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   Le Mars Semi-Weekly Post (Newspaper) - July 28, 1899, Lemars, Iowa                                 JPublisHed. E v e r y Tucscln. y and. F r i d a y . EQUAL RIGHTS TO ALL AMP SPECIAL PRIVILEGES TO NONE. VOLUME VI. LE MARS, IOWA, FRIDAY, JULY 28. 1899. NUMBER 0 4 . COUNTY DIRECTORY. A u d i t o r — C h a s . T . K i a t l o . C l e r k — E . C. Pfttfflo. T r e a s u r e r — A . J . S l a n g . S u p o r l n t c n d c n t o f S c h o o l s — I . O . H i so K e c o r d o r — G . W . M e L - u i n . C o u n t y A t t o r n e y — G . A. . T o l l e r s. S h e r i f f — O . l'\ H o r r o n . C o r o n e r — D r . G. M . M a m m o n . B o a r d of S u p e r v i s o r s — N o i l R o b e r t - t o n , c h a i r m a n ; T h o s . A d a m a o n , H o n ry A h l e r s , L . H . S c h u l t o , W m . P a p e. Professional Cards. M C D U F F I E & K E E N A N . A t t o r n e y s a t Law. OfTIco, Rooms 4 a n d 3 LoMu. ro N a t i o n a l Dank b u i l d i n g , LO' Mars, I o u u. GIRDLES THE GLOBE IS WHAT OUR NEWS SUMMARY DOES. ALASKA!'! BOUNDARY DISPUTE NEW MOVE IN ORIENT LUETGERT IS DEAD. CHICAGO WIFE MURDERER EXPIRES SUDDENLY. I l i n t u t h a t H e T o o k P o i s o n , b u t i t I s P r o b a b l e , H o w e v e r , H i n t C n u eo o f D e a t h W O N H e n r t D i s e a s e — I l ls T r l n l i v n s V e r y S e n s a t i o n a l. E. T. BEDELL, k t t o r n e y a t L a w . • X. morclal Oolloctlonn rondo, F a rm Loans a n d Oom- ............ „„..— Uons roado, Office over i r a n l t u Harbor Bliop, LuMurs. • JOIIN ADAMS. A ttornoy and Counjollor at TJIW . Notary Ptit> J \ lie. O. Tloi ID LoMara Nutlonal liauk build- IIIR , LeMars, Iowa. D U . W. I I . D w l G U T , D nnt. lst. Ofllco ovor Haas & Hnoljseh's Hardware Sloro, Muln Struct, be Mars, Iowa. DU. K. T>. U ROW Kit, D ENTIST, onico ovor Kaiser & Dior's Shoe Sloro, LcMurs, Iowa. DR. I'. L. UUIG'K, P hysician and Surgeon. ( Deutschcr Art. 7..) Makes ' i\ specialty of Surgery. Oilier oast * ooin Bocmtd tloor. Opera House Illock. F a m o u s H u t i s i i g e m n k e r D e a d. J o l i e t , 111.: Adolph L. L u c t g c r t , tlie w e a l t h y C h i c a g o s a u s a g e m u k e r , s e r v i n g a l i t e s e n t e n c e for m u r d e r of his wife, died s u d d e n l y Thursday morning. He hud been in h i s u s u a l h e a l t h . There m e h i n ts t h a t h e p o i s o n e d himself, b u t h e a r t disease is t h e p r o b a b l e cause. I-. ucte. ert maint a i n e d his i n n o c e n c e all t h r o u g h Imprisonment. The r e c o r d s show that in answer to t h o q u e s t i o n , " I s your wife l i v i n g ?" L u o t g e r t r e s p o n d e d , " Y e s ." Tho t r i a l of Luetgerl, was o n e of t h e most s e n s a t i o n a l in t h e h i s t o r y of t h e S t a t e . l ie is c h a r g e d with h a v i n g m u r d e r e d his wife in h i s f a c t o r y , May I, 1KSI7, a n d d e s t r o y i ng her body w i t h c a u s t i c p o t a s h in a s o a p v a t . The p r o s e c u t i o n h a d b u t a few s m a l l bones und two r i n g s as e v i d e n c e . L u c t g c r t h ad been in p r i s o n since March, 180S. He was 53 y e a r s old. H r i t i B h C h a r g e D ' A f l ' i i l r r n linn an I n t e r v i e w w i t h H a y . W a s h i n g t o n : Tower, t h e U r i t i s h c h a r ge d'nffalrs, had an Interview Thursday m o r n i n g w i t h H a y , p r e s u m a b l y In refern n r e to t h e A l a s k a n boundary modus. N o t h i n g h a s b e e n h e a r d from Choate on t h e i object for s e v e r a l d a y s . Towercnllcd to s a y goodby to t h e officials of t h e D e p a r t m e n t , as h e w a s l e a v i n g for N e w Y o r k, which will be t h e s e a t of t h e U r i t i s h E m bassy d u r i n g t h e s u m m e r . It Is p o i n t e d out h e r e that t h e r e a p p e a rs to bo a m i s u n d e r s t a n d i n g in s o m e quarter? as to t h e h i s t o r y of t h e p e n d i n g proposition r e l a t i v e to t h e free port on L y n n Canal tinder United Stales s o v e r e i g n l y . The C a n a d i a n <( ovoinmenl never accepted that p r o p o s i t i o n ' is a basis for e v e n a t e m p o r a ry a r r a n g e m e n t . They did d e m a n d t h e c o n cession o u t r i g h t of such port, w h i l e t he U i n l o l .' stales offered to lease Canada a n o nm • I c o n s i d e r a t i o n , llotli propositions were c o n s i d e r e d by t h e j o i n t h i g h commission-- lust winter and b o t h rejected. T he l a t t e r is n ow a g a i n brought f o r w a r d , but with what success cannot be foretold. GIG FIRE AT O ' N I I L L , THE HAWKEYE STATE ( vo in PLANS LAID FOR CHINESE- JAPANESE ALLIANCE. H i g h C h i n e s e O f f i c i a l s Do Not l l o - l l e v e M o v e W i l l He S u c c e s s f u l - F e a r T r e a t y M i g h t I n v o l v e K i i i n - ( l o i n In S e r i o u s C o m p l i c a t i o n s. RUMORS ABOUT OOM PAUL. D R . C H A S . D . R A Y . ( JniOuutc; of tho American School of OSTEOPATHY. Monday, Wednesday anil Friday of ouch wnuk. Offln) rooms at. residence of Mr. 11. Mudgo, iui; i Main St. Olllce hours I) l o i. DEATH HANGS OVER HIM G F . O . \ V. A l t d O . .1. EDELSTEIN lluotschor Advoltut A G R O & E D E L S T E I N, L A W Y E R S . Tmnttco In all courts. AH business promptly nttoiHlnd to. Itustuubu trausactcd lu German tf < JoaI r ed Chas. L. v . Berg AND S I S T ER f u r n U h up- t o - d a t e , h a rp u n d v i o l i n or m a n d o l in m u s i c for s e l e c t g a t h e r i n g s . P r o m p t e r a n d o t h e r m u s l e u l I n s t r u m e n t a t i o n if d e s i r e d . Mail a n d t e l e p h o n e o r d o i - B sol i c i t e d . Long d i s t a n ce ' p h o n o N o . 7( 1, L O M U I B . P r i v a t e G I V C I I H IB U C I U K Hot i i r n e il t o P h i l i p p i n e s i n I r o n s. . Sail F r a n c i s c o : On b o a r d t h e t r a n s p o r t Ohio, which, with the N e w p o r t , sailed T h u r s d a y m o r n i n g for t h e P h i l i p p i n e s , w a s Ilcnjiimiu ( livens, a p r i v a t e In Company II, Fourth United States I n f a n t r y , mana c l e d ami g u a r d e d , to bo r e t u r n e d to Manila for t r i a l upon the c h a r g e of " d e s e r t i on in t h e l a c e of t h e e n e m y , " t h e p e n u l t y for which is d e a t h . When taken before Col. F r e e m a n , Oivens s t a t e d h e h a d not r e a l i z e • for a wcel; ufter he d e s e r t e d his post i. e n o r m i t y of his offense. He h a d been d r i n k i n g h e a v i l y a n d in h i s half dazed cond i t i o n went aboard t h e I n d i a n a . Four or live d a y s out t h e first, s e r g e a n t of h i s comp a n y , who was c o i n i n g home In c h a r g e of an Insane soldier, s aw h im a n d r e p o r t ed him t o - t h e c o m m a n d i n g ollicet. Oivens was t a k e n into c u s t o d y , a n d a s soon as t h e vessel a r r i v e d he w a s s e n t to t h e I're. sidlo. Cabled o r d e r s from Manila d i r e c t e d that lie b e s e n t back tor c o t i r t m u r l i u l . ( livens d e s e r t e d from the c o m p a n y when it w a s s t a t i o n e d in b l o c k house No. 7, a mile a n d a half north of Manila. T h e conimund was u n d e r lire c o n s t a n t l y from m a r a u d i ng b a u d s . One d a y in t h e l a t t e r p a r t of May liu w e n t t o M a n i l a , d r a n k h e a v i l y a n d cast m i l i t a r y o b l i g a t i o n s to t h e w i n d . BY THE O L D P A N E L GAME. 1 ' o n t l l e t l n g K e p o r l H a s t o I t c s l K i i u • H o n o f T I - U I I H V U U I P r e s i d e n t. London, J u l y - D: Deports r e g a r d i n g t he r e s i g n a t i o n of President Kruger are con- H i d i n g , but a c c o r d i n g to t h e best Information he a c t u a l l y resigned c o n d i t i o n a l l y. The V o l k s r a a d , h o w e v e r , while m a i n t a i n ing opposition In K n i t t e r ' s views on t he d y n a m i t e concession, gave h im a s s u r a n ce of c o n t i n u e d contideneo, and it Is believed lie has w i t h d r a w n his r e s i g n a t i o n . P r e t o r i a , J u l y " ii: Amicable relations between the V n l k s r a a d and Pte.- ident Kruger have been restored. The cniispii aey case against the O i i t l a n d e r s has been w i t h d r a w n , and t h e r e m a i n d e r were released today. Ciipi' T o w n , J u l y ' X ( H> or more Intruders are located chielly on this half station and on 11 itn o r t h e a s t e r n p a i l of section 10. They will have to r e m o v e Iroin section Hi as soon as possible. This closes t h e c o n t r o v e r s y over t h e proposed ejectment of t h e i n t r u d e rs from t lie Cass Lake Indian reset vat Ion l a n d It p l a c e s !) i! 0 a c r e s of l a n d open to all foi p u r c h a s e . L e n d e r of Gooi- glu H o b b c r I t a n ii I l n t i u o d m i d H o t l y C u t t o P i e c e s ' . Charles Mueke, leader of t h e g a n g which has been r o b b i n g a n d r a p i n g In t h a i vicinity, was l y n c h e d at Salfnld, liu., Tuesday m o r n i n g , his b o d y being c u t i n t o h u n d r e ds of pieces. Mucke, after being Idealilicd, was t a k e n to a big o a k t r e e n e a r the Oglet r e e home, the p l a c e w h e r e S a n n u i n s mel his d e a t h , und s t r u n g up. A s h e left Ihe ground h u n d r e d s of s h o t s were tired into Ins body. Aflcr he was t a k e n down bis body was c u t I n t o h u n d r e d s of pieces anil d i s t r i b u t e d among I h e m o b . S t a t e W i l l P a y T i i e n i . Gov. S h a w has o r d e r e d payment lo t ho Midlers who were, in Camp McKinley p r i o r to t h e m u s t e r i n g i n t o t h e v o l u n t e e r service, but w h o did not g o b e y o n d t h e n a - llonal c a m p . These a r e not t h e men w ho f a i l ed to pass Ihe p h y s i c a l e x a m i n a t i o n. T h e y were paid long ago. There is n v a r i e t y of r e a s o n s why t h e s o l d i e r s whose p a y h a s been withheld did n o g o w i t h t he r e g i m e n t s from Camp McKinley. Oppos i t e t h e s e names arc s u c h s t a l e n i e n t s as •' Hcfused to m u s t e r , " " llefuse. il to v o l u n t e e r , " ' i l e s i g n e d , " " D i s c h a r g e d , " " Sickness In f a m i l y . " etc. One lirsl l i e u t e n a n t in t h e First Il"'.; inient remained in c a m p t h i r t y - e i g h t days, b u s i l y employed a t t e n d i n g a few d r i l l s, e n t e r t a i n i n g friends a n d d r a w i n g $ 1.10 p e r d a y . When the d a y came to muster he did not finiMI c o n v e n i e n t . What his i n t e n t i o n s were when h e loll home were not k n o w n , but t h e r e is n o m i s t a k e about his h a v i n g asked for full pay. 11 w a s u q u e s tion wliul 7 ,' us I h e t h i n g t o d o , hut liiiully all s o l d i e r s have been ordered pit id. T h e list for t h e old F o u r t h , afterward Ihe F o l l y - n i n t h , arrived at t h e a u d i t o r ' s ollice t h e other m o r n i n g . There arc l o i l y - o i ie on i t . S o n i c a r e m u s i c i a n s , a f ew s e r g e a n t s, a n d tho m a j o r i t y privates. Their pay iinioiinls to £ 7iW. ls. T h e o t h e r regiments will r e q u i r e an e q u a l l y l a r g e sum, or about $ 11 ,( 10 I. IN REBELLION J E A L O U S Y C A U S E S MURDER. T r i i K e t l y a t M u s e a t l n e F o l l m v B F a r e w e l l R e c e p t i o n. George W r i g h t , u n t i l r e c e n t l y a m o t o r - man on t h e M u s c a t i n e l'. luctrio Hail w a y , shot a n d i n s t a n t l y k i l l e d Mrs. J o s e p h C r i p - pen Ihe o t h e r e v e n i n g und Iheu a t t e m p t ed In kill h e r h u s b a n d , Iml w a s o v e r p o w e r e d. T h e shooting occurred at t h e Crlppcn home, w h e r e . earlier in I h e a f t e r n o o n t he m u r d e r e r had been a g u e s t at a farewell r e c e p t i o n b e i n g tendered tlie y o u n g h u s b a n d a n d w i f e , who w e r e about to s t a r t f o r " M e r r i l l . Wis. Wright li .- rt about the m i d d l e of t h e i i f l c r u o o n . but s t o l e a r o u n d t he h o u s e al s u p p e r time, s h o o l i n g the wife t h r o u g h the h e a d . The h u s b a n d grappled w i t h h im in t i m e lo p r e v e n t g e t t i n g a ahot i n t e n d e d for him. Wright, e s c a p e d a nd r a n l o a lake below t h e c i t y , c l o s e l y pursued by policemen, who c a p t u r e d linn after a s t r u g g l e . Wright was p l a c e d hi j a i l u i l h a s t r o n g g u i l d to p r o v e n ! a p o s s i - l> le l y n c h i n g . The c a u s e of h i s ucl i s a s signed- l o j e a l o u s y . FIGHT IT O U T T O A FINISH. ALGER MAKES EXIT. N e w S e c r e t a r y o f W a r A t l e n d o F l i nt C a b i n e t I M e c t l n u. The features o| t h e Cabinet meeting In W a s h i n g t o n Tuesdiiv were Ihe f u i e w c l l to Alger, and t ho p r e s e n t a t i o n til' Hoot. T he t a l l e r was c o r d i a l l y greeted by his I n l i ne associates, but ii- uiaiiicd only a few m i n utes. Shoitly aftoi he left Alger made Ids iidlciis. s l i n k i n g hands w i t h the President in ul m e m b e r s of t h e C a b i n e t . There were many e x p i c s s i o i i s of regret a n d e:: eliange> of well wishes. H o w a t a P o l i t i c o ! M e c l l n f ;. The anli- Goebel meeting in Howling Green, Ky., T u e s d a y ended in tin- g i e a t e s l d i s o r d e r . One man was s t r i c k e n from Unreal with brass k n u c k l e s . Several others were s t r u c k and for a t i m e il looked as if Ihe meeting would end in u g e n e r a l i int. P i s t o l s and k n i v e s were d r a w n and l i n t Un a t e m p o r u r y a d j o u r n m e n t mote IJ- ice would surely have followed. C O N V I C T S ARE V i ^ l H - O UH KIDNAPED AND BEATEN. M . VHtei - y K u r r n t u i d B A h t l i i c l i u u of » C l i p p i e C r e e k I C i i g i n e e r. C r i p p l e Creek, Colo: John Doyle, e n gineer of I h e G a i l i c l d Grouse mine, w as c a r r i e d olf by t w e n t y masked men e a r ly W e d n e s d a y morning. When the men reached t h e mint: they ordered the b l a c k s m i t h s u n d o t h e r employes of t h e m i ne back. " W e d o n ' t want y o u , " saitl one of t he l e a d e r s . " I t ' s D o y l e w e a r e after. We'll lix h i m ." Doyle was r e l e a s e d by his a b d u c t o rs ufter they had g i v e n lilm a s e v e r e heating. He professes not lo k n o w who t h e men were or w h y t h e y punished h i m . LONDON POISONING CASE. D e i i i i i i ' i i l l / . i i i i n n in A I I I H U I I I t a t ci The ileinoriili/ iilion in Alaska rates is s p r e a d i n g . The Hock Island has uniiouiii - i - d that il would put in tin- same b a s i n g r a t e from t h e Missouri Hlver as is in effect from St. P a u l , making the r a le from S e a t t l e to C h i c a g o via t h e Missouri Hlver t- H .-' iO i n s t e a d of $ 5' J. n(). S c o r e o f P C I M I M I H M a d e III In a M V H I c r l o i i H M a n n e r. L o n d o n : Much excitement was caused h e r e by t h e m y s t e r i o u s poisoning of a score of the g u e s t s of tho ( Joint Hotel, w h i c h , it Is a l l e g e d , was d u o t o A m e r i c a n canned f r u i t . V. F . l l u r t l c t t of P h i l a d e l p h i a died W e d n e s d a y n i g h t . The fiuil was e a t e n a week a g o and all w h o paitook of It w e re made III. One of t h e n u m b e r died J u l y 21. An inquest will be h e l d In liu- case of l l a r l - Ictl. The A u s t r i a n crickelcrs, who hud been residing ill t h e h o t e l , h a p p i l y w e re absent when t h e f r u i t was served. MILITIA ORDERED O U T . T r a i n K o b b o r ' H W o u n d F a i n I. Samuel Kclcliuui, t h e t r a i n robber r . - i .- enllv ui r e s t e d at. C l i u a i i o n , is dead at Sunla I'V, N . M., of blood poisoning l e - s n l t i n g from a w o u n d received in t h e lighl u l l h a shei ill's p o s s e . , l i e r e f u s e d to m a k e a slateutenf, a l t h o u g h he k n e w he wa-. d y i n g . _ C n i i i l i i i n n o f F r e n c h W h e a l. P a r i s : Ollicial reports s h o w that m e condition of w i n t e r w h e a t is v e r y good in n i n e d e p a r t m e n t s of F r a n c e , good in . sixtyseven, fair in e i g h t a n d b u d in o n e d e p a i l - ineiit. Spring wheat is v e r y good in four d e p a r t m e n t s , good In t h i r t y and l a i r i:. t h i r t e e n . L i g h t n i n g H l r l k c H T I H - C H I I C I - H. Napoleon, Ohio: Daniel l l a n o w a s killed by l i g h t n i n g Wednesday. Light others c o m p o s i n g a t h r e s h i n g g a n g w e r e k n o c k ed senseless by t ho s a m e bolt, which also set lire to t h e b u r n where they bad t a k e n refuge. Two p r o b a b l y will die. T o H u r r y ' fi - nopo H u m e. W a s h i n g t o n : Otis lias been cabled send lhi> v o l u n t e e r s homo as r a p i d ly p o s s i b l e , il b e i n g t h e d e s i r e of t h e P n d e n t lo h a v e no d e l a y lu t h e m a t t e r. Co, nvlc. t I n s t a n t l y K i l l e d. A special from Jefferson City, Mo., B a y s: F r a n k W a l l a c e , a convict from Kansas City-, In t h e . P e n i t e n t i a r y J i c r e , l e a p e d over t h e r a i l i n g from t h e topmost s t e p of t he s t a i r w a y on t h o t h i r d lloor of t h a t b u i l d i ng to t h e s t o n e p a v e m e n t below T u e s d a y a nd was i n s t a n t l y killed. M u r d e r e r H i l l e d b y P i i i - m i o r u. Chick Davis, t h e n e g r o m u r d e r e r of W i l l i am G r i n , a r e s p e c t e d f a n n e r , was l y n c h ed a t vyilmot, A r k . , T u e s d a y , l i e w a s over t a k e n In a c o r n l l e l d and s n a p p e d both b a r r e l s of h i s g u n a t t h e p u r s u i n g party a n d was t h e n llrcd upon by t h em und Ins t a n t l y Idled. Y e l l o w J a c k In J l l o t t o d O u t . One s u s p e c t e d case of y e l l ow fever w a s r e p o r t e d in S a n t i a g o T u e s d a y , t h e first for t e n d a y s . The s u n l t u r y d e p a r t m e n t litis c a u s e d t o b e b u r n e d all t h o t e n t s , b e d d i ng a n d clothing used ut t h o Infected camp T h o t r o o p s u t . S o n g o and Morn a r c h c u l l l iy W l i e u t I m p o r t s a t L i v e r p o o l. I m p o r t s of w h e a t i n t o Llvcrpoul d u r i ng Ihe p a s t w e e k : From A t l a n t i c p o r t s , 81,400 q u a r t e r s ; from l'aolflo ports, n o n e ; from o t h e r p o r t s , 50,000 q u a r t e r s . The I m p o r ts of A m e r i c a n coin from A t l a n t i c ports d u r i n g t h e w e e k were ISH. OOO q u a r t e r s . P i n K i ' o c L o o k o u t IN F o i l e d . D e t r o i t : The c o m b i n a t i o n strike a nd l o c k o u t in I't I n g i e o & S m i t h ' s shoo f a c t o ry 1ms uncled. Tho c o m p a n y g a i n e d a v i c t o ry T h o u g h It w i l l s t i l l e m p l o y u n i o n l a b o r , II will d i s c o n t i n u e t h o use of t h e u n i o n lubel end will Insist on r e g u l a t i n g w a g e s . ( J n v e r n o r o f A l a b a m a Will T r y to H a v e t h e L i f e o f a N e g r o . U i i i n i i i g l i a i n , A l a . : H e n d e r s o n T u r n s t i l l, n e g r o who k i l l e d J u s t i c e of t h e P e a ce H a m i l t o n , al U l o u u t S p r i n g s , was a r r e s t ed ut C u l l m a n . A m o b loll l l l o u n t S p r i n gs on u t r a i n for C u l l m a n Wednesday ufleriioon to l y n c h h i m . Thu Governor ordered o u t t h e B i r m i n g h am Hides t o p r o t e c t T u r n - s t i l l . P u o s o i i K c r T r a i n W r e c k e d. Heuo, N e v . : Kustbouud p a s s e n g e r t r a in No. Ilvvus wrecked near Clarks, on t h e Ccnlrul Paclllo W e d n e s d a y m o r n i n g . T he e n g i n e , buggugo und e x p r e s s curs left t he t r u c k . Engineer A. I I , Heal was k i l l ed und tho fireman injured. None of t he p a s s e n g e r s w e r e h u r t. W o m a n ' s H o r r i b l e C r i m e. W e s t c h e s t e r , P n . : I t wits discovered W e d n c s d u y t h a t F i i n n l o S t o v c u s o n , colored, igcd 20, c r u s h e d h e r i n f a n t ' s h e a d w i t h un uxo a n d t h r ew t h e b o d y to h u n g r y dogs, which d e v o u r e d it. The m u r d e r e s s lied w i t h tier r e p u t e d h u s b a n d , J o s e p h Stevenson. FxOltCH IhO ItUHKltlllH. T h e r o p o r t r e g a r d i n g u J u p a n e s e - C h i n e so a l l i a n c e , which bus b e e n p e r s i s t e n t l y circ u l a t e d , bus a s s u m e d definite form und is o u u s i n g great excitement in Husslun c i r c l e s . _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ D o u b l e W e s t V l r g i n i u T r a g e d y. J e s s e A d a m s , living o n T u g Hiver near K c n o w a , W. V u . , T u e s d a y n i g h t k i l l e d bin wife und himself. Jealousy wus t h e c a u s o . _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ G r o u t F l i o In P r u i i s l i i. l l c i l l n : A grout lire r a g e d at M a r l o n - b u r g , West P r u s s i a W e d n c s d u y . Forty houses wero d e i t t o y o d, MARKET QUOTATIONS. M o H t n l o y t i e a y eH W u . l i i u g t o t i. Washington; TUo President und purty icfu u wodneaaay ftft. eruo « n for Olittiupiaui. Chicago— Cnttlp, common to prime M . 0 0 to *( UM); hogs, s h i p p i n g grades $ 11.00 t o $- 1.7fi; sheep, full- l o c h o i c e , Ifll. OO t o $ 5 , ri<); w h e a l , No. _ r e d , llbe to 71e; c o r n , No. '_, : i_ c t o UBe; o u t s , No. _, 21c lo L'.' ic; rye, N o . 2, fi- c t o Bile; butter, choice oroiiinery, lllc t o H i e ; egifs, fresh, l i e to 1,' lc; p o t a t o e s , choice new, ' Joe to IJOc per b u s h e l . I i i d l u n a p o l i s — C a t t l e , shipping, ! f.' UJ0 to $ r ,. 7fi; hogs, choice light, . f ' 2.75 t o $- l. 7 " i; s h e e p , common to p r i m e , $ » .! 45 t o $- l. 7 . r i; w l i e u t , No. 2 r e d , ( 17c t o ISHc; corn, No. 2 w h i t e , 83c t o .' toe; o a t s , No. '£ w h i t e , 2Sc l o 20c. S t . L o u i s - C u t t l e , $: i. SI) t o Ifll. OO; hogs $ a . 0 ; sheep, .$.' 1.00 to If- l. f. ll; w h e u t , No. 2 , 71c t o 711c; corn, No yellow, 81c t o IS.' lo; o a t s , No. 2, 2 8 c t o 2 3 c ; r y e , No. 2 , fiUe t o Hoc. C i n c l i i i i a t l - O i i t l l e , $ 2.50 t o 5 5 . 7 5 ; hogs, $ 8.00 to $ L 5 0 ; Hheep, $ 2.50 to $ 1.5( 1; wlieut, No. 2 , ( 10c t o 7 0 c ; c o r n , No. mixed, 85c t o 8 7 c ; o u t s . No. 2 m i x e d , 2Hc t o 2 8 c ; rye, No. 2, 5l) e t o ( He. D e t r o i t — O n t t l e , $ 2.50 t o $( 1.00; hogs $ 8.00 t o $- 1.50; Bheep, $ 2JjO to $ 4.75 w l i e u t , No, 2 , 7 1 c l o 7 3 c ; c o r n , No. yellow, 3- ic t o 8( lc; o a t s , No. 2 w h i t e , 2 0e t o 31e; rye. 5I) e t o 00c. 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X4e to 10c, ^ P r o t e s t A g a i n s t C u t t i n g; D o w n T h e i r T n b n t - c n H a l l o a. T h e S t a l e Hoard r e c e n t l y issued a n o r d e r ihul t h e w e e k l y tobacco r a t i o n of convicts In t h e t w o P e n i t e n t i a r i e s should be r e d u c e d lrom lour to t w o o u n c e s and b u t l er s h o u l d be a d d e d l o t h e i r r a t i o n . The order does not p l e a s e t h e c o n v i c t s . When it was first e'liforceti Ihe l u i l l e r s u p p l y had not been received and a b o u t ll-. Hl men in t he Auaiuosit P e n i t e n t i a r y refused to work. T h e i n a u g u r a l inn ol I h e o r d e r was postponed till t h e b u t t e r should conic. When it came most of t h e men refused lo t o u c h it. F i v e b u n d l e d men rctuscd to woik a nd were t a k e n lo t h e i r cells. Monday, J u ly - I , only e i g h t e e n of I h e r e g u l a r I'moo of | , P o went to w o i k in t h e q u a r r i e s . Most of i he 1 n >] Ml I a I ion was still in c e l l s. W a r d e n H u n t e r is not in s y m p a t h y with Ihe tobacco order and b e l i e v e s it will make s e r i o u s trouble unless Ieseinded. Tho Hoard, however, lel'uses to w i t h d r aw t he o i l i e r , a n d on t h e o t h e r hand piuposcs g r a d u a l l y to r e d u c e t o b a c c o ration till il i> n o l o n g e r used. L e M l t l ' H Hoy I n T t - n i i h l c. C l a r k Kuiery, who w a s b o r n and r a i s ed in Li - M a i s , was a r r e s t e d in t h e Chicago poslolllec, where he w a s a clerk ill Hie s l u m p i n g d c p i i r l n i c u l , c h a r g e d with pilfering from the United Slates mails. T he E m e r y ' s lire well k n o w n t h r o u g h o u t low a. Col. J . M. E m o r y , Ihe f a t h e r of Ihe y o u ng m a n , Is o n e of t h e most p r o m i n e n t G. A . It. iiieu in t h e S l a t e , a n d Mrs, Emory, C l a r k ' s m o t h e r , is t h e well k n o w n a c e o u i p a u i i l at t h e summer assemblies in a number of • dates. T h e I il 1> c l l I n n i i- T a x . AUoruey General llemley has h e l d ill a l e n g l h y opinion I Iml the e s t a t e of t h e bile l o d g e I'. enjamin H. S h e l d o n of Hockfonl, III., mitsl p a y I h e !> p e r c e n t , collateral i n - ' i c i i l u n c e tax i m p o s e d by I o w a on all n o t es moiIg.' ige. i which Ihe a o m n i i s l r u t o r . i ' mid, given by resident:! of I o w a . There is a h u g e amount of tlie. se, cstinialeil as ligh as $-. 100,000. T h e m a t t e r will p r o b a b ly 40 to t h e Fisletsil . Supreme Court. F a c e t o F a c e w i t h O n e F a m i n e . Olllclals of t h e . Milwaukee road say t h ey i r e face lo f a c e w i l h a c a r f a m i n e , a n d thai I will be in lull blast as soon as Hit: n ew Jtriilu c r o p begins In move. The s y s t em ins pul i n l o sei vice ", 000 now freight cars if 00,000 pounds c a p a c i t y this y e n ' , bill liey will not n e a r l y e n a b l e il lo h a n d l e lis b u s i n e s s . The. o t h e r Iowa roads are. e x - -. iccting t h e s a m e trouble. Siiiu. x C i t y U n i o n D e p o t t o He S o ld A u g u s t Z'l t h e p r o p e r l y of t h e S i o u x City I ' e i i i i i n a l Kuilway anil Warehouse Company will lie s o ld l o r I h e p u r p o s e of s u l i s - Vying J u d g m e n t s on bonds of $ l,_. M>, ini>. f l i c p r o p e r l y c o n s i s t s of ( h e Union Depot II Sioux City, all i ts t r a c k a g e and some, v a l u a b l e t e r m i n a l s in t h e r a i l w a y d i s t r i c t. l l i i H p i l n l P n f l c t i l Kill. - i t. Allen Wilson, lately employed on t he i t e a i n e r Qiiincy us p o r t e r , was l e d at D u b u q u e 011 t h e b o a t ' s last trip ill wilh yphoid lever. Wedncsduy m o r n i n g while l e l e r i o i i s h e J u m p e d from Ihe t h i r d story J! Mercy Hospital and was i n s l u u l ly k i l l e d . He r e s i d e d in S t . L o u i s . M a d Don S c a r e a t I n d e p e n d e n ce T h e r e is a mad d o g seine, of l a r g e prop o r t i o n s at I n d e p e n d e n c e . The p e t d o g of lev. George Scot I " M i l w a u k e e f m l M i n n e a p o l i s & S t . L O I I I N O t i J g i p i i i i l oM I n W a r P a i n t. S t a r l l i n g i t p ' o l o p i u e n t s a r e h i g h l y proba b l e lu t h e / I 'g r a i l w a y light b e t w e e n t he M i n n e a p o l i s * ' A St. L o u i s and M i l w a u k ee ut S t o rm Lake, where t h e M i l w a u k e e is n o w ( a f o r c i b l e possession of t h e i l g h t - o f - wuy of Hie M i n n e a p o l i s &. S t . L o u i s a nd across which they h a v e r c l a i d their t r a c ks in tlie lace ol a n i n j u n c t i o n . All d a y S u n d a y , J u l y 28, t h e sheriff of IJuena Visla C o u n t y , wltli a posse, r e m a i n e d in possession of t h e t r a c k , n o t p e r m i t t i n g interference from either force. The M i l w a u k ee men have been r e i n f o r c e d and b o t h sides a r c w a t c h i n g each other. An a t t e m p t I.- lo be m a d e t o a r r e s t t h e M i l w a u k e e workmen for c o n t e m p t of c o u r t . They s ay t h e y will resist and s e r i o u s trouble is r e a r e d . The p e o p l e of S t o rm L a k e tire i n - l e n s e l y e x c i t e d over t h e m u t t e r itntl u long a n d h i t l e r s t r u g g l e is i n e v i t a b l e . St i- eet C o u d n e t OI- M A I - I - C K I C I L Al Ihe c l o s e of t h e C h a u t a u q u a session last week when Ihe h e a v y Iralllc for t he s u m m e r wan e n d e d , the ntlichils of t he W a l e r l o o & Cedar Fulls llupid Transit C o m p a n y caused t h e o r r e s l a n d d i s m i s s al from its s e r v i c e of a l l Iml t w o o r t h r o e of its c o n d u c t o r s . T l n e e of t h e m e n a r r e s t ed a r e c h a r g e d with c o n s p i r a c y a n d d e f r a u d i n g t h e c o m p a n y out of a l a r g e s um of money. F i n d M u l l 011 l l l i u o l o C e n t r a l. T h e I l l i n o i s Ccnlrul Huilrnud will soon i n a u g u r a t e a fast mail service between C h i c a g o a n d Sioux l i l y , p r e p a r a t i o n for i b i s event h a v i n g been u n d e r w a y f u r s e v e r a l n i o n l h s . New- a n d h e a v i e r steel b u s a l r e a d y been laid a s far us A e k l e y from t h e east a n d M a n s o n I'roiii the west, anil t h i r t y d a y s will see Ibis line completed a n d b a l l a s t e d lu l i n e s h a p e. S u l n i x iH C l n t a u l. l l n lh s a l o o n s at lioch Valley were closed by Hie s h e r i i l ' , a n d p o s s e s s i o n of I h e s l o ck t a k e n . This is t h e l e s u l l of t h e o r g a n i z a tion of a n E n f o r c e m e n t League r e c e n t l y. T h e aclinn Is b r o u g h t u n d e r Hie old proliib i l i o n law. c l a i m i n g Ihe s a l o o n s u r e r u n - n i i ig not u n d e r the. m u l c t l a w , b u t a s a n u i s a n c e . F e l l S e v e n t y F e e l. Mike N o r b c i g , living al 1( 108 . Seventh S t r e e t s o u t h e a s t , M i n n e a p o l i s , fell s e v e n t y • feet t h r o u g h the b r i d g e being e r e c t e d s o u th of Sioux Huplds for Iho M i n n e a p o l i s a n d SI. Louis Hailwiiy. His n o s e , j aw a n i l into a rm were b r o k e n ; bis a n k l e w a s s p r a i n e d, a n d he w a s o t h e r w i s e b r u i s e d. P i i t d i M i f d ley S h i i w . Gov. S h a w has p a r d o n e d Mark I l a l l l n an of Clinton, who s ix yearn a g o w a s c o n victed of inanslaii' 4bler. llallliian's b l e t h e r did Hit- HIIOOIIIIU 111 a political t ow iiinl Iheu escaped. . Murk was t r i e d a n d I'otiml g u i l t y as a n a c c o m p l i c e. M o n e y P a i d Out- f o r P c u t i i m i H . D u r i n g Ihe lineal year e n d i n g J u n e III) last t h e p e n s i o n a g e n c y in l i e s Moines paid out $ 7,- x _..|!', s. r. « . or i b i s s u m * r.: is,- j7ii. o,-, was for lirsl p a y m e n t s on o r i g i n a l i n c r e a se and for r e n e w a l s . to Fire Hcv. Scott, t h e Methodist ubiliiol,- mg d i v i n e , h a s gone matl uml Is k n o w n to h a v e billen llvo oilier c a n i n e s . The c i ty a u t h o r i t i e s a r e w a t c h i n g t h e m a l l e i ' c l o s e l y. S u i c i d e i n Mlonx C o u n t y. II. S y b r a n d i , u f a r m e r living llvo miles . southwest of S i o u x C e i i l e r , c o m m i t t e d s u i c i d e T h i i i ' s d n y by b u n g i n g himself. Ho was about 40 y o u r s o l d a m i leaves a wife mil t h r e e c h i l d r e n . The c a u s e in u n k n o w n . N c « i ' i i A H H U I I O I I I H ( ' a p t n e e d. Two of t hu three, n e g r o e s who shot Fred I l l u u n e t t , u C h i c a g o , K u r l i n g t o i i u n i l Q u i n o y ' Jinployo, ut O l t u m w u , w e r e e u p l u r e d on u Hock I s l a n d f r e i g h t ti'uiit ut Mimoutlnu. The llilrd e s c a p e d f r om t h e I r u l u ut A i n s - w o r t h . l l u n a w n y A c c i d e n t. 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