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   Burlington Hawk-Eye (Newspaper) - August 30, 1890, Burlington, Iowa                                PRICE favor of The general awbacks Changes Made And in ihe A presented for ilio Abolish rrlnlcrlon Bjjjfc of the HouseGeneral taCton tlie senate sated a memorial of the Industrial League Jor the sup iid punishment of armed assas nasPinkortxm detectives nunds offered a concurrent res iding that when the two jn on September 19 3t be to The mo over for the uiff hill was then taken the luestlon being on the finance amendment to the para taxes salt in hags and pack a cents per hundred taljnlk eight the amend to strike out the proviso al on salt used on ex uded to stiike out Cnuagraplithc cffoct of which talr on the free list jlc debate ou the aniend Allison poko against xn the free list it was re argued against striking ylsiou in the The lie demanded foreign always been in favor of Jjvsvcn in the matter of Vaot a question of protection salt it was a question of Jto the American export meat farther debate oil the salt a vote was taken on com jaiamcnt which resulted in the Steing iblican senators who voted finance committee aincud Jones of and Wilson of icnflmcnts weie offered to any of from SOS to otiou of theduty on bmn iSgrapli and On cordial II Ss from two to three mr gallon on bay rum from one iflbllars and on champagne and narklfaS so as to make the iconics of jiot more tnan a quart Jos thin a S10 per 1M not more than a pint and nialia pint S3 per dozen in one half pint each or less bstead of and where bot italn mor than a quart per On motion of lowing amendments were also 5b To ths paragraph relating to ly makm the rate per gallon sis seventyfive cents instead aconts and per case of twelve gbottlcs or twentyfour pint instead of Extra Icslo be taxed ten cents per pint tho paragraph re porter and beer in bottles giy making the duty sixty cents Instead of thirtyfive mot in bottlus or thirty gallon instead of twenty i tlie paragraph relating Kby making the in casks Two cents instead of twenty cents gsisty cents per gallon instead of its per gallon and when solid or sixty per cent per gallon iu y to the paragraph relating jtiico and prune BaYmg the duty seventylive gallon instead of contaiuing not more than eighteen and 53 per lot and twentyfive per cent brem when containing more than centof alcohol to the para jTClating to ginger ale soda Similar on the report of the by reducing the rate ffitrtccn to tea cents per dozen find on motion of insert The para to mineral waters and was struck out on mradation of the finance com tflulcl relating tu cotton manu res ind schedule J relating to flax lemp wore passed over lite Jv relating to wool and manu red wU was then taken All gagrapte from 337 to 3G9 relating been Carlisle Itoliavc them all struck so as ivc wool put on the free He Sin support of the proposition and the same reason which was Ipjustify the putting of sugar on as list applied equally to putting nine froo Aldrich pointed to the fact liilo ilie home product of sugar y a slight increase in a series of home product of wool had in U alicruian Mated some facts in re oihii uool growing industry of the 1 as the demonstration of flsdom of the Adopted in He argued that the wool 1 interest should be encouraged so ie quantity pi oduced would be lentfoi all woolen goods manufac and for all qoods that are used in answer to a on by practically recnact IiroMsions of ihc law of 1S67 nad operated so After the senate The e journal the house went s of the whole on the priv The first bill to be consid jWMtne southern war claims who has grounds was that If there was any needs bZ yond the limits of the short president should Issue his p convenlng congress in extra on Pierce said ho was satisfied the prSnt would not call an extra session of con gress whatever might be Such a the senator thoughV could have for its ultimate object only One tliingthe passage of iho election bill that the demserats would and they could and would talk the resolution to death to prevent action on the bill Several prominent members of the house who spoke upon the subject expressed themselves as being opposed to A Reciprocity Sngcostlon from France A paragranh in Lc Paris to the effect that the govern ment of the United States would remove the duty on the works of art and the French government would remove pro liibition against American pork as a re sult of the was shown to the members of the senate finance com Aldrich said he know noth ing about the Sherman of the members of the finance committee know nothing about any negotiations the two governments may be engaged But the two subjects mentiond in the article from Lc he have no connection with each The finance committee will prob ably recommend the duty bo removed from works of not only but all foreign arL There is a difference of opinion on the subject which has not yet been but it will have no ho to the action of the French gov ernment against American JENTRAL tVclil SHJS Ilo is Bloving and roivdcrly Denies SEW one of the state commissioners of called upon Superintend ent Toucey this Webb was called in from his room and joined in the Donovansiated after the in terview that ho had nothing whatever to Webb was equally uncommuni The claim that the Knights of Labor arc making relative to the inability of the road to move freight was denied by who said We are receiv ing every pound of freight offered along the entire lino and yesterday the record showed that 160 freight trains were consisting of loaded cars and empty while at Buffalo and Albany cars were inter AVhen these figures were reported to Powderly he said it was not when asked to give his said that he knew of one did not leavo the Sixtyfifth street yard last nighV More than this he could not THE STBIKE Chicago Railroad Troubles at an End for tlie noon today tho collapse of every railroad strike in this city had occurred and work in the stock yards was begun in At one this as a result of the the Alton switchmen have recognized their mistake and returned to The men agree to hereafter re frain from trying to dictate to the com pany in the matter of hiring or promot ing its but reserve the right to ap peal to tho officers of the company for redress of The switchmen at the stock yards held a meeting this morning and declared tho strike to go into effect at one oclock The Lake Shore strike is virtually set fortyseven of the men having signed an agreement to do the work as This leaves about twenty men They will not be taken back and their places will be A GRITTY Jthc TI hose claims k S was offered a snb out tho objectionable unanimous consent it The bm carries committee the bill the committee resumed the committee again a uoen private bills were n of of S 1 Parsed constituting port of The the evening scssion ivate 5 CS Mueh 829Tlc or pro f vSS Cl Sep t ovomber is a subject To tho Edmunds said resolution on his own rc ublir to he aud the large ures reportcd before Tim should bo and disposing of that the presi e or f ailuroto trans res Sucbrecess and Siness nhuo llow Young Smltli Earned the Title of Professor In Twenty the gentleman who was engaged to do the parachute act at the fair grounds was preparing to prior to making the a country boy by the name of came along and announced he would like to try it All said the party in So young who is about nineteen years of got onto the trapeze and told them to cut her which they and when the balloon reached a heighth of about he grabbed the para chute and came sailing down but not having strapped himself to the as is usually and his arms becoming tired holding when about seventy feet from the he doubled up and hung by his legs until almost when he flopped over and lit on his while the crowd cheered him to the And now he is known as Pro lessor he having won the title in less than twenty PEOBIAS GIRL Iillic for Incendiarism Shows Evidence of some time past fires have been started in various por tions of the city that were immediately the work of They have mostly been confined to barns containing live but Wednesday and Thursday nights the program was changed and tlie handsome residences of Martcouy and John Hunter were Yesterday for the first time a clue was and last night Miss Lillio Wclheim was arrested and confessed to starting the three She says she dreamed that the entire block in which she lived was burned and seemed inten on having the vision She shows evidence of insanity and will be exam incd by medical Killed Her for the wouldbe suicide and the murderer of is still alive The coroners jury found Crawford guilty the He has written the following brief confession I killed Una because I loved her and I expect tc meet her Children Enjoy The pleasant gentle action an soothing effects of Syrup of when In need of a and when th father or mother be costive or bilious th most gratifying results follow its s that It is the best family rcmed known and every family should have Tlie Union Iacille August Union Pa cine statement for July shows an m crease of in net lo seven to July the net earn Ings were an Increase of AXcnraslca JJinik Kail Cit National Bank closed up its doors thi The failure is attributed to poor character of loans and was precip tatedby the county treasurer withdraw ing a deposit of Ouarontlne Against com missioners court of Kaufmann count has ordered a quarantine against th town of Canton and a portion of va Zant county south of the Texas an Pacific railway on account of smallpox Tlie Tariff and Silver the grangers national convention toda the silver question and thoMcKinle Another theresolu tariff discussed by vanou Hoffmans he Eminent Statesman Addresses a Large Gathering in 9 Impounds Ills Ideas oC a Fair Ex change Trade with the LatinAmcrl cas Some Significant nB ublic mass meeting held tonight id after Governor Burleigh had resident of Solby in oduccd the leader of tho republican and famous advocate of progress is protective s n regard to national questions Maine aid I wish to declare tho opinion that e United States has reached a point hero one of its highest duties is to ilarge the area of its foreign nder the bcnificcnt policy of protec ou wo have developed a vol ume of inanu which in many departments erruns the demands of the homo mar In the field of with 10 Immense propulsion given it by ir advantages in tho shape of agricul ural wo con do far more brcadstuffs and provisions ecessary to supply the demands of our vn people nor would it be an ambitious estiny for so great a country as ours to anufocture only what we can consume r produce only what we can Wo re in fancy and in any far beyond that and our reat demand is I mean ex ansion of trade with countries where o can find profitable We not seeking annexation of terri Certainly we do not desire it nless it should come by volition of the eople who might ask the priceless boon a place under the flag of the feel sure that for a long time to come he people of the United States be isely content with our present area and ot launch upon any scheme of annexa At the same I think we hould be unwisely content If we did not ek to engage in what the younger Pitt 3 well termed annexation For early thirty years now tho United has had the of a rotective far a longer uh roken period that its industrious olicy has been in force since the deral government was appily the great majority of our ithout strict regard to party be eve the results to the American people om the protective policy has in alculably aggregating in a uarter of a century a national and indi dual wealth beyond anything ever of before in the history of the I do not mention protection be ause I intend to speak in reference thcre bef ore this That would be a if not an impertinent I crcly wish to proclaim its Ithout protection the United States ould have been poor indeed after the avages of the war from 1S01 to With protection every see on is now flourishing and pros Even where the revenue utics have been laid with no expectation developing the industries there n many been financial nd industrial The heavy duty n silk was levied primarialy not for pro but simply to secure large evenue from one of the luxuries of the but as a consequence the silk indus ry Increased so rapidly that it soon onstituted one of the leading fabrics of ew one of the largest mauufac uring states in the I could read y advance other illustrations to the amc As I have already intiinat I am here to speak of ho expansion of our foreign ot by any novel not by any ifldo that will shock or disturb home not by any mode that will in ite our people to rash experiments or iat will launch Into doubtful and angerous What I mean o speak of briefly is the system of rc iprocity not in conflict with the protec vo tariff but supplementary thereto nd presenting a field of enterprise that richly repay the effort and energy of IB American We shall find it nstructive and valuable to examine into 10 sources of our imports and tlie desti ation of our exports and to strike balance between the Take ast In that year ur whole exports to all the countries in he three continents of Asia and and Canada and Hawaii mounted in round numbers to and our imports from all those coun ries amounted in round numbers to showing that from that ex hange we had a balauce of n our equivalent to that amount f gold coming to our But when 11 accounts were instead of hav ng in our we had a alanco of against ns from ur foreign We lave lost in our commerce vith tho countries outsido of to vhich I have Where could ve have found such a large adverse Let me tell we lost forty one millions in Cuba from which Its 1m lorts was and to which our exports were only Forty nc million dollars is a pretty largo sum o lose in one single In tho repub ic of Brazil wo lost our ox ports to we in Mexico ve lost our imports from Mexico were our exports to Mexico were To sum it all our imports from the countries south of us were and our exports o them were the balance against us in our trade with these coun jics therefore Is cxceding our gains from all the rest of the world jy twelve By figure of speech can we flatter ourselves into the relief that our trade with our American neighbors Is in a prosperous low can this state of affairs be rem edied Yonhave heard a great deal within tho past ten years by our democratic friends about the iniquity of the republican party in keeping up the war This fact of the mat ter is the war tariff has not been kept but has been amended over and over again until tho revision of 1SS3 left scarcely a trace of the actual tariff that was in operation at the close of the war and for a few years During the war we were compelled to tax almost everything in the air in the the earth and under the The necessities of the govern ment were so great that wo could allow scarcely anything to be imported with out paying a and I think no patriotic man can deny that that was a wise We were not then studying tho philosophy of trade but how best to save the life of the Money was a prime necessity and we seized It wherever we could reach it law But during the last eighteen years a great change has been So en tirely has the war tariff been abol ished that in tho year ending June 30 the articles admitted free were considerably more than onethird of all the To be the Imported articles that paid duty exceeded in value and the imported articles that paid no duty exceeded The inevitable tendenay of it I toward the increase of tho free Our great mistake was made when to repeal the war duties on so large an amount of Any duty repealed was a favor and advantage to the exporting and we have asked nothing Instead of this course I must was one of carelessness and thus reciprocity offrtrade it should be do intend to thatwe could have admissiohof American Into tho countries r chase amount Tho richer cannot expect completereciprocity in amount tfrom countries less whatever we should have received would have been clear and repeals of duties whatever we may be to get will be clear It is not a question of setting deliberately towork toestab lish reciprocal with all the duties we have thus rfar repealed It has been a question of whether we should get something or get have chosen with our eyes closed to get noth r hope now with our eyes open that we shall in future choose to get We opposition to this policy from those who declare that if we enter into reciprocity of trade with one country we must do so with all coun tries and thus indirectly bring about a complete freo I do not sco the logic in this and I thot fact will not prove what is We cuter into reciprocity with one nation because we find an advantage in Wo may cline to cuter into reciprocity with another nation because wo see no advantage in Eeciprocity is sim ply a policy the circumstances of which are to be determinedfavorablyor ad versely accordingly as its operation may make of lose for To say because we enter into reciprocal relations with one country on one we must enter Into reciprocal relations with all other coun tries on all things is as absurd as to say that if I buy a horse today I must necessarily buy a drove of asses tomor All objections of that kind I am unfounded and will not stand the test argument or practical Our people do not realize the great fact that if specie payment is in this country is is likely to be endangered by our present system of trade with tlie LatinAmerican The few millions of gold that have gorieoutbf thocountry within the last three months have created uneasiness in certain quarters as to our financial It is very ex traordinary that the loss of those millions from the banks in Wall street should be accounted as so serious an event when wo have lost a much larger amount dur ing the same period from tho condition of our trade with the countries south of us without exciting the least When our merchants and bankers come to thoroughly appreciate this fact we shall receive aid and influence in the re form of our trade with tlip quarter in thus it has been impossible to Tho large audience listened with the profoundcst and the speech met with great William E of followed endorsing in an cnthusiostic the principles of reciprocal The meeting closed with an earnest speech by Henry Cabot Lodge advocating tho federal election bill and warning the voters eanment it must protect all its citizens in the right to A STRANGE Skeleton of a Supposed Murdered MaiP Mowed Up Sear Special to the strange dis covery has just been made on the farm of Snowden in Bethel While plowing in afield Snowdons plows have turned up som queer object upon proved to be a portion of a human Further investi gation resulted in the finding of the bones of a human even to the fingers and Itjs believed the skel eton is that of Frank a young stranger who mysteriously disappeared from tho vicinity of Bethel township nine years Irvins sudden disap pearance has always been amystery to the people of Korth Irvin came from Macomb and said that he lived in He was looking for work and was engaged to chop One night he disappeared without asking for the wages due Although foul play was suspected nothing was brought to light concerning the disappearance of Irvin until about four years ago during an altercation between two citizens a declaration was made by one in the pres ence of witnesses that Frank Irvin was murdered and he knew who did it and that he could find his grave in a hollow log witin ten minutes walk of a certain spot in Bethel Soon after a woman came upon the hollow log from which a horrid stench arose and the tufts of human hair scattered around showed that the body had been removed It is believed that Irvin was killed over a game of cards and that the murderer will soon be brought to Wur Sembure American CK slight skirmish is s to have taken place on the Asiatic fro tier of Turkey between some Arme nia troops in the Russian service and par Tho Kurds were driven bac waftersome leaving several woi nded on tho whom tho Arme nia s immediately put to death The re port locks people who know theeast have for just such an The Turks have been trming the Kurds in preparation for the expected and these lawless tribe are as bloodthirsty and as unrnan ageal le as the red During timei of peace they are to out breal s of and their cveryday life 1 one of They are the same today as wheu Alexander the Great met them under tho name of JBac ligionrnvhich Is now the most fanatical form of The news of the skirmish is coupled with the recent mysterious disappearance of the Kurdish who is a man of most sanguinary Between the Kurds and the Armenians exists the bitterest hatred and the northern fron tier of Turkish Armenia is lined with Armenian regiments in the Russian ser vice eagerly waiting for the word to If a conflict has really occured it will be next to impossible to avert and a Russian dash on is ono of the possibilites of the near There are many suspicious movements of Russian troops in the Caucasus and along tho Black Sea coast that go to confirm the theory that tho czar and Emperor William arrived at some sort of an agree ment at Narva regarding while failing to come to terms about European i European The labor troubles in Europe and in Australasia continue with increasing bitterness between work men and Tho employes of the Welsh railways have announced that they will strike again if tho demands of tne signal men arc not The London dock men have cabled to the striking Australian dock Many of the men who arc able to do so have subscribed a shilling a day instead of the shilling a week pledged by tho resolution ot the Trade is practically suspended between Australia and New Zealand owing to the strike of the seamen and officers and the trouble may at any moment reach the steamers plying between Eng land and Sydney and Auck Melbourne is almost in total dark owing to the strike of the gas stok ers and at other points affairs have as sumed such a threatening that sevcral regiments of volunteerinfantry batteries of artillery have had to be called out to maintain Belgiums striking miners are showing no signs of weakening and the strike is expected to spread to other Industries in Ghent and other There the movement is largely one of the strikers demands being the concession of universal Arizona republi can territorial convention yesterday nominated George for con The platform endorses the na tional commends the silver bill and insists that free coinage of silver must follow requests congress to pass before its adjournment the bill now as an act for the purifi cation of elections in and de mands the admission of the territory as a Congressman Caswell deadlock in the first congressional dis trict republican convention at Clinton Junction ended today on the eighty first ballot in the nomination of of This retires congress man Caswell who has been in congress for fourteen Florida will bo no convention of Florida republicans this Tho state central committee yes terday put in nomination tho following ticket For Ball for supreme court TEE FIRE The Wurtemburgr Army The scandal re cently unearthed In Wurtemburg grows more serious as further developments are The police have verified the exist ence of numerous societies formed for tho purpose of indulgence in all forms of the grossest Hundreds of arrests have been and public feeling at Stuttgart is greatly The official Inquiry into the matter is awaited with painful The officers of the crack Uhlan regiment are among the persons Tho unlike the English home secretary in a refused to stifle the investi despite the great pressure brought to bear upon him by friends of the ac larger andafter a descenf ofjfif yourself in a large roof and the placosnggestsowls and a or fifty feet highj down whicbthe brook The entrance here isVery is madesby meansof had his curiosity satisfied for tho and did not at temptthe perilous v agentleman who had made the trip learned that at the foot precipice was a cavern of still larger di mensions than the The place has been explored for a distance of sixty that limit the boldest foot has notdared to t i The the caver Is striking and beautiful in Stately from ivhoso branches wild vines hang in beautiful reflect their grateful shade little giving the1 place a romantic In striking not fifty feet away loom up the everlasting and their doleful crooning blends gently and sweetly with tho zephyrs that mur amid tho It these for est inonarchs could perhaps some light might be shed upon the past his tory of tills natural Perhaps some shock of nature gaveit birth who Another mystery connected with the cave is the fate of the brook that tumbles into Diligent search has failed to reveal its place of exit from the Parties who have explored the cavern for a distance of sixty feet say that far can be heard ings of a subterranean perhaps some mighty underground IS IT A PANTHER He Cheerfully Greeted by at West The Special to The HawkEycJ WEST la John took advantage of the immense throng that was expected to be present at the fair in this city on the big day yesterday to fire the opening gun of the democratic in this district Sicilians Incensed at Sicilians are deeply incensed at the American consul in Palermo for warning visitors not to travel in the interior of the island be cause of the many audacious robberies whicli are constantly being committedby On tlie other hand the consul being congratulated by the foreign resi who hope that his courageous action will result in measures being taken by the Italian government to bring about a of Strange iAnuial Encountered by a Farmer Special to The vicinity Is promiscda genuine panther and frdnPSll reports there can be little doubt that sonic ferocious wild animal has appeared in the This morning Peter a wellknown farmer living northwest of a mile or came to city bearing the startling story that he at an early hour that encountered a huge browncolored animal in the public road which was through some dense and underbrush near his Jack sons horse suddenly reaied with a of fear when the brute wax seen to stealthily creep along the It was coming towards Jackson and Kept crouching low to the The cruel eyes were intently fixed on both horse and and the animals tail slowly switched to and Jackson says he was within sixteen feet of the brute and thus obtained a good view pf So far as he can remember the beast was larger than any dog or wolf he ever It was long and of a brownish The fur and tail were those of a The brute crouched lower and giving an awful jumped the fence and disappeared into the Jackson says that his family have been seriously annoyed of late by tho screams of some child or as in an in vestigation would reveal He says he kept the matter to fear ing ridicule from his began to com plain of strange noises and which has set the people in dis Mr Jackson thinks the brute has a lair in a patch of deep underbrush over north of this place He cannot account for its appearance in the neighborhood and thinks it is a recent While wolves and fotes are unusually numer ous this it cannot be a wolf that is making all the People who have been tenting at the campmeeting grounds in the vicinity claim that their rest has been broken by strange and that dogs in thecamp would immedi ately begin to whine Old in habitants say it is not impossible that a panther may into the county and it is little doubted that one or two of these brutes have been causing trouble in western Hancock county the past At least one of them was killed in Adams Jackson and his neighbors are reliable people and there is little doubt that they have seen and heard some wild animal more fero cious than a lynx or An effort will be made to exterminate tho The Xatlonal Conf Iowa t v anil v Special to DBS firstday of the state Ifo ad mission was charged at The exhibitors finished bringing in theirex which promise to surpass any previous years in character and OPENS THE CAMPAIGN v In the crowd and conse quently Seerley was greeted with a large and enthusiastic gathering of dem a number being present from Madison and The gentleman spoke for an hour and a half on the principal issues of the handling his subject in a way that evidently pleased his hearers for his remarks were frequently greeted with enthusiast The fair has been a perfect The weather could not have been better for the This was the closing and the grounds were scarcely less crowded than The exhibits in all departments were fine and the ex hibitions of speed on the track such as to delight the horsemen lit attendance and to give satisfaction to GOLDEN ROD THEIR EMBLEM Close of the After it Rather Important farm ers congress concluded its labors in a special scssion ending at last and adjourned sine The concluding labors were confined to the reading and adoption of the They are very lengthy and were adopted one by one after numerous The most significant was the one favoringthe free and unlimited coinage of which was simply the opening scene of the resolution favoring the present na tional banking The golden rod was adopted as the emblem of the cong At the conclusion of the dcbate on resolutions amotion was made to consti tute the last resolution a memorial re commending it to the national congress for adoption as a national After a bitter debate In which the humble flower was unanimously characterized as a vile more pestiferous than the Canada thistle the gem of the and Gods smite oa the resolution was adopted and the cong ress had accomplished all it could do towards making it the national The congress sine The delegates left at S today for returning A Chicago Warehouse warehouse occupied by Knapp Stoddards Furni ture Company and containing about 000 of was burned early this morn The total loss amounts to I erished in the POJST Tunnel a large frame hotel at tho Sarina entrance of the Clair tunnel burned last night and one of the female employeswas burned to Two men who were in the house at the time can not be found and it is thought they also A Purse for Burke and a meeting of the Ormonde club it was decided to offer a purse of for Jack Burke and Jack Dempsey to and Burkes backers will bet or that Burke will win If the American champion Burke will fight Dempsey for a side Ormonde club for the middle weight championship of tho A Surprising Paris prints the following Negotiations betweenFrance and the United States relative to the American tariff arc approaching a favor able The Washington gov ernment will remove tho duty on the works of French art and France will re move the prohibition against American More Cases of three days there have been twentyfive new cases of cholera at THE PEACE TREATY Texas State Special to The pub say and bothpolitical every repeal of duty should have been preceded by a most investigation and whereverjrwas found lie gratification to tho fair association is expressed for the construction by them of an electric which is to fill a long felt want by saving a walk or drive over a hundred and twentyfive Stops will be made at the music art agricultural hor ticultural the country exhibit machinery the grand stand and the stand in front ofthe cattle and Tho efforts of the association i n former years was mainly directed to securing applications for But this year the trouble is In finding space for the Appli cationsare coming in a flood from the north and are increasing from the re public of Troubles Between Guatemala and Salva dor at Lust treaty of peace has been signed in Salvador by President Ezeta and his minister of state and submitted to It provides that both countries shall troops from tho frontier line within fortyeight hours that each country shall keep a standing army of only the usual number of troops kept in time of peace that in future the full indepen dence of Salvador will bo respected and that neither country shall bo liable for indemnity for any damage sustained dur ing tho late THE Secre tary Wharton today received a telegram from Minister at dated the 28th confirming the news of the signing of the treaty by A MYSTERIOUS Death of Michael Michael member congregation Mission of Georgia Has an Underground Mart el a Great Subterranean a wild six miles southeast of is The old inhabitants tell wonderful talcs of this says that In tho days of when Dooly was remote from its darkpre cincts were the abode of murderers and In its gloomy shades they were safe from the vengeance of the Be this true or is and a The face ofthe country its locality Is and from out the foot of one of the surroundinghills gushes asprinff of pure brooklet enters a deep which for perhaps l a ipyards empties Itself Jntojhc mouthpf the cave jiaVtwp is arid an cfawlinglpnWnes hariaVand License in 1rom the Milford Massachusetts Some of the citizens of Marlboro are moving in the matter of a better enforce ment of the liquor law We wish they might succeed in their commend able Years ago it was urged as a reason why the prohibitory law should be swept off the statute that it and could not en Give us a stringent license was the well see that it is tho license law was ushered in flying and what has been tlie result Everybody If the principal reasons given for the re peal of the old prohibitory law was a sound then it is equally applicable to the licence The fact the logic that because a law is not absolutely enforced it is piactically good for noth is absurd and every state there is a law prohibiting murder and other yet murder and other crimes are But the person who should assume that the laws pro hibiting should therefoie bo done away would pro perly enough be voted a fool or a The local option system in Massachu setts is a disgrace to the common wealth in that it not only creates but main tains a monopoly of liquor worse than clothes municipal au thorities with autocratic power to dictate the one in a thousand se Jct individuals who shall comprise that It says to ono person in i thousand shall have full permission to sell to the nine hundred and ninety nine others it dare to sell liquor and well clap you into Public sentiment execrates and detescs such a because it is a law grounded on favoritism and this is the chief reason why all attempts at Its enforcement in little else than abortions and As a matter of princi it is no worse for one man to sell liquor than as mankind aver Railroad Strikes and the From the Harpers If intelligent men who are employed in any upon a railrord think thatjthey are justified in producing qnasianarchy in any community because they may have a just they hold views are fatal to all social They mas not see but what they propose as a remedy for au alleged grievance Is They do not defy a railroad the whole community of indus and lawabiding who are the overwhelming body of the American Public sentiment in thiscoun trp is not peculiarly to great inimicaUto5those who live by The vast majority of the people livo by and upon statement of to railroad or any other of public sympathyis Railroad companies have no regard them selves as engaged in an vate They to act with regard to the probable effect of their the from whom they havereceivcd with whom they have madeacqntractsThere is a similar obligation upon thVemployes cret StATosep canbe Van fronill tiqnaLcamp of lodgemeeting were chief f DrS KItjitchjns JameS terpdelegatesto the1 worthygrand Iodg of Dodfl meeting wiltbe held K EncouragingCrop SPIRIT LAKE standing the depression followed ot three weeks someS serious exceptions the yield is goingJoJx be considerably better than was Oats will be quitegood and with the in creased thirty and potatoesV a good yield at 51 per the look is quite Hay is not the weather hoij been unfavorable for to putIn our was yesterday Fremont of JXe The whole reservoir and mains Is only The water is from an immense spring at the foot of the hill upon which the reservoir is to be and the hill stands at the foot of the Safe Ulower Foiled at v safein the Campbell drv goods store at Cowrie was open about two oclock Wednesday The noise of the f explosion alarmed some passers by and the burglar was caught in the He defended himself with a revolver and es though without securing t any I Annual Special to The teenth annual Sunday School association of Page county convened here yesterday with a large attendance of IE was a success in every The zeal and earnestness manifested is worthy JRoblied Oil Special to The evening burglars broke into the office ot the Consolidated Oil Tank Line and blew open the but did not secure very much the money having all been except A Miner Instantly Special to the WHAT a while working in a shaft one of the mines this was instantly HAWKBYB An Iowa farmer Places an Kxpenslve Monument Over the Wrong FORT dead bodyjias just furnished the convincing evidence in one of the strangest pisputes on The trouble arose over the ownership of a grave in the Lizard cem west of A few weeks ago William a prosperous bought a marble monument and had it placed over a mound in the under which he supposed rested the remains of his He was shocked and oorrified a few days ago when he received notice from a neighbor named Thomas Griffin to re move the whichGriffin claimed covered the grave of his OHern was sure that the bones of his mother were laid beneath the and certain that the grave was that of his OHern refused to remove the stone and Griffin threatened legal proceedings to compel the The dispute finally ended in a Both parties agreed that the grave should be opened and the bady This was and Griffin proved to be cor The body in the caffin was that of that of his OHern is preparing to remove the but has not the least idea where the real resting place of his mothers body He had been car ing for the grave whose owhership was so strangely settled for under the impression that it wos the last resting place of his who died several years FAMILY Two Davenport Households in an Iproar colored living in this city with his wife and sold the furni ture of the room in which they lived to a secondhand The furniture be longed to the and it was called for by the purchaser Wednesday evening Kelson declared that it should not go out of the and seiz ing a hatchet she smashed tho and might have completed the demolition of the entire but her husband in He struck her in the eye with his fist and hit her a severe blow upon the arm with ttie blunt side of tho His motherinlaw interfered at this and Nelson turned upon striking her twice upon the head with tho sharp edge of the She fell tothe floor and bled so profusely that it was thought at first that an artery was The How was staunched under medical and the results will not be The same evening a fight occurred be tween Bill Perry and his the dis reputable Lou better known as Lou which may result fatally for tho Bill knocked down and brutally beat and kicked and she had to be carried upstairs to her survival is a matterof doubts BAIIIES WILL Citv FOB Du buque man has patented a perpetual mo tion cradle from which he expects to reap a rich A RICH a Des Moines is reported to be worth at least He put money that he made selling papers Into real HVDKOPAOBIA KlIi A patrol wagon horse died Des Homes C the other day from The animal was bitten by a mad dog some weeks SCARED THE a Catholic pastor of delivered an address before the few evenings in which he came out for scoring the saloonkeepers out of their a prominent business man of Fort sf was stricken violently insane at apolis Monday while route to He is at present confined in the apolis jail pending examination by vsp commissioners of It is his Insanity will be but EXTRAORDINARY case ift obstetrics with scarcely a parellel was handled by three physicians at ICeoknt recently A colored woman Dixson was delivered of a twentythree pound baby The child was fully as large as many infants are at tHeageot one It was dead when born and the mothers life is despaired CHANGED who has been serving a term m the El dora jail for shooting with intent to has been transferred to the jail at his own Since the killing of Manse and Phin Kainsborger Eldora jail by a mob several years aga j the Kainsbarger family are afraid trust themselves in thatbastile Shell John in going one room to made a mistakey and opened the wrong door and fell headlong down the his He leaves an invalid who has been his companion for more than half a and several married children DEATH OF A XorEi one of the most noted horses in died at Ho was twentysix years old and owned by the Hayes of that for twentyfive Ite was the sire nine horses in the five withrecords under and sire ot a number in the list HORSES DYDfc o Is an epidemic of glanders among tho horses and mules at Sioux ease having made It appearance in differl ent parts ot tho About fifty eased animals have been discovered a number of them barnsvj in which the diseased animals have been bnrned by the health A DEMENTED HORSE a year came to Central rented an old barn and put out his shingle with theaboveJj He did quite a flourishing CLOSE OP THE Summer People Spirit Lake for Smuc present week will witness the end of the season for Spirit The Hotel Orleans closed Monday Part hotel at Arnolds and theWestside on Spirit continue open some time This is also true of Crandalls lodge and other smaller resorts about the These are occupied until later In the fall principally by Many ot the cottages are but will be closed w 4 A Davenport Special to THBHAWKETEJ Amer ican Biscuit of which is really nothingbut a the factorieswithf a of has Eagle Steam of this ness generally having from four to six diseased horses in the he has sleptantf f taken his doing his own Latterly he bos shown symptomsfp of reallyof a dangerous only as related ta seeming possessed of the f idea that most of had the glanders and that he was empowered to shoot themps Several owners of horses were obliged Jitx drive thenT off their premises him from shooting lie saying that his father was president ot the Bank of he had deposited a 000 Cedar Eapidsiithat valley belonged to and 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