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   Burlington Hawk-Eye (Newspaper) - September 27, 1890, Burlington, Iowa                                jABLISHED SATURDAY SEPTEMBER PRICE i 15 CEHTS PER TO THE After Ten Days finish Their the Committees 16 JreeBinainc Fixed at SevcnTenthB ofsOentrer Pound ten work the conference com tlie tariff bill completed its this afternoon and reported the Ittothe house The committee had j 1 ifith 464 amendments In the i items the result of tho was as follows The the bill will take effect was 6 February 1 ncct is October c jsthe ultimate date upon which in bonds before Ouober at the old rates of In the case of sugar the confer in place of a uniform bounty of two of eighty above pro hv the included maple adopted the following pro On aiid after Juh and lull it 1905 there shall be paid rav monies in the treasury not rise appropriated under the pro of section throe thousand six jand eightynine of the to the producer ar testing not less than bj from sorghum or sugar cane grown i he United States or from maple reduced within the United States itmty of two centi ppr and lli testing lets than ninety and not less than eighty de a bounty of one and threefourths per pound under such rules and Isuons as the commissioner ff iuter with the approval of the of the may She case of imported sugars the house 16 Dutch below which Lj stail be is but on it Meier grades the result was compro follow 411 sugars above 16 in r shall pay a duty of tivewuths of one it per that aH sugars iote number in color shall pav iMcnth of one cent per pound in addi ato the rate burin provided for when ported or the product any s when and so long as such coun shall hereafter directly rtataretl a bounty on the exporta ii of any such sugar which may be in in this grade which is greater n is paid on raw sugars of lower sac rine and the secretary the treasury shall prescribe table rules and regulations to this provision into effect ividcd that all machinery abroad and erected in a beet afactory and used iu the production the 1nited from Beets produced shall be admitted Ijotrfrei the 1st day of 1S02 that any duty collected on any i tbove described machinery pur I abroad and into the Jilted States for the use above iudi sincc January shall be re On the house rate of of a cent a pound shall be jln fresh or frozen fish fmm American mafe free by both the nfercnce has imposed the limitation t they must be caught by American in fresh Other fish are Ide dutiable at threefourths of a cent a split between the house and late i binding the rate is fixed at fjeventenths of a but on other inila cordage ihe rate is advanced from ifiandonohalf cents to one and three cents per more than was A upon by either tAll of iho paragraphs inserted by the f providing for customs commi were stricken out by the confer In the case nf glass bottles where the e reduced the thiconference ted a tixing the rates on abovy one pint and more at one pur pound and smaller o w onefourth of a pint at and onehalf cents and on bslovv at fifty per plan or pressed a single of siiiy per is adopted instead tho higher compound house and same is done in the case of cut and ited The fortylive per house rate struck out by the senate chemical glassware was per is fixed for thin and blown glass instead of the house struck out bv the and so in rase of porclaine glasses a uniform nypw rate is On ipolihcd eyeinhndir irovvn window assware the senate made an average luctlon of a quarter of a cent the con adopted a medium of oneeighth a cent as well as the senate islon that each box shall contain T square On pyrites the senate rate of onehalf Katper pound on contained copper is manufactured ivhollj or in part not specmlv provided and plushes and pile all the composed wholly or in part of hair of alapaca or other four and one half times the duty imposed by this act on unwashed wool of the first class and sixty per cent advalorcm car pets and carpeting of flax or ton not speciallj provided fifty ner cent adv alorem The senate struck out the bounty pro in the schedule of the bill passed hy the The other amend ments which restore the language and rates of the present law were In the liquor schedule the senate made an increase ou various forms of wine and The house rates were except on champagne and leaving sun Wlnos and malt liquors at the existing rates of A few ver bal changes were made for the purpose of insuring additional security to reve The senate striking out the du ties on vegetable hair or china was agreed Jute thirtyfive per cent ad valorem bagging for gunny cloth and all similar materials suitable forcovering composed in whole or part of hemp jute or jute valued at six cents or less per square one and sixtenths cents a yard at more than six one and eighttenths cents a All manufacturers of flax or fifty per cent ad provided that until January such manufactures of flax with more than one hundred threads to the square shall pay thirtyfive per cent ad instead of the above The conferrees agreed to the senate reciprocity and retaliation amendment making but one which was in the instead of July Of the changes made in the agricul tural the conferrees says In the agricultural schedule the house rates are mainly retained on lemons and which the house made dutiable at double the present rates in order to afford protection and encouragement to the planters of California and the senate reduced the rates somewhat above the present The house con fnrrees yielded An amend ment was added to that of the senate im posing an additional duty of thirty per cent on packages in which oraugesjemons and limes were The paragrph inserted by the senate imposing a discriminating duty of ten per on the products of countries east of the Cape of Good Hope when im ported from countries east of the Cape of Good Hope were struck Paintings and statuary which tne house placed on the free the conferres de cided to retain on the dutiable list at fif teen per cent ad and onehalf the present The administrative relative to imported articles being forbidden entry where tho business mark of a domestic manufacturer is similated reads as fol as adopted in thcconferenc On and after March no article of imported merchandise which shall copy the name or trade mark of any domestic manufacture or shall be admitted to entry in any custom house in the United The conferrees speaking of the effect of the bill on revenues say they do lieve there is any material difference be tween the house and the senate bills in the matter of the estimate of the reduc tion made in dutiable namely and their action has not materially affected that estimate except iu the restoration of internal revenue provisions of the house and on that point they say For the year ing June the receipts from spe cial taxex on the class of persons to be relieved by the bill were from taxes on tobacco and from snuff the passage of the bill the reduc tion in the revenue from tobacco will be and from snuff making from these two sources an aggregate of Adding these figures to the reduction which would fol low in the abolition of special taxes make the total reduction in internal revenue receipts The prob able reduction by customs schedules will probably be about which would give an aggregate reduction by the bill of about for his approval The bills on the calen dar unobeetcd to v ere taken up and tho among passed Senate bill granting a right of to the James town and Northern railway company through Devils Lake Indian North Tho house joint appropriat ing one million dollars for the purchase of nickel ore and nickel matte for naval having been received from the was laid before the senateand Cameron offered an amendment provid ing that such nickel ore or matte so pur chased shall bo equitably distributed ainoug thu contractors of nickel steel armor After an extended debate Hale consented to let the joint resolution go over till Tho consideration of the calendar was resumed and the following bills were passed House granting leave of absence to clerks and employes of first anu secondclass On motion of Blair the house bill to amend the act to prohibit the importa tion and immigration of foreigners and aliens under contract or agreement to perform labor was taken from the calen Plumbmoved to amend the fifth which provides the act shall not apply to professional cd by inserting before the word artists the musical or agreed Carlisle moved to substitute for the words Regularly ordained ministers of the gospel the Regularly or dained or constituted ministers of re liglon and without that rnent the bill would exclude Jewish rabbis agreed Plumb moved to Insert after the word artists the word musicians acreed Plumb offered an amendment that the bills shall not apply to any organiza tion of musicians or The bill went over till tomorrow leaving the last amendment unacted upon and tho senate resumed tho consideration of the bill to establish a United States land Without action the senate ad CLARKSONS PAT MET BIRCBELl FACE TO FACE Serious Testimony Given Against the Prisoner at Woodstock Miss Cromwell n Dim igiiig 1rosecutiou Finish fullingWltnenaea anil the Defense Sept 20 the Birthell trial this morning Miss Crom wi of was tho first witness She testified that February 17 she to the station to meet some friends who were coming on the three oclock She met liirchell in a lane coming from the JSrantford road to the He was dressed in a navyblue suit and His shoes were muddy and his trousers were rolled She did not know him at the but she had no doubt as to his identity with the He en tered the station and bought a ticket for James a young storekeeper of Henry Jones and Mary Swaizee also testified to seeing a man at the station who they afterwards identified as OK TRIAL FOR The Ketired Assistant ZostmKster Gen eral to llnve the UitiahH has been thought for some time among those near the councillors of the president that Gen eral Clarkson would get the Omaha fruit and last night Senator Mandorson in conversation stated that he had con cluded to recommend General Clarkson for the Omaha GENERAL WASHINGTON A IKoy DerciuliUK His In tlie interesting murder case is on trial in the Macon circuit May at a church in the backwoods of Putnam small encouraged by older engaged iu a The boys were ilonathan aced twelve years George age and Frank age Knives were used Young Starns stabbed Frank Archer to the heart and he died in Little Starns was indicted for murder in the first degree and Georgie Trcw was indicted as an A change of venue was and the case sent here for A jury qualified last evening and the testimony in the case commenced The defence will claim that tho killing was done in self and also make a secondary plea that Starns was too young to realize at the time what he was A HORRIBLE THE rttiincd bollpr and other plate iron and steel no ttabhhpd valued at wccnN or Itspc i pound on vvhieh thi Ptoiiin as one of iidit below one and four Whs K of a cent per bclon two conts ight tenths of tent per pound On the higher grades ratev are Above two fourtenths cents above three oueand livecnths cents above four two eents abov e s v en tw o cents above ten and onehalf cents above thirteen fortyfive per cent Plates thinner ao 10 an pav duty as sheets raw senate gauges for hoop iron Hopwd and for railwav bars of iron house rate of sixthtenths of per pound On tin plate the nunR the rate of three fouiths of per pound above sheet iron to July aud two and twotenths cents er that datewas retained f ot Illrlnpr additioml StimL five per lent on manufac S lllall replaced bj an ab Sflh clcdul of fift5 ve pir for frei after n of the fail i esllc worll to produce one 0 consumption is retained bin lntnnl features of n oiu IUL provisions on f iriur is and grow f rs in regad to the sale of leaf 0 re rutored and i prov isoiadded mcr slm1 furnish on demand mcnue ofhctr a state TmaOLl sales A fine of SVM Jor a v lolation of this prov ision Mcrence committee struck out e amendments prov iding for a jjj mission flobacrn and manufactured and on ls at six ten dol Bpou opium manufactured Xhe UlU1 tobacco manufacture1 tatcs for pur persons who are citizens States are permitted to in its manufacture endment providing that internal revenue taxes shall 10 July arc re McKinley Announces lie Will Call Up tlie Tariff Kill Chand of from the worlds fair reported a resolution providing that a subcommittee of five members of that commission shall be ap pointed by the chairman to inquire into the progress of the details for holding the proposed exhibition to examine into the space allotted to the purpose of dis plays and all other matters which the subcommittee may deem advisable and report to the house at the beginning of the next of rising to a ques tion of personal privilege offered a reso lution stating that it is alleged that the postmaster of the bouse has on the roll of his employes at 8100 per mouth a who works in the government printing aud that said Bradley pays S5 a month to the son of the postmaster who does network in the aud directing the committee on accounts to investigate the Enloo spoke of his resolution of yesterday and complained of having been deprived of tho floor iu a parliamentary but rather unfair There was quite a lengthy discussion between him the speaker aud at the con clusion of which the resolution was Soon after McKinley brought in a con ference report on the tariff bill and it was ordered printed in the McKinley then cave notice that immediately after the read ing of the he would call up the report for final consideration and final of protested against such a short time and suggested that the report be taken up Mnndav There was not a disposition on the part of the democrats to delay its considera but the bill should be carefully con McKinley said the bill as it would be printed contained all the changes recommended by the conference commit The amended paragraphs would appear in small As to many features of the points of disagree ment had been perfectly well under stood for weeks and was perfectly un derstood what the conference committee The gentlemen on both sides were anxious to get home and he must insist upon the consideration to McMillan thereupon insisted upon the reading of the conference The reading was not completed oclock when the house took a be fore which McKinley offered for refer ence a resolution for the final adjourn ment of congress on Tuesday next at two evening the house passed 112 private pension bills and ad To Restrict Church Land tive Caswell today reported favorably from the committee on the judiciary the senate bill to amend the laws in refer ence to bigamy aud the restriction in the ownership of churches to real estate above a fixed The bill has par ticular reference to tho church of the Latter Day which became owner of large properties beyond the limit aud whose charter was forfeited in The proceeds of the sale of the real estate were turned over to the school fund of the but no provision was made for the disposition of the personal property belonging to the which now amounts to nearly and is await ing the action of the Tho com mittee deems it wise to let the mouey take the same course as that derived from the sale of real estate and place it in the school Kaiiiti luvestipltinc Committee is not probabla that the committee which has investigating General Raum will make a report at the present session of It will not take the majority a great while to make up their minds on the testimony that has been but the minority intend to prepare and will submit a report which is in tended to crush the commissioner and is desired for use as a demoeratic campaign The two reports will have to go out and the minority document cannot have any otlieial sanction unless it goes with that of the The chairman of the committee and ihe other leadinc re publicans of the house have therefore decided to postpone all further action npon the subject until after the elections Indeinuifyini bill which the house had finally passed after conference with the senate for the relief of settlers on the Northern Pacific in demnity applies to about four hun dred settlers who entered upon the lands in northern It allows those who made a settlement upon the lauds in good faith and were qualified so to do to make a settlement ou other lands within a year and to be allowed upon those other lands the benefit of the length of tfino that they reside as settlers upon the lands which it has been decided they had no right to make The Camera Tells the Story republi can congressional campaign committee is sending out several thousand photo graphs of scenes in tho house during the Johu Miller iMinntl Murdered in a Hence horrible resembling in detail the murder of Annie was brought to light this afternoon by finding the mutilated body of aged twenty in a dense woods near her home in Delaware this Frank a burly who was suspected of the murder of Miss is locked up charged with causing Millers The motive is supposed to have been R C of the Peoria boardof viee of the Kansas City Transportation George F secretary of the Chicago board of F N of the Milwaukee Chamber of Commerce PRISON Second Day National Congress at Sept 26 first thing on the program of the national prison eongress to day was tho reading of the report of the standing committee on criminal law reform by Charles of Indiana Following this was a paper on The Lease System of Ala bama and Its Political by W J of a member of the board of inspectors of that This was followed by discus At the afternoon session there was a wardens presided over by Cap tainJoseph who made an ad Major of the PennsylvanIa read a paper on the parole system and Professor of the University of read a paper on criminal The reading o papers was followed long and animated discussion During the discussion Secretary Wines he wished the people of Ohio were bgfore him to hear what he had to upon tho method of adminis Bering tho parolo system He went on to relate what ho saw in this respect at a visit to the penitentiary last Janu ary when the board of managers were in He that applicants for parole were admitted before the board by the halfdozen at a time and that each one was referred to members of the rep resentative county from which the prisoner that each member ex amined the prisoner privately to some publicly and made his recommendation to the and upon this the board It was a courtesy of the senate extended by the members to each They gavo no sort of attention to the record of the prisoners conduct in one of the board showed him a telegram from a very prominent railroad man aking him to parole certain prison ers that and he said he would rath er act on that telegram than on any thing the warden might After the meeting he asked the warden what was the effect of this method on prison and he answered it was most At tonights session Secretary Wines read an exhaustive paper ou the history of prison THE CONSTITUTIONAL MARCOIE ON TO Grand Work of the Young Republi cans of Polk A Running Meeting at MltchcHvllle Lust ItlgtClnb Keo kiik Deputy Sheriff Arrested State desert was served they all wanted ice and It was sight for the gods to them eat this Some were some some Special to The HawkEyeJ Sept young mens republican club of Des seventyfive came here on a special train this evening to organized a republican club Thev had one of the best meetings ever held In this section of Polk county The speakers were P L Life N E A A Haskjns and Good music was on A club of sixtytwo was formed representing over forty per cent of Ithe entire republican vote of A DEPRAVED BARHUNDIAS the Additional Reflect on American NKW in formation as to the killing of tho Guatemalan reached thi city yesterday at the same time with the news that congress had at last recognized the necessity of an official investigation into the relations of the United States minister to that Attention is called to the fact that liarrnndia was killed two days after the conclusion of a treaty of the terms of which expressly granted a general amnesty to in surgents and similar offenders in both Guatemala and San Minister as appears by his knew that this treaty had been accepted when he wrote the which was Uarrundias death The report that a daughter of the dead gen eral had threatened Minister Mizner with a pistol is with additional details which do little credit to the min isters Tho ministers danger seems to have been far less imminent and his terror much greater than ap peared from the first From the City of Mexico there comes a singular showing beyond a doubt that the Guatemalan government has deliberately set about misleading the people of this through the as to the ac tual circumstances of tho Barrundia af The scheme was to be worked through an apparently subsidized corres pondent of American papers and press and had fair prospects of CARRYING OUT THE Advised NonActlnn on the Temperance constitutional convention aftera adopted tho report of the majority of the com mittee on to This report recommends deeming any agitation of the liquor question at this time The minority had urged an amendment to the consti tution declaring all saloons and tippling houses public nuisances which might be suppressed by prosecution or upon com plaint of any The friends of the minority claim they wcro defeated be cause the franchise committee did not care to provoke the hostility of so pow erful an element as the saloon interests He Confesses toI faving Set fire to Houses Sept 20 evening Louis the grandson of was taken before Judge Allen for examination on the charge of setting fire to lie confessed to setting allthc fires and gave no reason whatever for doing He claims to have grudge or hard feel ings toward his with whom he but on the says they have always treated him and he does not know why he set the He not only set fire to the house a great number of but also burned the He Is about fourteen years old and is certainly a intelligent in many but a very dan gerous Thomas took him today before Judge Johnson for an order for commitment to the reform WHISKY AND COAL WONT while a few attempted to dispose of 1C with their But the feast could not last forever In time every one around the board was and they passed oat of the hotel feeling supremely happy over this thor ough imitation of modern and satisfied that KickaHoleinthe Sky and his charming bride had been duly A Deputy Sheriff in la Sept 26 Mar deputy sheriff of this is now lodged in charged with break Ing and entering the honse of Walter a colored haekmuu of this place Besides Marshall shot at Policeman who tried to arrest the bullet grazing the officers Mar shall aroused the of the after getting which was about but drew revolver and demanded that they keep An alarm was sent to police headquarters and a squad of officers went to the scene of the and after a in which several shots they succeeded in capturing the at about this morning Nothing is known at this honr about the cause of except that Marshall was drunk at the time The prisoner belongs to one of the most prominent and highly connected families in south ern and has a father and brother who are widely known as successful criminal lawyers SiAWWIM TWO ROUNDS Joe the American Heavy Easily Caf Dilatory Tactlci In t he Tf ppcr ary era on General Forei A Grand Raid on the Saloonkeepers in con certed raid was made on the saloons of this city yesterday and the exhilarating spectacle was presented ofvdrayIoads of liquors passing through the streets under police The saloonists who closed promptly when the original package law went into effect have opened up since Boies suspended the punishment of one until after the coal with alleged assurances they had from other led them to believe they would not suffer municipal interference until the palace season hence they have been doing an open Last night Mayor Epps instructed the police to do their duty and hence the sweeping seizures of ANSWERS DEATHS LOST HER Miss of Now Does Nut Think Life is Worth NEW Sophia of OOD Eighth was born with a and has always been extremely the loss of it while she was driving on Sunday afternoon has made her feel that life is scarcely worth She ordinarily did not carry it about with but while in the country she kept it in her fearing that it might be buried or stolen if she loft it at her and after her return she continued the Con when she lost the purse she lost her too she advertises a liber al reward for the return of the and although the caul according to popular the finder from drown she hopes it will bo returnedto There is another with the usual in the same block in Eighth av enue in which Miss Zoncada The value of cauls in England sixty years since maybe estimated from the fact that David Copperfields caul was adver tised for sale for fifteen Their present market value is not as they are not listed at any of the ex RAILROAD John an Iowa Gone to ilia CSpccial to The HawkEyeJ DES a pioneer settler of Iowa and an early resident of Des died this morning at his residence in the Masonic temple on West Walnut Parish has been an invalid for some four years as the result of a stroke of paraly sis and his death was not About a week ago he became suddenly very ill and has since been confined to his bed gradually He has been very prominent in Masonic circles and universally beloved by his The funeral will no doubt be held Sun A WAYWARD Jury Was Unable to Agree Sioox jury In the case of Lee who for ten days has been on trial for the murder of Leigh was yesterday discharged from failure to The defense was in The killing was without and the prominence of the families of the who are wealthy cattle has attracted much attention to the trial Increasing the Banks stockholders of the Second National bank of have decided to increase the banking capital from to This action is due to the increasing business of the HAWKEYE A infant daughter of Sol of while play ing on the got hold of a dish con taining fly poison aud drank some of the mixture with fatal Gustavus the founder of the Iowa weather is about to leave Iowa City for permanent residence in He has lived in Iowa City since A PlIEXOMEXAL POXY of is the owner of a phenomenal pony which he claims has the fastest record for a pony in the The little fellow does not weigh over 500 but he can make his mile in A PHILANTHROPIC a philanthropic Pittsburg has made a gift to the Home of the Friendless at Cedar Eapids in the shape of a nursery and dormitory where mothers who are compelled to work ont for a livelihood can leave their little ones in safe hands until their daily toil is Work on the structure will begin at LABOR 26 much of hgbt between Frank the tralian and Joe the American heavyweight i place at the Ormande Club at five oclock this morning At 3 30 oclock the mo were awakened by their trainers and were thoroughly sponged down and and each received a stimulant la the form of an egg flip About o clock the two principals entered the ring They were followed by their sec onds On the call of time both men ad vanced to the center of the After short preliminary Slavin led off rather low with the was by one from McAui lifte with his which missed itsmarfc The Australian quickly foliored it with good one from then the right was and la some ex changes which followed McAnliffe had decidedly the best of When they broke away McAnlifTe landed a powerful blow his opponents cheat rith right Bat Slavin promptly whereupon 3Ic Auliffe came to the The second round ended with fall f or resulting in Slavin be ing declared the The fight last six and threequarter face showed marks of severe punishment After McAnliffe came to the ground in the Brat roond there was tremendous cheering in the corner Upon JleAuUffe rising the two got together and McAullffolanded a ter rific blow on Slavins The Ameri can landed at once keen on the face of his man and twice with the right he hit him tremendous time not being called until McAuliffe left off with a de cided In the second round McAuIiffe began with the right on Slavins then quickly got away to escape a determined rush by Right around the ring the Australian chased his who be gan to cut a sorry figure and when they got close enough Slavin was twice more strenuous in dealing punish ment with his right After the men closed the American broke having got the worst of the On resuming the Slavin saw his chanceAvailing himself of it very quickly he went into finish his already beaten man and soon knocked McAuliffe down with a clean It was all over with the mission boy as he only rose to recieve terrible punish mentand going down fast as possibleFinally his seeing that farther perseverance would be worse thau intimated that Slavin most effectually defeated McAnliffeThe announcement occasioned a scene of the wildest last two democratic seats Thoy show up empty republican sido n the wool sched were made were M yarns from the hair or other ani iinu bed times the the duty first noolen or worsted cents per class on clothing rcadv articles of wearing apparel was made iipor THE A Kumber of Important Messires Con sidered and 26In the sen ate the conference preparedI ves tcrday on the bill toestablish Rock Creek in the District of taken up anu after some remarks by spoke against the dcsig nation of army officers for laj ing out the park and against the re quirement of tho district to bear half o the reports as agreea to and the bill now goes to tho Dresden being Oiled with members of that party eager to go on with public business Each picture is underlined with The democratic idea of doing business Rule or The second great democratic A New Minister to presi ient today sent to the senate tho follow ng nominations Kurt of Vow minister to Edwin of minister to owa McGregor Valentine Woodbine Albert AdeK Shaniey Protests Shan Bishop of North Da called on the secretary of the in terior today and protested against the action of Indian Commissioner Morgan n abolishing one day school and one in dustrial boarding school at and near Turtle Mountain Indian North Bishop Shtinley strongly protested the arbitrary action of the ommissioner in this A Worlds Fair Chairman Chandler of the select committee on worlds fair has appointed the following committee under the resolution which passed the John chairman exofflcio of Illinois Fathan Frank of Missouri Ros well New York Wil of New Arrested for Publishing Lottery Advertise Ala editor and president of the AfjcHcriild company was this morning arrested on a warrant charging him with publishing advertisements of the Louisi anna lottery The United States commissioner held each issue since last Friday a seperato offense and put him under a bond of live thousand dollars to await the action of the grand post office authorities have seized the entire weeklv edition of the of this city because it contained lottery ad Tor a Separate Judge Shepard today Margaret Fitzpatrick gave evidence for a separate maintenance against her John a wealthy farmer of Tazewell She said he had treated her cruelly and that in November he burned down their containing furniture worth belonging to and collected tho in The defendant is said to be worth owning 240 acres of farm laud a few miles from Illinois The court will consider the amount Fitzpatrick is entitled to for She lives at Chicago with Frank Am her son by a former Killed liy the aged and aged were instantly killed tonight by an elec tric light guy wire coming in contact with an incandescent circuit on pond Barnards bands were badly burned aud it is supposed Ryan at tempted to assist him and himself fell a Suit Tor Damages Tor Tolls the suit for damages was brought yesterday on be half of the United States in tho United States circuit court against the Rock Island and Pacific railroad com The suit is for tolls upon one hundred thousand cars carrying freight over the government Mississippi bridge from Rock to and covers a period from March to September Included iu this case is tho toll collected from the Chicago Burlington and Quincy the Rock Island and Peoria Railroad com tho Rock Island and Mercer railroad and the Milwaukee and It is said fifty thousand cars wore carried for these companies at the rate of S3 por POUTICAL Tlie Sick at I S Clarkson is well enough to drive A sore throat caused anxiety to her friends lest diphtheria should develop Frank Hatton is a little better and is able to sit up in bed Population of Jowa census bureau has announced populations as fol lows Council In crease in crease Des increase Appointed WASHINGTON Sept C Hoddv has been appointeu United States Gauger in the eighth district of Illi Dakota Prohibitionists and Farmers Al liance GitAND last night the state convention of prohi bitionists and Farmers Alliance endorsed the republican nominee for lieutenant commissioner of in sane and railroad Andrew the democratic nominees for se cretary of superintendent of in struction and railroad Stevens and nominated for governor Walter Muir Dickinson Novvland attorney and railroad com Ezra Pretty Minnie HofTsmith Arrested for Many Criminal this city lives Louis a wellto do since July when he discharged a hired hand named Johnny has been the victim of a series of attempted his house set on fire and his barn the whole loss of property exceeding As being the author of this series of Minnie an innocent looking German girl with a crippled just past her fourteenth has been She has an honest and to charge her with an attempt to commit arson and malicious mis chief seems First the choice watermelons of De Vauds patch were destroyed and the vines cut This was thought to be the work of some boys of the neighbor and was looked upon as a boyish Less than a week after that a hive of Dees were overturned during the night and parts green was sprinkled over the honey in copious A few days passed and the performance was re Then some one got into the cel larand put paris the and threw a ham into a barrel of soft A large number of cans of fruit were opened and poisou put into One day when DeVaud started to mix her bread she found paris green in the The next outrage was when some one got into tho honse and ruined a quantity of clothing by cutting it with A few days later the house was set on and the family were putting it the barn took Final ly it was noticed that tho Hoffsmith girl was the first to discover and report these things to the and she was arrested on suspicion She declares her AN INDIAN BRIDAL Chicago anil Northwestern Trainmen Dis general ad justment committee of the Chicago and Northwestern engineers and firemen held a secret conference with the gen eral manager and general superintendent this The conference was held as the result of the annnal meeting of the grievance committee which has been in session here for the past two The engineers and firemen have formu lated their grievances which they will ask the management to The grievance committee concluded its labors this afternoon aud adjourned until the next annnal unless sooner called together The conductors of the Northwestern system have formulated a series of de mand upon the They want an increase in salaries of from S5 to 815 per The company is consid ering their demands and will grant the men an it is but not to the extent A FINANCIAL Serious Condition Produced Jy the Fail ure of the Capital fail ure of the Capital bank in this city Wednesday preciptated a financial crisis Anxious depositors formed in line at the paying tellers window of the Commercial the principal financial institution of the anxious to with draw their Checks were paid until when the stock of available cash Friends of the institution offered relief in the shape of money and at four oclock additional funds arrived from Arkansas City and Kansas City and were piled high on the paying tellers The site of so much money reassured the crowd and many decided to leave their deposits with the A firmer feeling exists tonight and It is be lieved the crisis is contractors for tho hew electric railway rented for nse as an office the north half of the building just south of Guest s mnsic house Manager Jones mil occupy the office also until the pow er bouse is completed s Stage Coach Held Ecd dlng and Cedarville stage coach was held up last night by two masked men about twentyfive miles from The Fargo express box and the government way pouch were robbed of about eight hundred The at Journalthis afternoon says that the strike of em ployees of tho West Division Street Rail way company is inevitable and that the time set for it is next It is as serted that there are several causes lead ing up to chief among which are the agitation by political leaders who wish to make political capital out of the situation and antagonism between the two unions comprising the Theofficials of the company have reached tho conclusion that the strike come and prefer to have it They say they propose to make an uncompromising fight and will again employ any of the strikers no matter what it costs that they will hire new men and run cars if they have to load them down with police as the only The National Transportation Association Sept 2C representa tives of the various boards of trade now meeting hero have perfected an organiza to be know n as the National Trans portatioii Association Permanent offi cers were chosen as follows To Uuforo uii Km per tho inventor of the is cnronte to San whence he sails for China to give a parachute descent at the emperors annual He is to re ceive an enormous sum for his perform A Son of Senator Wltshburn Florence Agnes of this cityyand son of Senator of were married here last Uoaseliold From Mrs langle at employment agency you any good girls just now but we have several young Indies who would be wili ng to accept agreeable situations Captain the Please tell me the weathor s catsund dogs quite ror u bark and a yawl have just gone The Ihe newest fashion in Hdies bits Ill doubt less cause a flutter of pleasurcable excitement among the fair nre always sus ceptible to the changes of a fashion plate and thentore startling tho tho more camefatthe gossip tins new Piercus Favorite Prescription Is a positive cure for the which artitct enmles and make their lives This sovereign panaecucan be rclietl on in case of displace ments and all functional derangements It builds up the poor and druggcdout victim and gives her unencd hope and a fresh lease of It is onlj medicine for woman s peculiar weaknesses nnd ailments sold bj druggists under n posltlv e guarantee from the that it will gUebnt ever ormonej refunded Head printed guarantee on bottle KlckaHoleiutheSky Gives HU Friends a Grand Wedding Sioux of the most novel and attractive bridal parties seen in this city was the one that ate the wedding feast at the Cheney hotel yes It was a social event that de serves recognition in the society columns and one that would cause the average member of the 400 to grow green with The marriage had been consum mated at the Winnebago and the high contracting parties were Kicko and SilverWingofthe The name would indicate that at some time he had been a lover of the is not an Indian by but simply by adoption and associ In the vernacular of those who live on the boundless he is a who has his for tunes with Fenimore Coopers noble red men of the By so doing he has signified his willingness to forego the the the bill of fare and other marks of and sit down with hidusky adopted brother and drink canine consomme out of the same On the register was the following in scription KickaHoIeintheSky and thirteen L This was the bridal and at time they gathered about one table to do justice to the feast and tho Aud how they did enjoy it It kepi five waiters busy to attend to thejr multifarious To their untutored minds It did not occur that the billoffare was for the purpose of giving the guest a reasonable variety from whieh to select would prove palatable On the they came to the natural conclusion thatauch in array of was an effort on the part of the hotel management to do honor to the occasion and consequently thev or dered everything in sight And they did not wait to have it served in courses buch a system did not meet with their al They wanted the good things all placed before them at one so thoy could feast their eyes as well as saiate the gastronomkal piopcn sitieb A writer on etiquette would found a theme for a volume in watching them eat Kiiivt11Cork and spoon ivcre used indltrmlntucly this Dallas City Correspondence of Tns DALLAS town is improving Ten substantial dwelling houses have been pat up during the last eight Shipman has leased the large fireproof stone building on the corner of Oak and Third afld has put up an addition to it for groceries and This also is large and and he will move in by the first and open a large general It is the best stand in the The foundations for the three large brick 50x150 for the L Berg Wagon and Cart are being put in and the work will be pushed to completion as fast as A kiln of I two hundred thousand bricks being put O C our genial hotel arrived home today from Burnside where he was shot at and wounded pret ty severely last Sunday by one Walter The favorable Impression produced on the first appearance of tl e agreeable liquid fruit Syrup of Figs few years ago has been more than confirmed by tho pleasant experience of all who have used vnd tno success of tho pro prlotois and manufacturers the Cali fornia Fig Syrnp Company Ylenry AVuttersm nt Itbstoui Sept Urge audience gathered at the Massachusetts Eefoim club to including many distin guished Kgreet Henry Wat ot the Louisville Courier who delivered an address on the political issues of the including the tariff bill and the election The Situation at Tipperarv situation at Tipperary this morning is mtiehmorec tranquil than The streets are still thronged with people who seem to be laboring under suppressed excite but there have been no with the The authorities are taking special precautions against the possibility of an outbreak A detachment of soldiers is assisting the police in maintaining The space In front of the court house is held by a strong guard and police and soldiers are patroling the The session of court for the trial of the conspiracy case was of short duration this be cause the judge of the connty conrt re quired the The were adjourned over till this afternoon despite the protest of Timothy Healy that the trial should be A farther attempt to bring Sergeant of the police to account for some of the clubbing in front of the court honse yesterday will be When the court reopened in the after noon Rohon proceeded with a statement of the crowns case against the He read long extracts from speeches made at various nationalist meetings since the inauguration of the plan of campaign and also quoted resolu tions adopted at these It ap peared to be the object the prosecu tion to prolong the case as far as possi At one point William OBrien with Dillon was to have sailed for the United States next chafingly re minded Eohon that his ship was to sail for America on Thursday adding there appeared to be a race against time between the crown counsel and the When tho court adjourned Eohon was still When adjournment was announced Timothy Harrington made astrong protest against the coarse being pursued by the prose The had no effect npon the and the present policy of the prosecution it is gen erally be maintained to the end of the John Merely departed today for Eng Swedish elections for members of the rikedag are going against the who have had a majority in the house three The returns now show the election of one hundred and sixteen traders and eightyone John Sept 26 Francis member of the house of commons for years An Epidemic in Sept epidemic pre vails in the southern suburbs of this The disease i infectious and the believe it to be Algiers Swept a LOVDO dtpatch from Algiers says acvclone over Urge portion of doing an immense amount of 1 Ifill 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