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   Burlington Hawk-Eye (Newspaper) - January 4, 1890, Burlington, Iowa                                JANUAKY THE TAE1FT HUflBIB BEFORE HE WAYS AKD HAKE The Matter of a Wool Duty Discussed Pro Report of the Department of General Washington November average of f idd per The variation current expecta tion of the list six months Is not over one par cent total product as esti is Tie pro duct of oats at rate of and four tenths bushels per acre The aggregate of all cereals i about or at least fiftythree bushels per BTBWS ses ot the ways and means com mittee opened with Representative Car of as a He spoke in relation to sheep He thought if there wag no tariff on wool that that industry would be a woolgrower of read a paper to prove that with sufficient protection the United States could raise all the carpet wool consumed in this He wanted the same duty on all woo and laid the wool growers of Texas were generally in favor of protec William of he was Sietil the committee appointed by the National Wool Growers Associa tion at its recent Washington convention to make some remarks as to the legisla tion which wool growers generally be lieved was required by sound public policy and He addressed the committee on two proper duty on carpet and on the provisions of n law necessary to secure honest admin istration of the tariff It was safe to say the wool growers generally be lieved a sound policy required the im position of such duty on socalled carpetwool as in due enable the American wool growers to produce oil the wool required for Either a protective policy should be abandoned and a policy of free trade or elee the protective policy be made effectual eo as to give the whole American maiket to home Cnrliblc asked the witness a num ber of questions an to his views on tak ing the tax off of alcohol used in the He favored re moving the tax from the first two ar und regarding said it does not fall within the policy the protective tariff for mason that for more than twenty years with protec tion the sugar industry has not bten de veloped to supply more than ten per rnt of this consumption of the AVo ho develop the wool in uuslry as to supply all the wool we If necessary to eave the protective system lie would tax whisky to the full extent to which the law could be en Kayno in order to save time anil give other gentlemen an oppor tunity to address the committee that Lawrences manuscipt be printed with being To this suggestion Lawronco ausented with the condition that he make a condensed statement orally of what his manuscript contained Thai clauso was adopted and Lawrence went on with hie He would purposely he naid omit the tariff speech whiuh would like to maka in congress to the tfloct that adequate duty on wool and manufactured woolen would not ultimately increase the cost at all because home competition would prevent unruBBonablo if a pro tective policy wtro abandoned and all such products imported from the result would American people would be at the mercy of the foreign trusts and argument rests on the assumption that home industry would bo abantl jncd the effect of the tariff of 1833 has bucn to cut dnwn vastly the nuruuur of our bhaep and with free wool tbu wool industry would be practically abandoned in the United James a Philadelphia carpet denied the correctness of many of Lawrences statements He nrguod the wool growers of the United States would not and could not produce the quantity of carpet wool used in that because where they received 50 for lloece of flue wool they would not receive twenty five cents for coarse wool sheep of president of the National Association of Wool Manu f said the prevailing sentiment in the organization was for the mnoe but not increase of the present du They would oppose any attempt to restrict the importation of for ign wool because it would be impossible for wool manufactures to reduce all the goods necessary for home consumption unless they cjuld have foreign In reply to a Whitman said under no circumstances would free wool enable the manufacturers to make an impression on the foreign He thought free wool would stimulate production and give manufacturers an opportunity to displace foreign products not used but he also thought the effect of free wool would be to diminish the pi ice of wool and consequently encourage sheep The moment we begin to take from the wool product any given amount of wool the price will be raised and wool will become considerably dear er than C the representative of the manufacturers club of de clared himself in harmony with Whit mans A statement to like effect made by a cloth manu facturer of He announced himself in favor of putting high duties on aouthern turpen tine and peanuts and of having free whisky and free He would tax augar that comes from abroad until we supply the whole demand our John Plummer of New arid the country is suffering under a popular prejudice that better clothes can be got abroad than at the same He declared there was no country where a could get as good a suit of clothes for as little money as in the United THX AGKICTrLTCRAL The December repot t of the depart ment of agriculture contains a detailed atatementof estimates of the principle cereals by including the area of the product and The reported ares of corn is which represents an increase of two and one half per cent pver the acreage of The wheat acreage is 859 shows that it is two and onetenth per omit greater than the aggregate for The re vision of the acreage gives a mailer area In Ore gon and and a larger breadth in Kansas and The dairying and meat production Vhave tor yean been encroaching oa ing on the eastern aide of the t spring wheat belt as tbs former of at in Illinois aaf i occurring from year to year t ol variable meteorologiael The senate com mittee on commerce has received are port forom the the United States on the bill anthprizing the construction of a bridge across the Mis sissippi at mm MONEY MAT EB USED First Comptroller of the Treasury Mat thews has decided that the ap propriated by congress for the land in gouts Dakota received from the Sioux Indians was available as soon as the Indians had signed the and that the surveying can go on without waiting for the proclamation opening the lands to settlement RBPBESENTATTVK The Star this afternoon published the following Representative William Kelleyr of has prcbioly been on the floor for the last enfeebled condition mfcoufiject comment at the opening of but only a few knew the nature of the j edges It has now fully developed and its activity is most Just below the rear of Judge Kelleye law is a can and it is spreading rapidly into the So quickly has it worked that the afflicted man can speak only in whis and then not without Judge Kelley is slightly improved to Throat trouble is not a new de velopment as he submitted to surgical operation for the removal of this growth in About a week ago the judge contracted a heavy cold which developed into a very severe case of intestinal ca tarrh accompanied by copious and ob stinate which has resulted in great weakness and general breaking down of his or DPPIK COUHTY m HOUSE A Flttlable Condition of Things Discov Treatment of In sane Confined in Loathsome t t Bomettime ago the humane society of Dn Page ante a Governor Fifer regarding the treatment of insane patients confined at Wheaton poor house on account of the over crowded condition of the state insane A commission appointed by the govenor began its investigation yester day and heard many Evi dence was taken going strongly to prove the These charges were in ef fect that two insanewomen were kept in lined about seven feet With noi or IT PLEASES THK KeconaaaeBdatlo Silver Meet With Ap proval NKW 3 Washington special to the Evening Sun savs The president has made up his mind about Secretary Windoms recommendation that the government shall accept silver bullion and issue certificates therefor at the market the certificates to serve as Harrison has adopted secretary Windoms view about the mat ter He goes even further than Windom in hiaapproval of the is im pressed with ite economic soundness as a I believes in its beneficent effect upon the prosperity of the and regards it as a brilliant step toward the determination of the silver Bo much he has not hesitated to and there is little doubt that he will express this opinion in a c immunication to con gress at an early or he may deter mine to make MB opinion known in some other A bill embodying the recommendations of the secretary will be submitted to congress very It is likely to be offered simultaneously in both Its fate in the house of representatives is There is little doubt the majority of republi can senators and some of the democratic members of the senate favor the and it is likely to pass that COLOKSD MKN Ueeolntlone Adopted Concerning the Barnwell S to a call a few days sgo by promi ment negroes for a meeting of the lead ing colored men of the state to discuss the recent wholesale lynching in Barn a representative gathering of colored men was called to order last night in ibis Twentysix out of thirty counties were Reso lutions were adopted condemnlcg the taking of human life in aiy other way than in the vindication of honor and in tegrity of the state as odius to all just and upricht Such action was only justifiable when done for the preserva tion of human 1fe and the sanctity of the They advise the members of their race to remain quiet and let tjbe authorities vindicate the A sec ond set of resolutions dwelt upon the devotion of the negroes to the whites daring the condemned the news papers for advocating the separation of the denied the slightest danger of insurrection of the negroes in Barn well or any other part of the strongly advised the negroes to abandon Barn well county and other lawless sections and move to a state where the laws are remain that patients in their de mented condition tore off tht ir clothing and were allowed to remain absolutely and that in this condition other inmates of the poor house as well as em ployes of poor farm were allowed access to corridor and to stare at and jeer at un fortunates through the cell It is further charged that such attention as these poor patients did receive was given them by male there being no female attendants employed at the poor One of the witnesses testi fied he had seen one of the women Her hands were tied behind her and as the food was placed on the floor she was obliged to get down and eat like a It was in evidence that from the insane patients the house was well man The management admitted that the insane patients were not as well cared for as they should but claimed it was the best that could be done as there were conveniences for taking care of the AMONG THK A Cuban Embezzler Captured In New NEW During the past two weeks detectives have been receiv ing cable dispatches in cipher from Cap tain governor general of filled with instructions about the arrest of Louis charged with embezzling of public money and with He was tecretary of the city council in Havana and had charge of the public Cortez Havana two weeks ago very When he reached New iVew Years he was at once The man is but little over thirty year of age and very He became very much excited when arrested and said the charges were and said he would be able to explain KLEKCBD liAJfKS S of Spring in this is al leged to have absconded wiih several thousand dollars obtained from the banks of A man named Loss rented Hunts farm and gave notes for Hunt raised money on these and borrowed all the he It is thought he is in Canada OF NOT 3 the night of December M G a contractor of who was erecting new buildings at the Soldiers Orphans home neir this city disap peared with and it was believed Le been waylaid and The murder theory is and it turns out that he fled because of financial en Suits aggregating nearly its win say of 1889makeaa much less fav showing in respect to foreclosure than its immediate i on the othnrihkML its record is less die couraKingTuan the three preceding A table is ap showing during 1889 roads were sold Bonder ing an aggregate mileage of twent hundred and thirty and a funded debt and capital stock of PETITIOK FOB Or era and Secretary Windom ing at the department of JOB tie afternoon to Judge of Wa and Judge of sailing the Union Pacific in support of their petition secretary of the treasury for the the United Spates now in the ing fund of that company and the rei ment of the proceeds in other paying a high rate of interest BBQOMTB 4 Santa Jbe has requested further hearingby the ex ecutive board of the Interstate Commerce Railway association on the question of rates on hogs from the Missouri river to short time ago the board authorized a rate of 22 tents from Kan sas City only and the Santa Fe now asks the authority to apply the rate from other Missouri river CHASOES IS ATCHIEON VicePresi dent of the Atchison will hereafter perform the duties of gen eral Third VicePresident Goddard has been placed in charge of the traffic of the entire MOINXY WAS Tiled toTell He From but WM CftoKtd came up from the bottom of the sea wearing his best suit of Hikes long absence from red liquor and coal holes made him and with two John Fee and George he cbmmitted the mistake of com ing to the North Side and raising Officers Hirsh and Bell recognized McGinty by the description nf his clothes recently and took him and his companions into and the east Chicago avenue police on the charge of disordily This morning the Chevealicr McGinty was the subject of great admiration in the police court before Justice His glossy white gilk tie and blue checked far collared loudcheck trousers and patentleather in the whole tout ensem as officer Hirsh expressed evoked as loud commendation as the checks in his asked the in bis most sauve the cfficerstell me you were raising a dis turbance last Where did you come from You dont look like a Kinzie street Your I just came from the botttom herel cried the are you the McGinty gag Ive heard about Twentyfive dollars and costs dont say another word get away from here or make it a hundred1 McGinty fell back in great haste and paid his fine in a sadly rtfl cting how much cheaper it would have been tf come from the Srath J3ide instead o1 from the bottom of The other prisoners escaped with THB Of Weatker in New is a Bum aS LIBEL SUIT OCCDPIHB THE AT The Conservatives Determined to Make an Aftevpl to Drive Panell tram the CountryJackson Accepts Sullivans by Mexicam cavalry and the Indi ana loat asveral dead aud Influenza is oa the increase hut no deaths are XI Tiempo contains editorial on a government loan negotiated inLon dom for the Tehnantepec railway claim ing that the same a part of the Bag liih plan to have a port on the gulf and transcontinental railroad to offset the American Tory are still gloating over the awkwardentangle ment in which Parnell finds and the floods of virtuous indignation which fill their columns are impressive and instructive It is generally understood between partisan journals in England that slips of this kind commited by political opponents are to be left un but in this instance personal malignity has overridden custom and and the whole unfortunate matter is presented to the public accom panied by comments of the most cutting They do not appear to be de terred by the fact the House of Lords has on its roll several peers who are now in foreign countries on account of being concerned in a scandal to which this of Parnells is as noth and that there are some uncommon y queer members of their party in the louse of Captain OShea is without doubt receiving substantial en couragement from several wellknown and there Is little doubt that this persecution of Parnell will be continued to the bitter The manifest object to drive him out of if out of the The conspirators are wealthy and and the in genuity with which they are making thenattacks betrays a master hand at the The denial of the Irish lead ers mother that the sum subscribed for her relief has ever reached with the natural inference that it has been stolen by the Patriots on the is msde the most of and retailed with an assumed indignation that is very easily There is scarcely any doubt that if OSheas suit develops any proof of infidelity with the corres the husband of the woman will be urged to make a charge of adultery against Parnell that if will either land him in jail or compel him to leave the The same parties who engineered the Pigott con spiiacy are at the head of this and and the failure of the Times forgery scheme has only the more embittered them against those who excited against Thecontempt of humanity drove one of the supporters of these charges to his besides causing the suicide of the miserable and crippled for a time the resources of the greatest journal in It will be a struggle to the and Irish society will be asked by these self constituted whether it can further recognize an intruder upon the tenets of the social code and a vio lator of the most aacred family The steamship Bri tannic from New York for Liverpool ran down and sunk the Cxanwits last night in the Irish saa off the The captain of the darewita waa All others on board were saved by the crew of the though the work of rescue was rendered difficult by the severe cold The brigan tines afterpart was cut entirely off by the Britannic s so it was imppau ble to save the vessel She wai bound from Folwey for WileJtaurder npd Thomas a attempted to cut his wifes throat with a razor this but He then cut his own throat and died BvlMMc The Allegheny Central Telephone office and building in now in A general alarm has now been sent out by the fire depart ment The building is large and one of the finest in Allegheny It is located on Sandnsky BOUND TO LYNCH THX A Vlvgtaisi Mob waiting i abwlff Two NEW Vir special says In Montgomery about two months two white aged twelve and fourteen were criminally Sub sequent developments fastened suspicion upon a man named Akers and a tenyear old boy named They were lodged in jail about three weeks An attempt to lynch them was pre vented by Judge Juckins of the county who hid them in the woods until they could be returned to The second attempt was frustrated byre moving them to On Monday they were taken to Christianburg for On Wednesday Akera was sentenced to twenty years in the The people were dis satisfied with the verdict and would have lynched the prisoners that night had not Judge Junkins removed the two from the He telegraphed the mayor of Roanoite yesterday morning that the sheriff and prisoners had and asked that they be protected from but up to a late hour last night the sheriff and his charges had not and it is feared that they have fallen victims to mob Men from Montgomery were arriving in Roanoke all day and last night were watching every avenue of ap Sentries were also posted at all the intervening stations on the and men were patrolling the country If the sheriff can reach this city his men will be bat it is feared that he will never get them A MlJMUGHr HEI KB BLMIDITCLY DHblliJDTHB IBHO HE HIS COlilttEB MOiQEL A Keokmk Mans Holiday Spree and Ita Pathette Fatal Stab biag AffrayGovernor Sew Years Special to Tn had a good time daring the holidays and wound no in the cooler where he proceeded Wednesday night to have a welldenned and remaikable case of delirium Ha didnt seem to be bothered much rats or but his great idea w that he had committed About oclock he knocked the door of his cell and called for Marshal Trim To that official he remarked that be did not want to be hung without a Marshal Trimble was considerably surprised at this and on further question ing the learned that he was laboring under the hallucination that his young wife and child had been murdered acd that he was charged with being the He affirmed that a scaffold s being built in the yard and that he s to be hung in a short Fegets has rendered medical trat has been unable to restore the un fortunate man to his At no time baa Tigue been violent It was subsequent to his that for three weeks Tigue had been on a spree and his mental perturbation is attributed to the effects of alcoholic It is a sad as the unfortunate man is less thirty years of age and has a wife and a young child dependent upon OVBRBITLXD THJB I a co freight west half east of Presoott David Henry years scaldiac inju in the stomach and whose iaalff other ucept to STAIB Joha eaynor Muni Go to tfee for BlCbt Special to THE Ladd today overruled a motion for a new trial and sentenced John Gaynor to eight years in the penitentiary for shooting Policeman Sam Hamilton in An appeal will be The verdict of the jury was The defense tried to bavethe verdict set aside on the ground that one of the jurymen swore he drank whisky during the final deliber ations in the jury Prtxoi Tomd to Connected Wltta the Czar IBK The arrest of the notorious nihilist Pierrie at has been productive of dis closures far more startling than any of the alarming revelations which have come to the police within the last few appalling as they have From letters and documents found concealed in his clothing the most damning evidence is obtained against many persons high avor mer day such as was never seen is Naw have been beeun against him by York city before at this time f f TVin TiiivnliaroH AfrttlnKf OHIO Trrtnc to Mix Brice up With 8np poeed Batlrond is ho ma terial change in the senatorial situation It is reported that all candidates far with the exception of nave This has Riven an increased life to the Brice boom for the Hysell is recognized as a speakership candidate of the Brice ele An unconfirmed report states that the democrats will elect Marquis lieutenant governor over and run Governor Campbell against Brice for the A great deal of work has been An effort was made early in the day to create a sensa tion in a business way by trying to force Calvin Brice to a settlement in con nection with the old Lake Erie and Western Brice was president of the Lake Brie and Western before its reorganization after the receivership and stfll holds the His caHers were Ward and local ticket Ward accosted Brice and after inquiring into his business presented a roll of old coupon nearly four hundred in which he said had been repudi ated and demanded He said he proposed to hold Brice and the latter replied he knew nothing about but if he had a claim about which there was a he should bring suit and proper settieaient would The friends of Brice pay little attention to the performance and are proceeding with the business before UXB creditors in different and more are expected to be ALLEGED SWIKDLER for merly of has been arrested by the United States authorities for using the for swindling He opened an office at 335 Dearbourn street and sent out confidential circulars of a travel ers employment in which for a remmittance of one dollar each he guar anteed positions to traveling with salaries ranging from to Thomas was taken in custody by by Captain Stewert and gave bail before Commissicier Hoyne in the sum of LH1OBOFO1J1U TO Deeperate Died of Bwalara at Tren J 3 dead bodv of wife of Arthur was found on the floor of her bedroom this Near by lay the unconscious figure of a young lady who had been visitingthe Miss Pur cell was finally She said during the night she was awakentd by Mrs Kniffin screaming that there were burglars in the Miss Purcell sprung from bed to call but was seized by a man who applied tha drug to her Kniffin was seized by an other man who chloroformed This was the last Mies Purcell remembered till resuscitated by the Miss Fursell had almost entirely re covered from her prostration this even She still insists on the truth of her story of the although the police can find so little to justify this they are not looking lor the alleged bur Tho deaths today numbered 230 against 125 yesterday and 165 bronchitis and consumption show an increase over the standard per day at this The nnmber of po liremen repotted sick this morning is s steady The increase in tbe number of deaths is attributed to the grip and the disease which follows that FIVE THOUSAND CASKS IN Jan officers report there are cases of la grippe in Cleveland but no fatal cases FIBI AT TbeState Ualverelty Narrowly 2e About ten oclock this morning fire was discovered in the main building of the State univer sity and for a time it was feared that the entire building would be destroyed The fire department was called out and in an hours hard fight obtained control of the It was a narrow escape for the whole Two thousand dollars will cover the Eniffen reached Trenton from Broadway tonight and was at once taken under the escort of detectives to the police station and subjected to a pri vate The police say the doc tor is not under Uqmr Brande premises of the Globe wholesale liquor were searched by a warrant upon the complaint of an agent for a brand of who alleged this company were counterfeiting their The result was the discovery of not only counter feits of this brand but of nearly every other wen known In some cases the cases for shipment were imitated and to protect them from observation in transit they were provided with plain outer Troope Held Beady to Qaell Political Blot at The political situation is very mucn The negroes held a meeting last night and re solved to insist on their The white republicans propose to back A meeting will be held tonight to devise some pacific Governor Lowry will be ssked to hold state trooDB in readiness for fear of any trouble oc The trouble grows out of the heated canvass for the municipal election place next for widow of Colonel Edward formerly of this has brought suit against Portugal to recover claimed to be due her by the confis cation cf a railroad owned by her hus running from Delagos bay in Africa to the Transvaal gold It is add the go vtraaent admits the claim but disputes the TO The ef m New Yeore of oatsia placed at n incMsse of IMS than A Peaperado Lee has been brought from Apache onmty he was arrested by the sheriff of that county for train Lee is a noted desperado whom the sheriff has been trying to secure for a kmg ZMaft fatal col lidon of freight trains took place on the Missouri fifteen mflss east of hers John a was instantly Bobert died wttOntwDhouza from the in Zam of this died in East Atchi son last night from exposure to the coll and the effects of too much He came here on New Tears went p a place wherafjiquor is sold and ceeded to ojuCrate by drinking He continfWFthe operation until late t night and then in drunken stupor left tie went out of doors and sat on toe where he wss found yesterdiy morning all huddled in a heap and stll drunk sad half His associates carried him back to the resort and placed him on a bed improvised in a corner of tbe where he died last i i TUB VAUCT OF TUB plating not the assassination of the czar but the murder of the entire reigning family as Already many conspirators have been taken into cus tody and those still at large are under espionage or are being tracked by re lentless police Several impli cated persons were apprehended while attempting to leave the A BLOODY skirmish has taken place between the Turks and in which many were killed and Sixteen wounded Turks were brought to ANUMBKB OP LIVES 3 number of lives have been lost by the stranding of the Italian steamer Persia on the island of A JUNISTBY ministry has Sagasta will attempt to form a new THK INFLUENZA AND THK influenza is ipieading among the London police and prevails especially among offi jers doing duty in the eastern part of the SCHOOLS influenza pro rails to such an extent in this city that it has been found necessary to close the JACKSON AOCKPT8 SULLIVANS the Australian hss sent a cable dis patch to the United States announcing his acceptance of the challenge of John L Sullivan to fight for a He will sail for New York June Anderson will open the dramatic season at Broadway New October 28 next BAILBOAD POBTDtS employed in tbe Wicklow aad Wexford Rail way company struck for an advance in They are supported by the em ployes of the other THB BKMAINS OF THE remains of the exempress of Brazil were removed to day to Lapa an imposing cortege following tne gVLDEHCE FAVORABLE TO HAT Citizen is author ity for the statement that the new evi dence which hss been collected in Kng Isnd and America in the case Maybrick is of the most convincing character and needs but the scrutiny oi home secretary to convincethat officer of the immediate necessity of recommend in the queen to grant her a fmll aad un conditional Attempt the Life of rather Kel ly of New life of the Father James Kelly of Patricks this wss at tempted at an early hour yesterday The assassin rang the door and as soon as Father Kelly opened the door he received a blow on the head from a heavy The priest grappled with his assail ant and cried Murder when the assassin by an effort disen gaged himself and took to his heels A doctor was at once summoned and the wound Father Kelly only suf fered from nervods prostration and loas of He says he cannot identify his This is th second attempt to do away with Father Kelly within The first attempt was by The affair offers no possible in spite of the fact that detec tives have been working upon it for sometime It has been said that there is a woman in the but there is nothing in the pastors known associa tions to confirm the JfaMfBl Bat evening paper says According to an interview with a representative of the Honduras a newspaper in Teg Major Burke the defaulting state treasurer of said relative to his return to Louisana he would prob ably not be able to leave his Honduras interests until the beginning of March It was a painful situation for him to be but he would have to endure it for some months to JMre la a Jail Avelete Special to Tin jail caught fire here today from a defective There were six inmate at the time imprisoned for different crimes and during the ex cite ment Peter charged with burglarizing a clothing at made good his and the sheriff is not only short the bird but also an over coat and Tha damage to the build ing is Sheriff Wood will also suffer about the same amount on con JOINT Two Union Denaoerate Wteo are is still much interest felt in the news from Jas per county regarding the attitude of Senator Perry and Representative Ewart on the prohibition They had been counted as but they claim to be union labor Senator Eagle says he is a prohibitionist and always has been Leading prohibi tionists voted for among the number being Murphy prohibition candi date for lieutenant Engle states positively that he is opposed to the repeal of the present He re gards it as a dangerous policy to repeal a good law simply because it is violated Local option he regards as a matter of much as it is a fruitful source of strife and contention and leads to bitter recriminations that cause much barm in He says prohibi tion has done wonders for Jasper county and the entire anahe standing by Matt the union labor representativeelect from this states that he will permit himself to be torn to pieces by inches be fore he will vote to repeal the WOULDNT ISSU1C Kmandpation appropriately observed the colored ThePscnltyof the Physicians aad Bui dents an enjoyable Editor of the wss presented with t watch by his admiring friends on new years The Missouri rivet i City Thunday Parties from Vinton amtoi with the Boone Business 1 tion in regard to starting a i ss Nannie Washington and of 1 teacher at died T dar George arrested at the 1st charged mitted at was 1 married on the day of his The home of Louis near was entered by burgle Years who secured tlOft b to 163 to his daughter and between and to his di in all about The I hss been captured aad Algona Republican Jake is the name of an is camping in the woods i Jake is a Winnebsgo aad 1 but his crop ye very poor and he is spending season in hunting and muskrat and other furl but reports the light Jake appears to and carries with him a honorable discharge from t the close of the Sioux TKB Jolleto Traced Topic of ing case is still the conversation in this Cora held an inquest on the Amelia Dahl and her son Join The testimony showed that both I and son had accused John Shelf hired with puling their The Coroners held Shtfflar for the murder is now in The only has made is that it was the i the coffee that poisoned theJ Searles examined the msa that it wss all people of tbe highest husband died some three yearn ing property worth daughter lives in Frankfort Stroll lives postmortem will be mads oal to determine the nature used to take their lives BLOFJKMBSX AX GJ A CfelM malty little daughter of William aged seven living in tbe village of was fatally burned by the explosion of a lamp last night Her lit tle sged wss also seriously Richmond was confined to bed with typhoid and in the excite ment attendant upon the jumped from bed and ran out of the house calling for As a result he U now lying at the point of Will rwrUea Wfeeat conference be tween Governor of North exGovernor and the Min neapolis elevator men yesterday was en tirely sad Governor Miller feels The elevator men agree to furnish ail the seed wheat needed by the Dakota farmers at a very low rate cf interest or no interest at provided either the or corporate bodies will guarantee the pay ment when the crops are Aadltor of Dee Clalae the Appropriation Ordinance le Il Special to THB interesting condition of affairs was brought about in city by the refusal of Auditor Laird to issue warrants in accordance with the provisions Of the ordinance ap propriating funds for this The ordinance was passed on the last night of last The claim is made by Au ditor Laird that it is illegal for the fol lowing reasons That it appropriates more money than the income of the city will pay that it contains provisions contrary to law in various one of which is the appropriation for fire alarm The council is restrained by injunction from incurring any indebtedness more than at present exists so expenses must be kept within the As matters stand at present no money can be paid out of the city treasury while the auditor rsmains and the affairs around the city hall arc in a very dilemmatic THB 6ABDEN OF THT WOBUK In Spite of To 3 Wo medical student of Ann Aiof fl eloped Wednesday night wMIM daughter of and Hainea of this Wood ion tended school boarded at and formed a for Her parents diet not his suit with favor and refused Wood asked their consent to marriages year The yom visited during the holidays at 1 Wednesday afternoon them saying he wiM He then went to th clerks house and procured al Early in slipped out of the house her lover at an appointed spofc l whiIed to the house of who was prayermeeting to te tha 1 secured a livery rig and die Wataga to take the train for The drls parents wsi and her father frantically searching for threatened to arrest Wood for certifying that girt at is said to be only mi angry he that he toICf that he would rather should have been daughter that tied cles here and Wood ataafel si wen Nxw the weU known author and dramatlrt died last night from Piofsssor Chides August tie well known German diid yesterday at DEATH Or A WBUrnOWH R4 township tmidentiaf Lisbon correspondent says commerewith Bio Jaasiro is CHOLBSA BA6TNS AT reports published say the cholera is raging at and that it is vary fatal and it is feared it win reach Teherin in the as Grain blow at grain cor ners from a new direction wss made to day in a suit brought by Lamson who ask that Boyden be com pelled to disclose all their transactions in Us corner in 2 corn in November aadsto make good a sus tained by complainants who were pre vented by comer from flUing legiti mate coatrsrta SAV saxiety is felt here for the safe arrival of State of which pBM between tlds port and lett Portland iMt Sunday with sixty pMSMgan and nothing hsi seenof though she is about twentytwo hours Tha rav sane cutter 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