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The herald-advance. (Milbank, S.D.) 1890-1922, July 11, 1890, Image 8

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Iii(teDeiiJ«nt folly. i
Coufcln. Iak.vUau.
On the one hand, w» hav# the demo
cru*ic party, ever and now, opposing i
paternal features of government. Htut.e.
or nmioiiHl, advocating less Saw and:
more freedom of people to do as they
please, regardless of th«' effect mi the!
morals of tiio people, and tlie happiness
ot others clamoring- fur moral instead
of legai suasion: for restricted instead of!
extending powers of government, and
Betting the brakes upon, instead ot in
creasing the sueed of the curs of pro
gress. The race has accompliBiied its
groat progress in spite of this class of
instinctive objector?, who huvu hung
upon its skirts always. On tho other
hand, there has been in every age the
men of progress, who were not satisfied
with what hud been done, but ever
wanted to do more who were peering
into the future, for new methods to
restrain the rich from robbing the
poor, and the strong from oppressing
the weak. The organization of
republican party was the result of
organized efforts of such men. Its
marvelous history, its wonderful
achiovements, is known of all men, and
its praise will be snug, and im deeds
heralded by all nations and in all
climes to the end of time. Ixmg years
betore tho organization of the republi
can party, there were thousands of
men impatient of tho slow progress of
action that depended for sucess upon
the education of the majority of tho peo
ple up to tho point they (the reformers)
had instinctively attained. .Such im
patenee resulted in the premature or
ganization of an independent partv
that met with a continued defeat, not
because there was no merit in the de
mands of the independent party, but
because tho people were not ready for
anew party because a suHicient num
ber of the people were not educated up
ta lie point of demanding a new party,
and the impatient advocates of the in
dependent or old liberty party, retarded
rather than advanced their cause by
their hasty and premature action
I*.,u
Until the people want a new party they i
will not support one, and when jiey1
one
want a new party there is no jxjwer
that can restrain t.heni from having it.
Education and unification must patient
ly precede and inspire a majority of
the people to any special line of act ion
before their power can lie made effec
tive. W do not believe the republi
can party has lost its instinctive pur
pose of progress and reform: its success
has attracted to it much lip instead
ot heart service, and servants as well,
but the great mass of its supporters'
are the same men, or class of men, who
as the republican party, gave to the
world the brighest page of the his
tory of man's progress towards equal
rights, equal liberty and equal oppor
tunity, that has ever been written .since
the first notch was cut in the tally
stick of time. Why should we doubt
that the. men ot such a party, will
prove equal to the demands of tlie peo
ple for other and further strides in the
direction of legislation that shall insure
equal and fair opportunity lor all?
Abraham Linclon was besieged to issue
an emancipation proclamation, and he
waited so long thai the ever impatient
class, were loud in their complaints
but Linclon knew that to issue such a
proclamation before there was a sub
stantial majority of the whole people
demanding it would be a fatal mis
take, and he was right.
"bo today, while thousands in every
btateare demanding that the government
shall issue legal tender notes to the peo
ple in sate amounts on the people's lands,
and able republican senators and con'
gressnien, are advocating it in the nation
al councils, there is doubt (not in ou
mind) but abroad in the land whether
the people and he nat!on are ready for
so radical a measure and so of other
measures of roliel that we, as well a*
thousands ot others, are now asking for.
Hut the |ieople must not be impatient.
Xiood things have ever come slow. All
they ask is coming faster by far than
such things have ever come before.
Wait, give the republican, the progress
ive party of 'his ago, a chance lo rise up
and shake itself free of the barnacles
that have fastened upon it during the
voyage, and we believe in it will he found
all that is needed. It will not take long,
and it it shall tail, the people will be
ready for tiie successful organization of
a new party. We say new, because there
can be no Mich thing as a successful in-1
dependent party. The word independ
ent, as applied to u parly, is a misnoui-i
er. Tho republican must'come to the!
front on the progressive demands of the
people, or die that's all there is about it
ami new party, if formed, must be made
up from the members of the republican
party, liecause the democratic party is
instinctively against progress and reform.
1
he organization of no new and success
ful national party can happen without a
dishandment of tho republican pai'v it
must be forced into an assignment, as was
the old whig party, and it will he, unless
it conies to lh« front on the retorrti
measures now being demanded and if it
does not, we shall be as readv to con
demn it as any one !se. "Meanwhile
demagogues and arrant rascals who are
organizing independent side shows, in
here and there a district, or state, to get
themselves into office with, are retarding
and delaying the day of success and vie
ory by every such move and eflort they
are disgusting and driving from the
farmers
niovpnient, thousands upon,
thouB inds whom they will huvo to upend
was to obtain office.
Aea"ual jrlance at a aewspeper will!
Bliow a list of men who helped to build up
tne town. II you see a good-sized Ine
a ivertiseniont in il.e paper by ear-li prni
p.tl merchant, and a card from each of:
1 e' small ones, you noed not inquire
Hiit"iV)r'Hp«ri,t-v °r
ch-iii iOU,
tho Inost
w 1 I'
,xt,-nsive met
1 hen win ^dvortiHin^ their busitu-Hs,.
who 1
w ,,own
as a tact that those
o do try 10 ,ni„h their busing and
i n1
W1,h
'V'in?eres!^ lard
round Ex
UP'hi11 :'nuri t'y
Hl1
u--'
Mil M. W LYu.
We hear that.Orton?n]le entertained in
a lavish manner duriuk" the '..wumpment
What a sin and shame that a beautiful
spot of earth like this town shoi:Id be
cursed by such a combination of evil in
fluences as environs 'rtonville. South
Dakota drive-the saloon from her bor
ders. and Minnesota nurses the same evil
monster by high license. So it comes lo
pass that poor Ortonville is the victim.
But God helping the people of .Minnesota
the day is not far di-taut when these
same saloon keepers will find it necessary 1
to "move on." Meanwhile the terrible
the work goes forward and many sons ot
''H upright ambitious parents will be en
trapped in these saloons, to their ruin.
Sisters of the W. (.'. T. I*, ot South
Dakota, pray for St Paul and Minneapo
lis that they with all their churches, with
all their christian people may come to
the help of those who would so gladly
usher in the day when constitutional pro
hibition shall exist in Minnesota. All
the great excess of privileges which peo
ple enjoy in the city should make them
better fitted to grapple with this mon
ster iniquity.
THK TOBACCO HABIT.
The increase in the amount ol to
bacco consumed in the country furnishes
abundant evidence of the steady growth
of tho tobacco habit. According to the
report of tho Cwmtuissiouer of Internal
Revenue, there were consumed during
the past fiscal year, in excess of' the
a,llount
taxed the preceding year, II,
ot
manufactured tobacco
HMI
Home Aceltero will flu*! th.' la«t of
the [juilie domain of agricultural
auil crazing valu'aloiiK thu lire it
Norlliuru Ky. in N Dak. una Mont.
"1"ar-1
GiH!,(31 pounds of snutf: cigars
and 288,iSi»,2'iO cigarettes. There was ai
slight liicreave of (35.{Kiy,«XiO in the mini
ler of cigarettes sent abroad. There are
590,013 dealers in manufactured tobacco
on the tax ii.sis, and HoO,l S4 luuKe up the
total number of special tax payers.
The revenue collected from tobacco
in its various forms exceec's ^30,000,000
annually, ami the total aggregate spent
for it is something startling. The tax,
singularly enough, seems to have very
little effect in discouraging the use of
the weed. When times are good and
the working ol sses steadily employed,
tho tax is no hindrance to liberal indul
gence, and when there is a period of de
pression in business, men f.-el all the I
more inclined to seek consolation in the
quid and the pipe. Tho increase in the
number of cigarettes used, notwithstand-!
ing the warning of the medical fraternity
and the legislation against selling t-o Alul
minors, indicates a growth of the tobacco
habit ar,~ong boys and young mn which ^aa-I-iN Jib flS 1118
is anything but gratifying1'jitsburgli I
The Baltimore & Ohio railroad com
w
,o uu, j'n
habit of becoming inioxicat-ed. All em
ployes known to frequent .rinlting places
must be warned todiscotitinue thejin'ctice
quit the company's service. lanploves
will be discharged if intoxicated eithe1*
on or off duty. 'No persona discharged
for intoxication will be re employed.
The piinciple on which tins order is
based is sound. A railway companv is a
rzr!'fof
r,'r!
iffor
ily aCL,(,U! t,,b
the cnjrineH und cars tliema'-iv^s.
man who is in th" liubit of becoming
toxicnted is a risky employe. Then, ttx»,
tlie provisions that man nnist not fre
quput drinking jilaces is a wist* one- -for
he is in dauber of bt'in^ tempted to
drink lo much ev«»ry lime li» is in euch
a place owinjr to tiie hi lipid habit of
"treating."' It makes a distinct advance
in temperance when one of our great
corporations takes a stand like thisC It
will be followed in course of time by all
other railroad-, and the pract'ee will ex
tend to nil manufacturing »nd other inte
rests, until the man who drinks will find
all the more common avenues of em
ployment closed to bim—Toledo Blade.
Settlers on free Uorcrninent iaiirtn
nlou^ the Orent Northern Uy l.lni?in
North Dakota and Montaiia :et low
rates ami fine murkcto for iiruijiicis
FISHING
t,!i
Mnj. D. \V. Di«,'s, of Milhank, Grant
countv, who will !o remembered an the
mate treasurer elect, on the tentative
btate ticket, during visit to Aberdeen
»n tin* 4th of July intornied the Ne«s'
that hp is in the "field for the republican
nomination for wtate treasurer this year
From the information received from ul:
parts ot tlie state lie is l«d to believe that!
his chances are good. There is no ((ues
tion ahout Majir Uigir s ability or inteir- 1
lily. 11(» has a clean record arid in proof
of hiH popularity it may be stated that he
received the highest number of votes 01,
the first slate ticket.- 'Aberdeen .News,
alulo"ult"' rree
yoarH to purstmde to asrain iisociato with I on
thoso who made such eonsumate asses of *1
themselves, as to tollow the leiulcrship i HFAITHf'" ^'0:it,ina' free 1.finds. New
of men whoneonly desire and purpose .. i...lTow,",.Xew^allw*y#«NiJW Vincs.
raiiL'en vet
Riv''r Vttil,'y9
WEALTH
|U
oto tli! C»rent lU'seruit!oiio|-.Moiit
Pnil^eta food free lionn wteml. !.o\
('[lei'Hou t.l'.-at North
o 11OW
rate* unil In
era K'y. Lim
HERDS,
KINES.
Up
t,ie
,(uvn
it's nolid.
GREAT
FALLS
year
DEAD
n
Conuuericai Gazette. licitH IOr *il^Ullh lit. Iii i*
SO I!
lilt MEN ON RAILROADS. I)0 WtJ lUk WllOlL Vv'C SilJ' tllc'lt tilt
i1,u,j„8t8.mto,.v,rymin.,r»mci,,i -v,".1"!
a circular note, of which the following
is the leading part:
This company will not, under any cir
cumstances, employ mm
In spite of its
rompaet and
neata|)p«'araue(
FREE
LANDS
it is 110 mere
UCU/ I or more, aloiirthe Un-at North- sllO W
•"tit Jern Ry. Line MiiHincHs eliniiccs
TflWN^ I Write K. l.Wltitm y.st.l'anl.Minn., i 1
lUriMO SforHookt-, Mnpa,(Vx. Write now! hilt Will AVOrk ai-
,,,,,
machine.
L0
W "we
]1
I'iursi revolts in America nloin: and
Noril.crij Ky, I.ituj in Mum,,!
D.'ikotn.-i and Muiiiiina. Hext" i*li
iiiiiii' lor licaith iteekers.
Montana produce" the finest liors-
an the fa­
RATES
mous Standard
all Steel
CATTLE
i.ou Uates.
vacant laud.
Largest area of ^ood
s«e.'t (.Ms:* ll
ills. Milk ami h«n
Hn tr alii y*, .V in tana, n-achcd only
by the .ir.'ftt Northern Kinnvjiy Line.
The Stock liameu' ptirudice.
GOLD,
GOAL,
SHEEP
HOGS
1
I Tlie regions trihntn .. io i.ivuti
I
1'Golden
Norlht'fu Ituilwuy Liuo iu .Montana I
proilnt-u a.I the prcciouv hmI li.iwer
nicliilH (.*» iow'iih ,'iinl railtt'ttvn.
I'/i i
RIVER
'1 he«.e lni\ e made VoiHana the rich- i
ent Mtnte per capita iii the I'nioii. i
I'lenty of room for more
!»lockr(iiKerx. Now is ll
Surrounded by afiiteagrli iiititi-alaiul
•.•.ra/.liiL'country, clorts t„ iiiine« (,f
lteeioni HR'tiil*. iroiiiiiiilcoui, iio-^
cksiih: a water power u ncijiinlk-'l in
A inerua, it, im Monlaiia'd iijilneirial
centn-.
I he valleys of Hid Moime, MisaourJ, I
AliUmid v.iii, Hivt iMrt.au htJ by (iit-jt!
«»rti.ern Jtv, juk
rsr, x,,ir
4
8 i,,,lbt liKST
h(irc to-day and yomewlien
ior the s'ttty property persons trans-1
ported over its lines. A drunken em- forioi* ManllilK' aild falsel V
ploye may unintentonally send a train I
to destruction by a misplaced switch or a 1* lOW doWll COllllHitlt.lOll. J.N) 11
ot 1)0 HUKI)
wrong signal, and awful loss of 1 if., result, I ii ,• i
tl
,o
W
,lllti
„ntntirm of THK DKKRIXG,
the reputation of
IT IS FALSE
man who can produce
VfcttfJ
"Daisy,"
"Pink,!
P.-itent ('ouipositi
''Silver- Binder
Twine,
nuiicr* and
Aloiii the (Jreat Northern ttaiiwav
Lun' in .Montana are free ranches and
imsturan", ntities ol fiim ious metals,
iron and con!, and new citica and
low lie Now if your tin lice.
YOUNG
MAN!
Here is a modern Light Weight Binder, with a Mni„ Wheel
DICK MOUTELL falls ln-ir to an imnuMist* fortum*, with THK lEKIJIX(i MA-
i!
tun!! AVf (lo .ji^t fall 011 us in MILBANK or our agents at WJLMOT,
MADE FROM THE BEST MANILA AND SISAL FIBRES
ri,Ni:»-'mSi"! SRS"
XHL DMvItlM (ilANT 310Vi YM
TIIK DKEKINtJ
I
6. U.
and (Jet M, |mo.
Write!-. I. Wtntnry.M. uui, l^iit
R. L.
LI(i HT ik K A lk iOK 'U
we arc, y«*s and licptr wt'stay.
LOI ALLh\ or Rb\ ILLO aiul say it to us ami sec how quick we will show you your
error but if you aroprejudiml.anda fi,-rhtinrinaii. unless you weitfhaton, perhaiisit would
be pleasanter for you to appoint a day for an interview at either of the above named places,
where my agents would be pleased to show you in the most, gentlemanly manner the won-1
derfully improved DKKKING JI'XIOR STKKL lilXDKR )R lv.niand prove to your
tire satislaction our every assertion.
We caution Farmers not to be deceived by irresponsible airents for other machines, who
Claim till. SI I'KUIOR
u
..
to say nothing of tens ot thousands ot ICOllVllK'Od. 1 ay HO attfllt 1011 t() Apt'lltrt Who tl'V to 8oll 'KRASIIV M\('III\FS
dollars'wo,ti, «f valuable treigi,, and,i
claiming
Al}
i
WJVliW
jj yj. -iv mifc,. """J-',
THE RELIABLE DEERING- BINDER TWINE
The "Flower" Brand.
U RIE D.
DtM'riiiir Machiiu's have provrn tlu'ins.'lv.' to be lie-
HAUVKSTKK8 and TW1XK HI\|K1!S (N KAKTII? If voi,
els,* to-morrow, wlioss* jiriin'i|,J,'s iiv low I'lioimh tocxliitiit :m in
yi'AIJTIKS
that thoirs
Is the most Compact, Smallest, Neatest, and handsomest Binder ever
of THK
a
IIKKlilNli,
iv tlu- same.
and to back up our assertion wo will offer $1,000 ifi clean cash to isif
a ina*11i111• equal in all particular, to THK I1
THE DEERING JUNIOR STEEL BINDER
And tl only Harvester with an Adjiutali
.'18
10 8is e
cut
*ny
0r *ia*« and IB
OTJOK
•muiiiM ciU!
Doeriiiff Bind-
"i'S and has the
A
I v11".1)
v
practical
o v e e n s
,l,at
kill ami
•"^perieneo have
ver tie
vised.
in. high and i„
wi,1(,
"LILLY,"
"BUTTERCUP,"
"ROSE,"
quality anl
I'rice to suit
vvu ry wish
and pockot.
IN YUCATAN.
catin, cap.cuv,
strong
*nd
utter Bar, Peifect Fit-
durable.
It,',.|
Tlii,
A ..., I,. 1, t!r.-d fori y-four dolmr.-m..itliin«
£.\ ppl-y 1
lit IIJ TO US OT our Aireilts i "*"Ut'lS'H.'iit nmont: i.tlnTthiufi
ifth.'rciil i'«intnti' tli.*r'iii mid
FOE ism
Market.
Si
N. Section a,, -j
M't-aul comity, s D-ik
I oeilal ion ,.hn\
xumtnouc! i„ jii)Ufu*. ,'1"
«»f is'i i Una.,#
."
a!,'3S«
1
Julri
th
1(11111,11 "Crillll!*
it. K.
'I,!
•aiti
Mortgage S&J
ni',ui..YN,i),.i,
m-iii ntih.. nioll,.VwJ.'"SH,'rSh
I'll- 1 -t ll I HIV of I,-J,d ,f«»]1
fvon N. Kj.mnMH, n«i
A
-Hl
l.niul „in| Tvrrihirv i
Si.Ulh Hukotu. i„ Sari:!'!,
"f1 ruin Hint 'lVrru,,
Nn:»f li I lit
111.- ,h
'oiiiii '11 Griiut Terr'ti .* i"
Soiuii liukoin,
in, th.. iKti,
"». I!,-,it
lKtl
ii i nl,
"•Miction
l!aj
L'ilK'k
WllKfiKAS,
or diIktw is,' hav
or
til bt iirnl i,v r!S.'lt'U!l*
i "f. mikI Hi.- whole tiu-iot.f
I un|»ai-.l
5
J|tj
tipon Mt.,1 iiu.n^t., «VVI"*dm
iI'nl, ui.d $:i
Ini'". .'illiirni'v-s
o i I U i a i
-\7W r'lKKKKOKK,
thiittiv \irlin- nf i|,,. ,[
"ml .»"ly rwutti,
CHIll 111i.I't
unci in |iur-iii iii
i iiimti- iirnl jr.\ liii-i),
fori*rU,ip,i'ii in
I thi-r.-iu ilr-i riiicil,
li,e
otatnif.
"uiil
man
•'t |iuliiic
•illt .Illliiy
Mi.'ritl of-«!,l
front iliii.r i!|.
S"1"14
l|f
Slul
t'oinny i.[ t,mu,'''iiwitill
o n I
o i
lot |v III III,.
JTHU-t 1 1 Titji
•'J
»rntiI in tin- SUhM.f.vmu,
scriheo iih i-tv,i |,n,Mhu,
'f th,- Xuflj,
'-''Jin Tu«»
r-'. I Mill So ii i li ll Aif I
S«-i 11..ii ii.iriv lun i
nil »iut f'-h'c ti ,: i-
IHitfd nt Aiilhun k s„u,hn25
lofjiinti A I« l*!*t
S.V1U.KNT .V 11K,.,
Ul.l.i AUurn'Jf (urn
.loilN \V
'Mortgages.
WIIKKKilrfjii,.i iiii«t,.,.u
liii'iit of tlir liioi,. -iT.ircil hi i
I thr istli duv III ti-. t.,!ier, A I)' |-.
SBVilhl KusmcII jiiiiI Uui.tp'll 1
huiiil, of til., t'nintv ,,f I,rail!
I imkotn, iihw Stall1t-f Snrut, *(j|
I of thi'i'oiiii! oft.rmii,
i Diikotu, him Mtatf 1,1
,,ui|i'usi
niortKHue wn.1 rri iiriiiM, in
t« or Hi-,-ilt, .,t tin. I'oiiuty of."
I 1U1V of lltiKolll. Iiiiw Mnls of
Honk Is ot M.-rt'.' n...'!.. on liMf
d«y ..f ii(t..!„
u
NV K I K A s, no tii-l urn nr uh
or otlu-i imi- Iihvi- tn-.'ii lii^niuif
i "''t'l K'-riirt'il hj fftiil nijri_:ajeol
i W 111*.I.11,A. th,. illinium
I 1I1»H1 ll id liionnaL.!'. tit the (Jat..
tin- t»uin .if |.,it |it Huni!r-! hi
i mill iiinciy is i.i-hi«,
|irini'i[),j|. uiiit$m »i inirrmt
I Hloriirys' fet'i It |,u .•!»•! fur In
N O W, THI:I KKn i:.
n
..ti-.-
I Mml hy virliif of tli• pinvcr ..(m
Mjllt Ml I-rl.C'l/l, (lil)i It lt:J ri-l l,!l
Hint 111 j.iir^u Itirc ,.f t}i«- s!»«i.
iniM.lrai.il jiri'V-c-ihr PHid n
f.irccloK'il In ii tin' nior
ttifri-in i|«-^i-r it ji-iiiitc
^Iierittof (mill *,: ittuivur-h
frollt IK.o, ,,f .. ,.l, ii, i.sl.
Hunk and ('otiiit y i.rnM pud
!ukotn, on it, ,'M1 ,,f \ii_-,,«i
hi tlie Hitern.iuji of fh-nS .iai
pri-mij. i- lire Kittmti-'l u, tIn- cm
Mi- Mule of Son ill I'ilk urn. im,1*
follows, to wit: I llt- Kn»! Imifa
i]iini'ti-r i K1, SK',i mid t!i.' s
Nortli ch«i i[iitiri, r, li,i i
.'i'li (lo, in fun n-ii 11, (,i
(lJi!i.f ItHna'' fort\ fij
U I N u- S i
1
V
of ,1 llllti ,v ll l^iHI
I'.ns W Km iV
Notice of Si
Nwlit-c Is hcrcliy v, u that
jUrts»illc*l|l., rttlirlrr.'.i Hint /ivcll
«W» ef tin.' thira jnii« ml. drt
the colllltv of t.irul,! irte!
kotn.oti tlii-Sd ii ii
y i.f .1 tin).,. A
Which *lli(1 Jlld^llli'llt llu-rt
«U» d»y of .1 line, A 1. «'. tiuif
ollicc of th« clerk of ilir iO»l cim
('utility ol i'Hit, stiiti' of
nctiou when in .f. S. .'It—u
CO pSIiilHTK llll(l( the lirm II.1UH!
Coin piiny. Well" plullltillr, lltirtl'l
WBH dcli'iiitun t. 111 fnv.Ji i,f lhi'#il
il^aiimt lie
nil id (li'tciiilciit f.ir tliff
I'li-
arc
iHtHtc
Oil
rrili.-d In sat isly tlie 1111111111,1 of ll
»ith lutercKt tlicrcuii nn1 c.«»i»
of sali', or wi much tin r. ol nn ihf
snlr'appljciiliU' tllcrvto wiiitMi«h
pec 1111 cM'ciitmii ti, me i
-u t-d
tin- rlcrk-ol tin- siiid i-ir( nil n'urti
county of irant, etui.' of f*nut(l 1*
seal or the mikI court, liiro nngn
iiio|)crty piimisnt to en:.i jmlgt
lfciicriu't, Hhcritt' of fin! cMini
cairi »ttir- of South IJiikotft. »ill i
nfltr (IcKcrihcil mil ^tttt•• to ill'*
for cash, at pdlilic (Hictnm, nt ill
the court house in the city 5
county and stute. J' i:, r. i v llii-'-
I) lsini, lit eleven o'clock 111 I
that day, to satisfy U.esHid jnile
est ami com* thereon ami cnum
snle,ur
HO
111 lu ll thereof tlit*
*Hle H|iplicatne thereto will natif'
tilt.' to he Mold a* (if.irenHKi }'H
iudtrment iindtossid «ritauJ
thiit certitiu iriict 01 pan-el nf law
iitir in the county of Oruiit, ft*l*'
(lescrioed (If) fnllows, toWIt: 1
qilHI'ter of H.'Ction mi in In-red t«'P
tow ll«lli|i IIII in li.-r.d ilie lniiiflit't
ftlf1) north, of range nntiil»-red
west of till* llflll priticilull IlltTln
one hundred ami «ivty «, re». m«i
Ilnleil nt Miiliatik, South Unkn'.
cittraeti\ e i
D'll?w,:
ii.j
Sheriff of itranl'uunt)'
Charles Dmvihou uinl 1'hilo IJail.
I'inlrtif
CHlCAty
(MILWAUKEE]
¥°STFAUI
FAST MAIL LINE with Kf'
and Steam Heated Vestiuu
tween Clv.cago, Milwaukee,
Min nenjM,lis.
TKANS-C O N I N i N A I K
trie lighted and Ste :m
IraiiiK letween ('hii-iw1.
|I"J
Oinaljft and the l'acilii''
osf"
GIIKAT NATIONAL KOlTT|i
eago, Kansa* City, R«l •-t' J'*'1'
r,Too MILKS oF KOAO reiifl'
ji.'il pointN In Illinois, W isroii-
I ta, Iowa, Missouri and p:«kot1
I For tnaj.s, tune tables, rates i
Ireiglit, etc., apply to the
ll'.'
agent ol the (JtucAUo,
I'AfL [iah.W A Y or to any iai '0"*
I Wliere 111 the World.
ROSW'KLL MIl.LKIi, Genrral
v':,
A. V. II. UAKI'li.NTKK.Oeu.i*-
11r«r
'For information i»
r''.,erf''1|'
and 'J'owns owned I v the
KKK ,V ST. I'AL't. Kailvv*'
to H. tt. IlAroAS, Jjand ''""HP
wauk«M, Wis
Hail road I-Kcar*"""
ExcurKion ticket-' for tbe
rational Ass'd 0^oventi"D
aiul return for $7.73 on
i« the beet valu« for the mouey 7th and 8th, good to
iR'e'
re'ut!',
lt»H\ ing St. I'aul July H'"
'lu8ive.
For tlio tourili of J"'.v
e*c!','ni
ets wtii bo Hold July "d i,r nr
retum Jmy 7ih» »t "C1* ^S1"
far® for tlio rouud lrip-

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