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   Burlington Hawk-Eye (Newspaper) - June 14, 1890, Burlington, Iowa                                ESTABLISHED AH FOR IBE What the Present Congress Has Done for the Already aWI Appropriation June the discussion yesterday on the pension and census deficency bills Representative of took occasion to give the some facts as to what this congress has already done for the Here are the appropriations already made by the house to relieve the soldiers noods and in part pay the debt the nation owes its brave Eegular pension ur gent soldiers homes artificial limbs pay and bounty soldiers aid for state artificial pay and bounty expenses of pension records and pension war 270 act for total general pension act passed urgent Henderson explained in addition that exclusive of postal receipts the gross revenues of the government would be about the sol JlOM pf JJic late war are to over nearly onehalf of the governments Henderson said proudly in conclusion It is proper the soldiers should know these THE Tlic Silver Itlll June resolu tion offered yesterday by appointing Edward Valentine scr geantatarms of the was taken up and agreed amendment offered by substituting the name of Henry of having been first voted The conference report on the senate bill for a public building in tinborough of Beaver was presented and agreed The rost is not exceed Paddock said lie had received sev eral telegrams from Montana in regard to outrages by Cheyonni Indians in that state ami usUcd the chairman of the com mittee mi Indian affairs whether any action was being taken by it in regard to the As there were only a few hours left for tin discussion of the silver bill tlii matter was allowed to go over till to The senate silver bill was taken up and Morgan resumed the His speech was mainly an argument for free Aldrich next addressed the He recognized the disastrous effects re sulting from the contraction of currency but said the abnormal inflation would Ite equally A complete remedy could only be found in such action as would open minis of all nations to the free coinage of Aldrich went on to state and defend the amendments reported by the finance committee to the house silver bill and assorted that in stead of demonetizing silver the system proposed would more effectually monetize it than the system now in force under Uie law itf Colil was today a uni international Silver was Congress could not work it That had to be done by concurrent ac tion of all the great countries and until that action look place there could be no equality between the two Stewart took the floor to reply to smiie of Aldrirlf s He said that if the secretary of the treasury bought four millions of silver a month instead if we not only would have had a double but silver would lie mi a parity with Responding to a question by Stewart said the present executed to its would be better than any of the pending Plait said that if Stewart believed and it should be it seemed to him that was the ground on which all might meet Stewart replied it was his belief and ccmcludeil by saying that congress should cither takr a step in advanccordo lieajran and Daniel also spoke in favor of unlimited coinage of Daniel sniil if thai was not to be the final solution of the question it wns the essen tial step Inward its It could not be In that anything less than free coinage of silver would bring it to Without concluding his speech Daniel yielded for a motion to go into executive session and the senate soon the was dear titiat Campbell copied the questions furnished who gave Instructions to persons desiring nd that tiie tions were not Campbell should have been His retention cates gross laxity in and his promotion would not seem to have been The commission cannot accept as satisfactory the answers of Layman and Doyle that they believed the ques tions The ommlssion to ascer tain the truth was as reprehensible as to have disregarded it after it had been The committee does not share your belief that commissioners Boosevett and Thompson are deserving of censure for not having taken action in the Campqell case When their atten tion was called to it there was a con currence of statement to them that the matter has been fully Investigated and in not taking further action the committee thinks they were thoroughly Respected the course of the commission in the case of the Mil waukee postoffice employee who was dis charged by exPostmaster Paul for ex posing The committee says it was apparent to the commission that Shidy was being punished for disclosing the truth and they felt it their duty to aid him by their influence in securing employment and thereupon recom mended him for appointment in the census commis sion is unable to find anything to criticise in that The investiga tion of the alleged irregularities in the Milwaukee conducted by Doyle and disclosed JMsre garff of the civil service law in that The failure to submit the result of that investigation to the president indicates either a disinclination to discharge an obvious duty or a fear that such report would subject the commissioners to cen On the reorganization of the com mission by the appointment of Roosevelt and Thompson an investigation into the abuses and irregularities of the Mil waukee postoffice was had at once and THEY POT The State Firemens Tournament at for protection from the city they told him to After George where he was he was brought to town and is cared for by the of wh was a His condition is criB his injuries being of an exceedinglys ous it being cooa coBtesttThe Cfcapin Snowden used brass Isose Team the State f denies the whole story When th leer went to arrest Snowden it was l that he had left town that to escape arrest TORIES IS A CoamissionerMniiroesResigntaon Raises a June last day of the state firemens tournament opened with but the attendance was the same as at the annual meeting Motnes was selected as temporarily or the next place of the only com petitor being Cedar of was elected of recording sec retary of Iowa finan cial and of El In the this Anderson won the state hook and ladder race in fortysix breaking the state record Stnart O Chapins team won the coupling contest Eldora a close In the hub and hub race between Nevada and Har the latter team broke down and it was the This afternoon the Chapin hose team of Union again lowered the record in the state making the run in 36 and coupling in 4 winning the state belt for the third consecutive tune and for The Petty of took second in 41 the Unions tiedlfor third and fourth In the state hook and ladder race the Auduboa company also lowered the state record in with Stuart second in In the there had originally been three entries but the Chapins withdrew to allow Eldora to win the purse with the of Council second in 43K THE PUBLIC GENERAL WASHINGTON The Senate Silver June close of the general debate on the silver bill has been postponed until Monday at three The house bill as amended by the finance committee was substituted for the senate The Fixing Kailroad June the house committee on commerce today VicePresident Stahlman of the Louis ville and Nashville Railroad company continued his argument in opposition to the bill allowing the interstate com merce commission to fix railroad Secretary Proctor Back at June Proctor has returned to Washington from West and has resumed his duties at the war department this ON THE In the June after the reading of the wont into committee of the Bur rows in the on the sundry appropriation Cannon said the appropriation car ried by the measure was million less than the regular estimates and thirteen millions less than the regu lar and special The sundry civil law for the current year provided for an expenditure of The apparent excess in this bill was more than accounted for by certain extra ordinary The fourteen regular appropriation bills reported to the house aggregated showing an ex cess of over the appropria tions for the current This excess was all accounted for in three and The other resulted from the expansion incident to the growth of the The only bill not reported to the house is the general deficiency bill and this will be reported before the close of the fiscal There is pending the sundry civil and Indian In the senate committee on appropriations are diplomatic and postoffice bills and in the senate committee on com merce rivor and harbor Pending in the senate is the legislative The fortification bill has passed both The District of Co lumbia naval and pension bills are in The army and mili tary academy bills are in the hands of the This was a favorable compared with the condition of the bills two years The following amendments were adopted Appropriating for a public building at Cedar Iowa for an in the public building at A motion by Goodnight to strike out the appropriation for irregation survey was The committee rose and the house look a At the evening session of the house thirty private bills were ad vanced to their third but none were An Indian Outbreak Imminent on the Cheyenne Reservation In June atti tude of the Cheyenne Indians is menac though no overt act has occurred since the killing of Owing to the fact that the Indians have left their reservation and are scattered over the country in small settlers are thoroughly alarmed and are sending women and children into towns in large Indian lookouts are on all high points and arc constantly sig nalling by mirror flashes and the blanket Friendly Indians have reported to the whites that there is to be an outbreak and they are now making which is generally understood to mean that they are waiting to be joined by allies from Standing Sioux and Pine Ridge to whom messengers have been At the agency of the Major Car of the nrst has three troops nf and three companies of infantry left Keogh yesterday to pro ceed up the Rosebud and cooperate with In compliance with the request of the sheriff of this one hundred rifles and ten thousand pounds of ammu nition arrived here yesterday in charge of Colonel aide to Governor Tinsheriff expected the arms wouldbe turned over to him for issuance to set but Colonel Curtis will not do so unless in case of great which he is not satified now It has been arranged for Colonel Curtis and Stock Inspector Smith to to the Cheyenne agency and confer with Major and on their return report the situation to the The Indians arc well armed with Winchester rifles ind government while the rangers are Calf branding and rounding up has been entirely stopped owing to this If the In dians could be disarmed and put back on their reservation settlers could take care of but in the present condi tion of affairs there seems to be nothing for them U do but to abandon their homes and business and congregate in Important Declaration by the Lutheran Now In Session at June Lutheran Synod in session in this city adopted unanimously a long series of resolutions touching their attitude on the public school question aud compulsory education which may be summarized as follows We consider the public schools a neces sity on account of the conditions created by the constitution of the United especially in its relation to the as American are obliged and are willing to contribute to the maintenance of the public in have never refused to comply with this although we are thereby burdened more than other citi zens in also maintaining our own paro chial The establishing and maintenance of Christian schools is with us a matter of Not consid ering the fact that we wish to preserve for our the precious blesssing of the German the instruction in our could not be given up if we bear in mind the present state of our which consist mostly of recently immigrated if we wish to preserve our children for the Lutherrn For the mainten ance of our parochial schools we claim no support of the and protest against the use of public school funds for paro chial or private We are in favor of compulsory attendance at if thereby is understood the general principle that parents shall send their children to being left to the discretion of the parents or guardians to select the school to which they wish to send their Consequently we are opposed to compul sory attendance at if thereby is understood compulsory attendance at the public We also declare it not to be in accord with the spirit of the consti tution of the United with the spiritand in part with the explicit word ing of the constitutions and laws of the different when laws are made which limit the perfect liberty of re ligious we declare that we will oppose such laws of the different when laws are made which limit the perfect liberty of religious we declare that we will oppose such laws that strain religious liberty and especially threaten the continuance of independence or our parochial schools with all legal the moral justly disregarding all party Thievish Special to The June has for the past week been greatly ua tnrbed by tramps or professional thicmv who haw done considerable various parts of the Night last the house of Hfq South Side hardware broken into and his pockets were rowing of about The same night Hardys house was broken nothing was This mi another tramp was taken into but nothing being proven against was Keoknks Xew June of it poration for the Central Savings with a capital stock of Thte stitution was organized andthe first board of directors is composedot William James The new corporationvwill MBH An Ohio Jndge Decides an Original Pack ace Case In Their June sensation was created in this section of Pennsylvania today by the decision of an Armstrong county judge in an original package A short time ago Charles Silver man opened an original package store in a local prohibition He acted as agent for a Cincin nati brewing company and disposed of a large quantity of He was promptly arrested and the trial came off before Judge at to The temperance people asserted that Silverman had violated the law by selling liquor without a also that he sold to minors and men of intemperate who had sold only in half barrels and barrels set up the original package decision in and proved he had not sold to Judge Rayburn in his charge to the jury refused to consider the evi dence in regard to the violation of local prohibition the question for the jury to decide was whether the pack age were the identical and unbroken packages shipped from If then Silvermen had a right to make sales ac cording to the supreme court If found guilty of selling to minors and in temperate that offense would come under the state police for while the state might not prohibit the sale of original packages it could protect its The jury acquitted Silverman of the charge of selling without a license and to miners but found him guilty of selling to persons of known in temperate The liquor who have been in a hopeless minority in Armstrong are jubilant and say the original packages can now flood every town in the and high license paid by local dealers is practically money thrown June Home Secretary Mattthews entertained any double ex perienced any feeling of nncertjBty as to the effect of his warfare upon Com missioner Hunro and his peculiar atti tude towards the police there is no question that he is fully con vinced by this time of the sharpness of the edged tools he has been The DaUu Telegraph is far from satisfied with the by Mat thews in the house of commons last night that Munros resignation was due to differences between himself and the chief commissioner on matters of legis lation and and demands to know the real reason why a competent official has found it necessary to hastily retire from a position to which he as pired before he was promoted thereto as a reward for faithful The Tele graph says it is unable to suppress the fear that the tactics employed by Matthews have been disastrous to the best Interests of the government The in a long article arraigning holdjuthe nlT gov waitiatr to welcome the American line men ot German who are to take part in the grand shooting match Is to be held at Pankow in Schneider thanked the deputations for the The Americans then gave hearty cheers for the German rifle A SerkMS BEBUJH June serious explosion occurred in a powder factory at Spandan hundred and eighty men were buried in the ruins bnt all escaped with slight Gradaatlon Kxeceisea at Special to The June music night of the normal commence ment was given on Wednesday Therewas but one Miss Emma The grogram was beyond a best musical recital ever given in The graduating solo of Miss McAtee aud the cornet solo of Professor the received great which showed the appre ciation of the Thursday night witnessed the program of the seven that graduated in the scientific course and each member acquitted himself credit Miss Delia who has been one of the members of the normal faculty will probably lay aside her books caring for a young attorneyhere as dame rumor would have The Proposed Chicago Stock Jrae A FOOL CillE The Body of Ella Cordell Exhumed at a Terrible of I HudJbras ban wettsatt the pleasure great of r as to Special to The HawkEyej June excite ment over the Cordell mystery was highly Intensified today by the report of a spe cial committee of investigation who went down to Missouri near where the body of the dead girl was found in the river and exhumed the The committee is composed of prominent cit izens and physicians of the home of the murdered in company with Edgar of Ma and assisted by Turnee and of visited the cettsstery this morning and caused the body Cordell to be A thorough post mortem examination was The head was This fact shows how loosely the Inquest was The uterus was found to be four times its normal size and in a high state of inflammation and had been in a gravid There was serious injury to the lining wall of the uterus and every evidence that JFT the chance ot mar not be anyone ebet JJL sufficient WRECKS ON THE Three Trainineo Killed at a Washout June train election mfMa it upon coming into office found the metropolitan police efficient and but its chief endeavor since assuming power has manifestly been to make that organization the most discontented body of men in the king while its efficiency has been im paired to an extent almost befond Several other journals pursue the same line of and intimate that Matthews resignation would be far more acceptable than is not half of the troubles with which the tory govern ment will have to What in France would be called a cabinet crisis confronts Lord There is open revolt among the tories themselves and serious friction between the ministry and the liberal without whose votes it could not remain in power for a single The meeting of the party called at the Carlton club yesterday to settle differences and whip the grumblers into line only emphasized the trouble and widened the breach between the ministers and their discontented fol Xo such opposition to the clearly expressed wishes of the leaders has ever been expressed at a tory caucus in the memory of the oldest members of The position of the minis try was openly and angrily challenged by such men of weight as formerly chief secretary for and who would be in the pres ent cabinet but for the necessity of giv ing a place to a liberal Salis who was in the quailed De fore the storm of opposition and avoided putting the question of endorsing the governments plan to a It would have been but over fifty mem bers would have voted against and that would have been a loss of prestige which the prime minister wished to In the lobbies of the house of commons nothing else was talked of last night and some of the kicking tories were very out There is a rumor that thirty of them propose to form a cave with the butlthis is The deserters from the liberal party dare not throw out the government for the reason n the present June L ot rri Millinn aa proposed twenty million dollars sale of the Union stock yards to an English syn dicate commenced before Judge Tuley this Decidedly sensational charges are made and the court is asked to remove the present officers of the cor appoint a receiver and issue an injunction restraining the proposed issue of bonds and sale of the plant and Judge Tnley has referred the matter to the master in chancery for THE ENCAMPMENT FOB THE WORLDS Governor Flfcr Calls a Special Session of June special to the Kcirx says Governor Fifer today issued a call for a special session of the state to be convened July to submit to the electors of the state a proposition to amend the state constitu tion so as to permit the city of Chicago to issue in bonds in aid of the Co lumbian exposition in 1893 to pass neces sary legislation to permit the use of pub lic grounds as a location for the exposi tion and to vest power of eminent domain in the city during pendency of the FUTE The Sons and Daughters of Veterans Klect Officers at Special to The June seventh annual encampment of the Iowa Son aud Daughters of Veterans H This morning the following officers were elected John of Oskaloosa lieutenant Lewis Davenport Lee of Silby division Davis of Sheets of Des aud Scofleld of Har The location of the next encampment was a question of serious consideration with the caused by the kind in vitation of the state encampment of the Grand Army to meet with them in Du buque next Quite an opinion ex isted to accept the but other considerations backed by a unanimous of the daughters encampment against the the boys met their duty heroically and unanimously chese Ottum wa the place aud the second Wednesday and Thursday of as the time This afternoon the officers elect were installed by Past Colonel James also the officers of the Daugh ters of Veterans Lowk of Des Moines vice Carrie of Iowa At four oclock the encampment closed after holding the most enthusiastic meeting of A Number of Passengers June passenger train on the Connoton Valley railroad was run into this morning by a switch engine at the crossing at a sub urb two miles from Nobody was but twelve or thirteen people were some A Wreck at June Watseka ac commodation and a fast train on the Chicago and Eastern Illinois had a head end collision here on account of the air brakes not Engineer Van Vleet was seriously Several passengers were slightly Both engines were ss LTSsaSttfess off of an embankment today because of reelected by the help of a The hreman and full tory The main cause of another trainman were thg kjck jg propositioll to carry over to the next session bills which shall have failed to reach the final stage pres ent one but there is a general dissatis faction all along the The three government the land purchase and the tithes not all pass this session aud all are now In who is a dead failure as leader of the house of will un doubtedly be shunted up to the house of lords and retired from the Home Secretary who got the government in numerous scrapes and has now almost driven the London police into open will probably also have to The Standard this morning openly advocates that he be thrown The filling up of the vacan cies and the selection of a leader for the house of commons will not be the least of Salisburys The liberalunionists meet today to do what they can to help him and there is a The Paul and Kansas City June Paul and Kansas City railroad has with drawn from the Interstate Commerce Railway Fully half the orig inisl signers of the famous presidents agreement have now dropped The Wrong Man Under Barnes is in a peck of trou In some unaccountable way the impression has Rot abroad among all the school children that he was the author of certain unheard and altogether abominable questions pro pounded at the recent school examina So general is this impression that people from different quarters of the city come up to him and the chil dren of or school have it in for and in answer to his surprised in quiry For giving them such hard examination His friends have taken up the refrain and life is becoming a sweltering To cap the it was only through fortuitous circumstances that he evaded a delega tion of children that assailed his office Thursday afternoon with the evident purpose of demanding an It is difficult to see how the ludicrous mis take could have gained such currency unless through some connection with Professor Barnes of the Suunyside The children are most solemnly assured that Barnes is in no wise accountable for the torture of the past few A Dinner in His It is seldom that a hotel proprietor has a dinner at his own hotel in his own yet that unusual event occurred yesterday at the Prospect It was not done by order of the y mail and the girl delivered of four months Death was caused by puerperal The inflammation extended into the The physicians were all equally positive as to the facts and cause of The committee freely express themselves as to the indi vidual responsible for the girls The report of the examination and in vestigations at will undoubtedly cause a big sensation in their The utmost interest has been aroused all over Hancock and McDonough coun ties and money is flowing in from all sides in aid of the investigation of the mystery account use jour for cheapnessfttr lam for buy and you will stuff In your house to wisdom was fully neighbors whose sole na In being Ma very one you have known I known to be honest andYU is always trying to and that the stranger ia your r not forget that your attracttv beguiled the that he hasi yonr he gives you havi nothing and goes forth victuals to keep life in nls blood flowing in his spupathette t Do not on any account buy of youf I merchant as Itmayhelphlwtovi as alsobe a benefit tov munity of are r it is aa awful sensation tot your wise most fools and at there will be some few to there Is one fool HISS COBDSLL IN nn CIVIL Inveattcattac Make a A BeUtfous Society with Plenty of Money In Its June first business session of the convention of the Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor met this President Clark pre After music and religious exer cises William treasurer of the United and agent of the publish ing made a statement which showed the receipts for the year were leaving a bal ance of It is expected that dur ing the coming year the profits of the publishing departmet will meet all the ex penses of the United society so that no society will be asked to contribute for that Those California SAX June C special agent of the depart ment of who arrived here from San Diego a few days where he has been investigating the recent filibuster ing movement to capture Lower Califor left for Washington tonight He declined to make any statement in re gard to the result of his Investigations at m Diego further to say that there would be no trouble between the United States and the Mexican OFFICERS The June The house committee the reform of the civil service which during tne present eession of oongress conducted the investigation filed against the civil The committee Com iMaJonhave oatire fidel Jnne Carthage todies Floral 30 In down and were at thedegant home of The ladies Guild gave tiie visit and a grand A icilailTTi to Horticulture was State Sunday School Convention Elects Officers for the Special to The COUNCIL June following officers were elected by the State Sunday School association last night William Woedbury president Ira of William of and of vice presidents of secretary of treas urer executive committe for four Bev Samuel of chairman of Cerro of and of Mason City was recommended for the nestan nual A SERIOUS of Missouri Handled by Frank MISSOURI June warrant charging Frank Snowden with assault to do xreat bodily Archer has oeen sworn out and placed in the hands of an who has yet been unable to make the The affair took place it being al leged by Snowden and some others that Archer had attempted improper liberties with some little among whom was niece of upon hearing of administered to breaking his nose and cheek and cutting Us lace and head in Archer and his friends stoutly toy everyUOng Jniejard He been in this victattT gvenCjMMths the best reputation The International Typographical June finance committees report showed the total funds of the International Union to be Of this belongs to the Home The following committee on district or ganization was appointed Thorn of Detroit of San Francisco of Chicago of and Gurney of The following resolutions were re ported by the committee on subordinate unions and were adopted That the International Typo graphical in convention as sembled at take the initiatory steps towards convening a Worlds graphic congress at Chicago in such as was held in Paris in 1889 and be it further That the delegates from this body to the American Federation of Labor be instructed to use their efforts at atthe next meeting of the federation to ward haying that body called an uni versal congress of workingmen at Chi go in inconsiderable been done unionism by in wh possession are union by the inefficient manner in which they perf their work and The interests of both ei ployer and employe would be benefici and especially the competent membe of the International Typographic upon whom any if a standard of competency were established for the admission of ap prehtices therefore be it That it is the sense of the International Typographical union that local unions should use their very best endeavors toward restricting the em ployment of apprentices who shall have failed to pass a requisite examination in writing and standard to be set by local and that said apprentices shall be at least fifteen years of llUlf UUliC UJ rr in fact it was a complete sur prise to the attaches of the house taking this method of reminding him that the day was the thirtyfourth annij versary of his Besides the elegant nine courses served in a style equal to the best there were haudsone souvenir menu cards at each Though given in Alderman Bonns all his guests participated in the the only dis tinction being that the hosts table was specially decorated for the occasion with choice This delicate and spontaneous testi monial to the respect of the attaches for their chief is gratefully appreciated by Way Down Upon the The river continues to rise yesterdays gain being one and onequar ter Total above low water nme feet and three and onehalf The Mary from the signaled this port about halfpast eight oclock last The Sidney is due up early this morn Was She Murdered In That cious Special to the HawkeyeJ June Miss Cor dell murdered in this city Late develop ments of facts in the strange case indi cate that she may have Yester day afternoon clerk at the Hotel stated to a reporter that he believed that Ella Cordell was a guest of the hotel on May the day after she left Rush said that on that date a young lady arrived on the Wabash passenger train and came to the hotel in a hack for She gave her name as Miss which name Rush wrote on the register of that The young lady asked Rush to sharpen her pen and in handing it to Rush noticed a gold ring on her index such as Miss Cordell Rush said that she appeared but he supposed her conduct was due to the fact of her being in a strange As he remembers Miss Brown re sembled the description of Miss Cordell in personal appearance and in She came alone and departed after The report has been received from Canton today that an Investigating com mittee had exhumed the body of the dead girl and found that a criminal abortion had been This explains the mystery of the girls The only missing links in the chain of evidence is the place where the criminal deed was and who it was that directed the poor girl to her The above statement by Rush is significant in asmuch as it may possibly point out the A Battle of Yesterday about one encounter took place on South street between two old Dave who goes upon ones or rather counting hi and Major Jimmie the boot who has but two stumps to show his legs once The beginning of affair of honor is shrouded in Whether the major was jealous be the colonel had one more leg than so made an unprovoked attack upon h or whether the colonel brought on ities by saying that though the shincd other mens he never his will never be knownand It remain one of the of placed in the same category with Man in the Iron At all er these two veterans ot the railway vice engaged in a rough and tumbles on the sidewalk near the Prospect and crutches were brought into play as weapons ot were about even wheu friendly interfered to preserve the balr Both combatants showed spirit and it was remarked that iT thought of ninnlng away being it was impossible to get up they can to help him ana mere is i Tne Louisville passed up well grounded rumor that they will comuaving safely delivered her tow of logs Del Goschen to yield on the question of to partics down the pushing his licensing Altogether1 the government is in such a bad fix that the Gladstonians never had more solid ground for hope since Salisbury came in to The resignation of Prince of from the regency of the duchy of which was reported yes is officially denied in it is known that he has re cently signified his desire to relieved of his owing to physical i pariitrs 11 The Kit Carson and Atlee had business which kept them going back and up and down the river yesterday aftcr The Pittsburg will be up at midnight The the next boat is due Monday OI niS uniiijj w and in some quarters the original report is still regarded as IN THE The Debate on the Licensing BUI Con June debate on the licensing bill was continued in the com mons this There was a long discussion on Aclands proposal to apply the compensation fund to Gladstone made a vigorous The opponents of the he considered it distinctly a backward step in social reform and demanded that the funds be applied toward educa tion The public house values had already risen through the prospects advised by the the moment It became a law every public house In the country would be regarded worth more than the market The bill would establish a principle that licenses might Lets Have the claims to have the crack club of that section of The Carthaginians are certainly the champions so far this They have played four or five games with excellent organizations from Colchester and elsewhere and has administered defeats to Several games have been exceedingly close and There is some talk of getting them to play an exhibition game with the Burlington league in They say they are willing to tackle the Interstate champions but do not want the idea to get out that they think they could win in any such They are to cross bats with the Light under fair conditions and take their THE HAWKETE promises to fully write up and illustrate any such Lets have the hats at Baab ilMllUCU iu UIMIJ j location of the Did Ella Cordell come to Keokuk by appointment to have the operation performed Is there any one in Keokuk who would perform or makes a practice of such terrible crime The utmost interest is evinced on all sides and these questions are the principal ones under The police are actively at work on the prob but up to a late hour tonight noth ing of importance has been WAS CREEL THE of Sot the Special to THE June man has turned up who is charged by many with being seriously implicated in the murder of Ella The mysterious Barnes whom Frank Dobbs drove to Carthage and who passed through here again Wednesday proves to be a travel Ing man for the SomerLind Drug com This entirely exonerates Frank Dobbs from even Barnes makes this trip every two weeks and left Cartilage Thursday morning for The other man is a young man of Creel is re ported to have been a suitor for the hand of Ella and that they had become The hue and cry was raised in that that Creel had be come too Intimate with the girl and that he was interested in her Creel and of 111 were in the city last evening and in conversation with a reporter Creel said that a great injustice had been done him when it was said he had not been in Keokuk since the 28th of as he was here and was recognized by the police on May that several times since he had Missouri June demor cratic convention finally concluded Its work at an early hour this nomr inating Hlckman for railroad He Is president of th8 State Farmers and Laborers Union and The Paragraph Is the Thins Robert establish a principle inai uceuaca j nave a great admiration lor tne be bought up by money from public taxes I bright fellows wba can write bright para at prices virtually fixed by column of The amendment that the colnmn of suggestions it should be wortn leeal powers of the magistrates remains M mnch money to the writer as a serial in tactTis merely delusive in the faceof what makes a dictionary so valu fte entire character of the The Lhle Nothing but its crisp para amendment really means the endowment i used to wnte Hkea of a gigantic Interest at the expense of fayorite contributor to a diction the public It would entirely par allze all hope of effecting a reduction in the number of public houses without ruinous cost to the Finally after a long the cloture was adopted and Aclands proposal jected375 to wanted to come by way but the girls father objected He also said that he had asked that a lst mortem ex amination be made and fill urged It but that the father Creel claims to be making an earnest effort to find the the guilty parties and bring them to He says he came to the city to prove that he was not ashamed or afraid to be seen He denies that he was engaged to Miss Cordell or had kept company with He be lieves her to be pure and So far as he is personally concerned Creel denies emphatically having any thing to do with the disappearance or Miss Cordell or hersubsequent He asserts that he has demanded a full and searching investigation from the very start and maintains that same position now Wyattsays that Creel has enemies at Industry who have been busy circulating the report that Creel was Implicated in the disappearance of the June Bull Creekv near last night a cloudburst caused the creek to overflow its banks and several dwelling houses and their occupants were swept About a dozen people are reported June a last night which destroyed a number of bnBdings here twentynine weie burned to The tow of property e of the figures wasreceived applause by the who regaraea Setting down ofthe government ma jority as a distinct victory for i BtmmA IW YssMif June Oar probable if the resignation of the MetropoHUn is tendents and inspectors who keep the together wffl resign in a montn by policemej the paper is by no means But now 1 pine tor a I want to write like thegreat and good Senator long like George In fact Iwant to do something I cant Jewer feel that way I reckon that must be the restless strivings of am I never had was n vaccinated when I was a I reckon thats what it feels Vitus nervous ness and hysteria are soon cured by samples at Wittes drug nrevalance of murder out west Is regarded as a matter of is the only country which grants no patents for meet easfly in It is no work at all for babies to suelcits A Passenger Agent June Elli assistant passenger agent of the Louisville and Nashville In that city is missing this and about city is mssng s 85 the company s money is He is said to have plunged heavily on the races Death of Dennis Yesterday morning at four ocli after a long period of Den the wellknown He fell t victim to la when it was so prevalent ago and was never well atterwardsy deed he has been confined to his I gradually growing for He was born in and at the time of his death was nitJL year of the last twenty yearsOKI life being spent in this He a family consisting of a wife ai He will be burled f 1 late home 1034 North Eighth two oclock Sunday afternoon barbers of the city will attend his 1 in a HAWKBY8 ISHANE PATIBHTS are 820 inmates In the Iowa hospital and 384 increase of the first of During the mo May 32 were admitted and 28disci The total number under care durinftl month was 848 and the dally ttverageMT der care was As ATHLETIC athletic entertainment for the benel the gymnasium will be given In thftrg nell college chapel auditorium Saturday Mtlfc r Frank champion po of will give an exhibition of1 bicycle club swinging with an address Howewill also be A STOCK TKAIS was quite serious railroad acfc about two miles north of on the One CM stock train became derailed and Oj glneer and fearing going to be a bad revej engine and then jumped T ran wild for a mile and a I railed car tearing up 256 comn and fiftysix bridge ties In thati so that they will all have to be No other damage of A LAKGB urday of Cedar 1 sold to Casebeer a land lying in the southern party This land tscoverei and valuable The amounted to a good many Some worth Rapids real estate was given Casebeer will at 01 two large mills to work her in a marketable H ready contracted for nearly worth of railroad ties for His MAIL WAS ISTBBCES a wellknown Council and promhj estate was arrested 1 0nlted States Marshal Miller i matlon sworn to by Se ing Judd with obstructing ence and using the tot fraudulent and Judd are engaged In electrical and ant alleges that fell into Judds hands and and answered by Judofi he can clear himself of any He wasreleased that evening by giving satl for his appearance at trlat Btmj A PKEMDE The board of trustees of mal school at Cedar Falls I tract to build the preside a cost of They ranged for a heating an Institution at an The contract for a been given to a Davenj decided that the rated and Tnevl removed to larger qn Highwaymen Bob June waymen rode into town last night and robbed the They got three gold watches and two hundred dollars in money and then banquet given at elaborate bered 54 whom havereceWedpla for next Tna Aboard was present and possibly tour of their Fslhni Warren was shot and Instantly kffled this morning whHe quarreling his Young who Isa school has been Heis very cool and collected bnt Headaches Ve system yet thre or pure or habitual constipatfcnM neyaanoUtvertoair1 out Irritating or Stweeathe ticks ot   

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