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   Burlington Hawk-Eye (Newspaper) - January 3, 1890, Burlington, Iowa                                THE B f ESTABLISHED LT AUGMENTS BEFOEE THE WAY AND KiMS COUilTEE Tiie Public Debt StatementInterna tional Standard of Weights and Weather Crop Bulletin Washington If ways and means committee today beard argu ments by representatives of woolgrow Gsorge of read a paper on the necessity of main taining the duties of imported wool and suggested an adjustable tariff which would diminish when wool was scarce and high and increase when it was plentiful and He claimed there were imperfections in the present classi fications and said the actual cost of the production of wool was about twenty cents a pound and that no money be made at that of editor of the American Wool said the peti tion for reduced duties upon wool for the benefit of the who furnish our domestic woolgrowers the sole market for their would secure a great many signatures among that por tion of our agricultural population con cerned in raising Bennett epoke of the ad valorem petition to be presented to congress describing the signers as among the largest merchants and and reading letters from exports favoring this system of In answer to Chairman McKin the witness said favored the ad valorem personally believed an advalorem duty of 40 per cent on combing and 30 per cent on car pel wool would afford sufficient protec of tak ing the accounts of Colorado Hkowcd that thirteen thousand pounds of raw wool coot the grower about 25 cents per pound at the seaboard it cost 30 oents and after scouring pretty nearly HO INTKHNAl Inception at Waenlniton of tbe tlonal oT WeighU Na and national prototypes alluled In the United States at the internal convention of weights add measures in Paris in S ptembcr wore formally received and accepted by the president this afternoon in the pres ence of K distinguished company of rep resentative and scientific They ware brought from Paris in two carefully sealed and and have hnon vigilantly guarded from the moment of their These new standards were constructed by the co of the principal governments tho Their history in brief is UK follows In 1809 the French govern ment iuvi ted other nations to send dele gates to Paris for the purpose of form ing an international commission fcr the construction of a new meter for an inter national standard of The invita tion was and our government app lintnd Professors Henry and Hilgard an ucilegass In 1875 a treaty was at Paris for the establishment of an international bureau of weights and The bureau estab lished and put under adminis trative direction delegates from variouB countries A large of learned men was employed to study methods for carrying out practi cally the theoretical requirements agreed upon as necessary by the Tiie uinicultiee encountered were all sur mounted and the work was carried to a Bucueasful The standards ordered by the various governments were distributed by lot last Oun eel of standards set apart as an in Kliiatipnal prototypes is kept in a the international The object of putting them in a is to secure them agaiuet accident and sudden or great changes of He it ia deemed possible that permanent changes in the molecular sliuctutt of the materials of the stand ards may be brought about by such fluc tuations of No single per son can have access to the international The cave is locked by three different keys in the hands of as many and every conceivable pre caution has been taken to keep them in The standards distributed to various governments are called national and the same care will be trkon to preserve them unaltered as is deemed necceeary for the international UKNEItAb WASHINGTON Tne 1ubllo Debt public debt statement issued today is as follows Interest bearing Total Debt on which interest has ceased since ma Principal and 592 Debt bearinjr no 553 Total Principal perfected a title to a tract of of which lie made entry under the home stead The commissioner reviews the evidence and law bearing upon the case and sustains the decision at the local AXEEICAK TZSgELS Assistant Secretary of mate Wharton was to day questioned in regard to the reported unauthorized fieizure and de tention by officials of the government of the United States of Columbia three trading schooners belonging to New York Wharton said some days ago a letter was received at the state department from Foster Com of New complaining of the detection of one of The department immediately telegraphed the American consul at Carthagena for an explanation and in reply received a message stating that it was necessary for all trading vessels to clear from ths port of The situation is not fully owing partly to the brevity and haziness of the consuls The case will not be fully known nor any official action taken until the consuls dispatches in which are in all probabilities OL their way are received at the THE WEATHER CHOP 2 weather crop bulletin for the month of Decem ber says The month of December was unusually warm in all districts east of the Rocky while a normal temperature prevailed on tne Cfilfornia coast and has been slightly cooler than usual on the north Pacific coast There has been an excess of precipition gener ally throughout the lake Minne eastern northern New England and in southern Ore gon and over the plateau The rainfall for the month has been most un usually heavy for over 18 inches having fallen at San 15 inches at Angelesand nearly 8 ihches at San which was from three to five times the usual amount for tho Throughout the entire coun try south of the lake region and from Massachusetts southward ta less than the normal precipitation KMPEBOlls PKOIEETT NOT The Brazilian minister has Rio Janeiro papers to December in which are given the details of an inven toiy recently taken of the imperial Tto crown jewels as well as those belonging to the eipperor empress and other members of the imperial house hold were deposited in the treasury vaults subject to the orders of the em Minister Valente expressed sur prise that some American newspapers seem to still be under the impression that the provisional government had con fiscated the property of the Cold Weather In Montana cold wave pxttnds over the the temper ature having fallen from twenty to thir ty degrees from the Upper Mississippi westward to the Rocky moun snd it is thirty degrees below zero in this being the lowest tem perature the present sea Warm weather and rain generally cinttnues in districts east of the Missis sippi WITH DOCTORED TRIES TO SLAT AS E1IIRE Two of Then of the Mur derer Attempted Suicide The Deed Prompted by the Success of a Rival of has been lodged in jail here charged with poisoning the family of John with whom he worked on a farm near The family consisted of his mother aged a girl named Mira Schenek and a hind man named New Years day the girl prepared dinner and when the coffee served and tasted each member of the family noticed a bitter The stuff was thrown away and a new lot this was also but not enough to prevent the family partaking Soon after dinner all became alarmingly The hired man and girl at once drank a lot of fresh mitt which caused vomiting and saved their Dahl and his mother died in a few White powder was found in the coffee pot and Schafer who was a rival suitor with Dahl for the hand of the Schenek girl was at once suspected and when tie sheriff arrested him this morning betried to commit suicide with a TBBBIBLB souri river today citicaL The present soft luml mar be made applicable to oak and bssswoodlundtar as a through rate from the interior miffing points in Wisconsin and upper bnt wflbout chaagiML thefntei from Pik or Mississippi river points that w isteBce prior to November Iterate shall in no caie be leas than cents per NXW OHIO Senatorial Conteit at a senatorial contest ie pretty much at a standstill to day as all the candidates have agreed not to press their claims before the mem bers until the senate and hcuso caucuses for organization have been Brice Thomas claim they are taking no band in the gpeakership contest but the impression prevails that tne friends of both are making use of THS Power Xlected Untied the joint session of the today the first ballot resulted Power Mantel Heruhfield Rickards 7 Thomnson Second Mantel S The president announced the election of Power as United States senator Power is a wealthy merchant and was the late candidate for governor on the republican ticket and was defeated by About two hours after Power wae selected by the republican joint con vention for the second Judge of the district gave his de cision in the case of Representative of Silver Bow who had applied for a writ to compel the state auditor to pay him his salary and mileage as a member of the It was thought th court would decide the validity of the rival but instead the decision was to the effect that if Roberts was a member of the legislature he was entitled to his per diem and mile The question of legality of the two houses is stiil The democrats Rgain met in joint convention and took one but there beine no quorum the body A TOUGH Total Total Ices available oasfa Itoms Not oash in treasury Debt cash in treasury Jan uary Debt ICBB oaah In treasury De 1888 Dooraaec of debt during tbe month Decrease of debt since June 18i Total oash in tieaiury M shown by treasurers general ANOTHER SIODX The delegation of Sioux chiefs had another talk with Commiesioner Morgan John Grass said Lut summer you sent three men out to my country and they told us if we signed a treaty we would get schools and oxen and wagons and other things promised us in the treaty of 1868 and pay for the land we now sell I see some of the came things are promised in both My peo ple want to know if we are to have them Mad Bear said You aent ui three per sons to show us how to Thsy cant talk to they motions with their hands and then go away We dont know what they Been If they would plow and and raise oropi we could see how they did It and learnt o farm better than the famets you send to Commissioner Morgam interrupted to say You should lean to understand say English and then perhaps the farmers If we kad the oould teach Mad Beer replied on the tesei us in we would hut we did not We learn to famud do like the WMttchodtafiathe to We BrlUik Steamer Cronta Xxptrl Bough NEW 2 of the British steamer which ar rived today from Middleboro says We experienced the roughest weather I have ever known Up to December 17 we had s sucoesssion of furious The ship was blown off into the trough of the sea although going at full speed and became unmanageable we stopped the engines and used a plentiful oil which materially aided in breaking the crests ofthe we shipped one fearful sea which car ried everything before it smash ing one boat and damaging others washing away a part of the flying bridge and injuring several of the Toe engineer says part of this sea went down a the top of which is fiftysix feet above the The water came rushing throurh the tubes in such volume as nearly to put the fires out and caused a great commotion among the men be On the 18th it blew a heavy gale and on the 20 A the wind again attained the force of a Daring the sight we shipped a tremendous sea over the It swept away everything in its carrying wreckage from the main deck over the upper about twentyfive feet and finally making an exit over the An Innocent Man Hanged lor An otheri the Cherokee nation in 18S6 Pyle and Kerr were found murdered in their houses one John6tephen toward whom suspicion was cormcted and Now comes a startling On the evening of December a colored gambler named Rogers wae fatally in jured by a railroad train at Illinois Before dying Rogers confessed he had committed the murders for which Stephenson was Uttered by tne Preeldent and Xotnfclaa nt Worldiie cently addressed to many of the pronu nent men at home and abroad dis requesting them to give their wishes for the year Here an of the responses 31 hope for continual prosperity of cur BENJAMIN HAKBISO in my capacity I cannot send a message i to still I may associate heartily with thousands of others 3 wishing the gnat American people sister republic all good things coming I think the sympathy tween the two nations shown i is a guaranty of friendship for the says he hopes everything will be all right during the coming WALKBB The Tragic Death of a Crazed Suf NEW thirtyeight years the mother of four flune herself from a third story window this morning while delirious from a violent attack of la and met her A DEATH AT a well known man around died this morning of pneumonia result ing from la DB EHBADYB NEW George editor of the Medical in an article upon the epidemic of the infiu enza says There is now no doubt that the cr what is popularly known as the has become epi demic in this city and is scattered broad can over the It is also quite evident that its general characteristics correspond with those noted in connec tion with the prevailing type of malady in Germany and Fortu nately it is of such a mild type that save for its invasion of the large districts and for the large number of persons attacked it would scarcely be notictd in the cate gory of ailments connected with usual one which occur during the winter months associated with rapid and varied changes of temperature and Reports of the fatality of the as might have been have been very much Particularly does this remark apply to the alarming death rate in In point of fact there ie no disease with such wide prevalence which has such compara tively low In this coun at there is yet to be reported the first case of death which can be laid to a pure and simple attack of the Even the serious plications are so few as to ecaicely merit recognition alongside of those which are constantly occurring with the usual dis eases of the The after effects of the epidemic will doubtless be masked by a feeling of prostration more or less continued and the lowering of the health The previously robust will quickly while feeble will require stimu lants and tonics for variable WITH THK The thing I for hope more than anything else is the enforcement of the law throughout the I both as to state and fedaral that the safety of the gov ernment and the peace of society depend on prompt and vigorous prosecution of all infractions of the law This shall be my and I mean to ollow it out in all sections of the coun WILLIAM MILLEK lopes and wishes are to be able o da a full days work every and thus turn wishes into My sec that my might get back his eyes and be able to read his own to have fair play while the plans and experiments of the ostoffice department are under Ten minutes or ten months is hardly sufficient to reach over all this country with a perfect postal Let the new employes of the government in every department have a fair chance to get acquainted with their JOHN J Death of father atholic Father S died at Creighton college at oclock Wednesday evening from a stroke of paralysis received about five months ago at Cheyenne while on his way to the Pacific coast Father Damen was about ninty years of and was born in Hol where he entered the priesthood and Society of Upon coming to this country he engaged in thework of the church with extraordinary vim snd met with great The develop ment of the Roman Catholic church in west is considered to be largely his work Much of his time and valuable services were devoted to the cause of Catholicism in where in 4857 he erected a Jesuit establishment He also built the church of the Holy Trinity and founded the college of St Ignatius in the same His success as a missionary was also very and as pulpit orator he ranked very DXATH OF A GEBHAH Count Ton of died in this city AN EximneiBB George exminister of Turkey and died at his residence here this THXSTIUKK IB THK of DewtlBtloB CombtamUaa Nxw 8 of an ac tion in the supreme court for the devolu tion of the sugar trust and asking for the appointment of a receiver to wind up its affairs was filed in the county clerks office of Kings in Brooklvm late fnecday afternoon by the North River Sugar Bo fining a member of the through Henry Winthrop the re The appointment of m receiver of all the The court is asked tor to take property of the trust naked to restrain the defendants from of any of the property of the from payiag any further Buniei oat of the assets of the copartnership or otherwise disposer of tteMniteof the Brakcmea on Indiana and Illlnole IJaee Ordered Qnlt telegram was received at Tern Haute last night by the strike committee notifying them that orders had been sent to for the Decatur and Evansville employes to be ready to join the strikers today and instructing the committee then to make the same ar rangements with the Kvans ville and St Louis Air Line Representatives wen sent from hen to and In to We that the orden go into effect The strike on the KvansTiOa and Terre Haute and Evansville and con Ho freight is ing and the yards an filled with which Ou cosmpany is nnable to bnke City road throwinf abot ptsn out of Hot a hope thai during the coming year all the appoint ments that really can be made will be and that they will all turn out to be the best appointments that possibly could be made and I hope that in future the comments of the newspapers will be based more upon the facts and less upon JOHN hope for the new year is a very comprehensive one and covers the workings of this whole department It includes the ef fectual eradication of disease affecting pur live stock an efficient system of meat inspection which will utterly explode the sanitary plea under which foreign countries obstruct our meat export trade the establishment of a dairy whic will help our farmers to not only home consumption at adequately remu nerative prices but will give them a good share of the foreign in gen that my administration of the de partment will give the farmers cause to congratulate themselves on its new For the American farmers I desire an ample diversification of crops which will enable them to meet the entire demand for food stuffs of our own bet ter prices for their and in creasing For the people of the entire country a better appreciation of the interdependence of our rural and urban and a better under standing of those eternal principles of justice whice make it impossible for any class or section to prosper by injustice to any other doss or section without injury to the whole body telegram Villa Lerdo gives particulars of the fall of the plaza on last Tuesday while a bull fight was in About people were crowded into the and when the second bull was being killed nearly everybody rose and stood spplauding and stamping their when suddenly the side of the plaza commenced to give A rush was Bade and the extra movement of the of spectators caused the struc are to precipitating the un ncky inmates to the the dis ances ranging from ten to twentyfive eet Many were buried beneath the In their desperate situation fights arose among the men and many were stripped of every stitch of on the opnpeite side of the build which numbered several became panicstricken and fell and rampled on one another in their at empts to reach the The tramp ing of the helpless and the agonized ries of men and women made the place a scene of It wss not until outside help came to the aid of teople pinned down by planks and tim that the unfortunate victims were eleased and the of the people at ended The number of wounded will reach into the but while he injuries of many of them are serious and painful it ip believed no case will irove f atalj TWENTYSEX BOYS Terrible at an Znglleh Pauper boys section of tie Paupers in the district of in connection with the White chapel and Poplar took fireTues ay night when the inmates were asleep and was with terrible wentysix of the boys who were in the pper stories being suffocated before they could be Fiftyeight other oys were safely taken from the burning uilding amid terrible Over ix hundred persons were in the building he fire was caused by an overheated tove in the clothing room of the boys The ages of the dead range rom seven to twelve1 VICXOBIA IS WOBK1BD ield is too broad for me to cover in the time at my Hope springs eternal in the but the treasury department is one which I think may be excused for sentimental ex hope the year 1890 may witness a long s tride forward in the development of our While I hope that the year will leave us as it finds at peace with the whole we should not f orgst that eternal vigilence is the price of sentative have no hope of any beneficial legislation this R is impossible for the republi can party to reduce They will pass the necessary appropriation try to pass a federal election law de nounce the civil service without making an effort to repeal it talk about intimidation in the south and then go Representative William hope for revenue legislation on the line of republican principles which will reduce the income of the govern ment to its necessities without affecting injuriously the labor and industries of the tiope is to see the tariff revised and its inconsistencies adjusted in conformity with the protective Legislation should be had to relieve the great press ure in the dockets of the United States and enable the people their causes tiied without such inl able Senator Daniel have no hope of any valuable legis lation for the country from the 51st con Senator James hope for nothing good at the hands of the That their pktns may miscarry is my best hope for the new Representative Benton Ten best hope is that the heels and the hands of federal power may yet be placed too heavily on the necks of the Bnmorsays then wffl be an effort to enact federal election laws to gorern elections in the southern of with the hope of nduc ing and democratic msjor on onr rights wffl be resisted to last extremity GHT i PLAZA CBOWDED WITH THOUSANDS OF PEOPLE BITES Handredg of People Many Ser Fire In am English Pauper SchoolQueen Victoria six of whom wen bu ihe fate of the others is Boats from shore art attempting to render M theater hen caught fin during a performance last night and wasentirely The audience reached the street in 70BKTON RSLATIOH8 the opening of th cortes the king announced that the for eign relations of the kingdom wen ml that could be He reviewed thi progress made in the African colonies said The patriotic aspirations of Great Britain her vast possessions in hare been met by the fixed design of Portufalto maintain her regions that authority over those Hortugese wen first to discover and open to Christianity and commerce and when Portuguese authorities have exercised jurisdiction and influence sufficient to indicate in contestible My government will endeavor to convince the British government of our hoping to ob tain equitable adjustment of all legiti mate II Health Caneed br Trouble Over Family quivn has per mitted it to be she in ends leaving England for continent arly in the her previt plans be ng to remain about a The ueens health has been poor for some andit is undoubtedly due to her onstant worry concerning family he marriage of her favorite Beatrice to it will be remem the prince of Walec so strennous r the queen has realized to ave been a and the connection as been a much greater source of nn asiness than the public Now that the details of Battenbergs latest omplication have been secured the mortification of the queen will be ap Befqtre his marriage to Bea rice young Battenbergs poverty and ood looks inspired him to put umaelf in the hands of a de igning Russian who utilized er position irf the suite of the ate empress Mt Russia to negotiate mar iages between wealthy heiresses and enniless She resided in France Battenberg put his princely name n the and the matchmakers first was to bring bout a marriage with whose manage to Alpid son f the Turkish ambassador to just declared As the ride was a minor and French law gives tie parent the right to annul a contract under such a Dim onrt rejected Battenberg on account of He was then offered to Miss TVinnyfreta daughter of the ewing machine and now jrincess of after being hawked ver half of finally secured sufficient court Hfluence and the backing of the of Hesse Darmstadt to promise success in Hither he according y came and Beatrice fell in love with im at first Since the couple have jeen wedded the Russian matchmaker i persistently dunned and all he equeere from his spouses allowance has gone to the woman as a irice for her ring of the continued Battenberg refused further to ven in the jfce of threatened Thereupon the woman wrote n the most fulsome details Lord berlain accompanying her own tatement with a mass of letters relating o Bntenburgs wooing and showing dm in an unenviable light who has given frequent evidence of his islike for Beatrices submitted lie entire correspondence to the and Battenburg was sent abroad with the least possible As he has been absent now two months it may mean an banishment rOBKICUT BalsJwe Royal at royal palace at a suberb of this was burned Wednesday night Princess Clemen the daughter of the had a narrow escape from being burned to Her govemness was AH the royal art collection has been de The fire has been prevented rom reaching the kings private Is soon ai the fire was reported the king and queen suspended the HewTears lay reception and hastened They witnessed the total destruction of his their usual sum mer It is said the fin was caused by a defective stove in the offi cers The Ion is immense as to money and the destruction of art treasures that can not LTBRAST BOT report that the Horary in the royal palace at Leeke WM ftoiflga Nevre the exchampion sculler ofEn is The Marquis of Salisbury is up snd about the house Tne Edlaon Xlectrlr nil SkopaBnmu NEW Edison ffiec trie ninminating companys shops on Pearl street burned this morning causing incandescent lights in the down town most of whichburned all day in the banks and to be cut The fire broke out in the dynamo fin and resisted the utmost efforts of the firemen for an The loss to the Edison companpwill be about A KUBBEK lor In Pn is stated that the negotiations which have been in progress for some with view of escabliahing a rubber trust in this are about British capi talists are taking an interest amounting to about and intend to push the stock in England and The Troable at spe cial to the Tribune says Company A of the Twelfth from Fort today passed through this city and across the where they have orders to remain indefinitely to preserve the They will stay at Fort Pierre on the mile square until the land is opened and all danger is It is learned that the orders from the war department are to not molest those people who axe now established at Fort but to enlpde all others from going It is reported that the South Pierre since the arrival of the have resolved to attempt to the town site by force if thinking that if they go on peacefully in the night time the troops will protect them from attack by the Fort Pierrettes while if are ejected by the troops it will re sult in all the other inhabitants on the mile square being driven away until the land is This would give them an equal chance to get Could Not Rochester and Pittsburg company wen not successful in their effort to eject the striking miners from their houses Sheriff Sutler refusing to act in the matter as the company Superin tendent Haskell declares he will open the mines Monday at any cost and that the company will break the strike if it costs them a million An attempt to put new men in next Monday will be resisted and bloodshed may as the Hungarians are Two Old Ibroate aged and Ann aged had their throats cut last night by some one The women lived in a little frame dwell ing at 206 Wister street and were awak ened by an intruder after they had gone to bed last The men demanded money and when they declared there was none in the house slashed each of them across the throat with a The women were removed today to a hospi tal and may and Indiana SANTA southern Ban Jaun the Navsjo Indians were accused by their Sioux brothers of killing their The In dians fired upon the when posse of ten whites were organized and pur sued the band of The latter fired into them from Some fifty shots were exchanged and one Havajo was The cowmen were com pelled to as it was feared the en counter would have had more serious n Faith Heeiera men at tacked the temple of the Protestant band of faith healers here to day and smashed its windows with Fifteen men and members of the were in socalled trancesat the time bnt break ing windows speedily aroused them and they The band refuses to leave Tnscola and more serious trouble is A Beneral laenranee Astent Tur general agent for the South Dakota Citizens Life of was arrested this afternoon on a telegram from the sheriff of Beadle presumably as the outgrowth of a difficulty with the state auditor of South KIM n Bnnnened Sherman a machinest awakened early this mora by the sound of some one working at jhe lock of the door of his Think ing it was a burglar he fired through the panel a upon opening the door found he had mortally wounded a real estate agent sged seventythree who occupied an adjoining room and had grne to Shermans door by Stenped en Lotns heavy of yesterday and last night demoralized the electric light wires in this dty and buned proves to be A aambec of important doraiBtenU relat ing the Congo free state wen de stroyed and the quests entin wardrobe sicraed several serious Pour people wen knocked insible cosans fttcontact with a win which had fallem to the ground at the corner of Seventh and Morgan and a hone WM kffledin different part of the dty by stepping on a i FREE HOCIDOH 10 DUHOT II L New Tears Dance Itracd Druken Blow wf a Newspaper Boot legger quiet com munity has been once von annoyed by another cutting at Henq Davis when they had a Hew Tears From your cones pendent can whisky flowed freely and quite a number got gloriously and about the time their meeting was to adjourn a general free fight was duly inaugurated and a young man by the name of Messenger cut a man by the name of Hendron in the arm and in the eft going into the the in cision being about six inches Hendron is resting comfortably at nesent with hopes v Bruce Purdem was thoroughly am his head and face is terribly swollen to the extent that his poor sick wife at who was awaiting his was unable to recognize him as her Tohnnie Bell got his coat cut nearly of of Since writing the above I learn that who cut was seventy cut himself before he cut his I also learn that Messenger was afterwards knocked down with abillei of wood by a woman and laic ut for dead for a but his Mends got him and took him The number of fights were estimated to be about Butcher bricl ats and billets of wood were freely used for the edification of those The whole matter will be concluded before one of our Johnnie Bell says it was a rail interesting time and lays i1 all to the banefull effects of the present prohibitory liquor As Johnnie isa ively he thinks the democra tic members of our state assembly ihoulc see to it that the law is or some one will get hurt A and Special to TUB moraine at four daughter oi died of diphthentic or membranous She was attacked y the disease about two days ago and Vomthe first symptoms the physians elt grave fears an to the result Bnt it ras not before Sunday night that the disease assumed the dread form of mem ranpus Since then she has been heroically struggling for her every essonable remedy being tried for her Clarabelle was a pretty little nearly seven yean A home circle of happy two sons and two is thus rudely irokenfor the first The funeral akes place tomorrow at two It will be a private in accordance with the rules of the state board of TMBMSft a state onV n moved into and occupied capital bufldfaig an abontfinttSed tin except pnttfBKiB STABBED I Pwrdy la Mleatnc Troaa MM VI elnlly of Special to THB young farmer named Purely is missing from this vicinity under circumstances suggestive of foul He came to town a week ago Friday with a considenble sum of money in his which he had ollected and was keeping for the purpose of clearing off Interest charges on his He did not iay the money nut while in the dty and s presumed to have had it when heat ended a dance near here on the follow ing Nothing has been known f him since that night He is said to have left the dance hall and walked way into the darkness accompanied by hree other His horse and buggy were left at the and due has been ound of him peolal to TOM Our town has leen infested for somo time with a wild and riotous gang of young men who have been terrors to law and order Sev veral of them are now under bonds for ppearanco at the next term of court for etting drunk and creating a riot Whia ey has been at the bottom of it suspicion has pointed to Jim Morrison as oing the boot The express face was watched and on this evenings rain twoboxes marked to him were de vered by the express He was llowed to carry them after which nformation was sworn out before Jus tice who ordered the premises of Morrison The find as two twogallon jugs of liquor in an id The same is now in the hands f a constable awaiting final pedal to Tarn SCRANTON A pigeon hoot came off today and the result was Fatten got first shootiM en birds Enmster and ohn McKeOl tied with seven birds dividing second Phelps and Nicholson tied with six birds sad in shooting off the tie Phelps Wmlic Bpeetal ot Tn Ira a son of John of this dty skating on the river this aflenoomieQ trough and WM Two boys Us forenoon broke through bat to Tn HA SCBAXTOV cashier of ike bank of con fined to his bed with inftneaalandat this writing is quite rw Thofne m was successfugr to la and two diitribatioM wen iwyv ofc bHes JamesMcH otsehoouMU and president The State nextj DBS ney General the railroad to eoj their order put an branch road to 1 unknown perastM miteboBbtlntMl Independent Union plodedwfth the stairway The bomb wast i about end with sevenlj charged have been had a grudgvagKbo Independent tot ting out a daily i have bean printa building at the1 ting out their laet I JaeV company pointmenta for the of its boats maiter M master fl full of floating If as the Hght dawned tkto Oscar Adams and united in i residence ot the I Ipeaialto1 DALLAS Cm City Milling I owing ing year Joseph Charles MytnTo 8r which over the registers at Winni JsjtJ Cexican Iron of sing today 71 officers Ja vlcep For and its populmritjj at present Aasti disorders cansedTl this medicine 1 for it is i Old Lrm of has The about Change of hot i kffleV drngTi X attracted the trial befell court 1 tsootheifj ihiai lagwoft fnmt Coml Lrrrtij gerl dbWBnt X   

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  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
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