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THE AH GITS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 14, 1904.
Partly cloudy tonight and
Friday; warmer Friday.
J. il. SHERIEK,
at 2:30 p. m. SO.
At 7 a. m. l;
Hear Wal tcrson.
Lecture at theatre.
MpKowti se!ls ciial.
Zazaro. Union cigar.
For insurance, E. J. Burns.
Buy a home of IJeidy I'.ros.
Flour, only ?1.10. at Wcckcl's.
Tri-City Towel .Supply company.
For bus, baggage. express. call Kobb's.
MoKown lias -ecwiiJ rwth hard
For real estate atd insurance, E. J.
Hear "Socict " at tlx- II!ini- lhi
I ii v i.ur flour now, only $1.1''. at
Or,!er your fre-h fi.-li at SohroedrrV
tomor ri w .
Fro-h dressed chicken-, duck- and
r.-e.-e at Srhrorder's.
If you c:in't find what you want in
footwear, try I'.attle--.
Call en .MoKown fi r ehoiee hard
coal and best graili- soft coal.
All kinds nf coal for sale at the
Hock Ilai:d Lumber company.
Henry Wat t cison will li.-ru the
"PHI" this evening at t!:- 1 1 1 1 1 i -.
For tin and furnace work, see H. T
Siemon, 15"0 Fourth avenue, union 283.
Good coal, coal, coal, at Mueller
Lumber company's. Iloth telephones.
Clearing sab- of t o-iia rt granite
coffee pot.-, lit cents, at l'.artlett Iu-os.
'I'ln.ne Spencer tV- Trof. for first
cla.-s express, t ra nsfer or 'bus service.
Moline loilge. No. .V,f. . 1. O. I"..
Inert.-, Thursday evening. Work ami
Altelid the el.i.Mig out sale if 1 lie
Leader me stoek. I. a gc-Wa t e rs S In
Mrs. Austin's buekwheat flour is
liet of all. Don't forget to a-k your
groeer for it.
Attend the ido-ing out r-alo of the
Leader r-lmr lurk. I .a ire-Waters Sin e
i'i mp;i liv .
We sell and deliver cheapest to the
li'l trunks. Trunk I ":i -1 r , u'-u Itraoy
r t reel. I )a V en port .
Sin es are not cheap at an price if
i hey o n't suit or lit. Cattle-, proba
bly has what oii want.
!-n't mi-;-, the barb.r ball at I n-
!u-trial hall Thur.-day night. !o-t
limbic. Tickets. (cut-.
liood eolTee. a bit of saie-ai:c and a
plate of Mrs. Austin".- buckwheat
cake.-, makes a perfect brea kfa -t .
Attend the closing out sale of the
Leader shoe stock. I. a ire-W at ers Shoe
com pa 1 1 .
A j'dlv time will be had at 1 he skat
ing paitv at the Triangle park Thurs
day evening. Hand iniisic and a good
Altelid the closing out -ale of tin
Leader liur stork, l.a u e- a t r r ."-11 1 e
coinpa n v .
Skate to music at the Tiiang'e park
Thursday night. Peterson".-- band
llavciii'ort will i! i-eoii r.-e muie I rolii
7 to 11 p. m.
Attend the closing out -ale of tin
l.e ider shoe stock. La g o- a t e :s f- h
m pa n.v .
The V. I. C. C. ot tin- I'nitcd Pre--bvlerian
diurdi will hold their month
l 1 m.-i iii'-. meeting at the church
liioi row 'vcning.
Dr. I. 1-. rurciie. l.li':. .Second ae-
Till-- Old "phone at oftice. both 'phones
t resi ience. Hours. to i: a. in., and
J to ." and T to s p. m.
Attend the fourth annual mak ball
tiiveii by the Flow Shop box s at Ar
inor.v hall .Ian. It. Admission, gents
ii cents, ladies :.'." cents.
The barbers have made special ef
fort ;!t!il have secured the best music
in the three cities ftr their ball at
In In-trial hall Thurshiv evening.
Allen-! tin closing out sale if I he
Wierather. They spent the day in the
vicinity of Taylor IJidge. They brought
home- a score of rabbits.
The infant son of Charles Souders
Twelfth street, between Fifth and
Sixth avenues, fell out of a chair yes
terday and sustained a fracture of the
l.IacK iia.-, nanout. Columbia river
salmon, fresh mackerel, cod fish, her
ring, white fi.-h. trouthaddock, perch,
red snapper and smelts at Hess I5ros.
Mr. Watterson has given the topic
he will present this evening years c
stu:v au'i lie expresses himself in
a stvie mat is ciisiincruisned hv orni-
nnlity. force and clearness.
Henry Watlerson's arraignment of
society will .-et people talking here as
lie has done elsewhere. To miss hear
ing hint is to place one's self outside
of intelligent discussion of the sub
Three cars on freight train Xo. 03
on the Milwaukee road climbed the
frog at the Kock Island crossing yes
terday afternoon and were derailed.
The track was blccked for about an
Don't miss the second annual ball
given by the Ideal Social club at Ar
ui'iy hall Saturday veiling. .Ian. 10.
tient lemeii cents. Ladies free.
Illeiier's orchestra. Come and have a
There will be a basketball game at
the Y. M. C. A. gymnasium this even
ing between the association W. D.'s
and the Augilstana I . s. I he teams I
Receipts of Year at Rock Island
OVER MILLION PAID ON ORDERS
A. F. Ilrady. St. Louis; t. D. Scribner.
Clinton; .7. YY. Kinnev, .lames Kinney,
Uattle Creek, Mich.; V. II. Uoehe.
Clinton; A. C. Waterman. Galesburg;
C. K. Found. Ontario. X. Y.: C. C. Fer
vier, Sheffield; F. Cobb. P.urlington;
C. II. Stevenson. J. wa City; .1. U. Fit-
nev, I'eoria: Fa trick Conwav, liev
'iiolds: T. K. Yan Sant. Kansas City
W. Wilder. Chicago; ,1. W. Schauni
Twenty-Six Mails Received
Dispatched Daily Four
The annual report of the busine
transacted at the Kock Island post-
office has been compiled bv Fostmas-
ter T. II. Thomas.
The postal receipts for the calendar
year ending Dec. .11. l'.iu.;. were
10.17. The receijits for the quarter
ending Dec. 31. V.K). were 1 . 1 1 .
ind it is estimated that the receipt
for the present year will be over .7,-
The money order department issued
during the year Ji.r:74 orders, amount
ing to Sit5.01(i.l.. and paid lio.IMS or
ders, amounting to ."fl.4i2.10u.tH. In
order to meet these pavments the ile-
partment grants this office a letter of
re:!ii on the postmaster at Xew York
amounting to ,UO.00O. I Ins amount i
renewed from time to time when nee-
ssarv. The office is also granted a
reserve of MO.ooo. which amount it i
ithoried to withhold from deposit
ATTENDANCE GROWS AT
SECOND DAY OF INSTITUTE
Today's attendance at the farmers'
institute, in session at Fort Hymn.
was considerably larger than yester
day, and the interest manifested i
throughout the county promises to
make the most successful meeting of
the kind ever held in this locality. Kv-
ery township in the county is repre
sented in the exhibit of corn grown
from seed furnished a year ago bv the
state institute. Frizes are to be
awarded tomorrow. Today T. C. Fer-
verer. oi Mietlieid. taiKCd on llog
liaising and F.reeding;" W. Webb, of
(iniid Hope, on ""The Corn Crop.'
I here were instructive auoresses on
f . i 1 . -v- ..li ....
larming also iv r.. -. uum, oi .Mon
mouth, ami F. M. Farsons. of F.urling-
I Make It Your Business to Attend
. TT 1ZJT i77 TO TG TTT TT 7 TC 9 (
JL JLJLJCw JO JLf ML JLJL JL V O
JANUARY C LEAKING
Leader s,i,. irr'
inpan v .
Felice Ma-Mrafe f,
l'Io-ed i.p sin p vi sten
Lage-W aters Sh
;i aril went
lie was ;iccom
Willis and .lohu
For ovevO iranT
Wo r I d -"Re n o wn ed
has proven to be th Bwt there la for
o wneftmaT n I'nmn ainre
HVABIOUS IIIIUUIHUIIW wuiiipiuiuu.
Only toe aoa auc. bi an arugQists
F. M- Richfer & Co.
215 Pearl Street,
i'Sw New York
are wi-ll inatclied and
contest is looked for.
'I hose who hear Henry Watterson
lecture on "Society" at the Illinoi
this evening may be si mew hat sin
pri.-ed b. hN relation of facts. X
one will have any reason, however, t
regit t having heard the truth.
The officers-elect of Home tribunal
No. 1, Order of Fraternal Tribunes
will be installed publicly at Carsehall
tomorrow veiling. There will also b
an enterlaiiiiiient. to which member
and their friends will be admitted.
Kev. .1. A. Nyvall. pastor of theSve
ish Lutheran church, ve-lerdav after
noon conducted funeral serv ices ov
the remains of .lohu A. Apple at the
home, 7I." Third avenue. Interment
was in Chippi.-iiiucck cemetery, th
pallbearers being" Charles an 1 Fete
oerg. . l- reel!!.--u. .11 tin l eterson
John .lohnson an 1 Axel Carlson.
The three IJoyal Neighbor camps o
the citv. Ma.vliovver. Fa. Hawes an
1 7i w v . nave arrange:! tor a m ml in
stailatn n of otlieers to lie lield at
ar-e hall the evening of next Thur
oa. .Ian. 21. Only members w ill bead
milted. Airs, t . . Jlawcs will officiatt
as installing officer. In addition to thf
lodge ceremonies there will be a good
literary and musical program.
Shipps imioor ir,us. which will bi
at the rink in this city l-'cb. 1 to 0 mi
der the auspices of lllack Hawk tent
K. O. T. M.. is one of ihe standan
attractions on the roail. It is now
holding- forth in Peoria and will short
ly start out on a tour i f cities on tin
Kock Island showing at Cedar Kapids
Auiora. Ottawa. itchita and Topeka
after winch it will return to Peters-
bnrgh. the winter headi ua rt ers. 1
Jirepare for Ihe summer season.
i ndemiiat ion bv the Merchants
l-e.'t A Icriniiial company of property
in ChieagM on which the plant of th)
Lewis Ma nil fact u ring companv is o
i.iii'i: nas rcsitiieii in a -elUicment lor
$r."..onn with the latter. F. .1. Lewis
president of the Lewis company. ha
returned from Chicago, where tin
money was paid over to him. His firm
retains xi 1 1 machinery and equipment
i in i win ;ii once arrange tor ttie erec
tion of ;i new plant near the location
it has surrendered to the railroad
. M.P FREEMAN, OF MOLINE,
SUICIDES BY HANGING
interesting w. h h the designated depository at Chi
ca:: liocv ol I . .VI. I-reema II.
was found in his room at his
homo, .V'.il Fifth avenue. Moline. at
noon tod;i. l-'rei'Uian hail lieen ill bad
temper since Mondav. when he wa
-lightly injured at his vvitk. Y ester
oa loekei! iniiiseit m ins room.
When lie failed to appear for his
meal- too'ax the familv grew suspicion-.
The door was broken in anil
the body found.
SCOTT COUNTY BOY IS
FATALLY SHOT HUNTING
Frank H. demons, a voung man of
a voung man
a. died in a lio
today of injuries
FIca-a ul Yalle.v . !:
pital at Mavopport
received vesterda.v while hunting. His
gun was oiscliarged a ccit :n tally and
the load lodged in his knee.
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY SALE
Hid bovs" letrgiiis.
Min's and bovs" leggiiis. worth "c.
I!i v s" rubbers, worth ."('. :;'.ie.
F.ov s" shoes, worth .SI..V'. -fl.P.i.
Ladies" shoes, low heel, worth .I..Vi.
Misses' sh- e
""It's a little
s. low heel, worth .1.2
shoes, worth "!;l.2.'. 4'.c.
slipper-, worth '.-. -!'c
farther. but it ja.v s."
.1 ii 1 in
Saloon Not ir.
Lambreeht's place. Twenty
street and Fourth avenue.
Saturdav night, every two
It's funny why eople eat pies and
pickles at midnight lunches :ind ex-H-ct
a fair complexion. X wonder
they have to take HcUi-ter's Kocky
Mount ain lea to bring back the bloom
of joutli. 33 cent. T. II. Thomas
The follow fug report show s
public is taking advantage of
efits derived from the regisl ry
Fa reels registered
Foreign letters registered
Foreign parcels registered
Official matter registered
Number of registers for city dis
Number of registers handled in
The work in the cil v delivery divis
ion is shown by the following:
Letters forwarded 22..1T0
Second, third and fourth class
matter forwarded l.t
Held for postage .104
IJeturued to writer .2S2
Letters advertised 1.470
Letters sent to dead let 1 er office. 1.204
Hotel letters .-cut to dead letter
Twenty-Six Mail Iaily.
The mailing department dispatched
20 mails daily, and received 20 mails.
I'he average number of pouches re
ceived uailv is 4j; the number lis-
pal ched. 4s.
The office employs 1.1 clerks, 14 car
riers, three substitute carriers, and
one special delivery messenger.
Ihe growth of the othce is further
how ii by the establishing of four
tations during the past venr
t a lions issue domestic limi
register mail matter, and sell
supplies. J'hey are located at follows:
Station No. 1. 0.-.S Thirl v -eight h
street. .1. M. Keim. clerk in charge.
Station No. ;. 27un Seventh avenue.
. .1. L'iess. clerk in charge.
Station No. :;. !i22 Third avenue.
August Heimbeck. clerk in charge.
Station No. 4. 1101 Fifteenth street.
W. Horti it. clerk in charge.
Tle tirent Painter Achieved
Year of Self Sacrifice.
Turner could not bear to sell a favor
ite painting. lie was always melan
choly after such a transaction. "I lost
one of ui3' children this week," he would
sadly exclaim. At a meeting at Som
erset House it was decided to purchase
his two great pictures, the "Iiise" and
the "Fall of Carthage," for the Xa
t tonal gallery. A Mr. oritliths was
commissioned to offer $rj,000 for them.
V noble offer," said the painter, "a
noble offer; but. no, I cannot part with
tliem. Impossible." Mr. Griffiths
greatly disappointed, took his leave.
Turner ran after him. "Tell those gen
tlemen," he said, "that the nation will
most likely have the pictures after all
Ing before this Turner had matured
a purpose which contuiuea to lie ins
dominant idea while life lasted. This
was to bequeath to his country a Tur
ner gallery or pictures ana to amass
100,tHX) to build and endow an asylum
for decayed artists. It -was for this
great object that he denied himself all
pleasures that cost money, all luxuries.
His resolve, once made, could not be
shaken. On one occasion he was of
fered fHxwmo for the art treasures
locked up in the "den." "(Jive me the
key of the house. Mr. Turner." said a
Liverpool merchant, "and here is the
money." "Xo. thank you," replied
Turner. "I have refused a better of
for." And that was true. F.y his will he
bequeathed il40.lMiO to found an asy
lum for poor artists Ikuii In England
and a magnificent art collection in his
country. This latter bequest was, how
ever, coupled with the condition that his
Itiso" and "Fall of Carthage" should
lie hung in the National gallery be
tween Claude's "Seaport" and "Mill.
We've arranged a series of sales which are exceptional eveji
at January Clearing times. In reading over oqr announce
ments, don't for on6 moment think that because the prices are
so exceedingly low that any of the goodness of the merchandise
has been sacrificed.
That's not our way of bargain giving.
Quality reigns supreme here at all times and in these sajes
you're obtaining the same dependable and sterling grades just
as though you were paying a third or half more the actual worth
of the goods offered.
You can get anything you want now in Suits, Cloaks, Waists,
Furs or Millinery at a great saving of money and at the same
time get a better article that you would have bought earlier
at the same price
The Bee Hive
114-116 W. Second St.
AT THE HOTELS.
M the Harper -- K. I!. Tv ties. Ports
mouth. Ohio: A. W. Dashill. Chicago:
II. W. Flickett. St. Joseph. Mo.: K. 1".
Freston. Dubuque: I". I). Farker. Ce-i
oar uainos; . II. I.'nler. .South l.enil.
I ml.: S. A. Vail. Philadelphia; .1. X.
( ouch. !. uisville. K.; .1. 1. Worsnoli.
Chicago: K. A. Trilt. Chicago: .1. A.
Powers. Chicago; 15. . Willsinl. 1,'iish-
ille; ii. K. I'.rovvn. Chicago; C. . Me-
Cabe: H. W. Williams. Peoria: I.. M.
Levi. Chicago; K. F. Amiorsoii. Minne-
ipohs; I-. M. Uairv. ( hicagi.; M . Oli
ver. .ev loiK; t . Ilooth. t liieago; -..
I. l ard. vv. Chicago: I'. I.. Murray.
Chicago; K. A. Mitchell. Chicago; i.
II. Fennett. ( icnc.-co; C. F. tiritlon;
H. .1. Zang. Kewaiice: A. Carson. Chi-
ago; 11. . McCarthy. I'.ea r'lstovv'n:
W. II. Davvsi ii. Minneapolis; .1. Cant-
vvell. Si. Louis; C. II. Ke -n. .1 eiies j 1 'e.
Mich.: S. I.. Sheer. Ha vv erv ii le. X. I).:
I. IJegan. ( Vvelam!. Ohio; T. .1. XagN
Fr:c. Fa.: A. X. Fort. Feb it. Wi.: C.
French. St. I.oni-- W. X. VH loverii.
Ni u York: F. II. Murphv. Chieairo;
II. Clay. I". lav. Cambridge: C. C.
Saunders. ( ouueil ;iiifT: Louis Click.
Cleveland: F. A. Cutter. Peoria: .1. X.
Frown. Milan: .1. W. Lvoiis. Chicago:
II. Strolz. Milwaukee; II. W. (toss.
Ilea rds tow n.
At the Harms ( lOurojiea i: 1 W. F.
Watson. I Mooiui ngt ou : Ira Stover.
l.ieago; H. W. Long; C. D. Kiohards
mo wife, Icvelaml. (lino; -.. II.
Trump. St. Louis; A. Cveig r. L. C.
S! lie. L. D. AshtieM. Chicago: (Mto
Mev-r. St. Louis; 11. F. Av-r.v. ( "love-
land: .b 1. ii O'P.rien. Streator. III.: L.
Frow i'e?l. C. I. ( ioi'illaml. Chicago;
I". Murray. St. Louis; M. .1. Corco
ran. ( lncago; n. r.. .Morrison, reoria;
L. A. Willy. Chicago: A. F. Kellev.
hicago; L. L. Figelow. Chicago; C. A.
'atterson. Xew 'ork: S. McCulloiigh
ne: wife. i.ilfri-t. III.: .. t.
li id. .1. ( . Mcvms. Chicago; S. A.
Furke. St. Louis; D. ". Swain. P.urling
ton. Iowa; (. M. holm. Detroit. Mich.;
L. Green. Xew York; T. .1. Chrity.
C. Mason. Chicago; ;. A. Larkin.
t. bonis; M. ( . Sawyer. St. Iuiis; I..
L. Spoi tier. M. L. Arthur, ( hicago; D.
F. Hutchinson. Peoria; A. L. Cnivrr.
X. F. Little. Chicago; A. F. llenrv. De-
atur; F. F. Grier. Chicago.
At the l;.,ek Fland -II. D. Fills am!
wife. Miiieilt-eville. Ill Mis nirraino
Fm-hanan. Miss lotns Flower, li-s
Kuth I.vr.n. Mrs. Wiliianis. Harry Wil
liams. Dave O. Fenard. Foltert W. Wv-
nstiel!. Xew York: C. II. Shul!e.
acksou. Mich.; II. McGiunis, Chicago;
The AYiliiiintcott (iinnt.
ihe JAiiig .vian ot v iimmutoii, pojv
ularly known as the "AVilmington Gi
ant, is a rirrte, gigantic ligureof a man
"lo feet in length, with arms extended
upward ami in each hand holding a
long staff in a position parallel with the
body. The distance between these
slaves is 11! feet. The figure is well
proportioned and reclines Willi both
legs outsircicheu. it lies carvea on a
bold bluff of the downs facing the
won Id and forms a conspicuous land
mark for miles round, especially when
the light falls on it at a particular an-
le. There is a similar figure at Cerne
Abbas, in Dorsetshire, and, as both are
near religious houses, it is supposed
that they may have been the work of
the inmates. The slope to the south
of the priory, on which the figure is
our. bends downward at an angle of
fifty degrees, and Ihe giant was orig
inally marked out by removing the turf
und exposing the glaring -white chalk
beneath. In course of time the outlines
became grass grown and could only be
seen at certain seasons, so in 1873 a
movement was set on foot for re-marking
the whole figure. This was success
full v accomplished, the outline beins
plainly marked out bj" white bricks.
Cblcago, Jan. 14 Following are the open
ing, highest, lowest and closing quotations
in today' markets:
Jan., 827i ; S2' ; 827; 2X.
May. s7'K: sr4: Ht.r,: 8V-.
July, H -8; S2;s,: si;.; Hi.
Jan., 44W; 4IH: 441: 44.
MaT. 4S; 477i 4S',fc.
July 47 ; 4T?j; 47; 47.
Jan., 37': 37' : ST-o; 37',.
May, 40H; 4l'4; 4i)s: 4o.
July. 'jH; 361,, ; 36! : Ilii?.
Jan., 12 72. li.72: 12 72: 12.72
May, 13 15; 13.30; 1-.W5; 12.95
Jan , G.e.7: fi 67; C.67: rt.67
May. 6 .i7; 7.05: 6 HJ 6 90
J uly. 7.05; 7.12; ii ..": 6 95.
Jan., 6.40 C.4 rt 27:f27.
May, li C.7- ti 72 6 I i. 0.60.
1);C.. 6 ); 6 SO; 15 70. ti.70
ye, .Ian. S3!-i: May f''i ; flax, N W in; S
W. 9S;.lan ; May 10J: hariey osa.rS
Receipts today: Wheat 30. com is:, oats-
h;?: no(?8 32,000; cattle s.inhj. stieet io.ouu.
Hoii marKet openeo sieauv.
Light, (i soat.us; mixed and butch
rs. f4tt025.ii): (rood teavy. $4.7035.15; rough
(jattle marKet opened strorg.
Sheep market ojieued weak.
Union stock yards 8:40 a. m
Hog market weak. 5 to lCc lower
Light. ti.4024UO: mixed and Dutchers. 4.!o
Hh.O't good heavy, ti eofiif.i of: roueb heav.
came market strcng to ice higher.
Beeves M.20Ci5.75. cows ana nelters 1 -ITH
4.f0. Texas steers Rtor.lt era no
leeders 2 kk34.(5.
feneep market slow and weak.
Hog market closed steady.
Llgnt, 4 40&4 0: mixed and butchers f l 50
AS.05 good heaw. l4.60S25.lln: rouirh hMVT.
Cattie market closed for good stead v.
Sheep market closed active and steady.
Estimated receiris Friday: Wheat ::o.
corn 330, oats 1 10, bogs 29.0U).
New York Stocks.
New York, Jan II The following are the
losing quotations i-n the New York stock
Sugar 125?i,GasJi7';.C. U I. &I 2iv. South
ern l'acltlc H. & O. 7!hs. Atrhison com
raon 67. Atchison pfd. ',. CM. St. I.
142',,. Manhattan H21-,. copper s'.i-'i . W. U.i
Tel. Co. fe7w. La. & N im, C & A. MM. Kd
common 414. C'an.Pacltic 1I71. Leather, com
mon H. K T. 4H', I'acitic Mail .. U.
S. Steel ptd. 57i. i;. s. Steel common Hi',.
"find, iivs. Mo. 1'acitlc Wl-'i. L ulon pacitic
8H. coal and iron E6"v. Krie common 2H.
Wabash pfd. 3w Car lounorv C.&.G.
16V Rep. Steel pfd. 4H,, Rep. Suelcom
We will save you money on
mon e-v. New York Central
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
Run Endi on the Superior Hank.
Snjierior. Yis.. .btn. 14. Tbe run on
tlie s.i villus dejiurtment of the First
National bank, which started Tuesday
uioi-mni;, has entirely subsided. A
piarter of a million dollars was paid
out Tuesday, aeeordlns to Cashier
P.enson. and about $7.".IHX! yesterday.
but the dejiosits were in excess of the
Today's laotatlona on Provlslona. Ll
8tock. Fed and FueL
Bock Island. Jan 11. Following are th
quotations on the local market:
Butter Creamery J2c&23c, dairy lc
Eees Fresh 25c.
Live poultry Spring chickens 8c rer
pound hens 7c per pound.
vegetaoies f otatoes. 5.; to boc
H. J. TO HER.
A. L. ANDERSON.
Safo I.ocitert in South Dakota.
Miller. S. !.. Jan. 14. Itobhers on-
tereil ;. II. Collins drus store. Ixmnd
tho erk. Wilbur tjuirk. hand and foot.
and ion ed niin to open tlie oafe. Tliey
niso inane nim oike etner, ami lie is in
a serious eonrimon. Ihe mu were
masked and made tluir eseape after
looting the safe.
ItoKlIrry at Milwaukrw
Milwaukee. Jan. 11. Tho crand jury
which is probing city and innrty al
leged irret'ul:iritii-s has returnod sev-
ent-n alililional liidiotuients. Tlie
names of those indietitl will not le
made public until arrests are mad"
and the parties placed in the etistodv
of the sherifif.
Car Terry I Mioaing.
Tort Stanb-y. On:.. Jan. 11. Anx
iety is felt reanlitis the wherealiouts
if the ear ferry Klienanco. with a erew
of thirty-fine, which hit here on Jan.
'1 but has not yet reached Conneaut.
The vessel had provisions for only nine
All the news all the time The
H. J. Toher & Co.,
To New York
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Poison Has Its Place
iii all st-nis i,T im-'lii-iiH-. and it i
f r-'iii-iii railed fur in prrrript ion-.
M i- -if!riit. tlii-rcfir ihat no irm
work nm-t l- p-rmit li-'! in i-oniponii'i-i"y
pre-i-ript in-. nor a.- to i.-iiit.y of
Jrii. rmp!o nl.
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and our Jony rccuril of urer.fiil --perieni-.
warrants in f.'ii;ir;mtrriii
absolute a'curae.v a nd jiuritv. I'romjit
delivery of all poods. Send us your
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