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Burlington Hawk-Eye (Newspaper) - April 22, 1890, Burlington, Iowa THE TCE8DAY EIHS BIG He would find then a netta and dan active service on pay and gave notice f For himselfIthathe would Mzt Wednesday addrtae me did not object that foreigner ihcrald I the senate on the abject that Pwcm II CENTS rat HE OUR IT LIST COKBMB THE nposmou BILL Deed For aid AfaiMt tte but it Finally Passes Portofflee ticawnl Capital Aprfl On motion of Hawley the eenate proceeded to contider the honee bill to provide for the oelebra ti on of the four hundredth anniversary of the diacovery of America by holding an international The only amendment reported by the aenate com mittee it the insertion of a new section providing for a naval review in New York harbor in and for the unveiling of a statue of Christopher Columbus at Male inquired of Hawley whether it was intended that the government furnish the statue of Hawley replied in the affirmative and stated that a bill for that purpose that phenomenal city of the great Wxt But as senator he could not give hii vote for a bill creating an exposition in any city of the United He be lieved as a business man that it came too soon after the great Paris In his honest judgment the people out aide ef the cities engaged in the contest Senator Plumb introduced a concur rent reeolutioa directing the ha r to increaat to treanrypor tea and coinage of aflvmr bnlflon to the mazimmum amount authorised by the act of February axd gave notice that he would atk for ita contid artion did not care anything about the export1 TBR PAX RLECTWC CASR Had the time come when in this I The celebrated PanElectric ease of country the people had to be amused I Rodgera exAttorney General Gar land and was dismissed each party to pay his own pecuniary of unjust Imwi ud outrages perpetrated upon them Gorman offered mn amendment to itrike out the provision for the naval re view and insert an appropriation of 1500000 for a memorial building at Washington as a repository of the an bad pass sd the senate pending in the and was now Vest aaid it seemed to be assured that because the house had passed the bill the senate was under some coercion to pan He protested against such and said the bill would prob ably pan the senate by an overwhelming but no measure should ever pass the senate with his vote on the as aumplion that the judgment of the house Was coercive on the senate that would be for the senate tn abrogate its constitu tional Faroe asked whether such claim had ever been authoritatively Vest said as a matter of course it had not been authoritatively made be cause such idea would cover the author of it with but it seemed to be assumed in othir places than the senate He knew his opposition to the bill would be Mcribed to the fact that the city of Louis had been an aspirant as a site for the worlds That was post mor tem and he did not propose to intrortuie ghosts to disturb the equan imity nf the senate or the tranquility of the city of He had from the beginning opposed legislation looking to an exposition in 1892 He had every publicly and privately announced his opinion that in his judgment the law ahould not be paused which called it into He did not believe the tern per bf the people of the United States favored any such He did not believj the condition of the country jus tified tuch a bpectacular performance at this time The agricultural peopln of the country had neither time nor money to give to a national such as was The people of Louis did not complain of the result of the contest for the bite They accepted it as Amer 10 r ioans always accept the result of an hon1 to the negatives being est and fair He knew that it had I been said of him in a Chicago paper that I Rea liquifies of the western hemisphere re Gallon said Chicago would make the fair a grand success and would mani fest her appreciation of the great honor conferred upon When the name of Chicago was mention the senator from Missouri Vest seemed to be seized with a kind of He Collum did not know what harm Chicago had ever done the The senator had said bis people were in doubt as to whether they would go to Chicago or and this raised a question as to which place the gentleman But the people of Missouri would be at the exposition by the tens of thousand whether the senator liked it or not Blair suggested the City of hades was a democratic Blair was op posed to the proposition of holding a naval review as fostering a spirit of war That accursed badge of should be abol He offered an amendment em powering the president to hold an exhi bition of public schools and review public school children in Chicago an amendment for the erection of a statue in memory of Queen of Spain both Hoar moved to amend by striking out the provision for a Columbus Plumb argued against the naval review and said the purnone back of this amendment was that New York should have something to break ils thing that might minimize the fair at A naval review is ecsentially a monarchial The United States ought to show the difference between monarchy baaed on arms and a republic based on the legitimate pursuits of After further discussion Hoars amend ment striking out a Columbus statue was agreed to and the remainder of the amendment for anaval review adopted yeas naye Blair moved to odd to the first sec tion the provision that no intoxicating wines or shall be to be used as beverage within the limits of the cxnosition ground Mr Butler thought that matter might be left to the people of and his motion to lay the amendment on the table was agreed to 15 The nega tive vote were IiABOB The firlra April Master of the Brotherhood of Train arrived in the city this morning and has been in consultation with amass meeting of the men for several The men sav they wfll stop all trains from New York to Chicago unless six teen points presented in their grievance are conceded The railroads have conceded all but five of these but the moat remains to be BTBDEB FOB A XTKR HOUR April carpen ters hen went ont on a strike for nine hours a day this One small firm has conceded the demand and the others an making an effort to secure nonunion men to finish the present buildings under contract AH BURLINGTONS Is HE1BWE HUB IHILT ILiTEDIT Tan ZaafB Fatal Emn Prfadnally RespsRsiMe final Team Sane to be Other GamesPercent Special to Tan Aprfl base bill season was opened today by the strong Burlingtoos of the Interstate I T Brooklyn Xr asaasBsaa aadBamei scon of iyg Chicago HELD IT 19 AID lisa Cleveland a Bochester Ljagne and the of the Illi Ibe April climax of the GreenBarker which created some excitement at Bloomington several months was reached here Lester Green was at one time acting mayor of Ha had a fam Barker was the wife of a well to do engineer who gave her a liberal allowance of out of which she managed to cave in the course of several yean about She and Green be came mutually infatuated taking the fled They went to where they in vested in real estate and made some more Two weeks ago they re turned to Chicago with about and according to a story in a local paper this Green took all the money Satur day and left the woman here A Touse noislows League which proved to be the greatest game of ban ever played on the Ottumwa The weather wat very threatening conatquentiy not over three or four hundred people were in but those who did run their chance of getting a good drench ing were treated to at fine an exhibition bf ball playing as any body could wish to on the part of the home team es Van Zant although a great ball player is responsible for most of the runs scored by the home team although Sharps home run hit over the right field fence actually won the game for his Webbers fine exhibition of pitching wat the prin ciple feature of the Twice with the bases full and but one man out he made Breckenridge and Van Zant make hole in the atmosphere with their long wagon Murphy was in the box for the visitors and did fairly good although Eatz in center garden pulled down two hits which were appar ently good for two or three bates and brought forth great applause from the four hundred It was a great to say the and the Ottumwa may well feel proud of their great The Burlingtons play here again tomorow and will no doubt try and regain her lost while our boys will try jnst as hard to repeat to days Mr umpired the game and gave general The THB The and furlong TSiEric Moonatone Americi1 Fourth Onehalf mile Terrifler Ai i Carried tat Plumb and The committee of the whole then aroae and reported the bill to the The vote on the naval review amendment re yeas nays so the provision remains in the The bill then passed yfQ 1 A he had declared as a senator that in a contest between hades and Chicago for the location of the he would support As Ohicapo papers never lied it was unnecessary for him to state in a mild and not ton emphatic way that he made no such He stated the opinion that in a popular election among the people of Missouri between hades and Chicago it would be a very close At to what his own vote would he had never declared it as between those two distinguished localities On the he was prepared to state that upon such a contest he would be strictly neutanl Laughter was Mil of monopolies and com flid the latest authentic news from hades was that they were forming a trust there on sulphur in order to bear the There was high for the statement that the water supply of Chicago was He had before him an article from a Chicago paper stating that instead of a magnificent lake supply of pure the only supply came from creeks reeking with debris and corruptions of the stock He took it that the same paper which had his standing as bet ween hades and Chicago had also told the truth in that Vest asked whether there had been in the whole contest for the fair any thing that elevated or dignified the American character at home or abroad If they were to assume a patriotic stand or if the idea was to illustrate na tional life on the four hundredth anni versary of why was it not done in the name of the people of the United States without contests and squabbles over localities Why had it been a sort of action between the cities as to which would give the most money and entail the smallest expente on the government If it wet to be a national matter why did not the nation itself with an overflow ing treatury take upon itself the ex penae The whole matter from the beginning had been simply an advertiiing scheme and a bails of municipal rivalry between the great cities of the United In this con nection Vett read extract from maga sine and newspaper article and com mented upon them at a scandal to the i American name and American Be referred to Chaunoey Depewi speech before the aenate and to his mention of the town of Peekskill as hie and as the centre of a larger population than that of which fit Louis waa the centre and said Depewc motatj had forbid him going any fur and A cemmittee of conference on disagree ing votes was THJE BUI ther ahow who Peekskill did not Utport of Oklahoma Committee April the house of introduced a jo int resolution that the secretary of the treat ury be directed to increase the treasury purchase of silver bullion to the maxi mum amount authorized by the act to authorize the cosnage of standard silver dollars and to restore its legal tender which act was pasted over the veto of the prepdent and became a law February 28 On motion of of the bill passed amending the act authorizing the construction of a high wagon bridge across the Missouri river at Sioux On motion of f the bill passed providing that soldien who lost ihair limbs durin the late war shall be entitled to receive an artificial limb every three The present law permits him to receive one every five of submitted the con ference report on the bill to provide a temporary government for the territory of The reading of the peport oorupied an hour and a The report of the committee on the Oklahoma bill was adopted The bill appropriating 600 to pro vide necessary vaults aid safeguards for the security of the public money in the custody of the United Statet treasurer was Merrill moved the suspension of Walker Special to Tn April who has been a trusted clerk in the Exchange bank several has confessed the fact that he is a He has been Uken to Waverly and com mitted to He waived examination and gives no reasons for committing the The amount of forged notes so far discovered amount to The sum may be larger when the papers have been gone over He was high ly respected and wat a prominent mem ber of the He leave a large family having turned over all hit property to make good the loss to the score Jttumws 3 2000000 Burlington 0 Bas Burlington Ottumwa Burlington Ottumwa IB The Qoincy Herald publishee the fol lowing April Sir I have a telegram before me which reads as follows Can you come here for All is Ijndianapolis will apply Fifth RaceMile and sixteenth Ham Becond 8meck third Jack Daly Minuet third time Memphis April The weather wai pleasant and the track Fmt five fur Jongs Annie Brown Black Night Joe Carter third time Second RaceOne mile Mary workmate Helter Skelter third Third One and oneeighth miles Elyton Ernest Race Buck ler third Fourth five fur longs Doug Knapp Ben March Rose Howard third Fifth One and onesixteenth miles Carlton Walker Birthway third IBISH bttractiTe Addrcesee and Papers Aa Omclal SKlddesother Iowa News and BPMM to Tn April con vention of the of the Bur lington diitrict was called to order by the of Panoni1 at April in the Congregational church in this John Lyon of Panoai college being introduced conducted a half hour song Cowan of the Methodiit church read the scripture leaton and Walker lead in Mr Patrick then introduced Ma of who delivered a mat terly address on The He laid The bible is a wonderful book if it ii And if u ii not it ii more fnl If it is not how can it be accounted It ii verv an praise service during which a double male quartette selected from the dele gate Tendered two very beautiful and appropriate and Mr Come Unto Me nicely thii lerviee duced of Panoaf col who read a paper oa in the His peaer wai very good and ha treated the subject n thoroughly that there WM lit tle discussion regarding it Following of with a Closing and Opening of the oifk on wondwfnl The new and old teataments are very cloiely 10 much so that we can not understand the one without having a thorough knowledge of the The illustrates the redemption the Bejeetloa ef the the for 1 I will go to Indranapolii and if Indianapolis will give bond for 15 000 to play the seasoi Chamberlain to equest Galesburg to Am Special to Tn April family near this city has been afflcted in the most distressing Word has just reached the city of the death of two of the children on the same day from diph On the day that they died another a little girl of eight wat near a fire outdoors when her cloth ing ignited and she was fatally burned before help could reach Besides these sorrows the mother and another child are reported to be very The suffering family are in less than moder ate few tke DEB April the reor ganization of the official staff of the Chi Burlington and Qoincy rendered necessary by the retirement of the name of superintendent of the Iowa is said to be on the list for promotion either to the position of general superintendent or I assistant general name their able in their del bond for opinion of the mem of this league that they cannot stay ti refuse to do eithei upon to vote on th s admission of Indian apolis with ary withdrawal ond and the temper f The says money if Indianap the first place he m UViiJBtO it was nays the necessary twothirds Ad IOWA Made Iowa Dutac the Week April April 19 Pottoffloe changes in Iowa during the week ending April 1890 Mount Scott coun ty Henry Clay county Julius Pott Postmasters to a alto of the Worlds He Vest auigeated that after that great act of parturition the vital energies of reaketllT wen and that she aadnvained ever since in estate of in aocuoui Vert read from a book gotten up in the interests Of Mew York a the na ture of which was a satin on Chicago of recently annexed terri The following verse is a samole ofit of wen falling AioeraCansMprelrtepejeedT Bot vast the ekoet he iimvelt lte4 arlven ninety miles tint War anoaahed when he could eta where am II at tott he The nading of theee verses produced creatmarrimavt in the Vest poet was For wghtaan months he Vert to months he Vert in the humble taik of why the meat tot of thevast cattle raiser nf tor Ids Us nothing of kit constituents stock cattle and find what Cherokee H Lit Buchanan Elmer Des Moines Elijah Wright A Hisms Jackson William IMletmeat Die April indictment against Frank Woodruff alias charging him with complicity in the murder of the late was dismissed today by consent of the The indictment for hone stealing still stands against Subsequently by order of the states the indictments against Eunze for complicity in the same crime was also stricken off the docket Hew Bait April Foundland advices state that the government hat de cided for this season only the present bait act is to be carried ont under li censes by which all foreigners will be to purchase one barrel of bait per ton of their register on the payment of tonnage pionship series of A failure will instruct they are unreaton ands they mutt give s it is the universal season out If they you will be called schedule can be an anged to your satis Presiden Interstate Commenting on t be above the Herald on account of being so must ex pect to spend tome alls is In ist negotiate for the purchase of the Qalesburg and if the is very high the otter five cities of the league no doubt assiit Br each appropriat ing 1100 for the If Gales burg refutes to se then the mutt se cure the league wit i a bond that she will not drop ont of thi race cham April the commons today ParneU moved that the Irish lind purchase bUl be rejected by the Speaking in support of his he said that the measure justified the claim the nationalists made nine He welcomed Balfour as the latest re cruit to the ranks of the land While accepting the government recog nition of the principle of land for the ParneU declared that he could not admit that the bill was a satisfactory solution of the land question The ini tial question was how far the British taxpayer would go in lending credit to Irish The experience gained by the discnstion of Gladstones land bill in 1886 showed that the taxpayer would not go for enough to finally settle the land The present bill was meant limply to enable oneninth of the owneri of land in Irelandtheae being larger absentee sell out at exorbitant leaving the poore resident brethren in the The Steamer Bllehoa North the has been o a latiefac torybond will crowd from the league and mak i room for Indianap Indianapolis it to aecure a place in the IntejSJate Yea terdayMr of that city wai in the Poweri manager of theaOalesburg alto here m consultation with Secretary left is will for Galesburg It undentood f that the league if the favor Special to Tn HA VKBTB April the annual school election held Alarion Coffmaa defeated Brooks byp2 Both parties worked hard for their Indianapolii fair thing by lim ut be made aatii factory to would pKbabiy bT ai eaVy mattei for the leagueto force Galesburg out in order to make a place for the big but Uie Intentato doesnt do business that town in every re Charlee Ktaiaau 000 Apri charged the murder of ex Repnsentative was today ad mitted to bail in the sum of JUDICIAL DICSBIOK IK A PATKHT In an opinion rendered today by Jus tice affirming the judgment of the circuit court for the northern dis trict of Illinois in the case of the Com mercial Manufacturing appel the Fairbank Canning the United Btatee supreme court holds Oat the patents granted by the United States to Hippolyte Mege for the inven tion of the process of mannf April at Dyaart at two oclock Sunday morning destroyed Tanmng a a lose of B TILEGRAWC Fin started in a coal mine at Sunday morning and in fighting it three minen wan smothered to Typhoid fever has broken ont in Augnstana Rock One student has died and many othen an The Pan theaouth hat excunion thnuch Thii dele CMoafota the fnat femloaiiag cf catt expired with the expin tion of his Austrian and Bavarian pa The last reissue of it was and that consequently those of the Fairbank company an not The president has approved the joint resolution in regard to the tunneling of the Detroit river sear ABtLLOFORXERST TO BORH The aenate committee on public lands today ordered a favorable report OB tha bm to authorize Kortt Dakota to apply certain aactions of school iaads to of flic agricultural kaU thk was done because so few of the desind to make the A party of young men wen ont raw teg OB near whan boat was capeiaedaad two of the party wwe of the At John t brother of says that the woBttt nporti of poverty md of their mother an merely Bishop WadhaBS has sfieaced Father of the Hew Roman Catholic him it of from thaprieatty i of monthly ir ihot tn cured by i at mx uuat April steamer Bils from Grimesby April for Lon has been lost in the North Fifteen persons wen THR WAB IK April Gaulois says the Dahomans have made two vigorous at tempts upon the French positions in Da Four French soldiers stationed at outposts were captured by the Da homians and The French re taliated by beheading five female war riors ofthe king who had been A CmnaiMSjaBM In the matter of curatives what yon want is something that will do its work while you continue to do rem edy that will give you no inconvenience nor interfere with your Such a remedy is ALLCOCK s POROUS These plasten are not an they have been in me for over thirty and their value has been attested by the highest medical as well as by voluntary testimonials from those who have used ALLCOCKg POROUS PLASTRRS an pure ly vegetable and absolutely They require no change of diet and an not affected by wet or Their ac tion does not interfere witSlsbor or busi ness yon can toil and yet be cured while hard at They an so pun that the the the most delicate person of either sex can use them with great Beware of and do not be deceived by Ask for ALLCOCKT and let no solicitation or explanation induce yon to accept a sub ALLCOCXS CORN AND BUNION SHIELDS effect quick and certain Bt Vitus nervous mi and hysteria an soon cured by Miles Free samples at Witters drag store Christ paid the we can scarcelv undentand whit that meant unless we study thei lives and manners of the peo ple in the old No other religion hss such a It is not It does not shoot clean over cur It is made by the same God that made the and it is made for them Magnifi cent splendid eloquent all bow down to their work as a as a child to a master father We find the epistle to the Hebrews the key to the old and new The bible is the most vividly written history It was written by different at dif ferent in different and hi different parti of the And it is all written so that the one part leads into the next part To a person who did not know it would teem that the latt verie of Malachi and the first vene of Matthew were written near the same but they were written centuries A peculiarity of the Bible is that it is a fabric that God has built The religion is well adapted to humanity in that it not only makes man to know God but it makes him to know himself It elevates him in the only true in the only way whereoy he can be freed from his bondage of After a few announcements by the chairman and by state the conven tion the benediction beine pronounced by Saturday promptly at 9 the convention was opened with a praise service led by the assist ing state AS the close of this Patrick was duly chosen chairman of tho convention and an en rollment caznmittee was and after the introduction there were found to be present Howard Harry Woodard and Nor ton of the Methodist church Jen Baptist and Thero fromFarmington general sec of Muscatine Magee state and of Des Moines Reice general and Park Martin of the juaior depart from Madison C Walker of the Congregational church Cowan of the Methodist church and of Keosauqas J 8 general d Veat J Witter and Lilbura of Ot tiuna Elder of PJeasaut Hill of the Presbyterian John the evening had been amigned to col lege Panona being called explained very clearly the work that had been dona in the patt and ii bafajgdona today in the college TTof the land and how the volunteer mitaionary movement hat grown almott entirely out of the college At Sunday Burnett conducted a consecration meeting for men church service at the South Side Chriitian church were conducted by at the Methodiit church by WaUon and at the Con aresuonal church by Ege and Burnett i LEVEE UTQ WAI AT BATOI Tews Flooded Bad TM DeewA Seriow Break Hew April lava way at foot of Fountain stnat ataa early hour this A gen eral alarm was sounded and all peo ple toned ont and after hard work closed the It waa won how that the riling river WM running over the front levee and noth ing could be done to check it confusion Every bortsadraAwaabroughtmto everywhere and mem aid1 ve their Lantema could be cries and shouts of children working to save their effect could be heard in every Not a house in town hat escaped inundation aad from daybretk until evening it has been gaining The lose will be In the evening at the Congregational Watson aad aad at the Methodist Fellows ive short The coflecmeata at every point Twoother up at these meetinge netted crevassss developed during the dayand that is to be used for state altogether prospects for San A HBMOBU an notencouraging for early nlief from the A BnUSTROtTS BRRAK BRLOW HRW OR April Physicians to day probed for the ball shot into Cor nells head by Grinnell latt but although they found it they could not remove it It is not thought he can re cover andthe docton say if he does ha will probably be a mental wreck Grinnell i whose intimacy with Cornell caused the wai taken violently Saturday night and the general belief U she poisoned The physician denies this butt the tame time says she will probably not Grin nell wai a robust woman aad it considered strange she should be taken ill jutt at this Sawyers and of Parsons and ecutive officer of the from state ex Fairfleld Fellows and of the Iowa Wesleyan ML Pleat Mr Alvin Henry Cham t secretary assistant secretary from Special THI April residence of John a farmer living five mike ROrthesst of burned last Sat urday while he was in It caught in the roof trom sparks from the kitchen A very small proportion of household about at the Of Madame whoportnys the character of Lady Macbeth at the Grand tonight the Philadelphia Re cord says During the past week the greatest of which has bean haraU It is insisted by the acu er that after tUsseasonshaleo yet this wffl seam ed as Janauicheks farewell to delphia trees managei wfll play no yet this mort incredible to those who but yeater lay witnessed superb act ifcalSaattof an those like Ja Join to magnificent natural gifts the eerene quality absolute mastery of axpnsskm that follow oato upon a long and varied ex laoschek has never madl ftmd a fuller and mon art At the reports of the association were of said they had secured subscriptions for anewbuilding to the amount of Theyhave purchased a very desirable lot 80x64 feet and are going on with their preparations for putting up their build Parsons reported for the slate uni iecnred subscriptions their new building and that their membership was one of the Iowa Wesleyan of Mt Pleasant said their membership consisted of about sixty members that the association had peti tioned for rooms in the new chapel and that they were doing extensive evangel istic work in the surrounding towns and of reported a membership of sixty that for mis sionary and for state work had been aad that then had baan fifty the result of the evangeliitic work in the country near Recce reported for the Madison and Mr Kge for the Mucatine associa Then wen other reports from places when they have no organuations Development of OF AN seen by Owa April Fritz Sn recorder of Scott sui cided at five oclock Sunday His wife was startled by a mnfflad report in the room behind her chamber and found Susenmiehl lying on a sofa In his nightshirt was a bullet hole and on the floor beside the sofa lay a 38ialibrerevolver with one of the five chambers Many wild rumors are afloat aa to the cause of the but none can be traced to a reliable athough it is believed the affairs of Susenmiehla office had no part in the Susemiehl was flftv yeors old term as county having been deputy United marshal for the northern district of Iowa previous to He was formerly deputy sheriff of Scott He waa one of the most active aad prominent democrats in eastern SONS OF THK Orsanlnuoa of a ol the Order at April organi zation of the Sons of the Revolution for the state of Iowa was formed here Satur the anniversary of the fight at Lex ington The Epis copal bishop of the Iowa a mem ber of the New York society and chsp laiageneral of the Order of the Cincin waa chosen The original members of the Iowa organization repre sent in their ancestry three signers of the declaration of two mem bers of the Order of the Cincinnati and several officers and privates jt the conti nental NRW April The gale has driven the gulf water into Lake Pontchartrain to such an extent that the tidewater has covered the Shell roads leading to the Spanish fort and the west and also submerged the sparsely settled sections of the northeastern sub urbs of this doing some damage to About noon today the levee gave way just above the Sugar house or Wilkinsons Myrtle Grove and in twenty minutes the break waa fifty feet wide and the water wai pour ing through in an imiiitahle The levee at that some thirty miles below the city on the right was pretty high and much damage will result from the A No Correspondence of Tn weather for the past fifteen days bas been ee nice as anyone could wish in this part of the The farmers have improved the pleasant days and they are fairly well along with the spring The fruit trees are fast bringing forth their bods of promise and unless a hard freeze should come yet we have good prospect for all kinds of fruit We need a good rain and an hoping that Professor Roots numerous storm periods for wUl not all put by without giving us need not ap My as our people are somewhat preju diced against A raiiraat BtMceas masw April per sons ware fatally injured here yesterday by a falling bridge and fifty were serious ly The accident occured near a colored baptizing given by the Third Bap tist Hundred of people came to see the immersion of nineteen candidates and probably two thousand people were They lined the banks and the limestone bridge a hundred feet east of the baptismal held about six hun dred It consists of two one being over the There are foot bridges each The race foot bridge was one thousand people oc cupying The bridge has been weak and almost unsafe for some Elder Green had junt emerged from the water after having fixed his when a shout of horror went up from the as sembled The race foot bridge hsd carrying its human freight down fifteen The section breaking was ono hundred feet long and fifteen feet The continuous iron guard rail ing did not This caused the fall ing part to swing with an angle of forty five Coping stones thus fell Had the railing broken the stones would have fallen on the people and probably fifty would have been killed Those fatally injured were Margaret aged seventy Andrew need fiftyfive Chaihs aged All thesa are injured internally and have limbu broken son of ex Speaker had an arm broken in two A LAMP OAUSKS A BAD Bpeolal to THB HA April While living two miles north of this was looking after the stock Satur day the barn and contents caught fire from a lamp which she was Two valuable horses wen burned and the1 lady was seriously in The loss waa two thousand dol District was vaty good and con tainedmany suggestions that could be cardedoutto a vary good advantage He emphaainsd the benefit that is derived from district This topic waa very generally discussed and many practical ideas wen suggested in regard to raising On Per sonalPurity Watson had a paper that was vary which was fonowed by remarks regarding evfl bad Recces song was enjoyed very The last topic of Bibte Training presented by was especially discussed as to the fesmbittty of having theee classes in difficulties attending the ThlrtyDayB Special to Tin DM April telegram seat from this city has been going the to the effect that all s of the governor would now become laws because the limit of time given him in which to sign or veto them had This is a RU The governor has thirty days IB which to consider laws passed during the last three days of the OS Of amamant at the Open during Honee tat la the sae her yawn of these The paper on Wi Hpeolal to Tan DRS April state mine inspecton today received notice of the opening of three coal shafts at Aagne which promUe heavy returns Angus was formerly one of the principal coal mining towns in bat the mines were considered exhausted and nothing has been done for the past six MaeMWtTe Special to Tn April accord ance with an edict of Mayor of the city marshal dosed the saloons at Manawa An effort ia being made to dose the saloons en The action of Mayor Read is con FTTR STABLES Special to Tn Sioux April stables at driving park burned at an early hour this among which waa containing Bob Kneebs string of racers valued at By heroic work Kneebs saved all his best but seven common draft horses were The origin of the fln is not A DISASTROUS rOM AT April after noon boys dropped the ashes from cigars among shavings near tha wood working department of the Moline Buggy It was soon ablaae and the fln spread to the stock of the Sechler Buggy This was wholly destroyed as was wood and blacksmith of Moliae Buggy The latter company wfll lose former Theiasnr to AT BAWRBOL had a big blue Sunday It broke out in a meat market at 1 aad in afew thcdty was aglow with ita Having ao engine or other 1m BleBMBBj to combat fiery it aad baton aa hour had passed a black of business amuse wen ia Mar is a complete stock of meats building owned Clyde Detislentfs hanaadtwo tables April Murrey aad after lea in oeitheroadwith heart oUez was paralyaadby ft barber barber shop lose in sftS groetilssv Hetwic meat SpeeW to Tn Aprfl aew ork Among Boys govanmeMt was sworn in He said what everythiRg starts off with to do with the boys was an unsolved1 betokens a prosprous and lively wen harder todeal with for the latter an mon eaaftr bat the former presented to every time andrnmless this is they dissatisfled and seek entertain After a lively of this umvsaHoa adjourned for At 3 Parsons conducted a tattM for serfptan part of the 119th which waa nteresting and This warfoOowed by a paper on Comr andia this paper he remarked how Cirist bad sent oat a committee of two to heal the sick tad east out devfls so we find that workisose of the 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