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   Burlington Hawk-Eye (Newspaper) - November 22, 1890, Burlington, Iowa                                liiii j Seem Determined to Let Lous Joy Be The Continue to Vital rolntnShort Bairn Trilltines North from Sioux Agency tf sources that the reliable r an Immediate upris s u hi ifraW Bull makes up his Slttlng Bull 1 ln Irous but lhe this would precipitate ent McLaughliu has lost i nf Bull and other At ir tho dance keeps up day and The Indians with Sitting Bull do thefriendlv whitesand hands with They veil hn rte the white men will be lDto buffalo and catfish Agent McLaughliu e Indian police to arrest but Instead of obey threw off their clothes ned in tue They returned iTaramcy without their prisoners no Sitting Bull is of the Increase of cattle on tha river belonging to the white Be teaches his followers that Said is made on the settlers and Tire the ludlans can surrender SlsTOearance Oj the soldiers and be yiC ffr nt fntn rtf referring to Genoini statement outlined quire the utmost care and prudence on the part of tho army to prevent and with that they The great trouble iJ craze is so widely eUstlnir many places widely The Commissioner Bell this aftefnoo re ceived a terrain from Special Lent Cooper at Pine Ridge saying Ihe Indians are still dancing The police report that thirty Rosebud Indians have arrived at this reservation and six or seven hundred more are We hope to settle this Indian craze without All kinds of rumors are in In the course of the afternoon the fol lowing telegram was received at the war department from General number of Indians going from Rosebud agency to Pino Ridge aaency Is increas Reliable advices show that this Messiah crazo is extending to the Indians near tho mountain border and between the Sioux nation and the Canadian Proctor carried the dis i Sucrotarv because of the fate of former no new ones will JllljBte The Indians who have ac property are opposed to the 1 Ised uprising The young bucks tave and the older ones jre led by Sitting are lay the I Unriniiic of the sI lifjEnreka state the settlers in Biu J and Campbell counties are flocking lijjiuttt place on account of the rumor last ibe Sioux had taken the war on the is completely It was reported this inorn two men had been shot and Ilttlped bv the Indians in Campbell I BPt5 but the report is not credited I6 people are greatly excited I jLdlire appealing to Governor Mellette lilforsniis and teuing Attitude of If of Fort arrived here to Iblindreports ihreatenings on the part the Indians carrying on the ghost to resist any Interruption by force The Indian policemen sent to their stoppage of the dance lire disarmed and obliged to return to lie An extra company of soldiers tebeen forwarded from Fort Sully to Tort Bennett and preparations are made tease of There arc fears an outbreak may occur any time but have been accustomed to gjieratneBt control so long that it is tsaildered rather doubtf ul that they will ijiempt any More Serionw General Wlllams said tbjs evening a telegram Usbeen received from General itPice saying his scheme for in ducing disloyal Sioux to abandon their tribe join the loyals is working well udhe hopes soon to have the hostile tioifd broken The report of the 1 jficer in charge at Eosebud is not so He ttkgraphs that when the force under his command moved near the Indians camp 1 they retreated back fifteen miles lid tonight arc holding ghnst dances iiid working up such a fenzy that some ODtbreak may occur before tomorrow were also advised 10day that Sitting Bull had been send In out requests to all Sioux i in the Indian Territory far west as Wyoming to join his J3e is assisted by a large number Indians who have been educated by j tie government In the If the lu lus care to do so they can do much dsaage before being Of their career would be short but i Mends could never De made for the or lives thev might Will JCot Tolerate Nonce an interview tils General M iles said he had CD farther word from General Brooke j tat he thought the latter had beyourt all given the Indians to understand T te was there for the purpose of protect lug lives and and God help tho who makes a It is Ml my said General to tolerate any I will tell you further that so far as regards the present ample supply of ammunition and tie best patterns of Winchester rifles which the Indians are that somebody up iu that northwest country Imaking a business of furnishing these ind it will not be many days before I stall know Just how this business is ac Assistant General Corbln said the re moval ot the Cheyuues from Iine Ridge sgency in accordance with the recom mendations of the commission has been The carrying out of the order he will remove a disturbing element from Pine Ridge and divert the mention of other This evening General Miles was in re ceipt u a telegram from Rosebud from one of his officers In advance of the formal The officer gives a ser Mn delivered by Short the so Med prophet of the at Rose rad agency to the In his ser Bull said the things he predicted rod have come to pass in two sea but since the whites am beginning time will be Jta Indians must not be afraid of any said there will be a sprout up and all the members of Mr tribes must gather But this time we must dance balance of this at cud of which time the will shiver very When this 1 will start the wind to We will then see our fthers and the In arc tne ones are living a acred Our father in heaven has mark at each point of the four i A clay pipe lies at the setting of sun and represents the A arrow at the north represents the At the rising of the sun W0 a representing the Arapa At the south there lies feather representing the Crow My father has shown me these therefore we must continue the w S1 There may be soldiers surround Pay no attention to them con rae the If the soldiers sur Mtad you four deep whom I have sing a song and patches to the cabinet and they formed the subject of Secre tary Proctor says the suggestion made by General Miles that troops iu other divisions than his own command be gotten in readiness to reinforce him has already been Orders have been sent to the commanding officers of troops as far south as Texas and Ari zona and as far west as California to pre pae the men for immediate movement if the emergency In any it Is the intention of the department to heavily reinforce the troops in the Da katos during the and they w be moved iu from other divisions from time to In this way it is expected the department will be able to mass an overwhelming force at the agencies where the excitement is at its so to effectually suppress the Indian up rising in the spring Major Wright who was rein stated as agent at aecney left tonight for that He In his if a few of the ring lead ers were locked up tha would be apt to die does not he present trouble entirely to the re ligious although he Ihiuks some of the Indians been deluded into a b lief In the He says this story about the cominir Messiah was starud mainly among nonproffressive led by such men as SilUag Hull and Red These men deposed as chiefs of the Sioux reservation and any other movement tvlilch was in the lino of The religious craze was ori ginated by them in order to regain their control over the Bad crops and short rations was also an important fac If the leaders can be gotten out of the way the others may quiet HAKSIEON FAVORS It is Slowly but Surely Closing Around Many Western A Mounter Railroaa Allian ice Formed the Under the Direction of Little WizardA Fast Mall Fr01Il the learned that Jay Gould has in spi e sucb i 6laSive secured such a block of Atchisou ttock as suffices has voice in the The that one of his presumably was one of the directors ot the Atchldson Gould himself nas made frequent expressions of his de sire to secure a complete understanding in western and southern railroad mat aud hints have often been heard of a combination being formed between tho three great systems of that Manvel and Huntington lines of this harmony of Interests so oft and ardently desired by could not be better con served than by getting these rival prop erties into his and the informa tion received declares that as far as the Atchison is Is really the The continual decline of stocks of the past few weeks has given him the op portunity long sought aud the low ugures at which Atchison has been late ly have enabled Gould to se cure all he wanted at his own A big slice was obtained during the ex citement of last May as the discov of this fact at that time caused tbo stock rise he contented him self with waiting till the price could hammered down In it Is This will decrease the present time one It Is Intended to the run from Buffalo to Chicago in thir teen The train Is expected to reach Chicago at every morning and will carry one sleeper from New A Qtuntlon or RedeeiuluK Editorial Mlle time age the Rock Island road purchased from scalp ers ninetyone thousand miles of trans portation over the Topeka and Santa Fe In theshape of editorial These were turned over to the Western Passenger association for re demption by the but that com pany Is not Inclined to redeem the officials asserting they had notified the conductors as soon as they learned of the tickets being In the scalpers hands to take themup and cancel them when ever they nulli fies their The Rock insists H does and trouble is likoly to THE WORLDS THEBEEI socAR A Proposition to Make Des Koines the Center of the Arrangements Matte Kutitbllrth XMr ilun Ilia Oeuerxl Special to The DES com mercial exchange of this city held its first banquet of tho season The chief topic of discussion was the manu facture of sugar from and the practicability and advisability of making Des Moines a great center for its manu The sentiment was unanimously In favor of the and arrangements were perfected for the establishment of a factory here with sufficient capital to Insure its The Attorney Geuerul WkKly to he Ap to the Supreme The talk of Alfred of for the su preme bench ha not much Russell is a college chum of Secre tary Proctor and a great friend of Chaun cey He Is also attorney for the Wabasu railway and It is be lieved hfl is only brought forward to an tagonize Gresham The Jailers chances are not as bright as they were for the supreme Harrison does not like Gresham on personal and it is now will be quite enough to prevent The talk o Attornev General Miller is stronger than and if HarrNon can he assured by Edmunds that Miller will be he will undoubtedly be the strongest can didate IE presidential ELECTROCUTION Sen Argument of Case of KemmlerV The of the Japanese sen tenced to by electricity in New was argnul before the Uuted States supreme court Rocer who was counsel for basing his applica tion for a writ of ou the ground that the of demonstrated that electrocution was not an instantaneous and death that it violates provisinns of the federal constitution forbidding cruel and and unusual Sherman spoke at reading the paper reports the death of Hiasserted that there ie grave doubt whether artificial electricity gen erated under the present scientific con ditions will invariably cause immediate Sherman was frequently inter rupted with questions by Justice Field and Justlcn When the former sugsested that in York persons had been killed in a short time by an ac cidental contact with electric light Sherman narrated the case of the line men who did not die for some al though they received a shook from a dynamo of two thousand Attorney General for New York He declared the trial of the Kemmier case and the practi cal execution of the law had settled the whole question of As he understood electricity and hanging both had too the much cruelty in it to suit StrinRent Inmiisratlon gen eral who has returned from a visit to principal foreign ports of em barkation of emigrants bound for the United reports he found no sys tematic medical examination of wishing to come to this In repoM to the secretary of the treasury he makes the suggestion that stringent immigration laws be made and enforced so as to guard against to this country of any person not become a citizen or who may be from any contagious disease and would be likelyto become a public the troubles of Baring Brothers have been of great service to That firm has in the past been largely interested in Atihison and they have lately been credited with throwing over vast amounts of these se curities Whatever may have been the Atchison was selling pretty low last week and this was Goulds The object of this purchase is to secure a short line to lie has tried to get this Chicago and would have proved a very desirable but the price was to Atchison suits needs nearly as aud Atchi son he as the results of the recent Gould has gobbled up Union some Rich mond and goodness knows what aud has now under his control a system of roads aggregating nearly thirty thousand miles of and extending to all quarters of the southwest and NEW is stated this afternoon that an alliance has been formed between theinterestsrepresented by George of Pea bodv Jay Huntington aud the Standard Oil by which all railroads owned or con trolled by them Individually or jointly will be operated practically under Goulds This alliance includes the Southern Union Missouri Pacific and Northern Kansas and Texas Pacific and many other It is also said that Gould is try ing to force the stockholders of the Rock Island to cither sell their stock around its present price or join hands with the other roads In the The Bur lington and the Chicago and Alton will act with the allied roads in whatever steps may hereafter be but there are fears that the Vanderbilts may be angry at the loss of their traflic contract or that the Union Pacific may refuse to If the Vanderbilts and the roads controlled by Pierport Morgan can be brought a meeting of the bankers and railroaa presidents of all roads in the country will be called and the new association and then an immedi ate material advance In all railroad rates will at once be To a reporter of the Evening Punt Jay Gonld this afternoon said I know notbinz as to whether or not Adams has placed his resignation in the hands of I maj Adams and Ames visited me yesterday and the former expressed a strong desire to be relieved from the office of He suggested he should resign and a meet Ing of stockholders for action upon his resignation will be called next I if It Is true that he has In trusted his resicnation to this meeting will be It Is that any vacancies occurring iu the management of the road will be filled at this Dillon has been tnen as successor to It is probable that should Dillon be there would be elected with hita a vice president who should also act as general manager with headquarters at Dillons interests of keep him as he would only have to look after the finances of the Chauncey presideutof the New York was teen tonight and asked what the Vanderbilts would do about the Well m I dont know anything about this I could not say without looking into Come around again and 1 may tell Gould and the NEW Gould was Interviewed this morning in reference to the report that he had got control of the He said the report was erron eous although ho owned a considerable portion of the stock of the lie said the Missouri Pacific and Atchison had entered into an agreement with ref erence to tho future business policy of the two roads so that they would not Frenideut Director Ames and others decline to say ftlanntrcrri Adopt ft Keiwlou of the Natloiiil board of lady managers of the worlds fair today adopted a constitution similar to that Of the national Miss Sarah of was recommended to the national commission for appoint ment to the position nS director of the department of fine arts of a resolution asking the closing of the worlds fair on the Sabbath day so far as It was affected by barter and con siderable this went At the meeting of the national com a report of the committee on foreign affairs was adopted with a reso lution authorizing the committee to ex pend in sending agents abroad as provided in the act of congress no ex to be until the president shall have issued a procla mation to the various nations At ihe afternoon session the special committee on relations of the commission and the local board and the and duties of the made its H says all the powers of the commission should be exercised In a large measure through the The report practically reproduces sec tion six of the notional act defining the powers of the commission to have inter course with ail exhibiters and says it Is the committees opinion that these powers are in no way abridged by reason of the fact that the larger portion of tho funds are to be raised through the in strumentality of the local Illinois corpor It is the opinion of the committee that this when Is a public dedicated by the act of congress and with the consent of the Illinois cor poration to a specific and to be controlled and expended In the execution of that purpose by the agencies named by said act of Regarding the the report says under the exhisting organization of tho com he is the officer through whom space is to be allotted to the classification determined upon and executed and through whom the commission and Its committees are gen erally to have intercourse with all exhib itors and representatives of foreign na Another paragraph concedes that the rules and regulations of the exposi tion are to originate with the local but that they are to be ap proved by the national commission and under the supervision of its director gen The report also recommends con ference with the local It was unanimously The National Live Stock associations committee today objected to the action of the worlds fair commission in decid ing that no cash prizes shall be offered for live It was decided that 000 should be appropriated for premiums either by the commission or local this money to be distributed among the various classes as follows 41 per cent 25 15 12 A communication was received from the national informing the committee that the money would either have to come from the local directory or There was another exiting debate bu fore the adjournment over tho report of the committee on Commissioner Waller spoke of the general impression among the people at large that most of the salaries fixed by the commission were outrageously of New presented a resolution calling for a cutting in two of the ex cept the Martin dale wanted to cut all except the direc torgeneral to a After a hot debate and any number of amend ments the whole matter was referred to the committee on judiciary and THE SCHEME DIDNT A Peculiar Case in Which Governor nnil Warden JUuMillau Unagreed Special to Tho Dies Boies returned from Madison penitentiary this morning where he wont to endeavor to reconcile certain differences of opinion existing between Warden McMillan and but without About a year and a half John who comes from a well respected family liv ing in Mouona was captnrned in the act of commiting He was also indicted for another offense of the same At fue trial before Judge at Sioux upon the ad vice of his counsel Cox pled guilty with the express understanding that he was to receive but one He was sentenced to one year in Fort Mad ison penitentiary on each both sentences to begin on the same The plan worked all right until near the day of his release which should have occurred near the end of but Warden McMillan discovered that the clerk of ihe district court had lu placing the two Indictments record forgotten the all Impunant fact that two sentences should begin tue same and that as a conse quence Cox was billed at the penitentiary for a year to So when asked why lie did not release the boy by the gov who had letters showing the in tention of the judge and other officers to jeiirt ox up for but one he referred his excellency to the decisions of the supreme court and refused the The governor now will probably pardon as the easiest way out of the diffi ASSAULTED HIS the misunderstanding bntween the two Interests was The officers present were VIcePresldent Rip General Agent Traffic Manager Bird and The principal demand of the shippers was that freight from Dutmqun to points on the Council Bluffs and Davenport divi sions be routed via Farley instead of thereby saving nearly onehalf mileage In a distance of one hundred and twentyfour This was Ripley agreed to send trackage from Dubuque to Farley over the Illinois Cen tral road to take effect December Lower rates were also granted over the Southern Minnesota Both the managers and the shippers were satisfied with the arrangements Wllllauia1 Dig Stake Special to The WWill lams has in contemplation a free forall stallion stake to be trotted at his big meeting In August If carried and present prospects are that ft will It will the greatest race In the It would bring together such horses as Palo and possibly with the 4yearoid record of and the dead gams horse as a This Is in addition to the purse already hung which Is by far the most money ever offered at one THEYWANT sh Nationalists the Retirement of The rile r the Party Up the DlitgruHilnK tlonn In the introduced into Abducted Hin Owa Sheridan was arrested today for abduct ing his own daughter a child of six y Three months ago Sheridan brought suit aeainst the childs the Misses who had her in cus which was Sheridan allowing the McGee sisters to keep the child on condition that he be allowed to see A week ago he stole the and this afternoon the aunts endeavored to recover Sheridan followed them and a stormy scene took place on the the father finall carrying his daughter away in The aunts then swore out a warrant for his BANKS IN A BAD the One Ht GuthrJe FailM ami i ICMRgeiE The Commercial bank of this which Is the largest bank in the territory assigned late last night for tho benefit of its The proprietors have all left The tf I vicepVesident of the Company of who snipped the longshoremen They must for anything about the report ofhe proposed Pacific to the transfer of the Gould Union Pacific to the A Hrooklyn Oank some of you up put holy shirts I have taught nf the soldiers auiue I me MJiujeis drop Then rest will start hut their horses will sink into the The riders will jump from their l the5 will sluk into the earth you can do what you desire with i10 must know that all in that race will be hinf be only five thousand of them 8 on tne canhMy Irlends and straight and We at Pass Creekwhen the tree ng then we will be among our You must Clianee In the Union racilie Directorship NEW is authorita tively stated today that a meeting of the principal stockholders In tho Union Pa cific Railway company for reorganization of the board of directors will be held next It is understood that at this meeting Charles Francis Adams will re tire and be succeeded by Sidney The new board of directors will in lude Russell Jay Alexander Orr and Henry The now intends to appoint some young and ac tive railroad man as vice president and cashiers shier and the nam ed received CoiiBressiuan tcie here today announces ss illness of Congressman is sufferinff from home in Mount the who whose headquarters This person Is not cd for M 31 day the murder of nt tcmber fifth Ms wlth and women aW My father are th ns to do lhis ttinsGuns nar t y thinSs we are afraid but i see that they do white men may listen to an Interview late tonight General general will be at yet decided Another Fast Mall Train From the response to the eeneral demand for Increased mall faclli fies te government is about to establish another fast mail train between New YortrandI Chicago via the York Lake Shore the tnce November 30 The train will leave the Grand Central on n New York every day in the in a arriving at Albany at ere it will receive the great mails from Boston and New The train will arrive at m where it will be LoUl president of Anderson for you suffer through Buffalo at With the adoption of the new collapse was cause by the failure recently of the National The liabilities and assets cannot be as A run was made on other banks this but it was stopped when an ample showing of funds was The bank belongs to a syndicate which practically controls the banks In Kansas Stillwater and The Newton bank failed Today the Guthrie bank suspended and the Whitewater concern Is now in the hands of an Nothing has been heard from Normal or Stillwater The Guth banks capital was Newtons and the others about the It is believed here that the assets are equal to the The Fourth National Bank All NEW The board of directors of the Fourth National bank today adopted a resolution setting forth the facts of the present financial strin gency and stating that during the pres ent month that bank has had of commercial paper fall all if which have been promptly met at ma showing the merchants to be in a prosperous condition that the stringency in the money market almost stopped the purchase of commercial bills and de prived the mercantile community of Its accustomed facilities and authorizing the officers of the bank to buy freely of nrst class commercial paper and take If a liberal amount of clearing house certificates for that The Marker Bunk Barker Brothers Companys banking house opened this although no busi ness was One of the employes stated that no statement of the nrm s condition would be made this although one might be made later In the day The Investment company of Phil of which Wharton Barker was one of the is perfectly It is and unaffected by the fail ure of Barker The Hank The run on the Howard Savings bank still Excellent Qnallttea Command to public approval the Cali fornia liquid fruit remedy Syrup of It Is pleasing to the and to the taste and by acting gently on the liver and It cleanses the system thereby promoting thn of Deft In a Aloud Nearly tpcclal to DES was a lively time on East Grand avenue last who lives at tempted to kill his wife about sevenoclock last They are a tough Last evening Jones came home in a bad He has been jealous of his and the greeneyed monster had taken a fresh hold on He drew a revolver on his wife and threatened to kill Her cries brought a neighbor to the who was knocked down by Jones on at tempting to Finally the po lice arrived and Jones was taken into This morning Jones was dis charged for lack of evidence U conclusively proven that on an evening previous he found his wife in an assignation house in company with a prominent merchant of tho whom he disfigured ORANGE BLOSSOMS The I inanity of 11 Protective Bride a Few Uourti Uefore the Wedding few days ago a young man from Foster by the name of Victor Engblom appeared at the county clerks office witli a blushing maiden and asked for a marriage Her name went on the license as Miss Anna of Lucas and they were to have been married that She was the picture of a picture for anyone to look upon who admires feminine with the bloom of health on her cheeks and a happy light In her blue But just as they were about to board the Mis Johnsons manner became suddenly changed and she commenced talking in a wierd strange giving an incoherent harangue on The young broken soon discovered that she had become de mented and by no little amount of strategy succeeded in getting her on the train for Lucas county oft from another train which was standing near and which she Insisted was the right Ar riving M Lucas her friends had her taken before the commissioners of insanity and she was sent to Pleas ant for Today Engblom returned from where he accompanied and stopping at the court sadly related his story and had the license No reason could be assigned for her but from her conversation she seemed Insane on the subject of A NEW COURT Inherit a and Alpboust two young Germans of this have received word that a man named August who is unknown to had deeded them valuable prop erty in New The in formation comes from a firm of Wall street The property is given thmn as heirs of their the late Pauline One of the brothers left last night for New York to investi The property is said to be very valuable and comprises fifteen lots in the best portion of A Reform ludufttrial Nov Knights of Labor last night agreed to hold a na tional reform Industrial conference some time during the ensuing year for the formation of an Independent platform upon the principles of the Knights of The Farmers Alliance and all labor organizations are invited to send A Station Agent for four years station agent of the Boston and Maine railroad at West failed to appear at his place of duty on October and has not since been seen in this It is charged that he is short In his accounts to the amount of Bishop is years of age andihas a wife and two An ntereslini Special to THE LAKE Interesting suit has brought against Doty Zane for damages by Cole on account of the defendants selling Intoxicating liquors to her husband con trary to The owners of the build ing were also made parties to the Struck by a Special to The a telegraph line was seriously in jured by a passenger train striking him as he was standing on a hand car near this place this A Hoy and Special to The Vintons large barn near Whitten was destroyed by fire caused by his erand son playing with The loss is with no feeling among the English liberals the subject of the OShea revelations continues to one of the most Influen tial among the worklngmens represent atives la Is quoted as speak ing very strongly against the continu ance of Parnell as a liberal Rlcard said The liberal party represents the working people and the socalled middle among whom the purity of home life is held In high es We have neither the time nor the Inclination for debauchery and we want our leaders to be men that we take by the When Joseph Blggar leaving a good deal of property to an llligitimate son and the sons wa were a good deal surprised and bnt this case Is far How can we condemn the aristocracy for their licen tiousness if bur leaders are not men at least decent In their domestic behavior says Half of Gladstones Inttnonce with the British masses springs from his ex emplary domestic I think Par nel should retire until things blow The nonconformist who exercise a vast inltueace among the lib the bulk of tha English liberals being are quoted by the provincial papers as calling for a change in the Irish fne tory paper in North Wilts speaks of Parnell as the Bagenel Harvey of the latest Irish hanged in his own the allusion being to a gentleman named who was executed at Waxford for participating in the rebellion of AH indications point to dissensions among the English liberals regarding Parnells The morning papers again publlshcolumn upon column of gossip and opinion upon the Parnell including references to it made in various speeches by politicians in the interviews with prominent letters to the It Is impossible to disregard the fact that the liberal rank and rile are everywhere showing signs of indignation at the ap parent disposition of the leaders to ignore Parnells the noted liberal declares his opinion that Irish home rule may as well be rele gated to the planet Saturn unless Parnell is thrown overboard Xarroir itttthe 1 men t or the Studebaker building nexttaji the Auditorium at a late hoop this a dense smoker gi Into the corridors of the quite a panic among the many of j had gathered tip their effects and down the weraj soon allayed by the efforts of The Smoke also the Auditorium theater bat front of the stage and the being assured that there was absolutely BO the play went on tha audience in Ignorance of the proximity of the which was soon extinguished with slight WOULDBE LTKCHBRS Attempt of a Mo aMurderer In Tennetweev attacked the jail at an early honrthia morning to get a few murdered Constable Ross and his They could not force side iron door bat succeeded in breaking J hole through A ter climbed with a revolved and Immediately a report was heard Coulter said be was Samuel Sellers started In to his assistance when Widfs or one of the other prisoners shot abd probably fatally wounded The mob then The sheriff smuggled Widls out of town this The people are wild with BASE BALL GENERAL FOBHGN NONPARTISAN Change County Votes to Isrtne Tor That Special to The county yesterday voted for the issue of bonds to the amount of for the erection of a new court The building will occupy a site within one block of the business portion of the city on an entire block of Building materials are very cheap here and the the sum in question will certainly give us one of the finest structures of its kind In A SOLDIERS in th ses here It hours was thought to be The hew NEW committee on the reorganization of the sugar trust today announces a majority of certifi cates had alrrady been Betohams PH14 cure McNalr Hltiniell Frank of prominent In political and Grand Army com mitted suicide Wednesday night by drowning himself In a poud near his Mental aberration resulting from recent sickness was the cause of the Tiie Vote 111 the Special to The DES executive council this aUeruooncanvassed the vote upon congressman in the seventh dis to find out who was elected to fill the vacancy occasioned by the resigna tion of This canvass should have been made within fifteen days of the but when the coun cil met at that time as a board of can vassers they had to adjourn to another day owing to the nonreceipt of the official returns from two The vote stood Senator The regular canvass will be made on December Ilie Iowa CKDAK day mornings session of the Iowa Fire mens meeting was devoted to making changes in the constitution and articles of At the afternoon ses Des Moines having failed to come forward with its gaurantee for the pay ment of prizes at the next it was moved to hold the tournament and Cedar Rapids was selected by a vote of 43 to the Cedar Rapids delegates not The meeting then adjourned to meet at Council Bluffs the third Wednesday in A Conference Wllli a meetine held yesterday between the shippers of Dubnque and a number of the aeneral officers of the Milwaukee and The OrRHiiization Will Xo Name tho na tional convention of the NonPartisan Womans Christian Temperance Union reassembled this morning the telegram from Miss Francis Willard was asking that the name of the organization be as it was not The ex ecutive committee had considered the telegram and decided that as It was not officially addressed to the and as the association could not change the name for a year no action would be New York was selected as the next place of The resolutions adopted by the con vention were but embodied the staple The section most freely discussed pertained to the signing of the petition in regard to the closing of the Columbian exposition on the It passed after much The Y branch received hearty Indorsement in the Gratitude is expressed to congress for recognition of the evil effect of the original package The organization of juvenile socities the im portance of temperance instruction In the schools the necessity of vigorous work along the line of the organization renewed declarations that the individual opinion of individuals should not be and an endorement of he temperance publicans were embraced In the The evening sessioa was devoted to Y and temperance iofaoii lu tue persons in a boarding house oh Wabash avenue were poisoned at supper last The sup position is that the poison was put in the stew by a colored waiter who was dis charged Two of the victims are In a serious while the others are out of The ArchbiHhop of Canterbury Glres Bis Opinion Regarding Irregular archbishop of Canterbury has delivered judgment against the Edward bishop of who was charged with ritualistic regarding the juris diction on the ecclesiastical court and his obligation to obey the rebrical direc tions In the The arch bishop suspended judgment in regard to the bishops rubrical The mixing of water with the used in the act of the archbishop Infringed the law of the bnt the USR of a mixed prepared before did not offend the ecclesiastical The charge against the bishop re garding absolution was it not being supported by the The archbishop decided that Kings ac tion In turning his face to the east dur ing communion and thus making his manual acts invisible was The acts must be visible to the The singing of the hymn Agnus Dei during communion was not Carlug for Is officially an nounced that arrangements for continu ing the business of the Barings Is con A limited company has been formed with a subscribed capital exceed ing Thomas becomes chairman of the company and devotes the whole of his fortune to the firms The London Stock on the stock exchange this as compared with yesterdays show slight advances for American The market closed Padtenr Pasteur sent congratulations to who in sent a specimen of lytnp to The municipal authorities have allot ted temporarily to Professor Koch five buildings in the Moablt suburb of Berlin for the purpose of aiding him in carry ing on his experiments looking to the discovery of a cure for infections dis such as and typhus Professor Koch in these carry on his investigations into the nature and cure of There will be accom modations for 150 patients in the tempo rary The professor considers that his labors in connection with tuber culosis are Poor ISadty is claimed here that while the treatment of poor patients in the hospitals is only half a few favored physicians are treating from 150 to 550 patients charging them from to per The hospital patients are only half treated and neglected and are often In a dangerous Koch knows nothing of Striking Seamen seamen and fire men ou the Cork Packet companys ves sels were sentenced to Imprisonment for a month for breaking the articles of agreement by joining the Governor Bo Election to be Boyd this morning received an official notice that his eleclon Is to be contested by Will election or more representative men from ail parts of the state met here It Is believed to ar range for an Investigation of alleged elec tion De ex diplomatist and and brotherin law of General in speaking of Stanley and his African said The perpetual miracle of Stan ley Is his obtained by faith in by his indomitable None among the great leaders of men has possessed to a higher degree the genius of That gift Is rarely accompanied with The most beautiful trait of that which wonld give the most confidence in him as a man of is his incapacity to comprehend natures different from his Erain for whose indecision aiid want of character plunged Stanley into One can an ensemble of qualities more but one cannot admire too much that magnificent com position of of mystic assurance and of practical To judge his preceding voyages must be borne In The Provisional tlovf rniuent IH Rio con stituent by a vote of 175 to recognized the legality of the provisional government and adopted a resolution re questing the government to continne its functions until a vote was taken the federal Spaldlnc About the Wreck ot the Spaldlngar rived this morning from New In discussing the base ball be said This has been a long and bitter fightf and it will go down in sporting annals the greatest event in the history of our national But I have no doubt the victory of the National league is endur The men who have pnt np their money for tne Players leagne are and will not care to revive the defunct and C think the example set by them will serve a to other aspiring sports with money to throw away and a penchant for being known as base ball club It did look a bit blue for as Spalding when this fight openedThe Playersleague appeared to have the the best and the con to a large of the devotees of the But our rivals played a losing game from the They did not use good bussness The backers allowed the players to run in stead of making them confine their efforts to the A man may be able to throw curves or bat the ball in first class and still know nothing about Pattt can but I doubt if she could manage the It is entirely too early yet to predict the makeup of next years The NHohville Twoyearolds and ninesfx teenths of a mile Lorenzo Ed Belt Corinne Kinney third Second and np seven furlonas Stalbans Jubilee third Third and up five furlongs Tom Karl Miss Mary Bob Wade third Fourth and up one mile and seventy yards Big Three Buckler Fred Fink third Fifth and up elevensixteenths of a mile Long Brook John Adams Hara bonro third Saie of Short sale today of Short Horn cattle from the Aberdeen Angus herds of of Crestony Illinois of Danville At kins of West and i George of was quite The prices for the moat part ranged between S150 and Jennett and calf sold for to Row to the same for Blodbird to Lapsing of Cottage for These were the highest A New Railroad Raw of today filed with the secretary ot state the charter of the Kansas Central and Gatveston railway organized to construct a line of railroad from to The estimated length of the proposed road is nine hun dred miles and the capital stock Women May Join the na tional convention of the Farmers Mutual Benefit association adjourned sinn die todav after deciding to hold the neit meeting at Indianapolis during the sec ond week in November An amend ment to the constitution was adopted giving women and all others of the age of eighteen years the privilege of joining the Supplied With Mmtketii antl Thayer today complied with a telej graphic request from the citizens of Har rison and sending a supply of muskets and ammunition for use In case of an Indian The EfennenMy tnrdererit NEW the Heni nessy mnrder case the grand jnry todayi found true bills against nine Italians as principals and eight others as accessories to the The accused are now all In Fatally gtabbect Three years ago John mouu killed his but was after I wards acquitted on the that It was Tonight Tom Allen brought F up the matter in an offensive manner and fight ensued in which both men fatally J stabbed each other with Redlv the flrelljrht shines through the Chasing away all the shadow and fftoom LifrhthParted children fire prattling in glee Father is as happy as can For the wife and mother who suffered so Is getting her health hack ami soon will be And who is so happv as she Is As she thinks ot the shadow thats taken its the shadow of dispaso that darkens so many and makes the life of mother ono of terrible How pleased we toknowibatat last a remedy has betnfoimd for nil those delicate d nintrpments nnd weak nesses peruUarto Itcoiiwsto lisa homes with tldlnjrs of PierceR Favorite Prescription has ine for women what other remedy has or can and It Is to be wondered at that women who hnvp been by itaresoen tbuslHBtlc In its praise It is the only luwli ciue for women sold by under a VQslUvovrrantee f i he of gatlsf or money KOCHS Consumption Inoculation Eighteen Team NEW Lester Miller of 145 East One Hundredand Twentysixth a retired says inoculation for consumption was ap plied by him successfully more than eigteen years Miller says that at the time he read a paper embodying his idea upon the subject before the Academy of Sciences The only he that prevented him from carrying out his ideas was the lack of His method In to take virus from an animal In feted with genu ine tuberculosis and by special cultiva tion prepare It after the manner of the A ratal Caitle KAXSAS Is received here of a peculiar and fatal e disease among cattle and horses in gon and adjoining counties in thisst Over one hundred head are said to have J already How Severe are Ifroken DpIn Moai ft From tho Virginia City we find a medicine we possess genuine we comsiderl and we take pleasure In public what It Such a medicine found Chamberlains Cough winter when la grippe prevailing We are satisfied that we warded ot sevl eral attacks thatwere threatening nse of this and we have in a few hours severe vind in the course of two or three tirely broken them np by Its as hste several of our friends to whom we havi recommended It is all that it resented to be by the you have a cought and want ta stop It Chamberlains Remedy hv Struck miners and cokers of the big mammoth plants ot the Frick company inaugurate a strike against what ail ara   

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