The Norfolk weekly news-journal. (Norfolk, Neb.) 1900-19??, February 22, 1901, Page 9, Image 9

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J N Stuart was lu tho city Thursday
from ONeill
Owon ONeill of Battlo Orook was in
tho city Thursday
A L Main was in tho metropolis yes
terday from Tilden
O W Wortz was a olty visitor
day from Oreighton
Hason Turn or was in tho city from
Piorco this morning
Miss Mario Bryan went to Omaha to
day on tho early train
Dr A II Oorbott waa in Norfolk
yesterday from Madison
Mrs Edward Tanner of Battlo Orcok
was In Norfolk yesterday
P E SimniR of Plalnviow had
nesa in Norfolk yosterday
Mr and Mrs J J Hughes of Battlo
Crook wore oity visitors yostorday
Mrs L A Pohlman and Miss Doll
Turner of Piorco were oity visitors
Jas Witen aud daughter Miss Hollio
Witon wore city visitors today from
0 F Steele representing tho Ohioago
Record wad in tho olty over night with
the legislative committees
Ohos Fonske ono of tho News
Jotonals numerous readers at Battle
Greek was in tho city today
Wm Fricko has purchased a farm
near Oreighton and left for that place
this afternoon to make his future home
Mr and Mrs Geo A Brooks of Bazilo
Mills were in tho city today from
Omaha They returned to their homo
this noon
Miss Jane Hughes of Sioux Oity is
visiting her brother Secretary W W
Hughes at the home of Mr and Mrs G
M Thompson
L P Covington representing tho
Omaha Bee was here over night with
tho committees from tho legislature
He paid a brief visit to The News this
Miss Becker who has been visiting
her cousin Mrs Morris Mayer left to
day for Sioux Oity whero she will visit
a few days before returning to her home
in Mitchell S D
The annual ball of the Brotherhood of
Railway Trainmen at Marquardts hall
next Friday night gives promise of be
ing one of the most successful yet held
by that organization
The grading of the High school
scholars was completed yesterday and it
was determined that Miss Mary Covert
should be valedictorian and John Bridge
salntatorian of the class of 1001
J N Bundick left this noon for Wash
ington D O where he will join his
family and from there will proceed to
New York Oity and Niagara Falls on a
visit He expects to be absent about a
month and will be accompanied home
by hs wife and ohildren
The 6-months-old son of Mr and Mrs
N A Lockwood died of pneumonia
yesterday morning at 11 oclock and the
funeral was held from the house this
afternoon at 2 30 Rev G H Main of
the M E church officiating Interment
was in Prospeot Hill cemetery
Fremont Tribune Superintendent
Martindale of Knox county submits this
as one question in his teachers exam
ination If Cud a hay costs 25000
what will a ton of hay cost When
he comeB up for re election we will Bee
what the people will do to him
J H Watkins of Sioux Oity formerly
of Norfolk where he is better known as
Oadet Watkins was united in marriage
last Sunday the 10th to Miss Myrtle
Whitcher of Nowman Grove tho mar
riage having taken place at that town
They will make their home in Sioux
Fremont Tribune Fletcher A
Russell of Drake school of oratory Dos
Moines is in the city to train pupils of
the high school who will enter the de
clamatory contest to be held in about
three weeks At this time a delegute to
the district contest at Norfolk will be
Tho Ladies Aid society of the First
Oongregational ohuroh have arranged
with the Iowa Projoctiscopo oompany to
give an entertainment at Marquardts
hall on Monday evening the 25th
This company uses Edisons latest mov
ing picture maohine aud presents war
scenes and other instructive features
At the gospel meeting of the Y M O
L to be held tomorrow afternoon at 3
oclock the delegates to the state Y M
O A convention will speak O G
Somers will take up tho subjeot of the
Y M O A as an organization empha
sizing the intellectual development of
the young men H L Snyder will talk
of tho young mens physical develop
ment and Secretary W W Hughes will
Bpeak of tho spiritual life of the organ
i zation A cordial iuvitation is extended
to the men of No folk to attend
Irene the O-years-old daughter of Mr
aud Mrs W H Erage died at their
homo in South Norfolk yesterday morn
ing at 12 i0 of endocarditis after a
sickness lasting some time and the
remains were token to Missouri Valley
Iowa on tho early train today for iutor
ment Mr Emgo is an engineer on tho
F E M V and tho family niado
Missouri Valley their homo previous to
moving here Irene was a pupil in Miss
Matraus room and was a very bright I
child well loved by both teachers and
classmates many of whom contributed
to a fund with which to purchase
Abe Oampboll was down from Norfolk
Friday of last week
A G Eborhardt and wifo of Norfolk
were in Madison Tuesday
Mr and Mrs Jas Elliot arc tho proud
parents of a boy born Tuonday ovouing
Deputies Hollman and Pilgor wore
Lincoln visitors from Friday until Mon
A fow mon from hero worn witnesses
at tho prizo fight at Tildon last Friday
O II Swallow oamo up from Uatnhp
roy Saturday ovoning roturniug with
Mrs Swallow Sunday mprning
Dick Forsyth J E Hugg Martin
Oaklos and J Brown of Humphroy
wero lnspootlng tho olootrio light plant
Sunday ovouing
Edgar Moad of Bolvldoro 111 arrived
last Friday ovouing on a visit to his
brother Walter who is qnlto siok Tho
brothers had not soon each othor for
about 20 years
A H Bohannon drovo to Elgin Mon
day to bogin his career aB a money
ohanger Mrs Bohannon is still in
Madison but will go shortly when
Harv gets tho kitohen stovo Bet up etc
The peoplo of Madison no longor livo
in tho dark ages tho elootrio lights
having been turnod on last Friday night
about 2 p m Each evoniug siuoo they
have been turnod on about 0 p m and
aro giving general satisfaction
W J Emery has sold his farm of 210
acres in Fairview and expects to go to
Kingfisher Oklahoma starting from
here about tho 2Sth of this month G
H Sachtjeu aud family and Will Jouob
expeot to go about tho same timo
Judgo Bates has issued pormits for
the following persons to wed Georgo
Wehling age 24 and Mary Sigl aged
18 both of Fairview precinct issued
February 16 John O Jacobson ago 23
and Eflle G Makelin age 21 both of
Madison issued February 18 BertuB
Johnson age 25 and Lottie B Jenkins
age 18 both of Meadow Grove issued
Fob 18 Oarl H L Johanson age 2G
Elizabeth Borchors age 23 both of
Battle Oreok issued Feb 1 Josoph
Froding age 24 and Cora Belle Vogt
age 17 both of Emerick issued Fob 20
The last named couple was married by
Rev Theodore Morning of the Presby
terian church before leaving town
Mrs M Deering living three and a
half miles west of the oity is quite sick
Mrs Hubner of Hadar is confined to
her bed with inflammatory rheumatism
Oonrad Bauraidel and baby living on
Ninth street are both sick with the
Reports from the Weills family today
are that all the sick members are much
Otho Johnson has been on the sick
list for the past two wooks but is now
much better
Mrs Geo Davenport and daughter
Mattie are both quite sick with the pre
vailing malady grip
Tho two-months-old babe of Prof
Singer has been quite sick with pneu
monia but is now better
The six-years-old daughter of Mrs M
J Dendinger living on Third street is
quite sick with lung fever
Mrs P M Long who has been very
low with pneumonia for some days is
reported considerably improved today
Mrs A Fishback living nine miles
south of town who has been confined to
her bed for three weeks with rheu
matism is greatly improved
Ohas Wilson was at Norfolk Junction
on business Saturday
Mrs Nelson and son of Hoskins
visited in this vicinity Sunday
Mrs A Lundquist and daughter were
shopping in Norfolk Saturday
Superintendent Hancock has been in
the neighborhood visiting schools
Elmer Lundquist oamo homo Satur
day to spend a week with his parents
John Wilson came home from Wayne
Saturday He intends to remain at
Miss Lillie Burchmoro visited with
friends in Norfolk over Saturday and
Quito a number of young peoplo from
this vicinity attended a box social given
in Hoskins on Thursday evening
A Good Th Inc
German Syrup is cho special prescrip
tion of Dr A Boschee a celebrated
German Physician and is acknowledged
to be ono of tho most fortuuato discover
ies iu Medioino It quickly cures
Coughs Colds and all Lung troubles of
tho severest nature removing as it does
tho cause of tho affeotiou nud leaving the
partH in a strong and healthy condition
It is not an experimental medioino but
haB stood tho test of years giviug satis
faction iu overy case which its rapidly
increasing sale every seasou confirms
Two million bottles sold annually Bos
cheos German Syrup was introduced in
the Unites States in 1803 and is now
sold in every town nud villngo in the
clvilizpd world Three doses will relievo
any ordinary cough Price 75 cts Get
Geans Prize Almanac Asa K Leon
hub in
The Elks Take Second Floor
of Marquardt Hall
Thnltoom Will be Fitted Up In Ilitnil
soma HI rU and Norfolk Imlf Will ba
VoAAMnert of Quarter Thftt Wilt be i
Credit to tho Oltr ami Oritur
Tho special mooting of tho B P O
Elks callod Saturday evening to dooldo
upon location for lodge and club rooms
was iu sossion until 1 oclock in tho
morning at that timo voting to aooopt
tho proposition of A J Dnrland for tho
nocond floor of tho Marquardt block
Undortho proposition tho Elks will
occupy tho wholo socoud story of tho
Marquardt block giviug a floor spaco of
14 by 00 foot This will bo arrangod so
as to glvo a lodgo room 20 by 55 feet an
ante room 10 by 1 i and a paraphorualia
room 1 by 9 For uso as olub rooms
thero will bo a roooption and writing
room 20 by 20 a card room 15 by 20
billiard room 20 by 21 lobby cloak nud
toilot rooms and buffot Tho outside
stairway is to bo romoved ontiroly but
tho baloony which is now on tho wost
side of tho building is to bo loft Tuo
entrance will be at tho south end of tho
building by way of a largo easy stair
way which is to replaco tho ono now in
Work on tho ohangos will bo begun in
tho near future although tho lodgo will
not bo givon entire possession of all tho
rooms until the first of May as tho
leases of somo of tho present tonnnts do
not expire until that timo Until then
however tho hall on the third floor will
bo usod for lodgo purposes
When tho contemplated ohangos aro
all made Norfolk lodgo of Elks will
have as lodge and olub rooms among tho
most commodious quarters in tho stato
They will bo heated by hot water and
lighted by electricity Although it re
quired a largo number of ballots to do
cido upon location the result seems to
give general satisfaction among mom
E H Luikart was down from Battlo
Creek over Sunday
O B Holahan left today for Fort
Dodge Iowa on business
L L MoKim was over from Sioux
Oity and spent Sunday at homo
Mrs H L Small of Omaha is visiting
hor daughter Mrs N A Lockwood
Mr and Mrs H O Brome of Omaha
spent Sunday with relatives and friends
in Norfolk
J H Stewart of Osmond was in town
Saturday night leaving yesterdiy noon
for Lincoln
Mr and Mrs A J Durland and Miss
Josephine Durland wont to Ohicago at
noon today
Tom Wheaton formerly of Norfolk is
sick with typhoid fever at his homo in
South Omaha
Miss Anna Heller tho 10-year-old
daughter of Geo Heller is very sick
with pneumonia
Dr Robert JohnBon of Madison was
in Norfolk over Sunday visiting rela
tives and friends
Miss Grace Campbell camo up Satur
day from Stanton where she teaches
and spent Sunday at home
Mrs Inskeep went to Omaha this
morning From there she will go to
Ohioago to look over spring styles of
A slot music machine has been placed
in tho offico of tho Oxnord hotol for
the entertainment of guests of that
Goo B Ohristoph has purobasod the
residence property of O B Holahan on
South Tenth street and will take posses
sion May 1st
Mr and Mrs F W Koerber and
children of South Norfolk loft this noon
for a visit with relatives and friends at
Madison Wisconsin
Rev Mr Osborne of Oreighton ar
rived this morning to attend tho funeral
of Mrs Isbister and Mrs Weills which
is to tako place tomorrow morning
Editor W E Powers of the Pierco
Leader was in the city today on busi
ness and incidentally looking for a
printer to work for him about throe
Mr and Mrs O E Green and Miss
Nettie Allbery spent Sunday with Emer
son friends Miss Allberry returned
and went on to Omaha at noon to visit
a few days with Mrs Tom Wheatou
Mr aud Mrs P H Patterson arrlvod
last night from Omaha and will make
Norfolk their homo They will live at
tho Oxnard for iho present Mr Patter
son represents the Richardsou Drug
Niobrara Tribune On Tuesday Mrs
Maria lvliment was brought down from
Verdigro on a complaint mado bv John
Bruce of insanity Tho iusnnity board
was convened and the evidence sub
mitted was thought sufficient to warrant
her being sent to tho asylum at Norfolk
J D Sturgeon mid his concert com
pany returned Saturday from Piorco
where they played to u very satisfac
tory audience In fact tho entire tour
was very suocessf ul and the trip heartily
enjoyed by all Mr Sturgeon contem
plates starting out again about tho 1st
of April ami touring another section of
his ttrrltory If he does so Norfolk
will probably bo favored with a date
Tho dauco to bo given by Elkhorn
Volloy lodgo No 101 B It T at Mar
quardt hall next Friday ovoning prom
ises to nolipso all similar fnnotlous givon
by that organisation Each commlttoo
is making overy effort to oxooll all othor
attempts in nvory foaturo Tho hall is
to bo handsomely doooratod with na
tional lags and tho colors of tho ordor
red and green whllo numerous lanterns
iu tho samo oolors will bo tastefully ar
ranged about tho room Each lady will
bo proHoutod with a bouquet at tho door
whllo hor osoort will rooelvo n boutonlor
Tho music is to bo by Ilohuorts orches
tra Suppor will bo sorvod at tho Pool
flo hotol which insures that it will lm
all that it should A oloak room will bo
maintained at tho hall and nrraugo
monts have also boon madn whereby
wraps may bo loft at tho Paoiflo hotel
In Tutc Nrws telegraphic report of
Saturday thoro was an item from Logan
Kansas stating that Joseph B Iliuton
ngod 22 had shot Miss Muggio Sohurtz
agod 15 and then himself booouso tho
young lady had rejected him It has
slnco dovoloped that tho girl is a nioco
of P A Schurtz of this olty who know
nothing of tho affair except that given
in The Nkws until today whon ho ro
colvod a lottor from his folks giving
full particulars Tho young lady was
Bhot twico ono shot being fired after
sho turnod aud started to run away from
Hintou Tho lottor statos that thero
Is somo hopes of tho youug ladys ro
covory but that thoro Is Uttlo chance
for tho rocovery of hor assailant J 9
Sohurtz grandfather of tho young lady
Is at present visiting in Kansas either
at Logan or another town where ho also
a son living
Tho citlzons of Niobrara havo organ
ized an irrigation and water power oom
pany capitalized at 00000 for tho pur
pose of developing tho powor of tho
Niobrara river using it for furnishing
power for olootrio lighting and powor
plants mills and factories Tho survey
for tho canal hus begun and tho pro
jectors hopo to soon havo ohoap and
adequate powor for all Borts of industries
Spooking of tho mauner in which rio
object has been accomplished tho Piouoer
says Niobrara is to bo oougratulutod
for tho onn mindednoss of its peoplo and
the promptness of their mooting emer
gencies Tho wntor powor oompany
was organized without tho least effort
and tho mouoy roady for call It is not
often that a community can got together
on a project of such magnitudo with so
littlo friction Ono entorpriso bogotB
aiiothor Niobrara sensibly organized
in Dooember so as to get in working
shape early in the season
A Good KuMneMi Investment
In these days of competition tho man
who keeps abreast of tho times is tho
man who makes a success of his business
whether he is a doctor lawyer hard
ware dealer or farmer A man theso
days has to keop posted regarding the
improvements and now idoas iu his own
business Every doctor who amounts
to anything tokos two or three medical
journals and would probably take more
if they mot his requirements The law
yer takes legal journals aud the hard
ware dealer trade papers
Every farmer for the very samo
reason ought to take one or two first
class agricultural publications Of
conrso somo farmers think that the mon
who write somewhere in the oity about
matters on the farm cannot teach him
anything That is probably so but tho
best farm papers are merely printed in
the city tho idoas and results of experi
ments are of tho best farmers fruit
growers and stook brooders tho readers
having every benoflt of the hard work
and experiments of these men
Although it is one of tho newer publi
cations tho one that is best adapted for
farmers and stock raisers iu this stato is
Tho Twentieth Century Farmer The
price of Tho Former is 1 00 per year
and wo aro making a very low clubbing
offer with this paper giving both papers
for a year for 1200
Tho Twontieth Century Farmer has
all sorts of good reading matter besidos
the agricultural departments Bat
looking at a subscription as a business
investment just tako for example one
department It conducts a veterinary
department giving its readers tho ben
fit of the advice of tho bost voteriuary
surgeons in the state for the asking
If you save a horso or somo of your ani
mals it will be worth a great many times
the subscription price In the womans
department they also have a feature
which will interest tho woman who
makes her own clothes Tho patterns
illustrate tho latest fushiou aud they are
entirely practical and if a subscriber
likes any particular stylo whioh is men
tioned thoy con got a pattern which
would ordinarily cost from 25 to 50 cents
for 10 cents by addressing tho publishers
of tho farmer Every other department
has its attractive features
If you would like a sample copy wo
can show you one at this office
Washington D O Geuesseo Puro
Food Co Lo Roy N Y Gentlemen
Our family realizo so much from tho
use of Gruln 0 that I fool I must say a
word to Induce others to U60 it If
peoplo aro interested in their hoalth and
the welfare of their children they will
ubo no othor bovorogo I havo usod
them all but Groin O I huvo fouud
superior to any for the reason that it is
solid grain Yours for health
O F MvKas
Prisoner Identified by Eddie
Cudahy as His Keeper
No Donhk About Callatiau lining Mm Hlghi
Man a Bnvarat Others Corrolioratn the
Iilnntlnoatlnn lir tlm Kldniail Hoy
Omaha 1olloa Malta the Arrival
Oiunha 1 Vb 20 Ono of tho kidnap
ers of ICdwunl Cudahy lr In now in
tho custody of tho pot lew In this city
ml hum Ikm ii positively IdtMitlllrnl by
nevorul parllcH Thorn In no doubt
In police cIitIoh or In the mind of Mr
Ciiduhy that thny linvo ono of tho
Ktillty men
Tu iiiuii Iu custody In Inmen Calla
linn uuil ho linn boon Htuyliiic for a
month pawl with hln sister Mrs
Kelley nt Fifty third street and Pun
plttnn iivoniio Oinalm
Tho Idontlflcntlnu In ponltlv ort tin
part of young ftiduhy who snyH Unit
the prisoner Is tho mini who llrst ac
costed him on tho street on tho night
of the kidnaping mid told him ho wan
tho ulicrlfr of Surpy county protend
ing lo arrest him for a oritur com
mitted In Unit county Ho In nlso tho
man who kept guard over the boy In
the cottngo where h wns held prln
oner by the kidnapers
Flvo poi Honn altogether nn said to
have liVntlllnl Oallnhnn an ono of tho
kldnopciH Ho In tho ono referred to
Iu the clrculiirH an No V Among
those whose lilcntlllciitlon Is especially
valuable In that of J N II Patrick
who lives In Happy Hollow west of
the city Mr Patrick says that Out
lnhiin In ono of the men who enmo to
hln home late ImhI nmnmor to rent a
littlo Iiouho that stood In n com field
on tho Patrick premises at consider
able distance from the ronil Thin
house wiih the ono fitted up by tho
hunilltn ns tho prlfon Iiouho hut win
alinndoncd after having been vlsltetl
by tho police
Callahan wnn nrrcstwl In n saloon
whoro ho had boon spending money
freely by Detective Owyer nnd Due
berry of the Onuihn police force
Callahan uialntnlus that he known
nothing about the kidnaping but nd
mltn a close friendship with Put drown
That fact Htnnds agnlnst me he
nays Formnl charges will be filed
against Ciillalinn today
Another suspect has been located
and will be arrested today It Is prac
tically a certiilnty the police say thnt
the mnn who Is to bo nrrcsted has a
guilty knowledge of the kidnaping
oven though he may not have taken an
active part In the hold scheme
La re Attendnnon at Convention anil
Great Display of Maohluerr
St Paul Fob 20 Tho national con
vention of biittermakcrs opeued lu thin
city yesterday aud several hundred
delegatus arc In attendance In con
nection with the convention the exhibi
tion of buttorinaklng machinery Is tha
largest ever brought together
The para do which wan tho feature
of the dny formed at Klco park shortly
after 2 oclock nnd mnrclied to tlio
Vudltorlum Tho convention wan
there formally opened by tho president
of tho National Creamery Huttermtlt
ers association Oeorgo K Haskell of
Lincoln Nob who delivered the opea
Ing addrcsn
The judges finished their work and
scored all of the 84U tuba The prlro
winners will bo announced tomorrow
Foar Bodies Recovered
Cumberlund B 0 Feb 20 Six
hundred feet below the ground and
over 1000 yards from the foot of shaft
No 5 a little gang of men are working
In an heroic attempt to reach the bod
es of their fellow miners who per
ished In Fridays explosion Four
bodies havo so far been recoverod
Diamond Jo Meeting-
Dubuque Feb 20 The annual meet
ing of the directors of the Diamond
Jo steamboat company was held here
yesterday The following officers were
elected President and treasurer Joy
Morton vice president and superin
tendent Captain ICllleen secretary
Isaac P Limk
Farming In Colorado and New Mexico
Tho Denver Rio Grande railroad
Tho Scenic Lino of tho World has
prepared an illustrated book upon tho
above subject whioh will be sont freo to
farmers desiring to change their location
This publication gives valuable informa
tion in regard to tho agricultural horti
cultural and live stock interests of this
section and should be in tho hands of
everyone who desires to become ac
quainted with tha methods of farming
by irrigation Write S K Hooper G
P T A Denver Colo
The complete sorvice of Tho Ohio-
ugo Portland Special via Union Pacifio
enables passengers to reach tho princi
pal cities between the north aud Pacifio
coast aud Missouri river not only in the
shortest possible space of time but nlso
in tho most comfortable aud enjoyable
manner The diuiug cars ou this train
ore stocked with tho bost tho market
affords All meals servod a la carte
You Should Know About Fitrinliig In No
Corn is king but other grains aro suc
cessfully raised and you can buy land
cheap along the Fremont Elkhorn
Missouri Valley railroad
Write for particulars to
J H Gaulb
Traveling Pass A jeut
Doniiou lowf
Or to J R BuoBiN
Geu asreni Agent
Omaha Neb
Women are Like
FlflWnrJ Healthy andstronj
I IVWCI tcy blossom
and bloom Sickly they wither and
die Every woman oucht to look well
I and feel wolh lti her right and duty
out she might 01 well try to put out a
lire with oil an o bo healthy and at
tractive wllh disease corroding tho
orfjain that make hor a woman Upon
their health depnndi her health If
tliera Is ItilUmtniulon or weakening
drains or suffering at the monthly
nrlil rtltn In I Tit
delay Youre ono step nearer tha
prave overy day you nut It olf
Women can stand a Rreat deal but
they cannot live forever with disease
drawing at tho most dollcata and
viui organs in tneir uoay tou may
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Illinois General H R
Tho Illinois Omitral dnalroii to cnll attnntina
to Hid uunxcolloil Hurvlco Unit is ollored by ita
linos to tho south for tho boiipoii of IbM lWO
Pullman Tourist Sleeping Cars
FROM Personally conduct
ed nuna inronn uj
Lob AiikoIou mid Ka
Fnincibco vin Now
Orlenua In connection
UCnMFCriAV clllo louviuK ChiriiKO
aSanaJ 0 Ioiltrula fubt
cifil coiinoctlou nli mndo by this train with
daily truliiB out of Now Orleium for tho Pacific
Count Tlio kimltfld from CIiIciiro overy oven
iiiK conuocth on Mondays 1 Thursdays nt
Now Orleans nfter December IK IMiOJ with Mm
of tlio Bouthorn Pacific elvliu apocinl through
sorvico to Sun rruncitro
Doublo dully sorv
ico is niniutaliiod out
of tit Louis via tho
Illinois Contra and
connoctliiK linos to
Kii nml Atlunta thro
blceiiini car to Jack
sonville Florida hoing enrriod on tho
leaving fit Louis ovory ovoniuR This train ai
well ns tho Day Kxpross leaving tit Louis in
tlio morning uro both solid trains to Nusliville
linviug through coiichos aud stooping cars run
ning through Martin Tenn and the N 3 St
L y Counoctiou via this lino for alt princi
pal points in tho Southeast Buch as Clutrloston
Wilmington Ailin aud tiavannuh and for all
points in Florida
Daily from Chicago to Memphis and New Or
points in tho South on tho linos of the Illinois
Central und V M V railroads will bo run ou
the llrst nnd third Tuesday of each month dur
ing the wintor soasou
Pull particulars concerning all of the aliova
on be had of agents of the Illinois Central or
by addressing A LL Uanson O P A Chlcag