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   Burlington Hawk-Eye (Newspaper) - June 10, 1890, Burlington, Iowa                                THE BURLINGTON HFAWKEYE ESTABLISHED TUESDAY JUNE 1890 MOST BECOME A Bill to Prevent Foreign Owner ship of American The Silver Hill In Hie House Hen nepin Wash ington News and from the judiciary to day reported to the house a bill to pro hibit aliens from acquiring title to or owning lands within the United An elaborate report accompanied the In it the committee says the power of the government to totally exclude aliens from coming within the jurisdic as has been done in the case of the no one This sov ereign power certainly includes the lesser one of dclining what property rights they may exercise after they are and during the continuance of their alien Your eommillee says ihe with reason able that certain noblemen of principally Englishmen have acquired and now in the aggregate twentyone million aires of land within ihe Znited We have nol siilliecnt information lo stale the owned by unlitlcd nor i it so important as it is generally held in smaller This alien nonresident ownership in couise of lead lo a system of landlordism imompalalile wilh the best interests ami free of the The foiindation of sneh eiuir laid liroadly in Ihe and The enterprise of European report have i invest many millions in railroads and land hundred million of under before proper y of t iiese their This that ship ceased to be a common carric and became a private Vest denied the but sai that if it were decided to be a bill nc harm could result from the passage o the The whole steamship line wai taken by one shipper and i was done to control the English marke and shut out all other cattle dealers in the United The result was sen Cattle were put up and put down when this monopoly because it controlled the The vote on Halcs amendment yeas nays No quorum having voted the without further actioi on the bill or THE a system is li western Male avarice anil tin caused tinin i the American one the parl foilosun will in many years lierome the foreign bondholder iu addition t present princely aggressive foreign capital is not routined to tinlauds it has but is overleaping and caused hundreds of miles of public domain be fenced upfor of herds of and baset tl deliance the rights of the honest humble The bill proposed to phie these aliens under Hie disabiliteof the civil law as lo all future in lands in this In oilier the re port I Inbill isa declaration against absentee 11 declares all foreignhorn persons who have not been incapable of talcing title to lands anywhere within tin1 Inited States except tin1 lease hold for not exceeding live It has no restorative but prospective It also coniaius a provision which will compel alien land owners to cease to be such or to become citizens of the Iniled States wilhiu ten The I lie report would prevent any more abuses like that of who resides in England and is a subject of the but owns acres in occupied by mostly ignorant foreigners from whom he receives as rent and expends in The Schenley estate about two thousand acres within the city limits of Iittsburg and from rents oi which tin1 who are subjects of the licitisb draw an nually not less that is another iuslance of alien landlordism in The lenlli census shnws the Inited States hail tenant the largest number possessed by any nation in I n conclusion t lie report says Hie natural increase in peo ple anil foreigners who Hock lo our and by competition are reducing Hie wages of making it a battle lor our isa problem for American statesmen to The mul liplicalion nl owners of the soil is cor responding an enlargement of the num ber of anil every land owner in the world sbonlil owe alleuicncc to his IN THE Tinsiltii Hill Itill lieceiviil VtKts June In the senate loday Call offered a resolution which was referred to the committee on foreign relatinnsi tin1 president to instillnegotiations with Spain for such modilicalious of the treaty will thai ernment as will enable American cattle to be shipped from the Inilcd States to The senate silver bill was then taken up and Cockrdl addressed the lie said all the bcnclil that could lie claimed fur tin1 proposed bill was that I he secretary would be compclled to pur chase more worth of silver evcrv month than be now had a right to pur chase ami its currency would he increased lo that Hi1 asked whether there was anv valid reason justifying a continuance of discrimina tion in of the bill and unlimited coinage of gold and Hie issue of gold eer lilicates tor gold bullion ami against free and unlimited coinage of silver bullion in standard dollars and issue certificates for silver lie was opposed to dis either for or against gold or They should be put on perfect of ocknlls speech the laid before the sen d that the bill be printed After a brief o the senate lo take up to prohibit mon of cattle to At th house silver hill Teller IIIDM and laid on tin unicni it was Vest asked and consider the 1 oply iu llie transportation foreign 1latt thought the senate should goon and dispose of ihe silver He had been waiting to bring forward two lills which seemed to him not only of the highest importance Inn of the highest bills have the admission of two territories lie1 pave notice that henceforth the silver bill could not be laid aside except on yea and nay Stewart asked the unanimous con sent that on Tuesday next at three oclock the senate vote on the silver and The presiding ofticcr lupallsl suggest ed that there would be at least a quorum present when unanimous consent was Stewart pave notice thai when the bill was taken up tomorrow he will ask unanimous Vests bill was taken up aud a discussion of its provisions carried on be tween Vest in defense of and Hoar and Halo in attack upon The bill provides that no clearance be granted any vessel plying as a common carrier from the Inited Staus to a foreign the agents or officers of which shall refuse to receive in the or der they may be said vessels having storage room for any cattle for transportation to a foreign said cattle being in sound condition suit able for transportation and the shipper tendering reasonable freight or who shall make any or agree ment creating a monopoly of the capac ity of said vessel for carrying cattle in violation of the law governing and reg ulating duties and obligations of common carriers to the public and providing un just discrimination between Eoagan also defended the bill and argued in favor of its Hale moved to amend the bill by inserting the words not already con tracted for in good faith by persons or parties having cattle for transportation at the date of such contract sufficient to occupy such storage Vest opposed the amendment as one that would entirely neutralize the Tlir Silver Title In vestigation June motion of of the title of tti siver bill passed Saturday was amended so as to read as follows Directing tin purchase of silver bullion and the issue treasury notes thereon and for other pur of offered the following resolution which was re ferred to the committee on foreign af fairs That the secretary of the treas ury be directed to inform the house whether it is true that the Cunard Steamship Saturday refused 10 obey tinorders of the officers of the Inited States to give return passage to certain immi grants landed at Xew York by said com pany in violation of the contract labor laws of the United States and if so what if have been taken to rcf use entry to the steamships of said company until said company has complied with the laws of the United and made some reparation for their refusal lo obey lln1 orders of the officials Tin floor was then accorded the com mittee on the District of Sev eral district hills were passed and then the house took a At the evening session a number of private pension bills Owing to tin objections by of but about thirtylive went over with the previous question IOWA ninnies Made in Iowa for tin KndiliK May Special to The foil posioffice changes were made in Iowa during the week ending June sm coun Torjer Ccrro Conlo William Buchanan coun ty Owen Ccrro oirdo Ioslmaster Har rison George GENERAL WASHINGTON Boar where all storage of tiieahlp was contracted liepresrntHlivt1 MrKacs June of today introduced in the house a bill providing for the free coinage of silver for increasing the United Stalls treasury notes each year to make the total issue thereof equal in amount to the revenues of the govern ment for year for the issue of treasury notes to replace national bank notes surrendered for tin1 repeal of laws authorizing the sab1 of United States bonds and for the accumulation of a gold reserve of and for the covering of that reserve into the treasurv as available Adversely Reported June 1lumb loday reported adversely from the com mittee of public a bill to protect laud claimants within railroad limits by permitting them to purchase land from the government at per acre when ever it is held not to be within the land grant to tin1 railroad Accom panying tin1 bill is a letter from the com missioner general of the land mending Hie bill be not passed for tin reason that tininterests of bona fide settlers arc sufficiently protected under the present In Favor 1lie llcmirpin afternoon Allison and Karvvell ami tin1 members of tinhouse from Illinois and Iowa ap peared before the senate commerce com mittee in support of an appropriation of to bcLin work on the llennepin canal contained in the river and harbor Only one that of being cast against it in the com A BAD Too Walmsli rrrightK Killing Seven Mm ami a Number of June serious railroad wreck is reported from sixtyone miles west of here on the Wahash Dispatches lohead quarters of the rood say two freight trains collided just outside of Warren town at this thai both en gines and eighteen cars were and that seven men were killed and sev eral Then1 were eight palace horse cars attached to one of the laden with race horses cnroute for Kan sas two of which were wrecked and seven men in charge of tin1 horses are reported Fifteen horses are also reported Of the trainmen several received severe A wrecking train was sent out from Mo berly and surgeons from several points were sent lo the scene as soon as The race horses were enroute from Lalonia to Kansas City and were con signed to Bernard president of the Kansas City Jocky inn it is not known to whom they The per sons killed were grooms and stable A SHARP MAIL Train Kobhers Foiled Near Xew June North ern 1acithcastbound passenger which arrived hero was robbed by masked men near Xew North last Two miles cast of New Salem and twentylive miles west of Mandan the engineer and firemen wen1 surprised by two masked men who climbed over the tender and ordered the train The summons was Express Messenger bearing shots fired forward and suspect ing that something was hid SfiOO in locked the small put out the and ran back to New The mail car was first attacked by the Only one mail agent was in the car and he immediately obeyed orders by turning over the mail A num ber of registered letters were rifled and then the two robbers turned their atten tion to the express This they found much to their June Journals North special says search parties are still out after the rob bers who went through a Northern Pa cific train at Xew If caught they will probably be Express Mes senger Angroines presence of mind saved the express companys treasure which contained from to in The express company lost but will offer a big reward for the arrest and conviction of the robbers Postal Inspector of Washing happened to be in and is now working on the The seven regis tered pouches rifted are estimated to have contained The robbers compelled the mail clerk to empty the registered pouches into one large mail Wheat and fralt Special to The June has been injured Hessian fly and while recent sand storms have badly injured many PRICE i5 CENTS PER THE STATE They Close Their Big CampMeet ing at Des and a large sliver driven into Jacksons Joseph McKee and wife were slightly No other serious personal injuries FIVE CHLDEEN Strange Case of a Beautiful Davenport Methodists and Prohibi Theft of a The River Land Special to The DES June closed the Aduentists state conference and campmeeting which have been in session for a The attendance was averaging three thonnsand Con ference officers were elected for the en suing year as follows Milo Pleasant Conference conj mittee Milo Hcury New Sharon Pleasant Sioux City Camp nceting committee Jacob Wood jurn James lieaman Underwood lale The arious associalions in couneclion with he conference elected officers as follows owo Trad and Missionary pres Willoughby Sabbath school Willoughby Iowa Temperance Wakeman sec im A DEMAND FOK owa Methodists in Conference 1ass Strong Resolutions in Favor of No Li DKS June the Atlantic istricl conference of the Methodist episcopal church prohibition resolutions closing as follows We emand that the prohibiting law of the tale shall be thoroughly enforced by all itiuicipal and other authorities we most arnestly denounce the vile practice of authorities of many towns and cities in tlie stale in tolerating on payment of of silver into tlieir treasuries the open violation of our wise prohibitory such practice being compoundry with villainy effected through perjury and mural cowardice and in disregard of pulie and being an open defiance of law by offering for such price immuni ty for its open and intended violation while we must positively believe that legal suasian is absolutely csscn lial to thf complete suness of ihe temperance cause we believe that moral suasion should ever go hand in hand therewith believing backsliding to be a God dishonoring we are opposed to any and all backsliding on this allim portant matter of prohibiting the manu facture and sale of intoxicants as bever ages we believe that if the party which stood so nobly in the for giv ing Iowa prohibitory legislation shall now hackslide to hypocritical license or the local option pretence of regulating the evil of the sale of intoxicants it will not only but it will receive the condemnation of all dodly men and and by so forsaking righteous action lo please the baser draw upon itself and A Heartrending Sight at Rapid Special to The June City a mining town of three or four hundrw situated on the Illinois side the about nine miles above this is in It is the scene of one of the saddest accidents thai have ever happened along the banks o the upper About five oclock Sunday evening five children set out from the village in a small skiff for an island that lies some distance below the Their parents knew nothing of their and no one else seems to have known what they had in They pulled out into the current unmindful of danger and rowed down the Not till they had gone some little distance was it noted that they were in peril by any one of the loiterers along the and then it was too late to render them any With childish screams for the help that could not reach and amid the hor rified cries of the they were swept with dreadful speed to the verge of the milldam that supplies Rapid City with one of its leading and in another instant thev went over THE THEFT OP A THE RIVER LAND Webster County Tbreateiied With Itank ruptcy if the Cnvernmrnt roirr June authori ties of the county are unanimous in their opinion thai if the government wins the river land case the lands revert to the government that the present title hol ders are entitled to recover the taxes that they have paid on the for such a decision will make the river lands government and government lands are A Ihrniiiclr to give the readers an idea of what the re sull would has endeavored lo compile some and finds from creditable sources that the payment of taxes on the lands belonging to Wells and the hundreds of acres belonging to minor holders and which have been bought in by the settlers will amount in round figures to an average of per year from Ci2 to Legal authorities say that these per sons can recover the taxes in question and at the same time recover six per cent interest on the money actually and they back their opinions by refi to the code of The result would necessarily be disastrous to the county and would result in absolute financial For the interest of the first paid in ISOwould be at six per while on the next it would be on the next ami so on until il would lie only for the last payment for being only for one but lo add the payment each year and the interest for the several periods of years until the present time would amoupt lo in enough for costs and allowances for underdesilmates to reach fully For the total tax collection on all kinds of property in the county is of which only has been and this in part only goes to the the other part going to the so that il would be doubly difficull to recover the unlawful tax which amount to more than the years and This is a concise and nearly accurate statement of what will happen to Webster county in case of a decision favorable to the andis only an example of what will occur also to Iluniboldt and other river counties that have collected taxes on river lands for twenty years Peculiar Tale of Duplicity Kerealed by an Attempt to Defraud the June alias Ambrose of has been sentenced to two years in the penitentiary for attempting to draw a pension on another mans dis charge Charles Shepard and Ambrose Christian were discharged from service in the Tenth United States in fantry in South Shepard stole a suit of Christians clothes with the lat ters discharge papers in one of its pock and was married under the name of A few weeks later he deserted his wife and the real Ambrose Christian had a narrow escape from death at the hands of the infuriated relatives of the imposters Shepard came west to for twenty years went under Ihe name of joining the church and becoming one of ils leading exhort Two years thinking the time had he tiled an application for a pension tinder his assumed send ing in the stolen discharge papers as evi The real Ambrose Christian had already been granted a having proven that his papers had been stolen and Shepard was placed under arrest while on his wav to BURGLARS WILL BE A DARK A llavenport Ladys Complexion Cradu ally llecominc an Olive June Hilde garde Whittleborn of this place is suffer ing from an affliction of a most extra ordinary About a year and a half ago Miss Whittleborn began to notice that the tips of her fingers aud soles of her feel were slightly but paid no particular attention to it until the discoloration deepenea from a faint yellow to a saffron which be gan to spread slowly until her limbs and the greater part of her body are covered with the It is of a rich copper which is growing darker percept ibly from day to day and spreading with alarming The young ladys which had hitherto has within the last day or two become The physicians are unable to account for the The dark olive hue is far from being ugly or when it has entirely enveloped Miss Whit tleborn will find herself as comely as one of Coopers Indian ANOTHER IOWA lied Oak Infested With the Light Fingered KEII June Oak and vicinity has been infested sometime with a gang of A short time ago Swansons slore il eight miles east of was broken into and a quantity of clolbing aud other valuables Four men were captured at Pacific Junction and brought here and on preliminary examination were bound Sheriff Logan Friday made a find between here and Stanton which fixes the identity of the thieves on the parties in Their old clothing was left in a well and the tags and trade marks from Swansons goods were found in the Another of the same gang was arrested by Special Detective Harrison of the Burlington and Quincy while breaking into a freight car here in the Master Mechanic Combs of the Burlington and Quincy had still another arrested and bound over for stealing a buggy The thief was arrested while stealing the An unsuccessful attempt was made by one of the gang to break into County Clerk Whelans residence last The parties arrested are all stranffers BOUNTIES FOR The Keinarkahle Discovery of a Veteran in Marshal June a member of the Eighth Iowa in rummaging through old records of the discovered among the proceedings of the board of super visors in IrjiiS that on December 7 of that year it passed a resolution granting to every man who should enlist after that date Iu the January following the board passed another resolution granting a bounty to all who had enlisted before or should enlist after that due in annual payments with six per cent interest on unpaid Brock ac cordingly filed a claim today for as he had received when he and the accrued compound interest for over twentyseven amounting to over He further discovered that it would lake over to pay Ihe claims lo which soldiers enlisting from this county are The only thing which can prevent the collection of these claims is the statute of it is does not apply to debts of gov ernment to its Exciting de velopments are CONDITION OP Great Damage Done in Howard Sererml People DES June from Cresco says a cyclone struck Chester Howard about Friday three miles west of the village of The school house in subdistrict G was all torn to pieces and Miss Mary the was hurt quite A little daugh ter of Patrick Kelley was dangerously eye torn out and face badly cut Nearly all of the scholars were hurt more or less Joseph Mc Kees house and stables were blown Noonans barn Loomis orchard Bald wins house aad barn and household goods blown blown ADowsons destroyed and partof the roof blown off from hisboose and Jack fconierbarn and team all blown A Material Improvement Shown by the Latest Special to The DKS June general condition of crops throughout the state as shown by the latest bulletins is ma terially The loss from wash ing out and overflow will not figure heavily in reducing the aggregate pro duction of the Small grain crops and pastures are doing fairly Corn will require the most favorable conditions in the future to mature 70 per cent of last years bountiful IT SHELLED TO The Superintendent of Iowas Big Glucose Works June superintendent of the glucose works of the Firmerich Manufacturing on trial at Toledo for keeping a was found guilty The complaint was that the Iowa river was so polluted by the waste from glucose factory that it killed all the fish in the river and bred The verdict may close the which is the largest in employing over 300 PROM The Cedar Valley Packing Company In Special to The HawkEreJ June of in corporation of the Cedar Valley company were filed in this county The capital stock the principal place of business is and the in corporators are the former owners of the Watson Canning The postoffiee which was during Clevelands administration moved clear to one sids of was today brought back to the Traer the very center of Much satisfaction is expressed at the Tilford Academy commencement ex ercises will be held Thursday oFthis The graduating class is larger this year and the school very prosperous under the able management of Tobin and his corps of The Governor Appomto Special to T ic DES June a Leader was appointed chief clerk in the governors office and fifty and fifty thou sand and is spread over fourteen including Wis Nebraska and The con vention was opened by the of His report showed the synod in a prosperous A report will be read denouncing the Bennet MANCHESTER A Harmonious Weather and and Local Correspondence of The June re publican county convention met here to day to select delegates to the state and congressional The conven tion was harmonious and Resolutions eulogistic of the conares ional record of the Hutchison and asking for his renomination were adopted amid other reso lutions endorsing the position of the party upon prohibition and asking for the passage of the Wilson senate bill were Unusually copious rains have visited these parts this While water has been needed we have not been solicitous for a Noahian Crops are doing fairly A good deal of corn has been either washed away or covered by the The grass is growing luxuriantly and the foliage is Paradise could certainly have not been more the eye than is our fair state at the present Jacob one of the wide awake traveling passenger agents of the Illinois Central was united in marriage last week to Miss Sarah Pax a young lady possessing all the ac complishments of true womanhood and a favorite in The groom and bride are from two of the best families in the Bronson and publishes of the Democrat of this place are building elegant residences for Bronson was the democratic postmasier evidently holding office as a Nasby is condusive to financial Our census enumerators are hard at work and are meeting generally with civility and It may be a as to whether or no the qualifications for enumerators were not to for some are already be wildered by their As a result ihere will be a large allowance necessary to be made for inacuracies upon the score of the personal V Strange Special to the June son of and Albert born last Thursday was born without an opening from it there being no trace of an anus or A surgical operation was performed by establishing an outlet and in doing so it was necessary to dissect through the en tire depth of the pelvis before the bowel vas The operation was suc essfully performed and at this time the patient is and indications ire favorable for a complete The Cut Worms MASOX June species if the cut worm is raising sad havoc in Bounties adjacent to Cerro In floyd county those who sowed small grain have had it all destroyed by these In Franklin county they have gone into many timothy fields anil have cilled the They are found from onehalf to one inch under the ground uid are about an inch and a quarter Drummed Up Considerable Sioux June on of Alderman during the last wo days secured from local merchants about S300 on forged checks and disap peared Friday Young Drumm iucceeded in cashing several checks yes after his father had published a card of warning to the Disturbed u Funeral June uneral services at the Methodist Enis church yesterday over the remains f the late Jenkins a couple of drunken men entered the church anil in errupted the pastor with oaths and oh cene They were arrested and leavily At West exercises oday were principally those of the bat alion of engineers who had a very cred lable drill for four solid hours in Ihe hot A skirmish drill and mortar firing xcrcises took place this THE CORDEIL Was Ella Cordells Body Found in the River Near Canton Doubts Entertained as to the Corpse Foun Being that of the Missinc Mysterious Grave on Crooked Escaped From Special to The June Mor Ihe Eldon and Sleven the are at They escaped from jail last night by pry ng open one of the HAWKEYE June German Lutheran in season r has three Irandied foor S 1rf nv damage by he storm a few days ago in the vicinity if Muscatine will amount to Some of the large vegetable gardens were ntirely AT Sioux Missouri river is higher than it has been ince Oscar Tibbetts aged was Irowned late last night while crossing in i boat at Sioux TRIEH TO Bracken made three desperate attempts to drown herself in the river at Sioux City She became insane by the drowning of her husband last DEADLY Joseph Nowack and young of died Friday evening of afler only a few days There are sev eral other cases in that place and a scare exists amons the people as a re A SAI a twelveyearold boy who went bathing in the river at Dubuque with a number of other boys got into deep water being unable to Charley who tried to rescue was near ly drowned in the TIIE BELLK PLAIN Uxiox is understood that Gruwell pro prietors of the Belle Plain have sold that paper to Fred post master at Dysart and former editor of the Dysart The change is to take place sometime about July Brown will resign his office as postmaster and move to this KXIGIITS AXI Farm ers alliance and the Knights of Labor have just closed a two days picnic at Merritt editor of the of was speaker for the alliance and of Coif for the Knights of Pol itics were not a point of the although Fishs speeches were en tirely free from a democratic Music was furnished by the Silver Cor net band and the Glee About two thousand people were in FECIT TREE Oto Leader tells of a farmer named Davis near that town who has fallen a victim to fruit tree A few weeks ago he owned a but now he is a The schemers got hold of him and sold him a large at the same tune get ting him to sign a statement of what he was worth liable to Then they wanted him to secure them for the bfllof and finally he deeded his farm over to and tliey leased it back to him for this year and also got a mortgage on the The most pecu liar part of the whole transaction is that the trees have not been delivered and will not he tin nest To the PoDOnPComplexion to the Old re Special to The June Ir brotherinlaw to the missing Ella was in Carthage today iii con tinuance of the search for some clue to the disappearance or murder of the un fortunate young He looked worn out from constant loss of sleep and He said to a HAWKEYE correspondent that he had about given up all hope ol solving the Ellas disappearance is a terrible said We have lost all trace of her at and can not say whether she got of the train at Hamilton or the identified the girls body as that of I did not see the remains and understood they were in bad I understand the body was identified mainly by the clothing and We havh not one particle of evidence tending to implicate anybody in the murder of the if she was mur Irwin remained in town until four oclock and then re turned home to He had intended to visit the grove on Crooked Creek this afternoon but was informed that the grave on the lonely island had nothing to do with Ella CordclPs disap as it is now believed it is the work of some hoodlums who wanted to get up an A citizen of Carthage says he has known Frank Dobbs for many years and Dobbs Js not overly Nevertheless he is not a bad man and al ways bore a fair reputation in IJreck Hancock when his parents The citizen is inclined to think that Dobbs is telling the truth about his ride with the traveling There is a growing belief amongpeople that old man Cordell did not fully estab lish the identity of his daughters The remains were in an advanced stale of decomposition as are recognized mainly from the jewelry on the body and by parts of the The as wore shoes no smaller than when the corpse found near Canton had a pair of butlon shoes on her The relatives and authorities eager to get possession of the valise carried by the girl and the ten letters which she is alleged to have written at it is will throw consid erable light on the Irwin thinks the girl stopped at Carthage and was murdered at some point in this It is the general belief that she went on as at as All races of the poor girl are lost at The mystery she murdered Did she commit suicide Is she yet alive Deputy Sheriff Starkey started for Keo tonight to secure Frank the driver of the grey He will arrive with his man on an early train in the morning and Dobbs will he required o answer some questions that have leretoforc been propounded to Your correspondent might send a column of none of which are trust It is thought llie guilty f Ihe girl was wifl soon be DEVOURED BY Meets with i HIM Loss June blew open a safe in Browns bank here at two oclock Sunday the building caught and seventeen buildings were A fireman named Prater was badly The back vaults con tained and il lias not yet peen as certained whether this is The total loss on property is Five liuemliury in Between two oclock and live oclock Sunday morning live incendiary lires were started n the thicklysettled part of the all within six The first It called the firemen to the rear of the plow works on Third where a sack of shavings had been ig The other lircs were started in sheds and Ilinnlreps of citizens turned out in The mayor will iffer a large reward for the arrest and onviction of the At nine oclock Saturday night in another part of town an attempt was made to burn an Threats are made of lynchim f the incendiaries are A Methodist Church NEW June Meth odist church at this a large frame was destroyed by fire Saturday together with the SCARING The lloiinc Tariff Bill Referred to in the June the commons lo day Vincent called the attention of the louse to the fact that the house of repre ienlalives at Washington passed a bill or enhanced prohibitory duties on cut tin plate and other articles of Brit sh He asked whether the Eng ish having regard for the disastrous effect which the senates ap iroval must have upon the South Wales and Belfast would jdhere to their view that the free im port system of the United Kingdom pre cluded the instruction to tinBrit sh minister at Washington to represent the United States government the in ury that such legislation would do to the industry of a friendly power n gave a free market to ninetyfive million pounds worth of American com eting Secretary Ferguson said he government had not been informed of any important alterations in the tariff Dillon spoke of the danger to the public peace from violent an unconstitu ional action of the magistrates and po ice of Cashel and Tipperary at the re cent Gladstone supported Dillons Balfour said the force was sent to Tipperary to preserve If anything serious happened the blame vould rest upon those who defied the jovernments Dillons motion to adjourn AN OCEA9 GREYHOUNDS The Steamship City of Koine a bat Is Palled olT in June Anchor line steamer City of rom Xew York May arrived at Jueenstown at lOoclock yesterday morn The vessel had a narrow escape from destruction at She made and in a dense fog at 4 She was going slowly and was taking soundings notwithstanding the care exer she struck Fastnet about iiree miles seaward off Crook bow Her forefoot got on the rock and hut for the promptitude displayed in reversing the engines a great fatality would have been BISMARCK Q Chancellor Caprivi Declares HU Abnente the Simplest Duties Jane the commit on the army bill today Chancellor expressed concurrence in the statement of the minister of that it would be impossible to reduce the term of compulsory military serviceThe leaden of the f reisinnige party declared that the Dm was not acceptable to them the term of service was In the course of hi remarks Chancellor Caprivi sai the withdrawal of Bismarck hai left from their less sccur than when his fascinating personality still figured before the We stil find the simplest duties difficult bccaus his weight does not fall into the scales Let us wait another year then if neces I shall be prepared to combat al conflicting elements but today still face the fray with some A Tariff Bill June Chamber of depu ties has passed Melines tariff bill bv a vote of 343 to AGAINST LIQUOR AND Stringent Ailoptctl by tl Keformecl XEW June todays ses sion of the Reformed Presbyterian synod the report of ihe committee on temper ance was It provides for the tola abolition of the liquor traffic and only unfermented wine to be allowed at the Lords In regard to tobacco the report declares that no young man should be eligible to the ministrywho uses tobacco in any The report says We note with special satisfac tion the example set by and Wanamaker in giving their entertainment without The report touches upon the discussions iu congress on the tem perance The recent decision of the supreme court respecting orig inal the report has a favorable in that it makes national legislation upon the liquor traffic Speaking of the influ ence and power of the liquor interest it says On state occasions liquors weigh the table presided over by our Christian president and his VicePresident goes in this respect to a greater excess besides this derives profit from the sale of liquors on pnoperty which he owns md The report closes by saying the iaw of total ab slinence should he most rigidly enforced by the courts of the church that we record our emphatic disap proval of the example of all es pecially high in so far they aid or abet the dire ul evil of liquor At the afternoon session a resolution was adopted instructing the moderator to forward to congress a memorial prolest ng against Sabbath work on the worlds fair and that the gates of the fair be Sundays also the sale on he grounds of all intoxicating The recommendations of the committee on tobacco are That prsebyteries be di rected to deal kindly but firmly with all iiinisters and licentiates their who may be known to con inue the use of hat elders and members of the church be positively prohibited from engaging n the sale of After a spirited debate an adjournment was had until to HATCHED BY in English Corporation at the lEottom of the IMot to Steal Lower SAX June special to he Chronicle from Lower Cal gives an interview with Jov governor of the overnor Torres says he has been n constant cypher communication vith the Mexican government since he disclosures were made and las sent a full snbstan iating all that has been He ays the Mexican government has dc ided to demand that the United States unish Walter Augustus Mer Kanford Edward Frederick Hall and others for their part n the Torres will soon send he government proofs that an English orporation was undoubtedly guilty of RAILROAD general Freight Agent Kelly Denies a Cut Hits Keen MASON Agent of the Mason City Iiirt Dodge in an interview dative to the alleged manipulation of rates on that denies that there been any cut and declares that the me hundred thousand bushels of oats in inestion were moved at the established Iassenser Kates June accordance with he western railroad agreements the pas engcr rate was restored today to the lasis in effect prior to the beginning of lie rate At the meeting of the Central Traflic association today the Lake Shore lotice of a rate of fortytwo cents on Iressed meats from Chicago to the sea ward to meet the cuts of the Grand It is announced a further re iictionof the cattle rate from 20 to 24 and pork in barrels and lard in ierces iT to cents to New Jlher roads will meet these The International Typographical thirty Mghtli annual session of the International Typographical Union convened in this ity The most important action vas the passing of a resolution endorsing he ChascBreekinridgc international opyright bill and directing the secretary o communicate the same to the presi ent of the senate and the speaker of the The resolution urges congress to iass the bill as originally in luding the typesetting and nonimpor ation Ietitioii forun Extra June a unanimous ote tonight the city council petitioned Jovernor Fifer to call an extra session of he state legislature to consider a consti utional amendment permitting the city f Chicagos bonded indebtedness to be ncreased The sum named is or the purpose of promoting the success f the worlds Efforts to increase lie amount so as to provide for other municipal undertakings were A Damaging Hail June most severe hail storm ever known about here isited the western part of the county Great damage was done to rops and in advanced age the declining are wonderfully refreshed by Hoods t really does make the weak To DUpel Headaches and to cleanse the ystem yet when cos ive or or when the blood is im iure or to permanently cure labitual to awaken the kid leys and liver to a healthy int irritating or weakening use iyrup of The Xext EGeneral June committee of he Methodist Episcopal church having n charge the location of the next general today decided it should be eld in Omaha some time in Change of monthly ir hot are cured by liles Free samples at Vittes drug store Murder and June Meen a carpenter aged killed lis wife and fatally shot himself this The couple had separated sometime So table should be without a bottle of An gostura the world renowned Appe tizer of exquisite Berare of counter An Aged Pioneer Special to The June Abso am Bolts is dead at an advanced ihe wag a pioneer of the Hoffmans Hannleag Headache cure all headache per box at A HORRIBLE Little Willie of Dies of He was Bitten by a Rubid Dog Six his Deuth He Seri ously Bites Both Mother anil HU June six the threeyearold son of William the livinsr at Perry was playing about with a dog belonging to the gro dog in a fit of anger snapped at the little fastening his teeth in the childs Tie ran home and his parents applied some simple ointment to the lacerated which rapidly and no more was thought about the mat The dog did not exhibit any signs of rabies and is yet On Saturday evening the child refused to eat and acted very His parents noticed that he stared vacantly at everything and when placed in bed he sprang from one side to the other appar ently in great This continued until early Sunday morning when Spalding and Martin were hastily called and they pronounced it a marked case of When they arrived the child was exceedingly nervous and would tiy into spasms if touched or shown water or ItJwus difficult to make an ex amination of the child on this There was a dry rattling in its but it had no and during the hor rible convulsions it had bitten its tongue and lacerated the inside of its mouth in a shocking The spasms continued o grow They would occur every two or three and the who was consious all of the seemed o know when they were coming for lie would clutch his mother about the neck in a frantic He had a wild stare in his eyes all of the time and the nusclesof the eyelids had become so that the eyes were open all of the These horrible spasms continued intil about oclock Sunday when the child sank into the muscles of the entire body became permanently the lingers and thumbs being drawn iu withterrible and the eyes of the poor sufferer wide waiting for the kiml y hand of death to bring Two iiours later death After death he physicians were able to make an ex imlnation and they found all the symp toms of Tinre were great vhite blisters under the and ither marks of the awful During the dying struggles of the hild he bit both his mother and his Carl In Carlins he skin was broken and blood Howed rom the Dodds linger vas not bitten through and only pre ud a blue and bruised They were trying to administer medicine vhen the child snapped at their Che wounds in both cases were promptly mil thoroughly cauterized and no serious are STKEET OAR DRIVERS New Conductors ind Drivers Stoned at June noon today InConsolidated Railroad coin any made an to run Po ICB were massed at one barn where the ittempt was made and around which ime two thousand people had The first car was derailed after running mills and the driver pursued hrough hut finally The second car was also thrown icross tracks and damages by strikes and the conductor and driver The olicc had no control and did not prc end to give protection to the new em their sympathies heing plainly with the strikers despite the mayors over Ion thousand people were nassed between a couple of squares nd the excitement was The driver of the second car vas afterwards escorted to the depot md placed on a Mayor ruck then issued orders no nore cars tie run After order was soon restored and thu ilriknrs dispersed very Ths is discouraged arid attributes inability to run cars to a lack of mliee A consultation was tad with Adjutant General Hawkins iu regard lo calling out the hut he bought the necessity had not The city council tonight adopted reso utions calling for arbitration of the niat and instructing the city solicitor f the company refuses to arbitrate to in ililute proceedings for revocation of Its The company contemplates an ther effort to start this cars Their manager says they will neither irbitrati nor advance the Printing and ICnrcen XKW Camp of the Anchor Lino An from llasgow today reports he ighted the French steamer La Burgern miles east of Sandy Hook noving slowly The Bur gem left here Saturday for Havre with a large passenger The French com panys officers here do not believe it was he La Burgerne that was sighted and and say had it been her she would have cached New York before nerv ns blues cured by Miles Samples free at Wlttes drug Treasurer Ifeminjeway June grand nry today returned two indictments gainst exState Treasurer Hemingway or the alleged of tate He pleaded not guilty and he judge fixed his bail at on ach which will probably be urnished 1 The Three Xew Battle From the Boston The three new battle ships whose con struction has been provided for in the bill which has passed congress will differ in several material respects from any ves sels now in our They are to 314 feet U8 feet with a draught of 23 feet Their max imum horse power will be an their speed or a little over miles per The hulls are to double bottom and the coal bunkers areijij arranged so to affoi some protection to the There will be a belt of 17inch extending IM 4 feet i inches belowss the water line and 2 feet 10 inches aboveJl Above that will be bulkheads of 14inch There will be an armor deck inches thick and a submerged deck inches The are to have big foil in number for each which will mounted in turrets fore and Theseij turrets to be 24 feet in with armor 17 inches While tb vessels will not be as large as some of t monsters of European they be strong enough to givei good account of They will be good for service and wtM make a substantial addition to our i at a point where compared with navies it is Pears la the purest and beat soup ever o From the Leavemartb A man at Leavenworth has been b by which original package have not 11   

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