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   Burlington Hawk-Eye (Newspaper) - May 10, 1890, Burlington, Iowa                                Next Sundays ESTABLISHED THE BURLINGTON Some Eiceflnt Read Sifmlays WRECKED Reports of a Destructive Cyclone a Twenty or Thirty Blown A Number of People Seriously In BK or Two May Meager Special to Tlie May halfpast six oclock this waning a furi ous cyclonepassed within two miles of this going in a northwesterly direc doing immense damage todwellin outbuildings und fencesParticu are hut it is reported that a dozen or more dwelling houses were completely demolished and a niini of their inmates seriously One family Ijy the inmic of seisms to have been the more seriously hurt of Yomiu sustaining injuries from to were She ill not expected many others cyclones fury is feared serious reports Heavy ccompanied the cannot lie told Inn ii the morning will brinir from the i rack of I bunder and light niiii storm and for u few inonii nts tiie rain fell in many Ibe ruin uniinincid by Terrilili omlil iiin of rlouil May with Hie rilicvl n riveil last iiiLlii from Khuk and Uooley Thej liiirrowiiiv dcscrip tion of tineiindiiiiin uf the people of that portion of ihe section is deserted inhuid Houses wenwashed families Slilllered and few escaped Hie nec essaries of Hundredsof people were rcseneil Iroin iheir tininis standing in several feel nf THE INSANE ASYLUM hood this morning by a triple The principal in the affair was Constan tine a farmer living at While laboring under a fit of temporary insanity he conceived the idea of ridding himself and family oi all further How he did it is not exactly as particulars are It is known hs succeeded in killing his wife and child and ending his own WAGE WOBKEBS PROTECTION HOT Lively Debate For and Against the Tariff was any action it should be a readjust ment and consolidation of some smaller Gorman said in the interests of the oldiers congress might bankrupt the government and probably for in fifteen years there would be more spent for pensions than it bad cost to put down Three Tbouwnd Coml Miners on a May miners at Antrim struck last night and with a thousand men already out at Arnot and Morris make about three thousand on a strike in the semibitumiuus The causeof the trouble is the refusal of the company to pay five to ten advance in Foreign Carpenters En Route for NEW May are twelve on the steamer Macadam which arrived from Rotterdam yester They are consigned to it is are to take the places of The question of their being llowed to proceed is being considered by lie Mr A Lime Combine May three ears tlie Maine lime producers have had combination to maintain The oinbination expired by limitation yester The price of ninetyfive cents per wliicli it has maintained steadily vill be a thiiigof tha It is thought price will now be lowered to fifty cuts per tration pension office at Finally the discussion closed and Sher mans amendment was agreed to Payne voted with the republicans and Ingalls and Plumb with the Teller did not The bill then passed and themilitary academy bill was taken up and The army appropriation bill was then taken Amons the amendments agreed i amendment was agreed a j amended was parsed The thi ip the bill ir tO Delia daughter of Admiral Charles with an amend ment reducihg the pension to 50 a After some PRICE 15 CERTS PER TORIES ARE Talk of Holding an Autumn Session of Threatened With a Liberal Use of Clotore Unless They Compromise the Land BillLondon oreign May government is somewhat apprehensive concerning the prospects of public business in tue pres of owing to the debate which inseparable for TMrlien Itnilles lieviil In he i May IMIJI ill I ii Killsc in Ii ciidy number iieil anil 1 i The Illlllllier lils of Ihe pool al The impress Iii tinbuilding anil SOUK their hdls fur liitm weaUness dinir t heir way out midsl of ihe enn whieh that a mini her of ihese per isheil and ihis belief is strengthened hy nine dilalicc fiuin tin eupied hy ihe imbeciles eral feel uf ashes and d ind the prohahililie they anrcinuud a number he is also helievi A Ilrr at Grove May A disastrous con fhigruiion occurred here this moruiim Nearly a score of buildings were le including stores and Iaint and Stareli Works May The Musury Sons paint works and the Atlantic works were burned Loss HIII is ihe lir were main ane of whim hail nnl and others u Mere ilicilpalde of liml of i he Imildinii in the in fusion md thi forenoon al lleliiirtnielll There are sev eliris in llle s anthiit when of bodies will d thill some of tinbodies were so roll plelely inciner iiledlliat no I race of them can ever be The following iiiv Known to have been besides those mentioned in previous dispatches Mny Ot selic Koxie Miillnrv and One iiiNiue eapluivd near some twelve She hiilfcliiil iind WilS lie Wililini of her Oneof the scared inio her senses by the und escaping Vrom the hunriiii loom i window ieacheil the roof iincl ifiiwled iilonu IIM roused i he Keepers wife inilil Ihus Murder and afurnooi while intoxicated went into a kept by his and demanded which she refused became drew a revolver and shot his wife throuirh the heart ii i he presence of a twelveyearold son Tinmurderer then fired two shots at dyiiiu The deai woman has relatives in and at one time lived in Ilutchin Kuilroad I UK May number of the railway will show in an article on railway construction that over eleven hundred miles have already been added to the track mileage of the inited States in There have been in all nine hundred and fortyfour new roads begun or incorporated since liic first of Janu ary The paper predicts that tli construction will exceed that of when miles were The Truro Will lie May is understood the truce between the miners and coal oper of northern Illinois will probably but temporary and that in the fall will be a strike of all the miners of the The leaders thought it best to rive in now for reason that the miners in he southern purl of the stale were not This will be attended to dur the int Sad IN A PITIABLE a Mini iiilh lliuKl May A I tiM this mornini when Supeiinien dem of and on down stairs from his bed entered the I Ill of his soil the he found ibe latter lying Iiice nwiirds on the lloor in his it giijrjied with lull iiboiit IMS iliout his He Ironi his and und in The con in the room inili though Iliglll eliithe two towi j ami i I was a lion i i had evide piiiiomil dition of rated nothing h tales i great ilaiiLer ol lie raves eon linnally ahmii iwo and a fearful He had returned from ihe Hot whenhe seeking re lief from Itnssian from which he had heen sulieriii since His hoi I shows marlof a desperate liirln wiih Ins OH of a May Journal special from says Detective representing the Fidelity left here yesterday on i special enirine for Two Min to intercept tinsteamer which has on board the de faulting bank teller from lie will doubtless his A Dmililr Ko May one of the Kochester detective and it man named Samuel Stoddard had i dispute over a line of board fence This even ing tho dispute ended in i bloody Lynch shot and Killed Sloddnrd and his Lynch gave himself up and is now at police lie pleads was such rate bill increasing to 813 per mouth the pensiuon to the widow of Urigadier General A i The house then went into committee i of the whole of in the chair on the tariff of Xcw spoke against the i of a member of the I committee on ways and means said the I old proverb Scratch a liussian and you j will find a might be applied to tho democrats for if the flimsy pretences i were scratched off a a freei trader would be In 1SSS the peoI pie had rendered their He favored protection for any article that I was produced in this If the United States could produce sugar in sufficient quantity to snpply domestic be would foster it by fair protec tion but be believed that was lie was convinced that the United States must look to other countries for her He contended that the sugar schedule of the bill would be a blow at the sugar McMillan inquired how it that sugar trust securities had had a phenomenal Gear suggested the pending bill gave tlm refiners the protection of only fourtenths of a while the Mills bill gave them one McMillan replied tho pending bill gave them iren raw It was evident from the ju sugar trust se curities that the trust was not to be bun by this dear continuing expressed his opposition toany trust or combine formed to enhance the price of the necessaries of The lime had come for the Ameri congress to end the sugar combine by passing the pending This bill gave ihe people cheap raw sugar and cheap refined and destroyed root and branch ihc greatest combine known to the a combine which might lie called tinAmerican which uid been devouring the substance of the people for almost a Crisp did not believe that to tho uamifacturcr protection had been a ben As 10 tlie laborers in ihe Manufacturing establishments as to the farmers throughout the ho felt sure he system bad been The sys em drove out It dimin sbed the number of producers of a given and increased the ease and acility with which they could combine o elevate ihe The majority of be ways and means committee was iledged to the principle of offered a sop to the It said o ihe farmer it put tho duty ou pro ncts when the truth was that would do im no The way to benefit the armcr was to give him free salt give lim free and reduce the price of iccessaries of The gentleman on lie other side claimed they were record ug verdict of the The peo ile did not agree that the lariff question finally sealed at the It was enerally believed the protected imlns ries had put together a great campaign und by which they bought in blocks f live to vote to carry out their of Xew remarked the gentleman from Texas lills had said be knew how the repub cans carried the and the sen email from Tennessee McMillin inti latcd postmaster general contributed lie Payne noticed McMillin not say anything about bis president buildings at military posts gymnasiums and Ilale moved an amendment that no alcoholic beer or wine should be sold or supplied to enlisted men in any such Cockrell moved to amend the amendment by striking out beer and Xo quorum voted and the senate leaving Halts and Cockrells amendments GENERAL WASHINGTON Another Silver May ing of the republican caucus was held at which the silver question was again under It is said the only proposition discussed was one to make the notes to be issued for the pur chase of bullion a full legal the bullion redemption clause having been abandoned by who advocated While the majority of them were in favor of making tinnotes a full legal it was decided to postpone formal action on the proposition until another when there shall be a full attend Irivate Pension May of called up the bill granting a pen sion of a year to Delia daughter of Admiral Charles with an amendment reducing the pension to a After some opposition the amendment was agreed to and the as The senate bill increasing to S75 per month ihe pension to the widow of Briga dier General Ayres The bouse then went into committee of tlie whole Payson of Illinois in the chair on the tariff The Daiurosililtliuni May of invita tion are out for the marriage of Miss daughter of the secretary of and Walter of Xcw tbat will be celebrated the 17th The wedding will he as quiet as it is possible for a family in the high posilion of that of the with its hosts of Tlie Color of the The cause of the generally blue color of the deep sea is accounted for by refer ence to certain principles connected with the science of Probably most are aware that light consists of the set of colors which we see so beautifully dis played in the is the law of light when it enters any and is either reflected or transmit ted to the a certain portion of consisting of more or less of ks is lost in the body the remaining being strikes our visual and whatever color that may the ob ject seems of that it chances that tiie portion of light most apt to be reflected from masses of transparent fluid is the and hence it is that the air and the sea both appear of this New York Commercial give you a good overcome that tired feeling and make you as one woman expresses like a itew Gardners of is credited with a feat of offhand shootins with the revolver that has set the cracks of this town He is reported to have fired ten shots from a 38caliber double action Smith St Wesson revolver at a target two inches in diam placed twelve feet from and to have put every one of the bullets The min stphad hoped to dispose of the tithes bill before for this is one of the most most disputed and most urgent questions of general interest now before the and any ministry would be glad to get rid of it on anv reasonable but the amount of struction which has naturally come in the way of speedy legislation by reason of the Parnellite objections and amend ments to the land purchase bill has made it impossible to bring the tithes bill be fore the house of commons with any chance of getting through with it during this so evident is the lack of time to properly consider all the important matters which the cabinet has pledged itself to deal with that the sov ernment officials are already the advisability of holding an aiitumu the alternative to this resource being the abandonment of some of the bills in If an attempt is made to carry them all the final stages of the land purchase bill will inevitably be postponed until the and this is a prospect which is not agreeable to cither side in parliament or to the coun The in are thoroughly discontented what they regard as Smiths want of backbone in dealing with the tactics of the onposi in his speech to the Oxford University Unionist League Wednesday expressed the feeling of the tories in his implied threat that ff Gladstone and the liberals do not offer a compromise with Lord Salisbury on Balfours a more severe exercise of the power of picture than has ever yet been ventured on will lie re sorted to to compel a termination of the 1 do not believe the ministers will care to further antagonize the sen timent of the nation by this In replying to a correspondent who questioned him on his attitude toward liquor Lord Kandolph through his writes that he is neither a teetotaler nor a member of any temperance It is expected that General the French minister of will devote particular attention to the permanent military defenses of Franir and her colo with a view to assumingJier strength in any international emergency in which she may be He for converting the ancient seaport plump in the bulls The diameter of the bulls eve was 2133 of an A fac simile of ihis target reached and greatly excited New York cracks and the shooting world It is unprecedented a lot of veterans have offered rich jrizes if Gardner will come to KewYork and duplicate the su perb Wilsons score was which means absolutely flawless It knocks George Birds star score Birds score beat the best shooting done at the Paris expositions revolver Some cracks have expressed doubts that the published fac simile can be a reproduction of a genuine It has been measured with all sorts of mathematical implements without set tling the New York BfflB BY A MAD Two Little Girls Horribly Mutilated in Des Attacked byaVicioM Animal After Dies Great Excitement and Terror Iowa Tobacco in The exports of leaf tobacco md cigar ettes from the United States during the were quite satisfactory as to Although larger quantities of leaf have been exported in previous yet there is a material increase over theyear The exports of leaf tobacco for 18S9 amounted to as com pared with pounds in an increase of yet the value of thelS88 exports is put more than the exports something improbable this discrepance is undoubtedly due to the crude method of compiling these The ex ports of cigarettes for the year 1889 were as compared with in indicating an increase of This is the largest amount exported in one and evidences what rapid strides are being made in the export busi ness by our cigarette as their exports in 1889 aggregated about 12 per of their manufacture for home Daily Cimff the third days of the general conference of tli 1 candidate ami his cabinet ofljcers who epped tip to the captains oflice and set in violation of the civil service Applause and Of the Young I Mihoclist Episcopal church of the south us nnil there is ihe report nf tho board of exten sion showed the total receipts for four years were s and disbursements of cash balance of about The Mihodist conference had another hot discussion loday over Ihe projosi tioii in allow laymen lo serve on all com In spite of the opposition il was linally AN INSURANCE SWINDLER iermuimi isliil for dispatch from the arrest of I he request of s learned here A Coiisullhii siiian Company An Iliu Ma aniiouni Mejer and wife on Chicago It is dial Mecr wanted for extensive siiranie He has had a sensa tional career in At one lime he was aivtiseiof piiisoninga Henry welltodo The al leged oliject ol ilijs was 10 secure Gold mans Coupled with this was the gossip ihat Meyer was playing the role of i loihario to Goldmans lollowing ihe death of her husband she married luu they soon The woman now utuieiavvesi Meyer is ninlcrsioml lo he another a of an aged gentleman whose lite is alleged to have been insured in the Gelmania of for the fraud consisi Ing in pivseniing a bogus Drcsscll for ex was a consulting physician of the Gcrmaiiia company and since niiearthing the Urcssell fraud it is asserted i number of other eases of like nature have come to The police had a long hiuii for die Kiot Los May war rins fact ions of Chinatown came together last night a nil a riot during which forty shots were fired by bolh One Chinaman was one bystander d tlie riot and arrested one hundred i iii tiii iiiiii nil sorioiish injured and ti white bystat shot in the The police of Chinese A CHINESE YIIIIB Mut of Now Uuried With tin11 itlie1 Xrw May body Yung Chee a Mou street was buried in Evergreen cem etery with all the honors of Chinese Ma He was l Tsa that he had lived up lo the highest Mongolian ideal of what i Mason should and he was accorded the uncommon honor of having a scroll containing ihe Masonic creed writ ton in Chinese characters hung at tlie head of his eoflin before its re moval and buried with him in it when was taken to the It is said this is the livst time any Celestial in America has been so It is a rare occurrence oven in The body was Iwriie to the grave in a hoarse drawn by four black and was fol lowed by a procession of nearly two thou sand many of them having come here for the occasion from other HANGED FOE Threr JMJthe 1ounlty of Out rageous May was hanged today for the murder of Policeman May was hanged at Union today for tho murder of Susie May at Warranton today for the murder of Alexander Miles Xorve and Liver Aii important They act on the stomach and bowels through the A new They speed ily cure bad torpid piles and Splendid for women and 30 doses for 25 Samples free at XVittes drug Larire Contribution to the Worlds May Pennsylvania company lias contributed a large said to be to the worlds fair com mittee of The worlds fair com mittee were notilied the the nionoj could be drawn upon ai any The Mad lop Special to The May mad dog has bitten several other dogs in this vicinity and a general extermination of canines is in The mad dog scare is at a fever heat in McDonough and Hancock counties Cutting the KAXSAS May Uurling ton this morning jrastod a S4 passenger rate from Kansas City to Later tlie named the same figure and this afternoon theAtton and Mis souri Pacific money was not lo buy Payne then proceeded to argue in support of tlie of spoke against the bill and the rose and the house took a n At the evening session the tariff debate was of attacked the policy of of opposed i In the matter of the bounty on sugar it was his opinion the foreign producer could get fourlifths of the advantage of I taking the duty off lie was op posed to laxing one American industry for tin1 benefit of of entertained like Morse protested against the long i and short haul clause of tin law and i argued that the remedy was to return to j tht1 let alone i Goodnight opposed the Atkinson regretted that ihe bill j did not repeal the tobacco tax and place a protective duty on Walker argued against the of briefly op posed the and at the houso ad THE A Boy Worth and only 10 years This is the state of affairs with lit tle Marshall the son of tho late Marshall He is the youngest millionaire in and one of the There are hundreds of children in Xew York who will prob ably some day inherit one or more mil but little Marshall Roberts already inherits his vast and in eleven years it will be entirely in his His fortune is most of it invested in real estate and government and four or five well known men are his His income when he comes into his fortune will be a which is almost a York A Novel Plan for The most novel plan of housekeeping for a large family ever in Wash ington is that adopted by and Pitzhugh the former a son of tho Whitehonse from choice rather than has leased for the season two good sized the first on Hillyer owned by the family of the late Francis and the second in the neighborhood The The pleasant effect and the perfect safety with which ladies may use the li quid fruit Syrup of under all conditions make it their favorite rem It is pleasing to the and to the yet effectual in acting on the liver and Judgment court of appeals has affirmed the judgment of lower courts sentencing DUworth a Sew York to imprisonment for contempt of court in connection with the Flack Southern Baptist FOBT May southern Baptist convention met in its fortysixth annual session here President of was Flrtt ana General Second mta and Financial VTwk May The Thp Annual Appropriation Kill Other May annual ap propriation hill was laken the ques tion being on the amendment offered yesterday by increasing the number of pension agents at a salary of from eighteen to This was agreed party except that Payne voted aye and Plumb and Teller The bill bavin been re ported back from the committee of Ihe whole to the senate the question of that amendment came up again for Cockrell said he was humiliated at the fact that the committee on appro headed by the distinguished senator from Iowa had just been ridden over roughshod by the re publican There was no reason whatever for the increase of the two offices excopt for the benefit of the spoils Sherman suggested that Cockrell wasmuking a very great affair out of a Tttnall matter and argued for the the pension office at Columbuswas so crowded now by the increase in pen sioners it was absolutely He Sherman very seldom disputed with the committee on but when the new question came up the committee ought not to feel offended that its work had been inquired Cockrell referred to the rumor that there was a warm and lively contest over the Ohio pension that a friend of an cxpresldent had been selected over the choice of another distinguished citi zen meaning Sherman and that the senator who was so grievously disap pointed was patiently awaiting the crea tion of these two new Sherman said all this showed that Cockrell had been looking into small de tails about local matters which had no more connection the amendment than the man in the Allison said he felt aggrieved that the majorityhad voted for an increase of It shows tiie majority had not examined ihe question with diecare it Paddock said there were localities worse off as rqfards the necessity form Increase ot agencies than He and Whitehouse reside on Hillyer and their when consists of sir governess and twelve Chicago Orange The Oviedo Chronicle savs The orange business of the present winter has demonstrated one thing and that is that Tangerine and Mandarin oranes no longer command the price of former and that they are not even sell ing as well as ordinary consid ering the expense in gathering and put ting them Growers should note the fact that it will not be profitable to plant any more of these The de mand for them is and is now easily The Eighth hussars of the British army have a gazelle for child of the regi It accompanies the regiment ev and is an especially ons figure on the Sunday church parade when it accompanies the leading the line with a stately apparently imitated from that of the drum An Have you an your tappings for the fishing excursion asked Us wife I guess The thebasket the I knew youd forget iU remarked the most riflfesary thine for Herer And she handed him a snail can of concentrated Boots Had Already BarnetL yon irffl soon burn of on tho coast of into a military naval which ho designs to strongly In other he would like to restore its oldtime char This would probably involve a good deal of rather expensive work in clearing out the deposits in the harbor and reviving its former Negotiations have been opened at Ko tonon for the exchange of French host ages for and in the present demoralized condition of King Rondos people consequent on the bombardment of the French are likely to listened to with considerable Saint Saens is now visiting Granada and Malaga on bis way home to intends to write an opera on the sub ject of an episode in the Moorish invasion of The work will be rich in local A Sensation in May sensation is caused in Russia by ihe discovery that large and systematic thefts of bombs and shells from the magazines of Sebastapool are going Numerous employes have been DOES BISMARCK USB OPIUM 1 Emprror William Wantril the Chancellors May assertion of the Hamburger that imperial couriers have been kept busy during the last few days carrying letters between Prince and the kaiser is gen erally received with ihe allegation is it is sur mised that the correspondence bad strict reference to the statements the exchan cellor is alleged to have concerning his which have recently been published in It is assumed that the kaiser has de manded an explanation of the he employed certain persons to against Kisrnarok with a view of getting rid of together with many other statements uncomplimentary to the em peror which have found their way into the newspapers as utterances of the ex The frequent interchange of communications induces the suspicion on tlie part of believers in this theory that the exchancellor is having a hard time to convince the kaiser of his inno cence in the matter of circulating the otherwise he Is endeavoring to show justification for making The National Zcitung confirms the statement that Emperor before the retirement of questioned Schwcningcr regarding the chancel lors alleged habit of taking The emperor was the paper that Bismarck only used the drug under the advice and control of his medical ad A ISlg Paper One of the largest contracts for fttr nishins paper for the use of the census office is the one for manilla tabulating The number of cards that will be used is estimated to be and it is said that it will require 260 tons of manilla paper to furnish these Under a former contract sheets for the population schedule will be which is said to be the largest single order for writing paper ever No single mill in this coun try could meet the and the or der is now being filled by two of the largest paper mills in the ready orders have been sent out for 600 reams of which will weigh and at the contract 0 cents per will cost York Commercial A Waterloo The Waterloo monument ac Brussels in memory of the British officers and sol diers will be ready by at the present satisfactory rate of The money raised by public subscription will just cover tiie with a tiny bal ance on the right inscription on the monument has been drafted finally follows In memory of the British noncommissioned offi cers and who full in Belgium in the battles of and whose remains were transferred to this cemetery in This monument was erected by the queen and their countrymen ou a site gener ously presented by tho municipality of York Special to the DES May is con siderable excitement here over an attack made on two girls whflerretnrninsj homc from school yesterday by a vicious dosr The dog ptilled the first little girt down and bit The other started to run when the do left its first victim and overtaking the srabbed her by the tluew her madly besan mutilating her by fiercely biting heron the He tore a horrible gash in her sank his sharp teeth m the left chewing off the eyelid and leaving a frightful It is im possible to ascertain yet if the zirls were When the police arrived the dog had entered a neigboring barn and was just It foamed at the iioutn and suffered terribly and showed other signs of A post mortem examination made leads to the pinion that the animal had been I but great anxiety is Another dog acting strangely in another part of town thought to be was BIS BODY FULL OF Joe of Iowa t Deter mined Klfort to Kill Him Special to The Bohemian laborer named Joe Ilinek attempted sui cide hero this morning by shooting him He fired three flosh of the another entering thn right lung and the third lodging in the muscles of his back after gassing through the left lung and The latter wound made a bohhalf an inch in diameter and formed another opening for inspiration at each The physicians in at tendance say he may Ftinek had been drinking heavily for the past few days and it is suspected that this was what led to the attempt at his IN HEE A Young Arreatnl In the of frs Mollies in Stnuty Special to The DKS May Trill Wat a rather prepossessing young lady aged is now a prisoner behind the bars at the city night she was rushing around theneighborhood of Cottage clad only in her night She was with difficulty caught and taken in charge by the police and locked She had escaped from the hospital and was roaming the streets in a dazed condition of She is evi dently deranged and irresponsible for what she dence is insufficient to sustain the ver The testimony shows that at dve o clock the defendant shot a revol ver from horseback in the road in front or Christian Smiths Smith testff fies that on hearing the first shot he stepped toward the saw the defend ant and that defendant fired a second shot at him and he heard the ball whiz past his Defendant testified that he did not see Smith at thetime he but he shot at a and he has no ill feelings toward The judges were of the opinion that the case should be reversed on the grounds of Mary Joseph Bischoff from Johnson TI Fairall Opinion by Tho tett A torn scrap of newspaper with a legible address printed on it lod to tho arrest of a burg lar It was found near an open safe in the store of Furlong which broken into by burslars a few evenings Six May Six business houses on the east side of Main street wore des troyed by yesterday The loss is the insurance HAWIIU THE EARCHAWING Krpresrntativc ShiptcyH Canahalintic An tagonixt Founil iuiltv of anc f preinl to The JlTHKiK May the famous ShipleyEdwards held hero the jury today found Edwards guilty of assault and It will bored that a light occurred between man from Monroe numec Edwards and Eepresentativo Shipley anc that the latters ear was somewhat dam Edwards was prosecuted for a much greater but found guilty of assault and battery WITH THE WHIPPED OX THE a gambler at Council was horsewhipped on the street by Lottie Jealousy was the TOBACCO ANI Collector Loth rop received Son for liquor and to baco licenses for the northern half of About applications have been received up to IOWA WEATKEI In i circu lar to the Gustavus llinrichs announces that tho repeal of chapter 45 of the acts of the XVItth general assem bly in no way interferes with the work of the Iowa weather service and that it will be continued as HEARTLESS At Sioux Saturday Jim Gorman amused himself by shooting at a John Tiedman hearing the stepped out with a revolver and Gorman began shooting at Tiedman returned the tire and Gorman was through tho IVliile in In the case of Samuel charged with receiving stolen goods taken from the Erie which was tried at Ur it was developed that James She who was a clerk in Landis now serving having been induced by Landis to plead guilty to receiving the soods in his He is paving who is a young a salary for serving the time which should be served by An Octogenarian Professor Frank a dancing master of Berks is S3 years of and has been a teacher of dancing for tifryfour years of his life and is still at conducting his classes as success fully as he did thirty or forty years He now has seven classes in Reading and Lebanon and loO and during his career has taught over young peo ple the mystery and art of troit Free Father Clarkson Lalil to Special to The IluwkEye J DES May The funeral of Father Clarkson was held at the First Methodist Episcopal church at Ninth and Pleasant streets at three oclock this Tlie who has been a personal friend of Clarkson for several years preached the which was most The funeral was unostentatious one in accordance with tins often ex pressed wish of tlie The re mains were placed in tlie Harbach re reivin vault after a short service at the WILL MAKE JOINT Innit IIouils to Advantage of the IVr missire Section of the Joint Rate Ito May The railroad commissioners received a letter this morning from Thomas gen eral attorney fur the Rock Island rail announiinic that tlie several Iowa companies having headquarters at Chi have under consideration the form ulation of certain joint tariffs under tho permissive section of the Iowa joint rate hut without reference to or recogni tion of any other portions of that The commissioners interpret this as meanirn that joint rates will be volun tarily put into effect at almost all im DES MOINES Traveler vrho is standing very neartha Ton probably mean that I shall soon burn my Tour boots were some time Journal of fif His OccapaUosv Poor woman Have yon no husband help yon earn a livingf 1 have a so but he is deeply in something Ofirhat natnreT Trusting in Wants Jewish Pupils May the upper house of the Prussian diet a motion was adopted that the government take meas ures to remedy the evils arising from the large number of Jewish pupils in su perior Count who made the the existing condi tion constituted a social The minister of instruction said it was impos sible to exclude the Jews from any edu cational Such an at tempt would force the nation into a posi tion leading to disruption instead of Capriri May May believe Caprivi will soon resign the chancellor He is said to be disgusted with the details of the work of the foreign office and not in sympathy with the officials under Brevities by William OBrien has been refused a new trial of his libel suit against Lord the English prime On the first trial averdict was returned for Lord The banquet the Marquis of Harting ton in London May 13th is expected to be the largest and most important political demonstration which the liberalunionists have held since they began a separate Tlie French cabinet has adjourned the discussion of the question of taxing foreigners residing in France in order to ascertain whether the existing treaties between France and the various nations provide against such a Tind All the Say many poor men and women who seem or are debilitated by change of climate or If yon could read the hundreds of letters praising Roods Sarsaparilla which come frompeo Pte whom it has restored to you would be convinced of its A Portable Paper A portable house of paper was retentlv constructed in The walla consist of double layers of of the interior one is impregnated against fire and the exterior one against The paper 13 fixed on which can easily be attached to each The house is intended to a and contains a dining room ninety feet The Taste of The new two cent stamp is the color of a half ripe pomegranate tastes like fried Bucit is great improvement over the green stamp which kept George Washington forever in his salad The green by the tastes like as all whi taste the stamp instead of the envelop have long since learned to their Transcript George George Kezmans suit of prison clothes and the iron chain which he brought with him from Siberia to America have already brought him in andthey arc adding to bank account every In the coarse of every lecture on PTiJft life he appears upon the stage in and he finds it a suc cessful Corpwiterx Iowa May solicitor of Pacific build reports the following patents granted last week to Iowa inventors Wood working William Dubuqne George Dnbnqne and Bebok and Toledo stay chain for William Into the AllegedCity Boodling An important Iocu DES May The examina tion by the grand jury into the cases of the alderman and other city officers charged with crookedness in their official connection with thn citys business still ExAuditor Laird has been before the jury three times with his books and statements of He says he cannot be blamed for issuing warrants when they are signed and re corded on claim register as coming to him by order of the In regard to the Johnson and Hartford war he said it was not know to him un j til Monday that the names were i A document now in the possession of Alderman Reynolds is likely to prove in teresting and important in connection with the It purports to be an order signed by Aldermen and Rey nolds the last name signed and addressed to Treasurer directing him to pay the undersigned aldermen 3300 eaeiL for additional and addingjakn express agreement that the mdftjf shall be returned if unlaw fully There is a question whether this not left in the possession of the memberewho drew the money oft citi zeru committee has and U do ing aft it can to assist the take your measure for a He keeps Late In the From the Old gentleman the little boy What are yon crying lor lost A penny boo Old dont Herefsapenny to replace Xbwini b to look for the other Little dont believe Supreme Court Special to The DES May following decisions were rendered today The State of Iowa Andrew Serven Winneshiek Reversed opinion by State of Iowa Daniel ap Benton Affirmed opinion by State of Iowa George Cedar Affirmed opinion by Robinson State of Iowa Joseph Hardin Mf Affirmed opinion by Given Defendant was indicted by the grand jury of Hardin county for assault with intent to commit murder alleged to have been committed as follows Joseph Bainsbarger on February com mitted an assault a loaded revolver one Christian SmithThe defendant having pleaded not guilty tfe ease was submitted to jury and the defendant What Will CongreiM Do From the Gate Senator Wilson and Representative of had already hills before their respective houses of congress for laws to prohibit the sale of liquors as an article of interstate commerce in states having prohibitory A con gressman has introdced a like hill follow ing the Leisy These bills might have passed if they had only concerned Iowa and Maine and Kansas and the Da Hut as the question has now be come national in its amplitude and in volves settling a policy of com merce for thn whoid country it will not be easy to deal with Congress will probably move SHERMAN A Georgia War Yarn that Mntrhen Whopper Toll hy an Some tolerably truthful in other are tremendous liars when they tell war stories or lishing says the Atlanta Last month a writer in a reputable western the quoted an Ohio who made attldiwit that when he was confined at Andersonvllle President Davis endeavored to persuade tho prisoners enter the confederate When they saying thati they wouid Davis replied You will die this story ou its face is outragu ously The only match for it writer recollects was told by man in North who claimed thiit Gen eral Sherman had treated him The general on his march turned him out of his house and occupied it afterward tin victim said Jist as I told The ginnil Hung me out er my and I went to a lit tle cabin half er mile Then I thought of my and went back ter the The ginrul stood in the Sczee What yer My sez Is tliet your cabin sez the pinting ter my little sez Then the ginrul ordered a cannon to he and in three minutes blew the abin Air yer I and then I lit was the way the ginrnl got my hat Time and again the refugee told this it till he believed As war liar he would be well matched with be Ohio only he had the grace riot to swear to the truth of his yarn She IIIeftMid irum HIP Detroit Kreo There were four or live men leaning iffuinst the city hall yesterday fore loon at a particular talking poli and when woman halted Before them and asked of one particular man yon let me have money to buy pair of shoes with Do you really need em he inquirer in Very sir and1 shall never for get your kindness if you aid here it he as he put a bill in her kind and may Heaven When she had moved away one of the group said She was mighty Brassiest thing Ive seen in addud a Do you know Kill inquired a third of the man who had opened his more or Weve been mar ried about twentyfive and when I dont come down she takes this way of making I rather like it I get the credit of being very and she gets the An Cnjiut From Country Grocer Anything yon want to buy this morning Customer 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