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Burlington Daily Gazette (Newspaper) - January 20, 1891, Burlington, Iowa Gazette. The indians quieter general Miles Buoo Eede in away log the excitement caused by few tails death. Bancroft funeral. The Battle is now on Captain Pieree abase preparing to my the redskins the new agent at Pine Lesna beef rations Are tomorrow lighted m Conser Oenone. Jan. 20 a general Pine Rise Miles a so a of few 1ujr Gene ref my a has issued an a grand review Creek possibly to take Tomor impressive services connoted in the presence of the president and Many state dignitaries. Washington Jan. 20.�? the ueral of the late historian Bancroft took pl8cj this morning at St. Johns p. E. C�?or5 and was attended by a Large and gathering. Among 1those present were the president and mrs. Hal Ford. Vice president and mrs. Morton the Cabinet officers and their wives the British and German ministers and nearly All the other members of the diplomatic corps. The Navy army and Congress were represented also. The remains were encased in a handsome Black cloth covered casket with Silver ornaments and bearing on its lid a heavy Silver plate. The Floral tributes were exceptionally Beautiful. The ser vices were simple and Brief and balloting for United states senator begins in the Illinois legislature at noon. Order for ?ow6 a Detent word to the Lodi an chiefs i a on ducted by Rev. Or Doughlas Rector must not look upon Church. The remains were taken that they the movement 01 reviewing As one the big the troops in directed against so Rameau evidence thatty. Is drawing to a close beef Issue under the the new a but Cape p Erce takes place Tomoji fire Sale is being continued i at the old stand. Campaign first Large Row fifty five Hundred people will be ted fur the first time one beef will be Tau eco to Twenty iwo people instead thirty As formerly. This in Cream naturally greatly plea be a a a urls a irom Gen. Miles is Tel cling ten chiefs doth the Galias and rules in Waahid ton to eel their grievances before the Interior department. They by ecu i Dun Agbo a or ten Mote Gula were turned in today. News of the state. Supreme court 1-hcisiod�. De. Moines la. I a a. 30.-l9peciat a the following cases were decided in the supreme court today. The slate against Moore Appellant from Wayne county District court reversed state against Richard Appellant from web Jer county dial rect court affirmed state against pick Appellant from App noose District court affirmed Job sen against Webster Appellant from Audubon county Disi Rici court affirmed. Jul Odd que Iio k���4 the Lar a Cedar rapids Iowa Jan. 20 a three Luo lbs ago George Spaulding a Saloon to the Baltimore pm Mac train for transportation to Worcester mass., where the interment will be made. Stormy Sone in congre88 keeper Here was fined�?��?T$300 and costs for a of the prohibitory Law. Us to a week ago he had paid $100 o when be left town and attempted of a Bip Hia Stock of liquors. Tue Eber learning of his Inie unions seized the bile in transit to the Dep let and now advertises the entire Stock for Sale at auction. This is the first instance known to which liquor. Selze Dittami have been offered tor Saie sheriff c Aims. How Rte i to this and 6 cent or Mill make a bitter attack up a the speaker. Washington Jan. 20.--Farwall, on of a half dozen senators who have been a seat for some Meeks past was in his seat to Day. A. A the Senate on motion of senator Aid Rich took up the closure Resolution. At expiration of the morning hour the Resolution went Over for a time a8 tor George refused to yield to Ald Icib. The loan a. In pursuance of the policy adopted by the democrats of the House. Bland of Missouri this morning demanded a Reade of the journal of yesterday in ext nso.4vjk a the House today went through the Sto Miest scene in a very Stormy Cut a Uress or. Mills of Texas charged the at Eaker with intentionally practising fraud upon the House and intimated that Mckinley was not a Man of Honor these sentiments met with vigorous denunciations and hisses from the Reou Bli cans and for a few minutes the House was la great confusion. Throughout the scene the speaker was Calm but a took the services of the sergeant at arms with h s insignia of office to quell the tumult which at one time threatened to culminate in personal violence president Ficq rate vindicated. Topeka Kan. Jan.20 to e executive come use of the farm s Alliance which has been investigate the alleged connection of president Mcgrath with the no Turner letter completely exonerates him. Palmer us Cliby and Streeter pieced in nomination on the first vote the three f. M. B. A. Member stand by their can Date other senatorial contest. Springfield 111., Jan. 20.-the Gallers ies of both houses were crowded today when the hour to begin balloting for United states senator arrived. In the House of representatives Jones of Sangamon nominated general Palmer in a speech which was repeatedly cheered by the democrats. He said in part a this Day will be remembered in the history of this state As the beginning of the end of the political contest which has aroused the attention and interest of the people not Only in this great Commonwealth but throughout the the length and Brenah of the he spoke highly of the past services of general Palmer and closed As of whoa a to the name of the people of this state and Republic oppressed and our ened by Oati Oual taxation and extravagant and reckless expenditure of Public monies and crying out for Relief i place in nomination for the office of us us Stales senator that Soldier by Wietman and True servant of the people. John m Palmer. Iff oods Robitory stale let Ais. Tue that Boha a y vhf. A a opinion is Cut incurred in toy propane no new ers. The Mailer will pro but by be decided in Ibe courts decision be versed Wood mantels Peerless end club House grates Lime Cement sewer pipe fire Brick Etc. Be Nierel Bros. Amp a Roer. Ffl4martetsl Jude to it re Tony la a a it a Vinton Jan. 80.-in the Case of to c site of a Anat , a ltd it a a a Jinn the Agre a statement of submit e in _ _ or Dino acts thai a �8 it fc�?o"1 Beer m on a a p a Aiesi Jude Kunoe hot a a be a ii Good , the Law in a pres tact tin is the reverse of judge res ones opinion in the same Case. A Clinton Man mfg a a Long by mining Clinton. Jan. 20 -nd8�bunt son in teen missing from car Btu a it 30 Fua feared harm has come to him 2 he1 let. Hia Board tend All his baggage remains at boarding Hoube. Manchester new water work. Manchester Jan. 20 or water works just completed in this c to has been tried and accepted by the City Council. Burin Bertou. Lowa my cosh Iron 9 steel co Manu Fet Othir a is 1 Ibe Mills bail Mills Babb he Mills i Bolt and works. Every description of bar Iron tool plot and some Stool works and of floes Boundary Osborn and Agency 8treot__ Burlington. Iowa boy kilted by a train. Ottumwa. Jao 80�?marlin fair aged 11 years waa killed yesterday afternoon while jumping from a freight train. The Kansas City failure no cessation in the Bon on the Safe posit and savings Bank Kansas City. Jan. 20 the Runi on the Kauska City Safe depose and savings Bank continues Oday when the Bank opened at nine of clock this morning there was a crowd in waiting As Large is at any time yesterday. Parnell urges attendance of Irish members. Dublin Jan. , in a letter to the Freeman a journal urge the attendance of the lit parliamentary party at the reopening o he says it is especially important that there be a full attendance of Irish members when the land Purchase Bill reaches the committee stage. No safer remedy can be bad for coughs Aud colds or any trouble of a he tar it it at than quot Brown s bronchial to to cd Esprit e 25 ctr. Sold Only in boxes chinese music. The musical Art of a people who represent one fifth of the Earth a population ought to be studied if not for the Sake of aesthetic pleasure at least in Hie interest of scientific knowledge. Yot there is scarcely a department in the history or philosophy of music concerning which the information to be found in the books is so unsatisfactory As that of chinese music. Even a historian of the thoroughness and profundity of Ambros after devoting Many pages to an attempt to elucidate the chinese theory seems willing to believe the first traveler who sets Down the modern practice of the Art As nothing but Crudo Barbaric unregulated noise. Crude Barbaric and noisy chinese music certainly is but not unregulated. Even the Little music which can to heard on any Holiday in the chinese Quarter of new York will serve to disclose to a discriminating ear that it l nothing if not methodical. The difficulty on the part of the historians has that they have never come in it with the chinese and there had to depend on the been Conti fore have a eruptions of travellers and missionaries touching the practical Sido of the Art. Correctly to Ever requires has. 8tarkeb, Edward hag Emain president. Vice president. William Garrett cos g Mauro. Cashier. Ass t cashier. 1311 statism is bae to. 128 main Street Corner Valley. Odd Fellows building s a Iowa. German american sayings Bank. A two Hundred thou and Dollar fire. Chicago. Jan. 28 the extensive works of the Standard or Al Mant fac Turing company and the Beldi Nii elec Trie motor company was burned this morning. Loss $225.000. With insurance of three quarters of that amount. Established 1874. Statement at the close of business july 1, 1 <0 assets. Of is receivable and Bonds t rail estate Motl farms. A spent a s and taxes paid. C so in National Banks. Cist on hand. Jas. J. Ransom president. W. W. Nassau vice president. 829.584 88 s�,849 68 1,885 i 868,�5 52 9.610 87 11,119,845 67 a 100.000 00 66,000 00 18,24 8�?T 985,597 85 liabilities. C a Petal a lock. 8 i Plu fund earnings undivided. Deposits this Day. $1,119,845 67 be pay interest Semi annually at the rate of 4 per cent. Of a Romera and mechanics will find it to their interest to Bushea with our Baa c w Imam Arr set. Cashier. Capital invested in o. I ��5#?. Sam 02 surplus and undivided profits. 27�h� 92 deposits june 30,18904w> 80 assets. W4.688 62 interest allowed on savings deposits. Money to loan on improved farms or Good City property. Director a James j. Random w. Aau. John w. John Patterson Ley John c. Power j. 8. Schramm we. Torn we. A. Torrey cashier. A Kansas Bank a loses its doors. Achib80q, Jan. 20 a the bad of Downs. Downs Mitchell county Kansas. C used this morning it was con nested with the american no Nonal Bank of Kansas City which failed yesterday the liabilities and assets cannot be ascertained. Car worn shut Down. Kansas City Jan 20 a the Kansas w. Naa-1 City quot car Aid wheel works at . Bai a Lam a suburb of this City shut Down today of an indefinite prod. Int cadent super land says will probably remain can get freight super the works closed until they rates that will permit apprehend musics in Jav special qualifications of education and natural gifts Aud those have been possessed by so Small a minority of those who have written about China that they Are scarcely Worth enumerating. A a. E Krehbiel in Century. A wonderful clock. A marvelous piece of mechanism has recently been exhibited in Paris. It is an eight Day clock Wlinich Chimes the quarters plays sixteen tunes playing three tunes every hour or at any interval required by simply touching a Spring. The hands go As follows one once a minute one once an hour one once a week one onco a month and one once a year. It shows the Moon 9 age rising and setting of the Sun the time of High and Low tide besides showing a of ebb and half flood. A curious device represent the War Ter showing ships at a High water tide As if they were in motion and As it recedes leaves them High and dry on the Sands. The clock slips the hour of Tho Day the Day of the week the Day of the month and the month of the year. The mechanism is so arranged As to make its own provisions for lung and Short months. It also shows the signs of the Zodiac equation and the difference Between Sun and Railroad tripe for every Day in the . Louis Republic. Sex governor Oesby was then placed in Soiu Mason by representative Keizer of Mac of in a Bort out eloquent speech. After reviewing the life of me sex governor Boih As a Soldier Aud statesman be said a i present the name of that candidate an upright and honorable citizen who upon his farm is quietly leading the life of an Humble Farmer whose councils have been heard in both houses of the state and National Legislatures thrice elected gov error of the great stale of Illinois a Gallant Soldier and hero of two and last though not least an invincible and uncompromising Republican. Moyer Tice Morris co oreo it Eden of Connell Bryan and Hallanan seconded the nomination of or. Oglesby. On behalf of the f m b a. Cockrell of Marion nominated a. J. Streeter in a speech of which the following is part a a the fight is on the revolution is Here the conflict must end will continue la Norance the great and underlying cause thai produces to big upheaval will neither Correct wrongs nor consequences. Emergency of the times Wlsh either produce statesmanship capable of leading the toiling Mil ions to peace Prosperity Zappi Neeland con Lei immedi by s iving the great economic problems that confront us or inventive Genius will go on multiplying forces to compete with lab or in the production of wealth while the vicious class system of door Butiu will continue gain Riog into fewer and fewer hands until our Homes will be lost our lib ties lost and on the ruins of our grand and Glori Republic the idol of All Liberty Loving patriots the guiding Star and the Hope of oppressed people of ail nations will be erected a plutocracy o wealth and Power such As the Sun in heaven never shone upon unless the goes of the a Oilme millions prevent the consummation of this dastardly and Damnable conspiracy outside of the hails of alter this nomination was seconded balloting commenced. The Al re to ballot in the Senate resulted by 27 in the House Palmer 77, Oglesby 72, Streeter 3. In Tbs Senate. Springfield. Jan. 20 a in the Senate Bacon of Edgar dominated Oglesby in a Sho speech and Newell presented the name of Gene a Palmer. After second tug fat echoes were made a ballot was taken and the Senate adjourned. Proceedings of the Illinois legislature. Springfield 111, Jan. 20.�?in the Senate this morning the report of the committee on joint rules reporting the joint rules of the 36th Assembly amended item by making a majority of the members elected a quorum for All business of the joint Assembly. The report was adopted. The House joint Resolution calling a joint session for wednesday was adopted unanimously. After the Intro due Ion of a few Bills a recess waa taken until 11 of clock. Tion in the Senate tomorrow afternoon and the balloting Wili take place on wednesday. A triangular contest in South Dakota. Pierre s d., Jan 19 a up to a late hour last night three caucus were going on of republicans democrats Hydu independents. Moody was nominated by the republicans for senator and Tripp by the democrats. The Independent ,, cosand and others All working in to cd a j own merest before the caucus. The j majority of the independents will favor j the caucus nominee while a Large minority believe in giving the entire Independent strength to the one developing greatest strength. The balloting will begin tomorrow at noon. The result seem9 to hinge on what the independents May . Tripp has no opposition in his party while congressmen Gifford and picker governor a Jette. State senator Melville and Edwin Vance Are Only waiting to see mood Laid Low to step into the ring. The republicans claim positively that two independents and one Democrat will vote for Moody. Two republicans refuse to go into caucus and will not vote Foi Moody but the leaders claim the lat Ter will be elected on the third ballot by ten Independent votes charges of bribery Are made tonight on All sides. The House today made no attempt to unseat republicans though it was expected. A Rumor was current that if it was attempted the Republican minority in the House Woad secede and organize by itself and depend upon the Republican state officials to recognize it. It is reported that it will be tried tomorrow when six of unionists Are to be Given seats Over republicans which will precipitate a Row at once the forces seem to be solidifying in the Republican and democratic ranks while the independents Are wavering and May before morning make a Bolt for favourites of either of the other parties. To elect United states senators by popular vote. I St. Paul Jan. 20�?the House today adopted the joint Resolution petitioning the Minnesota congressional delegation to support tie submission of a constitutional amendment providing for the election of United states senators by a popular vote. Senator Teller re elected. Denver. Col., Jan 20.�?the Senate this morning elected or. Teller to succeed himself. The regular and a com Bine houses also met separately and both gave or. Teller a majority. Senator Jones succeeds flt self. Little Rock. Ark., Jan. 20 a in the legislature today James r. Jones was re elected United states senator by the democrats. Vest gets another term. Jefferson City to. Jan. 20.�?senator Vest was re elected United states senator today. Senator Mitchell re elected Salem Ore Jan. 20.�?j. H. Mitchell was today elected u. S senator to succeed him Olf. Illner font in it. Or. Jacob h Gailinger rep today received a majority of the votes in the two houses for United states of senator. A Wisconsin preacher sent to the Penitentiary for raising Fig urea on Bank notes my be a Twenty thousand Dollar haul a jealous husbands Deu deed a stacked robbers murder prospectors. Ten cents per week ale meet he says is oof $20 be wee married three weeks ego to t women Etc sevens Point we. Shot in school. Perate mini pfc Milwaukee Jen. 20.�?there was an affecting scene in the United states court late yesterday afternoon when judge Jenkins sentenced Rev. A. M. Deford of her Tonyelle and Appleton to five years in Yaupon and to pay a Tine of $500. Devoid is the methodist clergymen who was arrested in this City several months ago charged with passing Bank boils after raising the figures. He was then on his Way to attend the annual Church conference at Whitewater. Several raised and mutilated Bills were found in Bis Possession and he confessed to the officers who Arrett him. He had borne an Able character and the investigation showed that he had been brought to Dis Grace by trying to support a and four children and Complete his Tubeo logical education at the same time from the paltry income he received As pastor of a Village congregation. His Case excited great sympathy and friends in a terrible tragedy commuted by a infuriated Utu Bud. Syracuse n. Y., Jan. 20. A mrs. Wilbur f. Barker a teacher at the Baa Lett Stroei Public school was snot file times yesterday by he husband in the Ciapas room. He drove to the school with their sixteen Montha old child a his arms walked into his a Iasi room and said a is this the Way you take care of your child to mrs. Barker Weot into the hallway. Her husband followed and fired two shots at her. Tihe reached an other class room and then fell on the floor. Barker put the Buby on the floor and leaning Over Hia , fired at her several times five show a to Keg effect. Barker then drove Awty. Jealousy on barkers part is the supposed cause of the tragedy. Mrs. Barker was taken to the House of the go ltd Shepherd. Tihe was shot three Tirnea in tue head and , once through the Lett hand and once through tue left thigh. The stricken Monarch. At san Franelak y is wonder Fai to King Kalakau dying kept alive Only by tilt of. I san Francisco a i. 20.�?physicians a i and col. Mcfarlane remained at the various parts of the slate interested bedside of King Kaukau All night. The themselves. A defense of insanity was King Jay in a state a it of coma but ii five intended and the really distracted Man o clock this morning a eng by Vij was examined and sent to an Asylum a regain his faculties. At a medical when the Case was called today Deford inspector Woods said that there had upon the advice of h s attorneys plead i been Little if Auy change guilty. Bis was kept in an and Condidou since joining room while the court passed i every indication sentence. Judge Jerkins made the sen Lence severe to make the guilty Man an exam Nln for others owing to his calling a a a a a. And the fact that his education and sur sex Essed toe opinion the a a decided rounding should have restrained him change for worse would probably occur Deford a former parishioners have j Joelore noon. And have a red a a a a in Kalakau s 5 of clock. There was of death but owing to the marvelous Vna it ltd which Ibe pm Lieut who display aug he might live 24 hours 1 nor dry oods stoutly defended him for his family since his downfall. They retained the Best counsel but the evidence was conclusive. Trainwreoker3 at work. A keel robbers derail the Rio Grai express and secure a wooly thousand j Dollar a sooty. Brownsville Texas Jan. 20.�?late last night word was received Here that a noon yesterday the train on the i a Grande Railroad Between Here and Point Isabel was wrecked and robbed by Tif teen masked men. They placed obstructions on the track derailed the train held up the passengers and got away with about $20,900 in mexican Money which was in route for shipment at Brazos by the steamship Morgan in new Orleans. The ships mail was also taken and passengers robbed of Money and j valuables a brakeman was badly injured in the wreck. The sheriff and a posse Are out scouring the country for Trace of the robbers who Are doubtless j Safe in Mexico. A Ethel not guilty. Rogalis repeated too late Sedalia mo., Jan 19�?ex-governor John p. 8t John of Kansas is Here attending the state prohibition conference and leave tomorrow for Topeka. Speaking of senator Ingalls candidacy for re election sex governor St. John said a if Ingalls Ever had any Snow it has passed the thief repented on the Cross but Ingalls waited until his brains were dashed out. The death bed repentance of Polnic ians Seldom avails anything and it certainly will Cut no figure in Ingalls the exp governor says in is opinion it will be impossible to e act other than an Alliance Man. They May get to wrangling among them selves but me Mckinley Bill precludes the possibility of c it on some Republican besides Ingalls. Governor a a a to to oils inaugural. Harrisburg. Va., Jan. 20 a governor Pattison was inaugurated at noon today with usual cer it monies. In his inaugural address the governor pledged himself to make Earnest efforts to enforce every article and Section of the Constitution. A Delaware a governor inaugurated. Dover dela.,Jan. 20 a governor elect Reynolds was today inaugurated with usually imposing ceremonies. Is must serve without pay. Named for u. S. Senator. M. Their doing a profitable business Here am seuling How Tho a a Spencer waa started few articles of dress were More popular at one time than the a Benoer the origin of which is extremely curious. Or. Spencer an englishman rather particular in his dress one time remarked in a company that no fashion was so ridiculous but would be adopted if worn by a person of sufficient importance. This was objected to whereupon or. Spencer offered to bet that if be Cut off the skirts of Bla boat and walked out with merely the body and sleeves some one would follow gov. Hill chosen to Suc Cood we Evarts. Albany n.j., Jan. 20 a both branches of the legislature voted for United a states senator today. There were s x absentees in the Assembly. The ballot taken gave Evarts a majority Over Atli. Toe ballot will be held tomorrow when All the democrats Are expected to be present and a a result elect Hill. Albany. Jan. 19 a this afternoon the democratic member of the leg s nature of the state of new York id caucus assembled nominated governor David b Hill As United states senator to succeed William m. Evarts Republican whose term of office will expire on March 4 next. Tibia half an hour thereafter the Republican members of the legislature renominated or. Evarts. Every state officer who could witness such an t vent As the naming of a democratic United states senator the second one to be selected in f try five years was of band in the Assembly room. Half a Loudred women managed to squeeze through the packed aisles and were i to fed of in chairs on the South and Norm sides of the chamber. The program which had been careful y arranged under governor Hills Eyo in the executive chamber was put through with the greatest celerity. Or. Bush. A f Elmira named senator Jacobs of Kings As chairman Aud the senator a accords by elected senator Roesch of new York and assemblyman Hitt of Albany were appointed secretaries i be roil was called and seven of the eighty one democratic members of the legislature failed to answer to their names. Then the caucus settled Down to business. Speaker Sheehan made Tho nominating speech and senator Cantor spoke at length m seconding the nomination. After the adjournment of the caucus every member of it and most of the visiting Democrat called at the executive chamber and the governor held an informal reception to receive their democrats renominated or Voorhees. Indianapolis Jan. 19-the Young re knocked out of time to Montana legislators unable to draw any salary. Helena mont., Jan. 20.�?montana�?Ts second legislature will 6erye without pay either per diem or mileage unless the supreme courts is otherwise. State treasurer Hickman today declined to Honor the Bills of the senators and representatives for mileage and when they ask for their per diem the same course will be pursued. The refusal of Tho treasurer is based on Section 5 of article 5 of the Constitution which fixed the compensation of members of the first legislature at $6 per Day and mileage at 20 cents per mile. It also promised that the pay of subsequent Legislatures should be fixed by Law. No Laws were passed by the first legislature and no appropriation made to meet the expenses of the present body the same Section provides that no legislature shall fix its own compensation. Treasurer Hickman asked teat some of the senators or members make a test Case but Node of those interested seem inclined to so considering the Law against them. The Only possibility of this legislature getting pay a for some subsequent body to make an for that purpose. There is nothing whatever political in the treasurer action As both Side Are affected alike. Miss town a equated of forgery and allowed to depart la t each. Terre haute ind., Jan. 20�?etbe Towne. On trial for uttering a $300 Check with the name of j. H. Walker of Chicago forged was acquitted by a jury last night and left at 5 o clock this morning for Chicago. Tho judge s charge to the jury was almost positive that if or. Bauer the hotel proprietor believed the Check to be a forgery when presented to him no crime could be committed. Two jury men held out for sense was against such a construction of the Law. Run on a Nebraska Bank. Palmero neb ,20 a there was a heavy run on the Deposit Bank Here yesterday resulting from a Rumor that the institution was in an unsafe condition. The Bank paid All demands in full and the cashier has gone to Omaha to arrange for funds with which to tide Over the crisis. Markets by Telegraph hew York Frod Cea 3s�rket. New Vork. Jan. We Bat lower May flow Liq a Etc. I a to corny firm no. 2, 59@60iic. Oats steady Western. Pork steady new f 11 50<ail �5. Lard weak at 18 12v4. Butter weak Western. 12�2�c. Boost firm Western. 27c. July shot by robbers. Dbl inks by wire. Two masked men murder several prospectors and secure Vlier Money Helena. Mon., Jan. 19-five men who had $700 Between them were Gam Ling in a tent seven Miles East of my Carysville in Flathead county near the i i of the great Northern Railroad on sunday. Two marked men appeared i in the tent and commanded the Gamester to throw up their hands. The five men refused to so and the robbers fired killing two men outright. Gener Al firing then followed and three others were badly wounded. The robbers escaped with the Money. The sheriff followed the robbers forty five Miles but them lost the Trail. The men killed were prospectors. A a quot a a methodist minister m the tolls. Winona minn., Jan. 20.�?the Rev. W. L. Richards pastor of the methodist episcopal burches at Stockton Warren and Fremont is under arrest charged with embezzlement and obtaining Money on false i re tenses at Olathe. Kan. In 1335 or Richard we i has gone under the name of Richardson Here claims that the prosecution is spit work. The amount of the embed Uve a took Morks it chi3aoo. Jan 90 cattle be celts 7,000 head Markei steady to lower prime steers f3 o 40 stockers f2 25ifc3 receipts 87 000 head prices kit wer common 63 40�3 50 packers $3 n0@8 00 prime to heavy packers $3 80�3 t5 Light f i 55@3 60.shbsp-receipts.7.000bead Market steady natives $4 0004 90 westerns $4 25& 4 90 texans $4 25�4 50 Gate ago produce a a a Rke. Chicago. Jan. 20 a closing. Whiat firm Cash 88ttc May 94fcc . Corn steady Cash 48 4c May. 5144c. Oats ltd Ash. 43yc May. 45<a45v4c. Pork firm cosh flu 15&10 20 May steady Cash f5 67k May $6 15& Short ribs Cash $4 90 May 16 86 tvs a easy at 0c. Bar Liyu nominal at 75@82e. A a tax a Sun quiet at Al 15. Prime Timothy seed easy at Al 6. Whisky ii 14. 0t Loots produce Market St. Loin. Jan. �0. Wheat cosh 92�93c May. 94c. Corny firmer Cost 47mc May 47xc. Oats higher Cash 44o May 43tf45ma. Pork Havy at 610 89v4. Lard at f5 a. Whisky�?61 14. Kill Waaks produce a a Rae Milwaukee Jan 10 what firm no. A Spring Cash. �7 88c May. 88jgc corp a firm no. I 48c. A ats firm no. 2. White 44v%c. Indiana publicans were $20.00 in suits Fob . $5.00 menus parts for $2.50. Ii in the bet waa taken the coat pro j the Republican senatorial caucus tonight pared and or. Spencer used it in Lon go. Hoey a a a a a a a a a pm Tvr oks Don past a Well known Uulu a Rte Ohio �?oe�1rls a soon i. E0oa a a the 1 Ai positively but Tais my in Lnu soy so Mil a a t come in Aiad. Price the goods. Know was always looking for some thing new. Thus the �?ospencer�?T1 came and furnished a Parhms agent. F pedal Era please mum to sum a polish to clean Silver. Housekeeper sharply a Don t very sorry mum it the neighbors was right. A hey there was no use calling Here cause y u did no to have no Silver. Housekeeper wildly a Gimm York weekly. Want j see said a in 814 be Fienia stat Burlington town. An Apt teacher. Or. Beauregard i see your name pm this painting. Why you must or doly taunt a Yea i hav Heel . Lessons of mrs. Still Yfe for three Weet Beauregard i had no Ida you a quot Isis cd the caucus met an informal ballot waa taken und the vote of the member were scat i in red among a half dozen different Gen a Tlemcen Many of the members simply voting to comp Ament some personal a Friend. On the second ballot Hovey re of loved Twenty Voes. Fairbanks nine 1 a Huston five and Cumback three with three scattering. On the tit i Hallot a a Hovey received Nineteen. Fairbanks a fourteen and the remainder act stering. On the fourth and a last ballot taken to vhf Revi Ved i i Twenty two and firby Uke ten. With-1 lout wilting to cast up the remaining i a votes a Fairbanks Man moved to make i a a governor s nomination unanimous g a which was done a a a in the democratic caucus Represen-1 native Gea Oer. Of Vigo county placed a senator Voorhees in nomination an 1 a made a Brief speech on the senator s a record. Senator Burke of Clark Sec loaded the Nom nation in toe Elf of. The i senator and Voorhees wee nominated a by acclamation and the caucus and loomed the meeting having listed about thirty minutes Theta a Partis 1 Wii Lupee their eyed Datea in Nevin a telegraphic dispatch has been received Felt m Zanzibar which states that Baron Wiszmann. The German commissioner to East Africa has become insane. French troops have routed the forces of the Bullan of ahm amp Dou in Senegal. The London papers speak in High terms of the life and works of George Bancroft. Emperor William Laa conferred the Deco Caiiou of the Black Eagle on von Cap Xvi and count in has Wieldt. Them plots of the great Westein railway company threaten to strike in order to secure better hours of labor. The Treasury department today re deemed $82 65u of 4 per cent Bonds. Nearly 60u.uu0 ounces of Silver were off red for Purchase but All offers were declined As being above the highest mar Kei Price. John Coons of Alicia Iowa is under arrest for the robbery of feeble s store there last week. Everett Chackes of Racine wis., committed suicide by shooting hims if yesterday afternoon. Mies Henrietta Fountain of Seymour ind., aged sixteen crazed by a disappointment in love blew her brains out George Metier of St. Elmo 111.� while skating broke through tee ice and War drowned. Mrs. John Gilbert of Freeport Iii while suffering from melancholia jumped into a if Stern and was drowned. Miss Laura Moberly of Bloomington. Ind., has begun a $20.000 suit against j r. A enry a banker of Gosport for defamation of character. W. W. Curdy the leading dry goods merchant of Topeka,Kan., has assigned. Liabilities $39,000 assets unknown. Von Borries amp co wholesale cloth Iera of louisvilie.ky., have made an assignment liabilities $150,000, assets the same. Drilling was finished in the Oil Well at Marion ind., last night with a production of 200 barrels per Day. Several More Wells will be put Down at once. The republicans of Washington in caucus this morning nominated senator Squire for u. S. Senator. Sir James Banner has been appointed lord Justice of the English court of appear to succeed sir James Peacock. Sir James Hannen is Best known to the world through his presidency of the Parnell comm Aaion. He was born in London in 1881, and has been prominent for Many years at judge and concellor and is a member of the privy Council. Carl Brunn the whose sole Fame consists a his having aided Carl Schurz to afflect his escape from Span Don in i860, has just died in horde weat Panlia. He was imprisoned Yeara for helping Senor. High of All in Leavening . S. Govt report aug. A 188�. Baking powder absolutely pure two a at a Goto us Chure Hiu drug company or a a of staketm1� Tamoos Remote. Our Brethren Are rest no in Sweet repose nothing to and nothing to propose while we Are Busy As sailors to dispose 01 our immense Rock in order to close. But it is so our clothing is All very cheap at the same time they re the Best and we Are Selling a Heap if you done to believe it come in and see people take hold of Good clothing that Are at Cost being sold. When in the course of human event an old Man his business a reer must end you should believe and not be a doubting you should not get angry and be continually pouting. Go be Good boys hold up your hands and your noses while Eisfeld of All his clothing disposes be sure and behave like Good Little men you will be rid of us just As soon As we can. Excuse us dear friends for Selling at Cost we know its not pleasing to you but a Stock like ours cannot All be lost we must sell it its the Best we can for the present Adieu competitor neighbor and Friend re3t assured that on our part no harm is meant wove attending to business strictly our own you know. And that is closing out our Stock at Cost and below e. M. Eisfeld a amp co. 609 and 211 be amp Erroa Street Burlington Iowa
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