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   Burlington Hawk-Eye (Newspaper) - December 13, 1890, Burlington, Iowa                                rjj jfce tho senate bills were re by striking out u offered yesterday by iesdiw committee on elections to inquire and Aher the right to vote at any mem 1 to t taken legislators or other to any mule citizen is abridged except for the rebellion or other Dolph said he d the committee to towhether some states led in their constitutions or qualifications as were not oy we fourteenth amendment Sution without an abridg h congressional reprcsenta the constitution recently did impose such representation of be Ho sent desk and had read there Governor Iia0nf South he official declaration that the colored men of the south r exercise the elective fran e white people of the south ratrfll of the state governments to maintain control at all These propositions showed that the colored peo and Senator of Ne no definite proposition was lad be lore the Plumb will return from Philadelphia this ovenln and the committee will meet again to During the mooting of the committee today It was said that Inquiry had been made on the democratic side of the chamber with a view to learning whether the democratic senators would permit a bill for the purchase of ounces of silver to go through the senate with out amendment that this inquiry came from the executive and that tho demo cratic senators had notified the republi cans that they would offer a free coinage amendment to such a The silver sen ators on the republican side of tho cham ber have said that they will not vote against a free coinage amendment how ever it may come before the so It does not seem possible at this time to put through congress a bill for the pur chase of the surplus silver on tho mar Representative of chairman of the house committee on banking and had a talk with TWO IffllTEDJREUBDr Both Factions of the Irish Party Issue the SATOllbkY jMOBNINGo as Into Uonipca to be poi edParntll at Kilkenny Neaenapcr fcnid was nubhsri n was published at Dublin this the on being issued from the office of th desplte the that SecureJ au Inunction D Windom financial today about Windom would not be permitted Clu long as they voted the repub tfctetor where their voting would si mored an amendment iu tie committee to inquire ther by any state w ttteB of the United States were de uteht to work on public 1m He Se Irom a reC6t StatUte republican legislature au building of a bridge and Sits that none but white laborers d be employed on the work It st that the provision to exclude Chinese labor age of the statute Deluded and The ad never denied the and in the further an allusion to Tillmans mes out the declaration from proved of the action of Dorseys committee yesterday In reporting the bill for the retirement of national bank certificates as a step toward relieving the situation and recommended more legisla tion aimed to restore confidence in the money GENERAL WASHINGTON Fair Call the Presi Thomas and Benjamin But secretary of the worlds fair and of the local waited on tho president this inoruiug and requested that he issue a formal inviting foreign governments to participate in the worlds They submitted documents to prove that ail requisite conditions pre scribed by the act of congress were fully complied The president assured them that a proclamation would be issued as soon as the necessary formalities were To Revive the Grade of Gen Tho house military affairs committee today or dered a favorable report on the bill to re vive the grade of lieutenant general of the army and on the bill to increase to seventyfive the number of army officers whom the president may detail for duty at educational institutions where military tactics are jilottat le was perfectly willing to Bid by that Dolph sad he was informed that himself had threatened otaed men in his employ that he would ftthtrgetbem if they voted the repub Jantlctrt Mr Duller replied that whoever made Hititatement was guilty of a deliberate jidwllllnl Hoar arose and said he had made da having read within Italyfour hours in a public document He testimony of the senator from South Caolina before a in which he aid he had told the colored people on Implantation that he should dismiss 1bra If they voted the republican the remark I made of to the senator from feel house commitee on invalid pensions today agreed to report favorably a bill limiting to S3 the fee allowed an agent or attor ney in prosecuting an application for in crease of pension on account of an in crease of The maximum fee now allowed is Ulooiulngtons Public Senator Spooner today reported favorably the bill for erecting a public building at with an amend ment reducing tho appropriation to Franks Reaitportioiiuieut reappor tionment based on a representation of three huncredand fiftvsix members replied that he was not to be terred from saying what he had to litherbjthe manner or behavijr of But The resolution then went over until to The house bill for a public building at I was reported favorably pid placed on the i The election bill was taken up and llodzettandWalthall spoke in opposl 1 Hoar then referred to the incident tl ihe morning again and had read the vrjaony in which was from the minority report made to the house in In Sutler Is represented as fljtoR he gave tickets to the colored ran and told them they had a right to ute thc republican ticket if they pleased they were free but If they ex ffdiBd that right and imposed taxes upon him that would destroy his prop tny and prospects he should throw him Kltiack on the same rights he and sethatthey left his lie in ttailed to Inform himself how they The question was asked With a view to Brnlnit them off publican if they voted the re Not for vot to the republican if they had an kniea but for voting for those toes and Butler said this testimony was He bad never seen the report but sad now he had never at any lime attempted to Influence a single two on his plantation in the exercise Hoar and Butler then ex pressed the greatest respect for each Mheund the matter was nf took the floor to the election bill and the senate ad The reading ths Journal the house went into commlt Meot the whole on the private All the afternoon was consumed in the Jlscusslon of a few bills which were Wlypassed and the house WISDOMS of the house of as orig inally proposed by of Mis was favorably acted on by the house committee on census and It will be reported to the house today or to Dannell subsequently reported the bill to the The report notes changes and says from the population of the United States the committee has sub tracted the population of the District of Oklahoma and The re mainder was With this num ber different ratios were obtained by taking as divisor any proposed Each number was taken from 333 to Trials wero made until a number found which would give a ratio on ap would secure each state against any loss in and in no In stance leave a major This number was found to be The ratio was The number of members obtained on even division was 339 An additional 17 added to make 356 were se cured by glviR another member to each o the left to it major frac These states are Cali Ken Bhode South South Mr ginia and EXOUTLAW AND Character Chosen to Succeed Wade Hampton by the action of the Farmers Alliance in electing John L Irby to the United States senate has broucht the blush of shame to the cheek of every decent South From everv section of the state come ex pressions of indignation at the outrage at the defeat of Wade Hamp 1JWer papcr rom lend ing its plant for that The issue of Ireland contains aa ariicle by the acting editor in Bodkin In the name of William 0 to every true lover of Thn article declares that there exists uo alternative for the country but to choose between the continued leadership of Parnell and the securing of homa for To accomplish the latter under the leadership of that geutlemin the paper A Iar nell edition of Unittd prepared at the office that paper last also Considerable space is devoted therein to quotations from legal opinions justifying the seizure by Parnell of the offices and plant of the At the Kingsbrldge statioa today a wagon loaded with copies of Bod kins United in tended for distribution in the south of was approached by two one masked and the other armed with a Both men jumped into the and seating themselves by the driver compelled him to proceed to Island from which they Hung them into the An unsuccessful attempt was made to seize a second wagon loaded with copies of United Ire land which was standing at the entrance to the It was prevented by the who interfered to protect th driver and saw the papers safely loaded on the Will iBKuea New Ireland The committee rep resenting the antiParnell section of nationalist party secured an office Numerous applications for membership wero They Include letters from clergymen and expressing readi ness to subscribe if for the organization and founding of the contemplated It was decided to publish the first number of the paper Monday under the title of ftic Supprcssiil United with the name of William OBrien as United Ireland On the arrival of Parnell s United Ireland at Castle Island a crowd seized the papers and burned pitmens Apropos of Parnelis sneers in his speeches in Ire land in reference to the National Liberal club it is recalled by members of ihat organization that several of his sup porters are still in the and after the recent meetings of the contending nationalists these gentle especially Michael John OCjnnor and Joseph were tomed to go to the and while re freshing themselves after the indulge in denunciations of Glad stone which were decidedly offensive to their English fellow While it pains us to take a stand against whom we have heretofore recog nized as Irelands wo unhesitat Inziy state that the cause of home rule Is superior to any man or set of men and endorse the position taken by the visiting parliamentary dele gallon and unite with them in asking Parntll to recognize the will majority and by a personal save the country from being cast Intda civil strife which gives comfort to Ire lands hereditary disheartens her alienates her allies and result in the total destruction of all that has been gained by our race since the present constitutional movement beganli Among the signers are Eugene Joseph William John Joseph Dily and James PEACE OOT OF TBEfJESTION Savage Disposition rathe Part of Indians in the Bad i XeporU Bloody Fight Between Soonta j and tlie Bed llrooke Trying to Get the Into the same At lost accounts the body of the still lying where Jopltn has a wife some where in Missouri and an uncle named Joe at An investigation brings to light the fact that Joplln seduced Miss Miller and called on Stewart to perform a criminal Stewartrefused and told of the It was reported that Jppllti was going to be arrested and the shooting TEE FEDERATION OP GENERAL FOREIGN To Investigate Central Africa a conference be tween the Abrlzlnes Protection society a number of members of the houseof commons and the leoders of several re ligious bodies a resolution was adopted demahdlne that the government institute an inquiry into atocitles committed in Central Africa by English explorers and other A Sculptors Suddeu t the died suddenly sumably of heart He was en gaged on a bust of Princess and the latter called at the studio In relation to the and found the dead body If the artist reclining In a Boehm was born in Vienna in He had ejj eeuted manyworks for theTOylil An Krroiieoun Rio statement that thc government authorized the issue of a loan of mllrels was erron It authorized the now bank to issue notes to tho nominal value of 000 milreis against Slight People to Ucalh at porcelain fac tory at Cmellow was burned today and eight employes lost their lives in the JKcre Gold for New steamer Lahn sailed this morning with In gold for New THE WORLDS Farnf 11 Hooted on Way to 2 left Cirk today for As ihe traia was drawing out of Ihe he expressed his thanks to a body of Qieens Colleue students for sympathy shown him by coming to witness his The journey was without incident till the train reached Here a crowd hooted and groaned at Tarncll They shouted To with Parncll gave three cheers for the hlshops and priests and cried LonK live and At other sta tions the people cheered At Kilkenny a torchlight procession headed bv the corporation otfijaU was In waitinz and escorted Parnell to the where he addressed the crowd Davlltand Uealy at dispatch to the Daily Keifs from Kilkenny says Davltt was received with a tempest of but hissing and Looting were only too audible from the boys and It is said that all over the town boys were paid by Parncllites to hoot At a hotel Healy tried to address a but his voice was drowned by th hooting and Healy paid you for this and was an swered with cheers for re torted by Three cheers for Amusement at amusement has been caused In tory circles in London Three Important Appointments An nounced by tho Director Important appointments were announced tonight by Director General Divis ata meeting of the local directory of the worlds Moses of the wellknown newspaper manwas named chief of the department of publicity and promotion of chief of the department of agricul and of secre tary of All these nomina tions were concurred in by the board of They will leave two vacancies in the national com Hirst and Buchanan being members of that The membership of the local credit cor responding to the board of control of the national commission was also made pub The members are Lyman Fred Edwin K Potter and DsWitt Owing to a lack of the directory decided to dispense with any public com petition of architects for designs for The committee was author ized to select five architects or firms of each chosen for snob work as would ba most nearly pirallal with his best previous These archi tect will meet in j Miles to day received a dispatch from General Brooke at Pine saying from re ports received he Is of the opinion that Two Strikes and most of the other chiefs are coming Short Bull and Kicking Bear with a small following went back into the Bad Yank ton a fullblooded and government came in at two oclock this morning from the Indian camp In the Bad Lands and reports a bloody fight among tho followers of the Indian Chiefs Short Bnll and Two Each claimed the lead ership and each tried to secure It by Tho result is from twenty to fifty dead This report is verified by several frlendlles who have been waiting for some time to escape to the As the spies took advantage ol the fight to make their escape It Is not known yet which chief Large rein forcements have come In from Standing llock and other The depredations of the Indians have been extended to the foot of the Black FlyingBell owned In the has been It Is use less to talk of There has been no attempt made on the part of the hostiles to move out of their Intrenchments since tho peace council was None of the promises made then have been There Is great excitement It Is said that when the chiefs returned from the aconcy a council was Two Strike and his followers favored but Kicking Short Bull and other composing the majority of the took decided ground onthe other The council lasted several during which the excitement reached Its highest and finally broke up In a The troops have received orders to be in readiness by tomorrow to march to the Bad When Baptist Gouva and Louis the leaders and interpreters of the halfdozen scouts who were sent several days ago to tho Bad entered the camp at the edge of the Bad many of the Indians were for killing This precipitated a row In which Two Strike and his who are desirous of coming to tho defended the scouts and they Industriously engaged in the double task of peacemak ing and collecting stolen Yank ton Charley says that the hostiles told of a skirmish that had taken place on the Cheyenne river and that two of their number had been but had been FOOLED BY Dubuqua and Chicago Business Men Easily A Large Loan Secured on Bognj Mar riage les Molnes Girl tirlnnell State exhlbitoforiSOO t Jarger thaa any prevlons During the year beenferectei new houses and horsery anC gronra which were purchased by tha socfstyia a cost i over and aro already finest In the Qompera OlUcera the convention of the Federation of Labor this morning greetings were sent to the Farmers Alliance convention and the Interna tional Labor congress at Sup port was pledged to the who will strike for eight hours in May Congress will be petitioned to forbid United States enlisted musicians from competing for business with free The convention decided that only boni5devmembers of the Trades convention hereafter be On the question of readjustment of the ex ecutive board and the power of the pres the committee reported back an amendment regarded by the friends of the president as having a restrictive ten President Gompers rose to a question ofpersonal in which ho said ho was not affected with the big head When the vote was was found did not have the necessary two thirds and was declared brought back to life by the General Brooke adds that he Is endeav oring to get the Indians Into the but that they may get beyond his Wants Big Koofa Band D head chief of the Minnekanju tribe of Sioux at Cheyenne came to the city today to secure the counsel of gov This is regarded afternoon was reelected All tho other old ollloers were with tiie ex ccptlqn of the present incum bent declining B Lennore was elected treasurer by accla was selected as the place of holding the next The report of the committee on constitution was again taken The matter of strike fund for local unions was referred to the executive with Instructions to formulate a plan for carrying out the intention of the amend ment and submit the same to the local unions A resolution to send a delegation to the convention of the International Brick Layers union at Toro next with a view of in ducing that union to affiliate the federation was Several other resolutions were disnosed among them was one pledging tho federation delegates to exert themselves in the efforts to secure legislation prohibiting the employment of children age of fourteen in WELDING BY Xow Replaces the Smithys Smoky welding of metals by electricity has ceased to be an experiment or a The process has been practically introduced into a Chi cago The ptcturesqueness of roaring blacksmiths lirea givs way to curiously fahioued vises with copper The hurried sweep of the sputter ing white hot metal with its train of sparks as it goes from fire to anvil in the pinchers of smith and and the pyrotechnic shower that follows the welding of the big will be but a memory of the village blacksmith if the Special to The 13 a little Frenchman who came here in Octo ber to establish a boot and shoe has leaving numerous cred itorsHe was the inventor of a novel and audacious method of On the strength of representations that he had deposited In a bank at Mon he got credit at local banks and Sought a large amount of machinery and leather last He went t Chicago ostensibly to marry Miss Lillle the daughter of a wealthy manufacturer of New He had the audacity to take out a mar riage license in her name and bj snowing It to President Eastman of the Chicago Die and Last company borrowed more money and SUEING A Heavy Dainageg Claimed by Administra tors of ut K admlnlstrator ol the estateol has begun proceed ings In the district court aeaiast the Topeka and Santa Fe He claims Interest from Da cembnr and for cause of action states that December 3 the was appointed It is stated that prior to December Mitchell was employed as a conductor on a Santa Fc freight and that while crossing the bridge at In the exercise of his duty as a the deceased was knocked of a moving train by coming In contact with a sema which iiid been In grossly neg ligent manner constructed and main tained near the The injury sus tained resulted in Wherefore judgment is asked for as WAS TIS3D OF year by erection ut commodious draic horaa barns stablesto cost S500 ThVjrt holders also resolved toobjerveA Day by the under vision of committee of the c one thousand more shade ornamen Black was and Aral Thompson RAILROAD VfeBtern Freight Association Agree The Freight association has agreed on soft coal from Springfield sourl river be made on the lowes binatlon of It was coal rate from Iowa points to Omaha Set made a basis nf the Iowa dis tance tariff for short ilne distances plus ten cents per The lumber from St Louis to Sioux City was made sixteen The rate or ten cents hundred on petroleum and from Chicago to Paul was f the rate strutted to check ratesto points Ivtqis i this basis HAISSD UEE Chief Mayr Oflered for the Cherokee t follow ing dispatch was sent here last nlnhtto K Chief at I will see Williamson twenty V million for the strip and go fifteen mil lion I hold royal Send deed and abstract to the WItchita national Signed Levy is acting for a company here within the last few days that Is in earnest about the purchase of the Cher okee It is not known positively whether they were acting entirely on their own judgment and capital or T20USLE OVEKA STATE Tlie Athena of the a number ot capitalists from Boston and other northern cities are here to make large investments in suburban properties and to look into jhermans advantages for manufactures which will doubtless result in the con sumation of some Immense deals as this Is the center of the great cotton and wheat producing belt of tho com bining northern aud western Texas am the Indian territory for natural resources and far surpasses any section of the United States that has built up and sustained large manufac luring The Sherman and North western which is now assured secures for us cheap The lateMrs who endowed Austin College OLO of Shermans male wit puts Sherman far ahead of an other city in the south in a point of edu which justly entitles us to th The Anthes of and regret at the defeat ton Although a young Colonel ha a and not a very savory one He has the reputation being a bad although It is he has since reformed and joined the Baptist church Back in the seventies he was en the democratic who succeeded for murdering a man named Laurens A reward of was offered for his but he fled the of the blew Laurens and with the aid i Scheme to Add to tlie Tolnme of the schemes lor Inflating the volume currency is one that has been sug Secretary and he is to recommend It to congress rjiroval of the It Is ilmplj a measure of temporary W it would add about to the TOilatlon and do it at The plan Iinoisue certificates upon the fractional I coin and the trade dollar bullion accumulated in the treasury and its funches and useless for The atejt monthly statement gave tho frac silver coin at and the Me dollar bullion at making TOY in This silver Is in Ucess of that required for small change much of tho fractional coin is JWMefl ad unfit for use In any larger portion of the more JMD fweEtnhs of the whole is in half for which there is little eptODosltlon is to issue silver certlfi upon thc of coin and bullion lair value of the coin and the coln leofthe and have both ard silver dollars as the secured an snot srufji HUM by Healys appeal to the Dublin po lice for protection from the me minions of whom the impulse Irish member had so often denounced in unmeasured responded to his call for help just in it Is to save Wm from personal harm at the hands of hu own His principal as sailant was promptly while the Pollcdragged Healy by main force out of the melee to a place of All this Is interesting reading for the con ervailves and liberal unionists who will doubtless enjoy chatting Healy on his experience with Irish mobs and he when they next meet aim In Canon OSlahonyB Charge Dec a meeting of the him an opportunity to rnment authorities as to the best way o disarm Big Foots band of Cherry reek stating that his entire nine hundred were ready o White Swan stands high in he esteem of the balng one of he most advanced and intellizent of the He wants the Messiah nolion stating miny ghost dancers are suffering and even dying from a form of grippj induced by dancing out doors luring cold As no agency ihyslclans are allowed to go among them he disease Is spreading An Indian Scare In Indian OKLAHOMA A courier rushed in this morning and re jorted that one thousand Indians had one into camp three miles east of Choc law City this The Inhabitants of that place alarmed and flocked to Oklahoma City to ask protection of the Captain Steele has telegraphed Indians Striking for FORT 12 bands of disaffected Pine Kidge Indians inder Short Bull and Kicking sup THE DEATH of ihe Indiana Suprem of thesnpremecourtof Indian suddcBly at his home at Goshen th of congestion of the aged about Secretary NobleR Brother Ohio Noble a prominent attorney and brother of Secretary of the interior de died this Attorney General Pope posed to be united are moving northward with the intention of seeking a reserva tion in Northern Dakota or crossing into Fifty lodges and a band of stolen ponies are with The troops will leave early in the morning to head them off and deliver them at Fort Lin Four FUESCH A party o Indians attacked eighteen white men to and four Indians were ASKED TO BE A Tramp Who Didnt Want to Spend Hi In William Wallace was hanged here th morning for the murder of Charles A Calkins in Blanchan was a He became acquainte withCalkins and one evening they had effectiveness of this new process proves as great as it is believed it There is simply the Clutching of the to be welded in the copper There is a movement of an electric The metals rapidly grow red and then white The two ends are forced together by hydraulic The weld has been perfectly made without smoke or noise and with but a trilling amount of manual Steele a rnanufac nring firm which has been established ecently at will introduce this irocess of welding by electricity into ieir carriage The machines are made by the Thomson Electric Welding ompany at and are ex eedingly The form used by the larvey company will be feet feetlocgand 30 inches The irinclple Involved In the new process is of causing currents of elec tricity to pass through the abutting ends of the pieces of metal to be welded while hese pieces are forced together by me chanical A large Induction coil nroperly insulated forms the lower part f the The upper part con sists of two heavy copper which can forced together like the jaws of a To these copper plates the pieces of metal to be welded are securely fas tened by dogs and These copper plates form part of the electrical connection through the induc tion coil in the base of the machine to the In the pieces of Iron to be united are fastened to the Sad End of a Bright atoiiies Young Special to The DES Katie a bright giril of seventeen sum who has always been considered a most exemplary last evening com mitted suicide by taking strychnine which she had obtained in the wood house of her where a supply was kept for killing Before death she said she had taken th5 dose because she was tired of life and had nothing to live She but too late Much mystery surrounds the whole pro DABBLED IN MLNDtG of Hamble touft Failure at Special to The the matter has been kept hushed up as much as possible it it now ascertained that the failure of Robertson wholesale was caused bv In dividual Investments In western mining stocks by members of the The liabilities are now stated to be between and with assets about the Failed to Froddee the Special to 1ae Gregory and Jamei two farmers living in this have been unable to get part of their sattle that have been herded daring the season by Pete Harrington in Kossuth Theysu5pecied crooked dealing on the part of the herder as early in the fall when they visited the herd their cattle were all but when they went to take the cattle from the herd part of them were nnt to be Harrington promised them everything The Buildings Offered for Sale i Tvriua Trust peo ple of Peoria are in trouble over the state The Peoria Fair furnished thc state board of agriculture certain grounds for fair tin the twine trust held a mortgage on these grounds to secure the payment of a considerable sum of This mortgage trans ferred to his who fore closed the mortgage and bought the prfperty He is now offering the property for to be removed from the the buildings on the grounds by the city of the Peoria Fair association and the state board of The mnddla may result in the relocation of the fair this HBAKEAL for Xew YorJc Brlcfa Walte but fails to produce the General Pope uuu Attorney warrant carousal in the latters during against Attorney teneral a remonstrated and a agan m Calkins re attorney general discharged from weap pirtment Thomas was discharged and Calkins was Instantly In the late acteo mm kllled At the trial it came out in evi At kllled At the trial it came out in evi w hUe he At dltat oen Blaacnard asked to be copper end to and the cur rent is turned The current Is con trolled by a treadle within reach of the The resistance to the current at the point of contact of the two pieces of metal is so great as to raise the tem perature at that As the tempera ture rises the pieces of metal are forcec together by a a or in operating with heavy Irons by hydraulic The fusion forms a complete which cannot be detected after the slight enlargement at the weld has been In forming welds between dissimila such as Iron and a sllgh variation in tho plan as given above is al that is The two pieces o metal are fastened on tho copper plates as but the arrangement is differ dependent would be retained i Would potl tho Special to The DES has been considerable discussion aniong the sol llers monument commission and the overnment as to the desirability of srecting a memorial arch at the head of Locust street where it meets the capitol Governor Boles requested the nion of who was the architect of the and Is in re ceipt of a letter in which that gentleman expresses himself against the selection as one which would poll both the beauty of the arch or monument and the appearance of the A Vacancy DES 12 twenty second general assembly passed a bill authorizing the governor to appoint a ShTd beVn distrioutedto organize demon strations in fovor of Newspaper ofTrom ent from three months to one year for Intimidating any citizen because of po The metalwhlch fuses most readily extends but a short distance over the Jy plate to which It Is while the hanged rather than sentenced to imprism0re refractory metal extends a consld n onment for erable distance beyond the edge of the plate on which It By this means A LOWER RIVER the fusion of both metals Is anv i i and a union is made between Iron and lltlcal opinions or for discharging any j IUe CIty of Bouse Sinks on a snag metaU and as brasSi one for such Won on a I Several I tin and NEW Anchor late la arsnpporters of Bulfour and perpe Artnur fought this morn ng and struck a snag near Hermitage landing this afternoon and Jv I i LnntWH I not The fight i Line City of Baton from of National confidence Abroad is reported on the board of trade this morning that Russia on advice of the Bank of England had decided to deposit her funds with the reorganized Baring This is regarded by brokers as the most signi ficant indications of national confidence Kocha Lymph in supply of unknown deck passengers are known to It Is reported that s taken on board were but this is was valued In1 at and her cargo at KILLED IN A served gallantly a through lie Heutelant gen the w In governor govern Chamberlin the of tne i uj me mints win tes due to the abrasion of the coins be paid out of thc silver profit arising under the existing i measure as that proposed will re but those who believe that it could be passed both houses under suspension of and that tho silver men could i ailord to antagonize it with a free amendment which might defeat caucus committee on ial situation met today and iral discussion of the necessity Ial legislation at the present The committee entered Into a 1 discussion of the money sltua Intheabsence of Senator Plumb i Instance the committee was eventually federal support out as lieutelant ge two Hampton wia United aatcs ns wltbdww lew ai too the They pocket i i i with the high A Melee Between sinners and Kochs lymph by a ilalms not consistent wita i B m Rnnointed bvvthe University Al cams rhtracter of Syrup of Figs are purposely character oi com commisslon byvthe University the Union Mlueri In IK on is rejot Pennsylvania to investigate the norted the striking miners at the Mon All cases selected will be ad slnB the system ongahela Coal and Coke works attacked mitted to the University hospital and a liver and eureall and he nonunion men last evening and in crtlcal scientific study made of DUl 1 I3 I TToll maa I through the heart and Instantly onsau CUS6S Sno7pretnsions tha evcrf botSe I riot TEaT folded Alvin was will not I shot A New I Strikers Must Go to general man serious hourly Jenkins the striking trainmen that they must 13 oeLuniius iiiuic nnrp nr their DlaccS i IQ beco and rehouse comtnls U Th work at sioners prosecutor ot Iowa war claims at Wash which appointment should ba ap proved by the general Tho late General Belknap has held ihe position but on his death it was made vacant until this when Gov ernor Boies appointed his law John Cameron to filrths position and carry on the claims that are now pend Fontanelle Mauk Special to The Farmers bank closed its doors at one oclock this being unable to meet the calls of its The deposits placed with the bank will amount to Loans and discounts outstanding are The stockholders aro heavy and the depositors will not get 25 per The Qriunell SoeciEl to THB ten oclock tonight the arguments in the Grinnell murder cases were The court then adjourned till nine oclock tomor rnw mornins when the case will go to the jso evidence ot Importance was developed Klopera the bogus and wife of the Boone who eloped together a few days after being baptized and join ing the were captured In Janes vllle and Brought to Boone this the outraged will prose cute them to the full extent of the Jack the at Douuqae fellow called Mack who terrified all the women in the upper part of the city some two years has resumed opera His plan Is to run up to lone females at night and pinch them viciously on the arms and Tho police are Nsw Martin brick assigned LJa bilitles about assets The inability of ihe firm to collect money due them caused the There are also Individual assets amounting to 000 above the individual The liabilities are secured by good collateral which cannot be immediately realized A PInder Company The Davis Platform Binder manufactur ing harvesters and today went into the hands of a Assets about The embarrassment Is declared to be only and was caused by the strin gency of the money Banker Pitttyman arand jury thtatceruon indicted Banker Pretty man whose bank went to the wall a short time and against his on charges of and for their arrest was at onco The basis of the indictment the receipt of money from the depositors after the insolvency of the bank was Pettyman was subsequently into Cashier Johnson was also taken into custody and later released on The assets of the lumber company and Prattymans estate are scheduled today by the assignee at Settled With 1 heir who failed some two weeks have settled with their creditors payable in twelve and eighteen Commission Merchant grain and commission assigned today with liabilities of assets the pound rates car load A Master Defrander men are still laying for A Noteworthy Oie Kimtatt While columns of the Graphic are open to any and all unobjectionable yet it is quite impossible for us to speak knowingly of the merits of the various articles of merchandise ad Particularly is this true of patent But there are excep tions occasionally and a noteworthy ex ception is the celebrated Chamberlains Cough This now universally known medicine has been the Graphic for four or five years but not until recently had wo any personal knowledge of its wonderfnl which has come about through the f vailing Influenza and the stubborn I that has so often attended In the f I writers family the medicine has f eral occasions this winter cured a I that baffled any and all other and the number of families In and In which this remedy been used with like and ts value as a specific for olds ot every if A Curious ions complication has arisen in the of Governorelect of I Ie was born In Ireland In 1S34 and cametf o this city his father whena boySI n The father filed notice ot hlsj becofie a bnt ake out final pipers until NovenT The son did not take out lere and it Is stated he never naturalized in Tho provide that where a father Is Ized his sons under twentyone age are In father filed his declaration did not take out final Normandy for He foutht negro tes bit The paper says ite t Ireland to red wirr In several so ith pacific Before was one of the richest mense ntations tnai tto set tho HeiedtoDavlttand and Is fighting with to Tlec 12 The Irish Par issned an address in not seeking to of conscience they feel It a du y o to ask that interest or continues Killed by Falllns winds tnis morning a twostory high brick by i Strike who was the master mind of the WorkMacfarlanePfelfferDnngan syndi cate it is wrecked the Bank of and the American house in course of erection was bown Life Insurance was arrested r I nn a warrant sworn out by a district by Dam Ella defaultof was thirteenyearold daughter was killed Warrants were al so sworn Snmed the and Dec Alliance and holding the worn In the Clenwood iarnealo Out ol physician of Mrs Andrew Carnegie today an nounced that that lady is now ont of national all by the rain ot the two The Arkansas FOM Dec 12 Sirs John I Three Women to Plerces or have no Cnrfs com Dropped Special to The DES P aged while out hnnt ng yesterday with his brotherinlaw dropped dead without any signs of 111 The coroner finds It was hear Barn aud Contents Special to The LAKE DecI Nbtty one mile south of burned last night and sixteen heado a lot of farm and unthreshed flax were lost Tha Beiiton County AKrlcuHnral AmoeU Special to THB the annual meeting of the stockholders of the Ben ton County Agricultural held the secretarys report showed vv JCOn inl Klnley bill went bought very heavily clal stringency has doubt their ability 1 ot the bonded required by money of merchants t   

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