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Burlington Hawk-Eye (Newspaper) - June 27, 1890, Burlington, Iowa ESTABLISHED FOR HONES FRIDAY JUNE Debate on the National Election Bill Commenced in the OoncreMiinan Lodge EloqiuniUrPolnUOiit the Neeeultr for Bach KeMare OthergpeeehmTkeBaiato WMhlnctan June upon motion of of Minne passed the bill with the senates amendments authorizing the construction of a bridge across the Mississippi river at The house bill was passed granting fifteen days leave to clerks in first and secondclass The regular order being of began the debate upon the national election He proceeded to sketeh the bill in out line and said the acts which it was pro posed to extend had been called into existence by gigantic frauds in the city of New York prior to 1870 and There were other cities and districts Whore the law was side had criticized frauds committed in northern He would put a secret official ballot in every election district bocaused lie believed that was the onlj way to stop the use of money in If the belief that such thing as a fair election in the south was unknown then it was high time the United States should put a stop to evil if It had to exorcise every power the constitution put Into its No intelligent and fair minded man would deny there had been frauds in the Where wrong doing occurred in the north it was where one party sought to ahead of the other by vulgar As to the It was largely a question of The negro problem was one of the gravest before the American It was one In which all were concerned and were responsible whether living In the north or The bill had been called revolutionary the revolution was to be found in speeches which showed that constitutional representation did not Tne national government must extend to every the equal rights which of South ar gued tin hill was It was not hut There was no more iniquitous provision in the bill than one providing for the appoint ment of an iiiiijiimhered number of men absolutely under the direction of the He examined in detail the provisions relating to supervisors and said the whole bill seemed framed against the voters and in favor of the A good deal had been said about the new south but what tint country really needed was a new north that will lake tin view suggested by facts and not by preconcievod prejudices that Sous believe It has all the virtue and the rest of tlie country none that would not waste all its time in remedying the supposed abuse of distant places that would not thrink on AngloSaxon in the south was always In the wrong when they had any trouble with the What was the use of talking about a free ballot in Kansas when the state had been so gerry mandered that tin democrats of Kansas had never been represented on this of do you ex pect to a democrat here when there are nut four democratic counties in the does not matter how many democratic counties there a democrat luis never been represented If there were a fair representa tion on this floor the proportion would be 103 lf4 r prohi bitionists and When the re publicans of the north had takdn the beam out of their own eyes and fixed the laws so the peoples wish might he honestly when they practiced as they the southern demo crats would receive them with opci Under this which It proposed to the people of the south had been robbed sunnyears ago by picked villains of the north backed up by the United The south did not want be put in that position Hemphill know we must either rule that country or leave Now for the people of the United Suites and before in all I swear we will not leave 1 do not hesitate to say the colored man has as many rights as 1 but he cannot have his rights anil mine to and this law is Intended to put him again in control of the southern states intended to awaken that race prejudice which is fast dying out intended to bring about again that constant irrigation and clash be tween the two colors in the south which will retard its growth and bo destruc tive of the very principles of human llemphill was loti lly applauded by the democrats as he sat down and nearly all of them pressed forward to congratu late from the postoflice com reported senate amendments to the postoftic appropriation and the house nonconcurred in them The consideration of the election bill was then resumed and of addressed the house in favor of He said the number was not fow of those who believed that six years ago Cleveland was counted into the presidential chair by corrupt oflicinls at the polls in his own to say nothing of the suppres sion of the voles in all the south and the number was increasing every day of those who believed If that honestly ought it not to be the wish of every representative of the people to so conduct elections as to rnako the charge Impossible of belief in the future It was everywhere in northern circles be lieved that the black vote of the south ern states was suppressed and the fifteenth amendment Gates of Crisp of Lewis of and others took occasion at this point to state that the elections in theism districts wore per fectly V Rowel declared that in gome dis tricts of the south bodies of armed men wont from poll to poll and destroyed the ballot In others boxes wore stuffed and true ballots thrown in others military companies were organized to fire cannons morning and night to let the darkies know there is going to be a fair The cabins of negroes wore fired in and if that was not success ful and the negros turned out mili tary officers made the polls a target for target of asked for the names of the districts and Eowell named three in Mississippi and one in This brought McBao to his feet with a strong and soon Eowoll and Brecklnrldge wore talking at the same When quiet was restored Bowell finished ills and ILehlback spokejagainst the Such a lie would bring about a conflict of authority and a deplorable state of of spoke against the house reason in hie the passage of the pending bm would be exceedingly There was no authority for holding a constitutional Jones and he opposed the participa tion of the women in the vote on the He opposed the consti ntfonal provision for woman suffrage for holding real estate by and for compulsory In conclusion Jones declared himself in favor of pass ing an enabling act for all territories except and admitting them as states after they have complied with the provisions of the act and he moved as a substitute for the pending one for such an enabling act In the further course of his arguments Jones referred to the wives of Mormons in Wyoming and Idaho and said iu answer to Morgan that he did not know how many wives had to vote with Stewart replied to Jones and said it would be time enough to acton the cases of the other territories when they were before the They were not before it Eeagan opposed the He ar gued against the provision for woman the effect of which he to make men of and women of It was only latterly that the people had become wiser than their and wiser than all generations that proceeded At the close of Reagans speech an un derstanding was reached that the vote on the bill and amendment would begin at four oclock Edmunds wanted It understood it did not amount to an order of the sen There ought to be one body in the lie where there was free dom of The following bills were taken from the calendar and passed House bill to provide for a term of court at Illinois senate bill to aid the state of South Dakota to support a school of devoting fifty per cent of the money received from the sale of mineral not to exceed a nor to exceed the amount contributed by the Executive session HOPELESSLY IN Turkey Unable to Meet Russias De mand for War AutriaExpi to Use Army to Obtain Sattifac Argeatiae Repub lic oner and captured the Twenty three persons were The assaulted president died on the following day from heart aggravated by the excite General Guirola is at present di recting the different branches of govern mental THE GREAT Illinois Central Employes Tyring to Generaf order Get Oat of the THE WORLDS FAIR June importance is attached to Russias latest demand upon Turkey for war indemnity by the cabinets of especially in It should be that Russia has been as lenient as Turkey has been lax in the payments stipulated at the close of the RussoTurkish and that the arrears now amount to a sum that it is almost hopeless for Turkey to expect to The has virtually disregarded although he has not formally repudiated the and therefore the peremptory demand comes with a force all the more As Turkey cannot fulfill the Russia will have to take satisfaction in some other and the opinion at Vi enna is that the way chosen will be mili Meanwhile Austria is making strong militay preparations to uphold her influence in the Balkans in the event of a hostile movement on the part of Much anxiety prevails in financial cir cles over the condition of affairs in the Argentine where the central government is somewhat embarrassed by too free extension of credit to railway CiiiiiuiUHiaiiera Meet in Chicago and Com mence an June The worlds fair national commissioners began their first meeting at noon Judge John of was chosen tempor ary chairman and made a brief reviewing the historical significance of the work Iu at the Palmer one of the uiost notable banquets given in Chi cago for a long time was attended by three hundred and fifty prominent gen including the one hundred and six worlds fair After the speeches the role of the one hundred and six persons who make up the whole commission was A few state commissioners were All the commissioners at large were present except Henry of who telegraphed that lie had missed a resolution by of that a committee of twelve 011 permanent organization be appointed to recommend to the commission names of created a warm It was finally amended to the effect that the committee shall morely point out the offices and the duties of those who shall fill with out recommending the nomination of any John IJoyd of New stated the New York commissioners had been re quested by Chaunccy Depew to say his name sould not be used in connection with the presidency of the Colonel was made temporary Chairman Harris then announced the committee on permanent organization as follows McKenzie of New Ewing of McDonald of Hmalley of Oochrau of Wldener of Goodell of Kresten of New Martin ople of Harrison of and Keojih of North The meeting then adjourned until tomor THE HEATED Various llrutliK Reported from the KlVertu of Over June attend ing the Murphy reception on Saturday night news came that Tuttle had been found dead in his A load of men with u doctor started at once and upon their ret urn corroborated the re stating that the cause of death was A Dwttli at June George wife of a residingoiio mile south of the was overcome by the ex cessive heal while in town this She died about three minutes balMlMi ma Mill Date June the senate the fcouae till for the admission of Wy oming M a state was taken and of He declared Umseir ta favor of ttead Midiof other tor trim xbeyfead Heat CmncH Ccimation of Spreial to The excessive beat yesterday caused nearly all out of door work iu Lyons and Fulton to be abandoned during the Two saw mills and a factory in the saw mill at and one of the largest have had to shut down the men being unable to withstand the It has been over one hundred degrees in the shade and is still intensely Two at Special to The June heat para lyzed business here Fifteen hun dred men in the shops and on street work have done Bernard Walters and Louis Hannenan have died from Todays record exceeded that of yesterday in tem and in fortyeight hours the wind has blown only nineteen Academy at Special to The 1 Juno sixteenth annual commencement exercises of Marys Academy were held this Two young ladies Miss Mollie Culkcn of Carthage and Miss Rose Beecher of There was an inter esting consisting of two society interspersed with music and Lieutenant Bachelor Made a General OUier June president today sent to the senate the following nominations Cockey collec tor of customs district of Oregon Lieutenant Richard deputy M be with the rank of brigadier Pacing Hone June National Association of Pacing Horse Breeders held its first annual meeting here with forty delegates in The object is to form a permanent organiza tion and keep an authentic register of pacing of was lected Change of monthly ir hot are cured by Miles Free samples at H Wittes drug store to Milwaukee via one farelor lOaoe July Stt to Kir IHpectaltoThelUwkByeJ Jane Bobert a pioneer was buried Among those present Hie funeral was McDflL stntio by free at and other corporations and by the lavish borrowing and expenditure of some of the state governments being in even worse It may interest the advocates of American commerce with South American to know that the country is represented as glutted with imported goods and stocked as to most articles for ten or twelve months The lory ministry has resolved to hold ou to This is the outcome of the hurried consultations which have fol lowed the adverse decision of Speaker The question of reorganization is postponed for the and the diffi culties that beset the government con A full caucus of the party was called and a personal letter from Lord Salisbury was sent to the nionist whips iiivitins the members of that wing of the coalition to It was intended to a desperate effort to merge the two sections of the majority which backs the government into at to give them the habit of holding joint It failed and the failure was the work of Joseph The fact that there is di vision of opinion among the liberal un ionists was demonstrated by Hartingtou and Chamberlain taking different sides on the AVhat is still more palling to the lories is the evidence supplied by the vote taken at the unionist meeting that not is the real leader of the The re fusal of Salisburys request is rightly re garded as a Members are What is Chamberlain going to do next Does he want to force his way into the or is lie preparing to dcsort Probably the answer will be given after the election at All England is now looking at that lit tle Lancashire borough for an indication of tae direction in which the tide will set when the general election Except on the question of home rule the constituency is strongly liberal but Caine carried it last election against the Glad stone bill by a handsome The who cannot forsrive Cainc for his desertion of hold the bal ance of Great pressure is being brought to bear upon them by their liberal allies to induce them to abstain from opposing Caine in case they cannot he persuaded to support This they may not but the chances arc that they will not set up another Gladstone fears that the opposition of the radicals to Caines reelection may retard that gen tlemans complete conversion to Glad to which direction he is strong ly Caine will undoubtedly receive a large share of the unionist vote owing to his personal popularity with his but the remainder will go over to tlie tory The liberals are not in a hurry to get into They think they will gain more by allowing the blunders of the ministry to sink into the mind of the country and they want to see the result iu The unfinished agreement with Germany and the troubles with France over Newfoundland and Egypt would be a heavy burden for them to assume and they prefer to let Lord Salisbury finish up the work he has begun and assume the whole responsi by a kind of tacit mutual agreement both sides favor staving off One of the minis trys of continuing unfinished bills from session to session is to be settled by a select which contains an extraordinary array of personal Ilartington and who have ceased to Chamberlain and Goschen and John Morley and Sexton are all on Some of the wags suggest the advisability of having a squad of police on hand to keep the The ghost of the licensing bill still haunts the house of commons and trou bles the dreams of the ministerialists as they slumber on the benches during the dreamy debates that have succeeded the exciting discussions of a few days The monster petition to par liament in favor of the compensation scheme which was to have been presented on behalf of the pub licans without regard to party on day after the gjvernments announce ment of the withdrawal fit the has been temporily deposited in a corner of Westminster where its great bulk has attracted much Its presence there has had the effect upon anticompensation fanatics that a red flag would hare upon a bull and they have spat upon it plastered it with temperance tracts until its apperrance is as uusightly as the conduct of its de facers was silly and CHOLIRA APPE1BS ffl The Czar Llkelj fjgj UnRgf Adopted by the Louisiana Houe by a Tote of 06 to BATOX June was late Tuesday night when the factions of the democratic party withdrew from the joint having been unable to arrive at terms of At mid night the determination was reached by the majority to put the lottery bill to a vote without The house met at 10 oclock The utmost excitement The corridors of the house were crowded and the floor of the house had no standing By consent the bill went over until 2 oclock to enable the committee of the whole to get rid of the appropriation When the bill was finally reached of East spoke in favor of granting the charter to the highest He read a letter fromjsidore agent of the syndi offering to deposit with the state treasurer as a of West moved to go into committee of the whole to consider an amendment abrogating the monoply nature of the and it was of took the chair of and Seals of denounced the amendment as a After some further filibustering the committee arose and re ported the bill to the house recommend ing its of spoke in opposition to the and of was in favor of the On closing his speech the latter moved the previous A terrible tumult lasting for some Lawton of heretofore claimed as an arose and stated he had been assured if the bill passed the amount would be increased to per The roll was then called on passage of the all members who so desired bein allowed to explain their of De in ex plaining his vote in the said The question will be held open until 3 oclock this when a compromise which will reunite the party will be brought in at the completion of the roll The bill was declared passed by a vote of G 29 and three ab The result was received with a mingled demonstration of cheers and and several times it was thought the members would come to RELIGIOUS The Scourge Oat in An Epidemic June were re ceived here late last night announcing that cholera had appeared at and other places in western supplemented by the intelligence that there were two cases at Marseilles and one case at This news oc casioned intense excitement Paris now is so short of water that several arrondissments have been reduced to the necessity of getting their supply fromthe Statistics show that such a con dition of things usually leads to epidemics of typhoid fever and OT SAHSALVADOR Fatally Skot by aa DJL June During a ball given at the presidents residence the capital on the 32nd in celebration of the anniversary ot the triumphal entry of General Menen General Meleskt Marcial asuddelny entered the ball room at about 11 announced on behalf of his chief General whohad arrived with six hundred men from Santa a revolt against the M IWs juncture Genera the government vaVsfck In toe upper re with Geooail Xar daL The Germun Lutheran Synod In Session at June todays session of the Lutheran synod President Schwan made areport in which he ad vised the synod to take proper action on the Bennett compulsory school He expressed regret at the universal expe rience of the German Lutheran churches that large numbers of the young er members are drawn away by churches of other of read a report of the board of supervision on the theologi cal seminary at The report mentioned the lack of sufficient dormi tories for the accommodation of the students and recommended the erection of a building to cost be author ized International Sunday School June morning session of the International Sunday School convention was taken up with the reading of reports and other routine business of important TheGcrumn Reichstag Rejects all Amend ments to the Army reichstag to day rejected all amendments to the army bill and approved the first paragraph of the bill which fixes the force effective at men until In To speak of the lodging house mode of life as a reason for liking London may ex cite and I confess that initiation Into the mystery of how to deal with the landlady is necessary to insure success in this manner of Experience is required to enable one to know ones own rights and to concede those of others but this experience once out sldo of ones own houst can one enjoy such comfort and at a relatively mod erate as in a London lodging house Your grand hotel is its drawing rooms many and its table dhote repasts Sardanapalan in their profuseness and succulence your family boarding house is gay and full of pleasant or unpleasant but always com pany yet Is there in any of places the slightest reminiscenca of Sweet Home That intangible quality often pervades the humblest London Hen yon are you an an a a mere unit in a conglome rated mass of humanity clcsUringin a 500 bedded Your taites artstu died in cooking your hot water is brought to your door in die morning at the hour you named your letters are handed to yon on a salver as soon as they TOUT Idiosyncracies have as they do at but not generally elsewhere in the Lord While the son is so Burnjtt the picture of She is rather below the medium of a robust Her face is full and so to with force and originality manifest all through The lines about thetmonth are a singular combination of nohfflty and and with the light of imag ination in her blue eyes then is a depth of sagacity and She has a very high that looks rosier he Conpaay Utterly Bcfoses to Discharge SuperUteBdcBt KoisdlA General TieUp SUkcat June crisis in the niinojs Central strike came to a conclu sion this After an all day ses sion the conference between the striker committee and officials ended with a positive refusal on the pan of the com pany to discharge Superintendent Bus iThis was the ultimatum so far as the company is When the conference broke the men went at once to the strikers headquarters to re port the Speculation was rife as to whether a general strike throughout the Illinois Central system would be or dered and a gigantic struggle At the strikers headquarters the mat ter was discussed for several hours and when the meeting finally adjourned it was given out that no conclusion had been A rumor was in circula tion that eight strikers had decided to ask concessions limiting the power of Superintendent Other reports said that such concessions had already been refused and that the strikers were now only seeking an excuse to let them selves down A way for this was opened by the companys statement made while declining to re move Superintendent censures him for lack of courtesy to subordinates and declares the displacement of capable hands not in All Freight June committee of the Illinois Central strikers came here today and on their order every freight train between here and Centralia on the Illinois Central was Pas senger coaches were also detached from the two Joliet Street Car Men Demand Shorter June strike was started today in this All the street car railway employes went and friendly citizens are driving what few cars are running till more men can be The men want shorter hours and more PRICE 15 Miners June hundred coal miners are out on a strike at the Spring Hill the largest in Nova Everything is at a stand The men object to the system of docking for short measure or Labor Trouble at June Mobilie and Ohio road today granted the demands of their warehouse men in East All other roads refuse and un less the men return to work tomorrow they will hire new THE IMPRISONED It is Thought Their Fate Will be Known June rescuing party this evening have struck solid coal unless gas pockets are they will be in the Hill Farm mine in the morning and the fate of the unfortunate victims will be A gang of men for two days has been cutting a tunnel from the Ferguson mine to the Hill Farm keeping the matter Today the authorities stopped them until it can be learned if there are gas deposits near the They were very close to the Hill Farm mine when JUSTICE WAS Keported Lynching at of the Murderer of Two June report has been received from twenty miles east of of the murder of Charles Deitrick and his mother and and sure justice meted out to the murdarer at the hands of Judge An epidemic of crime seems to have struck the Illinois Following the murder of David the body of an unknown man was found on the Burling ton track in the north part of the city this morning but whether he came to his death at the hands of an assassin or by accident is as yet BITTEN BY MAD A Little Girl at Seriously Special to The June community is greatly agitated over the numerous supposed mad dogs that have made their appearance One was killed last Tuesday night after having bitten James Today the little daughter of Charles Lefller was bitten by another dog supposed to be The animal was at once and its victim will be taken to to try the virtues of the Orton mad wide brim of the black felt hat aha with two sweeping black Shi dresrts almost in tight fitting doth dark green in the coatfo with two of brass down the Her movements are large and Her only weekaeai iaher ahoai They have slander French hmli OB She has prospered berides winning fame in the woxldot She haa a fine head for and li very good at calcolating City Bcceytaelei far Milk should be kept for family use in glue In Glan pitchersaodjjaes Jencaa be washed psepandae above aad the efcmldbejiated witfedeaa with a wettag and nnmlne after EanheaiTessesssas apt poU Dont many the young can a dark thMghtorwordof attar One of notvltyhaswonr m best you t who leaves go aks JttUe A pretty an widow of hss Prince aaa been Mad Dog at Special to The HawfcEyeJ June dog went mad on a farm a few miles from here yesterday and attacked Lanphere but was killed by Unmuz zled canines are being TEE DAYS Suicide of a Prominent NEW HA June a prominent shot and killed himself this He was 70 years old and had served the city as mayor and represented it in the legis The which was caused by financial created a sensa Shot by a KANSAS June mob of about forty persons gathered at eleven oclock last night at the house of Watt near to tar and feather his son it is as ruined a young About forty shots were during which Watt Squires was shot in the though not and Will one of the was also wounded in the it is thought Intense excitement Sentenced to be EL June Walters was yesterday sentenced in court at Paso del to be and ROLonghlin was sentenced to ten years imprisonment for killing a lewd women in Paso del Norte in The condemned men are both citizens of the United States and have appealed for DUappi of a JLi iber June Fergu a lumber dealer at has dis Ferguson handled over 000 for other people and what disposi tion he has made of the money is un It is thought he has gone to the Froteetrn June eighth annual convention of the Travelers Protective association today elected of St This is what yon ought to In have to fully enjoy Thousands are searching for it and moaning because they tnd it TTrnisamf nprrn T dollars are our people fa hope thattheyatfy attain mon and install W recommend Electric Bitters for dyspepsia and alldiseases of stomach an Sold at 50c and per Dot tie at Henrys drug HOW TO A To lahale Correctly Mean an Erect Bod and a Graceful Over in Brooklyn ia a little man a gigantic chest and marvelously atronj He is the founder of a new ays tern of physical Thirtytwo when he was wearing his he was so pony that his panata thought it was hardly worth while ttrtjwagehimtogo on Today although he is small be is as strong as a bulldog anddelights in amusing his and astonishing strangers by lyinj flat on his back and lifting up 310 poonc men at arms He thinks the cus tom of putting young Americans through a course of calisthenic and gymnastic ex ercises is all The present system is wrong irom be ginningto he said to a Pick op a six months old he holdhim in an unstrained upright and you will find that his back is broad and flat and that his spine is perfect ly As soon as the child begins to walk the spine begins to Why The weight of the abdomen causes the lower part of his of his so sink forward and sag There is error number Subsequent physical training takes no notice of it You will that an infant in arms has the while sitting bolt up of putting his or at least a part of in his This is because his hip joint is perfectly free and He loses this flaxibility almost from the moment ha begins to The ordinary system of athletic or calisthenic training takes no no tice of this I claim that above all else a child should betaught how to stand and how to Next he should be instructed as to the proper way of using every muscle and Teach him those things and he will be a strong Neglect them and while he may become temporarily strong his power is neither lasting nor conducive to long life and Nothing is more important than to teach children the general principles of right It is a mere makeshift to bring forward Only a small minority of the children in classes for physical training give any vigor or mean Ing to the few insignificant movements of the Most of the boys and almost all of the girls make merely superficial move with no sense of the meaning and no feeling of If anything has been said to the children about breathing no effect is If anything has been said about the carriage of the body the in struction has been confined to an injunc tion to beep back the POSITION In a nervous effort to obey the latter in junction children are often found with hol lowed backs and shoulder blades driven in against the When the shoulders are violently and persistently thrown back the shoulder blades almost They press on the spine and jam the upper part of it This effect is simply unavoida If a child is sent to school at the age of 5 or 0 the teacher should watch him at his desk to make sure that ho maintains an erect It will be found that if the head is kept properly erect the chin is bound to draw up the breast By holding the body erect and straight the child will find it easy to breathe in the costal with the upper part of the This I claim is the proper way to Of course it is not easy to learn all this ut but a careful teacher by taking pains could soon bring her class into such a condition that they would find It easierto walk sit right than It is not necessary to spend any special half hour a day in teaching these The instructor who is with children all the time is the one to keep them standing or sitting Folding the the present attitude of respectful is oae that cramps the chest and the breathing It should never be Let the teacher instruct her children to keep the upper point of the forehead and the most prominent part of the chest always as if trying to push up through the A word now and again will soon inculcate the right sort of all bending forward be done from the hip from the The back bone need not and should not be bent in stooping f o pick up any WE SHOULD ALL LIVE TO BE Instead of wasting time over rods and wands teachers should make the children learu how to hold their bodies and how to move the hips and other joints properly in the ordinary business of Children can get little good from what they The youngsters interest must he Teach him that not but the knowledge he ac quires in iliu carriage and deportment of his body make him agile and and his physical education will amount to Musical educa tion U properly accomplished only through the The nit i acquirement of muscular tis sue is not ii so much importance as a good sheath of agile bone cover By that I mean supple ten dons and muscles working in di rected by a well regulated That is what children The shoulders should not be strained back of the hip These two joints should be on the same perpendicular The chest must have prominence on its own and the shoulders when held back far enough to give the chest free de velopment lind a natural and comfortable I am no believer in the theory of exten sive destruction in tissues and hurried re building of them to secure Such training is The the tiger and other lower animals keep their strength for the most part with light The tendency of hard exercise is hard and Hard muscles are It is in the conservation of and not in the prodigal dissipation of that the greatest strength endurance of the body will always Our bodies should remain firm but pliant and in most parts There is no reason why any of us should become inactive before our eighti eth York MARKSMEN AT DAVENPORT The Upper Mississippi Rifle Asso ciation Making Good Stems Keported lowaTheTer riflc Heat Causes a General of WorkGeneral and Special to THE June tenth biennial tournament of the Upper Missis sippi Rifle association opened at the Schuetzen park iu this city this morning Over one hundred riflemen are now present and more are coming on all trains from surrounding The shooters paraded the streets this morning and on arriving at the park were addressed by Mayor Ficke and tendered a The shooting began immediately after the There are a number of fine shots in the company assembled and the scores are running though the warmth has interfered with the work The fest continues through this A Severe Wind Special to The HawkEy June storm which had the appearance of a small cyclone passed west of here last The Souse of Dennis Roberts was blown off its were blown win lows and barns and stables were William who was sit ting in his was struck by light ning and burned Stole the Grass Palace June Mechanic Philip George Spencer and John allprominent were arrested to day on complaint of architect of the new Blue Grass charged with the larceny of his plans for he The defendants charge that iVoodrufls conduct is a piece of spite vork because they failed to employ him o superintend the erection of the build Churned With CEDAI Juno grand secretary of the Order of tailway was seen today in egard to the report that tlie order owes xChief Conductor Wheaton a large urn of money on Daniels charges Vhcaton with defrauding the order on xpense and declares there has not ecu three months in five years that Vheaton has not drawn his salary in ad STATE THE WAV TO iapids has ordered over seven miles of ew OTTCMWAS NEW on he new Milwaukee depot at Ottumwa ill commence this THE FOURTH AT itizens have subscribed for a grand nourth of July DUIIUQUKS Dtibuque can ave a typewriter factory employing ands by putting up a bonus of she will throw in some of her pretty iris to run the machines she will make big thing of CALAMITY WELLEBS eing in turn a politician and an She Knew Him Tangl Calamity Weller has hecom the coils of feet slons of the snake area hundred feetfroar therl the Kcoils occupy length and aw distinct mounds IOO mounds giving the marking the roll of coils to the rattleof the1 hundred and fifty feel occupying dred feet The serpent a straight line drawn showing a to feet near the head and near the The mounds of IS pent command a one vteir three or four miles the surrounding Mn plored one of the mounds and ft below the surface f6undthe five but he does not these are the remains of the his opinion being are buried deeper add that which he found are of He will make further tions in the near The made by Peet will prove of historic interest and may lead able results in affording knowl strange race ot people who Mississippi valley many From The most heotic sodes of fiction had their parts in actual Sow story of a female Swedish bark Maria in midoceans a derelict vessel floating bottom The crash tore the bow asunder and tat f the waters pour The bark pitched tieavily and became The creir of 11 men manned the saying they were not going to be drowned like and asked the captain to leave with This he positively refused to believing his ship could be ind he begged the men to remain by For answer they waved him a farewell and pushed leaving the brave skipper and his little who to leave the ship without her In vain the father tofd he little ore to save She said she knew her duty and vould stick to the vessel to the The captain then hoisted dis tress The night passed with no signs of By this time the essel had been rapidly tilled and tne vater was even her Then he captain recognized his ship waft and his only thought was to save is He redoubled his exertions to ttruct but it was not until the icxt day at noonthat the American bark over hove in just as his veswl vas sinking in the The sturvlv rs were brought to this Thereto tothing heroic to imagine of human just as there nothing too despte It is because the heroes of romance re possibilities that they obtain such iold upon the human heart and len have gone to the stake for duty and hildren have incurred death from line moving Theae noble char ctera relieve the general They are like flowers sprkif ng up from the crust of past nd like green ivy emerging from the and cracks of a desolate hey cuoble and chreer our HOT WEATHER The Delightful Summer of the TourUt both single and round trip are now on sale via the take Shore Bonte Ey to Chantau Niagara Thousand the the White Lake Bar in fact all of the principal lake and seaside resorts Of the This is the direct line between New Boston and intermediate The route of the Chicago and New York the only solid vesti bnled limited train between these points without a change or transferor any Send for Tourist Folder and full inform ation concerning the train ADecWoTlB the Feoria Wert June Gresham today granted a rehearing in the case of Brown Pa ton against the and Western tailroad This U s ease in which the courMMd the Wa bash after the failunC re sponsible for fall interest to the Pebcia and mprt under the agreenent to pay interest as rental for the Tatters claims it is wdyliabte f or Ifie Interest a earnbigs of the an ex ounder of the A COLORED a colored divine and corn traveling around the state warning the eople to let up on wickedness and pre are to go in a on the 1M ay of lie claims to have had a revelation that the earth will be totally destroyed on that QUEER Allen of Des while passing along a street thu other noticed a woman digging in a garden and turning up pe culiar looking After she had loaded her apron and left the scene the constable went over and did a little dig ging on his his own unearthing several gallon jugs of A VETERASS Ottis a veteran soldier ot has been granted an additional pension of 810 per Chrisle was one of Cen eral Custcrs men and started with him on that illfated but while crossing the mountains his horse fell on breaking his and thus saved him from the terrible massacre of the Little Big HIT WITH A Patrick Fox and Miss Hattle both of were tripping along the streets of on their way to a justice of the peace to get mar the bridal procession was brought to a sudden standstill by the falling of brick from the top of a threestory build ing which struck the propectivo bride groom square on the top of the knocking him senseless and cutting a big gash in his When he regained consciousness he refused to accept the incident as a warning and demanded that the ceremony which it did with out further THE WAGES OF was an affecting scene in the district court at Dubuque the other day when a young beside whom sat his was sentenced by Judge Lenehan to impris onment in the penitentiary for one year for After being sentenced the young man pleaded for mercy Please give me one more chance to lead an hon orable After serving a term in the penitentiary I cannot return home and be Lenehan replied that the duty was an unpleasant but that he could not permit sympathy to dissuade him from the discharge of his duty to society and the Aa the young man bid his mother farewell she almost She was taken to the sheriffs office to await the arrival of a carriage and here she sobbed Only for his little girl I would want to VALUABLE The EIHgy of a Mounter Serpent Found North of June publisher of the American Anti has recently made a discovery in this vicinity of great historic1 In the May number of theCentury Mag azine a long illustrated article was pub lished describing a mammoth effigy of a serpent lately discovered in This great snake was a series of connected mounds built along the face of 4 high bluff overlooking the Ohio and was the work of a prehistoric race of men who inhabited this country many hun dred years ago and who were known as Serpent Peethas found during the past few years a num ber of these serpent effigies ia Wiscon and since the discovery of the great serpent in Ohio he has been looking for traces of the handiwork of these same curious people in this lo his theory being that the Serpent Worshipers passed down the Ohio up the Mississippi and thence into A connecting link of their work along the MisssssippI would prove the truth of his This link Poet has His newly discovered serpent is located miles north ot on the Carthage where Bock creek breaks through the onehalf mite north of Bcctc creek sta A cleverly defined rattlesnake lies coiled along the following the Of tha Its entire length to M5tt the head being to south and at present by cluster A portion of ridge er this sup you have heard ot Theodore the famous conductor I dont think I What line of cars is he Wise Organ Ot spoiled am greatly obligedI you for bringing my littlu boy Organ frftidaheteachaautBaV bada York The New play I dont says you ask me all the sassy questions you can and I tell you its nonet of your business and set Fido New York a lovely rainbow that it you think so dont I dare say all very but the colors are too loud for my A Mystery Cleared Harvard young man makes a concise of the academic success of young women Of course girls can go They have nothing 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