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   Burlington Hawk-Eye (Newspaper) - November 26, 1890, Burlington, Iowa                                F r DES Cotton Merchants of Forced to Tork Branch With Ma r ms 25 Allen 1 ration factory and commission jL assigned this The of the oldest In the south and Bee in New The of the failure caused a of the members of the m in Interview with an Associated Our assets are Sme the firm can pay dollar for dol i of Its indebtedness and Re surplus The conserva of the firms liabilities as hv one of its members at about ssets at bankers and commission jts assicned Richard Alien also made an individual asslgn nt His liabilities are estimated at a jlion 1 Million Dollar Failure rend natating six hun red thousand dollars by the Pot s Saland Lumber It is looked upon as ISrernnner of an xtenslve tittorney Lucking says it is optional for BSToedltors to seize or permit the busi The assets at par value i ire worth twice the but in a forced sale the result would be j tad Potts has been a long Jt and by some the embarrassment of It the comply is attributed to the bad R during his It is of the company will fmonnt to i million and a and the jseltwo much of which is lirS to realize JotiuBOU Keinaliis Prender in the county court over ruled the motion to rescind the order ap minting a new assignee for Prettyuians JHn place of Charles At a meeting of creditors Johnsou today a statement that there was only In the vault wnen he closed the tol Saturday Assignee Johnson made some damag ing admissions during the examiuation the interchange of monies and securities by Prettymans Lumber corn unj and the The examination be continued AnOreenn Company 25 reor nnlzatlon of the Oregon Improvement company completed Eesi tat Manager McNeil issued a circular jononncing a number of changes in the ejdi of the United States circuit court today a decree was granted appointing Joseph Simon receiver of the Oregon Improve ment H s bonds were fixed at general attorney lor the company says the company is Mlvent and that its property is worth Ten million of he Oregon Improvement company showed considerable surprise when informed that It was reported that to application would be today for tleuppointmentuf a receiver of He vimply said I dont know sunning about and have nothing to From well Informed quart ers It is learned that the trouble dates tack to the close of manage ment of the When he the company there was a floating debt of several million dollars in existence which could not be This debt has never been cleared When the first mongage 011 property was issued the tands were not instantly but were hypothecated to raise money and the company was on the verge of defaulting to pajnent of money and and going into the hatids of a A second mort tage lor was given last and the bonds wre These bonds were never but hypothecated in some as the first The loans are DOW falling and are under stood to he the cause of the The application for a receiver was made by President Smith through an at It is stated that in order to se cnre the credit of the company under the present financial situation it is necessary that a receiver be The tp pllcatlon shows that all the properties of the company are subject to The interest on outstanding first mortgage per on four and a half million dollars is due in December and the company is unable to meet the pay mnit unless the court takes Tte farmers loan and trust company Is ihpprincipal General Attorney Halnes said the management wanted to preserve the company from being broken into frag ments and sold under If they can keep the business going until the financial stringency s over there will be no trouble in meeting all obliga The property is worth the commission at Chicago yesterday to some proposed work of the state department In aid of foreign Secretary Elaine to day telegraphed Chairman Wallerof the foreign affairs saying that since the work was considered partisan by some nf the commissioners the offer is wlthhe d and the department will await othclal request of the commission for any service It may Annual Lighthouse annual report of the 1ghthouse board shows the of lighthouses was increased during the Ian year from 783 10S33 Three new Tghtships are nearly ready lor and designes are being pre pared for four The estimate for the fical year 1892 are For special for making a total Among the special appropriations asked for arc Simmons or White Michi S90 000 depot for Ninth Lake The life annual report of General Superintendent Kim of the life saving shows the number of disasters to documented ves sels within the field of the station opera tions during the year was On board of these were of whom were It Is estimated that the value of the vessels and cargoes was Of this was The number of vessels totally lost was In there were 145 casual tics to smaller on which were 299 of whom 269 were ExAlderman Brady on Trial for Obtaining Money The Plan of the Derennearnrh Interest bltedThe State of llebUti TalteiaUentlble gtandOen eral State two oclock of family was sick with diphtheria but are reported better at this Singleton was an old cltized and his estate ha been va riously estimated to be worth about J LOOKS LESS and AMlett to Consult the quest of General Miles he has been ordered to report here for personal con sultation with General The fact that he is coming here Is regarded as indicative that there is no imminent danger of an Indian Jlppolnttd hy the president has appointed Charles Baldwin master at ISpeclal to The DES progress was made In the first of the celebrated alderman cases When court con vened this forenoon the room was crowded with interested Quite an array of the legal frater ity surrounded the attorneys table and oc cupied seats in the Not much difficulty was experienced in obtaning unprejudiced County Attorney Macomber made a state ment of the in which he explained that exAlderman Michael Drady had been indicted by the grand jury for cheat ing by false pretenses that the specific preferred was that on December defendant felonously and unlawfully and by false pretenses obtained money from the city treasurer In the sum of It is evident Attorney Kauffmans remarks when arguing the objections of the state counsel to the questions that the defense in the Drady case will be based upon the alleged fact that every one connected with the city hall when he got his war was perfectly aware of It and knew why it was paid and knew that the Hartford bill was only a If these statements can be proven then de fense will argue that the charge of ob taining money bv false pretenses is not sustained by the as if the per sons who were instrumental in obtaining the money knew what it was no false pretenses were TRIED TO KILL THE All Quiet at Pine RidgeSitting Boll Ucly Reports received up to a late hour tonight at army head quarters here Indicate that all Isqnlet at Pine although the apprehensions of officers are by no means Many more Indians came in for rations a number of ghost The latter were the same as the PARiNElLJDSTvRETIREy Gladstone Says His Continued Lead Proye The Enillih Parliament Queens Speech JUadThe Uomraou eral Foreign KOW IHE FAIR WILL The Hie National and CoinnilstlouH meet ing of the worlds fair Columbian com the report of the joint confei ence committee of the commission and the local directory to settle the differ ences of the two on the question of their relative rights and duties were presented and It adopted by the local din ctory It is now that all chance nf friction betweeu the two bodies are It provides for the joint control com posed of an equal number of repreFenta tlves from each The manage ment of the fair will be vesten In ficteen departmental heads under the supeivis ion of the direct The site and plans and specifications for grounds and buildings were aooptf d President Harrisnn will now be ad vised that Is in readioes for him to issue a proclamation to the na tions of the The recommendation of the foreign affairs committee that of be placed in charse of securing exhibits from the LatIuAmer ican was accepted and referred to the department of foreign affairs when The board of lady managers of the worlds fair selected the following presl pent New York Maine North Carolina Miss Louisiana Mrs District of Columbia Colorado Wisconsin Utah vice president Russell Mon CODKSELMAH HEFDSES TO The We Grain Man Fined S300 and Sent to JailHe Will the case of Charles head of the grain firm of that who reused to answer questions of the federal grand jury re the alleged receipt of rebates and cut rates from western railroads Judge Blodgett In the federal court this morning rendered a decision under which Counselman will be compelled to He was taken before the grand jury again and again refused to answer and was returned before Judge Blodget fined S500 and ordered into custody till the fine was He will demand nib release under a writ of habeas and if refused will appeal to the supreme court of the United The point Evolved is of considerable as If the witnesses cannot be coin polledto testifv the interstate commerce law be comes practically a dead PARTIHGTON Coal Miners nt la Afegault uu 25 is received here of a murderous assault made Sun day afternoon upon the town marshal of a town in the southwestern part of Bnone Three coal Charles and Andrew Johnson and William were fighting In the and when Marshal Davis at tempted to arrest them thev turned upon him and beat him He was rescued by friends or he would have been Luter in the evming the three men went to the house with the avowed purpose of kiillnz were finally beaten off by citizens and The three men were concerned in a riot Be years ago when one man was and have had a grudge against Davis ever Davis Is badly but will re A SENSIBLE STASD The State Poard of Health Sew erage llnftlniui Into KQDUluB tlreaiuv Special to he DES state board of health has taken a decided stand against practice of state Insti tutions in various parts of the state allowing dtainage and sewerage from their buildings to empty Into streams of running The practice has bren allowed owing to the cheapness of the but the state board of health say It must be A Caxhler Clursed With Forgery Scan of the Bank of is under arrest on a charee of The com plainant Is who has been doing business with the bank for some time and who effected a settlement a few days aeo and slimed a paper to that Liter a shore chattle mort gage on all of Frum s property turned up and he was given to that he signed it when he made a settlement with the he is The Religious uruze Ab a Cheyenne Indian from the Chey enne and Arapahoe reservation In Indian says the Messiah craze has taknn half of the Indians down there and they are arming themselves and becom ing very A Sioux act Intr as a has come from the north to teach the new religion to the southern The new religion has also spread to Comanches and whose reservation adjoins that of the Cheyennes and and the different tribes all join in holding ghost dances and are rapidly becoming more restless and desperate as for the coining of the new Messiah draws SHtiDK Hull Very Tribunes Standing Rock special says two scouts returned today to Fort Yates from a visit to Sitting Bulls They found Bullard his adherents very He told them he understood soldiers were coming to take him but that he had his runners out and the first news of the soldiers he and his people would If Thiy the white mens and will not return to them or tfieir The supposition here is that if Sitting Bull hears of seri ous trouble atPine or If the mili tary attempt to take he and his fol lowers will at one make for the lower thereby declaring at the Cheyenne Journals special says a party of Pierre people has just returned from where they witnessed the issuance of rations to the They emphatically denv any danger of an out break at the Cheyenne although ghost dancing still and at once had Suanlon The I DES first effects of the big harvester manufactur ers combine have already been felt in The local distributing agents of the former leading companies are receiv ing notice to suspend for the present and make no contracts for the coming year until further The number of agents for these machines is likely to be materially and there will be practically no competition as Serious Outline Special to Tbe Dowdy and Henry Miller became involved in a drunken quarrel at a beer garden near town Saturday in wb ch Miller was severely cut with a knife in Dowdy s They were arrestd and before Justice who sentenced both to pay big fines or go to Miller gave bail but Dowdy was unable to dp so and went to The beer garden is an in nuisance and should Indicted for Special to The MASON Fayctte my grand jury has returned an in Sitting Hull nexng American Mis sionary Association has a letter from Miss whose station Is on Grand dated November She tells of the ghost dance and of Sitting Bulls She says when she talked to him his replies were He means she He told his followers to pay no attention to the mili tary or agents that he would bewitch the guns of the Indlann Slaughter Uovernmfnt Tribute special from says everything Is quiet at Cheyenne At a hostile cimp on Cheyenne yes several of the turbulent Indians captured an entire herd of cattle which was to be slaughtered fnr monthly ra tions taking them to issued them to suit The white man in charge dared make no re sistence and reported to the agency to Ordered to Watch the 25 vate information Is received from the Dominion capital that the military fnrces here were ordered to be In readiness to proceed to the International boundar line to prevent any American Indians who thought to be about eolng on a war path from crossing into British ter ritory or inciting British Indians to join the FARMERS ALLIANCE Relieve the 25 the request of Morley has communicated to Parnell a letter written Monday to Mor ley In Gladstone says After using all means of obser vation and reflection of my I have arrived at the conclusion that not wlthstandine the splendid services ren dered by Parnell to his his con tinuance at the present moment in the of wouldbe productive of con sequences dlsastrou In the highest de gree to the cause of Glad stone adds further as an expansion of his that Parnells continuance as leader would not only place many friends of the Irish cause in a position of great but would render bis Gladstones retention of the leader ship of the liberal based as it has been mainly upon the prosecu tion of the Irish almost a These he he had expressed personally to The expansion of his views he to regard as confidential If he found Parnell con templated spontaneous action but he also begged that McCarthy would make known to the Irish party at todays meeting that such was his conclusion if he should find Parnell had not in con templation any step of the nature indi He wrote to Morley In case Mc Carthy shonld be unable to communicate with In Glad stone says I have thought It best to put this in terms simple and much as I have liked to alleviate the personal nature of the as re spects the manner of conveying what my public duty has made it an obligation to to Gladstone is annoyed because at the meeting did not mention his in terview with Morley and resents Iftenly Painells disregard of his Con servatism and unionists gleefully chat over the split in the The iberal newspapers in many Instances comment In the strongest terms upon Parnell flouting Gladstone and his con tempt for the liberal A meeting of the nationalists was called for ten oclovk tonight noth ing was and another meeting was arranged for Several liberal caudidates hava announced their with drawal from the foreseeing The Parnellites openly they will stick by Parnell even if they delay home rule for fifteen It is learned that Gladstone had an in Gngland and lordlieutenant nf the said thegovernment did not Intendto ap point a commission to inquire Into the Emin relief Notwithstanding the endorsment by the nationalist Parnell may for a time withdraw from i 1 After a few minor members had spoken the address agreed This U the first time in fifteen years that the ad dress has been agreed to on the day of the opening of The sudden ending is explained by fact that Gladstone intimated today that he gave no countenance to any amendment to the address If Paruell was reelected to the I drawgheavil rj 1 fv V Busbels The Whole Wert UdV of Elmtor Parnell Reelected a meeting of the Irish home rule members ot parlia ment today a motion made that Par nell be reelected chairman of the Irish parliamentary partyx was carried unan It Is announced Parnell will retain the leadership at the express de sire of his Parnell addressing the meeting said nothing but tne conviction that his col leagues desired to still utilize his services in a common cause Induced him to re sume the under his al tered exposed him and to the attacks of t half past two oclock yesterday entire west side ol the old Harrison now the property of the Burlington Linseed Oil and used for the storage of fell outward with a tremendous crash with It went the entire west tier ol six in num and thirty thousand bushels of projectns In The catastrophe came mass to the not without ervlew with Parnell before the publica ion of the letter and urged him to re The letter caused Intense excite ment in the PARLIAMENT Grip on LISBON queen of Portu gal is suffering from Financial Crliilsat Bnenoa dispatch from Buenos Ayres says a financial crisis pre vails in that several credit houses have There was a tumult on the bourse and the police were called to qnell the BOEXOS AT pre mium on gold toddy advanced from to and closed at latter dispatch from Buenos Ayres states the president has is sued a decree suppressing the publica tion of tha bourse quotation of the pre mium on gold and obliging the bill dis counters to quote the paper exchange on The Italian Sundays elections the government secured 395 the opposition radicals and doubtful Street Serviced street demons tration services were held at Bochum to The police were called upon to disperse the crowd and in the melee seve real persons were The police captured a red Ordered Jews Kxpelled from Caucasus minuter of has ordered the expulsion of from Choynnkl the American today defeated Fi the In a prize Movalc state su preme courgranted a supersedeas In the case of who was to hang Fri because certain evidence was ruled For some time the build ing had been regarded with suspicion and latterly but little additional seed had been stored there while it was beinc drawn out as fast as circumstances would More Immediate how was given about a half anThour beforethe fall timbers were heard creaking and t grinding and abulging of was Measures were at once taken to strengthen the building stays and braces but before they could be made effective the crash Strange to the east side was the one regarded with the suspicion and there where the preparations for reinforcement were being while it was the west after that gave Tne as will be well remem was at one time In its history half devoured by flames and the Inside wood badly but it was not to this fact that the collapse was Upon the purchase of the property by the Oil com pany anchor rods had been run through from side to side and securely and have rapid ItyTot Zenith City of ttu natedat the head great her vantageoverthe Twin IhSli the capitalists ot the latter cttfeVtofl some sehemeiwhlefrr Sjlft j for the pastifew yearsti on hindered bythelowatageof wateci vailing during of the forVeeks at a time the have made their way along th river thegreatest difficulty are maay firm future of river transportationfandttl have looking for wouldkeep tha water la the upper t river at season project v whichis now is of ship canal to connect Lake the In through water route from Mlnneapnll and Stu Paul to the Atlantic seab will r be obtained samatfme by means of locks In the charge from Lake to regniate the stage of watenoEtha Its projectors believetthat with a good depth of water In the rive assured and through waterroatetttth east ready for the products of isslpp the traffic the of Waters will Increase hundredijfolf and that steamboat owners will bejable to meet the railroads on their i It was learned yesterday that but for a rotten now laid which allowed the bolt to pull the walls would have been as strong as need the bolt been drawn through the rotten sill by the great lateral pressure of the seed the present catastrophe Is but a natural In regard to the absurd and extrava Kant rumors as to the amount of general manager of the Informed a HAWKEYE re purter last evening that the damage to the building will not exceed one thousand dollars and the loss on the flax seed not be over one hundred Of co If It happens to rain before we can protect tha exposed flii seed the loss will be greater but even In that event can hardly exceed one hundred The seed precipitated Into the yard fell upon plank and proba bly not over ten bushels would be wasted it It does not rain and a rain affects it less than would be This was demonstrated at the time of the fire in our mill eight or ten years the stream poured upon the seed left a foot or two of water standing In the bins a day or two before we pumped The of engineers have spent the entire sn mer In survey and inspecting theehari of the river from Paul to StfLouig to ascertain just what depth ot can be carried with They now preparing their While tha building of the snip canal is an enterprise of immense yee the Incthaj way are greatly lessened by fact that there are river that can be a large part of the Theroute of the proposed canal Is not yet g One plan proposes to Croli which runs eastward from the Mississippi toward Sit near Another large to proposed ship with the conseqnenl raising of the water In the Is o vast is the lumber and log glnp trade of the The low stage of water of late years Jaeen Victorias Ppeech Open ing of reas sembled to day and the queens opening the was It stated that no change existed In the relations with foreign and adds The genera condition of Ireland has sensibly but I have learned with deep regret that the serious de Hniency of the potuo crop In certain parti threatened a recurrence of those periods of severe distress to which the population of the western counties is oecullarly exposed by the Industrial and economic conditions under which they him on every subject they I trust the of my govHe a willing servant and toiled ernment may mitigate the immediate cheerfully tohelp a asked his evils and diminish the probability no matter what their out in the lower Will Not be Lost Mglit From the Plain Stay at home and sorehead repub I licans defeated John Gear for con because he was a worker and had 1 He was too much of a hustler to suit some of His seat I was well and ably filled and the leaders of the nation counted him among their His was a hard as he was I kept and loved to work for his constituents and knowing they gave him all the more by writing converts the top layer of seed into a pulp or jellylike mass which soon becomes Impenetrable to the water and protects the seed We pumped out the water and found most of the flaxseed in good Men and teams were at once set to work loading and hauling away the seed for storage at the mill on Third and Blm streets and the work was continued all of teams to assist in the greatly delayed and made dangeronathej passage ol logand lumber Frederick ot the lumber andotherlai mill are said to be the new Madison Democrat snitftn has been brought federal court by against McDonald BrosvVotjXs the lumber kings and Stern is theowner7 the steamer Nellie Bly and duringrthi summer he entered into contrac whereby the Nellie Bly In assisting McDonald ers in The contract st that the period was fifty The boat was pat towork j To Advocate Measures to Stringency In ot is the first of tha Farmers Alliance members to come to lie says that he thinks the alliance intends to advocate measure calculated to loosen the stringency in money They he that the exiting stringency should be relieved and that congress has the power to do The subtreasury or something that will In effect accomplish the same will he Pierce unless the tightness In money Is re A BTJRSTIN8 Great Done Sear Carlsbad and Eliewhere by flood was ciused by the bursting of dam at Tonle of water ten feet deep poured through the The gas and water works were comp etely Several rorpses were found n the country but there was no loss of life in j Penhal familiarly known en while the total obliga Partillgton died this evenin tlons will exceed seven If the compBny is not disintegrated every dollar will bepsid MOKTNLEY ON THE He Expect the of the and Apportionment Bills tive of arrived in the city this morning for the purpose of looking over the ground before the meeting of congress next Monday an Interview he said that he was con Went that congress would pass the cir cuit court a modified shipping bill ma the apportionment The appor tionment he would be dis Porse of before March 4 In regard to the federal election bill Major McKlnley ttpressed some doubt of the probable ac tion of the senate during the coming sea He of the opinion tiat republican senators were agreed to For many of PRESIDENT The Union raelflo Chief Offlclal to Retire 05 Adams that be will resign the Union Pacific presidency at tomorrow s meeting of stockholders The Wabash oted three and a stockholders today th ncw half million bonds to line from Independent giving the t lino of its own from wj dictment against Judge of the Dubuque for gressinauEleet ot this Run Down H Special to The erti architect and head carpenter of Wil lams race was run down to day by two racing He sustained a broken leg and serious Internal Inju which may prove Mercer Couuty Conrt Special to The ALEDO November term of the circuit court opened bero yester day with Judge Glenn on the The docket is not The Grovu Special to The the tbe matter of 25 In nd ley said he kcew miles of edt ABEOAD U to Senator i Clark who has been down at a pretty sick it is join beetlbuLtinedfordishonoring ductors or Godfrey American colony in Paris about New NEW t en George bod He is going to the south of pected glove and Ed Prance with his Mr Clarkson colored or he Fro in las reasons for crossing the of of the Puri Bis health is not good and in conse Hoboken unde au v ong island City 31JnlnnfT I flnalr6y Wence his physicians have advised a long tan 1cuue ms pnvsiciaus nave j Jwiod of He also wants to es and resulted In v nd heldtb ape the chairmanship of the republican Jere Dann acted re From lona which the politicians purse given i Smith intend t n rnHAA no cnnn He SflnI tifi start j4 iranic the start overmatehed from Elberfield says the upper river has risen and five persons are reported Great damage has been done In the vicin ity of At Bostock and other points timber yards and manstreets are Why the French StanleyBart telot question Is followed here with marked The French never Hked because ho nt only but denounced their naturalized Roman deBraz for his conduct toward the king of the Belgians thar the rinht to his life when him and want an omelette to oe irlthout breaking the eggsit have a Mongo Park or a Colonel Flat of its It appears to me desirable for the increase of con tentment and a diminution of political disturbance throughout Ireland to take measures for augmenting the number of members engaged In the actual cultiva tion of The measure having this object in view will be before you Your attention will be Invited to the ex pediency of alleviating the burden which the law of compulsory education has within recent years imposed upon the poorer portion of my After the reading of queens Balfour gave notice that he would introduce four bills relating to Ire In the house of lords tonight Pre mier in an address said he would not say trade Africa and the colonies woud imtnediat lv compensate her for her loss caused by the new American but it would be a motive for preventing the terrltoriesin Africa from falling into the hands of na tions exercising prohibition in It was lamentably true the colonies did not follow the motherland in free yet it was a fact that the trade of Australia had Increased faster than Ke plylng to he said he could not discuss the recent financial crisis as the negotiations in progress weie of a confi dential Regarding the troubles in he said the league combi nation there aimed to oppress and coerce the honest Thn task of restoring prosperiey to Ireland would work of removal weie made to lne being atWthx by generous friends but all such offers I and were Declined unless circumstances shonld render asslstince the company feeling at to over come the difficulty left in this district because he had gained prominence by his ability and untiring but he will yet be called up and has already been mentioned at Wash ington as the probable minister to Those who defeated him need not think that he will be lost sight He is too well and favorably known throughout the nation for He had a Wife at Prom Frank LtBlle3 Illustrated I have a little bible at said the that in 1S6S I wrested from a Sundayschool class of I havnt opened it and It Is as new and clean as thn day I got Bring it down some day Td like to see said his friend The next day the bad ma came Into his friends throwing a little halfwornont book on the he There she old but I was a lit tle wrong about its I should say said the other does it happen that this little book is so badly when yon thought It was clean and all right at home said the bad and his voice was a little the truth of the matter is Ive got a little wife np at the house and a couple of young They sometimes rummage through my FLOATIN9 Various Items of of an OldTime Transfer The river Is on a stand at three feet six inches above low water Captain Albert of says the has an elegant little steam ward forward at given One day in when near 1 above while thus e the Nellie Bly was an sunk to the bottom of the river Then she lay for fifteen days and was raised by the It b the steamer was damaged by belngrsunk the petition alleges that McDonaUTBror not only declined to par but a so refuse to pay the contract the hire ol the Jndgmentisasl The Braiillan Heet Brazilian they have a Liberty Lore be hopeless unless such combinations IleapprovedBalfoursde nunciation of The government Is firmly pursueing the object of increasing the number of persons interested in land in Ireland thus creating a moral and po litical force which would frustrate the efforts of the political agitators THE There was a full attendance at the opening session of the Par nell was present and took the seat he usually Shortly after Parnell appeared Gladstone entered and was greeted with cheers Slany moved a resolution simply thank ing thequeen vforthe Glad referring to Smiths announce ment of the governments Intention to take np the time of the house until the governments bills was read the second said the government had avoided reference to Important Was the commons to understand that there was nothing in differences with the United States regarding the Behrlng sea Ought the recent persecutions in the Turkish empire to be treated with silence the Emin relief expedition had bten such as to make it the duty of the mlnis The runner and the From the New York Some search anx iously for of popular approval of have been declaring for years that the of Min nesota and Iowa were hostile to protec But on a peculiarly distinct pro tective and with frequent speeches strongly emphasizing his at tachment to the protective Presi dent Harrison received majority in In Minnesota and In It will need something be the assertion of free trade journals to make it certain that the farmers who voted for Harrison and protection in 1588 are now especially offended by a tariff which puts higher protective duties er in the trade between War saw and but could ba In duced to bring the boat here next season and ply between Keithsburg and Bur lington and the way His plan would be to lay over at Keithsburg at night and make daily returning there each Here is a chance for Burlington business imen to secure a big advantage In the way of Increased trade from The most remarkable man of my ac writes a correspondent of the Detroit Free is Fred Weyer who has for years been an er ensive lumberman on the Chippewa river in Twenty years ago he went to work In a saw mill at SI a Today he is worth He owns nearly every pine tree In the Upper Peninsula of He has just obtained an option all the pine lands of the Diamond Match company and recently purchased all the pine on the lands of the Northern TdcISc rail He is now building extensive mills at on the Mississippi river just above These lands are esti mated to cut but it my opinion they will cut about twine I understand that he has just purchased all the pine lands of several hundred thousand At Sioux City is being dismantled and reduced to the scrap heat whafls probably the oldest boat on she waters for In satisfaction of all j of the the old well known here nn the Mississippi in former The President has a It is not less than forty years accord Ing to the best recollection of the oldest It was bulk for transfer pur but was used on the Missouri for some time In freight Some years before the war it was brought to The Bebtin the WorloV exmayor of S Des and the Locust street ufacturer of steam engines and hi said I had a severe attack of la I used Chamberlains Cough Remed and applied Chamberlains Pain Balm 1 my These remedies the thing in my Mychildhaj crouo some years and wet Chamberlains Cough Remedy feet success since then we have nevi been without these medicines I had a cousin who was ter and was employed In they were printing circulars foe Cl He had a deepseated cold a terrible and while setting up copy he made up his mind to buy a bo It cured his andtbatgw the first time I everknew anything Chamberlains Ihave strongly in their favor ever since own experience and that convinces me that these remedies a ecU best in the That may best but that Is what I the Secure seats this The Window Now Window Glass the west of Is in secret session he It was reported the trust wonldTabejt on wool and other farm When they come to choose between those duties with free and a democratic tariff which means free wool and taxed the decision of the farmers may not be what free traders A From the Cleveland It was repore e rus w prices five nies that such action was taken tod TJnofilcIal reports have Icthat differen over the details of the threatened to swamp the trustfandjo advance was dlferredunti Hanan TO he cone I mado e imes resumed his and seve tly done intend to force upon him as soon as Sen Mor Quay Clarkson will remain in Europe for a He could we the Petersburg mission when Jliiilster Charles Emory Smith comes viinthe In any dipevery round and in s He but he prefeia to heavy rlghtbauder f andas limsplf in the adI Smith stasgered in put up to New London To be gone S8MraA who been an In and JUsTMaude home at winHanna and Relieved of by jsssrjsrassa came to Milwaukee today and drew twentv thousand dollars from the When near the depot he was knocked Sown two men who had allow him and relieved of the The robbers that the birth rate of the American peo ple Is falling rapidly enough to justify the extraordinary diminution in snr He wanted to know whether plu90fhirth9 over deaths indicated by insol the government toward tne census taken this the press says that the state census in Massa chusetts In 1835 proved that over 20 per tery to ascertain the truth of the state cent Of the native and per cent of monts that compromised the reputation the joreignborn mothers of Massa chusetts are This Is a little and if any other than Porfrs In the wide world had asserted that so many mothers never had we would not have been able to MagniresBenne for nearly 50 thetafaUible Thousands ol tegtimonialB and served here as transfer for the Burling ton and Quincy and the Burlington and Missouri river Here It served until compelled to give place to the bridge In It went from Bnr Nebraska where it was used again as railroad transfer and was Drought to Sionr City to be used in an article which is intended to show theJohn ter this doing only occasional dutiyasa reliefWhen the railway bridge was built both were and it has rested in peace until at last business has superseded and the od tne veteran f the Big Is tn te dls Its Bxcolleut Command to publicapproval fornli fruit remedy Syrup It is pleasing to the and and by acting gently liver and It cleansesthasjst thereby promoting lOTnfort nf work after he as WP Godfrey Kanednda the S3rd landed a ound and in ths Put himself under obligations to the ad ministration and thereby commit him self to the renomination of General Har Smith he was making n his ban t to Twelve reet of Lumber of the English people for Referring to he said It twaa unfortunate that the government was not content with stating the Improved condition of the country but thought it a necessity to compliment themselves about the The members of the opposition were bound to express The list of measures In the speech place the government In no sponslble Was the house wait indefinitely to learn now they strutting soung Charged 6EHEEAL WASHDIGTOS by the Wnllt the Sale Uquur Forbidden In Military committee I ol of which of Ari1 is appointed itlon of the president and 1 r readyJor j riHi fnrfffirlea sufferings of the persecuted people of Turkey The government had no right to institute an inquiry into the African matter as the expedition was Ample measures would be taken to meet the distress in Ireland e EnlcHcy of From the Boston Grover Cleveland says he prayed for the more SavatioaOU will cure your lame I D Theinfsiuat on of noKrtranff rhen Bulls Cough Sjrui la the s A Vrumb of From the Cleveland mantled androbbed of machinery and AU our old river men remem ler Davenport Democrat The old White belonging to the Hawkeya Trans lortatlon wll be here no She has had a troubled experience n the upper for a number ot years and has left She left here a ouple of months ago with a circus com intending to put in tha on them when she was damaged by strikinga bridge pier and went on the ways at Louis for The ill amounted to about 8900 whlchTCap Jere the principal ownerr wast unable to pay just atthe stimeand the claim was placed In the hands ptthe United States marshal to satisfy acclaim of the Louis Sectional Dock company of 8900She was purchased of StALonis John Asvury will give charged with The young ladles of AsDury thousand He an oyster supper the evenlngoi j Ahr0ntwo weeks The republicans In the next hnnne wll WhenParnell entered the house he was warmly greeted by many f among them Jacob Brlghtand Cunning one advantage over the democrats ham 1 J They can all get places oagood comrnll Oleomargnrlae I tatlonaU Circuit Judge la tha casejot today decided the 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