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   Burlington Hawk-Eye (Newspaper) - January 8, 1890, Burlington, Iowa                                THE BURL ESTABLISHED WEDNESDAY JANUARY PRICK SENATOR MORGAN ADDRESSES THE SEMITE OK THE NEGRO Butlers Bill to Further Their Emi gration to AfricaThe Only Solu tion to tlie Color the senate Voorhees offered a resolution recit ing the newspaper report of the United States district of who interfered in his offi cial to prevent the arrest of who is charged with violation of the election laws of and directing the attorney general to re port what instructions the department had issued to Chambers on the At Voorheet rcqueti the resolution went over tiil io Morgan proceeded to address the senate on the subject of the bill hereto fore introduced by to provide for ihe emigration of persons of color from the southern Be had reached the concision that there was a natural incongruity and an irrepressible couthd between the To re turn the iegro race to Africa was the only solution of the It was uuilemable that the aversion be tweeu the two races bad greatly in creased BIUCO hluvery was abolished and il would increase so long as the large of the population was of the Africa Experience would not permit tun biatemeul that such a feeling uf aversion existed only in the IlwiB nut BU in the bouth as it was in iht It was so strong bnlwotu the IICLTO and hieformor master us it was between the and thosu who never OWLCQ The separa tion of races wae the only thing that would extinguish tne rice In Africa the negro coulri grow up to thij full measure uf his Slavery EUK would bu abolished it I the work was left tc the whites it wnuld be of slow but the Anie lour uegro would accDm plish lie dwell uicong those In up hie Morgan pointed K tbe fuel that the negroes hud no U riint in this would never lift tlie nogro race in thin country above its preotiit On the contrary the fric tion and collision cauEcd by the nogroas use ilie ballot create more and more envy against tho negro He Morgan looked forward to the efitablinhment of a free republican government in the Congo region by the influence of America or the American who would thus be the redeem on and regenerators of their father A message from the president in rela tion to the claim of the widow of John the German arising out of his death at North Caro nnd recommending an appropriation of was presented lo the senate and Aftur i xccutivc session the senate THK aws providing for a linking fond for the payment ol the principle of United States bonds be andereherebysuspended unil a further order of The Sioux who are visiting in the east appeared before the home cota mittee on Indian affairs John Or who was the chief made an earnest onslaught upon the practice of sending to eastern Too few of the Indians could e sert to schools in the east to hare y beneficial effect upon the gnat maw of the Indians when they return o the reservations after finish ig their education in the eait more Indians could be sent to reserve ion and these schools should be He was aaked if the Siouxs were ready to accept land in ie replied they were and it would e about fifteen years before they would e Hiscocks special committee upon the quadro centennial will meet tomorrow to being hearings in behalf of the several cities desiring the location of the worlds Hiscrck said this afternoon he ex pected the representatives from Chicago o open the arguments tomorrow a favor of that but he had been informed by Farwell hat they desired farther The home committee on foreign af lairs held its first meeting to day and decided that it had authority to consider the worlds fair bill introduced by Bep esentaive Accordidgly Chair man HiU was authorized to appoint a pub committee of five to consider and re ort on tbe The subcommittee was appointed as follows Hitt of Illi chairman Rockwell of Massachu Holman of McCreary of and Chipman of it a understood the members of this com mittee are divided as follows in their preferences for the location of the fair iitt and Chicago Sew York Washington Mc The committee on pensions has or dered a favorable report UTon the repeal so much of section of the revised siatuiee as provides that no claim cf state militiamen for pension on arcouiiT of diFabiiity from wounds or in icR received in battle with rebals or Indians whs temporarily rendering shall be valid unless prosecuted lo successful issue prior to July THS TOBACCO Lilvely Tilt Jiotlon There wan an unusually small number of members present when thu house was called to Tho prayer of the chaplain for tho divine protection of the fick repre sentatives was listened to with unwonted of offered a reso lution that iho house resolve itself into a of the whole for the consider ation of tho District of Columbia appro priation the committee lo be gov ernoil bv the rules of the last Mr BrtckenridKe raiaad a question of coamilcniUui against the The speaker uled a question of con siderai in could not be raisedauainslthe the resolution was in thn nature of ti motion regulating the of the lirickonridgo said the resolution waul further thiin that and provided for the of a code of lie ap ptialod the o vigorously attacked tie speakers ruling and argued thai no question of consideration could bo raised against a motion to go into a the pending resolution wont far Inyond that and provided for a code of rules He thought the time had come when the if it was to be governed by should have those Applause on the democratic of said that as he understood the the gentlemen on thi1 other side were opposed to doing anything without rules and wanted th rules adopted under which nothing coulc be The majority was charged with trying to ravish the other side with out How By proposing to con sider aud pass a bill on the calendar un der rules made by a democratic house Was that ravishment He wanted the republican members to come up shoul dor t shouiier and show they were ready tc do the business of the country Let the committee on rules take its time and bring in code which would ad vance and not obstruct the of Sow regarded the debate as a preliminary skirmish on ths part of the majority in order to see whether the minority could bs starved out and made to take any rules which might be It was the duty of the minority to stand bore until the end of congress like a single to main tain its rights and After protracted discussion the de cision of the fiair was sustained by a vote of yeas nsys party MoComas then demanded the pre vious question on the adoption of hie and it was Teas 181 nays No further opposition to the resolu tion was made by the and it having been the house went in to a committee of the whole for the con sideration of the district The first paragraph only was considered when the committee rose and the house ad ILL f AIMS f HE FODHD HELF LESS Tieious Career of a Georgia Desperado is Finally but His Sympathizers Eeseae Him from special to the World from says The release of Will Wallace from the jail cf Harris county on Sunday morning was in fall keeping previous It was desperate and Wallace is a man in middle and He was raised in the western portion of Harris one of the few places in Georgia where the illicit distiller a and at a has a large percentage of vicious men among its Wallace was the most daring of his fel lows and soon came to be recognized as the leader in all things where courage was About a year ago a colored in reported the existence of one of these Wallace essayed the role of caught the tied iarltr on Tkmt Bnbjcet too hiDmte Committee The ways and meane committee to day heard a number of representatives of the tobacco E of New advo a uniform rate of duly as prior to and opposed the proposition to in atc the duty on wrapper and filling He said the importation cf Sumatra tobacco had not injured the jome J of the position that there was no profit n growing tobacco here if the wrappers were not to be for in the wrappers was all the James representing the New York leaf tobacco board of safd the board wanted the internal revenue tax completely wiped He asserted the cigarmakers were also in favor of the A uniform duty of thirtyfive cents per pound was wanted on all im ported If that rate would not protect ihe farmer no duty would do Several other witnesses were some of whom wanted the internal reve nue system wiped out while others did missed and the trustees are trying to eject The Hilbig and antiHilbig factions are both strong and a bitter con test is A MUIUXKHXD M ttw Bnlml of Mn 1 body of Kniffen was buried at Milford Just before the casket was low ered into the grave the lid was lifted to allow a last look at the was intense gTritannmt when Kniffen looked for a few moments at the mur dered wife and almost broken When Miss Purcell came to the casket she sobbed loudly and was greatly agi She leaned over the gave a look at the corpse and then passed XHUZTDXB CRIBBED E DlMovwy of tinat JtouioBtfc discov ery that one of the orators in the recent FhiloEceritean contest at Monmouth college purloined over thirty brilliant passages of his oration has caused a good deal of comment and it is now claimed that the college orators have plagiarized for years and the fact has been condoned or suppressed by the One of the plagiarists is said to be the son of one of the It is said that some of the students are arranging to leave the institution for other who represents Illinois in the interstate contest at stands out clear from all charges of IOWA 1oetofuce ee in Iowa During io Postoffice changes in Iowa during the week ending January 1890 Webster coun Mollie Gilmour Fine Musca ine Henning Marion Postmasters Appointed Jackson Blois Humboldt Nellie Reid Mitchell Ful lerlon OBrien Gaunt High Emmet Val entine Hause Mills Sawyers Binggpld Daniel Mclntyre Muscaiiae Gabatkuler Woodbury McSpar WA8HINQTOH 1rccldent and HsurrlMB First State and Mrs Harrison pave their first state dinner in honor of VicePresident and Mrs Morton and the members of the cabinet and their wives The floral deco rations were unusually elaborate The president escorted Morton and the vicepresident Har Among the other guests were Speaker of the House and General Senator and Senator and Senator and Congressman Carlisle and Logan and CHAllLEg Charles medical refereee of the Pen sion died in this city this morn ing of pneumonia GOVERNOR HILLS him to a and laid on lashes enough to teach him better manners in the From that incideni dated a series of outrages upon Mid night visits to the cabins on the large plantations became and the lash was used with unsparing The name of Will Wallace soon became prom inent as the man who led the The murder of Ransom Gordon made action on the part of the citizens imper Gordon was an aged who with his wife had never left the planta tion on which they were One day near the end of August they were at work in the cotton A man wear ing a mask came down the He carried a Winchester As he came near where the old couple were he deliberately aimed and blowing off the old mans The assassin was Will The man ner of Gordons Taking off stirred up the negroes and they were out to the funeral in large The preacher described the murder in flowinc The next day he was on his way to another appoint ment when he rode right into Wallaces You seem to be very sorry for Gor dons said replied the but vengeance belongs to the and we will leave it to Couldnt you repeat your sermon of yesterday asked raising his The thoroughly and opening his Bible gave out the verses and the which the desperadoes He then began his As a finale to the performance Wallace took aim and shot off Ihe preachers upper The next week notices were served on the negroes on all the plantations The utmost confusion The cotton picking season was on hand and it was impossible to get The ne groes crowded together for protection and many of them began to The people of the mountain district called an emergency meeting and organized them selves into a vigilance committee Things became so hot for Wallace that he left the The governors re ward set the detectives after him and about three weeks ago he was run down by the marshal of West The in carceration of Wallace in Hamilton jail was It placed him within reach of his Thus the sun went down on the scene on Saturday Wallace had retired within his which was locked on Sheriff Kim brough went to his and all was It was well on toward Sun day morning when the clatter of hoofs awoke the restless On every street were to be seen Around the sheriffs house a body guard was stationed These were sufficient to preserve quiet until the men at the jail had completed the work of releasing Dan a who is supposed to have recognized some of the was taken along for safe Whether they killed him or not has not yet been Wallace may be sent out of the country to Texas as soon as the search for him Meantime he is in a safe ref use with his KEPT HER BOY FBOS1 GRIPS SI DOWASEB EMPRESS AD5DSTA DOWH BY An Illinois Women Imprlionad Under the Compulsory Education compul sory school law was put to the test here and James who kept her boy at house because she is so poor that he has to assist in earning the is in Five dollars and cost was the penalty and the poor unable to was put into A Notcblc Eliza beth the eldest daughter of the late was united in mar riage this morning to Walter George a lawyer of this The bride is one the wealthiest ladies in her own right in She is a sister of Miss Kate who recently en tered the convent in Sontuwortb NEW who shot and killed Stephen Pettus on November died this morning in her cell in the Ever since she entered the nearly two months Southworth has been steadily Her Mar and her two brothers were Wanted to unknown German boy lay down on the Terre Haute Peoria railroad track near Mackinac Sunday night and waited for a train to kill Some people saw him and tried to pullhim off the but he drew a knife and drove them Then they notified the trainmen of an approaching who overpow ered the wouldbe He appeared to be GoKUn Special to THB William a pioneer lady of this vicinity died quite suddenly late last aged about She will be buried at noon Judge Scofleld Buikllni Arnlvn The best salve in the world for salt fever chapped chilblains corns and all skin and posi tively cures or no pay It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money Price 23 cents per For sale drnjr She Passes Away Peacefully Sur rounded by A Brief History of Her Life aid Empress Augusta died at She had suffered from an attack of was thought to be better and suddenly took a relapse laat night and hasty sum monses were sent to relatives and friends warning them of the alarming The news became quickly public and a large crowd assembled in the Under den Linden before the palace and much sym pathy was shown for the At the time of her death the emperor and empress and their two eldest the grand duke and grand duchess of soninlaw and ol the dowager were at her bed The death of the empress was an nounced to the people by the lowering of the imperial standard from its place over the The empress passed away surrounded by all her near As the end came the mourners knelt around the bed and the court chaplain offered prayer and then blessed the Emperor William and empress soon after left the Early in the moraine the doctors per ceived there no hope of saving the empress She had suffered from in fluenza for three days and bore the malady so well that Monday night her recovery was looked upon as But in the course of the night pneumonia developed and pre sented a crisis too great for her remain ing The Ksichsanzeiger says the emperor and the whole imperial family are in the deepest affliction at the sad Maria Louisa Catherine once empress of Germany and queen of was born in September and was the daughter of the Grand Duke Charles Frederick of Saxe Her mother was the daughter of Paul emperor of She was brought up at the court of her Charles the friend of and it was her proudest boast that she was a pupil of the great Goethe speaks in one of his volumes of the many sided and harmoniouus culture of the Princess Her eldest sister and herself married the former Prince Charles of and she Prince afterward king and The empress made the acquaintance of her future husband at her fathers court in whither the then crown prince of Russia went on a visit in It was a genuine love The young people were attached to each other at In their engagement was On June they were married with great pomp and ceremony at the royal palace were on a the royalty r in Paris from troubles originating BY THK IB Wax Vtralala Morgan town special says Physicians sent by the county into the mountain district along Cheat in which diph theria was reported to be tell horrible stories of The people are now suffering from epidemics of two diphtheria and the more dread ed black The latter has broken out in the last two weeks and about deaths have the patients presenting a terrible appear In the meantime a great many chil dren are suffering from and families attacked by either of the disV eases are in The county has erected a temporary hospital and a large force of physicians and nurses are at tending it Even with tfrfo aid many of the sick have not been cared for pro IT PTJZZItKS THK A DlMara RMcmbllas a New of this town are greatly puzzled over a new disease which has just appeared and the citizens are as greatly owing to the fact that the symptoms of the disease are not unlike those of The only victim of the disease so far as known is a man named who was employed in the cellonite About a week ago Borst was stricken down with in his A few days later his skin began to change color and large scales gathered on its Finally the skin began to peel off in large the victim was seized with became extremely nervous owing to the extreme could not lie in Several wellknown New York patholoeists were called in by Arlington and after a lengthy consultation all agreed that the disease was new to Saturday it was decided to remove Borat to a medi cal institute at where he will receive the attention of a number of ex perts in skin GKNBRAL FOREIGN AN at on Reform Hill in his annual message to the legislature urges the desirability of some changes in the law relating to He reviews the present election laws and says Yet in spite of these excellent provisicns our laws do not reach the two great evils which attend our intimidation and These nourish un checked bringing shame upon our state and rendering our elections a mockery and threatening even the integrity and existence of our political He devotes considerable attention to the Australian system and says many of its features are while others are decidedly objectionable constitutionally and The governor recom mends the passage of a law which will provide for secret compartments for the voters and claims this provision alone would do much to prevent corruption and would secure the cnief benefits of of true electoral In his opinion a general registration of electors through A Tonns Lady at Jacksonville Fatally Snot by a a long time the affairs of Miss Keener and Jonathan Fosten her colored coach man has been the gossip of the Some time ago Posten went to Iowa and while there Miss Keener sent the negro a large amount of valu able This morning FOB ten returned and proceeded to the borne of Miss Keener where he was met by her brother Tom who ordered the negro As Posten turned to go he met Miss Keenan and a young man named Without warning the negro drew a pistol and be gan first at whom he twice and then at Miss who promptly returned the both being Miss Keener was shot through the lungs and hips and is in a very critical Posten shot in the arm and At this juncture the negro was clubbed and disarmed by a crowd drawn to the Fosten is in but so terribly injured that it is thought be cannot It is said Miss Keener can scarcely live through the night The Keener family is one of the most prominent in XXXBKASUBXKS the whole state the Othor The president sent the following nominations to the senate today George to be sur veyor of customs at Iowa David of to be United States marshal for the southern district of Iowa to correct error in Everett Foster to be agent for the Indians of the Yankton agency also the following Illinois postmasters John Aledo Ottawa Frank Mount should be m part of THB OHIO Victory A Novel Fotat Baleed ey JBxOSBelale attorny general in behalf of the state began suit against exState Treasurers Wei Swallow and Breen together with their bondsmen for the purpose of recov ering money it is these ttlcKd to by NEW Hebrew aged and who was a housekeeper in a tenement building oc cupied by was knocked down and kicked to death by an Italian named Frank Boscuh this whom he had accused of having broken the door of an Boscuh was assisted by a number of other Italians all of whom were arrested Got Judgment for Over Judge Shipman of the United States circuit court has given a decree for the plaintiff in the case of the Boston Safe Deposit and rrust company against the Ameri can Rapid Telegraph The de cree is for a principal sum of with interest amounting to A Watn KABSAS water famine threatens this city by the sudden go ing of ice in the Big Muddy above The stage of water here has been lowered about two feet below the This unlookedfor fall of water caused the main suction at the water works to become conse quently no water can be Tne Kaaeme KANSAS from Kansas and Missouri state that the bliz zard which has been in progress through out these states the past thirtysix has The storm was not severe enough to delay travel on the Ktlltd tae Fast Mail Mor seventeen years a son of Wil liam was struck and in stantly killed at this morning by the 9 fast mail on the Michigan Central In Special to THB a well known youne man of Ft Green will have a hearing in the county court on a charge of illegal sale of A crowd of wit nesses have been summoned and tin charges against Wright are numerous and A Mall Cantor to Me a mail was frozen to t yesterday while he and a were carrying mail sad express to Wash ington eight miles distant in The festivities magnificent Most of of Europe was A feature of the celebration was a splendid tourney in imitation of the jousts of olden entitled The Spell of the White She during her whole the patroness of science and in late of many forms of benevo She took a great during the FrancoPrussian in the wounded and labored incessantly for their In 1872 she founded at Charlottenburg a seminary for the edu cation of the daughters of officers who fell in the and designed buildings for the poor in after the plan of those of Peabod in In his work entitled Berlin Under the Em Henry Vizetelly represents her as the head of the more scholarly and humanitarian party of the German Brought up at the feet of in the traditions of the in tellectual court of she generally surrounded herself with professors of and were her and when she became queen she drew to the court Berthold and Gnstav zu Pulitz while no important library or artistic work has been brought out with out some expression of her Her ultraaristocratic spirit could not under stand that the royal will should submit to that of the and to her is usual ly attributed the most obstinate resist ance to the withdrawal of the troops from Berlin in Her desire for pompous display at the coronation cere mony in 1861 is well and on that occasion every gesture bespoke satisfied she did not sympathize with the warlike aspirations of her and against the contests with Denmark and Tne Theaur and Source at Burned theater and bourse here were destroyed by fire this Only the bare walls of the building For time it was thought the fire would destroy the block in which the theater and bourse were but the firemen saved the Hotel Central and other adjacent buildings and rescued the guests of the THE LONDON trial of Arthur Solicitor Frederick his clerk and Adolphas De the in on the charge of conspiring to defeat justice in connection with the West End scandal was continued before Magistrate Vaughan in the Bow street police court An expostal messenger named Perkins testified after he had given testi mony to the Newton tried to in duce him to go to Newton said he knew somebody who would give twenty pounds down and one pound a week expenses for three years to himself Perkins and the other Swinscow and who had given information to the if they would emigrate THB BODY OF THK LATK EMPRESS OF BRA ZIL body of the late empress of Brazil was today consigned to its final resting in the pantheon at this A WATBRSPOUT IN waterspout is reported at Nanking and hundreds of people have been A TAEATBR Alcazar theater was burned TO BE has accepted an invitation to attend a banquet to be Riven in his honor by the Americans in American Minister Lincoln He will present to Stanley an American flag and a massive silver inwrought with African DEATH OF A POST AND the poet and is GENERAL FASI IS the kings first is MEM HE B DOUBTLESS TIE DEMOCRATIC CAB Me fa a Railroad So was BalesHis Chances for Election Hie Clans Arriving at Des Opeoial to THB DKS Moons democratic headquarters here the candidacy of John of Fort is spoken of as a republican and as such has been telegraphed to outside It is said he would be unavailable be cause he is a railroad attorney and would not suit the This hardly seems to make any dif for Governorelect Boies is a man of the same he has been an attorney for the Illinois Central at Waterloo for a good while and as such held an annual pass over that To be sure the office did not amount to but if the fact had been generally known before the last election the result might have been changed by the antimanopoly It is safe to say Duncombe is a genuine democratic candidate for United States senator and as such will stand quite well in the The republicans have their own party to take care of and as Duncombe has as good as ad mitted his candidacy there is no use in democrats trying to sidetrack him this The members of the legislature are be ginning to arrive and by the end of the week all will be So far only one democrat has put in an Three candidates for Silas of Atlantic of Mason and Smith of are here but there is not much opportunity for work The candi dates for minor positions have early and by tomorrow night the iam paign will be under full A BAD was seriottsly injured 1 from his buggy I of an the asdwmx blocks by the runaway 1 IB accordance with the t that purpose wfll report to 1 islature for laying i ing the about tte cost of building will add f tad frescoing the corridor and DOWITKD Nnw today gave a judgment ia George Rice inhisnghtwiU Oil Some chased in open market trust He also additional share as a stock his five The in the name of the person from purchased and repeated efforts to have 1 to his name on the fused to comply with his demands he began suit in the i against John Rockefeller other The defense Rice had not established auv UUeil and was hostile tothexd having purchased the cates for the purpose of annoying the trust that tuted several suits to annoy the i ants and had offered to drop the ceedings if the trust paid him I for his oil refinery at Marietti Judge OBrien in giving judgment 1 favor of Rice says he had established 1 right to become the transferee the trust agree RAILROAD AN ICB WXI6HTXD Faction C BSOIM Tke contest for the senate shows material change today except in the way of unsupported claims behalf of the respective leading Morris James con City William John Ma Gen Jerseyville Ma roa Winiam Carlisle B Newton Cobden EUannab Carbondale Jnd Thoies wA Me The managers for Briee claim they have sufficient strength to secure his nomination on almost any bellot they the second frequently Jlesfenoa not con cedethedaJmsofstrengtkibrBnoBand arcresalve end kopefuL is somewhat Thomas fnende There is rumor the question of aa received as interest on state funds loaned to different banks sad for which they failed to account to the The sued for is not stated but it CBAIZED BY LA is believed to be point controversy nearly The involved n whether the state treasurer Is merely custodian for the state or being absolutely liable for any and all losses of the state me tnstsdto to becomes the owner of the to do with it as he sees Bt until called upon to expend it for state puiposes or tun it over to his suc expiration of his torn of Senator br n Faluns Loso ISLASD north wall of the machine shops in the yard of the Long Island railroad depot in this city fen this killing three SMMW CBDAB early this morning gutted Kellys Fruit fist and comBisfion noose on First The stock is a total DULTJTBV Myl treasurer of the school district of Ken Lake committed suicide His accounts A Rocnemtor Malady NEW reports of the influenza epidemic continue to come from all sections of the several points in Canada and The troops in Germany are seriously affected and in London it is rumored that the young Spanish king is much sickar than is generally In Plainfield New William Moore died of la grippe Sunday and his wife followed him to crazed by the effects of influen escaped from his home early this morning clad in a night shirt and draw He has not been seen a pioneer in the shoe business of this city and New died here this morning of aged ad mit that there are a number of serious cases of la grippe in both Clinton and Lyons and many light The dis ease is not geneoal La one of the most prominent figures in French society in died yesterday morn ing of POWDBSLT HAS THB properly drawn warrant for the arrest of Grand Master Workman sworn out by Edward was received in this city When the constable went to Fowdedys house he found him sick in bed suffer ing from sore throat sad 1st grippe sad did not make sa arrest LA mtuMiB IB HAHCOOC BpeeialtoTn CAI Louie People Menaced by Bi ins Xleotrte sudden advent of snow and sleet has transformed the business section of Louis into a grotto of scintillating iciclesswinging to and fro on telegraph and electric light Wires were break ing frequently today under the weight of ice and pedestrians were busy dodging The danger of breaking limbs on the sleety walks was not half so near the public mimd as the fear of death from an electric Now and then a wire sagging beneath a heavy weight of ice would touch another Blue sparks would fly for a moment and a shivering blue flame succeed until the fusing of the wire caused them to part and fall to the Then the crowds would falling over each other in their anxiety to reach a place of The police are watching for fallen The electric light and telegraph and telephone companies have men out repairing the damage as rapidly as pos but the danger is still very Two street car horses were killed and their heads nenriy burned off this morn ing by an electric wire which dropped acrocs the track as the car came There were fifteen passengers on the car Breaking Switch Rode Caueo a Serloae Special to THK Yesterday afternoon as the fast stock express was heading in on the side track at Lawn about forty Ive miles north of the switch rods causing the tram to The engine made the side track the switch giving the tender and two cars cf stock were thrown upon the track and Several head of cattle were killed and Fireman Leyson had his knee smashed and collar bone Brakeman of had an ankle badly It was a close No one was to A Fatal DKS The coroner yes terday investigated the case of two deaths in South Des Moines which re sulted from a mistake in taking medi cine left by a George Burley and her sixyearold son were the The child was ill with diphtheria and was attended by The mother complained of sore throat and requested which was left in shape of a powder to be taken internally and a gargle of bi chloride of mercury Through a misun derstanding of instructions the gargle was taken Died From An Accidental Wound DES James of South Des died yesterday morning from wounds received Saturday by the accidental discharge of an old revolver which she was The weapon had not been used for Her injuries were not thoaght to be ser ious at the A Miner Severely Mat a Hungarian was severely but not dangerously hurt in the mines here yes His injuries are confined to his back and Hanson was cutting top coal in an entry and the coal fell and caught He is a single indus sober and a good Fire In the Semtnery NORA Last evening a fire broke out in the third story of the newseminery building Although water was scarce the fire apparatus avail able succeeded in quenching the fire with an estimated loss of 1800 to A Generoue CRDAR The will of shows a bequest of to the Coe at Cedar From Iowa Correspondence of A series of religious meetings were opened here last Sunday The public after a two weeks Every morning crowds of men can People Bad Train DBS commission received a complaint citizens of and other towne i the Chicago and Northwestern regarding poor train service on that i between Des Moines and thosepT The complaint says that the train only mail train on is late at Algona from seventeen tof five minutes more than half the which prevents the transfer of i and mail going west on the The citizens join in the through train which tinued be This would them better connections at Ames the fast Chicago train and in other reS spects greatly add to the of the citizens of Algona sad AFTER THE MILWAUKBB DBS receipt off information from Dubuque today the Milwaukee railway company paying no attention to tile order of railway commission in the swif the matter was placed in the of the attorney general for THB SOO MAKES A 800 roed 1 cut rates to to meet Burlington and The 8001 will now be lower to New points than that of the Chicago TRAFFIC MANAGER CLABKB BT of the and Omaha has office of traffic manager will be and they scrambled out in every but none were A COSTLY direc Leweelone City BalUUns Deetroyed Ke city building caught fire tonight end was totally The building cost and there was no insurance on it The valuable library of the Manu fuctnrera and Mechanic consisting of many of which cannot be easily replaced was wholly The city records are supposed to be safe in heavy The military companies lose all their Postmaster Walker saved ill the malls and most of the The fire extended to Tracys ttock which wss The poultry show opened today in the latter building and most of the fowls were school opened yesterday be seen going toward the each with his axe and dinner to fell More woodchopping has been done around here this winter than for several years but we we glad to note that some of the finest groves are being left un Frank and Johnson Kinney and Tames Faircnild purchased a few of the wild hones which were shipped here from They were sold et special sale on farm east of and the general freight and agents will report to the general I Tbe reason for Clarkes i is on account of the health of his 1 his desire being to devote his entire i tention to them during their stag I THE BATE WAR No passenger rate war is H westbound reduction went into effect making a rate from Chicago to f Paul of 19 first class and second r by all the and connection the Union reduced itoi Montana and the Northern coast points by way of Omaha to i the competition by the way of 8t 1 This was without turbing the Missouri river fight between the 800 line sad Burlington Northern on the l gerbusiness from Paul tot points may involve some of the 1 leading eastward from avoid a meeting of the n Traffic association will be held THB MONTANA Tne Democratic and house democrats assembled et i and cast their votes for Clark and the democratic caucus c for Governor Toole sign the certificate of theirV but Secretary of State Hotwlr f use his official authentication withhold the state seal South 1 tare of South Dakota will convened afternoon at 2 160 of the Hfci bers being present As the was perfected last there is 1 liminary excitement a canvassing for the minor iiave not been Governor m has postponed the delivery of message until Economy i all its phases wffl be the strong point f the The hea a strong lobby present and win db utmost to secure an iron clad pio and prices ri the overturn WleMe teaddrowned who was re cently appointed deputy has moved his family to We hope the number of his social visits back here will exceed his official Several families are now depending on the river for most of their water as many of the cisterns and wells are about whose home is two miles south of and was arrested in Indianapolis about two months ago the charge of is still in jail at Mt Pleasant awaiting his trial in this months term of That pestiferous epidemical dtsfiese nee not yet reached us and we hope it will not la its grippe on us as we have been proud to boast of the healthy con dition of our not having of contagious disease during the pest yew an old soldier UvtoM east of was ssssnlHHl house door by three tramps i night Captain Plimpton but he struggled Owl until the door was burst optm I came to his seized one of the tramps by t the captain freed himself front end he and the dog finally the It supposed were after the captains penstomvi but he not yet received badly 1U decided aot postmortem bodies of Amels Dael i Winslows Soothing Syrup should slwsys be osed for children softens wind cobc and is It soothes the sHays aH cares the best remedy for Bossian five cents Han sad therer can be little wfll Sev are noted et Adrimn end influenza has taken a firm hold cock doubt that eral severe There ere yet one or two severe scarlet fever in Carthaee end The State Horticultnrsl society wfll be he state gin its annual session at the on the 21st inst AHttlechfld of feU tata tab of hot water a scalding which caused k Henry for twentytwo yenn resident of dropped deed Johm John who by their hired m under arrest thinks the dead eating meat wl The offieTl the kawtkafr of mi iotf the   

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