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   Burlington Hawk-Eye (Newspaper) - November 11, 1890, Burlington, Iowa                                TUESDAY ESTABLISHED liSEDTflE MThurston Gives Views of ihe His thus in his eWrUT Bill Struck a KUinc Market preridentlal JSrror Illinois Klectluu Thurs Of president of the repub lican league of clnbs of tlio United in an interview here today on the recent lection referring to the influence 3 tie McKinley bill result The nat arsl tendency of prices was smong which can be named boots and Juinber and other commodi although the tax was reduced upon jiesc and other We struck market with the passage of ihe McKinley bill and all this is laid to jodre Thurston thinks Nebraska and every other western state will go ropub JICSB I he there trill bo a revival of stalwartism in the jepublican such us to make 1S90 i great republican re publican workers all over the country did not take an active part in this cam They felt as though their services to the republican party han been under But in 1892 these personswill lie at work in support of some candidate irto will arouse enthusiasm and these Tery men will lead to victory as hereto The result of the recent elections las not put an eud to the presidential dances of either William McKinley or Thomas but it has probabl y postponed their Blaine or Algcr would be winners at the head of the liclet in 1S92 2ATKB FIGUBES IT and lUlsre jiretenhitlon i Great Factors iu the of who helped frame the McKinley tariff bill as a mem ber of the ways and means is in He says that ignorance misrepresentation were great factors m tlie and that the cause of the democratic victories was the fact that this is an off Ths federal election he had an effect secondary only to the off year while misrepresentations about the new tariff helped to produce 1111 farorable results in republican There is no likelihood of the republican party undoing what it has done in the way of consistent revision of the tariff simply because that revision has been The bill will stand so In as the present congress is In the next congress the democrats will bo tumbling over each other with free trade The with a small republican will be looked upon as a bulwark against this sort of yet it may not answer the purpose in every The votes of certain western republican senators on the McKinley bill makes that fact I think that the greatest danger to ihe present tariff act lies in a sugeestion made by Senator He proposes that the act be dislocated by tho passage ot a number of special bills and not by attempting a systematic revision in one bill embraelu all the For a bill could be passed repealing the duties oii tin Then another bill providing for tho repeal of the binding tvriuc As many of those bills could te as it might be thought expedient to send to ihe senate tndeacn particular one would appeal to some If carried out it would be s case of breaking the bundle of sticks one stick at a get it would bo nece greatest man If he o can ccitalnly nor do I think r him to leave avowed candi A LIFE CRUSHED Tragic End of a Man at DBS Moine force bill deads tons tohsfpn 10 Cruel Cur redstate Special to The Xov The unio M 4uustM8 IaQ name nS at fiftCOn mmutes afte pound The corn ield icporle tons cent of the of S3 Per body irains and ontrals hem for some in How nt oceurcd and how the mar ablfsfnupeet the inquest A fees Si was attempting to climb into th the south or firemans side Wing to the slippery track he f el wheels and J was found and the vno main drive wheels on bm pairmcnt favorable of but to rS rf The princi ls in the corn His death dental but hints of 0UB CATTLE ARE Secretary Rusk No 1leuro rneu tnonU JUiihts Jn The attention o Secretary Husk was today called to tne report in which the British Minister of Agriculture Chaplain is repre sented opposing the removal of the resirictions of the liritish asking live cattle from the United The secretary said Chaplain was taking ihe side of those whose interests led thorn to oppose the free introduction of American store cattle and seemed to for et that this country had abundant evi dence tliat there exists among purchasers ofstorccattloin England and Scotland a widespread feeling in favor of unre stricted importation of cattle from this provided they can be allowed perfect safety to British The secretary construes the resolution re cently adopted by tho agricultural coun cil to mean that it is simply a question time when the British government feel obliged to remove the re from any country which tsn show conclusively that such oisease has been Just as SMn as sufficient time Jn my elapsed since the last case of pleuro pneu monia occurred in this said the I shall make an official jwaration of its complete eradication shall strive to satisfy the British fverament lhat the disease does not ex this does ot secure the wuidrawal of these England Tilnavetoat least abandon the charge Mine unhealthfulness of our cattle as a There are as well as scll and Probably see their interests also receive some w to Secretary Chap nm that pleuro pneumonia Kistcd Secretary Ilusk said J oooesltatingly challenge Chaplian to wmi out a single case of pleuro pneu tu cxlslHK among American cat 01 I cannot tell what is bis of but whatever it grieviously One thing and that is that it is now over months since any allocations have made by the British officers of tho j of Peuro pneumonia among States landed in MLITAET Adjntant General McKeevcr cuHgentiie AdjU neral in Ms annual ffinch secretary of devotes jDll to the subject of military ihe average number of stud en years of age attending institutions during the past schol lend lea was 31G49 whom Sll at iriliT drills and infantry Ihe total number of pupils rc having received military in during the last quarter of the Keevw T ls General Mc Oneofthe obstacles pointed reports to thoroughly r military the i number ol students is The best results m be obtained until each university ge favored with army detail military driUs and instruction upon a laa1e students of In o physically and Indn adequate facilities mouths during the winter BUIRI LEADS HIS WAS on tlie Presidential Ontlook lor stte Representa of tho democratic committee ofPcnnsyl for his homoto X Kerr that effort had been made to put nomination for the prcsi Thcre is not yet even in that he result of the election Speaker Heed out of the t it would not ports scarcity and warrants high prices The low rates of vield of the prindnai states arc follows New York P Pennsylvania Jlichican Ohio Illinois Iowa Nebraska 27 Xow Hampshire and Vermont The yields in the hay crop are as a throughout the Tho cane sugar crop will be a large one and sugar beets have done well west of Tho McKinley Bill All 10 is little expectation that anything will bo done at coming session to modify the Mc Kinley act in any of its provisions of McKinley of of Pcnnsjha onc ot tuo framcrs of that the bill is all right and will in time become is believed to voice the republican Besides tnere is excellent reason to believe that President Harrison will also sound the keynote of his party upon this question in his forthcom ing He will insist it is un that after the bill shall have been fully tested the misapprehensions regarding it will disappear and the effect will be a revolution in He will urge the party not to recede an iota from its present but to remain true to its princi ples without regard to Secretary Wlndom will also treat the jcct from an optimistic standpoint and thus the administration itself will set the pace for the leaders in the house and senate to Any other the prcsidedts friends would be Many of the western senators it is prefer a more moderate They can only secure by going squarely over and voting with the They cannot afford to do nor ia there much probability that they William Springer for belief that a northern democrat should bo the speaker of the next house is gaining strength each Strange to the southern press is adopting this with The Charleston KCWS and Courier is out for a northern not alone for but for northern men for chairman of the leading This morning the Baltimore Sun has an editorial express ing the same The Sun also asserts that the west should havo the speaker ship and expresses a decided lean ing toward Of him the Sim says Springer is an excellent parliamentarian and in the bouts with the speaker during the past session endeared himself greatly to the democrats of tho whole country by his resolute and persistent resistance to Reeds His candidacy possesses a number of important ele ments of not the least of which are his long experience and his personal popularity with democratic members from all Ait Eye oa tjie Stock Windom was kept fully advised of the condition of tho inouey market today but did not feel called on to take any ac tion in the matter beyond the pnschase of all the silver bullion that was offered to tho The director of tho mint said that this was done for tho re lief of the The available trcas urv cash balance will bo used principally iu the redeption of per cent The secretarys offer of October 9 to re deem this class of bonds on presentation at with interest to tember still Bonds are coming in very and tho total redemption to date is less than five million MlnUtcr Lincoln Will Not Resign III Kobert minister to this morn ing said in the most positive man ner that the stories that he intended to resign his post is absolutely Minister Lincoln called at tho White House this afternoon and had apleasant interview with tho in the course of which he said he would leave for Chicago tonight and expected to remain there until his to London about the end of IOWA Chances Mad in Iowa for tue Week was probably aeci suicide were bean where the iuques was held Tho coroners in quest returned a verdict of accidcnta road attach no blamo to llie ra1 BOLD A Badly Wanted Trlo ut tcr bur for whom the police were watch arrived at Key three miles Irorn here Saturday They asked for a ride on a brewery Alter climbing upon tho vehicle thevlired a bullet into tho back of the driver Jacob and demanded H0 gave them S100 in silver and slipped S300 under the cushion of the They then jumped off the Haudenschield drove rapidly to the city and had the ball extracted rom his is seriously in Tha thieves A dis patch was received yesterday from Wyoming requesting the officers to be on the lookout for this same trio of burglars who had raided that town Friday several stores were entered and a large amount of goods Several farm houses were also robbed and from ouc was The burglars had been but escaped from tho The three rogues were captured by Sheriff yesterday and aro now safelyIodged in tho county jail The capture was made at Center Grove near the scene of their dastardly and murderous They are all and every indication points to the fact that they are the same persons who committed tho wholesale burglaries iu Jones last Friday IOWAS Onicinl Heturus From fortySix DES returns from fortysix counties show McFarland Chamberlin Lyons Withers Beeson White Stone Mackey Luke Dey Rothrock Wolfe Pray Sankey Reynolds Ivory McFar lands the indications will be about Dey is probably lieeson Is considered Henry Countys OlHclal Special to The MOUXT cial returns complete from Henry county Rive Special to Tho fo lowing postoffice changes were made in Iowa during tho week ending November 8 Humboldt Frank postmaster Warren SaraK Dis Polk Post maVter Clay Tne South Dnfcota dispatch from Governor Mellettes ol the Huronites will no Oklahoma The legislature today The egisaure o territorial capital to approre or veto believed he will veto it Drowned VWle die j wore John 1C Supreme at y Secretary of 31 e State Geo I0 i Suite 21 Attorney General John 23 10 Clerk Supreme 28 10 llcporter Supreme 27 i Kailrnad Calod 30 6 DistrictJ County John Clerk Disrrlc 5 8 County Frank 7 J55 Over SeventyTwo Million Shipped Oat of Towa In a Special to The HawkEveJ DES Dairy Commissioner Tupper has com piled his report of the amount of butter shipped out of state by the various rail roads for the year ending October All the roads have reported save tho Chicago and Northwestern and the amount ia placed at 31 arion Countys Special toThe follow ing is tho vote of Marion county on the state ticket 2260 Chamber 2551 2260 2550 2355 2043 225S 2552 2241 Balance of state ticket same as secretary of Will Itcluitate Joint Special to THE DES traffic manager of the Illinois writes to the railroad commissioners this morning stating that that road will re instate joint rates at An order was issued by the road some time ago putting the rates into effect but the company made complaint to the board concerning the matter and upon for warding the complaint to the board the rates have been Costly Ctiel at Special to The fires occurred here yesterday and one this The last one completely de stroyed the residence of In a New Field of who was for several years manager and receiver of the Madison jfarrow Guage is now vlce accept a clerkship in the cnsmeers TheheadquartersareatLampasas I by n serious accident occured at ten miles from this whero a new bridge being built across the Cedar A which several men Injuring four AJarshall had an arm B collar bone and finger and Jim Shannon hurt about the bamuel Deauer was slightly bnannon is the most seriously hurt and it may prove LottciiuB Still Vnms the MASOT X0v the last few days this section has been BoodedwithbUnk lottery circulars and orders from the Hamburg Germany Lottery These ciiculars came through the nothing being printed on the envelopes bnt tho man to whom ho letter is sent Notwithstanding the stringent law many have Ixen If d to m est liberally in the Killed by tile bpcolal to The HuwkEyeJ Marl a farmer living eighteen miles east Oi was run over by the cars Satur day night and waa found Sunday morn ing His right leg and tho lingers of both his hands lie died last evening of hisjnjurlcs jlo leaves a wife and four smal children Worth of Ole of Special to The well known prize herd of Berkshire hogs owned by Prine and of this have been almost completely wiped out by Within the past two weeks ino head valued at havo A Representative Citizen Special to The Abra one of our representative citizens ind for twentyfive years one of the lead ng dry goods merchants of this died suddenly of heart disease here yes Scaltteil to Special to Tbc formerly of fireman if the furnaces in the Frankel block of his was so badly scalded ycster lay that he died four hours He has no relatives LORD MAYOR Crowds View the Annual Municipal Pageant at llaiiquet tu the the Salisbury on the General ICore iff a Jfe A Duck Special to The HawkliyeJ son of acci shot and killed himself while duck hunting near here A Cheap Summer The bis bridge is the coolest place in he two cities upon a hot very persons cross it on the promenade fter Those who do have a and one that is bound o provoke Several months ago a school teacher hai a very ob tinate attack of which wonld ot yield to dregs or ho mental exercises suggested for the relief of the newspaper man advised her to take ridge at night in moderate For six weeks she epent an hour on the bridge acli night before going to She at tracted the the police before lie got she conquered the and it has not It is not an unusual sight to see jessed men nodding or sound asltep on he seats around the towers or along the romenade at 2 cr 3 oclock in the inorn The police do not seem to disturb and a nap up there is said to be ne of the most refreshing things in the An entire family strolled across he bridge from Brooklyn and back again jetween U and 4 oclock the other morn Tho father carried a babe in his rms ami two children walked with the They were all neatly nd looked as if they had corae out of ot deeping rooms to get a breath of fresh pure York and general manager of a rail Chamberlains Conj roMln Teiair Miss will J For sale by A k Cooking on Hot Two treasury derlrs were looking out f a window the north front of tlio nilding in Washington upon the smooth pavement unprotected rom the becomes hot enongh to al most blister your feet through the soles f your That pavement is hot enough to fry said one said the I bet yon that it A few rniirntes when lunch hour tho two men stood out on the where the temperature over ead was about One of them had egjj in his Holding it close to ie pavement he clipped it open with a and let the contents fall upon the eated There was a little siz and the albumen began to grow white and What did I tell yousaid the tri umphant and then the two men went and cooled on A Fortune in Jean a rich merchant and ship wner in the Ehine died in leaving a fortune of Louis 6r in Paris and thalersinthe enice His heirs for some un mown reason did not draw tho money roin the depository in so at tha nd of the last century Napoleon found still untouched and appropriated it to 10 use of his For the last thirty ears the descendants of Thiery have jeen trying to fiud a way of he thalers with ently they all met in and re jolved to send their lawyers to to ovo tho French government to pay ver an It was said that the rench chambers had already considered leir claims find advised the government o pay Chicken Stcnlinp Chicken thieves raided the henroost of fanner near early he other Just after the thieves ot to work a heavy log in front of the oops dropped and exploded a big tor The fanner was up and after the wo thieves iu a few He chased hem to tho Second They jumped n and started to swim and he In the middle of the stream e caught oce of the The other swam baclc and hit hjm in the tunned for a momenthe released his man and When he came to the surface he had recovered from the ut the fugitives were beyond ow Severe Oolda are Broken Up in tho Virginia City Mont When we find a medicine we know to ossess genuine we consircr it a and wo take pleasure In telling the ubllc what It Such a medicine we und Chamberlains Cough last when Ia grippe was e are satisfied that we warded off sev al attacks that were threatening by is use o this and we have since In a few severe nd in the course of two or three ntirely broken them up by its as lave several of our friends to whom we ave recommended It is all that It Is ipresented to be by the you have a cough and want to stop It fcamberUlni Cough Bemedy do toe bavory was today installed lord mayor of London with all the pomp that has for attended the For the first time iu tho history of the municipality the celebration came a day owing to tho fact that thiyear 9 fell oa Sunday A quarter of a million of people thronged the aud tho usual scenes of iun and frolic wcia wit Tho lord mayors procession shorn of one of tho distinguishing feat ures of last i when Bdrnums circus had the right of and a good sized menagerie of elephants and leopards formed a special escort to Lord Mayor As the lord mayors coach was a magnificent affair in blue ana and drawn by eight cream colcrcrt ridden by postilions in All the municipal de partments turned out m At the hcaa of the nreiuens contingent the now noted dog the lives of twenty children in amany sat in state upon an Improvised throne in an open The new lord received an enthusiastic re ception all the eveuing he gave the customary banquet to the Secretary replying to coast to the announced all iho regular troops would be armed with new magazine rifles next Lord In replying to the The he re garded as a good omen of peace the fact that ti o czarowicli was about to vssit India as a guest of tho Although the dispute with Portugal had not been so hippily arranged as the matters with France and Germany still tho position did not justify any sinister apprehen Keferrlnc to Lord Salis bury said tho McKinley tariff law would certainly affect SOKIO portion of the Brit ish 1ree traders could re joice over tie recent electoral victories in the United States as to protect against arid utterly urotoc tiou but they must not draw con clusions too They must still face the prospect of the prohibitive England had no retaliatory scheme as she had reduced her own tariff to the lowest Keferring to the relations between labor and the premier said if they had an eighs hour bill forbidding men to exercise their strength and skill an hour or two thus imposing hindrances on they must be prepared to meet as a natural result the victories competition of other countries where labor was cot so The ho would not interfere at all in disputes between tho and Unwise theorists and interested poli ticians might bo misleading some work but the heart and mind of the country would remain patriotic and true to tho economic and commpricial tradi The premier said he believed the McKinley bill was to the idea that American pigs had failed to receive proper treatment at the hands He regarded tho tariff question as the worlds conflict of the fu It will be an interesting consideration for he whether our attitude can be sustained or whether the madness of our neighbors will force us to deflect in any degree from the sound sensible position we now The premier declined to enter into political the futility ot he recent events had For Boulanger won byelections ia all the elections of France but failed to win in the Skilled wire pullers in Amer ica were surprised at the sudden uprising of free and European political men were equally astonished at the defeat of the government in Qearlnj tlie Appeal of appeal of Czs the Swiss who was ar rested in London on the charge of killing Councillot Rossi during the recent revolt In Ticino and whoso extradition was ordered by the lower English caino up for hearing In the hfnh court of justice Sir Charles for tho argued that movement was a popular revolution and therefore the killing of Rossi was a polit ical crime for which his client could not be The hearing adjourned until Stanley Will Prottecnte Accusers iu the Guard Pall UTall Ga zMe says Stanley will prosecute Walter Barttelot and others who have brought charges against him in connection with tho controversy regarding the rear guard of the Einln relief Stanley has retained George Lewis and Sir Charles Russell to conduct his Hlotlne Feared In of she radical association waited upon tho mu nicipal council today and presented a pe tition in favor of universal At tho same time an immense crowd of workingmen assembled around the Hotel Deville waiting tho result of the The burgomaster promised tho delegates that the bill should be introduced into tho This failed to satisfy the who received it with threatening The num ber of people in the crowd is estimated at ten The government holds a largo force of troops in readiness for but though rioting Is no disorder has yet Emperor Williams Educational National Zel tuny says Tho emperor will shortly issue an edict directing that the teachers in the national schools must be familiar with the principles of political economy to enable them to demonstrate the error of socialistic In religion less attention bo paid to menomic exercises and more to the comprehension of the ethical side of the higher schools recent modern especially of must be taught and the ben efits which Prussian kings have always conferred upon the workingmem must be The edict was drafted before Bismarck A Illuottr bloody conflict at a suburb of occurrod today between striking glass blowers and three hundred Polish One man was killed and many Kochs Consumption Koch has dismissed as completely cured several of tho patients whom he has been treating for The method of treat ment will be made public within three Armenians Bald KurdUli hundred armed Armenians concentrated at Mador on Russian territory yesterday aud made a raid on several Kurdish killing five The band was attacked and dispersed by Count Maurice Esterhazy Maurice formerly Austrian minister to the is A TERRIBLE Many Workmen In Iragne Burled in the Collapse or a portion of Five dead workmen and six injured havo been extracted from tho ruin Others are still buried in the BAILHOAD The Faul will Manage Its Own Sleep lag a circular Is sued from the office of the general man ager of the Panl It is state that after today it would manage th sleeping ears run over its system whic hitherto have been under the charge o the Pullman Palace Car Fall summer Ami LKS Moist tipped the droopins KeFire tbUr sua dried bells Aud Uess w itli life a few Steal gift In for f ragrffit on tho pantmK sod Aiul all te verdant Wttdo flow m er a3 tuo buds that sleep In green leaves nfestlios lut them feel Thy TiTiTyiBS inHuence And erry scented bad downward irhera tjw ricli seed lies In darkness To spread Its arm liko leaves and riso Strong in its nenfounS life and Thomas in Youths How the Goldeiirod The one er two trips which ho has made this summer up into the and into as far as has noticed phenomenon vrtuct has now become iraile familar to but which a gooji many other people to whom hn lias spoken on the iniirfer have faded to aobcc that the period of tho goldenrod does not begin first n the 69nth oad move north bnt apparently in tho other di from north to Insomo places in northern Vermont and JTesr Hampshire no goldenrod of the common field and railroad track varietv was ia profuse bloom by the 10th of On the Kennebec rner the other day the goldenrod was golden and less tinged with greea Etffl than it is in Maiden or And the plare where tho latest of all ia yellow is Cape where the dwarf seaside most common hardly begins to do itself justice before It is possible that the northern goldearod ripens before that farther for tho that Indian corn ripens in Ver mont than it does in has got to ripen earlier if it is going to ripen at Collesiato Waiters at There boarding In nearly every Etrncttiro which isnt a jchobl is a boarding And there are dormitories over the various educa tional The only hotel is the It is a bis veranda pillared overlooking the roomy and comfortable ily who i3i college aro most of the waiters how long I purposed and on hear ingmy plans for departure said pitying ly Ahl that is truly One doesnot become imbued with thespiritof Chautauiua in so short a It is nec essary to remain least for one I clutched at a stalk of celery to steady and gazed at the calm young gentleman who was changing my I beheld a sis foot who wore sev eral society whoso mannerswere and who passedthe bread with the benign air of a college president distributing sheepslans to Chautanqua New York The Oirdcr Ever The Keystone Bridge of has josfc completed a girder for the new city hall of San Fran cisco is the largest made in the United so the firm It is 103 foot long and weighs 70 A contract for two girders was given the company last theyhave been working on it ever The materials for the second one aro being The girders are intended for the ground floor of the The great now is to transport itjito the Pacific The Chicago aud Iforthweatcra and Union Pacific roads havo undertaken the The Ions monster is loaded on three of the largest freight cars New York Watermelon Albeit to the unpracticed eye of the stranger a melon patch ceerns literally covered Trith the tempting it comes to be gathered experience derc that the merchantable dwindles into subjected to the standard required by the eighteen pounds is ionnd that the aver age yield of marketable melons is only three melons to two Tho vast re Eave a few of the which may find a sale some price in the home is left to rot the Hogs and cattle trill eat bnt do it is appear to derive any nutriment from Iicnlo I heard a queer story about that mountain over yonder from our native driver What was A young lady and gentleman went ont for Walk on that Thoyxvent np higher and higher came back Dear me What became of the un happy pair They went down on the other A Female There is a in New It ia and jnst been released from a Siberian prison three months Her hnsbanti is there with two msro years The government confiscated his and when he remonstrated shipped him to Rateer will live in whero her husband will join her when he is Ilow Maine 9Ien Keep We recently noticed several leading citizens of this town fifing kites the among them being a promi nent physician and a justice of the su preme It has before remarked that men seldom grow in the sense of being worn Oxford County Summer Boarder have had veal at every meal since I Farmer Farrow kin afford Ifc was our own and it aint half gone She scolds end Shes full of Shes rarely kind ana tender The thorn of Ufa fretful I wondcrwhatwlU mend her Try Vlerees Favorite Prescription Ten to your wife is cross and fretful be cause she Is sick and suffering and cannot control her nervousness when HaKefthealthywomanothctandthe chances are you will make a and SFavorftc Prescription is the womens peculiar sold by under a positive so jr under a positive guaran from the thai it will glves money wai bo tee sat IN AID Monster Mass Meeting in New York City f f place to put yonrf do Irlih Warmly A Large AaifrtmE o byfroml nent Jfetropol itan opera hoiuo waa packed toniKht oa the occasion of the reception given to the Irish Dit Harrington and by the Irish society of Isew The opera house was decorated imply Irish antl American Many prominent gentlemen were The audience was intensely cheering al ternately for the delegates and Parnel and Among the list ot vice were thfe Gro ver Lev Charles A Willfan General Chauucey Governor Abbott of Nev Governor Hill ot Carl Joseph Eugene Richard 0 Hill introduced the delegates to the audience in a bnpf fcjyinff they represent cause which calls for the sympathy of the Aneriuin people It Las Been that the public influence of this cointry ought not to he expended with active mtorpst on He was sura this was but tne sentiment of afowand not of the vast maiontyof ir were made by lifter hieh Mr ODonochue announced hat Eugena Kelly had subscribed would subscribe the same Major John the railroad oper would subscribe a 3earfor ivcvears exMayor Grace and Major Grant each subscribed Nnmer other subsriptions of smaller amounts were Governor Hill giving S100 and saying ho would Hire to contribute when tho arrive at Tha totil rtceipts and subscriptions amounted to P YS DERWEAL LY AND ECKWEAR HE HOUSE WEST OF CASVESS uf Tells of Treat Is EW one of Carvers made a tatemeat today relative to the treat ment to which he was subjected while tie said ho was repeatedly tied until he could endure no fur ther suffering that he was fed upon stinkingmeat and other hings wholly unQt for food hat his money was taken from and when he asked its return he received inly said the other Indians were vlso shamefully and were fre luentlj tired upon with both blank and ball cartridges and badly They vero permitted to have all the whisky hey and when under its nce they often fought among thera PSRILS OP THE Goods M tlie lOOBJRY Eufisigltt to formal n Testing Toor nil BER Members of Whaling Lose Their rhaler Charles which has ust arrived from Okhotsk reports he loss of six Mate Martin and five in pursuit of Itls believed the whale smashed he beat concainingr che Tho whaler from Fox Islandt eports six men washed from tho decks uring a but two of the men were ortunately thrown back alive by a re urn A PLACE FOR al W ij OF THE MPTNESS H FiLLiHQ QRQERSI 4 e la to Be Offered the Position ofMEcIjter to high fficial of the United States treasury de who has resigned his office to ecept a diplomatic mission to one of the mailer countries of was here He says the Russian ow vacant through the resignation of harles will be offered to Wil am LOST A Bold KxpresH Kobberyin night ralus on the Georgia one leav ng Atlanta for Augusta at nd the other leaving Augusta for At anta the same hour were robbed last ight near the same Only the xpress car was One mesen er lost a very small amount but the ther one is understood to have lost The Ouincy Suldierg trustees ot je Illinois soldiers and sailors home oday issued a circular announcing that n conaequence of the crowded condition f the It will be impossible to ad ait new members until additional ac ommodations are There are ow men on the of 925 re present and those on a furlough are apldly coming The names of appii ants hereafter will be registsred in the rder of the date of and vhen there is a vacancy the person roperly entitled to admission will be SPOBUNS The Nashville alf a mile Jlajor Hughes Clark Silver Light third Second furlongs Jubilee Little Crete Lida third Third and a half furlongs Snlleross Frank haw third IrllK Fourth and a half furlongs exator Lucy Eed Cap bird Fifth of a mile aekbf Diamonds sec Mark third A Well Known Horbeman 10 well known committed nicide this afternoon by shootinir him elf with a revolver in office in the Financial dif culties caused tho Hoc Cholera Upldcmii la OMoi ststeboard agriculture received reports of the idemic of cholera among hogs m sev counties in the Vreble and where the swine are dying iu arse The state health depart ent received no information of the although sensational stories re afloat that large numbers of diseased ogs have been slaughtered and shipped a Tho matter will Inves TIilx a ember of the associa on of this recently made a tour of nvestlgatioa through He aims that in northern or Protestani the people are apparently pros lerous and there is no potato le declares the suffering in southern reland the result of the of earn aign of which Dillon and IB Xew XAne ne to be known as tha Galves on and American Steamship soon to be syndicate 3O3ST ind Glassier Mij rEST P3JGES art now soiling ROS for from net per thousand feerr accordtng0p antity paid oefore the The rate for gas stoves andHn ncB now on is 5O per thousand We pat in all services atr cost and tor and set meter Our office la Ugntec the Welsbach incandescent gas lamp vea 50 per light than theordlnarj M irner same amount of GAS IIGHTCOI 211 E By a knowledge of the natub iwa which govern the operations of dlgestlp nd by careful applications ie nneproperttcs of wellselected Ipps hasprovided delicately flavored beverage s many heavy tha iclous use of articles of that titutlon may be gradually built npi tm trong enough to resist every tendency to Hundreds of subtle maladies art float og around ua ready to a weak we may escape V haft oy keeping ourselves well fortlflecLwtt lure and a properly Civil Service f simply with boiling water only G leUedthus r JAMES EPPS HoTBCoonathto Chemists Rmdoni PROFESSIONAL Dental Rooms Southeast Corner1 WMhlnsrtott A HTBOB0S ft Ma ATTOBKBYS AS iUlfJ TStaaae Stock TA MONTK ATTOBNSTAT F Loans and a 8p Boc pOBKBLIDS AND t f tJOEWMAK BIuS IpllSIL   

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Newspaper Archive is the world's largest online newspaper database featuring over 145+ million newspaper pages. Plus our database expands by one newspaper page per second for a total of around 2.5 million pages per month! The value of your membership grows along with it.

Genealogy Made Simple

Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!

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$9.95

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Take advantage of our Introductory Membership offer and become a member for 1 month only for $9.95!

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Your Membership Includes:
  • 25 page views for 1 month
  • Access to Over 145+ million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
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Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 145+ million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
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Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 145+ million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!

What our Customers Say:

"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.

"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.

"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.

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