Burlington Hawk Eye, May 14, 1890 : Front Page

Publication: Burlington Hawk Eye May 14, 1890

Burlington Hawk Eye (Newspaper) - May 14, 1890, Burlington, Iowa He Makes an Eloquent Appeal in Behalf of the Silver Bill. Butterwort!, Takes a Whack at McKin-ley’s Tariff Blll-The Martha Washington Memorial Association —Washington News. Washington Mav n u ♦    taction    or    me    amy    on    sugar 1 is 5HHS acturers do sell more cheaply to people ox other countries than to people of the united States. [Great applause on the emocratic side.] He doubted the propriety of a high rate of duty on tinplate. ur most profitable industry has been I copper mines, which have made millions I rn millions of dollars. Yet this bill pro- * I Jr8?!? i put a duty on coPP®r* In spite I of the duty already placed on it by the I frr£Sen tariff tbe People of foreign coun-' i C0PPer cheaper than our own uuP 8‘ Sat aPP^n^e on thedemocratic I jide.] While he believes the country f favors a reduction of the duty on su^ar he could not favor the bounty system. ----•———-    s WRE IS C4Rm»’SMT?]sa5s^ It is Not in the Vault at Lake View Cemetery, Cleveland. ssSSraSSS I#I1IES AllJ4 TOME. do irhu    ou    si    ness    men    of Phila delphia remonstrating against an increase duty on dress goods made wholly or partly from wool.    » ugh* or th, VJavora moue rate reduction of the biil'V instead tbe plan Proposed by the bill. Butterwort!! closed by reiterating his With a WH,'a ±£“d!!!‘ 1'l:nsi0.'1 WH 1 Parent biff. was romtdlvaonU,.^ to.i.* Writttri rp"on moved that th' houao substitute he non-concurred In t andT: 'TtaskwK Tbls was m and d conferee appointed. *tion0nf;kat0«f,ien    the    consider ation of the silver bill and Jones, of Xe- dav*1’ ri,nUfid t,i0 8peecb begun yesterday. Jif. opposed the idea of redeeming that8 wi IJOl/‘S ln bulJion on the ground that when they were so redeemed the monetary circulation would be contracted and putting bullion on the market would not make up to the country for the !<•■•• i ol money from circulation. Gold. by rea- i tog an 1]Lfsim-er Valu-‘’ no6withstand- | ■ a,11 legislation rn its favor could ! urn of ?hrOInH id*® ?omraon tnoney rnedi- I eeiv«f ii- Wf>r,d. Was there any eon-I tyivablo necessity for the demonetization 1 of either metal? Why. he asked, tU>tn<2 greatej and ,nHal whk'h Prorn!«ed the greater and more steady yield4' rt wa f ;iry th<lt both silver and gold could be in full and unlimited use as money ani ti'nri!'/ "i',""" '1 rith ,l'“ )K,WfT °f Will Vi . lf' 111 conclusion he said- ■ r dict (hat tho restoration of sffwr to its birthright will mark an ,.poch i„ h,o Ins? tory of Mils republic, it will ni<m circulation an amount of money comm""' "iff vivre m,r    Population. Tt ^.that tho volume of our "irenl.it- and Blat tho'b “i*    <'r,n,ln"<! slirii.klnjtf. nm nut. ti,,, tendency of onces win , Crease 'vages of labor and th*- rev*;,., , r duels of labor; ll will mince the price"’! burden of in" .    i,“"bui(al,ly    lim lam Iv I "":rl":1'-' s: ii will increase largely, though not unjustly the debt paymj,: aneI tav paying pow,.,. 1    11 wi,l loosen i hi* <    pi hoi by the remonetization of silver y wlIJ cease to Im* an object of con i mcms and will again become its bc^fi- ■ - I If',',1    I1"1"',"' lifting np silver to its right fill place by tin* side of gold will set l!l motion all tin1 latent energies of tho ness bvlt»Wil.1- 'la'"Sl1 '"'"'""'ary hlle- wori it . 'n '" Try    man    lo woyKilit will revive business and re-mi Stal , V"'ls-"''1 bope of the masses; win h ■’ ’‘Kl'r f, ilri|,et a fall in prices Will turnlimo i.ro.luetivo avenues. And this It v. HI accomplish not f,„- die ruffed Stat. - al,,,,,, hut for civilization; for ii is too mnehl,, say .hat     ihcd«"l“ ion cl this question depends a eonse-;ilienee more momentous than upon Unit wit Mn th .    ,1""st,0.n "r Public poliev within (Im memory of tliis genoration Ina broader sense than any other ques-’ n inl'm'r'i1,1'1' K°""ral “Mi'iition of mankind it is a question of civilization -bes; Ila. hopes and aspirations of , M i • il(* °I congress which shall happily solve it, will constitute invthm "ma ne i pa I iou as verltalile as 1 any that ever freed the serf from thral-dom. blit til,ire universal In i,s applies-iii ii. ll will inaugurate a trim renais-' 11' . ‘.l Jr,1:,'ssancr of prosperitvr, without winch industry, learning, science Sodom/"’ anU an :i!V but «PPle9 of tliere'wir'fm aqi,,‘M,U,)* J°U“S said " J. . f,(e e<image of silver In* be Moved in three days the silver not used for coinage would Ive worth spm •,,, ounce and that there it would remain. the sen ",iea,1ot Arkansas, next addressed “ s< na,c* Ile said tin* hill as it stood should never become a law but should be amended by making i, pl„wde a, I |    1 unlimited coinage of silver whenever the price reaeiied a point i which the government ceased to he a I sitv unh** ttThiS Wasan :l,-»uie ne,;.;‘ I I > unh ss the purpose was to destroy for I Ii eh i'n0'" it    Tll0S('"I"'"-ould VUU, i I ii lull as it stood certainly iniended be de nonen/aiH.n of silver, and might aswell avow ii. While striking a fa,a1 blow at ihe interest of a great tai peel,Ie they intended only to tie,mid the Si liers Of silver bullion by Inereasing its liner The deliberate purpose to dis- tiedit silver treasury notes bv refusing lo make them legal lender further s„K* geste,I th,, real purpose had in view by the lepubliean party. Mr. , I ones added, if tho newspaper iv-Jports and the common understanding around the capitol were entitled to any consideration, every republican senator except the senator from Colorado (Tidier) had agreed either in conference or cecils to vote for it. Senators Ingalls. Allison aud others stated that that is not trite. Mr. Allison said the bin, far from boing the result ut the caucus, is ti,,, result of he deliberations of the finance committee. Ao suggestion of the caucus was made on either side of the chamber until some! in, e after the bill was reported air. Harris (a member of the ti na nee eon,said the bill was report ,/ lei I V "’V'of fommiitee He ad no knowledge or suspicion of the caucus having had anything to do with iv- '“'minority favored aud still favor tin absolute free coinage of silver Jim which hea“°" 'Viih ,h!U min°rity -of "hi. h lie was one) narrowed itself down to the point of accepting the pending measure rn lieu of the existing law. undo? which only two million silver dollars Wl7'\ ,CT monthly. Ile himself de-< Ided to do so. „ J1.',/1'.!!' th,'“    ovor ,il! to-morrow and aftot an executive session the senate adjourned. ---t-tl HIP [,v tho a,'"" He was roundly applauded dress 'm°Crat> at the cIo-s<‘ of his ad-Mr. Xiedringhaus moved to amend bv fiveTo'Jf thedllty on refined borax from hve to three cents per pound. Mr. O’Fe rrall read a list of what he ngied our- as excessive duties, laving r !! fd!ity T ready made clothing, winch he hold was interest of Postmaster General maker. You tickle me and I will tickTo out ny04i -i>lut,‘ in my fa\or and I will put up the campaign funds. That was duties.P 11 °f many of tlieso hiSh \ arious other amendments were offered projected, and after considering^thirl °f t!if‘ one hundred and lifty-siv pages of the bill the committee rose and tin* house adjourned. Humored that the Martyred Freemen*’. Remain, are Stowed in a Bank Safety Deposit Vault in the Heart of Cleveland. s “aas:    I and a sleeper will lii? .-Kansas City, win also be carried be- A Crisis Being Brought on by the Liquor Licensing Bill IS FAVOR OF IHE HUIPJVT Cleveland, May 13.—The greatest the day general washingtonews.n Tl»«* Martha Washington Memorial Association. Washington, May 13. - The first ffit!vdiFCt0,SOf th0 Xati‘>‘*al Martha Washington Memorial association was held this afternoon in the gre.*n room of the White House. Prudent Harrison wiio it president ex-officio in Ailing the meeting to order made a brief work -!nd pr0SS.'ng, bf:arfy approval of the work and signified his willingness to eo- "PZa,t"' %ry wayh^^pi to make it a s i ct ss I he president then gave way I .    ,!K 'Bistice I ulJer who presided dur- i nig til.* remainder of the mef*tin,r The widovvoj the late Chief Justice'Waite was elected vice-president. A Delegation fram flu* Farmers' Alliance. Uasiiivgton, May IS.—a delegation lear T!" r'1' l!'i' Farra<-rs' alliance ap-fiii'fi before tho ways and means com-feet his morning to advocate the pas-cag" of he Pick'ur bill create rn!,",, Mates treasuries m diflferent parts of he country for the reception of staple <• ops produced by farmers. C W Maeune, chairman of the legislative com-I"' ice of tho alliance aud clit!,, of ,Z :Wmu«/ Leonrnuisf, said th(1> dj(, no( tim i* °liac m<nf °f any unconstitu-t oua1 moasm-e, hut as ti..* great debtor wesT'-.'fi' 1 ti ,T,0n    °    hadj?ono    out    iii    the "(st af ei tim war and laid th.* soil un- ; nr!! t'?trn With b°rrowt*d monev, l|x Pi (Jested against the contraction of currency at a time when their debts be- rvZ^TVlml Kask0d Blat conditions be l0, what Biey were when the money was borrowed. Will NO, Agree Hou.c Amendments. WAsm^oToN-, May 13—Scnator Davis, tin unanimous concurrence of tho Other members of tho senate pensions eornmittee. to-day submitted a report leeommendmg ti,at the senate do not  t0 1 amendments made bv tile rVh.^ti’!- st-nate dependent pension Itll. Ill, diir,.fences between the two bodies are radical and the members of <b, senate committee announce a determination not to agree to the house I,ill limier any conditions. The bill as jt passed the senate was a dependent p,.„. mon measure identical to that vetoed by I h i eland. I he house amended the bill bl passing a substitute (the .Morrill bill) "Inch is both a dependent and a servlet' pt'nsion bill. HAVE AGREED ON A PLAN. Til111 Will Load to a Satisfactory Adjustment ortho lieltring Sea Controversy. > KW Yoiik, May 13.—The Ottawa cor-• res,,undent of the IlcmUl telegraphs as j follows: ‘J he Behring sea negotiations I I ani credibly informed, have reached the I Bun stage of mere technicality and uric !    While    it win be ' iiu|N>ssible I 0 form u la to and publish th.* in-j * ndcd international convention far the regulation of the fur seal fishery in I the Xorth Paciltc ocean and waters adj t-! ‘Tnt during the present season, the j Am.*!man and Brstish negotiators have agreed upon the mode by which necessary and proper regulations shall bo framed cf the * a ;UK' s5itisf;tctory adjustnient ot tho controversy is assumed/- 'n Ak- PubUe square. The * m Lake V tew cemetery, where the mass,vc bronze casket was deposited ,!/ bed of flowers, became the shrine to 0t 1JilCTim" tame from fart ha t" l° -Visit- Cleveland, it, fact, has been ever since a Mecca for the admirers of President Garfield, and the cemetery in which his remains wereI posed to he is one of the points of inter- I ests which visitors from far lands go to I  tcrest to"tim* s'""/ yParsOramatie in- I in the Dr^ ‘n Abe apot was enhanced by the Wana-    ' 'n/,11 e ,°,f L111 e<1 Slates Soldiers. Might 1,1 *■*-'-'    “he wet * inTTu • h°at of anmmerand I ne wet and biting cold and snow of winter, upon the lake shore armed sent - nel paced to and fro before the door of the \ ault rn which the remains of Guit , ““re apposed to rest A narrow and deep path was worn in the turf. traces of which are vLtole even ' •.ow. During all of Presidln Arthur' ' administration the soldiers remained and t heir dreary vigilance never once related I PresidentVlev /"'V ,the i/111«''^ion !i krawn ClevcIamI tbat ‘hey were with- lint now Cleveland is preparing for anither event, which will almost eaual in impressiveness the funeral of General Garfield. On May 30-Deeoration Dav-the monument, which has been ereeLd to GarficW-'/’n y “ ,|Uart" of “ million, to uarheki s memory is to be formal!v edicated and the remains of the dead Ai,rau;,,tr^ “Are you sure President Garfield^ body is in that casket which we /in t public vault?” was asked of the cern,"tor ■ superintendent yesterday.    * „;;<Jrtafnl.y. 1 um.sure of it/* ]ie replied The remains were placed in > ii* vault wlten the soldier *w/nt away Be-fore that they were in the Schofield vault whteh is only a short distance off i i hey were safer i„ the public vault when i<‘ guard went, and so they were there and have been there ever since Nobody could disturb that vault without J knowing it, The vault has never been diam bed. and the remains are there r’ r, ™\- aS a matter of of fact. General £ffn n r<‘Inanis arc down in King's * me Deposit Bank on Euclid avenue in the very heart of the city. They ™ stored away among bonds and stock se (•unties and family plate and jewelsVnd passirn/feet°|US thlS*8’ a"d tho“sands of them ogver^ «1Urry rS? Within two rods of lorn t v cry day. T he portion of Euclid *ye™ “'‘“he is this safe deposit ami ’lev.L i ,S 1°noof 1,10 easiest spots in lcveland, and there is quite a roir of week0 T|0Ut U every work day of the "tek. Ihe secret has been most ieal- rarfii i|uarded’ confined indeed to Mrs. ti n I , d * a Very bmited number of the dead 1 resident’s stanchest friends. Mr. King, the most interested’in the bank in quesiion, is one of the last* He w9a,mr?renOfth0 Christian Church, as life lout ’fH Hn Ihad b°(‘n Barfield's int iL K l U 18 bare,y possible that the bank cashier knows the fact acone else about the building doe, Tho watchmen who night and day keep vigil lit lo STr0npr b?xesof depositors have mniiv* «f P    ,hat th0y have Bio re- mau s of a one-time President of the United States in their keeping One fact alone ought to bo sufficient to P II people something of tho true state It? °ire Garfie,d?s remains actually in the vault one of the most imposing ceremonies of the Decoration Day program would be their transfer to the t ent '"i'm °,d toI tbein thc Pionu-will ti,.    ea<'y announced that this "iii be done quietly and even secretly How it wjH be done remains to be seen Ho has all shriveled to nothing.” said a man who saw the remains. “There i* only the frame. The face has dried to a in u rn in y-1 ike parchment. It could bi dimly recognized, perhaps, but I wish I had not seen it.” tween St. Paul and sJ r    • • tion with the wlhf u    ln conn^~ ta ti ee til, ■ ti t recent hZ,! J1”' 'raffi'- “I-- Santa Fe Practically mf ti11U? Wltb tbe tral its own line iLgrm the Io'va C*u-into rhieago, the same Santa Fe an cn- bilitie* that a Vote on the Meas^ff ’ Must be Postponed—Caprivi.s Speech Foreign Gossip. such wo vol y amusement , heaw. He** we the /./, havc who twead'the bu.kin’u T ' -*i''. actor-tile gweat aphernalia "    .    ninastic    paw- ‘-Kd'?oar»“^idyrr™ptPd thc wa?-1 Jud?m«n‘Rendered in Des Moines j Bo'nfba/t'tcureto,,!,^'’1 sir’ d Mr. j in a Celebrated Case. London, Mav 13 th..    » it’    «SKS l!!/band/u/ ' ^ t/"'deCab,y ,0 longed for several1 to avert delay is by a . igoro .r,™ of , / SU0h wor<i inll,he'tEIlg|t^yb^ Ti"f *° p,aahl'    Fro|H*rty    s«. j    tied suprem,    Coart Ueeislon,- Vo ignoramus, j    ‘""/‘“i/    E“c,*“'' ----‘    m    Beath—Iowa New*. I t age. I • Vy°aw 01l“-r a paw,rv I - A-Ca!’ gettii.g hot Road Cat.    '    " road to-dav' nleIta>tho3‘\7t,I ^ Biirlington '•ago to kan/as Cire T/dl!l,f„r0,nu'lli- sweeninir nut >    And    also    made    a St. Louis. The khlTa Ja(ras City alld -has added to the tnrmill k Ssouri road passenger rate w    t    uuing    the Kan sa jT Cd t v From St°T»    and that all rcvAii ■ «». Baul it is learned expected in a dav or /    V’US    arc is becoming decidedly l^tereMin^. must be d t7r.ui,V/l“/7th/cloUuCr/'of/|ry I shoutcd eonGnTOn/to’Th/w’Xre’w?/, ......... Railway Conductors in Session. Rociiesteji. x. Yow Mav ii    v WStSMrS aw*! "&Z7T-.......... saw I assi Theitdore'c^l* M#y /—Tl“* *“-• of ers t.?/    ■    H™ry    the    Travel- - Iusuranee Company, of ilartfor.l Oonnectieiit, which has been pend7na to Ake I mted States court for the n,il"!tes/'d h,‘r'.’ yes“,«l*J- morning bv united Mates Circuit Judge Caldwell* !uit°,vasiV,‘r''d a" o!abor“'" "Pinion. The •Mo and wa*? h®*!? b> Honry in Color-ferni »    X dtHTW Jud^ Brewer re- SJru5,*m?1? ,,,"nrys Lit or on March cei,to,I r I,*    company    ex- 1 hereon i!,v !' r, l»rt and arguments wellh,, I ,b,iunl b> Jmlg'-Cald-.... . t,u> < Hi during the present Tl. s .morning ho yare a final / , /, *•.<1 decree i„ favor of thtMnsurine!!^ Mrs. Estes has m Cal Estes, where slit ....Mr..and Mrs. Mrs. Baker visited on Ville Sunday....Mrs. Miss Lizzie Kramer Fairfield last areek Locke are home Iron Kansas and report hi Miss Lottie Ead from Mt. Pleasant, panied by Miss Mini* sauqua John Snyc on business Monday. MEHOK! mg session was mon* af \    1    rn“    »    1 \.nZ Ir01 than anythin,. Sr,/ a s,K ,al «*si*ioii : loading torte than anything else. The business m/1 secret111" ”0 thiS aft0r“oo“ and wert ’Tile leading sn pponm oP, hT^,. ldos' government are fully alive to ,1/ ry They° wnT trt ^o0^111^0 The Rate on Dressed Beef. Chicago. May ].i   'rim, w Freight association decided ,0 red,,* S cago to IsTeenT/ ST °”,al,a “> Cbi' Ivansas City ’    °    Rani"    as    fron* « "’ill speak. DRUNKEN BRAKEMEN. A Santa Fe Conductor's Fight With His Intoxicated Crew. j. /sP«stal to The Hawk-Eve. J Dallas City, IJJ.. May 13-Our .-iii zeus were startled to-night by a da "m rd Iv occurrence that might have causer , o .mm1'° 0011'bl,'““ 'i“d two brek/ been fighting "^The t"' 'I Hf1111,1 bad dr;:llb aud the conductor ^ DaTa" are hreff th/Vity mars'iai to arrest the uaki men. T he brakemen ran tn th the engine two miles out of town Ii they disappeared. The mar,), ?' °n serious condition. mdr&hdI 18 111 a CANNOT FORCE TESTIMONY. A Decision Derlariiif Part of it State Prohibitor, Law ii tional.    Cnconstltu- Leavenworth, Kas., May 13 — r„der0 Crozier, of the first judicial distr e S Kansas, has declared Ozirt of u prohibitory law unconstitutional The decision was rendered in a ease where for thk'rr^Hf attorney general of state r t his county summoned the street com under oath as TTt0 , r ga I-ii as to the violations of prohibitory Jaw. They refund to gtoe testimony and the attorney general had /ton! fJ°mm|tted to jail for contenu* ' corpus proceedings to secure their wi "Jr,! b°«1111 b,'f°i-« *1 udge Cro/fer w ho handed down a long decision ord'er- ,    d'seharge    from    custody    and    de- ! « .!?Sl'tllli0llal *be Provision of „ “Pilfering power upon the attorns to/LT/ 10 su.mmon persons to testify as to \ lolations of the law. nent. 'SS?/?' in totaST.ST'Sr. ,took the hix,k fie proper word. -I suppose.” / “ he | thm Is the word you41/°; *’ I hat is what ~I s ii»i *• i >>    .. bast. indignantly; th,, blood rish/'a/gri-' igv. not prog id y ”    prod' tifogin** frnth1'rea^”'arran! " ll,b ’ P"1’ Here Mr* BomhaJt    ! most choking with rag**, --i said r.w ' jory  |in T    1    PHOU* have got m,ZtJnTy-nZ- r-r: f/mn/"”"; Kn'%r    y"a';': yeaw—Fight.   /u lie began to roil up his ,1,., ,,.. bystanders, riot wishing in witness ant serious disturbance, surrounded the I ,?f intox'cate,1 orator    was//r!!?d om th* room declaring that -that fir ptog*."1 ja°UsR  .....    'i°rse?wliip- Presently a boy dressed in rushed in exclaiming: • I'lease has anybody seen the dukes val,.,? in? homing for (ornelius this * E< n. Lo*;>n \ jr.. tab! i silos th** I itll* rvf    . W.: I s f!? •    's<l,    bI- 11 »'*> fet tles favorably to the Travelers'the title S ‘•"''•rf’irrluating canals ], C , or., lo. ,,,d more limn seventy thousand tot, ? farnung lands, which are sui" Plied with water from the canals. General Order Fro a menl Com i ' EXKUAL ORDER Nt Headquarters De] Grand Army of th j Rapids, Iowa, May ti j Order No. 13, currei , headquarters of the , Republic, is promulju j ft'peats the wonderfu I "hen at Geityshurs ph«*iieally foreshadoi which, on each si Hay, the Grand Armj ^ rvie** of remembi pression of the same made by th«* lament i»3ny for m*arlv $90 000 T ,“r.anc,‘t om* ;    Dy uuishos tim titi,.' or th..?.,'iurd"of: TM DVY’S CRIMES. for Election The NOW FOR SOME MUSIC. THE IMPRISONED ANARCHISTS. Famous Strauss Orchestra Reaches New York ou the Werra. Wm-;'V Vr0,;K-^lay, 13—Tho steamship ,)f Bk- > ort ii German Lloyd com-J>*>n>’ reached here to-day. having on j 1-hpeetor Strauss and his well-known orchestra. There are forty-six in the party. A party of friends and ad in 1 rors, among whom was the Austrian ' ice consul, went down the bay to meet the party and bid the welcome.' Met Fnforseen Difficulties. Zanzibar. May 13.—Tho Emin Pasha in,1!'.    °f 7}iich\ was dispatched to the int* 1 un of Africa in tho interests of Ger-many    had met with unforseen diffi- v I    ? I 0XD0ciition has been great ly defined by the death of a number of porters and by the desertion of others t0,ai lo:is °? porters by death and de->soi tion amounts to one-quarter of the expedtUon! 0 ensa8ed AO accompany the THE HOUSE. at Me nan cr wort h Takes a Whack Hi nicy's Tariff Bill, Washington, May 13.—The house re* dav* AOns,(i,'ration of the tariff bill to-or ahi»^ Bl,t tor worth spoke at consfd-(ratffi length, saying he had studied the tariff quesuon as thoroughly as any sub-jut lie had ever examined, aud he had no doubt of the value of the system The great danger was that in staring etear rw V do mo** rat ic free trade the Charybdis of too high rates of protection might be encountered. The democrats applauded his remarks and asked unanimous consent that he might continue without reference to the expiration of his time Resuming, Mr. Butterwort!, saki the issue was clearly ma,ie i„ the last campaign between the two parties and the country announced its decision in favor of the theory advocated by republicans. The great danger, ho said is that protection may be so distributed that certain industries prove highly successful at the expense of others. There are cases of tins sort whore certain in- df‘rlc3 bav« S''™ a thousand fold while others have languished. [Applause on democratic side.] He criticise ! the feature of the bill which places a tariff on articles imported from Canada. We scil to Canada, he said. much more than we buy from her and by placing a tariff on articles she sells us we destroy our own market there. The opinions of many distinguished public men such as John Quincy Adams, Lincoln and Grant were in favor of reciprocity with Canada. Before the discussion of the bill to over he cottoned, ye shall see a hop brigade, assisted by * cabbage cav- thkbOI. Our awm. Boart! of M. JE. llishops. Nu" York. May 13.—Tile board of «»' Metluxiist Episcopal churel! i / f , / !,tV0n 10“lay- Assignments to tin fall * on femmes wore made aud Bishop John P. Newman was app/nred th' *Tapan and hold a conference there in July. Regarding the proposed establishment of a national university ii* Washington resolutions were adopted commending the project. All Effort Will Be Made to Secure the Reease of Fielden, Schwab and Neche. effort10^ May 13—In a short time an from ti hiade to secure the release Z£sP?'^tiary .0f th0 convicted anarchists, Fielden, Schwab and Xeebe. . application of Judge Gresham, of the circuit court, for a writ of habeas carpus I the ground that the prisoners are detained without due process of law No //a;1,bor,i?' tban Benjamin F. Butler - .. that the effort will almost beyond doubt be successful, his opinion being based^on the expressions of the United hnrl^/Upreime C0lirt in Bio proceedings lit it t of ore brought before that body. Mineral Butler is regularly retained as ■‘irehi t T counci1 in tho °nse. The annie bust lawyers say a writ of habeas cor- flm i.ft aSiked f°r 011 tho ground that after the sentence of death ^'as Pasfd upon the condemned men “4“h? was Roomed to spend fifteen >cai3 iii the penitentiary, tho case was apixailcd to the supremo court where the finding of the lower court, with a sen George Herring Arret",I Frauds. rested tm Jj oity coul“db was ar-rental •    ^    y dicers from the Central station. The prisoner asserts I e thaVth/r/,*, Ed"’ard Spellman here and monev Sn4    ,0    givo bim a s“"* »< it to /aid it!!1" ’8 “OW,in Pb"adelphia Peoria ,o/ay ernng bu takP1* *» A Fatal Dispute. Frank Fl?Mh ClTY-0b'a'>oma. .May 13.- seftcrdav afto°r„and kj"Pd Henry L,,bo™ in a distilrno°n, five rniffis from here quarry fL i r ownership of a at 11,/military canto//^° ?”ard h°USP w illiam E. Crane Suieiden. era/m Tlatvrer’ of^A ih13’~Wi"iani- *’ Mevinrt w u* Albuquerque, X"ew tai, suicid/d bvWa5!10 Chicaso tllis !I10ri>-nig. suicided b\ shooting himself while By He Sa * tP/P°rary “MnsS * * ,    "a?> a member of the GAP Maryland? a Wfe and t“° ch"dren ii. a difficulty with Germanv t/ t ?(>rins of '■ally lead’to serious”",ii?s y!!l*Yrat' L ganda is awaited with the l-," Lam em .re ..ii ti . . . 111 Bie keenest inter--ti V-*    11 a* whom th** English call with German arms / , n7IlpllPd Hon. .Stanley's treaty ' i t, Will I," torn lo shred, hi t- ^Iwanga new ruler will be free t’o ma'ke* “ th'' ini4:;4r;;a!]i44 ihot.id get to! i ;;™'/;y0 °;f continent.    the    dark hdncollor von Cn*    1 African colonizatto, ^ ° °n alarmed the'S th bv it .,'UPRtlo111 ba" j Clute tone. London eanita!! tf    I    'lllS      11 invested their monev i, tfri/n ’ j”'' 1 b°"r-" once of the « i ,0 powor and influ-(nte of the empire will bi* exerted if that Emin s intimate knowledge < f ti ’ country and the people will enabl** r ,r chhtB nilirfg over some oMh?1?'* ^ cAed tore,-to,ic, 'ii ions statement about the prevalence of fdeuro-pneumonia among Virehda cat USS-!'* something of a iptfr *• d Protectionists who would CV an import duty on all foreign grain every statement In* makes is colored bv ‘‘is prejudices and Class interests. Ho b In attto“wV,U,r# Ia‘?e,y intCrPStPd A-s;;"s'rvt°?4pip ■« “-“b *». Rieharfl P|11. ln Bio movements of ^',:Vrbadpni‘a--!ted,1!:rrl!!"/ ‘oxe;^?^toB^m“r» flirtf thPreV-a g °Pini011 in London is lions of toc9Sf'    ,b"    -Peeuta- Brezd8 to to” , ?yil“;|*'can squadron*to , ” ., -------  -gmm    an,, rrencn «*•' “ «,x.*rs asrwssr^rair Pan-American writer to be re/- ?, /n..Amcrl“a“ the supreme court. I Ill'll - nos In ICognlnr so . 31oIiion \ oHtorda, •» liooUlnu,. Spi-chU ro The Hawk-Eye.J Bi.- Moines. Af'iv la 'n.., conn  ......■    this    mon,tog '’at” "tim I "Cl.s k w,,1, a full number of just!/J Present. There were « fair nnn.Uw/? ' '''ors. attorneys »„(t applicants for ad- ™re4,"to"?" “''I'' A"1""11..... ; « r, made. committees for examination I fit applicants appointe!, motions for. . I 'finances and th,. „.„al formal po ...j- j / ansaet«*d. I he eoniiiiitl**** an 1    tor    11.....* I oat ion of    applb cants nor,- ll. r. M,v K “g" Ti, .' ,    r    ll,'nr>-    ' rem Howell. A 11,osier and Mr. M asson. , 1 h;‘ billowing decisions were r.*n- Ihvi* • rfr- VS s,6l'“* uP|H»Il*nt. from >a\ is 11 hi ii tv. n*v**rsed; Dr,.liar is Mir- 1 S; ‘UP-* airt. from Keokuk *Du„tv. n-)ZTi:    B*Hhr.:;    apiMdlant, VS. Iowa ..ii    M**i.I \\ ire et un puny fr,„u BMI! comity affirmed; s„* ll. app.Ham. Ai rs! p H'    UVhB‘    r    •‘aunty,    n- ;    •    ' backer vs. Capital hisnr- *    roinpany, appellant, from    Polk county. affirm**d.    t SIOUX CITY'S SALOON FIGHT. Gr**Ht Fnrxploreil Land*. fourth f    ^sia    and    nearly    three- fourth, of Africa ,s a sealed book to us and tho/ Th'    Stable" ami tho.," who preceded him, are sprier tracks in the ^ ^ In ,    -    ,n°a    ?rp    ha!f    KP-aswork. ^ mu tli**re is Thibet and Turkestan, nnd in \ r - i    i    ur    Keg tan, to /I; . 1::,,ti!1>’1;pat ^ °e Sahara of 'C,'«r p;!;rn7 “!•—! Mk ti,OI,sin I- r f '' , .' Madagascar, and J not bt irey,m    ^    ,be    Pacific    ocean aie still unexplored. Great tracts of Australia have never boon trodden by the foot of awhile man I and nearly alf of South America inside of the coastlines is known oui,-bv hear ' say and tradition. Coming    ou-    . northern half of the continen!, ween*- ! 'n attempt I:,. Mad.-I,, Liquor Si-Hr TK. the Va ” '4r* T'“'1™ 'kiter- . B.idddck died, cause*] warrants to ho issued against thirty saloon keepers and I VrrS!° hlJ,Wln*» in til” -a- jur iinst I ,/}catod'    far injunc tions Against both proprietors and owmrs The action of t he league caused mui h ] Hie saloon men held thatthevean I prevented from selling in oriirin-il Packages, and they say   will ?u|/b?! ! he -drink trade and deal in original pack- : ■■ ■tosonly The league I, In rar^stTaS I • “re are liable lob" lively ,i„„.s during the next tow weeks. TI,ere are now 1 about one hundred saloons in lh" cliv. ‘"'hat can aid moi organization than < j the memory of on: mndo ih«*ir hearts a | our country and Its f oyes grow dull, athel Other hearts cold ii ours shall keep It we wains. Let us, then. remains and garhn* mounds above them dowers of spring tine I hem the d«*ar old th dishonor; let us in th renew our pledges to i whom they have left a IL In conformity, t order above noted, wit Railed and With th** t indicated, Friday, M ol>s*'rv**d by t In* imsts , I By the wise and patr af lh** governor *>f t i Ins daj is also s«*t apa ; ‘lay. and all th** |h*,>,, : quested to participate H*nanc»*; ami it is o that each jmst of th** G Republic, to tin* best par** to j,u,4,t tile reqi part unit H S *>f ti,,. «**•»> III. Tin* holding of s priate r,* Jig ions service' jir«T**d»ng Memorial di eomnn nded and r«*co "**r\ ic**s should I*, undo 1 ,u*(i■ A. R., and shotil th,* pivnnoting jH»t, 4>r . union therein by all the ally in villages and sinai obviously desireable. IV. Th** duty of pr* aq behalf *>f em*h f*ost. t j 'n es )ia*j. j.« of no sinai J should not i,«. neglect I "pan flu* j>ost chaplain, j Jill cases promptly make J ’"auk form fur which is ; wit,i) and forward direct j merit chaplain, Rev. j Marshalltown. Iowa. Mason 1    ,,    Departmen I CHAS. L. Long lev. Assistant Adjutant ( counter more unknown lands Centra America and -Mexico offer f. r‘ii.. fiVt t I bv I n°erve?>IOrat,r’an,i 1 '“‘“•Califorei,, i.a! ■ ne,et been tiloroughlv explored. n t.jo far norti, i- Greenland. Baffin Land. the areaf- Tloti , i    •    -o^uiu of British I edtJlj(j9Cta iy region, all d”! fn , lmmcanorth of latitude GO (legs. and our great territory of Alaska, —Golden Days.    * NARROW ESCAPE. I An DI*! Man Falla B«*n«*ath th**    of Women Writers in France. A r .iris correspondent savsj The ruos' discouraging olistacle tho American wo-man has to contend with in Paris is tin-great number of English and French IlorscH and is Badly Kicked. [Special to Th*- Hawk-Eye J lb s Mom,* May I ^-Yesterday af-[®n»oon> Mr. Davis, a farmer well a*J-d iced in y ears was engaged in planting ‘ "rn when In* fell under the heels of I e young co is h, was driving. They be- rfltrrl and klVk,d and Ban.p-id 'lr Ti    y1 was 14 ^real miracle that self . H|1S'    ? r°U,d n,‘f "xtricate },i,n- lli\v“,    stance cam**, was not killed. r ti ’ ,,OW(’VfT* SHVerely and danger-onslj wounded by cuts around tin* head received from th** horses' hoof*  ---“'“'ic GB] Brazilian delegates to the Pan-Amerietn =^^iSia"aya'd^= AFTER ORIGINAL PACKAGE JOINTS. FonBirorpERsoNs~mLED. A New Explosive Proves Its Efflelency in an Italian Gun Factory Rome. May 13.-A quantity of balas- a factorvTorX?h>SiVC' exP'oded to-day at and • • he manufacture of arms and amuinuonsat Avigliana, near Tiwffi Fourteen persons were killed and manv others injured, some of them fatally. Major Wtannan Bombards Lind!. nals On, !    ° b-v forf 'k“ jour- can? to !    'U’P,t    rabid unt“Atn"ri- cans, in ]us personal feelings, receives thousands of dollars a year front Ame ” can magazines aud journals. No woman can live by her pen who has not a reg/ most/:az/ I f° aMr"pt 11 13 one of ‘he I ditto. in?s iifr- .a?”3 !“! Tewiou3 uodertak- I States Supreme Co ri^ lr i ,'|r corresPo«deuce i«> ciist- i Bh*v propose to try * ig bread on the water ti,at in nine cases half a d°z«*n places out of ten briQis iK.oUth, ______ .    i    ___ Mormon Elders Flogged. elders^ hailhiff’ ?^&y    —^wo Mormon tramping tifr om * L tall, have been g Bi rough Washington and “    "-tributing    t!Z    X g    Tfaey    had    preselyted    to    a They X*oted for “MeGinty." rfG^Crx^vJl’May 13,—The Commercial <>(?-* th Frankford. Kentucky, special says the vote for senator in the Kentucky legislature to-day was a farce, the members voting for each other, for -Me Linty,” -Annie Roney,” etc., as 'the humor led them. The object of this frnqlity was to prevent the election until alter the action of the caucus. Miles' Nerve and Elver Pills. An important discovery. They act on the liver, stomach and bowels through the nerves. A new principle. They speedily cure biliousness, bad taste, torpid mer. piles and constipation. Splendid for men, women and children. Smallest mildest, surest. 30 doses for 25 cents.' bamPIes free at J. H. Witte's drug store.* lower court, with a sen- *--- PUUIU"Js,    aistnbutinff their rep tome of death for Spies. Parsons. Lingg.    '“«*«•    They had prelelvted rn a affimmi th S?hwaband Fielden. was toe™,"ZZ 0XtPn,■ a»d especially among affirmed The prisoners were not taken I i? g unmarried females. A party * tore the supreme court to hear this ^ ,01?kt vvomen were secured to go west' ?®™a,i°” °f t,lprr    and    their    //r,amEina bad two daughtSs* in the nre/m Th? ?0t CVen 110tified to bp ™reu’ed,hfa”dson' witb‘heirneighbors. I v.* ut. Tilt claim was made that this J,    Party    and capturing them tied ?i/b/a,’b°aheirconstitutionalrigh s .hlm.t0aad after SS/ was a breach of thc'to c4sto” Ona Mg’, t'? I 'bpai ftreS‘ far as H? av const'tu,lon even went/    loosened    them////ga/ far as to sav a sentence of death rendered A ? n theni‘ The Mormons ran into urn 4/;?°° 0f Pri#011prs not d- ,traT’, They have    “ process of law._ (    -oce an* have undoubtedly perished and ever/oneveturned home process of law. WENT BLIND FROM FRIGHT. Frank Bates. Who Was Bound and birny    Recovering Sensi. BaiT^GTOX' ni*’ May “3.—Frank Bates, tho young man who was bound and gagged in his bed-room a few morn mgs since, and was found in a state of utter unconsciousness, is slowly recovering sensibility, and speaks incoherently qtiVD cif    i.1____ fheir parei^0 °i *tbem weI1 switched. other    maklng    each    one    wh|P    tbe Quo Warra^rK^illg8 Commenced. ce**dinha13 yu13' —^uo warranto pro- the Fidclh/an’//”/'0”!,”10”'’0'1 against New Y'ork ti, CasuaHy company, of under tho i e comPany is chartered under the laws of New Y’ork with a Z%™SmUnl aDd Spcaks incoherently I fundof^^l ^f'000 and a reserve at nm* > corroborative of the theory that panv ii    U is c,aimed the com- th* assault was committed by two masked business , ? 80V0n dlCerent branches of Shtetel SSr^.24 W ^ I ST XU °.ne barter in this state “Quite English, YoT&Tow"* Written for the Tho Hawk-Eye. In the refreshment room of the Oueen Hotel, facing the sea, at the fashinnaKi watering-place on the Yorkshire ^9t '? England, called .Scarboro.' Mr. Cornelius Bombast introduced himself to Z Z treading on our toes while calling for a cigar, and then making his profuse apa] °4,Ih° m f0r h«d'»S«. bb rani nified mortal, facing us with his single eye-gla^ -‘Aw’ aXIXZXZZ Jme: BeStVshat:; zcclZlXloZjiXt0bCSUrP' £’aay “Gotyeaw f^miw^ he^-lGInan 3Sked: Blushing to be thus taken for voter nntUl^8' W° aPolo?ized in our turn for calledTSifS0886?^? 6Ven of that ,ulury £ir/ ,t n(l hence could not POSS! y d not Possibly have out Of ten bring, back—the manuscript; raZbl«w7 h,“ 3 Sta,P,i salary- which : enables her to live m cozy apartments and I. / ,    ;i31a!1 '*fe with comfort. Her a Lighter has studied for thc stag", and ast June created the role in a plat I hicH Inheritance!'’ Writ,e"'CtUti ’ pipn ‘ I Marshalltown .Vnthoritle* I*ropo«e to F*-P**rlnif*nt With ti,** Laf<. Decision. Marshalltown, la., Mav 13.—The city council decided last night to levy a las or ii****ns.* of $50 a month on original parka*;** joints doing business In this city VVhether the authorities can collect this limffir the peculiar construction and <*on-1 ti ju of ti*** recent ruling of the United # * pr!*If.H G<)url is a Question, )>ut IG anyhow. .Miout ar** running. natural, but the sight ba* ieft th^T IS4W    a    caPital    stock of thatghi^ Pbysicians are the ootoion Thev are alt> d?*110 fund of S650-00<>* that his vision may return to hinfbutJ ance hn«ini^ do‘n? an accident insur-no, for a lo»gtone___ *    a    dp^"<‘ o, i .7 "° ailu wars lanterns, and in    charter    in    this state _r^nbs from this gentleman, whoouif klv So far he is totally blind. His eyes louk I fhey wouM reqntCOIDply Wk,h the law8*    % hat* and buntingT'sma,! lem, $400,000 and^enoiit/ fCaSltal 2?°k °f addre^ th midd,e of the room? t>“ffan to Pion Thev arc aicra ^lte fund of ^o0-000. addreS!s the score or more people who .■    puss!Div nave- wink- ’/re/;,' interrnptod with a knowin, wink, “Well, ,o tell ,he truth, f hav? left mine at home. Ha, ha: an awfu' boaw, dou t yeaw kneaw. I sent my WL e and famiwy out larst mon,!!, a/d ahl?L pwessureof business I was un-And    Cn<,Pr8Uad- “tastes had elapsed, we tho l h st/)nishf'd at receiving a poke in doff* d h    this genUeman. whoquickly SS*1*    mounting    a small t* Bled by an Biplosion. Shamokin. Pa.. May la.—Bv the ex-Poston of tho boiler of a locomotive on the Reading railway this morning Engineer HogeJgonz and Fireman Kauffman were instantly killed, and Conductor Yeager was probably fatally injured. Sleeplessness, uervous prostration nerv-ous dyspepsia, dullness, blues eared bv u\v'i,es. ^ervino- Samples free at J. n. Witte’s drug store. Waters Rising in Texas. Houston, Texas.—The Brazos river is I . “u lue railway tracks are under ■--Have RAILROAD HATTERS. Bow the Cond! ti an of the Iowa Central Has Been Improved. Chicago, May 13.-A line that is iu^t now making long strides toward a position of importance among western rail-™ad/13 '/ low* Central. Thto pre/ arty was token out of the hands of a r£ cetver June I. 1389. and during th/ eleven months since that time it ha/ shown an increase of $135,000 in gross revenue and a gain of $21$.ooo in net earnings. For the first time in its history, perhaps, the road is now earning it* operating expenses and ail tired    _ i^j&L’SSZLZS: ***•“■ mJSTSSS iiSuS Engineer and Fireman Killed. struction0 train ^on^ tim A “i?”*, °°n' Kansas Cit* !! the new Louis, the track nw ara!/0 r*i'3*y left Richard Jones -? yt°n Shelleraft    en?meer,    and Richard ‘Sr1 xAr- men had a narro/ i lnju,Td- TblrtV and saved the//toeT’a*K bU‘ jnmpP1 cts were    aad ptrnaps, tne road is now earning its I    Th«    »    —■—— •SSrffi 55JK^S,*S!fUs I etMa&teeit new areel bridges and 6,OOol/t of    MT uV.7L2?ke '••UrfinK “°rk" and rebuilt STS freight caralhat I rasre Ii!/pl<*8in* to tho eyettdtotL SS ^fi”veS^“g °“ Side lracts fro“ the k’id/e/lC’bye/.e"”[Ml .ln    °° M Within this .ported addi^co Vt    1/1    ine room, D* gan to duress the score or more people who like ourselves, had assembled in that room to enjoy a little refreshment, smoke » cigar and watch the *‘ many-laushintr ripple of the ocean.” “Gentlemen.” said Mr. Bombast ‘ I am no owator fwom whose wips dwop the wiquid pearwis of undying ewoquence I am here to wecwint my shattered nerves and somewhat wasted fwame (laughter) after weawy months of turmoil, which is the unlucky hewitage of all who dabble w -5e,w-Slock Exchange- As my fwend. vvord Wamington says. 'Comewins. my Poy, wife is hardly worth the wiving/ Gentlemen, that was a gwolden sayiV. I am but a honowable citizen, neither false nor pusiwanimous ” Here a wag stepped forward, and Dogged to be informed of the meaning of that last word. "‘Don t interrupt, sir,” continued Mr. ?TLtafL/'YpaW turn 'rill come next. I am addwessmg gent'wetoen now—un- ‘ that!—an’if yeawdeonT kneow Hie flower Industry. th/, I?" practbjal busine'.* man believes rid/rew ’“Mne*3of    « an incon- /“r .and,,bat    ared Tied or " *’ I Uie “'b° are getting mar-nedor geutig out of tho world altogeth-cr.i t liita step into arose market in tw//rlaId.    SGme ^torooon be tween* and 4 o clock. When he reaches there ural he will find everything about be quiet as it well could to-. Bv 4 o’clock "hen the carts drive up Offed wUh Lox/ Of Somers shipped from out of town rose arms and flower farms, ju-t arrived al P a?a rmlroad depots by expres.s everything immediately takes on a verv Confused and animated appearance. \ Father and Son Dinapi^ar. Harlan, la., May it.—There is a U'ood deal of talk here as to the disappearance of Mr. James Robinson a wito hr|. t,ry“|a“ °' VllS pla'-•    lier «ith hts son, Jz.per Robin-on. Several months ago he sold hi* farm adjoining fore-ash" T? a# ’‘111,powd have sold it tor (asb. Ii now transpires that the j pitrcbascr got some time on it. but the I notes are now long past due and In the . hand, of a friend of Mr. Robinson for I safe keeping. No one seems to have . teen aware of their departure and num. I erous inquiries have reached h.-r" from I hi, relatives, none of whom have had I any information of his whereabouts store ; he left, it is feared that thc monev J,.-I i'as Tjupposed to have received uVr his : farm had sum th ing to do with hi- sudd*»n I ul-*appearei)f**. Alleged Forger Arreited. DTBuquE, la., May 12.—Matt Fagan Fooled With a quokefa, iu., Sunc Larney and John "ii Ii a r**volv**r, t charged and Barney heart, dying instant! M ill Build a C Mftthodi.sU "ill bull* mer at a cost of .^’LiW A Bounkk Mass. hundred gophers lost the recent hunt by J] Ottumwa Pickle factory I, being fitte and ex fleets to pack a rels of pickles this sn DeCOIIah’s Jj UTU Work on the Lilt hem is being pushed rapid! lh** building will I,*. | the fall term. District Carf Me ( at in** district camp iii upon tile grounds of t »\ ii ton, commencing j I inning ten days. Esj features are contemp!* A ( HUNK OF TUE 3 of th** meteor that fell Kossuth aud Winn,.I, a week ago was picked and is tie* finest spechr weighs an even huadre (I*1- »j>pearanc*» of m,>tjj A Close Shave.— Bancroft, had a chis*, g th** oth«*r day. While tile machinery in an sleeve caught in a re commenced to wind hi to a studding brace un way and was strippe thus liberating him. Y of a hard squeeze he wa A Pathetic Excuse amusing and yet pathei ceived the other day by ty court official from a about to b** tried, and is in the Sheldon Mail: “J be out of my Power to Darien <*ounty on the —j Please arrange to Excu your old friend, p. s. n over at a railroad erossir I have to attend to her . . . —.    —.nan j acari "as enjoying himself in a crowd of 3.000 peopj*. at (/lab’s beer-gardens Sunday afternoon when Sheriff Phillips tapped him on the -boulder and invited him to take a walk. Mr. Pagan is now In jail dozen clerksand theproplr^to^appe^ SSStlnTK ^ -'T '* simultaneously from nobody kSS/ S. t!le b01"”. containing laver >'»king for him for a month* Fagan •j*?? .■«* upon lave/ nt 1    bo™, containing laver “'“‘'ing tor him for a month. Fagan rieSL J    all va- I Prof «red money on a forged note and on early tLut mcrn* I    property' il ^id, and then . In packing, the roses I    ^*1 DubuQue and obtained    emplov- ^ carefully p^ace<j with the first laver I    ————_ o stems running one way. reversing the j E*-<?°n*re*smaii Lyman Very Low. - «• '.fie L ZmXIa ” M^"-Tbe i I pencil ion of ex-Omgressman Lyman top of the basket. By this time the'Voim u. filicJ wtth men anxioui to ptrr.ure the Ga    choicest    variety, and they bargain as cio-,drf with as total an hvion to all tneir fragrance and beauty, Mod ST*** W6re the ordinary cloth or cotton.—-New Yofk World. is A typo Indeed. Miso Banholdi (of New York>-I met a gentleman last evening who was a perfect type of your city. ..Mr' P«;“dofit tot Pittsburg;—Hav I have a bill of particular?'" Miss R-Weli. he bad oui . u‘h that his death L expected ai any , moment. Progressive paralysis is the * dtease. He was stricken several years bTlt wa% riot entirely pr*rfstrab*d until less than a week ago. Ho has been for many years one of the mo-t prominent members of the county bar. He was prominent in srate politics and was succeeded in congress by Judge Reed the present incumbent.    ! —,UUU inii otaeK cair. a gaseous manner, steel blue eyes-and one was glass—an oily tongue and evi-Mtiy an iron constitution.—Pitter-Btlletin.    • ^ath of William HHlTof Warsaw, HL Keoki k. /lay 13.—A Gate City War-saw Illinois, special says William Hill, a I banker of that place and well known black hair, throughout the west died th!- evenfna cres--and I a^ed hHy-<*ight years. A Scrap of Pap, It was just an ort j Ping pap<;r, but it w»s in the last sn told by her physic!* curable and could JI she weighed less ti On a piece of wrapj of Dr. King’s New 1 •ample bottle; it bel a large bottle, It bel] another and grew b its use and is now st] plump, weighing 140 particulars send sta Druggist, Fort Smit this wonderful Disco drug store. A Mayor Ran New Orleans, yune** Jocksoville, news has been r« Keys. Florida, to mayor and roarehaU running the tnu-n t, aged fifty-eight year** Clarkson Goes to Pngrt Koan*!. '*rK-cia! lf. Th., ri.__ Base Ball. Burlington vs. Peoria. To-day. Special to The Hawk-Eye. Des Moines, la., May 13 Fir,* \ 1- tant Vast master General J. .s. Clarkson left this morning for Puget 8oud where he will remain until June 1. compony bos J —I Parkwood Points. iHMk&tt aw yoetino ____ . Free samples of Dr. Miles’ Restorative ; Nervily at J. H. Witte's drug store, j Lures Headache, Nervousness. Sleepl    I"fXlD* lo \foy t») fp Jj ’* . ness. Nenralgia. Fit, etc.    farm-r^ are re.toV'',/, ZXXXVX Adrire to Mother*,.    j    dTf;    ^l}n^    a    good    rain    which MWjWinsiow’s Soothing Svrup should ai- J «Jg* ^ very had, for the grass was ehUdren teething, it soothes f. lt!n^ ^ort and the small grain needed ajteys all pain, H also Work will commence on th* T^ffirtcSStoT&s?**7 for; gggjy church J«>on, the* rocks” are 44.. . . .- i ^led for tb« foundation and the lumber — jr - • Him J filial rliai running the town I citizens have be* Staten collector f* dqors and one man who did th** job ut loaded revolver in Cottrell. Many ci place and bloodshed - When on . On the rail, on a Ste smack, or a yachting Stomach Bitters wi ll I Of HVbrtlni.   I 11 travelers, manners ai arty subject. Sea car agefsor sojourners in to encounter unaccll or dangerous eJimat-avail themselves of ti Cfrtuinpri «n*f    a— UUWUDfl among the SraH, and it may be 1 confidence in its rem its perfect freedom R ingredient, sitaceit I and mo«a aalittmBuM ;

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Publication: Burlington Hawk Eye

Location: Burlington, Iowa

Issue Date: May 14, 1890