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   Burlington Hawk-Eye (Newspaper) - August 27, 1890, Burlington, Iowa                                I TABL1SHED BOCRATSJILLYDALIP i Dilatory Taoties Indulged In in the ntlon to Revoke All Creates a Breexe BUI tjie afinlngton After th ln tie of demanded th it order and contended that am business was the Conger lard e upon the passage of which as inconclusive owing to th sence of a of New argued thai rbislness on the table mus disposed of liter considerable debate on the sub jn nhich Cannon and Adams o took Sneaker Keed de nlbat the question before the house jdll call on tho passage of the lard jjr of appealed from decision in sustaining the decision tho vote nted no quorum and a call of tho was ordered One hundred and j members having responded to iamesBrosms moved to dispense Jurther proceedings under the motion the opponents of the in order to consume or Mtlieveasandnajs whe motion to dispense with further ieedings was agreed to and the vote mined sustaining the decision of e But the quorum had van kedind the iote yeas VS14 The clerk being unable to vote another can Of the house was one hundred and members having responded to and nineteen members hav jrted their presence to the tor announced there was m present Morgan moved an he believed some agreement on bill could be The mo Vas lost Cannon then offered a resolution ng the scrgcantatarms to notify members to return to Washington Ihout and revoking all leaves of ience csccpt those granwd on account Tho resolution recites that Icetoday the legislative proceedings re interrupted by the want of a mm tnat certain members incntion ifbelr names answered their names lerthe but did not respond on tlarroll Hatch and trs protested against the ing it was an unjust arraignment of jy member mentioned in it and its ijtlon would be a censure of those ion Ilere was great confusion in the Pally a dozen members were on feet demanding recognition on the ion of personal privilege and their ts to secure such recognition was ily seconded by their ly Grain was recognized and said ilsisnothiuR uiit a petty species of the object being to threaten D order to compel us to I am insible to my constituents I out of the chamber intentionally to nted as present and not of nothing the resolution could be construed into and Cannon the naming of egentlemcn in the resolution was but inring the roll of Xew referred to ecascs of Anderson and Hayes who dtieen present all day protesting that iarablc pairs wen named in the He did not know how many fer gentlemen were in a like Jtthis windy breeze from the prairies jh his cork screw gestures attempted over the members of the house ilnont of public scorn and indlgna From timeto time republican members d for a vote but Turner refused to i tie floor announcing that he ided to talk for at least an he ntimicd to arraign the chairman of the lie was but posing before the press Turner managed leonsumc three quarters of the hour he l undertaken to fill and when he amidst applause of the demo c on motion the house THE t to Close Debate on the TarllT llill September senate flnaiilmous consent agreed to the of Aldrich in regard to debate on the tariff Tho Wilitntc for tie house bankruptcy bill reported from tho judiciary cora imeoand placed on the A solution directing tho committee on les to prohibit the sale of Urns or malt liquors in the senate wing i tie was taken up but went re until The conference ontlio sundry civil appropriation W5 presented and JAllison defended the action of the M and explained the cx e difficulty which they had encountr in dealing with the He rc the history of the irriga and spoke of the hostility wefirst appropriation of s purpose had met from every Mr of the senate committee on ap After some in uoagan defended the past action of res and ihe director of irrigation Jintuematter of reserving rcser siiesirom the the con ice report on the suudrv civil apprb agreed bill was then taken to offered an amendment to Cnf j from silver ores and Plumb had offered one tlio duty on lead ore and lead to Jf Before pro e Paragraph Plumb gave iSnM to tho Wll which at the proper The is the bill for reciprocity with trpducod by Bntterworth in Tio amendment b gwesto restrict the operation of re arrangement to manufactured s 0PPOsod the two amcnd tic Plumbs cents Per Pound was Jcled Cokes amend oro extracted from dut was then voted No other two lead a and lead in cews a to metalic a crude not committee dutv of 33 without The dutyof thrce recommendation of lecommendatton of Bended on ihe too by reducing the duty factures not agreed whole schedule but he resemd AJS words imposing a duty of twenty ne cent on veneers not especially provided The next pickets anc was amended by reducing the dutvfrmn per cent totejpj iragraph by red to Aldrich moved to amend the oara graph which puts 10 per cent on cMr cane manufactured but not made into finished articles by striking out words manufactured but not made into finished and inserting in their place the or whether wrought or manufactured from ratans or and whether round or square or any other shape agreed Schedule relating to ing been Aldrich said the committee proposed to let that schedule ho passed over Informally for the so sched ule F relating to tobacco and its facture will be tho first thing taken up CHEERS FOE Ie is Kenominated Amid Intense Eu thuBiasm at The opeia louse was jammed full of republicans the McKinley convention opened it Wassillon this A telegram rom Secretary Maine was causing mmense Congressman Smyser ntroduced Judge of vho made a speech nominating McKin He reserved McKinleys name to last and when i J was pronounced the cheers and shouts that arose fairly shook lie When the vote was called or by Smyser the walls quivered with he mighty aye that went up and the rowd cheered and cheered Major McKinley then followed with his speech f acceptance which was a masterly A number of other speeches were made and the convention ended mid great TONGUES OP llcVlckers FireProof Theater In Chl cugo was discov red in McVickers theater at this As far as it can be learned it riginated in the smoking room under he The flames spread rapidly nd smoke filled the entire hirty minutes after starting the fire ad made its way from tho basement of 10 roof and a few minutes before four clock was leaping from all windows on 10 west and east sides of the Tie guests in the Saratoga and Windsor otels and the Bennett house became anic stricken and although there no While seven firc icn were at work in the au itorium the roof fell but they scaped without The rear wall hen fell in and all the men were buried the Jack Duffy had his skull ractured and will probably Tho hers were more or less seriously he front part of tho building was occu Icd by stores and offices and the loss icre will bo Tho total loss to ic theater building and its occupants is stimated at over Horace Mc the says his loss will each over Several stores on tate street caught fire hut the flames ere soon The watchman links the fire was of incendiary e said about two oclock he found a mall blaze in a pile of rags under the which he put Kcturrilng a lort time after he discovered a fire under 10 auditorium and was fighting the amcs when the engines hey Xearly Destroy the Village or rink titan at three clock yesterday morning destroyed tho rcater part of tho village of a ew miles northeast of this The DSS is about with little ELECTED TO GET ttorney of Clioscu to Forsake the Kachelordoni Within a Arthur Fisher is a candidate for inatri lonial He is a member of tho wl a society of Ogle county bache and his doom was sealed at its pic ic August During the day came the ection of Among the offices is ne called The Beauty of the and he who is elected to this office must marry within a year and withdraw rom the The charm has never ailed to work and every man who as been elected to the office has been narried within the Every other Beer Is elected by but this ne is elected by solemn and secret the ballots were counted it was ound that Fisher was the doomed The goodnatured attorney made pleasant speech and tried in his clever way to turn It off as a The sequel as never failed to ELEVEN STATE GOVERNORS HE Preparations for tlie Tejais State Fair Kxcltlngr Jtaces Special to THE State air association today wired to bo pres nt at the opening of the fair Governors of of of of of of Lou and of With lose who have already accepted these make eleven The Texas FarmersAlliance has accepted an invi ation to be present on alliance not ct when tho leaders of the rganization would like to meet those of lie order in the northwest and A ontract was let today for an electric allway which is to take the rounds of he grounds with stations at all the de artments The derby race will bo the Tcatestcver had in the Ten thousand dollars will bo There aro ow two hundred racers The Battle department will exceed that of ast when there were head Breeders all over the state take advantage of the fair to pur hase fine to Opposition to f from the committee on m alid today presented to the ouso tlie minority report in opposition to the bills granting pensions of er year to the widows of Generals Mc llcland and Killed His rimes was killed by Us Alva yesterday at tho latter s near this Irimes had raised a disturbance and Thornton struck him with a A Mall Carrier i mail was arrested yesterday or stealing His peculations had been going on for some He con essed and was bound over in the sura of Children Enjoy The pleasant gentle action and oothing effects of Syrup of when nneed of a and when the ather or mother be costive or bilious the most gratifying results follow its so flat it Isi lie best Irno a s e mowjiand every ARE IN The New York Central Strikers Still A Maes Mcetlnc at New York Addressed by Powderly and Chi cago Stock Tards Strike Not papers were eagerly read by the strikers and the members of the general executive board this morning to learn tho full details of the proceedings of the supreme council at Terre Haute When Devlin had finished reading the papers he said The situation looks more favorable than we had any reason to We as is stated in this mornings that the council could not help us by ordering a general as none of the members of tho federation had any gnvauces which could draw them into our light contrary to tbe law of the federation on this Knowing and obsen ing the action of the council I can say that the aid offered our We did not think the council would arraign tho railroad company in such a sweeping denunciation of the methods they are now employing in an endeavor to destroy our It shows that they realized the gravity of tho sit and so they have ex tended to us the full assistance at their Tho resolutions adopted show an honest opinion among the members of tho such as they had expressed before leaving Now that the com panys position was a direct attack upon organized They have extended to us not only moral but financial the latter being more than wo and they in deter mined to support the fight as their We shall now go right on and win the struggle on our former lines of cam A Muss VTEW twenty 5ve hundred persons including curiosity seekers and a heavy police force attended a mass meeting of the Kuights of Labor at Union Square It did not equal either in number or enthusiasm the expectations of tho projectors of tho Tho interest centered mainly n The former employes of the 2Cew York Central of this city inarched in a body to the square behind a drum The men loudly Opposite tho cottage a truck lad been which was occupied by several the most prominent being Professor of the Cloakmakers His speech was a repetition of the one delivered at the ioaVmakcrs mass meeting in Cooper Jnion some timo with tho addi ional advice to do way with the Webbs and Depews and have a iniversal labor cooperation throughout he United Tho magnates of tho meeting were assembled on the main Powderly and Hayes and the iromoters of the meeting were all Margaret who figures prominently in Irish politics in this city ave a five minute She coun elled organization among tho laboring ilasses and advocated Letters of regret for nonattendance vere read from Samuel presi dent of the Federation of He ympathized with the men and denouced ho attempts of tho company to crush heir Powderly was the iext He said you may feel disheartened because the Terre Haute onvention did not declare a general Your executive board did not xpect it All we expected was o have their support and they aro with foot and artillery They are and they havestated their opinion They say our battle must go on and go on it The Central railroad officers may talk about goods being ut they dont tell the There are many merchants in New York who know Powderly then dwelt with Webbs iharges that the men were dismissed for irunkenncss or other causes prejudicial o the interests of tho The peaker next dealt with Chief Ho said Arthur recently sat on the ilatform with railroad officials at Sew Haven and they put their arms around his The strike which we lave Powderly is iot only a strike of tho people of New York but of the people of The meeting then listened to a fiery jreamble followed by resolutions which lenounced the New York Central officers as arbitrary and Several ocal speakers followed and then tho meeting broke Webb Says Everything is All NEW President Vcbb this morning said everything along the line of the road was in good ondition and that freight was moving WILL FIGHT THE ew York Brickmakers Combine to Re sist a NEW per cent of the brick producers have igned the manufacturers agreement and the remainder are expected to come n today or tomorrow when the tieup vill be Its effects will bo felt riday and if the boycott is persisted in y the Knights of Labor nearly men will bo thrown out of SURPRISED THE In Unexpected Move on the Fart of the Stock Yards strike of tho dtock Yards Switching association after the adjustment of tho grievances of the engineers and firemen put a new phase on the situation and this morning it was decided to association and each road to do its own The old men were told heir services were no longer needed and others were procured to do tho switch Superintendent Marsh went to the stock yards this morning at the head of Jiree hundred men to take charge of ttie police arrangements there and see that 10 acts of violence were committed by Tho first road to make a move was the It had three engines In the and when the engineers refused io take them but officers of the road took places of tho engineers and switchmen and the engines were taken to Jie round It is not expected that he railroads will attempt to take up tho work laid down by the switching will doubtless see a strong effort made to re sume business in the The ques tion whether the engineers will obey he orders of their or whether ihey will see fit to transfer tho tie from tho switching association to individual roads or those composing Tho strikers have given up tho They will this afternoon send a conv mitteetothe railroad officials asking to DO taken back at tho old rate of The strike has cost those directly in terested not far from a half million dol There are 150 cars of dressed meats in the and each car contains and its loss at the market price means The contents jf many of the carsare found to bo spoiled and unfit for ALL EOADS MAT TIED UP The rumor thatthe strikingstock yards switchmen hadrepentedtheir hasto and asked to taken backby the switching association at the oldrate of wages is The roads solved their association and each road will hereafter do It a question whether ttie employes of the different railroads agree to take the places of the strikers that formerly composed the em Should the railroad men ref road enter ing Chicago may be tied up bofori fortyeight From the fact that the strike inaugurated last night was irregu lar or the fact of the men failing to sub mit demand for increase pay to their superiors before it is be lieved that the Switchmens association will not countenance the Chicago and Alton Switchmen on the Chicago and Alton road have struck be cause the company wished to put one o its old employes in charge of the yard at About fortyfive are out alto Passenger trains are moving all but freight trains are tied Freight Trains Kunning on following dis patch was received this morning at the office of the Cake Shore road from Gen eral Passenger Agent Daniels of the New York Central Our operating department has authorized the freight department to resume the carrying ol perishable and all our traffic Is being moved as Passenger trams are on and no further trouble is CRANBERRIES WILLBE The Yield Thin Year Will Be Far Short of nnAverage Wis last few days have been full of anxiety to cran berry growers in this The frost predicted by the signal service came Thursday night and rumors are current that of the producing marshes near here have suffered in The season here has been unfavorable forthe development of the there having been too much water during the spring months and too much hot weather during July and Under favorable con ditions the vines would have yielded 000 but various place the will be taken off In about 10 to bar The prospective yield in the cran berry district north of this belt is estim ated at and will not fall short of that unless an early frost cuts it TEN THOUSAND DOLLABS Liberal OlTer for the Arrest of the Mur derer of Stlllnrell at son of who was murdered in his city Sunday December today offers a reward of for the arrest of the Still well was brained with an ax while sleep ng in a room with his wife and Stilhvell claims to have seen the murderer when he entered tho fearing for the safety of the chil covered herself and them with bed through which she heard tho murderous blows which killed her hus She afterwards married a physi cianof this and the tongue of gos sip has been very busy about her affairs ever The son evidently believes that his father was murdered by a bur A Dynamite Experiment hundred persons gathered near tho Tillage of Perry ville this afternoon to eo of this fire his patent dynamite On May when ustln gave a public test of his one of them exploded and blew the gun into same thing happened his afternoon and the spectators had a inb view of tho cannon weighing thirty housand pounds being blown in tho The gun to on the fourth Many persons were within twenty ards of the gun but none were Washington Park a meeting of he worlds fair directors this evening by a vote of fifteen to three it was decided hat Washington Park was the mostde irable site for the worlds A reso was adopted postponing inal decision until the ninth of Septem when the national committee will be n The usual conflict between he West Side members of the directory and other directors took A Wreck on the Chicago express on the Baltimore ran nto an open switch near Point of Rocks this The was he fireman badly No passen ers were Further particulars of tho wreck say Tireman who was lied in a short A brakeman named lay was also A small boy named lubcl went down the track to view the vreck and was struck by a passing train received fatal Southern Negroes Denounce the Demo largo negro state convention met hero today was addressed by negro leaders in tho They spoke against tho dem ocrats and demanded recognition by the Resolutions were adopted endorsing Harrisons tho Blair bill and federal election and protesting against local grievances n the state and demanding more politi cal Idaho BOISE democratic state convention met this morning and seated the antiMormon delegation from Scar Lake A permanent organ zation effected and the convention took a recess until this afternoon to enable committee on resolutions to complete a In the afternoon Benjamin of Boise was nominated or Fooled Road Agents k stage run ning between here and Selluloid was icld up yesterday near Haskell by two road agents heavily armed and jut nothing valuable was It is supposed their intention was to secure retorts valued at and which were shipped from the King gold but by another A posse is in pur Charged With Koes ter was arrested in this city today charged with embezzling from a number of societies in Minneapolis Min of which he was At the hearing this afternoon the prisoner ac knowledged being an embezzler but claimed the amount taken was only A Contagions Horse con tagious disorder has prostrated a great many horses in this city within tho last Few Tho animals are taken with high sore throat and discharges Erom the eyes and Free samples of Miles Restorative Nervine at Wittes drug Cures Sleepless Grangers WILLIAMS thousand persons attended the Grangers National exhibition here today to wit ness the formal Tho opening address was delivered by Leonard stato i Pears soap Is the most pleasant toflet adjunct A Passenger Train H Kansas Central express was partially de railed this morning In Salt Creek No one outright but five or six passoDgerswere badly EVOLTSFEARED1NBELGHI r i if Labor Trouble Endanger Englands Tbe Cholera EpidemicDow It Origin atedBIshop ODwyer Modifies His Denunciation t of labor troubles continueto be a source of to thoughtful The enormous trade carried on between England anc the Australian colonies is endangered by the bitter fight the ship owners and the union officers and The owners have finally decided to ref use employment to members of the Seamens preferring to lay up their vessels conceding the demands of There are large numbers of sailors who do not belong to the but few com petent and the active sympathy the whole working class in the British Islands is with the The prospect that hundreds of vessels will bo laid In England the eighthour movement is assuming an aggressive and largo masses of organized workmen are pronouncing in favor of JThe Dublin grain porters have gone strike for an advance of wages and the bakers of Nowry have followed their ex But the most acute trouble of all is in the Morinage mining district of where over twenty thousand men are now on a Troops are guarding tho mines and patroling the but their presence is a source of Irritation rather than assurance of and it is feared that rioting may break out at any In France tho gov ernment has determined to send a com mission to the States Investi gate tho condition of the workmgmen there with a view to recommending leg islation next The Cholera 26 from Jed dah say that tho cholera which broke out among the pilgrims returning from Mecca originated with the Indian pas sengers and spread to the The pilgrims were in a terrible condition of as they were huddled together thousands in the unwashed and without sufficient Hundreds died who were not reported and the real number of fatalities will never be Asiatic cholera is alway to be found in parts of India and nearly every cholera epidemic on record had its origin But it seldom reaches Europe in in vessels coming rom Indian Its course is gen erally the one it has taken this It s carried from India to Mecca by the Moslem spreads there and Is carried to ottier Mohammedan countries and thence to It is now re ported as spreading in Toledo and other cities in the south of No other case has occurred in London and Toigh s pronounced outof The cholera reported from the impoverished districts of Ireland is not of the Asiatic Bishop OlHryers August of apparently awed by the the popular demonstration against has somewhat modified his He has published a letter In which ho says that he does not impute personal dishonesty to but iimply adheres the papal decision on Perisco report and denounces the plan of campaign and the system of boy cotting Despite the clerical condemna tho boycott Is still employed largely as a political and the system is pecially strong in the west of The case of a man named living near is being cited as a proof of the thoroughness with which the plan carried tfas been striving since 1SS7 to ive on an evicted The results have been For speeches de nouncing Ryan two members of parlia Finucane and Father Marinan and others were sentenced to The congregation left gallery as soon as Eyan entered rocer in Limerick sent a messeu er after him and returned him money for goodsordered as soon hs Itnew to whom the articles had been Ryan was shadowed at fairs until the police began shadowing the he could not get his horso A firm that has always repaired his mowing machine refused to do so any longer and las been ho to all he annoyances and inconvenience that mman ingenuity can he holds The 1otato a meeting of the National league here Timothy referring to the potato said nothing stood between the people and starvation during the The government was represented as be ng must anxious to provide employment hrough the building of new but how could the railway act re cently passed be held to prove the governments intention to meet the coming Besotted stupidity marked the whole conduct of he It might not be legal for tenants to withhold their land rents dur ng the period of but the man who should pay his rent and leave his amily to starve would bo little better han an Let the landlords sup port the rent he Honduras by General SAX battle has boon fought by tho Salvadoran and again it has scored another signal victory to add to the already long President of a ew days ago issued his boastful mani festo telling what he would do to San but lie has metthe enemy and jeen soundly Bogran sent troops to invade They nado the but did notgot far Before they were stopped by General Molina with and after a five hours battle they were driven form Sal vador with heavy They left on the field of battle several cannon and arge quantities of The Workof a city of Porgia and surrounding country was visited by a tornado Four churches in the city were blown down and many houses and a large number of persons were A Memorial duke of Cambridge today unveiled a memorial erected in Evere cemetery to tho British soldiers slain in tho battle of 3 A t it cotton brokers in this fiavo sus Other failures in tho cotton trade are expected in consequence of tho collapse of Advanced the Price of Corn Millers association of Leeds today advanced tho price of flour Is 6d per This makes an advance of 4s 6d within a forests and swept the Soukaras Two villages were destroyed by tho Will Not OF Gua temalan minister says General Ezeta having ref used to ratify the peace Qua1 temala ordered iher Vforces againto ad x days more of truce to tiy totlnduce General Ezeta to sign the v 26Tho heaviest rainstorm of I the yoarXbegat here at noon and is still raging are badly Wheeling creekiand Caldwell which through tho are raging Al the streets inthe city were liko rivers for more than an hour this afternoonand was Advices from ithe coke regions speak of a Uniontown many manufacturers were compelled to close have been swept Many bridges CLAMS ATCOTTAGE The Modus Operand of a Bake plained to the COTTAGE Mass TOR HAWKEYE I am sure if your read ers could gather at the seashore at the hour of eleven except for the Seventh is very generallykept they would bo very much felici simply by seelny ws I mean for it is the very ex ceptional person who does not learn to swim in the salt water with a few days Miss Edith Bechtel is the1 champion amateur of tho Burlington She i the almost and others of our ladies are not far behind herr in fact tho ladies generally take to the water with wonderful uni versality and many of them become expert They glide along through the briney water with as much chai actoristic grace as accompanies them in ball room or parlor they float with their pretty faces turned sky kissed by gentle zephyr and proving an object of such rare that the pos session thereof would prove joyous for Her did you say Well it is a little hard on the white skin with whick she makes her debut at the Her brow was like the neck was like the And her face It was the fairest That eer thesun shone Rut she went to the beach for bathing herfaircomplection cheeks are and her nose iarcd As a when its Nevertheless she gets thore just tho iameS and is swim every By theway the mention of the lobster remind mo of our Saturdays clam This very novel and peculiar repast or wo western inland people and las also rare attractiveness for the by whom it considered a real epicurean Taking the train at for Katama we go to the extreme southern end of the island to what is cammonly known as South a dis tance of sixor eight Here dwells expert clambaker in all his a regular one of the bluest It requires fifty or sixty minutes to ake the clams and in the meantime we go down to the dock for a brief and with hook and line we while away an hours timo landing until tho arrival of the second train which brings the New Yorkah to his weekly resort and Tho from the ground goes at tor this manner Make a of stones as large as the 5xS On these place a layer fine of then stone and again and so on alternately for at least three the last one being of Light the wood and burn for one and onehalf at which time he cobble stones will be nearly or quite red Having now cleared away all embers place upon the stones a layer of eaweeds forming a thick ridge around he outside protect the canvas with which It is from the hot and upon the seaweeds or rockmoss place a wire which is to receive everything you may wish to for you must not think that clams alone can le cooked in this for mr bake on this occasion included sweet iotatoc3 and and the quantity is mrely a matter of and at this imewas on this wise Six 2 1 4 arge dripping pans of 1 un msked green with dressing a suffi cient we poured on in a pile in ho and the other articles set in rows around then covering the Iressed lobsters and dressing neatly and the whole was covered with wo large canvases and banking the whole all around thoroughly to retain ho heat and steam with wet weeds or iayYouallow about an surely ess than 50 to complete the bake Che second train whistles and we hasten o the spacious dining with a ca pacity of over two and if you lonthasten you wont geta seat atthe irst and now tho circus The seats all being the waiters may be seen on a keen run to and fro hrongh the dining hall with a large vooden bucket or a pan full of clams or obsters smoking arid at each plate are deposited at least a peck of these gaping shells and wellrcooked lobster vith feet and claws still at Then comes the corn in he potatoes with jackets bread and melted The clams are to be shucked with tho dipped ntc the melted butter and lowered nto the mouthto the the neck of the I mean and at this point bitten may either chew them or swallowthem as rou would an Most people pre er the former to insure the delicious The lobsters are pulled in Ikewise with the or the claws jrokeu open upon the table cloth with inifo or fork The corn is to be nawcd off husk first being turned with coffee already milked and and breadsandwiched in as may best some eat more and somoless of these dainty but the Sow Englander who cannot shuck and Dite off a peck of baked clams Is way aelow the standard and so is I mean to keep within bounds of truth when 1 say that my table vis a lady of the New York beau had a pile of garbage which she was obliged to look around when wo left the table and we heai d her say she never bad The occupants table all shout at once at the waiters who aro too imited in some rising up and shaking their and the scene is more like the New ex change or Chicago board of trade than anything to which I can liken sight was one we shall never for f clam is enough for a From the Marshalltown Statesman Fullerf of one of the old was chosen chairman of the democratic stato central commit tee at its meeting In Cedar Rapids Thurs day of last week In place of This will be considerable of a surprise to the party in the the committee was little changed in its person and it has beenso generally claimed that Dunn elected that with a a year collector nothing to and a countyclcrkship he would havo been well equipped to manage Dunn shrewd and cuto if he Js not and he evidently hes gott enoughand reached limit Cream Balni donbt sure cure for colds In the bead and hay It in not a liquid Jar a but ia easily applied nto the tit gives relief at r iTheproprietors of Elys claim It to be a of a K Characteristically Responds to arti Interviewert 1 3 J Be Does Xot Know Whether or Sot He Will Accept the Democratic Norn v Dog at Eagle State fDES General the democratic nominee for con gress in the seventh arrived in and a reporterof ihe daily a republican evening succeeded obtaining r tho following characteristic Interview The reporter Will Jyou accept the democratic nomination for I dont care to answer that but I will say that I have not exactly decided wheth er I will or The nomination was a greafsurprisfr to me as I was In Missouri at the Tho firstI knew of it was reading a dispatch In the Louis I will make up my mind in a few I think I have not yet had an opportunity W consult1 my1 Mends regarding the promise your support to Senator Barnett before you received your own Weaver I refuse to answer that I am not prepared to talk upon political matters at present having consulted none of my so I dont care to be quoted in the press concerning this The Eeporter Do you favor the elec tion of Eagle or White in the sixth dis trlet2 With regard to that I tan only repeat what I have said before I refuse to The Eeporter If you do not for congress yourself will you work for the union labor or the democratic Weaver I will not answer that question And the general rose and bowed tho scribe from the THE FARMERS Session in Progress at Council COCXCIL tenth annual session of the National Farmers Congress began here The day was beautiful and the visitors in large numbers arrived on all incoming All the stores and many residences were Two hundred representing twentythree had arrived when the time camo for the congress to open and fifty more delegates aro expected to ar rive by when thirty states will be Dohaneys opera which the convention is held was packed to overflowing when Secre ary of Council called he meeting to order and Introduced ho president of tho of of offered an at the conclusion of which Governor Boise was introduced amidst prolonged applause and delivered an address in which he extended a hearty welcome to the con gress fin behalf of the state of Iowa In he absence of of Fort Judge of delivered anaddressof welcome on behalf of the farmers of Iowa and Crof the poet of Council then read a poem of twentyseven in which he reiterated in poetic phrase the welcome already Mayor McCrae then spoke In behalf of he and was followed by of and of on behalf of the President Kolb then delivered an ad at the conclusion of which the congress adjourned until At he afternoon session committees on inance and resolutions were A resolution from the joard of trade demanded the passave by the congress of the antioption bill pre sented for adoption but after a heated discussion was referred to the committee on A paper on Facts and Laws that Injure Agriculture was read y president of the Iowa State Agricultural chief of the experimental stations of the department of agricul explained the work of tho experi mental Arrangements were completed today or an exsursion to Denver on Friday at the close of the OUT HIS Hamilton Moore Commits Suiciile Be the Crops are ial to The HawkEyeJ aged sixty an early settler and a respected citizen of this sucided yesterday by cutting hte throat with a Despondency on account of poor crops is assigned as the Some years ago he attempted his life for the same reason by hanging but was res STOiE THEIR 1redicaiiient or Sleeping Car Cansed by a Sneak sleeping car lonnd east on the Illinois Central from Sioux South to was ransacked by sneakthieves Sunday night between Sioux Falls and editor of the Sioux City when he got off at Inde pendence that his pocketbook contain ing and valuable papers were miss The conductor found the empty pocketbook in the When the train reached Dubuque a man from Sioux who refused to give his found when he started to dress that his trousers were other passengers were in a similar The train was held at Dubuque while sup ply of readymade clothes were In his which lay beside his trousers and was overlooked by the there was SOOO in cash and a gold watch and Escaped 1rUoncrs Special to prisoners that had escaped from Sheriff of at Allison yesterday passed through hero last They hired a team at Parkersburg and drugged the driver between there and He was in bad shape when they got here and they left him at the livery stable and coolly walked through They werecaptured at Iowa Falls this morn It is charged that persons from this place assisted them to escapeat Alli Scare at Xngle Special to The j EACILE mad dog entered the premises of JW an extensive bit two of hiadogs and started foriis cattle andhog snapping and everything cannot be definitely Hulse followed tho dog about seven miles and killed What other animals the dog may have mot and bitten is not at present 7 The Iowa and Northern JtaUwajAccept V5 Joint Bate 1 OES XMoiXESj commissioners yesterday receivedVconv mnnication inwhiclihe says that theroad will the commissioners is Is f hA it State University Suit Withdraw M the city gn nameotBlsfiof the state counsela dismissal he stateSHw applicatfon hliSnowl cdgeorconsentx ken brawl at a beer gardennear evening Clint a youth blttenjoft byoi of the knownMnch is 7 on alLsIdesand antinvestlgationmlf f t HiWKETa 1 t A COLLISION OF collision occurred at between an electric street and horse Some of the passengers N were seriously Injured but none fataHyT 1 Ctnrrox the democrats ton county nominated the following offPS cers of of Michael ot Welti A HOESETIHEF adrt vices from Fred wasaril rested at Fort Dodge Monday stolen horse and carriage his of lewelrrand glar DEXOtlXCEfGTHE a reformed Koman is creating consfderabla excitement in religions circles at Mason City and certain quarters is severely Ho declares that Romanism and the public schools of cannot gether One must soon and J Irelands troubles can be solved only when Italian popery is He spoke tonight to a large and enthusiasa tic crowd of both Catholics and Protest CORNELL acilt and patrons of Cornell College were greatly surprised fort night ago by the intelligence that Cooke had resigned1 ber position in the The cause Is less creditable to others to this emi nently successful Miss Cookes name is a part of the history of and of its brightest of parents have intrusted their girls to Cornell because they felt safe with them ft In Miss Cookes It will require great care and labor to fill her Her kind are about as scarce as Eoh noor Before Hiss Cookes departure a reception was tendered her at the residence of Chaplain and an elegant gold set with was presented her by her old ML Vernon Ada Lozier of an old Cornell making ihe Professor Charles J of a grad uate of Bedwin collegeand postgraduate of John Hopkins has elected to the chair of Greek in He brings glowing HER SUSPICIONS llow the DoubtingAVifeWas by the Cnscrapalons The worst case of suspicion and onsy in the northwest has just been says the Paul the patient bo ng the wife of a wellknown traveling She had noticed that her husband never brought his grip home but always lef it at the store when ha 7 came ia from a and in her jealousy imagined it to be filled with love letL appointments of meetings witt fair A few days while her msband was on a trip through she went down to the and preaching he ike to make a dollar honestly when dont you Yon know where my husband lis dont you Yesm he throws it down in a corner of the office and leaves U look He will L1 n on the Northern Pacific train tomor row and if at the first oppor you slip his gripout of the house y and bring it up to me Ill give yon a You can bring it back again lalf an J The porter and two days ater presented himself at the residence with the grip in his explained that he had not before had opportunity to carry it and lim a seat in the parlor the woman car ried the prize to the and set teeth and pale face opened The irst thing she encountered was a well worn pocket thumbed arid marks of mnch Then dug out a soiled some and then she found a letter olded within an This she opened eagerly and read as follows DEAR SIR Your monthly assessment 50 cents for the support ot the Youns MensTt Christian association bible fund is now and the earnest interest you have aken in the work assures me you will y remit the You will be pleased earn that the good cause progresses as you predicted it would in your address doJ1 livered here a few weeks This drove much ot the stony ook from her but she continued ler She fished out three or four a bottle of Francis Murphy temperance a bottle of ops corn and It n the bottom of the a letter and ready for the dressed to Miss Georgia The was In her ands wellknown and J again the stony look came into her the she cried in her an My suspicions are too well tj founded Georgie Gray this is too too much and she gave way to a flood of When she had calmed herself she the letter and read August Yournote askingr me tomeet you iliceparlc Saturday eveninar was bandedmc3 by a district messenger boy this Inu v permit me tosay you havemistaken the You may married and blessed with tho love and confidence ot the greatest little Kather betray t hat or dishonor that love I would suffer f In my eyes there is but one In the and she It is who greets me a pleasant smileand a wifely every 1 come a Then she laid down on the bed and sobbed for a while and then closed took It to the and him to return it to the store and nothing ot what had entered the store the drummer stepped behind a pile of goods and asked Did she go through John x tS Guess ShetookM it into i room was gone half an hour before she brought it back How did she act she smilm awjfullyv but looked teary air around i the gimme another an said be a happy world Thats Johiiy thof V I promised and across the street and Wfien you come back dumpmy stuff a put out get for and they slipped out hind the IxJS fr Si ftffiE orji years iTVasvaftUcted it fatalb seemed to found a wrecteJtMy body covered with made life almost cians failed to do mew anygood a tokingu Swlf   

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