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THE SIOUX ClllOTT JOURNAL.
I. J. SIMMONS, Proprietor
Til MaaUA Wis a Lawealt.
Cincixatti, O, Xov. 19 The tesU
mooy of two Urge mastiff dog settled
a lawsuit in Magistrate Tyrrell" court
The squire was hearing trie replevin
nit of Or. Edward Buck against
John Dullman, a saloon keeper on
Central avenue. The dispute was tin
ownership of the dog. The witnesses
for both parties had been examined
when Dr. Buck arose and stated that
he desired to introduce two more
witnesses who had not yet been heard.
He was granted the privilege, where
upon Constable Isinael brought from a
rear room, where tbe; were confined
since their seizure by tbe officer, two
tine, large English mastiffs. Tbe
doctor introduced them as Dane and
Hector and requested that they be
Tbe squire looked up in astonishment
but Dr. Buck insisted, so the magis
trate, appreciating the situation,
orderered the animals to raise their
i right "hand." Instantly both dogs
arose on their hind feet and raised
the right paw just like a human
being. Dr. Buck then handed a
paper containing several directions and
questions to the court. The first read:
"Hector, stand up."
This was put by the squire, where
upon the dog Hector arose as before,
but without raising his paw. The i.ime
happened when Dane was told to
arise. The next read:
"Where is your master:'
This was put to each dog in turn,
and in each instance the animal
walked back to Dr. Buck, who had
gone to a far corner, and fawning
upon him gave a short bark and re
turned to iiis place before the squires
rostrum. Then the question, "Where
is Dane?" was put to one dog, who
turned his head, looked straight at
Dane and gave a short bark. The
same performance was gone through
by Dane cornering Hector. Upcn this
the defense moved that the dog farce
le ruled out of the proceedings, bat
Squire Tyrrell overruled tbe motion.
A judgment in favor of Dr. Buck was
then given by the court and the dogs
turned over to him.
She Killed the Hear.
Grand Haven, Mich., Not. 19. An
unusually thrilling story of the hair
breadth escape of an Indianna hunter
is reported here. Bears have become
quite numerous in the vicinity of
Sullivan, a smill lumber town on the
Muskegon, Grand Rapids & Indiana
railrr!, southeast of Muskegon, so
much so that hunters have been at
tach A there this fall from all unctions
of the country. A party of 1'diana
hunters went in there last .e and
built camps and settled down for a
month's hunt. On Saturday last one
of the party succeeded in starting a
bear and two cubs from a jungle, and
after an hour or so overtook them on
the edge of a clearing, in which a small
woodsman's shanty was located. He
carried a double-barreled gun, and with
it shot the two cubs dead in their
tracks. Tbe old bear, instead of run
ning off, as would naturally be ex
pected, pitched upon him in a desper
arte spirit of revenge for tbe loss of
her cubs. He attempted to defend
himself with a small Indian hatchet,
but she knocked it out of his band,
closed in upon him and in a moment
more weald have squeezed out his life
had not a well-aimed bullet from a
rifle in the hands of a woodman's wife,
who happened to witness the fray
plowed through bruin's brain. The
rifle used by the woman was one that
her husband kept loaded in the shanty
She had never shot a gun before in her
life, and was prostrated several houis
from the shock to her nervous system
caused by tbe excitement. The woman
was handsomely rewarded for ber
Swept from Kxbtaaee.
Bedbtjd, 111., Nov. 19 Where ex
isted a beautiful little town full of
happy homes is a scene of wreck and
desolation. Houses, barns, fences and
orchards are leveled to the ground and
spread over the surrounding country.
At 3:30 yesterday morning a cyclone
100 yards across struck the town ex
tending from the south. It first de
molished the Catholic church and
school, and the residence of Herman
Drage. The German Lutheran church
was next leveled to the ground. After
destroying several barns and bearing
away all kinds of fences It next at
tacked the large tow-story residence of
Peter Kendall, which was of solid stone
and crumbled it to fragments. Mrs.
Kendall was severely injured. A large
. double brick house occupied by D. D.
Perr as a dwelling, office and compos
ing room of the Uedbud Democrat was
entirely destroyed. The family were
burled in tbe ruins, but managed to
extricate themselves without serous in
jury. Peterson's agricultural warehouse was
blown down and fourteen other real,
dene were destroyed. The 11-years-oU
son of Mrs1. Jacob Koch was killed
intently and his mother waa fatally in
Maoy of tne people are without cloth
ing and shelterless and tbe oott rain
ukw their situation the more' deplor
able. The property lose is estimated
DM 700 know that dMsoad
teyopBocBwM wb it
as. 1 if yo have brought ttertof
Another Mloe rate la.
Pottsville, P , Nov. 21. A cave
in occurred this mon.iu? at the Hazel
DeU colliery at Ceulr&lia, operated by
L. A. Kiley & Co., whereby seven or
eight men are now imprisoned in the
mine, besides two others who have
been taken out badly injured. Tbe
colliery is situated about two miles
from Ashlaud and is a very large
The former operators of the Hazel
Dell and Frick work ciaira that the
Umbering there is rotten. This, it is
feared, had considerable to do with the
Everything was moveing along as
isual in the Hazel Dell works this
norning and no sign of danger were
risible until 10 o'clock, when a crack
ing in the roof of tbe mine was heard
ind the few pillars remaining iu that
part of the mine started to run, and be
fore the miners could reach . places of
lafety the roof fell in.
CAME LIKE A FLASH.
Those who escaped say that the
mddeness of he cave-in gave them no
:inie to do. anything but fly for their
lives. Very narrow escapes were
nade by Ira Rothermel and his son
William. The former had a leg broken
ind is otherwise injured, while his son
is badly battered. They say that
shortly before they fired a rather heavy
iliot, which started a pillar of coal
running and at the same tuie started a
large body of water in which had
accumulated in a breach from yester
lay's storm. As the pillar rau and the
.vater forced its way through, it
rouglu the roof with it and at the
ame time came in so great a volume
'hat it was ahead of the Hothermels
100 yards to the mouth of the drainage
tunnel, at which point they were
BUT ONE EXIT.
The only exit fro n the part of the
workings in whichoccurred thecave-in
was the point where the fall occurred,
ind as the mammoth vein is forty
live feet thick and about 3(W feet from
ihe suface, it was calculated by
practical miners that there were 7U0
feet of coal to be cut through before
tbe men can be reached. The work oi
rescue was under the direction of
superintendent Edward Williams.
Little Rock, Ark., Nov. 21. A
terrific cyclone, destroying life ami
property, passed through the southern
portion of Boone county last night
about midnight. So far as known the
storm began on Gaither mountain and
became violent the moment it de
scended to the lowlands. Property of
every description was destroyed that
happened to in the 200 yards bath,
i he ' cyclone . moved in an easterly
and northeasterly direction. Houses,
trees, fences, everything movable,
collapsed and was annihilated. Horror
was added to the situation by the
heavy downpour of rain which
drowned much stock.
A Dynamite Hoinb.
Lisbon, Nov. 21. A dynamite
bomb exploded yesterday outside the
residence of Count Felgosso, president
of the committee organized to give a
brilliant reception to the king and
queen upon their return from Madrid.
The house was damaged and all the
windows shattered, but nobody was
Will Tax Brandy and Be r
Berlin, Nov. 21. The Keichean
piger yesterday states that measures to
cover the increased expenditures in
volved by the army bill will be sub
mitted to the Bundesrath. These
measures will provide for increased
taxation on beer and brandy and will
double tbe present taxation on house
transactions, the whole producing an
increase of 58,000,000 marks. The tax
on tobacco will not be increased.
Thrown out of Court.
Denver, CoL, Nov. 21. A suit
which has attracted wide attention
among the people owning and conduct
ing amusements was finally thrown out
of court in this city. About two years
ago the single tax association leased
the Tabor opera house for one eveuing,
at which time Henry George delivered
an address. The treasurer of the local
organization is a black man, and after
he had taken his seat he was forcibly
ejected from the bouse by the ushers.
For this he brought suit for $10,000
damages. The court yesterday held
that the ushers were in the employ of
people who leased the bouse and not
the owners of the theatre. An appeal
to the supreme court will be taken.
Pittsburg, Pa., Nov. 2i. B. F.
Rynd, a lumber merchant of Allegbuey
City, failed. The liabilities are 0125,
000; Assets not yet known. The cause
of the failure is not known, it is
claimed that several forged checks are
held against him. but bis relatives deny
the charge and say that his mind is un
hinged. Rynd has left the city on ac
count of IU health. Tbe failure was
totally unexpected and created a small
panic among lumber dealers. A num
ber of firms in New ork, Massachusetts
and Illinois are heavy losers, as are se
veral PitUburg merchants.
Voaadan old laoiaa Treaty,
WinnaMac, "JtjoV.Not. 21. Walter
A. Woodberr, residing in tbe southern
part of tbe county, cut down a white
oak tree which, when split, revealed a
rolled handle containing a deer hide
tanned by Indian and covered with
their method of writing. A transla
tion of tbe characters Indicate a treaty
between tbe Miami and Pottawotamle
Indians in tbe year 1834. Tbe former,
though MiehskMoquau, ceded certain
territory north of the Wabash and west
of tbe Kankakee riven to Aubbeamah
be tne FotuwoUmie chief.
Mr. South WU1 Retail late.
Cheyenne, Wyo Nov. 18 The
report of the grand jury in the United
States circuit court for Wyoming yes
terday terminated one of the compli
cations arising out of the late "rustler"
war in this state. After the invasion,
suits commenced in the federal courts
by the big stockmen against forty small
stockmen, or so-called rustlers of
Jthnson county, to restrain them from
holding so-ealled illegal round-ups.
While on his way to serve process on
these suits George Wellman, a deputy
United States marshal, was assassina
ted. Frank Smith one ot the "defen
dants in the injunction suits, while in
Cheyenne a few weeks later, was
arrested on a charge of conspiracy to
deprive Henry A. Blair of Chicago,,
one of the plaintiffs in the suit, of his
right under the United Mates law. I
Smith was held a month in jail without
shearing. Then his bail was fixed at:
the excessixe sum of 140,000. He
furnished this but was held up in jail
a week and was rearrested as soon as ;
released on the charge of conspiracy,
to kill deputy marshal. Habeas corpus
proceedings were commenced by
Smith's attorney before Judge liiner of
the federal court, and Smith was dis
charged. He w as again arrested and
n the hearing held without bail.
Yesterday the case came before the;
United States crand jury, which re-
turned "not a true bill" on indictments
Smith will at once commence civil
suits against several prominent stock
men here for false imprisonment. An
investigation of the proceedings by
which he was held for a month with
out a hearing and by which excessive
bail was demanded will be commenced
by the department of justice at Wash
ington. The question of the constitu
tionality of the Wyoming round-up
law will be tested at tbe present term
of the federal court!
, Tried lor Jfnraer.
I London "--The f
'George Barker Co -per for the murder
'of , wife. rXith Annie topper, at
i.c i!nf Man. was eoiiuuuru,
'dw- Constable Whitefield,
! arrested Cooper, the husband
i -....i -inir when he sa
aeceaaeu, niv - ,i.aH
to the accused that she was dead and
asked "Who done this?- Cooper re-
1 have been
Still In Force.
Washington, D. C, j8. Acting
Secretary Spaulding of the treasury
has issued a circular to the collectors
of customs in regard to the entry of
vessels carrying imigrants. According
to the circular the department has ri
ceived authentic assurances that the
danger of cholera Infection still exists
and the measures of the precaution
which have been heretofore observed
cannot be materially relaxed without
imperiling the public safety. The
objections to the unrestricted admis
sion of steerage imigrants do not apply
to vessels in which the steerage is
occupied by the limited number of
citizens and residents of the United
States and their families, who are!
likely to avail themselves of the!
cheaper fares afforded by steerage(
tickets iu returning to this country.)
A Cry oi Fire.
Wallace, Neb., Nov. 18.--,Some,of
the boys anxious for a lively time,
hauled two wagons loaded with hay
into the public square and rolling a
barrel of kerosene underneath them
and touched a match. Cry of lire rang
through the streets and in a few
moments the .entire town was on
the square. Quiry being madt
as to the origin of the fire Chrisl
Jaeckel accused Nay Hellington of
the deed. At this llellinger became
enraged and a lively fight followed m
which knives were used freely,
Hellington receivingtwo deepgashes in
the stomaeh and one iu the back which;
it is feared will prove fatal. Jaeckel
is still at large.
Marsha letown, la., Nov. 18.
Bitter misfortune has befallen the
family of ex-Sheriff John S. Ilixson of
of this county. He retired from ottice
last January with a splendid record and
enjoying the highest esteemof all
parties. He owned one of the finest
farms in this region, but that and con
siderable other property and his salary
have all been swept away by the.
debts that no one can account for.,
A few weeks ago he and his wife
parted. Last Monday be left the
country for Arkansas and yesterday
Mrs. Hixson's reason was dethroned,
she being found wandering about the.
county in a deplorable condition.!
Hixson's alleged intimacy with another,
woman and a wayward son's escapades
doubtless caused her mind to give way.,
it is alleged that this son killed a gam-'
bier in Texas and served a term in the
penitentiery or that state. The
announcement caused a sensation here
as tbe family stood very high.
U: don't kllOW.
liumbelle bank in com pan i
Bradshavv and on my return I found,
her like this." Witness produceu.a
knife which he found in the room at.
the hotel and which he said was lying
by the side of the wash stand basin
containing a quantity of blood, ihe
cuffs of the hlurt, which Cooper was
wearing at the time, had blood on them.
Mr. Brooks of the linn K. J- Cooper
of Manchester, of which the deceaseds
father is the puncipal partner, was
called to prove that on Friday before
the murder they re.-eived from Coopers
solicitor a draft of settlement which he
was going to make upon his wife. A
sister of Mrs. Ooer test i lied to the
act of violence on the part of the
'prisoner towards Mrs. Cooper, he having
on one occasion bitten her in the wrist.
!A brother of the deceased woman
testilied that he hud knocked the
prisoner down on one occasion and
horsewhipped him on another for
assaulting Mrs. Cooper. Cooper's own
statement before the court was put in
evidence to the effect that he had a
quarrel with his wife because she had
been drinking to excess, and had
slabbed her with a pen kuife without,
intending to kill her.
Highest of all in Learning Power Latest U. S. (J
Lady "A'hat mafces
publications so costly?"
pictures, you know."
Lad "Anybody can draw hats and
Dealer '-Ah. y. '"t It takes 8 2
artist to draw faces that will look well
In Olden Times.
People overlooked the importance of
permanently beneficial effects and were
ntislied wi h transient action, but now
that it is generally known that byrup
f Fies will permanently cure habitual
I constipation, well-liilonneil people win
not buy other laxatives, which act lor
time, but finally ioiure the system.
Mrs. Meadow "My sister is just the
luckiest girl that ever lived. You know
she married;.-! summer hoarder, and has
to live in New York."
, Mrs. Lawnmo "Yes
Mrs. Meadow "Well, shes got the
! catarrh eo Iwid now she can't smell.
Itled lor Love.
OriANOK, Mass., .Nov. 17. It ii
ataied on good authority that tht
cause of the suicide faturday night of
Kev. ;. II. Harris of the Universalis!
'church in this town, was the result of
an utisuci ssful love affair. On
We imsda last Mr. Harris went away
and was gone until Saturday. Hoon
af-er his return he made up and sent,
by mail a package of lelttrs to a young
w. nan in Kast Charleston. A't., from
winch place he had just returned.
The registry receipts was found in his
pocket. Upon returning to this town
'he went direct te his hoarding house
and soon afterwards to the parsonage,
which he occupied alone. He must
have shot himself at once, for he had
not even removed his overcoat. All
'who knew Mr. Harris speaks of him as
a young man of excellent character.
He was graduated at St. Lawrence
university, Canton, X. 1'., and was
ordained to preach at Orange
A t'Htal Celebration.
Exielmou SruiNus, Mo., Nov. 17.
Just after the democratic ratification
Win. Jeffries, a farmer who lived near
Missouri City, was found dead and
covered with blood on the sidewalk on
KrtSt Broadway. He had been shot in
the head. About uoon the coroner
received message from Albert
Kearneyat, who recently came from
Tennessee and engageJ with a farmer
east of Ihe city, that he did the shoot
ing in self defense, Jeffries having
attacked him with a knife. Kearneyat
is bauly wounded and Is not expected
to recover. The two men had never
previously met. There are conflicting
reports as to Jeffries' condit ion during
(the ratilication. Some claim he was
iuadly intoxicated, while others der ate
ne had only taken a dram or two.
Stateok Ohio, city ok tolkdu, ?
Frank J. Ciij:ky makes oath that
heistlie senior partner of the lirni of
F. J. CiiKM' Y A Co., doing business In
the City of Toledo. County and State
aforesaid, and that said firm will pay
Ihe sum of ON K II I'MifiKU HOL
LA IIS for each and every case of
Catakiiah that cannot be cured by
the use of IIai.i.V Catauhah Crnu.
FK.VNK J. CilKXKV
Sworn to before me and subscrided
in ray pre.ienre, this (ilh day of ecem
ber. A. I). 1HST,,
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally
and new directly on the blood and
mucous snrlan-s of the svstem. Send
for testimonials, free,
F. I. CilK M F. V A- CO , Toledo, O.
t?Told by O.-uggisU. 7'jc
Sweet dirl "Its just too mean for
anything! There isn't going to be any
Old School Friend "A ro you so fond
fweet jirI,'Xo, but I think if
there had been forty or fifty nights of
opera ahead (Jeo-3 mean Mr. Nicefello
would have proposed as a matter of
TlteOnly Or Kvrr l'i iiil.l. Can Vail Plntl
th Vri f
There if thrre-lnrh rlltpl it mUerttwment In
il,l Tuiier, Ut.r nwk. wlm h linmiu io wonl
ti ike. rxna.t i.rif w..rd. Ihe mmf In true of
ixihiifw mi ni,pf.nrti -rri Tk. mm tbe
Sir. Hurler .Medicine Co. 'Ihl hoiiMi
i recent" Trrvtiiinc tricy innki- nmt i.nb-
UX lr n. .,t tli. m tli tmtiic of tho
ivr.pl mlili'v will return vo'i IKifiK HKUTI
H l.i.nHO(iKAI'llnorAllFI.KS hKKtC
The young man who makes the same
diamond ring serve for his second en
gagement may be said to kill two birds
with one stone.
Open to Miner
, ALiicoTKiiyi-K, X. M, Xov. 17.
The supreme court of the United
states has allirmed the decision of the
territorial supreme court in San l'edro
and Canon Del Agus grant case. The
decision is against the grant and
throws the important mining district
open to miners.
War Nearly Ended.
Sr. Louis, Mo., Xov. 17.-The war
between the Whisky trust. Knast Dis
tilling and Cattle Feeding company of
Illinois, with headquarters at Peoria
She "I wonder why it is that women
are not as great poets as men are?"
lie "That's an easy one. The Muse
is a woman, and It takes a manago
Visitor "Nora, you are certain your
mistress is out, are you?-' Nora "Well,
just to make sure, I'll go back and ask
her If that's what she said."
Dora "What a quaiilty of rice you
threw after the bride!"
Clara "She'll need it before he gete
his salary raised."
Xew Man (signal office) "Indications
are for fair weather and northerly
winds. Which flag shall 1 put outf"
Old Man ' Oh, any of 'em. Nobody
knows tbe difference except sailors,
a few indtueiident nUiiit,. Rnows 1
nearly at an end. and the trimt i. L. i m 11 100 foW for them to see."
. Alexandkia, Ind, Xov. 18. the
ratification over Cleveland's election ati
this place brought on a shooting affair'
last night, in which five persons were
badly wounded. Paul Finch and Fred
Benten were on the street and it is
clamed they insulted the wife of a glass ;
blower, who at once knocked Finch
down. The latter ran across the street;
to hit barber shop and seized a revolver.,
Benten grabbed the weapon and began'
firing promiscuously into the crowd.
The procession was passing and the
flying bullets did bad work. Tom
Berl, Frank Cox, Jim Swindle, Will
Jones and an unknown fifth person
were hit Cox is dangerously wounded.
Marshal Finnlmore arrested both Fitch
and Benten, who were taken to An
derson and lodged in jail. '
Corning, !a., Nov. 18. D. M. Pa
scher, a farmer living near this city,
aged about 56 years, committed suicide
last night by cutting his throat with
butcher knife. lie leaves a wife and
five children. He was a quiet and ex
centric man, and during the last six
months baa been partially Insane on re.
ligion. Although entitled to 114 per
month pension, be has refused to sign
paper of late, giving as bit reason that
be was not legally entitled to It He
waa an old resident of toe coun
Mrs. Ilayseed--The Weekly Gleaner
says a doctor says the golden-rod
Mr. Hay seed (thoughtfully) "It
may be. Only city folks get hay-fever
and the angels knows no one but city
folks is fools enough to be snuffln'
around them yeller weeds."
- ol L.0UIS
concern which has held out against the
uust has been ihe, (
company. On the outside firms that have
remained independent, the Dodsou
Distilling company ot Cinc.nnaU, the
star Distilling company of fenin Bis
and the crescent Iisullin company of'
i'ekin, ill., have been
- - "v.. avtive I
opponents of the trust. This with tha ,
operation of the iTmtm r ' ? -"Wel" We"! A tra,D
has successtully fought t e tru uutA T, ' " ,,k"T .l ta CUhU,t luU
neiirenttime. LcWdmgTinf W ld up a train and
.nation obtained from s 0Vule . ..T'5'' M'wU"fU
tlemcn who engineered the deal th. I u ...
companies nave "been absorbed by Z ealehiS0""" ,0tt be'U ta
Uust,and within two uays the trust 1 u, c ...
will be able to absolutely control 1 J ..?th'm- V Tbe
nr ceofwh.sk. ,i i.i , i v""run wnv
, . ...g., muca ai its
It is understood that
the trust has
They have begun to put pneumatic
Mres on sulkies used in trotting races.
81.000.000. nartlv in .k. :.7 Tk- """g
- - - tun uai- "miuwHiiwuil U1S horsea rleaw
ance ,l0ck, for the four distilleries. tag these .ulkie. continue EE t,r
Of this amount S5U0.000 Is for
Order fur Kstraditlon,
Lonikw.Nov. 17. sir John Bright
yesterday granted an order tor the ex.
tradition to France of jean Pierre
Francois, alias Johnson, alias Brohl, ac
cused of baring been an accomplice of
BaTachoL the anarchist, and of having
caused the Jatal explosion in the very
restaurant where Ravachol had been
"tary of New Meieo.l
Washington, D. C, Nov. 17-The
preiident appoiuted Silas Alexander of
Mew Mexico to be secretary of that
the same old way.
I Wife-I know I ,
ting dressed, hut ,We
meaier ber ore the
Husband (gloo,jr, J
is a lire down town."
m a r...f ii-.
" uat earth
"We might getacha.,,
on a fire-engine."
It Is a great
anon d ha to... .
.... - I'v m eveJ
tsJhuii &. I i. it ...
twelve years and are, J
in the house. itismvJ
Little Boy fretnrnine
utive nan u 0e Aaam
that apple alone."
Little Ctrl MYhyj"
Little Boy rkm
the tree o' knowlcd.,,'
If he'd just kept
uooy uui.nowgo.Kl from
cuuiu an uejim- as bad a
auuiio one ua know tlte e)
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we have notid s na
inuoe on reauoiml
ninu rXVUge. I)
readers to send two m
copv to lletlna f ircnim,..
E. Washington Street, (3
Mr. Cothanw'H'h.! J
ine ue Myles?"
Mrs. Cotham "1 mti
on the street yesterday,
jjo Myle's health Lad l
improved by the ocean
concluded to remain In J
cottage ail winter."
Mr. fiotliam "Hub:
thought, Cot caught j.
hore I hroat, "'mirj)
1 roclu t are a specific
He who is going a'tirad
fortunej-'Vou'll be tm
you, darling'" She "Yd
if you are successful."
Jackson "What thnt
up In the morning usuaiM
Jlmson 'Tour o'clock.'
"Creat Snakes! Why
"I board at a hotel, m
hour the man in the wit
Little Kick -Taps, M
der sour milk?"
I'apa "Itls nottlw
"How does electricity
"It works certain ciieaf
in the constituents of thI
result In the formation ol
"Of course. But how''
"I don't know.'
"I thoueht you M
wouldn't 'a' used such k:
Little l)lrk-"Paa, 1
buy me a fish-pole."
Papa-"Ther6 are no I
Little Dick "Weil,
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