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Burlington Hawk-Eye (Newspaper) - June 17, 1890, Burlington, Iowa THE BURL HAWKEYE ESTABLISHED ALLISON SPEAKS IN He Addresses the Senate on the House TUESDAY JUNE 1890 What Daniel Bad to Bay on the Subject Vent AIM Vote eral WaKbington June some preliminary business the house silver bill was taken Daniel resumed the speech begun by him In concluding his speech Daniels said that tho world and that this was a land of progress had never been bolter demonstrated than by the fact thut the great leader of the republi can financial policy in the United States tlludiiiR to Sherman who had carried tho single gold standard over two con had come forward in his speech and laid down at the feet of the double standard and proclaimed he at an advocate of silver Allison next addressed the He said lie should vote for the house as liy the senate finance com mittee as lie considered it the wisest and best sol n lion of the The ques tion to be considered was what currency should foe safely substituted for national bank The judgment of the finance committee wus and lie thought it would lie the of the senate that if tho issues paper it should issue it on something that was in and of ilsHf convertible into legal ten der Therefore the bill proceeded cm the idea that whatever paper money should lie issued should issued on ver bullion imroliasod by the government at the lie had silver linllion lieen selected as a liasis for that new pa per money It was lie caiisc the public mind rested in the lielief sooner or later silver bullion would lie coined and become jiarl of the metallic It was on that linsis he would vote for the It was on that liasis he was willing the roinaife of silver dollars us now provided for should There were people who believed the coined dol lars in the treasury were useless and that it would lie wise public poliry to ouase for did not share llial he believed it was just is well in Ioiiliiiue them to the limit l tour millions a JJnl a large public opinion against view he con sented biiliiim should lie left ill the treasury lie did that more readily for the reason ho sooner or the United States would have to change the number ol grains of silver in a dollar and therefore the dollar now eoiued would be lie willing that bullion should lie In the until it was known whether there would bi an international agreement as lo the It was true iieiicliliK bill provided thut bullion in the treasury should be coined for the re demption of treasury Whatever might lie the opinion of ihe other sena tors in respect he did not labor under the delusion that in I In1 liear future under the provisions of the house bill or the senate any additional silver dollars would he There wero now more than throe hundred million ruined dollars in the treasury against which silver eertilieiites wore although these dollars belonged to the holders of these the certili Iiites were payable for public dues uid when they were received into the public treasury they belonged to the govern of tin Iuileil so the govern ment would alwiys have a working bal ance to redeem those lie believes tin only safe way lo re habilitate silver was to secure concur turning ituUons whereby they would open their mints concurrent ly lo the free coinage of silver lit an agreed so believing he was willing to go on as they were going on now with a provision for Ihe use of pending the negotiations that ought to bo had for Uie restoration of silver on some agreed rate by I lu supporting the bill lie supported it m the basis that of the idea that the government of the 1 lulled Slates would use its power ill en dciivurinij to secure an agreement whore by all commercial nations of thu world would use silver as gold was now at a riitin to be agreed He re garded the ponding and the unanimity with which it was supported as a complete justification of the legislation of 1S7S which contemplated the minimum monthly eoimme of two million silver dollars and annmmitm ol four He WHS for ii full and complete restoration of silver as one of the coin metals of tho ami was willing to do whatever ho could to promote that most desirable He could not vote for free coin age at this time or any time In the near He could no do so until every effort lo secure the use of silver by the commercial nations of the world was ex Vest nimiiioiitod upon the renuirk of Allison as to a new born zeal of the democratic senators in the cause of frco coinage of and made a statement to show i hat it had always boon a demo cratic If the democratic party said mithiup on the silver question in the plat of 1SSS it was not because it had receded from llie position it always It was because 1ivsideut Cleveland was an eastern a New York who did mil sympathize with the major ity of his party on that Cleve land had come to the presidency imbued with prejudices of tho Now York bankers and was in one as far as his opin ion on silver was a sectional 11 r had reason to believe now that Cleveland was better informed on tho Yost declared that on tho silver iiuostion there was no middle Silver must he put on tlio sann basis as In the course of Allisons speech on the the silver bill Toller stated there were to his knowledge more speeches to bo bo made upon so tho tinal vote would not be reached to Senators Ingalls and Wolcott expressed a dosiro to address tho senate tomorrow on tho silver The of presented a petition of the exsol diers of for the enactment of a law prohibiting the manu facture or iuporuition of banners or flags representing tho confederate flag or the flag of tho anarchists The house then went into committee of tho whole on the sundry civil appro priation On motion of of an amendment was agreed to appointing of and Alfred of alternate mem bers of the board of managers of soldiers of offered an amendment making specific appropria tion instead of indefinite appropriation for tho payment of back pay and The amendment so far as it affected back pay was agreed to but on bounty it was Pending action on the bill the commit tee rose and the house A WOBXHT HQUuuHBL One of IOWA Made In Iowa for the Week Ending May Special to Tac June following ostofiice changes were made in Iowa uring the week ending June 1890 Mills oseph postmaster Buttles Isaac post Name changed Marshall to post Postmasters Tama Joseph Jurrow Garry ackson James McLaughlin Iowa Daniel ladison Alananda Bert GENERAL WASHINGTON rBpeolaltoTheHawkKreO June work of Governor in securing the pareag mnd approval of the bill Increasing th tension of Samuel Mt from eight to thirty dollars per regarded bere one ol die legislative deeds Chandler is nearly one hundred years of a veter an of the war of and very way but his just laims upon the government received no ecognition until Governor Gear espoused Is cause with his usual determination if the representation of the irst district pushed the bill through the louse committee on secured ts passage in the and followed it Lo the where it speedily t was a labor ipse and there ore the more deserving of special men ion and DEATH IN THE enator of Interviewed on the Silver June lierc will be no vote on the silver bill or ny of the pending amendments in the enate Senator of ays several senators desire to speak icludiug Allison and Wolcott that not the previous agreement to lose the debate at three oclock no one prevented from speaking who to do He thinks the final vote not be reached for two or three tlien questioned is to the character of un bill the senate would Jones an ivered it seemed quite probable it would i the bill providing for free The Tariff June lrintid ipies of tintariff bill as amended by the publican members of tho senate nancii committee up to Saturday night laid licfon the committee t sugar and tobacco and copies of these wen given Senator Carlisle representing the Several changes were made This will probably he the case very day until the bill gets into the le It is expected the subcoui will lie able to report the measure Veclnesday or MiKiuJry said ihe changes that ill be made in the house bill by the nance committee will he comparatively and Complain fif Curious June has ecu made to the police by the officials f the Chinese legation that neither the ulios of the legation nor themselves can vail themselves of the cooling balconies f their legation residence without at ractiiiK a crowd of curious who y their manners and conduct greatly nnoy This annoyance is so con niial as to practically make prisoners of oth the ladies and oflirials of the lega To Celebrate the Fourth of June viliuttenvorth today presented a reso ition providing for a meeting of tho use on July and for setting apart f the day to a celebration by suitable and the adaption and promul alion of the declaration of indepen It also provides for the presence nil participation of tho and for u invitation to the society of the Sons ft hiAmerican Revolution to be pro Too Many Forest June president iday transmitted to congress a commu tation from the secretary of tho inte ior relating to the destruction by ires airlessly kindled or of timber upon ublic The president expresses lie opinion that if proper penalties were nposed by law and convictions secured inch lires of the forests would be pre lllnirK Two June lllair imposed two amendments to the silver ill One was to strike out all fter the enacting clause and insert a ivtinii directing the secretary of the under provisions of the act of to purchase silver bullion at the larkct price and coin four million dol irs The other amendment novided that there shall be no legal ten or in the 1nited except gold and ilver Ilarml OH tlie Uetlred June tiiicral Samuel quartor iiastergeiieral of the having cached the statutory age of fi4 las been placed on the retired list of the CHARGES AGAINST Many Miners Lose Their Lives in a Pennsylvania The of the CnfortumMe the CalamUr Recent Fatal Work of June morning at a sullen roar shook the lowly miners dwellings on Hill inFay ette near this and hun dreds of freishtened who knew the sound too and feared another mine soon found their appre hensions well In a moment the fearful news had spread that the Hill Farm mines had The low browed hill from which the slope entered shook from mouth to pit and a score of miners houses lining the fatal hill shook for moment and then poured out their frenzied inmates by A rush was made to the mouth of the but ingress was impossible as smoke in dense olumes was issuing Fiftytwo uiuers had gone to work this morning nd were in the slope when the xplosion Of these Dfty wo eighteen were in the left eading and thirtyfour in the ght These in the left heading ot out all The retreat of the thers was cut off and not one heir names are Joseph Milt Barney manel Joseph Peter obert Martin John Andrew Patrick oseph John John Devan Thomas Patrick William Jack an Daniel William James Thomas Mc leary Elmer Of these twenty lie were married and have The it has been somewhat roubled with water and an air shaft had ecu drilled from the surface to a juncture the right and left shafts where water oiiied to bo most As the liners branched off from this point they new an air hole to be drilled there that ad not yet been broken into the ut thcydid know the shaft was to be roken into This by the being a six inch A miner amod Kerwin had been left in the right rift near where that branch joined the lines exit and in the course of his labors roke into the perpendicular he moment break into Hood of water ushed Kerwin and a man named standing by yelled out for some nc to save the men in the right shaft as 10 water pourd down hill in a stream nd he feared they would Young Javis Hayes who had seen tho apod forward at call and turned down lie left drift to warn his endangered oinrades Just as he passed the ir shaft that hud been broken into by 10 rush of waters changed to an ugly oar which blanched the checks of the The How of water had changed to deadly volume of iiredainj and young Hays swung by the liaft a Hash of blazing light slid irougli the shaft from end to he daring young man carried an open urning miners lamp iu his and ho ad hardly taken a step beyond the air liaft when a spark ignited tho reservoir f deadly fire and he sank ten feet oward the men who he had hoped to and mun whom lie had certainly In an instant an unquenchable re sprang up in the nine foot just ctwoeii tho main entrance and n the rignt forever shut ng off thirtytwo men impris ncd Poor old David ather of the mistaken drlvcd mad y the fate of his dashed into the ulphurous smoke and strangling fire amp only to fall blindly by the side of is son and to bo drawn out an hour ator with James both recog ized only by their The aimed by tho air from the main drift nd from the fatal shaft soon prung into an awful It is feared that all of the forty men till in the mine were either killed out ight by tho explosion or have been suf The excitement is very t is impossible to render any Jpio tho present time the full particu ars of the actual loss of life cannot be A DEADLY Charged With June blo excitement has boon occasioned at ho homo of Congressman Springer by ho wide publicity given to an affidavit if Hyland Kirk filed with Speaker charging Springer with un vorthy motives in Kirks claim igainst the federal The only person mentioned in Kirks hargo is Alex of this ox nited States consul to and formerly Springers committee Kirks affi davit says Springer referred lim to his with the statement that his measure was a speculative and that if ho ex lootod favorable action he would have to soc Springers Kirk acted on this and when ho told loncs what the chairman of the commit tee had Jones said Did Springer tell you the robber 1 am getting sick and tired of this whole cutthroat lusiness and I will have nothing to do with Jones pronounced the story utterly untrue in every particular and said The author of the affidavit evi dently supposed that I was still United States consul at far re moved from cable and that before my statement could reach the world his malicious charge would have worked irreparable injury to Congressman Nothing approaching any such conversation ever It is true that on one occasion I ejected Kirk from the committee room for assailing the character ottvro republican congress McKenna and because they were not sufficiently active in supporting his but that is Springers character needs no en cominum of but that my statement may not be I will say that he was against Highland Kirks from the has been for four and in of the repeated threats and attempts of intimidations bj the army of Washington lobbyists tha favorest Kirks Two Jane Borne corres pondent of the Western Watchman cables the following The dioceese of Omaha and Cheyenne are united under Bishop Burke of the latter Old Mtfeca Special to LA next annual meeting of the Hancock count Old Settlers association will be held La August Kills a Young Illiuois Lady and Injures Special to The Juno and Robert accompanied by James Workman and ohn wero returning from Tioga during a severe storm Saturday and when about a mile from light liug struck and instantly killed Miss iora soiling her clothes on frightfully burning tho 7he others were more or loss two being rendered no knocked from tho and all be ng severely and having their lothing torn in Tho wagon was also somewhat and one of he horses knocked The strange roaks of lightning are shown by the fact hat although Miss Yoe was seated be weoii the two it should se ed her as its while they were but slightly Tho other ladies immediately behind the gentle each with a baby in her Both he women wero rendered vhile the babies wore not in the least in HURT AT A struck by Xackes little who was sitting on the floor in the liddle of the sitting was stunned y the electric being unconscious or a few Benter was so rendered unconscious and remained o for several Neither of them sustained any ill after Xo dam age to the houses aside from the knock ng down of the chimney The Scene of the Kockford June thousand jeople yesterday visited the scene of idays washout along Keith and Kent where so much damage was done o railroads and other The anl and Illinois Central railroads have arge gangs of men at work repairing ridges and road beds and relaying the rack which was washed It is ex pected that within a few days they will lave things in such shape that trains can un on time from All through the istrict where the washout occurred icre is much Many people ave been left in destitute he morning papers make an appeal to le citizens for aid in their As ar as learned nobody was though many had narrow The loss to ie citv amounts to about lirec Men Killed iu a nt failn June freight rain on the Newport News and Missis ppi Valley railroad was derailed at this The iigiue and ten cars were badly tugiiieer Jwynu Ierkius and an un nown negro tramp wero crushed to Hush Marshall wasfatally TwentyFive People Injured by a Falling Bridge at June was a serious accident last evening at Beyerles a summer resort in the southern part of the At least people had assembled to see a man jump rom a cable stretehedjicross a miniature artificial People stood all around the and a hundred or more were on a rustic bridge about ten feet above the and extending from a bluff ou across the The jumper made the descent about He struck the water near the and the people on the bridge made a rush for the ffearly all of them were massed on a thirtyfive foot span adjoining the bluff and the structure fell with a go ing down in the The footpaths under the bridge were crowded with and upon these the timbers were thrown while those on the bridge were thrown in a heap iu the center of thi span where it struck the A least twentyfive persons were injured THI Destructive Wind and Bain Storm at Lin Nebraska June four oclock this morning a heavy wind and rain storm swept over this The chie damage was done in a small section on East Ohio where a number of par tially completed brick blocks stood Koofs were partially blown away am some walls torn One threestory building belonging to was completely A Chmreh Steeple Blows June heavy wind storm of Saturday did much dam age It blew down a portion of th massive tower of Marys which crashed through the roof an wrecked a pipe WEST June Saturday1 storm the residences o Sacks and Henry Baiter Storm Albert aged while plow ug in a field near Iowa struck by lightningand The orses were also The residence of Frank near Webster was struck by ghtning Saturday and badly he inmates escaped serious During an electric storm at Dubuque aturday a groeerytnan hitched his horse ear a telephone pole while he took iclter near One terrific bolt spent s force on the wire over the horses knocked the animal off its iclted the wire and ran into the he horse got up and fell down several mes before the effects of the shock ased The driver also was slightly RAILROAD A liurliugtoii Flyer Juno lOrning the Burlington Flyer was as wrecked near Island park y a defective The baggage chair car and smoker turned over nto the Judge of Red was but not atally A number of other pass ngors were but none A Lady Seriously Special June Cosgrove and of Ap anoose Hancock out driving Sunday the horse be ame scared turned around sharply and in throwing Cosgrove her cad struck against a her left ear eing torn off by the She was Iso badly bruised about the She taken to Spauldings home and 1hilpottand of this ailed to attend POSING AS Cretan Christians Entitled to Little Agcnason in Many to Purchase a Kealdenee in The New England Fishery LOSDOS June correspondent of the Doily Sews at Vienna learns that since the departure of Chakir governor of for whither he has been summoned to report upon the exact state of affairs upon that unhappy the troubles between the Christian and mussulman Cretans have very much The present condition of affairs there is represented to be very alarming and as requiring im mediate The weight of evi dence goes to prove that although the Christian Cretan is regarded as a martyr outside of his own country and is generally believed to b e most cruelly persecuted by the socalled who are in a very small as a matter of fact he is really the aggressor in nine cases out of ten and the appropriator of the widespread sympathy that should fall upon his mussulman the Creton mussulman is no more a Turk than his Christian fellow Both are Greeks and the one is equally brutal and mendacious with the The announcement is made that Lord Sailsbuary intends to purchase the Cha teau near Le on the Eng lish in now the proper ty of the Comte de The details of the it is have all been arranged and the transaction will be con summated within a short Concern ing the son of the Comte de the Hue the Paris Echo is authori ty for the statement that he will enter the Russian army as soon as the gayetics of the London season are Just now the young man is being regarded in London as a hero for having undergone imprisonment he could not There is a momentary lull in the New foundland fishery troubles and the efforts of the delegation to stir up public feeling by getting themselves interviewed in some of the London papers have fallen The English people have got over much of their old antipathy to and it would require something uiort nearly effecting their own interests than a dispute about codfish and lobster raisee by a few hundred colonial fishermen to change them from their present The French ministry evidently prefers to leave the Newfoundland question in its present shape in the hope of using it as a lever to effect a compromise with England regarding tho occupation of French influence at Constanti nople seems to be again in the ascend and the recent demand of the sultan for the withdrawal of the British troops is credited to the joint action of France and He claims to hare backing from a Louis concern from whom he will get his It is not believed the Carthage people will tolerate any such Frank Dobbs Special to The HawkEyeJ June Frank the Cordell was released from jail this He knows noth ing of the crime and as he could not be held for The citizens of Indus try are much wrought up over the matter and as to lynch the betrayer of Miss Cordell if he can be IBACK TO LIFE BY STANLEYS Fell Out of a June tenyearold aughter of John Herring fell from a animock Saturday and sustained such njurios that it is thought she will not Her father is the engineer who ost a log in the Northwestern collision t Logan two weeks He was only rought to his homo hero this RAILROAD A Row On in East Bound June is another ow on in east bound caused by he Lehigh Valley line announcing a rate f 17f cents on fifthclass traffic to the Lackawana line also reated a commotion by reducing the vool rate to Xew York from 50 to 40 The Missouri Pacific Cutg the June action of the Missouri Pacific and Santa Fe roads in making a round trip rate of SIS between Louis and Denver for the annual neoting of the Travelers Protective as ociation created a breeze at the meeting if the passenger The rate already had been met by the Louis ines and Chairman Goddard will decide omorrow whether it shall be met from Chicago to Merrill Succeeds June irenoral manager of the Kansas Joe and Council Bluffs has been appointed general manager of the Chi Burlington and Quency to succeed who resigned June Jf ormt Shasta a June of the icaks of Mount Shasta has absence from view created some anxiety here The top appears to lave been cut short Fire has long jeen known to exist in the crater and he formations of the valley and ridges below are partly of volcanic Cloalouakera June strike of the cloakmakers is One thous and are already out and it is expected the number will be increased to eight thousand bv the end of the Kins Leopold Tenders Him the Governor Generalship of the Congo Free June Stan ley has been tendered and accepted the governor generalship of the Congo free He will not enter upon his duties until the beginning of 18M unless he should be called upon to assume them earlier by King GENERAL FOREIGN Troops for the June is rumored that two regiments of a battery of artillery and one hundred and fifty marines will be sent to Quillimanc advices say the governor and a posse have decided to organize a colonial marine service and irregular forces for the also to supprrss English coin and adopt other measures to boycott the The British vice consul was compelled to quit his resi dence and take refuge at the Italian con A FATHER FOUND George a Wealthy Fann Commits A Young Boy Supposed to be Bobbed by Iowa City Iowa Sews and A Shoe Factory Burned at June large fourstory wooden shoe factory of James Sydney Allen was burned last night Attempted Special to The June a wellknown at tempted suicide by shooting this He is not dead as No caused To Dispel Headaches and to cleanse the system yet when cos tive or or when the blood is im pure or to permanently cure habitual to awaken the kid neys and liver to a healthy activity out irritating or weakening use Syrup of AxJudge John Atkinson June John Atkinson died this Canadian Sealers Going to Behring June seal ing schooner Lillie sailed Saturday for Behring Soa to hunt for Her owner said that he had given the captain positive orders to hunt in forbidden Other owners had also given their vessels similar and word has been sent by a vessel to all schooners cruising on the west coast of Vancouver Island to proceed to Behring Her majestys ship Amphion will leave the Esquimault dry dock in a few days and there is a settled conviction that she has orders from the imperial government to cruise in Behring Sea and look after tho interests of any Victoria scaling vessels which may enter the dis puted Naval officers are looking for active work this Exciting news from Behring Sea may be looked for about the latter part of The Choleru Panic in Pnebla de June alarm has been occasioned by the continued spread of the cholera at Puebla de The authorities are making a strong effort to stamp out the but so far has been New cases are re ported Yesterday there were four deaths and nine new The doctors are The authorities have telegraphed to Valencia for physicians and The total number of cases thus far is One of the persons who fled for safety died at an declares the disease true By Using Plans Freely much sickness and trouble may be pre MODERN Iprythee tell me pretty To marry me art thou afraid I am no monster come to And If I were would not barm Us not from fear I hang Tour Income Is not tber So one who has headache can afford to be without Hoffmans Harmless Headache Pow ders at Speaker Reed says congress will ad journ July He can count the vote that makes it New Orleans BUI Heads Burdette We dont suppose there ever was a man did not envy the freedom with which a harefooted hoy gets around on a rainy Atchison Serious Charges Against June corres pondent of Little writes on the 6th that three American fishing vessels came into the un ceremoniously cut away the nets and buoys of local hoveing their sceines and taking away six barrels of Turned Over to French June who was arrested May 20th for the in on July of has been turned over to French The steamer Lafayette with the pris oner on board sailed for France this fore Irish Nationalists to Visit Jnne OBrien and John Redmond have been appointed delegates to make a tour of America in the antumn in the interest of the Irish national The NavarreAnderson June marriage of Antone Xavarro and Mary Anderson to morrow will be very only relatives being Earthquake at Jnne earth quake shock was felt here at fifteen minutes after seven this which moved east to International Prison June inter national prison congress and interesting exhibition opened yesterday in the pres ence of the whole Death of m Catholic The Surgeons Knife Prevents a Womans Burial ITUle in a When I contEEBQced dissecting at the hospitals I had some difficulty in sur mounting the repugnance which the smell of a corpse causes to every buman But it took me still longer to overcome the horror each time I plunged my knife into a yet organized although looks so much like a living In conquered this and the interest awakened by science soon deadened my softer feelings to the ghastly details of the One dull December on arriving at the Hospital de la where as an indoor student I was training for the medi cal profession I met one of the who told me that a certain patient in whom I took considerable interest had died during the night and been placed in the It I a cold and dark The court yard was I entered the dingy dissecting hall and drew near to the table whereon the corpse lay with every line The was that of a as perfect a fashioned woman as I had ever seen in flesh or mar She was about 35 years of with a strongly knit frame and wealth of au burn hair that fell about tha slab in disor The face was handsome and The hands and feet were I no ticejl that the forefinger of the left hand waspricked and betrayed the hard worked needle unfortunate neither mother nor sister had come for ward to claim I may here state that during a consulta tion of the doctors over her case when she was yet at which the students were all I had become convinced that ah operation with the knife might have saved The head how thought and as I had no consulting voice in the matter no surjpcul operation was I imparted my doubts to itie who agreed that I should get her as I wished to verify by a postmortem how far out I was in my inference that an operation on the living woman might have been safely The patient lingered on for some time so long in fdtt that I began to think she would get well again and I be del rauded of an in teresting pathological So matters stood when the janitor gave me thnfc morning the welcome intelligence of her I say because however fiendish such an expression of sen timent may sound to unprofessional ears I had grown downright impatient to verify my Her ailment consisted in a fatty tumor ou the side of the neck which weighed over a I got my my black apron and was soon I determined to operate as conscientiously on the dead as I should have done on the live My scalpels and instruments were all well within reach on the I raised an but thers mis no trace of life in those lusterless The jaws were fast and the members rigid in I inserted the probs and plied the knife with the utmost nipping the arteries as they were untiUa dozen or more held the principle vessels of the After working a half hour or so abla tion was Just at that moment the always an early en tered the hall and walked up to the table where I was He Bent over the corpse and scrutinized with great attention the cavity in the as he gazed into the he started back as if he had received a galvanic I looked at him in He once more bent distended to its utmosj the gaping hole in the and exclaimed the woman is Her carotid lend a hand to take this woman up I in turn peered into the and sure enough a full view of the main vessel in the neck which conveys the blood from the aorta to the head could be had and it throbbed with a irregular mo The woman was in a She was at once put into a warm restoratives wers applied and her neck was properly Her was for a time in great but she eventually recovered and left thn hospital Instances like although of very rare do sometimes happen in the dissecting rooms of but I have never heard of any such case at the Amphitheatre of where pupils prosecute their anatomical altuoiija subjects are unclaimed waits from iil the Paris no patho logical directing takes Paris Chicago First I in course of the railway jour the Miperintendent of the in addition ta giving much information respecting country passed also had interesting story to tell concerning the Indian chkf who is at the head of the rjiunant Seminole Indians that ere still to be found in It seems while the line was being con accompanied by his wives and some of his male often visited the work and watched with evident interest its After its completion the who had acquired the confidence of the persuaded him to take a which he reluctantly consented to When the train was fully under way the superin tendent sent word to the engine driver to go ahead with full Tallahassee at once entered into the spirit of utter ing a war began swinging his arm violently in a as if in imitation of the rapidly revolving At the end of the journey he expressed his great delight and pleasure for the fast had and voluntarily prom ised the superintendent a handsome otter skin and although five months elapsed before he redeemed his yet it was faithfully and a very handsome skin it proved to Forest and Special to The HawkEyeJ June one of the wealthiest farmers in this part of the for some years retired from active work to a fine sheep farm two or three miles from the committeed suicide Saturday night in his He was in the city and started home with his two daughters in a hard Coming to a creek that was very high he turned back with the girls to town where he left and then re turned to hit home He was alone in the house all When the mem bers of the family arrived the next morn ing he was not to be He was af terwards found hanging under the He had been dead for some time and no efforts at resuscita tion were Tt is supposed that an old ailment from which he had been suf fering had been so aggravated by the wetting that he received that it caused temporary Parkinson was one of the prominent men of the region aed his death is a salt He leaves a wife and several and was about fortyfive years of His estate will amount to quite a large The funeral will be held Tuesday at 2 SONS OF The Delegation to the Xutlonnl En Correspondence of The June delegates elected to this national encamp ment of Sons of to be held at in are Shaw of delegatoatlargo Leon of and of Iowa The delegation is now composed of Post Colonels of Dos and of Waterloo John Pickett and General James of in addition to the delegates They are a fine sot of young men and will represent Iowa division with dignity and Pickett gave a banquet to thu at Bryson house last and a royai good time is The encampment was enthusiastic in tho A Voting Woy Special to The June Sun day morning another drowning occurred at this or is supposed to have oc Frank a twelveyear old son of Dennis was sent by his employer with a horse and wagon to bring a quantity of meat to his The boys con tinned caused An investigation finally re vealed tho wheels of the wagon project ing above the water of the Mississippi at at point where the current is very When drawn from the water the drowned horse was still attached to Nothing was to be found of the ISnrglars Make a Big June entered the office of Vails bottling works Saturday cracked the safe and abstracted nearly worth of bank checks and in One of the papers stolen was a batik draft for and all wore payable to so that it is practically a dry Ko clue to the Iowa City University IOWA June com mencement exercises today were at tended by a large The usual final cxecises of various literary societies have and tomorrow graduat ing exercises of the law school takes The regents are in This lias been tho most successful year in history of the Lost a June a Chicago and Northwestern brakeman re siding caught his foot in a frog at West Side early Sunday and was run over by a sustaining such injuries that it was necessary to ampu tate his EAWEEYE PRICE 15 CERTS PER commenced tomorrow in dredging East Dubuque harbor from the bridge down to the lower end of t The harbor is foil of amu accumulation of sand and it will rcquiro abont ten days trf remove Ai A New Memory System rartienlarly Ap plicable for In the innermost recesses of O enterprising are you not conscious of something were to have done but for the life of you you cannot tell what it is Look in your memorandum per haps you will find it but more ikely not Con over in your mind all he things you have left undoneor were to Can you think of it Let us help It was not to bring lome to your wife a spool of cot nor a new tube for the nursing It was not to take up the parlor carpet and beat thank heaven that nor take down the hall Was it to put up the window screens not Nor yet to pay thatlittle ac count at Goose Shears for your last winters You promised to pay it to but they can wait a little You have made no engagements to meet a party at Crystal or Lone Tree the matter lies considerably nearer home than that ami is of far more Jog your memory there Dont sit as if you were going to sleep in did you say to be seems tome twas something abont a but for the life of me I have it That board of trade meeting this I had like to have forgot I must make it a point to be though the heavens Gentle that Board of Trade meeting is called oclock thin qft crnoon and you are as the base ball cranks Go and rap out a a perchance a threebagger for Put on your butting and go in to MERCER COUNTY there is nothinf equal to Stereotyping Burdette Jane of the Catholic diocese of is June steamer Bounroyne from New York June seen disabled and repairing her machinery on June arrived this He CA Special to TfceHawkKreJ imfMSKJune bom Keokuk he wfll open an orig Inal lockage either at Carthage or The of It lies between the landing place at Quar antine and Fort on Staten It is a pebbly slightly curving into a It is a place where children like to gathering pebbles or dabbling in the limpid water that beats A more peaceful looking little stretch of shore you never looked Every now and then the waters of the Sorrows bear to and deposit it the bloated body of a drowned man or or maybe a They all come ashore all that come ashore at all on the northern part of Staten Nobody can tell the reason There is no peculiarity of tide or current that af fecta boats in this There must beVme yet it is not enough to nod boots or floating debrisashore here more than at other Tet for Of the human dead this little land mysterious attraction flwt Lfor one canlot What chance Is here for romance to tnJId a ghostly York Externally Wellf how are yon to asked the Oim fun av pains as a widy replied Worse Did yotf rub that stuff I sent yon well into the skin Bnb it into me skin AT course sor Oi saw labeled for outward application so Oi just rubbed it on BKOKK His Wednesday Master Harley of fell from a tree amf broke his arm and collar He is doing as well as could be ROBBED Jiv Friday a Chicago was knocked down by foot pays and robbed of S600 in cash and a gold No clue to the TOOK Roroit ON Clara the handsome and accom plished daughter of of committed suicide Friday by taking a dose of Rough on No cause is assigned for the rash SJIOOTTM Active preparations are being made for the tournaments to be conducted at the fair grounds at Keokuk li and July under tho auspieccs of tho Northwestern Gun A NEW Cox VENT has commenced on the new convent building on Summer The convent will be known as the Mother and it it said will be the most extensive and imposing edifice and yet erected for either religious or secular services in the and for religious purposes will have few rivals in the ON THE General Boating Movements of the Packets and The river now stands at 9 feet 2 inches above low the gauge having re forded a fall of inch at yesterdays Te Pittsburgh passed up at four oclock Sunday The Bella Mac and Inverness layed by at this port The Polar Wave went down yesterday with her tow of ice Any reduc tion in the temperature will be ascribed to this The Julia passed down with rafts yes terday The Thistle passed southward yester day with lumber for Stout of The from the signaled this port at half past eleven last A queer craft made its appearance on the river It consists of a pleas ure skiff with a stern wheel abont two feet in connected by proper gearing to double hand cranks in from of the The craft made good progress and seemed not to require great Dubuque Herald Last Friday the government boats General the flag ship of the the steamer Ada and the United States dredge Phoenix came down from Harpers Cap tain Durham went down the river t Keoknk with the General Barnard and left Captain Tibbals here in charge a the Phcenii to raise the sunken Diamond which went down in May The Diamond Jo was originally bnt later was transformed Into a coal It was accidentally sonicon the Wisconsin near the state line while being towedto the Eagle Poin ways for When Captain Dunham departed fo he gave Captain Tibbies until Tuesday to lift the bnt the work was completed yesterday in the unprece A Harmonious County lution Special to Tho HawkKyej Juno Mercer county republican convention mut In Aledoat 1 at tho court The roll call by showed an at tendance of ninetylive of was elected Moses of was chosen secretary with of New and of New as The following gentlemen wero selected as delegates to the state convention Noah Me John Charles Delegates to tho congressional conven tion at LSuslmoll are Henry Alex Car David The present county central committee consists of the following Alvah John McKinney Elisha Alev Cap tain Ira Entire harmony All work was dono with an unseltish interest and to the benefit of tho The sena torial convention will meet and the county convention possibly not until the latter part of Tho following resolutions wore sub mitted to the convention and adopted Under tho lash of bigotry and ignorance certain parties are de manding an immediate repeal of the compulsory educational law as bat very little opposition to Illinois ulsory education law has come from the rarents and The republican party ise9 entially the party of free public J and believe that it is the duty of the nt to direct the education of tho ind beyond that it lit the duty of ho state to see that thu parent per his duty and It is apparent that the only to the compulsory needed is provision that will give ppeal from the local superintendent or11 instead of making their cisions as is now the And there is no considerable objection to the principle of the tho prosperity of compulsory school by which then pupils should be for a lumber of to attend a wherein rudimentary instruction is n is not disputed by any siderable number of Therei fore be it That we object to any changei from the except as liberal minded man must conaiderja fair and And that we do propose to make any concessions to nuu and cry of ignorance and big against the as it upholds principle of the right of the state tftj establish a standard of educ and to onforu universal comompliancAi with that That our principles planted upon the firm rock of tho sti luty to every American assu of an elementary in language of the Declaration of Indep of Washington and of General member of gress from New York writes It Is a public duty I perform testify to the remarkable curative j of Allcocks Porus For sev years I have been at times troubled i violent attacks of They i last for several weeks at a and 1 pain would reach from the In not only to my but to i finger Some months ago I hadtl most severe attack and was my almost I felt discouraged and thought of recn electric when Senator Ne sent me six AHcocks Porus I immediately applied the one on the small of my 1 and one on my hip where 1 considerable sciatic The effe simply In six hours I able to the violent pain mostly I continued to wear plasters for some when I feltli almost entirely I kept for nearly a as a matter of Beware of Imitations and do not ceived by AHcocks and let no solicitation planation induce yon to accept a AHcocks Corn and Bunion effect quick and certain dented period of twelve The dredge has been Dabuqne moved fi the Work win Comp Iowa The patents Issued to Iowa in during the week ending June Ift John track cleaner and chart for drafting wire reel and stretcher washing machine Doore and holder tor Josiah LarchwoodV raiser Hum mill gearing bolt holder folding target
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