The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953, December 14, 1893, Image 2

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    THE TELEFH0NE-KEG1STEK.1
HARBINS & HEATH. Psbli.h.r».
SUBSCRIPTION RATES
• m C«py. per year, inadvsac*............... I> 00
On* Cepr, ail month« ia advance...............
"W"............
Entered at the |w»toffice at .McMinnville
Oregon, aa second-< laaH matter.
RgtOLVTIONS OF CONDOLENCE A SO A 1.1. O r IT-
iiary Poetry will be charged for ar regular
advertising rates.
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H ample Corias Or 1'nr. afi .Fri«»>r-KM.is-
ter will be mailed to any person in the
United States or Europe, who desire# one.
free of charge
L. P. Fisher. Newspaper advertising
agent, 21 Merchants’ Exchange. San
FrancUco. is our authorised agent. This
|>a}*er is kept on tile in his office.
AU tubtcribert who do not reccire their
paper regularly will confer a faror by im­
mediately reporting the taint to thin offire
Thursday, December 14, 185)3.
That smuggling ring of Portland was
tiie direct result of republican legisla­
tion and the employment of republican
politicians to handle tiie affairs of the
govern men I.
The republican ]M|«rs of the west are
saying that the tariff bill was made to
favor the east. Tout Heed, the great
republican demagogue, says it was
fashioned expressly for the south.
Where is the consistency? The repub­
lican party should get together—but it
can’t.
The republican press is now howling
that beer, whisky, tobacco and large
Incomes are necessities of the poor man
and should not lie taxed. It Is strange
that opposition to the efforts of the
democratic party should lead these
long-headed editors into such Imek al­
leys of logic.
The new tariff bill will probably go
liefore the house today, certainly not
later than Saturday. The house should
lie as prompt as it was in the silver bill.
Democratic medicine is good for the
people and the sooner the prescription
is filled the quicker will this sickly con­
dition of things be cured.
The memliers of the state Isnird of
equalization are now busily engaged in
drawing their pay. We will wait pa­
tiently for tbc good they intend to do.
The work done by the boaids of the
past has lieen farcical. The next legis­
lature should not overlook this unnec­
essary expense when firing the railroad
commission.
Disgusting samples of the diseased
I issues of men alxiuud upon the side­
walks of this city in unnecessary quan­
tity.
How much more pleasant it
w on Id l>e if persons troubled with diseas­
es of the lungs and nasal organs would
take the time to ex|wctorate in some
spot where the nauseating product
would not l>e seen.
FREE COAI..
< 'heap isml 1« mi essential condition
to cheap manufactured product«, and
cheap manufactured produeta are es­
sential to their wide consumption—in
other word«, to the stable pro«perity of
manufacturing industries depending
u|K>n coal for fuel.
Tiie Wilson bill makes coal five. Tiie
country'« annual product of bituminous
coal, wbieh alone is taxed by the farin'
exceeds the product of antbraeite coal
by lietween titi and 75 per cent.
It i«
mined chietly in the Ap|>alachimi re­
gion <>f l’ennaylvania, t>hio, \Ve«t Vir­
ginia, Tenneosee and Alabama. The
labor emit in a ton of American bitumi­
nous coal i* from 3li to 50 cents. The
protection afforded by the prv«eiit tar­
iff, 75 cent« a ton, 1.« therefore greatly
in exeexa of the whole lalmr cost. The
neareot coni(«-titor» to the bituiiiinou«
coal of thia eooutry are the eual of No­
va Scotia and of British Columbia. In
Nova Scatia the cot of labor is from 45
to 55 cents a ton. < fiber charges of pro­
duction, especially the ciwt of keeping
the mines free from water, bring up
the cost of milling in Nova Scotia until
it is greater than the cost of production
at our own mines.
Ollier tilings lieing ei,ual, the Ameri­
can coal millers can undersell the Nova
Scotia miners. This is deaionstrated
by the lact that more bituminous coal
1« exported from this country tliau is
imported into it.
Moreover, it is ex­
ported chiefly to Canada and the West
Indic«. Tiie victims of our tariff on
coal are tlij' manufacturers of the At­
lantic seaboard, especially those of New
England and of the Pacific coast. Coal
at tile Nova Scotia mines is no cliea|ier
than coal at the Appalachian mines,
lint tile cost of bringing coal from Nova
Scotia to Boston by water is less than
the cost of bringing it by rail from the
interior of this country. S|>eaking by
the average, tiie difference is tliat lie-
tweeti *1 and $2.50 per ton.
Maintaining the tax on coal is not
synonymous with preserving tiie mar­
ket for American coal. Tliat Ameri-
eoal can compete on equal terms with
Nova Scotia coal has already lice«
shown. The market is all that the
supply reijuitvs. The question is wheth­
er New England and the Pacific coast
«hall have coal on equal terms with the
rest of the continent, Tiie manufac­
turers of (lie inland states can procure
Amerimn coal cheaper than the Cana­
dians can procure Nova Scotia coal.
Canada itself buys American coal, but
New England can buy Nova Scotia
coal cheaper than it can buy Appalach­
ian coal. The tariff tax simply limits
the Nova Scotia market ami eloses up
New Etiglaixl factories. The Wilson
bill proposes to permit New England
manufacturers to live and Pacific coast
manufacturers to thrive. If the tax of
75 cents is removed the price of Ameri­
can coal will not go down, but the
manufacturers on theseaboanl can buy
Nova Scotia and British American
coal because it will tie cheaper than it
is to day by just the amount of the
tax.
Free coal will injure no one. It will
build up manufacturing interests not
only in New England but on the Pa­
cific coast, and will save millions of
dollars every year in the cost of trans­
portation to both the manufacturers
ami consumers—-V. }’. WarM.
FREE WtXH..
included in the Wilaon bill. The tar- i
iff tax under the law of 1S83 ranged !
from 22 to 1® percent: under the Mc­
Kinley act it ranges from 24} to 100 per
•'
rout, and the average tax is mere than
44 per rout.
The policy of protecting wools by
liigli tariff taxes was entered upon in
1867. It was assumed that the tax on
the raw material would make it higher,
and to compensate the manufacturers
an additional and specific duty was
levied on foreign cloth to make that
dearer also. It was intended that the
consumer should bear the whole bur­
den—should pay the tax on the raw ,
wool and on the cloth made from it.
The scheme has not worked well.
The only one of the original purpotes
of the framers of the wool tariff that
has been realized is the wrong done to
the consumer, the purchaser of woollen
doth, of ready made clothes, of carpets,
blankets and flannels. And the cheap­
er the go««ls purchased, which means
as a rule the poorer the purchaser, the
higher the tax that lias lieen exacted.
Last year the people of this country
paid a tax of $34,21*3,606 on woollen
goods, the full value of which was
only $35,792,005. This was a tax of
more than 05 per cent. In the same
year the tax paid by the manufacturers
for their raw material was $6,799,085.
This was not the only cost to the peo­
ple. The tax on raw wool has injured
the business of manufacturing good
cloth and lias stimulated the shoddy
business.
A low priced American
woollen means a («sir woollen. From
1860 to 1870 the capital employed in
shoddy mills increased 561 per cent and
the proiluct 339 ]ier cent. From 1K80 to
l*ton the value of the product increas­
ed 88 per cent. The shoddy cloth pro­
duced in 1890 was 67 per cent of the
woollens made in this country.
The high tariff on wool has also in­
jured the fanners. The act of 1867 crip­
pled the manufacturers and decreased
LOCATED AT C. GRISSEN’S
the demand for raw material. Iu 1867
there were 29,000,000 sheep ill tiie1
Although Times may be hard, you want to Keiuemlter.
country; in 1875 there were 35,000,000;
Your Friends: and the place to get Just What You
in 1891, notwithstanding our enormous
Want for Little Money is at
increase of |iopu)atioii, there were only
4.'!,431,000. In 1867 the price of wool
was 51 cents, in 1878 it was 4<1 cents:
last month, under the McKinley tariff,
it ranged from 191 fot ixiarse, unwash­
ed wool to.‘151 for fine scoured medium.
An Elegant Line of Xmas Cards
The fanner gets less for his wool and
pays more for his clothes under a high and Booklets from Five Cents upward,
wool tariff.
The most pleasing gift to send to your altsent friends.
Nor have tiie mauufaeturers pros-
pered. Foreign wools tliat they need
are excluded l>y the tariff. Many fac­
tories have closed. The demand for
wool has decreased. The demand for
CALENDARS, Very Neat.
shoddy has grown. All the woollen
interests would lie benetitted by free
GIFT BOOKS 25 and 50 Cents.
wool. But—and this is the considera­
tion of first iiii(Mirtance—the people's '
JEWELRY, TOYS.
clothes would lie eliea|ier ami better.—
PHOTO ALBUMS, from 75 cents upward.
Areie
IVorfrf.
< iov. Pennoyer said to a reportei yes­
terday: ‘‘Not a single acre of tile more
than 250,000 acres of school lands em­
braced in the Cascade reservation lias
been used, or w ill lie used while I am
governor, as a basis for lieu lands. 1
shall again ask the legislature to raise
the price of lieu lands from $1.25 to
$2.50 per acre, which if done will pre­
THE TRICKSTER ALIVE.
vent speculation and add over a quar­
ter of a million to the school fund."—
Tiie only luqie of the republican (tar­
Afo/cxmon.
ty is to keep the country in a ferment.
A new coinage bill will lie placed be­
If the Portland smuggling ring is a fore congress with just enough republi­
sample of the conduct of republi­ can support to make it annoying and
can officials it is not wonderful that not enough to pass it Tiie days of the
the receipts of the government are republican trickster are not over and
less than the expenditures. With cor­ «ill not lie so long a« tiie unthinking
rupt officials
appropriating public |>eople of tile I'nited States are liani-
funds and reducing the revenues by Imozled into believing a lot of fossilized
engaging in smuggling, with a corrupt trash, the product of men who are in-
congress .(tending more than the rev- spireil by the almighty dollar to concoct
ciius and placing new burdens on the schemes for tiie relief of tiie suffering
l>eople the only wonder is that the late millionaire and the dethronement of
financial crisis did not come liefore it the bloated and surfeited (xxir man.
did.
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No other country on the face of the
The powers of the earth are waiting earth could stand the drain made by
for the meeting of the insurgent and republican legislation for tiie same
government vessels of Brazil. The in­ length of time. For less causes em­
surgent admiral lias an armored vessel pires have fallen on the continent of
mounted with high power guns of the Europe and the war of the revolution
latest models. The Nlchteroy is a has­ was fought for a less offense against
tily converted cruiser armed with high the rights of tiie (xsqile than can be
(lower gnu. of small calibre and one of charged against the republican policy
Zalinsky’s pneumatic dynamite quns- as represented by tiie McKinley bill.
The insurgent admiral has a crew that People do not respect their rights a«
has been tried by tire aad unless one of they did in the early days of this re­
the shells from the dynamite gun blows public: they are led to the (lolling
places by professional politicians and
liis vessel to atoms should win easily.
are told to do certain things and they |
If late reports be true the ex-queen of do them. Years ago tiie same usurpa­
the Hawaiian Islands Inis more sense tion of right.« would have brought
than she has lieen credited with. She about bloodshed. Our love of national
has refused to occupy the throne unless liberty is growing less each day if
the United States gives her protection. tiie support given lilierty and .right
life is 1
Site would much prefer, however, to taking nirosure« in our national
sell her right, title and interest to the a test
throne to the provisional government
or the United States and has made the
otter. She wants $5tlO.m>. There is no
need of giving the price. The present
government is firmly seated and the
United State« can annex the islands by
saying so. The divine right of king«and
queens to rule ha« simmered down to1
something les« spiritual and is only
maintained in this day and age of the ,
world by an armed force. The people !
are greater Ilian this divine right.
CUMINO TÒ THEIR SENSES.
AT LESS THAN COST!
Free wail i« h ilemiwralie policy. It ,
WM embodied in the Mill« bill. It.isj
From now until Januarv 1, we will offer our Immense Stock of
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Men’s Boys’ and Children’s
Clothing and Overcoats
At from 20 to 30 Per Cent Discount
This will bring many of them below actual cost, and give the people of Yamhill County
chance to buy good Sensible Goods for Christmas at prices never before heal <1 of.
KAY & TODD.
Just Look at our Goods and Prices;
They Will Surprise You.
East and Sout
Our Next Serial, Frank Barrett’s Latest:
—VIA—
THE SHASTA ROUTE
“ OUT OF THE .TAWS OF DEATH
— OF TIIE—
A Graphic Story of Life and Scenes in London
Santa Claus’
Greeting.
Express Tyains I.eave Portland Dailj
Have different meanings, You can set a hen. but you
cannot sit on one comfortably.
How. Thia:
Notice for Publication.
I
We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward
for any ease of Catarrh that cannot be cured
by Hall's Catarrh Cure
F. J. C heney & Co Props, Toledo. O.
We the undersighcfl. have known F. J
Cheney for the last 1."» years, and believe
him perfectly honorable in all business
transactions and financially able to carry
out any obligations made by*their firm.
West A Truax, wholesale druggists.Toledo,
Ohio
Walding, Kinnan A Marvin, wholesale
druggists, Toledo, Ohio
Hall's Catarrh cure is taken internally,
acting directly upon the blood ami mucus
surfaces of the system. Price 75c per l»ot-
tie. Sold by all druggists: Testimonials free.
Of Intercut to Sportsinm.
L and O ffice at O regon C ity , (>>..
October 28, IftKL
Notice is hereby given that the following
named settler has filed notice of his inten­
tion to make final proof in support of his
claim, and that said proof will be made l>e-
fore tiie County Clerk of Yamhill coutUy,
at McMinnville. Or , on Dee. 19, 18113, viz:
Mary M. Livengood, widow of James M.
Livengood, deceased. homestea«l applica­
tion No. 7413. for the s e ‘-4 sec IS. t 2 *. r 5
w.
He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon and
cultivation of said land, viz:
William I Rolterteon. of Fairdale, Yam­
hillcounty; L. c. Smith. John A Livengood
N. H. Olds, <»t North Yamhill Yamhill Co.
Oregon.
K obf . rt A. M illee .
Register.
at McMinnville, Oregon, on December 19.
IsjLi. viz: Beverly N. Daniel. homestead
application No 10218, for the n ’¡j of s e
n e ’-4 s w 1 * s w 1, ii e If sec .'JO, t 2 s, r 5w.
He names the following witnesses to
prove his eontinuout residence upon ami
cultivation of said land viz: under Sec 2301.
R. 8.
John Kelso. Joseph Petch, George Davis.
Segle Fairchilds, all of Fairdale, Yamhill
County. Oregon.
R oberta M iller .
Register
Your Choice
Notice for Publication.
L and O ffice at O regon C ity . O r ..
October 28. 1893.
Notice is hereby given that the following
named settler has filed notice of his inten­
tion to make final proof in support of his
claim and that said proof will I m ' made lie-
fore the County Clerk of Yamhill County
Hilling Carr on Ogden Itoiite, I
Piillmaii Buffet SlrfJ
Second Class Sleeping Cars
Attached to all Through Trains.
WEST SIDE DIVISION
BURNS & DANIELS.
Between Portland and Corvallis.
Mail Train Daily, except Sunday.
LEAVE
Sales and Sails
Have engaged the attention of the (teople. The lover o
sport has lieen enthusiastic over sails of Vigilant and Val­
kyrie. while the hard run farmer of this locality is drawn
to the Sales, especially when the prices are as low as those
marked on all goods
BY O. O. HODSON.
The best price to the farmer who is selling 48 cent wheat
is the very-lowest priee. and
ARRIVE
Portland... 7:30 am McMinn’.. .10:15
McMinn’
10:15 a m Corvallis . .12:15
Corvallis .. 1:00 p m McMinn’
LOI
McMinn’... 3:01 p m Portland . 5 .35
At Albany and Corvallis connect J
trains of Oregon Pacific.
Express Train Daily, except Sunday
LEAVE.
ARRIVE
Portland. 4 :40 p nfMcMnn .. 7.251
McMinn*. . 5:50 a in ¡Portland... 8:251
Through Tickets to all Points
The Easteru states, Canada or Eon
Can be obtained at lowest rates from G
Wilcox, Agent, McMinnville.
R KOEHLER,
E. P. ROGERS,
Manager.
Asst. G. F. (t P j
THROUG
WHEN WE ADVERTISE
THAT HODSON’S PRICE ON
Stoves, Hardware, Tinware
Paints, Oils, Sash
Doors and Glass
Is the best it means that it is the lowest, and that
Honey can be Saved
Bv trailing with II im L so ::. Try trading with him and see
for yourself whether or not this is true.
RECEIV EK
Direct Line,
Quick Dispatch,
Low Freight Rates.
Picro^
SALT LAKE,
OMAHA, KANSAS CIÏÏ
CHICAGO, AND ALL ST. LOUI
EASTERN CITIES.
1 DAYS
2 CHICAG(
3
Positive pact!
CUhat? K
BETWEEN WILLAMETTE VALLEY
POINTS AND SAN FRANCISCO
Ocean Steamer Sailings.
Quickest to Chicago, a
Quicker to Omaha a
Kansas City.
Pullman and Tonrist Sleepers.
S. S. M ILL KM ETTE VALLEY
fjeaves Han Francisco.............July IL 21, 31
leaves Yaqnina....................
July a? 16, 26
This company reserves the right to change
sailing dates without notice.
Steamer “Hoag*’ leaves Portland. Wed­
nesday ami .Saturday at 6 a m
H. C. D ay . Gen. Agt.,
Salmon Street Wharf. Portland.
1>. R. V avghn , Gen. Agt..
San Frnncisco.
R. E. MULCAHY, lien I Supt..
Corvallis, Oregon.
ARRIVE.
AND
Should not Ire made before looking over our stock.
Tiie TS’a.q.'u.ixia. Hotxte.
River Steamers.
Mr. W. H. Hurlburt, A. G. P. A.,
Union Pacific system, Portland, Ore.,
has just received a supply of books
called “Gun Club Rules and Revised
Game Laws.” This publication con­
tains a digest of the laws relating to
game in the western state« and territo­
ries. Mr. Hurlburt will be glad to
mail you one of the books upon receipt
of two cents to cover postage-
Roseburg Mai! Daily.
Portia .id . . 8:30 a m .Roseburg...
llosebui
5:50
Roseburg.
? :00 a m ’ ____
Portland . . 4:.’IO
Tc sit on, and we have the largest, cheapest anil inos
artistic line ever brought to this city.
»„X’;or.
J
Portland... 6.15 p in SanFranciseolO.ld
.San Fran. . 7:00 p in Portland
. 8.21
Above trains stop at all stations fj
Portland to Albany inclusive also Tana
Hhdds, Halsey, Harrisburg. Junction (J
Irving, Eugene, and all stations from 19
burg to Ashland inclusive.
LKAVK.
Chairs are the proper things
Diaries for 1894:
C. GRISSEN
ARRIVE.
LEAVE.
C. GRISSEN’S
The republican government of Ha­ Third Street.
waii lias determined to resi«ist an at­
tempt to replace the queen upon the
throne. This would be a peculiar pro­ A Hundred
ceeding for Amerii-ans, to resist the ac­ Little Things
tion of their country, but as they have
About a home can be repaired or
the American principle and will tight
constructed that makes it more
for a government by the people and
comfortable.
The men to do
not by a monarch their cause Is right.
this are
This administration had better drop
the Hawaiian matter and not meddle HUFF & ARTHUR.
with a question having for its object
General wood workmen, contrac­
the seating of a queen upon a throne.
tors and builders. Furniture re­
Public opinion is against the president
paired and upholstered.
in this matter, if his desires have been
correctly reported.
Ixit the islands
Wagon Repairing
take care of themselves until their an­
nexation is desirable,then annex them.
And saw filing. Next door
In the meantime, allow no other coun­
Wallin's blacksmith shop.
try to interfere.
Southern Pacific Compai
Keep your expenses down.'
down to hard pan.
Keep everything
That’s Hard Times Doetrine.
»
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Free Reclining Chair Cars.
Dining Cars.
For rates or general information call
nr address,
W H. HURLBURT. Asst. Gen. Pass. A|
254 Washington St.,
P ortland , Oud
Or
Wallace A Hartman,]
McMinnville. Oregon
I sell you Boots and Shpes at Hard-time
prices. Just received a full and complete line fr$e Terminal or Interior hints
of Boots and Shoes.
F. DIELSCHNEIDER.
Northern Pacifii
Railroad
W. H.'Mt'RI.Rl-KT.
is the Line to Take
Get New and Startling Facts at Druggists.
There is an effort lieing made to have
Mr. McCain, prosecuting attorney of
this district, to sign a complaint insti­
tuting proceedings restraining the asy­
lum Isiard from locating a branch in­
sane asylum in eastern Oregon. This
we deem entirely unnecessary and a
matter tliat w ill result in ns good to
sleep
Salem. We should not be hoggish in
sur desire to prevent tiie location of
the branch asylum as contemplated by
A 1 UMHII.l. Fl Ml
LONG
CLEAR
the legislature. The supreme court ha«
LIFE
SKIN
The success of the meeting held in already given us it« views upon the
this city on Friday last in the interest law in the case of the location of the
of the Midwinter fair association was | ««ildisr's home at Itoseburg.
pronounced. The euliscription to the
Further legal pn«ve,ling« Issle no
association was lils-ral and Yamhill good for our town. While we believe
will do her |mrt toward having (In­ that the cunstittitiou lias leen infring-
MENTAL
STRONG
state properly represented I at the Mid­ ed in thl« matter, yet it is not the part
ENERGY
NERVES
winter.
This county should do a« of wisdom to array I lie (icople of east­
much a« any other county in the state ern Oregon against ns.
X..
in order that ¡the state can lie well
The supreme court in passing on the
represented, and over and aliove this soldiers’ I ioiih - case gave a clear opinion
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should raise a kwnl fund for the repre­ that all the state Imildings must be, ac-
M. Hnwunerly. a well-known business man
sentation of the county at the fair. Two '■onliug to the ■■onstitution. located at
ot llilbdwm», Va.. sends this trsGiiiony to
I be merit a <4 Ayer'a Sarxapanlla: ••.'»everal
or three th«m«nnd dollar« expended in the capital, and this opinion can he
years ago. 1 Imrt my leg. the injury leaving
a *orc which l**«l t«» rn Mil las. My sufferings
placing the advantage« of Yamhill <|UOted against any future violations of
were exirrnie. mv leg. from the knee to the
county liefore the (asqde visiting the the flindaniental laws in tliat respect.
ankle. Iwing a solid sore, which began to ex­
tend
to other parts of the body. After trying
Midwinter will do more gissl than all Ro far «S the two particular institutions
various rviwnlic*. I began taking Ayer’a
Sar*.i|»arina. ami. before I ha«l finished the
I lie fake advertising «chenies t hat have 1 tiie asylum and soldier«' home,are con-
first UHtlr. I experienced great relief; the
been patronhied in tin- pa«t.
More; rorneil, we are perfectly willing that
scvsHxl iMdile effected a «-«Hnplete cure."’ •
money has teen spent In worthier ad­ eastern Oregon and Unseburg should
vertising than it will require to make have them.
All that is necessary is
rrvpwrviby Dr. J.C. Ayer A Co., Lowell, Mae*.
the finest «-tunty exhibit nt the fair. that in the future tiie law shall be ob­
Cures others,will cure you
State and county pride should now served. as we believe It will lie.—r>mpm
come to the front.
Yamhill must be fAiwemr.
represented at the Midwinter. Who is
J. CLARK. D. D. S.
the first man to say that he will sub­
scribe to a Yamhill county fui^l: If
Draduateoi <»ne of 'the Kreate^t dental
every voter will give one dollar enough
V- J
, •* c I m » o I* ia America, the dental department
money will be forthcoming to make an
I of the l'niTar>ity of Michigan, ha* <»pencil
’ anoffic* in Rooia 6 of the Union block. All
excellent exhibit, one that will take
work in dentistry can be perfarmed Crown
premiums.
, and bridee work’ a specialty.
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R. Jacobson’s
SPECIAL DISCOUNT
SAI F
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To all Points East & Soul
It Is ths DINING CAR ROUTE. Hr«
Through VESTIBlilED TRAINS
Every Day in Ihe Tear to
ST. PAUL AND CHICAGI
(Ne Change of Care)
CMposed of DIIIMi CARS
(unsurpMsetl)
PULLMAN PR A WI AaooMSLEEI'El
(Of Latest Equipment,)
TOURIST SLEEPING CARS
Of
Best that can be constructed and in
which accommodations are fur hol­
der» of First or 8e< ond-cpiss Tick­
et». and
Per Cent.
ELEGANT PAY C0U11
CLOTHING and HATS,
BLANKETS,
Per Cent
TRUNKS and VALISES,
Dry Goods and Trimmings,
Ladies’ and Children’s Jackets,
Indies’ Furnishing Goods,
Millinery, Boots and Shoes,
A Coetlnaoea Line connecting with
linen, affording direct and onia-
torrnptad service.
25
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S arsaparilla
Pullman Sleeper reserratimio c«n 1« «eel
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office of tni» conmany.
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of trains, routes and other details furnish
0® application to any agent, or
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Wisconsin Central
W. L. DOUGLAS SHOES.
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RED SCHOOL HOUSE SHOES,
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And all other Goods Cut in Proportion. Parties knowing themselves indebted
to us will please call and settle as we are obliged to raise money.
A Tailor Shop In Connection.
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