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About The Sioux County journal. (Harrison, Nebraska) 1888-1899 | View Entire Issue (July 18, 1889)
SIOUX COUNTY JOURNAI
ngatNi raTrsmao, raiuhar
STATE JOniNGS IN BRIEF.
A new Lutheran church will be bailt
in David City.
Grand Island u to have a $15,000 A.
. O. U. W. building.
The assessment in Douglas county
foots np to 935,000,000.
Boyd's operm house in Omaha was
old last week for 1250.000.
The (alary of the West Point post
matter baa been increased $100.
Grand Island has raised a bonus of
$40,000 for a beet sugar factory.
The Baptist people of Merna are
raising funds to build a church.
Burglars cracked a safe in Palmer
the other day, securing about $50.
James McGill, a Lincoln teamster,
was killed last week by the kick' of a
The American water works company
t Omaha has 115 miles of pipe under
Judge Dnndy is negotiating! or the
purchase of a ranch of 640 acres near
A Young Woman's Christian Tem
perance union hag been organized in
Mr. Kelson, formerly city editor of
a Plattsmouth daily, is about to sturt a
paper at Baucroft.
Fifteen thousand people assembled
on the Beatrice Chautauqua grounds to
listen to 8am Jones.
The new Catholic church at Grand
Island was dedicated with Imposing cer
emonies last Sunday.
North' Platte had a tremendous rain
fall the other day. Two and a quarter
inches fell iu forty minutes.
A crusade against the bootleggers
of Fairmont has been begun by the law
abiding citizens of that place.
The grain elevator of C. J. Fetirer,
at Fairfield, was destroyed by fire last
week. Total loss about 81,000.
Rev. C. A. Lewis, pastor of the M.
E. church at Sterling, will remove to
Oregon about the 1st of August.
The old soldiers of York county held
reunion on the 11th. Gov. Thayer,
among others, was in attendance.
The assessor's returns in Holt coun
ty show the valuation of taxable proper
ty to be $17,000 less than in 1888.
The Johnson county fair will begin
in September, and the management ex
pect to make it the best ever held.
. A reward now of $1,400 is offered
for apprehension of the murderer of the
Leavitt children in Seward count'.
A soldier at Fort Robinson, who
'forged General' Bri'sbiu's name, was
sentenced to ten years in the peniten
tiary. The young son of John Oman, of
Bartley, was bitten by a rattlesnake,
and for a time was in a precarious con
dition. Garfield county wants the Sionx
City and Ogden road, and will offer in
ducements for the line to build through
The Omaha members of the Society
of Christian Endeavor are working to
secure the national convention of the
society in Omaha in 1890.
The Omaha cable tramway company
filed amended articles of incorporation
with the secretary of state. The amend
ed articles include South Omaha.
The eight span 115 foot long bridge
at Dir. twenty-seven miles west of Sid
ney, burned down last week. The fire
was caused by a passing engine.
F. P. Alexander,,of Tecumseh.has a
addle which has been in his family 103
years and is still in active use, the only
thing new about it being a girth.
Secretary Furnas is now working
np the interests of the state fair and ex
pects to make the coming exhibition
one of which Nebraska can be proud.
The ninth annual normal institute
for Gage county will be held at Beatrice
commencing July 22 and continuing to
the 10th day of August
Michael Walsh, a member of com
pany A, Eighth infantry, at Fort Nio
brara, was recently seriously wounded
by the explosion of a cartridge. -
There are 7,033 miles of railroad as
sessed in the state. The valuation varies
from $4,000 to $11,000 per mile, average
5,880. Total assessed value $8,583,325.
Gordon B. Goff, of Manison county,
last week received $1,700 back pension
money for disability resulting from de
fective eyesight incurred in the naval
Wm. Flint, a carpenter, was killed
in South Omaha last week by being vio
lently thrown agninst a building. His
bead was split open and he died almost
The farmers' alliance of Cambridge
organised into a stock company with a
capital of $30,000. The necessary appli
cation papers for a charter have been
i The county bond law is still attract
ing considerable attention among the
tats officers. It is thought by many
that tke law will eventually be declared
-Bait ha been brought in the district-
eovrt of Gage county, enjoining
Ca ieane of &M,0M worth of eowrt
hoga bonds. Wyaon parties ore the
falff ihtt of ft ii
Zi QeOmr, f ins wkoaathew
t fcn a atarrt af tlrl st m
Andy Hess, who lives near Eagle,
claims to have a spring that can supply
Lincoln with water, and he is auxiousto
have the city give it a trial It is only
eighteen miles away.
It is expected that between two and
three hundred students will be in at
tendance at the Wesleyau university
next year. There were one hundred at
the close of the first school year.
The mystery surrounding the col
lapse of the State luk at Sidney is as
great as ever and will probably not be
solved until the matter has been brought
before the courts for ail judication.
A colored girl qamed Comfort Ba
ker, who was alone iu the world, and
penniless, save what she earned as a do
mestic, graduated at the bead of her
class of fifty in the Omaha high school.
A HARD HITTER.
Sullivan Knock Kilrain All Around
the Ring and Finally Folia
Him Like an Ox.
A PEITLURLT CONTESTED TKIZE
FIGHT IS EW10KIL
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Jnrtwas l-tl-rr ... ... , ChaTHO Of UM
ug t" toe laiiu' ,,.... Fllda Make SV
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hire.l u raiur- Report to the fUDIlc.
night, and by iti
yea to ' n lit 111 trk'VAILISU
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lUt JthwioHa Flaa H-rrar a
Vara lr la Finally Kear4.
The Salllvan-KHraln Pr,M ';
In an aceonnt of the Sullivau-Kilrain
fight, dispak-hes rejKirt that in the thir
teenth round Sullivau Ix-at Kilraiu all
around the ring and finally with a heavy
on the New
,st. Camp stool, were placed U the
two corners for the nieu to sit upou.
. ... air and were SooU .
the ring. I""!' ? ';M1,t. V 1
rip of roi MrrU-he.1 alx.ut l r ,
IS siS IKAXIS40.
, af III
A SMTla al lalr.
Tlm4 I liraar, l ri fcraat
trm mt laalgaatlaM.
h ITtTEUE r ISSt Be
lt bat Ha m'm Ni Par JabMlawa
Th I omMlMar "l ark.
A sUteme nt of the work done by tue
i.,ott i.i. ,r fin.l liitu like an ox. At
William H. Hailey, a conductor on ihg opeums 0f tue ineteenth round the
the Colorado Central, stopped off in referee 4ien"",anJea that Kilrain wash his
Omaha last week en route to England, uam M ue believed he had roiu on
his childhood home. Soon after ar-' (ljem i)on0van protested, but Kilrain
rival he suffered an attack of congestion wmiAieA. In the twenty-fourth round
of the lungs, at the European hotel, and Kil gucceeded iu giving Sullivau
several jKiwcrful breast blows, but le
fore the round ended he received iu rc-
died shortly afterward. 1
The board of sniervisirs of Gase
county authorized the chairman and
county clerk to procure lithograph
bonds for the new court house and ad
vertise for plans and specifications for
the new buildiug.
The horribly mutilated body of a
man, supiosed to have been run over by
a passenger train, was found on the Un
ion Pacific railroad track near Dix sta
tion. The mau was supiosed to have
leeu a tramp. Nothing of value was
found on his body.
Articles of incorporation of the
Kansas City & Beatrice Railway com
pany v,ere filed with the secretury of
6tate. The capital stock amounts to
$1, 000,000. The inconorators are New
man Erb, C. F. Brotherton, A. L. Ap
plewhite and Charles A. Jewett.
Nebraska has two companies formed
for the manufacture of beet sufiar, and
machinery for their factories is being
purchased iu Germany. Analysis of
Nebraska beets made last year by the
division of chemistry of the department
of agriculture resulted iu a showing of
15 to 16 per cent sugar.
Richard Miller, living in the west
ern part of Nebraska City, discovered a
turn one in the neck which floored hiui
and for a moment he was thought to be
I Twenty-eighth round Kilraiu came
up smiling to the scratch. ''Easy, little
fellow," he remarked to Sullivan as the
latter gave him a Btinger in the right
cheek and an equally btroug delivery iu
the left rilis. Several more blows were
exchanged and Kilrain had to drop
again. The same story was now reeated
round after round, the excited crowd
. yelling derisively and suggesting that
Jake ought to fight only a woman. It
was apparent that Kilrain was deter
mined to be game so long as he could
keep on his legs, but the crowd was not
in a humor to admire his courage and
brute tenacity. Now aud a'aiu he
managed to get in some good blows on
, various parts of Sullivan's anatomy, but
I he invariably dropped when it seemed
certain that retaliation wai inevitable.
In the thirty-fourth round a blow be
hind and under th right ear felled Kil-
. rain like an ox. There was some good
fighting in the thirty-iiftli round, Kil-
rain getting two tremendous upier cuts
that made the occupants of the stand
give vent to a prolonged "oh!"
I In the thirty-bixlh and thiity-seveulh
rounds Kilraiu walked around too much
for Sullivan's patience and a thousand
voices in the crowd yelled "row aril."
It was light touches on both sides, walk
clinching and dropping on the
uted as follows:
Wrwt Virginia . 2
Nurlh rarnHlin. !tt
Ml.( Hun Ub
s Ml b!?an
71 heli&n -
:. Indian Twrifjf
142 Totorado ...
jr, Montana ...
1 1 I ..morula.
171 Idaho -
S.'. I lrron
man trving t) effect an entrance into
i -.r. r.n . . i t ,. arounds, cliueli
" , , Vi, jiart of Kill am from now on. huilivan
bed, grabbed a revolver, fell over a evj,l(;tly pitied his opponent, for times
chair and fired three shots at the bur-1 without number lie gently pushed him
glar, who lost no time in scaling an ad- away with his open hands when he
joining fence and escaped in the dark-' p01"' have delivered blows that would
" have settled the mill then and there.
ness' I In the thirty-eighth round the referee
Rumor has it that the Union Pacific again insisted that Kilrain should til
is about to build a line to Alaska from ' aud not walk around. Donovan ob
Portland, Ore., but at the comiany' j.ted, but the spectators howled him
. . nt. .1 4 down, nullivau delivered two terrific
iU4K iu i "o , , ,. ... , , ,
in the breast that sent Kilritin two feet
back wards to the ropes, where he fell
in a heap,
have no knowledge of any such scheme
and do not believe it will be carried
out, inasmuch as the Union Pacific al-.
ready operates its own steamers to Alas
ka ports from Portland. I
In the fortv-fourth round, when Sul
livan bewail to vomit, the Kilrainites
shouted to their man to go for Sullivan
Ihe suggestion made by department . in the bellv. Kilrain could not be per
commanders, G. A. R., that only dele- j suaded, however, to put up his fists un
gates attend the forthcoming encamp- tjl his opponent hail indicated his readi
ment at Milwaukee, has created consid- n.e,RS I'wee.l. In return for h,s con-
,, , , ' guleration he got a nlow in the neck that
erable iiard feeling among the old ; fciieil lljln iiUe ox. S() it w(!llt C1
soldiers of Omaha aud Nebraska, Major rouud after round, every one ending iu
Clarkson, therefore, has made com- Kilrain goiug down. In the fifty-fourth
Trarfclailaa TI.U Var.
In the year 187, 13,'W) miles of rail
road track were laid. This was largely
,i. imretition between lines. In
1888 only a little more than 7,(XJ miles
The ireent year d-s ,
not promise to be a year marked for pommittee of the fWl commiasion has
railwad building. During the fin.t six Ueu fcriTen the public. This says
months of the present year new mam tll4t in figures th3 expenditaree
line track was laid on 123 lines in thirty- (laUs fr n.j,.f in the Conemaugh
one of the states aud temUiries, aggTe- Tjt.r ii,cbidiug the amount of f-XlO.QOO
eating 1,522 mile., which were du-trib- w,.,ro,irjie.l at Tuesday's meeting of
the eommiHsion t I reon npnngs, g
gregates J2,2'),'KW. This exp"nditnre,
tlie statement ay. includes the work of
the Pittsburg, johmtiwn ami Phila-
deljihia relief committees and the flood
i commiKaion; also disbiirsemenU of the
state in abatement of nuisances and ay-
mi nt of military detailed to staff and
police duty. The statement ays that
-' all funds placed in the control of the
4 V- Total si .tv.ia i.s governor have Wen transferred to the
The 1,522 miles hich have been a.l.le.1 reiie. - - , -
auoi, ,..,., ... n, i,,,st i nuderxtauil ng tlmt the 1 ittntmrg ana
for the same erioti in " ". - - --
all moneys i'ow in the liaiid" of other
committee lie p.nfed under the juris
diction of the coiiiitiirtiori. "lU ltef has
le'n given in U needful directions
with the great"t iliHpateh Cinittent
with the best wi-d'iiii that could be
brought to cnuiidi-r t'm cti-:"
"The problem confronting the com
mission ill the Coiiemsiuh valley," the
statement says, "is 'f the greatest mag
nitude', demanding the utmoM Celerity
and the wiwut and most delicate dla
crimination. The nr.mlM-r of riis to
lie fed has varied from a maximum of
31, &50 to a present commisary roll of
7,000. The Dumber of distinct claims to
be aased iion. manr of them involving
the iiiter'-sts of families of dependent re
lations, aggregate nearly 4.0"0."
The statement then r-cites the decis
ion of the commiii.n made on June 27,
to anply the funds contributed for the
relief of sufferers to relief work exclu
sively, and on such a plan as will give
the money to the iiet ne-edy sufferers.
To carry out this plan Judge Cummin,
one of the mcmlien of the commission,
u now at Johnstown aud is energetically
at work. Supplies of food and clothing
will be givn as long as required, al
though it is Imped that this form of ra
tion can noon b iliacoiitmued. Addi
tional houses will lf erected and fur
nished as fast as the ground on which
to stand them is selected. The $-500,000
in cash appropriated at the Crennon
meeting, it is thought, will average con
siderably above SJIiW to each claimant
"The sums required for the Johnstown
district will coverall the moneys com
ing into the state from outside jlonrces,
with large amounts in addition. The
appropriations for other htcabtics are
from general contributions mad within
the state of Pennsylvania." The com
mission promiMS to publish a complete
statement of its work."
HLA( K'lAILIX. A UOIA.
plaint to the commissioner of this de
partment, that he considers action of
this kind ill-advised, without first con
sulting department officials.
John Ma'.son, residing on the farm
of John Mayo, nine miles northwest of
Bertrand, committed suicide by hanging
himself in his barn. He was discovered
about 6 o'clock, having committed the
act since day light. Malsou was a man
41 years old and had a wife. Poverty,
ill health, financial and family troubles
are supposed to be the cause of the rash
The house of J. M. Bumgarden, of
Fremont, was entered by a burglar and
robbed of importrnt paers, but of no
great value to the thief. His presence
awakened a young boy, who screamed
to his parents, and although the thief
was closely followed aud several neigh
bors joined iu the chose he made his
A Sidney dispatch says: Reports
sent from here to indicate that the bank,
of which the - suicide Morgan was cash
ier, will le found all right are evidently
made with a design to deceive. The
bank is at least f50,000 in the hole, and
there is no doubt but that Morgan got
away with the money either in playing
poker, speculating on the eastern mar
kets or both. '
The old soldiers of York county
held a reunion and picnic in a beautiful
grove one mile west of York on the
11th. Over a thousand persons were
present The attractive feature of the
day was Governor Thayer, who came
round Jvilrain succeeded in getting in on
Kullivau's face, but the latter got Ki!
raiu's head in chancery and pummelled
him to his heart's content. The next
round ended by Kilrain falling to the
ground completely exhausted while en
deavoring to spar. Kilrain was knocked
down iu the sixtieth rouud.
In the sixty -second he wound his arms
around Sullivan until the referee was
forced to tell him to break away and
Sullivan himself urged Jake to be a
man. In the sixty-third lie received a
telling blow just under the heart aud in
the sixty-fifth Sullivan went at him with
a rush. In the next round the Boston
lxy forced him agaiust the ropes aud
banged him right aud left. In the
sixty-seventh and sixty-ninth rounds
he knocked him under the ropes,
while in the sixty-sixth he sent
iu two frightful npper cuts. While
falling in the sixty-ninth rouud
Kilrain caught hold of Sullivan's legs.
Somebody in the crowd shouted out,
"He's dying, John, hit him hard."
Sullivan's only response was to turn to
ward the direction from which the
voice came with a look of disgust From
this on to the seventy-fourth ronnd Kil
rain dropped at the slightest movement
of Sullivan's fist. A breast blow felled
him in the seventy-fifth and when time
was next called he failed to rise.
It will be seen that the large't pal t
of this tracklaving has been done in the
south, six of the southern slates report
ins Gl I miles and ten of them showing
"i miles, or more than half of the en
tire mileage thus far recorded. This
indicates the general activity of devel
opment in the south, although some al
owauce should be mode for the f.ict
that the climate there is more favorable
for railway building in the first part of
the year than is that of the northern
states. During the next six mouths
some of the northern states will add
considerable mileage, notablv New
York, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Michigan,
Illinois, Minnesota and Washington.
Conditions have so much changed
that it is not safe to venture estimates
based on th" comparative amount of
construction done in similar period in
previous years, lint from the utimlier
of unfinished enterprises iion which
work is now going on it seems probable
that the new construction of Wwill be
Bomewhere between 3, 500 and 5,000 miles
Million In linuilles.
James Weeks, chairman of the com
mittee on unlisted securities of the New
York stock exchange, succeedi-d iu
learning the amount of certificates the
various trusts have outstanding. The
biggest one turns out to le one of the
newest the lead trust. Its officers sent
word there had been issued W50.1I5S cer
tificates of the par value of $100 each,
representing a capitalization of .01H,
KW. Less than two months ago it was
known the capital of this trust was about
IS.WUjOO. Ihis increase of over 850.-
OOH,0O0 in so short a period paralyzed
Wall street. There was a rush to dis
pose of these certificates. This forced
priced down and made lead trusts very
weak and shaky. The .following table
will show the capitalization of each of
the five trusts:
l-d i S1.01S MM
Cotton Oil fj pc, nt
eaters only U
rrna.l. ..I . l
A Valuable oiitrlbullon
Among the books recently received
by the city library of Washington was a
collection from the state of Iowa. It
numbers not less than sixty-threo vol
limes, and gives as comolete a histnrv
of the progress and present condition of
the state ns could be desired, and is
very vaiuaute lor purposes of reference.
All 41ia 1 ,,w.t. AMA i f ii . i
and those devoted to agriculture and
Iibtlllera and Cattle Feeders.
Mra. ti.org tinier, of Kanaaa rily, lata
Vlrllan of l',iarru,nluna fenpla.
A Los Angeles (Cal.) dispatch aays
that a novel blackmailing scheme one
that is a complete reversal to the usual
way of doing such things-came to the
surface there. The priueipala in the
Montana lloraemen Organize. n"r 're nk M. Harris, a confidence
Miles City (Mont) special: Pursuant nun, Belle, his alleged wife, who sails
to a circular letter sent out about ten ""'r the alias of Hello Mays: (ieorire
ii . , - "
days ago to the horsemen of Custer
county, inviting them to meet the citi-
lens of Miles City and confer with them
as to the advisability of organizing an
annual horse sale fair and races at Miles
City, and purchasing the grounds and
erecting Ihe buildings requisite for such
an enterprise, aDout thirty-five gentle
men, representing principally the live
stock and mercantile interests of the
county, met to day in this town. Maor
Redd was elected chairman and S. Uor
dou, city clerk, was chosen secretary
.Many speeches were made. m. if.
shakers being Hon. luring B. 1W,
Colonel T. M. Malone, stock agent of
the Milwaukee road; Dr. Corcoran. Mr
Clark of Ilea, Davis Clark, horsemen,
and others. The drift of the si-eaking
was an argument all around that nehan
institution was a necessity to the horse
icrroia oi me county, aud that it.
City aud Margaret
Miller of Kansas
Miller. hi wife.
Harris, who is gray haired and distin
guished looking, made a favorable im
pression on Mrs. Miller during htr hus
band's enforced aWnce. This lly
although 43 years of age, has, according
to Hams, a very warm heart. The inti
moeyculmmated in , champagnes,.,
ler in a high-priced resUnraut and an
hX'i"'",M"tMr" ll,i"""c "l-riv-ate
for Lr rK-.M'l t r Mi -' t home
lor her husband, stating that she had
hack at her accustomed hour. She then
T-ut on her richest uire. w ill, tn,
Jelry, and went to the tr stinTlCe!
oa met l.yiram.rf,Afr
the door commSmi 'hr
m. narru an
vitally necessary that there should be f""ln t00"' "!n and M
iwjiiiD eeuirai mart. Whern m .,.. .. n
buyers and the seller could meet Let
ters were read from Joe Scott from
Poca el lo, and E. Pninell, of Elmhurst
All pledged financial miptiort to the en
terprise. A committee on organization
bThTd0' ttlld ttnotller m!et'a!C will
are of ettnti(nu vaIum
down by special train, accompanied by ' SeV York "l "
other worthies. They were escorted to Und, Ohio Missouri, Kentucky and the
the grounds by the band of Company Carolina, by taking an interest in the
A, Nebraska National Ouards, of York, JOC' uurary
James Keogh, of Burrows township, I New York special: One of the most
foar miles north of Platte Center, at- ( peculiarly contested prize fights that has
tempted to take his life. The weapon taken place near New York for years
nsed was a six-shot 82-calibre re- J was decided at an early hour yesterday
rolver. The ball entered the chin, morning at a resort np the Hudson.
knocking oat two teeth and shattered The match was between Nick Collins
the jaw bone, breaking it in several ' and Harry Qninn, of this city, and it
places. Mr. Keogh was alone at the lasted fifty-two rounds, occupying three
time the deed was done, his wife having hours and twenty-seven minutes. The
gone to town. He will probably re- !4.aat twenty-nine rounds were devoid of
cover nnless blood poisoning should set ''"d hitting with the exception of a few
jn, it . I heavy blows. It was declared a draw
tUllaa T Rmrlaa hann.ht t ml .tu- P"" ' WM divided. Af-
J-TL i 7 to,U,a f-nty-thtrd ronnd Collins ap.
E4wrroa Long Island, Kan-a-,1 peered to heeiekat the stomach from
charged with horse stealinf, had his pre- the continual jabbiug of Qminn's left
Uaaiaary eutatlnatkm before Conntr ikand on that wtio of bis hodr. Vs
jtge aood5.uana0tt ie
Tri Jjn-f rTur.nrhTr.'
iTrrrr IT T. f-4' -Qnt-Awhe) did all the Ua.1-
saw aw -aa waa nan swaar mw, waa a sarnnM atf lit, Ills laee BWfMg
Ua aKearaae atth. cwaaa inMa from euia to forehead.
"'' Var F.xiraeillon.
Winnepeg (Man.) distmteh: In the
Burke trial to-day the counsel for the
defense assailed the evidence, which
nm uui not connect the
in any manner with
i r. in woman seemed frantic and
unavailing A Z '"l'"8
finally affected by Mrs M II ,'")' r "
over all !, ; ''t 'lUler handing
eM;urn.s,-tl','. ft the
Millar . , ". 1,16 rtKni and
Jin er went home in a ,Ia,.i
thtl inii,l. i fllttf.n II.
inuiurji III iiiriTli-ai,.... .
that Burk Mr. Miller ii.,.-i 'lm'rvo,,,',"f-"?"aed
im. si ; :T1 "er u'!iud the who!
klll'W ------ MuruiiiKti, a.a.,1 aX . I I a. m
cronin or had anv mlm ...i.... t Miller told I..-1.... i : . .." "n" "T Mrs.
ti .. - --- - unn. hi,. , . uie
SnT ease" uffi f'l ViTi ,B
while most of th. HSlJ?!?e.oni' tl,M . flaht ih.i , . ',? l?ek and
-Uotialitaecme.1 to him that Z Z u"' m"1 F" "o. 1 AT:
dence gave a stronr ...LV? evl "fni aud 1. Ji"nl l"t' He had
''""'""on 01 chare. i.i. . " arrested on !..
rv lion nl at an elamina.
n,.;. ri" '"'T'"" . or re. v l"" wer held in r. (sm
anil mi- exiraiiituia ii. ,L. .
ashino... ' "".V" "-ara
ar-:A- l - ...
.''""Sht ""-""" ""icu was deawn! tr,
Built, which was all that
of inst ce at fM r. .TT "."itmeut never been nmn i, . t omce
theWneV i '" ration of Z .T tk- la'
Oeorgrf c: Mih.,the t mmTTJ' Wl
raofltable 8hakesraHan mmLt S ' WM BetmUi-u T1" um
r wiudout lu, J
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dar. fn.m ii.. vlM
J '" aaois tA
eept upon the pr.E J
. ' "lllj.
given np more of
ber f .1"" ,"'. H
.1 l iUI6 I
-"'" ma t-.j
to an ilinni,. . i
, -ri-Jiuirurm ,)r.
Ima, tk .
. .j aeereury. ii,
the secretary says Le i
to look into the merit,
pending cases becaru.
time ia Lak.n i. .
iuace u ii uteri. !wJ
rnnm . .1.1. i .. .warl
. iriiguilal rrl
STY ltrioU who Ktt i
elsewhere, and it u D
the same t?rs,tn ti .
around iu the eoiaf.
ing copionsly ,( 1
nablr ask ,
. r -"""I'M
up again next dava,.i
four to five hours . ftu
that might be tWoH
Uie very cas.., th. lm.
cant. ir in.l...; i..
- "'iiunii.lr j-
APStett HKM- aJ
Mav. Stonrnr Urenr jrJ
Dca Moines la. ;
" a met WVU Wl;tv
JJavenport, not.-J (r
steamlKjol anJ crH!i..j;
It is agitated Ly a
made by the P.ev. M
bytorian mini-t-r. f.-.n
Sunday night to th t-T
ous woman, b.-tw. , u ti.
2-' years, could f,'. 1
The pnstor h yiiu r
came from C'L;c;i-o f,
aud has W-a y..,,-
lag congregatwni. I
tional in his av ( -;;t
irum, ami i..anv
services out of in'rim.r
night ho was hart:. !i! ir!
immorality had raj.turaj
stated in all sen..--:
lieen told a woman nf vjr-
in Im tiaire. At tl;p M.
the young preacher cm
hu hearers who mile t
against such lana'u.'i;. '
he was waited !:; lit
women and a ptiUi
mandod. Mr. Drewofj:
his words privately ai. lt
his callers, but t!i-v
it The next t-:iM t..
mans meeting which aw.,
in the Unrest lu'.l ia the
than 4,'i0 iiuliisi.t un;
met They ioit'd lk ti.
tend, but it is wid i
state and ve'.A met
fearing ix-p-'ma! injury,
organized by calling "a ;
peace, K. A. E.lrds, ntit
citizens, Ut the cUir Kii
adopted eiprnii.' v.A
statement made Imsi tin
serting coiifiileiii-i! ih tv
the young womiri f t
rawting (lemsnae-l m iw i
church the ituiutl;t 'li
Ilev. Mr. Die. A.' tin
churches are warned a-t t
thing to do itii I"arn to
logs about tar t! I km
heard, and iine of tiif x-
declare that they at irf
drop until rmblsc f-trw
coupled with su W
promise not to eatr ili-l
erLiD, !.-! llf
with the lute
faar Surrraa al '
Crow Cn-fk A.-f&'r M
Tlie commisiiin W ll
for Chamberlain. "u-t tt-
car for Pierre
been done w
past twenty-four l(
Crook and (ioveroor T-.A
terdav aftermsiu tlie
consultation with the iriii
but found thry W';1
tlM.ni. TheV .incea I
general drove tli. m out
tion they ttmum
I. 1 a, far bn-njlit t in
to make them WM
In the evening
out to where they 'r'' r;
1 ... .1 A,,, Wit'.l t"e
for this morliiM '"'u'1 ' J
an entrenched '
the 'question. J
One hundred and 'f 1
signed here and ie 1
the hamU of the a-al M
ueuerai i"" . , .
idea to be in any; f
l.ii., l,.d bun t"'"-"'
on the contrary. '
him and eoiiceue '"
wialn-a if in reason-
1 l.i,.,a..lf OH !l"'rI
lliia morning lhau
.1 .li..ll,,llS !'"
i. ......!... nt ri1"
entirely u"i"" ,, D
that more time ail
nMir agencies, and M
S'llia lmi .- . (
Delegate Carey, of
broad and lilH-nvIt-;
that the orders of the W
ioners, McFsrlau-1 , ,
pending land VJ
of Wyoming I-'
oil and coal, '"'' ,
tk.t l.na where '(r",i i
tkalr natenU. and
fcoase rale every
ZgSSZ L states '2
Tke vaosw eani eye mm appaaretl a Hurt
- ' as.. Jut is 01
ct- iCi dsfandant it abwrtJ
m r-T, from wkieh a rr J
ft t-m trtatd .
Vrt tm fma t, "fiir
aaPH.sa TV 'uiH
m- i- ' .i ..'
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