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   Burlington Hawk-Eye (Newspaper) - July 31, 1890, Burlington, Iowa                                i ESTABLISHED iORRlLL mm eStrongly Supports the MeKin ej Measure in the T District of Columbia Appropriation BUlSpcakerBced Appoints a Coin jnlttee to JCmesUgate the Charges Acalnst the senate memorials of the Xorth Volina republican association and of oDistrict of Columbia in favor of the scare of the national election 5r Vest presented a memorial of the olworkers alliance of the district of Arabia denouncing the bankruptcy j Sherman offered an amendment to he deficiency appropriation bill which referred to the committee onappro appropriating for mak boundary line between the United SuUesandMexicoand called attention to jprheresolution offered by Sherman fix ling the daily hour of meeting at ten Mr In advocating the mnared the work done in the two lUses during the present Bthe number of bills passed by the Senate had never before been sSile the house had passed a small nuin Itar he had tsnSuehwork been done inthe senate IHad the minority been wasting time by Imtcrposiug objections or by unnecessary 1 Had the minority consumed Ithetime as the majority had done under lihe last administration in criticising the executive or in pleading civil service law i prevent the removal of democratic ials before the end of their terms I of office V Nothing of the not the bills for the ad of Idaho and Wyoming as states been allowed by the minority to although every one knew that J neither of them had sufficient population Eto entitle it to a representative in the The bills had passed only tflrougu the inconceivable forbearance jid consideration of the democratic mi and yet the democrats were criti he moment they wanted a little and a little light on the tariff he had not the house of more measures than it has reason was that it ignored in its iWaaizatiou and in its changed rules the iinadamental principles of parliamentary He said democrats would f come to the chamber at ten in tlie morn but they would expect republican Equators to and they would 1stay until six in the tund facilitate the transaction of business they were treated as decent as a re EspectaMe minority ought to The f resolution was then agreed The Itariff bill was taken up and Morrill ad fedrcsscdtbe He said the illna ttured denunciations of American manu facturers by the oratorical free traders ndicated that they preferred the pros icrity of foreign manufacturer to that of Illieir own and that they Kwould compel the latter to manufacture cheaply as any foreigner and pay no lligher wages or abandon their IsTlic real purpose was finally to break Jidown and degrade the present scale of ihragcs of the American Com I ing to the question of agricultural de Kjrcssion Morrill said there was a glut of KMisinlormation disseminated cushat sub 1Ject and a concealment of the fact that prices of farm products arc depressed throughout the He asserted that in had it not been for the duty of twenty cents a bushel on the wheat of India would have 1 snatched the market of Xew York from 5j tlie state of Wisconsin as well as from tall other western The farm mortgage indebtedness had been gross i 3y exaggerated and he understood census reports would show that j farm mortgages in Kansas and Maine were less than onequarter the amount which had been s The charge that the Amcr kail fanners were hugely in or more so than the farmers of any other country was a gross The market which could not be found abroad had to be made at home and they could only be made by llefcrring to the coun tries of Central and South America IMorrill said of agricultural i amihorses they had an abundant and cheap not only for liome consumption but also for exporta To carry any of those products in the vain hope of finding a mar ket would be like Carrying coals to On the question of sugar Mor rill said the addins of free sugar to the table presented a stronger case tlian tea and coffee presented in 1S72 for like If by bounty the United States could as had been done by sev eral European countries supply all its own ninety million of dollars would IKkept at home that was now sent to Cuba and elsewhere never to re lu Morrill said any amendnient offered in good faith that would improve tinbill would be cor dially received but all attempts to en graft thorns upon it he be At the close of Morrills speech the consideration of the bill by paragraphs was The amendment offered yesterday by McPherson was McPherson continued to offer amendments for the reduction of rates on articles in the chemical schedule but they were all mer rejected by party The only change made in the schedule was the reduction on the motion of Aldrich of the duty on chloroform from 40 to 25 rants per Vest moved to reduce the duty on iodoform from to 1 per pound re The tariff bill was then laid aside and conference report on the District of Columbia appropriation bill Xo action was taken ami after an exe cutive session the senate THE committee on agriculture decided to report favorably the Mil introduced in the house by Conger last Monday to reg ulate the manufacture and saleof com pound The bill is similar in lan guage and scope to the amended bill al ready reportedby the the only material changes being a few small reductions in the rate of taxation The purpose of reporting this last bill is to facilitate action upon the subject in the house by substituting it for the amended bill first thereby avoiding the necessity for separate votes on numerous amendments to the original Concerning lilalncu Sugar July tive of today of fered for reference to the ways and means committee a preamble and reso lution regarding Elaines expression of opinion upon the sugar duties and re postponing legislation on sugar and molasses and requesting the presi dent to enter into negotiations with Spain and Central and South American states looking to the consummation of re ciprocal July today sent to the senate the following nominations Thadden of general appraiser of merchan dise under the provisions of the act approved last June Louis DCS of coiner of the mint at Xew Clay postmaster at THE ABMY General Leave oT J uly the peculiar official attitude between General ICautz and General of the United States the war department has in formed General Kautz that if he desired he will have the approval of two months leave of The leave was preferred by General who will be absent on important business of his own for some This will no doubt prolong the investigation of the case between the above named officers and which was inaugurated by General The delay will probably have the effect of less hasty conclusions and a possible correction of the matter in a way that will put the responsibility where it rightfully The ulte rior purpose underlying the issue isapt to be laid bare and an officer of forty years with an honorable record throughout three will be THE WORLDS The Work of the ExtraSession of the Illinois The Judiciary Committee Speuds Con siderable Time Over Fair Semite ami THE SQUADRON Admiral Walker Kiithusiastic ove NEW July The squadron of Evolution which has been cruising in foreign waters for the last eight months dropped anchor in Gravesend bay last Admiral Walker was seen by a repor ter this and in conversation was enthusiastic over the He took occasion to deny emphatically the stories which had been printed here from time to time of the disaffection in thu squadrons troubles among the offi He said he never had been on a cruise that was so entirely free from anything like dissatisfaction or disturb ance on board the Of in a squadron containingfifteen hundred officers and men under military restric it was inevitable that offenses must occur of penalties that could be described as severe The squadron was received abroad with the utmost kindness and We in added the ad feted from the moment we dropped anchor at Lisbon until we reached the last Mediterrian and at Eio the feting was continued with redoubled The in deed construed our coming as a special honor from the United States to the new republic and could not sufficiently ex press their appreciation Happy Young Couples Are Special July aged of La was married here today to Sarah aged of La Milo aged of McDonough was married to Miss Jane aged of Appa noose Advised to Forward July The officers of the Irish National issued an address to the members of the league throughout the country setting forth the urgent necessity for an imme diate transmission of all available funds in America to the home organization and authorizing all branches and individuals to forward funds direct to the treasurer of the league in Kin 43 upper OConnolI Dub The Governor Will Issue a Special to Tlie HawkEyeJ July The illegal chicken shooting that occurred a few days ago begins to assume shape towards bringing the parties to The governor has expressed his willingness to issue a requisition for the parties as soon as the papers reach him which are now about Hancock Special to the July The annual picnic meeting of the Warsaw Horticul tural society was held at Wild Cat Springs There was a large at tendance and a number of interesting addresses were The display of fruits and flowers was Drowned in Lake Minuet July Louis Dew a leading was drowned in Lake Minnetonka this even in with his niece Gussie a daughter of of Sioux He was teaching the girl to swim and was seized with cramps and both went Against the Election Kill AUGUST July The Augusta exchange today adopted resolutions con July The house judiciary committee spent some time this afternoon in the consideration of the worlds fair An amendment by Mahpney providing that if Chicago shall agree to purchase all the fair build ing constructed on the Lake Front they shall be compelled to more than the actual cost of construction was A clause providing that all damages resulting from condemnation easement of private property be paid from the proceeds of bonds raised by the city was stricken Stoskopf moved a special commit tee be appointed to prepare a proviso to section which would require the park board to submit to the people of that dis trict the question whether or not two million dollars worth of bonds should bo issued for the purpose of i mproving Jackson park land for the benefit of the worlds The people to be ho should have a voice in the question of the issuance of tliesu The and Crafts and Meyer as a The two million dollars bonds in question are proposed to be issued by the park commissioners in addition to the five million dollars of bonds which the city of Chicago will be authorized to When the subcommittee met this Crafts at once made a motion that the committee report in favor of striking out the park bond clause entin Attorney of Hyde who was in the begged to be heard before any such radical action was He went on to argue in favor of the but upon the conclusion of his on motion of the sub committee decided to recommend that the section be stricken Tho West Side people were then seized with the misgiving that perhaps after all the main committee might refuse to accept their and prepared an amendment to the section in case the recommendation did not It provides that the power to issue bonds shall not be exer cised until the proposition has been submitted to a vote of tho legal voters of the park district and received a majority of such Mooney offered an amendment providing for a new section to the bill to the effect that there should be a con dition that in all contracts made in con nection with the fair eight hours shall and be paid for as a days labor and no person shall be employed who is not a citizen of the United States or has not property declared his inten tion of becoming This amend ment was adopted by There was considerable further discus sion on the part of the bond Dixon saying it was a question with him whether it was wise to have this section authorizing the issuance of park bonds in the bill at After much talk the subcommittee to which the matter had been referred at was authorized report on the whole cither to strike out the entire section or add a clause submitting the issuing of bonds to a vote of the As the subcom mittee is composed of three West one North Sider and one country mem ber opposed to Jackson it is felt by the others tonight that the Siders played a very sharp THE The House Amendment to tlie Constitu tional Amendment Resolution Xoncon curred July bill for an act in relation to tho worlds Col umbian exposition was taken up on the third reading this morning and passed by a vote of 38 to in the form in which it was advanced to the third reading At the afternoon session of the senate a messenger from the house announced that the senate joint resolution for the constitutional amendment had been con curred in by the house with amendments which were Senators Burke and Crawford entered vigofVis objection to thelirstamcnduient whicTI provides that no such indebted ness so created shall in any part thereof be paid by the state or from any state tax or but the same shall be if at by the city of Chicago They considered this a reflection on the city of Chicago and said it showed a very mercenary spirit on the part of the people outside of After quite a lengthy debate the amendment was nonconcurred The other house amendment was adopted and the senate adjourned until when the house will be notified of the senates non concurrence in the first THE POLITICAL Resolutions were adopted con gratulating Secretary oLState his of tariff r Ezra Taj lor lieiioniinateil at July was rcnominated by the republicans of the iiineteeuth j llarliu July second district at evening nominated of York Michigan y July pro hibition state convention today nom inated the following ticket Spridge lieutenant Allen secretary of Palm er state Ansel Coddington attorney LICKED UP BY Seneca Falls Jlcets a Serious by SKXKCA FALLS July Pew against the erection of which three or four years ago such an earnest protest was fulfilled its mission as a firetrap this morning and it is feared it has also proved a A few minutes after three this morning the building was discovered on fire and in a few minutes the entire structure was in The Pew building was approachable from direction and the atmosphere quickly became so hot the could not 1C splendfd Phoenix involving the cletric light electric railway Reveille print ing the Sander sons furniture warerooms and the Western Union telegraph succumbed to the flames and within four hours fifteen stores east of it to the Sheldon block were The flames sprang across tho street to the lloag opera house and before an hour passed that was consumed with all the buildings on Fall street on that side east to the Sheldon block while on the north side of the cooperative block was the On State street the flames extended to and included Kelloggs livery but all of his stock was All three of the newspapers are burned and the telephone service is The Western Union company is doing business at the railway The lire was under control at nine oclock but soon broke out again in Tcdman Glaskes dry goods store which is now The loss already amounts ap proximately to and if the lire is not extinguished soon it may be consider ably July re port received here from Seneca New the loss at a million of Fifteen acres were burned over covered principally by threestory brick A ItifT Fire at July disastrous con llagration broke on the lake at the foot of Michigan street near the mouth of the Chicago It began on the docks of Fitzslmmons and quickly spread to the lumber yards of Ayer Whitcomb Tigo and William Palpcke Tho region is known as north pier and is situated on the north side of the river only a few squares from the site of old Fort Dear A wilderness of wharves and railroad tracks render the place al most inaccessible for the firo engines and three lire boats came in good The fire broke out about eight oclock and at ten it was under though still burning Between ten and fif teen acres of lumber piles were burned and a great number of freight The direction of tho wind alone saved the shipping and warehouses in the The loss will be Iturning a Town July most extraor dinary of affairs prevails at an oil village on the Balti more and Ohio about twenty miles south of this It has been vis ited by live incendiary fires within a week and every business house has been The cause Is thought to be the passaze by the authorities some time ago forbidding the sinking of gas or oil wells within tho town It is al leged that men who arc holding town lots at big prices hoping to sell them to oil men and finding their aspirations checked leagued together to burn the town with a view to turn the siteinto an oilproducing WHY THE RIOTS BROKE A Buenos Citizen Tells the Story of the Ilroueht About by Financial Itemarkable islanders Which J1 to the of thef a representative of the KiverPlattc Fresh Meat company limited of the city of Buenos Argentine gave a newspaper representative a thorough resume of the stirring events which precipitated the present revolution in that Vollmer has just left his business interests having landed in New York on the Ho was seen today at the store of Beckstein Canal and Van Buren When I left the Argentine said the situation was one of Shortly before the day of my departure tho public excitement had reached a high Up to that time there had been several public mcetr ings at which there were attendance between thirty and forty thousand eminent was so far behind in paying the soldiers The navy consisted of three good ships and several others of inferior rauk is the The officers of the highest intelligence and of tho best social They have often their discontent with tho It is sur prising that they have decided to sup port thepeople and take an active pare in thepperations for overthrowing the All Oniet at Jluenos BUEXOS July The city K quiet and business is A GRAVE Tlu Loss XKW July to day on tho losses by fire last night at the stores of the Empire Warehouse com make it on merchandise and on the Tennessee State lleiiublican Convention at July re publican state convention was called to order at noon by John Walker of the state and Xach of Shelby selected as temporary After the appointment of various committees the convention took a recess until two this At the afternoon Congressman Ilouk was made permanent The platform was adopted with great ap Lewis of David son president of the National Commercial was nominated for governor by The NfbrasUa July inde A Fire at July plant of the Missouri Car and Foundery company was damaged by fire WAS ON THE POOL Committee Aiipoitilcil 1o Investigate the Charges Against Commissioner July speaker laid before the house fifteen requests for leave of of inquired if these leaves were a quorum would be left in the The speaker announced his inability to answer the of Xew thought that until this question was determined oa it would be better not to grant the consequently the requests for leaves were passed over for tbe of called up conference report on the Columbia appropriation llutchlcr of Pcnnsylqania opposed the report on the ground that according statement of the district commis if the bill passed in its present there would be a deficit in tha of the district of between and After debate the con icrcncc report was acrced to and the noase went into committee of the whole ou the senate amendments to the sundry cml Cummings made an attack upon director of the geological survey no favored ihe senate irrigation amend t Cannon replied Pending the committee and the the appointment of wing members on the committee w UHcstigatc the charges against Com missioner Eauni Smy Goodnight and Martin of rmnnonnil Lard dcmning any effort to disturb tho busi ness relations between the north and south and appealing to tho northern men to defeat the federal election 1 State Senator Shoots an J July Sena tor Joe Cutrer today shot and fatally wounded Frceland editor of the oalioiman at Friars There A are no particulars except that Chew had been assaulting Cutrer in the A Sxvinimiiig ialto The July Hubucr and Duce will swim a race from cKeokuk to this place for S2o a Killed His Motliers July Euene a lad aged seventeen year killed his who had been beating the boys hundred ordered The Daily Gold XKW July thousand dollars in gold were for shipment to Europe Free samples of Miles Restorative Nervine at Wittos drug Cues Sleepless The Omaha republican J uly Omalia KcptMi ca oldest daily in the sus oended publication ow Use Watts the iimisebold President Harrison Will be July Harnsou has definitely promised the committee to be here August oillous anancrvous Its pendent state convention did not con clude its labors until after four this The full ticket nominated is as follows Powers Deck secre tary of Mayberry Wolfe at torney George Edgerton commissioner of public lands and build Weight superintendent of public As soon as the state convention had ad journed the delegates to the first district congressional convention assembledand unanimously nominated exSenator Van Wyck for Xorth Dakota GKAXD July republican state convention reassembled this but the credentials com mittee was not ready to report and an adjournment was taken until 4 One member precipitated a hot debate by declaring the credentials committee packed in favor of A permanent organization was per fected this There was a fierce fight over the nominations and at a late hour the convention was still in Captain of has nom inated for governor Roger lieu tenant and Johnson for the present TTans being knocked Breckinridgc LITTLE July democratic congressional convention for the Second Arkansas district today nom inated Clifton Breckiuridge for cou ress by This is the dis trict in which the Clayton contest is now pending in Democrats July demo crats of the first congressional district today nominated William of A Chicago Kacc Track Proprietor Slakes July the west side race track has de clared war against Mayor Cregier and his Ho charges the mayor with malfeasance in office and threatens to bring him to tho bar on criminal An application for a writ of injunction to restrain Cregier and his chief of police from raiding the poolsel lers and bookmakers in tho west side race track was filed in Judge Tuthills court this Mayor Crosier makes emphatic denial to all assertions in Corrigans Five Hollies BALTIMORE July bodies of five victims of Sunday nights collision have been Eight persons are still more bodies have been It now seems that tho num ber of persons who lost their lives by the disaster is Two other victims are lying critically ill and will probably A Settled in Special to The HawkBycJ July row that occurred on Big Island and which resulted in a broken leg for Ben No such largely meet ings iwere ever before held in tho repub these there were all the civil service aristocrats and They were public meetings in the true sense of the These meetings were held in the be ginning of the of and the whole in view of these gather resigned the day before the date of the first with the seeming purpose of making a concession to the public feel which demanded a change in the po litical and financial affairs of the govern The business men expected that Jua rez Celmau would change his course and put honest men at tho head of the gov with two those of the ministers of finance and war cabinet officers were selected from among tho same men who had been rul iug up to this The old minister of named had the sympathy of all com mercial being a business man aiid it was expected that if he was properly aided the government would be able to straighten out its finan cial He made some attempts at an honest administration and toward settling tho financial but ho was not sufficiently supported by the Therefore ho was obliged to as a matter of The new minister of Senor before his the di rector of the National Mortgage which in no way enjoyed the confidence of business On tho his selection indicated a continuation of the old unsatisfactory As a conse quence of this nomination tho premium on gold rose while during the short stay of Priburn it had greatly Another cause for the increase of un easiness on the part of the public was a law passed by the congress of au thorizing the government to one quarter of its duties in This measure was looked upon by the public with much because the high premium on gold for the last ten months had placed everything at such a high figure that the workingman was scarcely able to This measure only con tributed to still increase the price It must be understood that most of our provisions are imported from and in consequence a rise in the premium on gold tends to make higher the cost of living for every for rich and poor arc all obliged to buy these It is quite clear that the high premium on gold and the new law regarding the collection of duties ren dered life unbearable to tho ordinary and set every one against the Another law vyas passed at the same time authorizing tho government to issue of paper taken in connec tion with the fact that there already ex isted in paper currency made that class of money rather worth The president in his message to congress promised that no new issue of paper money should be this law was a surprise to the whole When this of pa per currency was already a and much more than the credit of the coun try was able to it can bo easily imagined what effect an issue of 000 more had on the By these measures and others the government had paved the way to an up rising of the When Juarez Celman came into pow er the demoralization in the administra tion all over the country commenced at In order to reward the good ser vices of his party followers ee allowed them to do as they liked in the offices they and to make as much money in any way as they In 1SS7 a free banking law was and in each of the fourteen provinces a provincial bank was As a banks stim ulate but these banks seem to have been established only to satisfy the greed oE the presidents A ICesIgnation of Cclman Demanded in Buenos July corres pondent at Buenos Ayrcs says The ex asperation against Cchnan is Unless he resigns it is feared an attempt will be made upon his Thenbotirse is closed and settlement is postponed until The exchange shops quote gold at iresident Cel man does not appear to realize his posi it reported the squadron has The minister of war has issued a bulletin pardoning the rank and file of the revolutionists and declaring national guards are ready to defend the country and President Cel The bulletin is treated with de risiou and copies have seat teredthroughoiit the city arc tramped under foot by the people The outlook is bad unless Celman WILL EXPEL MANY The Kdicts of 188ii to he Applied lit July says the Russian government has ordered tho ap plication of the edicts of 1S82 against the These edicts have hitherto been held in According to Jews must henceforth reside in certain towns None will be per mitted to own laud or hire it for agri cultural No Jews will be al lowed to hold shares in or work to enter the to practice medicine or to be engineers or enter any other They will also be de barred from holding posts under the The enforcement of the edict will result in the expulsion of over from the AT BlUFF Epworth League Day at the ing A Splendid Address by ofWttiJ Perry4 AddreW In the State andTvoached Correspondence of TUB BLOTF July the pleasant day with the young people the United Presbyterian chnrch yester day Bluff Park was on tiptoe with ex pectation in regard to Epworth League Tho trains from both directions brought in the Methodist young people and the speakers for the of delivered the address of the morning to a large and enthusiastic audience on The Outlook and the Outlit of the Epworth As a Cox Is well known to Burlington people and before this audience of young pie he was at his of the diminishing of denominational lines ho feels that the most good can be acconi pllshed by each Christian army marching under its own and while as a ail look to God for i The young people of the United byterian as we heard jPr are marshaled under standards almost like our and in a short time we hope to see another army of young people organized as the Westmins ter while over the Congrega tional young folks floats the banner of the His advice to young people In the church was earnestly given and kindly Young people are apt to look for too big burdens to too large enterprises to put their shoulders to while tho little just as or Do with your might what your hand finds to do that yon may hear the re jto NINETYEIGHT Terrltic Kxplosioii in July Pelisser pit at in which an explosion of tire damp occurred has been Fiftynine of the persons who were at work In the pit when the explo sion occurred have been The bodies of the victims of the explosion numbering ninetyeight have been recov GENERAL FOREIGN yon may come Well good and faith ful thou hast been faithful over a few f will make you ruler over many Enter into the of thy Good music was rendered by a choir of ladies and ably assisted by good congregational Picnic parties dotted the grounds and the dining hall was well filled at the noon A merry crowd of young people who have held in their spirits for a day and a congregated on the bluff during the noon hour and gave vent to their pent up feelings in all the songs on The afternoon meeting was addressed by editor of the Epwortli Ills able Address was entitled Lend a and was one that to be appreciated must be The Epworth Herald is very fortunate in having such a wideawake illldstones July in speak ing at the Nalional Liberal club tonight said there never had been a more dis tinct proof that the national heart and mind are with the liberals than had been afforded since the assembling of the pres cut Drowned ill July Salzaeh river has overflowed its banks and inundated the surrounding Many persons along the line of the river were drowned and their houses man at is and from what we have heard the Herald promises to the religious paper of the At j four oclock Perry gave an informal talk to the members of thej Epworth League and after that a question box was ionducted by rj A quartette from Fort Madison nishedsomo excellent music during the Oj which was very CALL FOR A Democratic Attempt to Kim the Qp on jamin was partly settled in Justice Marsdens court this Frank King and the were arrested late last but King made good his escape on the way to King was fined S3 and A Doggery Special to The Jnly to the surprise and disgust of many people the village board of Ferris has again licensed a doggery at that The saloon had been a common pest for A Big Special to The July the collaps ing of a warehouse of tho Warsaw Milling company nearly five thousand bushels of wheat were entailing a loss of about one thousand simple recommendation the presi dent to the managers of these banks was sufficient to get any amount of So it camo about that banks were left without and tho persons to whom the money was given were never asked for either principal or In regard to tho president wanted to be considered tho head of his and every effort was made to keep in power only suck governors and other high officials as professed their fiytk in The political rights of the citizens wereinterfered with so much that citi zens didnt care to knowing before handtha it was useless some way or other the governing party made its can didate invariably But though the public felt deeply the sup pression of its political it would never have taken the step toward revolu tion had their purses not been so much affected that a living for everyone in his sphere was made In tlie meantime all kinds of business became and work generally was The Italian immigrants left by Thus everything was ripe for an and the leaders of the opposition fully understood that the right moment had If ever a revo lution was based on good this one In fact all the people in the Argentine republic are astonished that tho revolt has not come The have the full Amnesty to July received here from Buenos Ayres dated last even announce that the government has granted amnesty to all persons who took part in the insurrection which broke out A Wait Postofflcc officials discovered today that one hundred twentyfive thousaud francs had been stolen from the registered mail bag in General military governor of Psris is The Itehrlee Sea July is the intention of the opposition to put numerous ques tions to the government relative to tho Behring sea dispute when the vote of the foreign office comes Cardinal Vallotte Oyins July Pallottc is Shell and Special to The HawkEyeJ July is re ported this afternoon that a farmer was swindled out of on a shell game here Wallaces circus showed to great The balloon ascension didnt A negro roustabout lost an arm by a car wheel at Monmouth hist He is resting well A canvassnian had a terrible gash cut in his head here this morning while un loading Evidence of a Horrible July Charles Thompson and fcof the great Chebeagne report that yesterday while berrying on Goose island near Chcbeagnfc they came across the remains of two There were four hands and four feet recently cut A large fire had been built near by and in the ashes were as if the childrens bodies had been The coroner will go to the spot and make an investi TEE Kim Farmers Alliance Into Special to The DES July endeavor th to bring another influence into the Or in congressional matters and thedeterjm mination to run the Farmers Alliance td Into politics has taken fresh impetus by the issuing of a call for a conference of nt represcntatives of all the Ty themnrider sfonsof the new an law were morning and eachsentenced to ten7d laboron cleared the town ol thefpri r A Special to The HawkEyeJ July yearold bay lilanager Jfufr dam Cawfe by George VVilkesvownedibs and StonX of paced the last mile heretodayvfi Horsemen predfet that go a mile over 361 days1 in or Purchased Coal Mining Special to The DBS Jnly Mining company at this purchased an electric coal mining machine and pat it in active operation a Themachines have been in but the first onetobe pot in July Durfeeva undertaker ot this was taken with swindler claimed to have adead a purchased a burial casket gave Durfee a check for S20 arid received 510 in change When the check presented at the bank it was prornply pronounced In Favor of Editor July crats of this county yesterday selected delegates jndlclaljj and congressional conventionsThe conf gressional delegation is for proprietor of the GIooc and ex mayor of this The willj be held here August An Alliance July Sargeant hasorganised a branch of Farmers Alliance There w fourteen charter all represen tative farmers of Sloan first meeting of the new will be held next Saturday four Residences Bnrneil Speclat to The HawkEyeJ Jnly fire at a small town on the Kapids and eight miles south east of last night burned four denccs and three The insurance was Oats Thresher Special to The HawkEyeJ July while threshing oats at a farm abont fivej miles north of this place with a started a causing a of abont four hundred bushels of oats the Xominatei to Succeed DODOE July of was today nominated for congress by the cans of the seventh district to who declined to ask a renomina HAWKEYE trict to meet at the Abora house in Des August to decide what should be done to secure representation in congress and to name a candidate for This is plainly a democratic scheme owing to the cold reception of the Weaver boom in this His friends have given out that General Weaver is so highly flattered by the persistent requests of friends in the sixth that he will consent to run in that district in of the id CATTLE GOING Strange Disease Prevalent at Special to The July unknown evidently is affecting the cattle about They are afflicted with sore many going The state veterinarian was here and made an but he neither gave the name of the trouble or a possible The disease probably got a foothold by some strange cattle being brought in for feeding Over one hundred cows near by and in town are diseased and it seems to be spreading by DINNER WASNT And W11EN THE EJfEKGIKS IXAG Use llomfords Acid says is an Invaluable nerve delightful Bever and one of the best restoratives when tne energies Hag and the spirits Bitten by a Mad Special to The July of Brown was bitten by a mad dog and is here receiving treatment from the Ortou mad Change of monthly ir hot are cured by Miles Free samples at H Wittes drug store support of the whole and I feel sure they will be able to bring the revo lution to such a close thatgood govern ment will be If tho proper men are put at the head of the new gov and they will business circles will support and do every thing in their power toward righting the I think the present revolution will be a good lesson to the future and that none will again attempt to bring to contempt the rights of tho citi and to deal with men like as president Celman has The city of Buenos Ayres in poli the commanding city of the whole And the largest military gar rison it stationed If the revolu tion is fought out to a happy end in that city the whole country will readily sub mit to The garrison stationed at Buenos Ayres amounts to some five thou sand and These are Indians the old na They are led entirely by their The army Is at present but most of the officers gone over to the There was much discontent in the army because the gov Tlie Cleveland July attendance was the weather beautiful and the track dry and The freeforall pace was the sensation of the the California was the lie took first and second heats but could not capture the In the second heat Adonis went the fastest mile ever paced in a Soon after the start Hal Pointer began to crowd the the remainder of the field were left In the On the back stretch Hal was going like the Turning into the stretch he and Adonis were neck It was a game struggle to the distance flag when Hal went off his feet and ran under the wire half a length ahead of The heat was given to the latter time In the class Almont was the fav but after Lady Bullion had taken the first heal and she and Almont had given a second Mambrino Maid came to the front and The winners of the other races were Hal and Mambrino i Tlie Paul July winners to day were Long and For This Reason Walter Womsley Cruelly Beats Ilia Special toTJe HawSEyeJ July a farmer living two and one half miles northwest of brutally beat his wife yesterday until the blood streamed from her nose and then ran her away from the house keeping their less than one year anc refusing to give it This was all be cause dinner was not quite ready when he came in from the This is not the first time he has abused her as she left him once but returned supposing he would do A SINGULAR Stranse Story of a Who Thinks She was Mtssocni July very singular case is now attracting the attention of the people of western and Albert of this have twice been before the insane com mission of this Theywere dis charged at the first and a few days since at the second were judged From which decision they Bresees hallucinar tion consists in the belief that while an infant she was and later det f rauded of a fortune by parties living On all other subjects they appear to be perfectly and until abont a year ago they conducted an extensive business and considered TheSaratoga Jnly winners to day were King Stryk and Typhoid Iscver at Special to The HawkEyeJ July fam ilies here are prostrated with typhoid some cases Other cases are noted at Denver has suffered from previous epidemics of this at prudent and thrifty and had amassed a considerable amount of most of 7 which has since gone In the pursuit of the phantom Aside 7from her apparent Bresee is an in1 reserved She claims to j have been born in England and to bo the1 daughter of Lord She says that while an infant she was stolen 3f her parents and brought to United and when about e years old to Cedar where she was is married at the age of fourteen years to a man whom she alleges was implicated in her She claims to have no recollection of her but that her father was also in pursuit of his lost and for a long time he was held in and until he gave a Urge sum of money and property to Charles as guardian offhis whiUi it is alleged by FOILED BY His Keokuk man attempted to shoot his wife when she promptly took the revolver away from him and handed hint over to the IXSAXE FROM DETECTIVE Edward of came Insane from reading detective stories and was sent to the Pleasant comes from Mason that hunters havi gun the slaughter of prairie and there will be but few left legitimate time comes to hunt JssTAXTLr Appanoose Monday morning Frank a coal was instantly killed by a Milwaukee am Paul He was intoxicated anc went to sleep on the He leaves a wife and two FrsED FOI Villi Monday ten persons were arrestedani fined from to StO each for gambling Four or five were boys under sixteett an two were orii having been justreleaseotfrom a jail sen tence for a similar A patient of thi insane hospital at who had been ailing with the dyspepsi died In his stomach wei found two lead a tenpenny nailij two wash onehalf of a whisk broom and several pine sticks six inchi A BOYS CLOSC fonryear old son of Peter of Grundy got hold of three morphine pills le by the doctor for his and lowed It was notdiscovered tf some Considerable difficulty experienced in keeping the little felli awake for ojiite a THE SAME 6 was kicked in the by cutting a three to t left of and over the left The has been broken twice befbi by kicks in the same It is sup posed that the horse each tfmcj that it was a different John t MUST AXSWEK Roct Island railroad has issued a circulaitTi which it is stated that within weeks all employes will be fnrnishei blanks upon which they will beorder to place answers toquestions concerning their sobriety social charac whethetrmarried or and man other AH men whose repni tion is not good will be THE FASTEST MILE dependence Associ claims to have the fastest and offers in piirsesjlfi the races August 23 to The classes closed every state and territoryiitths unionIs Brown Hal and other areexpected to give tlfisi speed during this WAXTSOXTAIXTED ter was received at the office of thestal dairy commissioner other dayijftoL L ot which he asks information concernini the dairy industry of the stater He Jon plains butter that has been to him by dairymen of has been tainted from the soft wood tub July report is that arrangements are being made to combine the Players league and American Headache front intlueiua or colds Omans Harmless Head the was stolen from Ellis by her she she fell heir to large estate in that it was sold and the proceeds were de posited in the First National bank of and were transferred fothe instantly cured bjHt At Valley bank of this of which Mar cellos Holbrook Is they is one ot the parties who years ago and was implicated fa it was and he ask dairy commissioners recommend creamery man who packs hfs bu hardwood tubsor other receptacle will not affect f Moines Capital contains thismtereg summary one man mutilated a freefotalffigjiti Sevastopol tioni twenty seizures ot beer andtlfij a fightta Governors Squama which broken heads and hearts than ingsslnce ofsometofutheresidentsald Vandersin x   

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