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vf way through ti-rtatn jHirtlotiB or 1
th atata oi .'orth JJukota, and Mini
tin, i.rouertr iM'i)tli'U xiviu taxauo.
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fhurier. to trauxDort ifovi-rntiifiit tor
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atat 4'auuot iuijmir tuo lcnii or a c
tract. J ha oytutou w ciaiwaia
l..r. lovi'riuir tha wholo around
will prohawy w luacii uh coucjubivw
aol tiuig tua mwtnum
WANT LOWER RATES.
Dull Hud Tlitri nI Mn JVtltlou
for Tw-'4int I'ar.
f'MlfAOO, March i5. Kvcty theatrical
and ham ball uwiigT In th northwest
mid went haa iigi"d au agi-iii(!tit to
utki 4-vtry pmM mcan to cotniMtl
yailroada to giva thoiu a rate of 2 cmiU
a for their jilayn. To that end a
iuitlng waa ludd n Chicago, and wua
attended by .urly very niuiiugor
Juterthlcd. It wan h'clded to tino
Miild nwaauna at flrt In tlie
nUitim of a Nttiiiou to thu VVwtcrn
ymwiw'r miaoclatlou for tho a:'tit
m,t4'. Jailing in tlib a committee will
Uke full charg of tho routing of all
travi'liug t;uiiadc, . Thcro U no (ue.
ii,n ltit llii will rcMiilt in the umkUiu
tt tlw rate, or a l- one, in vluw of tlw
fact that tour of tlw nix Mt. l'aul Hum
juiad wiiftcu jirollei of lew than thin
rata to tho juanuger of the Wilbur oix-ra
4:ouituny, Jn of th line will 1m ae
Icctcd by tha coinnitttx-e, aa uIhooiiu
liiw to Oiiiahtt and KaiiKoa City,
Vvlwitlwr or not tiwao liiiea mako coticon
Kiotw. ihev will act all the bunlnw.
Hu4'-h tacti:H hav alwayn i'4fhiiHd in
I0W4 riuit rato. and tht) ihnatrical mcu
w wimdetit of gaining their point,
Jawa KI4Jtln, '
hvsi,M, Hmrh l).-At tlw city elec
tion a atroiig ticket wan dectfld, hwM
by V, A. Jetinlng for mayor and a high
Mason Citv. Miirch 8, Tha Citlzmm'
th'k t curried about unanimously, The
,ou)y hihuo wan thut of , municipal im
provement. 1om, March fl. JJ-xma ilwt a Ro-
JjuWii im nuiyvr and treuhurer and a
Jeiuoctutic attorney and tum-imr.
CitKHTON, March Derr, P., wan
i'lwtcd over Jianna, 11., for mayor by a
majority of W, 1 hi Kepnblicuint clectud
the treasurer, city attorney und two out
of live aldermen. Tho vola wa very
i"loh 011 all officers,
LmaM, March 8, rlf(ly, D,, wo
re-elected mayor 1 y a majority of 1)3
and tho lii'ptil!iaiiH elected tho treiw
urer, aMwewor and twocoiinclhnen in tho
Hecoud ward and thfl Democrat the
city attorney ud ono councilmun In tho
Viri ward and ono m tha S-'ond, Tho
proportion to bond tho city for (in elec
tric light plant curried by 23 nnijority,
MiHwouiii Vaujjv, March 3. dcorgo
Royer, the jHJpular Klkhorn ex-conductor,
wu clectwl mayor by au over
Ckoak Kai'IDb, March 8, John B.
Jlcuderwm, D, wua elected mayor ovor
JoHoph H, Andorwm, It, by 2.rtl majority.
Tho Deinocrata elwted live aldermen
and tlw Republicans four.
I 4itlliillr ana J111IU UI .ttirairliillin.
Wahhimoth, March 8. lint ono
point of difference between the confer
joes on th legihUtiveand judicial appro
priviion bill remain to lw w-ttliHl. Thli
in in ictereiue to tha t hnrgtt exiictcd for
converting old bar into coin. The
euttte amendment givitig addithnml
ch-rk to tho civil twrviro commitMlou
wa ktrm k out, Tho w nata iWerree
u ing obliad 10 rectnla from their nup
vrtof it Uh hum) it retention mi;li
j-nduojter th idthnutA adoption of Uuj
'I h Riiittr,
Hu.TiMoat:, March H. Tho inandat
in thecuM it f,f S. Key, llnry
Jour and F4w4td Hmith, ththn Na
V4Mt4 rioter whonrti under xentenoeof
dtath, w rtwtved from thupfnia
4'ourt of tlm rnin-tl hutD by tlwcWk
of tla l'itd Hi 4!e circuit wMrt. Tha
iit of tins )owr 4Hurt I aftlrmud,
and Iho piiMiiifM wi!l now Imv to I
brought Into; 'amtl and eiUtiu'4Hl to
m hMJi(Hl, Alt ettolt will UieW tw
'do lo t tho piesd ut ta itMuuiuta
them ti, if 4 ltt.nH-,
In tmm ,
Ktr Yi , .March -l -t a
mtHtiHil id to il.icktvddr of th VU
i'oniu ti Mh and HuiKt railway
lha following wra s td diwtri
MtUiif JhNi.ju, t. It Huitth and M,
I1, Niiuhrd r"4ddi i, l. l'arlr,
1 1l fn, atii) i, T, Mttrphy. Nijtu.
V, t, hU4UIi4ltMtldeit Alld M. I.
Hnulh IfMMimvr of tha toad ,vliv 'i
riathat will coninu-tit vfti lb nd wt
tlta onntuj isf ipuui.
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trd U th tt MMnt tmm ul (H vty
l'tritf rilry at4d.rol th baiM
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mode for building cold torago and
grain depot, Knelt diatrlct Alliance
will lie made up of delegatoa from nub
Alllance, In thi way a coiiHtunt coin
muntcHtion from individual metulM'r of
the Alliance 1 to In had.
'We well know how many rattle each
individual memlxT of the Alliance hue
on hand," aald Mr. MeO rath, "and lie
can hold them without welling for need
of ready canh. A record of the fact
will bo kept. No individual memlar
will noil I1I14 trrafii to option mn or
bunker, but when he 1 obliged to ell
tho grain will Iw taken by the Alliance,
Tho aaiuo thing will follow with cuttle.
We wilJ have ageut in Raima City,'
who will kcej) the dintrict Alliance
iKwted a to the market and the demand.
Upon thi infoririMtioii the demand will
lie anppllod, and no more, at a fixed
price ucterinlnod by the Alliance,
"No wheat will In on the market un
len it i iictnally to Imi had and ha Ivn-n
produced. There will lie no apoculating
on the prain In fore the harvcat h
come. The four Mate in thl trut will
practically control tho wheat and cattle
market of the UnUed Htate. The com-
mlHalon each day will wire fanner to
wnd in a certain amount of wheat or
cattle, ii tho caw may be. calliiufon
tlm one who are tho Imnbwt prewtea for
oaah. Hie amount uemanneu to anppiy
tho market that day will le apiortionel
among the diMtricta eqwdly nnd in turn
apportlonwl by tho dihtriet Alliance,
No farmer who 1 u inemhcr of the Alii-
nre will aell hia nroducta till calleil
limn. Uy thl plan wheat would not be
07 one day and 011 tue next, nor cuuie y
cent and again !.
l'l.iloff tt I'rlc.
"Other at aia Alliance Are expected to
join later. Tho luudent thinK we have
to deal with I fixing the price. We
mean to find tho exact cost of tho prod
uct and add a rcnaonahle profit to it.
Thl will bo hard to BHcerlain, aa aome
fanner and atock raiw-r can produce
more economically than other. But
we have decided upon a atandard and
the price will be maintained.
"The banker will not antagonize thl
movement, a It i not going to injure
him. If you don't think tho achenie i
to lie a KiicceH imagine, if yon ean.what
would baptien in Katiaa City if the
farmer held tip cattle f r 0110 week.
The great packing house would lie
obliged to (Jo 3 at a frreat low. The
bunincHH of tho city and the eutiro alate
would ha crippled. We have atatiatica
which ahow thut Kansa produce thrt-e-fourtha
of the cattlo killed in Kanwi
Mi.ili l. . Artr lt UhUky Tiut,
"The new achefho 1 modeded in detail
after tho whihkv trnat. Of conrae, you
will any thnt onr )riuc1plea will not ad
mit it, but we have decided that we
must tlKht tho devil with fire; that i.
we miiMt tijrht trunt aud i-ointiiiiation
with trust and combination.
"While thl w heme will reverse mat
ter by puttinsf the atxkinen and trrain
men at our mercy, we do not think any
injury will reanlf, The a heme hmk
tUionary, perhajHt, but I awnro yon
that it will hiircly lie a no, altlmuxh we
have not not many of the detail under
way yet and fire not ready tola-Kin opor
atlon. 1 am rmviviiKr letter every
lay from null-Alliance of the ttate, all
of which favor the achemo."
DESTITUTION IN OKLAHOMA.
rnurl Irtiiulji will Snarling fur I uj
Mini t lolMnf.
OKt.Aiioy. Minh 8, A deplorable
atato of a(T.iii eit among the negroc
wlu have hiti jy 1 mi,fiatel to thi terrl
try. They have -oine to the iiumlwr
of arveral th.'U.iiul, with the under
atauding thut tlw Koverumrut would
fv-o-l them and give tiu-iu a piece of hind,
an t they are now uprnitig their eye to
the fact that the hind t all tiikeit by the
white men and that the irei nun-nl
wtit Hot f-d th 01, and a tln-r Ifave no
ttioooy and tl " I m work f r th. m to
thev are tu a deplitrnhU voiiditton,
Thev are at tarjittun d.ar, with not
fiii'itd wiihma h island mil, a
Mtany of them r (rem Uiviituna, Mt
iMij -il ;ik A.Un4,
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ARRESTED THE AGENTS.
rlat rUno 4Ihi f'slU to Warh
CuF.vr.ssit, Wyo., March 3. H. II.
and J. J. Week, brothers, were ar
reated here by United States Marshal
Rankin for violating the United Htatea
postal law. Tho men have been t-an-Taaaing
Cheysnu for several week
obtaining addrei4e to whom they sent
letter by exprew to Omaha where they
were mailed. Theae letter informed
the Clieyennltea that the Pierce Piano
company had for the purpose of adver
tising their piano awarded three
Cheyenne people a piano, tliat the jier
son addnwd waa one of the lucky one
and requeated a remittance of 10 to
cover ilrayaiie and iacking. A large
amount of money wonld doubth; have
pounal into the Omaha firm had not the
Denver poatofllce inape:t)r4 discovered
the Mcheme and canned the arreat of the
worker. The men claim that they are
innocent of auy intention to do wrong,
that they are merely working lor watfe
and nppOH4d the I'lerco Patent Piano
Mtupany a flrat clac institution. They
will have a hearing when iwatoflh-e In
spector Lawrence arrive from Denver.
DEMAND3 OF THE ALTON.
It WmiU to Mtt miu HiM.k avt no a.
Ciucaoo, March . Chairtnan Finley
iaaitinl a call for a mm-tlng on the appli
cation of the Alton for authority to aell
mileage books at $'i0 a, tlatuaand mile.
Thi would practically make a 2-cent a
mile rate bet ween Chicago, Kt. Loul
and Kanaa City, All line intareated
except the Alton will vol ngaiuat tho
proramltion, but the Alton can then
make the reduction under the rule hy
giving ten day' notice. Every competitor
except one, of the Alton i ineinlier of
the WeNtcrn Triiffle anociatlon aud can
not make the reduction except by goina
throtiKh the circumlM-iitioii oluce aud
then idvinz ninety dav noti!e. In tho
meantime, nuletw tho Western Traflic
aiM!lation rule were broken, the Alton
and tho Chicago. Ht, Paul and KaiiHa
City road would bo dnng all the biwl
ueaa, Tho Alton ha all along favored a
two cent a mile rata, and mile it now
make it. can uao tho threatened reduc
tion a a club to compel fair treatment
from tho Wcwtern Traffic aaaociatton.
r'llnlrnmoiii mill MoAnllir Mi4llietl,
New York, March 8.-A four-round
glove conteat latween Hob Fitziininon,
the AuHtrallan middle weight champion,
and Jack McAnliffe, light weight chain
plon of America, wax an-angod. The
men met with t heir backer, Dick Roclie
and Otto C Floto. at the Ht. James
hotel, and agreed to meet in a conteat
luatimr four roumw for trato receiiits.
The cundition are that Fitiiaiuimous
will have to knock Jack out in a sped
fled time. If McAuliffa stays four
round ho will have to be declared the
winner and will reeTlve 73 pet cent, of
the rtttlbts for 111 work, wbilo tho
loor will tret the reinaiiitnir nortion.
The date of tho contest will laj aet when
t he men hold a uteetimr next week,
Uocheand Floto each noaled It. WO to
inure tho appearance of tho men iu the
The lltiiii-My Murdr Trial.
New Orleans, March 8. Tho trial of
the nine Italian for the murder of Chief
of Police Hen neatiy ia the sensation of
tho day. The court room i crowded.
Tho evidence ao far coucl naively
point to tho active participation
of fonr men Hcatt'edl, Bogncld
Polito and Monastcrio in the alioot
injr. Tho other five are not oaaociatiHl
with the crime a yet. Polito, who la
believed to have made a confession,
came to the court in a separate van
from the other prisoner, and wa
guarded by police to f prevent violence,
but none was offered. Tho case will
A Mmi with Ilcrord.
HCKTIKOTOV, W. Va., March 8,J-Ed.
Jackaon, arrested in Qreenup county,
Kentucky, a few day ago on suspicion
of robbing railroal car, ha confessed
to killing a man iu Logan county, to
having four living wives one in Adams
connty, Kentucky; one in Portsmouth,
O.;ono in Millsport, O., and one iu Iron
ton and to having also diverted from
the regular army and to serving u tarm
iu tho Ohio js'iiitentiury.
llalhaway 4.Kt m l.lfa Sviildiiots
CuiCAuo, March a. Tbo jury in the
case of Ooorgo A. Hathaway, trUil for
tho murder of ex-Alderman Win, W'ho
lin, returned a verdict of uuilty and
e?u?t)eH liim to the peniteiitiary for
life. The verdict was a great aurprUe,
Hathaway nearly tainted when to jury
wiuouiui-d it. He ivntUletitly ex
piH tiil to I at pUtted, Thi atali' wa
muuewluit atoiiisiiHl at the verdict. A
motion for a new trial wa made.
KHM r ralllnf UI.
Ont mwa, la., March 8. M4-
Korthway wai 4-iiuht by fulling late
at the 1'htlllp coal numt and initaiitly
killel. He had just iwovered from au
injury recdv.d in an accidcut iu which
hi wa k tlhd.
CKMitKViil.r. Manh8,-At the K
lay ia mine, iwar la-re, WlllUut aud
Th'-ma HullitnQ wer klllitl by falltu
IHa t iitwil luutiM4,
lufatH, U. Match a -A p.nl.U
gT.u(. jury ha U-eit ruiianU't to In
Vtgate !h Kilioti (kik ttt aiwotliiil
tr4-t which tvitrr4 hrf lt wk,
A Urn aufiVr of witnMM4 hv 1hu
iitl"wil k aj'Nr bifnre the t;i and
jury, huh Hi! at Pi ovUk to Jy,
OaMU, Um-vIi d--T:4iriy clerk hv
bet-it 4i4 5irttHy Ik Iturltngf au ud
Miwhi 4ii rvi-1 at thi plo, M-n ar
Win di4 U. I at frr Mt t'kU..
North Dakota Sctllers to li3 Ousted
from Railroad Lands.
TELE WORK OF CONGEESS.
Tfc Snipping Mulnldjr a Olhr Apprm
prlatlou III1U PmmhI bjf th Kiit4
Boom rra41nf Iw m4 Me
braika ranaloni Crnt4.
WAsnisoTOS, March 8. Senator
Casey's resolution, adopted by the sea
ate Haturday. having for their object
permanent settlement of the titles of
the Rattlers in the northeastern part of
North Dakota, are of great importance.
The 8t. Vincent extension of the Mani
toba road laid claim to tha land on
aides of it constructed rood b
,vn Bt. Cloud and Ht. Vincent. Tho
extension, however, run north from
Fergus Fall, often at a distance of lea
than tha ten miles allowed by the grant
from the Ited Itlver of the North.
Nevertheless the company claimed tho
full ten miles, notwithstanding it would
include large tract across tha river in
North Dakota, Thl was disallowed by
the interior department on tha ground
that tho rood was within the limits of
Tha supreme court, however, in a sub
sequent decision disregarded tha lamnd
ary limit of the ctate, and the ruling ia
that case will govern in the present
case, no grants up to the time of that
decision having lsnm recognized.
In North Dakota tlw government has
disposed of and patented large tract of
those land, which, under thi decision,
must be held to have inured to tha rail
way company. These land, it Li said,
include part of Fargo, (Jrand Forks,
and other important towns. The de
cision rendered by tha supreme court ia
the matter of overlapping granted land
ha practically rendered it iurposnlbla to
wholly satisfy the grant to the Mani
toba company within it limit. Ifa
settlement 1 possible, therefore, it will
be in the line of Casey's resolution di
recting the secretary of the interior to
negotiate with the railroad company
wit h a view to securing it consent to
make a settlement of other public land
in lien of thoae in North Dakota.
Washington, March 8.In the sen
ate the house amendment to the toiinag
subsidy bill was pasKcd. The bill now
goes to the president. 1
House bill relating to the treaty of
reciprocity with the Hawaiian island,
and house joint resolution appropriating
(1,000,000 for the improvement of the
Mississippi river, to lw immediately
available, wcTOpiwsed. t
The conference report on the Indian
depredation bill wa agreed to.
The agricultural appropriation bill
wns poseed with amendments.
Thehoii.10 ametidmontto the senate
bill for the inspection of live catUe,
hog, etc.. intended for exportation, was
Hortte bills were passed for the ereo
tioUofatleiV mint building in Phila
delphia at acosf not to exceed 2,OOO,0UO,
and for the erection of a new custom
house in the city of New York, the pres
ent custom house to bo sold for not lean
than ft, 000,000. and tlie proceed to be
used for the purpose of constructing tho
Wcnate bill granting a twnsion of $3,500
a year to the widow of Admiral Porter,
Mr. Hatch of Missouri, moved to
auapcud tlie rub's and paws (wit h amend
ments) the senate bill to provide for tlia
inspection of live cattle, hogs and tha
carcass ami product thereof, which
are tho subjects of interstate commerce.
Tho motion waa agreed to and tlw bill
Iowa ami Mlrakn Tension,
WAsaixaTOS, March 3, Pension wera
granted Iowuns and Ncbraskana aa fol
Nebraska Original: Theodore Bnr
kus, William 11. Hate. Franklin Velly,
Francis Rogers, Riclund J. Tiwxv. Jacob
L. Mno, J4tn R. Winter, William J,
Perkins, Francis A. Sutton. Herman
Li. tze, Caleb Philliiw, Charlea W. R.
Jlnls-rt, John Nelson, Edward Orton,
Clintoo Day, Ocorgo W, Fraxee, Will
iam T. Will. William Ulass, Charlea la
Mel, Jeremiah Murphy, Washington
Kltiiginan, Joseph IVtttt, Thomas Par
dee, John Schlacf, David A. Uoro. lVter
I). Marr.' Increaae: Jtiiue K. ltiudhart,
John H. llntler. Reiwiue and increase;
Jonathan W. Andrew. Albert U. Utter.
Original widow; harah il, wife of
William H. Austin.
Iowa Original! Daniel ( Flderick,
Pi ter Omiuen, Jame H. Vernon, Ueo.
W, Cox, Nelson R. Wiitu, thriatophrr
Went. Carl lJarinky, M.xkhi Chaaa,
Johu 11. Doiling. Daiih-l Muller, RoWrt
W. Lvnn, David Hortou, Coniat '.
rVvftt. l.uman II. Pierce, tieorga K.1UU,
W ilium A. Cramhdl, .h rom Uuteuce,
liu re44M-; Thomas X, Willtaitwoii, lhi-U-l
IVr. tue, Muiititoiiiery t'Urk, Jteuaus
and tiu n ase; A nut O, Hi k.
A Iiimm t'alHwr't U4.
Cl BVl t tNti, O., MurcU Ifelo llo.
W4jII, a farmer 10 year of age, lining i
Huuuutt 4vtMi.ly, t tmuineaud grab
bing an at aplil ht aoii'a h4.l 'Hau,
killing hi ui tiifcUntly, He ttw n iWl44
at ht wit and deti U-r a terrttaa
blow, alter wttkh h trit loculhi
thi4t. Xdishlkr4iiUiiu Udoimho
rould eod hi hie. Hi if may r
1h4 llUaa aliilp.
Hranuriim, 111., March .t-The
WMhbalUi faluu-r, t i liirt h
ItgUby, . Ornh, V Wwlf, 3, t.i4-
lift h I.
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