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WIIKRK TO SPEKD THE ir Fndeclded, Perhapa Ti i wi ! : Help ïoa. Where to go, what to do, how to do it, and the expense involved - questions agitating so man? householdc, contemporary with the advent of summer, are all sniwered satisfactorily in the pages of the handsome volume entitled "Health and Pleamre," just issued bv the Passenger Department of the New York Central & Huison River Railroad. Tne boók is profusely illustrated, contains several valuable mapa, and the imformation is presented in a concise, y et readable manner. It embraces an extensivo list of eummer hotels and boardmg houses aloDg the Hudson, among the Catskills, in the Adirondack Mountains, at Saratoga, Lake üeorge, Niágara Frlls, and othpr fsraou8 resorts. Copies of the book mav be obtained free upon appücation to W. B. Jerome, General Westn-'n Agent, No. 97 CUrk St., Chicago, or will be mailed post piid upon receipi of ten cents in ftarops, by George H. Daniels, General Passenger Agent, Granj Central Station, New York. IIoiiiPMCekprN' and Harvest Exeursions West at Onc-llitlf Rales, vla., llllnnis Central K. K. On April 22d, May 20th, September 9th and 23d, and October 14th, 1890, the Illinois Central Railrosd will sell excursión tickets at Onk Fare for the round trip to uil stations west of and including Iows Fallí, Ia, which embraces the lollowing prominent points: Webster City, Ia. Ft. Dodge, Ia. St .rm Lake, Ia. Le Mars, Ia. Sioux City, Ia. Cherokee, Ia. Ou iwa, Ia. Sheldon, Ia. and Sioux Falls, So. Dak. Tick t8 are limited to return with:n 30 days ai H are goo.l for stop-over privileges west of lowa Falls, both going and returning. Solid trains, consÍ6ting of elegant free reolining chair cars, and Pullman palace sleepers, leave Chicago at 1.00 p. m., and 1135 p. m., and run through to Sioux City without change. For through tickets, ratee, etc., apply to nearest ticket agent, snd for. a copy ol pamphlet descriptive of towns in Northwestern Iowa, eDtitled "Homes forEverybody" apply to F. B. Bowes, (Jen'l Norhern Pass. Agt., 194 Clark St, Cnicago. A Chance to Malte im. Me. Editor:- I bonahl one of Griffirh'g machines for plating with gold, silver or nickel and it works to perfection. No sooner did the peoplehearof it than I had more spoons, knives, forks end jewelry than I could píate in a month. The first week I cleared $31 30, the first month $167.85, and I think by .Tul? lst I will have $1,000 cash and give my farmeoniderable attention, too. My daughter made $27.40 in four days. Any person can get one of these machines by sending $3 to W. H. Griffith & Co., Zanesville, O., or can obtain circulars by addressintr them. You can learn to use the machine in one hour. As this is my Brst lucky gtreak, I give my experience, hoping others may be benefited as much as I have been. Tours truly, M. O. Morehkad. To-day and tomorrow and every day in the year you art take the picturesque Erie for Phiïadelphia, New Yoik, and all Sea Board cities, and be assured luxurious travel. Elegant Pullman Sleeping and Buffet cars, finest in the world; Day Coaches and Baggagre cars over the Ei ie Railway to New Yoik. Attacred to Grand Trunk train leaving Detroit 6.35 p. m. (djly except Sunday) is a nmgDifioent Pu Iman tleeper to Hornellsville connecting at that point with luxurious Drawing Room cars, arriving in New York at 4.22 p. m. ceotral time. to run remainder of year. No extra charge for quick time and superior serv:ce. New York paaceDgers landed up-town or down-town convement to '.eading hotels, wholesale and retail business houses, sieamship piers and stations of connecting lines. Cali on nearest ticket agent of any line in Michigan, Ohio or Indiana for through tickets to all points in the East, or address F ank M. Cadwell, Tiveling Pass. Agt., 155 Jefferson Ave., Detroit, Mich.; W. C. Rioearson, Ass't Gen'l Pass. Ast., Cleveland, Ohio; Geo. DeHaven, Ass't Gen') Pass. Agt., New York; L. P. Farmer, Gen'l Pass. A at., 21 Cortland St., New York. The Cincinnati, Hami'-on & Dayton Railroad is the fhort anrl direct line from Michigan and Curada to Cincinnati, Indianapolig, LouifVille, Nashville, Birmingham, Meridian, New Orleans, ChattaDooga, Atlanta, Ma. Dn, Charleston, Savannah, Jacksnnvil' , and all southern cities. Day and m,nt trains run throui?h polid between Detroit and Cincinnati. Direct connectiona made at Cincinnati for all points soutb, aoutheast and southwest. The only line leaving Detroit morning and evening by which you can secure parlor and sletping cara. No extra charge for quick time and superior service. Cali od or address nearest ticket gent of any line in Michigan and Canada for through tickets to all points south, or address D. B. Tracy, Northern Passenger Aent, 155 Jefferson-Ave, Detroit, or E. V. MoCormick, General Passenger Agent, 200 W. Fourth St, Cincinnati. - - - - --.. llYOU WISH TOAdvertise Anything Anywhere ATAny time WRITE TO Geo. P. Rowell & Co. No. io Spruce Streef NEW YORK.


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