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   Burlington Hawk-Eye (Newspaper) - August 6, 1890, Burlington, Iowa                                YAKNS Lies Atmut Speaker Reed Refuted In the tor Treats FreeTrmde Har Sen ate August laige juns were very effectually i the house Stories been going the rounds for some ainiit large numbers of menhadhecn rted to nork at the Kittery navy lust alongside Speaker dis iiththe purpose of colonizing that 1 Cummings got in a resolution BE about but Boutclle Tcnockod out of the whole matter by show lit order for the employment of issued in while rfdection of congressmen occurs Sep lierS anuundcrthe laws state voters Siave three months residence an the which puts an end to the charge Other stories w ere tliat iIteedlad grossly insulted theMin delegation when they had called In reference to the Sault This Snider denounced absolute falsehood without a word TO EXCLUDE re if jroentl Bill Bearing on the Id of from the commit on foreign today reported to bill to absolutely prohibit ie coming of Chinese persons into the nlud whether subjects of the Unese Empire or The bill to exclude all even ho may hereafter leave the olid States and excepting Iplohatic and consular officers and jumercial agents and the coming CHncse to the United States for Bjsit is expressly Afincof SlOloreach Chinese brought into the Jutted States is provided for the punish Kutoliessel masters bringing provision is also made for the punish jmtot persons aiding Chinese to enter it TJnlMd States by land or tiinnau Hitt presented a minority re dissenting from the favorable ac Molllie majority upon the bill as he iys itis in conflict with the treaty now ilorcetfl which the faith of the United ites is pledged and which declares the taittJ States may limit or ttad such coming or but yioUbsolutcly prohibit WltL EEOOTJBT rojosos Twin City Committee Admits tnat Sine Districts Are in citizens ilttee of Paul presented to Sec JCoble today the results of their nmination of the evidence upon Mth tho recent order was based di eting a recount of the of Their report proved that the srnanco map which was used by the BSns office to establish in part the Sectlvencss of the census returns is entirely The commit in admitted that in nine of K districts the returns were so de ttlve as to warrant either an entire toant of those districts or else a verification of the JJ hey approved a recount of the en Superintendent whowas said that an examination was j iwln progress of the returns of thirty ir including the nine referred tly the and from what has ten discovered he was obliged conclude that a recount of the cu re city was He thbught Ms action in issuing the order as justified by the evidence in and assured the committee it liis object would be to act rtlh fairness in this matter and not igctlie Paul census by any higher aBdard than regulated the cen sus rc ras of other The committee ien TO UNSEAT S Adopted by the House Elci EK tlons Committee house littec on elections at their meeting F adopted a resolution declaring the of of The resolution with the reports I tic majority and minority of the com iltiee will be presented to the house in lew Walsh was the only wocratic member THE IsTurlfr Bill Still rmler senate met and immediately proocecded ittc consideration of the tariff the Oaing item being the paragraph relat cylinder and crown glass llcrry addressed Hie senate on the atral subject of tariff He ailed the correctness of Hiscocks i ertion that the question had been S settlcu at the last presidential A majority of the American Berry had not then in favor iif the protection but rather in favor of the party advocated tariff for revenue a or later the right would pre and and not until I be said the question Iy He denounced in UUliUUIUJBU us a bill ol false lagunder false neither i its face nor in d to roducc but It in It professed to equalize but it made them He believed that taxes evlod and duties Imposed for esoio purpose of revenue on articles raiuryaiid not upon articles of neces prudent and pa Ol GroverCleve i treasury had ac tilSv i c Question was now how 7 bisposed But now at the out season of congress under a i W the question againsj a paLli d of mectinS liBnroji away just instead an ncomo tax on the wealth was proposed to add to the Iowa i jV at gentlemans informa V the condition of tswn Torljingman now and ten tffi the grcafreduc Beta 1kcn Tlacc iu fe prices of M and SrtanHunil Implements Commodities within that the aaout depression E andabout the of farra Iowa when Was tho tota1 assessed valua r olft nus 1S8G The outside WOM LfortsasK in Iowa was e discussion continued and at its close an y to t0 sizes f as by Al rolled or rough plate from the except that i the proviso was modi make it apply to all such amendment next as led plate glass nn s polishedplate ot iJ5 The next paragraph rc the cost of polished plate glass and lookingglass Vest moved to reduce the rate on the lowest size from ax to four cents Mr square on the ground that this Ger man looking glass was used In the paragraphs referring to cles the finance committee nendmew to the substitute for mixed rates by the house and increasing the existing rates very largely a uniform rate of sitty per cent advalorem was agreed The paragraph imposing a duty of seventyfive per cent advalorem on all manufactures of glass was amended on recommendation of the finance com mittee hy striking out the words lenses of glass or jebbles wholly or partly and fusible The marble and stone items were passed over without any material change being made in Schedule metals and manufac tures or1 then taken The para graph putting a duty of To cents per ton on iron was discussed at some Morgan moved to insert after the words iron ore the words containing more than onetenth of one per cent of phosphoric acid Without voting on the motion the senate THE The Kittery Xavy Yard Uugaboo Con the house a motion wasmade to lay on the table the motion to reconsider the vote bv which the house passed the bill to grant leaves of absence to clerks in first and second class The motion to recon sider was of rising to a question of denounced as a falsehood an article appearing iii a De troit paper stating that at a conference between the Minnesota delegation and Speaker Reed rclcativc to certain im provement of the Salt Marie canal the speaker declared To hell with your island from the committee on reported as a substitute for the Cummings resolution a resolution asking the secretary of the navy the reasons for the increase of the force at the Kittery navy In speaking of the Cum mings of Jcw York said that the order increasing the force of the Kittery navy yard looked as though the design was to use the executive power for partisan purposeHe referred to the great evil which would result from tho introduction of politics into the navy yards and com mented severely upon tho action of the former head of the navy department in filling the navy yards with partisan friends just previous to the congressional Boutell said that in the remarks made and in newspaper there was strong implication that somebody liad the idea that in Maine and New Hampshire there was a purpose to prac tice the colonization He sug gested to the gentleman from New York that though the elections were generally neld in November the congressionel elec tion in Maine was held in September so that if there were ten thousand men transported to Kittery under cer tificate of the secretary of tho not one of them could Applause on the republican The constitution of Maine provides that every man should aave a legal residence of three months at the place where he was to In justice to his the be desired to after all the feeling of the gentleman from New York had piled up in his own bosom over tho alleged packing of the Kittcry yard in the inter est of that the greatest majority ever cast for Thomas Reed was over his democratic and round majority in when the navy yard had been packed by the democratic Loud applause on the democratic The resolution was nays of submitted the ma jority report on the ClaytonBrcckinrldge election The which declares the seat was ordered printed and iaid The house then went into committee of the whole on the general defficiency Without disposing of the the committee rose and the liouse THE ODD A Urllltnnt Gathering 111 Competitive from all parts of the country continue to arrive today to take part in the trinnial can tonment of patriarchs militant and the city is ablaze with gold and purple trappings and flashing jcwles and waiving plumes of the The forenoon was devoted to competitive cx templiiication of the subordinate degree work with closed doors in Battery D The Garden City lodge of Chi opened the competition was followed by AVyokcr Park also of this This afternoon prize drills of cantons by classes were begun on the Lake Front in the presence of a multitude of Tonight General grand sire of the held a reception1 at the Auditorium hotel which were crowded with brilliantly uniformed chevaliers and their THE BATTLE OP survivors of that Memorable KiigaKe inent Meet in Annual Keunion on tlie the twcn iyuinth anniversary of the famous bat tle of finds the veterans and their numerous friends assembling here on their annual reunion while flags arc flying and the old hills are echoing and rcechjing the sound of while the old soldier as he falls into that half half state imagines Tor the moment that the stirring times of 1SG1 are before Starting from his stupor ho opens his eyes and finds it was only a But as time goes on they are all passing to that dream land where all is peace and happiness and the boom of cannon and roar of artillery never gton Trombone band is enlivening the day with some splendid music and their handsome uniforms are just the There is a larger gather ing here than there was last but the management is disappointed by the nonarrival of noted BnshneHs Klectric jspecial to Tho HawkEycJ has been commenced on the new electric light plant and it will not be long before the lights are The Great Bcnelit people in run down state of health de rive from Hoods conclusively lirovcs that this medicine makes the weak It does not act like a im parting fictitious but Hoods Sarsa parilLa builds up in a perfectly natural way all the weakened purifies the and as sists Io bcalthyactlon those important the kidneys and of have closed their doors with liabilities of assets Harvest Excursion Tickets to points south and west on sale 9 and 23 and 14 good for return 30 days from date of The Worlds Fair Hill governor today signed the worlds fair bill having It will go into effect at Advice to Mothers WlnslowB Soothing Syrup should aU be used for children ItBOOthes the nortcni the and the for CORRALLED BY Bit The Rock Island Millionaire Knocks the Persimmons at BUI the Democratic Laid to Best to the Dissatisfaction of Ills Political Special to Tni HAWKEYEJ v has been a big day for the republicans of the eleventh Illinois jwigresfional The district held their congressional convention here and the city was full of the great un The result ofthis even m the mindsloffV gdSBfmany means the election of From the start was plain to bo seen that there was be some for the two factions of the party representing Ben of Rock and William of Ma were pretty equally and were each detinnmed to se cure the nomination of their The morning hours were spent in earnest hobnobbing and wireworking by the and when the convention was called together at eleven oclock by chairman of the sional tho most Intense in terest was exhibited on all A temporary organization and the usual committees A re cess was taken till one oclock when the convention was permanently organized by the election of of Han cock of the and Resolutions warmly and condemning the forceVbilland the McKinley tariff adopted with a and then the fun of tho democratic Moses of the Ben lately of Rock now in and Judge of were placed on An informal ballot resulted as follows The vote for pf was cast by the Hancock county he not having been placed in The next eight ballots resulted in a tie of 44 for Cable and Then in the tenth a farmer by the name of of broke the Nceco boys all up by voting for the Rock Island giving that gentleman two nominating The Neece men are not at all back ward in expressing their disgust at the manner in which their Moses was dis posed but are consoled over the fact that has a big barl of money that will bo on tap dur ing the coming The greatest botheration that is staring the Ncece men in the face is theproblem of they are going to satisfy their farming and laboring friends with a candidate who is a railroad monopolist and who is at this moment hobnobbing with English nobility in and caring very little for tho wants or welfare of the district which has thus honored IOWA Catherine For Their Convention at Cedar Itapids Special to The CEDAI have come in great numbers to attend the democratic convention to bo held hcra Nearly all the old party workers are here and many new men are They are all feeling very en The leading candidates are as follows Secretary of LeMars Fort Dodge Muscatine supreme court Keokuk county Judge of Glen wood attorney of Cedar The state central com mittee is to be reorganized by the elec tion of half of the and Diun is a candidate for reelection as The Clifton house has been made the democratic The convention will get to work at 10 in the morning with the following officers Nebraska county John John son county assistant Will Sioux City Council Bluffs Jones county Mitchell county recording AValler Marshall Struble Kor CKIIAK Fifth district republican convention this after noon nominated Judge Struble for Judge Strublc is a brother of the representative from the Eleventh Iowa Mercer County Special to Mercer county republican convention met in Aledo today for the nomination of coun ty officers and the election of delegates to the twentyfourth senatorial district to be held at August of was chosen and of Judge James Connell was rcnominatcd ifor county judge by arid Sexton rcnominatcd for comity clerk with no Richard of was nominated Vernon for and Alex Cal houn for superintendent of Noah of Ohio was endorsed for Mercers choice for and the delegates so Resolutions endorsing tho administra congress and Gest were adopted also Instructing Gest to vote for legislation on the original package question and the Blainc reci procity The convention was one of the most harmonious and pleasing in its results that has been held for many and the democracy will gain no recruits from its Election in from all state indicate a large democratic In Jefferson coun ty very few negroes came to the stating that they did not care to There was danger of serious trouble at Negroes had planned to capture the ballot box at the polls and a few armed men from Sel ma under orders the sheriff went out and dispersed mob and brought in the Indorsed Blalnes repub lican county convention made the follow ing nominations Williamson circuit treasurer Townsend Robert Math ews superintendent Tho convention adopted a res olution Secretary Blaines scheme of Fierce flection Contest in SALT struggle yesterday over the county ticket between the liberals aridthe Mornwns the union workingmens annex was one of the fiercest ever known The returns indicate the success ofthe liber als BIG Koute Agent Harris Disappears With mail robbery was reported on the incomingAlton train arriving from Chicago yesterday the route the postoffice au thorities letters were found to be Conse quently thepostoflice refused to receive the matter and telegraphedthe Chicago postoffice to that Harris had con siderable money when he arrived Where he went to is not f will be some time before the postal authorities can ascer tain how much money was in the pouches stolen by George the postal clerk who is missing with the contents of two mail pouches taken from the Chicago Alton train near The amount taken may not be more than and 1 ct it might be many HIS HOURS ABE It In Will be ted llefore SiinriBe thin best judgment possible to be with the information at is that Kcinmlcr ill be executed tomorrow morning I dont said Warden Durs ton at noon to state when this man is to be taken but this thing is going to be aH Are you going to spend your aftei noon fishing lie inquired of the indi vidual to whom he w as speaking The plain intimation was that the kill ing is not to take place this which indeed nobody but it leaves it open to question whether or not it may not take place during the is Several of the tobewitness to be arrived this but not more than a quarter of and it is not likely that the warden would employ the inde cent haste which would be involved hurrying Ins travelstained and into a room where they should witness the death of a human be ing before having got the cinders out of their Carlos the chairman of the state lunacy was the first of the to arrive There was no mystery about his move ments JThere was no keepit talktomcbchind thedoor style about his He strolled about the talked to whoever chose to talk to and had only the air of a man who was hero upon an the time of whose consummation he frankly said he did not of of the com mission which recommended the law for putting murderers to death by came this and with him Dis trict Attorney of Erie of is also Joseph Fowler and of The name of Robert who has a store in New is upon the hotel but those who know Dunlap say that he is not here in No tidings of Kcmmlcrs condition has come out of the prison and in quiry about it has almost ceased to bo It is now thought likely that Andrew a will be the man who will pull the deadly The an nouncement has not yet been made posi tively but circumstances point to War den Durston finally decided to change the execution room and unMer direction of Electrician arrived this the wires and switchboard were The keepers mess room will be the new execution The condemned man has held up in a wonderful A gentleman who will be present at the visited Kemmler this Heofound him perfectly but suffering from Kemmler made his will leaving his books and other little traps to Daniel and a few others who had keen kind to This afternoon holy communication was administered to Kemmler by Chaplain Yates and Acompany of national guards under Captain Kirby has been or dered out for this evening ostensibly for parade and street This means that a cordon is to bo put about the prison Southwick of said late this that it was not at all likely an autopsy would take place before daylight no matter what time the execution After at the all of the proposed witnesses to the ac companied by Warden pro ceeded to the where the medical men joined in conference as to the time and method of conducting the The conference lasted an Then the together with the returned tctho Southwick was among the first Are you go ing to doctor asked a I he and did At eleven oclock nearly everybodyhad retired save the newspaper correspond No news came out of the prison after night fall as to Keramlers In the bustle nobody stopped to inquire save that he was is expected that Kemmler will be killed sometime be tween five and seven oclock this morn TEXAS FEVER IN A ConWith the Dread Malady Traced tu a Slaughter August point to another clash between the city author ities andthe state board of live stock Officers of the city health department today traced a cow that had had Texas fever to the slaugh terhouse where it was found cut up ready for The meat was condemned and and had not the persons con nected with the affair made themselves scarce they would have been Both lumpy jaw and Texas fever is spreading alarmingly in the southewest ern part of the Wickers ham is the fault of the state board of live stock He said it was imperative that something should be done and ho would like to see the authority of tho board to ship de ceased cattle into Chicago tested in the DEATHS An Aged Kcsident of Goes to HID rspccial to The Do Vaughn died at his residence Saturday evening at aged sixtyseven seven months and four The funeral was held from the Methodist church Monday afternoon at Gumming in The deceased was born in December At the age of seventeen years he re moved with his parents to In July 1S54 ho was married to Martha Striker and took up his abode in McDonough county near Bushnell in He was a member of the Metho dist church having beenconverted at the age of twentyone A BRAN NEW CONSTITUTION National Convention at Chicagollnsily Carpenters National convention occupied today as a committee of the whole on tho revision of the The old constitution was practically wiped out and in the words of Secretary McGuire The new constitution as far as adopted is up to The Cight hour question was given a promi nent place arid the strict of the eight hour rule is strongly Only six articles have thus far been It will probably require two more days to complete the lieechams HUs cure Fatal Explosion In a Mine dispatch from in this states that an explosion of gas occurred yesterday in a killing Harry Jones and Thomas Williamswas badly I r Pozzonis Compladon Powder produces a and beautiful it combines every cle ment of WELCOME m KAISER t Emperor Visit to His Royal Alliance Ruinon Opens the Fight on the Ar i racnlan OutragesParachutist r BaldwinaNarrow welcome ac corded the German io different fromjthat which greeted him when last he came to pay his respects to his rojal is the best confirmation of the rumors that an alliance has been practically enteredlnto between Ger many It shows itself in every detail of the reception of the The sailors on the German im perial yacht Hohenzollern and the other German vessels escorting the emperor are mixing cordially with the English sailors and English residents on the Isle of and frequently join in singing the national anthems of both coun This condition of things is in marked contrast to that which pre vailed on the occasion of the emperors former when the German sailors were merelytolerated at a The delay in the emperors coming is ex plained by that the queen dis likes to have state guests on her hands on Had he arrived on Satur according to tho original he would have been obliged to pass a miserably dull day at Osborne and the queen would have bcsn obliged to spend much time with The kaiser there fore decided to pay a flying visit to the king of the Belgians and so fill in the After his inspection of the Eng lish menofwar and the dock wit nessing the races of the royal yacht club and arranging matters withLord Salis bury ho will be ready to start onthe re turn trip at dawn on Saturday The Emperor William rose early this morning and indulged in a horseback ride to He subsequently break fasted with the queen in the gardens at tached to the Osborne After breakfast he1 was driven to ac companicc by the Prince of Then he embarked on the latters tho which started in the race for the queens which is down for today in the Bowes regatta under the auspices of the Eoyal Yacht The weather is warm with hardly any and the out look for the race is not very Gladstone has evidently made up his mind to make a fight on the Armenian outrages by the He made a good beginning yesterday and drew a charac teristic admission from Sir James Fer parlimentary secretary to tho foreign office and spokesman for the ministry on foreign The news papers have been filled with the minute details of the mnrderof men and the ab duction of women by Turks in Erzcroum and statements of the distribution of rifles by Turkish officials among the sav age and fanatical but the govern ment has not received a word officially on the subject and therefore can take no But it continues to support the Turkish government which allows these outrages to go on and cannot make any remonstrance until the British consul Erzeroum wakes up and makes a report to Sir William the ambassador at and he in turn sends an official communication to the foreign The English people are gradually becoming worked up on the subject and the liberals are preparing to thrash the matter out in Daily yews has already a man on the ground and the government will find it hardto explain away its action in face of the ter rible state of things he is bringing to THE SALVADORIAN A Peaceful Settlement Expected Witliin a a Short SAX General at the head of the Guatema lan has taken near the Tho loss of this place has obliged the Guatemalan government to concentrate its troops towards the A Guatemalan dispatch says it is untrue that an attempt was made to assassinate President and denies that the revolution is of any The diplomatic corps has offered to ne gotiate for peace and the offer has been It is expected a peaceful set tlement will be arranged within a few President Barillas says that he will not and that he prefers death to President Ezctas terms are tho recognition of his government and tno nonintervention of other powers in the interior of the government of San IN BUENOS The Financial Crisis Still Un BUENOS standing the fact that the insurrection hero has terminated great excitement prevails throughout the It is rumored that a new issue of in paper currency will be A bill introduced in the chamber of deputies providing for a forced The National bank has resumed pay The bourse is still and the panicky feeling in commercial circles The press is forbidden by the government to comment on the The premium on gold is 209 per 1resldeiit Celman re ceived here says President of Argentine presented his resig nation to giving as the reason the financial difficulties through the Republic is Ho has been tho dispatch by Vice President OENERAL FOREIGN of Greek Monasteries Unriied 5 and Twenty Monks from Ath on Mount tho holy mountain of the Greek destroyed a largo number of Greek monasteries and twenty Monks and hermits perished in the damage is estimated at A Parachutists the para was advertised to make a balloon ascension a descent by means of a parachute at and a large assemblied witness the At tho last moment ho announced that he would ascend and the disappointed ciowd attempted to lynch He and roughly but finally managed to break away and escape the fury of the mob by climbing a high wall and taking to his leaving his balloon and other property behind Salisbury Receives William will present a lifesize portrait of him self to in recognition of the marquis1 aid in bringing about the AngloGerman Died of Their Injuries of the men hurt by the explosion of firedamp at Etienne yesterday have died from the effects of their t cured by Miles Samples free at drug A cloudburst in tw killing the fireman and seriouslytwound ing and The San Iancisc6 whichwas de reach Yucca a few minutes afterjjhe freight having had a UNIQUE a Uie Stock Show lit the Worlds H publlshcrjrofthe Breeders has written a letter to the worlds fair head quarters relative to a unique and thor ougaly original plan for a live stock ex hibit His plan em bodies theifollowing features There shall be selected placed on exhibition a fully rep resentative male and female matured specimen of each and every breed of sheep and swine laised in the breeds to be classified and grouped with reference to the special adaption and use of The specimens not be the most expensive that might be but in every case must be such as are most thoroughly characteristic of the breed In the selection of these specimens none but animals bred and raised United States should be con The secretary of agriculture has assured Sanders that feels disposed to adopt this as part of the plan of exhibit to be made under direction of Jiis To reap possible benefit of this part of the ex hibit as an attraction to the San ders says Invitations should be all over the world soliciting foreign coun tries to furnish representations of breeds not yet introduced into this i RAILROAD Change of Time of the Local Sunday Train 1 rom Here and The change made in the bunday time table of the or Qumcy local is greatly appreciated by train but hardly so much so bo the travel ing though to be the Sunday travel not The instead of leaving at 2 will during the Bluff Park season depart at The Rbdkrlsland has issued a circular In which it is stated that within a few weeks all employes will be furn ished blanks upon which they will be ordered place answers to questions concerning their social married or and many other All men whose reputation is not good will be dis We wonder if the road expects the men to give themselaes a Itad reouta The makes the following suggestion with reference to the Sunday As theBnrling passenger does not leave Burlington on Sunday until would it notbe wellfor the company to carry passengers south on the early afternoon freight as heretofore This would enable Madison and Burling ton people to visit Bluff Park without waiting until MURDER AT George Kronse Stabbed by Herbert Wy TVho 31istakes Him For Another Wymau murdered George Krouse mistak himfor Joseph whom he had forbidden to visit his Wyman met Dockendorf with his daugh ter at the picnic at Gross Park Sunday arid again forbade him going with Dockendorf proceeded to black Wymans eye and handled him pretty Wyman sharpened his and today he came upon the man whom he supposed was Dockendorf with his back turned and deliberately plunged his knife to the hilt under Krouses left Wy man was taken into TERRIBLE Ucpttrt of a Kallroad VTreclc ivitli Great of has been re ceived of a accident that hap pened at Bools station near An express train left the rails and rolled down an three of the cars falling intoi a There were 120 persons in the cars and their It is believed the loss of life is very some placing it at Ue Wasnt Saying a following correspondence was opened by a dispatch from a small village ten miles down the river from hero A lioater taken from river here At morgue awaiting identifica Sew very briellly most charac teristic marks for Chief of Vrore completesuit excepting Yetc he also dent and dumb NEW He ilia not Thisis what joit ought to in you must have to fully enjoy Thousands arc searching for it and mourning because they lind it Thousand upon thousands of dollars are spent annually by our people in thu hope that they mayattain this And yet it Had by We guarantee that if used according to di rections and the use persisted will bring you good digestion and oust the de mon Dyspepsia and install We rccomuiend jElectric Bitters for dyspepsia and diseases of stomach and Sold at 50c and per bot tle at Henrys drug A Destructive since the summer of IS53 lias Louis county suffered from such a destructive and protracted drouth as at The acreage sown in wheat has yielded an average of twelve bushels to the Corn is in bad The oat crop Is a total failure caused by an insect of the and vegetables of all kinds are extremely Xpwvbyday the sun is Scorching turning like lobsters boiled this Green to While by night1 theskecters hover around and over sheets and Let of Iretty know whatlt Cure the bites and change the And get a Ponds Extract bottle buir trademark Noughts Koclc Island Kucic Liquor Dealers Protective association of the twentyfirst district met in annual con vention here The old officers were reelected and it was decided that dclcgatcs to the state convention bo in structed to agitato the formation of an insurance auxiliary to the Excursion Tickets to Chicago via IS on sale August 2nd to good return ingAugust 7thto one fare for round plus for admission to Military drill Account of meeting of the Patriarchs Militant and August 3d to A Ship Probably British shin Francisco Febru ary 26 last for and since that not jbecn heard irom and hqirownerS have about given up as i 1 cured sb A Des Moines Has and a Colony Will be Located in Eacli lauiily Will Own Its Own lloi And Each Person will Receive a mpensation of Not Than Thirty Cents a DBS Moines has a genuine Bellamy and a colony is now being formed which will locate this fall at Lake The so is not very and it Is feared the scheme may tall through for want of enough visionaries to make it a successful Tho promoters of this socialistic scheme arc Ernest until recently editor of the Macy of Drake Meredith and a few They propose to put S500 each into a common fund for the purchase of tract of land upon which they will reside and cultivate in on genuine Bellamy These are primarily to cooperate and not Each family will its own home and each person will receive a fixed com pensation forhis not to exceed 30 cents a day of eight hours The proceeds of their over above the will go into fche com mon They do not propose to give up the marriage but the labor of housekeeping as to the be done away and will be done in common by individuals under competent super They will a most compli cated system of and propose to keep a community store and sell goods at cost to the The results of this Community will be watchedwith in terest by the remainder of and if successful may prove a boon to man But It will a success so long as humanity have aspira tions and and an itching to at the top of the heap in general The JCailway Commissioners the Joint Kate railway commission have revoked the schedule of joint rates promulgated by them July and which was supposed to have gone into force In its stead they have issued an order providing that where a shipment is made over two or more lines In this each road shall be entitled to cignty per cent of the local as provided in the tariff which goes into effect The former schedule the railroads of the state opposed bit and refused utterly to put it into effect The north and south lines and the shorter roads have been especially aggrieved by The new schedule will be very much more satisfactory to the shorter The Iowa rates are very hign for short distances and low in pro portion for long They will get within twenty per cent of the maximum local more than which they could not get in any event except it was given them by the other roads to get the busi A FASCINATING Osceola Citizens Taken in by a a sensation has transpired here in the last few days through the operations of a man register ing at the Howe house as who tremely fascinating as the sequel The doctor claims to have plenty of money and desired to make huge invest ments in lands and loan Sev eral of our good citizens were ready to him in securing good among whom were our worthy sheriff and one of our real estate After many parts of the countr and setting prices of various he hired a livery of the saying he would be back for getting his hotel bill and and other small Our sheriff has just returned from an extended trip through northern but failed to discover the whereabouts of either the livery team or PARIS GREEN FOR An Iowa Man Meets Misfortune at an Enemys State Veterinary Surgeon of this returned from where he has beeu investigating the poisoning of stock on the farm of Jacob He found that paris green had been mixed with salt and dropped in twentyfive or thirty places in a pasture by some per as yet Up to date eigh teen head of cattle and two horses have Circumstances it is to a youngGerman residing near by as the person who committed the It Is said that he sought revenge on account of the fact that his addressess to Aults daughter looked upon with HORSEWHIPPED A A Madison Woman Punishes i 3lau Who Got Her Husband other night a woman below the average height was noticed to be visiting the saloons on Pine street and vicinity in an excited In her right hand she carried a horse and blood was in her her manner that some thing was in the and so it As she turned the corner of Pine and Front streets sheespiedthe object oilier eager He was a sixfooter and and was standing in the near the talking to a party of Hushing up to him she ex You are the one who got my husband and at the same time beginning to ply the This she in a manner surprising foi one of her Nor did she cease until her strength wasgone and her victim out of her bhe then dropped the whip and passed down the while the recipient of the chastisement from sight in a neighboring beer and then undoubtedly hurried home by of alleys and the back COLONEL SELLERS OTHER A Visionary Pipe Lake Superior Waterto tiiD has just the prospec tus of a new company which he proposes to The object is to supply Chicago with pure cold water from Lake It is proposed to carry the water in three pipes six feet in Lewis claims that the pressure of water will wash out the Chicago river and keep a constant current through the proposed drainage The Lompany is to be for several million A MURDEROUS OFFICER father of theTdead man Similar were made Cedar Falte by lots pie and feared a i great difference as to the jnsS tlncationof the i A lady Terribly toTHE Co Augv te litha aged struck and instantly killed by bound Rock Island train near the deaf and dumb in this city at live oclock this The victim was a and resided near the Her body was terribly Two llors boyS EUa Haggertj7 of andf7 William of Wilton were seriously injured in the Island yards here this They v were stealing a ride and hid between two v of lumber In Tn making a switch the lumbercar struck another one with considerable force and the lum her piles slid badly crushing1 the T r well known elevator firm of Dickey Jt has decided to locate mammoth elevator at this Dickey have an elevator system alt along the line of the Illinois Centralt and its branches in Iowa and are the largest grain buying businesses m the A year ago Fort Dodge had not a single elevator now it has f Jtejolcins Over the Special to The HawkE people of this little village and community art rejoicing over a good the first we have had for nearly two It Is too late for the corn in but it will do A ISnildin io fx lent storm Sunday night the Atlas dis tillery building in the southeast part of this city was leveled to the HAWEYE In Arresting Ttvo Drunken Men lie One anil Wounds the Special to late hour last night a young man named Dexter living was shot byDeputy Marshall Slingly and diedsoon His Albert also but not The young men had been in town and were returning home drunkwheni to arrest They resisted drewhfs revolver and shot1 Jones through thabdUyXMillcr downTbjr v Bartlett closed a very successful session of the Iowa State Normal insti tnte at Mason City Saturday evening by a grand The chorus of fifty A CnCKCK Jacob Sterner and Matt Stevens are under arrest at Mason while a public baptismal service was being held at the they astonished the crowd byundressing and in an entirely nude condition jumped into the WEXT to SLEEP ox THE urday evening George Henry was struck by a Stl Paul passenger train on the Northwestern Missouri and if not He was intoxicated at the time and was lying on the track at a His inju ries are HOT DEAD BCT brake man on an east bound while the train was waiting at Beckwith for anotherlaid down near the track and went to 3 came along after and the engineer seeing him stopped the train to pick up a dead With an unearthly snore tho man snddenly was resurrected and came to town with his eyes As UxpROFrrABLE interest ing suit at Fair field closed Friday evening The case was caused by the death of a cheap sold a horse for which he had traded a day before to Bales and after being in Bales hands for a week or the animal passed in its Bales sued Wilson and attached his gold watch as part pay The case was first taken before Squire but a change of venue taken by the prosecution toSquire The trial lasted three days and resulted In the costs and SI damages being charged to the It was a rather expensive the costs being about S46 and the horse valued at FIRE AT WHAT early Sunday morning destroyed onehalf the business portion and forty residences of What The fire originated at AArmstrongs meat market and is supposed to have been the work of an incendiaryThe alarm was sounded shortly after and the flames were under control until three The fire department was less because of lack of water and noth ing saved the entire north half otthe town except a change in the direction of the Broadwaythree blocks north on both sides of Barnes street everything was swept including the opera Crescent supply the Harlem and Parrot the build ings occupied by Leathers and general and many other business At least forty residences were The largest losers are Funk and The Presby terian church was also The total loss is estimated at Tight a of fight took place near Hastings Sunday night be tween remnants of a sang once led by the famous Doc and party of men on the ranch of Frank The outlaws made an attempt to drive off Taylors but were The robbers but a vigilance committee is being formed to capture A Terrible pharmacy was blown to pieces by the explosion of L large quantity of benzine Clerk Corrtfl was frightfully burned and will Three firemen were crushed in the of Pal Gallagher was fatally the others will re It is runiorcda number of people who roomed above the store lost their lives in the JEnjoy The pleasant gentle action and soothing effects of Syrupof when 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