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   Burlington Hawk-Eye (Newspaper) - April 30, 1890, Burlington, Iowa                                f 4 r V THE B ESTABLISHED 18390 APRIL Pities 15 CENTS PXK Wi A Uvely SecBkm the The April Preaideat vetoed the hoaaebniaa thoriting tto construction of aa addition to tto public building at Tto bill u origin ally introduced fixed a limit to tto expense and tto president cites a letter from the supervising architect of tto treasury that an extenaion of ample dimensions could to erected for The building for which tto exten sion is proposed cost andwas only completed last Tto presi dent in part I am not unfriendly to a liberal expenditure for tto erection of public buildings where tto safely and convenience of tto transaction of public business aad tto returns will It would be wiser in my opinion to build more and lets costly and to ox by general law the s mount of annual expenditures for this purpose and some order of ref erence for cities asking for public build But in view of tto pending legis lation looking to a very large reduction ot our revenues and tto urgency and necessity for a large increase of expend tures in certain I am of the opinion the appropriations for the erection of public buildings and all kindred expenditures should to kept at a minimum until the effort of other probable legislation ia accurately met The erection of public buildings ia largely a matter of local necessity and while the expenditures for tto enlarged relief of soldiers and sailors of the war for necessary cout and for the extension of our commerce with other American are of uni versal necessity and involve considera not of but of safety and JUmnd BUI da Od undoubtedly to emmed by ourt The would recover tarn the public trearary had paid in exoaw of twentyfour cents after having already added that enass to tto price of tto ooa April 29 the after the transaction of some routine business of little public the consideration of the land forfeiture bill wan Plumb discussed to lands in Platt interrupted to offer a concur rent resolution which wu agreed re questing the president to reurn tto Ok lahoma He explained owing to an error of his the word west had been used in place of east in tto de scription of The consideration of the land forfeit ure bill wai then On motion to lay Calls amendmenton the no quorum nays but as a call of the agnate showed the presence of flftytwomem Sherman rose and said that when ever a quorum wu present and the vote did not disclose that to would in sist upon the sensible rule that the sena tors present and not voting should jbe Bltokburn uked if Sherman in tended to disregard pairs or tto rules of the senate and authorised tto presiding officer to do that which tto speaker of the house had been engaged in Sherman said to would not break a pair but it is the duty of every person not paired to He the fact of such senators being present and con stituting a quorum may be properly an nounced by its and that even the rule adopted by the houae of representa tives ia in exact accordance with our own rules and with the After some further debate a vote wu again taken and Calls amendment wu laid on the table by a silent party you rays Moody rffered an amendment This could not to prevented tat magma could prevent impor len from continuing this onto tto supreme court rendered the It was tto duly of congress to protect tto people and tto treasury against this Mr Mills aaid tto aecreUry of tto treararys deciaion was palpable viola tion of the law to aave tto government from authorized by tto ffietal act of tto secretary to aave tto people from tto burden ot payinc duty The government and people tod to As palpably wrong as tto bin might be totter to pass it than to tow tto people pay tto duty McMiHen of Tennessee opposed the Tto committee then rose and Dingly moved further debate to limited to forty McMillan thought this too short and the consequence was three roll calls before tto motion was agreed An other roll call was necessary to resolve the house back into the Springer of Wilson of West Virginia and Breckinridge of Ken tucky opposed the McKinly defended tto decision of tto secretary of tto Tto bill provided for simple It din not increase tto The duty now paid paid under the decision of tto secre tary and all the bill did was to continue the collection of duty under the interpre tation of the law given by the of offered an amendment providing for free raw wool and a duty of 35 cents advalorem on wanted and woolen cloths after the first ot The chairman ruled the out on a point of order on the ground that tto bill referred to the and not the rates of Breckinridge but the de cision was 74 to The committee then rose and reported the bill to tto On the passage of the bill no quorum was and there being no quorum in view of the fact that a republican caucus was called for this evening at moved an which was car IOWA The Coming Klectneatioa PeetBoaedHovr Kesamler Be Law IB the CaseCrimbsal April laonaeaaent this afternoon that udae of the United States cir cuit had issued a writ of baton corpus oa tto cue of the condemned returnable nne wu a great surprise For tuny tto townspeoplehave been tto verge of expectancy awaiting tto execution by electricity for tto first here hu also been in town ianumer tie newspaper This afternoon at e dinner table they received tto first intimation when District Attorney Qnim of laid there wouldnt to ty execution and to was going Tto reporters hastened to the prison aad after a abort time Warden Durston told lem tto Then there wu a wild rush of reporters for the telegraph three blocks away and attracted by the running men crowds of people poured of houses there was ut oon f men and p tto la lave Week XB41BK April Bpeottl to Tu April 27 Postofflce changes in Iowa during the week ending April 1890 Warren Bollin Postmoasters Mar ion George Metz Sac Hunefeld Du buque Harriman Warren Story Hutteberg Harrison P Morrow Madison Mary E Travis Winnebago Kloster Bos Marlon John Walker Lee Frank Denny Decatur Palmer Outhrie WAftHIKGXOK HKWB and stores and a long string children running while out of the Jwrs and windows were shouted to the van of the procession all sort of inqui moat frequent of which LM to been touched off yet This ex touched off is the audura ray of referring to Tto writ was obtained in New York f exAssistant District Attorney Boyer He had never communi cated with Kemmler and just who em loyed him cannot be His con ecion with the case seems to be like tat of Bourke who a year go opposed Kemmlers execution on 10 ground that it was cruel and and therefore against the tate There has been ttie doubt that Cochran had some assistance from the electrical company hose apparatus was chosen for the ex the company saying it did not it its dynamos used for auch to result of the fight in the state courts was in favor of the new law and since IB final decision nothing has been done until Sherman came here today company with who u tto attorney for several electric light Both of these gentlemen re fused to Warden who has Men bothered greatly by newspaper and others the past few at nt refused to believe in tto genuineness Shermans Sherman there pon went before Judge JJwight and made the necessary a After Warden Duni Zrrer to IB OBIa kiuaui April 29 clerical er ror wu discovered in the text of the bill establishing the territory of the boundary line being erroneously The bill is still in the interior de partment and hu not been signed by the The house agreed to the senate concurrent resolution requesting the president to return tto Oklahoma bill for the purpose of having tto error recti repted the service and allowed emmler to sign tto papers constituting Sherman his who A BBPUBLICAH republican caucus tonight contid u McComas commonly known Tto end the as tto antigerrymandering and tto MorriU service pension McComas explained bis bill and referred to tto ac tion of the Maryland and Ohio legisla tures as indicative ot the need f or imme diato action on the subject endorsed of McComai which wu agreed to declaring the act not to be construed to confer any right on any corporation or parson to lands exoepted in Tto bill wu then passed without divi McPherson introduced a bill grant inc a pension of a year to the widow of General MoOlemen The senate then prooeeded to tto con lideralion of the MoEinley administn live customs The bill wai reed and the amendments recommended by the committee agreed Several others were submitted and went over without THE Tilt Between Beat April was a spirited and heated skirmish in the house today when of riling to a question of personal de nied the statement made a few days ago by of to the effect that there had been ballot stuffing in dis The speaker ruled that this did not present a matter of personal privi Thii resulted in tone sharp in which the speaker WM contradicted by and Mills of Tens accused him of Tto speaker declared Mills out of whereupon he re sponded I am in and tto speak er is more out of order than the gentle men from The ruling is simply Tto nutter was then of and of opposed the The litter said it wat retro active end would be in vidious and transferring to the national congress an odious species The senate resolution was concurred in concerning tto irrigation of arid lands in the valley of tto Bio Tto house then prooeeded to consider the bill removing the charge of desertion from the record of William Thiiioldier wai prisoner daring the and in order to the hard shtpi of prison life enlisted IB the eon federate army and returned to the union the bffl After fbe postoffloe bUlwai that nported and plaoadflsi tto calen after which tto tunm went Into UU pro Cor of gerrymandering which now and then states resort to without effecting any Tto debate continued fully two hours and the matter finally went FAVOB8 HXKDEBSOlf B Representative of to day introduced to the house committee on railroads and of Fort as a represents life of the Bnkemens Allocution of the United addressed the committee in favor of the Henderson bill for the protection of railroad A NKW SERVICE PKHBIOK ingalls has a bill grant ing e pension of ee a month to all per sons who served in the late war not less than three months nor more that one year IB to those serving more than a year and not over eight hundred days and those who served over eight hundred days one cent per day for each deyi No person who is worth or over at the time of application to be entitled to this BIQKBD AN ABBITSATIO5 The representatives of ten of the sev teen nations participating in the interna tional American conference lut Moadsy signed an agreement drawn up by the conference for a settlement by arbitra tion of differences and disputes between The nations signing wen tto United Haytiend the United Statee of Bmll It is expected three more signatures aal sealiwUl be added soon and it is hoped tto signatures of all the powers will be secured in the course of tto rammer and Great enthusiasm ii fait at the state department over tto rapid progress of so important a The house committee on ww claims ordered an adverse report on thFtnston hill appropriating to nimbnae Konaay for moneys expanded is nasal of Fort Sedfwiek BtiBtery IB Colorado whole oa tto bill providing fcrtto of for property captured or destroyed by tto confederate TtoexpeuMof Dolpi gating committee was Several oorrespoadaata uader eabpoaaaa attho oaly testifying aave toeai and are la bopu another in TJM pnettumt hu appointed axGovar aor of chairman o tto Cherokee vice VBVBBBlata taiM aad laniard to tto BSB of laumsil uoac tto ItoaanaotaU oa territorial to a iavonftde report on tto ttoecoopoftto ffntf UKU CUEff Bton ac very dull Mention to of paid no what he was signing and knew nothing of tto importance of tto apen until nearly four oclock when Tarden Durston went in aad formerly xplainedto him what had then tto prisoner looked u though i did not fully and tto warden said It means your ezecu on is not coming off and that you wfll have two and perhaps to said uat u though the were beginning o dawn upon that me feel inch Kemmlers face wu ex and he sat down without ppearing greatly Tto fu nreof the cue will probably to an ther one of protracted and it may to several longer be ore a decision of the court is handed If the decision advene Sher man may appeal it to the United Btatei upreme court and this will result in fur ther The lawyers here that the application will not M successful ss they assert it is clearly within the limits of the decision of the upreme court in a cue where it wu claimed the eighth provision of tto con titution applied to state laws imposing 29 com b earpeiten iMkeud tonight tto toadquazten of the journeymen were more deasrtee than at any time meat was due to tto fact that tto determin atioa to make a with tto Boat CarpeateH andBnfldexs asso ciation made tto uiiremittiag of tto last three weeks Tto initial stops towards dadariag tto strike off nave beea ead many mem bers of tto new anociatioa think work will to returned FridayThe old Muter Carpenters association wffl to but they are not losing such sleep over the prospect The joaraeymeai aad bosses celebration coBUiittee had a lengthy conference afteraooa and arranged for a meeting tomorrow to consider A eoinajttor from tto old association called on tto mayor thii afternoon to uk for adequate police protection for nonunion men with whom they propose to resume work next They were promised Their petition recites of violence on the part of tto Later in tto day tto com mittee of strikers called on tto mayor and protested against the charges in tto THB COOPERS WILL April Coopers u sembly at a meeting tonight decided to demand the eighthour day and decided April very sad acci dent occurred this morning about tight oclock oa tto tracks tut tto packing houw of Morrell 4 aged woman aixty four ywn wife of her death almost Mike Johaaon with engine 315 wu puffing out twelve can of coal oatto packing house He no ticed tto aged woman about seven feet tto trask and supposed She was iteadiag there waiting for tto en His tor and snppoeed sto no attempt to But uttoypaieed tto spot they saw tto won face wearing tto deepest expresdoa of tto gray hair dishevelled and tto listakable signs of an accident in tto pool of blood near Stopoing tto ine they ascertained that she had en deavored to cross the track at an inop portune moment and had both cut off just below tto In twenty min utes she was dead from tto shock and oss of although a physician wu quickly to accept a reduction from the present rate of ten percent in Committees were appointed to wait on various packing and in case of refuial tha men will go on a strike The police are making elabor ate preparations to guard against prospec tive trouble at the BOSTON CABPMTKRS A UHTT THB EIGHT HOUR April amalgamated society of carpenten and joinen lut night formally decided to cooperate with the brotherhood of Thii every labor organization in Boston in line for the eight hour move ment on May PETITION Or THB OKION OF W ASHES April petition wu presented from local union Uni ted Brotherhood of Carpenters and Join en of asking congress to amend tto so u to require tto insertion of an eight hour dame ia all contracts for government BXPUET liBAYU April morning Jia a young man about eighteen yean working for a farmer near wu about to hang himself when he wu discovered by the farmers He had climbed to the top of the tarn and had a rope around his le had a plank so fixed that by pulling out a fork it would let the plank and he would fall fifteen He had written a letter to his stating hat he wu tired of Ufa and that he wu no good to any one and had batter be out of the When he wu discovered w tried to have tto woman go away and save Ha Aeeepts Frees April Manager of the Burlington and today to take effect June He has accepted tto sec ond vice presidency of the Mil wankee aad Paul road and will have entire charge of the operating and traffic Tto Burlington today elected George now vice president of the Burlington and u second vice president of tto Q system to succeed He will act temporarily u general man KaUIiBOAD April reported from Baa that a Chicago syndicate purchased all the street rail roads of that the price paid amount ing to f A AW April from Dela goaBay state that the railway from Delajtoa Bay to tto frontier of tto Tians vaal Republic is completed and open to ANNUAL BXPOET Or TEE UNION April Union Pacific issued its annual report to stockholders ertain pu upreme court nishments In that case tto decided the provision applied to national and not state egal But should the tto York law state edearal decide unconstitutional the New wiU be confronted with a here will he in prison a number of con earned murderers who cannot be put to Tto law providing for the rope u a means of it is argued by hu been supplanted by the electrical If tto latter is ruled out the state will have no law for capital punishment and any new statute which might be paued providing a means of xecution could not effect those sent irior to its WH THB WRIT WAS April 29 The clerk of the United States court this evening put the official seal on the Kemmler writ and it to The petition upon which it wu granted sets forth that the punishment imposed in the statute i cruel and and that it conflicts with the federal constitution n that the punishment imposed deprives foamier of life without due process of oaly in that the mode of putting dm to death is unlawful bnt also that the judicial function of fixing the time of death is taken from the court and delegated to an executive officer or eosse uncertain substitute April Some excitement prevails at Ala over tto disappearance of Gany cashier of the Bank of Not and diligent search U being made for The condition of the banh is not While the report shows sub stantially the same result u for the whole system shows comparative loss ia tto surplus of the total sur for tto year being 000 last Toe whole system of miles shows net earnings of an increase of The total debt to the government December wu the amount to the credit of the sinking fund in the United States treasury wss u increase of for the THIS April Baltimore and Ohio Railroad company todaj granted tto of their employes for an This ii the first break in the railroad THE OEHUUL FAgBINBXB April general pu senger agents of the western roads mat today end made some progress towan the reorgsniisUon of the Western States Passenger association Attempts tto Trackaidu Tenur MM At noticed tto Un boned iato tto middle aad pretty Bear both Kaough nsaaiaed to to seat to Waaa iatfoaforredaeiptiosu April aaareaWa aiaid ia city those taken iato custody were daMonaaad hia A of additional were made at placu throughout France of to riot aadpfllaga oa May Jortymore wenamated ia this city for attempting to create dia ordan by inciting the April Queen Victoria left Darmstadt for Kagland this morn April Ed ward Ham the first Baron is Hia father wu the first Minister from Great Britain to tto United With his death the title becomes extinct Then an not many men ia public affairs rho waste any sentiment ban said Robert A Lane of tto muman uu tuam Wta tto lai et tto latentate Sea Special to Tn April tto medical student whose mys terious disappearance from Chicago created gnat anxiety to his parents wu found in Denver by his father aad rongbt back He latanot explain low to came to leave except that to wu soiled by an uncontrollable desire to get He went fint to Kansu City and then to He to have been craze of some laboring under a Special to THB Das April inspection of the Iowa National Guard las Colonel Gilchrist of Iowa commanding the Third inspected companies A and H and tto regimental band Tto colonel mied by the adjutant and major of the regiment Tto battalion made a fine with very few ab Hem FOXT April anti horse thief association hu been organ ised at ia tto south part of Webster Tto organisation is made up of many of whom have suffered from tto depredations of horse and its object ia to hunt up and bring to justice any marauder who oper ates ia that part of the Numer ous thefts in which the hone stealen have caused the farmers to take this They are rather inclined to look oa tto newspaper representative u one of the tentacles of a and to step oa it aad bruise it oa general prin ciples at every If they want tto reporter to do something for them they an u friendly as a porona but if they do not they take oc casion to snub they But Thomas of the Peoples Church isnt this He is a man who hu something like human sympathy for his and when he cannot be accused of having any selfish interest at A short time ago I wu assigned to get a synopsis of hia Sunday morning It happened that the night be fore wu and I wu hust with a lot of other oa a veiy important local sensation antil tto second edition went to As a con sequence I looked rather fagged out when I presented myaelf at Thomass house early tto next afternoon and uked to be allowed to look over the manu script of his sermon and make a tran script He took me into his lib rary aad seated me at his with a few cordial words made me feel at Tton he sat down and I pitched into my After a few minutes he said Wen you at work late lut Lanef i told him I wu laboring until nearly oclock on the sensation which all the Sunday papers You must be he Ton look 1 laughed and told him that I but Out such a consideration didnt count ia the newspaper Ive preached my regular ser mon and conducted two funerals he in his comfortable and Im pretty tired myself bnt I doat believe Im u tired u yon yon lie down hen on this lounge and go to sleep while I write a synopsis of that sermon for I protested u I was bound ia decency to but the good Doctor gently and in a moment or two I was stretched out on his comfortable library lounge and he wu tucking a blanket around I will he u to fixed me up that you wont catch any theological heresies from this and it will keep yon from tak ing Then he sat down at his desk and while tired u I was and lulled by the delicious consciousness of kindly drifted off into the sweetest sleeo 1 wu awakened by the Doctors finger aad thumb on my and sat up an got my bearings while he stood and smiled with Ton wen sleeping so soundly and evidently enjoying it so much that I couldnt bring myself to awaken you gpceuto April big crowd ssaemblad at tto hue ball park aft ernoon to witness tto initial game ia tto interstate Tto home that they were no match for tto visiton who were too much for them at every They lacked tto dash dis played by ttoir aad were aotic ably outplayed at tto bat and ia tto Anderson wuia tto box for tto visiton and pitched usual strong and steady He wu hit but seldom and managed to keep those widely One of tto features of the game wu Shugerf a playing at It wu beautifulmagnificent Some of his were truly Tto field ing of Murray and Kata wu alao very white tto batting of Vaa Zaat and Bhugert wu among tto arttctic and much applauded of tto contest the home wu hit very Hnnkey Bines wu all hunkey behind tto bat He sup ported Aadenoa la gnat form and throwing to bates wu Tto following is the Daaiela and Umpired April Brooklyn game postponed om i April loam April SaXJ Toledo April SyracaasAtk letic game postponed oaaeeouat of ntsv 8t Paul April April Moinei April City April Special to April guaa of ban between tto Cedar team and University team today re sulted in a score of 7 to t ia favor of Cedar April Fint Threeyearolda and sixteenths of a mile Eight toSevea Tnm Carl Chilhowto titiid Second tva fur long Soug Knay Bow Howard Pigarra third Third six furlongs Belter BkeUer Engltoa Lady Lady Blackburn third Fourth Hotel one mile Rob Bpiarre Morri Atticus third Fifth Houaa handi three yearolds and mile and seventy Hua tresa Billy Pinkertoa Boa nie King third HaL Deatfe M Fualf Special to Tan H Dis April a resident of East Des attempted suicide by cutting his throat with a pocket knife this The fear that be would not recover from a paral ytic stroke with which he wu attacked last Saturday caused tto rash act He will BBB1OUI a Bake Baraea u April 29 Yesterday at a mall town twenty milei from two wall children of Anton Foraksr were killed by a falling which their had chopped down b tto afternoon of the same day tha dwelling occupied by Ole a wei destroyed by flre and his babe boned to The father was badly burned while trying to rescue the crib In which he thought tto infant HAWKEYE AN bam MOTHXBB of Mills became insane and attempted to drown her two chil She then tried to jump iato hut WM restrained by he A Niw HISH have been adopted and tto contract awarded for tto new high school binding at Cedar It will seat 400 pupils and wfll to one of tto finest structures of the kind in the DIED AT PBATBB one of the oldest dtiiens of dropped dead it a prayer meeting lut Frfdiy He waia msa eminently respected by ell end well known throughout the Ctosx TEB of Bionx hu changed his tastics eegerding the saloons ami cauaed he 38 0 0 4 M 1 b 16 SCOBB BT 0338100 z18 Bamad Tan and Bate on BurUngtnn B left on Bans Burlington Struck OntBy AnxWrwa April score of the April 3ft lut part of the spring meeting of tto Hew Jersey Jockey Club opened to eightto of a mile Salisbury iTitz Roy Raoco coaa Second of a mile Prince Howard Flambeau Kemplrad third Third of a mile Count Luna Royal Garter Little Barefoot third Fourth aad oneeJahth miles Judge Morrow Jack Rose Homopathet third J Fifth mfla Highland Lu aie Young Grace dandiae third Sixth mile Sparling Little Jack second Hamlet third game tore wu i o s oooo 018 010 os Johnson Hall Tarn Here ia your 1 had slept away the whole afternoon while he had done my work and enjoyed seeing me rest theres my idea of a thoroughly good BIVMT BMW C A rise of onehalf inch ia recorded by tha making the total height above low water eight feet eleven and onehalf The rafter Thistle paued up yesterday to bring a raft out of New Boston The Golden Gate met with the most serious mishap encountered by a steamer in thii neighborhood since the Everett She had a large log raft in tow for which in collision with the draw of the railroad bridge below Special to the TBBBB April 89 opening game of the Intentate League in city today resulted in a sound defeat for the home A good crowd wu The score Tern 0123083 Tern Vogel and Burnett Dolan and Terra Haute Evaaaville Etraed Evansville Base off Vogel Dolan Two base TrsstZ Three baee Home Paseed Burnett Trait Time of of urn CIMe This ia what you ought to ia you must have to fully enjoy Thousands are searching for ft and mourning they find it not Thousand upon of dollars are spent annually by our people in the hope that they may attain thia And yet it may to had by We guarantee that Kectric if used according to and ttouee persisted will bring you good digae iion and oust the demon Dyspepsia and install instead We recommend Electric Bitten for dyspepsia aad all dis eases of stomach aad Bold at 50o and bottle at drug Caador Cincinnati During the of Rich elieu by the Booth Mod jeafca eompaay not long ago there wu aa episode which pointed a if it did not adora tto and caused a a ripple of sserriBMBl It will be remembered faatwtoaRiea elieu proposes to read hie vereu to Jo seph the latter uide Strange that so great a Matesmaa should to so pier tto he chief of police to notify all thess oou to close May lit or prepare for a vigorous proeecution under the dirk of tto Oikaloosa dry nun ceivedword that the Oskaloosa schools iid won the Iowa nag offered by the fouthi Companion for the bast essay on tto American written by Miss tto baby had bean left in the Dseissmave Piwtrtonrw us the BLACK April at a coavict camp oa tto railroad liaefoaradluaortkof four eoa victe made a break for They ired upon by tto guard aad one killedaadenottorfatally Tto other two April Pierre 8 tie firet have been Kelley of that THB IDUSCBI amount of ia tto state treasury at tto floating wamati now there ii left on It iihntaihorttliieago leitatewii Bhonlost Amaaaaaad fifty toad of eattle aad T with to who have siaoa ban ISHIilBTalT April Great Am BIV a and They an uadoabted Out tto s very fast A VASAL a was iniuatly killed Friday aft whQe Jnaanincoa aawviag train April Aa eveaiag Wiacoaaia special from Fort tto tug toad of tto Lynn llae was sailed by iiistceas author itiu today for violatioa of tto iateraa ttoaal aad to FT ABsfl of ChBtlsaMr Dsftrnwasl Aprfl boat oaa uea OB tha lake eadttneof The essay was danghter of out ite debt of near it getting rich Tto raft was almost completely demolished and the logs floated down the the sport of the swirling cur There is a very strong cross cur rent between the sheer boom and the draw pier and the tug was unable to bring her raft about before it struck up on the The tag in her efforts to save tto raft herself struck upon tha pier and had her guards torn Have On April 22d and May the Bur Cedar Rapids Northern will sell Home Beckers Sicnnion tick ets from stations oa its line north of and including Iowa in Minnesota and Booth Dakota to all points in Indian Hew Wyom South and North Dakota also to in Tennes Georgia and at a rate of on VABB MB THB BOOTH For further enquire of any ticket agent of this rtopat Pklladelpb Brooklyn Clnctonsti Cleveland Hew AmmiOAH Bonhester M 4M Philadelphia New Bloux DM 8t 686 eon 444 115 S 0 0 113 lai Yaetartav and Madras in tie Jasoa is rMttat iriattfM to was to the elty Play we April The following is tto scon Boston 0 60 Q 0 0 BSM Boiton New York Boeton New York Bat Madden indMurphy ODay and flaffney and Aprfl The following is the scon Brooklyn 00001889T iadalpala 0 S S l 0 a Brooklyn Philadelphia 13 Philadelphia Daly and murphy Busted aad Fer guoa aad April following iitheioon I 0 0 1 0 e i i i i i Fiuabnrc Cleveland Er Pttmbus V develaad Batter Qalvia aad nurleavBakely mA Apsfl Chicago west postponed oaacconatofwet toempted to jump skull wu iastaaua mum tto queatioa of a aew conn Boat left jMtwdayaftajnooo fbr a tsa tasUses otaisl te thnettjlestevenJnaoBkisway to FleasanMivlettiaff of kar Ooadaetor of Ul Hantaa atnet urifce bad a aaye tto what were you aayiagf Jo seph replies I said it wu strange that so great a statesman should to so sublime a No to didntl piped a voice in the audience near the It was from s little girl who then stood up and continued The priest hat lied He said it the other way I The BullactM For Kansas St Joseph and local points on the A take tto St which through Pullman sleeping and chair can from Burlington to making con nection there with tto 4 solid veitibuled train direct to Atchison and Kansas Pullman palace sleeping can and fret reclining chair For full particulars apply to A Ticket Union 0 t l The flratwhite man hanged ia Missu dopi for murdering a negro wu executed March 19 Tto strongest Influences were brought to bear to prevent the exs but the governor refused to in The situation in Rio de Janeiro is still somewhat The garrison of tha city recently became disaffected sad wae ordered to tto The troops refused to and the government canceled the The oldest centenarian record in recent times wu known ae Old He wsslUS years old when he aadit JasaU that he would havt lived longer had to not been from hie quiet country nometobeshowatoOhirlML Btvwei a and worked herd up to ill 120th The Trappists and certain of tto Bendectines never eel end tto only eat it wtoathef are The keep two tto usual aad another of about equal lenjkhinthe Thf Jesuits on the other darttftki longcoaneof yean whkl Oer demit but not ftosa AprQ follow oioooio 0 D 1 0 1 Hew York iattoi Aprfl following Sealed propoaate for aad wWrb fromBouadary to Snauur street front AanlaT to alao for gradiac aasf t Spring to Jranklia wffl jar ceivedattlieeityeleraecBtaaBtfll tat nlaae aad can at tto rivyjingiaura citr couacil reasrvep tto it to IshaS engraved on tto Dying PaaWthatwBI   

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Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!

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Your Membership Includes:
  • 25 page views for 1 month
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
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Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a 6 Month Membership only for $99.95
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Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!

What our Customers Say:

"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.

"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.

"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.

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