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   Burlington Hawk-Eye (Newspaper) - August 21, 1890, Burlington, Iowa                                JWBLISHED I QUAYS RESOLUTION Consideration in the Sen Morning L Displaced Tr tlie Tariff Bill Which nuDljcasied at Pro f Kaum Invest ga the senate obtained leave of absence from tomorrow on account his MrQuays resolution fii JSe time for thevoting on the tariff n Md designating other legislative busi up at this session was the Hoar demanded the yeas and nays ecing to the resolution and then i as a substitute his own proposi y ng jt in order when any bill or imion shall have been under consid raiior a reasonable time for any sen L demand that the debate be tflso moved to amend Quays rcsolu av adding to it provisions to in de in the business to be fetedcral election bill to have a on it taken on the fourth of Septem L gave notice thathe would rod a division of the Hoar then spoke at some length motion in regard to the occasion to defend the bill as lonsidcred and necessary calcu to remove force and fraud from Selection members of our great uresentative chamber and to substi K for the election which vjra all unhappily too familiar the Scelitl arbitration of the courts of the Ited It tic conclusion of Hoars speech Spooner moved to refer the Quay ilnSon to the committee on jlr Irye made an impassioned address republican senators against that utlonandin favor of the amendment He rules providing for the adoption lircvious He said that if rtfthrce republican senators would 3Kim six to ten hours every day and if the rules could be gged iu three tho tariff bill fed in ten days afterwards and the n bill in ten days after But he had never won a bat Eand never retained a Hiscock took the same view and ed the reference of the Quavreso as leading to Edmunds replied Fryes remarks 3 declared his opposition to the rauz was speaking the 5 Edmunds clock struck twelve and the tariff was laid before the senate as un Aldrich was asked i the tariff bill be laid aside tempo ry iut be decliiiod doing and so proceeded with its considcra pending question was Mclher amendment to strike out the classi ition and compound duties and to sub tutc the uuiforin rate of 45 per cent ralorcm in the cutlery e amendment was Paddock gthe only republican voting c bill was then laid aside with but one e disposed of he house amendment to the agricul nl college bill and the meat inspection I was laid before the senate and con bills now go to the ident for his lc house bill for relief of the settlers Northern Pacific railroad indemnity s was taken from the calendar and THE has ever been PIG IRON GratUyinc ProgrcM Made Jn thelndustrj Since Ang superin tendent of the census just received a bulletin on the production of pfg ron in Ae United States during the ending June In this bulletin the supe Intendent says The production of pig Including during the yea named aggregated tons of pounds to the ton as compared with tons produced during the census year of and tons during the census year of It will be gratifying to notice the great strides the southern states made in the manufacture of pig iron since the total product in that year being as against tons in The development of the manufacture of pig iron in the United States during the ten years from 1SSO to 1S90 has been and at the present rate of increase in the this country is destined soon w become the leading producer of pig iron in the pos sibly reaching this distinction in the cal endar year of Mn point of production Pennsylvania stands Ohio Alabama Illinois fourth and New York In the six western states which produced pig iron there have been a large increase in GENERAL WASHINGTON A Conference to be Asked iiii on the Bivcr and Ilorbor house committee on rivers and horbors today had under consideration the senate amendments to the river and horbor The committee decided to recommend nonconcurrence in all the and will ask the house to appoint a conference This will prob ably be done The President Invited to Cali fornia delegation in congress waited on the president this morning and inbehalf of the California 1ioneers and Native Sons of the Golden West invited him to be present and participate in cele bration of the fortieth anniversary of the admission of the state into the The president said that while he was not aWe to visit that great state this year he hoped to do so next THE SITUATION IS Powderly Says the Strike Has Be come One of the Whole Meeting of the Supreme Council Or dered in Terre Haute General Strike May Be Unaatielactory ftuvthe advancementof science began in earnest this morning with the organization and the association meeting in general session in the house of Over twohundred memoers of the association are This afternoon the various sections met separately and their vice presidents made Tonight at Plymouth church the retiring Professor Menton delivered tho annual CHEERED FOR The Kauiu special committee consisting of Goodnight and appointed to investigate the charges brought by Representative Cooper against Commissioner of Pensions Green met today to begin its Commissioner Kaum and Representative Cooper were present at the After the reading of the charges and the submission by both sides of lists of wit the committee adjourned until to ie Senate Mcnt Inspection Uill bill to Bnpt mining land from the Alien land invas laid on the table by a vote of no Tho bill for the adjustment of e accounts of workmen and mechanics to tlio eighthour law was taken it went over on the expiration of the iraing A resolution calling for tonnatiou as to Russias proscription Jews reported and Tho house then began the considera bn ot the senate meat inspection chairman of the corn on said it was pro bythis measure to open foreign s to American By opening e ports millions and millions of for gold would be brought into the mtryand would relieve the ernbar 3 condition and classes of Morgan objected to the pending 11 because it did not include lard among ieproducts which were to receive acer Bcate of He desired that inpound lard should receive the ccr of wholesomcness and he also mtcd the government to go for tho Dicing lard that was held to be of said tnis bill raid destroy the on which the rdgn governments excluded our hog He objected to an unjust dis Wnation being made against American rk under the pretense that it was un This was a measure in favor tbo armer and it was time that such Jislation should be ot favored ihe H as strengthening the hands of the plomats of the of offered an oendment bringing lard within opcra or the bill Jlr Saycrs offered an amendment pro Sing that Texas fever shall not be con toed as a contagious or infectious rite bill ihcn iTlie house proceeded to the considera ol the bill defining but without KPOsing of the measure the house ad Yesterdays Silver and sixtysix thousand ounces of silver were purchased by tho treasury depart ment today at prices ranging from 119 45100 to 120 cents per Two hundred and fifty thousand ounces were bought at the top The GuatemalaSalvador rcace state de partment received a telegram from Min ister Mizner today saying the good offices and mediation of the United States had been accepted by both Guate mala and Salvador as a basis of a treaty of peace to be presented The President Onfor Cape presi dent lef t Washington today for a weeks visit to Cape May accompanied by exSenator of New Inspectors of Hulls and acting secretary of tho treasury wday ap pointed George Knapp inspector of hulls and Charles Yeager inspector of boilers at IN THE PATH OF THE Loss of Life and Damage at IVilkcs The THE CONGRESSIONAL IJPnMlcaiis VTill Carry tho Next House the Numerous of the republican congressional JEpaign said last evening gerrymander process in the var states the since the last ogrossionai have really made apparent gain of about fifty could carry all of the terri they of have a majority of perhaps fif in the next It is not at all that they can gain than half this number of the and certainly lose some dis nctswhich they now What Ecneral result willbe no one can II at this for there are local of importance in every congres The republican cam committee Is organizing for busi beginning work in It to defeat the wholesale gerry schemes of the and I believe we will elect a majority next house of ninth regiment is on duty this morning in answer to the mayors The soldiers are assisting the police in maintaining Unemployed men were set to work today to clear away fallen and telegraph Many owners of buildings have already set about the reconstruction of the in jured portions of their Acare ful estimate places the number of build ings demolished and partly destroyed at four and some estimate that it will exceed this The loss will probably reach although in the present chaos no possible means of making a close estimate At the city hospital several victims Some of them cannot So far as can bo ascertained this morn ing the following are killed Nettie Thompson colored aged Evl Mar John Pete Eliza her infant and sixteenyearold Joseph An drew George Hamilton and an unknown The fatally injured are John John an un known employe of the Delaware and Hudson James Ber lin Frank Mary McGinley and Isaiah The city during the night was enveloped in darkness owing to the service from the electric light station being shut Thousands of people are scrambling over and about the scenes of the wreck and business is almost neg The body of Peter aged has been and there are reports of tho finding of other The liccord places the number of build ings wrecked by the cyclone at four hun dred They are in amounts from S100 to The total loss is estimated at over one million The Storm at A heavy to night stated the strike had ceased to bo one of the local and has be come one of tho whole and it will use ejery means in Itspower to continue the He intimates the federation of railroad employes will sup port the The situation is Grand Master president of the council and chief of the firemens or has ordered a meeting of the supreme council Saturday at Terre Haute for consideration of the question of the New York Central Wheth er this move means the council go through certain formal action before the general strike can be declared or whether jio strike will be declared at all re mains to be AN UNSATISFACTORY Powderly and of the executive board of Knights of Labor called on AVcbb this Toucey was with Webb and the four an tcrview which lasted twenty Webb refused tho offer of Powderly to submit the matter to arbitration on the grounds already In other he said the company was not jumping on the Knights of They did not discharge men because they were Knights of Labor but for good Neither Depew nor Vanderbilt were opposed to the Knights of Labor as an organiz Powderly once more urged that the matter be but Webb re mained Delvin asked Webb if he would consent to investigating the causes surrounding the discharge of the fifteen Webb replied there was nothing to investigate that the company was managing the road and ho did not seo why their actions should bo Delvin thcnasked him if he didnot owe the public and tho employes of his road any duty regarding its in which all were more or less Webb did not Delvin then said there was no use in further discuss ing the as the railroad company had decided themselves in favor of an independent Toucey then said Master Workman Lee was primarily re sponsible for tho Devlin asked Toucey if ho would waive the question of Lees action and consider tho discharge of the other Toucoy and WebJ re tired and that ended the Powdely and Devlin then withdrew without making any further threats or intimating what they intended to Webb gives this version of tho inter view and said the whole conference was carried on in the most pleasant At this time tho situation at tho depot is At the Terre Haute meeting Sargent said he would lay the whole case before the He fully endorsed the posi tion of the executive The executive said Powderly says to the Knights of Labor and public that the position finally as sumed by the company makes it neces sary for them to vindicate the right of labor to organize by prosecuting tho strike to the bitter When the ominous condition of affairs became plain iate tonight that a strike of all the employes of the New York Central without be ordered out cither tonight or in the a reporter went to the Grand Central depot to intetview tho railroad Webb and for the sleep Both had retired to their improvised cots and were clad in night After rubbing their eyes to get tho sleep out of them it was eleven they received tho report Webb said he considered that the strike was declared in tho belief that the Central management were opposed to the Knights of He wished to reiterate his statements that this was not the When told a strike over the whole road would be declared to night or tomorrow Webb said that in spite of all the roads would run all trains in the morning as neither he nor Voorhees appeared much de lie wished the public to know he had no official notice from Powderly of the and said all this time the company had not been lying When told the strike meut all tho employes but he appeared somewhat Neither he no Voorhees made any comment Powderly was asked tonight what would be the next He said it had not been but he would tomorrow issue an appeal to the mechanics and all employes of tho Central Hudson system and connecting The docu ment will be based on the refusal of the the company to arbitrate tho difficulties and tho employes will upon receipt of them stop work at Several reporters lounged around the Cloud hotel waiting vainly for the labor leaders to The usual at tendance of subordinate Knights of La bor The few that camo in disap peared quickly again bound on secret er Sweeny Wilkinson and How ard will leave at an early hour in tho morning for Terre Haute to attend the meeting of the supreme Little Freight Being freight is being handled but the passenger trains are not any later than A TRACK JACK DID llcpuullcans Hold an Enthu siastic Convention at Mil re publican state convention was called to order at by Chairman Payne of tho state central Michael Grif of Eau was chosen temporary Griffins speech was enthusi astically cheered and every reference to Governor Hoard and the Bennett law was the signal for hearty and Mailman were made temporary A committee on consisting ot one delegate from each congressional dis with Ogden Fethers as chair man was then After the ap pointment of other committees the con vention adjourned untilIthree Upon Governor Hoard was placed in nomination by Genera George and a mo tion to make his renqmination by ac clamation wascarried amid Gov ernor Hoard was then sent He was enthusiastically and spokeas follows President and gentlemen of the tender to you and through you to the republicans of my heartfelt thanks for this mark of your confidence Life brings no better reward in any departmentof hu man effort than the assurance of duty well done Two years ago I promised to hold your honor and the honor of our beloved commonwealth in faithful keep What you have done today is evi of your belief that I have at least tried to redeem my For your generous and hearty recognition and en dorsementl am deeply Wis consin stands today with tho eyes of the whole nation upon From Maine to California comes the inspiring stand the littlo school For LABOR DAY PROCLAMATION Governor of Crestons JIlue Grass Palace Governor Boles Death of a Young Blan at Des Molnes f Special to The DES Boies today issued the following procla mation The general assembly having established the first Monday Jn Septem ber as a legal holiday to be known as Horace hereby invite the people of Iowa to ap propriately observe the It is es pecially proper that the laboring people of the state should upon this day as semble together and rejoice over the wonderful developments of its material intcrests in which their hands have so largely aided to I there fore urge that tho usnal avocations of our citizens bo suspended on this occa sipnJn rendering a suitable tribute of re spect to the day designed to honor those whoso strong arms are shields of our na tion as well as the source of our WEAVER GETS sake not the hope of your children and the progress and perpetuity of the Tho republican party has always been a party of principle and an exponent of the It stands with sub lime courage for equality and liberty in It now demands for everv child that he be given the priv ileges of his The child that is the citizen that is to be ha appealed to the republican party and all patriotic citizens that he be granted Shall he appeal in vain Thank here is an issue that touches every core of our civil Men from every nation and forgetting every prejudice of race or touch elbows along down the line in defense of that education to the child that shall make secure that for which the immortal Lin coln prayed at a govern ment of the for the people and by the of Green was nominated for lieutenant governor on the first ballot and the convention then adjourned until The ticket was not completed until after The nominations are Secretary of Edward of Wai worth Albert of Milwaukee attorney James of Clark county superintendent of public of WInncbago railroad Ly man of Eau Tho conven tion is still in had confe back tolive with his She and threw his valicc out of the window and slammed the door in his Jn revenge yesterday swore out a warrant against the woman and will prosecute her for The Blue Grass Palace Opened to the Governorlloles k Special to The Crestons magnificent blue grass palace was com pleted today and is ready for the grand opening The building as compared with the palace of last year Is double in decorations and displays and will accommodate more than twice the number of Governor who formally opens the palace tomor arrived this evening accompanied by his staff and the State band of Des He was welcomed by Company D and artillery and the mayor and prom inent A steady ran has poured down for uhe I past few hours and bids fair to dampen the open ing days The city is fast fill ing up with each incoming train unloading crowds of people and exhibits from the different counties of the The prospects fora grand and successful are The management have left nothing and Creston is ready to entertain the California Democratic State SAN demo cratic state convention today adopted a platform reaffirming principles of the Louis platform of 1S34 and de claring against the depleted the imposition of unequal and oppressive the arbitrary disregard by the speaker of the house of representatives of all parliamentary and the shameless servility displayed by the ma jority in the house in yielding ready obedience to his tyrannical mandates their refusal to join the democracy in its effort to procure the passage of the meas ure permitting the free coinage of silver the neglect of the present administration to modify remit the tariff denounces and condemndthe republican majority in the national house of repre sentatives for the passage of the infam ous Lodge election bill denounces the McKinley bill favors recoinage of silver and the enactment of laws against pools and trusts tho election of United States senators by tho of the people and the adoption of the Australian ballot ThtOSliatTsTit Candidate dominated in the Seventh Special to The DES The dem ocrats of the Seventh district held their congressional this The meeting was lacking in enthusiasm and the attendance of delegates 4was of Was chosen and secre It early appeared that Boss Leh manns plan to nominate Weaver was to be and the conscientious democrats raised a The strange fact was that tho directors themselves kept well in the showing that a row was After the re port of the committee on resolutions the convention took a recess and held a secret i but all their efferts to keep dark what happened within the rooms was of no tho republicans were alert enough to obtain information enough of the row to cloth their faces in smiles for the balance of blood of bburbonism was up and some bitter speeches were The speakers were applauded and Some were in favor of Barnett others were equally strong for One delegate said if the democrats would nominate Barnett General Weaver would take the stump for This was One man said Barnctts candidacy was a republican scheme to defeat the He was not a Barnett A third was opposed to either Barnett or He ed a straight democrat and he knew hosts of democrats who would vote for Hull in preference to any Bar netts name was once greeted with hisses as was the statement the republicans were putting up money to run The contingent opposed to Weaver returned tho compliment with hisses when that gentlemans name was Sen ator Cassitt was appointed as a committee of one to go out and consult the The senator taked with and re with that gentleman and in less than five notwithstanding much the cau cus settled quickly upon When the convention reassembled Sen ator Cassctt made a pathetic effort to place Weaver In He said Weaver wasa great the equal of anygreat Some Bill Tfor tcr clapped his hands and the motion carried but the democrats are mad and many openly express their determina tion to vote for Part of the consid eration in tho nomination of Weaver was that Engle shall withdraw in this dis This will prove He ex presses himself strongly opposed to Wea ver and claims the Farmers Alliance will support He is in the field to and as far as Warren county is concerned he will poll as many votes as demagogue Hull feels very The effect of to days nomination will also be to make the election of Lacey in sixth an assured The union laboritcs will resent attempt to deliver them into tho hands of the democrats without asking their There is no small sized row on Weaver died in the sixth His remains will be buried in the SHOT Slid Accidental Death a Younjp Man at Des Special to DES Aug evening living alone with his returned homo after his days work and after supper started to go outside In tho rear of the lot taking his revolver with Soon after the mother heard the report of a pistol and went into tho calling her son by Not receiving any reply she procured a lamp and went outside and there she found him shot iu the the revolver still graspco in his It is supposed that the weapon was accidentally Young Doyle was but nineteen years old and the sole support of his widowed He was in the employ of wholesale TEEFIED Intense Excitement Over eoveryjjf aCase of ambers Brought the Disease from India f Streets Several Pennsylvania state prohibition convention assembled at this After the appointment of the usual and the transac tion of other routine business Agib Rickets was elected permanent chairman A recess was taken until two WhipCracker Lehmann turned after consultation Henton County Special to The republi cans of Benton county held very enthusiastic county convention nominating by acclamation county officers as follows County Wilncr of Belle Plaine county Frand Mossraar of Polk township county Whipple of Taylor township county John Young of Eden Ifcntoii Connty twelfth annual reunlonof the Benton county veteran association will be held here 27 and General William Gibson of will deliver an The Fifth Iowa infantry veteran asso ciation and the Thirtyseventh Iowa in the will be pres Colonel of the Iowa and other will be hasat last reached and there a downright panic which overshadows everything Robert the first brought the disease with him from where he doubtless got it from some ot the returned Mecca pil He landed Sunday last from the steamer Duke which came straight from India and was subjected to no special notwithstanding all the warnings of danger in thefpre3s and the excellent example set by the French government in regard to all ves sels arriving at French and Algerian ports from the Leigh went to a coffee as the cheap London lodg ing houses are and was carried to a hospital on a stretcher through the street The doctors at once pronounced it a case of Asiatic A interview with tha doc tor who admission of the that he wandered freely about the East End before he became so ill that he was obliged to go to During his wan derings he drank and conversed with a number of The doctor has no that many persons have contracted the disease in the coffeehouse where Leigh and expresses fear that It will spread There is no question that the mantis suffering from Asiatic cholera in its worst The people in the neighborhood of the lodg ing house are badly but the health authorities display a greater degree of alarm even than those who have been exposed to the Emperor Williams visit to the czar is being carried out strictly according to and it is impossible to fore cast at present the result of the negotia tions which are going on under cover of the Chancellor Von Caprivi will meet the Russian foreign at and whatever agreement may have been en tered into by the two emperors will be arranged in detail before the ministers It is a curious fact that the army maneuvers which Emperor William is witnessing take place in the Baltic provinces of whichare German in race and as well as in the names of the and Lutheran in There can be no doubt of the desire of the Courlanders for annexation to nor the willingness of the latter power to accom modate them should a favorable oppor tunity It is also regarded as significant that the present should have been selected as the moment for order ing the formation of a new regiment of German Reunion at Special to the Aug preparations have been made to re ceive the old soldiers of the 30th Iowa who will gather in this city to morrow and Friday in their eighth an nual A heavy rain set in this evening and unless it clears off by morn Ing tomorrows exercises will be greatly interfered water We may fchepaekets tor run closer totheir schedules thantl have The was expected night bnfmay not arrive until this f The Charlotte Boeckler Schulenberg both passed down Paul due downyesterday TJ afternoon is not looked for until BT The WesternWheel Scraper Works Ilcanant Again SIS Special to The PLEASAXTV ten oclock tonight the building of Western Wheel Scraper wasdis covered to be and spite all efforts to subdue the flames the entire plant was reduced to entailing a second serious loss on the company within two It Is not known how the firfe Watchmen the building say there was no sign of fire an hour previous to the alarm and the general supposition is that it was the work of FOE GENERAL FOREIGN Wholesale Slaughter of Christians Re ported at jVeics says the situation Armenia is daily becoming more There has been a wholesale slaughter of Christians at Appointed General iam who has been assistant Cholera Appears at death from cholera has occurred on the steamer at from The disease has also appeared at Tortosa and The Potato cilic railroad at this has been ap pointed general manager of the Montana Union The latter is a part of the Union Pacific THE FIGHT Idahos First Rspublicau BOISE first republican stato convention hold in the new sfoto of Idaho assembled here to Wheeler was chosen tempo rary Nominated hy tho Sioux Farmers Alliance convention Cherokee today nominated of as candidate for congress from tho eleventh RAILROAD j dem feing ocrats mty be able to hold their of the districts they but the unfair means of itanK against those who it The record of house of representatives has throughly satisfactory to the coun fla favored the farmers and the it flas increase the volume and hasful republican pledges io the SiemI aro receiving encourage iidik 1m cyery Action of the countrv wind storm unroofed houses and barns at three miles from last The house occupied by Luther Hall and family was partially blown down and one of Halls sons was killed and another fatally Chamberlains Eye and Skin A certain cure for Chronic Sore Eyes Salt Scald Old Chronic Fever Prairie Sore lupples 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 The Worlds Fair The executive committee and building and grounds committee of tho Worlds Fair directors were in session four hours this afternoon and evening discussing the apparently never ending question of a site for the What if any was could not be the com mittee being in strictly executive As a general liniment for sprains and bruises or for lame deep seated or muscular Chamber lains Pain Balm is For sale by all one of the most history of thecoun Cartcr said that the real head of take hold of the A Well Known Theatrical Man the well known theater owner and pro died this morning at Bay of the Terrible Railroad Accident at other victims arc added to the list of dead this Miss Ella aged twenty who died at the and Miss Abbie of Although no has been made it appears the cause the acci dent was a track which had been left on the Such a tool was picked up in the weeds near the scene of tho ac cident that showed plainly the marks of wheels where it had been run The foreman of the section named 1 It appears from the statement of pas sengers that pickpockets worked with great success and reaped quite a Those who escaped uninjured were dazed and all that seemed necessary was a respectable looking person to meet any of them and offer to take charge of their These wore turned over in many Several of the dead were known to have money and watches but these were not found on their per sons Twelve persons are now at the Qiiincy They are all seriously most of them scalded by escaping steam and several are in a precarious A Fatal PALMLB 20 col lision occurred this afternoon on the Denver and Rio between Palmer Lake and which resulted in the death of Engineer Hart and proba bly the death of Fireman 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 the most gratifying results follow its so that it is the best family remedy known and eveiy family should have a that Immediate Action to lie Taken In Joint Kate Cases hy Iowa Special to The DES a conversa tion today between Governor Boies and the members of the board of railroad commissioners in regard to the enforce ment of the joint tho governor was in favor of instituting suit against one road only and making the matter some thing of the nature of a test The commissioners prefer to begin prosecuting all of the roads at once and avoid any delay of proceedings during which time tho railroads would operate in op position to the commissioners Attorney General Stone andCommis sioner Smith have been telegraphed for and immediate action will be taken upon their Homeseekers Excursion a meeting of the general passenger agents of in the of the Central Traffic association today it was decided to sell homeseekers excursion tickets from all points in that territory on dates fixed by the western roads for such The tickets are to bb sold on September 0 and and good going on date of sale only and returning for thirty Prohibitionists Active in Their Prosecu tion of Origiiml Package Special to The Kin nick camo down here from Bloomfield yesterday and raided an original package house run by He found a barrel of bottled beer he The trial is set for August The citi zens of Pulaski are determined to break up the liquor business they had to sub mit for a period of four months from April 9 to August and consider they have of the county au thorities yesterday seized the whole stock of tho AnheuserBusch Brewing of at its agency in this The other original package houses had shipped their stock out of the Tho officers captured nearly one hundred and it was confiscated under the Iowa Sioux Law and Order League yesterday instituted prosecutions against the proprietors of all tho leading original package An injunction was served on Mander and his stock of liquors is now in tho hands of the Established Secretary and As sistant Secretary of the republican state central committee have arrived in the city and established head Death of a WellKnown DES a wellknown and respected citizen of the state for many died aged after a protracted ill THE The Saratoga Threefourths of amile Stratagem Sir Kae third Second mile and half a fur long Busted Flood Tide Eminence third Third furlongs Kitty Van Golden Rod King Hazen third Fourth of a mile Young Duke Wary Ecstacy third Fifth mile Birthday Major Tom Mario third is spreading with alarming rapidity in the southern portion of County In all parts of Armagh it has assumed serious The Day Island Drainage Special to The HawkEyeJ of held court here for Judge in the famous Bay Island Drainage District tKe latter having been counsel for the commissioners before his The commissioners having filed their re port that the scheme was Judge Marsh was called in to pass upon The case coming on for trial numer ous signers of the original petition and others filed a motion to The court overruled the motion onaccount of but gave them until the 10th of September to file a more formal peti and a hearing will be held on the September on this at which time a final result will be CompajqrH Kelation As the time draws near for the annual brigade to be held this year at Des the members of H are making their preparations to drop business restraints and engage in summer The following orders have been issuedr Headquarters Burlington i Second L Company OKDER In compliance with special order issued from the adjutant gener als this company will start for the brigade encampment at on Saturday Angust on train which leaves Burlington at 7 oclock On said morning the company will meet at the armory at oclock roll call at B Members will wear their uniforms and carry canteens and blan ket bags the blankets will be packed within and overcoats rolled on top of blanket The company quartermaster with detail and cooks will leave for camp Friday August on The quartermaster will take charge of the transportation of the baggage of the company and of the members Members of the company if have individual baggage at the armory by Thursday All valises should be locked and the owners name written on a tag and fastened If any member can not have his baggage ready by said time he must have same at the armory on or before Friday August First Company H will hold a special meeting at the armory on next Thursday evening J to make final preparations to attend tha brigade encampment at Des The adjutant general has strictly en joined the various company commanders to insist that every enlisted man attends the In case of failure to attend the member must be fined at the rate of 32 per day for eachdays We are informed that nearly every active member of Company II will attend camp this year The Burlington Rides have been in vited to take parein the parade on Labor DayThe invitation will probably be accepted it comes but two days after the close of the brigade Special orders S9 have issued by Adjutant General ordering an election to fill vacancy that will occur oa September 3 In the first the expiration of the term of service of General The election will be held in Des August The members of are unanimously in favor of electing General Wright as his own The following promotion have been announced by the captain of Corporal WmChamberlain to be Private Schlampp to be 4th CHRISTIANS AT State at DCS DES state Christian Disciples convention began in this city yesterday and will continue until About three hun dred delegates from all parts of the state are in The session will be gin at 9 oclock each morning and ad journ at 5 oclock in the of is and of secre These gentlemen constitute the conference which has in charge the general state work under the direc tion of the annual and their report was read this Tomor row morning the regular work of the convention The annual meeting is called to arrange the missionary work of the to provide for hodmg re vivals throughout tho state where the organization is not and to make arrangements for mission work in towns arid The Knojcvllle Special to the HawkEyeJ Marion county fair opened with a very light A steady rain fell all afternoon making the track slow First minute trot Brown Jim Little Badger second time Second Race Threeyearold stake trot Washaska won time Third pacing Original Package Greenstotts second time Foughkcepsio two thousand specta nearly seventyone years got into a fourwheel skeleton wagon and drove BelleJHamlin and Jus tina a mile to beat their record of He did making a mile in class Globe Miss Alice Golden Rod Camcelle fourth Second Sky Light Nightingale Honey Ida Norwood fourth Third Hal pointer Jrt Jew ell third For the Advancement of John of says I tried Chamberlains Chol era and Darrhcca Remedy for diarrhoea and severe cramps and pans in the stomach and bowels with the best re In the worst cases I never had to more than the third dose to effect a cure In most cases one dose will Besides its other good qualities it is pleasant to 25 and 50 cent bottles for sale by all druggists Canadas Wheat Man gov ernment crop bulletin issued todaygives the average wheat yield at twentyfive bushel per with a total of twenty million bushels Harvesting is half over and the weather Change of monthly ir hot are cured by Drr AH IOWA ENOCH ITred Bonners Ketnrns Afterji Long Ab sence and years ago and Fred Bonners were married in Iowa They had three children Bouncrsnasa wanderer and did not support his family Half a dozen times during the past ten years he has been away from home for Oa he and months later his wife so she that he had died in She had no money and took in washing to support the fanulj About one year ago she claims to have married a railroad man named Will Johnson They lived in poverty in a one story corner of Sixth and Clay In this On Sunday Fred husband his He was The AYashlngtou Park Washington matchrace be tween Palo Alto and was post poned until on account of the large programme for The weather was fihe and the track Sunol was announced for a trial and made it in thirtyone seconds as officially Several well known horsemen took the time as 30X being the same made by Maud for that Sunol may make another attempt to beat the Maud record Sat urday First pacing and miic heats Manager Maggie Jack Shield third Kelthshnrsr Shooting Special to The HawkEyeJ Great Western ohooting association in its sec ond days sport held of did the best shooting and won a good Judge of Gales won the chief Parisian toilet oriental scarf and Japanese Frank won several prizes and John Milgels of this city did some fine Buddand Slice didas about as they Tom Marshall kept up his former record while Omar Lloyd and Tabor did equally All is going The boys are having lots of sport and our through the will tender them a banquet at the city whereupon his excellency will acquit himself in his usual eloquent and filicitons Our is thronged with the general disciples of the death dealing liiibor NEW conference of labor leaders which begun last eve ning was resumed this Grand Master Sargent said before the meeting convened There is a misapprehension on thepart of the regarding vthe power of this Wilkeson and are members of the supreme council of the Federation of bnt as there are twelve members in the council we have no authority to order a All we can do is to report the result of our deliberations to the full committee of our supreme council and the full com mittee can then act upon our The other eight members of the council are within easy are once more reviewing the entire evidence sub nutted to and how long the confer ence may last I cannot Webb repeated the statement that everything is running as and added that he did not anticipate any fur ther of the County JaUV EDITOR Board of Su pervisors must surely have a poor coa tract for its guide if some of the work is executed according to its letter and Thp writer would advise the board to mb some of it dowa with brick bat and then put a glass case over it to keep the flies There seems to be a fatalityabont DCS Moines county buildings that they should be so costly and so poor and In this building we have two kinds of brick and work on the same street frontagej 1 making the building appear as if it were t built at two different times causing each V part to make the other look With the enormous sum which the contractors get for this job they could well afford to have faced the south wall of the jail with pressed brick the same as the residence Seven five hundred pressed brick would have done it and more tocv Two hundred dollars would have more than paid for it arid made whole building of it instead of frag cells Thirtytwo made and eluding plumbing Chrome steel n and would have cost Now Des Moines County pays more than that for onehalf the number and norbetterma terial or The first tioned sum included window beams and the fix tures for a first class JailThis proposi tion was barred out bnt it caa be seen at the writers place of Another proposition for the of Iron for remember there was to 32cells and a female prison with furni It would have taken a larger building to contain these cells than tho one we now have in process of and still it would have only cost Des Moines County Second mile breeders stakeBelle Wilson Florence Dlllard Roderick Baroness drawn Third trot the Keno Alvin second Jessie Gainer Walter fourth Fourth mile Alfred McDoel Margaret Nobble fourth best Fifth mile chickens and fresh fish at the Little An Actors NEW an who traveled last season the White Slave shot and killed anvengineer named Robert last The shooting was the result ot scandalous stories heard by the husband about his wife and Free samples of Miles Restorative Nervine at WIttes drag Cures Sleepless drink or use for cooking tho raw and muddy river waterBuy u combined filter and cooler at CG successor to Bosch Some but inartistic German has made up a compound of sugar and condensed milk and from which A cup of tea can be madeby simply pour ing on boiling desiring yonngmeaor to work evenings andSatur their board cait secure same by calling at the Business A a well developed apple growing on an ordinary the result of skillful llorsfords Acid Chosphate A tcaspoonf ul added to a glass ot hot or coUH and sweetened to the wilt be found refreshing and There is a news stand GaS whose proprietor refuses to sell newspaf pers to colored Bloater Sol land herring and spiced herring at Little fi Via to Creston for the Blue Grass palace on sale from August to good for return 15 days from date of One fare for round v Klver A rise of six inches is thesource 20 thirty Miles Free samples at without and bringing his valice SSOO TurkFranklin to stageiis i ninth annual mooting of the American Wittes drag 1 lie went to the house and stated that he I Albatross third best now three feet seveaInches above low an 1 Agent In totake charge of duct the sale ot one of fastest selling offered tothe American peoples person we pay a liberal large For full particulars 25 boxes Centennial soap on at the Little fo tha The best iceJ Bonn   

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