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THE MIL! JOURNAL
BY HOVBH BROT11KHH
TIIUIIHDAI, SKIT. 21, 1800.
Dally, One Year S3. 00, In Advance
Dally, Tout MonUm 91 00, Uf Advance
Weekly, One Yo.ir 31.00, In Advance
THE TRUTH AT LAST.
Cunrlailnl (nun Vlnl Pairo
lot nothing go I'lnt C11" hurt tho nd
mlnlstrtion," tho correspondents con
hided tlmt protest win Justifiable.
General Otis conducted much of thu
rennorship personally, tho censor huikI
lug him miy dispatch nbout which
ho lind dpubts. Iloorlhe censor struck
out whatever displeased thoiu nud in
serted or caused thu Insertion of what
ever tlioy clioio to say, or otherwise
tho dispatch could not go, HnyH Mr.
"In thin way tho entire American
press was niiulu tho personal rgiiu of
(HIh; wo wuruconiollcd to scud noth
ing hut the ollluliil view of all events
nud conditions, even when tho olllclal
view controverted tho opinion of tho
Croat mnfiH of tho olllcerslii tho Hold nud
of Intelligent residents u nd was ii
falsification of events which passed he
fore our eyes. In thin wny every Unlit
limiiuo ii glorious Aiuuricitu victory ,evon
though evvryono In tho unity knew it to
have Ihi'ii subiitantliilly n failure, and
wo were drilled into writing iuitu
mechanically wholly ridiculous esti
mates of the numbers of Filipino kilh-d,
knowing tlmt if wo wroto any other de
scription than the sort being telegraphed
to thu war department our work would
When the condition hail Ut'oiiui al
most uiiWuriible the correspondents
held n mecothiK to consider what ought
to lw done. On comparing nolo it wan
found that among them they had
learned thu views of all thuother prom
Incut iiiitn In .Manila, whom opinion
were worth ronslduriiHun, and that
them wax a practical unanimity of
opinion- of the situation. Thu dispatch
prepared was an epitome of thuoplnlons.
Thc'Jvlews were nut the ersonal
vlcwsof thu correspondents, hut those
of llcncnila Luwtou, MuoArthtir, "'tins
ton, Wheatun und others, and the cor
respondent "could not Imi accused of
jirejudlce agalmt thu administration
Ihhiiumi thu strongest adulustrutloii
oryun In the country wan committed to
to thu plan, and, moreover, the attempt
to hold thu uowija)KirN by tho throat
wai no minimal that unusual notion
acemed tobojtistitled and demanded,"
Cancer often result from An inv
furlty In the blood, Inherited from
generations back. Few people ure on.
tirely frvofrom aoinetaluiiu the blood,
and it Ii Impossible to tell when It will
break out in the form of dreaded Can-c-r.
What ha nmicarvd to be it niorr
pimple or aeratch has developed into
the moat malignant Cancer.
"I bad a aavara (Unwr wuloli was at flri
oaly a lw Uolchss, tual I tliotiflil woulJ
ouil w wajr i wai
treated tijr several Ui
phrilelan, tut in aiUle
ul llii-lr eiloru Hi Cta
rprpJ until injrcou
Allvf many iiiuhiIk ol
trvaloit'iii ami K'ln(
alrailliy wonr, I il
Fldail la try A d 8
vrhlrli ttx itiroiiitl
rriniuiciiilil. Tlr npii
atllx lirotlurfj n lui
rorvaf nt I cunilin.i
in iniUr.ur. anil IP
lour niuiuliii lli Ut lit
tt aoab itwiiva on
lf' ' Tta yaara liava liwl
I m( a alcu ut U dUii lt riurnl "
It U Uorou to cxerlinent with
Ovtetr. Tudlaeae la beyond thu aklll
l pkftlniuit, B, li, &. la (ho only cure,
biMiin li k tho only remedy winch
enputfti to reach Uancer.
(wlh't BtH) I ho only blood
ttuutif ununMmi Sorely Vegetable.
All hSw eouUI yo4Mh end iiier
tmry, tba moat Unflroui of mineral.
Bonk oa Omnaer mni blood dlttonei
nuM fm by Swift Sgnwiiu -Company,
Jtcfore inking any Htepa it wan eon
eluded to talk with General OHh, who
tnndo vague promlHOH of greater liberal
Ity In thu ceiiHoridilp, that were not ful
filled, nud thu dispatch wnN withheld
another month. .Mr. CoIIIiim enya:
"AIkiiiI the iiiidillo of Juno I wrote u
concervntivo roviow to tlio effect that
everyone here wiih couvincol tlmt It
would be Impomrihlu to end the war dur
ing tho rainy Heanon and for some time
thereafter tuilcm heavy re-eiiforcumentN
"Thu ceiiMor'H comment (I made note
of it) wan: 'Of con r ho wo all know that
we are iu n terrible iiiohh out here, but
wo don't want the people to get excited
about It. If you fellowH will only keep
quint now we will pull through in time
without any funa at homo.'
"He tx)k the Mory of (ieueral Otln,
who mild: 'Tell CuIIIiih that if he will
hold that for n week or ten ilayn hu will
thank mo for not lotting him hoiiiI it,'
nud when I went to wo him rotated
thu mime old etory aliout thu liiHiirrcc
Hon going to pleeen, nud hinted ho r-
tentoutily nlMiiit having wonderful thlngH
up IiIh idcovu that I nlmoHt Ik'IIovcI him
in the face of pant exerleueeH of the
Ktine eort. The other men had practic
ally the xauie exerieiK'e, each one try
lug to get through a ntory of how mat
terri Htood at Hie beginning of the rainy
mckihou, then on. '
At hmt the patience of the correspond
ontH gave out and they ileeldl to hend
the dlhpatoh. What followed we give
in the wordiiof .Mr. CoIIIiih, that a clear
Idea of the fact may I hi had:
"An 11 matter of form wotook the men-
nage to thu ceiiHiir. HIh eommeiit wiin
practically the Mime that he had made
on my nuwHiigo. He did not ipioHtlon
the accuracy of the Htatement of coudl
tloiiH, but wild : "TIiIh In JiihI tlie nort of
matter the coiiKiridilp in luteudel to mip
prt'HH,' He, of oourno, tiHik it to Otin,
who in turn Kent a metougor retpientiug
DaviNof the New York Sun to go ami
we him, doubtloKx thinking that an bo
had treated the Sun iin IiIh organ, and
ItN corivHMiudeutii being under obliga
tloiiH to him for npcclal faom, he could
work them to give upthu plan. Tliuui-
mill Mild he (ThouipHoii) thought CoIIIiih
and McGutohcon hlionld go alno, iih thulr
viewahad alwayri Ik-iui veryitiiiHirviitlve.
etc. A committee wiin elionen--Davie,
McCutclnmii, IIukh and I,
"When we were inhered Into Oil'
room he aald with mime anger: 'Hun
tlemeu, you uerved an uxtmonlluary
paHir um)ii mu. Vou iuvu-kl uu of
falceliood. Thin coimtituttM a eomi pir
acy tigHiiiut (begoMunment. 1 wlllhae
you tried by u genural court martial and
let you chooHo the JudgeM,' We knew
frum uxHirleuce with thretitM to 'put ou
off the lidand' that there wiin nothing to
bo frightened uliuut, mid uluo knew that '
nil the olllceni who would lie on a court
martial would know we told the truth.
Three hourt of icee.lugly plain
talk followed. I he geuenil did not
contradict our atutomoiiU tli.it the pur
pOMiof the ceutK)rhlp wan to keep the
facta from the public, but wtM that
what we wanted was to have the peo
ple otirrv-t up and make KiuwitloiiH fur
thu papera, Wu told him that tlmre
had never Ntin any aubjeet (urnlrihiuK
more ginxl material for boiiMtloim than
the war, and that ho tiliuuld Ik uxet-ed-
I ugly grateful to the xiprti for Imiidluit'
it nt tcmtinitiily
"lu that eunuectioii we remlmleii
him that tlw ktunea of touting in ol-
diura lettera home bad Ixhui little, If any
elaborated. laU and IW-n told him
they bad pcroonully ihhxi our wddlera
luyoimtlng the wounded, ami 1 r"
minded him that the cutting off of the
uniof two American aoldler at l.u
marimiN had been meid) retaliatluit
for aimilar mntilatlouN of dead KlllplutM
uy liio.unorioauH. .mi unw ootibl p.-
poalbly tell tlronger utorie-i of the lu-U
ing, bluektnailliig by our ldlM than
Otia Iiun told, although ho chargun It all
to the volunteer.
Wo told him that ho had refrained
from Nouding iluo thinga and other of
aimilar nature Ikh'uiku we did not wiah
to make wimatiou. We told him that
the eoiiHorhlp;was purely for thepur-
kimi of giving thu impre-utoii at homo
that eierytlilug wan lovely hero, other-
wlwhe would wupproNt thu hvul wior4
which print all nortd of oliping fmm
thu American papers d nounolug tho
ndmliiutrutloii, and which keep thoi
enemy Mtted on the poaitlou of ovoryj
ooiiipany in our army and oven give ad
vance notice of intended movement.
Deullng with tho a-ivillcntiou,
glvo us any Information aa to tho num
ber of dick, on tho ground that ho had
instructed them to withhold such factfl
from the pa pern; nlso that ho had re
ported to Washington n percentage of
7J(j sick when tho Burgeons agreed that
from 20 to 30 per cent of the command
was sick;thnt not more than 10 per
cent of some regiments were fit for duty
nnd that thu hospital forco was entirely
inadequate, as well as tho hospital
room, so that they were compelled to
discharge hundreds ' of men who were
really sick to make room for inoro ur
"Ills reply was that the hospitals
were full of jierfectly well men, who
were shirking, and should lw turned
out. To send home figures of thu Hum
lierM In hospital would bo entirely mis
leading, "We reminded him that while ho had
lieeu refirting to Washington that the
volunteers will render willing jorvico
until relieved, tho sauio volunteer were
Hcndlfigrcgimcntal petitions to tho gov
ernors of their states to use every inlhi
once U secure their recall; that sonic
regiments had ctitioucd him to relieve
them from duty; that tho inemlm-s of
various rcHimonts had at certain stnges
of the war been iu n frame of mind
cloely resembling mutiny; that the
inumborB of the Third artillery, who had
enlisted for the war with Spain, hud
threatened to stack their guns on the
Fourth of July unions discharged sooner.
"In thu matter of prejudice against
thu navy, It was Mated on the parts of
thu correspondents that all weru com
pelled to change thuir uccouutsof the
biking of Hollo, to make It apcar that
thu army had done the work witli im
material assistance from the warships,
and that only a few houses were burnt,
Tho unquestioned facts told in the
original stories were that the soldiers
dtil not hind until three hourr after thu
marines had raised the ling and chafed
the Insurguiits out.
"Ucnoral Otis explained Hint the navy
was so nnxioiiH for glory that It (Hk
Isiyed Instructions by landing before
thu projier time, etc., although the cor
resK)udents would not have been per
mitted to send that oxplaimtion had
tbuy known It, and were forced to give
an entirely false account of what oc
curred. The fact is questioned by no
ono that almost all of the busiiKM
quarter and much of the other sections
"1 reminded him Hint two stories by
Dunning describing the work of the
navy iu patrolling Hie coasts and
sold only in
taking prizes were 'killed' without
reason, and thu others agreed that
the entire attitude of thu censorship
toward the navy had been one of pre
judice and discrimination. There
seemed to be a cIiIiIIhIi fear that
the navy would get some advertising,
Thu cenor and Otis himself a'
ways made us refer to the gunboats
oHiratel by Captain (iriiut as 'army
gunboats,1 Iu their eagerness to keep
the navy from getting any credit nut
"Itegiirdlug the suppression of re
ixirts of tleld oisiruHouH which wore
failures, we told the general that the
whole purpose of mont of the inior.
nut movements, beginning with the ad
vance from Ui 1-oina church lu March,
had Umiii to round up and capture, or
forco tho surrender of various divisions
of thu Filipino army, that all of them
had fulled to accomplish this, yet we
had lieeu obliged to represent that Otis
was accomplishing just what he in
tended and w lulling ii series of glorious
successes and administering no en 1 of
llual crushing blows.
"Uils is ii very luini mini to argue
with or to pin dowutoaiiy definite prop
osition and hU oxptanation of the fail
ure of Hall's expedition the lirst week-
Ill June was characteristic. He said:
'Hut how could wo capture them when
they were not there? They all got out
that night Isiforo we started, and there
were net '..',000 wu found, but only (100.
"Wo rehearsed lu detail the ojecti iih
to the censorship which I have outline!
in the beginning of this letter. There
was iiiiquotlon of tho fact that he
had not id low ed iin to send full reports
of the conditions bore unlet thine re
ports wore reflections of his own views
We asked that when there weru differ
ent views hold by Hie people whose
opinions were worthy of consideration,
wo should le allow l to explain Hie
viiriotiN views and phitHM of the ques
tion instead of echoing his opinions as
though tlioy wero rock ribbed and uu
"Davis Mild: 'When I returned to
Manila 1 ask ml what I would 1st per
mitted to send and you told me all
facts, news atsmt military upertlou.
net helpful to the enemy and inv
opinions as opinions,' All of the com
mlttoe aureed that tho fullllhuoiit of
that mlowMild bo tmtliducttirv, ami I
tiiAiiaimeii any ueiro totoml uy per
gonal opinion for the Associated Trwe.
lleuorul Ikitus was prwnt throughout
the Interview. At tho clo-e (lohoml
Otis turned to him ami uskim: What
would you do with tluo gitlomH,
"Ikitos promptly replied: M would do
what 1 wild.'
" 'Ouurl martial thorn ' OtU a. led.
" 'No, lot thtuii MUid what yim proin-
iswl. tho fiiou and opinlousis-ipluioiis,'
Tho udvfco of (iotiernl lkitoa was nut
Uikou, ami after f Hither delay, during
which (ioneml Otis made several at
tonipts to Mruado them out uf their
jHiriHUHi, the uomwpoudonts oiit tho
utepuirii tu noug Kong, wnonro it was
oublxl to tho Amerioun uewnpajmrs.
Mr. I'ulliu wy that Ooneml Oils
told ilium tlutt "tho war do-l-urtmoiit
luid made puldio only tho
inoreoptlmUtloof his reports," and on
this ktaicmeiit tho dlvttoh waaj
Hineudc-I to make plain that onlv tlwv-e
Mr. Collins says thu osition of the
newspasjr correspondents In Manila is,
a it has lieeu from the !cg!uiilng, most
"Otis lias rlocd to us every posslblu
source of information. Only yesterday,
when I attempted to send nrejMirt of the
bombardment of I'aete, the truthfulness
of which wns unquestioned, ho immedi
ately sent for Lawton, and demanded to
know how It had been made public, and
told I-nwtoii to Jump on to tho mem
ocre of his staff.
"Instances of the suppression of news
to prove that the sole intent of tho
authorities is to suppress accounts of
the real situation here could lw multi
plied, if it wns necessary, hut the re
I tea tod -insertions of the censor that ho
was Instructed to jiermlt nothing to go
of a lKilitlcal nature, nothing tiint could
rellect uisin tho uriiiy or 'crento n bad
impression at homo' luives no doubt
on that oint. Such items ns court-
martinis have been ruled out with Hie
explanation 'I am here to protect tho
honor of the army,'
"Recently I llled wlmt I thought u
most Inoffensive statement Hint the
business men who had appeared before
the commission had advocated the re
tention of the existing silver system of
currency. Tho censor said: 'I ought
not to let that go. That would bo n lift
for Uryan. My instructions aro to shut
off everything that could hurt MoKiu
ley'H administration. That Is free silver.
I explained that the silver system here
was not 10 to 1, and witli seeming re
luetiiuco; hoO KM the Item."
Tho secret of tho wiiolu trouble, ac
cording to Mr. Collins, is that the gov
ernment has left a small man to deal
with the most delicate problems, re
quiring bro.ul statesmanship.
"I wish Hie etiuuuttu of ofllciiildom
might permit Dewey and Schuriiuinii to
sioak to MoKinloy and tho public con
cerning Otis us freely as they have to
newspaper men. Those two are thu
only men of the caliber of statesmen tho
government has sent here, weakness of
tullovlug Hint nil other men, including
.Malays, wero as sincere iu what tlioy
said as hluisuH.
"Otis Is a bureaucrat who never leaves
his desk, lias never seen his soldiers iu
tho Held, and Insists iiou mauagiiig
both theclvil mid military brunches of
tho government, although either one
could fully occupy a very able man, be
cause he trusts no one hut himself, and
withal lias a faculty for antagonl.lng
everyone w I Hi whom he has to deal, as
ho has iiutagonixed thu uewspiiKtr'
I Ills clear and explicit Htalemcut of
the situation iu the I'hilippines, and of
the manner lu which the Aiucilouu pub
lic have la-en kept in ienoriineo of tho
facts, cannot but have weight with the
public, It bears every m idence of truth
fulness, nnd, moreover, it in corroliomtod
iu its judgment uf the situation by other
corrospondwnts, not included among the
signers of thu "round robin," whoso re-
isirts Iiiito recently boon coming by niail.
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, - ; . l ----"4.... uivk 111c
iloetor ahiiiK hi aheuldet ami inouounrea
fuiuuuiPtion tncuMble A thuty ywra'
lot of l)r 1'ieicc'a tJoldeu Medical l)ia-cover-
lui demonstrated that it cutea ui
per cent of .It . i,e of cuiuutuption. If
Ukeu in the eailter Uge of the Uleae.
tierore the lunja ate too far waated In a
ciiiuuiiiptivc there ia a weaker pot than
even the luna That apet it the atomach.
A cunaiimplive never really begin to ilte
unui iii auiiuaen siea out The "Oolden
Melical Diacoveiy" not only brace up
the toniach. but acta directly on the
IUIU2V heallnir thrm ami .lrl.i.. ... .11
liupurttiea. Houett tuedtcine dealer will
a.l urge jou to take an iufeitor substitute.
I ha4 a wry U4 rouKh aho nlihUwr.t.
u4 w altuoM In my t vrith eottwiuntkMi
fciw had aird Uh roauimpiloa niue t me (a
J.l,,2v"i JSJ 4 w e Hete (WMtu
M,,U.'?'.LUc?"5,. f"4. ,hn' LV I H4
UHlle 1 ftlt niiKh Nmrr I kept aa until I h4
Ukeu Ihiee Uile. thai a aU I ueevlcU. I
iv wtH antl UtvvK ajfalu."
Whenevei conitiitAtian UniKnii).- .
plicatliiK cueof diteatc. the moat perfect
'""tdy i I)r Metrc'a Vlcaunt iVllela,
Tho Mislel Oregon Newspaiwjr and Family Join mil.
Uniting News, Fhtlhiii, Literary, Hanuh and Dairy
and Market Ne.wi. In ailruutlye readuhki form,
It is a
making few stops.
is of surpassing
It will pay you
For full particulars n to rule.-, I line
ami copies uf U. I', it. publications up.
C. M. LOCK WOOD
Au'ent Salem Ore.
II. II. Abott, Agent Portland.
i:..l.Coyle, A.U.I1 A, Vancouver ii (
Oregon SI1011 Line llnilroiiil
The Direct llniuc.lo
Montana, Utah. Colorado
anil all I:asUrit I'oinb-
(ili rlieloo of inn tavitfltn roulw, via tlif
Union IMi-Int- Ksl M.ill I.Iiik, nr lln-
11111 iiMinleoiilc l.lnc".
Lisik at tho time
li Day to Salt Lake
L'J Days to Denver
'!( Days toChlcau'o
4J Days to New York
Frit1 IKM'llnliiif Chair Oar, I'l.tml.tfhil Ton
ll Hlm-pliiK Can. am) I'lilbnnti Puli-u
Hleeriiratetl nil Ml tntlu.
For further Informutloii neply In
IIOISK .v llMtKKU. ,Krnl. Salem.
W K I'OMAN, llfii'l Aseiil
(' O.TKKUY.Trav. l' Aul
121 Thlnl hi . I'orllnml
SOUTH m EAST
TUH SHASTA ROJ.L
OP Til K
Southern Pacific Co.
9 -45 r
7 MS A
tXfVKlS TRAINS KIIN IMIIV
S 00 p M
6:05 p M
6.43 A M
8-15 P M
7.IX) A M
8' 15 I'M
4. IS I'M
7.55 A ni
. ..Snttui .
Han I-'riirci'ro i.v
5 1 a. 11
1 III lM
0 45 I'M
n :s r m
2 tS f M
S .pi A ill
n 41. r 1
Ar Ogibn ...
Ar ..... Deliver.
Ar .... (Jmulu . .
Ar Chicago , .
Ar. ..Ivm Ane e.
Ar ... E Pao ..
Ar. .. Fori Worth..
Ar. . Nrw UrleniiH.
"'y.'.M I1 N CAKs
Pullman liral-cla-tamVlounx iJt-rpiriu tai.
attached to all through train . iowMtai
lliruugli 10 Clilcagn wtthein clinngi-,
KOSMIIMIU MAIL, -DAIIV.
830 a Ml Lv.,. PorlUmi-!'Ar",4 p. ,
le5S A M Lv. . . Salem. . Lv J i 50. 1 h
52urj4lAr Knaclntrg 1.v7.v.hm
NKTWKFN 1-OKILANII AMI COfVAl 1 1-..
Mail tuins daily except Sunday.
7,'to AMI Lv. . . . Portland Ail t t,. ,
1 1 .551- M f Ar. .Corvnllii. l.r f 1 :., i- m
At Alliaoy and Cnrv.llu coi eci 1 .
iAln of the C A: K. Ry.
TNlJEl EMMlScr. I'Ah-ENtiLK
t.AIHS IKAIN IIAILV lXCKII SU.M'AV . I
I50 I'M) I.v ...Portland Arl . .1 M
'.30 p M I.v. . . . McMinnville Lv $ -v, a v
t pm) Ar Imi cpenile nee I ) 4.'5o a m
Direct connrclliiiit at an t-rnricnrn uui
Heaitmlilp lhe f, HAWAII, IAIAN
CHINA. 'Mil: )'IIII.tIl'IM: nrd At s
Tor llirouph tick' nnd rates call n- W.
W, MilNNKK, Deii.it Agrni. or C- l.
(JAIIkll-.LONrily liclet Agrni, JjjC.iin
mrrcl.il hi Salem Or
It. MlT.HI 1- U, Slanagii
C.MAUKHAM U. V &!'. A. IV.r In .
Will commence in a few days. Do not
forgot to supply yourself witli coffee.
teas, Uikiug H)idors,oxtnictH and spices
111 our store.
Wo will give a barrel for hop picking
with a Two Dollar ptiruluto, and you
YOKOHAMA TBI STORK.
An iiujeijetidnnt As-oJiiUjil 1'fto limtllf l$, !'
The Academy or tho Saeicd Heaf
rmlerthedini'tionot the Sisters of the
Holy Name of Jtsiis ami .Marv, will re
sumo btudhto on ikiptemU'r llt.lt for
yiHing ladv Ixxirders and also fur day
impiUj iiK'Iuding lioys 11 ml girl. Parents.
un Mirueetly rtiuete. to enter their
An uImmuv of more tluiu two w eek dur
ing the selwlHstic yerir, will interfere
wiin me cunierring ol certtlicatiw and
nwduls. The mii&ic uml nrt ilniirti.,.,.,i
fnrnieh all the essentials for udvuncl
siiwy. rrospeetus sent (roe on upplicv
Jj 8-SS 1 111
THE great; salt lakbkout
You Can Get
a Lower Berth.
Yvllli one exception (be throuiili
trains of the Hiirliiigliui Ilouie
uri! iilinost liivuiinhly well-liilcd
The exception Is our tt I'.iub
Chicago Llitiliid On the limit t d
there is usually rtsuii and in
Don't friTer tlmt It I- neither
mi linn, nor si. fust, its ANY train
of ANY other line betwieu m
Paul und Chicago On the con
trury, tliuic is no inure hcauilttd
truln lu America. It has electric
liulil, steiiii Ileal, wide vestibules
the iiin-t siitlsfaetoiy dinlug-ci
servleo on the continent-and
lower berth 'or everybody,
(Juu'l Ai'ent, Portland. Or
jsuld that tho hupltnl olllcor refused to given out wctv reKrrel b-
which arc aU
. niiiiini"! hmo iiiii .inn lunv iihwii mild an
.. r.uirla which the deiwirlmoiit b-nl leuiedy inveuted which
' atwava clTectivv, et abmlutely
d hanuleaa. There never waa aui
place Tbty uever tiupe.
vcr nu auy
cau uks theu
TukJquknai. has the fu)let rein-rt uf the itoitiL's uf
thttlcgi.lutureand tatc untlal, a well m Imlopeii
dent, i-lear iinl coucIm; ciniucnt mi all public inatlor.
Send it trial suh.iriptln
A Few Interesting Facs
When people are contemplsli'g a 1 p
whether on 1 uiineu or pteuurc, lli'y nj 1 r
ally want the rn-it tervice olitainablc so lr
aj ipced, comfort and afety ii cinctiif 1
Kiiiolo) e of ihe Wisconm Ltntial I uta'
paid toicrvc the public nnd cut nan sc
opcrat d o at to make clue colliic "
uilli diverging ine at ul jiim ti e mi
Pullman I aiace Ski nine ami I hair 1
on through trains. .
Dining tar tervice ur.eictbtu, itai
a la (.arte.
In mile- to obtain thii liinclin eivic .
ak the U Let agent to kII vou a ticket o 1
TUB WISCONSIN' CENTRA!. LINK
Uftd )ou will mike dirtrl cmiiin.r
bt. I'tul for Chicagi, MilwakVo lsl
"For any lurller infoimaiion call . 11 any
liclet ,( or coireiwrut nh
General Payr, Agent.
f JS. A U.OCK,
C5 imal 'jent,
246 Slart idiect.
No More Carpet Moiopt.y.
hot ax at 1 inv IX
The attention nf MHi.iuuit ua- c . t
callctl to the advaBiajeiofhr d in ni.li) iIh
KtetiranilcUcaleru, ITji. tueal -ah Ui
KtMI'e H Ik.- ame raie iirrmilnl uk iKi
l)cuiiuma e via lluniinutbn o au 1-nn.
c4i 'l"h (vxsentef ka cm ice of mo
HMtc out ol I txllaad. thiee lluough Colo.
ml, and lu( eit iburrof. No mher line
ut of PunUfKl can bfler (uch a rarietv ol
igutri In 4 tttnin, a day' uopoer U given
an 1 aK(ert tl any )ot lu Utin or Cslo.
r do. Through pullmin aad touiut tletp
ng ran arc tun on all tratna, as uell 14 free
fcnmm ctuu cau. fii xervtcc and ac
en raodaiioni oneicd are equal, if not tu
perior. 10 inoe 01 any traea-contioenta road,
-.-3- --"--- -j w. mua ivnm. 1 ,. - -
If you contemplate a tnp eat, wnie lo) lant.rop.-, rubUr,
1 P. Manifold, G neral Aeenu K10 (.aJe ft lierainl Ioiim
lUal lrlil a. Urirv alsl tlilBt
of 1'artvU. ItitKa mhI Wlln
&ia u.aial.L I. iL ll iaaiIH
hl W)l bouli lUOBvtoll Huh M
-wuen Kailav. in Ihinlsirm i..i .
f ('levoa.faraor inlurmaiuw m m n.i . I
Jut a b'ftl rr tli tn ma itl imIi-B'
of irfir Uadtttakiiur !), Uwui
Capital Junk Shop
IVwIer in I'asl Iiun, ruu,jit ir.u
IOe lilAtlM. I1llnr. Iinnf. xiik-
Uigs, liiil. s,
t i ... w.
W - - .. jV .v II , " "" Mill I l
n leicnce to ratet, route or acconjodationj I M 0 I tf
D Ul HlNsTHN. lrpr.tr
rr- pr.t-ir w
Tallin tr V
wu 10 (