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   Burlington Hawk-Eye (Newspaper) - June 12, 1890, Burlington, Iowa                                THE SVKEYE ESTABLISHED THURSDAY JUNE PRICE 15 CERTS PER DEPEMEM PENSION The House Adopts the Conference Report on the Senate Senate Finance Committee Report Favor ably on the BOOM Silver Will IKOffered as a Salwtl tato for the Senate June speaker announced the appointment of of as a member of the committee on and of as a mem ber of the committee on ways and means tt fill vacancies occasioned by the resigna tion of of of presented a conference report on the senate dc pendent pension of asked that report go over until tomorrow that it might be Morril The previous question was lli MnrMII in explanation of the report stated that the conference committee struck out the dependent feature of the siuiate bill and the service feature of the house The measure determined not exactly what he would de sire but was the best he could it would distribute among poor soldiers of the of protested against the conference holding it ignores the demand of the left his prayers unanswered and buried in the basement of the capilol with his petition for a per diem rate of of entered a vigorous ugainsl Ihe manner in which the bill was brought before the Then1 was no opportunity of fered to members to its provi of favored the bill on the ground that it would place on the pension rolls names and would increase the pension of men now on the bill was not all he could haviwished but it was Ihibest that could be ob Tinconference was agreed nays The fol lowing is the in detail Anderson of Atkinson of trimlie of Itiirhanan of New Clark of Cotn Ciilbcrtson of Frank Har llayiicrsllcndcrson if Henderson of Kerrof Martin of McClcl McKin Muorc of New Hamp ODon oNell ol ONcll of Massachu ONcillof Outli Owen of OWCIIK of 1ar Kock Siiiith of Stewart of mock St Taylor of Townsend of TuwiiHcml of 1emiHyl Curlier of Walker of MaHsachu Wiillniie of New Wiek Williams of of Wilson of Wilson of of Hrickinridfce of Ihichaoan of Ilark ol Ilillursiiii of Dock Cuiiid Henderson of North Lester of Jeo Leslcnit Miml Moine ot Holierl How tStew art of Stone of Till Turner of Turner of New Wheeler of of presenled a con rereuce report on the senale ll over without action until I OIUOITOW anil Ihe house THE The liamiee Committee vitniltty mi the House silver June the senate adverse reports were made from tin on Stanfords bill for government loans on liens of real estate anil on the bill lo abolish metal money and the bills were imlelinitcly The senate bill extending the criminal jurisdiction of the circuit and district courts lo the greal lakes and their con necting waters was The committee 4111 linauce reported back favorably with sundry amendments Ihe house silver bill and gave notice that at tln proper lime it would be ollered as a substitute for the senate The1 senate silver bill was then taken up and Knsiis addressed the He spoke in favor of unrestricted and was followed by Senator Turpie on the same The silver bill then went over until Among tin bills passed was the senate bill for a public building at Wis to eosi si increasing tho cost of the public Imildingal lliiluth from to senale bill to prohibit monopoly in the transportation of cattle to foreign countries which was tinder discussion hist Monday was again taken up and passed without further Vest having consented to the amendment in sorting the words not already contracted for in good faith by persons or parties having cattle for transportation at the date of such contract sufficient to occupy such storage The senate joint resolution in regard to export trade in cattle was then taken up and Vest made a statement in ex planation and advocacy of after which it was It requests the presi dent of the United Suites to cause corres pondence and negotiations to bo had with the authorities of I5roat Britain for the purpose of securing abrogation or modification of the regulations now en forcod which cattle imported into Groat lirilain from the United States to bo slaughtered at the port of entry and prohibiting the same from being car ried alive to other places in said king The senate bill to provide for in spection of live cattle and hoof products intended for export to foreign countries was then taken up and It re tjuiros tho secretary of agriculture to cause to be made a careful inspection of all live cattle and beef products intended for export to foreign countries from the United with a view to ascertain whether such cattle and beef product are free from dis oasc and for this purpose he may ap point inspectors who shall be authorized to give an official certificate clearly stat ing the condition in which such animals and beef products arc and no clearance shall bo given any vessel hav ing on board cattle of beef products for exportation to a foreign country unless the owner or shipper of such cattle has a certificate from the inspectors stating that said cattle for beef products are sound and free from Tho senate bill for establishing a port of delivery at Rock The senate then proceeded to the con sideration of individual pension bills on tho calendar and passed seventyfive of After an executive session the senate then 3wae Chairman 1 rom the committee on aubmlttedtotiu boon ADptnprUtion It jtoW amwoprtatkw the regular and special and in excess of the appropriation carried by the last The report states that it is apparent the excess is largely due to the features not incor porated in the last sundry civil among which are the eleventh artificial limbs for disabled homes for disabled volunteer aid to state homes for and a large number of appropriations for public The House Silver June senate committee on finance today considered and amended the house silver The provision making certificates issued in payment for bullion legal tender for public and private debtate was struck out leaving them receivable for customs taxes and public The customs re demption clause was striken out also the section providing for free coinage of silver whenever the market price is one dollar for 3711K grains pure This act is to take effect thirty days after its passage and shall terminate at the expiration of ten years The action of the committee was not unani but the minority will make no re reserving the right to offer amend ments on floor of the The striking out of the bullion redemption clause was by a practically unanimous THE WHEAT CEOP OF SerionK Falling in the Acreage and a Marked lecline in June statiscal returns of to the department of ag riculture include preliminary estimates of the siren of both spring and and its While several states increased the area of winter wheat last the heavy reduction by plowing iid planting in other crops to replace the winter wheat killed in Illinois and Indiana and to a limited extent in two or three other states has reduced the acreage in every wheatgrowing state of any prominence except Kansas and Ore The percentages represent the actual area now in comparison with the acreage harvested last and include all that was seeded last ex has been replaced by the other The general average is a re duction of per cent from last years wheat The pcrseutages of the principal states are as follows New 1ennsyl 8s M M 8i Kill SO An increase in acreage of spring wheat is except in Wisconsin and Da the percentages arc i US 104 Nebraska 105 the There is also an increase in Washington and the Tingeneral persentagc is Taking winter and spring wheat to gether the percentage of last years breadth is showing a net loss of nearly The estimated area of was The condition of growing winter wheat has declined from Sll to since the 1st of A slight improvement is noticed in New Ohio and The condition of wheat in lllinoise and Texas remains at the low figures of last A decline is apparent in Missouri and and in nearly all the southern The plants are generally thin on the ground and lacking in The patches of bare spots are more conspicuous as the season The averages of condition of the principal states are New S7 07 72 Sli 84 Michigan nil H 77 Sd The following arc some of the spring wheat percentages of condition Wis trj H7 93 Ne 90 The average of the entire spring wheat breadth is The reported area of oats is the The area of barley is The area of rye is The area of clover is IN THE it Northern Iaeilii Train Kuli IMTK Die June is much excitement here over the capture Sheriff of this of Charles one of the bandits who held up the Northern 1aciiTc train at New Salem last The prisoner was captured at Grand river after a desper ate chase of several He has con fessed and says there were live in tin gang that did the1 He offered the sheriff a thousand dollars to release The sheriff has started out again in pur suit of the who are headed for the Hlack Wreck on the Santa June an early hour this morning a head end collision occurred on the Santa Fe near Willis between Chicago and As far as we wenable to the Joliet passenger pulled by engine ran into attached to a construction Engineer Harry of who bad charge of the passenger was killed and his fireman badly No passengers wenkilled or seriously Army to le June The court martial ordered to for various of fenses against the military Captain Alonzo assistant quarter master Major quarter master department of Major Joseph and Al ber all of the United States commended here yesterday with Henry of the twentythird president of the To Dinpel 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 Wants Only Sober June The Bal timore Ohio railroad company has sent to each employe a circular note stating that the company will not under any circumstances employ men who are in the habit of becoming All employe known to frequent drinking places are warned to discontinue the practice or quit the companys exstate auditor of says I have used Chamber lains Cough Remedy in my family and have no hesitation in saying it is an ex cellent I believe it is all that is claimed for Persons afflicted by a cough or cold will find it a There is no danger from whooping cough when this remedy is freely Fifty cent bottle for sale by all Fatally Burned by June By an explosion of natural gas in the cellar of a dwelling house on Pike Allegheny aged her were fatally A Bit Jewelry June Thieves broke into Nortons jewelry store last night and stole about worth SDLLWAN MOCKED The Boston Bruiser Meets His Match in A Veteran WMhinrton Jonrnalut Order Him Oat of Bertmarant and tbe Burly Bortonian Cite Cp and s Jane excitingly interesting if not sensational scene oc curred John Chamberlins celebrated restaurant this A party of wellknown newspaper men from New New Jersey and dined this evening at At the latter place Isaac one of the brightest and most intellectual writers in the and for a long time connected with the New York gave a dinner to a party of his newspaper friends in the main They had just seated themselves at the when a wellmade muscular man came and was introduced to the party as John It was in deed the noted and hewas pretty well OIlie the bright young editor of the New Haven was one of the dinner and when Sullivan coolly drew up a chair and took a seat at the Osborne shoved his chair as much as to say if this man is going to be a guest at this I am Sullivan noticed the and commenced using some rather boisterous language about saying that he was a After speaking his speech he of fered his hand to The in the was looking Sul livan straight in the and when the big hand of the slugger was reached to ward him he refused to accept Sulli van demanded an and he got it quick and spirited from Brom who said This is a private dinner and these gentlemen are my guests and you are an offensive I refuse to take your hand because you are a bully and a The big bruiser looked at Bromley as though he would like to maul him but the latter looked him square in the face and never how contented himself in firing off a few explosive and when he Bromley demanded that he should leave the Sullivan gazed at amazed at his coolness and The latter sat quietly in his seat and commanded Sullivan to leave the In the the latter had arisen from his and was standing directly in front of looking at him sav There were many gentlemen in the dinning hall at the and there was much suppressed Tin guests of Bromley were ex tremely nervous and and moved restlessly in their All pres ent expected to see the notorious prize lighter kick over the and with his sledgehammer blows pound all present to a but he did nothing of the After looking at Bromley for a full the latter quietly continued his Sullivan turned on his heel and walked out of the It was a clear case where nerve and in tellectuality triumphed over brute Bromley is an old man but he is dead and Sullivan no doubt made up his mind that he had met the wrong man to COLUMBUS OAK noon during a A scene of con fusion ensued and quite a number of per sons were The most seriously were wife of the pas tor of Grace and Miss of BTJBLUGTOH DID THE FIGHT AGAINST National Temperance Congress in Session in New York The Street Kailway Company Makes An other UnsucrrsKful Kflort to Move June con solidated street railway made another ef fort to start street cars this and the results and scenes enacted were sim ilar to those of Women took a i hand in stopping cars and employes of j some of the leading manufactories closed down so as to be able to assist the strik The mayor was present and or dered the arrest of two citizens who were blocking the The situation was but no one was The company insists on protection from the and the mayor claims the police force is inadequate to tho If a compromise is not reached the mayor states he will ask for if the de mand is made by the car RAVAGED BY Ural in the Mountains in Russia have been received here of disastrous conflagrations and great loss of life and property in the mining district of the Iral The iron works at 1faleisk and Xew one thousand four three churches and hospitals and magazines were com pletely lorty persons were burned to death and were made AN ILLINOIS Citizens of Cliannahon Crazccl With Fear Lives June report was sent out from here last night that a dis astrous cyclone had devastated Channa a small town a few miles distant form this and that many pcop e were It is learned today that no lives were lost by the but many buildings were moved from their founda tions and trees and outhouses The lightning and thunder were terriffic and people were crazed with HAPPILY Two Popular Young ladles of Carthage Special to THE June mar riage of Ernst of Rock to Miss Sarah of took place this evening at five oclock in the Presbyterian father of the offi The happy couple took the evening train for The groom is professor of languages in Carthage College at this Yesterday afternoon at three at the home of the brides mother in this James Sumner of and Miss Bess Tress daughter of Ada were married by Holmes president of Carthage The groom is a former student of Carthage College and the bride is the daughter of the late the first president of the Canada Wanto Fast June Domin ion government has decided to advertise in the leading English papers for tenders for a fast Atlantic steamship The advertisement will call for a minimum average speed of eighteen knots per hour from port to a French port being the starting point on the other the vessels to call at either Southampton or as may be hereofter agreed A Brakemant Bad June a brakeman employed by the New London Northern instant ly killed his ten months by shooting the child as it lay asleep in a cradleCostello then fired three shots at his one striking her corset which saved her Domestic trouble is the KDltMi by mS witch June Hugh the wife of a was acci dentally run over and killed by a switch engine this whcninf The Second Day of the Tournament at Special to the June at ten single entrance two dol opened the days work at the annual tournament of the Iowa State Sports mans Association There were twentyfour all moneys were di Young went to the foot with Shoot entrance ten thirtyseven entrjes first money was divided between Tuck of of Clin of and of Second was won by Tom of Runge got Ebner Black Budd took third on the Bur lington was shut Shoot pairs of en trance two dollars and fifty twenty entries Leopold got Black Young and Ebner but none of them got any Shoot This was the event of the It was entered by sixteen teams of two men One from two from one from two from Des six from and the following from Burlington with scores Leopold and of the Burlington Shooting thirteen Young and of the Crystal Lake eight Min ard and of the Des Moines County TrapShooters Again the Burlington shooters seemed to be out of for no money came near Runge and Leopold prayed for death in any and Young and Ebner were The trophy was won by Charlie Budd and George of Des as everybody was betting would be the but only after a long tussel on the The first money came to Davenport in shoot twelve single two dollars entrance twentyfour Leopold got of took first on a clean and the other moneys were In an extra event of ten single targets Ilunge and Black got eight and Black took third on the In another extra of iifteen single two dollars en Leopold got nine and Black but no In another ex tra of like conditions Black got thirteen and third In another extra ten single targets for a Runge got Brockway Black ten Black shot out the tie and got the and Brockway shot out for In another like Black got ten straight and first Charlie Budd second on the shoot In another extra five live singles for five Black got in along with Budd and Tucker with a straight score and divided The annual meeting of the association was held iu the Kimball house this even Burlingtons nine men stood solid for but Des Moines downed them and the next state shoot will be held of was reelected president of Des first of second vice president Nelson of Des and of Des The directors ap pointed were Budd and George of Des Moines of Burlington of Clear Lake of The annual dues were reduced from five to two Deems to Made j Opening AddrewnilBiala The Omaha Days GENERAL FOREIGN The GermanEngltah Land June James Ga in an article on the negotiations now being carried on by England and Germany relative to the territory in says a probable settlement will be reached by the terms of which the Germans will evacuate Witu and abandon their claims to the territory behind The Gazette further says that a line will be drawn across Victoria one degree south of the to the east ern boundary of the Congo All disputed territory north of this line will be and all south of it KditorOIIrienWedsa June wedding of William the wellknown Irish leader and editor of the Frcsmans Jour and a daughter of a banker of took place in this Among the guests present were and other colleagues of the bridegroom in the house of June eni tbomand people itfcfeaftar Michael Davitt Seriously the wellknown Irish is seriously Shaken up by an June violent shock of earthquake occurred at Poligny and other towns in the department of Shot His Aced June Mil a small town about ten miles from Daniel fruit this morning shot and killed his aged and then shot and killed him He is supposed to have been tem porarily A Steamer Seized by a Customs June little steamer North Star has been seized by the customs inspector on charges of vio lating the Canadian customs The it is has been for the pan six months engaged in carrying Chi nese from British Columbia into Wash Alvarez Cortez CITY OF June the selfstyled general who re cently headed a small revolt in the state of has been arrested and will be The Kemmler June on motion of the attorney gen has vacated and dismissed the writ of habeas corpus in the Kemmler He if Too From the Clinton Senator of Scott is understood to crave the democratic nom ination for Bather too much avoirdupois there to run errands among the departments for A prime requisite of the successful con gressman is agility in that branch of his To the young face Pozzonis Complexion Powder gives fresher to the old re newed Try The Way it From the Lowell Census Enumerator to head of the you married or sir Head of the Enumerator a little you a wife Head or female Head now thoroughly is one of the questions I am not go ing to Beeefcams PUfe act like magic on a weak From tite Detroit Any Detroit workingman who prefers trade to protection can get it by going to They have lots of it NEW June Deems was made president of the National Tem perance congress which convened here today and began its work by discussing the question state and national pro hibition desirable and feasible He held it to be desirable and instanced the con dition of Maine now and before its tem perance Robert who was introduced as a representative of the church movement in behalf of took the ground that na tional or state prohibition was neither desirable nor The total prohibi tion of sale or manufacture of wines and fermented or distilled he would be an extreme law and should have an impregnable he was not In spite of it the sale of liquor goes on prac tically openly in part of the in Ban gor and other towns of Maine and in New Vermont and He was in favor of high The next topic taken up was The Battle at the opening address being by of Aber South This referred to the pending struggle in be half of the prohibition amendment in The speaker said the strug gle was sure to lead to success through out the state of The result depended on the city of They needed assistance in their battle against the saloon If prohibition lost the fight in Iowa would be wrested from but if successful he could foresee the entire northwest free from li The day was given up to the dis cussion of papers on kindred ILLINOIS Republican County Convention at Koek Correspondence of THE ROCK June re publican county convention was a most harmonious The first two nomina tions were made without it was generally conceeded that Lucian Adams should succeed himself and there was no question of opposition to the nomination of Kahler as county His experience as deputy under who declined a renomination qualified him for the The above named are both popular men within the party and are a source of strength in being drawing cards from the other Luther a retired was nominated for sheriff and he will be sworn into the office the first Monday of next December which is the day appointed by law for the in coming and the outgoing to Campbell an old soldier was honored with the nomination for the ofllcc of county If he does not receive a rousing majority it will not be for want of his friends and general Southwell was re nominated to look after the educational interest of the Crawford was endorsed as a fit candidate to the senatorial convention to represent Henry and Rock Island counties in the state Collins was named as the choice of the convention for representative in the lower house of the state There was one resolution which was passed without a dissenting towit Endorsing the renomination of Gest for This was a matter of love on the part of the a majority of whom have known or been acquainted with his good work for the past two There is no mistaking the fact that Gest has a warm spot in the hearts of the people of this Those same warm friends are ever ready to lend a helping hand to their friend or whoever else as pires to his There is something about the composition of the general re publican of Rock Island is They fight their battles in the convention or hut when the nominations are made they lock arms and stand back to back for the good Laggards and halfway men receive no MISSOURI The State Convention Assembles at Jo seph and Xomlnates June dem ocratic state convention to nominate su preme state superintendent of members of the state railway commission and to elect a new state cen tral met here today and took a recess till two this afternoon after choosing Pope Yeaman as temporary Upon reassembling the committee on credentials and order of re ported and their reports were Benton was elected president of the After extempore speeches the convention proceeded to ballot for supreme At midnight six ballots had been taken without a nomination having been BOUGH ON Opposed to a New York Man for the June The Rrjcky tain the leading democratic paper of the contains a doubleleaded edi torial this morning which takes strong grounds against the nomination of by the national democracy of either Cleve land or Hill or any other New York man for The Xews appeals to the party to give the west and south a Arkansas Nominates a Labor LITTE June The con vention of the union labor party yester day nominated a full state Fizer was named for South Dakota June The South Dakota democratic convention met to day with 260 delegates Co of chosen temporary To Succeed June of Grant was nomi nated on the two hundred and seventh for to succeed ProTincial Caadldates June The nominations for the general provincial which are to take place a week were made Premier Mercier was renominated by Session of June The annual session of the Norwegian Lutheran Church of represented by about thirteen hundred began here The meeting is composed of three sects of the which have been separated for and will result in their uniting under the name of United Norwegian Lutheran Church of The opening address today was by Sven OftedaL of Ansbnry This is the largest religious gathering ever held in tbe northwest and includes the ablest mien of the denomina tion from an over the United Jane Tme annual meet ing of tte Northwestern Associated was heldat the Tremont noose in this city Hothing but routine bui The financial con ditioMoftheaMoeisUonii good anditt lowing officers and directors were elected for the ensuing year of the Davenport president George of the Sioux j vice president of the Springfield State secretary of the treasurer Rose of the Omaha Hen of the Quincy and of the Dubuque execu tive The association ad journed to meet at the call of the presi OBHSDUL PACKAGES IN Paul Morton Discourses Learnedly on the From the Chicago Speaking of original packages in remarked Paul vice president of the Whitebreast Fuel com in his office in the Rookery Build ing this is not the first experience that the state of Iowa has had with that com Shortly after the election in that which went for the liquor dealers and brewers resorted to all manner of strategy to smuggle bev erages into the townsof the Ilawkeye I was in the railroad business and we discovered suddenly that we were receiving new freight that was not mentioned in the classification For at one of the ineetinsof the western classification committee a question arose as to the classification of Milwaukee conversation We were all in the Bark as to what new mineral water had been sprung upon and we found out further than what we surmised when we saw the labels on the which bore such names as the Philip Best Brewing Pabst Brewing Therewas another liquid that came up for known as in The kegs bore labels similar to those on the bottles of conver sation Nerve tonic and vinegar ine were beverages that sprung suddenly into popular favor after the prohibition law went into Some of our brewer shippers got to shipping hardware in kegs to but that commodity was never consigned to other It seemed to be a peculiar kind of adapted to the wants of the lowans Along about the time 1 refer to walk ing canes flew into popularity in and nearly every man in the state car ried It was fashionable to change them often each and they sold like hot cakes at fifty cents com ordinary ten cent such as we boys used to throw rings at in Nebraska City when the circus was in I spent a day in Dubnque once and bought a because I saw every man I met carried I tried it on the first lamp post I came to and broke it in the mid A lot of ambercolored stuff ran and I discovered that inside was a little glass tube running the length of the The cane was loaded with I thought it was but one of my friends told me it was peach I went out with the officials at an other time in our presidents and while at Albia some one discovered that the stock of bottled goods had been left Martin was our colored never hed run out and get some He came back with a and we had whisky sours every morning the rest of the Eh No I never drank a I should have used the pronoun they in stead of Cocoanuts were quoted higher in Iowa than in any other state in the I found that the end of the nut was the milk drawn out and spirits blown We raised the classification on cocoanuts at the next meeting to three times first There were two distinct grades of eggs sold by the Iowa Imported eggs sold for S3 a dozen and the common hen article for 12 The imported contained extract of corn They were tampered with in a manner similar to the NEWS PSOM the The Commencement Exercises of Aledo Correspondence of The June commence ment exercises of the seventeenth anni versary of the Aledo was held last evening in the First Presbyterian The following program was carried out entire Music by Cupitun City and Vestal Presentation of All acquitted themselves with We understand that Professor Wiley will discontinue the academy that it would be a decided benefit to Aledo to make an earnest effort and retain the academy is a fact evident to That the professor is an able instructor and can in still into our youth a prime is also a settled Then let the citizens of Aledo and the county be up and doing effective work before it is too wife of died at Millersburg last week after a lin gering The republican congressional com mittee of the eleventh met in Monmouth on the M Mercer and Henderson counties were not It was decided to hold the convention for the nomination of a can didate for congress at Bttshnell on the 22d of A school litigation of long standing be tween of the Keithsburg and the citizens of Biggsville was finally acted upon last week by the circuit court of Henderson The case was thrown out of court by Judge Frank Owens will represent the Aledo camp 240 at the grand en campment in Jacksonville on the 23d The normal institute of Mercer county will open in its annual session in the pub lic school building in this city on the 7th of The session will continue for one Able instructors have been secured and all educators would profit by being Judge James Connell and wife cele brated the twentieth anniversary of their wedded life on the It is almost a settled fact that Aledo will celebrate the coming Fourth of eclipsing anything held in the past or likely to be held in the COMMIHOnusflx The Koraaal and Scientific Institute of BlaoatflcM Graduates Seren Special to The June com mencement exercises of the Normal and Scientific Institute takes place this Monday evening the two societies gave their program jointly and seven members The Clay tomans were repre sented bj who discussed the subject of the two and was pronounced by all as being the best speech of Brookhart repre Philomatheana and spoke of two great men of two great Tues day night the Alumni was represented by Frank Kelson of the class of 89 and the large audience was treated to an intel lectual feast Tonight will be the music under the direction of aid on Thursday night the seientiiesrwin give their program w WAPEILO A Destruetire Cyelone Visits that Locality Tuesday Night Dwelling Homes Kednced to Kindling IVood and the Inmates Seriously In Deaths General State Special to The June place was visited by a severe cyclone last even ing about seven It came from the northwest and first struck the fair where it destroyed the judges floral kitchen and ticket All these buildings were reduced to kindling wood and scat tered about the north end of the The fence about the fair ground was also mostly Passing east of the fair the residences of Rryant and Ivcs were torn to None of the inmates were but all were more or less in The barns of Michael Weston and Hicklin were also de In the latter was a team of horses and The structure was carried some distance and was then thrown to the ground and The stock went along with the but escaped Tne old Hydraulic mills was the last building It was all the windows knocked and was otherwise Many residences along the line of the storm are some The path of the cyclone proper was only ninety feet and it changed its course a number of times before it got out of The entire storm did not last over two min and the noise it made resembled that of a wagon being driven The loss is estimated to be at least The Agricultural society is the heaviest loser and it will be some time before the buildings can be restored as they were before the All are glad it was no JOHN GEAR Republican Convention llelil at Wapello anil State Delegates Special to The June Louisa county republican convention was held here today and was largely Delegates were elected to the state con and judical Resolutions were passed endorsing the congressional record of John Gear and favoring his The candidacy of Riley for dis trict judge was An early passage of the Wilson bill was urged and Pray was recommended for re nomination as clerk of the supreme The delegates to the state con vention are as follows Holi Fred Arthur Herman Jonas To the congressional convention G Thomas To the judicial convention Jesse A MUCH MARRIED or Council Cornea I Smiling With Three COUNCIL June There was considerable excitement caused in this city Tuesday when the truth was published regarding the polygamous pro clivities of one the keeper of a small restaurant at S15 Main From all indications Clarke is a much married Several years ago he mar ried in The re suit of the union was a who is now a minister of the gospel in Dubuque or During this first married Clarke was frequently absent from on business of In due course of time his wife discovered that he had another partner of his in a distant and that there was a wife with three who are now aged 14 and ll This naturally caused a tempest in the tea Hubby lit out by the moonlight but was subsequently arrested in this The matter was settled in some way and for a very brief period the matri monial monomaniac was Finally he found another victim and she became wife The result of this union was one who died in and an other that is now innocently leading a cradle and is really fatherless in the strongest sense of the Mis daughter by his second wife ar rived here on Friday and with the aid of the police located her father at 81S Main What was her astonish ment to find him married to a third This nearly broke the young girls heart and she fell in a Wife who was probably never before aware of her husbands was also pros and the restaurant by brevet at 815 Main street was deluged with The old man asked for an interview with his which was but when she came at the appointed hour her wife 3 and baby 6 had left for parts and the restau rant was left to run itself and has so done business up to Where Clarke has gone is not but he is in hard for even Utah will close its gates against him under late All those who have seen young Miss 4f extend to her the greatest sym IOWA SONS OP The Opening Bay of the State Encamp ment at Special to The June Sons of Veterans of con vened in Graham opera house at 1 Colonel Fred White in the Some fifty camps The committee on credentials was appointed and some other preliminary business transacted when an adjournment was ta ken until tomorrow at nine The Daughters of Veterans assembled at Grand Army hall at one Law of Des in the chair ten camps are Noth ing but preliminary business was affected and an adjournment was taken until to A huge camp fire took place this evening in the Graham opera Chaplain Losier and other notables were Apjutant Millers report today showed 110 camps in tbe state with a member ship of again of thirtythree camps and 612 members during rhe AN OLD MANS Tired of Lite He Attempts Suicide by Cntting Special to The NORTH Jane an old man aged eighty years living at attempted snicied by cutting his He was found about a mile from home in a terrible having gashed Bis windpipe open and slashed bothhis After doing tbe deed he cooly replaced the deadly instru a in his He no reason for bis and it is thought he was temporarily June the second days session of the Iowa Bankers asso ciation here The chief topic was the Finn bill relating to state supervision and inspection of institutions recerrfns It called out awant discus sionSereral papers were also The bankerfcwere driven around theettx and tendered a L morrow will be taken up with the elec tion and installation of The committee on recommendation will recom mend president of the First National of for Sioux is likely to be selected for the next Tlremen Parade at June annual parade of the state firemen took place some twenty towns and cities being Cedar Rapids took the prize for the largest and best appearing department the LRoot drill of took first prize for the best appearing com pany the Mentzer of took second An Iowa Road to Be June ex ecution was issued by the clerk of the district court here today for the sale of the Webster City and Southwestern rail The sale is the result of the fore closure proceedings instituted Jty the Crooked Creek railway company on a me chanics lien for held by tho latter The road will be sold in a few Held for Special to Tho DES June Dunn was today held to the grand jury under five thousand dollars bonds for crimin ally assaulting fourteen year old Jennie The of the city took a great interest in the case and its members thronged the court room en couraging the states Sioux City to Hare a Raltroad June state railroad commissioners have ordered tho building of a viaduct over net work of railroad tracks on lower Fourth The viaduct will be sixty feet wide and ISO fuet with approaches on either side 450 feet Kobbed a Special to The DKS June Iturlington and Quinuy freight house was entered by burglars last night and two valises secured which were found to day in a tough part of the town rilled of their Shot Special to The DES June Bran a twelveyearold was playing with a which he didnt know was last It the ball passing through his Had His Bnek Special to Tho DKS June tho falling of slate in the Eureka coal mines this Amiel aged twenty had his back broken and will Appointed AnttlHtant State Special to Tho DES June Boies this morning appointed of and Abraham of assistant state A Fire at What WHAT June Downing foundry and machine shops here were burned to the ground Tuesday The lire was a very singular one as there has been no work done at the foundry for some No HAWKBYE ATTEMPTED Alice a talented young lady of Fork attempted suicide Saturday by taking a large dose of At last accounts she was very with slight chances of No cause A YOUXO FoKIIKIl IN THE a young Bohemian living at Cedar is accused of forging the name of former employer to four checks for S each and starting for He was overtaken and brought back and Is now lodged in STiircK prospecting for coal a short distance south of Corn ing the other day water was struck at a depth of one hundred The drill was withdrawn and the water spurted forty feet above the bringing up sand and pieces of rock and The How promises to be OVERESTIMATED from points in Iowa covering the terri tory loaded by the tremendous rains of last week indicate that the damage to growing crops was greatly Innumerable insects went destroyed and it is fair to presume that the beneficial effects of the rain will offset the damage FocKTii OF Dodge horsemen have just completed ar rangements for holding a grand speed tournament at the driving park in this city on July Among the features will be a threeminute class trot for a a purse of S300 and a freeforall dash for 8150 Horses arc expected from all over the state and a successful meet ing is looked KICKED A Coch a farmer residing a few miles north of was kicked by a horse Monday morning and had three ribs broken in his right one of the ribs penetrating the of and of this were called and set the broken and report their patient in a critical con BITTEN Bv A RABID day last week the son of Ed of Lake while playing in the was bitten by a rabid and shortly afterward displayed strong symp toms of Before the char acter of the disease was discovered he had bitten two other who also display strong symptoms of the dread There is small hope of the children IOWA STATE fourth annual meeting of the Iowa State Bank ers association opened in Dubuque Tues The attendance was about one hun The visitors were welcomed by Mayor The forenoon was large ly occupied in exchange of greetings and drives about the In the afternoon President James of Storm delivered an taking as his sub Our A steamboat ride in the evening closed the exercises of the A BURGLAU weeks ago the drug store of Fred White at Clermont was entered by after a fruitless search for set to the place and came near burning the Sheriff of West the other day captured one of the mem suspected of the crime at and brought him back to Cler where he was bound over in the sum of He gives the name of Ed Travis and claims be a railroad The other members of the gang have not as yet been apprehended CAST COLLECT BACK was ascertained at Marshalltown Tues day by referring the matter to the county attorney that the back county claims alleged to be due many volun teers from this cannot be col being barred by the statute of limitations after five years from the time the said county was authorized by the county as decided by the state su preme court in 1873 in a similar This being veterans will lose the bounty to which they were once en titled and the county is saved an mous The following clipped contains Won well worth remembering John of this whor met an accident few agospfamhM bruaUmghisIegandarm one cent bottfe Pain Tito i wftfcmt an   

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