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FINE COMMERCIAL WORK Ml GUARANTEED CIRCULATIO N lk iMtatitaMt o.i.i.lnd.a. ill U I . 1 1BM (nam than I. l ( all .4krt IHua MUM I'all.M i.mi.11,.4, (.-I,. , mi,,,, (,, ,t u Tha JuH PnatiM DifMMI M lMSTans m il (km uivp4 i md( ma a ! w( au4 far smSm pnM)Uf let ..... Hcwt Work nt tho Lovreat PxHoen r.VLMy.f.fxOND YEAH. DKADWOOD, 8. D. (BLACK HILLS), THURSDAY MORNING, PKHKUAKY 3, 1HU8. FIVE CENT HOUSE DOWNED SILVER MINE AND MILL, belongs to Mr. Elder, and be has been running a drift from the latter ground to encounter a vein of ore known to ax YESTERDAY'S PERSONALS J. F. Diets, the Hherldan coal man, srfctlon In QualltyModoratlon In Prlo. BUZZARD AT NKW YORK. New York, Feb. J 8 pedal: During the past three days ths most severe storm known In thla section for years has prevslled. More than a foot of enow on a level has fallen, trains are delayed and traffic generally aeverely Interfered with, causing great loases. This has been the coldest day of the POITO None OO GOOD. IfJ air m M. J. WERTHHEIMER & BR0. Boom wt must havs. To sail Goods Chvap la tba only way to to a ho It Those Goods aro bulky aod taka up lota of ahol f ro )tn. To roduoo our aloob wt oSw for s ffl iri P X j I I IJ1 monuay And thoontlro wtek our an tiro took of LADIES MUSLIN UNDERWEAR. Consisting ot Night Gowns, Chemise. Skirts Drawers. For Ladlas and Ohlldran for Laaa Monoy than tn Muslin would Cost 1,000 Pieeca UambnpQ end n i m IJaincooIi 1st upon the American Express ground. The ore body waa encountered a few days ago and has been croaa-cut show Ing Its width to be 12 feet, with an av eiage height of S feet. The ore la of good grade, running from flS to S3b per ton In gold. The tunnel la being driven westward to encounter otliei ore shoots supposed to exist tbrra. MR. MALONEY'S OPERATIONS. R. M. Malonsy baa been notified thai owing to delaya la filling orders, his hoisting machinery, air compressor and drills will not be ahlpped from Denver for ssveral days. Ths plant will be placed at the big shaft on the Snow Storm ground, In Nsvada gulch, and aa soon aa ths plant can be erected ho Intends to sink tbs shaft to quarts Its. Mr. Morgan will have charge of mining operations. Contract has been awarded to F. P. Ward for erecting the hoisting building, which will be thirty by forty-five feet with an L twenty by fifty feet Mr. Maloney la Improving his assay office In this city and propos es to have ona of the most completi concerns In the city. The old furnaces will be taken out and large brick fur naces built. CONCENTRATES. Thf first regular quarterly dlvldecd of the Oolden Reward Consolidated Mining and Milling Co.. waa paid on the first Instant, together with the ex tra dividend of ten cents asbare. Dame Rumor has It that Burns and Little have struck ths Psnobscot shr-n. of ore In the shaft recently sunk hy them on their Smoky City group.whli ti joins the Penobscot on ths north. Lssliley A Co bavs abandoned the old tunnel on the Iowa ground and are engaged running a new tunnel near the line between the Iowa and Otto Oranti property. Tha gold production of the Cripple Creek district for ths month of January, wis In round flfurea, 1 1, 200,000. Dividends were declared by eleven mln Ing companies operating there wblcb sgregated 1141,000. The E. and M. Journal says: "Sales of Dead wood -Terra of South Dakota. are reported at 11.10, or 16c leaa than ust week. Ilomestalie la up to 146.60, i p;lce higher than any, we believe, since the first railing of the stock on he local market" Fifty-one car loads of ore came dowc the Klkhorn Monday, It of shi n wore loaded at Portland. This s the Iggest days shipment ever mle or nn rosd. Tbs number of cars hi? ped over tha II. k M. was not learned, but It was not far behind. We are informed that a ayndlcate composed of responsible men propoaa to sink a deep shaft at some point on Crown Hill to the quartslte. The point baa not aa yet been determined upon. This will explore an ex tens! vs area and be of great value to owners la that dis trict This omce baa just received a copy of the Mining and Scientific Preen of Jan. Is. which waa Intended to com memorate tho fifteenth anniversary ot tha discovery of gold la California bv Jaa. W.. Marshall, at Colona, un Jan. 1), lift. The paper gave a history la detail of tbs gold discoveries, tba prim Ittve methods of placer mining i ad quarts milling and reproduced til oat ra tions published 10 years ago. It la very Interesting number, the matter he leg carefully prepared and for Its t chan leal appearance, la a model. Tha Press Is the brightest and moat reliable mining paper la tha United Statea, bav Ing no personal dislikes of sections and Indlvldaala, nor doea It barter Its apace and Influence to anybody. urr Touk hat. Lift yowr hat reverently when yoa paaa ths tea -her of the primary room She la the great angel of tha aatloa. She takes tba beaUiaga fresh frosa toe bocae aeat. fall of potttr aad peaeloa sa aagovtma!il wreuh, whose own mother hoaevtly admits that aha wads btm to acaool to get rid of hla. Thla lady, who ka rws her baa! a sea, takes a whole carload of thee little aaarthlau one of wb-mb slagla haadad aad alone, la mora thaa a s&aUh tor hla parent aad at oac qata thaaa ta tha way of beiag asefal cltiaeaa. At what etpe&aa of tofi aad soul wsartaaaa Hera la tha toot reaaoaaihla poattloa of th whole school eyetaan, aad If bav aa.' aria waa doablad ah woald aot eetve asora thaa ah earaa. Exchaaga, arrived yesterday. Ueo. C. Collet!, of Ran Francisco, la a visitor In the rlty. J. C. Sherman, tba veteran miner of the I'actola district, Is In tha city. Major Moan Thompson returned on Tueedsy tn the Ht. Elmo mine near Ore villa. Col. W. D. Ford and Major John Ureenough were down from (Ireen- mont yesterday. Col. U 8. Itullard. of Pierre, went ftiwa to Rapid laat evening and will return thla morning. li- uabie, traveling passenger agent of tha C. A N. W. railroad was In tbs city yesterday. Louis Wsrthhstmer left yesterday for New York on a purchasing trip to be abeent aeveral weeka. R. II. Homers, deputy V. 8. Marshal at Chamberlain. 8. I)., arrived yecter day to attend V. H. court. State Treaaurer Kirk Phillips re turned yesterday from a brief business trip to ths stats capital. Sam Slrayer. deputy 0. H. Marshal at Pierre, arrived Tueeday with a num ber of witnesses for U. X court. Wm. Mosea and family and Mrs. K. C Harper and child, of Miles City, Mont., wars arrivals In tba city yesterday. Sheriff Jerry Ryan, of Union county, thla stats, left last svenlng for his home after attending U. B. court D. B Ingram, of SpsarfUli, vi ut to tha Southern Hills, accompanied by hla partner C. E. McEochron. of Hill City. Mrs. Patrick Cualck and children ar rived yeaterday from Parkman, Wyo., M:. Cuslck formerly resided at White-wood. B. T. White, attorney general of tba tllkhorn railroad, who succeeded Win Sterling, returned to Omaha Tueeday. J. P. Horgan. mine superintendent for Mr. Maiooey. baa returned from Kapld where he vial ted a few days with retail tr si P. K. Hail, president of the Buxton Mining company, la In tbs city and win emain until the Uuxtoa-Uolden Re- waid ault la ended. S. H. Smith, of Hmltb A Wbealen, ell yeeteioay for Chicago to purchase uw guooa aud aa be said, to sell some wtf uii yiwyeity. E. N. I'ayson, of Boston, represent- tig L U. Miner, of i'bliadelpbia, la la me cuy. He Is opening up a new field wring here for the first lime. uert Wursbecher, the gentlemanly uenvery clerk of tba American Express co., returned Tuesday from Anlmoaa, ua, wbeie be viaited a month with eiativea. J. P. Hymer left on Tuesday for Omaha on business aad Incidentally to do soma work for tha Black Hllla la the way of ths Trana-Mlaslaslppl Exposition. Caputs Ludlow, deputy U. I. mar shal at Sioux raila, left last evening for that paee attar A. f. Drake, who la IB Jail there tor robbing the poatofllca at Jefferaoa, Ualoo coaatr. Wm. Walla, caaaagar of tha hard war department of th Lead Brtca store, departed laat evening for Chi' cago la response to a telegram aotlfy ng him of tba aerloua liiaeaa of hia father. H. C. Daetkea. of Coaacll Bluff a. atphew of our esteemed towaemaa J Lrsetkea, arrived yeaterday aad will re ana Indefinitely. He will be eoaaect- d with hla aacla'a drag store, aad eg pecu to leara the drag bnalsass. Jaa. M. Ballenllne, of Buia City, Ida ho, arrived yesterday to spend a few lays visit with hla brother-la-law, Sa perta Undent F. C. Smith of tha Golden Reward com pea y. Thla la Mr. Bal- i valine's first visit her aad be thlaaa Deadwood la th liveliest xBlalag camp la th eoaatry. TO THS LADIES For th latest deal gas ta eoi broidery, Bulgaria tea cloths aad pillows. Kaav-ssob KaowitoB A Co' a wah stlka, Ty-rlaa dyaa, call at TzS jtobl Block. Lea-soaa give b art saadl work. Staaip-lag doa. 1-ia-tl Havaaa la ta a atata of aaarchy aad Spala doe aot asase able to eoatrol aSalra va la that stroaghoid of Spala. Owaara) Blaaco may ha rewalr-1 to -paelry- hla cewa hoMhc44 yet. lb ju.mbroidoi avvut uau asjvisjiuiu auaii liiay tefa) WOf tO I M. J. WERTHHEIMER & BR0. Both tba matfcod tad rwnlta wbaa Srrapof Fin la taka i It la plaaaaot aad raf raahlfig to tba taata, aad tots emUj rat erompUj on tbs Kldatrt, Urtr tad Uowsla. claanaati th arm. tam allactuaUj, dispell ooLla, baad. aohaa sad farm aad earaa habltnal noatipatJoa. Symp of Figs is tba crux rzsaaaj ot iu klKtd v a oooa. biaMin to tas tauto aad i oaptabla to tba slomaoh. trrenrt 1b Its aotion sad truly baaa&olal 2a lu effects, prcparad only from tba moat aaaitayaaa agraaab la aubataavtam, Its tuaaraxosllaat qrutUtlasjoaxaand it to sll god hart mad to lb most popular rwrnady looira, brrap of Figs Is for avla la so at botUas by all kadi dm,. giat. Abj ralUbU dnist vbo may not bav It ea baad rill pro ear It promptly for say on who wiaoaa to VJ IL VO DOS BOOCpt BBy gobstituta. 'aXiTsT. tij KSk AA CONCERT AND CONVENTION. Following Is tbs program for tha con cert and convention Friday evening for tha benefit of tbs Cemtery Fund: Magic Fire Musi Wsgner-Brsaaln Mlaa Bennett Where tha Lindens Bloom. Dudley Buck Mr. Baldy. Aux Italians Oliver Msrldsth With musical accompaniment by Mr Lamson and Miss Banna t Miss Clemens. flprtni Bom Lyons Mrs. Remar. Tenor Solo Selected Mr. Lamson. Concert Caprloa Musln Mr. Roaaltraol- Bnrltona Holo Relectad Mr. Tegarty. For All eternity Wear heron I violin obiigato, Mr. Kossignol. Tenor Solo He lac tad Mr. Orlmabaw. The mualctl and literary program will It follow by a convention of tbs Old Malda of Ihe city. Th following well known malda will participate la deliberation! of th august body: Josephine Jaaa Oreea. Penalop Gertrude i)ootlltle. Sophia fkorksp. Calamity laaa Hlgglaa. Jelfett Long. Charity Loagfac. Pa Li ear Imlre Maaa. Roatlla Abigail Hodg. Polly Joaea SpratL Betsy B. BobbatL Violet Abb Raggle. Cleopatra Aeiia Brow a. Rachel Rebwea FaltowskL Mary Jaaa Fraddlaa. Jsrsha Matilda Sprlgglaa Tlay Short Prof. Makeover. Tha aaxaea of tba persons who will appear la tha xsaalcal program la a anf Artec t gaaraala of Ita xcllac aad If w were permitted to publish tha nana of th lad lee who will person iu th dlstlegulabed old malda, that would be Bftor thaa a guaraata of th xcelletc of hat feature of t eater talacsaL THE MODERN WAY. CoasaasBda Itaalf to th well-la f orated to do pleasantly gad affaetaaliy what was formerly doa la lha srsdast taaa ear aad diaagrwaaMy aa well. To cleaaae th ayataai aad break sp eolds, headache, aad fevers without anplaaa-aat after effecta, a ta Asftghtfal ll aid laxative reassdy. tyrvp of Figs. Mad try Chilton la Fig ftrrvp Co. Noncm. To whose rt may eoacrs- ! have thla day Isaasi tha Osaoga mlaa sad tha Hiiderbvaad aslll. fogath er with all taathlaary, eu., kwloaglag thawto. to William Borstal aad A. Welch, of Ceairal City, ft. D., who will b raspoaalbla for all labor, gaaUrtaJ, wpftia aad other aseeasu toaswrad la th ope ratio of said aaisa aad at HI P. U OIJES. Owner. rjf, Jaa. tl. lawa. TK.MI KltATt HH IN TION. AMAU1AMA Some months ago Mr. Thomas J Urlur, manager of the llomorUke. com' pany'stnt ncs In the liiack Hills In South Dakota, amertalnod by expert mem that the cooling of ths water used In the stamp mill batteries very consldsrably Increased the yield of gold from the Homestaks ore. The dif ference was In the aavlng of tb'e line gold the coarse gold taking cara nf Itself which waa apparsntly much greater at lower than at higher temper atures. Tbs facts, as communicated to us through the courtesy of Dr. F. R. Carpenter of Deadwood, are that two batteries side by side were run upon the same ore, one with the water at a temperature of about 60 F., and the other at a higher temperature of 60 to 70. There was no posslbls doubt of ths Increased yield from the colder bat tery. It was supposed that more line gold amalgamated at the lower temper ature the coarse gold being lost at any temperature. Mr. Orler desired to make the faUs public for ths benefit of mill men, and we do so with much pleasure, hoping to draw out discussion on the causes of the difference, as wsll aa notes of ths experience In oth er mills. The first theory propounded by those to whom the facts were submitted wss that at the lower temperature there was either less oxidation of the mer cury or thst there was less decomposition of Iron pyrites or other minerals contained in the ore to foul tha quicksilver. Either of these causes, of course. Interfere with the amalgama tion of the (Ins goli In anawsr to a suggestion that In warming the water by waste steam small particles of oil might be carried to the batteries, Dr. Carpenter obtained from Mr. Allan J. Clark, asssyer for the company, a state ment that the mill water, while the higher temperature waa uaad. waa never In contact with any oil or grease, Tha steam from the cylinders was pass ed through a series of pipes, with which the mill water was held In con-tart for s period of time sufficient to give the dealred tnmpnrsture. The con- dnsed Rtcam was discarded. Mr. Claik uUo added to the fa' ts Ir the cane the ntKtements, from his per ianal it:s i varlonn, that In the Ould'iu Star nilll tbe w;iUt r,1 a Mng batter) u rou'"l by contact nh p p'S con taliiliiK a fn-zit.K mixture, pla'-ed Im mriJinU'ly l,.-low the firm row of pia so iht tie water on the aerond row of this t iit'.-iy wan about 10' F. below that on the adjacent plates presumably tecelvlng the same quality of ore. Th? rocovery of amalgam waa decided. y better than from the other plates. In the Highland plate bonne (third row plate) the recovery of amalgam would dlmlnlah during a period of warm weather, and perhaps for 24 hours afterward. There seems to be no doubt about the correctness of Mr. Orler's observations, nor about the fact thet better results were obtained in amalgamating llomestake ore when the water waa at a temperature of SO than when It was at (0 or over. Whether the explana tion la that given above, whether there Is really a temperature at which the affinity of quicksilver for gold Is at a maximum, or whether the effect Is only mechanical doea not aeem to be decld ed. E. and M. Journal. HERCULES COMPANY F. 8. Harris, of the Hercules Mining Co Informs that the fifth aad laat far load of machinery for the elegant new hoisting plant will arrive today fnen Chicago. Charlie Graham bas taree teams employed hauling tha ma--r!ncry to the mine at Two Bit aad la making and headwav. M.. Thompeoa. who te associated with Frailer Chalmers anl la one their nvaet expert wetting engineers arrived fluodsyAccompaale-1 bv hla soa. They will have chagv V. putting the plant la order and expect ta emtiiov a large rorce or mvn. eooa aa the machlaery ta tn petition, another crew of miners will be cut to work and the shaft wUt be sank wttb sll possible baste The shaft 'a U feet deep at present, aad the matrV encountered la a very hard trachyte. It la the same character of matrta that waa eneowctsred la the Har t a shaft Jiat prtsr to striking tha ore. TT management la aaxlaos to get the a.-compressor la operation that tha work may be expedited by ualng power drtlU The boarding hove will be enlarged to twice the s'.xe originally plana d and will be equipped thro-ighont with !etrV ligSt and watar supplied from a r.arvr,tr which Is to ba placed apoa tba hl'.ls'.de 1V) feet atryve. AMERICAN EXPRESS. W. a. CMer receatty tor a bond a a AaT Espveaa groap ed elaiaa 't4 w ri 'k aad beloaav If.g tA R. H Maloaer Mr. Eldar hv Uma aa that ta 4eJ wi;l tev eoaaaaw avetad by taatag ap (ha tevad I a abort ttaaa. aad thai ha will n-vt a day aal gt thira of a!aare aad pa mm iataatve rfyMg aad tavwaca dareiApmaat wrlL Tha Aaaerlraa Es aataa tha Chlefeaa ioda, whlc Tel'N'l lit solution Defeated by a Vote of 182 .to 132. How It was Done Capta'n Ray's Statement of Conditions In Alaska F astern Blizzards Washington, Feb. 2 Speeia: Th house of representatives burli.l th. Teller resolution declaring tb bcuds of the United States payable In .liter under an adverse majority of fifty vote. The republicans were solidly arrayed In opposition, with two Keep tlens, Mr. Llnney of North Carolina, who voted with the democrats and pop ullits. and Mr. White, of North Caroll- 4.A, the only colored member of the bouse, who answered "present" when his name was railed. Tbs desertions from the democratic side were Mr Mo Aleer. of Pennsylvania and Mr. Elliott of South Carolina Both voted with the repuMlrsns against the proportion Speaker Reed, although it Is not customary for him to vote, bad his name called, and amid the cheers of his tot-lowers went on record In oppoeltloa to the resolution. The vote was reached after live hours' of debate under a special order adopted at the opening nf the session. The limited time allowed for debate and the pressure of members for an opportunity to be ha'd was so great that the leaders on both sides were compelled to farm out the time by minutes. This detractrd inurb from the continuity of the discussion but It also in a measure Intension tbe Interest In the galleries, which weie crowds all day. and the combatants on the floor were cheered by their rei peril ve aympathlzert Many senator w.'iv iiUo prnt to listen to ths a giiiMM'4. Th majority, under ths ! ,i.t. Mr n? v P'.r.tley. who made l cai' fii iv -:'ti speech sounding the - :un. aaxumvd the - 'i'" of the re- i - k -r a d'jsulaed dec- of silver. a ' t oi-rats. tinder . , . . f' -Of 1 0"1 ')f ?h ' ' it ,'A an'! rd. t ; : tv'h th"! pr-lden ,. ;.r h1 lrrvnrably - . : v Iran party Th i ' "rt ft and hatl r. i kisatlonil incident M-nii.g rt Mr. Rhea of Ken ., h aald that, as the au-. ( rit!i of '73. " the hottet ,,.,!. , l'!'l. Ik. v. h'.. , t t v - tui'V) fc thor of V plac tn tadvs ou'.d b rerve4 for the t-reMnt secretary of state. The vote on the resolution was: Yeas, 12; nays, ltl Unanimous consent waa given Mr. Fettlgrew tn the senate to have print ed as a document the argument before the house public lands committee of Hon,. John H King of South Dakota In favor of the free homestead bill. It contains several thouoand worda. Senator Kyle has presented a set of resolutions passed by the South Dakota legislature, urging an appropriation to Biaks Fort Meade a permanent mill Ury poet. TONT OO TO KLONDIKE NOW. Waahlnroa. Fab. Spaclal: Cn der Instmctloos from tha war depart sent General Merrlam baa telegraphed aa abstract of his dispatches received from Captain Ray. the special government representative in tha Klondike. war, laid before Secretary of War Algar and then sent to the prasl dent, wbart thay formed tfca subject of cAsaideratloa by tba cabinet today They were looked on aa fully justify tag all sups for relief takes b; tha gov nnuL The task of relieving the American etttsena in Klondike appeare to urga that ha will lay the matter before congress with a view of securing gaeaaa to meet the exigencies. General Merrtam's abstract says: Tha latest advices are dai4 November S and 1 Captain Ray recommeade that stspa be taksn to effsctually cheek smmlgratloa to tha Interior of Alaska of all peraona who are not fally supplied to laat at least two years. Ha Stvea as reasons that there la no way te earn a llvtng and that no ptacer die-cover lea have been made wttata eight oaths. There la no employment for A large. n amber la any capacity: all values are speculative. There la ao fixa eusdard for labor. Not bow. aor U tb,r likely to ba withia twalva aJejate maa of aupp!yt n-e oo in Alaska. 1 aa o tha or'.r.'.ea 'feat only about T per eaat of ail th- - 'o o jw la Alaska who have nte.-ed J"r B4T Ut llvtnc. The pete: com.'ag la have aot ha.t fte fa:n' f-;ptloa ci what ta dV. to earn a U?sg, aaJ after spidiag th:- .-! J" e 4a: aexi y. a"1 "v .: prevvet tie acp e a-w - 3 ' trvm civmtflg tn their tgaormacw. b. aa act o artty ta f aa-gma r-pin ,at3aa. he reeoaeada tsM: etoacere be p a! aa the) TaJtoa season, murcury falling to aero. A great deal of Buffering is reported and a Dumber of deaths are known to have resulted from ths Intenss cold. MRS KINGSBURY DEAD. Tankton, Fab. J Special: Mrs. O. W. Kingsbury, wife of Editor Kingsbury of tba Press and Dakotan, died suddenly at noon today of paralysis of the heart Shs waa on of Yankton's pioneer women, prominent In society and literary circles. NEW OOLD DIOOINOS POUND. Winnipeg, Man.. Feb. J flpeclal News baa ranched Rsgtna that ths first party bound for tba Yukon by the Prlncs Albert rout has found gold In large quantities In Hay. Buffalo and other rivers running Into the Great Slave lake, 700 miles from Prince At btrt DISASTROUS FIRE. Wlnnepeg, Feb. I Special: The Mc Intyre block, the finest In this city, was destroys thla morning by firs. Loss 500,0O0, partly Insured. STORM AT LONDON. London, Feb. I Special: Great Brit ain has been visited the paat few days by a veritable billiard, caualng much damage and severely Interfering with commercial Interests. Many persons have been reported to have froten to death. TENNSSEE'S NEW SENATOR. Nashville, Feb. 1 Special: Thomas B. Turley, democrat, waa today elected United Stau senator upon Joint bal lot of the legislature. BOYCOTT AMERICAN FRUIT. Berlin, Feb. 2 8pcial: A decroe hss just been Issued by the adminis tration which forbids ths Importation of fresh fruits from America. Minister White has entered a protest MYSTERIOUS SUICIDE. Judge burns Informs us that Iron Star, a Rosebud Sioux, and a brother if TMffi'rent Slur, who lately committed still He In our county jail, also suloldnj ty the name route at he agency, at sUut the same time. There waa doubt Im a connection between the two sul- cll. and that the one knew of the othe.'s death, although no communlca tloo via mundane means had passed between them. NOT QUITE A VILLAIN. Rapid Journal: "Among the arriv als yesterday morning was Charles H. Smith, who la now traveling for a large cigar firm In Omaha. While here be III visit with hla parents and sister for a few days and tall of hla experi ences in aa Omaha cooler. Char lis can tell quite a thrilling story which would sound well with a aemteoioned title eottethlng Ilka thla: "Tha Daring Yottfi Maa from Missouri; or. How He Killed Hla Dotes." Joking aside, for It was ao joke to Mr. Smith, sever ty-t wo hours la jail with a preliminary walk oa tha street hand-cuffed, aad a visit to tha photographer's thrown la, may be something to talk about, but la anything but pleas aat when one la tha laadtngcharacter aad being made to posa as tha heavy villain whether one wants to or aot. He aaya to judge by tha othsr fellow's picture tha resemblance waa very strtk lag aa Mr. Smith looks bow, but aa tha first murder for which ho waa arrested waa committed la UU he could scarcely have looked like hla than. Mr. Smith feels very grateful to hla friends her aad la Deed wood for their prompt action la hla behalf." UNITED STATES COURT. Tha case of United Statea vs. Odo Radar eoarcmed tha entire seasloa yes terday. Thla la aa action la waica taa government purposes recovering 14.100 damages for alleged violations of ths Umber laws. Tha alleged violations date tack tea yaaraaad tha government la having no little trouble la adducing evidence to establish Its eaae. Tha trial will to doabt eonauma today's sea ilon. Chaonccy L Wood la conducting the proeaeutVM aad Edwin Van Clae Is a'torney for Mr. Radar. Tha grand jury yesterday returned tadletaests agalaat Poor Tanadar aad Black Fob. fall-Mood ladiaaa. who are char gad wUh gratd laresay. Aadrtw J. Drake waa tadxtad lor rob Mag the aoatoffea at JetTanca ta U eaatara Mr mt i&!e atata meeatlT. Mr. Drake wd be broaght here by Depaty Mar ahai Lodlow aa4 via plead ratr tha tadktxawt. Tha graad Jar at eagagad ta teves-tufttla a aanaber af aaiatanruat The Baste v GoUaa toward eaae vhb'h la set for trial fetxt Maa day ao doaat tea daya to two week each state haw acBsarnsid apward fifty wtaaaaaa Thla Q he est f MAMMm Puiiu., trm. M B., JHE AMERICAN OF BIASWGOD, Doos a General Will pay' lalrei a ite rn,f asahaageaa all part of th Uaited WU1 as aha a tpealatty ea all wiu a iraaaena aaaiaaaa pnaalpla ssnsaTonsjt 1 l:nw. fmm laaaea, svea NATIONAL RANK SOVTB DAKOTA Banking Business. rsts tf rtit Will Lor aad nail Stat aad Surop. binds of aoilaotioaa, aad al hwataaMj tonsi rasas aasasaa. Mas i asaguf. (J 3 0 u 0 RUB I A 1 T Hi 0 aVi Lw o th t4rt.net ocnutnod fcy ascA TWUR ad4 EUOAB V ( ) nExn f n ( r3 !l ! 1 La O O c) ( g aaai SaavaV w. tumnv.woiKaf. viuiiii ii.a. V . . m PUCCIIA3&SS aamrTaH P9RB I Lai Can ly tLir aHniays aurrplis of Gtotmisa, TZA3, GOTYfXA, PIMVIION. KTC. O At th low prior earrmtt fr thotfa W" Ewjtlilng at t. t.XA mU at the eld price -4VTP G A, c. H0HNi&Eimi;u, ruop. y,.- a. 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