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TALK OF ANNA SHAW
"FATE OP HEPUIII/IOS" IS HANDLED
(Talented Woman Entertains it Larse
Audience in the Unitarian Cknrch.
She Made Some Telling Blows
Agalait the Alleged Sterner Sex.
Similnrity In the Rise and Fall of
Rev. Anna Shaw captivated the large
Audience that listened to her lecture on
"The Fate of Republics' at the Unitarian
church last nignt. The boundless sarcasm
with which she handled me position ot
man on the question of enfranchising
woman kept the bis audience in constant
good humor, the men apparently appre
Vrelating the telling blows that were humor
^.&M-. y.v-",ously aimed at them as much as did the
She said that the rise and fall of re
B%tPUbl!cs were all the same and the decay
.••'^g^^the same.T They have risen with the ma
ssi' l^gijajcterial energy of man and decayed with the
ilack. of moral and religious energy of
woman. All republics had decayed first
the inside. The aggressive spirit of
man was the most potent factor in de
veloping republics, but the moral and re
ligious decay caused their fall. She
showed that women were more moral and
religious than men and that the decay of
republics w,as due to the lack of influence
of Woman in its government. In admit
ting, that man's aggressiveness was a po
tent factor In developing the republic sne
said/that if it had been left with women
republic today would not extend out-
OF THE PEOPLE
O E E O E
B,V,. THE PEOPLE
BREWERS AND BOTTLERS.
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STOCK AND BOND BROKERS.
Real Estate and
FIRE INSURANCE ACENTS.
OFFICES-rPalladlo Building and Wcet-Du"
^'Wwte Murd Matheson, Prop.
k,. Wines, LiprsaM Ciprs.
203 W. Superior St., Dnlutli. Minn.
and Power Co.
*n-.« V: Successors to
i?':- Hantaan General Electric Co.
Furnish Electric Cnrreuts
For Light and Power.
216 W. SUPERIOR STRET.
Loans and discounts I !U2,}71 !1
Real estate 160,000 00
Bonds 84,250 00
Revenue stamps 671 41
Taxes paid 1.528 59
Demand Loans $1,660,000 00
Due from Banks and
Cash oa hand 656,13152
side of New England as the woman of
the past was wedded to home life, was
fond of old friends, and communities, but
that she had followed, the ambitious
young man west, "that she had held down
the claim for the requisite period, then
the young man had: proven up the claim
in his own name and asked her help in
proving up other claims. The young
man's ambitions soon deserted htm and
had it not been for the hold-on-stick-to-it
character of the woman, our nation today
would not be a nation among the nations
of the world. Right or wrong, war was
one of the mighty factors in the rise of
republics aiding in attaining the period
of their material development. She re
ferred to the history of all republics, and
said that if the United States fallowed
the way of all the rest, it would be be
cause we shall fail of God's high purpose
and Intent for us.
In a republic the ciass voting affects the
government in the long run. The political
control of the saloon element or any other
element would sooner or later assert it
self in the fate of the republic. She re
ferred to the proverbial ingratitude of re
publics—passing over the good service ren
dered, but never overlooking the bad.
She said that all our Iegis.ators* were not
bad, some of them were so good mat they
were good'for nothing. "Women had tired
of the tandem arrangement and asked to
walk side by side with man, asserting that
if it were true that men were the great
material elements in forming republics,
women were the great moral and spiritual
factors. They were tired of having to
stay up on the pedestal that men were
so fond of talking of, with only male
Idiots, male Indians, male paupers and
baby boys for company, and wanted to
come down into the awful arena with
man. Men placed on woman the respon
sibility of rearing children and then with
hold from them the means of rearing them
rightly. She scored Ingersoll and Ingalls
alternately and legislators generally. She
closed with saying that in looking about
for a punishment fit for treason they had
decide to disfranchise Jeff Davis and
thereby placed him on the pedestal with
She reasoned that if the republics of the
world had died and were dying along the
lines of immorality there was but one
way to make the weak place strong and
that was to bring the morally strong ele
ments of humanity to bear where the
state was weak. Then we would have a
government of the people, by the people
and for the people.
BRYAN'S CHATTANOOGA BANQUET.
Lint of Sneaker* and AVIiut Tliey
AV111 Talk About.
CHATTANOOGA, Tenn., March 3.—The
committee on arrangiements for the Bry
an banquet has made out the following
list of speakers and assigned the sub
jects to be discussed by each:
W. J. Eryan, "The money of the con
Gov. Benton McMillan, "The Demo
cratic party and the reform."
Ex-Gov. Tanner, "The constitution does
not authorize imperialism."
Congressman John A. Moon, "The
Democratic party and the Spanish-Amer
Maj. Watkins, "The national backing
system not authorized by the constitu
There will be several other local speak
ers. The banquet will be given on the
20th inst., and there will be 400 covers,
nearly all of which have been taken.
NOTED BREWER DIES.
"MAILED FIST" IN EVIDENCE.
What Is Expected From Prince
lien RJ'K Advancement.
BERLIN, March 4.—Emperor William
has appointed Prince Henry of Prussia to
succeed Vice Admiral Von Diedrichs in
command of the German squadron in Chi
The Neuste Nachrichten remarking
upon the importance of 'the appointment
says: "Prince Henry, being the brother
in-law of the czar and a grandson of
Queen Victoria the appointment will tend
to assist the adjustment of East Asian
differences. We anticipate that the An
glo-American press intrigues against Ad
miral Von Diedrichs will cease' in the
presence of a prince enjoying such great
popularity especially in the British navy."
MOXTIJO IS IN JAIL.
Spanish Admiral Will be Tried for
Surrendering: to Admiral Dewey.
MADRID, -March 3.—Admiral Montijo,
who was in command of the Spanisr.
squadron destroyed by Admiral Dewey ITI
the battle of Manila Bay and the' com
mander of the Cavite arsenal, was this
evening incarcerated in the military pris
on, pending trial for his conduct at Ma
The government has also ordered th*
prosecution of Gen. Linares. who was ir.
BANK STATEMENTS HANK STATEMENTS
CONDENSED STATEMENT OF CONDITION
The American Exchange Bank of Duluth, flinn.,
At Close ofliusiness, February 4th,
Capital slock paid in..
$ 500.000 00
supreme command of the Spanish forces
at Santiago at the time at ths.capltu'a'/.on
to Gen. Shafter.
QUAY'S COUNSEL APPOINTED.
Gov. Stone Gives D. T. Watson
Supreme Court Justiceship.
HARR1SBURG, Pa., March 3.—Gov.
Stone today tendered to D. T. Watson, oi'
Pittsbuig, the appointment of justice ot
the supreme court of Pennsylvania to
fill the vacancy caused by the death of
Judge Henry W. Williams of Wellsbcro
Mr. Watson has been one of the counsci
for Senator Quay and his son Richard in
the pending charges of conspiracy and the
use of state funds in the defunct ePopir
bank of Philadelphia. In politics Mr. Wat
son is a Democrat. Justice Williams was
ARCADIAN COPPER COMPANY.
Acquires Vast Lnt of Properties
Hich in Mineral.
BOSTON, March 3.—The Arcadian Cop
per Mining company, through the efforts
of President Albert C. Burrage, of Bos
ton, representing the Standard Oil peopl",
has acquired additional territory whiji.
nearly doubles the present property and
ill make the Arcadian the largest pro,
ti'ty in the Lake Superior district. The
company lias just secured what are known
as the Old Highland ami St. ^Mary's cop
per properties,' together with various oili
er tracts of land, representing altogeth
er 2,100 acres of valuable mineral tevi
tcry. By this purchase it will secii'"
mineral lodes five miles in length and will
be in a position to produce copper,by doub
ling its working plant at an estimated
lew cost of T/2 cents.
POPE IS WRITING POETRY.
His Holiness Pute His Disease Into
ROME, March 3.—The physicians of the
pope say they are quite satisfied with hli
condition. When leaving the pontiff last
evening they predicted for him a long lif?.
Before going to sleep the pope wrote a
poem which was a description of his case.
He read the poem this morning 'to the
This being the anniversary of the cor
onation. of the pope there were the usual
ceremonies of flag hoisting and visits from
p* elates, nobilities and diplomats, who in
scribed their names in- the visitors' book.
Everything Is going satisfactorily and
Dr. Lappani thinks that after Monday
THUNDER IN CINCINNATI.
Scared the People and Dill a Little
CINCINNATI, March 3.-Shorlly after
6 o'clock today there was a terrific thun
iler storm here. It was of short duration
but caused much alarm and some damage.
Proilt l»y Loss.
It is a fact that to many minds no
doubt must be very curious, that the
Bank of England has always had a pretty
steady source of profit in the loss and
destruction of its bank notes. What it
has gained of late years in this way we
are unable lo say, but during a period of
40 years preceding 1832, the bank has made
a clear profit of £1,330,000 from outstand
ing paper never likely to be presented for
payment. When- the destruction, or the
irrecoverable loss of a note can be proved,
as in the event of a fire or a wreck it can,
the bank, of course, will always pay the
money il represents, and even when there
is doubt about it, the cash is paid on se
curity being given for indemnifying the
bank should the note ever be presented.
'i ne £60,000 worth of paper—or £20,000,
as it appears to have been reduced to
taken from Parr's bank, will, therefore,
not represent a loss unless the crisp little
biliets have some day to be duly honored
at the Bank of England counter. In that
case the cash paid in exchange for them
will have to come out of the coffers of
the plundered bank.
Dentil of Indue Danciihere In
1IU1Ineed nt New York.
NEW YORK, March_3.—The dealh of
Isaac Danenberg was announced today.
For the last four years Mr. Danenberg
was the president of the Brewers' Ex
change. He was also vice president of
Ihe United States Brewers' association
and was connected with the Brewers' Ice
company, the Statu Trust company of
Newark, N. J., and a director in numer
ous breweries and banks. He was born
at Norfolk, Va., about 4S years ago. He
became senior partner in Danenberg &
Co.'s brewery in Brooklyn and in 1877 or
ganized the English syndicate that now
controls the majority of the leading brew
«ries in the United States.
Many years ago a bank director lost.a
note for £30,000. But being a man of
credit and as there was no doubt about
the loss of the bill, he gave the usual
indemnity and got the money. Many
years after, when the man had long been
dead, the paper was presented. It was
payable on demand and had come from
abroad in the ordinary way of business
and the sum il represented had to be
handed over, and as the indemnity that
had been given was repudiated by the
heirs of the man who had given it, and
for some reason could not be enforced,
the bank on that occasion had to put
^30,000 on the debit side of the account.
I?jor once in- a way they paid double
hc-nor to a bit of their own paper.
There is another story of a sum of
£20,000 which the bank in its early days
for a short time refused to hand over in
exchange for its own notes. They were
presented by a Jew. whose assertion that
he had bought them was not disputed,
and whose personal integrity was above
suspicion. They had, however, undoubt
edly been stolen, and on that ground the
bank refused to pay the money. The Jew
went out inlo the city and began to spread
it abroad that the bank was shaky and
couldn't cash iis notes, and as he backed
his assertion by displaying his indisput
able paper, the assertion would in all
probability soon have caused a run on the
bank, and in a few minutes a messenger
came to say that the notes would be
cashed if he would present them again.—
T-lie Professor's liahy.
"When I was a medical student in the
University of Pennsylvania," said the doc
tor. "Ihe boys celebrated an interesting
e\ent in the domestic life of one of the
professors in a unique way. The news
that the favorite professor was a happy
father readied the students on Thursday
morning, and that afternoon and evening
there were t-onsuilaiions held all over the
university buildings, and sundry dimes
and quarters were collected by two or
three of the students, who constituted
a sort of finance committee. Every Fri
day morning the professor gave a lecture
lo the students in the amphitheater. The
subject for the lecture that week was
"fhe Relation of the Sympathetic Nervous
Sjstem- to the Nerve Centers of the
Bl-ain,' and h&lf an hour before the time
s§t for the lecture every man in the
class, which numbered about 350, was in
his place waiting for the fun to begin
and "glancing now and then toward the
ll-ree long operating tables ..in the center
ot the room.
"Promptly at 10- o'clock 'the door opened
and. the favorite professor entered the
-Form 2. Typewriter use.
Ch Db Ed
Panton & White,
amphitheater. He carefully closed the
door behind him, then with a self-con
seious clearing of his throat turned to
ward the class. At the first glance his
jaw fell, while every one of the 350 fiends
in the seats above began to yell al the top
of his lungs. Spread out upon the three
long operating tables were about 150
baby's toys and furnishings of every kind
and description. There were rattles by
(ne dozen, Noah's arks, dolls of all sizes,
a toy cooking stove, a baby carriage, an
embroidered flannel petticoat, a nursing
bottle lying in a graduated glass, a pair
of little blue kid shoes, and other things
too numerous to mention. After the firsl
shock of surprise and embarrassment, the
professor was game. He thanked us, in
speech peppered with flve-syllabled
words, for our thoughtfulness in thus
providingi for the future needs of his off
spring, but he- observed, after a careful
examination of the various instruments
of infantile delight spread out before him,
that we had forgotten one thing, a bottle
of paregoric. Then he yawned in a way
suggestive of midnight vigils, and turned
his attention to 'The Relation of the Sym
pathetic Nervous System to the Nerve
Centers of the Brain.'
'But he was not allowed to proceed be
yond the first sentence or two. His atten
tion was drawn to the blackboard, where
some student of artistic tendencies had
drawn an elaborately decorated design in
red white and ble chalk: 'Is Marriage a
Failure.' The poor professor, seeing that
ll.ere was no possibility of a serious lec
ture that morning, entertained us for
about 10 minutes on the text posted on the
blackboard, then, after inviting us all to
visit Ihe newcomer in the immediate fu-_
ture, he marched off to the music of 350
voices singing 'Go to Sleep, My L.ittle
Pickaninny,' and 'Daddy Wouldn't Buy
Me a Bowwow.'
To Cure a Gold in a Day.
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund money If it fails to
cure. 25c. The genuine has Li. B. Q.
Wlicn Genius Gets a Show.
"All great works are written by famous
men between the ages of 40 and 60."
"Yes by that time their children are
big enough to play out of doors."—Chi
Xot Rieli Gnongli.
"I wish I were rich enough to icarn elo
cution." "You are a course of lessons
does not cost much." "No but I am not
rich enough to make people listen to me."
Til rotvn Fro in II is Carriage.
"Fwat is th' matter with your face?"
"Oi wor thrown from me carriage. But
it tuk th' condoochitor an' motorman, the
both of thim, to do it." Jit.
THIS KXl'K-KT HAT WORKS.
ClotlieM Cleaning a ml faney
l)yeiii is Dune at liELItY^
POPULAR HAT HOSPITAL A.\U
It VI- WORKS,
SEND US ONE DOLLAR WM
npvr r»Hrrn htsli-irrnde RKSEKVOIK COAL AD »OOI)
COOK 8T0VK, hy freight C.O.D.,
subject to examination.
Examine it at
depot and if
An Enormous Purchase
Wm. Myers 6 Go. who sontt the following Telegram ere one of
largest Importers of Laees and Embroideries in the country.
Connecting' Willi Postal anil United Lines Telegraph Companies and Mnckcy-lleiinett Ocean Cables.
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Errors can be guarded against only b? repeating a message back to tbe sending station- for compariHon, ami the- Company will
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paid thereon, nor in any case where the claim is not presented in writing wiinm sixty dars alter nenUingtlie message.
ail UNREPEATED MESSAGE, nod is delivered by request of tbe sender, under the conditioim named above,
H. A. TUTTLLJ, General
We have decided to accept your Mr. Ponton's offer of fifty
percent off spot cash for our entire sample line of embroideries,
about one hundred and fifty thousand yards.
SEND US OWE
Cut this ud. out and send to __
NEW I9IPKOYKD ACHK iH'KKXJ'AULCti
toexaainallon. You canexamihoitL. ....
if you And it exactly AS opresentdd, ejual to orgdd-»tbkt retail at
$100.00, the greatest value
sawahd far better than
organs adveftJyfcd by othefs at Money, paythtt fTolghtagehtotir
days offer price, £31.75, less
tho 01, or
350.73 ahd frelghtchcreBs.
$31,75 IS OUR SPECIAL 90 DAYS PRICE
4 one-half the
i"1 il 'ir ]pricecharg
others. Su^h an ollet* was hover made befote.
T1IC fl2l££2I isoneofthe qiostdnriljleandgweetcBttnaediil
IflC AUcvIC JULS.I1 strumentsever mado. Fromtheillustration
shown, which is engraved direct from a photograph, you can form
some idea of its beautiful appearance* Modd from Solid
QuatterSawed Oak« antique finish, handsomely decorat
ed audornamented, latest I8d9styl6* THE ACMKQL'KKNis
6 feet inches high,£3
indues long, ftfiuchcs wide and weighs
35Q pounds contaius 5 octaven,ll stops as follows: IMapasoo,
Principal, Daleiana, Helndla, Celeute, Cremona, Bass Coupler,
Treble Coupler, Diapason Forte, Principal Forte,
and Tox Huma
na 2 Octave Couplers, 1
1 Grand Organ Swell, 4 Set*
Resonator/ Pipe Quality Kceds, I
Set of 37 Pure
Sweet Melodia Reeds, 1- Set ef &7 Charmingly Brilliant Celeste
8et of 24 Rich Hellow Smooth Diapason Oecdst
21 rieaslog Soft Selodioos Principal Reeds*
THE APIIL' flflCCU action consist of the celebrated
I lib HUlVIC UUCCn NenclReodsi which are only used
in the highest grade instruments, also fitted with Hum*
Acme Queen Organ Wd issue a written binding 23
of whichif anyie
part gives out wo repair
it free of charge* Try it ont
iSi.76. Order atonce. lon'tdelay.
SEND ONE DOLLAR
pay the railroad agent
415 West Superior Street.
less the $1.00i
sent with or
der or &12.00
and freight charges. This stove is sizeo. 8,
163- xl8x 11, top Is '42x23 made from best pig iron, extra
large flues, heavy covers, heavy linings and grates,
large oven shelf* heavy tin-lined oven door, handsome
nickel-plated ornamentations and trimmings, extra
iHTgA itoep. genuine
8taadUlivore*la!a lined rtwnolr, hand
some )&rge ornamented base. Bent »»l bnrner aade, and
we famish rRKK an extra wood grate, making ita per
fect wood haraer. WE I8SCB A BINBIXO 6CARA&TMI with
every stove anduniarantee safe delivery to yourjrail
road station. 4iib£i6cal deal*f woald charge yott •2S.00
for each a »tov& the freight is only about SI.00 f"**
WRITE FOR OUR BIG FREE
SEARS, ROEBUCK ACO.flNC.)
a- „. *&'Vr
l/IXTOV MOItltlSOV, l» resident.
New York, Feb.
Watoh for Our Announcement on arrival of this
immense"purchase. It will pay you to do so.
PANTON & WHITE
Wm. Myers & Co.
and'naest leather in valves. THE ACME QUEEN is
finished with a
10xl4bsveUsll plate French mirror, mokel
a a a E a a N
.any railroad or express company Chicago. We hate a cajiHal of over 8480,000.00, occupv entire one of the l3rg
est business block9 in Chicago and employ over 800peop)e in our own building. WESKi.L OKGAZW AT $22.00 and
ep PIANOS, 81-O.00 and up also everything
in musical instruments
at lowest wholesale prices. V/rite for fi^o
special organ, piano and musical instrument catalogue. Addres
SEARS, ROEBUCK St, CO. (inc.), Fulton. DetplainesanilWayman Sts., CHICAGO, ILL.
And are understood nuicli quicker and easier
than pbge of mellifluous, faultle&Hly gram
matical college English.
An Oak Centre Table, like cut, top 24x24
Inches, regular retail price
$2.00 Our Price for this
ACME QUEEN. (OUR OWN MAKE*) because WE WANT THE BEST. Our wheels, gear and
Water Rubbed and lhe»aterlal and LalmrinPalaUngOUR ACME'QUEEN, would palnl Uiree ckeap buggies.
S55.00BARELY COVERS COST of material and labor, leaving us the smallest pront imaginable,
but we are building 70 buggies a day and to advertise
our buggy factory we aro willing to SELL
*1.00 PROFIT EACH. Wo know »70.
OO daily profit on 70buRgiea will satisfy us, advertise ua everywhere
and build up the LARGEST BUGGY BUSINESS IN THE WORLD.
_______________ .pay the-railroad agent balance, $54.00 and
freieht eliarsea, otherwise pay nothing and the
agent will return buggy at our expense and we will return your 81.00.
DON'T BUY A CHEAP FACTORY BUGGY now sold almost exclusively by all Machinery Dealers
and Catalogue Houses. BUY THE BEST BUCCV MONEY CAN BUILD, direct from the Maker
at the LOWEST PRICB EVER KNOWN. ORDER TO DAY. DON'T DELAY.
WRITE :-CR OUR FREE BUCCY, CARRIACE AND HARNESS CATALOCUE.
SEARS. ROEBUCK & CO. (Inc.), CHICACO, ILL.
Duluth, Missabe &
Northern Ry. Co.
Lv.. Duluth ...Ar X::JT» l» iu.
1(1:15 a. in.
in.Sii u. in.
10:24 a. m.
11:0-1 n. in.
11:3(1 u. in.
..liV «:or» in
Ar... ..Iron .)miction.. ..Lv 1:1S m.
Ar... AVolf ..hv 1:10 m.
Ar... Virginia ..hvilL»:.V, in.
Ar... Kveletli ..Lv 10:41
1(1:50 n. m.
Ar... Hiwabik ..Lv P- 111.
Ar... Ml. fron ..Lt i2inn P. m.
Ar... Hibtin? ..Lv
The pessimistic comments -of th.e neigh
Jxjrs do not prevent Mr...Quay.from shov
eling away at his snowdrift.—Washington
UK IUH AtAAt
R.R. FORWARD AGO
Funnllurm Dept. 2008 W. Sup, St.
Get OUR priccs on fine couches nnd baby
ctrriages. Though WE say it—we have the
ffoest assortment at the "Head of the Lakes,"
anil our PRICES ARE RIGHT.
cut this ad out and send to ua And it yon
live Eaat of the Rocky ^fountains' we will
send this HIGH-GRADE TOP BUCCY to
and if you find it
j'ou by frcitrnt C- O. D. subject to examination, you can examine it at your freiprlit depot
KQUAL TO AST' $100,00 TOP BUGtiY.y.ou over saw, perfectly satisfactory and the GRAXDKST BARtiAll
KVKK8RES OR HEARD OF, OUR SPECIAL OFFER PRICE $55.00 AND IRE'8BT eharsrei, le«B the
One Dollar sent with
BUILT IN OUR OWN FACTORY IN CHICACO,
on honor from the best material money can buy. While iu
our Free Euggy Catalogue we show, Top Bnffgfles made hy
75 the exfttt
at C45.00 to
6.00 to W0.00.
OUR ACME QUEEN AT $55.00 is the most
wonderful value ever offered, THK LOWEST PRICK KVKII
QUOTED ON THE BEST BUGUY THAT CAN BE BUILT. We maintain
our own five story buggy factory for the Bole
purpose of building and selling a BETTER Briifiv
TIIAN WE CAN BUY ELSEWHERE and to SAVE Ol'U
CUSTOMERS HANUFACTUKKR'E PROFIT.
Every Bugsy We Make 19 Guaranteed
Five Years and They Will out wear Five
Ordinary Factory Rigs.
THE MATERIAL AND 1AI0R IN OUR ACME QUEEN
cost more than double that in the ordinary factory
buggy. We use a S2.&0- cushion cloth, »oino use
00 cent we use
a 81.50 head lining, some use
we usoiS cent leather, some use 0 cent weuge8.50
varnishes, some use 75cent and 81.00. WE
PAY ALMOST DOUBLE the price most makers
pay for Wkctlt, Ailfs. Springs, Dolus and Soeketn,
THE ACME QUEEN webuiklin narrow or wide track, cloth or leather trimmed, end springs, bullod
sr quarter top, solid panel back, springs in backvleather covered Bon» and uls. Rubber Steps, Velvet Carpet,
21x54 inches, No. 1 Sarven's patent screwed rim wheels, ininled In 1C ants, body black, gear dark green with-
eta and description may
quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an
invention is probably patentable. Communion
tionsstrictiyconfldential Handbook on Patents
sent free. Oldest acency for secarimrpatents.
Daily except Sunday. J. B. HANSON,
General I'assenger A(?ent.
Patents taken through Kunn^A Oo^receiva
specinl notice, without charpe, in the
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MINNEAPOLIS ST. RAUL
St. Paul & Duluth E. R.
Time table off Trains leaving
and arriving at Duluth.
n«n Day Expresn, except
Sunday— St. Paul,
Mill Minneapolis, Stillwat
er, IVInono, IjaCroBne.
Chicago, Ontalia, St.
1''USI ljliiured, Quiiy
93 1)111 —St. Paul, Minneap- I Ov ||III
il"1 oliH, Stillwater, Mil-1*.
wankee, Chicago. St.
San f'ritiicincu. n.»» x. A-,
11:15 ptS'sSrw 8:3# am
nona, Dubu()uc, Dea
KIoKiiiit. chair cars on all dnjy trains. .•
Sleepers on niRlit train roadv for occupancy
Dnlutli Union depot at» p. m.
^Tickets sold to nil points in United States,
Mexico and Canada. Sleeping bortlis reserved oa
ItasgaRe checked from resideneo.
Steamship tickets to hurnpe.
Ticket ofilces at Duliith, 3«2 WeBt Superior,
street, X'rovldeiK'o buildinp: aiul Union depot.
E. A. WHITAKKIl, General Agents VtH
C, E. STONE, Gen'l Pass'r Ag't,
St. Paul, Minn
WINNIPEG, Andltht Cast.
BUTTE, SLEEPING. CAH&/'I
TAOOMA, ELEGANT 1
SEATTLE, DINING CATTS.9 I
PORTLANr. SLEEPING CAIU9,.,.
J1DLUT1I TtMK SCllKDULB Al
LEAVE, west bound..... .„......1:00 p. m. dull)
AltHIVE.. 6:00 P. m. dully
........'.7:16 p. in. dully
urn Hi a. m. uwu
.jUAVIi, east.bound 4:00 p.'in. dally
AHHIVE. I.:....... ....:.U:16 a...m, dally
Throiwh tickets to Japan,
and China v(a Tato
mn and Northern Pacific Steamship Co.
For information, time cards, maps and ilckets
call on or write. It. A. EVA, Gen'I-Afft.,
428 West Superior Sjb,
CHAS. S. FEE, G. 1. A., f.h'i
Ona nnllflTt aont wif.Yi rtfrinr.
AND ALL POINTS EAST
PULLMAN PALACE SLEEPING CARS. DIN
ING CARS, DINING CAR SERVICE, IIEST
IN THE NORTHWEST. MEALS
SEltViOl) A-LA-CAIU'E. \«V
For rates or other information, call on or ad-,
W. M. STEI'IIEN'ON,
4:i(l West Superior St.. Duintli, Minni
INQUIRE ABOUT THE
SERVICE AND RATES
FENEO DY J-
DULUTH, SOUTH ^15
A FAST LIMITED TRAIN1
PERFECTLY EQUIPPED WITH
AND DINING OARS
RUNNING OVER A SMOOTH ROADWAY
KINO OIRECT CONNECTIQN3
POINTS 'LAOT. "SMK
T. H. LARKE. COMMERCIAL AGENT, A
"420 SPALDIHO HOTrL CLOCK,"'
-v.. ..» DULUTH,