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   Algona Republican (Newspaper) - June 8, 1887, Algona, Iowa                                to rivvf for ihia paper should ho nceonv by ivnivof Uu million nouucesaartly for Imt u evidenoo of jjoitd faith oa the I ftrt of Wviio only on ono of tliopix la Blvlimniimi8 anddatoa to havi tin It it1 Hniirvt nlnhi und er nnmrs nrr nfnn iJIHlvnit to buuassc of the careless mnnnir fn 1 nro THE United Supremo Court lias afHittud the validity of the Grcon patents in the drivewell and all users of unauthorized wells are liable lor damages for TUB Berlin police photograph crimi nals in profile so as to show the left Tho theory is that the features of the face but the car does and also that no two persons have identical IT is said that the crop of poaches in Delaware this year will bo more abund ant than The number of baskets is estimated at The crops in Maryland and Now Jersey arc also very BOSTON has inaugurated a reform in its poliee department by commissioning n woman police officer in every police station for the of taking care female Now York also is about to adopt this TT is said that London is to have a hygienic where dyspep tics will When they enter they will tell their symptoms to one of the attendant who will plan out proper dinners for which they will then proceed to eat in a prescribed Tine time is not far distant when the newspapers will crowd out all maga zines and many The tendency of the newspapers at this time is to put the world all so to ellovts of the best thinkers in all says the San Francisco THE Czar of Russia has issued a tikasc prohibiting aliens from acquiring real property in Russian The heir of a in order to must become a This lias excited great indignation in Berlin and Vienna and will be made the subject of a vigorous diplomatic THE sanitary press is discussing the Comparative advantage and disadvan tage of having trees near a The general conclusion is that no tree should be planted nearer to a house than its own length when full Trees not only moisten the air about but the earth Sunshine have access to a house at all THE riding in the Wild West show lias impressed several Englishmen by its grace and due to the straight legswhich the Americans in of the shortened stirrups and knees of English Letters are printed in the Times pro claiming the superiority of the Ameri can fashion over the English method of with the knees THE Boston Commercial Bulletin advocates the regulation of rates by the Massachusetts and says When by its very greatness and universal applica tion this telephonic invention becomes to State tho body politic ought to endure all it if it is not wise enough to avail itself of its right of reasonable reg of THE suggestion of exComptroller of the Currency Knoxfor reduction of the is the latest contribution to the literature on that it is simply to anticipate the payment of interest the government bonds either for six months or a This plan will re duce tho surplus from to and to that extent at least releve the money market from any pos sibility of JOHN SHERMANS IN the exhibition given the other day by the New York Institute for tho remarkable skill was displayed liy the sightless Some one in the audience asked for the multipli cation of by and the problem was performed correctly in their as also the what would foursevenths of three gallons of molasses cost if twothirds of sovcii gills cost fourteen THOMAS the lias a keen appreciation of During his recent illness he was con stantly annoyed by having his nurse take his temperature at frequent inter One day he slipped the ther mometer into a cup of hot The nurse soou after attempted to measure his and was horrilied to iind that Edison was apparently up with the hottest fever a luau ever THE Treasury Department is now at wo k on what is undoubtedly the larg est single money vault in the It when ill silver It will be eightynine feet by lifty feet wide and eleven feet nine inches inside dimen The walls surrounding this Uiasnryhouse will bo four feet six inches the foundations being car ried down three fed beluw the vault level and resting on a bed of concrete inches It will be made burg Great Oration at SpringfieldDuty ot the Republican Party In the Next and Present of the Two Great Sher ot addressed tho of Illinois at the Capitol in this city yes Not onothird of the people who desired to hoar tho address could Und even The Senator reviewed at some length the position of the two groat parties before and during the civil and when he alluded to President Lincoln and tho patriotic acts of tho loyal Demo cratic Douglas and there was unbounded Tho Senator spoke as follows FEMXVW LAmrca AND GENTLE MEN It was with unaffected diffidence that I accepted the Invitation of officers and members of the Legislature of Illinois to sponk to you lioro on tho political issues of tho for I know that they have boon presented to you by many eminent statesmen and orators of your State in a far more attractive manner than I could hope to Still I regarded this invi tation as a call of public and I hope to catih some of the inspiration that springs from the fountain of political And now that I have snon your have met you and have been received so I do not regret my What you desire of I presume la a statement of my view of tho principles and tendencies of the two great political parties of the for they must be tested by and not by independent opinions or partial dif ferences which always These principles arc tho natural outgrowth of the contest over the institution of that haa continued since the commencement of tho but It was not until tho repeal of the Missouri Compromise and the joint debate that oc curred in Illinois between Abraham Lincoln and Stephen Douglas that the philosophy of slavery was fully presented before popular au It was this debate that led to the nomination of and made him tho first Republican President of the United The Senator horo wont into an exhaust ive historical sketch of the Republican contrasted tho policy of tho two great parties immediately during and after tho war referred in glowing eloquence to tho draft riots of New to tho copperhead interference throughout tho North with the work of suppressing the an A said But in spite of all rebels and copperheads in spite of English cruisers under rebel and English muskets and the Union armies Lincoln was army after army surrendered to General the Union was and the flag of our country waved in undisputed authority from Virginia to One blow was yet to be struck and that was by the hand of an as inspired by the fanaticism of the re Lincoln was killed when his heart full of gratitude to generosity to vanquished and good will to all The veteran armies of the Union were rapidly Many of no and some of no marched in the grandest pageant of modern review of the armies of General Grant and General Sherman in the strepts of and their return to tlietr Lot us pause at the end of the war and im agine with what feeling these returning sol diers would have received the prophecy that within twenty years the same elements of hos tility to the Union the same alliance be tween Confederates and their be in possession of the Presidential of fice and in substantial control of the Govern ment that the though nominally deprived by unlawful means of all polit ical and their numbers counted to swell the political power of their former Who could believe that such could be the re sult And what a mockery of justice what a reproach to our patriotism what a shame to our loyal people that it is Let us see where the fault Republican party shed no blood after the war was inude no provided no It said to tho Confederate soldier Oo home and sin no Thett was a universal desire among Republicans for the restoration of the rebel States to their old place in the with no conditions except such as would secure a faithful observance of the laws of the United Its first step was the adoption in the several States of the thirteenth The second step was to put an end to the doctrine of se cession by the fourteenth as broad and liberal a proposition in favor of human liberty and human rights as ever was framed by A series of meas ures were then from time to time adopted by among which were the gradual repeal of internal the reduction of the public a system of liberal pensions to Union sol a careful protection and encouragement of American The Pacific railroad was The English Government was compelled to make restitution for the work of its The interest of the debt was enormously re duced by the process of by the resumption of specie our cur rency was placed on a coin This series of solely the work of tho Repub lican rapidly made good the waste war and put the country on the road of unex ampled progress and what spirit was this met by the Democ racy What words can express the crmsl and barbarous atrocity of the controlling elements of the South in their treatment of and and especially the f reedmen who been invested by constitutional amendments with liberty and political rights Taking advantage of the defection of Andrew Johnson and his reconstruction policy they commenced with laws that denied the freed men liberty of and of the and even the personal freedom and protection al lowed by the laws of tho worst powers of Europe to the meanest followed by wholesale assassination of unarmed und undis ciplined negroes inflicted by organized and disguised using all the agencies of terror and superstition that could effect tho mind of an ignorant and credulous with such success that in ten years after the war the reedmen of the South could as a vote whenever tUeir vote would change the result they could hold no and might be cheated and robbed and murdered with This intimidation was in many places extended to white Repub licans of character and among them sonic Confederate who resisted as far as they could these and were branded by opprobrious in some is the basis of their Without the terror und ostracism I havo several of these governed by their interests and convic enlightened by free ctuimci pated in fact as well as in would be as thoroughly Republican as this is not a thing o the past it is a continuing There is no an intelligent man in this broad land who does not know that Cleveland is now Presiden of the United by virtue of crimes com milled against the election includ ing ballotbox forgery and but for which Jaiues Would now be in his The poison of the success of these methods has already afleete the elections in some of the great cities of the especially in Chicago and Cincinnati under the lead of Mackin und Touscy the criminal classes adopted some of the meanest of the crimes committed n the South to control The Senator defended tho Republican party against tho charge being in it could have prevented the South em by culling attention to tho lact tliat the treasonable inliuouee of the kuklux societies was foil even at Wash and permeated every deparlmen of lue ovou to the extent o controlling a powerful and after jwvrd u ia the lower House o Since he tho party did not possess tho power to pass any law for the protection of life and property in the Sherman said 1 therefore claim tliiH while tuu party baa not been able to protect thft colored people of the South in their political yet that it has clone all thai it could do within the limits of tho powers given by the If it has failed in any particular it hag been be it was prevented by tho policy and power of the Democratic party armed with State au In this and by crimes go atro the second rebellion of the Demooratia party is a One duty 1 think the Re publican party not yet that that In States whore it is ascertained that frea and orderly elections for Senators and Repre senttuives in Congress can not be Congress should assert and exercise its unquestioned power to regulate the places and manner ot holding such A vital difference between the two great parties Is shown in their choice of officers und agents to conduct the Tho Re publican party cherished with pride all the great achievements of Union soldiers and all the grand results of the The controlling ele ments of the Democratic party look with preju dice upon Union and do with rare confer upon them place and Ten rebel soldiers aro appointed to office to ono Union More than a majorHy of all the leading officers who represent us in the diplo matic and consular service wore rebel This is ao marked that in every nation to which these gentlemen are accredited they fairly con clude that the rebels and not tho Union cause triumpcd in our late The President has not been free fiom fault in this In his recent letter to tho com mittee inviting him to attend the unvailing of tho Calhoun monument he said ho believes it would be well if all Calhoun und all ha and all his aspirations were bettor known and What would Andrew Jackson have said to such a sentiment as this if uttered In his presence in the name of the Democratic party Nor can it bo said of the President that ha has shown gratitwlo to tho Union or satisfaction for tho success ot the Union or sympathy for the men who exposed their lives for tho preservation of the His innumerable vetoes of private pension his indifference to tho sufferings of invalid and indigent Union soldi ers scattered through Ihe do not indi cate that feeling of gratitude which I bollcvo is universal among all tho loyal people of tho United The Democratic though containing in its ranks many honorable and patriotic is not tho representative of the oyal element of the but is confessedly omposod of the body of adherents to tho bel reenforcd by tho element we bought disloyal iu tho and those who ollow blindly without questioning the memories and aspirations of tho Democratic and the scattered victims of disappoint inevitable in political I do not wish to utter one word to revive tho nimosities of the That was fought out manfully and bravely by tho two contending with such courage to inspire the re pcct of each side for the and to its logl al conclusion of tho complete success of the Jnion All I ask is that the defeated arty will honorably fulfill the terms of their and that the results of the war may C respected and observed with by tho and but with charity and by Union soldiers and For his I appeal alike to Union and Confederato the blue and the that when iassion and prejudice disappear both sides will tand by each other in the improvement and evelopment of our great and united Only one affirmative measure has been pro iosed by the Democratic and that was to educe the surplus in the It was said hat the Republican party was hoarding vast urns of idle money to make times had that hey would scatter it among the The lepublican party has adopted the policy of re eiving gold and silver coin Into the and for the convenience of the people to issuo ertiticates for it which circulated as t has also adopted the policy of maintaining In he treasury from to of oin to secure prompt redemption of United States All of the money received in the roasury under Republican applied o the payment of the public This policy was pursued with such success that the bonded lebt was reduced from to and tho interest of Ihe dobt rom to Our Democratic riends in the canvass of 1884 promised to pay utall this idle What was the result A Democratic Secretary kept piling up more die To give him an excuse for doing he changed the form of the debt He excluded the whole mass of fractional sil ercoin from tho count he increased tho bal ance on hand fifty millions more than the Re mblican party had For two years a Democratic House with tlfty ole power on the has been trying to Iind the way to reducp the but uttcr y failed to and now a new Democratio it is is to bo called upon in extra session to solve the The business com munity is beginning to feel a sense of ind the cry is coming Good Lord deliver The President has received great credit in certain quarters for the support he has given the CivilService This law only applies to clerical services in the great offices and depart ments of the this is a Re publican for which I with a reat body of the Republican members of tho Senate and and I will join heartily in approval in its just and tirm but now an ingenious way has been found substan tially to get rid of tile law by requiring old and experienced employes to pass a school exam ination to test whether they ought to be re tained or I am afraid such a task would ilean out even so excellent a body as the Illi nois I know it would seriously af fect heads of And now it ia ilaimed that under the demands of our Demo cratic hungry and thirsty after a long more than fourllfths of Republican of not embraced in the CivilService have been changed by the When the Senate politely asked for the cause of re moval he as Jack Falstaff did He would not tell upon In concluding his great speech Sanator Sherman said Let no man be misled into the conclusion that all the vital issues dividing the two parties have been There are many things that lie near to the heart of the American They demand a free a fair count and cor rect If I have correctly stated the aims and tendencies of the two thu Repub lican party is the only one tilted to carry out such a Our adversaries may brood over the dead past and mourn tho decay of Confederato ideas but Republicans huil with unbounded satisfaction every advance of our country in strength and power at home and conscious that this is consistent with the full powers of and local reaching to every family and homestead in the We brood over no lost but look forward hopefully to reap for future generations the great bencllts conferred by the sacrifices and services of our patriot soldiers in the preservation of tho Union und the abolition of It is said that the Republican party had been long in Our Democratic friends wanted to examine the They wanted to turn the rascals What rascals have they found in What wrong or what peculation have they found in the booksV I can with con fidence and pride say to you that no adminis tration of this or any Government has been more free from fraud or than the Republican Administrations from Lincoln to both The Repub lican party has justified itself in war and in It is the only party in this country that can give you a fraudhating and business admin It enters into the lists this year and next year proud of its with no apologies to no crimes to repent no people deprived by it of their It has stood the test of defeat und retirement with unquestioning though it was brought about by It has fairly treated the Democratic who has gained pub lic approval only as ho has resisted his It will again appeal to the suffrages of the f co asking only an honest vote and a fair and referring to its record in the pafjt as the best evidence it can give that it will main tain in tho future the honor of our country develop the resources of our people ai and secure so ar as it in the full and equal enjoyment of the wud of American YORK FASHION WILLIAM Soipmer Pretty Df Wrap Special Bummer novelties crowd the shop dows and which prove far tod In design and to bo passed by without a and more expensive fabrics are in many in stances loft The passing Wonder to many experienced shoppers this year is how such really handsome and desirable textiles can be sold at their present low rates with any profit to either manufact urer or this matter is not one for their They have only to be thankful that this season the dress money allowance can be made to go so and that such uncommonly at tractive effects can be produced with so little outlay of No lady need in theso modern days be a or look any thing but a welldressed and stylish member of for ono dollar will go nearly as far as two did in former Among the list of inexpensive goods are the oldfashioned which are brought out in new patterns softer and finer than ever really com peting In populari ty with the most expensive French vailing which they but proving more dura ble for general Exquisitely delicate designs are printed upon their sheer wool foundations and a favorable garni ture for gowns made of the is tiny black or dark colored vel vet ribbon set on in straight French cashmera is anothor very popular summer fabric for tailor gowns for utility This fabric is made to form an entire or is used as a fancy polonaise over tho new handsome striped which show clusters of pin stripes in various the lines mostly brilliant on neu tral grounds of patterns are in degree ow ing to the narrowness of tho A celebrated designer of in this shows among his original crea three exceptionally stilish and Unique models which are severally illus strated a taylor suit of failU is particularly adopted to stout woman as all the full drapery is confined to the back of the A wide panal at the side is decorated with a special design in formed of Kussian silk A pretty departure is shown in the ar rangement of the front of the which is cut with a doublebreasted piece reaching only half way down tho the remainder buttoning straight down the The second model of visiting costumes favors strongly of the picturesque and the skirt of the gown show ing the stripes arranged to run with a simulated pet ticoat in elaborately garnitured with an intricate em broidery in shaded Opening above and reveal ing the entire front of tho pet is a Marie Antoinette pol made of v a 1 1 e a u bro c a d e d satin the bodice front from throat to belt turning back over a dainty nuns the soft sur plicelike folds tO VISITINO be made either of crepe crepe do or plain The raws on the bodice the dog collar and are deco rated with embroidery to A stylish seaside toilet is number three of tho designers This is natty and youthful in The elegant waistcoat is cut in a V shapa at tho neck over a plaited shirtfront of Tessah and the diminutive jacket is out devoid of the usual front the superb adjust ment of tho jacket resting wholly on the aroh of an extra deep underarm The skirt portion is plaited with a gradu ated sidepanel banded horizontal ly with bands of In front is a long aprou drapery crenelat ed at the lower tho square portions richly em Many of the sloevos for summ or gowns will be quite differ ent from those to which we havo been Parisian modistes are making groat use of the old style bishops The new onos look tho most charming when made of the airiest and softest of the textiles shirred into a band of velvet just be low the elbow with frills of lace at the SEASIDE lower The bodices of most of the sum in or dancing toilets are cut in close cuirass and a vest or vest effect is invariably seen upon the The fashion for halfopen bodices has created a demand for Kussian blouse fronts and plaitec aud embroidered stomachers of every sort and Very mauy of the lovely tea gowns exhibited are rich enough in ap and cost enough to entitle them to wear upon any fulldress the fabrics composing them being of soft Vic toria silk crepe do silk can vas in paie exquisite tints and the most ex pensive white embroidered Drap this coming will be worn both long and short and and lengthwise dr apings are deftly intermingled on the front one and rows of fiao piping are agata seen upon some of tho richest imported Black and primrose in Spanish will be a very favorite combination in black lace und satin gowns this X tho KxVlccPrcnldcnt Awftf netKUnoe In M Brief Sitotek of His June ExVlcePresl dent Wheeler died here Saturday morning a few minutes after ten His death was Although his vitality had beea decreasing slowly for the past six the deceased was In comparatively good health up to within the past six Ho suffered much from in WILMAM neuralgia and catarrh Of the Ho also was afflicted with softening of the to which his death is mainly On Mon day last ho became unconscious and never fully rallied up to the hour of his William Almon Wheeler was born In Ma Franklin May Ho entered public life in when he was a mem ber of tho lower house of the Now York Legis He afterward served repeatedly in both houses of that In ho was elected a member of Congress from the Seventeenth Now York und he was reelected in 1872 and Ho was brought into con spicuous notice in 1875 ns tho author of what was known as tho Wheeler oy which the disturbed condition of af talrs in Louisiana was and tho Republican State administration of Governor Kellogg was The credit which ho gained in this transaction was such as to recommend him to the Repub lican National convention of by which ho nominated for Vice President on tho ticket with Rutherford Hayes for He was elected and served four years in the Vice Since March ho has lived in OBRIEN DIDNT The Irish Editor Hefuseg to Attend Monster Labor Demonstration Given In His Honor at New He Did Not Want to Sanction by His Pres ence liesolutlons Indorsing the George Land NEW Juno labor parade and massmeeting in Union Square Satur day evening in honor of Editor OBrien in point of numbers and one of tho most significant demonstrations that has been witnessed iu this city for many It is estimated that fully representing almost all trades and participated in the OBriea re fused to attend the demonstration bocauso who recently presided at the Tynan was to and because the resolu tions indorsed the George land theory and denounced McGlyuns Ho gave as his reason that he could not com promise tha Irish cause and identify it with tne movement against private ownership in OBrien remained secluded at his hotel during the dem Henry Georse sent a letter regretting that a previous engagement would pro vent his Ho expressed warm sympathy for the Irish cause and appreci ation of OBriens but said he could not join indenouncing an Irish land lord for doing what the laws of his coun try allowed and what was done in America every At a meeting of tho Fifth Ward branch of the Irish National League yesterday ex Senator Grady made an in which he strongly recommended Editor OBriens and he was loudly i A stormy session of the Central Labor Union was held John Mc Mackin made an address denouncing OBrien for his OBrien has received numerous tele grams congKiulating him upon the course he took in regard to the OBriens action was the cause of excited comment all over the city yester Denunciations of Archbishop Corrl gan and the leaders of Tammany Hall as the cause of tho trouble were to be heard on every Nearly people attended tho meet ing of tho AntiPoverty Society iu the Academy of Music last Mc Glynn was the principal During the course of his remarks ho said it was a great mistake for tho advisers of OBrien to keep him from appearing on tho same platform with Said ho McMackin may not have been acquainted tho deed with which Tynan is said to have been connected I know nothing about it and I dont About the all tho press of today have fallen into egregious They havo mixed me up with I was not in the original resolution about coercion OUrien blue Whiu OBrien ought to bo ashamed of was the penciling of the resolution that the land belongs to the EDUCATIONAL The National Gathering at Chicago Next Thousand Teachers Kx pectetl to June preparations for the mammoth convention of the National Eucational Association and the National Educational Exposition to be held in Chi cago during next mouth are progressing All parts of the country are being heard from in reference to delegates and at least 000 school teachers are expected to be Large delegations are promised from Texas and the States iu the far The art exhibit of the under the direction of of will be full com The kindergarten with and tho industrial in cluding will also be large and com The convention will be held from July 13 to and the exposition from July 7 to Flooded by a or Damage June a thunder Btorm which swept over the northern part of the State yesterday afternoon much damage was done here by a cloudburst or Woeii the storm was at its height au immense volume of water came down swelling to u raging torrent the little creek which flows the The stream rosa several feet within a few flooding fill ing and in mauy cases driving peo ple to the upper stories of their The flood subsided almost as quickly as it It is impossible to teli now the exact amount of but it will pyobably be to IOWA following ate the town grain Quotations 2 6Ka The Central railroad Is to have a new depot at A fire a few afternoons ago at Pottawattatnlo destroyed the greater part of the business Tho fire originated In Huff Perrys furtiiturd probably by spontaneous and spread to both sides of the taking nearly every The loss above insurance was Eight families were Chinchbugs aro reported at West Crawford large fields of grain having been destroyed by At the recent annual moating In Harlan of the Shelby County Medical Society tho following officers were elected Harlan Jasper Shelby Reports received recently at Cedar Rap Ids from one hundred Iowa towns indicated that crops were in a flourishing The Undertakers Association at its re cent session in Des Moinos elected as President for 1837 of Iowa City of Cedar Rapids of Tipton of Creston Delegate to the National fconven of A heavy followed by the most se vere hallstorm known for passed over Sioux City a few afternoons The hailstones ranged from tho size of a pea up to the size of a and a great number of windowpanes were Growing crops were much but would come out all not having at tained any considerable The Des Moines baseball club has se cujed tho pitcher of Yale Col who recently refused to join tho cago Whites institute and Indian sit uated two and onehalf miles north of Leo County destroyed by flre a few evenings It was occupied by Miles as a Government and there were about fifty children there from various Indian tribes receiving their All of them escaped safe ly from tho burning but lost the greater part of their Tho loss was estimated at and there was no The Iowa Brotherhood of Locomotive En gineers and Firemen had n picnic at Iowa City a few days A flre at the furniture factory in Fair field the other evening destroyed fifteen thousand feet of and other damage amounting to The maiu buildings narrowly John aged forty em ployed in the saw miii erf tho Standard Lumber Company at was crushed to death tho other day by a heavy J stick of timber he was The steamroller flouring mills at Ren Humboldt wore struck by lightning tho other night and burned to the nothing boing Memorial Day was generally observed throughout tho ttiere being special services in 150 cities and Eli who was sent to the penitentiary at Fort Madison for cxave robbing and attempted swindling at Red Ringgold escaped from the sheriff of Decatur County at Chariton the other day while on his way to Leon to testify in the same case against King Tho trustees of the State Agricultural College at Ames have elected of to ba Professor Shelton has been Professor of Agriculture in the Kansas State College for several It is said that funds are being raised by tho State Temperanco Association to con tinue the prosecution of the murderers of Haddock at Sioux Three buildings at Oskaloosa were de stroyed by fire a few days causing a serious Four horses lost their lives in the Fred son of tho lats formerly a wealthy banker of committed suicide the other evening by The cause is sup posed to be disappointment in Young Brooks had been out during the afternoon taking a drive with a young and on his return home embraced his mother and bade them and then went to his room and shot him The young man was within a lew months of attaining his when he would have come into possession of his share of his fathers estimated at The Iowa Rowing Association has post poned its regatta at SpiriX Lake until July 26 and entries to close July Tho Government steamer that has laid at Sioux City for the past five sailed for the upper river a few days ago to work on tho survey about the mouth of the Several thou sand dollars have boon expended on the boat during the past few and she is practically as good as of incorporation of the Fort Madison Town and Land Company were filed in tho recorders ofUce of Lee County the other day with capital fixed The churches of Des Moinos number many of which are strong in wealth and Nearly all these churches have their own of many of them being comrnodicas buildings of great archi tectural whose interior finish and are refined and The recent decision ot tho United States Supreme Court in the drivenweU oases does not cover the points in the Iowa oases before the same which will come up at the October and does not reverse the decisions of Judges Shiras and In the Iowa cases priority of use is held to be firmly established in the lower The injunction cases came up a few days ago before Judge Ney of the district court in and the judge said that he did not propose to try any ot the cases nor grant injunctions to close any mans sa loon until a similar case before tho United States Supreme Court was dis posed This throws the closing of Du buque saloons to an indefinite The ninth annual convention of the Iowa State Sundayschool Association will convene June 15 at Plymouth Des A programme of unusual interest to Sundayschool workers is pro The Haddock cases were called toy as signment in the district court at Sioux City a few days Tho defense stated its readiness to proceed with tho trial of John whereupon the State elected Fred Munehrath to be tried At this ttia defense and asked that all the cases be continued until iioxt which will convene August It so Cholera recently broke out among the bogs ia the vicinity of PottawU Uinue and many were   

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