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Attorney at Uw.
dim wtE H. Ton'&ittt's Stare.
Attorney at Law.
QAM a»er Bank of Worthlagtoa.
Attorney at Law.
Office IM door Math of Wcrttilngtoa
Attorney at Law.
OSes ever H. K. Torrance's store.
Attorney at Law^
tttw over Bank of WortMaitea. ^u,
DLKtt C. CT»AU8KS,
Late ot Miaapapalh,
Attssdsto legal businsH aa« makes colic*
BOOM Lues, Knur.
JgDWABD DOLANi v^:
Physician and Surgeon.
Office 2d door north Nobles'
Physician and Surgeon.
Office oyer H. E. Torrance store.
Besidenoe 4th are., between 11th and
Physician and Surgeon.
OflUee oyer W. 8. Lewis'store.
Or. Cnrrwi—residence on ilth street, Sd door
neztawest of congrecattonal church.
Physician and Surgeon.
Residence and .office cor. 10th street
and 6th ave., two blocks above
QB. J. N. GOULD.
Bates fete ra^ Da*.
OnlvFirst-ClassHotel in Town
Livery in Connection.
(Mod Work, tow Frfee*.
Over Oliver Madison's Meatmarket.
YY M. PALM.
I use the most improved methods
and guarantee satisfaction in all cases.
Night calls receive prompt attention.
JfBBD D. BROWN,
Livery and Sale Stable.
Cfennected with the Western Hotel.
Rigs of all kinds for hire.
Contractor, and Builder.
Estimates furnished for wood, brick
•r stone buildings. (24 3mo. pd)
Contractor and Builder,
Furnish plans and estimates on
Brick, Stone and Wood buildinj
MISS L. SIEVERS,
A full line of.Ladies' Furnishing
Goods. Special sales in Kid Gloves,
Underwear and Corsets.
S. A. Hlldreth,
Bath room in connection. Base
ment of Minnesota Loan and Trust
Oo/s building, Worthington, Minn.
Staple and Fancy
An Attempted Express
bery In Texas Uncovers a
ARDKOBB, I T., NOV. 88.—Last Fri
day Qeorge Isaacs, a stockman living
in the western part of the Chickasaw
Nation, expressed to himself 'from
Kansas City two packages said to eon*
tsifc $88,000. The packages were ad
dressed to Canadian, Tex. About 10
minutes after the arrival of thetraln
bearing paokagee four robbers rods
to the express offloe and 'attempted to
rob the agent Deputy Sheriff MoQee
present and' opened fire on
and in the light that
ensued McGee was mortally wounded.
The robbers were frightened off
without 'securing anything. McGee
has since died. The packages were
opened and found to contain $200 in $1
and |3 bills. Two of the robbers were
identified as George Isaacs and a
friend. They fled in an eastern direc
tion, heeding for the Chidkasaw. Offl
oera are in pursuit and it is probable
that a fight will Oooar in the event of
the officers overtaking the robbers.
Oregoa Hotel Hi flMtbliBf Houao Held
Vp bjr Maakod Man.
BAKKB CITY, Or., Nov. 98.—A daring
robbery was committed here at 3 a.m.
Six men, heavily armed with rifles,
shotguns and revolvers and wearing
masks, entered the Hotel,Warshaus.
The employes and bystanders were
placed undercover of arms while two
of the robbers relieved the saloon bar till
and faro game of cash amounting to
about $1,180, which they plaoed in a
sack.and departed. The fire alarm was
turned in by the offloers a few minutes
after the robbery, which drew out a
large nuinber of people but the robbers
were not to bfc seen, having made good
Grain and Seed.
All Kinds of Produce Wanted.
want 10,000 bushels of potatoes, for
which I will pay cash or trade.
evldenoe was introduced daring the
day toprovethegoodoharacter of
Hirshfleld, nee Bogan. The entire dfy
was spent reading depositions. Thejr
came from leadin«r people of Helena,
ci^r iuid state offidals, lMUikers, Miss
Hogsin's employers and neighbors of
the fondly. All spoke in the highest
terms of her oondnot daring all the
time they knew her. She had always
been regarded as exceptionally chaste
and ladylike in deportment
Wwlilrt Hw gtrilMM.
SAcaAiourro, CaL. Nov. 28.—Asa re
sult of the findings of the court of in*
quiry which investigated the actions of
the stats militia during th» recent
strike, Governor If arkham has ordered
that Company A of the Seoond infantry
and Company of the Third infantry
be mustered out of the service. Dur
ing the outbreak in this city the men of
both companies refused to advance
upon the strikers when ordered to do so.
Vnd Giant Powder.
OROVILLE, CaL, Nov. 28.—News has
reached here of a tragic affair at
Quincy, in Plumas county. Nathan
McDonald inv ted six companions out
to Rockwell Park for supper. When
all were enjoying the evening together
Some one plaoed giant powder beneath
the building and wrecked it, killing
James Betterson and wounding all the
Chicago Attorney Killed.
CHICAGO, NOV. 28.—Edward B. Hil
liard, an attorney in the Rookery build
ing, was shot and almost instantly
killed by Henry C. Hastings, a milk
dealer. The trouble leading up to the
crime is of long standing, Hastings
claiming that by sharp practices Hilli
ard has daring the last flv& years taken
from him about $J, 000 worth of prop
SoatU Dakota Bank Closed.
HOWARD, S. D., Nov. 28.—The Ken
dall Banking company has closed its
doors. The state, publio examiner is
here to investigate its oondition. Its
oounty anil school fund deposits
aniount to $40,000, but the individual
deposits are not large.
•olnntarialy Raieod Wacea.
AKBON, O., NOV. 28.—The great pub
lishing corporation of this city, tne
Werner oompany, has. voluntarily
raised the wages of its 1,100 employes
10 per cent, meeting its promise made a
year ago, when their wages were cut.
Wasted KickM Too iui
GRAMS FOBKB, N. D., NOV. 88.—The
United States grand jury has indicted
John GL Tucker, postmaster at Dun
aeith, for the embeszlement of. money
order funds. Tuoker is also cashier of
the Turtle Mountain bank.
CINCINNATI, O., NOV. 28.—Father
O'Grady, who was to have been tried
next Monday for murdering Slary Gil
martin, has been removed to the hos
pital. It is believed O'Grady will not
live for trial,.
2?S 4-., Xfii- 8s?
LEADING STOCKMEN IN IT.
Money Billed to Themselves
Stolen and the Company
Asked to Settle. T.
NEW Yoax, Nov. 38,—Harry Menier,
a yoong Wnglishman, is alleged to haV*
jumped from the highest point on the
Brooklyn bridge into the river, without
injury, by the aid of a parachute jttt
before daplight,. The affair was under
the auspioes of a sporting paper. Iw
bridge poliee say they know nothing of
the inoident and question the truth of'
lln atOreat VMIa.
GBEAT FALLS, Mon., Nov. W.-VM
was disoovered about a. m. in A-i
Nathan's olothing store. The
will be heavy, probably $800,000, as
stock earried amounts to 990^006^
the store was badly damaged by
and water. Both building Mid at
are fully insured. 'J-'
Bmlta of tike Ftrct Cloimap.'1'
HILL CITY, 8. p.. Nov. 1
thousand dollars is the result of SO
of rock in a 88-hour run of the 6-ii
mill at the Holy Terror mine,
en the rook just opened. The
joins the Key*toae, owned by a
Paul and Minneapolis syndicate. •••.
ALBIA, la.,' Nor. 38^-AN1
oocurred at the Jack Oak ooal
.three miles from here, three men 1
injured. The explosion resulted:
aoommon powder blast Whioh
the gas. The loss to mine
will be heavy.
Secretary Herbert Wants Con.
gross to Authorize Theli^
HiS ANNUAL REPORT made
Three Great Battleships and
Dozen Torpedo Boats Reo- -t
A, NOVEMBER SO
WASHINOTON, Nov. 28.—The MPA$
important reoommendation made b,
Secretary Herbert in his annual repca lj
is that oongress authorise the oonstrw i|
tion of throe great battleships of aboa I
10,000 tons displacement each, to
exolusive of armament, not
$4,000,000 eabh, and rJ torpedo boats I
from 10016 800 terns each, at tlw
Han oi the secretary, to
an aventfe Aof fi70^000.
ttorde of which are capable of spsed' in
of 81 Knot^ while' two of
arithe fleetest:' tettissrs in
the, world. The five Vesssis are
the Marblehead, Columbia, Olympia,
Montgomery and Mlnneapelha One
important change of naval polieyis
noted in oonneotion with the advertise
ments for three new torpedo boats,
soon to be issued. The seferetaiyssys
that no qpesd premiums wiU be iUowed
On these hosts that the premium sys
tem undoubtedly had its sdvahtsges
when adopted, hat the deportment is
nowoonvinoed that the time hoe oome
When, with the experience gained, it
may with profit be abandoned.
In conclusion the secretary submits
estimates for the next year, aggregat
ing $37,885,814, exceeding the current
appropriations by $6,486,188, caused
mainly by the necessity of paying foi
vessels now under contract It is
stated that after this year the appro
priations on this score will rapidly di
minish—falling from $18,269,898 next
year, to $760,000 in the following year.
FOR FREE COINAGE.
Advocates of the White Metal Prominent
in tho TraasmlMlMtppI Congreaa.
ST. LOUIS, NOV. 28.—The develop
ments of the seoond day's session of
the transinississippi oongress have not
been without interest for the advocates
of the free coinage of silver,'who have
been anxious to secure definite expres
sion from the congress in favor of the
Not alone have the minor features,
such as warm applause when free coin
age was mentioned, been encouraging,
but the organization of the committee
on resolutions, with Congressman W.
J. Bryan of Nebraska as chairman and
R. A. Marshall of Texas as secretary,
has been highly delighting. Neverthe
less there is as yet no oertainty that the
matter will go beyond thia In the
ooLvention there is a strong element in
favor of international free ooinage only
and another opposed to any expression
whatever upon the subject by the con
gress. Whether the bimetallists will
be strong enough to overoome both
these elements cannot be told. Yet
there is a certainty that the main
struggle will be upon this portion of
the resolution oommittee report and
the battle will not be of brief duration.
GOLD POURS IN.
of the Tel low Metal la tho New
NEW YORK, NOV. 28.—The World
says: Gold fairly poured into thesub
treasury in Wall street Tuesday. From
early morning till long after the bank
ing hours and far into' the dusk the
clerks, and particularly the receiving
officials and special watchmen, were
working like beavers gathering in the
gold. In all about $28,000,000 came in,
although the actual amount had not
been estimated, and is laying in bags
awaiting the attention of the oounters
who had oome from Washington to
assist the treasury.
ecislon of' Judge Dallas
the Reading Case Is So
Employes Can Be Discharged
For Joining a Labor Or-.
PIIILAOBLPBIA. NOV. 28.—Judge Dal
las has filed an opinion in the United
States circuit oourt dismissing the peti
tions of Levi Hides and othermembers
Of the Brotherhood of Railway Train
men. who desired, to oompsl the reoeiv-
the Philadelphia and Reading
tompany to retain them in their em
jl^, and at the same time allow them
to remain members of theorganlastion.
|bs Us opinion Jud^ce Dallas makes no
ereftoe wluUever to. Attcrney .Gen
eral Olniqr'*, letter on thesujbjeot. In
^Irhidi the latter took the? ground that
receivers were manifestly wrong in
iterfering with the employes as mem
of the Brotherhood of Railway
sinmen, and in which the attorney
general gave as his opinion that the
men had a perfect right to organise.
Tho |Ual Immm,
Af«er reviewi|g the case at length
.jand deciding that Hicks has not made
|out a oaee entitling him to the^ relief
he seeks. Judge Da'lss ssys:
'The real question, however, is not
whether the Brotherhood of Railway.
Trainmen is or is not inimical to the.
general welfare, but whether those re
ceivers should be ordered to retain its
-members in their service despitei the
.company's pre-existing rule to the con
trary, and against their own unani
mous judgment If suoh an order
ought to be made, it must be because
the action to be restrained would inju
jpriously affect the interests the receiv
ers have in oharge, or would be oon
trary to law or unjust to those oon
cerned. If there is any other consider
ation npon whioh the direction ssked
for orald he based, counsel have not
suggested it nor do I penieive it That
the oontemplatsd action isaot unlawful
ZsToo Zlate Bar Amiart.
tion to personal fights but bff
log the public laws. This psrtioular
association is not a eorpoi!atio4 lmt if:
it wss it would not follow, as seanla to
besupposed, that it irould rightfully
insist upon tho retention of its mam*
bers in the servioe of another corporis
tion against its will"
'Judge Dallas concludes as fellows:
'tThsiule complained of by the peti
tioners was promulgated ss loaig ago as
the year 1887, and the leeeivem em
phatically assert their belief, which is
not controverted, that no employe has
sinoe entered the service
la IpwwiM of Ite Kilttwee
or janed the Brotherhood of Railway
Trainmen without being aware that by
so doing he violated it It is possible
there may be a few men—there cannot
be many—to whom the strict enforce
ment of the rule would oocasion some
hardship. But no such case has been
made known and the auswer of the re
ceivers displays no vindictive feeling or
disposition to harshness. I have no
hesitation in relying upon them to deal
fairly and discriminatingly with any
case which may reasonably call for
Olney Has Nothing to Say.
WASHINGTON, NOV. 28. Attorney
General Olney was unwilling to ex
press any opinion in regard to Judge
Dallas' deeision in the case of the Rail
way Trainmen and the receivers of the
Reading oompany, as he has not seen
the text of the opinion.
NEBRASKA RATE LAW.
Jnd|« Bandy Mnkea the Injnnation of
Jadse Brewer Permanent.
OMAHA, NOV. 28.—The decree
Judge Bnndy of the United States .cir
cuit court making perpetual the injunc
tion against the Nebraska maximum
freight rate law, was rendered in con
formity to the opinion handed down
two weeks ago by Judge Brewer of the
United States supreme court The de
cree declares "that the law is repug
nant to the constitution of the United
States, for as much as by the provisions
of the said aot the said defendant
railroad oompany may not exact for the
transportation of freight from one
point to another within the state
charges whioh yield to the oompany
reasonable compensation for suoh serv
ices." The decree also says that the
state board of transportation "may
hereafter when oiroumstances have
changed so that the rates fixed in the
said aot shall yield to the said company
a reasonable compensation for the serv
ices aforesaid, apply to this oourt by
supplements! bill or otherwise, as then
may be advised, for a further order in
Ifonoraent For Bluurek.
DBBSDKN, Nov. 28.—At a publio meet
ing held here it was resolved to erect a
honer of Prince
Lexlie B. Wolfe, of Thia City,
tel at Yankton.
Prom Saturday's Daily.
A telegram tl»ip morning from
Yankton, S. D. announces the burn
ing of a hotel at that place, and that
Leslie B. Wolfe of this' city lost his
life. Mr.' Wolfe wis a portrait paint
er and was at work at that place.
His facoilj resides at tjhis place, his
wife being a daughter of Mrs. J. F.
Austin, with whom she and her four
children have inade their home for
From Tuesday's Daily.
There will be a road bicycle race
from Adrian to Worthington, Thurs
day, Nov. 29. All who desire to en
ter this contest are requested to
hand their names to Mr. Tibbitts or
Jas. Bamage. The Worthington
Bicycle Club will meet at the office
of Bamage St Smallwood, at 8 O'clock
Tuesday evening, and all who de
sire to enter the race Thursday are
requested to be on hand at the
WILSON—At Minneapolis, Nov. 21,
1894, a son to ttr. and Mrs. Edwin
0!. Wilson 9} pounds.
The lad is fat and frolicsome, and a
"heap sight'' better looking than his
pa Ed is getting along nioely. He
says the boy is a natural orator.
m^beit.of aQ in LtraoiBf Power.—Late* V. S. Govt Report
BURNED TO DEATH. •IN DVRAKCE VILE.
Burned to Death ins Ho
Prom Mowlay's Dally.
a tttstt in Wortitiitgtoit
Who is most wottdrotis wise
And when he buys his 'Christmas goods
He uses both his eyes
And when he wants a tip top "ad."
He promises a "V"
He'll sell his stock you may be sure,
That's business, don't you see?
And then perhaps the lucky one
Has friends one, two, and three
He'll stop right there and spend his five
TJtey'll follow, don't you see
Little Jack Horner.
Little Jack Horner
Sitting in the Corner,
Eating Christmas Pie,
Stuck in his thumb,
And pulled out a plum,
And said: "See what a little
money will buy—
.. OF TOYS AND .. RAY HUMISTON'S
CHRISTMAS GOODS DRUG STORE.
Frank Findlaj Accused of Iiift
young man, is stopping at presenit
mth Sheriff Thom« On the 'evenings ,v ,4L
of November 20th, Mr. Yosberg of "4f
Bigelow had 38. taken fjpm
and at onoe supdined Kndlay,
who immediately left for pft^s ^n
known. Howfrre^ a wa^taat*
sworn out Jot his arrest and plaoed
in the hands of tho sheriff.
wandered around forsieirdp,!
finally turned up in Wor
this morning, and was at onoe
in chatge by /Mr. Fuqua andturne
over to the ahmiff. His hearing
set forto-moRoiw at one o'clock.
The fourth general meeting of th
Nobles Couty l%adwrs' Associatioi
will be held'at Bushmore, Dec. 8tl
beginning at 10 a. m.
The president has appointed ay
conductors of the several exercises: 1}
Civics, Miss Ida Dow Schoolmaa
ter in Literatiire, Mrs. Lumm En
glish History, Mr. Ireland Pedagogy,
PHILA HALL, Sec.,
Chicago Inter 'Ocean: Teadior—
Now. Willie, if your nuunma pomiaed
you ten oenta and your papa fifteen
cents, how many would you have
Willie—The ten centsmama pro-,
—W. J. McCOLEOX