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TI1E OMAITA' DAILY PEE: FRIDAY, NOVEMBER R. 1003.
I iie Oonnoll Company I Young Men's and Small Men's So LMr mm SIZES 30 io 34. AGES 16 to 20. A remarkable bargain giving event. . A grand clearance of odd suits from our reliable lines that have become broken in sizes. REDUCTION OF 40c, 50c AND 60c ON THE DOLLAR. ODD SUITS... In cassimcres, worsteds and cheviots; every suit guaranteed thoroughly well made; a few hand tailored suits in the lot Sold for $15-00 and $16.00. Trice Don't Overlook this Bargain in Suits; Only 200 J5c 69c Choice Friday and Saturday of any knee trousers that sold up to 35c a pair, for Sample line of men's and young men's hats, for quick sale, hats that sold up to $2.50, for , YOU KNOW THESE SALES ARE FACTS. Bargain Square, Harney St. Entrance CLOTHING DEPARTMENT. NANCE PRAISES NEBRASKA Former GoTeimr Return for Visit to Bit 0 d Bta'.a. SEES EVIDENCES OF GREAT PROGRESS Harry D. Laadls of toward Coaaty gaeeeeds E. W. Xelaoa as Depaty Clerk of the lapr.a Coart. (From a Staff Correspondent.) LINCOLN, Nov. 5.-8peclal.)-Ex-Oov-ernor Nanca of Chicago, who was Ne braska' chief executive from 187 for tour years, la In the cly, the guest of h1 daugh ter. Thli morning he called at the state house to see Governor Mickey, but the latter had gone to York to attend tha ded ication of a Methodist seminary. In yeara gone by Governor Nance was a member of the firm of Mickey, Morrill at Nance, doing business In Poik county. Two members of the firm became governor of the state, and Mr. Morrill was recently appointed a mem ber of the BU Louis fair commission, but resigned after serving a short time. He Is prominent In state affairs and resides here, Governor Nance Is much pleaded with the growth and progress of, Nebraska. "On every trip I make to the state," he said, "I of revenue," Is broad enough to Include provisions for special assessments. A taxpayer who has compiled with the provisions of section 144, article I, chapter Ixxvtl, compiled statutes 1M1, may bring an original action against a city or county to recover Illegal taxes paid without filing his claim' before the rlty council or Board of County Commissioners. Visit Ceaeldered gliraldeaat. NEW ORLEANS. Nor. I Considerable Importance Is attached to the visit here of Messrs. Adam nuellnch and W. Blenjder- stetn, prominent bankers of Amsterdam and London, who are larg'ely Interested as stockholders In the Kansas City Southern railroad. They are understood to be looking into conditions In connection with an ar rangement between the Kansas City South ern andMhs Red River Valley road whereby the Kansas City Southern may find an out let to New Orleans. Its present gulf port Is Port Arthur. The Red River Valley will shortly have a through line from Shreve port to New Orleans, and has been planning for a steamer line to Europe, f JEALOUSY ENDS IN SHOOTING I Fremont Woman Aocue Another of Being .. ci -Too Atta.W tftBoaband. . j FIRES THREE SHOTS AND ALL HIT MARK i -yVeeads Are All la tha Tblgk aad I ' Nana Likely to Prove Daager- aae Shooter la Takest ta Jail. the home of Frank O. Stephens last night. the occasion being the club's third au tumnal banquet. The banquet and the toasts were above the usual standard, but the climax of the evening came When the host called up the absent members and re ceived wireless messages .'rorh them.. A telegraphic sounder had - been Ingenously concealed on the table and 8.S the names of absent members were called the sounder merrily clicked off greetings from them. 1 j 'I FREMONT, Neb., Nov. .-Special Tele-ram.)-Mrs. Charles Depew fired three Shots at a neighbor, Mrs. Elmer Berry, this afternoon, each penetrating the fleshy part of the thigh, and she is now in the county Jail awaiting a preliminary hearing. The shooting occurred about 3 o'clock on the street near Mrs. Depew's home, 461 West Jensen The Berry ' family lives only a block away at isl West South street, and the two .women have not been on the best tif torma for some time. Mrs. Depew cliUms that the Berry woman has for some time paid too much attention to her husband and that h this week took her to a dance. This afternoon Mrs. Berry and a neighbor, Mrs, wtaiav aiders, were coming across the street neVr the Depew place, when Mrs. nDew came out hurriedly, with a shawl over her head. Mrs. Blders says she ap seared much excited. She held the shawl about her with her left hand and the other on was under It. The two had some talk, Mrs. Depew accusing Mrs. Berry of going with her husband, and the latter denying that she had over accompanied him to dance. - The Depew woman then pulled a revolver out from under her dress and fired three shots, each taking effect. Mrs. Berry - dropped to the ground, screaming "Mur der!" Ehs was assisted home by Mrs. Blders and the police notified and Mrs. Depew ' and her baby taken to the county JalL Mrs. Berry's wounds are not serious. but painful. The bullet entered the fleshy part of the leg and did not reach the bone. Her husband ta a laboring man and Is away from home moat of the time. Mrs. Depew Is ataut (0 years of age. She has always borne a good reputation, and Is said to be a woman who stays at home and attends to her own affairs. She and Depew don't get along very harmoniously together. She i serts her husband pays more attention to the Berry woman than ho does to her, going to dances with her and out walking at late hours. She Is not Inclined to talk Very much about the cause of the shooting. LEGISLATIVE PAY IS SAFE aarctae Coart Halda 'the Constlta- tloaal Anteadmeat Was Le gally Adopted. LINCOLN, Neb., Nov. B.-(Speclal Tele gram.) Members of the legislature will con tinue to draw their $5 a day for sixty days so far as Judge Ryan and the constltutlon- lity of the constitutional amendment au thorising them to do so Is concerned. The supreme court late this evening handed own an opinion reversing the decision of the lower court and dismissing the case. The action to test the constitutionality of the amendment was brought by Judge Rynn during tho session of the late legislature. at which time it created a panic among the members, who feared that they would be compelled to accept $3 a day for forty days. as provided under the original constitution. In the proceedings today the court taxed the cost of the suit brought by Far.rls against County Clerk Frye to compel him """w to recoerni,. both the rtm,w-r.. .,, . th tatute. but the, county ullsts on the official ballot by separating them at the head. As soon as the suit was brought the county clerk at once had tickets printed as requested. College Society Baaawet. CRETE, Neb., Nov. S. Special.) The members of Alpha Omega, a college debat tng fraternity, were royally entertained at To be aure of the boat Bm I 1 ' glaaaware, thai ia, the ' B g IB ' uott nearly Daw. R B B H Was, moat carefully H H V B and artutically cut, tg I always go to the SI I I dealer that handles I 1 Dorflinger Glassware i I j aad looV lor the B I . above trade-stark l label oa each pteca. lVs M WLwm in r rr A Alexander Ferguson, of Gillman, Ind., is as vigorous, hale and hearty as when 35 years of age. He has a good appetite, perfect digestion, sleeps well and is HALE. AT 115 YEARS, Thanks to Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey. Mrs. Martha Fergu- BOUND TO PUTAN END TO LIFE Buffalo Coaaty Maa Makes Fall a re of First Attempt, hat Incroeda la Secoad. KBARNET, Nob., Nov. t. (Special Tele gram.) Hans Voes of Schneider township made a successful attempt at suicide yes terday. He was found by a member of 'his faml!y hanging In a corn crib, a rope round his neck and fastened to the rafter above. He was at once cut down and though life was not extinct It waa almost so. Physi cians succeeded In reviving the man. hut later In the day he got hold of a box of parla green and swallowed a large quantity of It. The doctors succeeded In emptying ma stomacn, but in a short time Mr. Voss was dead. Voes' act was the result of In sanity. Almost two years ago he was sent to the asylum at Lincoln, but after Hin kept there lefci than a year was discharged ana seni nome. find evidence of progress and prosperity. It is growing wonderfully and In the east ern part of the state I see the finest farm lands In the world and farmers who are progressive ' and who are getting their places improved each year. The progress being made by the state Is material and It will continue." The ex-governor spends his winters In ths south and he stated that that part of the country waa attracting a large num ber of Immigrants and was fast building up and becoming rich. Landls Saeeeeds Kelson Harry D. Landls of Seward has been ap pointed deputy clerk of the supreme court o take the place of E. W. Nelson, re signed. Mr. Landls was In the land com mlssloner's office under 1 Commissioner Wolfe and later read law and was admitted to tha bar. Mr. Nelson resigned to be come manager of the FltzQerald dry goods store. Overrates Porter's Demarrer, It Is beginning to look as It former Sec retary of State Porter would have to put back that marks and brand money, judge Holmes this morning sustained the de murrer of the state to Porter's answer In the suit brought to secure the money for the state. Pass oa Tax Law Sale. The attempt of Valley county to foreclose on property bought at a tax sale waa un successful, the supreme court holding that a uounty cannot foreclose without a sale nrst having been made by a county treasurer, The county brought foreclosure proceedings against Muggls B. Mllford and her husband to foreclose a lien for taxes upbn certain property in the town of Ord. The first cause of action was upon sale certificates issued by the county treasurer upon sales made to the county after the property had been offered at public tax sale and re malned unsold for want of bidders. An' other cause of action waa an attempt on the part of tho county to foreclose its general lien for taxes without a sale having first been made and a certificate issued. .The demurrers of defendants were sustained as to the first and second causes upon the grounds that the statute of limitation had run as to the tax sale certificates Issued to the county. It was overruled as to the third, fourth and fifth clauses, and the ac tion was dismissed as to the first and sec ond, and a decree of foreclosure as tO the third, fourth and . fifth causes' of action. Both parties appealed and the questions presented are: Can the county foreclose a Hen for taxes without a sale In- due form having first been made by the county treas urer and a certificate Issued, and, second, does the statute of limitations run against the county In a proceeding to foreclose its Hen after purchase at tax sale and the Is suance of tax sale certificate In accordance with the law? The opinion of the court, written by Com missioner Kit kpa trick, said: "A county cannot foreclose Its lien for taxes without a sale first having been made by the county treasurer and a certificate of tax sale is sued thereon. "A foreclosure proceeding upon a tax sale certificate by a tounty must be brought within the time limited by section 1. article Iv, and section 2, article v, chapter Ixxvtl. Compiled Statute. The five-year limit within which fore closure proceedings upon a tax sale certifi cate must be brought does not commence to run until the expiration of the two years within which the tax debtor may redeem from the sale. "The county's Hen for taxes Is not di vested by the failure of the county to fore close Its tax lien within the time limited by may again our. chase at tax sale for the years covered by iia prior purcnase. Railroad's Title Good. The supreme court has reaffirmed a da. clslon against W. H. McLucas and others who claim title to an elevator site on the right-of-way of tho St. Joseph oY Grand isiana railway company In the town of Falrbury. The raifway company brought suit In the district court tJ recover pos session. The defendants asserted title by adverse possession and proved exclusive occupancy under claim of right for fir teen years. The trial court, however, held that the statute of limitation had no ap plication to the case and gave judgment In favor of the railroad. This Judgment was reviewed and affirmed by the supreme court and Is now reaffirmed, the opinion being written by Chief Justice Sullivan. The plaintiff acquired Its right-of-way by an act of congress and It contends that the Implied condition upon which the grant was made necessarily excludes the theory that a private Individual or corporation may obtain title to any portion of such niuL-ui-wa; vj auroras possession or otherwise. Raaaway Coaal Intercepted. FREMONT. Neb., Nov. 6.-8peclal.)- Rolla Boulter and a young woman by the name of Scott of Oedat Bluffs, were de tained here on the request of young Boul ter's father by Chief of Police Daugherty. Mr. Bouller telephoned to the chief that his son, who Is 20 years old, and the Scott girl were eloping to Omaha and to de tain them when they changed cars here, which he did and the young couple were bilged to go back home. Toung Bouller ia a son of ex-Representative Bouller of Sanuders county, and his would-be bride, who Is an attractive girl, claims to bel8 years of age, but looks younger. Beatrice Baak Block nearly Complete. BEATRICE Neb.. Nov. S.-(8peclal.)- The new Beatrice National bank block, which has been In course of erection here since last spring, is about completed and it will be ready for occupancy about De cember 1. It Is probably the most modern bank building In southern Nebraska and will cost about 130,000. CASE ENDS JN CONVICTION Former Secretary af Political Clab Seat to Prlsoa for Election Fraad. ST. LOtTIS. Nov. t The case of Adolph Fein, former secretary of the Hebrew branch of the Jefferson club, a political or ganisation, ended late today, after three days of trial In the United States district court on charges of aiding and abetting in naturalisation frauds. Fein was sentenced to five yeara In the penitentiary and fined $1,000. After the adjournment of court Mrs. Fein severely pummelled Abram Oottesman, a witness, as he emerged from the courtroom. It was with difficulty that friends succeeded In dragging Oottesman away. Fein will be taken to the penitentiary within a day or two,' as there is no appeal. Aaaaaacrmcati of the Theaters. Clay Clement will return to Omaha after an absence of several years, appearing at the Boyd this evening In his original sue. cess, "The New Dominion" In this piece Mr. Clement assumes the role of a German baron, who hides hla nobility behind his character as a botanist. He ia unex pectedly disturbed la his studies, being en gaged on an examination of the flora of Virginia, when he is compelled to take up local anthropology for the tlirua being. His presentation of an educated German, with Incidental difficulties la handling the Eng. llsh language). Is one of the best things sver shown In the stage.. iMrs. Clement Is still appearing ,withtha -company-. as tha young Virginia girl Who wins the student's heart. The engagement lasts over Sunday matinee. ' ' '. , One of the features that ia making pleasing impression at the Orpheum this week Is Paxton's Art Studies, a series of living pictures reproducing masterpieces of famous artists. The young women who pose as models' are attractive and do the work cleverly. The bill as a whole Is scor ng well to very large audiences. The next matinee will be given Saturday. Hired Maa a Gooa Collector. PLATTSMOUTH, Neb., Nov. .-(8peclal.) A farmer named Etherton. who reairio Just across the Otoe county line near Union, passed through Plattsmouth on his way home with a valuable team, which had been taken from his premises a week ago by his hired man. He stated that he had frequently let the man have the team to go to Union or Nebraska City. He asked permission to take the team and go to Plattsmouth. stating he desired to be ab sent two or three days. Four days elapsed, when the owner received a letter from hla hired man stating that he had gone else where to seek employment and that he had left the team with a farmer near Laplatte. Mr. Etherton found that the man had bor rowed Ho oa the team, which waa the amount due him from Etherton, so he pMd the bill and secured his team, but did nut report the matter to the authorities. Dry Goads Store Reeked. FREMONT, Neb.. Nov. J.-8pecieJ.)-Ilenry Gumpert's dry goods store waa en tered by burglars last night and several hundred dollars worth of goods, com 1st ng principally of silks and the higher grades of dress goods, taken. The burglary a not discovered until the store waa opened this morning. The officers are of the opln ma mat a wagon was uaea ta take away the goods and that probably several per. sons had a hand In It. The vaiua of the goods Uka may reach i,9u0 Caaaat Tax Wlthoat Beaeflta. The supreme court has decided that low. wet. swampy lands, totally unfit for Irri gation, cannot be taxed for Irrigation pur poses. Harvey is. Andrews and others were owners of such land and the Lillian Irrigation district attempted to bring the lands within the district for taxation. The former Judgment of affirmance of the court Is vacated and a Judgment of the district court is reversed and the cause remanded for further proceedings. Bryea ta Make Stateaaeat. W. J. Bryan Is on his way to New Haven, Conn., where he will aaln take part In the proceedings connected with the Bennett will. Mr. Bryan has prepared a complete statement of this rase and it will appear In tomorrow s Issue of his weekly paper. Omaha Loses a Palat. The Judgment In the district court has been affirmed in the case of Helen Hodg. skins agalnat the city of Omaha, In a suit involving spectsl assessment. Commissioner Oldham's opinion says: "The provisions of action 14. article I, chapter Ixxvll, com piled statutes ltcl. apply to special assess. ment as well as to taxes levied for gen eral purposes, and that the provisions of this section were made applicable to cltle of the metropolitan class by the repeal of section t of the charter of metropolitan cities In 191." The title, "An act to provide a system What They Demand. Headache, liver complaints, bowel dls orders demand Dr. 1'. lug's New Life I'lila. TUey are gentle, but cure or no pay. iSo For aale by Kuhn aV Co. "I am now going on my lir.th year, and 1 feel as strong an my youngest snn, who Is rinw past 35. I have worked hard all my life, and am working yet. I get around my place to see that every thing goes right. Some years attn 1 began tak ing ni'KFY'8 PURE MALT WHISKEV. and 1 know It la tnia great medicine that has pro- lmieed my life, llefore taking DUFFY'S PURE MALT WHIS KEY I did not sleep well. Now l have per fect rest at night. Every morning and every evening 1 take It, and I always have a good appetite and per fect digestion. I ex- rry's Is) the greatest meaicine ever made for o'.d folks, and we always havo and always in tend to have a bottle of it in tne nouw. ... ALEX. FlSKUl'suw, uii:man. inu. ) ; Mil. AI.KX. r KRG1 SOS, 113 Years Old. pect to live many years yet. 'Duffy Son, aged 78 years, wife of this old man, says: "Alexander Is cer tainly an old man, but he seems to be as young as he was fifty years sgo, and the amount of work he does surprises me. Some years ago he waa troubled with not belna; able to sleep well, and it was then that he began taking Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey. Now be sleeps Just like a baby and eata hearty. I al ways take some of the whiskey mornings and IX e 4 V . g Z I . ; L 1 . a MRS. FERGl'SO, TO Yeara Old. evenings when he does, and It certainly ha none me a wono t good. 1 am certain that Alexander would not be In the pTfect health he now is It It wasn t for Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey." DUFFY ALT U Is Invaluable for overworked men, delicate women and sickly cniiaren. ii ' -J--"- - - - f BOO?thceu'resh SW-aSS SnUWlM hnt and lungs. Indigestion, dyspepsia and every lorm ot stomacn irounio: nervuunn-.. malaria and all low fevers. It Is an abso lutely pure, gentle and Invigorating stimu lant and tonic; builds up the nerve tissues, tones up the neart, gives power to the brain, strength and e'.asticity to the mus cle and richness to the blood. It brlnsjs Into action all the vital forces and enables you to get from food all the nourishment it contains. Duffy's Pore Malt Whiskey, contiUns no fusil oil and Is the only whis key recognized by the Government a a mtdlclne; this is a guarantee. 7,000 doctors prescribe and 2,000 hospitals use "Duffy s exclusively. If you wish to keep young, strong and vigorous and have on your cheek the glow of perfect health, take DUFFY'S PURnl MALT WHISKEY regularly, a tableepoon ful In a glass of water or milk, three times a day, and take no other medicine. It is dangerous to fill your system with drugs that poison the system anddepress the heart. DUFFY'S PURE MALT WHISKEY tones up and strengthens the heart's action and purities the entire eytem. DUFFY'S PURE MALT WHISKEY has stood severest tests for fifty years and has alwavs been found absolutely pure and to contain great medicinal properties. FORECAST OF THE WEATHER Promise ot Fair Friday aad Satarday with Warmer Satarday, la Hebraahev. WASHINGTON. Nov. I Forecast For Nebraska and Kansas Fair Friday and Saturday; warmer Friday. For Iowa Fair Friday, with warmer in west portion; Saturday, Increasing cloudi ness and warmer. , For Illinois Fair Friday; Increasing cloudiness and warmer Saturday. For Missouri Fair Friday, and Saturday; warmer Saturday. For North and South Dakota Partly cloudy and warmer Friday; Saturday, rain or snow and cooler. For Oklahoma and Indian Territory Fair Friday and Saturday. For Colorado Fair Friday and Saturday. For Wyoming Fair Friday; rain and cooler Saturday. For Montana Fair in east, rain In west portion Friday; Saturday, rain or snow and cooler. Local Record. OFFICE OF THE WEATHER BUREAU. OMAHA, Nov. 6. Official record ot tem perature and preclpatlon compared with the correesponaing aay or me last mree years: 1903. 1902. 1901. 1900. Maximum temperature... 4 44 40 68 Minimum temuerature.... M 84 24 41 Mean temperature 42 39 3 2 60 Precipitation w . Record of temperature and precipitation at Omaha for this day and since March 1, 19(13: Normal temperture 44 Deficiency for the day 2 Total excess since March 1 113 Normal precipitation 04 Inch 1 Mflrlinrv for the day 04 Inch Total rainfall since March 1....31.91 Inches Excess since March 1 3.68 Inches Deficiency for cor. period, 1902.... 2.4J inches Deficiency fur cor. period, 19ul.. 1.00 Inches Report from Statloaa at T P. N WEATHER. CONDITION OF THE a "3 : c : 3 r : : 3 i a :? Omaha, clear Valentine, clear North Platte, clear , Cheyenne, clear Salt Luke City, partly cloudy. Rapid City, clear Huron, clear Wllllaion, clear Chicago, partly cloudy St. Louts, cloudy St. Paul, clear Davenport, clear Kansaa City, cloudy Havre, partly cloudy Helena., cloudy - Hlamarck, partly cloudy Galveston, clear 42 38! 42 44 6.' in t'l Ml to 40 4si 4i 6JI 1 6A .00 ki .00 44; .to 72 .00 T Indicates trace of precipitation. L. A. WELSH. Forecaster. laeeraerat Mew Railroad. PIERRE, 8. D.. Nov. I (Special Tele gram.) Articles of Incorporation were died with the secretary of state today for the Clack HUla Wyoming Railroad company, CAITIOT-Wara yoa ask for Dairy's Pare Malt Whiskey, be sore yoa vet the arenalne. I'aserwpeloaa deal ear, mladfal of the excellence ot this preparation, will try ta sell yaa cheap Imitations aad malt whiskey aebstltetes, which are pat oa tho market for proflt only, aad which, far from relieving: the elck, arc pos itively harmful. Demaad Daffy's" aad be tare to siet It. It la tha oaly abaolotejy pare Malt Whiskey which contains medicinal, health alvlna aaalltlea. Daffy's Pare Malt Whiskey la sold la scaled bottles ooJ. never ia flask or balk. Look for the trade mark, the "Old Chemist," oa the label, and he certain the seal aver the cork Is aabroken. Beware of reftlleU bottles. The genuine Is sold at all druggists' and grocers', or direct, Jl.uo a bottle. A valu able medical book containing symptoms and treatment of each disease and many testimonials will be sent free to anyone who will write Duffy Malt Whiskey Co., Rochester, N. Y. uGDflD GDILJ ""N TT"! "' " T "N Tf Still hale and hearty. The greatest wonder is not how people manage to live to the age of 100 years, but how by their present habits so many live to be even 80. Study the laws of health and observe them. Don't eat twice as much as you need. Make your diet of O Li UUU rJIIEAT FLflliE CELERV all That will net abuse your stomach. Take plenty of leg exercise, refreshing sleep, outdoor air, and be determined to live 100 years. You will make it. Palatable nutritious Easy of Digestion and Ready to Eat mm My llfaatar as eaery aaea-ege. Df. Price, tho creator of Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder and Delicious Flavoring Extracts. A aook book containing 78 exoellent reoelpts for aslng tho Food Mailed free to ax address. Prepared by PRICE CEREAL FOOD CO,, Food Willi. BATTLE CREEK, f'iCH., Main Offlcat, CH1CAS3. lo) in isSiffl mm Announces the Opening of the Nov; Short Line to St. Paul and Minneapolis Two Superbly Equipped Trains daily, making fast time. The , Electric Lighted Limited leaves Omaha at 7:55 P. M.f Council Bluffs at 8:20 P. M. Arrives St Paul at 6:55 A. M., Minneapolis 7:30 A. M. The Day Express leaves Omaha at 7:35 A. M., Council Bluffs at 8:00 A. M. Arrives St Paul 7:38 P. M., Minneapolis at 8:10 ,P. M. The Fort Dodge Passenger leaves Omaha at 3:25 P. M., Coun cil Bluffs at 3:50 P. M. Arrives Fort Dodge at 8:00 V. M. All trains leave Union Depot, Cfmaha, and Chicago Oreat Western Station, corner Main St and Ninth Ave., Council Bluffs. . For further information apply to GE.VF. THOSU3AS GENERAL AGENT 313 Oraaha (UN Bank Dldg, 012 AH ft. 36 Pearl S!.f COUNCIL BLUFFS. with headquarters at Rapid City and a capital of 1700.000. The line is to be thirty. Ave miles In length and to connect with the Elkborn road at Rapid City and the Bur Unvton atlaaourl River road at Mystlo. and will aU be In Pennington county. The directors of the road are: . Charles D. Crouch, rrsncls BleberUna, Frank A. 81e fcarUna;, fred . SmlU of Akron, 0 X." . Hurlbut, Jacoh S. Cants of Rapid City. The stock la all subscribed, all but a few of ths shares being held by Crouch and Francis Bleberling. Crouch was one of the prin cipal creditors of the old Wyoming Mis souri River cojnpany. which" was recently closed out by order of the court, and Its f tha Una of ths aw road was bought la by hUa, . "THIS LITTLE PIQ COUITRY SAUSAEES icliasivojj froa Uui Ft fwh our own rcUiug oj r nnt b ,rtiu-t of "i-Unl " iUUi 1 i f 1 1 jj 1 - HtiNMtv Idum. iliM. hon. ui. Mil B7iu, Htpa) 8utfr mkI fur litrkeiht Hour art kutrn Arvw M d knot attW. ni for Lktokisj. sms Dairy Firm, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. j . luM ia Claube r OUoataue i