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   Burlington Hawk-Eye (Newspaper) - November 21, 1890, Burlington, Iowa                                NOVEMBER 1890 PRICE 15 CERTS PER at Roseljud Agency g netweeu and Ordered to Situation at via Fort Nlobrara mcy earlythls morn quiet aud t f lilTcraze has not been as prev and most of aJod by it several days ago THulie to participate in the iTin presence of a large 3 S Indians with a dozen wagons for the purpose srtW goods to e troops were march the concerned la the Minnesota massacre of The Grosvomres Indian at Port Uelknap reservation are a turbu lent As an instance of the stories floating around tho offices tell cur rent on tho reservation to tho effect that several young warriors started Irom there to visit Sitting Bull and learn about tho new On the way one of Yellow said ho had been commanded In a dream to kill him self as a test of with the promise that he should be raised from the dead He committed suicide accordingly and the party went on without When they reached Standing Rock they found Yellow Hawk there alive aud hav ing been resurrected and taken to Standing Kock ahead of his companions This is the story seut back by the trav was assuring to the llnle trouble was to be ap also considered good will be no trouble at where it is thought most of row was caused by a new IndlanTln War s T Nor mal Indian agent stationed at returned today from a trip Jd where he had gone on d a report that the Indians nu ac tie messiah dance were falling d the distribution of rations and tllline He reported he VkfT Indians much excited and tnnthelrfamous ghost dances with arfperserverancethat is Hump Uod with about three bravc of the Two Kettle baud all up and acting in a very sus Cowboys who arrived amicht stated the Indians had of cattle and were acting tnnre manner and the famous In had told them lij better keep on their Craied With Indians EJunilj crazed with religious fanati iid excitement at the ghost jjiiot the most intense excitement the utter reck induced by the blind fanaticism ma may gain some Idea of It is the genera aon among the troops they will in a day or two to ihe Indians ghost Then jjlewill undoubtedly Two fcee ol those dances are now in pro A herder who has just reached it reports several hundred Indians m congregated secretly nine miles this They are all heavily urfudare expecting the Rosebud an to join them Rumors of a 10 in the city told an Associated us representative this evening that ami Miles has received information occurred this afternoon he General Brooks troops and the between Rushville and Pine So particulars have yet been re andhe casualties ialo Bill expressed the opinion that il Miles if let alone by the settle the trouble expedi Itoeral Miles could not be seen to t either at his headquarters or Slated that he had gone out ID inj wiih Colonel his assis itsdjn ant ItemGeneral Miles was seen at light and assured the reporter that ftaew nothing whatever about a battle I uchll Sitting u Rorh iews that troops have been or 10 the reservation has spread ipidly among the and the gen ii eSect lias been Several hun cl the braves have what object and in what direction ithls hour cannot at present be tare is evident fright in some quarters itisthi general impression that the is are running away from what they sui as an impending It BUIN AND Secretary of the Cherokee Strip Tells a KASSAS of the Cherokee Strip Live Stock Is in tho city and tells a startling story of ruin and desolation now in order in the He expressed the opinion that within thirty days from the time the strip is vacated by the all the improvements made there will be possessed by thieves from Oklahoma and Kansas unless the gov orders out the troops to protect WILL Parnell Decides to Retain the Irish He al the Pramnti critical Would Bo False to II IH Duty to Klioulcl ue Desert the has sent to several of his colleagues a communication to the effect that so long as he is sup ported by his colleagues aud the Irish he will remain at the helm iu He says he has never sought either office or rewari of any kind from any English party and he does not seek their assistance The Irish not English must decide the question of the leadership of the nation alist At the critical juncture he would be false to his duty to Ireland if he should desert the position because of private with which politics have no When his mission Is accomplished and justice has been won for Ireland after her long struggle overwhelming odds the people may chose whom they will to con duct their local the British forces In to appoint Major Barttelot to the command ot the rear Lieutenant Troup has arrived on the steamer Saale from New York and landed at In an interview on the scandalous charges aud counter charges made In connection with the rear guard of the Stanley Lieu tenant Troup denounced Stanley as a re tailer of messroom gossip and hearsay talcs about dead The lieutenant added that he would avoid any further personalities unless he was compelled in selfdefense to resort to THE WORLDS the provide that The terms of the lease a permanent improve ments revert to the use ami ownership of the Cherokces when the cattle men The value of the entire improve ments Is placed at half a million In the suit of tho association against one of the to for noupayinent of the judge in structed the jury to find for the Lady Managers Site Onestloii the meeting today of the lady managers of the worlds fair Potter of Chi was unanimously elected president and a permanent organization was af John Logan had previ ously been nominated for the but declined In favor of When the national commission re sumed its session this morning the trouble between the executive and for eign affairs committees was settled by the adoption of a resolution setting forth that no disrespect to the foreign commit tee was but simply the intima tion that owing to the state funds avail PAXITTVni Marshal at Pontlac last is in progress at that The defendant was and when the marshal at tempted to arrest him he shot him in the nf Philadel Kroln Death ensued next and Baker Brothers or rniiaaeij Xorth came near lvnched go by the Odd Fel lows todayreduced the minimum of dues from ten cents per week to seven for beneficial members and five cents for non with the provision that when assessment was made with less than S100 In the lodge an assessment of fifty cents per member would be Representatives to the sovereign grand lodgewere instructed to ask that body to permit the assembling of the national convention of Daughters of Rebekah which they prohibited last The Daughters of Rebekah elected Moreland of presi Their Fallure Caused by Shrinkage In v of Heavy Run on the Peoples Bank In New declaring the associations lease with tho Indians valid and declared the Indians owners of the Tho association will now sue the United States govern ment for damages in sums aggregating millions of WHAT 1KB FARMERS The Adopt a of Char acteristic hesolnt Farmers Mutual Benefit association to day agreed to the resolutions demanding NEW dispatch frow Philadelphia says the failure of Barker Brothers is announced on the stock The announcement of the failure here had the effect of de pressing the mem bers of the firm of Barker Brothers refuse to make any statement re garding their The lirm of late was doing very little business through the stock The assignment has been made to Edward a son inlaw of Wharton The sus pension is not much of a surprise to the as the firms credit has bben poor for the past two It is said the liabilities will be about but the creditors are not The suspension is said to have been Live Stock Exhibits for the committee FARMERS The State Association Closes an In teresting State Board of Health In Session at Des of Temple Dedicated at fort State v thaJ Of a revision of the patent laws the aboli tion Df the national banking system that the circulation medium be confined to silver and copper coins and United States treasury notes favoring the loan ing of money by the national government to citizens in sums Lot exceeding 000 to any person and properly secured at interest not exceeding four per cent per annum favoring the issue and sale at par of United States bonds of S5O and bearing two per cent inter est and redeemable at the option of the holder and the The res olutions further demand the regulations of corporations by law favor the election of vice president and United Labor Michael Davltts says Parnell is under a moral which he has brought upon The crisis which he has caused In the homerule movement is the gravest that has oc curred In ten There Is only one course for Paruell to to efface himself from public life for the brief period which must ensue before be can legally marry Is the peoples support of the home rule movement to bo imperiled by the re fusal of Parnell to separate his per sonality from the interestsof home rule It the paper fays cannot plead Ignorance of the feeling of the liberal party regarding his new po United heand says Irelands char acter for morality will intensify tho scorn of the people for those canting hypocrites who think that publicity is the essence of it is the time to repay Parnell for his public In reply to the affected purists and pharisees we say We our and mean to keep The Irish CnUinUc says Parnell has sinned as much asaiust Inland as against but the grave political ex igency demands that he continue to be the leader of his The Freemans in Its issue prints that the government Is considering a surprise to be sprung upon the people at the next general election for members of the house of DJ pi pillage and that they are bent or have States senators by a popular vote op pose the civil service laws and fix the tenure In office of United States judges not to exceed nine The election of postmasters and railroad and ware house commissioners by a popular vote Is also Pensions to soldiers and sailors are and a revision of the government officials salaries is as is also a reduction of taxation on the necessities and conven iences and the rerulatiou of Immigration atid the manufacture of adulterated The resolutions conclude by mak ing provision for the establishment of a national organization to attend the com ing sessions of legislatures throughout the country In the interest of the farm ers organizations and calling upon the representatives of the association to keep aloof from both the old THE PEOPLES A Continued Uun Promptly Met With NEW The run which began on he Citizens Savlues bank here yesterday was continued this As early as nine oclock there were at least from fifteen to sixteen hundred Poles gathered in the vicinity and a number of people who feared they had lost all tlipir earnings paraded up and down in the neighborhood all President Quintard said this morning that the run would probably continue to day and but hexpected the money back next When the bank pHoped across the country to Incite the mikem the most excitable tad ol Indians iu the to take migainst the The aged war to ind women are frightened over the inllwk and profess the warmest friend to the the agent just returned from Sitting Bulls on Grand and reports that is still going but Sitting ainiluence has weakened greatly In list Now he has no more i a hundred or so of He Iwelved Major McLaughlin officials were ready to becin work crowds gathered about the doors and pushed and surged so madly that w rd wn sent to the nearest pollen station for After a good deal of trouble the crowd got into line and they were admitted In squads of The president the bank had offers of assistance today from kindred but they were re spectfully SAYS IT WILL BE Senator Rfcllom That Has No Chance f IOLIKT 111 conversation wth Congressman Hill last Sena tot the young bucks scowled at the agent tor said General In rry Hihocgh he were not He had will be the next United States itaf talk with Sitting and is sat4nator from He did not say Confidence In statement is made In tho Nntumnlixt that Parnell will reslen his seat in Parliament at the end of the session and offer himself for At a great national meeting the Lord Mayor made tho opening ad Justin in moving con fidence In Parnell said he did not ignore the serious nature of the question but was sure it would not cost them a single Timothy seconding McCarthys motion said for Paruell was less a man than an Mc Carthys resolution was carried amid great Prexident Pellegrini Will dispatch from Buenos Ayres received here states that President Pellegrini to but a later dispatch from Buenos Ayres says President Pelleerini will not Gladstone Hats Not Advised response to an Inquiry Giandstnne telegraphed that it is not true he has conveyed any Intima tion to Parnell as to the course he should purse In consequence of the result of tho OShea divorce How Prof Korhrt Lymph IH Frank Courier states that the lymph used by Koch for the cure of tuberculosis is prepared In an incubating within a space that Is hermetically sealed and aud thereby rendered free from The interior of the airtight space is di vided by au unglazed porcelain diaphram Into an upper and lower In the upper section is placed a salted meat broth iu a gelatinous state containing colonies of the tubercle cradually and the gelatine linuid drops slowly throuch the porcelain ulaie Into the lower The liquid Then contains ail the secretory but is free Irom Irvine or dead germs strict economy was necessary In all The auditing committee reported tho expenses of the commission to date to be The report of the committee on build Ings aud grounds was then taken This is one of the bombs which was ex pected to explode with grnat as it embraced tho question of what propor tion of the fair should be placed on the lake It is recommended that the fine art and decorative art music electrical water palace and steel with other ger mane exhibits be placed ou the lake with the main department build government aud state exhibits in Jackson park and the overflow in the Midway plaisance and Washington Commissioner Do of who introduced the resolution several days ago rescinding the acceptance of announced that ho had not called it up for he and all were now satisfied with the manner in which the buildings had been With all the main expo sition buildings grouped tosether he did not care what side affairs were put on the Lake lie moved to strike out the words decorative art building and leave it simply the art buiding that the meaning might be of strongly objected to anything but the art gallery going on the Lake He also filed a protest against the double site submitted by the thirteen different of of Mis and other includ ingPresident spoke in favor of the De Young and Mercers amendments were voted down and the report of the committee finally settling the vexatious site NONPARTISAN TEMPERANCE Important In the OMlcerK todays session of the National NonPartlsan as chairman of the committee on revision of the con reported a number of impor tant The report occasioned a heated but was finally The following officers were then elected of Cleveland Har riet of Minnesota genera Miss Jennie of Cleveland recording Mrs Florence of Iowa financial secre tary and C o Xew York The officers were then In In the afternoon an attempt to recpn sider some portions of the constltutioi created another lengthy bu the matter finally went over until to The failure of the nationa about by the shrinkage In value of securities and by banks calling in their When the announcement of the suspension was made the stock of the Finance Company of of which Wharton Barker is fell from 90 to but It Is authoritatively stated that the company is in a position to pay every dollar they The firm of IJarker Brothers has been es tablished for fiftythree years and when their failure was announced many bank ers and others called and tendered their Abraham the venerable founder of the is the father of Wharton the other member of the In he com pleted his fiftieth year as a successful Ho seemed overwhelmned by the Wherton Barker this afternoon The assignment was we hopnd to avert it but it was The people who owed us money and upon whom we depended did not pay Of course the condition of the money market has much to do with the Drexel said This is too It could have been We could have helped them out had they Tho failure was caused largely by various unprofitable railroad Among the railroad Investments which proDably caused them heavy losses are the Ohio and San Antonio and Arkansas Oregon Pacific and the Cincinnati and Wharton Barker this afternoon re signed his position as president of tho finance Company of Vice resident Tower was elected in his t is asserted by all concerned that the ompany is certainly solvent and in addi a syndicate has been formed for the eighteen representing the live stock In terests of appointed for the purpose of securing a fair representation at the worlds met here It decided that awards on all live stock ex hibits should be consisting of third and fourth cash The commission will be asked to provide stalls twelve by for cattle ten by and for hogs eight by twelve feet In Two hundred acres of ground is to be requested for the live stock The amount to be given in prizes will be settled Sentenced to Life jury In the Pcttit case returned a verdict of guilty this morning and fixed his pun ishment at Imprisonment for Pettit is completely broken the verdict being a great surprise to him and his The latter will move for a new trlaU Demanded a Higher Scale of fire men and switchmen of the Lake Erie and through a committee rep resenting their several branches of the service made a demand today for a higher scale of ThiiikH lies a Crojsus COUNCIL Charles of Illi is under care of physicians in this He Is declared to be He Is declared to be He talks con tinually of his fabulous Again Postponed the interstate commerce commission has again post poned the date on which the revised rates on hogs and packing house products will take effect from November 25th to De cember CSpeclal to The HawkEyeJ DES tenth an nual meeting of the Farmers Mutual In surance Association of which be gan in this city yesterday closed Its ses sion this About sixty dele gates were The number of as sociations in the state Is carrying over of Far of Bremer Is president of the state meeting and of Muscatine The president delivered his annual address reviewing the growth and prospects of the Papers were read by Miles of Wash ington James of Cedar and of upon The best rules reduc ing or cancelling and fees for the The question of the Rules for insurance on vacant or unfinished buildings or those undergoing was taken up and thoroughly discussed and a resolution was adopted declaring it the sense of the convention that the Insurance companies he only liable for onehalf of the insured value of vacant buildings and that new buildings be in sured for but twothirds of their Today they considered the how can mutual associations cooperate for their benefit reports from commit tees were heard resolutions were passed favoring coooeration of the farmers to aid companies having losses beyond their abilities to raise assessments that evi dences of spontaneous combustion of hay is so conclusive that we must admit the facts that we recommend remedies to prevent it by well drying and not piling too Committees on sta tistics and necessary legislation were ap The following officers were elected Wharton vice James Yaill secretary and William THE STATE BOARD OF ithattheold chiefs faith in the com olihe Messiah is on the aud ifcs something uuforseen occurs there probability of trouble this J possibly none next stated that evcry was comparatively quiet and in Sitting Bulls and he Ijfcno fear of trouble General Itoers presence here last week had the jflecul reducing Sitting Bullsfollowers Marly so that now he has ly enough men to carry on a campaign wanted Command Miles this received a telegram from Rush Informing him that General Brookes senator from an of political possibilities Eight Peraons BEAVEK Pa report comes from a small place north of that eight persons there have been It is said a man t and two children and four others mrpose of advancing it any amount of are seriously 111 and that one has since money necessary to meet outstanding A Run on the Howard bigger crowd than on the two previous days was on hand when the Howard Savings Bank opened this Many business men made deposits as usual to allay the feeling of President Freling liuysen says he has plenty of money to pay off the FOUNDED ON Premium on BUENOS falling to 204 today the premium on gold ad and at the close was SemiAnnual Meeting at Den Special to The HawkEyeJ DBS semian nual meeting of the state board of health was called to order this morning with all members present save The report of the secietary was read and Committees weie appointed on various subjects The board will thoroughly consider the question of con tagious and epidemic A stand ng committee on Inspection of kerosene oil was appointed as follows Kennedy and Dickinson on the investigation of the alleged case of Dickinson and Clark were given full powers of investigation and necessary A PYTHIAN DUt IS or reproductive and is the lymph General PA IMS Nov Matin says the police believe the killing of General Seliverskoff was the act of private the Russian DEATH CLAIMED Bear Admiral OlaMon asses Away at Ad died this General Thomas Mather Thomas adjutant g state under the la jutant of ate Governor i ates dur state uuuti rj ing the died here He the tne paper was a lover of a girl who had been en ticed by a at the instance of Scliverskoff into a house of ill fame and this it is was the motive for the crime The nihilists here aflirm that tho general at the time of his death was director of the Russian police in Oneeu Kmma Is TIIK Emma today took the oath as regent of the The route from the palace to the parliament house was lined with spectators and her majesty was cordially greeted by the HERBERT WARD BLAMES Kome Hard the Explorer to CrackSetllne a Iad Ward to the Times as follows nil the Bide isrocs of secretary of the young womans work t present a report caused considerable in dignation and the fact that but one Y had been credited as a delegate adde fuel to the wheu the election for this office was Campbell was elected to the position by an overwhelmlne Campbell promptly declined and a compromise was which resulted in a day for consideration being allotted to Ellen was slated for the oflice and the legislative quietly abdi cated in favor of and when the vote was called Foster was an nounced as the successor of This action brought Foster prompt ly forward and a declination was pre The was not and Foster was given a day for The further oflicerschosen Were of educational secretary of evangelical aud Florence of literary At the out come of the there was a fierce indignation meeting in which the convention as a whole The Carmel Aeronautic Navigation Company final report of the commissioners to open books of subscription to the capital stock of the Mount Carmel Aeronautic Navigation company were filed today in the office of the secretary of Twenty million dollars Is the capital stock and it is fully The company proposes to construct and op erUe air vessels to transport passengers and RAILROAD from the cows and with wolves after him he mounted to the of a high post that supported and there he sat with the wolves s trying to reach while hekepfJ strfkingat them with a rope lor mea3t ure of time that he in was unable to give an estimate but a dog coming by the road attracted the wolves and they left the boy to engage in a fight with the new while frightened nearly to jumped down from perch and cnt tracks lor where he arrived out of breath and frightened that he became The wolves are supposed to be a part of paek of the timber species which make their home in a swamp near the shire Timber wolves are becom Ing numerous in the swamps and limber belts throughout the despite the large numbers that are killed and besides 3 being a constant menace to it b evident from this adventure that they are dangerous to human The Stlojtley Murder k The tak of testimony in the Stingier case closed yesterday Neither Lucas nor the two for the state who were found New York and the evidence the part of the is not considered very The witnesses produced by the defense yesterday were corroborative of who testified tohaving been an eyewitness the Ift It a Lottery Scheme MASON For some time the tailors of this city have been conducting what some consider a lottery selling not to exceed fortyfive tickets on a suit of When a salt was drawn the party drawing wonld Everybody would eventually get a The tailors the scheme is not conducted on the lottery bat the authorities think The question wlllbe settled by the A Babys Terrible Death Special to Taz DES Peal left her oneyearolR baby in charge of little girl this The attendant left the child in a baby buggy to ran up stairs for While she was gone the baby fell out into a bucket of hot and when the little girl re turned she found the little baby The mother is nearly crazy with Arrested for Special to The HawfcEreJ DES George Bow of this was arrested nn a chargn of The trial resulted in bind ing the defendant over to the grand notwithstanding his plea of mutual co The girl involved Is Kate whose father Is an uncle of August President Hilt Talkt of His Great Northern 1acittc who Is here on a business bubbled over at the prospects of his Great North ern Pacific coast Said he The first year our lice is completed It will earn a and the second year it will a We pass through hundreds of miles where It costs more to clear the forests than It does to lay the These forests will furnish feet of lumber on every sec We will market it in Chicago by carrying it to Duluth and thence by boat to Important NKW of the Union and Presi dent ot the have been In this city since and It is after the appearance of afternoon The indignation grew from the leadline statement to the effect that I Ellen Foster voted for herself during the presidential Denunciatory resolutions were finally presented and toned down until one was passed that de nied the i iti iu said they have to attack us In and was well advanced In position or else break away from Under The danger now is that I oia K turbulent bucks may leave the reser The appearance of General I receive thc will have remaining companies of tne Sect of sustaining the authority of to coto overnment and give protection to ments notice The COP two hours loyal ele I ately began to pack up lttJir aua give pruuucuwj oya element among the WMral Miles today received a com from an officer at Camp Pop dated November ui containing considerable matter of in fith reference to the Messiah fantry ready to got a n The COP ately everything necessary in a was ready 1 the Thei commanders aro some of co thfs juieieuue wj uue i The officer reports all the Indians section of the country vicinity are affected by the pro Lively uidding at EgTazeand even the more intelli1 20 Horse even the reeds believe in A nurn ureens oeneve In num Indians recently procured day of the hojos where the officer There has been no hiddi I 5SS bfimported and universal interest I uj v of the Corses owned by tho an of 1 enn j ter dding of of th the crack two ont 0 hit imnnrtefl iaiu itutit ihitk uc universal iiiLuicau i was belief xhai there will be astonihhinsc sfi full broth Datura manifestations before very sold t Michael Dwy limit of Bulls lieutenants K ut wltl1 two have of Tea wass for attle that Stanleys column ive reproach and that he him Chinese Fishermen Defrauded of SAX The mem bers of Tong Yong one of the most extensive business houses In China town who are also labor have fled to leaving their creditors In the lurch to the amount of Forty thousand dollars of this amount are the wages of two hundred and forty Chinese fishermen who recently re turned from Last night about two hundred of them took possession or the store of tho defaulters and tried to capture the store of another but the police interfered and dispersed he Chinese after a hard rouble is ures amounting to over occurred during the present among Chinese firms In the A SlleX up to a year ago was em ployed at tho Flour City National bank the nal Serous have month 2 who he knew was unsuitable ous of the expedition Ward declari T ft a his acknowledged r there preaching the doctrine and telling the InI w provide themselves with jornia liquid remei and ammunition and meet the it is pleasing to the the Call btfio 7 and meet tne it is pleasing th Endianse In the Black Lnd by acting gently on th They were ordered oft lverand bowels it deanses reservation and went to tho woody thereby promotm wains north ol the British Hue 1o H We the remnants of theOgallrlas One of the loyal Indians officer In case the Sioux should hostilities many young to the taste ftat vicinity were likely to go and has signed a t TheOgallalas andTncapapas Chicago are a bad he Ouster affair tupo of the older ones ol whom were 1 uy Hoooa dead In of In this telegraphed to the Nj Bank of of New V send in and signed tne name of the cashier of tho bank o the This morning be went to the express office and got the The police are looking for who hereto fore has borne a good Bohhed of a real estate was robbed last evening of alln box containing over worth of mortgages and other valuable A reward of S500 is offered for the return of the box and a force of detectives has been set to worit to find The Mission steamboat from the Congo State say the Baptist steamboat Peace on the upper Cnngo river was confiscafd by the officers of the Congo State for state pur The British Hag was hauled Northern Pacific Declares a NEW Northern Pacific directors today declared the reg ular quarterly dividend of 1 per cent on preferred said some important developments will soon The Gould people state the board of directors of the Onion Pacific will be recognized within two days and he statement Is circulated that Presirtent Adams has signified a willingness to hand n his resicnation If asked It Is also said that If he finds the large stockhold ers opposed to him he will GREAT SURGICAL Grafting a Kone Frmu a Dogs Leg Into That of His NKW a broad bed at the charity hospital on Blackwells Island lies Johnnie aged four and his faithful spaniel John nie is trying science In an effort to get a leg repaired and Yip Is patiently sub inittlnK himself to an experiment which may decide that his own black leg will servo to patch out that of his young The operation was performed by professor of ortho pedlc surgery at the University Medical before a gathering of thirty scientific men and medical The operation consisted of grafting a bone from tho dogs leg to that one of the An accident some years ago de stroyed the bone In the boys right and there is a space two Inches long where tho main bone Is not The operation was performed by break Ing the bone In the dogs leg and joining it to the broken member in the boys The physicians say the operation will be a success if tho transplanting is not dis Will Do a ttammoth American Harvester incorporated yes will absorb a number ot other including the most Important manufacturers of farm The new company will employ men Cheaper Passenger Professor Edmund President of the American Academy of Political and Social takes up the cudgel again Jor lower passenger fares in a recent Address before the Manufacturers club of It will be remembered that In the first number of the Annuls of the Americin Academy a full account was given of the new systim Introduced into Hungary over a year Involving immense re ductions In over 50 per cent on the So low are the rates un der the new that if we had the same rates in this country it would be possible to get from New York to Chi cago for S Professor James continues the Investi gation in this showing how Aus tria has introduced a similar system to that of This change in policy gives to the Austrian Empire the cheap est railroad fares In the The usual fare for thirdclass is one kreutzer per a rate equal to mills per A thousand mile ride In Austria would cost In stead of S20 or the rate in the United Commutation rates for local service are still Thus workmen can travel to and from work on the railroad for 2 cents a up to U miles I cents up to 12 miles G cents up to 13 miles S cents up to 24 miles and 10 cents up to 30 Yearly tickets good for 30mile trips are sold for Such rates are far below anything of fered in this country by our steam rail The experience In Austria shows that are profitable to the The has increased so rapidly that the accommodations are taxed to the ut It is a regular thing to sell tickets in Vienna on a holiday to people who wish to go into the country to spend the Tne experiments made in Austria and Hungary serve to show that the interest of all ralways as well as of the demands a great reduction in The railway he must apply tc their business also the principle of small profits and large How great an Fort Madison Their New Lodge Special to The brilliant throng of Pythian among them were many dlstineuished assembled at the beautiful new hall of Golden Cross of in this city tonight to witness and partici pate in the dedication of that new edi After the which were quite a sumptuous banquet was given at the Hotel followed by a grand of Mus zrand chancellor of was present at the dedication and acted as master of Among other visiting knights present were Brand of grand keeper of records and of grand of and past grand chancellor of Os MINE EXPLOSION NEAK and have an output of machines a It will divide the for business into central and western for with a manager gtambbnl a Mile 1 14 beat his record on the Stockton track to making a Wlllard Frances of the National T today sent a telegram to the Non Partisan convention now in session in saying Believing It is legally and morally wrong for anybody to take the name of the National with the prefix we ask you as Christians to discontinue the use of this ooportunity there is for a development of this sort can be seen when one considers that England has twentyfive railroad passengers per year per capita of the while thc United States has only It is to be hoped that our general passencer agents will study these facts and be influenced by TValking Nowadays there is hardly any limit to the kinds of material used in walking Formerly only a few native woods and some foreign species were Innovations in the style of walk ing sticks and umbrellas have been con stantly introduced during the last forty years until their manufacture be come quite an art and a business of con siderable Natural that saplings of trees and climbing whose roots will form handles or are most They are some times mounted with precious ivory and horns of all kit They Bill I had as much money as the old innn rd quit business and Ad would Employer entering pness thats what youd better do any lledlv the nrelijrht shines through the Chasing away alt the shadow and tfloom Unlithearted children are prattling In irlee Father Is as hnppy as can For the wife and mother who suffered so Is Kettlnff her health back and soon will be And who is so happy as she Is As she thinks ot the shadow thats taken It s One Man Fatally Burned end Three In jured or LeBS Nov explosion took place at Galileans coal south of this yesterday A blast has just been fired and the suppo sition is that this either ignited a series of other blasts which were primed or else started an explosion of The men were all thrown violently to the whlle the fire ran through the galleries of the As soon as it passed those least hurt dragged their more unfortunate companions to the main entrance and made their Tom Donelson was terribly burned all over his body and will Frank Lee Howard and Lee were seriously but not fatally STREET CAR TRAIHS One Man Badly Injured in an Accident on Slonx Citys Surface Siocx after noon yesterday a gripcar on the cable road collided with a car on the electric the accident occurring at the intersection of Sixth and Jackson where there Is a steep Incline and where both cars were going down The cable had the right of way and the electric line motorneer says his brakes would not John stone was on the open gripcar and was thrown over the front He caught hold of the guard in front of the grip and held on while he was dragged sev eral car He was terribly brused and will probably DEFENDED HIS Almost Solid for the FOET Metho dists of Fort DDdze voted on the question of admitting women as delegates to the general A light vote was cast but it was all in the same the result beine very nearly unanimous for Only two votes were past against woman and these were known to have come Convicted of Charles a negro roustabout who killed a white on the steamer Mary Morton last was found guilty of manslaughter in the district court this of Brakeumn of a freight brake slipped from the frosty top of a car Walnut yesterday morning and WES He leaves a Death CUlmed fSpecial to The under arrest for died this morn ing at the sheriffs Walking In In Frank Leslies Popular Monthly for In traveling along the roads of Pales I am impressed as I conld not otherwise have been with the fact that for the most went afoot We find Him occasionally on a once riding in a triumphal as it Is sometimes although it seems to me that the hosannas of the crowd conld not have made a ride on a un impressive and funny creature like that which pattered with Him into Jerusalem very much of a But we are made to understand that generally He How much that means only those know who have gone over the A STeeroft Desperate Struggle With a Squad of Police Who Invade His Prem SIODX was a smallsized war in this city yesterday when the Sioux City Terminal company attempted to lay its track across a lot owned by Henry a negro who some years ago bought the lot for a song and now wants for An ap praisers jury awarded him but he refused to and when the work men started to lay the tracKs he got a gun and drove them A message was sent to police headquarters and Chief Stanley and two officers went The chief walked upon the when Riding stepped forward and ordered him threatened to shoot him If he did not Chief Stanley demaded that Riding leave the At Riding at tempted to strike the chief with a Stanley was prepared and dealt Riding a blow on the head with a The big negro fell to the ground and the chief jumped upon A tussle ensued and Riding would have won had not the policemen come when Riding was ar rested and taken to the city jail and locked ATTACKED BY distances traversed by We are accustomed to read that Bethany is two miles from any man In ordinary health can walk two mites without but not more than one A man out of a thousand can waik from Bethany to Jerusalem without exhaus It is over the Mount of and you must climb up among the and descend where exertion Is necessary to keep you from falling pros who to walk ten or twelve miles without tried part of this road over the Mount ot and confess I wonld not want to try it such demand does it make upon ones physical Yet Christ walked it twice a in the morning from Bathany to and in the evening from Jerusalem to Likewise it seems a small thing that Christ walked from Nazareth to but it takes us four days of hard horseback sometimes on a trot and sometimes on a to do it this The way is mountainous in the To those who went up the Tip Top on Mount Wash InBton before railroad was I will say that this journey from Nazareth to Jerusalem Is like seven such American So all up and down and aross and recrossing Jesus Herod Ahab Saladin rode Solomon Antony Bub Jesus With swollen ankles and sore muscles of the and bruised heel and stiff and panting lungs and faint along the roads and where there were no roads at Jesus Attempted to Murder a shot and seriously wounded his wife this morning and sui Family troubles were the The Jforth Murder trial ot Daniel who murdered City the shadow of disease that darkens so many and makes the lire of wlf mother one ot terrible How pleased we ac to knowThatat Insi a remedy has betnfound tor all those delicate rangcments and weak nesses peculiar to It comes to cheer homes withglad tidings of Plurces Favorite Prescription has for women what no other remedy has or can do and It IB not to be wondered at that women who have been cured by It are so en thusiastic In Us praise It is the onlj medi cine for women sold by under a pstttee gtirrantee f m he nrnnu factunrs of satisfactl or money re What makes the world eo around J he murmured I she that it is the law of Why Thrilling Experience of a TwelveTear Old Bor Sear Willie aged of this went out toa pasture near the city to drive the cows home he saw what supposed to be two dogs running about and sport Ing on the and he started to chase thinking all the as he they were peculiar looking Instead of running from as would which were started for him and one of them attaked the but the animal defended herself and struck one of them with her fore hoof and crippled it so that it could hardly In the meantime ahoy had unfastened the which was knotted at both The Nashville five furlongs Kinney Laura Doxey Joe third Second and fifteensixteenths of a mile Robin Consignee Vermont Third and up elevensixteenths of a mile Nettie Kent Maggie B Expense third Fourth and r one mile and a sixteenth Grey Cloud Silver Lake third Fifth and six furlongs Mark S Lady Blackburn Grey Cloud thirds Uow Severe Colda Mre From the Virginia City When we find a medicine vwe knowtdS possess genuine we comsider it and we take pleasure in telling public what It Such a medicinewe found Chamberlains lastV winter when la grippe was We are satisfied that we warded ot sev eral attacks that were threatening by t use of this and we since i in a few hours and in the course of two or three dayie titely broken by several of our friends to whom weVhive recommendedflt resented to be by the vnnhavea cought and to stop f Cough Remedmwill sale by ff i s f   

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