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   Burlington Hawk-Eye (Newspaper) - December 5, 1890, Burlington, Iowa                                Ha Question Again Stirs tip the to Issue to Indian States Klee Bouae Session the senate I reportedyes sue arms to the states of iuth Dakota and Nebraska said that if anything was all it should iu JSrateliscussion of the Inl nould be Sees said he did not want to It due not only to himself era as well as to the submit some matter which n o Vith exGovernor of he said the Sioux Indians Give them plenty 10 ei would be no further ld eiGovernor Foster was a nce and the state he Voorheos had jlied that Governor Fos acquainted with the Jr0Ithings among the Sioux as IS lived among them and had TfaU IT aJAnrt He added that the pub reorganization of the judlciarv earnestly hoped the legislation now fir advanced will not be permitted to fall The attorney general devotes consider able space to a denunciation of case and feemaking abuses and says they call for most careful consideration and vigorous treatment at the hands of congress In regard to the the the attorney general says the Inforcernent of the internal revemin laws and the United States laws Is particularly Several assassl nations of officers and with the purpose of Impeding the execution of the laws and orders of the United States have occurred during the past year Within the last ten a deputy mar attempting to serve a warrant for the arrest of a man for violation of the postal was shot and Instantly tailed by the man ho sought to arrest and on a preliminary examination before a magis trate of the the prisoner was promptly It Is certainly an anomaly in the government that those who have committed murders for the purpose of stopping prosecutiou In the federal ccurtb should not only not bo but not even be put upon trial In the state So long as persons who kill witnesses or 1uros for the purpose of pending justice can only be tried and punished il federal as for minor offenses tbj administration of the United States law and the laws In many dis will have a little TJie supreme court recently decided tfiat there is a peace of the United is it not the duty of congress to provide by law for the preservation of this peace everywhere and at all lid been perverted by the news out In the Indian Imttimes thought there were more Ekier men there than One he newspapers every morn think a conflagration was LIB weep along the Indian to certain inquiries by said Sitting Bull is the most tpocrlte in this that BUI i good h town said he assumed if there rreat danger of an outbreak would have been Ktram tie executive It Allison spoke in the same little stock in the suggestion was caused by starva prosecutions for violations of In the election butllore as attorneys silver Coinage Stew a bm for and unlimited use ol silver as It amends tlie first section ol the present by repealing the clause limiting th bulllon requires the se e secretary of the treasury to purchase all the silver bullion offered at a price not exceeding one dollar lor three hundred ventyone and twentyfive hun drodths grains of pure It also amends the third section by requiring the secretary to coin at least two million ounces per month after the first of July and as much more as is necessary to redeem treasury noteb Issued in the purchase of NO COMPROMISOOMHEM A Parnells Opponents Determined to Force His V The Heading ot the Catholic Manifesto Cheered by the The XatlonaUits In General Foreign laws in several convictions and pleas of guilty boon obtained in a large number of As an illustra met in such district attorney of the difficulties the for one district reports in a certain county a number of whose citizens were convicted of viola tions the of election that the county court ordered all fines and costs assessed against them iu the United States court to be paid out of the county and in another a number of whose citizens in like manner were cou or pled guilty to such offenses in tlie United States was ac tually paid out of the county treasury IHaudg Greenback the house Bland introduced a bill requiriug the secretary of the treasury to prepare a new series of treasury commonly called issue them in sums equal to the amount of national bank notes from timo to time surrendered for Bland also introduced a bill authoriz ing the issue of a series of legal tender notes to meet any deficiencies in the revenues of the The pre amble to the bill recites that a deficiency in the revenues is now threatened and the country is not In a condition to bear any further VVooriiees interpreted Allisons re contradiction of exGovernor 6 and said the latter the peer of any man In He would accept Fosters not In preference to that of A11I Eftoras necessarily Ignorant on the irTlwes remarked that Foster got jInformation regarding the Sioux a since which time he tiotten near ftVoorbees read some further ex jiirom the Foster and EjielerringtoDawes criticism of the i said that to every news Bmin who has thrown a single ray too this miserable he The news jsmiy get things wrong Einthe great volume of what they Uranriaute to the light and knowl fcol the world and to the cause of jr tether debate the joint resolu amended so as to apply to the jfoIXorth and South Wyo BudXebraska and then Introduced a joint resolu over until Ing for an investigation erordasof the senate of the causes bstrouUe among the ktektlons bill was then taken up addressed the senate in op i 1o it The he was to be put in operation in n It was founded on and that was that election officers might be guarded and overruled they were The komception of the bill was a trans itind audacious having no Kind or purpose than the capture of c districts and their transfer BfRpnllican party in congress to be Tib perpetuating its supremacy in tolthe will of the tGray ohtalned the floor as he But desire to speak this TJnovedto lay the elections bill aside flicmorrow and take up the dis gave notice that after today endeavor to press the election Jltkout laving It laid aside for any s purpose whatever until a final vote objected to the labor bill ijuien up and after a number of ffl the calendar were passed the upon such fines and costs in one These facts speak for a caucus this morning of the opponents of who comprise tha majority of members of the nationalist party in the a resolution was adopted not to accept any compromise which he offered at to days but to force matters to a decisive issue forthwith A rumor was circulated this after noon to the effect that Clancys amend ment had been An inquiry proved there was no truth in the On the contrary the latest phase of the situation bids fair for an The committee having been appointed to wait upon Gladstone and endeavor to obtain from him the assurance desired by The committee consists of Justin Joshn and Parnell will take no part In the negotiations with Before the appointment of the Par nell asked for a meeting for an informal show of hands on the Clancys amend This disclosed the fact that only Barry had a chance to hold out against the liesldes the committee will also see Harcourt and Morloy and endeavor to conclude the negotiations city J Judge1 Eltz who Is now today cabled to Parnellri Yon have done wonders forthe Irish while until was her the Irish race re jects his dictation and demands your re tention as f Gladstone Willing to The committee ap pointed by the nationalist sent a letter to Gladstone asking him to open negotia tions for a future home rule Glad stone expressed a willingness to Inter change views with the but reserved therlght to choose the members with whom to USE of the Pension Appropria tion Bill In the house wwtiiliig unfinished business was the TO punishment of every curator or other judiciary embezzlement of the pension The previous question was to and the bill u into committee the pension appropria GENERAL WASHINGTON Senator Cullum as a Republican Darfe Cullom is much talked about in these days as a republican dark lie is pointed out to nearly all the visitors in the sen ate as the western member who looks so much like Abraham This re semblance will not be to Cullotns disadvantage in the although he is not quite so tall as was Lincoln and is even sparer in But Cullom is supposed to resemble Lincoln in a great many other He is remark able for his commonsense views of every day politics and for his skill as a poli While not an eloquent man he is yet a ready speaker and explains any business proposition with great clear His legislative record is chiefly remarkable for his achievements In the direction of legislation governing inter state He Is one of the re publicans who do not agree with Senator Edmunds In his view of the results of the Cullom thnks that the McKinley bill had a good deal to do with the result in the western At the same time he says that much of this ef fect was produced through misrepresent He a more moderate tariff man than and differs with him In several essential points con cerning the legislation passed last ses Democratic Senators is quite evi dent that the democratic senators are greatly at a loss to know what to do about the elections They fumed over it in their caucus and are no better off The Farmers Alliance resolutions against the bill have stiffened them up but they see no way to defeat except by giving the entire session to talking It to death and that means an extra which they dont as they know their enormous majority in the bouse Is sure to do absurd The republi cans are delighted at the course matters are taking at as they say another day will so clearly show the democratic management of the Farmers Alliance as to make it absolutely powerless as an in dependent political Harrison Scolds the roll call of the house on the opening day of the session stewed that 114 republicans were or fiftytwo less than a quorum of the should one have been re To a congressman who called upon him on Monday president said To Pay Old Indian secretary of the treasury today sent to house a communication from the acting com missioner of Indian affairs submitting a draft of a bill containing the following items To pay such individual Indians at Standing Eock and Cheyenne Elver agencies who were deprived by the United States of ponies in 16TG at the rate of 840 for each for compensating the Indians of the Crow Creek reservation for losses sustained in receiving less land per capita in their diminished reservation than by the In dians occupying other diminished reser to purchase lands for such Santee Sioux Indians In Nebraska as are unable to take lands in severally by reason of the restoration of unallotted lands to the public The New Coinage interest is manifested by members of the house In the appointment of a chairman of the commission on weights and measures to succeed of who resinned to become minister to Bra Wickham Is the senior member of the but his views on the silver question do not coincide with those of Speaker It is thought that Speaker Eeed will select the chairman from outside of the THE NATIONALISTS IK Furncll Offers to Retire Under Certain The nationalist members of the commons met at noon today to further consider Parnells One member read the mani festo Issued yesterday by the Catholic heirachy In The reading of the manifesto was greeted with cheering by Parnells Clancy offered his amendment which provided In view of the difference be tween the Gladstone and Parnell party that the whips be instructed to obtaiu from Morley and before any further consideration of the main Information on the de parture from the bill of I860 made by Gladstone In his suggestions affecting the control of the Irish constabulary and the settlement of the land A prolonged debate took place on the Parnell intimated that If the party took the responsibility off his shoulders and would Insist upon the liberal leaders promising to carry an acceptable home rule bill through the In the face of all opposition he would retire from the He asked the meet Ing to accept Clancys where Second DaysSession of the lowa Breeders The Largest and Most Interesting Sleet Ins Yet HeMSouie Excellent Papers Reail and Swine Boyal t NEW a number of public men in this qity during the pas allowed themselves to ex press the opinion that were Parnell to make the only reparation left In his power by marrying the divorced wife of hist former John Morley and his colleagues of the Irish parliamentary might be induced to overlook the position in which he is placed and continue to recognize him as theleader of the Irish Those who take this are alto gether ignorant of the proccedure in En glish divorce A prominent Eng lish lawyer now visiting this city said to day that eveu were Parnell inclined to adopt the there Is an in sarthountable barrier in the In the first six months must eUpse under English law before the decree granted to Captain OShea can be made abso while In the meantime neither the captain nor his exwife can marry Not only but the motion to make the decree absolute must hi initiated by Captain OShea him If the latter has any de sire or inclination to Involve himself In another matrimonial entanglement and equally determined that his exwife shall not be given the opportunity to marry her he can accomplish this end by allowing the decree to remain In its present what is known as a decree This would have the effect of preventing his exwife from ever marrying and were she to become Parnell in any other part of the globe she would be liable to prosecution for unlawful cohabitation should she re turn within jurisdiction of the English It will therefore bo seen that Captain OShea holds the trump card and that so far as their domestic affairs are both Parnell and OShea are absolutely at his To Htlp Starving the commonsto Balfour made motion that parliament vote to provide seed potatoes for the distressed land cultivators of The seed potatoes will not be given the people but as a loan and anyone paying ready money would obtain twenty per cent This was only a small partof the measures to he taken by the government to meet the impending dis tress In He spoke of the rail Senator Ouays Increased Pension Quay has introduced a bill granting to all per sons whose names are now on the pen sjon list or may be hereafter placed who have lost both eyes or feet or are otherwise totally a pension of S100 per The bill also provides for other Morrow explained that the bill forthe payment of to be disbursed among This was the largest beneficiaries ever provided ltein n the statues of It was estimated the or the Doited States of these ior tie year 1802 would average He believed there would next iw i0 Sot the floor S Wed a11 Ol tbe charges made of Pensions Raum Ils of the investigation and asserted they all The pension bureau man above During er had and had invaded his The commissioners Yas tbat e defeat The commissioner ana Prostitnte his sancndsIIc Cooper ton lor the pension Protested that the institu a spawning place or a sta for tue sale of Presided and maledorous by paper nd above gn the o0111 lis afternoon the pl he was waiting to ex amine the roll call with considerable in as he was anxious to learn who are the republican I shall not said the president to this congress appoint any republican repre sentative to a federal office during the and I am frank enough to add those who expect appointment at the close of the session must prove their faithfulness to the party and tne admin istration by remaining in their seats un til congress Intercontinental Hallway interconti nental of representatives from the United States and other American was called to order at noon today by becre tary This commission commended by the international Ameri can conference for the purpose of sm veylng a line to connect the sysj America with ol Seed Wheat for North of North today introduced a joint resolution appropria ting to be expended by the direction of the secretary of agriculture in the purchase and distribution of seed wheat for the benefit of the residents of North who lost their crops ly reason of the drought of The Apportionment 4 Dun of the census today said the committee would begin the con sideration of the apportionment bill next week and did not doubt it would be be fora the house before the Christmas holi Beef for the secretary of the treasury sent to the house today a request for immediate appropriation of for the purchase of beef and other provisions for the Sioux Iowa president has appointed the following postmasters for Iowa John Knoxville Logan Nathaniel Baxter Jeddiah assistant surgeon general of the who was stricken with paralysis last died this GOVEHNOS TILLMAN He Makes a Speech and Says All Men Are Not Created Dec C elected on the reform ticket composed of the Farmers Alliance and other democrats who wanted a change of government was inaugurated this after noon In the presence of a large crowd from all parts of the The inaug ural address referred to the national vic tory of the democratic and In re gard to the election In his own state the governor said It is gratifying to note the fact that In this political which was a surprise to all of our colored fellow citizens absolutely refused to be led to the polls their When It clearly is shown that the major longer he the alliance between the nationalists and liberals would be re Healy refused to submit to Parnells He declared they were even beyond the lines of the compromise suggested at yesterdays Sexton declared the majority members were firmly determined to adhere to the main question and would simply vote that Parnell must At the opening of the meeting today Sexton denied that he had ever proposed that Parnell should retire from public life and said he only meant he should re tire from the chairmanship of the Parnell then proceeded to deal at length with the Clancy He de cided he could not bind himself to retire until he could see Gladstones His position had been granted him not merely as leader of the but as leader of the After speaking of his services iu as similating and soothing the prejudices of the discordant elements of the Irish throughout the Parnell You know and I know there Is no man if I am who could succeed in reconciling the feelings of the Irish people to the Hawarden As you wish to withdraw from me this I think it only reasonable that you should give judgment on these matters for the benefit of your Therefore I submit this the party accept no home rule bill unless it gives immediate control of the police and power to deal with the Glad stone is capable of working to secure a majority at an election which will render him independent of both the Irish and conservative If you throw me to him get my value by securing a pledge of a satisfactory home rule Healy expressed amazement at Par nells speech and protested against add ing any new conditions to the Clancy he wanted withdraw the question of leadership and substitute the discussion of home They could got neither straight conduct nor straight answers from Parnell replied he had given his He regretted it was not con sidered But by it he would stand or you will What is the use of further discussion A tremendous uproar Leainy ways and other public works to be un The appropriation asked for was Six Lives Lost in a A fire in the work house at New Castle on the Tyne last night in the womens crowded with women and caused a dreadful Six lives were London merchants Enssell merchants of London and have Their liabilities amount to Reduced the Kate of The directors of the Bank of England today reduced the rate of discount from six to five per The Bndget Committees Keport The chamber of depu ties has adopted the report of the budget agreeing to the conversion of thirty years bonds and the liquidation bonds into three per cent redeemable rentes which will be exchanged at pub lic savings banks for three per cent per petual The new Joan will amount to eight hundred and eightythree mill ion Sadden Gold In Eastern Advices from Eastern state that the mercury suddenly fell from three degrees of warmth to thirty de grees of Four caravans of sheep and camels and thirty Kiergese who were riding acioss the were frozen to Special to The HawkSyeJ second days session of the Iowa Improved Stock Boeders wab more largely attended than the The old mem bers say It Is one of the largest and most interesting meetings yet held In the his tory of the This morning the first paper read was a very practical one by Ward of on Feeding Corn for It was dis cussed by several The com mittee on James Henry Wallace and then made their the substance of which was as follows First endorsing the administration of the agricultural de partment by Secretary Rusk and specially naming the many beneficial aids carried out by him in the interest of the agricul ture of the land denounces the inter state commerce commission on the hog products as wrong and detrimental to the interests of the great Interior urges the passage of the Conger lard bill asks for encouraging aid of farmers in stitutes of the legislature asks for a re vision of the course of study at the agri cultural college so that It be made to more fully answer Its name and wanting a school course In agriculture in winter and also the establishment of a dairy schoolurges the maintalnauce of the station for the benefit nf the a well as the and warmly thank Ing the Oskalbosa people for favors ex and also to the railways for re duction of The report was adopted without dis Grlnnell was then called to the floor and1 was received in a happy Though feeble from his late his voice was in excellent tone anu he spoke for several paying tributes to Father Clarkson and great and good He also made an impressive farewell to the men with whom he had been laboring for many The Chester White Americas first Senator of Van was the second paper of the It called forth a lively discussion from Grinnell and nearly all be ing for Senator Vales The next paper was by presi dent of the National PolandChina Breeders and well The Mortgage and the medium was found in the raising of the quick easily kept which McClung set forth in fact and figure that was most satisfactory to the men who have hog in It was favorably discussed and the Poland found lots of In the afternoon of was the first on the program and his paper on Grasses and Fodder Plants for was remarkably Instructive and filled with practical and scientific Then came the paper of Gabrielson on The Downs an essay on that sheep that was marked by sound judgment and After these were freely discussed the able sec retary of the State Horticultural George Van read a paper on How can the Common Farmer Improve his Herd It was In the line of all of the others clear and full of The farm and the factory wasthe surprise of the the and President Dan Shaahan gave It believed that the two went hand In hand and in every way it was He promises legislature but Fa the meantime people are actually suffering for Kels2 ter and McConnell bear documents proyf Ing the truth of their la Fron tier county there are and a large portion of them are becoming des The extended droughts all Wheat only yielded lone atr most two bushels to the There are no All the salable stock has been disposed of that remaining Is being The animals are too small and poor to furnish Being a new country the people are mostly They cannot meet their notes or pay Local bankers are qulter generous In extending the time of notes and but the people are ia Im mediate need of food and The Nebraska committee that theaesti tution is greater than that caused by the Johnstown Hood or the Chicago l Practically the same from Canadian IOWA WOMAN Tin Nineteenth Special to The DBS nine teenth annual meeting of the Iowa Wo mans Suffrage society was largely at Preliminary matters were dis posed and committees on and Susan by unanimous vote was made a member the Among her statements were that she was and always had opposed to third parties that this was what killed woman suffrage in South The corresponding gave an interesting description of her tour through Nebraska and Kan This evening Miss Anthony ad dressed a large audience on the claims and hopes of A GAY IFlvcr fidoxt QUe ffoar Special toTnoHawfeErea terriWeCa dentr loss of occurred al blast furnace department tha IlHnoIsS and Steel companys works blast was blown out f or rellnlnj and made since the recent also attended of fell to ground about twenty men were engaged at work on ElevenA men at work In the side at the bottom and about six on top the accident The masonry and llninga piled upon each other la confused the dead and dyfngi workmen The relatives of the unions unatemea quickly tha scene ot dtsastetand urged the rescuers to renewed half tha had out bodla Five of the unfortunates were dead and the other three apparently fatally j The killed were JfeU State Fatally injured Pat Peter Erickson and August KILLED Hf A one of those logical papers that a hard the should It ititiiniii ibund an Kenpa hv York was sur should malje MS before the case was the committee urther investigation ear terns of Amerk South of United was chosen as and after the transaction of inary business an adjournment was taken until Thursday Was a Plot to Kill that an attempt was wade to him during his recent All I hear further Sawyer further against Raum BEPOET awewity of united States Gen herei StiLtes lor the build several ity of our colored voters are no Imbued with the republican idea the Vexed negro problem will solved and the fear of a return of domination will haunt us no Can I not appeal to the magnanimity of the doininant race Can 1 not pledge iu your behalf Sat we white menin South Carolina stand ready and willing to listen kindly to all reasonable grant all lust rights and safe privileges to Ihe colored and guarantee them fair treatment at our hands We vhites have absolute control of tte government and we Intend tore fain It An intelligent exercise the right of at once the hignest nrlvileze and most sacred duty of aclti SittWSswsa of a leave the number leave the number n 330 said house at the present figure Kepresentative York and and shows a ga oulation to warrant sufficient population wm pursuit of The been of the is onehun efforts have been legislation By co It lttept8 to cross as Chlnese gortsof TJnitedStatos n fees in Pension cases and a plan by which claimants lor not represented by as titos8 placed upon the same who In sneaking today od Secretary himself with some warmth ing sion he is sand between fourteen certificates a the attorneys are that the last two years United of Kansas jtthtaL ofthese There Is no D0rn in Con and spring sr mataed there just fiv SSnhe shouted Away with John OCon ner yelled Crucify him and scone of wild disorder When quiet was finally restored Healy said nothing could change his determination to depose The latter was no greater than a majority of the party yet he talked of defying Healy believed there would be enough statesmanship left in the be nighted majority who opposed Parnell to take a course as statesmanlike as that of Then Healy read a portion of Parnells speech delivered at the birth day banquet six months after the Hawar den declaring the Independ ence of the Irish party and eulogizing the alliance with An angry duel of words Healy repeating Parnells recent remarks about Glad stone and finishing by asking who broke the alliance Parnell and fcolan both exclaimed The Gladstone It perished from the stench of the divorce Healy Parnell replied that if the Gladstone letter had not beta the alliance would have been Healy defended He said Parnell had bespattered that gentleman s erey hairs with and now wanted the Islsh hat In to go and ask Gladstone for If Parnell suc cumbed he was only one man heads of greater leaders had stricken off at the block before now for but the Irish cause still re said he had listened to Healy with Would Parnell he If the majority voted for the ac ceptance of Gladstones Barry asked for further explanation and Parnell vehemently replied I have stated with distinctness that I will not give a further The committee decided to entrust Sexton and Leamy with the conduct of the negotiations with Itis reported that at the meeting of his adherents last Parnell promised to abide by the decision of the majority of Irish members on the value of Glad stones The supporters of Parnell are confident that Gladstones assurances will prove Clinging to execu tive council of the Irish National League of comprising President Fitz of Lincoln Judge of of ALL QUET ON THS The Indian Situation Troops Coins army headquar ters tonight General Miles reported that all advices today Indicate that every thing is quiet scene of the threat ened Indian a Gratifying General SCO field received a telegram from General Brooke this afternoon saying that forty lodges of Indians had left the Roaebed agency since the removal of the camp across the White river to the edge of the Bad Lands and that there are strong symptoms of as about half the Indians seem willing to come back to the General Brooke also says from all he can gather as to thalr Intentions the majority of the Indians want to come The war depart ment officials are much gratified by this General Miles Gives His General Miles said this morning he would go to the northwest in a day or two to direct the military ar rangements made In the Indian The general said he had over whelming evidence that Indians had been suffering for want of food for two years past and one of the principal causes of dissatisfaction Is this He said one of the objects of his visit to Washington was to urge the necessity of Immediate The secretary of the Interior has ordered an increase of rations and has asked congress to appropriate the necessary An order was sent out from the inte rior department to agents on duty among the Sioux Instructing them that during the present Indian outbreak they will cooperate with and obey the of military officers commanding troopson the Decisions In Two Cases at la In the case of Holtz the Dubnque and Sioux City In which damages was asked for by the plaintiff for the loss of an eye while at work in a stone quarry at the judge instructed the Jury to return a verdict for the which was The case In the United States court against the Kansas enterprising farmer could in volve after looking every Interest over with a critical and good judging Brown of this then read a paper of much Interest on Prac tical Hints on Stock Questions of a general nature were then asked and after which the meeting ad journed to meet at the banquet board this The report of the committee on loca tion and nominations was acted uponand Waterloo was chosen as the place for holding the next and the follow ing officers were elected Vail of Van Buren Franklin of Atlantic vicepresidents were delegated the president and Major McMuller and secretary to select and The banquet this evening at Savory hall was a royal The supper was served by the LadiesAid society of the city and was made up of all the good things of the The Knights of Pythias of this furnished music for the oc casion and rendered an excellent pro of this was toastmaster and responses were made as follows Our Judge of Our Senator ot Van Marys tittle OE Al National OE Old The Dairy Commissioner The THE SWIXE 5IEJT met before the general meeting and adopted resolutions favoring radical leg islation that shonld bring about close quarantine and the adopting of all known methods under power of the law to bring about the stamping out of hog There are millions and action must be The action of the committee of eighteen in presenting the stock Interests to the worlds fair com mission was heartily A reso lution was adopted thanking Secretary Rusk for sending1 a to the thus practical evidence of the fact that the de partment takes an liv ing interest In the work that makes the country so rich and work of the farm In all There was a general discussion on ways and means to reach the desired and the meet ine closed firmly determined to see that something practical shall be done in the near The many members seper glad to have met and making certain the fact that the meeting been most A resolution of condoling regret and sympathy was pre sented by the committee on the death of Coker and was adopted by a rising Henry Wallace read a paper by Pro fessor Budd on The Sugar Beef in which many matters oUnterest were He thought that small factories that would make the beet Into a low He Kuticos a Girl From lu Dnbnque Special to The couple registered at the Lonmer Hotel last night as Allen and of New They were assigned to a room and were waiting In the Chief of Police Rice placed them under The arrest was made on the strength of a telegram from Eock The man Is a traveling sales man for a jewelry His name which he gives is not The womans Is Miss Allice She is but seven teen years pretty and It Is stated that the man Is charged with her Officer will arrive on the late train The man will refuse to go hack with them and effort will be made to get him released on a writ of habeas He denies his guilt and says they were only pleasure Dropped Mary 63 years a fleshy woman of this while sitting behind the stove last apparently in per fect suddenly exclaimed I feel as if I were about to die all at Her daughter and another lady rushed to her side and a minute later she expired In their Her face and neck came almost and ter ribly Apoplexy was at once pronounced the cause of her A Special to THE north ern part the state has been all torn up over the daring depredations ot a gang of Sheriff Hlxson has been working on the cases and has finally found the George McCralry had him arrested in and expects him here There is no doubt of hia Secretary NobleCaunot Special to The Noble was expected to be in Keokufc on the opening day of the January term of the United States circuit court and deliver an eulogy on the late Justice But a telegram has been saying he will not be able to Two f Instant roatl Wreck at this morning a horrible accident oc curred on the Wabash and Chicago Alton railroad crossing in this which two persons were killed andthree severly The Kansas City limited express on the Chicago Jfc Alton tracks was standing at the which V Is right at the of two when the whistle a coal train on the Wabash was The Chicago Alton engineer at once started hla train but the the other train came a rapid catching the last a which was cut completely In There were eight persons In the two of Fred a wagon v manufacturer of and Judge of Kansas were In stantly The Tatters head was torn from his William of Kansas was badly burned and but will probably Two others were slightly Slippery rails are the alleged caused of the acci The fault seems to be with the Wabash though the crew Insist they tried their best to TOBTDKED BY Appled to Bare Peet Illinois outrage perpetrated upon Berry a farmer of Xew Athens has been re ported to the authorities Two masked robbers entered his house and endeavored to extort money from him by They teat htm terribly and burned his baro feet a candle after they had bound and gagged him and tied him to a They tortured him into but failed to se cure any of his KILLED BT CHBISTHN City road for alleged violation of the Interstate commerce law regarding the sale of tickets was dismissed by the United States there not ap pearing sufficient ground indict The Milwaukee Bays a FORT The Chi Milwaukee and Paul railroad has Just completed negotiations by which it obtains the control of Arnolds the summer old hotel there will be torn down and summer hotel a large modern grade of sugar would bo the best for the the common sugar to be sent to a general refinery for preparation for mar Adjournment THOUSANDS ABE Of fl A yortyNiner Special to The HawsEyeJ aged eightysix died last night at the residence of his daughter in East He was an original California fortyniner and a pioneer in this section of the In early days he was prominent in the lumber Tho Aldermen Will Go Special to The HawkEyeJ DES arguments in the boodle aldermen case concluded Judge Bishop has the matter under consideration and will render a de cision the first thing tomorrow It Is generally expected the aldermen will go Highly Successful Wolf Special to The hundred armed with all manner of engaged In a wolf hunt here yesterday and succeeded in killing one SinallPox at Special to The Is one case of smallpox It has beenquarrahtlned and a general vaccina tion The Hessian Fly In Illinois re ports of the crop correspondents of the Illinois state board of agriculture show that the Hessian ily have been discovered In fields of nearly if not all of the conn ties where winter wheat is The extent of the damage already done Is hot yet Rio Janeiro Still Rio ing the difficulty regarding the punish ment of officers who wrecked the office of the Trobuna is satisfactorily the city is agitated and troops are pa trolling the streets to preserve v Olt for the companies cf infantry leave Fort Leaven worth this evening for Omaha and the Indian At Omaha one of the companies will be mounted for use as Run a Ilel William McGowan and Michael Nowltne were instantly killed this after noon by being run down by a the Reading Tatally Injured DT an the of a tank in the chemical works ia the eastern part of this city this three men were fatally Injured and two Farmer Dies of Medical ilton living eight miles south west of this toot sick about month ago and died Monday morning under rather peculiar Some time ago his wife and daughter became believers in Christian when the husband and came sick they insisted in trying it upon At the inquest today the evi dence given before the jury developed the fact that the deceased had not re ceived medical treatment for weeks be fore he The disease was typhoid and Christian attended MrHamil and notwithstanding his rapid de cline no physician was summoned during last three weeks of his even on the day of his The coro ners jury returned a verdict to the effect that the deceased came to his through criminal neglect of those who had in charge after medical had been There are about twenty advocates of the socalled Christ tian science In that neighborhood A SEVSEE ATTACK OP The Childs XJfe Saved by I wish to say to public that berlalns Cough Remedy is the best Ihave 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 sadden and severe attack of I gave him a bottle of this Cough and he started for gave the child two doses of which stopped the cough ing and smothering instantly and minutes the little one was out of alt Wetzc came back to the store as happy as he couid be and said That bottle of Counh Remedy saved life of my Furthermore X feel friendly towards you as the ers of such a valuable remedy and am proud of Its being manufactured in our own cheerfully and tngly give many Instances of its good works to anyone that may want a ble Fire at t report from ville says a fire early this stroyed one of the business Central the bank and three Call for a Third Party John of is drawing up a call to 3 the and all unions of America favor the clples of the Louis In Cincinnati February 23i to i the formulation of a third party i Commendable H Alt claims not consistent with thehig character of Syrup Figs are pnrposelyy avoided by the California Big Syrup It acts the Druggists sell and recommend Salvation Price only 25 cents a A public Bull Be cause he discovered Bulls Cough will notlet up until every gar ment Is from present tions March will leave us SX SnOerlng the in DES have beenopened In this city for the re ceipt of supplies to be sent Intothe dis tricts of Nebraska and and canvassers are at work In behalfof the Clark Kester Mc Connell represent Frontier and adjoining counties in Nebraska where the l great est suffering A commissioner ap pointed by Governor of has submitted a report showing an almost total failure of crops In twelve counties and ten thousand families are in want These facts are being kept quiet the fear hurting the creditor the state discourages ajij to outsidesJstatoslforsthis reasonS The changing weather has caused many coughs and For a sure cure get a bottle of Charles Hoffmans cough Wlttes drug Trial bottles Senator Hampton is now believed that Senator Hampton will defeated by the Tillman candidate forthe United States a cold or conglt sa quick ly and pleasantly as DrBuUa Cough syrupy Salvation prompt its ana per manent In Its t A King liver and system but Is not acnreaHand no pretensions bottle will not i KASSAS CecIfThoma the young1 sonot Mayor bfiPl wasrarrestedJharSj charged MattEeutschelerJ formerljr XTo i Krect the tip his fj ttesesl Sis States steamer v Some sick hetuluchef   

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