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March 30, 1895

THE JOURNAL TRAIN.

JAMA. 1895;XXIV(13):495. doi:10.1001/jama.1895.02430130033010

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Abstract

The itinerary of the Journal train from Chicago to Baltimore has been issued. The Pennsylvania Railroad has done its utmost to provide the very best service known to modern travel, and all the world knows that when the Pennsylvania Railroad tries to do anything, that it is always done well. Our members from the Pacific coast, the interior valley and the great Northwest will meet many of their brethren and travel in luxurious fashion, by taking the Journal Special Through Pullman Vestibuled Train, from Chicago to Baltimore, Sunday, May 5, at 3:15 p.m. For space, address H. R. Dering, Ass't Gen'l Pass'r Ag't, 248 S. Clark Street, Chicago, or Traux, Greene & Co., 75-77 Wabash Avenue, Chicago. The rates of fare will be one and one-third, making $23.20 for the round trip and $5 for sleeping car each way.

The Journal train may be joined at the principal points between

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