Burlington Hawk Eye, April 25, 1890

Burlington Hawk Eye

April 25, 1890

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Burlington Hawk Eye (Newspaper) - April 25, 1890, Burlington, Iowa THE BURLINGTON HAW! p L"- E IY] E Established : J uke , 1839.]BURLINGTON, IOWA, FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 25, 1890. [Price: 15 Cents pee Week, NO BACKWARD STEPS. A HEATED DEBATE JU THE HOOSE OH THE CIVIL SERVICE LAV. Henderson, of Iowa, and McKinley, of |until toe second day succeeding the elec tions and the judge may exercise his supervisor alleging there is danger that unless the election is guarded it will not be fair and free, it shall be the duty of the judge of the United States district court to open court for the purpose of, transacting all business pertaining to ] MILLI0H8 OF DOLLARS WORTH OF DAUSE registrat on or election matters as may, by any United States law, there be! transacted. The court shall be always | open for the transaction of such business BODE TO FERTILE PLABTAT10M8. Ohio, Ably Argue in Its Defense — The Silver Bill-General Washington News, Washington, April 24. —The house after the transaction of some unimportant business went into committee of the whole (Payson, of Illinois, in the chair) on the legislative appropriation bill. When the clause appropriating salaries for the civil service commission was reached Cummings, of New York, made the point of order that it was not properly in the bill as the commission was neither legislative, executive, nor judicial. After some debate the point of order was overruled. A motion by Dorsey, of Nebraska, to reduce the number of commissioners from three to one, was overruled, ob was also one by Perkins, of Kansas, exempting the ex-soldiers from provisions of the civil service law. Mr. Houk, of Tennessee moved to strike out the entire clause. He desired the government to run on business prin cl pies ; desired to see merit recognized, but he did not believe in this fifth wheel to the wagon. Furthermore the com mission was under indictment and no appropriation should bo made until the committee charged with the investigation hade a report. Mr. More, of New Hampshire, announced nimself a civil service reformer without qualification. Mr. Biggs, of California, denounced the civil service law. It was, he said, conceived in sin and brov.jht forth in iniquity. Pendleton was its father. George William Curtis its granny, and Dorman B Eaton its nurse and clout washer. Messrs. Lehlbach of New York, Mc-Comas of Maryland, and Cutcheon of Michigan, opposed Houk’s motion. Mr. Cheapie, of Indiana, opposed the wh^ lo theory of civil service reform. Mr Grosvenor, of Ohio, was opposed lo the construction and operation of the present law, while he favored reform Mr. Hopkins, of Illinois, said Houk was out of joint with the sentiment of his party as expressed in the platform Mr. Dunnell, of Minnesota, said under the civil service law intelligent men did not vote for the service. It was the dude* that were going in under the present system. Mr. Hill, of Illinois, characterized the motion a* anti! >rt to do bv indirection what neither great political party had a desire or c Mirage to do openly. QgGreenh&lge. of Massachusetts, made a vigorous speech in favor of civil service reform Mr Cfieman, of Louisiana, opposed it. Mr. Henderson, of Iowa, said civil service reform had come to stay and the oolitic a1 party that deserted it would not stay in power and ought not. It is not true that this adminstration has not enforced the law. President Harrison is enforcing it and thats what the matter is with the boys. Mr. McKinley, of Ohio, earnestly opposed the motion to strike out. If the republican party was pledged to one single thing more than another it was a maintenance of the civil service laws. It was not only according to the tenets of the republican party but according to the best sentiment o' the republican party throughout the Uaited States. It wag sustained by the best sentiment of the whole country, republicans and dem cerat* alike The republican party must take no backward atop. Mr. Butterworth endorsed every word bis colleague had said. Nothing smacked of monarchial forms so much as the spoils system. The motion to strike out was lost—Cl io 120—and pending further action the committee rose and the house ad journed. _ THE SSN ATM* power in open court or in the chambers The chief supervisors may verify the | I registration lists and in any city of fifty I thousand inhabitants or upwards may cause a house to house canvass; but no) I inquiries shall be made as to the political opinions of any person. Every person charged with any duty with regard! to any election of a member of congress who shall commit any fraud thereon A Desolate Scene at Bayou Sara, La. —Rescuing the Unfortunate Sufferers—Telegrams from Various Points on the River. New Orleans, April 24 —United States Engineer Douglass telegraphed that Point Pleasant levee, in Tensas Parish, gave way this morning. The shall be liable to a fine of not exceeding I water from it, will, no doub, overflow a •5,000 or to imprisonment not exceeding | grester pir, o( the parish- five years, or both. The same penalty is provided for bribery or attempted bribery of voters._ GENERAL. WASHINGTON NEWS Hoar Reports His Bill to A mead in* Xlest!on Laws. Washington, April 24 —In the senate to day the house bill to transfer the revenue cutter service to the navy department, was again taken up and the amendments reported from the com mitten en naval affairs agreed to. Mr. Hoar then reported from the committee on privileges and elections, the bill to amend and suppliment the election laws and to provide for more tfflci out enforcement of the same. Mr. Pugh said every democratic member cf the committee opposed a favorable report of this bill which, he said, appoints republican supervisors to oversee state officers, thereby insulting and degrading these state officers. It is subversive of the fundamental principles of local self government. If the bill becomes a law. its execution will insure the shedding of blood and the destruction of the peace and good order of the country. Mr. Hoar replied that the bill is in substance a modification aud perfection of the system which has been a law in the United States for many years and which has secured in the main honest elections and honest counts in the city of New York, where, before it, sixty thousand fraudulent naturalization papers had gone out from judges within three days before the election. The bill is but an assertion of the constitutional Dower 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 state. The consideration of the revenue cut tar bill was resumed and Sherman op posed it, The land forfeiture bill was then taken up as unfinished business, and the amendments reported from the commit tee on public lands were agreed to. Mr. Berry moved to amend the first section of the bill by striking out the word "now” and inserting the words “within the time specified in the act of congress making the grants.” The effect of the amendment, he said, would be not only to forfeit portions of land opposite to lines not now constructed but would forfeit all lands granted the railroad companies where the lines were not completed with in the time fixed in the act and in subse quant extension of it. After some debate the amendment was rejected, the republicans voting in the negative. Some other amendments were consid ered and laid on the table and the senate then adjourned FED EBEL ELECTION BILL. Tile Mala Prvvuioii af s—aisr Boar’s Proposed M smears. Washington, April 24 —The federal election bill reported by Senator Hoar to day provides that chief supervisors of elections shall be charged in their reapec tive judicial districts with the super?! aion of congressional elections, with the enforcement of the national election laws, and with the prevention of fraud and irregularities in naturalisation Whenever in any city having twenty thousand inhabitants or upwards or in any congressional district, one hundred voten shall petition the ohlef A Subslit st® Introduced for tbs J on* a Silver Bill. Washington, April 24 —Senator Teller tn-day introduced a bill as a substitute for the Jones silver bill now on the senate calendar. NEW POSTMASTERS. Among the nominations sent to the senate to-day by the president were the following postmasters: Iowa—E. J. Wood, Anamosa; Asa F. McConnell, Spencer. CONFIRMATIONS. John E Hee rn a. as agent at the Santee Indian agency, Nebraska Receivers of public moneys—James Whiteheod, of Redfern, Nebraska; Jamas H. Danskin, of Alliance, Nebraska Registers of land offices—Fred K M. Darrington, of Alliance, Nebraska; John Reese, Broken Bow, Nebraska. KERR’8 LIQUOR TRANSPORTATION BILL Mr. Kerr, of Iowa, to-day reported to the house a bill to prohibit the transportation of intoxicating into any st%te or territory contrary to tho law of such state or territory. TO INQUIRE INTO ALLEGED VIOLATIONS OF THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE LAW. The bill reported favorably by Senator Cullom to day from the committee on interstate commerce, gives the interstate commerce commission authority to prosecute inquiries into allaged violations of the law, by means of special agents to be appointed by the commis Sion and who shall have power to administer oaths and send for persons and papers. THE SILVER BILL. Chairman Conger, of the coinage committee, to-day introduced in the house the bill agreed upon by the republican caucus last night. It was referred to the coinage committee, which will have a special meeting tc-morrow to act upon the bill. _ RAILROAD MATTERS WHI Comply With tho Now Joint Bolo Low. Des Moines, April 24 —A railroad official from Chicago, who was a caller at the rffice of tbe railroad commissioners to day, stated that the general managers of the Iowa lines have decided to hold a conference soon to determine upon their course regarding the joint rate bill passed by the last general assembly. The * fficial said that in bis opinion its provisions would be carried out in good faith by the roads THE PACIFIC RAILROAD FUNDING BILL Washington April 24 —The house committee on Pacific railroads to-day compoed the details of the considera • ion if the pending bdl to secure tho funding of the indebtedness of the Pa ciflc railroads to the government. The amendments made this morning are of small importance, b ling principally to make clearer the principles of the measure—with the exception of the one extending from seventy-five to one hundred years the period during which the Cen tral Pacific company may extend the life of their first mortgage bonds in the event of refunding. The new bill, embodying all the amendments made by the com mittee, will be prefaced and submitted to the full committee at its next meeting for approval. WILL ADOPT DEFFERENTIAL RATES. Chicago, April 24 —All the western roads of the Central Traffic Association have written to Chairman Blanchard, agreesng to insert in their rate sheets the differential fares of the eastern lines The Missouri Pacific also acceded to the proposition;_ Non-Partisan Temperance Ladlso Chicago April 24 —At this morning’s conference of tho Non-Partisan Christian Temperance Union a clause was inserted in the constitution by which no officer of the association is allowed to do any campaign work for any political party while holding office. This is the first time such a clause has been adopted by any similar body The name of the association was also changed to read, “Woman’s Non-Partisan Christian Temperance Alliance.” Marx cad Bios Baaed Over. Special to Tai Hawk-Eye. Eldora, April 24 —Marx and Rice, in jail here charged with the murder of Henry Johns, were taken to Steamboat Rock to day and arraigned for preliminary hearing Both prisoners waived examination and were bound over to the district court in bonds of 210,000 each. A Blandinsville Assi ga asset. Special to Tm Hawk-Bye. Blandinsville, 111., April 24.—Henry C. Sumptor, dealer in groceries and pro visions, made a voluntary assignment this day. and appointed N. S Campbell of this place as assignee. Assets, $650. Liabilities about $1,600. Sumptor’a long continued sickness is the cause for the assignment;_ A Gypsy Tray ady. Trenton, N. J., April 24 —Noah Palmer, aged seventy, a member of a band of gypsies encamped at Myerville, during a quarrel with his wife this morn ing, while drunk, shot and killed her. He then attempted to shoot his daughter, who wus Bleeping beside tbe mother, but failed. He then shot himself, infecting a fatal wound._ There is no comfort, night or day, -^When teeth are suffer! < g from decay, • Ar d ob I the p»in that we shall feel, When bitter hours at last reveal, Tost all our woe came grim and gaunt From our neglect of 80Z0D0NT. TMO Modus Viveadl BUI. Ottawa, April 24.—In the house of I commons to-day the bill extending the modus vivendi with the United States for another year passed its third and I final reading. There was hardly any opposition. _ Judge McClure; the contestee by J. H Harred and w. L McCain. County Clerk Ferguson* Woodruff county, and County Clerk Wright, of Conway county, I were placed on tire stand. Ferguson ! produced the poll book and b illots of Riverside, Angust** Cotton Plant and White River townships for the election in November, 1888. After some examination the committee adjourned until to-I morrow. LABO ti TROUBLES. A Strike jmnateeut ob the Uuleu Pact fie Bood. Boston, April 24 —A special to the Journal from Cheyenne, Wyoming, says a conference has been called to consider the demands of the Union Pacific train men f or an increase of pay and nearly all the officials are now at Cheyenne. The train men are determined, and if some solution is not reached to-day, a strike will ensue, taking in the Denver, Texas and Ft. Worth, the Oregon Short Lino, the Kansas Pacific and the Union Pacific railroads. MANY LABORERS WILL STRIKE. Chicago, April 24 —Joseph Gruenhut, who has long held a prominent place among the socialistic labor agitators of this city, and who is now a tenement house inspector and statistician of the health department, has 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 industries on which they depend. According to this table the number of wage workers, male and female, who will not be at work at that time reaches the surprising aggregate of 228 OOO. This calculation covers only the city as it was previous to last year’s annexation of the towns of Hyde Park, Lake View, Cicero, Lake and Jtfferson. The importance of this statement will be apparent when it is stated that the town of Lake alone contains 35 OOO people directly affected by the strike now contemplated. Of this great aggregate, 199,000 are males and 24 OOO females. The number of firms involved is 11,500. EVERYBODY WILL STRIKE Chicago, April 24—It was originally tbe intention of the American Federation of Labor that the carpenters only should at present make a demand for the eight hour day, but developments to-day and yesterday show that other trades are not likely to conform to the instructions of President Gompers. Nearly every prominent trade of the city has, through its union, declared its intention to also demand the eight hours day on May 1st. Gompers desired the other trades to hold cif and contribute financially to the carpenters’ association un til the latter had gained their point then the other trades to come in turn by turn. But President Gowper’s circler letter has been entirely disregarded and in addition to the carpenters, the stock yards and packing house employes, gas filters, iron moulders, stair builders, mill carpenters, and harness makers have already declared their intention to fight and their example is likely to be followed by the tailors, shoe makers, plasters lathers, cornice makers and other trades. MINERS STRIKE AT SCOTTDALE. Scottdale, Pa, April 24 —Eight hundred miners in the Smithton district atiuck to-day for the Columbus scale and nearly one thousand coke ovens are closed down ILLINOIS MINERS MEET. St Louis Ap ii 24 —A convention of delegates representing the coal miners of southern Illinois is in session at Bust St Louis under the auspices of the United Miners’ Workers’ association rf Ameri ca. A new scale of prices foi day workers in tbe southern Illinois mines has been adopted, it being an advance cf twenty-five per cent over tbe present wages. A scale for piece workers of like character will be agreed to. Arrangements are also to be made for the establishment of an eight hour day sys tem. There is no talk of a strike, the dele gates being of the opinion that the oper ators will grant their demands without hesitation. The report of the wage scale com mittee was adopted this morning declaring the miners of southern Illinois, will stand by the scale made by the Colum-bua convention. The national executive fury, were scores of people, both white I    *tnt0 and black; tome with babies in arms, while others had doss secured by cords. Many of them had nothing else in the world except the clothes they wore on their backs. When the Dacotah discovered a scene like this the stage was swung out and the stricken ones taken aboard. Equally as sad a scene was that of poor, dumb cattle standing in the water, actually starving HEAVY RAINS FALLING. Greenville, Miss , April 24.—The heaviest rain this season fell in the last forty eight hours through the valley. For the past thirty hours the rain fall here is four and one half inches, and still raining IS SKANE? KH, SHAH COULSON SO ADJUDGED FOE THE FOURTH TIKE. Captain John A. Grant, superintendent cf the Texas and Pacific railroad, speaking of the Morganza crevass, says: “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 it. Now, they are creating a great hubbub about sending relief up there and all that sort of thing, while before the disaster occurred they eeemed utterly unaware of the impending danger. If need be, they should have raised $500,000 to hold that levee and it could have been done, too, and would have been well invested, as there is $20,OGO,-OOO worth of property that will now be irretrievably damaged, which a little display of energy would certainly have averted ” THE SITUATION AT NEW ORLEANS. New Orleans, April 24 —The break in old Morgan zi is now four hundred feet wide and fifteen feet deep. A cargo of 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 levee, which caused much inconvenience to people in the rear of the seventh and eighth wards in this city, since Sunday last is gradually receediug. It is reported at the Texas and Pacific office that the water is gradually over flowing their tracks between Biton Rogue june lion and Melville. The Louisville, New Orleans and Texas railroad better known as the Mississippi Valley has been the greatest sufferer, so far, by the overflow. Oiher railroads have not been affected to any great; extent. A PICTURE OF DESOLATION. Bayou Sara, La., April 24 —The relief steamer Dacotah reached here yesterday evening. She had made a trip to Point Coupee, and had come back to Bayou Sara. Her arrival was a godsend to the people whose lives were in jeopardy, for she has not only saved a large amount of property, but a great many lives. The entire front of Pointe Coupee is under water and most of the levees have gone. No pen is equal to thp task of picturing toe devastation of the country or the desolation of the peo pie. The small stretches of levee still standing are crowded with men, women and children, side by side, with horses, mules and cows. Hundreds of lives are in danger. In an old gin house five hundred negroes were found huddled together. Their condition was .pitiable. The damage in the fi roded districts is incalculable. A Texas and Pacific boat succeeded yesterday in saving two hun dred people from the back country around Morgansea. Later.—Ruin and desolation meets the aye on every side in the Pointe Coupee Parish. The destruction is complete. Not a plantation is left above water; not a levee unbroken, while hun dreds of families are homeless. Thousands of stock have been drowned, and from meager reports received from the interior it is quite probable that humaii life has been sacrificed to tbe flood. Standing on the deck of the relief steamer Dacotah, last evening, the full extent of the disaster could be seen Grouping together on little knolls between the broken levees through which the water rushed with ungovernable Special to Tex Hawk-Bye. Carthage, 111., April 24.—Is Mrs iarah Coulson, of La Harpe, insane ? tor the fourth time since 1879 juries have so declared, while other juries have I    the    t0    toe    ex- declared that .v.    Itent * thirty-three million pounds wilh- aecmred that she is sane    out    mentioning the possibility of farther ll is certainly one of the most remark able cases known to insane trials in Hancock county. The lady in question is the relict of Henry Coulson, a former prosperous merchant of La Harpe. In I strongly sympathized with one object of I for 879, some time after her husband's Parnell’s • plan, whereby The land death, Mrs. Coulson began to show signs Ilord? - would aot -be - expatiated, but ofinftfenitv    iwould be retained It would    be a y. On August 20th of that | sorrowful conclusion of tbe life ye* her relatives, to j oin the convention. WITH THE MOURNERS. A FATAL BLAZE. Fir*men Loco Their Lives While Endeavoring to Save n Borning Banding. Catasauqua, Pa., April 24.—The building occupied by the Unicorn 8ilk Manufacturing company of New York burned early this morning. While fire men were at work trying to save the store rooms and engine house an explo aion of vitrol and other acids took place, and before they could escape several cf their number were caught by falling walls and many injured by flying debris. The following dead have been taken from the ruins: John Good, Joseph Lodigiana, and two other men, who are unknown. Ulysses G. Everett, Gaorge Pfaff, Charles Frick, and Michael Mot gan were fatally injured Many others were injured slightly. The fire was finally controlled after inflicting damage amounting to $50,000 on the building, $35 OOO on machinery, and $25,000 on stock. Partially insured. BURNED TO DEATH. Belleville. Ont., April 24.—William Arthurs, aged sixty years, was fatally burned and his wife burned to death iu their residence last hight. AN ELEVATOR BURNED. Special to Tai Bawk-Kyb Death of Mice Eveline Skulls at Carthage, illinois. Special to THI Hawk-En. Carthage, April 24 —Miss Evaline Shultz, daughter of our venerable anc honored townspeople Mr and Mrs Jack son Shultz and sister of C M and W J Shultz, of the 8t Joe News, died last night, aged thirty four. She was a popu I ar and estimable young lady and her protracted and intense suffering hac aroused the sympathies of all our people died at a ripe old age. Mt. Vernon, Ky , Adril 24 — William Reynolds did at Pine Hill yesterday, HO years old, He was born in Hawkins county, Tennessee, in 1779. After lh* Seiners Special to The Hawk-Byi. Plymouth, 111, April 24 —Consider able indignation is manifest among sportsmen at this place concerning the work of pot fish hunters in Crooked creek, in Schuyler, Hancock and Mc Donongh counties. Crooked creek, prolific stream, traverses three counties and high waters have brought consider able game fish into the streani. Unsent-polus fellows have been seining recently taking out many of tho best fish In some places bDx-trapa are placed to catch the largest fish. Detectives have tatioued along the stream to catch all offenders. - I* Harpe Woman’s Horrible Experience in a Mad House—Four Times Sent to Jacksonville and Released—Her Own Story* last February to appear at the next term of court to b3 held in May. The petitioners ask tov damages in the sum of $1 200 for whisky, beer and cigar that i were destroyed at the lime of the raid. IN THM BRITISH COMMONS. Gladstone Continues to Dehate the Land Parches* Bill. London, April 24 —Gladstone resumed the debate on the land purchase bill in. the commons this evening. He said he was opposed to the bill under the overwhelming conviction that it was complicated without undertaking to solve the difficulty. He had been encouraged to hope for a solution by Lord Salisbury’s declaring the measure would not impose a burden upon the British taxpayers He was disappointed, however, when Balfour informed the house that the BDBLQIBTOK’S CLUB lWAIENIBS ITS OTTUMWA IIBHTKAIE. FROM They Again Demonstrate tbe Faet That Cedar Rapids Is No Match for Them—The Games Elsewhere —General Sporting News. amounts being asked. Regarding Par Bell's plan, it was new in principle. Its general purpose was clear, but he was not certain that be comprehended the details. [Conservative laughter ] He who are among the wealthiest and most influential people of the county, brought her to Carthage for trial as to her sanity, but the jury revised to find a verdict that she was dis tracted. In nine days thereafter she was again brought to Carthage for trial and this time another jury pronounced her insane. She was sent to Jacksonville and remained a few months, and then was discharged as cured 8he returned to La Harpe and ived quietly until some time in 1883 when she was again presented as a fit subject for the asylum. The same tedious process of jury trials was undergone and Mrs Coulson was again taken back to Jacksonville. After another so-ourn of a few months she was sent home, but again in 1885 another jury in the Hancock county court sent her to Jacksonville where she remained univ a few months. Since about the year 1886 Irs. Coulson has resided quietly in La larpe. Within the past few weeks, however, it is said that Mrs. Coulson has evinced signs of insanity, and so on Tuesday her relatives again brought her ‘ o Carthage to be examined in the county court relative to her sanity. The lady made a fine appearance on the witness stand and testified in her own behalf. She said in substance: “I have been ill great deal and suffer much from ague. I have been in Jacksonville asy-urn several times, and if I could only De quiet there maybe I would get sound well. But I am compelled to hear the awful shrieks and screams of the help easly insane women in my ward, and it is enough to drive anybody crazy. Once ’ was beaten with a strap by a female at tend ant. Bul that was nothing to the awful howls and ravings of the women in my ward. I can hear those screams now—can hear them day and night— day and night. The jury went out and soon returned verdict that Mrs. Coulson was not insane. Her relatives concluded, however, to remain another day. Yesterday morning Mrs. Coulson awoke at the hotel about 4 o’clock. She was singing. To the physicians who c tiled to see her she balked incoherently and it was evident that hermiod was unbalancad. Another jury was impaneled yesterday afternoon and the poor woman was again condemned to the Jacksonville mad house She wss taken there the same afternoon Dy a relative Some people do not think the woman is very crazy. A good many other peoplte think that her story of the horrors and cruelties at the asylum bear with I ham some show of credence, and that an investigation would not be out of place. _ AN insane: deed. of the landlord class if when a local government was established in Ireland, they did not take a part in adjusting the aff fir*. Balfour’s bill ought to be confined to the landlords already in possession. It should not encourage tbe land’ords to oecome buyers of land in order to take advantage of the enormous bcoas offered. [Hear, hear ] The provision respecting two years’ arrears also required justifl cation which it would be difficult to find. [Cheers.] Coming to what he called constitutional objections, 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 opposed. [Cheers.] As the governments was going to make Ireland its debtor, it was important to consider what was the attitude of the persons about to be subjected to that debt. State landlordism implies the use of soldiers against the tenant; the use of every weapon of the state to enforce an unpopular law._ GENERAL FOREIGN NU WB. Special to THS Hawx-Et*. Cedar Rapids, April 24.—The day was raw and chilly, still a good sized crowd went to the ball park to witness the second and last game between the Cedar Rapids and Burlington teams, which, like yesterday’s contest, proved that Cedar Rapids was no match whatever for the boys from Burlington. Donnelly and Murphy were in the points the nome team and Stephen and Tully as Burlington’s battery, the latter doing great work, Stephen allowing the home boys but two safe hits, while Tully nailed every man who attempted to steal a base. In the last inning Cedar Rap;ds scored her only run. Ford hit a hot grounder to Shugert who made a nice stop, but threw the ball over the back fence, thus allowing Ford to make the circuit of the bases. The feature of the game was the battery work of Stephen and Tully. Score pj Innings— Burlington  O 6 3 2 1 0 0 0 x—I? Cedar Rapids 0 0 0 0 u 0 0 0 1—9 Base hits, Burlington 9, Cedar Rapids 2. Errors, Burlington I, Cedar Rapids 7. 9tansies of the nab* N ATTON AL LEAGOB. Boston... Philadelph Pittsburg. Chicago.. New York. Brooklyn Cincinnat Cleveland . . ** W I Won ac C •J c ss Ai PLATBRS’ LEAGUE. Won I Lout C So « I ,8»8 Buffalo..... 4 0 1000 8 I .TRO Boston...... 3 C: . OO 1 2 2 .SCH) Philadelphia 2 2 6*10 I .rn Chicano...... *3 2 BOO a '6 4 0 PUtsburjr. . O •J • BOO o 260 New York.. o S .H-v I 8 .26' Brooklyn____ •I tm 3 .4 0 I 0 .25- Cleveland____ (J 4 .... A Father Drowns Hie Three Children la a Barrel of Bain Water. SHELBOURNE, Ont, April 24 —Word reached here this morning that a well-to-do farmer living two miles from here, after drowning three of his children in a barrel of rain water, attempted to drown himself in a creek. Sjme of the neighbors found him lying in the creek in a precarious condition. There are no hopes of his recovery. No reason can be designed for the terrible tragedy. VERNON JE VERB TT FOUND. Eleven Members af a Bleb alala by Moldier*. Vienna, April 24.—At Baile, in Galicia, a mob numbering 4,000 persons had made an attack on tbe Jewish quarter aud wrecked and sacked a number of dwellings and shops. Troops were called out to disperse the rioters, but they did not succeed in restoring order before eleven of the mob were killed and many injured. FIRE IN AN OIL REFINERY. London, April 24—Fire in tbe oil re finery of W. A. Rose & Co., last night caused damage amounting to 120,000 pounds. EXAGGERATED REPORTS Vienna April 24 —Later reports from Viaia show the first statement regarding the number killed exaggerated. It has now been learned that only three rioters were killed and twelve wounded. Ten of tbe leaders of the rioters were ar rested. RUMORED DISENSION IN THE FRENCH CABINET. Paris, April 24 —It is rumored there are serious dieensions in the French ministry. An early collapse of the cabinet is feared A CRISIS IN THE BRAZILIAN CABINET. Montevidio, April 24—A newspaper says a tilegrim from Rio J an iero announces a c*isis in the Brszilian cabinet, that Barboza and Bocayuva, the secre-tarvs of state and foreign sffairs, are about to resign. FIVE SISTERS COMMIT SUICIDE. Moscow, April 24 —Five sisters named Domovieroff, the youngest nineteen years old, committed suicide here to-day. Ashes were found in their appirtments, They burned a number of papers before taking their lives. It is believed the fear of arrest as nihilists led to the commission of the deed. A LIQUOR FACTORY BURNED. Havana, April 24 —R ibotos’ liquor factory at Sagau has burned; loss $SOO, OOO    _ J anthem Wee a swindler# Peoria, 111., April 24 —The interest in the celebrated Ju^ghaus murder was revived to day by opening a letter from Germany addressed to the murdered man. Tbe letter was from H Korcer, of Leumnitz, Germany, and showed the dead maa’a real name was Theo. Z >gel, and ho was a defaulter in tbe old ccun try. He left there in July, 1889, to avoid arrest for having swindled friends out of Americas aSSOCIA’N. Louisville. R ochester Columbus. Athletic .. St. Louis.. Syra use.. Brooklyn.. Toledo.. .. ♦;! £ 21 © WESTERN Q I V c ® ~ j 64 A SSOCIa’N. £ 0 *-n £ J I1 .MS' Dps Moines. 4, 2 2 .6-0 Minneapolis. 4 2 ,6P6 2 66-5 Denver...... 4 2 .Ord 2 6r!6 sioux City.. 3 2 .m 3 ,6t0 Kansas City. 2 3 4»V 4 831 Mil wau kee.. 2 4 331 4.333 Oman*...... 2 4 . 333 6 ,i-*6 St. Paul ... 2 4 .J 33 Player*’ Lea gee Buffalo, April 24.—Buffalo 18, Cleveland 15 Base hits, Buffalo 15, Cleve land 12. Errors, Buffalo 9 Cleveland 5 Batteries, Haddock, Mack; Casey, Sutcliffe Umpires, Knight, Jones. Boston, April 24 —Boston 7, Brooklyn 3 Base hits, Boston 6, Brookiyn 7 Errors, Boston 7, Brooklyn 8 Batteries Radboume, Murphy; Murphy, Cook Umpires, Gaffney and Barnes. New York, April 24 —New York-Pniladelphia game postponed on account of rain. Pittsburg, April 24 —Pittsburg Chi cago game postponed on account of rain National League. Boston, April 24 —Six innings. Bis ton I New York 2 Game given to Bw ion, 9 to 0 New York refuting to abide by the decision of the urapiro Brooklyn, April 24 — Philadelphia game postponed on account of rain. Cleveland, April 24 —Chicago game postponed on account of rain. Pittsburg, April 24. The Cincinnati game postponed on account of rain. The Young Grinnell Medical Student Ie Probably Demented. Des Moines, April 24 —About two weeks ago Vernon Everett, son of Dr. Everett, of Grinnell, disappeared. Every P°?X    w«    ™ himir^n I KvlVaHboTsand doll™ without avail. He was seen on a train near Kansas City several days ago, sup posed to be en route west. Yesterday a telegram was received by Dr. Everett from Denver saying that the young man had been seen there Tuesday morning The doctor said that he had telegraphed to the chief of police there to hold him, and as soon as he hears from him he will go out. He thinks Vernon is undoubtedly more or less demented. Noribern miaou superluteudeate. Special to the Hawk-Eye. Rock Island, 111, April 24 —I he Northern Ulinoi' Superintendents association is in session here to day. It includes the county superintendents of all the upper counties of the state. The meeting is held in the High school build- A Drag Store Witckid by Dynamite. Delavan, Wis, April 24 —Au ex-p otion of dynamite in H. R Doan’s drug store this afternoon, completely wrecked the building, breaking windows in the stores over a block away. Four men were in the building at the time cfi the explosion. Two. H R Denaud an unknown man, were instantly killed and the other two were badly hurt. Heavy fire walls prevented a conflagration For a time there was great excitement. American Aieoelatlou. St. Louis, April 24 —St. Louis 6, Toledo 5. Philadelphia, April 24.— Athletics Syracuse game postponed on account of rain. Louisville, April 24 —Louisville Columbus game postponed oi account of rain. Wcetera Aeeoelatlon. Kansas City, April 24 — Kansas City 6, Omaha I. Ht Paul, April 24 —St. Paul 5, Des Moines 4. A Shat Oat. Special to The Hawk-Eye. Waterloo, lo., April 24.—The Dubuque league team shut out the Greene, Iowa, club to day by a score of *9 to 0 THE I UKF. New York a Ballot Kaform Bill. Albany, N. Y., April 24 —The senate recalled from the assembly the Saxton ballot reform bin and again passed it, The Linden Pork Kacaa. Linden Park N. J., April 24.—First Race-One mile; Bilio won, Autumn Leaf second, King Idle third; time 14:4A Second Race—Heven eighths of amie; Seadrift won, Esau second, Harseburg third; tima 1:30$. Third Race—Seven-eighths of a mile; Msj or Daly won, Stonemason second; Watterson third; time I 29£. Fourth Race—One mile and a sixteenth; Castaway won, Golden Reel second, Ralvinia third; time 1.48|. Fifth Race—8even-eighths of a mile; Bohemian won, Count Luna second. John Arkins third; time I 30$. Sixsh Race - Four half furlongs; Lot- changing it ao as to agree with the „ ______ _    a.    amended Saxton bill, which was agreed    _ - ing and is presided over by State Super-1 upon last Friday by the governor. Saxton J tm won. Best Bay second, Panora third; 1 and others. It is understood the gov-1 time 0:56£ ernor will sign the bill and the long fight over the ballot reform will be at an end Arrested for Coaaterfeitia*. BraMiSGHAM. Als April 24 —J. N. 8i(?8by.nd his son, William, ha va been arrested on the charge of making and passing counterfeit money. The Sigsbys of counterfeiters JSi0.?P«5*ed in Georgia, Tennessee and Alabama. They made doI1&r> °* coun __________________ ,    forfeit money and killed six detectives Hampton, April 24 —Fire broke out at I ^no attempted to capture them at dif-Northey & Harrison’s elevator, one block south of the depot, and in spite of all efforts to save the building it burned to the ground, tether with one north of it owned by Mr. Beed. The fire originated in the engine house in the rear of the elevator. There being no water near the fire department was almost powerless and could only use buckets. The loss will be nearly $10,000; insurance about $5,000. ferent times. Or ...rn 8,ml-“•“"••wiTco.vMtu., Portland, Ore, April 24 The d-m- OC retie state convent t for rrmrrrpsfl    of    Jacksonville. for congress. Sylvester Pennoyer was nominated for governor Tho f.yors eight hours    Z Australian billot and fro*    •    ^ ueuufc ana free coinage of si! Forthqasks Sheens la Callforato Bkot a Little sin Brazil. Ind., April Ad vt es to Mathers. Mr*. Winslow’ San Francisco, A nr ii 24 —One of the I pupils of the Meridian strict"! vY most severe shocks of earthquake ex-1 at play this morning, Bancha 24 —While the were .h„nM », I psnencd here for a long time wee felt I a revo’lrer and shot    dre*5 war.b.und ro’chSdreateethlr.. I«.oothes'|io this city and neighboring localities a tm, seriously wounding    !ff.d little after 8:80 this morning. Buildings I The reason for the assault » I? * if were shaken and persons aroused from I girl had informed the    * thdkiw aihAn PtdaihFiiio #eii ipavh wail* I    or    some    Ox tbe'oh I Id, softens tbe fume, allays all pain, cures wind oolic, end is tbe best remedy for I Diarrhoea. Twenty-live oents a bottle. Married at Fly aneath. Special to Tm Hawk-Eye. Plymouth. IU., April 24—A notable! wedding to day was that of Thomas M. Walton to Miss Birdie FolUn, daughter! of Dr. S. B Follin. An elegant reception win be held. Don’t give up. there is a care for catarrh end oo'd in the heed. Thousands testify thet Ely’s Cteem Balm has entirely oared them. It is a safe and pleasant remedy. It is applied into the nostrils. It is not a liquid or snuff. It cures by cleansing and heating. Price 60o. The Molalla Ueori-MsrtlmL New York, April 24 —In the McCaUa1 trial to day the testimony aa yesterday, waa largely a reproduction of that of the I preUmiaary hearing and for tho moat pert little after 8:80 this morning. Buildings  ___________x    . moused from I girl had informed th a ♦ vM toe their sleep Plastering fell from walls I Ben's misconduct in places, but no serious damage is re-1    — P°rted ....... | Ch»Bge of ^Absckscbe, 6 “    “    Dr railroad bridge was rendered impassable, I**,nl)iea ** J- H aa the piers, sixty feet high, settled four inches, and the rails spread apart a foot The ground in places settled six to twelve inches. Railroad travel was delayed a few hours. ported yet    I wiuuige ut me, backache A dispatch fmm Mayfield states that Jf^anties, hot fiaahe,,™6’11^^ the shock was very severe there. The I, Nervine. Frag railroad Virid an wee rend »tai1 imntaoaKU I Witted* drug Store.    Ste. Hnhoaah Ce*»^L ~ ? j Special to TMS Hawk-Ey^    Mbl' Carthage, Hie., April Inweetlcattac Ailette Mate Little Rock, Ark, April 24—1The ition    _ I county win be held here for the purpose of ' A conven Hancock heil Saturday delegates to e I the state prohibition    K delegates to sub-committee of the house election com-1 held at Bloomington v 7ention to be mittee appointed to investigate Ute al l ,    - leged frauds in the Sseoad congressional I.LtSiiMS? district, arrived bere this afternoon. <3.'•    - - R. Breckenridge, the contestee, with the committee. The pertiea I to the investigation are represented by heed found at last la Rtv?fW co d end pleas tat to nee er*—'un Bali I the nostrils.    *-- A rem in the Safe -ft lei?!!! ***** toto thorough treatment posttt^t^ onoa * OEMs. Price intended Richard Edwards. To morrow the Northern Illinois Teachers’ association will hold its regular annual convention in the same building. About a hundred of the best edu- J cation al talent of the state will be assembled, each grade occupying its own separate room. An address of welcome will be delivered by Mayor McConochie and other attentions will be shown the city’s guests. A. Corner in Hahber. New York, April 24 —It is announced on the “street” late to-day that a purchase of two million pounds of rubber, amounting to $1,550 OOO has been made within the past two days at the market values of the day, by a few Urge manu f scourers who must have rubber to run their factories regardless of price. The holders of the balance of stock have now raised the price five cents per pound with prospects of a further s^vance^ The total available stock of all kinds cf rubber in the world is 31,000 tons against 7,708 tons at the same time last year. TRIED TO BUIC1DR. Atlcinptjto Aeeae^oote a Jatt« k^, p^abie ^ the at0mach and healthy in Kansas Crrr, April -I received its nature and effects. Possessing these here this morning or me aiwmpted as-1 qualitiea, 0yrup A Peoria Yoaeg Mea Arrested Chicago, April 24.—It is stated here to-nignt that Lafayette Cole, a wellknown Peoria young man has been arrested in New York by a private detective agency, on the charge of embezzlement. It is asserted that he made away with the funds of the Peoria Gas Light and Coke company’s and another firm by which he was employed. Tried to KUI Hie Wife. St Louis, April 24 —George Beckman. a machinist and known as rather a crack on patents, seriously wounded his wife this afternoon and then killed him self with a revolver. The couple had had much trouble because of the husband spending most of his earnings in useless inventions._ Progress. It is very important in this a« of vast material progress that a remedybe pleasant to the taste and eye, easily taken, acid I feet laxative known and of Figs is tbe one per-most gentle diuretic (Kansas) special says news was recer here this morning of the attempted saasination of Judge Botkin at Ulysses, Grant county, last Saturday. It is re norted an attempt was made to force him I pair Enthusiast—“What a dear little to decide a point in the preliminary I picture; ifs jast too sweet for anything! hAer!nr of the county commissioners I Can you make out the name of the ar-imnlieated in the Wolf county frauds in hist, Mr, Cadmium? It looks like p - -    *-    his    judgment. His re | ‘Ochre.* ” Cadmium (recognizing pict-Medi-ocre, I nnnoaition to his JUGgmenfc. am ic i -ucnre. Gwmmm tree* resulted in the attempted assassin-1 are by a rival) -“Humph! I guess.”—American Grocer. Cooaterfeiter* cassare* I pft^ spasms, St. Vitus dance, nervous-Chicago, April 24 —An important ar- neu and hysteria are soon cured by Dr. rest of counterfeiters was made hereto I MiIec* Nervine. Free samples at J. a day For months the county has been    drfia, flooded with *10    - ta Iiava been istusd by the Got min Na- UonsTbiukof New Oriels,**which tek”n i^cuatodywMe passing bills, and ^•200^ counterfeits were found on their persons. ^-i—ed far U««ar De- -—tyed sheriff Damage One morning, in e garden bed. The onion end the carrot said, Untoaptreley group: ’Db. when shell we ’hree mf et again In thunder, light leg, or rn rxin?” “Ala«r exclaimed n ton®* of pain, Tho parsley—‘ In the eoun.” —Phi Adrip hie Pr< aaeaeaHnaM BHH I etreyed v ^Z^^naDers apa* a number of peo-1 of Savoy. *?T^^ySli*r directly or iadirect-1 favorites et "«*«1 * Meting. TO® Asms of Feq alaite, Delicate imperishable perfume*-C. B Woodworth & Son's “Blue Lillies” and “Pearl The two perfumes. Your once because they are so A De mea ted Young Man Laeeratce Himself Terribly Bnf Not Fatally. Special to The Hawk-Eye. Creston, lo., April 24 —Yesterday a young man named Heifer living four miles west of Fontanelle in Adair coun ty, aged twenty-three years, attempted suicide by cutting the arteries of his wrist with a razor. He made frightful cuts on both arms, cutting the cores and smaller arteries but not fatally in-I juring himself. Ten years ago a brother of young Heiser, aged eighteen, com mitted suicide by hanging. Temporary insanity caused the trouble in both cases. ME. Pleasant Mailer*. Correspondence of The Hawk-Eye. Mt. Pleasant, April 24 —Dr. Chaa. F. Marsh and family have returned from their Florida home and in the future will make this their home- So it is with all those who leave Iowa soil to find bet ter. The Deering special arrived on time and greeted the vast assembly with circulars and music. It was a question for a while who was running the show, for each piece of music from the Deering band was greeted by the college students with their college yell, which waB high I? appreciated bv the pilgrims. Clara Louise Kellogg is with us to night and will be greeted with a full house. The Odd Fellows of this city will be with you in force on the 29th. Damage Dane by a One Explosion Sioux City, April 24—About noon yesterday an explosion of illuminating gas occurred in the new Krumann block. All the windows were blown out and a grocery store badly wrecked. No one was injured. _ Dee Melees Merebanta at Lance I Special lo The Hawk-Eye. Des Monos, April 24 —The commercial exchange held a largely attended lunch to-night at which there were many* fine addresses oyer the bright I prospects of Des Moines. Hon. John A T. Hull, ex-lieutenant governor and i it candidate for congressional la this district made aa address -CX; and took strong grounds in favor of a radical mod fixation of the interstate co annerre law, saying that the law as it now exists is in the interest largely of the fermi r a1 city and works against the growing inland towns like Des Mo.net. .J mi ped to Hie Deata. Special to Tub Hawk-Eye. Indbpsxdence, lo., April24.—Charley Pierce, of this city, a painter, twenty-seven ytsrs of age, married and having one child, was killed while attempting to jump from a north bound freight on tho Buriir>«ton. Cedar Rapids and Northern at 13 yantsbuTg, the first station north cf this place, yesterday morning. Pierce s’ruck violently against a maS-e&tching post, which scattered his brains over the platform. A Narrow Ka ca po. Special to Th* Hawk-Eye. Shbllsbukg, April 24—A severe accident befell Henry Imbody at 8. 8 Hannon’s 8awm:li yesterday. He stepped over a shaft which runs a large saw and *ome large bolts caught his heel and pulled him under, tearing his leg badly. He threw himself forward and caught hold of the bait cover and saved himself from beme torn to pieces, thus narrowly escaping a horrible death. Oratorio! Contest. ^pcclei to Tub Hawx-Eyb. Moulton, April 24 —A young fellow bv the name of Lloyd Tennant carried ff tbe pr z ? at the declamatory contest f the Moulton High schools tonight. Eight contestants appeared and all renderings were excellent aud reflect great credit and honor upon the management of our public schools. Wee Probate? In cane Special to The H*w«-Etk Crnterv11,lr, April 24 —Lewis Robin, a Russian Jew aged twenty two years, with no relations in this country, shot himself hero last night and died this morning. He left two letters, one in Hebrew and the other English, stating that he felt that he was in danger of becoming insane and preferred death. Happily Married. Specie! to Tse Hawk-Eye Moulton, lo , April 24—There were married Sunday evening in this city, at the residence of the i Al "dating clergyman, Rev 8. J. O Ebv, William Hill and Miss Mary Guile, both of this city. Their many friends wish them a long l'fe and much happiness. The ceremony was private, only a few intimate friend! being present. Tbe Odd Fellow* at Connell Blaff*. Council Bluffs, la , April 24 —The .Odd Fellow- celebration here to day waa participati d in by the lodges of western Iowa and eastern Nebraska. Five thousand persons were in line and the city is gaily decorated J. C. Underwood, grr.nd sire of the order and J. C. Logue-ville grand master of Iowa, made addresses. _ Rial# Board of Pharmacy. Special to The Hawk-Kyb. Moines, April 24 — The state hwd of pharmacy was organized today, wiih II K Snyder aa president. Cl. A Weaver who retires from the board by the appointment of Harrison was employed a secretary. HAWKE YE GLANCES. MarkiedSixty Five Years.—Warden McMillan’s father and mother, of Marshalltown, expect to celebrate their ality fifth wedding anniversary next Sunday. Clinton's Saloons —Clinton’s saloonkeeper* ate to p ty $24 85 per month for mainl&i ling nuisances, to which $9 85 * week will be added if they keep open on Sunday. Asks a Big Bonus.—The Chamberlain Pie-v c nr p my of Dubuque ask a bonua of 125 030 from the people of Grinnell for i's removal to that city. Of thia amount one citizen offers to donate $10,-000. Bounty on Wolf Scalps —J. F Dry-dei found eleven wolf whelps in a straw stack on his fa-m in Poweshiek county and took the scalps to the auditor, who paid 'he $2 bounty on each as provided by law. C R mpp ran across a litter of seven for which he received the legal bounty. Got a Good Job—Mr. 8 C. Osborn, of Glenwood, fur several years auditor of Mills country, has received colics of hi* appointment as inspector of immigration at G .verier’* Island, New York, at a salary of $2 500 per year and traveling expends. Mr Oiborn will leave for his new field of labor soon. Annoyed by Sunday Trains —The people c f Nassau are up in arms againal Sunday train. The freight reaches that place ju“t as services at the church near the track are about half through r.d many in the congregation find it ntcepsary to leave the services in order to hold ’heir horses tied to the rack near the church. There is a stong sentiment favoring the enforcement of the Sunday aw. Will Hunt Wolves -Active preparations are bb’Dg made in Fe. Dodge for a grand wolf hunt. Within the past week wolves have been committing numerous depredations in the southern part of the county. Pigs, calves and other live stock have been killed and devoured. Tuesday a nine year-old boy had a narrow escape from ferocious wolves. About fifty sportsmen will participate in the hunt, and expect to secure as many sca;p3 in the round up._ From BlanaineYllie, nuncle Correspondence of Th* Hawk eye. Blandinsville, 111 , April 24 —Th* farmers are busy everywhere planting corn.... We are in need of a good rain. ..Alex. McLaren, manager for John O. Huston, importer and breeder of Clydesdales, is building a $2,OGO residence. Architect Tilton, of La Harpe, has the contract for finishing the building complete M E Watson is still on the sick list E. Brandon, our prominent :ket agent, is contemplating a trip through California and Washington Territory and will be absent about two months. Mile*’ Ne* es ana Liver Fills. An important discovery. They aet on the liver, stomach and bowels through the nerves. A new principle. They speedily cure biliousness, bad torte, torpid liver, piles and constipation. Splendid for men, women and children. Smallest, mildest, surest, 80 doses for 25 centi. Samples free at J. H. Witte's drug lion. Fire and Bate. Special to The Hawx-Eyb Carthage, 111., April 24.—The fire department was called to the premise! of T. A. J. Asbury last evening where a large barn was in flames. Loss, several hundred dollars Hundreds of rata fled from the burning pyre, causing no little excitement among the feminine portion of the impromptu gathering. Bae*Urn’s Anele The best salve in the world for ento» bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblain! corns and all skin eruptions, and positive y cures pilei, or no pay required. ll is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded. Price $6 centi per box For ale et Henrw** drug store. An Iaeaae Haetaad’e Deed. San Francisco, April 24 —Michael Lane, a stone cutter, shot and fatally wounded his wife to-day, and then committed suicide. It is supposed he was temporarily insane. Colome!,, neys air* satire is bx Archbishop Ryan, of FU MoNally,of Bt. Louis,end a' neat people. I ;

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