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Burlington Hawk-Eye (Newspaper) - May 2, 1890, Burlington, Iowa THE B ESTABLISHED VEST SAYS HIS SAY TBEIIEEODEIEEIiTDB KIT PEODDCT He EreBeatc Three Bills fer CesuMeta tioaThe AatMrast Mil faencfl by the HouseSame Startling Pension May from the select committee on meat nade a report and accompanied it with an He said the committee had investigated the subject very folly and had now reported four measures for the consideration of the The first was the concurrent resolution ask ing the president to inaugurate a diplo matic correspondence with the author ities of Great Britain to bring about the repeal or modification of the existing quarantine relations of the united king The next measure was one pro viding for national inspection law and requiring all live cattle to be impeded when and also cattle intended for exportation or the meat of whichis intended for The next measure was intended to prohibit the monopoly now practiced as to the stor age capacity of ateamships carrying cattle to foreign nnuntries Ividenee had shown that in Xew York the practice had obtained among steamship compan ies belonging to foreign nation there being no American linec of leasing or sometimes a single sometimes all the vessels in a for a of bffls from the judiciary committee ia lowing order Beaate bffl nletiag to house bfll relatiag to house bffl nlatiag to baakmptcy each other bffls as the eomsi caU This order to in force today aad tomorrow The resolutioa was adopted aad the house to coaeider the bffl to protect trade aad against unlawful restraints aad moaopo This measun is kaowa aatitrust Aa ameadmeat by making it unlawful for any COB tract or agrremeat to prevent competi tioa in the sale or purchase of any com IOWX PK1BAY MAY PRICK 15 CENTS FBK Wi modify from one itate to another was adopted aad tae bffl was peased with a single negative of called up the international copyright bffl aad ex plained its Without action the hou e May joint of the house and senate committees on immigration was held Repre sentative chairman of the house which investigated theiub ject at New made a Hie inspection of immigrants at Castle Garden he pronounced a farce and said immigrants were fleeced by boarding house The observation of the immigrant officials is that that undesir able clement is Italians ara coming in without money and of months in to one The result wai other shippers number hid no opportunity of putting cattle in the foreign market at Another of the bills was one intended to prevent the discrimination which now existed on all railroads belonging to the Trunk Lines association under which no mileage was given to any of the improved cattle can carrying live cattle from the west to the while refrigerator cars do get mile Vest asked in the name of the cat tle raisers of the country that the bills be taken up and considered at an early Cullom recognized the importance of the measures and declared himself anxious to Hecure an early He asked Vest whether the report was very long or whether It could be printed Vest replied the report covered about one hundred pages of type writ ton matter and he supposed it could be printed in a few The report of VestI committee accom the bills is a very lengthy II he committee says when the examina tion of witnesses began in it was evident that conflicting influences wen at especially in the International atte Range and that in dustrious efforts were being made to inquiries of the committee af fecting injuriously the dressed beef in terest of There was no divers ity of opinion among the witnesses aa to prinefl and as to the fact that the methods of selling beef cattle had been entirely revolutionized in the past ten The revolution took the form of a concentra tion of the market for cattle at few points with the controlling market at This the committee is due principally to the fact that a few enter prising men from Chicago are through their generous to cen tralize and control the business at that The dressed beef and canning business is practically in the hands of fnur establishments in Swift Morris nnd Hammond Whaever difference nf opinion is expressed as to the existence oT a combination between these not to bid against each other in the purchase of there was no hesitation on the part of the even when obviously prejudiced in favor of the In stating that the neutral market was Absolutely in the grasp of those four houses if they choose to exorcise As a result of the influence of these houses the com mittee noticed a reluctance on the part of the cattle raisers and commission men to testify to facts or opinions which might prejudice them in fntun trans The principal inquiry which the com mittee was directed to make was into the existence of a combination by reason of which the prices nf beef and beef cat tle had been so controlled and affected as to diminish the prices paid the producer without lessoning the cost of meal to the The facts the committee overwhelmingly that there exists such a The commission quotes a statement from Ar mours testimony that beef cattle in creased more rapidly than the popula tion in the last five from which he argued the low prices of beef cattle was partly due to over This argument Uie committee states wen not warranttd by the The railroad trunk says the control the entire meat traffic of the country in the interests of the railroad companies without exnept what they wear or carry in Owen said the Italian bankers in this country send agents to Italy to solicit natives of that country to come to These agents swindle the charging them as hich as S90 for a ticket from Na ples to New the price of which is On arriving at New tbev fo to boarding houses kept or con trolled by these Italian bankers and are thence sent out to labor under contracts made by the or with the If their pay ii fixed at 85 a day the padroni take 25 he f nrniihes a shanty in which the men live while at and has a man in charge of that The Italians an watchful and so it is im possible for to get at Within the past eight yean they have almort entirely supplanted the other races in the ranks of unskilled labor in New York In one square mile in New York there an people more than in any other cquare mile on the earths surface These people speak a foreign observe foreign and an sur rounded by a Chinese wall over which they never come and over which no American can The quality of immi gration is on the whole the percentage of Germani and Swedes is and the Italians aad Hun are Lehlbach expressed the opinion that the contract labor law in its pres ent form was a Ae to the remedies the aayi congress in s bill recently passed by the senate on the subject of has gone as far ai its power State legis lation must supplement that of congress to puniah the combines operating within the state and active and intelligent officials must be found to enfonthe laws In conclusion the mltteesayt If ihe cattle raisers of the United States an only true to them selves the immediate future promises s deliverance from the present The worst feature of the cattle trade ia the fact that so many cowi aad calves an being thrown upon the the indl cation being that the producers ate panic stricken and anxious to realise now without regard te the Then marketed at Chicago during the past year of which from 86 to HO per cent wen and 4 per cent wen Cattle raisers should be the most competent judges as to their own but if they will accept a sug gestion from the they will cease marketing their breeding and im mature and diligently prepenxor a larger supply and a brighter It is only a question of ejjrery brief time when the problem wffl be that of supplying our owa people with beef without regard to The house amendment to tae leasts bill for a public building at Illi was nonconcurred ia aad a con ference The customs administrative bffl was taken the pending quettioa beiag oa Oraya amendment escttriag to tae aggrieved importer the right to briag a common law euit agaiast the Htacofk proposed aa eawadmeat toxaecffecmatfhe court iaitsdiecre tknuaBay receive additional eadaeud difficult questioas of i meat was iaW oa the table by The toil weat over uatiH witfaanaipeesL afteraooBWitBOatf WABHISGrOH PMMlra May a letter to the speaker of the house the secretary of the interior estimates that is will nqnin annually to give a service pension to every survivor of the late war not now on the annual ly to increase the pensions of those now on the rolls to 18 per and 768 to widows of deceased soldiers a total annual expenditun of THB BIGHT HOTJB LAW OF May the house today of offend a resolution relating to the eight hour law of declaring me workmen and com posing as they do the gnat bulk of our patriotic are on this first day of agitating and demanding that hence forth eight hours shall constitute a legal dayi and resolving that it is the sense of this house that this de mand is reasonable and and that it is our belief the inauguration of said system of eight hours for a days work be conductive to public wealth and calculated to advance the intellectual and moral wel fare of the people Referred WASHINGTON ExPresident Cleveland appeared be fore the supreme court today and was admitted to practice before that Representative of today introduced a bill to repeal the civil service The house committee on foreign affairs today acted favorably on the resolution introduced by looking to the culti vation of reciprocal relation between the United Statei and other American In the house the senate concurrent resolution to cornet an error in the Ok lahoma bill was agreed In the house this afternoon Cannon announced that the tariff discussion would begin next jritut at GiU toTBa HAWKBTB May portion of the business part of this city was burned yesterday Four business houses wen completely The insurance will cover about half the AK ILLIHOTS CENTRAL DBPOT May Illinois Central depot at Winthtop aad the large grain elevator of Griswold Riik burned yesterday partly BKVBN BCTLDOraS MISSOURI May 1 at Little in this Tuesday destroyed seven insurance not Oscar Tucker has a letter from his saying that Miss Rase Klica beth with herself and hus had a narrow escape from drowning while sailing alonjt the Florida ooast near Poata Gor In a violent atom the decks of their a email eailing wen swept all baggage going with the rest A BOLD May bald aad sue cesssul diamond robbery wai accom pliehed this afternoon at the jewelry stow of Michie by thieves who sad asked to see aome ommoad rtsta They the tray worth of riags aad dashed oat of the stonaad Tae Olid BUB who had staid to ptaveatpunuitwai TUHHJS eMHHB BUmiIBIW AILE ERECT 01 TIE Owner Boies if Glad the Was fflveaTae Kaasas FroUki tiaaists Much latenetedIJea eral State DBS May dedsioa of the United States supreme court that Iowa caaaot interf en with the importa tion ofliquor has created great take the extreme view that it practically kaocki prohibition higher than a for it is probable that foreign dealers open agencies for the tale of their liquor in every city in the aad persons desiring wet goods aa apply then and thus become im porteri and nceive what they want in the original over which the itate wffl have no Other prohi bitionists say that this derision wffl not interfere with original purpose of the prohibitory which was to shut up the They can still do that even if every citizen whfterants beer oa his own table is at liberty to import it from Omaha or Rock Island by the A number of prominent prohibitionisti wen interviewed here and it is their opinion that the general effect of the decision will be damaging to the t much liquor is to be imported for pri vate use many ara saving that the state ought to permit its own citizens to man ufacture it for this trade and not let per sons in other states have all the profit rom though paying no taxes rhe antiprohibitionists regard the deci iion as a great victory and a long step toward the repeal of the Iowa Governor Boies wai interviewed on the and he said he wai glad that was He thought that it ould remove much of the hypoc riiy and deception that ia now racticed to evade the He thought hat many men would be more now hat they could get liquor without ng to do so much lying about it He tlieved also that the decision was ship ing the way for a repeal of the The trohibitionists would see that it would te difficult to enforce the present and would be inclined to some mon iractical The antiprohibition its would be greatly and would see that they itill had some law on their The general feeling throughout the tate 10 far as can be ascertained is that this decision will make the enforcement of prohibition much mon and ead many who are now prohibitionists o prefer some system by which the state can keep the control of the liquor traffic in its own A DBBD aCOTT DBCUIOR Keokac People Bxprem Taaaaiilvee the Coart pedal to TBB May unusual interest is been revived by the decision of the Jnited States supreme court in the orig nal package replevin case of Gus Leisy in this where the case and has at racted attention all over the It is generally from the printed ewspaper reports of the the pinion of the court is that the right to mport carries with it the right to sell in he original A number of eading citizens have been interviewed regarding their opinion on the Blood predicted that the de ciiion would result in affecting public entiment as did the Dred Scott deciiion the old fugitive slave Whether the legal opinion is a sound one r he thought that public sentiment would favor the prohibitory The mmediate in his would ie injurious to the cause of Wholesalers would flood the state with and greater vigilance would be required by the friends of B a prominent law who has been active in the fight gainst the illegal saloons in this city aid the deciiion emphatically pro onneed that then was no longer any nch thing as state rights or police con trol by the It is to the effect that the liquor traffic cm be controlled by othing except the internal nvenue It is another Dnd Scott de affirmed the Bat it will prove a It will cut loth Then will be a reaction of mblic and the people will iot stand inch unwarranted interference with the police Major Collins thought that eventually there would be reversal of the who gave the information that caused the seizure of liquon in the celebrated case said the moat remarkable eatnn of it was the complete rom a democratic of the doc trine of state as once ad vocated by the democratic Chief ustice Fuller had gone further than had ever a in asserting the right of the general government to regulate affairs of the Individual He bought the effect would be to increase he sale of liquors in the prohibitory and ocal option states as the decision ap plies to local option as well as prohibi Asoph leading wholesale mer if the decision does away with police control in it knocks local ption in Illinois aad else Scott who was one of the attorneys for in this aid his viewi wen expressed almost verbatim ia the minority He was opposed to a license law as a prin policy or The decision would have the effect of increasing the ales of liquors ia the The ulti mate effects of the in his opin would bs to bring the question of prohibition into national THB IOWA UQTJOB aaeae FreklMi la Lorn May special to the GlobeDemocrat from FJ says Attorney General B aad exAttorney Bradfi ae two officials who have had closest eonnectioB with the enforcement of the prohibitory liquor wan ia ed toiayia regard to the effect ia thiaatatepf the dedsioa of the Halted court ia the Iowa origiaal ikage General Kellogg says lam surprised aad dhmppaiatedat It simply ail iaterpret the dedsioa of the States aupt ems court made forty yearn aad which has been the law duriag Sat The court them hett that e party could ship iato coatrary to the prohibi tory law ia force ia the latter a of ia bearTm the government M stamp sad esQ tae aamc lathe origiaal barrel IB Tfcdefioa of tae mwa of hi as sarJoBs aBdpoammy a dccBBoa as tat brought into the itate from or The court holds that you cannot prevent the importation of li quors ffom one state into another state mat is to say that you cannot stop the liquors in transit it the outer line of the To illustrate If a casket of li quor were consigned in Louis to a party in Topeka it would be an infer ence with interstate commerce to stop the transportation of that casket of li quors at any point before retching its des tination in and that it would be an interference of interstate com merce to in any way prevent the con signee from receiving the goods in To the question Does the power to receive the goods cany with it the power to tell in original pack ages The court says it is for the legislative branch of the itate government to deter mine whether the msnof aeture of articles of traffic will injuriously affect the public and it is not for congress to determine the measure a state may properly adopt as appropriate for the protection of the public life or The court holds that it is within the of the police power of the state o regulate or prohibit the sale of intoxi ating liquors after they have been once mportedSBto the Therefore we must conclude that it makes no difference y what means intoxicating liquors are brought into the state after they are once delivered to the consignee within he itate they can not be disposed of by lim except in the manner provided by is clearer gad I tUak that the Justices who Jtat opiaioa Bad the correct view of the law sad the The de as I read that a party etatemay bring iitpthe state from otherl liquor in origiaal sod sen the same toaseepad party with out liability to arrest under our proUM ton as I iaterpnt meant Sat it will be possible to sen liquor ia Kansas in origins I fear that itisaserioni if not a fetal blow to pro Our liw has never attempted to prohibit the importattea of liquon into this the fremersofthe law well knew thatthat could not be done under the statutes of the Uaited States regulating the tnfflc of common carriers between the We have only sought to prevent the sale of such Thisdeciiioa that we can act prevent in substance sale of inch liquors as long as they remain in the un broken original I fear we must look to congress for This is a temperance aad the people wfll demand congressional action that wffl protect Bradford expressed himself asfol kansat prohibitionisti have ao need to feel discouraged in this It is simply an affirmation of aa old principle of The opinion does not interfere with the enforcement of the prohibitory law IB Kansas upon the same theory that we have been enforcing the law in thf We have in Kaasas sued the importer or whether from any other country or any other 1 PHASANT NT RaBFDL BEHsflli MIIICiTCAtt Thirty Take Part fa the BandeTke Other Day la with iti aemoaitntioa by organized labor behalf of the eifhthonre work day has come and gone and the predictions of not aad bloodshed aad almost a univer sal strike has not been was ia a great measun sus pend but thoee who dropped their tools for the day did not do so for the purpose of taking up sticks aad paving stones and indulging ia riotous Thousands of them quit werkforthe day to march in the great parade and ly mon thousands made it a an orderly good natund crowd thirty The but we havi pursued those who who have been placed by the attempted to sell tie liquors in violation I American Federation of Labor fr thi the They had about six thousand including three assem blias of Knighta of They wen followed by three thousand stonemasons and Then came delegations from unions of metalworkers and f print These wen followed by DABKD TO BI A of the SalvaUoa Axmr Birtta it Das May 1 Des Moines of the Salvation army wen notified esterday not to parade the streets with heir horns and drums without a permit rom the city but they disre garded the warning and marched out as usual in tne The entire batal ion wai seized by the police and brought lefon Judge who released hem upon their promise to appear for The efforts of the policeJudge did not suffice to restrain the religion fervor if the and for a time the court oom possessed all the features of a Sal vation Army prayer A COW Hi 8 t Wee Blttea ay a MM Dec aad BralM Special to THX May is con siderable excitement here over the antics f a mad A flue cow belonging to o White was bitten several days ago by dog but nothing was thought of it until yesterday when the animal showed signs of hydrophobia and butted its brains out against trees after bitine a valuable Jersey heifer belonging to The dog was captured and illed several miles southeast of he city authorities have taken prompt teps to and ordered all dogs a dczen German Turner form ing a second Next came the fur niture carriage and wagon cigar cloak boiler rattan workers and harness Many of the trades escorted in their ranks gaudily decorated on which wen realistic represen tations of members of the craft punning taeir daily Then were Dneklayera building minature bDiler makers pounding with frightful coopers working oa huge casks itone cutters and many simi lar One of the features of the procession wai the enormous number of banners and mottoes Among the mottoes wen the following Arbitra tion is Oar Down with Monopoly WBUe Manias Somp siaeta With a pedal to THE Mav While isking soap todsy George Boosters clothes caught fire and she wai 10 horribly burned that her fieih Her and Cnshman their hands badly horned in at empting to extinguish the lire Uadarwawd at May C Under of grand in of the Independent Order of Odu concluded his tour of Iowa with a grand reception ia this The was withngalia and Five hundred Odd many The Knad sire was accompanied by Grand Master of Da other state officers of the or During his address upon theorder the grand sin spoke in owa as a state aad of the u terms of hospitality of Aniea Ttebsat salve in the world for wit held ia sdj ex court of this coavert of Francis i abaadon his evaagelistic Wflsoa iaa Masoa aad oaa of Judge ii superior profession to Scottish known no houses Eight and arbitration is the just de mand We live by not by war When arbitration is strikes will cease The child of labor should not be on the bench or in the but in the school Eight hours for eight hours for sleep and eight hours to do what wo The line of march wss crowded with people whocheend the marchers and After parading through some of the principle streets of the West Bide they marched over to the South Side aad to Lake Front when they listened to addresses from several THB BXRHCISK8 AT May the May day parade today the number of working men in line wai placed at from five to seven The weather was fine and there was a large turnout of work ingmeni families making the number assembled at National park for the exer cises over ten When the pro cession arrived at the park it wai re viewed by President After dinner a number of addresses were de The most important was that by President Gompers Several local unions held Among these the carpenters alone took important They resolved to go on a strike tomor row unless the master bunders accede their demands that eight hours constitute a days labor and thirtyfive cents be the minimum THB SITUATION AT May Milwaukee the demand of union carpenters for the adoption of the eighthour system was not coupled with a demand for increased wages and ai the men are willing to ac cept eight hours pay for eight hours work the movement has met with no strong opposition on the part of the em ployes although the contracting carpen ters association declined as a body to formally declare ia favor of eight Many individual members of the associa tion have announced that they will con form to the wishes of the The in dications an that if any striking is done it will be in cases where individual con tractors insist on ntaining the tenhour CABFBKTBB8 BTRIKB AT PHILADELPHIA May roughly estimated at went out on a strike today for eight Six Master employ ing two hundred after holding out until conceded to the demands of their Some of the employes say they trill concede to the demands of the men as but wffl not recog niz9 the GOT NTNB HOURS AND XOBB May paint bricklayers and masons wen conceded nine hours and a slight advance in wagea It ii thought the carpenters wffl get the same tomor Then was no NO DBMOH8TBATIOHI AT DSNVSB May was no labor demonstration here The carpenters have been working only eight hours for several months and a strike is not A QUIET OAT AT May day passed very There was a large mass meeting this evening in the interest of the eighthour movement The plumbers struck todsy for nine hours work without reduction in AT WATBB FOBT May the car penters today struck today for a nine hour day and twentyfive cents an hour Aa amicable settle meat is expected QUABBTKBV GO Special to To May about fifty employes of the Gold Hffl stone at Stone four miles west of owned by Brown struck for a It is feared that unless their demands an the em made a demand for shorter hours aad a change in the present system of charg ing for If refused a strike TOi Tear May of aa unto ward character has occurred ia connec tion with the demonstration by work except the arrest of one man who was detected hoisting a nd flag to a telegraph Work is proceeding as usual throughout the excepting Laipxig and where a few workingmen went out oa a The majority of workingmea an aot in favor of making any demoa and they went to work this morning as Over two hundred proprietors of the smaller factories of the city closed their establishments to day aad give all their employes i holt A GRAND SOCIALISTIC May gnat social ist meeting was held here to twenty thousand people being present Resolu tions wen adopted in favor of a normal BIOTISG AT May Prossnitz comes news of a riot It appean a num ber of workmen wen put in prison and when their fellow workingmea gathered on the streets this morning a plot was hatched for their The result was that a mob of four thousand men made an attack upon the The wen prepared and the rioters wen repulsed and completely The troops did not use fin No trouble of any consequence is reported at other IN May thousand workman marched in this city but there was no incident worthy of An immense meeting of workingmen wai held at Thirty thousand men marched to the place of all singing the They wen orderly and there was no MANT KIGHTHOUK May dispatches report an immense number of eighthour meetings throughout Europe bat no dis A NUMBKR OF ABBBSTS IN May thousand workmen paraded in Barcelona A similar demonstration was held in many other There were exten sive strikes in but no In this city the workingmen were out in great numbers and there were some slight disturbances and a number of ar ABBE8T3 5IADB IN PABIS May was tratquil in the provinces In the city large crowds gathered at various but perfect order was maintained until eight oclock this when a body of workmen trying to march down the Rue de la Cirque toward the Elysee palace were stopped by the The panders tried to force their way through and wen charged by a squadron of municipal guard and many men wen A large number were ar but will be released at midnight They are merely charged with disorderly Floquet received a socialist deputation headed by a which presented a memorial in favor of the eighthour AN AFRICAN EXPLORES May from West state that Captain the African is FBISON WIXH A FOBTtTNB A Jollet Coanrlet Who Heir te aa Belated May wealthiest convict who ever wore prison stripes at Joliet was discharged last evening and left at once for New York to sail for He carried a roU of bffls amounting to after giving away WENT ONA mi IOHE NT FHat HQIa Celebrate Bay Day by maatBg the ON Same eff the Qatoey BwrieaTae of taw Jted Hair l 1COO Special to Tan Mar Varney Anderson arrived at the hotel from the grounds this evening with hia panting but victorious aggregation of baseball he immediately marsha ployes in other quarries at that to the number of several wffl also go which would be a serious affair as quarries have large contract oa their hMjaThe men wiU make a stubborn fight BO TBOUBLB AX CBDAB several hundred dollars to convict asso He has recently fallen heir to over in one of the principal can tons in He is a handsome and cultured twentyfive years of and is highly connected in his native There is much mystery surround ing his and all that could be learned from the officials was that he was sent up from Rock Island for one year for He worked as an artist in the granite department on A of state May a quarterly meet ing of the Illinois state board of health today McKsnzie moved that the secretary be instructed to call a confer ence of all state boards of health and state medical examining boards for the purpose of securing cooperation and uniformity of action in issuing and rec ognizing certificates of examination and exercising a general supervision over the practice of Barnea Dead May WH liam who preached the funeral sermon of Daniel died this He was one of the most noted Presbyterian divines in this Barnes was a Yale graduate in the same class with Charles Humner and Ed ward Everett Hale during the last thirty five years he has lived in the most of the time in Judge of the court un der is his in his room pulling off his left base ball daintily fished from its in terior a long curling single red Then you exclaimed he I knew I could That old Indian woman told me and hair placed in oatrr left shoe was al ways sun to bring good The boys wen much eipe cially Dad burnt exclaimed Leas make a habit of When gh get the Yarn But the supper ben rang aad the blushing cap tain hurried down to the dining Whether are not Andersons nd hair had anything to do with the visitors victory this deponent sayeth not Be that as it may the gnat throng of blush brave and boisterous Gam Cityites who come oat expecting to see the home pete again trounce the Flint Hill delega were sorely The visitors wen on their metal and the way they feU on to Burk was a holy They solved his corkscrews almost from the start and the home outfielders were kept oa the keen jump pulling down prospective triples aad home When the icon iheet had been figured up it proved that Burk had been loud for four three triples aid six singles on the other kept the home team down to eight consumptive hits and those in the last stages and badly scattered D The fielding on botn sides needed the application of a mon a stuffed it was very The heavy hitting of Breckenridge and Corbett of the did much to enliven the oc Prescott and Murray saved the home team from a battingleas Take the game as a outside of the terrific slugging of the there was but little over which to arouse any considerable The Burlington paia were postponed oa account of a oiioooeo Base Cleveland Chicago Cleveland Chicago i Bat Bskely Wd Sutcliffe Krai aad Jones and Knight Tin games at Philadelphia aad Pittssnrg today wen postponed oa account of May Brooklyn ST Louis Louie villeo May game postponed on account of Waawn AnoelaUvSk KANSAS May City Danver Sicux May City Omaha Des May Minneaoolia at Paul May Spatial to Tm HA wxBra May l scon today resulted Dubuque Ottawa Batter Bur rail ana Jones Smith and Col Base Dubuqua Ottawa 4 May yearolds and upwards one mile Jacobin Mary J Tudor third Second twoyear four furlongs Roval Fash Laura Doxay Ferryman third Free handicap sweep bovi following is the to be The OFFICIAL f Vtn DrowaM May The body of of New editor of the Cosmopolitan Maga who has been milling from Wei North since Saturday was found floating ia the Roanoeke tiver this His valuables and papers were He held in his hand a broken fishing A HarrataM at Blosmlac BLOOMIHO May This city was struck by a hurricane this even doing great damage to The new Baptist church and many resi dences were totally and many other houses partially No loss of life ie 1 b Van 3d ulnoy SCOBB BT 04000 0 17 o a Burned BnnsQutnor Burlington X TwoBase Mumj Breckcnrldsv limn Hue Murray Home Hue on Quincy Burlington 3 Stolen BueiTrascott 2 Van Ztnt Crowell Hit by PMBM TnUy 1 Praaoott Left on Bam Qiunoy Burlington Struck OutBy Burk Third r three year olds and one and oneeighth miles Huntress Big Three Bonita third Fourth one mile Helter Skeltar Fly Away Marie K third F fth and up six furlongs Boodler Baa Chief Bliss third Tae Eilaahetb May and onehalf furlongs Blue Ronk Salisbury Centura third Second a mile Highland Lass Yonni Grace Favora third 0 Third RaceOae mile King Gale Eblis Pontico third Fourth RaceSix furlongs Tipstaff Fordham Meriden third Fifth furlongs Shotover Golden Rod Autumn Lead third Sixth RiceOne and miles Castaway Laragon third onesixteenth Eon Meaasnt Correspondence of TUB May funeral of who died in your city last occurred this afternoon sad was largely Bar an closes the lecture course tonight and will no doubt give the best one of the Saturday evening we are to be treated with an entertainment by the boy so Muster Frank of HAWKEra fame is visiting with his mother hi our A genuine farmer is a curiosity ia our city since cornplanting has been inaug BAUiBUAl Tore Haate Special to the TBBBB May Tern s new was badly Hounded today and Evansville won the odd game of the opening series Score by Terra Haute o o a o A M May Au gust Charles a prominent lumberman of Wisconsin and shoi aad killed Sheriff Marshall aad Deputy Thurber who were attempting to May was BO trouble of any descriptiffli ia labor circles here ao attempt having to inaugurate the esghtaonr seiva papers of attachment for logs belonging to Wright Wright round quilty of and senteaced today to life imprisonment iritacraw Siour May Sioux City committee that seventy thousand dollars towards the erection of a temple for the National Order of Bail way today withdrew the off er because of the failunof the coa dnctors to begin work by May as Will May huat been planned to come off near Newman to capture a large bear that ie making its home oa the farm of Joseph 0000 08 Terre Webber and Kolly Dolan and Terre Haute Evanivffle 3 Eirned Tern Haute Evaniville Base Terre Haute Kvansrule 12 Two base Terre Haute Bvansville Home Tern Haute Evansville Time of two Feana eaMakara 4 April scon of the nme here was 7 3001000 Peoria Galesburg Peoria Galesburg Dai by and Jones and Short Waesre Tkay Play Qoincy at Peoria at Terre Haute at Claee 4TIO9AL Brooklyn PalladalBb Cleveland C f BoebMtn Braokty 471 571 f 4i4 t i PLATBBS Philadelphia Paul 77T B28 671 500 7 Baaa will FrokaMy May general manager of the 81 Paul and Kansas City haabeta offered the position of general manager of the Burlington and to succeed who has just re Egan is a man of fortytwo who has been in the railroad business1 since bsginning as machinists ap prentice on the Illinois at Am II He was next with the Northern Missouri and subsequent ly with thn Southern Ia he became general man ager of the western division of the Cana dian remaining with that com pany four resigning to become general superintendent of the Manitoba systemTwo 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