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INDIANA,
IOWA,
WISCONSIN,
TEXAS,
ilARYLAND,
OREGON,

TENNESSEE,
ALABAMA, and the DOMINION OF CANADA. IDAHO,
MEDICAL AND SURGICAL REGISTER OF THE UNITED STATES

ARCHITECTS AND BUILDERS' DIRECTORY OF THE UNITED STATES,
AXD CIXV DIRECTORIES

KOR

Baltimore. Maryland; Detroit. Grand Rapids. Sasinaw, Bay City. Jackson, Lansing. Muskegon,
Port Huron. Sault Ste. .Alarie, Ann Arbor, Yi>silai)ti. Kalamazoo, Flint. Alpena, Cheboygan
and Bip: Rapids, Mich.; Toledo, Columbus, Findlay, Newark and Lima, Ohio; Atlanta,
CoiuiTibus and AugiLsta. Ga. ; Birmingham and .Monteomery, Ala.; Memphis. Tenn.;
Indianapolis and Fort Wayne. Ind. : St. Paul. 3Iiuneapolis and Duliith, Minn.: Ashland,
Oshkosh an.i Kan Clajre, Wi^,; <i..'!s Cifv. Iowa; P'TtUinil, Ore.; Stockton. Cal. ;
Bismarck and Jlaudaii, r>ak. ; Hi-I-Tia and l;utte. Mont.: Seattle, Tacoma. Spo-
kane falls aud \Vaii;\ WaiKn, Wa^h.; London and Toronto, <jnt ;
Pi!.r-r S-i-:!id: and 'I'riiie I>n-,-'.,-v ..f rti^ UrP"" TV:.'-.

40 TO 44 LARKED STREET WEST, DETROIT, MICH.

OFirXCES:

Chicago, III., MO Dearborn Strot-t.
PniLADELPHiA, Pa., Ledirer Building, corner Chestnut and Sixth Streets.
Toledo, Oaio. 403 .lellorson Street.

CoLUirBus, Ohio. 60 North Hiijh Street.

Lndlv>'apolis, Ind., Corner C'ircle and Meridian Streets.
BALTiiioitE. Md., 112 N. Charles Street.
;. St. Paul, Minn., New Chamber of Commerce Building.

MiNNKAPOLi.s, Minn.. 257 First Ave. South.
ToPvONTO. Ont.. Victoria Chambers.

PouTL.\Nn. Oi:K . Fir>t NiitiMMul Bank Building.
Atlanta, Ga., t hanioer of LOnimerce.

San Fii.vNCi&co, Cal., 606 Montgomery St.





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Minnesota, North Dakota, Montana,



Idaho, Oregon, Washington,
California, British Columbia and Alaska,

Are all reached to the Best Advaatape via the



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"Yellowstone Park and Dining Car Ronte."

PULLMAN PALACE SLEEPING CARS,
ELEGANT DINING CARS.

FURNISHED TOURIST SLEEPING CARS,

and FREE COLONIST SLEEPERS.

No other Line runs Pullman Palace Sleeping- Cars to Fergus Falls, Fargo,
Crookston, Grand Forks, Grafton, Winnipeg and Helena.



Two Throucjh Yestibuled Trains Daily

To all Principal Montana and Pacific Coast Points via the

[SjORTHERN pACIFIC RAILROAD.

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Helena and Butte, Montana; Spokane Falls, Washington;

AND

Portland, Oregon, and the Only All-Rail LinetoTacoma and Seattle.

The Favorite Route for California Tourists.

For full information concerning rates, time, etc., call on or address your nearest Ticket Agent, any
Traveling Passenger Aj;ent of the Company, or

CH.VS. S. FKK, General ra - ise!;ger and Ticket Agent.

ST. PAi;i„ I»IIN>ESOTA.



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Fast Trains with Pullman Vestibuled Drawing Room Sleepers,
Dining Cars and Coaches of latest design, between Chlcag^O and Mil-
n^aukee, and St. Paul and ;^Iiiiiieaiiolis.

Fast Trains with Pullman Vestibuled Drawing Room Sleepers,
Dining Cars and Coaches of latest de>igu, between Cliicag'O and 31il-
M'aiikee, and Ashland and Duliitli.

Ttirou^li Pullman Vestibuled Drawing Room and
Colonist sleepers via the Xortliern Paellic Railroad
between Chiea^o and Portland, 4)rc.

Central Wisconsin points, alfording uneqiialed service to and from Wau-

keslia. Fond du Lae, Oshko*ih, Xeen.ih, ^Vlenasha,
Cliippewa Falls, Fan Claire, iiuriey, Wis., and Irou-
^vood and Bessemer, flieli.

For tickets, sleeping- car reservations, time tables and other information, apply
to Agents of the line, or to Ticket Agents any-where in the United States or Canada.



S. R. AINSLIE, Gen. Mngr.,

Milwaukee, Wis.

H. h. BARLOW, Gen. Trafric Mnirr.
Milwaukee, Wis.



J. M. HANNAFORD, Gen. Traffic Mngr..

St. Paul, Minn.

LOUIS ECKSTEIN. Ass't Gen. Pass. &l Ticket Axent,

Milwaukee, Wis.



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A GREAT RAILWAY.

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Now Owns and Operates 5,670 Miles of Thoroughly Equipped Road in

ILLINOIS, WISCONSIN.

MINNESOTA, IOWA,

MISSOURI and DAKOTA.

Each recurrlnff year its lines are extended in all directions to meet the necessities
of the rapidly popV.latine sections of countrv West, Northwest and Soutb^vest of
Chicago, and to furnish a' market for the products of the Greatest Agricultural and
StockRaising Districts of the World.

In Illinois it operates 316 Miles of Track, in Wisconsin 1,304 Miles,
In Iowa 1,572 Miles, in Minnesota 1,122 Miles,

in Dakota 1,216 Miles, in Missouri 140 Miles,

And the end is not yet. It has terminals in such large cities as

Chicago, Milwaukee, La Crosse,
St. Paul, Minneapolis, Fargo,

Sioux City, Council Bluffs, Omaha,
Kansas City and St. Joseph, Mo.

And along its lines are hundreds of laree and small thrivimr cities, towns and vil-
la.:fs. :\IanufiictutiuL' inri.'1'jsts are C!::r.;r:'.ted, atid a;l l.iranchfS of trade nnd encour-
agement. The lUiiwav Company has a just appreciation ot the value of its patrons,
and Us magnificent earnings are the result of the good business tact which character-
izes the management of its affairs.

The popularity of the line is attested by the fact that notwithstandimr the strong-
e.st kind of comr^etition of old and new lines, the CFIICAGO. MILWAUKEE ^t ST.
PAUL RAILWAY continues to carrv the urealer portion oi" all the tiusiness oeiweeu
CHICAGO. 3IILWAUKEE. ST. PAUL and MINNEAPOLIS. It is the best pat-

from ail points in WISCUN^IN. MiNNESO'l'A, DAliuTA and iuUA. aua us
KANSAS CITY AND ST. JOSEPH LINE will undoubtedly take equal rank with
the older lines leading to and from the Southwest.

On all its throu-h"" lines of travel the CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE & ST. PAUL
RAILWAY' runs the mo.st perfectly equipped trains of

Sleeping, Parlor and Dining Gars and Coaclies.

The through trains on all its lines are systematically heated by steam. No effort
is spared to furnish the best accommodations for the least money, and, in addition,
patrons of the road are sure of courteous treatment from its employes.
A. V. II. rMiS'i-NXii:, <:. tt. iji:vi I <»!ti>.

G^u. Pass, au'.l Tk ■•:••: A- :-: .\-sr. i.en. I'a-s. aud liCiiet Agt.

CHICAGO, ILL-



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GREAT WESTERrJ DSVlSSOfJ

Grand Trunk Railway

IS fl FfiVCRITE ROUTE EAST, VIS flSfiGflRft FALLS.



PANAfllA!*! RSftRARF P;'>.-enser- fur Canada, ran now liave their Baspiire exiiiniiie'l. ami VJi'-^^ed
UMnHUIM.l DriuOMOLi ,.(i>tL.m> and i-lieckfd to de5.tir.au0n, at oiu' depot in chieaj;". tjiereby
avoiding a;ninvauee and deliiv at liie Canadian frontier.



ummer i ouriSt i ickexs

Via NIAGARA FALLS or RAPIDS OF THE ST. LAWRENCE, to the principal Mount-
ain, Seaside and Pleasure Resorts in tl\« EAST, aro on sale during the summer months.
For description and particulars, address

E. H. HUGHES,
Gen'l Western Pass. Agent, 103 Clark St.. CHICAGO.



W. J. SPICER.

General Manager.



GEO. B. REEVE, W. E. DAVIS,

Tnitfic Jfanar/f-r. GtnH Pa-ft'tiujtr Agent.

ChlcaRo cV Grand Trunk Kiiilway.

JOSEPH HICKSON, L. J. SEARGEANT, WM. EDGAR,

Gentral Manager. Trojnc Manager. Geu'l Pa^seitger Agent.

Granil Trunk Kullway.




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The Steamer "CITV OP MILWAUKEE," md ihe Stonier "WISCONSIN," '^m 'i DAILY

LINE between CRAND HAVEN and MIUWAUKEE: : .i.n : \IM am Ki-i 8. CO P.M., ... -...ua.nd



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TWO EXPRESS TILVIXS LEAVE FT. WAYNE DAILY.



Through Cars for INDIANAPOLIS, LOUISVILLE and

CINCINNATI, arriving there in time to make

CLOSE CONNECTIONS

IVi-i AxiJAi LKjikMU LlUUi £1L\U Ul/Ulil.

Through Trains Daily to Cincinnati.

Shorter by 13 Miles to Indianapolis,

And 20 Miles to Louisville,

Makes im One to Thfee Hours Udt\ Time than k] Otlier Roote.

GEO. L. BRADBURY,



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THE "FISHING" LINE.



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THE DIRECT ROUTE TO

Traverse Oity, Petoskey,

R^^ackinac, Marquette,

AND OTHER DELIGHTFUL HEALTH AND

Summer Resorts

OF NORTl^ERrs^ MlClilGAN,

And the Celebrated Trout and Grayling- Streams, Beautiful Lakes and

Grand Forests of this famous Country. Also to Cincinnati,

Columbus, Indianapolis and all points South.

The Waters of Northern Michigan are unsurpa:iS€d, if equaled, in the abundance and
great variety of fish contained.

Bro<5k Trout abound in tlie streams, and the famous American Grayling is found culy
in these waters.

T'r..' Troi:r ?rvi-<..u l.^^-i-3 May : and ends Sf-rtemb'T 1. T:.- Gray liiijL' Season ■•p-^i-.s
June 1 an<l ecda November 1.

Black Eas.s, Pike, Pickerel and Muskailonge also abound in large numbers in the many
lakes and lakelets oi" thia territory.

Take your" family with you. The scenery of the North Woods and Lakes is very
beautiful. The air is j.ure, dry and bract.n);.

Th-» chmate i.s peculiarly ben-^Soial to tho.^e suffering with Hey Fever and Asthmatic
affections.

New- Hotels, with all modern iinprovem-'nts, ha\-e been erected, as wei! as many

The (Jrand Raiad>& Indiana R. R.. in c-oimectiori with tiie Duiutli. South t^uore &
Atlantic R. R.. forms the most dirert route to Sault Ste 5Iarie. Mariiuette, HoUKhton, Han-
cick and all points ii; the Upper P-uiLiru'ui of Michigan.

During the Season, Round Trip Excursion Tickets
will be sold at Low Rates,

IXD ATTBACTITE TBAIN F.ICILITIES OFFEBED TO T01RI>TS AND 8P0BTSMEX.

^^For Touri.sts' Guide, Time Cards and Folders, giving full information, address

Gcr.Tc^ii Pa.-^scnijor .-vi^eui, Gr;ii'.a j.^.i^.- >, *>li.'li.



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