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Burlington Hawk-Eye (Newspaper) - April 8, 1890, Burlington, Iowa THE BURLINGTON TUESDAY APRIL Pno li Gam BLOW 1 SEFOtTED SWEPT IT of Terrible Devastation Peoe Killel nnj bjnnd Wstw Bawl an4 All Cat Information was received at THX HAWKEYE office last night that the little city of bad been visited by a terrible cyclone and the en tire place The newi wu tel egraphed from the Cedar Bepids railroad office in Cedar Rapids to the operator of that road in this Who immediately telephoned it to THE The information was that Prophets town had been visited by a cyclone late that evening and the whole place swept from the face of the many people being killed and The report wai received at Cedar Rapids from an operator in the vicinity of the destroyed who merely telegraphed the off cial information that thirty freight cars had been blown from the track at Prophetstown and smashed to kindling He then added incidentally that the whole town had gone to He was eagerly plied with which brought out the further information as Later information from Cedar ssid that all the wires were down lead ing into Prophetstown and that the place was entirely cut off from the world with The wildest rumors were afloat as to the extent of the Inquiries were sent in all directions for informa tion without The wires at the Woitern Union were acting very badly and early in the evening it was known that although the skies were clear and but a faint breeze fanned this locality there was an unusual atmospheric dis turbance north or east of For about nine every connection in the office was No word could be sent or It must have been about this time that the Ftorm Illinois place of about eight hundred situated on the Clinton and Fulton branch of the Burling ton and Quincy and is about forty miles south west of If the reports as to the complete dis traction of the place are true there must JISYB been a terrible loss of It is worthy of note in this connection that this tornado occurred with the pe riod April 4th to 8th within which JVof the meteorologist of predicted threateniog weather ending in severe storms in places cy ilone It is also interesting to note that the great Louisville storm and those occur ring on that night in various portions of the country noittsided with Roots LATBB It has been ascertained that a fast freight train was leaving Prophetstown when the storm struck and the whole train was completely torn to kindling By this morning the storm had reached Burlington in the shape of lightning and thunder accompan ied by heavy As we go to press tho storm is they returned they found the child hanging in the of a The maid had left her a few minutes be ead it is supposed that the child got her head through the gushes and in her efforts to withdraw over turned the BUJtOBS that tr April Information is re neivod here that has bean blown from the face of the Reports are meager and cannot be but it is thought there must be something in as from various portions of Iowa and Illinois in dictte that a severe wind storm has passed through of those ANOTJUKB a ereat Time Special to in On April a delightful today dawned with a slight cloudiness which gradually gave way about eight oclock to some bright and then about tea oclock a change came as though rain was to be looked but this wu not to come in any considerable At noon there wse a slight sprinkling that wu hurried down by brisk breeze tint cooled the atmosphere and blew the dust about la a disagreeable But withal the day began most auspiciously for the first day of thegrest state encampment of the of Early trains brought to Des Moines hundreds of veterans and their Every train bore some and many of them were filled with excur sionist and old who came early so as to get accommodations and have a breathing spell before starting out to see the From all over the state the old soldiers are coming and they will receive a hearty welcome from their comrades in Dee Moines and from all the people in the capital All over the city are to be found decorations of every likenesses of many of the dead heroes of the late war and of the and the streets cer tainly present a fine appearance and bus iness firms have decorated most artisti cally the interior u well u exterior of their Hotels are trimmed up u never before and the thousands of view with pleasure these evidences of fond recollection of the heroism of the soldier whose fond memories are to be so suitably remembered by the Grand Army of the The city hall is decorated from roof to basement with and the court house is almost covered with the white and blue and with fine stars containing pic tures of Wash ington and many other great The Grand Army headquarters at the west room of the SsverV block was a busy place all Hundreds of soldiers from Dakota and indeed from almost every state in the union reported there during the and three men were kept busy enrolling them on the register and as signing those who had not already been provided for to rooms at the hotels or at privat The different headquarters of the Crocker and Kinsman Posts with their relief corps were busy places At the Grand Army Posts formed into two grand companies Crocker headed by Phinneys Third Regiment marched across the river to the Northwestern and Kinsman with a fine drum left their hall and came down to the st ation and both companies formed in line on the It was t ported that Gen eral Alger and staff and other men of prominence would arrive on the 1 oclock train and thousands of people were there to meet the distinguished The train arrived and the played lustily and the people and soldiers cheered and but it was all for The general was not on the train nor did the conductor know anything about Him or his Something was as the reception committee had received a tele gram this morning that the generals special car would be attached to this but it was nor was there any information obtainable as to where he was or the car either and much disap pointed the two companies of old fid diers marched back to their The committee report that the general will probably arrive later in the day or to The Third Regiment band and the two Grand Army poets went to the Q depot at and welcomed the Me farland post No20 and a large number of people from Pleasant Depart ment commander Smith WM among the number aud he was roundly The procession moved up to the Bavery aud then the Pleasant company re paired to the Aborn Twentieth Iowa Infantry and Army of the headquarters at pension of poatofflce Comrades also invited to 410 Sixth A BILL BTBDDCED H THE HOUSE OF KPKSEITATiYB ByaafsU of Iti ProvteioagThe Sea ate PcBtioa BUIThe Work of the the Moa tana OeBtested April service pension bill introduced today in the use by Bootedman provides substan tially A service pension of one cent per month for each day of ser vice to every man who served in the union army during the late without regard to It those soldiers who now receive disability pensions may if they relinquish their disabili ty pension and accept service Widows of these service pensions to be placed on the at S3 per month dur ing their widowhood but have a right to prosecute and obtain pension under the present law by showing the husband died from disability contracted in service and while in line of The bill also grants pensions of 13 per month to miner children under sixteen years of age of soldiers who die while drawing and if aay children are so helpless as to require the help of another person this pension is to continue during this help If the widow dies or remarries before the children attain the age of six teen her pension is to be paid to them until they attain that against the bffl the question wu put to a The vote sued not being the necessary two thirds vote in the The bill wcs passed under suspension of the rules to establish two additional land districts in from the committee on reported the 3ttdidil Tke Mrataaa Flower moved to suspend the rules and pass the bill increasing from to per annum the salary of supervising surgeon general of the marine hospital A long debate but the motion The house then went into committee of the whoie on the naval appropriation bill and without action he committee rose and the house IOWA Hot April It hu just been learned tnat Harpers Henry has been almost com pletely destroyed by a The village is composed of less than two doBen houses and is a considerable dis tance from any AH the houses are blown down aud the inhabitants are buried beneath the Two persons are killed and seven or eight badly In WAKT AN OPKBA PooBJo ngulBB to ABBBMBBOat Special to TBB April number of young business men of this city held a meeting Saturday evening far the pur pose of discussing the erection of a new opera house in No definite action was taken in the matter but it is thought that a neat opera house will be erected in time for fair week in Sep Carthage had a fairly good opera house Spitlers opera But through the fanatacism of some church people Spitler wu persuaded to close the hall It is hoped that the enterprising city of Carthage will not long be without a suitable place uf Xko CUoBBv Health DoBBrtsBOBt tke XlUaoto SB April A fire in Morses livery stable this morning suffocated thirteen destroyed fifteen buggies and damaged the building to the amount of The loss on horses and bug BUSSED AT waST i Warn April Bofera Weicflags mill and two barns1 burned Saturday The loss on the mill was insured for The lose on the other buildings vaseecall and covered by XBON M3LM April The Morth April the senate the house amendment to the joint reso lution for the removal of the naval mag azine from Ellis New was concurred Evarts presented the resolutions of the New York chamber of protesting against the pending bill for the census enumeration of Chinese u ab barbarous unchristian and coward A memorial on the same subject from the American Missionary associa tion was Platt presented a memorial for the admission of New Mexico at a but without committing himself he said to the views set forth in Among the bills reported from the committees and placed on the calendar were the following House bill to amend homesteads in regard to the manner of application of fees senate bill for it public building at Kansas Hoar moved to proceed with the Montana contested election Hale uked him to give preference to the Chinese enumeration bill which it wu important to have disposed of BB soon u Hoar intimated the Chinese ecu BUS bill could not be disposed of immedi ately Evarts deeired to speak upon Hale gave notice he would move to take up tne Chinese enumera tion bill u soon u the Montana election case was disposed The house bill to allow the erection of a bridge across the Iowa river at Wapel wu reported and passed with an amendment in the way of a substi The Montana election cue was then taken up and Vance made an argument in support of the minority report declar ing Clark and McGianis the democratic claimants entitled to He Vance had never heard the title to a seat in the senate based on such slender technical trifling He had never known the public will of a community to be thafted and trampled under feet on such flimsy He knew the republi can claimants were to be but the republican senators would be sicker over the thing before they were done with it than he Vance said be wu thank ful that in all future denunciations of the south for the suppression of the colored the southern senators would have company in the All they would have to do would be it quire of the republican orators who state precinct thirtyfour of Silver Bow county Edmunds inquired whether the one hundred and eeventyfour persons who had voted at precinct thirtyfour were legal Vance asserted that they Spooner also a member of the committee on privileges and elections made an argument in favor of the ma jority report that Beranders and Power the republican claimants were entitled upon the merits of the cue to seats in the In the course of his speech Spooner alluded to the charge made by Gray against the president for undue baste in issuing the proclamation for the admission of Montana and he defended the president in that He Spooner knew of no man who ever sat in the presidential chair who wu less likely than the president to be swerved one hairs breath fiom the line of what he deemed constitutional either to please a friend or punish a After an executive session the senate Ckaagee Hate Iowa Hurtle April postofflce changes in during the week ending April Winnebsgo Henry Black Hawk county Monroe Postmuters Appointed Buchanan Cedar Ore well Grant Sac Birt Lucky Val Woodbury Woodruff Sulphur Bueaa Vitta Katie Plonolp Swedes Henry Charles Stephen OBNKHAIi WASHINGTON the April White House grounds presented a decidedly picturesque appearance the oc casion being the annual gathering there of the children of the District for the purpose of egg The entire grounds back cf the mansion wu turned over to them and several thousand spent a portion of the dsy THE RECOISAOB The house committee on weights and measures today authorized a favorable report on the bill for re coinage of subsidiary coins of the United It authorizes the secretary of the treasury to cause subsidiary silver coiss unfit for circulation or for denomi nations for which there is no current de to be recoined into such denomi nations as may be required to meet the It provides that the loss incident to recoinage be paid from the silver profit THE BTBBLBWILD Schofleld said today that no in formation will be given the press in re gard to the SteeleWild courtmartial case until it hu been finally disposed which will pot be for several days yet The impression prevails in certain quar ters that Lieutenant Steele hu been found guilty of assault and sentenced to a short suspension from rank and THE KIAGABA CANAL The house committee on railways and canals has ordered a favorable report on Rt present stive Paynes bill providing for the construction by the United States of a ship canal around Niagara The cans ia to cost WASHrNOTOK The president has approved the act to enable tfie secretary of the treasury to gather full and authentic information in iptard to the Alaska seal Senator Pettigrew today introduced a bill authorizing the president to enlarge the Missouri river commission by the ap pointment of three additional one from Montana and one each from North and South The house committee on appropria tions today completed the legislative ex ecutive and judicial appropriation It carries aggregate appropriation of CARPENW Mil THEB Ml They Deataajiaa EightHear Day and Forty Cents aaiHewBaiMhmgOp SasiMfct Apffl carpenters strike took place this mormiof Kcordjag to the It U estimated that be tween five and six thousand men are out Carpenter work on nearly all of the large jobs hu brought to a standstill The strike is for eight hours u a days work with wages at 40 per No trouble hu been reported from any quarter fat Many of the masons and bricklayers who have been at work on buildings have been compelled to lay off because of the carpenter work on various structures being at a Altogether the par alysisof buflding operations in Chicago today at THB KR1KE SHOWS that Bevwtw Tkea April Tonight it is es timated that about men are out In some places the weat out with the out of and it is reported the entire body of bricklayers will be called out un less the trouble is settled within a In any all the other building trades will have to stop work soon un less the carpenter strike is In that event fifty thousand men will be Some contractors wishing to com plete the work on hand today offered to accept the mens but the brother hood is after the Builders association and refuses to let any one return to work until that body hu recocmized the President of the Builders Ex it will be at leut a week before the strike is A number of bosses said today that they would be willing to pay forty cents an hour after the present were but that these were figured at thirty cents and they could not afford the advance on aot increase the pay but lowers the scale of private ineosaea neceaaary toucan Hereafter aspirants for and pi us in the foot artfflery a private income Bonth cf ao aura than forty five Iy those who seek is field artillery MventyflTe and ia cavalry one hundred and fifty marks April ap peal of a western packing firm Judge Hughes hu rendered a decision declar ing the meat inspection law pawed by the legislature contrary to the federal The dedtioa takes the ground that inspection is aot meant u a sanitary oeaiure but as a state reve Bey Wbe a Presbyterian More than a hundred aad fifty yean a little boy wu hernia a palace in though he was afterwards known u Frederick the GreeUus child hood ead youth were made very unhappy by the cruelty of his Sometimes while eating his dinner the unnatural father would hurl at bis sons aad often he would kick him to the and then drag him round the room by the while the boy prince wu practising on a the old king snatched the instrument from him aad napped it in two across the as tonished childs His life i so miserable that he once attempted to run but before he had gone far he wu captured and cut into prison more cruel than from a window in his cell he wu compelled to watch the execution of the dear young friend who had assisted him to mske his i At the age of the old king having Frederick himself be came King of Heretofore his time had been spent in studying the lang uage and literature of France but now books were laid aside for the and he busied himself in building up his own He wu a very industrious not caring for floe gar me ts and it U said that he wu actually buried in valets u he did not possess a presentable one of his He wu a great admirer of to show his sent him a Prus sian sword of honor with the the oldest general to the great famous king whose life wu once saved by a little boy he had be During the Seven Years War the Prussian troops were one winter stationed in Dresden and it wu while pacing back and forth on the ter rance along the river that the king met a wretchedlooking little The child wu very ragged and carried a box almost u big u wouldnt you like to see my tat ptatiag eopta of Osmnrt the of labor italisliSBV remainder of Ins isasl referred to or WE Des Mciaee Solidly IB Wicked WaysReports Frem Kansas aad DM April are that hu been elected by over six handled and that the council will be nearly unanimously re H newly every republican OB ticket Both this morning MeM It 1 in a teVthe courteeieB at floor to members of the R end TWe afternoon took ballot Tweatylhree sections were pueed upon farther work wu interrupted by thespaeJatw Uie state tax levy bin ibetdy pMMdby the senate it provided aftf state tu levy for two WM amended so u to be one year ud 2 mflli law Dahaqae April tke city elec tioB today the democratic ticket heeded by Mayor Stewart wu elected without the having endowed it The new council seven democntic end three re submit to a icele of rammer wages pro in that box inquired the Yes and they perform very ought to see them Shall I to sign wu one reducing the price paid eeeriv for mining coal from cents per ton I The toe s OAT HTTHB Union Veteran Aoillt HOBorlBB NEW April Confederate Decoration day attracted thousands of visitors to the cemeteries The Ladies Confederal Monumental as the confederate veteran organ Sons of Veterans and the citi zen soldiery in uniform The Grand Army of the Republic did not take part in a as no invitation was owing to the division exiating in that but union veterans participated individually and tent offer The Amy of the and Army of Northern Virginia monuments were beautifully Outside of the other decora tions at the Army of Northern Virginia where the body of Jefferson Davis is the confederate veterans placed a magnificent presidents chair of yellow immortelles inscribed To Oar western Malleable Iron companys plant was damaged by fire to the extent of early this morning fully A BAKU fjBsonitn April huge barn OB farm of Jacob near Elvu tmrawd this Lou April In consequence of SheinusUafioB of the saachiBeryattae city water works there almost a water Oemine The electric light aadijower station was cube last aickt and tonight the city April state lira stock board and the city health depart ment have locked hone on the question of the disposition of lumpy jawed cattle found at the stock City Meat Inspector Lamb recently dis covered at the yards that lumpy Jawed cattle were being smuggled in by ones and twoes in healthy herds and by care ful watching succeeded in detecting and quarantining about twenty head of dis eased The state board asked that these cattle be turned over to cer tain butchers to be slaughtered and turn ed into The city authorities refused to do so unless the filaughtfiriBg was done under the eye of one of their The health board resented this imputation and the result is that the gatetothepen in which the cattle are confined is double locked and once by the city and once by the What tie outooeee wfll be is THB The BOBBto BUI April of moved to suspend the rules and pass with the substitute the senate bill granting pensions to and sailors who are incapacitated from per formance of labor and providing for pensions to widows and minor children and dependent of demanded a aad the motion was seconded 128 to Morrill briefly explained that the substitute provided a service pension of April the Ben nings course today the weather was fairly good and the track First furlongs Patroclea Vivid Aquasco third Second mile Back Pflrmm Fannie third Third mile Best Boy Cerise Buston third Fourth threeyearolds and six furlongs Mint Louise Shotoyer third Fifth one aad one to 95 A clause was also inserted to the effect that ma miners should quit work for any reason except and should not engage in a strike during the The Craig company miners one and all refused to sign the and if it is insisted on they are prepared to A similar contract will be re quired by all the mine owners in this vicinity from their and a general strike seems inevitable The companies claim that they can not pay winter prices during the summer without losing Their agents say their minea will be shut down during the summer unless the men come to CBCBADBB8 AX BovorBl Draff XajBfeerof Mane April second raid was made yesterday on the drug and joints of Eingman by the Womens Christian Temperance backed by a body of evangelists and Salvation army wife of the state senator Kinzie and Miss Hattie the latter carrying s ban ner of the Band of seemed to be the leaders of the They visited several drug stores and poured cut sus picious looking They then visit ed several where they got a case or two of beer and two or three kegs of which they promptly emptied into the Resistance in the way of closed doors was offered in some in but the crusaders were not to be and forced the break ing the locks with and in one in stance using a crowbar to epena Men looked on afraid to The rougher element rather enjoyed the and took advantage of tne oppor tunity to get free No arrests of the alleged violators of the prohibitory law were but it is probable that the injured will take steps to punish the leaden in the THJI IATXBB OAT Special to Tin April general annual conference of the reorganized church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day as sembled here Saints com Tke April election today wu for assessor aad The carried four aad re The democratic candi date for assessor wu also AS Special to THB April city election passed off quietly The candi dates for auditor and assessor on the democratic ticket had been endorsed by the republicans and they received the unanimous vote of the peo The third and fifth wards elected democratic The fourth ward which hu heretofore been 400 republican elected their candidate by 16 The second which went republican lut year by 9 went democratic this year by 339 The csuse of everything going so strong democratic ia the fact taat the republicans there op pose prohibition aud will make a fight for a ticket u long u the law stands on the statute Thesenste this morning passed lutions providing for a session Thunder evening for the consideration of worlds fair A joint resolution was introduced asking contrast to lawa for protection of miners in the also eskiag that the present bill tot refunding of the Union PaciD be act i Pacific indebtod When the senate adjourned the biU f or the the abolition of ttamps was eighth over five Bassanio local paper ifc evening that Governor Fiferwill evening aaon caP aessioa of the legisla ture to deal with the worlds fair Tke ptiacipal work beint to provide for the euthoriiatioe at the of feirboBdetotkenaaomUaf by Cook eouaty or the city of H a month reached Be thought the to soldiers the age of or who are who have sixtytwo principle which had bean applied to of the war of and war with Mexico should be applied to the veterans of the war of IB answer toe hestatod it wu utisaated that the senate bffl would require as annual expenditure of aad the house substitute of said he would vote against awtion to suspead the rulu end pus the for the reason that no proper coBBideratirei could be Jim Murphy second Dochart fell at the third hurdle and did not finish Iarmere Special to THS April fanners alliance has been formed at near with the following officers president vice secretary The organiza tion resembles the old Range materially and its object is mutual protection and benefit ire yesterday imodiouschai iathelinuted time was no op Ac to the allowed for portaaityto offer earing to ah not a single Grand Army past had petitioned for pBSeecT c tab aoldien of monthly ir Court dOremes reatrvatiaB Sptimcer charged the repub licans witt evasioa of retptmelbfflty with dodging of the aad betrayal of aoMietBto If this bfll wu morning in the A congrega tion of nearly a thousand wu present at the The day wu spent in preaching and prayer President Joseph ton of the founder of Mormonism preached lathe Elders Htanke aad presided over the sacra ment aad prayer services in the after noon aad Elder TJpgren preached at exereiaupf today began at nine oclock morning with prayer service in which gift of unknown tonguu BUBifMtdl nil mtmitm at tho ABO Of Bpeetal to Tax an early is deed at the good old age of April William Gaua who run the first locomotive OB tke wu twice many strong testimoaiu bdrae to the truth of the lat ter day The busiaeu of the con ference opened at Thetomporary organization wu displaced by the per manent one having Jceoph Smith u president aad The committee on reported twentytana districts properly repre afternoon ssssum mostly occupied by church over two thmuai church ia the lut The king shook his but gently laid his hand on the boys and uked why he wu so anxious to earn a few I wished to earn enough money to buy a wu the childs Are you so very anxious to become a musician inquired the Such a beseeching look came into the little up turned face that the kings heart wu deeply Perhaps he remem bered his own broken for he my if you are industrious sod will prove that you really wish to you shall have a flute and a teacher Little Antonia seized the royal hand in his own brown and kissed it over and over and then an ap pointment wu made for him to come to the palace the next day to arrange for his The boy was taken in charge by the Court and studied so well that he wu soon able to play before the The little fellow became strongly at tached to and longed for ft chance to give proof of his Strangely the desired opportun ity came sooner than it wu One evening little Antonia noticed a great deal of whispering among the serv ants of the Afraid that some thing wu he rose long before it wu light next and hid himself in a dark corner in the At through a he saw one of the cooks go by with a folded paper in his Straining his eyes to see what it he caught a glimpse of a fine white powder just u it wu sifted into a pot of choco ready to ba carried to the Rushing from his dark the lit tle fellow ran as fut u he could to the kings forgetting cried out sir forgive me for coming in so but mind what I and do not drink your choc olate I saw the cook put poison in Then he calmed himself and told his story to the utonished Just u he finished the servant entered with the kings breakfast At almost the same moment came one of his gener to hold a council with The king greeted him u if no plot against life had been planned Presently the servant poured a cup of chocolate and offered it to the Frederic eyed him so keenly that the man turned pale and began to What yon uked muter in a quiet Are yon ill your but if yon drink a cup of this warm it do you said the king Throwing himself at the kings the man cried out in Have mercy on O noble king Wretch cup is and yon know it exclaimed in The man said that the powder would not destroy that it wu only intended to induce For the king cave chocolate to a in a Tew minutes pointed it out to the servant The devoted boy had saved the life of the the man who had been kind to him ia April were held throughout the state In many the issuu were of a purely local Among the larger places while Grand Wut Bay City and Muskegon have gone almost solidly In villages and townships the parties are about equally divided with slight democratic majorities in pre At April vote in the muocipal election today for judge of the superior clerk of the police director of fte city infirmary ma gistrates and members of the wu very The republicans at midnight Mem to have a majority of one on the board of two on the board of both of which were heretofore overwhelming republi The democrates elected all other Officers except the clerk of the police The discussion of the antitramp bill wu finished and the bill passed this after It provides severe penalties for all aad The license bill wu taken up u a spe cial for it were Schmidt aad and against Perce aad The bill la substantial ly u it wu defeated in the house lut lut THB i MUUOI Das April Satur days sessions of the Des Moinee confer ence of the Xvangelical church the fol lowing resolutions relating to Suaday were adopted That we rejoice in tho organized now employed in secur ing a batter observance of day and sincerely pledge our cooperation in all movements calculated to secure aad that from our and ia our by teaching word and en forcing the directions of our will endeavor so secure among nnr peo ple a greater reverence for Gods holy On the question of prohibition thecon fereace passed the following That we favor ao back ward step on the line of prohibition that we hope ead pray that our preaaat legis lature will pus no derogatory to such aad we hereby pledge onrselvee to teach by precept aad ex ample the principles of total abstinence u taught in the word of God aad our book of church IB a KANSAS April were held throughout Kansu today in cities of the fourth Re ports from several cities indicate the women cast about twofifths of the They allied themselves gently with one or the other of the parties in the contest but had no candidates of their ClevelMd suit O April tne mun icipal election today the elected the municipal comprising committee men of various boarcs and justice of the The republicans elected twentytwo of forty The board of education a tie the still in ihe hands of the republicands except in two OSMOVOTT M party of duck hunters left here Thursday upper river at Harpers forty milu above They took a skiff and rowed to an island iu the center of the The island is about four loaf and one thousand feet The were creeping through the underbrush when they were suddenly startled to see lying on hillock tho bleached aad grin ning skeleton of a The skull wu crushed and beneath the body lay an open and bloodrusted There wu nothing else found save a silver match On the feet of skeleton were a pair of laced shoes and the ribs were partially covered by the rotten of a fine black cloth There ao clue whatever to Identify the ghastly The crushed skull aud open knife would indicate The island of the wildest on the upper river and never visited save by parties of It is quite high and The part on which the skeleton wu found is rarely ever covered by The body wu turned over to who have notified the coroner and will see that the remains have a decent April one of the most hotly contested campaigns ever known here the womens ticket wu elected u follows Mrs Kelley police Thomu Greer coun Mrs Nat Ross and r the secretary aad which shows to the April de here fafl to confirm the p eased no opportunity would be give coateaaaBlor the peasege of a TheKddienaad ia wu robably the ia thai city to other important report that SBeott had been captured in It ia how that a woasaa name has AS the town chip election today the democrats were They also swept everything at Ft At KvansviUe they elected a majority of councilman and city and probably the entire township At April city election wu quiet not more than sixty per cent of the vote being The democrats elected the entire ticket and make substantial gains in the ILLINOIS fleet IB All IBM DUtrtctHto amtaat Special to TBB ROCK dem ocratic blatherskite down in Detroit free county hu written a screed to a Chicago ia which it iatimated that Judge Best hu angered the old soldiers by neg lecting to recommead many of them who were applicants for Any sane man knows that a no matter of what political faith he may hampered in the judicious end hoaor able to office by howls of a few chronic So fat u can be Judge Gast hu given the but of appoiatmtat of young Charlie De Han to the at Carthage wu all right aad half the Is the town petJtifaed Judge Outtosw iBSeneato Txentog April Invita tion issued by the secretary of the Chero kee Horsemens newly in corporated to delegates to be pres ent at the associations headquarters in this city lut Tuesday evening for the purpose of forming a trotting circuit and arranging for races this wu re sponded to by an enthnsi utic horseman of Sioux Falls Francis Cottrelland of They were entertained bv Sand Hnxford and directors of the association and it wu decided to form a circuit em bracing Sioux Falls and to be known u the Inter state Trotting circuit thus an aggregate of in It WM decided to have three days at each town in the months of June and Sioux Storm Lake and Fort Dodge will be invited to join the circuit aad will probably do so be fore the r at Tlatoeu apMiai to IBB April gospel being held iathe church are awakening great Joan of eaase here some two weeksago toaasfat the but after a few weekei eafvicev aad very aBOBBBBful had to leave on aeatmat of t baiag followed by evangelist who continues the work with incTeasiagiaterest Many have professed faith in and interest still iaereu meetings will continue through the Thirty coavenions point He ia so of the beat in the around yet he in quired u they met ia the corridor of the been mixad up with passed through Denver oa her way wut about a 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