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   Burlington Hawk-Eye (Newspaper) - January 11, 1890, Burlington, Iowa                                lURLIN ESTABLISHED SATUBPAY MAY BE COOKED BY UNFflRESEEK C1E i Hare a Majority ofjlajy Four on Joint and ShakyDakota ud Montana Polities O Colum bus Despatch says this afternoon Not withstanding the fact that Brioe re ceived the unanimous vote of the he may be defeated for senator owing to I be fact that the democrats have only five of a majority on joint one of which is of who is now and of who is not expected to live through the and three of which of Licking of of did not attend the It will be readily seen if these three members fail to support the nominee of the caucus the state of Ohio may be rep resented by a republican in the MURAT HALBTEADB congressional and east of capital upon which to erect a suitable building for the supreme court The committee also decided to recom mend the paawge of the mil Pucx 15 Cnrn to stand where the peace monument is now at the foot of Capital Hfll on Pennsylvania DEMOCRATS APPOINT A CAMPAI0S COM At a Blimly attended democratic cau cua this morning the usual resolutions I were adopted for naming a campaign that each state and territory having a democrat represents1 live shall select one to represent it in the No formal method was pro vided for the selection of members of the committee from the states whose delegations were solidly but the the usual rule will be followed allow ing the committee to fill vacancies by Halstead is the citand in Bn interview with the he says of the nomina tion of Calvin Brice for the Ohio torahip that it has put the democrats in a It is simply a tribute to the money continued the field set tling himself in a comfortable A tribute to not Hav ing done having openly indorsed a representative of suuh a how can the democrats ever again pose before the country as the opponents of trusts and grasping Who is Brice and what did he ever do He is a who would be great v honored by a nomination to the legisla and yet they name him for the United States souate fur what reason Because he ban He made that I have been by robbing the Vander bilts I dont know of just how much wortL such a feat is to the Per he did not rob them for thn V underbills certainly have e good niece of proberty in the that is the way he got his He now lives in New and in the representative solely and entirely of trusts and Hu in not an and when he comes to the stale his headquarters is in a per ambulating I mean by that his private How long since he lived there I cunt but one thing about ten years Ho lives in New York and iUK u residence When he presents lilt cruduntials to the Ed at The Howe Adjouve OM of Beenaat lor the Late in sombre black and adorned with a simple boquet of white flowers the desk so long occupied Dy Judge Kelley of Pennsylva this reminded the mem bers that the Father of the House had departed from their Immedi ately after reading the ONeill of announced the death of his Judge After pay ing a touching tribute to his he offered a resolution that appropriate services be held in the house tomorrow noon and that the usual committee be appointed to attend the funeral After the adoption of the resolution the house adjourned as a mark of WASHINGTON A Recorder of Huutfu resigna tion of the colored recorder of deeds for the has been received at the White House upon a request made by the It is supposed fhe new appointment will be made THE SITUATION AT BES VERY The Republicans Confident of Ultimate New Turn IB the Clerk ship Canvass Democrats Will ing te to Tarn DBS condition of affairs tonight iawegard to the settle ment of the of the legisla ture is very The republi cans talk very confidently of getting the speaker and everything They ex pect the Independents to come over to their side and vote for their caucus and in reward they will be given the committee The republicans are determined to carry their even if it takes all Can didates for the speakership are not so numerous as A great many new members are and say they want for a nominee a men who can a man who can draw the necessity vote from the oppo There were about six candidates before but it has now narrowed down to three and the action of the caucus to morrow as tojthe policy to be pursued will no doubt have great influence in turning the speakerehip In democratic circles this is not much of a question but one has been brought out prominently and be wiU very likely be the The contest for the republican nomin ation for clerk of the house took a new throwing their money It that all of this nature are subject to an import duty in and the authorities there are determined to put an end to the practice ofsending them in registered packages through the They are gathered into a storage room Sit apart as a receptacle for such w fast as they and when a suffi cient quantity has been piled up they are placed under a huge pounding machine and the whole collection pounded into The postal authorities are anx ious that the good people of the Low lands who have cast their lot in Muntry should not continue to send goods and jewelry to be treated in iis heathenish andnotices to hat effect win be published in a day or BAILBOAD TZMPKSANCJt The White the teacher WM ring UK ichoolhouse to can the chfldred to school tor the afternoon belfry rtriMng the girl a glancing blow on the head caunnga scalp wound about three inches in length and severe concussion of the She unconscious about three but now doing well u could be A 8ABT DXATH sai Turlington and Quincy Railroad com issued circulars containing a tew temperance Men known o be in the habit of becoming intoxi cated wiU not be taken into the employ of the Station train aa engine men and telegraph operators who visit drinking places must cease frequenting them or be Dis charge for a second offense of drunken ness is made obligatory on superintend ents and master No person discharged for drunkenness can be again employed without the consent of the general DESPERATE STBDSSLE OF DROWSfflBKJ ni A soiina Each Attempts to Reach the Exit First and All are Overwhelmed by the WatersA Pitiful the divers engaged in the work of rescuing the of theunfortunatevictimi of 81TOB Dy 1WBJ ttQ Mgafs caisson had sue1 who were opposed to renewing I ceeded in making an entrance into In view of the startling nature of this testimonv it in nentleMl faneenjoe In Ceuoetlen Witt Beaten Bahv Tnn sensational facts have been developed at the hearing of the case of Evelyn who keeps a lying in hospital baby farm in A license is required to keep a lyingin and the testi CASE OF HIS DEATH THE GUWI 8flES TO HIS ELDEST beted and tato fired and they more excited MY arrived on the OflnBfcBfcsS they must keep quiet not Itiu peace or they would 1 Wawntava it sincere M WVfjBMt I it ie tincem Important Meeting of the Spanish he not happened OB the i inet ABguatafe Jfdidlttere would have bean ome of Si BaBwred a Moodiert riote ever tern ia General Foreign dismantled caisson at an early hour this a pitiful sight met their From the appearance and position of the bodies about the small door through which entrance and exit was made to the it was evident that A TEBBIBUC DKATH STRUGGLE had taken One of the negroes had succeeded in pulling himself partly the but just as life seemed within his grasp death overtook Around this corpses waist were arms of another negro who o WA testimony it difficult to understand why the not arrested months Ab bott appeared before the board of health asking that her license be re there is no considerable change in the condition of the king are some that indicate a alight He slept in the morning but was again feverish in the Alfonso king of is the posthumous son of Alfonso Hewas born May and is therefore three hundred She was dressed in a thick black which she did not He king on ears and ten The bill is pending in congress to make the podtion a salaried UNCLE BAM MUST STAND THE The subcommittee of the Silcott in vestigating committee has reported to the full committee that the aergeantat arms is the disbursing officer of the and that therefore the loss en tailed by Silcotts embezzlement should fall on the A bill has been prepared by the committee reappropriat ing the amount of money stolen by Sil IOWA niundfi will rise and say that they are not legal because according to the con Hlitution of Ohio a man to be a United Stales senator must be an inhabitant of tlio Brice will claim that he is an bul a man cant be an inhab itant of two and by way of reply Henutor Edmunds will pick up Brices indorsements on the New York aqueduct When he filmed them he swore tlml hn WHB an inhabitant of New He has not changed his place of habita tion since Such a point will and Brice may have serious difficulty in hold ing bis oven if he secures He ban no right to il and he should not have it is simply giving New York th roil WOBLIVB The Senate Committee Lleten to the of the Capital The senate committee on the exposition heard the arguments today in fayor of Wash ington as the site for the worlds fair in Secretary Anderson of the board of promotion presented a statement show ing that the board had received assur ances of cooperation from fortysix governors of states and He pointed out on a map a number of avail able sites within the city and showed that on occasions of great national interest this city had been able to provide accommadations and means of traasportation for He urged that the exposition buildings could be used afterward by the and thus a saving will be Other speakers urged the various attractions of the The discussion of the worlds fair bill by the house committee on foreign af fairs resulted in bringing forward a pro position it is may aid in the selection of the site for the fair by the The committee has already decided that it will report a leaving blank the name of the city where the fair will be But it is feared that if it goes into the house in that and without some arrangement in advance to govern the method of selection of a no agreement can ever be arrived IOWA Btlle Introduced In the Honeo Tmr tliulnc lowme Gear of Iowa introduced in the house Tuesday a bill providing that so much of the Iowa river within the state of Iowa as liis south of Wapello to the mouth of that river shall not be deemed a navigable river or publi and that dams and bridges may be constructed across Gear also introduced a bill regu late immigration which prohibits aliens from being admitted into the United pauoers public have been The following Iowa pensions have been granted Original Muscatine Lewis Manchester Freden Communia Benjamin DBS Moines John David Prescott William Ainsworth John Han Increase Abraham Center Point Eugene Mount Davis City John Marble Block Isaac Orig inal etc mother of John BKNATOB FABWKLL Senator Farwell is reported to be in poor health and though able to attend to his work his friends think he should take a EX OOVEBNOH OBDWAY ExGovernor Ordway of North is ill with la grippe at his daughters house in this It is ex pected that he win return home as soon as possible to file a refutation of the charges of bribery made against him by Senator THE PRESIDENTB The presidents visitors this morning included the entire Chicago worlds fair delegation headed by Senator Farwell and Mayor SOKTH DAKOTA Strict Boonomy the Spirit of the anth Per Diem QneeUosu line with the suggestions for economy made by the an attempt was made in the house to designate February 6 at the day of final but with out The bill establishing a school for deaf mutes at Devils Lake passed the A resolution was introduced in the sen ate instructing the president to sign vouchers for the per diem of members during the holiday but it was de feated and the question of the legality of collecting such pay was submitted to the attorney general for his The economists hold that such pay cannot be SOUTH DAKOTA The Attorney General Save They are All Liable 10 opinion of Attorney General given out in a circular is that all those who have sold liquor since the state was ad mitted are violators of the law and amen able to punishment as soon as penalties are provided by the Saloon keepers who are now in business are thus liable to arrest and imprisonment at any WILL BBKLKCT or a States if they be insane or liable to become or those who lecrauy convicted of a felony or other crimes involving moral turpi or who are anarch or persons trying to change OUT political economy or social system by forcible or who are af fected with any loathsome or contagious or who have entered into a con tract to perform labor or services for any company or corporation in the United States doing or who receives money with which to pay their or who have a promise or an un derstanding or an agreement to labor for any firm or corporation within the United Gear proposes to levy a tax of U upon each alien who im migrates to the United Representative of Tuesday introduced a bill for the protection of the lives of miners in Iiaoy also introduced a bill providing lhat in receiving and weighing in pension claims the commiscioner ji directed to receive the testimony of en listed men as of the rame credibility and of knowledge other who may testify in mch Lacy introduced a bill providing that hereafter the annual army regieter ahaji the of andirtiagniahed marksmen of the of introduced a biU authorisingthe treasmy to par O of tsC the x amount due him as the o andcigar to the the The Kotorione Onnrdinn to bo Bo talned Camp News says In all probability John Beggs will be reelected senior guardian of Camp Beggs may and may not be present but it is said that his reelection is Camp 30 members have held a caucus and decided that Beggs acquittal in the line of a verdict of not guilty for Camp 30 and that the suspicion that the murder was hatched in the notorious camp has been Therefore they have decided to elevate Beggs to his old I MWMAVJA evil 111 some quarters with Ackers is very and notwithstanding the lateness of his he stands a good show to win the The demo crats are counting on the independents voting with them as far as Monk or Roe are This seems but nothing definite is known as far as the balance are The demo cratic candidates for miner positions are anxious to have a compromise made and want their members to offer the republicans the speeker and the commit tee chairmanship and they taking the The republicans I have talked with have neither made or received any offers of a comprmise and if they follow the advice of the best political leaders of the they wfll not listen to any of the proposed measures j of agreement as to a division of Chairman of the democratic state central committee seems to be the person managing the affairs of that The affairs in reference to the secretary of the sanate is considerably and none of the four candidates will have a clean majority on the first The candidates for the position of warden of the Ft Madison penitentiary are all on the ground and working This fight is going to be very The general understanding seems to be that Governor Boies will be inaugurated next week Senator Hutchison arrived yesterday morning and was warmly greeted by re publicans who made the good fight and kept the Captain Washington of is a candidate for enrolling clerk of the Galland is an old soldier and a capable man and has received very favorable mention from the Ft Madison and Keokuk Fosters popularity with Iowa people was demonstrated every time her name was mentioned in the She made very haappy speeches both in the afternoon and in the CHUBCH DEDICATION A Fitting Ceremony lor the Opining of n Sew Flaee of beautiful new Universalist church in this city was formally dedicated The dedi catory service was preached by of editor of the Uni versalist A large number of persons were present from various parts of the The church is a beautiful brick costing about For Igle to reach the exit first Between John mm Ammwur I these two a white man lay grasping both Bill threat ened litigation to secure an injunction preventing the voting trustees of the Reading road from reelecting President Corbin was an absorbing topic of conver sation An attempt was made some time ago to dissolve the Reading voting and the courts were ap pealed The writ is still pending and it is not likely to te set tled for six monts or John Wanamaker who is a member of the board of Reading trustees filed this afternoon his answer to the bill in He says in substance inasmuch as the plaintiffs bill has raised the ques tion of the validity of the course of the voting he respectfuUy asks for instructions that hefhuay act intelligently and in accordance with the judgment of the court upon the questions at A Pereonal Ineolntlon Which Dancer from in this section of the state were invited by Superintendent Jacob Pfelch of the Erie Motor Car company to witness a test of personal alarmed at the fatalities in New York and studied day and night to arrest the danger lying in the over charged He fortified and taking hold of the buzz rods of the dyna mos in his bare which he had dipped in he then stepped upon a pile of wet dirt and received the full over five hundred the force used to operate about ten miles of To the surprise of every one the electricity did not ground and the superintendent felt no effects This invention is a secret to himself and upon which he will apply for a patent at The in sulation enables linemen and others to handle any wire with and is an absolute corpses and seemingly in the act of pushing back with his feet some straggler in the About these central figures were distributed in various positions other all exhib iting in their contorted lines the fierce struggle that must have taken The SUDDEN RUSH OP QUICKSAWr caused by the sinking of the ter will be the regular minister in The Frodlcal Sioux Walter late cashier for the Pinck ney Book and Stationery who left here a week ago short in his accounts several thousand has The matter has bee amicably and no prosecution will The boy is only seventeen years and was led into the company of fast women by older than His mother is a and his family connections are the best It is understood that a rich uncle made good the Hallrrad Railroad sur veyors are at worK near and a new railroad is talked Some think that it is to be the longwished for Nau Warsaw and Quincy ex At Warsaw the talk is that the Santa Fe is negotiating for the branch of the Peoria and Western between Warsaw and Hamilton for the purpose of extending the road to Nauvoo and 10 re markable and unique ordinance has been passed by the city It was sub stantially an ordinance for the building of a high fence around a certain saloon in known u the Blue to prevent access in any other war except the one front which faces the pub Isc the most prominent position of the Up to within a very short time ago one of the oonncilmen was bar tender of the above and for some time his services were dispensed with consequently the from his knowledge pf the private affairs of the will hurt their They act OB the etomach and boweto through the A BBW They epaedfly cure tad I and anreat free at WBJBBBJ Jane the ant victim of IBB ry after eBnwnw term in The board fc tooUBg art other laUlrllBlftBtteBJiulat BOgttflty Bnllwnr Companies DES the district court yesterday a suit of the railroad commissioners was filed against the Rock Island and the Cedar Rapids Northern railway companies to en force compliance with an order made by the commissioners upon the hearing of a complaint filed by the Davenport ship pers some A Brake t DBS a Minneapolis 8L Louis railway brake was killed at Britt vestorday while coupling It was his first trip on the road he having previously worked for the folks live in WIU Take of chairman of the democratic state central received pontive aasurance from Governorelect that he wfll be appointed state oil is the bert office in the and worth per A PLUCKY He Savee a Texae from the Hande or Road miles from south of on the road leading to Fischers two masked robbers held up the San Marcos One of the both of whom were on ordered the driver to stop with a revolver while his companion pro ceeded to The driver was forced to hand over a small amount of which he had on his But when the robber who had his pistol drawn on the driver turned his the driver suddenly laid whip to the hones and at the same time began firing on the A regular pistol duel Two bullets from the robbers penetrated the drivers but did no other Previous to the shooting one of the robbers began unhitching the horses and ordered the driver to hand out the mail His shot stopped thejo The driver s aved the mail and robbers escaped JIGGED A Boiton Beholare of n Boy and Canee a riot took plave in an East Boston and it ended in the flight of the The boys chased him through the streets and mobbed him with and The named Pf was recently appointed submaster of the Lyman The trouble started when the teacher flogged a little fellow named Billy Murphy for carrying eggs in his The eggs were intended for the That flogging aroused the other and the teacher was pelted with eggs until he ran from the Then the boys chased The teacher has left NKW YOBX IN THB The Uitnenal Death Bate Infiaenza NEW number of deaths during the twentyfour hours ending at noon today was Of these 56 deaths were doe to 21 to bronchitis and 30 to There was one death from influenza without complications and 18 from influenza com plicated with other principally so overwhelmed the bodies that but three of them could at that time be got ten The investigation that could be made under the circumstances shows that at least two more Hamilton Morris and Lewis also lost their making the total death list the resident engineer of the bridge was He ex pressed the opinion that some one WAS EVIDENTLY TO BLAME for not having the trap door in proper and also for the weakness of the which resulted in the The timekeeper on duty yesterday afternoon says There was nothing to be seen from the outside to indicate what had taken There was no and the first intimation that there was an accident was when the four men appeared at the top of the lock and shouted to the engineer to turn in more air to keep back the The engine was going at great speed and a great quantity of air was forced into the cais and we could see the millions of bubbles on the surface of the which indicated that the air was not be ing confined in the Robert reported last night as being among the and Lewis reported this morning as have made their Only one body had been recovered up to the other bodies in sight being wedged in the manhole so that they could not be re All efforts to recover the bodies in the bridge caisson by pumpkig in air have been given and in the morning it will be sent in by an excavation It is hoped then that the thirteen remain ing bodies can be taken and ifore through the hearing a black veil with leav figures over eye She testified that she took babies to board for so much per She would take any baby whose board was guaranteed and ask no She adopted babies for 125 then advertised for families who wished to adopt She charged people who wanted to adopt babies enough to pay her for her time and medical examiner for said that he would present though hardly admissable in a court of were nevertheless strongly against the petition in the day of with his mother The government has adopted special measures to prevent an outbreak in the event of the kings THE CABINET At the cabinet council at which Sagasta presided it was unanimously decided the ministry remain in office with unimpaired powers and in the event of the kings death the crown should pass immediately to eldest sister with Queen Christina as the con dition of Alfonso ia improving The Death NKW head of the wellknown firm of Gardner Phipps was stricken with apoplexy on Change Thursday and died slfcrtiy after being removed to his Amzi founder of Dodds ex died this died at Eljzibeths insane asylum today aged a highly respected pioneer died He came to Oregon with a vanguard of frontiersmen heded by Governor Lnne in RAGING Blvera in Indiana and Illlnole Over flowGreat Damiae Patoka river has risen at an alarming A track of country twenty miles long by three to four miles wide is The Jasper branch of the air line is overflowed between here and Hunting The planing saw stave mills and spoke the rail road two hotels and a large num ber of dwelling bouses are surrounded by re ports from points on Wabash and White rivers are that the water is still rising and spreading over the low lands at a rapid A large amount of corn has already been while a number of farmers have lost the greater portion of their The railroads in many places are People on Green river and its tributaries are also suffering heavy looses in tobacco and saw which have been swept away by the heavy rains of last week overflowed the Embarrass river and has flooded the In diana and Southern Illinois railroad for two No trains have passed here since Mocday EV THK Two Hnndrtd Chinese Faluns by a SAN of a great disaster at in north on November were brought yesterday by the steamer City of Over two hundred mostly woman and were killed by the collapse of a terrace wall on which they were A theatrical performance was beic given in the temple back of which a wall fifty feet supporting a and along the top of this wall were a large number of Without warning the wall suddenly gave and the whole mass of blocks of stone and concrete were hurled to the street under the charge of and from the autopsy it was shown that the child died of neglect and insufficient In the body of a child was made the subject of an and though there was no crim inal evidence against Abbott tha signs showed that the child had died of neglect and insufficient There was found in Franklin November the body of a child wrapped in calico and a Portland which bears Abbotf s This was a clear case of starvation and criminal neglect Dead bodies of thirteen con tinued have been found within a radious of threequarters of a mile from Abbotf s place and all have borne traces of From evidence on bodies he has the solid pre he that they were trace able to the premises of Abbott Another case was under the notice of the Ruxbury authorities at the present a medical testi fied that upon a call at Abbotf a the children had appeared to him to be pretty well But two of one perhaps eighteen months and the other over two were sitting on the each with one end of a small rope tied to the middle of its body and the other end tied to furniture on the other side of the This she said was be cause they got together and grabbed each of the visiting department for Oat door and Frank of the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to also The latter said that twelve dead babies had been carried out of the house in three He summoned Abbott to his and she frankly ad mitted She said the babies were brought there half and took cholera infantum and died inside of fortyeight To one of the board Abbott said she could not explain why the paper found on the dead body in Franklin park WOO tYlATa Tt am a A 1 was bott durig tionuall It was her all the Ab was con HZSTipting the witnesses with explanafjjps and She wanted in who adver cuted as shehad had no idea that her business was At the close of the hearing the board refused the to knowpjjfhy other women tised for adoption w Am lee NEW The supplies of ice in this town and witin reasonable reach is not sufficient to fill an ordinary winter demand for three The mild weather has increased the usual winter consumption fully forty per cent Plenty of old faahined zero weather within two weeks is all that can avert a genuine ice Boston is as bad ly off as New and some dealers there sent over here a days or two ago to see if New York had any reserves whice they might draw No ice two speak of has yet been cut in so the old crop is the only The icemen from the Hub went home discon A Qneer a discharged employe of the Illinois Cen tral sought revenge against the company by seizing one of the engine in the while the engineer had stepped aside a moment to order turning on the ran the en gine into and badly damaged some box The man waa today placed in his bond being which he could not The Body of Xmpreea Aacnetn in body of Em pressAugusta is lying in state in the Chapel of The chapel was opened to the public and a large number of persons moved past the taking a last look at the The will of the empress bequeaths the palaces at Ber lin and Badelsburg to Emperor To her the grand duchess of she gives the sum of four million and she leaves legacies to her servants and to a large number of charitable and religious PARNBLLS LJBBL libel suit of Parnell against the Times is one of the irat cases that will come before the Hil ary which commence next Sat The case win probably be heaid before the report of the Parnell commis sion is QUEEN VICTORIA HAS Queen Victoria continues to suffer se verely from which shows no signs of and she will therefore visit Hombnrg shortly for the benefit of the CLEOPATRAS TOXB A dispatch from the curator of the Mu seum of Egyptian Antiquities at Bonlak announces that the tomb in which Cleo patra was buried has been AH SBTTLBMENT NOT TO RECEIVE ENGLISH Portuguese government has forbidden the reception at near the mouth of the of all British dispatches in tended for England but not intended to pass through the Portuguese is semiofficiaUy stated that Lord Salisbury regards the reply of Senier Gomes as affording a basis for an amicable settlement of the pending INFLUENZA HAS influ enza has completely disappeared from this city and PASTBUBS when asked what hje considered the best rem edy for the remarked Let men and women both quit smoking to bacco and smoke camphor and they will probably escape the MINOR FOREIGN Norden a civil engineer and manager of the Maxim Nordenf elt Gun and Ammunition has been declared a bankrupt his liabilities amount to First Clarkson This means that become editor of the Chicago That would come about at BO dhr an open lecret for It is t bition and also the desire of the who now the V IrwinHuiskamp syndicate took piper away from Editor it merely a protracttve They did not desire to run the 80 soon their ownership MtabUahaaV the control of the paper into IBB of William Henry BUBBIBI of the Western AssociatedPrejeTawBiB Now Manager Smith and Clarkson are great personal i were at once makethe latter editor of the Clarkaona acceptance occaaione BO surprise amongthose near the bwinHuiakamp syndicate flnt pw chaaed the paper the Clarkson brothen were also Clark sons ambition ia very well Be has repeatedly said he would rather be editor of a Chicago paper than hold any office in the Thus Chicago gains another brilliant it gained Orator John Bunnells a few years beguB to te Tlam A DISASTKKHTg Several People Hnrt By Tnimac f occurred tonight at the Riverside miOa waste A section of the walla and roof fell burying a number of men engaged in throwing out Two whites and eight negroes were re covered from the ruins all more or lesa one will probobly Mnrner Their Cnrelieo children of Brayden were with malaria yesterday and the made pills out of the contents of a bottle which they supposed contained quinine and administered The children are now The bottle contained The West Indianapolis hominy were destroyed by fire In McLean and those counties adjoining many are losing hogs from The lose ie said to be already Contracts for the building of a new in sane hospital at were awarded Thursday It to be a threestory By the bursting of a cylinder head OB the steamer Ben Hur at West two men were fatally and ethers seriously At Philadelphia Thursday William Torrens shot Belle whith n he had had a lovers and killed Miss Carters wound probably It is stated that the seven great flour mills in Milwaukee have formed a c JUAA W JAavt AUklUOU bination involving a capital of and an annual output of a million and a half barrels of to fight the English syndicate A severe wind storm struck New York City Wednesday among other dried up the roof was lifted from a Ninth avenue street car and carried about twentyfive i Dutch bondholders of the was a col1 Kansas and Texas road oppose the Ol apse in the pig iron market here I cott plan of and in coa iwinflf tn HAllinir rtrrfnm owing to large selling despatch to the Tageblatt from Zanzibar says that Bani beri captured Lieutenant of Major Wissmans and two other German 10 returns issued jy the board of trade show that during the month of December the inrports in creased and exports increased as compared with the corres jonding month of A XAIB Befneed to Dlaeolvo nn Judge Bronx and farmers living hare were awiadeledoutof by New York green goods this morn ing totally destroyed tha coa tents of the BioeHmie mnaic Lost over by the the depeiteamt of ehepe Shepard rendered a decision this morning in the rait of the Chicago City Railway against the Weft Division Banway and refuted diatolve the injunction restraining to company from laying a cable on State street This derision rtff it impossible for Yerkes to complete his downtown loop for the West Bide Love thyleijthbor as and when yon see one with a bad cough advise him to buy a bottle of Bulls Coach Price 25 cenU a There if nothing in the world which wiU give prompter relief to aQ from neuralgia than Balvatiaa Price onrj 85 cento a O Farfah WM hanced here today for am i own Be died aadkwmal ehfl nbttuc OB thecel DtTTTOS Onee Tamone Mldgete Dentine in an Dolly as she was known the country is the once famous has been interred privately in tha family lot at Alice M Swain her married and was a Bitive of She lived for some tims in the famous wayside inn near that Twentyone years ago she retired from public after having been exibited in nearly all the states of the For eleven yean she has been an inmate of the Worcester insane and that institution she died on Monday last Her weight was but fifteen pounds and her height but twentnine She leaves a mother and who reside at CHOKBO TO woman named Jane found in her yes terday afternoon so badly aawnlted and choked with a rope that she died a few an old maid who lived alone and was thought to hare had The police have Bot yet found the of the druuBg w Kaffolding at the lacy attar BOOB to4ay the Fannie Keener Will Not not die Miss from the vr eiTacts of the pistol shot wounds inflicted by iier negro It is claimed Miss Keener has been unjustly accusedin this connection and that the negro did shooting out of revenge for being discharged from the family which had been caused by the young Change of monthly ir hot are cured by Miles Free samples at Wines drme store grand jury today returned fourteen bills of indict ment against David presi dent of the Taxing district of and the charging them with embezzlement and larceny of fines and forfeitures collected in the po lice court from to Octo Every one who haa used it Bulls Baby Syrup the beat remedy know for the of early child It contains no Luador ia an invaluable remedy for and alj bilious All druggist sett it at 25 cents a nuDv The sec I rotary of state iained today to tie Macomb Hectic Light and Com at Macomb to furnish heat capital ineor Cum and Loan mwff w a David ia How n BnltlMoreWonannKnoeBeOat Two and real collectors of this city win be carefnl in the future how they tackle the plump and pretty wife of John She demonstrated to two of them yester day that is as clever with her she is with her Hec husband was in arrears for and the property agent placed the matter in the of Wee and William a large muscularlooking after engaging a couple of furniture proceeded to the houae to take possession of the They began to talk soothingly to the buxom who began rolling up her sleeves and displaying a uair of shapely When Constable ordered the negroes to remove the parlor furni ture Fink Ho you and like an angry she leaped at the She poliihed him in a lively planting her flats in his and on his and scratching his cheeks The man did beet to defend but he no match for fair opponent she changed her fignres and sailed through the and nearly clipped off ear of one of the Constable think ing comrade getting the wont of the came to and seized Fink by the gave the teamster an opportunity to get m and four a table and a hatrack were spirited while Fink struggling junction with the English wiU send a representative to this country to effect a harmonious Joseph a Polish nobleman by who had suffered ten yean exile in and had been in this country five committed suicide Thnnday at New He gashed with a and speedily bled to At the annual meeting of the Association of Shorthorn which closed Thursday at Charles of elected and of vice president of the Raleigh money been sued for by Elma E of that who the defendant with having committed assault upon her while she was in hb vl a young lawyer and escape of were Fink from the She Mixed hat grasp in her teeth the brim and them began to demolish coat Just thn Fink walked in and indignantly de manded this release of which was As WM at liberty toBMd a pi the It warn a nifleentahot brought down beth husband and did not wait to explain The Quincy Herald says Coaaider able uneasiness felt amoagft thaw who own of any M the sudden fall of Tuesday night moat of the boats in the bay hard agrooBd aad without much chance of getting MBM of the large crafts The on was hard aground yesterday ing in fact the boat waa toppled over Later in the day a large of men were put at work andbr of men were put at work had the big boat but not uatH had been pulled out very near the easier of the The Gem City ialyimirom her side hard in the mud and with possible chance of relieving her until water The 8t Put to not such bad straightas the she stuck hard and fait in lem yet from fhe liceatatl rant for bBtfled to the Northweelmm po 1 where they swore outs war arrest of a charge of antaultaad J settled several TBBBJ are the only of the larger that are in a pcef indeed for if are allowed to lay half out of are bound to warp and on the nun may ilhahhi boat I would tti upon yonr the1 wgfving and injury your eoi and forget that have filled j whapering to you please aay that all dayMBOoLaBdi   

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