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   Carroll Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 21, 1900, Carroll, Iowa                                THE HERA FEBRUARY 21t THECARROLLHERALD CAKROLL The population of the United frhich was about in Washing tons ia now The largest city in the country Phil had while it now lias or New then with has then a hunt Ing ground tor with no place on the map until a fourth of century after Washingtons has more population now than was between the Jotomao nnd the countrys southern tine at that The states of New York and Pennsylvania have each at many more inhabitants than the entire United States had 100 years 1 9 i The London Doily Mail recently re ferred to the Salisbury ministry as our national agglomeration of an which was being1 advised by experts also There is some ground for former quotation at as this will show Lord Salis bury is 70 years old duke of Devon 07 Viscount 77 Lord 75 Sir ill Sir White 58 Cham 64 Lord GO and Lord Archibald the famous war lias been reported sev eral times to be lit the point of but now it is even denied that he is seriously usually vigorous constitution has naturally been under mined by advancing nnd the strain of his active and venturesome but he is comparatively well and spends much time preparing his rem i i Catherine Smith has filed suit jigainst the city of for for damages sustained by habitual drunkenness of her hus she is due to the fact that the city permitted saloons to be run in violation of the The proprietors of nil the drinking places in the town and the owners of the in which they are locatec are made party i When first Corea was represented in the diplomatic corps at Washing ton her minister and his attendants wore the quaint oriental garb of their from which they never de This season the Corean min ister makes his afternoon social calls in irreproachable western sortorin lieand his attaches being among the best dressed men at the James Drummond win was the only mirviving sister of Bar oness and who diet recently at her Stodham Park was older than th being in lier D4th Laity BurdettCoutts is now the only repre tentative of the family of Sir Franc fifth wlilc consisted of one son and five daugl Field Marshal Lord Roberts is not without his one of the notable being his mortal terror of One of the first messages of he received after his son was killed in South Africa was from the exEmpress recalling lipw the general had given her a sprig lit flowers from the spot where the prince imperial fell in the Zulu Daniel the bunker and mine owner of has given to George Boss cashier of the First National bank of Den and to Thomas the cashier of the same tokens of his About a year sigo Mollatt took the bond waiter of the Fifth Avenue hotel of New York on a trip to IN THE IOWA rocccaings of the Iowa House and Des the houso 10 normal school bill to establish throe ew state normal schools was a special The committee had reported tho 111 for containing a provision hat the schools should be located by olnt ballot of the legislature after the aasage of the As Boon as it cnma p Byern offered an amendment to cut single This was 61 Then a substitute was offered by War of to provide that the school or the blind at Knoxvllle be converted nto a normal The bill was romptly referred to the committee on ormul schools and made a special order or The bill by Kendall to require eonl mining companies to pay for the mining f slack passed with only four negative Paynes bill givingminers the first lien n mining property as security for wages Secretary of Agriculture James Wll on was present and was invited to ad ress the He spoke toll ng the members that there In such a miand as never was known before for rained and educated and urged hut the legislature could make no wiser nvestment than In liberal treatment of he agricultural college at In the senate the bill by Hnzelton CATTLE SUFFER FROM BITES OF MAD DOGS Become Suddenly Crazed and Un manageable and Shortly Afterwards ROLAND RESIDENTS WROUGHT UP Milk Prom AITeutcd Herds Will Ufl Condemned Until Fiirthor IIIVCH Velerliiiirlnii on the just north of here are considerably wrought up over the facts developing State Veterinarian Stalk er tn thn fnrm of drew in the senate me bill uy lo Tiie llm ftlo vhlch had been debated u good share of 3ome days ago I s cattle ne he time for three wus mm dvinir in a particularly niysten The bill to provide for examination of manner as lid also those of bis uttle us a safeguard against tuberculu ur ils was again taken and most of the two 1 lie sesKlon was devoted to speechmnUlne would become nml igainst Senator Eaton made a speech j unmamigcnblc vhlch brought down the He said lliei n opposition to the bill that It was Infor a few days would 1 umssoi ended to furnish good positions to un I Stalker was telegraphed was irmy of veterinarians who would be it Shaw ilred by the state to make the lit In the event of the passage of such IL was appealed to and Lrcueshoi us he I can look forward to the spectacle of an army of mounted veterinary policemen clad In buckskin nnd riding bucking bronchos up and lown the state lines between Iowa ami Missouri nnd lovru and each armed with a repeating tuberculosis test ind seeking for any stray cows which le may subject to his The scien tists themselves are today quarreling na o whether there In any merit In this est or any serious danger of tuberculosis selng transferred from animals to md am opposed to the The bill was not disposed but went At the afternoon sessions the Pioneer Lawmakers association visited both houses of the legislature In a Speeches were made nnd reminiscences of former days In the legislature re Des Febl the house the Biker to exempt personal earn was at cincc dispatched to After examining and Inquiring into the oasu lie pronounced the trouble us arising from the bite of a dog with Home weeks ago i log be longing to Twedt showed signs of be ing mad by biting stock and before he was killed succeeded in biting a couple of From this ease has arisen the rabies in the cattle ami is feared that the mad ilogs depredations have gone larther than was first Until Uir thcr investigation and developments the milk from the afflicted herds will lie Green Runner bus lost several head of calves from some disease not un AFFIRMS United Stnles Court of Appeals Opin ion In it ceil e SnvliiRRBitnk Itoek dispatches from Louis announce the United States circuit court ol appeals in an opinion written by affirmed the ruling of Judge Oliver of in the case of the Keene Savings bank iigninst lyon The action wus to recover on bonds issued by the amounting to a little less than The defense wus that the issue occurred after the county had exceeded its indebt This decision established the reposition that county is liu de for nil of its outstanding ex ept an issue of dated May These are still in lie ruling is a great victory for the The ease was originally tried in ioux City before ouuty appealed and the matter came ip for argument before the circuit inirt of appeals December TRAIN CREWS Save Their Mvcs in Illinois Central Head Mud headend ollision on the Illinois Central one uile of this morning it between two resulted in u big loss to rolling The train crews and thus saved their cause was in nistaking an FOUR Ings to the amount of 8 per week from I vetcrinar The and to sublcct all other neistood IOLIU state veterinary surgeon has been notified and the case will be investi AllCHBISHOlHENNK9SY Buffers Another Stroke of Apoplexy and Condition In Ilennessy is reported to have suftercd mother stroke of similar to that with which be was attacked a At the Episcopal residence night it was stated his condition was but not Pastor Albert one of the prominent Lutheran preachers in has arrived in Washing ton for the purpose of interesting the clergymen and laymen in n movement to erect u memorial church as a monument to Protestant ism at a little town on the near where the reform ation actually Florence famous as tlie first war has written a letter in which she agrees with Governor Utoosevelt in the desirability of un oc casional war as means of develop ing She contends that war is an excellent means of bringing uen to the fore nnd ijaaking heroes of many who would otherwise be use less to the Harrisons maiden speech in the senate was n eulogy like Senator The subject was General then re cently Harrison sub mittcd Ills manuscript to Senator telling him to strike out should be Not a said after reading it Three Yale George SS and Ilcm exhibited bravery in con nection with the outbreak of the bu bonic plague at As the story is fold in the Yale Alumni they entered the Chinatown district lo seurch for victims of the plague and to enforce sanitary regu From Melbourne comes the new Lord on the eve of re tiring from ollice as governor of Vic mounted an Kpiseopul pulpit nnd preached a sermon to the emigre Lord llrassey is coining boini on the famous old yacht The Krueger projected a is famous for two reasons the artist was darinf enough to perpetuate the tall hut because the lop uf tin liaf is mid is to be kept lillei with su that the little birds niiiV have a This is th thoughtful idea of General Miles keeps liis gooi by prudice Wherever he may be cuwhatever I In weiither i morning never pusses bn lie takes a brisk and to subject all other earn ings to was taken The ways and means committee had reported it for Indefinite It was re ferred back to the committee for the elimination of objectionable Tho opponents of the measure attempted to prevent this and to have the din posed of at once on the By a vote of 66 to after a sharp It was referred back to the Byers led the debate against the Kendalls bill to pay miners for slack taken out with coal was but not patsed going over till tomor The committee on constitutional amend ments reported the resolution to amend the constitution In favor of woman Blake introduced a bill to encourage the manufacture of beet sugar by exempting sugar plants from In the senate the special assessment providing for a system oC assess ing for the cost of street were under discussion nearly tho entire Senator Healy ottered an amend ment which provides for the appoint ment of a commission of two supreme judges and three district Judges to pre pare rules relating to the making ot all Concurrence of four mem bers of the commission shall be necessary to give Its rules The commis sion shall meet within twenty days after the passage of the bill and shall com plete Its work within ninety days there The rules as adopted shall be printed nd An appropriation of made for the expenses of the enator Healy explained his belief that ila plan will be much better thun to ndertake to pass legislation in the subject Is strictly a judicial he amendment went over till tomorrow Ithout Des houso oncurrent resolution to adjourn March came up 111 the scniitc this morning and ussed by a vote of M Lo Senators iarrlmun and Lewis both Hied motions so that It can be recalled ud amended ut any The forenoon wus In the sen to the bill by Bull relating to duties f administrators of it provides hat the iidmlnlstiutor or executor hen an estate has been converted into tiny their shares to all heirs whose ddresses ho knows und turn the balance ver to the county The present iw It all to be turned Iji to the to be by him There as sharp opposition to changing ti law hathas been In force nearly two guner and the bill llnally passed by a are constitutional In the house the bill by Prentls to pro that not all the superintendents of nsane asylums shall be of the same chool of medicine wus debuted long and Prentls Is a homeopath and ntroduced his bill In the Interests of that This is the third session in which le has been defeated in this every allopathic physician in the louse spoke against the Byers nnd Stewart sup orted it In their and on the the bill was 53 to A concurrent resolution was passed irovldlng for adjournment of the session omorrow at 11 oclock in order that the members of the two bodies may call on overnor Larrabee and congratulate him n his long career of public which will end tomorrow with his retlre nent from the board of In the Hubbard presented a bill legalize the acts of those saloon men vho have conducted their business under letltlons of consent filed prior to July and granting them immunity till July in order that they may secure new In the house Ayers introduced i very similar Des senate this norning IUIHHIH thu bill tor a tenth of a nlll tax for tive years for buildings for he state agricultural A similar bill for the state university las already passed the and both fvlll be passed by tho Representative Warrens bill giving dls rlct judges power lo appoint low appointed by which had jussed the wus Indefinitely post poned by the senate this Among the important bills introduced n the senate were By appropriating for mon iinents for Iowa regiments on the Shiloh By requiring all life Insurance ompanltS and associations to Issue poll nonforfeltable after two By providing for appointment it three deputy dairy commissioners to xtter enforce dairy By making persons who sell or lve llciuor to minors subject lo he pen iltles of the prohibitory 13y repealing the law making a who u lire liable for all thu iumage thai may liy consolidating the state li brary and historical mong Ih the On Admiral Deweys return fron cast Ijidiii siimc yenrs iigo lie was up rated nil ill Malta for an abscess o the Speaking if iliis the otlie day he said When 1 consider huv much of me WHS cut mviiy I think i was lint there is run havent euuiigh Jive left Hi be btliuns Dartmouth college will year a celebration nf the have uex eenfenuia uuniversury of the graduation uf Dan lei Webster from the Jn feature of the pvlebrntion will be th collection nf for new build and GIGANTIC Bell Telephone Cunipnny Absorbing Independent gigantic movement has been organized and is fostered by the Hell Telephone com pany of Iowa to gradually absorb all Ihe independent systems in the thentie information was received icre to Hie effect the Hell com Miny has been engaged for nearly i rear in buying interests in the iurious of whicli there are ovei and that they eventually intend lo absorb all city and toll managers of a number of these lines Inive become of am I hey iue at work forming an alliance liV which thev expect to be able tt the The Hell com jiiiny lilts already obtained possessioi if toll lines of the Otlimiwn coin seriously crippling the plnnl is lied up on iiidepend lines in I mid it will mil limy promoters if the Hell company i baltli royal belxvecn telephone coinpanics i liromised for the city elections in tin three The Hell companies him majority in the councils of Itoek Is land and Maline and there is a Ilemcnt of that nature in the port TAVO independent com liimies are trying to The manager of the TriCily Mutual ionipiuiy said there would soon be be gun one of Ihe greatest newspaper tutnpaigns this part of Ihe coun ry ever saw in city WILJj SUHVK TWO RELIEF FORGE HAS REACHED KIMBERLEY General French Arrived at the Dia mond City Thursday OFFICIAL REPORT FROM ROBCSTS Iincouic IMspntuti Merely Announc ing the Kiilriince of I he Urltlnlt Nothing In to a i Panics at IicMars Arc Miss Kinma daughter of and An on residing near mil Frank Dominie were united in mirriage yesterday morning losephs Father Meis of Miss Mary lleisel and John were married at Josephs church Yesterday Father IJolfei They are children of well mown old the groom being he son of proprietor of Der LeMurs Miss Emma daughter of mil Herman and Gustuv of Stunton were united in murriiigS lit the German Lutheran Hartmaii of They are members of old settler families und upwards of 00 quests attended the reception nt the home of the brides well warmed and nicely were erected to contain the overflow of guests from the spacious iliss Josephine Deters nnd Henry were married Jo sephs Father Meis of Eighty families attended the wedding festivities at the home of and Bernard Deters east of Old Residents Henry Kltick one of the old died of pneumonia at the age of He was a native of Germany and came to United States in was married to Miss Minna Kieke in 1S50 and lived Cedar for twentyfour He came to LeMars in He was the father of Kluckholm and fatherinlaw of the leading dry goods ot this The funeral will be held at the German church tomor row at were By requiring that all the su premo judges shall in DCS ind allowing each one a yearextra ju lhat MISSING GIRL IS ol 1ellH Koiiianlio Story olWeeks Traveling in Oli I he girl who disappeared from bus been Uiculed nl lled the home of Martin She Iclls i niiiianlic story of weeks of travel in box cars throughout south ern SALOONS VOLUNTARILY Will Not Itiopcn at Ilex Coi Thirty Des The hoard this morning gave aldiui men thirty days In prove their ictilinn valid and answer charges ot fiiiud raised by the pen The saloons will voluntarily close ill March pending PiiHNml by Iliu reichstug to without passed the third nf the Tonga und Zaa cibur Despcriuld Iiovclaiid Con nlulle Council par tial expiation for his crime of deliber ately shooting and seriously wound ingConstable Hurdin of und for shooting ut Officers Albro and the des perado and will spend the iicxt two years as one of Sheriff Cous ins boarders at the county This was the sentence imposed upon him in the district court by Judge after overruling the motions for new trials lilcd by His Iiaml president of the Kehange bank of and the Bank ut has completed one of the largest land pur chases ever made in Cuss lie the What ley farm of 1SII in IJrighton for Oppose Duly on Iowa Iowa livening Iress composed of publishers of evening in convention adopted resolu tions without lisseiil setting forth the oppressions of the paper trust mid culling on congress tu pass legislation lo remove the tariff duty on paper so Hint competition may reduce I lie The resolutions stale that they repre sent all parlies mill political lliiijrliirK AVIIV in Theodore of ami wife of the Inincrny burglar who is mmin were arrested lit Ihe Jidclcwell house by Marshal inf ill h while they were occupying the same The arrests were made oil complaint if Couiily Atlnr nev They brought hclore the grand which is in ses and Imhli Irimde for prnstiliition and Linda fur Ijiciikiiig mill entering her Slino Workers Accept DCS Iowa Mine in their convention yes lifter lo nt eepf Ihe terms uf the Mine Operators association fur u joint conference Fell iiiary to the schedule for 1 he year from April The miners had on Hie previous day declared they jwniild have the Joint conference yes terday or not at lint when the up ernlors positively refused to meet afl er the Illinois conference had fixed a scale hut state the Workers gave The prospects of trouble is grcittly diminished by this liurKlnrs DIakc liig Cedar IJurg lars entered the dry goods store o John Tii ft mid stole wnrth of silUs and mid csenpei leaving any clue to Ilieii was evidently the work The robbers tooK nothing the best throw ing cheap silks to one side neith er did they take any of the remnants Industrial Ituildini Tin industrial school which con tains o Ihe hospital for the burned with all the about partly covered by in The origin of the tire is i There was great excitemen among the patients in the main build Hardware Moils DCS The an nual convention of the Iowa ilelni Dealers association openei yesterday with Iresident Cole ii the About members wer Addresses were made by Sen iitor Ienrose of Xorri of Cedar Uu Hrclesford nt Frank Anderson of Web ster and lluber of Will The lights will continue to burn in Burlington in spite of the fact that the city is un able to pay the January and February Manager Walsh says satisfac tory arrangements will bu made with the by which the amounts due will be secured For future war his afternoon received ii dispatch Tom Lord Iloberts dated Following from received his morning M have completely dis icrsed the enemy from southern of from Alexandersfonleiu ind am now going to occupy their Have captured enemys auger and depot supplies and supplies of ibout twenty of all ranks iitnberley is Ihcrrful iind A DiHpntch From Kiel A dispatch from Kief river says FrHiiflis division seized three drifts on Modder At the third drift he Boers were fairly strongly en French bnmbimlcd them ind drove them Today lie in the direction of a hill within eight miles of that The American ship Seawileh has ur rived tit Marqnez with 800 tons of She evaded the British warships until within the threemile Wires Open to Xew Commer cial company this afternoon scut that telegrams can now be accepted for South Hrltlult Outside of Orange Free is now in possession of the Yesterday small cavalry patrol entered the and found full of includ ing several British from The pluce was only occupied by a small which fell buck before the lifter n of A battery of artillery shelled the envi rons n ltd drove the lust of the Boers Karly this morning a large force of Boers from Colesburg attacked a con voy of 200 wagons at REJOICES KNERAL rite Commander of the Khnberley Jtelief The Boers which the British now Hub erts is in excellent health and ihe hardship and rapid marching ap pear to agree with the whole who iiro in spirits under the leadership of Colonel while on the way to encountered 500 with two guns holding i kopje com manding the valley leading to a The fightinglusted all tiny ami the Boers disappeared during the Thirteen men lire repnrled missing from health of flic troops is excel but sickness is prevalent aiming the nnd a plentiful xupply of remounts ItobrrtV liisl war ollice announces that irnernl French reached Kimheiley Thursday The following is Lord llob erls message to the war ollice with Ji force of cavalry and mounted reached Kimlierley this Itnpid Uiet Orange Free in eonimaiiil if the cavalry division ami with a strong force of horse left Modder river morning for twelve miles east if where the whole division was Next day he made a rapid march to Hiit where a party of liners cnn AVIlhilrnw AiMllciiion Sioux As a re sult of the henring yesterday iielmv of the state eireuit in the mailer of the writ lit prohibi tion issued n few days ago preventing County Judge ami Willing Van Kps from taking any action looking to lie settlement if the affairs of the estate of the wealthy pioneer wlm was lulled lust the attorneys For the defeated Cana dian and American claimants with drew the application fur the leaving the ease precisely us it wns on the Sfb NKW of iu have lieeu liled for the n phcr Hold nf the lit Hill with n capi tal f cian lrederiek Alfred Aruii Arlliur Hill For the ilndliitor Ciold Mining and Milling eonipniiy at Deiidwuod i capitiil of Cilihas Hurt llarvcv lihK mill Frank if his judge of lie Sixth judicial was married to Miss Arelaiile at tint ml Austin of Ne and daffy will malic a tdiir of the smith befiiru ntiiruing to tliis They will be home about March exmayor of aunoiinees that lie will shortly marry William widow of thu lute head iiutste of Adams uuudemy ut tested his passage at llekiel and Wa terfall After some hours shelling French drove the lloers awjiy and crossed the Yesterday Tuesday the column its imircli lo Klip anil IJoni liivnl on Mndiler where a short eiigiigemeiit French shelling be liners vigorously and forcing a The liners pre cipitately leaving live laagers in the bands of the llritixh besides a great quantity of cattle ami The rapidity of Frenchs march and the overwhelming nature of bis force enabled in spite of difficulties of water to thoroughly outwit and surprise the The British casualties were JlPtlriMDRiit eral Clements withdrew from liens burg during the bis rear guard arriving at Arundel early this morn The lloers promptly re oceupyingtheir old the Tmii whence they have been shelling the British cavalry but The gnus returned the milking a fairly ac curate liners Threaten Cilpe with relieved Kinibcr liy There is considerable at Natiwpoort owing to ii report I hat it Boer force has occupied a posit ion on Iiondon maddened anil Puzzled liy Holierls there is tre mendous satisfaction and jubilation here at Lord Roberts and Frenchs those best suited to the situation lire inclined to the pending more definite thiil the news better he regarded as than IIH iiccoinplihliinH1 the relict1 of the beleaguered city of A careful study of the am biguity of the wording of Iloberts dis patch leads to lie belief flint the ac tual relief of the place is still a matter nf it is pointed can scarcely be termed relieved till it is feasible to lnle provisions The rapidity of Frenchs march indi cates lie was unable to do and whether or notlie left the lines behind him open is only n matter of Another remarkable feature of Rob erts laconic telegram is the fact that it is dated ut which wus General Cronjes advance base of sup yet there is no word explaining the llritish commanders presence there nor u word of any opposition which he or French Had Iloberts inflicted a decisive defeat on the Boers it is believed he would Inive mentioned as such a success would be greatly paramount to the relief of Frenchs entry to Kimberley has been and doubtless brings joy to the hearts of those who have been up in the city for 122 The Sixth and Sev enth divisions have already crossed the river and are probably with ISoberts at has happened to Cronje and the whereabouts of his forces puzzle the liner A dispatch from Cape daled February received this morning says The Boers are leaving Jlagcrsfon teiu to reinforce oilier It is estimated that between and men are Jioberts wide turning movement via Jacobsdal has cut oilthese troops from Bloemfon but while the British forces are endeavoring to intercept the Boers communications there is a parallel Boer column trying to cut oft the ish lines to and it is apparently meeting with some February sttys the initial attack on Colesburg February J2 resulted in a federal loss of nine men fourteen wounded and live The it is were driven out of their camp and one of their maxims News of Frenchs entry into Kimber ley was received on I lie stock exchange here todny with rousing No boom in stocks wus u sat isfactorily strong undertime pre According to n dispatch from Chie veley luted February it is ascertained the llritish artillery during the lust weeks lighting ren dered two large Boer guns iimi norilenfeldt A Sterhstrooin dispatch February says Colonel who was wounded and captured ut Klornt died February The lloers turned the body over to the British at Hocr Operaions in The Morning Lender says It was no vain which told us nf a strong Boer column in It lias been strong enough to drive back Colonel Addisons which bad been working up from This pliiee is unpleasantly lose to the and if the lloers should get there they would pnietieiilly have not a big but still a A Boer dispatch from dated Chieveley camp the lloers are keeping Onerul Bullers men The statement of Chamberlain and in the house of commons re garding the arming of natives opens up new prospect of horror in this calamitous However great we should regard the arming of uncivilised Kaffirs as an of the gravest To a rifle in the hands of a sav age is to invite him to commit atroci He has no other conception of PREPARES Orders KcHervo Warships Prepared Tor telegram from Portsmouth says the admiraltys in quiries at naval ports resulted ill the fortyseven additional cruisers and torpedo boat destroyers could forthwith the The admiralty today or dered the ships of the tleet in reserve at Portsmouth to be fully crewcd and ready for This is regarded in sonic quarters as preliminary to put ting the reserve in readiness foi IOWA BLACKMAILER IS UNDER ARREST Famous Chris Who Wrote Scurrilous and CAPTURED IN AN ILLINOIS TOWN Escaped After Heleasml From Plensnnl BpUtles to Sioux Clinton und Chris alias John the Ter rible the Cireat U in custody of the of Winne shiek county at this place on a charge of is the man who wrote scurrilous and indecent letters to parties in Ccdnr Itapids and other points upon whom he had a single Mis letter writing was for the purpose of He was captured at by the police if that who identified him from description and photographs sent out by local The there wired United States Marshal Healy what to do with their and they were ailvisocl to hold him far the time and llunsen has been iMurshal Healy is authority for the statement that if the state courts do not convict Hansen Ihe matter Will be taken to the United States Two ears ago llunsen was tried upon iv similar charge and pleaded for mercy on the ground of Judge Shi before whom the case moved to pity imd ot sending Hansen to the penitentiary lie was ordered confined at After several weeks in the hospital he turned but the of free dom evidently did not agree with for he took up his letter writing n soon as opportunityoffered A woman in Cedtir Kaplds was made the recipient of his favors along this line and every day when she took her mail from the letter box she found a letter from lluusen awaiting One day Hie letter would be marked the next day then and so Hansen made the money upon which he traveled by stealing property and selling it nnd working sorts ot confidence games upon the SHERIFF TOO Outwits u Prisoner Who Ijoaps From a Moving Cedar alias Don Who pleaded guilty in the district court at Carroll last week to breaking and en tering Northwestern curs at nnd wus sentenced to six months in the made a bold break for liberty while being ta ken to prison Sheriff Nestle the Colorado special at Car roll Monday as the train was pulling out of Belle Plaine Jravcs asked to go to the toilet Once he locked the door auri climbed through the windol The train was running Mventyfhe uiles tin but Oraves swunghim self around to the rear platform and hen swung to the They were n the rear The threw ipen the climbed over the brass stood on the bumpers mo inent and then dropped to the le was rolled iilonsr on tics ami gravel for several and bruised and from heml to but not seriously When he gained hia feet was nowhere in Uunniiig back down the track covered his man trying to hide behind 11 telegraph He brought him up the point of a took him hack to Belle Plnine and then brought him herein This morning he took him to belongs here and is a smooth young lie wus recently arrest ed here for grand but while being kept in the city jail a few min utes until he could be taken to county jiiil he knockedthe brick out of the roof of a cell He managed to get and since has been going under the name of McDon He has been arrested many times in the escaped the peniten tiary two or three times on account ol his youth and influence of while not seriously in has twenty very painful ruts and is remarkablehf was not seriously I RcNSBURG Olliccrs mid Seven Men llnvo The ofhcinl list of llritish casualties at lieusburg from Febrimiyy 10 Four olli seven Wounded Six offi 14 Missing Two 8 Officers Killed Colonel Con of Worcester regiment jor Lieutenants Joe all of ANDHEES POSSIBLE Bald lo Have Slain Two Men Who Krom the Tho Standard prints tin substance of letter from Bishop nf duteil Fort Hudsons October which Hays Two lOsktmos canie here this sum utter traveling friim thu fur lo Ml that two men had come down Iiuin the uky In a the re mains of which they had They say thu men hud been murdered by some 13s klinus 1 believe thin Is but have not had time to It Had If thin should lie the lust ot poor Andrea and LADYSMITH BIICI Dlspntob Keports Boer Head Feb Friday everything has beer The with their can have moved toward Chieveley They found the Boer position unassail able on the upper Samonii Treaty ratlllcallonf of the Sanioan treaty huvo been chansed between London und AFTER CHINESE lOnipress Offers Jllg Hla Ancestors Tombs An imperial edict just issued fonununils W HungChang to desecrate mid destroy the tombs ol the ancestors of the Chinese Kimg Yu und offers teals for the capture of Rung Yu dead or Though the edict purports to emanate from the It is evi dently the work of the dowager em whose bitterness towards Ifce reformers Is Hilda Council wus received here that Pope had committed shooting himself at bis home nt just across the border in Cass Pope several months ago shot and i killed bis partner in a gambling estab lishment Worry over the which resulted in hid had made him almost a physical his system having pre viously been impaired by fast and Monday night he threatened to his who was visiting at and his father stayed up iwito him all night to prevent him his threats into Being he left the house and went to the town while sitting on a he sent a bullet crashing through his Advance Agent of advance agent of Lyman A Chose1 suicided in this city at the Hotel He drank ounces of carbolic The been in the eity since Friday on a protracted He was released byM the company He has a daugh Elmer with Side playingin New Telphono Clarion and Northwestern Telephone was organized here by tij articles of incorporation and scribing the The starts out with ana infff tends to maintain a local and to go into other towns and put In i Probably Was Council the motive is still later i velopments tend to show that Charles the colored janitorat the federal committed and the coroners jury brought in verdict to that effect yesterday The finding of the Jury oneruteo the Bertha AloxMrj and at the termination of ithe m quest she was given her   

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