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Burlington Hawk-Eye (Newspaper) - February 26, 1890, Burlington, Iowa aeoaeessioa to constitutions objections cf sosne sonthera Theprovisiaas of the original Adams lav is pnteredby naderthe minois of the Chicago people tat the it would tCficaponrfors the the Aaother de A the the other half of the La meet the of Ue Sm to ineet to of I and win probably hear oa representatives Bill CoaaidcmdThe Howe Seed OB Che Sabetttate SDwr BiUCaplUl Bilk were reported and BPBIJNGfON WEDNESDAY FEBBUABY 26 have the New York amoasr boUion and the issue of treasury notes in wffl OM their influence in ttesenate payment The bill directs the p tAe Chicago bill and do pnrshaseof boUion to the amount Biake the fair a suc nimi FilRBLIII iDZOli Folly Rflj Kitted Oat fcy tke Semttamg Watt Seems of Terrible Devastation the middle of the train was running at the rate of forty an and to reverse it oa the would have imperiled the train aad one hundred Althoochthe I poor fellow ctood agony and looked vleadngly at the t 1WM and fiftyJeet into rather than Pncm 15 CENTS ra Wi cf per month and of much i WASHUJOTON 8 SCHZMX gold bullion may be and issue Bational board of promotion of therefor cf treasury and repeals adopted resolutions tonight Beck said the report from the corporation into the bill of a provision financial committee was not unanimous international celebration at Wash IB the debate on the resolution offered ta yesterday by Chandler censuring Call for interpolating in the record a para graph that had not been that was unparliamentary and personally of hundredth at ment commission a Minivers America further detaihj of the Wal nut Grove dam dbaster arrived this Sheriff who went to the scene of writes as follows The scene of desolation along along the HasnyaniM below the sites of is For miles the vaters turned free by the breaking of the dams have filled the bed of the creek with rtSD AT Taw OM Caaavkeii Xavaa CM and with enormous and every other The following is tial list of the drowned kind of a par mission to formulate a planirrT Tbe plan is tal Olet one Joe miner George laborer Alex coach awn for Van Bnren name unknown he would arraign him before Ito remain as a memorial the senate and demand an and a history of tigation by the committee for making false He Call would con rf Mtiujbica Ana a xusiory or hemiephere a memorial and a statute viot the senator on evidence of his own ell the nations of the that he did hear and know that he Call had uttered on the floor of the senate substantially the whole of the charge contained in the He would not ask oensura by the senate of Chandler but would leave him to the judgment of the country for having heard his Calls remarks and having had neither courage nor mmhood to resent Sberaan declared the rules of the had just been violated by the senator from Florida in as gross a man ner w he had ever witnesst When the United States senate came to such a condition that cowardice could be ap plied to a senator and that a senator could be chargfld with stating a thing it seemed to him the senate was receding from its Call replied if he was not at liberty to state that the resolution was not true and that he can prove it and that the senator when he made the charge knew it was not then he could not under stand the rules of the But in the judgment of any senator it is im proper to use such language he would withdraw Chandler once more explained his reiolutiou and added The senator Cdll used language about me which I did not He wrote the language in the report accusing me of all the crimes in the And he has this charged me with being a coward for not replying to that which I aid not hear and which he wrote in the When the senate has decided which language it is parlia mentary to I will take occasion to defend myself from all There were reported and placed on the calendar two bills for public buildings in etvotko Cablaot dinner was given toaight at the Arlington hotel by Andrew Carnegie to the president and his cabinet and the delegates and officers international American un doubtedly the most elegant affair of the kind ever given in this The floral decorations were novel and unique them tulips and thus being thousands of col lected in New Savan nah and other southern cities as well as v in New York and The menue was en graved in fine script upon heaw bevelled blocks of papier and every arti WM in plain Eng laborer John BSlsbeo blacksmith Patrick Shay laborer Patrick laborer laborer laborer Frederick laborer Casper Tres laborer John engineer There were no formal Tfco South one at Deadwood and the other at Sioux Falls At two oclock the Blair educational bll was taken up as unfinished business and Coke addressed the senate in opposi tion to It clearly violated the consti and as a mere policy it was most unwise and It had con stantly declared in public until now indications gave good ground to hope for its The passage of the bill would be a slanderous imputation on every state in the It would be the first and irrevocable step in the trans fer of the jurisdiction of the common schools from the states to the national Stanford addressed the senate in advocacy of the It seemed Pvro rood BUI WItk Appro senate committee on agriculture and forestry today had under consideration the Faulkner pure food which estab lishes bureau in the agricultural de partaent with authority to inspect and analyse specimens of food and drugs and with power to eeiza and destroy articles deleterious to The gentlemen before the house committee on agricul ture last week when tbe Conger pure lard bill was under were present with the committee and all expressed their satisfaction with the Faulkner Several unimportant amendments to the bill were proposed Vll ni Alex engineer laborer L and child George and eight Besides these men tioned some twelve or fifteen miners who were placer mining between the up per and lower with a number of ranchers along the stream are missing and when all cwnalties are ascertained the entoe loss will probably be between fifty and sixty A number of bodies have been many of which were found twenty aad thirty miles from the place where the flood overtook All remains are more or lets mutilated while in several cases only fragments have been recovered as the force of flood was Many bodies have been buried in tbe others torn to pieces and others carried far south The impetus of the stream of water when turned loose can hardly be ap preciated without going over the ground covered by Those who saw it say it came down almost in a perpendicular wall ninety or a hundred feet high and apparently crushed down instead of sweeping away every thing before An immense body of water one and onehalf Kimball credited with having made a great strike for wealth under the wornoat topcoil of the old Campbell farm just south of this bat at present the people here cant teD whether the bo nanza is silver or and their anxiety will not be appeased until after certain Chicago have reported on a quantity of sent them last Kimball recently purchased the Campbell farm of one hundred and flf ty eevea for and immediately begin prospecting for He found but just what it is he refuses to bnt the popular belief is that silver in pavine quantities been Many years during Indian the land now known as the Campbell farm was sari to bench m precious and and in 1887 silver was discovered within the prison walls during the process of bonne for an artesian but the alleged nune was never Joliet ia and before the week is out there will be many people diguing holes in the ground searching for pay if MeettavOffiftn Graad Bcccyttai at the ExeeatlTe state con BOOB today with six hundred delegates present Among the prominent republi can politicians Of the state present are General John of Bloomington with the latest and art improved Mom its location end swat and wffl central of the 4 and then we wfll have the best city in BBVOTJ3CDI6 A largely at Meeting of corn mfflerilepre ntoB Missouri and Km1 M held today to consider the being pursued by the Pennwlra Baltimore and Ohio roadt in the of rates on com and con pro A resolution Utterly denouncing the companies for the position they are was intimated of dizcriminaiion TIE TEOHLE i WODIDB that the real reason WMbecauseof the large contracts for moving corn made by the which prevents them from equalizing the rates on corn and its direct A Foudrr to the A bill was filed in the superior court this morning byC to wind up the busi and the bill will be put intothipe by the subcommittee for action at the next meeting of the AN ORDER CONCERNTNO TRANSPORTATION OP The secretary of agriculture today issued an order to transportation compa nies in regard to the transportation of Texas directing that no cattle be transported from an infected area to BUT portion of the United except in accordance with certain which are to remain in force from the Jonn Mcl1 to the lst ot THE SUBSTITUTE glLVKll The principal feature of the silver bill to be reported by the senate committee to him for the several to proceed upon the S to assumed constitutionality then 2SL75 eCrtMT of the the important to be considered was whether national legislation was neces Illiteracy and also the fact that some states had not been able to meet the Federal became When edu cation became the universal race destruction would be It was intended the bill should benefit both sexes and he hoped under its provisions women would be educated ia different callings of lite suitable to their From edu cation grew morality and celigion in har mony with the always and beneficent The result would be to make humanity wiser and It was through education that possibilities were to be ascertained increase the purchase of silver bullion from two to four and onehalf millions per The requirement of the present law that the coinage of silver shall be at the rate of not less than a month is stricken The secretary is also authorised to purchase gold bullion in unrestricted Upon this gold and silver bullion the secretary shall issue treasury notes of such denomina tionssji he shall see to be redeemable in lawful miles Equate aad sixty feet deep was emptied in an Immense boulders weighing tons were thrown around enormous trees broken in two or torn into shredn iron bars broken and twisted out of and an ordinary flat iron picked up and carried five miles and there embedded it the walls of a canyon eighty feet above the present level of the A large safe con taining was swept away and no trace has been found of The flood struck the lower dam at 150 and five minutes later the headquarters five miles below were swept Several were at both points watching but notwithstanding this the number drowned at the first point was over thir and those who escaped did so with only what they had on their many onlv in their night The are in great destitution having neither or Many are using coarse grain sacks in lieu of Friday evening a cour ier was sent from the upper to the lower dam to warn the residents that the former structure was in danger of bnt owing to the the messenger lost his life in trying to cross the Hauayam pa within view of the survivors of the camp he had tried to Charles the courier who arrived here this afternoon from below Garden City Type alleges plaintiffs arecreditors of the type foundry for The de fendant company is unable to pay amount and is BRASS COLLARS AT Special to H train load of Kock Island brass collars spent some hours in this city They were in consultation with a corpse of sur veyors who have been working in this General of Carlinsville John A Mnnsvixu of Louisville Senator Craw1 ford and of Chicago I of the Joliet peni aad of the Cheater penitentiary Senator of TJr bana Clarence of Canton Canal Commissioner of Streator and The convention WM called to order by president of the in a short address in answer to which Governor Fifer de livered an of Com mittees on credentials and resolutions were appointed and an adjournment was taken to two oclock this afternoon when Judge Thurston of president of the national delivered averv lengthy The secretaries and other official were reelected bj acclamation The election of two delegatesatlarge to the national convention resulted in the selection of Senator of Ur and Captain of of and Ed vicinity some What ut to no one seems to The Rock Island now crosses the river at Rock Island and runs to Des It is possible they are desirous of tapping the territory covered by the leading jobbing city of the It has also been sug gested that the Rock Island is seeking to gain control of the Paul and Kansas and that their visit here may have some connection with this A BIO FATLUHB IN NEW Car a manufacturer of rubber failed to as sets THB COMING XBort BalBB Forth fey tke to Mako It a Special to THB DKS Boies arrived this morning and is quer ies impresses gives one the ouies arrived ims morning t tered at the Bo every one favorably and v m idea he will be glad when all the show and feather is over and he csn settle down to The democrats are straining every nerve in their tion and the only danger of ir pi failu repara ire lies in the fact that they may try to do too They generally discussed cold snap Both Wilson and Hamilton are at work on committees and find the task no easy vi i aact jsa ward a colored lawyer of Chi as The committee on resolutions reported the following which were read and adopted The campaign of 1890 ap and it is highly appropriate that the Republican League of Illinois should meat in convention for the pur pose of aligning the for the con and it is the function of the re publican league of this state and nation not to lay down platforms or dictate politics or policies But to consolidate and enthuse all element of the party for active work in the campaign and for ac cepting anfl carrying to Victory the nominations made by the national and state therefore ba it that this convention express its admiration for the achisvement of the republican party and its abiding faith in its triumphs in the future That we fully appreciate the grand work of the republican clubs of this state in the triumphs of the cam paign of 1888 which fully justifies the continuance and perfection of their or ganization and we confidently expect that the work in future to be even more active and effective than heretofore That we heartily indorse the nationaland state administration and the work of our senators and representatives in congress on behalf of the whole peo city is agog with excitement over the attempt this morning of three prominent local PWwaans of this city to rob the graves of Tom Johnson and who were buried in the new Albany cemetery Blackburn and Grant were arrested and placed in jaiL The third doctor fledand his identity is not A companying the doctors was shot dead as he started to A second colored man was Doctors Grant and Blackburn who were are prominent in medical and occupy high positions in the Kentucky School of The grand jury this aftemoan indicted them charges of grave robbery and con spiring to commit The penalties on these charges range from three to fourteen years The col lege f acuity engaged eminent coun sel to defend the The state will make a spirited effort to convict The negro boy killed in the fight was buried by the college Bob Attempts to Assaalt a Tens Sirl Sheots Cold Blood the Man Who Prts to Tan 25 JTevtns attempted to assault a young girl at a small station east of last night A Burlington and Qnincy section foreman named Frank when Wevens drew volver and shot him dead Hewaacap tureda mile east of town an hour later aad lodged in the Clark county jaiL Strong talk of lynching was indulged in prior to his The shot took effect in the leftireast of deceased and penetrated the heart and through the The prisoner went immediately to Ojceola and gave himself and this morning held to answer by Justice Trent for The matter will come before the April whiehhadaot required till the bid of oHUOMT bid not President of the lowaTamJ said that the road bad bought in the interest of hie t It was their intention to maker U standard and it would He would state bat wu the sale wa confirmed Ft 1 would receive a and i aad Attorney of that the sale of tha road thief wni be conflrmed by Judge Lovev this prove to be a f ML w enjoy the benefits of an excellent The base meeting at Aurora waa atteadeav by representatives from Aurora and a league was The salary limit was fixed at 1700 a month and that aar waa to be punished withV heavy no Sunday games be allowed that visitingSubs er The president today sent to the senate thefollowing nominations Harold vi a and he wes strongly in favnr of the passage liesgan then obtained the floor to speak against tbe On motion of of the house amendments to the senate bill to amend the act for a bridge across the Mississippi river at was concurred After an executive cession the senate at reported that nine bodies have been discovered at Wickenburg and three above in addition to thote al ready The old historic Brill ranch with all other ranches along the nver have been entirely swept DAJCAOBD all connection with was cut but Apia Robert appraiser of merchandise at following Iowa and Illinois pensions have been granted MlMOurl Valier William ton Oscar QOMQUMOD Benjamin F ATOM P K rt w Orleinal widow of Junes Sulphur JUIM JUth to Uto eM orafrroneo 1 sw l The senate bill making Minneapolis a sub port of entry and was On motion of Butterworth the bill was passed authorizing the secretary of state to appoint two suitable persons to represent the United States at theinter aetioaal conference in reference to the protection of industrial to be held at April Che house in acommittee of the resumed the consideration of the Oklahoma Hooker moved to strike out the tot oaction of the home bill which a substitute to the senate bill fixing the boundaries so as to include the After a long discussion a taken on the motion remltinc 15 to Barnes raiaed the point of no The chair counted the bnt ooold find only present less than a A of the committee directed aad it dfecloMd the of two hundred which feet formally announced to the aad tha motion thende 11 In Iwndtng farther the ad Vlrrll k S w Moewqnt John Bock bridjre Jacob Woodhull JoMmh Boblnwn jjmeT CUOMO j ve John Bitterh tfh William Bnokm Ircq boro Spam Ludweli Ooiilf FooeUmiT lfo John Anne mother BttUmtn minors of James Bprtrfleld Kllwbetib widow of Dnlelk MexlcSn Bni Lemuel Oridzoil lanSS West FoStTjesiT Al Odoiro Benedict Veidre Joliet BeporM of BorloM or Water FroBB Varlou Potato storm of Monday night worked great destruc tion with telegraph and not a word of direct communication can be had with the Until eleven oclock tonight southern states at that time the Western Union succeed ed in getting a wire to It u impossible to ascertain anything about the damage done to either wire houses or the or even to tad out the area covered by the DAMAGE TO BAIlJKkAD damage was done to railroad property all over Indiana by heavy In this city and vicinity bridges were washed and cellars flooded in of the A Sentinel special from Brazil says the Bvansville and Terre bridge over the EU river is badly Franklin is practically cut off from rail road HEAHLT A storm here last night nearly reached the pro portion of a The new cotton express near the denot a brick mfll and the Northern Methodist church were completely wrecked aad many houses damaged were unrooted and tossed about like strawsIn the busi aem portion of the city not much dam age was done beyond tearing down signs and breakieg A severe wind aad rain itorm visited Memphis again morning bat beyond a general prostration of the wires BO serious dam was doae At Browisville That we heartily indorse the action of the members of the present house of representatives for breaking down that hoary falsehood which enables to be absent for legislation and present for and in adopting a code of rules which gives the majority the constitutional power to legislate and robs the democratic mem bers of their chief of ob that the republican party has heretofoie met boldly and squsrely all economic and that we com mend to the careful consideration of the approaching state conventions all the questions relating to agri taxation and and we express our unwavering faith in its wisdom and ability to meet tairly sll these living and important The convention adjourned at five originating I Fortytwo delegates were selected to Gouty Covrt Home M VANCOUVER this morning the court house and jail together with most of the county The building was valued at partly The cause of the flre is A KEOKUK FIRM TOBf A DssaoMtratloB tsi Favor of SJcirleo Political PriMonoro committee has ea appointed for the purpose of en deavoring to secure a mitigation of the severe treatment accorded to political prisoners in A demonsration is to be held in Hyde March in fsvor of the prisoners now in exile in Si AN ALLEGED is a great deal of agitation in parliamentary cir cles over the allegation made by Cham berlin in a letter to the that the Gladstone party made a bargain with the Parnell party to prejudice undenomina tional agreeing to abandon their opposition to Catholic schools for Irish support on other Morley and Bexton have been interviewed on the subject and deny acy such TO0NO LINCOLN VBKY Abraham Lincoln is very low He is now breathing very heavy ia great and has occasional Specialists who have seen him in are hopeless of his Nevertheless the wonderful power of recuperation he has hitherto shown is regarded as a point that may yet save COBBS a gave notice in the commons today that if Smiths asking the house to adopt the report of the Parnell commis sion with Lewis amendment censuring the is he would move a resolution declaring the house deplores that it appears at the time Parnell engaged in the treasonable con many members of the govern especially Salisbury and were in close alliance and treaty with those and therefore Salisbury and other members of the government deserve the severest ACCEPTED THS INVITATION and Bel gium have accepted the invitation of Germany to take part in a labor confer SKVENTY MURDBBBD BABIES COUNCIL Naal the accused slayer of and near South was brought up from Kansas City He has made a full confession of the part he took in the tragedy has been fully identified He denies all complicity in the murder except a guilty knowledge of the crime He says the deed was done by Joe Shel given a guarantee of 950 a ProV able members of the league are Rackforik Blgia end Illinois Wlv and Da a and Cedar Tha season wffl be Am SH1 more will be ad mitted atxthe next meeting CEDAR 85 John Bran aged of while hunting Monday accidentally discharged The charge struck him under the chin and ranged injuring him so that he cannot Crnkna la Ole while feeding a press close to town Saturday had his leg so badly mashed that it is now thought amputa tion a 18 and 17 the annual convention of the For eign Missionary society of the of the Baptist will be held in this There will probably be two hun dred delegates representing the great west Rcfaoml Maple pastor of the First Baptist has been offered the presidency of the Fe male Baptist College at Mo Maple refused the flittering he preferring the pastorate here to col lege Silver Xko Ovtrocon ot Old Moon ess Trial at toTai Today oe curred the trial of the two Ueil and who were indicted by the grand jury for committinif the dim bolical outrage on old lady Moore last week Eery body is indignant over the affair and wants them punished the full extent of the A petition 75 b OT8r flftT of tte bwt ladies of the city petitioning County At torney O Conner to procure assistant counsel so ai to convict themIt decided by the state to accept assistant and they will certainly gat the benefit of the w M and Matheney celebrated their twenty fifth or silver wedding anniversary at their home on between Fifteenth and last It was an enjoyable iu tj The report Correspondence ot high fall of snow came Saturday covering that ground to the depth of two inches A social dance was held at the resi dence of Call last even LOWM of Cedar coun bought of Frank TJnger of thto place a car load of fine cattle for feeding and shipped them to his place last Wed Parry Abbott was in the south part of the state last week over a farm which he is thinking of The Cerfar Rapids and Northern has been laying a new side walk from the depot west one It needed for some pub lished in a Des Moines paper that Stuart has sent a delegation to Chicago to pro test against the removal of the shops to Das Moines is Stuart feels per fectly safe on that from an overheated store in the Bizaar I tlle convention to be held in dry goods store this caused I on March several thousand Fnllv A Throateae to Kill HOT Beye Mulhearn on trial for the murder of Michael Breen had a narrow escape mans mother was in The dead court acting very nervously and while moving about a large revolver fell from her dress pocket A policeman seized it before she could re cover Breen became hysterical and declared she would kill her boys murderer If it was the last act of her She was taken away by her Tonight a public reception was ten dered the delegates and public at the executive mansion by Governor and assisted by state officers and their A UNION BseeMUo tfee ACOmsM western branch of the American Coyyright League was organised here to night at the residence of Potter Among the officers and council of the new league are presi dent Franklin Joseph Kirk Irnd and Professor David vice presidents Marshall Charles Geoage Potter Wert Cap tain Charles Mrs Henrotin and Mary Hartwell Beeolu tions were adopted endorsing the Chace Breckinridge copyright bill and urging upon congress the necessity for the im mediate passaRe of said bill C a quarrel lest eveaiag between B of the livery Jrm of and Freak aa employe of the Aurtia aeverely atabbed ia the shoul the cutting waiecci aiajrau BatohasoaaMlT ItSfOMflr I nllsr at Avtia tha BoweaMttatA of aay blame ia the aot badly hurt bat the lack of makes communication dinVsnlt pateh report that a terrible hur ries er part of aortheni Texas this The Masonic form ia house tha wrecked aad hloem Santa aome tweaty Hobody was haU the eourt depot buDdiaa kffledbut eviction of tenants on the land of the bankrupt Graff Bennett Iron waa pushed today in the driving and it rivaled the so often cabled from door of the twentyfive in Lit tle Limerick WM bat that of Lrnch first poshed opea aad she with seven small children were damped out on the wet ground with her rained household Most of were No serious trouble oe but were ominous growls from the gathering i Aaoptoa at City KANSAS conference of the Union labor party in which a ma jority of the of the national executive committee and a number of members of the party at large are taking began here Resolutions were adopted congratulating the partv upon its fight in the campaign of 1888 which was characterized by the most corrupt and shameless use of money by the democratic and republican parties ever witnessed in the United Although there has been a change ia the administration there has been no change in the policy calculated to relieve the agricultural and industrial Allegiance to the Union labor party hi reaffirmed and renewed efforts urged upon the reforms advocated in the plotfonn of 1888 relating to and the suppression of as all evils whicn now afflict the agricultural and industrial classes have their origin in these The of WheeL Farmers Al Farmers Mutual Benefit ASHO tad of Husbandry are invited to incorporate with the party in the of police now report that the bodies of seventy murdered babies have been found in a cellar in the house of a midwife at Sko THE RUSSIAN MINISTER Des at Washing the Russian inin been instructed to present the views of his government pending the Behring Sea negotiations at particularly touching the protection of seals during the breeding A NEW RULE IN TOE chamber of deputies today made a new rule for the government of its with par ticular reference to depu being called to declined to taketheir when otherwise referred insolently defy the command of the speaker so that the authority of the house as represented by the speaker it seldom unless actual force is appealed The trouble reached a cUmax in the recent revolt of the Ban who practically made a riot in the The new rule affixes alty for every refusal on the part of a member to obey the order of tne presi The penalty is that members shall be suspended during the thirtysixth ses sion of the This new rule was voted by 277 to Opwro H Special to Keokuk opera house waa leased last night to Dave Hughes for three the terms of the lease being M 500 payable in monthly Hughes waa the manager of the home for the first three years of its existence and made a decided success of this A Special to the DES 25 Fur a miner working in the south coon waa severely injured early this He waa preparing to make a blast when a large solid of slate caved down upon his legs were caught and pinned to the crushine them It to coeaFoais for l tiy of colored family living m Bwampoodle have been troubled for several nights by a noiso ia and around their house and in the The family had about concluded that devil had taken up his abode ia i house They told the thafc the place was haunted and that they could hear the devil crawling up the on the outside and slip in They also described the noise he made in thi Sunday the family gathered several of their immediate neighbors and made a searchfor his satanic They tore off several planks from the gablet end of the house where the goblin or devil had been heard to and imagine their surprise at finding a big fat coon asleep in the feathers of half a score of chickens and duckn which he had captured in that Coon soon had his hide and hie body was put in and eie this his coonship has disappeared from sight A Hew new Congregational church here was dedicated Sunday President of Iowa delivering the dedication There was an in debtedness cf about on the socie of which waa raiaed at the forenoon meeting and most of the anceatthe evening The la dies society ajBumed the The new edifice is a fine and commodious place of There is a large mem bership Ma THK SHADOW ramonl of Joooo Actor 1m How Trinity funeral services chapel this morning on tke bat ao fatalitias re AX ere A BorrlMo Special to Taa from Clayton are to the effect that a little col ored aged about atvea Juraed to her having taken fire from Before dying bar ton large quaa of burned flesh from grand jury today ftraad two against Cashier Tansaadt of the LeaaoxHfll IB coanectioa with tke beak VaBEandt been fa President Wailiek ataobeea ia dicted for Mscky of the Macky system of has appointed Gramman traffic manager of the entire system with head at Evansvflle George general general miperiatendenV with headquar at rB Forn Feb vesti bole dming can on the San California are tosiai about BBUU They have been ran on themtem oa account of the absence of eating now rumored that the eompaay wffl discontinue the can erect a large hotel at simi lar to at Hutch tod other on their linein Bad which are payiag It farther stated that the at tie foot of Chestnut Ml ia equity Palaee Stack Car c tha modeat aum of wffl be raised another story for Mageaoval wfll bearee use while the new hotel weted to the west of The icmertrythecoDitaateof battherewao were held over remains of the late John Jacob The body taken to Triaity cemetery and laid beside that of MBS LOVKL OREELY Lovel a sister of the late Horace died last nightat Spring A MILLIONAIRE SOOTH the millionaire wagon maau f ditd at Battle Creek morn ing HoarTkloveslBBtteees Boeotal to Taa thefts of have been made in the vi cinity of La Harpeand Some nave been abnoit entirrfy Some unknown stole five from Robert Thomas farm one night recently and fold them Special to TKB 25 evening late ly about twelve oclock a man named living on Jackson Boulevard aroused by a knock at his Receiv ing no answer to his repeated inquiries as to who was he procured a re volver and opened the Three masked men confronted and started to when he discharged the re volver at them and they evidentlv n ok It Bat ANrileattoB to Vaoato tao Ovfler For Hto XnsBlBMion NEW Judge Patter of the supreme today decided the application of Colonel Dudley to vacate the order for his examination be fore the trial in the suit brought by him against the Press Publishing com to recover for alleged liabl the publication of the blocks of five Dudleys counsel he had been in the state tfnco the order granted but the j ndsre held that Dudley has avoided the service of the order aad cannot expect consideration from the rourt when he to submit himself pany le in Du 25 Gen eral Bsesoa has issued the following order in connection with the approeehiaar inauguration The following details are hereby ordered for escort duty on the occasion of the inaugural Thnrsdav February 87 Company Second Captain Charles Winner commaadh Camoany Sixth re it Captain COlttpflnY Fourth regiment Captain Hayden commanding Company Second regi Captain Wheelockeommaad Cap tain John Hume commanding Com oany Third Captain C Loher commaading Third Regiment CoL Third regimeat win have command of the and Lieutenant Thomas will BTJtRBD BY AChloasia Boot K Toll for 25 Tnia afternoon A Leonard boot and shoe manu facturers made an the liabil and assets being placed at The immediate cause of the as signment was the failure to meet pay ment due on the new factory at The raal tremble it is claimed waa the embezzlement of jaree of money by the firms Cot The amount of the emtMiztaaeat not yet learned but the firm claim he beaa robbing them systematically for eighteen Cutter bens several end ia thought to be ia Fifty Feb Today the Right Reverend Monsignor vica general of the diocese celebrated the fiftieth annevenar y of ordination a Many distinguished prelates were present from all over the Althwighmany poshed act Cough Syrup the lead and druggiiitg sen more thaatewr befcm Price only 25 Mra boy a Salvation it core your 25 AH are entitled to the best that tiamT to Cory te of for Wheelock upon their arrival is Thomas found the hogs at the of report to Colonel Gilehriet Cory aad sold them to the firm for There iano the Haw Feb Captain Tuner of the Americaa Harry Pres cott reports that oa February 8 he saw in the vieiBity of Hatteras shoals a three masted schooner dismasted and water at armory of Company TUfdngf 4FufldreMUnttedStatesreirulatiOB with wffl be won during the unlew the weather fe too cold or stormy to permit in Which caw the fatigue with overcoat aad money wffl so every famflr at bottle cf best Syrupof Ftestodeanaat S tarn wien costive or 50c and by aQ leadntte Feb of a tram dispatcher two freight collided all Oae Jrakenwov aad another badly bark Owiac to the
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Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!
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"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.
"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.
"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.