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Burlington Hawk-Eye (Newspaper) - October 15, 1890, Burlington, Iowa 5 HAWKEYE wrcnxrttsnAv MOBNINa OCTOBER 15 SNEIE COURT VACANCY Good Men Talked of to Sue end Justice frieaaWp for ttel UM of the lat a m theiuccessor of Justice Miller of th i lannsne court has already Sen Judge Sena to Attorney General Miller senMor Teller and exSolicitor Genera of North are suggest al discussed as likely to be consid It is generally believed tha Gresham and Miller are th most likely men for the By th selection of Judge Prcsideu Harrison could make a showing of mag unimlty and at the same time make i urobable that Greshams following would Jot be antagonists in slioiild Harrison desire to succeed him By selecting Attorney Genera jijuer he would provide a life position for Ms and have his advice and nd just the same as though he were ii the if he would ac cent the is a particularly vai able for being vigorou None of these live in the circuit cov by Justice who Hies in the is spoken of as an ex cellent and a young man would be likely to have a long term of Teller also lives in the is spoken of as possible but tot Samuel oi formerly solicitor gen is mentioned as about the only southern man likely to be considered fle is an able and cultured man and fine and would do honor to the posi tion if tie president desires to go south a for Justice Millers funeral were completed The Unices uko place Thursday afternoon teweeu wo and three oclock in the supreme court room at the and iiuaccordance with Millers itheceremonies will be of the simplest At the conclusion of the services the remains will be placed on a special car attached a regular train on the Penn sylvania leaving here at arriving at Chicago the following evcn cokuk at 10 The funeral at Iveokuk will take place from the Unitarian church immediately ata the arrival of the The hon orary pallbearers will probably be Chief Justice Fuller and the associate justices of the supreme lu Honor of Jnatlce the court met today Chief Justice fuller announced the death of Associate Justice and the court adjourned Immediately to Monday Allthedistrictcourtsadjourned today to the memory of the de ceased EsAssistant Postmaster General Clark sent the following telegram from Everybody who knew Judge loved him for his greatness iiid his gentleness will mourn with you In jour He has left a name to be loved as that of the greatest lawyer ind judge of his country in the most Critical era of bis I sou of the late chief jus telegraphed My mother and sister II join lu expressions of strongest sympathy atd Hendricks wired Ac the love and sympathy of your friend uf long Judce Gresham sent the following Gresliam joins me iu sincere syrn latliy lor yourself and family in your freaiand sudden The following was received yesterday the death ol Justice Miller You Stow my estimate of Judge Miller and understand my tender and heartfelt 011 learning of his Justice Field telegraphed from New work where ue arrived yesterday jJKld and myself on arriving from jtunpe toduy were shocked and beyond measure to hear of Asudden attack of iituhavc profound sympathy in jwir great firaerol BelknapB acting of war today issued a genera regird to lhe dcath Genera The war department is to be m mourning for thirty and the day after the receipt of the libiill tettred iUtary L The date of the funeral of the late twjwal Belknap will be determined flwn unul after the announcement of time at which the funeral services m The widow of General wishes to avoid selecting the ate as that upon which the Miller uke as there are many rrsoua who desire to attend both fu she has uls remains shall be buried in uationa r has a large number of ttl iuis of condolence from friends sym ino With her ln her iir them are the following of Keokuk request that k j8 Geueral her dis ed be buried in Oakland v Iowa in the state of the city of his ivCSlecm ll au honor and would be his iuother from Des Moiues says As and comrades of General Bel tL i our heartfelt sympathy jour The survivors of have lost their best Bolknaps funeral will take rsday at ten oclock from ehurchafter Web be laken Arlington nenry lor WOOD BY HIS or for Central T1 Oct melau Miller and ex War Beknap both lie dead nnh P8Ctlvehoiue8 rise moment upon the relations of oj Oue lhine related here that us General Belkuap and rt werc friends of Justice Whel K 8tld by a frlend through uh ev Belknap in Iriends slood 1 hlm the of his f Hlaflueilce him to bread with him as he ne of tbe leading maga Beared a promise r Publi8h sketah of for which a wae that life Belknap be Miller immediately re to hand of river reservation wthern on the Pine fi XtS WA UUfJ 1JJ men and women tion meut risou of tt and every American is asked to s send m a contribution to the taea oflhta Resolutions were adopted favoriug th issagc of the bill introduced in the by Representative o xcw arranging for the marking by the government of the historic spot oi the revolution setting apart thc lit of October as the permanent anniversary or meeting day of the society in com memoration of the discovery of America and requesting that a special buildine or space be set aside in the Worlds Colum bian exposition for the exhibition of relics and other things illustrative of the icriod of the American under the care the lady which ex hibit shall afterward be brought to this city and be permanently continued here GOOD STAET IN Little Bauy ate and ExpcnHive Itaby who made his entree i fouple of weeks ago at ISaltiinore itarts life with a bassinet anc Advices from llaltiuiore saj the furniture of the toilet basket is vory with the family monogram ncribed in turquoise and small The tiny shirts and caps made of woven All the dresses and bibs are oi mre finished with real lace the beautiful lannels are hand embellished with white ilk in Marguerites and rosebud ind in the blankets and larrycoats the nitials are boldly and beautifully raised n art Not only in the spoon but the soap the rattle and the drinking the fork and platter are of sterling and there are solid gold pins for he babys handkerchiefs and rings by he dozen for his babyships IN EXTEA lie Ohio Legislature Itecoiiveneit bv the Ohio Late legislature convened in extra sos ion at ten oclock this morning and after ae reading ofthe call the joint commit tee waited upon the governor who sub mitted a This was read and eferred to the judiciary committee and recess was taken until this after The message sets forth that the ession is called because of the dcplora le condition of the public service at incinuati and for the purpose of secur ng necessary legislation to give the pco an opportunity to select members of crtain boards at the November e says it is unnecessary to enumerate le charges of crookedness which have ecu concerning which the major y of the members are The lessagc says that tintime has come to and adopt a new charter for as already POLYGAMY resident Woodruff SafH Will Obey Constitutional NKW Independent ill publish tomorrow articles received y telegraph from President Woodruff the Mormon and Governor of concerning the action f the Mormon conference of October orbiddiug President Woodruff says The action congress is The church as no disposition to violate the laws or cfy the A revelation of od requires us to obey the constitu onal laws of the Judge Zaue has ecognized thc action of the church as ncere and lioal and lias rescinded the ule excluding Mormon aliens from Governor Thomas said The rnani isto of the president of the church has ow been confirmed by It Hies with the force of a new revelation nd whatever doubt may have been ex ressed as to the purpose and effect of le manifesto as first scut they now icm The gentiles rejoice that ie contest begun so many years ago gainst has finally triumphed r they believe never again will olygamy nourish on American his is the most important event that as occured In the Mormon church in ears and it is believed will result lu reatly advancing the material interests id prosperity of the WILL WELCOME llwankee DMpnbUcann to Hear the Emi nent Main eed is coming here to make a ut Congressman McKinley will not be Jled McKinley was booked for lis but the managers after look g over the situation decided that it ould be best not to bring him ne republican said We have a much etter issue here than the tariff law the ttle school house is a Keed ill speak here on the evening of thc 9th at Schlitz and as there great curiosity to see him he will have big audience Gratlfrinc to The high position attained and the uiversal acceptance and approval of the easant liquid fruit remedy Syrup of igs as the most excellent laxative illustrate the value of the quali es on which its success is based and are bundantly gratifying to the California ig Syrup The Preeldent In president nd party have returned to Washington rom their western As as the president had brcak asted he and Harrison Wok a car age and paid a visit of condolence to fanil of the late Justice Miller he president also ordered the flag on le white house to be put at halfmast as mark of respect to the memory of the ead has been In what Patricks Pills better than 7 Try You will find bat tney produce a are more certain in ud that they not only eansethe whole system and regulate he liver and For sale at box by on of Oie interataw ot ponttnf cf BILLINGS IS The Supreme Court Holds Kmgrsley Committed E ini E8 WiMIsS ber case of the county attorney of Waverly n aiu been reversed by is s ion resulting as before was held iu i John Seys districtcourt at it Judge Neys decision that now The opin is very reviewing the unn upon which the decision is based is that Kiiigsley was found in his office fatally wounded by a pistol shot that beside him lay the revolver from which the shot was lired and in a position in which it might naturally have been if discharged by himself that the discharged must have been placed with the muzzle against the face and under the as evidenced by the eyelashes being and the nose burned and powder stained below the wound and the eyebrow and face above the wound being unaffected that he was a man of guod in the vigor of his physical and if observiii capable of and prompted by law of self preservation would have prevented a deadly assault with a pisuil placed against his face that such a position of the revolver is a natural one for a person committing suicide and an unnatural one for one taking the life of another even in the absence of anticipated resistance that but two shots were fired and but ever been one of Kingslny and one back of the defendant in the head against the that it is inevitable that both shots were fired by thc same person and by either Kingsley or defendant that imme diately preceding the tragic occurrence and connected with it was an altercation charges against Kingsley so grave and important to thc parties as rom their truth or falsity were provoca tions of the moment to serve either as a motive for the taking of human With these undisputed facts uninfluenced jy others the verdict of all men would be that the shots were fired by They would not sustain a ver dict against the defendant even on a basis of They are also of the opinion that the farfamed bullet loles in the clothing substantiate thc above Judge refusiug a new trial although convinced that the verdict was contraryto the evidence was severely criticized and In conclusion the court says After a sec ond trial we may reasonably conclude that the facts on which the state relies Tor conviction are fully presented and hat the state may probably determine he propriety of further We lave announced our views as to sufficiency of evidence to sustain Our conclusion in this respect Is in harmouy with that of the judge who prcsidedat the rial and gave to the testimony long and latieut attention with many added oppor uulties to know Its value and because of we are less reluctant to interfere with the verdict because of waut of vidence than we otherwise would be under well known rule as to caution iu uch These considerations make lur duty plain and the judgment of he district court is again The decision is so positive that it will undoubtedly end the If the Bremer ounty authorities do not at once dismiss he prosecution Hillings can be released n a few days on a writ of linlienn Other decisions State rom Clinton reversed Thiessen City of Belle from Jenton reversed ap from Monroe reversed State ap from Marshall county BOUND TO KILL In Unknown Enemy Punning a Young Man of he young man at Batavia who was so mysteriously shot on the night of Sep iinber has recovered enough to wed tiss Further mystery is add d to the attempted assassination inas uch as a second attempt was evidently launed on his life Sunday the fact util now having been kept Vhi silting in his room alone he sud enly heard somebody working at the By accident his fatherinlaw pproached the house at the same arryirjg a and saw a man disap ear in the Investigation re eals the fact that the screen over the had been Detectives are at work and sensational developments arc ANSWERED DEATHS Harriet of Special to The Harriet wife of led iu this city on last after evcrai days Ketcliam was well known to all as well to the people of many other as owas talented and whose ome has for many years been in Her remarkable talent for culpturiug was developed many years and several specimens of her skill are o be seen at thc capitol in Des be spent a year in Rome not long ursuing her studies and it will be re lembered that she was awarded the rize of SSOO for the best design for the oldiers monument to be erected at Des The funeral will take place to jorrow at two oclock from her late resi euce on Madison street in this TO HONOR HER eoknk Preparing a Memorial Service for Miller and ExSecretary Special to The meeting of IB Keokuk Bar and Business Mens as ociation has been called to arrange for ppropriate service to the memory of ustice Miller and exSecretary The information in the morning dis atches to the effect that the widow of Jeneral Belknap desired that his remains je interred in the Arlington cemetery at ic national capital and that this would kely be done created considerable sur rise and disappointment here as It was onfidently expected that the body of the istinguished dead would be laid to rest n the family lot in Oakland cemetery there repose the remains of his first wife nd Numerous telegrams were eut from here in behalf of the ity the other organizations adby private individuals requesting lat interment be made The Iowa Epworth DES November a state convention of all the Epworth in Iowa will be held There chapters iu the and repre great advant hard facts jus braskt The state officers of the leagn are president Eve and Miss Mary Kennedy corresponding The conveu Uon will last several and ample ar rangementu will be made for the enter talnment of its 8IAB AT He Accorded a Warm BeceptlonATell ot Taa hal1 despite the bad even some fifty ladii ventured out to hear the champion of n The speaker was at hi best and no more attentive audience ever greeted a speaker than Old Bus ness faced on that In clear and forcible language he presented th showing facts and ligurcs to bring out his points and fo two hours and twenty minutes gave in vincible arguments in favor of the doc trine he H was a grand treat and so logically were the issues discusse that much good will result therefrom Iu his discussion hi said th tariff was a dry issue fo an but we refute thi charge from the simple fact that 1 a mighty interesting speaker to hold an audience and the ex governor made the subject so full of in terest that not a voter left the room and hardly u shuttle of feet could be so interested were the people He Is not what you would call au orator but his long experience iu public affair places hiiri to age and the roll out word after word and so convinc because he is acquainted and knows whereof he How he did talk about thc McKinley bringing out advauages and the great benefit th country would derive from How im poriant it was to our agricultural inter binding twine how it related to spoke of lhe development of the beet sugar Indus try discussed the liquor question showet up the falsity of the statement thai American agricultural implements wen fold cheaper in foreign markets than ai home denounced the story of the Chica go boot and shoe dealer marking au ad vance price on goods OH account of MeKinley as a very cheap campaigi After talking about the markets o the world aud how they were governed he took up the silver the pension disability cited the lottery the mis representation in congress frou the and many other all o which were logically and conclusively brought It was au earnest appeal to the and although many im portant questions were left owing to it was an invincible anc is bound to result in good and to the credit of our able and worthy congress THE IOWA STATE Will Meet In Annual Convention at Dee Moinea on October DKS The president of the state farmers alliance has issued a call for the annual to be held in this city October at Hibernian The ratio of representation will be one delegate from each local and three delegates from each county The call says U is the utmost importance tlmt there should be a full representation from evcri local past year has lieen one of thc most not only Iu the history of the Iowa alliance but In lhe alliance work over the en tire United The work or has been purhed with ifreat energy and rapid ity and especially in the Iowa al Several hundred new alliances will be pre sented for the flrst time in our annual mert ing and it is tncrofore imi new clement should bo fi as a result or this me ne a unity of sentiment both in matter of be lief and will enable the alllianccto move onward to irreater achievements in The future than has been made in the past To this end the local alliances should con sult aud siIt ct truly representative men by whose matured and well considered iudir mont they are willing to be In addition to the usual UtscusBiou of pub lic measures and policies and the election of the question of giving the local alli anccs ijower to adopt mcret work when they deem it expedient will be brought before the alliance in accordance with a resolution adopted by the excutive Other meas ures of ureat importance will eome before the and therefore a full attendance la of the utmost important that this i fully ami neeting there should STATE Kllen Pouter In the Inter citing Sedition Special to The DES seventeenth annual convention of the Womans Chris tian Temperance Onion convened The report of the secretary shows County 100 number of 452 meetings pledges new The number in attendance at the con vention is variously placed at 400 and The meeting will be quite inter esting as the question of a nonpartisan stand will be brought forth either this evening or Ellen Foster Found Dead on the DES dead body of a man was found on thc Rock Island railway track in East Des He was evidently about forty years dressed as a and had not the ap pearance of having been The fingers of both hands were He was identi fied as lived near where he was and leaves a wife and a A few days ago he ialled upon the mayor and asked for work that a man without hands could He said his hands had been frozen off while driving stage in The family came here from Sioux and Her of Wesley Kossuth Is minus and a A few days ago Nelson was notified that she had Inherited by the death of her As soon as the money was received she turned it over to her husband to pay off a mortgage on his farm and other small The mort gage but Nelson has disap taking not only his wifes legacy but several hundred dollars that he raised among his friends on the strength of lu the Seventh Congresflional Special to The DES re publican congressional convention of the seventh district assembled here Ole of was chairman of Des of Dallas of Marion and of Warren were The tenth ballot resulted Caldwell Hays resulting in the tatters which was made Took a DOM of a tenant on a farm two miles west of committed suicide Sun day night by taking Miner sold a load of potatoes at and on returning his wife upbraided him for not getting a better He flew into an ungovernable seized a bottle containing poison and rushed out into the night and was found dying shortly fV sentatives from all of them are Uny noted men will speak among them being President Holmes of Simpson Indianola of Cincinnati I editor of the Epworth of CkrUllan cknreh DES gen eral convention of Christian churches in America will begin It session in this city October SO and continue five Rep resentatives trom foreign lands are ex membership of the con vention will aggregate nearly a thousand Disappeared With of tbe VIRTUALLY AN ACT OF WAR Great Occupation of th Zambesi of Forclxn looks as If Lor Salisbury was trying to force a war upo Portugal in order to revive the jiug feeling In England and divert public ai tentiou from hnme affairs I rumors which have reached Loudo within the last twentyfour hours should turn out to be acts of hostilit amounting to war have already bee The greatest excitemen prevails throughout Portugal over th news from if confirmed will show that England Is determined t enforce the provisions of the Anglo Portuguese convention without wait Ing for the approval of Por England has for a long time aspired to the control of the besi and the free navigation o that important stream was the leading clause in the convention which ha aroused so much opposition in Lisbon In accordance with the ultimatum which was sent by Lord the English have now forcibly entered the river Portugals right to ap prove or disapprove the compact and virtually committing an act of Thf feeling of the Portuguese generally I strongly in favor of retaliation agalns Great Britain and the socialists aredoing all they can to stimulate the popular ex A revolution is Sev era Spanish menofwar and an Italian naval division are at watchin the course of KuMiKPoland will return this week from his hunting domain In Russian It is the only place in Europe where wild bison are yet to be The czar has shot several will his own The new Russian the Twelv is spoken of by the Peters burg newspapers as a pledge that fiussia will yet take possession of the Bosporus The order comnelling the Jews to leav Sebastopol was it is explained because Sebastopol has been made naval port of and according to the custom in such cases it was necessary to exclude Jews as foreigners from the The new project of erecting Ga the Austrian province of Poland into a with the Fran cis as is laughed at here as a mere dodge to throw dust in the eyes of the A there is no formal alliance between France am Russia the evidences of a very close un ierstandlng are becoming brench government has recently votei over for the improvement o he residence of the ambassador at St It is known that the objec of this is to enable the minister to give a bail this winter at which tha czar am czarina will be Russian im perial etiquette prevents the emperor rom dining at the house of any man be ow the grade of but allows him to ake supper at a The French am bassadors house being the yard was covered and fitted up as a ball room last winter and the empress caught a severe Hence the improvement The coming ball will afford an opportu nity for a demonstration of the czars good will to It is also rumored at Berlin that a new gold loan is being icgotiated at Paris for the Russian gov Lord Salisbury bus instructed the British minister at Paris to protest against the statement published in the new Rnssophile the Union that the English govern nent instigated the assassination of the Omperor of The paper in question continues to make the most vir ilcnt attacks upon the accusing their nation of all sorts of Dillon latest news about Dillon and OBrien is that they lave lauded on the coast of Brittany and are by this time in Havre ready to take next steamer for New There s now no reason to dojibt that they loarded a yacht owned by a wealthy arnellite member named Murphy at a mint near Waterford and made straight or the French The trial at Tip now that the chief defendants have has little public in and the proceedings con ist mainly of wrangles the vulgar and bumptious barris er who has charge of the case for the and counsel for the t will result in the conviction of a few unimportant but the political coup mended by Secretary Hal four has been balked by the light of the two leaders whom he hates most among the Parneil te Portugal Mlnlnterial CrlnU Los Times Lisbon orrespoudent says telegrams from Mo ambique report that a British force of ight hundred men has penetrated to lanica and that two gunboats have ntcred the This news has re moved all reluctance on the part of the ministers to assist Senator Sousa in the isk of forming a new Thus lie crisis is Newspapers abuse ingland with greater violence than Payment on Draft bankruptcy ourt has issued an order stopping pay icnt on a draft for drawn against IM sum which was deposited with an American banking firm by James Meld London who re ently The order was Issued at he instance of the firms International Quakers inter ational congress opened its session at Birmingham yesterday with four bun red and fifty delegates This umber Includes many American and anadian The Cax of the Aceaned the request of prosecutor for the the ourt at before which OBrien nd Dillon and other defendants are be ig tried on charges of today Ismissed the charge against hose illness prevents his attending The trial of the remaining de ndants will not orelcm Conference OB the MeKlnley in com lentlng on the Berlin Pnttn statement lat European governments were con erring upon the McKinley declares lat such conferences amount merely to n exchange of Ideas and that no precise roposals have been bet ftanr Bectmental is known t the war office regarding the reported lutlnous actions of the East Surry regi Dock Dtepate dock dispute las been settled on the basis of the pay nent of a shilling per ton for unloading nstead of the hour A Coalmen new cabinet to ty took the oath of allegiance to the The ministry is a coalition Deataad a AMsmaDAw iiootin tht cIilists was held to dls king recently refused an audience to Tin who thereupon charged the minis try with basing his accusation on the ground that the If ougbt to be other wise a regency should be Tlcdall today made a speech demanding the establishment of a A reso lution to the effect that the interest of royalty had been seriously prejudiced and that the crown had lost prestige was OUloa Paris correspondent says Is re ported that Dillon and OBrien have just passeil through Paris en route to Three Baraed to a fire on the ScheiMcbtbagen estate hear Schewerln today three servants burned to Many cattle perished DUrecarded governor of Mozambique telegraphed Saturday that the Bpitish stern wheel gunboats which were at at the mouth of the ascended the river notwith standing the protest of the Portuguese Saaaim la Digna is pre paring to attack Arrange ments are being made to send reinforce A Conservative Government the federal commissioner in the can con of has quietly reinstated the con servative government and the federal has Urand mike Nlelioltu Duke who became insane during the recent army maneuver in will be conveyed to Crima to spend the win A DlHUfttriouit a speech in the chamber today the premier declared the present strike In Australia had been al most as disastrious to the country as a The he was determined to be The King or Sad THE prime min ster today informed parliament that the conference had decided the king unfit to reign by reason of his A Large Soclallm Voncren at large socialist congress of collectivists is In session here o consider the question of cooperative FUHIBAL OF GBSEHAL of People Wltnru the Immenxe ProeeMloii of funeral of Catherine wife of the general of the Salvation took place today and was made the occasion of a great demonstration by that Despite the bad weather thousands of persons assembled on the streets to wit ness the funeral All railroads entering London ran ex cursion and the throng in the city was augmented by immense numbers of Salvationists and their friends from the There was also a large at tendance from foreign The crowd on this occasion surpassed in point of numbers those which gathered to wit ness the show on the lord mayors The remains of Booth were con veyed to her quarters by Queen Her collin was placed upon a kind of gun on which were also placed the deceaseds bonnet and When the procession formed today the gun car riage was drawn into position In the The members of the Booth family then took their places and the procession started from the There were fifteen bands in All those who took part in the procession were ifficers of the privates and their rieuds not being allowed to Thousands of persons flocked to the cemetery to witness the last The iloominess of the scene was added to by he dense fog which never once lifted luring the whole General iooth stood at the head of the grave and the burial Officers of the Tiny from various ports of the British the American continent nd Asia delivered TERRIFIC Many Vessels in Danger of Wreck on the Big Seveaal Atbore aad a Maaibar of LoetBeavy Sturau lu Plree la forth worst storm I of the season is reported from Che lakes this At Oscoda many vessels I had taken refuge in the harbor and were dragging their anchors in imminent dan ger of going At Port Arthur I the wind Is blowing at the rate of forty I miles an All the material in use I in the construction of the breakwater has I washed away and a considerable portion I of the structure is The men work1 ing on the breakwater were rescued this I morning with At Alpena the I barge Warner was blown ashore I and went to She was owned in Bay Citv and valued at The schooner of went ashore In White Fish It is thought she can be got off when the seas go An immense fleet has taken shelter from the storm in Pigeon Lake The Storm la Went storm in West Virginia Monday night did a great I deal of to buildings and particularly along the Monon gahela river and its Traffic m the Baltimore and Ohio between Wheeling and Pittsburg was closed until j this morning when communication was again At TridelpMa a bridge was washed away and communlI cation with Upper Monougahela lias been A gentleman who left Morgantowu by boat on Sunday morn ing arrived today by The only I life lost by the storm so far is William of aged He had crossed the creek to rescue a little child and on his way back the horse lost his I footing and Winters and the animal were PBAIBIKS Inuueoxe Damage Done to and Stuck In North North I one of the railroad commis1 sioners of North resides at An1 west of the Missouri wbere I he is interested in stock He re1 uorts a deplorable condition of affairs I among thi ranchmen in his district re1 sultant from recent unprecedented prai1 rie fires between Hart and Cannonball I and in the valleys of both the dcI strnctlon has been almost complete I while about the Killdear mountain and I east of there nothing has been left for I stock to live At Riverside I rancii at the mouth of the Little Hart T river five hundred tons of hay and three I head of cattle were burned up I the Parkins on the Cannonball the loss was the Wickes I ranch lost everything except the build In all settlements In the valleys of the Canuonball and Knife rivers the loss has been quite the fire I going completely through the In almost every instance in the valleys small farmers have lost their crops and feed for During the course of the tire the wind was blowing a I At Riverside ranch eight hundred feet in had been but the flames leaped over them as If they were not Ranchmen are inclined to lay these to Indians from the Fort Yates reserf who come up into the valleys of the Cannonball and Knife rivers and drive game burning the prairies I behind them to prevent the game from I going before being killed or I The ranchmen assert they will be able to I get strong circumstantial evidence if not I positive proof against these and propose Co take thft matter before the I proper authorities to prevent a repetition I f their present SOCIALISTS IH A Prove to Be In the Majaritv In the Halle the socialist con gress today an exciting discussion took ilace between the liberals and n which the former proved to be in the Herr Singer advocated agita ion by parliamentary methods and de lounced those who were opposed to achieving the alms of socialism with he weapons furnished by the law mid The congress fin ally voted a resolution in favor of lerr Sinners much to the disap pointment of the most violent elmenet the feeling against Herr who is accused of insincerity nd of being a socialist for revenue s and it appears certain that will not be permitted to remain In he The congress agreed to ap Doint a committee to inquire into the dis utes between the socialist parliamentery eaders and the Berlin Reso utious were adopted declaring that the ocialist deputies in the reichstag should ontinue Co urge the demands of the octal democrats against the ruling of the niddie classes their legislative activity hould be dreeled toward the improve icnt of the position of the working lasses both politically and economically he party should also maintain the exist ng right cf the coalition until the full iberty of the meeting and association ad been Liebknechtattributed he onslaught against parliamentarism n the press to a The atlon found fault with not because the peoples rights were not bet er studied by but because of he stupidity of its indifference to the Several foreign delegates made leir first appearance today and were eceived with An especial warm welcome was given to Fran the daughter of Karl and dlle Ouesde and who repre nt the French socialist lutla Horrlll BeElected to the Senate the senate today Justin Morrlll received T votes for United States senator Ed ard Phelps In the house Mor II Phelps Both houses will eet In session Wednesday and armally announce the election of Ball Property Sold by the effects the Athletic Base Ball club at Twenty xth and Jefferson streets have been old by the sheriff or less than to atlsfy a claim for for Forelgm Mea Vbltlag English and erman iron and steel men have broken into parties and under the guidance local committees are visiting points of terest In and about the Chairman Vooley H Ass ooley left last night for Washington to sume his duties as chairman of the In rstate commerce aUaera Granted rolt mine have conceded the de iDds of the striking ngelinc miners are Lake RAILROAD Interstate Commerce Railway tion Preiddeuu Diflcam the presidents of I the lines in the Interstate Commerce I Railway association held a meeting to1 day and disscussed the railway situation I for some They hardly seemed to I thinc the emergency sulliciently strong to justify them in doing anything now I toward reorganizing the association or I attempting to straighten out the compli cations that exist in the freight and pas senger FOU6HT A Tragic Ending of ramilv in North some I time past McRary has been suspi cious of a relation between his wife and Oscar A short time ago he ordered Barringer out of his house and warned him to keep away on penalty of Last Barriuger sent a note to McRary asking for a It fell into the hands of the who sent word to Barringer that he must leave the state or fight a Barringer decided to fight and the men met last Barringer was killed and McRary has The BevlnloB Committee revision I committee of the Presbyterian general assembly closed its first session to I meet again at Washington on February The chief discussions of the committee were upon chapters nine and Several changes were subject to in chapters seven and The discussions of the committee have been thoroughly harmonious and the conciu1 sions reached thus far were practically I The committee believes the report will lie fully which will receive the approval of the general as sembly and be adopted by the presby The Brotherhood of twentysev I Bnth annual convention of the BrotherI iiood of Locomotive Engineers begins I here The executive commit1 tee was In session One feature in the line of new business is the proposi tion to accept a membership in the Order Of Railway Chief Arthur would not express any views on this saying it is for the convention to It is understood General Master Workman the Knights of will lay an import ant communication before the conven Its nature is not A Prominent physician and old army I surgeon in eastern Iowa was called away trom home for a few days during his ab1 sence one of children contracted a f Tr CKld Dd hi8 wife bought a bottle of Chamberlains Cough Remedy for They were so much pleased with the remedy that they afterwards used sev eral bottles at various He from his experience with he regarded it u the most reliable preparation in use or and that It 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