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Trousers; others may want outtits for the bovs; others, Under- wear, Hats, Caps, Gloves, Mittens, Furnishing Goods. ._, MENDENHALL & HOOPES, /Employers Liability, Dtstriet Marux^ert, I Elcvat Or Accidcnt, LOIli OD (j Ua Mee & ACCi W Co. It is added that frcciueni gales of snow and spray obscured the signals in town. 23.— The bodies of the miners killed by an explosion of powder m the mines last night were re covered early today. Will Fix Prices Regardless of Oil Exchange Quotations. The opening quotation on the il City exchange yesterday was q7 1-8 cents, but the Standard hxed the price at qt) cents. Frank Robbins pastor of the Norwalk Baptist church received a visit last even- ing from Harvey I. He will first consult witb the lieutenant governor before taking any step. Potatoes, Minnesota 45^ 50 Potatoes, Western stock 60® 55 Sweet potatoes, lllin .h SS 0U#|3 25 TBGET.4ULBS. Return home, grab her by the hair and demand your money. Ritchie iif'iinst James B, Mc Mullin, ex-Senator Piyne, S'evenson Burke and others. Some mav want dvercoats, Storm Coats; others, Dress Cut- away Suits; others, every-day Suits; others. SURPLUS

Trousers; others may want outtits for the bovs; others, Under- wear, Hats, Caps, Gloves, Mittens, Furnishing Goods. ._, MENDENHALL & HOOPES, /Employers Liability, Dtstriet Marux^ert, I Elcvat Or Accidcnt, LOIli OD (j Ua Mee & ACCi W Co. It is added that frcciueni gales of snow and spray obscured the signals in town. 23.— The bodies of the miners killed by an explosion of powder m the mines last night were re covered early today. Will Fix Prices Regardless of Oil Exchange Quotations. The opening quotation on the il City exchange yesterday was q7 1-8 cents, but the Standard hxed the price at qt) cents. Frank Robbins pastor of the Norwalk Baptist church received a visit last even- ing from Harvey I. He will first consult witb the lieutenant governor before taking any step. Potatoes, Minnesota 45^ 50 Potatoes, Western stock 60® 55 Sweet potatoes, lllin .h SS 0U#|3 25 TBGET.4ULBS. Return home, grab her by the hair and demand your money. Ritchie iif'iinst James B, Mc Mullin, ex-Senator Piyne, S'evenson Burke and others. Some mav want dvercoats, Storm Coats; others, Dress Cut- away Suits; others, every-day Suits; others. SURPLUS $1,000,000 •200,000 600,000 350.000 250.000 20.000 200.00O 27,00C 100,000 40.000 100.000 40,000 100.000 ,_.. A conference of the shareholders and creditors of the Union bank will be held next week to make arrangements re- garding the payment or otherwise of the shareholders of the liability. It is added that owing to diplomatic objections the plan was not to land any blueiackets from the foreign warship^ without urgent necessity for so doing, but the signal men ashore and afloat were to remain on the lookout day and night so long as the weather was clear and safe. 23— The Standard Oil company has created a sensation by declaring that hereafter it will fix the daily price of petroleum regardless of quotations on the oil ex'.hange. Governor Nelson today is unable to say when he will resign the governorship of the state. home grown, per toa SO 00® Onions, per bus 50ft: 55 Onions, yellow Danvere, per bos HOW 05 Parsley X4t, 40 lery, perdoz ........... 1 25f S ' ntabaga.-i, per bos 4.'Vt« 50 Bee's, per bus Carrots, per bus.... Pa snips, per bos fsw B Poi K'om, per lb [email protected] laui TS. She stuck a pin in her foot as sho moved about, and she barked her shins on a chair in re- turning from the hall, but with these evi- dences before you you suspected nothing. 24 —In the United Uat'-s circuit court today a decree was lied in the case of Samuel J. The memorial was referred to the committee on resolutions. Superintendent Brocton, of the Brook- lyn city repair shop No. 2, says be has ttiirty electricians at work and thirty as- sistants today and that he has already done repairing on Fulton street this morning. I has four electricians and four as- sistants and they have done repairing on Gates avenue today. Cole, re^rarding the equitable dis- tribution of gross earnings of railway companies. Spencer, to amend chapter 48, sk Ciion 2, of the general laws of 1887. Spencer, relating to compensation to judges of the district courts. There will be the regular course of business for transac- tion but the principal item will be the reception and opening of bids for the first issue of the water-works purchase bonds. The width is fcrty seven feet over all In the center is the single steam railway track. On each side of this is a sidewalk four feet in width and on the outside of these —one on each side of the bridge— is the street railway and wagon space, each nine feet in width. Senator Wyman had the rules sus- unded and the bill appropriating $60,000 to meet the deficiency in the state university had its final passage. There will be bids all right enough, it is thought, for five firms specially repre- sented here have put in seated bids or communications of some sort. Seitz, rep- resenting Blair & Co., of New York; James B Steedman, of Dayton, Ohio; George A. IN THE BALME The Tenth Day of the Street Railway Strike in Brooklyn and Result Still Doubtful. Crossett held the same position before his election to the office of treasurer. Crossett's friends to know that he is to remain in Duluth. A German named Wagner was sent up the other day for beating his sister. Humboldt (Teun.) Leader: Aunt Mollie Blue sent a fine basket ot apples to the Leader office yetterday. — At least one life has been sacrificed in the strike of the motormen and conductors of the trolley lines. The injured can be counted by scores, but for the most part they have been kept under cover in Older that they may not be prosecuted by the police lor creating disturbances at different times at various points. It is said u nrly $5,000,000 ^olil has been engaged for ship- ra"nt Saturday. Continuing, the Pall Mall Gazette's correspondent says: "All the male for- eigners numbering about thirty, arc armed and they are able to hold the Chinese in check until help arrives. The names of the kil ed are Albert Hall, James Walthens, John Coffee, Robert Hall and Mino Filzsimmons. As soon as this became known the price on the exchange went up to 99 I 8. His resignation, it is undei" stood, will be made to Lieutenant Gov- ernor Clough. Stevens this morning introduced in the senate a bill providing for the settle- ment of differences between employers and employes. 2 74*' S ■COS, Receipts not eo hoary ; market firmer. The s'ock held as security by the latter parties for loans made to Ritchie, con- sisting of Canada copper and Central Ontario railroad shares, are all ordered so'd to satisfy tbe claims against Ritch- ie.

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Trousers; others may want outtits for the bovs; others, Under- wear, Hats, Caps, Gloves, Mittens, Furnishing Goods. ._, MENDENHALL & HOOPES, /Employers Liability, Dtstriet Marux^ert, I Elcvat Or Accidcnt, LOIli OD (j Ua Mee & ACCi W Co. It is added that frcciueni gales of snow and spray obscured the signals in town. 23.— The bodies of the miners killed by an explosion of powder m the mines last night were re covered early today. Will Fix Prices Regardless of Oil Exchange Quotations. The opening quotation on the il City exchange yesterday was q7 1-8 cents, but the Standard hxed the price at qt) cents. Frank Robbins pastor of the Norwalk Baptist church received a visit last even- ing from Harvey I. He will first consult witb the lieutenant governor before taking any step. Potatoes, Minnesota 45^ 50 Potatoes, Western stock 60® 55 Sweet potatoes, lllin .h SS 0U#|3 25 TBGET.4ULBS. Return home, grab her by the hair and demand your money. Ritchie iif'iinst James B, Mc Mullin, ex-Senator Piyne, S'evenson Burke and others.

,000,000 •200,000 600,000 350.000 250.000 20.000 200.00O 27,00C 100,000 40.000 100.000 40,000 100.000 ,_.. A conference of the shareholders and creditors of the Union bank will be held next week to make arrangements re- garding the payment or otherwise of the shareholders of the liability. It is added that owing to diplomatic objections the plan was not to land any blueiackets from the foreign warship^ without urgent necessity for so doing, but the signal men ashore and afloat were to remain on the lookout day and night so long as the weather was clear and safe. 23— The Standard Oil company has created a sensation by declaring that hereafter it will fix the daily price of petroleum regardless of quotations on the oil ex'.hange. Governor Nelson today is unable to say when he will resign the governorship of the state. home grown, per toa SO 00® Onions, per bus 50ft: 55 Onions, yellow Danvere, per bos HOW 05 Parsley X4t, 40 lery, perdoz ........... 1 25f S ' ntabaga.-i, per bos 4.'Vt« 50 Bee's, per bus Carrots, per bus.... Pa snips, per bos fsw B Poi K'om, per lb [email protected] laui TS. She stuck a pin in her foot as sho moved about, and she barked her shins on a chair in re- turning from the hall, but with these evi- dences before you you suspected nothing. 24 —In the United Uat'-s circuit court today a decree was lied in the case of Samuel J. The memorial was referred to the committee on resolutions. Superintendent Brocton, of the Brook- lyn city repair shop No. 2, says be has ttiirty electricians at work and thirty as- sistants today and that he has already done repairing on Fulton street this morning. I has four electricians and four as- sistants and they have done repairing on Gates avenue today. Cole, re^rarding the equitable dis- tribution of gross earnings of railway companies. Spencer, to amend chapter 48, sk Ciion 2, of the general laws of 1887. Spencer, relating to compensation to judges of the district courts. There will be the regular course of business for transac- tion but the principal item will be the reception and opening of bids for the first issue of the water-works purchase bonds. The width is fcrty seven feet over all In the center is the single steam railway track. On each side of this is a sidewalk four feet in width and on the outside of these —one on each side of the bridge— is the street railway and wagon space, each nine feet in width. Senator Wyman had the rules sus- unded and the bill appropriating ,000 to meet the deficiency in the state university had its final passage. There will be bids all right enough, it is thought, for five firms specially repre- sented here have put in seated bids or communications of some sort. Seitz, rep- resenting Blair & Co., of New York; James B Steedman, of Dayton, Ohio; George A. IN THE BALME The Tenth Day of the Street Railway Strike in Brooklyn and Result Still Doubtful. Crossett held the same position before his election to the office of treasurer. Crossett's friends to know that he is to remain in Duluth. A German named Wagner was sent up the other day for beating his sister. Humboldt (Teun.) Leader: Aunt Mollie Blue sent a fine basket ot apples to the Leader office yetterday. — At least one life has been sacrificed in the strike of the motormen and conductors of the trolley lines. The injured can be counted by scores, but for the most part they have been kept under cover in Older that they may not be prosecuted by the police lor creating disturbances at different times at various points. It is said u nrly ,000,000 ^olil has been engaged for ship- ra"nt Saturday. Continuing, the Pall Mall Gazette's correspondent says: "All the male for- eigners numbering about thirty, arc armed and they are able to hold the Chinese in check until help arrives. The names of the kil ed are Albert Hall, James Walthens, John Coffee, Robert Hall and Mino Filzsimmons. As soon as this became known the price on the exchange went up to 99 I 8. His resignation, it is undei" stood, will be made to Lieutenant Gov- ernor Clough. Stevens this morning introduced in the senate a bill providing for the settle- ment of differences between employers and employes. 2 74*' S ■COS, Receipts not eo hoary ; market firmer. The s'ock held as security by the latter parties for loans made to Ritchie, con- sisting of Canada copper and Central Ontario railroad shares, are all ordered so'd to satisfy tbe claims against Ritch- ie.

TURBE CENTS .«u The Oldest and Largest Clothing House at ihe Head of the Qreai Lakes. The closings out of a Winter's stock is a big business for us. _^__ * Williamson & Mendenhall 125 AND 127 WEST SUPERIOR STREET. Advices to the Pall Mall Gazette un der date of Dec, 4. Before the announcement of the vote there were several changes made by members, and the announced result was: Knute Nelson, 102; W. Represent- ative Gu' n, of Itasca county, who had heretofore held to his instructions to support Washburn, voted today for Nel- son. Before starting out this morning you wrote a let- ter." "I did, but"— "I knew It by the ink spots on your cuff and the piece of envetope you are still chewing. — A memorial was presented in tne lower bouse of the C'islature today requesting the Ne- congressional delegation to work for the deportaiioa of Mgr.

Buy whatever you like, pay the price, we'll return 20 per cent. In the course of the talk Jackson remarked that some powerful motive must have induced Mitchell to alter the opinion he held hve years ago, when he drew the color line. Sailors From Foreign Warships Landed to Protect Consulates. 23.— A dispatch from Cbefoo says that sailors from all the foreign warships have been landed to protect the consulates of the different countries they represent. The first vote re- sulted: Nelson, q8; Washburn, 35; Com- stock, 12; Mc Cleary, 3; Donnelly, 13; lohn Lmd, i; Mitchell, 4. Senator Spen- cer, who voted for Washburn yesterday, cast a vote to Nelson today. Pik- « « 7H Pick«rel 4 tt 6 Small fish 3 5 Lake Superior whitetl Bb, large 8 W Lake Hupcrlr'T wbito Qsh, cummon 6 ft IVt Lake Superior trout i %1 Oysters, extra select.. Beoeipti coutiaue light ; good damand for nn- fiozen stock. Do not deny it, for hero are tho proofs: She passed you to windward, and here are red and white hairs sticking to your overcoat.

23 —The Sporting Life publishes an interview with Peter Tack- son, in which the colored fighter says he is perfectly willing to fight Mitchell, but only at the National Sporting club, lor /"looo a side. Brewer is 87 years of age and this is his third matrimonial venture. Straw is 77, has outlived four husbands and says she will outlive this one. When the two houses had assembled and were organized, the roll was called and Governor Knute Nelson shown to have been elected. The governor was brought before the legislature and returned his thanks for the great honor conferred in a brief speech, and the joint session adjourned. Louis county kept in the Nelson column today, as they had from the start, and were among the victors. Your over- coat was in pawn all st^nmer." "Great heavens! In coming from Podunk you passed a redheaded girl riding a white horse.

It provides a penalty for destroying vegetation or animals in the park. The only word of encouragement is con- tained in a message from Racine, Wis., which says: "White tug seen in dis- tance." This, however, cannot be the missing steamer. Wires in a Worse Condition Today Than They Have Seen Yet During the Strike. It is costing tbem a large amount of monty to do this and they have to pay the expenses of the men to Brooklyn and oft.:r enormous sums of money to hold them here. Corn and oats have been weak in sympathy with wheat.

Then they suffer loss by the fact that motormen are coerced into leaving the city, and the conductors after they have collected a day's fare aie often pulled from their cars and robbed of every cent of the company's money which they have collected.

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