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Day
26
Month
September
Year
1895
Copyright
Public Domain
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Tile Incomparable lilcniL A Alloii In these United States of America at least, and it is highly probable that throughout the entire world, the ofiicial record for the safety nd welfare of its passengen made and maintained by the Chicago & Alton Rajlroad eannot be surpassed if indeed it can be equalled. Over its eoinpletely rock-ballasted. duBtlesa roadwaj; between ''hieagoand Kansas City, Chicago and Sr. Louisand St. Louis and Kansas City, eighteen magnifïcently appointed express trams are run on uniforraly fast time every day. Hut in spite of tilia heavy iassenger trartic the official records show that From December 4, 1879 to December 4. 1890, eleven years, the re was no passenger, who was in place as a p-.issenger, killed on Chicago & Alton trains. Moreover there was not a passenger seriously injared. tothe extent of losing a limb, an eye or a member of any kind durir.g that time. Thirinir the entire period of the World's Oolumbian Kxposition in Chicago, whcn it was not an uncommon thfntr to find the usual passenger trafile f the road increased two, three and four-fold, and special excuroion trains were very many, there was not an accident of any kind- a most remarkable record. Besides being America's most popular railroad, the Chicago c Alton is the Pioneer Dining (ar Line. the Pioneer Pulían Sleeping Car Line and the Pioneer Palace ItecliningChairCar Line. Be sure tbat your ticket reads over the Chicago & Alton Railroad, when its matchless and direct Unes can form the whole, or even a part of your iouiney. Jabíes Charlton, General PaMengor and Ticket Agent. 02 Chicago, 111. A Germán Colonl.iiisr lompany. A company with a capital of $200,)00 for the establishment of asriculiural settlements in Cernían southwent frf.ra has been formed in Saxony. Talk to the Moo-Cows. The Atchison Globe is responsible for :he statement that ex-United States 5enator John J. Ingalls teil his roubles to his cows.

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Ann Arbor Register