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   Burlington Hawk-Eye (Newspaper) - November 30, 1890, Burlington, Iowa                                ious of Henry Aldermen on Trial Uu ljuid ra ot gtato comes It the crew of a Chicago n freight train found a man lying on the ties w miles wcst of there The body was that a youug man who nice wagon in Des Moines all Coroner Deloe impaneled a r3 a verdict given of acci i death by being struck by a car or Young Carlson had been home to his who lives on a There Is a strong im that instead of accident his mav have resulted from a blow by who killed him for the was supposed to have hich caused his death frac w o She the bone being driven in it W bees struck with a rtlt ilie case 1s a murder there is no to the CELEBRATED Decides In Favor if City ou Every celebrated decided by Judge Key of the et In 1S55 the SfDabuque issued bonds to pay lor on which the City hall of New bought ne of When the bonds matured the city refused to pay them on cronnd that they had been Issued in e constitutional limit of in The case was carried to the court of the United the late Justice Miller IStattbe that as no citizen had Ilolned the city from issuing bonds in of the constitutional lind all the citizens had enjoyed fruits of that excessive issue it not be pleaded by the cty as a de U Pliimiff was eiven judgment for The city council refusing a special assessment to pay this the members of the council Their defense iihtt the assessment of ten the lie limit then allowed by yielded a Run all of which was required to meet Kteclljs current The defense and Sarah Lee Por lia vras Pvun judgement against the linn and Their motion for Iliewtria was Pending the Ijei trial Sarah Lee Porter came hen I ton Sew York and drew out o lie city Mayor Thompson and I ihe council made overtures of settlemen which were What be Inieof the difference between the Indrawn out of the city treasury and lahesnlller sum paid in settlement o or S5 does not appea Mayo mpsons business was th to whom Sarah Lee Porter as Etaed her Judgment on the settlemem lililSTO Sarah Lee Porter An ad Rjilninrator of her estate was appointe bSinih and among her effect nventoried this judgment against th ol nor record of th or settlement of which a on the record of the Pubuqu Icteric Soon after Captain P appointed administrator o Dubuque and he broueht In probate to revive thejudgmen BURLINGTQy NOVEMBER ohn Lapslcy and the aughter approached from the apsley saw the train and reined up kt n6eVhlp9 SarelT S j i ss Lapsley was Instantly ihei back of her head being crushed er little daughter esipeTwithl rulses The horses became disengaicd rom the buggy and were not 10 vehicle was carried about Miss Lapslcy was fifty years with her who was driving he lived near Dakota Citv he where they wentythree near Dakota No have resided lor Mismanagement of Indian Affairs Caused the Little DewltUulTalo BillVMU Bull to be Arrested Tlie Memilali Craze In the carpenters in the re new their demands on the who must either surrender or prove their ability to defeat organized labor in one grand TUMBLING GENERAL WASHINGTON The Itrazlllan Kaval Olllcera Honor Infirlona Brazilian aval ofhcers were taken down the river o Mount Vernon this When he party reached Washingtons tomb he American officers were surprised and elichtcd to see a floral piece five feet in the centre of which was a fac Imile of the Brazilian under which was inscribed in white he memory of the great Washington rom the navy of In the ng the Brazilians were entertained at a dinner at the Metropolitan Among the guests wore Secretaries Blalno and The 1ennluu pension appropriation bill for the next fiscal year has been agreed upon by the sub omuiittee and will be reported to the ull committee It appropriates he full amount estimated necessary by he commissioner of except on he estimates for clerk fuel and which is cut down to Tor the payment of pensions 085 is appropriated and for examining surgeons an increase ol 000 over the current fiscal Will iKhue Small Denomination order to meet as far possible the present heavy demand for notes in small denomina Secretary Windom has decided to ssue five and one dollar treasury jotcs in exchange for treasury notes of larger Pioncer press special from Pine Ridge agency says a conference was held today between special Agent Royer and McGiilicudy and Chiefs Below Little Little Bear and Broken Little Wound was the spokesman and many of the questions submitted him were met with evasive He fre quently asserted he did iiot want war with the Ho said the ghost dances would never have begun if McGilllcudy had still been because they would have consulted him before beginning He said the dance was organized by the Indians be cause they have an accumulation of griev ances and used this means to exhibit their One great cause of trouble seems to bo that there is a large amount of jelousy among the chiefs and Indians who have been In favor with the Little Wound made several statements which were directly at vari ance with the known facts and therefore all of his talk is taken with Thn sensational reports last night that a battle was imminent had no founda The correspondent assert that in vestigations have shown that mismanage ment of the Indian bureau is largely re sponsible for the A STUNNING English Papers Comment at Length on Parnells General Milvrt In Miles arrived this evening from Chicago and spent fcveral hours consulting with Sf retary Proctor and Major General Srho field regarding Indian Secre tary Procter approved his course and told him the president drected that he be given the fullest discretionary power in hope that the threatened outbreak might he avrrted without if The Katiouiu 29 is esti mated that the public debt less the cash in the Increased during due principally to the heavy payments during the A LOVERS Nuvajne Indiana tirovvins FOKT Rumors are current hero of a probable uprising amongst the Nivajoe the sudden departure of the sixth cav alry attracting the Navajoe Indians into Traders and others report them very Insolent and They are holding large dances and it is be lieved the Messiah craze has reached The ranchers are reporting cattle killed and horses stolen and cowboys Now that the sixth cavalry Is the settlers and citizens are Ueil CluudV leoiumitlc special says a prominent lady of that rlty asserts she is a sister of Red Cloud and tells a romantic story con cernlug his When but three years he was stolen from his parents who then resided in Wisconsin on an In dian reservation In the northern part of the and all trace was lost of him for eighteen when he was found among the red having been brought up by All his sympathies were with this tribe and he soon rejoined the Sioux to the grief of his brothers and sisters The Effect or the Failure More Intensive Than failure of Jamison divided the at tention on the street this morning with the startling publication of John Bakers gigantic The general opinion to be that the failure of Jamison was worse than at first The firm la said to have been large borrowers lately and several finan cial Institutions in this city are thought to have been heavily hit by their sus The liabilities of tho firm are variously estimated from half to a million and a half dollars but such estimates are the merest guess worn as those who are in position to authoritatively state de cline to do State Treasurer Royer today entered two suits in the common pleas court against Jamison upon bond to secure the payment of state which the firm is said to have had in their Tltu Prettyuinu bank were more entertaining developments in the inves tigation of the Prettyman private bank failure The wife of the banker testified naively that on Monday Irettyman gave her which was converted into a draft and forwarded to her mother in New Steps were taken to stop its a partner of Prottymanln the lumber firm told with great unconcern how he had purchased various pieces of real estate with money from Prettymans bank and how shortly before the failure ho sold two houses worth fourteen thousand dollars to Treasurer Stinson of the Lum ber company for a nominal consideration and Stinson turned them over to Bishops wife for a like Uankeri dispatch from says Burk have closed their Tho assets and liabilities are not yet The failure Is the result of that of Jameison weo were the banks A statement has not yet been made but the flrm ex pects to be able to pay all depositors in The heaviest loser is Cnuntv Treas urer Howe who has deposit in the The Aldrei9 Highly Damaging to the Credit of Gladstone and Flatly LOXDOX All the papers comment at great length on Parnells The Post says not a single point of the sordid conspiracy has been omitted from1 the story of the hotne rule compact for the first time brought to The bomb has been exploded In anger and Parnell turns evidence against his fellow conspirators to save his own political The manifesto has ren dered the prospeeis for home rule worse than at any time since The Dally News says to Parnells ex cited feelings every mans hand seems against him and he sets his hand against every The Standard says the manifesto is highly damaging to the credit of Glad stone and Morley as straightforward No English politician will ever trust Parnell but he has chosen the right line to win back the fanatical regard of The Times says the manifesto shivers forever the supposition that Parnell can ever again be treated as a trustworthy friend or an honorable It is proba bly the most shameless document tho English public life has seen since the days of the The Times it will probably affect Its purpose and refers to the severity of the blow inflicted on Gladstones Imprac ticable In case the Irish nationalist at the meeting on favor Par a movement will immediately be started among the liberals to the English reforms precedence over home rule and a meeting to advocate reverting to the program of 1835 will be sum Sir William Vernon it is ba will succeed Glandstone In the leadership of the liberal party in the event of the latter own The ministerial as It the intended pro longed guarding of the secret of the greatly disappoints foreign medi cal men Von Gossler said secrecy was necessary to render Imitation Impos Since the Parnell developnments have shattered Gladstones chances of a re turn to the report is current here that Lord Salisbury will come to Berlin on a This is believed to Imply a meeting between Crispi and Salisbury and a more open adhesion by the English government to the policy of the The ex tinction of Gladstone is tho most grate ful news that Emperor William and his circle have ever heard from The first bill to come before the relchs will be one providing for the raising of revenue on sugar from to only to be effected by abolishing the tariff on raw sugar and increasing the duty ou The bill says the export bounty system has cost the German consumers thirtyone and a half million marks an nineteen and a half millions of which was cash paid in bounties and the remainder additional cost to The reichstag will be asked for fifty million marks for the partly to provide new and partly to alter the colors of the Henceforth no glitter of headpiece or arms will be permitted a sombre uniform Is WILD OHEEBRS POR IN THE A HawkEye Correspondent Elo quent Over Colorado He Idaho George town and Silver Grand Tier and of the Moun tain PARNELL The Postmaster Ht Sues Him for fur Special to The George L postmaster of this has brought suit for against Reuben McKee and a like sum against his William for alleged William the has as enamored of a fair damsel living near and tender missives have been flying between the Re William has failed to receive answers to his Lee Porter in the original claiming an attorneys on the amounting with to about On motion of intiffs the cases ware idthns thrown into chancery Instead the city heing deprived of a jury Judge Xey decides in favor of the 7 on every The case involved Plaintiffs are given until Janu lujltofilea bill of exceptions f or ap llialtothe supreme Fontln Liquor jroHecution STOCF morning Jndire Tfccinas heard applicants for tem I Was injunctions agaiun Cyrus McMul to and wife acd Heck Stevens also John Drummy and wise and his to restrain tton from keepiug a nuisance at iflohontas Bruce wred lor the The court Iprdered temporary injunctions against ljili This is said to close the tailneis in Porahontas On September 20 the hoodlums of Ijlondahanced Bruce in with iibcerbottle at his which he thinks exceedingly and now IjWulls the prophecy by continuing to fltep the bfer business at his feet in CTocahontas Uea AIolueH Boiidle owai A jury secured in the case of state eijrht indicted exaldermen charged with wilful miscon in and the taking of testl jinony was The state will under jwie to that a conspiracy was en whereby the defendants re te William g as by circu lated reports that Evans had held the letters to McKee from reed the and then de stroyed McKee also charges that the album has been seen n exhibition in the show case at Evans Young McKee wrote to the postofBce depart ment about the matter and an inspector was sent to upon investi as reported that there was nothing in the Subsequent ly McKee and the boy William came to Burnside and in a discussion with in the presence of the reiterated the charge made by the Evans attor neys think that young McKee has fallen in love with some artful miss who is having a little quiet fun at his expense and that the supposed letters and album claimed to have been sent are all a NOT CHASLIS Kecent Story Jroves to be a Tissue of NKW Adams has returned from and reported to Inspector Byrnes the result of his investigations in the Charlie Koss inspector said that advices had verified certain facts which made It clear to him that much of the Informa tion published in reference to the sup posed discovery of Charlie Ross was a tissue of The young man Heading OfT Marauding fact that several companies of troops have reached the Bad Land country and will head off any marauding has resulted in the subsidence to a large extent of the An Indian who was sent to Big Foot and Humps at the mouth of Cherry creek some time returned to Fort Bennett today and says tho Inten tion of the hostiles is apparently tn soon join Short Ball on Pass Creek and sub sist there during the winter on cattle quartered in the Bad lie says there was a number of educated Indians among the Cherry creek hostiles who came to Pierre regularly and bought copies of These they took back and read to the other The he enjoyed greatly the great alarm everywhere among the It seemed strengthen their belief thai the Messiah was coming and that the whites were ready to either die off or leave the lands to the Made Several South special to the Planter Pries says the Indian police at Lower Brule made several arrests again today but the dance still continues at White The police and scouts are watch ing them closely and no danger Is appre The Messiah Craze In the AKKAXSAS 29 trader from the Osage reservation re Pinno Sons manufacturers made a general assign ment today to William Jonk with prefer ence of A Daluth Bank Closes private bank of llall closed its doors this morn ing In the run yesterdav of the of deposits were drawn No runs were made on the other The bank expects to pay in MattreiS Manufacturers Mathews manufacturers of hair assigned this with liabilities of about and assets the Confessed Judgment for lumberman and to day confessed judgment in the sum of THE FIRS ports that the Indians have begun the ghost dance and are very ugly and inso They are well armed and are the richest and most powerful tribe In the territory outside the five The agent is alarmed and has asked for assist Telegrams from Fort Sill call attention to the fact that troops are being drawn away from the west and southwest to leaving the inhabitants in Texas New Mexico and ex posed to danger from fierce The Blanket Indians In tho southwestern have caught A Blaze at Yale a NEW in the south middle dormitory on the Yale campus tonight created quite a panic for a but was finally Loss Oil tVorlts Loxo ISLAND Eirly this morning the Paraffine plant of the Queens County Oil works on Newton The loss Is esti mated at mainly on A Threshing Machine local paper says threshing me are engaged in forming a It Is known that the temporary organization has been formed by repre sentative men in that and that very soon articles of incorporation will be covering the combine with a capital stock of at least A secret meeting was held yesterday after noon at which the general features of the contemplated combine were dis Gludstona Makes Keply to the Irish Leaders has issued reply to Pirnells manifesto de nying In toto the statements made by tho Irish leader in regard to the retention of Irish members in the imperial parlia the settlement of tho land or agrarian difficulties In con trol of the Irish constabulary and the ap pointment of the In Gladstone then comes forth with a recital of the alleged by Parnell In his manifesto to have been made to him during his visit to Gladstone at Hawar den last In regard to the In tended proposals with regard to home ruin in the event of the liberal party winning at the next genera Gladstone declares that no single sug gestion was offered by him to neither as a formal or as a final In conclusion Gladstone says he has always both in public and that the national party In Ireland ought to re main entirely independent of the liberal party of Great It is their duty and his duty to study all adjustments in the matter of home rule which may tend to draw to their side moderate and equitable But for him to propose any measures except such as Ireland could approve on the lines already laid down would be fatuity as regards him self and treachery to the Irish in even by the side of he can claim to take an Morley also disputes Parnells ver sion of the negotiations which took place between them In regard to home rule and other matters concerning and will at an early day repudiate his Sexton and Uealy are taking the opinion of each Irish member of par liament as to the advisability of organiz ing a movement for an alliance of the antiParnellites with In an interview Henry Labou member of parliament and editor of said it would be charitable to suppose that Parnell was It is im possible to suppose that any sane man with any sense of honor or patriotism would issue a manifesto so dishonoring to himself and so injurious to his countrys Iruh Delegates Received In Chicago with Enthusiastic thousand peo ple assembled in battery D and two thousand more in Second Regiment arm ory adjoining to see and hear the Irish pariamentary The gathering was a most notable An the speech making was to the battery D armory was so full of people that the doors were closed and the remainder of the throng turned into the Secoud Regiment armory were an overllow meeting was Amonff the prominent figures in front of the audience was the mother of the man still at the helm of Irish Tho large list of vicepresidents of the meet ing represented practically every shade ofIrish opinion tn besides many prominent citizens not directly indentitted with the Irish When OCon Sullivan and Gill were escorted to the platform wild cheers broke out and were repeated again and Mayor Cregier made a brief speech of welcome and then introduced John As that gentleman ad vanced to the front of the stage the cheering broke out again and it was Im possible for him to begin speaking for several Dillon dwelt at considerable length on Irelands struggle and the mission of the delegates to this Telling points In the speech Correspondence of The HawltEyeJ A brilliant a cloudless an air so exhilarating that the mare living becomes a on such a common enough In we join an excursion from Denver to the Rocky rocky Onr ob jective points this day are Idaho Silver To the tourist who for the first time Is to view the mountain we have this to say Do not be afraid to give ample scope to your imagination give your ex pectations free view as to grandeur and charm of scenery you shall iseevand you will surelyhot be idly our train crosses the twelve miles of plain between Denver and thefoot hills and we approach the gate to the rockygiants on either side of the mountain clear now approach each hem ming in that mad lit tle muddy as it slowly courses through the sandy now Is crystal clear in its pebbly The rail following by simple compul the ever winding barely finds room for a now on this side of the now on crossing and re crossing It often compelled to make a bed as the mountains rise steeply from the waters So sudden and sharp are the curves around the base of that again and again from our seat in about the middle of a long tralnweseeits tail swaying rather recklessly on its narrow roadbed on the very edge of the steep rocky bank of the Then gradually the mountains recede and we enter a valley so charm so surrounded on all sides by mountains upon mountains overtopping each that we are pleasantly re minded of the happy valleyso charmingly described in where ever these valleys are formed by reced ing there yon find a to a year each fTOt and above their legal The while admitinc will claim j was no the same thing hav been the custoai of all councils for SJtars backThe testimony will m the same line as that In the Drady and there are very few who think ue defendants will be Iroolilo Over the Clinton Bridge neces amounl of work on the Clinton and Illinois high brldgo bavjng been losPccted and accepted by the the bridge company made a demand In prison a said not Charlie Willie the chum of Charlie the sup posed Charlie says that many or statements credited to him are faUe made I am perfectly the statements c He never made continued there is nothing in the that part of Indian Territory have c the Messiah craza and are dancir DEATH CLAIMS Last Sad Bites Over tlie ust NEW services over the remains ol Remains of Aug funeral the late Treasurer Lund for pay Ill tb1 firsl half of the bridge tax Tbe auer refused to pay of the taxpayers have paid i claiming it was and manT not paid at Wocecdin6s will probably be services over August Belmont were conducted in the Horiies large to Chris lleimen in the southwestern part of ety Thursday night with rhv Ve seventyfive tons of firm a amount of grain and Nothing was tea M n oss ls Fifteen hun on the horses and in of the fire A WellKnown Evangelist Information reached here tonight from the Coui manche and Kiowa reservations that a great number had joined the Cheyennes and Arapahoes in the Messiah craze now in full force on the Canadian where a ghost dance is in It is estimated that Indians are all armed and with plenty of IlnRalo Hills A special from Standing Rock Agency to the TrVnmc says Buffalo Bill and Powell had not been many hours at the agency today before the report spread that they had come for the purpose ot arresting Sitting Bull and removing him from the Cody and one or two others left for Bulls camp about Trouble Is anticipated in cUs an arrest is attempted and the soldiers at Fort Yates are prepared for campaign at a moments Infor mation is obtained tonight that the com manding officer of the post received In structions from General Miles to post the arrest of Sitting Bull for the sent Agent McLaughlin has couri ut to catch Buffalo Messen gers from Bulls camp last night re porthed the dance Is going on but every thing is quiet Suppressing a has been a strike in the factory of the Cox Shoe Manufacturing company since last against the Introduction of lasting Twentyone leading manufacturers have signed a which was published agreeing that on and after December they will dismiss all members of the Boot and Shoe Makers International union until such time as the strike against the Cox company shall have been completely Trying to tjuash the NEW the Italians now under indictment for the murder of Chief Hennessy were called before the bar their counsel moved to quash the indictment on the ground that an Johr not entitled to be John was aiichnel Iavltt A strong Interview with Michael Davitt was printed Davltt says Parnell Is furiofts against the majority of his party and in his anger against them and Gladstones letter he runs Referring to Parnells de nunciation of the Hawarden Davitt says Parnell now declares against the cutting down of Irish represen in the grand jury room during the in The matter will be argued next tation at West but in 1SSO he agreed to the clauses of the bill excluding Irish representotiou acd retaining for the time the imperial control of the police and The Hawarden proposals were as bad when made as Why didnt Parnell make the appeal before Parnell has shat tered the hopes of Imme rule for and for personal ends and re Just as in 1882 he shattered the Land League to get out of the Kilmain ham jail and was prepared in 1SSG to smash his party and debauch the institu tions of ills country to thrust OShea on the Gaiway were received with tremendous enthusi William OBrien spoke next and was accorded an equally warm The speaking was then suspended for half an during which contributions were received by tellers appointed to canvass the Besides a great mass of small contribu fifteen or twenty prominent citi zens handed in amounts ranging from S100 to Har Sullivan and GUI then after which the substance of whlci were introduced and aimd great The reso lutions which are quite wel come the Irish delegates speak in eulo gistic terms of their services and pledge the assembly anew to the cause of home rule for Irish Touching on the allabsorbing topic of the the reso lutions say While the cause of hume rule is by no means dependent upon any we should be untrue to our selves and to the justice of the cause did we fail to recognize the splen did services of Charles Stewart The Irish people owe him a debt of gratitude which can never be fully When all seemed darkness and he sounded the tocsin which called into action an army of resoln te and heroic mei for more than ten long have stood with absolute singleness of unquestioned purity of motive and patriotic fervor almost without parallel In tlia worlds They won for the first time in the century tha attention of England and the attention of the They went to jail behind the proved more potent than their In the crisis presented at this moment it does not be come us to attempt to dictate to the Irish people as to their We recognize they are upon the immediate field of with infinitely better opportuni ties for forming a judgment than is pre sented to The claim of Irelands right to home rule presumes the capacity of the people of Ireland for selfgovern Hence to them and their author ized representatives we leave all ques tions of policy and promising lasting and hearty support to their judg ment and It is our earnest hope that with forbearance and ex ceeding wisdom they will so order the affairs of the Irish parliamentary party as to silence all discord and that hand in hand with the great common people of England they may move on to victory which assuredly waits them in the near The meeting then The overflow meeting in the Second regiment armory was almost an duplicate of the big Judge Moran Each of the delegates spoke briefly there and the resolutions wore put and adopted with great as seems to be the prevailing prefer ence of a Real estate in these cities is of by the and these are stubborn facts and will nnt it may be they were mining In time they grew to permanent settle and now they are cities more or less compactly Idaho Spring and Georgetown are fine places every neces sary Industry is represented they have good retail stores and the omni present The same Is true regard Ing Golden and Silver They all have the peculiar feature of the far western but more pronounced in these mountain is well built fine school houses and fraying out at the ends into and But what of the mountains Rising higher and higher on either side of Clear sometimes so high we have to open the car window and thrust our heads to see the they are of a be wildering both as to shape or Sections of hngh wide at the narrowing down to a point tops pointed and tops square and tops castel the Rhine with remnants of tur rets and great openings like empty doorways and Immense rocks overhanging our are a perpe tual black and red blue and green and of metallic all on the same mountain side rocky profiles lookicg like mens faces or some abnormal beasts then again in the back ground more and higher far away and mingling with the such are the But the grand impression as a whole or tout ensemble is simply relieved by the charming and fresh looking cities of the formations of millions of years con trasted with the civilization of Leaving Georgetown we enter at once upon that wonderful piece of railroad en The Tn fully ap preciate it one must go through this apt ly termed Soon after leaving Georgetown you see a high span ning the river and the gulch through which It supported by slim Iron looking from your distance so and you cant help doubting that it Is a railroad But our long train is destined to go over But not just First your train goes unite the TheyaJl seem proap can only conjecture i prosperity due to theTSu It foty braskaand Colorado what and te doing for Iowa Like the and arteries of onr life blood of the tov are Along these lines Beyond lines Hamlet after the soli tary then then city wtth schools and churches the merchant tie mechanic and OT smiling host at the tel soon find business sncT the ever repeated history of citle and because Its tttte and we should be tha motl of this Burlington wr informed giving aid to new townai J Of the the the cornier over Its lines the unvarying conrtesr train employes we havenow One the courtesy and humane of one of the train men of which I am art may be It was atnight elderly lady hadbeen tossingon I vainly trying to get an p In chair car por had noticed her unsuccessful efforts and Is a vacant seat In cantJ conduct you to it She gratefully ac however trifling the Inci dent may appear to some to me it was a striking that rail roads and humanity are not necessarily Railroads and the should likewise capital and best of They are interdepend And from my first experience the A I am certain the managers have already secured the moat f feeling of the traveling and shipping Mendotat Home best wishes for the prosperity of Tror MA33EXBEB6 AN BISHTOmtCS Birth at ot the Smallest Child on now boasts of the ninth wonder of the The wife of a miner named living on Tiger In this gave birth Thursday night to diminutive baby It Is appar ently strong and but measures only eight and weighs as many It Is well and the at tending physicians and neighbors who care for the little believe it will The home of the has been visited by scores of curiously disposed who were anxious to pay their respects to the handsome little Tiger Hill la now doubly It has within Its range the best paying mines and now beats the world with its tiny specimen of which is not as large as many of the dolls offered for A leadSilver Smelters effort will be made here Monday to organize the leadsilver smelters of the United States into a A combination was attempted years but fell through on account of differences between the Since that President of the National White Lead has been working hard to reconcile the and IE is believed the call for Mondays is an indication that he has been success Insane Front wo was to have hanged yesterday and whose attorneys secured a deas from the sfate supreme has gone insane from the revnislon of He had made all preparations to T die and the good news was too l Manufactories at open ing here for mills and manufactories is The city has recently organ ized a board of trade which Is already figuring with various parties In this re A Mile and Quarter la SA the raes this afternoon went a mile and a quarter in the fastest time ever made by a Rinfax was bred by Palo then climbs up to the left some ments then describes a grand curve to the right running down grade far past to the right of and above the makes another Weekly Bank NEW weefkly bank statement the reserve has increased The banks npw hold In excess of the legal requlre pone ing the The Treacherous Orr and amuel mining tried to cross Fall Lake on the ice broke c 29Two daughters of Nels Desalr broke through thelceonDesair Lake today and were tourers Ills tn dav again lowered his record by a nuarter of a trotting a mile easily quarter auarterwa3 and the five and a half He made the mile without I May until recently special census agent of the Indians for has written the Indian bureau about the alleged A Sad Special to Tke laNov i manY years foreman of the f 1 at the Rock Island backward a distance of a few mf evening from a portion of the he was standing and icad on a producing a He leaves a bride of a Voted for the Ladl Metho chnrch women delegates to the genral a vote of 56 to Hlt ytt v four 7 afternoon a fatal acci Et the Iowa of the i 76 railroad A Union Rock Island comes are Itt BScellent Command to P llie presence of gatherings of the Messiah that torpid liver cured by Miles Nerve and Liver Samples free Wittes Paruell Controls 1heir The Pall Mall Gazette says Parnell Intends to start for Ireland tonight to evade definite declaration by the Parnelllte members of the commons on the question of leader When the vote is Monday Parnell will treat that portion of his fol lowers who remain attached to him as the real Irish party and will cut the de serters Fortyfour members receive pay through who retains abso lute control of the Irish Nationalists Irish dale gates arrived In this city this evening Mayhugh says about sixteen miles so R1V6rinSCCd hfs tobe Sacred IndiaDSHe thinks if tho Indians are the mountain let alone at the various reservation the rill die AH ol tne Grand Labor at ilT all artt drug Three Killed In a freight train on tho Spokane brancn oi ino Union Pacific was wrecked last night near The and one brakeman was instantly Another brakeman was fatally The Best In the J exmayor of North Des and the Locust street man ufacturer of steam engines and had a severe attack of la I used Chamberlains Cough and applied Chamberlains Pain Balm to These remedies wn Jart the thing in my My child had croup some years and we used Chamberlains Cough Remedy with per fect success since then we have never been without these medicines in our I had a cousin who was a prin ter and was employed In this where they were printing circulars for Cham He had a deepseated cold and a terrible and while setting up the copy he made up his mind to a bot It cured his and that was the first time I ever knew anything of Chamberlains I have been strongly in their favor ever My own experience and that of my family convinces me that these remedies are the best In the That may be rong FarneUs Opponents trill and Sexton and a number of other opponents of Par nell held a conference Parnells manifesto has stiffened their opposition and they have resolved to Issue a counter manifesto This manifesto will bear a formidable list of The fight between the two factions will be to the bitter Neither side will leave a stone about six They were met at Kensington by a large reception com headed by Mayor Cregicr and many other prominent An Associated Press representative showed to the delegates a synopsis of Gladstones reply to Parnells Each of them read it carefully in turn but refused to make any comment Dillon says when they give an opinion they wish to do it as the united senti ment of the entire party and until such time will not Timothy Harring ton was over heard to remark In conver sation with a referring to Glad stones It Is too bad to have a contradiction between two such men and at such a OUR BERLIN to Kochs Lord Salisbury The Copyrighted 1880 by the New York Associated In the diet today Minister replying to the in said the aspersions cast upon certain physicians engaged In us ing Kocks lymph has been proved Care had been ho to make the remedy perfectly ac cessible to the In the course of the preparation of the lymph will be entrusted to competent persons em ployed by the There was no good ground yet to hope the remedy would be found cffacious in the treatment of other diseases than A private gentleman has given one million marks to be used for the benefit of poor persons suffering Regarding the question of placing the manufacture of lymph under the exclusive control of the Vongossler thongnt a feeling of satisfaction would be experienced throughout the world If Prussia should set her stamp upon the The government would eventu ally Invite other nations to send repre sentatives to study the use of the remedy In order thit they might apply It ia their Is the French defeat of the eovernment yesterday In the chambers on the question of taking up the loan discussion before the budget was con sidered by the ministry Thoy decided it ought not to effect Minister Rouviera The government tariff proposition proposed a duty of twelve francs per double hundred weight onsllkisdi of salt The tariff subcommittee has mado a new classification imposing a duty of thirty francs on sausages and other preserved meats and fifteen francs bacon and Minister of Com merce Roche Informed the committee that the government persisted In the demand for a twelve franc as a low tariff was Indespensable In order to procure from the United States a modification of the McKinley He also objected to the proprosal to Increase the tariff on canned fresh mutton and pork The committees how disregards the protest and will he opposed by the the minis ters consurring In the opinion that It Is necessary to keep the tariff sufficiently elastic to make in possible to offer recip rocal advantages to the United Barrel and Stave Worki 29 barrel and stave works of the Hornway East were burned this morn loss Insurance sharp curve back to the left and then over the bridge and then runs up to Silver but not before describine four more sharp nearly forming a depressed A funny impression Is caused as you emerge from under the by seeing a train really ahead of seemingly going back as it approaches the while really you are following And thus a perfect loup Is formed by tha Silver Plume abounds In silver The mountains are dotted with A cordial invitation by a miner to visit a mine had to be for our train was ready for the return Time and in a few days I must take my 2 fast train on the Burlington and or perhaps more the Burlington and Missouri River road through and The little time yet allotted to your cor respondent not pass without visit ing the Argo smelting the largest silver and gold smelting it is in the A short ride and we are at the Presenting my as your to the I received an admission card A railroad track runs through the carloads of ore pass over it Employes are ret probably under the process In a general way may be described thus Rapeated crush ings till the ore is fine enough for the these are exposed to the extreme heat of the At the proper time the silver is drawn When cooked It goes to the refining room where again it through furnaces It is cleared of all impurities and again drawn off into forms the shape of large bricks of pure The exact process the means and materials by which the EiehtySeven Drowned Uodles bodies were found in the flooded Anna Blood Will Tell There la no question about wliltelU it It be an impure pimples and are ali symptoms of impure due to thoimDroperac rfon of the When this Important to properly perform list unction of purl tymjr and cleansing the impuritiee nre carrled to all parts of tho and the symptoms above referred to are merely evi dences of the struggle of nature to throw oft the JnleSH the warning bo heeded in serions results are to culminating ia liver or Mdnev i or even in V Golden Medical Discovery will prevent and restoring the liver to healthy thousand two hundred new bers joined the Illinois Sevetyfive per of the saloonkeepjf ers In this country are M Five white rlbboners are otj the Columbian Exposition Commlssiont baser Ingredients are separated from the pure silver were not divulged to We lad the honorot lifting one of the eighty ound worth and before us ay a pile of them amounting to But my time is Reluctantly J nrn my back to regretting lean not stay to visit the many Interesting mints of mountain scenery never omitted iy the Vale beautiful Queen of the Vale My train pulls out of union depot at I have decided to spend tho night In my chair Rested quite sleeping off and just as the universal baby In a forward chair The chairs are not without comfort but might he vastly the being progressive and never slow to adopt suggestions likely to Increase the comfort of Its some Inzenious inventor might construct a combination of chair and folding If the road will practically Eight thousand members were added the National during thepasiyf The Pullman car saloon Is becoming a nuisance to not a few Next April the first college In Roma for women will be The Traveling association are to have no thelrga banqnet ia Chicago next George the noted brewer oi New York holds chattel morl gages ou beer saloons ta the Annie clerk of Jasper Mlssourlrj elected by seven hundred vv The Central of San Frai publishes monthly leaffetari latlng to local and other August and September they issued i 000 The superintendent ot schools ittTSu roka recently ordered a quantity of the Yocnff Crusader1 J sons in civil government fronv Womans Temperance Publication ciation A girl at attacKej with left the theater jn golng to a neighboring offending molar ter Jwhi she returned tosee the resVoI thtfplr Her futnre husband is adviseattojl his good behavior with The Womens Tempetang Union of that the drinking of gi homemade raspberry syrup adopt this vastly Increased they will patronage enjoy a for this combination being free to alt J class charge forthesng gestlont k can only say that have seen towns and cities test A Georgia planter has a red derived from t three years r worn In Its Youfsometlrai   

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