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FARM AND GARDEN.
An Excellent Dovlco for Kocdlncr Clilcka.
It pays to havo a good, dry, comfort
ablo Uouso for young ohlckons, whotlior
thoy nro kopt In broodors or under lions.
No broodor that stands outsldo in nil
sorts of woathor will kcop llttlo chicks
Btoadlly warm and comfortablo, though
a good ono will do It, whan placed in a
woftthor-proot building. Small chicks,
under tho caro ot hens, do well onough
In common coops, sot outsldo during
dry, warm woathor; but a wool: of cold,
stormy woathor Invariably inhiros and
stunts thorn to a groator or loss oxtont.
Thoy can not sit on wot ground or on a
wot floor, ovon undora warm lion, night
after night, and romaln healthy. Cheap,
mako-shlft coops can, by being placed
In a building or under a good shed, bo
mado to nnswor tho purposo of protect
ing a hon and hor brood from cold, but
they aro far Inferior to well-mado,
floored, vermin-proof coops. A roally
(food out-door coop should havo tight
floor, sides and roof, so that rain or suow
san not boat into it; bo woll-Hghted,
rKunvruouaii foii chicks.
woll-Tontilated, and oaslly cleaned out.
It should rost on low runners, so that it
can easily bo moved about. A pane of
glass, six by eight inches, sot in each
side, will admit light enough; an opon
ing tbrco Inches square, at each end,
closo under tho roof, and covered with
wire-screen, will supply vontilation.
Such a coop, oightcon inches squaro,
with run of tho samo sizo attached, will
enable a hen to keep fifteen chicks com
fortablo as long as thoy need a coop. If
thoy aro woll made, painted with min
eral paint and piled up under cover
whon not in use, they will last a life
time. It is not a difficult matter to
make such coops, and a single brood of
chicks' raised in ono of them will pay
for half a dozon.
Another thing that pays is a trough
to feed tho young chickens in. Whether
thoy aro kopt in brooders or with hens,
feed-troughs, liko tho ono illustrated
herewith, aro almost Indisponsiblo as a
means of preventing disoasos of tho
mouth and throat Tho base and center-piece
aro Inch-board; tho troughs on
each side aro tin. Over tho troughs aro
wires, which pass through tho center
piece, aro bont downward and extend
over tho troughs far enough to provent
tho chicks from gotting into thorn. Tho
engraving shows tho form of tho
troughs so plainly that almost any ono
can make them. After feeding, tho
trough should bo rinsed out and kopt
perfectly clean, which is an easy mat
tor if attended to daily. American Ag
riculturist. A FRUIT ROOM.
It May He llullt In the Keaidcnrc, for
For tho uso of a prlvato family a fruit
room may bo built in tho residence; by
preference, in a position as littlo ex
posed to direct sunlight as practicable.
It should havo double walls, ceiling
and floor, with "dead-air," or some
good non-conductlngsubstanco between,
and with double doors for ingress a'nd
egress. Arrangements should aUo bo
provided for tho admission of cool air
from without, when tho outer tempora
turo is sulliclently low for tho purposo;
also for tho displacement of warm or
impure air above, when ventilation be
This arrangoment will suffice, says a
writer in tho Rural Now Yorker, only
for a slight or brief preservation of por
ishablo summer or autumn fruits. For
longer and moro perfect preservation,
resort may bo had to tho uso of Ice, by
means of which, in a room constructed
as above, a temperaturo but a few de
grees abovo tho freezing point may bo
readily maintained, and oven tho most
perishable-fruits (If in sound condition
and not already over-ripe) can bo hold
nearly unchanged for an indefinite
Exporlonco has, however, shown that
thero is an apparently unavoidable loss
of flavor and aroma, whon perishable
fruits aro thus rotarded even while
maintained In an otherwise unchanged
Sinco tho warmer air always rises
from expansion; whon ico Is used as the
rofrigorating, material, it should always
bo placed in tho highost part of tho
room, and means should bo provided
for carrying tho drip from it, as woll as
all condensed moisture, from whatover
source, out of tho room, passing it
through a trap in tho wasto pipe, to
prevent tho admission of warm air from
My own arrangomont for such pur
poso has boon nothing moro thnn an
ordinary cupboard, built within an ico
house, with an entrances from without
through doublo doors.
Quantity mill (Jnullty In Milk.
Quantity and quality aro not neces
sarily irroconcllablo in milk, says tho
Wostorn Itural. Many .lorsoy cows with
largo buttor records aro also noted as
largo mllkors not largo ns compared
with Iiolstelns, but largo for cows that
put buttor in their milk; but as a rulo
vory rich butter cows aro not great
illicit cows. Nor is it dcsirablo that
hoy should bo, whoro tho objoct aimed
at is buttor. In this caso tho smaller
tho number of pounds of milk necessary
to make a pound of butter tho bottor for
tho buttor maker. By careful selection
and porsistent brooding for that pur
poso it is oaslly within tho powor of any
first-class breeder to establish two dis
tinct strains of Jorsoys, ono producing
a modorato or small quantity of milk
vory rich in buttor; tho otlior giving a
copious How (forty to sixty pounds at
Hush) of milk containing a good por
cont. of buttor. Thoro aro condi
tions in which tho largor mllkors
would bo moro dcsirablo, bocauso moro
profitable Hut .Torsoy broodors in gen
eral will find their In tmest lies In brood
ing to increase tho quantity of buttor
without increasing tho flow of milk.
It l n Gonil One nml Can Ro llullt for
Tho gronnd plan is 20x30 foot. A par
tition runs lcngthwlso four foot froia
tho back or north sido of tho house, cut
ting tho building into two sections 4x
20 foot and 10x20 foot. Tho larger room
is thon cut into two npar.tmonts, oach 10
jell) foot. Tho partition should bo tight
for 3 or 3 foot from tho ground, to pro
vent tho cocks fighting, and tho samo
in tho yards. Tho house should havo a
gablo roof. Each roof should havo a
pitch of 3 feot if covored with tarred
papor, and four feet if shingled. The
posts aro 8 to 10 foot long, 2 feot being
sot in tho ground. Four such posts (Ix
4), ono at each cornor, aro enough. Tho
sills, 2x0, aro 1 foot from tho ground,
up to which fill in with cobbles at tho
bottom, thon gravel and thon sand.
This will lot the water run off and kcop
tho floor dry. On thoso sot tho 2x4
studs four foot apart. On top of tho
studs put tho plato (2x4). Tho rafters
aro boarded with cheap, squaro-edged
plno boards. If you wish to shlnglo and
clapboard, put tarred papor undor both,
ns it will stop all drafts should thero bo
any cracks, and mako tho houso onough
warmer to pay. Thoro is no dangor of
making a poultry houso in this cllmato
too warm without artificial heat.
Tho houso should faco to tho south
and havo two windows in front and ono
in tho oast end. Tho bottom of tho
windows should rest on tho sill. Ono
sash may bo hung on hinges, making a
door opening into tho yard, or two
sashos may work with woights. Each
apartmont contains 100 squaro foot and
accommodates 20 fowls. Thoro should
bo a small opening cut for tho en
trance of tho fowls, with a slido door.
Tho nosts consist ot two boxes, oach 8
feot long, 14 inches wide and IS Inches
deep, divided into eight parts. Thoso
aro placed along tho partition insldo
tho sitting-room. To tho edges of tho
partitions which separate tho nests tack
a cleat projecting over half an inch, and
tho samo distance from this toward tho
middlo of tho partition tack another
narrow cleat. Put two liko thoso on
tho other edge, doing tho samo to oach
partition. Then cut slides 11x12 Inches
to slido down between tho cleats. A
board six Inches wido is nailed to each
sido of tho boxes on which tho slides
rest, leaving an opening 11x12 inches
on each sido of every nest, one opening
into tho laying-room, tho other into tho
sitting-room. Ono of theso is always
closed by means of a slido. When tho
hens aro all laying tho nests aro kept
oucn toward the laying-room, but when
a hen becomes broody tho door of tho
nest sho occupies is changed to tho
Door S,ttxut'r oom
4UO , .
I i u i ns SI III Mi
I'l.AN OF POUI.TKV HOUSE.
other side, thus separating her from tho
others without disturbing her. Eggs
aro gathered from tho sitting-room by
raising a board which is laid on top of
For feed-troughs, tack a cleat thrco
inches wido to tho edgo of the sill, on
which put the feed. Build a platform
4 feot wido and IS inches from tho
ground (so that tho lions can walk
under it to tho nests), 8 inches
abovo which put tho roosts. Tho ono
noxt tho sitting-room should bo 2
inches from tho partition and tho other
22 inches from tho first. Tack laths
around tho edgo of tho platform, leav
ing a spaco to draw tho droppings from
tho platform. This platform helps to
darken tho nests. Such a houso costs
$00 here. No artificial heat is used, but
can bo if desired. Farm and Homo.
Shorthorns fur Milk or Itecf.
Tho handsomest and most showy form
for a Shorthorn cow includes a broad as
woll as deep chest, full crops, foro ribs
so round as to loavo no depression bo
hind tho shoulders; a straight lino
along tho back to end of tho rump;
wido botweon tho hucklo bones, and
woH-dovolopcd quarters. This is tho
best shape for making hoof. For milk
tho chest should bo deeper and not so
broad, foro ribs rather flat and long,
crops loss full than for beof, and tho
quarters qulto broad, so that in looking
at her in front her body will appear do
cidedly wedge-shaped, the largor ond to
tho roar. Hut ovon thus formed, whon
dried off, a Shorthorn cow will fatton
quickly and cheaply, and mako a good
carcass of a lino quality of beef. Occa
sionally ono of beqf shapo that is,
about as full in front as roar, and rath
or fat proves a greatmilkerof a highly
oxcollont quality, liko some Holstein
Fricslans. Many of tho lattor soom to
havo changod tholr nature in America,
yielding richor milk gonorally than in
Holland, and yet of a very abundant
quantity. No doubt this change is
owing to tho dlfforonco of climato and
quality of food.
Tho summers in Holland aro cool and
wo,t and in Northorn Amorica compara
tively hot and dry, with drier and moro
frosty wlntors, and tho grass of our
meadows is less rank and succulout.
Thoso havo much influence in giving
quantity and quality to milk and also
in tho formation-of flosh. Still, tho
difference in breeds of cattlo is para
mount, and tho animals should bo
choson from such ns oxcal in what is
most desired by tho brcodor to produce.
Even with a good pasturo stock need
moro or loss attention inordor to securo
the bost rosults. Lotting thorn look out
for thorasolvos may losson tho cost, but
at tho samo tlmo it will lesson tho pos
sible profits. A steady growth and a
quick maturity can only bo securod by
giving good attontlon, all tho tlmo from
birth uutll markotod. .
vunnn to srnNn the summer.
If Unilcclilctl, rorlmiis Till TVIU IJolp
"Whero to go, whnt to do, how to do it,
and tho expenso involved questions agitat
ing so many households contemporary with
tho ndvent of Summer nro nil answered
satisfactorily In tho pages of tho handsome
volumo entitled "Health nnd Pleasure,"
just Issued bv tho Pnsscngor Department
of tho Now York Central 6! Hudson IUver
Tho book is profusely illustrated, con
tains Boveral valuable- maps, nnd tho in
formation is presented in a concise, yet
readablo mannor. It embraces nn extcn
bIvo list of Summer hotels nnd boarding
houses nlong tho Hudson, among tho Cats
kills, in tho Adirondack Mountains, at Sar
atoga, i.alto Gcorgo, Niagara Falls and
vhur famous resorts.
Copies of tho book may bo obtained f rco
upon application to "W. B. Jerome, General
Wcstorn Agent, No. 07 Clnrlc St, Chicago,
or will bo mailed post-paid upon receipt of
ten cents In stamps, by George II. Daniels,
General Pnsscnger Agent, Grand Central
Station, New York.
frrn Four Hundred of tho National Capi
tal is said to be made up of about one hun
hundrod and fifty. Philadelphia Ledger.
Maheh & Gnosii, whoso advertisement
appears in this paper, is a perfectly reli
able ilrm, and tho reader can feel suro that
every representation mndo by them will bo
carried out to tho lotter. Tho Chicago In
ter Ocean says:
"In calling attention to tho now adver
tisement of Messrs. Maher te Grosli, of To
ledo, O., wo aro not recommending anew
Ilrm to our readers, but ono that is well
and favorably known already. Country
merchants have in conversation with us
repeatedly alluded to tho knives nnd other
hardware specialties advertised bv Maher
A: Grosh, and tho testimony as to the qual
ity of tho goods and tho treatment received
has been always most favorable."
Vni.T a darling world it would bo if
every body were ns polite ns a candidate I
Louis villo Courier Journal.
Six Xovds Free, will be sent by Cragin &
Co., Philado., Pa., to any one In tho U. S. or
Canada, postago paid, upon receipt of 23
Dobbins' Electric Soap wrappers. Seo list
of novels on circulars around each bar.
MnxiTEN aro poor pooplo to, interview.
Naturally thoy do not liko to be pumped.
Oil City Blizzard.
Wilt, be found an excellent remedy for
sick headache. Carter's Llttlo Liver Pills.
Thousands of letters from people who havo
used them prove this fact. Try them.
Trrc woman who can refrain from nayint
"I told you so" sometimes gets a now si
J. C. Simpsos, Marquess, W. Va., says:
"Hull's Catarrh Cure cured mo of a very bad
case of catarrh." Druggists sell it, 75c
If anybody doubts tho dignity of labor,
let him ask a $10 hotel clerk what tlmo it
U. Von Dora's llngazinc.
Do sot purge nor weaken tho bowels, but
act specially on the liver nnd bile. A ierf ect
liver corrector. Carter's Littlo Liver Pills.
Coclt) n man who becamo intoxicated on
aerated boverages bo said to bo air tight?
No specific for locnl skin troubles equals
Glenn's Sulphur Soap.
Hill's Hair und Whisker Dye, 50 cents.
It must havo been a wheelwright who
was first put in spokesman by his felloes.
Xo Ophim in Piso's Cure for Consumption
Cures whero other remedies fail. 23c.
A title often sells a book, but not so
quickly as a pretty girl book-agent docs.
After dinner smoko "Tausill's Punch."
New York. June 18.
FLOUIt $3 10 Ri 5 CO
WHEAT No. 2 Red Winter... WU W
No. 1 Northern PS & SS!
CORN No. a 41U54 423i
OATS Mixed Western Si 44 40
POItIC 11 00 Co 14 25
LAUD Prime Western 6 ltf'S 6 15
11UTTKK Western 10 68 15
CHEKSE Western 7 8
EGGS Western 12y 13
CATTLE 3 f O ft 5 05
SHEEP 400 & 541)
HOGS 380 4 10
FLOOR Country XXwhlte.. .8 4 75 07! 5 25
Minnesota patent... ft CO St 5 S5
Amber No. a 3 75 4 25
WHEAT No. 2 Plfi P3
CORN 37 40
OATS No. 1 32 S3
CHEESE-Cholce factory .... 10!J 11
Ohio dairy 8 10
IIUTTEU-Choice 9 10
EGGS 13! 14
POTATOES K) C5
SEEDS Timothy 1 Ml 1 CO
Clover 3 CO 3 TO
HAY Haled 5 50 12 50
Balk on market 8 00 15 00
CATTLE 340 3 80
HOGS 3 S3 S P0
FLOUR Family 3 25 3 50
WHEAT. ST'fft 83
CORN Si) 37
OA'.S CO 31
RY1 55l M
HOGS Common to light 2 75 3 75
Packing. 3U5 3 60
WHEAT No. 2 Red Winter... S3 KHS
CORN No.2 35 aw
OATS 2SJi 29
BEEVES Rest 3 25 S 00
Medium 4 35 4 75
SHEEP Choice ft 2i 5 45
Good to cuolco & 05 5 20
HOGS Yorkers 3 75 4 CO
Medium weights. 4 00 4 03
BEEVES Best 6 03 5 25
Medium 4 30 4 70
SHEEP Best. 5 00 5 25
Pair tn good 4 25 4 75
nOGS-Solectvd 300 3 ft'.
Yorkers 3 70 3 83
WOOL Western ., 28 3S,
i TOWN tn-rlay In the
bOUTHWKsT to I riven
Itlsecntrallrlocfltedfor tho entire United Stntc
KndlcfS coal field Xurnlsbtntr coiil for tucnlj
year to manufacture! fl, at CO cent per ton.
inn iniiKtr more, incnjt'j
farming udjacent to
than any other point on
this continent. bofMiit..
It Is a ml alnp. snielttnp nnd njumiliicturluK itt).
mining nnd r melting town on thlseontlnunt. icym
wmii KUKfo InvMtiiient, buy u lew luls. Foruiu(
and Information, Addrcd
PITTSBURG TOWN CO., Pittsburg, Kan
Xo enro Bllloutnect. Sick Headache. Constipation,
Malnrln. Lit r Complaints, take thu tufa
ana cei.ain remeajr, njuiiii-B
Vto tho SMALL SIZE (40 llttlo beam to the bot
tle). Ther are the molt convenient: tult all unet.
1'rlceof either fire. a& cenu per bottle.
rttlOOIUltli paneUlzootthU picture lori
Cents (copper or ctamp).
j. r. purrnico..
linkers of "llllo H:ani." St. Louli. Ma
hn "Van I.lvc In u IlniueV If to. you want a
UU HAUTMANBieel VilreMnt. AWolutclyUcJtlbli'.
Endoricd br rlirilrlanf and U. ti. Ooi ernicnr'. KpiiU
lorprfcci. IIAUTMAN MFO. CO.,UcrFal!a,l'a.
w-xim uui men iir u jm mu.
ttvts y,. ttvtHTmr- JjfSL.
Both the method and results when
Syrup of Figs is taken ; it is pleasant
nnd refreshing to tho taste, and acta
fently yetpromptly on tho Kidneys,
aver and Bowels, cleanses tho sys
tem effectually, dispels colds, head
aches and fevers and cures habitual
constipation. Syrup of Figs is tho
only remedy of its Kind ever pro
duced, pleasing to tho ta6to ahd ac
ceptable to tho stomach, prompt in.
its action and truly beneficial in its
effects, prepared only from the most
healthy and agreeable substances,
its many excellent qualities com
mend it to all nnd havo mado it
tho most popular remedy known.
Syrup of Figs is for salo in 60o
and 1 bottles by all leading drug
gists. Any reliable druggist 'who
may not have it on hand will pro
cure it promptly for any ono who
wishes to try it Do not accept
CALIFORNIA FIO SYRUP CO.
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
LOUISVILLE. KY. NEW YORK. N.Y.
A Noted Divine Says:
"I Iiao l.et'll Jlsln(rTlltflT.lvcrIilH
Tor I).speiislt. Weak Ntomncli and
C'oHtlti-iicss, til til ulilcli I have long
ARE A SPECIAL BLESSING.
I never lind nnytlilng'toilomcsomticii
r;ood. I rccconiinciitl them to all as
tlio best medicine in cxlttunce."
Kcv. r. K. OSIiOOIl, A'cw Torlt.
Oflioc 4-4 Murray St., New York.
THIS IS THE ROLL
on which is wound
The Braid that is known
the world around.
MAKES CHILD BIRTHS!
IF USED BEFORE CONFINEMENT.
Boos to "Motiiehs"' Mailxd Free.
ISRAMFIKMt Itr.CULATUIt CO.. ATLAKTA, OA.
POLII II V ALL DltUGGISTS.
3TUHZ THIS rAl'f U7 Hn. juivnu.
.'. IL SrniNGl n, JI. d I'm, i. Jc KITH, fct'j .ndTrr.i.
THE SPRINGERTEDICAL GO.
Guararttfs (lie Cure of
DISEASES BY THE USE OF THEIR REMEDIES.
IVIMULMNK cures DAndrutT, and all dfreaM'pof the
Sclp,Hhert tti f mallf ft fuzz U Icf tit will prow healthy
batr. AvrMIEMOluUIOIMNF. cares nil forms of Hemor.
rncddsiho worst cntes of Bleeding and Itching riles.
Wenlco hattta rvmidv which cures ClirfneroId(Buto,
Jcrorul.i and all ejphlUtlcdUfafep.and another which
?ureti all cnmidtcattan of the genital oican. Com
loiideince Is Invited, and patient, can be treAted an
.11 bv mill an hcie. ArUms Till: KlKIMii:iI
MKDICWj CO. 41? KuprrfarSt.. CluTeUad Ohio,
NTXAVX TU1S I'iftKiitrj lim jtwwfrU
PATENIE0 AUC. 16, 1887, Improved July 30. 1889.
.. ivn cnDcrurnnv m
Ccare All Rheumatlo Corn.
;kqu Aictvoua ueDUIEy,
vvTkt-ajSEPiJ'V. .UIKMM, jicrvoutnefts.
'v2!3Kr' hauttion, -Wat!aB ot
3dy. Ph'nitfJjfMei eautfd by Imprudeacea In
Xouth.Agt ,fSK Married or Single Life.
H"EMTfO RCSrnNblULE PARTUS OV 0 D1T8 TRIlb
oh.owens ELECTRIC INSOLES i rut rim.
Also an Electric Truss nnd Belt Combined.
sen! 6e. pom te for rsn lltuu'd took. 221 pxei, nblca will t
lent jouInpliIDBCilrdeavrlore. Ifcotlontbti piper. Adlrtu
OWEN EtECTBlO BELT tc APPLIANCE CO.
300 North Broadway. ST. LOUIS. 2IO.
820 Broadway. MEW YOBK CITY.
nnr urn in in :i.a-ic:e
Uiir. WIU5 i
Our Well Machines nro the meet
I. I MABLE.bUHAHLF.eUCCCSSrULl
lhcy I'lMrtll U'tlUuhere
ither 1'AIIjI Anr Ftze, 2
incnitfioii inenes ammeter,
LOOMIS & IIYMAN,
TIFFIN, - OHIO.
ut.nuie this rifta 1ttr7tin.ra1.rtu.
NEW COUNTRY I
Soo" I(nlhr.iropcni up Ureo tracts of
IMnr, Hemlock unit JlartUtootl
fi'l .!. it. H'l.nnn.ln alirl M Irthltnn.
HIM.n.VIlIII CIIAXCI'.N FOII HAW
MI1.I.H anil FArTOItIK8. Timbered
Karmlni! Ijintli 'lli:Al ami momly n time.
Kiillwny t-o. 1'uya fnh fop Vorclwonil.
Address "S00" RAILWAY, Minneapoli., Mb
ar-yiMi tun ni'iuttar ttrwitru.
"THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST."
(Bar where too
Weston Enginb Co..
Itiluled I'u.l. H. Y.
tfr catoloffuo Free.
to S8 a day. Bamples worth SS.1Q
K1CKK. Llnr.fiotmider liorie.'Jret. Write
ejr.iini tuiiririutm, u.tjrte. .
ttip Hnn f&hii
H B B fip Bw3 w jfftk IB R 9 M H jjb.
1 -A.C.T LTICE3 rVOIO ft
I OH A WEAK STOMACH J
I 25 Cents a Box. I
1 OF ALL DRUCCISTS.
V:K.. ..,.,, .,!
.3 t'fU1'"M '.'lZ,XL
RiUS Catalog uo
IWiltSSfS FREE I
fl wep.l when 1 wa,s
s ao wi wny. s
"Ah! Ah!" Oried the house
wife, "Tho Secret I know, no
DIET can resist
A5$KBOa 5 r oniM
UWAOQITAmTED WITH THE OEOORAPHY Or THE GOUNTRT, WILL. OBTAtW
MUOH VALnABLE INFORMATION FROM A STDD? OF THIS MAP OF
fcttf-7- r b)o tA. ;L Otv My CM
THE GrSIGAGO, ROGK ISLAND & PAGIFSG RAILWAY,
Including main lines, branches and oxtonsions East and Wast of tlia
Missouri River. The Direct Routo to and from Chicago, Jollot, Ottava,
Poorla, La Salle, Mollno, Rock Island, In IL1I1INOI8 Davenport, Muscatlno,
Otturrnwa, Oskaloosa, D03 Moines, Winterset, Audubon, Harlan and Council
Bluffs, In IOWA Minneapolis and St. Paul, in MINNESOTA Watortowa
and Sioux Falls, In DAKOTA Cameron, St Joseph, and Kansas City, In
MISSOURI Omaha, Falrbury, and Nolson, in NEBRASKA Atchison, Leav
onwdrth, Horton, Topeka, Hutchinson, Wichita, Belleville, Abilene, Dodgs
City, Caldwell, in KANSAS-Kingflshor, El Reno, in tho INDIAN TERRI
TORY Donvor, Colorado Springs and Fueblo, in COLORADO. Traverses
now areas of rich farming and grazing lands, affording the bost facilities of
intercommunication to all towns and cities east and west, northwost and
BOUthwoBt of Chicago, and to Pacific and transoceanic Seaports.
MAGNIFICENT VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAINS,
Loading all competitors in splendor of oquipmont, between CHICAGO and
DES MOINES, COUNCIL BLUFFS and OMAHA, and botweon CHICAGO
and DENVER, COLORADO SPRINGS and PUEBLO, via KANSAS CITY and
TOPEKA or via ST. JOSEPH. Through Coachos, Palaco Sloopers, NEW
AND ELEGANT DINING CARS, and FREE RECLINING CHAIR OARS.
California Excursions dally, with choice of routes to and from Salt Lako
City, Ogdon, Helena, Portland (Ore.), Los Angeles and San Francisco. Fast;
Express Trains dally to and from all towns, cities and sections in Southern
Nebraska, Kansas and tho Indian Territory. The Direct Line to and from
Pike's Peak, Manitou, Cascade, Glenwood Springs, and all tho Sanitary
Resorts and Scenic Grandeurs of Colorado.
VIA THE ALBERT LEA ROUTE.
Fast Express Trains, daily, betweon Chicago and Minneapolis and St. Paul,
making close connections for all points Ncrth and Northwost. FREE Re
clining Chair Cars to and from Kansas City. Tho Favorite Lino to Pipestone,
Watertown, Sioux Falls, and the Summer Resorts and Hunting and Fishing
Grounds of Iowa, Minnesota and-Dakota.
THE SHORT LINE VIA SENECA AND KANKAKEE offers facilities to
travel botweon Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Lafayette, and Council Bluffs, St.
Joseph, Atchison, Leavenworth, Kansas City, Minneapolis, and St. Paul.
ForTlokocs, Maps, Folders, or desired information, apply to any Ticket
Office in tho United States or Canada, or address
E. ST. JOHN,
WE TAKE GREAT PLEASURE IN CALLING TO YOUR NOTICE THE FAOTTHAT,
IN ADDITION TO OUR UNSURPASSED READY-PRINT SERVICE, THIS HOUSE CAM
ALSO FURNISH TO THE TRADE
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IN ALL ITS BRANCHES.
OUR FACILITIES FOR THIS VALUABLE AND HELPFUL BRANCH OF SERVICE
ARE AMPLE, AND WHILE SOLICITING YOUR ORDERS IT IS GRATIFYING TO US
TO BE POSITIVE IN ASSURING YOU THAT
Qur Work is Not Only Good, but Absolutely THE BEST !
IN ORDERING BE CAREFUL TO SPECIFY EITHER WOOD OR METAL BASE, AS
WE AIM TO FILL ORDERS WITHOUT DELAY, BE THEY LARGE OR SMALL. OUR
PRICES WILL BE FOUND CONSISTENT WITH THE HIGH GRADE OF MATERIAL
AND WORKMANSHIP FURNISHED. ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY GIVEN.
R. Ji. IEIiliOCG TECUSPAPEf CO.,
268 & 370 Deotborn Street, Chicago, 111.
C24 ft 320 WALNUT STREET. ST, LOUIS, MO.
71 & 73 ONTARIO STREET, CLEVELAND, OHIO.
177 ft 173 ELM STREET. CINCINNATI. OHIO
AT WHOLESALE PRICES to CONSUMERS,
to deal direct with consumers.
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CHICAGO, ILL, Qen'l Ticket & Pass Affent,
401 WYAN30TT6 STREET, KANSAS CITY, ICO.
SS . 40 JEFFERSON ST., MEMPHIS, TSNN.
74 TO BO EAST OTH STRFET, ST. PAUL, MINM.
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