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THE BEST LINE TO

CINCINNATI,

DAYTON,

TOLEDO. Making close connections at Cincinnati for NEW YORK, PHILADELPHIA, BALTIMORE, WASHINGTON, RICHMOND, VA,

LYNCHBURG, CHATTANOOGA, LEXINGTON, DANVILLE, KY., KNOXVILLE, ATLANTA,

MACON, AUGUSTA, GA. Mobile, Jacksonville, Fla., New Orleans, and all points East & South,

Making close connection at Dayton for NEW YORK, BOSTON, ALBANY, BUFFALO, CLEVELAND. All points East close connections at Toledo for Detroit, Lansing, Saginaw Bay cities, Montreal and Quebec,

Ask for Tickets via. C., H. & D. R. R, For Tickets or information in ordering trains, Sleepers, etc., call at Indianapolis Ticket Office, corner of Kentucky avenue and Illinois street, or Union Depot. SAM'L. STEVENSON,

C. L. DİLTS, 4-tf

P. P. & Ticket Agent. Act'g Pass. & Ticket Agent.

SOU T H ! J. M. & I. RAILROAD.

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Shortest, Best, and Most Popular Line to

Louisville
, Nashville

, Memphis, Chattanooga, Atlanta, Mobile & New Orleans.

It is obviously to the advantage of passengers going South to purchase tickets by the direct route. The facilities offered are unequalled.

Palace Sleeping Cars and elegant Parlor Cars run between Chicago and Louisville daily without change.

Through Coaches and Pullman Sleeping Cars between St. Louis and Louisville daily. These are rare advantages. Speed and safety.

Ask your friends if they have ever ridden over the "Jeff" and they will answer, “yes, always take the old reliable”

J. M. & I. R. R.

For information as to rates, route, and time of leaving of trains, please ap ply to

H, R. DERING, Ass't Pass. Agt., Indianapolis, Ind. Office northeast corner Washington and Illinois Sts., opposite Bates House. JAS. McCREA, Manager, Columbus, O.

E. A. FORD, Gen'l Pass. Agt., Pittsburgh, Pa.

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BLOOMINGTON, MONROE COUNTY, IND.

Fall Term begins Sept. 3, 1885. Winter Term, Jan, 5, 1886.

Spring Term begins March 30, 1886.

THREE COLLEGIATE COURSES.

1. The Course in Ancient Classics; 2. The Course in Modern Classics;

3. The Course in General Science.

Also, a Preparatory Course.

The Fall Term begins with the opening of the College Year, Thursday

Morning, September 3, 1885. Students to be examined should present

themselves two days earlier. Tuition Free. Contingent Fee, $5 per term. Library Fee required of all,

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The DIRECT LINE to SPRINGFIELD, JACKSONVILLE, QUINCY, HANNIBAL,

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VANDALIA LINE.

By this Line you can always obtain minimum rates, quick time, and supe rior accommodations. It is the short route to St. Louis, and all points in Missouri, Kansas, Texas, and other States and Territories. Three fast trains daily froin Indianapolis to St. Louis, as follows: Leave Indianapolis at 12.00 o'clock noon, 10.00 P. M. and 11.00 P. M. Arrive at St. Louis 7.30 P. M., 545 A. M., and 7.00 A. M., respectively. Parlor Cars on day trains, and new Reclining Chair Cars FREE on night trains. This is a great luxury and comfort to passengers going to the Far West.

Prompt and sure connections are made in Union Depots, whenever changes are necessary; thus, transfers are entirely avoided by passengers taking this route. The VANDALIA affords comfort and fast trains to passengers holding second-class tickets, and baggage is checked through from starting point to dessination. Round trip tickets to all important land points are regularly on sale, and are sold at a considerable reduction from one-way rates. To pas. sengers going West, we will suggest the advisability of making inquiry about the VANDALIA LINE before purchasing tickets elsewhere, it being an assured fact that they will save time and money by doing so.

Information regarding the line, through car service, rates of fare, etc., will be cheerfully furnished upon application to any agent of this Company, or

H. R. DEERING, Asst Gen'l Pass. Agent, 2 tr

48 West Washington St., Indianapolis, Ind.

Postage always an extra ten per cent. of total amount. All prices guaranteed, and in case any lower rates are quoted by any dealer, you will find ours

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