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   Burlington Hawk-Eye (Newspaper) - July 22, 1890, Burlington, Iowa                                THE ESTABLISHED INGTON TUESDAY BEATEN TO Horrible Story of Cruelty to a Crip pled Child at Jeunie Death Canted by Inhuman Treatment Received at the Uandu of Her Mother and Vengeance Special to The July 21 six weeks ago the city police were notified that a family by the name of living iu the west part of were abusing their sixyearold crippled An in vestigation was but not sufficient charges were proven to demand any ar Again last week information was filed and the family tliis the father and stepmother were but a stepsister twenty years old was convicted of assault and lined In lieu of the same she was sentenced to j but being in an advanced stage of pregnancy the sentence was neighbors testify that after that the in this The state census of 1S85 gave Fort Dodge The cansus just covering a period when the city has grown as steadily as at any other time iu her shows an increase of only The United States census of 1880 gave Fort Dodge inhabitants and in the live years from then to the state census a gain of SCO was The figures of 1890 show a total gain over those of 1880 of It is generally conceded that the returns ought to show a population of COMMENCEIIENT AT j TinGraduation In ManjIn Attendance Special to The HawkEycJ July annual commencement exercises of the Western Normal college at this place commenced last night with the bac calaureate address in the new College by Myers of The hall was beautifully decorated and though very several hundred people were turned nnable togaiu As the various which are very marched in and took their it was an inspiring uearlv SENATORS TALK Voorhses Argues at Length Against the McKinley The Home Oat of t to the Memory of the BcpmentatlTe of WathtectoB treatment and early Sun iu the union was i I An Immense IlmrMC nf day morning the child As soon a the news of lliis spread over town a move ment was made to bring justice by the I quickest and a special patrol had An immense chorus of singers assisted by the new pipe organ and orchestra fur nished the Captain the was the picture of robust health July the senate the select committee on our relations with Canada was authorized to continue its investigations during the coming re cess and at the next session of the sen The bill authorizing the of a pontoon bridge across the Missis sippi river at Davis moved to proceed to the con sideration of the Indian appropriation Gray made a which was that the senate proceed to the consideration of the bill house measure to transfer the marine service from the treasury to the marine The bill having been read the date for the appointment of revenue marine ollicers navy was fixed for Im wen and of our leading physi summoned by the cor mortem examine to be placed at the house to prevent vio nd ad no making every on hear It was a masterlv effort from one of Indianas distinguished a mortem A Iiule city is ru of hun tion was made this After I areds of stndcnts having returned for The good people of Shenandoah have thrown ope wide the doors of their hospitable homes and invite all visitors to make themselves at Tonight occurred the graduation of the music Evcryihius bids fair for the grandest week in history of the Western Normal A llouittifnl Crop EKII splendid crop rain set it at eleven oclock Friday n third sittinz of the coroners jury the testimonies were finished and a ver dict rendered as follows The said ijury upon their oaths do say that we find the said Jennie Webbs death was the result of cruel and inhuman treatment at the hands of Sarah AY ebb and Anna and wit recommend that they be held to answer to the crhuc of and while we have not sufficient evidence fto hold Arthur we consider him and hope that in some way hi Mnay receive his just It is said icicn c ins lust Jtissatd I j iriuay the ireatiniMit the child received is be lldfell steadily and gently all day lyond It was pounded snaking into the ground nicely ground with bed mob churn of off in A to be ofiiccrs of th January At two oclock the bill was laid aside without action and the senate proceeded to the consideration of the tariff bill and was addressed in opposi tion to criticised Die tariff bill in He characterized it as a financial The reduction in sugar and molasses was no reduction at ail in th passage of the Noeffortwill be made thteweek the river and harbor but fthe tariff debate proves protracted the bill will be laid aside informally to per mit the river and harbor bill to come be fore the Nothing definite has been decided regarding a cus upon the election In the house the program has been partially outlined by special The bankruptcy biil will come next after the original package bill and occupy the time until The election committee may render reports in the pending THE BUTT ON OLA88 A Committee of GUM Aak that It be July uftar the delegates to the annual conven tion of the National Glass Blowers as which has been in session in presented to the senate com mittee on finance a request that the duties laid by the house bill on glass hot tlcss be Their president said that within the past two years there had sprung up competition with foreign importers which the home manufacturer could not The he contained no none but laborers and they asked the change in their interest PASSENGER TRAIN WRECKED Meagre Reports of a Serious Acci dent Near it U Known How Many People May be Terrible Explosion of Pow lfr at Bed Indiana Other THE WORLDS A Meeting iu Chicago In the Interest of Sunday July a large meeting held in Farwcll hall Sunday afternoon light of the proposed bounty to The increase iu woolen goods amounted to a This was simply the only protection Voorhces referred to the recent Stanley ivcdding in and the wedding presents of fabulous Among these was a gift of gift richer and rarer and far more costly than any that could be offered by the queen of England or the king of The gift was an uncut and and madi sleep nu a pile of straw in an out Webb is a street car driver nd married about a year both having lie three chil Iren and It is the most brutal hapter ever recorded in Oskaioosas his oryandour little city is in i fearful tate of THE TURNERS AT Hole of Ilic Athletic Irlzes Specinl to The HuwkEyeJ Jentli biennial festival of the Uppi Ilfslssippi Turnbczirk was concluded ttday as far as lo the athletic program I There was a good attend Bcealilic grounds though not so great the crush of The festival S uuniarred by accident and was hiah Al Turner hall this reninc the great band concert as given which was attended by tU of jieople and interspersed ith athletic feats by the Turners liswas followed by the awarding of izes and a ball which occupied the The following are the awards In general athletics Davenport Turn ein first DCS Moiiics second rlinctun i Held sports First first Sieiiiirs Chris Wabbert Otto Reich Second group first Northwest second crt third llliam Siemsen Third group first prize oh Kock second If third Chris fourth High and lirst it 10 Beneral first second Hugo In the singins double quartets entered Davenport first Island DCS Moines tomorrow will be devoted loa fnitcr I reunion and drives about the i good crop of corn is now where before there were grave fears of total failure or a very short This county has never yet had a failure of The dry weather of this following three iinsually dry summers had begun to make the farmers feel fear ful of Farmers have in many instances been haulinc water for stock and pasttirs had burned This fine rain puts things right Small fruit fanners have suffered severely from the Raspberries and blackberries promised heavy yield but were withered and dried up by the Hay is a short Small grain is better in yield and superior in A Narrow FOUT July Saturday evening traveling representa tive of the firm of Knhn of our quality diamond of such size and that neither the richest of the crown jewels of England nor the moonstone of India could surpass it in How came this American king of steel and iron to have such The farmers of the United States had paid for that diamond ten thousand times over in the last twenty years by paying an average duty of over thirty eight per cent on every article of iron and steel they used and by paying the increased rates of freight made necessary by the high duties on steel and iron rails and rolling If the pending bill be came a law the farmers would have to pay on iron and steel an increasedutyoffroin to n 1 per Voorhees passed on to the discussiouof the proposed increase of ISO per on tin in order to protect infant industry yet and give employment to workingmen now It would be far cheaper for the country to pay idle men aver age wages than to tax every square of July following re port of a reported from has been received at the headquarters of the Rock Island road in this city The Kock Island went through a bridge about a mile west of Muian The conductors think tucy have found every one except the One man was badly hurt and several slightly The Baggage smoker and coach were The sleeping car is all A TERRIBLE OniMau Killed aud a Number at Ked July terrible ex plosion of powder occurred at Ked Key this completely demolishing tarroll Horns grocery and injuring nine one of whom cannot live The explosion was caused by a man ightmg fire which threw sparks into a can of ty so that a portion may be set off for A rumor is also in circulation that an action will be brought to annul the divorce but whether on the grounds of technical Imperfections or not Is not Fishers who live it Bock Island have been strongly opposed to her marriage with U was at first planned that thc marriage should take place at the home of her but the parents would not agree to It was then planned that thc marriage should take a visit should made to liners people on the wedding and the latter hinted that the shorter the visit the more agreeable it would be for CIRCUS IN THE COUNCIL The Municipal Menagerie ably Agitated Last Injured came near losing his He was driving a thresher traction engine over the Mud creek on the Augusta when the structure gave way be neath the The driver was buried in the sand under the So fast was he hold that he had to be dug from his unpleasant position with spades Fortunately he fell in a manner that prevented a fatal crushing and the dry condition of the creek made drowning Cline thinks he had a narrow and is glorious over his escape from the undesirable rcvonue taves on brokers j and bank checks and incomes had been while the tin every dinner tea pot and milk simply to build up half a dozen millionaires and enable them to give coaching parties to protection and to found libraries from savings of fifteen per reduction of wages of Tin plate had the first right to be on the free and he at the proper move to put it There was no manufacture of it in the and there was nothing to even if protection were All internal it that the worlds Columbian exposi tion be closed on The reso lutions declare that tho injury to the state and nation of an open Kuro pean Sabbath cannot be estimated and that the American institution of a quiet Sabbath Theex ample set by thc United States in Phila delphia in and Paris in 1889 should be and we owe it to tiie work ing people of thc and especially to those of our nation that this most pre cious boon of a rest day be saved for A copy of thc resolution was forwarded to the state senate and house of Governor Pres ident the commissioners of thc exposition and tho Chicago board of The meeting the auspices of gentlemen more or less identified with the Young Mens Chris tian association aud Chicago Evangelican Worlds fair matters were not the primary objects of the The resolutions were introduced and adopted after speeches following upon stall made by Major just from regarding the interest be ing taken across the Atlantic in every thing pertaining to the coming exposi ements turned Hall Ilayem com posed of employes of the IJtiiincnit and Gate City went over the river yesterday afternoon and played a game of The game was played about two miles above but un known to those who took part in within the city as the game was finished the city marshal of Warsaw put in an appearance and arrested those of the party he suspected had been play ing ball and took them to Bond was promptly furnished and the arrested persons duties on trace tin flannel and the like had had manifold At the close of the speech Cockrell offered a resolution which was agreed to expressing the senates regret at the announcement of the death of Kepre sentative of and for the appointment of a committee of three senators to attend the and Berry were appointed and the as a further mark of THE A iiii i atloiiul rro 31 In t ES Batliinal special from Fort Dodge a p recl in the Chicago Tritiumyesterday extensively sayini t certain disappointed applicants for position of stale mine inspectors e preferred charges against tin cmivc composed of the gov secreinry of auditor and claiming they Were not given ir deal Ihe civil service examina which law and the rcappointment of the present e mine inspectors was made without ard to the results of such examina Pinfacisof the case arc just the Iu the first place the executive iUiai nothing to iiu with the mat Ihe exaininations are conducted bv pecial board of examiners holdiii ccfor that purpose alone and whose is did after ngs Ixaiiiinaiion which they con ed squarely and The eov r has no option enppoiniiiieiitsfroiii whoever these fciners certify as havine the oeces igh standing aud in this the republican inspectors far outstripped others in examination and were miiiendiil and received SOLD HfflSELFrO THE Aitiiins Ufa Kariiier Creutes ellenienl ill July excitement Created in town when three farmers rly township brought iu a man been acting very ie a tanner Cramer was coins errill yesterday he observe a man in a pasture lot by the pe evening when he returned the Mill stood aud with ir two others went over to see what matter The man naUd that W sold Himself to the both his in tins world and his soul in the that he could only redeem him standing Three men se l and brought him to where nsane commissioners examined him concluded it to be a bad case ot dili The party grfve his name A Iwtty iirl und a Good Special to Tlie ataeleVr rJSlandl jail llCTO charge of He has a wife our children living on the other side B river but left tliem there whilehe this side and was married Sun noriiing to Miss Ida also of Al tlle the service chapel information of i reached his wife and his ar arraiguinent in the police court mug His second wife i little woman who savs she nothing of the first family of ihe granted the leal 01 fneiit of the ease in tins part of the from said Will the CIIIAII July heuserBusch brewing company of Ijouis through their attorney have issued a replevin suit in the superior court to re cover possession of a ijuantity of liquor seized recently claiming that the seizure was contrary to They also ask for damages for the retention of the This will be watched with a great deal be made a test Manon Xcw under stood hero that that Hill has sold seventyseven miles of the Mason City Fort Dodge railway to the Southwestern and the latter road will build through to this point this This will give this section one of the very best systems of being a direct connection of northeast with the great Lackawana and afford ing an excellent outlet on the southwest Hied of His July Husoj the twelveyearold son of Fred died Sunday afternoon at five oclock from injuries received Friday in the hayfield of one mile south of The boy fell from the falling under the horses the horses kicking him in the head and TinWiitrr Works KOCK water company announces that it will be ready to the water works next and Thursday has been lixed as the All sorts of ainusemeiitswill be the including races by the two hose by the are hard to County tiA Ida County Teachersinstitute has been in session this State Superintendent Sabin delivered a lecture the opera house on the Power of Common It was well An Atljouriiniem Taken a of Ut speit to the Late lEepreseiitative July the hous of from the com mittce on public reported a reso lution calling on the secretary of the in terior to inform tin house by wha authority and why ho has authorized an directed the issue of patents to the Unioi Pacific railroad company for land granted the company prior to the pay debt duo the United Slate id and that he also re port to the house the amount of lam that has been patented orcertificd tocacl of the land grant corporations of th Union Pacific railway system up to this Resolutions were then iiminiinoiislj adopted expressive of the sorrow will which the house had heard of the dcatl of of and provid ing for the appointment of a committee of seven members of the house and three members of the senate to take charge of the funeral The house at as a mark of respect to the IOWA Made in Iowa for wrk Kuding July July following postoflice changes were made in Iowa during the week ending July 1SOO Chickasaw August postmaster Sioux George An Postmaster Polk Samuel Population Too Small juiy were disappointed people in Fort knowu the ve tie citv Thcre is doubt has becn done an injustice l An July idiotic prac tical joker of this place loosened the ropes of a causing a young married to fall and permanently injure her Charged With RKII Ham extreasurer of the Red Rock school has been charged with embezzling the funds of the district to the extent of Hare Secured July the Texas has consented to deliver an address on the tariff at the blue grass palace cxiwsition some time in To Manufacture Creamery MASOX July stock company will be formed in this city for the purpose of manufacturing all kinds of creamery supplies from a bucket to an By 1lntt Chlorides Freely much sickness and trouble mav he pre GENBBAL WASHINGTON The Federal Election July republi can members of the senate committee on privileges and elections were again in session today considering the federal election To Establiuli American Uraiii July tive Comstock today introduced a bill authorizing the secretary of agriculture to establish uniform grades of all kinds of grain transported from one state to or to any foreign country which shall be known as American A in July secretary of the interior today received a telegram from Captain superintendent of the Yellowstone National stat ing that the great Excelsior geyser has been in a state of eruption since fast Sat urday for the first time in A column of hot water rises fron the crater into the air a distance of three hundred A Favuralile Keport July senate committee on public today order ed a favorable report on the house bill to amend the action of June It ex tends the privileges granted bv that act subject to the privileges of limitations and restrictions thereof to all persons entitled to the right of homestead or pre emption under the laws of the United who have resided upon and A Mother Special to THE HiTTKEn July William i bcen admittcd Proved for five years the lands granted lo any railroad but whose en trics or filings have not for any cause umneor iaay and the mother I 01 a large family of young men and wo mcndcd aged dlf Miles Wittes drug pimples free Foreeant of July republi cans do not intend to engage in encral debate on the tariff therefore thc democratic senators will make the open ing The republican members of the finance have been informed that the democratic will not A Noteworthy Celebration to he Held in July largest Odd 1ellows demonstration that has ever oc curred will takeplacein August 3 to when members of the or der will be in the The occasion is the triennial Odd Fellows Parade and first Grand Cantonment of the Patriarchs the military branch of the order that was founded five years ago aud that already numbers uni formed Of these to will be present to take part in the competitive the dress the grand review on August and the other Cash prizes amount ing to will he distributed amon the various Prizes gating over will be awarded among the Subordinate and Rebekah Thc prize and to bo used for the legitimate expense of the is already in bank in as certi fied by the president of the The celebration will be noteworthy as being the largest gathering of a secret society ever and also as the most tirilliant pageant of modern The paraphernalia of the Patriarchs Militant is richer than that of any other similar body of The uniforms are re splendent with Thc ban will make a per fect sea of brilliant as has not been page cants of the old chivalric Thc generalissimos staff will consist of 150 mounted while a squadron of Hussars and another of Lancers will swell the number of mounted men to several all on gorgeously caparisoned In addition to the Patriarchs there will be thirty or thirtyfive thousand Odd Fellows of thc subordinate lodges in all uni when the grand parade aud re view One of the most attractive events of thc celebration will be the decoration of when the degree of knighthood will be conferred upon a number of can This will take place at in the open in a brightly lighted and will be attended with elaborate The city authorities of Chicago have granted the exceptional privilege of the use of thc Lake Front Park for all of these Here is to be one of the sites of tho worlds The park is a bounded on one side by Michigan and on tbc other by Lake On the border of the lake there will be several exhibitions of fireworks that will bo in keeping with the general magnitude of the The park is to be en closed with a widemeshed wire that will not cut off cither tho air or the Reviewing stands will be capable of seating thc great crowds that are expected to attend the celebration Tlie railroads leading to Chicago have made cheaper rates than ever before THB WO WHISTLES WERE Two Wrecked Hit Vart Toirii Poirr July The steam ship George from Portland for with a full cargo of freight and a largo passenger went ashore near Point Wilson this morning in heavy The vessel is in a very dalferoiis position should a storm come Sev eral tugs will endeavor to get her off Two revenue cutters are at the scene assisting in discharging the The bark Oakland also went ashore this and the masters of both vessels assert that the Point Wilson fog whistle was not The keeper at the says it There will probably be an THE TI08A Thr Coruoern Jury the dlctment of a July The coroners jury in the matter of the explosion of the steamer by which about twenty live lives were brought in a verdict this It censures the Union Steamboat company which owns the for carelessness in handling naph tha and other explosive oils and recom mends that the Bright of Buf proprietors of the Gcnessee oil who shipped the naphtha on the J be indicted for manslaughter by the grand Coroner Hertz who is investigating the explosion on the steamer today received an answer to his request that the droprietors of the GenessecOil nf who shipped the naphtha on the come here and testify before the coroners PAVOR SAFETY Brotherhood of firemen Adopt at July hundred members of the Brotherhood of Railroad Iircmenjield a meeting yesterday at which First Vice Grand of Resolu tions were adopted favoring the passage of the bill pending in congress requiring railroads to use automatic brakes and couplings on freight The resolu tion also pledges the members to do all In their power to prevent trainmen from working on Crlraof Boodlm nd Charcn of rer Like Paw Their RAILROAD They decline to come and say they see no reason why they should do and disclaim any responsibility for the Chairman Walker of the InteratiUe Com uieree Hallway Annotation in July of the Interstate Commerce RSTlwav as was brought into lins court this morning on a capias for refusing to appear before notary in Ticket Broker Mulfords suit for rein statement in the National Ticket Brok ers Walkers attorney showed that the Illinois law under which it was sought to compel him Walker to the suit having been brought in had been declared unconstitutional by the supreme court Walker was therefore discharged from THE SUNDAT rrraidrnt Investigating the Situ tion in July dent of the American Associa arrived iu and will look into the matter of Sunday ball He states that if the majority of the people favor Sunday games that the best legal talent will be engaged and the case in if the majority are opposed the games will be The demurrer to the indict ments against the ball players for playing on Sunday was argued before Werner on He will give the papers his immediate attention and try and dispose of the case before Stindav on which day Rochester and Columbusare scheduled for Windsor GENERAL FOBEIGN The fair sized audience that sitt out the council proceedings last night were treated to an exciting and amusing if not altogether dignified or edifying exhibi The fun began when the matter of un finished business was taken up and the numerous resolutions which were intro duced at the last meeting by Rit ter and others and were laid over under objection of Mercer and Brown came up for The big six suc ceeded in passing their respective reso lutions without reference to the in ternal improvement committee much to the disgust of Mercer and These latter gentlemen becoming slightly excited referred to their col leagues as boodlcrs who were afraid to let their jobs see the light of be examined in committee that they were rushing personal jobs through the council without regard to the stile of the city The big six retorted that PRICE is cam ten WHOL Gnelich and others for tke provementof Third street from theMrtfc side of Angular to the Report The Internal improvement reported adversely on the petition of W Ewmg and others for the gnUmg at Kamgo street from Osborn Gnahn from Bamge to Corse Re port Thc fcond and contract of Hopo man for grading the alley between born and Wells street north of street was The claim of Tim Cunningham for work on alley 3 from Locust to Cedar street amounting to was The protest of Luko Palmer against paying any assessment for grading 4 between Slaple and Vine street hereto fore referred to the internal ment committee was referred to the judiciary The committee ou claims reported the list of approved bills as follows Street commissioners pay rolLi und u Street pay rolls So 15 und street m gK Street commlHgioiicr pay rolls So 15 and jrradinz fund Street commissioners pay roUssol Vf anil scwcr Strut commissioners pay rolls So 15 John on paving Ma this was the only way in which they could accomplish as mat ters referred to the committee were or otherwise disposed and never again saw the This brought Mercer to his feet and rising to a point of privilege he denied the allezations and defied the Ho referred again to tho big six as boodlcrs and said he always promptly re ported all matters referred to him for ex amination and that he would have none of their insinuations or Charges and counter charges between Epstein and Bonn with oc casional tilts from the sometimes as many as talking at kept the mayor busy hammering with his gavel in the maintain The following is the matter of fact record of the proceedings A Sou of Vict ir HIIJO FlirliU a Duel at THEY USED low Original Package Home Win of in July a numberof towns and counties in this state local op tion prohibition has been in force for Recently original packege houses have been opened in nearlv all these Last week Ward opened an original package shop in Col De Kalb He was warned to but paid no heed to thewarn and Saturday niht his place was blown up with The force of the explosion was and 11O origi nal packages were left in the neihbor Ward says he will open but he has received a letter warninghim that he will be blown up with his pack ages next SCARED TO A IliatriKha Accused of Uies of July cntecnyearold son of died Friday of paralysis caused by About ten days aso the belt of a thrashing machine belong ing to a fanner was cut to pieces and the boy was accused of doing A warrant for his arrest was and so cned him that be fell into a semicon scious state until He aroused sufficiently to I did not do it and then He was undoubtedly scared to A BRUTAL July duel with swords was fought yesterday between Mc nicr and Ceorge son of Victor in which lingo was sliahtly The trouble was the result of a private A Plot llisi July standing the denials of semiofficial newspapers a plot asainst the gov ernment has been several army officers have becn arrested for com plicity in a conspiracy to overthrow the as a precaution against the plotters and guards are stationed about all the government CITY OF July El Uni versal publishes an account of the battle between Uuatamalans and Salva doreans in in which the former were defeated with a heavy loss The Guatamalan force General a Guatemalan has left Gaxaica to take part i r the The Generalissimo has made arrange ments by which all railroad fares in ex cess of the rates quoted below will be iaid from a general donation transporta ion fund for all organized and uniformed bodies For uniformed bodies from Bos S13 for the round trip from other coast including New Slo for the round For one faro for the round trip from all eastern For he territory south of thc lakes to the hio river and east to Buffalo and Pitts an open rate of one cent a mile for wo August nth and and rom August 7th to rc From points west and north vest of this one fare the round headquarters paying onethird of he transportation for uniformed the one cent a In Chicago the hotels have shown an equal ipprcciation of the numerical success of he and have made rates hat are little more than In onsequencc of these reductions people will come into Chicago to see the crcat The Odd Fellows are the richest and argcst secret organization in the world ncludmg the Manchester Unity of Eng the parent they number in they are order extends into New the Sandwich and other European Cuba Chili and The Patriarchs Militant were organized by General John Underwood in under authority of the Sovereign Grand Thc unit of organization is the or of which there are Ihe further organization is based jpon that of the European The men are well drilled and finely The founder of the General Un is the Generalissimo of the n Grand Sire of thc Odd Fellows of the bed nt by Bough on Jire a Volley of Ieareahle Mortally Wounding Saturday morning a party of half a dozen men went to the house of a hard working livingabout twenty miles southeast of this and called him When he came to thc door a volley from shotguns and pistols was fired into fully twentyfive balls taking One went through his face and cut his tongue in Not withstanding the frightful wounds the man is still but cannot last long Owing to the cutting out of the tongue he cannot Xo reason is known for the shooting except that Youne had a difficulty with some A July On Saturday a stranger appeared at tho farm of Sam uel near and criminally assaulted On her hus band s return the woman gave a descrip tion of the which answered that of Clarence a traveling Hocking started in pursuit Last evening Reinsbcrgs team arrived at where his wife is stoppin and Eemsbergs dead body was in the Hocking denies killing Ronis Kllleil at a Railroad July The Louis express on the Xew York Central railroad Sunday evening struck a wagon containing Winslow his wife and The man was the wife fatally and the child seriously MURPHT MOST NOT Frienilnor the Temperance Apontlei Fian cee Throwing in July Ever since the announcement of tho engagement of Rachel of tiiis to Irancis the temperance lectu the opposition of the ladys friends to the match has been plainly manifested Now it appears that the friends of her former husband arc taking a hand in the which is apt to be in the courts again before it is It was on lebruary that Judge then sitting on the district bench here issued his decree granting an absolute divorce to and it was also decreed that she should have all the property heretofore belonging to the couple the court finding the value of the homestead and business property owned by Fisher would not amount to more than the almony The friends of Fisher it is in sisted that Fisher should not marrV contract should be en rself and whcre the He will probably raise standard to revolt in Pri vate telegrams from San Salvador say the San Salvadoreans captured the tamala artillery in the battle which took place Ft is that President Barillas of Cuatamala talks of July Guatemalan min ister referring to reports from Mex ico that war had broken out between Guatemala and San says war has not been declared aud no tiiiatemalau troops have crossed the frontier of Sar It is the ministers opinion that the lighting referred to in the dis patches must have occurred in the interior of San Salvador between factions of that The MeKinley Hill Worries July the to of foreign affairs replying 10 interpellation in regard to the negotiations with the powers relative to the American customs administrative said the government had been in ne gotiation with other Europen powers with the object of trying to concert col lective action against the The other he were averse to en tering into any engagements in connec tion the Ribot declared he feared further action would defeat its own Depay hoped Ribot would strenuously try to secure from the United States government a moderate application of tnc provisions of the bill In any he declared the French ens toms committee know now what conre to On a to via Shore you pass through the thriving and popu lous cities of South Klkhart liuftalo along the southern shore of Lake Erie its entire length across the great state of New York to thence over the beautiful Berkshire On August ith and loth tickets will sale ironi Chicago at the very low rate of for the round trip good fos return until the Provision has also been made or an extension of the return limit to September if Send for ler giving full information the train Wilber W l P July The city council met in regular Mayor Duncan presiding present Al dermen Hitter and The minutes of the preceding meeting were read and The clerk read the statement nf Carl city of the condition of the various appropriations from the gen eral fund as follows Incidental Street si street jsia Is department lostss Police department i ss Salary 7trr U Vark itjo The mayor handed in his veto of the resolution of Alderman Epstein callin for the grading of Jefferson street from Marshall street to Garfleld as signing as his reason that the work will be a detriment to the property and that the city finances will not permit of the expense at The veto was sus The mayor likewise vetoed the resolu tion ordering the curbing and paving of the street above described for the reas ons given The veto was sus The bond of the Kurliugton Electric Light and Power company in the sum of with Waldin and John Burdette as for the faithful per formance of their was referred to the judiciary committee and city solic itor for examination and A communication from Ciiarles JUyer asking that the order requiring him to relay plank sidewalk in front of his lot on South Main street be not as he intends within a short time to lay a brick Petition aud William Xels Ranko and property owncrs on Central asked for per mission to pay for against their property for the improvement of said street in live annual installments I JTlio remonstrance and petition of W Peasley and others the srrad ing of between Mashal street and Garfleld avenue for the reason that the cut will be so great as to damage expense to the Received their property and the city will be too placed on The petition of Julus Kraul and others for a sidewalk on the east side of Kroe ger street from Pleasant street to the residence of Petition The petition of Frank Rocdercr and praying that a 33 foot highway between Pleasant and Florence streets be put in passable Re ferred to the internal improvement com The petition of Weinrich and oth ers asking that the west side of Fourth between Iowa and JSorth streets be not graded to the full as that would cause the destruction of certain handsome shade As an induce ment for the grantins of the petition H Weinrich agrees to double terrace and sod from the top down to the sidewalk and place benches and so creatin shaded lookout The petition of Andr over ihe w Peterson and a h his heirs was agreed on or not can not be but at any rate a proceed ing Is about to be brought In the district court to accomplish 9 division of proper A lloroe anil llnguy Special toliu IluwxEye i July Whitham of this city had a horse and buggv stolen last Saturday All the principal points have been telegraphed to for the purpose of apprehending the The animal was taken from a Sjrnp of Produced from the laxative aud nutri tious juice of California combined with the medicinal virtues of plants known to be the most beneficial to the human acts on the kid liver and effectually cleansing the dispelling colds and and curing habitual con for Special to The July of Hancock has received from the estate of Adam Swartz late of He made this among his several bequests to public institutions ana Nerv cured bv Miles Samples free at n ittes drug A Receiver WAIIDfITON r of the currency has appointed Gilbert tot a diiordered liver try Beeehoms PilK others for permission to build cesspool in the alley between lots 7 and and aud Referred to the city engineer with discretionary The petition of repre senting that his work of paving Summer street has been delayed by the dilatori ness of the street railway company in re laying the track and asking for orders to proceed with tho work Re ferred tn the internal improvement com The petition of Abbott and asking for the construction of sewer on Tenth street at the intersection of Acres and also that Tenth be brought to grade was referred to city engineer for estimate of The internal improvement reported ou the petition of Edward Jacoby and others asking for Hie graditi of Court street between Prospect and Eighth that the state of the city finances will not allow said work to be done and recommended that the petition be not Report The internal improvement committee reported adversely on the resolution of Alderman Fawcett to bring Angular street to on account of the state city Report ihe internal improvement committee reported adversely on the resolution or dering the improvement of Spruce street between Twelfth and Central avenue and ISmth street between Angularand Spruce Report The internal improvement committee reported adversely on the resolution of Alderman Blaul to curb and pave with brick Elm street from thc west side of Maine to the west side of Fifth street alsolifth street from the south side of Division to the uorth side of Made Rsport The internal improvement committee reported adversely on the petition of X Derby and others for the grading curbing and paving of Franklin street from Third to Oshorn Report The internal improvement committtee reported favorably on the petition of R Green for thc grading of Twelfth between Locust and Cedar Report The internal improvement committee reported adversely on the petition The claim of Pnigh for damages to wagon caused by empty boxes being piled in alley between Washington and Jefferson was referred to the claims committee and city The wharf committee reported favor ably on the petition of Trill Bouvia for ten feet additional space on tho levee Report The reports of the chief of police of arrests for the month of and of the oolice clerk of fines and fees collected during the same were referred to the police The judiciary committee reported favorably on the deed and pjot of a part of Smiths Report The city solicitor reported in writing with reference to the repairing of Report received and The semiannual the Burling ton Water company of the receipts and disbursements for the six months ending June was referred to the water The bond and contract of Fred Hopp man for the construction of a sewer on Locust between Front and Main streets was Introduced by Alderman Peel is necessary and ex pedteuc to make the following improve towit To build a four foot side walk on the west side of River street from Darwin to Denmark streets Introduced by Alderman Ritter That it is necessary and ex pedient to make the following improve towit To curb and pave with brick Franklin street from the east of Third to the east side of 1 ourth Introduced by Alderman Ritter That it is necessary and ex pedient to make the following improve towit To build a tile sewer on Iifth street from Valley street to the center of Jefferson Introduced by Alderman Blaul That ic is necessary and ex pedient to make the following improve towit To lay plank sidewalk eight feet wide from the north side of Market to the south side of Division street on the side of Fourth street also to lay a plank sidewalk four feet wide on the west side of Twelfth street between Barrett and Denmark streets in front of lots IS also to lay a plank sidewalk on the west side of Os born street between Central avenue and Pleasant street eizht feet wide Introduced by Alderman Fawcett That the street commissioner be and the same is hereby instrncted to grade Angular between Fourth and Seventh so that the street car track can be laid in the center in stead to one side of the as is now the The work to be done under thc direction of the internal improve ment committee and city engineer and paid for out of the grading the cost to exceed Introduced by Alderman Steimker That the street commissioner be and the same is hereby instructed to build two catchbasins and lay the neces sary tiling at the intcrscctionof Summer and Angular streets to carry off the sur face The work to be done under the direction of the internal improve ment committee and city and paid for out of the sewer Introduced by Alderman Peel That the cost for building teps at the east end of Darwin tin street be charged to the incidental fund Introduced by Alderman Peel That the streot commissioner be and the same is hereby to tinish widening out the south approaches of Main street which work was commenced last fall left unfinished The earth to be taken out of Polk street and paid for out of the bridze the cost not to exceed The work to done under the direction of the internal improvement committee aud city engi Introduced by Alderman Peel That it is necessary and ex to make the followingimprove ments To build a four foot sidewalk oa thc south side of Louisa street from Warren street to Perkins thence north on the side of Perkins avenue from Louisa to South Introduced by Alderman Ritter That the finance committee je and is hereby directed to buy a car oad of 1 street paving brick to ised by the street commissioner for street and alley Introduced by Alderman Blaul It would be necessary ex and practical to permanently im prove Fifth street from the south side of Washington to the northsidesf Maple street at an early and Such an improvement vould be a credit to the city and a con nected thoroughfare between North and South and It requires but very little grading and very little expense to bring said street its entire length into proper ondition for the permanent improve nent above referred be it That thcstreetcommissloner e and is hereby instructed to bring to Fifth from the south side of Division to the south side of Elm street ind the cost of same to be charged to the rading fund aud not to exceed twelve hundred Introduced be Aldermrn Fawcett That the street commissioner e and the same is hereby instructed to rade Spray street at thc intersection of Jarficld avenue and Warren so a to make the same passable for teams ilso lay tho necessary tiling to carry off ne surface The work to be done mder the direction of the internal im rovement committee arid city and paid for out of the grading the cost not to exceed Introduced by Alderman Epstein For several yean a contro versy has existed between the city of LturlingtoD and the Bnriington Water The city has been willing o do anything provided for in the ordi nance to obtain an cxtensionof the mains so as to supply the inhabitants with and Said although so directed by the has to make extensions when directed by the said and Said company it tu   

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