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   Burlington Hawk-Eye (Newspaper) - March 7, 1890, Burlington, Iowa                                V f i THE FKTDAY MARCH A LIU iWKirttWB cum ID mum lAYEiSETTBn It All End flood IstBTedly sad tfce in Controversy Senate ProceedingsTariff Ar ffnmenteCBBttsl March speaker wit It said the diitfflen sided with in their opposition to prohibi which would aot be if nsdsr the prohfUtsry Itw than in iti Scharmen how prohibition Of btMT Mftd in that of A f nnmnniulti the United ifof scandal been re ths nsvyto ilBtin General MeOaOaudotlier oflcen Enterprii oni conduct at j f erred by the secretary of I officers concerned for sssxp laid before the house a from the president transmitting the report of the Chippewa Indian commission The retijion of the Industr ial league was asking that two women be appointed on the world fair committee of 1892 The entire morning was consumed in a discussion of a bill for compulsory at tendance of witnesses before the regis ters and receivers of land but no action was taken of presented a petition signed by six thousand raflway postal praying for an increase of The charge an to the effect that Mc Calia and three other officers wen shamefully drunk tad disorderly at on Sunday while the Enterprise was at anchor in the har bor with the dead body of the late Min ister Fandleton on A TBAH8FSB OF ABUT Members of the Kansas congretsiontl delegation had a conference with Secre tary Proctor today in regard tothe pro pieed transfer of the headquarters of the department of from Leaven worth to 8t and the secretary consented to defer action a few The reason for the proposed change is it is regarded as undesirable to have the department headquarters and post head quarters at the same A BIO BOND The secretary of tha treasury pur chased over of United States HIE HLDHB tBaauK rim CEHJAL IT ODUML A Letter Frcss General John Pal mat In Which He to Bon fcr the Usttsd States Senator The house then in committee of the I bowls today and thereby reduced the proceeded to the consideration of pnblic building The following bills were laid aside with favorabc recommendations for a public building at to cost for a pnblic building at to cost The bill called up of an appropriaton of 1200 for s public building at But was the object of a vigorous attack from of He criticised the action of the committee on public building and and alluded to the ppjk in the In his own the postofflce site wan leased for 700 n That was sufficient for a poatoffloe building and the business was more there than the average business of town where the committee provided for the erection of public Milliken replied that nobody doubted the gentleman town was a avainable surplus to aboat As the secretary is disinclined to reduce the surplus below A few repetitions of to days operations would soon result in a temporary suspension of bind at least so far as the four per cents are THE APACHE REMOVAL A few days ago General Howard ad dressed a letter to Chairman of thehouee committee on Indian in relation to the proposed transfer of the Apaches to ft Indian Ho expressed the opinion that inasmuch as General Miles had had his say before the it should give General Crook an opportunity to be He also favored the removal of the Chairman Perkins has written him in re saying it is not the desire of the committee to become a party in any way to a controversy seemingly existing between the friends of Crook and He believes much of the fear entertained by the settlers of New Mexico and Ari himself with voting against which judgment told him wen not The gentlemen must sniwer to con for If the member conrtituency will excuse when he told them he had got for them or in compensation for improvi dent he Cannon sup posed it was all I wishes and interests of these thousands of settlers who assert since the removal of the they enjoyed their first Old Mexico is also opposed to the removal to Fort but the commit tee has not yet determined what action wffl be THB SERVICE March interest is attached to todays meeting hereof the democratic state central committee on account of the published announce ment in this mornings Chicago Times that exGovernor Palmer would be the coadidate for the United States senator The Timei says that Palmer has written a letter to the committee in which he uys that should the sentiments of the democrat of Eliaois as manifested through their delegates to the coxing convention be that the democratic can didate forUnited States senator should be named by that and should that convention cognizant of the record and principles of General unanimously declare him its choice and request him to make a personal canvass throughout the state at the coming legis lative then only would he ac cept the nomination conferred thus and challenge his republican opponent to joint debate in every congressional dis trict in the state and national To an Associated Press reporter today the chairman of the committee admitted the correctness of the Times as judgenof eighth circuit the of March stethiievening pautd the house nitricting the itste for camgnB snd it wffl become a law with AH the crsti supported the mew March state miners convention adjourned today after adopting s constitution limuarto the except ft raises a per capita tax of Governor Fifer snd Secntsry of State Pesison ad dressed the conven this A HBW SU8AK af SMIBary Will March combination in the sugar greater and more widespread in its ratification than the trust has been practically consummated at the remit of extended and its will loon be officially The object sought is to equalize the gelling price of sugar Tfie subject has been con sidered for months by the Wholesale Grocers National which has completed a plan which they believe will accomplish the object without working injustice nr hardship to the re tailer or By the terms of this combination the price of sugar to the retailers of the country is to be raised seventyfi ro cents per m DEADLY lUlilUDtiisl fflffl IsslFDL nODLll Craned NcBeporten AA Allowed Bit On veto M blackboard and various other psrapheinalia wen The police also raided another bucket shop hsn was The wenarraigmed in the Toombs police Afmajcrity of them gave fle and THB WORLDS Much train on the Like Shore from the due at Buffalo at broke in two SJST Ham burg tonight The front pert of the constating of the utoker and two day were quickly brought to a Thereat composed of five heavy A out a lecture feelings towards the gentleman from Illi noli he would suggest further that he had never seen s man attempt to impute another msn that he had pork in the that he was not the first man to get a hand into the Connor asked the gentleman to be kind enough to explain last Did the gentleman mean to say he Con nor had asked or intimated he desired the committee to reccommend say bill Milliken laid the gentleman had severely reflected upon the committee Cannon said he had criticised the committee as he had a right to He bad not critiolsec the gentleman person snd if the he In his zeal sought by or by in timidation to allege that if it had not been for his friendly relation with me be could urge aught against my charac or otherwise hen and now let us have Beth As he wan utter Ing these words he slowly approached and as he finished the sentence be tapped that gentleman on the shoul amid laughter in the Throughout the colloquy both gentle men manifested a good deal of excite but the house was very good humored and thoroughly enjoyed the controversy which ended by Milliken disclaiming any intention to insinuate anything against the who was as nearly perfect any man in tha Clunie said that if he had known the bill was going to creat much turbanoe he might not have introduced But he hud thought that it would sot be immodest in him not having s public building in his district to ask congress to give him He did not believe after be had voted for every bill coming from the republican the gentleman from Illinois would create so much excitement over the first bill coming from the demo cratic After furthor debate the till was laid aside favorably and the committee ris together with the preceding was reported to the In the house Cannon made a vigorous fight against the Washington postoffice moving to adjourn amid cries of dilatory mo tion from the snd raising the no amid shouts of from the same The speaker counted s quorum snd the bill was as wen the other bills reported THB March 6 bill to increase the efficiency and reduce the ex penses of the signal corps of the army snd for the transfer of the weather bu reau to the department of agriculture was reported and placed on the Among the bills introduced snd n fernd wen the following For s monu ment to John Kriocson for the punish ment of officers and others for setonting with reference to political affilia tions to amend the revised so si to permit the purchase snd ngiitry of foreign built vessels by the citizens of the United States for employment in for Among taken from the calendar snd passed wen the following Giving s pension of 175 a month to the daughter of Major General sad isonesisg to CUM Widow of Major General The senate then proceeded to con civil service was conducted today by Commissioner who pressed Paul for an explanation as to how it happened thmt at the time in the Milwaukee office in each of the six cer tifications they were 10 cooked that the six men entitled were not certified and six men not entitled were Paul said that was a matter for the local board to He did not knowingly violate any of the civil service A POSTAL TELEGRAPH Representative of to day introduced in the house a bill to pro vide for the establishment of a system of government telegraphs for the use of the government and the to be oper ated ai part nf the postal TEE CUSTOMS OOLLXCTTHG BILL The senate bill establishing a customs collecting system to consist of North and South was favorably reported to the house THE EXECUTIVE Another day pasted without the senate coming to a decision as to what will be done with the newspaper correspondents who refused to tell Dolphs special com mittee how they get the proceeding of the executive tday The discussion devoted largely to the power of the under the constitution to punish the PAPBE The house committee rn banking snd currency today discussed st length the bill providing for the issue of paper cur rency notes in denominations of twentyfive and fifty The sub ject was referred to the nubcommittee for consideration and A FAVORABLE REPORT The senate committee on military and indications point to an almost una nimity of opinion among the members of the committee in favor nf the nomina tion of General Palmer for the senator ship by the coming state The morning session of the executive committee was devoted merely to the consideration of the financial The committee met at 8 D of moved that the coming state convention be held at Orendorff seconded the motion and Bprinfield carried off the honor without an opposing Fran cis democratic excandidate for itate was called upon for a He favored a long campaign the party two yean ago was handi capped in many The time he when we should take a clear stand as to the gnat issues befon us Jet us adopt our doctrine snd urge iti strike whom it Aside from the regular democratic phalanx that can always be relied upon he can rely upon assistance from various conditions and First and foremost is the tariff question The success that the Illinois tariff reform league is meeting with throughout the state is gaining ad from among those heretofore not affiliated with the democratic party is one of the great signs of the Another thing which gives hope that in all the farmer or combina tion the country whenver the great doctrines of the democracy have they have been re ceived with gnat Speaking of the German element Hoffman called attention to the editorial of Baiter in the laying it was not within the power of the republican party to pnveat defeat in Illinois and Wiscon U tumlag to Withdrew March 6 final meet ing of the National League schedule committee was held to The only business transacted was the adoption of a tenclub schedule which was forced upon the organization by the refusal of ihe Indianaplis club to Each came on down the grade and crashed into the second day The Pollmani being lifted one day coach into the and they now lie on top of the both having telescoped the first day Both day coaches and Pullman wen full of Four persons are reported killed and ten one The railroad people refuse to give any An Associated Press reporter went on a relief train a assistant as no reporters wen 2 work of extricating vic tims now going vfOUtf Ability to BafM March have had a very satisfactory said Chairman Chandler of the house worlds fair committee after a confer ence between the committee sad the delegation of Chicagoanswha arrived here They satisfied the sn he that they have s bona fide subscription of 35 every dollar They A THBUULUfe club plays fewer games than in the former years and the basis of the individual championship contest is figured on seven games in each city with different The season opens April 26 and ends Sep tember The eastern and western clubs open the season by playing in their respective sections and afterwards inter change Double games are scheduled for all points on May January and September BY A Detective mm iBfWBMT Severely March 6 murderous as sault made on Detective Zanza last night by a party of which Thomas of s gam was the The detective was abnnt to arrant a confidence when Brewer struck him in the face with a re knocking out three teeth and felling him to the Bnwerand the other then made their In front of a saloon on State street they came up with a young man named who had given the police infor mation about a gambling house Brewer had been They beat Harvey affairs today ordered a favonble nport made upon the bill to appropriate mosey n nimebnn the of Nevada and Oregon for incurred by them in siding in the inppmsion of the THE PACIFIC RAILROADS The house committee on Pacific rail roads bill resumed the consideration of the Vandever bill for refunding the debt of the Pacific railroads to the govern and got through lixteen sections which are substantially like the Outh waite and concern the Union Pacific The remainder of the bill pro poses a refunding plan to meet the case of the Crntral Pacific and be fore entering upon its consideration the question arose to whether the com mittee should nport the bill covering both or should present sepa rate bills in cise of the Union Pacific and Central The hour of ad j lurnment arrived before the decision was AN INTERSTATE O01OIIS8IOK The interstate commerce commisiioB sideration of executive which it after WUveBoIthrl itosBiBcnassofthftdnq Ohietfai today gave a hearing to the railroad companies in the matter of the rate on corn and corn product from Indian apolis to the On February 7 the commission made sn order directing the Pennsylvania and the Baltimore and Ohio road to cease discrimination in these la The railroads claim the in terests of carrier and producers re quire lower rates on corn than on its They also that the assumption of the commission that corn ruarjiiiig tim f market is not effected by water competition ii de cidedly No matter what action they took it was for the democratic party to say whether they will be victorious or He cited similar remarks from German editors in and said newspaper of Milwau and other papers of the same char have come out and delared that if the democratic party will in its platform oppose the that have been passed in Wisconsin and Illinois in preference to the teaching of German snd other alien they will support the demo cratic Hoffman said there is not a man in the Uaited States who favon having German taught in a man ner that will take away the teaching of the English but the Germans declare that the now la contrary to their interest can easily have a plank in our platform said that will put this matter in full harmony with the everlasting of our We will thus gain hundred and thousands of adherent throughout the whole north west As far as labor element and farmen an concerned they have got be yond the beHef that the tariffsnow framed has benefited or win benefit In conclusion Hoffman said Ton must have not only sn idea but also a I know a man in waom are the required qualities to make him a leader in the coining conflict and to make that conflict That man is no other than John Great Chairman Campbell then read a letter received from Governor Palmer in re sponse to an invitation to be present at the meeting to In it Palmer the convention ought to meet in I am anxious to meet the com for personal which are that I desire to be clearly understood with ref erence to the senatorial question I with it clearly understood I am in no sense s candidate for All I evar said i that I think the itate convention ought to adopt it si the permanent rule of our party government to nominate the candidate for and that if my view of the party polijy in that respect is ac cepted I should accept the nomination and make s but would greatly MOBB KBNTULKT Ytcttem IB Cvsfllrt M March dispatch from with forty armed men of the Blusher party arrived from Flat Creek yesterday morning and caused general alarm The circuit court being in ses Judge Boyd placed a strong guard around the court But notwith standing this the faction opened fire in the court house yard dangorously wound ing William one of the Smith fac The presence of prevented further trouble BABT A PeMtratlawy OBHto rtmmtrm to Dlssras March den of the shot the notorious train and stage robber and murderers Hoizbay through the hand tonight in order to disarm Holz hay had in some means secured a table knife and ground it down to a and was threatening the life of a fellow The warden shot carried away all the fingers of his right Twe Psveestiwr TralM KMrty KB SB SB Of March List five east of tais on the high line division of the South Park two passenger came near being wiped The train going west was running two The first section got stuck in the snow and section two came up with two powerful engine to null out the first Boadmaiter was standing in front of the head engine superintending the work when suddenly an avalanche of now came sweeping him away for sev eral thousand feet and entirely across the Ten Mile river and onto the Bio Grande where he managed to extricate himself with A tremendous volume of snow piled it self entirely over the four put ting out the snd complete the mail can in which wereM Beberti and Baggage Matter It took some time to extricate the men but neither were Fireman Oolbcrt son was badly It was a miracle the whole train was not swept THB BATB 000 to begin of which is good as have also satisfied us of their ability tt easily raise the guaranteed by Altogether we are very much ratified at the showing The government was not asked for anything and if there was no suggestion it should not do any more than give its name to the fair which it Daring the conference Vice President of the First National cf explained the financial situation and Senator Farwell vouched for the financial standing of various persona about whom the chairman Gage said the fair organization will be incor porated and will begin work in ten or twelve days and that this would quickly secure subscriptions for a million or more As to the government appro Chicagos representatives said they had nothing to They left that entirely with the commission and with The question of postponing the fair until 1893 was mooted and it was evidient there was a strong sentiment in its favor though in tHis matter also Chicago man placed themselves entirely in tha hands of con they could finish her buildings and make tha fair a success if held in With respect the government Chair man Chandler said it had been understood a million and a half was outside limit and this amount the com mittee would name in the sun mm n m The RepuhHcan Candidates Elected A Tetioss 1 realm tor Dodged BUlBsd SesteneedState CAPITOL V DBS March The candidates put up by demo crats for state printer and binder were not hard to They had none of sought the nominations and the mere mintion of the same was enough to secure the Kone of them except knew previ ously that they were to be brought out as and after they were there was no perturbation among them for fear they should be elected and have to change locations Ucaa candidates have been before the than The tree order with cjaled flap ctntsininsj iunry note for from was snd payment for trees out of tree exemption brought to baar goodeffant About nfty farmers what they rapposK to bs which proved to bs praambsorr The Calhoua county authorities will sc to prosecute as county has got thraugb with Manh 8 representing Standard Gig of tot Dubuqoe three weeks ago on his refute After nmainisg in the city atsl dayi he paid hit hotel bill and test hist baggage to the St Paul depot He then Jl and neither family have heard s word from bJssT since Today the president of ths com pany which Hovey npneentsd arrived ion to investigate found baggage at the bat could get no trace of the miming HovyV wife is also hen and ia distracted at disappearance of her ely burying Mail Agent Cat IB B Hew March The announce ment made that the Memphis route will make rates from Kansas City to point in the southeast based on the five dollar rate to This is the first cut ever made in thii direction and wffl compel the Louis and Chicago penetrating that territory to meet it Thedupstch lays the rate from that city to Chicago really tS instead of that no eightdollar are sold snd that persons have been tent even a rate leas than to Chicago at BOCK Kcpmrtsa u report from Leavenworth that it stated in military there that when the de partment of Missouri headquarter are moved to The United arsenal at Bock will be transferred to Pocmott on Tariff March Alii sona attitude on two principal tariff is outlined to a reporter e today with some distinctness by the Sen ator himself publication in which stated the senator was leaning towards some of the most important pre positions of the Mills bill he said I do not can to discucs the mattar while the people for some and after having pected the dem ocratic candidate for the Fort Madison wardenahip has been making active can vass for the past two and suc ceeded in turning aside one republican caucus When the joint called to order a resolution fixing and confidently ex1 slender about 40 and shown a a New York paper ferule committee is Yoa may say that I busy with am in favor of a deep cut on I will not say I tavor the abolition of the duty and the payment of As to to you may say I will vote you to abolish the I tax will on it very We will have a hard time explaining the duty on a great many if we abolish the duty on this Mttqam a Special to Tin March social event of the winter here was a masque party given last night by the Chantanqna Circle at the residence of and Horatio The guests were all in full the press being repre sented by Miss Btta The news paper headings most conspicuous on her dress were THB BURLINGTON HAWKEYB and the Eirkwood Miss Fannie of South presided at the convention was Perkins introduced the order of roll calls beginning with warden of the Madison in order to give Dodge and Wolfe time to come moved a reversal of the and during the discussion of this Dodge cane and a pair was arranged between Wolfe and The reso as originally was adopted and the roil Owing to the similarity of names there was gnat diffi culty in getting the vote recorded cor It was finally and the vote stoou McMillan He was declared The reason for Hanchetfa refusal to support the re publican nominee was that his failed to get the republican nomi nation for that and he was determined to do what he could to defeat Having entered the caucus and partaken of its deliberations it like unpardonable treachery for him to have acted The wffl of course kindly remember One thing which greatly in Han chetti the fact that he voted for AUisson all way through and in in this joint convention he supported all the other republican Ha was not addicted to TO BIB Bov Special to TECS March 8 of Mapleton has been greatly agitated for the past few days over the trial of Marcus George and Frank Kaarns and Willie who charged with the crime cf stealing mil linery goods from the store neatly tablUhed bv Gaorgs aad Frank Rearm plead guilty and tent to the judge of this diatrjct and by fcim ordered to ba lent to the reform The other wen diseharssd for lack of evidence to convict Today Cornelina father of the above named subjects of reform school was arrested and flaed for the offense of taking the law his own hands by knocking down of our prominent attorneys Kearas plead guilty to the but demurred and thought the fine justice insisted that privilege bs had exercised in assaulting an attorney was easily worth tlO and would sot remit any of the amount In nominating Meek the democrats The best salve in the world for salt fever chapped com and all skin and posi tiveTy curei or no pay It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money Price M cent per box Vnr at Amm aome other The motive that be nom leads to Frank st receiver of public Esn Wisconsin Horace of com of railroads Edwin Marshal of the western district of Iowa base pension agent st Chi TATJLBEE latest roport from Taulbee ii that while his eonditionia atffl vary eritieal he it testing much essier them It itetad st the hospital this sftsrsxxm tbst Tsnttss iiins is biassed to such as that prefer this sogfsstion that I do not desire to be s nWiihrr of the and wffl only consent to be a candidate before the peo in order to vindicate principle of electing sssstnr by s popular vote as nearly as with to be under stood is not urgisg my viewi npoa the party on the if there is any considerable opposition to the opposition it I would for of harmony advice that We will carry the legialature if we make a energetic Let nothing be done that will divideuior dampen the enthusiasm of The reading of thk letter was greeted with great applause June 4 was selected as the date of the and it was ordered that tht rermaHitlusi of the A Craffeeee O March mys tery of the numerous attempts to wreck trains on the Naw Pennsylvania and Ohio in this has been cleared by the arrest this morning of George who has im plicating one The object of their desperate attempt Eiterly refuses t3 CaKBIlUd March afternoon secretary ofthe Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance committed suicide at the com panys Nervous derangement brought on by is ascribed a the Hia colleagues sesnil that his accounts are all TOBBMH Hewesf Batv March Solial re ceived information that another battle was fought between the French troope and the of the king of in which eight of the combatants wen killed snd many of them A number of Frenchmen and other Euro pean wen captured by the Other advices received hen itate the Dahomiani made a second attack upon but they wen finally leaving four hundred of their number dead on the Among the dead wen found several of theft rion of king of of CONOOLTHO mNHTEB March The Prince Wkat wee March 6 ad ministrator of Coarlei killed by an exploding boiler of the steamer Bar on the vessel initial trip in yesterday afternoon rendered a verdict of 40 OdO against the Berreahoffs in a suit fur MIIW An important They act on the stomach and bowel through the A new They speedily care bad tor pid pfiM and Splen did for women and Smalt 80 doees for Sample free at Wines drag A CUM little orosrsd that nrrmsHitlim of the variow cooBtiM bs based on the vote caststtbshwt presidential slectiosand orlTSettomf by of Bock wS sbrisf children of Frank of this found a can of lye yesterday morning and the larger child threw a Quantity into the amafl ones face and fed it some of the stuff with a Within an hour the little onei toague and both eyes eaten out It will undoubted ly has sent a letter of condolence to Minister Lincoln on the loss of hi A THHEATKSING March The czar has received a threatening letter from a woman who signs henelf The writer aayi that unless he modifies his reactionary policy he will meet the fate of Peter Paul I and Alexander A copy of the letter was sent to each of the ministers at the same The police are conducting an active search far the persons suspected of being impli the A PET1T1OH VBOM TBX imnqp rEDKRA March A federation of Belgian miners sent a petition to the government and asking them to display an interest in the workingmen equal to that shown by the emperor of and see that legislation is adopted to reduce their of labor and increase their The petition states large sums of money were spent by the government in giving a university education for the benefit of the upper classes and lays it ii time a little was ipared for the benefit of the lower The presentation of the petition caused a March member of the firm of Charles Lippincott manufacturers of soda apparatus in this confirms the story from Boston to the effect that a London syndicate has completed negotiations for the purchase of the firms controlling the manufacture of soda water and beer apparatus in the United f Shooing March first days contest between the Kansas City and Chicago shooting pigeons at Grand Crossing wan won by the the icore being 211 birds to 210 for The birds did not fly well and a heavy snow on the ground made eood sighting CUM Will itm March all the prominent window glass manufacturers were at the association meeting A new list of prices and discounts was adopted which will result in a net in crease in the price of glass about 5 per cant March 6 Louis the minister baa lost four children by a very malig nant form of and another ones death is looked for As the premises have been there ia not much probability of the disease A Naw NEW March severe storm of sleet snow which started in this city last eight still and this morning it extends along the Hudson river and in the Mohawk Bail road traffic is worked to retain the good wffl of Senator Meek was from county and of course Barnett eonli not not help being pleased at thii recogni The was for the repuclican and Barr wai elected by a vote of 77 to George Bagsdale was elected state printer and Otto Nel son state binder by the same The joint convention occupied all morn ing a roll call had to be for each AN OLD SETTLERS Senator Dodge introduced a bill Tues which really unique sad Heieemed to think that have been made for the comfort and pro tection of several honorable of the old settlers should be provided for in some way or Accordiscly he introduced which wss as fal lows A bill for an acts to provide for the purchase of property for the purpose of holding old settlers snd to keep the same in Ba it enacted by the general assembly of the state of Iowa Section That the board of super visors of the several counties of the ate hereby authorized to in addi tion to the taxes now levied by s tax upon the taxable property nf their respective realize a sum not from which to to exceed ten Nsw March of George late Uaited Btatwminfitsrto Germany and foimer ly United were today to Cisdnaati in of The funeral will take place from Christ church in that dty Of Sosodontr Qnsk word BfBjfyiai snd it desstvc Us no Iti derived from two ing to uiejarvs the for there which wffl do this im bsmgrssUMd for tM SMBB1 ABBBI BBUBBBi iBBUKBTeBBBW March WiQism s died sud dsnly of apoplexy in thii city list aged ASBTJBT March Ezra of of promincnt MSUM of r died ban today of hssrt prBBBBI NSBBB Ox A March 6 able alarm is caused here over a sup posed cue of Last night the city marshal was ordered by the city council to report the case to the state board of live stock at Chicago for prompt BOILED The mercury registered twenty degrees below sero Tuesday night at One of the school directors elected Tuesday at was a col oied Planes screen door factory at was destroved by fire the loss being with Ths residents of a small town about twelve northwest of greatly alarmed by the ravage of nwgoant Chicago and Alton company put a large of men at work Wednesday npon completion of double track thousand dollars to be levied and collected now provided by law for the assessment and collection of tax for the purpose of purchasing writ able and convenient property for the uie of Pioneer and Old Settlers in the holding of their annual and other The grounds thnu purchased shall ba known as Old Settlers and be under the can and control of the Old Settlers association of the respective The board of of each county of this state on or be fore the first Monday of appoint three who an res idents of such county and accredited members of such to sere three years from date of appoint ment one two years one to serve one year from date of appointment The three persons so named shall be desig nated The Old Settlors Association From and after the ap pointment of said commissioB as afore such commission shall be selected by the Old Hattlara association at their annual Said association shall have the right to erect create and make any and all improve ments deemed expedient and necessary for the purpose of beautifying and im proving the Said commission shall have the right to sublet said property for other purposes at reasonable rental where not in use by said the money thus realized to be placed in the treasury of said The board of are authorized to make suchlevios on the taxable property of their respect ive as shall be necessary to raise the required amount to keep said Old Settlers buildisgj and other property in good and condi DBS March annual IN A BAD FALL of was badly cut about face by a fall READY torn Jenkins Hay Bake and Stacker factory at Ft Madison wffl ready for business in about a A DBMOCBATIC of was robbed of while listening to Governor inaugural Thursday Isst AMPUTATED liv ing at Sand had left Isc amputated in Chicago s short time it being necessitated by rot A Bio At Keokuk by of saloon e docket fer thii term of diiMet ii about three usual Drno FROM His Frsmk s Clinton nswipspsr that city He was six ago by accidental of ios at different on river greatly revived since the late dealers are hastening to sscnn they had almost diapstasd WEDDED AT KSOXUE Hodge and Nathaniel s clothing merchant a Hot Arkan wen married at of bride in Ksokuk Wednesday A PENrrBNTiABY promi nent Madison stationer s victim Monday to the bogna express probably the work of an It lust cost him Thi box To BUILD A UNION ing of prominent railway officiate wss held ia Keokuk to eostidsr the mttter of s unios depot entering that rity were rsrirsiMtst by one or more and the gnessl expression was in favor of the VERT Nsnvon corre spondent of the Ft Madison Plain Dsstar and the editor of the Nanvoo T pendent are having it up and dowa each other to see which can Plaster thte other with the deepest coat of Itv is all very silly and uninterutiag to Va March 6 failure of publishing firm of Donally SOBS Sf pears more serious than was at first MB j Additional entered today and it now laid liabilities will reach Does your mother know youn i said a boy to hia little she was the for tie of Bulls Cough Syrup bssy knocked my cold into a yon A few of SUvatiom will instantly relieve stiffness in toe or 25 to TBB LA March of a boot leg salooaisto James Bridn snd William alias SoekI were captured last evening and in the cooler until whs plead guilty and each fined hundred dollars and that there sn more to of the State Tem aneeisbeioe held AEi It is presided DHnoii State Miners conven tionst Springfield Wednesday rssoln tioBS wen adopted urging the mine oper all may reported thst if short s assaying of ii not that canal wffl within five yean rstXesmtesbuaseL It knot known yet in what direction r of City over by of to whom tha honor of up house by running aa independent can didate in Floyd Then ii s fair npra tion from itete st Freskleat Wright annouBcsd in hii 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