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   Burlington Hawk-Eye (Newspaper) - April 18, 1890, Burlington, Iowa                                10 to The AU Want Ad V wfll be lutM tn the the PMC la 8untaj T W T It IE THE BURLINGTON w to rat secure deafeaolo inildaweU to oonanlt andadw USTABUSHBD FRIDAY APRIL II OF FOE THEB IEPMEIEII The Hennppln Canal Gets and Mignonri Biro Improwmentd Bfoeive Liberal April house committee on rivers and to day completed tho river and harbor ap propriation Tbe total appropria tion is a little over Among of importance in the bill are the following Green Bay 110 000 000 Harbor of 000 Buporior and Louis Ash Ri Chippewa river at Yellow Fox liver below BjdO 000 Illinois Illinois KuhBahkta for tha ccinsiruction cf the Illinois and Miss issippi to ctmaect the Illinnb river at a point near Hennepin with tha Kissiesippi river at the mouth of Rock together wiih a branch cancl or feeder said It jck rivor to the main Jinn of said TO be constructed on the route located by the secretary of and to bu eighty feet wide at the WHtorline atd seven feet locks Be hmdrtd end tevenly feet in and thirty feet in and to have a capacity for vessels of at least two hundred and eighty tons for continuing operations upon the reservoirs tit tbu brad waters of the Mishitsippi 140 000 tbe Mississippi river above Aulhony8 the Mississippi river from Minneapolis to thn Dos Moiuos the Mis sissippi river Bt ihe Des Moines rapids the Mississippi river from the Dea MoinE to the mouth of the Illinois river it25 000 tn be expended the house enatingent reportadto the full committee their faQore to agree on the silver Thereupon of aid that they had failed to reach an agreement the house committee should revert to the modified Windom bm reported by tha coinage This was put as a motion which prevailed by a vote of 10 to 6 oThe next step will be to report to the house republican probably about Monday PKTZTIOSS FROK THB Senator Ocllom today presented a petition signed by many citizens of North and South Dakota aid Washington prayint that binding twine and materials eater ing into its admitted free of duty and that a cut of at least fifty per cent be made oa cotton and linen Senator Plumb presented a resolution of the board of protesting against the imposition of any duty on contain ing lead imported from Mexico and favoring the negotiation of a reciprocal treaty with that APPROVED Secretary Windom has approved lie findings of tbe commission in the case of Captain of the revenue steamer II CBlIlCTEUSTlCLiSfiDiBE HE TiLB OF POUTiCS AID He Says Cleveland Will be Nominated by Idea an American Es timate of in dredging Illinois and at in 15 OOD Quincy mav be used Missouri the Mississippi river from the mouth of the Illinois tn the and at the discretion of tho secretary of war for the protec tion the Illinois shore opposite the of the Missouri and the improve ment or til to be HtrMta April itriking car penters to the number of about three thousand paraded through the principal streets this afternoon with ban j aV iirrt 000 at the Mis sissippi from the of the pasuflB to the mnuth of the Ohio river u turvty from the hesd of tho pifificH to tho huad tliu MUsu i river from the mouth to Kort liuiuon f this eom may liu Gxpomivd iu the discretion of the see tiitaty c f WHT on the river ubove Sioux Tln of war is authorized to mate a survey estimate the cost of a ship clsttunal twenty feet in depth and Bevonty in width in the shallow of the connecting waters of the lakes between Uuiulh and For surveys and con tingencies uiil for incidental repairs for which thorn ia no special appropriation f jr rivoia and 8200 1 Iloolallop IDC or Jixim April San tifin anil the now Montana sena woru in ihoir seate this Utxcr Ihu terms nf a resolution in the executive yesterday Sanders and Powers wore assigned by lot to the ft senators whose terms expire in 1898 and Amonp the petitions and memorials onu from the Charleston haurd of molesting against the pateagc i the Butterworth antioption and futuru Among the bills introduced was one by Keagun proponitg amendment to the constitution for electing senators by a vote of tho people A number of bills making appropri ations for public biiUnings were tbon among ibnm bring one for Man The bill for the appointment and re tirement of John Fremont as major general in the army was The house bill to tranfer the revenue cultor PC t vice from tho treasury to tbe navy department was then taken up for Sherman opposed tho bill which was laid over and the senate proceeded to consider tho house joint resolution on the appointment of thirty medical ex aminers for the pension bureau without reference t tho civil service sir Faulkner moved to strike out tbe provision taking the appointments from the civil service and Octrell aaid he had hoped some party of nlvl service have raised his hand in defence of civil This precipitated a breezy political Cockrell taunted the reputlican senators with hck of sincerity and said the commissioner of pension is now trampling under foot tho civil service law and rules approved by the in which he is aided and abetted by the secretary of tho If republicans intend to trample the civil service law under it should be done in a bold manly and not by skulking behind this joint He charged that the object of the pending measure wat to destroy and break down the civil ser vice A vote on Faulkners motion resulted yeas 16 nays 20 a Aid Hoar and Sanders republicans voted in the with the demo The roll call disclosed the pres ence of forty four Hoar moved to amend the amend ment by inserting the words under regulations to be prescribed by the nreti dent of the United These he were to be appointed only for a brief an this was an additional reason why the general civil aervice rules should not It was perfectly clear to him that the record of no no he no senator would be found abso lutely in accord with the strict letter of their declarations in regard to civil ser vice Piumb hoped the senator from Massachusetts would limit his confes sions to and commented upon the combination which seemed to exist between the democratic party and the from The bill he said simply put the whole question of appointments in the It did not Mem to him the bill ahoald have excited Tha appointments were mere temporary Alter considerable farther diwnasion nera and Large crowds gath ered along the route and an wccisional cheer of sympathy greeted the OAS URN April strike among the of the gas comprny on the North which occurred last when seventeen men of the night force went out because of the discharge of Vvo of the has not spread to tbe South or West Sides as This morning the day force went on as the president of the gas said he anticipated DO THE riTISBUBG April committee of tbe executive board of the Federated Order of Railway Employes arrived here this morning and are now in conference with the Same definite ac tion is expected before General Superintendent of the Pennsylvania notified the switchmen that he would meet his men at five oclock this afternoon to hear their A committee of eight all employes of the Pennsyl were appointed THB MINERS AND 0 April joint convention of miners and operators hat been unable to reach an agreement on a scale of prices up to Another special committee hat been appointed to report something di fl nite to the conven tion this From the sentiment which prevails it is expected the Ohio and Peensylvania will reach an agree WEAVERS AND BpnWKBS April ex pected strike of tbe employes af the Jackton companys mills occurred this the spinners and help all going Eight hundred hands are out of A demand for an increase in wages caused the UNION CABTENTKB8 PORTLAND April five hundn d union carpenters were dis charged yesterday in accordance with the resolution adopted by the builders1 A contractor had employed a nonunion man and the union carpenfcrs threatened to strike if he was not dis It was then decided by the builders to discharge the union men in anticipation of a strike in CoafuUW JTIMSMSI IB the April new confusing element in tho western rate situation came to light A lake and rail road line has been established between Boston and Sioux City by way of Dul taking in the Fitchburg and West Shore Northern Steam ship line and the Sioux City and Northern The it is under st is controlled by the Great North ern road and its policy is to be to lower the rates wherever they are not by other This development hai decreased the hopes of the western railroad men for better RAILWAY POSTAL CHICAGO April 17 members of the executive committee of the National Association of Railway Postal Clerks held a meeting today to discuss the question of having their salaries fixed by law and regulation of the tame placed in the hands of KBOEUKB USIOH April of the various roads who at a recent meet ing here decided to erect the Union de pot have selected a site at the foot of Exchange one block from the present Rock Island They left yesterday for and will return by way of their object being to inspect various plans and choose the deaigns for the proposed TBX Boar modified to teed The examination lor the appointment of these ehall be under regula Van prescribed the Tto agreed tofeat uyi without flBiihinf the Wll Mate ad THE togrfthe j nape funeral wee held A Cracker FacMrr April Fire in Grubbe Cracker factory early this morn ing caused a loss of 190 AN 1MPKBTAL FALACB April The im perial palace at twenty miles west of this has burned and seven of the palace A VALUABLE BAX1T Spmtal to Nxvr April The large barn of David three north eat of this containing sixteen head of valuable and considerable other valuable with a complete outfit of farming WM burned to the ground this morn everything within being burn entailing a probable loss of not leu than M partially The origin of the fire is A eA8OLnm XXPLOUOX CAUSES A Special to Tan April A caused by the explosion of damaged a restaurant and two adjoining on the east aide afternoon about The best aaive ia the world for salt fever chsirpsrfl mad all skin aad posi tively bor no pay It tad to give perfect eatkfactioa race IB par eata at ITearve April Z of a promi nemt clergyman of the Called Brstkna committed forgssy for amall oa aeveral te taut county Wematsareosn HBW April New York World of Sunday has a threepage inter view with Senator of on the present political candi and a hundred and one other ques tions of Tho instantaneous camera reinforces the stenographers pencil and all of the senators character istic are brought out in a tell ing In reply to the question What do you think of modern democ racy the senator said The democratic having neither nor defined prin inevitably allies itself with dis content and is arrayed against social or It is strongest where public and private morality is weakest Its citidels are in the south where society dis tinctly and in great where the ignorant and criminal elements are most It has no max or Its creed ia the in struction of in a popular government and morality are ultimately no for For twentyfive years its only policy hat been to to to to and ultimately to acquiesce in what the republicans have when Cleveland came ba ing without or his administration floundered pitiably both in domestic and foreign waa contemptible in many things and feeble in and left absolutely no impression whatever upon history except in the mat ter of vetoing bills for pensions and pub lic Do you that Cleveland will be nominated again by the democrats for tbe presidency CLBVELAXD WILL BE Cleveland will be the nomi nee in 1892 even if New York should be divided or against This is in It is He will be the and the rest Democracy nevet had such an ideal exponent and His wooden laborously written out and committed to memory his stolid and shallow conceit his affectation of wis purity and snd what he calls his solemn sense of impress the average democrat with a feeling of reveaence like that which the Chinese laundryman feels for his What is your of a difioite American policy The American policy should have for its object the unification of the continent The Polar sea should be the northern boundary of the republic and the south ern boundary should ba the interoceanic Lock at the existing co We have practically reached the limit of our agricultural We are ap proaching that period spoken of by Ma caulty as dangerous to republican insti when the vast migrations to these undeveloped regions will have and when the artisans and toiling concentrated in the large cities will have no outlet for their surplus num ben and no demand for their I expect to see tho valleys of the Missis sippi and the Amazon linked together by the great agency of modern civilization The overflow of population will thus find peaceful fields of profitable The of the went and south are identical aid they should be unified Their alliance upon all matters affecting their natural welfare w If they coalesce they will be We shall hold the purse and wield the word of the and we shall use not for but for These great that were only separated by the system of have since its destruction been alienated by factions that have estranged them only to prey upon and to maintain po litical supremacy by their Unfriendly legislation has imposed in tolerable burdens upon their energies Invidious discrimination has been made against their products HE just tariffs have repressed their The ultimate coalition of all the political farces of this section ia The west will then secure its emancipation from the control of the Atlantic sea This is one cf the events of the near We will then treat these Atlantic and Pacific appendiRes with I might say with more justice than they have hitherto shown to AS mSTTMATB Of would you mind giving us your estimate of the administration of President Harrison f Harrisons administration hai beea much more successful thus far than Clevelands was at the end of hit first Cleveland satisfied and was openly and unsparingly denounced by his party It u a great mis take for a president to suppose that by neglecting friends he can propitiate hit Cleveland got no support from the republican party by allowing republicans to remain in and he alienated many The most formidable error of Harrison is regard ing hiinMif bound to follow a pernicious precedent Cleveland saw his blunders a year too late to enable him to Most people are human and prefer that reform should be tried on their enemies rather than on And if President Harrison on this line he will have no It is too early to predict what the verdict will The statistics do not Two years hence will be soon He hai had a rocky time 10 but has acquitted him self with courage and temperament is but hit ideals are and I am confident that he win grow constantly in public estimation and approval brought her and WOkiBSoa IB vary close Ha reseated the ahowa aad gallantly championed her Tha friendship angeadcred between them blossomed into lava in due Miss Winnie latex on went to Eorope with a cousin of and still Wilkinson some two months ago crossed the ocean to see THE USTAD and spent seven weeks with her sight seeing on tie continent and pretsiBi hit suit Wnen he returned they were be trothed Wilkinwn is a bright tod promia ing lawyer about twentyeight yean of Hit lacam U quite but Wilkinson is not a rich It if a love The young how moves in the very best society here and stands high ia the eetuutioa of the The actual time for the wedding has not been but it ii undentood that the date will be ia the oetr It ii vaguely hinted that there BO very re mote connection between the European trip and the wedding ID1E81E rUKalL 1QUQB IP ELaPEAEEl BiOUX UOIY Barnaul MlttMC MM to April 17 Hear the mouth of Cherry on the Cheyenne over ome hundred atflea northwest of there lives a hostile band of Indians known among the Sioux tribes as the Two Kettle They ue remnant of Sitting Bulls crowd that was finally in These Indiana number about two hundred braves and they still poucai all their original hostility to the Since the reservation was opened a flourishing town called Cheyenne City has started near the hostile but oa the cedar where have also been found gocd paying mines of The are mining this and the hoitiles have threatened to masiacre the entire colon if the work did not Major of Fort WM in this city yesterday and gave these stating that he had sent two companies of troops to the scene of disturbances upon request of agent at who wanted them to quiet any premeditated attempt of the hostiles to injure the white Dispatcher also itate tbat several companies have started for the scene from Fort in the Black No trouble ii anticipated the troops reach the HE KNKVT after niicovur CalUcrala Special to THE April recent ar ticle in a Chicago paper con cerning the life and scbJevements of John who with a few others discovered gold in California in recalls the fact that Nauvoo has a bardy citizen in the personage of John who was the friend and companion of Suter and wat with him when geld wai first discovered in Cali fornia near Suters near where Ca now on Jan uary 1843 The story ia a long and should it be given in its would make al most a volume in Lienbard was born in January He came to Madison in In the spring of 18iG in company with Henry Thorneau and started to California in an ox They crossed the suffer ing such hardships as only the pioneers of that early day Some of the party died from and at ore time the immigrants were reduced al most to Lombard joiued a volunteer com organizing for the Mexican under He got at far as Mon the old Spanish capital of Cali Through serious illness he was compelled to leave the Leanhard was at near ia when gold was His recite of the wild enthusiasm of that time is Leanhard knew Suter and went to Switzerland atSntersrequeit to bring the latters wife and children to for Suter was a fugitive from Switzerland and dare not go there him Lieuhard says that John A to big certain was never in any army or any and fails to see where Suter received his military Liendard returned east a number of years ago and settled at where he is one of the most honored of In an early day a family of Benders rented his farm in Sonora town and they were a hard They went away s year or two before the Bender murders occurred in not think tenants were the original Bloody TOMMY Unit jtantleray Player to tram Bllla Attendance Cemaoalee at Laarel Hill Cemetery Sear no adVpkiaOther April moraiag at eight oclock the coffin containing tha of Randall was borne from his house by a iqoad of Capitol police aad deposited in tha lecture room of the Metropolitan Presbyterian which appropriately There it was visited by mtny of late in the by and by a large number of his and About an hour afterward it was removed to the body of the church and placed upon a catafalque strewn with Several beautiful floral decorations were placed near it About 950 the with the fami ly and immediate reached the and leaning on the arm of her husbands the two daughters Lancaster and the only son and namesake of the dead and other many of them from moved up the aisle to the reserved for them in the right They were preceded by wearing a long white scarf and reciting the opening to the burial and the tettdal support kaviag already would render pow erful be by report April Todays gaawMaaed very uaproprietoutly for the home team having everything their own way up to the aiath Ia their ant aipa month five unearned naToVsaa on woolly by Corbatt and by Hal Carey and Their aextia yielded two more Corbatt asm Morris again adding to their list of er assisted by H ths r This woundup Monmonths they wen unable to do anything with curves after the second in Up to the fourth inning the score stood to nothing ia favor of the home bat ia their half of the fourth Burlington scored three times on a two OB aad Mur phys corking threebagger to right cen The sixth and seventh yielded nothing but nose bat in the eighth the scored oace on KaUs double and The score BOW stood seven to four in favor of aid when the boys from Burlington came ia for their last half of the ninth it looked u though vic tory was but our hopes vanished when Ketz and Breckea ridge rapped out ainges in rapid succes with Corbetf s base on knocked oat four and the OFFICIAL am the resurrection Soon afterward the men A XOXABU Wtavae taw Oswakter she KBW April Herald Syracuse New York special telegraphs foQaws I have verified a report of a vary interesting nature which mate rialized into a fact of great aad can not fail to attract the widest at tention ia both Borope and Ia a word it tha crowning event of the great It nothing more or ASBB than the made to yiatimatefriaadshereof thecomiag marriage of Winnie the daughter of Jeffenoa the late pcandaat of the southern to Alfred of tkk fraadaoa of Bamnal tha great aboil tioaist The story of the eoutaUp IB most ro aorta four aco to visit of the flm of It her tot to tkk old aad Baa waa coaacqaaaOf quite to tha givaa ia her to Ajfrad Wilkia laeaiveda yatf coot raasffemJa April my Cedric who has been alter nating with Ray Maskell in playing the part of Little Latd received notice that Ms would not be re quired after the expiration of two His place will be taken by Wallie Ed The dismissal of Master Bnssell is not the result of any incompetency nor of any dissatisfaction on the part of the management The trouble is that the boy seems to have been subject to too much family His A became imbued with the idea that he was worth aad for some time put hat been demanding an This is given the reason for his bere of the joint committee of the two also wearing white entered the church and took their in the left the front row being occupied by four of Randalls oldest and McEinley and A little back of the joint committee sat and and near to them Vice President and escorted by the private and Chief Justice Fuller aud his Wanamaker was in another part of the A large number of senators and members of the including the speaker and many exmembers were also present A deputation of about thirty uniformed of the Grand Army of the Republic from was in the church and afterward acted an escort to the funeral The great bulk of the congregation was pcwed of Randalls and who loved him and sincerely mourned his The funeral wen impressive and The music waa rendered by the Schubert among the hymns sung being Lead Kindly Light and Just as I Am Without One which were Randalls An imprestive sermon was delivered at the church by the who eloquently eulogized the character and eminent public services of the dead The the blind chaplain of the twisted Chester in the which were dis tinguished by great simplicity through There was a profusion of floral sent by friends to Randalls late res idence and to the notably from the White House and members of the ap propriation Just before noon the remains were taken to the Pennsylvania railroad depot to be conveyed to Philadelphia for inter meat AT BX8T AT April The flags which have been waving for two put ia honor of the Loyal Lagion cele bration are at half mast today in mourn ing for the late Congressman A train from Washington bearing the remains arrived here about oclock this stopping at Ridge avenue near Lturel Hill The Samuel Randall Meade and the James Page Lit erary association were in waiting and the body was escorted to the Randall which already the of the and brother of the dead Simple funeral at the vault were conducted by the Henry McCook and the pis tor of church in Wash and they were assisted by other A quartet of members of the Meade Pott sang My to Thee j part of the A special train from the city brought thousands to the cemetery who watched with silent re spectand many tokens of sorrow the final scene at the dead congressmans resting TO mi m ML 831008 EHORI1ISCOBBED 9 THE JflfflT The Printer Leaves Out A Entire ia a Vital Sender it MeaninglessHow the Error IHnlsl to Tan DM April it was created at the capital to 4 a v M 0700 u 3 S r 4 4 1 0 0080 p 2 Totals i 31 8 271 U 1 IB B po A r R u E 1 4 1 0 0 t Ib S 2 11 11 Ib 4 l 1 1 Q 4 l 1 E 0 1 0 S 0 C Z o it 8 Q p e 0 3 n p Totals as i 19 3 run made with one man scOBB BT 6 T 8 t BoiUntton o 8 s Hamad Wcnmoutb t TwoBite ThreeBase Vint oa BallsOff Bejner i attuphy Hli by Pitched Illegal Straps putBy Beimer i bj JonM a Tims of Two ASBWMMI Western April The of the American and Western Bate Ball sociations opeaed follow ing are the results of the At Kansas Sioux postponed on account of At Denver Omaha At Dei MoinesDes Moines Paul At Minneapolis waukee At Louisville Louisville game At Columbus Toledo At Athetetic ester aroBTiire April track waa Fint Five and onehalf longs Blue Rock Meriden Tip Staff third Second RaceOaehalf mile Best Hands OS third Third One onesix Maia Clay Stockton third Fourth Onehalf mile Terrifler Gray Rock Fifth One mile Wattenon Sam Morse Kiagabridge Sixth Bight and onehalf Ktog Crab Bon tin Randall third ACT or A CBAZY WOMAJT HIM Ailee xuton iwsotMni Pm fimtm April Alice aged while suffering from de swelled a small penknife with the blades So f ar she expe nenced no capieaiant bather physician 11 watching the cue with great April the papers pub lish on the speech made by Chancellor von Caprivi at the opening of the Prussian diet The Vottiche Zaitungsays that despite the chancellors protest that the begin ning of a new era not to be the elimination of party strife from the inheritance upon which he has entered appears to be the beginning of a new No the paper will op pose the government oa matten of prin The Deutsche Tageblatt says the Chan cellor von Caprms unshakable roytfly wceptiom him by the Union League dub fldence in a hopeful future for Prussia and the empire that ha a worthy successor to the statesman lust thought of Ksiaar and The Berliner Tageblatt aad tha Boar son Courier say that the speeek the essential of the and that it gives tha key to the cause of Priaca ratigaa A OCBAir April British iteamer Bolid been sunk near Hartle pool ia a collision with tha British steamer Tkecsptaia aad of the crew of the Euclid wan The Euclid aa iroa screw steamer of aad owaedat A TSM MMBBWB April weather was threatening and the track tl Fint half mile Annie Brown Black Knight third Second furlongs Mary Carlton Bonnie Annie thiid Third yearold one and oneeighth Lady Blackburn Marie K Fairy Queen third Fourth and onesixteenth miles Hypocrite Xaneat Baee third Fifth mile Mountain Willie M Carrie Burke third day by the discovery that an important clause in the joint rate bill which passed tha general assembly had been omitted from the enrolled bill The omissions in the last part of the third sec aad the words omitted are the rates therein fixed are reasonable and just maximum It meaningless the sentence which occurs at this vital part of the It waa because these were not ia the Minnesota law that it wat declared un In the original bill in troduced railroad companies were com pelled to prove the rate not just and but owing to the the if it at tempts to enforce the will ba obliged to prove that fact aad owing to such information being only in the of the railroads such task will be very difficult if at all possi The clause ia question should read The rates established by the board of railroad commitaioneshall go into ef fect within ten days after the same are promulgated by said board and from and after that time the scedulea of such rates shall be the prima faciea euidence iu all of tha courts of this that tha rates herein Ixed are reasonable and juit maximum for the joint transportation of freight aad cars upon the railroads for which snch schedules have been Many claim the bill was at some stage tampered but a fair impartial in vestigation of the facts indicate the mil sion but the result of great careless first in the state second in the house railroad third in passing the law without thorough con By nn examination of the original and printed bill it ii found the word Ihe occurs at the end of two one coming immediately under neath the and the typesetter left out the entire sentence which the proof reader failed to It is very easy to see how this mistake The railroad committee in considering it in the took the printed copy and amended it by the use of acia soil and inserting several lines ia various but did not correct said section three which was siasorcd out of the printed bill without This they vir tnolty brought back into the house as a substitute for the committee The same was pasted and sent to the senate there substituted for the senate bill un der It waa read and without anyone discovering the fatal The enrolling committee reported it properly enrolled aud Governor Boies evidently did not read it through or if did not discover anything as on April prior to adjournment by seven he approved the No blame can be attached to the enrolling clerk as tbe en rolled bill corresponds identically with the bill reported back to the house by the railroad and which bears all the endorsements of the pats The diicovery was first made by fecretarf of the Jobbers Snnuld the bill fail by reason of this a strong pressure will be brought by several parties to have the governor call a special seasion of the dealer at Steamboat Tha widened and became bitter and relent Johns and the Rainib lies are arrayed on and many of his influential OB tiie After the mnrder of Xnoek for which Nata and Frank Raiuabarger are now serving life sentea it was learned that Henry Johaa their who had larga mesas and unimpeachable could give evidence at their trial that would tend towards their it is Hoyes and other ringleaders of the vigilance numbering resolved to forever silence and hired Marx and to do the which they did and at once left for Burke has shadowed them a long time aad ac cumulated a mass of testimony sgainit them and mauy other Hardia couaty citizens he ia indisputable Warrants are out for Noyea and a other prominent citizens for the murder of Jokes aud the excitement becoming The trial April or A April was a circus Tuesday night at the residence of a wealthy fanner living eighteen miles north of His daugh ter was married in tha and late st night a crowd of young farmers gath armed with tin and to charivari the newly married couple madit an unearthly and John a brother of the came out to He waa saluted with another volley of While endeavor to eject two youag fel lows named Bradley from the he was struck by the stock of a gun in the hands of one of His skull wse and he now iies in a critical Warrants have been sworn out for the and the sheriff has gone to arrest IOWA April action of breach of promise aad sednctioB beea brought against girGBom a member of by Alice aad the trial now The plslntifl he aftarke had i proauBtu to Oeorge ia the ease ia one of The has created a BsaaaUoa April B bora ia 180 it April aad re SAJT April Race of a mile Ida Glean Eildare Applause third All except were flaed each for disobeying starters aad the judtjes allowed a fool claimed by KHdaras and awarded him tha displacing Applause took second Sheridan Second of a mile Homer Fairy Coarad third Third heats Coloma won Dave Doaglaawoa Dava won Colosma Jack Brady Fourtk aad thretetehti Farrow Abide Pliaey third lyras nkoaUal to used foreWMMo tteeothM Wntteayler a BsjrwsiOsNasts aaw im porOaf company kas beast formed at Tarn by Uviag iatke vicbutyof Dieeo aad Terra The tha Disco B pratidoat 1 Bsoatary Marm Joha Paysoa aad Amae Kd to auka asptv bast Special to THB Dxa April state metr ical society held its second days session today with increased atteadsnce and in Very interesting papers were read this Waterloo was se lected as the place of the next meeting The following officers were elected Dav enport first JIc Indianapolis second vice Ossge secre West Union Cadar The paper read to day were on sections of ophtholmology snd otology and obatetreics and Burlington received honors in the sec tion of Oeorge as chairman of the committee on chairman of the committee to whom was referred the presidents ra ported in highly complimentary The reported waa as chairman of sec tion on otpathslmology and read a report which was listened to with much interest He showed a thorough knowledge of the handling it ia a very able of followed with a paper on nervous troubles from discussed by Hubby and The program oa this subject was very interesting and cf Des WM expelled for selling Pippino read a paper on Ideal Operation for which was dis cussed by Crouse aad The section of obitetrics waa taken up and censumed the balance of the afternoon and evening HIS VAITHLUS HwartkrcKesi April weeks ago Henry section foreman for the St Paul and Kansas City rail at Aurora was the possessor of a happy consisting of a wife and three About a month ago May ran away with another who abandoned her She associated with Vila characters and was finally rested and lodged in where May An Engineer April 17 North last George a locomotive was shot and fatally wounded by who is the official reporter of the McGregor district Grinnell asserts that Cornell had been paying too much attention to wife and there ia considerable scandal attached to the case Cornell been married five years and has two His wife left him a short time alleg ing infidelity on his Special to Tat CKSSTON Ia April 17 Mur the famous temperance addressed a large meeting in the church thin Murphy spent a week iu Creston last winter and upon his departure left nearly three thousand signed T There are now twenty thousand signers ia Iowa to cele brated temperance A Special to THI HA April By the breaking in two of the flrat section of a f t traia near Grand River at 4 49 this morning at the foot of the the second section ran into the caboose wrecking the en gine and ten cars Engineer Cruthere and Fireman Campbell were slightly In The track waa blockaded about four IOWA IS LOST His A tramp while steal ing a ride on a freight train at Ottumwa fell aad had his arm crushed A DBSPKBATB GAMBLES Big Jim a prominent of JDnbu has He has beea playing in hard luck recently and felt a necessity to raise a He borrowed a horse from a sold aad pocketed thn Ho then draw checks for several hundred forc ing the names nf several reputable bud nets and by f ilse managed to cash them at aad business Thus equipped he left the city with the avowed intention of iag to Chicago to break the Frazier is said to be an ex MUSICIPAL THOUBLSB Marshall ton city council Wednesday evening re instated Marshal who had beea suspended by the and at tha same time notice was served by the sheriff ia the council rooms upon tha mayor enjoining him from removing the marshal The mayor was taken as he intended to suspend Miller aasuonasthe council The injunction proceedings will come ny be fore Judge next OX BAKES PASCAKKa SO AKnMuCltjr CooJt Franc Hair to KASSAS April 17 a three years the mother of Hennas Baumbaca found her yenterday cook ing at a cheap restaurant in Kansas The young man ia about twenty years and three years ago left home in because he got drunk and was afraid to face after his Hia father waa a wealthy coal and died leaving the boy heir to April 13 of N Catdi and Benja min who recentlv resigned directors of the Western National bank because of gome have been filled by the election of William ex secretary of the Chauncey Depew and Henry B president of the Equitable Life Insur ance Btayton Ives is presi dent ia place of it will ba resigned the podtioa of treasurer of the United to take that position when tha bank commenced found tkree small he had his shfldren sent to the home for the friendless in this city aad went back to work at Yesterday May was by a traia at Aurora and instantly walking oa tha track by the who whia aad aow ia arardtrof Dataetfva who arrested the pair is IB aa interview today toMatkrflUacBarratrreof alleged con Bpiraey asw if pruiaa wfll eaajaa a ecaniete reversal of tha aad it hot for their aaearlas that tha BaiaBtiargar fa a tnd wfcfcfc at Kldora f or the turned by the imply lack of ekerydeiBsaiK Aprfl tha tka raaasia Oaaal LoUmy Aatil today tied and tang the but May paid no attention and was run dowa aad ground to It is supposed that the ruin of wife drove him to adopt thia datper ata method of JO anratoi April first taagiahle sgaiasc Marx WiX A farmer may be compelled to fell his corn for thirteen a bat it goes against the Enter From thelarge number of about the country it easily to be Been that labor is at the PostBz f Dick Jack Baeppard and I tain Kidd were but palacecar porter is generally an ft marl a study And of tea would mo To stndr the stars with Throotrk an opart you A codicil I bequeath to my faithful empty wbw the of which kassv joyed during my Ufa ABV A fearful threat I stake ya a twWat ofaa llligint little botif Ill break every bone in yer body Amateur hunter I deelara tkkt whole day gone aad wrtktag I wfll go to theater this eveaias any and teesoBM bleod they an to give Fleigaada Blattan Lost Politeness My here ia printed   

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