The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa on February 17, 1892 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, February 17, 1892
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THE REPUBLICAN, ALGONA, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1892, and DEHME of TB&fflS. CHICAGO. MILWAUKEE AND ST. PAUL, OOTKO WEST. No. t passenger 6 :<>2 » m No. 3 passenger , 4: ,«.Pm No. ofreight , 7 , :1 , 5K o™ No. 13 way freight lf.45 am Ko. 5 freight 8 :li P m OOtNO RABT. No. 2 passenger 10:24 a m No. 4 passenger ,j?'?? p " «sro. 10 way freight 12 sir, H. m *o. 14 freight.. 2:55 P m Wo. s freight tosoSpm Chicago & Northwestern H'y. GOING NORTH AND WEST. -wight accommodation s :is a m Chicago Mall and Express 3 :34 p m GOING SOUTH AND KA9T. Freight accommodation « :07 p m Chicago Mail and Express 2 i3i p m Ohicago passenger reaches Des Moines at T n. m.. Chicago 0 :50 a. m., and Kansas City 9 :3n a. m. Tickets for sale to nil points In the Jutted States and Canada. PROFESSIONAL & BUSIHESS DIRECTORY, It. .1. DANSON. W. C. DAMSON. DANSONBROS., ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Office over Frank Bros. Algona, Iowa. E, V, SWETTING. ATTORNEY AT LAW, Money to loan. Algona, Iowa. ALGONA REPUBLICAN ALGONA, IOWA, FEB. 17,1892. K08STJTH COUNTY MARKETS. ALGONA MARKETS. Oats SI Eggs 1.6 Cattle.$0.00 @ $0.00 Wheat 70 Flax 75 Corn 22 Butter 20 Hogs 4.25 Barley 28 Timothy 85 W. B. QUARTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Ollice over Kossuth Co. Bank. Algona, Iowa. GEO. E. CVLARKE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Office over 1st National Bank, Algona, Iowa. ,S. S. SESSIONS. ATTORNEY AT LAW, Loans and Insurance. Special attention given to collections of all kinds. Office over Chrischilles'store. Algona, Iowa. JAS. BARR, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, OIHcc at residence. Aigona, Iowa. L. K. GARFIELOTM. D, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, OBice on State street, Algona, Iowa. Of H CLVBBINO LIST. The REPUBLICAN and any one of the journals named below will be sent to any address for one year at the following reduced rates: NEWSPAPERS. lies Molnes Register ?2 oo Towa Capital a no Semi Weekly Des Moines News 2.2J5 Sioux Cltv Journal 2 15 Keolnik ftate City 230 Marshnlltown Times-ttepubllcan 2 OB Omaha Bee -J 35 Chicago Journal 2 30 Chicago Inter-Ocean 2 2T> National Tribune 240 Dubuqne Times.., 195 New York Press 200 Toledo Blade 240 MAGAZINES AND HOME JOURNALS. Harper's Weekly 475 Bazar 4 75 " Magazine 455 " Young People 3 05 Oodey's Lady's Book 3 05 Demcirest's Magazine 305 Llnplncott's Magazine 4 05 Scientific American 405 American Economist 2 55 Home Market Bulletin 175 Housekeeper 215 Housekeepers Weekly 225 Frank Leslies Illustrated Monthly 280 Hovlew or Reviews 325 The Century 5 oo Toilettes 250 FARM AND STOCK JOURNALS Towa Homestead 2 40 Prairie Farmer 225 The American Farmer 1 70 Western Knral 2M Orange Judil Fanner 225 The Breeder's Guide and Practical Farmer 1 75 Hural Life . 225 GERMAN AND SCANDINAVIAN PUBLICATIONS Amerika 240 Svenska Iribunen 335 Iowa Staats Ksltuns 2 55 Svltltintl with premium 255 Skandinaven with premium 305 TEACHERS JOURNALS Teachers World 1 no The Educator 175 Iowa Normal Monthly ~ 25 Educational Gazette 200 These rates are given for a limited period and will be subject to revision from time to time. Subscribe now. ALGONA, IOWA. G. T. WEST, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Office at residence. Algona, Iowa, LOCAL NEWS AND NOTES. ('HAS. II. McCORMACK, ECLECTIC PHYSICIAN, »;tiarantees to euro Catarrh. OtVico with L. M. U. Smith, over Howard's hardware, Algona. DR. L. A. SHEETZ, DRUGGIST AND STATIONER, Prescriptions tilled. Deals in paints, oils, books, perfumeries, etc. Cor. State and Thorington sis. .-VUjona.Icwa. T. J. FELLING, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Consultation in English and (icrman. Over Goetch's store, WhitU'inore, Iowa. E. E. SAYEHS, 1). V. M., VETERINARY PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, B9~Offlce west of the Thorington House, Algona.Iowa. HOSPITAL Accommodations. DANSOX & HUTCHISON, REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE. Office over Kossuth County B\nk. Also do a loan and insurance business. Algona, Iowa. C. B. MATSON, REAL ESTATE, FARM LOANS AND INSURANCE, Office with Dingley & Motfatt. Algona, Iowa. GEO. C. CALL, REAL ESTATE AND ABSTRACT OFFICE For information m regard to lands In Northwestern Iowa, write to him. Thorington street. Algoua, Iowa. A. D. CLARKE & CO. FARM LOANS. Office on Dodge street, Algona, Iowa, P. L. SLAGLE, Manufacturer of and dealer in Harness and Harness Goods, ALGONA. IOWA. Do you want an auctioneer? D. A. HAGGARD Will cry city and farm property, make collections, etc. All business of a private nature strictly confidential. Ofllce with F. M. Taylor. E. G. BOWYER, DEAL1SB IN WATCHES, CLOCKS AND JEWELRY, All kinds of Silverware. Repairing a specialty. Court sits one week i'rom next Monday. The thermometer went clown to 17 below zero Monday morning- Miss Grace Cameron visited friends at Emmetsburg over .Sunday. Miss Jessamine Ives of Liyermore has been visiting at G. M. Howards. The Normal School Literary Society are to hold a declamatory contest Friday evening. W. B. Quarton left for Des Moines yesterday afternoon to be gone about a week on business. The regular bi-weekly temperance meeting of the W. C. T.U. at the reading room Friday afternoon at \L o'clock. Charles Waldo came down from Minneapolis Saturday morning for a few days visit with old-time Algona friends. W. L. Wolfe, formerly of Algona now of Eoone. Iowa, has been in town for a few weeks past on a visit to his father. We are informed that Geo. Simpkins has traded his farm four miles north of Algona for Geo.Woodworth's store and business in Bancroft. Eugene Tellier attended the state convention of the A. O. U. W. at Council Bluffs last week, as a delegate from the lodge at this place. The twenty-second annual State convention of the Young Men's Christain Associations of Iowa will be held at Iowa City, February 18-21, 1892. Parties who selected lithographs as premiums will please call at the RE- PUHLICAN oflice. The lithographs have been received and are ready for distribution. llevival meetings were closed at the Baptist church Monday evening. We understand that a series of meetings are soon to be commenced at the M. E. church by Rev, Flanigan. Dave Mitchell left yesterday morning forCopeland,Mo., where he will visit a few weeks. Mrs. Mitchell's mother, who has been spending the winter in Copeland, will accompany him home. The Mile. Ohrstrom Opera Company bad a narrow escape through the burning of the Capital City Opera House in Des Moines a week ago last night. The company lost their elegant wardrobes. Major Paine of Des Moines, Brigade Inspector, is^in town and Co. F. will have their annual inspection at the Court House Hall this evening. Everybody who cares to witness the inspection will be welcome. Cal. Meckart of Eagle Grove was in town yesterday. J. S. Gallagher the Wesley farm implement dealer was in towti yesterday. Regular meeting of W. R. C< Thursday evening, Feb. 18. A good attendance is requested. Company F. had a special meeting last night in preparation for the inspection which is to take place this evening. A letter received by \V. C. Danson from Lee Clark at Pasadena,California, reports that his father is still sick and unable to write. On the next page n-e print a cut of our new press. It is capable of a speed of 1500 per hour and will print anything from a visiting card to a newspaper. Forest Stough advertises a clearing sale of heavy footwear. Now is the time and Slough's is the place to buy if you want to buy cheap and save money. Clear Lake Mirror: Rev. Whitfield was the recipient of a beautiful fur coat last week—a token of the esteem in which he is held by the members of his church and friends in this city. Gib Dutton came down from Mankato last Saturday morning. He got into some kind of a misunderstanding with the authorities at Mankato the particulars of which are not forthcoming as he refuses to talk about it. Through the kindness of Geo. Call we have received several copies of the Llano Texas News. From a perusal of the paper we are led to believe that the country around Llano must be experiencing quite a remarkable boom and that real estate values are looming skyward. Mr. Call will remain south until warm weather. Britt Tribune: Johnson Brown returned from a hunting trip in Kossuth where he had been around the jungles and wilds bordering on the plains of Algona hunting Jack rabbits. These little animals love quiet and solitude and there are thousands of them in Algona. Mr. Brown is one of the most celebrated nimrods of this part of the county and of course captured a wagon load in a few hours. Alvin Hodgson who has been LI resident of Kossuth county for a. number of years will sell his stock and farm machinery at public auction tomorrow, February 18th, at his farm near Burt. It is to be a large sale and should be well attended by the farmers. Mr, Hodgson will remove to El Paso, Illinois, where he expects to engage in business. He will retain his farm in Kossuth county and take advantage of the rising values of real estate. Algona Lodge, Knights of'Pythias, has invited the Wesley and Bancroft Lodges to be present at the next regular meeting Friday evening. The boys have a couple of candidates to run through the third degree and they have made arrangements for an oyster supper and other festivities to take place at the close of the meeting. All members of Algona Lodge are urged to turn out and it is hoped that a large number of Knights from Wesley and Bancroft will find it convenient to attend. The Ladies Aid Society of the M* fe church will give a bettn BUppet at the Grange Hall tomorrow evening. See the program elsewhere in the paper. There is a standing offer of 8800 per year by two responsible parties in Algona, for the tease of an opera hall. $300 would bo pretty good interest on the money put into an opera hall. Who will build? The Estherville Republican says that there are several cases of hydrophobia in Estherville. The Republican has discovered that "hydrophobia". being literally interpreted means u fear of water," and advises the parties afflicted to try the bath tub as a cure. The Algona members of the League of American Wheelmen will be interested in knowing that President Dunn of the League has prepared a bill to be' presented to congress providing for a commissioner of public highways. Bicyclers are interested in good roads. Uncle Jimmie Henderson received word last Friday that his pension claim on account of his son John B. Henderson who was killed in the army had been allowed. The amount of the pension has not yet been learned. John B. Henderson was a member of Company F, 2nd Iowa Cavalry. Letters at the post oflice remaining uncalled for are as follows: Monsieur Jeanmongier Auguste, W. T. Brennan, Mrs. D. J. Chase, Mr. Geo. Cappim, A. L. Call, Wm. Cowing, Mr. F. J. Cook, Mr. L. M. Richardson (2), Fred E. Gamble, Fred Gamble, F. E. Gamble Jas. McAllister, Proprietor Le Grande Hotel. Through their attorney Geo. E Clarke, Messers J. B. Jones and Marsh Stephens have secured an injunction restraining Weimer Bros., the pro prietors of the bank,whjch commenced business at Ledyard a few weeks ago MOftfi CO Piece of News for the Farmers Around Algotm, WASHINGTON'S BIRTH DAY, Celebration ami Bean Supper by 0, A, Eve- Hotel and Restaurant. 1. P. HAU, Proprietor. State Street, Algoua. Lodging and weals. Board l>y tUe day or week. Terms f i per day, f&ao per week with furnished room, S2.tx> per week tor day board. V. H. Stough returned to Minneapolis last Saturday by way of Spirit Lake, after closing up one or two good business deals in Algona. He received a good offer for some wild land that he owns m the north part of the county but refused to sell. Britt Tribune: Judge (Quarton was down from Algona Tuesday and took depositions in W. £. Bradford's office in the Gray case, Art Bush doing shorthand act. One Hamilton, a witness in the case is about to move to Dakota, hence these proceedings. The meeting at the Congregational church last Friday evening to commemorate the birth of Abraham Lincoln was well attended. A committee was appointed to draft a constitution for the organisation of a society for the mutual improvement of its members, to which all are eligible. The committee will report at the next meeting, March 4, when some suitable program will be rendered and an opportunity given for any of Algona's citizens, who are interested, to become members of the society. Hon. J. G. Smith came up from Des Moines last Friday and returned Monday afternoon. The Senate and House committees on Normal schools meet in joint session this evening to hear the claims of the various towns that are asking for the location of a State Normal school. Algona will be represented before the committee by Harvey Ingham, W. B. Quarton, and possibly one or two others. Mr. Smith reports that there is good prospect for the establishment of at least three state Normal schools. The need of the schools is generally appreciated and it is expected that the committee will report favorably upon some two or three locations. We cannot guarantee that this issue of the REPUBLICAN will present the very neatest appearance and show evidences of the most perfect press work. It is the first issue printed on our new Improved Campbell Complete press and we are not sure that everything about the press is properly adjusted and in perfect running order. The press is guaranteed to do perfect work but we do not expect to get perfect work out of it without a certain amount of experimenting in the regulation of the impression, the action of the ink fountain and a hundred other things about a printing press that require adjustment to a nicety before the best press work can be accomplished. The press was set up by the foreman of the BBPUBWCAN office with the assistance of A. F. Dailey, who is an expert mechanic if there is one in Algona. You are invited to step into the Bp- office any Wednesday after- from doing business under the name of "The bank of Ledyard." Notice of the injunction was served last Friday Jones and Stephens had selected tha name for their bank which is to b open for business in about two weeks They base their claim upon the fac that their stationery had all been printed and full arrangements mad to commence business as "The Ban of Ledyard" before Weimar Bros made any claim to the name. Weime Bros., on the other hand, make the de fense that they were first to arrive on the grounds, hang out their sign, advertise in the newspapers, open their book and commence business. They disclaim any knowledge of the fact that Jones and Stephens had contemplated opening a bank under the same name. The case will be heard at the coming March term of court. W. B. Quarton has been retained as attorney by Weimer Bros. Yankee Supper at Grange Hall, Fob. 18th. An excellent supper, with tliis bill of Tare, Ye Methodist Ladles will prepare. On Thursday eve iroiu six to ten, When all ye people, winimeu and menne, Cnn have a supper good and warm, For ye following silver coin—25 cts. SUIJSTANTIAXS. Ham, Corn Bread and Boston Baked Beans, (Served by waiters in their teens) Brown Bread, Biscuit, Coffee and Tea, With ye Oliicken Tot Pie lor ye same little fee. UKLISIIKS. Mother-in-law Siiuce.Slaw Tickles and Cheese, (Ye young menue may talk to ye girls when ye please) Cranberry Sauce. Hggs, Butter and Cake. Come all ye people and of good things partake. he Alffona Creawcfy Company to bo Re^ncorporated as a Co-Olieva- tive Company. The Algona Creamery Company own- ng and operating the Wallace & Reed Ireamery in Algona and the creamery it Sexton is to be re-incorporated as a Do-operative Creamery Company, Rea- on for the change: Inability to do business in competition with the co-op- irative creameries of the county. Last r ear they were only able to pay the 'arm era from 40 to about 90 cents per 3wt., while the co-operative creameries were paying from 70 cents to $1.25. As result they found themselves unable o hold the patronage of the farmers ind make any money. The creamery at this place with ma- hinery, fixtures, etc., cost Mr. Wallace \bout $8,000, while the creamery at Sexton cost in the neighborhood of $1,200. The company find competition with the Co-operative Creameries so inremunerative that they are now willing to dispose of the two creameries with all machinery and appliances, and hundred tons of ice in the ice house, to a co-operative creamery company, if one is organized, at figures that should make every farmer within a reasonable distance of Algona anxious to get some stock immediately. They are willing to sell for $4,000 and parties interested have taken hold of the matter of organizing the new company. Stock has been placed at $50 per share and is being rapidly subscribed. A co-operative Company is almost certain to be organized. The co-operative creamery is no experiment in this county. Wherever the co-operative plan has been tried and the business carefully managed the result has been to the advantage of the pocket books of the farmers. The difference to the farmer between a co-operative and a proprietary creamery is a difference of dollars and cents. In the one case he gets all there is in it. and dairying is a profitable business. In thejOther case he has to divide the profits. The REPUULTCAK is glad that the scheme for the new Co-operative Creamery Company has been placed on foot, because if it goes through it will certainly put money into the pockets of the farmers around about Algona. ft. Post Wednesday niiig Feb. 24 A Washington birthday celebration and bean supper has been arranged for by the G. A. R. and Woman's Belief Corps to take place next Wednesday evening Feb. 24th. Supper will be served at 6 p. m. after the supper the following program will be presented: I'HOOIIASIMK. Song Algona.Glee Club- Address Washington Itev. Dorwurd, Address War Days Mr. 11. K. Stacy. Song Army Bean Song G. A. 11. Glee Club. Address, Who Will Stand by the FlflR When the Veterans are Gone? Jos. W. Hays. Address comradeship Dr. L. A. Sheetz. Song The Old Boys n. A., li. Glfipclnb. It has not yet been definitely determined where the supper will be held, but it will either be in the Congregational church or the Court House Hall. Further particulars in the BE- PUBLICAN next week. Tickets to the supper 25 cents. A GoncrouH Firm, We are informed that the proprietors,. Messrs. A. P. Ordway &Co..recently sent three dozen of their reliable medicine, Sulphur Bitters, to the Catholic home for the aged, which is highly appreciated by the directors and inmutes. "As ye sow so shall ye reap."—Editor CatholicUnion. "Do ye kape butter here?" '•Kape butter? ye greenhorn! I've kept butter this twenty years." "Well; kape it then, me.' It's too ould for lllllOK For the care of the sick. How to cure- disease, its symptoms nud causes, and other information of great value will be found in old Dr. Kaufman's great book,. 100 pages, fine colored plates. Send 3 2-cent stamps to pay postage to A. P. Ordway & Co,, Boston, and receive a. copy free. The Burt Creamery is Invited to Compare Prices Paid for Milk with the Seucca Creamery. SENECA, Iowa, Feb. 10, '92. EDITOH REPUBLICAN: Dear Sir:— I saw in the Burt Eepub- lican of Feb'y 3d an article telling of the amount of milk taken in by the Burt creamery. Your Burt correspondent thinks our one million pounds of milk a little thing, but he forgets to give any figures as to the prices paid per 100 pounds by the, Burt creamery. And then they had nearly three townships patronize their creamery, as we know they had all of Burt and about all of Plum Creek and some of Buffalo, whereas we had but one outside of Seneca and yet we received 77 cents per 100 for our milk. Our highest price was $1.25. I do not think they can beat either the 77 cent average or the $1.25 for the highest. Come, now, Brother Header, and give us some figures. HENKY WAHNEK. 18 I'oumls of Blood Is about the quantity nature allows to an adult person. It is of the utmost importance that the blood should be kept pure as possible. By its remarkable cures of scrofula, salt rheum, etc., Hood's Sarsaparilla has proved its claim to be the best blood purifier. _ • For a general family cathartic we confidently recommend Hood's Pills. They should be in every home medicine chest. A New Sinjfcr iu Israel. Mr. W. II. Campbell, "the sweet singer of Kossuth county," has long had a cinch on the poetry business "in these parts" but he now has a formidable rival. A new light is blazing in the zodiac of our literary firmament in the person of Grandpa E. O. Roberts, who can grind out anything in the poetical line on the shortest notice, satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded. Mr. Roberts brought one of his productions to the REPUBLICAN office one day last week and had a number of copies struck off which he offers for sale at five cents apiece. The poem was entitled "Universalisni Against Itself" and had to do with theological questions. As we happen to have it in type we give it to our readers. The REPUBLICAN lays claim to being the original discoverer of this new literary light. If any honor ever accrue as a result of his being introduced to the public we claim all there is in it. Let it be understood that we are backing Grandpa Roberts. Following is his "ballet of virses" as the copy was endorsed upon the back, orthography corrected in the REPUBLICAN sanctum by request of the author. Thus Pharaoh and his mighty host Had Godlike honor given, A pleasant breeze brought them with ease And took them safe to heaven. Httrruli for the Farmers. Something they all need. The Excelsior Windmill Attachment and Feed Grinder, can be attached to any wind mill and is guaranteed to do the work of any feed grinder. Sample of the grinders may be seen at Matt Richardson's warehouse 011 State street. Come in and see us. Every machine sold is guaranteed to- work or we get no pay. Jos. HUGI & BROS., MATT RICHARDSON, Algona. 7-34 Agent. liroiiiee Turkeys lor Sale. I have eight full blooded Bronze Turkey Gobblers that I will sell cheap, quality considered. T. J. JULIAN. What measure are you taking to stop- that cought? Let us suggest De Witt's- Cough and Consumption Cure. It is infallible. Dr. L. A. Sheets. 26 pounds of sugar for $1 at PATTERSON BROS. Leap, girls, leap with care, Leap, with a hop, at your partnere, No more need for trap and snare; Pop, girls, pop, to the bachelaire. "In buying a cough medicine for children," says II. A. Walker, a prominent druggist of Ogden, Utah, "never afraid to buy Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. There is no danger from it and relief is- always sure to follow. particularly recommend Chamberlain's because I have- found it to bo safe nnd reliable. 25 antj 50 cent bottles for sale by Dr L. A. Sheets, _ No. 1 Suow FJake flour per sack $1.20> PATTERSON BROS. "Oh! how dreadfully yellow and greasy my face is getting." Say do you know this is all caused by a disordered liver, and that your skin can be changed from a dark greasy yellow to a transparent white by the use o! Beggs' Blood Purifier Ev and Blood Maker? very anteed by F. W. Dingley. bottle The men who lived before the flood, Were made to feel the rod, They missed the ark but like a lark, Were washed right home to God. But Noah he, because you see Much grace to him was given, He had to toil and till tbe soil And work his way to heaven. So all the filthy Sodomites, When God bid Lot retire, Went in a trice to paradise, On rapid wings of fire. God saw the rebels were too bad, To own the fruitful land, He therefore took the rascals up, To dwell at His right hand. The wicked Jews who did refuse, The Lord's commands to do, Were hurried straight to heaven's gate By Titus and his crew. There was Judas too, another Jew Whom some supposed accursed, Yet with accord, he beat his Lord And got to heaven first. UruukennegH— Liquor Hublt-In all t he- World there IK but One Cure, Or. UuiitcK' Golden Specific. It can be given m a cup of tea or coffee without tbe knowledge of tbe pei sou taking it, effecting a speedy and permanent cure, whether the patient is a moderate drinker or an alcoholic wreck. Thousands of drunkards have been cured who have taken the Golden Specific In their coffee without their knowledge, , today believe they quit drinking of their own free will. No harmful effects results from its administration. Cures guaranteed. Send for circulars and full particulars. Address iu cow- lldenee, Golden Specific Co., 185, Race street, Cincinnati, Ohio. noon and see the pr»ae operate. For the Murdi To be held at New Orleans, La., March 1, 1892, special round trip tickets will be sold at $35.80 by the C., M. & St. P. R'y. Winter ExcursiouH to \Vuriner Cliiue*. Excursion tickets to Mexico, California, Qeorgi, North Carolina, Florid*, tbe Gulf Coast, Texas, Hot Springs of Arkansas, and Evcelsior Springs of Missouri, now on sale by agents of tbe Obic»go, Mil waukee & St. Paul railway. Apply for rates aad other informatioA to $p £ e »r e«t ageat. or ado>«»» Geo, Murdi Grus. For the Mardi Gras festival to be held in New Orleans, March 1,1892, the Burlington, Cedar Rapids & Northern rai 1 way will make a very low rate for tbe round trip from stations on its line. Tickets on sale February 28d to 28th Inclusive, good to return until March 22d, 1898. For ioformfttioo regarding rates of fare, time of train*, «tc, ( apply to my ticket agent pf tWiJogiPW' or The Great Northwest. The steady settlement of lands in Montana and Washinctou.the substantial growth of their cities, and the constant Increase of their railway mileage, have rendered these nates a center of Interest for busln«ss men, capitalists a net settlers. The best explanation of this growth is found in the study of the capabilities and resources oj the states, which we fully set forth in three folders entitled, "Golden Montana." "Eastern Washington" and "Western Washington," just issued by the Northern Pacific railroad. As a, route to the Northwest the Northern Pacific Kttuids unrivalled. Prom St. Paul and Minneapolis its express trains reach principal points in Minnesota, North Dakota, Manitoba, Montana. Idaho. Oieuon and Washington. It is the only line with through sleeping car service from Chicago to these states, and the only- line running both Pullman tourist and free colonist sleeping cars west of St. Paul and Minneapolis. Passengers from tbe east should ask for through ticket* via the Wisconsin Central lint* and Northern Pacillu railroad, thus securing- the advantuge of through sleeping .cars (Pullman flrst-cltiNS and Pullman tourist) frouilCui- cago. A. note worthy feature of the Northern I'ucUle route is the fact that holders of second class tickets to western points 'on this line are allowed the privilege of slopping over at Suokaue- Wash., ana all points \vest of there for the pur> pose of examine lauds. The dining oars on the Northern Paci&c <ire> au important part of his service, and in connection with the mud scenery make tuts » favorite line tor tourists to California uud other [Uousof the w«st. " * 'c,t nasfteuuer agents o| Nortu.emPs , ,.wfftike-pleasure U» supplying tauu and. WafWj

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