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   Burlington Hawk-Eye (Newspaper) - February 8, 1890, Burlington, Iowa                                THE BURLINGTON ESTABLISHED SEVEN EirPA MEKBEES ADDED TO THE CONFERENCE Every One Sow Eager tor a Settle ment of the the Democrats are Willing to Hie THE HAWK CAPITOL v DES i At the opening of this mornings ses sion in the house nine pairs were an these steering committee they expect to vwy doae on every bill np on the subjects men HOT OBDBB THK TRACK TOBK THE BDBLHSTOH BEHJGE BILL PASSES JMce ZxpleUw Hie veto the ttasMeeau Feb Love yester day nude the following called put by newspaper contents on his sction in ordering the sale of the Ft Madison and Northwestern narrow It is alleged in certain newspapers that in again refusing to confirm the sale toe judge made the threat That unless those interested in the property should bid something near its value hewould order the road abandoned and the track torn up and sold for old simple truth of the matter is this The I is concerned was enacted in THEHOUSE t A Lively Session ef the Ballot Box Forgery bTestigaring Committee North Dakota Lottery Special to THB very import ant bit of legislation so far as Burling ness then it w utt of signatures of SATURDAY FEBRUARY WH men congress or one inpposed Governor bntw uB whoto had now come to the conclusion that added kMw resulting 41 to the house After the adjournment both republicans and democrats aeld secret and discussed quite fully propositions and compromises which might be made to the other No definite action as to any agreement was The con ference committees in creased to seven the part of the Town seed acd McFariand to tbo old nonaisted of were added which Lewis had and old On the part of the democrats was Dayton and Woode to which was Ware and This makes very strong conference committee on both and any agreement they ar rive at will no doubt be accepted by the party Xo proposition has in fact been submitted to cither but tho division giving the republicans the first assistant sergeantal engrossing clerk and a fair division of the minor ofliees and giving the dem ocrats chief second assistant door keeper and enrolling clerk with the above equal division of minor position iB thought to be the one which in all probability will be As to the commission the democrats seem to take the first choice of ono and let too republicans then and alternate in this manner until all com mission are They how not say just exactly how they wish carried and prefer to confer who locally interested in the oontinued operation of the said that the iron as old iron was worth more than the that the court must sell the rosd and that it could see no power in any court in ordering a sale to prevent the purchaser from dis mantling the road and selling the iron which might prove a serious injury to the parties locally The suggestion was made because the former de cisions in refusing the order asked by the receiver had been to the effect that the purchaser would be prevented by judicial process from re moving aid selling the The court never dreamed of making the threat that it would order the road to be aban doned and the track torn up and sold for old The absurdity of such a thing is 10 manifest that it seems idle to notice Special business court State appealed furlhcr on the The republicans are anxiously seeking some solution of the difficulty which will be fair to the themselves and to the interests of the people at while bsck them in their wil be glad to BOO the organization of the house and un early getting down to regular buiiinus of the The democrats seem rather willing to concede the repub licans the purmanent but intend to get BR iarge a elice of the bal anon of tbo positions as There in a feeling that the democrats not anxious to break the deadlock until as that would delay the of Allison another and Bonitare utill foolish enough to believe this delay uiifrht crystalize into some op Iiuiiticm to Allison This is but the re of Lehmans in the republican caucus this after toon but two members were absent Tho juontios of prohibition and the partyii Btnnd on that question was pretty thoroughly discussed It was found that the muffiberK wcra a unit against any re pea of me and it is known that the nt members occupy the same po appeae from Wspello county affirmed Becker Keoknk water works from the Keokuk superior court af Independent Dis trict of Des appellant from Monona county Estate of Albert from Tama county Bur lington Wire Mattress company from Des Meines Nordby Clough Co from Wood bury State Cald appellant from Harrison county A Terrible Special to Tarn Das A fatal and ter rible accident happened at Polk City at a brakeman on the was run over by a waycar attached to a freight train and had his right leg almost taken off at the his bowels torn open and his left leg badly He soon died at Cottage Those who saw the accident say Whalen slipped while try ing to get from a box car to the caboose and fell between and that one pair of trucks ran over It was the passage of the bill extending for two years the time for beginning and finishing the construc tion of a bridge over the Mississippi at that point The bill was framed by Congressman Gear of and intro duced in the senate where on a motion of Senator Allison it was unanimously The bill was taken up by the house today and on a motion by Gear was passed with a The As the journal clerk had been busy preparing the new code of rules for pub lication the journal of yesterdays pro ceedings was not ready for presentation to the house but would be There fore the usual contest over the approval of the Journal did not take The bill increasing the pension of Gen eral Duryea to 100 per month was denied knowing anything about the or forged paper before In the course of remarks he said he wished to mske answer to a question asked by whether there was any trie uon between himself and Governor For it to be under stood they were on terms of affectionate endearment during the They had crossed each sad were not on such sffectionate terms as to be in con stant As to the Chi cago that was a matter be tween Senator Sherman and Governor This evidently angered who exclaimed So far as the Chicago con vention is I am prepared to NffPiiTJE IK APPlim IOTAL1ST COUP IT BUT AIKIPEDBYIHEDOIE Bui Prompt Action by theFreaeh eamemt Defeats the SehemeTfce Tonag Dake in Derided action of the government today nipped in the bud what was apparently intended to be a royalist coup d modeled after Louis Napoleons mad descent upon and the only consequence is that the Dnke of the eldest son of the count of is tonight in cos The duke arrived in Paris to bearing a letter written and signed by Count de announcing to the faithful and to all others the counts ab descended from the Emperor of Mexico of that is General formttiy minister of has baen ap pointed to succeed Salamanca as captain general of The senate bill was paused authorizing the construction of a bridge across the Missouri river between Douglass or Sarpy county Nebraska and Pottawattomie county On motion of of the sen ate bill was passed extending for two years the time within which a bridge across the Mississippi river at Burling previously authorized may be Pending action on the bill appropriat ing twentyfive thousand dollars for a monument for General Knoz at Thomas anybody may with the aid of a few letters I 1 dont pro pose to be aspersed here or anywhere else about I have heard all I want to hear of here and in By the best man in the republican party in the Chicago convention I can re fute any aspersions any man can and I have heard this thing for the last time without resenting I owe no apology to anybody except my in that I have not more actively de fended myself sgainst such The chairman restored good humor by remarking that he hoped Chicago would not be mentioned again except in con nection with the worlds TJNLUCKY beat Mace ma boxing match for Mace was badly The match was fought in four rounds antes Mace did well but lacked the nimbleness of his op ponent He broke the little finger of his left hand in the first Both hit very hard though no blood was SIDDBIEMIQ HI THE Tklrtr Teue of Kvll About Hovera THJt Ktlone at 10 tc THE Dies The conference committee of the two parties in the house did not get as far as expected this Thiy came together and ex Riiunged piuions but did not even make a or a formal agreement to the The republicans did uo even hold a caucus yesterday but woro expecting one to be called before tho HiSKion of It seems to be a dilliciiit matter for the two sides to get more so than it was for tern porury and fears areenter uiuoil that this week will close without flcoing the deadlock The spirit of the two contests is quite During the flght on temporary organiza tion there was a great deal of life and ac tivity in the brilliant sallies from both sides and sharp fighting on the floor Then the a debate came of tlw houee when anything wore exceedingly attractive and in It wad a pleasure to be hew and witness the political warfure Dur ing the permanent organization struggle there has been but one session which bore anything like a resemblance to the former and this ended in a much tamer In this later con test twe two parties seem to have settled down with a grim determination to stub bornly resist all advances of the other side unless those advances were of a con ceding As a consequence the sessions have been of a monoton yet earnest such as showed a spirit of never But all are glad to see some prospects of the end ap for when negotiations once be gin it does not take long to fix up such matters Secretary of the has the hearty thanks of all the frequenters of tho senate chamber for the removal of the tremendous yellow cards from the railing of tho secretarys They certainly were not and the experiment showed they were not at all Senator Schmidt received this morning a suggestion as to breaking the deadlock which might be a good one if A constituent writing said simply Why dont you send for Sneaker Beed Schmidt is receiving the commendation of all tho newspaper men because of his bill for their There are not many members of the assembly who Liberty Correspondence of THB WEST influenza is loosing its grip on our Several deaths here resulted indirectly from Our physicians say that they find all manner of complications following it The Order of Hibernians held a masquerade ball last King have disBolved King con tinuing the A Bull Special to THI case of the Madison Lumber company the Chi Burlington and Quincy Railroad company in which the former sued for caused by fire in their property from locomotive was decided in the United States court in favor of the The case will be carried to the United States supreme court in case a new trial is not the house adjourned until CeawrwrtoBBl Randall was declared much better this morning than he has been for The house committee on elections this morning heard the arguments in the BowenBnchanan contest from the ninth Virginia district BBI MMtlBg of Special to THI HAirkBr DES Feb eleventh annual meeting of the Iowa State Phar macutical association will be held at Des commencing February 12 at ten The meeting will be one of great importance and Among the matters to be considered will be the present pharmacy law and its relation to the prohibitory PlMtunt Oratorical Special to TEB Great prepara tions are being made by the students for attendi ag the oratorical contest at Pleasant There have been one hundred and thirty names handed in of those who desire and the number will increase no considerably by the time of the for B OBNOXIOUS JUABASTINK Secretary Rusk recently made an urgent through Secretary against the imposition by the Mexican government of irksome quaran tine regulations in regard to American Today a telegram was received from United States Minister Ryan stat ing that the government of Mexico will issue orders discontinuing the obnoxious Secretary Rusk is much gratified at the removal of this restriction and re gards it as being possibly the forerunner of a more liberal policy in regard to American meat products on the part of other foreign a change of pol icy which he thinks would be facilitated should congress confer upon him full powers in the matter of meat NKW LAND OFFICXS LOCATED The location for the new land offices to be established for the territory recently acquired from the Sioux has been decided The office for the northern district will be Pierre and the southern district Lauds lying south of the fortythird paralel of latitude will be annexed to the Nebraska It is understood to be the present intention of the president to issue a proclamation opening the ac quired territory next NOBTH DAKOTAS The of Purage Becelved death of Secretary Elaines directs attention anew to the unlucky house in which the Blaines The house is the old Seward and in it Elaine has met his keenest personal There were fears of calamity overtaking him or his family when it was announced that he had leased the old and superstitious and was heard among all who knew the history of the Had it been a haunted had ghosts been seen there in there could not have been more Some folks there who be lieved that the luck of Elaine would off set and the second Wednesday of last the family of the secretary of state gave a reception to their hosts of friends and the rooms were filled with a fortune favored throng the protestants against superstitution de clared that the if ever there were was Yet within a week the eldest son of the Walker fell sick and That made talk about the and people said it was an unlucky Now Elaines is and once more the story of calamity is manifesto He also had addressed to with the him a people of and according to the theory of the a pre tender is always king and therefore in virtue of abdication the rights and titles descend to his son the young gentleman now in the hands of the au Louis Duke d This gentleman is therefore not merely one of the many vagrant but an actual pretender to the throne in virtue of his claim an heir of the old bourbon His coming into the country in violation of the law banishing all of reigning escapade if fact that he heads and direct heirs families is a it stands rash The was equipped with an appeal to the nation shows his intention and may make the escapade serious for If it should be developed that this movement is made in virtue of an under taking with partisans of monarchy in France it may be more than mere viola tion of the law of There is some reason to believe that this move ment is made in concert with more de termined opponents of the as would care to oppose the The session of the senate this morning was a very brief and tame The only thing of interest was the presenta tion by Mack of a communication from one of the defeated soldier for a position in the The letter was from R of He said his name had been connected with the resolutions presented in the senate several days ago by Senator Bol but that lie knew nothing of the mat ter until it was published in the He said he did not feel at all sore at hav ing been left in the race for the posi because he recognized that every man must take his chances in an affair of that and the senators who bad opposed him had only done their duty by friends and were not to be blamed for working in that The letter was a complete answer to the resolutions passed by democratic inspiration aad presented with democratic animosity After this presentation the senate ad journed over tiD next Tuesday after democratic eanatonheve already on ike matter of Special to DKS Judge Conrad sentenced John Palmer to two years hard in the penitentiary at Madison for burglarizing Petersons store on Bast Walnut between Fourth and Fifth streets two weeks THK ANABCHISTS A FBBOIU Cua to bo AcalB Xaku Before the United StatM The famous case which culminated in the hanging of the anarchists is to be taken before the United States supreme court for Lawyer Solomon of who has been identified with the case from the beginning has been working for a long time to get Fielden and Schwab out of the When he re turned to Chicago last night he carried with him an order from the chief justice of the supreme court to the supreme court of Illinois for the purpose of allow ing the case to again go before the court for The lawyers contention is that the prisoners were deprived of a constitutional right by not being per mitted to be present when the court passed sentence upon The case will come up for hearing at Washington during the October term of court States Attorney Longenecker in talking today 8aid Should the ewi onouia me United States supreme court find that the state supreme court erred in not having the prisoners present it wffl simply re mand the case to the state supreme court for The state supreme court will then have the prisoners brought be fore the bar while the case is When the review is completed the oonrt will confirm the sentence pronounced by But there is noVimmy United States supreme court in tediai that the state supreme court whole thing is the most ridiculous move I ever heard news of the passage by one branch of the North Da kota legislature of a bill chartering and legalizing a lottery has attracted much at tention in official circles in view espe cially of the telegraphic advices that the action is in behalf of a branch of the Louisiana Lottery against which the postoffice department and the department of justice has been waging R contest for many At the White House it is intimated that reports have reached the president that persons who have been appointed to office or were candidates for appointments were promoting this legislation and it was added should this prove to be the it is likely to prove fatal to A further remark was to the effect that it was not believed possible the new state would adopt a measure that would put so indelible a stain upon its Postmaster General Wanamaker said As postmaster I cannot be in terviewed upon the subject to express my regret that the mails or any machin ery of the government should be used to any extent in any part of the country for the furtherance of lottery schemes but as a I am free to say it is the cause for great alarm when a new state proposes to spread this evil over a new country end extend a species of gambling that ruin the young and de lude the ignorant for the enrichment of a few unscrupulous If this kind of legislation is to be a congress must be invoked to enact laws suppress this iniqnitious business I was astonished beyond said Attorney General Mffler this after I had hoped aad believed the day for chartering lotteries had gone That the Louisiana state for in is a public I is gen erally And I as little expected the legislature of North Dakota to sane tion a lottery as that the legislature of Tssachusetts would legalize there may be in the tale of but certain it is that if the house was in the real estate market today it would be long before it got a The house stand on La fayette It was built before the and one of its earliest occupants was Secretary Upon his family the evil spirits of the house first visited their The secretarys son was a lieutenant in the and while his father was in the house his son was hanged to the yardarm of his ship for his alleged participation in a Then the Washington club hsd the place during President Buchanans administra The men about town belonged to the and Philip Barton the adventurous district attorney of the District of Columbia was one of the There had long been talk connecting him with the handsome wife of General then a represen tative in The Sickles house was on Lafayette and one Febru ary morning when the sun was shining a handkerchief was seen flattering from one of the windows in the house of Gen eral Young Key answered it and stepped buoyantiy up the who hsd seen the caught him in front of the and in a mo ment Key lay on the walk wounded to It is only a few years since the tree against which he fell was cut Secretay Seward next occupied the April while he lay ill in a man came to the house saying he had been ordered to fetch some medicine and deliver it in person to This was denied but the stranger knocked down Frederick Seward and a rushed into the secretarys room and tried to kill him with a He was but he escaped and rode off on his which had been standing in the street His name was Lewis and after a while he was caught and put to The war de fearing that other attempts might be made to assassinate ordered that a sentry patrol be fore the house night and This was for four years wss even though for a long part of that time the Sewards were not Next the mansion was taken by Secre tary He had not been there long before his wife That ended the occupancy of the house as a resi The government rented it and used it for the commissarygenerals of When the commissarygenerals stsff was moved to the new building of the war department the house was left and no one dared to face the evfl fates by taking it until Elaine leased He tore down the partitions that made rooms where the Seward siBassina the the tne duke house of present police were but the facts on Ihe repaired immediately to of the duke of head of a family that has always adhered with un compromising heroism to the old mon In that house the young gentleman was king of France in On the day February the duke of Or leans attained the age of The abdication of his the mani festo and movement were all apparently planned with regard to that date and in order to electrify France with a demon stration that the fortunes of the mon archy were now in new hands that the crown now belonged on the head of a prex who would dare some thing for it and not fold his hands in a quiet corner like another But the government was not caught It was promptly informed of the pres ence of the duke in Paris and hts where It has not yet been developed how much more may be known to the tne Burfwe duke was in France in violation of the law made purposely for excluding his father and himself as enemies to the This law has been remitted only in favor of the Duke Therefore the Dake dOrleans was at once arrested at the house of the Duke de He was taken to the prefecture of where his ideality was fired beyond all doubt and where a proces verbal of his viola tion of the law was drawn He was then detained at the famous as the place of detention for royalty in In the afternoon he was ar raigned before the military authorities at the central In response to the inquiry as to the objects and purpose of his visit to he said hav ing attained his majority he had come to France to place himself at the disposal of the military This dash of audacity is regarded as a very happy stroke and is sure to make friends for him for a gallant French boy who wants to take his charges for conscription is a somewhat unusual and captivating figure to appear in daily Bat this did not touch the sensibilities of the hardhearted and M Kemaa ky now lecturing here on has given to the Associated Press a resume of a voluminous correspondence lately re ceived by him relating to the massacre of Russian administrative exiles at Yakutsk on April 3rd the occur rence of which has hitherto been stren uously denied by the Russian govern One of these letters written by a survivor of the affair is sixtyone pages in length and sets forth with great exact ness of detail every particular of the massacre and the events leading up to and immediately preceding and succeed ing Kennan declared the communi cations to be of the moit impartial char acter and even unimpassioned in tone and laid they were to be thoroughly re lied But he withheld the names of his correspondents as their publication would involve them in trouble with the Russian The story of Kennans correspondent agrees in many particulars with the account published in the London Times but gives in ad dition many additions hitherto un known and the language of the writer is at times most I consider this information received from said in so minute and circumstantial in every detail and knowing the reliability of its to be a complete and conclusive answer to the recent strenuous of the Rus sian government which were published in the New York Tribune two weeks William president of the great Howard association of England says that every effort will be made to ring this matter before the international prison congress which will meet in If the Russian government will permit it and is ready to meet the issue I will undertake to prove before this prison congress every charge that I have arrayed against it in my articles published in the or which have otherwise been brought forward by In substantiation of these charges I am prepared to bring my witnesses from Siberia and to defray the whole expense of such but I must fear that my challenge will be A HEAVY Hewee Dismantled IB Several Fenons KffledFafieas falls of Snow in Manitoba The Western FloeaV tag it hsd done if the etee ware actuated by malice and in tended to in jure the the Jury would be justified in finding a verdiet for the one that would be a punishment and Attention was called to the fact that when a comes out with a public he be to a certain a public char acter aad open to but soon returned with a verdict of no cause of thus defeatiac the BalL heavy snow Welcklna Over Three Hu4red cad Mary wife of John living about five miles southwest of was buried in our cemetary Block was the largest woman in souh ern She was six feet high and weighed three hundred and fifty pounds at the time of her Her cofHn was six feet in length at the bottom and six feet six inches at the It was twenty four inches wide on the bottom and twentysix inches wide at the top and seventeen inches The above measurements are in the clear on the in Hill following notice was posted on the door of the Lenox Hill Bank this morning To Depositors Your affairs are in sach shape that the bank will probably open Covell said this morning that he had in his possession J898 000 of cancelled Conrad Jordan was elected president of the Lenox bank this after Smith and Jordan took to the Lenox bank this afternoon to open Conrad of the Western Na tional was elected to the presi dency of the Lenox Hill bank this after The bank will be opened tomor row as r OBWejovj SHBnrtW and sleet storm began here this This is the first snow fan of the The wont storm in years has been raging throughout western Pennsylvania since noon today rain and wind has been playing In this city snow and slush blockaded many of the streets and stopped the street car while the telegraph and telephone lines are breaking down under the heavy weight of ice with which they an In the mountains the storm is raging with terrific aad reports are coming in of serious damage to At a large glass factory was demolished by The roof was blow off and two side win dows fell Charles general manager and one of the firm were instantly killed sad workmen were badly At Uniontown the roof was bloown off of the Methodist Episcopal pert of it alighting on the house of Ben crushing it in like an egg The tower of the it is is so badly shattered that it will have to be torn The roof of the large new building lately erected by the Pennsylvania construction com below was also blown Postmaster Bakers new house was nearly also James Fraaken berrvs and John Wronger s house was leveled to the The tele phone and electric light wires are all None of the cokeworks are run Red Stone was blown of Caftw captain general of the island of died last evening at nine From four oclock in the afternoon to the hoar of hw death he suffered from complete cessation of the functions of liver aad All the authorities of tte island were at the palace when he OTHXK Feb Saxton the oldest editor in died this aged He was an uncle of Congressman Charles a long time resident of the citf died last night He was the surgeoav during the of the First and was engaged in writing a history of the regiment at the time of his last ning at The coke office at Brownfleld down and the Warren Glsss works were The roof the Lu theran church was also blown At Dunbar the Knights of Labor hall was entirely blown A report from Leisenring says all the large shafts of the Frick Coke company are No fatalities so far reported in this Dispatches from and other points report se vere wind and snow but no ser ioui The snowfall is from six to ten inches in SNOW STOBM IS snow storm raged here this accom panied with a terrific The old National Locomotive works were blown down and a number of smaller buildings but no one was It is the worst mountain storm known in 09 A COTTBT HOB8B BLOWN se vere snow and wind storm is raging The roof of the court has been blown Mo a well known retired business man of this was found dead in hie bed this He had been suffer ing from la grippe for some time in con nection with heart which caused his sudden He was over fifty yean of age and has been a widower for about six Hhe leaves an only daughter and a brother and sister to mourn his Last evening at the death angel entered the home of and Pro fessor Williamson and took from them their only He was only sick one ua la re ceived here says a strike is in progress among the workmen on the Brierield Blockton and Birmingham i Bibb owing to tne em ployment of negroes by and numerous personal fights occurred between the whites and Late last night while a of whites wore passing througk the woods to their quarters they were fired on from ambush by a band of negroes concealed and two whites in stantly killed and three others seriously The negroes The are remote from sny and definite information is difficult to the the ordered minister of the that the duke THZ BAUXT BOX TMttfri house com mittee on the ballotbox forgery re sumed its investigation this morning by caning James who was chair man of the state executive committee in that after Governor 011889 He HOT BSSUTT xi hall speech and the publication of the forged he had called on Campbell aad they had received absolute proof of taefelsfoof the They celled upon 6 Campbell who denied eny knowledge of the original contract and edvised that a reward be offend for John of theCincinaati luinrwasncxt Ben spoke to himinW had aay relatkmt with John 8 noae named ia the forged pe Had aeter before today never employedlf attai while at Sa WTV euu uon had and with a lavish spending of money transformed the musty old office apartments and made them beautiful with the furnishings of a rich mans But the decorations have seemed more like these of a tomb and men want to know what wffl be next in the series of misfortunes that ap be held in Further disposition of the case depend upon whether it is discovered there was any plotfor a general royalist movement be hind this Everybody in remembers the royalists in France were at a given moment ready to rise but that Henry obstinately would not face the peril of placing himselyes at their The people are now asking themselves the question whether the young prince has now come into the land of his fathers in response to a similar This is the only view in which the case has a serious Aside from this it seems only a mad boyish Nobody just now is likely to be very fierce about the pranks of a boy who is related to all the royal families in and whose grand mother was of the house of Mecklen Dnke de Orleans lately resided at He left there in company with Duke de It is said none of his family were aware of his intention to enter France and the family is ignorant of any plans he may if he had any other than that alleged by himselft in THE fcOSDON MINX It le XkMcfet tke List at Win pear to come to those who inhabit historic WUI this aad a Isaac accompanied by and Robert his daughter and sonin law arrived home from Washington last Wednesday He wssathiso inthe Gsrfleld In answer to a question the possibility of Secretary Tr lag to private life because General ni plied Then is no pomflnlitr what Beraetery Treey wffl to work of remov ing the bodies of the miners who lost their lives by the explosion inthe colliery at Abersychan yesterday is carried on at rapidly as Already one hun dred and fiftyfive bodies have been taken From the pit and it it believed about thirty remain The list of those who lost their lives by the colliery explosion it constantly in One hundred and seventy bodies thus far have been taken fromUjjs pit and it is believed that the total num ber of persons killed will reoch TOBU0H Sot Oaw Of the people you meet frqm day to day has perfectly healthy The hereditary scrofulous taint afflicts the large majority of while many others acquire diseases from impure improper food and wrong Hence the imperative necessity for a re liable blood purifier like Hoods Sana which eradicates every and gives to the blood vitality and It cures salt and all other af fections caused by impurities or poison ous germs in the All that is asked for Hoods Sanaparilla is that it be given a fair worst snow itorm in Manitoba for many years has been raging for the past twenty The main streets of the city with drifts three feet The schools are closed and business is practically sus Trains from the west and south are all The wind it blowing a fearful but no fatalities are feared as the thermometer is MASON blizzard is raging west of A heavy now is falling and it is growing colder TRAVEL SATJK blizzard prevails hero and travel is being IB THB RBD HIVBB TALLBT blizzard of tonight seems from specials to the Pioneer Press to be confined chiefly to the Red River valley and is raging furious ly at Pembria and other points in that The wind was fifty miles an hour at Pembira and similar reports come from other SAN A fatal wounds of the latter are son may dispatch to La France from its correspondent at Obenk states that the instigated by the attacked a French caravan en route toHarrar aad massacred tbeper belonging to it AtASIVW retire from public Of he b greatly aad it wffl take a long time to bring kirn but he wffl persevere la fifes Hi knot onlysnfiering from mental bat the iaksjetion of smoke has effected kirn go on witk the work wkiekkehad begum m the aavy department he eoaldaot Then all kk 9f V naiiajuav atrmm James kave aMami ABSBIOOS the the British cruiser Berracoata wen Msmj 4M4Msmm testing bar boOen off Margaret today kwerBadar killing two men aad injuring Then was a col lapse b the pig iron market ken today owing to the temporary luepmwtiM of MSTWelHsa prosrtksat of the California Athletic John and Frank Ren free were chattering together in a sa loon this evening when the latter picked up a shotgun standing The gun was accidentally discharged and the full load entered Fergusons some few shots seeming to pass through Fergu sons body and intoFuldos The slight Fergu Everywhere you you are certain to hear of the wonderful virtues of Bulls Baby All druggists sell it at 25 cents a Oftentimes crabbedness of temper is induced by an unhealthy Laxa dor will bring sunshine by ptompt acton on this great Hew Oetuac Governor Hfll this afternoon sent a special message to the legislature urging it to pass the worlds fair bill at once and without amendment He called attention to the fact that de lay is seriously endangering the chances of New York before The worlds fair conference committe has failed to agree and has adjourned until Monday even ing for and tor Improve ment of the oomplajflon nothingequals amis AHewCewt HOBM The new court bouse in this city was burned this morn Several officials and clerks had a narrow The lots wfll reach Hoods Ssnapermaeurta catarrh by ex which is Give it a A Bevtom AceMms Baiuaaon The through mail train on the Baltimore and Pyle Ohio ran three miles this into it The a of flght at the Uniom Athletic in the south between George the colored baa and Cal concerning which there has been so much came off tonight ami proved a most stubborn There was a large attendance of sporta from all over the 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car went into the The smoking car followed half The engineer and fireman were badly burned but probab ly not fatally Bsggagemaster In gels was burned by a car A pas senger named John mastercar penter of the was injured internal ly and will Ho correct estimate of the damage done by the flood can be obtained until the river recedes within its Both biidgee across the river which were threatened for two days have stood the days have stood the pressure and are not thought to be out of The extent of the damage by the late rains to the Ore gon and California roaiload between here and one hundred and fifty miles north of cannot be estimated even approximately but it is very The railroad from Grants pan to w tne aiandaM Wi burg is reported one continuation withher o slides and the streams all over southern I Oregon are reported very A BOTH VUB THK BKaBKVATION A BBSMT ortmtmm Mewj for tonight granted exeditor Jamee X of the Chicago days ago to five years in the peniteml for fraudulently overissuing thefi of the Times J in granting the made an order admitting West to 1 pending a hearing davit for a writ of port was received this afternoon the proclamation Sioux ratidn had been issued and large numbers of prospective set tiers immediately left for the west side of the The dty it thrown into the wildest excitement The set were intercepted by In palling imparity from the ueeeaee of the l of the Baltimore has signed Out flelder who played last year with the Illinois to VesHe Bife the World ceasedproe ably by am electric light did age tf about this dien Agent Anderson and and they returned to the east side of the Major Anderson this evening that until definite and reliable information is be would exert effort to nawtiavtr sion by the For the last few days settlen hate beam atxMncfai The towaie now I U tor Hrthewtv NKW YOBX has handed down a decision i twenty indictments against Kerr and twentytwo Richmond for bribery in with granting of the Broadi franchise by the board of 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