Newspaper of Chicago Daily Tribune, June 24, 1873, Page 3

Newspaper of Chicago Daily Tribune dated June 24, 1873 Page 3
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7 E RAILROADS. H , T Official Copy of the Illinois Central Now Freight Tariff. How tho Road that; Has to Corapoto with Sixteen Cross lines Ex pects to Got Out of the Difficulty. The New Passenger Tariff of the Chicago, Burlington & Quincy R. R. Bates on the Branches Reduced to that Charged on the Main Line. And All Rates Equalized at Three and Onc-llalf Cents a Mile. An Important Document from the 0., B. I. & P. R. B. Annual Itesort of Mr. Superin- tendent iUddlo, Tho new railroad tariffs aro nndoratood to ba experimental. Tholr originators so regard thorn.' While endeavoring strictly to moetitho law’s requirements khoy have boon sorely puzzled In its interpretation. For relief they looked to the Railroad Commissioners. The State officials first their inability.to comprehend the law; then voluntooied tho information that their duty was to ozocuto, not define, tho statute. The Commissioners, however, were kind enough to say they would ** make a note of ” the several questions' propounded, and would invito tho Attorney-General to express hla opinion upon them. Among these posers waa the ef fect of tho Illinois law upon contracts made outside tho State* It waa Instanced that several of tho roads have ear-rates with cross roads in lowa, by wbioh tho business offered is taken at a less rate to Chicago than will bo tho local rates from tho Mississippi to Chicago. Bomo of tho ablest legal authorities connected with the railroads hold that these contracts are beyond tho jurisdiction of the Illinois Hegislo-. Soft coal,-mined <m Company'* t Line, per car, 20,000 R>» j Class D J CUus c. | Clan B | Class A Sheep, per car j Cattle and hogs, per car J Horses, per ear. J bumber, shingles, and latA, | per 100 tbs. actual weight... | Other prain, per IQQ 1b5,..,... | Wheat, per XOO 1b5..... | Salt, cement plaster, and stue~T‘ co, per brl, 25 brls or over... 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Tbolr option that, bo soon mi the traffic roaches tUlnojs, ilia amenable to tholaw, and ranst bo temos ported at tho earns rate aa to charged other parties. A aimilarrulo, if adopted in Indiana and Ohio, .would add CO pot cent to Illinois freights going to tbo seaboard, Tho President ol one ol tbo most popular railroads Is somewhat comba tive. Ho contends that tho law is uncon stitutional, and will bo so declared ty tho Su premo Court. In making op tbo tariff of that road, tbo chief aim is (o avoid discrimination. That requirement Is not questioned, because tbo Supremo Court bos affirmed it. To the other provisions of the law they propose paying Utilo or no attontioa. Tboyaro similarly Inclined to disregard the lowa law restricting passenger rates to 8)4 cents per mile. Its constitutional ity is. questioned by the railroad solicitors, and ono or two Justices of tho Bupromo Court have expressed serious doubts regarding it. But tbo opinion of tho Book Island officers Is, that a re- Auction of faro would bo expedient. In this opinion ■ the Northwestern coincide, so that a redaction Is almost'inevitable. They bold tho advanced view that reduced faros wIU encourage travel, and are resolved to try tbo experiment, Consultation with tbo loading officers develops a groat deal of apprehension as to. tbo result of tbo now tariffs. Tboy.bavo no moans of predict ing tbo effect upon tbolr earnings. Tbo distant stockholders cannot comprehend the situation. They will hardly tolerate a decrease \ and, should tbo ondof tho year show a serious deficit in some roads, while others are not materially effected, it Is probable that a change of manage ment will be demanded. This alternative being forced upon tho resident managers, some shrewd figuring will bo witnessed to make tbo result satisfactory. And, although tbo rival roads seem to bo now obliging oaob olbor In tbo ar rangement of their respective tariffs, ibis spirit of accommodation will not survive a heavy do-, crease of earnings, nor is it intended moro than’ to got things started under tbo now order. THE ILLINOIS CENTRAL, w* ahe e.vadixd to give jn advance tho corrected proof of tho now tariff of the Illi nois Central, as finally revised. Mir. Tucker, tho General Freight Agqpt of the Company, is una-, bio to form any idea of the possible conse quences of tho now tariff. The Illinois Central is crossed by not loss than sixteen linos, but Mr. Tuokor seems to bo of tho opinion that those have already taken all the trade they are able to, and that the* new rates will not enable tboin to ■ accomplish more in that direction. Ho thinks the seeming difficulties that threaten tho new system will gradually be smoothed away, and tho end be loss disastrous than feared. Ho does not consider that tho condition of the HUdolb Control calls for anything explanatory \ that there is anything of special Interest in the matter, or that ho Is able to make plain the plain figures of tho now tariff. Tho following la tho new tariff: track will hs3o per 100 lbs above the rates given la the tables, and (5 per oar demurrage for each aud every day, sad pert of day, the oar remains unloaded s/lor the expiration of the Hist twenty-four hours from ar rival at the station General Merchandise—General merchandise, when shipped in quantities of lull car loads (of not than 10,000 pounds), from the same elation, at thes same time, to the same consignee at the same station, will be hauled at the following reduction from the table of rates: Twenty per cent on First, Second, and Third sobJll* * BO per cent on Fdurlh Class.’ Agents V 1! lion, ore and pig, rails, chain, spike, splices, and hard ooal«-Ia car loads of 90,000 pounds each, Gloss D, f u quantities of ten oar leads oud upwards on samo » consignee, IS per cent loss than Gloss p, Boft Cool—Mined on the Company’s lino and ship -°P® station to the saran consign®® «t ono sta ~2®» the following atatemeut will bo made: Between Kwend J»pw tons psp month, 10 per cent, Between l»«g and I,WO tons jicr month. 00 per cent. ‘'Between and 3.000 lons per month, 05 percent, Between 9,000 and d,WO tons per month, 91# per cent. Between 2*525 ftn “ t®o» per month, DO per cent. Above 0,000 tons per month, W# per cent. Tho amounts as above per month must average this quantity each month (or at least six. successive months t otherwise the abatement cannot be made. To obtain tills abatement (be original oxponso bills, as re ceipted by tho agent, should bo .carefully preserved and banded back to him, with ‘a statement showing amount rotate claimed, and that tho number tons coal, m shown by said oxjwnsa bills, agree with amount purchased and shipped, tho agent will then send them to general office anti vouchee wlli bo issued. Between April 1 and Sept. 1, la quantities of 000 ton* and ujv wardf.iosamo consignee, hauled (a (ho mouths of Mav, Juno, July, and August, and actually on hand by said consignee Sept. 1, 18 per cent will bo refunded. This abatement stands by Usolf, and cannot be paid In addition to tho amouols as staled above. Owner* or Company's risk—Freight shipped at Com panyfe risk, is according to Ibis olasilflcatlon, twice owner’s risk. Shippers will plcaaa designate In writing on tbolr bills of lading, at whose risk, they wish tba freight hilled,-. In tho absence of any such Instructions on bill of lading, agents will bUlat Company’s risk, and no abatement can bo made after-such freight has reached Us destination. Agents will please call ship pers* attention to this, that there may be no misunder standing. Soo tables of rates for the following in car loads— Class A.—Agricultural implements, cor loads; .axle#,, wagon, wooden or Iron; bagging; basksts; beer, owners risk i billiard tables, owner's risk} binders' boards; blinds! boats, when flat oar required; boxes, empty; broom bandies ; cannon, on wheels, or when nab car required; carboys, empty, ear loads; chair, stuff, in rough; older, owner's risk of leakage; door and window frames; doom; earthen and stone ware, owner's risk; egg carrion: fell for roofing; folloos, wagon ; fowls, aUv« In crates and coops: furniture, owner’s risk; galvanized iron cornice, car load or when fiat car required; handles of wood, axe, broom, pick, ana fork; hay presses, sot up; hides, dry, loosel or in hales ; household goods; huh*, wagon I iron bolts; washers and nuts; Iron castings, not otherwise sped alight or finished 5 machinery, not othorwlße spec* ; marble, blocks or slabs, ownsr’sj risk; melons, preraid, owner’s risk; mouldings; osage plants, pre paid ; paper bags; paper, printing or wrapping; poul try ; pumps ! pump xublug, wood; relrigoralors: roof ing and building paper; sash ; doors ; blinds; window and door frames; scales and seals beams; soap, com mon ; spokes, wagon ; steam firs engines ; stonswars; staves, stove fixtures ] trees and shrubbery, prepaid!, vinegar, owner’s rlakjjwagon felloes, bows, spoken, ana hubs ; wagons, common J woshtug mochlnet; window 1 frames; windmills; wood, in sbapo wooden-ware; xino, manufactured, In shoots or rolls. Glass Beef in quantities ot odd car-load and las*' than five cars to same consignee; coke; composition l for roofing ; cooperage; drain tile: grindstones, owner’s risk: hoops, shaved, pot exceeding ton tons: hoops and hoop-poles, loaded together; nails and spikes: oil, coal, owner’s risk ; pigs’feet; slate roof- : ing; staves and headings, not exceeding ten lops; til®, drain ; wood of value, viz : mahogany, rosewood,' lignum ritaicherry, cedar, walnut, Ac, Close O—Bark, tanners'; barrels, sropty; bones J brick, fire; car wheels and axles; charcoal; coal, soft, other than mined on company's 11ns; coal, bard; fire clay ; fiar, owner’s risk of fire; hoop polos not ex ceeding ten tons; hoofs and horns; Iron, scrap, bulk, or brls, not exceeding 30,000 The; kraut; lead; lime, , 100 bits or more; posts, other than cedar; soda oah: tow. owner’s risk of fire. Glass J^—Barytas; beef, in quantities of five car 1090s and upward at one tune to one consignee; brick, common; cement: clay: coal, hard, in quantities of. . firs cars or upward; coal tar, same as salt per brl; fertilized bone or ploalor; hay. pressed In ear loads, owner’s of fire ana weather, released; husks; ice, pre paid ; iron costing* not otherwise specified, heavy, un finished : Iron ore; Iron, pig, 18,000 Q>a 01 more; lum ber, bora or aoft, see table of rates shipped north bound; railroad chain ; Iron spikes: salt, car loads, 70 brls or its equivalent in bulk, sacks, or otherwise; sand ; sawdust; stone, in block, dressed, owner’s risk, loaded and unloaded by owner: stone, rough, loaded' and unloaded by owner; stucco; telegraph poles; wood, full. THE C., B. & Q, R. R. THE NEW PAS9CNOEQ TAUtFF. Xosterday the uow passenger tariff of the Chi cago, Darlington fc Quincy came from the prin ters, revised and corroded for final use. The only point worthy of remork la that tho rate has boon mado cents per mile unlformljy throughout its length. Tho rate for tho branch, Oswego to Stroator, formerlyßK cents, has been reduced to 3% cents; that from LaMolllo to Clinton from 4 to 3% cents; and that from Car man to Homan from 4to cents, so that ono rata prevails on the main lino and branches alike from end to end. Tho following is tho now iablo, to go into affect on the let prox.; II S| tftallon. 8 F Station, 8 F Chicago... IVoodlmll 0., o. Al.o. Crow 5 SO Alpha.. .....1505.55 Douglas Park....... 6 Su Now Windsor....... 153 6.85 1 36 Viola ICO fi.w Hawthorn 0 80 Alodo 178 6.35 Cljdo 10 86 dor 185,5.50 lUvorolda 12 40| Kolthahnrg done... 189 6.60 Kensingioi)......... 14 50, No*r Uostoo. ...1936,70 Woat Lyons 16 55 Keithslarg 1P6'6.85 Woslorn (springs... 17 60 A1t00a.... 1(8 5.20 H1nKia10............ 18 55) Cuoida.... 1635.60 Clarendon HUU.,.. 19 65 Wataga 156 6.(5 Crogg’s 30 70 Oalcsuurg 16( 5.75 Dawnor'a 0r0i0.... 23 75) Cameron...,, 172 6,00 JacJod 23 Sul A100tn0uth.......... 179 6.35 lAale 25 CO) Young America.... 186 6,50 Naperrilla.. 80 I.O&i fllggs»Ule iw;fi.7o Lund’s 5i 1.25 wlrd’a. IM’XSS Galena Junction.,.. SsgoUmu 1U8|6.95 Kast DatAvia 46 1.60 liurllnglon 307 7.35 North Aurora 43 1.60 Pattorsou's ...218 7.50 Aurora...... ........ 39 i.OSj W«ror.. 319 7.80 Woat Aurora «i 1.(0 Vi. Aladfaon... 3386.10 Bhabhona 593.60 Vide .. 9338.80 Paw Paw...... 77 3.R0 A10ntrn5e............ 938^66 Compton 63 3.06 Na5hTtU0............ 2(3,8,70 Brooklyn 555.05 UalUnger’e 214X75 Amboy..... 96 3,(0 Handnsky ~3(68.80 llarmon 106 3.60 Kookuk 350 9.00 Itock FsIU 115 8.86 Carman, rla Bari.. 213 7.(0 IlataTta 48 1.50 lowa, do ...3)0 7.55 Gonora... Loaiat, do ...317 7,00 Montgomory. 43 1.46 Dallas, do ... 233 7.60 Oswego (5 1.60 Colusa, do ...3258.00' Yorkrifio £ll.OO Adrian, do ...3316.10 BUUbrook 58 3.05 Carthago, do ...2395.8S Millington,,, (3 3.15 liasco, do ~,2(0 8.60 Rhorldan.. 67 3.35 West Point, do ...3518.80 Serena *. 71b.» Silllwel). do ... 954 8.90 Indian Cr00k,,.,.... 76J2.6S Loral no, do ~. 259 9.u6 Dayton 79,2.75 Mcodoa, do 2HM 0.2# Ottawa 83 3.90 Ursa, do ...20 9.(0 booth Ottawa 84-3.95 Homan, rla Quincy. 207 9.85 Grand K1dg0........ WO Haluda 10 6.90 fitreator. 99,3.45 Abingdon 1738.05 North Oswogo 4( 1.55 Ht. Augastlno 179 6.36 Bristol 47 1.06 Aron 184:6,46 Plano 53 1.85 Prairie City 187 6,55 Sandwich 67,2 .00 DoshnaU,... 193:5.70 Horeonsnk 81-2.15 Uardolph.... 197 8.90 LeUnd 67 2.3u Alacomb 204 7.16 Karl 7(2.60. Colchester 3107.35 Moridon... fit)2.Bo: Tennessee 313 7.(0 Alondota 84 3.95) Colmar 21817,65 lAAfollie 93 3.25 Plymouth... ...223 7.80 wlllinma 97 3.(0 Auguata 22717.96 Ohio 103,3.00 LaPralria 334 8.20 Walnut 110 8.86 T, W. A W. Jo 230-8.35 Deer Grove.. 118,(.05) Ceop Point.. 3(3 8.(5 Tampico 131!4.55i C0aUburg.,,........ 347 8.65 Pnmbotetown....... 139 4.501 Palnma 3(98.70 R. iL I. A SL L. Or JW4.60 FowJor 2528.00 Ponton IBr.'i.lß Chela . 354 8.95 Garden Plain 1(3 ADC Hwbiok* 3508.95 Western Union Or.. 140 6.10 Qutney . 863 9.00 K. Clinton l(7|0.1&i Peoria, viaDuda Ur 190 6.05 Clinton... 1(8 5.20 Kickapoo, do ..10,6.35 Clarion.... 89 3.10| Udwards, do ..1766.16 Arlington 638.24 Oak Hill. do .. 108 5.90 Ma1den......... 100 8.50; Klmwood, do .. 163 8.70 Prlnootoa..... ...... lUG 8.70, Yales City, ds 165 5.80 SWyanet 113 3.90. Summit. do .. 171>!6.65 K. X. AP. June 113.8.96 Maauon, do .. 174 ( 6.]0 uda 110 4.16{ Gilson, rlaQalosb'rg 175 8.15 I>imbard,rla On. hr 126)4.(0, Knoxville, do .. ISXfi.OO Bradford, do .. 138 4.50 Partn'gt'n,via Ua.br 171,6.00 Oasnotan, do ~ 1334.65 Norris. do .. 177 6.50 Wyoming* do .. 138)4.0 Canton, do 189,6.86 Dunoon, do 14i,6.0il flt, David's, do «. 185 6.50 Afaalca. do .. 1(9 6.20: Bryant, do ~ 190 0.66 llrtoidoldi do .. 150 6.(6 Lewiston* do ~190 6.0 Nap0na0t..,,,....... 13(14.05 Inara, da ~9ft6i7.30 Kewan0e............ 133 4.60 venuonl* do ..3187.46 Oslva 1(114.95 Ray/ do ~ 230 7.70 Nokoma 148,5.30 BuanvlUe, do .. 32818,00 C. r R, I, & p, R, R. ADI. BIDDLE'S ANNUAL HEroUT. Hugh Riddle, Euq., Vice-Freßldeut and Gen eral Superintendent of the Chicago, Rook Island Hugh Biddle, Eaq., Vice-President and Gen eral Suporintondont of the Chicago, Book Island & Pacific Ballroad Company, haa submitted his annual report to the officer# and stockholders of the Company. Prom this interesting document we extract as follows $ . . GiNTLtMiK: A review of the operations of your road, and the result* attained thereby, for the fiscal year ending March 91,1873, give* evidence of the con tinued prosperity of your enterprise. The value* of your property lua been enhanced by the aubaUtutlon of additional stool rails in place of Iron, permanent masonry, and Iron bridge* for wooden structures. In creased aide tracks and depot facillUes, and a general Improvement In the permanency and smoothness of the road-bed and track. There has been a large in crease In tbe number of passengers, and tba quantity of freight moved, with a moderate increase of revenue. No serious accidents have occurred to injure persons' or property. The floe condition of your equipments haa been fully maintained, mid the road, wfihlts ma chinery, was never in bolter condition than at tbs present time. TUe gross receipts from •(( sources, /or the year ending March 31, 1&73, wore u follows * Gross earnings Intercut on loans, premiums, etc. ToUil , .$0,657,040,07 Operating expcuic#, iDolmllng Uim ami legal eipouws, were 3,317,763.94 Not oarnlrgt from this sum has been ; Dividend*, Arrll and Oct U,fUP,9M,OO lulorevt ou bonded dvbt 611,070.00 Ueiit of I'eorU it Duroau Val> ley lUilroad, 129,000.00 Leaving surplus . 87Q.653.18 Add bal. of Income account, April 1, 1879 . 8,717,030.03 Present balance of Income account.. ..$4,680,683.00 LANDS. The Land Oommlasloner reports sales of 16.601 St-100 seres, realizing the sum of $106,776.10, average #6,40 rof sere. except for a /aw hundred acres of doubtful lit]* that wore quit-claimed. Tho Commis sioner nays \ “ During the whole year 1673 our opera- Uona In falling land* wero impeded by the axislonco of tba 1 Domosload Claim*/ which sprang from tho be* lief that part of the lands belonging to the Company had boon Improper!/ certified, and bonce were liable la entry m homesteads. Acting upon this belief, seme landa in the northern part of. the grant were occupied hr equation. It la hoped that all questions of Ibln kind era eat at' mi by the act of Ootj. Kress passed laat January.. Tho low prim which are ruled tor produce In the West, end ORpooially for com, nav6 materially diminished Bales and collections, but Ilia settlement of the country along Ibahne of the Company’* railroad on ilia Mia aourl slope has made considerable progress during tho past bomod, and a good deal of prairie hsa been broken." - Taxes amounting to $03,8.70.00 hare boon paid on 464 .<l3O acres, an average of nearly 12!; cents rior acre. 1 The proceeds of tho sales of lanu, 1 after pay. hr taxes, advertising, and other incidental expenses of the department, bare been invested forlhobcuoQl of tbo sinking fund,. *-*■ Tho Commissioners of tho Sinking Fund report (hat they bold securities for tho final redemption of tho bJnlilng Fund bonds, a* follows .* 333 bonds of tho Chicago, Hook Island ft Tactile Railroad Company, of SI,OOO each, which have boon fully registered on the books of lb a Company In , tho name of tho Commissioners, and tho coupons canceled, pat value.. ..$ 333,000.00 34 bond* of the Peoria, Pekin ft Jackson ville Pall road Company, of SI,OOO oaoh, par value 34,000.00 Cash on band In Corn Excbango Dank.... 870.30 Making a total $ 357,670.36 nnoss tAnumoß, From passengers From freight.... From malls From expre55........... From roots, Interest, oto. From service*/cars From telegraph......... Total. rxPKKDmmM, Operating expenses $3,323,344.01 Legal Taxes ..; 240,480.61 Not earnings . $2,001,447,77 Percentage of operating expenses to grots earnings. - 60 65*100 Percentage Including legal expenses ami taxes 64 80-100 From pnsaeager earnings w0r0........ 94 per coot From freight earnings wers per cent From express, mails, and miscellaneous sources , 5 per cent There has been a largo Increase In the number of passengers carried os compared -with iho previous year, but tho average distance carried, and rata per mile, wore loss than tho year previous, Tho not in* ertsse in earnings from Ibis source was a little over 0 por cant. The freight movement ehowe a largo Increase of , tonnage, 20 80.100 por cent over last year. The n>» ; colpts only show an Increase of o>< per coot, proving that the Company Is annually Increasing tbs amount done, but at a decreased rate of compensation. If 1 tba rales of tbo provlous year could have boon main* , tslnod, the earnings from freight atone would bavo been increased |387,000, and at the rate obtained for carrying freight five years ago, tho earnings from that source would havo noon Increased $3,109,310.06, or nearly 60 per cent. The expenditures on account of construction sod equipment have boon as follows: How equipment. ....$ 383,734,01 Ofading, including masonry. .. 00,333.38 Second and side tracks (superstructure).., C0.3d0.43 Czcoes In cost of stoul rail over ir0n....... 07,480.63 Ballasting track with stone 30,437.36 Hew depots (Davenport and Book Island.. ' 41,018.03 Excess in cost of. Iron over wooden bridges 13,312.00 New shops, fixtures, and machinery 10,328.87 Additions to. stations, stock-yards, etc.... 12,609.05 Fort Leavenworth Ballroad, construction. 49,161,07 Indlsnola Branch Ballroad, construction. 94,004.73 Wintered Branch Ballroad, construction. 18,383.73 Sigourney Branch Ballroad, construction. C3,CBJ.CI New fences 26,944.94 New passenger depot (0hic0g0)...., 176,103.70 Pacific Hotel (Chicago) 225,000.00 New bridge at Bock Island 13,360.80 .Total.,. .$1,108,023.04 The additions made to tho equipment of the hue ' have been os follows: 14 first-class 34-ton locomo tives, 4 passenger coaches, 2 baggage cars, fl drovers’ care, 6 caboose can. 60 box freight cars, 139 stock cars, 60 platform can. AU of tbo foregoing havo been con structed in the most thorough manner In tbs Com p&nyk ahopt. Tho Weatiaghouae patent air brake bos boon applied to 80 locomotlvoe and 76 care. Several Improvements of a permanent character, 1 giving increased value to tbo road, have been mode during the year, among which may bo mentioned, the further reduction of grade and widening for second . track through Davenport bluffs, tbo material being used to fill trosUowork across Utand and slough on new bridge line; 3# miles of second track west of Daven port; 8 21-100 miles additional side track; 18X miles of steal rail laid ;4*arch culverts, and abutments for 16 bridges of first-class masonry have been substituted , for wooden structures; Iron bridges in place of wood, at Kettle Crook, Green, and Cedar Blvors: new depots of brick at Bock Island, Davenport, and lows City for .accommodation of passengers. Those at tho two first named places wore rendered necessary by tho chauge of line over sew bridge. Considerable progress has boon made in supplying stone ballast for track, a crusher with steam power having been purchased and worked with good results. The scarcity of gravel or earni ouiuuie fur uouast m lowa renders the uao of broken stone In many places almost Indispensable. Tho now bridge across tho Mississippi Hirer at Bock Island, built under direction of the United flutes ou>- ernmonl. but owned In part by this Company, waa brought into general uso In October last, effecting con siderable saving In time and expense of crossing trains as compared with the old line. Tho bridge has been built in the moat substantial manner, Iron superstructure, rooting on abutments and pier* of first-class masonry, the whole erected under the supervision of experienced Government engineers, and It may justly be regarded as among tho flneat works of its doss in America, and an attractive feature to travelers. The old bridge has been taken down and a large .portion of tho masonry removed from, fho river, in compliance with on agreement entered into with the Secretory of War, and iho last vestige of the first railroad,bridge built across the Mississippi will soon disappear. • Tho branch railroads extending to wlnlcrsot and Bigoumey, lowa, referred to in last annual report as being In. coarse of construction, have boon com pleted and In operation since May hut. The area of country from which the road has boon able to control tho trafllo by aid of these branches has been con siderably enlarged. They are proving valuable as feeders for the main line, are accommodating the counties they reach, with reasonably good railway facilities, and It may be said these branch roads bevo (bus far fairly met the expectations of your managers, and iho community who elded In their construction. Extensive quarries of good building stone abound In tbo vicinity of Wlnlorsut, from which a considerable quantity was transported lost year to Doe Moines far the new State CapUol and other uses. This item bids fair to become a source of some revenue in tbo future —while tho eblpmeuts of live stock and grain compare' favorably with tboee from any section of country of equal extent In the State. The work of rebuilding the Union Paisengor Station In Chicago waa commenced In the spring of 1872, and has been vigorously pressed forward until the present time, with the ex ception of a partial suspension during the months of January and February. Although of tho same dimensions, and occupying the soma site as the one destroyed by the late fire, some changes in the stylo of building and interior arrangements add much to its beauty and convenibDCo, and It may truly bo said to be the finest depot building la tbo West. and second to none In the country for elegance of design and adaptation for the uso in tended- TUa Pacific Hotel, In which the Company tiara an in tercet, baa boon rebuilt, ami is a magnificent atruckuro. A sow building of brick, 101 by GO foot, intended for a foundry, has boon commeuced at sow shops, Chicago. In tbo conatmcUou of engines and care, iron castings form so Important an item, it la beiloved tbs Company can make a large taring by owning and controlling a foundry In con. nsctlon with, their other shape. A new brick engine house of sixteen stalls has boon commenced at Stuart, to take the place of a temporary wooden building now used. Grading for second track between Port Byron - Junction and Colona is In progress, and it Is contem plated that about 20 miles of second track will be laid and brought Into use the present season. Atthdro manis hare been entered into with responsible parties to oooalmot by contract arob culver la and brldgo. abutments at seroral points whore wooden structures required renewing. Contracts for atoel rails sufficient to lay fifty miles of track have boon made. The lead ing items of expenditures for repairs and renewals of track bare been as follows: Coat, 2*5,510 tic* $68,731.60 1,185 gross tons rcroUod iron rolls 101,803.03 1,7113 1,126*2,210 grow tons DftWmor steel nils 313,080.70

335,000 Tbs railroad splko 10,811.77 171,305 lbs fish bars and bolts ~ 30,003.11 20,311 ralla have been out and repaired la Company shops 18,029.08 Forly»four miles of track baa been relald vrliU new iron rail, and eighteen and three-quarters mßt* with steel rail. '' Tho Company have now In nso 7,570 621*3,340 tons of Beaaomer ateel rails, and 318 107*2,210 lons of steel oapped rail*, equivalent to oighty-oiz miles of traok. Auotlier yoar'a trial of elcol ralla aorvea to strengthen tho conviction that it la wlso and economical far Unas of railway with heavy tratllo to lubstituto stool ralla for Iron as rapidly a* circumstances will permit. A por tion of the ateel rails on thlo road havo now been la use six and u half years, and give no Indications of failure. The Company have constructed 11 locomotives during tho year, giving a present total of IU7 locomotives (ail coal burners). Thcjmolivo power la generally In flrsl-olass condition, but few engines requiring or undergoing repairs ot the present (lino. The engines built at tbs Company's shops ace constructed of the beat material, with stool fire-boxes, axjes, and Urea, and It Is confidently assert ed (hat they are In many respects superior fur our ser vice to those bulU In establishments devoted expressly (o the construction of locomotives. . 9S7,WM) .$3,199,267.16 All sleeping and day coaches, baggage, mail, and ex* press cars are thoroughly equipped with the Miller I'Alettt Platform and Buffer and lha Wes doghouse Patent Air Brake. mesoN'i equipment, Sleeping coaches, U; day coaches, 65; pniaongor and beggaga cars (combiuod), 7 ,’ railway poal-olljce cars, 0 ; bsggago, mall, and express cars. 23; paymaitsr'a car, ],. Total passenger cars, 102. Box freight cars, 3,108; stock freight care, 633 J pisiform and coal cars, 860; caboose ami drovers’ cars, 77 ; pile driving cars. 1; wrecking care, 1; gravel cars (dumps}, 10. Total freight ears, 3,010. The above Includes equipment used 1a operating Chicago 4 Southwestern itulwey. HIKKTOQ me. .$1,631,790.14 . 4,697,083.01 09,761.34. . 100,(150,00 . 00,067.88 . 13,874.18 4,630.3 V .$4,410,231.20 5,611.783,49 Monnirr or rAsssMOKns. Number of passenger* transported during tho year, 960,734. Passenger* carried one mile, 43,883,171; oqniralont to carrying each passenger, 44 30*100. Average rate per mile per passenger,; 0 MMOOO cents. Sleeping cars owned and run by tho Company have earned 144,305. MOVBMBKT or mstnilT. Amount of freight transported during* year 2,573,033,451 ft* Amount of freight transported pro vloua year 3,038,608,340 Tba Increase 643,337,341 fta COST OV UAINTRNANOK. Disbursement* for maintaining and operating the road, from April 1, Jfl72, to March Jf, 1873: Btlarioaof spent* and clerks $ 357,317.00 Hooks, printing and stationery 39,681.27 Htatlou-uoiifa expenses... 6,1,880.38 Labor of handling freight, watchmen, 010 301,851,03 Conductors, baggagemen and brokomeu. 380,915.04 Englnomon and flreutea .280,254.37 Fuel account 347,477.39 Oil. billow, and wasie 48,850.28 Loss and damage to goods end baggage.. 14,107.98 Damages for Injuries to persout 14,850.01 Contingent occount 80,401.11 llopalraof engine# ond lender#.. 105,057.74 Impairs of cars 431,077.44 , Tools and machinery In abopa 19,635.93 Itepnlri of roadway and Iracli 404,876.57 Cost of Iron for repairs and ronowol of rails 354,047.70 , Jlopalni of fences and gates. I7,3Trt.T« ilopalrs of bridge* and draw* 78,093.00 llopalni of buildings and fixture* 00,817.59 Damages for cattle killed or injured 8,773.25 C«r service account J4.014.0i Repairs-of telegraph ' 7,365.43 Total . 13,053,344.01 JULAK. , tICBT. Cnd.*. o&pltalstock account.;:. .$34,900,500.00 Fractional scrip convertible Into stock... 600.00 Bonds, Chicago & Hock Island Itaflrofli! Company, cost doc 3,000.00 Mortgage sinking fund bond*.. .... 8,070,000.00 Fractional agreomonta convertible into bonds 140.00 Chicago, Hock . Island & Pacific Railroad Company, of lows IB,OOB^D Sundry balances duo 138,313.30 Profit balance of Income account 4,660,083.30 Total, Dibit. Cost of road and equipment...,. $28,721,723,02 Indlanola Hallroad VJ2,634,80 Sigourney Jtaiiroad 664,684.78 Fort Leavenworth Railroad..... 111,020.82 IVlntenot Ilallroad 222,274.07 Pacific Hotel 5t0ck.,,..,,,.... 123,000.00 Paclflo Hotel bonds 118,200,00 Railroad bridge bond* 387,130.40 Advances to poy Chicago & 9. W. It, It, coupons 609,713.49 Advances for expenditures upon Chicago ft S, W. It. It 1,088,839.88 Bonds In bands of Assistant Treasurer... 36,800.00 Duo from Poit-OOlco Department 33,303.00 Stock of fuel and materials on hand 74,170.09 Cash, cash Items, do., In bauds of Cashier, Chicago 376,116.43 Chicago, Bock Island ft Pacific Ballroad Block 4,500,000.00 Cub, and loans payable on demand 1,030,763.08 Total £-8,710,035.30 EMJ>LOVEfi. Humber of men employed, and cast of same, from April 1,1873, to March 31, 1873 : . , . Months* TetalNa. 3872. of Total pay, employes. April 3,697 $172,438.77 Way........ . 4,262 393,875.68 JUDO 4.357 103,395.23 July 4,278 100,009.10 August 4,338 100,490.29 September 4313 183,083.13 October 4.1G9 189,334.04 November 3,098 179,300.24 December. 3,734 169,320.02 1873. January 3,083 169,060.61 February 3,738 !3C5,447.50 Mercb 3,880 178,097.43 Average number of men employed per mctntU, 4,053, Average amount paid men per month, $181,788.07. eoMitiar. 1871-72.- 2872-73. Number miles run by passenger trains 980,001 1,007,497 Number of miles run by freight trains 0,058,164 3,000,493 Number mlloa run by wood, gTBTd, emlconatructlon trains 305,371 897,005 Total nnmbor miles nm.... 3,873,666 4,310,005 Number tons freight carried ono mile 108,764,088 200,317,043 Number pusougers carried one mile 38,640,505 42,382,171 Earning* per mile run on freight $1.03 $1,63 Expenses per mile run, Includ ing legal oxpouKWaml faxes.. .70 .81 Number of passenger* carried one mile for each mile run by passenger trains NEW PUBLICATIONS. P NEW BOOKS TOR SUMMER READING. must it be? A Romance. From too uu,m«» > uu<ici. oyms., translator of "By bis Own Alight," "A Twofold life, *• eto. Illustrated. Bvo. Paper coror, 75 cents. XY.no ololb, 61.56. 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A romaatio and highly attractive carrottvo of life (q tho Northwest during tho period of ch« sarly settlement, Bookseller*. or wlllbo sent by mall postpaid, upon receipt of (ho price, by J. B. LIPPINOOTT & 00., Publishers, FANCY WOODS. T. S. CONSTANTINE, Importer and Doalor in. VENEEES, Mahogany, Houowood, Florida Hod Cedar, French Walnut, Hungarian Ash, Walnut, and Ash Burls, &o. 17 South Jefferson-st, AMUSEMENTS. L. B. LENT'S ITROPOUW IBM, Monster MonagoriOiHipporoonomadon, Oara van, Equoaourrioulum, and Groat Now York Girons I SOUTH Sinß_Oornor of BUto mid Twnnty-aecond. «!«•. Monday. Tiin;d«iT. anrl Wodhmtluy, ,lnnn W. «, and V>. Andoii iho AVBUT HIDR, coroor of and Kll l ah r» Ih-si• .i Tlmrjdsy. Friday, nnd Saturday, JunaJto, 71, anil 29. Uoon opon at I nnd h oo.mmenc'j atliamlT AUmUalnn to all tho allow, Mo; Children umlor 0, 260, MoVIOKER'S THEATRE. rOfIITfVKLY LAST WORK of tho Brilliant Youo« Artltto, KATIE r>XJTISr-A-3yr. Monday *nd Tuesday Tiffining*, Juno 23 Ami 24. no en tirely now dramatisation of Mrs. tiouthworth’s story, enti tled Onpltola, or (The Hidden House. OAPITOLA KATIB PUTNAM With Hongs, Rons* and Dances, 40, Friday Evening, Juno 21, Karon oil ItonoUt ol Katie Putnam, Matinee batnrday map. m> HOQLEY’S THEATRE. Comedy, - • OAS<3?]Q. Mr. noWtlTlyaa (oepeeislly engaged tar Mi great char acter of) lleelosj Mlm Humn Donin (especially engaged for tli° dhirndlepotj Tho AlnnviU): Air. floor** (lldaoa On bu original character), Bam flerrlclge: Ml*a Sidney her.'Original character), Polly Rooles: Rip. John W. IllaUdoK m George D’Airoy; MUi Pile* O’Con a, T7 f^H lor Eoolos; Air. J. W, Norris as C»pt. Harp. Ireo. Entire now scenery and gorgeous appointment. AIKEN’S THEATRE, Gnol nml Comfortable in tbo Hottest Weather. Ths Rest Ventilated Theatre In America. A Cool Draft m>m Jsrery Sida. Lighted by Obomleal Pmeois. No Plating Oaa to lloat the Atmosphere, No Pant Necessary. Tine CROWNING SUCCESS, SZOLOE2 n Every sveolag and od 'Wednesday andS aVurday after* w w o*t patrons can soeare seat* at Ollea Ores., at 231 Writ Madlsoa-ft. ACADEMY OF MUSIO. ' FIRST VfliKK of tho groat Oomodlan COOL BURGESS And tho laogbiblo drama iroE xlesbett: JSfWiSS*'# M!h.minn™ lopisn. mi.« annib TEAMENS and I-ITTI.K JBNNIB YBAiIEWS. An ootJro ohaago of Mil. Matinees Wodoptdar and Saturday, Bttra itaUneo July 4. NEON’S AMPHITHEATRE. Monday, Juno S3. LAST WEEK, HAST WEEK, OAI WAGNER'S MINSTRELS. _ Qffloi ooi OCEAN NAVIOATII FOR EUROPE. INMANLINE ROYAX MAIL STEAMERS. Will tail from Naw York a* follow*: s?t>mr P« BatnrH«y, Jana 21, JP, M. city or £tHßM§£;:-,;-::?.'fiSSw[“jSi idt orrv of pf«; N'rSfliSfuf&S UU1 ’ “‘.MUMO^V, Cabin I'MMge, 870 and 800 Gold. BUora**, toßrtUib Porto., fXf.on Otietoaer. Koand Trip Tickets at Reduced Rates. SIGHT DRAFTS for salo at low rates. Francis o. brown, O«noral Wcatom Agent, 32 South Clark-sfc.) corner Lake. STATE LINE. NBW YORK AND GLASGOW, LIVERPOOL, RRL. , FAST AND LONDONDERRY, T>^^.w^ 4 v l Y£V u,ft ?? ,rt s a L*» u BUto lino vn■nrtfu rt27i Brooklyn, N. Y.ufollow*: Y» a it 4£o ° “ a * W«dn<wd«y, Juno 25, FotlolahtlrVtaßniirteTi' AUSTi'N'BAWJVrIN*!* OO*S* *■ . .SAMP^ftaSSjJ'K.Sf^- Cor, of Canal and West Matllxon-ato., Uologo. Billing twice ft from Now York, and carrying pas, Moagen to ill par/a of Groat Britain. frcfsnd, Continental Europe, sod the Mediterranean. Cabin from $63; steer, ago. British and Irish porta e«l, S3O; woit. $32. Centl. uoDtal portasamemotherrojnalftrlines. All payablaJa U. 8. currency. Apply for fall InformfttloD at ttio Com pany's ofßees. No. 7 RowllngOreeo, Now York, andN. J£. corner LaSalle and Madisonsti,, Chicago, HBETPSHSOIf BROTHERS, Agents. NEW YORK TO CARDIFF, BRISTOL, LOITDON; And all Other Points in England and Vales. The South Wales Atlftntto Rteamehlp Company’s new flrtt-clas* .Steamship* will sail from Pennsylvania Rail, road Wharf, Jersey City: PRMUUOkR May 28 GLAMORGAN ..June IS These steamships, built expressly for the trade. are pro* vldod wtrh all the bloat Improvements far the oomfoctand convenience of CABIN AND BTREUAOB PABBENQBR3. Pint Cabin.,.. sß# currency noooad Oibis 66currency Btoorasp.. UOeunency Prepaid Steerage eortlflofttoe from Cardiff..............533 Draff* (acjCl and upwards. Per further particular*, apply in Cardiff, at the Com pany’s Offices, ~No, 1 Dock Chainhora. and la Now York to ARCHIBALD BAXTER A CO., Agents, No. 17 Broadway. GUNABD MAIL LINE. ESTABLISHED 184:0. Steam Between Sew York, Boston, and. Liverpool, FROM MEW YORK. Batavia., Russia... Calabria, .Jana 31 (Java..., Jana 26) Patlhia. •Jon* 0ut0ft,,,... And from Do»U> •roryTooxda/. Cabin PajtanffOf 880, 8100 n.odSl3o, Gold, ilxouraionTlokoU at Reduced Rate*. Blwr»|« Puiug, C9O oomaoT, Piunbien and freight uookpd u> and from ail part* of Europe nt Joir«t ra(o«. alghlDraftaooGnat Mrilaln, Ireland, and (ho Continent. P, 11. I>U VRHNKT, Gou'l Wait'a Agent. ■ • _N. W. oor. Clark and Uaddolch-Bta. MTMAL LINE. Balling from Now Yo«k for Queenstown and I4»orpool every oaturday, and for London direct evory fortnight. Caiin Passaie SBO, S9O, aiifl SIOO Curacy. Biennlon Tleketa at favorable rates. Intending psa ■engert should make early application (or berths. STEERAGE. $29. «J currency. Prepaid steerage tickets from Urornoof. Queensloirn, Londonderry, Glasgow, Cardiff. Bristol, or London. (81.00 currency. Passenger® booked to or from Gorman and Scandina vian points at low rates. The flioaraships of this fine are the largest in the trade. Drafts on Groat Britain, Ireland, and tbo Continent. WILLIAM MACALISTEB, . . _ QottM Western Agent, aast corner Clark and Randolpb-ats, (opposite new man House), Chicago, ¥ Kortlu Bhor TRUSSES. DR MARSH'S PATENT RADICAL CURB TRUSS lath* only Treat that will car® Raptor*, in use over SO /Mr*, and bu eared thou, woui of eaioe. Wg have a Jon* JUt per. •one we bare oared which wo cod refer te, and n» oil (o have their oaeoe examined withoutobarea ami oar oplatoaa vortfiod. Wo apply air kloda of Tnuaoe, Bbouhlor Ojftcc*, utaetta Blocking*. Female Hui>- Portoii. Apafatui fur Row heat, Club Feat. Nolnal Curvature, Weak Ankles, and all Physical DolormlUos, Every Instrument guaranteed. UARBFI A BOWLES. . . .. .103Waahiuglon.it, ** Female to attend Ladlee." FLAG POLES. NOTICE. FLAG- POLES Of all tiers, nady.jsado pr luado tn order. White A»h roiaeoiaii eirMalwayaoß baud. Onisra toft with till* itKRT UUURAUU A CO., ami JSM fioilh wi!ar"at.T will receive prompt attention. A good supply of well* borers poles constantly go hand. WINDOW SCREENS.' WIRE WINDOW SCEBENS. Call at 66 Booth Olark-at. and see for voureolvoe. Cheap. ««t and boat Wire BAreon* made. Flower Standa at whelml* AOd retail. £r,;rrn A DUIUtART. RAILROAD TIME TABLE. ARRIVAL'AHD DEPARTURE OF TRAINS, Summer Arrangement. Explanation ot RKrr.nrNor, fiunim.— t naturdnyot. Mptad. * Sunday exooplen. i Monday Dipnplod, ) Ar tlt» Sunday atßKX>a» m. t Dally. MICHIGAN CENTRAL & ErEAT WESTERN RAILROADS P*T?l, f<nt (\f Tsikr *l., nmf fool f\f T'irrntu~*teonil‘tt'i atcfccl rtfUetfCl Clark #ou(Am»l rornrr *t/ llondolrh, oni t 76 Conat-tl,, corner nf AloiUton. r,rnrt, Arrtvf. M»» (rja ra «|n and *lr llo«> • firOO* m. • fi;ls n. m. I)ft» KipniM • m. • 0:00n. to. Aocamttiodftdnn f .1:85 p. to. m. NiJW K,pro ” I fi;lsp, m. S^^-ab-KirWiTai: W -I" 1 "- m ' CHICAGO A ALTON RAILROAD. Chteago, Alton tt it. fault Through f,(u», n n> Ufa,) nnc iMrJ route from Chiengotn Kaniat C Depot, ]»til Side, near Haclfio«•*/, brUlgc, Bt. Irfrals A Springfield ftxprlss, via Main Lino Kansas Oily Kn»t Express, via Jacksonville, 111., and Loultl an*, M 0.... Wodddb, Lacnn. Washington E<> Press (Western Division.) Joliet A Dwight AeenmoMatten. Bt- Loula A Springfield Lightning Express, rla Main Line. and alto vl» Jacksonville Division.,.,... Kansas Oily Express, via Jack •onvllle, 111., A Louisiana, Mo,, Jouoraon CHy Kinross, Peoria, Keokuk A Burj’a Ex.,... IDally. Main J,lnp. and dally except Saturday, via Jacksonville Dlvhlon. «Daily. vfaMtln Line, «od dally except Monday, via Jacksonville Division, CHICAGO. MILWAUKEE A ST. PAUL RAILWAY. Union Depot, corner Jfmlhon nod Cnnnl-.d*.; Ticket Ofleg oSisouth Cfartril., appetite Sherman //mu;, and at Dcpei; A trite. Milwaukee. St. Paul A Mlnnesp. ~ Am , ** > i /A £ pi r* , -s *9:9oa. ra. M W*, tn. Alllwaukop A Prairie du cKloa Malland Express.. • 6:00p, m. *11:00*. m. Milwaukee. St, Paul A Mlnnoap* olla Night Express tfl:ttp. m. *< ; lßn. m. CHICAGO. BURLINGTOMiOUINCr RAILROAD. tndinna-CM)., and SUltinth.it., ‘ and Canal and Slxttrnth.elt, Ticket octree. Jfo. 69 Clark* it., una at depoti, Deate, Arrive . Mall and Express * 7:46 a m *fi-ao‘n m' Ottawa and SlPeatorPasiongor.. 7:46 a, m. 8-00 p‘ m. ° lt7 EXP> “- :,2 s }5 a * m - - .8:»P sv Pacillcrast Line..,.............. *10:00*. m, Mi36n.ni. Aurora Passenger.... * S:l6p. m. *B:lsa. ra. Mondela A Ottawa Faupngor... • 440 p. m. • 9-&6 a m. DowneraGrovo Aooomraodatton • l:<6p. m, *7-30 a m. Aurora Passenger... • BiSOp, m. • 8-56 a, ra. racllio Night Ripresa flllAJp. m. 1 6:30t S. Downot s Orore Accommodation * 6:16 p. m. * 6:Wp. m. ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD. Oti*o< foot of lsxk*4t. nod foal 4 f VtcenlgeceendUi. TtckH oQi<fs, I3X Udmtofpi-H., near Clark. Ltate, Arrive, s. r * f oo j*? I R , W •iris A, m. *l:3op. m. GUnJun *“ Uo ” t*4"o. m. ■ 7 .555, m. Jr i l ® » * 8:26 a. m. * 4:46 p. ra. Cairo Express f 8:16o. m. • 7-u • m Nprlng&old Kxpraa0...,,.,,..,..., • 8:25 a m. * 4’*Bo’m* R/>rtngtlelcl Kspross...... f 8:!8o, m • 7-M a* m Dubuque A Sioux City fer * 9:15 a! m. * 240 d’m Dubuque ABlou* City £x tSrf»p.ra. *740al m. Cfflnaiiara Passenger * MSp. m. * 840 p. m. S a 2 ft, ji ce, L p H , ' >n A or •UslOp.m. • B4oa m. ra. •6*4Ba.’ra. l , 3*ns^^ an JSi tt ! c 500,,8 * 7:10 a. m. * 7-45 a. m. Tfyde Park and Oak Woods t 9:00 a. m. * S-tOa m. ui3 o S*^u an 3S*) t w oot,, '••" , • fWtlOp. m. * 9 : W«.’ ra. tydo Park and Oak Wood *B4od m llo>BDa m JdoP.rk.nJO.k WogJ.,• .iM,! m. I 1-»S 2‘ J/doParkand Oak W00d*....,-. * 6:16 p, m, * 6-SOn ra. iiJ3° E ftr t aa ll P 3 )*}X°oda....... • 8:l0p, m. • 6-Mp.’ In, Uydo Park and Oak Woods *t!:top, ni. * 7;4Qp, m. CHICAGO & NORTHWESTERN RAILROAD. CUv affleet, comer Danrtolph and and 75 Chnol* el., corner ilndlton-tt, A«jc<, Arrive. PaolfloFastLluo ’10:16 a. m. »' guhwduo.Day Kx. vie Clinton.... 10:!B a. m. f’tßp* m Pacific Night pi m. M:Wa Si Diibuque Night Kx. via Clinton.. 10:46 p, ra . *6-80 a. ra. KroeportAUiibnquoßxpresa..... * S:ts a. m. *3-00n ni, miiS * Ex P rtss : 2 :ISp ‘ S: • b St« sili 1 e “ tI 411 8:00 »* »• *10:15 a. m. Milwaukee Kxprose •9.-30*. m . *4:OJp,m. M waukeoPassonger..,,.... * 6 : oop, m . • 7Hop.m. MilwaukeePaasongor (dolly) {ll:00p. m . i 640 a.tn. ureen Say Express 9:40 a. tn. * 7:00 0. m. fajPfes. *10:10 a: S. 4.Wp S MarooeUfl Express • 040 p. m. * 6:60 a. m -Bt. Paul Express 10-.30 p. m. t 6:30 a. m. .Manager. CHICAGO. ROCK (SIANQ k PACIFIC RMUWW. Drpoi, corntr of Harritm\ anJ Shrrmnn-iu. Ticket office. Omaha, 1-caTanw‘tlii Atchison Ps *10:15 a. m . • 3M6d. m. Pont Accommodation • fi : ooo, m. • g-ioa. a. Night Btprosa. tMtMp.m. 11:00 a, m. Loaveuwurth 4 AtchMon Kzprois tl0:00p.m. i 7*oo a a. lake SHORE & MICHIGAN SOI liepot. Lan /luren-tl., foot of Zo nor/Aire»{ eompr CUtrk and Jfani comer Canot and HaJiton-iU. Rspross Accoro. via Mala Line.. Mall, rla Air Lino and Alain Line Bpccls) Now York Kiprws. via Air Lino Atlantic JCipresa, via Ale Jdne.. Night KxproM, via Main Line.... ElJcf/arf Accommodation Booth Chicago Accommodation.. PITTSBURGH, FORT WAYNE & D ay llxproas...,, Pacific Express Past line Mall Valparaiso Accommodation. CHICAGO & PACIFIC RAILROAD. ■ • (OPFHTOBLOIH.) Dtpnl corner ffaUted ami Xorth Umnrh-»tt, General office 18 .IMrojioMtin Jllork, turner Randolph uml LoS>tUe-»te. Elgin Accommcdatlon River Park Accommodation. River Park Accommodation, CHICAGO. INDIANAPOLIS & CINCINNATI THROUGH LINE VJA KANKAKEE ROUTE. fV«ffl the Orrat 6’en(ral Railroad JJepal, foot of Lakelet, For (Areuph (icArfs ami slcvplng-ear btrlhi appla at our neto Ticket office, 121 Jlrtndolph'U., near Comer Clark; 76 Chnal-st.. comer kfaditon; 06 LaSalle., corner Wash* inylan, and at Jllineie Central Gepot, Leave Chicag0,........ Arrive at Labyotto.... Arrive at Indianapolis Arrive at Cincinnati .. Tralaa arrive at Chicago at 7:67 a. m.. 8:36 a. ra.. and 7:40 p. ra. Only lino running Saturday night train to In dlanapolta and Cincinnati. South End passengers can got baggage checked and taka train at Twoniy-socond-st. Depot. GETTYSBURG WATER. .July i .July & .July a GETTYSBURG KATALYSINE WATER. The United States Dispensatory, tha authorized record of oar Materia Medie*, classes this water with the most renowned Alkaline or Carbonated Springe of Buropiv It far excels any other known in IU self-preserving proper* ties. U does not deteriorate by bottling and keeping. 1( hat caver been claimed for any other mineral water tbs Jiowor to dissolve the antes, or to-called chalk formation! a the body or on the limb® and Joint®. This the Getty* burg Xatalysino Water baa dona in hundreds of Instances. Gout, Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Dyspepsia, Gravoi, Dia. boles. Kidney sad Urinary Diseases generally have all yielded to its Influence. It hat rostered Muscular Power Vo the paralytic, cored Abdominal s>ren»y, and gives healthy action to the Torpid Liver. It has oared Chronic Dlarrhau* Piles. Constipation, Asthma, C* tareh, Diseases of lb® Skin, General Debility and Ner voos Prostration from Uonul and Physical Excess es. AU thee® by th® bottled waUr. It U a (oweriul antidote for Excessive Kating or Drinking, t corrects tb® Stomach, promotes Digestion, and re. lioves the Usad almost immediately. Pamphlets contain log a history of tbo Spring, reports from eminent Phyrt clans and medical writers, marvelous and woll-attostod oores, and testimonial! from distinguished citizens, will be furnlahed and sent by mall cm application to WHITNEY PROS.. GonU Ag'ta. „ _ „ _ 2W South i>ont-»t., Philadelphia, Pa. Gettysburg Rnriag 00. Par sals by VANBOUAAOK, STEVENSON 1 REID, DUCK A HAYNBR, and druggists gcuorally. SCALES. FAIBBAHKB* IrTj STANDARD 1/ SCALES '.'tA. OP AtL B,ZI£S jtgggI&Sm3TAXRDANKB,MOBSB &0O Wr SAIiVJS. All Right Halve fur Duma, Ilolle, CORNS! DR. HTBPUBNB. 11l Drarliom.»t. to rente a her. MISCELLANEOUS. BAELOWS INDIGO BLUE la tne cheapest and beet article In tbs market for 0 LUIS* IWO OUiTIIES, The genuine haa both Harlow's and Vi Ulberucr'e namoa on the label, andte nut up at Wlltberger'a Drug .Store, No, 333 Norin Socona.Bt,, Philadelphia. . D. B. WILTUBRU&R, Proprietor. fy Tor sale by Grocers and Dmgglete. WILLIAM A. HARRIS, Provldenoe, R. 1., Builder of the HAiffllS-OORLISS ENGINE With Davis' Patented ImprevotaenU. Bead for Olrctt* la re, 1 o,oo*. ra. W do |i. m. 8.40 p. m *6:oon. m, HENRY ( U»D( □. \V RNTW< fral P«»iona( KJRTU. tar Agent. >1 Lculitrjn'% Wfy. Union /.OitC, Arrive, * 0:16 a. m. * 8:12 p. ta*“ * 0:16 *. m. • 8:10 p.m. MROp.m, * 4 do p, m, * I:f0p, ra, * 0:40 0,03, 1040 p. ra. 1640 p. m. 19,40 p, m. * 9:00r. tn. W:80p: m. P7:W s. m. 7:80 a. ra. 8:10 p. in font i. Arrive. juthern railroad. Ticket offices, taoJpJj^l», f and iputftwej: Leave. 9:30 a. m. * £ :40 ft. m. A Hw. - 6£Sp. m. * 0:00 p. m. * BJWp. ra. • 9:00 ft. m. 6:13 p. tn. *19:00 p.m. * 5:40 p, m. 11:00 m. 8:00 a. ra. *16;30». m. 9 0:66 a. ra. I'tOp. m. CHICAGO HI [AILROAD. Leave, Arrive, * 9:00 a, m. 16:10 p. m. ra :00p, m. 4:65 a. m. |* 3:40 p, tn. f7:3op. ca. 6:30 a. m. *8:00 a, m. 6:10 I>. m. 1 8:60 ft. m. /,nice. Arrive. 6:00 p.m. 9;30«.m. 6:16 ft,to. 10:61 a.m. B:3op.ra. 7;21p.m. ..I* 9:30 a. m. | 8:48 p. m. I * 9 ;S5 p. ra. j 1 ;60 a. n. I' 1 6:65 p. m. 4 4.45 a. ra.

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