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TK SIOUX COUMTT JOURWL
1. 1, SIMMONS. Prap-Uale.
HARBISON, - - NEBRASKA
Public Officials at The Depot,
Great Mounting In Washington.
TRIBfTiiS Or aESPECT.
Wabhikgtok, Jan. 30. Tlie president
and the members of bis cabinet assem
bled at the Baltimore A Ohio station
this afternoon to receive the remains o
Secretary Windora, which arrived on a
snecial train at 4:30. Besides tbem
nearly all the public officials in vV ash
ington were at the depot. When the
train arrived the casket was taken in
charge by company B of the Treasury
national guard and borne slowly to the
hearse. When all was ready the proces
sion termed and moved from the depot
by way of Pennsylvania. Vermont and
Massachusetts aveDues to the secre
tary's residence. There the bearers
carried the remains into the house
through a crowd of people who reverent
ly bared their beads as the caske
passed. The president and all his offi
cial family followed the remains into
l he house and waited in the back par
lor while the undertaker and his aseo-
iates placed the remains in the front
room and opened the top half of the lid
so as to expose to view the secretary's
features. Mrs. Blaine remained with
i be presidont and was t he only lady
present when the members ot the cabi
net were ushered into the room and
looked upon the face of the distinguished
dead. When the party left the house
ihe bereaved widow and daughters en
tered the room and remained there a
few minutes. While Mrs. Windom was
kneeling over the casket sobbing the
British minister called at the house and
left a message of condolence for the
Secretary Windom's death is especial -nlly
deplored by newspaper men. He
was accessible to them at all times. He
believed the public had a right to know
what the executive departments were
doing and never declined a reasonable
r -quest for information concerning the
business ot the treasury.
It is expected that an order will be
issued from the white house tomorrow
canceling all official receptions and en
tertainments for the remainder of the
The He-nate AdJoarad.
Washington, Jan 30. Immediately
.utter the reading of the Journal the sen
ate adjourned as a mark of respect to
the late Secretary Windom.
The president is very deeply grieved
ever the loss of his friend, and this morn
ing gave instructions that he could see
no one on business today.
The time of the funeral will depend
upon the arrival of a son who was some
where in the south, but probably it will
take until Monday.
Assistant Secretary Nettleton, who
has been on a visit to Oberlin, 0, is ex
pected to reach here this afternoon and
he will probably be designated to act as
secretary of the treasury temporal ily,
rrooi an early nour tins morning
there has been a constant stream of
carriages arriving at the family resi
dence on Massachusetts avenue bearing
friends who called to manifest their at
feci ion and sympathy for the family of
An executive order was issued through
the secretary ot state expressing sorrow
Windom's death and directing that
ill department of the executive branch
oi tne government mannest due re
spect for the deceased. The treasury
department was ordered draped in
mourning for a period of thirty days.
New York, Jan. 31.- -A Sua special
from Washington says: It was asserted
lst night thai tbe pressure from the
white house has been bo great during
the last three days that another attempt
will be made at once to get the foroe
bill again before the senate. The demo
cratic leader feel so confident that this
will be done that word waa tent to the
house democrats yesterday to make
haste very slowly in a Jting upon the bills.
Unless democrats receive aasuranoe that
tbe foroe bill ia dead beyond recall, the
transaction of business in the bouse will
ease. The plan of the adminstration
republicans in the senate, it is under
stood, ia to ignore the proposed cloture
rule and to make a direct motion to pro
ceed to the consideration ot the force
bill. Tbe hope of sucoeea lies in the be
lief that Sooator Cameron will rote (or
tba motion in order to prevent himself
from being named in a resolution of cen
rare, which otherwise my be adopted in
the Pennsylvania legislature.
Saw FaAVOlauo, Jan. 3L Last night
lou men were anting in John MoCon
Dai's grooery store at the corner of San
to Clara and Harrison street when two
wossea catered and covered the oocu
A f lL 1 A
paacB wita fwga, oraeraog then to
throw vp their hen la. Tba command
was obeyed and one of the robbers took
boMKoiroB tne tut, The thieves
aJaM uwtwGtj MR ths piece.
Ihe two relief bills, house rolls 73
uid bl, were taken up as the special
order of the day. The committee on
enrolled and engrossed bills wade an
effort to report on House roll T'., intro
duced by the relief committee, recom
mending its passage with the exception
of section 11, which appropriates $25,
OUO, in addition to 100,0u0, for tbo
purpose of aiding drouth stricken set
tiers in wintering stock.
Howe arose to a point of order. Hu
maintained that the report was not in
order. Nothing but the special order
could b) considered. The sneaker held
that the point of order was w ell taken.
Herman moved the adoption of sec
tion 1 which provides for an appropri
ation of 8100,000 or so much thereof aa
may be necessary for immediate reliel
of drought sufferers.
Howe called attention to the legality
..f the bill. If an appropriation should
be made and it was afterwards found
hat the money could not be drawn
from the treasury all would regret i
!Ie did not consider the first section oi
.he bill itself a legal measure and cited
ihe constitution which says: "No money
(hall be drawn from the treasury ex
sept in pursuance of a specific appro
priation made by law and on the pre
sentation of awairant issued by tlio
iu.;itor thereon, and no money shall ba
liverted from any appropriation made
for any purpose or taken from any
fund whatever, either by joint or sepa--ate
resolution. The auditor shall
.vithin sixty days after the adjourn
ment of each session, specify th t
imount of each item and to whom and
or what paid." if an appropriation
.vas mad'j the bill would not become n
aw until July 1. Jmnvdiate reliel
as needed and therefore lie had pre
pared house roll No. si which author
zed the state to issue bonds. He pro-
oosed to amend his bill cutting down
he interest to il per cent. The plan
f issuing bonds was legal he said,
A'hile the appropriation was not.
Howe asserted that the sale way wa?
o pass a bill which could not be ques
ioned. Therefore, if the comniittl
would strike out in house roll No. 711, all
iffer the enacting clause and insert hit
ill, house roll No. 81, he would have in
bjections. lie desired no glory in Ui!
natter, if objections were raised tc
lis bill because it came from that side
if the house, he would rescind all claim
o it and deliver it to the relief com
Newbury resented Howe's iusinua-
ion and asserted that he was ready U
ote for any good thing regardles of t
vhich side of the house it came from
Ie thought the constitution and laws
nly answered the purpose of hinde
lie them from helping needy people.
hurader sam tie naa heard mucn trom
he ot position about his sido of tlU
iou;e delaying the appropriation, and
-ked if he was to understand that im
her side was now opposing it them-
Voices from the right, "No, no."
No amendments were offered to tha
irst section and section 2 was consid-
red. For the purpose of carrying int
ffect this act, section 2 creates a re
let committee consisting ofCeneral
I ohn Mr. Thayer, ltev. Lu ther P. Lud-
ten, 11. K. Ureer, Louie Meyer, ltev. 1),
Martin, John Fitzgerald, A. J. Sawer
J. W. Mustier ana lY. JS. JSason.
Oakley made a len thy and forcibla
tpeech favoring the bill as it had bee i
rinted, with the exception ef the com
mute, which he thought should be rein
iorced by the name of J. W. Hartley.
Gunnett, of York, independent,
brought up the political complextion oj
he committee, but he received littlo
An amendment adding the name ol
J. W. Hartley to the committee wa
declared kst, the vote standing 40 U
0, several of the independents nol
The independent? desired a com
mittee of four, and named ex-Cover-.ior
Thayer, Messers. Ludden, Martin,
md Hartley. Amendment aftel
amendment waa offered and an houi
.vas consumed in discussion. The lib
eral donations and good work of tha
old committee together with their fam
iliarity with the business was urged by
the opposition as reasons why thej
should be retained. The names oi
John Fitzsrerald and A, J. Sawyer were
added. The independents then sough I
o cut off further additions. McKes
son offered an amendment adding th
name of J. W. Hartley to the list oi
len tir.-t proposed. Taylor, of Butler,
wcuuueu me uuieuumeni ana enough
alliance members came to its support
to carry it through.
Gillian offered an amendment to sec
tion 3, giving the committee power to
elect from their number a presi eutj
secretary and treasurer. Carried.
Section 3 was amended upon motio I
of Shrader, making it the duty of th
state auditor to draw his warrant udo:I
the state treasurer for funds neceasar
. -- . . i . . .
u carry uui me provisions oi me act.
Sections 11, making an additional ac
propriation of25,OtX) to aid settlers l:i
wintering cows and teams, was stricken
out. No other changes were made ill
a. R.No.81, by Howe, authorizing
the state to issue bonds in the sum ol
100,000 for the relief of citizens But
tering from the loss of crops, was next
upon motion or nowe;tne bill wan
amended making the bonds payable in
live years instead of ten. with Hi net
cent per annum instead of 5 per cent.,
the proceeds to be used in purchasing
seed grain aa well as supplies. The tax
to be levied for paying the annual In
terests ana principal of the bonrts, wa
changed from one-tenth to one-eight o,
the grand assessment roll of tlte state.
The committee arose and report
Droeress. The retort waa adonteri an.
both bills wen ordered engrossed for n
During tbe sitting of tha committor
a message irom tne senate waa receive I
Mabtsviixe, K4S, J -A-Tbo Uo
ion Pacifio passenger l ..a d e here a'
7:23 p. m, waa wrecked at Florence,
twenty miles uth of this city, at i s
p. m. in collision with a double headed
passenger train bearing returning sol
diers from Dakota. No particulars cat
be obtained as the road official ar
close mouthed. Several persons are re
ported to be killed, including twoengiu
eers. Tne three engines and ten o:
twelve c jches are a total wreck.
The Unioa Pacitio officials at thiscit)
state that two soldiers 'ere kiled an
twelva injured. Some of ths twelv
were only slightly injured and none s
badly that they could not be takea o
The regiment was the Ssveath cava'
rv f!imr's old and unlucky ouc.
which had with it some of those wound
ed at the Big Foot fight.
KOTsvs City, Jan. 27. -A special froi
Marysville, Kas., to the Times says: I
seems almost niira;ulous to report th
loss of only three lives, two soldiers an
brakeinan, names unknown, an
twelve wounded in the wreck near I
ving, Kas., on the Ucion Pacific yeste.
dav afternoon. All of them were n U
military tra'n, the conductor of whL
was alone blamable by running on tin
not his own for this loss ot life and proj
frty. None of the passengers on 11.
north bound train were injured and a
the crew escaped, except the bayga,-
mister, who was not seriously injure
A large number of cavalry horses we
killed or injured an. the Iojs of tl
railway company will be vey great.
The conductor of the military train
Quarrel In m Church.
Osgood, Ind.. Jan. 23. Saturday ev.
ning Mies Ida Ewiog was in attendanc
at church near this place. As soon a
the meeting closed she was accosted b
Mrs. Andrew Davis, who accused ber o
writing letters referring rudely to Mr
E ing's daughter. Miss Ewiog denie;
the charge and endeavored to leave th'
building, but was slopped by the Dav :
woman. Without a moment's warmin
a woman named Myers ran forward act
grasped Miss Ewing around the neck
strangling her and throwing ber over i
seat She then koelt with ber kuees oi
the chest ot Miss Ewing and beat he
in such a manner that she be:ame uu
conscious. It is thought she cannot re
oover. The two women were arrestee
SECRETARY WINDOM DEAD.
In Deluionieo' Hammt Hall-
StrU-keu With Heart
New York. Jan.2U.-Wilam Windom
secretary of the treasury of the V nited
Sta'es, died lastnight at 1003 o'clock in
the banq iet h-ll at Dalmonico s, where
be wta the guest ot the New York board
of trade and transportation.
Ilia had been the first oast of tbe
ww i li ' . I .1 t- a s nAn CA
evening, lx naa nnisneu hj io.i,
seated himself, swooned at once and
lied almost immediately.
Every effort waa made to restore him,
but in vain. Ha died of heart disease.
rhe great assemblage at once dissolved.
Mr. Windom had been tneonly speas-
sr, and the sent'ment to which be re-
ponded was: "Our Country s Proper
ty Dependent L pon its Instruments ot
William Windom was born in Btl-
mont county, Ohio, May 10, 182. he
received an academic education, studied
aw at Mount Vernon, O., and was aJ
mttei to the bar in 100. In 13-2 he
became prosecuting attorney of Koox
;ounty. In lSfS he removed to Minne
ota aud soon afterward was chosen to
songresa as a republican, serving from
1853 to 1870. In 1870 be was appointed
to the Uuited States senate to fill the
unexpired term of Daniel S. Norton, de
seaeed, and was subsequently chosen
for the term that ended in 1877. lie waa
re-elected for the one that closed in 1883
and resigned in 18 U to enter the cabi
net of President (ia field as secretary of
the treasury, out retired on accession of
i'readent Arthur, iu the same year, and
hub elected by the Minnesota legisla
ture to serve the remuinder of his term
n the senate, lie waa appointed Se -
retary of the treasury by President Har
rison, and has since served in
Scdtidu-. P. Jc - 3X-A11 tha Peo
ple in the anjisSsv Ule coke region Ur!
with boedfjn and reverent heads
while sixty-thiee dead miners were tok
en from the Monmouth shaft, wre
shrouded, coffined and laid to rest for
their loig sleep. Th remains and
mourners -ere carried to M. John the
Baptist cemetery at, Soottidale in a spe
oial train. Along the road hundreds of
citizens turned out and wherever the
train halted great crowds gathered
Over three thousand per.-oLS were prea
eot as the bodies were placed ti Ie by
tide in a common grave. The coaches
behind the baggage car, hich contained
the corpses, rere crowded ith eobbinp
women and sad fa Ted men.
T. e scenes at the cemetery were very
very uffecung. Not until the bodie
were beinr placed in the grave did the
women and children seem to realize the
full extent of their bereavement, and
then a pitiful chorus of cries and moans
was heard. All day long the work of
recovering the bodies from the pit went
oo and the work is not yet conclude.
:iictios Oo Sea
Ohio's Kx-Goveriur .
Willi NeKlalvT-i N.
EaosnncLt-, Jan. 99. The federal
XKMtjarr maraed four iadiotment
t-siff tAf Corner, raontr r
r -toi tekwwTark erty for tioto'iaw
f aiHawA. u indiatoMat
firing notice that a committee of one
ad been appointed to act inconiund
tlon wlth-a committee of two from Ui.
nouse to wait upon ez-uorernor xnayei
for any message be might hare to de
liver. Also that the senate had ap
pointed a committee to wait upoii
uorernor noya to receire any mecsagd
be might have to daUrar and to appoint
inn w near n.
BxTAftA, N. Y., Jan. 28. -Fred Franz-.
ged 65 years, a quarrelsome man living
.t Eiint OakGeld, shot and killed him
lfithan old thot gun yesterday.
Saturday Franze was abusing his wifi
and his sons interfered and gave biu.
a severe beating. II i had them arrested
and waa to have appeared against them
yesterday, but before the hour he hao
k lied himself. No reason is known foi
the deed unless it was that he did nol
v.ant to appear against his sons. A few
years ago Franze was arrested for put
ting Paris green in ths well with
the intent to poison hia family. tt.v
was let ou with a Bmall une. rtio sons
A Second Attempt.
Obeblw, O., Jan. 28. An attempt U
destroy the Record building was mud.
early yesterday morning. Some psrso
having a grudge against Mr. Wagner
the publisher of the paper, broke in the
building and set fire to the structure.
but attaches from an adjoining hote
discovered the names tn time to sav
the building. This is the second at
if m pt to destroy tbe place by setting fl rt
to it by unknown persons.
Found Daad la the KlU-hen.
Mitchkll, S. D., Jan. 28. Louise
Gerlach, a domestic in tbe home ot T.
C Burns, was found dead in the kitch
on. It is supposed she fell in a faint
and suffocated from gas that escaped
from a gasoline stove. Her parents
live in Douglas county.
The 5amer f'hlliidrlplila.
New York, Jan. 3 i. The ited line
stebmship, Philadelphia, Captain Cham
bers, arrived here from Venezuela. The
captain reported that on the second day
out from Curaooa the ves.scl fell in with
the British ba-k, Montreal, Captain
Dexter, from Windsor, N S., to St. Si
mon, Ga. The Montreal was hying a
signal of distress, and Captain Cham
bers shift)) his helm and bore down on
the bark. It was learned from Captain
Dexter ot the Montreal that his bark
was seventy-one days out and waa short
of both food and vater during the late
heavy gales. The Montreal was blown
well to the southward and wao unable
to work back in time to keep her pro-
visiors. During tbe lour days Detore
meeting the Philadelphia, the allow
ance waa leas than two gills per day tor
each man and half a sea biscuit consti
tuted their food. All bands were so
starved and weakened that they were
unabln to noik the ship, and when they
were called only four men could stand
upon deck. The vessel had lost sails
and spare. The food sent aboard was
sufficient to iaet at least two weeks,
Further aid was offered the captain ol
the Montreal, but he refused it.
haiia HauK t all.
Atcihbos, Ka. Jan. 3X The United
States National bank has gone into vol
untary liquidation ai.d the People'. Sav
ings bank, au auxiliary con- ern, has
been at its own request, plaotd in the
bands of a receiver. The United Stat
National was organized in January lbfJ
with a paid vp capital of f.250,U) ), by V
P. Rice, now of Fort Payne, A!a iU
stockholders being Mait.e capituliits.
Ki-e pi. ced S. U. Olozier and F. W.
HuDbton, formerly of Maine, in charge.
1'hey were removed by tho local direc
tors two years ago on occonnt of mis
management. 1 he bauk ollicers say to
day that Glazier and Hunston left lu
the bank their individual notes fort 123,
000 out of which nothing can be ioiI-
ize.l. This uionsr Glazier and ilun
Bton used in real estate speculations
The deposits and other scoiuuta have
been transferred to the Exchange Na
tional. Tbe depositors will be paid iu
full, but tbo stockholders will got little
;ronnl to Ilmth,
Hoi.Ujway, Ks. Jan. 30. At ton
o'clock yesterday morning OpuraUr S
A. Haye, who bus charge of the station
at eight, left his office with his wife,
who called ou him to go to breakfast,
when the parsing baula 1-e passengi-.r
west bound struck them grinding 'tr
young woman to atoms and fatally in
juring Have. Die uurortunate young
ceuple had been married only a short
lime and both were well liked. A pe
culiar feature of l:e k'lling is that En
gineer Burke d.d not know that he bai
struck any one until he had reached
Olathe, twenty miles further on, wher
be heard the awful news.
Sis Bills Vetoed.
Cheyekse, Wto., Jan. 28. Of the
bills passed by tbe state legislature and
left in tbe hands of Governor Barber at
tbe close ot the session six have been
vetoed. They are the bills regnlating
the sale ot illuo-inating oil and appoint
ing an oil inspector; an act providing
for stay of execution in district court;
authorizing municipal corporations to
grant franchises for street railways;
providing for licensing pawn and tioki
broker offices; providing for stay ot exe
cutions before tbe justices of the peace
and an act relating to chattel mort
gages. Technical defect in most of the
bills caused tbe vetoes.
eh Again Loaea.
Chicago, Jan. 28. The second at
tempt of Mrs. Hetty Green of New
York to redeem section 21 of the town
oi uicero, wnich she claimed was sold
to tbe Grant locomoti-e works at
price far befow iu value, has failed, tba
uu Doing thrown out of court.
lrwMeat Harrlm (imtlj Shocked,
Washihoton, Jan. 29.-Secretary
Windom left Washington this morning
apparently in perfect health to attend
tne banq jet of tbe board of trade and
transportation in New York thisereoing
wuots am waa to nave made an address
outlining tbe fiscal policy of the govern
meat. The news ot Secretary Win
dom's death was first communicated to
ha president by tba Associated press.
SIl'Sl1? 1 M'ih" "'to respect to
the loss h baa suffered.
Robert liar Ilauilltoa.
Philadelphia, dan. 30. The Times
yesterday said that Robert Ray Hamil
ton ie now living in Sydney, N. 8. W.,
under an assumed name. A dispatch
from New York, however, says the story
is the result of sensational rumors and
conjectures. His family and friends
there adhere to the belief that the re
port ot his death in Idaho incorrect.
The New York Sun has the following:
-xnere was oniy one great big an J
substantial thing to told about in the
multitudinous pages of the New York
papers yesterday," said the clerk of the
Hoffman house, "and that was the Sun's
leader on Ray Hamilton. We knew Mr.
Hamilton here pretty well, and dozens
of jien who have been talking on the
subject ave invariably remarked thit
Mr. Hamilton was precisely the sort of
man who would act as the Sun suggests
he might have done. It has not been
forgotten that the Hub was te first
paper to protect against tbe abus.
heaped upon Hamilton when the ex
podureof his liascn with the Mann
woman oBme out. This paper hit it
about right that lima, and tuere is a
very sturdy sort of suspicion that it'.
on me ngni tracn again.
A Ilnuble Trfigrdy.
Sax Fbakcisc.-), Cai, Jan. 3), A
ghastly double tr geJy occurred at Al
catrt z, the military po.-t near this city.
Assistant Surgeon William D. Ditn
of the Fifth artillery killed his wife am
then shot himself. The deed was don
early yesterday morning, but the bodte
were not found until noon, wln-n Diutz'i
room was broken open and the corpse
found on the floor, with asiotgun be
side them. The tragedy was dm to th
jealousy of the husband.
Chicago, Jan. 30. The reoontly
formed agreement to restrict the isu
ance of passes by the railroads was for
, .... .
many u ssoiveu today, Atchison having
withdrawn, and the other .oada threat.
ening to follow because of the violation
of agreement by the other line. 'lb-,
commissioners of the western trafllc ui
sociation are still discussing territorial
The predicMoae was md,
that ex -Governor Foster at
tbe successor to Secretary V
Ik f-fmmt lm
qusrier mat i carries
Major jairvinlTS appoict
be fsvorably received a every
thul nt f .(lnvrnnr
- . .
would be bettor politics, t.
aeveral standpoints. F.x-GgtJ " r
ter's great financial sucoem,
and his friendship for Preside f
sec are being urged as sec, I - '
men is in favor of his aniecliot. J
higher official circles Foster mJj
RepreeenUtive William Mi '
Ohio ia also mentioned. 1 heir
argued that inasmuch as he ti.',"
of publio life within 16 tl c
about tbe time the appoints a .
sue essor to Secretary Windo,",
be made, and be is so well vn '
...,v i k:..u k i
ai:i. law nuiuii uae jusi. life-
and out of which many cons.
may grow, and is an acknow'ed;
tician economist and financie
be the proper thing to call bin i
(Kisition, especially since Ohio
represenoative in the cabinet '
M'.-Kioley is in auih perfect
with l.-.o preeiuenL some of til
immediately anuouncod that kid
not ac.-epl it if tendered for twos -
First, because h expects to ait J
presidential Domination neit ; ,
ondl), because be must 1-e hwr i
republican party for the gutters l
race this fall in Ohio in order U!
that state into line again. VL
every prominent republifan ie
edged toe fitness ot bit seltfctiot
ion was- about even' dm led it - .'
the wisdom of taking In in off t!
for governor this fall and Lu '
ness to accept the treasury por t s
view of his political future. I ;s
S nator Sjwoner, of Wibpotis.
vflen mentioned at the cipitil
tMe afternoon and in ouiiial circj- -the
fact that Secretary Uuhk ur'
(Kiinted frru Wisconsin and hj r'
Spooner is disinclined to enter 6 r'
life when he leaves the senate ie '
ximbine to take him out of Ui L,-)
The New York men believe U
etnry Tracy will be transferred)!,
reasury department. GeneiaHIV,
u able tinancier and would '::;
ipleodid secretary of ths trea4
:oiild fill with ability any pltoe
cabinet. The New Yorkert ft
Uuited Staten Treasurer llustoeij
ana to the focrotaryship of tbii-'f
thus giving '.he president's t'-ui-ii
-abinet ofliiM-rs. Wide sugKMUXtVi
so made of the name of Colonel Ji-t
N w, of Indiana, consul generil'.tl
don, for the secretary of the V"
He has had all the necessary eiH
in the positions of treasurer and
ant secretary ot the treasury.
public opinion gives the first at-
ecretaryship of the ireanury
greenman liuker of New York if as
llieved that state will get the 'f
portfolio liDless Secretary Trrf
Meredith, Mich., Jan. 30.-The boiler
in the Herberson saw and shingle mill
exploded, killing two men and injuring
six others. The building was complete
ly torn to pieces and fragments ot iron
were bent aud twisted into every shape
and strewn about the premises. Al
bert Finch, the fir-man, was thrown
forty feet and mangled beyond recogni.
tion. George Roder, a shingle sawei
was burled about 100 feet away, being
instantly killed. Herberson, owner of
the mill was only ."ightly iBjur.
olne was seriously Lruised
about the head and shoulders. Walter
ueuneii nad his head
others were iSoro or less
cause of the explosion
in the boiler.
was low water
At the ftlnrkrarrli
Chicaoo, Jan, 29.-More of the aher-n
hlttnk.Aai .1. . . "
--a wie siocityards are out.
The strike is a peculiar one. Sriff.
menwantT cent. . pieo. ,or ,h
killed. Armour's men want day wage.
instead of piece work. Morn', men are
satisfied with 7 cent., bur. ... i
beep to kill. Th.p,ck.r...th.r
aeon as the man nan U... ..
want we matiar will b settiaj,
Iowa Muprrmn Court.
Des MoiKtyi, Ia, Jan. ,lJ. The lows
supreme court has finally affirmed tb
decision of the lower court in the
celebrated case of Johnson et al., bett
known as the Jones county calf
Ihe verdict of the lower court was for
the plaintiff in the sum ot tl.O-JO. Th
case has been In the courts for about
twenty years and bas been tried sever il
times in the lower courts and has taken
a number of trips to the supreme court
It has bankrupted everybody connected
with .t except the attorney. Thecal
ve. over which this litigation gre
-.j uiig-iuniij worm hi mil jp to
this time the total ccsts of the cuw
have grown to between ti5,000 and
wo in audition to the verdict of tlWJ,
xVAtTHAS tiTT, Mo., Jan. 30.-Tlie Live
Stojk Indicator rexrls frpm principal
L-auie leeoing oislncU of Missouri,
Kansas and Nebraska how very few
cattle being M compared with last
year, and that it is the intention o!
foe ers to ship thoe being f.d to shir.
k lww. i- m . .
v.,w uv.uk ,eg io ruarket before June
The number estimated rt loss tUau
nan mat or last ear.
Jn- 28.-A terrible
mine expiwion occurred al tha m.m
-o.a.ol me r. u. Trick coke
company at Mammoth ot9 o'clock this
morning. utween sixty and eighty
Americans and Eugli.hmen,
aereat work at the time. Eighteen
bodies have Uen token out up U
Hour (2 p m.), Itl, Ulj
J-" lr Th. H.m.
,-.u wur.i.rs lourtoen miles froaa
I the nearest teUgr.pl, olloa HnLS
A ruphetle Hrmarli.
CntcAGo, Jan. 30.-Bee Sas
Charles Henrotin, the well ktxml
erof this city, speaking todfl
deat a or rtecretary Windom, nst
utterance ot the deceased wbkt i
uTwn VAnra aim whil i.nnJ'
day in Washington," said Mr. H
"I paid a ocial visit to Secretn;
dom. On taking my leave I
"You must feel happy at
your pleasant quarter, and
your work anew.' Me replied H
very grave look in bis eyes, 'l'sj
realize what you are cocgratulffl
upon. While there ia a greet .
Kbryinit, it means death to
shall notgoout of offlie this torsi
fluratd In A Fire.
FixDLAV, O Jan. 31. A FiresI
yesterday morning at 4 o'clock 4
town of Cygnet, fifteen roiiet f?
-Six block, of buildings were m
and three persons were burneJM
The names of tbe victims are: M
ney, Frank Sstterly and Uertm
lerly. It is feared that othsa
perished. The lofs I estimated
0u0, with little or no insurant
Halllre In thill
Di-ctroe Aykm. Jan. 3L-I
been desperate and sanguiDtrt
r.. I- al. I . I r-l.,1!
the rebel force, and the .c(
roope and many were killed )
idea. Preaident Bslniaralti K
captured Iquique and tlieh
were forrMrl tn with rlraw froe
w ina "i
Puiruin fa m Isan
vniUMUVi Jit, WBHI J
ervioe to tha east ia serious!' m
wing IO tba aavare s!et stora la-
railed yaatorday lo New V'or,'
vania and tha southern )
atotoa. The storm hu p"""
wiraaaaat of PitUburg, B0
a talnaaai Alhan TelefPl
Ban bat waa Chicago and i
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