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   Burlington Hawk-Eye (Newspaper) - December 2, 1890, Burlington, Iowa                                k n N JSTA v HEEDS ML ie Second Session of the Fifty first Congress Duly 3 and ool Nature Kxchange Pleasantries Kew Members OuallfyAHard Winters Work the ex ecution of the few seats reserved ex dnsivoly for the members of the presi dents family and for tho diplomatic corps every available scat was occupied early In the forenoon by tho spectators eager to witness the proceedings attend In the opening of the second session of the fiftyfirst The democrats were joyous and tho were obliged to put up with a great deal of loodnatured badgering with smiling countenances in the cloak rooms before the house was called to At noon Speaker Reed entered the hall andihe rap of his gavel Instantly re stored After prayer by the Chap the clerk proceeded to call the jt showed the presence of 227 members and the clerk was directed to Inform the sanawthata quorum of the house ap peared and the body was ready to pro ceed with On motion of of a resolution was adopted for the appoint ment of a committee to join a similar committee on the part of the senate to wait upon the president to notify him that congress was ready to receive any communications he may see fit to trans Tho credentials of Breckcn of second Arkansas district Willis of Idaho Stone of the twentysecond Pennsylvania district Clarence of Wyoming were read and those named appeared and John of the twentyfourth Sew York district of the seventh Iowa district and Kobertt White of the fourteenth Missouri district notwithstanding the nonar rival of their The speaker laid before the honse the credentials of David delegate Jrom and the oath of office was administered to The house then took recess until At the expiration of the recess the presidents message was immediately read by the At the conclusion of the reading the rnpubicans warmly ap plauded his On motion of McKinley the mes sage referred to committee of the reported the pension ap propriations bill and it was referred to committee of the whole and the house then adjourned The was an unusually large attendance of senators at the opening of todays After the opening exercises the credentials d the two senators from Wyoming were presented and CaT and Warren took the oath of Resolutions fixing the daily hour of meeting at twelve oclock and providing iors committee for Informing the presi dent and the house that the senate was in session and ready to proceed to busi After a short recess the presidents message was read when it was finished the at adjourned until to After the senate adjourned a caucus of republican members was called to con Elder the order of The Program in a lenghty discussion this the republican senatorial caucas agreed that the elec tion bill should be taken up tomorrow with the understanding that it be kept Wore that body until finally acted to guard against the ex pected opposiiinn from the democratic mnory in the line of dilatory A committee of five senators was appointed tocooperate with the republican mem tos of the committee on rules in prepar ation of the rule to secure closure of de bite when desired by the The old caucas committee on the order of business was reappointed and instructed to prepare a program to govern the pro ceedings of the snate after the election bill was disposed It is stated no votes were cast against these determinations ol the About thirty repubican representatives got together this after noon after adjournment of the house and informally discussed the reapportion wnt Nearly all the leading republicans were The only conclusions reached were that for the represent there was no reason to hold a party cascus and the census committee saonld be left free to deal with the mat Several of those present said no decision was reached as to whether the apportionment bill should be but eath one personally insisted the bill ouM unquestionably be BILLS POOIS by whW profits in the silver after the prlce directing the of th8 aot an those to inquire into l Ueport that the clasJnA shows Include oveTso ooo 1 to Into the denarrmS came of the coui iission during the first fiscal year the be olten tne not f deal actual cxper has shown it pro ntloClmnge the aicKiulev on Free of introduced a preamble and reso lotlon on the subject of the re anng It is manifest the people at the re ttot election most emphatically repndi the policy and principles of taxation protection embraced in the McKin le and instructing the cpmmittee and means to report bills to re Pal any and all increases in rates on wm duties occasioned by that enat and to place upon the free list ores of all Je tin agricultural ana1 binding twine its raw cotton such other articles of raw mate as the committee deems of like im Wtlanceto the manufacturers or resolutions further Instructs the itttee to report a bill to provide for of all additional revenue nec a Sraduated income uilrman of the select com fc j OD of arid intro ill directing the secretary of f r to causo tue arld lands of the i tates to tB surveyed and marked tw irreKation Lnnds In MI f e ceded to the states In which they are situated certain conditions designed to Jie Irrigation work and water in nfl of the people of the districts Maactual and of Ifew ed a D reciting the difference I v atioual police census of I tne secre the interior to order a Bartine of Biw m of Bland nf Mis Wements of and Wheeler a lntfoduced bills for the free I sllver of tee Introduced a bill for the jJWnage of gold and silver D am introduced a wlptoMBibo aet aDtuorlzE tne re States gold coin in ex bars by providipg the su if coinage mints and 5say office at New York ol the approval of the director Unitedis 1lnt not receive tates coin from any holder fa gold bars The director L11 the approval of the secretary impose for such exchange 1n his shall cost of manufacturing the TI oICoiieresB and Sllver In the house of Mis f Ied Ior Deference a resolution j la alleged that twelve fifteen pend Ihe report recommends an amendment i tne law prohibiting assessments by outsiders through the device of letters sent to clerks public Public IJeht debt statement is as follows exclusive i uiiftod ebt on vUed ch luurest ceased since national bank lund dtO j nucr actor 4li Jccreasebonded dtbt oliring ct Incrfasedebt during The EziienseA of the secretary f the treasury sent to congress today he following estimates of the expenses f the government for the fiscal year nding June 1S90 Legislative estab S3 executive establish judicial establish foreign intercourse military naval ndian pensions S135 public postal permanent annual approprla grand The estimates fnr 1S91 were and appropriations For 1S91 estimate for oeuslons was something over while he appropriation for nearly were necessitated for the new he public work estimates were 00 nearly were appropri The estimates for permanent an jual appropriations were 00 the amount appropriated about A comparative statement prepared by he clerks of the honse and senate com mittees show the total estimated needs f the government for the next fiscal are an increase of over last year and not In ludlng anything for rivers and The total estimated revenues for the cur rent year are making an excess of estimates appropriations ex clusive o revenues of doficlencies and mis Over the estimated in excess of the estimated revenues over the estimated of for sinking fund and ex clusive of deficiencies and are leaving this amount as a surplus if the sinking fund requirement Is not Included in the estimates are seven millions for sugar bounties and four or five millions for draw backs un der the last tariff Will Ispne More secretary of the interior this morning directed that the Sioux Indians be supplied with in creased rations sufficient to conform to the agreement of 1S77 The appropria tions for supplies for the Sioux have de creased every year upon the supposition that the Indians were becoming more and more capable of maintaining them to the partial failure ef crops the last year or two and the restlessness of the which is believed to be in a measure due to the reduction of the secretary has ordered the The increase will amount to between onefourth and onethird of the present The officials of the Indian bureau have already begun the prepara tion of estimates for additional appro which will be aked of congress to carry out these instructions of the Acting Indian Belt today sent to congress an urgent request that thfl several appropriations asked for during the last session to carry out agreements made with the Sioux by the receive the prompt at tention of that The president has appointed Charles of New a member of the commission to negotiate with the Turtle band of Chippewa vice Isaac Irotection for South of today intro duced in the house a joint resolution authorizing secretary of war to the state of South Dakota rifles and ammunition to enable the authori ties to assist the government In pro tecting the citizens and their property against Removed by the TUESDAY DECEMBER 2 ground of neglect of duty and Inatten tion to public The Pension Appropriation The house com for deposit bank haslailedfliabilitles and The assignment cash its aggregate of An Bgcaiied Murderer i the condemned n from jail with The posse Is M Josephine Marion and Joseph Bean on Trial Gravely Great Intercut In the tee County Murd Cane at Keokuklhe Story of the Crime Death or General Arthur ISpeolalto court con Judge M the The case in which t Is centered is that of the Josephine Marion held by an examining an old was at a short distance from Lee Josephine uls and their little eirl went out about nine oclock in the morn 1UDCD This lunch the housVby the pieces being laid In disconnectedly a that on her way to the f ate of this Pa and that when Marion ate his the little girl also About an hour after wards Marlon was taken with convul tions and was discovered In this condi tion by Anton Koss who was working in a neighboring To him Marion said he had never had such a sickness be fore and that he had eaten a piece of pie which was very Marion was sent for and answered the sum On being told by Koss that he thought Marion had cramps or some thing of the she returned to the house about a mllo away for whisky which she elaimed Marlon always used for cramps from which he sometimes Bring the whisky she re lurned homeward for a wagon and Dlanket for the purpose of removing her The stomach and pieces of heart and liver were analyzed by Dr Walter Haincs who testified that he strychnine in marked as much as two and onehalf ounces onehalf ounce being sufficient to produce It is very bitter and produces There was some testimonv ntroduced at the examining trial before bquire at Novem er to show that an intimacy existed etween aged and Joseph the other but nothing of a ositlve criminal nature was Marion is about thirty years younger thann her they were natives of though the husband came to this country many years ago and was among the old settlers of Lee Marion has two the eldest being the irl who accompanied her mother to the ield with the lunch and is aged about Charleston is about twelve miles back from tho Mississippi river rom and there much In ercst there in the The people of hat neighborhood were considerably ex cited at one time and It was claimed that here was danger of mob At he examining while much feeling and Interest was shown and an almost unanimous opinion expressed that a had been committed and that the ight parties were in the clutches of the the citizens generally held that no would be resorted but the aw should take its The parties were held aud their trial at this term of he court will have the closest especially in Charleston A murder trial in Iowa always attracts at and so it does everywhere when a woman is one of the charged vlth the heinous crime of murdering her iwn The Independence Track Special to Tho y Martin has complied a table showing hat at the August and October meetings if the Independence Driving Park asso iation 47 heats were trotted in and the average time being At the meetings the pacers went 34 heats n and average time making a total of SI heats trotted and paced in and the grand aver ige beins in the 81 heats 33 horses obtained new records of and a showing never equaled on any ither track in the InTsome deperate will be StocK stoLK Ajthur NEW stock toohgfiIl1 L Pears soap Is the most pi Death of General Special to Tho General Arthur who was stricken with paral ysis Thanksgiving particulars of which were given in THE HAWKEVE Friday died at tho home of his Arthur in this city at five oclock this Ills four living children wete Harry of Blue United States and of New York arriving before his IHid to Special to The DKS executive council today directed the auditor to draw a warrant for in favor of This is the com mission due General Belknap as agent of the state of Iowa for securing the ance by the war department of a claim for expenses for raising volunteers under the act of July General Bel knap had just succeeded in having the first of claims allowed prior to his death and was working on the larger The payment was made direct to his widow because it Is understood that the generals accounts are badly mixed and she needs ready Den Slolnen Boodle Special to The DES trial of the eight boodllng aldermen was continued Tho principal witnesses were excity who of the Issuance of the bogus wan and exMayor who was unable to tell explaining that he and the council were not on very good terms last He was not taken into their con Arrested for Special to The DES night Constables Skinner and assisted by several other arrested fortytwo men in a room In the Forrester block on west Walnut street who were Justice Johnson was called In and held court fining each man Serious Cattle Special to THK DES call was re ceived by the governor today for a state veterinary from where a serious cattle disease Firemen Injured at large establishment of the Campbell Manufac turing company cotton yarns and Albert Crenshaw flannels and dress Mods was damaged by fire this after noon to the extent of One firemen was killed and three injured by falling Kuu on a The Wtoe Wltchlta Valley Knox and to ship afljttieir Irelght over its line and to makejf Sey mour their central trading f This gives this road and Seymour great tage over any other road and I town1 in the It is also doing a very ieavy stock shipment of tBeing driven here off the and roads and loaded at this place of better accomodatlons and a more Sllrect line to Chicago and MARY WALKEE Her gajr Then I o Hope of Mary Walker lies dying at her farm near Bun ker five miles west of this Her condition was not dan gerous until a few days when a change took and her physicians have norhope of her trouble is said to be heart Mary Walker of she was acting as nurse In the fieloV hos pital service of the United Statesjfarmy during the and found it possessed of so many advantages orSinary dress of women that she decided never to resume the This rule she adhered to for more than twentyfive though it entailed upon her a notorieSyj that must have been exceedingly and Torsome time she had been regarded as a mild sort of a crank and a few months ago became a hopeless Invalid in as she of the hardships she endured in the field hospi tal The Irish Party In Irish envoys intended to go to South to pay a visit to Notre Dame University but at the last moment they decided to remain in Chicago until they should hear the result of the conference of Irish members being held in London This action was taken In obedience to a request by cable from Justin suggesting that they remain In Chicago where they could more easily be Dillon received thre cable messages to day but declined to divulge the contents or to talk of the crisis further than to say shat if Parncll resigned or was de posed Justin McCarthy would bo placed temporarily at the head of the Fanner Versus Fann ers Mutual Bvueiit association luiil a meeting in this city ami up pointed a committee to canvass for stock to establish a store here to bo run accord ing to their The merchants would licit be subject to their nnd are working ngainst the They de clare they will fight the farmers uutil they will be glad to come to Three Trainmen Hay stack Saturday night a freight train on the Spokane branch of the Union Pacific was wrecked and the engineer and fireman and Brakeman Lecker were and another was fatally The names of the en gineer and fireman could not be Fuiiiul His Body in a body of president the board of public was found in a cornfield three miles from the city yesterday by a farmer who was crossing the Crocker disappeared from the city Iluyliijc Volley Is lud for thirtecu years an employe of the school left for parts unknown He left a note saying that he had been ruined by playing policy and hail hot the courage to face his wife and Iowderly Cites to Master Workman Powderlyleft for Florida Sat urday night to ntteud the Farmers Alli ance He hinted that a new party will not result from the Florida con but thereafter the AUiancu mem bers and knights will as well as for their Oppose Sunday Opening of the joint meeting of she ministers of the various denomina tions today adopted resolutions calling on the worlds fair directors not to the fair on Sunday and not to allow any work on buildings on that day also re questing the president of the United States to use his influence to these Decision In a Sugar Trust NEW Culler of the supreme court rendered a decision in ihe sugar trust continuing the in luncion staying the receivers during the presidency of the trustees appeal from the order creating the Tea and Spice Dealers Rand wholesale dealers In teas and have Winslow says the immediate cause of the failure was the stringency In the money He has no idea of the amount of liabil ties or Jngiro to be Electrocuted In NEW Japanese resenteuced to day to be executed by electricity at Sing Sing during the week beginning January Will Sue the Is stated that the Hock Island will begin suit against the Atchison for the recovery of ex pended in the purchase from scalpers of editorial which the Atchison has refused to Galloway to Manage the Union local paper says the rumor Is current here connecting the name of Gallaway with the general management of the Union Pacific once Five Negroea the cap sizing of a skiff In the Ohio river this five negroes wore They were crossing the river from this side with a load of broom All claims not consistent with the high character of Syrup of Figs are purposely avoided by the California Fig Syrup com It acts gently on the liver and cleansing the system but it is not a cureall and no pretensions that every bottle will not Californias Count SAN official counfof the vote of California at the recent election was concluded late Saturday night and shows that republican candidate for received a plurality of Klectrlc Power House EATT Street Railway Light and Power companys power house burned 000 The fire leaves the city in darkness and the street cars are being propelled by horses arid The Great Shoe great shoe lockout went into effect this Two thousand workmen were thrown out of A Publisher SAN president of vthe Alta Pub lishing died today of pneu Struck From tho Cedar BaplSa The town of has struck The indications in the neigh borhood of James Blainoare also very PABNELLSFATE A Stormy Meeting of the Members of the The Great Speech In Ula Own cches by H isFrlen and meeting of the Irish members of the commons to con sider what action the party should take in regard to the leadership was held at Parnell was the first to arrive and took the Telegrams from the del egates in the United States and Arch bishop Croke were An adjourn ment was taken for Prior to the meeting Parnell held a conference with his Joseph John William Edward Power Stilel and OKelly were SEheproceedings were of the stormiest Parnells supporters secured another urging that the jmeetihg to decide the question of leader thelrlsh party should be held In Sexton hotly protested against an ad The majority of the party he declared desired to keep the leadership unsullied and Sextons re marks were frequently interrupted by tremendous cheering from Parnells op who comprised a majority of those Redmond replied to Sex He made a passionate appeal to the members to pause before they deposed from his rightful position as leader of the Irish nation one who by his unparall eled services had earned the gratitude of the Irish Redmond continuing said the facts in the divorce case were fully known when 1arnell was reelected leaders of the Irish This asser tion was greeted with cries of No No Gladstones letter was withheld Red mond was unmoved by this Interruption and went on to say that notwithstanding their previous taken with full knowledge of ParnMls a section of the party at the bidding of the liber now wanted to sacrifice their leader and with him the national The meeting remained in session until 6 when it adjourned for an After Redmond had Parnell addressed the In sub stance Tho time has come when I must speak out against the opposition within our party which has been created by Gladstones The men whose ability has been most conspicuously ex ercised against and will have to bear the Healy has been trained in this war Who trained him Who tele graphed him in America to come back Who gave him his first chance to enter public life and got him a seat in rebuking and restraining him That Healy Is here today to destroy me is due to Healy reminds me of his He hasnt been slow to re mind me of them at any I under stand he attended the recent meeting in Dublin calling on me not to Who asked him to do so Who asked Mc Carty to travel to Dublin and say he would be able to give information which would throw a different complexion on hidden events Where was Sexton at this same meeting Where were you all Why did you encourage me to main tain the leadership in the face of the world if you were not eoing to stand by me Why did my officers encourage me to take my position on the brlejge If they going act as traitors and hand me over to another commander in chief I did not ask them for the certificate of character given at the Dublin Our posi tion is but the whole blame for the creation of this position does not rest with A has put up to stab as he stabbed that old Isaac in the days gone What is now to be said about the request for my temporary retire ment at a recent meeting told me I could resume the leanership and that the leaders were with Ten minutes afterwards he astonished me by saying he believed I would rejsct the Referring to the Hawarden and Gladstone told him none of them were said it was a question of draft ing a It was a question of weak judgment on the part of an English poli It was a question of dealing with a garrilous old gentleman who monopo lized the conversation and with as everybody who knows him It Is difficult to get In a word Before you vote for my deposition be sure you are getting value for On Saturday we all agreed we would not have this Gladstone Not a man here has said a word in favor of Are you sure yon will be able to get anything If Healy or McCarthy or Sex ton sees their way clear to jet anything for Gods sako let them say I wont stand in their On Saturday I made this proposition to Mc Carthy Let Harcourt and Morley give them letters declaring thatln the event of a return of the liberals to a home rule bill will be proposed by which the control of the constabulary will be vested In the Irish executive who will be responsible to an Irish parlia employed to settle the land ques McCarthy went to Gladstone with these with my assurance that these concessions I would retire from public Gladstone has replied that ho will hold no communication with me as leader of the McCarthy Is The same propositions wero placed before who replies that under no cir cumstances will he give any now or to any Irish Uarcourt will be your leader when Gladstone our will not be You will not deny that this great Har whose chain we are going to put on your has the reversion of lib eral This same man has de clared that his limits to home rule are in Chamberlains scheme of local govern If Harcourt ever comes Into power he will give you local government with plenty of I know what Harcourt will do and what Gladstone and Morley will If I am to leave you tonight I should like to leave you in It Is not an unfair thing for me to ask to see you within sight of the promised land or that I should come with having come so until you are absolutely sure of Ireland and I can go no An enthusiastic outburst of cheering followed ParneUs McCarthy He told how he went to Gladstone Saturday and that Gladstone told him ho regretted the dis organization of the Irish but could not regard him as representing the party and therefore could not treat with He would offer no nor would he sign any document or give any mes sage to be conveyed to He In formed McCarthy that ha could not give any document with any certainty that it might not be printed by some of those Harconrt told him in view of the manifesto he would not give any body assurances which were to be broneht to the notice of As to the general question of Parnells retir ing McCarthy said Parnells leading error had been his keeping private until now the Hawarden am perfectly willing to ad mlt the but I am glad that I have told now before the full mischief had been A motion for the retirement of Parnoll was made by John who aided the late Isaac Butt in founding home rule confederation of Great Britain in Joseph Nolan submitted an amend ment to the effect that the qnestlon of retirement should be postponed until the members personally ascertained the views of their party then to meet in Dublin and decide the Parnell ruled out of order any reference to his conduct in the OShea case and this brought him into frequent collision with different especially with whom Prnell exchanged hot He displayed ereat passion At midnight the meeting adjourned until noon Paruell A brief interview was had with Parnell this evening re garding tho Gladstone He said it completely absolved him from anyobli gation of secrecy respecting the liberal but he would divulge nothing unless he was satisfied publicity would conduce to strengthen the cause of genuliie home ParnelFn Speech Received at Irish delegates were gathered In Dillons room tonight when the news of Parnells speech in the London conclave of the Irish party was being received over the Associated Press The dispatch was sent sheet bv sheet to the hotel and read to the others by The reading was listened to with profound Atits conclu Harrington was asked by an Asso ciated Press reoresentative as to how he now regarded the outlook for retention of the He replied If the applause Parnell was as great as I infer from the I think more than ever that ha may even tually The delay in reaching the conclusion also signifi It will be did not sign yesterdays William OBrien was asked for his He paused an then said decisively We have said our Tho rest we will leave to our colleagues and the Iriah The JSnglUh Grain The Mark Line press says English wheat Is For eign wheats are weak on large arrivals of Russian and Oats are Fine American corn has good inquiry at Round corn brings At to days market a small business was done the prices were Great Damage by Snow and Severe frosts and snow are reported on the shores of the something unknown for twenty Very severe snow storms are reported in The Pyrenees are German rivers are full of dangerous drift Eight persons were drowned in Barmen and Posen is To Xeclde Between Gladstone and NEW A telegram was sent to President Fitzergerald of the Irish National League in America tonight by President of the Terne branch of thn National setting forth Dillon and his by their action of yesterday have ienored the National League and insulted all its They have completed their the telegram by throw ing overboard That Irish American opinion may not be misun It suggests that a convention of league of kindred Irish societies be called to decide if we shall have Glad stone the British politician or Parnell the Irish as the issno has now narrowed itself down to A SEVERE ATTACK OP The Childs Life Saved bjr Chamberlains Cousjh I wish to say to the public that Cham berlains Cough Remedy is the best I have ever used or sold for I am never without it at my home for my Last winter a child of one of my was choking with a sudden anrl severe attack of I gave him a bottle of this Cough ind he started for gave the child iwo doses of which stopped the cough ng and smothering Instantly and in a few minutes the little one was out of all Wetzel came back to the store as happy he could be and said That bottle of Cough Remedy saved the fo of my Furthermore I feel friendly towards you as the manufactur ers of such a valuable remedy and am proud of Its being manufactured in our own I can cheerfully and will hgly give many instances of its good works to anyone that may want a relia ble cough Koch Oylnej of From the Chicago Christian scientists and other alleged lunatics have been laughed at like the most oldfashioned of allopathic or homeopathic they have been unable to cure them But here Professor the most scientific and advanced of them comes along with his cure for which is to be ranked among the few universally acknowledged specific It Is now reported that the learned professor Is dying of And yet he will not throw physic to the across the From the Pleasant American are bad but n that respect they by no means equal hose across the convic ted of contiues to be the leader of his What a spectacle If Ire land hopes to win her she must re pudiate this conscienceless The llypocrUy of From the Mnrshalltown The democratic papers are not raving about With prices and tariff Their tho dear people van ished with the and prices are enerally lower than Was ever iivpocrlsy more clearly disclosed The Students are From the Why is it that nearly all the students in Iowa vote the republican ticket This Is a which no democrat can Why is it we ask Trace in From the Plcnsnnt What good measures has democracy ever proposed Go to and you will not find trace of a single Whether in the majority or it has always and only The Turkey a From the Davenport The turkey is a perennial He graces a Christmas board as well as a Thanksgiving Blood will Tell There IB no quest ion about tell if it be an Impure pimples and nre all symptoms of an Impure elue to the imnroper ac tion of the whentbia Importanr organ fala to properly perform Its function of purl lyine and cleansing the impurities nre carried to all porta of the and the symptoms above referred to are merely evi dences of the struggle of Daturu to throw off the poisonous Unices the warning be heeded in serious results are certain to culminating In liver or kldnev disor or even In Pierces Golden Medical Discovery will prevent and cure these by restoring thellvertoa beaithy Shot by the News has reached here that Deputy United States Marshall Pitts was shot and killed by the Indians near Lake West In the Choctaw nation last The whites are greatly excited and have the Indians sur 1C you suffer from catarrh why dont you take rfoodn the common sense remeJy It has cured many The Greek nation is said to be dan ger of destruction through BeeohamM pfUtjkct cm a Waak OFK Thousands Unruly Indians Bent on Serious Keporbi of Threatened JIostllltlM MlUn Mission to rest Sitting Bull Terences at it aasaull hlmaroundjhefoo a was Snanyrtaocfte old tried and ansferred i tof Jacksonville the jury hiving1 d a fit fBKHIPUIi y Accident on Went HHt Witht re ceived at the war department today from the locality of threatened Indian hostilities are much less favorable than for several days They Indicate threatened toprove tffatafn between one and two thousand Inaccident occurred dians who refused to come Into Rosebud est ofv the Agency In response to the agents teebricfc wheretheijgls have started westward toward what Is j ravine The milk wagon of known the bad In their stamPer hyhls assist pede they have committed depredation UJ on cabins ani stock of the friend ly Indians who went into the General Brooke wires that this infor Is not from his own He expects fuller information These alarming reports have again subject to consultation between Secresary Proc tor and Generals Schotteld The latter askedGeneral ScfcofleTrf that additional troops be placed at his command It is nnderstood his request was for a mounted The de partment will soon have a large number of troops at its disposal In the region Indians are The sixth cavalry Is now on Its way to and d young was in that i the flapping j oo line frightened the hot olted for a Ja ed control of In a inlng the alongside 6C andthoughttheworatw but It was Somathln pner of tocaolthe dim le wagon Alurtuing Keports from Pine ST Pioneer Press correspondent at Pine Ridge agency tel egraphs that John chief herder of the government herds In whose charge were three thousand cattle for use in giving rations to has been compelled to keep constant guard and finally he and al his herders had to leave to save their Of the herd of the Indians seized killing some for immediate use and driving the re mainder into the Bad Lands for future There there be no cattle for rations for the Indians next As many more cattle belonging to Rosebud agency have also been captured by the Chief Fast Thunder reached the agency to night and reports more Indians are headed toward the bad Alarming reports were received at the agency late tonight about the depredations of hos Signal fires north of White River announce the approach of the Chey Four scouts have been out since Friday morning and It U feared they may hive been Why Buffalo Bill Turned Bill arrived tonight on his way He was on his way to Sitting Bulls camp when a courier overtook him with dis patches countermanding his previous It appears the interior depart acting under the advice of agent McLanghlin would not permit the arrest of Sitting General Miles and Buf falo Bill were of the opinion his arrest would end the McLanghlln believes the present cold wave will stop the The military Is strong enough at ail points it is now believed to protect the settlers and the trouble is be lieved to be Two sqnaw living on Bad were lynched by a vigilance committee several days Cattle stealing has been go ing on and investigation pointed to the squawmenas the vigilance committee has been carrying matters with a high hand for some and there is considerable Troops Going to the dispatch was ceived at the Santa Fe office this morn ng stating that SOO troops had left Forts Bayard and Wingate for North More Cavalry for the sixth cavalry left Fort Wingate for the north west The Navajos are reported killing cattle and horse both it equines set sail over the The severatj lom had collected at the it sure that driver and oomed and started to affordj assistance asthey reached the bottom the ty with an ominous whtc the vehicle to pieces and orses up In the in helple Search was promptly made for irlver strange to out of tho wreck and atj 3 et to work to extricate hii unhappy Js from their ame out of the dlsasteria considering their frightful one of them receiving er wound in the leg whlchi soon heal np the Jamisons bravery rlt In holding on to the team of jumping for life was the subject jch as the breakingol ongne left him no means of ng the animals he up his mind to stay with jn to the finish and take his fact that the heavy milk d over him into the front n during the mad race thej e probably saved his as the broken parts of the reaching him at the final mother Beyond ing np he Is all right and Perry hes willing to pay for the rs with good grace under It was a close call for BETWEEN YOU ASTD making effort to get DOWN IN Vliat H ItnrllDctonian Saw in the Great Southwestern Correspondence of The Are you ntorested sufficiently In deep water at the Gulf to bear with a description of this city and a few words about the great steamers and sailing velsels which ply setween this port and all important frontier cities upon the coasts ot South and Central Mexico and our own The wharves would remind you very little of those which gradually decline to the waters edge along the Mississippi Here you find better described In illustra tions than words can These docks extend out into the water and the mon ster come np against the wharves as closely as the ordinary Burlington beau walks to his At the docks today there are over two miles of every inch of which is occupied by sailing menof oyster yachts and smaller The flags of many nations float to the breeze with thn Eng lish in the It is at this point that the cotton is shipped to England and the northern ports of our own A trip by water from Galveston to New York occupies only or seven and firstclass freight dry goods Is only eighty cents per hundred Rates have been down to fifteen and the wholesalers get their goods through now it an average of fifty In the handling of the cotton you would be re minded of your boyhood You re member during those old golden days the loud voices of the mates on the Missis sippi river here packets they were white you find a negro and those I have listened to are git long heav mind your biz and simitar expressions are thrown out pell mell and the niggers At their work they often hum some plan tation and Its weird and novel beauty roots the listener to the for It is natures music from r the throat of one in whose soul sweet music reigns su Here yon see thegenulne south ern and in his confilding simplicity ho is worth more than of his brothers who are made unnatural in the states further x j am growing led bly by the long row of blooming olean ders across the way and a bear ing banana tree jnst at one side ot the Coming as I have from within the shade of the towerlnk but bleak inte if this land of I will have to Then whea The outside view on the head and of the nervous and inow little biy in this city who ago as a month begged of a new They were he should desire It there nt sign of snow anywhere and i a prospect of any for a considerable th of time but the little fellow d that it might snow he didnt want to d new sled was purchased and now ittle fellow eagerly looks forwaroTtoJ coming snowS Every morning hei pa np out of bed and runs the to see if the snow has come white and he is always disappointed does not become Impitlent He says It may come I have taken quite an interest fa ittle friend and his sled and elf glancing Inquiringly at the hort half anxious d to see 1 here is something about the little fel 3 eagerness that carries me back a good many years when a little headed urchin used totumble out ed early Jrosty mornings and run to window to see If the snow had extacy of delight that would1 11 his little soul when he saw te mantle stretching away and yesterdays brown and dreary fairy How eagerly he self and put on his cap and His sled wasnt quite as that of our little it waa tnely affair made by an older brother la strapping It wasnt but it could Its runners re like gUss for smoothness and the vhead was right in the front hill thejolly e he did There was one longr 1 back of town with two delfcloaslff unces In It that took yourbreatE1jj ay when you went over le fellow used to go out there very a on winter days and sometimes hlsbfg ithar would let him go at a moon was big and This was vays jolly picnic because the bii haul the little fellow 611 d badronvhis And Is would The little fellow proud of two things alway no was his big brother had indsomest and inthecrowj d the second was that she rred the little fellows homely sledj use It went like Heused el profound pity for the girls thj ley seemed to take the Sun The trlfflc whoops and set at would arise when they tha was an unfailing sourcejjot sgust to his HerCQnld e anysense la i der and Dlding his girt on lies hour heunderstood those 1 Thosa were days onder and I hopemy llttlafrfend ma similar delights rand new r Even as I write guu to presentsa charming picture and the horizon sinks into the depths of the Since my arrival I have both sailed and steamed into the depths of the ocean I I have eaten oysters from a fishermanfsl boat forty minutes after they were from their ocean Ihave attended two oyster roasts and enjoyed the luxnryil of eating the delicious bivalves Immedl 1 ately after they had beerE out wHlT oufor his cozy nfchliiof l ut of joy and pattingi W aov Httlejl steamed to r have upon the Galveston tarn toldVIsv unequalled anywhere In the and It certainly could not be surpassedjl have the Ing banquet given ofatorsln j beautiful sonthencgirls Cfrom aSsoune   

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