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   Burlington Hawk-Eye (Newspaper) - March 15, 1890, Burlington, Iowa                                THE llispgljsyf URIl A SATURDAY MARCH 1890 IATOSTILL m uunu nm IE THE WEATBt 01 Signal Service Beport UMB Wa toaA Waraiag Extended to Bed denti of the Flooded to Prepare tar the Match reia etormof the paitxour in the lower Miatiatippi valley hat practically but then are ao encouraging for any portion of pros that The rim hat fallen Ijr at Cairo but harp rim at Bt Louis and particularly at Louisville and Nashville auke it evident that the recession at Cairo ii only Urn porery and that thence southward the elver must continue at iu preeent stage for at least a Although the ctage ot water at Cairo and Helena are about four feet below the extreme floods in the past yet the decided at prospects an very evea these places that ob the greatest flood ever known will lain during the next At Vi ebsburg the river ii one foot and two inches below the great flood of but the very high stage of water in thelower Arkansas renders it certain there will be relief at Ordinary prud ence demands under the present that extreme flood conditions should everywhere be provided AT HEW NEW March gov ernment gauge at this morning wed a slight fall in the river from the highest point reached yesterday after The streets here this morning are free from overflow water along the water except at Peters and there the flow will soon be It rained all night and it is drizcliag this A LEVEE Oaaeeonat of the peculiar con diifoa of the Mil ia that vicinity the other varieties have fared From the oa fruit ia the southern part of the when the bulk of the mi aois crop it Buy be safely stated that tha peach crop Applet aad cherries an eaf bnt an in jured to a considerable Straw where properly covered aad pro an aot extensively injured but when they wen not cared for they are killed or have suffered March remarkable iBftaaee of a aairage was witnessed here yesterday about four oclock in the It presented a picture of a clear and well defined full though of course and appear ing like a large city suspended in the air or falling through as the ground on which it stood was not Church steeples and walls of houses were slight ly The phenomena seemed to be only a few hundred yards above the earth and was visible for nearly threequarters of an The day was clear and calm with a Many spectators claimed that the city reflected was Mans thirty miles distant others say it was eightyfive miles and each party professed to recognise buildings in those A Coart March NEW March levee at Nile sixtyfive miles above this on this side of the broke last night and in less than two hours the break was twentyfive feat The water from this crevasse will do little damage ae it will flow into the THE CONDITIONS MORE RAtlSFACTOKV MEW March condl lion of affairs on the river front thif evening is much more satisfactory than at the same time The i authorities aided by the railro strengthened the weak places in levee and constructed temporary levees of bags filled with earth from Louis to Hospital street and other but from Louis street to the where ao much water came in noththst plac ing his yet been The levees in this section are injured mure just now by the wind and weather than by the Today the wind is blowing from the north with a velocity of thirty miles an Governor Nichols issued a proclamation requesting all steamers to keep as near midstream as possible and run as slow as circumstances win natemeni were r permit during the present freshet in the closely lower The waves from pus ing vessels have done a good deal of damage to the temporary work on the A OENKHAL OVERFLOW APIRE March from the lower Mississpipi regarding the flood state that the part of country be tween the Arkansas line and Vicksburg on both sides of the river is in imminent danger of The water is running over tha Arkansss levees in sev ere end they have been aband This means that the Tenses basin in Louisiana will be All efforts being concentrated to save the levees in Louisiana between Vicksburg and the Arkansas line and those on the Missis sippi shore between Vicksburg and If Louisiana goes Mississippi may bo and vice Oa each side of the river the most heroic exertions have been made for weeks and am now being Rain has fallen in torrents At all endangered points the work is kept up day and Live stock and movables are being taken to planes of Over two hundred miles of levees are endang ered and a general ever flaw is considered Then is no cause to appre hend loss of but the destruction of property will be A dispatch from Natchez says seven inches ot rain fell then during forty eight and it still Planlnrs in the low lands are counting upon their plantations being as they expeot a break at any moment in the weak levees below Lake This would snnd the water down the Tenses basin and flood plantations all the way 1D the mouth of the Bed Latest reports from the upper levees indicate that a general overflow in Louisiana and the lower Yarao delta may be BETOOK WASHED March iron bridge several hundred feet to length over Pierre creek on tie Jack son and Columbia between Jaokgon and wat washed away by the flood last FIFTEEN BOLBI Match 14 width of the Mississippi river at the mouth of the Ohio is now about fifteen but this vast body ot water is alowly THE HIGHEST KVEB March 14 the river is tha highest ever reached and is still The openion hen is that the levees on the Mississippi aide will be able to withstand the prow use of the gnat flood out the situation on the Arkansas aide Mow Arkansas City is far from although the should the levee give would be alight compared with tha dis after which would enaue should Ike cut Barlat a March morning a huge rock rolled down the mountain side and fell upon the West Virginia Central railroad track in a cut forty miles west of this A work train with a crew of twelve men were dispatched to remove the While they were at work a great mass of earth came rushing from the steep moun tain tide and buried some of the men from Two were dead when taken one has since died and three others an if not Baa a Land March 14 fast vestibule train on the Baltimore and Ohio road ran into a land slide near Newark this The engine wss thrown into the river and the Thomas was killed and en McCoy and the latter a passenger on the were seriously DECDfflfll OF THE BICE PWB LE1 U THE The Blair Educational Urgent Deficiency BOlLegialatioa ia the Fair Bill March 14 Among the bills reported in the senate from the committee and placed on the calendar wen the following Appropri ating for a public building at Illinois authorizing the con struction of a bridge across the Saint Louis river between Minnesota and Wis from the committee on ap propriations reported the urgency defi ciency and said he would call it up for action next The Blair educational bin was then taken up as unfinished business and Teller addressed the senate in support of Speaking of the race lu said he did not admit that the problem was so great that it might not be if he he should despair of the re If the southern people and the negroes could not live together in a state of political equality and political har mony there was an end to republican government in at of the area of the United He had no key to the but he believed edu cation might in some respect help to solve were it If educated the the colored chances people would be better that the races wouli live together on better vice went hand in Ignorance and If the south the urgeat defidiBcy aatong them being PnbUcattoa of the oftUdal war for aew for ar tetiaa eeaate eoeiiageat pay of aew emigration iavettigatioa 000 hone of printing for March 14 steam schooner George H belonging to the Forland deepsea fishing which left here a month ago for a short is reported lost The vessel car ried a crew of A nvenue cutter has gone in search of the Mea Mueh last night a frame building on the Pennsyl vania six miles east of used aa a sleeping apartment for laborers employed in rebuilding the viaduct at that was burned and two men The Kane county court house burned last night to gether with its The county records wen in the vault and are thought to be Eighteen priioners in the basement were removed to a hotel and HOJUU Baker ai Barter Baati March 14 the of at Ashland two em ployes of the treasury department at Washington identified a roll of money found upon Baker as part of the package of sent by thetnssnry department to the National Exchange bank at Mil and by them to the First Na tional bank at and from then deposited in the Iron Exchange bank at Hurley on the day of the This is the most damaging evidence yet brought against Perrin and UeBD BAD BMmni a Toaaa NEW YOKE March 14 the McCalla inquiry today Michael first sergeant of marines told about the vari ous punishments in the vessel Under crossexamination he said most of the trouble aboard the Enterprise occasioned by a tough gang of which Walker was one of the Sergeant Mon roe relating the Walker incident said the man used bad language would not stop and the captain struck Several other marines aad seamen testified to the same wmeuxs The Bhartan Mill at the BAN March 14 fight between Billy Murphy and Tommy War ren at the Occidental club for a purse of II 800 and the featherweight was one of the shortest on record ia this In the first round after a sharp ex change Murphy reached Warrens neck with a right hander and sent him In the second round Murphy again reached neck and aeat him against the ropes but he nlled In the third round Warren took the aggressive and gave Murphy some stag gering blows in the jaw and on the body which distressed In the fourth round Murphy started in with a vicious rush and after some sharp interchanges the men The ref eree tried to separate them but they fell Warren underneath aad Murphys knee praising his When Murphy rose Warren on the floor evidently in gnat Lnud cries of foul wen Warren at last got on feet and the men resumed Murphy Warren in the jaw and knocked him dowa and just as he wat ritiag the police broke into the ring and stopped the fight Great confusion again Warrens yelling alone were able and willing to try to ed ucate the colored rscs the people of the north would not complain but if the south lacked either the desire or ability it was right and proper that the north should come to its aid George said if the senators on both sides of the chamber were to bring to the solution of the question it a solu tion is possible the charity and kindness and good feeling exhibited by the sens tor from Colorado a good deal of trouble would be The bill then went over without Call gave a written notice tnat he duty would on Monday move to modify cer tain rules as to executive the object of the motion being to allow the consideration of Bwayne and Stripling as judge and district at torney for the northern district of Flori da to be considered in open executive Cullom presented resolutions rela tive to the death of Representative of declaring that the senate shared with the house in its ex pression of sorrow and directing that copies of the resolutions be forwarded to the family of the He then pronounced eulogium on the desd mem He referred to many similar occa sions on which the senate be atked to express its sympathy at the present ses mentioning the death of the brilliant and the great advocate for the protection of American industry and He also named Nut ting of New Laird of and Gay of After appro priate remarks by Hale and Jones of the senate SB a further mark of respect adjourned till TUB Henderson of Iowa presented for reference the resolution of the genera1 assembly of Iowa favoring such legisla tion in regard to car coupling aa will protect the life and limbs of railway em ployes Perkins of Kansas stated that an erroneous idea had gone out that accord ing to the provisions of the Oklahoma bill passed yesterday the Cherokee out let had been declared open to settlement under homestead A statement should hsve been made that the public land not the Cherokee had been opened for The Cherp kee he was embraced within the limits of the new hut was not open to settlement under the home stead The house then went into committee of the whole on the private The bill authorizing the president to retire General Fremont with the rank of majorgeneral was taken up Eilgore offered an amendment for the retirement of General Fremont with the rank of brigadier After a brief discus sion in which Vanderer and Banks euloeized the services of General Kilgoes amendment was re jected and the bill laid aside with favor able The bill was sub sequently reported to the house but no final action was taken and the house took a The evening session will be for the consideration of private pension The usual Friday evening routine in the house was delivered tonight by a Secntary Windosa to day executed the lease with the North American Commer cial of New York aad Baa for taking for oa the islands of Bt Paul aad St George for a period of twenty years frotm the first of May next STILL UNDER In reponas to the senate resolution can ing upon the secretary of the interior for a nport as to the cause of the with hold ing of for withia the of tae Union Pacific gnat which are free from all claims and wen aot reserved at the date for definite location of the com psnys Secretary Noble says he is still considering the question aa to whether they an free from all claims ted not reserved at the date of definite location of the road aad other of the law aad the fact in con connection with the grant the secretary says an of mon than ordinary importance aad he aot yet been able to complete the THE WORLDS chairman of the house fur hopeful that the committee wfll consideration nf the bill this so that he may nport it to the hauteto He will make en effort to se cure a special order for the consideration of the bill in the house at an early date THE LARD RILL FAVORABLY REPORTED The snbcomnittee of the house com mittee on to which was re ferred the Conger Bntterworth bills for the regulation of the manufacture of substitutes for favonbly reported the Conger b 11 to the full committee to FAVORS FREE SUGAR The republican member of the Illinois held a conference to there being bnt two to consider the tariff question to far aa it to the duty on The con ference wat earnest aad and motion of the following waa unanimously adopted As the judgment of the re publican members of the Illinois delega tion in that in any bill to be reported by the committee on ways and present lugar admitted free of TffiCibW KEHURIIU DQB9EIE1TD THE flO9 means reducing tha prc below 16 should be ADDITIONAL APPROFBIATIOH Secretary Windom today transmitted to the senate a letter from Secretary asking for an additional appro priation nf to meet the expenses of the International Marine conference Tae original appropriation was BOOMBBE ef tke reeeaae the ORlaacau Bill Caaaei KANSAS March 14 The message from Arkansas says the reception of the news of the passage through the house of representatives of the bill extending the territorial govern ment over the Cherokee together with the Oklahoma territorial was received there bv Cherokee boomers with gnat When the news became general this morning a rush for the strip was made by a thousand or more f ami lies congregated between there and the Indian Territory Intense excitement prevails then among the boomers and they are determined to stake their claims regardless of whatever opnoaition may be made by the It is reported that a company of United States soldiers from Oklahoma City are already in the atrip awaiting tile advance of the boom and that a special train is bearing reinforcements from Fort OX TO THE gTBtPl ARKANSAS March to the Strip That was the signal for the invasion of the Cherokee outlet by the anxious boomers who had been gathered on the border of the strip for the past fortyeight It echoed around the outlet from midnight until dawn this morning and when the sun rose over the promised land the invasion was fairly All day long a line of canvass covered prairie schooners drew into the coveted land and tonight it is estimated from different points of entrance fully twenty thousand peonle have passed the and half that number have staked The strip ia For a month in fact ever since President Harrison issued the proclamation oadering the cattle men to vacate the boomers have been gathering on the They were all sorts of people and came in all sorts of Borne who could sot afford the luxury even of a tramped to the border besides their horses laden with household goods and chil At all principal points of assem bly the boomer of vari ous kinds had been It had been the general belief among the leaden that President Harrison would not insist u their removal when once establish JUIttTELUL Xiatoter Tirard Tea4m the Beaigaation the Satire Cab tat sued Proceeds w March advene action of the senate yesterday oa Prime Min ister Tirards demand for the adoption of the order of the day when the matter of a commercial treaty with Turkey waa brought up has caused the downfall of the entire The refusal to adopt the motion was tantamount to a re fusal to vote confidence in the govern it Tirsrd then tendered his resigna tion to President but the latter persuaded him to remain in office until after A cabinet meeting was held today to discuss the at wUeh Tirard reconsidered his determi agtion to and after the meeting was over he went to the palace of Sly and tendered the resignation of all the members of the minister of war in Ti rards will probably form a new and it ia rumored that Con who recently resigned as minister of the aad Ripot will hold port folios in the new It is also understood the ministers of ag riculture and public instruction will re main in the THE raUCH BOJtBABD March 14 French gut boat Bnerade bombarded the Capital of Dahomey and The Dlhpmians an panicstricken by the at GLADBTOXIAH CANDIDATE ELKCT1D March election at atokeUponTnnt today resulted in the return of the Qladstoaian candi IN March 14 the house of lords today Lord Salisbury gave notice of a motion approving the nport of the Parnell commission and thanking the judges for their just and impartial con In the commons Secretary Ferguson refuted to reply to questions regarding the Behring sea negotiations until he should be able to give information with out detriment to the A motion by Trevelyan that parlia ment shall adjourn in July and hold a winter session was TWENTY THOUSAND XIKEB8 8TBEM March thousand miners in the northeast part of England have gone on a strike for a reduction ia the hours of STABTCJHe KHANCIAL March 14 It is stated that Bismarck has asked the clerical to give support to start ling financial and military proposals which the government will soon lay be estimated at is now Mad jm the district adjacent to the staeei enter of ae city aad if the order is eafoned it wfll work a marval ooa change ia that The Chinese wffl test the coutitaUcmeBky of the Mareh wee pronounced oa the lynchm at Whitehall by Judge Newman Charies Ole Olson aad her son wen sentenced to impriaoB amt tot three days year in solitary confinement Then was a of gnat excitement in the court Olson fainted and then was groan ing and shedding of tears The sheriff started for Wanpuu with the prisoners at two oclock this the CHICAGO March postofflce in spectors today arrested a man named John formerly employed aa nail transfer agent at the Hew York Central depot in New For months past the department has been receiving com plaints from wholesale jewelry houses about the loss of jewelry from the It waa found that Hogan was robbing the mails in the and hence his arrest He is said to have HarrlMBB March presidential party reached hen this after noon and wen taken to Fort Bumter and shown around the Tonight and her friends held a re The democrats and republicans vied with each other in paying their re The party will leave for Florida in the MIM March of the miners in the strike hen an Iron wood men and an and those remain ing have been threatened with violence if they They are under the pro tection of a strong force of special po A number of the strike leaden have been H1D8BTEI Of HEHBT nut IT nom sum Exetteawat Prevailing in That locality ThoEsni Dollars Sewait Offered for the Ferpe to Ism vicinity of Bowns the scene of tha das tardly slaughter of ex Supervisor Henry Hum and the fatal wounding of his ii stiU agitated over that terrible Farther particulars of the tragedy here are aa follows The unfortu nate victims lived alone a mile and a half from the station in a dense When a soainlaw entered the house that morning he found his fatherin law stretched upon tha kitchen hia throat having been cut and hia head baaten to a Oa a table in the sit ting where he had been lay completed letter bearing the date March Upon a bed lay the head frightfully the skull being broken and exposing the She is in a comatose con dition and is fatally injured It is believed that the crime was com mitted by at least three whose mo fore the THE STRIKX AT NEW March agent of the Guion line today received a cable Kail NEW March 14 and Stay who were committed to jail on da f wilt of bail each January 1889 oa the suit ef the Ham ilton and Dayton to recover have now secured a fleed of settlement from ninetyfive per cent of their credi tors on a basis of five cents oa the and by consent of all counsel Judge An drews today reduced their bail to Aeke March 14 Caari ton to day dismissed his suit began in Judge Collins court against the gas trust for the purpose of filing new in which he asks for broader He wants a receiver to wind up the affairs of the trust and an injunction restraining the trust from paying the proposed divi dend of a quarter of a million A crMiB Bmaasnt March 14 McConnell tonight signed a bill of exceptions in the Cronin The document will be taken to the mipreme court at when Lawyer Forrest will aoply for a for Burke and O tive as is shown by the broken combination of the which they had failed to In their search they overlooked a sachet containing in and apparently all they secured was a small sum from the vie Nurrre waa 76 hid wife several years yean old and younger Hehadlivid in the country since 1840 and was widely known and highly He had been a justice of the peace for twenty years and trans acted a great deal of business for his frequently having large sums of money in the The perpetra tors of the crime were apparently tha effort to break into the safe having been a clumsy A dispatch just re ceived from Theodore of offers a reward of for the apprehension of the A JOB FOB The total about Friday served supper at Wallace evening wat bad only a The aneow match rat hunt aad we A new business house ii Summen ie storeroom for the on his lot Rices store and the Special to Tne Dxs March It ie known yet what the amount of i will The senate thia A BIB ROCK March 14 sen sational suit for breach of promise has been commenced in the circuit A divorced woman named Ann Dunn aged brought suit against thkt would Assessor John aprominent citizen for account of the I The among the damages and affects all steamers sailing from It is thought the strike will extend all over the British if not the whole of FlndUfe Perpetrated ay Dctvlla ia Haatui March de tails of one of the most outrageous as saults known in the history of this city has just come to The victim ia a little twelveyearold girl who lives with her Charles in the north part nf She has been in the habit of walking on the and recently on one of these trips she was approached by a couple of roughlooking by threats and offers of money and accomplished their desires They compelled her under threats to keep quiet and also to return the next when several other parties also as saulted the little one The child has given the names of her assailants and warrant have been issued for their ar but they have not yet been appre Knots of men in the public places are freely discussing the and should they be arrested they may not go through the form of a MOOBB cided to get accurate iafonaatioa an what wai seeded befon it decided manentiy what would be tae state Senator Davideoa main advocate of two mills and het earnestly in favor of it After examined the state he to the conclusion that with the i assessment the state could get cellently with the aneaament reduoail two According to the taxea would in reality what had been raised previously and increase above that figure waa l Senator Qotch was opposed to the matter without definite iai on the part of tiie whole senattT cording to the estimate he had t amount of assessment would bstaes as two years and a cut of aattl would reduce Uie amount of inooaw j thai The estimated would be barely enough to duplicate 1 appropriations made by last assembly and leave about i other expenses and There could be no larger appr ao raw institutions be and those now running would be only temporary support Nearly i senators took part ia the diacussioa i expressed themselves clearly as to way they the Thai concurrent resolution weat to the i aad means followed by house and they will bei ported on by Thia is really intelligent method of for now the information given witt definite and The first inauguration echo waa i today by the presentation of tha bill c They amounted all Thia IB about four Usaaa amount the last inauguration bate course there will be no gnat rained as to the payment of it This morning the democrata they had the republicana in a boa j for a while it looked that to carelessness mainly oa the part oft when the Dent Ucaaaal waa up for reference after DanVs had been amended to refer the bill tot suppression of intemperaocd the amended mntionwss not put tot house and her Dint took occasion to call up that ae and Thia morning aaa of republicana are absent sad treat lUeaidlae the March from the central Siberian depot for sav the prison now holds 490 healthy and 275 sick but that in 1886 the number of exiles brought to prison was In 1887 the arrivals numbered in 1888 were ud in 18S9 up the September over Of these prisoners most were taken to the The that owing to the lack of room hundreds of six had to be placed ia the open air while the tern pentun was low aa six n and in consequence of ex posure the mortality was March 1 uf ffllsworth and of respectfully president and of the Bank of Dorrance which failed a short time have been arrested charged with having received deposits when they knew tbe bank was in an insolvent Back Kwlaa a action NEW March New York base ball clubs application for an injunction against Buck Ewing came up in the United States court this The decision was A March Bautrle companys woodenware factory burned early this 000 half that amount A March all Hew Albny aaaCai discussion of the bill granting a pension of 140 a month to Francis Doming of Michigan on the ground of This is one of the bins vetoed by President The was participated in by discussion of Cooper of Tarsney of Lawler of Eilgon of Texas and Lane of Finally this bill and one other wen reported from the committee of the whole to the but befon action was Breckinridge of Kentucky moved an ad j rornmeat Perkins protested but the hour cf having the house bank Passengers on the Haw Orleans and railroad arriving hare today nport novel aca Tao low aad Miatiatippi delta an flooded aattthe oalydry lead visible the ridge oa which the track aid a few BRBBOB torisa protruding above the These aftord shelter tat of aquimls and other email andcabiaa ia the lower amhmand several feet la the FOtTAL TKUOKAFH PL A Sew Piwpeea te March new prop osition in connection with the proposed postal telegraph wat made to the com mittee today by I of the New York stock ipoa ihed upon the Yesterday afternoon all was quiet among the Six Hours later a scene of excitement was witnessed equalling that which accom plished the opening of Oklahoma a year The news was received from Washing ton that the Oklahoma bill had passed the The news spread and by eleven oclock the male boomen wen making hurried pnparations to move at once over the The tun waa just rising when the first team started Tha invasion came with a No one es pected it not even the settlers them Tennants of the the Cher Finally the referee secured a hear1 who stated that he represented a ing and awarded the fight to I number of capitalists willing to bnfld The decision was the cause of outbreak and protests from Warren and his but the referee remained firm aad the crowd soon A atAHlACS Kails BlaaasU Mareh captain of the levee board the aoaditina of critical HeooaclAentheLiwitlaaa wifllnevitablygnjBadeTaaaatt tha Mil wan Gnat of BMB an at work March 14 evening Eli Btahlnecker called at thecffloe of Constable Prater aad told him that her husband was laboring under aa attack of acute Raaia aad had t her ead the children from house with a butcher knife caaatahle went to the house Ha shit way to the home Tae and maintain a postal telegraph sys tem under the Rnvenmeat supervision supervision ia accordance with the provisions of the postmaster generals or to operate on a uniform tweatT five rate The company proposed to use the patent mul tiplex telegraph bnfld aad maintain tae lines furnish power ead and to have the right to build over all postal They ask exemption from fed eral aad state In the cities when postofflces an crowded okee ther Live Stock association and taken March Oaapball of a members of the new execu tive committee ot the Mew Albany and Chicago road in aa inter view with the associated press reporter this morning in regard to the late revo lution in the management of that prop erty said the chancre was brought about by the heavy stockholders of the road who were dissatisfied with the course of the existing management He declared that the property would be run of the present management In harmony with both the Pennsylvania and the Louis ville and Nashville lines with the view of making it at profitable as He declared neither the Pennsylva nia nor the Louisville aad Nashville company had secured control of it The control he said remaining in possession of the DECLARED March A special says the strikes at the Aslaad and Norris mines wen declared off today and the three thousand strik en have returned to kinds of stock Montana and the north watt territory have not had so favorable a season for the past ten Heard You should visit the said a gushing young to a crusty old and listen to the murmuring of the hear enough of that every grunted the Where at queried the divorce replied the ewraalac of March the ferryman at has beea mysteriously absent from home since the night of February Elijah hia twin came to the city yes terday in search of the which are supposed to ba in the Mississippi During Wednesday night the ice gorge south of Montrose broke aad it wi3 presumed that if Moons body was in the river that it would be carried southward by the floating ice There is apoaaibility that the missing man was but there ia compara tively little evidence or reason for entertaining this He was saen in an intoxicated condition at three oclock on the morning of February oa the steps of Joseph Ochsners saloon ia NauvooWhile in the saloon he is known to have had an altercation with some man who made a threat of personal morning following Mooreja On the hat was found naif a mile from the and his skiff was moored near the ferry All circumstances bearing on this Hed eesae Osw Blew De Mansers Husband This gymnasium exercise is a gnat thing for I caa toll I spent aa hour and a half oa the thia afternoon and didnt agents The Indian police force too insigni ficant to oppose the The gov so far as it it had taken no precautions to arrest the possible movement of the aad it was not until early tail morning that the solitary appeared upon the Captain Bar ia command of a uaaU force of at Oklahoma aarched tato itrip late lait aigai to of the force had ao effect ia ntardiag the movement On entering March schedule committee of the American Ball association met here today aad made public the schedule for the coming recently prepared at The teaaoa open Aprfl 17 and closes October Several wen made to the giving tha viaitiag data the strip late last night to itoy the prolforty out of tae f tae syndicate wfll furnish I their It would make the government the cattle graaiag then looked upon the unusual scene with udaatam pede ensued which the in charge wen uaibje to either cheehor The cattle fled five or Hz befon the iavaden from the when they wen met by booawn Betwaaa ana they wen dritaa Ardviagoathe atrip the rtaked of esMsaerifl aad a pane of BMB to the at Quickly They broke the door end fait the body of who had Habbed himself to the heart wee aevaatytwo yean of with the pritOege of renewal unless the goveratseat would take Hats at the ead of that tiaw at the value appraiMd a contract with Advices from Ktowa says for fifteen yean I booaMn started frosa Just u the private The tyadicate tie allowed to do ontaide of the To maintain tae Uae uadcrtae Pattea system wosM eosteevaatyfive per eeat leas than tae present It proposes to tone wine to aewa edy to Bwve a big pnirie of neeipta wfll be divided rowing m feel a bit apparently indicate that Moore fell in the water while drunk and was carried away by the ence again on the vote for the amended With PaschalM Waldeu voting with the democrata notion was rejected by a of 40 l Then cams the application of Walden and Paschal course sincere in voting with tha They stated plainly which wen that tha erence of a bill to a was not of gnat import should be made a partisan matter that ia for a bill to have most favorable sideration it should be the its friends finally that the note OB reference of a bill should not be i the teat of position oa any After the democratic side tat publicans moved for committtaeat committee of the Lake very strongly on the subject i though the matter in that not be a partisan subject it had so and it was the right thing fa members to take the party porittoa sustain The prohibition clear majority on the floor of the and there was no use in having majority both in the house aad ia committee if the bills relating tot subject were to be disposed of IB I Members on the side talked with the two who had porarily gone and it took little talk to show them they must i by the party in the and they 4 so without any Neither i the two would think of deeernagf party when a partisan issue is at but they have some ideaa of their i to what questions an partisan and are Satisfaction waa plainly ent on the democratic side when tha salt of the first vote was A MBW CHUKCH my WMner I wish youd through the snow out the you want me to break Go and get some aaM Oa the island of Java you need not be a very distinguished personage to have 100 servants at your I kept sixty my salt aad quite few for it took four of them to mix my Whatl Four for oae gleet ofgrogt One made the water a awoad put in the a third added the aad the fourth draak for I donttake grog IVeeatMt saataedtet TTalvwrtty SIOTO wen closed yesterday by which the new Methodist to be known at the University of the is to be located on land owned by in the eastern part of the The with an endowment fund of has been worked up b local in conjunction with the I and R of the chrch university Funds sufficient to erect the buildings are at the command of the Peten alone having donated property valued at The institution will be one fer advanced learning and will be put in operation as soon as the for the building being well under Baa TJM Match 14 The Commercial Balletiawm gaanustioB of a taaauf ectunn which wfll National of eiatioa wffl restat the of the wool grow tomorrow the or cf wool the old William A which 1 Some fifty menu Jones who is not happy at I understand youve tost your old Smith she tumbled out of a tri was WO sell the mecbiner to ten the truth rmthinkiag about getting married agala ragig It thought tt bm MUr catOe people to drive bachtta AM laClBBWTBVa WljBltM dilve this BOt evea aad BIB aad taey BT awhiac Five m SBBB wUeh veer ago wat tae ac every daw of wooiea maaarsc TheBaBetiawm say iaal laduded npneeatativei evea from end if the b the likerythey by f X tsMaJiBi OOkooly Have the undertakers got aaortaa like the aad other trades One Ds Smith I believe What is the name of itt doat but the Planters Jour aal would be good KIOKOKS BtMKTS Beeelal to Tan Mareh closed a deal ia this dty last night which wffl result ia a great fortune to Kaokuk and surrounding A contract wat closed for the purchase of five acres of crouad near tha lower railroad yards on which will be erected suitable feed ing pens sad railroad switches and all the buildings and adjuncts to carry on the handling thousand hogs per very little when the second great deal of prohibition aad i bition argument may be c Wednesday and in temperance discussion will be Among the bflls recommendodf age in the senate this morning 1 one by Senator Parrott recooUBf j the establishment of a departsaaal This cej is under control of t of state and bv him the work ie j to a special The tirsly different from a proper line of work and there There ia a great l states now that have Insurance and it seems to be method of handling the the provisions of tha bill the c be made and the exp nected with it will ba little if than at prenent Tae ioiaraaoal is great deal more than self i Last year there were over tU in fees and the expense of was to exceed Tha i commissioner can just as carry on the business of hie i and the auditor thus ba rel side issue which does aot nectioa with Senator ia in earnest ia desiring the in so doing he haa the governors for toe past six who have examined the subject i idea is a good one aad should hetj out of A the company to be known sa Keokuk Union Stock Yards wfll shortly be of which Mr Horiae wfll be president aad The company wfll Dent tnr to show her bow ska Or a poor annya tan to aw it eost tisasa the sasa peld March 14 A that left hen for the seeaa of the waflaGathrJatwhkhayaaragowi objcettoB point of the today the itartiag of two EM hy the Apeehee they eoveriag or paidop capital stock of ead wffl be ia full blast by the the Brat of aext Hogs wfl be ahippad fato Keokuk aad thence ia donate dockers direct to eutera Taia wfll make Keokuk the Icadiaf stock market be tween Chicago aad Missouri rifat IOWA III BRIEF NEW MASOHIC ASS beea made for a site for temple to b eroded by at a cost of WASTSA NORMAL BCMOOL Dodge Business Meaa petitioned tae school board state a ot tea thi providbtga aew normal erected ThiswElplaoal Ocar Oft MrTick How long wffl it take yott Ut Bake ma a suit of TaQoc 11 right All right aad FB aattte the bin ia jut sixty YouTl have eta ready OB Haw BOW theyll be ready ia javttixtythne waU Ben ie wan food tor Be LAZE Mareh aoaur time then have beea that counterfeit moacy bans Made aad circulated in Sac A clew led to the diacovery at thia plan of a full kit of etcThar an said to have beta found ia the pnntBiioa of Charles Jones aad Heary MOhv who wen ar wail to the font among then As AOBB LAST i i ia the her bom IB1 bad beea a resident at KeobahJ thirty TUB ind Imjroro i kcauhfot reakdbyl taken to f tend I Feraando ibetoateatywiat I Aanliaa luat IbutTgnata lOareh UThes cei atatadMBtoa rat hunt eloaad at tt the lit weehof of they of thclBi   

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