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Burlington Hawk-Eye (Newspaper) - August 16, 1890, Burlington, Iowa y v w The Senate Begins Consideration of 4he Indian Appropriation Washington after transacting routine business this took up the river and harbor Edmunds and Hoar de cided to have consideration of the tariff ill resumed and voted against the mo tion K take up the river and tarbor An amendment to insert a provision for the purchase of two canals from Kc Trance bay to Portage lake and to Lake superior and the lands and fran chises connected therewith for was the first item that gave rise to dis Test and Morgan stating objec Jtwas agreed Among ioller amendments reported by the com mittee on aud agreed to by the senate were the follow jng Inserting items of for jew locks and approaches at Marys and S400 for Hay lake Michigan reducing the appropriation for the ICaskaskia from to In I creasing the appropriations for continu ing the operations upon the reservoirs at the headwaters of the Mississippi river from to amending the item of for improving the jssippi river from Minneapolis to the DCS Moines by inserting a clause that of that amount shall be ex pended between Chicago and Iaul at railroad bridge at and the Washington avenue bridge at Minneapo lis striking out the provision for the 4 Missouri river and substituting for it the following Improving the Missouri river from its mouth to Sioux iu embracing travel i ms and other expenses of the Missouri I uvcr surveys of permanent Ircach marks and guages nine hundred i thousand dollars to be expended by the secretary of war in a systematic im provement of the river from its mouth up to Sioux City according to plans and specifications of the Mis souri river commission provided that In the discretion of the commission such portion of said sum as they may deem proper shall be expended in the protec tion of harbors and localities on any part of the river within said limits inserting tlie item for improving the Mis souri river between Fort Benton and Sioux with a provision for two ice Section giving the sec retary of war authority alter ation of railroad bridges over navigable waters when they are an obstruction to was after sonic modifica tion agreed THE ne in the amenvament Providing that the igth the to the considera senate dJrect tax and at four oclock of that day the previous question be considered as ordered on the and the pending if any referred to the commltteeon The Election It looks to day as though the election bill would be taken up by the but whether pushed to final is not yet It Is understood that Senator Quay found himself entirely unable to pass Ms ad journment resolution last but it was not thought advisable to lay out any program for the as it would cause in the tariff de The fact nothing more has been definitely settled than on except that the Quay resolution could not be and the matter is left open to i uture The Silver The amount of silver offered to the treasury depart ment today was seven hundred and four thousand of which four huddred and seventeen thousand ounces The director of the mint refuses J give the price but it Is known to ae more than The London quota Jons of silver today was and New York equivalent The silver purchase today was for delivery at San Francisco and New As a result of the correspondence with Secretary it was announced his afternoon that todays offer for silver were at rates ranging from and the department accepted all offers at the prices below It is now understood hereafter the same publicity will be given to government lilver transactions as is now given to its old CHARGED WITH llalicr From 3fcw York Creates a Little the house after an unsuccessful effort made to se cure the passage of the senate bill grant ing leaves of absence to per diem em ployes in tlie customs the house proceeded to the consideration of the conlerenco report on the Indian appro priation of criticized the report as being the most extraordinary one which had ever been submitted dur ing his experience in the The senate had agreed to the amendments aggregating The house had nonconcurred in these Then this strange thing The conference report carried the full amount ol the bill as it passed the house with the full amount of the fcnatc amendments and The bill created a number of offices and increased a number of After considerable debate in which Springer moved to recommit the bill to the committee on Indian the con ference report was agreed The house then rcsemcd the reconsid eration of the Nat McKay the ques tion being on its reference to the com mittee on This was Pending further consideration of the McKay by unanimous con called up the senate joint resolu tion providing that the unexpended bal ance ol appropriations for the aid of the Mississippi flood sufferers be used to aid the destitute persons in After the adoption of an amendment providing that the money be distributed under the direction of the secretary of the Joint resolution was A vote was then taken on the passage which resulted yeas nays quorum call of the bouse was ordered but failed to dcvclope a of oflered a resolution directing the sargeantatarm to arrest the absent of New created some little excitement by ofterjng as a substitute therefor a resolution reciting an editorial appearing in the New York Sun of this upon the declara tion of Eoger of that this Washington is no place for The campaign is Scarcely had the clerk began to read the preamble when ho was interrupted by protests from both of the Baker declined to accept the speakers suggestion that he withdraw liut ho finally withdrew the In spite of protests the resolution was It revokes all leaves of except those granted for illness or to Koger Mills and others employed like mm in an educational The disregarding entirely Ha tes put the question on Thomas and dilatory tactics resorted to until five when the house took a the evening ses sion to be for the consideration of pri vate pension At the evening session one hundred and thirtysix private pension bills were Passed and an adjournment taken until PBOHIBmONIST IN Liven in but Wants to Kun for Congress in is a curious case here lust of an attorney of some who is prominent in he Methodist church and the prohibi tion had accepted the nomina tion for congress on the prohibition ticket in one of the Maryland out has found that votes cast for him ill be because Moulton is not a resident of the state of Wjelaims that he and has made an affidavit to that He bases msdaim to citizenshiu in Maryland on fact that he owns a cottage on the Methodist campmeetinc about flirty miles over the near Wash but whether this will beaccepted as evidence of citizenship by the courts is the Moulton never or WBSWrea in and has F to do and until he honor of a prohibition nomina wm offered him he had regarded himself IL of the Moul is the man who made affidavit that coPresident Morton had established uar in his new the JHotlivr anil Son Arrested for Killing Jlarliy Itussrll Xcar John lolden and her Howard were arrested here charged with the murder of Harley who was waylaid and shot in June last while he was going home in a while sitting jeside his Albert one of he persons arrested for the has states and his testi mony is very damaging to whom he heard make threats against the life of Harley She is alleged to have among other that Harley Russell had done enough to be and that she was louud to get rid of and that if Ed ward did not shut him off she She also said that if she had half a chance ilarley Russell would never see home that The theory is that she dis guised herself in Dunhams and either held the horse or did the 5he is a vindictive and is said to e part The case will come up or trial tomorrow before Judge The whole party is in the Platt county llolden has threat ened Dunham if he should turn states DASTARDLY Th WASHINGTON Sonera Deficiency Appropriation nul to tlio The senate BtetS appropriations today co dVflni consideration of the gene appropriation bill and e senate alth the number oaot largely jncrcase the totaVof ATTGtrST 16 The Direct Tax Bill A Partially Successful Attempt to n Passenger dastardly it tempt was made last by putting on the to wreck the Atlantic City excursion train on the Baltimore and Ohio twenty miles from this where the road runs along the Youghi ogheny thirty feet above the The attempt was partially suc cessful and resulted in the demolition of the engine and the death of two engi neers and a Fortunately the passengers escaped with slight Bad the cars gone over the embankment catastrophe would have been fright The motive for the deed be Every effort willbe made to bring the culprits to justice The most plausible theory advanced as to the motive of the wreckers is that they intended to wreck the high class reight train that usually preceded the ISreeflers Kace next trotting meeting of that wellknown organiza the Northwestern breeders1 associa will be held at Washington 1ark in his August IS to Preparations are being made to render it the most notable of meetings yet held by the The ilower of the young trotting not only of the north west but of the rest of the country will take part in tnc The great California will be trotted to seat the record of Maud and Jack and Palo Alto will trot a match for Arrangements for reduced rates have aeen made with all Ioachcrg In SAX tain of the steamer which ar rived yesterday from says Victoria poachers this year have secured seal It is reported at Ounalaska that there were fiftylive poaching vessels at Sand Point on their way to Bebring So far not a single attempt has been made to seize any of the Henry Dixey Wants a NKW Ida Dixey has instituted suit in the supreme court for a limited divorce from the on the ground of abandonment and The couple were married on and have two Her complaint asks a separation from his bed and board and a suitable allowance for herself and Glass Factory is stated on reliable authority that the preliminaries for the formation of a tableware glass factory combinein it is all but one of the fiftyfour factories in this countrv are have been closed withinthc last fortyeight hours in this Katal Collision on a Race Ar thur was killed and George Sweet fatally The men were jockics and met their death in a collision on the Both their horses were permanently in Shot His Wife and North Platte last evening Newman shot and killed his wife and then suicided with the same The only cause known is that the woman went to a show the night previous against the wishes of her Assaulted ly a Trauip 4 day Miss Ella a respectable was overpowered and criminally assaulted by a An armed posse is in pur and if the tramp is caught hewll probably be headache succumbs 10 Hoffmans Harm less Headache S5 cents per at Henrys John Kusklii the noted art is rapidly Ho is almost continually and dur ing one of these periods hfl attempted suicide with a Nerv cured by Miles Samples Wittes drag Secretary Blaine Prodding the French Government Anil Inaiitlne There Shall be no Discrim ination Against American Pro Able Letter From Minister presi dent sent to the senate In com pliance with a senate all cor respondence not already submitted to congress touching efforts made by this government to secure the modification or repeal by the French government of its decree of prohibiting the importa tion into France of American pork and kindred American In his let ter of transinittal M tho Act ing Secretary of the state de says This correspondence disclosses the Important fact that the French govern ment now practically places its exclusion of our port products upon economic in stead of sanitary Aslhls policy of exclusion is a measure for the protec tion of the domestic products of is applied only to the United the department has not failed to protest against the discrimination as In a letter from to Secretary dated June in answer to a letter from the already pub Held says any steps taken towards calling the attention of the French gov ernment to the subject would seem inop lie also says the French gov ernment rather favors the removal of the On July acting Secretary Wharton wrote to Reid ap proving of his A letter from commissioner general of the United States at the Paris exposi to give the substance of an interview between Reid and and French minister of foreign at which Spuller admitted that the citizens of France did not believe the consumption of American pork by them would injure the health of Spuller there would be difficulty in having the prohibition re moved on account of the protectionists In response to an invitation given by Itcid to inspect American pork products at the November sent a stating in the opinion of his who had charge of the health the inspection of meat shown in the exhibition would not have the importance which Keids letter seemed to give as the purity and quality of the meat already established by rewards would not prove that tho mass of American hog products is equally Included in the correspondence is i letter from Blaine to enclosing a ctter from the secretary of giving a history of the harsh and un reasonable to quote Imposed by the governments of Germany and Great Britain against tho importation of American live animals and hog In his which is dated March Blaiuc instructs Reid to express he hope to tho French authorities that the French government may now bo prepared to extend equitable relief from injust Blaino adds that tho United States ministers to England and Scrmany had been Early in Tuly Reid called on the French minister of foreign affairs and in a letter to Secretary dated July he says the Ribot continued as he had done on every sim lar occasion that the agita tion of the Mclvinley bill made any ac tion on this point extremely Reid protested that France was the ag gressor and should take the first A voluminous dated July was sent to Ribot by The American minister in this en deavord to show Ribot the mistake France is making in excluding American and quotes statistics to carry out Us He hints at a possible prohibion of French wines by the United states owing to the growth of the wine industry of this and refers to the effects such action would have on On July Ribot sent a note to Ecid in which he said the difficulties in the way of removing the prohibition had not been attenuated by the measures which were finally passed or voted on by the house of and which do not fail to raise just complaints on the part of the French Ribot referred to the tariff bill and customs ad ministrative in a letter to dated July asks pardon for endeavoring to show that this is a view of the situation which the facts do not The existing rule as to the exclusion of American pork has been says Reed in his let not a step to that end so far as known has been What evidence of good in this regard has France which tho United States could be already expected to reciprocate Besides there would appear tobo no simi larity of a just relation of any kind be tween the two subjects which your excellency couples with the French exclusion of American pork and two American bills currently called McKinley nor is there any reason why the continuance of one should bn justified by your apprehen sions as to the There is every reason from the history of such legisla tion in the past to believe if experience shows defects or injustice in the work ing of the American they will be The French decree in spite of argument and in spite even of proof that it does not do any has been tenaciously main tained unchanged for nine Tho American bills touch coun tries with absolute The French decree singles out tho United States from allother countries and pro hibit its while similar products of tho rest of the world arc ad The American bills make no charges against the quality of the pro duct whose importation they regulate or The French decree is based upon the indefensible charge that the Amer ican product excluded is although this charge has been repudiated bv the French Academy of Medicine and though this is pro hibited iand unwholesome product das recently been crowned by tho highest prize of your own universal Franco and has been for nine years a persistent It has absolutely prohibited the importa tion of the American product on indefen sible It still maintains this prohibition in spite of the demonstration of the facts that nothing thereby is gained either for own consumers or its own and the on ly appreciable affect is to do in justice to a centuryold friend by openly discriminating against that friend in favor of Italy and After such a and in advance of the slightest known movement to amend how can France have reason to as your excellency that its evidence of good will should now be reciprocated by the United States Ho who seeks justice should first do Much more shouldthat nation which seeks friendly consideration for its refrain first from injustice to merchants of the country appealed and from the defamation that countrys After calling attention to the offei from Washington to modify the custom bill at the request of France in regard to appeals from cases of alleged undervalu and stating this friendly actioi and removal of duty on works of art hac passed unnoticed by he concludes as follows VFrom ofview case stands thus The French government has persisted for nine years in an fensible discriminating especially against United States Mean while It complains t of new laws by the United States less severe and no way discriminating against French Its complaints re ceive prompt and considerate attention and the friendly disposition thus shown evokes no It cannot believed that with a full un derstanding of the tho French government deliberately chooses that Your excellency has been necessarily much preoccupied of late with other but I cannot believe1 that when you come to give the case full attention you can bo satisfied with I make my appeal to French French justice may I to the enlightened sense of the French NEBRASKA DEMOCRATS State Convention at Ticket nnd democratic state convention adjourned at four oclock this after placing in nomination the following ticket Govr Omaha lieutenant Norfolk sec retary of Frank Rushville Hastings Plattsmouth altorney Grand Island commissioner pC public Imperial super intendent of Rake ofNebraska The platform reaffirms the declarations of the last na tional platform on the subject of the It says the democracy of Ne docs not believe in tariffs upon the necessaries of and scouts as de lusive and hypocritical the plan of aiding the farmers to pay oil the ever increasing tax upon cloth tin plates and crockery and denounces the hypocrisy of there publican platform of this state in saying we favor the revision of the tariff in the interestsof the produccrand while tho majority in the national house of representatives is gagging free speech in the interests of the out of whom fat was fried in and for tho purpose of passing the measure which fosters combinations and monopolies which strangles commerce and destroys ship building which In creases while it reduces revenue imposes additional burdens upon the laborer and while it confessedly fails to open the market for a single bushel of wheat or a single barrel of The platform favors the organiza tion of labor for its own protection denounces the republican party for its gifts of more than one hundred and ninetyfive million acres of public domain to railroad corporations and sends greet ing to Alien Thiirman and his pat riotic associates who redeemed seventy million acres of it for the It de clares that tho domain should be sacred ly held for the actual settler and this party protests against alien land hold ing in the United Tho Lodge bill is denounced as an attempt to revive sectional issues and place the ballot under control of partisan officers api pointed for A liberal pension policy is called for and the Australian ballot system is Trusts are denounced and the election of United States sena tors by the people are The platform declares for the free coinage of silver and favors high license and local option in controlling the liquor LABOR SLAVE Stories of Missionaries Regarding tho Bru tal Conduct of British accounts are received of the slave labor traffic by British planters in the South Tho resbytcrian mission synod in the Icbrides has passed a resolution in the effect that the Kanaka labor traffic had a large extent depopulated the New fcbrldes and adjoining upset amily relations among the and ms been and is the cause of much suffering and A named reports that he has himself seen white men in their boats taking Kanakas to labor ves the slave ships are bly lifting them on and when hey tried to swim ashore they were cnocked down again and until they lay stupefied on and were thus carried out to Those thought likely o escape are fastened with chains on A chief was shot dead by the crew of one these while at empting to protect his and a native Christian teacher was also shot This slave trade is carried on un der the protection of the British flag for he benefit of planters in Queensland and the Fiji Graduation Exercises at Special to The gradua tion exercises of the class of 90 of the western normal college was held in the opera house here this A large audience was The college will erectanothcr dormitory this The from the Oskaloosa Wilsonbill having become a the sale of intoxicating liquors in any form by parties having no permit is now illegal and violators of tho law will be C County Vessel and Crew Probably schooner Richard Thomasson which left August for Prince Ed wards has not been heard of since It is believed the vessel was struck by lightning tho night she left this port and her crew was Cut His Own known member of the corn and flour ex change committed suicide today by ting his throat with a razor lie had bcen suffering from IiOts of Good From the Pleasant The Keokuk ConstitutionDemocrat says that Gear is on one of the most im portant committees in For that reason and a good round hundred he will be reelected by a much larger majority than that given him two years They Are Xot From the Pleasant It is easily discovered without the aid of magnifying glasses that the democra tic papers of the district are not enter taining the v cry slightest hope of the success of their congressional Trouble in the From Pleasant Dont know how it is in other counties in the but the democrats oi Henry county are a very friendly feeling toward each other for some reason unknown to Easy to From tho Fanfield ledger The date of tho democratic convention of 1890 will bo easy to It was tho last day of the rule of the original FOB OVERWORK Use Acid says It has been thoroughly and ia espeoiall useful in certain forms of head nervous and in restoring tho waste ncrvouBvand muscular system especially caused v From tho Pleasant The original package houses in the city closed business Saturday night ant most of the unsold poison was shippec outside the state 7Stop at t An Iowa Democratic Editor Exposes Some Party The Slap Given the farmers by theDeuio crati9 State trlque of a Prominent Kailway Family DES Henry Shaver is in fact he is very hcre is hardly any limit to his Shaver Is well known to the Iowa press and also of considerable prominence in tho democratic For long fears he has battled hard for Dut his efforts were never as persistent as since the republicans and morally in llncd democrats passed the prohibitory When Cleveland was inaugurated as Editor then upon he Des Moines was to receive ils He was to be appointed one of the United States guagers for the big In he was quite but the mean people of owa robbed him of the emoluments of he office by closing the gin mill and he jocame sonri He was never with has been a burden But he was a and his lopes for recognition still Ie worked hard on the Lino after line were penned against republi canism and He battled with night and main againtthc Shaver outside of politics was univer sally polite and No one was more willing te help a newspaper corres londent or more liberal with Information hewas during his connection with This connection pat him n the way of collecting quite a string of papers until ue became well known as a newspaper correspondent and the latter capacity Droved so much more lucrative he devotes his entire time to save what is taken by his connection as editor of the This paper is one of the weekly illustrated papers printed rom cuts furnished by the Life Publish ng company of New There several others in the None bat led harder for Boies than The Chicago Chicago 3maha Louis Itepuh in all his papers contained col umn after column of ablywritten articles from a democratic Boies was Shaver wanted to be private He was disap Ho wanted other friends of his appointed to various He was He criticised the gover nors He expected Iowa democ racy to land him to the skies He was He wcut to the Cedar lapids convention now surely his ser vices would be fittingly recognized he secured the empty honor 3e has been a warm friend of many a prominent democratic and whip imagined himself perhaps more Important than they He was disappointed at every He is very The Anjus had a ittle advertising Uncle Isaac 3randt sat down upon This hasnt ncreased his The is a weekly illustrated but Shaver is ts and hence has the right to rentilate his grevience through its ts good reading for republicans but democrats will groan and hiss What ood he has accomplished will by many e Ho who stirs up a rumpus usually gets himself into Editor Shavers tale of woe is interest Immediately under the date August he starts out The democratic convention nt Cedar Knnids astweekdidnotiiseto the It dia net do its work as well as it In the nomination of n ticket it was criminally un although the platform upon which he ticket was placed is strong and if the ticket were up to the measure of the latform the democratic party would sweep the state lit the fall The ticket is weak for tho reason that it is in the main no better than the republican The people who are bolting at the forks of the not knowing which way to turn will scarcely be attracted to the democratic path by the explanation that tbat partys candi dates are no worse than the They mve a right to expect something and It was the duty of thcconvcntion to provide Then Shaver was a Woods Woods was not Shaver tells what should have been The lirst great convention made was the slap deliberately administered to the Nothing Uke It has been seen in Iowa politics In recent TEe farmers elected Governor Holes lost There is no question but tliat Hutchinsons railroad record caused bis For several years the drift of this clement in Iowa has been to ward the democratic It would have been good sense and good politics to have en couraged the farmers to continue in their movement out of the republican A splendid opportunity was offered by thecan dldacy ol of Web ster u farmer by and i man of acknowledged capacity for public and with u splendid record of two terms in the Woods name bad first mentioned for secretary of but entertaining a belief that a man of higher attainments as an orator should be placed at the bead of the he finally be came a candidate for On thclay be fore the convention it was found there were five cnndidatcs for auditor and nonefor secre tary of and Woods friends prevailed upon Mm to toalUmthe use of his name for the latter But the convention thought Shaver belonged to the Why wasnt it Shaver tells some very plain He doesnt mince matters ho gives the following account of the proceedings at Cedar Rapids Here occurred a chapter of political historv tbat makes interesting Ever since Itlchardson succeeded in forcing himself on the national eoramittc in be has imagined it his mission to boss Iowa Kicbardson runs a paper at Davenport tlie evening edition of which is Republican and the morning edi tiod Previous to 1SS3 he had never attended a democratic state He knows about as much about politics as a Jer sey Indeed the chief intellectual dis tinction between the two Is that Richardson wears AVben the question of Woods candidacy was broached to liitubc asked with a supercilious Who is this man Woods 1 never hear of When told that Woods was a resident of Webster had served two terms in the both times from a county naturally republi that be bad served as chairman of the democratic conference committee during the deadlock in the bouse through the delib erations which resulted in the election of a democratic Kicbardson did actually look asbamcd of bimscl This much is to his But in his capacity as boss never discovered Woods and had never sug gested his nomination for secretary of consequently the search for a candidate must It was deemed to secure tho defeat of to bringouttbo farmer against Bestow was ap pealted in of that gentlemans positive denial of the use of his faUo pretenses Irving ot was put forward to nominate Bestow to divide the farmers In the meantime was being pressed by the river counties as the whisky whenBo stows friends eighth district bad re peatedly served notice on the convention thai Bestow would not accept if mos of the latters votes changed to the other can didates and on the second ballot Chamberlain was But Kicbardson did not accomplish this re sult The scheme was too cunning for his devisingand too cleverly exe cuted to have work of a The puppets that danced about in the drama moved at the touch ot a master plot was batched in the prolific brain of of Fort attorney tho Illinois Central rail It culminated iu as grave an act of treachery as ever any man perpetrated upon one of bfs In the selection of the Webster county delegation Dun combosname had been but Mr Woods Insisted that his own name be stricken off and that Dun and Duncombes untiring opposition was his rewariiforjthafgenerous The great railway lawyer never for a moment for got bis Being a townsman of Mr Woods he was in a to do him incalcu lable injurv and be never faltered in the work from the time he set foot In Cedar Rapids un til the ballot was closed tbat determined the So far as Woods is conccrnei It makes very little as he is not on office but anincalculable Injury been jntlictcd upon the democratic 1 This is but the beginning of the fun More Is sure to He hasjt in for the democracy and port of the democ racy wilUiave it in for The dec laration ot war has been made and th fun begins to m Klckaril Cannes the Downfall and Deuth of Nebraska fears ago William Rickard was a resident if Cedar Rapids and was engaged in the ightnlng rod He induced Belle then a young woman and a dangh er ot Thomas still residing in Fa yette about three and onehalf miles north of to elope with and they were married in this This vas neither tho beginning or end of his career of vice and After the nuptials the couple departed for Nebras where they have since His abuse and threats of personal violence caused his wife to apply for a vhich is pending in court at and vill be tried at the next Rickard leserted his wife two years ago and ince then has led a It eems Rickard formed a mesalliance with Mary of who removed to Lincoln and committed uicide there a few days FROM Tlie Canning Factory Water Works in Correspondenceef The AVEKrAy corn anning factory commenced canning weet corn we are glad to state hat this great industry of is ilessed with a good crop regardless of he and during the next five weeks this factory will put up over one million cans of Waverly will have water works and the Her good qitizens iavc voted it and the city council is now arranging for their Burlington should shake hands with Vaverly and make the proper efforts for ome of our products and sell us more of Wants Sioux May bun a prominent stock was arrested on a warrant sworn iut by of the law Call charging him vith obtaining large sums of money from a commission on an lleged forged cattle contractOn the preliminary hearing Crockett was dis Today he began suit against ill the parties named for dam uptaiii Hull Declares for free DES he republican nominee for congress rom this has written a long let er to the Farmers Alliance defining his losition on the various issues of the Ie declares in favor of the free coinage Df American silver and the purchase of ho foreign silver offeredand the issue of lertificates covering He endorses the Tanners Alliance principles on other Iowa Laboring Mens DES union la or industrial state convention here yes erday nominated the following state icket Secretary of if Pottawattamie county or Davis if Poweshiek attorney of Page supreme court of The leaver lland Case to Be FOBT Gen era appeal taken 2 the great river case decided ad versely to tho settlers In the States court here sel who have been working hard for this result and say they mve reason to hopo that their titles will ie confirmed by the supreme They vill present their case on different lines rom those already passed on by the All movement toward securing ndemnlty has been and mat ters will remain just as they are until the supreme court renders its DEEDS OP A Shooting Affray at t yesterday afternoon Walter a shot and fatally wounded his wife at a levee It is thought the shooting was lone during a drunken The parties were married at Ottumwa last and came to this city about three veeks ago from HurglarA at store belonging to Miles Irwin at this place vas broken Into last As far as can be nothing was The burglars time being mostly occupied n trying to open the Fortunately they were frightened away before doing HAWKEYE DlKO FliOJl HIS a pioneer of died Thursday morning from injuries received ieveral days ago by being thrown from a colts He was postmaster of this IY His At New William a was probably fatally stabbed Thursday by his Henry The latter escaped to the tim closely followed by the sheriff and a TIUKH TIIK PACKAGE Iowa men were arrested at Grand for selling broken packages of and upon refusing to pay a Bne were sent to They propose to try the habeas COITUS standing upon their original package while the city will endeavor make all peddlers pay a SUSIECTS ITsiiEit white man called Slippery Jim and a colored man named Slim Jim are under arrest at What Cheer on suspicion of being the parlies who set fire to the town about week The Jims had on newsuits of clothes stolen from one of the stores during the fire and were seen running from the starteda short time before it was Tin SJIALLEST Lansing Is proud possessor ot the smallest horse in Cedar tie weighs just 2SO pounds and stands thirtyeight inches He is a pure Shetland pony that Lansing has just purchased of Hinsdale of Chicago and was shippec here by express from Nebraska This miniature horse is a threeyearold a dark Iron gray and handsome as a A GOBKLEI The Algona Courier relates the following little gob gler story We have heard of many sin gular freaks of and of doings of but we think the most singuar is that related by A of Union Kossuth It is this Some weeks ago his big gobbler disappeared and it was thought that he died or was tacn by some wild But on mowing the meadow the boy found the old gobbler sitting on a nest of hens He chased him but the gobbler would go back again and sit on the so he was allowed to carry out his scheme In In due time the chickens came out and are now about ten days and follow the gobbler about tho yard as would a The gobbler seems to bs exceedingly proud and gobbles so he can be heard for a mile Children Enjoy The pleasant gentle action and soothing effects of Syrup of when in need of a and when the father or mother be costive or bilious tthe most gratifying results follow its so It is the best family known and every family should have a A Thomas while switching at night was and lostboth died Thurs Still Men to Guard the New York Central 4 The latest Phase of the Depew the Strike U Along the NEW Is stilt recruiting men to guard the property ot the New York Central Every applicant Is personally examined by The successful applicant must be at least five feet eight and men of robust are pre The pay Is SIS per board while on active and half pay vhen not actively Fully fifty recruits were engaged They were taken la a roundabout way to the rear of the Grand Central The lestination of this company was West They were a tough looking lot of thet would make a bad fight if got into a Before starting them Pinkerton made an ou are not to kill ho but roar lives are put In danger you know what to You must not go ont ex lecting a because there will be and long lardly be able to get boarding houses but we will feed you and take care of Obey the orders of your captain and you will get your Kunnins as NEW Super ntendent of the New York said in regard to the strike do not need many more men iVe will run the last of the old freight out and by tomorrow we will be n the same condition we were before the The passenger travelfs fully es abllshed and just as many trains are running as there would have been before strike took At noon today Webb said the affairs of the road were In such good that the heads of various departments could again assume General Superintendent said he had re ceived many applications for reinstate ment from the old Their cases will be Grand Master Workman Powderly lent a dispatch today stating that he vould arrive here this The strikers are ud many changes Ive beeot and Jndfi I f Whatayonrname My name Is only seven of a A great many like mebcaiMUr of the stol he factories and light the Do thentreat you v The boys laugh at me and3 ome sneer at unday and others the bafctheyj evoutpeople call me LordsDayl seal to be the last the TaaA after the of Christ they pntj me I want to go alt notf merely to bnt to all people and make and their homes Dear old we love anoXwel would kiss your We hop lat yoa may continue to go about tho vorld and fill every land with Joy lesslngs the name of Him senfrj A Circular From of Knights ot Labor issued a circular today in which they assert that the state of af alrs regarding the strike has been represented by the papers of the coun They say everything is progressing n their and state that contrary to the statements of railroad officials the railroad company is refusing all ship ments of freight Channcy president of the New York in in interview today was asked his opin on on the situatibn of affairs in regard to the strike on that n said that he didnot think it was necessary to express an opinion in view of the fact that the strike was Secret Session of Locomotive execu tive board of locomotive firemen is n session here today behind closed Firemen from other roads than the Central are No of the proceedings can be Powclerly Going to NEW sent a dispatch today stating that he would arrive here this Strikers are Two Detectives Pink erton detectives stationed at West Al jany were killed by a passenger train this AT BLUFF Wesleyan Lnlverslty Interest ing Correspondence The BLUFF August is the day set apart by the Bluff Park folks for and devoted to the Wes leyan The students of this excellent Institution are given an oppor tunity each year to present a program suitable to the school and the and they have not failed thus far to win encomiums from all people interested in education and educational for the careful and painstaking and the excellent manner in which the programs were This days suc cess has surpassed the anticipations of and the delight and pleasure of tho was unbou The morning program wasbegun at the large paviltan being completely Professor the teacher of piano music in the conservatory connected with Wesleyanr opened the program with a piano solo which was excellently ren dered and received with unstinted ap plause by the Charles amemberof next years graduating gave a succinct and graphic description of the and Anna of the same delivered an excellent on Voices from Nature which increased her already considerable reputation in that Elsworth Romingers oration onthe showed fine thought in its but s memory failed him somewhat and this slightly detracted from an otherwise really Hans Albert whose brilliant and artistic violin playing has so often charmed Burlington audi rendered two sohjs during the in his inimitable r manner captivating the audience and carrying i Misses McFarland and ONca sang a duet which pleased The afternoon program consisted of an exhibition drill by the Ladies Cade Corps of tho university under the com manil of Captain The young ladies marched and countermarched be fore the door of the dining hall for near ly an to the great delectation an wonder of the many bystandersiunaccus tomed to Amazonian ladle proved conclusively that there is no rea son why girls cant make just as well drilled carpet knights as nor why that kind ot exercise isnt just as bene ficial to even we couli never listen to such ji thing as the taking the field in active following is the evening r Bcechams Pills net like manic on aweulc Bin Vocal HansAlbet MalsySchreine 1 Miss JfcFarland McDonal Perdem ProfSheel Albert Violin Vocal Violin Instrumental Wanamakers At the fiftieth anniversary ot the MiL adelphia Sunday association Postmaste General Wanamaker in the course ot hi remarks made use of the following alle gory to Illustrate the value of the Chris tain Just this Is on my I have a old friend bora nijanother country year Ifellved in agarden more beant tul any other in all the work where were no cities and rai Id like my friend to He arrived here lost Lis ten to what he v r are very V have lived a great many year I have traveled agreat Ia andjffnally t this county CAN SUCH THUieS BE row the Futnre Archieotogbt Wilt i of Base From the Buffalo Imagine cultivated person from Hln or say the heart ot Australia a2 man whoknew the but by sad ever heard ot base ball to read skilltally account f a great Juffalos and New Torks on take the point plainer ImmaMt his schollarly gentleman as livingaToOOJ ears and having dugup from the ufns of Buffalo a perfectly preserved ewspaper of the date of June n archaeological ecstycyhe seats himself mid the ruins of the monument just as they do eetetoread Giants jumped Buffalo wipes the lamond with New Yorks Suck Ewinff told the mighty toj ather up his loins and mow down When the Bisons put onS clincher in the ninth took is red donned a black vhite blazer and packed up the Giants vowing that he and Keef would ill the Bisons rane soaked one White vas nailed between second and third this naturally would have scholarly gentlemen nor e have received light from other f other papers of the same He vould read how one mighty man fanned he how another died at nd how several were amid reat In his erudite history f the Ancient American Republics and he Causes Which Led to Their e would find some such peragraph as his From the perfectly preserved record ot iieir sports ic may be asserted ualification that the Americans were the most brutalized and bloodthirsty people rho ever laid claim to any degree ot en The arenic sports of Rome less debasing and showed far Teater regard for human the riceless ancient print collection made y the author is a perfect record of f the Blsonic fete It is matter of act yet the old chronicler was y ifted with rare he ilctures the most thrilling events in the implest is indisputable proof that here were giants ia those They were so large and savage that the ors sat in iron cases and the young men who did combat with or possibly death for Often at ocalled the contestants In which sought to pitch each other out of the the overwrought men would ie while running evidently pursuingor eeing from the Those who arrived were often sacrificed oa a hot while the safe In their would howl with bloodthirsty rases I Frequently allusions to irobably ia boiling oil and to the coa estants being show that these lorrible diversions combined the hazards if a the Roman arena with the fiendish atrocities of the From the Louis Wheaone speaks of No Mans we generally presume that he refers to hat little neck of land in the Indian lying between Colorado and Kansas on the and Texas on the The original No Mans Land s a little tongue of land extending few miles south of the Mason and Dixon line jetween the states of Maryland and Del Every now and then somebody the story that this tract prop erly part of no literally out of the jurisdiction ot the Doited States that is one of the leftover pieces ti ot the whole wherein no one owns the sronnd upon which he 3n the maps the ground is credited but according to these same the claim is a shadowy f This triangular bit of territory marked off in a curious The era boundary of Maryland was early bat the southern boundary ot Pennsylvania was long a matter of Finally Mason and Dixon began heir work at the eastern boundary and proceeded while the northern boundary ot wore was declared to be whose center was New sursj veyfng the semicircle it was foand that the circumference did not touch the boundary ot Maryland at its junction with the Pennsylvania thas rise to this triangular bit of has been discarded by the three states and only allowed to attach itself to Penn sylvania for judicial Jf The Jfcw You have heard your friends and neighbors i talking about yourself be one of the many who know front personal experience just how sootS a thing it If you have ever tried yoa are oneof its staunch be cause the n onderful thins about that when once given New Discovery ever after holds a ia the If yoa have never used It and should be afflicted with col or any Limy or Chest secure a bottle at once and give it a fa It is guaranteed every 01 money Trial bottles Free al Henrys drug The United States w J From the ralrfleMEeUgeri Let us rejoice that the original age is gone that the temper of pie of the natioa oa phaseol great question has been that henceforth each state is to right and the power to deal the liquor traffic as Its and best that the victory is one for teb the defeat a blow at the saloon froia which it nevec above that the United States that it has not gouebac1i ward a hundred years on thisquestion and taken a place below that lizcd oa is the supron court decision Via to Sioux Cits oa accoun of the onTjale to Octoberll indusveT good fare lor roundtrip thats my butsshe scarcely touched it she I tv ilVi55 4 Iowa tember for i focroand ti
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