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   Burlington Hawk-Eye (Newspaper) - August 14, 1890, Burlington, Iowa                                THE BURLINGTON HAW fm ztfi f V ESTABLISHED THURSDAY AUGUST CERTS PER WEEK Nobody Will Know What Price the Government Will Will Hold u Caucus Tonight Unnecessary OratorvlVIll Ulscussed IVork of some un vnlained reason tho treasury officers are nosed to very secret and mysterious iithnrard to todays silver transac iiid refuse absolutely to give out with reaard to offers for saic of liver bullion to the aovern which may have been received by Scar department anui11 nro a riCTrii about i Sterim mil iiiitii tliiafternoon lhat ihe during the Liiiidnn prices of under any circumstances let light s now paid by the or nf tin mini this afler inil th1 follow slalelueut iu the purchased Witll the lliiis all tinre is to say M 17 1ariu liasefor San iilicn and New mints were ay iiuytliing n naard to the price from Unit Ihe purchases were yljly in vess tbe Lntidnn Speaker Ueed has agreed to com the urgent rcquesl of rnives Hopkins and Caldwell of the house postolhce who had presented the reijuest of a hundred mem bers thai next Saturday be sei apart for consideration of ihe amilottery bill in the The way having cleared by the postponement of ihe lard bill ihe friends of amilottery bill decided lo take the chances of gelling a luoruiu and passing ihe bill this week rather ihanm risk furier delay ai ihis siaee of ihe Unless some unfore seen difficulty should arise commit tees on rules will reporl a resolution next Saturday makingihe bill llie special order for thai and friends of the measure anticipate wore dancer from ab senteeism than from the efforlsof Ihe loi icrg The latter ac vigilant and experienced in the ways nf defealina attempts al legislation hostile in the lottery The bv letting it lie known this thai the cnmmittee rules would report the special has given everybody a chance to lie and if a Muorum be lacking ih absculees will uol Inable to shirk Uieir The members who have been pushing arnesily are sending out tele aiauis urging absent colleagues to end of the Attorney General Miller thinks there can he tin the pnwcr of con ares to make the mailing of lotiery let a continuous offense In and ineludina lliplace of delivery or al least there be nu question thai il is cnmpetent congress to make the nlTcnsc punishable as well in the district in which ihe nf desliiialion is iluatedas that in which the unlawful matter is Whether il is compe tent for make the otTense triable and iu an intemiediale adds the perhaps A Caucus REUNION OF OLD National Encampment of the Grand Army at Thousands Cheer Old eral About Tensions and a Grant ot menu He served with great distinction through the war and won credit for his gallant lighting on many Upon the muster out of his regiment Judge Ycasey returned to the practice of his being associated in business for a while with now secretary of He was for ten years judge of the supreme court of Vermont and resigned that position when ap pointed interstate commerce commis lie has been a member of the Crand Army for many years and his election is well received A auu of r for il rder of 11 lelldmetlt i amend UUahnma and Ir W I V tlent and ellin REPUBLICAN LEGISLATION ion al Tbe here n adiipted declares ic party d if miitary a tiie briahlel favm Ira inn cnntrnver and lunirnf labor IIUIHIC i neresity elldiire lliecniire lieed favnr I t triliielit law aaainM Tinpiatf interet n i VMI Tbe Tinplatfnrt fiir iliirt v veartl if III iiiatiship and JV In IU e page nf OHIO FARMERS ill ol I I I Mill I A U hundred ami in Inday M take inwards tleir interesis In aresand llie liriaham n There ia trniia ellori m tin1 and ticpmpo iliiui in il ampin Ittr firsl annual National Association i the I iiitd States lieaau ilciieral nt f of Washina in naard t ih relations lw parinient and it piomilna i Welfar FORGED HIS GRANDFATHERS NAME Cm MisilliT I ndera Kv has beard misina II nine disappeared day bill the to v al Viimliel ll i his liabilities will amount n Wllii lav in the lleaed that more than The Kentucky is as hiah in social and commercial Hi plan was t signature to THE TEXAS STATE executors of Donald seeks iniupelisatlnn for in r pninl ill considered in siiminK of ih session of ihe national cneampmeul of Ihe was opened at Music hall loday and Ihe delegates from the different depart ments of the union comprised as fine a body of men as ever met in deliberative The hall was beautifully decorated and the lloor was entirely oc cupied by while Ihe balconies which were set apart for members of the Graud Army were filled with General Sherman was OIIL of llie first In and he look a seal with llie Missouri although urged lo go upon Ihe He was warmly arecled by ihe comrades and was the center of General Charles district was with ihe Massachusetts delegation and other departments were repre sented by prominent A meet ing of the national council of administra tion delayed thu opening proceedings and il was eleven oclock when General Al cer appeared upon the plalform and was applauded by the Afler prayer by 1osi ChaplaininChief General Alaer said thai iiwas Ihe wisli of llie commander and of all comrades lhat General Sherman should come 10 the General who was iu the ccn ler of the arose amid great applause and said he preferred to remain wilh the Missouri General Algcr Iheu said Your wish is my but 1 perfcr that you come upon the plat General Alaer then addressed the con vention as follows lnrtunatety fnr us we are permitted gather liere iu this historic justly named Ih Cradle of to ccle tirate the twentyfifth anniversary of tin surrender nf the forces against lo ihe union celebrate the twentyfifth anui nf the actual freedom of all races within our Near here was fired the shot heard round the ami fiiuaht ih first of the How many patriots in the days have been inspired to perform deeds by the example of those firsi declared that this land should Infni and have tried in emulate the scores of fields that have III courage of t inns whose representatives are aalhered will The cundii ion nf nur I am happy with few cxcep The official repnrts 1 gave the number of comrades in pmxl and regular taiidina luial mils In speaking Ihe General said no matter what a mans tiuancial comlilion miaht if he is physically disabled from performing manual lahnr he ientitled to a He said us be in our though have not aueniisall we No country ou earlh is or has been n to its General Ihen referred briclly to the ubjecl ill ill care nf the Grant cot al and to the pro aresof movement nf monuments tu Hancock and and said in regard to the Gram monu ment An ordinary plaiti nu the bankof the Hudson marks ihe resting place nf our Tliiis mil creditable either tu u or ih There be erected al llie capital nf the dedicated to the memory tinarcal a memorial building inli a will be a credit tn i Inwhole a nut a a iKh a ha in any iouu vline tn which every within e of Iliis land can refer wnh 1 that a inminee iif live be by this icatniniieiil whne shall ie it ac rilauce wilh tin and ivvered tn illicit aid frnm ihe anvernmenl and finm individual Alaer paid a titling th memory nf General lifili eninmaniicriiieliief The was received with fn leiit nf nf Adjulanl General Kins and Quartermasler Genera Taylor tie11 Alter the pre nf other repnrts a was taken until At Ihe afternonn session nllicers were the principal posit ions aoina to the in as il is claimed y of a plan lo give the encamp ment the west fnr three ennseeutive year iu Tnpeka in in The roll was called and the represent atives of iach state had an opporiunity In name their choice for conimanderin Conniciiciit iinminatcd Cnloml Veasey ami Maine seconded the As the roll call ended Colonel Smidhiir and general llovy withdrew this action was creeled wilh great ap plause and by unanimous vote Colonel Veasy was declared elected as com mander in Colonel Veasy accepted the honnr ui a brief Next in nrdcr was the selection of a candidate for senior vne commander iu and it beina considered an of fice that of courtesy belouaed to Mas sachusels ihe matter was left wilh the del aates of that The name of Richard was presented as Ihe Georae of was unanimously elected junior vice comman The remainder of ihe officers will be Adjourned until Inspector General Griffith reported that the order was arowiua sinuiger and working earnestly in furthering the grand objects for which il was lie presented a table showing the num ber of posts iu tinGrand Army ou was number of comrades iu soiid standing in ihe the number of posts the number of posts not total amnuiilexpeuded for amount remaining iu relief RAIN FOR LATEST THING IN Knights of Labor Order a TierUp on the Delaware which had troubled him for several The May Brettoue theatre company open a three nights engagement at the opera house commencing Thursday even Much Moisture Tails All Over Iowa and Special to The light rain began falling here last night and has continued off and on up to a late hour this It will be a great benefit to the meadows and late Special to The HawkEyeJ light rain has been falling here for the past ten doing much lo late Special to The muchneeded rain falling Pastures are greatly benefited as well as late Special toTae 1 WKST good rain fell hero doing much good Wells were getting Special to The rains are re ported south of this city No rain fell north of hern but indications pninl to damp Special to The farmers are grateful for ihe rain lhat commenced falling at a latn hour last It comes late but will be of great advant age to tinmeadows and late Special to The liglil raiu fell henlasl night and did much aood lo growing Special to The HawkEyeJ heavy rain fell here niaht and continued most of the Alihuuah somewhat still it is better than The latu crops are much improved and meadows begun in show signs of vast improve Keports from points within a radius of one hundred miles show the rain in have been general and the good fiTecIs Special 10 The neigli horhotid was visited last night by a heavy rain which will do an immense amount of sniiil to Spicial to the light rain fell here this uiornlns and will doubtless do a great deal of Wells were get ISpivinl to The driz xlitiK rain fell henall last night and to diiing great good to pasturage and late Special to The tKiiAi shower fell here this Iteports from the vicinity show the rain to been Special to The M rain fell here this iuciiil 10 THE Orrt have lieen lisln rains in this locality last night ami Hiports from surrounding country show the rain is Special to The ood rain has fallen here iuot of last night ami this morning and so far as reports have been received show great good has been dune to pastures and other farm Reports Ironi Sptvinl 10 The has been off and on all sometimes in a steady down Iteports from iieitrhbiirini points indicate that the rain is general and much good is being Special to The rained for about ihree hours this afternoon in this It was badly Special to The vicinity was visiud by a lisht shower We need a heavy rain and the prospects anthat we will net it Wellare Itnx aiil meadows show Special lo The had a Uooil heavy rain ihis momma which did a irreai iial f good to late crop and It is slill Special lo The tiplirst in four set in at two oclock this and a liaht shower has prevailed all the It comes too late to he of any practical benefit to but will revive the pastures in many Crass Is almost entirely burned The Crops in aov ernmeni crop says wheat is doing well and that barley is a successful but that oats are suffering from red bliaht and attacks of areeu also that a poor crop is Ellect ol tho Kain on Cereal Special to THE is general rejoicina over the breakina up of the drouth In the illustrates the old never rains but The drouth has been broken over the corn belt and now there are reports of general rains almost The signal service showed additional rains over M and other corn This did not have a demoralizing effect in the corn because the small good that rains can do now has been partly discounted by the drop iu prices for the past two or three There was a bearish and while wheat was climbing about c in the prices for corn were oilabout Ic all around from last September started Me lower at touched recovered to 4954C and yielded before 1 oclockto or just Ic under last Other mouths re off a like Switchmen and Other of the Bond at Albany Oult Vork Central Trains Banning at news of the breaking up of the strike sent out from New York received a knock in the head at noon today when the switchmen and brakemen of the Deleware and Hudson Canal company went out on a All of the branches of the road are tied The Deleware and Hudson is the only road north of the West Shore and Penn sylvania and this practically cuts off communication with Canada and northern New Lake George and the The men were ordered out because the road took freight and cars belonging to the Central up to Troy and transferred them to the Troy and Schenectady branch of the New York The strikers are jubilant at the addition to their tanks and claim that before another day is over they will call out other The trains on the Delaware and Hudson are crippled and before uiabt will he obliged to At West Albany the police anticipate trouble this At noon the Central began firing up their and at this lionr 3 there are twenty freight engines ready for The road people state that these will be used in breaking the blockade this after Three hundred Pinkerton men are in the There is also anticipa tion of trouble at East Albany when the freights come down over the At this point a methodist minister is busy acting as a flagman and aives as an ex cuse that he wants to protect human There is a suppressed excitement in this city and trouble may occur at any TUB slTl ATIIIX AT SEW NEW strike sit uation today remains practically un excepting that the officials claim that it is They say that trains are coming in and going out on They also say that the running of passenger trains has resumed the normal The suburban traffic still but as the New York Central is notorious for the poor accommodations furnished the unfortunates who live along its line it is not surprising that these trains should be the last Webb says he has received numer ous applications from old but will not under any circumstances reinstate lie also says that he has received applications from men on other roads suflicient in number to man the whole These men are already em but they would consider a change to the Central and GEARS OPPONENT John of Se lected as the Negotiations tions between railway directors and rep resentatives of tin striking employes were resumed anil the outlook for settle ment of tlin trouble Sixty thon sand men are now idie in of tin Strike in special says Company Second ar rived on a special train this The strikers seem as determined as Interesting Exerciser at Correspondence of THE BLUFF rain has been hard on the fraternity last year at this time preparations had been made on a grand and large crowds would have been present for the rain as it was the affair was a suc despite the waather so this year the fates tried hard to spoil the celebra but failed The rain pre vented many sisters from yet the crowd of visitors was quite and the attendance at each of the pro grams was very the amphi theater completely The ex cursion from liurllngtoti consisted of over sixty besides many friends and interested and the A special train awaited the conclusion of the exercises and returned the Burling ton people home in The Hur lington chapter is to be congratulated for its energy and enterprise in this matter the expenses of the special were borne by for the purpose of ex tending the time of the visit and the trip to its members and the The programs were all rendered as previously announced in the and those taking part showed careful preparation for the affair and re flected great credit on the fraternity and It would be impossible to reproduce the addresses or at attempt to say all of the nice things that might be said of many and all the partici so will have to be content with the assertion that all three of the pro grams were and were received with inucli applause by the The liurlington delegation rendered its share of good and is deserving of much The address of Miss Itillhouse was an excellent one and elicit ed very favorable comment from every Ross sang Loves Old Sweet Song in her usual charming and she lost none of the reputation whirl she has long since deservedly The following is the tie the Tie that Devotional romlueted by Ily Sona tbe conducted bv Happy i f Vou by Miss Mary Vociil liy Miss Clara McFitrbuid and Laura of Miss Muy the by the Old Sweet hy by Miss Carrie Arbnckleinum bv by Miss May Vocal in the by Miss to by Miss Maisy by the Vocal Shall Misses McFurland and Humility and Sister hood Miss Eda i Piano Miss Maud Kuby Miss Will Study from Miss Lilian the Old and the Grand Chapter Nannie Tor ranee by With Vim till We Proceedings of the Democratic Congres sional at Ten Appointed Special to The democratic convention of the first congressional dis trict convened at the Keoknk opera house in this city at eleven oclock this morning and was a very creditable gath ering of the representative men of the The meeting was called to order by of chair man of the district central and on whose motion of returns from state 6 the foreign charter lawsand supervisionwereap Reports weresubmitted am the grand lodge adjourned tilt evening The parade this afternoon was apto the expectations theuniforme rank making a good grand ball Is this evening InM honor the THE BAST OF THE aPS TWO OLD SETTLERS was made R Ranson was selected to act as temporary A committee on credentials was then one from each as fol lows Des Moines Henry Jefferson Louisa Van Buren Washington On motion the following committee on resolutions was appointed Des Moines Henry Jefferson Lee Van Buren Washington On motion the temporary organization was made the permanent organization of the Irish was made reading clerk and the members of the democratic press were elected assistant secretaries with the representatives of the republican press were in vited to seats on the The committee on credentials reported a full delegation from each of the seven A motion to adjourn until oclock was met by an amendment to proceed with the business without and the chair thought the amendment but acallof countieswasordered and the convention agreed to adjourn until AFTEBSIMIX The convention met promptly at the hour when the committee on resolutions presented the following report which was unanimously adopted Your committee wonid report that it presents to you the democratic state platform as presented and adopted at Cedar Rapids for its adoption by this convention as the embodiment of true democratic ideas and and upon which the democrats of thiscongressiona district are ready to make the Nominations were then declared in or der and the committees called for the pre sentation of names of Des Moines county named John Henry seconded the nomination of when a delegate from that coun ty arose and said that was not the senti ment of the entire delegation from presenting the name of Benjamin Jellerson had no candidate but seconded the nomination of lowa Gracefully Yielding to t Inevitable and Clonlne Their collector ol Internal revenue for the Iowa with headquarters in this had on file over six hundred cations for government license try dealers In original terday and today he received from a large number of persons him to cancel their is evident from this that the original package fearing have concluded to abandon the j has closed the original package stores hereandthe beerwas shipped The officer seized a quantity of liquor at Karhrille yesterday Every package store ia this county will be closed before Saturday FIGBT THE Special to the HawkEyeJ DES package of Des iMoIneshave ized to test the force of the taw recently passed by giving to the state the right to control interstate commerceTa They1have abundance has been placed in the hands of a committee who have employed the ablest counsel in the Of several original package cases to come np Satur day one will be settled as a test and taken to the supreme The precise position to be assumed is not known yet but it may be that state legislation will be required to take advantage of the national THEY PEED THE at towa Hotel Ot Special to THE Hjc Iowa hotel keepers meeting here today at the Ballingall House President if Ballingall There was a good attendance of the representative boni faee of The election of officers which was to have beenheld at the afternoon session was had this After which a banquet was served at the Among those present was of A Prominent Farmer Special to The HawkEyeJ as a prominent grain andlive stock was driving in a cart about five miles north of he was thrown striking on his head and seriously The horse dragged him two hundred his foot having caught in the front brace of the cart and when found he was unconscious and re mains so at the present Til Mtii Anniversary of and John lit irorresiioudenee of The thirtyfourth anniversary of and Huston was celebrated at their elegant home in the afternoon and evening of the nth in a very credit able manner by a host of relatives and and Huston are among the oldest settlers of Washington and have lived on this farm most of their married where they have acquired wealth and reared a large of them now young ladies and gentlemen of high culture and The sons and daughters hud this stir prise in mind for some all the details in such a quiet way that nut a hint was given until the friends came driving in by the An elegant supper was served on the lawn and certainly our apprecia tion of the viands were shown by our long stay at the After which in behalf of the presented the many valuable Characteristic uf all bis presenta tions was full uf wit and putting all in a merry Harter re sponded in a few well chosen thanking each and The daughters save the mother a handsome watch and her lady friends of Winlield a The sons gavethe father a gold headed The Crawfordsville atid Wyman friends gave easy chairs and other presents which will be mementoes that will help brighten their pathways through The Winlield orchestra were among the and entertained us all with their most lively The occasion is one long to be remembered and the wisli of their many friends is that they may live to enjoy many other such PROM overruled tin Springer the decision llie chair ithouse disclosed a disappeared when i sustaining tlie THELOTTERffiSLATTER wm Allow AntiLotlcrj ill 1 p i nf the lotiery light at H as though the days 11 if Louisiana iniijiiiiies were uiiul City rlamlHaii Club t Slock is ed thai the Kanas City Flambeau which look part in the prneeedinas at Washiiiatmi during Clevelands adiiillils will the Texas Siills fast enouah mr tbe line thai is being f 1111 and will be here splendid show of and I HarrK of Km t one best known breeders of thai tables for an exhibit for line The llrinid Army nf the have their day at the The democratic puny shows signs ui gniua lo pieces in Texas within a IIWiues drug Cures sleepless Ail Kmiiicut Alphonse an eminent hwiss geoi is Fate iih of the has Deechams Pills ait like inairic on a west The report of Surgeon General 1orler recommends thai inspectors be required to examine post officers as lolheir knowl edae of department and general matters of and the cares of des tliuie and needy The the report harmonize with tlie natural history of all disability contracted while the victim is in the service of ihe Tuited Stales and in the line duty which is not the result of his own various Tinladies of the assembled in their fourth annual convention The time was occupied by reading ihe reports of various Till XKW ock one of ihe inter state cominitsioiiers who was today elected is a native of New Hampshire and has jusl passed his fifiielli He was a grad uate from Ihe Yarmouth college with honors and is one of the present board of He was also graduated from the Albany Law school and taking up his residence at West was admitted to the bar of Vermont in Upon the breaking out of the war he enlisted as a private in the became colonel of the sixteenth Vermont regi of a Midnight Matt a young man uf this was shot and fatally injured late Monday night while prowling about the homo of A traveling man named Mur from Charles was within when he was Not to he Judge llorton has issued an injunction restraining Mayor Creaier or the police from in any way in terfering witli or arresting persons en Tho Old Settlers of Warren and Hender son Comities Will Correspondence of The The execu tive committee of the Old SettlersAssoci ation of Warren and Henderson composed of Draper and of Monmoutli of Kirkwood Iaul and Judge Rice of Henderson mat at the office of Chapin Monday afternoon and decided to hold the annual reunion of the association on the Ivirkwood mineral spring September It had been tho intention to hold the annual picnic at some point in Henderson county this as it has been held gaged in selling pools at race the West Side Itroke the Ocean SKW steamship of tho White Star line has broken all The vessel made the run ever here in five nineteen hours and five beating the rec ord of the City of 1aris by thirteen min Tannery large tannery at North Clarendon partially burned last entailing a loss of Excursion Tickets Via to Creston for the Blue Grass palace on sale from August 25th to good for return 15 days from date of One fare for round James lloyle funeral over the remains of John Boyle OReilly took place in Marys The church was All headache succumbs to Hoffmans Harm less Headache 25 cents per at Henrys here for several consecutive years but owing to the scarcity of water at the dif ferent points mentioned it was thought best to again hold it at the springs where there is an abundance of plenty of a good hotel and restaurant on the grounds besides various places of amuse ment all within a short walk from the A camp meeting held under the auspi ces of the Holiness people commenced last Wednesday at the mineral springs and closed The especially on Saturday and was very Good order lias been pre served throughout the and no doubt an abundance of good has been done to many who attended the which were in charge of Warring of and Abins A meeting of the Presbytery of Schuyler will be held here in the Pres byterian church on the second Tuesday of Misses Josie Bryan and Hattie of have been among the campers at the mineral springs for several Robin of has been a guest of the hotel for several The Denver fast freight westbound struck a broken switch rail at the east end of the Biggsville yards this morning and eighteen merchandise cars were blocking the north caus ing the fast mail and westbound passen ger and freight trains to use the south track during the day between Kirkwood and an old resident of this was buried Saturday tho cause of his death being cancer Closing Coil I Meet The services of the Boat Club band were secured for the occasion and every body was full of praise for the excellent music rendered by 2Cot only did the boys intersperse the three programs of the dav with good but they also plaved at various places on the and scattered thier favors with generous between A reception was tendered the Sister hood by Miss Eva during the at the Gregg From to the cottage was thronged with the younu ladles of and such of the youns men as had the good luck to be husband to The re ception was quite informal and the more enjoyable on that The decorations were not an insignifi cant feature of the The ros trum was very taistly festooned with white and yellow bunting and two beau tiful Hags of the same colors graced the back of the of which a gilded star occupied the A irreat many cottages had the emble matic star hung conspicuously over the front ami the colors were Wymans cottage at tracted considerable attention during the The fine collection of geods which had occupied the front yard had assumed the liffiires of the mystic star and the The grand chapter convention of the will be held in Burlington this October lii and 17 being the dates The with its banquet and reception will prove an event of much interest to Burlington and every assurance is given that it will be a sniud The mystic letters still remain as mystic and Every elfoit has been made during the last year or two to solve the but though many of the sisters are possessed of persistently inquisitive and and husbands and the translation is still It begins to look as if men are not the only people who can keep The dining ball was crowded at meal times during the That establish ment has been well patronized this sea It has become the popular thing among the permanent as well as the transitory to depend upon the management for physical as well as spiritual Many families in seasons past thought to prepare their own but are changing their A splendid piano had been obtained for the occasion and some good music was furnished with its The ONeal cottage became headquar ters for the sisters during the and a great many who had brought lunches Lee county presented the name of John Craig making a stirring speech in naming A Knight Templar Special to IheHawkEye DES was re ceived this morning from Min announcing the death of past grand commander of the Knichts from Ains worth has been traveling several months on account of He was fifty three years The remains will ar rive here Louisa county had no candidate but vould be for the Van Boren county had no candidate to Washington county seconded the nom nation of Benjamin The first ballot was On which Seerley led with fortyfour of the Hamilton thirtysix and Eicher On the first formal ballot Seerley had fiftysix and onethird votes or onethird more than The chair declared no A Des Moines county delegate asked if the onethird didnt nominate He that he would not contend for the point and was willing for another ballot to which was done and Seerley received an easy majority of the votes On motion of the nomination of Seerley was made Hamilton and John Craig appointed a committee to inform Seerley of his nomination and pre sent him to the His appearance was the signal for con tinued He made no but in a few well chosen works thanked the convention for the honor The following central committee was appointed for this congressional district Des Moines H Kuhle Henry Jefferson Lee Louisa Van Buren Washington WEAVER He Cut Off FORT of Deer was arrested yes terday charged with a peculiar Of late Hinkle amused himself by cat ting off the tails of his neighbors When arrested he claimed that he was conducting a scientific and that the benefits of detailing cattle prove far more appreciable than those the dehorning Hinkle i not insane and will be Storage Battery Street Car trial trip of a storage battery system of electric street cars has been made here and the president of the Dubuque street railway has closed contracts for fifteen cars to be here in ninety Street i car people from Galveston and other points will be here to inspect the This is the first successful storage battery line in Reed Renominated for j was renominated for conj gress by tbe ninth district republicans at Red Oak A Plumber DES Wil a assigned lia bilities about his available assets about EAWKEYE spread them out together on improvised tables and had a regular Our Professor Barnhouse increased his reputation and the bands fame by his splendid cornet solos at tfie afternoon and evening Brother Schrelner told the sisters that Bluff Park presented today the most beautiful sight on the Missis sippi The band boys got out ou the Midway Pleasance during the interim in the af and laying aside their indulged in a good old time game of some of them proved to be pretty fair Tomorrow will be Music and un less the rain continues to scare the timid there will be a large attendance at the The Steckel Band is al ready on the ground ready for and the Burlington quartette will not A large excursion of Quincy business men will arrive and will be treated in royal manner by the manage It is hoped that a number of Quincy people will become interested in the and build cottages with the intent of joining the Iowa and Missouri people in their summer Chamberlains Eye anil Skin A certain cure for Chronic Sore Eyes Salt Scald Old Chronic Fever Prairie Sore Nipples and It is cooling and Hun dreds of cases have been cured by it after all other treatments have 25 and 50 cent boxes for sale by all hats at and Union Labor Men of the Sixth Nominate Congressional Camli Special to The democrats of the Sixth Congressional district met in convention here this and after a short morning session adjourned until this afternoon when a nomination was made in the person of Fred of Keoknk on the first formal It was expected by many that Weaver would be the but his name was withdrawn by James of Wapello previous to the nomination of candidates for nom The union labor convention was in ses sion at the same time in a different and official messengers were sent to and from the different meetings to report ac tions Weaver sent a message to the union labor people to the effect that he was engaged in a work that would be more beneficial to the party than work he could do if he went to The convention adopted resolutions approving Weavers work in congress and condemning that of John As soon as the cews reached the union labor convention that White was the they began to ballot informally and the result was Perry of Jas 37 of 1 of The nomina tion of Engle was made Engle made a rousing speech and the convention The nominee of the democrats is a working farmer and is a man who will undoubtedly control the labor and will not endeavor to buy his way into so the union labor candidate as a matter of course andW be traded off to make votes for the dem ocratic This has been the cus tom here for some and still the union labor people cannot or will not be made to see the although speeches were made in the union labor convention against fusion of any age or But those speeches are forgotten by both parties almost as soon as Twas ever A FLAX flax palace is be ing built at Forrest GAS nati ural sias well has been discovered onthei farnTof Macy in Harlin A GIAXT the oldest of the three brothers as the Iowa died at KnoTville week of heart ATTACKED BV A Viciocs vicious bull attacked James ol and the latter came out of the con flict with a broken jaw and three frac4 tured As Emma a old Livermore was sent to the form Carroll a man the cause of was lowed to go A CURIOUS cnrion phenomenon has been witnessed the past few days at say the in a general bj the bees of the wholesale liquor houses J candy grocery houses a other places where sweetsare Thej swarm in at the windows and after ing up worry their lives oat in a vain endeavor to get through tl glass of closed and are picki up by the shovelful every drought has shut off theSnsual supplie of these creatures from the clover ant other and they come from loni distances to carry ia a store ot sweets where the latter A frighi murder occurred near murderer being a thirteenyearold bo named and the victim a paintei named It seems the boy trying to pick a quarrel with the paint by telling him he could not e This was stood for some nntitthi boy grew so tauntilfzing that Pan slopped the boy The boy the came at him with a large it was taken away by aman named Gee and thrown into a cornfield near boy then went to the field r the knife With this he who drew his revolver toll the boy to stand The hoy made dodge and got behind and sp his head open to the of the dying man The boy made noattemptlani now in theMaquoketa IOWA The raml Lodge ill Se at De Special to The HawkEyeJ DES grand lodge of Knights of Pjthios opened this morning with a very large Grand Chancellor of Oska Quite a number of Bur lington 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