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   Webster City Tribune (Newspaper) - February 10, 1886, Webster City, Iowa                                runusimia or inn WEBSTER CITY TRIBUNE ISSUEB EVERY WEDNESDAY PRINTED BY WATEB Term of Only Per Year If Paid In WEBSTER HAMILTON FEBRUARY HELLEN ECONOMY PRINTERS AND Wholesale and Dealers in Legal Blanks SCHOOL SUPPLIED A 6 llaori of Io Weekly Hews INTELLIGENCE TOOK ALL offered n resolution In tho Scntitj on tho M that the Ircaldont la not lcstrletoil ty law In removing and Hint Ilia Senate 1ms no rlKtit to require n state ment of hla reasons for Iugli suhmlttoil n declaringthe PrcslilCMit responsible to the people for inovixls or Binpentlonsrrom The Flectoniltount bill wiw Chase Introduced n bill to prevent Cmurraaa men from rocniinnonilhiff appointments to mill linnIs u moiiHiiru appropriat ing to establish n bureau of public ilio Houso the ilny was devoted tocnloirlciof Vlue1rcallent Clmlr Inlcl before tbo Senate on the 3d the resolution submitted tlio duy before by and tho Biibstituto for It submitted by rclittlvo to tbo rein tlona between tlic President nnd tlio Senate In regard to Information nnd papers nircetlmr Government olUcern snaiiended or inovoil to lav tbo rcsulutlunn on I ho wlileh after some hrlcl re murks by several piova only ono voice boinx bnard In tbo fubno on motion of Ills resolution tiiken from the in motion of It was referred 1o tho Commltteo on Privileges and llutlor nnd Morgan took part In tbo dihnto on the Dakota the House committee roiiorla were submitted To enlarge tlio ami duties of Hie De partment of to nrolcol homo Bteud settlors within railway limits to annex u portion of tho Territory nf Idaho to Wash ington and to prohibit nnv ofllcur or the Government from nlrliii or Ingont the labor of IN tho Semite on tholth tbo bills providing for an Assistant Secretary of tbo Navy anil for tbo admission of Dakota tvoro but no aollon was A petition was pre sented urging that the Oklahoma Territory ho opened to tho Tlouso n bill was passed abolishing certain consular fees affecting ship owners and and onu providing thut in addition to the present incthodoltaking depositions ol witnessed lit cases pending bjfora the United stntes it shall bo laivlnl to tnko depositions In tho moilu proscribed by the laws of tho Stnto In which tho court Is IN the Semite on the the bill dividing the Territory of Dakota at the fortyBlxth parallel of latitude and admitting tho southern por tion as n State and tho Territory of Lincoln In the northern part was passed by u votn ofW Tho credentials of tho ro election of Senator of woro road mid Adjourned to tho tbo tlio TensionAppropriation bill was reported and A resolution was adopted maklntr the Jitx John Porter bill n continuing special order from the llth until the Ifith Adjourned to tho Trie ice carnival at was formally inaugurated on the evening oC tho 1st by the opening of tho ico the procession of uniformed clubs comprising thousand ALMOST tho entire portion ol Including tho was burned on tho 1st by an incendiary A well that will yield In ox of 150 barrels daily was struck on tho Sd near A couiitEii brought Information on tho 2tl to Fort that tho Apache iChiof Gevonimo had unconditionally sur rendered to Lieutenant Duiaxo the month ot January the United IStates mints coined pieces of gold and valued at TUB blunder of a sleepy brakeraan on the 2d caused a collision on tho Chesapeake Ohio road at one man beinf killed and throe others fatally Tun silk manufacturing firms of tho United States have decided to advance tho price of silk thread nnd twist ten per a farmer of Nansemond killed his wife and deter the thor morning wbilo IN portions of the south a severe snow Storm prevailed on the At Memphis the ifinow was four inches at Nashville ten i and in Arkansas ono foot iu i IN Northern Michigan the thermomotei Ion tho 3d ranged from forty to fortyfoui degrees below A IUUID dog ran through the streets a1 on Mio during n terrible and bit five persons before it couk ibe THE terrible sufferings from hydrophobia of George a lad of fourtoet of wero ended on th by his who said that relief was and that it was a mockery o tbo healing art to allow the poor wretch t writhe in snch terrible Thoy therefore smothered I JAMKS BROWN and William Snyder were drowned in the Allegheny river at Far on tho by tho upsetting of a WILLUH a farmer living 1154 was gored to death by hi vicious bull on the TOUKO carp to the number ot thirty thousand were recently frozen to death In itho State pond In and tho attomp to bretd them would doubtless be aban TUB Murphy Temperance Society passed a resolution on tb 13d asking the manufacturers of the State tc lolmngn the pay day of to Tuesday in of I Tun Commissioner of Pensions estimate that will be required for pen sions the next fiscal i ON the 8d a tugboat In the river at New lYorlc collided with and upset a small boa containing eleven Qve of whom wer EIOUT carloads of imported wer ion the 3d sent into the region of Penn but the striking Hungarians pel tiuaded them not to commence IN the i tables of at Troy seventytwo imported Jersey cattle wen roasted nlivo In n fire on the THB third anninl convention ot the Intel riational Associations of Fairs and Expos Itious began at on th with representatives from ten State and Canada In i ADVIOKS ot the Sd from Texas say that ir the nine months ot war waged by Qeronimi land bis Indians there were nearly tw hundred settlers and soldiers Thi surrender of Geronlmo ended the con Tim Chinamen in Chicago celebrated the Years Day on the SNOW fell to the depth of several iuohM Ion the Od at Washington arid at varlou points In Texas r 30HMIS810N9B SPARKS made the dlsoov ery ou the 3d that ten million acres In North embracing the Bismarck Grand House Turtle Mount au and other districts were vested ii tbd andsurveys had been ordere IT was announced on 8d that Mil Jennie Sherman had converted two hun dred sinners at and oo leoted funds to purchase a saloon and pou the liquors Into the Ttw Government directors of the Union on ttw Sd reported ns groM obt at and stated that without he branch system the lino would bo bauk THE families of tho striking cokeworkers n Pennsylvania were driven from jeir houses on the Trouble was A MAN named bin wife nnd six were found frozen to death on tho irnlrio near n few days EuwAiin of was rrested on the 4th on the charge of having rawn J from his mothers bank nc aunt nnd forged her name to notes for AnvicKS of the 4th say that the cold icll has proved very disastrous to Central Ilinois farmers and stockmen through so lous losacs in Numbers of hogs mvo been frozen to Tun January tiro loss of tho United States and Canada was on tho 4th ostl nntcd at which Is nore than tho average January loss In the ast ton Ovuii two thousand street railroad em iloyes In New York City struck on the 4th or twelve hours as a working day with no iu The ofllclals granted horn tboir Huius a merchant of Frank hanged himself on the as the of despondency over the death of his TIIK Territorial Normal School at Madi one of the finest structures In tho was destroyed by lire on tho entailing a loss of with no Insur Moans IKES fell against a saw the other day in a mill at and was cut in halves from tho head A GKHMAN who was placed in the lockup at committed suicide on the 4th by setting the building ou ADVICES of tho 4th from the East and South say that tho recent snowstorm was the worst known for The streets of New York were nnd nt various points throughout Georgia and Tennes see tralllo was Interrupted by the WHAT was declared to bo rich silver quartz was found on a farm near Lalta Ross on the causing great excitement in the OWINO to n strike the extensive mills of tho liutos Manufacturing Company at Low woro closed on tho throwing nearly two thousand employes out of TUB Secretary of tho Treasury nt Wash ington stated on tho 4th that tho conscience tho drat item to its credit being made in now amounts to TUB California Hennery ou the 4th re duced tlio price of sugar onehalf to ono cout per Miss nn old lady of eighty was burned to a crisp in her homo at Martins on the It was sup posed that sho was robbed and AT a crossing at Edgoi on tbo 5th a sleigh containing fourteen persons was struck by an nmhslx persons woro one of them Two rASSExniiii trains woro in collision ou the Iron Mountain near Fied on tho three employes being killed and several travelers slightly A 1LAOUE of diphtheria threatened on the 5th to depopulate tho towns of South Ma lone and iu Franklin Films at the other night destroyed several The loss was es timated at ONE of tho owners of tho Ritzlngor Bank at Indianapolis stated on the Dili that cred itors would receive seventyfive per of their BUSINESS failures throughout the country for tho seven clays ended on tho fith wore 3513 for tho United States and 3t for Cana a total of against 389 for tho provi ous seven DENNIS was hanged ou the 5th for the murder of Deputy Sheriff and Si Mlnlch was executed at for the murder of Samuel SOME miscreant at East Louis on the 5th poured oil down the chimney of a shanty occupied by seven railway laborers all of whom were dangerously Trie mercury throughout Virginia on tho 5th showed temperature of from four to thirtylive degrees below the most se vere weather being at In Wash ington two degrees below was WILLIAM of Now was bitten by a mad dog six months The fear that he would have hydrophobia took possession of him and on the 5th he shol himself cold weather on the 5th throughout the East and along the At lantic Heavy snows lay on thi ground in New England and the Mlddli and tho mercury ranged from six degrees below zero in Now York City to thirty below in the interior of tbo State and it marked forty degrees below in Ver In Pennsylvania railroads woro blocked by huge the snow in somi Instances overtopping the and In th Shenandoah section collieries suspendoc work and schools were closed owlug to th low IN a hotel at a few evening ago William a traveling was hot and killed by Graham of The quarrel wan cuusoi by Lamb declaring a man who trav eled for a Louis house was no GEOUOE who was sent to th penitentiary for three years for partlolpa tlon in pension frauds at has been pardoned by the JOHX a German flftyAv years of who lived in an old shanty was found at frozen to death on the A large sum of money was alic JOUN while Collector o Revenue at two years ago embezzled was on the 5th seuteucec to five years PERSONAL AND Born houses ot tho Iowa Legislature passed resolutions on the 3d asking Congress to impose high licenses on the sellers of bul terlne and DAVID of died a his home on the 3d after an illness of some at the age of fiftysix H was a member of the last Illinois Legit THE funeral ot wife of th Secretary of took place at Wilmlug on the Tim next National Encampment of theG will be held at Ban begin nlng August DAVID re died suddenly in Washington on th He wns a veteran of the Mexican wa and served with distinction in the war o the GOVERNOR of on the 3d re moved oiquinuati Police in front thus leaving the control of te department In the hands of tho Tin henlth of oxPresident Arthur lo so oor bat on the M be was to look ten oars older than ho did six months Tin Nccond volume of Gcnoriil Grnutf loinolrs will bo out March Tlio sale of le book has reached copies In tills Is the Circuit Court at ChiiMgoou the4th ustloo Mceeh brought suit gainst KIttrodgo for amiigcs for slanders uttered In n recent erinan in ainection with the punishment Tim Conference Committee of the Ohio lonate readied an agreement on tho 4th nd submitted Its findings to the vhlcli ngreod Tho principal points ro tlmt two Republican members shall bo dded to the Commltteo on Privileges and Elections that a subcoinmitlce of three f each party ahull investigate tho election muds chanted and that on points ou iIilcli tho latter limy disagree Innman and Harrison shall do such decision to be UCOIIUR well known to jour alistR throughout the died in MiibnUliibla on tho of gcd fortyone one oC the nost eloquent Episcopal clergymen in the Southern having been convicted of rinking huor and visiting disreputable was by BlHbop Buckwith sentenced n the 5lh to suspension for ten arrived at Osborno on ho 1st and received the personal command tho Queen to form n TUB llritifh reformatory ship ylng in the Mersey at was on bo 1st tho sotno of a in which tho ads used firearms and Twenty persons woro DiiirmniiiA and scarlatina woro rapidly spreading in Montreal on the and in owns adjoining smallpox had broken out AT on the 3d Annie ngud while lid nto the Her brother aged and Harry In trying to were also carried into tho and all three were AT n representative meeting of English agriculturists In London on the 3d speeches woro made in favor of protective duties on sugar and manufactured TUB Nova Hcolin SugarHullning Com inny ot Halifax has failed with liabilities of BISMAHCKS policy of expelling tho Polos ins created great excitement throughout Germany and nuan block of buildings in valued at was destroyed by fire a few days SNOW fell in tho vicinity of tho City of Mexico on tho M for the Ural time in thirty Ix Montreal diplhoria was raging on tho There were fortynine deaths from tho disease in nnd a leading physician said there woro more than ono thousand cases In the A IltiHsT at while listening a few dayu ago to tho confession of u was dabbed to the HIGH water in thu Moira river Hooded a portion of on tho do ing groat iEAKixo on tlio 4th oC the Irish issue Gladstone said AHhouph tho dinicultiea of the task make It impu Mo to success with draw com fort from the knowledge that wo are on gaged In a great work of Tin Frnmnitn Journal ot Dublin declared on tho fith that Gladstone recognized the fact that no settlement of the land or education question was possible without Irish A iiiHON of terror was reported on tho 5th as prevailing at Respectable people were afraid to go upon tho streets after LATER Anvirrsof tlmUUi Kioto that titty Ulou center men engaged in tho llsbcrloi liavn buen lost sUico BY tbo explosion of n boiler recently noai one mini wns killed am seven others probably fatally JOHN a lending merchant of St after forgeries to the amount of fled 01 ho Hth to Tun Adams Tobacco of Mon with liabilities of has failed AT Now live thieves woro 01 tho ith btKluul on their baro backs and i forger was placed In tho pillory for an AT on tbo Otb tho remain of tho Into 1rosldont Gurilold woro placet in n brunzo DUHINCI a hoavy fog at Now Orleans 01 tbo 1th the British stoamor Castlo Craig ro fused to oboy her and swung nbou until xlia had done damage to live otho vessels amounting to ADVIUKU of tho Oth say that several poo pelsons in tho City of Mexico have dle from nxposuro to tho unusually col weather prevailing in that deaths from cholera occurred a on tho and Krank uaphown of prominent Cincinnati woro sho dead by a posse of men n few days ngo n Oukdalo on suspicion thn thoy woro Tho event has cause great IJorcoTTiNd Is being practiced by th Knights of Labor against Wio Kansas Btat Tun livery stable of Azor u wus destroyed by a incendiary llro early on tho morning of th Fifteen horses perished In tho llamoi IT wns reported on tho Ith that durln tho rocont storm and cold weather in Toxu about two hundred thousand hnud of cattl perished in tbo upper panhandle country Till Chinamen wero on the 7th boln driven out of Tho CcdcBlla woro marched to tho wharf and put o board vessels for Bun Tho sltun ntlon wus doomed KO grave that tho mayo of Seattle naked tho aid of United State Bo is tho danger of n flood a Washington when tho ico In tho Potoma molts that over ono hundred merchants i tho District petitioned tho Houso Appro prlatloiiu Committee on tho Itb to tuk prompt Duiiixci tho rocont cold weather In Gooi gla ten portions woro to AT twentysix loading cleavinghouses I tho Uuitnd frJUtos thon oxuhangen durin tho week ended on tbo Oth aggregate against tho pre vious As compared with the corr spending week of iuereaso ompHMt to per IOWA STATE The following are the Lonls grain notations 3 37J Ann Leiiihnn and daughter Mag who wero convicted of the murder of obn the husband and tn in and who fere sentenced by Judge Lewis to impris for have linen but will not be released until March ot Mount Henry recently repotted her house ilants with fresh A few days vhon brought In contact with tho warm itinngphoro of the she discovered the arth surrounding them to be alive with Tho temperance people of Des Molnos are ringlng suit against owners of buildings n which liquors are Burlington has a new social club which hreatons to drive progressive euchre to ho It is an amateur rllle and eight gentlemen with their Tho club holds frequeut generally in the parlors of tho but a long twentyfive nt will be staked off as soon is summer The police recently raided the drag store of Crosby at Mason Corro Gor lo securing about ten gallons of Crosby had boon refused a permit to sell liquor by tho City At a meeting in Dubuqne a few days ago of Hyde Clark a resolution was adopted asking tho Legislature to stabllsh for Vie three hundred or more ox soldiers with good records who are now in ounty poorhouses in Iowa a soldiers It was also voted to contribute a equal to fifteen cents for each inem ler ot the post to a fund to bo applied to he building of a monument in honor of Sencral Colonel ot Little Har rison claims that he cured bis hogs of tho cholera last fall when thoy were lying at the rate of twenty to thirty a by feeding ripe giving tho ani mals all they could Bnow in the Boono County timber is said to be two feet Bishop of toll on n stairway a few days ago and broke his right An unsuccessful attempt was made to Ijurn the now schoolhouse at Esthorvllle Emmet a few days The building was fired in several Henry formerly Attorney General of has opened a law ofllce at Miles in connection with his Arthur Alexander while preparing to go on tho stage at the operahouse at Boono the other full expiring He had pulled on one boot and raised the The cause of his death was rupture of the Three creameries in Madison County pay to the farmers from to an nually for milk and After supper tho other evening the fam ily ot of were taken violently and tho youngest child speedily It was supposed that the food had been and a female servant was ExGovernor while Inspecting his property at Washington n few days In his anxiety to see if ho had water drove into a stream where the quicksand let his buggy and team nnd a pontoon had be built to get the Governor back to dry Charles Floyd has more than doubled In population tho past three and its building improvements last year amounted to About twentyfive horsemen of Iowa mel nt Burlington recently for the purpose o organizing a State Trotting Association Committees were appointed on constltu tiou and bylaws and permanent organiza One man from each of the eleven Congressional districts was elected vice president and 1111 executive committee o nine members was Stout o was chosen president and A of The courtbouse at Mills which has been in use since 1856 is to be remodeled and partially rebuilt five thousand dollars having been appro printed for that Over a year when his wife was nun ing a child but a few days Conrac Buchanan created a groat sensation at Du buque by mysteriously I was learned that he had taken a train foi New Nothing more was heard fron him until the other when lie returned begged his wifes and prom ised to bo a dutiful husband His was considering whether to treat him according to his deserts or receive him The Iowa Grand Lodgo In session recently at Cedar electee Judge of Grand Mast er The next meeting will be held at The question of building a courthouse and bonding the county for is again being agitated iu Adair of Hardln Coun has sold his fast to of or Five men fifty feet at Vni Buron the other day with a span o a bridge which wagibeing erected over th Des Moiuoi John Jamison was fatal Glllmam and Ed Booth an the two others slightly The total assessment of Wapello County Is The Ottumwa property own ers will pay a tax levy of Victor a wealthy farmer o Concord Dubuque afte disposing of a load of wood at Dubuque few days ago Jott or his Nothing more has been heard ot him and the suppc sltlon was that he had been frozen to deal or foully dealt A party of friend were in search ot The large supplystore of the White breast Coal Mining Company Cleve Lucas was burned the othe Cause said to be a detective At a recent spollingmatoh at Os ceola avoirdupois bothered number of the nnd coliseum downed the entire Ted Sullivan and basebal ists of both residents of re cently sold their interests in a lead inin near that otty to Baiteri capltftllltl o IOWA tlio 1st thirty bills were Intro the mont notable bolnff that by unlnii tn factlltntc transportation by tho otter protection of aiiulimt bloolt The commissioners nt tno Clnrindn sylum wore ill reeled tn nniku anolhor and lore detailed report or Die expntulfturo ot iclr Thu unmmltteo to In tstlgato thn altaim nr Auditor llrown is coin ofled of llurtltck and resolution by Weaver Cor an nvcstlgation or the odlolal cnoduct of Judge rnlkor of the Seventh Judicial for alleged innlfouminco In otlloo In nuuurigrlng a violation of tho Ijfnnor referred to HID A osallitlon wns passed dlroetllir Mm visiting nmmittoo to the Ueuf anil Dumb iisvlmn nt nniioll lllnlTa tu return anil liivoillguto cor nln charges iiinile list tho mamixem of Jut Speaker lloatl anmmnond s the special to Investigate the Irown matter Welsh and la SKNATEOII tho a concurrent resolution as passed asking Congress to place a high ax on the sale of oleomargarine and but conourrcnt resolution asking Congress to plaeo a high tux on the milo nf loomurpfirlno and buttoriiic was bills or minor Impiirtanco wero In i bill was Introduced on tho 3d to irovldo ftlr local nr enmity boards of Ion to soltlo disputes between employers and It provides tlmt district judges on apiiolnt a board of four run a llttli If anil their Indings shiill ho entered on the court records with lojrnl Thn House resolution menioruilmng to favor the lloiino iln ciinal was contiurrod A Inrire number f petitions hoiirlng tan thtiiiHiind names vorc presented inking for woman A joint resolution wna altered mid to strtko tlio word ninlo rrnm thn Thoro wus a Innu and limited lebatti over SIIIIDUH hill to Kraut olmtive ol vi nuc mi upplleiitloii of 11 dlsulut or nnd tho nnitlor WIIH In doltnitely Intlndtlootl n hill tn exempt From tavatitm tholitiinoHtuiidrt of widows whose huHliantU tiled tu the or from woiutds received In tho lilll was Introduced niHkliw It un lawful tn pasto tho names nf candidates nn tickets or tho opposing woro Introduced ou the 4th piohlbltlng railways from charging ton cents oxtni Iu the naxu of eash fares nn trains when he fulfils flRyoeiitft or to and regulate coopnriitlvu snclot en of workingmen for niumiriiciurlnii nnd nicrclmn iHltijj CliirKn bill In ruiiulrn iiHtruotlon in pnhlio schools nn tho ufTnut of ulenhollo on tlio liiimnii nystum wus leiiorled lavcruhly by ttio Committee on hill to prevent property owners From putting property out nf their pnssesslon to avoid taxation was reported back with a reuonimondiitiou that It lie Iniloflnllely post This nulled out n warm illacnssion anil lie bill was dually SiMil tn tlio Judiciary inlttoo for further tho 5th tho greater purtot the session was occupied In considering tho Clark bill for roriulrlng Instruction In flohools tin the ottoot on tho liuiiuin systom of nlcoliollc hituors und The bill was Atljonrned to tho woro introduced To suppress thu advertising nnil Bonding of nbuccno und Immoral llteriiluro to districts to purchase Text books to niaite an appitiprlu tiun ur the Inwa Agricultural tn unl4h violations tif tho usury laws nf thi Stiitw to tax Chinese und In buslnons Iu Inwu to pnnslnn tho employe of rallrond iintl mhnr uorpurutinna vhn Are Injiired In thHr lino ef fluty forbidding thcomploymuntof unyoblld under twelve yours In any nhop or warehouse to require all real estate owuerH In not tn become nulurullzcri as provided byllielawBof tho United Stales to iimond tho not relating to persons making false rop rofivuUitlnns In buying und sellliifr liitnzlcnt Ing milking the UH well an tlio Ihitile fnr tloallui In iliinnrs except under their true namo loumond tho Klootion providing tlmt when a ballot with n cer tain designated litiadlng columns printed thereon In place of anothor a namo not fnund on the rognlar ballot hitvlug such n Knoll nanin shall rogurdod hy the judges havinv tieon pluood tlioroon itir tlio or und ilio bulltit ulnill not ho counled for tho name so Adjuimiod to the til TERRIBLE CRIME AT Story nf tlio Mutiny air thn American Ship Prank 1vrgtmii lit I led by Two anil the llrm with tho Crow Clark ol tho American ulilp Frank Thayer has ar rivetl at Plymouth on tlio cape steamer by which ho wan pinked up at Ho relates that the Thuyor wus bound lor England with 11 mixed including two Mn nila Those two nion stoli upon tho tlcck one lint tinned with knlvculashed attackot tho two ollicors in killing tlioin iu Throo thn only ones 01 worn quickly Cuptaii honriug the ohrieln of tho ruHhnl on deck in hlH night Tho Mauihimi HlnHhod him tor anil he barely escaped with hit life After a dcHpornto Htrugglo ho broke from bin ruuhing to hi locked hiinsulf Tho Miinilnnu buttered down tho hatclms und kept th captain and crow below deck one day am The captain dually lirod througl a Hkylight at ono ol tho mutineers am wounded him in the The ma rushed to the side ol tim vcnsol nut leaped The other mutinue then went llretl tho cargo returning to tho jumped intt tho Terrilled to tho crin forced thoir way on nnd lowered i bout and rowed Tlio Hhip WIIH con Tho crow wundorod lit ma for i week bufore they woro picked llnbbed the TrimkSi Font six months pant ploccn of biiggugo chocked ou ol Chicago to ranteni points by way ot tin Lake Shore road have been niyHterlouuly und the roads have paid in settle mont large uunm ol Inut week i Italllinoro it Ohio detective abtainod In formation which IIIIH just led to tho Indict mont and arrest ol Keck agent at Auburn and I the telegraph J Appears that much baggage for east ern pointn hud to bo triuiHforrcd a und often remained in tho bug gageroom over Trunks were opened hy fnlse keys and valuables ub Keck is The Infoi ination was obtained from a young glr formerly in the employ ot Tlio gir fjtutod where the Htolen goods could b She was richly and wor jewelry fur beyond her station in prcHontud to her by The arrest created u great Both men tur niahed the regulation signed indemnity company ol U ovkluntly If ridioulu ootilcl liav killed tills method of disposing of tho it would have succumbed to tho cartoon printed some yuniH de picting a small boy with n tin can In ills hand sttuuUnnat tho open door of tv crematory aim asking of the pro prietor la dad done lust census shows that Dakota lias cattle on tho rango and in lull WlUl A VftlHfttiOl of inv mlili he P rum iir i Ine Uonei Tl HIDDEN FROM SIGHT llurlill Ciiftkel til Ihe rreslilint irllrltl Triinsfcrrcil tti u llrtinxe Har View Om it beautiful ami itunlay The Hileut Henlry nick nmi fnrth in frnnt nf the iur and all WIIH silent IIH the ily three eonvivaneeB appenreil ou which brought a liamlMomi an nndertaker and preHental IveH of No uno IH preHent but A TERRIBLE iiitnl Mdwariln ami the H at iurllcli triinafer nf Ihe in ranser n n1 rrmniiM n riHiiliMit liuTnlil IniH if Ihe late WIIH i nen nei lllil I a a ami the remiiiiiH werelnsl fit inurl rw Tim KiiriiiphngnH WIIH tlien turmil lo Ihe where il will remain ilil the haudHutne mnuiiiiieut which in lo fiecteil iu memory of the honored ileatl PERILS OF THE A CloiHCHttr Nchonnnr llir of Itrltlinli nnil n itinifUiin Sttiinur nnil llvcti r Aliinil in tlu Iranil liank halilnit Hailed rum thin iMiilnT nnd wns Kpnken to before tile pali nl wliieh Unit luiH bitn heard from nnd IHT owiieru all hope if over her She carried u crew nf fourteen liritiHh Hchooner nnd from Ncw York for reported IIMH been up It in Hiippimed that Mm VCHHC will nil tho unlu nf Threo of the cnnv leave IninilieH in IIIKT Captnin Iniin with for New picked in tho lull Htrenm liflcen men of the Norwegian hark Tim entered Lonp iHlaiid in of Kelirnnry iliirinn u heavy HiiowHtorm and had her jililioom nnil forward carriid Sho iinchored off ICatonH neck and drifted nliout Hevoiiteen nnd IH now froziMi in Mio ico on the honnd off Sniithtown Dominion Government Htcamcr LaiiHdoiviin left for Mnlilo clpfht dayH to HCO if nny Khipwreclierl crewn were fllH trip in UBimlly inmle in hut the IIIIH not HIICU lieiii heard nnd ruiiHiilernhlu anxiety iH felt for her it H known WIIH illy prepared to meet the Htonim that hnvo HWopt tho during thn punt few FOUND A Former Iromlnenl IIOHlon rlfil Ihn Sliilo Iks u lilontlllitil la tlu ritiHon of a 1vtty Crllnlnut three woukH npii u man thu naini of ChaHeH llayncH WIIK arnHted charged with fivii dolhuH from a lmtelivpiHtiT imin named Iliiynu WIIH committed for nnd him lain in jail over llayne IIIIH lienn iiliiitilind au u noted iiitHton Major Kdward wliimu nucir IIIIH excited inleiitiu intoiCHt HiroiiKliDiit Nuw llrown WIIH retnlned by the tninily UH coiuiHel tlio cilubiiiled TowkHlmry nlniHlioiiHe itiveHtifration under joveruoi iln niadi a gruul ripnla tion In thin Money nnd aim lowed lie opened an elegant Biliti of rooniH In Jjpiilahlu and thn Koltlenient uf Inrffii wore placed in IIIH Hit Jiuciiiiin priived a ilufiinllir to hiu ilientH in tho uiim of forty IhoiiHaml dolhuH and llrown denhH liiH identity there H litllu doulilhciHthe HIIIIIII In in broken In health and am will probably taken bank to Iniliiatrliil OUIriMK In flociul Jtcmwrttl do clurcH thut dcHplto nnllHOclaliut tli minor Htatu ol am tlio inccHHiuit poiHucntion of IU Girinai tint propaganda in niimt prim unit tlmt nil tho pnperu which nn HlipjircHHcd by tho iovorninont BOOH renp pear It HayH Mint tho IncreiiH inu ditjircHHliin In trndo clilolly felt li and Iliia fad itHHlntH tli upmul of Tim Hnialle it urn nluo while iniuiiilactiiriiiK compunluH are ing dlvldondH of twonlyllvu per Aid fur view of th donttiiU of the ianpe llHliormoi the Dominion Govornmont Imvo decldec to ailvuuco ana which tho li vlncial Ciovoriiiiiont ot Quebec have to Biipplninont with a Blmlllir iiinonn to bo distributed among nix hiinclrod two hundred of whom uro on til verge of Htnrvation owing to the failure tho This w have to bo further IIH it Unknown INntr KrroAitu Uoivn tlu lilinniy of n llullillni liiMipliil tiy Nil IniunlfM Scvrrrly lltlrneil Iff Kxplonlon Ulllill lerrililintlrnipt upon huniaii life waH perpetrated in KIIH ThiuHilay Shortly aftii ten oclock n InirHt of llanieH enveloping n hhiinty near the ntilroad trackH WIIH diH After the lames were diHcovcred hum who ran In MuHpot heanl tlin mimt tienrtremling and and it known that humanhfingn wen priHumiMln n cane of There IVIIH n rush to Ihe dour and it wan forceil when two men ntan giird their IIIIHH liruting and heir clothcH Oilier miii were drngieil out Tlio vietiniH IIH hey camo oiil Htiicil rough but friendly and rolled nliout ou the ground In hi Their fnreH were blackened and lonii HlripH nl llenh peeled II horrid night Hiieh IIH only Imrneil tlerdi The were taken In thn Hehiy where hey were nt I ended Them wero HX men taknn oul nf he During the brief intcivaln that they forgot their bunm nnd they told how thu lire They had Htrolled ono ly to the ulianly in order to warm and were Hitting around thcHtove vheu Hilddenly Ihe hlove Heemcd to buiHti pen and thn llamen weti nil nlioul tho enveloping Hie men before they mild turn toward the They coulil inly bent about with their anil Hlruggle with each other in an endeavor In et to the They grappled witli eiiell and thin impeded their and t Heemed an eternity before they heanl ho crieH nf thtme who came tn Ihe They reniemliered very distinctly hat they iiiillfd coal oil IIH he llnmcH burnt iironml The Htrango manner in which tho Urn Hlarted can only hit accounted loronlhii ground HOIIIU wntch poured oil down ho chimney to the It in Haid I ho nuin whn did the deed in IIH he had u grudgo agaiiiHt one if ho and declared recently that kvniild get even if took yeniH to dn Near the baelc of the on thn WIIH found a tin enu tlmt evidently had contained coal Homo of the rail road men who ran lo the renene of thnim priHoncd vietiniH mud that the light of thu Hhanty dmcloHed to them the fig of a man beating a IniHly retreat from ho they did not know nt thu lime of tho horrible circiiiiiHlnnrcH ill tending thu The iinmeH nf the unfortunate men lire MorriH Me JamcH InC Scott JoKeph and lred They are all fearfully but whelher or not any of them ire iieceHHarily fatally injured ean ho known IIH Scott one of the iiijureil WIIH Heen and Hinted that early in theeven when men wint into the Hhaiily for thny expected for an lOHing nnd unfriendly gang f men hud lieen there before them and had faHtened Ihu wiiidowH and door of tho SandeiHon and hin HOOII gained AH HOOII IIH they entered the door of tho Hlinuty wnri cloHed by HOIIIO one from and HC and nlinoKt immeiliately afterward powder began to be thrown lown tho did remdt and thu men witliin lilted the Htovo with oily in nriler lo niiiko tho chimney a roinmon HO hot Unit Hume above could not approach ThoHo then reHortcd lo pouring oil in thu and immediately the room WIIH filled with SLEIGHING entirely liuuluijuato to inuot tho wuuU o MIOIIO who tdv uDklntc foi A Train OrllHheK Into u ontnlnliifr Fouitoon IorNOiiH Ntiilr 1crnnn fatally Accident in TiiuiHilny n Hlclgliing run tiiig ol fourteen uttoinpted to croHH tin rack of the Kaku Shoro in rout of an approaching freight Seeing that thn WIIH likely to full tho parly WIIH thrown into uome endeavoring to hold back the wldlu othoiH tried lo urge thorn Thu locomotive Htruck tho Iiijiiring luoru or Huverely Hix ol the William Thu othors will onu oclock the mirthhumid train on tho Clieiiniigo it Allegheny railway diiHhed Into n Hleigh In which wero ChrlHtiiin Danb IIH wife mid u Thn team took and diiHlied aiTimn tho truck jiiHt in front of Ihn approaching Tho locomotive Hlrnek the uloigh in the HiiiiiHhing it lo Thu oc ciipnnlH weru thrown out and HiiHtalned in jurkH almoHt certain to prove fatal to BY A HARTY The IlltmeH he lllll to Admit Ilio Hunlliiirii Inrtlon of Uukcttu Into Hiu of thu tronunml Nuv Suniito cloHCd UH long and wrangling dulmtu over tlio adinlHBlon of South Dakota into tho Union IIH n State ycHterduy by piiHHlng the bill ol thu Coinmilluu on A volu WIIH flrnt taken on thu llutlur wldeli was nn net to oiinblo tho people of Dakoln to Irainu a Slntu coiibtUn nnil it WIIH rojuclocl by n vote of 22 A votu WIIH then taken on the bill which reHiillod 111 112 Thu iiegntivo votu WIIH wholly Tho nl flriiiatlvo volu WIIH miulo lip of thirty onu KcpnbllcaiiH ami one VoorheeH Thu bill an U WIIH piiHHed divIikH thoTurrltory of Dakota on thu lino of thu lortyHixlh of lat itude providcH for thn ndmiKHlon of tho Houlliern portion IIH n Htatu under tho title of and the organization ol tho northern portion Into a Hepuriile Territory under the namo of Iroiliiutlon uf llfirdwfirei Coniiiioruiul Hill Ivtin sayn that tho value ol tho hardware product In HID United States cauh year is now about and liulf ol It in made in This Include agricultural cut or with other artlcloH which may be by some regarded UH be longing to the list of would uwell the total to fur above Tho iiiunufucttireru of Franco and formally Bond UH about worth Thulaut United HtateBceiiHiibaayH that about 80 per ot the in Uils cQuntry   

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