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   Burlington Hawk-Eye (Newspaper) - March 20, 1890, Burlington, Iowa                                THUBSDAt MABCH 20 H fOBIIS EtPDBT A Synopsis of the Proposed KOI The Time of Holding the IWr let De of of the United March presented in the house today the report of the special committee on the world It is in part as follows Under instruction given by the action Of the house the committee inserted Chi cago in the bill as the place of holding the fabin 1892 and consulted with the representatives of that city for the pur pose of perfecting and improving making such amendments as were deemed In the second section the represents tion of the territories and the District of Columbia has been increased from one to two commissioners from each and provis ion is also made for the appointment of eight The com mission ia designated The Worlds Col lumbian The third section disposes with the United States corporation which it was proposed to create by It is also stipulated that committees be ap pointed f rsm each state and territory and the District of together with night committees to be appointed at which the government appro priates for its own acting independently of the corporation and without power to incur any is instructed by this act to aceept the buildings only when they have been deemed br said commission to be ade quate to the purpose for which they an In the original bill the eleventh section stated not less than 000 should be subscribed and pledged and not lass than ton percentum thereof actually paid in cash before the commission do any cor porate act other than those necessary to its The bill now reported is atill more conservative in protecting tbe governments so far as its connection is and insuring tbe financial success of the fair beyond any reasonable contingency by providing that the commissioners shall not only be satisfied that an actual bona fide subscription to the capital stock of at least flve tnillion dollars has been of which not leu than has been paid but also de clares that a further sum of 000 making in be provided by the corporation in ample or as needed for the tuoceseful prosecution of the The committee hes given careful consideration to the of the representatives of the finance com miltee of as to its subscriptions to the stock of and believe the subscriptions to be bona that thsy are made in good faith and that they will be While it is the judgment of the commit tee that Chicago will meet the obligations and promises of their representatives it would call attention to the fact that the judgment of this committee is not taken alone but the commission on the spot in Chicago will have a more favorable op portuuity to satisfy The representatives of who ap peared before the were ready to meet every requirement indicated by the bill previously considered br in dis while the location of the site is pending and the committee desires to recognize the fact that it is due Chicago that it be assured by the action of the house that the fair is to be held in Chicago without further delay as the business connected with the provisions of that act can be belter adjusted when they are as sured of the antion of The committee claim that the government does not astuoie any risk but is asked for such legislation as demonstrates that it is in sympathy with and lo en courage the patriotic efforts of the citi zens of Chicago in a great national and international exposition that will mark thia important epoch in the history of the world and commemorate the life and services of Columbus in a manner worthy the continent which he discov Section 0 defines the duties of the com mission and commissioners and gives them tbe necessary power to allot space for classify de termine the plan add scope of the ex appoint judges and award premiums and have general charge of the intercourse with exhibitors and reprerentatives of foreign Suction 8 provides for the dedica tion of Worlds Columbian Exposition nn the 30th day of Upon the question of the the time Tor holding the exposition there wet a difference of opinion among the members of the com The cost of the government buildings is limited to four hundred thousand dollars and appropriation an made for government expenses and lim ited the of the government after for aU purposes connected with the exposition to the sum of All expenses of the government an subject to the approval of the secretary of the In submitting the latter from Chair man of the finance of the house committee calls at tention to the fact that the city of Chi cago and the state of Illinois have for an extended period indicated a desire that Chicago should be selected as the site for the Investigations made by their committee at Paris enables Chicago soon intelligently lo comprehend the Magni tude of the undertaking scope and requirements for the successful conduct of it and to commence active more promptly than could have been possible except for their enterprise and tomhaiurht The committee calls attention to the fact that the citizens of Chicago offer a larger and mere generous contribution to the nation than was ever proffered by private citi nans before and larger thaaaay other of fered toy any foreign government or city in great international pre viously In the financial plan of the Paris which k BOW claimed to have been the most enceessful ia the it wet agreed the con tributions should aggravate while the Chicago the commission it will wttaott aid br the people of the country and foreign nations thk oakbratton and a more care fnl consideration of the tubject aiaee the first report of thb committee has more lain asai ilthe committee with the ur and importance of thennder tekdng and oonlrmcd them in theopin ion that tt will prove to be of great na tional In conclusion is attached a statement from Senator aayiag the sub scriptions to the fair fund are bona fide and will be The minority report aigned by Hatch and Flower aayt The under signed membem dissent from the fore the following neoloticatwhich we voted for should have hen a guarantee BcnredbyChiea adopted fund of That when a 000 be 6 and legality of which shall be tatisf ac tory to this we will report the pending bill with such amendments as the committee may agree WABHIHBTOH BILL X Hit PflffiDPOI A E1B5BE POST A Knmber of Other Bilk Dispoaed The Joint Eailread KatesCm ttrafl Manicipnl eral State lattniicht and two young men named Kelfr and Edwarda an ac cused of doing the The former has been but gave bafl in the mm of but Edwards is still at large Both reside Bear Albert jonrr Tfee Jekban tke Beiiwav i March hearing was given today by the senate commit tee on foreign relations to persons in terested in the Edmunds providing for the inspection of meats for exporta of at torney for Armour requested the committee to so amend the bill that in spection shall not be compulsory in all of pork He said a bill of the same kind proposed in lost to the packers of this country the trade of Germany and France aad damaged it in other coun Packers were regaining that trade and protested against the passage of any bill that would place their busi ness in jeopardy of representing as a buyer a large number of foreign denied the statement that American meat were considered of inferior quality in foreign The bill was not In BAWKKTB I CAKTOL Dis Jf Xircb Business opened promptly at nine oclock in both bouses this In the house there were a number of peti tions and atill moie bflli reported on by Committee reports occu onlyu but tended to cast re flection on the quality of American of Kansas objected to the bill and presented the resolutions of tbe Belfast board of trade stating that American meats were always of Cedar objected to the bill as uncalled for and unneces THE TABIFF The republican members of the ways and means cnmmittee will submit the tariff bill to the full committee on Fri An agreement has been reached on Mexican lead Lead ores will be dutiable at one and one half cents per pound and will have to pay duty regard less whether or not lead ore is associated with other of consul ai Register of land Reuben N Sjuth Receiver of public money ElmundW South Da Commodore Beckman to be rear Postmasters at pied the greater part of the first Two bills of considerable importance were recommended for They were for compulsory education and for the establishment of an industrial home for the adult This latter bill ap propriatas for the establishment of the The appropriation com mittee will consider the matter next and make a report on the subject Among the bills introduced were the following By create and establish an appellate By appropriate money for the Ft Madison By establish a normal school at Ida A joint resolution was introduced by Roe asking for a revision of the When the hour for going into com mittee of the whole on the Dent bill ar rived there was an amendatory bill up for 10 it was allowed to go through before that question wsa taken Meanwhile the galleries and lobby filled up with visitors desirous of hearing the The democratic caucus laii night decided that the caucus bill was all that should receive the support of the caucus as a and Dents bill was to be sidetracked for this This was the program as decided When the bill was dis posed of Dent moved that the special order be postponed till one week from The motion carried and the order was postponed much to the vexa tion of the The vote for post ponement was 55 to Work was at once began on the and it was kept up till The first bill was one proposed by It provided that whbn the amount of dog tax reaches 12 50 it msy be transferred to the bridge The bill to legalize the incorpora tion of the town of OBrien was Lanes bill provid ing for bonding of county went through without The other bills passed were of more than importance is a general The bill giving cities regularly chartered as much pawer in the contiol of parka as cities under special will affect quite a number of and the friends of the measure hope it will charges for keys lost requirement in regard to He said the companys were OONOEKS BILL TO FAVORABLY BE The house committee on agriculture to day ordered a favorable report of the Conger bill defining and rating com1 get through the upper house ae easily pound with some lit did through the Bichman was WASHIHGTOS NOTTS I very successful in having passed his bill A telegram was received at the naval empowering tjwns to issue water works department announcing thearrival This will give many small Norfolk of the United States steamer I places advantages which they have not and that Secretary Tracy hat I en joyed and will help them returned to his quarters on board Special to TBB DBS March the railroad committee this afternoon Mr of Cedar spoke in favor of the bill requiring the railroad compa nies to pay for all uniforms and equip ments of He said the pt of the bill would abolish matter of moat complaint was the excessive and the increasing the expenses to employes and they wanted A Bomber of Jobbers appeared before the cosnmistionen and vaoke favoring foiat Robert nf was the first His duty wss to discuss why joint rates should be He said though tbe companies claimed the rates were abnormally that the railroads themselves wen responsible He quoted the schedule of the tariff of the year of 1885 to show that before the adoption of the interstate commerce law then was great discrimination in rates and the prorates to Chicago from the east wen very much lower than those going west After this law wu pasted the line of pronut was made to tbe Mississippi in several viz East St Eut Eut Burlington and Daven These rates have since been changed and now an every different The rates now prevalent to Iowa points are very much higher than the former rates as given by these The en actment of the interstate law gave Mis sissippi river points the advantage of the Subsequently the roads re duced their rates from Chicago to the river and then kept up the rates in Relief wan necessary and 10 the law of 1888 was patted which empowered the commissioners to many such rates as were in keepinj with the rates in the other states ace this wu a The roads are now making joint rates from points out of the state and by so doing are giving bet ter rates on through traffic from Chicago and Louis than are given from Mis sissippi river points secretary of the the Iowa in smd worked hard for an educa tion was admitted to the bar and came to Davenport in 1854 and ever after was Identified with the progress of the Me served as state represents e from Scott countyfor one term ia the election of 188L He made one of the presidential electors who seated Grant and Wilson in 1873 and wai appointed United States dis trict attorney for Iowa sooa He resigned in 1882 aad devoted himself to his handsome private He especially prominent during past few years by reason the aid he rendered the ic mi we of jobbing and manufacturing interests of this in their contests with the rail representing them frequently be fore the He spent the past winter In Denver in the hope of re ceiving benefit to hii The fun eral will probably occur here JTJDSB JOHBT March Judge John excollector of the Port of San and United States Senator to fill out term of Senator who resigned in died TWO PiSElffit TUOB CQLUDE IT Li Crcatswe Mayor Acalai Sjxwiai to ID March war be tween the mayor and city council is againjqn with Last Monday thecouncil again adopted a resolution culling on Mayor Pattercon to turn over found due by the investigation of last The new council elected John Donahue city marshal who was suspended by the mayor Donahue ignored the mayors order by the advice of leading He re fuses to be The council Jobbers discrepancies in the spoke of joint rates the be The house committee on public lands today ordered a favorable report of the Ootnstock bill in regard to settlers on Northern Pacific indemnity with a few amendme The accompanied by ex Sen ator SewelL left Washington this after noon on a ducking expedition to the preserves of the Maryland ducking The secretary of the treasury today sent to the house a letter from the secre tary of the interior asking an appropria tion of to enable the president to cause the several reservation of the Sioux Indians to be the same to be reimbursed to the United State out of the proceed of the sales of such AT TUB UMtod BSMae Treosw Will Clw the Chsewkee atrip March 19 patrol of the Cherokee strip by forces of the United States army begun All day yesterday and part of today troops of cavalry were on the march to this These four aggregat ing 200 were masted at this point this morning and from here will march to four different points equidistant from one another along the southern bound ary of The Then they will march in squads covering as much ground as possible north through tbe notify ing settlers who now remain of the presidents notice and forci bly evicting those who refuse to go After the full width of this strip hat been patrolled the troops will return southward to dif ferent points in the establish mili tary and guard the land from invasion until it shall be legally opened to settlement by the set of congress and the presidential The PLABNWG A Cherokee strip homesteaders ar of the national gove Of Btteto Mad Vttfe to sdM provided by via tor all purpose for e fair iBthfc IB addition to the btdldings jo for the aaay na r saaay ataass the sociation has issued a secret circular dated at Arkansas Winfield and March which states that on the 22i day of April at twelve a con carted movement of boomers will be made on all aides of the outlet The cir cular states that it it believed the settlers will be unmolested if the movement as sumes sufficient The mat ter was brought to the attention of the president and he advised that a statement be given to the prats to the effect that no matter what the propor tions of the the settlement of atrip will not be allowed till it is made xo THB Kat March 19 lave Astociatin The regular discussion on hedge fences was brought out on the attempt to pass the bill by Byere requiring all hedges to be trimmed to a certain height It has special reference to mage orange but would apply to all In the southern part of the state osage orange is the general digs of but in the north there are a great many of planted for the purpose of affording wind breaks as well as wood for It is probable the bill will be amended as to mean only ostge orange and thus be The advantage of such trimming will be to render the roads less liable to block ade by snow to prevent narrowing the roadway by means of the branches growing and in general render the country highways more pleasant and less Last session an attempt was made to get the name sort of measure but it The senate began work wixh the intro duction of bills this and the first one presented was by pro viding for an appropriation to pay the expenses of an exhibit of Iowa products at the worlds fair at The amount of appropriation was left for the bill is intended to arouse senti ment in the and on the floor of the senate the amount can be The democratic caucus liquor license bill was introduced by Senator Schmidt It differs somewhat from the Dent bill and will be substituted for that measure when the matter comet up for discussion next Work on the calendar was The first bill considered was the Clarke fund ing designed especially to aid Sioux It was pawed without Senator Dnngan called up his bill to ap propriate for the preservation of the recordt of early legislatures and had it Senator Caldwells bill to authorize the issuing of bonds by cities of the sec ond class raited some discussion but no It was amended and Senator Dodges bill to establish Labor Day as a legal holiday on the first Mon day in September WM Senator calling tional was for a constitn Cities Cherokee Strip today adopted resolution providing for the removal of cattle in accordance with the presidents A mem oiialtothe president was adopted re questing protection against the boomer XKADBD VOH KSJTB XJLHD IBBAU March the tmatiom a party cf g two or three huad started for NoMantLand presidents prod have they intend to found a town at Tkay say dar dote aot apply toll o Hatch 19 aerial rot North Dakota aad i fat organized under special charters are given power of appeal from decisions of boards of equalization according to the last bill patted during the No time in the senate was spent with bait renemmended for indefinite postpone and the time was put into much better advantage with passing The democratic caucus bill on the license question it quite lengthy and will be very interesting have considered t democratic caucus latt night there was reading the subje to ect aD who In the ton on but it was left just at the caucus committee had pie pared it For the reason that it is to be the policy of the party for action Demtwat prevented from pushing hi He could not have had the sup port ot the member of the party and without that he did not care to enter into the matter very The appropriations comaittee of the ra houses have set apart Satur day aad Monday to hear from therepre BMtatrves of tha state The aotiecB have been ant out Bad aU have told to appear at B oclock on the Each npresenta kalfaB hour in which tween the exterior and interior especiallv in connection with the Cedar Rapids Northern By comparison he showed that the same or nearly the same price was charged for service from at from Davenport to Iowa Roads coming into Iowa make the same rate from Chicago to all in Iowa east of the line of the Iowa This it of necessity so because that road makes the tame rate between Paul and Chicago at thu Cedar Rapids and cannot make a higher rate to Iowa points within the territory named than the through rate to hence the uniformity The roads all make joint tariffs on inter state but none on state btui of said that the allegation that Iowa rates were lower t haii any in the was not true and they would file figure to prove IB statements before the committee Ripley had made several errors in regard to rates charged and Tnlbert wanted things quoted Iowa manufac turers had been driven out of the state because in other states they could get joint rates which were unobtainable in this He recommended the bill prepared by senator Meservty as one to be made a of Dei spoke of the provisions of the various bills The evils were based on the basis upon which the rates were The passenger business or the mileage basis and the freight business on a slid ing scale of so much per ton per decreasing per ton per mile at the dis tance The remedy for all these irregularities would be a njleage rate on He cited instances of unjust discriminations against Iowa job bersHe discussed the various bills be fore the assembly and stated objections to several of Great trouble for the joint rates was brought out in a subsequent discussion between Senator Finn and Berryhill If the railroads were required to make joint rates and provisions of the present law were suspended in regard to discrim ationg between placet joint rates could be aade so low in some inttancat as to build up certain cities with disregard for On the other if a limita tion was made that the joint rate must ba the same as the commissioners rate for the same distance over one road it would be fixing an absolute and this is claimed to be The Minnesota joint rate law makes such and a case is now pend ing before the United States supreme court to decide whether ot not it is in violation of the fourteenth amendment to the This point seems in surmountable and the members did not tomorrow when lively times are Tbe Paeffle kkert Sioux March 19 tele gram hat been received by toe local rep resentatives of the Manhattan Trust company releasing tout of the Pa cific Short line and the work of tracklaying was resumed to Near ly ties that were seized Saturday were released last The release of the rails will allow the laying of ten miles more of and by that time it is hoped that who went to New York will have arranged so that the remaining tons can be laid and the road completed to a distance of nine tysix Fire Faaaeagen Killed udMany Oth ers Falling Koef at Indianapolis Kills and Wounds March serioui collision occurred on the Northwestern road at Lavalle twentyfive miles north of this at one oclock this and six passengers wen more or Isu hurt Passenger trains 4 aad 5 had orders to meet at that 4 arrived on time and was side tracked when 5 dashed along and struck the smoking tipping it over on the aide and telescoped the next coach about ten It is impossible to obtain the names of the An aged on hia way had several ribs broken and was injured in ternally and will probably Another man had his ekull Jesse of Pleasant had his nose broken and was otherwise DI8AI AT I The word to start was then Those horsemen who carried guns ware tent iaio tbe deeplywooded portions of the Crojked Craek Their old wolf dashed into the timber with joyful Old 81 Limberger led hia of hunters ia a aoutheaiterry Sevan wolvea and a number of foxes ware The dogs had a teven tueael with two old and one of tha best hounds was At night had a grand cacpflre and and the chase continued until nearly da tUSmtOf A cam an He Invites of the since toe early seventies haa such a widespread and hopeless poverty existed in the Wyoming Men have been malt ing barely enough to keep going and in March flaaataM commander of the bread strike in the I the empire to succeed IA his tendering his AM ef H tuna the March Silas of has buried hit a little creature born 33 years He grew up with the head of a full grown man and the body of an infant When two years old he could only walk by being tied to a chair which he shoved around the room He talk bat had intelligence ways give a grateful look when she waited on unable to enough to al to his mother f she has patienby done for the past 32 Her only fear was that the helpless creature would outlive ArreateA for Hnt StesUlnv Special to TBX March who haa been in jail here for a week or so for hog made a con and as a John LKennedy and Wash Conger have been arrested for complicity in the Ali an held for bail and Kennedy had to BO to jail being unable to furnish The method pursued by the gang was to tteal hog and sell Kennedy hat a bad reputation and is believed to be the leader of the gang Evidence U pretty strong against all of A Btaekmu Special FT March V19 a leading stock buyer was killed way to cU iy falling through a trestle on his Chicago with a load of stock last The accident occored at Coun the train stopped to know how to get around taw atsite MASOH March Carrie Lane Chapman spoke to a large crowd in this city last night on woman In an interview about the work in Iowa and Dakota she said It is the intention of the suffragists in this state to secure a revision of the state con to place an amendmant before the people to be voted Thii amend ment is to give the wooien full In order to have a full working force to secure iis passage whan it does come up before the people societies are being or called political equality and there an to be committees in each town to manage the Theprot pects now are for the passage of inch an i it All the diyatgigBed tivawfflbegrraB to pretext the n andatthecoB clnsioBOf hie remarks hewfflbeqnM by tha coejmittae for additional tioei that auy be TSM schedule an have beam arranged at tot JtejOha Samples free at 9 and even wildcat andpaathen Wolf and fox hunting hatbe eoBMafrcquentaad popular tport with the farmers of western Most ot them have March half trial Home for the Blind 1M forces of worken an now to be concen trated on South tt kopetof gaininga victory there in November next If it carries it will giveprettige in working mattert in To preface this work we are canvaning the state as thoroughly at our finances will permit take leaving the caboose with the passengers on the trestle Kelly and John of this stepped off the platform thinking it was a station and went through the Kelljt was killed instantly and Mnlcany was badly hurt but will WIMM March It is re ported that wheat is badly The last two heavy freezes have killed a large percentage of it in many Ex Senator John Harmon and says that of the 240 acres he hat at least and perhaps more than will have to be ploughed Of her closeobserving farmers are taking a gloomy view of the prospects for a big wheat There are how where it is said the wheat haa not been KalllBB WowMn Blear March of tie roof of the BowenMerrill corn building which projected from the front fell at one oclock burying a number of men in the It is believed that from fifteen to twen tyfive persons are killed or Great excitement Thousands of people surround the scene ofthedis Reports of eyewitnesses are very con flicting as to the number supposed to be in the It ia probable that most of those near the falling wall When the roof Captain of Metropolitan and Officers Manning and were standing on the main floor about fortyflve feet from tha front Almost directly beneath the projecting roof were Peter Albin and William who were bracing the iron The officers escaped but Albin and Meadowi were buried beneath the mass of Both were extricated in a few Meadows was struck ia the back with a piece of heavy timber and may be in jured Albin escaped with few but it prostrated with It is impossible to clear away the wreck at this u the iron front ia cracking badly and may topple over at any The flre department is working but with due regard for the safety of those whose lives are risked in the Immediately after the fsll of the roof the east wall nf the building occupied by Bicknells 5 and 10cent fell in with a crash It is but not that all customers and clerks Forty five men working under the supervision of Commissioner de Ruyter narrowly es atead of getting better hew tdowing The mines in the Wyom ing Valley have not ai f whole worked more than one quarter of the Since September almost half of them have closed down entirely and many have worked only four or flve dsyi a Hundreds of f wnittea in the city are n ducedto the Isit The back yards of the provision storea groceries are haunted all day men and children seeking son able in the refute thrown out cioity of the slaughter house are also visited for similar The situa tion in moat of the surrounding towns ia as bad if not and almost every one of them public effort are being made to provide for the alleviation of this widespread WILD SOT Flames broke out again in the mini and are still burning It is feared that the two threestory build ings adjoining the wreckage have been damaued by the crash and are likely to 8OTJTOABK Hilee Her uver An important They acton the stomach and bowel through the A new They speedily cure bad tor pid pfiet and Splefr did for women and Small 80 dotes for 95 eenti Sample free at Wittea drug store Nxw March The snow which has fallen here since early thii morning greatly impedes The mafli are late and the ferry traffic ii hin dered to a great The telegraph in the south are prostrated by the storm and no communication be had south of OiBelata Nxw March special deputy con nected with the order of arrest depart ment in the sheriff11 office wai arrested thii morning on an indictment charging him with The placed under two Tne Water Still KUIBR of CIWVBMM March The town of Clarenden it now pretty nearly cov ered with water from White The river roae so fast that a conductor was compelled to move hia train on the Ar kansas Midland road out two miles from Clsrenden in order to make hia run into Helena Between Duncan and den water ii six feet deep on parts of the March The Offnti break hag widened to the extent of three hundred and fifty feet up to One of the broken ends hai finally been secured and the other end will be made secure No great damage has been reported as hap pening from the only one cabin in the immediate vicinity of tbe break been washed The water it ding on the low places through the ions and swamps and is now within Jpur miles of in Black small embmkaent it being thrown up itftie northern portion of It is thought Greenville ia in no danger from this The river Private CMr March In the court martial of Lieutenant Steele today Private Wild was recalled and repeated Sergeant John Comas of the Fifteenth infantry testified that he knew ago He Wild in his company some years under the name of Daniel said Wild reputation for truth was bad and that he under wouldnt believe Sergeant Shaw of him the Eighth cavalry also questioned Wilds veracity and said that Lieutenant Steeleg conduct had always been Two privates of the eighth cavalry testified to the same and the defense offered to produce twenty witnesses to testify to Wilds bad repu and all tha of Lieutenant Lteelei company to testify to latter1 humane The coutt took the matter under failing health and old ona for desiring to withdraw Todays papers call fact that while taking luaa delegates to thelaboxi Prince Bismarck gave ai to Jules head ot along i HenasIavitedaUthst dine with toi The National Gisattevai the of peats that the excitement Side whsn the conviction thatthe Germans look to full confidence in the man national spirit The boerae is weak quence of Prince tion and Prussian TBX NBW CHA etcuriaee atep FOB the NBW March dry goods trade was startled today by the failure of John Flummer They made a general assignment for the benefit of their creditors to their Jeremiah Plnmmer also made an in dividual assignment Murphy says the assignment ia principally duetrthede ireciation in the value of the goods firm has been carrying for The creditors by unit ing can possibly make the sus pension only Murphy savs the liabilities are about of which is for borrowed money and the balance is due to manufacturers and for trust money deposited with the firm by relatives and friendsTheaa lets are nominallya little larger than the liabilities aad consist of outstand ing accounts and valuable real estate owned by SOMB MOBB five inches since the No has fallen here levee at effort ia being made to close the crevasse at last reports and it was widening and a column of water is passing La March AU west of here is a vast sheet of water to the hills of Bayou The water in the overflowed sections is not u it is finding its natural BUBKXD TO A rtn im HIM at Haw March big fire it raging ia the Gennania mine and flve men have been burned to The names of the dead are hii son High Jimmy Sul livan and William The damage already inflicted amount to Waller escaped from the mine with about four hundred men when the fire flrit broke out but returned to rescue the others still in the mine and was him self burned to apsebjl to TM dollars bail March last nigtt blew open the tare in John Kaoemaehild ft and got away with certtncetei of de posit and to the stock invarioaiinttitutioni of over K The bars of the who live over the heard she exploeioB and naked down They fond theetomtoorfait cm and by the tfsse they and forced aaaBtnaoa the bargten had fled with their The burglars had ate bond aeveral holei in thedoorof the National Ira and Braes coBtpaaya tat wsj March time there has been trouble between Jo seph Kodak and hi John BokoIotkL Last night while went to Sokoloskii house aad fired a shot into a bedroom when he supposed his brotherinlaw was sleep Bokoloekii fourteenyearold daugh ter was struck aad Nodak was Match Conductor in being tpontfldetothe Bay View with the verdict of the oor Ha pleaded not gutty wee held to await the action of the c thegnad March A fatal accident accumd this morning at How a small itation on the Burlington and Kansas City railroad about seven miles northeast of this Frank aged seventeen ton of Pottmaiter attempted to board a south bound freight oat lost his hold and was dragged beneath the cutting off both leg near the A But Over Special to THB March stories going about concerning the number end depredations of rata and mice in the rural districts of Iowa and Illinois an not fabrications by any The fields swarm with the pests and they have caused great havoc to corn cribs and an burrowing up the farm lands At a number of men and boya met at Jeiie Smiths to exterminate the rats that were in and around under the corn They had hardly com menced to remove the corn when they discovered scores of nts running to one end of the crib and disappearing under one of the After removing the com from the crib Fin and Sam Taylor crawled under tha crib and caught 860 rate with their bare hands and killed them without getting a and handed them out to the boys says he carried off three bushels On the same day a young man one mile west of caught 160 rats with his ban hands and got only one A BATTY BTPXBIBNCB March Johnson had a remarkable experience the other night He awoke from his sleep with a jump to find a big nt nib bling at his It was a long time before he could go to sleep The nt then made use of its opportun It crawled again on top of the bed aad began to feed on It only took a good bite or two linking the teeth Lewis wu too much hurt and terrified when hi awoke to tell for awhile what had The noes in a day or two wu badly swollen from the effects of the aad hu by no means yet March aette aaya General YOB has also been stdeut of the Gazette also says that Bismarck in res tion u imperial foreign miasrterax will be succeeded by either Tank German embassador at or Count Von Hati German embassador at Londoav BISXABCX in xxcBLuurr i March respondent of the Hews that Bismarck refused to vsstt ror on the evening beforeher i It ia reported the SB noyed at Biamarck lor was certain Binaatek i Windthorst without said he tend to resign at present tended to make a gnat in tbe reopening of Use await a chance for i the political scene cellent He snffen from nia and earnestly desires and family an glad he THXKBW March rivi Win not assume that folio Von Boetticher the Prussian Eul Governor ceeds Von Boetticher ae Count Herbert receive and ambaatadonhipv Herrfurth and Coal March in many branches of indnatrv the strike of coal mineral threatens to become aton ae the stoekaot come Coal BUM nave called another meeting aja 1 is expected that a comproBiiiaj themselves aad thestrihenwfltl STBUCK JOB BMHT March employes of the Amu struck today for eight March Bryant was elected coaaxi Wisconsin department of Army of the Republic thia i resolution favoring a service i was laid on the table by a Chaatham white wash this of Tilman Cheatham is the first hung in Mississippi for the He lived about four hourt after AIT xxciZDT0 oaoxou CHAUL mt part March grand fox and wolf hunt took place ia the western of McDonough county Hancock and Bchuyler counties lie Crooked a subtle lead of traverses these counties at their intersection like a a TUi stream ii lined with heavy timber and through which in the early daya roamed Bat the deer snd 1 and haw ral welltrained a hunter and trapper of SUM sad apioBserrroaitse the BMB who had tatickut 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