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Publication: Burlington Hawk Eye August 1, 1890

Burlington Hawk Eye (Newspaper) - August 1, 1890, Burlington, Iowa ESTABLISHED: JUNE, 1839.)THE BURLINGTON HAWK-EYE.BURLINGTON, IOWA, FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST I. 1890. (PRICE: 15 CENTS PER WEEK. THE TARIFF IN THE SENATE. A Day Spent in Acting on Numerous Amendments. Matter of Personal Privilege in the House—Secretary Win dom Preparing for the Purchase of Silver —Washington News. Washington. July JI.—In the senate to-day Frye stated tin* river and harbor bill would be taken up nex‘ Friday. The conference report on the District of Columbia bill was agreed to. The tariff bill was then taken up and McPherson moved to make the rate on extracts of licorice four cents a pound, the amendment of the finance committee being to reduce it from six to live cents. The usual political discussion followed, in the course of which Aldrich said the Mills bill originally proposed a duty of four cents on iicorice paste but when it was found tin* men engaged in that busine^ were democrats th<‘ rate was increased to five cents. Mr. Vest denied this statement. Mr. McPherson's motion was finally rejected by the usual party vote and tlie committee amendment, was agreed to. Mr. McPherson wanted the duty on castor oil reduced from fifty to twenty-five cents per gallon but Plumb asked that it be increased to eighty cents, (the present duty). and this was agreed to. The paragraph relating to opium was I amended, a- recommended by the j finance committee, to make it read j sis instead of "lo per pound. Paragraph j 4$ as to barytes was amended. On rec- | ommendation the finance committee mak- : ingtheduty on the unmanufactured ani- i des one dollar per ton instead of two as in the house bill. and on manufactured! goods one-fourth of a cent a pound in-j stead of seven dollars per ton. Mr. McPherson continued to offer amendment^ to several other paragraphs but all were voted down. Some other committee amendments were agreed to. and, four pages of the hill having been disposed of. tim senate adjourned. to President Barillas at Guatemala City two days ago. I he company did not rest there however, but also tiled particulars of the claim with the United States government at Washington. A NEWSPAPER’S DOWNFALL. The Omaha “Republican” at Last Compelled to Go to the Wall. Omaha. Neb July JI.—The Omaha Ilepublictni, which has been running a daily edition since isos, has suspended publication.^ No paper was issued this morning. The proprietor has mortgaged cill tho material aud tho press franchises, hut the deficit was so large and constantly increasing that he was finally compelled to suspend. Several thousand dollars are due tin* employes who have begun attachment suits. The creditors for material are also preparing to enter suit. The secured aud miscellaneous claims amount to over SIO,OOO and the assets are less than Sin,OOO. WORLD S FAIR WORK. The Constitutional Amendment Adopted at Springfield. TEXAS SOLDIER BOYS. They Are All Right and Will Send an Exhibit of Texas Products to Boston. DAI.I.AS. Texas, July HL—The State Travelers Protective association has made application for a special day at the Texas state fair. Their day will’be designated and an invitation will lie sent to the national association to attend at the same time. Special rates will be given on all railways. The Grand Army organization in this state to-day forwarded a carload of Texas products for exhibition in the horticultural hall at Boston during the encampment. The Grand Army of Texas are prepared to testify that it is free from political proscription, land mortgages and poverty. lunes’ celebrated thirteenth regiment hand lins boun engaged for the fair. SINS AND SINNERS. THE HOUSE. Oaten »Kis**rt to a Question of Privilege Which the Speaker Overrules. Washington, July JI.— In the house Oates of Alabama, rising to a question of privilege offered a resolution for the investigation of charges of corruption against the members of the holist* contained in a recent editorial in the \<i-tional Evownnixt.. Mr. Cannon, of Illinois, contended ti nu the resolution did not present a question of privilege. Tin- charge made in the editorial was indefinite. Nothing deli rite was charged for one until somebody made a reasonable charge and showed ability to procure evidence that would tend to establish it. Ile thought, the house owed it to its dignity and to the business of tin* country to pay no attention to it. Mr. Lrosvenor, of Ohio, thought, that if the house was to take cognizance of this charge, although practically it was no charge, the resolution should be first sent to the committee. Mr. Roger, of Arkansas, said it was generally understood chut tin- speaker passed all bills in this house, therefore, Hie charge was an inferential one against the speaker, and as an crncricux curio he thought the resolution should lie adopted. Mr. Peters, of Kansas, was opposed to dignifying tin* editorial by paying any attention to it. lie denied the right of tho writer to make any charge in the name of the Farmers’ Alliance. There were some members of the Farmers’ Alliance who were demagogue.-, and who were attempting to lead the alliance into politics outside of its legitimate sphere of a lion. They were trying to create tin impression that all public men were corrupt and that they were the only virtuous men in tin* union and therefore should he put into office. After further discussion the speaker ruled ilia tin* resolution wa- not a privileged one. In Hi ing so lie said that the newspaper editorial was of the vaguest character. It made no assertion, except by inference*.- it mad** no statement upon which anybody could he expected to predicate a belief or conviction. The house sustained the decision of the chair, an appeal having been taken by Gates. The house then w<ut into committee of the w ind ** on tin* senate amendments to tin* sundry civil appropriation hill. The senate irrigation amendment was finally non-comurred in. The committee then rose aud the house adjourned. GENERAL WASHINGTON NEWS. An Attempted Train Robbery. TTiimdai>, Col., July HL—The Santa Fe train from the south due here at IO: !.*> last, night was held up by four men three miles southeast of Trinidad. One man stopped the train with a red lantern and as it stopped three men began tiring at the engineer, hitting him twice in the , hand and wrist. The fireman received a ; severe wound in the head. The engineer ; put on steam and ran the train to Trini-; dad. Officers are hunting through tin mountains for the robbers. Murdered for Love. I.oui svtt.i.K, Ky.. July HL — Peter McCrary until recently night, watchman at the St. Louis cemetery, -this morning shot and mortally wounded Annie Stakin, a pretty servant girl with whom he was in love. The girl did not return Ii is love and this made the man jealou After tlie shooting McCrary attempted twice to take his life. He was placed under arrest. A Fat;il Duel iii Mississippi. Greenwood, Miss., July JI.—Walter Stoddard, a local artist, and J. 1). Money, a brother of ex-Congressman Money, fought a duel on the street today. Stoddard was instantly killed and Money badly wounded. The trouble grew out of the charges of corruption made against the city government. Hanged for Murder. Ll vt: Oak. Fla.. July JI—Kelley stewart. (colored) was hanged hero to-day for the murder of J. Hawkins about two years ago. Mr. Hurst, of Rock Island, Accuses Crafts of Monkeying With the Mite Oucs-tlon—The Park Bonds Scheme Sustained—Other News. Springfield, July 31.—The Chicago delegation which has been working against the Lake Front-Jackson parasite for the World’s Fair and which was supposed last night to have a majority of the judiciary committee, received another set back this morning when th** sub-committee’s report in favor of striking out the section providing for the issue of Sr*.(xxI,(IOO of park bonds w as rejected by a vote of twelve to thirteen and the minority report to add a clause to tin* section and provide that tin* question of issuing bonds shall first be submitted to a vote of the people of the park district, was then adopted. The section was also amended so as to provide that the amount of bonds should be >*1.0<M),OOO instead of 82,000.000. In the house, the judiciary committee reported back the world’s fair bill, w hich was taken up and read a second time and most of the amendments of tin* judiciary committee adopted. An amendment providing for the enforcement of the eight hour law among the laborers on buildings and that none but citizens of the United States should he employed, was finally adopted in spite of the warning of one of the members that tin* adoption of this clause meant the turning over of    the.    world's fair to walking    delegates,    and    that in this    ease    “hell would    he    to pay.” T his    speech    was made    by    Representative    Graham, of Dupage, who has always been a bitter opponent of what in* deems labor demagoguery. The debate on tin* matter was a lengthy and exulting one. Rice, of Douglass White of Stark, and Coeh-quenne of Richland, being among the most vigorous opponents of the amendment. It was adopted, however, by a vote of 114 to 22. As amended by Quinn, of Cook, before its adoption it provides that any violation of the eight-hour section by the directors or officers of the exposition shall he deemed a misdemeanor. punishable by a fine of not more than SI.OOO. At the afternoon session the house question recurred on the adoption of tie* committee report recommending that the amount of park bonds to he issued in addition to the bonds of live millions be limited to one instead of two millions. j tender treasury notes; all money to be j legal tender: the free coinage of silver: > railroads; telegraphs and telephones to j    ............ be operated in tho interest of the people; : the eight-hour law; to permit the farmer j Gladstone’s Attack on the Vatican to deduct his mortgage, from his assessment; a graded income tax; government loans to the people on real estate security:    tho    Australian    ballot    sys tem; the homestead exemption to tho value of st.oho on improved and personal property: the reduction of the salaries of all public officers to an economical basis; the election of the president and senators by a direct vote of the peo- j pie. The following ticket was nominated: J Governor, Eugene II. Holden; lieutenant j governor, Jno. M. McGregor; secretary of state, Win. E. Adams; state treasurer, Henry E. Blackman; state auditor, Win. Graham; attorney general, A. A. Ellis: superintendent of public instruction, < • A. Zither; justice of the supreme court. O’Brien I. Atkidson. ERROR OF THE TORIES. Policy of Salisbury. Touching on a Very Sore Spot—Papal Interference iii Irish Affairs Making a Common Cause for Farnell-ites and l ister Tories. that republic and of Salvador, the latter are reported to have obtained most complete and derisive victories over their enemies; that the batties were fought in and near Juliapa, that the Salvadorians were lighting against great, numerical odds, and that their victories are most surprising. EIGHTEEN BURLINGTONIANS. UNSATISFIED WORKMEN. j Laborers on New York Public Schools j Ordered Out. New Yolk, July HL—A general strike j I was ordered this morning of the men j j employed on all public schools now being j repaired.'About 1.200 men are out of work and there is serious doubt whether the public schools will be able to open on ! September Oth. The Tube Works Strike Ended. Pittsburg. July HI.—The strike at tho National Tube Works at McKeesport, Pennsylvania, was settled at a confer-enee this afternoon and the men will return to work to-night. The strike affected four thousand men. < loakinakers Victorious iii Philadelphia. I ’in I. A dei.I* a I A, July JI.—After being J out for fourteen weeks the strike of the | cioakmakers here ended in a victory for i the laboring men. A Sailers’ Strike to he Inaugurated. Chicago, July JI.—An afternoon paper says to-morrow morning will inaugurate ; a sailors’ strike, involving every specie I of sailing craft, on lite lake system. The j prospective strike is due to the demand J on the part of tie* Seamen’s union for an I increase in wages and that evejy man on j shit* hoard under rank of the captain shalt j he a member of the union. TS TERROR OF FIRE. London, JI.—-Gladstone has relieved the dullness which has recently overspread English politics by making a vigorous attack on the ministerial policy toward the vatican. The secert mission of General Simmons ti* Rome a few months ago was the lever used by the “grand old man” to stir things up. and he did so in pretty lively fashion. The object of the mission was, he said, to induce the pope to prop up the tottering and failing cause of the anti-Irish party. This attack hits the tory party to the sore spot. It prides itself particularly on being the champion of prostestantism and it- contingent of eighteen supporters from Ulster—who are a minority of the representation from that province—are among the strongest pope haters in the world. The support of the vatican could only he secured by concessions on the education question, which would drive these Ulster tories into revolt. The Parnellites have already shown that they bitterly resent papa! interference in Irish politics, so that Lord Salisbury, while trying to strengthen his party, has been really providing a common ground for Parneli-its and Ulster tories to stand upon and preparing the way for much dissatisfaction in Engling. Gladstone lias not made a shrewder move for many years than th:tt speech of yesterday. THE SALVADORIAN WAR. A DEADLY BOLT. Lightning Strikes Down H. S. at Nora Springs. Gage stomach nails, tvv i Over Baiialstouu. Ohio. I’aiiic-Stricken Numerous I ii cc ii ii Cir ism*. i I a I rn isTo w    July JI.—All residents have their good' packed ready to move out at the slightest intimation of fire. Citizens are suspicious of cadi.other and armed men are patroling th** streets to guard against incendiaries. Men. women and children ar** in mortal terror, <*\pect- CASUALTIES. Two More Bollies Recovered. llai.timork, July JI.—Two additional ; bodies of the victims of the steamer col-! lision were recovered to-day and identified j as those of Willie Haas and Maggie Eller. Laura Wooden w ho was on the illfated steamer, and who has been missing since, returned to-day all right. The police were at once informed and the work of dredging for her body was promptly stopped. All til** missing have now been accounted for. The number of deaths now known to have resulted from the accident is fourteen. Wrecked by a Natural Gas Explosion. ITtt-ih im, July JI.—A natural gas explosion at Latrobe. Pa., last night, wrecked Peters’ paper mill and seriously injured a workman. The loss is heavy. Ban Down a Schooner. New Vol; k . July JI.—The steamer < Unjam from Rotterdam today reported that she ran down a French fishing schooner off New Fouudland in a fog. Four of iii** schooner's crew were drowned. The .Johnstown Dead. Johnstown, Pa., July JI.—A local paper prints what purports to he a correct list of those lost in the great Hood. The number is given at 2.1 -7. st. Paul Ucprcseiitatives iii Washington Regarding the Census Recount. Washing din, J lily JI.—A delegation representing rim city of NL Paul had a conference with Hi** secretary of the interior to-ffax ii regard to th** proposed recount of the population of that city. The matter was informally discussed for a short time when lh** conference was adjourned until t.o-mnrrmv. Preparing for in,- , t.nhase ut Solver. Washington, July JI.—Secretary of the treasury Wlndom has taken the first step toward giving effect to the last silver act by the preparation of a circular announcing that on and after the thirteenth of Vugust, offers for th** sale of silv**r bu:iion to th** government will be received on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays of each week. Various conditions are specified. Ai* Appointment. r«'N. July JI.—(). IL Gill-inois, has been appointed a WAsHIN* more, of Illinois, has bt member of the board of pension appeals MUST KEEP OUT OF BEHRING SEA. t British Schooner Warned Not to Enter Go* \\ atees- Au American Vessel Seized. ^utopia. B t,. July JI.—News has 'en receive.] hereof the seizure of the Seattle scil. oner George R. White byth** I ruled States customs agent at Ouna-;Gka. The Whit**, like tin* Haiti** Dyer. neglected to keep a copy of her bond '■led that she would not take firearms '•de Alaska. The Victoria schooner Ariel iv reported to have been hoarded !'V the cutter Rush and warned to keep " J cf Behring Sea, a copy of a formal proclamation thereon being given to the captain. This incident, it is thought, ''catfallh'tv th** belief that tin* policy of *'“*** w:il be pursued this season bv the 1 nit* d States. THE BLYTHE WILL CASE. ' D.'cre*- in Favor of an Illegitimate tliild AV ho Bevel ves 84,000,000. San P uani is< <i. July JI.—The celebrated Blythe will contest, which has " ca in th** courts for over a year was s,,ttie today. Judge Coffey rendered a decision in favor of Florence, the illegitimate child of Thomas ll. Blythe, the de-'e3>ed millionaire, awarding lier the ,a‘k of the estate consisting of houses and land' in this city and other property " a total value of about four million dollars. Thought His Wife I ufaitlifui. Mechanic sp,pkg. Pa., July JI.—Jeremiah Miller, a wood-chopper living in a lonely cabin on North Mountain, eight miles southeast, of this place, shot and mortally wounded his wife yesterday and then killed himself. Miller accused his wife of infidelity. She has always borne a good character and it is said lier husband's accusations against her were absolutely ungrounded. Governor Fifer anti Staff Will Attend. Springfield. 111., July JI.—Governor Fifer has positively agreed to attend tlift grand triennial cantonment of the Patriarch Militant in Chicago on the 7th «*f August next. Ile will be accompanied by Colonel Reeves, his private, secretary, Adjutant General Vance, Lieutenant Governor Ray aud th** governor’s military staff. Corn Damaged by Bot Winds in Kansas. Kansas City. July JI.—Special di>-patches from various points in western Kansas state the hot winds of the past three days has materially reduced the already low condition of the crops iii that part of the state. The winds literally cooked the corn until many fields will not yield a single ear. This condition prevails along th** Missouri Pacific from Concordia to th** western boundary. The light of West Sider at once resumed and Shott moved that the whole section be stricken out. This precipitated a lengthy and at. times a very acrimonious debate, in t he course of which Crafts attacked Alderman Kerr. of Chicago, saying lie had come her** as a spectator who has haunted the recorders office in Chicago for months pa-t getting the names of holders of real estate of every place within a mile of Jackson park so he might get options upon it. Crafts insinuated further that. Kerr had been dictating to the speaker and that at his beck and call the gentleman are recognized on th** floor. Speaker Cochran responded sharply and Crafts withdrew his insinuation. Mr. Stokopf made a very effective speech in support of the bond -ection and rebuked Crafts for his assault upon j Kerr. M. 'srs. .lours, cf Sangamon. • Crossett, Doolittle, Brokoski, Iloppin j and others opposed tin* striking out of the section aud the motion to strk** out was finally defeated—*>2 to si. The section was then amended to make tin* amount of park bonds five hundred thousand dollars instead of two millions. tin* question of issuing them to he submitted to a vote of the people, and in this form was adopted. An amendment by Hunter was also adopted providing that the eight hour section should not apply to exhibitors at the world’s fair and by a unanimous vote iii** bill was ordered to a third reading, and th** house adjourned. in the senate to day. McMillan presented a petition signed I>v live thousand citizens of th** West Side of Chi* ago. protesting against the location of tie* world's fair at Jackson Park arid asking that the proceeds of the bonds be not expended over four miles from the center of population. Many reasons are set forth, tie* chief one being that selfish speculators desire the location at Jackson Park for tie* benefit of a small section. After considerable discussion ii was placi d on file. After notice wa** received from the house of it' refusal to recede from tin* amendment of the constitutional amendment resolution, another conference committee wa- appointed, and in a short time reported that th*' obnoxious words, “If at all,” had been stricken out. The report was then adopted and the senate adjourned. The resolution, as finally passed, provides for the submission to a vote in the 'tat** at the next election for members of the general assembly of th** proposition to amend the ninth article of til** constitution by adding a section authorizing Chicago to issue til** five million dollars bonds for th** purposes set fort ii. It is prov ided that any indebtedness so created shall be paid by the city of Chicago alone. A vigorous war will be waged in th** senate to-morrow on til*; eight hour clause of the hill, on th** ground that it is a special legislation and unconstitutional. THE MODERN WOODMEN MUDDLE. was t ing at. any moment to fly from their homes. The town has about six hundred inhabitants, and all the principal buildings have been burned by inceddiaries. One man was arrested last night on suspicion. In the last fire three families escaped with their lives, but lost all (heir clothing. SWEPT BY FIRE. The Business Portion of Walnut, III., Best royed. \\ aim t, IIL. July—The business portion of tiffs village was swept by fire early this morning, fifty-six buildings being destroyed and sixteen families ar** homeless. Aid was sent from Mendota, hut arrived too late to he of much st r-viee. The losses amount to '**'125,000 with an insurance of >10,OOO. The lire started in a building occupied as a poolroom and as all th** buildings on that street were frame and a high gale was blowing the fir** was soon beyond control. Thirty.Fight Houses Burned. Braddock, Pa.. July JI.—Fir** in th* Hungarian district this afternoon destroyed thirty-eight houses, burning oui four hundred and fifty people. They saved most of their effects. The loss on houses will aggregate about SB).(xxi. General Rivas Turns Traitor ami Morin* the Capitol. La I.i bk iii'a I*, July JI.—If i> reported that General Rivas, who wa.' recently recalled from Honduras by th** .Salvador government to raise troop' around Co-ju icq in** | ne and join th** main army operating against Guatemala, turned traitor. When he was supposed to be on his way i j|1(. p.. to the frontier h<* turned hack with a fore** of two thousand Indians toward the capitol and stormed the barracks. The fighting has been going on for two days, but no details ar** received as communication is interrupted. Rivas started a revolution against tin* M* nendez government some months ago, but \v;e defeated. ll** then fled to Honduras. CHANCE FOR ANOTHER ROW. A Portuguese Nm:: I Oitieei >ai*l to lime Seized ;» British Vessel in Africa. Mo/.AMBiqri . July ii. — It i> a:i-j Bounced here that a Portuguese naval i lieutenant, named Continhs has seized the British African Lake company's t steamer, the James Stevenson, at Chi-1 rom** and Ini' sent th** crew to Quilimane for trial. _ GENERAL FOREIGN NEWS. Tin* Northwestern Wheat Crop. Minneapolis, July JI.—The best authorities estimate the wheat crop of the present season in th** Dakotas and Minnesota at one hundred million bushels. The hot weather has not done serious damage, taking the country as a whole, and harvest is now in progress. The value of this crop to the northwest is estimated at 860,000,000 at th** lowest. Lumber Rates Arranged. Unit aho. July JI.—The Western Freight association arranged the lumber rat**'between Chicago and the Missouri river to-day on the basis of fifteen cents for white pine and twenty-two cents lor yellow pine. The other rates will be taken up to-morrow. R. R. More Trouble With the Executive Officers—An Injunction. Clin ako, July JI.—The Modern Woodmen of America, a mutual life insurance body with a membership of about forty thousand, chiefly in this state, Iowa, Nebraska, Wisconsin, Kansas and Colorado, is having mort* trouble wjth its executive officers, against whom suit is now pending, to oust them from Ollie** for alleged fraud. Som<* days ago a bill was filed in the circuit court alleging th** officers were seeking to evade the .jurisdiction of the courts in this state, ami that they had called a meeting to he held in Des Moines, Iowa, August 12, next, at which it was proposed to surrender the Illinois charter of the body and establish its headquarters in Iowa, and that flu* accused officers proposed to remove th** books and papers of the corporal ion from this state. <hi this showing Judge Tut-hlll yesterday issued an injunction, which was suppressed for service until to-day, forbidding the holding of th** proposed meeting in Des Moines and restraining th** officers from removing the books and papers, or copies of them, from the state as proposed: also forbidding the suspension of any members prior to the regular meeting to be held in Spring field. November lith next. Two Fuat Stock Runs. [Special to The Hawk-Eye.) Tina, Mo., July JI.—A train of stock j left here at s a. in. yesterday and arrived | at Burlington at ti p. in., a distance of j 205 miles in ten hours, including delays. ; Tina is a great stock country and kits of | stock is run out of here to Chicago, and our stock shippers seem to prefer the Chicago. Burlington and Kansas City road, Tin* ‘‘Kansas City” is “our road and we ar** glad to see tiffs preference. Linnki '. Mo., July JI.—Yesterday Flournoy A Co. shipped seven ears of stock to Chicago via the (’., B. A K. C. aud Burlington. This stock left her** at >:20 a. rn., and after picking up a full train of stock at l’ulaski, arrived at Burlington about 5:25 p. nu. a distance of 175 miles in nine hours, including a *!»*-lay in picking up five cars at Pulaski. 'I’lie “K. C.” is all right. Matter* at Moulton. [Correspondence of The Hawk-Eye.I Mot Eton, la., July JI.—The hay harvesting is about over...A good rain is badly needed in this locality... Dr. Smith is having the old building next to Johnson’s grocery. formerly occupied by Buck-master, repaired aud improved... W. I. Berry is building an addition to Iii' residence...Mrs. I). M. Adams is still very ill, but improving.. .The child of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Davis died Wednesday morning. . AV. R. Beek and wife, of Eldon, Iowa, were in the city Sunday .. Ed. Morrison has returned bome...C. I’. Howell, of Centerville, ‘was on our streets Monday. We understand In* is to be a candidate for prosecuting attorney... Miss Lou Horniday is visiting in Bloomfield...A. I). Croft was in Centerville Friday... Miss Flora Sellers is visiting relatives in Kansas City...J. M: Diffen-hacher has returned from Texas...A. C'linkenheard is in Aurora. Ills...Mrs. J. G. West is visiting in Willetts, Iowa... Joe. Raeside, of Vaukegan, Ills., is in town.. .Jim. Rodgers was in Centerville last week...J. B. Stavard, of Linnius, Mo., was in town Wednesday.. X\ M. Jennings was in Centerville Friday Iitdicatinns <•* IV.ice. New Yoke, July .!.— A dispatch fn*r«* from Buenos Ayres to-day says:    “Tel egraphic communication with Buenos; Ayres via Galveston is reopened." The officials of the Mexican Telegraph company iii this city '.O’ the fact that this message came over th** Transalpine line I is an indication that peace, reign' j throughout th** Argentine Republic. Damage ny Bombardment. Bt en**' Axises, July JI.—During th** I insurrection here the ironclad float, j which had joined th** revolutionary movement, bombarded the city for two days. Serious damage was done to many J buildings, especially those in tin- vicinity J of the Plaza Victoria. One thousand person' wen* killed and eve thousand wounded. All Quiet at Bueno-, Ayres. London, July JI.—The parliam*........ , secretary announced in the commons today that. th*- government received a di>-pateh from Buenos Ayr* ' stating that everything was settling down and aflat' were resuming their normal aspect. Street traffic in th** city has repinned. Were Counted at Cottage City the Other Day—Personal Points. Cotta*.e City, July 2b.—Ed. Hawkeye: Th** day was windy when Edwin, he, when down for a bath iii iii** briny sea.    With a    tipsy old wave he    Tomtit a small    battle,    and    then oh my.    how his teeth all dill rattle. He pulled himself oui right away pretty quirk, saying give me a hath with the boys in Flint errek. That s about th** way it first struck Edwin Carpenter, who arrived here, with his    mother    arid    Mi" Ruth.    Thursday    noon.    But    he took a    second round in the afternoon and liked it better. tiil Mr. Simpson gave him a duckin’, for which offense he refused consolation until Mr. Sherfey had ducked th** ducker. Mrs. Carpenter, though she has com** to Rom**, so far refuses to conform to the usages of Roman bathing society. On lh** contrary, 'h** stood or. th** beach and poked fun at what she called th** Iowa ballet trout •. Nevermind. When site does get in th** water it will he her time ami our opportunity. Mrs. Baldwin. Marlin aud Willie visited ii' two days, and we then counted eighteen Burlingtoniaus on Hie veranda j of No. J J, Ocean avenue, enjoying th** evening concert by the Fitchburg band. : Our cottage fronts on#)* eau I’,irk anti I th** ocean is only about on** hundred and j fifty feet from tie* band stand, and a-* there is a concert every evening, we are * hazing pleasant evenings. Assuming that the temperature at Burlington has sufficiently codified to enable you to bear s<>uh* * old fact'. I war f I to say that I hope I shall never be -o j foolish again as to come dow n her*- .vith-i out my winter flannels. 'N’** have dept j every night under a -beet, a pair of ; woollen blankets and a spread, and most | of the time we required an additional J cover. Ye terday we had a good shower, ! to-day ii is warmer, and now we look for s«im<* warmer weather, wiii* h will make g a little more enjoyable. ••So soon we an* dom* or. I wonder what we re begun for.” Already our Iitti** h< rn* comfort colony is (Ii'sotv ing. Mr. and Mrs. Me r fey aud Miss Ruth D*fi Us tiff' morning. Anil let. nu* whisper in your ear: After a twelve (lays stay L**ithey carry away sixteen pounds more Sherf**y than they brought ami the "surplus' was equitably distributed among them. Do you want any better proof of th** pudding? They went to th** I -I** of Shoals, impelled by a burning desire to '***• a new Kendall grandchild, and we mourn not without hope that they may return for another sixteen pound'. I want also to whisper i: in your * ar that Miss Edith Bechtel and M " Ruth Sherfey have already become quite expert in taming tin* fiery bicycle, and mile." Mr. Parsons ami th** other Burlington boys work a little before breakfast, they must expect, to take Hi** dust from the wheels of these young ladies as tin y disappear down the avenue. Your correspondent has bet a seriously considering tackling on** of th*.* beasts. but. so far, In* hasn't found a 'greet that seemed to him wide enough. A drunkard i' modest in his demands for ‘gaugeway,’ compared with a beginner on a bicycle. Asrtirttant Font master Clark son to Resume Editorial Management of tile De-; Moines Bewinter—Other News Matters From Iowa. Nora Spuing**. July JI.—ii. s. Gage. a married man about thirty-five years of age, son of Horace flag**, was instantly killed here yesterday by a stroke of lightning. Matt Reinhart, who was working by his side, received a severe 'hock amt now Ii**' helpless, tint will probably recover. A peculiarity of the stroke was that it passed straight through the branches of a tree which stood within the feet of where th** men were working without striking the trunk. Th** [intIi of the holt is distinctly marked by scorched leaves. tr* tra waste ted fo ‘•ntaiu nineteen urn*- solder and tin. This is a st. I have Jl state. ; morning later oi cleared i en* Waging War on Tramp**, y JI.—Th*- city author-tgurated war against them under the provi-anti-tramp law- of the ■re captured Tuesday sentenced to ten days' reet' Th!' move has of tramp' for lh* pres- K*** or*!-Maker. a1 to The Hawk-Byi year dani Ii. pa*** t •* n; M: L. U'ilk* F. I) here The two-N ut wood. ow nod by I Mibuque. to*dav in that Foal Mining Mi r > Th-- Hawk-Fly* lie will in -i\t\ Time. LAID TO REST. Tin- Funeral of the Late Key. I»f»«-rt Laird Collier. [sp**eial t.» The Hawk-Eye.; Davkxi’ort.la.. July JI. —The funeral of Rev. Robert Laid Collier, tie famous t nitaian divine, lecturer and author, was held ar t iii - place at an early ie this morning. Th** remains ' atm* ii rn* the six o'clock train from iii'home in Salisbury, Maryland, and were met a* th** train by a small company of friends of early days. w hen th** depart' d was a young and rising minister in th** methodist church of Uffrt city. Th** pail tearer-were Hon. John *'. Bills. J. E. Stevenson, (5>i. Henry Egbert. A. J. Il:rsch and \V. I . Fidlar. The remains were taken directly to the hear-**, arid wen followed by a short lim* of * arriage' to Oak Dab* cemetery. There they were deposited in a grave which had teen dug between that, of Mr*. Collier, wh.'» death occurred in !s72. ami tha ■ of their -on who was -ho ami killed at Emporia. Kansas. • hr* * year- ago. The elerghman .win. p* -formed th** Du rial rites was Rev. Br > Laird Collier, th** son of th** deceased. : prsminent Unitaian clergyman, station' *i at Haverhill. Ha". He was almost over com** with “motion at thus being ca lieu mum to officiate at this ceremony at . spot    fraught with -ad association-, and the service wa- exceedingly t* ing. The attendance of friend' wa small on account ol the early hour ar. because no general announcement of th funeral had teen mad**. AN IOWA LEPER. Dr Mini pure mad J ).—The Crescent at tiffs place •trie coal mining active operation at Ii ave been in sin-- ie* e.-1't. but this is up in iowa. Xii I ndcrtaker Taken in. TK. iker JO this swi re hone pre pro . V. Hurl ity. was taken forged cheek, have a dead *.* *d a K for *20; In I ai or <> st IL Bit i *. an n bv The child at for 810, received ■ck wa' prom pix Editor Bowman. '. July 31.—Th** dt-ruo-af tern ooh ii** 'tat**, judicial •ntions. 'FL** con-fur Thomas Bow-e <iIntp< and ex-' zestert nnv \ I I in IIC tat fir h- District Or it • da branch * her**. There iters, aii rep 'a unlay * v*-nir Ten* »•-. Burned. The Hawk-Eye. .—A fir** at We th** Burlington amzer if Hewer** resen- The /.at ion Ila I ri I sa xx one Hi** OI ii* f ll mn iii! g w iiose efforts xx* r** mort* fra in t hose of Mrs. --in Irving to sw It took the united efforts of two ill 'I rue tor ' to keep him from sweeping the sir ‘el with his yellow “blazer.” ant it I OO lie I as if ho were doing his utmost to br ■ak away from them and “r til V joie Tit I y down a steep Ila* ** i ti t*• t he s< *a.” Tin- general heal’ h * 'f t he colony is equal to fish Hire* t me a day. dam chowder <*\tr: . for ll *• truth- fill lames**'. Tel )r. I ffttle he may- a~ XX-eli cav* ll cases al home. I mary ! h‘‘r° who and Ii** looks a collection t< clam chowder * now only Irving to one physician * anv business. thin I think of taking up . Bistort of tile s,,-Failed Case iii shelly* County. Defiance, July JI.—The so-called : case of leprosy in Shelby county repartee w some days ago, is John Goliobit'< h. :r> emerant from south Austria many year- < ago. He has lived in Iowa a number of a* years, working on a railway section m ar lr Dubuque long enough to get a paid up life policy for >1,000 in the New Yore. Life Insurance company. Moving to tie western part of th** 'tate in advance of i •* the building of th** Chicago, St. Pa ,! aud -; 1 Milwaukee railroad, he bought a farm of t forty acres where his large family Im-reached maturity. The old man has J el 1 a great *i**al of trouble financialy and for t several months a singular, * am ••roe' ap- j pouring excressenc** has been grow ing on his left brow. It has teen treated with a iodin** and various other remedies for fj some time, some physician' advising birn j, to have a surgical operation perform* *] j upon it. and others advising not to haw anything of th** kind, but to -ive out-, ward treatment. Recently, some phy- , sicians have concluded that it is a chs of leprosy and -o published it. and » or sequently the old man has been quant tined. Other physicians pronoun*-*- j decided terms that it is not leprosy, an the old man prizing hi- lib* rte '. i- abut to commence >uit against the aerusin physicians and thereby maintain 'n rights in patriotic iowa form. I hreilirr Barile*!. The Hawk-Eye.] July JO.—J. oar- at .t tarn) abo •burg. Cedar sOUlh-r resi-/ ranee each. t five 'Team ss of • and Ne I i*l Feler-. iv JI.—Colonel ita. wa- to-day by til** republi-triot to succeed i'k it renomina- 5AW EYE GLANCES. hi' A Keokuk man wife w hen she iv**r away from ■ to tile police. a-' him > on; a bl s tru »h. DEMAND INDEMNITY. Do I acme Mail Steamship Company IM ant 8500,000 From Guatemala. -Nkw York, July JI.—A morning Paper states the Pacific Mail Steamship ’ ^ipany. after counsulting with certain °tni*ta!s high in authority, have made a 1'‘mate upon the republic of Guatemala or >.)00(<t*M) indemnity for the illegal ^'izure of a portion of the cargo of the > earner Colima which was detained at it* P°rt of San Jose De Guatemala, July •Un rho seizure included several hun-' fed stands of rifles, shipped from San raiHTseu and consigned to the Republic Salvador. A formal demand was sent Excursion Tickets via C., B. & Q to Boston, Massachusetts, on account of the national encampment of the Grand Army of the Republic, on sal** August ti to IO, good for return leaving Boston August 12 to 20, inclusive, with privilege of final limit to September JO. One fare for the round trip^ _______ A Reunion of Chatsworth Survivors. Monticello, UL, July JI. A call has been issued for a reunion of the survivors of the terrible Chatsworth wreck, which occurred August IO, 1887. The meeting will he held on the •anniversary of the disaster. ______ Syrup of Figs, Produced from the laxative and nutritious juice of California figs, combined with the medicinal virtues of plants known to be the most benefice to the human system, acts gently, on the kidneys, liver and bowels, effectually cleansing the system, dispelling colds and headaches, and curing habitual constipation.  ___ —Use Cream Java Coffee. North Dakota Republicans. Gland Forks, N. I)., July JI.—In Hie republican state convention tiffs morning John P. Bray, of Grand Forks, was nominated for auditor, J*. E. Booker, of Pembina, for treasurer, John Flitlie secretary of state, and C. A. M. Spencer attorney general. Michigan Laborers aud Farmers. Lansing, July JI.—There were more than 280 union labor, greenback and Farmer Alliance delegates present when the convention was called to order this morning. Dr. I). R. Deming, of Tuscola.. was made chairman and a list of standing committees selected. The convention adjourned until tiffs afternoon to give the committee on platform time to prepare a declaration of principles for the new industrial party. In th** afternoon a platform was adopted denouncing the republican and democratic parties for criminal abuse of p over since the close of the civil war: demanding the abolition of nationaJ bank notes and Hie substitution of legaj It., C. R. & N. Ry. Co.'s Excursion'. State Encampment Knights Templar—Spirit Lake, Iowa, August Is to 22. Tickets on sal** August 17 to 20. Good to return August 25 at one fare for th** round trip. Minneapolis Exposition and Minnesota State Fair—Minneapolis, Minnesota, August 27 to October I. Tickets on sale August 27 and Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays of each week. Also week of state fair. All good to return Monday follow ing date of sale. One fare for tin* round trip. Sioux City Corn Palace—Sioux City, Iowa, September 25 to October ll. Tickets on sale September 24 to October lo. Good to return October 15. One fare for the round trip. I. o. O. F. and Patriarchs Militant Encampment—Chicago, Illinois, August J to IO. Tickets on sale August 2 to 6. ; Good to return August 7 to ll. One fare j for the round trip with Si added for ad-) mission. National Encampment G. A. R.— Boston. Massachusetts, August IO to IO. Tickets on sale August 6 to IO. Good to return to destination not later than August 15, unless extended by the joint agents of terminal lines at Boston, Massachusetts. One lowest first-class fare for the round trip. Iowa National Guards—First Regiment, Cedar Rapids, August 2 to Fourth Regiment, Cedar Rapids, August 9 to I*;; Sixth Regiment, Spirit Lake, August 16 to 23. Tickets on sale days before and days of encampment. Good to return day following the close of encampments. One fare for the round trip. Tickets on sale to all summer and tourists’ points at 103 Jefferson street. Call and see us. Disorder' in Agricultural Di'trict>. Buenos Ax uhs. July JI.—Disorder-continue in the agricultural districts. Th** Great Southern Sosario railway was torn up in places. Traffic is suspended. The exchange is falling. The gold premium is 250. The Copper King Fart**'. Bom ion. July JI. —In tin* actions brought here, arising from the transactions of th*' copper ring. Justice Day has Held that the guarani**** of tin* Comptoir D’Kseomptc could not t><* enforced and Iris given judgment in faxor of the Soeiete D*1' M> t tux in lh** actions brought for breach of contract, amounting to £200.0oo. Arrhtlu* h«*H' Maria Yalvria Married. Yii nna. July :;i.—The marriage of Archduchess Maria Valeria, second daughter and youngest child of the emperor and empress, and Archduke Francis Salvator took place to-day. All the members of th** imperial family were present. Conceded th** Miners’ Demand'. Berlin. July JI. It is officially announced that the Prus'ian minister of commerce has conceded most of the demands of th** miners’ delegates recently submitted to Hie government, including the eight hour shift, th** reinstatement of all strikers who were dismissed, arbitration iii courts, to which mining officials shall b** amenable and abolition of farming jobs. Fight Men liilled in an Explosion. Berlin. July JI.— Anexplc'ion occurred in the Unsor Fritz mine at Deist ukirchcu to-day in which right men were killed and several injured. Th*' drou men* an i t hest* days. i h** on** last th** south Lumber * « I ires. sing th* rh * depart- j I amount ut trouble ne uio't serious case was | night about midnight when j bluff near th** Burlington ."s cards was discovered all ablaze and threatening damage to valuable property. It wa- found necessary to throw great quantities of water before tlm fire which had gained considerable headway amongst tin* grass arid brush ct li d lit* extinguished. Another unnecessary call out to the northern suburbs yesterday * am** near causing tim death of the horses obliged to draw tim heavy ladder trucks nj* th** heal of noonday. People, -idering. turn in an alarm gnal boxes when, as in th** se grass tires. a telephone lug tfu* nature of iim case much th** tetter wax. parti hill' in th* w ithout coi from the case of ii message -t; would he The d llO'l* I fires an der-tru great * horses. well < * x * * r t he Us**l**: I ab* it* lie ut will alway: take charge but iii such * ase sinless anil neee semi a >f grass . sitar.*s a I rut i 11 up-n th** 'trength of tim People sending in alarms might s«* a little judgment and thus expenditure of strength and avoided. Store-keepers and The Daily Gold Shipment. New York, July 31.—Four million three hundred thousand dollars in gold have been ordered for shipment to Europe to-day. A French Military Pupil Arrested Paris. July JI. Th** St'rle states t Ii a t a military pupil while visiting relatives iii Alsace-Lorain**, was arrest.***!, handcuffed, marched to Iii** th pot and puton a train and his host mulcted in th** sum of fifty marks for failing to notify the authorities of the presence of a Frenchman in tin* district. A Rice Famine iii .Lipan. San Francisco. July JI.—Advic-s from Japan by steamer to-day report disorder' at various parts of the empire over th** high price of riel* and the famine consequent thereupon. On the Sado Islands there lias been very serious rioting and troops have been sent to the seen**. Cholera eases are increasing and many deaths ar** reported. ••Ti* tin* Martyr** of Labor.** Paris, July JI.—At til** funeral of tit** victims of th** St. Etienne mine disaster to-day some of the coffins were inscribed, “To the martyrs of labor ” and “To the victims of th** capitalist exploitation.” A number of social)-t' spoke. The chamber of deputies has voted two hundred thousand francs for tin* families of th** victims. The Cholera Epidemic. Mecca. July JI.—The cholera epidemic here is showing no sign of abatement. Th** deaths from tile disease average eight daily. Emin Hart Severe Fighting. Zanzibar, July JI.—Emin has had severe fighting at Masai and Ugogo. He defeated the negroes with great slaughter.    __ A Cardinal Dead. Rome, July JI.—Cardinal Luigi Pal-lotti is dead. _ Surprising Victories. Mexico, July JI.—In the last six batties in Guatemala between th** armies of others having ka ys to th** alarm box**' should inquire the nature of the tic and should notify the department by telephone wlten tin* case will admit of it instead of sending in a general alarm and turning out the whole department t,, quench a little grass tiro. Early last night the northern part of the city was brightly illuminated and iii** north wind blow a thick smoke down into town. Th** pileof ref. s,>. straw wedding, et**., taken from B.. U. R. A N. cattle ears and dumped on the river front above the freight house became ignited and burned quit** fiercely for some tun**. .No alarm was sent in and n*> damage resulted. SMALL BUT CLEVER SWINDLE. Something Nev* iii the Dexicert I »»-il to Secure Money on Bogus 4 berk'. Dubuque. Iowa. July JI.—On** of th** . r* '• bogus ■ heck swindles ever ; worked in Dubuque wa- played her* Monday night. A stranger, clad in th** I attire of a laboring man. went into Wilson's grocery at a late hour. ordered a i bill of groceries amounting to s*5.2*>. and directed them sent to a certain number. He presented in payment a cheek for >]s drawn on th** Standard Limiter * •> u-pany. stating he had been at work for that firm, and, having quit that night, was given this cheek and that he n••<•*!*•*i th** groceries for his family at once. Tie grocer gave him '12.'0 in cash and til*- , stranger departed. A few minutes later ; the check was found to h** a clever forgery. No clue could bo found to Hest ranger. CLARKSON WILL RESIGN. The A"i'taet Font master General to It*-'lime Editorial Work. In ' Moines. July JI.—Colon*- J. S. Clarkson is to return to Des Moines and resume the managing editorship >f ho lityisbr. Before leaving for Washington In* assured an intimate friend that thirty days more would find his official relations with til** administration ended and that thereafter he would bf* in Des Moines occupying hi' old [K>sition. Professor W. A. Jones, th** present managing editor of tin* Ii, i. has resigned and last night turned in th** last copy from his editorial di sk. It is understood that he will - .on Mi ti ye : Dave! affing the M’ . —The Ne ixia; WI Iwai 'i ORI I s.— iport. bc-detective Pleasant • •in plain* s have be < dickens, when th.* them. Mystic, morning instantly ' aff St. rated and B av*- a per.- no. At Villisca wen* arr* 'ted and h for gambling, under 'ixtcen and a1 gamblers, one '**<i from a jail sen- A Pi A path ut lependenci th* ten-p alf of f the ice, Iowa dyspepsia au h w«-re •nny nail. a vvhisk- 'ix inches A B* Ca El. cr Kl*. for hi: It wa; a xvii -Th** four-v**ar-of Grundy Cen-•rphine pills loft and 'xvaloe fred for tticulty was little fellow ath -John eft if ti Mi An- I i From Dallas .Uortvs; linden**** **) Dallas Cl I \. J lily bum! convention Ini' C ity. 111. The Hawk-Kye. JI.—Our congress-•ome and gone and eave for Seattle. Washington, wher** he will broom** associated with Leigh Hunt in some of th** latter-' various enterprises. MAY ROW AT KEOKUK. Tho Clat** City Among th** Four'**"* Varnell Tor tho Fouling Gaudaiir-If anion Ka**-. Minneapolis. July JI.-—Bunion, instead of accepting Gaudaur's challenge I to a three-mile scull race for 81,000 to >50.000. issued almost th** same challenge j to Lauffaur. which tin* latter accepted I for '2,500 a side. naming several courses, j among them Keokuk, Iowa. to tin ll. Smith, of kicked in the face by a a au'h tim * inehes to th* r the left eye. Th** bridge - been broken twice befort i t* sam** place. It is sup horse thought, each time. Ten lit John Smith. ER QI I - I ION'.—The Rock I has issued a circular ii. stat <1 that within a few. j doves xviii ]>*■ fumishec hich they will b«* ordeiet r' to questions eon' ernint “‘ciai jMisition. character i or sing!**, ami many other q ues’ions. Al men who>* reputa ti*»n is lot good will b* tiisi'harg* d. The F\sii 'T Mu k Tra* k. — The In depend -nee flrivin: r I‘ark A' -ociatioi claims to have the “ fastest mile track oi earth." and offer*' >; ',500 in pi T'eS fo1 tin* ta ces from A igust 25 to 20, I SOO a few post masters and censes onumera-tors have made their nominations and xx** republicans xvi!! haul off our coats, roll I up our sleeves and wad** in. Something has got to !>** done. Our senatorial convention for tin* 2 (th district, is called % meet at Lomax on the I itll prov.. for the purpose of nomi nating two candidate' for tho lower < an off left or house of our legislature.- Tiffs j year and some one has got to be elected. As a rule machine politic' is the order of th** day Hies** times—tin* will and views of th** masses are not consulted. But some must get there Eli or no Eli. Fall wheat has nit stiy been thrashed in these parts and it is a good yield, notwithstanding the how! of the chronic grumbler about crops and all that. It is so very dry h*n* that people ha\** to drive their stock to to 50 miles and swim two large creeks at that, and don't get enough to do them then. Is Consumption Incurable. Read th** following: Mr. C. ll. Morris. Newark. Arkansas, -ays; “Was down with abcess of th** lungs, and friends and physicians pronounced rn** an incurable consumptive. Began taking Dr. King’s New Discovery for Consumption ant now-on my third bottle, and abb* to oversee th** work on my farm, it is the finest medicine ever made." Jesse Middleware Decatur. Ohio. 'ax-*. ‘‘Had it not teen for Dr. King’- N**w Discovery for Consumption I would have died of lung troubles. Was given up by doctors. Am now in best of health.” Try it. Sample bottles free at Henry's drug sture.  » A Flianjie in Rock IslWiid Official'. Special lo Th** Hawk-Eyc.j Dr.' Moines. July J*I.—A change hi til** officials of th** Bock Island road took 1 pin* ** her** to-day. <>. N. Williams, xx ii** lia' for tin* past fifteen years been train- j master of the Des Moines Valley division, j resigned to take effect August I. lie j will go to Pittsburg a' assistant general I superintendent of th** Pennsylvania rail- j ma*], ll. Fox, assistant trainmaster of tin* Valley division, relieves him. Found a Floater. Ki.oKi k, la., July ;;t.—Tin* “Lu* ia" | picked up a floater in th** river near ^ Nauvoo this morning. The floater was the body of a man about thirty years of ag**, dressed in a pair of blue jeans and a hickory shirt. II• • won* no coat and appeared to I*** a laboring man. It is thought that in* was on** of Hi** men employed at Fort Madison in making river repairs, and that in* fell into tin* river and wits drowned. Killed by the Far**. West Liberty. la.. July JI.—As the west-bound passenger train pulled out at 1:45 yesterday morning, Charles Ii. Bitter, who had stepped from tin* train, attempted to hoard it, again, but missed his footing, fell under th** w heels, and was instantly killed. IL* resided iii Rock Island. Illinois, to which point’the remains were taken by a friend. Dieted oil Nail'. LeMars. July JI.—A butcher of tins city mad** a purchase the tither day which proved a surprise to him. IL* bought a fine, fat young cow of a hardware man and when he killed her her I ’a in whirl dairy e creamer harff-xv* xvii! not An I' Mein* sumo benet on** n .stopol; t went bt in I bv wh en. Ther *' seems to be more broke and hearts than eight-story build ■inee rh** return of the -good ol Ti:*- cia"'-' eiosed with 55o entries, ii which **vcry state and territory in th •in; /!. i' *• pf '.-ut Axtell. Mmol Brow t. ii.: ami other celebrated horse: ar** expected to give exhibition <»f thei speed during this meeting. VV ani' I xi a I VI id Buriti:.—A let D r was re -iv* I at the office of th** stat* dairy commissioner th** other day fror. A. L. Mohr, of Bahrentieid. Germany, ii which h ;i'^' information coneerninj th** dairy iii uistryof th*- stat**. Ile com plains tin butter that hasbeen shippc. to 'mm bv dairymen of other state I is teen ta: : ell ffmi th** soft wood tub a packed, and he asks th ^'loners to recommend who packs ids butter i dis or other receptacles Hut t t in: butter. 'IIM. St MMARX.—Th** De till coiuains this interests I ............j . Sundays original packag ' loom ut* grandly—one murdei in mutilated; a .'r***--f.*r-ail fight i seven arrests for intoxiea seizures of beer and liquor? ivernor A Square and a run# ich one man had his art Se v lion a ti xv ax bro head ings days.” A S i ham e Vi'iroR. Some kind of » nocturnal * i'itor is exciting tho curiosit of some of th** residents along the com i y line street mar Ackley. Some dec I ar t it to he a ghost, hut thus of a more pra< ties! torn of mind scoff at the ides MT have hee n unable bi determine what it I? It appears to be dressed in white an wanders up and down the street or dart here ami then* aer* " lots. but allows n ..!,*• r > get very near it. it is very likel some boy seeking to play a joke on th poop’*-: ff so. he is liable to get hurt. J ;

  • A. A. Ellis
  • Buenos Ayres
  • Charles Ii
  • Colonel Reeves
  • E. Booker
  • Eugene Ii
  • Frank Davis
  • J. E. Stevenson
  • J. G. West
  • James Stevenson
  • Jeremiah Miller
  • John Flitlie
  • Laird Collier
  • Leigh Hunt
  • Lord Salisbury
  • Lou Horniday
  • Paul Ucprcseiitatives
  • R. Beek
  • Robert Laid Collier
  • Willie Haas

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Publication: Burlington Hawk Eye

Location: Burlington, Iowa

Issue Date: August 1, 1890