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Pierre Weekly Free Press.
It) S. IMOWICLL.
TIIIi'. !•.!:ivi.i ritin: i'iti:ss,
£Urbt ci'UHrTi'n'r ji summary nl tin
news ol the week. hct!i t'oreiL'n iiml Mml
puh '.|u'd every Thursday. pest itre paid to
htis tiddreS'-' ioV Hiu- yt'iir. $!..r»ii si.\ nionths,
Vincents: time months. 10 eents. When snl
peript'on is in nrrt-M's e.ne year or over il will
Ve vharired itt tin-1 ili' or $•.' per year.
Advertisiiur ritte-. made known on :ij»pli"t.
f.'-.in. pithe'* 'I- •••"r" i: !tv letter.
I'tetlM'S-N TI'S.
77,, ir..r,V'.v Free !'r ss is tin nhle.il
(an! .! .-'nm '/vyirt/ii pnhlistieil
at Die iluli' en/iiinl. mill eun i/um'mifn
ftiDi/ tUmh'f lh fin '/'iili'iii mill »IIn
pilhU'eillioli tssiii il./l'tiltl Vte ere. /h siih
Its liti'iji' Illicit i'iI'l'iiliif i"u il l'i ne/n
erinj po.i'iijiiri i/i Sunlit b'll iiln Dirmn./h
one of iii'ii'' tiinl In tiutn.tf
pillllts hi erel'i/ sltih. lit Dtr llllltill.
•rerlisers, hull) li.'i til mill tint* rut.
i/ii.slnl il"h lln'-r /'"•*s in /'''fin:/
11n ir litisitie.-x. 'l'i: urniil iimin ssiwi/
confusion ti:fl i1' iimil '•iiiiinniiii
enlintis
SIIUNII'
hi
I'IM
If il
IN
Hit' lutih r-
sii/iH'il, pii!-!i.- r. mut imt Dn I'm
I'm* Fret i'i., hi' in nail nihil'
lll'lil II' I'. S. li. hi. II
.-'•Usher.
AS S« ttf. AS IM'I'i:
Oii« 1 r.io-i in1 I'd im-n of llii'iipf.
Plul Animur. of the Rivalcst -ys
toin of pnckin^ 111i!~i•in 1 )ic u'orM.
not ioiifi if!» rcni:irl follow-:
"I'lon't' i- ilcsliuril to lii'pomi' tlx- next
jrvivit city up t!ii' M----oiiri."
'J'hi'i'i' :r.'r sevi-ral ('itii's aloi
till! jT|v:lt Ill illy lesser ones,
In',!, slill of coiir-iiliTatili' coiisciincr.iM'.
yd ^li'.Ani.o,.v in lii-ren::u rcfiTi'iMl in
tb.' fornn i- i'!:iss. 'I'iie only really {treat
oitios thus far that have gained a va-l
lead in conmurcia! iniportaiice are
Kansas City. Omaha and Sioux City, and
Air. Armour nuis'. have ni"ant to class
i'ic.rnMiltiiuali.-ly with these and none
others.
f,ef- seel 1 Mr. Arnionr intere.-ted
in Pier!'.''/ *Ve I'.i iu ve not. Tin rec­
ords of Hii-lscs con]
1
any other ad
joining county will -how that In: has
never invented a cent in realty or other
wise jiossiliiy not in the entire state.
Tln'refuiv we must Conclude that his ru
in.-irk' above ij'mted was not made
tiiroup li any irtere .ted iiintive. In this
Case it becomes an n::]ireju Heed view o"
what, in his judftmeut. will trend to
build up a city: r:ithT what ci.iiidition
will eventually sjalli'T together ami aid
and as-'-', in what ii..s happened in tin.'
^ijibc,il'iiii:i of t.hv other ftreat citie.
Jel'tvd to
l'c-
i, ^Ir. .\r ii. '. r's jiid^niei'it should
j!:.'.-ti :a •!, !-,i- that same j'ld^
i- ve -i::-.
n-.jl in
iji-'iit has
As v^'e beii.ie. st '.'
:il tiiO tile .',i-:a! oi
sysiem of p:'.i k,r. 4
to l.c one of the
successful business
and nvist
alien of this feneration, if not iu the his
tory of the wul'.i'i. Ills prediction is well
.and t'.ii- FuKK l'U!•:.«« believes now
:'iorj liriidv Iia.n
day ll lit/".
'inn i!io time is
i.-r did, hat it will
to the Utter, and
.-:() very far distant.
-Mr. Armour is
i:bably the lal'Uest
eases i,i the world,
'l in.: tliessial meat that ci-ines lrom his
company is shipped to every section of
the globe and consumed by the hungry
millions. And he depends in a great
measure for the material for this busi
ness on the great ranges of the west,
where many thousand head of cattle
roam and fatten each year, ami from
where they are shipped and sold to him.
From no other quarter does he depend
more, perhaps, for these supplies than
upon the vast ranges of the western por
tions of the two Daiiotas, Wyoming and
Montana.
Now to follow up this theory into ac
tive practice, with the expressed faith of
Mr. Armour as above stated in the fu
ture of Pierre, does it seem likely that
he will forbear turning his attention this
way again when his prophecy is about
of active fulfillment?
We will consider that the Midland Pa
cific road will some day be completed,
und will then form a continuous line
from New Orleans, as an extension of
the Illinois Central, via Chicago to the
J'acilic coa.-t, penetrating all these rich
cattle ranges that lie directly west of
Pierre. Other roads, also, will junction
and diverge from here. In this ease
these fattened cattle could lie shipped or
driven to Pierre with scarcely the loss
of a pound of llcsh, and in the packing
houses hero could be turned into beef
and shipped to every land at an im
mense profit over the plan of the pres
ent, of loading them on cars and landing
them iu the eastern marts almost a
shadow of their former selves.
All this is most probable. Yes, it is
more than probable, stripped of all
hopeful coloiing. The FICEE PISESS be
lieves that Pierre is destined to become
one of the greatest beef packing centers
in the coun'ry, as the three great cities
down the stream, Kansas City, Omaha
and Sioux City, arc now striving to be
come. We stand directly in the way of
it. Here the conditions exist and they
will be made use of as sure as fate.
The only tariff legislation the demo
cratic majority in congress litis attempt
ed this year is the placing of wool on the
frje list. To show the western farmer
how this would operate to his interests,
and piove the democratic party in its
free trade theories an onemy to the ag
ricultural class-s, we have only to quoto
the following from Congressman M. N.
Johnson, of North Dakota: "For 350
tuiles between, the district I represent
and Manitoba there is only an imagin
ary line indicated by iron monuments at
every mile. Now last year we sold our
wool on'the south side of that line for
from to 11 cunts a pouml more than
tlicv did on thonortli side of that line.
Votinccd not tell the. farmers of North
Dakota that the tarill'did not make that
diU'erence. 1 have a .statement from our
consul at Hamilton, in Canada, written
a nionlli apo, showing the same condi
tion thing's prevails there ou the line
between the pro\ inoeof Ontario and the
state of New York a« with u.-."
Another roiien insurance company
has been turned down by the state aud
ita!'. I!•'lias refused the Alliance llail
association, oiliccivd by Alonzo War
dall, II, 1, 1,1'iick-, S. 1 ('.niley, et al, a
cerlilicate i,f authority to do business,
and for ftood cause. The statement
show-- that t!ie proceeds derived from
polieiesjias mostly irnuclo
1
ii sala­
ries and expenses to everyone connected
wil it. liile in the payment of losses
the fji'os.-i st ami most outlandish dis
er niiiiatioii has been prat
iced. Auditor
1 a\ lor dishes up the factin iin:i:!»ivei'
ab!e style. Now look for a howl from
independent barker-.
One of the most comprehensive and
intelligent notices the two Dakotas have
e\er received is contained in sonic thir
teen panes of the current number of
Harper's Magazine, from the pen of the
noted writer, Julian K: .|i. Mr. Ralph
visiud our city recently, beiiift then on
a trip to every section of the two states
and Ins ob-crvatioiis, while coining from
personal inspection, do us justice.
Harper's is one of the most widely read
magazines in the world and its tccount
of the Dakotas will undoubtedly do
much to place '.lie two states ii: their
true 1 ijrht before the public.
I here are two ollieial positions in the
stale that could be given to the slate
capital with good advantage to the peo­
ple, and they are attorney general and
lieutenant governor. In the former an
attorney competent to lill the position
cannot all'ord to leave his practice else
whercand move to the capital for the
paltry salary of si,(lull per year. In the
latter, while there is no particular sal
ary attached, the ollieial should always
be at hand to act as chief c.xecutiye
when the governor is called aw:'y from
the state, as is ipiitc often the case.
Col. 1.. 1). Lyon, editor of the Water
town Public Opinion, is getting some
pretty strong endorsements for the nom
ination o! state auditor among the news­
paper fellows There stems to be till
tin written law that this oilice should go
to a newspaper mail, and in searching
around among the fraternity the Fiti- i:
PlJlCss can think of no one who would
be better iptalilied than Col. Lyon, and
tlieretofc attaches itself to his person—
red hair and all.
J'ein 'Ci'atic oi'^ans are tilteniptini to
slew the national issues aside this year
and ii-uKe prohibition the c:ief bone of
contention ainoti^ the voters tif the state.
Such cllorts wil! be wasted, as all local
issues in every state will have to go into
the side show business.
(ur
Senator Kyle is making himself
known in congress, but it is the kind of
notoriety that a clown gets iu a circus.
His bill for a "composite dollar" is an
other evidence that the reverend gentle
man is lacking in some of the great es
sentials of "boss sense."
The South Dakota independent lead
ers seem to be hatching out a more than
usual brood of corporation and insur
ance schemes. Possibly they foresee
the downfall of their greatness and tire
feathering their nests as well as they
can.
Hall Kales |u Omaliii.
On account of theGencral Conference of
the Methodist Kpiscopel church, to be
held ai Omaha, Nell.,diirinn the month of
May, the Chicttiroand Northwestern Kail
way company will, from April 2H to.")(). in
clusive, sell excursion tickets lrom all sta
tions 011 its line tit one-half regular rates
'one fare fur the round trip,1 and from
stations within a radius of '-'on miles from
Omaha will sell tickets at one and one
third ftire for the round trip,
on the following additional dales: May "J,
•I. T, 11, 1-1, is, '.'1, :.'"i, :.'.S and 30. l'ot tickets
and further information apply to agents
Chicago ai.d Northwestern Railway com
pany.
A Leader.
Since its introduction Electric Kilters
has gained rapidly iu popular favor until
now it is clearly in the lead among pure
medicinal tonics and alteratives—con
taining untiling which permits its use as
a beverage or intoxicant, it is recognized
as the best, and purest medicine for all
ailments of the stomach, liver or kidneys.
Il will cure sick headache, indigestion,
constipation and drive malaria from the
system. Salisaction guaranteed with
eacli bottle or the money will be refunded,
l'rice only 50 c. per bottle. Sold byJd. J.
Schubert.
Hall' Hales to Ymiktoii.
On account of the democratic state con
vention, the Chicago and Northwestern
Hallway company will sell excursion tick
ets from all stations iu South Dakota to
Yankton and return at half rates—one
fare for the round trip. Tickets on sale
May 23, 24 and 25, and good for return un
til May 2S. For tickets and full Informa
tion apply to agents Chicago and North
western railway.
AgentM Wanted.
We want first-class salesmen to handle
our lubricating oils and grease as a side
line. COLUMBIA OIL & GREASE Co.,
#5*v*r« 7
vM
1 ,V..
wm~
A
*vj
A Jury |:i|i*r 111\*»»iintr against iii«- '"nipMiiy
Kinrlish temperance movement, said. "We
ron^ratulat"- uiirsolvrs tlial sn far we
kin»\v, bm iwu haVir siuMici! in»
pledae this winter, 'i'liauk heaven none
of the res! have bowel the knee
Dyspepsia.
troubled with Dyspepsia, and at i-'m"foA'iiu*i'rii^
times suffers very much after eatintr.
quently says to me when I am going
to town, 'We are out
PATRONIZE HOME!
Do Xol Sent? Your Work Out of the
City hut Send it to the
Locke
Steam
Laundry,
You SHOULD KNOV/
A FACT.
THAT TAIR^B/VN
op
'iV~
V^v'.
:l ..*•—i
V/HICWHAS
-?rt'
TEMPERANCE TALK.
.Mailer Wliieli is ICiUictl (lie Pierre
W r. T. I
"No member shall lie permitted todriak
the white man ^ro^" is the pertinent
regulation of a neuly formeil Zulu ehur.-h
in Africa.
he two causes which are ereilj led with
awakening tin. Ceraian people to the ne
cessity of the temperance reform are tir-
the conviction that beerdrinking is we il- I.IIMIS mi sioeUs
ening the moral and physical •]ti i]i|jes of c"].later.-il scciu-i y. st.t. s.-iu-duic
tiie nation, and
ii in ti the lie
Siatistics show
about a ijnarier of InT productive energy
to the liquor irallie. and thai the"denunid
•eeond. the necessity of Stocks and linmls m-: cii liy the cuni
material into bread. o'1' f1'11"'!"1'' I.ns2,s'm
|M.ite tells due 1 rum mm-resident
that tierntany devotes stdck-heldeis ms
\nr ln-a.| ran only lu* n»cl hy \lie denial uf Oi]»!tiii Mo«k uciu.illy
IhM'F.
and iu prorr^f of ailjut'mrnt.
There is a gentle
man at Malden-oti
the-Hudson, N. Y.,
named Captain A. G. Pareis, who
lias written us a lette.r in which it
is evident that he has made up his
mind concerning some tilings, and
this is what lie .says:
"I have used your preparation
called August Flower in my family
for seven or eight years. It is con-1 T.itai expenditures
stautly iu my house, and we consider
it the best remcdv for Indigestion,
ami Constipation we
Indigestion. hi
1
Constipation of Au«nist Flower I
«i»-.ve«r imm
•»-•*, Amount oi nks
1 lie August Mower, however, re- «»xpirt».i
lieves the difficulty. My wife fre-
LU
If heVC 3 OH C(()} Oct CIS (iOfd Scrvlvc I re mi 44. -V
«.s Elsewhere. Ue Have. Competent i"liffi, ,f,!o'towner
Jfetp and Ever Apptiunee /'or Du
nn./ Fimt-chm Work at the' Lowest
Ji'nles.
AOE 'B
NEW HAVEN. CONN..
A.NNI AIJ STATEMENT.
For tin- Veui- Kiitllii^ Uecciiibcr :i 1, A.
18!)1,
,of the couilition umliitlulrs of tlie IIAHTFOHD
1-iitK INSDIIAKCB COMPANY of Hart lord, orguu
i/.L'il tmdiir tho lnw« of ilie Stnte or Cotmccticut,
ii'uuc to the auditor of the state of South Dttko
tu. In pursnance of the lnws of sttid stuto.
President, Goo. L. Chase.
Secretary, p. C. ltoycc.
Acsistaiit secrotaries, Tlios. Trumbull and
Chns. E. Clinse.
Prlneipu! oilice, Hartford, Connecticut.
AS0lthe6Hk°t
Cleveland, Ohio.
Children Cry for Pitcher'sjCastorla.
Scrvlcc of Procc8s 111
the State of
First circuit. John M. King, Yankton.
Second circuit, Wm. U. Holt, Sioux Falls.
Third circuit. Chas. B. Daniels, Watertown.
Fourth circuit. A. B. Hager, Mitchell.
Fifth circuit, Chas. E. Heed,
Aberdeen.
Sixth circuit,
T. W. Pratt, Pierre.
Seventh circuit, Jno. D. Lake, Rapid City.
Eighth circuit, L. C. Miller, Deadwood.
Organized or incorporated Hay, 1810 com
& Co.
CHICAGO MAKE /\SQAP
}s O L/aval.
STAND^RD QUALITY RXV(IR
Total as?ts
IU. I.I A III I.ITL
'i-5 in
n"lr ainouiit «»r v»t unpahl
anil iu prorr^f of
Amount ul' losses r.-Mstcil l»v tlit*
»ihiT«'.\istii,i
tl
Ani'Min*
ajf-'iifs
Amount, of jku to iiiront^
Amount of suiarU's to otlirorH
mul employes
Ainoum paid fornixes nnd fovs lo
iiiHirisiH.'e
Amount paid for pnntiiiir :tui a«lv«-r
is in jr ii an a ix
ponso
...§ •..«.
LR!
and I think vou had
I
better get another bottle.' I am also 'N(:
troubled with Indigestion, and when- risks written .. .'!r?.".'.!'ms
t:.-, imi on
}'""r
'8
M'""
insurance 13,1W,I*H
v.
Total deduction 'Ji'.V.O.l.V) im
r"rfL'
KHII-ANV S PTATESIKST IIK I:CSISI:S? TI!ASSACT-
E"
STATI: OK SUNN HAKOTA TU U-
T"l: V'AI'ls'"-
ever I am, I take one or t\vo tea- SSSK SfJs'iliS'.o
spoonluls before eating, for a day or
n,,
t,K'audii«r»f
two, and all trouble is removed." ^'.ViVri',E.l's.
-y^yriJ
HT
ii S
0
a
-Ji
ii
inenceil business AuiriM, isle.
I. CAPITA I..
Almimit III' nipitiil Muck :ietn:illv pniil
in cash i,','.Vmmi
II. I'IKil'iam OK ASSKTS OI TUK O.MI'AXY.
t'asli v-iltic* i,I re i) esl.'ite invniil liv
1 lie eiiliipnny 7r, oij
sis 11 in ullit
C.-isli (ill Ilcpnsil.si c-cheilllle -A", "1
Aii iiuuis mil nver lluei: moiithseiil)
iluc I'miii ni:cnts ,1i i.(|s:. :ts
Kcnis in,l jici'i'iieil interest si
I.e.-ins en innrlL-iiKc* lu-inir tin' tirst
lien rent estate worth MI Ic.-.st
il' iible the line.nut IOMIICII theieen
fee schi-ib])-1 I i" "n*1 (VV) Oft
iI|
|„,
ni
|u.j,
no
0
0
IKII.'.W IJ'.I
T,R..,.l".VNR,!P'1
I"''.'".'1'
inns on (nitstainliii^' risks
{.South Dakota MJIMHML ID PER
ei-nt
1
io 7-.J
no: iiii'ltjiioil
in fiunmission- and l»j*ok-
(HI
Total Jiali'litii* &1.1'.>0,707 :r.
IN(*oli:o|-Till: COMPANY TIIK YIAU
amount oi cth prftnium rc
(•(•ipis. not incliMinjr prnniums
in IkuhU «»}'•ijfont-ir In rouix* uf
transinisioij il
IU'iltn r. tit in ptt'iu in :m] ri'in
nrai»rc $.*.v5..v.»r
'I'otai premium.*: for y«-:u- jCjij
uv
\,..
W LIOU' .T.JOUTIL I»L' INTI'N.'M RT'CFIPT
Iftn all i*' in
K't'ffjpts fro::i rent-.
II:MHI
1.7:1*.' *»r»
Total ri-ci'jjits 1-1
I:.\iT.NiinrOK TMI: COMPANY
TIN: VI- A II MM.
:t|ll"UTtf of 'os.M"": i-jiM
mut t«f ilivi.U nii.
Ani'mii1 u! «:•-niMilsto
VI. HLSKS.
!n"nl
Ve evt UQ( or ,,r«
sl
•VW.T'W Ii'
j:
r.T.-.-ji
$ .W.-UKJ.TUTI
'""ouiji «»r n-k- written
U..LU or since pre.eiiinu- -t:itenir-Mt "1mi
known. My wife is Tniai risks
ON
OJ
n». sr
1,181,T-Si no
state
Whole nmomit ei iosses paid iltir
injr tin- year
Number of ujrent^ tMiinlovcd in
the Ht: te. 8i.
k,C"and
&JS OS
and each is a full, true and correct schedule
and statement of the several matters purport
im to be covered by said schedules, or uiiv or
either of them, to tbe best of their knowledge
1111.1 'Ml...4 41... ™..S.1 __
U-": s""l i"?"r""cc c!"n",u'J-"
of at lenst one hundred
thousand dolhirs of actual cash capital, invest
oU in state mid I'nited States stock-! ami bunds,
or in bonds tttid liiorttMires of real estate tiniii
onmi'cri'il, and worth double the amount for
wliklt the saute is mortCHtred. and thut tlicv
are the above deserihed ollicers of said insur
ance company, GEO L. ('(I ASH, PreFldeiit.
I'. C. KOVCE, .Secretary,
oiibscnbed and sworn to before me tlilf lilst
day of January. I8i«. M. ». SCOTT.
Notary Public,
State of South Dakota, Auditor's onicc—Iueur
anee Department.
I. L.C. Taylor, auditor of the stnte of South
Dakota, do hereby certify tlmt the above is a
true eopv of the original statement now on lile
at this ofHoe.
Ill witncf* whereof I have hereunto set mv
hand and allixed the noal of this oiliee at Pierre.
thislStii day of February. isu.
SKAL. lJ. C. TAVI.OJI, Auditor.
The state of South Dakota, ofllee of state audi
tor—Department of Insurance-Company's
certitleate of authority.
Whereas, the Hartford Fire fnsuranco com
pauy a corporation organized under the law*?
of Connue'ic Jt, hus filed in this oilice a sworn
bintemcnt exhibiting its condition and buidnees
tor t!*e year ending December .11, INttl, conform
able »o tho rcquiruiaents of the laws of this
statoreguhuing' the business of insurance.
W herons, the said comp»ny has hied iu thl^
oilice duly certhled copy of its charter, with
certincatfi of organization. ii» compliance with
the requirements of the ineuranco law afore
Hoid.
Whereas, it is necessary to publish this certifi
cate and the statement herewith, prior to May
1st, 18U2, therefore this stateuieut it? issued to
the company named herein to enable it to com
plete publication according to law, if euch pub
lication is made prior to May lnt, 1892, this cer
tillcato sball be in full force nnd effect, other
wise it Is null and void.
Now therefore, I, L. 0. Taylor, auditor of tho
state of South Dakota, pursuant to the provis
ions of said law*, do hereby certify that the
above named oompauv if fully empowered
through its authorized agents to transact Its
appropriate business of Are Insurance iu this
state, according to laws thereof, until theSlet
day of December, A. D. 3892.
In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set
my hand and seal at Pierret this 16th day of
February, A. D. 1893. C. TAYLOR.
jC v.'«- 5%--«.
.v.^v^^ngto^y
t*&
*i 11.1 to M-ud for -u in I omit', scciiri* tIt i
iL'cm-y, IIIKI iiei Hielu lor you.
WTAKE NO StritSTITI-TK. .a*
RMM
8,077 'J
titU7
VUI. COMPANV'S STATEMENT OF I.O.SSKS,
Whole amount of losses remain
lap unpaid at dale of this state
I
61
State of Connect.rut, ('oumy of Hartford, ss.
«c». L.Chase, president, and P. C. Koyce,
secretary of the Hai tford Fire Insurance com
pany. of Hartford, (ionn., beinjr duly sworn (le
pnse and nay that the foregoing' Is a full, true
and correct st.itcnient of the affairs of s-hl
company that they have examined the forego*
injr schedules, respectfully det*ijjuated as relied
tiles "li,"
FOB
WHY IS THE
W. L. DOUGLAS
PNmuo
THEB?STSHO!
w?l
®RELDSB'TOEIIONH?
8«ttinleja stioo, with tucks or wax thread
to hurt tho feet made of the best flue calf, stylish
ami easy, and becauae ire make wrc vhues of (hin
urade llian any other manufacturer, it etiuals hand
shoefl costing from fcl.ou to $.VU0.
S5
"eiMli» _'liind-»e\ved, the finest calf
shoo ever oflVrtMl for equaln French
imported sliues which eost from $S.\M»to
A4& i, M'!»d-Se\ved \Vrlt Shoe, fine ealf,
m. 8tUsl1*
comfortable ami durable. The best
shoe e\or offered at tills price game Kradc a« cus
costhiK from $f».U0 to $9.U).
Farmer*, Railroad Men
ttUtl
•*!)." that thesanie are
Letter Carriers all weurthem llueealf.
•I'jitnloRs, smooth Inside, heavy three soles, exten
sion edue. Oue pair will wear a year.
IRS 30 fine ealfj no better shoe ever offered at
this price oue trial will couviuce those
%\how ant a shoe for comfort and service.
VVorkiiitfiriuiiN shoes
A!ia durable. Those who
na\e ghen theni a trial will wear no other make.
JSAVfi' nnd 81.75 school shoes are
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worn by the boys everywhere they
sell
tlieTr merits, as the increasing sides show.
LdniPfi vr""i Han«l-Hew€Ml slioe. best
Dongola, very Htyllsli equals French
imported shoes costing from gl.iw to
tf.JSO. Sg.OO nnd 81.73 nhoe for
the
Llesl 0,ne Stylish and durable,
iiiuioii.—See that M, L. Douglas' name and
price are stamped on the bottom of each shoe.
L. DOUULAS, Urockton, Masf-
SALIC HY
"CAPITAL CITY SHOE STORE"
CHICAGO,
MILWAUKEE &
ST. PAUL R'Y
With its 0,100 miles of thoroughly
equipped rotui reacites all
principal points in
Northern Illinois, Wisconsin,
Auditor.
Iowa, Minnesota, South Dakota, North
Dakota and Northern
Michigan.
THE ONLY LINE
Running Electric Lighted and Steam
Heated Vestibuled Trains.
All Coupon Ticket Agents in the United
States and Canada sell tickets via the
Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul R'y.
CEO.H. HEAFFORD,
Pass. Agent, Chicago, III
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But there is only one expression with people
who go to J. D. Hilger & Co's, to trade,
and that is one of Satisfaction.
Ouv iicw Spring Stock of troods li is now arrived
uil is on display. It comprises tin* latest novel,
tie* oi the hast and is sold at the lowest living
margin. Ue can snit you all-rich man, poor
man. lean man.-fat man. tall man. short man.
ALDERMAN. ^'J^ '-an In* fitted to their eyes".
body's and purse's satisfaction. We
Imve the Lroods to sell—you wish to sjiruce up^
(ome in and let us show you how easy it is done.
ou never knew how well you were formed and
you never were so well satisfied with yourself
and the world around you until you yet that par
ticular suit at our store, that looks as if it was
molded over you. Of course there is a vast dif
ference in store clothes. Some houses cut. their
garments 1 lie same as they did ten years ayo.
Tor yoods of that .make we have no room. Our
Clothes are all tailor-made: they are the product
of that celebrated merchant tailoring firm. Sell
loss
Uros. A: Co.. Baltimore. Md.. who are acknowl
I edged lor years as leaders in fashionable men's
wear. Our prices are moderate we sell good
mens wear-resisting suits lrom s.t fid up to sio.
Our strong- line is in nobby business suits from
I
t° of tile latest patterns and shades in
market. Our Cutaway frocksand I'rince Albert
suits in corkscrew, fancy and Clay worsted are
a la mode with the upper swelldom of large cit
ies and everybody that dresses well. Our chil
dren's and boys' department was never better
stocked. Of these and our hat and furnishing
goods we shall talk to you later, as space does
not permit us to give the new styles and bargains.
I Come in early before the assortment is broken.
Axk mv nufiits Tor \V. I,. Iloiiulu- Shoes
,ll il1
your ptiui- iifk snur
matchmaker
A E IN O iS
—-liKAI.KIt IN
atflu's, Clocks, Jewnlry, Silverware,
Spectiicles Optical (iootis, Field
Glasses, Ktc.
Watches and Jewelry Neatly Repaired.
PIKRRE STltEKT.
ft ,*f»7
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jeweler.
Corner Drug Store'
XIOW 1J15ICK l'.LOCK,
Corner Dakota Aye, and Cotean SL
Where may bi* found 1'ure Drum'. Medicines
and Chcmicals, till Stimdard I'm ent Mcdlclnee,
IVrfumery, Soups. Brtii'lief.Oomb!.Su|portcn,
SlumUler Unices, Trusses. Etc.: Kuncy nnd Toi
let articles, ('tears. Glass, l'uiuts. Putty, Var
nlt-lies, Linseed Oil. (iiisoliiic nnd Coal Oil, Dyo
St uITr!. Kendy mixed l'uints' iu nil colore.
Puiiit nnd Knlsnmine brushes. Artists Supplies.
Toys. Express W«|ron«, Carts, Sleisrbs. etc,
Aifent for tbe Household. New Home, Sinirer,
Hartford. White und Domestic
Sewing Machines
and Sewiuif Machine repuirs. Pliysluians Pre
scription,. and Family Medicines carefully
compounded. Only Pure Drturs used and stUU
tactlon guaranteed. Everybody Invlt.d to
(five us trial and it will nay you.
Respectfully,
M.J. Schubert.
CITY DRAY LINE:
Moving safes, buildings and all heavy
work a specialty. The only upholstered,
dray in the city. All orders receive at-.j
tention at once and safety of movables'
guaranteed in all cases.
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