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   Burlington Hawk-Eye (Newspaper) - July 4, 1890, Burlington, Iowa                                KeMm fr tic Third of Starg and rlpexmttio Capitol XI frrTf presjdeut signed Jiicact Jor the admission of Idaho a state at ten this morning The reason Jor the presidents action 3n signing the Idaho bill iodav was an ODC prcsidcni it seems that a new star should be placed upon the American fla each new state on tlie fourth of Julv succeeding its admission to the union the dde MB said at any explanation to decide whetlicr to it once and get the f Dnbois and ll Aras forh Itbree stars are due upon 2 1 4f Strlpek Wjl July stars and vm float over the capitoLto li is a singular fact that never ieforehas the flag floated on of that building except when contrrcss was actually in The new seigeiiiitrataruis of the sen haxlng becomeaware of this state of called Senator tngalls attention to the The conference resulted in Senator who is president pro directing the national colors to be flung to the the Fourth of To run Hie Hags np on the regulation flagstaff is impossible ou account of the rules of the senate and the so there has been put in place at the foot of the dome four llagstaffs pointing east and west Fronj each will suspend a twentvfivc foot United States Blaine Enters Into an With July agreement has been entered into by Secretary Elaine and the Mexican minis providing for the reciprocal crossing ol the international boundary line bv troops of the United States and the pubhc of when in close pursuit of hostile The i eeiproeal cross ing agreed upon shall only occur In un populated or desert parts of said bound In no case shall theforccsof the two countries respectively establish or remain in foreign terri to e n ion dollars from the citizen dollars Justly and without understood one the house of the citizens un any authority The some prcscntadjuinistnT I40ii the numberof undelivered patents been reduced by some sevcuu thou The senate bill 10 establish a United States land court was then discuss hi wllcn the ostal hip subsidy bills came Vest continued his arguments He was s as e back tuc e United States on the and to The National ComiutaiTimiAdjourns To Day to Meet Aeain in October Xeit Comlttecs on Titles and session of the worlds national fair com mission ended A recess Deing taken until October At me morning session communication vas read from Colonel represent ing the mining interests of Colorado asking the appointment of a committee to confer with the local rcgardin the proposed mineral The hibit is to bo under the walls of the being formed of various mineral ores arranged as found in the at was referred to the com mittee on mines and A rcsolu iing satisfaction of the V financial report of the local organization was adopted after considerable The question of appropriation for the of lady managers was referredto a A new committtec UC vwhcrevcr and wheiicverfibppor tunity f f The present agitation of thdfIottery question but brings outiu In wardness thcVextrembly selfish and in consistent nature of thedcmocratlcparty as it want and will is Theyftknow thatVthevlottery a reserve fund ohiot less than they know by excludlug therepublican voies on as they of some being of the colored can make great hapls from the lottery against the open the ports of South Am eric to ut tllc ut tllc as also the means whereby to briii bout that The senator from aine Frye wanted He about Ma est ojiposed them in loto He Vest went on to speak of the late anAii cr can conference and sent to the clerks desk desk the New referring to a Buenos Aj res correspondence to show what Sen i and motive power and consisting of eight commis on titles and local facilities to which will be referred all questions about transportation was announced as follows Com missioners Uutt Urahiard and committee Smaller and and it is them of aught but purepeKonai selfaggrandizement and By barring the icpublicanvoielthey hold every advantage they havctby any and all available meanssecuredand make it tV The question will in a few days hav e a more decisive we all know which way the decision will be we will await same and can then speak more inVPlant O The hy the American Company of liana Murdered on L Near LABOR New Tallori and Cloak SlakeL on eight Oil lor iitine delegates to thought of the conference of Ulaine and the United States As soon as the clerk nnishcd reading this very caustic criti Hawley asked Vest whether he knew who wrote and whether it was quite fair and decrees to have mess of irresponsible the gentlemans printed such a blackguard isii Vest replied L f tory for any time longer than is tary to make pursuit of the band whose trail they follows Qnorum in the July senite amendment to ihe Wjoniing admission bill would have been concurred in todav hy the house had a ijuorum been The point of no quorum was made and of ajipealed to the house to permit the adoption of the conference report on the District of Columbia ap propriation bill and the concurrence in the 10 the Wyoming bill without the point of no quorum bein saying he would move an ment immediately The house adjourned The Wyomin act was enrolled ready for TheCrusicr July sccretaiy of the navy teday received the official report of the board appointed to try the It says the aver age speed during the run of four hours was knots per hour and that dur ing tlie trial the engines and boilers worked in the most satisfactory The report says the vessel is iu all re spects complete and ready for delivery in accordance with requirements of the con with certain slight TJic Irosideiit for Cajie July president left here for Cape May this afternoon after having been informed that the leg islative appropriation bill would not be 1 readv for his action until next Joint Resolution July president hasapproved ihe joint resolution ex tending the unexpended balance for let ter carriers for compensation un ler the eight hour law to June Another Fruitless Silver July una vailing conference over the silver bill was held this An adjourn ment was taken at noon until Saturdav l General July president today sent to the senate the nomination of Adam of to be consul general at Secretary Itlaincs Blame left Washington iht afternoon for liar name was given iu the communication reaffirm what 1 said the man who speaks as he does of an honorable gentleman and who says of American colleges that decrees can be obtained for says willfully that which is is the secretary of a so ciety iu Bueuos Aycrs and accompanied the delegation from the Argeutine Re public to this PanAmerican you may add to that discretion that he is a liar and a black article is a criticism of a public and I had it read to show the impression made upon a promi nent who attended that conference in respect to the personal of conference and its It was in order to show that no wining and no public ex nothing but selfinterest would affect our commercial relations with the people of South I have had article read as a communication published all over the country and in South America to show that the men who came here from South American are among the shrewdest and most f arseeingmerchauts of the world and that when by any international American conference or by any other spectacular seek to draw them away from self we are simply fooling our selves and throwing away the money of the Vest went ou to say if the subsidy system was it should be made The rattle raisers should be If he wanted to emascu late and enervate the he would teach them to depend upon ihe govern of addressed the senate in opposition to the which The conference report on the agricul tural appropriation bill was presented and agreed Adjourned till THE Just how much of the fait will be lo cated on the lake front is apparently still an open The this evening says a con flict of authority as to appointment of director scneral arisen between tne national commission and the local the latter claiming the riht under the articles of while the former claim the authority r ler the act of congress iu relation to thu fair had interviews with a numl her of commissioners on the the general concessions of whose views is to the efleet that while the act does not give authority in expressed terms it docs so by of San holds that the commis sion has undoubted authority and thinks who was director general of the Philadelphia is the most desirable man for ihe OLD Iteilnioo of I he Army of the at July one thousand members of the Association of Army of the Including all the leading officers of the organization are here in attendance upon the annual Hannibal Hainliu was icceivcd with tremendous applause and held quite a reception ou the After General July Rosen berg and a crowd of about thirty other striking tailors visited the tailoring slfop of Samuel Billot today and began an in discriminate attack upon wife and workmen iu the Dillol fired into the crowd and shot Rosenberg in the inflicting a serious and probably fatal Cloak July crowd of about two hundred striking cloak makers gathered about ot two of the largest shops of the kind in city as thu cmplojes weie going to work this morn The strikers tried to get the em to quit work and as they would assaulted A fight between the two bodies became general and be fore the police dispersed the crowd many were The Atneriean Sew July American 77 v July the Davenport Glucose Manufacturin corn ftany sold Its plant the largest of BtrffahV tothe Ainericau Preservers of soonto remove to The consideration is stood to one million one hundred and uf ty thousand The greater part of this amount was paid instock of the Amencan waVa The glucose and company are consolidated with the American company which is capitalized at two and works hero will be enlarged to con sume eight thousand bushels of corn a day and the preserving business will be established Davenport our of the nine directors and remains superintendent of these works and assistant manager of the entire The American Pre servers company is a consolidation of all the jelly manufacturers in the country and has long been a heavy buvrr from the Davenport loyalty to our That as a bod we also nlalgr ourselves to loyalty to mncb nonpurtlsan ofjcT C constitutional npusan i That we extend to the peopleof Keokufcfor their very cordial reception and hospitable entertainment and for tie use of this hearty thanks and best wShw amiprosperity Inall rood Will be CSpccial to Till July In ihe house this morniug of Massachu THE AUvclySessloiiTlie Other In tin senate messagefrom asiothe Indian lands in Kansas postal and cable communication between the United Mates and ihe LathiAmerican states the celebration of ilnfouith centennial of the diseoveiyof America and as to the agreement between Clierokce commission and the Iowa Indians in Indian territory WIK and Allion movtd atljoui nnient today bo until Plumb offered a resohitlon which was agreed to calling on the secretary of war for information as to whether Articles are being nianufSctured at any of the nationaf military houses that come in competition with private and if the reason and authority there Plumb also offered a resolution directing the secretary of the interior to norm the senate whether he has Knonled of any actual or pro Posed by the Union Pacific Ilailroad Company of oonus or stocks of any other especially those of the Ore company and the Denver and South Park railroad company Aether the Union Pacific was paid out j earnings or the s inaehtedncss or any part thereof of those Or other companies and if so whether guarantee or or is ftin accordance with the law and consist opt with the obligations of the Union Pacific to the United i Edmunds suggested to add to the resolution tlie words And that theee of the interior eommunicate all ation in possession of Ms the 1lum1 accepted Butler sarcastically suggested 6 secretary of the interior aJso rc any knowledge why the doeSMOt proceed to the considera Deport of the select com acific He sup caucus ias acted on the mat i s lcd to a tnt between Butler jana Edmunds which consumed some Edmunds said so far as he was oula oc Slad to have tlie the call to know Department 3s in that at least aided railroads since the passage of the act deliberately discharged oJisIn respect of the incrcas BflbhgatiousandjnaTnuK jf inspltcof with Imposed i ihere had not asked for a reprint of the federal election bill with marginal of demanded the regular Lodge thought there was no neces sity to get cross about the JSogcrs said ihe house had had enough of the of responded thatthe democrats might get more of Lodges rqiiest was not ac ceded asked con sent to offer a resolution requesting the president to return to the house the bill extending the time of payment to pur chasers of land of the Omaha tribe of Indians In but objection was of presented the conference report on the District of Columbia appropriation After some debate and pending a vote on the conference reporu the house at adjourned until Louisiana Lottery 3EW July A compro mise has been reached in the lottery The house bill is to be passed in the form of a nl amendment to Urn voted on at the state election in but a primary election is to be held before that at which onlj whites shall vote on the question of ac cepting or rejecting the lottery proposi If the vote is against the lottery the company will withdraw its offer and leave the state when its charter of Confederate July The first general reunion of confederate veterans commenced in this city today and will continue three The city is brilliantly decorated with blue and gray stars and stripes and large pictures of prominent generals and other leading characters on both sides in the late Several thousand people are here from various southern among them being General Klrby General Gordon and Walkers review of the career of the army of the General Sherman was brought forward amid thunders of He among other he since going upon this plat form thayhc grand reviewin Washington terminated when the Army of the Poto mac He had an idea the review occupied three days and that the Army of the Potomac ocpupicd the first dav The people up there iu Washington didnt have a very good opinion of western armies and thought thev were rather a disorderly Sow I assure said the old general my friends of the Army of the Patomac we were a better drilled army than you I know because 1 was com manding This was greeted with great General Sherman then told in humorous way how he noted the faulty points in the review of the Army of the Patomac and quietly sent word to all his corps commanders that night to look out for these and with good As to the patriotism within the hearts of the different corps no one needs to Hannibal Uamlin spoke briefly and was followed by Howard Porter and Admiral the business meeting Scldcn of was elected The next meeting will be held in Buf Tomorrow there will a grand demonstration In which sailors and marines of the North Atlantic squadron and all stale militia will take LOUISIANAS Ucmimalic 1arties UN iii the Iassajje of tlloLottery ISpocial to Tbe HawkEyej NEW June this at a special meeting of thesenate house bill number providing for the submission to the electors of thcstate for adoption or rejection an amendment to the constitution of the state by inserting therein an article on draiuage and lotter ies was This submission in other a placing of the bill and the lottery question iu the hands of the democratic voters of the Should it be favorably voted upon by thovoters in the then it is to be placed fore the people as voted for in the next general There is really no unLonstiuiiionality about the or but it seems somewhat irregu lar to respect its further consideration if rejected by the voters at the democratic Why have the republicans no consideration shown them is an ap propriate and 0110 answered by the democratic that the majority or the whole voting force of the republi can party in the state are and Boiler Makers association today decided to organize local boards iu various cities to have control of local The next meeting will bo held iu Pics ident of the International Broth erhood of Boiler who was pres delivered an in which he denounced as untrue the statement that the biotherhood was arrayed against the deferring to the report that the manufacturers was to have a black he said organized labor was opposed to such a step and the man who first adopted it would be sure to go un Scveial ot the manufacturers in reply said no such thing as a black list had been thought RAILROAD The True luwardiiexx of the Jlliii trat Railroad FOUT July tral trainmen here claim that the true motive of the late Illinois Central strike has not yet been made Thev say it was understood that there was a move on foot to put Russell in the gen eral managers and that the strike was to show in what general disfavor ho was held by the employes of the road Members of the Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen are authority for the state ment that thrt whole order stood in read iness to join the strike had Russell bceu upheld in his arbitrary 1reiRhe Handlers Stop v July freight MURDERED ON THE MARY A ItrutalAllniyon lltinmiiie July balmy days of the river when murders and cut ting affrays were of daily occurrence were vividly recalled Tuesday night when the beautiful steamer Marv Mor reached this On her deck lay a stalwart bound hand and and 111 the cabin was the motionless bodv of a white deck At forty miles up the the an evil looking roust who gives the name of Charier got liito a quarrel with a white deck named who hails inuia from Atfer hot words had passed between them the negro suddenly seiFed a cord wood stick and felled Turley w ith a terrible blow on the top of the Turley lay like a log and neither moved nor spoke after bem The negro was instantly seized and bound hand and There hap pened to be two physicians on board the bound down They gave the wounded man every On arriving here the patrol wagon took the negro to the city while lurley was taken to Mercy where Marine Surgeon Bready attended Turleys skull is fractured ami he can hardly SHOT AT A A Serious squabble Over a One July a festival at in an altercation over a debt of Darnoldvvas shot three times by Bert tt once in the thigh and twice below the knee Daruold started in to take a dollars worth out of Williams Williams was cool and told Darnold if he insisted on following him up would fainted from the loss of Williams preliminary exami nation took place Monday and he was bound ULUFFS This1 was the third day of the Council Bluffs and There was a large Great preparations are being made io entertain the crowd expected on the Fourth of It was expected that Smith Enssell would be the date was Els place has1 been filled by the DeWitt A Xew CEIAU July A new pest has made its appearance in the vici nity of Cedar but it is yet to early iu its history to tell whether its work will prove A black and white similar in and shape to that found on the ears of in the milk isattackiiig thegrowingcorn It starts in at the top burrows its way downward and ends its work by eating the stalk entirely olt near th A July Horace an old and respected farmer liv ing near died last evening at of lie had been a resi dent of this state for fifty years and was a prominent and influential and his death will be mourned by a large number kof sorrowing neighbors and took place this afternoon at the interment being made in Mceks burying around IUA Cliunges in Itiiiik July LOST SOME cashier of the First National has tendered his and H Whinery has been elected to succeed Dillenbeck was elected assistant Alexander one of the heaviest stockhold has withdrawn from the A Hoy and Horse Special to The Dts Jnly afternoon at halfpast three a man was backing into the PCS Moines river about thirty rods above the The team got into deep water and a boy named John aged ten was One horse was also urnCSS made thetorles angry Just nfght and their organs have much Other unionists vplating areturn to minded that they had better either et out at once or declare their universal ad hesion tothe ministerial JJie discontented liberal unionists while protesting their loyalty to the fusion are that Caine was able to unionists as a and freely throwout hints that strung toturn the next The uins are forcibly remindcdol fact by the figures of the Barrow etcc Their elected in angular lacks votes of a majority of the total They are therefore but hopeful that the split between the tories and the liberal unionists will widen from day to day Some of them also are urging Gladstone to trim his sails to the new wind and to meet the unionists half way Inconces sions Iu his home rule The Timer says that Caiue is not only guilty of a personal but he has caused a division in the unionist forces and permitted a separatist victory The Standard says Better a seperatist than a wavering It will be a lesson to other unionists prostration before the Gladstone The anomally ot a separatist oecupyin a unionist seat will right itself at theproper The air has been full of rumors lately of a big liberal backdown on the home rule Many leading liberals are IDXIOUS to postpone the question for the haibeenr bf General Forcupmehatf toMwags witblargeiblaclce indaar abundance of s Heb o the Crow Indiana on HappyAnniversary j Couples Marrh ot In appycompany home e present and give Ireland instead a sys tem of country government like that which the present tory government has given to Scotland and The declaration made by famuli at the banquet given in his honor Saturday evening that he would on no account ac cept a it ac lovernmcnt portfolio caused con orknian at handlers on all the here except the Louisville and have stopped work because their demand for an in crease ot wages was not Immediately About five bundled are in Agreed to Advance 1riejtlit July western roads today agreed to advance the rates to the Missouri river and Paul ten cents on first class and proportion ately on to take effect as soon as the sheets are SINS AND ICxcitcmciitnt Qt UM July excitement over the shooting of who was called to his bedroom door and shot last Saturday broke forth with re newed fury yesterday afternoon when Smith Themau Porter who is suspected of being the is in jail strongly There is much excited talk on the but it will probably amount to Mr Smith was the agent ot the Star Union line and universally It is Tin possible to assign any cause for the unless it was the act ot a crazv Suicide of a Jlauk July Gratian von secretary and treasurer of the Peoples Savings bank in this city shot himself through the right temple this morning at his home at The cause of the suicide is un but it is believed to have been caused by fear that the now board of di rectors just elected intended makin a general change of Ban k officials say the dead mans accounts arc all Aeeident lei a IV clal to TOE HAWKEyE July after noon a plow fell upon the head of James McDonald at the shop of the Eagle Manufacturing cutting him severely and breaking his A piece ot the latter as Urge as a silver dollar vvas removed from the top of his head but he is living with good chances of re THE GIRLS GOT Tiro Keokuk Maidens Successful After till July young ladies of this city who wanted to go to ii LU Hannibal on the Warsaw Odd Fellows excursion Tuesday arrived at the wharf about live minutes after the boat had pulled Thov boarded a south bound train for hoping that could boat at that they New Yorlc 1rodnee Exchange 1 XKW July A circular letter was scut out todav to all boards of trade in the United States the New York produce exchange protesting against the new form of bill of lading which all the railroads adopted on tbe 1st of July and sprung upon the shippers without any Jlis Ilead Crnslied CSpecial to tlie July This morning the body of Frank Rock was found upon the track of the Kock Island and The head was severed from the body and the body was otherwise Devoe was thirty years of and his death is supposed to have been The Kansas iieat new wheat crop of Kansas is rapidly coming into the grain as The has jBever been favorable Jor threshinz the that the lottery opposition has no chance to defeat the recharteriiig of the lottery if they be allowed to vote This is indeed a wise and con sistent recourse Owing Its Incep tion to the democratic party framed and supported by tlie democrtic party the states honor and that of her almost democrats priced and they for fear of the lottery being re bar those as have had no voice in the expressed no Having among themselves1 ac cepted the Morris proposition for con sideration having themselves shown practical consideration to it having themselves accepted moneys Individually and set a price on the states honor or acknowledged that Morris had done so in full they yet say As democrats we cannot and must allow the re publican negro vote to become a factor in the settlement of so grave a question we must not let against the honor welfare of the vote such a monster into new and continuous being How must such araumeiitum aderumcn am sound to the world outside Does not an intelligent world know that self aggrandizement and personal gain is the and iu many the onlyexisting incentive A few there notably Kcsentatives and who made niot manly and vigorous fights against the rechartering of the lottery but the matter is virtu ally settled and only one thing is requisite to the forever closing up of the democratic cry of theopposition of a republican legislature upon the people of this state by incorporationiof the company in the states constitu tion ofthe present lottery XofF no lot ter b Ivemiuler Jnly the thlul time sentence of death was passed on the whose case has become famous through the long light in the courts against the electrical execution The sentence was or dered carried into effect at Auburn pris on during the first week in A liank July Iass a cashier of the Security Savings committed suicide this morning ner Schooner oSapa from Point with acar go of posts and bark capsized last night oft Point during a heavy northwest Captain Shirman and were The mate and a seamen were picked up by passing u man but they were doomed to diappoiutment as the boat left for Warsaw before the train riMihecl They then engaged a man to row them over the thinkinir that they would be able to catch the steamer at but they were not quick enough and the boat steamed out for The youii adies signalled the pilot who stopped the boat and the vouiig ladies were soon on There aie not many young ladies who would take so much trouble to o on an but Keokuk youn ladies are noted for their pluck and WORK NOBLE The lt special lo The HawkEye July noble la dies ot the district U have been holding a most interesting and suc cessful convention of their society in this city and closed their work The following officers were elected Anna of Mt Pleasant Green LIviiiK Lake y of Keokuk conntv presidents Wiihl ington Sabbath Craw of Washington Sabbath school temperance Cowles of Burlington scientific lemperauce Ella of IVash iiigtou llowcr Want Davenports Street Car July report is and apparently well that an English syndicate has made an offer for all the car properties iu Itock Island and Local the lines are not for A Census Speclal to The HawkEyeJ July Braiu ascd a census enumerator for a portion of this suicided last night by shooting himself iu the No cause iassigned for the rash IOWA NEWS iVkei and family and the family of uf were seriously poioued by eating boilied purchased at me of the ity A FATAL Pivv eightjear old daughter of of Clarin instantly Killed by the discharge of a revolver which it had found iu a trunk and was playing siderable speculation as to Its signifi It is now believed that it was Parnells answer to a plan which Gladstone fs to have formulated to secure the passage of an Irish local government bill instead of a home rule hill and sivo the Irish offices to the While the ad ministration of local with the comfortable salaries which such duties would would doubtless be very acceptable to the average nationalist it is as difficult to believe that any Irish member would accept such solution of the Irish problem it is to imagine that Gladstone is wifllnz to drop his rule scheme and com promise on a local government Still it is asserted that the expremier has sug gested such a plan and Parnells declaration Is generalhaccepted as his Queen Victoras tendency to nepotism is about to receive a further which will not tend to increase her popu larity among the officers of the whose promotion to higk rank is barred by incompetent members of the royal The army committee of the house of commons having reported in in favor of abolishing the rank and posi tion of commanderinchief of the forces held by the duke of the gov It is was disposed to ac cept the committees The queen brought pressure upon the uvuit Wiiil a Wednesday was tw marriage from our village and coantsTwasSjre tgood carR terahi and and andOtiss were Six ministers gospel honored the day theicvpi And amongthose humber ot old Company Kr Second Iowa cavalryrf which Pierce from 1861 having reenli in which circumstancecanseils one in the company to inquire how came about that he was not at the of war at that particular at home to himself a members of his regiment remembers that all through the war PTerceSfi kept a diary of thelrarmy he was given leave of al sence to come home to make arrant ments to have it under the of the History of the a book that is a cherished treasures homes of the Second Cavalry boysl Tables were spread in the dlninl room with most bounteous an when the company were seated MrJli Band stated the object the gatheriu and introduced of K wluina pleasant manner presents and Pierce with handsom dinnerset of over onehundred pieces which by the way were purchased d your own Perkins among the solid silvei L spoons from being a warmheartedT Christian gentle man replied to Minor behalf ofhfi estimable wife and and Ina touch ing manner referred to the pres ent and future thanking allforsucl an unexpected A phott grapher being present the large compan was grouped into three om consisting of married family and only those who were atthe wedding twentyfive years XSL younger ones comprising the third Before Mtnoi went to the piano and the SBa We Gather at the In theSwet Bye and Bye and God be Till We Meet Soended annost enjoyable and long to be reraemberei ierhaps you are run eaat eatj temperance Syrup o Produced from the and nutri tious juice of California combined with the medicinal virtues of piaiits kuown to bo the most beneficial to the human acts on the kid liver and effectually cleans ing the dispelling colds and and curing habitual consti in Ashes July entiic portion of was burned this There was no fire service and in order to check the flames buildings were blown un but nvnil ot Fort Madison work for soldiers and Jlrs Chas of Morning Sun white shield and white of Keokuk VIIU H Tib of Tort Madison hygiene and he of Burlington state and county Miss E 1 Sco of Washington peace and arbitra otMediapolis benedict of Mediap olis capital and Fuller of Keokuk press Belle Mix of Danville young womans Miss Anna of The committee on resolutions reported after considerable the following were adopted without Illunion ofthc Arniy otthelotouiai July a thousand members of the association of the Army of the includin all the principal officers of the organualion are here in attendance upon the annual A ratal v j Julys Vista mine this morning the elevator fastening broke and the cage fell to the bottom the shalLkillingithrcetmen and FViu IT f T 45recnredbyii OC 0 tfuuuinjr wo pledge ourselves to not only endeavor ThefSunconIfnandiUfn tlle jiv Ihe Storm on Sattuday afternoon the house of near was struck hy lightning and iustantly Three of thu children but when they recovered found their mother standing in the cor ner of the room with life IJUE Lhe national holiday attraction at tu depcndemv will be the opening of the new kite shaped under thu aus pices of the Independence Drivins Park association in purses is Allcrum will give an exhibition mile to cover ord of OK college embarked Wednesdaj enroute to Europe 10 become Secretary ot theliiter national 1cacc and Associa The purpose is to establish inter national arbitration between all nations ami organization is made up princi pally of The congress meets in London It to A old hen belou uig to Warren of hatched out a queer little chick last It had two heads so closely grown together thatjthcy looked In the middle ot the two heads was an eye and on the side ot each head was Another eve and bird had four The fieak died before it was well out of the CotiSTvs January hist twenty persons have been examined and declared insane by commissioners Of insanity of Clinton This does not include those at the asylum at Charlotte nor those whose relatives are caring for them at home but merely who became a charge to the county anil who are now under treatment or have since Of thi ministry which led to a cabinet discussion of the matter and the government has now decided to override the recommendation ot the army committei and retain the This action has revived the rumor that the duke of Connaught is to be appoicted to the chief command as soon as the duke can be conveniently of Cambridge All indications poiui to a determined led by Howard Vincent in the British to discriminate against Amcrieafi imports in retaliation tor the McKintcy The govern lias so much important business on its list that it Is unlikely that such a involving radical departure from the free trade principles of half a would receive serious consideration during the present In the adoption ot re taliatory measures is certain as soon as the MelCinley bill becomes a GENERAL Stephen Suspected tlie Duke of Edinburgh July Stephen alias Stephen who was arreted here yesterday on suspicion ot beinir the thief who stole the Duke of Edlubiirss jewels iu May whilo his royal ness was in Edmbitrs conducting the opening of the electrical was arraigned today and remanded for hear It is alleged that Holmes a bar ber and was formerlj employed in Chi number perhap are Tim PAIU OF Madison probably the oldest pair of in the United iluabcth Gtescom Campion and fsophia They were born iu lialtlmoicin and they eight yfour very spry old ladies and skillful at fine needle grand MrsBetsy made first American JIV OLD iu lialtlmoiein they are consequently years of They arc earnestly and Traycrrully the plan of havinir at least one Sabbath K cX SsYudy0 rcvtwr evotedTo Thiit n c make the juvenile dcpart S0 OT temperance of prime In year That wo rejoice In tlie temperance Instruction as mant tlmt u onr taidinsr Mhool he teachers and tlielr 1 ftJeinL there you stand Ilelllnd my clostt igu To carry any Around your rusty 1 mum the silk In faded splendor He numerous little sentcel flurn 10 view the sunuVlu v I need thcsimceyou within my small j And yet to throw yon 1 Would give me mental tonic Nid and plcusant memories Encircle yoiir gaunt Gold Premium July premium on gold today is lanLnh ministerial July is in tin Spanish It is probable that a conservative ministry will be formed under the presidency of Senor Carovas del A Lortiiicuese Steamer July Portuguese steamer which left JCew York June 20 for the Arorcs and has been crew were safely AN INDIAN Crows and other Tribes Greatly r In you are taking the first ste into Nervous Too iServi Tonic and In Electric Bittersyou will find the exact remedy for restoring your nervous system to healthy Surprising results follow the use of this greats Iferve Tomd and appetite returns good digestion is and the Liven and Kidneys resume Eealthv Try a Price at A flatter of School is w be but ther may be a few of pupils ot our pnbli schools who have not already become to rusty in arithmetical matters tosoln following problems Two women came to market each with One considered her fowls worth three for Si and expected to for the The hensM were of better quality she valued themSl two for for the The slxtS hens were thus appraised at To the old woman came who asked the prices of the Three for a said womaiij Two for a said woman Verv said the for dollar two for a live for two And you haveisfxt hens fn t will take the And the dealer counted out cried the woman This isnt right it Is a dollar We want the dealer von three for didnt you And you saidti didut you is isnt sHty for S2t the matter with that And the foolish old thong fully conscious that they werebeinsi could not for the liferoi them figure out whither the raissCnl dollar had They wereriglii Ioirr e dians on alt the reservations in this sec tion are in a state of excitement border ing ou frenzy over tlie alleged coming ot the A few days ago Porcu the apostle ot the ave to an army officer the story ot his mcetin with the Porcupine claims positively that Christ has come earth and is now in the flesh near Walker Porcupine did about the not know anything asiroi Heped me to triumph oer tliere Jlygalnins Mrst the t hen In n crowded fair And n seatr appeared to the white who used him rouh and even killed Porcupinesays he saw marks handsot who said he had been nailed to a tree by that had also been driven InV feet and his side hadbeea cut Christ did not show the scars on hirtoet as he had ou his shoes hfr show thewound in his side TcnewVhat he had told them ivas said he did not In theChristwhen he first heard bntfnoisooher idid he see all doubt vanished a dealer and yet there vvas 1 to What scntuwvilt the mystery Bnckllas Arnica The best salve in the world for chapped chilblain corns and all skin tively cures or no pay is guaranteed togive perfect satisfaetU or money Price 25 For sale at Henrys drug storew riiv Maniafor JEetX iralr has become of the mania hair affected the women OC Amei a few months agoask the Sew York furthermorVS where is the hair Thfr Titiaa locks are ran and it begins tolook as though the gonethu way ot sue senseless of ther time are of them is aT a Fourteenth street fhel potent words Here ItovaiS that an establishment startedV great splendor justafter and trade of flourishm1 proportions In lessvthai two fouri as sistants to the duet hair t6 were kept busy odwas to first the i had lost all then the heavy red which The tinuous and appointments tellsthe Thefeyei redShai seems to ifi other deadand silly blues DrMiles W   

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