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   Burlington Hawk-Eye (Newspaper) - June 18, 1890, Burlington, Iowa                                THE BURL ESTABLISHED WED JUNE 1890 PRICE 15 CEHTS PER STOR PASSES TEE The House Measure Adopted by a Vote of 42 to The Title of the Bill Wol cottg liillH Unilnr ticnnral Capital Juno pre liminary tlii senate took up the house silver hill uud Wolcott spoke on the said when the senators who lived in tin silver producing states were accused of holding sordid and un worthy iind iipatriolic opinions and when it was suit tluit tliosr wjio were demand ing that silver h restored to its old place with itsister metal were specula tors and adventurers and were indifferent to the true welfare of the lie would lie pardoned for that hit had the right to claim the atten tion of the Jong enough to protest siieh intiniat ions and against such method of conducting the If it were true as it was not that the people of the silver producing states were governed in the matter by the desire to the industry on which their pros perity large warrant was given to them for such course by some of the eastern The country particul arly the northern seemed to have fallen on days when politics were rated ut a commercial value aloneand when political feiilly wiis made to depend upon whether the prosperity of the locality where the voter resided was to be better fostered by with either or by large and prohibitory duties which jiraclically excluded foreign The prosperity of the people of tin mountain states of the west had ever to chiefly and the products of their while they were less bcncfiUed than any oilier region of country by high protective they asked every session to stand by duties which Ihe And when they asked that silver should also bo they were told that they were sordid and unpatriotic and that their ideas were those of dissatisfied and visionary went on to the unfriendly attitude of the administration toward the silver ques and said i ha l when Harrison was nominated his record was searched in vain for any noteworthy act or saying thi repnblicim lenders of the west nuulc nnii among the farmers and miners and sceurecl the success of theliiKil that Ihe had not ex actly on the silver question and the awakening had been rather He ventured tin opinion that if the presidents opinion on that question bad been announced before tin last elccticm a single stale west of tinMissouri river would have given a republicJin not because the niajorily of people of those stales were true and staunch and earnest repub but because they would have wished to rebuke overwhelmingly the party that selected as their standard hearer one who was unmindful of the in terests of the country and disregnrdful of the will of the great majority of the members of the An open foe was lobe preferred to the secret The ricmnmcniliiliiin of the secretary of the treasury struck viciously at the in terests of tin Uhe net of LS7S was inlinilely preferable lo the bill recommended by the The whole purpose of the house hill seemed te lie tei degrade and debase to nialiiit a eommodity to vedmt il tei emiof thebnser and lo pre sent its iuain taking its phwas a stand ard eif In Woleotl said thesilver bill was eif far greater im peirtaini than the clcctiein anti gcrryiiiandering bill eir tariff The eonelnsion of maidin speech ill the senate was attended with great ap plause anil compliments from tlie sinu t Thesenate1 then voted on the amend ment reported by thefinance striling out of the house silver hill the provision that treasury neites issued for silver shall be legnl tender for all public anel The1 amendment was rejcetcd yeas nays tin provision remains in 1 Tinsecond striking out the bullion re elemption was agreed The third striking emi Ihe MMlion for the five coinage eif the market priee is one dollar ior grains eif pure was The amend i limitation of theact to ten years was In motion eif 1liini tinfolllowiug was substituted for the lirst section of the house thai from anel after the date eif the pass age of this act the unit of value in the 1 niled Simes shall be thedollar and the samemay lie coined eif grains of standard silver or eif slt grains of standard geiUl anel sniil coins shall lu llgal lender for all public or nri vate that lhereafter any owner of silver eir gold bullion may deposit the same at any mint of the Inited Slates lobe formed into standard dollars or bars for his benelit and without charge lull it shall be lawful lei refuse any deposit eif hss value than one hundred dollars eir any bullion so bustus u be unsuiVftlile for theoperiitieiu of Mitchell addressed the senate and in the1 course of his remarks doelared any administration which would set it self up against the free and unlimited coinageof the silver dollar would as it deserved to hurled from Iltimb moved to add a new section to come in as section follows TAuit the provisions of section 3 of the act tei authorize the coinage of the standard silver dollar and to restore its legal tender which became a law February is hereby made ap plicable to the coinageIn this act pro vided agreed to without Ragan offered the following amend ment as a substitute for sections and 5 Section That the certificates pro vided for in this act shall be of denomi nation of not loss than nor more than one hundred and such cer tificates be redeemable in coin of stand ard A sufficient sum to carry out the provisions of this act is hereby ap propriated out of any money in the ury not otherwise The provision in section one of the act of Feb ruary which requires the secre tary of the treasury to purchase at the market price not less than two more than four million dollars worth of silver bullion per is hereby Edmonds interfering with the fine symposium we are I wish to 1 HIU opposed to the bill as it now stands and to every onefcrf its amend ments in general and in and that I am not to be called upon hereafter to account for having allowed the amend ment to pass without calling for the yeas and 1 am willing lo deliver over to the democratic party the management of finances for the time I only state this in order that 1 may not trouble the senate with demanding the yeas and nays on various ornamentation that are being given to tills hoodlum which is set Plumb retorted sharply and asked what Edmunds is going to do with the republican and intimated that Edmunds does not represent the republi can Edmunds replied that he stands by the republican party tout that the democrats and their deluded follow ors nave Abandoned that platform and transformed It into one which no demo cratic convention ever dared make and BO democratic administration and no democratic bouse rf repreoentatiree fcecaiue they knew tie fitotoi would and misled by that cry of and when the break comes it is not the poor or the debtor who will have but the very people whom these gentlemen are now howling against so that will have made all the Vest called Edmunds attention to the fact that the democratic in passed a free coinage he was mutilated by the republican democratic party being in the majority in the house in 1877 or 1888 did pass a contrivance of this kind just as it is trying to pass it now in order to appeal to the worst in stincts of the to do something which might bring it into It ac complished its purpose and Cleveland was And having been elected by their Cleveland was wise enough and brave enough to tell his democratic supporters that that sort of delusion could not be carried into prac The democratic party was wise for a to be absolutely silent for four years on that No patriot opened his mouth to bark at the administration of President Cleve land because be persistently and steadily declined to be betrayed or seduced into destroying the prosperity of the people of the United States by advising such a measure as this we have No democrat in either house during the four years of Clevelands ad ministration opened his lips to relieve the suffering from the want of coinage of silver And therefore 1 with great respect to my friend from Kansas and to everybody that this bill Is now a platform renewed from 1S78 to of the democratic party when it has no res and I agree that it ought never to and that its purpose is to tangle the republican party and delivir it over to the democratic The question was taken on Keagaus amendment and it was agreed to without Teller moved to add the fol lowing as a new section That tbe ccr tilieatiS provided for in the act shall be receivablc for all taxes and dues to to the United States of every description and shall be legal tender for the payment of all debts public and After a long discussion it was modified at the suggestion of by adding the words and all silver certificates already issued and as so modified it was agreed 114 nays kJumb moved to insert the follow ing as an additional section The owners of bullion deposited for coinage shall have option to receive coin or its equivalent or certificate provided for in this and such bullion shall be subse quently coined agreed to without The bill was then reported to the sen ate and all the amendments agreed to in the committee of the whole agreed to in the Chandler moved to insert the fol lowing amendment No gold or silver bullion shall be received by the treasury department linden this act except such as shall be shown to be the product of mines within the United Telleir moved to lay the amend ment on the Agreed The bill as amended was then nays follows IH Jones of or Voor Will SHOT DOWN BY A Terrible Massacre of Cowboys Re ported in New Nine Men Shot Down in Cold to Tell the Posse in pursuit of the The Mine EifASO June freight crew which arrived over the Southern Pacific road report when they arrived at Sepore New this morn ing they found the town in the wildest excitement over the arrival of a cowboy who had just reached there from a ranch ten miles where he and ten other men were He stated that last night a band of Indians surrounded them and shot them He thought there about thirty The cowboys had been abed but a short time when the attack was Some of them were armed but did not have guns not expecting to find Indians on the war path in that He saw three men drop and thinks the rest shared the same A posse has gone after the In A BLOODY Chan Evarts Hull Mclbcr sem of Maryland The title of the bill was amended so as to read An act to providefor free coin age of gold and silver bullion and for otber Thebill for the admission of Wyoming was taken up so as to make it unlinishod business and the senate The some unimportant business the house went into committee of the whole on the sun dry civil approporation The com mittee soon rose and reported the bill hack to the An amendment adopted in the committee of the whole making i a specific in lieu of an indefi nite appropriation for the payment of bark pay was rejected and a motion to recommit ibe bill with instructions to the eommiitee on appropriations to re port it back with a clause making spe cific appropriations fer hack and bounties The bill then The house then went into committee eif the whole em the Indian approprition An appropriation of to re fiind the rinrokee Indians the expense eit their removal to the Indian territory was stricken Pending further ac tion the committee rese and the house GENERAL WASHINGTON Negroes Kngage in a Pitched Battle in an Alabama Mining June pitched battle between negroes and white men took place yesterday at a mining town miles from and over one hundred shots were fired on bolh leader of the was and Jim Dowell Seven others were less seriously Only one white man was Several negroes were caught by whites who threatened to lynch them last The sheriff sent a force of men to ihe but at last accounts they had not succeeded in re storing and more bloodshed is ex a both sideS are well The fight grew out of hitting a negro with a THE ENTOMBED JXmin of the 111Fatpd Farm Hill Colliery Miners June nightlong rescuing parlies riinained at the mouth of themanhole at the Farm Hill but their efforts to help the unfortunate men entombed in the burning mine were The sights about the pits at the mouth were all the morepitiable be cause of the twentyfour hours of an guish that have rolled over the heads of the relatives aud friends of the entombed and hundreds stand slcadily at the mouth gazing at the columns of smoke that grow thicker and thicker hour by indicating that it is coal now burning instead of timber and roof The mine inspector is making strenuous efforts to cuter from the Ma hanoy An air fan to furnish ven tilation to the mine will be put in opera tion this afternoon in the Ferguson as work will also be commenced The mine is so located that a flooding of the fire is and smothering it means certain death to the men providing they arc Xearly all the mines in this region are closed down and money and provisions are pour ing in on every Slight hope was raised at noon by the return of one of the rescuing party who reported that far down in the slope he heard a mule bray This leads to the belief that the men may yet bo At smoke was issuing from the shaft thicker than but the res cuers are hard at work in the Maheening mine and hope is still enterlained that the imprisoned or some of may be alive in the rear A DETECTIVE AFTER The Supposed Murderer of Ella Corilell Under Special to The June of the young man who is charged with the murder of Sliss Ella Cordell of that place was in this city He was profuse in his denial of any connection whatever of the niur and said ho was working on the case and expected te have some new develop ments He lefttown that Yesterday detcctiivearrive here in search of A good deal of interest is in the mysterious matter in this Although look dark for young our people are not dis posed to make serious against him until sometin mere substantial than meresurmise is brought against Albertsons is are due to the operations of a dis honest who in the absence of Albertson bought a large amount of When the market went against him yesterday the clerk left the Hmneocfe Kepnbliean Special to The June repub county convention today nominated the following candidates for county officers John Marsh Gillon Johnson Starkey school superin Charles Decker Frank Delegates were re elected to the state congressional and senatorial The delegates go Declared for June democrats of the second congressional district re nominated Representative Manour and declared for Grover Cleveland for presi dent in Arkansas June democratic state convention nominated for James Eagle secretary ef Schism Dunlap attorney Atkin son superintendent of public Shinn Morrow land Meyers com missioner of James Owens Xominated at Znneg Juue demo crats of the fourteenth congressional dis trict renominated James Row at an BAYOX Juue elec tion for state senator was contested As the result of a fight in the ninth ward Hillard Richarson and Eward prominent youug were fatally THE SMALLEST OF OUR MART IS A Mary Anderson Quietly Married to Antonio de Only Her Present at the Cere mony Riflemen Welcomed at Together They Weigeil Only One Found uiid June Charles of this gave birth last Wed nesday to two of the smallest babies that there is any authentic record The babies weigh threequarters of a pound and one pound and are well developed and appearantly in perfect health Tbe babies were and the boy tipped the beam at one while the girls weight was onequarter of a pound short of Sadie the nurse in charge or the was present at the and she said that both babies had gained at least three ounces since their She was sure that last Wednesday the weight of the two was not more than threefourths of a pound and a halfpound Either child could be hidden under a quart or both could bn stowed away comfortably in an ordinary over coat Both have black hair and very pretty Injured by a Kunaway CSpccial to The June wild team ran away through the city at midnight last night trampling down a man named and injuring him An other while chasing the fell through a bad place in the walk and was painfully Both men will re Ieorias New Distilling June sec retary of state today issued a license of incorporation to the Central City Distil ling of with a capital stock of The incorporators arc Edware George Spcllman and Timothy LABOK TinHIIIISI Will Iroliably 1iiss lie Senate Silver Kill says the probable action of thebouse on the seuaie silver bill will differ very Tinre is a belief mi thepart of some that bifori any action is a caucus will be hold lodiMidi upon tho course to There is a sentiment even among tbe friends of tinbill as it passed the sinalc that it will get into confer and that out of that conference will be cvolved a bill providing for the purchase four and onehalf million ounces of silver per the certifi cates issued in payment thereof to be legal tender and not redeemable in bull Such it is generally be would receive The presidents ap The free coinage advocates ex press tho opinion that the house will pass the senate All ISailroads in Cleveland Strikers June rail road in the city is tied up aud the wheels of passenger and mail trains arethe only ones turning The situation is re carded as but what the outcome will he neither the oflieials nor employes It is asserted that the railroad must listen to the demands of the men without delay or tbe yardmen in adja eent cities will also leave It is also said that tho switchmen at ISuffalo and every other point on the eastern division of the Lake Shore road are only waiting for word from Cleveland to join the At a meeting this morning the strikers de cided to remain There aro now six huudred men The Senate Original Package Bill Con W Asms June senate original package bill was again under consideration before the house judiciary committee So far the proceed ings have been confined to a critical an alysis of the existing supreme court decisions and constitutional Other opinions are that several sessions of the committee will be The River and Harbor June the more important increases made by the senate ooniniittw on the river and harbor bill are the The Mississippi river from the head of the passes to the mouth of the one mil lion of which passed the house by joint resolution and was stricken from the house bill and restored by the senate no action having been taken on the house joint the Mis souri Married at June von German minister to was married this morning to Miss Lena in the chapel of the Catholic University of near this Bishop of celebrated the nuptial The Tariff June of the senate finance announces that at todays meeting of the republican members of the the tariff bill was closed against farther amendments and will be reported to the senate tomorrow XTM June second conference on the antitrust bill has reached an agreement by the terms of which the bill is stripped of an amend ments and it originally passed the Hullding Laborers Juno building labor ers of Somerville and numbering about three thousand struck forhighcr wages this The brick layers unions have agreed to support the RAILBOAD Annual Meeting of the Hamil ton and June annual meeting of the stockholders of the Cin Hamilton and Dayton road was held here The presidents re speaking of the Ives and Staynor says The failure of justice in the case on trial in September is a source of regret but the prosecution is still pend ing and it is to be hoped that Staynor and Ives will yet be tried with more sat isfactory results than a disagreement of the He says further of the ques tion of the validity of the Ives and Stay nor stock Of the ten millions of alleged preferred stock issued by Ives there yet remain outstanding and claimed against the company In re tiring the portion that has thus far been taken in the company has authorized and put out an issue of preferred four per cent The bylaws were changed so as to devolve on the president most of the duties heretofore discharged by the vice June superintendent of the lines In Iowa and will succeed Merrill as general manager of the Hannibal and Kansas City and and Coun cil Bluffs fdw June God of the Western Passenger associn today authorized the Chicago lines Urmake a Denver round trip rate for the annual meeting of the Travelers Protec tive association at to meet the action Of the Louis Ursng the Defeat of the Lottery June Willard and president and secretary of the National in behalf of that organization sent official letters to the Louisiana legislature urging the defeat of the lottery June speaker of the house ol repre sentatives of died at his home at Fatally Burned by an Juno an explosion of firedamp in the Milesville coal mines today Samuel Carney and his two sons were perhaps The Proposed Lottery BATON June committee reports on the proposed lot tery amendment were presented in the house They go over until to A Biff Gold Kxjiort to be XKW June Eickelhimer have ordered in gold for export to To Dispel Headaches and to cleanse the system yet when cos tive or or when the blood is im pure or to permanently cure habitual to awaken the kid neys and liver to a healthy out irritating or weakening use Syrup of Out of Patience With llis From the Hastings County Judge Burton has issued a mar riage license to John Frederick William Hoevet and Christina The groom is sixtyeight years oldVind the blushing bride ten years his junioV After the papers had been drawn up old man remarked as he left the office mine I hope dis been the last vomans I haf to get Pain and dread attend the use of most ca tarrh Liquids and snuffs are un pleasant as well as Elys Cream Balm is easily applied into tne and a sure It cleanses nasal passages and heals the inflamed relief at Price June ten minutes after eleven oclock this in the little Roman Catholic church at Marys in Holly Mary Anderson and Antonio de Xavarro were The ceremony was very Efforts were made to keep the ceremony strictly Miss Anderson herself decorated the buying palms and white flowers from the poorest shops aud families in the This morning the whole family attended moss and partook of holy Despite the 500 persons had squeezed themselves into the narrow Jane that leads to the and crowded around the church making ingress and egress almost A little after eleven oclock young Xavarro ar rived in a cab and ten minutes later five carriages containing the bride and guests drove Miss Anderson was dressed in white trimmed with real lace and real orange She looked wreathed in was the picture of Absolutely no one but the occupants of the carriages were admitted to tho but the police had the greatest difficulty in keeping out the surging Griffin led the bride to the He was followed by The ceremony was performed by the Canon unattended by any assistant The bride and groom knelt at the altar rails beneath an arch of The canon then made a impressive his words bringing tears to Miss Andersons eyes and he himself showing signs of deep After the celebration of low mass the or gan played two wedding and at oclock the family drove back to Griffins where the wed ding breakfast was de Xa varro handed Rector Pursell an honor arium of at the conclusion of the On leaving the church Our Mary was loudly Xavarro said that she and her husband expected to pass their honeymoon in Switzerland and that she had decided to retire from the stage in accordance with the wishes of unless she loses the suit brought against her by In that event she will act one season to ill the contract which he FORGED INTO Tory Kickers Controlled by Lord SaiiH burys June has brought his dissatisfied followers to time by a threat to dissolve parliament and appeal to the This would in volve the certain retirement to private life of many lories and most of the un ionists with tho possibility of the return of Gladstone to so the kickers reluctantly The gov ernment plan is to amend the rules of tbe house so as to carry uutinished bills forward to the next session and to make the passage of these rules a question of lielfour admitted yesterday that there is no chance of passing the Irish land purchase hill this The best parliamentary judges say the same of the other two important government licensing and the tithes that the whole of next season will probably be taken up with the un finished work of the present The while making a show of resist ance to the new will be delighted at their adoption and will make them the means of forcing through many radical reforms when they again come into was cracked Sunday night and nearly in bank drafts besides S300 in The paper is not No clew to the identity of tlie thieves has yet been Two FATAL prob ably fatal accidents occurred in Mason City An aged gentleman named Tipton was kicked by a and a member of the firm of Hubbard of Clear Lake was kicked in the temple by an Xeither of the victims has yet regained consciousness and their recovery is STABBED AT A a picnic at Big Lake two miles north of Coun cil Albert a white was terribly cut by an unknown The weapon used was a The physicians say that Smith will This morning the police arrested Sam a porter at the Union It isxsaid that he answers the description of the POISOXED BY THE Opjn OF FLOWERS of the members Sf the Methodist church choir in Dodge wore seized by a sudden illness while singing during the service Sunday They were carried into the open where several were while others had to be taken Today several of the afflicted ones were still confined to their The church was lavishly decorated with and it is thought that their odor overpowered the All the symtoms of poisoning wore FIELD DAY A Successful Day of Sports Given by the at Some Good Dm Sloinen River Land Cine Theat rical Troupe Iowa and GENERAL FOREIGN Xo Ice From the Ice is but the doctors say people are better off without it and life may be just as serene and pleasant in its Put water in a porous earthen jar and set it in a shaded place and it becomes as cool as people ought to The most obstinate cases of catarrh are cured by the use of Elys Cream the onlv agreeable It is not a Bqmaor is easily applied Into the For cold in the bead It is It girts relief at on Price 30 Tbe From the Sew Tort Census Enumerator to Miss What is your age Miss was born in Census or 1S70 Honors to American Klllemeii at June commission of the federal shooting contest has passed a resolution requesting the municipal au thorities of Berlin to open the proceed ings by formally welcoming to Germany the riflemen who have come from foreign countries to participate in the This ceremony will take place in front of the town The municipal authori ties will also be requested to act as mar shals at a banquet to be given to the Hcrr as president of the Scliuctzin will deliver the ad dress at the AntiSlavery June antislave ry conference the American and Dutch delegates arc persistent in their opposi tion to the import duties proposed for the Congo flic delegates from the United States announce consent of the country will depend upon arrange ments which go beyond the scope of the In tlie Cholera June government has ordered troops to proceed to the Province of and establish a military cordon about the districts in which the cholera has made its appear Seven more cases of the disease are reported as having developed in Puebla do Minor Foreign June proposition has been made by the viceroy of the province of to double the duty on cotton yard and piece goods and to increase the opium duty by 20 per The proposal provides that syndi cates shall be charged with the duty of collecting the revenue British traders are strenuously opposing the new The German who on November 19 shot and dangerously wounded Judge of the Notting ham county and who has since been in today committed suicide in his An adverse decision against Arnemann by Judge Bristowe was the cause of the Baron Ferdinand de Rothschild has beenpresented by the queen with a bust of the work of the sculptor A report is in circulation at Cairo that all the Europeans who were captured by the mahdi have been released by The Caledonian Railway station at Edinburgh was destroyed by fire yester together with a large number of carriages and other Sis German Catholic brothers and nine sisters of charity have departed for Africa to engage in missionary Fortyeight workingmens dwellings were destroyed by fire at The Iticneu of Little Did you ever notice it The airs and consequence of a person are usually in in verse ratio to his real The president of a or of the United does notalways have time frontiersmen disrespectfully cull lugs and but if you would contemplate real grandeur look out ior the of a target company or the marshal of a division on Patricks One of the most important men that I know is a small reporter for i small a man who is always never domg He habitually wears his eyebrows high and his eyeliels his whole expression declaring that it would be a great relief if the world would cease to ex pect such prodigiis of industry and enterprise from Whenever he has occasion to write that Mamie Smith celebrated her 8th birthday on the previous evening and that her mother gave her a doll and a childrens he first seats himself flings out his elbows us if he wanted a larger office for his dabs llis brow with a ex tracts a pound of letters and papers from his runs through them with an air as if he were an international arbitra tor and each scrap were a letter from a then solemnly pens four lines about Mamie This function performed ha lays his copy on the city editors desk with a weary yet condescending as who should It has cost me years of yel for friendships sake I give it to and after exchanging a few remarks in a loud voice goes forth to record the attrac tions of amission fair lyn Servants Pope decided that he could not afford to dine with the Montagu because each dinner involved a disburse ment of five guineas to the servants of the Montpgu the duke sent with his subsequent invitation to the poet an order for the amount in Thus the dif ficulty attending vails or tips was over come in this To avoid paying them was and indeed a writer in The for its contribu tions from Lord that a certain noble by connivance with his really compelled his guests to defray the cost of the entertainments af forded them At it was decided to put a stop to tlus system of and at a meeting of gentlemen in Scotland in the year 17130 it was resolved that in visit ing one another they would give no money to servants nor allow their domestics to take any money from their A few days later the honorable company of Scots at their meeting held in came to similar determina although one noble lord vigorously opposed the proposition and threatened to knock downttic first servant who refused to accept a The servants them Speclal to The HawkEyeJ June most pleasant and successful series of athletic feats were performed at the field day ex ercises of the here The records made are as follows Base ball 315 feet Foot 15S feet 4 inches Slow mule K Proc ter Victor Only Only rider Osgood Procter Payne tiuiel 21s Running high 5S Fifty yard Mc Thompson Gardner One hundred yard against Three legged Brisbiu and Thompson and Gardner and McAdams Thompson and 12 Brisbin and Base five Score 1 to 0 in favor of c p Gard ss Ib 2b Os 3b rf e p Sehru ss 2b Ander 3b rf cf Schnei Smith strikes 14 men McAdam Tug of Law Bris Gard Major Dinwiddies cadet artillery drill was about as near perfect as it is possible to showing the major to be a drill master of the first THE IOWA United States securing the title by pur the power to do which resides in congress FILLED HDI WITH S01P An Aetnw Ma Spying into Ol Special to The HawfcKjreJ June wn ature troupe of threatrical were arrested at Belknap yesterday and brought here for trial before Squire From the information and the1 the lady was disturbed by the hoodlum element of Belknap that tried to peep into her dressing apartment while she was changing costume for different She told them several times to but one by the name of Toole and a few others persisted In look and she filled her revolver with and having a blank cartridge behind tired it at the said Toole which filled his clothing with The boy ran wildly and smarting under the pain and chagrin of being had the lady ar rested and brought to this Frank Eichelberger defended the lady and moved that the trial be which was done without DIED FOR HIS Two Boys Drowned at lo Special to The v June and Will aged about fourteen sons of drowned in the bayou on their fathers farm here last They had gone to a field for some purpose and one of them had went in to swim and began to The other in to save him and both were This is evident from tho fact that one was naked and his clothes piled on tho bank as is usually done and the other had his clothes selves naturally looked the jnovc ment with disfavor and in certain gentlemen who hail resisted the payment of vails were attacked in Ranelagh Gar dans by an angry mob o Chambers How Horse itmay be distinguished from Toeef mutton by its It is coarser in the grain than In this re spertlt resembles bull beef more than any It isdarker in color and leloks more moist than It has a peculiar smell and a pejculiar sweetness of Its fla vor is generally considered to be half way between the flavors of beef and game it is something like the flavor of One reason why horse flesh is as a rule darker in color than beef is that horses which which have died from disease or old are not properly bled and dressed by the slaugh It by its fat that horse flesh is moat easily The fat of horse flesh is not generally mixed with the yellow in It looks more moist than tho fat of It sewn melts and soon becomes Conse unless a rapid sale is effected or the fat an advanced price must be charged in order to secure the butcher from loss on unsold horseflesh can be distinguished by its chemical and it is in this way that it may be recog when mixed with other Who can except the what are tho component parts of at poleny or saveloy Or who can tell by taste what those parts are We do not judge by taste we judge by and in the making of use Sam JSVellers the seasoning as doejs The Law liniiluutlng Special to The IOWA Juno commence ment exercises of the state university have drawn an unusually large crowd to the The usual final exercises of the various literary societies havo and today the graduating exercises of the law school was opened with an ad dress of Chancellor William Ham mond of the Louis Law Tho law class consisted of sixtythroe members of The prizes for these wero awarded as follows Frank Lathrop aud of Burlington West Liberty Myrtle Charles To Nichols in addition was awarded tho prize offered by an eastern publishing This afternoon the Alumni as sociation adopted a resolution providing for the appointment of i committee of five to organize an Alumni of the Those will appoint district and they in turn will ap point a man in each This is ex pected to thoroughly organize tho work in the The officers elected for tho ensuing year are Burlington Sioux City Miss Ensign Neal treas Iowa City executive Ilattie Kohinson Miss Mary Loring Guido Fort THE RIVER LAND JmlBe Sliiras UvclHioit Flleil at How It Will Klfcct Juno Shiras has every suspicious nook and The Duty on From the Boston what game was that you were playing when I looked in the parlor last night and was the kissing for that was the duty on the a beautiful A Bad sorry to that my grandmother is Is she going to be buried this afternoon sir if it doesnt For a diKBdered Hver try BeeebanTu Trade with South American manufacturers have been in the habit of forwarding to Columbia such goods as they thought the Columbians would and have then been surprised to find they made no Many of these goods were absolutely dead for the simple reason that the people had no ides of now loose them or could not apply What is the for ex of shipping a reaper to farmers that grow no wheat Some of the goods sent out could not be in a country of canoes and pack mules they could not be For the standard American white cotton is woven twentyseven inches This cannot be sold because with pack mules the or must not be more than twentytwo incnes otherwise it will gall the hips and shoul ders of the pniTnals American cotton arm beropetlon a nick with the bolts but such a tfack is very filed in tho United States court hero his decision in the cuso of tho United States the DCS Moinos River Navigation The trial of this case on tho issues and the evidence was begun before him at Dodge Juno John attorney general of and of Des appearing for tho and Ben ton of for the Naviga tion and Hatch of Dos for This bill was instituted by order of and the department of after tho defeat of the Des Moiries river land set tlors in tint supreme court of tho United tho thoory being that the settlers having no titlo had no standing in court to complain as while the gov having surrendered the title to or rathorto thu state of which then assigned could not be heard on tho question whether the con ditions of tho grants had not been disre garded and the The bill ailegfd that dofendants had not complied with the conditions of the and that the act of congress Ui confirming the company s was not applicable to lands then in possession of other Judge Shiras says the decisions of the supremo court of the United States this court can not relnvestlgate the question of title to lands held by the navigation company and by parties holding under If there is to be any modification of the rulings of the supremo court as to the effect of the act of such modification in view of the fact that the United states is com plainant in the present must be sought in the supreme court of the United this court considering itself precluded from an examination of the questions by the many rulings already made by the supreme The bill of the complaint is therefore It is held that strong equities exist In favor of the actual settlers on the lands which entitle them to consideration at the hands of but that any re lief to be had must be sought through legislative the court being power less under the FROM Preparing to Celebrate the i lor law Peraonitl anil Sprelnl to The Juno mat ters in our little city are nearly on a Every one is preparing to have a big time July A barbe good a lino display of fire works in tho evening and miner amuse ments we understand is to bo the gen eral program of the A great and glorious time is Mad dogs seem to bo tho general sub ject of conversation on the street Several have beon seen In the vicinity and oiio t is reported that sev eral dogs have been Our citizens should see that all dogs in tho town are either killed or as too mack caution cannot be used in guarding against street niado i decided improvement on our Our citizens havu building Schrolls a poor old widow lady a house by subscription and wo understand it is nearly com An excursion train consist ing of six coaches and a baggage and starting from destined to passed hero Sunday A number of our went licorgo Holbert was 0110 but he did not return with the Looks of visited the city Swift and Smith were in Ceng tcrville Tomlin of the Hay Stacker Manu facturing company of Madison spent Sunday in tho the guest of Mooro and Gurrctt visited Coiitorvillo Sallio Floyd and ot are visiting the family off J The Sunday school picnic near Sunday was decided at le we thought as we found plenty George Singlcy has been unable cat anything As far as we learned hi is tho only ono of the that Ho will A Dtnnken Man Sptclnl to Tho June remains of alias Claren and a whisky package found strewn along tho Illinois track after tho four oclock passeng had passed this The body literally ground to pieces and strewn I distance of sevtnil The dece came here from Dodge last Jann and worked as a He as a single but a letter found c tho body proved that ho nas a wife I Jackson HAWKBYI THBOWX Fsost A Har of Council was thrown from his horse Sunday evening and fatally TOOK A FATAL of Des took a probably fatal of aconite this He is an old and As ATTOBSEY Mor a wellknown attorney has apt to get and the or charges more for the trouble he pat Xaturally the merchants in the interior cf the country purchase English or German woven tof brtyfbnr and frMfryr to twentytwo Balch in the famous Hanoverian slew wild boars by the him ran away from a table upon which there was a roasted or faint ed if ncable to beat a hasty retreat whose novels are so JJSriJTrSJJ i4 Waii She is handsome woman b her portraits represent her supreme There has been a tide in the affairs of many a young lady which rolled by and Will Secure Indemnity to DES decision of Judge Shifts in the Des Moines river land case has been received here by At torney General The attorney after carefully reading the de says that while it is technically in favor of the defendants it will no doubt result in securing indemnity to the set to be applied in in the purchase of their Judge Shiras recommends that some such action be now taken by The attorney generals show ing was that the features of this case had never before been presented to the court and that the former decisions were not On this point Judge Shiras holds that while there is much foundation for this yet he is precluded from giving a construction to those acts other or different from that announced by the Hotter for Burlington Special to The DKS Juno of the Burlington Cedar Rapids Northern railroad company which been dodging tho commissioners the past fow was approved the railroad commissioners this mornli formerly there was a discriminate against the Burlington in favow where goods could bo ship from the latter point to Iowa lower ratos than from new schedule Burlingtonra6 below those of A Fatal Runaway Special to The June lagher was violently thrown out wagon in a runaway yesterday after and probably fatally Her was broken and sho was otherwise t Hatch June crats of the First Missouri coni district met at Kahoka today nominated Vitns i ness and hysteria are soon cured fcjgj Miles Free samples at Wittes drug Fortyfour ladles are pursuing evangelistic course of study for 189 Demorest medal contests are held all over the country with Over 600 women inthe northerat of Norway signed the Worlds Saloonkeepers and bartenderai allowed to become members of pendent Order of Forresters in A union ofcolored no fifteen was organized June by Mfi The interstate show that nearly twothirds of roads prohibit the use of Intr their The friends of soclal purity fttj are again forced to light f1 legislation of vice in Norman any modification of these rulings is to be made it can only be made by the supreme to the equitiesof the Judge Shiras says the obligation resting upon the United States is not a matter of senti ment based solely upon sympathy for the Many of these have paid the United for the lands held by them and hold issued DT the It now appears that the granted and the title to held to waste The wrong wameiOeA bf the British society for the study oti states that while drinking ished among it has creased among oThe judiciary committee of gave a majority report favorinttl tion providing for amendment giving women now in Afrfc roundtheworld writi fearful effects of rum thafel one liquors to the amoff worth were where part of the It is stated that women are openly try for immoral purpo from to are found in of their tfgate tbe matter   

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