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   Basin Republican (Newspaper) - May 31, 1905, Basin, Wyoming                               fa On Ihis of larMnje-Jr (p this ju lera ilie Chapteisof WWe Wi BaeHi-Mra Stickney was the lajnes'I Eato, Worthy Matron of Louisia Chapter and at whoso jesifience many of the iftemjiera called to pay their respects to-tbe Grand Mat- ron- J0n the fivewngjof "tdaism special vened-wlilch was f ulr atfertded' by the riiembers and yisitmg -Eigters After closingt WSi ui Social conversation ending with a ban l of which was greater enjoyed cd Worthy Jlaton expressed lierself as "being well the progress temg jujda by-ihe Chapter star JJarainie at the Sttong mine THeliyadehce at O% was fire earfy Thuraflay Tlie Kinney Electric Light has been purcliased by the Senry Eleatoal company oi Denver, Colorado Ed JioVe of Dale creek will go as a participant in the mqre, New .Jersey, which Jakes place vThe annual meeting of -of the board si directors of the University of Wyo rning will be held -on June 22nd at Ceorg-e Syky? JLarSraie "said his to Adams, at, Boston for twenty iJwo and a half SentS per St jtt, Johnson, juanajjer of the big 'Wh.eatland company says that the dam is in no danger of being Trashed out. as was reported recently The Hints leasing company have se- cured %aopf Union pacific lands be- tween to the Amount of. -squara-.nulga. Jt Is in- tended to graze sheep acquired John M Elliott was-given his pj'elimi- Jiaryjfiearmg for the murder-oJE a wool packer at thesis mile -pens near Rock Springs i The murdered man was James 1 si Mcdlore 'The ptisooep-Vas bound Thejnjfttmense milling plant at Terry South Dakota was byfln This plant was the next largest in the BUfck Hills ifet cost Judge 0 L Modre of. Afcitene; Kansas was Bruited judge advocate tional department 6f the Grand jKrmj-dfjihe Republic, waa made by National Commander W W Blackniar. A dispatch of fre 25th fromHbn-Kong states ihe British steamer eailea.from Siagon last Wednesday reports timt she passed more than several of which were on file The burning vessels were laden, with, coal Surnett, Cummins Company bankers of Boston, faited Thursday with 700 000 Syna seventeen workmen weie: killed "by an explosion of flrfe damp in the lower galleries on the southern side pfiihe Bosruck tunnel. After ivitnerses had been served and marriages had been proven, Ira the bigamist on trijil at' Keokuk, Jowa, withdrew his plea of ini nocence changed it to guilty. He will receive sentence Saturday. Daniel S Beiry a prominent lawyer an ex-member of the legislature, was shot andlolled at the dooi of his office at Savannah, Illinois, Thursday, by an un-: known assassin. No clew haa as yet been discovered. Three-quarters of a million people have already' died of the plague in believe that it is not only improbable this year, according to figures furnished by Secretary Brpderick in the house of commons in London. WYOMING STATE ..NEWS.. Wheelan last survivor of the jury in the famous BeecHer-Tilton case, JB dead at his home in Brooklyn. Charles Henry Webb, an author and who for two years edited a paper in San Francisco, called the CSfifornian, is dead at his home in Neiji-lfork Tiie rurale Estrada, -who shot the driver. the San QUentain stage Tuesday night and Escaped with over of government nwneyj stole a horse near En- senadaatfd is heading for the United States, but reports from the of rur- fljes on his trail teeTe-that he probably would be overtaken before reaching the Boundary ine as border is being psrollei oriV oiiSge crossing thftlitjssiSsippi.itveT between St. Louis and Mem- pihS was opened Thursday at ThebearlJliiioiB, with ceremonies oecasiort ft wjs dedicated to of five great railroads and the busifiWfr of: Knights of two great statte Angeles, California, Washington President RDoseyelt will'sisit the j Tuskegee the near 15-9. Dr May, a recent arrivalrfroftiiipnB, Kansas, died suddenly An prospe Caltfomia, Thursday An inquest will held as it is said he was hesjnly in-; at for the snow to go off into the mountains of iaytHatJldmUalJtolettvamlcy li ntortft to give batttif head of the Russian- eeinaiders it JJOS- BjbM'that jiews'thSt 'the two great ileeiti haVe met may tie received at any Syfti 'jQwing to arrival of the east- ern mail nothing definite can be learn- bdbut is is not thought that a sea fight actually ..taken place although a rufnor is afloat that the ships have met and.Admiral Togo- was defeated, how- ever the report can hot be confirmed; jThough there is no confirmation at fcny European capital of -the sensational ramor from Manila that the Russian and -Japanese fleets have met south of Formosa and the Japanes-o have been Jefeated, high officials atSt Petersburg on the contrary, is extremely pos- sible. It is reported that Lineyitch has de- manded the recall of Kuropatkin. insured. Great.tronble has bsen ejtperiencea in securing common laborers to work on the government Hondo reservoir, twelve miles southwest of RosweU, New Mex- ico, and the contractors are importing negroes from Texas. Negroes do not find a welcome in the Pecos valley and trouble is looked for.. Citizens at'Watoia lasfweek learned thai a tf> Ind- iana alone ui .the prbposetl bmld- slied'-FTotest went up, A petition' to the delegatiinS demanding that be- jsed'in ihs'structure, Baste base ball team have ordered new suits this Week so as to be ready for the' big game on July 4ti. Messrs Wise Bowniaft took thejr order for goods which will cost'tjie team Boaiethuig- over one hundred plunks-hut they want the best. There will be something doing in basetaU cirftles at- Basin the Fourth, make your calculations to be with UH. A local real estate firm of this place says land should, for their b jm benefit, see that they have a com- plete abstract of their lands Out of a large nunvber of ranches sold by this firm in this pent year there were very few who bad a complete and clear ;titlo to ground, Itis a Vf-ry Wise BUggeatiOii; and how country is compara-. tivejy new Jhis Important inatter.couid. be atcended to." without much fence on- thetpart; of owners-' of real estate and may save them coti- siderable-awiesvlnee Decoration dnyLwa8 formaUyobgorved here Jo Salf mfift'knd'tne closed, Sunday appearance In hoiAf of the na- tion's deadieroe 't to look fpi the yellow metal. There will be something doing there before the season closes. K. R." Sehvay of Sheridan sold his Iwool clip for twenty-five cents per -LOCAL EVEKTS "willaggregate v ,goo will make a train load. j This is the highest price paid for wool Linnabary Kershner for fine in the this senson. Mr. Selway See groceries and dry goods. They handle; will receive for the cl-o. Mrs. Powell, convicted of cattle steal- ing in the Iron mountain feud district, only the best brands. John Black who was brought in from A L" WJO J.J.UJ1 ILlUUtiLAMl XbUU Worland last week is very ill at the has not'oeen sentenced.. Today at Lar- Mountain View hotel Colonel Enapp, amie Judgg carpenter will hear argu- his attendant and old time comrade has I menta'on her motion for B Mw trial. It small hopes of his .recovery. ta probabl'4 that the woman, is the of the new Brigham widow of one of Tom victims, will be granted a new trial. James Martin, a young man employed on the Oz ranch near Dayton, was the victim of a frightful accident Friday. He was driving- four horses, one of them a broncho, to a harrow, when he was thrown in front of the implement and became entangled in the reins. Most The walls building are assuming goodly pro- portions, some of the casings in the the rear have been set andthe work is progressing nicely, considering the rainfall during the time the work has been under way. The domestic trouble of Cot W. F. Cody -and his wife will not be aired in the courts again. Judge K. HJ Scott of his dothmg was torn off and he was of the first judicial district, laatFriday, j terribly laacerated abotifrthe head, neck overruled'the motion of Col. Cody's at- torney for a new trial, arid conscjjuent- ly the case will not be taken up again in that court Just what the next move of the Colonels attorrioya will be is not known, but it is.believed that they ore planning other legal-pteps, as the plaintiff has his determination to secure'a divorce at any cost. youhaveairorder forpriiitirigKee us. and body. The Union Pacific has announced its intention of beginning operations on a rerervolr at the city springs from whence cornea the city's and rail- road company "a water supply at Laramie and under; the terms of agreement bc- and Genaral Manager Mohler'a few days ago, engineers are to be on the ground this week to look the situatioaoVer.   

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