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   Burlington Hawk-Eye (Newspaper) - July 8, 1890, Burlington, Iowa                                jifter Much Parleying a Substitute 1 Adopted iy the Ff TheSenatc Postpones ActionontlieTarlfl Forfeiture BUI Under Consideration In tlic July agreement unon the silver question has practically been Itwill provide lor the ounces of silver ILgf no bullion redemption certifi L be redeemable in coin aud to be lull legal The full conference committee met and the report drawn up by Senator Sherman was The presented to the senate 1m mediately and After the first ineffectual conference the republican members an agreement be more speedily aud satisfactorily readied by a narty consultation than a conference open to both political Accordingly Senators Sherman and Jones and Repre sentatives Cougcr and Walker entered upon the task of drafting a compromise i Tbcy progressed so rapidly in 4 that tlie conference substitute was In all essential points save and sent to the printer The one point left open related to the junountof silver bullion to be walker and conger thought lour million ounces monthly a fair but Jones declared for four and onehalf million Such was the state of affairs this when iovcrtures were again made to Jones to accept four and one quar ter million The western senators were in receipt of telegrams urging them to bold out for the full amount of four and onehalf million ounces and insist upon a speedy disposi tion of the So tbe overtures were and when the proposition was made to take up the tariff bill in the senate this the silver men manifested their power to check the flow ol party legislation unless their demands were met Soon the republi Jtan members of the conference was again called together the words live hundred thousand were added to four million in the printed conference sub aud tho agreement was com Senator Sherman spent a few minutes in drafting a formal report to tie senate and then notified the demo cratic Harris and Hepresentatlve the agree ment was formally although the democratic members refused to sign the report The substitute provides that the secretary of tbe treasury sball purchase from time to time silver bullion to the ag gregate amount of four five hun f dred thousand or so much thereof as may be in each at tlie market price not exceeding one dollar lor three hundred and twentyfive and onehundredth grains of pure The treasury notes issued in payment to be redeemable in coin and to be legal tender in payment of all public and except where otherwise ex pressly stipulated in the and to be receivable for and all public Upon demand of the holder of treasury notes the secretary shall un der such regulations as he may prescribe redera such notes In gold or silver at his it being the established policy of the United States ta maintain the two metals on a parity with each other upon the present legal or such ratio as may be provided by The secretary of the treasury shall each montli coin two million ounces of the sil ver bullion purchased into standard silver until the first day of and after that time shall coin out of the silver bullion purchased as rnucb as may be necessary to provide for the redemp tion of treasury The present law is The last section provides for covering into the treasury tho fund beld for the redemption of the national bank THE leave the louse without a quorum lie suggested that the time would sooncome when thsso must be After further debatethe leaves were j On motion of the house went Into committee of the whole for consideration of the senate bill to forfeit certain lands heretofore granted for the purpose of aidingthe construction of railroads with the house substitute Payson explained that the bill In its general provision proposed to forfeit and restore to the public domain all pub lic lands wherever situated which had been granted in aid of construction where the railroads had not been com pleted at this There had been thirtyseven railroads aided by acts of congress which were not completed the timeficd by Twelve of these roads had been com prising nearly fifty million left twenvfive roads which had not been acted Nine had been fully com That left sixteen roads now un completed and the house substitute recommended the forfeiture of all lauds lying opposite such portions of roads as were not now It was tils opinion that no hill of character than this could ever pass the senate and become a A careful estimate to the effect that the bill would restore seven millioiifive hundred acres to the public of toot the posi tion that a forfeiture should be made of all lands which had not been earned by the railroads at the time fixed in grant ing the acts for completion of the The Northern Pacific he was most vitally interested in this He quoted from speeches by Payson in the twentyeighth and twentynineth congresses upholding the right of con gress to forfeit lands unearned at the time fixed by the granting attacked that gentleman for what ho de dared was a change of The speaker Reed in the fortyseventh con when chairman of the judiciary INMflE Badly WreckedbyU 1 Numerous linlldings Demolished aud Xiimber of XlJves Trains Blown from the Track and Travelers had no reported that congress power to forfeit an acre of Northern Pacific Since then Thomas Eced had been recognized as the friend and zealous champion of that great arrogant and corrupt corpora tion on the floor of the This cor poration knew its friends and it stood by them most It was an open secret that no influence had been more potential in the organization of the house than that exerted by the Northern Paci fic The passage of the bill un der consideration was a matter of first importance to this Thcbill would The bosses must insist up on it they could not do and the rest of the poor fellows on the other side of the aisles had their hands tied and their lips except when the parliamentary boss untied that they might clap their applause to his His majestic slaves must follow blindly wherever they were But beyond these men and beyond their parlia mentary autocrat was a great constitu people of the United and to that forum would be carried this which the majority stood ready to of favored the pend ing Pending further debate the committee rose and the house tower streets the ran from 93 toOS ofprostrationshave i i 5J A SENSATIONAL An Effort to Have the Tariff Kill Taken Up July conference report on diplomatic and consular appro priation bill was agreed 1 Morrill moved to take up the tariff saying it could be then laid aside in formally until the shipping bills were disposed The senate nays as follows Mauder of The senate bill to provide for a United States land and to provide for the settlement of private land claims in New Mexico Ne vada and was discussed until two when it was laid aside with out and the spippiug bills re Kcagon spoke against the At the close of his remarks the election bill was received from the house and was on motion of Fryc ordered to lie ou the table until the return to Washington of the chairman of the committee on privileges and election Morgan opposed the shippingbills and Frye made some additional remarks in their Sherman presented the conference report on the silver After it was read he gave notice he would call it up for action tomorrow After an executive session the senate THE The Itritlsh Minister Denies that Retiring Sea Negotiations Have llcen Broken July sensational article printed today to the effect that the British Sir Julian Pauncc had broken off the BehringSea negotiations with Blaine and notified him that if the American revenue cutters seized any seal ers carrying the American flag Britisli war ships would recover them by force if Stories of this kind have appeared frequently during the past year and this particular story was this evening officially denied by Sir 7Julian He said I have made no communication of the kind to There is no doubt our vessels in the northern Pacific ocean arc there to protect the British and our but I have not broken off negotiations and there is no reason to expect a disturbance of the friendly relations existing between the two Biaine has left for Bar Harbor for the benefit of his health and I am about to go to Manchesterbythesea and shall there continue negotiations with Sir Julian was not aware of what instructions had been given the British but thought It very unlikely during the friendly negotiations anything would occur on one side or the other likely to provoke any The great point he the negotiations have not been broken and that these alarmist which do much are not IOWA July The Wah correspondent of the Pioneer Press telegraphs as follows A straight wind from the northwest strrieliijfargoat Great wasdohe to the Electric lighttowers were blown whole blocks unroofed Yerxas McGill new ware the opera house the Repub llcan the Vceney the Bat tlement or the bank of North the Chapin the exchange Continental block and Manitoba freight house were unroofed and the Milwaukee depot blowu A dozen small houses almost every plate glass window ou front street and Broadway were broken the Jay Coon and Grand Pacific at Moorehead were unroof ed the Milwaukee depot was blown The residence of late Captain Mc corner of Fifth and was struck by the and Seven children were instantlyikilled and McCarthy is not expected to Two unknown tramps in a box car were Passenger train 1 on the Northern going has just pulled out of the yards and stopped at the Milwaukee The train was made up of three baggage uine coaches and a party of Chicago and North western officials in a private car and Superintendent McCabes All of the coaches and the tender were blown from the but no lives were and no one was fatally The lights had been put so there was no nor Superintendent McCabe and the brakeman and porters acted very coolly and calmed the frightened who were sent back to the city in special Warren vice president of the Rock Island rail and accompanied by Thompson and wife were in Purdys private but none were seriously Thompson and wife were slightly Fred Purdy was slightly but the others were The Northern Pacific through north bound passenger train was blown from the track and many of the passengers severely but not dangerously in The Northern Pacific repair and machine shops and the freight depots of the Great Northern and Milwaukee roads were demolished several churches were badly wrecked and numberless other buildings were more or less dam The total damage in the city is about A Damaging Storm in Xew NEW July A storm of considerable power this forenoon did quito an amount of damage to telegraph and telephone poles and trees in this Telephone wires were wrecked to such an extent that bo required to get them in There were the liveliest kind of times in the custom aud the interior of the staunch old building now presents a very deplorable It is literally drowned Workmen are building a nev observatory on the roof of the old building while another gang is repair ing the The water poured in through the openings in the roof like a mincature The water rose to fully six inches deep in the corridors on the second floor and then soaked through flooding the postoffice and ruining the An unusually heavy gust of wind struckthe scaffolding around the new It fell with a crash through the heavy plateglass that gives light to Marble Several gentlemen narrow ly escaped being struck by the failing The damage foots up to many thousands of Hot Weather at Des 4 to The DES July The present hot weather exceeds in severity that of two weeks The signal service mometer recorded 100 degrees yesterday today This is degrees than on hottest June Some thermometers under an1 awning reached 110 Fears are entertained that the scorching wind from the south will burn up the corn ifit tinues for a day Special Weather July A warm wave is central today in the Central JMtssis sippi The following maximum temperature was reported today 102 degrees 04 to in the Ohio 94 to 9S in the lower Mis sissippi Warmer weather will prevail in all districts east of the Missis sippi river Tuesday and continuing warm weather ou The tempera ture will probably fall ten degrccsiu the upper Mississippi valley THE LOTTERY BILL i its horses in a patent stock car attached tastefully addedtb at variouspointsbetweenJherciandDu Srr y n CSpeclal to the DBS MorxES July people are tndignant over the result of tho census count The census officials c esti mate this citys population at only about fifty It has beten ascertained thatjwhole bocks left put of the count aiid an indignation meeting the citizens who resolved to demand a recount of the The canvas not completed and the estimatestoday are the first which have been Protest Against Louisianas f BATON July Nicholls this afternoo house without approv lottery In his v returned to tiitf the now famous to is of great he j rcferstp his sago at tho opening of tho session NEW Iowa State association will hold their regular annual meeting at the rooms of therCapitallCity Commercial collegewlu Tuesday and July 15 and An interesting program has been prepared and a good attendance is In the state is Invited to be l at July fire at Havr last Saturday night tallydestroyed the building and stock general merchandise of partially Tplmans barn was saved his buggies and Origin of fire un known HANCOCK COUNTY Changes Made In Iowa for the Week Ending July following postoffice changes made iu Iowa during the week ending July 1890 Franklin coun Hasell postmaster Plymouth Lafayette postniaster GENERAL WASHINGTON The Extent of the July Pioneer Press has dispatches from many points in the vicinity of telling of farm barns and out buildings in all directions being Trees along the river banks for miles from Fargo were broken off or shorn of their Wheat as a Casselton reports bridges in all directions washed out or blown At Mablctou nearly every building in the town sustained some damage and a number of people were slightly Despatches from Wheat Aycr and some other places tell the same No additional fatalities are but many points are to be heard from the wires being badly KNIGHTS IN A Serious Accident on the Illinois Central at July most serious wreck that the Illinois Central has experienced for several years occurred at Manteno this morning at S A special excursion train of fourteen The Hill Forfeiting Certain Itailroad Lands Under July the house rising to a question of bad read a dispatch stating he was absent from the silver conference meeting He also had a note from Chairman Conger stating there would be no meeting He did not desire to be ad vertised as not attending to his duty when he was notified that his presence was not of moved to suspend the rules and pass the concur rent resolution requesting the president to return to the house the bill extending the time of payment to the purchasers of land of the Omalia tribe of Indians in of made the point of order that it was not in the of the house under the constitu Uon to recall a bill which had been passed and sent to the The speaker dedined to pass upon the constitutional that was for the house to Dorsey said the only object for a asking the return of the bill was to cor rect au of said he un derstood it was feared the president would veto thebill unless it were changed In a certain The spealter said similar action had li ocen by both houses so many times that It would be a singular thing for any EL one to deny the right He ovcr ruled the point of of demanded a second count and the democrats refusing ijkto left the bouse without a thereupon Tvithdrcw his K The a dozen rc for leaves of absence and Minority Jteport on the AntiFood Adul teration July Bate from the committee on agricultural and today submitted the report of the minority on the bill reported some weeks ago to prevent the adulteration of food and The report states the minority re cognizes the propriety of every tub standing on its own whether it contains pure drugs or compound pure lard or compound but cannot assent to congress knocking the bot tom out of one article of or one drug for the benefit of or of compound lard in order to drive hog clard out of It is says the such would be tho invitable result of the passage of this No table should bo without a DOttto of An i the world renowned Avpe L Beware of counter A Number of Prostrations at Kansas KAXSAS July was the hottest dav of the the thermome ter registering OSK in the signal service There have been a number of prostrations from but no Syrup of Produced from the laxative and nutri tious juice of California combined with the medicinal virtues of plants known to be the most beneficial to the human acts ou the k d ncvs liver and effectually cleansing the dispelling colds and and curing habitual con A Family July family of consisting of Withercll wife and two were poisoned last night by eating pickled tongue The physicians worked over the four all night and discovered strong indications of arsenic There are hopes all will recover except who is very Nervous poor dif sexual pimples cured by DrMiles Samples free at Wittes drug prevent people being burted alive has been organized York cars carrying six hundred members of Knightsof Pythias andladiesto the bien nial supreme lodge at was derailed at a switch while entering the village at a speed of thirtyfive miles an The four forward cars kept the main track aud tho remainder of the train took the When the train broke the chair car occupied by the East Louis contingent turned upon its side and the numbering were hurled with great violence against the side of the The sudden ping of the train prevented a long list of H Crowder of aged was standing on the platform of one of the cars and was The wounded passengers were all in the East Louis They are William Miss Millie Central and Charles Shelby The excursionists were transferred to a special train and sent ou to their THE WORK OF A lqcks and Lumber De stroyed at East EAST July Saturday night tlie Sea Gull was discovered on No moans were at hand to extinguishthe The Maggie unable to get ashore and was burned to The Sea Gulls lines were burned off and she drifted across tlie setting fire to the steambarge was Farther on the burning vessel set Emorys dock and mills on and these were the loss being The Lock Stevens docks and Sibley Bearingers docks and lumber were also The loss cannot be Sixteen million feet of lum pating this legislation and urgingits instant rejection foft various reasons then set Jin the present message he says that his views as heretofore expressed not only re main but his convictions have deepened and The persistent efforts which have been made to represent Louisiana as a unable by and throughher own legiti mate resources to sustain and carry out the duties of her are utterly without The state and different parishes in this state were never since the late war in better condi tion than they are moving for ward to an era of assured Suddenly a dark shadow of deep disgrace is thrownacross her pathway and the honor of maintained in the past on the field and in tho council by patriotism and valor and by the sacrifices of her living and is to be tarnished Her position among her sister states is to be not by what she has but as a degenerated partner in a gambling organized and to be car ried not for her good or her but as I before for the personal and sel fish interests of a handful of many of them connected with the darkest days of the reconstruction I repeat it is them and to them we arc selling our birthright for a mess of Who are the six unnamed men who are to join with a seventh and known one to constitute the Jlottcry company How comes it wo are not in formed as to their identity and enabled to know their antecedents and fix their records There is a world of meaning in that In the most trifling affairs of life men seek to know whom they How comes it that in a mat ter of this importance the general as sembly has been willing up to now to close its eyes and move blindly in the dark I call upon it to pause before it takes finally that step that plunges the state into untold Is there nothing sign D cant in the exact twothirds vote by which this bill has passed I say to this general assembly In all earn estness that should this measure be pas sed wo will enter upon a period of strife such as has never before been seen in Louisiana and should this contem plated corporation ever be upon an era of corruption and beside which the era of reconstruction will appear as one of honor and And let me here say to you that should this measure be adopted and carried in my no good will ever come of the money we receive as a price of our honor and our and corruption will assuredly follow Its receipt as night follows the I believe at the end of twenty five years we will not only find constitu tional bonds outstanding to the utmost limit of the funding but I believe there will be in addition an immense in terestbearing which by that time will be acknowledged and provided for as to but not as to the cap And that in those twentyfive years a vast amount of interest will have been paid out impro perly and In whose hands those interestbearing bonds will be found time will At the end of twentyfive years there will be the same claim of poverty of Louisiana and tho same claim on its behalf for a continued existence of the concluded with a most urgent protest against this assumed condition of poverty of the and says the measure will continue to meet his most determined Thebill was made a special order for toinorrow Corner StorieXaid at Sioux City With Im presslve Sioux July corner stone of the new college of technology for the University of the Northwest was laid Friday morningat 10 with im posing The university is a Methodist institution and begins the erection its building with an endow ment of in cash mostly by Sioux City Several thousand people gathered to witness the Ad drosses were made by Jen kins on The Occasslon and Its Signifi and by Cornell on The Importance of Christian Educa After the usual preliminaries Bishop of took the hammer in hand laid the stone true and His address that followed was listened to with It is planned to have the building ready for occupancy by early CORN GOOD EVERYWHERE IN Drought in Several hut Even Tiiere the Grain DCS July weekly bullctin of Iowa crop issued Saturday says The temperature of the central station during the first half of the week was i 19 degrees above nor mal the last half leaving a total excess of 11 This was about the average for the The amount of rain for the week was above the averaged Reports indicate a general deficiency of precipitation during the except in a few counties in the northern half of the wherein there was a slight the central and eastern counties of the southern half of the state a drought of some severity little or no rain having fallen during the past and the amount for the season In about threefourths of the there is no suffering from lack of Except within the limited area of drouth all crops are in a promising Corn is doing remarkably well every even in the clrycst In portions of the southeastern counties it is in tassel and and in nearly all parts it is up to tho seasonable harvest of rye and barley is about completed and haying is progressing under the most favorable conditions for securing the LIQUOR DEALERS Enforcing the Law Against Illegal Liquor July proceed ings have been commenced against Tom Mulvaney and of this and a search made of their place of which resulted in the taking of two bar rels of bottledhcer aid several gallons 06 These parties have been selling in open defiance of the law almost since the prohibitory amendment in Iowa was Under the delusion that all danger of prisecution was past they did not even take the trouble to comply with the conditions of the interstate but bought and sold liquor in any Tho temperance people are thoroughly aroused and will spare no pains in com pelling all liquor venders to sell within the limits of the Meeting at Inter i CSpecial to The HuwkByeJ July July meeting of the Hancock County Medical association in Carthage today proved to be one of more than unusual Despite the intense heat the association in the county was well presided of secretary of read a carefully preparedpaper on The Man ner aiidTreatment of Summer Diseases Incident to In which he strongly urged the use of water at proper the use of baths and the A discussion followed by and It was generally conceded that the copious use of cold water in feveral diseases was and that much of the old style drug treatment should be of reported an unusual case resembling pseudomem braneous The patient had experienced terrible pains in the left side for several suffering at same acute He was a teamster in good Continued and vigorous purgatives or laxatives were ad The result was the passage of a whitish extremely tough sub nearly fifty feet in hol low and varying in circumference from one inch to the size of a The pa tient has since had a similar There is 110 life in the it is not a when subjected to emits butlittle smell and will hardly burn A meeting of the society has been called September 1st for a general dis cussion of the The patient is regu lar and sober in his Dr Ferris reported a case of var or mild form of small near Fountain The patient is conva but slightly No other Hooten and Ferris will read papers at the next Resolutions of respect for the memory of the late Adam Spiller were THE POLICEMEN v eu ana recommend that tho remo andi SSSiS After Getting Their Own Kesolntlons They Make orothers and They are Forced to jr S C J council met In regular Present Aldermen Faw e The minutes of the preceeding regular and special meetings were read and ap i The clerks read the protest of Foerster against the construction of i a on between Columbia and Arch The clerk read a remonstrance of Luke and others against the con struction of the sewer Main between Columbia and Court Prayer of remonstrants The clerk read the remonstrance of Harris and others against the con of thesewer on Main street be tween Arch and Court Prayer of remonstrants clerk read Sanford Mary estate of George Bessie Bernard and others against the paving of Franklin street with for the reason that such improvement Is un necessary and oppressive arid the expense will be great and Received and placed on The petition of Henry with accompanying for license to make excavations on the alleys and public of the was The city auditor presented a 11st of warrants drawn on the city treasurer in the months of May and Ordered The city auditor presented the follow ing statement of the condition of the various appropriations froiiv the General fund Incidental WZL Street light aJ Street repair appropriation over Fire departnVent Stt Police deportment 98 Salary 96 Park lw 35 The contract of the Electric Light and Power company for lighting being pre sented without the required bond on motion it was referred to the gas com mittee to demand a bond five days and if not furnished to advertise for The petition of Green to nave the street commissioner instructed to do necessary grading in faont of his lots on Twelfth street to permit the laying of sidewalk ordered by the council was re ferred to the internal improvement com mittee with discretionary English Cops Demand the Reinstatement of Discharged July of the po licemen attached to the Bow street sta tion who were suspended for refusing to go on of the transfer to an other district of the Bow street consta who had taken a promient part in the movement to improve the condition of were today dismissed from the There is much excitement among the police over the matter and they threaten to strike A meeting of the constables was held today at which it was decided the men would re fuse to do duty tonight unless their de mands were A BIG GOLD oa pavlDgBoundary3tre from ta Arcfc an expenseCof thatjpetlttoi granted and city engineer reported theSSpel tionof and have thelntereectloiof and Spray street expense to thaclty workjwiltl about the i The Internal impfovementfcommi reported oa the ler and forgrading Gardenstreei between Franklin at t mall expense the safd street can bepul in good and recommendthai the street commissioner be instructed do grading to theamount of port The internal improvement committei reported on the petition of FHippeani others fora fourfoot north side of Louisa street street west to that as there no residents on said street ment would be a useless expense to pro erty owners and recommend that petitio be not Report The internal improvement commit reported the petition Hall for the raising of sidewalk in front othei be left as at the streett put to proper grade and recommend thai petition be not Report The contract of George for curbing and paving the north side of Maple to south side of South with bond l the of with Casper Hell Theodore Guelich The contract of Fred Hoffman 5 grading curbing and alley IjSj from Columbia street accompanied byf9 bond in the sum of S300 with Win Brugge and as The property owners in the block Smiths bounded by Valley 5 Woodlawn avenue and presented a deed for a sixteen 1 foot alley running north and In said Referred to judiciary The city auditor presented the ing list of approved were f allowed and ordered paid APPROVED Street Commissioners payroll Itepairsut tt W Kepairins 30 Oft Q Bridge f Grading Paving WMjf Sewer Franken painting and re Kriechbaum paving Bound ary Kriechbaum Vt ou Funck repairs for street t CO A FIGHT IN THE SEAL SKINS WILL BE The North American and Alaska Com mercial Companies Will Fight Each SAX July Chronicle states that the Alaska Commercial com pany which until recently had the ex clusive right to capture seals in the American waters of Behring sea has how secured a contract with tie Russian gov granting them the exclusive right to capture seals on the Siberian The competition of the Alaska Commercial company will be very severe for the North American Commercial com pany which was recently awarded by the United States sealing privileges in Behr ing sea and it is believed the effect will be to greatly reduce the price of RAILROAD A Cedar Rapids Mans Struggle With a GEDAII July Early Satur day morning burglars entered the resi dence of through an un fastened One was seen and driven from tho house before taking any The other hid under the bed in the spare where he was found a few moments later by a neice of She and Kurtz came into the room just as the burglar was crawling out from under the A hand to hand conflict in which the burglar drew a knife in pre venting himself from being Kurtzs right hand was badly The burglar finally Thousands of Miners Kusliing to a Xew Gold July Veius special from Tin gives an account of a most wonderful discovery of The find is six miles from Tin Cup on Cross Mountain and is owned byMcCcrmick and The lowest assay from this rock is SHO per ton and there are speci mens which turn ia gold to the Two men are now taking out each per The excitement over the discovery is intense and thousands of miners are rushing into the HE CALLED THEM Girls Waiting for A iiiun eleven vreeks of wiry hail aiul a Ion grovrth of beard stepped into a barber shop in one of our two cities the other day aad sat Probably he was not iu his best At any rate even though it was his iiett said the Ill wait for said the manwith the hair and and us he said it he kicked at the Log and looked about as pleasant as a circular saw iu her were total The Sea Gull is a MORE FEARFUL The Signal Service Predict Another Hot July to pre dictions of the local signal service and in view of all surrounding Chicago and the northwest are in for another spell of hot weather which Is likely to surpass the one of a few days not only In extent but in duration and This prediction bids fair to be fulfilled to the Early this morning the signal service thermometer marked 70 degrees and the temperature has been rapidly climbing ever At ten oclock it stood at S5 A hot dry wind from the southwest has been blowing since one oclock this afternoon the signal service ther mometer on top Arguing the Cedar Kapids Joint Kates Injunction IOWA July hearing of the matter before Judge TTairall to dis solve the injunction to restrain the rail road commissioners from promulgating the joint rate act against the Cedar Rapids and Northern began The attorney generals speech was Ho was followed by the coun sel for the Illinois July todays meeting of the democratic state executive com mittee it was resolved that the democrats should nominate two representatives in all doubtfnldistricts in the coming cam The democrats of the thirtyfifth senatorial district Adams county were requested to nominate a candidate to be voted for at a special election to succeed To and Steam Scaled proposals for tlie erection of new ChcmicalXaboratories of the State Uuniver sity of Iowa will be received up to one oclock July according to plans and which may be ex amined at the office of tho undersigned In Iowa A circular containing conditions of contract and detailed information rwillbe lorwarded upon Iowa A BInrder and a July Martino commandant of the body guard of Prince ruler and a cousin of the was murdered in the market place this The murderer was immediately seized by the people in the market place arid lynched on the Tho delicious refreshing cool and soft beauty imparted to the skinby And so Six Des Moines Telephone So There DES July Six of the ten young ladies employed at the central telephone station have given notice that they had no further use for their and gathering up their lunch baskets and novels have walked It seems that all had not been pleasant between Manager Worth and the girls for some days because of his determination to give employment to one or two girls who were distasteful to the old The immediate cause of the how according to the was some remarks alleged to have been made by the manager that collectively they were rather prone to A SOLDIERS Tama Dedicates One With Impressive Ceremonies at July Thousands of people thronged the streets of this city last Fourth of July to attend the celebration and witness the dedication ceremonies of the soldiers The monument is a handsome granite about forty feet in on the top of which is placed the imposing figure of the private The monument was erected ata cost of in the court house Tlie monument was formally presented by and Keeler made a speech of acceptance in behalf of the and Winders for the of Des followed with au Dinner took place at and campfire at A few fiveminutespceches Swimmer Special to The July Sam eldest son of of New Provi accompanied by two other young went in bathing in a mill pond to Cutler was a man of powerful thirty years but not an ex pert He endeavored to swim the but when half way across called for help and notwith standing the strenuous efforts of his companions to save lestsior leaves of absence a nervous its mometer on top oftho auditorium PozzonisPcwder commi 4 1 a nOt tm T rfe i tGu Y s k Killed By a Special to The HawkEycJ CEDAK July Mi a railroad was run over and killed in the Cedar Rap ids and Northern yards this OlTJTor the SiotnL July Sioux City delegation of the Knights of Pythias conclave THilwaukee left by special train over the Illinois Centraljit last About 120 delegates were including All said the barber em The next got into the chair and left the man who was cross sitting by the watching for Half an hour The shop was full and there secmed to be a good deal of amuse ment all except the man who was waiting for One by one the customers kept coming The clock hands passed to and then to At about this time the door opened and a fiead popped Heard froni Sam yet said the replied the How is he having a good time Gness he At any rats he says he When do you expect about three The door slammed after the question just as the man with the who was for jumped to bis did you say shout Ed Did you say Sam wasnt com ing for three weeks The barber repressed his and in u voice that was low and even he Raid Sam is np and we expect rim back in about two weeks and a But if you want to wait for him well make tip a bed for you right here the rest was lost by the door slamming on the retiring form of the man who was waiting for Lewiston ilosfords Acid It you are and can cannot try T Damage uy a July dam at Prices between Wasboe and broke last A wall of water thirty feet high and one hundred feet wide swept rocks and deposits of earth before Three camping in the had a narrow A large Hume was carried into a field two miles away and the Virginia Truckee roads track was covered with The water finally flowed into Washoo Ilatts a True An odorless very cheap and SALT July ex plosion of Grant and other powders oc curred at the railroad depot today with out any known shock was ter aniinstant the was a and all efforts it fruitless The loss is very some persons The petition of Trift Bouvia for ten feet additional space on the wharf for his was referred to wharf com mittee with discretionary The petition of aud others for the grading of Arch street between Eighth street and Central to make their property accessible from the street and for relief from surface was referred to internal Improvement The petition of Pretilaff and praying for the grading of Amelia street between Wood and Adams and that the culvert on Amelia be ex tended across said was referred to the internal improvement The petition of Elias Ehert and praying for the grading of Wood street between Smith and Market to give relief from surface was re ferred to the internal improvement com The petition of John Uhler to have bond returned and sidewalk abutting his property in University subdivision brought to grade on theproperty line on Valley was granted and bond ordered The petition of Scholcr and oth ers praying for the removal of the water ing trough at the corner of Grimes ave nue and Main street was referred to the water The petition of and Wagner and others praying to have the watering trough replaced at the corner of Vine street arid Central avenue was referred to the water The petition of Charles Krueger and praying for a sidewalk eight feet wide on the west side of Osborn between Boundary and Pleasant was The finance committee reported on the petition of George for reduc of that the city treasurer be instructed to collect the rent as per lease and that the prayer of the petitioner be not Report The finance committee reported on the report of the city treasurer of the balances on hand June that the reports correspond to the books of the treasurer and recommendec report be placed on file for future Report Burlington were but no severely As a use Hoffmans Harmless Headache fowders iu the The report ot the city treasurer of the balances on hand July with state ments of receipts and disbursements and list of orders paid was referred to fin ance The internal improvement committee and city engineer reported on the resolu tion to grade and pave Jeffersou between Marshall street and Garfield finding that said street is buildr ing up rapidly and should have some im the estimated cost of grad ing same being about recom mended that the street be instructed to do the necessary grading for the improvement of Jefferson street between Marshall street and Garfield Report The internal improvement committee reported on the resolution of Alderman callfng for the purchase of a car load of briclc for street and alley cross that same can be used and recom mend that the finance committee be in structed to buy one car of 1 paving to be used for street and alley Report The internal improvement committee reported on the resolution of Alderman Peel for the grading of tho sidewalk on each side of Clay street between Maiu street and the first alley east of finding the same in bad shape and dan gerous to recommend that the street commissioner be instructed to do j work to of Report The internal improvement committcee reported on the petition of Crapo for removal of embankment obstructing sidewalk on Third street between Elm and Maple finding same is necessary to giveacccss to said recommended that be granted and street commissioner be instructed to grading to the amount of Re port The internal improvement committee reported on the petition of Carlton Bryden and others for the reestablish ment of the grade of Angular street from Main to Ninth streets finding the majority of property owners on said street are in favor of having the grade as it is at present recommended that the petition be not Report f The Internal improvement committee reported on the resolution of Alderman instructing the street commis sioner to bring the west side of street North strectsto finding the will about that the resolution be Report lhe internal improvementscommittee reported theremonstrance of PAi Si Wehmeier arid othersjagalnst thepaying use of horse one T 00 Bernard cement and Bernard cement and Rundorf 6110 The The 88 f The for 13 SO TETE 7820 The Burdette 1000 rent of hosesta three 500 Rand rent ot hose 2500 drugs for flre T40 Harrison Lindsay veterinary services for fire washingfor fire depart use of horse fire Wagner repairs for tire de horseshoingfor 1580 v John for Market house 300 Wohtwend Blnckmor books imd blanks 12 Electric Light and Power light for 87 Burlington Gaslight light for 3 otlice rent and clerical The presented his report for the month of June of receipts for of city which was received and The claims committee reported on the claim of Sam Wadleigh for damages by 3 the caving of the retainingwall on Maple that the bill is correct and mend the claim be allowed and an order drawn on the treasurer for the Report adopted and claim ordered The contract of James Kelley for the construction of Valley street sewer Seventh street to a point 270 feet west of 5 Eighth with bond in the of i f with Miller and Hlrsch IJ as was The contract of Peter Simons for the construction of a sewer on g street from Woodlawn avenue to Mar shall with bond in the sum of S150 with Gerlinger and Fred Hocschle as was The contract of Peter Simon for the construction of a sewer on Conu tralavenue from Valley to Market andl on Market from Central avenue to shall with bond in sum of with Gerlinger and Fred was The monthly report of the treasurer the public library for the months of and were received and The terms of two of the trustees of the public library having expired mayor appointed Perkins and Fred Clark as trustees for new v The city engineer presented his list otjsrJ special assessments against owners for the improvement of Maple street between Main and third Referred to the special assessment The city engineer presented his list otj special assessments against owners for the improvement of alley nnmn5 her between Divison andElmstreetstt Referred to special assessment Introduced by Alderman street and is hereby instructed to grade FourthA Ninth street so that the water will runJ north from North Oak street down bluff Referred to internal provement committee and city engineers for estimate of Introduced by Alderman Mercerr That the street commissioner be and he is hereby directed to bringtthai west side of Fourth street Iowal and North streets to the the expense to not exceed Introduced by That the city solicitori and is hereby directed tobring essary legal proceedings to competl city treasurer to transfer to the general fnnd the balance his hands and be longing to the six per cent fund since all bonds and liabilities chargeable against said fund has been i Introduced by Alderman the street commissione be and the same is hereby grade Jefferson street street to Garfield be done nnderthe direction i nal Improvement committee andyitye giheer and paid for of the grading fund The cost not Introduced by Alderman Thafcsthe city street tfie side of MarshiiU street and   

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