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   Burlington Hawk-Eye (Newspaper) - June 4, 1890, Burlington, Iowa                                THE BJL HlWKEYE ESTABLISHED WEDNESDAY JUNE 4 1890 HHEOt SPEECH IS SILVER Various Views Expressed of th Bill Before the The Bontine In the Clayton Brecldnridge Election to Can Juno th memorial and otlier papers presented ii the senate and referred were resolution from the Louisiana extending thanks to congress and the president foi the relief afforded the sufferers from thi recent Mississippi The senate bill for preventing the adulteration of food and drugs was re ported and placed on the A resolution was offered by Edmunds Jor an investigation by the committee on fisheries into the management of the lish commissioners After som debate the resolution wont over until to iilttlr from the committee on edu cation and Inbor reported the senate bil to provide for abligutory attendance ai school of children in and the sen ate bill without riscominendtion to or ganize bureaus of information relating to occupation and means o livelihood was placed on the The tiill was then taken and Pugli addressed the His speed was largely devoted to ii criticism of tin tariff At the conclusion of 1ngbs speech the silver bill was temporarily laid aside ane the following senate bills taken from tli calendar and passed To amend a sec tion of the revised statutes so as to make It any person who withdraws any fermented lijiior from any keg or other vessel upon which the proper stamp lias not been affixed for the purpose of bottling the or who carries on 11 business of liottllng fer inentetl in any brewery or otlier place in which fermented liquor is made or upon my premises having communi cation a brewery or shall be liable to a line of five hundred dollars and the properly used in such bottling or business shall be liable to a forfeiture this sec tion shall not be construed to the withdrawal and transfer of fermented liquors from any of vats in any brewery by way of pipe line or other conduit to another building or plan for the soli1 purpose of liotlling the pipe line or conduit to be con structed and operated under such rules and regulations as shall be prescribed by the commissioner of iuVtTiiul subject to 1 be approval of the secretary of the treasury and all locks and seals prescribed be provided by the commis sioner of internal revenue the expense of the Slates that the lax imposed by section of the Ifeviseil Statutes lie paid on all fer mented liquor removed from the brewery to the bottling house by means of pipe or conduit at tin1 time of such by cancellation and by the col lector of tin1 of the number of denoting the lax on fermented liquors thus Tin1 stamps thus cancelled and defaced shall lie disposed of ami accounteil for in the manner directed liy tin1 commissioner of internal revenue with tin1 approval of tary of the treasury and any violation of the rules and regulations hereafter pre scribed by the commissioner of internal the approval of the secre tary of the treasury in pursuance of these provisions be the penal ties above provided by this livery agent or superintendent of any brewery or bottling house removes or connives at the removal of any fermented liquor through pipe line or conduit without payment of the tax or who attempts to defraud the revenue as above shall forfeit all liquors made by and for him and all uten sils and apparatus used for the making of the To provide for the exportation of fer mented liquor in bond without payment of internal revenue The bill pro vides that from and after fermented liquor may be removed from the place of manufacture or storage for export to ii foreign country without pay ment of in such packages and under such regulations and upon giving such bonds and other security as the commissioner of internal revenue with the approval of the secretary of the may from time to time pre scribe and no drawback of tax shall be allowed on fermented liquor exported on and after January unless entered for exportation prior to such House bill to authorize the president to cause certain lauds heretofore withdrawn from the market for reservoir purposes be1 restored to the public do subject to the entry of such home stead with certain restrictions with The bill refers to the lauds at the headwaters of the Mississippi and Croix rivers in Minnesota and and of the Ohippcwa and Wisconsin rivers in The silver bill was again taken up and Farwell addressed the He de clared himself in full accord with the purposes of the but said lie was in favor of going still He would use tr money all the silver and not a stipulated as provided for in the and he would coin at its mar ket f the price of silver should advance to a par with gold as the friends of the hill claimed it would then free coinage would come as a matter of What objection could there he putting into silver dollars one hundred cents worth of Two others things were The national bank system should be preserved and the subtreasury system When these measures were adopted the people could pet all the money they The issuing by the government under the pending bill of treasury notes with silver bullion behind them as furnished a circulation that was absolutely safe and could not bo redun and would still supply the monthly retirement of national bank The national bank system should bo per petuated bv substituting other than United States bonds to secure The people would then utilize all the best bonds of the country and would procure such circulation as the business of the country The treasury notes to be issued under the bill would add largely to the circulating Be did not think that it was within the pro vidence of congress to determine the amount of circulating but some like the national banking should be the means by which the people could determine that fatter for His object favor ing the abolition of the substitute was to have all the money of the people in the channels of as it was before the passage of the independent treaty act in The money now in the sub treasuries iif Copied in the national add largely to the volume of currency for business fie would not advo cate the deposit of government revenues with national banks without adequate security for the whole amount Another reason for the change would be that the money would be handled by the banks without any cost to the the saving thus affected d foe an aggregate of several hun thousand dollars per He uaiotfevor a Topoal of the independent atyact for the purpose of benefiting tUlio closeof Farewells and feather titcnenatead certain lands reserved for the use of the Menominie tribe of Indians in Wiscon The house then proceeded to the consideration of the Alabama contested election case of McDuff c Comatock opened the discussion with an argument in favor of the claim of the Crisp presented the claims of the Pending further the house ad A SEKSATIOHAL South Registration and Election Laws Declared June majority report in the case of Miller from the Seventh South Carolina was submitted to the house committee on elections The report is some what in that it declares that the entire South Carolina registration and election laws are The basis for this declaration is that the slate law imposes a number of restric tions upon the exercise of the right of which are in conflict with the state The report also states a number of negroes have been compelled by while awaiting the maturing of their cotton to negotiate their registration certificates to the who immediately sent them to political headquarters with the result that the negroes are permanently The report recites the fact that in cer tain precincts the ballot boxes were separated in case of each office and that the voters were deceived by the inten tional shifting of the so that judges of election were able 10 throw out ill of the ballots cast in the wrong There says evi dence of ballotbox Summing it is taking the position most favorable to the sitting that contestant Miller had a majority of while if the law is strictly his najority will reach of will prepare a minority GENERAL WASHINGTON The Tariff Rill The subcom mittee of the republicans of the linance committee today continued the consideration of the tariff The items in the wood schedule were exam ined and passed and then the sugar schedule was laid over for the it icing deemed best to await the return of Senators Morrill and Sherman before taking up a subject of such The subcommittee also passed over without action the wines and igricnltural which with sugar iccupy twenty pages of printed The ClaytonlirfMkenriclKC The sub com mittee of the bouse committee on elec jons which has had under consideration question of taking further testimony n the ClaytonlJrecKcnridge contested lias decided the question practically in the The super intendent of census today issued an irder forbidding supervisors and cnuincr itors from public any imfonna gained in the performance of their Attention is called to the law on his Tliey Safety Congressman of signed by a largo number of railroad employes of Iowa and asking for the passage of the ill requiring the use of safety appliances y IciiNion liill Cuiifcrrfs lli The conferees ii the general pension bill today voted 0 report their disagreement to their The service pension ture was the only one of importance 1 pon which the conferees could not lti11 John hief of the service division of the having failed to comply with he for his has been Hell was appointed during l last RUSSELL HARRISON The IrrsidfMils Son and 1artyat Specinl to The June Harrison md a consisting of representatives f the in all about represent ng three hundred arrived icre yesterday at They were met it the depot by a committee of business nen and driven to the Itiukley vhere an elegant luncheon was ifler which they again took carriagcsand vere shown the business and educational acilities otthc They also rode over nir electric street ear systems which are he finest in the ten in elegant banquet was tendered where champaignc and eloquence flowed ike Many complimentary speeches were made by the democrats and republi cans both to Kussell Harrison and our and the utmost good feeling Harrison responded to uiast in which he re icated the sentiments Gould cx iressed while here not long that Sherman situated in the garden spot if Texas and in commercial impor tance was second to none in the After the banquet they were taken to car very much THE OREGON Krimlillcans Capture the Legislature and a Number of Returns rom the state are very the lection of Herman for congress is Governor is in doubt with in favor of Pennoyer The vepublicans elect the remainder of state ticket and a majority in both jouses of the Hermann republican for congressman is elected by at least seven Penneroy demo crat for governor will have from one thousand five hundred to two thousand The remainder of the state Jcket is republican by majorities rang ing from four to six The legislature will stand The senate twentytwo republicans and eight demo The house twentyeight republi cans and twentytwo Happy postmaster of writes Electric Bitters has done more for me than all other medicines for that bad feeling arising trom Kidney and Liver John farmer and of same says Find Electric Bitters to be Jie best Kidney and Liver medicine made me feel like a new W hardware same says Electric Bitters is just the thing for a man who is all run down and dont care whether he lives or dies he found new good appetite and felt just like be had a new lease on life Only 50c a botOe at George Henrys Thomas of the twenty third refused a renomination to day and Colonel William es Jnited States district was In twentysecond dis trict John Dated was When the nomination was assured Bayne declined In favor of airing the reason thai be sod unable to MYSTIC The Iowa Grand Lodge in Session at The Grand Address BeporU of Officers and Other Convicts Daring and Special to The Jnne Grand Lodge of Iowa Masons began its fortyseventh annual communication in this city at the Ottumwa opera house The at tendance was nearly four hundred delegates being called to The grand masters address was deliv ered at the morning taking up all of the morning He said that six new lodges had been towit One at in Appanoose county one at In Monroe county one at in Webster county one at Den in Crawford county one at Sioux in Woodbury and one at University in Polk Polar Star lodge Banner lodge Jeptha lodge 201 had all made The only portion of the ad dress which commanded any particular interest was that referring to Cerneau After reviewing the case as it passed through the various courts he said let me were these and especially the last instituted as claimed by the panics plaintiff to these they honestly and in good faith believed the grand lodge had ex ceeded its authority in the action and the courts had jurisdiction to remedy the why was not the first case tried at the time set and to which they had assented Why dismiss it after putting the grand lodge to all the expense of preparing for and then on the same bring an other action of the same nature and for the same purpose Add to this the further fact that dur ing the pending of the injunction this jurisdiction was litterally flooded with pamphlets and leaflets setting forth the origin and antiquity of Cerneau And when it is remembered that one of the individual plaintiffs in each of these on the 10th day of June as commandcrinchief of the Grand Con sistory of issued his circular which is printed in the appendix advis ing and encouraging disobedience to the commands of the Grand you will not fail to discover the motive for the ac tion taken on the part of these as herein set What let me could these erring brethren have taken that would more fully express their disrespect and contempt for the action taken by the Grand Lodge At the time Past Grand Master Black mar issued his note of under the title of Impending I was fearful the picture presented was over drawn but one years close observation of and experience with the methods adopted by the leaders and managers of Cerneau Masonry in this jurisdiction has served to convince me that the picture as largely under drawn and without re I fully and heartily agree with and endorse all be said in his annual ad dress on the Cerneau and York Kite Masonry cannot peacefully and har moniously occupy the same territory and each maintain their They are not and from the very na ture of things never can Either there must be no or measur ably all be if wo would have tranquility and While I know nothing of the esoteric work of Cerneau yet I do know something of the effect of its introduction within this I know that in some places where it has gained a footing it has pro duced and contention among members of the and has destroyed the and fraternal feeling existing prior to its introduction and this is nota bly so in some of our larger I also know that in some instances its all of whom must be Master Masons be fore they can receive its claim that their obligations taken therein are more binding than in symbolic and that consequently they owe a higher allegiance to that organization than to the Grand Lodge and its I further know that in one instance it has been cause of the disintegration of one of our msst prosperous and vig orous Possessing as I the evidence that the highest officer at the time ef this organization within our jurisdiction officially encouraged and ad vised defiance to and rebellion against the lawful mandates of the Grand 1 have no besitency in saying that the time has arrived for specific and effectual legislation on this to the end that this annoying clement of discord may be effectually and briefly eliminated from our The grand one of the oldest members of the fra ternity in Iowa made his report showing a great many points toonumerous and of too exhausting a nature to allow of a de tailed The grand treasurers report shows received during the year a general fund on nand of and a grand charity fund of oh The afternoon session was taken up with routine Among those present were Van of Adar Falls of Burlington Father of A parade was anticipated for this morning but owing to the rain it was JUMPED FROM A ings were The canning factory poses with one side blown while the Glenwood mills are badly A Doomed Jnne village of Loveland seems Last Satur day night a clond burst carried away a number of One family was rescued from tree tops the following while one of them was swept The storm which prevailed over this section last night completes the de molition of the The which was swollen by the previous over flowedfrom last nights and carried everything before Nothing is left of thehamlf t save the houses which stood on high Xb loss of life is reported thus THE BILL WILL Daring Escape nfa Pollt County Convict Sear Cedar CEDAR June morning about a convict named serving a three years sentence from Polk county for obtaining money under false jumped froma train about two miles south of this city and made good bis He was being transferred from Port Madison to the insane ward at and as the train was approaching the city asked permission of the guard to go to the water He locked the door and at once hoisted the window and climbing out on the the train being at full His feet were ironed at the As soon as his absence was noted the train was stopped and the guard went but Evans had A woman saw him when he jumped from the train and she says he started Searching parties are but up to a late hour they had met with no STOBKS U A ratal Btorsa at June San parcU Glenwood special says One of the most disastrous storms that ever visited this section struck Glenwood early this The state institution for the feebleminded was The reaf of the building was crushed by tbe falling of the which tore through the kflling two Willie of Stark and West ley of Monroe Their bodies were crushed to a Six other inmates were severely They are John of bruised about the body and slightly cut SHI of Council bruised about the body WUlfe of Wayne coun badly braised and my die Bred otXtirt braised Edward A Letter From Senator Wilson Xtxferring to the Original Package Special to Tbe DES Jnne a letter President of Drake Univer received today Senator Wilson ex presses the belief that the original pack age bill will pass the but adds by way of warning I tnink it will be well for Iowa temperance people and those who believe in promoting the moral conditions of society to give early and emphatic expression to Iowa members of the house of not that I have any doubt as to the position that our members will occupy in regard to the but all such things help to give tone to a movement of this THE DES MOINES RIVES The Hearing In tbe Celebrated Suit inenced at Fort DES hearing in the suit of the United States to settle the ownership of the Des Moines river lands began before Judge Shires at Fort Dodge The defense filed a demurer ad mitting the allegations of plaintiff but claiming it was not sufficient ground for If the demurer is sus tained the land companies title will be good for all A large mass of evidence was submitted by the defense in the shape of reports made bo fore the congressional committees on river land Attorney for the occupied the day with ar gument on a motion to set aside the evi dence as indirect and incompetent and will continue The court room is crowded with anxious It is thought the case will be submitted A PRETTY KxDeputy Kauir man With a Divorced Special to The UES June is currently report that exDeputy County Auditor Kauliman has leaving his wife and and taking with him Nellie tho divorced wife of William Kauffraan resigned his position in the auditors office about a month ago to take a position a mortgage and it was thought that he had gone east on but it is said that he went away with the woman on Saturday There is no shortage re ported in his and the only rea son assigned The woman is pretty and has turned mens heads be Madison Accommodation Juno recent changes in the time table of the Santa Fe does not suit our who desire to hold the outside Last evening a number of merchants and citizens called upon assist ant ticket and passenger agent and Gen eral Manager Bobinson who came in his special train and made complaint of the poor Robinson assured them that a passenger coach would be attached to the freight train arriving here from the cast at 10 oclock This coach will return at 2 thus giving visitors four hours in the He also promised to see that an accommodation train would be run in from the west as soon as He was satisfied that we should have two more local passenger The Industrial Blind Special to The DES June commis sion to select a site for the Industrial Home for the adult blind started this morning on an expedition to visit each of the many cities bidding for the institu They are Missouri Mc Mason Charles Os New ton and The Binding Twine Trust MASON Jnne here have been instructed to sell binding twine of various kinds at an average in crease of four cents below the prices of last This is believed to indicate that the binding twine trust which im posed such burdens on farmers of this and other states has been This reduction of prices will save many thou sands of dollars to Iowa farmers Iowa IOWA June Womens Choistian Temperance Uuion convention of the Second district of Iowa began here this Miss Sarah of was elected secretary pro The convention will be in session until Wednesday Welcome Bains In the MASON Jnne very heavy rain passed over this section It was much Corn is three weeks later than usual oats and wheat look The wild hay crop is but meadow land very Disaster on the Special to THE HAWKETEJ June Diagonal freight ran into a washout ten miles southeast of Dubuque this The fireman was killed and the brakeman fatally Improved Swine Breeders In Special to The DES June Improved Swine Breeders Association is in session in Des Moines for the purpose of scoring hogs and examining candidates for ex port To Dispel Headaches and to cleanse the system yet when cos tive or or when the blood is im pure or to permanently cure habitual to awaken the kid neys and liver to a healthy out irritating or weakening use Syrup of iKille PBATBIE DU June News was received here this morning that m washout occurred last night near sixty miles south on the Burlington and Northern which caused the ditching of an engine and twenty cars of the Kansas City Fan The Sreman and a brakeman were June mem bers of the family poisoned by eating wild parsnips near Late George are now dead and it is feared the other three wffl Vitas nervous ness and hysteria an soon cured by Knee Free samples at Wittos drug LOYAL TO Germans in London Determined to Give Him a Grand The ExChancellor to Keceire American Riflemen at Ber Explanations Foreign June Bismarck U exceedingly annoyed at the manifest de termination of the German residents of London to make a demonstration in his honor on the occasion of his forthcoming visit to the English and will en deavor to evade a public welcome at the hands of his if It is understood that a large snm of money has already been subscribed by prominent Germans in London to defray the expense of what they intend shall be a reception benefiting the occasion of the visit of the master spirit in the creation of the Ger man and it will be difficult for the exchancellor to escape an ovation at their The news from Germany during the past few days is of the most contradic tory Prince according to one source of has been warned by the kaiser thatif he does not desist from public expressions of opinion on German policy the con sequences will be Through the same channel comes a charge against the exchancellors of fomenting opposition to the emperors plans among officials of the petty German These alarmist reports are offset by an apparently wellfounded statement that Prince Bismarck is about to start for This would give color to a rumor recently circulated that the old statesman was to be in trusted by the kaiser with a special dip lomatic first to London to secure Englands adhesion to the Central Euro pean alliance against and then to Paris to induce the French republic to remain neutral until its only possible ally would be If the excUan cellor does not come to London his visit will certainly have some such signifi The statements made one in parliament by Sir James under foreign secretary in Lord Salisburys gov the other by Cana dian agent in show how unreal the Newfoundland fisheries agitation Both the English and the French govern ments have found after careful investiga tion that there is not a truth in the Newfoundlanders stories about the landing of French marines and On these stories the whole agitation was Fabre pronounces the whole thing a mere squabble between rival fishermen and says the majority of the Newfoundlanders are satisfied with the present state of things and anxious to sell hait to the French or any one else willing to The French ministry has had many re minders of the fact that through its clever but erratic young em has outstripped the republic in the race for the good will of the working Tho socialists call the present regime a government of the prtitc bour and even conservative working men point to Germany as affording France an example that should be fol The ministry has decided to prepare a plan for dealing with the labor and as a preliminary step the foreign has sent a circular to all representatives of France abroad to collect and forward to him statistics as to the condition of the workingmen in the countries to which they are accre Legislation will be shaped on these The order of Minister of the Interior Constans prohibiting all in termediary betting agencies is a conces sion to the same Gladstone has been put to some trouble explaining his reference to Mitchellstown in his recent Siberian utterance and his statement that the time was ripe for the disestablishment of the Scotch The old who is an adept as an shows that he did not say exactly what he was reported to have said and that the words he actu ally used were not very emphatic nor ex but a trifle That will satisfy his followers and he does not care to satisfy the Great preparations are being made for the reception and entertainment of the American rifle which is expected in Berlin the second week in After the rifle meeting is over it is proposed to take them on a pleasure excursion down the Rhine and to other beautiful and attractive spots in The ExChancellor Said to be Placing Obstacles in the Emperors XEW dispatch from Paris to the Herald quotes the Nineteenth Ccntiirv as saying in its Sunday edition There are proofs that Prince Bismarck is intriguing at little German courts as well as abroad to raise difficulties of all sorts in the way of the There is some talk at Berlin of the removal of several high officials who have been pro ven to have been in communication with the exchancellor and to be associated with his oppositions to the imperial deci The Prince of June Prince of Saxe a brotherinlaw of the em who was visiting at was taken ill at the hotel at that The attack is attributed to injuries he received by the upsetting of the carriage in which he was riding with Emperor William re Adhere to the Congo Jnne the delegates to the antislavery conference here with the exception of those from the United States have formally adhered to the Congo tariff as defined by the A 6KMSBT Worth Five Thousand Dollars Smuggled In a Silken SEW June important seizures of smuggled goods were made from passengers who arrived on the steamship The first seizure was made by Customs Inspector in searching a trunk owned by found a ladys stocking in which was concealed worth of unset dia In the same trunk were discov ered several thousand dollars worth of fine which Block had at tempted to bring into the country duty Inspectors Donohue and Brown also took a hand in the seizure As Richard another cabin pas senger was leaving the the Inspec tors took a notion to go through his They found half a dozen gold KAILBOAD AProaaatttaB to Sen ttw to the June the annual meeting of the Alton and Terre Haute railroad held here it was decided to give sixty days1 notice of a special meeting to be held for purpose of voting apon the proposition to sell the main line to the Big Four for The report for 1889 showed the gross earnings amounted 16 an crease over the preceding year The operating expenses on increase of PRICE 15 CERTS PER against a loss for the previous year of There will be a board meeting in Philadelphia when election of officers will take UhTms A Nebraska Town Reported Swept Away and Xumber of People Jnne It is just reported that a hamlet of some five hundred about fifty miles west of was swept away late to night by a Six people are re ported killed and twentyfive more The wires are down and no particulars can be A TB1BIP1C Thoaraml Pounds of Powder Ex ploded by June after during a heavy lightning struck Tracy Averys powder located a mile east of the The house Contained over five thousand pounds of which causing a tremendous Hundreds of windows in the city Two frame dwelling houses onthe opposite side of the street from the magazine were leveled to the One house was occupied by Henry wife and two A six months old baby was instantly killed and the mother and other child thought to be fatally in A GIRLS DEAD BODT Can it He That of Missing Ella of Illinois Special to The June body of an unknown young woman was found on on a lonely island known as Curtis seven miles above Mis It was dressed in a wine colored cashmere silk with white 2V button and finely textured One finger contained a ring and the waist of the dress was held at the throat with a gold The body was viewed by the authorities and an inquest when it was buried on the It is now be lieved that it was the body of handsome Ella who has been misssngfrpm her home in McDonough coun since Slay The relatives in Han cock and JIcDonough counties arc wild with apprehensive over tut girls con tinued It is feared she has fallen into evil Some ugiy rumors are afloat in JlcDonough The girls sister at has not seen and is positive she did not get off the Wabash train at Bowen but must have gone to It is yet known whether she was accompanied by a man or A search is yet being made for Tinted the wife of an English pa per happens to drop a bluing bag which she holds in her handsinto a vat of Site is frightened and says nothing about the accident her husband storms when he finds that the paper has a peculiar but the astonished workman can throw no light upon the Thereupon he sends the paper to London with instructions that it be closed out at any The accept it as a purposed It becomes the rage orders pour in for more of the same The wifecon the husband forgives well ho for his fortune is TRis is the very simple origin of tinted Lettering on In oider to fasteu glass on glass show windows so that even when submerged in water for sev eral tliiy will not become use an india rubber The best for this punpuso consists of one partindia three irirts mastic and fifty parts stunil for several days at a low temperature to dissolve the ce It must lit iijiplieil very as it becomts tliiou very When spread with a camvln hair brush over a crack in glass or mrcclain vessels this cement effectually closes autl the ves sels may be made serviceable for holding of they will not bear the of York A Doctor YTho Do you know hovr to rizzle One of the swell doctors says that it is the most wonderful aid to perfect 1 masticate my food very thoroughly at din he and make sure to have my family or friends entertain me with bright talk and plenty of After dinner it is understood that I am going to How do I do it I retire to my hav ing darkened the I light a sit down and perform the How to describe it I dont but it is a condition as nearly like sleep as sleep is like It consists in doing absolute ly I close my eyes and try to stop all action of the I think of It only takes a little practice to be able to absolutely stifle the In that delightful condition I remain at least ten sometimes That is the condition most helpful to and it is that which accounts for the habit aniipate bare of sleeping after I would rather miss fee than that ten minutes rizzle every Womans Love Too An old lady once told me that when she was a girl she visited a bride and when the husband came home at cold and his young wife rnshed into the hall and seized him as he straggled cat of his devoured to which he responded my dear perhaps if you didnt want to kiss me quite so much I should want to you Of the man was a but his brutality was founded upon a sound The great trouble with woman under conditions of permitted that she lavishes out of the vast treasure house of her affections a great deal more than the object can receive or Her own powers of loving and being loved are so tremendously in excessof his that they terrify and satiate him long before the has Adequately expressed her own ten Frank Tae Baby of tbe Visitor trying to amuse the There goes the choo choo Boston Baby deed I had always been informed that waailocomotive bat if I havebeen mianformed I thank you for the correc Stnteed Do yon see that man director havent spoken a single word to each oilier Jbr several Whafs the difficultyr been and alime are phrtienJartyjiiable riBi vtiif jrahareekneat hand a bottle of tobeneflrfalrmilt almost So remedy teeooalto t be taken that HAS SLEPT FOR TWO MONTHS Pretty Grace of Cant Wake She Went to Bed Early In March and Has Been Sleeping Soundly Ever Strange of Special to The HawkEycJ Jnne rosy lightly closed eyes and gently heaving sleeps pretty Grace Gridley in her little bedroom in the house of her father one of Amboys prominent business To Raze upon her peaceful slumber one would think she was about to awaken from a peaceful nights On the 15th day of JIarch last Miss who is a well developed and healthy young lady of nineteen retired to rest in her usual The next morning she did not appear at the usual breakfast hour and aften a while her mother went up to her room to call Upon entering chamber Gridley found her daughter sleep ing in the manner described At tempting to awaken her she discovered her daughter was sleeping more soundly than she at first As a loving mother is ever prompted to do she said let Grace she be better for Miss Grace did sleep on through the day and when suppertime came it was found impossible to awaken Becoming greatly alarmed her parents sent for a physician who examined the case with the utmost Dif ferent treatments were tried to dispel the somnilie trance but all in The beautiful her coral lips parted in a half slumbered on and on without the slightest flutter of After sleeping about a week the nurse who has always watched by her left the When she returned she found the sleeping girls bed Greatly frightened she hastened into an adjoining room where she found Miss Grace sitting in an easy chair as sound asleep as In her lap half open lay a small It is certain that the girl had slightly aroused from her sleep and arising from her had secured the hiblo and gone into the other where slut had scarcely seated herself when she again dropped into the strange She has continued in her peaceful slumbers ever Numbers of physicianshave been con sulted and brought to examine the pecul iar but they all look shake their heads ami an profoundly No attempt is made to diagnosis the case and not very much hope has been vouch safed the sorrowing parents and friends of the Among the many surmises that have been offered as to the cause of bringing on the protracted sleep there is one that is unique and in support of which is brought the incident of the girls arousing up and attempting to read the Just previous to the girls slumbers a large religious revival had been going on in which was attended by much religious It is thought that Miss Grindlcy had become so wrougnt up over the meetings that tho mental excitement caused iv prostration of her entire nervous This is only a conjecture but is as worthy an one as the many other theories Miss Gridley strange to lost but little llesh and appears to rest as calmly and easily as a child in gentle Tho beating of her heart and respiration are normal and her body is naturally Food is given in liquid but not in very large After being placed in her month the food passes to the stomach without any apparent effort of What the linal result o strange sleep may be no OHO can surmise and thn many anxious and loving friend must await until He who reigns over all shall A Hoy June heroism of a boy named Mike prevented a wreck of the Union Pacific be tween hern and South at a place called Young Haley saw two men unlock a switch and turn He ran to South Omaha and notified the trainmen just as the which con sisted of twelve was pulling There was an unusually largo number of passengers on board and had the plot not been discovered loss of life would have been The Oan Boat June United States gun boat was launched at Roadies ship yard at noon today in the presence of a large com She is the twin companion of the Her dimensions are as follows Length 230 extreme breadth 3G displacements Herannament consists of six sixinch breechloading secondary eight rapid firing guns and a revolving cannon on the rail and tripod mounts also eight tor pedo guns and complete Convention of Steel June annual con vention of the Amalgamated Association of Iron and Steel Workers opened this morning in this city with two hundred and sixty delegates present from all parts of the The session was taken up almost entirely with perfecting the organization and nothing of interest The convention will be in session about two John Kaiser June John the New York whom the police arrested on suspicion of knowing some thing about the placing of a bomb near the Haymarket was released by Jndge Tuly this morning on a writ of habeas The judge rebuked the police for holding Kaiser without war rant and for allowing his friends to see Old Vet a June President of the Milwaukee Panl Bail road this morning announced the appointment of Barling as general manager of the and Collins as general superin The appointment takes effect July Both appointees are old em ployes of the Catbolle Order of June The annual con vention of the Catholic Order of Forest ers met here Of the delegates from outside the state tbe majority are from Wisconsin and Can Nothing but organization was ac complished at todays The con vention will last three Fooail GoUty of SAX June The coro ners jury has returned a verdict In the bridge railroad disaster at stat ing the passengers came to their death through the negligence of Engineer and finding him guilty HEOHCAXS of the Webgtereonnty district says that the report of his instructions to the Story county Jw sent by the Nevada correspaadent were imcorrect and writes ISgOowt ns are tiiftj the grand dowa My charge simply amounts that in a prosecution for the fact of sale being ia the original package and oj an importer or his that must be L Osns BOD alter light Saturday morning the body of Bertha one of the little giibt drowned in the river at Cedar The bod of Dottie Isabcll had not yet been discot ered Saturday and those engaged in the search were about worn out and A Court Against From tbe Iowa State Judges ore fallible like other even if they sit upon the supreme bench of the United a lawyer of has called atten tion to some conflicting decisions of the supreme court on the principles involved in the recent original package Of course courts have a right to change a former ruling and they sometimes find it necessary to But where they squarely reverse a previous ruling it would be interesting to know the on which they do It is usually as sumed that the last ruling represents the latest conviction and judgment on any In the original package case this ruling is so directly opposed to a ruling made a few years before that it would be very interesting to have ttw court point ontthe fallacy in one or other of these Huston in his article published elsewhere refers to a New Orleans case passed upon by tho supreme in which it held that property imported from another state becomes a part of the moss of the property of the state to which it has passed as soon as it reaches its even though it is still In the hands of tho original In the Iowa case tho court held to the very It declared that such property did not become a part of tho general mass of property of the state until a sale had taken and so was not subject to state laws until In the New Orleans some Pittsburg men shipped coal to New Before their agent there had sold the coal even unloaded the state attempted to levy a tax upon The owners of the coal showed that they were citizens of Pennsylvania and had already paid taxes upon tho coal be fore it had left the But tho supreme court held that although the coal was In the original package tho it had become a part of the general mass of property of and was subject to state So the tax was allowed to But in tho Iowa case the court holds that imported property does not become u part of the general mass of property of tho state until It has been sold by the There is quite a difference for somebody to If the supremo courts latest ruling is to bo taken as wise and it would bo inter esting to have an opinion now on tho opinion in the New Orleans Prob ably in a few years the court may be ready to declare that tho present opinion is and some ruling entirely oppo site may be But such under government such as There must somewhere be courts of ttnal and if they make mistakes the only rem edy is to wait till a better judgment re or till men of different opinions take their Not for From the Detroit Free A citizen with a fish pole over his shoulder was going up one of our streets the other day when a stranger called out Have any luck Kitty feet further on a second inquired Are they biting now At the next corner a third stopped him and asked whatII yon takn fora ton ofem A sixth and seventh had their and the eighth bore down upon him with tell old you may laugh at tho idea of spitting on your but It brings luck and I can prove Speaking to me V queried tho man with the What do you take mo for you are going said so V Havent you got a lish pole I have If 1 saw you carry ing a bar of soap would I argue that you were going to do thn family But arent you going allshing sir This polo to punch the sparrows nests out of tho caves of my Mighty funny how many people there are in this world who are interested in other folks business 1 i i From the Detroit Free An awning maker who had received a postal card asking him to call at a house on Porter put in an appearance as soon as and the woman of the house pointed out the window nhe wan ted provided with a But you get no sun on this protested the suppose I dont Bnt an awning is to keep the sun Is it Perhaps you are too old to learn But maam do you really want an awning here Of course I Do yon see that awn ing on the next house Yes but the sun strikes that Cant help That woman she owns the She put that ing up to spite I am now going tot show her that she cant run this Go ahead and have it done as soon i possible and I want it to be fiery red1 with white stripes in Free samples of Miles Bestorativn Nervine at Wittes drug Cures Sleepless From tbe Detroit tree A citizen who was passing by a on Indiana street the other day of smoke coming through the roof near and he rnshed up to the and knocked an What do you want asked the wi as she dont get but I mi tell 1 shant get one fni rupted I always keep this hand And she lugged out a big which hung on one of the and continued No clocks No ruga No books No sewing No cold victuals nor ofd to give Travel PT And he had to retire to a position side the gate and inform her roof was on CM the waste A Clippie J From tbe Atlanta writes a Georgia bear with ns yet 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