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To Pittsburg, New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, and Washington City, with but one change of cars to Pittsburg, connecting directly with all trains on the
GREAT PENNSYLVANIA CENTRAL RAILROAD,
To New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington City, and all the interior towns of Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, Maryland, &c.
Merchants, by taking this route, will have the advantage of all the Eastern markets at no additional cost.
Baggage checked through to Pittsburg.
Passengers for New York and Philadelphia will have their baggage checked on the cars, which is equivalent to checking through to the above points.
Trains leave Michigan Southern Depot, Chicago, as follows; A. M.-MORNING EXPRESS, daily, Sundays excepted; P. M.-NIGHT EXPRESS, daily, Sundays excepted-running through to Pittsburg with but one change of cars.
Connecting at Crestline to Cleveland & Lake Shore Railroad, to Dunkirk, Buffalo, Niagara Falls, New York and Boston, and all the inner towns of New England, via New York Central and New York & Erie Railroads. Also South to Columbus, Janesville, Newark, Mount Vernon, Steubenville and Wheeling, and interior towns of Ohio and Virginia.
The above trains connect at Forrest with trains on Mad River Road to Springfield, Urbana, Dayton and Cincinnati.
FARE AS LOW AS ANY OTHER ROUTE.
Passengers bound East will find this route both pleasant and agreeable, passing through many of the largest and finest cities in the United States.
Passengers arriving at Chicago on any of the roads, will find attentive check agents at the depots to receive checks and convey baggage, free of charge, to the Pittsburg and Chicago cars.
Tickets for sale at all the principal ticket offices in the West, and at the Company's office, corner of Randolph and Dearborn streets, opposite the Revere House, or at the depot, on Van Buren street, Chicago. Be particular and ask for tickets by Fort Wayne.
DANIEL W. BOSS, General Agent, Chicago.
JAMES H. MOORE, General Superintendent.
TO MERCHANTS AND SHIPPERS.-The Pittsburg, Fort Wayne & Chicago Railroad Company having effected an arrangement with the Pennsylvania Central Railroad Company, for the transportation of through freight, property can now be shipped by this line between Chicago, Philadelphia, Baltimore, New York, and Boston, with promptness and dispatch. Contracts can be made at the following offices: No. 2 Astor House, No. So. William st., No. 8 Bathing Place, New York; No. 54 Kilby street, Boston; No. 3 Dock street, Depot North street, Philadelphia; Depot Twelfth street, corner of Canal street, Chicago.
Mark packages "Via P., Ft. W. & C. R. R."
JAMES W. MUSSON, Freight Agent, Chicago.
JNO. S. HOUSTON, General Freight Agent, Pittsburg.
Great Pennsylvania Central Route.
THE SHORTEST, CHEAPEST, AND MOST DIRECT LINE
Great West and Eastern Cities.
Two Hundred and Forty Miles of Double Track-an exclusive Telegraph Line-road ballasted throughout with broken stone, rendering it entirely free from dust-comfortable sleeping cars, and all modern improvements.
Through from Pittsburg to Philadelphia without change of Cars or Conductors.
Three through Trains daily from Pittsburg to Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington City, New York, Boston, and Eastern points. Direct connections made at Pittsburg with the Pittsburg, Fort Wayne and Chicago Railroad, and all Western roads.
Facilities for the transportation of Freight and Live Stock unsurpassed by any road in the Union. Fare always as Low as by any other Route.
Through Tickets for sale at all the principal Ticket Offices in the West. Ask for tickets via the Pennsylvania Central Railroad. THOMAS A. SCOTT, General Superintendent, Altoona, Pa.
H. H. HOUSTON, General Freight Agent, Philadelphia.