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Burlington Hawk-Eye (Newspaper) - July 24, 1890, Burlington, Iowa ffjf THE BURLINGTON ESTABLISHED THURSDAY JULY THE SEA Sent to the House of Representa tives by the Thirty Toachlnr on the Seal Fisheries Troubles Between the United States and Great BritainCapital July today scut to the house of representa tives in answer to the resolution intro daced by the oflicial correspondence between the government of the United States and the government of Great Britain touchingon the fisheries of Bchring In his accompanying letter of trausmittal to the Secretary under date of Bar July regrets the delay in transmission which the president direct ed on the llth and says that the correspondence is still The correspondence includes thirty separate beginning with a letter from the first secretary of the legation and charge d after Minister Wests recall dated August and closing with one from Secre tary Blaine to Sir the British minister dated July In his first letter Edwards refers to reported search and seizure of liritish vessels in Behring sea and under instruc tions of the Marquis of Salisbury that stringent instructions be sent by the United States at the earliest moment to their oflkers to prevent a recurrence of such The letter also refers to the fact that when secretary of had assured Great Britain that pending the settlement no further Inter ference with British vessels should take 1lainc replied that it was the earnest desire of the president to come to a satisfactory understanding and ex pressed the belief that all the points at issue wore capable of prompt adjust correspondence between Ed and Secretary Blaine was contin ued at some and it appears that Blaine inquired what authority there was for the above stated assurance of Edwards said that it was an assurance communicated unoflicially by the United States minister in London and also by Bayard to Minister West in The correspondence between Secre tary Blainc mid the new British minister commenced January of this with a very long letter from the secretary to Sir Julian In this letter Blaiuc goes over the whole question and says it is the opinion of the president that tlte vessels arrested were engaged in a pursuit that was in itself contra bonos IJIaine contended that ever since this government acquired rights in Behring sea she maintained undisturbed possession uniil and these rights she and Kussia had established and en joyed for nearly a InlSSU the secretary said certain Canadian vessels asserted their right to enter and by their ruthless course to destroy the The government of the United States at once proceeded to cheek this move which unchecked was sure to do picat and irreparable Regard ing Englands claim that seizures were made on tin high seas Blaine says it is doubtful whether her tnajestys govern ment would abide by this rule if an at tempt were made to interfere with pearl fisheries of Ceylon which extend more than twenty from the shore line and have been enjoyed by England with out inolistation ever since their acquisi On IVbrnary Hi the British minister wrote that his government was willing adopt tin suggestion made in the course of their interview that the tripar tite negotiation suspended in London in 3880 lie resumed in Washington and recommends 1 his government certain provisional measures to remove appre hensioii of depletion of the Salis bury under date of may 2 last replies to Blames llulative to the statement that the seiz ures wen jnstilied by the fact that they were in a pursuit that is in it self a which of ne involves serious and permanent injury to Hie rights of the government and the people of the United the marquis says It is obvious that two questions are win1 I the pursuit and killing of fur seals certain part of the open sea from Hie point of view of international an offense runlrd Itmiux sec if such be the this fact juslilied the seizures on the high seas uud subsequent in a time of of the private vessels of a friendly The pursuit of seals in the open sea under whatever has never hith erto been considered as piracy by civil ized Fur seals are indisputably animals and they have universally been regarded by tourists as TCR iiiitriix until tiiev are caught no can property given them until he has actually reduced them into possosinn by It re quires something more than mere declar ation that the government or citizens of the United or even countries in terested in the seal trade are losers by a certain course of proceedings render that course an immoral Her maj estys government would deeply regret the pursuit of fur seals in the high seas by British vessels should involve even the slightest injury to the peo ple of the United If the case be proved they will be ready to consider what measures can be prop erly taken for the remedy of such but they would be unable on that ground to depart from the principle on which free commerce on the high seas de Respecting Blaines statements of the exclusive monopoly enjoyed by the marquis quotes from a letter of the United Slates minister in which nation in 3S1 prohibited all foreign ves sels from approaching within one hun dred miles from the coast of straits to the fiftyfirst degree north lati tude to the effect that the United States could admit no part of these The marquis also says Blaiue must liave been h misinformed respecting uninterrupted possession of the United States from 18Cr to and submits extracts from re reports of the United States officers to show that during that time British ves sels were engaged at intervals in fur seal fisheries with the cognizance of the United States The next letter in the series is from the British minister to Blaine under date of and says as the secretary has confirmed the newspaper statements that revenue cutters had been ordered to Behriug sea to seize foreign he is instructed to say a formal protest against interference with British vessels will be forwarded without Secretary on the wrote Sir ulian that he is instructed by the president to protest against the course o the British government in authorizing encouraging and protecting vessels which are not only interfering with American rights in Behring but which are doing violence as well to the rights of the civilized Thi he is surprised that sucl protest should be authorized by Lore especially because the prcviou declarations of his lordship would seem tc render it The secretary the rapidly sketched the history of the nego tiations under previous administrate says You will observe from th llth of to the 23rd o Lord Salisbury had in ever form of speech assented to the neccssit of a close of the season for the protects of These assurances were given to the American to the Amvi can to the Russian and on more than one occasion to them Tlic United States had no reason therefore to doubt that the whole dispute touching the seal fisheries was practically Continuing Secretary Blaine says that five days after that assurance Lord Salisbury said that neither act of parliament nor an order in council could be drafted is heard Ihelps in his dis patch of September 12th reported that his lordship stated the Canadian gov ernment objected such restric tions and until its consent could be ob tained her majestys government was not willing to enter into the Says the secretary This government cannot but feel that Lord Salisbury have dealt more frankly if in the beginning he had so informed Minister The British government would assuredly and rightfully complain if the agreement between her representatives and the representatives of the United States without be broken off by the United States on the ground that the state of California was not wil ling it should be In conclu he in behalf of the presi that her majestys government agree not to permit its vessels to enter Behring sea this in order that time may be secured for negotiations that shall not be disturbed by untoward events or unduly influenced by popular On June 2d the secretary writes Sir Julian that the president believes arbi tration cannot be concluded in time for this season and suggests that Lord Salis bury make for a single season the regula tion which in 1888 he offered to make as a step which would cer tainly lead to a friendly To this the minister June that a further examination of the ques tion has satisfied his lordship that such an extreme measure as that proposed in 1888 goes far beyond the requirements of the There would be no legal power to enforce the observance of such an agreement of British replying July said the extreme measure proposed came from Lord Salisbury and con cludes The president does not conceal his disappointment that even for the sake of securing impartial arbitration her majestys government is not willing to suspend for a single season a practice which Lord Salisbury described In 1888 as the wanton destruction of a valuable and which this government lias uniformly regarded as an unprovoked invasion of its established On June 9th Sir Julian Iauncefote pre sents a copy of a telegram from Lord Salisbury in which he requests the presi dent should think him wanting in can celation but that it is beyond the power of his government to exclude British or Canadian ships from any portion of the high even for an without legislative In on the Secretary Blaine says this government would be satisfied if Lord Salisbury by pro simply request British vessels to abstain from entering Behriug for the present in order to give full time for impartial Sir Julian on June writes Blaine that he has informed Lord Salisbury that Secretary Blaine could not give as surance that British sailing vessels would not be interfered with during the in vestigations and expresses a hope that the decision is not final and that while there is yet time the commanders of the United States revenue cruisers will be instructed to On June minister with regret at failing to solve a favorable presents the formal protest of the British In the protest he in part The British government cannot admit the right of the United States of their own notion to restrict the freedom of navigation in Behring nor to enforce municipal legislation against British vessels on the high Her Britannic majestys government unable to pass without the public announcement of the intention on the part of the United States to renew the acts of interference with British vessels navigating outside the territorial waters of the United of which they had previously to The minister in conse instructed formally to protest against such interference and to declare her Britannic majestys government must hold the government of the United States as responsible for consequences thai may ensue from acts which are con trary to the established principles of in The on June replies Blames proposition looking i a by her majestys gov rnnieut that British vessels shall not Her Behring sea during the coming The minister writes that Lord alisbury says the request presents con litulional difficulties which would pre ude her majestys government from ac eding to except as a part of the gen ral scheme for the settlement of ontroversy and on certain hich are That the governments agree orthwith to refer to arbitration the uestion of the legality of the action of lie United States in seizing or otherwise iiterferiug with British vessels engaged n liehring sea outside of the territorial vaters during 1887 and that ending award all interference with ritish sealing vessels shall absolutely case that the United if the ward should bo adverse to will ompensate the liritish subjects for osses which they may sustain by reason f their compliance with the British In the next dated the irst of the present Lord Salis referring to Blaines criticism upon lie abrupt close of the London negotia quotes from a statement made to Im by United States Minister Phelps as ollows Under the peculiar political circumstances of America at this mo said with the general lection it would be of little and hardly practicable to onduct any negotiation to its Issue be ore the election had taken On the last of June Secretary Blaine addressed to the British minister a very oug letter in answer to Lord Salisburys in which letter the sec retary stated that John Quincy Adams irotestcd against Russias claim to ex clusive jurisdiction over Behring Secretary Blaine says The questions which Lord Salisbury makes s unfortunately a most orro jieous and misleading The conclu sion is separated from the A comma is turned into a an impor tant qualification as to time is entirely without even a suggestion that it nad ever formed part of the anc out of one hundred and eightyfour logically and inseparably con thirtyfive are dropped from Adams paragraph in Lord Salisburys The secretary says further Neither by the treaty with Russia o nor by its renewal o nor by its second renewal in 1859 did Great Britain gain any right to take seals in Behring In fact these treaties were a prohibition upon whicn she steadily respected so long as Alaska was a Russian province It is for Great Britian now to show by what law she gained rights in that sea after the transfer of its soverignity to the United During all the time between the treaty of 1825 and the ces sion of Alaska to the United States in 18C7 Great Britian never affirmed thi rights of her subjects to capture fur sea in Behring and as a matter of fac her subjects did during that long attempt to catch seals in Behrini 1 am ii repeating the questions which addressed to her majestys govern menton the twentysecond of Januar and Mill remain unanswered did the ships of Catrad derive thiright to do in that whic ihuy had refrained from doiiij for nearly years Upon what grounds did her majestys in the yetfr the course of conduct in Behr ng which bad been carefully ever since the discovery of that sea By what reasoning did her maj estys government conclude that an act may be committed with impunity against he rights of the United States which lad never been attempted against the same rights when held by the Russian empire The thirtieth and last letter of the correspondence which if printed fill over twenty newspaper col was addressed by Blaine to Sir Julian from Bar ast In it the secretary says I am instructed by the president to say hat the United States is willing to con ider all the proceedings of April as so far as American rights may be This govern ment will ask Great Britain to adhere mly to the agreement made between xird Salisbury and Phelps on the 25th of That was an agreement made directly between the wo governments and did not In lude the rights ot Asking Lord Salisbury to adhere to the agreement of February 25th we caving the agreement of April 16th to if maintained at by for whose cause and for whose advantage it was particularly Maine also refers to Lord tatement that the political events in the Jnited States had caused an internip ion of and not the Cana dian and closes the voluinin ius correspondence as follows I am ustified in assuming that Lord Salisbury cannot recurc to the remark of helps as one of the remarks or breaking off the bc lause the negotiation were in actual rogress for more than four mouths after he remark was made and Pholns iimself took a large part in Ujxn his recital of facts 1 am unable to recall sr in any way to qualify the statement which I made in my note of June 4th to he effect that Lard Salisbury abruptly losed the negotiation because the Cana dian government objected and that be ssigned no other reason jord Salisbury expresses the belief that ven if the views I have taken of those ransactions be accurate they would not ear out the argument which I found poll The argument to which Lord Salisbury refers I the einonstrancc which I made by direction f the president against a change of pol cy by Ijer majestys government without otice and against the wish of the United Interposition of the wishes of lie British province against the condit ion of the convention between two na ions according to had been virtually agreed upon except s to in the presidents be a grave injustice to the government f the United CONGRESSIONAL lie Ilankruptcy Bill Under Discussion io the July the house of submitted a report of the omrnittee on elections in the West Vir inia contested election case of McGinnis The which llnds n favor of the was ordered rinted and the discussion of the bank uptcy bill was then of dwelt upon ic importance of the pending legisla on to the business interests of the coun The problem of how bankrupts lould be treated was one to which the ttention of lawmakers had been for cars directed without their being able o rcacli an entirely satisfactory conclu of regarded the revision requiring referees should be icmbers or the legal profession as a ratuitous insult to the member of the ther of thought the ill unwise and of Illinois E Mississippi of Iowa of Vest Virginia of New nd of spoke in ad ocacy of the of criticised the in which this important measure as being discussed for it was iiot being If properly amended he support of also pposed the bill which went over until The July consider tion of the Indian appropriation bill vas resumed this A number f committee amendments to the bill vere agreed to and it went The ommittee on foreign relations reported substitute forPascos resolution calling n the president for information touch ng the arrest of in and i was agreed GENERAL WASHINGTON by tltc July president iit the following nominations to the euate pursuant to the act of con gress approved July Thomas of now minister esident and consul general at minister to Bolivia Clark of now minister resident and con ul general at minister to Denmark John of Massa now minister resident and con ul general at minister to Switz erland John of now aiuister resident at minister o the Hawaiian Islands George f now minister resident at minister to Paraguay and Senate Amendments Noncoiicurred July appropri ation committee of the house noncon curred in all the amendments to the sun dry civil appropriation bill made by the including that striking out the appropriation of for irrigation A conference was asked Much Criticism of Boies Ac tion in the he at Work to DC rent FeeGrabbing LawyersA De stractive Fire at Pleas an toother Iowa Special to The DKS July action of overnor Boies in revoking thecondi loual pardon granted Chester Turney nd issuing him an unconditional pardon met with a great deal of deserved ritizism by members of both parties who re familiar with all the details of this which for a time created so much nterest throughout the Chester Turney was pardoned by Governor Lar and if he was inclined to wish to vc as a man should there was nothing n the conditions of his pardon to find Governor Larrabee simply ade it conditional that he should not se intoxicating liquors or engage the business of selling or should ho frequent hese three conditions are the ones which the present democratic executive eems so unimportant he removes hestcr is no martyr by any means and aw abiding citizens were much disgusted t the manner his friends and himself The warden of the penitentiary t where he was incarcerated rior to his docs not hold up s a model by a long Only the act of the glaring injustice of the length his sentence in proportion to the ex nt of his misdoings influenced Larrabee who was noted for his clemency to rant him He was a criminal ithout Governor Boies the giving of 11 the republican governors attached auditions that those receiving their bcrty should not use intoxicating liquors 11 any but our present executive ocs not deem this necessary and with ut one exception the only condition he ttaches is they shall conduct them in an orderly and gentlemanly TO SERVE HIS Colonel Tlchenor July Tich relinquished his position of assistant ecretary of the treasury this morning and qualified as a member of the board of Assistant secretaries Spalding aud Settlcton received their commissions from the president and en tered upon their duties this The President Will Attend the Encamp July dis patch has been received at the state na tional guard encampment stating that President Harrison will be in Camp Hartranft tomorrow with Secretary of War Proctor and other prominent mil itary The distinguished guests will leave Washington on a special train and will arrive in camp about A review of all tho troops will take place in the Syrnp of Produced from the laxative and nutri tious juice of California combined with the medicinal virtues of plants known to bo the most beneficial to the human acts on the kid liver and effectual cleansing the dispelling cold and and curing habitual eon A Flonrinc Mill July flouring mil of Mead at North Ohio was completely wrecked this morning b the explosion of a George Meac the and William a were instantly and Wi linn probably fatally injured Jost as Say some dealers who try to Bell a sutetitu preparation when a customer calls for Hood Do not allow any such false I etutenicnts us imluce TOU tobnywli uudoaot Uereembcr thai Uib on reason formadmrlMs that a few cenla more profit Mill be bo Ins upon Imriiii the Nsi medicinesHoods Sar I is Peculiar to CHESTER TCRNEY PARDONED Muiicbrath Taken to Fort Stovx July Maguire ft yesterday forenoon for the Fort ladison penitentiary with Munch the onlyoneof tho conspirators i murder Haddock who was con Munchrath was sentenced to iur but this offense after being firmed by ihe supreme court was com uted last week to three months by overnor A large company of lends went to the depot to see the risoner start and ho was in good humor j think he had escaped so AN INSANE Man Thought to be of Raving Crazy at CSpecIal to The DES July evening a isident in the east part of the city found man standing in his back yard and one lining He acted quccrly and etned The police were ummoned and before being taken to the ation he showed signs of being his morning he was violently insane id raving and tearing at the He thought to have been deranged as con derablo money was found on his is identity is in but lie is lought to be a druggist A DISASTROUS uch Hay and Grain Destroyed in Henry County lly Locomotive Special to Tic July disastrous re occurred this afternoon between one nd two oclock about a mile west of this Sparks from a passing engine ig ted the dry and a strong north est wind drove the fire through the arms of Thomas ornick and James The ry grass and meadows fur shed quick fuel for the destroying clo At least one square mile of round was burned and aystacks and fences were also the large orchard on ames Harlons as the fire passed irough and also destroyed onehalf ile of hedge fence on the south side of is The damage was ut at this time it is impossible to esti ate the loss in A SAD scrlptions until nearly the entire was The fanners adjacent to the city will swell the list and the money will be The sums are to be paid In double Installments sii and twelve months from The con ditions are the removal of the machine shops to It will Clin tons population by two thousand souls and be a great boom for the Great excitement v PBTTPEICf OF A Iowa Methodists Wrought Up Over the Case of the Talented July Jones sensation is on the lips of every The particulars are as follows a graduate of the Depau entered the Methodist and wss stationed at He has been preaching there about nine months when he became intimate with Frank South and The matter was par tially hushed He went to Philadel and for a time occupied one of the most prominent pulpits in the lie was eloquent and attracted large When a vacancy occurred in the Metho distEpiscopal church at Mason City he was recommended as and for five months occupied the pujpit with rare ability and intellectual At the Upper Iowa conference he applied for admission and was taken on probation and stationed at West He soon received a flattering call from the First Presbyterian church at Ne and withdrew as pastor at West He assumed the pastorate of the First churcii at Salt Lake and has been there for the last A few weeks ago Bishop Ninde was appraised of the facts of young previous life in the ministry and asked to surrender his credentials and withdraw from the which he Of his wrongdoing he now makes a full and complete confession and asks the forgiveness of Noth ing has ever happened in the Methodist Episcopal ministry in Iowa that has S3 aroused public Glad to Accept the DES July the late unpleasantness a wellknown oldtime democrat here was very loth to take a greenback in payment for and often made the statement that they were not worth the paper on which they were and that gold was good enough for Yesterday he drove into town with a load of which he readily receiving in payment a 55 green back of He was dazed and rushing to the asked what premium would be given for He was told 15c on the and with in gold and silver in his left for home elated at his good An Iowa Original 1ackage Four July original package muddle was settled at CoIIender Some time ago Mitchell established an agency at CoIIender for the sale of original packages from Mil His stock in trade was seized by a local constable under a search war Mitchell demanded the return of the claiming that he was pro tected by the supreme court as he was selling only in The trouble was settled today by the liquors being returned to Mitchell on condition that he would sell no more in The citizens are jubilant over the Original Package Four original package wagon is the latest thriving de velopment in that industry in this vicin A company lias been formed and will place a number of wagons on the road The object of the scheme is to get liquors out among the farmers and deliver them at their doors in any desired The wagons will make regular routes throughout this county at regular The origi nators of the scheme expect to reap a rich Spirited Her Child MASOX July Wheeler Monday secured a war rant for the arrest of her husband and the recovery of her She is merely a while her husband is nearly eighty They parted six months the wife taking the Yesterday while they were at Clear lake the child was stolen from the supoosedly by the and taken Nothing can be heard from either father or THE FARMERSALLIANCE anilon of Cedar Goes Down In Spirit HOTEL SPIRIT July one of the Grace lurch choir was drowned this aft rnoon by going beyond the safety rhcther he was taken with cramp or mply got beyond his swimming not The boys had permission o bathe on the sandy beach in front of ohn Hendersons where they ould bo constantly This aft rnoon the larger Landon Edward Bushncll and John contrary to went to he beach in front of the nd went outside even ot the safety opes stretched for adult When omc distance out young Garrison went The other boys paralyzed with got to the shore as quickly as they They were so dazed as to e unable to give tho An em loyc of the sanitarium saw the boy and put off to save Lan on had gone down the last time when ie reached Two doctors were on he spot in a and did all they but it was too No possible blame can be attached to any as the boys had repeatedly been arncd in regard to going in other than as regularly The accident cast a gloom over the otel and over the in which Lan don was a general Young Mokcrcish in attempting to rescue Garrison narrowly escaped drown The accident is the more distress ng as Green has given up all his night and to watching after he welfare of the Set Fire to Her July Martin of this while in a de mented set lire to her clothing and before assistance could reach her was so burned that she died at a late hour in the night in great The unfortunate woman had recently been re leased from the asylum at Independence on the advice of the attending who believed her to be permanently Threatened to Drown July young daughter of William Simmons left her home in this city last Thursday night and lias not been heard of The same evening the girl had been out late and upon arrival at home her mother chastised The girl left home threat ening to drown herself and fears are now entertained that she has carried the threat into Congressional Convention at Cres ton Nominates BhreWd Manner In Which Handled the Convention Vitas Caadldacy for braska Special to Ihe July counties out of the eleven constituting the eighth congressional district of Iowa were rep resented in the congressional convention of the Fanners Alliance held here to The farmers experienced some trouble in nominating their At first a promineut Union county whose ability aud loyality to the alliance is beyond ques was brought He was in fact the nominee and choice of the conven but unfortunately he made a speech in which he doubted his ability to win the Here was a chance for the pro fessional politicians and socalled farmers They immediately construed farmer Josephs modest speech into a withdrawal and presented the name of the celebrated antimonoply Major and by a series of shrewd political speeches the Ander son men carried off the nomination by a majurity of The platform adopted demands a re duction of the denounces the Mc Kinley bill and the attempts of congress to divert public attention from these matters by throwing away time on a federal election Anderson Special to The July Adams county democratic convention today refused to divide the delegation in favor of and endorsed the candidacy of Major the rcnegate by ringing resolution in structing the delegates for Kutler County Special to the July democrats of Butler county held their county con vention nominating John of for Cata of for county Johnson renominated for Joseph Owens for The dele gation to the congressional convention were instructed for Matt Goasch BUDD AS A The Disgruntled OfficeSeeker Will Do the Independent Special to The DES July of Marion has announced himself as an independent candidate for congressman from the sev enth Colonel it will be two years ago asked for the nomination and claims that he was de feated through the efforts of Captain who was a warm supporter of Ever since that time he has been a bitter enemy of al though Hull was not any more responsi ble for Congers renomination two years ago than ahost of other prominent re publicans in Polk Hull and one of the leaders of Polk county re publican and as of did all in his power for a Polk county and the choice of nine tcnths of the Colonel Budd car ried his enmity and fight into the contest for governor a year and many will remember how he tried to force the gag and unit rule upon the Marion county He takes to himself a large share of credit because Hull not nominated for Now Hull has received the unanimous endorsement of his party in caucus and Budd is quite sore and is going to do the independent Should he persist on his present the effect will be to increase Hulls vote several as the seventh district is a poor place for It is to be regretted that a intelligent a fluent orator and a regular host in last falls should not be able to forget his own personal but should persist in reading himself out of the It is believed that the democrats will shun his candidacy as they would picking up red hot If they would only nominate that political and then with Budd in the field the way he has entered as far as the seventh is the executive council could declare Hull elected now as well as later and save the A CAMPAIGN LIE CLABKSON AT DBS He of is Indignant at the Treatment Western Hallway Postal Special to The DES July Post master General Clarkson arrived in this city this afternoon from his western He expressed great indignation at the treatment of railway postal clerks on the Union Pacific and says they work seven teen hours a day and do not get money enough to buy their meals along the He would favor pensioning them as their hours of labor soon unfit them for other CUSTOH the Illinois A Proposition to Remove Central July Clitton wealthy citizen of received a proposition from the Illinois Central railroad company a week that the latter would remove their principal shops here from Chicago if the city of Clinton would donate the requsite one hundred and eighty acres of ground adjoining the repair shops A mass meeting of citizens was called this even ing by Mayor and Moore was made Colonel Fash Warner and Lemon made and the subscription ball was set Moore led the list with Magill followed wlVi Magil aud Joseph followed with SOW These wife followed tj numerous 3200 and S100 SJU A Valuable Uarn Special to The July a farmer eight miles west of lost a barn by fire Some farm five hundred bushels of oats and a large crib of corn were also The loss is By prompt action five head of hogs were but two perished in the Ics Special to The DES July Des Moines re vise count will close tomorrow Returns up to this forenoon make the total with the names to be verified today and tomorrow will in crease the list to The citizens believe this is nearly correct and are per fectly When Oats Were Worth Seventy July Fred an oldtime grain shipper of has a curious old document in the shape of an account of sales of a consignment of oats made by him to Louis in when he was seventeen years Farm ers will be interested to know that he re ceived seventy cents a bushel for his Played with IDA July The little four yearold daughter of Bleakley was playing with matches today when her clothing caught fire and she was badly Extreme doubts are enter tained of her Rain Special to THI July We need nothing so much as rain in this tho fire of today being occa sioned by the dryness of everything in the Bitten by n Viclons Special to DES July A little boy aged live was bitten by a vicious dog to day who without warning sprang upon him and buried bis fangs in his Free samples of Miles Restorative Nervine at Wittes drug Cores Sleepless Bit Off n July In a street row between two Italian fruit venders today one bit the others lip Hour the Democrats Are Caught in Their Ignorance of Iowa Special to The DKS July DCS Moines under date of July publishes the clipped from the Fremont which shows the amount of ignorance as to how matters ars con ducted in Iowa the individual nominated for supreme court reporter by the republican convention at Sioux is n younir limb of the law that resides at Ues Ills nomi nation wiis broujrht about through the instru mentality of Mills book publishers at IHJs who nil ulontf have had Jl monopo ly of publishing the supreme court la order thut tbey might not be shut the convention Ijrnoreu Xenl ami Have the nomination to who is literally an adjunct of the publishing house ia How uoes tbis suit the honest voter The supreme court reports have not been in the first by for over eight years second the supreme court reporter has noth ing to do with letting the contract for publishing these which contract is made by the executive council after re ceiving sealed as per chapter eighteenth general assembly of will hold the con tract he now lias until after the expira tion of democrats cannot forego showing their ignorance and utter disregard of the VILAS IS A temporary The committees wen appointed and a recess Nebraska elects this fall a lieutenant state sec rotary of auditor and committee of public Unds and The great est Interest naturally centers on the gubernatorial and for that posi tion there are four avowed candi John the pres ent who is serving his second term chairman of the republican state central com mittee Jack of and of Of these McCall will probably go into the conven tion with the strongest Richards next and Thayer and Mercer In the order It requires four hundred and ten votes to and no one of these named can control suf ficient votes on the first ballot to make a Next to governor the strong est fight is probably for but the present will doubtless be At a late hour tonight the convention is still in session without Cint All tSpecial to The HawkEyeJ July of Judge Gests renoniination was received here with general satisfaction by repub licans and he will receive the cordial support of his party in BOSWBLL BROUGHT The Cattle Thief to luiru with a July of of Emmet arrived in Chi cago today to get Henry ar rested yesterday for selling six hundred head of cattle he had stolen in that The sheriff says who was a told his employers it wouldbe well to drive six hundred head to a dif ferent ranch which afforded better graz No objection was raised and Bos well went away with the stock and was not heard from until arrested here yes The slier HI took his prisoner west The cattle are still at the A SALOON Ail fth Syndicate Formed to ICun Liquor July announceiuent was made yesterday of the incorporation of the Anglo American Brewing and Mailing company with a capital of three hundred thousand pounds sterling by a English The Journal to nizht says another company has been formed by the same syndi cate for purchasing and operating saloons in The plan is to use in these saloons only the products of the AngloAmerican They will besides saving the middle mans have a market for the output of their brewery indenendent of the big brewery The in is sim ply a transplanting of the English tire system to American A TEBBIBLB PLUKGE Attempt to Shut Anwrtaa Out of Great Light on a C Session of the ference at Foreign July attempt to hiblt the importation of American eattto into England has been discovered disguise of a bill to prevent cruelty animals on It U an Mmt ment to Plirasolls merchant shipping itfr and the real author is supposed to the famous sailors friend al though the bill bears the names of eigkt radical members of parliament an Most of the clauses of the bill dMl with mechanical arrangements for location of the ventilation other Then follows the claow for which ail the Other provisions are merely the excuse cattle shall not after the 1st of be landed in an part in the United Kingdom from any whether British or from amj port or place west of the twelfth pumlM of west Any cattle so landed in contravention of this section shall be forfeited to her majesty and may to seized and detained by any officer of the customs or of the board of That the object is to prevent the im portation of American cattle for any pur pose but that of heeding is shown by the next which reads as follows board of trade may from time to time make regulations exempting from this section any description of cattle not imported for the purpose of sale for Tin intention evidently was to smug gle the bill through at the close of the session under cover of its supposed be nevolent Attention hasnow been called to its true and defeats ADVOCATES OF Sevoml Session of the FarliaBMBtavy Conference at July of the parliamentary conference in support of international arbitration as a substitute for war were resumed this En couraging reports as to the spread of in terest in the movement were presented by the delegates from Switzer Belgium and This afternoon a resolution will be submitted favoring the holding of the convention of 1S93 in Chicago in order that there be a gather ing representative the parliamentary bodies of European countries to the of worlds Tonight the foreign delegates was banqueted at the Hotel iletropole by the British bers of of A Steansfr Score Nearly Over Niitgiira July The pleasure Ella running from Port Bay to was ob liged to run around Green island on ac count of the low water in the The island is only a distance above the cataract and just as the steamer was rounding the island in the swiftest part of the river the engine gave The anchor was thrown but it failed to catch for some drag ging along on the rocfe When it did finally get a hold the boat was un der such headway that the bulkhead to which the hawser was attached was torn from its When nearly the whole of the chain had been paid out the end became knotted in the hole in the bulwarks and held the There were about one hundred and fifty pas sengers on the steamer and a pleasure barge attached to and was a terrible scene of Women children and men bid each other The boat was only a short distance above the falls when and it was a miracle which saved the lives of the people on the A liurning Ship July Dutch steamer from Sew July or Boulogne and passed the sle of Wight She signalled the Vational line steamer from New York uly for had been abandoned on lire at sea and that her rew were on board the British bark Manhattan from New York and would and at She did not have any lasscngers on The Cattle Plague in July Si icrian cattle plague is ravaging province of horses and heep are dying by Two hirds of the animals attacked die from he A ntrasbcrof peasants ontracted the but no fatal cases bus far have been GENERAL KANT2 UNDER Much Mixed Matters in the Department of the July sensation was created in military circles here by an announcement in a dispatch from Valen that General commander at Fort had been relieved and placed under arrest by or der of General commander of the department of the The trouble is said to have originated in the report of the court martial proceedings at Niobra which it is claimed was not in due and was returned to General Kantz for Kantz has also preferred charges against General and Colonel Smith is now in com mand at Fort CRAZED WITH Postmaster iieneral Would Accept the Democratic Nomina tion for Governor of July an interview with a prominent democratic politician here morning a correspondent learned the fact that there is a wide spread desire among the more promi nent democrats that Colonel AVilliam Clevelands postmaster gancral and secretary of the in should be nominated for gov ernor on the democratic ticket this and it is believed that while Colonel Vilas would not enter into a personal squabble to secure the he if it should be tendered to accept the He would like to try issues with Governor it is con ceded by will be nominated unani mously by the state con Colonel Vilas would bring into the canvass eloquenceof a higl and the campaign would be en tircly free from personalities if he and Hoard made the race against eath other The first district congressional fight ii being watched with much interest by thi republicans in this Senate Cooper has many warm friends Tierc and it is believed that the with Judge Doolittlc as the democratic can a doubtful and thatCoope is by far the strongest man to down th the genial TTilmUM ItlllrrHal is just what every family ROBASKA STATE State Convention at Lincoln Order Lut July city is crowded with delegates to the republican stat convention which was called to order a Church How was electee An Ohio County Recorder Ills Wife and SnicirieH While July lorning at four oclock Mandaville epnty recorder of while laboring under a temporary t of insanity caused by the death of his hild and shot himself through he head with a The ball assed through the skull without doing erious Tie immediately turned nd shot his who was standing illing her He then went to lis fathers barn and hung himself from he The tragedy occurred at Vults home near Belmont Thinks the Fair Will be a July a General Gosh who was to have met the committee 3f the worlds fair commissioners in Xew York came to Philadelphia in He will meet the commissioners In response to a question here he said he would not ac cept the director generalship ofthe Columbian He said The Chicago exhipition will be mainly agricultural and the foreign representa tion will not be This is a Xew York based on the Paris exposition and the fact that foreign na tionsmust incur great expense to get to Financially I think the Chi ago fair will be a The Minnesota July yesterday afternoon a black cloud resem bling the great reaching down from a dense black mass of storm cloud that had formed during the afternoon and moving in a southeasterly direction demolished the buildings of three farm ers living nine miles northwest of A child of Felix Dcarcau had its leg bro another had Its head crushed and dieddunnj the and Dearean was seriously Ophdabl and child were blown onto a wire fence and seriously Two of Ophdahls horses were carried from the barn to a pasture near by without A Foul Crime NEW July Mer the who buried the of Annie the pretty cigarette was this morning held in bail to appear as a witness against Mc Gourgel William the doctors who drove the body of the girl from the Lyingin asylum to Merrills undertaking was also arraigned and held in bail as accessory after the The body of the girl will be exhumed and an examina tion The wny the skin la variably PoMwls CoaaieYloa GENERAL FOREIGN Public Excitement Haa cKSEf July The guards vho have been stationed at the govern nent housn have been withdrawn and public excitement has It is re lorted a London syndicate is prepared o conclude the sterling loan of one mil ion The gold premium is An American Schooner Lost at July The American has been lost at The crew consisting of sixteen per ons The vessel was on a from Cape Ann to Threatens to Sever Diplomatic July Servia in a note the porte threatens to sever diplomatic unless the porte grants repara tion for the murder of the Servian consul A Dwelling Struck by July A severe rain ornL accompanied by thunder and light passed over this city about three oclock Monday The residence of Robert Benjamin at this place was struck by lightning and a conflagration which resulted in the building wing totally The inmates had a narrow as they were shocked by the Hate Got Tired of the Head Special to The July delegate from Lancewood Modern Woodmen of departed for Rock Island tonight to attend the meeting of Woodmen from lodges prizing ihe order in different Delegates from other camps in Hancock oiinty will also bo Carthage camp authorizes Sholl to join in seceding from the head and it heard other camps in Hancock county have so instructed their Fatal Yacht July During the yacht race this morning a sadden squall came capsizing three sail The Roamer and another boat sank immedi The Roamer was sailed by its Charles and with him were Clark and Tfct two former were while Purcell was rescued in a dying Lid ner leaves a wife and three The occupants of the two other boats were in a short time Continued the luly In the in junction brought by the Galesburg Street Railway Company against the Col lege City Street Railway Judge Smith refused to dissolve the injunction and ordered it continued until the Octo ber term of the circuit The Paciflc and Atlantic to he by One July week the Canadian Pacific railway compates the arrangements made some time ago for the purchase of the entire Sew wick railways and thereby connect OCMB to ocean by its own The New Brunswick system comprises nearly flve hundred miles ot Chamberlains lye and Sato A certain cure for Chronic Sore Salt Scald Chronic Jjoies Fever EnoMk Prairie Sore It is cooling and dreds of cases have been cured by it altar all other treatments have Sit 50 cent boxes tor sale by all July archbishop J the United States assembled tar thi annual meeting to MOwaukw not as the succwaw Archbishop who died a short has not yet been Ji meetings are strictly Vitas ness and hysteria
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