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   Burlington Hawk-Eye (Newspaper) - June 24, 1890, Burlington, Iowa                                ESTABLISHED v i SBC i x SENATE PENSION TAIL insisted upon a disagreement to tie sen ate amendments Conference Report on the Depend ent Pension Bill Agreed hePortUcatlon BOOH Semion The Mew Teat Oath BUlCon Cry for Wmiuinirton June the senate Allison was excused from service on the select committee to examine Into admin istration service of the senate and Plumb was appointed in his The house bill for the relief of settlers on the Northern Pacific railroad Indemnity lands was reported and placed on the Ingalls offered a resolution and it was agreed to instructing the committee on privileges and elections to inquire as to the date when the salaries of senators from Washington and North and South Dakota The senate then resumed consideration of the Agricultural College Aid and Morrill offered a substitute from the various amendinentf pending Saturday as to the division of fuud between colored and white schools of the Pugli expressed his approval of Merrills amendment and withdrew one offered by After some debate Merrills amendment was adopted and the bill then The conference report on the depend ent pension bill was taken up and ISerry spoki against Tin practical effect of it would Berry to put ninety per cent of union soldiers on the pension It was really a service pension Under the operation of the pending measure lie annual pension roll would be and the cry would still be for and yet no northern senators or representativs dared to stand up in opposition to a pension The northern democrat and northern republicans contended with each other as In which would go farthest these If any southern senator or representative dared oppose i pension bill he was told on one side that lie would injure the party and on the other he was denounced as a traitor who had no right to announce any opinion on the subject of iorman was also opposed to the conference The expenditures under the bill aggregates and this added to under the existing law would leave the treasury bankrupt in rhairniiiii of the said llerry hud been a consistent oppon ent to pension legislation for the benefit of union and what he said to day was on a direct line with what he said on other Davis denied the correctness of ioniums figures and said the apendi tnres under tin bill would lie about forty million lie denied that the bill was a service pension bill and as serted it was n bisahility pure and iorman said if the bill became a law there would be a deficit of MMl in even if il did not be come a there would be a deficit of He called attention to what the republican leader greatest leader that the had had in his day and said as to the extravagance of and and unwise legislation in mailers of Me complimented Davis for the courage with which he had stemmed the tide of demagogues and Halm agents and prevented the reporting of a bill that would have cost Olio a Ingalls advocated the conference This was an obligation just as sacred as that under which the soldiers were and yet the senate was asked to postpone to higgle and haggle about For himself be was in favor of the removal of the limitation in the act granting arrears of He did not care whether it cost or a Vest spoke of the monstrous abuses that had grown up under the pension system and declared a belief that the pending bill was being pressed for per sonil anil political He asserted the pension list was unduly swollen in Indiana because il was a pivotal and its vote was necessary to elect the and Inprophesied the people of the r niicd States would revolt against the pension spslcm and its Turpie said he had not heard of any charge in Indiana against the admin istration pension and he was not prepared m say political bias had any thing to dn with the grant ing or refusing of 1 lavvley expressed a hope that the soldiers would get the idea from what had been said that the senate was favorable to the payment of arrears in or lo the equalisation of boun or the payment of the difference be tween paper money and lie thought altogether loo much was said about what i he nation owed the The prominent feeling in every state was that the needy soldier should not suffer but that nothing should be wasted on the man who did not need a pension for his The true soidier did mil want money they wanted their suffering comrades aided and they wanted the glory of hav ing fought for their country without re spect 10 money Finally the discussion closed and a vote was The conference reported was agreed nays A conference was ordered on the forti fication bill and 1himb and Gar nian were appointed coufcrroes on the part of the After an executive session the senate i June special election to choose a successor lo fill John Carlisles uneiplred term in was held Saturday in the sixth Kentucky The returns indicate the elec tion of Worth the democratic by ammonia Hanfaetaran June A combination practically taking in all producers has been formed among the manufacturers of ammonia and in consequence the price has been advanced from to 8 cents per A HorticuHurUt June Barry died today aged Barry has written a number of books on tree rais the most valuable peing the cata logue of the American Pomological so which is the accepted guide of the American fruit and is regarded as a standard authority throughout the CROCKER MAKES The Tammany Chieftain Contra dicts MeCanns That Major Grant Gave Little Daughter Flouie Irtiu at NEW June Fassett senate committee held a special session here to take the testimony of Richard the Tammany Hall There was a large crowd pres entPatrick McCann and his who PRICE 15 CEHTS PER Father and Two Soni June Evening Wixconxln special from Black River Falls says James Hamilton and his two sons were drowned at North Bend late Satur day night while crossing the lake on saw BLUFf PARK IOWA Changes Made in Iowa for tlir WVok Kndlne Special to TIP J uue following postofliie changes were made in Iowa uuring the wook ending Juno 1890 Jefferson coun Postmasters Ben ton Clarence Jennings Hamilton Maskestad Delaware Anna The Senate Committee on June a meeting of the senate committee on territories today it was determinsd to report CullomV bill providing for a now test oath in in the place of the oneIn the EdmundsTucker with recom mendation that it be iudefinatoly post In its stead the committee will adopt the bill recently reported to the senate to insure purity of elections in to cover the necessities of the case in Utah and recommended that for That bill containg an oath similar to the Idaho test oath which has boon sustained by the supreme court and which not so sweeping and severe in Its provisions as the oath proposed in the Cullom Con June following Iowa postmasters have neon confirmed of of Grinuoll of June speaker announced the appointment of Butterworth and Sayers as ferees on the fortification The frame went Into committee of tiie whole on without ttnal motion on the VOL on the A Synopsis of the of the Summer for a Successful The summer meetings at Bluff arranfed for the season of commence July IGth and close August und the program contains some very interesting combining re creation and instruction in well propor tioned A short synopsis of each days doings will be read with interest by those who contemplate passing a portion of the heated term at this popular summer re Jijly is the opening day and will be spent in general prepar The following is Missionary when will have charge of interesting exercises by the Womens Foreign and Home Misssonary also the general Missionary So The mli will be known as Temper ance the exercises being under the direction of The will take part in the program arranged for the and several emi nent speakers have been secured to make addresses on temperance the will a day of rest or recreation with a sermon at the tabernacle at eight oclock in the even The being Sunday the day will be given up to devotional exercises with two morning an afternoon song service and evening The special attraction for the next day is a pronouncing conducted by Miss llattie of Three prizes will be awarded those adjudged most The Sunday School Assembly will mo nopolize the L2d with an interesting pro gram of devotional lectures and discussions on Sunday school On the the exercises will be of a similar The after services in the morning and a lecture in the after there will be a declamation con test at eight oclock in the evening un der the direction of of this Three valuable prizes are offered to the most successful This is expected to be one of the most entertaining features of the as already the names of intending competi tors have been sent in from llis Keokuk and professionals being the is Chatauqua Cide the usual services being held in the At in the afternoon the Recognition Day exercises of the begin and conclude in the evening with a grand tire Sunday aud Monday there will be tinusual order of after noon and evening exercises of a varied song service and the the Young People of the United Presbyterian church have their turn and a day of great pleasure is An excellent program of music and addresses lias been Professor this will make one of the The is Epworth League day and the exercises will bo of general Field is July when an out door program will be carried out consisting of a tennis tug of war and other athletic In the evening a lino literary program will be The and Old Soldiers have a day set apart for them and the date is Friday August All old soldiers and members of the will be ad mitted froe on that day and no pains spared to make thorn have a good time and a happy The department of Illinois and Missouri will be present and others will make It is hoped to secure the presence of General and other eminent On Monday August there will be an Old Fashioned Spelling match con ducted by of The words will be pronounced from Websters Old Blue Back and two prizes will fajl to the lot of the best a third being awarded to the From August to Mon Aught will be held the Tri SUite Camp conducted by of of and of aided by many other It is hoped to do great revival work during the week thus set 12th will be a day of Rest and During the morn ing Miss Anna of DCS will render a program of im with the talks on physical with illustrations and Greek Music Day is August in charge of The Stoeckcl of will render the greater pan of the assisted by several fine musi cians and among the latter a precocious prima donna of three Miss Silvia will be day is set for the Ferguson of will have charge and a delightful program will be carried Professor Hans Albert will rendering several violin selections in his masterful way There will also be a military display con sisting of drills by both the ladies and gentlemen companies of the Iowa Wes leyan Oratory and music will be other August is Teachers1 Day when it is hoped to have the atten dance and cooperation of the teachers from surrounding Interesting events in the days program will be ad in the morning by Henry superintendent of public in struction of and In the afternon by Hon of the Keokuk Gate The addresses will be followed by papers on special discussions and exhibition of school Sunday there will be four devotional services and Monday the 18th the Sum Bier meeting of tie season of 1890 will lLWittes blnei cured by free at is the sister of were in the Croker did not betray much evidence of illness but looked mnch He was at once called to the He said he had come from contrary to the advise of his in order to refute the charges made by Lawyer Choate read that part of Mc Canns testimony about the money which he said Crocker had in a satchel to bribe the aldermen to get a confirmation by them of Grants appointment by Mayor Edson for commission er of public Croker said it was absolutely untrue in all par He had gone to MeCanns store about that time but had carried a nor any large sum of No such sum had been raised for such nor any nor has Mayor Grant raised for such pur He said he had visited McCanns about the time referred to and asked McCann if he had heard anything about the rumor that had been raised to keep Hubert Thompson in the office of commissioner of public Mc Cann thought that Tom wno was intimate with Alderman might know something about He had met Adams in McCanns store by appoint ment but Adams said he knew nothing of the They had no other Tammany Hall was doing all it could at the time to fight against the reappointment of Hubert and he desired to defeat any efforts made by Thompson to arrange for It was also untrue that the witness was to get ten cents on every barrel of cement used by the department of public works provided Grant got the He remembered Grant had stood as Godfather for his daughter Flossie and had given her on two occasions in bills as It was not given by reason of any prior understand ing with Mayor The money had been invested in in the house for the benefit of the During the crossexamination by Lawyer a document was shown the witness with one signature cut Croker admitted that his signature was attached to It was an agreement signed by a number of aldermen including who swore they would not as aldermen vote to con firm any or pass any bill of moment without consulting Henry Thomas Michael McClane and Croker said he did not know whoso signature had been cut but presumed it was the name of a man who had possession of it before Ivins snt Croker admitted that Florence the murdered brotherof John was a member of that board of An objection was made to this line of questioning by Lawyer Choate and Ivius made those astonishing statements I want to show that the fag ends of politics in Tweeds time now rule our I will show that John brother of is now a member Tammany Hall and one of its money I will show that James Barker was also a member of that board and was closely connected with Crokor and Tammany until recently convicted of I want to show where part of the money raised A recess was then taken at this After recess Ivins took up once more Mayor Grants presents to Flossie The first Croker testifies was pre sented in the early part of Did the present create any surprise on your part of I recognized the fact that Grant was doing a very generous Croker took the envelope con taining money from Flossie and put it in the Did you buy that it was for mo by Croker said hidid not invest the money right away because ho owned some property which he was trying to and he wanted to add this money to that he already had before buying any more Senator McXaughtou said the commit tee had no business in inquiring into Crokers trusteeship of the money given by Grant to Flossie At this reply to the Tammanites applauded Croker declared that no tax was levied on any officeholder for election The in various dis wore very Croker did not know what contributions had been made by Judge Mayor Mayor Howctt and other Crokor was put upon the She denied she told McCann that Croker had goue to Europe and loft her unpro vided That she had ever said Mayor Grant gave Flossie or that she ever sat up all night to guard which had been raised to secure Grant the appointment as commissioner of pub lic She said she put the given little Flossie by Mayor into the and it remained there until the property was on North street and the weli come due the first boy in the 1 t Pbelps made his journey from Babyland in company with a i sweet little miss who came on the same day to the home of and McFarland on Dill South and 636 Fos ter are rejoicing over the arrival of a pound daughter who came dur ing sermon time Sunday morning and henceAecording to will be very rhrsieiaai jfdam a Pioneer Special to The June Adam a pioneer pioneer physician of this died late Saturday night after a lingering Spitler was the owner of Spitlers opera He was always very consientous concerning the class of entertainments given in his house and after a female minstrel troifpe had gave an exhibition in the opera house under a leased management Spitler upon the urgent request of a number of church closed the opera house He was an excellent citizen anda jood The funeral will be held Tuesday morn ILLINOIS HAD TO Salisbury Forced to Make Conces sions to His Danger of a Break In the Gladstone and Irish Britain and the Triple Daring the panic caused by the presidents death General Marrow and several officers were killed at the bar General Carlos leader of the fa now in and all is quiet at June demoralization of the tory party receives a further and most emphatic illustration today in the announcement that the compensation clause of the licensing bill is to be aban This was decided on at a cabi net council Saturday and means praeti calty the dropping of the bill for the Coming so soon after Smiths announcement of the ministers surren der to Gladstone on the question of the new it fills the liberals with strong hopes of the speedy breakdown of the toryunionist In this they are probably for the backdown of the government placates many of its own dissatisfied followers and thereby re moves the immediate danger of a Then the opposition is hampered by a bitter quarrel between the radicals and theParnellites over the bad tactics of the latter Friday last which enabled the government to escape The have their hands full with a quarrel The State Will Convene at Springfield June reptrblpjswilh Archbishop can state convention meets tomorrow I was urged to attack them by the mallg The principal contest is for the nominanant misrepresentations of a false friend lion for state the leading can didates being Franze of and Cicero county judge of Boone county and president of the Farm ersMutual Benefit The state central committee met tonight and selected the following temporary officers Horace of Coles county Graeme of Chicago assistant Ed of and John qf OIney Hillman of The judicial conventions will meet immediately after the adjourn ment of the state Tobacco Girls JKUSEY June hundred girls employed at the Lorillard tobacco factory struck this morning for an increase in Three thousand hands are employed in the factory and the strike may OUB WASHINGTON A TUGBOAT BLOWN DP The Cook and a Deck hand NEW June tugboat Alice owned by Thomos of this was blown to pieces at her dock in Brooklyn by the explosion of her boiler early this The boat is a complete Asleep on the tug at the time were Captain George the and a deckhand whose name is not They were killed The fireman is supposed to be killed also for he is A ballast scow which was lying along side the tug had her side torn out and went to the It is supposed that the watch man on whose name is not went down with LABOR Split in the National Order of Railway NEW June has been a split in the National Order of Railway Conductors on the strike and the seceders have held a meeting and or ganized an opposition The liquor Men and the MEW June a mass meeting of the wholesale liquor dealers association resolutions were adopted calling on the Distillers and Cattle Geeders company to waive the rebate condition of its sales and allow the purchase of spirits in open market like any other In case of the refusal a cooperation stock company will be at once formed with a capital stock of at least for the purpose of Direction or purchasing one or more spirits IB tfce Sick or Early estimates of Burlingtons popu lation are being revised owing to the large increase from unexpected Nearly every day the attention of the census enumerators is called to new ar rivals and they are respectfnlry requested to make note the y to The Western association and the North western merged into one last have combined to accomplish considerable legislation for the land be yond the with a gradually waning New Eng land and the middle states have domi nated The growth of the great and the admission of four new states as a consequence of that has changed the spirit of the dreams of the consequential fellows who have been accustomed to carrying con gressional affairs around in their Inside of two more the men who now occupy subordinate places in the senate will step into leadership and com mence to assume responsibilities which they are obliged to submit to older sen on account of senatorial cour for the the It is a mat ter of personal that the business the representatives of the hustling portion of our are chafing under their collars in the and the day will soon arrive when sen atorial courtesy will get punished with a forensic blow nnder the fifth inter costal and be knocked cicar over the ExGovernor of has accepted a chief clerkship in the treasury Ho says that he will only remain fora few months in that as he has business interests which will require his return to Iowa in the An experience of several de in this wicked city makes me doubt if the ex governor ever gets away from here unless it be in a Tho town is honeycombed with aud who only come here for the a few but they never get The city is more beau tiful than any other in and is eclipsed in Europe only by It is growing and money cannot be as safely invested anywhere in real I dont blame the exgen tleuieu for staying The old story coming only for a few howev merely amuses me that is the story I told George when he was secretary of and 1 oauio to him seeking and getting an of My friend Walden thinks he will leave here by next he lie will live hero several grow old and aud I will attend the funeral and put flowers on his History repeats itself in this city very It is strange that the Indians in Mon tana or elsewhere should continue to make outbreaks against federal author said Secretary concerning the recent uprising of Their head men have been have seen our immense inexhautible re sources and military and I would think it would overawe them and keep them from committing such So far as those older Indians are con said General your estimate of them is But there are a great many young Indians who are ambitious and want to make names for just as white men seek evanescent There is no field open for save in the line followed by their whose deeds of daring they have heard recited in song and from childhood to They will listen to no no advice and there are plenty of foolish young bucks to become their Be when the old chiefs go back to the reservations and tell them of the white mans power and the younger braves say those old chiefs have betn Nothing but a show of power to each generation will keep down the wili ambition of the Indian to emulate the ex ample of savage The excursion boats on the Potomac carry about five thousand people daily down to Marshall Mount River View and other cool summer re sorts during the hot It only costs from fifteen to twentyfive cents for the round and thus the womer and children escape the heat of the citj without going to the To Dispel Headaches and to cleanse 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 ttncolBs June census visor announced that Lincoln has This does not include four man ufacturing and educational suburbs thai it is estimated will swell the total to H who is anxious to destroy The ministry cannot fail to profit by these in ternal feuds of The AngloGerman agreement about Africa is still the allabsorbing topic of discussion in in Paris in every capital of It is universally conceeded as the practical entrance of England into the combina tion called the triple which in cludes Austria and Al though no mention is made of the agree ment of the eventuality of a European there can be no doubt that it in insures Englands sympathy and moral if no to In Germany the cession of Heligoland nat urally outweighsall other and military and naval who rec ognizes the islands strategic are especially Deloncles question in the French chamber Saturday elicited an answer from the foreign which shows that France will offer strenuous resistence to the acquisition of Zanzibar by The terms of the Berlin treaty and a for mal guarantee given to France by Eng land in 1S82 place a weapon in French hands which will be freely used unless England shows a disposition to meet France half way in This is the sore point for A special meeting of the cabinet will be held some day this week to consider what action should be taken on behalf of the government in regard to the motion submitted by Charles Howard the member for declaring thaf the proposed American tariff will inflict great injury on the trade of as well as on the business of the entire country and urging the house to con sider whether a free market ought to any longer be given to the competing products of a foreign state which places a prohibitory tariff upon British Vincent is himself a member of the tory and a count of noses on Fri day developed the fact that fully thirty of the governments warmest support ers arei n full sympathy with Pub lic feeling throughout the more is very strong on the question and it is doubtful if the government will be able to allay the indignation of its sup porters with a milk and water Vincent says that he intends to press the matter and that if the reply itnot satis factory ho will introduce a retaliatory GENERAL FOREIGN BIATH OF The ExSecretary of War and Eminent Jurist Away at June exSecretary of war and an eminent died at the home of his stomach and in addition to this he had a soninlaw in this city at The cause of death was tumor of the malignant bowl trouble which rapidly weakened Judge McCrary was born in With his in he went to that part of Wiscon sin territory which afterwards became the state of and began the prac tice of law in Keokuk in He soon took high In 1357 he was a mem ber of the and from 1S6 to 1SC5 he was state senator from and chairman of the committee on mili tary In 136S he was elected to and served in congress until In 1S76 Judge McCreary introduced in congress the electoral com mission which resulted in the choice of tntherford Hays as When president Hays formed his cabinet McCrary was given the war which he held two He resigned to accept the judgphip of the United States to which he was appointed In resigned his judgship and removed from Keokuk to Kansas where he be came general cqusulting attorney for the Topem Santa Fe railroad a posftion he held at the time of his He was the author of several standord legal The interment will be at AMONG THE SHOT BY A A Tragedy Resulting from the Pro hibition Problem at Des A tnion Pacific Railroad Official Pockets June gcneal attor ney of the Union Pacific railway has filed a petition in the United States cir cuit court instituting suit against general purchasing aseut of the road for that being the sum hpjs charged with having stolen during his official This money it is obtained by McKibben throvuh fraudulent purchases of lumber from Barnes of Attach ments were this morning issued in Oma ha on deposits of in the banks McKibben left for the east last week and is supposed now to be some where on the road between Chicago and The beginning of the suit created a sensation Frank a Searcher for Shoota Terry Chambers Probably Sioux City Young Ladys Special to The DES June the notorious leader of Polk county shot Terry the keeper of a chop this The victim is lying very low from the effects of the There was great ex citement over the affair and talk of lynching was freely indulged but quiet will doubtless be Pierce has not been an officer for some but was recently appointed constable for Valley The board of supervisors refused to approve his bond and he appealed to the district where Judge Bishop held the board had no discretionary The board has however not been in session and there is doubt as to Pierces right to assume official Pierce claims he had to search the place for liquor which is sold up stairs and en deavored to do so in the but was He went out on the street and was watching the when he claims he saw a man go np stairs for whom he had an old He en deavored to follow but Chambers tried to prevent him and called to his assis tance the man up It seems sever al blows were and that one of the parties had a Pierce hit ting Chambers and followed the other party into an adjoining room used as a and tired without effect at He claims it was done in selfde and while acting as an officer in discharge of his Chambers is very especial among the and should he die from the effects of the wound trouble may be Pierce is at home and takes matters very arming therefrom durable bat the girls found and tick to be saturated witfcl They made haste to tell tha Mtkoi but when they arrived at bundle had been taken awayt Attorney of thinks there is something He does not believe the thrown there by the bitJM had been placed there recently the anthorUiesoff the ttlsaatoir ishing that the Hamilton have not paid more attention to thischiev It is not certain that CaMell waft not murdered in Hancock county Mot near Hamiltonor Thencan be little doubt that desperate work to be ing dome to cover up the as is now leased Frank Dobbs from jail atCarUtagdg The Quincy commercial agent positive that Dobbs had a bundle bnggyon the night of May People are getting restless over the lack at pro gress in the They are inclined to think the murderers coutd be caugkfctt the proper efforts were made in the right It is said expert detec tives are at work on the case with au thority to spare no expense to ferret out the TRAIN BOBBERS Licensing Clauses in the Local Taxation Bill June the commons this government lead purpose of announced that the government had decided to withdraw the licensing clauses of the local taxation Shot Burstall aged formerly teacher in thehigl shot himself dead last j No table should be without a bottle of An worH Appef tiaerof exquisite Beware of caamten Cant Be Be Jnne L party is stifl working through the fan of date and may reach theopen 1 ing leading to coal at any is not much hope that the Fan can be ieached Election Riot in the pro gress of an election at a mob made an attack upon the voting but were repulsed by Three of the attacking party were killed and eight others TarifVMutters in June hav ing amended the tariff bill reducing the duty on lumber to SI per thousand board the dominion government will now remove the export duty on saw logs as soon as the United States tariff bill becomes a The Locust 1cst in June country is be ing devastated by Decomposed bodies of the pests fill the infect ing the water and rendering it unfit for A FrancoRussian June Zei tung confirms the report of the Franco Russian REVOLUTION IN Reliable Reports from the Scenes of SAX June ports which are absolutely have reached San Autonio of revolutionary movements going on in the states of Mexico bordering on the Rio and it seems the utmost folly for the however friendly to Mexico and the Diaz to longer suppress the This movement is not confined to any but is undoubtedly wide spread far as the border of the states is Constable of describes the threatening condition of the governmental affairs observed all along his route up the Eio Grande to He says at nearly every station and side track along the Mexican National railroad he saw crowds of men congregated and excitedly dis cussing the advisability of joining in the rebellion against the federal When he left Laredo this morning a courier had just arrived bearing infor mation of a band of fifty well ar ranged and who had crossed the Eio Grande from the Texas side enronte to some point in the interior of Neuvo where revolutionary forces are massing in large THE BRAZIL it Will ReMlBble that of the United Rio DE Jnne new constitution will be the fundamental law of the land only after the constitu ent assembly shall have approved Immediately after the decreeing of the constitution there will be an election for senators and of the former and two hundred of the Im mediately after their first regular session and the election of a presiding officer the provincial government win place in their hands the functions of the ment exercised by the latter sincathe inauguration of the The as sembly will at once select a new chiefof who will then proceed to organize the regular Then the assembly will revise the constitution and after ward promulgate it as June Menendez died suddenly last night soon after the conclusion of a banqnet given on the occasion of the anntversarr of the of General Menendez Into San defectof the Zaldivcf Great Excitement in Texarkuna Over the Confession of a Robbers June night the wounded train His wife then made a full state ment to the authorities that Brawley and assisted by her committed the robbery and that Ratcliffe was accidentally shot in the being mistaken for one of the All this has created trc mandous owing to the good standing of the robbers in the community When they were brought in for preliminary trial today they with drew the former plea of not guilty and waived They have been taken to for safe keep as lynching was feared WILL ENTER WEST Cat tlidates from the West Who Success fully Passed the WKST June ex aminationation of candidates for admis sion to the millitary academy has been concluded and the result was announced last There were 172 young fel lows in all who faced the awful academy board and only seventyeight success fully ran the Among those from the west are Walter Lova Frank David Thomas Gillespie Norman Lemuel Charles Fred erick Crain and Dana Willis of and Edward Percy of TO SAIL ACROSS NIAGARA Professor Campbells Airship to be Uiven a Trial Sunday Aftsr June weeks from yesterday Cambell will attempt to sail his airship across the falls of He will go although applicants have asked to be allowed to go with among them two Finishing touches have been put on his machine in the last three days and Wed nesday it will be taken to Humbcrstown for IN THE STORMS An Juilianauolift Railway Waiting House Torn to June new Failview at the termination of the recently finished railway was opened today under disastrous circum A cyclone struck the station house about four oclock and tore it all to It was filled with people at the time waiting for cars although none were in their frantic efforts to escape or by the flying debris one or two persons received probably fatal in Six were badly injured and two A colored girl fell on her back and an immense beam falling on her stomach burst it She is barely with no prospect of Killed by June Sunday school at Sugar Stark the Methodist church was struck by light ning and nearly Victor Miller was instantly killed and Louis a son of the Cornelius Smith was rendered unconscious and is in a critical Blown June a town of two hundred situated on the Union Pacific twenty miles north of was struck by a cyclone yesterday Nearly every house in the place was destroyed or badly No one was killed so far as Care to It is with the greatest confidence that Hoods Sarsaparilla is recommended for loss of appe sick headache and similar This medicine gently tones the assists and makes one Persons in delicate after taking Hoods Sarsaparilla a few find themselves longing for and eating the plainest food with unexpected RAILROAD AnExprcw Train Derailed and the En gineer Jnne locomo baggage ear and one passenger car of the southbound express train on the Philadelphiaand Beading railroad jumped the track this morning about five miles from this Lewis en and his fire was probably fatally Sev reral other trainmen were injured bat no passengers were Chicago Mam Killed m m June Atlan tic express doing east was derailed near here this afternoon and two cars went down a thirtyfoot of was instantly and seven or eight others severely but noie The came of the accident has not yet been definitely WILL RUN HIM Large Original Package 1 FOUT June Fort Dodge man of blind pig open violation of the prohibition law made his name famous all over the is now engaged in the original business in a wholesale way in this He acting as distributing agent for i brewing company of said to be doing the largest businessof the kind in A few months ago he was compelled to stop handling liquors contrary to When the trafflV was legalized by the original package de cision he started in again in in open and He does no retail and keeps strictly within the let ter of the His wagons are sent all over the city at all times of the Adjudged Special to The LA June Schroe a well known German has been adjudged insane and taken to Jack sonville for An ITufortunate Sioux City Suitor Who Will Find Himself in the Luws Sioux June a who formerly boarded at the residence of and who was ordered to leave on account of his offen sive attentions to her daughter has persisted in annoying When the young lady retired to her room Friday a whom she recognized as sprang upon her with a revolver and beat her over the head and Her screams frightened him The officers have sought in vain for The young lady has since received a letter from Dewey threatening violence and scandal if the prosecution is not A warrant is out for his WEDDED IN HIGH A Moinex County Lud Weds of High Ilenryg Fair Special to The HawkEyeJ NEW June very quiet marriage took place last evening at the parsonage At one oclock Ross united in matrimony uldie of to of The bride was for several years teacher of the Lowell city school and proved her self an able lieing possessed of talent and beouty she has always been an acknowledged leader in the social cir and will bo greatly missed among the young She is a graduate of Howes academy at Pleasant and has a large acquaintance there as well as in this The groom is a prominent farmer of Des Moines well and favorably known in his own and adjoining Immediately after the ceremony the young people departed for the beautiful home which had been where the wedding supper awaited their arrival and where they will be at home to their many We join in wishing and Bishop a long and lovely voyage on the sea of married May no shadow ever cross the sky of the bright future which seems in store for Miss Estelle of your was maid of honor and of was DEMOCRATIC STATE The Central Committee Fix Upon AugtiHt art the DES Juno democra tic state central committee met at the Savery Friday and agreed upon August B as the date for the next state to be held at Cedar as previously Tho ratio of representation agreed upon is two for each county and one additional delegate for each 225 votes or fraction thereof over cast for Horace Boies for The commit tee further recommends that committee both township and be selected at the time of the caucuses and and every part of the party machinery put in readiness as soon as The Morrill These wellknown musicians and elocu tionists gave a pleasing entertainment at the First church last evening to a good sized audience undeterred by the oppressive The twins are interesting from their exact similitude in form and feat manners and Their musical numbers disclosed rich pleasing voices and the recitations showed great ability and To It you will send In your we will mall you our illustrated explaining alt iibout Dyes Celebrated ElectroVoltaic licit and and their charming ef fects upon the nervous debilitated and how they will quickly restore you to vigor and Pamphlet It you are thus wo will send you a Belt and Ap plhinces on a VOLTAIC BELT Mich A 1oor Way to Persuade the From the Washington But there will never be a press censor ship established in this country by the man who gets mad and stops his of a COUNCIL June severe storm occurred here last Lightning sttuck a standing in her yard on Vine street and fatally injured Watermans carriage fac tory was badly shattered by The residence of Robert near seven miles from was wrecked by a huge cottonwood tree fall ing on The tree was blown The six in but miraculously The rainfall was very Heiuliichc from Influenza or instantly cured by Hoffman1 Harmless Hcad iiche At Ferdinand of has presented to Historical Society of Pennsylvania acollection of au tograph letters and reliquary The collection embraces letters of revo lutionary interest and the signatures of distinguished men and women of the last hundred Platts Chlorlileit an DlHiiiTeetwil for the sick room Is IriiKMs Bismarck possesses over a hun dred some of them very val a diamond star given him by the late Czar of Russia when the Ger man statesman was made a member of the order of is worth HAWKSYB Hamilton County WEBSTER June ex treme heat of the last few days brought on a tremendous rain storm Saturday which lasted about fourteen The small streams were full to Boone river has not been higher for Jfo damage from lightning re ported yet this There have been twentyfive cattle and three horses killed by lightning through this up to the 18th covered by insur ance in most A Dam Swept Special to The HawkEyeJ STEAMBOAT June large dam in Iowa River here was swept away Saturday The river is very high and raging A large dam which was swept away will necessitate the closing of Lothropes large floor ing which employs a large number of The mammoth dam at five miles below is in a condition and is expected to go ont at any THE COBD1LL A Sensational Find Sear to The HawkEyeJ Jane import ant and rather startling find was made in the eastern suburbs of this city a few days ago by a Cox and his wife who were out Cox saw a bundle lying fat a fence corner and got oat of the buggjr to examine it A terrible stench emlnated from the handle which proved to be a bed qaUt and a bed tick wrapped in an old fearing the bundle contained a dead did not open and himself and wife returned to Hamilton saying nothing to the aathoritfes about the Neither of then people had heard of the Cordelt 7Saturdar two young ladies of ventured ont to opened It NOT SATIEFIED Wrnr THE Tho Dnbuqne city council and board of trade are not satisfied with the govern ment census canvass of that and will employ sixty enumerators to make a special BY of attempted to take a calf away from its mother the other when the becoming made a rush at striking him in the thigh with one of her making a dangerous FOUND a farm hand employed near was found by the roadside Thursday in an insensible He had evidently been set upon by but is unable to tell what happened to fie had the appearance of being pounded with brass UK Council fluffs motorneer named rowler has a a mania for running down and killing He killed two valuable pups be longing to a prominent citizen the other day and suit will be commenced against the company for THE STATE Gen Schofield and the secretary of war have granted the request of the governor fora battalion of four companies to encamp with the national guard this sum The commanding general of the department of the Platte will have charge of the STATE MEET OK state meet of the Iowa division league of American wheelmen will meet at Spen cer July There will be speed con tests of much parade and a ban quet in the On the 19th the wheelmen will proceed to Spirit The Iowa branch of the league about six thousand IOWA tJFAfTKY of j the surviving members of the Iowa infantry have commenced prellmlnA ary arrangements for their eighth annnafc which will be held at Fort Mad At a recent meeting of the local committee the time for the reunion but it has since been learned that t dates would conflict with other and for that reason the wilt be nonnced RED OAKS COPKT Botat J will ociate at the laying of the atone of the new court house at BedH on July The building wilt be and the i prepering to celebrate the event Otti evtensive The exercises wifft nnder the auspices of the masonic f and Judge Granger of supreme court will deliver thei NEW COAL MrxEs projected new coal mines at Lehig and Webster on wi several thousand dollars were spent peeling last have been a andnot a mine of any bewdrked this although coal may open some of then in time to catch the winter A Ctrjaors CASK or Guowrjii sawing i hard wood toe the Fort Madison Chair employes a saw bang into i harness buckle imbedded in aud also narrowly missed buckles and iron that at least thirty years j tree required to sot the   

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