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Indianapolis Sun (Newspaper) - April 24, 1899, Indianapolis, Indiana A pm = to the picture of a Brown county i a that jelled into Bloomington Sev i is ago. It represents a Mode of h Itiat is not at All in Crinnion in old Tro wet such trains common As they Are key it Triail to arouse interest and the a ice we that is gathered around the Brown Delsen and his outfit is not in Laxer. It was the first time the Driver had Ever seen a camera and he had to be bought with ten cents and a Quot chaw Erbacker Quot before he would consent to Stop his of Long enough for the picture. It s 24 Miles to Nashville the county seat of Brown county from Bloomington and the trip in such a Rig tales from Quot Sun up Quot to Quot Sun . Blind and 100 we he sex chops Wood and muss the cow. Viii Flem pm Aai interesting old Lilla Waeter in Quot Uncle Coleman Brookas he is the Yonn Sest of 23 i crud Reain his slave i it Ife. A ind., april 24.�? a Tuncle Coleman Brooks coloured of half mile North of this place is close to his amundred Mark. He. Is totally Blind does Erio Tigh work to support his wife a Model Quot aunty Quot in the simple Way that they live. He splits Wood milks the cow and can do almost any kind of work. He was bom in Covington ky., and a was trials feared from there to Oldham co huty where he spent most of his life s Lintel 64. He was sold South to new or i leans at the age of 15, a bartender on a River boat bought him and brought him Kentucky where he was again sold to a Man living in Oldham county. From 16 to 18 years of age he says he Lay in the be Woods about half the time for he had an Quot easy master who would not whip him. I afterwards however things took a turn for the worse. He was sold to a mean Man and his troubles began. During the pork season he worked in a packing House carrying hogs a his work was to carry 250 hogs a of Many of them were 200 Pounders. Here he ran Day after Day from morning till night with a great porker on his shoulder while the overseer Thi tend to kill Quot de Fust Nigga Dat stopped Quot Rob was about 1830. He was worn out of ind needed rest and his master sold him Fei calling him 22 years old. He brought $1,800 under the Hammer. From there he went to a farm. His master was a Good one and trusted him. He was deserving of the Trust too for he says he knew where his master kept a song or Dewey s boys. Its it a capt. Coghlan at the Union club in Ltd it Terra imnet in new York Sang the its it it i it song so popular in Dewey s Fleet called its it Quot Hoch Der the song a piece it it of iese Majeste that would have sent it it it of a Man to prison for life in Germany it it <5> was received with shouts of laughter. It it its it tie stanzas Are Quot Der Kaiser of Lis Fatti Rland its it tend Gott on High All dings command. It give two Ach Don t you understand its it myself und go to. Ltd it <3> Quot in fact. I humor Efry whim with aspect dark and visor grim. Gott pulls Mit my und i Mit him. Ltd it myself und dam it says the Farmer Bat flank Down $l,500i before it s done. Several important matters will be considered by the Park commissioners at their meeting next Friday. Supt. Power will make some recommendations for the construction of the proposed bicycle path leading from the end of the Indiana ave. Pavement to Riverside Park. The Loca Tion of the dam to be constructed in Quot White River will also be discussed. It has been hoped that the contract for the construction of the dam would have been awarded by this time difficulty has been encountered in securing an easement for land on the East Bank. The owner of this land wants $1,500, saying the dam will partially destroy his gravel bar. to agrees to give an easement for nothing if the dam be located at another Point on his land where the gravel bar would be entirely destroyed. If this is done the City will have to construct a levee along his land which will Cost As much or More than $1,500. It is probable that another location entirely will be selected. Supt. Power desires to award the contract for building a 40-foot Roadway along the East Bank of the River As soon As possible. He wants this completed this year. It will be a rolled gravel Roadway. -. _ and after it a season a coat Lils Money and when he run away there Macadam will be applied. Or. Was >1.400 in f Gold in an old Biog of which he did not take although he had a try Little Money and badly Felt the need of Mere. In 64 he ran away. He did not immedi la Tely la ave the neighbourhood for he was trying to get his wife. One Day he met a Union officer who asked him for a drink of a Ater. Brooks took him a few rods Quot do re the Road and showed him where about 200 rebels who had been Cut Oil from the rest of the army were whole number were captured the same Quot Day and the rebel general offered a a Tsoo for Brooks seven Days he Lay in the thickets without much to eat and no Good water to drink he then slipped out took his wife with him and started North. He reached the Ohio the question of crossing confronted him. He finally found a Man who ferried him across for $7. He walked most of the Way to Indianapolis and finally came to Plainfield in 1866. He went Back then and found his children with the Aid of a Freedman s Socie on his trip North he said that he and his we walked the Railroad at night and slept in thickets during the Day. He is the youngest of 23 children and what a family it must have been for he was the smallest of ten boys and ? weighed 208 pounds and was nearly six j i after he came to this Community he j worked for Jno. Morgan. He was never a a Ldla i he is now very poor will not go into the county Home. Power is anxious to provide a Means for reaching such parts of the Park As Are now suitable for visiting and this will be the first work when labourers Are put to work the Early part of next month. There Are now on file about 1,000 applications for work. Reading Circle books. The officers of the teachers Reading Circle met in the state House saturday and decided to order Clarke s work on Reading and Scott s Quot organic education Quot for the coming year. The former is to Cost 75 cents and the latter 90. It was the consensus of opinion that for the succeeding year the course should include some work on school Hygiene. Com dodgers. Paris april 24.�?"u.-s.-commissioner Peck has secured a Concession to Cook Indian Corn in All forms As an educational exhibit to foreigners. This will be an important feature of the american exhibit at the exposition. Here and there. Kick on England germans Quot by two Samoa. At amp made pm bin april 24.�?herr von Wolffers i Dort special correspondent of the Liikal a Zelger and Herr Marquardt prominent to swy to to of Apia have sensational i Fetters in the a Zeiger regarding the a ii a re to Tuat Lon. S ? Marquardt asserts he was arrested by j a pit Sturdee of the British warship for l Urieff a rms against the sailors and that of a Teljii Captain grossly insulted him. After being held captive for 15 Days he was p transferred to the German warship Falke. % he says his property was stolen by May Este Tanus forces with millions of other German property. He asks who will pay a the damage. I Wolffersdorf charges capt. Sturdee and y i the British Consul with the grossest con Quot Quot diff it in exceeding their treaty Powers la claims the German houses were shelled in the porpoise. Otherwise his report Rees with Foll Cial reports. An old fifty Bili Hee alls several interesting a eat rival characters. Donaldson 142 a de Laware-St., Quot i tattered play Bill in his Possession t a Howard athenaeum of bos i tied Jan. 12, 1864. Luivie Bill announces is Alfele attraction of Quot ticket of leaves Quot Mazeppa Quot both familiar to eater goers. K. E. J. Miles Man and Addie Anderson i woman. Miles was Well known r. He is the Man that lost a Julia Marlowe Quot out Quot of Pons ble for Pauline Hall s Bill to stains this note a Only to the Gal bib. Dues. Vow be bad _ a a a a Dik apr 24.-dmblefuneral in Catoosa kete Mes eds Mato a Viii a at it the Collier Beranda will sail soon for Pago Pago Samoa. In a freight wreck at Cornwall n. T., two tramps were killed. One Case of yellow fever reported in the american Colony at Havana. Transport Solace has left Manila for san Francisco. Carries discharged men. Thieves blew open the Safe in the Wyn Cote. Pa., Postof lice and secured $700. Berlin reports deny that the German Cruiser gtd Ion has been ordered to Samoa gunboat Vixen will sail for Manila where she will do police duty in the shallow Rivers. American ship May Flint which started from new York april 13. For Hong Kong has returned. Cargo shifted. Brazil is reported to have accepted the demands of Bolivia in the Boundary dispute Between the two countries. J. Seeny Smyrna del., who turned state evidence in the election bribery cases was driven from his Home by a mob. Mark Hanna refuses to talk regarding Quay s acquittal or on Reed s determination of take up practice in new York. The death ship Crooke has left Santiago for new York. She has on Board 414 bodies that could no t be carried on her former trip. Cornelius Vanderbilt jr., May be made superintendent of motive Power and rolling Stock of the Eastern portion of the Vanderbilt system. Reported from London that lord Salisbury has consented to emperor William s project of establishing a German protectorate in Asia minor. Stewart Barnes of the theatrical team of Barnes and Sisson assaulted miss Sisson in a los Angeles. Cal., hotel. She was terribly Cut on the face and hands. Mrs. George Canton o., if acquitted May sue for a share of Saxton s estate on the ground that she was his common Law wife. Scarcity of cattle is reported in some of the provinces of Canada owing to the Large number shipped into the United states. John c. Anderson a Chicago insurance agent filed a petition in bankruptcy. Liabilities il06,000. Louis louvre also bankrupt. Liabilities $153,000. Fire started in the Halifax n. S., Navy Yard near the powder Magazine and for a time citizens were terribly frightened in. Til the fire was under control. Academy of political sciences Paris has awarded a prize valued at 15,000 francs to maj. Marchand the French explorer for his researches in Africa. We. Anderson coloured with his stepdaughter Mary Anderson 20, who Eloid from Ypsilanti a lilt were arrested in Philadelphia serious criminal charges preferred. Minnie Jacobs. New York has asked put up a ovoid ii aft jaw the Vail be. It baseball on the play fund of the deaf and dumb Asylum these pleasant afternoons causes Many a passer by to Stop and once stopped to soon become interested. The Quot silent players Quot put up a remarkably Good game and the absence of All noise is at once apparent and pitiful. Some of the boys Are capable of giving Forth a Good yell which they do at every Brilliant play it goes for naught As none of them hear it. Being deaf they necessarily must watch he Ball closely for they cannot depend upon the crack of the Bat to know when a hit has been made. After a Wrangle of Quot signs Quot they quickly fall in line for the next play and without that attention signal Quot play Ball Quot from the Umpire All eyes Are on the Pitcher and the game continues. \ one on Uncle Sam. Steamship agents now beat the Revenue Law. New York april 24.�?another Way to avoid the War has been developed. The War Revenue Law provides that steamship tickets to european ports shall be stamped As follows a $1 stamp on a ticket costing less than $30 a $3 stamp on a ticket costing Between �30 and $60, and a s5 stamp on a tic let costing Over $60. There is nothing Ini tie Law which limits the number of persons that May under one tic let. A party of grand opera people numbering 25, took advantage of this y buying a single ticket for the whole party thus saving $120. Steamship agents declare that such a feeding is not a violation of the Law. Stories of the town. The numerous comp hints about negro bicycle scorchers which Are reaching the police brings Forth a reminiscence from Quot Bike cop Quot Holtz who with sergeant Wallace Tihen his partner on the vomited Force was a terror to this class of lawbreakers. One night Holtz and Wallace were sitting on the curb on n. Meridian St. Watching for scorchers when two coloured riders passed with their noses fairly glued to the front wheels. They were going like the wind and by the time the Quot Bike cops Quot could mount and follow the scorchers had a Good Lead. the brie Coats buckled Down to work and were not far Behimia when sixteenth St. reached. East on sixteenth went the racers and at Ala Bama St. The coloured men separated one going North and the other South. By intuition the Quot Bike cops Quot also Quot split Quot each following a Man. Huz took the one Headid South and was greatly surprised after Riding two or three blocks to notice Man slowing Down. Holtz did likewise keeping directly behind the negro for fear a lie might dismount and run. Slower and slower went the front bicycle and smally the breathless rider dismounted. Without turning around a said Quot Well we gave them two policemen a run for their Money did t we Quot the separation at Alabama and six tenth Stiv had evidently not been prearranged and the scorcher thought Holtz was his companion. Quot so you be set up a hired girl Quot said Farmer much land to his son. Quot your Mother never had a hired girl. She worked Early and late and raised a family. Hired girl indeed look at your Mother Quot it s just looking at Mother Quot said the son Quot made me resolve that my children s Mother should never look like her a worn out in her in the partnership of marriage women give twice As much As men. They give equal work and they give themselves their very life. Children come. No Chance for rest work must go on. Inflammation ulceration debilitating drains and female weakness undermine the health and Shock the nervous system. In a few years the woman is worn out. Women who have used or. Pierce s favorite prescription say that they can do their own work and keep their strength and Good looks. It cures inflammation ulceration female weakness and unhealthy drains. Sick women Are invited to consult or. Pierce by letter free of charge. Quot about two years ago my health became very Bijoor from Fernale weakness and troubles Mccu car to my sex in fact 1 was so weak and feeble that i was Able to do Little work Quot writes mrs. Josie m. Guess of Baileyton cirt Man co. Ala. Quot i decided to me a bottle or two of or. Pierce s favorite prescription and give it a trial. I took two bottles of the favorite prescription and one vial of the pellets and these proved to be All i needed. I Fielt Stout and Well after taking or. Pierce s Medicine and have Beekil doing my work with More satisfaction than 1 had Ever Felt the people s common sense medical adviser sent free on receipt of Stamps to defray expense of mailing Only. Send 21 one cent Stamps for paper bound edition or 31 Stamps for cloth. Address or. R. V. Pierce Buffalo n. Y. Notice. Tie subscriber hereby gives notice to the voters of the first Ward. Center township Marion county Indiana that he will apply to the Board of commissioners of said county at its second May term 1899, for a License to sell spirituous vinous malt other intoxicating liquors in less quantities than five Gallons at a time with the privilege to allow the same to be drunk on the premises. My place of business wherein said liquors arc to be sold is located in a room fronting East in the town of Brightwood now in the City of Indianapolis at the Northwest Corner of station St. And Glen s drive on the first floor of a two Story Frame building situated on lot no. 40, in Fletcher s first addition to Brightwood now. In the City of Indianapolis Center township Marion county Indiana and known As 2402 station Street in Ward no. 1. I also give notice to said Board that i will apply for Pool table privileges in same and adjoining room. Frank Roesch. Notice. The subscriber hereby gives notice to the voters of the sixth Ward. Center township that he will apply to the Board of commissioners of Marion county state of Indiana at their second May term 1899, for a License to sell intoxicating vinous malt and spirituous liquors in less quantities than five Gallons at a time with the privilege to allow the same to be drank on the premises. My place of business Whereon said liquors Are to be sold and drank is located in a room at the Southwest Corner of Missouri and North streets on the first floor of a two Story Frame and situated on part of lot no a in Square 10. In the City Omund Panapolis Center township Marlon county Indiana and known As the Southwest Corri a of Losso url a and North-sis., in Ward a a 6. I also give notice Fosgitt Lafi Kim India Tafous. Apra to meats. Provick Job. Smoked meats hams Sunyar Neurad Block hams 9% a 10c California Boneless reliable. So Cotta ice hamlets. Dried beef hams. Reliable. 2�13c. Shoulders 5%@6%c. Bacone Clear sides 60 . A. Csc so to 40 . Av., 6%c 20 to 30 . A. 6%c Clear backs 14 to 18 . A. 6%c Clear bellies la to 22 . Av., in dry Salt less. Breakfast Bacon 7%@12c. Sausage bulk skin. 7c Welner. It urst. Pc pickled meats bean pork. 300 la. Bbl. 113.00 family pork. 200-lb. Bbl., j1i.00 rum pork 200-lb. Bbl., $10.50. Lard Quot Indiana Quot in pierces 6%c reliable 6%c Kettle rendered in pierces 6%c. Fresh pork Lions -4 to 20 ., to cottage hams 5%c Ham Butts 5c tenderloins 16c. Canned fruits. Three Pound peaches Standard 1.75@ 2.25 seconds. ?1.25@1.35 pie 90 a95c three Pound Lemon cling. .85@2.33 2v4-Pound yellow Crawford $1.85. Standard apples 90@95c i Allen $3.00. California apricots 2v�-Pound, 51.35@1.85. Two Pound blackberries. 60�65c raspberries s5@90c. Strawberries $1.10 g 1.20. Red cherries Doc. Standard pineapple. $1.30@1.90 Johnson grated pineapple $2.25 Johnson s Silver Fork pineapple $2.00. Vegbtablb3sl potatoes. 70c per by. Onions $2.50. Navy Beans $1.40 per Buel marrow fat $1.75 per Bushel red kidney $2.25 per Bushel. Lettuce 14c per la. Cauliflower $1.25 per dozen. Cabbage per cwi., $4.00. Celery fancy California Goc. Sweet potatoes. Illinois $2.75. Fruits. Lemons Messina Choice $3.00@3.25. Choice bananas s1.50@1.7s per Pony Bunch medium $1.00i<1.25. Oranges California $3.75. Honey 14@15c per la. Cranberries $2.25 per by. $8.60 per bbl canned . Standard three Pound tomatoes. S0@85c two Pound 55� i0c. Two Pound Snow Flake Corn $1.10@1.15 Yarmouth $1.00 Polk 77%c Standard 80 @85c. Marrow fat peas 75@85c Early june peas 90c@$1.65. String Beans 70 s�80c Standard Lima Beans. $1.35 soaked Lima Beans 73c. Baked Beans $1.30. Fish. Columbia River Salmon $1.75@$1.90 Sao Ramento River Salmon $1.45 no. 1 Pickerel 7c no. 2 Pickerel,_5c Blue Pickerel. 5c. White flab to. Trout 60. Bass. 12c. Cat 7c. Herring spilt 460. Perch 4�o4c. Cove oyster.-?. 1 lb., full weight 95c 1 a Light weight fisc 2 ., full weight $1.75@ $1.80 2 ., Light weight. $1.40@1.7s, seeds. Dealers Suluner prices Quot Fittrer. Common red. Recie aned. Her ta., $3.7o�t 4.00 English Recie aned $3.75i�4.00i White Clover Choice $9.00@12.00 Alsyne $4.25 to $4.50 Alfalfa Dolce $4.50 g 5.00 Scarlet Clover $3.00@3.25. Timothy prime per bu., 45 ., $1.25@ 1 30 strictly prime $1.30@1.35 fancy $1.40� 1.45. Rye White 70�wbe. Blue grass fancy Kentucky per by. 14 ., fancy $1.05@1.10. Orchard grass prime $1.0001.10. Red top Choice. $1.00�1.25i extra Ethan. Tsoisijl.�. English Blue grass 24-lb. By. $1.45@1.85. Canadian grass 14-lb. Bu., 95c@$1.00. Hides. Green 8c. Green calf log. Green salted. No. 1, 9c Green salted a 2, 8c. Dry full no 12c. Dry salted. Esloc. Tallow. Tallow 2v2@c per la. Tallow no. 1, Mic per la. Tallow. No. 2, 3c per la. Salt. Common Lake 85c per bbl. Oatmeal. Rolled Oats bbl., $8.75 half bbl. 2.wl Soo la. Bbl., $4.25 half bbl. $2.�. Flour and Job bed. Jobbing prices flour Winter patents. $4.10 per bbl. Patent Spring $4.25 extra fancy $3.60. Bran $12.00 per ton for car lot Storey $12.c0@14.00. Corn meal 75c per 100 . Hominy feed meal s12.00@12.50 ton yellow feed meal. $12.00 if 13.00. Linseed meal $1.50 per 100 . Groceries. Sugar Cut loaf $8.00 dominoes. $5.75 powdered $5.63 cubes $5.u3 xxx powdered $5.75 Fine granulated $5.50 confectioners a $5.38 no. 3 Ridge Wood a $5.00 no. 4 Phoenix a. $4.94 no. 5 Empire a $4.88 no. O Ideal Gold. Sex. A $4.81 no. 7 Quot Windsor sex. A $1.75 no. 8 Ridgewood sex. A .�4.69 no. 10 yellow a $4.56 no. 14 yellow a $4.3s yellow 15, $4.3s yellow 16, $4.3s. Coffees roasted Ariosa 10.15c lion 9.65c Jersey 10.15c Marion club 9c. Corn syrup bbl. 20c half bbls., 22c. Oils. Linseed raw 4sc per Gal boiled 50c. I re . Sutra w. A. 50e no. 1. White Lead. Pure. 5%c lower grades 6a Coal Oil Legal to by. Us 1�0 wat a Wolti i2%c per foot on. 13c. I. Drugs. Alcohol $2.56@2.68. Chloroform 60<�65c. Morphine p. Amp it. Ver sex. $2.55@2.80l Castor Oil per Gal., $1.00 g 1.10. Oil Bergamot per lb., $2.75. Opium $4.00. Quinine p amp a. Per os., �?�13@48c. Balsam Copacia 55c. Epsom salts 4 �5c. Turpentine 46@50c. Iodine Potash. $2.50@2.fld. Cin Chorilda 25@30c. Cheese. New York state Large full Cream Livic Wisconsin and Michigan Flats 14c Ohio part Cream 12&12v2c new Domestic Swiss 14c Limburger 12i,<ic Brick 14c. Butter shippers paying prices Choice 11c poor 5@6c. Eggs. Shipper.-, paying Price 11c. Live poultry. Shippers paying prices hens 7c per la. Old roosters 3c per keys 6i4@8c. Hen turkeys. 6c Toms 4c Young turkeys 61/2 to 9c. Ducks 5c per la. Geese Choice full feathered 40c to 45c. Coal. Anthracite $7.00 Brazil Block $3.06 Island City Lump $2.75 Paragon Lump. $2.75 Jackson Lump. $4.00 Pittsburg Lump $4.00 we Elfrede Lump. $4.00 Raymond Lump $4.00 Blossburg Smithing $5.e0 Kanawha Lump $4.00 c. Amp Smokeless $4.00 Pocahontas $4,00 Lump Coke 11c per by. Crushed Coke 12c per by. All nut Coal zoo per ton less than Lump Price. If to have la it it a Aytman the Suk Daen May firn it Lump Aad erns lied Lor Sale by the Indianapolis Gas co. For tickets Call at office no. 49 South Pennsylvania so official Timm table showing the arrival and departure of aia Madgi from Indianapolis Union station. On and after. Sunday mch.26,1899 trains will run As follows a Central Studard Timo train no. 15, St Louis ., by 7.25 am 5, n. Y. Amp St. ., by s amp d 7.15 am 21. St. Louis ex., did a p12.35 pm Casey a com 4.00 pm fast mail daily 7.05 pm Western express by s11.35 pm Vandalia line. Depart train no.11. Ami vol 6. New York ., by ss.20 am 14. Fast express by 3 8.20 am 4. Casey a com .10.00 am 20. Atlantic ., did up. 2 25 pm 8. Past line daily4.45 or re 2. St. Amp n. Y. ., d a s amp d 7.05 pm Cleveland Cincinnati Chicago is St. Louis railway Cleveland do to Sion. Depart. 36. A new York ex., daily s 4.25 am 22, Anderson amp b. A 6.35 am 2. Cleveland mail .10.50 am 24. Anderson amp b. H. 11.15 am 26. Union City amp w. Acc., .4.50 pm 13. Knickerbocker sp.,, d and s 6.25 pm arrive. 21. Union City amp w. Acc., by. 11. Southwest n lim.,, d and s 11.30 am 23. B. H. Amp Anderson -10 pm 19. Cleveland express .6.00 pm 25. B. H. Amp Anderson sex. 3.45 pm 35. New York ex., by s .10.50 pm St. Louis Dit Islea. Depart. 9. St. Lonis e.mp7.39 am 11, southwestern limited by d and s .11.4s am 5. Terre haute amp mat acc4.30 pm 35. N. Y. Amp Ex., by s11.29 pm 15. Terre haute amp mat acc., Sun Only .s.15pm arrive s6. New York ex., daily s .4.0b am 4. Mat. Amp Terre haute acc1020am 5. St. Louis ex.,.5.40pm 18.�?knickerbocker special d and Dally. 6.10 pm n. Chic. . St. In. F. M11,40 am Clarol Bbate Diviaio. Depart 34.�?Cin. Amp Lou. F. L., daily s., 3.45 am 36. 4. 2. 12. 8. 18. 12. 9. 11. 17. 3. 22. 24. 26. 9. 11. 3. 35.6. Is. St. Lamp Cin. F. L., Dys. 4.15 am Cincinnati amp Lou. Acc7.00 am Cincinnati a com 10.50 am Cin. Amp Lou. Fast m a by a. 2.45 pm Greensburg a com .5.30 pm Cin. Amp Wash. F. L., did s and p 6.20 pm Lefiu. Fast mail2.45 pm arrive t. Greensburg acc. 9. �0 am 1. Cincinnati a com 11.13 am 11. Chi., Lou. Amp St. Mail did s and p .jll.40am 17. Chicago. Llm., p 4.15 pm 5. Cin. Amp ind p l s ex., a. 6.40 pm 2.�. Cin., kinds. Amp St. Ex., Dys tl05 pm 37. Cd Loag amp Liou. F. L., by a ll59pm Cid Fiack Vivial depart. Lafayette 7.10 am 84. Chi. Fast mail by d and p. ,11.45 am 2. Chi. ., a p4.15 pm 12. Lafayette .15 pm 6. Chicago f. L., by s12.05 am 18. A. A a arrive v Cin. Of ij., daily a. A s la Ayette gt.10.a0 an Cin. Fast mail a Dy.2j5 pm Lafayette a com. 6.45 pm c to amp Wash f. L., A 6.10 pm Mic Lodgaa division. Depart. 1 arrive. Benton Harbor f-x.6.35 am 21. Quot Wabash accom., Dally. 8.25 am Mich. Mail and ex11.15 am 23. Ben. Harbor m l and .Lopm Wabash accom., daily.50 pm 25. Michigan express 2.43 Jun Peoria Divis Ioaz West. U depart. Peoria . And mail .7.25 am 34. Western express by p 11.45 am 2. Cham Palgon a com 4.35 pm 12. Peoria express daily s 11.15 pm is. Arrive. Columbus amp Cin. Ex., Fly a am Champaign a com .,10ji9am new York sex. And mall 2.42 pm Peoria express daily p6.15 Pra Peoria division East. . Columbus sex. 5.10 am 11. Springfield express .11.33 am Springfield amp Columbus sex. 3.20pm 23. Columbus sex .10.40pm Pittsburgh Cincinnati. Chicago so St. Louis by. Indianapolis division. Train no. Depart. C. Eastern express by s3.35 am 32. Columbus a com 7.15 am 14. Fast express by s8.25 am 40. Richmond a com 1.15 pm 20. Atlantic ., did s.2.30 pm Day express dy5.00 pm 2. St. Amp n. Y. ., by. A d.,7.10 pm train no. Arrive. 13. Fast express by s7.00 am 5. Limited mall by s and d.7.10 am 41. Richmond a com .8.55 am 21. St. Louis ., did s.12.25 pm 33. Indianapolis a com. 3.15 pm 11. Mail express daily. 6.50 pm 7. Western express by . 103. 10. 13s. 104. 18. So. 4l s3. Chicago division. Depart. Lou. Amp Chi. Ex., by. P .11.35 am 110. Ajar Ink. Chi. Amp Lou. Fast sex. By s�3.20 am Lou. Amp Chi. Fast ex., by s12.05 am 118. Chi. Amp Lou. Ex., by p.3.45 pm Louisville division. Depart. Lou. Amp so. Spi., by s3.30 am and plus amp mad. Accom., sunday Only 7.00 am Lou. Acc., by s 8.15 am Lou. Amp mad. Acc 8.15 am and plus amp mad. Acc.3.30 pm Lou. Amp at a f. L., by p4.00 pm Louisville acc .7.10 pm Abrib. 103. Mad. Amp ind plus acc 10.20 am 19. St. Amp Chi. F. A. By p11.25 am 31. Mad. Amp ind plus acc �5.40 pm 5. Ind. Amp Pitts. F. A. By s.�?�7.00 pm 139. Mad. Amp ind plus accom., sunday Only .9.10 pm 3. Lou amp Chi. F. Ex., by s�11.30 pm Indianapolis amp Vincennes railway. Depart. Cairo amp Vincen. Ex., .3.15 am Vincennes express .4.20 pm arrive. 20. Vincennes express Cly .10.40 am 3i Cairo express daily 4.50 pm Cincinnati Hamilton amp Daton railway. Depart. Cin. Vestibule by s and c.3.55 am fast mail by r. am Cincin. Amp Detroit e.vp.10.45 am Cin., Chi., St. Amp peo. Ex., by p .2.45 pm Cin. Vestibule by d and p.4.45 pm Cin. Amp Detroit ex., dy7.00 pm arrive. 25. Cin. Vestibule by s12.45 am 32. Fast mail by. R c 6.50 am 40r Cin., Ohi. Amp St. Ex., by p11.45 am 30. Cinti. Vest by. 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