Indianapolis Evening Minute in Indianapolis, Indiana
2 Nov 1885

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2 Nov 1885

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Indianapolis Evening Minute (Newspaper) - November 2, 1885, Indianapolis, Indiana Riili Linnra two lives. F to nudge Stott of Lulam aos la a Blob Lap Orr of naw Toroc. Cor. Chicago trib aae. The new i Ork papers turn off in ten lines till will context of Winifred Austin before the surrogate though under that contest us masked a strange family history. Tite Money now grappled for was earned by a Pian who illustrated in a most remarkable degree the possibility of living two ures absolutely separated from each other in one City on this Little planet. The will now in contest is that of the widow of an old Sci Tab importer of linens who a cum ated a considerable Fortune in that business Aud then augmented by shaving notes. The name of the testator is Winifred Austin. The importer died in i87ii, Leavi Uii to her personal property to the amount of $800,000 and a House on West Twenty third Street in which he had lived for Many years and bad reared a Large family. Down town on Cedar Street where he had Bis Osce he was known As William Hutchinson. None of his business acquaint faces suspected him of being married or of having a family. was regarded As a Rich Thrifty old Bachelor by All Bis business acquaintances. West Twenty third Street where he Long resided with his family he was known As Wiliam Austin in Church he was known As Austin on the Stock Board As Hutchinson. travelled with his family As Austin but his pass was made out to Hutchinson. His family moved modestly in society and he with them and a everywhere he was known socially As austins except my the club where he was Hutchinson. This remarkable dissemble died ten years ago the age of seventy Iive leaving a million of Money a widow five sons and a daughter. His will was presented for probate Early in 1875, and devised and bequeathed the estate Quot to Winifred Austin who resides Ziy House no a Twenty third Street in this cite Quot to be held entrust for her during her life the income to be applied to the use of herself and children Quot and on her death the property shall be divided among he r five sons and her daughter Quot in such proportions she might by will designate. This will was dated april 4,1s71. Early in 1874 he executed a codicil and his attorney who had served him professionally Tor Many years then Learned for the first time the True relation of the parties. The codicil read whereas 1 have named a sole executrix of my last will and testament mrs. Wini item Austin i now wish to declare that she is Aud has been Ever Siace our cohabitation my True Aud lawful wife and the six. Children named m my will Are my la us children the name Quot Austin Quot having been retained for reasons of our own. By this codicil a son and grandson were Given a life estate in the shares devised to them the property to go to the children on Thor death. These parties contested the will but was overwhelmingly that the testator Wah and of sound mind and the Wui was admitted to probate. Last summer the widow died having like the Chi Ciren retained the name of Austi i. By the Power of Given her in or. Hutchinson she willed one Hall of the property to the daughter and distributed the rest in fractions among the More or less worthless sons. They contested Aud is this contest that is Eudina. The most remarkable fact connected with this Case is that Hitchin som lived this double life in this City for More Tuan half a Century when he died his eldest son was fifty one years old and the next was forty six but these two old boys and their mature Brothers and Sisters supposed that they were unadulterated austins and do not seem to re ? to have suspected that they had a enterprising and acquisitive relation naut d Hutchinson doing a Good Deal of business in Cedar Street with his Gilt i Ign of Over the sidewalk. Making Tea. How is prepared by some of the Eastern nations. Chamber journal. The Hunnas Himalayan natives drink Tea which comes from China in Small packets made up of the Large leaves Small branches seeds Etc., forming a mass re in ced to the smallest possible size by pressure Aud rendered some Iiames still snore compact by a slight addition of sheep blood. The Hunnas travel great distances living Only on Tea and what the Hindoos Call Sutton that is flour made from roasted Beans or peas. To prepare the Tea they boil the leaves for some hours All night in fact if they Are in Damp in a Small earthen spot then they pour out the infusion into a Large Basin full of hot water adding some Salt and clarified butter ghee if Thev happen to have . Ail these naturally make a kind of soup and the native can live on several months and undergo severe fatigue without taking any other nourishment. Quot the method adopted by the mongols and other tartar tribes for the preparation of Tea in bricks ,&Quot says Johnson in his Quot chemistry of common life Quot Quot is be sieved that which extracts from the leaves the greatest amount of nourishment. They scrape the Tea into Fine powder and boil in the alkaline water of the Steppes adding some fat and Salt after which they pour Oti the liquid leaving the Deposit. They drink Twenty even forty glasses of this liquor in the Day mixing in some Honey and butter with a Little roast meat but with Only a Little milk instead of the meat they can subsist Many weeks with this i Ink for sole hew York japanese Bank. A financial institution conducted by gentlemen of the Orient. Kew York world. is perhaps known to very few people that there is a regular japanese Bank in the City with every facility for the trans action of a banking business the Sale of Bills of Exchange and letters of credit the Purchase of specie Etc. But such is the Case. The gentlemen connected with this Bank Are All natives of Japan and men of intelligence and refined with Ali acc a courteous bearing noticeable in the higher class of the people a of China and Japan. Thev Are highly educated and several of them speak English fluently. They have also adopted the dress and habits of cultivated Ameri a cans. The Bank which is a Branch of a Large banking institution in Jat an is Quot mainly supported by transactions with japanese merchants engaged in the import or Export Trade. Its offices form a part of the suit of rooms occupied by the japanese Consul and that gentleman himself exer fesses a supervision Over affairs to see that everything is conducted in the interest and to the credit of the government Quot whose commission he bears. The head office of the Bank is Yoko Burna Japan in what is known As the Minami Kak Adora go chome of that City. The Bank has also a Branch office Bish a Ops Gate Street London England which is conducted in the same manner As in this a ity. The institution was established tinder government auspices to facilitate Trade and Commerce Between Japan and foreign countries and in this has been lug big t we founded about six tears ago and the Agency in this cite has been established for five years. The paid up capital of the Bank is 3,000, will be admitted is an ample capital and Reserve and corresponds in Money resources to some of the largest financial institutions in this country or Europe the directors of the Bank Are Well known gentlemen of Means and influence residing in Japan. Tokuro Hara is president and other influential officers Are nag Atene Boma Bozemon Kimura and Tsunejiro Saku Rai. The manager of the Bank is r. Kimura and the assistant manager. Saku Rai. The profits of the Bank since was first established have been Large while All the funds of the institution Are securely invested in first class securities. the last Semi annual report of the Bank on the 3ist of december a dividend was made the rate of 4 yen per share on the government shares and yen per share on the general shareholders shares. Bridal couples the White House. Philadelphia record. From six to Twenty couples visit the White House daily. The president has resolved to revive a custom once prevalent there and to present a few Choice Flowers to each Bride who Calls upon him. The necessary orders have been Given the conservatory but is not known How the cd Stop will be carried out. In former times the brides had to inform the i Resi Dent that they were brides. The markets. Ixia Mahoua nov. 2. The Grain markets Chicago Are fluctuating having advanced nearly one cent from the opening but the Advance was mostly lost toward the close. Seaboard markets Are fairly firm. Chicago Board of Trade will hold no session to Morrow on account of election. Local Trade is quiet and not much stuff moving. Prices Are steady. The produce Market shows a slight improvement in tone not that paces Are any higher but still a somewhat firmer feeling prevails. This is particularly noticeable in potatoes for which there is considerable inquiry. Buyers have about made up their minds that potatoes have reached Bottom and Are preparing to Lay in their supplies Quot on the ground As they All take this notion about the same time we May look for an Early Advance in Price. Extra Quot fancy i apples Are in Good request and bring figures above our highest quotations. Pawpaw Are wanted and would meet with ready Sale. Indianapolis Grain Market. Wit eat no. 2 red 92 a no. 3 red 89c re Jecies s3c a Merchantable 84c to vember 9 5 no. 2 red .s7c. Corny no. 2 yellow. 42o no. 3 yellow 86c new no. 4 yellow 32340 no. 2 mixed 41c naw no. Mixed o5c new no. 4 mixed,30&.tc Tiwi sound ear 3cc no. 1 yellow 40c no. 2 yellow 40c new no. 3 Yellowish a new no. 4 yellow Fly ii no. 2 , 39>ic new sound ear 25c. no. 2 mixed Sun Merchantable 21c no. 2 White 28c no. 2 mixed -25 4c rejected 24o a Merchantable 22c Kik no 2, 60c bid. Lina-n�?ni.50 asked a bid. Luvs Choice timo1hv,-n2 bid no. 1 Timothy 111 bid no. 2 Timothy sales. Receipts Lor the last 24 hours 17 carloads wheat 18 Corn 4 Hay 9 Oats. Indiana oui floor Market. Patent a,.5.50 extra fancy .eo@4.a5 fancy $4.3n tr4.50 Choice .?4.10 a4.25 family 3.7s�-t.oo treble extra 3.3o a3.50 double extra �3.10@3.20 extra $3.00@3.10 superfine lf2.t0@2 85 lice $4.50 0 2.65. Abele Sale Fresno Market. Potatoes steady ?1.00@1.25 per bbl. Sweet potatoes Home grown .$1,50 per bbl., Baltimore $2.00@2.50 per bbl. Philadelphia Jersey $2.75 n3.00 per bbl. Beets�?$1.2�@1.50 per bbl. Cabbare�?75c@.il.oo per bbl. For Choice in shipping order. New turnips�?$1.00 per bbl. Ctr cumbers pickles 10ig 20c per Hundred. Celery�?25@30c per Doz. Onions�?$2.25 for red $2.25 for yellow per by. Spanish $2@2.25 per crate. Hubbard Squash Vic per barrel. Apples Market Well stocked .$2.00@2.50 for Choice fancy $1.50@2.00 for Choice .$l.00@1.50 for common. Crab apples $1.00 per Bushel. Quinces�?$1.25@1.60 per Bushel. Cranberries Cape cod dark $3.00 per crate Cape cod Light $2,50 per crate $7.00@00 per bbl. As to Brand. Grapes Concord 3>i@4c per la. Delawares 5@8c Catawba 8c in Small package. California pears $3@3. per Case. Grapes Tokay $2.g0@3per Case of 40 la. Quinces $2.22.50 per Case. Plums $2.0 �2.50 per Case of 20 lbs tropical fruit go oranges Jamaica $8 per bbl Iio Siasa 6.00 per bbl .$2.50 4.00 per cose Lemons Messina fancy 300s, $4.50@5.00 3608, 5.00 5 5.50 fancy Rodis cases .1i7�7.50. New London figs 18c London layer 4 boxes .$1.25 Honduras raisins very fancy $3.50 per Box. Malaga grapes $5.00@5 50 for 25 la. Keg $t.00@ 7 50 for 45 la. Keg. Bananas $1.00 92.00 per Banco As to size and Una Lite Annta .50@4.50 per 100. Peanuts firm Quot Star Quot 5>i@55ic Stag ii a .60 extra picked Virginia 6c% Quot owl Quot 7c Quot game cock Quot chestnuts .$3.00 per Bushel. Hickorynuts�?75c ner Bushel for Small 50@g0c for Large. fro Tiloa Market. Jobbing prices sugar cured hams Effii amp Loc cottage Ham Quot be liable Quot brands none in Market English breakfast Bacon Quot billable Quot Brand 10c end list shoulders Bacon Clear sides medium 7jic backs 734c dried beef 12c family Clear pork per barrel 200 pounds $11.00 bean pork Clear $12.50 lard pure Kettle rendered in pierces 7 in half barrels a Advance on pierces Bologna in cloth 4c skin 6c. Pop Ltd butter beet and Buggi. Poultry hens 6c chickens 6c roosters 3iic turkeys you ii 7c geese $5.00 docks Yong 6c per Pound. Butter weak fresh Dairy 12 gl4c Choice Roll fresh country 6 or 8c common country 4@ 6c. Eggs Active 17c, loss off Selling from store lbs. Games Mallard ducks .$2.75 g>3.00 per Doz. Teal ducks $1.75@2 , f4-50@5 Quail $1.75 2 Venison saddles 17 a.l8c rabbits ?1.25 per Dezen squirrels $1 a 1 25 per . Llvy Stock. Timon Stock Yards nov. 1.�?cattle�?kecelpts, 150 shipments 100. Market steady former quotations. Eastern advices Are better and indications favor an Advance. Choice shipping grades.$4. Medium to Good shipping grades.4.i common to fair shipping grades. 3.11 stockers common to Good. 2.5i Choice cows and heifers.3.3 medium to Good cows and heifers.2.41 common cows and heifers.1.7i Veals common to Good.3.1 bulls common to Milch cows.$20.00 40.00 hogs receipts ,000 shipments 2,000. Market Active saturday prices closing steady. Select Light.$3.50.55 medium Light and heavy. 3.45.50 common Light. 3. Bonghs.3. Skips and grassers.3. Sheep receipts none shipments none. Mar quiet and unchanged. Spring lambs.$3. Boice grades clipped.3. Good clipped.2.71 common clipped.1.75? Bucks per iead.3.0003.00 by Telegraph. New Yolk nov. 2�?12 a november 93%e asked december 96 0 asked Janu auary 98%c asked february $1.00 asked. ,51%c december. 50c february 4gc. Oats november 31c asked december 32<c january 33 a. Philadelphia not. 2.�?12 a Cash to my cd Muary ner Embar december 930 93e. Con cub 49%�60c Judnary november. De Cember february 4594gc asked. Oats Cash 35q37c january 35h�s6c november 35�35 a ,85>i038e. Rye none. Bau Xou. Not. 1�?1 spot 91092c november 91c bid december january 95e february,973c. Corny quiet year 45@45%c january 44>cbid.j . Louis not. 2�?12 -november, 93%c december May corny Cash 36kc bid november �450 bid year 33ic january 2%c bid May,35%c cob Corn november 23 Juc bid. Oates Cash 23%c november bid year 23jic bid december 2ixc bid ma.y29%cbid. In Ioapo nov. 2.�?12 , 85%c december january 87c May,94%o. Corny november 3<jc year 37ic january 3tic. Oats november 25%c december 20c May 29-%c. Toledo nov. 2�?12 00 -Active, steady Cash 940 november 940 december 95j<c May �1.03. Corn quiet Cash 43c asked november 40ic Vear Stic january 6j4c May 389ic. Oats Dull Cash,26>c november 2 May 31 . By Sabto. Quot Liverpool nov. 2.�?wheat Dull poor demand Supply Large Winter 7b old 7s 3d Spring 7s ld@7s 3d California 7s@7s 2d club 7s 3d<a7s 5d. Corn quiet poor demand 4s pork 5ds. Lard 31s 3d.arthur Jordan a wholesale produce merchant and shipper of poultry butter cheese eggs Etc. S. W. Corner Maryland and Delaware streets. Husk sifts. Inion Boisr Cj-7 Brand opera House o monday tuesday and wednesday evenings november 2, 3 and 4, tie comedians to right j i to Hight the ladies. Robson Crane As the two Delos bios in a magnificent production of Sbat Speare a Quot comedy of under the direction of or. Brooks. Eric ending in c , , elaborate Ness and arts Etc Worth any Effort that has heretofore been made in the Way of Shaks parian comedy. The most gorgeous Scenic i in Luies Ever presented of the stance. Jiffy prices boxes sofa a a Barisand Parquette i Arquette Circle a Viress Circle reserved 75c dress Circle 50c gallery 25c. Next the a evening a touts the pih8t aka Only 0ne-ce in in Lana 2 gives All the towns and cities of the 3 state an eau to advantage As the Price is in very Herie one cent a copt he evening a minute enlarged four time3 sincecit8establisfamentcles8ithan a year ago and Auw Baring a guaranteed cd Rcd Flat a on eight thousand copies a sold everywhere thou clout the state a uniform Price one cent a , Al a manufacturing seats.50c in the Best portion of the House a rec. I Amily . Jar 10c.gallery Joc three rights and wednesday matinee Commac ing monday november 2. Appearance of. The Queen of comic opera Catherine Lewis in a new four act comedy drama entitled circus i been. October 5, 6 and 7�?nat tic Odwin Iii Sical Absurdity office open for Sale of seats from a. In. Until 9 zoo. J. 1. Smith. . Kelly. Manager treasurer . to . One week. Lida amp Abdner female mastodons and burlesque company in conjunction wit Billy Arnold specially co Pauy. 30.artists.30 Advance in prices. Matinees Taes Day thursday and saturday. Indianapolis lecture course. Fourth season 1885--80. Tie course Vrillo in Iveden Sedny ere. Nov. 1 nov 11�?p. Burka a. xes a York in his adaptation of Dickens tale of two cities. Nov. 25�?rev. A. A. Willetts probable dec. 9�?major h. Dane. Dec. Ifim mrs. Mary a. Livermore. Jan cd Lieut. , the search inv sir John Franklin. Jan. 20�?harvard College quartzite a with e. A. I , Reader. Feb. .1�?miss Nella v. Brown. Feb. 17�?\v1llcarlet0n, author of farm Tui lads Etc. Marcha the Rock a and the till family of English Ballad . Larch 17�?rev. Dewitt talmage.ewele10 North Pehu Sylvania spree mass Iii Marrs society am Sci tool Balges made to order. We do Thebes jewelry Bei Cairins in tie City. Faultless and invincible i5ase burners. Early breakfast stoves and ranges. The a has become the favorite medium a Fob a Small advertisements As a wants. For Sale. Heat or,exchaa4ee� others of a mis Eilau a amp Fracter we Lii Are inserted Halfac a word and Are read by twi n v u 0 u a n d k 0 l e. pays everybody to advertise in Tua Biinte and those who try once never fail to become regular patrons of and ver Lisins a Clutts. A a he by minute Beconi e Puli and in such general demand thut arrangements became necessary f of faster press Fiu Litie. Al is nov printed on the Only vol pres. In Olis Cai of 15,000 copies an hour and has reached a guaranteed circulation of eight thousand copies a Dav the evening . W. Mcouat not. 61 and i j West Washington Street. Has gained popularity in Kouhout the state by reason of reliable Market rep0rt8, As Wei As by general characteristics of condensation newsine.s-, spiciness and in de Indence. is liked everywhere and circulation is daily increasing. Course tickets.$2.50 l or Pale Plymouth Church. Seats reserved for each lecture on the monday preceding the lecture o Avenue rink. Open every week Day. Sessions morning afternoon and evening. M us i c every evening Aud saturday afternoon. College Avue rink tuesday a kill november 3, Polo Polo Polo Cul pers is. College avenues. Ladies free All times. A How ?b0cb88. The Hendricks trass and treatment cares rep tire in 30 to 90 Days. We will forfeit $100 for a Case we fail to cure. Enclose stamp or Call for printed matter. De. w. a co., 7� East Market Street. Indian apus. Keimi Stoh Ahdab Type iritis. Unequalled for ease of Man ipod Latini. Rapid wrung try Sliwi Puckitt and Dora butty. Shamans a Benedict . New York steam dental go. Teeth extracted without pain by use of vitalized air or not toys oxide of Gas which is perfectly harmless and a Rees with All conditions of the system and a restorative in fainting. Teeth extracted Plain 25c without pain 50c, Gold fillings $1 anti upwards. Silver and amalgam fillings 50 and 75c. Teeth from h. A of $8, $8, $10 to $50 per set. All _ _ _ kinds of the King dental work in the state reduced prices. All work warranted As repress Euid. Rooms i Ald 4 grand opera House Indianapolis. A. P. 0erron, manager. Office desks a actor prices. 150 styles of desks and tables Jbf your desks tie factory Anil save one profit. Indianapolis Cabinet go., head of Malott Avenue Quot iirnupiioffs48 Sis. Railway Jime Tabis. Baim a Civ Odinas Aramada ran train a married Thoj r. O., a Cuning Chari Thos. A 8�eep�r Tina p., parlor car thua. H., hotel car. . 0. E., mme depart . T. And Boston xxx. Daily a. 4 00 a Dayton. Springfield and k. T. Rx., .10 00 a Anderson and Michigan expresa.11kk aaa Wabash and Muncie xxx. Daily.3 50 pal Ever York Aud Boston s., .7 10 a Brior Twood division. Daily. 4k 0am. Dopa daily.10 10am. 3 50ptt 05bm .7 10 arrived Louisville new Orleans and . Lonia express daily a. .0 40 a Wab Aeb . Wayne and Muncie express beaten Harbor and Anderson s.-06 a Boston Indianapolis and son thera . 5.-is a veer York and Lonis by. Daily a. .10 16 a Bai Abt room Nitia Iota. Daily. 6 40 am.6 spa Dally.10 45 am. 60pa daily.11 25 am.10 1� a Dally.2 00 Cicada Natl Hasum a Ladia Tapelu. , Dayton and Toledo. 4 a cin., Dayton Toledo and new York. a Cincinnati Dayton Toledo and Kew York express.6 45 a arrive. Cin Ciccati Peoria and .l____11 53aa Cincinnati accommodation. 6 in Cincinnati. Pc iia and . Louis lorb a . Lala Srpoui . Loans and Cusac c1sc1sat nisl0j. Depart. Cincinnati and Florida fast line daily And A. 4 00 a Cicci Zucati Rushville and Columbas acccmmodation.11.10 am Cincinnati and . Louis mail C____3 s6pn Cincinnati accommodation daily.6.56 a arrive. Indianapolis accom., daily.10 5saa Chicago Aud . Loais Hail C.11 45 not ird Panapolis and Lafayette accom____4 56 Chicano and . Louis fast line daily 8. And .10 46 a Chicago division. Depar Lafayette and Wabash by. A. 7 10 am Chicago mail C.12 a amp of Fayette accommcdaticn.6 10 Chicago Peoria and Burlington fast line daily s., r. C.11 10 a arrive. Cincinnati and Florida fast line daily And a. 3 35 am i Lafayette accoirmodation.70 66 am South Bend and Indianapolis 10 56 am Cincinnati and Washington mail 3 45 Ciccinati and Loni Sitlie 6 43 a a a amp Page . Loo i Aad Flat Barf. Depart a. A Philadelphia waa Hinton Baltimore and Pittsburg . Daily 4 30 Ayton and Columbus ex., except sunday.11 10 am Richmond accommodation. 4 0 k. Y., Philadelphia Wash Urton Baltimore and Pittsburg sex. Daily s., a. 4 55 a arrived Richmond a. Tcept Sun. 9 40 am k. "sc., Philadelphia Washington Bahi More and Pittsburg sex. Dally .11 45 am Columbus and Dayton sex. Except Sun. 4 35pm k. Y., Philadelphia Washington Baltimore and Pittsburg sex. Daily.10 20 Chicano Piv. Via Kokomo to a c., and . L. B. A. Denany Louisville and Chicago ex., . 11.is am Loni Adilje and Chi. Vast sex. Dally e. .11 00 a arrived coif. And Louisville fast express daily. 4 00 cacti acid Louisville . P. A. 3 36 old amp Tabath a of hic Begaii a a Lirar. Over the Bee lire depart. Ind Polis and grand rapids sex. 4 00 am Michigan express. .11 05 am Louisville and Wabash express. 7 10 Pra arrive. Wabash and Indianapolis sex. .11 25 am Cincinnati and express____205 Indian Rolls and . Louis express. .10 15 Eva Atville and Terre Hants bail Row a. Via Vandalia line. Luigi Anapolis. .7 .30am Quot Quot parlor car daily. 12 Rio m Quot daily except sunday. 4 q0pm Quot seeping car Dally 10 45 arrive Indianapolis. 3 s0anj Quot Quot Iain get ept sunday. .10 00 a a. .4 15 Phi via i. 8 cd . L. By. Leave daily.10 e0 daily except sunday 5 30 daiy. 11 55 am ,.t 10 am Arne Ichii Anskolis .3 45am i i Atiye except sunday 10 00 am. 3 .6 25 Sott a a a. Cibic Saati Aad a a Giitl �5ailrsa4. Leave Indi Arapos la Bee line Botna Aan. Ital fort Wayne .11 00am s-.50pa leave blofltoo.12 03 am 6 50 leave hartford.12 58 7 41 a leave Muncie.3 57 9 23 a arrive Indianapolis. 6 la up Kobe Bwana. Leava Indianapolis. 4 00 am 1 10 am leave m Uncle. .6 00 am 1 15 a leave h Artford. 6 am 200 a leave Loffon. 7 s0am 58 a arrive fort wavne.8 s0am 400 a Indiana Blooml Agob and we a. A Coria division. Depart. Pacific express and mail.8 15 am Kaifas and Texas fast line r. C.6 10 Pra Eurlis Gomi and Rock Island express Deily. R. Ard 8.11 10 arrive. Fas Tern Ard soul heir express daily r. And ?.3 50 am i Iii Isle special r c.11 00am Atlantic Ess and mail. 3 45 six. Depart. Kostern i x. Jail daily s., r. 4 15 am Atlantic express daily And . 4 05pm Day ?s. 9 00 arrive. Is Itic a press Dail And 7 45 am Weisfeid frxpress.4 46 Burlington and r. I. Sex. By And r.c.l0 3b Indianapolis a cats and Spring old. Depart. Decatur and Peoria thro mail 8 30 am Montezuma accommodation Dye. San 6 00 fast express daily r. And 10 50 arrive. Fast express daily r. And a. 3 50 am Montezuma accommodation by stm 8 50 am through mail. 5 30 Indianapolis and . Lonis. Depart. Day express daily A. 7 10 am Boston my . Louis Exzieas daily a l 5sam Paris hxpress.5 30 n. Arc . L. Sex daily And C 10 50 arrive. K. And Eston ex., Dyc. A. 3 45am i ocal Pas in Jer 10 00 am India Nopolis express daily. 3 3spm Daykin Ziess . Daily.6 25pm Ladiana Pous and Tlack Nav . Depart. Wail and Cairo express. 7 15 am Vii Celines acccinnsodation.4 40 arrive. Vincennes accommodation.10 40 am bail and Cairo err est. 6 Jefe Soavi a Madi Isa and India odious. Depart. A Thorn spress Dally 4 10 am Louisville and Madison express A. 8 15 am Louis Viii and Madison mall C., by 3 50 Louisville i a . 6 45 arrive Ludian Zapolis and Ladison mail. 9 45 am Idois Narolis . Louis and Chicago , daily 10 45 am Kew York Andi Ort bid fast ex., r. 7 00 l., ,8,10 45 a Louii Tui ii act ailab7 and Bucago. Chicago Short line depart. Chicago and Michigan City maili2 0 Frankfort . Shopa Chicago igbo express daily ll lamp arrive. Chicago Koght ex., daily a. 3 40 a Frankfort acanmcdation.10 0am Michigan City Ard Chicago mail. 3 40pm Vandalia Ilner. Depart.. Lonis mail. 7 30 a fast line Dally p., h.12km m Terre Tsuto a con my Daviod. 4 00 Pacific fax pets daily 10 46 a arrive. Eastern express daily. 4 16 am Terre Hante accommodation.10 00 a Cincinnati Aai Lonis fast lines 35pra Day express daily. 4 40 a Wabash by. Lotta and Vacille. Depart. Toledo . Wayne and Mich. Sex 7 15 a Toledo . Wayne grand rapids Detroit and Michigan express. S 16pa Detroit express 7lspa Detroit throw ugh coach on . L. . Lih Mpa arrive. Detroit through coach on . A And Express,.4 00 a a Detroit sprees b. And . 8 �,0aa Pacific express.i0 46aa . 6 spa

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