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April 4, 1885


JAMA. 1885;IV(14):380-381. doi:10.1001/jama.1885.02390890016008

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The passenger department of the Illinois Central Railroad Company has issued special notices that delegates to the Association, and their families and friends, who do not wish to return over this line, may purchase tickets at the company's office, 121 Randolph street, Chicago, to return over another route, either via Nashville, Louisville, Cincinnati or St. Louis, at $5 in excess of the round-trip rates over this line; thus affording a magnificent journey, during the day, from New Orleans to Mobile along the Gulf coast, passing through Pascagoula, Ocean Springs, Biloxi, Pas Christian and Bay St. Louis,—all quaint old towns; then north to Montgomery, through the mountains of Alabama, to Decatur, Nashville, Mammoth Cave, etc. In view of the fact that accommodations at New Orleans have been somewhat meagre and expensive during the winter, a special agent of the Illinois Central Company leaves Chicago on April 4 for New Orleans, in

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