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THE MARION DAILY MlItROli, MONDAY. J AN. -7,
Of Aliens Is Pouring Intc
the United States.
SCUM Of EUROPE
Forms a Large Part of the Enormou;
Army of Immigrants that Is
Landing on Our Shores.
Washington, Jan. 7. The fiscal ypni
ended Juno 30, 190(1, produced n rccorc
collpBlng nil former flRiircs on tlio sub
Ject of Immigration, according to tin
nnnunl report of Frank I Sargent
rommlnslonpr cennrnl of linnilurnlloii
'touring, that period the imputation o)
tho United Stales wan Increased l
the ndinlsulon of 1.100,7.10 lmmlgranl
aliens, nnd 65,(518 non-lminlgrnnl
aliens entered Its ports, making the
tothl admissions l,lfir.,.1S3. The In
crease over last year's record was
During the year 12.132 nllons were
rejected. Of those who Intended set
tllng In tho United States, there were
764.463 malcn nnd 336,272 females.
The tendency of Immigration clurlnp
. the past few years to gather Its stead)
incrcaso principally fmm the conn
trloa of southern Europe Is referred
to. "Without cxcoptlon," tho leporl
snys, ,"thp countries from which we
.formerly oGfnTnetV'the 'groatcr part ol
our foreign population and which are
Inhabited byytlje -ny;n nearly akin to
our own, Hnvcj supplied us with small
er numbers duflntf tio past year than
ditrlns 1005-L.IHilhnrV 17,950, England
15,218, Sweden 3.812. Germany 3,010,
Denmark 1,229 aHco'lond 1,111.
"Tho Immigration from Austria-
tollungary atrtounted-to -265,138, Italy
273420, Russia naKKtnInnd 2iri,C6.r.,
China- 1,544, Iflu.an .J3.S1G and Hip
West Indies 13;6.1B. '
The Immigration from southern and
enstern Europo Is a result of general
unrest oxlstlng among tho laboring
(Classes of those sections which Is en
couraged by tho agents scouring the
country for passengers, nnd the com
missioner says more drastic measures
nre required to effect n discontinuance
of these practices.,
That the physical and mental qual
ity of the alicas wo nro now receiving
'Is much below thnt of those who have
como-ln former years ho says Is evi
dent. ino norm Atlantic nnd north ecu
trnl states, together, received 90 per
cent, of the entire Immigration nf 1906,
the 'south 4 per cent. As In previous
years the bulk of the Immigrants
-"were destined avowedly to a few of
the large centers of population, 374,
058 claiming New York state, 198.6S1
asserted they were going to Pennsyl
vania, 86,539 to Illinois and 73,863 to
The report refers to what tho com
missioner belloves to havo been ex
tensive schemes to sccuro alien Inbor
brought to light. ,ln tho past year and
now being Investigated. Tho evi
dence Is nlrcndy nt Land, the report
pays, to show that somo Individual or
corporation Is engnged In Importing
''numbers of Japanese laborers to wot k
on tho railroads of the northwest.
Tho Immlgratlpn commissioner, nt
San Francisco reports that Japaneso
havo been' nnivilljj1 there coastwise
from Honolulu 'ami 'from Canadian
ports nt the, rate, of" 1.000 to 3,000 per
month. The report says "that several
thousand laborers have-been Imported
gundcrnhlsoVislfipvof alio law Is not
icju' Tno commlsslon'et'. reports that on
(ho Mexican .bolder ,Chlnese coolies
nre constantly being smuggled Into
this country frb'rtl '.Mexico. Tho repoit
shows thnt.lt coat,-tho government an
average of $89.9 for- deporting" each
of tho 310-ChJnunGn"licnt from this
country during tho year. Other rec
ommendations iirrvdcRiunnri In nrnvnnl
jj the admission of Chlnnso minor chil
li riren, nnd attaching sovere penalties'
. for permitting- tho landing of Chinese
' Tho commissioner again recom-
j) mends Increasing the penalties on
' steamship companies for bringing
aliens adllclcd with dangerous oi
loathsome diseases and either to en
large the prohibited classes or to
"ndopt means to compel steamship
A companies to niiscrvu in good rami the
SjivTaw whlclf forbids them to solicit oml
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... Bomb Thrbwer Injured Three People,
t New York. .Tan. 7.-A bomb of giant
powder and shot was dropped frorii an
nlevnted railway station into h crowd
of neonlo at tho corner of Second avei
nue and Forty-second street Saturday,
niBhr.T in me ejtnioton unit roi inwci
threw persons were Injuicd nerlously
and of these two probably will die
Thp- outrage wan seemingly dlreetei
against tl)o owner of a fruit store oi
(lie, corner, nnd this man, finlvalon
binllucn, wns ono of tho two dangei
pimly Injured. Tho other was Mnr
niillcy 0 years old, who was makln
'purchase at the stand. A son o
flnlluca was Injured. Tho bom!
thrower" efenped. '
13 Train Jumped the Track.
a Albucmermiel N, AL, Jam 7.- Pnssen
ger traUt No. 8, enstbohnd on thf
Santa Fo road, Jumped tho track on f
curvo at Blue Wator, 107 miles vesl
of this' cltr. Saturday night. The en
"i glnct' anl' U cars-of iho Iroln, ono en
'H (ho heaviest on tuo roau, piungca ovei
1 1 a20-feot embankment and tho cat?
SI U wero pRed uiLlh confusion. Tho onlj
i pffrsohs seriously Injured wdro a mat
I' : eferki; bgagctnan nnd express mos
2 jeutcer. r'who arp no; fatally injtiroil
fu "Th, paMengeni worn all brtilBod, bip
S j wre extracted from the ovcrtulhci
-1 wri-hout aerlo)iitoJttry.
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ITIN EFFECT, NOW,
. .t AM m ju rf lfc - 1- k .K
- aHi '.'t--
BANK WRECKED BY A BOMB.
Two Men Killed and Many Injured al
Philadelphia. Jan. 7. Two mer
dead, u score of others tnjuied, two ol
whom may die. and tho Interior of p
bank building laid in ruins' is the re
suit of a bomb being dropped In the
Fourth Street national bank here Sal
urday by h man who had demanded n
loan of $5,000 for which he could show
no collateral. The perpetrator of the
outrage was blown to pieces by hit
own engine of death; The other man
killed by tho explosion wns V. C, Me
l.ear, the cashier of the bank, who had
been talking to the stranger and had
icfttsed his request.
The tnnu who dropped the hnmb
called upon Richard II. Rushton, prcsl
dont of the bank', and naked for h loan
of $5,000. The president sized him up
as eccentric and turned him over to
tho cashier with the Idoa that the- lat
ter would have him taken from the
building. Hoforo leaving Mr. Rushton
the man showed him a picture of a wo
man and n child with the remark:
"Ain't they all right?" A rew moments!
later there was a terrific explosion J
which shook the building and coin-
pletely wrecked tho Interior of the
Cashier Mcl.car wan In bin ofilec
wliqn tho man threw the bomb and
wns Instantly killed. Willi Uio excep
tion of his right nrm nnd shoulder he
was not mangled. The mo3t seriously
Injured Is William Crump, tho colored
messenger, ,who nicdn ft heroic at.
tempt to seize tho object which (ho
man wan nhont to drop from his raised;
luiini, nut uc wns too iaie.
Crump was operated on Sunday. Ilh
condition iWas biich a few hours nftor
tho explosion that he was reported
dead, but he rallied and the physi
cians operated In an cffoit to save hla
pyeslght. though his eyes will never
regain their normal condition.
With the finding Sunday of the per
sonal effects of tho man who threw
the bomb, (hero Is little doubt left in
the minds of tho pollco that ho was
Rollo Steele, of CJarner, la.
The bomb thrower was found to
have slept Friday night at tho (Inint
house, n hostelry frequented mostly by
working people. The man registered
on J. R. Steele, oT Now York, llo car
ried a grip which ho refused to allow
the porter to carry to the room.
When detectives searched tho room
thoy found several ynrtls of slow fuse,
a numbor of detountlng caps, a re
volver and box of cartridges In thu
grip, ,toge(hcr with a number of tools.
TREASURY AGENTS GOT BUSY.
Goods Valued at $2,000 nro Seized or
Board a Steamship Lying at Ncu
New York, Jnn. 7. Goods valued, II
is alleged, at $L',0C() woro seized Satur
day night on tho Royal Mnil llnei
Tagil!) by treasury depart meut agents'
as tho steamer lay at hor pier In the
All tho stuff wan taken fioni the
barber shop, which Is conducted by O,
Canaiia, an Itnllnn. Tho articles In
cluded mackintoshes, panama hats,
cigars, cigarettes, shoes, sllppeis, uni
brellHH, hosiery, ladles' embroidered
shirt waists, toilet articles and cases
of line perfumery, none of which was
declined on tho custom manifest, ac
cording to tho treasury agents.
Rumors that goods were being
smuggled Into this port on various
Hnem have been under Investigation
by special agents.
Tho Tagua got Into' port from West
Indian ports Friday night.
Lloyd H. Sanderson, agent for the
Royal Mall, declared that the barber
l " right to carry the llno.of goods
v"--- " "!
"Hols not on employe of the Roynl
Mall," said Mr, Sanderson. "Ho pays
J-lf) a tilp for tho privileges of tho ban
hor Bhnp and In addition to acting an
harbor, conducts Iho gcporal ship
store. It was perfectly legitimate, wo
consider, for him to sell Panama hats
nnd othor articles al clothing. Thoro
has been no attempt nt smuggling por
wero any of tho goods to bo landed.
They wcro for sale to tho passengers.
This is a custom which obtains on all
Revenue Cutters 8earch for the Ponce,!
Washington, Jan. 7.-Sccretary "0,lJ "" ,,000f V ,roe "" Ka'
Shaw has ordered out two nddltlonal 1"8t Koro he tHld floor of th flvo
rovenuo cutkirs In search of tho"""" "tructuro foil all the men Wero
steamer Ponce, now sovon duys over-
duo at Now York from San Juan. The
Semlnolo was Btarted Sunday from
Charleston, S. C and tho Algonnuln
from Porto Rico. Tim Mohawk, had
pVovlously been Btarted- from Now
York; Tho three revenue cuttors will
make a search of tho entire route. of
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J? ' '151
r f . ' n m
Were found in a House
at Winooski, Vt.
OVERCOME BY GAS
A Grocery Clerk, His Wife and Foui
Small Children Were Asphyxi
ated While They Slept.
Hurllngton. Vt.. Jan. 7. Through
some unknown mannor. but prohablj
by way of a sewer pipe, Illuminating
Ens entered the hnn.on nf rsnrtn It
Dovlno, a grocorv clerk nt Winooski
BOmo time during Saturday night and
asnbvxlaied thn nntim famtu- f t
pcrsonn, consisting of tho father
mother nnd four children. All were
dead when Oevlno's -- brother broke
Into tho house Sunday, hut It was
thought that tho father had been rous
ed and wan attempting to make his es'
capo when he was overcome, his body
being found on tho floor beside the
bed. Tho children wcro Isabel. 5
i years: Madeline. 5 venrn- Vnnna
yonrs mi Cecilia, 5 months.
A milkman who called at the Devlno
house shortly after 10 o'clock In the
Torcnoon discovered that tho famlly
wns not up. The' man nmolled gas
and rushed over to tho next houso. oc
cuplcd by Edward Devlno. Tho wc
mn ran back to tho house and burst
In tho door. The hall wnn so full of
gas that tho men hesitated before go'
ing Into tho rooms. Placing hnndl',
chiefs before their faces, tho men
opened the door into a bedroom on the
ground floor, before thoy found the
bodies of Devlnor his wife and the two
youngost children. Up-stalrs two chil
dren, Isabel nnd. Madeline,' wcro also
found dead In their bed.
The Devlno house Is not connected
With the gas main, hut ns tho odor
was very 'noticeable about tho closets
and sink drains, It Is bolloved.that the
gas came from a brenk In tho main
and cntorcd tho house through the
Elopers are In Hard Luck.
London, Jan. 7. Tho Dally Mall's
correspondent nt Melbourne sayr. that
Lieut. Ksblpoft and Madamn Ouchak
off, wlfo of Jen. Ouchakoff, of tho'
RubBlau army, who eloped last year
and wero followed to tho United
States and back to Europe by Ouchak
off, aro there in tho deepest poverty.
Miidamo Ouchakoff Is seeking employ
ment as a domestic, whllo the lieuten
ant talks of committing suicide.
Mndanio Ouchakoff offers to agree to
a divorce nnd to surrender her right
to n fortune of U.'O.OOO' which will bo
hern on the death of her mother. She
would then- marry Rsslpoff.
A Bandit Is Arrested.
Huntington, W. Vn., Jan. 7. Percy j
Martin, oi Atlanta, ua was arrested
hero Siiturday night by Chief of Po
lice Dawson, chnrgod with being ono
of tho bandits who recently held up a
Seaboard Air Line train south of Rirht
niond. Martin confessed his guilt. He
delivered to thn ofllccr n $500 diamond
ilng which had been taken from; a
punbenger. Ho and his pal, Richard
son, now In Jail nt Atlnntn, planned
the robbery in Vashlngton.
A Chapter of Accidents.
Naples, Jnn'. 7. Tho North German
Lloyd steamer Prlnzessln Ireiio In
leaving port Saturday night for Now
York wns caiiEht; In a BtrrinK' wind
storm and damaged, 8l;e Was obliged
fo ro-enter1 ,the , harbor and collldod
itlr tho steamer WoKkcf.V Both wero
ilamaged tipd Will b'e.conihfllled to ro
main here three wpclts, forWepalrs.
, Jhree FrCmerp Killed.
Newi York, Jan. 7. Thre flremen
were' killed' during a flroMhoV burned
out th'o Interim- of Hlll'apajieV wore-
orderod out: of tho building. Firemen
Campbell, SIcfert nnd Lennoil, who
Iincl been working within the walls
foiled to respond nnd a siibsequbht
roilridtip of tho lira fighters establish
ed thnt the llirno woro bejyond do(ibi
burled In tho ruins. Sovim other lire,
meti wove ItiJuwiL, Tbo )UHifi oso
was auoui fiuuu.
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Brought Death ami In
jury to Sailors.
DURING A STORM.
One of the Crew ef the Cunard Linci
Etruria was Killed and Six
Were Badly Injured.
New York, Jan. 7.-Ono of her grew
was killed ar)d six others seriously in
jured 'while the Cnnard liner Ktrurln
wns fighting her way through a severe
storm on Friday night. The body of
the man killed woh burled nt sea. The
others injured wcro In her lu)3pltnl
when tho steamer nrrlvcd Sunday
from Qiecnsown. t
Friday night' while tho Ktrurla was
pfowlng through heavy head seas nnd
great waves were breaking over her
deck, tho lashings on the starboar'd
anchor davits wcro torn looao. New
lashings wro put oh, hut somo hoitra
later they broke loose again. Tho
watch of nine men once, more started
forward to secure, them, hut just, as
they completed their task a huge- wavo
swept over, the bow, knocking them
right nnd left. .'lames Walker, nhlo
seaman, was nwept tho full length, of
tho forecastle dce! and down- the
stairway leading to the main deck. Mo
ntruck squarely on the rail n( tho foot
of tho stalra nnd his splno wns broken.
Others of tho crew rushed to tho
forecastle deck, 'which they found
strewn with unconscious men. Tho
seriously Injured ,wero: . t
William Newell leg broken nnd
head crushed; John McMullcn, head
cut nnd right leg broken; John Mill,
Internal Injuries;- .fumes Feely, con
(unions of head and body; Peter
O'Mara, leg- sprained, and A. Urock
hardt, contusions of body. Newell, tho.
most dangerously fnlured. wnn taken
to St. Vincent's hospital when the ship
reached port and. it wns nuld that ho
probably would die. When tho storm
was al its height 'n girl was burn In
tho steerage. i.The mother In Mrs.
Jacob (ioIdsoln ,'nnd after a collection
amounting. $10 liarji been taken up
among the.cbln passengers the baby
was chrlsteuotl Ttirhcl Ktrurla Gold
stein. ' 'U
During- th'- greater part of tho
voyage thn Wsniingers wore kept be
low and noiiir, of'them knew lhat n
deatli had occurred until they wcro
summoned byCnpt. Potter to attend
tho burial sc'rvfYo. for Walker at noon
'8ntuidny.J4V'Walkorljf homo wan In
r.lverpoo!," t'-t ""'
Capt. Totter .3ill(ll!that.Jiovor during
hln many years ns a -seaman had ho
experienced such rough weather.
A Disastrous Explosion.
Rochester. N. Y., Jan. 7. Tho entlro
rront or tho building, nt No. .18 North
Water ntrpet. In the business section,
was blown out last nlrht. Only n few
feet away from tho'Acene'of the ex
plosion tho Salvation Army wns hold
ing' a street meetlng'and a theatre
close 1y was packed with people. It Is
ihellaved tho' explosion was caused by
a dynamite- bomb, which Is thought to
have been thrown Into a motnl chlito
loading Into the basement of tho
building. The chute wns cut In two
nnd tho pieces 'bent nnd twlste'd.
Brought News of Overdue Steamer.
Now York, Jan 7, The missing
bteamcr Ponce, which" Is about a week
overdue at Now York, en- route from
Ponce, P. 11., was safo and proceeding
toward New York' two days after leav
ing Ponco. This Information was
brought Into- porl t Sunday by Capt.
Chapman, of'tho sailing ship Shenan
doah. Chapman reported thnt on De
cember -8 ho slghtou the Ponco pro
ceeding nt her usunl speed toward
Now York. When sighted tho Ponce
wns about "iO miles north of Puito
We Now are In Third Place.
Wnshlnglon, Jan. n. A stnteincnt
Issued by tho department of commerce
and labor unnnunccs that this country
now ranks third In (ho valiioof manii
fnctures entering tho world's Interna
tional commerce, tho amount of its
exports for tho past year having ag
gregated morn than $700,000,000. The
exports have neVor oven approximated
those, ilgiires before, and tho value of
American trade In tho foreign mar
kets, the report adds, Is Iwlce us great
now ns eight ycara ngo,
Killed His 8lster-ln-Law and Suicided.
Portland, -Ore., Jan'. 7; Frederick 11,
Mai tin, of thn Pacific Biscuit Co., on
Sunday shot nnd lujurcd his wlfo, shot
nnd killed Miss Anna Helms, his sister-in-law,
and then put- a bullet Into
his own head.
Firemen's Strike. ) Settled,
Houston, Tex,, Jan."7. 'An agree
ment has been leeched -arid pafiefs
signed for the sottlomeiu of tho South
ern Pacific flrctnen'B strike. The
terms nf settlement . me not been
made known, ..
.Japs Want Whale, reat.
Victoria, B. C, Jan. -.7. Representa
tives of a Japanese cornpanr of Na
gasaki havo arrived hete to contract
for a supply of noototts monthly of
whale meat, which It- Is Bald' will he
used for food. Herotofora whale flesh
has been converted' Into-fertilizer.
Was Killed n a Riot.
8nn Francisco, .Tan'7i In a riot ,ol
1,400 Grek laborer' e'mhloyod on th
llnlttd (slroct) railways . Sunday
Markoa Hotibato wa'lnik ou. tu
head' with a brick and killed,
Ittttrt'a Dytpeptia Tablets letter
LifekM Organ to Normal
A TRIAL PACKAGE FBBB.
Many a BUffcror rrom Dyspcp.la,
indigestion nud' kindred ailments of
tho digestive organs carries armud
tin absolutely useless stomach-a dead
load, and a ccssikioI for ovor.lncrcaa
Ing dlsordeia. The muscles nic seem,
fngly worn out, Iho mucous lining
has lost Its secrctlvo power, and
M,n.i ininii Into the Btontneh lies
Hicre nnd ferments, causing sour
eructations, belchlngs, heartburn,
dizziness ,nnd other distressing condi
tions. Mnny sufferers have given up
lit despair until they havo been In
duced by some Intnrcatcd friend to
try a bus opSluarl's Dyspepsia Tab
lets. Stuart's Dyspepsia Tabids nre tho
dyspeptic' suio and only hope. They
nre a natural resloratlvo or healthy
action to- tho stomach and Binall In
Icstlucs heiwific they supply Just the
elements that the . weak stomach
lacks-pcpsln. diastase, golden seal.
and other digestives.
If wiu arc afflicted with any of the
nymptonis-nbove described, be assured
that your digestive organs nre losing
power; thoy need help ami mere is.
no more scnslliic neip 10 no given
hem than to supply elements which
will tlo the work of digestion for
Stunil's Dyspepsia Tablets have
been fojind by -the tent of reputable
phynli'inns in the United States and
Orcal Britain to havo remarkable ill.
gcstlvo powers, one grain of tho
active principle or theso tablets being
sufflclnt to digest lt.000 gnifns of
ordinary food. It Is plain that n
matter what 'the condition of your
stonuieli. or how far your disease
has progressed, one only of Stuart's
Dyspepsia Tablets taken nt ine.U
time will do the work-give your
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lost bowers, tho .niusclcs will bo
strengthened, the glands Invigorated,
and you will be a new man.
It costs nothing to prove the ef
fectiveness of this cure. Send lor a
frco sample package lodny; , F. A.
Stuart Co. 78 Stuart llldg. Marshall,
All druggists "sell Stuart's Dys
pepsia Tablets at GO cents a box.
A PULLMAN CAR ABLAZE.
One Man was Burned to Death and
Three Persons Were Injured.
Council Bluffs, n., Jan. 7. Louis Do
Larlo, a clerk o tho houso committee
on Irrigation, was killed ind three per
sons wero Injured early Sunday by n
fire In n sleeping car attached to tho
eastbotiiid Los Angeles llmlled train
on tho Chicago & Northwestern rail
Tho train had got within a mile of
Lovpland. In., when passengers. In the
Pullman car Rodlleld woie amused by
smoke. Tho oilgln of thn tiro could
not bo determined, hut It had undoubt
edly been smouldering for some time,
ns tho car vas filled with dense nmoko
which suffocntcd tho passengers.
Louis Do Larlo, aged 2U, who wns
bound from his homo in Lnritinle,
Wyo., to Washington, was dend when
found. Tho tire hiid started In or lienfi
His pertn nnd tho Humes had reached
his body, almost denuding it nnd caus
ing somo disfiguration. Thu l.asson
gera In tho burning car lost nearly nil
their personal effects, most of them
escaping tu their sleeping garments.
Thirteen Seamen Drowned.
Anemia, Italy, Jan. 7. During "n
fitorm Sunday tho Greek sailing boat
Uniiln- went on tho rocks near hero
and was wrecked. Thirteen nienibciH
of tho crow woro di owned.
Three Lives Lost In a Hotel Fire.
Delhi, N. Y Jan. 7. Three lives
wero lost in n fire that dostioyed tho
American hotel here early Sunday.
Tho dead are: William Winter. r.O
years old, druggist; Mrs. Anna Whi
le r, Ids, wife; John O'Connor, 'tailor.
All wero suffocated. Thoy wero per
manent guests al. tho hotel. Tho fire
wns discovered in the apartments of
Mr. Winter and his wlfo on tho third
floor and by tho'limo the flrcnlcn ar
lived tho structure was a mess of
flames. O'Connor also occupied apnrt
incuts on the, third Hour. The other
guostfl escaped hy leaping front the
wlndowii In their nlpht clothing.
To Ralto the Level of Lake. Erie.
Buffalo, N. Y., Jan. 7.---Hn.vlng ills
posed of tho Chicago drnlnago canal
question nnd tho Internatlnnnl boundt
ary line on Lhkn Frio, tho Interna.
Ilnnnl waterways commission will
next tako up the1 question of dnmmlng
the lower end of Liiko Krlo bo an to
ralso tho Jovel of tho lake. While no
dollnto plan has' been submitted to
tho commission, tho- general scheme
In view is to build a gieat ulam or
regulating 'works nt tho lower end. of
Lakn K-le, or somewhere in the Nl
ngaru river, .
A Very Fatal Landslide,,'"
Blngen, Grand' Duchy of Hesse', Jnn'.
7. The work of rescue. In connection
whit tho Piivoln Saturday of the out
ling on tho now railway lino betweoa
Lnmscheld nnd 'Lelnlngcn, when a
number of worknien wiire burled, was
discontinued Saturday night, ftfl a.now
tall of dirt was threatened. Up toJ thn
time of the cessation of work
tlxMIe.'i luuL itcpu, (akeu. oiu.
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. tf! a - - - t
Alv'tlto noftro noldlors In the r'cglilal
army In this country havo been or
dertd to preparo for Jsorvlco in dm
'At fbanon, 0 Henry White, cot.
ored, wns found guilty of tniirdorln
Marshal Gcorgo Bashoro, of Franklin
nnd sentenced to bo electrocuted at.
Mny- ..,.., l
IU ln oxpionwn in m k"""K umiu
nf tho Lnfiln & Hand Powder Co. nt
Pleasnnt Prairie, Wfs.J four porsoiu
wcro killed outright nnd two were fn
Whllo trying to light n- cnndlo Hint
had been used on a Christmas lice
Stella Stelner, of St. Louts, aged -i
vents, cnltcd her dress and wa
burned to death.
Tho largest sldowheel steamer In
the world, built for tho Detroit nnd
Clevelnnd Nnv'.irntlon Co.. wnn launch
ed nt the Wyandolte, .Mich., yard of
the Detroit Shipbuilding Co. nnd chrls
tencd the City of Clovelnnd.
Railway Kings to Cease Fighting.
Portland. Ore.. Jan. 7. NcgoUiitlone
hrd on between James J. Hill ntyl K
ll. tlnrrlinnn nnd their differences hi
the northwest, regaidlng an entrance
to Portland and Seattle have vlituall)
been settled. If an agreement should
bo concluded, I1III would probably
havo unobstructed outiance into Port
,Innd nnd an opporlunllj t acquire
ndenuafo terminal faciiitios. wane
linrrlmnn would rccclvo nlmllHr treat
ment In Seattle, and piobably tho
struggle for the north bnnlt of tho Co
lumbia river would'ceaso.
A Doubly Fatal Wreck.
Winnipeg. Mah.,-Jnn. 7. Six earn of
a Canndlnn Pnclflc passenger Iralll
wore derailed Bunilny 2-" miles-west of
Fort William by a broken rnll. II.
Smith nnd K. Canlpbell, waltein, both
of Montreal, were killed and coven
VasscngeiH wero Injured.
The Ship ls3afe.
Mazatlnn, Mer., Jan, 7. The 'Pacific
Mall Btonmahlp Ciry of Panamii, whlcl
was roportPjd to have been wr.sckcd,
nrrlved here last evening after a
urormy voyauo from Sail Francisco.
Advertisement for Lids.
SiaVil bids will be rot-rived by
the Hoard of Public Service of tin;
City rl" Miiiioij, Slalo ol' Ohio, at
the' ol'lice- ol' wild Hoard until 12
Friday, Feb. 1st, 1907
for l'm-nisliiug itliu necessary labor
ntid luiilt-i-lul for n anilaiy sower
nnd tt-Hai- drain on llaiuo Avenue
fciuitli of Columbia hi reel from )ires
eiit Icrniinus of .st-wer .soitlh 180
feel. Kcrardiiig; to plans, nnd speeifi
citiuiis on lilo in said office.
U'uU for labor and material -must
Kaeh bid must contain the full
name (jf every pt-iv-iiu- or coinpany
interested in the same, and he :ic-t-oir.)iiuied
by n t-i'i-lsfii'iUc of dc
pnsil nf one liniiilreil dollars with
the City Tit-iisiiier ns u piaranieo
that if said hid is accepted a con
trad will he entcied iiiln niiiL its
licrforninnce pioperly secuied.
Should any bid he jrcjected such
checli will ho forthwith reluriieil
In thn I iililcr, inn" houll any hid
he iici-citrd siwli check will he re
tmii"d lipon 'Hie proper execution
anil seeitriujr of I lie eonlracl. llid
ders are leutiiied t' use the printed
furnw which will lie furnished on
st'-nli-rtion. 'fl'ie lijjlil is reserved
to.ivjiM-t any ami sill bills.
Hy mev of the Hoard of Puhlje
WIl.liLA.M KIRS. Cleih.
Star, nii'.l Mirror 1-7-1-1-07.
Advertisement fo'r Bids.
Scn'e.l -hids will he received hy
I lie Uoiud of I'ubtic Service of tin)
City of Marion, .Stale of Ohio, nl
the office. of Miid lWrd until 12
Friday' Fob. 1st, 1007
for furiiiidiinjr itliu ueiicssiiry labor
and iiititerinl for the following sand
stone b'ule.wivlks, JHniue Aveiiuu
west- side, ninth of Columbia streeL
from pii-M-iit lerminus of sidewalk,
south -lc'O feet. I.iitoiiietlo street,
cat side from liciiuett to York
street, Mary stnnt both sides from
Silver to 'fully Mrci'ls, ficconliiw to
plans and spccific.'.lious on file in
tS'nls for lnboi- and material 'must
be hi' in rale mid hidders nro rciiiiicd
to state explicitly the. kind of stone
tv be iHt'd, mill tu furuihli .siinv;)le
of thu siiiue.
Each hid-nuHt contain thp full
name of, every person or siiupiiny
int,Dieslcd in tle same, nnd he no
coii'i iniiied hy- n cerljficali! of do
posit of oic hundred dolhivs with
the City Treasurer as n s'linranleo
that if Hiiid hid is ai-cepted u eon-tnii-i
wil' 'ho enloied- into -Hid is
performance properly set-.uivd.
Plioiitd liny hid ho'ircje-elt'd such
check will t he forthwith ralurin.'d
to tjuv hXIdor, nrd, s)iotild any 1jd
he. iH'ftipted such dinck will, he ro
turned upop, dlio protper execution
nnd secilrinjj'iif lln) oontruct. Bid
ders 'arc required to use, tno printed
forms vyh't'h will ile furnish,utl on
application. 'Jfie riirht is resomed
td. reject nny and all bids.
By iriu?v oi the Board tit Pulillti
ti'fl-jvte, , ' .
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US FOR iBlT
Wo aro utill Boiling cholewt
home tklllcd and nicoly dress
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tachments " at prices thaljte
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the right price, wo aim to main
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There is one thing
makes an extra
Whatever js bostin
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The best nrdhraciteHfujUiHigh
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