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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tomahawk. — 16 June 1903

nwind T^****? u*_ r1~T&*f 1 'J I 40 fX} 1 *$ IK. WESTERN CANADA'S IMMI- GRATION. Rapid Settlement of the Wheat Flld Lylnsr North of the 49th Parallel. [Prom the Chicago Record-Herald "Canadahasanticipateda very heavy Immigration this year, and she now has ?ures to show that she is actually getting it jn a way to meet all her xpectations. In the first lour jnonths of this year the doors of the Dominion opened to 40.672 persons, according to a report prepared by the committee on agriculture and colonization of the Canadian parlia ment. This is almost twice as large as the immigration in the corre sponding months last year, and fully three times as large as in 1901, the -cspective figures being 22,482 and 13,393. "Most of these newcomers have been attracted by the wheat lands of the Northwest territories. They .have moved direct from Winnipeg and they have turned that city into a great camp, in which they have been fitting themselves out for the Jast stage of their adventure for ne...

Publication Title: Tomahawk, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tomahawk. — 16 June 1903

^J ^Jv 1 ft. w^. LOCAL AND PERSONAL, Mrs. ^lartin Stevens of Pons ford, A lsitor at the Agency. C. O. Neilson, E. H. CormontanJ and S. Nelson ot Fos&ton, aie \is- jting friends here. Sylera Fairbanks, one of the -merchants at Beaulieu, is taking in the celebiation. Lilian Harrison, teacher at the *Rice River Boarding School, and Sarah Beaulieu, both of Beaulieu, are visitors at the Agency. ^Mrs.Susan Moncrieff,of Topeka, Kans., and Mis* M. Cook of Paikj pids, government employees at Pine Point, are attending the cele .bation here. Mrs. Louisa Branley, who has been at Branurd, where an opera tion was pel formed on her for & cancer, returned home last Satur day ery much unproved in health. J) E N TIS YFor first class uaitistry, call on Dr. R. H. Photon. Teeth extracted without pain. ,Crown and Bridge work a special ty. Office o\ei First National Bank, Detioit, Minn. G. F. Folstum, a-sffember of this rescivation who is living at Still-* water, is here tor the puiposo oti openin...

Publication Title: Tomahawk, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tomahawk. — 25 June 1903

"KJ^^V te \A ^imhmm QU5 1 "*A WEEK^y JK, & MUfcCHISON, ATTORNEY AT LAW, LATE LAW CLERK, LAND {DIVISION, INDIAN OFFICE. DEPARTMENT PRACTICE A SPECIALTY, %!h$ JLOAN AND TBUST BLD*G. WASHINGTON D, C. White Earth, Minn. The Largest and Host Commodious Hotel on the Reservation. Table always bountifully supplied tvith everything that the market affords, including game and fish in season* A large and comfortable, Feed and Livery stable in connection with Hotel. JOHN LEECY Prop. Selam Fairbanks, Dealer in DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, HARDWARE and Lumbermen Supplies. Market price paid for Ginsing Snake Root and Furs. Orders for pure Maple-Syrup, and wild rice promptly attended to. BEAULIEU MINN. "the Tomahawk.'9 ATRIAL & months 6 months sZainas V* bjum" wut fr.m as a i TOMAHAWK. H. BEAULIEU Publisher.1 White Eqrth Agency, Minn. NEWSPAPER Subscriptions. 40 Cents 75 Cents "-^-J de moted tp t^ie interests $ the' White ^artjjL Reservation an# gen eral Northwestern ^Te\v.. Publish .ed and manage...

Publication Title: Tomahawk, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tomahawk. — 25 June 1903

I ,i if W\ 1 %i J: r. The Tomahawk- L-^ WHITE EARTH, MINN s*i ^^^SaJsBii^flyS^^y p-i-iffr-- All the News of the Past Seven Days Condensed. HOME AND FOREIGN ITEMS Kewsof the Industrial Field, Personal and Political Items, Happenings at Home and Abroad. THE NEWS FROM ALL THE WORLD DOMESTIC. John M. Ross, past grand master of the Delaware odd fellows, committed suicide by shooting at Wyoming, Del. Twelve bodies of flood -victims have been recovered at Clifton, Ariz., bnt the death list generally is plaeed at 31. Kansas City, Kan., is still sorely in need of aid for its flood sufferers. A second urgent appeal to the country at large has been issued by the relief com mittee of that city. Bradstreet's weekly review reports iron production the greatest ever re corded, with price* firm. Other trades are reasonably quiet. Gross railroad earnings for May were 12 per cent, over 1902. Crop damage reports are exaggerated. At Sneedviile, Tenn., Lewis Bolin, aged 60, was murdered by his 13-year- o...

Publication Title: Tomahawk, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tomahawk. — 25 June 1903

TOWf *'%***x&S$8$&^S^ A Maryland Wonder. Upper Cross Roads, Md., June 15th, Never in the history of medicine in this state has anything created Buch a sen sation by its marvelous cures of the most extreme cases as Dodd's Kidney Pills. This wonderful medicine seems to know no limit its wonder working power. Long standing cases that have defied the most expert medical treatment seem to yield easily to this new conqueror of dis ease. Hundreds have testified to the virtue of Dodd's Kidney Pills. They tell of se vere cases of Rheumatism, Lumbago, Backache, Female Trouble, Nervous Dis eases and even Dropsy, Diabetes and Bright's Disease cured by this medicine. Among those who have been benefited may be mentioned Mrs. John Cooney of this place. Mrs. Cooney says: "I believe Dodd's Kidney Pills the best remedy ever known for Kidney Trouble and weak back. "They are without exception the best medicine I have ever used. "I will always praise them, highly, for I know that they are good1....

Publication Title: Tomahawk, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tomahawk. — 25 June 1903

XV &* fe'N !$*" l'i i.v *lfc IK 811 ft '4 If 1 f. if 8- ft 1/ jfc. Sf*. LOCAL AND PERSONAL, Miss Nellie Scott,graduate of the Lincoln Institute, Philadelphia, Pa., is visiting with Miss McLean. W, R. Caljaway, general pas senger agcnjt ft*- t&e Soo Kail way, made a business trip to this reser .tion last Tuesday, The Hiawatfea Company has been engaged to go and show at Pine Point during ibe 4th &f July celebration there, Mr, T, C, Heier, teacher of the government day school here, left to-day for hi home at Randolph, N. Y. on his summer's vaca tf ^n. DKNTISTBY-^For first class dentistry, call on Dr. R. H, Phalon. Teeth extracted without pain. Crown and Bridge work a Kpecial ty. Office over First State Bank, Detroit. Minn. John B. and Eugene Warren, John Carl, John Webster* (J. and Frank Beaulieu made up a pirty that went to Beaulieu to at tend a dance last Friday, They report having had a splendid time, Chief Ain-dus-o-geshig of Mill*' Lac, who has been visting here, left ...

Publication Title: Tomahawk, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tomahawk. — 2 July 1903

-tf 7 t*^ Page ia$t*g$^^wi^%*i$ The TOM/IWK, QU5. n. BEAUUEU Publisher. White Earth Agency, Minn. IdT'A WEBKLY RESERVATION LAND* TO LEASE lfl.,M -aeres Sands on White Earth Reservation, in tracts ot 8 acres and mow* by ALLQtTEES. IHD N fttOTECTtVE Association 200BOJM BuHdlJif V^shington 0, C, DafflB. Henderson, Att'y, Indian daims again* tlie Unit- ied States,* ^peeialitjr., K. S, MURCtU&OK. ATTORNEY AT LAW. 1.ATE LAW CLERK, LAND OIVJSJOAU INMAN OFFICE, DEPARTMENT PRACTICE A SPECIALTY. ijOAtf A NO TflSIST ULXHk. WASHINGTON il a ^*Hotel Table always bountifullr supplied with ipverjrihing that tfee market affonds^includoiggame and fteh in season. A large and comfortable. Feed and Livery stable in connection with HoteL jam Lftcr rrtp. Selam Fairbanks, Dealer in DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, HARDWARE and Lumbermen Supplies. Market price paid for Ginsing Snake Root and Furs. Orders for pure Maple-Syrup, and wild rice promptly attended to. BEAULIEU MINX. "the Tomahawk." J^nrRIAL Subscriptions...

Publication Title: Tomahawk, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tomahawk. — 2 July 1903

ft ,*rwv The Tomahawk. WHITE EARTH, MINN. All the News of the Past Seven Days Condensed. HOME AND FOREIGN ITEMS News of the Industrial Field, Personal and Political Items, Happenings at Home and Abroad. THE NEWS FROM ALL THE WORLD DOMESTIC. On the advice of Attorney General Knox, unanimously agreed to by the president and cabinet, the navy de partment will proceed with prepara tions to launch the cruiser Gaheston. Trade conditions are considered generally favorable, although unsea sonable weather retards distribution of merchandise in some sections. E. J. Arnold, the "get-rich-quick" plunger, returned to St. Louis to face the charges against him, and gave bonds for his appearance in court. A general strike of freight handlers and warehousemen in three wholesale houses and on four railroads in Chi cago is threatened, the/arbiters chosen by both sides to the dispute being una ble to decide on a fifth member. A Chicago teamster, with three com panions, washed out $205,000 in gold from ...

Publication Title: Tomahawk, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tomahawk. — 2 July 1903

A Cure for Dropsy. Sedgwick, Ark., June 22d.Mr. W S. Taj'lor of this place says: "My little boy had Dropsy. Two doc torsthe best in this part of the country told me he would never get better, and to have seen him anyone else would have eaid they were right. His feet and limbs were swollen so that he could not walk nor put on his shoes. "When the doctors told me he would surely die, I stopped giving him their med icine and began giving him Dodd's Kidney Pills. I gave him three pills a day and at the end of eight days the swelling was all gone, but as 1 wanted to be sure, 1 kept on with the pills for some time, gradually re ducing the quantity, till finally I stopped altogether. "Dodd's Kidney Pills certainly saved my child's life. Before using them he was a helpless invalid in his mother's arms from morning till night. Now he is a healthy, happy child, running and dancing and singing- 1 can never express our gratitude. "Dodd's Kidney Pills entirely cured our boy after everybody, doct...

Publication Title: Tomahawk, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tomahawk. — 2 July 1903

^iH^ijy^gff^ 5 i$ I' -it- I 4 I i i LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Fresh candy ami i'resU fruit *t B. Fairbanks. John Lynch and lady wjll enjoy the 4th of July at Fosston. Scott Porter left on Monday for Iris H/hoine at Poiterville, B. S. Fairbanks will celebrate the "tthh" at Frazee. Norby H. Bcaulieu was an agency trailer on Wednesday. i Minnie Ledeboer is visiting in De troit with Mrs. J. II. Smith. Miss Madge Nason returned to her home at Deer River, last Tuesday. Dr. Smith and family were to Ilice River Saturday, returning Monday. Engineer Hoover and family left the jvhool on leave of absence for thirty days. Mr. and Mrs. Carl of ^tarsb River were doing business at the Agency on Wednesday, B. L. Fairbanks returned Monday from Red Lake, Cass Luke, Duluth and St. Paul. Mrs. Lucy Santwere was in Detroit to meet her children PJiilomena and Maggie who returned from the Morris School. On Tuesday, John Carl and Rachel Gardner were among the picnicers at White Earth Lake. Peter King resigned his ...

Publication Title: Tomahawk, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tomahawk. — 9 July 1903

OUS. H. p^AULlEU Publisher. White Earth Agency, Minn, 2^A WEEKLY THE TOMAHAWK WHITE EARTH, MINN. RESERVATION LANDS TO LEASE 100,0()0 acres of first class farm land* on White Earth Reservation, in tracts of 80 acres and mde, by ALLOTTEES. INDIAN PROTECTIVE Association 200 Bond Building Washington D. G. Dan'! 6. Henderson, Att'y. Indian claims against the Unit- ed States a speciality. je*^ya*&*W&^ K. S. MURCHISON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. LATE LAW CLERK, LAND DIVISION, INDIAN OFFICE. DEPARTMENT PRACTICE A SPECIALTY. LOAN AND TRUST BLD'G. WASHINGTON D. C, Hotel Leecy. White Earth, Minn. The Largest' and Host Commodious Hotel on the Reservation. Table always bountifully supplied with everything that the market affords, including game and fish in season* A large and comfortable, Feed and Livery stable in Connection with Hotel. JOHN LEECY Prop. Selam Fairbanks, Dealer in DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, HARDWARE and Lumbermen Supplies. Market price paid for Oinsing Snake Root and Furs, Orders for pu...

Publication Title: Tomahawk, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tomahawk. — 9 July 1903

S & 1903 JULY 1903 SDK. HON. TUBS. WBD THUB. PRI. SIT. 1 2 9 5 '3 6 4 7 8 12 19 26 10 17 24 31 13 20 27 11 18 25 14 21 28 15 22 29 V=! 16 23 30 All the News of the Past Seven Days Condensed. HOME AND FOREIGN ITEMS News of the Industrial Field, Personal and Political Items, Happenings at Home and Abroad. THE NEWS FROM ALL THE WORLD DOMESTIC. The exchanges, at the leading clear ing houses in the United States dur ing the seven days ended on the 26th aggregated $1,904,072,524. The de crease compared with the corre sponding week of last year was 5.1. Delaware is in dread of race riots owing to the helpless attitude of the state government over the burning of neg ro at Wilmington and subse quent street fights. General John R. Brooke was re elected president at the meeting of the Society of the Army of the Poto mac in Boston The percentages of the baseball clubs in the National league for the week ended on the 28th were: Pitts burgh, C83, Ne York, .649 Chicago, .(507, Brooklyn, .527 C...

Publication Title: Tomahawk, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tomahawk. — 9 July 1903

w ST .f 4 Early Reports of the Awful Mine Horror in Wyoming Fully Substantiated. PITIFUL SCENES FOLLOW EXPLOSION. iSorvivorj^ Driven Insan e, Flgrbt Be cners Lilte FiendsFew Bodies of Victims Thus Fa* Recovered Ut ile Chan ce of Rescuing: Any of En tombed MenMany Coffins Ordered. Hanna, Wyo., July 2.Of 262 men mho went toto the Union Pacific Coal .company's No. 1 mine Tuesday 235 were killed by the explosion of black damp that occurred at 10:30 a. m. Most of the dead are Finlanders and negroes. Members of the rescuing parties tell of pitiful scenes about the seventeenth level, as deep as it has been possible to penetrate. Some of the survivors were driven insane and fought like fiends tagainst *.?**& the rescuers. Dazed, listless survivors were found sitting on cars or lying on the floor, careless of whether they lived or died. Near the seven teenth level 20 bodies were found strewn over a pile of debris which the men had striven to surmount before overcome by the deadly fumes. ...

Publication Title: Tomahawk, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tomahawk. — 9 July 1903

i:i r- LOCAL AND PERSONAL 1(^-1 it Mr. and Mrs. Mark Lambert were In town today, i Mah-cum-dway-we-ne-ne and wife Pe-mis-quah-nah-quad-o*quay of Lib* by, Minn., arrived here today. DENTISTRYDr. Phalon will be in Riehwood July 14th for one day. Office at hotel. Peter Giard, Chas. Fairbanks and Mart Bisson left today on a fishing excursion near Sugar-bush Lake. For ice cold drinks, with all the known flavors, follow the crowd to B. L. Fairbanks, where a new foun tain has been set up. Agent Michelet viewed the ball game here from the hotel pump and vi a* overheard to remark that it was the best game he had ever witnessed. Miss Sophia Warren of this place has been appointed in the Indian Ser vice and has gone to Yormillion Lake school, Tower, Minn., to assume her duties there. She left here last Sat urday. DKNTISTRYFor first class dentistry, call on Dr. R. H. Phalon. Teeth extracted without pain. Crown and Bridge work a special ty. Office over First State Banti? Detroit, Minn. LOSTBetwe...

Publication Title: Tomahawk, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tomahawk. — 16 July 1903

nata ThY TOMAHAWK. GUS. H. BEAULIEU Publisher. White Earth Agency, Minn. 3a 4 WEEKLY NEWSPAPER months at tfye yearly rates. All ,sums sent to us should be fognwd- %$g2glS8gSfcS*the ed by registered letter to, insure safety. Addres.8 jbions to. ed State* a speciality. K. S. MURCHISON, ATTORNEY AT LAW- LATE LAW CLERK, LAND DIVISION, INDIAN OFFICE. DEPARTMENT PRACTICE A SPECIALTY. LOAST AND TRUST BLD-G, WASHINGTON D. C. Hotel Leecy. White Earth, Minn. The Largest and Host Commodious Hotel on the Reservation. Table always boiantif uHy supplied with everything that the market affords, including game and fish in season. A large and comfortable, Feed and Livery stable in connection with Hotel. JOHN LEECY Prop. Selam Fairbanks, Dealer in DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, HARDWARE and Lumbermen Supplies. N Market price paid for Ginsing Snake Root and Furs. Orders for pure Maple-Syrup, and wild rice promptly attended to. BEAULIEU MINN. 'the Tomahawk ayTRIAL Subscriptions. 3 months 40 Cents $ months .75 C...

Publication Title: Tomahawk, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tomahawk. — 16 July 1903

i |\i: 1 K^t 1 1 *K A i i! The Tomahawk. iP *j4 V/HITE EARTH, MINN, All the News of the Past Seven Days Condensed. HOME AND FOREIGN ITEMS News of the Industrial Field, Personal and Political Items, Happenings at Home and Abroad. THE NEWS FROM ALL THE WORLD DOMESTIC. During the fiscal year just closed 132,829 claims were allowed by the pen sion bureau and 113,720 rejected. The number of allowances exceeded those of last year to the extent of 13,005. The number of rejections in 1902 was 11S,- 464. In St. Louis the inquest into the sup posed murder of James P. McCann was reopened and the coroner's jury re turned a verdict of homicide, holding F. Seymour Barrington for the crime. A Texas union has been sued by the state for alleged anti-trust law violation In boycotting a firm which employed nonunion workmen. A. year's prison centence or $50 daily fine is provided The Oregon state constitution's initi ative and referendum amendment has been declared invalid by the state cir cuit court. ...

Publication Title: Tomahawk, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tomahawk. — 16 July 1903

DANDELION. fetarry-rayed, an da heart of gold, Looking up to the sky, A lifted face to the sun and rain, A smile to the passer-bj, Waj side warder, sentinel flower, What is jour passwordsa Tou know the seasons, 3011 tell the hour, And jou hold a title, in sun and shower. To a simple right-of-way. You have sisters inside the garden wall. Tended with human eare They grow up graceful and fair and tall, But naught of our freedom share. Their beauty is hid from the vulgar gaze, They pine in a wilting ease But'jouyou are light of the lowly ways, You shine on the common, star the braes Boon-comrade of the breeze. A lifted! face to the rain and sun. Eyes moist with the morning dew, A nod anra a smfle for every one. And the joy of living for ou Starry-rayed, and a heart of gold. Planted by God's own hand Too poor you are to be bought or sold. Too free to forsake the heathy wold Star-flower of No Man's Land Walter C. Howden, in Chambers' Journal. MADAME BARBETTE WAYNE CARLOCK (Copyright, 1903...

Publication Title: Tomahawk, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tomahawk. — 16 July 1903

**t*. y4b I if la Hi *i ft W Hfc LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Charles W. Morrison of Red Lake arrived here today, Judge W. F. Campbell, is in Ada, in the interest of the Warren murder case. Mrs. Philomena Roy of Eeaulieu, has been visiting her daughter Mrs. Victoria Ross. Fresh and ripe bunches of bannanas, cherries, benies, oranges and other kinds of fruit at M. LaChapelle's. Miss Katie Veix, of Morris school Miss Lillian Hairison of the Wild Rice River boarding school is on her vacation and left here for hei home at Meyers, Mich. A pair of Poland China hogs have been received by Mr. A. A. Ledeboer from the stock farm of P. S. Hall. The animals are highly registered and are fine specimens. Mrs. W. H. Ledeboer, now of Fort Belknap, Montana, is visiting her mother and also her motherinlaw. Mr. Will Ledeboer is employed at the Ft. Belknap school. As we go to press we learn that Mrs. W. H. Tobin leaves for her home in Minneapolis today. Mrs. Tobin has been visiting here for the last six weeks w...

Publication Title: Tomahawk, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tomahawk. — 23 July 1903

BWOTW "**&- ft I Itebs*-*",,. $^|JHf**feK&, ligJB^^?^'^.'^^" '""tfja"''1 The TOMAHAWK, QU5. H. BEAUUEU THE TOMAHAWK WHITE EARTH, MINN. RESERVATION LANDS TO LEASE 100,000 acres of first class farm lands on White Earth Reservation, in tracts of 80 acres and more, by ALLOTTEES. INDIAN PROTECTIVE Association 200 Bond Building Washington D. C. Dan'l B. Henderson, Att'y. Indian claims against the Unit- ed States a speciality. a"ZX2 Publisher. White Earth Agency, Minn. d*TA WEEKLY NEWSPAPER de voted to the interests of the White Earth Reservation and gen eral Northwestern News. Publish ed and managed by members of the Reservation. Subscription rates: $1.50 per annum. For the convenience of those who may feel unable to pay for the paper yearly or who wish to take it on trial, subscription may be sent us for six and three months at the yearly rates. All sums sent to us should be forward ed by registered letter to insure safety. Address all communica tions to. j*$j?*tl*r*- K. S. MURCI...

Publication Title: Tomahawk, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tomahawk. — 23 July 1903

The Tomahawk. WHlTi CARTH, MINN 1903 JULY 1903 SUN. MOR. TOES. WED THUIL 4teV-&r""*sr? ?RI. Sit. 1 2 9 5 3 6 xAf' 4 7 8 12 19 26 10 17 24 31 13 20 27 11 18 25 14 21 28 15 22 29 16 23 30 jidj All the News of the Past Seven Days Condensed. HOME AND FOREIGN ITEMS Hews of the Industrial Field, Personal and Political Items, Happenings at Home and Abroad. THE NEWS FBOM ALL THE WORLD DOMESTIC. Chicago's present population is 2,- 231,000, according to the estimates of the city directory authorities. The exchanges at the leading clear ing houses in the United States during the seven days ended on the 10th ag gregated $1,974,664,777. The increase compared with the corresponding week of last year was 7.0. Freight trains collided near Amana, la., and Joseph Dusek, George Haynes and an unknown man were killed. he new pier of the Scandinavian American line at Hoboken, N. J. was burned, the loss being $500,000. A Kansas City, Mo., a negro named Steele, aged 23, shot and killed Annie Jackson, a...

Publication Title: Tomahawk, The
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