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   Burlington Hawk-Eye (Newspaper) - May 30, 1890, Burlington, Iowa                                ESTABLISHED SSlL PACEACE BUT Wilsons Liquor Transportation Measure Passes the THE BURLINGTON Much Dlgcniwlan and SarcMm Indulged in Regarding ith and Harbor BUI Wanhington May the senate rising to a question of personal had read an article from a local containing a statement by Major director of the geological in reference to Stewarts recent in which 1owell spoke of the movement as instigated by landsbarks and Hpeculators for the purpose of gob bling up irrigable lands and establish ing a sort of hydraulic feudal Stewart an outline of what had boon done in the work of stim ulating Irrigation in the far west recisiitiy and by way of I he hud usitd more than half of tinappropriation in vast andexpensivo of no practical use for the object in view and intimated that Powell had onoriiious power in both houses from his giving employment to a lot of young HOIIK and of members of congress and that ho kept an enormous lobby in Washington to control tho action of con The bureuii of geology and mliiorulogy was Stewart but a mass of humbug and Gonmtn defended Major Powoll as ii valuable public who discharged his duly Toller introduced a joint resolu tion sotting forth that it is the deter mined policy of the States gov ernment ID use both gold and silver as full legal tender money under the rates now existing in Iniiod States or which may hereiiflor bo established by United States iiliine or acting in ac cord with other niil It was laid on llif table mid ordered The im ported liijiinr bill was then taken the being on the following substi tute offered by Quay to the substitute from the judiciary That distilled or other intoxicating transferred as an articleof oiiimnoreo mbrought into any state or territory from a or place outside of such stiitc or territory for tho ciiiisiiniplion or sale shall not be nor owner or person in possession thereof bo exempt from tho njiiratiiiii of the policy or taxing powers of such state or torri lory or applicable to all other like property by reasons of such liquors being in the original package of Importation or transportation as subjects of interstate or foreign Crays was agreed to iiiiys The nays wore Allen Plum Wilson of Vest moved to amend tho substi tute by milking it apply to fresh lamb and and argued that if the bill was to a law it should not ho confined to intoxicating This was the time ho know of the supremo conn being a suggestor of The proposed law would produce Hut if he woro wrong in his position and the friends of the bill wore then Inwanted to give the ciittleniiseis of tinwosl the same privi leges granted the Iowa legislature in re gard to the exclusion uf alcoholic stimu He hail sciveii on the senate com mittee in relation m the beef business foiinil in alarming stale of things iu Iho inspection of heel Tinvote on Vests amendment was voiis nays Ihe yeas being Stewart nf ollorod i substi tute for tilays timoiiiluiont providing thai transported into my state or territory for consumption or stor age shall on Ilieir arrival be subject lo tliinporiition and ofloot of tho linvsof such Mute or torriiory enacleil in exor cise of its police powor and shall not ho exempt thorolmin by reason of their bo ing inlroilnced in original Wilsons substitute was to The hill then in as fol lows YOIIS llis of Pad Saw Wilson of Vonrhoos moved lo iiniond tho lillo by making il A bill to over rule tho ilecislon of the supremo court of the Iniiod Stalesin its interpretation of the construction of ihe oiiiistitiition on the subject of coimnorcc between the several anil thereby relievo tho stale of lown from the consequences of lior own misifiiidod The title was then amended m nmUvin of ol lo rend A hill to limit the effect of the regulations of commerce the sovoral states and with foreign countries in certain Tho river anil harbor bill was received from the ami referred to the com mittee on commerce nnd the senate ad journed until thirteen the of most important being passed without the noon hour arrived and the question of further meetings was Senator Sherman suggested daily ses sions of ten hours each ID order to hurry matters This met with opposi tion from both Senator Hiscock moved a subcommittee be appointed to prepare such a schedule I as would be advocated by the party on 1 the floor of the that each side submit its schedule to the other side as soon as no change being made as to the question of giving oral The changes made in the chemical tchedule today are all reductions and were proposed by the Kone of them were of any The committee will grant a hearing to repre sentatives of importers The democratic members will not formulate a but will express their views in a n OESEEAL FRIDAY MAY IN A FURNACE OF Terrible Death of Capt Drum mond at He PerUhes in a Fire that the Pleasant Scale dicr Boys Will go Camping Other State A Propound Tariff Bill May Plumb today proposed as an amendment to the McKinloy bill tho bill introduced by him for tho appointment of a permanent cus toms commission to investigate and re port upon all matters affecting the The Railroad May railroad commissioners convention today adopted resolutions favoring uniform classifica greater uniformity in annual reports and railway On the matter of safety appliances the members of the convention almost unanimously favored legislation requiring tinrailroads to be supplied with tin latest improved coup The Land Grant Forfeiture May The land grant forfeiture bill was reported to the house today by of It is made up of parts of tho senate Allowing settlers to make entry of for feited lands under the provision of the homestead law is part of th new Tho cost u settlers of the restored lands is fixed at an Special to The May disastrous fire occurred in this city this afternoon between one and two at which also occurred the death of one of our oldest which has greatly shocked the The Mtj Pleasant scale near Adams just north of the was found to be on fire and before water could be pro it being very and witii a strong the eastern building was consumed with much of its The building burnt was not very but there was no in surance and it is a total Steele and comprising the Pleasant Manufacturing lost a large part of their stock of machinery and tools at insured for Captain Dmmmond has a shop and office iu one corner of the build where he made models and executed applications for He was at his desk when Johnson came in and notified him the building was on In stead of removing his he was The council has entered into J a contract with an eastern firm to place lights in the town and have agreed to take street lamps that will cost almost per As the city is now taxed to its full limit many of the citizens are wondering where the money is to come Indicted Special to The HswkEyeJ DES May indicted aldermen and exaldermen will be ar raigned Saturday morning in the crimi nal None of the aldermen Drady need appear except by counsel to Drady is indicted on the more serious charge of a MEMORIAL Held at the First Church Last Sunday Eloquent and Patriotic Addrem by Euclid Baptist Glowing Tri bute to American and will be obliged to appear in court to tried this Xone of them will be loiva 1ublic Building May 15ills for the erection of public buildings in the fol lows places were reported to the house today reducing the amount from to Oska reducing the amount from to IlHUgril for Way licnjainiu Hawkins was hanged at noon today for the murder of his iu BOULANSES A DEAD Deserted uy nix He Abandons AU Political May Boulanger has abandoned all of his political aspira Mis last hope was extinguished by the result of the second ballots for the municipal council of Paris at the election bold threo weeks when his adherents woro successful in but two arondissments out of Tho orstwhile dough ty general has realized at last that instead of a dictator ho is now but a fragment of a lost There is no hope for him in tho All his loading lieutenants have abandoned him to his and oven Advocate probably the foremost lawyer in France who into tin Boulanger campaign with more than his character istic zoaI and enthusiasm and who has contributed and raised thousands of fiancs for the various Uoulangor cam paigns of the last two has notified the exile the jig is that he lionlangor is a dead duck so far as French politics aro concerned and that lionlaiigcrisin is no longer an liiuilangors fall has in a measure been as great as that of Loss than liftoon months ago he was triumphantly elected for Paris and tho strength and enthusiasm of his following threatened the continued existence of tho Today he is an without means of Ills own and actually dependent for ex istence upon tho good nature of a certain Ic whoso interest in his fortunes thus far has boon strongly tinc tured with the prospect that his political success would enable her oust an anchor to Whether she will continue to favor him with her smiles and her bank ac count remains to bo If she does not only two things arc in and poultry on this side of tho prison on Xo wonder then the most recent letters from who a year ago imagined that tho consulship was within his arc tinged with a melancholy and sadness that indicates his belief that tho world has no future for found soon after in the same ap parently in much suffering he was car ried out to Bowman Kauffmans across the and in a few minutes was Cerebral probably inducod by the seemed to be the immediate causoof his He was over sixty years of an old resident of this was iu the Mexican war and was captain of Company K in the Fourth Iowa His remains will be buriod at Hickory four miles north of on the post of which he was a attending in a A MARSHALLTOWN FAMILYS A Large Inheritance Awaiting the Order of May has just been discovered that a fortune in Ger many is awaiting a former resident of this whose present whereabouts is Thirteen years aw anil John Jeta emigrated to Marshall town from the maiden name was Susanna her parents being wealthy residents of Gan a small inland vil lage in Several years later Jeta learned that her parents were both Moses a Hebrew friend of the Jctas of this wrote to Germany for them to learn about the disposal of the Xo reply was ever received until last Tues when a letter came informing him that his note of inquiry had been mis laid and had just after lying among some old papers for The letter informed Stern that quite an with a considerable amount of accrued was awaiting the order of lut in tho meantime the family has moved away from here to parts and it is questionable whether they will ever learn of the lega cy that is lying subject to their order across the ANXIOUS TO BNTEE A A Welsh Karon Who Wants to Pass Ills Itemainiiig Days as a May a Welsh has appeared at the Trap pist monastery in this county and desires to become a member of the He is HAWKETE SrcrcK BY A a was struck by a train on the Northwestern Wednesday while walking on the track near He will Mrcn Within the past month Webster county has sent live in sane women to the and the in sanity rate is appallingly larger than that of any county in the AT The Cedar Valley Pharmaceutical association held its annual meeting at The new pharmacy law will be discussed and the action of the meeting will determine whether the druggists will take out per mits or DANIELS DIVORCE A renewed interest was created Wednesday in the The vast auditorium of the First church crowded to its utmost seat ing capacity last Sunday evening upon Daniels divorce case at Milwaukee by an alleged discovery that Daniels re cently lived at the Hadfield Wau three weeks under tho assumed name of THE DES MOIXESRIVKB LAND The printed record of the Des Moines river land cases makes fil7 pages and is quite a This was prepared in part by Connor coun sel for the and Attorney General assisted by Whiting for tho United It is ex pected that the case will come up in the United States court at Fort Dodge at the June A LETTER of Miner South was mar ried Tuesday to Miss Lizzie of Mosalem Dubuque Thil never saw his bride until four days previous to his when he came to Her brother lived on the next farm to Thills in South Dakota He told Thill of his sister at A correspondence ensued and the young people became Thill came to Dubuque last meeting Miss fell more in love than They were happily married in the pres ence of a large A PATHETIC mail named Fred IJonus applied for lodging for him self and his two little children at the Council Bluffs police station Sunday lie told a very pathetic story about himself and his family He was formerly a welltodo farmer in Audubon After a few years of wedded happiness his wife proved false to him and left the country with their two small Siiice that time he has gone all over the country hunting for and has spent his en tire fortune in making what he was many times almost induced to give up as a fruitless At last he found one of his children in Kansas and the other in He arrived at the Bluffs penniless but happy in the possession of the little ones lie had searched for so They spent tho night in the jail and in the morning wero furnished sufficient money to take thorn to their old home in Audubon the occasion of the union memorial serv unable to obtain re mained standing or went It is estimated that from eighteen hundred to two thousand people were in cluding the the Womans Heliel the Sons of and Company of the Iowa National Theservices were described in THE HAWKEYE of last but no ade quate idea could be given of the elo quence of the speaker of the evening and the vigor and thoughtful tone of his At our Rogers has kindly furnished us with the manuscript ofhis that we may gratify the general desire of our readers to have it as a permanent record of the occasion and as a worthv tribute to the veteran The war truth right was right and did peace waved her Bag of virgin plenty shook her banners port was opened wide and all oppressed of all the world were uuritedtoenterinand be at rest and build a home and live for good and do for Liberty seized the trump and blew a blast so loud that the world heard her they heard her in vitation to come across the seas and live with and shed lead them in ways of peace where no tyrants yoke could and no titled fiend could The in vitation was general and it was and many were the heartswhich leaped for joy as they left the old world for the left the narrow prison of the east for the broad commons of the thus thousands and tens of thousands swarmed our came and com nation the nation Of the second war with the mother country and how the victory at Xew Or leans established our freedom to the seas I must not nor must I tell you of the war with so full of gallantry from the Rio Grande until in the face of the morning of September of our flag shook out its victorious in and has permitted his younger brother to live on the ancestral estate and enjoy the He has a large in which he has used in traveling about the but lie has become dis gusted with life and is anxious to pass the remainder of his days in monastic re tirement and the service of WILL 60 IluodN at May telegraphic communications and nearly all railway traffic is interrupted by the floods result ing from excessive The weather continues The villages if Sail An tonio and 1nentas Grandos are partly in THE A llulldillK Itllls WASHINGTON May The committee on public lands reported back to the son uuthe bill svith amendments for general forfeiture of land grants ordennl printed and senate bill was passed for the re lief of the widow of Bear Admiral Mc of gave notice that he wonld on Tuesday next ask the house to consider the McDuffieTurpie contested election The house then wont into committee of Uio whole on public building Tho following bills were laid aside favor ably increasing the appropriation to Sioux South Kock Island Sioux Kansas Racine Wis Fort Thore was a lively tilt on the question of public building bills brought out by the bill for a public building at Bar Harbor Mills had asked what the direction of the committee and Milllken replied two republican bills would bo taken up and then one demo cratic Mills thought this un fair and that the committee should alter nate between the two Allen declared that the whole sys tem was vicious and that politics should have nothing to do vith the The committee finally the agri cultural bill was reported and the house adjourned until THE Aniiuul iiie of CKIIAU May the annual mooting of the stockholders of the Cedar Katrids and North ern road Tuesday the following board of directors was chosen for a term of three years Lyman Cook and George Cable was elected to fill the vacancy created by the death of and Truesdel was elected to fill that occasioned by the demise of The following officers were also elected Ives vice Robert Williams Hollister secretary and assistant Ehu Senate tftnmnoe Conm jBff May senate nuance committee this morning took up ftheUriffbill considered It hy para subject to frequent The whemical schedule was first taken first notto recommend that question many other in The PaKnenecr May general pas senger agents of the western railroads mot today and in accordance with the present understanding agreed to restore the rates on June 9 to the basis iu effect December 31 It is understood the TransMissouri association will order the restoration of rates from the Missouri river to Colorado A Railroad Derision Xew May motion Jo con tinue the injunction obtained by restraining the sale of the Alton and Tcrre Haute between Terrc Haute and east Su Louis for came up before Justice Lawrence in the supreme court and the de cision was The Ladira The pleasant effect and the perfect safety with which ladies may use the li quid fruit Syrup of under all conditions make it their favorite rem It is pleasing tothe eye and to the yet effectual in acting on the liver and Death of May for thirty years a practicing physician in this city and many years president of the Peoria Scientific association died to day Change of monthly ir hoi are cured by Miles Free samples at Wittee efocm May Abbott today signed the ballot reform Fixed For the Annual Kiicaniiuuents of the State Special to The HKS May Gen eral Green will tomorrow morning issue an order giving dates of tho brigade The first brig General Wright will go into camp August The first reg August 4 fourth Au gust and the sixth August Tho location of the different camps have not as yet been General this morning issued an order giv ing tho Muscatino company permission to leave tho state to attend tho military drill at Kansas Juno 2 to A BEAUTIFUL GIRL Miss Klla of MUonouKh Missing for Ten May of the village of this are greatly excited over tho mysterious dis appearance of Ella a handsome young who left homo ten days ago to visit a sister at She was traced on the Wabash railroad to noar whore all clues were A reward of is offered for in formation as to her She is twentyfour years old and a THEY DONT BEAD THE German Farmers Swindled by Lightning Rod MASON May rod swindlers are working this perpetrating their frauds principally up on German They claim tohave bought feet of and wanting to introduce their rod offer to give the un suspecting granger all he needs if he will pay a nominal sum for points and Upon close examination of the contract by the insertion of a coma every point and brace ordered is equivalent to twenty feet of A number of farmers of this county have been SKIPPED TO PARTS An Agent for a Chicago Publishing House Said to be a MASON May who has been representing the Manual Musical Publishing of in this has left this going to parts Officers think they have located him in It is understoood that he collected a large sum of money from the sale of the manual and skipped without making any account of GOING FOB Eleven Thonmul of the Pests Killed Near May are just in from a novel In Stanton west of several farmers united to hunt which had be come very numerous in that The losing side was to pay for a supper and Each side was to cut off the tails of the gophers and they were to be One side had tails and the other A Des Merchant DBS May Coch a retail dry goods merchant of this has made an assignment to John Wyman for the benefit of his His assets are His creditors hold against him amounting to Besides these claims mort gagee against the real estate and dry goods stocks amounting to are on Curtilage College Special to The May Motch Mishlcr and Miss Belle Bol ton graduated at the eighteenth annual commencement exercises of Carthage College this Miss of Senora who is not only a handsome blonde but a right good was the She also received the Trossler gold medal for the best essay on Tennysons Inn of has been in attend ance upon the meeting of the board of lie is one of the loading Luth eran ministers of the west and is doing good work for Carthage The Billiard SAN May straight rail billiard match for three thousand one thousand per between Schaofcr and McCleery began Schacfer missed the first and third making four in the sec McCleery made two when Schacfer began again getting the balls on the carried them around the table four stopping when he had made one thousand The position was marked and Schaefer will resume tomorrow Democratic Special to The HawkEye May democratic of Mercer mot in session yesterday at the city Forgy was elected chairman and Eames The only business done was the appointing of a consisting of a delegate from each township whose work it would be to look after and select delegates to the congressional and senatorial con Distinguished Arrivals at May Harrison and party arrived here at and were received by a salute of twenty one The city is handsomely deco rated and thousands of people were on the streets to see the distinguished The first city troop of horses es corted the president to the residence of Ban the vice president and cabinet ministers going to private Worth In all diseases of the nasal mucous mem i rmedj sea be nonirritating The mediad profession has been slow to learn this satisfactory can be accomp lished with powders orsyr because they are all do not thoroughly reach the affected surfaces and should be abandoned as worse tnan A multitude of persons who had forvears borne all the worry and pain that catarrh can Five Hunan Lives May A block of frame buildings accupied by cheap lodg ing beer halls and was burned this and two hun dred out of three hundred inmates of the block barely escaped with their It is thought five at least perished The total loss is fifty thousand Tne Bert Mitto GaL Stand fast therefore in the UDmty wherewith Christ hath mode us I have been asked many times to preach a sermon from that text wherein Paul tells the Epehsians to put on the whole armor of but I always thought myself too little to handle a sub ject so great a theme so heavy demands a chivalric As there are sub jects which make a man feel his insig so there are occasions when only the great should speak occasions when common men grow more com mon as they feel their littleness when common men feel their lack of powor to Such an occasion is the present and such is the feeling which the speaker Loving mi country as I interested in all that she has and and is to having done nothing to establish her primacy among the but standing in the presence of a hundred men who took their lives in their hands and pre sented thorn as a free will offering to my is it any wonder that I should feel my own my own my utter inability to say one word of interest or express one thought which can instruct But something must be said and the task is and let me say right here on the threshold of this service that I pray the good God to hand out an especial blessing to all the brave veterans who are with us Xext Friday is Memorial At each recurring 30th of May as the nation pays tribute to her soldier the thoughtful citizen is wont to open the door and in through the corridors of the He mingles with that band of English Christians who in 1003 gathered on the dreary com mon between Hull and in York Old men wonthere who had suf fered heroically for JCMIS and conscience were to the women dearer far than native and many a full of the zeal and fire of early strode through the re solved to adopt the alternative of ex and to count neither nor nor friends so dear as tlio exorcise of his faith and his Later we stand at the waters edge at Delft Haven amid the congregation of old men and women and children and view the parting scene be tween those faithful followers of a still more faithful The Mayflower and the Speedwell at anchor lay await ing the precious limited ca pacity of tho two ships forbid the em barkation of very many of the the majority must stay behind while the few set sail for the Land of the the last goodbyes aro flow and fathers choke and mothers sob and children weep to see the others the leader in the way of the devout Robinson delivers his last charge to those about to would like to go himself but he yields his place to another and a younger he we are now quickly to part from one and whether I may live to see your face on earth the God of heaven only knows but I charge you be fore God and His blessed angels that you follow mo no further than you have seen me follow the Lord Jesus and as the vessels leave the shore we look back and see the Godly man kneeling atthe waters and with bared head and folded hands and heart uplifted to the very mercy seat praying the God of wind and storm to spare his scattered flock and to bless them in the unknown land across the The bold adventurers pursue their way Mayflower with her one hundred heroes for tho right plows the mighty seas for many at a world is continent of the west breaks upon their gaze and we feel with them the thrill of discovery and of and with them we thank the God of all that they reached tho shore where they wero free to worship God in spirit and in Brave men where they and good who touched our shores those long years loyal to the loyal to makers of rearers of fellers of forests and founders of Thank God for the foundation stones of our were bowlders of embedded in the heart of truths everlasting were laid to and if we but build as we were fearing trusting worshiping America shall stand until Gods the glorious shall mark the time no more and the earth shall melt with fervent I have not the time to tell lured by hope and driven by the peo ple of the old world swarmed the shores of the no must I speak of their dream of independence and how the yoke of distant Kings grew heavy and how they chafed and fretted and one day resolved that free theyd be and in dependent or theyd Then came war and had I the gift of eloquence Id take you from Lexington tp Valley where hope almost and Id go with you to Yorktown where the sun came np without a cloud and went down on America forever free from the folds from the heights of old Then came years of great then came years of rapid vil lages became cities and tho cities by the inland lakes began to assume tho bustle and the business of seaport But while corporations and individuals toiled and toiling grew in the nation was pretending to be what she was not in The fathers had proclaimed in language strong and lofty that all men are created free and that they are endowed by their Creator with certain iualienable that among these are liberty and the pursuit of happi We said to the world See behold home of land of the but every slave within our borders said it is not mother torn from her babe at the auction block said it is not thats a The majority of men thought that slavery was so strongly was the wrong buttressed and bastionod within the battlements of public Some said its a lets poultice it with compromise and no harm will other men of clearer vision and of greater love said it is a it is it is and the groat God looked on and said it shall not Ill cut the cancer out and Ill bid the nation You remember black the cloud grew and bow heavy and you remember how at last it The shot was fired at butSumter stout for liberty no ear was million men resolved that right should live anil wrong should bite the Freedom made a vow and high heaven heard and recorded it with joy that slavery should slavery held aloft the knife to plunge at free doms heart but brave and your and your your and your sons bared their breasts and took the blow but freedom lived and lives while slavery is dead and never shall live again within the farextending borders of this fairest nation which the sun visits iu his daily Oh how bold they bravo they were and how those men who left home and friends and all their peaceful and breasted on a thou sand fields the iron hail of war how thick the bullets flew in those terri ble days and how far Tho boy was killed at the and father and mother and sister and brother wore sorely wounded at the hillside so far Hearts throbbed out their treas ures for God and native land as though it had been sentiment and not Our debt of gratitude to the men who fought is very we can never pay may but their sound is may feel but cant ex press the debt they owe to the brave do fenders of the Many of the gallant how who fought so died as heroes do upon the they said goodby to but mother was not there to soothe the pains was far away and could not catch the last words from dear brothers how many of tho wounded boys could have said as one did say On the field of the All the nljfht alone I lay Anirels watehins oer Till the breaking of the 1 lay thinking of mother And the lovinjr ones it Till to our dear Boy 1 seem to He to you On my infant knee to A SOUTHERN GALA The Unveiling of Lees Monument An Inunenae Throng in the Celebration Andersons Al federates weather here is clear and balmy and Since early morning the streets have been crowded with people from out of town and military organizations which are to take part in the As the various commands reach their start ing points with some familiar officer at their head they are greeted with cheers Chief Slarshal General Fitz Hugh Generals Johnston and Longstreet received ovations as they moved from place to Shortly after 12 oclock the procession moved to the monument around which the different were As soon as the distinguished guests were all Governor as president of the Lee Monument associa aroso and called the assemblage to After a brief prayer Governor McKinney introduced General Early as chairman of the He was greeted with prolonged applause and Ho made no speech but in a few well chosen words introduced the orator of the Colonel Archer Colonel Andersons address was an elo quent in while abating not a jot of love and admiration for was so couched in words as not to jar upon the sensibilities of the most ardent union He began with the statement that a people was known by its and by that record tho world always gave its most devoted admiration to He in a masterly the transcendant qualities necessarily united m the groat was not one of the greatest bu t a man of an absolutely unblemished Christian It was a singular felicity of Virginia to have produced two great stainless military Washington and The orator gave an elaborate biographical review of the generals dwelt upon the painful struggle which it cost him to decide whether H give his allegiance to the nation or his native statefinally in place of ambitious In the face of an offer of the command of tho union army he decided that duty called him to stand by Tho speaker then sketched Leos campaigns in illus tration his military genius touched upon tho moderation and good sense of tin north at the close of tho struggle anil its happy results spoke of Leos dignified life and closed with a brilliant Fvery point of Andersons address was greeted with and several times ho was obliged to suspend his re At the conclusion of his General Joseph Johnson drew aside tho veil which covered the As it came into view a mighty shout went up and the assemblage became wild with The Lee monument is situated at the intersection of two broad streets In the fashionable residence It con sists of a white granito 40 feet with six pedestals for statutes of Lees generals to be placed Upon a pedestal stands the bronze equestrian statute of twenty feet It represents Lee upon the battle field of the white both horse and in all theaf rical effects being It is tho work of the French Decorated With Rebel May one climbed up tho statue of George Wash ington in tho state house grounds this morning and put con federate flags in the hands of the Several protests wore entered against the Hags being al lowed to remain but the authori ties refused to take them great tamofl i to mparUla is strictly and isrt land itisposBiWe roots and herbs are carefullj afly and only the tnatrromtne time of purchase until Hoods Sareaparflla is everythiiur is care Tnujwatcnea with a new to attaining the TThydontyoutrylr of Hancock Special to Tie May The Han cock county republican convention will be held in June to nominate candidates for county offi cers and to select delegates to the state congressional and senatorial convention primaries June On the other Extract recom eminent members of the medical facnlrr has and Browa Into motic ever over 4be despots yoke of When great ora tors speak to their countrymen of the glory of the their hearts their words glow and glitter and throw off and all who hear catch the fervor and bless God for the men of brawn and the men of sol diers and the heroes of the sword and who fought so brave ly and thought so clearly daring those seven sacred years of When little three centuries stood for Protestantism and freedom against the millions of the papal and in the heat of the struggle the young republic seemed about to be Prince of the champion of the righteous received a letter from one of his generals asking him if he had effected a treaty with France or Eng land securing their William Before I undertook the cause of the op pressed Christians in these I made a close alliance with the King of and I doubt not He will give us the and as with of three centuries so with the leading spirits of the revolution two hundred years knew no fear save the fear of and they made a dose alliaflce with the King of kings and doubted not that he would give them the trusted they kept their powder with sturdy blows they battered down the Jigtt I tooMitS victory perched upon their EreeOm dried sailedaoif Kept my heart from Vv hen the vision passed In the gray of Comrades bore me to the town From my bosom tender fingers Washed the blood that triekleil I must soon be Going to the home of rest Kiss me as of my Press me nearer to your Would I could repay mother For your faithful love und eare God uphold and bless In the bitter woe you Kiss me for my little Kiss my loved so well When you sit Toll them how their brother Tell to them the mother When 1 sleep beneath the That I died to save my All from love to her and Leaning on the Of the One who died for Peace is in my Hark 1 hear the angels call Dont you hear them mother Listen to the musics Now 1 leave loving Ood be with Fare you And thus he died and thus many a brave boy died and left a place which al this earth can never therean and homes there are to which oacl soldier boy every thing then Give the dead But seal not is For hell fall into rankj if you utter hb naui Sleep ooy in And dream the dream Good night to thy but good morn to thj with each recurring year the na tion bows her head in reverence whi loving hands bestrew the graves of these gallant defenders of the with well twined garlands of bud and and in the sflence and the hush of the citi of the dead we can feel a gratitude which we can never In twas tho of saw a thousand stalwart men march thro the main street of native village bound for In June of 05 the living ones Their journey up tha beautiful Chenango valley in the old Em pire state was one continual mile below our village the brave boys leaped from the carriages and fell into line thousands of sparrows had come from far and near to catch a glimpse oJ those eagles from the front a long pro cession was formed brass com mittee of ladies committee in fire These all passed and were met by cor dial silence then came the war marked they went away they came back so rich was every man in loyalty of heart several flags had passed as gay as wings of but here was one poor rag before my eyes that was tattered by the battles storm and torn by the tempests of war the dyes of the dyer were dim but the death of its defenders had made those tints sub lime my heart warmed to that old flag as it never could warm to the What did I care for the gallant beaus who carried buttonhole boquets What attractions for me had all the pomp and pageantry of the home guard in their glittering Hrhen right here before my eyes were these dear old smoky fel maimed and whoseold likeness yon could not see because of scars and seams that told of heroic daring and patriotic I have a friendly salute for but the brave defender of the flag I hail as friend and savior of the nation pray God to lead all the boys in blueby stately marches into an the glories of the shining we number of people and not one of aH the host bondman or Knocked Down by a May The Thomas postmaster here under Johnson and again under Cleve was knocked down by a bicycle on the street and probably fatally his head striking a He is still is one of the most prominent democrats of central The llvnnepin Caiml Appropriation Strliken XKW May The senate com mittee has stricken out the Henncpin canal appropriation from the river and harbor Its friends believes that it will be put back in the PRICE 15 CHITS PER WEHL tions to report at the teachers meeting Saturday Miss teacher of and at representative from each school were lected as a committee to securean appro priate floral design in of the city The besides Miss of the following ladies Miss Maggie Miss Hattie Van Miss Anna Miss Miss Miss Miss Nona Miss Miss Bosler and Miss Mr Fultz and Eggert of the high school were appointed ushers at the The following principals were selected as pall bearers principal Sort Hill school principal Prospect Hill school principal High school Htun principal South Boundary school principal South Hill school principal North Oak Legitimnte Some kinds of business are carried on in a very unsatisfactory way the regret to note that some few dealers are pursuing a very disagree able and inconsistent mode of obtaining business by going from person to person soliciting and annoyfng people who should know enough to choose for themselves whom they should The newspapers are the life of any city and those who advertise are the news papers supporters and in return should bo supported by the When yon are accostedby one of these canvassers for your say you reason to suppose he was out of business as you had not seen his Gentle advertise and give some tone to your business and go bogging for patronage when you can jet tlio people know so easily through tho press what yon have and bargains you can MK urn The real tho What shall we do with the dogs Not the kind gentle faithful companion and but tlio hundreds of worthless curs that infest our They snap and bite you on tile streets when especially in tlio evening and at nights they frighten your horse when riding or driving they throw the little ones into spasms should they happen to como into a strange They are really an abomination in the sight of everybody except their who delight and are amused by watching them running after and annoying people as they pass Shooting and cold poi son is certainly none too bad for if there is anyway for punishing the owners for maintaining a nuisance they should como in for i Where is the dug catcher and the clogtax Send them out in the streets of our offering them a larger per cent for scalps than for tax Then only may we pass on the streets unmo lested and sloop without the boisterous night A hydrophobia scare might help the Weiltleil A happy wedding nccurrcd Wednesday evening at tho residence of Oliver Star the parties being the sunshine of tho parential Miss Gladys and this Rogers The young people aro well known in the having a largo circle of acquaint ances and Many costly and use ful gifts were showered upon the happy Burlington we are glad to bo their future In common all the friends of tho nowly wedded pair THE HAWKEVE extends congratu AluHt he 11 A lady living in Burlington in a note to Tin HAWKEYB about a charitable institution adds this paragraph about her fuvoritn paper The man that said Tins HAWKEVE was as pretly as a red wagon must be a Tennosseean that invited his Iowa cousin to como back there to got that the girls wero as pretty as red shoes with blue We liave taken THE HAWKEYE for over thirty years and like our noble little state It heads tho Iunx in the From the Detroit Free Pretty bad soil hero for a isnt It said tho potato I should think it said tho Im los ing strength every and I never had much to begin I dont got along worth a I cant get ahead saM the Im going to I know I cant got long at said thi Nor said the f get long or This isnt fit for a berrying said tho but here comes tlio dry all of Iefcatn SAX May of New tonight de feated Billy of in nine rounds at the California Atheletic KIK Flouring Mill May Laclede lour owned by Kehler was en tirely burned early this The loss is estimated at fully in LOCAL Koat Club band held a rehearsal last night in preparation for todays The hoys had a good drill and aro now ready to make a good show ing on the streets and in of themosl intolerable nuisances in especially as affecting West is the dust on upper Jefferson street above the It seemithat fate has selected that unfortunate spot upon which to vent her spleen and even up for not being allowed to throw dust in tne eyes of the down town she does it with a committee on Memorial Day ob servances request the tolling of the church and school bells today at 2 that being the hour the services at the graves of the dead soldiers will The bells should be tolled fortytwo con secutive It is hoped that all the bells in the city will be heard at that as the committee wish to make the day all that Its name say that Tracy thought he would show the boys what he could do the other and in proof of his prowess he pi lot ted the John Taylor to Oquawka and We havent the least doubt that Tracy did a good job of and are even of the opinion that we could perform a similar feat in as satisfactory a manner even if we dont know the Mark Twain from the Lar board We always had an idea that was something most anybody could Meeting of Committee on for A meeting of the principals of the pub lic together with Antrobes as representative of the school was held yesterday afternoon for the pur pose of consummating the arrangements f Saundersons An trobus was called to the Mc ullongh stated that Saunderson had a wish that the principals of the schools and the school board take charge of his and that the fam ly now desired this plan carried On motion An trobus was selected to deliver a short address in behalf of the school board and It was moved and earned also that the teachers of the city schools meet at the high school building Saturday morning at oclock and ceed thence to the Cbi hnreh in ArrangemAi also made for their conveyance ehnrch to the From the New York The editor of the is the owner of onehorned yaller with no pedi gree but from all accounts she is a During the last furnishing the milk for a family of ten she has furnished more than 8100 worth of additional which has been sold to the editors who have had the misfortune to own cows with long pedi When it comes to downright use it is hard to beat the old fashioned Varmont who travels on her character and not on her pedi Interested in Professor Science is to lec ture Cant 1 go Dear me Whats got into you Miss hes to lecture on Sun and Im just wild to get a food cure for Ywk goes young Van You should see his latest masterpiece land scape A re presenta an artists palette awfully nat by the the daubs of color are executed so beautifully that you wonld almost believe they were Airs and No There goes He can put on more airs than any man I ever One would think all his ancestor were Chance Companion Airs Highfly is the meekest man I ever gentle as a lamb and profuse with Business Man What line are you in Com a Magulres Benne for nearly 50 yearn the infallible Thousands of testimonial Indorsed by the WesteratSanitary army hospital steam boat Taken in time a sure pre entrve of Asiatic Battle of the The league leaders today will cross Terre Haute took two out of three games on their home Burlington must return the See the boys do Two games today forenoon and People Who Were In awl Oat of Childrens hate at Nassau and went to Sew Tort city last a prominent politician was In the city Was Mildred Biiey this noon for short viatt with to and of Xarehalltownv are upending a few days with their At the Haute bwebaDelufei V and Shaw   

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