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   Dixon Telegraph And Herald (Newspaper) - April 11, 1872, Dixon, Illinois                                 .»'i' irk ' < 4. * •  J[>IKOif% Uil^IMCIiPS THOIHitiAYt APBIJUliaW«.  ÄÄJsa^  «Hl  ■Ät^. ____  —At Forwitoii tìie fiirmisfi «filmate the «•kilt of bis bniri And ibe on« who goét«  ^Tbe àmtN^ j9»rmU «ndortet Col. 3, ìL'BméAvf for Candidale tot Congrew, I»«trei7 apUittalaiUc maanef.  —à faft ofluikiber toas arrifed mi Oro-«mlhMa Bookford». whioh woiOd Indi-tlia» tha rt w optm  Ot^ Ji^ri^ iNte MMitalliattowii. DoUMiMoptecariy Item if »ftt,iftot doaaf  ^Kr. Brienoo, wIiom marrlaga wa an-MtoaillMOtiiaréay.lwabatB qnliaill Mi^IlM pan iwo waeka, bui Uno«  ..-tOlllsa Towaahtp baa toicd Ìlta bau-dolUurato balld a bridge om Iba «rtiak near Fraaklln Qfore. Libeiul and iSlirifflilnr_  -.^HHiglii fliokaa, Iba nurderer ot Flik« l^ikthttiigr* wUI ba Iba aubjcet of a teo-la TUlieft*a Hall, aail Boada?  bad a imll from Hr. Q. W. 8eat«y, •I Iba Konb Yermlllton Ohr&nid$ laal mmk. UapubliaheaallTeljpapardown  —Dr. Bardwell ba« recoTmd from bit lato tllaaaa and we are glad lo aee, out •gain and al bit office prepared lo fili «Hi.  —Horallo O. llowleilone of Ibeold •ilUera of Dlzoo, and for a score or more of years a clUsen of Willow Creek, called oa as the other day._  —Selb Orippen bas sold iiia property la Dlzon, and will remove lo a few dnja, to lliobigao, where he propone« to eoffsge la horticulture^_  --Frank Babbett founU his earthly ■Muslon, on Third street, loo near the tkf aad to hf dug away Ihe sand and lei it down to a more solid foondaUoa  —Milea J. Bmiden, member of IboTow ar Hoaso of Ihe Legislature, from ibfa ooaalyi bai* located in Rooholle. He haa baen elected Presldeal of the National Bank of ihal place._  —Tbe building on Ihe loi «parcbased bgrlbaCoaaly for the naw Jail» (Third  Mlb aide) la now QoL Dameni, Uie parcbaaer.  resiotad by  —Tbe Ornaba express toala bad a dam* aglag breakdown near Kelson, on Wed* aaartfiy of last week. Kobodybart, but «•ffaral ears were damaged.* A king bolt gafoway. * _  Tba Bieriing iStoadanl aaya Ibata man al Rock Falls was badly injnrea whilo laklag eare of a cow ; bul we presume that bo dkl noi *'iake care** of the oow, else ba would noi bave been hooked.  —Tbe Franklin lùporttt boaala of a fionlU Down ewe, which is owned by Mr W. H. Hausen, that haa had aixieen Jambs laaeTen years—alx in the pasl Iwo years, tbfaa al a lime.  ^We dassed burglary amuog the loca iadusiriea, and now comes the Bock Is-laad Argu*^ and saya il ought to be pro* tecled. To do so would not be a '*new  iaparlnre" If r. Arguiif  from Democrscv, would It  —Ilio cvtAmuabaflña anticeniing tbe MonbDIiw Scbool fs lo late lar Ibis  wmk, ;..  —Mm. Jas MtfUenttry loiendsto anke a boardlftf hmtse tif«Pri<f. Took«*« tSetnl* aary bulhltnir. ___  ^llr. Mtvìtmt^u» ék Minflkr, ara now baildlag a brick store esat of the poet office €10 First strn't.  x-Tboljuv OiHiiiiy Tvai'heni' laaittal« wbletimel at Amboytani week, was a saccewla cveiy purtlculsr, aa we learn from tlio rttwris «>f its prticfe^li^a  —Mr. 1 UtSmmtA start» fir tbe Bast toHBormw, fur the purpose «»f paraimslng goods for ibe firm whiaU bohia fbnbat tba Quaker OMy fltnre.  -J. H. Fairitk, tif this oky ftill from a baliaiB« at iioek Falla last week, af»d. bmk« a «wUar boa« aad rueaNad atwal olber braiMra He ta i»bi agala, bat nasi «ant blmarU tn baiidsgrs fur mamu time,  —Tba Prasliyi«;ry of Uuek RIvk^ will m«et at tbe Preabyterian charob, Tiieiday atfaing next. Sesilon will eoatlnae through Wednesday aad a part of Tbata-day. Preaeblng Taesday aad Wedaoday eveaiags. Pablio eonlially Invllaa.  —Osiaa Wheeler, noe of tba ohHaad marka of Dixob, socially, died at blq home laal Saturday. Mr. Wheeler waa alxiyyeanof sge last January aad bad been in 111 bea.th for aererai years paai. He waa a man that loved bla fullow maa and espeeially Ihu oppressed wouM be dc* fend wlUi all bla might.  t —There is a lively revolulloa la opera* lion now in ll^xlaN and the goterument troops have lately gaiued a great victory ovi r the insurgunts in a battìi^ before tbe city of Lttcati'cas ; In which Uve thousand wers killud and wounded. The gorera* meni troops nutubcrcd about 0,(MO and Ihe ruvoluiinuiftts fight thousand.  Monitoe llooK A LADoaa Co. I N«>. 1, Dixujf, April IM, 1872. | The following named memharaof this Compttiiy have l)een expelled, under Com-pttay*8 B>-Iiws, and ihtl^ naniea raporlcd to City CounuU to pay Poll tax:  J. Arnutrong, Jr., U H. Barkelt, J. Kentner, Ohaa. S. Miller.  A. J. PiaxHAM, Foreaian, Isa Lswii, 8cc*y.  LOCAL SLS0T10N4 IH LIB CODSTT.  The lUlawing are Iba aaaMa ot tlie towaablp oflleera aleeled ia Iba safstal «■wMafHai aoaaiavi^ Mta >tiiihMt» empt Uroe« beratoibra pabUaM araai taoeired:  Aifaov.—Siqwrriaor, F, R. Datcber; Towa Clerk, J. F. Taltt Asssssor, 0. H. Cro^«r; Oolleclor, O. F. W>rrlaar; Oaas. Hlgbwayai J. B. Tallle.  Bm4iNPoao.-«6uper?isnr, Ira Brewer; Town Clerk. T. D. WilliaaiaiMi; Colkdor, Ralph B. Bvetla} Coaalable, Joba F. Jasl; School Trustee, Wm. HL Paddock; Com. of Highways, B. 8baw andi. King.  Cbuia,—Supenriaor, Alva B. nicb: Towa Clerk, Joba Blocker, Assessor, 8.  —•The Rock Falls Pt^mt inlimatea that there isa lawyer In llils city holding two offices contrary to law. Don't know iaitbiak you are in orror. A lawyer woald not do such a thing as that, would ba _____  —The La Salle glaas works made 3506 boxes of glass in month with only elffbt **blowers^** and now it ocnars to us : Why would it not be profitable to turn the Dix on 8un into >i gissi» factory if "blowers' are the things most iietiUed.  —Underthe he»d nf «'»udclen death*' the Prophetstown íifiiké sadly mouros the death of a mule, and gives way to his futil-logs in a manner which would lead us to believe that if the editor had been personally present when the Jackasa expired,* be would have been hmdi Mnuáf  —The Polo Literary Society enjoyed a baaquet lait Friday eveniug, and Messrs. Btaitbaad Dodge and Mrs. Wortbinglon, •fibis city, entt>rittined our neighbors with songs on ih« O' uasion, According bi tbe PrM«, their baoquet must have been a grand affair, with thtfir hot pot-pies, sauer-kraut, onions and sponge cake.  —Messrs Boardman, Kipp, Hill, ^ o/., mm» up from the Swamp, the other day, wilba wagon load of duckaand geese, tea« Is also plenty oa the river. We bear marvelous stories of hunters' luck on tbe Illinois nver at ihe present lime. 4lood aponstoea hag huudreds »f ducks ia a atagle day*a hunting, and all kinds •fgame ate a^ndant.  —Forty-two yosrs ago ^.d^y Father DIxoa, pitched his tent at this point, tbe int while setUer la the vall^« Witbin tbii petiodfbe telegrmpb, ra|liDads,aad tba Repabllcaa party bave spraag lato bilag, doiaf BM»re for commeroa, eiviliaa-tieo liuaisnitjf, than any aad all agen-ales^t»mi¿r' t%t üw i4it^**jiik>n of tha  oamrofL raoeffiittnQt.  Prcieat, Mayor Í^^al^aad ÍM« Jadd» Briwa, KalM^»Waad» ÍBomiaB, Mous-aeaa« Walker aad RMfi.  The official bond of Auoi Qoodwin, as mraet CommlisloBer ol tbe Second Ward aad tba bond df J. A. Coalea, Street Comatlaiioncr of the Tbifd W«^, were sabmitled, and oa noUon of-Aid. Moaa* aeaa, tbe same waa approfad, aad ordc^ ed tied.  Hie Flaanoe Conaaue« reported back the billa ol TaLaaaapa amo Hmum» Ca.  and of M. U, WIHiaaia, for aar vice« as City Auoraiar, aaioaatlág la 1880, reoolnmeadhig tbat tb« ttm% b« al* Miwed. *  ▲Id, Browa moved that tb« lapattb« rmlftd, aad tba bUl al tb« fteaosani AM» HaaaLO Co. be allowed, aad an or» étt diaWa, abd Üie laotloa wai airrlad.  Ai lo Ibeblll of M. H« WUHaaib At* ioniai*a aervloes, Ahl. IftNiwa Kfad lo aaa-oaaearla tbarapoflalÜM CoìmbII-lee, aad Iba BMiloa wa« eairkid.  AM. Keli«j aiOT«d that tbabUlb« agala raferred lo tb« FlaaaoaCoaiMltl««^ and Iba aiolloa wat carried.  Tba patitlaa of Wat Caiani lia W. Lewis aad oib«n, for Iba abaitn«it út aaUAiioe, eaaaed b? tb« k««plag of beg« la a bog yaid la Ib^ a«lgbborb«od, owaed by J. T. Cheney, waa preaaaled.  AM, Browa moved that tb« petlltoa b« reoelted, aad tb« Health 0fl«er lakra«t> ed lo latailigaie the mailer of tb« wm» phiial, aad report al aest nM«tlBg} aa4 tb« niolloa waa carried.  J. H. Dowa'abUl, amoaattag lo I&88, (or building skiewalk, was pressated« and on motion of Aid. Walker, tbe tame waa ruferred lo the Sidewalk Commlttoi*.  Aid. Moaaseau called Iba attention of Ib« Council lo the daagerous coadltlon of a bridge oa Ih« Rock lalaad road, near the Fair Qroundt. •  Aid. Wood moved that the Street Com miasioner of the Third Ward ha Instruct oi to repair the bridge Immediately; and the motion was carried.  AI(U Brown moved thai the eontraetora for the building of a new Jail, be author l^d to occupy a portion oí Third street with bailding material, peovided they aball not atop tbe travel on iba» a^eet aad the motion was carried.  Aid. Brown moted that Iba lMnM ^ Instructod to enforce the ordiaaiiae la re move boxes, barrels and oth«ra obatraa-tíoaa from tba «id«walka, aad Cb«  aldewall;« ^ f^ pah ol  wvmm^ HBws mm BIO  Tb« Rock Islaod Argm glna tbe a«« mooa a puíf.  The Propbetatowa 8pUB$ wanla a pria« t«r.  B|lher, til« Beaaillbl Queen, bi now al Morrlio«; or wlll be aoon.  Wladanri Calarlo, baa a «alooa kepl bf Mésira Maibew A Mark; tbe barkeepa» are oallad I^ka aad Joba.  Tb« Chicago papen are in trontiS« abont ibelr watar «applvt Ibeir wbliky «applyaiillboldaoai.  TiMdaiaiHt ^rnm mn aplaal meningitis Ison tbedecreaielatM  «ly.  Franli^Seripter waa batty w«tad«d oil tb«1«g froÁ Ib« kl^ af a bbria al Bo-abalbi laatfNak.  AtíáttiniiaarabMb««a naotid alUii ▼lilittia Woodbatt. ib«l«ali9v«i|r(b«l —^üiira, . ,  'b« oiroaa wbleb ivaadalabMdlWdil« al Daf«iipaM,tawai imtill, baijHwlialb* MMUIMIM ügiMNr agiMiiA QaMarg.  Tba dtlü^lPaotbi M Mk ttbtad are bi adeipmia üiagl^ aboat ttMit Dall«dilal«i0aaffl.  Tb« P«afia baallb «ffioer reporta Ibil ib«r«lMab««ftll0«aie« of lOMai^pos la tbAI Ibbi ««laoa, wltb 18 daaiba.  Mr. Hanaoa Mlnkler, llt«ag a«ar Ro* «betti. INHI bsdly bart oa Siwdigr of lasi %«efet a« ba waa golag ta «baieb. Hla bnrriag« brnke.  Tb« tiSall« iVist adtliei Ib« «ity mar •bal 10 **ipot** Ih« Iblena ai Ib« depola of ibat cliy. It woaki ba well «aaaAb to ha ve au eya oa tbeai.  Wm. Browa, «lerb ta ib« fr«lgbt offic« of the Kortbweslera, at 0l«r1lag, waa so bsidly craabed la ooapUng can Uat waek thai b« dUMl tb« aame day.  Prut Agaasia comea lo tbe coacloMoa tbai tbe ooatlnent of Morth Amerlea w«É once covercd wltb Ice Ibr a mil« ta tbialir nesf.  A St. Iioula paper saya ihat Ziaac Por, of Capa Olrenieaa, aged 85 years,; baa lust be«a made a bappy fbtiier. Well, if bo beli«vea It doa'i dispute wltb bim.  Tbe Hoar? coaaty C2livaMiáttst**have it bad," for be saya tbat «'aearalgia ia pe» dKioa ia advaaoe." Wa bo|>« yoa wM fiad it ao woiae.  W. Relglei Collector, Joba Blaekar; Com. at Highways, Cvrus Thomas, Jnalioe, of Ihe Peaee, L. O. Fisb, CoosUhle, John Blocker.  BAar Gaova.—Supervisor, Ed, Friel; Town Clerk, Jsr. Foley; Asseaeor, Thoa. Sheeban; Collector, Wm. CaraahaB;Com of Highways, Jaa Dowaey, Constable, Calvin Johnsen.  Hamiltox.—Superviaor, H. B. Bmlth Town Clerk, J. A. Wilcox; Assessor, Bea nett Havens; Collector, John H. Dye Com. of Highways, J. D. Shaffer; Conata ble, J. H. Dye.  Lxa CaxTXR.—Supervisor, J. M. Card aer; Town Clerk, A. £. Ferre; Aasessor, Yolnef Blisü; Collector, A. K. Ferre; Com. of Highways, D. aad B. Sawyer, Constable, J O. Hodges; School Trualaee, 0 F. Ingals and Thos. Cray.  Mat.—Supervisor, Michael Mooney; Collector, Jaa. Fitzpatrick; Asaeaaor, H FiUpatricki (!om. of Highways, J. Conley School Truste«, John uennott; Clerk, M Dolon.  Mabiok.—Supervisor, L, N. WoodU; Town Clerk, £. W. Conderman; Assessor A. McCristal; Collector, M O. Malev Com. of Highways, M. Murphy.  Nbx*som.—Supervisor, Thoa. Clayton; Clerk, John McKinstry; Asseaaor, Sli|ah Walker; Collector, W. Cavert; Coat of Highways, U. Qrover.  8oaLBTTa.<-Supervisor, Thoa. 8. An* geir; Clerk. A. 8. Wilder; Assessor, 8. D. Iteoifl; Collector, Alva Salter. Com. of liighways, Qeorge Moloch.  SouTU Dixon.—Supervhior, A. Brown; Clerk, D. U. Raymond; Assessor, E. Oroh* Collector. J. MostoUer, Com. of Highways, Lewis MIrriman.  Willow Ckkex.—Supervisor, ' John Yetter; Clerk, B. F. BUsworth; Assessor, C. M. Baoou; Collector, Robert Wells; J. P., H. a. Hewlett; ConslaUea, Robert Wells, Ceo. Beamer; Com. of Highways, J.:c Hewlett; School Tm8tee,''Adam Mil* ler.  WTOMmo.—Supervisor, O. W. Bryant; Clerk, John Hardlar. Asaeasor, Wm. Mo-Mahan; Collector. Bern. Warriner; Co», of Highways. A Preniioe; J. P., Wbl Merrill; School Trustee, h. H. Flagg.  HAai«>a.--Sapervisar, Lewis HuUia-ger; Towa Clerk, H. a Siefkin: Asssssor, Cbas, J. Hosebrook; CoUedor. JaaM« LMr, Coas. of^ffigbways, Tboaaa Satioa«  pAi^Mnu—Saparffaer,Edwaid Hugbee; Towa Clerk, C. B. Tbuouael; AMemor, Wsltf* . J. Sic^eaA.  laotMtt ibat Ell Lloyd ba appolated Street Comaüsaloaar of lb«  FouHb Ward.  Ahl. Btara moved ibat U. Remmers ba allowad la lab« oat a Haease of Iba Seaoad Ibr Iba sak of ^por, ^atll lb« first day ot Jaly aexl; aad tba aatloa was carried.  Aid. Wood moved Ibat the Mayer b« aalborlaed to employ aa Alioraey to at* tend to city c««ea la bla dlscreiioa; aad the motion was carried.  On moiion Coanoll A^^raad.  J.C Aiaa^CityCkfk.  Baaaui»: IImmA yoar mémià'mmmt^ frm dftfttbttfseelted libi ^t» fMbllshed 1 Cbieagoi wbl«b wlU b««f murreit to your many tkrmer lábfejrfbeti Holding tbrj ■lay aot ass aay other tbaa **Asbtoa*  W. aAaoiiDt. «*Binm0t.«4t Is lim« ibai iay bini« ^t^bf ififm trad«  •bottid lb iMf»i8Ìlabiuiié oMit«» the spring mab«, «ad 1^1« a good idèa io •üTlIÑfl. TbbiméNilliKlsiiaiidWarm, ai|d a fhw sasii dbya wBl nnba |t aaprt>f-lubleiathlproH io ibto niarHet» la oaf  l^lawfttm  tbmii mimmm]m - fw ^  ■iprnèpmmm IÉ'1I«w  mmámv -mké'im ütt HMiid um  Asblaa Dairy, aad tb« ral« ts on« aaa^a loai^iidof biitii^. 'ni«b«HpacMì im tbb«priag te Iba ÜMk tab, nada of asb, amalsg la lai« of Ibi««, tb« madia« sbn bclanproIbrHid. Paflk al Iba daSr^f and never al tb« ilorsb Md l«l tb« color baaalfona.**  Tb# liffettl t^ In the wodd baa beta aomiHeied In Blmtagbaak II b slKiai ^"^^^T^fMl'Wi^lM^ MMÌWÌ  bi tfiaaailbrfaoe» aad weighs ofcr slxly Ions.  Tb« Dtiiiecrabi of Toib tMMùMmm Pa., bava «l««ied two oommNI mm as lata •oMasllaisa,aaitba tmmi^^mMiBim. Tbsf i«|isiilasaa iafriifsiM^|b«lf palaat  David Uaioa^ of iteiStaa «aaaif, IMs oblafaied a verdttet agaian 0^er  wood, bi tba Marloa «rualaid aaarl, te $1,750. Uaderwood aedncad 14aloa*a  DUOIf LYCBUM.  Tbe usual omeangoflba Society waa bMt Friday evealag, Mr. Hallae aettag a« Cbairssaa.  Tbe following resolalloa was selected for dlscussioB on Friday, April 19th:  /¡Mf«i,—That any person who has once occupied the position of Preskleai of tbe United Statea should be ineligible for a second term.  A warm discaasion f ^Itowed on tbe temperance law—i. e., whether it is just and aqaHahle. Decided negatively by Mr Splelman, who aeted as Chairman during tbe discussion.  The Alabama claim queation is on the Upis for next Friday evening.  J. A. Lmitd, 8e«*y.  —The following Is a compliment as b a compliment, to our fellow dtlsen. Judge Eustace, coming as it does, fronui dia-laaca, and aot iatended as anvtbing but businesa. It is a resolution pi aifd at the laat Tawn Meeting in Colonu, Whiteside countr. We copy from Ihe itock Falls Pr0grttr,  "On motion of J. A. Patterson, it wsa resolved that the Supervisor beinstruoUKl to secure tho written opinion of J. V. Eustsce In relation to certain (bnds donated to the town of Coloma by the Board of Supervisors—a part of a certain S wainp Land fund-and a report to a special town meetln«.  —It is sad lo think how buHy d«ath*a fingers have been within the past Ibw years among the active, early sellers of this city and vicinity. We readily caU to miad the names of Msjor James Sterling, Dr. J. B. Nash, James McKenney. James Moore,Col. BiUaNoble. A W.Pitts. A. L. Porter, Fred Coe and Oxias Wheeler all of whom were nearly the same age, settled here about tbe same time, were vrarm personal trienda, and closely Id^ Hfied wltb the early history and growth of thhi section. Tbe mar« ia«itk>a of tbese aaaiea will awakes aaMag a large ebiss of our reader^ mlagled feelfage pleasura and sadnees.  laaae S. Day, a leading aisr^aal4^ Cbl cago,sbot bimself tbroai^ tba head wlib a plMol oae day laat wedi. tasaal^ was tba cause. Mr. Day was of the ina of Day,|^9a,dlCo., aad bad aceamalaled alar^lirlaae, bai bavlag losi beavlly ia Ibe ^Mire bis laaaoa was delbr^sed aad he Inaglaed bbaMlfa paaper, «1 tboagb teaUy he bad pl«aiy of pr<^«fl? lefi trotti Umi cwiaAsf ratloi.  wlfr.  A Dafaitb elargysMta, taklag bia t«x fram tèa nospal aoaordiag lo St DaaU Joba, aaaoaacea ibai **we ara a aatloa «f draakaids.*' Tbat*s goodeaalf; pass se botale. (Hlc.)  Tba aties of Rocklord aad Freeport bave dono quite a lively pasaeager busi aeas belweea eaob other la abippinga poor womaa back and fbrtb durlag the past week.  Mrs. Oliver, of Lyon, Ky., bae |ast accomplished frMir children, two pairs, all of whom are alive and well. In 1809 she had three of a kmd at one birth, girls two of whom survive.  Andrew Shamaa« maaaglag aditor of the Chicago Jourrud has purchased aa elegant residence at Evanston, so we learn from the Jimti Qhul to learn offrtead Bhuamn'a prosperitv.  Aa Indianapolis police oll^r attempted to arrest a skunk on Wednesday morning; Th9 pole cat resisted, and the poliocaiaa has been shampooed six times a day since then.  Tbe Aarora Bsoesa says that b«Ci« tbieveaare committing depredalloaa la several neighboring towns, and seem to have good success in getting off with their booty.  Mrs. Paul Newtr>o, ot Prophetstown Whitaside County, undertook to blow her biaios out with a pistol huii week, but was not saccessAil, as tbe ball did not succeed la finding the brsln.  One of those young ladies who acquila a pleaslag aotoriety br earryiag reptilea about la their stomachs, has appeal in Sedalh^ Mo., and her claim for glory is founded on a liaard five hicbes long.  A Deaatur man hss a jar of Jelly mad« by Martha Washington, the wifo of the Father of his Country.—So says aa ex-obMige. This Is «"Uaporiaat. If in^,*' for It tòows conclaslvely that Mm W. bad no eblldrim.  We beHeve it is not yet setM aMber a certaia ^pU la Ihe Rocklbrd Séailaary test wlator Is a boy or a i^ri. Tbe Rock ford BtgitUr asys he was a i^rl, »ad the Beloll Pm ¡*rm Is certain that «A« is young ama.  Maria ¥aa Hon, af Patierooa^ K. J. oa Wedaesdsf eveaiaa, soi|i«sBed all ber playaalea ia Jaaiping the rope 4i0 tUaea la sioseeeloa wliboat slopplim for breath SIM aoored tit« 400 Jumps, boi died oa yes-i^sds^.  t ".'nrn,,-  ..»-if-  li-^t  LAT«ST STViiaa  OWY  if.' *  4fc  Imk, JlmiMui, làWuub Ojui^P^  suooeai. Tbeiblag wblub bÉwáHhkmá maü ba?« MMi or flia Urg« ad-venlslag a^ll «Y«aiaal1y do It more b«m' tbaa goo^ It yoo ba?o aay thing wblob yoa baow lob« good|ai»itVAhiilt/Uiwi^ g, aad yoa will ba «afa toaaoooedi tt ft is^^ poor, don't praiae It, for people wni sooa discover you are lying.  Such Is Ihe prlloy ot tb« Burlington Route, wblob rúa» lo three great regloaa In tho West I tal, lo Oiaaba« cooaeftlng with III« graat'PaolileMaada 8d,loLiiH coin, the eaplul of Kebrsfka, knd all tbal beauUlbl cègloa soathof Ihe l^ktt«, filled wfobail.laadsaaéboa»6staads. 8d,To SI. Joseph« Sasasa Cflyoód all E«asas polais,  Tbe roads ara splaodldljr bullt^ bava the best bridges, finest cars, tbe Mfller pla^ form and ooaplor, aad iba ssfofy air brak^ (to ptàveai Iba loia of lllb * that Is «very where else bappoalag); Palhttab*» al««^ •rs, Pallàiaadlalago|ts,bM«0MÌ9flnri^ All «agía«« <la aMiba qaiek HIM mé ooaaoolloaa^aad Or« Ut a wM Iba beai equipped reads la Iba Weal. So ibal II  ■fu .IflAuMHii^  trilft 'tettiiilit. aad a laig« BMi|i,^owl8f oormli 9r«alWaM,Mid all ibi nttlbad ^oomo* tham, okft óblala ib«»» aad cuboi kM>#i«di^ by •ddfürtag 0itt«fal Pa«» •eag«r Agaat, E * Mo. 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