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. THURSDAY EVENING. MAY 9, 1901.
"NO ONE WAS MY FRIEND."
Miss Lucy Durant Felt This Way Before She Took
Dr. Greene's Nervura blood and nerve rem
] edy. Now She is Happy and Grateful.
Despondency is the usual result of illness. When your head
/dies and you cannot sleep, your strength goes and you get
blue and discouraged.
Miss Lucy Durant, 3211 Morgan Street, St. Louis, Mo., says:
4(f!jri&^. " Sometime ago 1 suffered from
jffi gPHE^»ft headaches and loss of sleep. 1 was
W^ despondent and gloomy, and I was
'***+ 25* H)^ always worn out. I write to show
frS '<& f&\ my gratitude and to speak in
jM -S=£ Mm behalf of DR. GREENE'S NER
' ~ :''Jttit\ VURA BLOOD AND NERVE REM
s§k£Ji K s EDY! I had felt as if no one was
s^Pg^^*^«^^^^^^^. my friend. I was sick and in bed
Bfefs^?^-!^ half the time Dr- Greene's er-
kS^VvP^ vura blood and nerve remedy re
, ?|ff^^^^S-^ * stored me to my former good health,
Miss lccy DritAvr. t - and I am much indebted to
Dr. Greene and his medicine, Nervura."
Dr. Greene's Nervura is a friend to the friendless, a boon to sufferers
everywhere. Its use is always followed by grateful words. Why do . you
drag along in a poor condition of health, when this medicine always helps ?
The return of good health is like sunrise turning darkness into light.
Dr. Greene's Nervura blood and nerve remedy does this for weak and
suffering men and women, it turns darkness into light. As health comes
back and energy with it, you are no longer melancholy, you are happy and
grateful. . . • : . . v .
Today is the time to test for yourself the medicine that has always
helped everybody who used it. You will find it a friend indeed, as Miss
Durant did. If you will write to or call on Dr. Greene, 35 W. 14th St.,
New York City, you will get special advice, free of charge. .
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GEN. GREELY'S TASK
Building Up Signal Service in the
PINT POT TO HOLD A QUART
Developments That Further Demon
strate the Wisdom of the
From Thf Journal Bureau., Room AS, Tort
Washington, May 9.—The familiar prob
lem, how to get a quart of material into
a pint pot, will confront General Greely,
chief signal officer, when he invades the
Philippine archipelago in July. His force
of officers will be cut in twain at that
time, and h»* st-uggle will be, by inspect
ing the situation with his own eyes, to
map out the remaining work of the sig
nal corps so that fifteen officers can per
form the duties hitherto distributed
Two things give the general a very
pleasant feeling ©n the eve. of starting
upon his Journey; one is that the prsei
dent approved every one of his twenty
six recommendations in the late batch
of transfers from the volunteers to the per
manent establishment, and with almost
no exceptions these appointees were men
whom he had selected from his own per
sonal knowledge of their work in the field
—a merit list in which politics does not
figure; the other Is a fitting commentary
upon the success of his merit system—
the fact that officers and men from the
line of our army in the Philippines, in
cluding a multitude who only a little
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while ago were extremely skeptical of the
utility of the signal corps as an arm
of the service, are going out of their way
to make known their satisfaction with
the work the corps has accomplished.
A study of the latest military map of
the Philippines will account In a measure
for this enthusiasm. The red lines show
a system of land wires and submarine
cables stretching between extremes about
a thousand miles apart, but so ramified
as to compose a total length of between
4,200 and 4.300 miles, or enough to make
a line from San Francisco to New York
and back to Chicago. Over this system
there pass an average of 10,000 govern
ment messages a day, these messages
averaging at least 100 words; so that, in
round numbers, it may be said that
1,000,000 words are transmitted daily by
telegraph on government business. This
is almost a necessity of the situation in
view of the absence of any proper postal
facilities. It is the only efficient means
of communication between the military
and other functionaries of the govern
ment. The abundant use of the wire, in
deed, has given rise to a witticism by
one of the signal officers, speaking of his
army brethren at a certain headquarters:
"They never send any dispatches; they
merely file letters." It is natural that
they do, if we reflect that the news of
the first operations of our forces in
Minando did not reach Manila for three
weeks, whereas the same points on the
same island can communicate with the
capital now in fifteen minutes.
The relief expedition in China put the
capacity of the signal corps to a severe
test. There the United States beat all
Christendom. The corps had its instru
ments set up in Peking, and its lines
working to connect that city with the out
side world a whole week before the cor
responding corps of any other nation. In
deed, all the allies and the remnant of
the Chinese government itself, had to de
pend upon the courtesy of the Americans
for awhile to get access to any other part
of the earth. Japan came next in prompt
ness and Russia third.
The monk in Howell's "Foregone Con
clusion." who aproached the American
consul at Venice with the model of an
impracticable gun which he wished our
government to buy, was only a fair type
of a class who have kept the war depart
ment files pretty well laden with their
correspondence ever since the outbreak of
the war with Spain.' Many of them are
cranks out-and-out. Some are natural in
ventors with a pretty good basic idea
which they are incapable of developing to
the joint of usefulness. Others have
schemes which are perfectly possible and
cleverly worked out, but which are not
needed by the department. In Secretary
Alger's time they swarmed in the depart
ment corridors, for Mr. Alger was dis
posed to listen to any suggestion which
seemed at all likely to bear fruit, and
there were always hanging about the.
edges of his administration a lot of
"•promoters" who earned a precarious
livelihood by pretending to have occult
facilities for enlisting the secretary's in
terest and who would bleed credulous in
ventors for commissions on the plan of
so much cash down and so large a con
tingent fee. Of course the process never
passed the cash down stage, for most of
the promoters were unknown to Mr.
Alger, even by sight, much less by name,
and they traded almost wholly upon his
democratic habit of admitting anybody
and everybody to his office. Secretary
Root's rule of keeping his door locked
against all visitors except those who have
a special appointment or an official right
to enter, has rid him of most of the
"promoter" nuisance and thinned out the
tramp inventors' corps.
The devices which the government has
been importuned to adopt include, among
other things, tents so cunningly con
structed as to enable the occupants to
regulate their temperature mechanically,
making them as warm as desired in
winter, but positively cold-storage cham
bers in summer; these, it is urged, would
make the troops quite independent of
climate, and enable them to campaign
with equal comfort on the chilliest levels
in Alaska and in the most humid and
enervating heat of the tropics. " Stoves
have been offered which could be folded
like cameras and tucked away in unused
crevices in the wagons that carried camp
equipage, but taken out and set up in
almost no time and put to service for both
cooking and heating. The greatest sort
of sanitary appliance, however, was a
pocket canteen offered to Secretary Alger
when the news reached this country of the
peril of the troops from a polluted water
supply. To get water into the canteen
was simplicity itself; but all that came
out had to pass through a miniature filter,
■warranted to cleanse it of Impurities and
make the foulest liquid thoroughly whole
some for human consumption.
—W. W. Jermane.
THE MINNEAPOLIS JOUENAE.
ON COLLAR BUTTONS
Curious Theory of Rev. B. S. Tay
lor of Chicago.
A CONQUEROR OF PREACHERS
Rev. B. S. Taylor Takea Occasion to
Give. I'rof. Herron a Mod- '
Mmw York Sun Spmclm! twr/M
Chicago, May 9.—Refractory collar but
tons, according to the Rev. B. S. Taylor,
who preached to the Holiness convention
at the First Methodist church last night.
are the cause of many of the caustic and !
denunciatory sermons. The smallest collar
button, he says, will conquer some of the
greatest preachers that ever lived. A min
ister without the "Holiness" kind of relig
ion, he avows, is as helpless before such
insidious temptations as a lost collar but
ton or a broken thumbnail as the sinner
that is cursing his luck because the flsh
won't bite on Sunday morning. Said Mi
Observe the minister who gets up In the I
pulpit on Sunday morning and begins to at- I
tack God with a prayer. He has probably
been having trouble with bis collar button.
You ran see his wife rushing around at home i
a little earlier in the morning trying to |
ward off the storm that is about to break. It-, j
mighty few preachers a collar button can't
The Rev. Mr. Taylor told of many things
that "holiness" would do beside con
quering collar buttons. He said It would
send people home to cut the "beautiful
Venuses and similar works of art" out of
the frames on the wall and burn them up.
This brought p.n enthusiastic response
from the audience. The preacher added:
Except your righteousness exceed the
righteousness of Professor Herron, you will
not see the kingdom of heaven. His ,is a
sentimental devilish character. Holiness will
put an end to divorces. I had five divorces
in my church in a year. I preached a sermon
in which I said to tl'.ose people: "Don't you
ever dare to marry agein. It will mean the
eternal fira of hell for you."
AND NOW A DREDGE TRDST
LATEST AT HEAD OF THE LAKES
Cleveland Man In Forming It—Cap
tain Barker's Plants May
Be Taken In.
Special to The Journal.
West Superior, Wis., May 9.—The Su
perior Dredging company has been formed
with headquarters in this city. The In
corporators are Captain Charles S. Bar
ker, Charles A. Pelletier and Harry H.
Grace The stock amounts to $300,000, di
vided into 3,000 shares of $100 each. The
purpose is to do a general dredging and
marine contracting business, but It is
stated that the company is formed for |
the purpose of delivering the property of j
Captain Barker over to the dredge trust, j
which, it is claimed, will be formed and ;
will include all the dredging outfits and
properties on the great lakes.
The dredge trust is being formed by
J A. Smith of Cleveland. It is under
stood he has visited all the dredging men
and is said to have succeeded in his mis
sion so well that the trust has plans com
pleted for absolute control over almost
evry dredging concern on the lake.
Contractors have given out the infor
mation that the head of the lakes plants
of Captain Barker and the William con
cern will be included in the trust. These
two firms have the dredging of the Su
perior-Duluth harbor under the continu
ous contract system, and within the past
few years have been pulling out anywhere
from a half a million to a million dollars
from the work.
A SI'RER THING
Marsh Will Pat His Money in Cattle
Paper at Pierre.
Special to The Journal.
Pierre, S. D., May 9.—A. H. Marsh of
Fredonia. N. V., has been here for sev
eral days making ararngements to place
money in the Pierre banks for the pur
chase of cattle paper. Last year he placed
about $100,000 in this way. He formerly
put his money in the Kansas City banks,
but the exploits of Gillette, the million
dollar cattle plunger, who absconded from
Kansas some years since and left a Kan
sas City bank holding the bag for several
hundred thousand dollars, | caused him to
look for more conservative fields for in
vestment. :. . - - ■
The city council of Pierre is entertain
ing anew an old proposition to put in the
machinery for an incandescent . lighting
system. The streets are now lighted by
arc electric lights, but the business houses
and homes have been using gas from the
wells. It is now proposed to trade the
old water -plant for the machinery for a
new incandescent system and discard the
gas for common use. It will be employed
for fuel and to furnish power to run: the
city water and lighting plant. ..
Mrs. Stewart, divorced wife of Major
R. W. Stewart of this city, was married
in lowa on last Friday to Arthur D. Law
rence, a merchant of that town. ,
WILL HAVE A SECRETARY
\V inoiia Board of Trade Empowers a
• Committee to Engage One.
Special to The Journal.
Winona, Minn., May 9. —Another largely
attended. meeting of the Winona Board
of Trade '.was held last evening. The
board voted to amend its constitution so
as to empower its executive committee
to employ and supervise the work of the
secretary of board. George J. Hillyer,
who has been approached by La Crosse
men to get him to remove his mattress
factory to that city, stated he had no in
tention of leaving Winona. . .
The suit of George Bittner . against F.
Fakler for $1,000 damages for injuries al
leged 'to have been / received during an
assault, has been tried in the district
court, and the plaintiff given a verdict
of $150. A stay of twenty days has been
granted. ..-..- ... ■. .. . >.".-\ -=
FILERS DISSATISFIED . •
Sawmill Hands on the Great Lake
May Strike. y.
Duluth, Minn.,, May 9.— big strike
among sawmill employes at the head of
the lakes is threatened. Two mills are
shut down on account of the trouble, and
others may close. The - grievance orig
inated with the lumber pliers. They claim
they were '. to receive $2.25 a : day, and
were paid at $2 for April. There are thir
teen mills on the harbor, and fully 2,000
men will ' be affected unless ' the - trouble
FREE MILLING ORE
Discovery on the .Golden Crown
' Near Lead, S. D.:
Special to The Journal.
Lead, S. D., May Rich free milling
ore has been found on the Golden Crown
mining ' property, adjoining Lead on the
north. The property ' belongs to . Michael
McAJlen and James Halloran, and is in
cluded in ' the half-million-dollar option
held by : Denver men ■on North Lead - hill.
The owners hay* permission' to work the
ground until the option Is . taken • up,' and
they have been running a 50-ton, cyanide
plant. •: Tie new discovery Is too rich to
be- treated by cyanide, and: the owners
are sacking and shipping it to the refin
ery. Some of It runs . several •' thousand
dollars to the ton. : .....
TWO-STORY BRICK BLOCK
Gat* of Yankton to Replace HI. Old
Bvildlnc With a New On«,;
Special to The Journal. ;-• ,
v Yankton, 8. D., May 9.—Harry Katz, one
of : Yankton's business men, ■Is • having - his
old brick block on Third 'street* torn away
and la ■ it* place will erect a ' large two-,
TF¥M ill! -NOTICE OF ADVANCE!
I fll#mMi%# %flhl ".';• V TOMORROW THE LAST DAT. i
Shares of the Saratoga Oil & Pipe Line Co. Will Be Advanced to 50c After May 10,1901 |
T^tei°^v/ii h® S?^°Sa ;OirJand-Hpe>Liniß»; ; CompanT^have,OTi Land withinsooo feet of where this company is now drilling (as shown"^
fakeeffect at"2n?MkT?o7«lSi Ynah^ win?. 1" tO,/? CeQt8 't6 ?l tS 6 plat) wa3 sold la3t we<* at the rate °* han SSS>
Aftpr that tfmefor les?n, ft n % SnVf J; I£2 fif h W"f be *? ld vto *?l. on* 18hed well in the Beaumont district, within 4000 feet of one of this com
a«er that time tor less than aO^jents. • Up to the time . stated subscriptions . . pany's ' tracts, was sold last week for $125,000. Two new wells are re- ?
: will be received from new .subscribers, as well as those now holding stock : ported within one-half mile of us since last Saturday .
at 25 cents, the price at which they were put upon the market—April 10,1901. J'
; This notice is final. .-': ,<, / ) .' The Smith well (shown In Lot son plat) struck oil last week. It 7is '
•■ - l • ~. \ •.. ; . less than 3000 feet from the tract where we are now drilling, and is anotherV
■'. This company owns oil leases on 1,027 acres of the best oil lands in -link in the chain, of evidence making it a practical certainty that we are
the proven oil belt of Southern Texas. ;These lands are in 21 separate over the "oil pond." :• ' ' . ' , ..,,.,.
.-tracts in. Jefferson and Hardin counties,; Including a five-acre tract on ~, iL •"' t V r; r, l^J^M v : ' , v
Spindle Top Heights within less than a 1 mile of the site of the Beatty o -I he other oil tracts of th.is company are all within the Saratoga and "
'; Gusher and the Lucas Spouter, the 'former recently sold for SI 250000 Sour Lake district where oil in paying quantities has been struck in some -
' J'j .. ■',•■;. • 3': ' ' ' : cases at a depth of 225 feet. " . -.••.*
A IB ATE* il^Ai^ TU? . . N -* ::
.'"■-- ■ . ACCURATE MAP OF THE '• r^\J\ :*'■ •" • ■'' '
■ * BEAUMONT OIL ' ' "^W^ n°i Jn\ !b
FIELDS \3 \ // \ I
23 22 Vl 20 lWw v l7 16 15 W m
Gum ■/*& 18 . N:l*BEArrj' ' ■■■| \." 7- '. Vf lQ; |\ •,1 y- A' . //\ It
a /Z7 32 1 33Ni 38 .1 :. V IVI V 1 i\ /1113111111 "@J |
£^iI.SL 39\40 4 42 43 44 immm I
(I I i»«"^oi -$• 4-11 i I \_\ I | I 1 , I 1 / EJBfifflßL_ t V
♦ S/TB OF SARATOGA WELL
THE LUCK SPOUrsk (NOW PRILLING)
« lmile, >
THIS COMPANY has a complete drilling apparatus built by the 000 in shares of SI non-assessable under the Texas laws.
American Well Works of Aurora, Ills., now in operation at the point : ■ The notice of advance given above is fully warranted by the great in-^B.(
• . : shown on the . plat. Developments" may be reported at. any time crease 'of the value of property. It will take place promptly as advertised,
. which will lead the ' company to withdraw from the market all offers of unless the sale is discontinued by order of the directors as the result of^a:t;HV ;
stock. . The Saratoga Oil and Pipe Line Company is capitalized at 31,000,- great strike of oil. ; V:,- .^ ■'■ ' .M
Call, write or wire; there Is no time to lose. Address all communications for literature and particulars, and make |
• ' checks, drafts or money orders payable to the Secretary, ' 1
Saratoga Oil & Pipe Line fioi w^^muf
story brick block, 60x100 feet. The lower
floor and basemeni will be devoted en
tirely to his clothing and furnishing busi
ness. The upper story may develop into
a fine opera-house if Yankton citizens
can induce him to have it so, otherwise
it will be used for office rooms.
The Fourth of July will be celebrated
in Yankton this year If enthusiasm can
be stirred up by the hustlers who have
taken the matter in hand.
The Interstate debate between Yankton
college and Dakota university of Mitchell
has been called off for the present on ac
count of the smallpox scare at the latter
place. This will probably also Interfere
with the annual college a'thetic meet, ad
vertised to take pace at Mitchell the lat
ter part of this month. In this case ar
rangements will probably be made to hold
it at Sioux Falls, or at some other good
National President of the Red Cross
at Fargo. ■ *
Special to The Journal.
Fargo, X. D., May 9. —The members of
the Red Cross in this city had a great
time last night in entertaining President
A. M. Potter of the national order. He
arrived from Butte yesterday after an in
spection of the lodges in the west. The
address of welcome was made by Mayor
Johnson and ex-Congressman Spalding in
troduced Mr. Potter, who made the ad
dress of the evening, which was followed
by a musical program.
\V. D. Hodgson, a local real estate man,
is suing V. Fischer of Moorhead for com
missions in disposing or a thousand-acre
farm. Hodgson.was to receive 50 cents
an acre commission and claims to have
I Dlervous JWbh and Vwomen I
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P*of. PirrßA SakTa. of Paris, writes: "111 VUjjU
''As a large number of ppfi**nt g lack the neces- I
M f gOh, yOU nerVOUS people, take nil the nse of to digest solid food, and wouii, through II PpPfPf f :'.' .||
igOht YOU tterVOUS PeO/tiG, take I the wof stimulants, be merely excited and weak- I HPPIPI I
|<-f t.•..■-!-• *■ «^ . ■ . « •- . B ened, therefore, I regard it of immense value to the 111 VI IWI . . , |;«
PI nlohMMtlt HoffS fi/lalt Extract* it ||| practitioner to bring to his aid a mitritkras tonic and ||j h-J'^'"'^/'^'"-*-'-'''''^^
r'l imahes strong nerves ■ and dear I I act not only as a tome, but Malt Extnct, which ; will 111 ||l|3P&f lAn ■ |l|
ittakem Strong nerVeS and Clear aot not only as a tonic, tmt as a nutrient as well, and I §l|fl(M(||f||j
■ I which is leas exciting than wtne as astixnuiant. sVI^J^V" vm mm
Heads*" It IsJOHAMM HOFF*B that 4oo*suc*> 9
secured the purchaser. The farm was sold
and Mr. Fischer is said not to have set
tled with the real estate man.
Continuance for the Ba*einiullan.
Special to The Journal.
Gra-nd Forks, X. D., May 9.—The case of
Joseph and Jacob Easennalla, brothers
charged with the murder of Axel Anderson
on March 27, was continued until Monday
next. Charles .Gunn, who was charged with
the larceny of a buffalo overcoat, entered a
plea of guilty, and was sentenced to one year
in the penetentiary.
Britton Defeats License.
■Special to The Journal.
Britton, S. D., May 9.—At the town election
to-day W. L. Hinkley, D. L. Printup and J.
E. McDougall were chosen trustees. By con •
(Verted action r>n the part of the business men,
saloon license was defeated by twenty-five
votes, making a change of thirty-eight votes
from last year.
Upper lowa ( Miss n Suspended.
Special to The Journal.
Fayette, lowa, May 9.—The Upper lowa
university of this place has suspended nine
students for the remainder of the turn. A
midnight banquet around an eight-gallon keg
of beer was the offense.
One Husband Too .Many.
Special to The Journal.
West Superior, Wis., May 9.—William Rusk
and Mary Lewis, both of Duluth, secured a
marriage license here sometime in February
and were married after the specified flve days
were up by Justice French. Now a deserted
husband has shown up. The record shows
that one Mary Lewis was married to Harry
Gilmore in 1889 and the man promises trouble.
Killed by Shuck of Operation.
Special to The Journal.
Lisbon, N. D., May 9.—Mary, the 15-year
old daughter of Christ Billings, a well known
farmer, was buried here yesterday. She was
thought to be suffering from inflammatory
rheumatism, but after a consultation of doc
tors it was found an operation was neces
sary as a bone of the leg had become diseased.
She never recovered from the shock of the
operation.—This section of the country was
visited by light frosts on Monday and Tues
To I)i-Kin Construction.
Special to The Journal.
lowa Falls, lowa, May 9.—There is unusual
activity at the headquarters of the Dcs
Moines, lowa & Northern road and it is re
ported that active work on the construction
of the line will be commenced next week.
President Soule of the construction company
that will build the road arrived here from
Chicago yesterday with his family and while
nothing official is given out it is currently re
ported that tht contract between the con
structon company and the railroad company
will be closed this week. Right-of-way agents
continue to close contracts for the right of
way between this city and Dcs Moines while
a party of surveyors is in the field setting
permanent stakes for grading, so that every
thing points to early work on the road.
Cascarine at All Drnsifists.
Cures biliousness, constipation and dys
pepsia or money refunded, 50c. Sample
and book on diet and cure sent free for
10c postage. Rea Bros. & Co., Minneapolis.
To be free from sick headache, bilious
ness, constipation, etc., Use Carter's Lit
tle Liver Pills. Strictly vegetable. They
gently stimulate the liver and free the
stomach from bile.
At Xorth Star Woolen Mill Co., 228 South
Second street. Our facilities are unsur
passed. Telephone Main 45, or drop us a
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n^Sacr AND CUTLERY. \ '"';■■?
S^Stjß. - Shears, Razor* and Clippers
■^S^S^P .ground. ..,..• ■■■.;..;
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<S^^^ 207 NICOLLET AVENUE.
North Star Dye Works
f. F. WEITZEL. l'roprlator.
743 liennopin" Ave'., Minneapolis.
Telephone OU*-^. ';
"SHARES " MINGLE.
Chicago, May 8. —W. B. Briuton. president
of the Peru Plow and Wheel Works of Peru,
"The plow combine is likely to be merged
iuto a great trust of all the implement mak
ers of the United State?. Ninety per rent of
them are vow represented at a conference at
New York. The new capital of the trust will
be as much as $00,000,000 and may amount to
$75,000.C00J Charles 11. Deere of the Mo'iiue
Plow Works will be, in all probability, at the
head of the trust."
Telephone your wants to No. 9, either
line. You will be told the price and you
can send the money in.
Carey rofflng sheds water like a duck.
See W. S. Nott Co. Telephone 376.
In cases of cough and croup, give the lit
tle one One Minute Cough Cure. Then go
to sleep and rest easy. Cures quicly.