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   Burlington Hawk-Eye (Newspaper) - August 2, 1890, Burlington, Iowa                                r v PERfWEEH veral Amendments Create Warm the flakes Ji for the Public jjebt Washington the senate s morning roll call showed there were BJrtyseven scnatorsin The inrnal of yesterday having been read nnnds moved to amend and correct journal by making it state the names Slrtytwo senators who were present erday morning when tHe roll was There general opposi Sjontothis motion whichwas Blair offered a resolution instruct the committee on rules to report rfthln four days a rule for the incorpor of the previous Question or some OMJ of limiting and closing debate in Siamentary procedure of the senate A asked for immediate Objection being made on the dcm side it wcntover until cehonse joint resolution to permit Japtafn George of the United s to accept a position in the 0ua Canal Construction company grossed and the senate then prs ed to the consideration of the tariff j Iesuining it under the head of lead Articles of litharge and nitrate were allowed to pass without but to the third mineral 3Js cents per Sfoncc offered an amendment reducing Iioratcto 2H Finally the dis idsdon of the amendment caine to an andoutho usual party vote if was rejectedAn amendment offered by Vance to reduce the duty on red lead jn three cents to two cents per pound iet the same The next iking white lead tlirce cents per pound s amended by adding the words and paint containing Para ripM9 was amended by making it read jaustlc or hydrate of potash reliued in to or one cent per iu Jarbonate and sulphate bf potash and ingcs were placed on the free duty on sulphate of soda was i from onetenth of a cent per iirad to twenty per cent ad illy schedule 15 was which ifers to and glass McPhcrsoif s motion to reduce the ity on fire brick failed to Ilimib voted with the democrats Jie first break in the solid party Inml having thus started in his asscr of independence of party allegiance far as the tariff bill is concerned be to toko McPhersons place in ofler His first two amend its were to reduce the rates of duty ciamclled tiles and hydraulic ter discussion they were voted down the republican majority the of voting for the hydraulic cement amendment dock joined Plumb in voting with 10 McPhcrson moved to iBduce the duty on common brown irtlienwaro from 25 to 20 per cent ad nays adlock voted with the Jlnmb did not glhe next question was on paragraph relating to porcelain and jockery the finance committee recommending a reduction of rates in the ibnsc hill from iG to 55 per cent on ledorated articles and from 55 to 50 per sent on plain whiteand underrated too members of the finance Sherman and expressed their imposition to the senate Allison supported Vest moved to make the rate 45 md 40 per cent Tlicn Plumb took a prominent part in ihc discussion against the exhorbitant lemands of high The Sincrlcaii people were entitled to jive cheap goods if competition could ring that he was ic time coming when the people of the foiled States would get some benefit the establishment of home indus Just as fast as the point was ar lycd at when the lower prices might be the manufacturers came to and said they wanted more whereby that downward progress prices might DO He had no lea what he might say was going to Tect the voteof the He conld ive aud he could not see that the of protection were so organized bat the bill was to go through substan illy as it came from the finance He believed in distribut ig the duties necessary for the pur of raising the revenue for support of the government in a way as to equalize the conditions listing between the manufacturers of country and tliosc If he e in he would resolve the ibt in favor of the American mauuf ac lint if he knew the exact con he would put home aud foreign attempt to secure a quorum and without disnos ing of the bill the house took a At the evening session of thehouse uninteresting personalities occupied most of the After the passage of two bills the houseadjourned REDUCED GRADf Tlio Interstate Commerce Commission Issues an Orderto TakeEuect Septem ber interstate commerce commission has issuedand will send out toinorrow an order to take effect September for a reduction of rates on food products based on the re port sent to the senate June The order is accompanied by report also the oponion of the commissioner over ruling the protests and motions of the roads to dismiss the matter for want of This opinion reviews the powers and duties of the commission in the matter of beginning and conducting and the commission holds its proceedings were legally suffi cient and that the reductions were necessary to make the rates The reductions made apply only to wheat and flour carried from Kansas and Nebraska to Chi Louis and the Mississippi The reduced rales from the Missouri river to Chicago on corn and oats are 17 cents wheat and 20 From Kansas and Nebraska the corn rates arc IS to 23 and wheat 21 to 27 The reductions extend two hundred miles in Nebraska and two hun dred and fifty miles in from the Missouri Where rates are fractional the roads may charge even which considerably modifies the No reduction is required whichwill leave the roads less than six and onehalf mills ton per mile for hauls not longer than five hundred miles nor less than six mills for any As to the rates east of the Mississippi the commission says The rates from Louis and the Mississippi river now charged on wheatand flour to the eastern seaboard are not found bo The charges on the other principal food products between the Mississippi river and the seaboard are involved in the pending complaints no order as to these rates and charges will be now GENERAL WASHINGTON A Xavorablo lEcport Ordered on Kryes Fostal house committee on postofliccs and authorized Chairman Bingham to report favorably without amendments the Fryc postal The vote on ordering the re port was a party Will Revoke Xjcaves of the call of the house today 15S members failed to Connon has given notice that at the earliest opportunity ho will ask action on his resolution revoking all leaves of absence excepting those granted on account of The Public Debt following is the public debt statement issued to day Affgrcgnte of interest hearing debt inclusive of United States bonds issued to tbo Pacific S Debt on which interest ceased at Aggregate of debt benriugno In including national bank fund deposited in the treasury under the act ot July Aggregate of certificates offset by cash in tLctreasury Bluff Park Turned jnto aRegular Army Camp Yesterday The Veterans Make the Day a Grand Success ly GatheringlArjund the Singing Old Songs and Telling him to call on her at her roonvHn the A1 tor he had accepted tho in vitation the gang brokeinto room and apparently shocked situation of Before i the jokers could explain Carpenter whipped out a revolver and shot Hannaford in the inflicting adangerous Carpenter is now in Is lying in a critical and no one sees where the joke came pen Theipretended A HORRIBLE JVfrjrrcgate of includlngccr UScatesof Total cash in S less cash in treasury July S less cash iu treasury June Xct decrease during the S The Grain SubTreasury tive of today intro duced a resolution in tho house to set aside Monday next for the consideration of the Farmers Alliance grain subtreas ury the bill to be considered from day to day until disposed POOL BOOM TAB Keepers Conclude the Jjaw is Against Them and TVttl Close afternoon paper announces that the pool room war has come to an end that the downtown pool room keepers have come to tho conclu sion that the law is against them and they will close up their rooms This decision was it is as a result of a decision by Judge Baker this One of the downtown pool to make a test refused to pay when fined for pool selling and was sent to The decision was on his application for release under a writ of lialicas Judge liakerheld that he was properly fined and dismissed the AN INDISCREET ianufactnrers on the same footing pre The ho owed ome duty to the American as roll as to the The dem eratic party had its full share of rcspon Iblllty for the iniquities of tho present arid law and of that which was now The democrats in the house tad had opportunity of correcting the irrors and wickedness of the McKinlcy out they had sought to evade tho ssponsibility of their when by Jug with the who opposed to that they light have eliminated many of itscr Ha could see a game at battledore mo shuttlecock between free trade and refection constantly going on for politi 11 advantage on one and personal rantage on the and between the 5 extremes the great body of American iplc was being crushed and lo would apply the rule that whoever lomandcd a tax for his own benefit Id bo ready to show conclusively lathis interest was also the publics iu Sherman replied to He Sje concurred in with tho senator in the ataaont that no proposition made to I People should be supported unless good ground for Ho went nw speak of tho growth of thccrock industry in tho United and 1 such an industry was not to be ig Si i and not to oe refused any reason The prices of chinawaro less now than the duties were ten rs Vest modified his amendment by Mng the two rates on decorated china nid 40 per cent Tho ntlicn went over and the senate ad He Insults a Lady Iatient and is Soundly Herman Fish a prominent physician on the South is lying at his house in a critical condition as the result of indiscreet re marks to a lady Ber It is stated Bertram in formed hor husband who went to Fishers taking with him a large On gairing admittance he set the brute upon the who was badly lacerated by the dogs Bertram then adminis tered a terrible thrathing to using a pair of brass THE LABOR THE Difficulty Kxpcrlenccd in lation bilU ioncurrini Securing a tho a motion of of arcsolu itra was adopted calling on the secretary J war for copies of the report of the en Wsrs in charge of the work of improve nt In Galvcston The house n resumed consideration of the senate itoentsto the sundry civil appro the question being on in the minor senate noment of rose being recognized by the He wished ib submit a few remarks fCannon made WOof order that debate was not in at first inclined to warn this but after a brief de m order to save he recognized uicnto move the previous unstthis Eogers protested and had extended colloquy with the Boss Carpenters at War Wtih Their Old Allies members of tho Boss Carpenters and Builders asso ciation commenced their war tills morn ing on their old the union men of the carpenters The bosses be gan a lockout which by tomorrow night it is thought will be One of the causes given is tho alleged failure of the carpenters council to fill their WILL FIGHT THE Iouis and Milwaukee Brew ers to Slake a Test the recent decision of the supreme court of the United States the big brewers of Louis and Milwaukee have combined to fight the license law as applied to and which compels them to pay a tax in the city where beer is made and wherever it is They will make a test case to settle the question Murdered His NEW drew early this cut the throat and horriby mangled the body of Emma a who was his former girl refused to marry Borjcson because ho The murderer was captured in tho woods by a crowd of Correspondence of The BLUFF was devoted to rest on ac count of the change of Field Day from Thursday to All day long campers would congratulate themselves on the possession palm leaf fans and easy rocking and the possession of the time to use without the feeling that they were missing some good lecture or entertain ment at the Toward even ing the chairs and hammocks were de serted and the river was dotted with row boats and the air melodious with the voices of But at eight all boats had pulled in and all attention was centered in the program in the Miss Minnie of Des gave an evenings entertainment which delighted every Her selec tions one and one above the rest demands special Wild or The Gypsy Flower Girl of The program with Miss Cady is a slender little lady aud everyone was all the more pleased with her difficult per The music was furnished by Miss Evans and an orchestra which had arrived a trifle too for Battle Cry of Glory Hal and sonic other national songs were sung with the chorus ringing out grandly from the largo audience assem Thp people seemed delighted to hear their own voices and heartily en cored all numbers in which The audi ence were requested to join in the The glorious moonlight did its best to coax every one to take a ramble or a quiet chat but the prospective fes tivities of the coming day conquered and at ten the grounds were quiet and silence reigned The Grand Army boys took possession of the park today aud turned it into a regular army The crowds of old soldiers and their wives and friends be gan to swarm into the grounds at an early and before noon an immense throng had congregated on the top of the hill and was clamoring for Of the veterans came down for a good old rousing campfire and general good and they succeeded Though the crowd was not so large as last year at this to the sultry weather and the added fact that the railrood rates were not as low as still no one could the There must have been three or four thousand people all told and during the religious services in the tabernacle that build Ing was literally Two steam boat excursions from besides land excursions from Madison and Burlington contributed to the makeup of the of Hot deliv ered the address of welcome to the old soldiers in the and following him of depart ment chaplain of treated of the life of the soldier from the raw recruit to the welldrilled private and then to the warscarred touching upon the many traits and peculiarities that char acterize the life of the volunteer Lot Abraham aud those old timers who have bobbed up at every campfire in eastern Iowa since Lee sur rendered and roused the enthusiasm of all the boys by their stirring songs and still more stirring antics and were there with all their war paint They sang in their good old Touch the Elbow and Happy Laud of Canan and After dinner the boys got together again and had another lovefeast and ex periencemeeting Major Cramer of Mem and Comrade of made and George of introduced some haphazard recollections of army life which were well Pierce gave a graphic account of his ex periences and services in the army as he was a captive and inmate of Libby Prison at the tender age of this was very pecially his account of the bill of fare of that famous After all had had their say and all the songs had been sung and the poems the battallion formed for dress like the French Third on the tennis The boys didnt all stand as straight perhaps as they used to thirty years or keep as perfect an but the spirit of the men of 01 was there though some of them tottered a little and leaned heavily on their guns for yet this was no muster of raw Every one of them had been under fire had stood in fierce conflict where bullets fell like molten and flinched not had seen the ground strewn with the bodies of their comrades and and yet knowing that their safety and lives hung on the chance of the had marched in unwavering line to the very cannons belchiug fire and and and yet showed no At the conclusion of the dress parade a spy which had been caught prowling around the camp was courtmartialed and This part of the program was realistic in the His spyship acknowl edged the corn and was led like a lamb to the His coffin was brought out and he was placed carefully on the edge of the id so that he would fall in as soon as the shootingmatch came Before the final command to fire was given the culprit was given a chanceto explain the which he did in a An Indiana Mans Desperate Fight With a SixFoot iald an estimable citizen was out fishing a day or so ago with some friends from He was walking along the waters in quest of a place to when he had to pass under the overhanging boughs of a buckeye When just under these ho felt something drop on his Think ing it a dead limb ho passed on the tall horse nor did he notice that the dead limb was a real live black snake until it began to tighten its coils about his arm and swish its angrily about his face and Drop ping his minnow pall and other parapher he endeavored to throw tho reptile but It brought a second coil about his and lie was beginning to gasp for breath before ho thought of a heavy claspknife ho had luckily brought with With his dis engaged right hand ho succeeded in tiug tho knife open and amputated th5i head of afow inches of the Kot a moment soon cither for tho snake had already bitten him three times on tho hand and Bald win was getting The autopsy held by Baldwin and his Indianapolis friends disclosed the fact that tho snake stood six feet four inches In his stockings and measured nine inches around his Tho bite of a blacksnako hot be ing very poisonous Ebcu sustained no further injury than a severe scare and a slightly sore STRANGE Night Alade Illdeons at Independence by ISloodcurdllug Special to Tho HawkEycJ erable excitement has been aroused here over the appearance of a strange animal In tho Kness neighborhood that howls and roars a manner which makes night As near as can be located it has taken up quarters in a creek which passes through the farm of one George The beast is supposed to be of an amphibious nature and tohavo drifted in with the late high The ani mal generally remains secreted during the day time and at night wanders arouud in search of when its terror inspiring which sounds like a cross betweenaliousroarand thoscreech of an enraged Those who have hoard tho beast roar can not be Induced to travel tho route It has become so much a matter of vital importance that tho farmers havo organized for a hunt and have Invited tho Independence militia and gun club to join in the A RUPTURED GRAIN the second timehat he Tbeon1 sent to jail for His wife has already applied for X Xo OrlRlual Packages Wanted original age man is On Tuesday nlghtf company of citizens waited upon him and told him that he must They were determined men and the law violator concluded ho had better get The next day ho left his business with a clerk and on coming home found clerk gone and S7 of his That settled it audio departed In Last night another original package man came town to try his but while he slept some stole his pack of goods and he left Thocitizens are dotermincd they will not suffer the pest to appear again Successful X annual reunion of the Western Iowa associa hi this city was very Over 250 veterans were in The town was very pro fusely The speakers were Corporal of Cedar Rapids Phil of Sac City of Council Bluffs Col of Denison and Dunlap was fixed upon as tho place for tho next Instructed Special to The Webster county democratic convention today in structed delegates to the state conven tion to favor tho nomination of Woods for state The indica tions are that ho will get the solid vote of and tenth districts and all of the eleventh exceptWoodbury Published Two MASON trouble between editor of the Floyd County Dot of tho Charles City cul minated by the former bringing charges against Detwiler for running at least two editions of his one to send to foreign advertisers and one to local sub Tho papers to local subscrib ers contained no patent advertising mat Xot Uated board of examiners have concluded the examina tion Engineer of tho Sioux City water and refused to grant him a firstclass Under the ordinance It Is illegal for him to act as chief It was under Koellis management that the water works failed and created a water The Continued Drouth Has Greatly En dangered the Iowa Corn Special to The HawkEyeJ DES grain mar ket is in a very ruptured The continued drouth has greatly endangered the corn crop and farmers and shippers who have any last years crop on hand refuse to sell unless offered fabulous prices or else will not sell at Three weeks ago corn was worth in this market 27 or 28 a week ugo 33 cents and now 41 cents and some dealers paying 45 with the prospects that the prices will go Oats havo to 33 cents and are advancing A long drenching rain would help mat ters but prices are way up and feed men havo great difficulty in serving DES KOINES TheJSpecial Session of the Illinois t The Disposition And the House t Ameneinent Vote7 or r Thanks to Speaker Cochran News All tho Street Roads to be Under the Con trol of One Special to The HawkEyeJ DES are pending by which the street and sub urban railway systems of Des Moines will come under one management and one The Des Moines Street Railway company now owns all the lines of street railway in and about DCS except the line running which is known as the Des Moines Belt Line tho suburban lino connect ing the outlying district north of the city with tho part of Polk has made an offer and tho which is but a few thousand dollars between will un doubtedly be The cars will then be run on this line by electric THE OR HIS A Suspicions Story From little village of a short distance north west of is on deck with a dog story that equals the tale of any Some days ago a worthless cur was de clared a and a publicspirited citizen took it upon himself to play the role of lord high In fulfill ing his design he killed tho wrong in that he slew a fine bird dog belonging to An apology settled the matter and the deceased was laid to rest beneath two feet of Three days after interment the dog reappeared and came back to the to claim his The doctor re claimed him and he is now as fat and as as There is no chance for as tho dog bears tho shot wounds and the tomb is CRUSHED BY THE A Peculiar a devout died here yes terday of Potts disease of tho after an illness of over three For some time past his mind has been affected and a jmst mortem examination was his case being of special interest to A Fire Set by fire set by tramps burned the large dairy barn and several other buildings on the farm of Jacob just outside the city limits Wednesday A valuable bull was burned and a lot of The total loss is partially in They Want John evening tho democratic precinct primaries were at which delegates to the county which will be held at Don were A reso lution was unanimously adopted favor ing tho nomination of John Craig for Open Only RED Oak had an original package saloon for three Then the sheriff closed it There were three agents for the Pabst Brewing Drinking was allowed in the There are three actions against the The men gave A Supposed 2foted Criminal elderly stranger who had been stopping at the Hotel Keokuk for several days was arrested last night upon information re ceived from tho chief of police at who claimed he was one a noted wanted for forgery in that A Had Crop Special to The crop outlook hero is Eain two weeks ago would have given us many thousand bushels of but its too late Oats are very Rye No Blackberries dried HAWKEYE tho house this morning a joint resolution providing for the adjournment of the two houses on this was presented and re ferred to a special After the adoption of resolutions of respect to the deceased members of former theworlds fair together with tho house was read a third time and passed by a vote of 132 yeas to 10 Whilc the house was waiting for the conference committee to report a resolu tion was introduced by extending the thanks of tho mem irrespective of to Speaker Cochran for the just and impartial man ner lOiwhicb he has This was adopted by acclamation and the speaker made a brief speech of In the afternoon the report of the joint conference committee was stat ing that an agreement had been arrived at by which the eight hour section was stricken from the bill and an amendment made to the submerged land clause pro viding that the made land after the fair whenever diverted toany other use than that of a public park shalfrovert to tho state of The comference also agreed to the senate joint resolution re commending to the worlds fair directory the enforcement of the eight hour prin ciple and that no aliens be This resolution was adopted by acclama The the conference commit tee was then adopted 12T to but the point of order was made that the amend ment must be printed before finally The committee which had waited upon the governor stated he had no further communication to make to the general A message from the senate was re ceived stating that body had concurred in tho report of the conference commit tee and adopted tho eighthour reaolu and alien labor prim iples Tlas con cluded the special session of the and at it adjourned sine In the senate this morning a joint reso lution was offejed that when the general assembly adjourns today it stand ad journed sine The rules were sus pended and the resolution was The announcement of the house thatit had the worlds fair bill with amendments was The first three amendments were concurred The fourth providing for the eignt hour day on all work iu connec tion with the was The following amendment was also nonconcurred in And any submerged lands which may be filled under the pro vision shall accrue to the city of Chicago to forever maintained as a public The honse refused to recede from its eight section and submerged land amendment to the worlds fair bill and the subject was referred to a joint con ference The discussion on tho eight hour sec tion was quite Chap Matthews aud others op posed it and ISurke favored Matthews in his remarks it adopted the directors of the fair would not feel obliged to pay any attention to be cause they knew the law is unconstitu to stul tify himself by voting for amend He knew the intelligent laboring men of j Illinois would understand he simply voted that it was for When the report of the joint confer ence committee was submitted to the senate it was adopted without a dissent ing as was also the joint resolution on the eighthour The committee appointed to wait on the governor announced he had nothing to communicate and at the senate adjourned sine RAILROAD been working hard to Kbaj llvesf of the poisoned ones and think will be casejof Mrsi Ellas Is and they fearthat she has not strength to Paul Brent was taken iniichworse after dinner today and bos been vomiting and fears are enter tained that he may not WEBB OVER f The Despairing Cry of the Recent velopments have moro than confirmed tho truth of the statement that ICemm the condemned Is weaken ing The nttcr abandonment of all hope and tho consequent realization of his utterly condition never came to him with terrible force as last All night as he tossed and tumbled on his narrow he cried aloud t in his I It were Ho moaned time and and his utter lack of all power to control his fears was pitiable to The cause of this sudden andi unconquerable dispair was the noise of the preparation for the execution in the adjacent which the prisoner could not help hearing through the doorway which connects his cell with the chamber of UNDER FALSE A Commercial Traveler Comes Grief at Slobjt City Sioux1 a uriuer arrest here on a charge of obtaining money under false Ite says he is regularly employed by David Goodwin of on whom he drew two checks for S25 had them endorsed by a friend and got the money on He protests that his actions were and that he bos been in the habit of doing the same but the firm tele graphed that Donahue was not in Its em ploy and the drafts were Donahue spent the money on a Gulesburjp Officials in years ago Judge Glenn entered an order re straining this city and citizens from emptying sewage into the city The sewers empty into Cedar Fork which runs through central part of the and the sewage had ren dered the creek an intolerable endangering the health of all living near For a month or two a show of ob serving the order was but since then this foul sewage from iucreasing number of sources has been poured into the creek until manyotthe families that live along it are A sensation was created here today when notice was served on the the the members of the board of and sev eral leading citizens to appear before Judge Pleasant at Rock Satur to show reason why they should not be attached for contempt for disregard of the Injunction The extreme dry weather makes the matter as the city has hot a sufficient water supply on hand to flush the General Rivas Manjr Compromised the f Foreign t confirmed ol the defeat of General Riv by the government troops under Gene Bivas escaped from tne capltolS last night but was pursued and taken prisoner a few miles outolthe This morning he was publfcally shot and his corpes exposed in the public Is is reported that many prominent perji sons are compromised and inquiry being made regarding consplracy Lv Angi Communication with the Interior of Salvador is Advices from capital of tho republic state that General Ezeta was ordered from the frontier about two thousand men upon the outbreak of the revolt headed by General Ezeta hastened all speed to the had captured the artillery barracks but V the few troops in charge had v The Indians then pillaged the nouses and a panic finally defeated and peace It is stated that Guatemala haswithdrawn her forces from the frontier and that all is quiet at There is no tele graphic communication with The Works Election NEW citizens have added one more good deed to the many already done which have made our little city noted for life and Tho proposition to bond tho town for water works was carried by a handsome major and a fine with a hundred glowing address to his in which ho asserted that ho was willing to die for his At the conclu sion of his the squad of six soldiers who had been chosen to do the deed loaded their old flintlocks aim ing at an imaginery spy about sixty de gress sousouwest by north of tho vic let go the triggers and down ho dropped into the box like a dead The pallbearers rushed up careful ly adjusting tho jid so that the dead man wouldnt miss all the circus in his seclu hoisted the coffin onto their should ers and started on tho dead run for the impromptu hearse at tho outskirts of the It Was the orig inal Intention to haul him out behind tho lodging house and resurrect but the small boys gathered so thick around that it was impossible to lot him but without letting the cat out so tho hearse jogged out to a hay stack about two miles away and dumped him The numerous small boys who had hitherto been in doubt as to the genuineness of the whole business were now relieved and were assured that he wasnt dead at of them who had chased the cortege the whole distance expressed themselves as disgusted in tho After supper the vets gathered around tho campfire and swapped and are engaged in that pleasant occupa tion at this A Mangled and Dying Man Found Xcar SpccialtoTieHawkEyeJ 10 passing the spot known as Cooks at tho extreme western end of this city this camo upon the body of a man lying between the two tracks of tho Rock Island Ho was unconscious and was covered with blood from fearful evidently inflicted by a His skull was tho lower jaw andr tho right elbow so badly crushed as to require He recovered sufficiently tell name is Edward His chances for recovery are not AN EDITOR IN Delinquent Subscribers Bring Him to Sioux A edi tor of the Marcus was bound over to tho United States court today for using the mail Lewis had some delinquent subscribers who refused to and after numerous efforts to get his pay he wrote thorn a postal naming the amount if the bill was not tho name of the sub scriber would be published as a dead The postal laws do not counte nance such heroic and Lewis was arrested and will have to stand foot of will soon be in process General KremonPs NEW General Charles Fremonts will was discovered yesterday in the archives of Surrogate Randoms It was executed August and deposited in the surrogated office He two PRACTICAL JOKERS One of Their Xuuiber Dangerously Wounded thcButtof FOET of Webster is now lying at deaths while James Car of the same languishes in jail as result of a practical Hannaford and a crowd of boys planned the One of their was dressed in feminine apparel and greatiy smitten with Car r rJ KDcct of an Original more our town has labored under a little ex Wednesday afternoon Lime a blacksmith here and familiarly known as Littlo absorbed sev eral original packages and started Ho commenced to abuse and especially As soon as she could get away from him she went to the mayors office and com plained of A warrant was issued for his arrest and he was taken into cus tried before mayor A STRICKEN members of the family of Mark of havo died within two years each with a different A fifth is dying with Brlghts SUIT FOU A BKOKEX James has brought suit against tho city of Davenport for Last winter she slipped on a defective sidewalk and broke heir leg and has not yet recovered from the effects of tho MIXISTEIIS Hay of the Christian and of the United Presbyterian of havo resigned their respective charges on account of dissatisfaction with their rigid views on MENTIOJTED FOK ernor of national reputationat tho time of the Hayes has been mentioned as Marshalltowns candidate for congressional honors next month at the Cedar Rapids Prohibition ropublicansobjecton account of his allowing his soninlaw to bring in a case of beer at his own KEOKUKS prominent Keokuk physician is reported as stating almost existedin that city an epidemic of He says there Is a great deal bf dysentery in the and about seven out of every ten cases are dysentery or some form of stomach or bowel The physician accounted for the by stating that the origin of the ailments was duo to the decay of animal and vegetable and the extreme hot weather which has recently IOWA Mine Inspector Morgan Thomas has just returned from a tour of his district and reports the min ing industry of the state on a He is given as authority for stating that most of the mines In his and especially those near Des are doing more business now than they did last and that if business Increases in a like if will see an unprecedented boom in the coal At Marian coun tho White Breast Coal company are taking out a solid piece of coal from a 15 foot 15x6xG to be sent to tho Ottumwa coal It will weigh in the neighborhood of two and onehalf and will cost the company to re move it over It will be polished andbound with Iron and will be a big advertisement for the company when placed on This company has had 150 men at work steady since March and has not had to close down a day on account of a scarcity of T Always Chlorides for household You will like The Working of the Nebraska Board of DBS board of railroad commissioners have received a communication from prominent rail road man in Nebraska iu regard tothe working of the Nebraska board of trans portation or railroad In this he regardingthe stand of the board towards the railroads The hostilityhas apparently been an instinct with the honorable thing Inherited to their piece of in herited prejudice and not reachable by argument as to bo influenced by consid erations either of facts of He says that the boards idea seemed to be if arailroad company earned 5 or 6 per that that was To find out what the real dividends were they wrote to the different companies and found them to be as follows on 241 miles earns per Union Pacific on 750 miles earns 2 per 391 miles earns per On other earnings range from per to per or en tire average on line per cent upon the above showing the board concludes there is no grounds for a reduction of present maximum The commission is forwarded to the Wabash for their perusal and in hopes after pondering over it they wilt let the railroad companies do as their own sweet wills Southwestern Kates TransMissouri and Western Freight associations ad journed today after affecting a visible improvement in tho southwestern rate The between Kansas City and Chicago will bo advanced on cattle from 13Jf to 22K cents hogs and 13 to 25 cents dressed 1SK to 23K cents packing house 12 to IS cents to 15 cents 13 to 15 It was agreed to main tain these rates for at least four months from the time they become It was also decided to reduce the wheat rates from southwestern Missouri river points to Chicago from 23X to 20 and corn from 20 to IS All railroads leadinccast from excepting tho Grand Trunk and today put into effect the new uniform bill of lading against which there has been such a unanimous on tho part the shipping interests of the The board of trade merchants are very indignant as far as possi are giving all the business to the Grand Trunk and Tableware Manufactories telegram from says a prominent table ware manufacturer says his establish with every glass concern in the United has been sold to an En glish The price paid averages per or in as there are thirtythree factories in the The price of tableware mil be advanced as soon as the syndicate as sumes Compete With the Whisky Philadelphia syndicate recently purchased the distil Roach at Ken for It is now said they propose to make cologne rye whisky and wine and compete with the trust as tho Distilling and Cattle Feeding company which has head quar ters at Two Trotters the trotting stallion record died He was owned by Philip of Xew and was valued at Georgio Alexanders also dropped dead near Paris while being valued at Death of a NEW cable dispatch just received by the board of foreign missions of the Presbyterian church anr nounces the death by dysentry at of the medical missionary of the A Cattle Feeding Plant Union Cattle companys feeding plant at four miles below South burned last causing a loss of insur The plant contained four thousand stalls and covered five acres of Blaine at Cape CAPE of State Blaine arrived here this evening and is stopping tonight at Congress He received an ovation from the people in the lobby on his From tomorrow he will be a guest of the pres ident until their return to Washington next Shot While Playing Har vard two consins named Corhert were found Between them on a stone was a pack of cards One maa was shot in the back and the other tho It is believed they were shot while at Fell Upon a atterr noon a son of John liv ing fonr miles east of while loading fell off of a wagon and on tho tines of a the tines entering the How seriously he was hurt is not yet Killed ly NOKTH During a severe tempest last night light ning struck the dwelling of Thomas Mary was instantly killed and Sheridan and his wife and child were badly President Cettnan Issues The Gravity of the Auff dispatch to the Times from Buenos Ayres states that President Celmau has issued a manifesto to the people of Argentine After speaking of the demands for his res ignation which was made by the ladies ol the revolutionary the presi dent refers to the prosperity and liberty the country enjoys during his The manifesto attributes the sole cause of tho revolution to insensate the ambition of the local party in Buenos it wishes to impose itself upon the en J tire while peace and security are represented m theCet man Even Celmans own the dispatch is aghast at tho presidents callousness and his incompre hensible and vain ignorance of the real gravity of the The manifesto concludes with an expression of eternal gratitude to the supporters of the presi dents authority and adds that the patri otic people blesses them as saviours of the In the the commons to day Secretary Ferguson declared no per mission had been accorded Germany to establish a protective tariff on the Zanzt bar The sultan had bound himself not to allow any trading mon opoly within his Attorney General a assuming slavery to bo lawful according to the law of the conn try over which there is a British protec it would be recognized as a legal Ferguson confirmed the reports that the British African companys James had seized by an officer of tie Portuguese He stated the British minister at Lisbon had been Instructed to remon strate Portugal against the seizure and demand the punishment of those r who seized the I McAnlUTe Goes Into XV Joe who is to Slavm for and championship of the went into his traihingquar ters at on the East The American will make the Globe Hotel his Billy Madden will assume f ullcontrol of American Giauts George Dixon and his backer sail on the Etruria for New York next Cholera Spreading at The cholera is spreading at On Wednesday eightyone deaths from the disease was reported and on Thursday only four were All ports on the Red the Levant and Miner are quarantined against Miserable Condition of CossTAXTixopLEr The Ar menian patriach has Dis patches from Ermenian say thecondition of the Armenian peasants In Alash gerd district is miserable beyond discrip Petty Turkish officials urge the kurds to harry the The tians throughout the district arepraying to intervene and deliver thenu New Board of General New now board of general appraisers organized here to and elected Colonel of the District of t The perfume ot the purity of tho the glow of tho and flush ot Hebe combine inTozzonis wonderful i Millions of of caterpillars have invaded tho fields in this section of Texas and the planters and farmers are busy poisoning They are very bad along the Brazos river and it may be the cotton crop of the state will be seriously A FAMILY Persons by a Canadian Pacific express this afternoon struck a wagon containing a man named PatnckDowney and two Peter McLaughliu and All were instantly A Severe Storm at NEW a se vere storm this several houses were unroofed and a twostory brick Spains King Ifalsely Keported The report of the death of the young king of Spain was circulated on the bourse today In quiry sent to Madrid elicited the official announcement that the kings was The Slave Ordinance Still A by the announces the ordinances relating to slavery generally will remain as as before the AngloAmericaa The sale of slaves is for bidden and slave depots are An Editor editor ot the Cashel was sentenced three months imprisonment at hard labor for publishing a speech delivered at a proscribed league v One HundredDeaths A famine prevails In some parts of the country the deaths from starvation average one hundred building blown down no one was As far as known Ficklcd Beef Tongue Causes Serious 111 ness at Special to The HawKEyeJ case of poisoning occurred here this morning In the family of Paul and their Ellas his wife and young who all ate heartily at breakfast of a pickled beefs tongue and were soon afterwards taken Other members of thejfamily who did not partake of the rmeat not felt any ill effects so far and the thVsIckness of ttie others is attributed to awaV Gold ISari have ordered gold bars for ship ment to The total amount en gaged this week r Missing license rLicense Inspector Enoch Ray is alleged to be and SH000 of license money be longing to the saloon keepers In the Took 1 Special to the HawkEyeJ widow of Elisher Moorehas compromised her caso against Schenk Cream Java if J v Ancxpert is a man who ran mnke things to bo as his employers war It is so much easier to look wise than it Is to prove it thut many people prefer to saw wood and say s ot tho day Is the one xwno goes off a vacation nndxeturns to that his friends do not he has been Syrup ot Produced the laxative nutrl tions juice of California with the medicinal virtues of known to be the most beneficial to tho human acts on liver and cleansing the dispelling and and curing habitual con Sf The South OmahaBribery 11 At the preliminary JS hearing of the South Omaha council bribery cases the county attorney dismissed the charges against CouncilJ men Johnson and Cleric charged with offering1 thttfi waived a preliminary hering was held over to the district Headache influenza orcold by Ho Harmless He ache At t Drowned While s v MrsEecs and her Miss drowned bathing river v at Ifew Ybrkv parilla is to the bodyi producing bodily now Statement Without Fonndati ItseemS statement inT the yesterday thatthere would strike sailors wastwithont DJT arFreIshtTraIn Charles HTTonguejjitaSummeirhotetal 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