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   Burlington Hawk-Eye (Newspaper) - November 19, 1890, Burlington, Iowa                                BEE SAWS POCKET BOOR Slates Treasurer Husto Mskes His Annual Set Ordinary Bwenues Amounted t Sam of Ijnportiuit Changes In the Circulating The annua report of United States Treasurer Ilusto shows that the net ordinary revenue to a sum bu Mice exceeded in the history of the gov The increase over the year be lore of which came from internal The ordi nary eipendltnres were an Increase of over the year be This increase is principally due to the increase in surplu rtvecues were of which M was paid out In premiums on bonds The receipts from th TBStoffice department were indthe expenditures an in crease of between and 000 on both The aggregate amount lor which the treasurer was accountable during the fiscal year was Of this he disbursed on war Deducting the amounts on de tiositwith the states and various other the amount remaining for which he was accountable was Tlie amount of gold in the treasury In creased during the year from 719 to and silver from to Exclusive 0 the amounts on depositthere was in the belonging to the on June and on June the amount o gold having increased about while silver decreased nearly IXKI The liabilities during the TOirlrom to and tho being in excess of the assets over the ran down from to The total obligations of the on all ac were on June and on June Not counting the certificates of the debt in the shape of bonds and circulating was re duced from to This was affected at a total cost of for principal and Sesrly of 4 per cent bonds and upwards of of per cents were Important changes took place in the circulating but of more favor able character than the year There was a gain of IB stock an increase of in sil and a contraction of In the volume ol bank resulting in a net Increase of in the agere supply of In round num the circulation on June consisted of of gold and gold in silver and United Sates National bank Not much chance has taken place in the movement of United States There was a decline of activity in the issue aud and redemption of gold The absorption of legal tender silver into cir in the form of certificates of lm been fully up to the means ol the treasury for supplying There TOS also an outflow o between two and ibree millions fractional silver dollar encourage the hope that with good management the in ihe coarse of a few years may be relieved of the redundant stock of coins lor some time on Seventythree banks were discontinued a depositories rturlne the year and eight new ones The redemption ol bank notes amounted to nearly seventy a decrease of up wards ol eighteen compared with the year Owing chiefly to prices ruling for the depos its for the retirement of national bank notes amounted to only Con tinned embarrassment has amended the irorli of supplying the country with paper currency from delays and failures In filling the treasurers requisitions for tew He suggested that greater ncsibllity might be given to currency if fold certifiiiatHs of denominations of five and ten dollars were He urges the necessity of an appropriation for the transportation of United States paper carrency to Washington for With a trifling additional outlay the peo Pie could be kept supplied with clean ana fresh paper thus greatly feeling the danger of The treasurer claims the salaries paid to officers ol the treasury are Inadequate compensation for the duties Ming less than paid in well managed private Institutions and less even than paid in the subtreasury in New Our Sew In his annual report to the secretary of the navy Chief Constructor referring to the adual disappearance of the old wooden says there are now eleven new vessels and one firstcass torpedo w in the commission and only eighteen wooden The following vessels ferecommeuded to be sold The Brook Ossip Wi Juniata and Wilson p In the opinion of bureau the commerce destroyer has been at Wned in the design of cruiser has sustained a speed greater than Atlantic united with a powerful Immense endurance and efficient space is devoted to a description of wee treat coast line The trmameut ol these vessels will consist o uuhlrtecninch eight i twenty sixpound rapid m six onepounder rapid firing two Gattling and six torpedo tubes This represents a weight of superior to that of any of the test battle ships laid down by the f or THE WORLDS Live Stock DlHcnun WorldB Fair The annual moct of a number of National Livestock the members of which were Z i Wf cther by the American fat show wcro The l Acheron Horse association ed a committee to take steps to worlds fair exhibit and also an at the fat stock show In mcelinB ol the American Shropshire eeP association a communication re J C lroin E A Manson offer t Shiro Of Ior tne test SnroD i 6eP exhibited at the worlds 1alr a meeting ol the National ol association oefederalbureau ol animal indus read an interesting dwelling upon the necessity of action tkY discrimination against rran7nerlcln by Germany and mem Severa other associations held tio 7sNearly all discussed the ques at tne worlds Tne tecom rt Horn Breeders assotiation to the national commission Prizes in money Instead of medals be offered Ior ex lathe breeding of HI USUAL Fjmllled tlie InterOcean Libel There was begun foSakers court this afternoon a the opening ad counsel shall be will one of the most sensational ol j in It is the Jafr Kyan against the IrOcr her as a black relentlessness ol a nios them larsttsuWs of Over sixt CLEVELAND Jocular Kxchuu Couunvclal con wiU I ODeu w lstho kfiy whlch win open wide the door uf commercial nt Cthf w us a t for the surplus products Chauncey Depew spoke at length on C as called on had men tioned that Congressman Springer had nominated Cleveland for the next democratic presidential can didate and said he hoped the re publicans would that cham Jauies Blaine Blaine Cleveland was not on the program He X I f remark He said he heard a good deal tonight about reciprocity with the Spanish speak Now if its good for ton t it a good thing to have reci procity with our own people We have heard about France helping out England and the Dulled States financially Why can t they do so commercially Im sorry my mentioned what Springer for it does not seem to me of much importance and of no in terest to Cleveland locularlv referred to the banquet ai Al bany a lew years ago when Depaw had nominated him for the presidency and hoped the republican party wouldnomi nate That grandest of statesmen and Plumed the name which arises to your lips but not to Cleveland added that he had reason to believe it was put that way owing to Depews extreme He had said at one time that he would when he got a good chance put In a good word for Mr Depews candidacy aud asked if this evened up Springers SHOCKED TEE V Col Preacher Koine Startling SAX is in the throes of a great This was brought about by ome startling remarks made Sunday noruing by the Munroe from he pulpit of the Presbyterian he largest and most fashionable in the Withoui any previous announce neni and to the intense surprise of his hearers Munroe startei to make a onfession of sin to the fashionable con regallon before He said that God tad commanded him to do Ten ears he with great and before his marriage had Improper relations with women pon promises of marriage which he md never intended to Since his marriage he said ho had not been pure in Je then proceeded to tell of nembers of his flock toward whom he ad improper The list era raoed married and single and he mentioned their while oining up on the steamer from San he had squeezed the hand of a oung lady member of his giving er On another occasion he had etained the same young lady in his study nd pulled her Most of his 1m ropcr thoughts came when he was walk ng home from prayermeeting with the The startlingsermon and pub c mention of the names of ladles who re prominent in society is the talk of ie town It resulted in an in eslfgalion by the trustees of the TWO MORE From Omaha Depart fo Pine Ridg8 Ihe Jttaudau SeareKlclte General receipt of dis R announciug the move ments of troops in the department of the Gallandet with Liabilities of Over a the nnouncement was made ou the stock xchange of the suspension of with liabilities of one million The failure is due to the action f several banks In calling in loans to the the said the sus ension was due to general depreciation the value of collaterals which has one ss far that when loans to the firm were they could not be al lough the firm have what In an ordinary me would be amply sufficient to pay orrowed The liabilities appear o be about or perhaps he firm holes such good securities that the market improves they will be able a pay their Indebtedness aud have a sur The Owens Nuw this fternoon Owens announced his sus ension on the stock lie has 0 outstanding contracts on the The Sorth Ktver NEW order was sued by Judge requiring cause howu forthwith why a receiver should jt be appointed pending the which ie attorney general brought to dissolve ie North River A temporary in unction was secured restraining the ank officials from interfering with its At the conclusion of the argu ent the judge announced he would re irve his Bank Superintendent Preston today ade affidavit relative to the amount of ssets and liabilities of the North River It showed the assets to be S2 and the a de ilency of To Aid Pinched meeting 1 Ihe bank presidents this afternoon esolved to follow the action of the New ork banks and arranged to issue clear ng house certificates to any bank that Ight need them in case of a money This is the first time this has done here since the Jay Cooke panic i last nights sns on of the Knights of owderly was unanimously reelected eneral master A resolution assed continuing Powderlys salary at i 000 per but upon motion of owderly the resolution was reconsidered id the amount reduced to In the Knights of Labor assembly to ay the committee on the good of the rder recommending a federa on of all labor oreanizations the ap ointmcnt of a committee to attend the ext annual convention of the Farmers lliance they supported the recom sndation of the general master work an for the prevention of needless and strongly recommended the ppolntment ol a committee to bring jout the of the charter ol the ew York Central road to the The Nebraska Governorship returns om all except have en filed at the office of secretary of The totals on governor are Richards Boyd Powers The endent headquarters have an estimate n Menick county as follows 17 420 This would ive Uoyd a plurality of 439 in the result is so that a ontest is Excellent oramand to public approval theCall ornla liquid fruit Syrup 01 is pleasing to the And to d by acting rratT oa the ver ti the promotlne the nd comfort ot i in noi n 7t tlliDfi for It n the Indian camps In less than twenty four There is nolhing in 11 ex Hal iroops are being sent lo ihe of the reservation to prevent if no i outbreak aud to encourage the loyal element among the Indian a so to protect agencies which report In dians as turbulent and past control It was hoped this excitetnenl might pass without serious atd up this time no Indians have eri their The causes of his threatened trouble are the failure of their the delay of congress In making appropriations for their and the subsequent delay In getting sup plies to resulting in thpir beioc brought to the verge of starvation and worked into a Thoy are eetting aions now and possibly the diflijulty may be bridged The movement of roops Is simply a but at he same time they may have serious The reoorter asked if it would not be inusual for the Indians to go on the war mth at the beginning of winter The general replied Not at all these north rn Indians are toucher than leather Lieutenant Woodruff said In reference o the Mandan scare The Indians io aled nearesl lo Mandan are ihiriyfive illes away on ihe Cannon Ball river They are a peace He who have taken up uilt huts and own ponies nd wagons and are in good circum They have no laith in the boriginal superstiilons and dislike ibis ew Messiah Every year ndians sell hundreds of thousands of ounds of beef to the Standine Rock Now you cannot convince me iiat people who have crops and revenue are nxlous lo go 10 And these re ihe ones whom Ihe people of Mandan ave seni scouts to The band vhich may give trouble is that headed y Chief and is situated south vest of Standing He is very wily nd if the promised Messiah docs not rrive in ihe spring he will probably lell hem the whites are using Iheir influ nce lo keep him and that the best vay to aid him will be to kill some pale in any the roops will be fully equal to the must be taken into account that some the agents are new men uuusel to the pays of the who delight in Tightening those whom they Will Kill Indlanx ou Tribunes special says Every house in town is full to overflowing with refugees from country The most intense excitemenl prevails in ihe Seltlers are prepared to be lieve anything about the In town there is somewhat less tension owing to the receipt of three hundred guns today from the state government and the fact that a company of soldiers will be here tomorrow morning from Fort Tonighl ihere are iwo hundred Indians in lown bul Ihe cilizens are armed loo aud pa Irols will be oul and Ihe people will sleep wilh Iheir clolhes A date will be fixed by a committee of citizens and Indian agents will be notified that after that date any Indian found in this country without a pass from the agent will be killed on The population is excited and although conservative men are doing their best lo quiet the angry ones there is every reason to believe that unless the government takes immediate steps to increase the force of soldiers here and at Fort Lincoln every Indian coming into the county will be The Mandau easier feeling prevails here ihls morning be cause of the receipt of arms and ammu nition by Settlers are still com ing from all The gravest fears are enteriained for Ihe safety of settlers in the southern part of the Ruger and Lieutenant Woodruff of the depart ment of Dakota returned this morning from a ten days trip to two of the larger Indian Lieutenant Wood ruff says no immediate trouble Is antlci oated and that the visit of General Ruger had much to do with quieting the excitement of the When asked about the reported danger at Mandan lieutenant said the city was in no more danger from Indians than is It was staled that two reliable now in the had staled to the army officers that there was no Messiah craze among the Indians just north the Ne braska Private advices from Valen tine give a different origin than the Mes siah craze to the Indian Since August the Indians of Rose Bud have been claiming the agent was not giving them a square deal on Some families living northwest of Valentine have moved Alex an Ogallala Indian and a government from Fort Rib in the said referring to the Indian craze Some think it is and some dont know what to The Indians at Pino Ridge are dancing and meeting and Some of them are wild about but some dont know what to Telegrams from Valentine and Craw and say the troops havo been ordered from their forts to proceed to Pino Ridge agency to keep the Indians in SALT troops at Fort except one com received orders to hold themselves ready to march to thescene of the Indian The Craie at Fort Pioneer Proa special from North The Messiah craze has struck the Indians at Fort Totten and they are in clined to be One hundred armed bucks were seen crossing the railroad track at en route from Ihe Turtle mounlaln to join Ihe biouxat Standing They said they were going Excitement at Stamlins Tri says there is no substantial founda for the wild rumors of an Indian uprWng at Slandmg is a great deal of excitement caugn at Standing Rock everything orderly of conservative neo pie Is that the Indians do notdream o an nnrhranV an An Indian night the city was startled by an alarn or au Indian The report cam irora Maudan that the Indians at Stand ing Rock agency had left the ageneyani were aavanciuK on Fort government was called on for afflUan by this morning the excitement A reduction of forces a Lincoln and Yates has made the for there are six t Indians at Standing Rock learned this alarm was Everyi quiet at Fort Yates and no troub pected Very few soldlersi kept in the forts in this neighbomooa and the settlers are easily alarmed The Indian could sweep the country west o the Missouri before assistance could bi and the demand for enlarging the garrisons at Fort and Lincoln will bo No Reasons for Alarm In dian Commissioner has received no recent information from SouthDakota which justifies the evident the settlers in the nclghbornood ofPine Cotntnissiouer Bell is of opinion that the government would ino be justified in making any arreste prat tempting to suppress long as the Indians commit no acts o This would surely make The proper course to pursue is to let the Indians themselves It will not be he before they begin to lose faith in the Messiah and the whole craze will Com strongly In favor of keeping a military force withiu Thisprecaiition has already been and the govcrnmet Is not at all apprehensive of A PETRIFIED HUMAN The of a Girl Buried Three 1 Turned days ago James of this pur chased a burial lot In Pomphret Manor and prepared to remove the bodies of deceased members of his family From the Sunbury cemetery for transfer to the new The first grave opened was that of his Miss Ella who died In The workmen wereunable to lift the body out of the open and assistance was sent It required seven strong men to lift the When the lid was removed to i surprise of all the spectators thf Jody was found to be in a perfect state of Even the flowers placed n the casket were Except for ts marblelike pallor and slightly sunken cheeks the body looked like that of a peacefully sleeping In life Miss Sewell was an attractive with iark When the body was viewed ler hair had turned to snowy Ex lerts assign as the cause of the marvel ie damp condition of the ground oc casioned by the exceptional Hoods of WTLli MARRY A 4 n ApproachingTVeddinc With n flliu iHtnre Nellie the celebrated dwarf of this is to wed one of the leading society men here in the near She s 23 years of age and Is 22 Inches laving a faultless form and winning Her Intended husband has with n the past few weeks become of age and declares that he will disregard the pro ests of his family and marry his le Is unusually as the couple walk along the street together the young lady tolds to the tip end of her beaux coat provided it is a long one and she can reach The prospective bride has a Ister IS years of age who is exactly her being just 22 inches An Express Robbery east lound Texas and Pacific train was held ip last night by four men who got on at The plan was to kill the fireman and conductor if they did not Bey the but as one of the rob ers had forewarned railroad it did not When the first symptom of disturbance was guards on the rain fired at the robbers and In all about orty shots were As far as ould be learned one of the guards and wo of the robbers were Upon neeting with resistance the robbers umped from the train and Two of the Kutch and mplicated In the train robbery at Ivent ast were captured at Slerrc ilanca this both badly wounded Kutch is not expected to Statement of the Union state ment of the Union Pacifics entire sys ein for September shows Gross earn For nine months ending September 30 oinplete Election Keturns from unofficial returns from Kansas the election of the republican with he exception of attorney by majorities of from to The farmers Alliance candidate gets at orney generalship by a plurality of A Itad SmaHh LOCK HA light a work train descending on the ierney Mountain Gravity road broke iway and collided with a locomotive near he mountains causing a bad smash John Davis and Henry Isenger were tilled and five others all wood Smallfox Among NEW French learner La on which the Vild West Indian of which Colonel Cody is part arrived yesterday nd is still held at asIt Is aid a number of cases of smallpox are n board amone the four hundred and rlrty Short in Hia treasurer of Chippewa is hort from to in his ac ccounts and has transferred all his iroperty to his The Cruiser Alaine NEIV new cruiser Maine was launched today from the Brooklyn Navy Yard in the presence of he secretary of the navy and other dis inguished The last days ession of the was devoted iostly to routine Miss Wlllard s better to day and was able to be in the all for a short Kilted in a Falling building being onstructed at the Solar refinery collapsed odaywithout Two workmen were killed and a dozen slightly Koch Is cha rined over the reappearance of lupus in patient reported This is the nly Instance of a return of the disease fter a supposed cure Fraucia Warren Klected War of governor of ras today elected to the second United tates Only tirentrflve cents f or a bottle of Salva on the new and popular Old Browns fort at Harpers Ferry Is ot so celebrated as Bulls Cough WILL MARRY OSBEA Parnell Decides From th Irish His Declare They Will Stand by hjr the mans Coming is rumored here that Parnell has definitely decided to retire from the leadership of the Irish and that as soon as the law per mits he will be married to the divorced wife of Captain If Parnell abandons the it Is understoo that his successor will enjoy the benefil of his continuous In the mean time it is undeniable that the excessive virulence of the tory editorials Iscausinf a reaction in public sentiment with re gard to Parnell In connection with recent The Dublin Freemans Journal makes a heroic effort this morning to defend Sir Parnell from the consequences oJ his misdeeds It recalls the attention of hostile critics of Parnell tothe of the private lives of other famous dedaresjthe about social ostracism to be 1arnell was not a the Jounal who went Into the papnr asserts that while the pastors are charged with the moral well being ot the Irish it is no more their duty or province than it is that of a majority of the Irish people or of the Jnurnnlio ad judge his private life or examine his con Irelands business with Par nell is purely He has faith fully and successfully served his and brought her out of darkness and bondage to withiu sight of the promised A juncture has now been reached when there can be no swapping or chang ing of The nationalists would not do so If they and could not if they It would the Joumnl the duty of the not of the English to decide if the years of toil in behalf of the nationshall be or the fruit of that toil risked be cause a man had been weak and a woman The article concludes by pro nouncing the necessity for Parnells con tinued leadership of the Irish both in and out of to be impera and saying that such necessity should be proclaimed at the public meet ing on Will stand by meeting of the National League was held in this city to day at which Edmund a mem ber of the house of Leamy made an address in re fering to the reports of the withdrawal of Parnell from the leadership of the na tionalist he said Parnell was the chosen leader of the party and the party would stand by him while he stood by another member of ridiculed the Idea of Parnell being prejudiced in politics by the ver dict of the OShea His he were bound to him by unfailing loyalty and the party was determined to stand by Other leaders spoke in the same NEW is learned that the Irish delegates now in this country are firmly resolved to stand by Parnell for A cablegram to that effect will be sent by them The Coming is stated that the prospects for some legislation on the eighthour question at the coming session ofthe British parliament are brighter than they were some time owing to the discovery that quite a number of lories have become convinced that such a applying to the heavier would be a measure of It is therefore probable that a bill embodying this partial application of the principle will be with a fair chance of Tne combination of dock owners in South which was expected to bring all shipping facilities in that section under a joint control and to greatly enhance the prophets of the dock has fallen it is to a failure to agree upon the respective shares f the earnings allotable to each of the parties In The coal miners of the Rhine West phalia aud are meditating a con current strike to enforce their long standing for shorter hours of fewer vexatious fines and penal and better Their whicfi has been progressing for a long is now perfecfed aud they feel con fident of their ability to force the mine owners to make reasonable The Czars Novel of state craft are observing with much Interest the progress ot the czars novel experi ment in the establishment of provincial iribuuals composed of the nobility with very extensive authority as courts of original jurisdiction aud appeal from the village For ong before Peter che policy of the czars has been to break down the nobility as an obstacle to their own auto and She nobility has of late been sretty well Now the czar Is taking steps to partly restore the powers wrested from The new tri so far as their methods are have begun in an arbitrary way and show contempt for the ancient au thority of the village while at the same time reviving the use of the knout which has been legally prohibited in Russia for a number of How far ihe new system will avail to shield the of the Romanoffs remains to be It has progressed far enough to at east show that one of Its principal ef whether so intended or will ie to utterly deprive the peasants of the lenefit of the local judicial functions of heir beloved village commune of Gauged a Tremendous the chamber deputies today Laur tried to interrupt ihe debate on the budget to question the government as to the measures it pro osed to adopt in order to prevent the drain of gold from France for the benefit f foreign Finance Minister louvler said he offered yesterday a re ly to such but as Laur did not press it the government would not accede Laur then made a iolent attack upon accusing of taking advantage ol his official osition to speculate for a rise in gov ernment A tremendous uproar ollowed but Laur was finally sup Two French the well tnown race horse quarreled with the which resulted in The fight took place Treille was slightly A duel was also fousht by a member of the chamber of and a journalist named Laguerre received a slight A Itlootly Church I a fight Sun day at between pposing members of one of the churches over a newly appointed Roumanian six persons were killed and six een Feared woman at Thann fearing she and her familv would tarve to death cnt the throats of her five children and then killed seventh Iay and a Seventh Day in Obion coun The state supreme court sustaine the sentence and an appeal was taken to the federal circuit Judge Ham mond has granted a writ of habeas cor pus returnable on the The Na tional Society of Adventlsts has retained EarPostmaster Genaral Dickinson as to test the right of the Advent ists to work or amuse themseles on the Christian Sabbath as they CLEVER DETECTIVE Howr the Beinrell Harder WM Dlacovered and Author the execution In Canada on Friday last of Birchall for the murder of Ben Interest Is revived In the crime in which it was the culmination and f TVO murder more deftly planned than in this case to avoid detection by the criminal rarely has discovery and full retributior demanded by the law followed more surely and swiftly upon the offense it may be even said that never has that rare faculty of tne known for lack of a more distinctive phrase as detective been more forcibly displayed or used to better public The body found that morning In Feb ruary In the depths of a Canadian fast to the ground and with a bullet in the which had en tered the head from was that of land only a few hours before he was lured to that lonely spot that he might be slain with safety to the and consequently whollv unknown on this side of the Atlantic Ho had no excepting his not even an acquaintance outside of An ordinary detective having been detailed to work up such acase as would have been baflled from the and after a few hours of per functory investigation would have abandoned the affairs and relegated it to the already long list of insoluble murder mysteries with which the records of all civilized and our own are But this officer of the law was not made of the ordinary materials out of which detectives have been too often The murder had been committed many hours when he reached the which had been frozen fast to the ground in the depths of that desolate Of the body Itself and all its sur roundings he made a minute and intelligent examination carrying all this away with not only in bis note but photographed in his Unlike the ordinary detective he did not at the beginning conceive a theory of the case to which the facts must be made to no matter how Incongruous they might be nor did he delay or roam afar to his but commenced it at the moment beside the dead body of the victim of some unknown He had an immediate On the ground near the body he found after pa tient search one of those small ivory tablets which are carried In the vest pocket for the purpose of making brief and upon its cover was en graved the name To the unskilled and inexperienced in such affairs this nothing but to the detec tive In this case it was a scent of the trail that was to lead from the slain to the He had a whether of the dead victim or the living assassin he could not but having he was no longer groping wholly in the aim Ipssly pursuing an impalpable Having made this beginning he instantly btgan his examination In the vicinity where the crime had been and again he had his He found witnesses who had seen two menget off the train at little station about a mile and a half from where the body was found who had seen the two men walk briskly away In the direction of the for est who had heard a pisol shot but had thought nothing of it nor connected it with lbi two for hunters were plenty in chat last of the detective found others who had seen but one man come out of the walk briskly away to the statijn and there take a train going back in inn direction from which the two men had come in the The conductor of that train was found after some days search and save valuable He remem bered the two men going down with ilm that morning as passengers for the station at which they alighted were very rare at that time In the and he gave full descriptions of the two passen one of which tallied exactly with he dead and it did not need detec tive acumen to inform the officer that ihe other must be that of the Jlttle by step by always but never led astray from the llrect he made his way to the and arrested That being he was able to brge the chain of circumstantial evi dence about his prisoner more rapidly and with greater First of all he set out on a search for a uotlve for the crmiH and soon found iirchall had become a murderer not for money in but with the purpose of using his crime to wheedle the father if his victim out of a few hundred guin By the time the trial came on there were witnesses in abundance to tell the vholo story from beginning to young In had ong been a needy living by iis and had hit upon the scheme of advertising in English papers for a lartner to join him in a Canadian or which only additional capital was iceded to make it fabulously This castle In the air had caught the at ention of young and he deter mined at once to start for But he ould obtain the necessary means only roin his and that father had autton In business at argoly He consented that iis son should go to Canada and make a ersona examination of the matter and s upon such investigation everything was found to bo as the money necessary to admit him to the iroposed partnership would be at once Through the efforts of the detective the able to prove that he letter was written and mailed to the ather in the name of the son even before he murder was committed by Birchall he reason assigned for Benwell himself not writing the letter being disablement f his arm by how was only a temporary matter and ileadlnfr that the sum agreed upon be eut at once to himself and Birchall as jartners In order that they might enter ipon their work at It was aclumsy no but rogues have often onstructed ruder which have snc essfully parted fools from their money nd not infrequently from their lives as was the fact In this It as only because a detective having coin ion industry and zeal in the per ormance of his duty happened to be put pon the case that Birchalls scheme was failure and he was hanged last ThatBIrchall to the very last claimed to e Innocent was to be and had o effect upon his nor upon pub ic sentiment It was the universal opfn on at the conclusion of his and it has remained that he fully arned and deserved the extreme penalty f the law for nervous prostration ervons cured y Miles Samples free at Wittes drug Governor Gordon Elected Senator jordon was elected United States sena or today on the first He wilt ucceed Senator The city is wild with yjm f r x W The Polk County Board Hake Start ling Discoveries of Many Feea Charged hi Liquor I Wholesale Arre0t of Con IOWA Special to TheHawkEyeJ J win be remembered considerable occasioned during the past summer by exposure of the method in which and constables of Des Moines were charg ing up and the nefari ous manner In which searches were made for liquors with no other pnrpose than that of taxing the To day the board of in allowing bills came upon several transcriots of from justices and constables of both Des Moines and Lee One especi ally was remarkable for the fact that twelve informations were twelve searches made and twelve charged for services in the prosecutionof f one liquor and all In Opbn close examination other errors were dis and a euraax by the board refusing to allow any of the fees on account of illegality and also instructed the county attorney to bring the matter before the grand jury at the next terai of and have all justices of the peace and constables in Des Moines Indicted for criminal con spiracy to defraud the There is but little doubt owing to public senti ment which Is thoroughly againstthe justices and constables that matters will be pushed to a finish and not the above charge but others as grave will be brought and some of those who have been making mints of money onto the pockets and throwingdis credit upon the prohibition law will per haps make a forced visit to the peniten It is a well known fact that they are In league with the liquor dealers that rarely are arrests that seldom any quantity of liqnors are seized but there is never an opportunity missed to charge A HUMAN Jack Gilmartlns Trial By Special to The With clothing a rushing frantically a veritable human was the sight that met the horrified gaze of a few near the gas companys works here Ihis Jack Sil the foreman at the was alone In the and hav ing finished filling the holder was at the worfcof turning off the flow of when it suddenly took the flames darting about him like fiery ser setting his oily clothes on fire and making him flee from the now full of smoke and Away he roaring with flames through the His presence of mind took him at once to a tank of water into which he thus extinguishing his flaming He was a sorry sight wild with painful he was picked up and car ried to the prison Although resting easily at present he Is very seri ously The building was saved after hard SHOT AT A Farmer fttorderad by a Companion In Winneshek a living at in this was shot and fatally injured by an Insur ance man at Mable over a friendly game of Morgan became enraged over the game and left the room threatening to shoot In a short time he re turned and shot him The affair was cold Margan resisted ar rest for a few hours but finally surren derred and was taken to Later news reaches here that Fulton is A STJDDEH A Sample of Weather They Had Forty Kight old sot tier of this city got to talking about weather in the olden On the mornine of November said the Mississippi in front of the town was ree of and the air was calm and Jalmy as a spring At nnon of hat day a stiff breeze had sprung up Tom the and the air had be come suddenly and a heavy dark cloud was seen in the same On he that day the air became iensely and on the morning of the within forty hours from the time ihe cold wave struck Fort the river was closed with ice so strong that a oot passenger could pass over A deep snow soon succuftded the and the ice did not go out of river in front of Fort Madison until the 10th day of the next enduing wanting but nine days of there being five months of an That long and drearv winter bore hard on the few settlers there were then In Didnt Enumerate Dead ISpccial to The DES of ihe census enumerators who were em jloyed In Des Moines are quite road over the recent news that the census depart ment has suspended their accounts and ihere will be no pay until they correct the The errors are in the number of deaths One whose district contained a population of only reported Superinten lent Porter according to all cnown rules of mortality it should have een fortytwo The enumerator insists that his returns were correct and that it will bo Impossible for him to comply with the Another who re turned two deaths too many has written asking that these two be taken off the report that it may be made according to he schedule and the money Dnpuily Special to The HawkEyBj of the lappy for which Madison s occurred at the Union Presby ierian church this The con rocting parties were Alva Anders md Miss The ceremony was ollowed by a wedding after which Anders and bridge left for Chicago where they will spend a returning o their future SoecialtoThe work of reselling the Rush park track las The entire track will e coverad with new soil to a depth ot rom three to six which will make 6 better and several seconds faster next eason than It has been The work will cost something over FootpndH Kob a Cripple Special to The night as iVHIiam Ccrey was going home he was attacked by footpads just in front of his knocked down and relieved of iis pocketbook containing over There Is no clue to the Corey ias but one arm and could matte but eeble SAWKEY3 A MOTIIKK of 3uW cido a few days by takufrmorphinej Worry ovir family the he tt   

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