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   Burlington Hawk-Eye (Newspaper) - April 23, 1890, Burlington, Iowa                                1 THE APRIL PEIIT DEnciiTic Erramn n BBDB OF IEPIE8EITATiya Presidents zoological bffl wu agreed to and the bill I now gou to the president I The District of Columbia appropria Ition bffl wu and after uexacu jtive seuioa the senate Capital The house committee on judiciary hu ordered a favorable report without cnr THE inr IEPDUUIRUI oniEinoi providing for the of wonted cloths u woolens referred to the com mittee of the that the house concur in the senate amendment to the worlds fair This being agreed to the bffl is finally passed and wffl be sent to the president for his The house then went into committee of the whole with of The president today ate the nomination of John of New to be major general of the United States army on the retired list The house committee on to day considered the request of com mercial travelers that combined railroad authorized to iuneBfluge WreckedState uveral cartridgu it Anfl died of panlyaVo subcommittee for further TKOCBLl in the chair on the legislative appropri ation in a brief explanation of the said in some of the bureaus of the departments there wu substan tially a civil pension It consisted o a number of old persons who had faith fully served the government in the past but who were no longer able to perform their They were carried on the but were of no service to the gov The committee on appropria tons had allowed an increase in the cleri cal force of the civil service commission substantially u requested by the com Dockery criticised the increase The bffl provided for the appointment of one hundred and fortyone new offlcen at a cost of Referring to the civil pension pension list he said in the departments there were employed three hundred and ninetyseven persons who were wholly or partially but who drew salaries amounting to April body of strik ing carpenters caused a riot in the sonth locked up and a police sergeant is under the physicians seriously hurt Bomenonunion carpenters were pur to work on Wallace near HUB The strikers tried to in duce them to quit work and when argu ments failed the riot Police Sergeant Begley when he wu set upon and beaten by the An alarm was sent to the nearest police sta tion and a detachment of police wu sent out and succeeded in arresting about fifty of the The rest es caped but the police are hunting for The nonunien men in the mean time dropped their tools and THE STRIKE OF MAT April republi can state central coaaittee hu been in seaion ell the Every district wu represented either by person or by There wu considerable rivalry over the location of the next Representatives of Cedar Rapids Sioux City and Du Moines made urgen appeals for the convention and when the balloting commenced it wu hard to tell who would get The offers from all were about First ballot Cedar Rapids Sioux Du Moines Dnbuque Second ballot Cedar Rapids Sioux here and wu around neu all oclock he wu house in the rear of oa some children saw a and when supper CUM wu found lauda nt thehonseonhis with Two Special to TBX City Des Moines Third ballot Cedar Rapids Sioux City Des Moines Fourth ballot Cedar Rapids Sioux City Des Moines Fifth bsllot Cedar Rapids Sioux Des Moines ut for the location on the extreme western border every one would be satis fied with the result of the last ballot as Sioux City will take good care of the Des Moines does not feel Sioux Aprfl acrddmt occurred at Boon tail MOT Sioux City by Cash and John of were badly hurt Both weu IIB KULBIl WML IU1ED1 to upon and to anyUiniTthaTtlMT thne flnd that i CRT FOR train and were thrown the entire train passing over Both lose a leg Cash ii badly hurt and Bay Special to In April fourth year of our drought begins to grow monotonous Lut year and year before there were showen enough to nuke good but there was not rain enough to wet the The year before that wu wnnuT Thii spring thus far hai been dryer than any of and yet the small grain is coming up and the gran ia Regard to The postauter general hu iuned dr cular to all the giv wtiee of the plan to f ound at Wash ngtonaauseuB of everything pertain ing to the postal service particularly typical of the prialtive of the serviceold saddle old and postmarks and mark ing tools in fact almost everything asso ciated with the portal service of Former as the circular below Bore sets out foUy slow start OhfMUons to ABM tonight years ex convention on The for He believed there should be new blood in the Fifteen hundred clerks could be discharged at a savine o a of quoted from a speech delivered by Cannon and usei as a campaign declaring th republican party devoted to the country and if it came into ad minister the government with greate economy and greatly reduce erpendi He then quoted from the civil service plank of the republican party and president E arrisons letter of accept But the republican party had gone back on its promise and he wanted to call the attention of the country to the civil service pretensions of the ad Allen recalled a story as show ing a republican opinion of the adminis It was to the effect that meet ing a republican and asking him what he thought of it he received the follow ing renly Wnnny runs the Baby rune the White damn here we Bland addressed himself to the dis cussion of the monetary He had never regarded this questim as a an address to wffl be glad to get workers and sympathizers with the pro1 representation was fixed at one ior f He says In ac1 county and one for each two hun cordancp with a resolution of the Boston I and a fraction over a hundred votes convention of the American Federation of April nents of annexation of the snburi we have no wfll receive and forward to the de partment all contributions made to the There ought to be in existence in Bur lington and vicinity many relics of the early days of the postal little ap by the owners but which would be very desirable and valu able additions to the proposed museum lomuii mmun n tem loUowing named of thimn work Hviag WayMany Ltvu The anat uked the Mte April received the following from Martin Glenn at Bayou Sara dated to day We have been overwhelmed no Old mail of abandoned pat editions of portal storm and rain and erevasees an ous along the front The old Morgania ut uuwr poeiai books or essays onportal old drcn7ars7bbakT old newspapers and advertisements relating to postal busi and other papers of a postal char in printing or uJ of old or wagone Portraits of postal either of the present or former f envelopes with paid stamp of post Barter used to prepay Dostaee before the national of annexe of on the Labor to select the trade to make a demand for the enforcement the the eight hour work day MajTfirst executive council have de parly but from the fact that the re publicans were holding caucus after cau cus it would seem they were going to make it Let the bill be brought in as any other business bill might be brought not under the gaglaw of the He then proceeded to speak in favor of unlimited coinage of silver and characterized the Windom bill as a de monetizing If the bill was not brought before the let the respon sibility rest where it on Sec retary who assumed to frame the bill to tall the country that unless the bill passed there should be no silver Eerr suggested when the demo crats controlled the house in the fiftieth congress it had not passed an unlimited coin Cannon replied to Dockerys criti In view of the record of the last administration and the last congress it seemed the gentleman had swallowed a camel then and was now straining at a In the fiftieth congress there were created 085 offices with an aggeegai penditure of The inc of salaries made by the pending of te ex increase bill was rom the striking carpenters and con factors association met with Mayor Sullivan this afternoon and after a five hour conference reached an agreement which settles the eighthour The contractors agree to pay competent car penters and joiners thirty cents an hour and concede eight hours a About nve hundred men wffl resume work to THE CARPENTERS ITEM IN PORTLAND April strik ing carpenters remain firm in their de termination to make the contractors yield to their demand for eight The bricklayers and plasterers are also out and building in this city is almost at a THE BROTHERHOOD OF BAILBOAD TAKE A April Brother MOUM fey a Special to Tn DBS April cided that the United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Painters of America to be shall name the It appears that the power and influenca of the employing and corporate classes of the country are to be concentrated to defeat the which seeks not only to improve the condition of the but which will nnd and consequently save from and dispair hundreds of thousands of our idle fellow men and In view of this situation it will ba necessary for th wageworkers and their friends of Amer ica to rally with greater unanimity o purpose than ever before to concentrate all their efforts to counteract and over come the action of our They nust voluntarily contribute their mite o place at the disposal of the American Federation of Labor a sum of money sufficient to meet all This evening Gompers addressed a mass meeting in He denounced as lepers the nonunionists who were now taking the places of the striking carpenters of SETTLED AT April committee were cut for governor lut This gives Du Moines county The total number is nine hundred and sixty The date of convening was fixed for June Considerable other important business to be Among other things will be the recommendation of an entire new system of clou organiza tion of the The memben all feel confident of victory and are encouraged over the Davenport have been advised by John C Bills that it will be uHleas to attempt to enjoin the but that if carries the the the action might be ground that the mode of taxation pro exempting exceeding ten acres from city is A Ba Special to THE HAwxEn April of our colored population were baptised in Big creek north of the railroad bri at the We would suggest as which would be highly valuable and the old hat in which the first postmaster in these ear ned the mail which came weekly to a point seven or eight miles here fromRoek an ornamental piece of u well u interest ing would be the old dry box which constituted the first sit uated in a storebuildinglat the corner of Court and Water prepay postage issue of postage introdnction and use of such local stamps or Old postoffice and age envelopes of abam patterns and north of the railroad bridge on lnd Wtter The auto 2 of onr of Lowe and Major S second and thM Me THB WORK OF A PSMMBcnTnlsi DltekM at Dee this morning as passenger train 2 wu leaving the city and reached Eut Thir teenth street an accident happened which injured a number of people It was caused by some penon pulling the switch after the engine and one car had passed Two can were derailed and one turned over in the There were eight or gen in this coach them were more or up and some considerably of received and iruises around the E M of on her way to Chicago iruises on the shoulder and Mrs Carrie from on her road brUiMd nested the Zroaa Correspondence of April mad dogs were killed eut of town lut week Three men are said to have been bitten and also several valuable Mr Leary is building an addition to resi Erautzer hu erected a new house on the west sideJoe of the young settlement would be appropriate Of course some of but they fflus or photo graphs of existing postoffice or postal or mail towns or villages exist Anything calculated to show the difficulties attendant upon the carriage tal business in newly settled the Old relics and levee Send a boat at once to save the people or there may ou of Governor Nichols at with the owners of the steamer Arthur Lambert and then at Batten and the started immediately for Polate Coupu with barges to render Other boats wffl be sent up tonight Governor Nichols wu interviewed eveaiac and stated that Captain dent of the International Transportation had placed two with at his them and they are now enroute for Mor operation of April died today frou the neat reaovingtwofalut Which he had The betrothed wife of young nun an eetiaable was recently visiOnx hie The BeBbera of both ftBUto wen The chaps Botherww daulad by thi breeding and elegance of her prospectiv Strange to ho day after young girl had visit the BotheV calledherwn spoke gravely to him about proBtod me into her room and BT graphed Colonel Wholock and ommiction ten and trees around MUUBD wu uic wcab I I o stein wffl put up two new dwellings onflm I ipenntondent of foreign east election tewkobl board 10Ul Saturday resulted as foUows President Jsmes Cole Neuel and trees have recently been set out in Central park hu set out a row of the Infirmary United States consul at Colon Republic of has dTiied the that a we foUowing notice was promulgated at Colon on the 1st of March last vizY By order of the director general of Posts and of the I 7 e public aat on important Sveeral I 7 e public aat cor merchants talk of putting Tfaplate slw SSi recdved f n I office addressed Q is along Main S HAWKEYE fOBWAKDBD car of the switch wu done by some penon bent I oata for upon wrecking the The target of Iwu Bent rom Northwood to the desti the switch was all right It seems the an ad of an the switch iron bar was missing was attached MKN to the by means of which a man lying at the side of the track couid succeed in pulling the switch even after the engine and one car had passed The man was not found but the iron bar A delay of several hours was the result John the en says it was undoubtedly foul play and he saw the Ban at the side of the but thought him drunk and But for the support of the telegraph pole more of would have been the coaches hood of Railroad Trainmen have taken up the case of the Various meetings have been held throughout the one was only The increase of salaries made in the fiftieth congress wu of criticised the republicans in the house for not bring ing in a bffl for the settlement of the silver question and thus relieving the op pressed people of the Grosvenor said the anxiety mani fested on the democratic side in regard to the popularity and success of the ad ministration wu the best sign that the republican side ought to be satisfied with the Speaking of the civil service he said he could not believe the law and its administration wu approved by onefifth of the mem bers of either house of He wu told there were on the eligible list enough young men and women to fill places for twentyfive yean to Yet the young men and women of his district were oajoUed and urged to spend time and money in being when the men who issued the invitations knew the chances were not one in a thou sand that they would get a position Lodge defended the civil service law and resented its being characterized u a humbug and a Without finishing the bffl the commit tee rose and the house a held by the Brotherhood of Trainmen ohnntBkeB in the fireman They not only resolved to dine to the switchmen in their but also adjusted1 of their own to A Hook DIMOVCN Body to SAN April G B0n of PoUce sergeant Harry was jostled off a car on its way to Bakers Beach and thrown under the They oassed over the one and a crnsV ing them into a The youthTwho TUX to the His reported for and plsce to yiew the un dentified never for a moment imagining that he would gazeTon the mangled corpse of his own The scene which followed wu strong parent went into and had to be led from the The mother of the lad on being informed of the sad event was so prostrated that she is not expected to recover from the dictments by the federal grand Each wu releueti on bail of 500 to appear for trial oalthe charge trailer of the in the south AT A oettnetcr Dank USASWWB Special to Tn April who secured the contract for furnishing the stone for the new Maryjs tower in this has been the recipient of the following note from some unsuccessful bidder madison Iowa mr Zeigh you took a contract for Work on the church her lower than any other man and if you bring one foot of stone in this town i WlS your Property SOB dark night and iWfll lay for you you dutch and shoot Zeigh will pay a liberal reward for the apprehension and conviction of the In the meantime he will proceed to carry out his contract Mtoer South ALrrTLaBoT At Lemsrs a little Nicky was playing around a bonfire of burning rubbish when his clothes caught flre art he was badly burned about the lower He was not fatally A BODY body oi from her was Aspinwall turned to the office from which it came u being The geographical and The postal agent JUAN PBBNZTT At the solicitation of the the execution of the so far u it relates to correspondence of the United wu temporarily Conse quently there is no reason to suppose that articles mailed in conntryup tn addressed for Without involving the department in any it is desired that every postmaster shall take such steps in his will be best calculated to give publicity to this and to cany out its general ient in accordance with tha notice should be securely wrapped and forwarded by registered under penally envelope or addressed to Postmaster accompanied by a letter of ad vice giving the facts in the Care must be taken not to send any work of postal JOHN Postmaster M Bnu SA complimentary rete wu given on the Bourse this after noon by the Society of in honor of The royal family took an active THE FRENCH FOHCBS PABIS April Temps says the French forces made an attack upon the position held by the Daiomians near Porto They were compelled to retreat after thirty French soldien and twenty of their native allies were killed or The loss to the Dahomians Old is every tint of silk and occurred inithe Atchafalaga enough11 Harry111 five abSvi hart on Sin the other at my you never knew of a girl of real nflnement to get herself upfittat I feel certain that somethW that lacu in this A DISASTROUS April protec tion levee in front of Vedalia broke submerging a number of The Concordia levee gave way at five U fifteen feet wide and the water is going through like a null break wffl flood the lower postion of Concordia parish and cannot fail to be woooauw Hie a CBBBlaa April sensational of Frank Woodruff which was so generally published last autumn and which amon other things stated was FOBEI8S STRIKE April The Wittkowitz n home in OUumwa a week yesterday She suicided while temporarily She a hus band and three Graves on of Delaware cdunty a few days aao Pfrty who caught him hto ffa who kept him a nndcliverable on account of imperfect By direction of the postmaster general Acting Supt Foreign The information contained in the above otiflcation should be given every oossi ble publicity April to tronbl arising from the embezzlement of a mil by toa of the can ton of all the memben of the Canton government have CONSUL MATTHEWS April the 5w PPointed American consul at Colon Republic of Colum may be properly addressed to avoid the consequences indicated by the Col umbian postal LOWBH General Superintendent Office of tn Clin Friday evening last the residence April Cock rell offered a resolution which wu agreed directing the superintendent of census to communicate to the senate the forms of lules and regulations adopted by him for obtaining statistics tofern resolution heretofore offered for an increase of the treunrV coinage of silver wuprS eentedaadEustisBoved M u addition to it the further resolution that frse coinage of silver isusential to aaonnd financial policy and wu demanded bv all great Interests of the couatrT and that therefore all the limitinV the coinage Plumb over silver ought be courtmar tial of Commander McCalla of the En a began today at the Brooklyn navy The charges pre ferred are those reported by the recent court of and included severe and cruel treatment and the violations of the articles of government of the McCalla entered a formal plea of not guilty to all the charges and apecifica tions and made a formal request for copies of all courtsmartial held on the Enterprise during her and also CRBBTOHa OKAM for the Sew7 Bpectel to Tn April for the Wne gnu palace were today pre untod to the association Woodruff and a provide for a palace Architect The plans the size of the old one with an immense a tower and aa elevated It will have additional floor space for sev eral new counties that have come into the Postofflce Department eral Superintendent Gen Washine was received with the customary cere mony by the authorities of the citF April Cairo dtv flour owned by Gallhager w ne Irish National in Woodruffs handed a sum on money to Martin one of Cronins murder has been entirely discredited by the uthorities States Attorney Long in dismissing the charge of murder against thus referred to this sensational contusion The state has no evidence to impli cate the defendant in the Cronin mur the statement of confession of Woodruff We after a full come to the conclusion that the confession was wholly fabricated by the prisoner and that he had no con nection whatever with the Cronin mur The state not prosecute Woodruff upon this indict ment To an Associated Press representative today States Attorney Longnecker said I am satiified Woodruffs confession or In a great rage at Bothers impu tation Harry left the When he returned he did not recur to the subject and mother refrained from broaching it though her whole manner indicated her conceTnag her A week how the girl eloped with an advuntnnr I should always Hands doubt a lady who could not take pride in fine and tive that no modest girl ever wore a jew could not be the gift of her father or and she would certainly not buy it HoroBe A A rather curious anecdote is told about to appeat ia 8t then famous opera house that stqod where the Grand Opera house now night a severe snow traffic wu admit that at the begin ning we credited it so much that it great ly misled and hampered us working out the we in the The fact have now ucer a dated the 15th to this office from the acting superintendent of foreign mails The German office hu called atten tion to the circumstance that very many newspapers received in the mails from the United States cannot be delivered bv aion of having been budding is m the heart of thedtr and cut from the sheet on if they had succeeded a disutrouscon which they wero or because the tgration would have been the remit printing wu done so imperfectly u to APPODTTED RAILROAD wuuer the address almost The Gennan office sngguts that the use of a larger label on newspapen ad dressed for delivery in foreign conntrLs would partially remedy the or at leut facilitate the rapid handling of the Woodruff simply manufactured this whole story in hope that prof sued knowledge of the greater crime might secure him immunity for the lesser of fense of hone I aa utisfled I now that he knew nothing about and had nothing to do with the Cronin mur der in any story wu simply the cunning subterfuge of an in veterate liar and amateur horu thief We are going to send him to the peni tentiary for A FTRB IN SAN April fie in On Monday storm came and Miss Herons carriage was upseTon the way to the the snow be ing several feet The hearing that at eight oclock there was no one in the stopped in the mid dle of her donned a wrapper and went up to satisfy She glanced at the desolate and for the first time in her life realized that she could not draw against a Missouri But stay wu that dark object in the center of the parquet Bent on she went out in front and discovered that the lonely ob jact was a Have you a home uked ab A wife and family Then why ia the name of all that is didnt stealing if del we T Circillted gaud at the actreu a moment and replied Miss I leader of the The full antilicense ticket wu elected in Longaount The attempt to establish government aray through the canteen system not insurance AN OLD HOTEL Special to Tn 2S d April old City hotel took flre about three o clock this morning and wu totally de ihort of the oldest in the having Braive Bpmtel to Tn the courts man and cided to on Commander Crou wu de f or the The best salve in the world for salt chapped and all skin and tiveiy cures or no pay isenaranteedtogive perfect satisfaction and pod It t utogive Mitchell to eddrus the MitckeU iflilieusil Tim in favor of tky ooutttntional aBendmeat proposed for tte election of earn byfiopnlar Already fifteen WBoney Price box For mt HMITVI Arag storai Aprfl Bonths aa artnian well christened has poured forth thonaandsof gallons of water per hour inanuncon torrent and wu ofthe A second has broke out two miles southeast of the tojrffling the well a and IB toe casing from water did not move it the well in being unable to K wffl bring the above to carrying are investigating the caseV the attention of the patrons of their re spective and division superintend ents wffl please take such action u will acquaint the publication having foreign with the advisability of a compliance with the suggestion from the German office above referred Tail is a subject deserving of special at u there can be no doubt but that pulled The rias to the surface but spread through layer of quick boiath th fordag in way up through way up through Uu sofl forBiag tandredi of eSi a lake u wu tke former Um changes were iatke ooaetitatioa Ill inrtauls LJ up logically to the ThepruenteyateBof electing aamaton he declared onrepabliean and ItwuiatteporpauaC the that tor IB CKld NEW April Flint late this afternoon received a dispatch from BuenuAyru conveying theiatel of a strong decline ia gold quota tions at that A drop from to U 56 took place yesterday and a fnr decline to occurred a of wells in the the water can be shut it to feared up and no vacant houses in A Shelby of the cL IB a ptffiHar aananr iri I a very considerable quantity of mail of the newspaper never reaches the because of the illegibility and of the laall in general and is true of domestic u well u foreign The method of addressing mail a origin of the flre is FIRK AT apjcui to Tn April Fire destroyed a frame building at the rear of John Mulls meat Small HAIIiBOAD Tke KSUM MTeme Hail way April the United States district court today Judce Foster on the application of the Union and Mercantile Trust of New ordered a sale of the Kaniu and Texu railroad under aort gages held by the trust ii over which the department hu no but it is deemed practi cable to present the above extract and suggestion to the attention of the ia order that it may be understood the the delivery of the aafl cannot ba in sured unless the same is dearly and leg IWy Acting General The following letter hu been received I from the within u of the but wfflao Aprfl from Dallu say two wall known Kitt Walsh and Henry got into a dispute vesterdav about of land andTdes perate fight in which Walsh newly levered Owens head froa body brier killing him in WaUhwu fatally injured by fromahoe in the of KAHSAS April year MO today Oklahoma became a part of the public The anniversary event wu fittingly celebrated throughout the In every city public were held to give expression to the feel of the At Oklahoma City instead of rejoicing wu mourning over the death of Captain His funeral occurred at noon and it brought together a large concourse of Today had been decided upon by the Cherokee Boouen u a fitting to move upon the Cherokee No raid the settlers hav ing determined to obey President Harri son e order to keep off the Indian 187 more liquor licenses have been anted this year than last in Pitts Restriction doesnt rutriat Inmates of the Soldiers Home in Vir ginia sent to congress a petition signed by four asking for prohibitory legislation of u president of the hu written a letter to the King of thanking him for the recent proclamation prohibiting the manufacture and sale of intoxicantsi u a until they were formally opened to set tlement by painful sickness to robust and th marks an epoch in the life of the Such a remarkable event is treasured in the memory and the agency whereby the good health hu been attained grate fully Hence it is that so much is heard in praise of Electric So many feel they owe their restoration to health to the use of the Great Alterative and cities receive annually oqer paid into sa by the For every dollar paid ia for license about oVl lars are paid out by the sa loon all good gownnuat and all edncationalinfl A champion o April telegram that had been raised for a tournament to be held in to be called the worlds inter national Haalon wffl go into training at once to take part u dou also you are troubled with Liver or Stem and If any disease of of long or short wffl surely find relief by use of Electric Bit tpSoW at 50c and per bottle at Henrys drug Harvard said the who i rack ing the peiat deep in thought thightoned peoptalivemiteior nplied the j me chaaieaHj n can low down people live m a baseBent cant they mat Cusp enrollinc clerk of theKen tacky aaat a IWit adnel to editor ofthe that Cuspbell had left di waea he recently want away Cuspbell to kffl Davis oa sight if the duel froB Au is de wonder if there an any aenta He 1t sad to t wffl be a tare with that ofcoajw MotterIte you allow Cosuagain to ate Bertha I kteu me only waea starts Dieatvv How many times to leave last night tfteen 1 by Major Martin from the departaeat and thcee having in the Republic of Colombia would do wen to heed suggestions Office of Wuhiag D March iadleated in Byjeport to tke prui June April froB Aprfl Barry in the sea the Ugh aadoccupeate a dozen poinB in Minnesota and Dakota con everything wu crop yew in Da that rain died this evealag of great benefit to the e grea ene to te Seeding tafroB onehalf to botwitaiaafew the goremBent BOMB report nauenafly dry u far u ofthe portal States froB its and practieaUy Aaoteut Dont yon completed in others and the ratt wfll aid the sky hu let down a BaMriaQf te getting a good start It is not xat u roads PoadV Kztaet le mS ing of rate OB those parti of the 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