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   Burlington Hawk-Eye (Newspaper) - September 13, 1890, Burlington, Iowa                                eople of Kansas Think of heir in tbe Price at f jhe Congressional Cam ConimltteeThe Sen I been caused in this city and speeches of Senator debate upon the tariff an MorrJll asked ok such and he re mccaiisohe represents his Jtbcsentiments of the people and does iun aggressive man v are satisfied with Senator Ijvobecn satisfied with him for IE of and mil continue to v understand that his speeches objectionable to the prm 1 tell you that invited to make a series of and will do so n etaway from the campaign in nsa18 The Silver advance of silver from 9t cents per fffMcTi was the price wlientKe iilwas and the present per is not fully ap iby tho general The does not merely represent a a in the amount of national cur sor should it be regarded as to a great Increase in intrinsic value of the commodity it All of the silver produced m this itrf Trill nnw a iistead of importing of silver this wealth will ritb us and bear the stam p of the of tie general jit upon a parity A jtdeal of money is needed at present Fmovrag especially in the riestatcs and the coinage of silver lirill furnish an increased volume jng anticipated by the New York ftDlsirthe issuance of credits to wcst One year the vol ie of actual currency will prove of im i value in the movement of Speaker Reed today said 1 jdi peat many western it in very few of them do I see a proper tlie silver legislation of IBS They ought to un island and give their readers understand leaving out of all other worthy achieve passage of that one bill is a i of lory to the republican jiliic people should be proud indeed true that the average west jn editor doesnt understand the value fethiilcgislation but it is to be hoped jt dariiiR the pending congressional snpaign the editorial eyes may be jened and the editorial intellect en ihtcncdin this lican Campaign Committee Special to The work of campaign committee of leiepnWican party is being carried on e with but skill Secretary the pop iJIontana is on duty He receives everybody o has business of any character with and attends to business discreetly and In a room bias no connection with the other Ifsnmcins in the there is a poictman attending to business without from any save most down the thankless work 1 first assistant postmaster general immediately took up the work JJ a Us To organization is a 3lp rather than a His ser 301 Tices to tlie committee are A 1 tireless always in good health jjj ud wellequipped with exhaustless suav he is a prince of as well B a political What he is jn wfcat organization he is perfect combinations he is the ilic need not know until results are bieved at the Secretary gtaally an Iowa is in perfect nnony with in all rt and is probably the only man on B committee who knows definately flat work is being IEillV Hill to Determine the Rithts of tie United States in Itelirlns bill rflBioapply the general laws of so pus applicable to the district of Alaska FUuthorizs the United States circuit Wmto Oregon to try cases arising in vras today sent to the state ju Wary Chairman of is said by democratic members that if it attempted in the house to pass resolution to interfere ioi districts as established by the Kf rjferrymander or force through any 01 WMerritories reporting that ttcwimittoedid not properly have ju Wictton of the The object of this wasnre is to secure judicial deicrm ina by the United States supreme court rights of tlie United States in Wiring truct the Tariff or jorce mrougu any wa pronounced partisan measures rc Wl be to pariianjentary j K10 obstruct the tariff CoMlderiiC Tariff Sept This morc rays and means committee held discuss the senate amend the tariff as the bill itself wit reached the No DS could be notcd and ings were confined to general seemed to be a prac flT Cemenl that the amendments considored tho committee at once tothere Senato for a but a Pronouoced disposition on hasten the to the as The meet aEain tomorrow consider the bill and ntocongrcssional districts by a district ng board in each composed of four resident two of each politick party to be appointed by the The are to coDStotJf SSSSS territory and no district to have more A District Is not to be divided unless its population Ule number necessary to entitle it to except In states electing representatives by and no district is to contain more than onetwentieth more or less inhabitants than the number necessary to entitle it to a The districts are to be composed of compact bounded as nearly as may be ty civil ubdivisions or national There 1s to be a national board of five four politically divided and tlie other a judge of the dis or or United States appointed by the president and con irmcd by the to act in case of allure to act or disagreement of the tate The districts made by hese boards are to remain intact until the next census KO APOLOGIES TO ISxAsstatant General Clark eon Satisfied With Ills delegation if Maryland republican clubs called on exAssistant Postmaster General Clark on and presented a resolution hanking him for his expressed opposi ion civil service Clarkson riade a brief address in in which 10 said he was hot opposed to a reformed ivil service nor to one made intelligent n the most practical He added he believed this to be a representative government on par y responsibility therefore he believed any national or ounty was entitled to have all the ilaces under it filled by its friends or hose anxious for its success and not its Deferring to an allusion to his ecord in changing democratic for rc inblican he said he could not lave displaced democrats if Clevelands cforra administration had not put demo rats in and republicans He added hat he had no apologies to make to any ne for the democrats he had removed rom of Charges Against the Pen mUsloner Practically committee met this morn Building for the pur tue testimony of 138 i was had received init of their purehasin Th Dnlvcrsal Ecfrigerator com Jie decided clerks for examination for reasons General Raum committee to subpoena of the pension JJVJ113HJ11 heen promoted under his of office to dispose of the TJ sucl1 employes have pur 0f the Universal or been promoted The committee de on the tait in their opinion dence already ption of time and a The committee then practically closes the ion State introduced districts within twelve passage of theappor shall be divided Vo Quorum Being Present the Uody Adjourns Without the he clerk proceeded under instructions rom the speaker to call the roll on the uestion of ordering the previous ques on the approval of the journal of Tuesdays During the roll all a message was received from the enate announcing tho passage of the ariff bill with By direc ion of the speaker it was referred to the ommittee on ways and The irevious question was nays clerk noting a The question then recurred on the approval if the but the quorum disap Deared and a call of the house was or One hundred and seventyfive members responded to their but n approval of the journal these had dwindled down to no and m motion of McKlnley the house ad The senate oday passed a number of bills on the calendar and then took up the railroad and forfeiture Morgan continued iis argument in opposition to He vas followed by Sanders in favor of the Conference the main point of his iontention being that lands actually pat inted to railroad companies could not be aken from them because they turned utto be mineral Hearst took the contrary view and insisted that mineral ands were specially reserved by original Sanders said in the courts of Yashington and California and the su preme court of the United States the Derm mineral lands has been held to mean lands commercially valued for min ng Without concluding his Sanders yielded for an cxecu session and the senate soon ad Rusk Discusses the Crop Sept in an interview with a reporter to upon the excitement in the grain caused by the fear of short said Of the fact that there was a slight falling off in the quan jty of crops had an effect upon the mar cets but the tendency has been upward so far as prices are on all I attribute the increase to other causes than a shortage in The statement that this has been the lightest yield for twenty years I cannot agree This may be the case with the barley The shortage in the yield of some cereals was anticipated in the June You do not apprehend any squeeze not a The government re ports have considerable influence in hecking any complicated and everybody is enabled to know the precise condition of the Is it a fact that the report is the most unfavorable ever issued at The cotton crop is extra ordinarily Oats are probably lower than they have been for twenty but that is the only weak with the exception of the barley which was very prolific last How is the quality Uniformly I have with which are not only short but poor in I think this country should raise less wheat and Im port less Wo export wheat and import barley and there Is not a reason why we should not raise it AT CRESSON President Harrison Deeply Interested in tlie Financial CHESSON the president is taking a deep Interest in the financial situation is shown by the fact that he devoted nearly two hours this afternoon to telegraphic correspondence with Secretary at Williams and Assistant Sec retaries Batehellor and at as to the best means of re lieving the present in the money One of the results of the conference was the order for the prepay ment of interest aggregating five millions of dollars on currency sixes and for an advance In the rate for four per cent bonds M Another question con sidered was the propriety of suggesting the extension of bonded per cents under the proposed new tariff but no con clusion was reached on this The latest advices received by the president were to the effect that money was easier at the close of business and tho outlook more Tho presi dent and Harrison took a long drive this 3 THE FLOOD GATES mmense Damage by Heavy Rains in the East and SerlouD Condition of Thingi in Penn ylTa nla and the VlrginUsA Sudden Drop in the Mercury Through out rivers here are rising steadily and though not near the danger point advices from all along the Allegheny and Menongahela rivers promise much higher water before The rainfall averages six nches in the past three something mpreccdcnted in the upper The country are suffering eing located on low lands as a rule and damaged exhibits and ruined race tracks are reported from all causing all of the fairs to close at a Rail roads are sufferim much All of the low streets of are flooded and great damage Is being done by flooded while small farm ers are also At New a hun dred houses are covered on the first door vith from one to six feet of water and families were obliged to A score of mills and furnaces in New Castle and along the Bappahannock arc covered shut downAll reports ndicate great loss to roads and loods along the Chemung river the past ew days have swollen the Susqnohanna it this point to an unusually abnormal Should it rise two feet more during the night all communication with west side of the river to a point along line of the Lackawauna railroad will e cut A large portion of the low and is already submerged and farmers vho have not yet harvested the late crops vill suffer Heavy 3taitis in Xortltern Sept from lorthern Ohio show heavy At ISucyrus four inches of rainfall was re ported The Sandusky river vas so high as to cut off communication vith North At Akron the rain all was Great was done throughout the and in the city unusual destruction was Nortu Howard one of the princi jal business was fearfully In some places a portion of the street railway was left with the lies n the hanging by the The main sewer was exposed and water pipes torn Eailway travel is almost sus The Siroto river is at a very high All low farm lands north and south of the city are immersed and the oss to crops is Much other dam age has been Damage By SepL rom the fertile Gencsee valley are that he damage to the reach It has rained almost incessantly or fortyeight hours and the flats are covered with water from one to three feet deep for FLOODS IN Youns to Be Ecceived i Into Full Methodist conference was called to order this morning by Bishop who pro ceeded to call np the class of young min isters who are to be received into full conference They were Browning and They duly lectured by the and then of pre sented the claims of his The favorable impression produced on the first appearance of tho agreeable liquid fruit Syrup of Figs a few years ago has been more than confirmed by the pleasant experience of all who have used and the success of the pro prietors and manufacturers the can ed foroia Fig ioursr caused a landslide Cleve and and Marietta railway which ay trains a long The whole val ey Is VIOLENT GAS Xuniberof Miners Killed at shaft of he Lehigh and Wilkesbarre CoaL com aany was the scone of a violent explosion f gas at two oclock this A gang of men were at work In tho mine learing up the wreck of the fire of last March and searching for the bodies of he men who were killed at that Five men are reportedto be killed and is now learned that only ne George was Isaac Tones was badly The gas was gnitcd by Ford dropping a safety lamp vhon The other men were brought out Smashed to Kindling assenger train on the Chicago and Grand Trunk railway plunged Into reight train last The engineer vas fatally tho fireman badly mrt and a brakeman received slight in The engine and four passenger a caboose and four freight cars vere knocked into kindling Tho lasseugers escaped Six Kegs of Powder of powder exploded at Shohola Glen oday with terrible The report the explosion was heard for miles and many windows in surround ng villages were Three men vcro instantly killed and a number of ithers seriously but will recover EAILEOAD The Rio Grande on the Destruction to from Texas say the Eio Grande is on the At Eagle Pass it is higher it has been for ten All the ower part of the which is densely populated by is under six feet of water and much property has been swept but no lives are About one hundred feet of iron trestle approach to the new bridge crossing the river was carried down yesterday with the offices if the custom and quarantine and several others to the railroad bridges a mile where who were in the trestle at the were rescued from The river is still rising and he entire which is feet is in danger of being swept All communication with Piedras Negras on the Mexican side of the river is Broken and the track of the Mexican In ternational railway is washed out and travel is EAGING Portions of Pennsylvania ileavy Flooded by floods are raging in the The Xeshamock is higher than for and at noon was still rising with a heavy rain Several of the thorough fares are inundated and the mills are ob liged to close The bridge on the Pennsylvania companys side track was swept together with some cars loaded with steel that had been run on the bridge to hold it The Shenango river is also rising rapidly and will be all over the bottom land Advices from say a sudden rise in the tauley river yesterday car ried away thirtyone coal barges all of which valued at were The barges inflicted heavy damages to the government dam at A CHILLY Sadden Drop In the Mercury Throughout the Sioux Sept cold wave struck this section last The crops are past injury excepting At Pierre this change from hot to cold was the most sudden ever Snow Falling ill orth began falling here this morning and now lies four inches Rain Turns to rain which has been falling since Wednesday night turned to snow this The farmers are afraid the wheat will sprout in the An inch of snow is re ported at Threshing is not yet over and much of the wheat will be lost in the Ecd River The Oldest Inhabitant once the old est inhabitant can give no precedent that will even equal the early snow of this Snow has fallen in North Minnesota anc Manitoba from a quarter of an inch to several In some quarters cole rains quickly disposed of the and the snow combined did some little damage to wheat that is still in the Snowcapped shocks are reported around Hallock and as well as at other While thf snow has been limited in the cole wave extended over both the Dakota and Minnesota and is working its wiy into Most of the crops are too far advanced to be much The Weather Service Beall of the signal has this to sai about todays weather The storm center in South Dakota yesterday is now over Light rains with strong gales are reported from the Dakotas and with falling tern perature that freezing weather of yes tcrdai in northern Montana has ex tended southward into northern Coloradi and eastward through North Dakota to St Vincent has a temperature of 30 degrees with twoinches of The temperatun at Plena is 20 Fort Carter and Cheyenne 28 The temperatur along the western edge of the cornbel 36 degrees South 36 degrees Nebraska 36 and North 42 Cloudiness prevented fros there this Trains Delayed by a NEW Incessant rain for the past fortyeigh The Union Iacliic Freight Transfer De partment to be Removed to Council COUNCIL BLUFFsf is that an order is soon to be ssucd from Union Pacific headquarters directing the removal of the freight ransfer department of that road from Omaha to this The it is is to take effect as soon as the lew union depot in Omaha is All trains will thereafter be made up in yards on this side of tho If his betrue it means a great deal for Council It means the removal of our hundred men and their families rom Omaha to this city and the addi ion of at least of one thousand five hun dred to the Railroads disagree ment fomenting for days be wcen the Big Four and the Ohio and Mississippi resulted today in a reduction of rates by the Ohio and Mississippi to effect The fare from icre to Louis is reduced to SO to Jeardstown to Pana to Springfield A BOSSRACING is acting as she wanted to pick a quarrel with Bui and Premier Stambouloff appears1 ot to be anxious to shirk the tulgarian government has refused to pay ne total amount of the claim presented y Russia for payment of arms and am munition supplied to Bulgaria during the far with on the ground that tho mount due is roubles less than he sum Tho it is be would never have been presented jat for the czars hostility toward Bul Much chagrin is felt in Turkey ver the virtual refusal of Lord Sdlis inry to withdraw the British troops from on the ground that the country lad not yet sufficiently progressed to jus ify their Tho Turkish gov has at last given satisfaction to srvia by sentencing to death the mur ierer of tho Servian consul at Pustend nd imposing lighter sentences on hisjic Itetween ItnsKla and relations be ween Russia and Germany do not ap aear to be much improved by Emperor Villiams late A dispatch from ierlin in regard to the prosecu ion of Lutherans in the Baltic provinces f that three pastors have been banished and sixtysix are on mostly on trivial The Russian government is doing all it can to stamp mt the Lutheran as the members if that church are suspected of leaning oward The ills elt particularly sore at Williams Inslst ng on landing in that part of his do instead as steam ng up the Neva to The icople of these provinces are German in and as well as Lutheran RAMPAGING fe is Severely Repremanded by the Metho dist but com mittee appointed by the Methodist Epis copal conference to investigate the Pas tor Arney horse racing reported to quite at variance with his confessed to having committed a very imprudent act when he participated n a horse Ho sincerely regret ed the notoriety caused by the He kept horses for per sonal pleasure and exercise and the pos sibility of premiums and profits by their after being properly He added that as long as he lives he will never participate ina horse race The conference accepted the report and Arneys character was allowed to LABOR 3raml Master Sargent Makes a Report to the Brotherhood of SAN his report to the convention of the Brother aood of Grand Master Sargent recommends tho erection in some central city of a building for to cost not ess than the money to be raised general Also that steps DO taken to secure legislation prohioit ing the employment of the The report shows a membership of nine teen thousand with an insurance fund of and that the brotherhood raised by assessment to support the great Q The Central Strike strike on the New York Central seems to be over so far as Albany is A dozen or more of the strikers were taken back to work this Tonight the strikers still out had a meeting at which there was much warm argument and the master workman lost his temper several As near as can bo before tho close of the meeting ho advised thn men to go back to work if they THE SOUTHAMPTON An Effort 1T111 be Made to Arrange n Settlement of the the dock mens meeting this afternoon it was de cided to wait upon the individual em ployers and try to arrange a A portion of the military has been with The In an in terview this declared he was in favor of the strike in spite ol yesterdays one of the leaders of the has been arrested on the charge of Intim The dockmcn have decided to return to work in the but the sailors and firemen are still holding out The town Is quiet Charges Kautz colonel of the Eighth United States In was a visitor at the quarters enroute for For where his regiment is The charges preferred by General Kautz to tho war departmen against General together with the counter charges preferred hy Genera Brooks against General b mutual been withdrawn and tho difficulty between the officers com The withdrawal of the charge was promulgated by the war departmen Dont Want tlie Fair Opened a meeting o the executive committee of the Natlona Reform association In this a resolu tion was adopted to the effect that a cal be issued for a meeting In every county and territory of the union for the pur pose of giving voice to the protests o the members of the church opening the Worlds Fair on Ten thousand copies of the call have been Disastrous Contlagration at last night started in on the Canadian side of the and fo a time the whole town was threatened but by hard work the fire was confinei to the mill and lumber The loss i Reunion Welch Welch family reunion near Downs yes terday brought out 150 and represonta tives of many different states were pres There was a big speeches songs and story Goddarda Finley chairman of the TransMissouri Fjeigh association has been chosen to succeed J who has resigned the chair raanship of the Western Pears is the purest and beat soap ever made r J r Russia Making Faces at Bulgaria Premier harge of Barrundia until definite xpression of will had come from Wash also condemn the action who they thought ad to sign the mans death 1 i In Turkey Over Salisburys Re fusal to Withdraw Relations Between Russia 8EKEBAL FOREIGN The Situation In the Argentine Republic ot be cabinet are held Unquletness royails in the The situation threatening in the Province of 3utreRIos that further reinforcements ave been sent VThe payments of the Cednla coupons ave not yet been arranged A por ion of the press is making violent at acks upon Senor minister of the and it is likely that he will be nduced to London William Hard editor of the is Trouble at the Capital of revolutionists n the Canton of Ticino formed a provis onal government and convoked a popular which declared the existing government and the grand council dis solved and ordered a general election for next The insurgents hold Lnga Chiasso and The bundesrath was called in extra ses sion and ordered federal troops to be sent to the scene of the The lopnlace support the and the livic Guard occupies the telegraph preventing the supporters of the Cantonal government from coramunicat ng by telegraoh with each other or with he national The rebels arrested Councillor the federal who received instructions o annul the decision of the provisional government and the vote of the popular The advanced liberals are taking a eading part in the opposition to the con servative The government las become unpopular owing to the reasurers recent liberals occupy the town stations on the lothard A counter revolt is Cpuncellor Rossiwas accidenty killed during a riot at The tele graph wires along the Gothard rail ivay have been cut The latest telegrams report all quite in the disturbed THE JiEVOLT HAS revolt iias It has been agreed that the question of revision of the constitu tion be submitted to a popular BARRTJNDIAS An EycWltness to the Tragedy Relates the Details of the NEW Pacific mail which reached here brought some of the passen gers who were on board the steamship Acapulico at the time of the killing of General One of the eyewit nesses of the tragedy told the story to an Associated Press it ap pears that General Barrnndia came on board at New under stood to be on his way to San He was attended by two as body When the ship arrived at the Guatemala authorities there de manded that Barrundia be Pitts peremptorily refused to do They withheld the clearance papers for twentyfour but finally allowed him to When the vessel ar rived at San Jose two boat loads of sol diers were sent off from shore to see that no one without proper credentials should leave the Within pistolshot of her were two United States gun Captain Pitts had telegraphed their commanding officer from Chanper requesting but the dispatch had not been Now he made a personal appeal for The response was that they could do nothing without order from the The next day the ship was again invaded by the commandante with a special force of men and another boat load of The Guatemalan commandante produced an order of arrest signed by American Minister MIzner and made formal de mand for the delivery of Barrundia Then he directed that all the cabin passengers be ordered When this order was executed the entire force proceeded to Barrundlas Captain Pitts with When the room was Captain after deprecating the necessity of surrendering his passen read the order for Barrundia had quietly met them at the but al once all was reached into fhe room for a and making the remark Very fired The bal just missed Capain together with the Guatemalan ran to his locked the door and hid under the leaving the manhuntint to special Barrundia was a shortsighted and being very was unable to do any damage though he chased out of the sa firing Atlast they dropped riddled with ohthe hurricari The brave there upon came from his hiding walked up to the dead man and fired a bnlle into his The dead body was rolled up in a piece of canvas and conveyed on shore in one of the The other conveying the gallant of the their revolvers openly dis made a detour around by the United States war As they lef the some smilingly waved their one placed his thumb to hi nose and extended his fingers in a well known Still tho incident was not said the gentleman who tok the The Guatemalans had to wipe their feet a little more on the suf fering and she was not allowed to proceed until tho baggage belonging to Barrundia was presumably foi evidence incriminating Thi was submitted by the American still not a hundred yards at tha time of th an officer from one of them wa on board the The Ameri cans on board were full of indignatioi and shame at the whole Captain it was generally was parti excusable for his seeing he hai applied in vain to the warships for as sistancc and was confronted with ai order from the American Th passengers the action of th men of they malntai y RECEESSWITHHISBEiETS Shoots two Men Hear Red he far a A Suicide at General r f Iowa Tfewfl and Only Published an nounces that henceforth that paper will e published only on More Cholera at new ases of cholera and twenty deaths from he disease are reported in this city to Twenty Men explosion oc urred In the Strassburg coal pit at Loe irberg Twenty men were cn i Special to The RED shootingaffray ccurcd two miles north of here this in which William Howells was jot through the bowels and probably atally and John Smith shot irongh the The shooting was one by and was the ulmination of aquarrel running ail The trouble occurcd John laswells on which all are Vletander was fined in fustics court a cek ago for assault on A Tragedy the German ourists and two guides have been blown iver a precipice on the Ericssons Itody United States manofwar Baltimore with the lody of Ericsson arrived this ihe made the run from New York to 3othenburg within seventeen vhich is the fastest time on record for a Kzeta Elected CITY OF dispatch rom Salvador announces that General Szeta has been elected president with inly one dissenting Great enthu iiasm It is rumored that there is danger of var between Honduras and DEMOCRATS CONCEDE The State Goes by Two Thousand Cheyenne special to the Jfeira says Complete re urns have not reached here from any counties of the state and it will require several days before a correct estimate can be The Mormon vote Unitah county was given solid for the re giving the state ticket over hundred The republicans low claim the state by two thousand democrats concede it by twelve The republicans carry the legislature and will have a working majority in both Sept Sufficient returns are received to ihow beyond any question that the re mblican state ticket is elected and that republicans have control of the legis which means the election of two republican United States The republican majority of two years ago is reduced from to or Tlie News at Delegate of tonight received a dsspatch from Cheyenne saying the re publicans had elected the full state icket and congressman by nearly two thousand majority and a large majority of the The Australian sys tem is Nevada demo cratic state convention today adopted a platform favoring the enforcing of iconomy in state affairs destroying monopolies and trusts fostering the in dustries of the state and developing its It declares it is the duty of congress to pass a law perpetually ex cluding tho Chinese from the country and declares for free coinage of silver on a tender equality with The ticket is as follows Theodore Winters Sadler secretary of Brady lerk of the supreme Booker Stewart superin tendent of public Hyde Osborn and of was nomi nated for congress McMillan for supremejudge Charles May for troller Mason for treasurer Love for attorney A RECIPROCITr The Formation of jOne A Capital o one of the most extensive hide dealers in Can writes to a newspaper a lettter ad vocating the formation of a reciprocity with a subscribed capital of the object being to create a healthy public sentiment so that the eco nomic questions affecting trade and com merce between the United States and Canada can be discussed free from party bias to educate the people on all matters relating to free trade or reel procity by employing good speakers capable of presenting the views of the league in a popular he is encouraged to make this suggestion for the formation of a league because Vest and others are favorable to ANSWERED DEATHS Sndden Demise of Robert o Robert W professor of therapeautlcs at the College of Physicians and die suddenly this morning of heart disease broughton by too close application to hi Jones was well knowi throughout the and former1 resided in Death of a Distinguished Bell aged distinguished as a builder of ma chinery and for being first to take a steamboat across the Gulfof Mexico died suddenly today of H introduced steamers in the rivers o Had to Come to Emma of this has judgment in tho circuit court for SSO against the Mutual Accident Association of the Northwest on a policy held by he who died about a year ago from an overdose of The compan refused payment on the ground that th cause of death did not come within th of Jury CEDAK living on the AVcst has been arrested under charge of a grave offense that of or offering to brib two The case was a lawsui over a trade and Sweet is said t have offered two jurymen So each if th case went his Free samples of Miles Restorativ Nervine at Wittes drug store Cures Sleepless great counc of the Improved Order of Red Men close appeal from tho action o of Illinois was laid over unti the next repairing at Eb FAIR OFFICERS resident and Secretary of the Delaware County Agricultural Society in Special u the HawkEyeJ la afternoon the president and secre aryof the agricultural society were ar ested and wilUbe bound overtoawait he action of the jury forlicensing permitting gambling on the fair For two years past and more hese officershaveibeen infavorof tariff or revenue without regard to the wishes of the people or the laws of Last year the better class of citizens irotested to their manner of doing and appointed a committee to wait upon and advise them in plain words vhat was the wish of the They hen promised npon their honor that they vould not permit gambling games on the ground At the opening of the air this week they were besieged by ap ilicants for space for They being born and bred and diedinthewool or tariff for again issued permits for all kinds of They will now learn whether they are a law into themselves or are to be controlled by the laws of fatal Accident at If Sed aged residing west of was shot about nineoclock Wednesday He was out hunt ug with a doublebarreled and while in the act of loading the gun one larrel was the contents strik ng him in the One side of his face was entirely torn He Is reported to be In a critical and the physi cians pronounce his Injuries A Suspicions boys fishing in Lake yesterday after noon discovered the body of an infant wrapped in a The coroner was It had been in the water two or three weeks and was badly decom This is the fifth time within a that the body of an infant has been Tpnnd in the The authorities will sift the matter to the 12 fjiu the fair urmcnZttr Great what voice C effersonPrintyhast ngton and Qufncy officials at Barfing onc know what they are Jefl rinty could stand in the union Turlington announce to tha wait assengers at Creston or Aurora that t legant Lurlington and Qalnc estabaled trainswereaboac toleavc a f on but that ai yen A fire broke out at low midnights fnrtl ead of winter In once upon a We hope the type may onble and melt as they are being set tip Prlnty didnt the Keokul re thirteen id thats coming pretty You can ride TheTfancocIc county fair Is essfnl week A brisk rainJth fternoon to t orall and other but the son came nt all right nnd the big crowd presentj njoyed the closing immen ully people were present ye It was a big Excursion trafnil rom Cl on and intermediate points leading th quotas to the big Yesterdajsi were Threeminute trotting won in three straight heats timev Freeforalt pace Blub Bob won time Eglon had a walkover f Ball games were played on Wednesday Colchester too S to The foot 100 waswoabyi The fair was a good Thel rnteries live fine very Some were expend n THE CYCLISTS Struck a Gas DBS the digging of a well on the farm of four miles south of this last when down about twentyrfive feet a flow of gas was struck which poured forth with great It was ignited and lighted np the whole country around that If the gas holds out arrangements will be made for confining and utilizing The JKagle Grove Special to The EAGLE fair here is in full The entries in all classes are very especially in the speed Crowds of people are almost rivaling the state The show of stock is unrivalled in the The fair will be a success as has been the case since its Fell Under the Special to the HawkEyeJ attemptfng to jump a moving switch engine on the Chicago and Northwestern last night ai unknown tramp fell between the moving wheels and had his foot crushed in such a manner that its amputation was ueces sary man Lacey was renominated with greai enthusiasm by the sixth district repub licans The platform en dorses the national administration and commends Major vote on the tariff and Lodge Suicided by Don wife of a wellknown traveling man of this suicided yesterday morning by hanging herself with a strip of bed She had been ill and had fre quently threatened the HAWKEYE DIED OF a Gilman small died the other day from resulting from runninga rusty nail in his A BOLD strangers entered the house of Hoosier at Al den the other day and kidnapped his six yearold No trace of the men or the child can be A BiGAsnsT Cerney of committed snicidi He was fifty years of am had two wives one in Bohemia am one in AN OLD FETTD old Clay county fend has recently broken on The families involved are name Kyke and and it is said severa complimentary shots have been ex changed in the past few STABBED BT A small station near Tuesday Charles an inoffensive young man was stabbed and severly wounded by young tough named who after ward made good his A LOST police ar searching for a fourteenyearold gir named who has been missin from her home for some Her par ents are greatly distressed over her dis appearance and fear she has been foully dealt THE The Sheepflhead Bay SHEEPSHEAD track was a sea of First and up one mile Madstone Elkto third Second three yearolds and futurity course about furlongs Kingston Fit James Volunteer third time Third twoyear futurity course Woodcutter won Evangeline time Fourth fillies one mile and a fnrloni Tulla Blackburn Ruperta secom Miss Belle third Fifth mile and teenths Los Angeles Elave secbn third Sixth and a furlong Birthday Sam Wood Cas away third Seventh an furlongsonthe turf Frank tV 4 th most successful state Omaha juiweirjjjai nteredputofjxb classy olfdatloh was won 3uren In lie by Eedsigrf THE t Closed a Gooi The Great Wheelman IZvent at The great bicycle for which arrangements have been or months in opened and the hotels are crowded with nen from all parts of the the one mile novice race are dozen entries from ia addition Jester of and Pi of In one mile novice safety William VartJ of Rhode and Bert In the quarter of a mile open Edward of Xewj York FFerry of Will of Omahat I of Jersey New Jersey of West and amem jer of the Berkeley Athletic club of New Hampshire will contest with the nois crack The the one mile championship of America on safety machines is attracting great For this the outsiders entered include George Boston Laurie and London E New York Wordi Toledo Richard Louis LSj Omaha Joseph Indiana William MfcKt and ten contestants from Chicago Rockford and other parts of Illfj The five mile safety open wlUI bring out Van of Rhode Laurie and of England New and of the two mile class safety Pixley will In the one boys under the entries are FreoV Orr and Harloy Peoria Majorca and There are over forty entries the two mile safety handicap including the cracks already In the racing today a new cord was made for the mile of New rode a safety one mile in Will of and Herland of New York immediately behind Another featjj ure of the days performance was the was beaten by man who was never before considered of 5Tew The ISnrton Counfcyfalr Special to The County Agricultural society closes todayb the eighteenth annual handsome which are owned the have been provided this with a new poultry new h houser new cattle stalls with the former fair art hall and machinery makes ground well provided with The which is excelled by fen in this is In excellent tion and the races all well filled and j closely contested The display in all de partments is larger than ever before the attendance yesterday was The Independence a fair attendance at the races The star event was the starting of r nant to beat his record of In tha first start he became unmanageably at ran into the givinghis narrow escaoe He was evidently1 outol humor for the for out three heat trotted his best time was In the class byAiN by won first two heats in and time was made in the next race was won by King Rex in and In the class Garrett L haska Best Won theDeinorest Special to The merest medal was awarded CeceiE Woodworth here last night ary Four speakers for it before a crowded of and of this werejhij j Dnnliby and assisti the good have terope aucework that good Dennis Murto is back The Count thirdannual fair of tho Agricultural hiis gress since last mate the number on larger than evepbefdrp exhibits are and th success fihanciallpis sof g broad smile the pfthema CENSUS counties are congressional district a loss of The losses ate as folIoSvs   

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