplexing relations which Capital and Labor bear to each other. ENCOUNTER WITH A LEOPARD. One Youiie Englishman Killed irad HI* Companion V?IH lose an Arm. A thrilling story of an encounter with a leopard comes from Sorajgunge, in India. Two young English gentlemen belonging to the locality went out, to hunt a leopard that liad been making its presence unpleasiintly felt in the neighboring villages. Neither was accustomed to hunting or the use of lire-arms, but both wero full of pluck and eager to show their powers. They took up their station on a patch of cleared, ground awaiting tba leopard that the heaters were chasing from his lair, when suddenly the t brute leaped on one oi them and caught him by the thigh, inflicting-terribleinjuries. His companion, seeing- his danger, tried to lire at tho brute, but unfortunately, Uio safety pin, wiih the use of which he. was unacquainted, had locked the gun so that the trigger would not move. He tried to beat the leopard off from his companion, bus the enraged beast turned upon him, stripping- his arms ;ind literally crunching his hand' Two of the beaters came up and used their 1 bamboos wish such telling effect that the animal turned tail and returned to the jungle. The two Europeans wero removed to Serajgunffe and it vvus found that the first mentioned was in such a critical state that he could not be remove'cl. lie died shortly afterward. His companion wp-s sent to Calcutta, for treat, rnetit and it is feared he will have to loss his arm. Only a shot-o time previously a European gentleman nearly lost his life in tho same place from ar. unoxnected attack by a leopard. THE SORT OF MEN WOMEN LIKE. masculine Attributes that Capture tli« Feminine Heart. W'ornou like manly men, and almost invariably prefer those whom they can look up to. There are a few who prefer to have men look up to them, but they are not built on the original plan, ilere is what a waman who knows best has to say on the subject: ••They like a man who knows their innocent-weaknesses and caters to them; who will bring home a box of candy, the hist new magazine, or the latest- puzzle sold on the street that will do more than duty in entertaining everybody for the whole evening. ••They like a man who is master oi iiia situation—that is, who has brain enough to help a woman decide wnat is the best thing to do under any circumstances, and who has wit enough to realize when one of the fairer sex is slightly stubborn that persuasion is rcore powerful than all the argument in the world. • -They like a man who likes them—who dosn't scorn their opinions, who believes in their good taste, who has confidence in their truth, and who, best of all, knows that the love' promised is given him. '•That's the sort of niau a woman ilkes, and her every sigh of satisfaction as his virtues are mentioned is a little prayer that says, -God bless him.'" TO Jf«EV<MM JB«blllt»t«l »«*: If you will send us your address, we will mail you our illustrated pamphlet explaining all about Dr. Dye's Celebrated Eleotro-Voltaic Belt and Appliances, and their charming effects upon the nervous debilitated system, and how they will quickly restore you to vigor and manhood. Pamphlet free. If you are thus afflicted, we will send you a belt and appliances on trial. VOI/TAIC BEXT Co., feb7d-wly Marshall, Mich. TUe«reat Spring medlr.lne. It will he gratifying to nil who realize the vital ue. essity of purifying tho blood, to know that Hltjtard's Klienmntlc Syrup can be relied upon OB a blood medicine. Mr. B. C. Robinson, ot Marshal, Mich., says: Gentleman:—I have suffered Intensely Irom bllllousness and rheumatism tor over three years, and had tried so many remedies that J had lost all faith. Hearing of HIbbard's Rheumatic Syrau I bought a boltle and found It helped me. I have used four bottles, and it has restored my liver and kidneys to healthy action, and done more to purify ray blood than anything [ have ever taken. lam pleased to recommend Is as a wonderful blood medicine. Very truly'yours' B C. Robinson, Marshall. Mich. Sold by druggists. Prepared only by The Charles Wright Medlclan Company' Detroit, Mich. t <• We Can and »o guarantee Dr. Acker's Blood Elixer for it has been fully demonstrated to the people of this country that it is superior to all other preparations for blood diseases. It is a positive cure for syphilitic poisoning, ulcers, eruptions and pimples, it purifleb the whole system and thoroughly builds up the constitution. For sale by Johnston & Bro. 1 A Child Killed. Another child killed by the use of opiates given in the form of soothing syrup. Why mothers give their children such deadly poison BS surprising when they can relieve the child of its deculiar troubles by using Dr. Acker's Baby Soother. It contains no opurn or morphine. Sold by Johnston Bro. 10 A »u»s to TConrsels. It is surprising that people will use a common, ordinary pill when they can secure a valuable,English one for the same money Dr. Acker's English pills are a positive cure for sick headache and all liver troubles. They are small, sweet, easily taken, and do not gripe. Sold by Johnston & Bro. , » Happy Hoo»lers. Wra Tlmmons, Bostmnster ot Idaville, Ind.. writes: " Electric Bitters has done more for me than all other medicines combined," John Leslls, farmer and stockman, of same place, says: "find Electric Bitters to be the best Kidney and Liver medicine, made me feel like a new man. J W Gardner, says: Electric Bitters Is just the tiling lor a man who is all run down and don t care whether he lives or dies; he found new strength, good appetite and felt just like he had a new lealeon lile, Or.ly DOc. a bottle, at B. F. Kesllng's Drag Store. (2J The Prndent Drummer. They pnt me next the drummer at the St. Charles Hotel in Now Orleans, and as J was unlocking tho door about ten o'clock at night he came down the hall and asked, "Well, have you located 'om ?" "WhatV" "The fire escapes." "No. I never attend to suoh things." "Yon don't V Well, you are in for a Toasting some night. I never go to bed in a hotel until after I have located every stairway and fire escape. If there •was to bo an alarm here to-night I could jump out of bed with the fullest confidence of saving myself. See here a mirute'." And he took mo into his room and produced from his trunk n lire escape made of ropes, and ox.plainr.fi: "Should I happen to !:<• out off from the atnira or escapes here is my othei chance. I catch this hook on the window-sill, BO, throw the rope out, so, and I can lower rnyeelf fifty i'oet in forty second^." Wo hud been in betl alxiitt two hours when 1 was awnkiMieii by tho odor oi smoke, and v as hardly on my feet when a gohg Bo::iaretl, H; <1 rhero \\ oro shouts of "Fire!'" Thy smoke was r>othin that I knew the dm per « as \et afar off and began clreHpdng. T.'hili! no enguged \ noard thy. diir.:jnor oa 'teiing up und down the hall. :-lirmiing- "Fire!" at the top of his voice. Yv 1:>M) I finally got out I fouL-d him jnipnif cl into a linen closet halfway (Wn !>u> bal! f.r.A crviup; like a child. Hi; "" e PM-U] B hung o i the •wire-work of the plova'or. and he had made a bnnille of Ms cloihes and flung them overatru,;iK>:n into another room. The iiroviii-« nu; Ijv the tinio I was dressed, and when the watchman who •was going about to quiet the people reached our hall the drummer clasped him around the neck and shouted: "Say! say! Show me the way down stairs and 111 give you a million dollars —yes, twenty milfions!"— New York Sun. .. When oiCthft Jliali Bean. On the rull, on a steamboat, aboard a ilshlng smack, or yatchlng on the coast, Hostetter's Stomach Bitters will be found a reliable means ot averting and relieving aliments to which travelers, marines and emigrants are peculiarly subject. Sea Captains, ship doctors, voyagers or sojourners in tue tropics, and all about to enter unaccllmated, an unaccustomed or dangerous climate, should not neglect to avail themselves of this safeguard of well ascertained and long-tried merit. Constipation,,blllousnoss, malarial fever, Indigestion, rheumutlsm and affections of the bladder and kidneys ar" among the ailments which It eradicates, and It may be resorted to not only with confidence In its remedial oln. acy, but also In Its perfect freedom from ev^ry objectionable 1 ngredlent, since It is derived from the purest and most salutary sources. It i ounteracts the effects of unwholesome food and Kilter. 13to2u Soldier* Who Were Women, ) The muster-rolls of the armies in the i late rebellion show a number of cases of soldiers who were discovered to bo , women. There were doubtless others ; who wore never found out. In Fox's j "Regimental Losses" tho following in- { stances aro given : • Forty-sixth Pennsylvania, Company j D, "Charles D. Fuller," detected as ; being u female; discharged. j One Hundred and Twenty - sixth ; Pennsylvania, Company F, "Sergeant | Frank Mayno;" deserted Aug. 24, ISlJii; ' subsequently killed in battle in another j regimeiit,and discovered to be a\?omau: j real name, Frances Day. j Second Michigan, Company F, i * Franklin Thompson;" deserted, j (Charge of desertion removed by House Committee on Military Affairs, ! Washington, February, 1887, the sol- j dier having had a good record and fought well in eeveral battles, but proved to be a woman; real name, Aiiss Seelye.) Twenty-sixth North Carolina (C. S. A.), Company F. "Mrs. L. M. Blaylock;" enlisted March 20, 1861; discharged for being a -woman. — New York Telegram. IT is a great mistake to suppose that the best work of the •world is done by people of great strength and great opportunities. It is unquestionably an advantage to have both these things, but neither of them is a necessity to the man who has the spirit and the pluck to achieve great results. Some of the greatest work of our time has been done by men of physical feebleness. A MODEL of the Forth bridge, on the scale of one-half inch to the foot, hog been proposed for the Edinburgh Electrical exhibition. The model would be 300 feet long, and the headway under the center of the span 12 feet. S1OO Rctvavcl. SIOO. The readers of the Sournal will be pleased to learn that there Is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages, and that Is catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional disease requires a constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system, thereby destroying the foundation of the disease, and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its worK. The proprietors have so much faith in Its curative powers, they offer One Hundreds Dollars for any case that It falls to care. Send for list of testimonials. Address IT. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0. by Druggists' 7Bc. (may) Ask Your Friends Abotit It. - Your distressing cough can be cured. We know it because Kemp's Balsam within the past few years has cured so many coughs and colds In this community. Its remarknble sale has been won entirely by Its genuine merit. Ask some friend who has used it what he thinks oi Kemp's Balsam There Is no medicine so pure, none so effective. Large bottles DOc and $1 at all druggists. 2eod Advice to Motliers. Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup, for SCROFULl It Is that impurity In tha blood, irhbk cumulating In the glands oi the aeS:' daces unsightly lumps or swellinjv^lJ causes paintul running sores on tie j» legs, or feet; which dcvelopes \Hetntt- eyes, ears, or nose, often causing Wim^ deafness; which Is the origin of plapjJtT! cerous growths, or the many othetii tlons usually ascribed to " humors; fastening upon the lungs, causes and death. Being the most am most general of all diseases or very few persons are entirely How Can f± I 1 D p •* It Be Ax UKtU By taking Hood's Sarsaparilh, whidi,],! tho remarkable cures it has accomplish otten when other medicines have (alled^jjj proven itself to bo a potent and pe«B»j medlciiio for this disease. Some .of t cures are really wonderful. II you suffer scrofula, be sure to try Hood's Sana? ' "My daughter Mary was afflicted with uloussore neck from the time she wns22: old till she became six. years of age. formed In her neck, and one of UM growing to the size of a pigeon's egg, a running sore for over threeyears. 7 her Hood's Sarsapnrilla, when the loa^ nil Indications of scrofula entirely $*appeared, and now she seems to be a heajfcv child." J. S. CAELILB, Nauright, N. J. N. B. Be sure to get only ;' Hood's Sarsaparilla Sold by all druggists. ( 1; six for Jo. Trepan*^ by C. I. HOOD & CO., Apothecaries,Lowell,lfa, IOO Doses One Dollar irerrous debility, po. r diffidence, sexual weakness, pimply cured by Dr. Miles' .Nervins. §4.5. ules free at B. F. Keesiing's. 5 Big Unreserved Sale of Mother of Pearl Pictures. Yourself and lady are invited to attend the big-unreserved sale of Mother Pearl pictures commencing this evening at 404 Broadway, next door to the popular book store of Mrs. John Marshall. "Will be pleased to have you come and examine the goods whether you pur- chse or not. Seats reserved for ladies. Col. J. A. CAIN, auctioneer. maylSdCt Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. When Baby was Eick, we gave her Castoritt. When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria, When she becania Miss, she clung to Caetoria, When she had Children, she gave them Castoria, Re Mrs. arkable Bescne. . 111., makes the . - ., statement that she caught cold,wMch .nettled on, licr lunRs; she was treated for ». month by hef family pliyrtclan. but crew worse. He told her shewaniilieipeloBS victim of cw.sumption and that uo medicine could cure her, Her druggist suggested Dr. Kind's Hew Discovery tor Consmup. tlon; she boiiclit a bjttle iiiii! to her delight found herselt beuentod from first dose. She continued Its use uml alter taking ten bottles, lound her- aell aouuil imri well, uow Uoe.-j her own housework tmd Is as well an she ever w;ts. — Free trial bottlea of thin Great Discovery at B. ]'. Keesllng.s Drug Store large bottles SOe. nnd SIM. (2) A Stpring Medicine. The druggist claims that people call daily lor the new cure for constipation and sick headache, discovered by Dr. Silas Lane while in the Eocky Mountains. It is said to be Oregon grape root (a great remedy In tho far west for those complaints) combined with simple herbs, and is made for use 'jy pouring on boiling water to draw out the strength,. It sells at 60 cents a package and Is calledLane'sTamll? Medicine. Sample tree, leod Says the Southern Medical World; "Mother's Friend" is growing In favor throughout the South and Is highly recommended by phj- slclans, We consider It Indispensable to those who known they must pass through the ordeal ot childbirth. Write Bradfleld Beg. Co., Atlanta, Ga., for particulars. Sold by all druggists In L'igansport Ind. ' , 1 The children's health must not be neglected Colds In the head and snuffles bring on catarrh and lung affections. Ely's Cream Balm cures at once. It Is perfectly safe and Is easily ap piled Into the nostrils, It also cures catarrh, the worst cases yielding to It. Ilth25 Shiloh's Cure will immediately re lieve croup, whooping cough anr] bronchitis. For sale by B. F. Kees Idng, : Is JLIfe Worih Hvinir . not if you go through the world dys peptic. Dr. Acker's Dyspepsia Tab lets are a positive euse for the worst forms ot dyspepsia, indigestion, flatulency and constipation. Guaranteed and sold by Johnston & Bro. " ' 6 She Wns Completely Cnrcrt. A daughter ot my customer sufEereo from suppressed menstruation, and her health was completely wrecked. At my suggestion she used one bottle of Bradfleld's Female Regulator, which cured her. J. W. HELLTTMS. Water Valley, Miss.. Write The Bradfleld Eeg. Co., Atlanta, Ga., for particulars. Sold by all druggists In Logausport Ind. • 8 If you have a cold, cough, (dry lacking), ,croup, cankered throat, catarrh dropping, cough. Dr. Kil mer's Indian Cough Ciire (Consump- ;ion Oil) will relievo instantly; heals and cures. Price 25c. COc. and $1.00 For sale by B. F. Keesling. 4 HIVburd'M Illienttuitl« nnd IJver Pills. These Pills are sclntlflcally compounded, and uniform In action. No griping pnla so commonly following the use of Pills. Thry are adadted to both adultb and children with perfect safety. We (TUiiriintee they have no eciual In the curs of sic* Headache, Constipation. Dyspepsia and Biliousness ; and. as an appetizer, they excel any otner preparation. _ ]anl6d&wly Buckler. 1 * Arnica Halve. The Best Salve in the world lor Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Kheum, Kever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required, It Is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or monrr refunded. Price 25 cents per box.' FOE SALE BY B. F. Keesling. («y) I>r. Hrnlpy's Olery. licet nsnl Iron. Is a remedy every farmer should keep on hand, as it is invaluable for many diseases. All dealers sell it. Price $1.00. ^ . The Kev. Geo. H. Thayer, of Bourbon, Ind., says: "Beth myself and wife owe our lives to Sblloh's Consumption Cure." For sale by B. F. Keesling. 6 Catarrh cured, health and sweet breath secured by Shiloh's Catarrh remedy, Price 50 cents. Nasal Injector free. Sold by 15. F. Kees- lin 3 children teething, is the prescription of one of the best female nurses and physicians in the United States, and Has been us»d for forty years with never-failing success by millions of mothers for their children. During tho process of teething its value is luoaloulaole. It relieves the child from pain, cures dysentery and diar- rhoea, griping in the bowels, and wind colic. By giving health to the child it rests the mother. Price 26 cents a bottle. junel8d-wly AJWIchignn central KailroaUEmploj- IVins HisCitse, alter He-veil Years,' CO"te»t. While employed as agent of the Michigan Central Railroad Company, at Augusta, Mich., my kidneys became diseased, and from an impoverished and Impure state of the blood, my general health wus entirely tmdermlnded. I consulted the leading physicians of this city and Ann Arbor, and all pronounced my case Bristol's disease. In October last, 1 began taking Hibbard's Rheumatic Syrup, and am to-day u well man. It affords me pleasure to render suffering humanity any eoodttiatl can, and 1 wish to say that I think It the greatest blood, kidney and liver medicine In X C K°LarzIlere,Agent II. C. R. R., Albion. Mich. Sold by all druggists. Prepared only by Charles Wright Medlclue Co., Detroit, Mich. i Opinion of a Lending E<llt»r. Almost all the diseases that afflict us from infancy to old age have their origin in a disordered liver. A really good liver medicine is the most important in the whole range of pharmacy. We believe Simmons Liver Regulator to be best among them all. We pin pur faith upon the Regulator, and if we could persuade every reader who is in ill health to btfy it, we would willingly vouch for the benefit each would receive.—Ed. Cin. Gazette. IltolS rnn't Sleep Xightg Is the complaint of thousands suffer ing from asthma, consumption, coughs, etc. Did you ever try Dr. Ackers English Remedy? It is the best preparation known for all lung troubles. Sold on a positive guarantee at 25 cents and 50 cents by John ston & Bro. The farmers, In their swamps, we're sure Could find the roots nnd plants that curer, If, b; their knowledge they only knew Kor just the disease each one grew. Take courage now, and "Swamp-Hoot'' try, ffbr kidney, liver and bladder ctmplalnts] As on this remedy you can rely. Beautiful, Delightful. Equal to any Imported Beer made. EDELWEIS! TRY THE LogaD sport Brewing CoiJ Edelweiss Beer, made from the best imported hops. the finest select malt to be had. Warranted Pure and On draught in all places to-day. OHI UTfAOQtTAINTED WITH THE GEOSHAPHT OF THE COtrafTS?, WILL OETAB MTTCffl- ir.T.rTA-RT.T! OTFOBMATION TSOM A STUDY OF THIS MA? O? MUCH VALUABLE OTFOBMATION rHOM A THE SSLAHB % PACIFIC RAILWAY, oliot, 0 rt,Mus HiwtdacLie, ijcurrt!^ vousuess, spaauj by l)r. Miles' Nervine »t B. liizint^.'. nor- ss'iiL'SS, cured "aiuples /re» Why will you cough when Shiloh's Cure will give immediate relief. Price 10 cents, 50 cents and $1. For sale by B. F. Keesling. 7 For sale by B. F. Keesling dwtf Shiloh's Cough and Consumption Cure is sold by us on a guarantee. It cures Consumption. For s& 10 by B. F. Keesling. 4 Syrup White Pine and Tar will im mediately relieve croup, whooping cough and bronchitis. For sale by B. F. Keesling jan25d-w4m Sleepless nights, made miserable by that terrible cough. Shiloh's Cure is tho remedy for you. For sale by B. F, Keesling. ^ 2 That hacking cough can be so quickly cured by Shiloh's Cure. We guarantee it. For sale by B. F. Keesling. 1 Croup, whooping cough and bronchitis immediately relieved by Shiloh's Cure. For sale by B. F. Keesling. fi Mononghala rye whisky at $3 per gallon, at Martin Bligh's, 305 Market street. febllwly Missouri Biver. TUB uirecE iiouro so ana. o-um^uitmsv.,, «"i'-iy..i^asi I ^^^n°^^l^^^ N A^^clS^it-^^^ ] and fnsm Chicago, CaldweU, Hutcmnson, and Dodge City, —_ -_—- ins Cara between Chicago, Wichita, and Hutchinson. Traverses new vaet areas of rich farming' and grazing lands, affording the best la of intercommunication to all -towns and cities eaat ana west, nui and southwoat of Caicag-o, e.nd Pacific and transoceanic Seaports. MACWBFICENT VE9TIBUUE EXPRESS TRAINS, entilatedpija* -*iEE BadJf"* 1 ,tweenChic _ _ _ ^ Chair North "flatter Nets","3«d bat-weea ChicaecT and "Colorado &prin«S>., andPucV.'o, via St. Joseph, or Kansas City and Topeka. Hotels U:trni8hin# meals.at seaaonablo nours) west of California Sxouraionss dally, with CHOICE.OF BOtJTES to Lake, Ogdon, Portland, toe Anersles. and .Sato Francisco. -LINE to and from Pike's Peak, Masitou, Garden of the Gods, tlie urns, and Sosnic Grandeurs of Colorado. VIA THE ALBERT LEA ROWTE, Solid Express Trains doily between Chicago and Minneapolis and with THROUGH Reclining Chair Cars <FKEE) to and from tbpse Kansas City, Through Chair Car ood Sleeper bet-ween Peona, a«d Sioux Palls, via liocfc Island. The Favorite I^ina to = M town, Sioux Falls, and trie Summer Besorts and Hu Grounds of the Northwest. THE SHORT tlNE VIA SENECA AWT) KANKAKEB offers travel between Cincinnati, Indianapolis, LaSiystte, nad Coun< Joseph, Atchison, Leavenworth, Kansas City, Minneapolis, ana For Tickets, Maps, Folders, or desired information, apply *° &ny Office In the United Statea or Canada, or address E. ST. JOHN, JOHN SEBASTIAN- GeneralHaaogar. OHICAtlo. It.,!.,. • Oen'lTicket & f**- * »

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