Get 1 more page view just for clicking
to like us on Facebook
Burlington Hawk-Eye (Newspaper) - July 2, 1890, Burlington, Iowa mam T Earnest Arguments an V House i C i Tho rasnei Che lUalio AdiuikHlon f Operators lo feeGClvcJcrtUloatcs of July rc sumcd of the federal clec ition tlic ponding amendment being tiiatOfferediby of Kcw Jer providing that tlie Chief supervisor Jor oach judicial district of stho United shall talco such action secure sucli suiicrvislon sinicvery congressional district asispro the Jaws of the United Of contondod was iiogccasion for tho enactment tlio proposed law Every member lmd spoken Imdrcimdiuted the bll as Jar as Ills individual was con of said he wantnd flolman said the gentleman was I onlyone of tlio three hundred and thirty members who made this admis 5 Taylor said he supported the jjill because lo wanted it in his district jie supported it because lie wanted it for Die city he in part Chicago this Tlicro jipllid lioon mi oloctloii hold In Chi amovlwrotlioro had not boon Illegal i wd cheating at I108While ilils tow was needed in Chicago lie did not believe It was needed in any other 1 district in the state of of contended 1 that the Chicago nloction law had worked lo tin sal isfaction of the people of tlm L city without rcgiird lo con troverted tho assertion made of of that In reporting thn con Icsted election case of Dean Fields in 1 Uio fortyfifth congress ho Springer hud tlio very position oocupiod by his of opposed the and satiracally twitted the Vomits for dRiioiincliig the bill and then rushing poll well In support of 11 proposition which made the provisions of tho measure compulsory instead of of made a eonsti tutlonnl argument against the on a rising Jjdilbaclis aiiiondment was Tellers wore demanded aiid the amendment was 138 to of olfored an ainondiiicnt eliminating from tbo the provisions for a United Stales hoard of canvaws a ud providing thai from tho returns of the supervisors iho chief supervisor shall tabulate and to the speaker of tlio house to bo submitted by him to the tho as they appear therefrom in eacli congressional district under his jurisdic tion in which this act has been in of favored the of opposed the ninondinonlund advocated the of pointed out Ihe dangers which might arise from the application of the Suppose the liouso was democratic by twentyfive majority and it was so shown by the cer tificates oftho various Sup the supervisors certified twentylive ma jority the other way and the clerk of tlio house acted upon this what would bo the result The gentle man ought not 10 forget that this was an AngloSaxon That the race had oon jnlous of its rights and bold Hooker Huddot Ma Xelley of and Bothers Jlonso adjourned at lins THE Tlic Idaho AdmlMlon BUI Passedothcr July senate bill to authorize the leasing of school lands in the territory of Oklahoma for the ben efit of public schools was taken from the calendar and Morgan introduced a bill provid ing that no person shall enter any public lands in Wyoming under the homestead or other laws who is a bigamist or a or who counsels aids or encourages others to enter iuto bigamy or or who is a mem bor of any association that teaches polygamy referred to the committee on public The conference committee ou the leg islative appropriation bill reported they were nimble to agree on the pay of sen ators clorTis and oouiinittco New confcrroos wore The confer enco report on the District of Columbia bill was disagreed to and a new conference was A conference was also or dered on the agricultural appropriation The Idaho admission bill was resumed and Vance spokein opposition to The bill then passed without A message from the bouse announcing it had resolved to adhere to its disagree ments as to the legislation appropriation bill was presented by of the con ference which stated the house had declined to confer After i long discussion ho xcnnlo re fused lorocodo from its wiidinoiits by The result of this is that unless either senate or house backs the legislation appropriation bill fails and a new bill will have to be re ported and go through the A mo tion to reconsider the vote of the was made by Iliscock and en Reagan addressed the senate in favor of the bill introduced by him to prevent the transportation of merchan dise in bond through the ports or terri tory of United States into and to restore Unit privilege whenever a free between the two countries is the closo of the spoocli Ik senate into executive session and soon of nskod what lind the republican party done for tho negroes At tho close of tho war they were shelterless and it gave them no slioltor they were hungry and it fed tlioiii ilioy wo naked and It tliom iVljcn they attempted to save money day the rcpiilican party organized freed mens mid stole the first fruits of their THE ORIGINAL PACKAGE A Minority Keporl Against the Sub si il July Representative of today subinlllod the minority dissenting from the views of tho majority of the committee on the judiciary upon the bill intended as a substitute for the senate original package Adams believes the sub stitute if reverse tho national policy of mil form regulation of foreign and To surrender tho exercise of power of congress to regulate com merce to the legislatures of the several tlm report is to defeat the main purpose of its This is tho voice of the senate It is ten fold the vice of tho It tends to undo the most important work that was done when the union was Congress ought not to delegate the discharge of this duly to any state legislature Adams says few outside of the prohibition parly deny that tho sale of intoxicating liquors at retail ought to bo regulated by the state local If ihis evil has arisen tho remedy Is simple and easy of ap congress can dcilnotlioorlglnal package in which tho intoxicating liquors can be imported into tho Such legislative definition would at once render impossible the establishment of HENDRICKS Unveiling of the of the Indiana only sorlouscyilwlilcli can possibly arlso out oftlieiocent decision of tlio supremo Crondnat Uues ItrokeuDowiito Donor Ilia Slemory of Senator and Poet July The day for the unveiling of the Hcndrlcks monu ment dawned clear and hot and the early trains began pouring crowds into the Governor of Governor of New and Governor of with their staffs were present and about every military and civil organization in Indiana and many from Kentucky and Missouri wore The parade formed promptly at one being composed of governors of states men tioned and their stalls with civil and military At two oclock Governor llovey called the vast assem blage that haid gathorcdarouiid the monu ment to order and the exercises of un veiling were The monument is the work of Richard the cele brated of and stands on the southwest corner of the capital Senator Turplo de livered the At the monument au amphatheatro had been erected for distinguished guests and a chorus of one thousand school The exercises were opened with a patriotic song by this Governor llovey then made a brief speech of welcome Judge presi dent of the Hcndrlcks Monument Asso briefly reviewed the history of the monument and Dean of Pauls Episcopal Invoked dovine General Yccklcs of New was then led forward and in behalf of Tammany Hall presented llcndricks a handsome memorial accompaiiiug tho presentation with a brief speech eulogistic of the dead states who was attired in deep black with a long mourning stopped and with a deep how and a few words which were drowned In the rise of the crowd endeavoring to cateh a glimpse of the honored accepted the Judge land then took llendricks arm and es corted her to the base of the monument where she drew the veil of the national colors from the bronze ligure of her hus amid the shouts of tho vast throng and booming of Wliltcomb Itiley then read Iho following ode i 1rldo oflhe wtslland aud loved of Ihe mition Loiiderlnvlncihlc Huler most wise Fcrvered nor Hushed Ilio Ilirongs accliima SleadriisllvpoWasiislarlnlliefklcs Thou didst make bright lu us llrighluiinr Illl thu transcendent Kwlf I iv withdrawn from Now tliou ml cone from Haloes thy deeds with a glory li Versed as Iliou ivert in Ihe lorcof the Voiced as a muster In lofly Tliluo was an eloquence Historys pages ItiiKtllngly whisper in vain lo Mule there the wonderful hitbosor thuuderfiil FMcsof dcnuiHlatiouuot jeers Silent the dutiful and the beautiful Tribute of t rcimilous sobbing and I eiirs the meed of a peoples affection Horn above factional wranglctind fray Still warmly homed Iu the hearts recollection Naught onhy virtues shall vanish away Still In security In Iliy purity lived as thy tort ng abovf and outwearing All time dwlarlnglt llronzc shall outbrave not Ihe legende of love Senator Tnrpie llion delivered the v tional was arrested on complaint of the United States because of some irregularities discovered by the bank examiner in the matter of certifying checks for which there were no funds the He ar raigned today and held in bonds to the United States grand Packer has resigned tho presidency of the as has also Cashier THE LAKE PARK Premier Salisbury is Again Master rojolcod that littpte of lliolioiisowwa npUb ply and behind Iho jojiiibllcaii party house wore millions of American people thai believed In the Ipriimonl llobelieved that the time lift OOP when the republican parly mirtWargonoloiilyllspwnilsobyi Its duty to the American and lie trusted the party would stand as one man for the sanctity of American said rspub tan party had boon clurgod with nog It m It W given them foot to walk with and no board or plank on which to llo notwithstanding thn protests of ballot box alter hid tan stolen In iho south and never The soyth counted the negro vtai tlie census was taken The south counted him us a voter and the repub licans proposed now to do lihn justice and lot of West said thnre never had been and nver could any bill which would strike a morn dangerous blow at the very elements and iouiidiitlons of free The gentlemen dared not strike at the free dom uf tlie press but they did attempt to strike down the freedom of representa tives in the lluttcrwoitli presented the confer ence report on the legislature appropria te bill and the house voted to adhere to its iioueonforciico in the senate amendments regarding Lodge offered tin amendment to tlm bill providing as soon as tMrtllicatos of tlm bourd were made public any person who was a candidate for election by motioii before tlio United states circuit court havhiK juris diction in tlio contest tho cor rectness of tho certificate made by tho and demand an and of tlie Tho return ing officers shall produce before the circuit court all and all evidence on which it acted in advance In awarding tho Tho circuit court shall thereupon de termine and certify tlm person shown entitled to Also nil amend ment providing if there bo an appeal from the dccison of tho United States taird of canvascrs to the circuit tlio cleric of the liouso sball place ou Wo rolls as representative oloct the Jiaineoftho person tortiliod by said court as entitled to tlio The amendment was agreed Jlcmpbills amendment was 137 1 of New aud fl republicans voting with tLc of out section which changes Hieilaw so as to place tlio selection of jn i Mrs in the hands of dorks of courts 140 imys Ldilbacb and Liud voted with Ilio democrats to tlio or offered an amendment tbat an application for Supervision was the Jiief supor itfttfrdiaUla the application before tho shall fix a day for vwUuiimattersset forth In tho aUoast ten days on court shall bo of tbn opinion afalrauairee registration will not bo Is necessity for fod the court sliall grant Nie In jiasslug upon the plication tho judge t court inissoeiato withliim the judge of tho and unlessboth judges flic1 it WAR TELEGRAPH They Will Kceelve Suitable Corlllieatos of Honorable Berried July house military committee has agreed to report favorably the bill authorizing Hie presi dent to prepare tho roll of lelegrapl ot officers of the army and to issue to them or the representatives of those who are suitable eertlfleates of honorable service wltli lira stating the serv ice rendered and the assimilated rank they The eonimlitco also agreed to report l ho bill granting bronze medals to each member ot the Forlorn Hope storming party at Port Missis in to fulfill promises made by General Hanks to he members of the GENERAL WASHINGTON oration of the Hcndrlcks1 life and concerning his posi tion during the civil referred to tlio letter Hendricks wrote to some of his constituents in the first month of the war iii which part Ho regarded II a duly of tho citizens of Indiana to respect and maintain the authority of the general government and give an honest and earnest support to the prosecution of tho III II u Injunction Served On tlie Fair July local Board directors of the worlds fair met today and by a unanimous vote sub ject to tlie approval of the natlonul com to hold a fair on the lake front aud at The proportions in which it shall be divided were left un subject to the necessities of the case as they might devclopo relative to securing more or less land on tho lake While the board was iu session a deputy sheriff entered the room and served upon Chairman lago notice that a temporary injunction had been Issued this morning on a suit of certain abut ting property owners on tho lake restraining the board from proceeding to occupy that ground for worlds fair The worlds fair national commissioners1 met again this Ou motion of Commissioner of resolution was passed for tlio appoint inent of a special committee of six ro port upon the duties and of A resolution by of that tho compensation of the members of the womans iiiixlllary Imrd Medal Moor Iko same as the Was referred to tho Oa motion of Commissioner of President Palmer was made a member of tho cxoflicio chairman executive of Utah and expressed themselves rather earnestly on the subject of delay on the part of the local directors in selecting a recess the committee unpointed to look Into tho finances of tho local organization reported that had found the funds all At this juncture the committee appointed by the local board of directors appeared and made a formal tender of tho joint sites of thoLako Front and Jackson as explained Director Gage made an argument in favor of tlio ac ceptance by tlio committee and after some debate it was made a special order for tomorrow The commissioners spent tlio after noon at the Washington Park races and this evening visited Illiniums STILL Chkiigo lids but Little Itclicf from the July the rain last night Iho weather hero re mains oppressively The lowest temperature reached hero during the present week was last night Immediately after the rain fall when tho government signal service thermometer marked OS At seven this morning it regis tered and at DM it marked This by no means indicates tlio oppres sive character of tho heat in the for tlie government observations are taken at the top of a lofty auditoruni tower where tho thermometer is not sub ject to tho radiated heat from the pave ments and buildings which have been baking under tho blistering suns and ac cumulating beat for the past ten There is scarcely a sign of a The associated press thermometer at marked 82 OVER AN A Iast Train Meets With a Disastrous Mishnp in July serious ffrcck occurred on Iho Northern I1 road yesterday when two sleepers of a fast train were derailed and thrown down an embankment near Tho passengers were thrown violently from their scats and huddled in a Miss May of Fort was injured so badly that she died within an A dozen others were several of them but physicians say no IIU Sunk to Lord Ciyen the 1riiiie Minister i Chance to Defend the German July Uosebcrry helped the government a little yesterday by calling public attention to tho advan tages secured to England by the Anglo German Hoseberry is a dilet tante who was placed in charge of the foreign office by Gladstone for services rendered in the Midlothian elec and whose very moderate abilities were supplemented by the prestige gained by hlsmarrlagowith adaughterot the house of Us question about Heligoland in tlio house of lords yesterday gavo tho only English states who is really skilled in foreign af the opportunity he needed to point out that he had secured for England vast acres of valuable territory In Africa in exchange for little German island of no earthly use to the coun Tho Scotch carls jingo protest that tho cession of English territory was contrary to English and his plea was entitled to more infonnWoTrabtiutthe agreement than had been given by tho ministry elicited a reply that juletly held him up lltiitors Want HinTaxnn Sugar July meeting of tho senate fliianec committee today a down molasses boilers appeared before the committee and asked for a restora tion of the tax on in order to enable thorn lo continue Approved by he July president iinropr the invalid pension appropriation the postoflico appropriation bill aud the joint resolution providing temporarily for the of the An KdurHtlomil Aid July of chairman of the house committee on today re ported an educational aid bill similar in its provisions to the Ulair The followin is the public debt statement Jntosist bowing dcbl 1rincipal Interest elusion and lio re stored tn ihe until that time all controversy relating to the causes and responsibilities Of Ilio saino lidded were his numorous addresses lollio people the political campaign of which Im mediately preceded his election lo the During liis term as a senator ho constantly acted and voted in aid of the government in every measure looking lo tlio suppression of armed always reserving Iho right to freely discuss the civil policy of the Speaking of tho re construction said Wricks took his position in these words I desire to be n In tho form under the constitution and In fad by harmony of Iho people of the north and 1 deny that at the close of tho war there were no state gov ernments in the southern The constitution of a state once admitted becomes a part of the national of that destroy its government and thus cease lo be within the 1 deny that a con a legislature or any othvr assembly can voluntarily terminate the of their state government and thus cut oil thclf connection with tlio federal This said from the very day and hour of its utterance was rejected with every epithet of re proach and It was submerged by large niajoriticsjin both and decided as an uncoust tutional surrender to the II lived to sec these that England had not ceded any ter She had exchanged a practi cally valueless little island for territory of enormous value and gained thereby many moral as well as practical advant added the premier with great it is not the practice of thOJforolfjn office to disclose to parlia ment matters which arc still the subject of negotiation with a foreign In spite of the existence of much dis content among tho tory rank and lilo and a desire to ainonz a portion of tlio liberal the ministerial crisis is now practically ended and Salis bury Is master of the He will now bo able at his leisure to reorganize tlio ministry or to tako whatever other stops ho may deem necessary to provide for tlie balance of term of tho pres ent The fate of Caino is a warning to the They have nestled under tlie tory pre miers wing and will stay there till the storm blows find ing it impossible to make the liberals at llarrowinFurness swallow Calne has thrown him overboard and advised his friends to vote for In his wedding lias counter acted Cardinal Mannings support of so far as the numerous Irish voters in Barrow arc by tak ing the stump for the regular liberal and assailing Calnc with characteristic The race Is now between Duncan and the Caines parliamentary career is ended for the Europe is still anxiously watching Em pcrorWilliams action iu regard to the German and there is a general be lief that ho is rapidly preparing it for Tho rumor is that General Verily Ihe minister of who is of Huguenot is to displaced and given an active commalrd in tho He will be it is by General Count a man of great ability and an early friend young Some time ago ho was removed from the position of chief of took a long leave of absence and went to It was given out that ho was in favor with the emperor on ac count of the Intermeddling of Amort caiUKo In It Is nov believed that he went to Italy on a most Import ant mission for the kaiser Tlie Italian army docs not come up toiler man Ideas of and many of its general officers arc regarded as Incom WalderscolnuppoKidto have been working hard for several months to reorganize and Is credited with having succeeded in replacing the inconipoiits by younger men who come up lo the pilal at everything Is being done for The sleepers were badly TOWi A A Clover Woman Artist Tclti How She Manage to Appear In Good I am a woman and with economy make a good During the winter Mason I mako as I cannot fill my orders as but ill snramcr I only work about halt the a list of theTproposed j jpponcnts row this Ihat sitting was When ho house met again Imbrinanl attempted o contiiuiur the reading of the list but renewed and the cham ber adjourned at v Supplementary Military EHtlmates The supplementary militurjr estimates today passed tothe second reading in the HE FIRE j A SI Lots Alalmmiu July firo at by which a number of stores and their were caused a loss of partially Livery Stable Burned lit July The three story brick livery and board stable of Griffin JIanion burned this Fit teen of the one hundred and thirty horses kept in the stable and as many wore The loss Is about insurance GREEN ROOM GOSSIP The costumes worn in Ma re cently produced at the Comedle in are said to have cost about It was not a The English custom ot trying play foi the first time at an authors matinee it being adopted in America The average expense to the author in En gland is in America tho manager generally gives thoperfonnanco at his own though he of course stipulates hat he shall kro the rights of ho pjeco II he desires The Xew York World recently closed a competition for the best now play written by an American author 833 plays were Will o tho by Miss of New York winning the Patti was tcceutly offered to an article on voice She A Crystal Palace is to bo built la Chi modeled after tho London music ft is to cost and will be A combination of beer garden and Emmett undo WOO during the season just Twenty girls in tho second and third classes of the girls Latin in recently gavo two performances of a Latin It told tho story of and the lines were delivered in Latin from begin ning to Tlie girls did all the work Carrie Jensen Disappear4 From A Decision Agnimt Trunk thfr Fostoffice at i anil i From OvVr the Special to The HawkEye J July Curnie who came some time to take charge of the pest house has been missing since yesterday No trace can be When Johnson who has charge returned he found tho bread burned in and1 her left In their rnsual Nothfii can be learned as to her mysterious dlaprcar PostollkC Special to TBoHawkEyeJ July safe In the postofflce at thisp lace was blown open during late last night and stamps and money to tho value of more than were Fortunately for Postmaster Kerr he had more than hidden away in the safe which the burglars failed to Efforts are being made to apprehend tho guilty but as yet without Decided Against Special to TUB Dun July Bishop today decided against Prank Pierce in the proceedings oroiighfc by the latter to compel the board of super visors to approve his Pierce is tho searcher who recently shot Terry Chambers while claiming to act as an Tho present decision Is im portant as bearing upon his coming trial for A Itriikemuit u line sustained a hard fall this inornnliig at while switch ing in tho Atlco Clinging to the side ladder of u box while moving at n flood rates of his foot slipped and ho fell to the his head strik ing a Inllicting severe scalp wounds and rendering him Itis hurts are not considered HERE AND THERE IN ers for madeat a time wlic at jhe open A Bank Jioofc Kcopec Missin of the ScandIakJban missing siaco evening ot his disappearance the safe took A i in He was nuiclt reaped Ing been employed In years as book STRAYED OR Ouo of thfr census enumerators la Is a boy nine yearsold has never been a name Che finds in one family tWiejnS able incident ot wedded fa twins six 13 singles seven Colonel Everett thoYankton says tween and YiinktouSIoui tho reservation and that the death riilii exceeds that of most fatal arc scrofula and conaumptfon A largo new school building now I ing built at ihe agency iii which Mi white teachers will bo The small letter was except tho stage A new theatre has been built iu Milwau is to be known as Davidsons audi and has a seating capacity for the chief of the London lira has published a curious compilar lion of the Ires which have occurred in theatres throughout theworldduiing Ho snys that fifteen theatres wero totally nineteen persons were badly and attempts to prove that anyono entering a theatre considerably improves his chances of meet ing an untimely Harry the well known has a perfect for matching He won 6C3 from Billy Crane one morn ing and it is said that the game was carried on in church during to pay lor my board and with W I wont to tell how I as amoM m rinds I reputation of being i very wll dressed I deny Ihat the state have a people to Debt ouwiilch interest Iras ceiised since ma tnrity Jrinciiialumllnlmst biairing no intend injlal deliU Interest Tolal Total less available cuuh Items Kcl cash in treasury lisa cash in treasury July v loss ctisli in treasuij DecrcasiTbf debt during the luontli Dceicasc of debt slnec June much universally a To see this tion adopted andaio lurthor pro 1onding rote Total casli intrcasurjassliown lijtreasurers gendral Serve and Liver An important They acton stomach and bowels through the A new They speed ily cure bad torpid piles and Splendid for women and 30 doses for 25 Samples free at Wittes drug The lottery 15111 Passes the BATOX July Tbe lottery bill was amended by the com mittee increasing tho amount to be paid for5 the lottery privileges per making the annual payments SI passed the senate this after noon by a vote of 240 to 12 and was re turned to the bouse for Always Use Watts Chlorides to disinfect water Foil Nominated at At thcrepublican congressional convention of the tenth Illinois district 1ost was renomi natodljy acclamation ilng to tab for a vacation n kicks once so jwlicy of recaustruc as a basis of all legislation upon tlie ulti mately to behold tenets sanctioned aud declared to be Uio law of the land by its the supreme court of the United If Webster be styled an expounder of the old constitution with its half truths and upon a subject but unnamed Hendricks maybe as justly called an expounder of tho If one is known as a constructionists tho other will be known as a rocoiiftrnctiouist of his as the true interpreter of thn constitution revised and amended and of the nature and character of tho union thus restored and Amid this clang of shouting and thunders of em battled hosts scarcely died he was prominently their civilian and publicist of At the conclusion of the address brief remarks were made by Gov ernors Francis and Campbell after the benediction by Bishop tho assemblage Let ters of regret were received from Presi who saidthe public duties would prevent his attendance from General who said pre vious engagements for July would pre vent his and from Ex President who in it is unnecessary I to as sure you of the pleasure jt would afford me to testify my affection for your fellow His eminent public service and his faithful discharge of many and inportantofficial duties rendered tho commemoration of his pullc and private virtue most fitting and 1 sin cerely regret that positive engagement of Uio day appointed makes it impossible for me to accept your OTOf 1350 a year on my Ono woman says i I cant provide evening I In I try to have clothes fit to wear to any place that I might want to go as It must make one very unhappy to have to stay ot home because she has nothing I take good caie of iny and never buy anything in the extreme u Jlaln colors wear longer and look never bny early In the when good materials can be bought for prices that I can I never bny ready made I never buy but two hats a yearone for one orsummer and always fix up last years hats for everyday I wear black or dark col ored dresses every and look them over quite and see tbat a stitch h taken when Imaie all my dress skirts and every day sewing an hour or two in the evening when I hare it to Tho following willshowwhatlhave A LA London Cas Workers Conic In Collision the duly striking eiii ployes at Lees gits works had a serious conflict today with a force ol who were endeavoring to prevent disor The strikers used sticks and bottles as and the officers Indiscriminate In the use of their Many on both sides were in In tho evening troops were summoned from On their arrival the mob pelted them with stones and the soldiers charged the One magis trate and many policemen and civilians were Tho blackleg finally deserted the gas THE iilS AYEBS Tlmrs Kxphilns IN Dr nmioiu Inly Times today publishes an article In which it attrib utes the blunder It made yesterday in announcing that the National bank of Ilucnos Ayrus had suspended instead of that it hiul suspended payment of Its quarterly to errors In punctuation of the cable dispatch as de livered at the ollicc of the Labor la The Spanish cabinet is much excited over tlio discovery that the great in dustrial province orCatalma is honey Of hundreds of thousands of workmen in the province it Is said that very few are ontsido labor which in Spain mean a great deal more jn these societies being not only but front aSpanish standpoint of Notwithstanding the eiamples of Germany and where the heads of tho stato are giving serious attention to the problems connected with the Spanish ministry and tho Monarclilal party generally in that country show tho utmost indifference to the needs and demands of the laboring class and treat IACKAOE has closed its original package saloon and confiscated its JAWED of lumpjaw cattle at McGregor have been reported to tho state board of health and a quarantine olliccr has been detailed to prevent tho spread oE the CAUGHT ix A a workman in tlie scissors factory at Da was caught in a moving belt Thursday and his right arm chrnshed so badly as to render amputation superintendent of tlie Ot tuunva fell from a cherry tree onto a picket fence fracturing three ribs and being otherwise seriously HELD Ur nv of Iowa while taking it stroll on one of the principal streets of that city the other evening was held up by footpads and robbed of a good watch and 30 in A COOKS SUDDEN Etta oE assistant cook at the Arlington house at died suddenly Friday while preparing Her death is supposed to have been caused by rupture of a blood vessel In tho ATTEMPTED SciciDftQeorge tho Brlgton farmer who buncoed out of by a fakir with tho Wallace attempted to escape sharpers by talcing a huge dose of Ho took too niuch and the poison refused to thus swing his OLD MAX Jcp an aged resident of who was seen walking along the shore of the river at noon w a written without the dot over dot was introduced In life foiirNiii cuntnry to distinguish T from hasty and Indistinct Tho I was originally used where f Is nf distinction between two having been introducedby writers in comparatively modern A collection of very valuable from ancient Babylon has been in Ono dating reveals tho curious fact that were in Babylon at that time v class men employed as agents to obtain chil dren to be adopted by wealthy who had no These men r ceivcd a regular both I the parents and from those who tho Cuffs that arc liuuidried at fail to please because they are Ironed dujfjf Hat and when the buttons are put In thfjf culfs blister and avoided it tho laundress only to iron the cuffs until they aro and then take tho broad end of pressing very hard on i Iho effect is thatworkingmeu aro learning to look to revolution as is no inforiMtioa of any existing against the governmentLondon Cable Fourteen llourj u Tho central association of tho cm broidery industry of Sawny has decided and in the last twelve months Spring not cloth Spring Hatsfoitheyear 19 Cloven for the t Boots mid low shoes tar the year U Two dark flannel gowns to paint In 10 Tnowasli dresses 8 Winter cloth gown and GENERAL FOREIGN OConnor mid Young Children rutally July The wife iuil four young children of mem bers of the editorial stal of United Ire have been fatally poisoned at Sea a waiting place in the county of by eating pickled An other child of OConnors and a servant who also ate of tho WHS pros trated but are now out of tho hoar limits being 6 oclock nnd 8 oclock An inspector has been appointed whose duty will bo to seo that this agreement is ob place it at one end i slowly go over thelength of the cnlf will roll as tho Ironleiwes Although the JtcGinly song come a chestnut so far as and its vicinity are concerned it is stiilj selling briskly in the west and says the New York The era say thud over copies have ojej Tho song has served both and publishers who the is a variety time the song was written he and hj were eatnt wofifcnflwn tho musical be tho salary o the to a The came In for a material share of thp At tho time tho song was these two Germans were dragging precarious existence In Brooklyn dealing In cheap Their poorly ami the money tnkfln14 in every day was consumed each nigfil til tlio attempt to pay current those work before 6 in tlio morning oi1 after 8 at This inspector resides in Goods A juestioli of Ilia Landlady showing Jones bjr apart Hall room you have just seen is a This one is more ex It hati two yon I like this I tell you what Ill Ill give you a week for it and keep the shutters of the extra window What do yon say Black cashmere conn IS v M FiilnR over last years 10 ID S2T7 You I have something left over for neit year if I decide to buy any expensive garment I allow myself a year for and by keeping and by using judgment in buying I always make a good I never buy be cause the stuff is prettyt it mnst look as if it would wear like iron to tempt One year I made all my old clothes ex cept shoes and and put all my money into a seal Next month I in teHtohave a new lace and when made it trill not cost me than 530 butI fear it wonld cost Bomo women The secret of dressing well on little lies ia the and in teing wHUng to sew tome for ones What the making of a dress willi often and it is avery womans privilege to sew and her duty to know how to saw New York Evening I like my wife to use Pozzonls Complexion Powder because it improves her looks ami is as fragrant as TwoXadles July By the capsizing of a skiff in the Allegheny river near Farentum last night two ladies were The Milwaukee Declares a Kurncil it 1urt A dispatch from Port received here to day states that the principal buildings iu that place were The total of the losses is about Will Soon Adjourn July The cabinet today decided to drop tho tithcsjind pass the minor bills and supply votes and then adjonru Irotcsting Agiilnst the iMcKinliy July The cuttlers of Sheffield have asked the mayor to pre side at a meeting called to protest against the McKinlcy Similar movements are on foot in Tiirmingham and South Snlfkliu Had an go across the street there comes and I dont want to meet youre not afraid of a little man like are you Thats it he knows hes so small that a decent man wont liic and ha presumes his Washington on tin1 hank and as tho water Is only a foot or two In depth it is thought he may have been overcome with the heat while ballilng alone and so tapCiH of criminal negligence Is reported from Arm strong GinmeM Last week a hoy was kicked in the head by a and the being Christian refused to sinniiionapliysi claiming W aeuro could not bo alleged on tlio After suitor ing a week fever sot in and the child A man named lying near JolfersoiUiadaclosoahavo or Ills llfotlio other Ho was blast ing some and whllo tamping the powder with a crowbar the charge ignited from a spark and an explosion took The crowbar Hew Into the just missing his face in its ascent and taking ott his leaving his hands in a badly lacerated XSAXK FROM a mill roller in the miller works at Ot while temporarily insane from the intense warm jumped from the second story window of his lodging house to the pavement below striking on his1 head and fracturing the Death resulted three hours after the Ho was thirtyfive years of ago and nn cone In from orchestra louden fofoj chcstral Tlio kept busy night and day to supply Tho young Germans They painted the put golden and led tho place with day declared r Signed the AngloGermim July Caprivi and for and Sir Malet and Sir Percy for have signed tho angloGerman OConnor Says lie was Itulrly July tlio oars admits lie was fairly beaten by Stansburg He declines to make further matches in The Ireiiiluiu on JBcJEXOS July premium on gold today is Uproar In July in the deputies today on second reading of the bill regarding the municipal Signers Jlmbrinant Jand complalsciji the debato How to Trent the me not at or all in bu the doctors entire cbnfldence in the medical adviser bo want cither write him note asking him to semi his pny it and do not send for him again or if tho case is a seri ous ouo suggest having a consultation and see whether the who is usually n mini approves the doctors Never consult two physicians at tho samo time without men tioning the fact to each todo so is a seri ous breach of medical etiquette and is con ilfiereda great slight to the one first con Louilou Tailors The London Tailors union has now a membership of over and has opened its doors to thousands of under hands strictly who are joyfully availing themselves of the opportunity of dating themselves with the more skilled element in their Emperor William has sent experts to examine the hygienic arrangements of the state mines at They are also to investigato the grievances of the miners smptojed Xew Way oC Holding From the They have a democratic way o Ing out justice In onoot the lions of Now York brought before a newlyelected the peace charged with vollatlnf J game there was some defect ln and tho defendants uttofltfL attention to this mid mm client be fj the seconded1 shouted the said tho continued the regularly moved and th the prissier bo Alf In aw of the motion say Tho and his attorney solemnly but voted was no and tho judge moment ot silence saidi carried and the prisoner is discfiargedjj Court immediately As OLD MANTAiuiKu old man named living near Dickinson was tendered a surprise party by his neighbors the other After receiving a severe horsewhipping ho was rigged out in a suit of tar ami feathers and ordered to leave the country within twentyfour illo was with extreme cruelty to his Saxe was treated in a similar jnanner a short time but failed to profit by A FATAL At Friday night Agnncs little threeyearold boy got it bottle of diluted solution of Atropia from oil the clock shelf and drank about half of its They did not think much about it at thot This moin Ing Doctors Jlanchestcr and THFanny were called in but they could do nothing for the little He died about noon The family are overwhelmed with A Disastrous Ifire July A disastrous lire is raging on the water front In a row of twostory corrugatediron covered Uoth sides of West street for two blocks were lined witb these build ings and it looks as if all would go The property immediately at stake is valued at half a Hlrf Susan Juno Wiu July Bud a nineteen year who1 came from committetljsuicido today br shootinghimself heart He went Into shooting gallery picked up with which hocom mittcdthc lid said his girt had gone back on You have heard yotit neighbors talking yourself be ono of the M from personal experience a thing it If you have e you are one of its i cause the wonderful thing a that when oncei New Discovery over in tho It you havonevetV and should be afflicted a conghij or any Lung or Chest secure a bottle at once and gtvejfc It is money Henrys drug U wont be tho faultof dcmocW newspapers If Speaker Reed come tho United They are constsin paying him the high W UJf itiss Willard program of the International Sunda School Bnyingoa margins is Fur fisb Deagan who lias swallowed Howowhow wow t t How d yez PattyJ Did He 5itr1Xy it ani either a feel Roiroi JtODOIi Tlie nipriaoiy d July VA of hard labor in reach the Hill Farm miners v has Impossible Wing by tha supreme eourtot The ot ehrcagojfnC has elegant rooms Washfiif for its the total Amount of HIM and imported h Canada8 white ThcyarembroAhumane aro more prompt sympathy ato more In a debatobriftlia Engiisji of i hitherto v discussion would penaionT
Once upon a time newspapers were our main source of information. Now those old newspapers are a reliable source for hundreds of years of history and secrets of the past. Now you can search for people, places, and events without the hassle of sorting through mountains of papers!
Newspaper Archive is the world's largest online newspaper database featuring over 130 million newspaper pages. Plus our database expands by one newspaper page per second for a total of around 2.5 million pages per month! The value of your membership grows along with it.
Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!
24 hours a day Monday-Saturday
Your full introductory membership payment will be credited toward the cost of full membership any time you choose to upgrade!
"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.
"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.
"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.