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   Burlington Hawk-Eye (Newspaper) - November 25, 1890, Burlington, Iowa                                tj0QSHEDs IOWA AD recent and after irci mense amount of a BY BIS uinuau auiuuub 01 monev on v he turned bear and janptroller of the Currency jjjlces His Annual rwirnarkedhy a Grow tli TutUaf Than Any 6 mrlod Since 1865The Issue of Circulation annual ur of the Currency operations of the bureau Ive months ended October MS period 307 new banking were fifty have voluntary liquidation and nine in the hands of Jet increase fs constituting a than any period since amber of actlve hanks on October iis 350 These banks have in I bonds de w secure tanluote8 includlng repre JM lawful money deposited to re iTcirculation still The decrease In circulation daring the including the notes of gold failed and liquidating was and decrease of circulation secured gross deposits in including amounts due the was loans and Both these show a great increase over any troller agau calls attention JTtct that the issue of circulat become unremunerative on into the high premium commanded ral He renews his recom the obligatory deposit of Tbe reduced that circulation be in amount to the par value Gjjjlspledged and a semiannual duty t onefourth of one par per The passage of the bill to this pending in both houses would t mix increase the volume of paper j by about which would 1 degree relieve the present y The new associa j timid form more rapidly without premium on bonds neces IvHT purchased by the secretary of TjaiinT for fund r jiepsisige of the act providing for the Luiwof silver bullion is considered by tantamount to a declara Ijcthat the national banks will not be In3d upon to furnish the additional clr IEI ion evidently needed and the dis ol measures providing for the ci m and perpetuation of note issues i upon some ne w form of tamed I Is ohinstlve statement of the pro i nt paper used itaking operations in 1881 and 1890 R an increase in money equal to 65 I which is deemed significant aiconsidered In connection with the apparent insufficiency In the nt of com and paper money in cir The comptroller says the evi of currency is greatly aggra B retirement of national bank which form of paper money alone s that elastic property so essen il imperfect All money d direct by the government is neces nonelastic by reason of being In doss available for lawful money re TO on national and in most i possessing a lepal tender K comptroller says if the rapid exten i Is a correct criterion the national is more favorably re d than and the transac ts ol the year have been attended by the average degree of ntnlted States Sujireine Court Afllrmi ttiejngdment luthe Juglro supreme it oi the United States has affirmed judgment of the supreme court of iw York in the case of Shibuya Japanese murderer cocdemed to be iled by The court mere leldthp case was similar to that of IOWA PollUcUll to Pneumoula NEW Aucnet died eary this morning of pn financial he always havins been an enthusiastic lover of thoroughbreds As a politician Uelmont was active in thecounclls of the democratic naiona in ermay came to New York as aeent for the Rothschilds at the of establishing the great busi ness which je has continued ever BAILBOAD The trincim and Western Will the Maeon City and Special to THE MASON Secretary Simpson of the Winona and Southwest ern road is in the city today and states positively that the road is negotiating Jothe of the Mason City and The surveyors are now run ning the line into the city for connec A Nort hives torn NEW The directors of the Northwestern road declared a regu lar dividend of three per cent annual on the common stock and i quarter on per cent A Distillery warehouse of the llidge Park Distillery company collapsed today under the weight of barrels of Lowan Meyer was fatally The warehouse was valued at and the whisky at It is impossible to determine as yet how much the los upon the whisky will Decldoa AKHlunl the Roman Killatn today delivered a decision against the appeal of the Eoman Catholics against the act passed by the last legis lature abolishing separate The case will be appealed to Enclaud as the Catholics will not be satisfied until a de cision is obtained HE CHARGES n exConvict of thoAna nionB Penitentiary for Mur a Dubuque convict pardoned from ne penitentiary at Anamosaby Governor oies about two months has com enced suit against state lysician In charge of that aiming damages on a charge of Murray was convicted lout five years ago in this city on the harge of He was assigned to ity in the About ghteen months while at he 11 and sprained his The peti on alleges that although Murray re orted his injury to Adair the physi an neglected to give him proper treat He was put to work in the here his leg became inflamed and very Finally a plaster cast was put n the injured as the petition was left in place for nearly three Before it was removed gan rene had set in and amputation became Blood poisoning followed nd Murray became very weak and About two months ago Mur ly was pardoned by the governor and nt to his home in this A BLOODY and Topi river is flooded and great damage is being At Tschanch a mine was flooded and twenty men For the last three days hurricanes are reported throughout Austria with avalanches and floods in mountain A Crazr Husbands Terrible Turner last night killed his wife and lit tle He had been twice In the asylum and was only recently He was in a wild frenzy when the neigh bors found him and claimed he had acted in self The BIMioiisvllle Itlot telegram received from the sheriff this morning stated the rit at Bishopsville has sub sided and that twelve of the ringleaders have been arrested and are now in jail at A Motion NFW of the Kings county supreme this morning denied a motion for the vacation of the interlocutory decree in the case of the sugar trust trustees against the cor porations forming The American American Base Ball Association this morning re elected Zach Phelps The Athletic franchise was declared forfeited and petitions for admission were received from Buffalo and Made In Iowa Tor the Week Ending November iSpccial to the The following jmofice change were made in Iowa ending ember 22 inneshiek ilerP Torde fetmasters Ma MM Orios Lyon Craw Newton Richards Mount Van Buren Lora Pottawattamie Poweshiek Jefferson Monroe ender in All China The United minister to China has informed of state that the Canton parts of dollars made by or the late viceroy have been made tender la all China He says this tampered with will undoubtedly revolution in China and result in the establishment bank and become the basis C8AS6ED TOH k t Stubi Cannier of the l Under Nov Frank Stuben time cashier of the Chi aDd and Pilciflc railroad in Was ilrresied yesterday charged S short m his accounts It is a ie approximate estimate shows but a careful exam may change these figures great ttk nraucb ls confined to his house prostration Clarkaun Not The re port that General James Clarkson Is dangerously 111 of pneumonia in Asheville is Clarkson Is walking the streets here today and Is improving rapidly In Three Men Injured A package of dvnatnlte cartridges exploded In an ex cavation at Sixtythird street and Tenth avenue killed two Italians and seriously Injured a Propone to DiBBolve It Is le arned to night after the close of the OShea the conservatives at a private con ference unanimously decided that par liament should be immediately A Wreck on the Illiiiola Two trains on the Illinois Central railroad collided near Dubuque Edward Rus sell was and several others seri ously Fatally Shot Bis Wife aud Glade Run this Barney Brell fatally shot his wife and The couple hac been quarrelling almost constantly or HAWKETE CUSTOSS ELECTRIC The Baldwin Electric Light company has been granted an exclusive franchise for five years to build an electric street rail way at Clinton parallel to the old horse car SCTCTOK OF A A from Webster says Pittsburc Coal Firm for KBW1G Nov Thomas Faw 1 one of the lareest coal firms Their i Wot ik eslimated at Mem m sathe assets will exceed The senior is Thomas of the Central Judg ing were entered tral bank this mbrniug and all ny of the firm was levied upon the The firm has been large amount of paper and oaths has been known that 8ve The failure btok effect upon the Central u Is amnlv The long coiltin n of the river coal Anton from esr a welltodo farmer of McLean committed suicide by poisoning himself Friday It i said that domestic troubles caused the KEEPERS FiNEPOn Satur day a number of men who have been running saloons at Sioux City since th original package houses were closed wer fined each for violating a perma nent and the owners of th buildings In which the saloons were lo cated were also fined like amounts Eleven men were found ARRESTED FOB A Hemson Kaufman and wife i at Oskaloosa Sunday on a telegran i fr i Alone the Nova comes from coast of a terrible ail crafts are Cap wife and a sailor were lost drowmJ11 Francls Two sailors in a wreck off Exploit i iry was burned the Stock Exchange 8ai Bran m a member of the stock 1R52announced lls sus Itls said Brandon stocks through the found it filled with all His DEBTORS HKAOTS SOFTER TWO remarkable cases of sciences have just come to at Moines R PShevers has receiveu feuers one containing from a in eastern Ohio who had owed him moneV for twentynine and a payment lor anewaxe which dlsappe from his sugar camp h Shevers remarks that he stillI mail at Des Molnes and would be hear from many more of his old and 1890 PRICE 15 CEHTS Sad Sunday Tragedy at Iowa Attempted MnrderState Special to The Hs Butolphs revirl J 5 y and ared had some Huff is alleged de red he would sometime kill Jury investigated the case al d relleved Huff of an al much for the and escaped with all of his real Excitement at Pretty Pieie of Detective Special to The la big sensa on was caused here this morning by the Iscovery of a bloody trail leading from 3 obscure alley between Ninth and enth and along Main streets toward the The supposition in the minds of 10 fast gathering throng was that a ter ble crime had bsen Recol ectlon of the Cordell murder were re ved and several young men of a detec ve turn of mind had a startling case gured out somewhat similar in charac er to the fate of the unfortunate he put these wild sup ositions aside and went to work upon the ase with the quiet energy characteristic I our It was not long before clue had been An old colored iau had in the early dawn of inorn a mysterious figure drag a shapeless bject toward the river and throw it In ith a Following up the a who was out for an early hshing saw the man throw he object into the river but paid little ttention to It at the Come to hlnk of it he noticed the man cted rather and seemed nxlous and ill at Be quickly dis ppeared among some freight cars after asting furtive glances The boat man did not think he had been observed s a dense fog rented upon the The mans testimony was considered im ortant and he was told to appear aefore the grand At this stage a an appeared and said he wished to make a statement regarding the He was quickly led into the private none but the reporters of the two ocal papers being The man n his oath stated that at an early hour hat morning he heard a terrible racket ut in his back yard and judged that ome one was stealing his chickens Arming himself with a shotgun he crept and seeing a dark object near his he blazed A shriek of groaning resulted iut in a few minutes all was I went out to the continued the and What excitedly queried one of the unable to contain The stranger paused a took a hew of tobacco and continued Nothln but a derned dorg which had een eatin of my chickens once too threw the carkus In the river and good eddance There was a painful then a gradual dispersion to various care Irowning The two re lorters shook hands over the bloody hasm and swore to be true to each Mint Adopt Hie ClaBslllcation DBS Chicago Northwestern railway company has come in contact with the Iowa commis sion because of its refusal to adopt the cheese classification ordered by the board ome time The reason given by the company is the road is attempting to get nto line with the national As the commissions order is aimed to be n the same direction the board regards the roads excuse as a and lere therefore instructed the secretary to telegraph immediataly to the railway company that it is expected to put the new classification Into effect at The commission will demand of all the railroads immediate compliance with the An Attempted Murder at Special to Tho HawkEyeJ an exconvict who goes by the name of Commodore Foot in t police because of an abnormal growth of one of his endeavored to kill August the German workman Greendale was at work tearing down a shed owned by Lowenberg when Foot suddenly began firing upon him with a Foots reason was that the German was destroying the shed which had given him a sleeping place for the last Sllngley IB Acquitted jury in the Stingley murder case reached a erdlct of acquittal Friday but It was not made public until Saturday There was no conclusive evi dence against He was the city marshal and shot and killed two men while trying to arrest them for dlsorder y He claimed that the shoot ing was done in To Improve a MA SOY Cm Speed leading surveyor of the Winonaand Southwestern says that the com nanv has purchased the Mason City and Fort road and will improve it by hulldinc new About Jan uary the working force will go to Smaha andrunaHnetoFort Fatally Kicked by Special to The HawkEyeJ Special to The DBS A Yerian who is wanted at Pennsjl for the embezzlement of a large amount was arrested here this He has been here about two passing as a sewing machine THE FIRE A Ten Thouand Dollar lllaze at Eagle Special to The EAGLE Nov 24 biggest are Eagle Grove ever had broke out at last Four twostory store buildings on West Broadway were en tirely together with large losses on goods estimated at which are partially insured The fire was probably of Incendiary Tlio Boodleri Trial Special to The DES Nov The first case of the Des Molnes boodlers was today in it being the one against the charged with obtaining money under The trial is exciting much attention The entire day was spent in endeavoring to obtain a1 but only six were the ex tra venire for fifteen regular panels Issued by the judge being exausted SIGHTLESS BDI HOT Th4 Active Business Life of a Chicago Ulan Who Is Wholly The wonder of West Harrison streetis a blind William who lives at where he conducts a retail cigar and confectionery A casual observer would not be apt to discover that the storekeeper is totally blind the manner in he moves aronnd aud shows off his Buschick keeps his own waits on the takes in money and hands out change as deftly as any saleswoman in a down town He seldom makes mistakes in handling and if any body were mean enough to try it would not be an easy matter to pass counter feit coins on His sense of feeling is and per haps more so as a result of the absence of He hands out any brand of cigars asked and his sensitive finger tips light upon the right brand of chew ing gum without any His which are not concealed from are a beautif ul dark and a stranger looking into them would not guess that they were so utterly Buschick buys all his going down town on the street cars and about the crowded streets of the business sec tion of the south side vdthont a He never loses his When ready to return home he waits qnietly beside a peanut stand and asks the ven der to tell him when a Harrison street car This car passes his and he intuitively knows when it is opposite his He jumps from the car while it is in He walks about his store and turns sharp corners without He can walk straight to a door and grasp the knob without fumbling or trip down stairs as lively and as gracefully as a young and never makes a miscalculation when reaching the last He is a candy maker and makes all the candy he As is usnal in cases of the loss of this mans vision has quickened his senso of feeling and When his eyes went out of business their available assets appear to have been transferred to his ears and linger His ability to locate objects by Bound is This was demonstrated one night when a burglar brokeinto his The rob ber left hastily with a leaden bullet in his as spots on the floor proved the next The blind man handles a revolver cleverly and shoots accurately for one so heavily handi locating the object to be aimed at by Chicago HE COMETH The Failure of the Messiah to Ar rive Disheartens the Mnuy of Sitting FollowerH Desert Mystery of the A Plot to Masnacie General Brookell 24 about army headquarters is A larger force than has7 been mustered in that vicinity since the memorable campaign of 187G will be in the region about Pine Ridge by Not only Is the Infantry and cavalry being moved but also the field and large quantities of ammunition and General Schofield having instructed General Miles to Investigate the charge that the present dissatisfaction among the Indians is due more to a lack of ra tions than to a religious sent In spector General Hoyt this afternoon to the He will visit all the army posts and most of the agency General Miles received a letter from an officer at Los Angeles which throws further light on the Messiah He an Indian from Nevada answerlng the description given by Por cupine in the statement published a few days who talked last spring with He said his name was John son Sides and that he was known by the Indians and whites where he lived as the Heshowed a medal which had been given him by some Christian society for his efforts in doing He talked about the Bible and said he was desirous of making peace with every He told about the Indians from far away to see him and showed a pipe recognized as from the Dakota All this coincides with Porcu pines The officer writes he firm ly believes this goodnatured Indian Is the one who has caused all the trouble he taught the Indians the story of Christ or the Messiah and the time when he will once more visit the earth as It had been taught him by Christian He no doubt told the story in its true understanding and the Indians in re telling it warped it according to their likes and General Miles was impressed bv the idea that this Indian was identical with the man talked of by the Indians who visited Walkers IVhat General ftiilen Miles was at army headquarters today and in re sponse to a reporters inquiries about the situation on the said I have no boys play to deal I have the situation within my and as I said to you and the country at large through you only three days God help the first Indian who fires first I have nothing to say as to what other people may I am in duty bound to protect the lives and and have it distinctly understood that so long as I am at the head of the military department I propose to do my There are many matters of an official nature which I can not disclose to but woe be unto the first Indian who makes the first hostile tageons locality for so devilish a deed probably does not exist anywhere else on the face of the entire It Is where the White Horse creek empties Into the Wounded Knee and lays In some what the shape of an The only practical way leading to the spot Is by a road that follows along the bank of White Horse Upon either side of this road and creek are dense clumps of so many as to almost form a wall on either side of the The plot was to have a ghost dance in the center of this amphitheater and have the woods on either side road full of When the militia came up to stop the dance theywould be easily shot down by the Indians in ambush on either By lining the road with their Winches ters for the distance of a mile and letting the troops get well Into the amphithea ter they were calculating theycould wipe out every soldier that ON THE fields are all sweet with The URikes are all blitbe with On tbe hedges rose garlands Convolvulus clusters As aud aad grim j7 and He shufues A skylark slugs high A tnrush from yon banging Far away in tbe wood a dove But he passes scowling Tbeir melodies once he was wont to ton He bates them Hates all save the sbelteruig When nnder a bant he And Squalor is out of And Hunger its distance And nnmoclzed by the birds and the His misery York Not Altosether The opinion held by many people who have never had their attention especially turned to the work of Jean Jacques Bonssean is not that he was a benefactor of his but in reality he was one of the first apostles of the modern methods of and it is only after all this lapse of years that his ideas have come to be widely It is he who once said that we came into the world igno but with capacity that edncation begins at birth that we learn incredibly in the first and that as impres sions supply our first knowledge those impressions should be of the best and should be presented in the right order that the first cry of a child is a the second a command that destruct iveness in a child is not but activity that the sin of children is their weakness that strength brings about and he who can do all things will never do wrong This we see to be undoubtedly good reasoning in the light thrown on the subject of late and understand ing now how greatly our children are affected by what they see us to bewe com prehend more fully what Thales meant when he said that men must live in the consciousness that all around them is filled with and that this should keep them more chaste than if they were the holiest of Ba Touch Ouster reports a story related to her by a frontiersman which may be taken as an amusing illustration ofs very solemn The teller of lie story had stopped at a cabin to get supply of The family consisted of a and several strapping Asthe traveler sat by the fire the shriveled old mother bent over the fireplace puffing at a clay perfectly stolid and till one of the girls came in and stood at the fire trying to dry her homespun Without raising and in a drawling the mother said pres theres a coal nnder yonr fnt In no more animated and out even the danghter Which mammy The girl had rnn barefoot all her life over the shale and rough ground of that and the red hot coal was some time in making its way through the hard surface to a sensitive An Infmlllcleiicy of dispatch from to the Associated says ration day passed quietly at Not more than twenty of Short Bulls followers came owing probably to the fact that they helped themselves to government There is no likelihood of a conflict unless the attempt to arrest the fanatics re sponsible for the theft of the The force of troops here is yet too small for anything except the defense of the Several more companies of In fantry are due at Eosebud tonight or to but even when they arrive the force will still be too small in the opinion of the officers to make an aggressive movement against the horde of savages The policy of the officers to act in the most conserva tive They may decide to starve out the Indians by removing the cattle where they cannot get Losing Faith In Sitting Pioneer special from liismarck says that most of the Indians at Standing Keck are falling away from Sitting Bull because of the failure of the Messiah to All is although a small faction still keeps up the No further demonstra tions have been made against the set tlers between the agency and Mandau and they are returning A stam pede of five hundred families to Eureka and other towns from the east side of the river was caused by a woman who saw the Indians on the other side danc ing and yelling and gave the fear ing they were coming over intent on The people are now return ing to their Messiah Craze la the Indian KAXSAS agent nf the Indian Rights National who has been to the Indian reports the Messiah craze has taken possession of the Cheyennes and Arapahoes and they have commenced ghost He says the Indians are not at all riotous or Ordered to the FOUT Four troops of cavalry stationed here received marching orders tonight to proceed immediately to the scede of the Indian excitement in the An Aftecting The conflagration of the scaffolds in tended for fireworks for the celebration of the marriage of Louis XVI is gener ally Amidst the distracted mnltitnde pressing on every tram pled under the horses precipitated into the ditches of the Rue Royale and the was a young with a girl with whom he wasin She was beautiful their attachment had lasted several years pecuniary causes had delayed their nnion but the follow ing day they were to be For a long time the protecting his be keeping her behind cover ing her with his own sustained her strength and But the tu tiie the terror peril every moment I am sink she said my strength I can go no is yet a way cried the lover get on my He feels that his advice has been and the hope of saving her whom he loves redoubles his ardor and He resists the most violent concussions with his arms firmly extended before his breast he with difficulty forces his way the crowd at length he clears Arrived at one of the extremities of the having set down his precious fatigued to but intoxicated with he turns It was a different persont An more had taken advantage of his His beloved was no York RIG WHIM is DEAD The Last Male Heir to the House of Orange Passes Holland History of Love Pretty Xe been bleeding in ternally ever since and although still his recovery Is Special to The HawkEyeJ Getting Over Their ant Governorelect Hoffman tonight says the river country has been patrolled from Lebean north to Fort Yates and there are no signs of on this The people were badly scared by false rumors but are now returning to their homes In a majority of Jiist an Ordinary When I was a boy my father had a fine field of and he discovered that woodchucks were making sad havoc witu On the field was a and near the log the destruction was the My father told me I must kill those I went to the field a nnmber of ant could not get a shot at I came to the conclusion that I must use a little strategy so one morning I went to the field before With my gun both barrels loaded with a heavy charge of BB I got in a position where I conld take a range of the log As it began to grow light the wood ckncks began to gather for their morn ing They mounted the sat np and looted aronnd to see there was nothing to disturb When I thought the log was nearly covered with them I pulled both barrels at The gun kicked me When I got np there were no woodchncksto I to the log and picked np fourteen dead and it wasnt any great log for ton But OtBcu CaU Are Very We have edited a newspaper for sev eral and in that time we have re ceived propositions to advertise goods on to advertise and take the pay in in in in free have evea hud opera house managers demand advertisements as a matter of arid then demand pay for admis sion or no go but it remained for an enterprising merchant of Temple to cap the climax with his He has a lot of strayed and after hinting around and items that would contain some reference to the lost he finally proposed to advertise for them if we would take the pay in INDIANS PLAN AN The Product of the The thread of the is so small that an average of fortytwo of them are twisted together to form a thread of common sewing silk that of the spider is many diameters Two drains of spider web by weight if stretched into a straight reach from to a distance of over 400 Louis 1U Excellent gulf Command to public approval the Cali fornia liquid fruit remedy Syrup of It Is pleasing to the and to the taste and acting gently on the liver and It cleanses the system thereby promoting the health and H the Penman tickets on sale this An Old Scont Learns of a Plot to General Brooke and His PISE RIDOE The first knowledge that the ghost dan cers had commenced plotting to entrap the soldiers was brought to Indian Agent Eoyer Saturday night by William formerly an Indian scout and now a wealthy ranchman living in the vicinity of Buffalo McGaa was traveling overland on horseback and He enjoys a wide friendship among the Indians generally and Friday night he stayed at one of the lodges about midway between this point and Buffalo He had placed very little dependence in the reported scare and therefore felt no fear in lying down to sleep in a tepee full of bronzefaced fel notwithstanding he noticed they were all fully A little prompted him to feign sleep and keep his ears open during the early part of the The result was that he secured information as startling as it was and It removes every vis tage of doubt as to the bloodthirsty vil llalny which has taken possession of the ghost After he had been in bed a couple of hours one of the redskins bent over him to discover whether or not he was To all appearances he Then he heard them getnp and begin a whispered For the first time in his life McGaa says he almost doubted his own The Indians were deliberately plotting to lead General Brooke and his soldiers into an ambush and shoot them The as McGaa heard It from their own was to continue the ghost dance till the troops tried to stop The place selected to ont their mnr derous design sixteen and onehalf Uer Regard for A gentleman on acycling tour staid u night at a prim old ladys the inns being He was very and took care to impress the fact on his host with instructions that some one must enter his room to wake him at a particular time in the Wak ing of himself some time later he fonnd that the old with creditable regard for had slipped nnder his door a note inscribed is halfpast Tit Simple SufUnltardit on Electric Sullivan suggests in The Elec trical Engineer that a very wise and sim ple precaution will be the supplying to car operated by electricity of a pair of rubber insulated pliers and and suitable inscriptions to indicate their These may possibly be the means of preventing delay and and obviating serious results in case of THE king of Holland died at six oclock Sunday morn Saturday evening there was a sud den change for the worse In the kings the symptoms being those of The queen was Immediately sent for and staid at the patients bed side during the Life ebbed away The public buildings are closed and all amusements have been The ministers assembled In council at The shutters of all the royal palaces are closed and flags are at half William king of Hollard was the descendant of that branch of the family of Nassau who succeeded to the honors of Prince of George on the death of Wil liam king of who was the last of the race which had produced such eminent warriors and pat riots as William the Maurice and Frederick Henry Thelafe king was the eldest son of William and was born In He received a careful edu cation at the university of where he took the degree of doctor and displayed considerable He was conversant with the French and English languages and In which he was trained by excellent His were all In the direction of a short life and a merry He was mentioned frequently many years ago as a candidates for the hand of of the daughters of Queen Victoria or of the emperor of but those exalted personages have no cause to regret that they did not enjoy the honor ot his When the condition of the king be came serious last spring a regency was and the Duke Of Nassau took hold of government of the Duchy of Lnxenbourg In AprlL as only to remain in power a few as May 3d the king June 2nth the king had a from which he never re The life of King William of Hol land mutt be divided into two distinct and separate His public as the constitutional sovereign of the Neth and as the benefactor of his has been above On the other his private life has been benath all His Immoralities and debaucheries have rendered his name a very byword among European mon Certainly no monarch of the present with the possible ex ception of King George of England and Victor Emmanuel of has given rise to so much andalthough going down to his grave mourned by his subjects as a kindly and patriotic yet his memory abroad will live as that of one of the profligates of the pres ent King William was born In his mother being a Russian grand the danghter of the crazy Czar Paul of He ascended the throne of the Netherlands on the death of his King Williitn In having married ten years previously Princess of who was cue of the most remarkable and talanted women of her She died in after hav ing given birth to two The eldest of the well known In Paris by the nickname of almost excelled his father in reputation as a and died at Paris some fifteen years The second Prince a cripple and physically died a few years afterwards of In 1S79 King William married the twentyoneyearold daughter of the reigning Prince of one of the most impoverished of the petty reigning sovereigns of By this marriage he has one little daugh born In and on whose head are centered all Hollands Queen Emma of to give her name in Emma Adellade Wil helmina the only living wo man who married a king and held the choosing of her own In all the other cases young ladies whose fathers were kings and princes have had their husbands chosen for either by parents or by their parents minis ters for dynastic or political The story of Queen Emmas marriage to the King of Holland reads like a nnr sary No wooing was done by nor were any negotiations carried on for reasons of state or the interests of the The old King did his own court ing and popped the question with his own royal lips to the young lady The answer came just as and the match was William then a widower in his sixtysecond still handsome and having a record as a heart breaker second to none among his royal confreres In went to Potsdam to attend a royal wedding He fell desper ately In love with Princess Helen of Wal now Duchess of proposed to her and was scornfully re She declined even to receive his presents of flowers and and he old man was In the midst of his srrief he overheard the Prin cess a sister of say to her sister I should never re fuse to become a William looked at her and saw a rather pretty brunette of To ordi nary observers she looked like a rather goodlooking German peasant up a la but to the aged king at that she was a beauti ful woman endowed with all the queenly Taking the first favorable op he stepped up to her and said as you find your sister is will you marry me The Princess Emma told him frankly she The wedding was arranged as speedily as and she became queen of She was at that time as simple as a and had not been trained to disguise her feelings under the plea of When she arrived at The Hague and saw she had a palace of her and Indeed she gave expression to her just any coun try Gretehen would have by dan cing and laughing in the presence of tor has matrimony in her mind which she fondf thinks the crown on ones postoffiei thorities have completed arrangement the United States for sortingma while la transit on steame greatly facilitating the delivery at the end of A violent vails on the coast of Great steamer Uppfngaam is Twentyone persons we from the The officer was drowned and a boat contaTa Ing five of the crew Is A Schooner Danish schooner Regina was sunk In a with the steamer Primate and five of her crew Wilt the leading home rale paper la says It has reliable Information thatXParnelK will retire the leadership of Irish r 1 The Inflnciua enza prevails at Tranf and thousands of persons are suffering from the HALF A Strange Creature Xew NEW York has a sealwoman She was born and bred in the metropolis and has lived herefor thirty yet the fact of her ence has never been published until To the writer she was described as i being a living but this descrlp tlon does not do her for although she resembles the upper portion of her body is that of a while the lower portion is shaped like that of This strange freak ot nature is now living with her mother and father at 115 West Honston between Sullivan and Thompson Her father Is a German butcher named Krleger and her mother is a wellbuilt ivho weighs over two hundred Shortly be fore her birth her mother visited Bar nums While looking around at the curios she received a ter rible fright One of a dozen seals on exhibition flapped about the enclosure where It was confined and then raising Itself hish in the air began to Mrs who was then In delicate with fright and had to be carried from the She was taken to her where she remained In poor health until the birth of her The latter proved to bea most extraordinary She was pretty and perfectly abova the but below It seemed as if both her limbs had grown Into one solid piece of without bone tissue of any At the age of five her relatives who saw her described her as a upper portion of her body that of a girl and the lower portion than nf a This strange creature is now thirty years old and cannot speak a word except papa and She under stands some things said to her Just 15 horses and animals understand expressions from their To a reporter her father said She fe thirty years of and has never been out in the street excepting three during the past twentyfive the exception of the time we toother to Eurtpe for she has only been on the street while Tve were moving from house to I have spent two fortunes with on but both were thrown for they could do nothing with The strangest part of the affair Is that we didnt notice anything extraordinary about the child until she was several weeks All nf our otherchildren are perfectly formed and there has never been a case of malformation before or since In our I have refuse the offers of museum because I did not think it proper to put her on exhibi The Bent In the exmayor of Des and the Locust street man ufacturer of steam engines and said I had a severe attack of la I used Chamberlains Cough and applied Chamberlains Pain Balm to my These remedies wore just the thing in my My child croup some years and we Chamberlains Cough Remedy feet success since then we have never been without these medicines in our houseI had a cousin who wasa prin ter and employed In this where they were printing circulars for Cham He had a deepseated cold and a terrible and while setting np the copy he made np his mind to buy a bot It cured his and that was the first time I ever knew Chamberlains I have been strongly in their favor ever My own experience and that of my family convinces me that these remedies are best in the That may be strong but that is what I BUSHED TO A i The greatest measure of variability in the matter of lopped ears is to be found among beagles and foxhounds all have pendulous ears ter collies and greyhounds droop only the tips of their ears the spitz has erect while mastiffs and many other breeds have pendulous or semi pendolous The elephant probably came of an an cestral stock that had erect but for ages past there has been no creature powerful enough to cause it and for ivant of exercise the muscles which move the ear have lost tono and wasted leaving the ear t 1ijsr hang Directly one enters a room there is a sense either of cheer or the After leaving the apartment one may not be able to tell how it was but every one the effect pro Favored First known as The Mother New England In favor of admitting women into general too advan courtiers who watched her every move ment and had no love for the Germans The king was shocked at her lack of but reproved her gently aud Taking her to the portrait of his the proud Anna the daughter of the Czar he said She never A queen should never laugh in The young queen accepted the rebuke with good and since then the punctilious Dutch courtiers have had fault to find with her Their only grievance against her Is that she murders their beautiful Queen Emmas time since her mar riage has been chiefly spent In nursing her Invalid who worshiped and training her little the Princess now nine years for the duties of The Dutch say that the fond mother wishes to make a rather than a of the little Although now only thirty years of Queen Emma tias al ready shown great couraga and of It was to her firm and wise ac tion taken without the kings was due the of the socialist agitation in Some time ont horses ran t the coachman was thrown from the and the queen rand her little daughter had a their She fresh If not start my leant the meaning of word f earl5 sQneenEBima hopes SIelnncholY Fate ot Two at Special to The nine oclock last evening Russells barn was discovered to be on before the necessary assistance ar rive it burned to the ground and all con Including two men and five head of It seems three tramps were put off a Santa Fe train some time fore the discovery of the fire and they alt took up lodging In said barn for the and from the evidence of the one that had In a braul and had all gone to to be awakened by the extreme heatThey made an effort to get but only one got the other two were so as to not be The claims he did not know who they where they were from or where goingCSH He was held over and a preliminary ami nation waa had and evidence given as to their guilt In being accessarys to settingthe barn on He wasMt bound awaitingthe action of the grand and in default of baiLhowas taken to Oqnawka to Coroner JTewJ ton held an Inquest over the two bodies last The loss wev could not get at this about 8100The doctor has the pathy of the community In his 1 Smith la tbe happiest mautl But wasnt he not wot My Just as fi And poorman Almost cried as her thought of the poor rrlniwlfe i Who seemed to bo losingher hold unoalif 1 know just how friend to whom he tola hissad wife was troubled precisely as dont just becauseImm her back painea and she o plained of draggingdown and eral weakness and I know that had i ot those diseases subject had em I read about Favorite Prescriptionone dayv and a time 1 was at the drngr storal bought a b ot it and took it home to worked In a short timeshe said she leltli another and began there was relief for taking the coses ot t   

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