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THE ILLINOIS FARMERS AND THE RAILWAYS.

THE ILLINOIS FARMERS AND THE RAILWAYS.

was content to secure the judge after he had been elected. In this respect, however, Illinois has just now improved upon the method of New York. The State of Illinois in its young days was so anxious to obtain rail- ways, hoping by their means to be able
July 2, 1873 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
STATE OF ILLINOIS.

STATE OF ILLINOIS.

STATE OF ILLINOIS. (Extracts from a private letter, dated Dixon, Illinois, December 10, 1850.) I hare now a farm of 2000 acres, with over 2000 acres aronnd it, tbat if desirable may, all or part, be added to the farm. I cultivate in the grains 300 to
January 22, 1851 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD

ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD

currenoy. From each bond so purchased by the Illinois Company, the memorandum identifying the same as being subject to the agreement will be detached' and destroyed, so that the bonds purchased the Illinois Company cannot under any circumstances, be again
July 26, 1873 - Norwich Mercury - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
Sweet revenge for Illinois?

Sweet revenge for Illinois?

Sweet revenge for Illinois? By RICHARD ONSLOW APOSTLE and Illinois renew rivalry in the Princess of Wales Stakes (4.0) at Newmarket to-morrow. Back in April, Apostle beat Illinois, who was finishing as strongly as anything, by three parts of a length
June 29, 1961 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
TIE VOTE IN ILLINOIS

TIE VOTE IN ILLINOIS

TIE VOTE IN ILLINOIS Particulars are now to hand of the precise nature of the victory gained in Illinois. The Woman Suffrage Bill recently passed by the Illinois Legislature gives the omen the right to vote for all the statutory offices in the State—that
July 4, 1913 - Votes for Women - London, London, England
 
PROHIBITION IN ILLINOIS

PROHIBITION IN ILLINOIS

them know in what shape this question still troubles and exercises the minds of their cousins in the West.. The t laws of Illinois seem to be almost identical with the permissive prohibition for which Sir Wilfrid Laevson and his followers have fought so
June 11, 1883 - Glasgow Herald - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
Illinois .-. ' Central- MIraad .. ¦ . " - ¦ ; •; . Company . ¦ Issue-of £ 1

Illinois .-. ' Central- MIraad .. ¦ . " - ¦ ; •; . Company . ¦ Issue-of £ 1

Illinois .-. ' Central- MIraad .. ¦ . " - ¦ ; •; . Company . ¦ Issue-of £ 1 , 060 , 000 and $ 5 , 000 , 000 Joint First Befundicg Mortgage ; 5 per Cent . Bonds flF THE ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD COMMKV . AKD CHICAGO , ST LOUIS , AND NEW ORLEANS RAILROAD
December 17, 1913 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
THE NORTH BRITISH AGRICULTURIST. LIVE STOCK FARMING IN ILLINOIS.

THE NORTH BRITISH AGRICULTURIST. LIVE STOCK FARMING IN ILLINOIS.

THE NORTH BRITISH AGRICULTURIST. LIVE STOCK FARMING IN ILLINOIS. WRITING from Lincoln, Illinois, on Juno 26, the Scotsman's special reporter in America says Illinois is the greatest beef-producing State in America, and hence its stook farming is at present
August 1, 1877 - North British Agriculturist - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
THE BISHOP OF ILLINOIS.

THE BISHOP OF ILLINOIS.

THE BISHOP OF ILLINOIS. TO THE EDITOR. Sir,— Apart from tbe most unfortunate language of the entire paragraph, the difference between the Bishop of Illinois and the assistant or suffragan Bishop of Kentucky is so completely mis-stated by your New York
August 4, 1869 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
THE RACIAL TROUBLES IN ILLINOIS .

THE RACIAL TROUBLES IN ILLINOIS .

THE RACIAL TROUBLES IN ILLINOIS . NEGROES - FLEEING FROM THE TOWNS . . . NEW YOKE , August 19 . A telegram from Knoxville , Illinois , reports that ' the racial • troubles are spreading in many of the mining ' districts , and that despite the efforts
August 20, 1908 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland