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HEWS FROM THE FRONTIER
Thrie
tilt*
Hput
Unsuooessftil Attempts
Made to Fire the Daly
Ranoh*t*
No Bloodshed Reported, But Several
Hair Breadth Escapes Have
Been Mad*
TIm Indians in the Bad Lands Now
Sunvundad by a Large
Foroe of Tgpope
DKMVKB,
IVc.
IS.-'—A
from
Snetreted
WM
Fifty." who combined for the puriMiae
of jro*ecutlng the |H r|«'trat4»r! of the
4pe* ltic offense of which the defendants
are charged by the indictno'iit. and have
ctjn'ributiHl money toward the sMiid proa
«mution since the institution thereof.
The p|»m will ijtfeiddcd mat aaitmla)^
M«g« *ur
Has AMONIO,
IS
cents on account of the tariff.
Aixnmiai 8*rtM*
UiantMoUAM, Ala.. Dec. 1H. IV coal
wiaers* strike ha* assumed a Rcrtnu«
turn litid thr*«aieii» u |o*e every indus
trf in thi- district I'at Jiride. of the
fgecuthv boartl of Wnitcd Mine Workers
•if America, »a* If he cannot settle the
atrlke lie will call out all the iron and i
*te« wort.er* in tin* district. Tiiis would
mean the closing down of
ttmrnrf 1M IK* NOAUI,
K.NOXVH i.k, Tenn.. !•••. Is.-—Saow
tea*
benn falling in this section
Tne-«4iM
a,ii.i-AHi.»Oia.,NiagaraMtnArthur
h«r
tact,
traily
ami with a
smite ui*ii
liquidators
'Ntcipietion of the anal
Knit,
KikWAMP
A. Mt
t^4»rgam/
urtttut,
A pOQ
Ncum
1-tMfMDK Rl*«r,
Daly
shot through
cap A troop of ('apt. Wells* cav
alry came to the n-iK iic. hut the Indian*
decamped. (MMI. urr basa troop of *»v
alt in the had land* to watch any ntove
wit of the hostile*. They report about
eeventy tep*»e«i being
WII
-bohl which is totally Inaccessible. The
oaly knwrn outlet for them- Indians ha*
iNk f! elowed hy a large force of troop*,**
Situation NriMit la RuMi|tMi.
(«i.rA*. Wash.. liec. |H. The Indians
Mar At Mat*
threaten
to
WUM th«"sheriff of
aalxed a iiiimtM-r
Kntira ICtprtM Train Uw«
Haw. aUBt ud Injarteg Mmmy.
r.r.r.c, IKh:. IH.- VV«»rti ban Juat l»wen
retiN.Md from tst. Jowph le i^viM to the
ePM't that Um* wt-bomid Halifax ex
pr«m went through a bridge at that
l»iece shortly ix fore
IMMXI
roil
.Wn.
special
Rapid City.
at .1:30
tiiis morning, says: "A courier jpst iu
elates that a Marty of fifteen men were
besieged fifty miles from here on Spring
Ofeek, at the
ranch. The Indian*
b&vc oiaiii' three attcm to lire the
ranch. hut have nut been
succ«*ssful.
One
*f the "X't njunM is H. Hay, aid-de
camp
to the governor of the state. The
Ofturier who trltiar the news had to break
through the Indians, tiring frith his pis
tols right and left One of their bullet*
V
lilt coat. (*en. Carr ha* sent
aj.' Tup|»«*r with loO men to the rescue."
A .Veie* H|MK-ial from the rump of the
xth cavalry, on Cheyenne river, says:
••Major Perry's command hw IMHMI joined
b| Scout (ins Crane, who reported that
•ear -Smith ville a large nunN-r of ln
ns were wn and shot* exchanged be
tween them and the escort of a wagon
trialu Ainnii forty Indian* attacked the
government wagons and over loo shots
were exchanged. One aoldler was
wounded and another
E
H. W. Kvcrett lias
outbreak be-
Ailam*
county bad
of
iu»r*e*
Ix longinif
to
the Chief tw-auee of default in tavo*
TIMP MMI4 lion
Ik rion«.
THROUGH A BRIDOe.
THI GOVERNOR.
The waterworks lui* put in
liurnard dey ax a
Otrkery
nearly
iMithriMtTn Hxtures.
••ently
in a strong-
N.
C. Palmer
uetiay The
entire train ex ept the b«ggag car and
•jflKiur. w«f«t down. A numiNt n( paf
i(HMferi wen* killed and many other*
iajured Aaeiatatictt baa
ba«n
mal from
ljevtH
Minli»r »1 rte* Mai* Aftaili Arr»%aMl.
JNKW tnt.KA?iM, I*a.. Dec. IS. -The
Mu accused »f llenneaay'a murder were
brought (nto the rrimioal dixtrict court
yeat. rday morning to
IK»
arraigned on
the new ifidictin-fitn. The indictment
warf then read and the question* of guilt
them. In-t« Rl of a plea to the
indictment Uwvi Adam r»*ad a plea.
Th-- pajMT stated tiiat the righu of the
a*eu!MHi were prejudiced in tiiat U. M.
Wolm*ley and N. Hcrm^heini, two of the
grand juror* by whom the »aid indict
ment.-* were found, were at the time of
the arrest of the defendant# and tlie
coaniienci-iuent of the preacnt profieitu
tJou agaiiott them and are now memlxm
«f AM aAiMM'iaiioit Htyl«*i "The (-omiultUN*
douhtedly he a aucceas. The priM-eeds
are for
the benefit of
our
house.
NKW
Tex., Dec. l«.~The
bo§ trade with Mevico hai« been op« md
ip Again, and yi Mterilay carluail*-of
ijtjg^ from Chicago passed through this
ujty on the wa\ to the City of Mexico.
The trade wan paraly/«-d about a mouth
ago hy a New Mexican tariff of a
bead on each hog imported. i hicago,
?*t.
l«oui«
and Kansas City dealers, how
«vor.
have received the tragic, owing to
tfcn deoianda of Uto Mexicans. IWI iias
gone up ill the city of Mexico frOBl to
contest^
of
atnoe
The sclxnliilc of trains on the
Norfolk & Western ruilroiid had to lie
abandoned on account of the
deep
snow,
ttt l«wutb«e»t Virginia a he»vy »«ow fall
hi at so reported.
Ith Nrnll* I puN
W. H«ijt
who murdered his wife pushing
off a iiff at Falls in July
waa hanged here this morning. The
MHfcieumed man walked to the
acaffoki
hh fane.
Tel««rk|iltlt' TMb.
TMI (kiiombian
government
of the
pal)
l*auama Canal 00m
have signed an agreement
tnf
for an
ctteiuuon
the wife
of the well known railway ticket brokor
ef hicago. shot heratHf y«»tcrda) Mra.
Hulford had Iwfn
111
for a long time »a4
for several days had been very deapond
«at h» will die
TH*.
has appointed
a coBital**kn
and direct
the
movements of
Cathoiic .vw leti**# in Italy Tins a:tion
,f
the
pop* i» regard»hI as lnd1 attag
tfMkl ti»f intenthMis §fr to t*Sce a UtJift
aattre part la pottttaa
I
HorM* Hwlaa V art aw I,«Mara Mca-
LkMakm, Dec. IS.- -Sp»»cial: The Mar
*onic lodae BMt in *pp«ial maaion Tues
day night to confer the third 4ne§
upon Kd I'lftler. A large nnntber w
pr^wnt and a banquet wa* spread.
waa in Woux
day on buWIIICH*.
Si.
HilLn'I
to Slou\ county.
Mr. and Mr*
JJJ£
H. Drafa Christ
auk* Firaaaa*
'.r2
The M. A I'. ou»rU* met Tofadajr
'night at the home of (*«o. H. Carter.
The annual meeting of the Iowa I,«~
gloii of Honor *i* held and Dr. Rlchcy
wa« elecUMl pr**Hldeiit. ,,
a
and !S»-v»nth Htreetd.
Hon. Wm 11. l»*nt »«nt
two-inch
pipe ui Madiwui street, between
Sixth
a very fine
Rt.
prwaent to
ItohiA.
w«H»k'Charley
Gov. Horace
Howard, a soldier.
ciaimitiK to In-long to th»« S«n«nth r«*gi
ment of the regular army, which fMiMMMi
through here on the way to Pierre, at
tempted .Hiiiclde by lying down in the
rail mad to let the train run over him,
hut the cowcatcher of th« locomotive
pushed him off from the track with no
injuries. He wftn crazy and expected t»
he Miiot for deaertion becatiee he got off
the tratn here^aad did not get back in
time to go.
City
Tuea-
left OB a bualoeeti trip
Kenoan, old renideDta of
JbeMar», have left
OVER THE RIVE*.
TH* Hag** Stowa ta a»«th MMI
uHl»ar «r Cwnml aN
lt«ma.
Not
rt«
Sioux CITY, l)«c 18.—Special:
completed hia
J. ,s. iiishop is slowly recovering from
his recent paralytic utrohe.
J.
Tenny, who has
lwH«n visiting
South ioux City for soine time.
In
ha«
re-
purchased a newajjaper plant in
llawarden. la., where he will locate. He
i» an ojd n«wsi«|*er
man
writer.
The U.
A.
«nd au abh
R. folk# will hold
a
public
installation of officers here on the even
ing of Jan. Speakers from abroad
will ie here, aud grand sup M-r and
tmli will wind up the evening. A good
time is anticipated.
The f'acilii Short Line brought In two
far* of stock on the passenger run this
Homing This was caused by attach
ments being attrved ou the freight
fine.
hi on tbe gtck liat.
John Hows waa fn town tHi* morning.
•I. M. Moan has returned to South
Skmx City. ||e nays everything is
working all right for this place.
Tie- city council are coming around
all right. At the last meeting of the
bo«ru IH«V ordered at] aide walk* piaend
at grad«.
Win. Annnerntan waa aevendy bitten
by a bull dog Wednesday evening There
are three places on his l*idy that will
leave mark* Mi, Atiimeruian was en
deavoring
to keop the
dog from biting a
friend.
•Torced to the War," by South Hiotix
City talent, wilK be produced
need
at
Smith's
«pera houae Saturday evening. D«r. *J0.
The new s«H*nery has all lK«en placed in
position in tiw» ftflll, and special arrange
ments of stage and curtains made. The
cast of characters consist* of the l»est
talent iu town, and the play will
Cornet
Kveryliodx should turn
FOR BIG STAKRS.
•faea U»inpM) ami
IW»b
rt«iii
Kilaaltuuioti* ta
ROR
a arj.ooo
I'unar.
\«nih, Dec. 18. The forthcom­
ing great fistic battle at New Orleans
under the auspices of the Olympic ath
letic club letween liob Fltjesimmous, of
New Zealand and Jack lVra(Miey. the
ctiamjrmn wtrrtdh- w*4ght- jmglliat of
America, is exciting iutereja in sporting
circles, *4H-oud only to that created by
the Sulllvan-Kilraln mill. Hig 'delega
tions fjp*»in this city as well as Ihmton.
I'liiladeipliia, Ituffaio ami other eastern
point* will journey to the Crescent City
in the second week it* January, accord
ing to present plans, to wuues* what
promise* to in" one of the greatest glove
of intsieris times. The articles
of agreement pro\ ide tlmt the contn»l
ahail
IN*
to a timsh. .Marquis nf yiHt iMi-
bury rules,
and
to commcncc at odock
siiarji on January U, Kive-oimre gloves
will !e u*n d. The stakes an- $12,00". of
which the winner will receive $|i,000
and
the loner
a
•1 .om»
augurated
H||
t-onaolatioii stake of
Koth men
will weigh
with
rolling
atils, fo^ndrios tind tua hide Khoj»i add
tbe tkrovinf out of work of 3,000
A. tLmmu
ifi Ave
minutes Ufore the call of tiifte to the
ringside, neither to weigh
|k»i:nds
i
over 154
Betting has already bai^u
the
A ». CIIMMSL
uii .uxi. Dee t* Tlie private-bank
ing house of S. A. Kean A Co.. one of
the oldest in Chicago, will not open its
door* tieday. Mr. Kean made a state
tiieia to the preas last night announcing
|.the »»uspensiori"i H«* declined to i stimat*
the liabilities or the assets, but waa of
the opinion that every claim will IN paid
III full. They have been negotiating
wo me time, he said, for a reorganization,
either as a state or natkmal hank, and
expected to reorganize without stopping
busiuesH. It had Is'en found, however,
that it would
business
and
the
provtd
of the
period for
the
impossible in a short
Is*
time to raiae the ncceaaary funds to con
tinue
with safety, pending the
reorganization. It was theretip»»n deter
mined to accept the ne*t wis« st course—
suspension. "Our busini***,-" continued
Mr Kean. "has grown too rapidly the
last year or two for our capital and the
stringency of the money market made It
laijssssHde for us to turn over the ae
curtlie* again at once after we had
loaned rtumey on them Our jiomlnal
capital was tKMi.tmo, but in the reorgan
ization it would be a&oo.oou."
FKovn»Kxrr., R. I., Dec. 1*.—Owen
Bn».. agent* of the Atlantic Villa, have
aligned. LiabiliUet* large. The mills
will .ontinue running a# usual under
Manager Stephen o lietcatf.
Victoria
IIbc. is -KaipmM AapM
baa gitaa »rtti
tea a«a.
YOKK. !•*•. 1
nn-
band.
out
and fill the
in­
odd* in favor
of
Ja**k
Deinp^ey.
PDRCED TO THE WALL.
tf« D*w« «T t*»a Print* Itanktng WifMa
M.
MADISON SOUTH DAKOTA, FRIDAY. DKCKMBKK 19,1890.
HAVE
FALLEI
Trial in Seattle of the Xeep|
of a Notorious House
111 London &
Where Shocking Immoralities Wai
Practioed by Member^ of the
Eolith Nobility
Lady Connemara Secures a Divor
From Her Husband, Who Had
Bo Defense to Hake.
KrATTi-a, Dee. 14.--Charles Hai»^
mood,
keeper
of
the
notorlona Clevelain!
street house, liOtuion. wher»» alnwkitig
immoralities wer» practiced by the mem
bers of the Kgglish nobility. Is on trial
here for grand larcenv. Hammond lives
at 1ft Cleveland street, J«oudon. asd
when the
I'it I! Mnll (inxett*
exposed the
horrible debaucheries of young girls and
boys at Hammond's house he was forced
to flee to Belgium and thence to America,
lie came to Seattle in August. and
opened the Havmarkct saloon. He
H4*ern» always
to
money
and
hush
for New York city
where they exp«ct to reside.
have plenty of
to
be
able to draw
money from
wealthv English
men whenever he desires. Last spring
J. Todhunter. who is *uppo»4-d to
1m* a Scotland Yard detective, located in
Seattle and cultivated
quaintance. In May he tried to
a
trip
Victoria. Hritish Columbia, to eel# brat
the queen's birthday, but h«* would no
go oti liritish soil. In September Toil
hunter engaged as bartender for Ha^i
motifi and then worked up tiiu present
cas«' against him. lie is now on trial for
stealing a valuable sealskin
swears
him
In
1
saeque
and
gohl watch and chain from a womai
who was drinking and carousing witl
him in the wine room of his taloon. Tin
woman got dmnk and claims to have
lost her saeque and watch that night
Todhuuter
Hammond
got
them. Hammond 1* stylish aud w«ll
educated. and about thlrty-iivt
years
of ag
Ills wife, who assisted
running the Cleveland *tr«et
house, la with him.
On
the witness
stand Hammond admitted living at 1$
Cleveland street, London, but refused
stat«! his business, lie said he was its
duty bouud to his feliowmen iw»t to dis
clos»*
secrets. He swore that big
these
money had been offered him
The trial tsa«p}MMi*]
to givp
iij
formation in Kngland exposing Engii#h
royalty and uobility. but he will n«**t-r
give them away.
tn
bra
maffeton*
prosecution instigated by Todhunter.
who has been foiled in hll efforts to kid
nap Hamuioiid and get him into HrittsU
territory, for Ifammond is %)wavs sup
plied with
abandantmaaaa aMNloea MM
to
steal.
LADY
N*w
eONNEMAftA.
IS*or«# Vmui MerCMgrMM
iHtaalaU ItaabMMt.
ft. —A London dis­
patch says: In the divorce court to-day
•••the usual time for the intervention of
the queen's protector having expired
without any action by that functionary
Justice Sir Jamu* Jlannen formally
entered of records* decree of divorce in
favor of Lady Connemara and against
I.iord onncmara This j* the celebrated
case which during tip* past two w»wks
has been,' re|*-adedly citei Mr. Far
Iiell and his sup|ortera. to prove that
English ««t'iety condoned, whi n a mem
ber of the arisu* racy was roncerned.
mucli mor»* Hagrant offenws than those
with which lie (Mr. I'arnelii is chanted.
The Connemara djvoree egj^' til reiainl,
dat«', having t)een tried on Nov. 3S.
Ijonl Ciiiinemara is the *on of l^ord
Mayo, and is now nearly ilfty years of
age His e\ wife, to whom he was mar
ried in 1*6.1. wax the daughter of Lord
Dalhonsic. an eminent scoilUli p«*er. As
Hon Koltert liourkc, tlie prei«^iit lord
sat in parliament for many vcars, and in
•1 tilled an office In the minlstrv. In
tin- latter part of that year he was sp
|Minted to the governorship of Madras, a
peerage being conferred upon him under
the name of I^onl Connemara. Ills wife,
who i* now 57 years of age. accompanied
him to India. Conuemara who was con
siderable of a gay duck, became more so
when he became famiiiari/cd with the
hot climate of his new point. At Madras
there were opportunities fur intrigues iu
abundance, but to the lascivious eves of
the hoary-headed old sinner, and his
•.».*»» pounda of flesh, a chambermaid 111
the employ of thv family, one Hannah
.Moore by name, combined more graces
arjd charms of person than all the native
and Kuro|iean residents combined. So it
was that she fell a victim to his
wiiea. There wai. a good deal of differ
ence between the station of poor lowly
Hannah Moore and that of the high and
mighty peer and governor general, and.
consequently, the chamlieriuaid accepted
his attentions with due humility and rev
erence At the saint time she felt a cer
tain aimuiut of exultation in tin' fact that
slic haul captured a l«»rd, and a the *tcre4
was too big for her own poaaeasion, she
confided it to one of her friends, who
hapt»ciicd to he iu the confident1 of Lady
Connemara. Consequently, the intrigue
between the "Mate apartment* of the **s.
tie and the servant's quarters had barely
been established upon a comfortable basi*
when her iady»htj appeared at the op
portune moment and then- was an explo
sion which stirred i»ch tv in Madras as
we 11 as in London to its very depth*
Lady Cojiiicrnara packed her trunk*,
took the first steamer home, and insti
tuted proceeding* for a divorce, while
the noble lord remained IM hind to face
the music of a
»«*:iety, outraged, not to
5
much on account of the scandai ae »f the
lowly origin of one of the parties It.
Lord .Connemara made
t»aea, Dac. i«. CapL
lM.»at. in which be left Amerlr* *jatr
months slue* in a trip acroa* the AUan
ttc, has been •taiutlwl ol yibrater..
US"
OP
1»»ssessjon
SUMMTS.
COUIJM1!«
i»m CVIMKA i'.
FRANK.
Tfcto l« Ufe* Charm Ptwwi« Ma(
Acalail All*rMjr-ti«Mral Millar.
MmAJiAroi.iH, Dec. IH. An effort Is
being made to havo the federal grand
jury, now in session. Indict W. H. H.
Miller, attorney gem-ra! of tln Cnited
Statii*. The charge brtoight against the
attorney-generaI Is that he wnt through
tiie mail- a private letter over his official
frank. Last summer, it is alleged, the
attorney-general wrote a private letu-r
to J. K Kobinson. of this city, upon po
litical uiatt4rs. The letter was given
publicity by the recipient at the time.
1 ho democratic county committee got
of the letter and
USMHI
it as a
uup-itgu docuun nt at UMI laat
tion.
Now the charge is made that the en
'lop*
in
which that letter
was
mailed
isd not I mar a fMMtage stamp. The law
pttivides that .anv public oflicnr who
-itall use a "frankisi'' official envelo|e
for any other than ofticiul business shall
b« Un-1 S.'MMi, Those who want Mr. Mil
indicted say this letter was a private
one. was so marked, aud that the attor
y geucral clear!v violated the law in
I* tiding thee|dst|e under his frank.
The grand jury has been uotliiod of
be 4]it-god violation of the law and will
•robably hear the witnesses soon.
A*OUT SAN SALVADOR.
««r New MUikHar ta Hi* UalUrf Itetw
Tatka Abonf His OraAit
titlm.
Hammond's
ac­
ge-
Hammond Into Hriltish territory, there
being a large reward offered for him It
Kngland, but failed. A steamship wa
afterward pnx ured and Hammond wn
invite*! to join Todhunter on
CiiU Ai.o, Dec. is. (Jen It. M. Molina
Han Salvador's first envoy extaa
tllnary and mlnisu-r plenipotentiary to
tilted States, with a large family
and ret in tie of servants ami Interpreters,
fa in the city on hfs way U» Washington.
U'lh'-rto San Salvador has liem s(«as-.
Htlslt' illy rcjirescnt-i at Washington by
*p»»ctjil envoys, but fn»m now on she will
•»Vc a logatkwi it our capital. (Jen.
Oniro was at the liead of Sun Salvador's
g^rruy during the late Central American
ap hreak*. Speaking Uirough an inter
preter. he said:
Vhe cldef matter that I shall bring before
Wlhtetary Hinbic wilf be the htfortitatlou
lHat ."San halvjtdor is extreineSy anxious to
Wfcri«ei h«r viUaable product* in the line of
itrtlt),'M, o(Te -tti ur. «Uaii!. peruv ln and
toahr*K.ut ta 1 he idled stat«*s, and ftiat, If
tiS" •'nIUMJ htao»s
M|H
fnrnlsh ais-rtain »uin,
tile !"U,U t»al V aUor K^ erniiteiil will uL UttCe
a l!W'* ut'iftiitfi 10 t«* iimh( as a miIwffl) for a
lta» »f io ply
IWL
STARVED IN
CaetoMMs
we«»ii our ports
awl ihe UTOIKHI St uSett. Thti» i-» the
JWI PLAN
of our prviii' in. tjrat l)u c'arion Ail
of the Central American «tates have tdsrned
treaties of peace,. but«so far the union of
states has not been realised, aixl iher*»
art no lnoitedlat- hopes of »ti amalgani:t
tk»i. ISmKu Klri, Nicaragua and toiate
|«aia a
re liisiiruMuat«l*lr V«tijoet« in
tim
path of peaceful union. The country of
Sal* ador i rich, good M-hiMils .il»i:nd
»u«i th |eop!e *ff more pros|»»-roo^ and
rfh)»*«l (l« »n tltiuM of »h«" iieiulttsiriiik' «tat*s,
h« ac. 1 union undesirable lo not Uilnk
tite bt*ni itnstic, but tiiMt* jtv 111 prove
se^oait. e»iya*l«'r is tjic rwing.t lilted
flu, fjdkMiMa
'gnaaag -m^Mvaaaw^ r* •**, .••••- hmmw4 a»-
BIG STORES.
e M« Time U»
CHICAOO.
mm Wwrnmpt
Thejr Aaa.
Ih»c. IH.—All the female
health inspectors are now tnveatigating
the charges recently made hy members
of the Woman's alliance that (title cash
girls in the hig stores are heiug over
worked aud underpaid that they did
not get sufficient tune U real or uat
their meals, and were compelled
to worw overtime iu mauy of the
places without getting even a chance to
eat their
Also that they do not
revive extra pay for overwork. The lu
sp««ctor* «»n investigation have found
that in many stores tltese children work
over fourt«'en hours a day for wage* av
eraging from S*i.r»U to $3 jer week. They
get down at o'clock in the uiorniug and
are
(1 to eat their lumdie^
ILf
dress un-igiied,
planation:
"THe editor of the /.irinp
IQ
squads, commencing at the arbitrary
hour of 10 o'ch»ek. some not getting a
chaOce to eat until Th«*n they work
till o'clock in the evening without any
thing to eat until they get home. The
h«*alth threaten t*t ptibilsh
the natues of those who subject Uiw
child re 11 to inhuman treatment.
Warkfi Fair a Ml Awailay ttMlm.
Clin Alio, Th'c. 1h. A movement for
Sunday closing of the Chicago fair has
Issued in an address to he forwarded to
the religious press of therountry for ap
proval and signature. The hicago
i.iv-
has returned. Urn ad­
with the
followlu^ ex­
Chuirfr
will ad­
vocate Ute cioMlag of the uxpositum Sun
day*. u.t least aa far as nil industrial and
ointiirniul ai'llvlt le- connected with it.
lie cannot see, however, (hat there ts any
iiMtre Harm ia Wulkitig through
I
lie parks
and hails and consenratories of the exptsl
tlo»i on the Liird'n day li-an In carrying on
'grt'Rt maNM t.icelIn**' for the dis-us!»toii of
moral qut«Uuu» Indeed, the c.v|xi»it.oii
rtoul Mteni to 1m the best place for the
holding of »uch nieetlngs. In of the
fact that tie? ciiy will la- crowded during
1 he wasoii ref rrwl to wtth a multitude who
have for tbe tlriie no hontes bol the hotel*,
tsjardlag IIOHWS. and »ak»«s. the iwaua^eni
wouid s« eiu is* follow inj the law of
•mercy arid not by keeping open
.Sunday aftartioutia such port ions 1 ne
aa above Indicatnd
W»«i«ra Kara faoklaf.
?f!*ct*NATi. O., Dec. ftTfedar's
Prim Carrrat says: Hacking plates
mailing returns have bandied ^10.000
I s o o i w e e k a a i n- e
prer«edl»ig we*-k aad 44o.«ss» last y*ar.
Kstimatliig places not re(Mrted, the total
(row No, 1 |»3.sai,U0ti, against 2.M10.
udo last year. I nderm»'ntio»»etl plai'es
compare j.» follows
OUtta. ,• I
rhicagc
Kmmmm
maha
•*Siax
i: ...
M.,nai*ai-.t!|i.-4X
ttviUimt
Mftwaulcv ,,,
•st t^.Ul...
(Mar ltati«|a»....
I |MVeli«Ul
Satsraeh..
Oeait«Mia
NO defeas IA»
tte
pro«*e«'dings Instituted hy his wife,
the case consequently went by default.
••AU Watt."
fXM
"I Wl" TliPii 1 4 Hi a iH —ih
-.j***
EAFLAJN 1 FLLMUBK ADLAMGMADL
MUl 4 1 WV NJWpnMwf"
1*1 1*)
t«:
UlU
S.tU.1
W •,
THAT SENATORIAL SEAL
RidlleW PiMphete Cotwide?
IMaj. Pkjklers Chances
Brightest of AIL
Tha Meaning and Validity of tlat
Iowa Antt-Tru&i Law to
Ba Teatad:
What Waa Dona at the
tha Nebraska Farmara
Other State NewsL
HifiMiu.ii, 8. D.,. Dec. ia Hpaatal:
Mai. IVklw1* earnHdaer ft* ^rnirtni
Mianly's *eat has caused coewiiW-nshle
comment among the local *uiH*»rtfr* of
the senator. It is easily m»en that they
an- decidedly worried atiout It. hut
claim, with considerable* confidence, tltat
Mo«Mly w'tll be returned, even though
the republicans In the legislature are in
the minority. It Is asserted by t**c who
•ught to know, that four deonn-rath"
memtM-rs from the Itlaek Hills secured
their election by pledging thems« Ues to
MiaaJy, aud that at the proper tinar will
vote for him Should that. t»- the raM
It practically laaures his electUtti, but it
is doubtful even though they are |iledged
that they will dare to go on record as
voting for a republican when there is a
fighting chance for a democrat la ibis
county the defeated ntuiid#te* on the
Independent ticket for the as*ewhU and
senate served n«»th'e of contest on their
successful opponents, tlbe rep»iblnans
Nothing has been done beiide^ the uier»*
s«*rvliig of the iwUices, but 1* prominent,
independent t»»hi your eorr*-s|Mndeat
that, 'they will not push the .-«otesi in
the senate, as ttie republicans have a
majority In that body," but tiiat "th.
content* in the house will be fotight to
the bitter end and that the contestant*
will be admitted, too." In that case It
will change the complexion of the house
three votes more in favor of the fusion
Ists. It U an open secret that should
the democrats insist on iiartb tt Tr»pp,
that many of the independents are ready,
in case no compromise can be made
with them, to vote for i*lckler,
as they realix** that in principle lie is
with them. The stand taken by him at
the (k ala. iia.. meeting in fav.x- «»f their
various pet measures ih a^'ord witl»
the si ntimenta expresa««d by him in a
sp«»«M'h in thjs city tefore eiet'tt*»n He
made reference at that Urns* to th«a fact
that the sub-treasury bill was intrmiuecu
by him "by request." but he wanted it
understood that It was hy the expressed
request of the ailiauce leader-. In Wash
ington. that were engineering the bill,
that he tii&m. This is well understood
atll«n»"e ntsA tnf
mtf
proml ne ace. and
they have never yet sought, to dije redtt
the ma tor on that account. Th*« «m»1,V
objection the lude^tident^ can have tin
him is that he differs with them 011 the
tariff, but no doubt lit* views on that
issue have been sufflcimtly ru*«lilied s»
as to suit the tariff refotui «'h*i»eia of
the third party.
No stock I* taken In the alleged ex
pose of the Cleveland-RHee-frtpp deal.
The politician* iu this
sider Tripp in It, hut that It wttl either
be Moody. IMckler or a "dark horse
John Fargo, teller of the .spink ounty
hank, has resigned his |a»siti«»a iu the
bank attd left Weduehday for Middle
borough. Ky.. to accept a .situation with
a banking institution of that city. A
large number of good cithmaa bar* left
this fall for the south.
lima nkwa.
fait of aaci it-j
Du
Moivse.
ml
JSOIUM
th *m arc "ban h^ txad i4h«*r
ductive Metltutiuiis. hi witoae
saw doe* aot, dis riwMaat. but
imem
k." 08a
-.XjAM whoti!
i%
try
mm
ta toa laaatm fcasisiatw**.
Btuaa. Idaho, D»*c. if. The leg is
i at
are began balloting for 1'n:to«t MtaUt*
senators at mmm ye«tat(lay aud the at»*
ticipated deadhsck «ieeiurr» d. The n io|
ber ot voicm si, UoUi ho(jw,-s ia fio, necn#.
'ianr to a boi*-e. Sa, number x»f reput.iie
ans. 44, dcneixata, lu The sanat* vate
stood. Dubois. 4 H|oup 3, Hagett.
M-eConnetl, 4, SU'wn mm, 4. Ir the
houee Da tads i 1, Hk*u 5: iagi it «,
would be manifestly i*nji«.»k*o
aad
enforce t4e
1JW
ttm
iaw
It
utlvc oiutcii.
wvtud aa- aa
ei.oriwoa-s ciimqsw iu th« state and -om
paratlweiy few bae, could ta- if
laid The matter will laid te-furc the
«'\e«
and
a
mat
niore
caje« arlU he
v
of
this
He died, and for year* she has been
public charge Not
a
mrntUmm
LlNfWI.5.

.ilais
ItataMi
l)w.
in.—S«h-rotary
af
State Jackson has just completed a Iter
ciilear. task Imposed upofi him by the
anti-trust law enacted by the last legis
lature. The act, makes it a conspiracy
to defraud for any cor{w»ratiou, Irm or
Ittdividua! doing business ia this si«t,
to enUrr into any cotnbii.aiion or agrre
ment to Hx the price or I'wit the produc
|ion »*f any article or product, under
penalty of a tine of from f£iMi to
aud the possible impiitMMimcnt in the
i-ounty Jail for one year of any petaou
mt (:onirict«Ml. Th»-re ar' other pen
alties, such as th* inability of
any corporation so coavicted t* en
force its contract, forfeiture of ciuirt4r.
franchises, et. The sevretary ol state
was r*Hjufred to frsue a letter of itM|uiry
to each corporation iu the *tatc. to as
certain w lictber rtiey were oix s ta« the
law. Atout «,ouo of tle-.n* letters mere
sent out in July last, aad up to date less
than haif have tc«u properl* heard
from Of these twenty -three «,haiii(ed
the aflihiavfts. *0 it w» Illegal: '*1 were
returned witcalle^ foe at the poetoftn to
which tbev wi»re sent, and no reply at
all was received from l,Wi o| the tat
ters: ai%o forty-nino foreign ewrpora
tioi:s dtaag buaio« s» in the state fall*)
to answer. Under the law it k» the duty
of th» secretar) ol state to ertify thea**
delinquents ti the attoraey-gi^neral
and the latter oftji ia) ia required
to bring suits- to com?ei answers
to the lettenk or to enforce the
|M«aalties for a failure to answea.
A 1'st has l**h pri pared 'or that pua
|ea*e. but it iad*ultf ul wftal action will
be taken. A peculiar phase of the situ,
atktn is that many of the alUq|««i de
linquent* a«e corp«tratUMks that boati
gone out of btMlneas, b«Mt just what onen
there ia nv» way ot
record Is kept. The
tut justj
th*a likely
ma4e
up for
WkM mm
a 4adla$on
j** to the meanlag or validity of the
law.
Empaaaa.
Harawruarr, iw jh.
Iteoiictt,
iftw
Kliaahoih
rity,
of Iowa and
pense
,f
one *f tm pion«ers
this
ag
place, died a
Hi the
few
the nuaty
Md-'-'janeiU %. t|tttk twuaen once mayor of Uu» city, aad aba
then
gays
tr aane ward of Men y tnaipifcaL
u this eity and was burled at the *i-
Her
huahand
«aa
waa
aad^p**lUua-
relative was
dollar*.
of
to
ai
her lied-»idc or u her rtim ral Two old
friend- followed her to th* grave
Al*
moet immediately after the fam-ral it wae
learned that she owned
a
tine farm at
I riiiccton, I aa.. and that her
son lives upon it, ami farther
that hft* wealthy IwHtim
sisters, one of the former
a citi/en
of
D»*s Mo^ues, having recently givea a
church .»| that *ity donatMMi of feeireraJ
thousand
They a Hawed her |p
rn» a publtr charge and
deserted |)*-r
r»a*«4tia
fm
her death. The payment of She bartai
expense's by the emiuty will bsprotested,
aud 14 is likely that the niggwdly rvia
tive»will.IM draggM out
into
itifhi.
NHHIUsaA MKWa.
Clwai
ai trrHiaa tlw Ptm--
s^«au |«T.
Dec.. IH. —The second daf'»
*e*»foa «»f the State Farmers' »ilianc«k
wa.s stonnier Umui th»» hrst. Theae
the cleetimi of otln-ors. These w«-re
5,.^-
shuts ar« belli ia n«Hret and detaiUMi
p«rts y impossible u» obtain, and. noth
ing can t«e learned except from leaky
members. The first, work of the
day
waa
aa
follows: I'resideais Jtthu H. l*oweni» of
llitchcix k totally, the
ant for the office o#
giiirde|Minhmtclalm'pmsi-viceverm»r
dent. H. (J. St-awarfc. of Itox liutU-county.
who is contesting Uw ehs ttou of K. L*
Heath, republican, fwxu the Klfty-third
repreie-ntatfv#- dis%rh t: s«creUry and
treasurer. M. rhMaapeoii. of Lancaa
ter tMiunty executive committet Jay
Hurrows, I^aacaeter. Allen ll«s»t, lkoi«
las It. AI!« •n, t'aw wounty C.W. Ileal.
Custer county Ik Mcdaw. Adams It
is undersUMHi tluU fiMieof Ids commitUw
are anti Hurrows tm a
The ibiggnst «n»tiwi took place la
the afterniNin. when ex-Senator
Vaa
V\y« k offered :*Resolution expressing the
s*nse of the alliance U» ix- that green
backs and silver should In* made a legal
tender tor all debts, public or private,
whether the Contract provided for their
payment in gold or not. He made
a
number of attempt* to get the floor le
fore President P»w«r» would rccogiiix*
hini, and only Mici'e-4»*d hy making *0
much nots»* that :vlj other husiuesa came
to a standstill. During this time I'IW
dent I'oWers owiered him t«» sit down a
numle-rof time* »id tiaallv ordered tlw
sergcAnt-at-aVm*
s-m htm or put him
out of the room. The officer approatiusi
the ex-senator, when he defied him to
lay
a
band on him. de4,iartug that he
would tight for hi* rtjrhts as an Atneri
can citizen the sanw
as*
he had ftMtght
for long years iu defense of his country.
It is re|MirU*d that President Howrerw
tinsn told the beliigere-nt tx-senator that
he would send f»»r thr ptdice.
VanWyck told huu to send
OMMOMO,
4o not con­
section
Neb.
U» le- »me
for
the
police if he want^i t»», but he should
treat them the same
he had treated
4*
the *-rgeanl'-at-ariae. He knew hit,
right*
as an Atnorhmn citizen and wooid
''W- r«aolution
anil ilwti at
length, and ('•. wa» adopted with a,
grand hurrah.
OiiaM bnan
Dec.
was^,J^f...
IS.—There
scoaa
trouble abotit the in
coriMirating of thi* village on account of
certain lands being included in the in
cor|»»ration. However, the village was
lu or|torated to- lay
A
reinon*?-. anew
has rM«en prescnte«l to the county c,om
miswion prayinn for certain lawn to be
left out of tlie incorporation, hut after
investigating tb» tuatter they dt^^ded to
incur|Hirau* a« per the original jjietition,
but afterward* setting aside tho. laud re
ferred to the village was incorporated
a cording
the petition asked for.
Wednesday vonlug
a
village
1
MK-US waa
held for the ptfarpo»e of selecting live
trustees to be approved by the comtnis
aioners now
session at
llejre. The
five Irustis's to h«*ki office until a regular
Iilage election cMuld lie held The fol
lowing named te^atiemcmen were chosen
John heH«tii«er. 1', J. llUlerbec.k,
J. A. llal!"tt ync. W. C.
our town
and
Clax-
ton and .J C. Satiudera, Thes»
gcTtttcmnn
rnpre-e-nt the
IMS?
Interests of
ate fn every w
j^
intereau^db
in the futile growth and |rtMi|icrity of
Osmond That they will -mi/luci the
affairs of.the v44age fn tt
manner
ommhM
that
^attsfactnTf
Im questlaued.
we
ar»» duly
NvW
incorfxit Mtsi It is ti»e
duty of every elti/en to pi« shouldar
to the wheel
aad
assist lu making
mond a pfauw worthy of 'Im
deserves.
(la-
position
The flr*t ffre in the hNtonyof our
by
was gtwon
,0ie
UMWI
occurred t.hi» morning. iJenee amoka
wass**on iseutug from th*» u»*w resid-veie
oecu{n«i
Richard Kurtln The aiarm
aad
a numt.v
ol
our towns­
men tisluei to the ri's an tMid siti'it^viitd
iu maetorittg the situnUoin AIMIIU.
will
cover 1
had
he damage, on, which th*rt
n« inauraace. The tire. «-igtnaial from
a stove pipe hoh lu tlw tlWe.
beHU
Tkt*
hide
stufftsi full of sags, wkk^llmd
caught fijn*. This siuiultl be a
to 'ithera to b«* iuor.%c,^rr»ful.
Uaalh mf a TirapySat
Btiatvo Ihw\.
wmraAtg
Nona
1
n* Urothcf Kdjamrd,
onn of she best kn&mo of the T.*w^ptst
inonk.s at the Xtvw iliary niana^aery,
died bast mgnl after brief iff e**. ag«*d
'1'.* years war. fammik in tasioun
trv r'«*itid^s«4 for skill cterinary
pria tiee ^nd
.4U"Mim*.
and vu^titeasulted
h* kerwemen from Wi parts if.Hi
v asi i 1IIS. W M«m was found
us. the arte 4au at K Hammer's
yeaU'rday at a 'taptto of H7?i- fes-t The
fh»w is small"' pniMMit. Uu. it in etp^owd
tit wil. beMim uronger miah hut little
more woik. this we^i
iost west of
in.
Uudtug out. aeno town, aud the fir*ti *ft«-i»i, well ia
a*ttaln humltade Chartea Mia MMinly. QUMMTS will he put
n«*ti pro- i down this wsatar for «ty^iat*ou purpwei.
favor tkw I
m*um* taaaai prow the wires.
i. C. tku.Aimik. Iiiieasurer of Hooaa
oowily. Mo., is shoet aver fc*K.etM in hla
a vouuta. The couAty will loae nothing
a»s his htHtdsmeik age able to make good
the amouut
1*KTITIO«m twra eirculattug ail over
Okiah»ma aaklng that roncreaa declare
the present leffoiaturr an IHegally
arganifed body and all it* work set
pitie.. Tlaey will reach Washington next
Mimday
Tur. «*atema«t of Aaa%ne« Herbert K.
I»i a.«* of t^e aiatyuid Irmaf Urejferf.
Kaiiou A Ca... Uaakers of New York,
show* liabilities ef li.SM.lilk nominal
annate Mi •aiaal aaw»
a^M

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