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   Burlington Hawk-Eye (Newspaper) - April 25, 1890, Burlington, Iowa                                THE BURLINGTON ESTABLISHED FRIDAY APKIL PRICE 15 CENTS PER NO eicn SIPS iHEiTID DEBiTE H THE HOUSE 01 TIE of and of Ably Argue U The Silver BillttoBeral WaahinrtoB April house after the transaction of some nnim portant business went into committee o the whole of in the chair on the legislative appropriation bill When the clause appropriating salaries for the civil service commission WM reached of New scad the point of order that it WM not prop erly in the bill SB the commission ws neither nor jn After some debate the point o order WM A motion b of to reduce the ber of commissioners from three to one WM M WM also one by Per of exempting the exsol diers from provisions of the civil service of Tennessee moved to strike out the entire He desired the government to run on business prin ciples desired to see merit but he did not believe in this fifth whee to the Furthermore the com mission WM under indictment and no appropriation should bo made until the committee charged with the investiga tion hade a of New an nounced nimself a civil service reformer without of denounced the civil service It he conceived in Bin and forth in Pendleton was its George William Curtis its and Dorman B Eaton its nurse and clout Lehlbach of New Me Comas of and Cutcheon of opposed Houks of opposed the theory of civil Rervice Mr of was opposed to the construction and operation of the present while he favored reform of said Houk was out of joint with the sentiment of his party as expressed in the of said under the civil service law intelligent men did not vole for the It WM the dudes that were going in under the prefionl of characterized the motion as an iff rt to do by indirection what neither great political party had a desire or c mruge to do of made a vigorous speech in favor of civil service reform Mr of opposed of said civil service reform had come to stay and the political party that deserlei it wnuld not stay in power and ought It is pot true that this administration has not en forced the President Harrison is enforcing it and thals what the matter is with the of earnestly op posed the motion to strike If the republican party was pledged to one sin gle thing more than another it WM a maintenance of the civil service It wao not only according to the tenets of the republican party but according to the best sentiment o the republican party throughout the United It sustained by the best sentiment of thu while republicans anddem ooraU alike The republican party must take ni backward Butter worth endorsed every word bis bad Nothing smack ed of monarchial forms so much M the spoils The motion to strike out WM Cl io pending further action tbe committee rose and the house ad Hoar Bill A XlaatloB April 94 the senate today the house bill to transfer the revenue cutter service to the navy de WM again taken up and the amendments reported from the com mittee naval affairs agreed Hoar then reported from the com mittee on privileges and the bill to amend and suppliment the elec tion laws and tri provide for more effici ent enforcement of the Pugh said every democratic mem ber cf the committee opposed a favorable report of this bill he appoints republican supervisors to oversee state thereby insulting and degrading these state It is subversive of the fundamental principles of local self If the bill becomes a Its execution will insure the shedding of blood and the destruction of the peace and good order of the Boar replied that the bill is in sub stancea modification and perfection of the system which hM been a law in tbe United States for many years and which hu secured in the main honest elections and honest cnunts in the city of New before sixty thousand fraudulent naturalization papers had gone out from judges within three days before the The bill is but an assertion of the constitutional nower which expressly asserted that the United States may regulate the manner of elect ing the members of its own congress or alter the regulations in a The consideration of the revenue cut ter bill WM resumed and flhermaa op posed The land forfeiture bill WM then taken up M unfinished and the amendments reported from the commit tee on public lands were agreed Berry moved to amend first of the bill by striking out the word now and inserting the words within the time specified in the act of congress meting the ef fect of the he would be not only to forfeit portions of land opposite to liaM not now constructed but would forfeit lands granted the railroad companies the lisas were not completed with in the time nxed in the act aad iaaubM qontcxtcasioa of it After debate aaMndmaat waa the republicans voting ia the ered tod laid om the table aad the i adjourned April M fadenl by taator Hoar supervisor alleging thereis dagger tha unless the election is guarded it will no be fair and it shall he the duty of the Judge of the United States district court to open court for purpose of transacting all business pertaining to registration or election matters M Buy by any United States then be The court shall be alway open for the transaction of such business until the second day succeeding the elec tions and tbe judge may exercise his power in open court or in the chambers The chief supervisors nay verify the registration lists and in any dty of fifty thousand inhabitants or upwards ma cause a house to house but m inquiries shall be Blade M to the politi cal opinions of any Every per son charged with any duty with to any election of a member of congress who shall commit any fraud thereon be liable to a fine of not exceeding or to imprisonment not exceeding five or The same penalty ii provided for bribery or attempted bribery of aucwa BataUMta April 24 Tel ler today introduced a bill M a snbeti tute for the Jones silver bill now on the senate NBW Among the nominations sent to the senate today by the president were the ollowing postmasters Anamosa Asa John aa agent at the Santee Indian Nebraska Receivers of rablic of Nebraska Jamas of Nebraska Registers of and K of Nebraska John Broken KERBS TRANSPORTATION BILL of today reported to he house a bill to prohibit the trans portation of intoxicating into any state or territory contrary to the law of such tate or TO INQOTBB INTO ALLEGED VIOLATIONS OV THB INTERSTATE COMMERCE The bill reported favorably by Senator to day from the committee on nterstate gives the interstate lommerce cammiesion authority to prosecute inquiries into allaged viola ions of the by means of special genti to be appointed by tbe comrnis ion and who shall have power to ad mit ister oaths and send for persons and THE SILVER Chairman of the coinage com today introduced in the house lie bill agreed upon by the republican aucns last It was referred to the oinage which will have a pedal meeting tomorrow to act upon iie BAIUiOAD Will Comply With DBS April railroad of cial from who was a caller at he fflce of tbe railroad commissioners stated that the general managers f tbe Iowa lines have decided to hold a onference soon to determine upon their ourse regarding the joint rate bill assed by the last general The ficial said that in Ms opinion its pro ioions would be carried out in good sith by the EB PACIFIC RAILROAD FUNDING BILL WASHINGTON April 24 house ommittee on Pacific railroads today ompleed the details nf the considera on f the pending bll to secure the unding of the indebtedness of the Pa fie railroads to the The mend ments made this morning are of mall bring principally to make clearer the principles of the meas the exception of the one ex mding from seventyfive to one hundred earn period during which the Can Pacific company may extend the life their first mortgage bonds in the event t The new embodying 11 tte amendments made by the com will be prefaced and submitted to be full commluee at its next meeting for WILL ADOPT DKFFBRKNTIAL April 24 the western nade of the Central Traffic Association ave written to Chairman greesng to insert in their rate sheets the efferential fares of the eastern lines he Missouri Pacific also acceded to the April 24 this mornings inference of the N onPartisan Christian emperance Union a clause WM inserted i the constitution by which no officer t the association is allowed to do any ampaign work for any political party holding This is tbe first me such a clause lias been adopted by ny similar body The name of the as ociation was also changed to Womans NonPartisan Christian Tem erance Marx Bommd peolal to Tarn April Marx and in ail here charged with the murder of enry were taken to Steamboat ock to day and arraigned for prelimin ry hearing Both prisoners waived ex mination and were bound over to the istrict court in bonds of A BlaatlmvUla pedal to Tarn April Henry dealer in groceries and pro made a voluntary assignment his and appointed 8 Campbell I this place M labilities about Sumptor a long ontinued sickness is the cause for the assignment April 24 aged a member of a land of gypsies encemped at uring a quarrel with wife this morn while shot and killed le then attempted to shoot his ho WM sleeping beside the but He then siot infecting fatal is no night or Jfftftien teettt mfferit g from ob 1 tbe ptln tkat we When bitter noon at last allow woe cane rnm uid From 1M4UU TtTMMl April In thehaueof immons today the bill extending the modus Vivendi with the United States or another year pitied iti third acd final There WM hudly any op vnto Wlnslows Bootklnr je mi d forcbUdren It soothes tke all beat nmttrtat April notable wedding to day WM that of ThoemM raltonlo Mies Birdie daughter of K As elegant recap wfll be Dont elm than Is a eon for eaUnh lylCteaai Bate has fiivr1 IN ULLIOIS OF BOLliBS WORTH OF DilifiE D01E TO FEfiFiLE PLUIATlOIt A Desolate gceie at Bayou the Unfortunate Suf from Tarioot Poiata on the Nxw April States Engineer Douglass telegraphed that Point Pleasant in Tenias gave way this The water from no overflow a greater part of the Captain John superinten dent cf the Texas and Pacific speaking of the Morganza saye This is one of the worst calamities that could befall the residents of this state and yet it could have been averted if the people had only made an effort They are to blame for they are creat ng a great hubbub about sending relief up there and all that sort of while efore the difaster occurred they teemed utterly unaware of tbe impending dan If need they should have raised to hold levee and it could lave been and would have been well as there is MX worth of property that will now be rretrievably which a little display of energy would certainly have THE SITUATION AT NEW NBW April 24 break noldMorgaszt ia now four hundred eet wide and fifteen feet A cargo nf stone has been sent from this city and effort will be made to matrass the ends and thus prevent further destruction The overflow water from the which caused much inconvenience to people in the rear of the seventh and wards in this since Sunday aet is gradually It is re ported at the Texas and Pacific office hit the water is gradually over flowing heir tracks between Biton Rogue junc ion and The New Orleans and Texas railroad better known the Mississippi Valley has been the greatest so by the over railroads have not been af ected to any great extent A PICTURE OF BAYOU April 24 re ief steamer Dacotah reached here yes erday Sha had madn a trip to oint and had come back to Bayou Ber arrival was a godsend 0 the people whose lives were ia jeopar for she lias not only saved a large mount of bit a great many The entire front of Points loupee is under water and most of the evees have No pen is equal to f task of picturing tne devastation of e country or the desolation of the peo The small stretches of levee still landing are crowded with women and fide by with hois mules and Hundreds of Hves are 1 In an old gin house five bun red negroes were found huddled to Their condition was be damage in the flooded districts is in A Texas and Pacific boat ucceedel yesterday in saving two hun red people from the back country round and desolation meets lie sye on every tide in the Fointe Coupee The destruction is com Not a plantation is left above rater not a levee while bun redi of families are Thou ands of stock have been and rom meager reports received from the nterior it is quite probable that human fe has been sacrificed to tbe landing on the deck of the relief learner last the full xtent of tbe disaster could be seen Grouping together on little knolls be ween the broken levees through which le water rushed with ungovernable were scores of both white nd black some with babies ia tbeir while others had doss secured by Many of them bad nothing else n tba world except tbe clothes they rore on their When the iscovered a scene like this the stsge was wung out and the stricken ones taken Equally as sad a scene was that f dumb cattle standing in the actually starving HEAVY BAINS April eaviest rain this season fell in the last orty eight hours through the the past thirty hours the rain fall ere is four and onehalf and still A FATAL Judge by Barred and County Clerk Woodruff and Csunty Clerk of Conway were placed on the Ferguson produced the poll book and bdlots of Cotton ttd White River townships for the election in 1888After some exami nation the committee adjourned until to A Uw fm TkMr While tv 8mvs BUBIBB BmlM April uilding occupied by the Unicorn Silk lanufacturiog company of New York rarned early this While fire men were at work trying to save the tore rooms and engine house an explo ion of vitrol and other acids took nd before they could escape several cf heir number were caught by falling walls and many injured by flying he following dead have been taken rom the ruins John Joseph and two otber who are Ulysses Gaorge Charles and Michael Mor gan were fatally Many others rere injured The fire WM finally controlled after inflicting damage mounting to on the on and on Partially BURNED TO April aged sixty was fatally urned and wife burned to death ia their residence last bight AN XLETATOB pedal to TBB April 24 broke out at torthey Harrisons one block south of the depot and in spite of all efforts to save the building it burned o the together with one north f it owned by fire riginated in the engine houM in the rear f There being no water ear the fire department WM almost MwedcMand could only use he loss wfll nearly iasurcnce about IB BAH Airil M Oae of the most severe shocks of earthquake terienoed here for a long tine WM felt a this city and neighboring localities a little after 8 this Buildings were ahakea and penons aroused from their aleep PlMtering fell from walls ia bat mo ssrious daman ii re ported yet A dispatch Mayfield states that the shock WM very severe The railroad bridge WM rendered M the raty feet aettied four aad the rails spread apart a foot roaad ia placM settled aix to twelve BaQroad travel WM delayed a lama April eppoiated to thaal April A special to the Journal from says a conference hM bsen called to consider the demands of the Union Pacific train men for an increase of pay and nearly al the officials are now at The train men are and if some solution is not reached a strike will taking in the Texss and the Oregon Short the Kansas Pacific and the Union Pacific MANY LABOBKBB WILL April 24 who has long held a prominent place among the socialistic labor agitators of this and who ia now a tenement home inspector and statistician of the health hM compiled a table of figures of the number of laboring people in this city who will either strike for eight hours on the first of May or be made idle by strikes in collateral indus tries on which they According to this table the number of wage male and who will not be at work at that time reaches the surprising aggregate of This calculation covers only the city M it WM previous to last years annexation of the towns of Hyde Lake Lake and The importance of this statement will be apparent when it is stated that the town of Lake alone con tains people directly affected by ths strike now Of this ereat are males and 24 000 Tie number of firms in volved is BVEBYBODY TVILii April It was originally tbe intention of the American Federation of Labor that tie carpenters only should at present make a demand for the eight hour bat developments today and yesterday show that other trades are not likely to conform to the instructions of President Nearly every prominent trade of the city through its declared its intention to also demand the eight hours day on May Gompers desired the other trades to hold cff and contribute finan cially to the carpenters association un til the latter had gained their point then the other trades to come in turn by But President Gjwpers circlar letter has been entirely disregarded and in addition to the the stock yards and packing house gas iron stair mill and harness makers have al ready declared their intention to fight and their example is likely to be followed by the shoe plasters cornice makers and other MINERS STRIKE AT Pa April 24 hun dred miners in the Smithton district stiuck today for the Columbus scale and nearly one thousand coke ovena are closed down ILLINOIS MINERS Ap il 34 convention of delegates representing the cotl miners of southern Illinois is in session at Eiat St Louis under the auspices of the United Miners Workers association rf Ameri A new scale of prices foi day work ers ia the southern Illinois mines has been it being an advance of twentyfive percent over the present A icale for piece workers of like character will be agreed Ar rangements are also to be made for the establishment of an eight hour day sys There is no talk of a the dele gates being of the opinion that the oper ators will grant their demands without The report of the wage scale com mittee was adopted this morning declar ing the miners of southern will atand by the scale made by the Cjlum bus The national executive board is invited to sent organizers into the district and invite the joint operators to join the WITH THK Drata of If in gbBltB M Car Special to THB HAWXBTV April Evaline daughter of our venerable and honored townspeople Mr and Mrs Jack son Shnltz and sister of C M and W J of the Joe died last aged She WM a popu lar and estimable young lady and her protracted and intense suffering had aroused the sympathies of all oar DIED AT A BIPB OLD Adril 24 Reynolds did at Pine Hill 110 years He was bnru in Hawkins in 1779 Speelal to THB 111 April Consider able indignation is manifest among sportsmen at this place concerning the work of pot fish hunters in Crooked in Hancock and Me Donpngh Crooked a prolific traverses three counties and high waters have brought able same fish into the Unscru fellows have been seining recently taking out many of the best flsh In some places b axtraps are placed to catch the largest DetectiveT have been along the stream to catch ail Aimntt f April J Sigiby and his WiluamT have been arrested on the charge of making passing of counterfS IS UUI GODUOI 80 UJODfiED FOI THE FODiTH A IB Harae Woauas Hmible Ex perfeBM in a Mad HonseFoar Seat Jacksonville aad ReleasedHer Owa Special to Tna April Mrs Sarah of La insane or fourth time since 1879 juries so while other juries have declared that she is It is certainly one of the most remark cases known to insane trials in Han cock The Jady in question is the relict of Henry a former prosperous merchant of La In some time after her husbands Coulson began to show signs of On August 20th of that yeaj her who are among the wealthiest and most influential people of the brought her to Carthage for trial M to her but the jury re fused to find that she WM dis In nine days thereafter she was again brought to Carthage for trial and this time another jury pronounced her She WM sent to Jackson ville and remained a few and then WM discharged M She returned to La Harpe and ived quietly until some time in 1883 when she WM again presented u a fit subject for the The same tedious process of jury trials WM under gone and Coulson WM again taken ack to After another so ourn of a few months she WM sent but again in 1885 another jurj n the Hancock county court sent her o Jacksonville where she remained nnly a few Since about the year 1886 Conlson hM resided quietly in La Within the past few it is said that Conlson baa ivinced signs of and so on Tuesday her relatives again brought her 3 Carthage to be examined in the county court relative to her The lady made a fine appearance on the witness land and testified in her own She said in substance I have been ill a great deal and suffer much from I have been in Jacksonville My urn several and if I could only be quiet there maybe I would get sound But I am compelled to hear the jwful shrieks and screams of the help easly insane women in my and it s enough to drive anybody Once WM beaten with a strap by a female at Bui that was nothing to the iwful howls and ravings of the women n my I can hear those screams hear them day and night lay and The jury went out and soon returned a verdict that Coulson WM not in Her relatives o remain another Yesterday morn ing Coulson awoke at the hotel ibout 4 She WM To the Aysicians who cilled to see her she alked incoherently and it WM evident Another ury WM impaneled yesterday afternoon nd the poor woman was again con lemned to the Jacksonville mad house ihe wss taken there the same afternoon ly a Some people do not think he woman is very A good many other peoplte think that her story of the horrors and cruelties at the asylum bear with tham some show of and hat an investigation would not be out of v Tennessee and Alabama Thev mu and pMsed of donarTof terfeit money and killed six Ore April 24 ocratic state conveifeB nominated Mffler of for Bylveni P nominated f or governor favon eight howa i4 aad Altai AN Drown ThTM CbUdrra Barrel Bain April 24 reached here this morning that a wellto lo farmer living two miles from f ter drowning three of his children in t barrel of rain attempted to Irown himself in a Some of the leighbors found him lying in the creek n a precarious There are no lopes of his No reason can be assigned for the terrible VBBNON JBVJCKBXT YOBBB SrlBBell Medical DKS April 24 two eeks ago Vernon ion of Every osiible effort WM made to find but vithnut He WM seen on a train near Kansas City several days sup to be en route Yesterday i telegram was received by Everett rom Denver saying that the young man lad been seen there Tuesday The dostor said that he had telegraphed to the chief of police there to hold and M soon M he hears from him he will o He thinks Vernon is undoubt idly more or less NorthwB IllhMie Special to the ROCK April The Northern Illinoi Superintendents asso ciation is in session here It in cludes tee county of all he upper counties of the The meeting is held in the High school build ng and is presided over by State Super intendent Richard Tomorrow the Northern Illinois Teachers association will hold its regu lar annual convention in the same build About a hundred of the best edu cational talent of the state will be each grade occupying its own separate An address of wel come will be delivered by Mayor MeConochie and other attention will be shown the citys NBW April It is announced on the street late today that a pur chaae of two million pianos of amounting to 000 hM been made within the pMt two dayi at the market values of the by a few lurge manu fsctareri who mutt have rubber to run their factories regaTdleM of Tbe holders of the balance of stock have now raised price five cente per pound wtaTproipecUof a fiirtta total available stock of all toads of rubber ia the world tons against tons at the same tima iMt BjBB I KANSAS Aprfl24 AStarTopeka received herethis of the atteaspted as SMslnatiOB of Judge Botkin at Slat last WM to force him IB point ia preliBiinary Bearing of county comaUssioners iautlicated IB Wolf county frauds m to his judgment His re IMt February to appear at the next term of court to ba held in The peti tioners Mk for damages in the sum of for beer and cigar that wen destroyed at the time of the HI THB BRITISH MMMM CratlBM to U April 24 resumed the debate on the land purchase bill in the commons this He said he rss opposed to the bill under the over whelming conviction that it WM com plicated without undertaking to solve the He had been encouraged to hope for a solution by Lord Salis burys declaring the measure would not impose a burden upon the British tax He was when Balfour informed the home that the measure pledged the country to the ex tent cf thirtythree million pounds with out mentioning the possibility of farther amounts being Regarding Par nells it was new in Its general purpose was but he was not certain that be comprehended the Conservative He strongly sympathized with one object of ParneUs whereby the land lords would not be but would be It would be a sorrowful conclusion of the life of the landlord class if when a local government was established in tney did not take a part in adjusting the aff Bat tours bill ought to be confined to tbe landlords already in It Taould not encourage the landlords to become buyers of land in order to take advantage of the enormous bcoas hear The provision respecting two years arrears also required justifl cation which it would be difficult to Coming to what he called constitutional he urged it was obvious Ireland opposed the measure in view of the fact that five sixths of the Irish members were deliberately and determinedly op As the gov jrnments was going1 to make Ire its it was important to consider what was the attitude of the persons about to be subj acted to that State landlordism implies the use of soldiers against the tenant the use of every weapon of the state to enforce an unpopular JFOBMSN of a Atob BlalB April in Gali a mob numbering persons had made an attack on tbe Jewish quarter and wrecked and sacked a number of dwellings and Troops were sailed out to disperse the but hey did uot succeed in restoring order Before eleven of the mob were killed and many MBB IN AN OIL April in the oil re Jnery of Rose last caused damage amounting to EXAGGERATED BBPOBTS VIENNA April 24 reports from Viala show tbe first statement regarding the number killed It has now been learned that only three rioters were killed and twelve Ten of the leaders of the rioters were ar BUMOBED DISENSION IN THE FRENCH April 24 is rumored there are serious disensioss in the French min Aa early collapse of the cabinet s feared A CRISIS IN THE BRAZILIAN April 24 newspaper says a ttlegrim from Rio Janiero an nounces a crisis in tbe Brazilian hat Barboza and the secre tarys of state and foreign are about to FIVE SISTBBS COMMIT April 24 sisters named the youngest nineteen rears committed suicide Ishes were found ia their They burned a number of papers before ating their It is believed the fear of arrest as nihilists led to the com mission of the A LIQUOR FACTORY April 24 Robotos liquor sctory at Sagau has burned loss WM a April 24 interest in he celebrated Junghaus murder was re ived today by opening a letter from Germany addressed to the murdered The letter was from of and showed the lead mans name was he was a defaulter in tbe old coun He left there in to avoid arrest for having swindled friends out of eversl thousand Drue Store by D Wis April 24 ex oMon of dynamite in Uoaus drug store this completely wrecked the breaking windows n the stores over a block Four men were in building at the time of he R Dian and an unknown were instantly and be other two were badly Heavy fire walls prevented a For L time there was great Ballot April senate ecalled from the assembly the Saxton ballot reform MM and again passed changing it as to agree with the amended Saxton which was agreed upon last Friday by the Saxtos and It is understood the gov ernor will sign the bill and the long fight over the ballot reform will be at an end A Yoaoc MBB Arrwttd April is stated here onignt that Lafayette a well tnown Peoria young man has been ar rested in New York by a private detec ive on the charge of embezzle It is assertad that he made away with the funds of tbe Peon a Gas Light and Coke companys acd another firm y which he was to Kill ET April Beck a machinist and known M rather a crank on seriously wounded his wife this afternoon and then killed him elf with a The couple had ltd much trouble because of the hus band spending most of his earnings in useless It is very important in this age of vast material progress that a remedybepleas ant to the taste and easily ac ceptable to the stomach and healthy ia U nature and these Syrup of Figs is the one per ect laxative and most gentle diuretic Fair a dear little lictnre if s just too sweet for any thing 1 2an yon make out the name of ar Cadmium It looks like Cadmium recognizing pict ure by a rival I Vitas aervous aad hysteria are soon cured by lUM Free sanplM at One ia a srarden The onion and the carrot Unto a p mler STOOD worn ahmU we tana meet In licbt excUlBMd m of vTooeV pofusMBC LOUas aad of two Ton oaoa aseiisi BOlUHTBfS ELM IWilEIISS F20I US IROIfl Agaia DcssoBstrate the Tact That Cedar Kapifli Is No Match for Basses Elsewhere CBDAK April day WM raw aad still a good sized crowd went to the ball park to witness the second Aid last game between the Cedar and Burlington like yesterdays proved that Cedar Bapids was no match what ever for the boys from Donnelly aad Murphy were in the points for the nome team and Stephen and Tully M Burlingtons the latter doing great Stephen allowing the home boym but two safe while fully sailed every man who attempted to steal a In the last inning Cedar scored her only Ford hit a hot grounder to Shugert who made a nice but threw the ball over the back thus allowing Ford to make the circuit of the The feature of the game was the battery work of Stephen and Score py BurllnRtOD 8331000 Cedar OOOUOOO Base Burlington Cedar Bapids Burlington Cedar RapiJs of Clvba IT ATIOSAIi PhlladelDh Pittaburg New Brooklyn Cincinnati Cleyeland AMERICAS B ochester PLATBRS Philadelphia New Brooklyn Cleveland 4 3 SCO a WESTKRN Don Sioux Kansan lOfO 501 a 2 8 2 8 4fU 333 April Cleve land Buffilo Cleve land Buffalo Cleveland 5 Mack Sat April 21 Brook lyn 3 Base Boston Brooklyn Boston Brooklyn 8 Murphy Gaffney and NBW April New York Pniladelphis game postponed on account of April 24 cago game postponed on account of ADril 24 Bos ton New York 2 Game to BOB 9 to 0 New York refuting to abide by the decision of the April 24 game postponed on account of April 24 game pentponed on account of April The Cincinnati game postponed on account of April Louis To ledo April Athletics Syracuse game postponed on account of April 24 lumbus game postponed oa account of KANSAS April 24 City Omaha April Paul Des Moinea Special to THK April The Du buque league team shut out the club today by a score of 19 to 0 THIS Park April mile Sillo Autumn Leaf Sing Idle third time Second eighths of a mile Seadrift Beau Harseburg third tima Third of a mile Major Daly Stonemason second Wxterson third time Fourth mile and a six teenth Castaway Golden Reel third time Fifth of a mile Bohemian Count Lina John Arkins third time Sixsh RacaFour half furlongs Lot tie Best Bay Vanora third time IO Special to Tarn April 24 a young man named Heiser living four ailes west of FontaneUe in Adair coun aged twentythree attempted suicide by cutting the arteries of hia wrist with a Be made frightful cuts on both cutting toe cords and smaller arteries but not fatally in juring Ten years ago a brother of young aged com mitted suicide by Temporary insanity caused the trouble in both of 1mm April Marsh and family have returned from heir Florida home and ia the future win make this their So it ia with all thoM who leave Iowa nil to find bet The Daering special arrived OB time and greeted the vMt assembly with cir culars and It WM a question for a while who WM rnnaiog the for each piece of music from the Deering band WM greeted by the college students with their college which WM high y aapredatad bv the CSraLooiM Kellogg ia with ni to night and win be greeted with a full Odd JUIows of this city win be with you ia force 29 Bwox April noon ysatuday an explosion of illuminating occBxnd la new Krnmana All windows blown out and a rroesry itora badly No one to nd toi Aprtt eotuser hdd m largely attended at which were ottr tto bright for and took strong grounds in favor of radical modification of the interstate commerce saying that the law aa it now exists is in the interest largely of the terminal city aad against growing inland like DM Special to THB of this a twenty seven years of married and haviac one WM killed while attempting to jump from a northbound freight OB Cedar Rapids and North era at the first statioa north of this yesterday Pierce struck violently against a mau eatching which scattered his braiM over the Harrow Special to TBB April severe ac cident befell Henry Inbody at 8 Haa nons sawmill He stepped over a abaft which runs a large saw aad some large bolts caught his heel aad pulled him tearing his leg Be threw himself forward and caught hold of the belt cover and saved himself from being torn to thusnarrowlj escaping a horrible apeolal to THB April A young fellow by the name of Lloyd Tenaant carried off the priza at the declamatory coatMt of the Moulton High tonight Eight contestants appeared and all ren derings were excellent and reflect great credit and honor upon the management of our public Probably Special to THE HiwmEra April 24 Lewis a Russian Jew aged twentytwo with no relations in tola shot himself hern last night and died tola He left two one la Hebrew and the other stating that he felt that he was in danger of be coming insane and preferred Happily Special to THB HAWKKVB April 24 were married Sunday evening in this at the residence of the officiating clergy Rev William Hill and Hiss Mary both of this Their many friends wish them a long life and much The ceremony was only a few intimate being Odd ml Council COUNCIL April Fellows celebration here to day WM participated in by the lodges of western Iowa and eastern Five thou sand persons were in line and the city gaily decorated grand sire of the order and Lognn grand master of mode ad Board Special to TDB DKS April The state board of pharmacy was organized to with H Snyder M president Weaver who retires from the board by the appointment of Harrison WM em ployed a HAWKEYE MARBIBD SIXTYFIVE Warden McMillans father and of Mar expect to celebrate their six ty fifth wedding anniversary next CLINTONS Clintons saloon are to pay 124 85 per month for maintaining to which W 85 a week will be added if they keep open ABES A Bia The Chamberlain Flo c ro p my of Dubuque ask a bonua of 125 030 from the people of Orinnall for iis removal to that Of thia amount one citizm offers to donate BOUHTY ON WOLF SCALPS If Dry den found eleven wolf in a straw stack on his farm in Poweshiek county and took the scalps to the who paid ths 13 bounty on each M provided by Rsmpp ran across a litter of seven for which he received the legal GOT A GOOD of fur several years auditor of Mills has received notica of hia appointment as inspector of immigration at Govern nrs New at a salary of 82 500 per year and traveling Oaborn will leave for hia new field of labor ANNOYED BT SUNDAY TBAINB The people of Nasaau are up in arms against a Sunday The freight reachM that place juot as services at the church near the track are about half through and many in the congregation find it necessary to leave the services in order to hold their horses tied to the the There is a stong sentiment favoring the enforcement of the Sunday WILL HUHT Active prepar ations are bang made in Dodge for a grand wolf Within the past week wolves have been cDmmittlng numerous depredations in the southern part of calves and other live stock have been killed and Tuesday a nine yearold boy had a nar row escape from ferocious About 3fty sportsmen will participate in and expect to secure M mMty scalps in the JTromm Correspondence of THB April fanners are busy everywhere planting corn We are in need of a good manager for John importer and breeder of Clydat is building a Architect of La hM contract for finishing the building com plete Watson ia still on sick list our prominent ticket ia contemplating a trip through California and Washington Terri tory and will be abaaat about two An important They act Ihe aad bowels through the A new speedily cure bad pid pflae and did for and W doaM for 16 Samples free at Wtttoi drag apodal to THB HAWXBTB April artmeat WM called to preniMt of Asbnry last evening m arge bant WM ia several mndred of fled from the burning causing BO little excitement among portiom of the impromptu ThebMt iahw world fort chapped coma and aB akia m tively or BO pay i iiKaaranteedto or money xn for yaawcTHcay AptU M a shot tad wounded hia wife mitted temporarily   

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