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   Burlington Hawk-Eye (Newspaper) - December 11, 1890, Burlington, Iowa                                essional Committee Upon a Measur8 Remedy Clarlne repre Icg the nouse contin ToTntcongresslonal committee n have aereed upon a bill Chairman In report the bill as soon as pos ESDlanation of the general the Owen Mday i a new contract labor o wretchedly Inefficient the testimony of the 25 per cent now coming to this 1U Violation of contract The statute was framed to or things that he of the small crop and tho icreased demand because of short orn The average la against 23 cents last year This ia Ighest reported since issi Hke at Is higher ban since and the same is true of arley at 04 The deficiency in tho potato crop has caused an advanre in values in all sec ons of tho The average is au increase of more than 80 er cent over the prices of tho past two Eeturns show ilightly higher prices ortobacco than have prevailed since Hay of all the farm hows a decline from last The resent price Is per and the f all ug off Is due to tho Increased Kanm select ommittee appointed to Investigate the c time the law Em have now changed their is unable to If i practicably useless so we have AVe have also very the inhibited classes of substantially that intro ago by and hereto d Polvpameous persons are lUt of elates defined in the l Ml as not enllded to be zdmitted United The tax upon iu Owens bill was fixed was increased by the com ulttee to one cUBKSOlf SATSJJUAY WILL General Also About Blalne iu Clark returnrd to Washington from Trth where he went for the S of his When asked If was aaythlnc iu the report that ho Quay as chairman of AH republican General Clark So far as I know continue In his present en dence do you eive to the Blalnowill shortly retire horn the cabinet so as to put himself in pjsltlon to secure the presidential nomi Biaine is the premier of ad siid General lou cant detach or disassociate him lie stands or falls with it Maines lot is cast with Mr My idea is that he is for President Harrison in but is to come to the I dont expect to se the democrats nominate Cleveland thevfflHtak a new man and our side is likeh to follow Suppose there jj Indian Miles a tenainlyas I am talking to be it hero He would make a magniflcen As au oraor he has few peers tor a mastery of statecraft and a the lore of the books he hasnt a superio in ffian exceeds him IL breadth ol information or allarouii He military anc Itell sou U w do have trouble will Heredsklns Le will so cover himsel wiJi glory that thousands will naturall tnrn tn him as the fittest occupant th Wtlte House could COXGHESSIONiL Annual Session of the State Guard laper by Up a Hoa orsattho FairFunds for Tho Illlcos Na tional Guard association held Its eighth annnal meeting here todaythe most Sot onlv nce in the s action will decide the ques harges made against lauiu mot again Commissioner Lewis flered a resolution setting forth Coopers harge of Improper conduct on the part f Eaum in the late election and provid ng that tho committee take testimony onceniing said It was defeated y a party vole of 3 to Lewis there ipon offered a resolution requesting the hairman to present to the house a res lutlon to Investigate the charges by This was also defeated by the amo The committee will meet A Hill to Amend Use IluPlate Schedule of today introduced in tie house au amendment to the present tariff iroposlng to fix a duty oa tinplate at one ent per wllh a duty of fortyfive ler ad valorem on manufactures of instead of the existing rates of two twotenths cents per pound for plate and liftyfive per cent for n the amendment proposes to naintaln on the free list tin ores and on which the present tariff law im a duty of four cents per pound after July ce e ques tion of a military display at the worlds but one entire regiment of the In lamrj the Illlnols National Guard will be wiped out of existence as a result of its General itz Simmons in the opening speech referred to the ne cessity df a sufficiently large appropria tion for next years Many speeches were made ia the same Lieutenant Colonel Turner thought another year without a camp would work great Adjutant General ance and Colonel of the gover nors also believed in the necessity of annual camps and a more liberal ap Governor it was will heartily endorse any action of the Major Taylor of the first created a decided sensation with his paper on the Abuse of the lie denounced civic societies of all sorts who wore a uni form cheati seekers after aud wanted a law prohibiting anybody except regular army and miliMa meu wearing Major Brown slashed rightand left and indulged in personalities which your retirement for tho present abso lutely essential to A divided TrSi aty wl11 result n a collapse of tha IrishAmerican Unity means triumph division and permanent We bog to to make a sacrifice which more even than your past services endear you for all time to every lover of IEE HES8EPIN A CInsU Itctweeii tbe Chicago JJralnnse Trustees the sensational occurred between the Chicago board of drainage trustees and tho ployed to carry on the work of construct ing a navigable by large vessels connecting Lake Michigan at Chicago with the waters of the Mississippi rlveiv Ior months Chief Engineer Cooley has been subjected to criti cism by a number of trustees for de lay in settling upon tho approximate route for the This afternoon It began to appear as it the beginning of actual to say nothii g of ihe completion of me mighs bo postponed by the researches of the en gineers until after the opening of the worlds A resolution was there upon adopted deposicg Coolcy and enI trusting the engineering work to his first under direction of the Cooley promptly but his assis tants 0110 after another to take up tha work and The engineering department is tonight without a and Us different depart ments are similarly It sur miscd that the local engineers took offense at tbe action of the trustees In selecting the eminent J7ow York en General John for consulting The indications now are that Newton be given entire He of United Ire land Intothe A Grout Throne of Hls AtaiMrs Gives Him an Uproarious Greeting at Olher Intereat las Forelgu llUcaseca the house committee on the census discussed in formally and without action the reapnor ionment It was decided to give a hearing on Friday to Brooklyns de mand for a recount of that and it was also decided that the question of the accuracy of the count of Hew York City and similar questions with respect to Brooklyn and any other cities should not delay the action upon the reapportlon mentbill An Army Promotion WASHIXGI Cutcheon today introduced a bill to authorize the president to prescribe a system of ex of enlisted army men to de termine their fitness for promotion to the of second The blil embodies the suggestions in the annual report of Secretary Proctor relative to the means of preventing an exercise of favoritism in Senator FarwtlTh iiilver Coinage Far well today Introduced a bill to amend section 1 of the present silver law so as to direct the secretary to purchase all silver bullion that may be offered at tlie market price not exceeding SI for 371 25 grains of pure acd to issue payment for it in United States treasury r house the senat alter the introduction of a number o the house bill to authorize the pay meet of drawbak or rebate on tobaco to erect an omission in the tariff bill ira Thesenale then resumed tha cousider stta of the lections bill and George spake lour hours in opposition to The floor was then taken by The house amendments tn the senate tlllsfor public buildings at Sioux and Eock were concurred in the house amendments toallother public building bills of the senate were nonconcurred Allison renewed his suggestion for reprint of the elections bill with the house provisions in parallel Alter considerable discussion the order remade and the senate The the Bathaway was elected postmaster on motion of of On notion of of the senate bill passed for the relief of Paymaster of the United States Mr stated he had bees di iKted by the committee on ways and means to report a resolution for the dis tribution ol the president s annual mes and upon his motion the house re solved itself into a committee of the whole for its considera1 In response to a question by licKlnley stated that so much of the message as referred to tho election bill Will Not Prepare a Klver and llarli committee on rivers and harbors today formally decided not to prepare a river and harbor appropriation bill during this Population total population of the Including In will reach sixtythree mil The pnpulation of Special Agent Petroff has estimated at A Cold cold wave has appeared in the extreme which will probably roach the central portions of the country TH3 INDIAN That the Blenslah Craze is About OverTho indications at General Miles headquarters tonight pointed to a clnse of the Messiah craze among the An immediate tightening of the great military cordon now surrounding tho ghost dancers seems to be tbe All this evening Gen eral Miles and his aides were busy study ing carefully revised maps of the coun try where the Indians The general explained the distribution of the General Brooke is on the Colonel Sumner on the north General Carr on the west and Colonel Merriam on the with their respective com which cut some of tho officers present lie characterized the staff of the governcr as a useless institution composed of young men appointed be cause of political They had no ability to handle troops and the position was an easy one to After the reading of this paper the convention ad journed until and many ex pressions of opinion were Indulzed in regarding Browns nearly every one agreeing they were One member of Governor Fifers who is a veteran of tho late sharpiy criticised Brown as a nowliledgcd majur who neser saw one minutes At the afternoon session Major Brown apologized for his utterance regarding the governors staff and that part of bis address was stricken from the Lieutenant Colonel Ziegfeld read an elaborate paper on What pirt shall the national guard take in the worlds Colonel of secretary al committee on ceremonies of the worlds read a plan of an outline for mili tary services iit the dedica tion daily which was discussed at length Adju tant General Vance was of the opluinn the plans should be outlined by the fair Finally it was decided to appoint a committee of five to confer with the worlds fair committee on cer A reception was tendered the brigade staff at the Second Regiment Tomorrows Mission is likely to be made a lively on account of the re cent partial consolidation of the first and fourth reziments of the Some of the officers will necessarily be and a bitter fight is cspncud by the a the feeling of the shoulderstrapped officials and their friends runs Alliance Sesion at 111 D3C One hundred members of the Farmers Alliance began a meeting here today with closed Some of the delegation were interviewed tonight concur in the opinion that the Farmers Alllacce must be given one Seventyfive Allianco are rep resented In the meeting and the session will continue three THE WORLDS charge of the LIVED ON ILLGOTTEN Pircell has ex ploded a bomb in the enemys ranks and consternation now prevails In the seces fionlts Today the uncrowned king seized Vnltcd the organ of tho nationalist turned out the acting who was placed In charge by William took possession of the put his own agent in control of affairs and presented the publication of this weeks Issne of the United Tid goes to press Thursday and is and newsdealers that the the at mailed to tbe same so a letter expressing The duke of Westminister moved the of a resolution declaring that the renewed sufferings of the Jovisin Eussia from the operation of severe and exceptional edicts against them and the disabilities placed noon them are deeply and that In this last decade ot the nineteenth cen tury religious liberty is a principle which should be recognized by evey Christian community as among natural human The resolution and a cornmHtea appointed to convey the views the meetlne to the SEHSATIOSAL The Defense Pushing Their Sids of the GrinneU Murder The Mortlercd Wliu a aisnnUtThe Deteaho Will Cluoa lownSfcite Graogeat of Control Named liy President afternoon President of the national worlds fair made public his appoint ments for eight members of the board of control on behalf of the commission Tney are as the first two being provided for by the resolution of the commission Thomas Pal mer of Michigan vice of Kentucky McKenzia A Kugcall Coupto Attempt tha lat ter pare of July last a man and wife ar rived at Uubbards Cove and took up their residence at the house of a welltodo whose wife was a sister of the newly arrived With the exception of frequent visits to the United made by thu the have sojourned aj bards Cove ever They money like Whenever thoniuuos ran short the wonid start for aad return in few days with a Monday oae nf theneigh bors showed the man a dispatch la a BaUfis paper from stating tito police were anxious to ascertain the whereabouts of Marshal alias who was charged with fraudulently obtaiciac from Mathias an aged widow of Need The who was none other thaa turned lie evidently told his for in a short time the couple were scan to leave thu house and go toward the Aa they did return in a few hours the people with whom they wero living began ti suspect something serious had and a search was instituted and kept up until yesterday when the couple worn discovertd lying together on he ground in an unconscious From an empty bottle near by it was seen thpy had attempted to commit suicide wish When found wnrs still but badly frozen and suffering fearfully from the effects of the Glllou died this but there are sotao hopes for the womans BILL NTS SDE3 The Ilamorirtt Wants Damages irom tlio KEW the is plaintiff In a lawsnit against the James Whltcoiab hi churn for years in the work of making Americans Riley have been a moneymaking combinn for but Nye charges that while his own tumor was always dry Kileys was too frequently In he early in the year Riley pourf d out to Bacchus libations which should have honored the shrine of and that the result was that when the hour arrived at which the combination should appear to amuse the Riley presented a very willowy form to the au Hence Nyos The which is for the recovery of 000 from will be tried at In d NUMEROUS tacks on Parnell which were to be sent broadcast through Ireland and Great Britain will not reach their The acting editor objected to being ousted and refused to acknowledge authority and was ordered out of the He refused to go and was forcibly ejected after a in which he was by the armed with sticks and A lively row In which some blood was but who was accom panied by a finally restored order and themembers of the staff prom ised allegiance to which is almost EoHd wild with do light over this first installment of the leaders determination to carry war into Pirnell Is a heavy stock holder in United Ireland and ona of its acd acted by the advice of able lawyers whom he consulted before leaving Thu Utntal Ireland will appear to but Its policy will be and henceforth It will be Issued as a Par nell Parnell owns large majority of the stock of the United editors who wero ejected from the office will sue him for Bodkin in an interview said the edition destroyed contained many resolutions adopted by provincial branches opposing It contained also a cable dispatch from OBrien saying but firmly upon Par nells While on tho streets today a hostile crowd threatened who was com pelled to seek protection from the Tha OKice tonight a strong party of Parnells opponents made a descend upon 2nd recaptured the office of the United Tho invaders de stroyed all the which bad been prepared by who was installed as editor todiy by and turned all rhe matter they found set up into the They then took possession of the udgers and other books and documents belonging to the All this was done in tbe name of William CfBrien A strong posse from various labor societies lift as a garrison with instructions to remain on guard all and night and resist by force any further intrusion by Parnelf and his PABHELIiS WELCOME IS Summary of Dec The following Is the summary of Irish as ex pressed by resolutions adopted by the officials and organizations up to date The of town commissioners for Parnell against Parnell S boards of poor law guardians for against 3 National League branches and registra tion for sgalnst 72 trade and labor for against none other organized for against 5 public for against A ew AntiJewish The gov ernment will probably promagate a new antiJewish law at the beginning of coming One of the niobt important clauses forbids the leasing or mortgaging to Jews of any real estate in any part of the Another clause provides that the Jews shall be com pelled to dispose of any real estate they may Jewisn partisans are also to be deprived of certain rights audare to be kept strictly within the limits assigned to the Jewish Repressive will be taken against the Jews Infringing on the as well as against Christians who may be found abetting Ills Shipment if to Bullion to the amount of pounds was shipped to America XEW The gold which left Liverpool on the Majwatic today is understood to be about It is understood the which sails from South Hampton will bring enough to maka the total EionorK to riirnell The freedom of this recently presented to were withdrawn today at a meeting of the municipal SpedattoTbe in the Grlnnell mnrder now In progress at Introduced some sensational evidence Samuel who was Cornells fireman on the fatal testified that he knew of Cornells Intimacy with Gnnnell that the couple had a system ot GrinneU patting light in her win dow when the coast was John a liveryman at testi fied that twice a week ho had driven Cornell to Grinnclis house after the ar rivarof his train at arid had seen Grlnnell meet him at door and let him Charles a night watchman at had of tea seen Cornell enter Grinrxell3 house late at night and leave it in the A number of witnesses testified Grin nell acted very strangely and irrational before and after the Thede fense will close s per way of theflnde In obtained Mansgerifast fastest pacing lasteati Svei Ing pacing1 AUettOBrf foucyearold trotting stallfo 5 BelleHatnlln eat doable In the case of government against Slavin and McAu charged with a breach of the peace in engaging in a prize a verdict of not guilty was returned and the prison ers were Kernel to u Love Pi The man who day killed a bridfl and bridegroom at just after the wadding procession left the subsequently committed The murderer proves to bo a rejected LOH63 FOS Bat Siinpsonp to Escape the Pen Likely to day or two ato nows was received here Governor Boies was about to pardon who in obtained from the Sioux City Savings bank ou a forged and was caught nearly a year later at Sew and sentenced to five years imprison At tho trial it was developed that Simpson was one of the slickest swin dlers of the has been in numerous always managing to escape after a few months The officers of tha bank at once wrote to the gover nor protesting agaiust any and the bank cashier who was victimized goes to D35 Moiues tomorrow to lay tee case fully before the 6SAND JUST TN3TANTLY ICeokuk Kuch Exercised Over the Fusi bility of Liquor to Tbe grand jury of the district which was Impaneled here Monday of last Is stil in session and a ripple of and of suspense in some quarters was created yesterday when it vras noised around thatfrom the character of the witnesses beinz rushed before that body by the Dzs and East Sida coal Tnadft an assignment noon for the beneSt of The liabilities are i book are about the yyj SAWKBYB ACTION OF Sesteriis the action brought fordisbarment against George Wilson Kapids wasresnmepMn the district conrje at Judge Klnae of Much Interest aittachesto The trial will last for several da DEATH Costello fell the tender anff the first car oa a Kansas City frefghl train at Farley Sunday night and had his head and legs accident was not discovered until the traiiy reached this OAUBLEKS MUST gamblers who have done a quiet b at Grlnnell fnr the past year are In tro Several of the yoang men tntrf were taken before the grand at on Thursday to give Enough found to scare t who lets in short A BULLET WAY living near while cnt ting up a black oak tree for wood thejj other found Imbedded six Inches from the outer covering a bnllei forj which there was no visible The tree was twenty Inches In dlameterfT and had stood the storms of many wnjq A SCGAU BEET The KewsTribune contains call to tho farmers and others In thairU vicinity who iave raised sugar from tee seed sent out by the meat eepurtment of ttem to bring in their samples so that shey mav be sent away for in dead earnest In regard to the establishment ot a beet sugar fac THE Dubnqne r the other a married woman dlstlni BUisbed herieI fn novel Her husband had taken a fancy to a girl bought her a pair ot The heard of it and immediately donned her var piint asd wont on the war Meetina the object of her ou tha screen she compelled her to remove the William Lindsay of Ken The Arkansas City Jucky Closed for He Enthusiastically Received ai Dnb llu acl arrived at Kingston early this morning and was met on the pier by a body guard of two hundred of his folio had trav eled from Dublin in a special Timothy Healy and Maurice uurabers of parliament opposed to Par traveled In tbe same boat with Par cel from As they came ashore they were subjected to hostile demonstrations by the crowd on the while there were shouts for mingled with cheers for A number of addresses were presented to in reply to which he ex pressed his thanks lor their He said he did not fear the result of the had He had never led the Irish party wrong in the past and would not do so in the The after a short arrived at where a large crowd had assem bled to welcome The crowd was so dense that Parnell with difficulty made his way through Finally he a cab which he entered with The crowd surrounded tho unharnessed the horses and then Parnells enthusiastic admirers drew him through the streets until they reached Kennys In tne mean Three JerHoaa Meet a Terrible iste on tlio Ureat 10 per sons wero irstiiutly killed at the State a station on the Gruat North ern road this They were in the act of boirding a train when they ware run down by the The victim wero Tood and of Sioux their Mrs wife of the master mechanic of theKansas City The bodies were carried Into the station and the coroner was The engineer of the Oma ha train suici ha applied th air brake as soon as he saw the Short Line train at the Ha had a heavy train and the brakes did not act properly Todd was a prominent contractor of Sioux Three UOJB VALLEY Kas American which failed Waller of Connecticut WHJ not resume The bank lu ll Da Young of Spect0r and a United Ssatrs niarsha have taken charge of the bank and will formation Is given out today that the he crowd kept singing God Save 1 LUC nit Tho general expects to start for the scene of trouble in a few Sensational Beportu Wltnoat sensa tional reports about the out ncrreo to tno eiccuun break of tho Cheyenne and t the select committee on Indians on the western border or close up its due SAILSOAD o Officials Ordered to Appear In Olenwood and Cuundl Special to Tbe DKS 10The I railroad commissioners this no tified the BurllDgton and Qulncy gfinSS election of vice president tnd members of Hooker expressed a desire to amend the to send that por tion of the to the committee on McKinley announced his wllling and of the here caused such demonstration on of the are without foun part The Carnel Air Ship I III t ness to have the amendment but president of tho i objected to as ho was acting by nautic Navigation m t 1 crM 1ne nrst Ul mtu icw today said courtesy of the chairman of the commit tee on Indian to which committee tie day had been He therefore moved that the committee The motion was agreed and on mo tu tlonof Perkins the house again went Into to Chicago and thence to committee of the whole on bills reported jjalf a dozen newspaper from the committee on Indian affairs and shortly afterwards d three f The ISrokers VEW suspension ol Hamilton Bishop is announced on the stock exchange Tho firm are bank asslgn Their Wedneday to ague Council Bluffs case lor overcharging pas Burlington and Upon his arrival at the house Parnell made a brief speech to the Tho town clerk at Kingstown presented Parnell with an address expressing ad About is miration of his resolute resistance of the insolent dictation of Gladstone and assuring him of support in his noble Tho address contained this declaration People will not accept any home rule scheme not giving the i full control ot the police and power to settle the land In his Parnell said he was con fident with the youth of Ireland on his that lie would The Parnell leadership committee pre ented Parnell with an ompha Fred Leslie and Floyed while playing on the ice on the Deleware broke through and were Fill her and Son Fight it fatal due took place last night In Indian between Senator of the Chickasaw Joe in which the lattarwas and the former seriouslv The difficulty grew out of a quarrel over a disreputable Paul is a quarter blood A Surpriaiiiff assignee of the Chicago Safe and Lock company in which the missing held chief filed au which was a great sur At the time of the it was innounced the assets would amount to The inventory shows their total to be only Coal AJlnes Shut coal department of the Lackawan na and Western railroad has ordered the indefinite closing down of mines In this vicinity because of the quietness of trade and large stocks on band for which there is no This will throw thousands of men out of employ ment and cause much it was almost certain that a wholesale examination into the unlawful sale of liquors and gaming was being vigorously As nothing of this kind has heretofore claimed much of the attention of the grand the announcement was not only a source of excitement and but of tnuh The ecd of this term of the grand jury be looked to with much interest by tho entire com aiunlty regardless ot what opinion they saay hold on the 5H3Y MiY The Iowa State Grange and tlio Farmers Alliance iu Special to Tlic HawkByeJ meeting here of the Iowa Scats Patrons of and also of the executive committee of the State Farmers Alli ance may not be of great political This is the twentyfirst annual session of the grange anl there is a very full at There are about fifty granges in the state and all but four are repre sented and all reoorted in good condi It is rumored that an effort will made by the executive com mittee of the State Farmers Alliance to have come action taken looking to a consolidation of the two associations as they claim the wishes and principles are identical and much force and increased influence would be the re sult of some such The nature of the proposed union is not stated as tho A Denver Orociry House grocery and Carleton has charge1 three and ahalf cents per mile cnargum tj tcat A The liabilities are and theassets are Three Failures ut joined at the Mansion house and when Parnell reached his carriage the horses nation of the miserable and contempt ble position the speeders had assumed This evening a great procession was P Uow iresentatives be taken on the inrbed wire Trnst 8ENSB4L WASHINGT05 Completed the exception of tho Chicago and tne j r of which were invited to at k p ttus a large to who have teen in PnrcliRfle of secretary ol the treasury has Issued a notice this i wanj estabisning alternoon that the four per cent bonds the general purpose to rai itceptcd today completed tbe amount of owing to a rtlch he offered to and bond redemptions for tho pres1 Connty id the conference Mon renewing t have signified an acceptance Alton declines to tnTiT anv Dart in the the officials of the western ss s The liabilities are over reached the platform oral after which a vote Pur r s cuses for secession and but when the day comes for measuring the Western Unlou NEW The Western Union directors today declared a regular quarterly dividend of ly The statement shows the net earnings for the current quarter to be After paying dividends there will be a surplus for the quarter of Farmer McKuIleiiu Body Word was receive yesterday evening that the body of Lev the wealthy farmer who ha been mysteriously missing for severs was found by school children in a straw stack on his farm near His throat was indicating death by Another Gone Emmett who has always borne a good reputation turns out to be a wholesale Goods of every description have been meetings are secret nor is it known whether the scheme will be At least plans will ba adopted to unity the methods of work and A WELLDESERVED SSUchlevous Boys Soundly fined for An uojinR Railroad Special to Tho HawfcEyeJ For ome time past a number of boys have annoying the railroad employes at tonaparte by jumping on and off trains and other About the first of April Sydney in company with uncoupled a freight train while standing in the just to hear the arakemen as they He was indicted fy the at this term of and plead Yesterday he was fined and costs with an order for imprisonment if not It is to ba hoped the other boys will profit by his A Ilanuted stories ot supernatural sights and sounds come from tho Collins coal mines at Miners on the night shaft report hearing uncanny knocking and the sound ot un seen James Grant asserts that a spirit form appeared to him and warned him away from the room in which he was He tied and has refused to go near that part of the mine Superstitions miners say some great dan ger threatens the and some of them have laid off rather than work in the which she in fur her own leaving the maiden to walk home in her stocking J A divorce suit is now on trial before the district conn in Judge nell Thu case is attracting j considcrjalc owing to the prominence of the Bnt few ceses have examined as bnt JI sensational developments are the Is The has also institated a suit for an absolute alomony and j I A was run over atd instantly killed at thes ralhoad btiJge over Kishnabotua E near Sunday afternooa by an extra f rtigkt The deceased I was lying la the center of tho and not seen the ergiceer In time to t stop the Antrim raised his bod and looted as the train approached butf made co effort to get but of the I His body was literally cut to strewn along the track for a He was a whisky j bottle being found near the Aa trim was about years of was a living four nfiles west of j Eo was an old i Ax Des Moines justices of the peace are very aci The other night Johnson andthree constables madeada3 scens on a gamblingroom and captured in the ex citing games of craps and drawi As he catch was a little too numerous for successful transportation to the oflie of the he deter to administer justice on the He took Up his position in the dealers chair behind fie green table and openect Nearly all pleaded and forj over an hour the judge dealt out justice at S3 per When he rose from thei table the game bad to be postponed or account of lack of funds to A Noteworthy Vie KlmHatt While columns of the Graphic are open to any and all yet It is qnlte impossible fo us to spealc knowisgly of the merits 01 the various articles of merchandise ad Particularly is this true o patent But there are excep ions occasionally and a noteworthy ex ception is the celebrated Chamberlains Cough This now nmwn medicine has been ii GmpMc for fonr or five years butno until recently had we any persona knowledge of Us wonderful effieaci which has come about through thaprej vailing iniluenza and the stubborn cougj that has so often attended IntM writers family the medicine has on ses eral occasions this winter cured acougj that ballied any and all other remedies and the number of families In Klmbaj and in which this remedy hg been used with like and al was made to of the officials of tho western ts exceed this when the day comes for measuring tne G d every description have been lvenThrSinzaorganiZationorcarLHWS who will take part In the con nominal et nd km0unt of my short comings acd those of hl3 having been ard establishing an orga the Always wno New A run on i ihe door3 Uy opponents the balance will not be t frola merchants Seymour be limited to four and a He also purchase for the Union Pacific first mortgage Pacific I farmer P8r CCat the Prices of Farm 1 Jjnown Dec re turns Irom the department of agricul tural for December give the average larm of agricultural products from Gin 9 General George marshal for proportion of to Pre of n d oP0 The superin garden suc kiiling the who wTthont evident discomfiture eleven I lets fired into his forehead last haunted Halinira Convicted of ainuslaughtKr Mark Hali nan was convicted of manslaughter as an accessory to tbe Rowan of Feb ruary 3 sentenced to six years In the He appealed to tho su preme court and is now out under His brother who killei James Is still at large and SoOO are offered for his Its value as a specific for coughs colds of every of NEW th mornings session of the National Boai of Trade a motion was agreed tor consider the vote by which the resol tion endorsing ruptcy bill and the Ferrey ban urginir Its Irsmedla We shall some necessary d cooes and traffio M Introduce new econo in the ilppewa i Interchanging of ana a passenger made both by theT government the eastern district died and deUverIng freight ana p tod state The present corn crop wellknown can h more than the last and the today j Xew uvo stock ilrmers will receive more for Unfor ranatciy the districts of failure do not realize their portion of advance in avcr The average price by the Present returns is cents per for an Increase of 77 U is the highest December Wire of the except when average rose to tnat be itE on7 year in tne Decade In which final averane of condition was worse of the present The present average shows the small crops area sure cure for low The Wees in the seven corn surplus states 51 cents 47 I1H u 44 average farm value of the wheat is estimated at eightyfour PW against for na ls by the of countries and therefore the prices S ot entirely governed by the size of V tno price of oats responded sharply to Its reduction in n Freight make a rate iver ti actually but it Is not a cureall and day see who did this deadly thing against rnakas no pretensions that every bottle Voices of tho entire mdlltta i urliarn tn I will uijt I We shall know whereto affix the stain they sought to attach to I was anxious to assuage this forca of men and girls employed at thread mills in this city and Kearney struck this morning and have remain out until the dis en are inde win Kevise tno Board of I gaocs pose of Irlsh league Linseed oil Works jvemut i Mai Ireland a breathing to I morning the linseed oil works of Kittle t the terrlbie was I ha d m Co caught fire and the contents d the opportunity Why did The loss will probably reach waltvcina days after the ver The oguen strike still Insurance half that j the Lclngter meeting be1 strike Is still on Dont inuaramation of loathesome disease fore hinting that my retention was danand the officials of the Union Pacific are gerons Had he bnt whispered that my doing the Today some of the retirement was I should have strikers attacked Chief Yard Master hastened to consult my comrades and seriously injuring The rescue them from the Impossible position yards are virtually In which they placed themselves by the Leinster The DownTroUden meetng of in An InHtine Special to the MiSS Emma a former attendant at the hospital for insane at this but late of the Pleasant has been adjudged insane aud returned to the hospital at this It Is claimed that the dally scenes to which she was sub jected worked on her mind until she be came a raving The samq ward over which she was for many years over seer now holds her for its Spun of ihuronghbredH Special to The HuwkByeJ MASON Leonard Parker had a span of thoroughbred Nor man valued at last He left them tied in front of ig residence and when thBm they were he wcat to get passage by the United senate w defeated last Theresolution thi A motion to reconsider the which the Slcaraugna canal resolutl was passed last night was JFoets re dence and conservatory f the In the village of Shleetfc was burned attempt to save some was come by the smoke and was carried i unconscious His Injuries are nptrcS sldered M Broke the of the amateuri today broke the record by with his hands nnndi and seventyone and a quarter pounds in the presence of a prominent gentlemen f It Is without doubt the bet liniment in the we mean Salvation 25 Its use shows ita wortb we mean that anti dote to Bails Cough jlacUIneGnnsfortho Indian FOHT Hotch kiss machine with were shipped to Fort North Da rathers liuv motbers pnz5 and the Cough tluential persons was held In Guild hall If you wish suits or today to consider the condition of JBWS overcoats for your little now is i in and take action to secure some the time to make your alleviation of their The lord I mayor was chosen A tele A gram from the archbishop of Canterberry SEVMOUB excel was read in which he expressed the hope JJ balalng stone nas been thit a resolution wonUIto adopted that a 3nortdlstance of this New cwurt TaxHAWK JeEer son county board oi supervisors have de cided to issue bonds to the amount of for the purpose of buildlngLa new I prar let me mallen piwsionately c Jfor Uesrtnalil I rtcariy Ana much I long to be Ms Uridtegi t should then a husband Birth stood and trtwDeyoiut gspati dearest you would hAV A worthy aontntoir toljoO Ahal Ifisty s Cbl Qtn tflse ijuun if rtf QlSCOVereu W1LUIU a wi uuio chfJm wll sivo matters the mew pictures at reconsideration of the regulations affect Gnahns Book duko of I Pevrs soap is the most pleasant toflotafflunct Fast Secorili Made a 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