Questions? Call (888) 845-2887 Hablamos Español

Burlington Hawk Eye Newspaper Archive: May 17, 1890 - Page 1

Share Page

Publication: Burlington Hawk Eye

Location: Burlington, Iowa

Issue Date:

Get 1 more page view just for clicking

to like us on Facebook


   Burlington Hawk-Eye (Newspaper) - May 17, 1890, Burlington, Iowa                                Pal N CAR COUPLER Atrium Brown of the 0 Argues Against the VIM Silver BUI In the Bad Hot Diwrowilon In the HoueOver Var ioiu Polnto In the Tariff XWM Capital SATURDAY Special to the HnwkEysJ May superintendent of Iowa lines made witlj hud pof wl in hi u d I argument this morning before a subcom mittee of both houses and senate against the Coffin carcoupler His argu ment Is said by members of the committee to have been th ablest argument made on this question and on interstate com merce that has been made before any congressional Frank Ballon will publish the argument in full in to morrow mornings THE Warm tinVarlouO of the Sllwr May Ed from tiiu judiciary committoe reported hack the huuso to the antitrust bill with an amendment striking out certain words and inserting the words so that UIB rates of such transportation may not IMS raised above what i just aiid aproid KI and The sliver bill was then taken up and Sherman ollered the amendment tioned in yesiurilays Iluiiib moved to amend Shermans amendment iiy inserting and thereafter no funds available for tin payment of the debt including such as arckept for redemption of treasury shall be retained in ihe treasury in excess of Sherman opposed Plumbs amend ment as pnuiiig a restraint upon the treasury and preventing it from paying the governments obligations as they become Iliiml defended his arguing that the treasury department should have nothing tn do with the cur roncy supply of ilie The hold ing money in treasury except for needs of thtgovernment itself was an economic Me Ilumb did not want secretary of treasury to lie an Instrument of speculation in Wall street or dhl not want the bulls and bears of New York the was going to do iibont or putting He did not wii n I to have the treasury points peddled on Wall street as com ing from persons near the Con gress to put a limit on the amount of money to be on hand in the treas ury so thai whatever the result might be it could never he imputed to the secre tary he used his discretionary power either unwisely or The discussion was further donlinucd by Sherman and Coming to the discussion of the silver bill iiself Sher man said he dirt like some of its fea lie may driven to support Some of ihe friends of the bill seem to have abandoned ti There are some good features iu it which 1 like very If we can agree upon some mea sure will furnish the people money and lend to advance silver bullion nearer the standard of gnM I am willing to vote for such a But 1 do not to cmbiirk tlic sea nf five coin age of silver and J do want congress u pledge iiself tobuy all the silver which may be Let those who would take the risk of such a specula tion lake not thing whatever Unit cau IIP donr by this bill or any other to give us more good paper money based on de posits of gold nnd silver or that will raise the value of 1 will If we can adopt a measure will make use of Innh gold and silver and keep i hem together at par with each J will vote for if 1 will make if he alone were to be consulted but the committee had to look to every Interest in the United The gentle man on the other side said that the duties in the bill were too In the glass schedule of the Mllis bill the percentages ranged from sixty to one hundred and fiftytwo per Why has the gentle man on the other side left the duty of one hundred and fiftytwo per cent on plate glass Was it because it was a revenue or was it because the democratic party of Missouri made that a condition of its support of the Mills bill Mills said the high duty on the glassware schedule of the Mills bill did not meet his Mills He was forced to accept His friend was placed in the same position in regard to his McKinley then offered series of amendmentsfmany of them unimportant which were all Binding twine composed of jute or sisai grass was transferred to the i cent The relative to carpent was amended so as to provide that carpets made of jute or other vegetable material should pay six cents per square yard and rugs and screens eight The duty on burlaps not exceeding sixty inches in width was changed from to IJfT eents per The duty on bags For grain made of burlaps was fixed at two a Russian camels hair was brought under the head of A duty of 32 per cent ad valorem was placed on wools in the and on Russian camels hair iu the third the value of which to be thirteen cents or less a including A duty of per cent is imposed on wools of the thirdclass exceeding in value thirteen cents a It is pro vided that on woolens and worsted yarns valued at not more than thirty cents per pound the duty shall be times the duty imposed on a pound of unwashed wool of tirstclass and in addition thereto 33 percent ad of made a strong speech in in uame of the peo ple he lie repudiated the declaration that they were poor and un Hi had become weary of this talk of the depressed condition of the Iowa of suggested the democratic party carried Uiu stato of Iowa on u plat form denouncing high tariff He prophesied when bill wcni to vhe senate that it would bn so amended that it would be railed the Alli son A long debate princi pally devoted to tlie of the subject of farm mortgages and of secured floor and aroused the indignation of the Iowa republicans by the statement that they had repudiated by their The house was in an uproar for a dozen members being on their feel vociferating and the remainder cheering them When the uproar subsided Mansiir claimed he was entitled to the The chair said gentle mans time had expired ihrcomimites be fore and that had been trespassing upon the parliamentary The gentleman had liecn taking advantage of the chairs good nature to insult the house and lower his own standing in his own After tinreading of the vote thn luittec rose and ilie house took a TONIOCS lECAl Whereby Cities Can License the Sale of Original ExUnited States Attorney of Hu Figured It Oat to Ttmf Clerer Siocx May in terest is felt hero in the legal opinion of exCnited States Attorney com content myself by simply voting in the The discussion was continued great linally turning on the monthly ilrln statements of the Ingulls assertiiiK Jliat IIP found in thorn lirwildrring and irreconcilable Sherman undertook in explain them and Allison gnvc his views upon Allison said thcri1 was an erroneous but widespread belief in ihe particularly hi the iliat there wns an immense amount of government niniipy stored up in the treasury in the surplus as suiicd liy Sil ver bill went over without action and thp soon Cuuimnndrr MrCalla Jlay MeCalla has bcpn sentenced lo suspon sion from rank and duty for years and to retain his present number on tlio of commanders while Tho was ALLIANCE MANAGEBS IN THE A lUvlIlot Session Titkoti by thr May motion of of tin senate bill was nussod authorizing the registration of census mail The house tlfnn went into committee of tin whole on the tiiritr MrlCinley ollercd an amend ment specifically including glass chim neys in the relative to iliiu blown glass at a duty in cents per dozen and 40 per cent ail In response to a question by of McKin ley stated the present duty on lamp chimneys was 15 per cent and the pro posed duly between and id per imiuired how many liuiip chimney wore McKinley replied that he had no llendirsoii iiujiiiivd if the irenlltinnn liail no exact lie knew the duty should Applause and laughter on the democratic McKinley replied that the committee knew that it was impossible for otir peo 10 manufacture these chimneys un der the present rate of duty and continue lo pay the present rate of Henderson inquired whether the gentleman knew what proportion of chimneys was imported and what manu factured in tliis McKinley replied that he did hut he Unew that this bill did not give a cent of duty more than was necessary to compensate for the difference in the cost i of labor here and myself I am not going to vote for tno increase of any duty mhenI have not information 10 justify Democratic McKtuley said that the committee no personal pride in the bill or any kvrt of it the committee had done its pst with the information at its corn Every member of the majority f the committee had agreed that the toposcd duty on lamp chimfteys was ab ilutoly necessary to preserve the indus v in this 1 Henderson said no one knew bet than he the difficulty that r democratic or republican in making a tariff and he did want to bo a blockade to proper ad nojjt but the point he wanted to was that he would not vote iany increase of duty unless he was nod that there was good reason for manufacturers of chimneys in t country Wjere iirosperous the duty W he left as ItiWas if they were be kiven out of Business he was willing But the committc had bta on the McKinleytf talent was An amend offered of rithe present duty of 25 per valorem on glass chimneys was The following B votedwith Morrillo A Woeful NtHtf of Affairs Slionn i May patches baii been out from here few days ago announcing a suit agains t he Farmers Alliance managers at Dallas it was deemed expedient by proiuinen alliance men thai the matters be kcp quiet for a short Yesterday al grounds for fun her secrecy ended whci the attorney niinounred H suit enjoining the publication of the Mercury and an otheiasainstthe Tw other suits will be instituted ngainst tin old Alliance Tho allegation sei forth some grave charges and show a woeful of affairs and deplorabl misuses aud waste of of thousands of dollars sent up to Dallas it is have been frittered awaj and the Alliance men assert tho sum wil reiuh over a million of DEATHS SHINDfG Tlic iipraiiir Jndgp o May Drunnuond the exJudge of United Suites eimiiv died at his homo ii at eleven oclock last night of old Druiumond one of the longest in active service upon the bench of all circuit judges in the He was appointed in 1850 and officiated continuously till growing infirmity of induced him to President Arthur appointed vs his The judg was eichtv years old at the time of his THE NEW YORK xi VirliuTH Coudltian NEW May who shot Lawyer llcynolds was arraigned in court this morning and The physicians sent word that their opinion was Key nolds cannot NEW May is stated at the hospital this morning that the condi tion of who was shot in the abdomen yesterday by a young was somewhat Though slicht ly Eeynolds condition is such as to cause grave fears as to his final recov Tlw Cedar llrport of the and CEIIAK May number of miles of railway leased and operated during ISSci by Ihe Burling Cndar Rapids and Northern as shown by the thirloenih annual re just is The ro lort shows the gross earnings 10 all exjiouses to be leaving net earnings over oper ating expenses of It Will llr lauuaral to Favor May thegeneral conference of the Methodist Episcopal church today the temperance committee concurred in the memorial changing the degree of offense committed by a mem ber of tha church who encouraged the li quor traffic by renting property for sa loons and signing petitions for from as now designated in their w MllM Kerrc and liver An Important They act on the stomach and bowels through the Anew They speed ily cure bad taste torpid piles and Splendid for women and 30 doses for 25 Samples free TVittes drug Thtrlj BIT May ferryboat loaded passengers was river Oder in when it suddenly capsized and thirtysix of the people were drowned before assistance could reach Headache ft Head repnb published in the Tribune of this city in regard to the power of Iowa municipali ties to license the sale of liquors in orig inal Opinions here differ as to the soundness of Murphys argu ment but it is conceded to bo an ingen ious compilation of Iowa statutes and court decisions bearing on the question giving Murphys claim an air of After a preliminary state ment of ihe case decided by the United StaUs supreme court and the decision of ihe Iowa supreme court last year as to what constitutes an original Murphy says In view of these decisions it seemed to me that any person can sellliquor of any kind and in any quantity at any place in the state of so long as the liquor is sold by the his or in the package in which the same was brought into the state of rc gardloss of the quantity the package has iu it or the number of packages that may be containfd in a case or box or If It be beer it may be a pint bottlo for one who is accustomed to getting a whenever he wants or a quart bottle for the one who here tofore could get it only occasionally aud thfn for a a pony keg for family or a quarterbarrel for a family Rathorins If it be whisky a two ouncn vial for or fourounce for a man and or six or right for tho party a single double or triple cocktail as may be so that it is an un broken package that has been imported in the same condition that it is when I ran soe no reason why tho his servant or acut may not furnish a corkscrew to his customer or rven pull the cork for him let him have use of a table and chairs for himself and that they may sip the wine or drink the foaming lager at their ease after the same has been vurchused in the original or why the party may not stand at thu bar aud smile at themselves iu the costly mirror while they smile with another as iu the olden time the original package having been properly devided and In a there is nothing to prevent anyone who is so disposed from operating a saloon so Ions as his liquors aro shipped by him from a sister state or country and sold in ihe original As to the second branch of your ques how the liquor traffic in may bo lawfully affected by munieipal legislativeonact I may say tlurt in my the cities and incorporated towns in the state of have full power and au at the present to regulate and license the of intoxicating This authority is found iu chapter laws of the 10th general pago Au act to amend section 403 of thp title chapter of cities and incorporated which roads as follows Scvtion 15o enacted by the gen eral assembly of the stat of Iowa that section 463 of the code is hereby and there is enacted in lieu thereof the following viz They shall have power to license or prohibit the sale of horses or other domestic animals at auc tion in the alleys or public to license and tax all and every description of con veyance kept for hire to license and tax eating houses to license and tax or prohibit beer and wine but no license issued therefor shall extent be yond the first day of May following tho grant thereof to license and tax or prohibit billiard pool and all other tables kept for teupiii or other ball shooting gal leries or places to regulate and license pawnbrokers and peddlers to license or prohibit shows and exhibitions of all kinds such as may be exempted by the general laws of the state and lo regulate orprohibitthe safe of intoxicat ing liquors prohibited by the laws of thn Approved March This law has ITCVCT been repealed and may be found in McCIains section page This though there is no ambig uity iu its is not without interpre An similar in its character but only applicable to cities aud incorporated towns acting under special was passed upon by our supreme court in the case of the city of Keokuk 47 wherein it is held that the power to reg ulalc or prohibit includes the power to The opinion of the court on this subject is a follows Acts of the Twelfth general assem chapter section is in the lan All incorporated towns and not incorporated under the gen ral incorporation shall have the wwcr lo regulate or prohibit the sale of intoxicating liquors not prohibited by state and such power to regulate power tOassess and im a tax on such For the pur poses of this act beer and wine shall be considered intoxicating The statute has not beon repealed by sec tions The power conferred is to regu ate or We must now inquire whether the power to license may be ex ercised under authority to regulate or We havo held lhat the power to icense is not conferred under a grant of authority to The Mty of Bur incton 42 The authority10 prohibit implies fiower to Whatever will hinder or prevent the full exercise of a pursuit has the effect of prohibition in a There may be he exercise of power underahthdrity which results only in prohibition or it may be more wisely and effectively ffectively exerted in amanner that will result in total Whether the prohibition be partial or it is exer cised under the same The icense of the sale of and wine hin ders and prevents in a degree the traffic n those So far as the jestric ion of the free sale is it that operates hinder and prevent the It may be under he authority to prohibit See Cooley on This conclusion is not in consistent with the doctrines announced in the myof Burlington Bnmgard 42 and same Law And in the town of Kew Hampton et 56 wherein it s The sale of intoxicating liquors other than Tinas and Is prohibited y tho and towns HMjorporatedtinder the general in corporjfibn lawjhave the regu auditorial or prohibit beer and and to regulate or prohibit the sale of intoxicat ing liquors notDrohibited by the Chapter ttfwsoMhe Sixteenth general assembly this Identical law pttped on determined in focttrvk true and this as we nave no longer as to liquors in the original package in hands of the I can rfcch no other reasonable conclusion on this sub ject than that first That cities and incorporated towns in Iowa are fully authorized and empowered under existing laws to regulate and license the sale of all intoxicating liquors sold in the orig inal by the his agent or and that so far as this is concerned no additional legislative actmcnt is I can see no rea son why the city council of Sioux as the council of any other city or incor porated town in the state of may not enact and enforce an ordinance regu lating and licensing the traffic in intoxi cants to be imported into the state and sold in the original package by the im by his agent or Yours very C A SCORE OF DEAD Awful Results of the CaTinjr fa of a Mine at Bodies Taken and as the Blackened Corpus Were Brought aid of the new hospital for women in Boston will be opened Thedlfferentsectionsanow A TEST Theiint Original Package Utieatlou in Uet f Special to The DM May flrst original package case of this cu tled Slate of Iowa Perry Chambers and certain intoxicating was tried before Justice Ames The case was tried on an agreed state ment of facts in which the defendant ad milled that he owned and the liquor in controversy for the purpose of sale by the or in such quantitie as his patrons might but denied that under the recent decision by the supreme court of the United States he was there by violatingany law of The after hearing the argument of the took tin matter under advise ment and this morning decided that de fondant had no right to sell except in the original packages in which the liquor was imported that the liiiuor in con troversy was kept for sale in violation of the law and ordered it The case will be appealed as it is intended to make test A LIVELY work of attempting to May rescue the im prisoned miners at Ashley was inter ruBtcd by a heavy rush of gas at three ocfick this At seven oclock it deemed safe to resume the efforts to of People 1ursTie a Thlel und Catrh Him In a School 51 ay stranger en tered Joseph Sinioiies Clay aud priced a suit of clothes and then picked up the garments and ran out into the Simones threw a hatchet at which came within an inch of his and then pursued him iuto Hundreds of people flocked to the vicinity and chased him through alleys aud finally over taking him in Marys school yard and turning him over to the Stormy Jordan Opens Pp 5Iay the eccentric saloonkeeper who years ago labeled his saloon The Eoad to has opened up his saloon again in full blast and is selling anything that is wanted in the original without any attempt at lie was worth or more before tlie prohibitory law went into but lost it all fighting For the last two years he has not sold any in an interview today he said that the re cent original package decision was a Dred Scott decision to prohibitionists and he could sell anything that was called for and pull the eerk for the purchaser with Wanted to fio to Ionr May pre cocious son and daughter of Martha a widow living on a farm near this stole from a trunk at home and started out for a trip to Tho boy aud who were about eight and ten years old respective bought tickets at ihe Illinois Central depot this but were luckily captured by friends before the train pulled The children say they were illtreated at home and ran away to escape Iowa Supreme Special to The DES May court decisions Laidley ap from Madison affirmed Goddard from Pottawattamie affirmed City of Grusen from Clinton reversed from Johnson reversed West IJoucher District Township of Mon from Mahaska affirmed on plaintiffs appcaljand reversed on de fendants A Snmmer School of fSpecial to The May trustees of the Iowa Agricultural College at their meeting May elected of The board decided to under super vision of the present corps of instructors a summer school of the sessions to be held during the months of July and As the sessions of this school will be held during vacation it is thought many teachers of the state will avail themselves of this A large party of re en rs entered the slope and commenced wolk upon the beyond which three me i were found last They soon through and rushed into the chain where in the th men stumblee over yielding bodies A flose search revealed six blackened corpses near the none of them along at various places were found thirteed other allanore or less but most of them coSld not bo The sight was so Jiorrible that two or three of the res rs fainted the news of the finding of the ies became noised a scene cu sutd around the mouth of the wfeieh will never be forgoitcn by those who witnessed A strongguard of men held back the who pressed forward madly to enter tne Half an honr later four men bear ing body on a The women tore away the but saw only blackened and charred Other bodies were brought out as fast as possi ble and at noon all but live of those who were in the mine when the cavein oc curred had been These bodies were conveyed in ambulances to tinder taking rooms and prepared for The excitement pervaded every part of the and the streets in thovicinity of the morgue were completely blocked with many of whom came from other The scenes of tho entire morning in the towns have never been equaled in the pitiful spectacles present ed since the great Avondaic many years when over 100 miners were A guard of fifty special policemen is necessary to keep the crowd away from the At one oclock two more bodies had been brought aud search for others was going body of Michael known to be under au immense pile of may not he found for several John the assistant who fired the died this morning in great His face aud hands were but slightly but he had inhaled fatal Anthony Froyne and Eobert the men rescued last arc in a critical con It is believed that thcv will also General Superintendent in an interview with in Associated Press re says The men lost their lives through the negligence of Assistant Mine ISoss who insisted on relighting his lamp in the presence of large volumes of Ilad he not done the men now dead could all have been rescued as there was a good current of air going through chamber the men had taken refuge after the cavein had taken Billed by exploding May is received that two river drivers near Woosc river were killed and three others were terribly injured by the explosion of a keg of powder in au old lluriotl by a Falling May rang ing from four to eight years of were buried by a falling bunk in South Brooklyn great variety in Ladies mtbedresBof the even bridal or court gentleman dolls iMtte girl babes in longand dolls in the sorb of official civic and scholastic dolls in mili postal or police dolls in of the sirens of the working dress of all domestic service or are to be included in the various A special section will be formed by ladies and gentlemen ia sporting dress tennis and boating Others again will represent lieroines of fic the a special class being as signed to characters of nursery romance For celebrities of today r a double price is and a section of dolls in gro suggestive or emblematic dress of any offersa wide field to the fanci A special nurses section will com prise dolls dressed as patients and and others are exclusively limited tochil dren and pupils of boardj charity and in dustrial For the best doll of all a prize of five a Pall Mall PRESBYTERIANS The Matter of Revision io be Re ferred to a Special Thp Coniinitteo on the Board of Publica tion and Sabbath School Wor a Committee I it fe thattlMWf played 1 the I from one shall be toVpw ponsiblefortt Safety The istremes in interior decoration maie the modern home a shinin mark for the fire and not least of these defects is the craze for throwing the house into one vast Huge archways and spacious doorways heavilv hung with draperies are attractive anil contribute to the comforts of a but they are certainly The old fashioned door may not look so but had the residence of Secretary Tracy been more liberally supplied in this re spect it is not at all improbable that the fire would have been confined to the room in which it originated until the in mates were warned of the impending As it these large openings acted as would a vase and the flames spread throughout the entire house like a A Fire Hug rspccial to the May a saloon who removed here from Mon mouih a few weeks hasbeen ar rested on suspicion of having employed an eighteen year old boy named Bert Cromwell to set fire to a barn of Katban a well known prohibitionist of the latter The crime was committed four months Cromwell is under arrest and Becks apprehension is said to have resulted from the boys A Sharp Schemer Taken May Wil a sharp was arrested Tuesday and bound over to appear before the United Staiesgrand jury next month on a charge of impersonating a federal Williams collected from a Mallard liquor who holds a gov ernment representing himself as a collecter of internal The swindle was discovered before Williams got and he willjprobably suffer for his A What Cheer Mine on Special to The WHAT May shaft 1 caught fire this afternoon and was still burning at a laie hour this All the woodwork and machinery around the shaft is The damage will exceed seven thousand By good management no lives were Caught in Cog Special to The May accident occurred just before noon today at Lamb Sons saw whereby John Bartles ras severely In some manner his head was caught In the coc wheels of the Inflicting two ngly gashes over the eyes and otherwise bruising far Fair Tlie Two Climates of There have been forty miles of snow sheds on tlie line of the Central Pacific railroad in the high Sierra these many At this or at the height equal to the summit of Mount Washing in Kewr the snow in such exceptionable winters as this is de cidedly troublesome to the railroad peo From the vicinity of Mount Shasta north for nearly a hundred the snow falls every Once in twenty years the snow at the highest attitude falls on the mountains to such a depth as is found there this California lias both a winter and a spring climate at the same While the mountains have Tlie Tea An English paper If the trade in India and Ceylon ten goes on as it has done of the tea trade of China will soon be As it the importing of China tea is regarded as profitless by firms who once had good reason to think but who now find the game not worth the Ac cording to the board of trade returns for just the ship ments of rea from India are now far in excess of those from having amounted for the year to against pounds while those from Cliina were only against pounds in As the sliipments from Ceylon are now very large the customs commission ers hare issued a general dated directing that for the fut ure the imports thence are to be shown and that the same distinction shall be observed with regard to tea taken out of bond for The distinctions will therefore be British East China includ ing Hong Kong and JIacoa and other and the statements of the ex ports of tea will alio be based on the same plan as regards the country of pro duction or to the Desert A reporter witnessed an extraordinary scene in the vicinity of In front of a small cabin a pulpit had been In this stoud u tc ored man preaching at the top of his There was uo one except the re porter and preacher and the forme stood and but was not noticci by the On inquiry it was fomv that the preacher was Robert Tw years ago he was fired from the pas torato of the Presbyterian church a Biddleville because he wanted to go int his church lie was warned against this heeding it not one Sunday as he attempted to ascen his pulpit half a dozen good pious deacons seized him and fired him from the On that day Bell de every day in his own and he does although no oae goes to hoar Savannah been literally buried in the snow and railway trains have had a hard time in that he would preach three times getting through the and many cattle have perished in altitudes where in ordinary winters they find open pas especially in the among the it has actually been spring for 700 miles along the and inland until an altitude exceeding feet has been for the last three or since the early rains The grass in many places is a foot Famished cattle have been sent down from the ranges in the mountains to feed in the most luxuriant Citrus fruits have not a few specimens here and but train loads are now going forward to eastern They are hawked by the wagon load on the streets of this as large and fair as ever gladdened the eyes of dwellers in hyperborean All this time mill ions of roses have been in bloom in open and only an occasional white frost has been The citrus belt ia aud ihe snow is There is a perfect harmony between the Francisco RED May is believed here that John president of the state agricultural will be the commissioner for the ninth The contest is between Hays and Charles of Gnthrie a notorious Kate last night because his wife refused ty give him the change after buying He U in a critical Au Immaculate The pardon issued to Albert a Chicago lawyer who was convicted of the crime of perjury in 1883 and sen tenced to the Joliet prison for one took effect Cronk has never been confined in the bat ever since his conviction has been allowed to remain in the Chicago As the pardon was directed to the warden of the it became neces sary for the prisoner to be at least brought to the prison before he could be legally discharged Sheriff of Cook brought Cronk to Joliet having the pardon in his The prisoner was turned over to the who gave the sheriff his The sheriff then handed the warden the pardon and the formality of discharging Cronk from the prison was gone through although Cronk had never served a minutes he at once asked for his discharge money from the and the sum paid to all discharged This exhibition of gall was a paralyzer to the prison and when the exprisoner finally made a demand fora suit of citizens such asis given to the discharged it caused Sheriff liaison to re tire ia Cronk was paid the a ticket to bat he not get the The fact of Crooks having to sign the prison vouchers for his dischargemoney plaeesJum on the prison records as har had to be given a number and on the comet fellow now Sci Albert Gniwinjr Demand for Elecctrfc The uses of the electric motor are mul tiplying K of the indications that its adaptability is recognized by tin public is that machines for both con stant potential iud constant curreu systems have been manufactured durin the past at the rate of upward o 250 and ilicir rating will ex ceed 700 horse In spite of this great output of electrical apparatus every portion of it finds aa immediate and nearly all the factories are be hind in thtir orders to an esten that it is nearly impossible to fill orders under sixty have been in traduced for ail conceivablo purposes to which power can be and smal industries run by electrical power have started up many places where steam power could not have been The use of the storage battery is also growing York Violets sell in Sew York and some other cities nowadays for There are about fifty violets iu a Notwithstanding the price there is great demand for and florists say there would still be considerable sales if they were a In every florists establishment there are men and girls employed whose chief work is to fasten stems on flowers intended for large bouquets and floral Ordi narily flowers do not require much hand owing to its frail every violetmust have a even for a small This is one reason why vMetscomeso The end of a bit of fine florists wire 13 inserted into the flower from below and twirled around the It takes a good while to pre pare a very small bunch for New York X ALost 3Fy I understand that the 13 is 150years what of it I iny yon might go gee her and Ask to make pumpkin New York tho I hare aa aant who ia Tory nnforto ShewsKgfaflydeaf ponded Jrlorely chaperone gheironM May the session of the Presbyterian general assembly this the standing committees were It was voted that the action of the Presby teriaus on the question of revision be re ferred to a special One hun dred and thirtytwo Presbyterians had favored the proposed revision and sixty six opposed seven had declined to vote and eight had not The com mittee on the board uf publication and Sabbath school work made report recommending the of a place for printing and making books and The report says much of the work now done costs twice as much as they could do it for them as a commit tee of all of whom should have special aciinainiauce with the publishing and book business and have full control for a term of years of this business for the was The bus iness of the publishing department reported that the cen surors uf the special committee was not warranted bv The committee on supply nf cflieient minis ters reported that there is grent need for au increase in the number of new men trained for the have not oven twothirds as many as wo Tho committee on method of effecting changes in the confession of faith and constitution of theehurih reported unan substantially as follows The speaking ollioially through the can alone deter mine with authority questions at issue therefore the committee recom mends the question be transmitted to presbyteries whether there shall be added lo forms of gevcrnmcnt fhapter XXIII of the amendments providing for a proposal by the general assembly to the presbyteries of amendments to or alterations of the book discipline and directory for wor but that these shall not be obliga tory unless the majority of all presby teries approve in That tho alter ations in the doctrinal standards shall not be proposed to Presbyterians unless they have been under consideration for one year by a committee not less than lif toen ministers and ruling not more than two of whom will be from any one No alteratian will be made in provisions of this chapter changes in the doctrinal standards unless an overture from tho general assembly submitting the proposed alterations be transmitted to all Presbyteries to be ap proved iu writing by twothirds of The general assembly must transmit to the Presbyteries any overture submitted to it by onethird of aII the Any amendment so submitted and ap proved shall go into effect immediately after the general assembly shall have cer tified the Tho committee also recommended that presbyteries be directed to answer the overture as a whole by a simple yea or nay to be reported to the clerk in time to be presented to tho next general as President of the Princeton the ological in reporting the great debate on the said he objected to two features first it denies to this as sembly its legislative are wo here for if not to legislate this tares away from the assembly not only tho right to legislate but also that of Suppose onethird of the presbyteries overture the assembly on any given change in thu doctrinal this report givos assembly no It must send down the overture to the Presbyteries and if twothirds adopt or oppose the the assembly has no chance but to de the change adopted no matter how radical or title ofdis If you are tion you and I will order for prompt deli QWhyhasc stripes Because thewpii when the union i How many what is the There are noWH bUr for each fiit Who given school Where 400Jeffersonal Fourth UamnRlna K 3 are re ported itti early vegetables andlii from killing frost Strawben hcrrita of all kinds i troywl and garden ve the iie formed onueighth throwing corn f Another Governor ployed by a syndicate licensed liquor constitutionality of holds that the s origiual this advice some1 ten will make test Special to The I May terian so State Historical society has i as bnskingglove J CARLISLE at to Sncceurt May Jofiu Carlisle was nominated to succeed Sena tor Beck by the democratic caucus at Frankfort When the caucus assembled tonight withdrew his name from Then Representative for exGov ernor withdrew his A ballot was then and stood Lindsay McCreary Senator Smith then withdrew McCreary and ihe light was The ninth bal lot all counted gave Amid wild cheering a voice was heard moving to make the nomination unanimous by The motion Car lisles vote gave him tiftcoii There is general congratulation here to night over the which is in har mony with the wishes of a large majority of tlic voters of the A Bio hog drcd and thirty things in SRXTENCED FOR tenccd George i negro numed i to sixteen years ClIAKOED WIT1I William of charged with the der Isliunl passenger train some and who the is rccoverbigffi arrested as soon as htayf warrant and tried for FILLED A a farmer near I Tuesday night front proceeds of the sale of s night he discovered some ing about his place amfri goose shot In one so effei man The and the coroners jury donft TlTE 31YSTKKY tory surrounding the1 book under the house has been cleared i letter was by tfs rial from a man hi stated that the owner of was who had his while in DCS thought the thief threw 1 under the steps after tho money it WILL PLY THE UnrlingtoD Schools to lie Supplied With the National At the last session of the legislature a bill was introduced making it obligatory upon school directors to supply each and every public school iu the state with national flag und reijuiring that it floated from the flagstaff on every day that school was in Superinten dent Stewart of Ottumwa was one of the most earnest advocates of the bill out side the and a long letier from gentleman appeared in Tire strongly favoring the propo The object to stimulate the spirit of patriotism in the youth of Amer ica by teaching them that their homes and schools were under tho protection of the national Notwithstanding its strong support both within and without the the bill failed to become a law lo the great disappointment of its While the schools in other places are flagless or are securing them by the private contributions of pupils and parents an enterprising citizen of Bur lington proposes to donate to every public school in the city a new regulation national To this end he has dressed a communication to each of the principals of the schools making an offer of a flag upon very simple such as cau easily be complied and so it a probable that in a short while everyschool in the city will fly the na tional colors during the hours school is in Here Is a copy of the offer mailed yes terday to each principal May Ir6f and Teachers and Pupils With the consent of the school I make you the following If will send to me a statement through your that eachr in your school has been taught answer without any hesitation dons I will present to your without any a United States flag of regulation dimensions fif teen feet long and of best The staff for same is to be made and by a firstclass mechanic andfatir large number of who are interested in theYe held a meeting 1 sidcr matters pretainJngtl ment of the state cussed at some t of the supreme court i circulating pet congress to let liquor and pointed I for mass temperance j ing there next Sunday i Cadding the the Morning observe with last wock neither the EYK nor the Chicago news monumental error and or thosn people over therti tells are web footed will shnt down of When the poudcnts fail to run in item about Wa Sal Wilds getting beaut byterian parsonage or Defelsnort bis 1 it U a cold night in J T lowing patents graoteS T ventors Curpet stretcher and t Story City trolley alarm Deft 1 chine tuck lUliiW holding wall coverlnjf Webster Cltyicarc hamc and mortlHlna worfcmanUkemanner under the vision oPthe The staff and to be paid for by era mud fc Jl awl William Bock 57th Kew I have been i ache and dyspepsia or of to be ache lastingtwo or 1 I think I most haveH different remedies mended as bat It thought I wonMi purgation with the first week I then one that time I and never pain Disease oner 1 eventually AH thep the system gtomo Such and new i its oat with away the parts with Brandief alsolntely any Sold in eftfter plain o Tne safety i qoftf tilt   

From 1607 To The Present

Once upon a time newspapers were our main source of information. Now those old newspapers are a reliable source for hundreds of years of history and secrets of the past. Now you can search for people, places, and events without the hassle of sorting through mountains of papers!

Growing Every Second

Newspaper Archive is the world's largest online newspaper database featuring over 130 million newspaper pages. Plus our database expands by one newspaper page per second for a total of around 2.5 million pages per month! The value of your membership grows along with it.

Genealogy Made Simple

Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!

Choose the Membership Plan that is right for you!

Unlimited 6 Month

$99.95 (45% Savings!)

Unlimited page views for 6 months Learn More

Unlimited Monthly

$29.95

Unlimited page views for 1 month Learn More

Introductory

$9.95

25 page views for 1 month Learn More

Subscribe or Cancel Anytime by calling 888-845-2887

24 hours a day Monday-Saturday

Take advantage of our Introductory Membership offer and become a member for 1 month only for $9.95!

Your full introductory membership payment will be credited toward the cost of full membership any time you choose to upgrade!

Your Membership Includes:
  • 25 page views for 1 month
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a Monthly Membership only for $29.95
Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a 6 Month Membership only for $99.95
Best Value! Save -45%
Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!

What our Customers Say:

"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.

"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.

"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.

Search Billions of Newspaper Articles 130 Million+ Pages and More Added Weekly!

Uncover 400+ Years
of Newspaper Archives
(1607 to today!)

Browse by Date

Research Newspaper Articles from 11 Countries
& all 50 U.S. States

Browse by Location

Explore 6,200+ Current &
Historical Newspaper Titles
and Counting!

Browse by Publication