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   Burlington Hawk-Eye (Newspaper) - August 13, 1890, Burlington, Iowa                                TABLISHED BURLINGTON WEDNESDAY MORNING AFGTJST hree Resolutions Before the Sen ate Limiting Tariff Bill Jn the Proposi lloninllie House to JExtend Appro priations er Bceds Sharp Jooks to jjav as though some lively times were at tand in the Edmunds today introduced Ms order of last cut Si down the tariff debate in the senate M five by each senator on each Blair introduced anoth iTprevious question rule and Senator Hoars previous question rule as prepared By the caucus is pending before Uie committee on The democrats chafiing under this shower and are Illely to anake a fight when Edmunds looks as though it would be supported by as Edmunds has been up to nisllmc about the only prominent re publican opposed to the limitation of de Xow that he has taken hand in its he evidently means it means the passage of the lection bill also it is impossible yet to the indications point in PER WEEIGl citizens of tho United States THE Favorably Imported to the Senate Wltl an flip hnnc antilottery bUl was favorably The The senate 501 to business this morning without the Jsnal necessity of compelling the attend ince of a Hale reported back the house bill iotitcnd the census law so as to require to he obtained from unin express and it from the judiciary com reported an amendment to be iffered to the river and harbor and splalned that Its purpose was to make t unlawful to obstruct the navigation of my of thc navigable waters of tho United The amendment was laid on the aWeand ordered Edmunds presented a motion for itbangeof rules by limiting debate on ilitariff bill which he had offered at the lie of adjournment yesterday and it jslald on the table and ordered tir also offered a resolution for such a ige in rules as would permit the pre s question to be moved after the sitlon had been considered two the same disposition made of Pryc asked unanimous consent to senate bill taken up and authorizes the secretary of the y to settle the indebtedness to thc imeut of the Sioux City and Pa jrailroad The tariff bill was then taken up and jan resumed his argument against increase duty provided for tin ling to Edmunds motion to limit and other propositions of a like Morgan said no democratic itor desired to prevent the passage of They had merely attempted 1o a free and full discussiou of inssion which had not taken place in and which was choked off by roles of that body and their adminis Daniels spoke of thc proposed in of duty on tiu plate as another in tlic relentless aud inexorable war thc republican party was en against the agricultural and pro ig classes of the Eefer totlic proposition to limit Is said that such a gag rule would lilting to wind up to sad and tragic tomedy before the Those who for the farmers were to be gagged and were to be told to leak their live minutes and go ho upon Amer in if you can hear such sug ftstioit with pleasure or without indig Moody said he was advised by a ijority oi the finance committee that n amendment was to be offered imposing pnty on and after the first day of Jan ISli on black oxide of tin and on IT block and pig and he asked aSricli whether that was Aldrich assented to the correct or thc Moody said there was no provision the bill of more importance to thc peo lo of Us own state and to a large por of the people of the Unitee States the provision that would impose a of four cents a pound on mataliic Within the last six years the most tensive and probably the richest tiu toes in the world had been discovered Hills of South Dakota and Kot only was tin there but on for tin plate and coal out of which would to made for fuel to do the prk Whatever he could do to rate or dcvelope manufacturing liidus ics in tho west he would Tic tariff bill waslaid aside tcmporari Md Allison reported back the house Ulo continue contemporarily appro lations for the support of the govern snt and it went over until After an executive session the senate The PMrSmXUTOX from the committee on appro reported a joint resolution cx temporarily until August 2Dth appropriations for the support of the ivcrnnient not already provided for in general appropriation bills already It was licforc the pass oi the resolution Cannon explained appropriation items of the civil MryWll had been agreed The lymatterupon which therewas still a agreement was the item of legislation MM upon it by the senate which the land and irrigation in nearly onehalf of thc of the United legislation was of far reaching im wuncc and did not belong upon the PPropmtion It was this legisla mV had the passage of the civil bill and rendered necessary OK the appfopria motion of the senate nonconcurred to house bill for the establishment of a park at the battlefield of Chicka papers published In foreign countries shall not be excluded from the mails under the provisions o this bill unless in the tte master general they are being circulated for the purpose of advertising lottery schemes Jn violation of tho laws Ac companing the bill isaletter from the at torney general givingan opinion upon the other antilottery bills before the com Legislation of this character that to exclude newspapers containing lottery advertisements from the says the attorney has been upheld by the and it seems to be settled that it is competent for con gress to authorize the postmaster general to refuse the use of the mails to any per sons engaged in the lottery It is generally believed on the republican side of the house that a special order will be made setting apart Saturday next lor tlm consideration of the antilottery ILLINOIS CENSUS She Is Third State in lie UiJiiu in Illinois is to the Tho struggle of a generation is and it is now the third state in the union in For thirty Tears Ohio kept ahead of it and Illinois was the fourth in Hence forth the Prairie state will lead the Its population as fixed by the rough count made in the census office is Ohio at the very best figur ing wont be able to go much beyond so Illinois is fully IOWA iycarcaane isclose out of Diugley a resolution was gXUor he arrest of absenVmem te bill was passed attending pi payment to the purchasers of the Omaha tribe of vlndions in kk f HAULED HOWS OTJH lnsnlt Which Salvador Ouickly received from 31 ade in Iowa for 1li WVek Kiiding Special to The following postoflice changes were made in Iowa during thc week ending August 1S90 Postmasters Fa yette Mary Ann Brayton Bris Worth Chapman Cen tral Linn Henry Porter Chickasaw Cora Haydeu Palo Alto Charles Tcrwilliger Marshall Henry Maniou Iowa Carrie Cunningham Honey Pottawattamie Joseph Tratlcy Lake Pottawattamie Wright Allama kee Myers Kos suth Hcssel Lee coun Clifton Discontinued Cherokee county West Iowa HEWS FHOM Xecroes and Whites Meet in the Interest of the Klection two hundred negroes and perhaps a score of white men attended a mass meeting here last night in the interest of the federal election Speeches were made by Eeprcsentative of General of John Langston and Assistant Post master General among sent letters of Ouays Rules Amendment after noon Quay offered a resolution to amend the rules of the senate providing that duriug the present session the sen ate will take up for condideration any legislative business other than tho traffic general appropriation bills re lating to public buildings and public and senate or concurrent resolutions that the considera tion of ail other bills to be postponed un til the next that the vote on the tariff bill and all amendments thereto be taken on the 30th of without further debate until the con sideration of the bill and the amend ments bi The resolution went Reeds speaking on a resolution in the house of criticised a ruling made by the speaker yesterday on a point of order raised by The speakers only reply was The attitude of the speaker towards the gen tleman from Arkansas has been con of polite endurance of what can not be Applause on the republican TiielVomau Suffrage in be half of the majority of the members of thc Womans Suffrage Committee today reported favorably the proposed constitu tional amendment give women the right of To Suppress AVhite Cap Secre tary of the interior today received a tele gram from the governor of Xew asking foi troops to suppress white cap DELAWARE State Convention at The Ticket Tho demo cratic convention here was called to or der at 1 Thc usual committees were Thomas Bayard being made chairman of tho committee on ExGovernor Charles Stockley was chosen permanent chair man at 2 The platform was read and adopted amid great It reaffirms fidelity to the principles of civil liberty contained in the charter of the national government arraigns the republican administration and congress for the reckless and wanton expendi ture which has converted the treasury surplus into a deficit denounces the speaker of the house for arbitrary rulings protests against the passage of the force bill which it declares would de prive thc state of local self government denounces and protests against the pas sage of the McKinley tariff bill con demns the prospective tax on tin plate denounces the use of money at the polls and urgently recommends the enactment of the Australian or some other equiva lent ballot Kobert Reynolds was nominated for governor on the first et e city of San Salvador Wzed ii government titv Jlmericai1 consulate of that damaged ahe opartment the same i 1d Mizner w demand full aUmniL V reinstatement clnof thc Consulate and see the United States and c Last night awnng the provisional govern Salvador had hoisted our Hag ynted States consulate at the same time with twentyone guns been reinstated and United Stai Acting 5s most grati from this news that ions desirous and anxious to i Protect the rights of tho ppi Constitutional The constitutional convention assembled promptly at twelve oclock The convention was called to order by Secretary of State and General Featherstone was chosen temporary Calhousewas elected president the convention on the first After electing Judge Calhonn president the constitutional convention completed its organization and adjourned till to The suffrage question is the main issue to be dealt It is be lieved it wiil bo effectually settled and the Austrlian system modified or amended will bo grafted into the constitution as the most acceptable means of regulating thc great California The re publican state convention met at the state capitol today at two Campbell was elected temporary chair man and Frank Eyan temporary secre Chairman Campbell appointed the usual committees which thecon vention adjourned till ten oclock to The four leading candidates for governor are Colonel Congressman General CLipman and A The NewYork Central People ters of the The Blockade Still Den ant and Confldentof their Ultimate from Alonsr the NEW the Grand Central depot this morning there no longer existed even the substance of a trains were going and coming with all the appearance of their usual and the inflow and out flow of passengers was as great as General Manager Toucey this morning received a telegram from the assistant superintendent of the Syracuse yards stating that order was fully restored there and that trains were running with out ho ended the Vice Webb said the road now had all the men it Reports from along the New York Cen tral railroitas indicate strike is practically at an Passenger trains are running on time between here and Albany this morning and tho delay west of there is All trains are now leaving the Grand Central depot ex actly on and incoming trains are only slightly Freight traffic has been partially resumed and the block ade of cars is being Leaders of the strike are still and talk mysteriously about some im portant move to be made which will al low them to retire from the fight with flying colors upon the basis of a compro mise with the railroad Every thing is very but whether this calm is merely a lull before the storm will bo known in a few The strikers have been in secret ses sion all receiving reports from various pickets on One of tho officials said to a reporter We are just is strong now as we were Friday Railroad officials have been giving out also reports to the newspapers in order to discourage The strikers still maintain that they nave yet another card to but are reticent as to just what that card ostofliee authorities say today that all nails were arriving nearly on the delay being very All out going mails are dispatched on The Strike Practically York Ceu jel officials here are more confident than that the so far as this end of he road is is practically in charge of Pinkerton men at 2ast declares that the strike s No strikers have appeared in he yard since it was cleared yesterday All trains are running on isual Troops Ordered General orter announces that troops on duty at r near Syracuse have been ordered it appearing that their presence is iOt required A Knights of Labor follow ng is the synopsis of an editorial on the anderbiit strike that will appear in this weeks Knights of Labor Journal From he moment whenthe active management f tho New York Central passed into the lands of VicePresident Webb he began i systematic attempt to break up and de troy the organizations among the com anys first organizing against he Knights of though doubtless IB had his plans laid before for an attack pon the engineers and n his an opportune moment hould Webb plainly aspires o the same bad eminence from which be infamous Austin Corbin proclaimed liat no member of any labor organiza iou was in the employ of the railway he The immediate cause of the triko was the systematic and evidently arefully planned discharge of Knights f Labor Although to the general lublic the strike was a the auses which let to it existed for some ime and among these conversant with he situation it had for some time been cared that tho strike could not be however much the necessity for t might be What lope can be placed upon the engineers nd firemen we cannot but the iistory of the past does not afford the iromiso that they will have the wisdom to see that the defeat of the Knights will nly be a signal for the commencement f the attack upon STKffiEBS STILL iforc the Week it Over the Rotid Will He Tied Up as Tight as a so They NEW ng the statements of the officials of the Ccw York Central that the back bone of he strike is broken and the apparent be ef of the public in these the trikcrs themselves are still confident hat the crisis has not yet been reached nd before the week is over the road vill be tied up as tight as a his belief is strenghtencd by a spirited nccting of over six hundred strikers this When Master Workman Lee vas asked this afternoon the reason why he told the reporters that the firemen vould go out last ho said ho had very reason to believe tho firemen in he Grand Central depot would go Wo are on very friendly terms with the and it is still the said that they will Reports read the meeting showed only one or two esertions from the ranks of the strikers taken place so Reports froni owns along the line stated tho strikers re as hopeful as they were Friday This running of trains on chedule said one of the leaders of he is all I tell you not a rain has been switched yet they ara sent tut as they come in without regard to INSIDE HISTORY OP THE employes Discharged Uecaune They Were Not ISccause They Were NEW a reliable ource it is in connection with he Central that after a pretty careful examinationthe officers of the New York Central system became con that outside Influences had been brought to boar upon the employes and hat they had been led to nurse a feeling of hostility to the and also had ecn brought to believe that through rganizationHhey could bend the company to their It was found that many of the employes believed that Presi dent Depew still had political ambitions and therefore not dare antagonize employes of his It was this spirit tho officers of the Cen system they found that they must sooner or later They had no eeling against the Knights of Labor or any other organization until they saw that men acting as Knights were using the organization to create this discord upon tho Webb says that the in found it necessary to discharge a certain number of These men say now that they were discharged because they were Knights and they have partially suc ceeded in including the community to be lieve that they were dismissed simply be cause they were members of a labor or Yet three months ago the New York found that they bad got to meet not in the shape of an but in tho influences that the members of that organization were The fact that the Knights of Labor bad established memberships among the employes of this road has been known to its officers since but they riot care about It was the the tho shirking of the insolence and defiance of some of the so these managers which compelled this corporation in selfpro tection to take decisive They did not discharge the sixtyfive men because they were Knightsof but because they found that as individual employes they had done things for which they should bo and tho corpora lion managers believe have done these things because they had come under the malign influences of cer tain men who were using the organiza tion of the knights to further their own The Machinists The strike of machinists for nine hours is spreadin and about three thousand men are now Tho principal fight seems to be against the Westinghouse interests and by it is all employes of the numbering four thou will be A number of shops have already conceded the Ketnrued to The sulking switchmen and baggagemasters with one have returned to RAILROAD The mid Atlantic SoUl Million Dollars The sale of the Chicago and Atlantic railroad oc curred this morning in the United States court Charles of New representing Droxel Mor was the only his bid of was The sale of today means the termination of the llti ation for the Chicago and and an entrance into Chicago for the Erie in whose interest the Chicago and Atlantic was Tho system will be reorganized and operated by the and John will be presi This sale completes the Erie sys giving it a trunk lino from New York to JCumorcd Sale of the A rail road here to attend the sale of the Chicago and says positively that the Canadian Pacific has purchased the The next election of Wabash officers will show it to bo Until that time the deal is supposed to be a The majority of Wabash stock is owned in England and agents of the Canadian company have been quietly athcring it in until they now own a ma lority of the Iassenger Conductors Every passenger conductor on the Louis and Texas railroad has been dismissed and the places of the discharged men illed by promoting freight tt is generally believed that dishonesty was the motive for the A Change of KAXSAS The Chicago and Paul are to move the headquar ters of their freight department to Kan sas Tho change is officially an lounccd and will probably take place the first of A VISIONARY Illinois Democrats Will Try to Capture the General effort of the llinois democracy this fall will be di rected to the capture of the general The object is not so much the election of General John Palmer to he United States scnatorship as to con trol the redistricting of the The census renders it certain that the popula iou of the state will not reach four mil ion and that it will probably be only about thirtyeight hundred Cook county will have close on 000 this will give it sixteen of the fifty one senatorial which will be represented by sixteen senators and ortyeight members of the Cook county will also be entitled to six of the wentyone members of The general assembly to be chosen this fall will rcdistrict the The democrats vant to do the They herefore aim at securing a majority in both branches of the general The chances arc against them in the senate as sixteen of the twentysix hold over senators are but they will try hard to overcome the majority ailing in they will try to capture the house that they may dictate terms to the The idea will be to make as many democratic senatorial and congressional districts as In scheme the democratic bosses will lave a powerful They will be sustained by the corpor itc tho telephone and gas which fear hostile Also by the gamblers which wants a revision of the pool They will also e supported by the dram shops OHATSWORTH Their Annual Reunion Lightly Attended and Chats worth wreck survivors held their annual nceting yesterday at Eerketts The attendance is diminishing every and public sentimentisstrongly against perpetuating remembrance of that awful Short speeches were uade by several It is not thought that another meeting will bo ISurglars at Dallas Special to Tho DALLAS one oclock this morning two burglars commenced to crack some dwellings in They went to Squire Bliss resi dence on Fourth street Ho not Doing at home Bliss ordered them to depart which they They tried Deetricks dwelling but could not effect an Samuel Casaniaz was the next where they secured a gold watch and forty cents in small By this time tho marshal got wind of tho thieves and started on a run for the scene of At the same time he roused what persons lie could on his They were corraled in Enos Blacks several shots were but no one was touched and the burglars made good their This morning the marshal started In having heard they wore at No tidings have been received bcre of anyone being Henderson Couutv Special to The HawkEyeJ re publicans of Henderson county met in convention at this place today and tho following ticket was put in the field County Rosco Cooper county Sumner McMillan W Brock coounty John Lukcris county superintendent of C C Butler county WC Walker states This is by far the bestticket pjrt has put before the people for anc while there were several candidates foi most all the offices it gives very genera at will be the representative convention and it clearly predict the nomination of Ander from and from Mercer Governor Fifcrs and Fifer left today for Vir and Warm Sulpher Wesl to be absent two and state convention of the Farmers and Laborers State union convened here e Tbj convention was in secret session all day Beechams Pills act like mnglc on a wcajc MIDST ROAR The National Encampment at Boston in Full Arrival of Secretary Tracy and Military Parade the largest Ever Seen In Vis in the the weather been made to order for the vet erans the conditions hardly have been more favorable for the Grand Army of the Republic demonstration today than they are The inflnt of visitors continued during the entire and this morning the streets and sidewalks of the principal streets are packed with It is estimated that one hundred thousand visitors will be In the city Before eight oclock the roar of can non from the fleet in the harbor an nounced that the Dispatch with Secre tary Vice President Morton and 3eneral Sherman on board had arrived n the The distinguished gentle escorted to the Vendome and subsequently they took scats on tho grand President Harrison breakfasted at the Vendome Shortly after nine ocloblf ho received the governor and a state delegation and the party took car riages and rode over a portion of the route the parade to view the decora After the drive thd president took Is place on the reviewing stand and was soon surrounded by other notable gen During the ride the president recipient of many expressions of ood will and respect from crowds along After considerable delay in the forma tion of the ComraanderinChief Alger at with his full staff of six iimdred mounted escorted by the 13th Massachusetts cavalry and headed y a corps of mounted rode to the icad of the Illinois department and the greatest military street pageant ever vitnessed in Boston began its All along the route vast crowds of people vitnessed the procession from itands and As early as nine oclock in the morn ng the space in the vicinity of Copley square was densely crowded and the ortunato possessors of tickets of admis sion to the grand stand at that point early in their The seats reserved or the presidential party were to the At ten oclock a carriage drove up and General Sherman took a seat in the ront At twenty minutes past ten cheers announced the coming of the iresidcnt and a few minutes later the carriage drawn by four horse drove up vith Governor brackett and President A second carriage bore Vice resident Morton and Mayor Hart fol owed by carriages containing Secre aries Tracy and Private Secretary Admiral William Cabot General Sickles and other promi nent Scarcely had the applause vhich greeted the presidential party ubsided when there was a flutter ex citement which broke into hearty cheers is the familiar face of Logau appeared above the sea of up urned Logan was ac ompanied by Alger and McKee was the center of attraction quite overshadowing her illus rious father in her fresh The appearance of General who rode a pirited was the signal for the rising f the president aud As each epartment came in front of the he colors were hats and n many instances rousing cheers given or the Uncle Jcrrry Rusk oming in for a big portion whcn WIs onslon passed in the At a squad of mounted immedi tely followed by CotnmanderinChief Alger and made their appearance in Adams The commander was eceived on the reviewing stand by Gen ral Butler and General Butler lad been on the stand since one lardly had he taken his position on the evicwmg stand when tho head of the recession came into Generals Alger and Butler stood side by side aluting column after column asthey After the long march which the veterans had they braced hemselves for a good appearance as they assed their and did ost n of Chicago gave the first cheer t tho call of hurrah for our next presi and they were given t came the call for three cheers for General from the Wisconsin and they were also given with a In the honors were well divided between the two throughout the assing of the On the ap earance of the posts with tattered arousing cheer vent Tho entire parade was a series of ovations for all the departments along the lino from thousands of The larade was live hours and thirtyfive ninutes in passing a given Viewed from Franklin the parade was a magnificent The rand arch at the head of the square was inely and was tho center of attraction especially to the eyes of tho as it a finely executed representation of the battle of as the parade appeared in sight of the grandstand at the square the air resounded witli cheer upon and when General Alger came in sight he ivas greeted with deafening The vrocession was a magnificent spec iacle from this the line of march reaching nearly two miles in a straight The Mayors club of Boston tendered i banquet tonight to President Harrison and the other distinguished The presidential party was over due at the Mechanics hall reception and after a brief ceremony at the Mayor Fisher introduced the who said wish to thank you for this cordial In this mag nificent parade we have seen to day of the survivors of the Massachu setts regiments of the war for the and in this magnificent parade of the Sons of Veterans coming onnow to take their fathers places in civil life and to stand as they were in their day bullworks of our nations We have seen a magnificent evidence of what Massachusetts has done in defense of the union and and in these young men we see tho sure promise of what she would do again if the exigencies shouh call upon her to give her blood in defense of the union Let me again cordially thank you for your interest and friendli to bid you good After the address the president ant members of the with Admira Gherardi and entered carriages am proceeded to the reception at the Me chanics At least fifteen thou sand people availed thcmselues of the opportunity to see and hear the distin guished Upon the platforn were Annie na tional president of the Woman Relief Miss Clarr Barber president of the Red Cross association and many Shortly after mm oclock General Alger followei soon after by General Genera Sherman was among the hrst speakers Just as General Sherman concluded hi the presidential party reachei the The distinguished visitor intro duced amidst tremendous Th president said Chairman and Comrades of tli Grand Army of the Republic I had im presslons both pleasurable aud painfn as I looked upon this great procession o veterans which swept through the streel of this historic capital today pleasurabl In the contemplation of so many face which shared together the perilsand glo ries of the great struggle for the unionr sensations of a mournful sortasf thought how seldom we should meet As I have stood in the great National ceme tery at Arlington and seen those silent batalions of J have thought iow swiftly the reaper is doing his work and how soon in the scattered cemeteries of ths land the ashes of all the soldiers of the grett war shall be gathered to honored And I could not help but feel that in thc sturdy tread of these battalion there was yet strength of heart and limb that would not be withheld if a present peril should confront the nation that you thought it altogether roper that I should take a brief furlough rom official duties to mingle with you lere today as a because every resident must the strength of he its defense in the army that is to muster under its banner vhen our nation is to be ound here in the masses of our On closing the president left at once and took the midnight train for Wash There were loud calls for VicePresi dent Morton and after considerable per uasion he was induced to say a few This closed the speech and the hall was quickly PRANCE WAKING Visit of the Minister tolirns aels cloud on the FrancoBelgian frontier Is growing dark r from day to The French ininis er at Brussels has suddenly started for a mission that may be fruitful f No wellinformed man in prance has any donbt of the truth of the ecently published rumor that King Leo Dold has concluded a secret treaty with lermany by which a German army vould be admitted into the Belgian fort esses on the which would enable hem to invade Franco through the least efensible corner of her frontier and to urn the great lines of works which pro ect the entry to France from her old rovince of Alsace and It is onceded that something of unusual itn ortancc must have come to the knowl dge of the minister to Belgium which he ould not entrust to the and he icrefore comes to Paris personally to onfer with the NEWS FROM OER THE orcl Salisburys Political Flirtation With the Vatican Salisburys olitical flirtations with the Vatican were entilated in the house of commons last ight and the radicals and Parnellites ave the ministers some hard Tim ealy declared with his usual plainness f speech that the mission of Sir Lintorn immons to Rome was not re and that not was he subject of his negotiations with the Of the ministere se ured a big majority on the ut an admission implying a great eal was from Sir It referred to thc mission f the duke of Xorfolk three years The said Sir had expressed rest satisfaction because of the liberty njoyed by the Catholic religion throngh ut the British aud that such berty ought to incite Catholics to be oyal to the As ninetenths of hese Catholics are the significance f the expression is not lost on English nd Irish The ministers re much worried over the publicity iven to these negotiations with the vati The Death of Cardinal death of Car ina although naturally to be xpected at his has produced a pro ound sensation in He had een steadily failing for six during the greater part of yesterday he ay in a semiconscious frequently ailing into About an hour be ore the end the cardinal asked to see ather his whose and he grasped as he smiled and mur urcd I hear thc music of heaven all s Several priests and others t the bedside were moved to tears at the The body of the cardinal will lie n state until when it will be nterred in Uednal He reached his last sermon on January VII of the morning papers print eulogistic otices of the dead The ost says that a great many persons who id not sympathize with his teachings vill feel the poorer that he is The Chronicle says that Englishmen will robably unite in demanding that he be in Westminster The devotes seven columns to his life nd bestowing upon him the ighest Thogh he is thc imcc the saint and the poet that vere in him The Standard says hat no Englishchurchman doubts that ic will have a glorious To Innish Murderous natives of me of the Caroline recently at acked an unarmed detachment of the Spanish garrison cutting wood in the Of thc one lieutenant and twentyseven soldiers were killed and thc rest Two boat loads of roops afterwards sent to attack the na ives met with such resistance that they vere compelled to A manofwar as now been ordered to the cPresIdeiit Cclmans House BCKXOS mob at the residence of exPresident Celman and threatened to burn it to the The government has placed a ordon of troops around the house for its The hundred and seventeen personsdied from cholera in Mecca In Jcddah seventy nine Floods in Hoods in Hun jary The harvest is Hany houses have collapsed and a num ber of lives have been t Special to The HawkEyeJ J3ES meeting f the Modern Woodmen today proved nite exciting and This morning when the time arrived for the pecial session ofthe head camp to be ailed to Head Consul f advanced to the front of ae stage and announced that it had een thought In view of the issn nce of the injunction by the Chicago not to sound the gavel to call to rdcr as the It had been eft in the hands of the executive com who had referred the matter to he attorneys for state camps and this ounsel tad made a report from which he executive committee had decided as He expressed the hope that he delegates present would do nothing 0 the injury of the but on the ther hand take such action ab would cdound to their whetherthe in inctionhcld good or was one of the attorneys onsnlted proceeded to read an opinion hud been handed to the executive ouncil containing a suggestion that the leeting r resolve into a committee of foodmah delegates and express their de res in There wasgen ral accord expressed with such a propb of Council vas unanimously elected to serve as hairmanof the Woodmen The afternoon session was quite revan seemed to the lead the llinois delegation who have been fight ig this special He de ouhccd the call as wholly unwar The Illinois men were opposed Woodmen holding the head camp utside of the state when the law pre That thesession now being held as not legally a head camp and no Voodman who is loyal to the order can ccept any action of this session as of cially the action of the head The scussion of the question of representa on was quite Statements were ade by parties and then denied by ihers and reached a culmination when reven stated that Ireland had not re eived thousands of dollars for local advice or the Woodmen when no legal depart ient He said two men were ving at the Orders expense and wanted o know what should be Chries of Put them were heard and the es tement ran Tonight they adopted to disapprove of the action of the arties in Illinois who obtained an in unction against the meeting of he head camp to request all 1 authority ssolved as lird to fix a basis of representation to he head camp at one delegate to each ame to favor the organization f a grand head camp at Illi with each state having four thous nd members in separate jurisdiction to advise all members to keep up icir payments of A com ittee of one delegate from each state Nebras a and Illinois was appointed to see that hese resolutions were carried The ead camp meets at Springfield in No EXIT JExrresident Grevy Grevy is seriously Favor of CITY OK dispatcli from La Libertad says Negotiations in favor of peace are progressing and an honorable solution of the is ex pected The Salvadorean troops are liolding a po ition ready to march on Guatemala at a moments notice A Doctor Fatally Sawyer was shot and probably fatally injured this afternoon by Bai ton w ho claims to be a correspondent of the Chi cago The trouble wa brought by the alleged intimacy between the doctor and Sanchers wife by Aug Daiiy special from Join says that thi breastwork of the furnace in tin Illinois Steel and Iron mill there blew out early this Mol ten metal burned one of whom died soon A Allen of the Manitoba and Northwestern rai has receiv ed a dispatch saying tha the recent frost in the valley of Minne dosa did no damage to A night burg lars forced their way into the Girarc postoffiee and carried everythm It is supposed that about S40 worthtof Java The Meeting of Modern Woodmen at Des Moines to thePacific the company will make no effort his He was appointed and by order ofthe Dubaque citys wo Prominent Officers Charged with Liv ing at the Orders tioria ing when award for lighting city JilriHoagland says theigy city will asked to makegood IOTA to get injunction soon as possible he Obnoxious Liquor Trade in loira is Rapidly Xearing its Special to The there as probably three carloads of beer in lis Today the most thirsty seek r fails to find enough to cool his parched It leaked out in the evening hat a meeting was held by the Temper nee and that this morning ould witness an attack all along the So withfcut farther all the riginal package dealers and saloons osed out their stocks during the ight and this morning the drouth is available teams in town were auling and loading the goods in nd so ends the original package business n The alliance will prosecute ach and every one found selling any ind of The business has run ampant here until all orderloving cople were disgusted and they hail with elight the removal of this curse from ur MASOX hasty con erence of the original package dealers f this city this morning resulted in a eueral agreement that all would close p business and not attempt to contest he legality of the present state rohibiting the sale of intoxicant drinks n every town and city in this Today ended the existence of the origi al package It is estimated that ully fifteen thousand saloons in Iowa vere in operation ninetenths f them have now closed order of the heriff all the original package shops in his city closed their doors They that they have retired from insiness and will not open up At Srinton two of them closed up Soturday iy advice of their and the Dthers were to close Some of the iriginal package agents at Waverly claim hat they have taken counsel of leading ittorneys of the who hold that the present Iowa prohibitory not In ffect under the recent congressional en and they propose to make a test the original package hops in this section of the state were pretty generally closed up DETECTED BY HIS TwentyFirst Annual Sewion of theCra Lodge at Des Moines Special tolhe tyfirst annual session of the GrandI Lodgaof Knights of Pythias will in this city tomorrow Incon junction with the grand lodge will bet held the eighth annual meeting of the Iowa brigade uniform rank The grand lodge officers arrived tonight and each train brings its contingent The parade tomorrow promises to be one of great Many Important matters will come up for Thesession will last througltThursday TODAYS ot the First District W1IL aicet in Keoknk to Xominate 12 The demo cratfc congressional convention of this district will meet in this city tomorrow to nominate a candidate for to succeed John 1C and to name a congres sional central Two years ago the convention was held at Colnmbns Junction where John Seerfey was the ballot being John Seerlejv 50 Benjamin 31 The convention will be held in the Keokuk opera house and wilf be called to order at eleven oclock by chairman of congressional All the seats in the parquet will be reserved tor the ninety two in The balance of the house will be for the ladies and gentle men who desire to and alt are in vited to do The counties of the dis trict will be designated by banners on which will appear the name of the county from which the delegates As was stated Mar ot this city has been selected to act temporary pres ent appearances the convention willcom plete its work tomorrow and the pro ceedings will be harmonious through Numerous gentlemen have been named in connection with the but at present the race appears to have nar rowed down between Burling and of Ft The former will be presented to the conven as the candidate of Des Moines county the latter as the candidate of Other gentlemen whose names have coupled with this congressional nomina tion are Babb and of Henry county of Washington county of Jefferson county Dodge and of Des Moines county of Van Buren and John of this Seerley was the first of the candidates to put in an coming down on the Burlington train this He has opened headquarters in room eleven at the Hotel the day he received numerous friends and called upon prominent democratsof the The afternoon trains are ex pected to bring in large delegations from the Gem and Orchard adherents of the respective candidates from those and it may confidently be ex pected that the boys will whoop it up lively tonight for their Hamil ton will come down this afternoon and will also have headquarters at the Hotel CROP in Fnll Blant in Special to The Threshing is in full blast and if it remains good weath er it will all be done within two Oats are but a half yielding from twenty to thirty bushels per The Crops in Cerro GordoConnty MASOX There has been no rainin this locality for the eight Corn will yield about half a potatoes half a wheat six bushels to the oats flax and hay from one and a half to two tons an A Lifers Attempt the guards at the prison made the lockup last evening one lifer named was Upon hunting he was discovered concealed under the floor of the From this narrow place he had hoped to crawl when night came on and scale the walls sunseen by the thus liberating Will Xot Have an Special to The a meeting of the Association of Fruit Growers and Gardeners in this city yes terday it was decided not to hold the contemplated horticultural exhibit dnr ing the meeting of the National Agricul tural Congress The cause of the failure was the lack of funds to carry V Chinaman Arrested in Council Clulls for a Chinaman and a new arrival in Ins recently opened a store and His unusual size attracted at ention and yesterday Chief of Police arey arrested him on the charge of con cealing stolen pi Upon thor ough inspection the chief found that he tallied with the description of Jo wanted by the Boston authorities for embezzling A Chinaman there drew that amount in a lottery and in srusted the collection of the pnre to Jo who fled with A REMINISCENCE OP FORREST Uow the Tragedian Employed Letters of Introduction to Jfew Orleans la 12 of this has discovered a valua ble relic in the form of an open letter written by him March from New Orleans to Edwin a college then eighteen years who had just made hisInitul appearance on the and was destined to become famous as a General had given him letters of introduction to prominent residents of New Forrest wrote that had mailed the letters in New Orleans and had awaited the calls of those to whom they were ad but none called on Ho had therefore concluded that custom in New Orleans required him to make the first call and present the letters in He closes with D the punctilio of the peo ple of New Dnbnqne to 12 Treasurer of the Chicago Globe Lfght and Heat arrived here yesterday to investigate the affairs of VolkerV the absconding local superintendent of the He says Volkert has not yet made good any portion of the deficit Anderson Nominated by Special to The ing the strong opposition of four coun ties Anderson was nominated as demo ocratic candidate for congress from the eighth The Informal ballot re sulted Anderson Bestow Ander son was then nominated by A farmer fleeced living east of was recently fleeced out of by confidence They inveigled the fanner into a card game and escaped with his money Tried to Commit Special to The IDA Perci val tried to kill himself by taking land num last Children The pleasant gentle action and soothing effects of Syrup of in need of a and when the father or mother be costive or bilious the most gratifying results follow its so that it is the best family remedy r known and every family should have Death of Capitalized SAX S a well known died last night of heart He had a conspicuous figure in San FranciscoV business circles since His wealth is estimated at and Nervous poor sexual cured by Miles Samples free Wittes drug j SAX The democratic convention met with two thousand The as had de cidedly rural element tTheVjda was spent in choosing temporary and permanent Theplatforn is astrong denouncing th exorbitant the fedrat electioobill and the recent Unite States Aplanteiwas insertebtde manding coachesJfoi and blacksvj Thesilpporter General Hogg for governor v Wlnslowa Soothing Syrup   

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