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THE MORNING EXAMINER, nm twrajifii fices of the Ussuri railroad will be transferred to Kbnhauvsk suj the administrative office to Nikolsk. Ussuri. The Oriental institute and other educational establishments will be closed. many It ia rumored (bat e great strangers whether Russian or foreign will be asked to leavejh precincts of the tortffleatlons and the nat.ve resito provide dents will be required with soldiers. quarters fin g.Ouo horses, with orders to mobilise the reserves being expected hourly. The Yostichiuy Vleatnik hopes there will lie no war. The other papers are hi Left Her Husband for the Mm She Killed. New York, Feb. U. Bessie Healey, AVERT WAR 21 years old, is In the hands of the Paterson, New Jersey, police, by whom she lg charged with causing the death of James Kohq, 23 years old, son of a wealthy saloon keeper. The young woman separated from her husband for on Russia Tiptoe, Waiting some time ego on account of Kobn. The huHbmud had called on her Just silt-nJapan's Response before Kolia was killed. Ail three some time drinking together. spent A small imrty 4 Boon after New York, Feb. Henley left the woman, Russian soldiers previously reported aa rushed out of the flat and told the near Korea Hamsoo, entered neighbors she had stabbed Kuhn with tor haring 6. The ; Luadoa, have passed Cbasnng. about 10u miles a bread knife because lie had threaten Kw tbe In further wist on the Yalu river, tables ed to kill her. She went out uncongreat war breaking out acknowledged In hlib the Herald s rvrraspomleni at Seoul cernedly and a few minutes later was , Dm, which i arrested by the police who found Kolia brought Russia Is evidently renewing her examerto pacific quarter. bin been develop-bients ination of the Korean side of tbe Yalu. bleeding to death. appreciably nearer by the The Japanese minister in Korea has at the last day or two. Ibatfol--a. ts SOME DEPRESSING INFLUENCES modified Ills order to Japanese e conflict will be at Sonehcn, He says the men lowed bjr a Balkan outbreak, wblrh In time juy develop tnio ft wldeprftd may remain for the present, but the Several Factors Contribute to Present Inactivity. Eoroiieaft conflict. U ilw couKWprw women and children must leave. The the depression Japaneee residents at Wiju, have been 6. The threatened New Feb. probable and inert York. new crdcred to leave. war has had a subduing Influence on pervading political circle. The prepare-thuof the Hi. from Peiereburg stock operations and the wild return , of M. Kurino, the Japnneae Si, Petersburg, Feb. S. The Japan- market has emphasized the Indisposiknown ia not yet Bt. ese mlnleter is preparing to have for departure, tion to trade lu slocks. Bonds have circle, tbe Petersburg. In London but official shsnd the heaviness and dullness of already have and the publlo The Russian reply has been banded stocks. Unfavorable returns of railprca can li the Japam-egovernment by Baron road earnings both gross anil net, nepractically decided that nmlilug evert war end, probably the termina- dr Koaen, the Russian minister at gotiation for a tiiO.Obti.fHK! bwn by tbe tion of the long delay and upcue, Toklo. Pennsylvania lines west of UlUsburg. when the first gun id llrrd will occasion a fall in the price of nitUm, the abbiwi-naa senna of relief, and possibly Port Arthur. Feb. fl. Viceroy Alex-irf- f sence of revival in the Iron and steel Toklo forwarded the Russian reply. to trade, curtailment of anthracite outimprovement. Already Bamn do Rosen, the Russian minister put for lack of s msrket.the wage disdispatches announce that relief ia felt there at the fact Ibat all duulit re- . at Toklo. by telegraph and tlie latter putes between soft coal operator and garding tlie outcome of the negutin-'acknowledged Its receipt. misers and the large total f failures From the Russian view point the for January have been contributory tinea have practically been art at rnt. fell again mock on . Price the note is regarded as pacific. exchange far I or to the dullness and depression. krothla moroing, ConaoU opening The evident approach of the turn In 4 1 3 kiwer fl. The scare In city the currency movement London, Feb. ner, Japanese eecurUle from New ' and Russian Latur 1 point lower. circles here was shown by a wild re- York and tbe call for payment of 20 . Con sola improved port curn-u- t on the slock exchange per cent of government deposits In Tba BrltlBh poaUifflre cmiihaalies thnt. a severe naval engagement haa banks have affected the money market. by taken pinna la which throe Russian the critical atate of tha situationran-not and two Japanese ships were sunk. announcing that code telegram PANAMA'S RECOGNITION. Jabe accepted for any place la There are indications that informaYork New tbe at received tbn the tion pan, .cooflrmlag Japanese legation Argentina Are Sudannouncement to the aame effect. from Toklo shows that Russia's reply, Negotiations With Closed. subdenly the I to believe Min re deestimation of the the in There legation had al- cidedly does uot meet Japans wishes. New York, Feb. fl. Negotiation beject of tha lar-- t Kulan reply Ihe Jato in minmunlcnted The general tension diplomatic gun by Dario Herrera, representative ready been pan legal ie1 hero and thence to the quarters here today Is unquestionably of Panama, to obtain recognition of the new republic by Argentina, have been foreign office. One long and aevcral Increased. shorter eablo message from Toklo suspended, rabies ths HerIndefinitely Haron Seoul. Feb. fl. Ruaaian aoldlers have ald's bave reccntly been received by at Buenos Ayres. correspondent llayaahl. There vn mmauel activity been tbe cause of n disorderly incident Herrera has received from Minister at the legation thin morning and long In Seoul. One of the Russians seised of Foreign Affaire Esptrella, at Pannueaaagea were ecut to various point. a woman and nn angry crowd gathered. With reference to the reiterated A body of Korean gen d'armea arrived ama, the following: Oeae your functions and suspend . statement from Russian sources lhat at the acene of troubla and an encounfor recognition. Ihe govnegotiations e to Japaneae could not agree Rusal ter with ths Russians followed. The your service." fortlfliatioa of southern Korea, ia it gen d'nrmes fought well, overpowering ernment thanks you for The action of the Panama governwould endanger the ueatrellty of the the Russians, one of whom was woundto tbe evasive etrait of Korra. the Jepeneee lega- ed. Tha Koreans declare that tbe Rum ment la said to be due answers given by Minister Terry to tion said today that Japan had already slani will destroy the country. Aa Insurrection has broken out sixty Herrero. showing that Argentina was tbe renaonnbleneee of thin recognlz-r- i not Inclined to recognise the new reand Ruasia of miles north of Seoul. contention nu the part of public. had readily agreed that tha peaMgrj London, Feb. fl. A deapntrh to Reutha atralta of Korea ahould be perfectters Telegram agency from St. PetersCAPILLARY ELECTRONOMETER. ly free. Japan, however,, refusal to agree to burg any: Aa authoritative statement from a Will Register Electric Discharges from the neutral none suggested, because aha the Body. hrllaved It would become virtually, e Ruaaian source regarding the Ruaaian If tha Jnpaneaa Russian sphere of influence In view ot reply is as follows : 8. The capillary Feb. Chicago, Is animated by ths asms her large concession on the Yglu government new a Instrument, delian the Ruaaian govriwr. Moreover, if Japan had granted pacific sentimentsIs reason to cate ths minute ditregister enough to hope that ernment, there this demand It would have been In to a rgra of electricity in nerves and Russia's fresh will ft give proposals the contention that to Japans aa to permit muscles, haa been invented by research such favorable independence and Integrity of Korea mutual accord reception laborabeing Dully reached. workers In tha Physiological must be recognized. Baron da Roam has been furnished tory at the Unitersity of Chicago. The with all the necessary instructions for Invention will greatly aid the curs ot J Xew'Yorlf, Feb.' fl. The central lockjaw, they hope, end lie of greet fresh phase of tlie negotiations. a serUnion cable Western of the use In nervous diseases. vice announced today that private A fine glass tubs with n hole In no Washington, Fab. 8. Mr. Takahira, messages In secret language cannot be Jaimnesa Innot than n 'capillary gland on the been larger minister, bu accepted for any place in Japan. The by his government of tbe re- back of a human hand. Is the mechancommercial table company la advised formed The tube at ceipt of the Russian reply, but ho has ism of the Instrument. by tha Japanese administration that received advkes from Toklo. which one end contains mercury, which -. In prisecret language. ia prohibited show the feeling tbero to be one of the email extremity of the tube. vats messages to Japan. greet exasperation at the delay In the The tube rests In a cup of acid, and &t the Russian reply for which the two ere Joined by platinum wire. fit. Petersburg, Feb. fl. A dispatch receipt no. explanation ha been given. The All life action la chemical sad elecfrom Vladlvostock says tbe hasty minister mild thnt he expected trical. the inventors believe, and by today there is to call at atate department Inter in the flight of Japareae midant action of the electrical discharge attributed io secret orders from the day, for a conference with the acting the a moving muscle on the mercury Neither secretary of state. He described the from government. Japanese In the tube the amount of energy exnor of promises persuasion situation being very grave. He was pended may be gauged. authorithe by protection not surprised to bear that Mr. Kurino, effect. The ties had any Japnneae the Japanese minister, wu preparing TELEGRAPH BRIEFS. commerrlul agent aided In the exodus. to depart from Rusala. In view of tbe During tbe course of the flight yester- activity of the Russian military forces New Y'ork. Feb. 6. For three conserrifltvd storks the Japanese believe that Russia la day the secutive . weeks tha bank utatemtnt valued at sernal hundred thousand bent on war. Special emphasis Is placed haa broken all previous records as roubles for five to ten kopeck, throe by Japanese officials upon the foraggregate of loans and deporegards Alex-Irftowns are warding of the reply to Admiral f, roubles. Tha neighboring sit. The grand total of loans Is now without hair dressers, laundresses, head of tha war party, for final 1898,830.800. while have deposit maid servants, and some of the facrevision. Another strong Indication of grown to tha unprecedented sum of wnr in the opinion of the minister. Is 81,027.150,500. tories are closed. . ft Is added that there Is general Ir- the warning given by tbe Russian offritation at Vlad 1 vo tuck owing to en- icial to the Japanese officials at VladlThomasvllle, Ga., Feb. fl. Secretary tire lack of news even la official quar- vostock to the Japanese commercial of Blots Hay left for Washington today. ters. agent, that a state of siege might he He seemed well and In fine spirit e Ruasia Is standing on the expected any time. Mr. Takahira had a conference lastof expectation and apprehension. Her Ottawa. Ont., Feb. fl. Charles 8. response having now reached Japan ing about half an hour wtlh acting Hyman, M. P., of London, Ont., has word there from it awaited with ex- ttaiTclary of Bute Loomis this afterbeen sworn In aa a member of the noon. Ue left, the department greatly cabinet without portfolio. Mr. Ilyman treme anxiety. The feeling thnt Japan will stand depressed over the situation and will ia a prominent leather manufacturer firmly on her former demand! against not be surprised to hear of a severance whatever eon cession Rusaia ran of- of diplomatic relations between Russia Berlin, Feb. 6. The reichstag tofer consistent with tha maintenance of and Japan at any moment. day passed the bill prolonging for one her pride Is becoming a conviction year the maintenance of the army at here. An official of the foreign office llarhin, Feb. fl. 9; 30 p..n. Tk its present peace strength. said: aooretary of the Japanese consulate at "The world tinderatauds our posi- Yladlvostock has arrived hero and has Grata. Austria, Feb. G. Baron von tion pretty well. There In no reason warned the Japanese residents to Horst, former Austrian minister of d why the situation should be conaid-ere- d leave. They ere all hurryi.it away, fonse, is dead. changed. Russia haa done her selling and even giving away their beutmost, hut tbe other aide must yield longing. Chicago. Feb. G. Former Chief ot if n rommon ground is to be found. The price of food end fodder Is Police Joseph Klpley died today, tha The Japanese people and press have raising. result of aa for stomach been kept excited by false reports Introuble. vented, we believe, to create distrust WATERED STOCK. of Russia, llow far the Japanese auFolsom. Cal., Feb. fl. William Glothorities can withstand llie popular Present Directors Bus Predecessors ver was hanged in Ihe elate prison totide la n question." , day for the murder of Frederick , for Irregularities. In sharp contrast with thin ralm near Colburn on June 11. 1902. Bill Fraiieisco, Feb! fl. Two suits The drop fell a few minutes after and even hoiieful view voiced by the Uuaainn official la the gloom thnt pre- uf stockholder liabilities filed today noon. vails at the Japanese legation ami by the lisas Plantation company British embassy where no effort are .that; the wtqrh vf.thai corporaPrlnetlon. N. J.. Fob. G. Charles f. made to disguise their fooling of un- tion, which owns one of the. oldest Wbeelan. .lr.. a member of one of the IsthaHawaiian easiness. sugar idantaUuua-imoKt prominent families of Philadelfrom 2pu.iHk to phia. ia critically 111 at the land. New York. Feb. fl. A Russian tin extent of fli.uftq.OOO. The suits Infirmary with pneumonia. university Wheelan who has lately returned from the are tiled by the present board of dire- wa f bark on the Varsity footiiame of the. in ihe ctor. is Moscow the company. by qunti-East, l'sr ball eleven. SKHliiht the director who had charge correspondent, of the Times to the efin affair id the the companys past. 1'sclflc fect that the Russian LETTER FROM PRESIDENT. quadmn charged with possesses, at Iran two. submarine. The former directors arc and 'dthtribiued away hating given The National Council of Women Is They were built on ilie black Sea, wpi carried east in sections and fitted to- among themselves i j.iMHl hsrea of Encouraged. and of stock Incurred haring gether ai Puri Arthur, where thy now rapital drills to the extent of 8235 581 lu Indianapolis. Fri). 4. Mrs. Kate are. . amount permitted by the Waller Barrett addressed the executive of The officer also e'ates that the mouth laws of the Hie Mate. The Riving away committee of the National Counril ot of th Amur river is heavily mined, of the share of stock is alleged lie Women today In the interest of the and that the river is equipp'd with a viols Ion of the sta;e constitution. Florence Crittenden homes for Ihe each about sisty-craft, patrolling light rescue of young women snd read the and miles, earrytng light artillery. THE DUEL AVERTED. following letter from President Roosevelt: Yladlvostock. Feb The author Nsw Y'ork, Fb. S. Fsara that a My Dear Madame: I wish yon all ties here apparently are without In duel might grow out of ths dispute possible success with your work. I formation In regard to the situation over a boat rare between mra from ths have long felt that there was a pecuThey receive casual instructions from Duka of Ahruzzls Italian cruiser liar claim for philanthropic work on which it is apparent that preparations are on ths increase to repel hostile at Liguria and aa Argentine war vessel behalf of the very people who you are tacks, but no comprehensive steps have passed, says a Herald dispatch striving to aid. In our social system have been taken, nor has there been from Buenos Ayres. The trouble they pay so heavy a penalty for wrong any special allotment of funds, with' which occurred Sunday was due to doing, and the road to reform and reout which many things are impossible charges of fraud: but the captain ot habilitation 'ia mad so difficult, that The movement of trnnps toward Korea the Italian boat has announced that be I can conceive no more worthy work has been stopped. The public Is had no Intention of offending tbe Ar- than that of institution such the greatly depressed by the uncertainty gentine navy. one under your management With and tanking and mercantile operations The Liguria haa received orders To all good w ishes. I am. ere at a standstill. visit Montevideo so plans for another Sincerely yours, If VTadivostock Is blockaded the of regatta have fallen through. "THEODORE ROOSEVELT. ON irurt Ib. real-den- Russo-Japanes- s min-later- a 1 l-- of-'fi-re OGDEN, pote-keepe-rs tip-to- - JBliTLER TBCE The Jury Decided That Evidence Was Insufficient for Conviction. Fulton, Ua, reb- - - The Jury in ths case of Edward Butler, millionaire Bt. Louis pulitirisn on trial on a charge of bribing 15 members of the house of delegate, today returned a verdict of not guilty. When the verdict was read a doxen of Col. Butler's friends gave forth a wild shout, and dashed out into the street to spread th news.' Butler stepped quickly for- ward and shook hands with Foreman Rosser. Then he walked down the tins of Jurors, .baking hands with each. Within few minutes Judge Graves polled the jury and discharged them. Friends surrounded CoL Butler and he held an informal reception, laughing and Joking with those about him. When he finished shaking hands with the Jury. Colonel Butler turned to his son, Eddie, the big blacksmith. There were tears ia the old man's ayes snd the young nian, unable to speak, grabbed his father and kissed him. Circuit Attorney Folk, who was la the court room, appeared dumbfounded. T thought the state had a good case, he said. "Beyond that I have time." nothing to say at this About eighteen ballots were taken, according to Fbreman Rosser, and qt the start the Jury stood ten for acquittal and two for cuuvictlon. "One of these toting to ronvict changed after the first ballot," said Rosser. Tha other man held out stubbornly until 9:45 o'clock when he finally came into line. The jurors did not want to convict the defendant on the testimony vf boodlers and perjurers, whose statement were flatly cunt rad let ml by men uf good character. Again we would not think the .circumstances pointed to guilt. There were serious doubts as to Butler's guilt. Writhing the facts careftillv, we think we did our full duty fairly anil Impari'ally." G- SENATOR HANNA HAS GOOD REST BIG STEMJMS LAUNCHED HARRIMAN MAY HAVE 4 Highest Class ;; JEWELRY SENT IN RAILWAY GUIDE. ROBERT ELLIN DEAD. New York, Feb. 6. Robert vvvvwfwaftfmnnnn. always have Just what ytu want for prompt delivery. We Build a Home. If Married i: ; . If Not Get Married Quick. 154 24th Street Tdephone 128. CONTROL. Southern Pacific Men Survey on Clark Road. Baa Francisco, Feb. 6. Southern Pacific surveyora now taking an active part In locating the final surveys for Senator W. A. Clarks Los Angeles snd Balt Lake railroad, south from Csllentes, Nev., to Daggett, CaL For this reason It Is believed In railroad snd financial circle that K. H. Hard- an Of SPECS AL man, either through ths Southern Pacific company or tha Union Pacific or his Oregon Short Lin has obtained control of tha Clark road. . GLOVER im ON TRIAL. To ladies about to or let the making of a SPRING SUIT Right now is the time. Until February 15th Special Prices Prevail In our Manufacturing Department. We will make elegant SHIRT WAIST SUITS for $8 OO and up. Perfectly fitting SK.RTS for $5 OO and up. Handsome WAISTS for $3.00 and up. Our specialist. Madam Woolley. w.H give puv sonal attention to every detail, and only die most perfect work Will leave this department. t Beauty ......in Dress Goods Our counters and shelves are loaded with the , seasons most attractive and taking Novelties In Dress Goods. Examine the many, beautiful and durab!e SCOTCH SUITINGS in the various . handsome weaves, and pretty shades. Special I ne of new fabrics. MONREVES CREPE de PARIS, MOHAIRS, Etc. ", Its a pleasure for us to show you the new goods. You are welcome Just to look. All Latest Styles In 1904 , - i Custom Officers Fled Stones Valued at , Two Thousand Dollar New York, Feb.; 6. Jewelry valued at $2,000, which was concealed in a cunningly constructed hiding plana la a railway guide aent by mail from Germany to an address la Denver, was seized by customs Officers here today. The sending of a railway guide through the malls from Germany to Denver aroused the curiosity of the deputy collector and he opened tha package, as ha haa tha right to do. 11a found that a hole about an Inch square and deep had been cut In the leaves of the middle of the book, within which were carefully packed a turquols ear ring and two diamond pins. i Bar and! Up-to-D- ate Store Fixtures. . J. Valentines qwaaaai V Spargoa S. Book Store. J. BURT & BROS. A Considerable Reduction On Ellin, who had an International reputation aa a stone snd wood carver, Is dead, at his home in Yonkers from heart failure. He came from England In 18G7 and waa looked upon as tha founder of the artistic stone carving business In the United States. Many of the first homes In New Y'ork were ornamented by him. Woolen Blankets The present cold weather banishes all thought of putting away heavy bedclothes; and blankets will be in use for the next five months. In fact, .blankets in' Utah are as essential as straw hats in Panama the year round. Take in these wool blankets at the prices were quoting. These prices will bear comparison with what is usually charged for such blankets. James Ballards MEAT MARKET ths only place In town where you get the worth of your money. 331 24th Street Phone 127K. is k Cotton Blankets Remarkably Reduced Weve placed a very attractive price on cotton blankets few next week. Theyre reliable full size. 65c quality 50c a pair - 75c quality 85c quality - of-fu- 65c pair a pair 85c a pair 1.10 a pair 1.00 quality 185 quality . Woolen Blankets , white , with colored borders , sell regularly at $3.25 a Pair. Wg offer them all during next week at $2.95 a pair. Woolen Blankets , white , with colored borders, the regular $4.00 kind are offered at S3. 45 a Pal White zvoolen blankets , made of the best combed wool , blankets which sell regularly at $12.00 , yours next week for $10.00 a Pair. ........ 7uc sub-hal- n ! d , 1 GENERAL MILL WORK : 2-- Nlcr-hoff- m uEADERS IN Cripple Creak. Feb., fl. Attorney John M. Glover, a former congressConfidence. man from Missouri, wu placed on trial Washington, Feb. 6. Ths following in the district court today on tha bulletin was issued by Senator Han- charge of having murderously assaultnas physicians this morning: ed Sergeant Louis Dlttmore, of tha Senator Hanna rested well, temper- Colorado National Guard.,' The ature 101; pulse 81 arises from the fight oa December 28 Senator Hr ana la very weak today, tut when Glover resisted arrant by the but Dr. Rixey continues to view the militia and wu wounded. Glover la outcome with confidence. The patient conducting his own defense. had a comfortable night A rise of one degree was shown In his temperature this morning, but there was a decrease of 1 5 degrees from the temperature taken at 8 oclock-las- t night. It was said there waa nothing unusual In these fluctuations. When tha cr-clPerfect eyes are Invaluable point will be pasaed is problematical. Senator Hanna- was first taken lit Tha cost of glasses Is small three weeks ago today, and if he had when considering the relief had tha ferer alsfl then, the critical they afford when properly tomorrow. period should bq fitted. My work la perfect This, however, ii.,only guess work. The aeustura stomach is In better conGlasses made on tbe premdition snd he la Taking nourishment ise Examination FREE. much mors satisfactorily than heretofore. T. RUSHMER, Dr. Rixey has arranged to make four vtsili a day, the hours besides tha earEXPERT MFU OPTICIAN ly morning visit being noon, 4 o'clock 2412 Wash. and 8 o'clock in .the evening. These will enable the keeping of a regular chart of the patient's temperature. No bulletin! were loaued during tha day, but It waa stated that there was no change In tha senator's condition. 0x.-rcUo-n ex-re- s THE' ECCLES LUMBER CO. j; Largest Type ef Cargo and Passenger Vessel Built In United State Croton, Conn., Feb. G. The steamer Dakota waa successfully launched here today. Mias Mary Fleming of Ellendale North Dakota, wu sponsor. As the great craft began to slip away from the christening stand she broke a bottle of champagne on the prow, saying, I christen thee Dakota." la the christening stand were Governor Abram Chamberlain, - President Hill of the Great Northern, sad many members of the boards of trades of MinaeapoliH and Bt. Louis with ladle The Dakota, like her sister ship, the Minnesota, which wu launched at the Eastern Shipbuilding companys yard ia April, 1903, is of ths largest type of cargo and pusenger vessels built in the United State. The dimensions are 630 feet over all, 73 feet, 6 inches breadth, 5f feet moulded depth, 83 feet draught, and grow tonnage 22.000. Triple expansion engines of 11,000 horse power driving twin a crews are exnected to develop an average speed of 14 knots aa hour. Tha contracts for tha Dakota aud Minnesota were awarded early la 1900 to tha Eutern Bhlnbullding company, tha contract price far each being Doctor Rixey Views Outcome With pen-etrat- ea u EDWARD . FEBRUARY 7, 19Of. UTAB, SUNDAY MORNING, ; . a typewriter that is ont of repair. It pays to keep a good machine, and that la the kind that we are selling. We will sell you a new one or an old one fixed up to do the work like new. If you do nut want to buy. we will rent you one. We win keep it in repair aa long as you want it. Perhaps you would HJce to trad tha typewriter you now have for one that Is In better order of for some different etyle. If ao, let ua know and we will cell end aee what we can do for you. L. H. BECRAFT ' ... Close Marks on Black Dress Goods Not nearly too late to buy Black Dress Gooas, land at the price , you U know it's economy to invest . These Mistral NoPPes , plain Mistrals ana Voille NoPPes which were formerly worth $1.75 to S2J5 per yard, are worth your attention at $1JS. Cheviots, Zibelines , Canvas Cloths and Fancy Mohairs, which are regularly worth $1.25 and $1.75, are marked down to 90c per yard.' COR. 24TH AND GRANT. WAFFLE HOUSE 246 Street. SHORT ORDERS ON SHORT NOTICE Open Day and Night .... Magny and Kinxy, Proprietors. Twenty-fift- h W. Si. Wright & Sons Co.