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August 13, 1887

Railway Rates to the Congress; Extension of Time.

JAMA. 1887;IX(7):211. doi:10.1001/jama.1887.02400060019006

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Abstract

—We would call the attention of the readers of The Journal living west of the Ohio River, who intend going to the meeting of the International Medical Congress next month, to the advertisement on advertising page 11 in last week's issue of The Journal, in regard to the facilities and equipment of the Baltimore & Ohio Railway.

We also wish to state that inasmuch as the Trunk Line Traffic Association has allowed an extension for return tickets, used by those attending the Congress, until September 20, the Baltimore & Ohio Railway has also arranged to extend the time of all return tickets over their line to the same date; thus enabling those who wish to do so to visit New York, Boston, the seashore, and other points after the Congress adjournsl. This information is later than that under the department of "International Medical Congress," on a subsequent page.

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