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Chicago Men Undergoing the Ex-
periment of Inoculation.
DR. KOCH'S THEORY IS ON TRIAL
Experiment Made With Skin Tuber
cnlosia, a Curable Form of
Chicago. Aug. 15. —Dr. Koch's theory
that bovine tuberculosis cannot be com
municated to human beings is now being
tested under the direction of the Chicago
health department. Several men are un
dergoing the experiment of inoculation
under the direction of Dr. Rellly, acting
commissioner of health. The experiment
is made with skin tuberculosis —lupus—
a form of the the disease which is curable
and controllable. Just as satisfactory a
test, it is asserted by Dr. Rellly, can be
secured by inoculating the skin of the
human being with the bacillus from the
animal as could be obtained from experi
ments with pulmonary tuberculosis. The
one is feasible because it does not en
danger life. Because the other does it
is regarded as impracticable.
The volunteers have been inoculated
with the germs obtained from infected
cows. Their condition a few weeks hence,
It is thought, will definitely show if Dr.
Koch's theory i 3 correct. Dr. Reilly, in
speaking of this experiment, said several
offers have been obtained from persons
willing to subject themselves to inocula
tion with the more serious species of bo
vine tuberculosis, but that fortunately
their offers would not to be accepted.
One volunteer who hails from Michigan
offered himself as a subject without re
quiring an annuity for his family. The
proposal was referred to the corporation
counsel's office and precipitated a discus
■ion of the liability of the city for dam
ages in ease of a fatal termination to the
test. Corporation Counsel Walker finally
advised the health officials not to accept, i
The city would be held responsible, Mr.
Walker said, for the death of the subject, j
The decision put an end to any plans the
iiiy might have undertaken for a test of
the theory in pulAonary tuberculosis.
DRAWING TWO SALARIES
FAVORITISM TO ARMY OFFICERS
M*B on the Itt-tired List Said to Be
Well raid for Depart
Ktsw York Sun Samaial Sarvlcm
Washington, Aug. 15. —While the census
office officials are investigating the cases
of clerks who are employed in another
department as well as that branch, some
of war department employes would be
glad to see attention called to favoritism
which permits certain army officers on the
retire! list to draw two salaries, one from
the military pay roll and the other as an
employe of the civilian branch of the gov
One such officer is a retired captain, who
was transferred from the active list on
account of disability. He receives $2,100
a year from the government as a retired
army officer, rendering no service what
ever for this salary, and he gets nearly
as much from the pension office, where he
discharges every day, tc the satisfaction
of the commissioner of pensions, the cler
ical duties devolving upon him, despite
the fact that he was deemed incapacitated
for active duty in the army.
Another case of dual employment is that
of an officer, retired with the rank of
major, and who has been employed as
civil engineer by the corps of engineers
and has had charge of river and harbor
work at Wilmington, Del. There are
numerous cases of the same character,
and they are deemed worthy of investiga
tion by those who are familiar with the
FEEDING THE WHEAT
Cattle Raisers in Kansas Find It
Cheaper Than Corn.
Kansas City, Aug. 15.—D. L. Croysdale
of the firm of W. E. Croysdale & Sons, has
returned from a trip through Kansas.
"The wheat crop this year is the largest
In the history of the state and it is of the
best quality, running sixty-four pounds to
the bushel," said Mr. Croysdale. "The
corn crop is the lightest for years. There
are many more fields that will run ten
bushels to the acre. The corn plant holds
color well, but at the same time don't
show any shoots on the stalk. There will
not be any corn to amount to anything
except on spots in the bottom lands. Corn
sold last week for 65 cents where wheat
sold for 53. Many cattle raisers in the
eastern part of the state who depended
on the corn crop are buying wheat from
the western Kansas farmers. At least 10
per cent of the wheat crop will be fed to
stock. Mills and elevators are already
chopping it up for feed.
"The tendency of the farmers to rush
their wheat to market does not necessarily
Indicate a bearish feeling on the part of
the farmers. Some dealers say that one
third of the crop has been already mar
keted. It is stated that farmers are buy-
Ing futures against wheat they are celling.
They speculate in this manner to save
building granaries and rehandling the
wheat. The shortage of freight cars be
gan early in the season and is likely to
The Hot Weather Test makes people
better acquainted with their resources of
strength and endurance. Many find they
need Hood's Sarsaparilla, which invig
crates the blood, promotes refreshing
sle«p and overcomes that tired feeling.
tSUHtM^k WHITE LEAD- T"^*^9b?.rts'BPEClAlL ßßAND.W»rrantedtogiTea.
TOiiiiiiiiiiiran J? w ?■■ •JT "■*■*••'• eoo<l satisfaction as strictly pure, in.U& 25, Mtand 100 Ib 7 kesrs.
«t ' % " SjafeMl .Per'b.,33tc. WHITE LEAD. Special St. Louis Vhite Lead to oil,in
* ' Vi •4'^i?«iM?h. U?h a w e<S? to PcS" Ve»y tf™ »8 Kood satisfaction as any make.
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§ WHITE LEAD. T"J"' ,Robe.rtß> SPECIAL BRAND- WBiranted togireu. l
v i,Z Ti. TZ. - £^*" lrood satisfaction as KtriStly pure, in sjs, 25, 50 and 100 lb kegs.
NEW COOK STOVES $4.75. IZ^^ll^rj^Z^
3 R west for the simple reason that our prices are right. Jf you live out of town send for a stovei
■^-^^-^-^S»^ -■- JL-f JLJ< • than it is possible to produce them. Now 1.
—^—»—————rat—a—««— i ,i ». l i lu ,.n...n ta .i)"ur opportunity to purchase a Hleh tirade Iliar
«E^^Hß>» ■■ rft ele at ai>out bO per cent of its actual value. KVEKYTIU.N'U CUES
• ••■ ,'^^ai ATTI««. Blue Ribbon, and the Great Hh.rt»' Speeltli. For want of ipace
■ Jw»M|i|Mt*—"^3Bß^ we give but & brief, condensed description of each grade. If you
w _* ' /Vtt fSOr- '^__- wish a detailed description and illustrations of
■ JZgsSs^Ljff ' »l^^^ jw*L*"ZSsis=£2>»^ the different models, send ua your name and we
><J3w*f*339t \. //iWTFr^ W1 mall y°u ono of our bicycle catalogues
fi^^a^^^lt— f^^^S^^HHl fw n,.i? 01 season we offered them at
•• «7 — ~~TiSß*ii3ililS!S^OxgSL IS---:=^^^Ptr^-~^W* U-75 and for th B**l6 wo haTe reduced them
1» '>J g^WMP^ l^<X?f/K^rCj»l;O*l0 *i7s' They are constructed of IK seam
m/yyfl I v\w^BUMF yxyy//P\\\:^ff I? 88 Bt*t, l n,blne Perfectly reinforced conneo
y&y/l / \\X^T^^r*^ X&/Y lA\ \\Mf Plece'craoks banner'pedali. rock elm rims', one
NSbZ// \Vi«S^ J[ >sto///\\\rf2r Piece cranks banner pedals, rock elm rims, ad.
X^yjg^^^ CT HSSLV I I \«gßy justable handle bars, single tube tires, every
i^*" ii "^ a - j°'^^*'>^ thing first-class. Each bicycle 18 supplied with
: Jot consists of th. following: Gent'g 21 inch maroon enameled, Gent's 26 inch black eriamele^Ladies' Sfand^iei
inoh maroon enameled and Ladies' 82 inch bl*»k enameled. These bicycles are rar« bargains *IA 7 C v.»
PrlPsi2 iUl?tt23. l2f -V Qents' Models - SIU./u N6t
o I9<X> ROBERTS' SPECIAL BICYCLES, SI 4.75 Net. We have but a few of our vm Roberts'
Special HeF e S . all LaSit In l«00 they nol'dTor |5«.« «£ fids eeason for HO 00. In this sale they ari
offered for $ I 4.76, which is less than they can be made for. They are a strictly high gi-ade bicycle made of
w3.«2 thl^i ti y f Wn rS° e V, h° h » nd^ tand theirbusiness Fitted with Morgan & Wrishtdouble tube Ures
:Jf V^ Tt. th*m tn * * 'ollowlng heights of frames, 1» inch. 21 inch and 23 inch, enameled both til -7 rII «i
bldßl e*n, A* tberaljßntaTery fewof each size they will not last long at this price ... 5 4. 75 NBt
mI I 801 ARCYLE BICYCLES SI 1.©5 Net. These are our regular 1901 models. The samels we have
sold all seaaon at Wo *7 TBe price that we are offering them at U less than you would pay for acheap and inter-
W^ C£sisLiT. eare •fjlo*l^B^ Cl*Bß 7 cies iind are Bo guaranteed. Fitted complete with adjustable handle
SiK"* p£?d!? Baddle rat *S P P^*, 18! B1I!? le «abe tires and a complete set of tools in neat tool bag. Enameled in '
either black or maroon. 1 Please state choice when ordering. Heights of frames. Gents. 10 22. 84 or & inch. La
of*»b^blc * * 8a?O biccle catalogue will give a complete description of our complete line %jiqr ij gf
».J» Ok 9' ? L Mr E RON BlCYC"LES',g|"3V7s'Net."TheiwißiueKibbonßicyc'^ of the be^t
value bicycles oSeredtbis season. The regular 1901 price Is 817.67 and our special Bale price of $13 V* o£ta.
you an opportunity to get a bicycle at less than factory cost. The Blue Ribbon has a flush Jointframe, made of
nletoM&f^!^*l^;^ dou')le tnbe ttreTcom-
Si!^ w sn?5 n? fai* JfP* 1/ °ii tfit- J? 6 Gen* s bicycles can be furnished in either £0,22.24 or «107 CU «i
86 inch frames and the Ladies* In £0 or 22 inch. Colors black or maroon enameled *al«Prlnn did.l 9 KPT
Br ,A9Q I ROBERTS' SPECIAL BICYCLES 517.50 «^"J?»SSeißr*ffpeM£ alwiyl'fiSj
oup Bighest grade bicycle. They hare new sold for less than WiTsY and at this price they have been extra
KODerta special ia as Its name denotes, a special bicycle In every particular, mado up of very best materiall by
high priced workmen Best grade equipment, Morgan & Wright tfres, adjustable handie bars, podded saddle^
- rat trap pedals one piece crank, and complete set of tools. The frames are made of very best Ehelhy^eam"
less tubing; all joints are flush. including flush head. Nothing is lacking to make these bicycles * ii Cft ii i
strictly flrst^lMs/Heights of frames: Gents' or 88 inch, lldles^LorVtoclLCoforpiainDhrkJ 750 Ne
G. &J. detachable tires fitted to ourHoberts* Bpecial Bicjclea 82.00 addiUonal New Deonrti/rn Xr
Marrow coaster brakes attached to any of our bicycle., fjrT6o extra ® DOPart"»"e Or
]^M. RnhprtS 1 Buslncss^StlH^ fininff Oil The T.M.Roberts' Bupply House of Minneapolis is in the
1.-4 iJ P^i- •»«s|Hw»s wllll CUIIIg Ull. hands of Chas.M. Waj and Frank W. Shaw, v temporar?
n bSon a dn.t eoXTn^S°^S^^^^^^
Receivers of T. IN. Roberts' Supply House, Minneapolis, Minn.
WRECK OF MYSTERY
Remnants of the Missing Ship Man-
Chester Are Found.
WRECKED ON A DESERT ISLAND
Evidence That Some of the Sur-
vivors Landed on the
San Francisco, Aug. 15.—1t la believed
in marine circles that the missing ship
Manchester, which sailed from New York
on the 23d of last August, with a cargo of
kerosene for Yokohama, has been found.
She lies a total wreck on the desert
island of Pikar in the Marshall group.
How many persons survived is .not known,
but it is certain that a woman and her
children landed on the island. A private
j letter received on the Australian steamer
Sonoma relates the finding of the wreck.
The writer says:
A mysterious shipwreck was reported from
Sydney, N. S. W., July 18, by Captain Henry
of the island trading steamer Archer, which '
recently touched at Jaluit, one of the Mar
shall group. Here it was learned that an
island trading cutter belonging to a German
firm at Jaluit had found parts of the hull of
a large ship and over 400 cases of kerosene
strewn along the chores of Pikar island. The
island Is uninhabited, but in walking along j
the beach the crew of the cutter came across i
footprints and traces which showed that some
one lifcd heen there. Among the footprin'3 ,
were those of a woman and eeveral children, j
The conclusion arrived at was that a por
tion of the crew had landed on the island, the
survivors including the captain's wife and
family. Marks on the beach also disclosed
the fact that two boats Mere hauled up on
the beach and were subsequently launched.
Continuing along the beach, the cutter's crew
found the body of a man. A certificate —that
of a chief officer—was found in one of the
pockets and was turned over to the German
governor of the island.
TWO KILLED ON THE G. P.
EXTRA TRAIX LEFT THE TRACK
I Harvesters Bound for the West Are
in a Wreck—The Dead and
"Winnipeg, Man., Aug. 15.—A railway I
wreck occurred three miles from
Ingolf last evening and the fol- :
lowing official statement has been issued
from the Canadian Pacific railway offices:
The extra for the west, with harvesters
from the eastern provinces, left the track
three miles east of Ingoif at 5 o'clock. The ;
cause is said to have been the breaking ofj
a rail under the engine. The engine and
five coaches were derailed and the follow- i
ing passengers are reported killed and in
DAN WHITE, Kent City, N. B.
DONALD McKEGAN, Cape Breton.
John Reed, Newfoundland, head and
leg injured; Martin Almon, Cape Breton,
head injured; James Craig, York county,
New Brunswick, seriously cut on head;
Thomas Corwin, . fireman of engine, leg
Temperance People Have an Army
Officer as Ally.
tfew York Sun Special Set-vica
New York, Aug. —Brigadier-General
| Doggett (retired), of the United States
I regular army, has written to the national
i temperance society, condemning in the
i strongest terms the institution of the
I canteen. He says:
The canteen stands as a constant invitation
J to the total abstainer to drink; as a tempta
j tion to the moderate drinker to drink more,
and -as a convenience to the drunkard to load
up on beer when he has not the means to
get anything stronger.
The Leading; Malt Extract.
Malt-Nutrine is the only really great
Extract of Malt offered on the market,
other so-called extracts being nothing
better than strong black beer with a
large percentage of Alcohol and a very
small one of extractive matter. Such ex
tracts should not be given or recom
mended to convalescents or strength
seeking people, since their merits are all
on the label and not in the bottle. Malt-
I Nutrine is prepared by the Anheuser-
Busch Brewing Ass'n, which guarantees
its purity, excellence and merit.
Carey roofing sheds water like a duck.
See W. S. Nott Co. Telephone 376.
Buffalo via "The Slijtvaukee."
Visit the Exposition and travel via the
C., M. & St. P. railway to and from Chi
Lowest rates on excursion tickets good
for ten days, fifteen days, and until
Apply at "The Milwaukee" offices or
write J. T. Conley, Assistant General
Passenger Agent, St. Paul, for the Mil
waukee's Pan-American folder, one of the
best exposition guides yet published.
New Hutchinson Train via "The
r On and after June 17 an additional pas
senger train will be put on via C, M. &
St. P. railway, between the twin cities and
Hutchinson (daily except Sunday).
New train leaves Hutchinson 7:30 a. m.,
Glencoe, 8 a. m.; Plato, 8:09 a. m.; Nor
wood,-8:18 a. m.; Cologne, 8:30 a. m.; and
arrives Minneapolis, 9:45 a. m.; St. Paul,
10:20 a. m. :";.r-v^--;■---■■"
' Returning, - leaves . St. Paul, 4 p. m.;
I Minneapolis, 4:40 p. and arrives Glencoe
I 6:30 p. m., and Hutchinson, 7 p. m.
THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL.
Ii I */ Sfc Louis A* B< C, Bohemian Beer \ Fill I^4
lin .- : is a perfectly brewed product . "f ! 1
I 1 V/^ with the true flavor of choicest §_ || v / 1 j
II V imported hops preserved to a MM S 1 1
I I ..'-'■' remarkable degree, imparting Jpli^ I |
II : a peculiarly satisfying flavor and - Jr». *\ 1 !
11 curdaintybooidet ,- healthful tonic quality.^ For this / ■:"*£^" "\m I I
of menus— "Some reason and because of its absolute t f '■ .ml || i
11 . German suppers,- . purity, it is the chosen beer of ..'. I ;il,] I I
II -The American connoisseurs, Physicians and EUL^^ml I i
Brewing Co., st. those requiring a perfect family I%?^^^^^^ i I
; U-usa. ; and table.article. ; 1
I <&.&. BRACKETT, Minneapolis. , La—^i^^^O I 1 I
" Bottled at the Brewery only. Never sold in bulk. :« ~ffff*M&**x*»"***** " 1 | «
J. BOLL'S DIVIDEND
English Railroad Earnings Reflect
Her Business Depression.
THE EXPENSES HAVE INCREASED
Lord Stalbridge. Insists That Com
parisons With American Oper
ating; Methods Illusory.
Gf&Mr York Sun Special Service
London, Aug. 15. —There is more pessi-
S mism in financial than in political circles.
1 The record of the British railways, dis-
I closed by the August dividends and the re
ports, is the worst known for many years.
The expenses have increased and the
earnings have shrunk. The decline in div
idends is general, but is most marked on
the heavy lines.
The decline in net earnings in six
months for the English lines approximates I
$8,750,000. This not only involves a serious '
loss to the investors, but is considered an j
unerring sign of an approaching period
of commercial depression. The croakers •
•, assert that the shrinkage in railway earn- j
! ings indicates decline in business interests ■
! and that there is little reason to believe I
that the shareholders will be relieved by I
economies in working expenses and re- j
forms in management. .. j
At the meeting of the London & North- j
western company, which this year has the ■
! worst dividend since 1863, the chairman, ,
I Lord Stalbridge, referred to the compari- j
sons that have been made so frequently of i
late, between the American and British j
methods of working railways. He en- •
deavored to prove to the shareholders that i
the comparisons were illusory, as' in
America vast quantities of grain and coal
were carried great distances, while the
I bulk of the traffic of the English railways
I was in small lots, carried comparatively
X. P. SHOP IMPROVEMENTS
The Road Plans to Spend $75,000
' at Como.
The Northern Pacific will make Im
provements on its Como shops costing
$75,000 in addition to new machinery to be j
installed. A new car shop, 190 by 215 ]
feet; storage building for iron and coal,
25 by 100 feet; new transfer table pit 75
by 530 feet and a number of other small
buildings are i included in the improve
ments that will be made. The foundations
for a number of the new buildings are
completed and work will be commenced
on the superstructures without delay.
: CAR FERRY LINE \:
Toledo & Ann Arbor ' Road Secures
. .Terminals at Manistique.
Special to The Journal.
Manistique, Mich., Aug. 15.— W. R. Burt,
! president and H. W. Ashley, general man
lager of the Toledo & Ann Arbor railway,
' were in the city to-day and arranged with
I the , Chicago Lumbering . company for a
j terminal point for their car ferry line in
! this city.: Three years ago last winter the '
ferries and three package freight steam- i
ers of their line plyed between this port
and Frankfort, but at the opening of i
spring navigation the line was discon
tinued. The work of placing the dock,
ware houses and ships in readiness will
be commenced at once and it is thought I
the ferries will be running to this port in
about a month. Manistique' has an open
harbor during the winter and the boats
will ply here the year round.
Short Line, but Busy.
Special to The Journal.
Calumet, Mich., Aug. 15.—The Hecla &
Torch Lake railroad is now considered the
busiest line for its mileage in this country.
The line extends from -this- city to Lake
Linden, a distance of six miles, and ii
equipped .with fifteen locomotives - and 600
cars. The road handles , about 6,000 tons of
rock daily, besides timber, coal and miscel
laneous freight for the Calumet & Hecla
■Will Grow Its Own Flower*.
Special to The Journal.
Calumet, . Mich., Aug. 15.—The Duluth,
South Shore & Atlantic railroad has decided
to build and maintain, in connection with
the new station at Marquette, a thoroughly
up-to-date greenhouse. This will be used
to supply the dining cars and small parks
along the line with cut flowers. About the
Soo, St. Ignace, Houghton and Calumet sta
tions, small parks have been laid out, which
are supplied with plant* each spring.
The C. G. W. Acquitted.
Two charges of rate-cutting were preferred
against the Chicago Great Western road by
the secretary of the local passenger associa
tion of Chicago. The charges were in con
nection with two tickets reading to Kansas
City and return, bought in testing the mar
ket from brokers on Clark street at $10,
■when the tarift rate for the round trip is
$25. The Great Western was able to secure
an acquittal in both cases. It ehowed that
the tickets in question had been sold at half
rates in a regular, legitimate way. One wu
sold under an advertising contract and had
been lost with the pocketboofc of the pur
chaser. The other was an employe's half
Burlington Buys in Lead.
Special to The Journal.
Lead, S. D., Aug. 15,— The Burlington com
pany has purchased block 1 of Denver ad
dition to Lead for station and freight pur
poses. It is located near the Black Hills &
Ft. Pierre station and fronts on Main street.
The company will build a passenger and
freight station on the ground.
The Omaha road will build an elevator at
Itasca with a capacity of 2,000,000 bushels.
The Omaha also figures on the erection of
two more with just as large a capacity.
The coast lines are bringing east large
quantities of tea, silk and sugar destined for
the twin cities and for eastern points, which
has Just been landed at Seattle by Asiatic
Washington potatoes will cut much figure
in the potato market this fall. The yield is
big and the quality good. The Northern Pa
cific is arranging for shipments into the Mis
souri river country via. Billings, Mont., and
the Burlington road.
Over 10,000 tons of steel rails have been
laid by the Great Western this year, and the
amount will be doubled before the snow flies
if the mills can deliver them. It is the inten
tion of the company to have a new through
track from the twin cities to Chicago by this
time next year.
Northern Pacific earnings are running far
in excess of any previous period in the his
tory of the company. On this showing it is
considered that, in disposing of its Manitoba
lines the road did a wise thing. The cost of
operating the company's lines in Manitoba
whs relatively greater than any other part
of the system.
A wonderful showing has been made by the
railroad earnings for July. The increase
shown by ninety-four roads for the month
was ?6,551,540. This exhibit is all the more
remarkable when it is remembered that these
increases follow large gains for the last thre*.'
years, and are compared with earnings that
were considered very large a year ago.
Smart Weed and Belladonna, combined
with the other ingredients used in the
best porous plasters, make Career's S.
W. & B. Backache Plasters the best in
the market. Price 25 cents.
I£ You Want to Rent
Your house advertise it in the Journal.
You'll rent it.
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I \ i^^^^^^^^^H health in the scramble for the money there will |
- l^^^^^^^^^^fe really be very little satisfaction in it. Good health i
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||^^^^^^^^^^^^I ence- Active business men and women should use I
I Ripans Tabules even more than they do. Taken i
MttflliiH after meals, on going to bed or when occasion re- J
g^^^^^^^^^^tt quires, they keep the stomach toned up. the appe- 1
dPfvi ***c good, the ; nerves steady and the liver active. |
ttifiiyfflii They are a ■ great preventive of physical derange- I
fil|lill|pT|^^| i> rnents. No matter if you never had a sick spell in ']
ilifl^llllliPllffl ' y^*^r life, it is well to take a Tabule occasionally. I
11-li filll #3 111 HI In ere may be germs of disease lurking in your
F|f'" :J'- II- ft , iit |i| . system .of which you know nothing. Ripans v will
iillll lUlill< If! ye them out and keep you. in good condition I
1111 mentally and physically. ■ |
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TEXAS OIL NEWS.
Revised Up-to-Date List of Gush
ers—Cut It Out.
A curious error has been made in num
bering the oil gushers on Spindle Top
Hill. The Saratoga Oil & Pipeline com
pany has just received a statement
which shows that there are 26 gushers to
date, coming in in the order as follows:
Lucas, Jan. 10; National (Beatty),
March 26; McFadden, No. 1, March 29;
Gladys No. 1, April 3; Higgins No. 1,
April 6; Gladys No. 2, April 8; Hey wood
No. 1, April 18; Gladys No. 3, April 28;
Lone Star and Crescent, May 3; Glady3
No. 4, May 8; Heywood No. 2, May 25;
McFadden No. 3, May 26; McFadden No. 2,
May 27; Heywood No. 3, June 24; Hogg-
Swayne, June 26; Higgins No. 2, June 30,
Columbia, July 11; National No. 2, July
22: Spindle Top, July 31; Ground Floor,
July 31; Gladys No. 5, Aug. 2; Yellow
Pine, Aug. 2; Cox-Josey, Aug 7; Man
hattan, Aug. 8; Darragh, Aug. 9; Cattle
men's, Aug. 10.
Of this list the National No. 2, Hogg-
Swayne, Manhattan and Cattlemen's are
all within a stone's throw of the Sara
toga well now drilling. The Saratoga
well should have been gushing oil but for
some delays in the drilling. But fair
progress is reported again and there is no
doubt about its being a gusher when the
drill gets down. You have still a chance
to buy this stock at 30 cents a share (par
value $1.) Why don't you write or call
for the statement to stockholders? A
new statement is being prepared now,
and will be mailed as soon as printed.
We will be glad to send you that, also.
Saratoga Oil & Pipeline Co., 728 Andrus
ft. BARBERS' SUPPLIES
, AND CUTLBRY.
cTj^T^ shears, Ruiors and Clippers
j*M*f R. H. HEGENER,
<S^^J> 207 NICOLLET AVENUE.
THUKSDAY EVENING, AUGUST 15, 1901.
Choice of several routes between B
CHica-go aLnd New York. Stop. I
overs allowed at Buffalo, Niagara 'A
F&lIIs, Wa.sKir\gtor\, Baltimore, U
or Phila.delphia, via the
I Great %
For further information apply to
A. J. AICHER., |
City Ticket Agent, H
Cor. sth St. and Nicollet Aye.
k MINNEAPOLIS. J
Piles Cured Easily
A new treatment, local application, in
ternal and external, safe, sure, no
failure. DR. WILKINS' PILE CURE
stops all itching and bleeding at first ap
plication; no extras; full week's treat
men^ in each package. IT CURES. Dr.
Wilkins Medicine Co., Station C, Milwau
kee; E. H. "Weinhold, 528 Nicollet; Gamble
& Ludwlg, Hennepin and Third; A. D.
Thompson Drug Co., Ist Ay S and 3d St;
West Hotel Drug Store. Your druggist
can get it of E. H. Weinhold, Distributor.
North Star Dye Works
E. F. WEITZEL. Proprietor.
723 Ilennepiu Aye., Minneapolis.
Telephone <Jl»**-a». •
9k ULiKIaMH BsP^ff^Vß
IjH IB EM I it vf-Jf
NT I I f I 33H
n " Iv i ■ ■ 3 »^s^giq
Electric J,iKrhted— Ob-1 Leave i Arrive
leivation Cars to Port-1 ._ ._'
land. Ore, via Butte Mlssouia, * 10:10*1 :45
, Spokane. Seattle, Tacoiua -- am -' pm -
I Pacific Express
Fargo, Jamestown, Boze- „-, «-»-,«
--man, Helena, Butte, Spokane, •11:16*7 505
Seattle, Tacotna, Portland... pin am
i Fargo and Leech Lake
! St. Cloud, Little Fall*, Brain- 49:05 t5:10
I era, Walker, Bemidji, Fargo.. am pm
\ Dakota & Manitoba
Fergus Falls, Wahpeton,
Moorhead, Fargo, Crook __ .--- mn
Grand Forki, Orafton, Win- * 8 :40 * 6 :40
nlpeg. ' pm I am
"DULUTH SHORT LINE"
■538 gg SUPERIOR t^gs
! 'Dally. fKx. Sunday. '
!■ TICKET OFFICE—I 9 "'"^oV
MILWAUKEE STATION, UNION STATION,
i Minneapolis. St. Paul.
! Office, 300 Nlc. Phone, main 860. Union Depot
I'Daily. fEx.Sun.~lSunTonly.l ArrivoT
t 3:ooam St. Cloud, Fer. Falls, Fargo > 6:lspm
■ t 9:ooam ..Wlllmar, via St. Cloud .. t 6;lspm
< • 9:soam Flyer to Mont, and Pac. Co. • 2:Wpm
: t 9:43 am Wlllmar, Su F.,Yan.,Su Ctiy t 6:o2pm
' t s:lopm Elk Kiver, Milaca.Sandsfne t a :35am
; t 6:lopm ..Wayzata and Hutchinson.. t B:ssam
| * 9:o3pm . Minn, and Dak. Express.. * 7:ooam
• 7:4opm Fargo, Gd. "Forks.Winnipeg • 7:l2am
T 9:2oam|...Duluth, West Superior...lt 6:oopm
•ll:sVpmj...Duluth, West Superior. 6:luam
Sleeper for 11:60 train ready at 8 p. m.
NUitrriEß.N STEAMSHIP 'JO.'S SAILINGS.
Steamship Miami leaves L)uluLa Wednes
days and Saturdays, connecting at Mackinac
I Island with steamships North West and Nona
Land for Milwaukee, Chicago, Detroit. Cleve
land, Buffalo and Pan-American exposition.
LAKE MINNETONKA TRAINS.
Leave Minneapolis— pm, »5:05 pm, t9:13
am, t6:10 pn, +i 0 am, a 9:25 pm, blO:4O pm.
Returning, Leave Spring Park—*l:3o pm, *5
\ pin, t7:25. am. t8:14 am. ja:2o am, c 9 pm,
| 010:45 pm. a Except Saturday; b Saturday
only, c except Friday and Saturday; d Fri
day and Saturday only.
Milwaukee & JiffiHf
Omce._j2BJNlc : 122. Milwaukee Dtpot.
Leave. | •Daily. tExcept Sunday. J Arrive."
• s.: amcago 'i:** Croaße,MilWkeeiMo:sopm
. 3.00pm Chicago.La Crosse.MilWkAe »12:30pm
6Chicago,La Crosse,Milw'tee|» 3:2opm
■u>Dpiu vdica,jo-t'WiiMf Ljinitea *o:2tfam
• ( Chc'go. Faribauli, Oubuque/* 9:2oan\
T 3:oopm|.Red Wing and Rochester.ftl2:'iopm
T 7:ooaiiijLaCrosse, Dub., Rk. Island flQ:Bopia
• 7:soam Northfleld, Farlbo. Kan.Cy. • 6:lspra
t9:00am... Ortonville. Milbank ... t 6:45pm
• 7:35pm OrtonvUle, Aberdeen, Fargo* 6:55 am
T 6;sopm Northfleld. Faribo. Austin! tll:osam
t 4:4opm ....Hutchinson, Glencoe if 9:45 am
Trains for Hotel St. Louis, Minnetonka,
leave Milwaukee Station: t6:15 am, »9:30 am.
•1:30 pm. to pm, *6 pm, »11:45 pm. Return
ing, leave Hotel St. Louis: t7:20 am, t8:20 am,
1 §9:30 am. tl pm. «4 pm. »6 pm, *10:45 pm.
: I'll— C. ST. pTM.ao.RYlll^L—Jl
< Ticket offlc». 4is Xlcollet AT.. Phone, 240 Main
1 +Ex. -un. Others daily. ] Leave Arrive
Badger State Express- )' 7560 10:45
Chi'go, MUw'kee.Madlson } j am put
Chicago— Atlantic Kxpress.. 10:40 pm 11:64 ana
Chicago—Fast Mail ; 0:23 i»m 9:03 aia
North-Western Limited— ) 7:30 B*l S
Clil'ko. Mllw'kee.Madison \ < pm am
Wausau,P.duLac,Greenr:ar : C:25 pm 9:00 am
Duluth. superior. Ashland.. t8:io am ;+5:20 pm
Twilight Limited— ) 4:00 10«30
Dulutn. Superior, ) pm not
SuCity, Omaha, Deadwood.. *7.10 am 8:0Q am
Elmore, Aljcoua, D«silolu«i t7:lO an: tB-tts pm
St. James, New Ulm, Tracy 8:30 am *ios nai
Omaha Express- ) 9.30 805
Mi. City, umaha, Kan. City f am ],m
New Ulm, hlmofe. 4:20 pm 10:35 aa
airmont, i»t. James. 4:20 pm 10-85 am
Omaha Limited- i 8:00 8:00
Ru.City. Omaha. Kan. City \ pm am
Chicago Great Western Ry.
"The Maple Leaf Route."
City Ticket Office, th &Nlcollet, Minneapolis.
Depot; Washington & 10th Aye. S.
Sunday «theri dally, j LCQ¥g fllTiyS Ff3
Kenyon, Dcdge Center. 7:« am 10:35 Dm
Oelwoln, Dubuque, Free- 7:35 pm 8:25 am
port, Chicago and East.. 10:45 pm 1:25 pm
Cedar Falls,Waterloo,Mar-I 10:00 am SFooTpni
BhalltowD, Dcs Moines. 7:35 pm *:25 an
St. Joseph, Kansas City. 10:45 pm 1:23 pm
Cannon Falls. Red Wing, 7:40 am tlO:3s~pn?
Northfleld, Faribault, 6:30 pm 10:2 aam
Waterville, Mankato. )
Mantorville Local | 5-30 pm| 10:25 am
Minneapolis & St. Louis B. R.
Office Nic. House. Phone 225. St. Louis Depot.
tEx. Sunday Others Daily.| Leave. | Arrive^'
Watertown & . Storm Lake ~ ■ ""
Express t9:2oam t*:2lpa
Omaha, Dea Moines, Kan- >
sas City, Mason City and
Marshalltown t9:3sam' :50pm
Estherville Local '.'. B :35pm 8 -40am
St. Louis & Chicago Limited 7:25pm B:osam
Omaha and Dcs ' Moines *
Limited | B:3spm 7:25 am
Minneapolis, St. Paul & Sanlt Sto. Marie
Office. 119 Guaranty Building. Telephone 1241.
Depot. 3d and Washington A vet. 8.
Leave. | •Dally. tExcep£_SundayTl^Arrive.
• 6:4opmj Coast Points.... ]•»:10am
• 6:3spm|...Atlantic Coast Points...]* 9:3oam
Depot 6th and Washington Ayes N.
t »:40am| Dakota' Express If 4:2opm
t8:15am|.... Rhine-lander Local ....[f 5:45pm
Leave for [ Terminal Points. | Ar. from
I :am , Chicago — Except Sunday. I l :20pm
7:3oam St. Louis-Except Bunday. ....
7:2opmlehic. and St. Louis— B:2sam
WISCONSIN CENTRAL RAILWAY C!>.
Office, 230 Nicollet. Phone 1936. Union Depot
Leave. | All Trains Dally. | ArrlTa.
7:2sam!..Chicago and Milwaukee..! 8:60anI
7:ospml.. Chicago and Milwaukee..] • 6:35pm
@» CHICHESTEFTS ENGLISH
S*-<SrtV - _ Original •■■) Only U*.tnljie.
A^LftSSL for CHICmWTER'S KNGIJSh
rr*w**MfSi in KKD »o* Sold a»uM« bosw. msjm
ic\ ST*!*?? wllh *'»• ribbon. Take ■• «th*r. Refuns
1?) fi Wj lUiit«n» BulxUtatioa* *ad Iml to-
I / flj Clona.. Bo «' 7* DroutiM, «r md 4«. la .'
||» JS •ulbim tor P.rtlaoU™, TotlaralaU 3
W JP »nd " Relief for LiwJi<w, >'*»U««*r, k» re
i-\T_* r t«r» Mali. 10.0««TMtiinouUi». toldkr
_ - i all Drnjjiju. Cklohaatar Chwaiaal 0«_
r-e, m*lly n for Oonorrhoe*.
MS^y CUntS \a Whites, unnatural dis
mmßin lto 5 dtji. W charge*, or »ny icflamma
mmCm Oou»nu«i to "^ t.'on, irritation or ulcera
ft> f Vt-' -" -"r"" *l on °' m neon i mem-
B^^TucFwiysPutuintrn "ranea. Non-astrlngoat.
UmoiNCM«MTI,O.H| *ol<l in plain wrapper.
* 2«!^L. LJO& bTexpnj. prepaid, (or
fl^^^Tl $1 00, or 3 bottle., |2.75.
>^^Jj^^Jv-° II Circular seat on request.
Have you Sore. Throat, Pimples, Copper Colored
&**»• -l oh Old Sores, Ulcers In Mouth. Hair
AuiDKT Write COOK REMEDY CO., **
Masonic Temple, Chlcagv lii., for proofs of
cures. >Capital $800,000. We toUolt the most
obsttaate cases. We have owed the wont m«m
hi 16 to 33 day*, mo-cage book Frwk