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The Madison daily leader. [volume] (Madison, S.D.) 1890-current, January 25, 1902, Image 4

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HEARING BEGINS
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INTERSTATE COVMERCt COMMIS-! company ha? been
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ties coc-ipany. the Burlington, th^
Northern Pacific and the Great
Northern to each other. He said that
the Northern Securities
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SIGN INVESTIGATING RAIL-
ROAD
JAMES J. HILL ON THE STAND
the
CCVB1NS.
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answered.
J. C. Stul.b=. traffic
laws cf
es m-
t'-i G*ea:
-5-' :"i Sur-
S.Z..
E c-
Iron ••.••*.bjrr Mr. H:l. '.r r-xr.
1b r-rir- :a:--? Mr. L^y
as'-:e
"I have r-rceired Eons,"
company
owned no stock in the Chicago. Bur
lington and Qulscy Railway company
(the new company but ownei about
half the stock of the Chicago, Bur
lington and Quincy Railroad
com
pany fthe old corporationi. He ex
plained that the new company really
was a anion of the three lines
formed the old company and operate!
the latter by virtue of a lease. The
half of the stock of the old
cot owned by the
Northern and Northern Pacific were
the chief stockholders, having issued
a joint bond to cover the purchase
price of tbe Chicago. Burlington and
Ouir.cy Railroad company.
Hill. It was impossible to
buy the stock, amounting to about
|n the open market and
another plan
was adopted resulting
U'iyn. to
i
:s 5 COSTLY PLA7-.
|v&« I.r.'I
a ii I
F--••••
ir-r ex-
c*
~b--.b-r: tb-r carry.ni
at
is
:z. ""-.'.:^.~
the
manager
of
Scutb^ra Pacific anc the UeIoe
Pa­
cific. followed Mr. Miller. Mr. Stubbs
stated that E. H. Harridan was chair
man
of the board of directors of both
roads, but that he was appealed to
oe v in extraordiEary cases. Mr.
Stubbs said
no
such case bad arisen
siEce his appoiEtment and tbat be had
proceeded under his eeEerai iEstruc
tioEs from Mr. Harriiran. He
rates generally had been fairly
maintained, but that tbrre had been
demoralization in Colorado and Utah.
He
declared that the Southern Pacific
«Ed Atchison. Topeka aEd
Saata
were competitors.
Jarr.es J. Hill on th« Stand.
J. J. Hill
took the stand at
Fe
2:20
oVlock. Much time was consumed
with routine examinations to show his
relation? with tbe Great Northern.
Northern Pacif.c and Burlington com­
panies.
Mr. Hill v.-as questioned in retard
to the relation
ci tbe Xorthern
Securi­
in
the sale of the property, like a piece
of r^al estate. The Northern Pacific
and Great Northern railroads issue:
i'0V*«v
joint bonds to pay for it.
SOME ACTION NECESSARY.
Governor of Washington
Issues a
ia.
IVash.. Jan. 23.—Governor
McPride has
issued a proclamation op
posing the railroad merger, un-ler the
name
•.? the Northern
pany. O verncr McBrlde declares thf
ccnrr/
r.:- of interest in
it r.
roa-
.-. Tfc* envewr
lap 'newspaper*,
«Et of
i
the opera
ticn f-t railroads is dangerous because
of the :::-ecurity of individuals mak
ing
Such
stir
community, he said,
ed competition, which is the only
protection in this state against rail-
declares that the
peo-ple -r'.ul 1 a: to enforce their
rights. Tbe s:a --. says, should ap
point a laiiivA'l .rr.rr.f?s!oa the
protection
railroad f/rojlrty.
states that during
Char.es M. Schwab's visit to Buda
Jtf-st
We-iiifcsday
he found a nephrw
there who proved
his identity by docu
mer.t-:, though the family !i*kene s
alone
sufficient
Schwab,
*o
The
Sieux City Live Stock.
Beeves.
V..
1 4.
Tf-Uc.
No.
company
Northern Securities
company, witness said, was owned by
tbe Northern Pacific company. In the
new company, be said, the Great
Cash Northw estern,
:?b*.s and
TAKE HIM TO AMERICA.
Charles M. Schwsi Discovert Poor
Relative at Budacest
New York. Jan. 23.—The
Pesti
Hur-
convince
says the VjeEna
carrospoad-
World.
Kuiolf Schwat-. the alleged nephew.
•*&s supjorting a wife and family on
$5 a week.
The American
steei trus*
president has booked passages for ih*
whole faa:.ly to New York, where h*
Vb toe*
a&«f
tern.
CAPITAL OF S25.COO.O0C. A ITOBTBI stccessob.
Coirpiny O'jf'red to
•can Ra 'read. i
Seattle. *n*£=h.. Jan. 2 .—The A1&3
kt. Cs?yp*T River and Yakon Railway
incorporated
tinier
Washington to
btuzc &
ra:*-
*tad from Prince William somd. in
Alaska. through
the Copp^*
River country to a poftt
Lana
on
the Yukon
river rear Ea?le. Tbe ccrapasy pr
-V--5. is ad
cerate a steam-
f::zz to Pr?nre
.»—. .- ~ral emir s
cy
En £s Sets s cf t-.e 6"a Dss:
Wi.!-
:-j V-III and maintain a
r:-: r-lr-ry is Alaska and to
transactions.!It
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s»rc-»ti&4C
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in 1 l:
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v.
this
plate is o. nc
every l.r-i
n bis tern,
ill an tbv
,t 1 i..v--r •...•!n
to
witnesi
wb.'' :. i..u?t E
gUin-:.:~.
In r.-i'lition the lord i:.fiy,.r's o^cial
I regalia is
costly in
dlanond
the extr-iE*. The
indent tbat bangs alK»ut his
neck could not be bought for
the
mixed. 12.-g 4.50 stockers and feed-^-e kno^ that tne pains
ers. I2.f/^4.2S: vearllnw and calves,:
Hogs—15.75f 5.25.
Duluth Grain.
Du'uth. Jan. 24.—^Wheat—Cash.
1
hard.
wbb-h
No.
77s4c: No. 1 Northern, T4^ic \\-^v
2 Nonhern. 72UC:
No.
St. Paul. Jan.
butcher stc-ers.
These two
companies as stockholders, elect tbe
directors of the Burlington.
•'There were approximately 19/nVi
ftockhclders in tbe ell Burlington."
said Mr.
3
spring.
To Arrive-No.
$6.3-'"a 7.23 poor to
dium. 14.' €.''0: stockers and feed-
ers. !2.25'5 4.75 cows and heifers, P2-'*115
$1.^ Texas
steers.
food to choice b»avy.
•5.55: rough heavy, f»)."o'5 0.25 light.
f5,f."§'5."0 bulk of sales. I5'3«.35.
Shee-j—Good to choice, $4.3:
lambs. ?2.3'. 5.f"'.
Proc
iamaticn on the Merger.
O- ..,
July.
Securities com­
#1.7'"
western. $:.» May.
South-
_Vew ITnAcr
Al. 3'.-:/nr b«i* trifd to rtllarrL
:j\ ^ht- i.4 f#.wcers. at*m gasca :i-
Eai*rT* &EU tjrUiTfc 'E J4t5ttr lOTLti. iEci-*
cry uj tLe tuuajus ai«nbra'-r"
vSiiy-iCif ts •«*'D
k»v«rVi-Ur»-i i-n'jtc
fcXii
.t 'be
of
win &. Cofiipany. lT'30
:b
•t of

£1.000,
aad his collar c-»st a quarter of that
sum, while bis pearl
sword nwessitat-
ed the corporation spending £t*«0 wben
it was new.
But the other companies in the city
possess plate of even jrrtater value.
Tbe Goldsmiths, for instance, own the
most priceless collection, tbe wortb of
which it Is impossible to estimate. It
ff'j includes Queen Ib.'znU.-tb's coronation
cup. for
which an offer of i".'"11 was
refused some time ago. The
I"i-bmon­
gers' company leasts of. am- other
thinrs. a silver chandelier, uud esti
mates of its value have nev..-r fallen
below £3.2oU.—London Tit-E:*s.
MARKET QUOTATIONS.
Minneapolis Wheat
Minneapolis. Jan. 24.—Wheat—
'"ash. Toi^: May. T*3.r-: July. 7i\@
On Track—No. 1 hard, 77'-^:
No. 1 Northern, No. 2 Northern
7•': 74c.
for
sijme
M.\iiWcTr
a*av tte s-iioe tttt--
Ufttlirt Ti.at tlj»-ir II? bi»"« aitTi«i
cur*-, LL- at'*! car!.•-•.
reacb
ILe
A a
Cur*- tv-. a.!1 u is cow
ai- tLe '.'£.iy ~aftr a--3 o~ re i
that aE.iiOate -iia^istiie I"
ail itfliiDnjatioi. P"
m^r»4fith ar.ii is ais» wowi^rf'-ii^y tjuK-.
tv re.ifve Iia tV-ver
Catarrb Een ne^t»-ct*-«3 tfu-t lead*
Cocgvju j-tktj—*^Eut?»*«"* »"ii* J*
if .ou u&e it at or-c*-. I n 'rdinar
reE*e.Iy. b*ut a •rL{-.* **,rtrr«atn»'nt wtiicx.
is j«j«itrrr y ^jarar,!*-*-•- to cir- OHtan:
in ar.y f..rtzJ -r stu!^ a- ^rditg t'
tl-,e iixectior-s winch v_-cui!iai y e«c:.
psfc.'kaif"!'. Li g«rj.i fur
Pleasant Dreams
Sioux City .la.. Jan. 2*— Cattle— her as
M.'V.t? f,.S5 cows, bulls and fe retires to rest
Vsu
1.71. Butter
—Creameries. 15^ 23^c dairies. 14g
2"c. Kzes—23C?24c. Poultry—Tu^
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Liverita, The Up-to-Date Little Liver Pill
They are purely Vegetable and never fail to give satisfaction.
25c boxes contain 100 Pills, 10c boxes contain 40 Pills, 5c
boxes contain 15 Pills* Beware of substitutions and imitations.
Sent by mail Stamps taken. Nervita Medical Co., Cr-ner
Clinton and Jackson Sts., Chicago, Illinois. Sold by
SotDBT FRANK SMITH. Pharmacist, MASONIC TIJCPLS, Madxs~*.
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special
a»ivi«_t*
tT'tzu tti* tiisi-i^verer
woi ij-rfui reiu«*iy rt^ar iii
you:
exs* witlv -Jt enet to voa beyoM
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^nt pr-pfai«j to ar y a^ulr* ?.» in thf
Ut-itai Stat««
or
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Marktt Street i 'Liifwirlphia.
.% Pn»f.lalii«' IfHWtliiMll.
I ks troubled for ab-.ut seven w
wUb i ct 'Ria-'h ar.'J in t«
i ha
my
t:rne."s*aj« E. iJf-niick, fc'omerviiie. In L.
"I spent al«'r.t Sl.K" and i.»?ver could
i:et iii.} thirj xj b»dp n.e ur.til I tried
K'V:"! Cur*-. I have taken a
f»-w
l*?tti*-s ar.d arn er.tire.y wt-'.i." You
uut/t Ii\ by what yu eat. but by what
viu disrupt i^cd as^m.ilatt-. If your
stomach d- sn't dipept your fco«l
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you
are
really starvir.g. Kc«jg1 Dyppfir^ia (^ur*
uWthe stomach's w.*rk ly d!ceetir.to'
tbe food. You jm/! bav»- to i»t-t. Eat
all you want Kodoi Djsvepfia Cure
cures all stomach troubles.
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k
Ode*.
Lamp were invented by
Aime Argand. the inventor of tbe fa
mous lamp and gas burner which tx-ars
his name. He bad been exix-rimenting
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time in trying to increase
liglit,
it,
over the wick.
tue
the
but to no purpose. On the table
t' re biui lay tbe broken neck of
an
oil iiask. This be t« k up earek--«ly
and plaec-d
almost
without thought,
A brilliant flame was
result, and the hint was not
k«t
upon tbe experimentalist, who pro
ce^b*d to put his discovery
into prac
tical opvration at once.
Tne mother
t3at raCK her no
and that if she
sleeps her dreams
will only be echoes
No.:
n'0t
80„nVjv'an| 4
1 hard. 77**e refi-esh'ei at morn-
1 Northern. (4^0: May. i 'ic in? with strength
July. 7SHc. Flax-Cash. jan,i courage 1'or
the dav's duties?
St Paul Union Stock Yards.
Uveak,' nervous
25.—Cattle—Fancy women, sufferers
IS.o"^ €.10: fancy from backache,
butcher cows and heifers. 14.25^4.75 e a i n -d o w n
good to choice veals. S4.5"'a 5.25 pair.s, and other
good to choice
feeders.
$Z.o 'a 4.25. wom a n 1 y ail
Hoes—$5.«"f 6.4b Sheep—Good to
ments,
choice. $4,251? 4.60 lambs, $5.'»'g 3.50. a perfect cure in
Dr. Pierce's Fa
Chicago Union Stock Yards. i v o i e Prescrip-
Chicaso. Jan. 24.—Cattle—Good to *:on. It heals the
prime
steers.
have found
me- womanly diseases
wh'*ca
,'55.'.»0
Chicago Grain and Provisions.
Chicago. Jan. 24.—Wheat—Jan.,
May. 7&^^75»i»'^'" July.
7&:i*j7 -.c. Corn—May, €2T«[email protected]
0234c Sept.. ei^c. Oats—Jan.,
44c May 44% 43c July. 3S^c
Sept.. 33Hc. Pork—Jan.. S16.121
May. fl0.37U July, ?1. .37U. Flax-
smi.es.
«op
for
darkse*.
gi^p
t!ie
arjd
$4.« 6.25.
ner.-ousr.e^j
wo"len
Hogs—Mixed and butchers. $5.9""a" I "r.defm,':t r?
*~°zg
J.:d
rjy u'_l ih this a u-stia-.or.ial
Picrce's Common Sense
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5L V. Pierre. L.^lo. Ni Y.
00 REWARD
We cay the above reward for any case of Liver Compkint,
Dyspepsia, Sick Headache, Indigestion, Constipation
or Costiveness we cannot cure with
1
makes we.
aad women
wtlb
to
ex7"«« sir heartfelt
r??r.r.z tr.e ti hea'.:h wr.:tt
trs. E. H. Mubji. cf Sprsa?'-.UI. Lee:a Co., f:i.
_r ne'iT'.y two years I suffer? i frcn:
wej'kSo- so I could cot stand oa tr.v
ftrl
ary
lenr.h of t'.rae: Cjii'.l scrirce'.v walk *t tlf.
Appetite was much tTr.-.i:red 'l hai :ir!zg-
wa &easatioa»: caa express w tii .lv I
i fee I. Hai tried severs', kinds cf medtdoe
which
rr.e little jr no g»i. At last dec:de*
to try Dr. Pierce's Faror.te Pr**crii*:ci». I hai
i. taken all of two Vjttles before I mw it wi«
leneiv.a? me. so I cor.f.r.ue i ". take it as:
ha i ulser. seven Settles, whea I ft '.t ent-.r-"*
curei. Did a feel a touch of tny old o-l.
plaint. It has beea over a year si'ace I
your lnedie-ine. aai I can tfu-.hfullv mt thi*
pv health has
it hai :een f:r ur \-ear? p:
has :«s*z better the '.ast yemr thin
f:r u" vears trtv* u*".v.
Medical
ser, in paper covers, is sent free on
receipt of 21 one-c^nt stamps to pav
eTr-er.se cf mr. .rr Address
Dr.
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Dairying &
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fPUSK
Dyspepsia Cure
Digests what you eat.
amSciaily
It
^laiu ence, s-y^r .Stomach, "aus^a
i»'ck
Headache.
i i
Correspondence Solicited/
Housewife
Oetro
Kodo
Ga»:ra.rfid Crartp
otber re.-u i t» of
im j»-rfcrt d. st
•J^rtd^LC DtWTTAC ^Itoao
Don
BE ho :D
Tske tbe ftc. s tc
ROCKY TE
Mad* Nhb) *Uduci Hed
ctec Co.. Ibliiw, Wu.
fcecy* yrnm **0. Oar wwy
Mark
an
I s e E a s i s o A

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in search ol
Good
where *ou can raise Wheat. Oats. Earley, Ccm, Plai, Potai,
:u iaci everything adapted to tint- If,t t\}de. and
where 3'ou can success.
Chas. B. Kennedy,
MADISON, SOUTH DAKOTA.
.! f"
there dull,
It to
tbelocd aLd aids
Xa ure la "sirerviheriiE^ and r«rcoii- i
structiog
the
k'acs. It:»ihefeXfiausted
i3tes discovtredd.^efet-eor^tr.dige
aut and tonic. No ott.er preya: iioe
can approach 't in leEcy, it ln
•iiantiy relreve^acd ty-rsia&en^ cutC»
pyfcpepsia, Icii^Tion,
there the
tf(lictc4,
Heart barn,
it
anc
Uyu.
Price ic. fi. re ix culns 14 tfce*
i n
cadi padcagt
•••*». ^«»w wi
be*.
Accmpt mo
loktL
Ask Ml' fc.-
lullv carrv on
Stock Raisin
and where your family will hsve the ad^ftiitacc'S o
1
Good Society,
Good Schools,
Good Church Facilities,
then come and see me, and I will show you just what you want. If yoc
are renting land now, paying
$3
show you just as good land and sell it you at what you
will pay out in rental, where you ar n three years,
and will give you easy terms of payment.
If you wanta good location in Madison I have such for you. A large num
ber of substantial buildings have been built in Hadison the past sca
son and the city is steadily growing in population.
to $5 per acre annual rental, I will
BrokenO
Down j!
Wealtlj
rn i irtrc«5»ng.
ft
1)0
r/ ',f:ro,cd"*~Di?'b*Wv°u
work
re
he.vy .the
In
hurts when you sit hurts mhen you lie down
You need complete renovttion.
frouble
your b.ck ,h„ hur„ »tca
lies.
Bc*ia on
as
K*ns
Buy a bottle to4sy.
will cure yoa.
ft.OO at your Drudjtrt'*
Th% Jr. J. h. McLta
A E A
1L'
,U
OfBo»iB Wymdio«U
6
9
or live:
tur
tlx
McLean's Litter
and Kidney 'Balm
Ur«rMtf U4MY»
oil does on s rusty wheel,
it
if
joa ar«
Made by
Co..St.Lmu,Mc.
O I I S
DENTIST.
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