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The mat~ter has created such a feeling on the " paft of the ladies that they have made & demand upon the mayor for the dls* fiiissal of the police officer. VICTORY FOR THE VETERANS. IE ; V" *>•*•, ' Soldiers' Home ConimUslon Knjnlnccl From Appropriating Fensions. 3rfAB8HAi.i.TOWN, June 14.—Judge , fiindman has issued an injunction restraining the commissioners and ; 'commandant of the Iowa Soldiers' - "Home from appropriating any part of the pensions of its members until farther orders of the court The order is the result of an action brought against the board of trustees by a number of veterans for the purpose of • abrogating the ' rule adopted three years ago that all pensions in excess of t '$6 per month be withheld and -sent to dependent relatives or carried into the ' general support fund. This litigation has precipitated one of the liveliest ructions" th'at ever occurred in the institution, and trouble has evidently "but fairly begun. Both sides are determined to fight the case to the last resort INDIANS RUN SIOUX CITY. sK "--'I I' Get Drunk and Ron Thinks to Salt Themselves. SIODX CITV, June 15.—The unique, spectacle was presented in this city of • the whole police force being held at bay by a lot of drunken Indians. Over v 100 of the Winnebago Indians came over from the reservation near Fender, ,Neb., to sell gooseberries. On the , proceeds of the sale of tbe berries the whole on tfit became very drunk. They were euoamped near the city and became a nuisance to the neighborhood. Accordingly warrants were issued for the arrest of the whole tribe. But the Indians refused to be arrested and refused to leave town when ordered to do so by the police. The officers were afraid to tackle the whole crowd, and they were permitted to «n joy their drunk in peace. ; , ' THE METCALF CASE. rv • A Mysterious Case That Is Causing Much Comment. CBESTON, June 15. — The case against George E. Metcalf, the man who is alleged to have robbed the C., B. £ Q, and the American Express Company at .Thayer, in 1892, is one of the most mysterious ever tried in Union county, and' the mystery grows deeper. Attorney Haskel, who went to'-Lex, ington, Ky. , to assist Metcalf in securing evidence to clear himself, has returned to Creston, and, while he admits that Metcalf has been arrested at that point on a similar charge to the one he is being tried on here, he EtUl believes him innocent, and claims they will be able to prove it. The case is the all absorbing topic and promises to be one of the greatest ever brought to trial in Union county. HIGH HONORS. £ecure4 By an Iowa Buy at tbe Columbian > University, t WA8»fNeTON, June 16. — Harry Evans, ..of B. B. and Frank Evans, of Monies, and chief of a division in ' ttie' second auditor's office, has grad- n'jftted from the law department of the pplumbian. university. He took first - honors, i» debate, and was one of six . who received honorable mention in a ']e}ass of 117, Vj>4«r looses an Arm Car, JS.'-Polioeman John to boar4 a tr'pljey , the front platform, R& raised Ws hold &nd was thrown wheels, "which cut off his /He, was.' taljen tq Mi?rey "" , , and Matlie Walker have btftt &frested ld^ ffifafilieidi. ffce Walltef w«ttafi f W$ Wtth to ft Chiid ft f ett da^S S$««S &t the Wllttaffis woman's honSe. Neifthbors missed the child ahd an in- .vefcH^atloa disdlosed the faet that th* v baW had beeti done away with. It is supposed to hat* been thrown ifiW th6 MiSsissippi.flver, as &« trace of Jtcotiid be fduttd. the Williams Wohtaft was locked up and the Walkef woWato !& being guarded. ROB&EttV. liiinol* ttobbcrs Attehipt to Mold Up fttt Land Scekef. toWA FAti.8, Jutte 17.—An itnsuccess- fnl attempt was made to hold tip a man near the Burlington depot about midnight He was a land seeker from lllnois returning from the north, and was crossing from one depot to the other When he was attacked by a couple of men. He stntck at one and then fled. Efforts of the officers to locate the assailants were futile, but thej' are thought to be part of * gang of tramps who hate been hinging about the depot for a day or so. MAY SOON BE CAUGHT. to The Rock Island Train TTtwkets Soon F»c-c Jnstic*. KEU-OGO, June 16.—It is slated on what seems to be good authority that the Rock Island train wreckers will be in captivity before many days. Special detectives of the Rock Island railroad have been working on the case since the night of the villainous attempt to wreck the east-bound Denver limited. They are making their headquarters at a farmer's house within a half mile of the place where the spikes were pulled. This is the second attempt within less than a year. CONUKNSED ITKBtS. ol tb fttlttee; Ma,, Jnttf i dolnttiittee of Havana haS is* sued & proclamation to the Cuban people, sayifitf that General Gfdmea ie in dommand with S,(»fl men* Marquis Santa Lucia has joined hita with 1,500 men, including twenty of the most noted gentlemen of fuerto ffindpej th&t Roloff, with 2SO men, munitions of waf and 10,000 poitnds of dyaamite, has landed, ns also hate Vero and Her- aphin Sahchpr,; that Spinte has seven armed hands; that General Maceo, with 6,000 men, Is burning everything he finds; that the Spanish troops are dying ot hunger and pestilence, the number already having reached 10,000: that famine has spread through the province of Cuba: that in two provinces there are 1S.OOO insurgents, and that there is no hope for Spain. Cuban advices say 1.1,000 Spanish troops will land at Neuvitas to-day. Reports arc out that Maceo is in full possession of the seaport near Man- lanillo, so that they cleared two ships of sugar loading for the United States last week. HOCKEFELLER TO PAY A BIG SUM. The Iowa State and-National Association of Expert Judges of Swine held a convention at Des Moines and elected W. W. McClung, of Waterloo, president, and \V. M. Lambing, of West Liberty, secretary. The delegates to the Iowa State Sunday school convention at Ida Grove June 18-20, will have a special car with streamers the entire length inscribed, "Iowa State Sunday School Convention Car." Will leave Des Moines via 0., & N. W. Tuesday, June 18, at*9:35 a. m. Delegates that go via Des Moines, Ames or Jewel Junction are asked to join and have a good time on the way as well as at the convention. John Rutherford was probably fatally shot by L. R.- ; Hanson' at Oak Grove, six miles south of Grinnell. A business difficulty of long standing existed. Hanson says he had provocation. It is stated that school children saw Hanson go to Rutherford's house and, when Rutherford appeared, fire three shots. Rutherford has two wounds, in his mouth and in his abdomen. .. Hanson drove to Grinnell imme- 'diately and surrendered ' himself to Esquire Chafee. It is said the four hundred coal miners at Frazer,' in Boone county, have settled with the Boone Valley Coal <fc Railroad Company and will return to work at the rate of 80 cents per ton. This is the price offered, them by the operators on April 1 and refused. They were allowed to work temporarily, at the old scale pending a settlement, but this not having been done, after 00 days, they were locked out. Meanwhile a committee of miners at the expense of the company had' visited the other mining districts of the state and upon their return reported that tbe reduction asked for by the operators was necessary in order that the Boone section might compete in -the coal business. The men then went to work. The other mines of Boone county are still idle, but it is believed all the men will accept the new scale very soon. An important criminal capture was made a few days ago in the town of Maynard, One of the most notorious and desperate gangs of thieves in the country are now in jail at West Union awaiting trial. No doubt they are the gang that robbed the jewelry stove at Fayette of $8,000 worth of stoeH recently. During the past thirteen years they have existed as a gang of thieves anfl successfully plundered stores of all kinds. Many safe robberies in the vicinity during past years are now credited to them, The police fell upon the leader, Sain Smith, and he, in despair, implicated Jud Paign, JN. Smith, M Rich an4 Fred Qpnrad, None of the gang have tailed in rowy years, but hftYP lived, entirely from their plunder; Ueretpfjpre all were suppose^ to bear good reputations, all being sujp npsefl good fjtigepft aS|4 ftl»<?ve preset! condition, }£eys were PJB the'premies oj Hk$ Je&dtr 9 f Jatlgmrat Ac»ln*t the Mllllotmtre Given In F»ror of Alfred MerrlU. Duurrii, Minn., June 13.—The jury in the case of Alfred Merritt, of Dulnth, versus John D. Rockefeller, of New York, to recover 81,250,000 as a result of damages which he suffered bj- being led by misrepresentation into the consolidation of his Mesaba mines and railroad with the Rockefeller' iron properties on the Gogebic range under the name of the Lake Superior Consolidated Mines, returned a verdict in favor of the plaintiff. The jury retired shortly before noon at the conclusion of Judge Riner's charge and was in conference for nearly six hours. It was shortly after 5:30 when word came from the jury room that they had agreed. A few minutes before 0 o'clock the jury filed in, and, after the usual formalities, the verdict was announced. The jury fixed the amount of-damages at $940,000. , *Hi»i . T»Wti Will- lift Whlen hav16 maWiestid thelnsflveS sittfie the* reeefit CaRiftet counsel, ifidk cftte that the government hftS tifcclded Wpoa taldfig Sortie definite fictlbii against the pof te. ^he doitf miinieatf otts which have been sent to ftttssia and France* by the foreign office urge the necessity of making a formidable demonstration in the Hosnhoftts case without delay, The suggestions made by Russia and France that a conference of the nowefs be heldi do not stiit, as they are not in the line of Lord Rose" berry's policy. It is plain that the premier either wants to have Great Britain committed to a strong • and practical policy of pro-Armenian intervention before the conservatives get into office or he fears that a conference of the - powers , might entrap England into a disc\ission of the question of preoccupation of Egypt. COLD AND SILVER. Report of the Director of the Stint on Production. WASHINGTON, June 10.—Director of the Mint Preston estimates the world's production of gold for the calendar y^ear 1801 to have approximated 8.870,518 fine ounces, of the value of 8181,510,100, against 8158,830,000 for 1803. The world's production of silver for 1894 is estimated at 305,018,338 fine ounces, of the coinage value of $214,381,000; bullion value of same at average price (OlJ-j cents). Increase of production over 1803 was 23,108. Both production of gold and silver for 1804 exceeded that of any previous year • in the world's history. TIED THE RECORD. A BOLD ATTEMPT^ to A Desperado Scores a Failure Trying Rob a Montana Bank. BUTTE, Mont, June 13.— A desperate but unsuccessful attempt was made at 1 o'clock p. m. by a lone robber to rob the Silver Bow National bank. The man, who refuses to give his name, walked into.the bank when no one.-was in but a young clerk named Will Thomas, and calling him to the cashier's window levelled a revolver at him and demanded the cash. Thomas instantly stepped down behind the counter and grabbing a revolver began firing, and the robber ran. out of the bank. The shots attracted the attention of Police Officer Inghatn, who arrested the robber after a chase. The bank is situated on the , principal thoroughfare of the town. For a time the bullets were flying thick and fast, but no one was hit. John V. Cram Causes a Sensation In Atk lotlc -Circles. CHICAGO, June 13.—Defeat fell \ipon the blue and gold Of California at the Athletic Association Park, the Chicago Athletic Association winning from the University of California by -a score of 55 to 30. John V. Crum, of the Iowa State University, entered under the colors of the Chicago Athletic Association, made the sensational performance of the day when he made the 100 yard run in 9 4-5 seconds, breaking his own and the inter-collegiate record of 10 seconds, and tieing the professional and amateur records. PAPAL SUCCESSION. Pope Growing Possibilities That the New Will Not Be Italian. LONDON, June 14.—The Rome correspondent of the Standard telegraphs that it is announced there that the papal nuncios at Paris, Lisbon, Madrid and Vienna' will be created cardinals. The news causes much interest in Vatican circles, because it will disturb the equilibrium of the preponderance of Italian cardinals in the sacred college. The pppe, in announcing the fact, said; "We hope thus to create a position more in conformity to papal interests in the world and to furnish the sacred college with the means to successfully surmount the difficult and delicate period of our succession," THE ADVANCE IN LEATHER, CUBAN WAR EXPENSIVE. Spanish Government to liaise a New Loan MADRID, June 17.-r-Royal assent has been given to the bill adopted by the senate authorizing the government to raise, in. case of need, a loan of COO,000,000 pesetas on account ot Cuba. It is believed that vessels will be purchased abroad and sent to Cuba in order to more thoroughly patrol the coast of that island. The law has been gazetted suspending the redemption ol Cuban notes of 1890 in order to defray the expenses of the war. MARTI UNDOUBTEDLY DEAD. Killed by Treachery, and Not Sliiin In Battle. NEW YORK, June 10.—Jose Marti i undoubtedly dead. Guerra, treasurei of the Cuban revolutionary .fund in America, authorizes the statement Marti was killed on May 30. He was killed by 1 treachei-y and not slain in battle. BREVITIES. The immense advance in the price of hides and leather is causing a great deal of comment, W. B. Bentley, of the firm of Bentley & Olmsted, of Des Moines, one of tbe largest wholesale shoe houses in the west, in speaking of the remarkable condition of the market, said: "Nothing like this advance has ever before been known in the leather business. Sojne kfnds pf hides have advanced }50 per cent in the last few wonths, while leather which spUl last summer at 8 cents is npvy is cents, and sole leather which sold at.91 cqnts ie now 3(3 to 38 cents, gplng hjgjier. As there is un? ft real scarcity, prjpes qf leather roust rule Wghey tov spine i - lsitffi has beeft iiftfided down ty the itifcrenie edflH itt tile whisky tfust ca&a n which the- decision of thfe Cook eoiinty court declaring thetftistilletfa! § affirmed* ' It Is one of the strongest arraignments of combinations fof the ptifpose of eofnering or controlling >r ices la products ever promulgated by fiy court. Si'ftiftGFiRMJ. Ills., June 15.—At* torney Oeneral Moloney in discussing the decision of the supreme court ifi the whisky trust case, said it is_ plain also from the language vised in the supreme court ifa this case that the Mlman Palace Car Company will Meet with the same fate at the hands of this court that the whisky tnist has. The supreme court has expressly ^ de- cidpd that corporations organized inclef the laws of this state have only such express powers as are granted ,hem and that their powers must be strictly construed and all that is not given to them in express language is denied. The words of the supreme court are! "It should be remembered ;hat grants of power in corporate characters are toJbe construed strictly and that what is not clearly given is ay implication denied. Defendant is authori/ed to own such property as is necessary for carrying on its distillery bitsiness and no more. Its powcv to acquire and hold property is limited to that, purpose." "The. .decision," continued the attorney general, "in no uncertain language sounds the death knell of trusts in this state forever. On every point on which I made the fight I was sustained." MANY DEAD. Tearful Boiler Explosion at Fall Kiver, .' Massachusetts. FA hi, IlivKii, Mass., June 14.—The worst catastrophe that has visited the city since the granite mill fire occurred at the Langley Loom,Harness.shop on County street. A boiler exploded in ; the basement of the two-story wooden building, blowing out the entire end of the building, knocking the supports from the side and allowing the upper floor to settle into a mass of ruins. The flames communicated with the ruins and they began to burn briskly. The firemen rushed to the scene and made heroic efforts to rescue the imprisoned work people. -Shrieks from the girls in the ruins were mingled with the agonized cries of their friends,Ayhohad hurried to the scene when the first news of the catastrophe occurred. The flames were soon subdued and the work of rescuing the inmates began. It was found-that five had been killed, two fatally and three badly injured, while many had slight injuries. CANADIAN SCHOOLS. • time to pomp. It- has been reported *t West FulJinajj js is jncorrppk OB ?,DOO Richard Olney was sworn in as score tary of state pn the 10th. J. K, Emmett tried to kill his wife a San Francisco, but was prevented bj their 8-year-pld daughter. Whisicy, Richmond, Va., dispatch: The circui court Of appeals has dissolved the in junction of jvicige Goffi in the Soutl Carolina registration case. Chief Jus tice Fuller, Judges Hughes and Sey mour heard the argument in this case Washington dispatch; Juclson Bar mon, the new attorney general, arrivec in the city and drove to the Arlington hote]. Afterwards he proceeded to th state department, where he took th oath of office as head ot the department of justice before justice Harlan of the supreme court. He afterwards attended a meeting of the cabinet. The Ipss of life in the fire at the Segingoltes mine, Breslau, France, belonging to Count Dpnnersmark, which broke out when 500 'miners were at work, is not so groat as was at first anticipated, Nine bodies have been recovered, and fifteen are still missing. The rest of the miners escaped, Tfcere js no doubt that the missing Kniners were suffocated, A' Paris dispatch says the police of Erquy are keeping tfye captain of tfy» British vessel "Why Not" under surveillance and it is probable that he wiH be arrested,'.on, the charge pf h}s burning ship oo the §eaf,<. witU tow passengers on Catholics Kef used the Right to'Maintain .Separate Schools. WINNIPEG, Man., Jr.ne 15.—The reply of Manitoba to the dominion government's order suggesting that redress be given the "Roman Catholics in educational matters, and that the separate school system previously in vogue here be re-established is a stern refusal on the part of the province to comply with the order. Attorney General Sifton made public Manitoba's answer when the legislature reassembled and debate ' thereon is expected to come up soon. The reply is in the formnof a memorial addressed to his excellency tha governor general of Canada in council. * l fcne fcetfMrf Cfth^enllo* It foe* MottteH. MetSkS. Jnne IS.^hg potulistv slate donventiofi was held yesterday jfe the!" 1 . M< C. As auditorium. About &00 were in attendance, mUWng it the largest the party has ever nelflf A, fc s Stafrett, of ttumboldt county, was made tempofary chairman and f, w. Iv&ry, Of Mills county 1 , temporary seeretaryi Later pefmanent ofganiza- tton was f of med with & 11 Gillette, as Des Moines, as chaifniati and Mr. Ivory 6s secretary. The following resolutions were adopted: First—ThtS people's party of Iowa in cOn- tetttloil assembled reaffirms the pfincifolefc 6f the Omaha platform. , Secohd—We denounce tti@ late decision of the supreme court oti the income ta*, the recent nets of government by injunction in tho interest of corporate wealth) and tbe issue ot interest-bearing bonds. Third—Recognising with satisfaction tbe expression of Individual opinions among citizens, irrespective of partyi in fator or the restoration of silver to its constitutional place in the coinage of the country at tho ratio of 10 to i, we extend the right hand of fellowship to ail men whO'nre willing to join with Us in the dethronement of the money power of Wall street and Europe and the emancipation of the producing classes of the world. Fourth—\Vedeclarefor the adoption ot the initiative and referendum. > Fifth—We further demand that until such time as a government system o£ finances can be established, that all bank 1 ing institutions, national, state and private, be required to give security to depositors for all moneys received for deposits. ' ' t Sixth—We demand that thu, legislature of lovra shall provide, by adequate legislation, for the Inspection of all workshops and factories where more than ten persona are employed, that the physical and, sanitary conditons may be improved, and the lives, limbs, health and convenience, of tbe employes be better guarded. i Seventh—The salaries of our public officers being far in excess of the returns from productive industry, we. demand of the next general assemblv a readjustment of the salaries of all public officers, on B basis to correspond with the reduced prices received for the products of labor. Eighth—We believe that the expenses of government should be borne in proportion, to the ability of the citizen to pay them, and to this end we favor a graduated state tar upon incomes, also a state inheritance •tax similar to those of New York aud Illi- ,nbis. Ninth—We demand a state tax of ten per cent upon all future contracts made payable in gold, the same to be paid by the holder. Nomination of officers resulted as follows: For governor, L Sylvester Crane; for lieutenant governor, A. R. Starrett; for supreme judge, T. W. Ivory; for railroad commissioner, E.J. Stason; for state superintendent, L. E. Tabor. . TROUBLE IN IDAHO. , Alarinlng State of Affairs lu the Coeur cl'Alene District. . BOISE, Idaho, June 14.—An alarming state of, affairs exists in. Coeur a'Alene, in northern Idaho. News reached here indicating that serious trouble is likely to break out there at any time between the miners' union and the law and order men in that section, who have organized to protect laborers in theii' right to work if they can get employ 1 inent and the mine owners in theii right to employ whom they 'please. A man who incurred the enmity oi the miners' union was-killed there recently, murdered with an ax. which .was found buried in his skull, and a coroner's jury returned a verdict oi suicide. Governor McConnell has made a requisition on the gouernment for arms and obtained several hundred stands. Over 300 volunteers are drilling here to prepare for the coming conflict, which seems imminent. Idaho has no state militia. •A..O.-U. W. OFFICERS, Supreme Lodge in Session in Chicago Honor Members. CHICAGO, June 15.—The supreme lodge, A. O. U, W., elected the following officers: Supreme master workmen, J. G. Riggs, Lawrence, Kan,; supreme foreman, J. G. Tate, of Nebraska; supreme overseer, W. S. Robson, of Texas; supreme recorder. M. W, Sackett, of Pensylvania; supreme receiver, John J. Acker, of New York. The last two named officers were reelected, while J, J. Tate is promoted from the position of supreme overseer. COMING VOLUNTAHILY, VERY «FEEBLE, The Czarowltz Mow Has Only One Luug. NKW YORK, June 14.—A dispatch irom Berlin says: It is reported that Grand Duke George of Ilussiq,, the czarowitz, now has but one lung- remaining. The physicians'in attend' ance declare that a catastrophe is inevitable, though they are unable to say how far his life may be prolonged, SILVER CONVENTION. Defaulting- Treasurer ot South PHkotu JCxpoutoa ut I'lerre. PJBBRK, South. Dakota, June 43,—It is considered certain that defaulting State Treasurer Taylor will be hero within a week, lie will opine voluntarily. __^ Sphra^e'g »i,oooiooo~lu»iJiiT»itttlc Curo never"fat/s because H IB riot u. "cure all." Made to cure HlJeiuriatlHri), Qout and Neuralgia. Nothing One, Coutw more to make one bottle <;f thiw than u, barrel of ordinary medicine, A rurnedy for sensible people, who don't <»xj)e«t tfoltl dollars for Jc, "HQHUAgW cure* every Wme. M«»t poy/t'rfuJ Wwd purifier known. A^U on the »Ummcli, Jlver and kidneys. i • W- W. WJfl*wtt, bank eunMer at Btur- geon, Wo,, ti-ll* every «ue in tJmt town, that he perHpnally wljl tfuar»ntoe » euro, if they t»k« "ttonKAQUfV fM4tn« tp dlrepqonf, Woty in that'/ H^rta* no' Interest In Oils winimny and we never ,jqc«4,t«e4!ei«e! Yoiur «Jr,«jh if en yvu what payb JiTm iwft, him, uuwum'tie wm oo,, O Pltteen Hundred Delegates In Attendance from Twenty States, MEMPHIS, June 15,— Fifteen hundred delegates, representing twenty states, attended the convention called by the Central Bimetallic League. Manjr prominent men were in attendance^ The affair t was non,-partisan. IOWA PATENT OFFICE REPORT DIJS Worries, June JO.— A patent has been allowed to G. II, Beebe, of Marsh&lltown, Iowa, for a compensating pump rod that js qiji,te an improvement in the prior state of the art, in that its construction is quite in/ expensive, all lateral bending of the rod at tho connection is prevented and there is no f fictional contact of metal surfaces that would tend to produce', noise when nap lubricated, TQ N, Cornish, ot Garner, for a band cutter and self feeder designed to dintHbwto {ho (.rain and. feed uniform manner to the cyi'nder, Thwo lias been iovya Invontpvs during the week «i.v patents, copies of the drawings tif $ny one patent sent to, % e.enfe, ' IQV Inventors free. J, BA^PM ORWJO, in ' 8- ng to MB

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