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Burlington Hawk Eye (Newspaper) - December 6, 1890, Burlington, Iowa relished JUNE, 1839.) THE BURLIN LTON HAWK-EYE. pension Appropriation Bill ' passes the House Ann to He Disbursed Among; War Heroes—The Klec-Bill iu the Seu.ite-Gen-‘“’“ralWMhiuutoi1 News. rv ton Bec. 5.—In the house, ^■cheon, Of Michigan, called up 7 joint resolution authorizing *eD*1 rv of war to issue one thou-artns to each of the states South Dakota, Wyoming firth and Carter, Montana provisions of the ■«'; motion of J',r-"    in    the •iniy .ton, which was then passed. i:rfv went into committee of the ?In the pension appropriation bill. *ftuthw&ite, of Ohio, referred to •s talk about the commissioner iii eB5i0n: a and criticised the conduct of Acerin'the recent campaign. { frtcheon suggested that Commis-*8^ bad taken part in the con- ^°0u th Waite replied that if Black ngs as Kau rn had done f?Vbiv 1 been brought to justice JJg,.' then proceeded to reproach '    with '• its areuit- that the Peudin? bil1 [show a deficient y of over thirty- ^podenon, of Iowa, said the de-ie<had beg -n when the democrats mo control aud cut the approprta-short that during the last year . wa- a deficiency of twenty-five tn^kery 'aid a few months ago he L->s door and declared the revere refusing for party pnr-,w appropriate within forty-five b3of the amount required for penciler the existing laws. This dec-L wa; a!most substantiated ’by the Et the commissioner now came ,<’•..deficiei    h    rty-four    and |m ^ljon. Dockery then branched ha- ." of the general financial la of the country, presenting a to st, w there will be a deficiency jr:. > •:: of over thirty-seven and Billion, and said this did not in-unr deficiency for the ti sea year B v j except the pension deiici- Jrp-'kii.ridge,of Kentucky.said this bota . -t as to whether thepres-amissioner ha<i taken part in the 4eamnaign or whether the former er was guilty of the charges Drains’: him. The point was that jobabilif - are that within seven there will!1'- a million pensioners on ilk who will be paid "ITO,OOO,Olio he first necessity was to lotion frankly by adequate as. The second to raise a duee to investigate the bureau My, have the list revised and strike worth? pensioners. Third, to trails-reau to the war department out of the domain of politics, ter? -ops stage ring under hurtle had so distressed them they seeking ccw alliances. Let conifer the matter frankly. Peters, of Kansas, made an exargument to show the appro-ncarried by the bill was amply ut, The democratic party was Hooded with tears ii behalf of the when it was out of power, but it was in power it is quite a dif-thmg. Th*1 democratic party was ,o embrace the Farmers’ ice movement, lit conceded the fids party in Kansas had run movement and received a I eye. but the time was coming when ; Bewend strike democratic states. I jeput rn party would revive, be- ’ “truth crushed to earth will rise Ile v-anted the fifty-second conli pass a sub-treasury bill, a free ie la e pension bill fess his democratic friends would ital they would ii rd a w ave of the A    a    ip.    them    from il^PK < art:; eluding the debate Morrow, cf tit, argued that the amount caribe bill was all, lf not more than H wo .la be req5:'reii by the pen-Kau during the coming year. 'lotion ' I) , kery an amendment hpted providing that no ager t or md. rem*ive or be al-compensation on any claim for Htsf of pension on account of an I of .usability. It is estimated til sa ve five mil I ions to the pensiones the next three years, sponger overed an amendment in-Jito appropriation to SI AO,000,-Pere was no excuse, he said, for .horlzM to ,ssu, for export for the painting for the m r pose of canceling the wmtnn ' u I* The treasury department, however holds that the removal of the paint lr,.* - ’ *C custody of th, ofiicoTs of ^uaujms with^ out proper authority renders    5 men liable tor tho duties    the bo,,ds- Smrnl Heart.    Krmdu,!. Washington, Dec. 5 _ a marriage took place bore \Vedn“ daT the contracting parties being Rev. Dr. if UU Dr‘f ant,    8    Alin'0    A. Hunter of Winchester, Virginia. The two fell In love over thirty years ago, hut the letter in which the young girl’s secret was told to her lover was destroyed by a fa1 se female friend, who was herself bitten With regard for Mr. Davis, then a y , “ theological student. Years passed but Miss Hunter, although believing herself wronged, kept faithful to her first love Last fall Rev. Dr. Davis, a mire thin middle-aged minister, attended a Presbyterian convention in Winchester, and bv stifniti rripd.!bat .Mis8 Hunter was • tin living rn the neighborhood. Thev met, explanations followed, and to-day they were married. The gentleman who te ls the story says that the false girl friend who postponed this wedding for over thirty years, is married to a man she doesu t love, and leads an unhappy Trailing nu Carlisle * Name W ashington, Dec. A,—Senator Carlisle is very much annoyed just now because of the proceedings of someone who is representing himself to be a son of the senator, and who bears the self-applied name of .John G. Carlisle, .lr. This individual is not content with the social status which the cognomen would give him, but he is working it rinancia'ly' He is now in the City of Mexico, and the semi .or was made aware of this fact by the appearance of two drafts, one for $100, the other for $300, both of which were cashed for the rascal. A bank took one of them, General Frisbie the other, and now the holders have forwarded them to the surprised senator for final liquidation. “Th*»re is but one John G. Carlisle, Jr.," -aid tile senator. “He is my grandchild and is but two years old. I do no’ Know who this draft forger is. Last fab I heard there was a person in Indiana who represented himself as being iny son. He also was a John G. Carlisle. Jr., and an imposter.'' To Disarm tin* Indian*. W a shiNdton, Dec. 5. — Representative Hansbrough, of North Dakota, introduced a bill providing for the disarm-ment of the Indians and making it a punishable offense for any person to sell arms or ammunition to them. BURLINGTON. IOWA. SATURDAY MORNING. DECEMBER ii. 1890- (PRICE; 15 CENTS PER WEEK. Correspondence in the Barrundia Killing- Affair. retary BUIq.,. an,wer_,he Legaf tin'. Order.,, Turned (>Ter , , Mr, Kimberly, Washington Dee ti to-day transmuted lo tiff honSePt“ of Generate^rowin£ out of the killing authorish' *arrundia by tie* Guatemalan rial Union and the Farmers’ Mutual eneiit Association. Under this plan the benefit association still maintains a separate organization, but is entitled to rep-sentation in the national alliance. TI e council and executive committee of each organization will meet hereafter aud arrange the details of the union. The report was adopted. Dr. Macune, chairman of the national executive committee, submitted his annual report. It referred at length to the sub-treasury bill drawn and presented to congress. The committee s mission in this respect is virtually ended because the alliance had elected several congressmen who would look after pushing the bill through the national legislation. In a short time, he said, congress will pass this bill, if not willingly, then by compromise. Hie report recommended a reduction of Urn salaries of all National Alliance emeers aud the removal from Washington of the president’s cilice, inasmuch as the retention of it there entails expense not commensurate with its usefulness. At the conclusion of the report Dr. Macune addressed the convention upon tee policy of the alliance, especially with reference to its position upon the leading    public    measures and    the altitude    toward    the democratic    and republican partios in future political contests.    After    adjournment he    gave the Associated Dress the following synopsis of his utterances upon the third party question: “I told the delegates the people in the southern states were not prepared to embark in a third party movement; that in this emergency there was great necessity for conservatism and caution. I recommended as a compromise that would carry out the end sought to be achieved by the west and north R    meant    the appropriation of the south, that a convention be called for February, 189*2, to be composed of to Guatemala and his delegates from all associations of pro-attempted invasion from Mexico, Mizner dicers, and that the next anmia! session to u.a telegram to Captain Pit-informing him under the law of to take Guatemala bad a right shin G r a 1>eiz0n *rom a neutral ship in Guatemalan waters in time of war ror any cause deemed an offense under the international law. He further informed Captain Pitts that allegations had been ^ade to the legation that Bar rumba is hostile to and an enemy to Guatemala. A guarantee bad been made to him. (Mizner) that Barrundia’s life shall not be in danger or any other punishment inflicted upon him of lier than for the causes charged. Mizner -ays that subsequently he received a telegram from Commander Reiter, of the I ai ted States steamer Thetis, acknowledging Guatemala’s right over the steamer and requesting Mizner to obtain permission from the government to return Barrundia to Mexico in the Thetis. The minister of foreign relations positively declined to accede to this request. All the circumstances and Barrundia’s well known hostility IS PARNELL INNOCENT? It were adopted denouncir g any attempt to j depose Parnell from the leadership of his I party, endorsing his poke y ai d express-! confidence in him. The substance of is Said He Can Prove Captain j the resolutions were immediately cabled O’Shea’s Charges Unfounded.    I to 5 ar!”““  -- RAILROAD MATTERS. THE BOODLERS ARE HAPPY. I boats In the evenir 2 I the shallow water a, I work of th** bridge : and floating Ice b»;r:g Judge Bishop Decides the City of! the Main channel aer > r. I. • I. »t |-*    j    c- *o n s w * re ' w u n g. . Des Moines Has No Case. and thus w hi* Nominated by the President. Washington, Dec. a.—The president today sent to th a senate the following nominations; R mmaldo Pacheco, of California, minister to the Central American States; Waiter Johnson, surveyor at I Rock Island, Illinois. PMan souse to make'an inadequate aition and throw tic democratic house. toindaent was lost—-1 further debate the I tilt b wed. was passed and deficiency A to 139. committee the house HE READ DIME NOVELS. A Peoria Comes to Grief After Hobbit!" a Lady of 1*500. [Special to the Hawk-Eye.] Lewistown, 111., Dec    5. — Deputy Sheriff Waggoner has ast returned from Lusk, Wyoming, two hundred miles north of Cheyenne, with the lad Frank Morris, who, on November lo last, robbed Mrs. Cosier, of Norrie, of "AOO in money. She had cared for the lad and he repaid h**r generosity by robbing her. Young Morris went to Omaha and purchased two huge revolvers. Upon seeing so large an amount of mon yin the boy's possession the dealer had the lad arrested. The little fellow told the authorities that he wa- enroute to Cheyenne to see his mother; that >-he had given him the I money to keep and that he had accident-: ally been left ov-r in Omaha. The j officers gav»* him $35 to pay his fare to 1 Cheyenne but retained -4bo until his mother should write h r it. The boy I wandered from Omaha to Lu-k where he was arrested. Your g Morris ha-- an ex-cellent mother living in Peoria. The I boy Is a victim of yellow back literature. BUSINESS TROUBLES. Detain ater's Meadville, I'*., Hank Falls. Pin sumo, Dec. 5 —ll Is rumored that Delamater’s bank at Meadville, Penn. yl-vania, has failed. George \\. Delaina-ter, late republican candidate for governor, is president of the institution. There N little excitement, although the suspicion caused a profound sensation. The Delamaters have the sympathy of th** community and hopes are expressed ! that the suspension xviii be temporary. I State Treasurer Boyer confirms the report that the banking house of Dcla-rnater A Co., at Meadville, had on deposit $ 100.000 of state funds, but added that the deposit was covered by bond. Decker. Howell & Co.** Liabilities. New York, Dec. A.—Schedules in the assignment of Decker, Howell &. Co., liabilities of $9,430,330, 35,181.933: actual assets. senate. ■fife i rd J H ;SC-J 'ate fetij 111 \i*\ i?fj 0»*1 Rill DigcuHHtU An Error biicovercil. ®sc>To\, Dec. r>.- in the senate JRord introduced a bill to provide Jf&Beni with means sufficient to “ national wants of a sound cir-l^diuru. anc asked that it lie on , IU Date bill, providing: for certain I Jf*s,the Mississippi and IIH- j ’Gs taken from the calendar I 5 - but was laid over without ' Gfio;, bid was then, 1:30, taken addressed the senate in iaid the bill wa- fraught t7 »a'"sl dane(‘t to the future ;.J; whole country; that it ^ -certies of the people of all fpf^Uj115'" tbe southern states to the Uere since and asked with. Ho particularly at-#T, micilary clause providing N«!o-r>L<0r make house to to inquire the politics, 'Anality, pre. it1 I, ,Iuerr'!pted him to say 1 >’ clause had been struck committee. Tep:,;d il was in the bill as re bankers, show nominal assets, $8,760,357. A Cry For Ald. St. Loris, Dec. 5.—Secretary Morgan, of the Merchants’ Exchange, has received an appeal from th** Ladies’ Aid society of Paxton, Keith county, Nebraska. I he appeal states that as a result of the failure of the crops in thai county the peop.e were destitute. Clothing and money is needed to assist settlers through the winter. Lint<n.N, Dec. 5.—Governor Thayer was much annoyed to learn that an appeal for ald had been made to $t. Louis for the drouth sufferers in western Nebraska: he authorizes the statement tha-the poop!.* of Nebraska are amply able to care for all the distress in the state. Nebraska has seventy counties with a surplus nf agricultural products and dislikes to tolearate outside begging in her name    ___ says, decided his course, and he accordingly, in response to the request for written, not telegraphic, orders, send Capt. Pitts a letter, advising him to submit to the arrest of his passenger. The following day Commander Reiter telegraphed Barrundia’s death. Mizner says he afterwards called on the minister of foreign relations fer an explanation of the affair. In this interview ihe minister stated with emphasis that Guatemala had given positive orders to take Barrundia from the Aeapaulo even to the sinking of the ship, notwistanding it might have involved a conflict with our two war vessels then in the harbor. The correspondence closes with a letter from Secretayy Blaine to Mizner under date of November Is—in which the secretary says; “The more the question is examined in the light of im-j portant facts tardily disclosed, the ; deeper becomes the r*'urret that you so | far exceeded your legitimate authority I as to sign a paper which, in the hands of j the Guatemalans, became their warrant | for the capture of Barrundia. I ain aware,” saxs Mr. Blaine, * it may be said that, after all, you merely advised Captain Pitts of his duty, but Captain Pitts did not simply seek advice. In b's telegram from the Champerico, he said h•* was ‘awaiting your instructions’ and expected at San Jose your written orders. There is not the slightest suggestion that Captain Pitts proposed to a t otherwise than by your order and your responsibility. Through your action the naval force of the United States in those waters became an acquiescent spectator of the events although a merchant vessel of the United States was then lying under the muzzle of guns manned by mea who, you state, you had every reason to believe were prepared to resort to any act of violence, even as the minister of foreign relations ha< since declared, to sinking tile ship. I am not disposed to pay undue regard to these po it facto threats. To have sunk th** Acapulco with her freight of innocent lives in execution of a purpose for the accomplishment of which nothing but invalid excuses so far have been advanced, would have been an aet of savage warefare; and I am instructed bv the president to say that he earnestly trusts the time will never come when the course of events In Guatemala or the declared purpose of lier rulers will cmi-'train this government to insure the I safety of its merchant vessels entering the waters of Guatemala by stationing naval vessels along the cnast andopposite the ports of that country.’ Secretary Blaine informs Mizner that lf, instead of accepting the lawless and turbulent condition of affairs as the ground of his advice and consent to the surrender of Barrundia, he had made it the basis of suggestion to Commander Reiter to offer him hospitality on board of the naval vessel within or without the waters of Guatemala aud with or without the consent of her government his action would have had the sanction of humane and recognized precedent. On more than one occasion this government has permitted its legations and ships of war to offer hospitality to political refuges. THU is done from motives of humanity. 'The governments views would not haw been less pronounced if in addition to humane aspect of subject it also has been confronted with th** duty of preventing the decks of its merchant vessels from being made the theatre of illegal violence upon groundless and unlawful excuses and without even a pretense of legal formality. For your course therefore I can discover no justification. ’N ou were promptly informed your act was regretted. I arn now directed by the president to inform you it is disowned. The president is moreover of the opinion that your usefulness in Central America is at an end. Mizner is instructed to turn over the legation toMr. Kimberly charge d’affaires. Home Spicy Correspondence Concerning the Dc- es of the Railroad Commission, Dies Moines, la., Dec. 3.—An exchange of spicy correspondence has just taken place in connection with the duties of the railway commission. Some time ago a farmer named Pryor living near Leon, applied to the ma :agement of the Des Moines and Kansas City railway fora crossing over the road. The company refused, and Mr. Pryor complained to ..    ,,    *    ,    «    , ,    the board, which bcdv sent a copy of the to consider excellent, I make the state- complaint to the radway company. In II** Is Only Awaiting a Time to Do So When His Vindication Will Have the Most Eltect for Ireland— Nationalist Meeting. New York, Dec. 5.—-The Catholic New* has received the following from its Dublin correspondent, Thomas Sherlock: “On authority, which I have good reason the supreme council elect delegates to represent this order in that convention. This would not commit the people but provided means whereby they could express themselves on the question through county and state organizations, during the coming year, when the convention meets the delegates would come there with authority and instructions from their people. If the people decided in favor of an independent party action it will prevail. If not, the cause will still be benefited by the conference and there will be a better tinders anding of the objects th** labor organizations are seeking to achieve.” Macune thinks this will satisfy both sides. 'I he annual election of officers was held this afternoon. President Polk and vice President Cover, of Kansas, were unanimously re-elected. J. II. Turner, of Georgia, was elected secretary ani J. s. Willets, of Kansas, national lectuier. THE THUM* HARTY < V LE. The following is the call for the third party conference signed by General Rice and John Davis, of Kansas, and about seventy-five other alliance men: H her ens, In unity there is strength, therefore, it is desirable that this should be a union of all the variously named industrial organizations that stand on the common grounds to this end. The individuals from various states, whose names are hereto signed, make this call for a national conference to be composed of delegates from the following organizations, namely: The Farmers’ Alliance, Farmers’ Mutual Benefit Association, Citizen’s Alliance, Knights of Labor and all other Industrial organizations that support the principles of the St. Louis agreement. Each state organization is to send one delegate from each congressional district and two from the state at large and each district organization to send not less than three delegates, and each county delegation not less than one delegate, to be chosen according to the customs of each respective organization during the month of January, 1891. Also the editor of each newspaper is hereby invited as a delegate that has advocated the principles of the St. Louis agreement and supported the alliance candidates nominated in 1891; the delegates to meet in Cincinnati on Monday, the 23rd day of February, 1891, for the purpose of forming a national union party, based upon the fundamental ideas of finance, transportation, labor and land, in furtherance of the work already begun by those organizations and preparatory for a united struggle for the country and home In the great political conflict now pending that must decide who in this country is sovereign—the citizen or the dollar.” meat that Parnell has assured at least two members of the Irish parliament that the charge made against birn by Captain O’Shea is without foundation in fact, and that he looks forward to the near time when ho will be able to prove as much with good results to the Irish cause. I am personally acquainted with the two gentleman named to me, and indeed I know them well enough to be able to say off-hand tha,t for political rea*ons they would follow Parnell to the end, even if they were satisfied there were blemishes on his private character. These two members of the Irish parlia-mentiary party are convinced Parnell is only biding his own time to vindicate himself at a precise moment when a vindication will have the most effect for Ireland. Conferring With Gladstone. London, Dec. 5.—The committee appointed at yesterday’s meeting of the irish members of parliament to confer with Gladstone, were v. th him an hour to-day. Gladstone in no way pledged himself, nor did he use language importing that he wa?- able himself to define the course the liberal party would adopt in the position in which it was placed. It is learned that Gladstone at a conference with the Iri'h deiigates this morning, suggested a modification of the Clancy resolution. He desired that no reference be made directly or indirectly to the question of Parnell’s leadership. He informed the deputation of the de Much loilignatIou Kiprenx**J—The Te*t of tlitf Decision—lilt* ta**-* to Hr Taken to the Supreme Court —Other State New*. answer they received the following from General Manager Newton: "Replying to your favor of the 23th, in Mr. Slier woods absence and having referred to the correspondence, I have to say that this case is evidently one in which Mr. Pryer demand- of us a contribution to save himself a little individual expense. We have not, foiled the commissioners' rate sufficiently remunerative to place us in bonds to make such I contributions and I do rot think the honorable board 'n establishing these rates contemplates any -neb contribution by the railroad companies, therefore, I trust that you will be coi-sistant and not demand u* to make the contribution. We decline emphatically to do so except at the point of the bayonet. Yours, John C. Newton, Gen. Mgr. I). M. A K. C.” rJ'he following answer was yesterday prepared by Commissioner Campbell: “Your favor regarding the application of A. M. Pryor of Derate ;r county for a crossing over your road on hi- farm r.**ar Leon received. From the tone of your letter i c is evident you are not acquainted with the ca’-e. This is a plain attempt to crass a bridge before you get to it. The complaint bas bee a filed with the commission, according to law, by a citizen of Iowa, a state ic wh -h every one, rich or poor, blacK or whit :, granger or railroad manager, is equal before the law. It has been toe practice of this board, arid I trust al ways will be; to give a hearing to every complaint hied with it, no matter bow humble a citizen the complainant may be. Mr. Pryor makes application fora crossing over your road: h« asks as a favor that it may be put on a line straight no-th. so that he can avail {Special to The Haws-IAre.l Des Moines, Dec. 5 —As was intimated, Judge Bishop has, for a time at least, ended ai! controversy with reference to the boodle aldermen, although the county officials will bring the ca-e to the attention of the supreme court. The people are generally much disappointed at the turn of affairs and Judge Bishop j w receives some very severe criticism for ! wi not allowing the case to go to the jury I and be decided on the testimony, In i place of pleading technicalities of th* law as an excuse for dismissal of the e gorged In he trestle the water confined to h the    pon- I mg    unto the heavy wire cab'**-; capped under the enormous strain and the boats w^re adrift. A reporter who .*-nlured out upon th* trestiework last night could sec the gasoline lamp* -iii! Durning brightly on such of the wagon bridge boats a-- had strand* d on the .ja- * below the city, but nothing could be seen of the big boat* that had formed th * south rn part of th** Shirt Line structure. Connection with the Nebraska    sh a*    i -    now    wholly cut off and    seems    likely    to    remain so    until the channel K either fro/ *n over or cleared of the running weather. In the Utter will be towed ba’k to bu’ if the cold weather will have to be suspend* r bridg** becomes - :hei out bv warmer the boats ■ moorings, nu*- traffic .ii the usual cases. I ne opinion is very lengthy. It reiterates his decision several days ago with reference to the crime not co ding under the provisions of the acts of the twenty-third genera! assembly. The statute by express provision ret ires that no change which may be made in corn-pensation of any officer of the city, whether elective or appointive, can bi* effected by ary change which may be made in th** amount of compensation to be paid such officer during his term of office. So that whatever was done and whatever may be hr*!d to have been done under the old law, was dur- I lug the year ls-s, from the first I of January possibly, or at least j from March down. During the year j several member- of the * ity council, who i arc defendant, in this case, drew from the city treasury an amount aggregating j in th** neighborhood of from $900 I to    The exact amount Is not material, because if the defendants are i guilty, they are equal!; so. whether the | amount be or $i.d- 0. Now, the de- I fondants ar*- indicted for this taking, i and th** question which is made by this j motion to direct a verdict is whether, un- | der those fact- it can be -a.d that a : crime ha- been committed under our .aw, j a crime known to our law. This is pure- I ly a question of law. I am to look into Ari cate a for .Sol action. [Speci e to The Hawk-Eye.] Davenport, la., Dec. 5.—Cyrus Va’-entlne, of Rock Is’and. appeared in this city yesterday and swore out a warrar. for the arrest of William A1 ierdake on the charge of seduction Hi- daughter. Minnie Valentine, is a pretty 16-year-old girl who has been working in a milliner's shop in R.ock Island. White there she became fascinated w th tm* defendant in the coming prosecution, and Tuesday they came to th - city. took a room at the Kimball house, had their meals sent up to them, and remained until Wednesday morning when they went to Dubuque. Thither th**v were traced, aud a telegram to the authorities lodged them both in jail. The parents of the girl are angry but may relent. The mar. in the case Is a dashing drummer for a New York jewelry ho Tilt* Iowa Woman's KulTntg* Society. fSpccua' to The Hawk-Eye ] elision of Harcourt aud Morley not to himself of a cou. tv bridge to the county take part in the conference and suggested their names bo omitted. In concio-ion he -aid if the Irish party agreed to Dc-e suggestions he was willing to enter further into the subject. The delegates explained Gladstone’s proposals to the meeting, on their return, and an amicable session followed, resulting in the rescinding of the Clancy resolution. The resolution was then adopted authorizing Learnv, Redmond, Healy and Sexton to request a conference with Gladstone for the purpose of represent Jig the views of th** Iri>h party and requst-ing and intimation be given them regarding the intentions of Gladstone arid his colleagues with regard to the details of the land and police question in the event of home rule being adopted. The meeting then adjourned and the deputation immediately sought Gladstone. The latter convoked an informal meeting of his* colleagues and the Parnellite members decided to postpone their meeting until to-morrow. At midnight no reply was received from Gladstone, but one is expected in the morning. Harrington cabled to-night from Chicago to Parnell, “Stand firm: America is with you.” •eat. “The necessity for a eros-jug wa** created hy the building cf your road aud it sh >u!d be your aim to d< ai fairly and good naturedly with the people along your line from whom you expect in a large measure 'he revenues necessary to defray expenses and pay <iiv ide-r.ds. As your road was bankrupt before the commissioner s’ rales were e acted, your remark- in regard to th" commissioners’ cates cot being remunerative are entirely gratuitous, especially when we consider that under th* comniissioi ors’ rat*-:* your freight business in I'M) increased IOO per cent, jumping from >20,992.29 in Isms to $47. **34 OI in i-'.u The com- De- Moines womans -rnffrace soc ricer- resulted a-Mr- Poggshall. I E s dent. Mrs. M. T. lh recording seer- tary, Fort Dodge; Mr-. Cai.anar M Iud E Mrs. {^responding reas r>jr. Air the statute a* *rmir.e from it whether legal requirement.- have been I shown from which it 'cay be -aid a crime j bas be* ii committed. We have in j ‘hi- -'ate no common law crimes. I lr; order that any act may be .-aid to be j a crime it must J)** because we ''an turn j to the statute aud there read within its I letter that such a".-; are held to boa i crime. Under our statute crime i- divined into two classes, felonies and misdemeanor'1. The former a exec u live com rn ’ t tee: Eli/.a Hunter aud Mc-Stevens. Flint, Meye Rued ai d P-u k. Th -includes tee se: retakes Mr--. Fella; an wa- * • ■ in*- national ex.-* ut:*-to Wash mg t-oii. thai nj am La The I ’re-.dent, vice-presi-ependence; T. Smith, secretary, . Ankeney; nan. Mrs. • Langley, w. Pierce, r. it tee also treasurers. f Hee to go Dr eaey of de! always so ca it must be d that certain crime wheth th ie stoners will fix the til for visi; mg the locality and hearing complaint at an early day, for which you will be duly ad-vi.-ed. In the mean time a hotter ac lu it ion: -y. Ic 1 itermmed ids do or d r f* ony or latter cases, h rom the o nf quaintan*.:e with the p-; line and a knowledge of case may lead you to del* rmitiat on to ‘fight line,’ aud make you Inclined towards your truly, Frank T. Campbell, opie along your the feels in this reconsider your it out on this more peaceably patrons. Yours un a.. 1 j is not >WHver, statute constitute demeanor. of the law wit}* which i-*quted and which is juitable ever introduced our law that ail criminal be s’rf tty construed, uch thing us constructed crime, there is no sue'* thing as crime by implication of the statute. Turning now to -cotton 505. it will be ?*-cn that if there be any prohibition within its letter, such prohibition relates only to compensation to be received for attenuate e at meetings It is also a rule all lawyers are a one of the most < into the body of statutes must There is no The Ollie {Specie * Moin:>. council to-day of tho ctliciii! s Ate, which • from thos* a’r* mains now is t< logs, whi. h w! ndications are j by will be ai> about Tiff and Fe Get urn* The HS' know npare t i. t-F. ta1 Ol BUqEK, la-, 11 received a verdict c iars again-t the .-in to-day, M ig *e foil a y* ar ago arid was defendant will app I ll to «*1 .*>*»<*. minting - in the change :hat r**-<<* foot->w. The plural” -ii! I Mag* J do Co ml? of the conn prohibit the I the perform; Vr.d that i in -alit ras ! rn improvement of the reconstruction why should thev be St, indian Fprl-lng Feared. Louiis. Dec 5.—A special from 'Hoar 1 xPlaine*d that it. was in by Oklahoma City says settlers about Frisco, a small village near here, are in .• an Indian uprising. Within a mile and a half of the village for thousand I dians are encamped and their -    - and yells can be heard cay and ni^ Nettlers from the surrounding    . are flocking into the village and gnardA kept up day aud night. Gen. Merritt in command of this department, ha-been appealed to for protection. tiomnieedaM61* All claims not consistent with the hi« ‘ •haracter of Syrup of Figs are p rposely Lvoidci bv the California gently on the kidneys, cleansing the system cure-all ann avoided by pany. It acts liver and bow effectually, but it pisUrd!.p desultory discussion pttior'w-*10 1ave lb,lbi!l reprinted. Sr 0 la,K°n and Gray retained a rTluli0IJ’ wbich I effectually, but it is not :1 c_ P^ement J attornf*y I makes no pretensions that every ‘Rd dates af *L 1,10 n!ime“ resi' I will not substantiate.    __ I**— -h“ appointment* of I    R—dinm C^ Mtoe* (Special to The Hawk-Rye.] Lewiston, 111., !)ec''' killed in Henry and the THE FARMERS’ ALLI ANGE. Resolutions Charging Incorrectness In Farm mortgage Returns. Ocala, Fla., Dec. 5.—The National Alliance passed a resolution reciting that the United States census returns with respect to farm mortgages are grossly incorrect and calling upon all county and sub-alliances in ail states to take immediate steps toward securing accurate statistics from couuty records and make ^Nationaf°Secretary°Turner subdued his annual report. During the past year I 096 new charters were issued to suballiances as follows:    West Virginia. 2:,2; Colorado 152: Indiana, 132; Michigan, mc Virginia, 95; Illinois. 87: South Caro- mi uW-i; iprsev 20; Minnesota, I: Oklahoma, 1 TEE BROWN-HAWLEY MURDER. Further I'articularft of Henderson County’s Tragedy. [Special to The Hawk-Eye.I 8 rn* >n* . ii I K-T. 111., Dec. 5.—Further particular- relating to the Brown-llaw-ley tragedy that occurred near Olena, December I. 1890, were received here yesterday. Orloof Brown, though of the same name not a relative of the percipi-tator* In the crime, claims to have wit-nessed the deed while hidden from their view behind a tree near the scene of the crime. His account of the affair, a* far as can be learned, is as follows: “The Brown brothers came there in a wagon, and after hitching their team, Barnum picked up a musket from the wagon-bed and, followed by his brother, went into the house, where they met Hawley, whereon ensued a scuffle. Hawley trying to securo the gun and Barnum trying to reiain it, when William hallowed to Barnum to shoot Hawley, as that was what they carne there for, whereon Barnum fired and Hawley fel, dead without a struggle. Hawley did not use or try to use an ax as first reported, but after the deed wa'done Will went to the back part of the room and returned with something and laid it ! down by the body. I think it was an ax.” Orloof Brown went to Oquawka to tell th* authorities what he knew. DEVOURED BY FLAMES. The Nationalist Meeting. London, Dec. 5.—The meeting of the nationalist party to consider the question of Parnell's leadership assembled at noon to-day. but as the committee had not returned from the conference with (Bad-stone an adjournment was taken until 4 o’clock this afternoon. When the members reassembled a resolution was adopted empowering the four delegates to act with Gladstone in connection with questions relative to the constabulary and Agrarian difficulty. Before appointing the committee of four, the meeting rescinded Clancey’s amendment approved yesterday. It is surmised that this action was taken by the request of Gladstone In order to permit a freer ba>is for negotiations. The meeting then adjourned till to-morrow, the evening session being abandoned. we’re Issued to the following states: Ii diana, Illinois, Colorado, M*chlg» ^W» a -1 ^ii a oklahoma and North iumk 5: Iowa, 5; Ore-State charters states:    In- West I )akota. Virginia. Oklahoma Some questions have- been raised as to endorsement of the Si Louis platform f    pvjiiitin Reich' ck election, now in 1 •Jaida‘ district. Adjourned. WASHINGTON NEWS. W.-”’.1*:,011 "Ihe Akelas ” ’ T- Assistant Secre- ll.    51    ’ treasury depart-^Offifetl osat/lef;iston aiding ok-.Wr.q, ?,' be famous paint-s. are liable for $16,- a German miner, was Florets coal mines Monaay    ^ body was not taken out until v —Set books at Gnahn s.__ % FallTn Telephone Stock*. 5.—To-day Bell Host* in , Dec 206 Tele-to 191* the Painting. "VU u- there” »l0my Buffalo, for j that some people phono stock declined fro™erabie salps ‘Pottedby p'r\,“'u^' “The Angelus” ahu iduncu    *“ -    r >*■ tbe Ute Art". A'-a i    .3    president    I    There    is    no    news    to    a    1    ■    cc*. A e ^ it \v. \- W}irehouse entry [to-atin? hi; ^    vahie Jjduiyo'r i 8lated at $110,000 Abn f0r 'I was $16,500. Bonds .It! payment of the duty [locust0s-' ‘VB110 the painting J^°use e-ar m Pluinb under Sot luVj'I Thomas E. Kirby, !Sb:s c:\tni e’ took 11 out of >ton“ ,ly an(1 ,>arried It with fl' ThiS Ie{0r® he Placed it on prob*tion^^hepamungwRh-yi the warehouse and closed at 194    th(1 ,tock save Ie sold it to jibtaio fund*- Thousands of our "U'A un’ny '''fcland-by. ' a, toughsyrup aa.    >•>»' ^ specdily Price» wnt.. —Photo albums at Gnahn s. mph- Ai debt Lea, Mian., i , extent theria is prevalent to ani a i 1    and In the southern part of this county, a number of deaths have oc tbe TnSo0™ by th® National Alliance " i iving-ton of Georgia, moved !»&*; u b^io„sr result in relief to the    ^    ^ checking and cunug ^    ^    acl,.al government^    This    p]atform owners of -    -    smb-trea^ury bill. does not Inrltidt    p(jmeut was adopted At    IU e and national, Four Kuainefls flloekn Destroyed and Several Lives Lost at Pittsburg;. Pi rrsituuo, Dec. 5.—Fire which broke out In Maginnis’ cracker factory early this morning was not extinguished until four large business blocks were consumed. The buildings destroyed were of brick, seven stories high and were occupied by Maginnis' cracker house; B. & B. Jenkinson, wholesale tobacco. Graham A Co., stoves and hardware; aud Hartyc & Co ' wholesale druggists. Five firemen, who were injured by falling walls, are doing well, except Rustroth, who will probably die. Fireman Tiegers is still missing and It is feared he was buried beneath the ruins. The total loss is estimated at $350,000; insurance, $300,- 000.   _ A SEVERE ATTACK OF CROUP. Tho Child’s Life Saved by Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. [ wish to say to the public that ( ham-berlain’s Cough Remedy is the best I have ever used or sold for croup. I ain never without it at my home for my children. Last winter a child of Mr. E. J. Wetzel, one of my customers, was choking with a sudden and severe attack of croup. I gave him a bottle of this Cough Remedy, and he started for home, gave the child two doses of it, which stopped the coughing and smothering instantly and in a few minutes the little one was out of ail danger. Mr. Wetzel came back to the O'Connor .Hakes a Statement. Chicago, Dec. 5.—Thomas P. O’Connor authorized the Associated Press to make for him and his colleagues the fol- j lowing statement in answer to the state- ' meut published in this country and telegraphed to England to the effect that at a conference yesterday the Irish envoys J had decided to abandon their American I tour. “It is not true. No such decision | has been arrived at. It is true that we have postponed the holding of a number 1 of meetings which had been arranged ; for. This was done chiefly because to 1 have held them would have necessitated th** separation of the party, which was deemed inadvisable under existing conditions. Futhermore, we felt that if we held them we would be obliged to speak of matters concerning which we deemed it advisable to remain silent for the present. Our attitude is simply one of expectancy and will so continue until some definite decision is reached on the other side of the Atlantic.” O’Brien to-day received a cablegram from Hooper, proprietor of the Cork Herald, stating that there noel not be the least fear for the country at large. Hooper's cablegram a'so pressed for a further expression of the Irish envoys in America fcr the people’s guidance. In response after consultation with his conferees O’Brien sent a cablegram saying that all sober opinion here was ox *r-wheaimingly with him and his colleagues, that not a single daily throughout the United States but. that agreed with them that Gladstone’s good faith is unimpeachable, and that a disruption of liberal alliance means destruction, and that if the Irish party comes to a prompt decision the Irish cause will occupy a more impregnable position than ever Arch Bishop Ireland, of St. Baul, called upon the envoys to-day and assured them he had heard an universal chorus of approbabtion of the stand taken by them in their manifesto, i Ile was confident that if wise counsels prevailed in London the American feeling on the Irish causa would be enlisted more enthusiastically than ever before. Otllciuis Indicted for G.v'ue Rebates. Chicago, Dec. 5 - Tie federal grand jury to day r**ti rued Indictments against John M. Eagan, president and general manager cf the Chicago, St. Paul and Kansas City railroad fur giving a rebate ic A. C. Davis it Co.: against Thomas Miller, genera! freight ag rtt * .' lh** Chicago, Burlington and Q :mcy road for giving rebate to W. H. Warren A Co.: against J. M. Johnson, general freight agent of the Chicago, Rock I Band and Pacific road for giving rebate t-> Wright C. Haughey. The cases have been the subject, of grand jury investiga'ion the past week. it was in this inquiry lha1 Charles Coun-selman aud Treasurer Beasley, of the Burling'on road, cit into trouble with Judge Blodgett, and it i- on these case? the inter 'ate law will be tested. James ll. Lar.g, manager of the freight department of the Illinois Steel company, war also indicted for offenses against the law. or a? may be p. a-ii MOULTON MATTERS. Wintry Weather—A Itui'Diig I'.oo.-n on -Note-*. [Correspondence of The Hawk-Eye.) Moulton. la., Dec. 5.—The weather for the 'ast few days ha-* been decidedly waterish. The ground is barely covered with snow. which giv* - our sportsmen their long desired opportunity, and a heavy campaign I' rabbits, quai!', etc. Moulton is on a b buildings are being other improvements ere ire 'g mad* against Two business .ted and many under consider ation. A new furniture store is located in the room in Union bl ack, which was recently vacated by Simmons A Hulbert, It is given on good authority that another business firm bus dr elded to move to Moulton. A lodge of “Knigh •* of Pythias” was organized here November lo v*. “ii * wenty-tliree charter members. To Pulaski lodge No. lie i **loi gs the honor of instituting Prairie Home lodge No. 773. The Creek building just west of the the postoffice will be occupied by a bank which we understand is t-> be controlled by Mr. Bradley of Centerville, la. We hear quite often that The Hawk-eyi is improving rapidly and we of course are glad to hear it. The republicans In this vicinity 'cern to fee! over the late election as if “they were scat for and couldn’t go,” and this feeling has resulted in the deep rooted conviction that “you can’t do it again.” They have all determined to po and vote next time even if they are not “sent for.” is to be f- nod in said ' -cfi du«*s rot eo^e within the meaning and certainly not within the letter and form of the provisions of sections 3,966 aud 3 967, as it is manifest tho legislature intended the same should have off - „. Th* acts h* re complained of a.- I have before said may be within the intent of the statute but unless I can find that they arc within its letter I must tied that it i- not in the statute at all. Whatever may be the other rights which the city may have against the defendants it is not for me to determine, nor am I calh*d upon to determine whether the acts complained of were legitimate cr illegitimate. I am not here for that purpose, and the question of the rightfully or wrongfulness of the acts done cannot be considered by me, except that I find that within the letter of the statutes such acts constitute a criminal offense. As I read the statute I cannot find anything which satisfies me that tbe act- complained of are by specific provision of the statute made a crime, and hence the motion to direct a verdict must be sustained. The state council asked that other cases be continued until the supreme ; court could give a ruling on the above. which was opposed by counsel for defen-: dams. The court has taken the matter ! under advisement until Monday. Should ; the supreme court sustain the above it ’ will end a prosecution for boodleism in i Des Moines. AN ERRING WIFE. t Wick*-*! T«*U-}rr»i*’.» (*|i» ritliir AlL-natr* the AftVction** of .firs. *ar|« ... [Special to Tee Hawk-Eye.* Marshalltown, Dec., 5.— For some | I time strange reports have be*-n circulated I ; about Mrs. W. IL Sarles, of this city, j | whose husband is employed with the ! Equitable Mutual Life. but matters wore ’ j brought to a focus early last t v. ning | , when si ** wa- found in th*' room with G. I I F. Stodgily a Western Union operator, I with whom on Saturday -he had taker a j trip to Kirkviile. Last Saturday Stodg’il Indian Fri* •• t rs Ta Chamberlain, S. I) 'ackment of troops day went down to and took charge of been arrested for dance'. They will leave Fort Snelling, wh* re th*- Ii confined for the present, reasonably quiet af th'* age* t»*ij Uh * rte ( f. . Dec 5.—Ade pt. R >ower Bro he Indian? ag! tad ag unrda laos w idall to-agenoy v ho had ie ghost or be verything is Le.nip .law at La Harpe. L a ii ALIU Ii!., Dec.    —Ca' here have be* u a'l’icted with a j disease for some time, and t I veterinary physician came here j tiga’o. He found he animals to he j lumpy jawed and ordered a quarantine | at several localities. A number of hor'"' 1 arc suffering from poll °v; . > near eculiar e state > i DV6S- M been ser feet th;U Will l/Orit**i*t Graham's Scat. nmouth, iii., Dec. 5 —Papers have *d or 1) C. Graham to th** ef-his election a' representative of the 25th senatorial district wo contested. The ground' upon whi contest will b«* based haw- not made public. Graham is a repu a- d resident of Warren county. lid be h the beer. blican .tend far Nettlers. Urines. S. I).. Dec. 5. By order of Governor Mellette, a portion of the arms stored hero were sent to-day to Gettysburg, Forest City and other points, to be distributed among th** vt:Yrs a ong tho Missouri river. RAILLERY. G flier?. X t*W d 11 Itll < * .Lest) papers w “m“ ,-ar^ there to pa.ut th* Nothing sa ti? ? y t« It I ;rg ill a! en re oak* -A’ applied for a pass for hi ins*' f and wife to Ottumwa but that he was taken up at, this time the entire confide information being obtained un.-c.irriod t*>* pas- waff he pa d his far**. Since msband, who formerly h id ice iii iii- wife, hasbeen Sleeplessness, nervous prostration, nervous dyspepsia, dullness, blues, cured by Dr. Miles’ Nervine. Samples free at J. IL Witte's drug ' ore. I quietly watcning matters with the above 1 result. The matter has caused im**us** excitement owing t) the gentleman'? high social standing. All the parties have left the city. The proper steps will be taken for a divorce, the husband to have the custody of the children. PARALYZED TEE PONTOON. HAWEEYE GLANCES. that every aJba"7'organs of the alliance j    happy    a* he could be and said: and ah neJ7,7he platform or suffer sn8- j Llj.hat bottle of Cough Remedy saved the Pears' soap lUlbFTkTpltaMnt Wile* odJu®«- pellslol',7rom tho order; that date tor    alliance unless he be supported by    d auy sub- endorses the pl»tforn- w[th l!)We alliance net    * pended at strictions may    be    *_    The the pleaser*    thujS amended whole platforn • f.nnsjv Upon the was adopted ^nani    Co,’onel Livings- call of the roll by stat ^ cominittee on ton, Of Georgia, from ^ t0 furnish, a organization, nmd    ^ between the u.cio for an ultimate ______ j^dus- Clonal Farmers' Alliance life of my child.” Furthermore I feel friendly towards you as the manufacturers of such a valuable remedy and am proud of its being manufactured in our owrn state. I can cheerfully and willingly give many instances of its good works to anyone that may want a reliable cough remedy. Wm. C. Vogf.l, Quarry, Iowa. Numberless varletiess of Christmas goods at Carpenter’s._ New games at Gnahn’s. Speaker Feel’* Wife Den*!. London, Dec. 5.—Mrs. Peel, wife of the speaker of the house of Commons j died to-day. Ralfour’rt Irish Relief Bill. London, Dec. 5.—Balfour’s Irish relief bill in which he asks £5,000 for seed potatoes passed tbs* committee stage in j the commons to-day. McKinley Killed the Cork Factories. Lisbon, Dec. 5.—The cork factories in Algavoe are Idle. Since the new tariff law went into effect in the United States exports of manufactured cork to that country have ceased. Ktnin Pasha Arrive* at Lake Victoria. Zanzibar, Dec. 5.—Emin Pasha, at the bead of the German expedition, ha> arrived at Lake Victoria. The expedition had a number of lights with Arab slave traders, but it was successful in a1! engagements. The agonies of chilblains are permanency cured bv Salvation Oil. Price 25 cts. a bottle. Used properly it never disappoints anybody. We refer to Dr. Bull’s Cough Syrup. Huiwer’s Work*. Nine volumes, cloth. $8 at Macro A Wilson's. Fob TIU WOMEN.—Th** V*te by the members of ti:** Red Oak Methodist Episcopal church on th** admission of women as delegates to the general conference was in the affirmative. Attempted Suicide. — >. A. Harvey, I a laborer, attempted suicide here la.-t : night. Some time ago he be lo cod t the Salvation Army, but abandoned it ; and last night attended a revival ’: <• ?-i lug at the Baptist church. His w ;** r**-j fused to go with him to the altar and he. went home aud hanged himself to ii bedpost. He was cut down, but. - in a critical condition. To dream of a ponderous whale. tree* on the tip of his tail, Is a sign of a storm vIf the wcHtfo r is w arm. Unless it should happen to fail Dreams don’t amount to inm-h anyhow. ; Some signs, however, ar t infallible. If you , are constipat'd, wdti no appetite, tortured ’ with sick headache and bi ions symptoms, I thf-se signs indicate tim* you n* cd Dr J j Pleasant Purgative Pell* ta. They wi von. A ll riroiririaro Sunny Tex -**. sky moi *;. Tex., Dec. 5.—The weather | is beautiful and spring-like to-day. j - Wheat is doit:2 well and th* re Is a larger . j acreage this year than ever before. The I country is fast being se*tied with pro- ] seres si ve farmers. Parnell indorsed at Kansas Lily. Kansas City, Dec. 5.—At a meeting | last night of Irish-Antericans resolutions j A cough, void or sore throat should not be neglect:*l. Brown’s Bronchial Troches are a simple remedy, and give prompt relief. 25 cts a box.__ For 'liver wear go to Carpenter s. The tee Play** '-ad Havoc With Sioux City’s Boat Bridge Sioux City, Dec. 5.—About nine o’* lock Wednesday evening all the pontoons in th** Pacific Shore Line's temporary bridge were carried out by the anchor ice. together with that part of th* wagon bridge that lay across the main channel. More or less ice has been running during the last thirty-'ix hours, and the colder weather of Tuesday night and yesterday ( aked it to such an extent that ail day Wednesday th**'-* in charge of th • bridge w**r** ap-pruhecsive of a break The boats in the railroad bridge are v* r> heavy and somewhat bluff in the bows, and the ice, id-stead of passing under them, collected in j Junction a big raft on th** stream side of the .-truc-ture, thus giving th* current a tremendous purchase upon it. By dark it was evident that the boats would go out before morning if left in the current, and it was cqaully evident teat t' draw, whlcii swings up stream, eou’d not b** opened for the field of ice mat had collected between the outer end and the shore. The men. therefore, took out the'bort rails -re**'? J com cf tir g the pont-.K’.-s with the trestle cure ' work. in order that th** latter might nut ' be torn out in case the boat' went down •treair.. It va' well they did so. for about nine o’clock the fie Ating struct re went out with a boom 4,03 a crash, carrying with ii that portion of tho cid pontoon bridge lying across th** channel. An attern p’ had be*>n made to divert the eourse of the ice by driving a line of pPe- from the south shore a' an angle down stream, but the current shooting off fro ii this breakwater merer/ struck against the bar ou the other side of the channel and wa- again directed squarely against the Along the H way*. Ii, >j: vt*. >•;    The Quincy howl now A force of Hie .1 painters have gone e repair' on and r*»-ompany's depot at that p':a-'**. it a "1,0**0,000 structure will .ne “Quincy” cranks, ald that W ii. Holcomb, formerly 'Upenn*mider:t of th*' C., B. A N., who bas been drawing a >a!ary of $30,000 as second ' ee-president and general manager of th- Errol Pacith*. w*J be i asked to resign, a- a eoi : recent change in th* ma i road. Peoria lh re J. Th*1 | lington aud Quincy ha I new chair cars betw. ; Denver for th** special : passenger' going to points. (Hi • of t he “Q ' m: *#a‘mburg    w.*,- t I car wheel at lh- laic* J iron showed a decided • tore. “That wheel,” re) I man, ‘Vauie from Belsrl Is not a* gorki as Amen* ! riot w-ar a- well. 'i ii**; compact iron in this 1 hard to beat.” AI ilne tit !><d>'n ■/-Troop. superLstei I th*- *J., B. A Q. r i “Ona having shed angle ground in ! house Mock to re I Iv as possible. 11 company intends • senger depot on the im equence igement * Chicago, put on n Pea ' •out a. ffat ii :i.! N.ff the that Bur-*1 three ria and )n of ask a Br day, the gian The -ri <trBeth** work-tt the iron 1. It does a strong, aud It is Ted: 'n! I road, or*); barns, etc he rear * red all , on it J the Ii n of per-1 tri-Peal [love the same as qnick->' understood thai th** oconstruct a new pas-d thus vacated. The r-iilrfiad officials aim, of course, vpr . retie*:).: a' to a1! business of the road. Track laying is progressing at a lively rate on the Great Northern's Montana extension to the Pa*• iiicoast, .Shelby where the Great Fails and Canada railr*»‘tff is crossed, will be reached this week arui the foothills of the Rockies will l><* passed by Christmas. The Davenport Dentm rai in --peaking of the entrance of th- Burlington, Offar Rapids and Northern Into that c*ty over its new branch, the I). I. A I*., said The system of t he Iowa route touches the Mississippi river Mu'caline and C port It reaches out i as has bee,, already s'a a leading !:ne among :* By a i<* *• ti* aff I    ar raj Sioux City aud North*: trance into *be c t here are m c -in* !.'> even mote territory po‘*ed will be* cd wi our shippers. -See the display of Carpent r’s. Lur.ngtOQ, a> we d as Da venue* new territory, ' ‘ti, and ;s m fact -< Iowa railroads. 2-ment with the rn it gains an en-’ d it is >aid th a. *. 1 I,>ot by which than is now sup-;hlr> ce -y reach of 7f«e d amonds at ;