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   Burlington Hawk-Eye (Newspaper) - May 6, 1890, Burlington, Iowa                                ESTABLISHED TIME FOR TARIFF Argument on the Bill to Commence This The and Harlior ulll IU Sliuli Preparingfor Senator Funeral Capital Kr May alter adjournment of the house ihis afternoon the republican members as sembled to endeavor to ascertain the feeling respecling the proper lime to be allowed for debate iu the house on the tariff bill and 10 reach an understanding that may be adopted as the jioliry of the The river and harbor lill managers niiide a strenuous effort to have that ap projrifition bill made speeial order for 10 conclusion before the tariff bill should be taken and seiilative Henderson made a of reasons why should dune 1 lie majority of could uoi his for it was decided W that the tariff hill was amaucr importance and should be called up fl was agreed tliat 111 general debate should go on for four Friday ami Saliirday of this with uighl sessions Ehrhi addi tional would lluii IH allowed lor the con of tinbill by paragraphs un der the live minute On May 21 previous cjiiesliou on passage of thelull is to bo considered ordereil hy the terms of ihe spcejiU riilr io be The rivir and harbor men made uimilur ihis lime seeking to have mlopied sjieeial rules providing for I lie consideration of ihcir bill immediate ly after ihe linal action upon the tariff but wen iifiiiu There was some ia about tin re maining liilsiness before congress ami il became the gemnil ficliiiR was I IHI i a could be about lie middle The members of ihe committee on rivers harbors felt indignant nvrr the manner which their hill WHS sidc They lie fact that unless early aition iijion that measure ii may reasonable lime for of it by Yielding I tin tbey lo press ili eiiiisiileraiion sunn as tintariff hill is mil of ihe way and will antagonize all other uniil ihe river and har bor bill is disposed her of whom are apparently A hasty examination of the books of the concern hy the assignee gives him the im pression he can pay seventyfive cents on the but the hopes of the assignee am not shared by the who are all Berlin Checks are being held as Tlu Montgomery Bank May was excitement about the ilout National bank this forenoon when the doors of the bank were The oflicers of the bank and the Montgomery Trust and Safe Deposit com pany are both in the same The Trust company hada heavy run and about half past ton awaiting the arrival of Later the payment was resumed by the Trust The impression among the conservative finan ciers is that the bank is entirely but that the Trust company is considcr ibly BAILEOAD A SWEEPING The Carpenters Come Out Success fully in Their The Arbitration irpon KlEhtHonr Day Provided Strike Sit uation May great carpen ters strike is finally settled so far as the new bosses association is Fully thousand journeymen carpen ters will go to work by The arbitration ionunittees of the new bosses association and strikers met this evening a J i mt I MAY debate on charities rejects the clause providing for church Premier Crisp thereupon declared he would re sign in order to decide of dissolution of the cabinet or 7 its recon struction under Signor His an nounrament caused great An Incendiary Fire at May incendiary lire in the southern districtof Clinton early yesterday morning destroyed niut the loss being GENERAL FOREIGN A Farmer Carried to the May party composed of ten men made raid upon a farm near city und captured the carry ing him off to the where they ILLEGAL hcld him Jtamaptt Suit Acalimt tbe JlllnoU May UlodgeM to day ilonled tmporarily the motion make MauritM OConnell a pany com lilaiiiHtit in the suit usaiiist the Illinois Cedar Kails and Minnesota and Dubuque and Sioux City railroad The gave leave to renew motioji when the rase was reached for The motion was bused the petiiion which contains some serious Jessnp some time nsn in his as pronudmgtn cumjjel Sioux fity and lilijiois Central roads AMONG THE millyenieiils rmicrnl Senator May Formal nn ineiit of Senator IJeeks was by jiteil for the uji lomor lliMlltee made to arl IPUIII liirlll a eonilllillei Ihe funeral ill ihe silialei at one and the ad The lliiuneeil IhiIollowing to III IMid i Infuneral anil have full charge Senators Ionnal ut the iifSinaior lieel was made to the house The speaker appointed ilnfollowing io lake elmrgc of MMInneral on the part ul Ihe Uilsoii Iliiiinell and ISiil lllell e mi illTilllUellleills of the miiiess and inioniiw At body will lie e Marble riHini of the ami i here remain viewed by the Iullic nniil I the have assembled in the senaie Hill be taken upon I Inaniionncenieiil Hnller llullock will conduct the The funeral pro in ihe Itallimnro from where a spe i be remains to nt GENERAL WASHINGTON to fullii contracts in the leases made by the Cedar Kails and Minnesota These contracts provided that the lessees should keep the roadbeds in repair and plants iu Tinsuits arc said to have never lieen OToiiijells jietitiou alleges the neglect is caused by being interested iij tJie lliihiiijiii which is affiliated with the Illinois OTounll is a trustee of the mortgage executed by the Cedar falls and Mimiesota and claims to lie ready and anxious to push the Ihin is every reason to oulieve the Illinois Central can be held and settled the Jast The journey men achieved au almost sviccpuig vie They made concessions on but two i The only disappointment was that J the stubbornness of the old masters asso ciation has left its members wholly out of the linal An affidavit statement of the terms of settlement will not be issued until but it is reliably stated the document provided for an eight hour Over time will only be allowed between certain stipuian at The min imum rate of wages lixed at thirtyfive ceub per hour up to Augu 1 and thereafter at thirtyseven and half Overtime will be rated a time aud half aud Sunday time as doub In the matter of apprentices con cessions were by both Th employers agree lo employ only nnio even for prisoner until is his son paid Attempt to Blow May excitement was caused this chants and Manufacturers club house by explosion of a bomb in front of the Theconcussion was and the doors stud windows the honso A ilritbli Steamer May cable fr n liuonos Ayres states the Uritish stcaifer Rich Pantu FOfllrpru May ihe annual uieit ing of ihe Santa and Cali fornia road today the old oflicers mid directors were Hun Torpciln May The torpedo Moat I iisliiiiL arrived in the Vashiiiglon navy vcsiirday aftenioou at luivini made t lie run from New York in a thai beats all She used only inie buildwilli an average jiressure uf iiuliiy pounds nf and iiotwith stanilini ibe weather WHS Thick and heavy made an crane speed vf lidien Naval iifliccrs are cniliusijisiic the pcifuniuiuce of the dishing and suv her run nun lo JCew York niil ilnn iu Washington Is iinpiir onfeivnce ivpnri on the Oklaho was agreed to in the house yes The meet in of t lie republican national coinmiiice which was to have been held in ihiseiiy May Tilt has been postponed until May suit the convenience uf several members of the An IliiporUint of Western llltil way CIIK May much talked of meci JHJ of i he railway presidents convened today lo discuss the rule and attempt once mure to aApl iin agreement strong enough to bold be roads The gathering was en tirely from the interstate com merce railway Kvery line in the wcsl was represented in person or by letter of its chief Chairman Midgleys statement that there could be no legal objection to dividing the earn ings after they bad been hou esily oarued by means of reasonable met with unanimous and it was practically derided the outcome of the if would be or a division nf All the roads were ready Lu sign the agfeeiiniit for division of traffic jirovided such ar rangcments could be devised violat ing the of the interstate law pro hibiting The mallei will fiiriher considered liesolu lious were that ihe trallic mana gers of the various lines Chilli miii Tliinsrlay for the purpose of calling one ir more organizations to govern the frelglil tnillic in the tcrriiory of the Vnight and TransMissouri as and arrange fora restoration of rates is the possible John Asked to May i4 th predictions of the slock coopci there is a probability of their cause bo ing taken up by the dock labor ers und the strike is becoming intermi At a meeting of the Urotherhooi of United Labor today a committee wa appointed to cimimimicatc with John the English labor and re quest him to order the English lung shoremen nol to handleany lieef other product shipped by Chicagi The committee says Burns ha taken gnat interest in the cause of th men in tlie The men in an opei letter say by the terms of their agree signed after the great strike j they are to discharge with out warning while in case of they must give two weeks notice ur for ten days which ihe employers Sometimes they say they ari only given iwu or three days work per but are compelled to remain or losetheir forfeit and are com pillud to work If a man i two miuutes late in the morning he i docked au hours but if work is linished before the close of the day lie is uol paid for a full The IClkM Niivv Mav IJitrntt today granted a temporary iiijunciion restraining the lilks from bolditig their annual this year in The nrganixaiiuii was formed in New York in and the balance of power used to be iii the but now the west has the Sexeral years ago Ibe lodge in in spite of great objection on tin pan of the New York Kinally an iiinendnient to the constitution was adopted providins that by a majority Vote tingrand lodge meetings might be held outside of iliis This time Cbvelaml bad the jilurality but the ma jority was against it and Treasurer Men del sued for an conteinlinu n plurality is not a Arguments will he beard Coxl May after a dozen laborers engaged in un loading a barge of charcoal struck for an in wanes of ton cents an The strike has been declared strikers places having been A Strike May general involving fourteen thousand cok workers iu the ConnAllsville is threatened unless the Friok company re sumes operations at the valley Strike in iu Denver this year look when about four hundred wood workers in the various mills went out becau they were rcfused a reduction of hours to nine with ten hours A TERRIBLE Two Two Hart and her llrixm Jilv Fitzpalrick is this morning driven su ly tlie awful ami fatal accident to her I wo children vcsierdav Fiupiitrick bad placed the twoliltleoues tiud his two nieces in n carriage lo take tillill to Oakland jjefonhe could get his eighlyeurold struck the horse with a whip ind ii ran All tint children were thrown out upon a julc of Willie was in stuntly aged had her skull so badly fractured that she will mid tinother two children are and possibly SNOW IN llonvy jiny Dispatches from points in Minnesota and the northwest report violent snow storms The storm extended from to North and reached to the lake on the At Fergus Minne ttsuowed for four Av Man koui siv inuhro of snow At Albert liird Uedwood and Fari btiult it snowed all At Jamestown JCorlh snow fell for twelve the depth boinp estimated at four This snowfall is generally re garded as favorable to big BUSINESS A Private Bwik in May The private bank of Charles Mather closed its doors this the firm having made an James Haw the junior member of the has mysteriously The assets arc placed at and tiie liabilities at News of Hie failure created intense excitement throughout the It is known that Hawlcy drew out a thousand dollars from tiie bank Ills personal note before but jt its not known yet how his account with the The business of tamk seems to toavc boon carried on reckless jnany accounts be llHiKnik uinly Mcdicnl SpiHiiU tn Tlie HawVKyeJ May Hancock Couniy Medical society met heretoday und elected the folluwing ullicers presideill vice pnsidrni tnasnrcr Mc Several intcivsting papers were read and Delegates 10 the Stale Medical cmivcjuion in were ICuporU May Ko summary says tinrejiorts n liitive to spring whuat aiv en is aVvnit over and in many places grain is up and making good Reports indicali1 a decreased acreage in Wisconsin and Da Nebraska has slightly Minnesota and Iowa an about thesame as last TinThird Victim May RobertVir Ihe hird victim of last weeks died ihis her two children hav ing preceded The remaining injured ut the same is very low and may die at any Yirtcl gave birth to a girl baby at the hospital Saturday Tbe May falling aero lite which was seen from all ports of the state Friday was found in nebago eleven miles northwest of Forest It had and the pieces were scauuredSiver a considerable Two Siiriuit tilrlft May and IScssic two young IJoheuiian em ployed as servants in a Halstead street boarding weje found dead in their beds this having been suffocated by escaping An Attempt Wiwk M Mar attempt was made w a southbound train tileCleveland und Canton railroad Middle Five ties strapped to the rails on a curve were discovered by the engineer just in time to prevent the A Black Kavlahw May Pcaphart colored who was shot and killed in Lexington jail last was convicted of rape on Kosa a young white and was to bo hanged April What takes with tiie rich And what do poor folks Why is Pray Grogan Fatter than his brother Mike Senate Death of Caaper Special to The Mar of this formerly wellknown resi dent of died Saturday whole troop was fine last Just think they feed little Se cale Flakes that is whit makes him sing c The JjiKlitIIuur ill Mny carpenters of this city as a body did not have to strike today to their demands fur an eight hour It is said that two hun dred bosses had granted the demand and that only thirtylive had In ihe latter places tinmen six Hundred Minrrfi li May buudred cual miners struck at licllaireand against the use of Strurk Tor an Lor May hundred and lifty harness makers struck for a ten cent advance in their wages this Mustms and llrirkluyrrs Nicw May and bricklayers to the number of seven liundred have gone oui on a strike for cents per Tbe bosses offer Miners Will Ktsume May hundred coal miners who have been idle since last awaitinganadjust ment for tlie coming will resume work pending KorffiRu Laltor May The strike uf the employes of the state and railways has been settled the authorities having con ceeded the men higher May The strikers at Lille today assaulud the workmen and smashed some machinery iu a They were dispersed by the May Jsine thousand workmen have struck iu irague and seven thousand masons and carpenter in BRILLIANTLY Nitti Uis Couiimiito May Geographical society inception to Stanley Albert hall this evening was a notable The and Prliuess of Dnke of Edin Duke of Dukeof Duke of Duke of Count of Caris antfmaiiyotljiMnotables were pres The princess of the royal family headed the triumphal procession which conducted Stanley and his colleagues iii to the The president of the society presented medals to Stanley with an appropriate sgcvclK Stanley returned fcis proceeded to narrate his assisted by a The Prince of Wales moved a vote of thanks to Stanley aud Duke of Edin burg seconded the medal presented to Stanley is of Copies in bronze presented to all of his In the course of his speech Stanley said carpers had what was the utility of the He replied tho gain to humanity was The expedition opened up rich and productive region and would enable them to teach millions degraded human beings that iu vege table products they would find something of far vaster value than the flesh of their feHow It was no exaggeration to say that every mile traversed would serve iu the future to estend British com industry and The BoiineM Portion of in Consumed by May Sunday morn ing a fire broke out in the a large wooden building in this and the flames quickly spread to adjoin ing which were soon envel oped by There being no means of extinguishing the the whole village was at the mercy of the The en tire business portion of the town was de twentytwo buildings in Kot a store is left in the and most of the stocks were The loss is estimated at from to Insurance estimated at about Croat The senate In morid has foundered near t coast of Argentine f eastern Another Base Ball Case May t suit of club against Eickett and the 1layers club of Judge Ar nold today granted an injunction restrict ing Pickutt from playing fnr any other clnb than Kansas City during tho season of The in his says in part Wlieu we consider tin fact that the the Kajisas City for the release of Pickett from Paul club in May last of which sum was paid la Pickett und a salary of 3340 a whlh was regu larly and fully paid to al though he was sick and unable to play nearly half the season of his ingratitude is shown to be equal to his bod While we cannot punish him for his we cannot re strain him from deriving any benefit from his breach of In regard to Pickett plea that ihe Kansas City club has transferred its membership from the American associa tion to the Western asswuuion and that it has released others of the court says he has estopped himself from complaining as he freely acquiesced in these Hills Contritted day sent to the suggesting achange in the met hod of contested He suggests the passage of a concurrent resolution sub luitttiug to the people an amendment to he stale constitution nihich will take rom each house the power of judgtug its own elections aud confer the jurisdiction ipon the lie would also recom mend such action ou the part of the leg slatuJC as is likely bring the subject i the attention of with a view of Securing ultimately a similar auieud ncnt to the federal This the would compel con ests to be decided upon their merits and the legislative bodies from a landing temptation to do TU VEX May a sang of men engaged in unloading elegraph from a as a pole vas thrown from wagnn the center truck on something hard and the pol icing cracked the hut or large end went o the ground and the small cud llcw up vitli great striking one of the vorkmen under the chin and throwing lim some ten feet in the aiiVi ausing lim to Mini a full somersault and fall his head on some So great was the force of liis fall that a tone the size of an acorn was buried in i he hack of his Excited Over Charges Against The Matter to be Man Fatally Hnrt at Pleasant An Inhuman In a a big front I yard full of tall armless trunks with frowsy Washington is one of the j few cities where trees can be crown to i Special to The HawkEye eit 3JISES ex ctement is caused herein political cir cles by the statement that members of the last city council received extra and megai compensation to the amount of thousand three dollars L Oder a law passed in ISSS the salarv formerly was fisedaiSSoO per mem ber and as a member of the board of health and they drew additional pay for committee work aggregating often over nine hundred dollars a Since the auon of the board of works this extra committee work wa have been done The and accounts on their face were all straight and right and only the exit of the old members and theadvent of tin new has brought out the matter of al lowing fictitious claims and then paying this money to A full iuvestf eation will no doubt be ordered Several of the alderman claim they did not know of fictitious but were handed money as extra They express a willingness to return the others are as yet strangely SEEDS Brute With Attempting on a Little Special to the OES May iudivid lal giving his name as was efore the police judge this m charged ritb criminally assaulting a liveyearold Jerouie is a toughluokins specimen f thirtylive years lie to this city two weeks and has icen hanging around doing Sat urday afternoon he enticed the little Jranddaiighter of Billy Aslier away from icr home by giving her and took icr out iu the woods and attempted the CRUELLY With the impervious pavemems not more than half of them can get nourishment enough to survive many and then those that remain will look ugly for lack of lower Streets improved upon the avenue plan in giving a lawn on each of twenty feet in may properlv contain a line of trees near the eurbin and a second line is it oushi to be close to the fence better within the house If the outer line is planted forty or fifty feet apart the inner line being placed relatively in the alternate as indicated in the following A CITIZENS CAS tion Signed Yes terday by Prominent of the of Incorporation Cnpital Stock City Aakcd to Make Favorable trying to Many Kuii Klrctiuii Kovernor Hill to legislature a uiessagi if Over by iSpecial to The sail accident occurred at this station this pulled of our iu the employ of Ketcham of this who had spent the Sabbath in your attempted to leave ihe train after it had left Iu jumpinsr he struck a switch and was thrown back ou the track and one of his lees so badly crushed that amputation was performed Lit tle hopes are entertained of his as he was exhausted from loss of before he was the trees will have opportunity to throw out long aud healthful and will uot need to be hacked so mercilessly udone in many instances now when planted too thiekly making it necessary to reduce the is no beauty in a lot Of gigantic stumps hfteen or twenty feet high from the top ofwhich new branches are thrust out their do altogether too much trimmins of shade IJoek and other ex perienced nurserymen and foresters iu this city say as a tho tops of trees ought not to be cut they should be thinned out ami trimmed to symmetrical Nature knows how to grow a tree and it were better to her aloun entirely than to mutilate the irces by ciittin aud slashing at tllr tops branches as is in many cases If the young tree is properly trimmed when the loweV branches removed so as to stive a high body for thu free play of sunshine and air along the street and on the the rcsuli would bo a thingtf beauty and joy The health of the familv and of lie grass upon the lawn and the dowers their re iiiiire the admission of sunshine and loo dense a foliage is objectionable in every Moral dont plant the trees too trim tho lower limbs and be tops in all their plant fewer soft maples and more hard maples arid scatter over the premises a few trees of othervarieties to indulce your dont shade house too plant round May Hrad on charged with assault with intent M commit has been found crime was committed July ISS7 il was traced to but he was found inside of the Illinois peni tentiary at He was arrested as soon as ho was and hronsrht to this He broke jail with three other men a short time bui was recaptured and brought He was indicted hy the grand jury and arraigned in and plead not Tlu Oriental Mills May liiental Alfred Reed and Uor 011 principal is reported i be temporarily Tun mill uus about spindles making a line Turkish and employs bout Tbe indebtedness is aid to lie about At a meeting f creditors today Alfred stated bey would heable to pay every dollar vitbin a year if thecreditors them iii Special to The May opcnins meeting of the tirst annual convention of pJuiubcrs of held this National of Sioux is in About delegates arc The of the meeting is to a slate i schedule of prices aud adopt measures to pre vent The Sessionsttrosecret and will continue ill ii May suit of the American Association ball dub of Kansas City for an injunction asaiust Pickett and the PlayersNation al League base ball clnb of Philadelphia was decided this the injunction being The bill asked tlmt Pickett be restrained from playing base ball with or giving bis services as a base ball player tti any other dub than Kan sas and that the Philadelphia club he restrained from employing A Mexicun Oovernor CITJOF governor of the state of Oaxaca died last A Letter from j May Kmin relief littec has received a letter from j Vters in which lie says he Tana i iver and camped from Xoveinber Hi i n the Mamuni He hail froj uent engagements with thenatives and They started for Vic oria on Januarv TinKirst Special to The DES May tirst com plaint against a railroad under the new rate bill was tiled in railnmd commissioners office The com plaint is made by Ilobert of and is the Burlington and Qnincy and the Burling Cedar Kanids and Northern rail roads on ihe ground that these roads have neglected to put in joint A May rcpubli au senators and representatives caucus Miijrht t select a ional campaign was slimlv ttended because of the long caucus this fteruoou and it was not found expedient the list Amonst hose selected were the following Rowcll Uear XVisinnsi FxOoveruor May Au row Sherman died suddenly toniirht of Sherman had a loin and ouorable career in politics and aper work iu this for lany years editor and part proprietor ic Chicago Eteiiimj A Fatjittve Itoodlrr May was reported ate this afternoon that Henry n exalderman of the notorious xard of who fled to Canada and orfeited has returned to the His brother called at the dfeirict ttorneys office to arrange fur but p to a late hour this evening had ot beeu Court The district court was occupied ycster ay with the case of ad The New York Uowery usurance on A jury was npaunelled and the introduction of evil ence Court will convene at nine clock this What stands a favorite Through every land and Simply the best that can be had Encompassed in worlds sublime Secale and Bean on the May secretary of he stock exchange was notified this lorning by the family of Washington a member of the that e had disappeared under circumstances liich compelled them to believe his liiid was THE QCESCY Adapted from nee upon a May day While the bees bummed ooner While tier and To their treasured Came with pride and ostentation Came to neat tu to hme to get oar ban ut they goffered sore And we wiped with them tne floor Then tbe citizens nd tbdr idbte they degraded room they oooe wto loy paraded ront the rank they heM flieur voicfiiralHd complainlnir are they rSatauS For their Hke are wmnaur And they Mked in tones of anger Cant you beat them as of uoth the Sevennorer county physician reports since the backbone of the irinterft T appllcaiions for aid are May noon of Mar was looking through packing in passing under an elevator shaft was caught by a swiftly descending freight elevator and badly Afritmi Methodist Special to The African Methodist Episcopal district conference will occupy the week in this Dele gates from abroad are hero and will be well Max Kastner special to The May the well Uuown vocalist and musical in structor of this died yesterday after THE LAW AND Granted Another Writ of Ha bpaB at Washing May writ of habeas corpus was issued in the case of the The writ was granted by Judge Corlett and was ob tained by Charles It is issued to dispose of the question as to whether the warden of the state prison at Auburn can legally execute May application was made in the United States supremo court for a writ of habeas corpus for under sentence of death in New York by electricity pursuant to the order of Judge Wallace of JTew The court denied the application for a writ of habeas corpus but stated that on May 19 the court would hear a motion for a writ of error in the SHADE Mourning Their in Planting and There is more or less lamentation upon South Boundary and other that are undergoing improvements be cause of the necessary Astruction of val uable shade It does seem a pity when a stately maple or towering elm which has for so many years cast a grate ful shade over the pathway of ihe pedes trian and sent its protecting boughs over into the to see it cut The heart cannot help echoing the familiar poetic spare that tree But in many instances that is Sometimes a favorite tree of this character is saved bybank ing it but it does not always thrive so well and it an uncouth and unsatisfactory But these unpleasant events are not wholly without On many streets there are too many shade A writer in ihe Washington Pfust Frank Hattous claims that shade trees should be 30 feet In Washington many of the trees begin to clasp hands across the while they have not elbow room in the And on some of the wide streets there are two roirson each a dozen apart Oiumoiid There is much Kavcn at Quincy crank llain is a groat Saturday ii struck out most of the big One of the base runners in the lirotherhood is the third bitseuiitn of the Brooklyn Al who was with Quincy a portion of last is pitching for the in Vuoria people arc innch disgusted over thefact that their prospective revenge on Ualesburg was short by The Lttrlingtons play a series of three games with the Terrv 11 antes in that city and then return home for a series of three games with the Evaiisville The injury to John the great pitcher of the Boston is of such a nature that he is confined to his and it will probably be a week or two before hiwill be able to resume liis place in the The team is badly in need of his services iu the as il has met with al most a continual run of defeat since he was Whenever Ansoii hils a high whether to the in or the he in variably runs the bases for dear life until the ball is The old man takes every and he is the only player in the by the wlio never stops on such occasions until he is warned by the hooting of the crowd that he has been put A new rubber article is something lo aid a base ball pitcher iu getting tin It consists of a tlat strip of with ring at one end and a flat corrugation at the The ring is slipped over the middle finger and the Corrugation rests against the It Is claimed that when the ball is pitched the robber to it and sets thus giving it more of curve than the linger tips The New York its accus tomed advertising enterprise made ar rangements with Ihe Xew York Brndier bood and in is sue presented each subscriber or pur chaser of the TForW of that date a free ticket to the tirst Brotherhood game he tween the Bostons and New forks takes place in that city next The ticket consfsts of the first paire of the which will have to be pre sented unnmiilatcd at the The grounds will hold The Cincinnati CoiumcrcialGiueUe says The officials of the Louis and Louisville clubs are encouraginir the very nearly proved the ruination of the national game only a few years The pro moters of base ball have every means to elevate and their efforts in this direction have resulted in making it the nations greatest There are specified rules prohibiting the players from betting ou the result of the but the example set by the officials of the abovementioned clubs makes it a Von der Ahe and the head of the Louisville club merit nothing but the severest condemnation of all those who seek to foster the best interests of the It will be remembered that only a few years ago the president of the Louis club severely punished Arlie Lath amfor associating with and it was on this pretest that he charged him with throwing and deducted sev eral hundred dollars of his Now the boss manager is ebgageif in the same line of What a farce Latham paid the severest But Ton Ahe and the of tbe ciub are allowed to go For the good of base ball be done in the is a fact that Burlington is to have a fuel cas Thai was settled yesterday when a body imlluential citizens met at tho parlors of the Com mercial club and associated themselves together and signed the articles of in eorporatiVin of the new The new company will be known as the Citizens7 Fuel Gas and Lighting of Its ob the manufacture and sale of gas for lightiug aud other dohustic purposes to the citizens of and For this pur iwso it shall have power to ac receive aud hold from tin city of Burlington such franchises charters and rights as may be including to occupy streets aud alleys and public grounds ot the city for the laying down of street mains ami the erection of public also to hold aud tho necessary real estate and generally to do and per form everything necessary to bo done in order to properly and successfully estab conduct and carry on aud maintain the business The life of tin company began May sth and continues for twenty Tlie authorized cap ital stock is and the company may commence business when is After commencing business new stock may be subscribed only as authorized by voteof the Shares anof the value of As usual thocomuany is under the control and management of a board of in this case live in The olHcers will consist of a secretary and The annual meetings ire tu be held at theotnVr uf the company UM the second Wednesday iu January ot each The highest indebtedness shall not exceed twothirds of the capital stock and private property of ill stockholders shall be eximpt from cor porate The iiuorporatiirs are James IJarhydt and Philip These names arc a satisfactory the new company is on a solid foundation and in the hands of men who do all iu their power to make the project i suc representing tlie Falnie lijelm company of has bein in the city in consultation with the present incorporatnrs and to him is due in great measure the success of the This company has entirely advan tageous terms and has done everything possible to assurethe members of the Uurlingtnn company of the practicability and eeonomy of the lahinhjchn A petition was presented to the coun cil hy Aldemuiu Kpstein set ting fonh ilie fact the company had been formed in answer tn the populardi inand for a cheaper that ihe Burlington as company had de clared they could not furnish their prod uct at lower prices than now They Ihtrcforc asked time a committee of the council be appointed to confer with the Fuel tias company for the pur pose of determining what rights or other privileges could he granted the new eom committee consists of Mercer and and they may he depended upon to make every reasonable concession to the new It is the expectation that a franchise he asked for tlie regular meeting of the believe Imt few rcalixe fully t the step taken by Jas only will the cost of gas fi fuel and illumination lie in halve which will effect a large saving to but manufacturers will be traded to a place whenthey can ohtai such a low pure and runvcnii It is matter upon which the cit as a whole may congnitnlat itself not only for the direct t but a an evidence of th enterprise and prosperity of her citizens This is a trump card which Com me re i Agent Merrill will not fail to play to vantage in his approaching onslaught nj ou the eastern No on is more delighted over the result tha He has labored assiduous ly to bring it and is now plaunin how to make use of it to further otln We the new company an predict for it a brilliant aud PRICE 15 GENTS PER poraiioii are to be voted It to look as if the bridge company is get ting its affairs into a more practical shape than heretofore and our citizens will hope for a successful issue of the long and patient deliberations of the public spirited men composing the bridge who have labored so hard give our city that for which public senti men is very strongly in WHAT The Conventional Says the Sanitary Era read the Quincy Jtnmuil as we read few other exchanges sure of daily additions of value u all our other Editor is one of the rare Horace Gree are chivairic enough to champion any rruo public no matter whom it may or to at any no matter who may be In a text being the laudable purpose of the Hannibal Water company to build v nsorvou sufficient to take up a fourmonths supply of Mississippi water while it is tmimcms thereon as follows This is all save in one The talk about pure water is wholly It is terribly If tho people of Hannibal could see the filth that is poured iutu the river Quincy they would cease talking pure water coining from the The Mississippi river is sin ouenS Merely that ami nothing There is not a drop of pure anil there never will gets the sewage of Quincy sewage from our It is fuli of germs of H is pumped up and served to her good people to Of course Quincy is in the siune that Hannibal is It draws its water from ihe same polluted sonrci from the same Talk aliour shawl Wilt a civilized people dump all their empty all their pwir all their hospital sewage into the same stream from which they lake their drinking waier milUlereiU Never Our grandchildren will never he able to tin ilcrstaiul how their grandparents could be so lilthy and so unac countably Anil they that we live as long as we Is there any esciipe from lliis VinnV Science says a perfect es lint use io mention it It will Ii will cost those men something wiio are getting hig pay for furnishing the people in this valley their own for ing and drinking Ilire waltMcaii bi obtained hy iltcr There is no about Every water company in this vulluy should be compelled filler all its Xor would the cosi be so Tho ilnn is perfectly am com paratively Kvery city council in lie valley should upon Kvery newspaper should strenuously adocato tinnewspapers of anil if even oilier tnvn in ihe Mississippi would lake a strong stand in favor in favor uf genuine clean liness and good I hey would r an incsTimable blessing upon Ihe peo lc of this and would in turn ho blessed by The editors of this valley slmulil lake this livery worthy consideration prompts them to If they wish the best iuforuui ion upon this lopie the country uf tluy can find ii in the Xiuilliiry nt Aew That is do ng n noble service for the people of this and ol the ANOTHEB NEW First toiisln to the Fuel A second company was formed yestei day entirely distinct and indcpciidcn of the Fuel jiis company yet in dint line with This is the New Era Gas Iui Appliance formed by Messrs John W Rtnd and A The of the company is the manufacture unc of the New Era gas heating anc cooking stoves and Thn has the exclusive rights for the state o Iowa and assured of a good thing wil push it for what there is in The formation of the fuel gas com pun will give a great impetus to their bus ness as the prire of gas being reduced bj per uent the introduction of their ga burning appliances will be greatly faeil The matter of the manufacture of the appliances It not yet decided If it can be doife there the pnf will probably be given to th Stove Works and thus a third concern is Most of our citizens art familiar with the New Era having seen them in operation under the charge of the agent of the Chicago Dont And yet you are not sick enough to consult a or ron refrain from so doing for fear we The writer in the Post says truly that the is a He urges that thinned How much more attrac he in a country one grind old with arms yourself and we will tell yon just what 5170 It is Hoods Sar which will lift von out of that uncer dangerous in to a state of good confidence Youve no idea how potent this peculiar medicine is incases like The Sew The Burlington Epute always alive to have put on a fast local train running between Qnincy and The train leaves Qnincy at each morning and arrives in Burlington at leaves Burlington at arrives in Qaincr at giving good facilities for local travel between Qnincy and Burlington and all intermediate For further in formation apply to or Howard General fsuwnger The We understand that Oilben and of the bridgi who were apppinted a special committee to the most feasible policy for the bridge company to pursue to secure the erection of the have practically agreed opon a which it is believed will be acceptable to the pub It is similar in its main features to the method so successfully followed at Muscatine and The stock holders of the bridge company will be asked to subifcribe an amount consider ably say This would give a cash paid of The company will then the public to ad making a total cash capital paid up of And instead of asking the public to vote afive per cent the property owners will be asked for only a two and onehalf per cent and the money thin raised by taxation be a Many taxpay wonld rote onehalf of the formerly proposed and give a bonus rather than devote so large an amount as five per and have stock issued therefor to the The burden to the general public would be much leas and the benefits fully as liis believed with a capital stock paid in full 000 subsidy as the result of the tax levy it will he entirely practicable to negotiate with railway and bridge for the erection of the proposed bridge Unless a special JEr called to consider the report of the a format report wfll be submitted afc tbe meeting May when juMadMiBiB to tha articles at ineor A Hitching Charles of lirm of iosch plumbers ami gaa is iiiiiniiliiciiiriiig an unique iron ikcliing Me takes a gas pipe seven eet ami two or two and onehalf relics in diameter ami upon one end furms i screw ou which Inscrews i cap with a Just below thecap a hole is horn in the uf siillicienl di ameter to of the free play of it small hitching to of which is fastened a snap and tn other end id light When not In use the iron weiebi draws the chain within the post where it is out of the way and prolecteii from the only die end wilh tho hiiclijnir snap mached To INC all that is necessary is to grasp I lie draw out nhain and attach it to the bridle bit thus saving thu trouble of using a halter strap and the danger ot its becoming The post Is durable and less expensive than casl iron and much less to be broken as it is of wrought The is planted by digging a hole twelve or eighteen inches and then driving the down with nlodgo hammer until is four in the ground and three above It is easily put in place und will last a life Hdping the new landlord of tuo Hotel is making extensive and important iniprovements in the entire es So liberal and is his policy in this respect that without Whites knowledge voluntarily made contract to have the entire exterior of tin build ing Thus one improvement brings liarhydt is a liberal landlord who keeps his property in good shape and when he finds un enterprising tenant spending moiuy for its embellish incnc lie encoiirages him by making cor responding That is a good policy and redounds to mutual every properly owner improve aud adorn his business and residence prop erty and he will find it in greater demand aud at the best And ull that helps Jack who is charged with an assault to commit great bodily injury upon the person of the iloran boy ou South Hill week before and who left the city in consequence of the was arrested Saturday night at vhither he had betaken Tho police of that ciiy notified the litre and Constable Johnson went down armed with a warrant forhisarrest finding his returned with him Sunday He was brought be fore Squire Huuecko yesterday and waiving was held in 3300 bonds to appear before the district The The pleasant effect and the perfect with which ladies may ate Ihe li inid fruit Syrup of under jll conditions make it favorite rem It is pleasing to the eye and to the yet effectual in acting he liver and Iowa Crop DE May effect of he protracted drought on grass and ereals in though no irre larable damage has yet Corn lanting is in progress in all parts ol the being well advanced in the south ru The ground a warui and iu xcellent condition this Fruit f all kinds are uninjured by frosts and remises With timely rainsthe rop prospect is On every store we see the Zbe best la all tbe land Quit eatinz meat and try the Secale an An important They act he stomach and bowels through the A new cure bad piles and or menr women and surest doses for Samples tree Wfljfo drngr a   

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