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   Burlington Hawk-Eye (Newspaper) - May 14, 1890, Burlington, Iowa                                THE ESTABLISHED WEDNESDAY MAY 7 JONES PLEADS FOR He Makes an Eloquent Appeal in Behalf of the Silver Bntterworth Takei TVIiack at McKin Tariff Martha Wash ington Memorial Association May the senate a petition was presented and referred by Quay from the business men of Phila delphia remonstrating against an increase of duty on dress goods made wholly or partly from Davis from the committee on pen sions reported back the house substitute for the senate dependent pension bill with a written report and moved that the houg substitute lie nonconcurred in and a conference This was agreed to and a conferee The then resumed the consider ation of the silver bill and of Xe continued the begun yester He opposed tlie idea of redeeming treasury notes in bullion on the ground that when they were so redefined tin monetary circulation would be contracted and putting bullion on tin market would not up to the country for the loss of money from by rea son of its greater notwithstand ing all legislation in its could never bueome the common money medi um of the AVas there any con necessity for the demonetization of either he demon etize that metal vdiich promised the srcatcr and more steady It absolutely vital to welfare of the sec retary that both silver and gold could be in full and unlimited use as aiil equally invested with tlie power of legal in conclusion lie said I pre dict that the restoration of silver to its will mark an epoch in the his tory of this t will place in circulation an of money commes tirute with our increasing i will give assurance to our langisliiiis in dustries thai the volume of our circulat Ini medium is ni to continue and that the tendency of prices will no longer lie It will inncase the wastes of labor and the price or pro ducts of labor it will reduce the bonds and other forms of money futures it will lighten iiiciiujtubly ibe burden of mortgages it will increase though noi tlie debt paying and tax paying JMIVVCV will loosen llie the creditor from ihc ne debtor by the money cease to be an objeci of comI ind aiaiii become ii bencli Liftins up silver to its rightful place by tinside of gold will in million all Ihc latcn energies tf Hie people it will involuntary idle ness by putting every man to i work it will revive business and mate the hearts and hope of the masses no longer fearina a fall in will turn into productive And this will accomplish for the Iuiied Slates iilone but for civilization for ii is too much to say that upon the decis ion of this question depends a conse quence more momentous than upon that of any other of public policy within the memory of this In a broader sense than nny other lioii attracting the sicucral attention of it is a question of embodies the hopes and aspirations of our The act of ccimcss which shall happily solve will constitute i decree of emancipation as veritable as liny that ever freed theserf from iLmil but more universal in its applica It will inaugurate a true renais renaissance of with out which literature and art are hut apples of In answer to a if there was free coinage of siher hibe lieved in tlnve days the silver not iicd for coinage would In worth sn ounce ami ilia there it would of next adilreseil the lie said the bill as it sinml should never become a law inn should lit1 amended by making ii provide at J least for unlimited coinage of silver whenever the price reinlied a point j which the irovcnmient ceased to lie a This was an absolute ncccsj sity unless the purpose was to destroy j silver as Those w hn would vole for the bill as it stood certainly intended I the demonetization of and as well avow While striking a fatal blow at the interest of a great body of people they intended only to liendit ike j sellers of silver bullion by increasing its j The deliberate purpose ti credit silver treasury notes by refusing i to make them legal tender further gesUd the real purpose had in view by j the republican I Jones if the newspaper tv ports and the common undersuuuliufr around the capitol were entitled to any every republican senator except tinsenator InimOnliiriulo Teller had either in conference or cau cus to vote fur StMiulws Allison and others slaud tluit that is not Allison snid the far from being the result of the is the result of tin1 deliberations of the finance commit Xo suggestion of the caucus was made on either side of chamber some lime after the bill was Harris iminber of the finance committee said the bill was reported by niajoritv vote of the lie had mi knowledge or suspicion of the caucus having had anything to do with The minority favored and still favor the absolute free coinage of JUit the quest ion with that minority of which he was one narrowed itself down to the point of accepting the ponding measure in lieu of tlie existing tinder which only two million silver dollars wore coined He himself de cided to do The bill then went over till tomorrow and after ail executive session the scuutc f acturers do sell more cheaply to people of other countries than to people of the United Great applause on the democratic He doubted the pro priety of a high rate of duty on Our most profitable industry has been copper which have made millions on millions of Yet this bill pro poses to put a dnty on In spite of the dnty already placed on it by the presen tariff the people of foreign coun tries get copper cheaper than our own Great applause on the democratic While he believes the country favors a reduction of the duty on sugar he could not favor the bounty He would favor a moderate reduction of the duty instead of the plan proposed by the Butterworth closed by reiterating his earnest belief iu the protective tariff though he feared it unwisely ap plied by some of the features of the present He was roundly applauded by the democrats at the close of his ad Xiedrinfrhaus moved to amend by reducing the duty on refined borax from five to three cents per OFerrall read a list of what he singled out as excessive laying stress on the duty on ready made cloth which he held was in the i if Postmaster General Wana You tickle me and 1 will tickle you you legislate in my favor and I will put up the campaign That was theexplanation of many of these high Various other amendments were but and after considering thir Hn of the one hundred and fiftysix pages of the bill tlie rose and the house GENERAL Ttie Martliu Washington Memorial May The lirst eotiniTof the directors of tho National Martha Washington Memorial tion was held this afternoon in the green room of the White President Harrison who it president exoilicio in the meeting to order made a brief peceh expressing hearty approval of the work and signified his willingness to co operate in every way he could to make it a The president then gave way io Chief Justice Fuller who presided dur ing the remainder of the The widow of the late Chief Justice Wain was elected A Tram tlie May delegation representing the Fanners alliance ap peared Infore the ways and means com mittee this morning to advocate tinpas sage of the Pickler Uill to create Vnited States treasuries in different parts of the country for tho reception of staple crops produced by eliairiuaii of the legislative com mit loo of the alliance and editor of tho StiUniitil saiil they did not ask the enactment of any unconstitu tional lint as the great debtor as the men who had gone out in the west after 1 ho war and laid the soil un der cultivation with borrowed the protested the contraction of currency at a time when their debts be came and asked conditions bo restored to what they wore when tho money was Not ARrtM to House May with the unanimous concurrence Of the other members of the senate pensions today submitted a report recommending that the senate do not agree to the amendments made by tin1 house In the senate dependent pension The between tho two bodies arc radical and the members of tlie committee announce a deter mination not in agree to tinhouse bill under any The bill as it passed the senate was a dependent peu identical to that vetoed by The house amended tho bill by passing a substitute the Mtirrill bill which is both i dependent and a service pension HAVE AGREED ON A Tlnlt Will Lend to Satisfactory Adjust ment nf llie Itrltrint Sea Nrxv May Ottawa cor respondent of the llrmM telegraphs as follows Thollehringsoa I am credibly have reached the tinal stage of more technicality and prac tical While it will be impossible tn Formulaic and publish the in tended international convention for tho regulation of tho fur seal fishery in the North Pacific ocean and waters adja cent during tho present the American and Brstish negotiators have agreed upon tlie mode bywhich necessary and proper regulations shall bo framed that a full and satisfactory adjustment of the controversy is NOW FOB SOME Tlir Jaiiions Strauss Orchestra Krarhrg Now York on thr May steamship of the North com reached horo having on board llirector Strauss and his well known Then1 aro fortysix in tlio A party of friends and ad among whom was the Austrian vice wont down tho bay to moot the party and bid the THE Mr HnUornortli Takes H WUack at KiiiUys Tariff May house re sumed consideration of the tariff bill to Bntterworth spoke at consid erable saying ho had studied the tariff question as thoroughly as any sub ject he had over and he had no doubt of the value of the The great danger was that in steering clear of the Scylla of democratic the Charybdis of too high rates of protection might be The democrats applauded his remarks and asked unanimous consent that he might continue without reference to the expiration of his Butterworth said the issue was clearly made in the last cam paign between the two parties and the country announced its decision tn favor of the theory advocated by rcpub The great ho is that protection may be so distributed thatCertain Industries prove highly suc cessful at the expense of There are cases of this sort where certain in dustries have given a thousand fold while others have Applause ondemocratic He criticised the feature the Wll which places a tariff on imported from CanadaWe lie much more than ure ibuy and by placing a tariff she soils Us we destroy our mm vuttiKA The of men ench Mrt rnfursrru May Emin 1asha expedition was dispatched to the iutorior of Africa in tho imorosts of tlor hud met with imforseon diffi Tlio oxpoditiou has boon great ly delayed by the death of a number of porters and by the desertion of The total loss of porters by death and de sertion amounts to onequarter of the whole number engaged to accompany the Bourd of May he board of bishops of thcMothodist Episcopal church closed its session Assignments to tho fall conferences were made and Bishop John Xowiuau was appointed 10 visit Japan and hold a conference there in Regarding the proposed establishment of a national university in Washington resolutions were adopted commending the Tlipy Voted lor CrscrxJf May Commercial Gazette special says the vote for senator in the Kentucky legislature today was a the mem bers voting for each for Mc Annie as the humor led The object of this frivqlity was to prevent the election until after the action of the Xervc and An 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 S3 Samples free at Wittes dreg Killed by May the es plosion of the boiler of a locomotive on the Beading railway this Engi neer Hogelgonr and Fireman Kanffman were instantly and Conductor T eager was probably fatally nerv ous blues cured by Samples free at Witters drug HERE IS CARHELDS BODY It is Not in the Vault at Lake View Bomored that the Martyred Fretldtntt Stowed In m Bank Safety Itepoiit Tanlt In the Heart of Brazos river te May greatest day in Clevelands history was the day when President GarfiekTs remains were escorted to Lake View cemetery from the catafalque in the public The vault in Lake View where the massive bronze casket was deposited in a bed of became the shrine to whichtbousands of pilgrims came from remote distances to in has been ever since a Mecca for the admirers of President and the cemetery in which his remains were sup posed to lie is one of the points of inter ests which far lands go to During many years the dramatic In terest in the spot was enhanced by the of United States Xight and throughthe heat of wet and biting cold and snow of upon the lake shore armed senti nel paced to and fro before the door of the vault in which the remains of Guit eans victim were supposed to A narrow and deep path was worn in the traces of which arc visible even During all of President Arthurs administration the soldiers remained and their dreary vigilance never once and it was not uuti the inauguration of President Cleveland that they were witli Km now Cleveland is preparing for au other which will almost equal in i m press veness the funeral of ieueral On May the which has been erected at a cost of nearly a quarter of a to memory is to be formally dedicated and the remains of the dead president placed beneath it as their final resting For several months tin work of preparing a demonstration worthy of the occasion has been in prog Arc yon sure President Garfields body is in that casket which we see in the public was asked of tho cemetery I am sure of he The remains were placed in the public vault when tho soldiers went fore thin tlioy were in the Schoiiold wliiih is only a short distance lint they were safer in the public vault whoa the guard and so they were put arid have been tinre ever Xobody could disturb that vault without J knowing The vault has never been and the remains are as a matter of of General Garlields remains are down in Kings Safe Deposit Bank on Euclid in the very heart of the They are stored away among bonds and stock se curities and family plate and jewels and other precious and thousands of passing feet hurry by within two rods of them every The portion of Euclid avenuo where is this safe deposit and trust bank is one of the Dusiest spots in and there is quite a roar of traffic about it every work day of the The secret has bcon most jeal ously confined indeed to Gariield and a very limited number of the dead Presidents staiichest the most interestedin the bank in is one of the He is a member of the Christian as was and had been Gariiolds lifeIons It is barely possible that the bank cashier knows the Xoone else about the building The watchmen who night and day keep vigil over the strong boxes of depositors have little suspicion that they have the re mains of a onetime President of the United States in their One fact alone ought to bo sufficient to tell people something of the true state of Wen Garlields remains actu ally in the vault one of the most impos ing ceremonies of the Decoration Day program would be their transfer to the place provided for them in the monu It is already announced that this will be done quietly and even How it will be done remains to be has all shriveled to said u man who saw the is the The face has dried to a mummylike It could bo dimly but I wish I had not scon THE IMPRISONED An Cnort Will Be Made to Secure the Re lease of Schwab and May a short time an Tort will be made to secure the release from the penitentiary of the convicted Schwab and by application of Judge of the circuit for a writ of habeas corpus on the ground that the prisoners arc de tained without due process of No less authority than Benjamin Butler says that the effort will almost beyond doubt be his opinion being based on the expressions of the United States supreme court in the proceedings heretofore brought before that General Butler is regularly retained as associate council in tho The an archist lawyers say a writ of habeas cor pus will bo asked for on the ground that after the sentence of death was passed upon the condemned men and Kcebc was doomed to spend fifteen years in the the case was appealed to the supreme court where the finding of the lower with a sen tence of doatli for Schwab and was The prisoners were not taken before the supreme court to hear this affirmation of tKefF sentences and their lawyers were not even notified to be The claim was made that this was a breach of their constitutionalrights and that the constitution even went so far as to say a sentence of death rendered in the absence of prisoners was not due process of WENT BUND FROM Frank Wno Bonnd and Gagged br Recovering Sensi May the young man who was bound and gagged in his bedroom a few morn ings and was found io a state of is recover ing and speaks incoherently at times corroborative of the theory that the assault was committed by two masked men with revolvers and dark So far he is totally His eyes look but the sight has left though his physicians are of the oflpion that his vision may return to him but not for a long RAILROAD How the Condition of the lows Central Been May line that is just now making long strides toward a posi tion of importance among western nil roads is the Iowa This prop erty was taken out of the hands of a re ceiver June and during the eleven months since that time it has shown an increase of in gross revenue and of in net For the first time in its his the road is now earning its operating expenses and all feed Since the dose of the recehrership the Iowa Central has lain fates of new steel raO and new steel bridges and six passenger and has rockballasted its main line in By a close traffic alliance witlf the Milwaukee and Paul road it has formed a through freight and passenger line between Paul and Kansas the Iowa Central forming the cutoff be tween Mason City and which makes the entire line forty miles shorter than ahy Xest Sunday solid ves tibule trains will be put in service on this line between Paul and Kansas and a sleeper will also be carried be tween Paul and Louis in connec tion with the The traffic ar rangement recently entered into with the Santa Fe Practically gives the Iowa Cen tra its own line into the same arrangement giving the Santa Fe an en trance into Altogether it looks as if there were more in the Iowa Cen tral road than has heretofore been sus TORIES ALL IN A A Crisis Being Brought on by the Liquor Licensing The Temperance People that a Tote on the Xearare Jfcut be PottponedCapriTlt May intention of to force a vote on the licens ing clause tonight will probably have to be abandoned and the debate may be pro longed for several The only way to avert delay is by a vigorous use of the eloture which would give the tem and the present management has f perance party the chance to say they J Undoubtedly adopted the proper policy to test its earning The Burlington Road the Alton May Burlington road today met the Alton cut from Chi cago to Kansas and also made a sweeping cut between Kansas City and The Ohio and Missouri road has added to the turmoil by cutting the passenger rate between Cincinnati and Kansas From Paul it is learned that all roads are preparing to meet the cuts made yesterday and further cuts are expected in a day or The situation is becoming decidedly Railway Conductors In May Xa tional Convention of the Order of Rail way Conductors was called to order this morning with about two hundred and iifty delegates in The moru ing session was more of a social session than anything Tlie busiucss meet ings commenced this afternoon and were The Rate on Dretscil May The Western Freisht association decided to reduce tho rate on dressed beef from Omaha to Chi cago to ISff the same as from Kansas DRUNKEN A Santa Fe Conductors Fight With Ills Intoxicated Special to The DALLAS May citi zens were startled tonight by a dastardly occurrence that might caused a se rious railroad wreck or loss of A Santa Fe train arrived from Madison about six oclock and it was found that the conductor and two brake men were engaged in a light and had been The two brakemen were drunk and tho conductor at Dallas City called on the city marshal to arrest the The brakemcn ran to the en gine and when the city marshal came up to arrest them one of the drunken brake men struck the marshal on tho head with a lump of making a terrible Tho lirakemon then uncoupled the en gine and compelled the engineer to run the engine two miles out of when they The marshal is in a serious CANNOT FORCE A Decision Declaring Part of the Kansas State Prohibitory Law Unconstitu May of the first judicial district of has declared part of the state prohibitory law The decision was rendered in a caso where the assistant attorney general of state for this county summoned the street com missioner and others to give information under oath as to the violations of the prohibitory They refused to give testimony and the attorney general had them committed to jail for Habcfts corpus proceedings to secure their release wore begun before Judge Crozier who handed down a long decision order ing their discharge from custody and de claring unconstitutional the provision of the law confering power upon the attor ney general to summon persons to testify as to violations of the THE DYYS Herring Arrexted for Election May recently indicted in Peoria for alleged complicity in election frauds in the Third ward whereby Edward Spellman was re cently elected to the city was ar rested bore today by officers from the Central The prisoner asserts he was to meet Edward Spellman here and that the latter was te give him a sum of Spellman is now in Philadelphia it is Herring will be taken to Peoria A Fatal OKLAHOMA May Frank Ely shot and killed Henry Leborn yesterday five miles from here in a dispute over the ownership of a Ely is now in the guard house at the military William Crane KAXSAS May a lawyer of New ou his way to Chicago this morn suicided by shooting while laboring under a temporary fit of insan He was a member of the and leaves a wife and two children in Mormon May Mormon hailing have been tramping through Washington and Holmes distributing their reli gious They had preselyted to a considerable and especially among the young unmarried A party of eight women were secured to go Abram King had two daughters in the King and with their pursued the party and capturing tied them to trees and after flogging them loosened them and began firing on The Mormons ran into the They have not been seen since and have undoubtedly The young women were returned home and every one of them well their parents making each one whip the Quo Warnmo May warranto pro ceedings have been commenced against the Fidelity and Casualty of Xew The company is chartered under the laws of Jfew York with a capital stock of and a reserve fund of It is claimed the com pany is doing seven different branches of business under one charter in this state and in order to comply with the they would require a capital stock of and deposite fnnd of They are also doing an accident insur ance which requires a deposite of five per cent of the gross It is expected the proceedings wiH lead to a long and bitterly fought May mixed con struction train on the new Kansas City and Colorado railway left the track near Clayton yesterday and Richard and Richard were killed and Ar nold Garfield fatally Thirty men had a narrow escape but jumped and saved The engine and cars were reduced to scrap The pleasant effect safety with which perfect were The action of the ministry nmst be drt2rmined by the course of the debate this Of the leading op ponents of the only Caine and Sir George Trevelyan spoke last and if half those desirious of speaking in opposition can catch the speakers eye before a vote is taken the debate cannot be brought to a close be fore the cud of the Fortunately for the the man who has under taken to pilot the measure through tho house is president of the local govern who is a man of great common sense and tact and very popular with members on both The leading supporters of the Salisbury government are fully alive to the gravity of the crisis and are making strenuous efforts to coax and cajole their hesitat ing followers into a mere earnest They will try to shorten debate by re fraining from talk Only the leading lories will The feeling in the lobbies of the house of commons over the situation in Africa is very The general im pression is that it contains tho germs of a difficulty with Germany that may event ually lead to serious News from Uganda is awaited with the keenest inter as all the British plans were founded on a belief in the stability of Mwangas whom the Ensrlish call is credited with strong proGerman tendencies and hints are freely thrown out that horde of Arab fanatics he has gathered around him are well supplied with Herman arms and ammuni Stanleys treaty with Mwanga will lie torn to shreds by Kalenia and the now ruler will he froe to make a treaty with Germany that arrangements with tho smaller Stanley is in a boil ing rage at what he calls the apathy and indecision of tho but thi result to humanity will he about the same whether Germany or England should got the larger slice of the dark Chancellor von Caprivis speech on tin African colonization question has alarmed the English by its iniet but res olute London capitalists who have invested their money in African enter the full scope of which has not yet been made regard Caprivis state ment as a warning to all whom it may concern that the whole power and influ ence of the will be if to extend Gorinau territory and influence in They that Emins intimate of tho country and the people will enable Ger many to detach from England many chinfs ruling over some of the most cov eted and whom Stanley had won Henry president of the newly created board of whose vicious statement about tho prevalence of pleuropneumonia among Virginia cat tle yesterday made something of a scnsa a rabid protectionists who would levy an import duty on all foreign grain if he could and would practrically pro hibit tho introduction of American cattle by socalled sanitary tie is the leader of the fair and every statement he makes is colored by his prejudices and class He is a Lincolnshire largely interested in cattle The American colony here is lunch in terested just now in the movements of Richard disappearance from Wiesbaden lias started the rumor that he has made up mind to return to New York and face bis The prevailing opinion in London is that there is something iu the specula tions of tho Paris press regarding the sending of an American squadron to It is hinted that Secretary Blainu made certain pledges to the Brazilian delegates to the PanAmerican of which this naval demonstra tion is the first wovely amusements as we have Heaw we see the gweatest actors who buskiud and heaw the gweat pwogidy gymnastic paw WhatV that interrupted the Did you say Thats what I replied Bombast Irogidy Then Til bet a wager there Is no such word in the Enslish langu onwy a pawtry sir cried gettiLg Year a interferin dum Jfo such word as Monstwous ignowancel Fetch a diction Gwasses round for the eh year shall pay for Here Bombast looked woudrously merry as he sprang from the and again poked us with his Is that dictionawy forthcoming he shouted continually to the who repeatedly assured him a man had sent in search of Do your prefer Webster or Johnson asked the with a I am in different Any one answered Any compiwcr will know of the word though yeaw may Presently the messenger returned with the cried we will hold yeaw up to the just dewision of this cworteous Find the said his oppo beg year replied Bom raising his hat with mock polite After The stranger thereupon took the book in his and with a quiet turned over the leaves until ho camu to the proper I said is the word you That is what I cried Bom the blood rising angri ly to his Ha laughed tho isprod not That is what I ycaw pet tifogin yeaw arrant Here Bombast al most choking with I said pwod I moan have got me Thats what yeawve hoon twyin to confwuse yeaw wascal Yeaw shall suffer for Ycaw never hoard of tho word ami ycaw fwound it in the eume Here lie began to rollup his but the j not wishing tn witness any i serious surrounded flic halfj intoxicated who was carried j of the room declaring that that ig nowant jackass deserved i horsewhip i j Presently n bny drossoil in livery I rushed in exclaiming has any body seen the dukes valet His craco i has boon shouting for Cornelius this i IN FAVOR OF THE Judgment Rendered in Des Moines in a Celebrated Title to Valuable Property Old Harrow From DKS May The case of Theodore Henry against the Travel ers Insurance of which has been pending in the United States court for five was decided here yesterday morning by United States Circuit Judge who delivered an elaborate The suit was commenced by Henry in Color and was by decree Judge Brewer re ferred to a master to state the account between The master re ported in Henrys favor on March 10 The insurance company ex cepted to the report and arguments thereon have been heard by Judge Cald weil in this city during the present This morning lie gaw a final judgment and decree in favor of the insurance com pany for nearly The decree es tablishes the title oflhe company to V large amount of securities held by It iii collateral to Henrys It also sot ties favorably to tho Travelers the title to several large irrigating canals in Col and more than seventy thousand acres of farming which are sup plied with water from the viJJeS FairfieW Locbearel Kansas i from Xt on businesatI Central THE SUPREME It vriirft In Regular Sesalou ill Jtloines Special to The DES May The supreme court convened this morning at tin oclock with a full number of justices There wore t fair number of attorneys and applicants for ad mission in Amumniimfnts were committees for examination of applicants motions for con tinuances and thv usual formal proceed ing Tho committee ap pointed for tho examination of appli cants from Chester and Tlie following divisions were ren dered State from Davis reversed Itroliar Mur from Keokuk verseil Iowa linrheil Steel Wire from Mar shall iitnrnwd from Webster re versed PiMiiiyhuckor Capital anee from Iolk SIOCX CITYS SAL005 FOURTEEN PEESONS A Jfevr Explosive Proves Efficiency In an Italian Gun May quantity of balas a new exploded today at a factory for the manufacture of arms and amunitionsat near Fourteen persons were killed and many others some of them Major Wiseman May Wissinan bombardei May and captured the Quite You Know Written for the Tha In the refreshment room of the Queen facing the at the fashionable wateringplace on the Yorkshire coast of called Cornelius Bombast introduced himself to us by treading on our toes while calling for a and then making his profuse apol ogies the pretest for handing us his Ah said this rather dig nified about forty years of facing us with his single Aw f nwy by Jove Beastly shame Awfawy cwumsy I to be Pway accept my After an unavoidable wince on our and an assurance that we were not seriously the gentleman asked ycaw famiwy here to be thus taken for pater we apologized in our turn for not being possessed even of that Inxury called a and hence could not possi not possibly have I he interrupted with a knowing to tell the I have left mine at ha an awfu dont yeaw I sent my wife and famiwy ont larst and owing to pwessnreof business I was un able to accompany Understand And again he After a few minutes had we were astonished at receiving a poke in the ribs from this who quickly doffed his and mounting a small table in the middle of the began to address the score or more people like had assembled in that room to enjoy a little smoke a and watch the manylaughing ripple of the said 7 am no owater f worn whose wips d wop the wiqnid pearwls of undying I am here to weewint my shattered nerves and somewhat wasted fwame laughter after weawy months of which is the unlucky hewitage of all who dabble in the Stock As my f Word Wamington my wife is hardly worth the that was a I am bnt a honowable neither false nor Here a stepped and Begged to Some fireHt Lruxploreil A groat of Asia and nearly three fourths vf Africa is a scaled book to as Tho explorations of and those who preceded are mera spider tracks in the and our best of Africa are half In Asia there is Thibet and anil in Africa the great desert of Sahaxa to be Wo know almost nothing of Papua or and thousands of islands in the Pacific ocean are still Great tracts of Australia have never been trodiion by tlie foot of white and nearly all of South America inside of the coast lines ia known only by hear say ami Coming up to our northern half of the we en counter nioru unknown Central America offer fertile fields for ami lower Oililorniu has never been thoroughly In tho far north i Bailin the great Hudson bay all of British America north of latitude CO and our great territory oi An Attrmpt ti IV E it Jo In All the Siorx May saloon question took a new turn when rho Law and Order iu of which organization tho Gnorgo Haddock caused warrants to issued against thirty saloon keepers and tho owners of buildings in which tho sa loons aro asking for injunctions both proprietors and Tho action nf tho caused much Tho saloon men hold that they can not prevented from soiling in original and they say thoy will quitby thedrink trade and deal in original pack ages Theleague is in and there aro liable to bo lively times during tho next fow There aro now about one hundred saloons in Headqii Grand Army Order headquarters ts the when at phetically on the j service of pression of the made by the 1 oft quotedU Whatcwi organization thu memory madv their our country audit eyes grow other hearts ours shall Let usy f remains and mounds above lowersof spring them the dear old dishonor let renew our pledgesttfiil whom they have left I Iii order nbove wll lished and with observed by this Ky the wise andpatr of tho governor of this day is also set apartji j itnd all the to purtlcipate i sorvanit it that each post of the j tn the bt to meet the portunitits of the occa Tho holding of i priato precodinfir Memorial c coinmeiidoil and services be under tho i the promoting or union therein 1 ally in villages and s obviously of on bohulf of each posV t vitts of should not be ncglecli upon the post nil coses promptly blank form for which ti with and forward din ment A NARROW Women u A Paris correspondent says The most discouraging obstacle tho American wo man has to contend with in Paris is the great number cf English and French writers employ ed by American while it is impossible for an American writer to be recognized by foreijjn jour One of the most rabij antiAmeri in his personal receives thousands of dollars a year from Ameri can magazines and No woman can live by her pen who has not a regu lar To attempt it is one of the most hazardous and vexatious undertak Haphazard correspondence ii cast iig bread on the water that in nine cases out of ten brings Hooper a stated which enables her to live in cozy apartments and enjoy Parisian life with Her daughter has studied for the and last June created the role in a play Hooper has called An Old Mull ItetUMlth the Hiiln at and Is Kutlly Special to The DKS May af ternoon a farmer well ad vanced in years was engaged in planting corn when ho fell under the of the young colts he was They be came frightened and kicked and stampud around and it was groat miracle that who could not extricate him self until assistance was not lie severely and danger ously wounded by cuts around the received from the horses AFTER ORIGINAL PACKAGE ilie lower If the practical basinet man believes i that the business of flowers is an incon and that they are chielly bj people who are getting mar ried or geUog put of the world altogeth let him step Jnto f rose market in Twentythird street some afternoon be tween and 4 When he reaches there first he will find every thing about as quiet 03 it well could By 4 when tUe carts drive up filled witb boxes oi flowers shipped from out of town rose farms and flower just arrived at piers and railroad depots by everything immediately takes on a very confused and animates A dozen clerks and the proprietor appear simultaneously from nobody knows and the containing layer npoa layer of baskets with all va of picked early that morn ing In the roses are carefully placed with the first layer of stems running one trie order on the next and so onto the top of the Bv this time the room infilled with men anxious to procure the first pick and choicest and they bargain as with as total aa oblivion to all their fragrancemd if the goods were the dost cloth or Yof k Type Banholdi of New met a gentleman lass evening who waa a per fect type of your Proudofit I have a belief particulars he bad coal black gaseous steel blue one was oflytonsue and evi dently an iron Bdletinl Burlington Free samples of Miles Restorative Serrine at drag Sieepless Fro pone to Ex periment TVlth the Late MARSHALLTOWS May The city council decided last night to a tax or license of S50 a month on original package joints doing business in this Whether the authorities can collect thin under the peculiar construction and con dition of the recent ruling of the United States Supremo Court is a but thoy propose to try Ahont half a dozen places are Father and Son May There u good deal of talk here as to the disap pearance of James former dairyman of this together with his Jasper Several months ago he sold his farm adjoining town and was supposed to have sold it for It now transpires that the purchaser got some time on but the notes arc now long past dne and in the hands of a friend of Robinson for safe Xo one seems to have been aware of their departure and num erous inquiries have reached here from his none of whom have had any Information of his whereabouts since he It is feared that the money he was supposed to have for his farm had somthing to do with sudden Alleged forger May Matt Pagan was enjoying himself in a crowd of people at Glabs beergardens Sunday afternoon when Sheriff Phillips tapped him on the shoulder and invited him to take a Fagan is now In jail awaiting the arrival of officers from Sheriff Phillips had been looking for him for a Fagan procured money on a forged note and on mortgaged it is and then came to Dubuque and obtained employ LJVMB Very May The condition of exCongressman Lyman is such that his death te expected at any Progressive paralysis fa the He was stricken several yean bat was not entirely prostrated until less than a week He has been for many years one of the most members of the He was prominent in state politics and was sao ceeded in congress the present incumbent Death of WEDtaB A Illinois special says William banker of that place and welt kwtwn the west died1 this aged fiftyeight CUrtaoa Caff to Special to TBe Des May Assis tant Postmaster General ClartsoB left this morningfor where he will remain Departn Assistant Adjutant HAW11CTI Vfmt Suaday Lamcy and John with a charged and Carney dying WILL A Mftthodists wilt mer at cost of A GOPIIKK MASSAC hundred gophers lost I the recent hunt by Hartli FAC factory is being fitted up and expectt to pack ands rels of pickles this snmn DECOKAKH fjCTiu Work on the Lutherans is being pushed rapidly a the building will be the fall DISTRICT CAJIP cittine district camp i upon the grounds of thej commencing Ang tiiming ten features are contemplate A CUUXK OP TOE of the meteor that foil Kossuth and Wluneb a week ago was picked up and Is tho finest weighs an even hundrediji the appearance of CtosE Bancrofthad a the the machinery In sleeve in commenced to wind 1 to a studding brace unit way and was thus liberating of a hard squeeze hei A PATHETIC amusing and yetli ccived other official from i about to be and InthoSheldonaftrftr be pntof my obrfen eounty on 1 Please arrange to your old IV over at a railroadc I haveto attend1 tori It just an c ping but It was in the last told by her curable and coald 1 sheweighed less On i of of Kings 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