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   Burlington Hawk-Eye (Newspaper) - July 3, 1890, Burlington, Iowa                                jCttf UBLISHED v EECIM BUI PASSES Jitl Democratic Members fight the IjieasureToothana Toe Scaslon of Hie Amidst Great lai gallon and Beguiled Yeiu house rc imed the of the federal the pending question being offered by of requiring judges of ie circult court associated with the Jstrict judge to pass upon applications of said he was iniavor of the Mil so far as its scope was extend in the operation of supervisory He was opposed to It so far it to ootain federal control of ButJie nas opposed to the It sought to weaken JflieJawalrcadyonthe statute said that the prcseuted was whether eipeople wlio wereljy the constitu and laws to the right of should he protected in the Eandall offered an amendment of the circuit judges within one mouth after 1 of Uie to open a special of thcUrcuit court and said judges Jpshall appoint for judicial district three discreet persons of good character standing who shall he known as ud States juror It f shall be the duty of such commissioners and from time to male from qualified A a list of who under the laws of the Called States and state shall he eligible jporjury duty without respect to race or Hereafter all panels for he drawn by the board In the pres tnce of district or circuit judges plrSpringcr opposed the its purpose was to pack tlie juries of tlie country with icjmblican of made a vig f iorons speech in which he said the duty of She hour was for the representatives to invoke by law the strong right arm of Jederal and wicld it until jvcry jnan In hamlet aud pre i slnct in every state castand west should be free and protected to the fullest extent in the enjoyment of all immunities and franchises by 4lie constitution guaranteed to every American Republican ap i ItoweUs amendment was agreed to A good deal of confusion Jjfolkmed tho amid which several democrats were heard demanding ftheyeas and Thedemand finis not heard by the When pntawaitc called attention to the de anandlhe speaker expressed the opinion ilhat it came too Outhwaite hiin requested all favoring the demand to The entire democratic side rose but jlhe speaker ignored He liow if there were no objection the yeas and nays might he There bc dngno objection the speaker directed She clerk to call the amid a volley of itests from the democrats at being jjrantedjis a favor what they demanded The Rowcll amendment was nays Hemphill offered an amendment to section the purpose of which Amendment he to eliminate the proviso which empowered the super visors to use the army and said the amendment jwonldtakc from the president all the Tower he had to enforce judicial pro The hill would be destroyed if the government was deprived of tho right to use federal power to execute judicial processes under the proposed This was a bill looking to lonest votes and a fair count in every part and section of the American repub Kcpublican That was all there was of the bil No honest man could object to It was said that the iill would ho jost That statement assumed that ithrce hundred and thirty districts of ihecountry wouldinvoke the operation of and there was not a man who not know that not one hundred dis tricts would invoice its They iconld diminish the cost of the adminis of the few in thcratio iu which 4hey diminished fradulent false ballot hox stuffing and the sup pression of Republican would cost nothing if there was no need for This question would not Jest until justice was It was the duty of the nation to enforce tieconstitution laws of the United Let the gentlemen on the other side obey them as the republicans obeyed them for he told them the people ol the north would not permit votes in the south to count as many five votes in the Republican said the re jubhcaus like grasp the of the constitution and pull down flic hut like Samson would Tcrish in the If he could register in heaven he would ask not for extension of the boundaries or mul tiplication of territory not for flowing rivers and fertile but that the man laid violent hands upon the consti tution might drop dead as did the sacri liBious Jew who laid impious hands upon the ark of the Democrats ot made eloquent pleas in of the The hour of two oclock having the speaker de clared Hie previous qucstiou ordered on tueliill and tlie pending Swinger moved to lar the bill 6n 148 Springer changed Ms vote from toe affirmative to the negative in order a upon Motion of was laid upon the ta nays The vote then on HemphlUs amendment rel of troops at the polls was nays Springer having voted in Ahe neg iveforthe purpose moved to rccon the motion was Springer moved to lay the hill fipon the stating thatll former f notion was to table the bill and the Jading amendment T speaker ruled the motion out of Sprineer and the appeal laid on the nays Springer having voted in the af Erfflative moved Eii Grosvenor made the point of order SvtswasadnatOTy point n was sustained hy the but the speaker lined to entertain the Springer protested that this was aeirst time in the history of the gov nment that a motion to reconsider was buthis voicewasdrowned regular order from the re Springer moved to adjourn lost 13WS Dnl was ordered engrossed aud lathird nays of South to rcccommend the hill 8 nays Coleman and unackvoted with the democrats in Springer having nJnaie negative moved a reeonsid tion ikputhwait moved ansadjournment ruled out of order as the reading of was efiuid there i was a hurst of applause from the repub lican the derk beganTreadtag Two hours werp consumed in the read The then recurred passage of the As the call wasin pro gress tiiegrcatestintercst was maWfcsted n sides of the As Coleman of ast his voteivith the demo crats he wascgrceted with applause from that side of the house and the applause w as reinforced when Lehlback of New also cast his vote against the The repuhluans retaliated nf of Waddill of and Wilson of recorded votes in the affirmative cheer after cheer was The bill nays The house at THE American Merchant Marine Bills Cou slderedThe teRislaUxc Appropriation uiu senate from the committee on pub lic reported the senate bill to pro vide for the delivery of laud patents to their rightful and asked for its immediate After some discussion the bill It directs the secretary of the interior to send to the recorder of deeds in each city in which so patented lie the lists of land patents in that county that been 1n the general land office uncalled for for twelve months Hiscock called up his motion to reconsider the by which the senate yesterday refused to recede from the amendments to tho legislative appropna tion The motion was agree and after debate the senate receded from the The bill now goes to the The senate proceeded to the considera tion two senate bills reported from the committee on commerce to place the America merchant marine engaged In foreign upon an equality with that of other nations and to provide for ocean mail service between the United States and foreign ports and to promote com Frje said the first hill was a bounty on tounage and the second was known as the postal subsidy He de clared unless congress did something to aid American aud that there would soon not be a single steam ship line traversing the oceans carrying the American He was not going to discuss the tariff in con nection with the There referring to tho American carrying trade was the lead He wanted to know whether itwasworth while to resurrect Hand bring life into He could not under stand the innermost thoughts and feelings of the American citizen who could listen to a statement of facts about the foreign carrying trade and not feel an impulse to go back mce more on the where tho United States stood in such proud con spicnousncss thirty years The American carrying trade was dead for want of It was the only great American industry of which the same could he The people of the United States had paid fifty millions a year to keep alive the sugar growing in dustry of the United Six millions a year would revive the dead body of the American merchant marine and keep it on the Vest addressed the senate in oppo sition to the subsidy The foreign carrying power was languishing and al most But so was the cattle ind if he were to propose a subsidy or the cattle trade proposition would be attacked as tho most monstrous one ever He went on to speak of the Pan American congress as a a jack was half made up vhcn the Harrison administration came nto existence and the restless and am jitious spirit of the present secretary of state seized upon it and concluded to parade it before the country as great and phenomenal diplomatic The leaders of tho rc lubliean party had always advocated the necessity of doing away with foreign But a sudden and marvelous hange had The senator from Maine wanted to give subsidies to vesels n foreign trade so as to bring about in creased not only in South Ameri can but also with all European countries and the world at The Vest of subsidizing any par ticular line was to discourage all Vest yielded thcfloor without conclud ng his and Fryc said he hoped a have the senate act tomorrow on both as he intended to call up the river aud harbor bill After an executive the senate PANAMERICAN The ATatter of Postal and Commercial Coiutiiunlcutloit ivitli South July Har rison today sent to congress a message ransmitting a letter from Secretary Elaine upon the reports adopted by the anArnerican conference respecting ostal and cable communications be the United States and the ports of Central and South In his ctter the secretary says in part The representatives in various countries com mend the cooperation of various coun rles for the establishment of one or more subsidized steamship lines of the irst class between San Francisco and Valparaiso and intermediate ports each country to pay its share proportionate to Between the United Slates aud the ports of Uraguay and Argentine Republic it is recommended a fast subsidized line be established and an auxiliary slower line between the United States and to stop at minor The in his says he cannot too strongly urge upon congress the necessity of giving this sub ect immediate and favorable considera and making adequate appropriations o carry the recommendation into effect and in this connection calls attention to what was said oh the subject in his an mal THE SILVEE Conferees and Adjourn With out July conferees on the silver bill met this morning aud spent an hour discussing the differences jctwcen the two They finally adjourned to meetagain tomorrowmorn The house conferees brought to the meeting a copy of the bill as it passed and this formed a basis of whatever discussion took A great portion of the one of the conferees was spent in general talk upon the subject with no definite proposition be fore PATRIOTIC An Kflbrt to Have the Idaho and Wyom ing Bills Signed on the July National American Womans Suffrage Associa and the National Womans Chris tian Temperance Union called upon the president today and asked him to sign the Mil providing for the admission of the state of Wyoming into the union on the Fourth of The Wyoming bill pro vides for political equality without dis tictiou of and the advocates of woman suffrage say that they desire to celebrate the Fourth of July in honor of the beginning of tlie true repub for whiuh the day is always comemo It is the intention to have the Wyoming and Idaho hills sent to Cape May where the president will pass the and request him to sign them Hayes Kenouilnated for July Hayes was renomlnated oy second democratic tion WHO MURDERED JOHNS The Notorious Hardin County Jrag edy Again Revived Jc A History of the Charges Ituckshot op Foboii Cause the Advancedstate IChicago Daily News MASON July no torious Hardin county tragedy of seven years which resulted in the death of five men and an endless amount of has not yet been and facts which have been brought to light during the last two weeks have not only revived interest in the but this interest has assumed tangible shape and it is understood that detectives have been set to w ork to unravel the Henry Johns who was killed in Hardin county fixe years was an and his am bition was to He had urged and tried in every way to them attend school and fit themselves for higher offering to send them to Europe and elsewhere to ac complish this but to no became furious and went to Marshalltown and made his leaving thing but what would lawfully go to his wife to found a public and soon after made this fact known to his family in an indiscreet fit of In less than a months time he was mur Hetvasarelatheof the Rams bargers aud was his estate being something over It will he remembered that heWas shot at and slightly wounded while going home one night and lie did not die for two weeks or and then was reported to have died from the shock though the doctor who attended him had said the wound in the arm Was slight and pro nounced him as even past needing atten when he suddenly Charges were and many believ ers were found that the hand that failed to kill by a charge of buckshot adminis tered The real motive for tak ing his life has greatly puzzled the On the one side the Rainsbargers charge that he was killed by their enemies in order to break up a strong moneyed al liance which they had with But It was well known that he held on to his money aud would in no wise aid It is that iu tlie hands of his heirs the estate would be more easily placed at their So this theory was soon The enemies of the Rainsbargers charged that with Johns out of the the estate in whole or a large come to the friends acid aid them in extricating Frank and Nate from the penitentiary and aid the others in their nefarious In support of this last theory comes a prominent at torney of who gives the will history and a motive that has never before been made The will has never been brought to Who killed Henry and the he a matter of renewed inter est and That these facts have not long been developed is account ed for by the fact that professional se crecy has but recently been removed from the lips of the attorney referred to HIS BRAINS DASHED A Distressing Accident iu a Davenport Special to the July morn ing a most distressing accident occurred in the machine shop of the Davenport Foundry and Machine The victim was Emil an aged sev enteen He was working at the plainer and took hold of the chain that Wangled from a ponderous iron tackle olock swung over his and used in hoisting heavy castings to the machines for intending to move the block to one side by pulling it along its ovcr tiead The nuts that held its bolts in place had become loosened and just then they dropped off and the whole four or five hundred pounds in fell upon his head a distance Lwelve The boys brains were dashed out and spattered over the planer and the blood poured from his v mouth and nose in He was dead at the SLICED OFF HIS A Kurstinc Saw Instantly Kills Taylorat July Batehelder Welles upper saw mill yes Lcrdayo afternoon one of the rotary saws burst and the largest of the frag ments struck James of n tho His head was nearly sev ered from the body and death was instan Taylor was 21 or 22 years of He was the main support of his who is a Xo others were THE The Omaha and Council IMuus Assem blies in Session afc Council July 1S90 session of the Omaha and Council Bluffs Chautauqua assembly began yes terday The outlook thisyear Is favorable for a successful session un less some unforeseen disaster should oc A large number of cottages have been erected on the grounds by parties from this city and Omaha and there are about 200 tents put up for the accommo dation of those who wish to stay during Lhe The for today opened in the afternoon at S when theRogers hand the open ing Followingthis was the first meeting of the Chautauqua un der the direction of The repular opening of the literary part of the program last night consisted of vesper prayer by Stephen the addressof welcome by Mayor and brief congratulatory address by the president of the OXcill Will Get the Sioux gentleman who is connected with the finances of the Pacific Short Line says that the shops of that company will be located neither at Sioux City nor hut at He states that temporary shops may be put in at out affirms positive ly that the permanent shops will be at Will Defray Smiths Special to THE DES July executive committee today passed necessary lutions to defray the expenses of Spencer president of the railroad commis who will appear before the inter state commerce commission July Sth in behalf of the Iowa interest Aliens Cannot Acquire loiva lEcal Special to The DES July Kava of the district ren dered an important decision in which he holds that aliens cannot acquire by in heritance any Bright or tenure to real estate in Republican Jnly republican judicial convention held at Crcston yes terday afternoon nominated Tow riery of and of Corydon for judges of third judicial dis Jumped His DES July Is the name of an individual who is being pursued by police and his Some timeagojhere sided with his wife nearVan He was assaulting the appcalejtto the supremo court and was held under appeal He got bonds and skipped tho He was seen by tho police here this morning aud closely but finally escaped and is still HE PIED THE f Desperate Actions of an ExEditor at t Special to The J July time of Dow started a paper in by the name of the Spectator iu connection with his home It ran very smoothly until about the fourth when he sold out both offices to one of He then forbade Jlclntoali taking possession of the Dow City office and finally caused Mclntoshs He tried to gain pos session of the Dunlap but fail became Last night Nichols arrived from Dow City broke fnto the Spectator nailed fast the doors and declared himself in Typj was set and in tho form for Wednesdays issue and he pro ceeded to run it In the shape of a pi All the tipe were scattered on the floor and into a large heap then he began demolishing the The city marshal took possession of a warrant and he e bonds for his appcrancc The se curity shape ofa draftfor now several of his creditors ha c put an attachment on the May Crawfish on the Joint Jtate Special to The DLS July railroad commissioners today made the switching charges which they heretofore fixed in separate a general order to apply to all They also appear to be getting ready to break down on their joint rate schedule recently promulgated They jesterday wrote to chairman of the western freight asking him to sug gest to them a scheme for a division of joint charges between the interested carriers upon the basis of a percentage plan like that They seem to be afraid that as the schedule as at present fixed be held unfair in many particulars and fear that injunc tion proceedings will be instituted generally throughout the Seventh Congressional Special to The DES July republican congressional convention of the seventh district will be held hero The delegates from some counties are at the hotels There will be but little opposition tothe nomination of exLieu tenant Governor Hull and on the secoud ballot it will bo made Every one seems pleased at the prospect and confident that Hull will carry the district with even larger majority than did Conger two years which at that time was one of the largest majorities this district ever gave llaulaii and Hosuier at Sioux Sioux July Uanlan and George the noted single scull are in the city for their race July Hanlan weights 170 pounds and Hosmer The course will be a mile and a half and the start and finish being opposite the club house and the turn at the The winner will take of the purse and the loser PROM LockedOut cloakmakers York A Sad leath from Census Items July in tensely heated spell of the last week has advanced the corn and at the same time made mourning and sorrow iri the Death came with the Three men in this county died by sun In one instance the surround ing circumstances peculiarly The dead man was the head of a family they were Only a week ago they had arrived in this now land far from the The father went forth to plow the first days work in America and his last on for in an hour he was The hopes of a family withered by the fierce rays of the and the happiness of a home In spite of the heat the census Frank enstein has continued upon his work to putting impertinent questions in a lead ing form to the sovereigns of this station and they have replied in a manner satis factory to if not likely to meet the requirements of exact The enumerator here refuses to divulge the population of our but it will not bo far from This is only 000 short of the usual claim and hence does not implicate us in very heavy mun The gain in five years will be at least which shows that we are steady and even Unlike other large cities of the as Du Des et wo are not claimingthat the enumerator overlooked or though wo be lieve he did not visit the hotel registers every day and make a copy of the re and ho has entirely over looked a populous cem But we do not bank on our dead for living One of our early and leading Albert died suddenly last He was a man of consider able of much native ability and good business From a little he had built up a large farm of nearly a thousand well stocked and thoroughly cared He was ono of those men whose presence give the lie to the political claptrap that our fanners are all standing candidates for the poor The city fathers in their capacity and official dignity as the board of have fulminated their decree of git to the slaughterhouses within the corpo rate Their afore mentioned sickening to tLj olfactories of our their ugliness is a damage to our their filthincss is a quietus upon our desire for the juicy porterhouse or delicious mutton chop avaunt from our swell and thought The action of republican conven tion both in its promulgation of articles of faith and opinion and in its choice of candidates receives the hearty endorse ment of all republicans The gaps in the ranks are the solid front presented to the foe badcs no good to but only to the There will be accidents in Vale Bois The shades of another of disparo are fast settling down as a shroud npon democracy The Fourth is going to be observed here with Quarker No glowing no reading declarations of in no brass no We simply thank God and the fathers for our and fish and en joy bouiitious The children will shoot fire crackers and A Cunreh Dedicated at Correspondence of The HawkEyeO June June the new Christian church of this place was dedicated by Elder Hag gard of Excursion trains were run on the and and Wabash and an immense crowd was present at the dedication The building would not seat half the people had been erected around and adjoining the church and numerous well filled baskets on the grounds was good evidence that the visi tors did not go The people of the Christian church of this city have good reason to be proud of the beautiful structure they have reared and which has their cn remainbrightand untarn Awful Scenes of With rFamilies Ham Xothlnc With Which to lluy Food or Satisfy Their t f YORK July so weakened by hunger that they stagger when they walk children crying in vain for something to eat arc scenes to be seen among the locked out cloak Not a few of the and women and their families have for nearly two weeks lived on only bread and Men with haggard faces and eyes wild with hunger are to be seen by the scores around the headquarters of the union on Forsythe Girls who were once pretty mingle with them at but hunger and privation have driven all traces of beauty from their faces Since last Saturday in all 00 has been received to he distrib uted among the distressed and w hen it is taken into consideration that this was divided among the majority ofj whom havelargo it can well be imagined how much priva tion must A more un complaining set ot people is seldom Scarcely can a word of complaint be heard from them except in a quiet way to the leaders m the Rent day has and the anxiety has been added to by the expected ar al of the landlords agents to collect the THE DOUBLE SITE The Worlds Fair Wilt be Situated oil Lake Front and July worlds fair national commission this afternoon formally accepted the joint con sisting of the Lake Front and Jackson Park as the location for the Columbean by a vote of 7S to This conclusion was not reached without much in when the up the opponents of this asoffered by the local board of seemed to number about as many as the advo cates of resolutions and amendments of individual commis were offered after the com missioners had listened to a detailed ex planation by the a vote was taken on theproposition to accept the sites as with the result above this matter came a communication was received from the National Dairy asking such special consideration be given to that interest as its financial magnitude war RAILROAD Tlie Sioux City and Northern Will Not Itulld tlie Sioux July an inter view Traffic Manager Mahony of the Sioux City Northern railroad positively denies the truth of the report that that company will build a line 100 miles to con nect with the Missouri Pacilic at Iapil lion He says that his com pany does not contemplate building that That Mew Special to Tho July mass meeting have been held at and Hamilton to discuss matters Kcokukand Chicago railroad as alleged to be built from Quincy to While many doubt that the road will ever be yet iu looks now as if the scheme will It is thought the Santa Fc is into the The incornora tors of the hew road say it willbe Wrestling Witli July Central traffic association today held a meeting to dis cuss the tangle of eastern After much fruitless dickering it was decided to refer the mater back to the presidents of the trunk None of the roads have yet taken notice of the Grand Trunks 27 cent rate and the assertion is made that tlie road has no intention of putting into effect rates less than 30 A special committee of the western frieght association today a scale of rates on a basis of 70 cents first class from Chicago to Missouri river points 40 cents to Paul and Minne apolis and graded rates to It also recommends that the lines west of the Mississippi river Ignore the long and short haul clause on Paul business to preserve a 70 cent basis to the Missouri This plan failed of and after much talk the meeting adjourned until THE FIRE Toys Go Lp in Smoke at Sioux Sioux July last night gutted nthe wholesale toy store of Guenter and the furnishing store of The loss on the firstnamed stock was about fully covered by Moore carried in surance aud his loss will be fully Durstons china store Lindholms furniture store were by water and The Loss at Jnly fire last night destroyed property valued 000 insurance Feabody Institute July In stitute at Danvers burned to the ground this GRATEFUL The Torrid Weather a Thing of the Fast for the July long long delayed and earnestly wished for cool wave has bringing relief to the sweltering of the At nine oclock this mgijning the signal service thermometer marked 08 or a drop of nearly 20 since yes The UunbarMiiie July work of smothering putting out the fire in the Farm Hill mine commenced The coroners inquest over the bodies of the two men brought out of the slope will be gin Relief is needed here for the twentyone widows and seventy seven orphans of the victims of the ex as there is much Special to The Gun club has been reorganized and suit able grounds and buildings The first shoot was held this afternoon at which good scores were made by Colonel John Edward James Boswell and Clay pigeons were Ice Cream Analyzed by the Health NEW July health board is today engaged in making an analysis of samples of ice cream which poisoned the residents of Sunday and Monday It is reported today that allthe patients who were inflicted are out of and that no new cases of pensioning arc J rrjlhe Mob at broke gaf and fired revolvers c the insertion into their platform iof a resolution submitting ttoithe people again of licensoor prohibit tion jjThejEesolution was adopted after astormy to Following of was by the July President in the following nomina Charles of to be gen eral appraiser of merchandise Bunder the provisions of the act of congress approved June Charles to be surveyor of cus toms for the port of AndrewjPanl Dixon to be Indian agnnt of the f Crow and Xower Brule agencyJnSouth v Storuin in electric and rain storms prevailed in western Pennsylvania and eastern Ohio Dispatches from various points in particularly In the vicinity of ZanesvUle and report great damage by the which followed the severe 5ne of last Railroads are generally washed out and there is much loss to private Mountain July second day of the Eocky mountain carnival was more successful even than the The principal event was a tilting match at the tourney grounds this parj ticipated in by twelve knights magnifi cently arrayed in This evening at the royal ball is in progre it being oneofthe most brilliant events ever seen SpitterB Special to The July the late Adam Spitter leaves to the Methodist Episcopal church of 5500 towards educating the North American He left other sums of money and property to The Lottery Struggle Over BATON July senate to the lottery bill were concurred in Jbv the house today by a vote of 6S to struggle is now over as the billcau be passed the governors should one be writ Kansas Citys July taking of the censuswas practically finished yester count shows the city to have a population of an increase of 130 per Governorlifcr Cues July ac companied by of theBloom ingtou arrived here this morn He is on his way to northern Wis consin on a fishing Drowned While July of and Miss of while boating on Moon river yesterday were carried over the falls and The fast Louis Strike LoTjisr July strike of the East Louis plat form men is over and business is fully Drowned While July a boy of was drowned while swimming in the Mississippi last NEWS FROM A Oniet for the Fourth Correspondence of The July very quiet in our little city just atpres ent Our people arc resting up and preparing to have a big blowout the Weather has been extremely warm hut has turned somewhat cooler Mace has moved his old store build ing on his vacant lot near CRussells residence and is having it repaired as a dwelling Itayard West who has been serving as telegraph operator at Bloomfield has re turned home on a short Holbert went to Coatesville Fri Law was in Bloomfield Fri Hugh Brunn is home on a We noticed Auditor Willett on our steeets Young was in the city Wed Waldridge and daughters have returned home from Des Mrl Waldrich is visiting the family of The little child of and Howill of the died Monday of Sedan was in the Several of the young folks drove out to Whites Saturday evening last and spent the All a very enjoyable time and the universal verdict is that Miss Ell the cake as a We understand the sheriff of Appanoose county was in town Saturday after some of our original package NEWS NOTESFROM THOSE Low Conductor Schoonerberger of the Illinois Central was struck iu the back of the neck instantly while walking towards the caboose with his back towards a BY an aged living near fell from his wagonthe other day about miles north of the He was found lying by the roadside and taken He was evidently overcome by and died yesterday He was about seventy years DES MOIXES Brandt assumed the duties of postmaster of DCS Moincs He settled in DCS Moines in aud has ever since been one of its most prominent He was a member of the legislature from Polk county In and served as depu ty state treasurer from 1807 to BICYCLING FOR bicy and passed through Jefferson bound for the Pacific coast via the Black Hills and Yellowstone They started from April and expect to bo in October Their Is for and both have en joyed good A CONDUCTOR warrant has been swornout at New against Conductor of the Kanias City for ejecting from the train a stock buyer of that Philip Tierney claims that the agentrefused to sell him a there fore he claims the conductor had not the rightto collect the ten cents extra under the rules of the company where fare is paid on the As he desired tomake a test he refused to paysthe ten cents and was ejected from the He will prosecute thecase to the highest The conductor will also probably be prosecuted forrresisting the officers who served tho warrant on Syrup of Produced from the laxative and nutri tions juice of California combined with the mcdieinaF virtues of plants known to be the most beneficial to the human acts on the kid liver the dispelling colds and curing habitual consti He has the whenhe kills ie V by the name fromitheroof of house in Ees andsustained a serious the MeKinley Injure Her Betallatory Tarlir Calue likely to Be DefeatedHome Rule Cause a Split III ScotchLib ft i V Jnly is becom ing alarmed at the prospect of damage to her trade through the operations ot the McKinley bill and a retaliatory tanft on American goods Is the favorable remedy Sheffield takes the lead to the agitation which Is springing up and a monster requisition signed by thous ands of citizens calls upon the mayor to convene a mass meeting to protest against the The general belief is that the bill would parctically prohibit the sale of Shffield cutlery In the United Wolverhampton and other manufacturing cities are tak up the cry and even London always the last to feel the throb of a great popular is beginning to stir Many members of irrespect ive of are active in the agitation and at the present rate of progress it will have assumed such proportions by the opening of the next session of par liament that the government cannot fail to notice It may turn out to be the means of getting the ministry out of the bad predicament into which recent parliamentary mishaps have thrown The BarrowinFurness which takes place is awaited by all England with great Lord Randolph Churchill has gone to support tory and denounces Caine with a vigor which throws William OBrien into the He compares Caine to his namesake who slew his exasperated at Gladstones desertion of and seeing certain defeat staring him in the bitterly attacks the grand old admits that he and other unionists are anxious for the The tor asking who these other unionists and saying that the sooner they get out the There is a strong sus picion that Chamberlain is one of but Canes bad scrape will deter him from taking any The liberals have strong hopes of Duncans If this should occur it would be the worst blow the tories have received in any of the The government has an nounced the dropping of the tithes the only remaining miriistersal and its intention to press for an early Home rule Ideas have been making steady progress in Scotland for some years especially in the highland where an agrarian system closely resembling that of Ireland presses heavily on the It has been here tofore confined to theoretical discussions in the newspapers and on the lecture and its chief prophet has been Gladstones Professor Recently the idea has made such head way that a serious split in the ranks of the Scotch both in and out of is A portion of them insist upon home rule for Scotland as the prominent plank In their platform The while accepting the principle of home are of the opinion that the present is not an opportune time for pressing But the Scotch are the most practical and levelheaded people in the three and will find a way of adjusting their differences so as not to endanger liber J The trouble between Premier Crispl and the Roman and with the whole radical party in is grow ing more serious from day to The scene in the Italian chamber yesterday was very and Ricciotti Gari who will offer himself for and will undoubtedly be triumphantly The protest of the Romans is against Crispis attempt to deprive the capital of selfgovernment by placing the management of its finances in the hands of a parliamentary Turkeys difficulties are assuming a more serious and the finger of Russia is plainly in Armenia and in The latter island is prac tically ina state of and Armenia seems to be on the verge of a war of races that will give Russia a pre text for GLADSTONES Liberal Defeated in the at July parliamentary election at BarrowinFnrness the outcome of which was looked forward to with mneh interest and considerable anxiety by all resulted in a vic tory i for the Gladstonian candi The vacancy was caused by the resignation of liberal who wished to test the feeling of his constituency regarding the licens ing clauses of the local taxation bill re lating to compensation of and who resigned just before the clauses re ferred to were dropped by the govern The vote was Glad conserva liberal In 1SSG Caine was elected by against for home rule BENERAL FOREIGN the Confesses Uift July who was re cently arrested in on a charge of murder and brought this today made a full confession to the A Servian Consul July consul of Ser via at Marivko has been The affair is being investigated by the Herr Prellerv of July chief editor of the Hamburg is 3otHave Signed July yesterdays Co lonial banquet Herr Wolf said Prince Bismarck declared he would never have signed snch a treaty as the AngloGer man The German July after hard fighting in subdued the and hoisted the German Hag at Kut One Have July of the powers represented at the antislavery confer ence with the exception of has been granted a delay of have signed the general Memendez was CITY July Dies the Guatemalan minister in forms an Associated Press correspondent he has received a telegram from his gov ernment announcing that President of San was assassi nated and did not die a natural In the the people of San Salvador are protesting against the usurpation of power of General L t i the State at called t i T Aftcrjj reqessf exPostmasteiplJarrltr ventlondeclaresnecessarylbanotJjftaril and pride to the administratlonC challenges son of the fidelity and of that vacilIationTandscorrnptsurroandIngs thatmw In power favors such poll with regardto the coinage wiU keep gold and silver coin fi or treasury notes redeemable In thesame declares that the rfghtpl be apprenticed to subject to of denoui the unequal apportionment of dlsfa for the election of r The closing resolution readsr cept the issue of tenderejUjyj the late republican convention arraign the republican party nsurpationot powers in the adminlstra tion of the federal government whlc the peopte of the Stateshave no for dictator the chair oLthet the federal house of representativesvtfiS power to legislate for the of the whole people for its gard for the provisions of the civil secy ice which the president of itschoice had solemnly pledged to Itsi failure to fulfill its promises to ably discharged soldiers of the J for its ciaseless efforts promote sectional strife and the tranqnllity of the country for its and reckless of public moneys for Its passage through the house of representatives of a tariff bill which increases the taxes on reduces only those laid npon luxj and calculated to promote and foster for its failure to enforce laws against the importation of contract and pauper laborers for its attempt to pass a federal election to excite race and finally and especially for its indifference to the rights of labor its defeat of labor bills in the last legis lature its failure to enforce articles 1C and 17 of the constitution by proper leg its corrupt methods m popular elections and its cringing subservience to a party boss who stands mute before the most terrible inculpation ever charged against a public The platform was unanimously edand nominations The nomi nees for governor were Robert Patti Robert and Chauncy Black Before the roll call was finished on the first ballot it was apparent that Paulson who was a great favorite was nominated and as soon as the was announced the nomination was made The nominations for lieutenantgovernor resulting in the presentation of names of Chauncy Eobert Hannibal Black received majority on the first and his nomi nation was made WmBar clay of Pittsbnrg was chosen for secre tary of internal affairs by DISGRUNTLED Their Conventionat Roclc Any thing But Correspondence of Tira July dem ocratic party have had their side so far this county is They held their county convention today There is the fact that more than onehalf of the party are dis gusted with the work of the delegates who were sent In the convention to rep resent The republicans county are not worrying one whit and are only too glad at the choice of the which will be to better ment of the republican There is nothing selfish about the republicans of Island they to see the other side their feet in it and make will rebound to the interestof so called by the W an oldtime democrat and L deputy was sent to roost ically for four CD a recent candidate of this city and a hotel for Blandlngv an oldtime democrat and a man who would not consideration voter for an angel unless he was bespattered with The republican nomi Lncious will his wings November Charles of a was nomi nated for couuty clerk in opposition to Hjalwak the republican They thought there was no earthly hopes for the party unless an indifferent and the only way was to put Swede against but thevotes are counted on election the democratic party will that the Swedes are to the republican and will not ccpt an uncertainty or an man 31 for a position of the republican has been a faithful deputy county clerk for eight has the confidence good will of the people outside of therepublican and will have trie his partyto a man Bonner received the empty honors T of the nominee of the party for county treasurer the DCS Homes Dont betray an early friend b ting down the maple tree on your The maple tree and grew affording the only protection from the bleak northwest It your first unless you had the i It is a pretty tree It body is not and its branch arc easily broken by the of the But it has been withal you in sunshine and recurring spring it has thereby shaded you it has your neighborhood picnics it shut out the summer sun M fourth of July It has been the only shade about yourschool on the The country has had a benediction of shade frdm i J spreading The black the the the hickory and trees that are now coming on are handXfJ some and and In giving a the Iowa mapleshould In the name of the sacred relations the old be Let the maple STRAYED OB Instead of fee a bridegroom the other day tothe divine who officiated set of mehts and an ecclesiastical ring engraved on the Inside to commemorate V It is estimated that the regular inso companies of the United StatesVvilEJ disburse during 1S90 thcssum of 000 In endowment It is an average of SI000fc everyminnte In theyeaf A weak galvanic sometimes cure may begen crated by sldeof the gunT and a piece of the acidulated watcrVlll increase rafssioner of worlds fair directors forthe prlvilegeot L havinga fountainof pure nativewiniat the IfcuW hej 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