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   Burlington Hawk-Eye (Newspaper) - July 18, 1890, Burlington, Iowa                                f STABLISHED JULY 1S90 OTS OF LAD he Land Forfeiture Bill Passed in inon Scores Bynum on u llat Senate Considering the Sundry Civil Appropria tion July r the reading of tic journal tlicliouse t into committee of the whole on the jo1 grant forfeiture A short de jfrte ensued tat little discussion was because of the of offered an nendment forfeiting all laud not earnea fithln the time limited by tlie granting offered an nendmcnt directing the attorney gcn 1 to institute an act against persons ding lands opposite to the constructed of the roads which wasnotcon urtcd within the tnni specified m the L The amendment was defeated and reported to the Hohnan moved to recommit it with fictions to the committee on public is to nport it back with a proviso rfeiting all lands not earned within the lelhnited In the granting act eibill was then e which is tlie senate bill with ouse therefor forfeits all ds granted to aid In the construction a railroad opposite to and cotempo nFpus with the portion of any such rail Kad not now ED the course of the debate on the jyiiuiii referred to the colloquy between nnon and the other in which to each other as reference was omitted from the and Bynum called attention to Sspeech by Cannon during the fiftieth ngrcss deprecating the mutiliition of Cannon said he and Houk said igs in the heat of the debate which they eed to afterwards ought to be left out he This had been done iu 6nal matters from time on scored Bynnm pretty pressed the opinion that he was enly representative in the house quad his heart on oue liaud and ma faney on the other to obtrude himself under the parliamentary usage of he did uot As to his ch in the fiftieth that had i a controversy between Bynum and Hynuni had not come to him Sagrced to strike out what had been hut struck itout without consulta THE Civil Aiticml xueiit Comrenihig Arid July sonato lied consideration of the sundry civil jriatiou the iiending question ing on the to add to the opriation of for a pro survey with the provision that Brlialf of that sum shall be expended tOf the 101st and the net reserving irrigable Ms bo Call continued JBlargument of yesterday against tlie He argued in favor of a jtttinuaiioe of the irrigation jjjirepeiU of the irrigation lawwould open pit vast area of arid lands of 3 wiles to the operations of foreign who tunld seize mueh of it Berthe desert land and timber land and ptople would deprived of r use and Moody argued iu favor uf tlie gcndmcnt aud spoke of its importance lie people of South He ridi the proUmtions of fercgion in which lie Moody lived for a hundred miles west of ilcli Majur Powell had designated as was as fine an agricultural iitry as the sun ever shone Eeaiian spoke in opposition to the and in favor of continuing finishing his remarks Heagan flded the Hour for a motion to 1Kb progress having been made with fiWll Allison offered a resolu inaking it in order at any time to clhiit debate on any amendment or dl to appropriation bills 1 to live minutes for each the question on such motion to le nined without lie re kcd that such resolution had heeii uenlly adopted by the senate ittcr an executive session the senate TOO MANY DEAD to Dfcreasi Tlieir Nttuibir SUK d Iiy jral AVaiiainakir hijs a large of in response to requests fit recently to tup postmasters of free givcry ofliccs tho country sngirrsiiims ways and s of the number of Bscut lo leUer which lat year noariy two and one The majority suggest that pasod ooiupellinjj senders of all S lohavp return requests written or 1 on all Others thiiik ltK of iinnlaiined letters sliould Itymly he published in the Ttprintcd MI large slieets and posted hdlrts and oilier jliblic WASHINGTON iudians in a Destitute Con July secretary B interior transmitted to congress a from the United Slaws Indian t at South ting that tho SisseKm aud ans ou the Take Traverse reserva in a most destitute e arouth of last vcar having almost to destroyed their and asking he approiriated to keep them n f The Padrone System in house oittee on immigration today heaid Jatemcut hy of this psclf a native of upon the suh the padrone His statc vvas mainly in refutation of tlioso Be by preceding witnesses respecting of the system of Italian we this fiistaut Secretnrjof the July president f appointed Oj of assistant secretary of the vice George re Ho was formerly a member of 5 and is now a special agent ol July States marshal for B and the president has ac his An Iowa July presi it today sent to the senate the nomi Hqn of Edward K issociate justice of ihc supreme rt of Off for Caiie July president f Ms private secretary left here this irnoon for Cape SlayThey will re n here nt of Postal July statcmen een prepared at the postoffice dc ent bhowing the operations of the of the first assistant postmaster fiscal Juno There were postoffices 5 chanfies of name and ln class offices there were aDn0mJl meats on account of 990 on account of Md on ac conntof the death of postmasters In the presidential offices pmntments on account of 579 on account of expiration of eOImmt SjG on account of n m account of the death of postmasters and of FABMEKS NOMINATE The Alliance Com cntion at Paul Close Us July the Tarmeia Alliance United Labor convention tliis morning the first bnsmess was the report of the committee ou resolutions which was It demanded that the war tariff be radically es pecially denouncing the McKmley biil as the crowning infamy of demands government eontrol of rail road demands free and open markets for gram and proper facilities for trans portation thereto es the railroad commission should be governed by the Iowa schedule of rates holds that indebtedness should be de ducted from the tax on realty demands lower interest and penalty for favors an increase in the volume f money and demands the free coinage of silver favors tho im provement of the great waterways for the Australian ballot system for the whole state holds that United States senators and railroad commissioners should be elected by bal ot demand the prohibition of child la Jor favors arbitration to settle labor and equal pay for equal work irrespective of sex considers the recent supreme court decisions fraught with danger to our form of and ivitcs to its support all who toil and all agree with them in Uallotiiig for gubernatorial candidates wasthen The first ballot Total number of liaiiots 412 Necessary lor a irnataus vnutc itnuel The afternoon session was an exciting at which there was some expression f bitterness ou the part of one faction f the alliance against the leaders of an but the ticket finally nominated vas said to be fully acceptable to Si hough there are those who do not be ievc The first ballot of the afternoon re plied Hall Donuelly Buck Owen Baker Dalrymple Upon the announcement of the vote Donnelly took the floor in the interest of He believed the nomination if Hall would be inadvisable aud would injuriously to the Hall lad publicly insulted him by ordering lim to keep away from the district con and his Donnellys frieuds vould not forget He considered a compromise aud proposed as a compromise Hall released his friends from sup porting favoring the compromise Any result would be wholly atisfactory to Then there was a row over the ruling of Hal on some mo iou and someone suggested he call z nan to the chair not interested in the re Finally someone yelled nisci ou The roll call was re Few votes were cast for cither Jail or and the current was all in the direction of editor of the Slock anil published in When it was ipparent the majority was cast for General llauer moved the nomination be made and the convention so ordered Owen made a brief n the course of which he others in he oflicfs aud stores must be made to inderstand that the productive indus ries are not receiving a tithe of what is heir They should reap dollars vhere they now reap Donnelly made a speech warmly coin ncnding the character and standing of Jie new Without further rouble the ticket was completed as fol ows Lieutenant Har Browns Valley secretary of of the Duluth SlMntitnnv an state AVa xisha county state Eric Mat Laqui 1arle attorney After pro for the selection of an executive the first political convention if the Farmers Alliance and labor or ganizations of Minnesota adjourned Decision oil an Original Faekasc July Phil ips has handed down an elaborate deci sion in an original package case argued befori him He granted in unctions to brewing firms in Louis Milwaukee who had engaged in bus ness lu this against County Attor icy Welch aud Sheriff re straining them from further interfering with the plaintiffs Tract Tress Special to Tlie July second necting of the Military Tract Press asso began a two days session in this ity this A goodly number of editors arc The welcoming ad dress was made by Tom of the Bushuell There is a fine program in store for of delivered an ad dress tonight Nerve aud Liver An important They act on stomach and bowels through tho A new They speed ily cure bad torpid piles and Splendid for women and 30 doses for25 Samples free at Wittes drug of the ttliud Meet National Association of Education for the Blind today elected officers as fol lows Arkansas G Clem Xew York Jfary land Ontario William 1L Xew York SjTllp O 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 kid lucr and cleansing the dispelling colds and and curing habitual con A County Superintendent Keslinis Special to The HawkEyeJ July county superintendent of has resigned his and Professor a was elected by the board of supervisors to day to fill the term until Coombs was defeated for the democratic nomination for that office Xcrvous Poor dif sexual cured Ay Miles Samples free at Wittos drug Central Illinois Visited hy Cousiderahle small cyclone visited the country just across the river rom this city this wrecking a Teight train and tearing down trees and small One man named Einer of Kew was struck by lightning while running from the cyclone and instantly Much damage was done to fences aud Violent Storm at July violent rain and wind storm passed over this city this The roofs of a number of houses were blowu many other buildings were Trees in every jart of the city were uprooted Xcarly the wires are prostrated and tele graph poles aud wires arc badly damaged along the A fine Specialto TheHawkEycJ July had fine rain here this doing great good to crops It wasgcnoral oier Han cock Adrice to Mrs Winslow s Soothlns Syrup should al ways be used for children tecthinff soottws the softens the allays all cures wind and is the best remedy for Twentyfive cents a Kff DAMAGED BY Ohio and Pennsylvania Vis ited by Heavy nch Serious Damage at Various Small Cyclone Keur Deaths by July severe accompanied by heavy rain and thunder and passed over the city this The wind blow hurricane and considerable damage was done to At a ternlic thunder and hail storm flooded the streets to an impassable John Cleinmcrs barn was struck by lightning and entirely Several other fires could be seen in various a At Jlorrisville two men were killed by A dispatch from Norristpwn and Lock Haven report heavy storms with damage to A number of sailing vessels were cap sized and for a time grave apprehen sions were eutertamed as to the safety of those known to have been on It was ascertained that all were ANOTHER HEAVY Considerable DamageDone Wind wild Rain ill July heavy storm prevailed in this state yesterday At Ecd Wing and Lake City rain is thought to have done some dam age to but that is a little town near as well as 3tilhvater was reported wiped but the latest report from there dis credits the Anoka suffered some loss from leveled but the worst of tho storm there passed north of that city from which section nothing has yet been Clear accord ng to one report was a severe aut more definite reports from there state tho damage is very The worst of the tornado was felt iu Paul northern north of where the storm played havoc with prop but no loss of life There was the wildest consternation there for a short but the storm veered off to east and moved The only dam age was to the plant of the Acme Chair company which was totally The loss will probably reach A SMALL A Steamer in a July steamer olumbia was struck by a storm on the Delaware this All her awnings were carried away and most of the fancy colored glass in the windows The passengers were terrified and were jacified by the captain with much difii AVorst Storm Ever July town was visited this evening by a rain and hail the like of which has seen here Hailstones broke jvery window on the north side of every milding in the Houses were un roofed and fruit crops in farming yil agcs entirely A TerrUIlc Storm iu July violent wind and rain storm struck this doing terrible Lightning struck Otto Goldn ers killing three Willie and Kate a neigh who was iu the house at the was badly Swept hy a tiOLTIl July cyclone swept over llollertowu this cven Hotels and residences were un roofed and church steeples Dlown The Hollcrtown agricultural works were totally Seven workmen sus tained severe John aged was instantly Two passenger trains on the Lehigh Val ey encountered the storm and both nar rowly escaped being The trains had to feel their way fre quently stopping to allow telegraph poles and trees to be removed from the A Yacht Capsized In the July storm was very severe in this A small yacht containing five men and a boy was overturned in the One man was drowned and the others were rescued with great The terra cotta works at Pea Shore were struck by lightning and badly Jleasure Seekers July steamer Lawrence collided with the pleasure yacht on the Lawrence near Alexandria bay Of a party of twelve on the yacht five were They were Edward Pembcr Edward Miss Margaret Henry and En gineer John all from Lightning liiirns a Vile of Hay Special to The July the itorni this afternoon lightning struck and set lire to eighty tons of hay on the Tainter farm two miles cast of Some stock is reported killed by RUN DOWN ON THE A Sleam Rargc Cut in Two hy an Kxcnr even ing at as the of De with an excursion party was ncaring the her steam steering apparatus gave out in some unaccount able manner and she sheered about and ran the steam barge cutting her completely in two amid Captain Fick and a crew of seventeen were rescued by row boats and yachts that were in the vicin ity of the accident at the The mother of the steward was drowned Judge of an ex cursionist on the City of was severely injured by the breaking of some and three or four other pasen gers were slightly The City of De troit was damaged to the extent of The valued at is a total loss INVESTIGATING THE Government Inspectors Making Inquiries Into tho Sea Wing July Wethern and of the srew of the illfated steamer Sea which wrecked at Lake City Sunday arrived here and ernment Inspectors Yeager anc Knapp are conducting an investigation behind closed Captain Wethera and Clerk Miles have given to tho press a statement of thoac They say the steamer Sea Wing had been recently inspected and found m good condition and with tho bargo she had in company was allowed two hun dred and fifty The number of passengers on board at the time was under one hundred There were on tho boat o hundred one hundred and eightyseven cork lifepreservers and seven Tho boat left Lake City at eight oclock and proceeded up the laks about five When the storm struck the steamer it was completely and instantly Captain Wethern the wheel and did all his powcrto keep the boat headed into tho and remained in the pilot house until com pletely then he broke the side and succeeded in reaching the The engineer stood at his post until the water filled the engine He then mads his When the boat upset there was no water in her and nothing but the force of the w ind upset The barge was not tut loose until the steamer and then to save it from being swamped The crew ere all able men and understood their There were no liquors on and none of the crew drank a drop that and none of the crew were drinking men When the boat leftLake City the storm seemed to have passed and the crew deemed it safe to The passengers also wanted to and so tho boat started on her return A TERRIBLE Farmers Arm Torn Oflwy a liarhed Wire Special to Tlie July terrible accident happened ai farmer by the name of living about a mile south of He was hitching a team to a liay rake when the team became fright ened and started to They were near a barbwire tcnce and when they first started he was thrown against the fence and in some way was dragged for considerable distance with his left arm igainst the When picked the lesh was so torn and lacerated between Lhe elbow and shoulder that amputation was found to be and the arm was taken off at the Funk is about fifty years and having lost lots of blood before the operation was he will not THE TIOGA Sensational Developments at tlie Coron ers July inquest into cause of the death of the victims of he explosion ou the steamer last was begun Oil Inspector who has made an examination of contents of oil barrels in tho gave some sensational evidence this He said that he found ipou examination that a ladge part of the cargo consisted of barrels of naphtha and that these were labeled simply Dia mond instead of being specifically marked so that any one could more readily learn their contents as jy The coronor has notified the United States district attorney of these developments and that gentleman says he will look into this matter James agent of the com pany at said the Tioga had hree Imndrcd and twenty barrels sup posed to contain refined oil shipped by ilie Gcuesee Oil The lino has rule against receiving inflammable or explosive articles on but as it has no inspector of oils ijt depended on the aith of the oil THE FIRE mocks llurijjfil at Hot UUT July blocks of buildings in tho business por tion were burned last entailing a loss of An Illinois Town Wiped Out ly July Smtincl special says the business portion of was wiped out by tire this Loss about Ierished In His barn and outbuildings of Doolittle burned this Doolittle burned to A Kisr llaze at July iu Alle gheny City tonight destroyed the Pitts burg box National Lime and Ce ment works and two lumber The fire covered an area of more than an The Last Kody LAKE July body was found this of a little girl named Eosie This makes one hundred and oue bodies re covered and it is all are now out of the Gas Explosion at July a ex plosion of gas in blast furnace of the Cambria Iron works this four men were two An Infants Skeleton iPouncl Under Joe Smiths Hotel at tearing down Joo Smiths old the Mansion workmen found tho skeleton of an infant under the evidence of some crime of the long The old Mansion house is one of the few Mormon relics left in July William eighty years of and his aged were drowned in tho river at Sunday School July thirteenth annual convention of the Indian Terri tory Sunday school is in session at this Among those attendancefrom a is Professor William of Sunday school worker of national Articles of Incorporation July Proctor Gamble with a capital or composed of New York and Cincinnati organized to manu factdre filed articles of incorporation hero to day Xcw York Citys July of the census today com pleted tho official rough count of tho pop ulation of New The result shows The Tennessee July more bal lots were taken for governor at tho dem ocratic ztate convention with no material Nerv cured by Miles Samples free at 3 Wittes drug Death of the Oldest July Thomas the oldest turfman in the United died here More Gold for Ntvv July IT hundred thousand dollars in gold bars were or dered for shipment to Europe Our Friend the Bed Bug If jou would quickly and nermanentlj rid j our bed of Dugs put a small DOX or Bough on Rats in a pint bottle of shake well when using Doucue the mixture into the thoroughly with a Quarter pound of with this mixture fill all cracks and crevices In the These two methods are wzrranted to never to be affective and Cut this WILL THEY FICHT Complications Caused by the An gloGerman U the 1owers Ae quirinfr Large possessions in Africa Wlii tlinjr to Keep Up Julj AngloGerman agreement may be tho direct cause of bringing on serious European complica It has stirred up France to very energetic action and the making of de mands which place England in an em barrassing The agreement trenched upon French rights In Zanzi which Eibot offered to forego on condition that England would agree to the abrogation of a treaty which ham pered France in regard to which is under French but cannot be formally annexed while this treaty holds finding himself in a tight was on the point of jielding when Italy took tho alarm and insisted that which she has long coveted on account of its proximity to her south ern shall not be turned over to France Premier Crispi has notified Aus tria and Germany that the annexation of Tunis b Fiance would call for the joint action of the triple which means that Austria and Italy should prevent it by force if Crispi an explanation from and has also sent a vigorous pro test to The English premier will have need of all his skill to get quietly out of the Crispis added to the troubled condition of Servia and make the whole European situation extremely France continues to make rapid pro gress in the acquisition of African terri tory south of the Sahara In spite of some checKS recently sustained the republic has silently gone ahead an nexing and establishing protectorates un til the vast territory acquired almost touches the English equatorial posses Ribot announces to the pow ers that the native chiefs on tho Dpper Niger have signed a treaty agreeing to a French and the Paris an antiministerial an nounces the route of a French force in the same through her long possession of has many ad vantages over other European nations in northern and central The Arabs are tho dominant race in all this although a mere handful in iomparison with the and France ias a force ot many thousands of highly trained both cavalry and which can bo moved rapidly on camels through these tropical She a number of Influential Arab chiefs and have grown up under the French in her and these men grow as new com mercial ranks are opened through the progress of the French in Kibots announcement practically means the acquisition of more than a million square rnilos of territory by Joseph Chamberlain announces in a public letter that the strength of the unionist party is This has ex cited great merriment among tho Glad whose agents in the various constituencies are daily reporting a steady return of the unionist rank and He to the liberal they is whistling to keep his cour age and endeavoring to arrest tlie stampede of his followers to the Glad stonian ExKing of is now pro nounced to be This is probably the prelude to an attempt to get rid of him Dy locking him up in a lunatic Milan never had much brains and has always been a worthless without any sense of financial responsi The queer things he is reported as doing of late are in the line of his con duct since he Amounted the and with the dissipated life he led as a stu dent in The emigration statistics for the year issued by the Italian show an increase in the number of de partures from Italy so large as to cause much uneasiness in regard to the coun trys available material for military aug mentation in the event of an emergency demanding a large addition to the The returns just published show that during the period mentioned nearly Italians sought homes in other Of these emigrated to the Argentine to Brazil and to the United the re mainder going chiefly to As a result of the recent troubles in the London police department sixteen in spectors have been transferred from the posts they have held for several hears to localities as distant as possible from their former Although no reason is given for these it is pretty generally believed that the inspectors were in active sympathy with the dis affected men and advised them more or less in the cause they Baron Wissmaun has reconsidered his determination to nsign his position as German imperial commissioner in Africa and will remain in the colonial service for tho It is understood that Lieu tenant Baron Grevcneuth will continue acting commissioner and Wissmanu will remain in Berlin to assist in thereor ganization of the German system in Africa on an new the changes being demanded by the largo in crease of the territory through the AngloGerman TO WATCH THE Leading Agencies iu London and Iaris Kmployed hy the July leading de tective agencies of this city and Paris have been retained by the Ilussian gov ernment as a result of the belief that the chiefs o the nihilists have their head quarters in those cities and are arrang ing new plots against the czar and his It is said that recent devel opments make it a certainty that the head center of the nihilists is located in this that he has ample funds at his and that he is in continuous correspondence by cipher with nihilist groups in New York and as well as thoughout It is also known that at least two conferences of nihilist delegates have tikcn place in this citj since April for tho purpose of considering measures calculated to spread terrorism through out the czars GENERAL FOHEIGN A ianiily of Five IJurned to July two oclockthi morning fire broke out in the bar room owned by Delamaire The llames made such rapid progress that tho whole building was soon It was only after vvas extinguished that the firmeu came upon a family of five who had perished The familv consisted of Pierre Meranda his wife and three who had recent 1 returned from the United States in tending to settle in their native eitv It is thought that others have perished in the Kcturncd to Parliament Julj 17 a lib eral has been returned to parliament foi MidDurham by a of Will Try to Arrange a Matclii Inly a meeting of the Pelican Club the directors decided to trv and arrange i match between Tack the middle weight champion of and Jack the English lad Burke signified his willingness to meet the American and Lord Lonsdale agreed that the club should of fer a purse of for Burke and Demp scy to fight and the Pelican Club also agreed to allow Dempsey JB100 for A GHOSTLY A Strange Story Concerning the Old ware Mills July ghostly story is told as follows concerning the old Delaware which had long been unoccupied and weie destrojcd on tho night of the Fourth by supposed to be of incendiary A man named Thompson was killed in 1S62 on the site of the Delaware mills by a man named The murderer was but was released on condition that he would enlist m the United States which he The mills belonged to the Union Pacific roadandwere night ly visited by troops of under the captaincy of Thompsons Thomp son spent his last days on earth in and aiound this These ghosts were say the immediate neighbors liv ing near tho To the number of about thirty or the spirits met about and clearing the third story of everything lying around indulged m yells and followed by music of a heavenly This music continued until about when a general rollcall ended the per WAS A WOMANS HAND AND of u Foul Crime Given Up Iy tlie Mississippi at Louis July by piece portions of a human body arc being given up by tins river and the ghastly evidence of a murder is corning to Two bunds and arms have along the river though no one is known to be the police fear some horrible murder has com mitted that some poor victim lias been hacked to pieces and cast into the water that the crime might be con Worst of the mutilated pieces are parts of a womanTs Sunday afternoon a man reported to the police a iind which may in tho cad lead to the discovery of as thorough a murder mys tery as any that has ever He was catching drift wood at the foot of Convent and rowed out into the river in a skill awl collected large quantity of the which towed to Stepping out on the bank he began hauling in the wood out of the looking downt lie saw a liuman hand sticking out from the de lie grasped the hand and And to his astonishment he found that it was only a hand and a portion of the The arm had been cut off just below the with the was what the drift wood catcher STEAM WITHOUT Chemist Proposes to Vrenent Methods of Socurtus This July promi nent chemist of San now in Is preparing to make public a discovery will work wonderful changes in the economy oC steamship Uis scheme is to dis pense with the use of fuel of all He has devised an apparatus by means of which water can be utilized as By means of his chemical machine the water is to be resolved into its oxygen and These gases are to be burned by means of an oxohydro gen machine producing intense The machine is placed adjacent to the boiler and will thus generate the steam to propel the Local capitalists arc taking hold of the and if the experiment proves successful a big stock company will be MURDERED HIS Six llorrible ISutchery Performed hy July talcof youth ful depravity hard to believe comes from a small town in the western portion of Jonnsou county remote from railways and telegniph Mon day night the sixteenyearold son of a farmer named Sullivan entered the bed room of his parents and fatally shot He is now in The reason he gives for the deed is that he was tired waiting for the old prop LABOR Kar brrin lie Lurkout JSEiv July cloakmak crs lockout is yet far fram Tho Contractors Union are inclined to re pudiate the agreement with the manu signed yesterday by the con tractors The cutters went to They ask for an outright reimbursement of wages for the time they were and tlie manufactu rers seem unwilling to concede If they do the cutters will go and the situation will be as bad as The Ilint Glass July national convention of the Flint Glass Makers Union brought its labors to a close today and William ot was elected president tor the ensuing Street Car AVar at July street car war is still in progress with no signs of either party giving The Col lege City Street Railway company was laying another track on Main which is tlie principal street of the when an injunction was served on it by tne new The work was stopped and Main street is in a terrible being torn up from oue end to the other and seriously impeding all Tho old company has filed an answer to the and the case is to be heard by Judge Glenn next Both parties are determined to fight the caseto tho bitter and interesting developments are Happy postmaster of writes Electric Bitters has done more for than all other medicines for that bad feeling arising from Kidnev aud Liver John farmer and of same says Find Electric Bitters to be the best Kidney and Liver medicine made me feel like a new W hardware same Eleetrie Bitters is just the thing for a man whojis all run down and dont care whether lie lives or dies he found new strength good appetite and felt just like he had a new lease on Only 50c a bottle at George Henry drug A Loan Association Secretary July secretary of the German and Centeniai Building and Loan is short in his accounts about He has turned over worth of property and resigned Hi his not let b en ar Wants to lulj the English middleweight is com ing to Pritehard will fight George L iBIamVe Jack Dempsey or YoungTMitchcll in any club in the United States tint offer the biggest and his Incker in addition to the ptuse that may be will wager Virginias Xaturul Itridse Va July 17 natural bridge propertv h is been sold to i chusetts and Virginia sj ndicatc for 000 It was purch ised from Colonel H C Parsons and Honorable fames O Blame Soldiers3Xothem Julv Xa tional Womans Relief Corps home for soldiers wives and army at Lake was ded icated todaj nnder auspices of the Wo mans Relief Corp BIS SENTENCE REDUCED Fred One of the Had dock 9 Governor for the Pardon Singular Accident at Terrible Tragedy at Special to Dns July Boies today commuted the sentence of Fred Slunchrath from four years in the penitentiary to three Muneh rath was convicted of manslaughter on September for complicity in the conspiracy which resulted in the killing of Haddock in Siouv which resulted from efforts to en force the prohibitory law at place It has never been charged that Munehrath was present at the murder but that ho was in the conspiracy to as sault the minister was Much In terest has been aroused in thecaseowiug to the fact that who was con sidered as was tried twice and finally the jury disagreeing the first time Munehrath was the only one His case was appealed to the supreme but they affirmed the Larrabee was petitioned for tho pardon but only suspended the Governor Boies received the case in The governor in commuting tho sentence says it is shown by the evidence on the part of the state that Munehrath was the most conserva tive of all engaged In the and that he cautioned the others not to go too not to hurt the to give him a black so that no one would get into A FATAL A ITotraB Man Off a Train iu Sleep Near July other night the passengers on train from prised and amused by a joungmanrs put ting his head out of the window and call ing He sank back in his ind they saw that he was A iittle later he went out of the leaving coat and one shoe Noticing these articles a time or two and no Conductor Drew searched the train and inquired for then tele graphed for section men to search the road cast from They found the poor fellow dead by the three miles from this Ho had evidently walked off the train in his There was no evidence of his being drunk or His name is Martin He belongs to a good Ohio family and was ticketed for where he was going to teach Letters in his valise show that he was soon to have been Both his affianced his mother strongly ob jected to his coming west lest rorneth tig should happen THE SHAPE The right foot torequire ampntationatthSanli He was a faithful ei and a maa ot Must PnDliefsch 3 popularjrknown as the tion was decided day in thfc snit ot Theodore against tht board ers ot the city ot the court was asked requesting the board toifuweC taught in the lower Judge Howland holdsgjx German must be tanghtjthat thejscfi commissioners have no in the premises and cannot abol ish the teaching ol the languages of the lower grades ot the public school A Dreary Outlook for KANSAS dispatchifc an evening paper condition of the corn day fy day Uot winds blew yesterdaj and causing great those scetioas of the state havj had no En somesections fine fa ers have about given nphopesi vesting any crops at At there is no more than half the state thatik ev en jirty well In many sec ttons the fanners are marketingho fearing they will have nocorn j The Wing Special to the HawfcEy oil July ste Sea which was capsized in a stor on Lake Pepin where so many lives lost was simply an nmvteldy rafter andV has been engaged in port for She was started with a raft the day following disaster and steamer Luella is now performing that Old river me say that the Sea Wing was top heavr Kcfutiug a Slanders Spoetal to The HawkEyeJ July 17 Got justice of the peace of this town and a member of the highly ed Gordon was in Carthage to day getting letters and affidavits toshow that never wasa Charles Gordon in Gordons and that Omaha story is a A mass of Umony will beforwarded in the to Old Adopt the July managers the western roads after a long sion failed to adopt the committ report on the adjustment of rates from the Missouri river and Ther Atchison blocked the scheme by ing to agree to the proposed reduction grain rates from Kansas and Finally new committee appointed to consider the whole A Xew Soap f July tor and Gamble with of composed of New Tort Cincinnati organized to manu facture filed articles of here VOTED FOR lEeports of Kot Among Exa July have been received from nintncrs at Xau voo and who say that the re port ofrot rmong the grapes has been It is now certain that the crops at booh points will be An extensive vintner at Xauvoo said We will hane a very large and will ship millions of baskets to all parts of countrySprrying the vines with fluid poisons to prevent rot and insect pests lias proven a great we used millions of little paper bags with which to cover the The Chi Burlington and Quincy express agent at Montroseis said to make oxer S200 alone every year on express com missions throug the shipment of A Peculiar Special to Tho HawkEyeJ July siu jular accident happened Elmer Wall a Central last by which he lost his right Walling had been up own and about 10 oclock went down to his way car to go to Just as he was about to cross the he avers that some one dealt him a blow on the back of the head and he fell with his right arm across the Switch engine 59 was passing at the moment and the wheels passed over his crushing it terribly np to the As yesterday was payday on the supposition is that some miscreants slugged Walling for the purpose of robbing v Dishonest Officers July a meet ing of the Kivcr Land Settlers union at Homer charges were made against the president and secretary of converting the unions funds to their use and continuing needless river land The trial resulted in the officers being George Royster was elected as the new president and Richard Pierce as A resolu tion to abandon the litigation and ask congress for indemnity passed unani mously and a committee to draft a bill was The State DES July state con vention of Iowa stenographers elected the following officers W of Ottumwa vice of Des Moincs Bai of Carroll of Mar and of Kepkuk secretary and Carrie of DCS Moines of Des Moines Vanpelt and Walter of Des of Sioux and of The Will DES July of the Woodbury County Fanners has called a meeting to be held at Sergeant Bluffs July All the subordinate and county alliances in the eleventh congressional district hove been requested to send rep resentatives to the meeting for othe pnr poe of considering the of forming a ditrict organiz itmn Dubuque Saloon July Line hau his granted an injunction against fifty five Dubuque aloon keepers The prosecuting attorney was allowed fees aggregating There is no likeli hood of the injunction being The sentiment in the county is so strong ly in favor of tho open saloon that noth ing of state interference would close and with ernor Boies In the chiir this is not hkelv to occur Fired the bioex Cm of Little Sioux a wealthy is now in charge of a deputy United States marshal in thi city Three weeks ago when Census Enumerator Clarke called him he refused to answer the questions on the schedule Clarke was persistent and Parkhill threw him ont of the Supervisor Seir today swore ont a war rant for ParkhuTi arrest This is the first case of the kind in thi section COUNCIL la July lu T of com muted suicide here by taking morphine Despondency i aused by the loss 000 in an investment is supposed to have been the c luse of the aet iV ludicrous Drowsy was Witli the From the Tort A typical knight of was detained in a small town in western New York a while where a revival ing was in Ee had met a of convivial friends during his stay and had what is popularly known as a load he drifted into the revival meeting and took a seat well np in It vvas rather close and the warm air vvas conducive to Thedrnminer yielded to the drowsy and after nodding a little sank Ihl a profound and slept through the ministers rather long and dry dis The audience sung a hymn the drummer slept Then the evan gelise began his and wound up his fervid appeal this request Will all of you who want to go heaven please Every one in the church except the sleepy drummer When the pvan gelist asked them to be of thei brothers iu the same pew as accidentally brushed against him as he sat The drummer rub bed his partially heard the last portion of the cnangelists re which was I want all of you who want ta go to hell to stand The drummer struggled a leaned forward and rose from his seat dazed sort of A sort of suppressed laugh he heard from some the younger and an expression of horror he noticed on some of the faces of the older ones Steadying himself against the he looked at the gelistand thensaidi I dont know just ex actly what were voting but yon and I seem to be in a hopeless Not July Etrtom HAWKEYE July Sth a little telegraphic item appeared in your paper to the effect that the Presbyterian church of this place had taken steps to build a female college to be located at this place at t cost of Will yon kindly correct the figures We note that other papers are copying the Tho building when completed will cost and is the Texas which will be conducted under the auspices of the Presbyterian chnrch It will be located in the center of a ten acre Sherman has now four each costing ove two public school buildings erected at a costof about If About to or Tbe voyager cannot be provided a saf e remedy and e medicine than Hostetr ters Abundant exist toprovc that it nullifies hurtful innnences and the effects of reconciles the stomach looawji and prevents Injurious results front miners haveall contributed their o testimony in its and its llucncehits been most effectually strated in regions and other if not really tbftt fact would lonjc sinee hav e been In no class oC orders have its remedial and properties been more than in cases oC malarial maladies which it is the most popular specific inex both here and in the Its scarcely second enjoys this It a most agreeable appetizer and Short Smiles vY time should it not obtain leave of absence Too much ronfidcncu should placed i a hsh They are A scaly The wit of eminent lawyers in our modern courts is essential The man who sings the soi Old Sexton has to have a Amputated MASO July ITrveari a wiper in the Iowa Central en gine house in was to mount a moving engine In the yard the other evening when his foot and he fell with one foot under the What is a cold In f he head Medical uut Ities says It is due 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