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   Burlington Hawk-Eye (Newspaper) - December 7, 1890, Burlington, Iowa                                TWELVE HE SUJSTDAY DECEMBER THE FARMERS introduces a Bill Increasing Building low Will Come to Ilurllnjrton WeeltThe Senate and 1100M Apnor Special to The Gear VjBcea in the house today a till to the cost of Burlingtons public o This is an Increase Gear is confident the asa the house and senate and the presidents approval without KpectorLow has decided to start for Monday or Tuesday next to the various sites offered for the building and report with recom lation as to his SMITH aii8 Bill to Keduce the Amount United States the senate sotatlon of the Farmers Alliance committee against the passage congressional lard bill was pre Sherman introduced three bills imendmentto the bill relating rase which were referred to the Sherman also reduced an amenment to the bill to re the amount of United States bonds rcQiiired of national banks and to e to the channels of trade the cx accumulation of money in the The amendment limits the re meuts of deposits in United States to the amount of five thou Ijtad dollars of bonds for each and every provided that the Ifnltntarj withdrawal of bonds for of nations bank notes shall lloiaceed three million dollars in any The act shall not apply to de ot bonds to secure deposits of Upon the United States Ids deposited or which may be de ictei tearing interest a national bauk iMssociition making deposits shall be j to receive from the comptroller jflie currency circulating notes not the par value of bonds depos dor actually paid in capital stock of Another section authorizes Jli secretary of the treasury to issue BJiilted States notes equal to the retire national banks below the Section four Ijjnjjmlzes the issue of United States Rtadstoan amount to exceed JiMltobereemed at the pleasure of the Rmverament and to bear two per cent They are to be sold for lawful EKfflevor coin certificates and the pro tjitODe applied to the redemption or lnited States Tie honse amendments to the senate t resolution for the issue of arms to t sates of North aud South Wpming and extending its ms to was concurred The elections bill was then taken up itbelore Gray finished his speech the Hie the house Saturday next was set aside for lie consideration of bills reported from Ipk committee on private land He senate bill appropriating ol additional rations for IttheSiims Indians was Tbe sen Iftt bill for the retirement of General msn the rank of colonel also The senate joint resolution di the president to request the ffof General Grant for permission loiemove her husbands remains to Arl cemetery was called but no n was has prevented the passar eu tion on several occasions by his watch is hopeful that he may secure a postponement of the matter tifl the en The Supervislne port says wniie In attendance on the conferrnco of consuls General United States in EuropeS con Bider the practical working of thecus tomsadminislrative I was strongly wisdom and nccos nf t enforcement of that Had further proof been needed it would have been found in the publications in the European press admitting that invoices were systematically and Intentionally un dervalued and deploring the fact that un der the new provisions of the law these evasions could no longer bo safely con It also has been brought promi nently to my that while the citizens of these countries were cnjoyins InTfTft j deceptive the pro iSrfitS upon the and illicit importations into Uuited States the American ducts were unreasonably and in vldously proscribed and made to feel the rigor of their commercial laws 1 ingle expresses the opinion that more than half the prepared opium consumed in the country during the past six years has been It is he that the internal revenue tax of not more than So per pound on the prepared article crude opium to be admitted free and a corresponding duty upon smoking opium would practically put an end to the THE INDIAN The Situa tion Still Secretary Proctor this morning received two tele grams from General Miles at In one he quotes General Brooke as say ing that one of the main causes of dis content among the hostile Indians is that a certain band of Sioux living on Pass Creek in Rosebud agency has been or dered to move against their These Indians desired to be transferred to Pine Eidge and have secured the consent of ihe Indians now General Brooke asking for au thority to permit the states in his opinion this would still fur ther aid in disintegration of the hostile General Miles telegraphed him in repy that he had ample discre tion in the matter but advised him not to make promises to the He could assure that the government had secured ati increase of rations and more general General Miles adds that in his opinion the transfer can be made permanent hereafter if deemed In the other telegram General Miles says the reports from General Brooke Indicate a more favorable condition of He says in case the disintegration continues the threatened outbreak will be pre vented for this winter at The situation Is still grave in his opin ion and will require extreme watchful ness to satisfy the Indians and avert hos tilities until STAXDIXG HOCK The Indians of this reservation today drew their all the families being Sitting wife and boys were Agent McLaughlln had ar ranged a plan to arrest Sitting Hull but received orders suspending for the pres ent any arrest Their National Alliance Convention Closes at rmCrop Report Statistics Powderly the Ag n with of the murdered has renewed her offer to pay 000 for the arrast of Tascott and his de tention until identified GEKEML WASHINGTON As to is going to tf lard work for either party to agree its concerning the reapportlon In view of the large number of In the hands of the demo Rmis ind o the attacks which the dem fitats in concress threaten to make the some republicans Kt quite willing that the reappor fionment matter shall not be Ittj argue that any advantages gained lJnthe electoral colleee in 1892 would be and that the party could to ualt till it had regained some the lost liut the pre plnion is that the bill should be temporary political Kext week tlie census the measure before the nt has yet been reached as to of If the present 1 were retained the republicans te the although some like Holman and K 1 2s to believe that their party TOM hse and have that the membership kept It In this event In Mar5and Kentucky Tennes th Carolina and each would The democrats in con le or nothing for New York mand for a That agi Waf selul to Tammany in the re pal ca and it has since up in a perfunctory way by the wk Theyappeared re ccnsus committee today But even if should be granted the con S rom westeru which are in ithe work of reapporticnment The majority in stionably favor by making total renders unnecessary the by any General Miles VrepHriag to Start for tlie General Miles said the only news he had for publication was that troops now enroute from various military posts to Pine Ridge agency were making rapid progress toward their des The general is making prepa rations to start for the northwest Mon A Special Issue of PISE RTDGE Agent Royer made a special issue ol ninety head of beeves to the Indians at the agency yesterday Father Jute has brought news from the Bad Lands that the Indians had promised to come in on horseback and talk with General but little con fidence is placed in the promise by the author The Iritli Go to New The Irish for New York this Shortly before their on be half of himself and his said to an Associated Press repereshtative We up to the present maintained silence and abstained from inviting any expression of opinion on the situation at out of respect for the delibera tions of our We have to received assurances that the Parliamentary Fund Association of New otherwise known as the Hoff man House which raised S300 000 and turned it over to at the time of the last gen eral heartily endorses our ac and that the municipal council of the league in New York also supports In answer to telegrams from Columbus and other asking the delegates to the follow ing reply was sect We deeply regret there should be any but we are solemnly convinced the inteter ests of unity will be served by suspend ing public action pending the decision 01 the Irish We hope to communi cate with you again the moment we re ceive decisive news from Bnritlars Have Fun With H it of said if 7 by Mccune was T Can a11 to have a marked commlt the Alliance of Jhird m t mV S0ldly the y Bcforo 1892 WB fha havo a to see the two leadlnS Political to mr7 a to accede to our If neither listen to then it will be time for ns to act Inde pendently I see no possible chance for the republican party to secure the Alli ance vote oithe south while it stands on the present protective tariff It will have to wholly forfeit its present indentity as a political party in order to change and I do not see any pos sible chance of this Do you said the reporter the democratic party of the north would join the southern democrats on the alli ance platform I I think and make the prediction that the democratic national convention of 1S92 will adopt the alliance Louis platform in President of the Farmers sent a telegram to DirectorGeneral of the worlds at asking cooperation with the national alliance in securing the fitting exhibits of American agricultural products at the The director general replied asking for the appoint ment of a committee for that The committee was appointed also one to memorialize congress for the sup pression of At the public meet ing last night Powderly and members of the executive board of the Knights of Labor Powderly said it was time for the law yers to stand aside and give farmers a chance as well as the merchants and He was speaking only for himself but if it was the general sentiment for all industrial and labor organiza tions to stand and vote together in 1S92 he would bo there in the hottest of the The whole line of Powderiys talk was In encouragement of the third party movement if it became In couclusion he said Let me say to you our greeting is most cordial aud heart We feel that we are a part of your Let us all agree upon your If it Is to agitate and do hard work on that we are with and if we are to vote with you upon we will stand by you at the President Polk made a brief reply and several other speeches were The national colored alliance yester day adopted a resolution urging congress to pass the Lodge election A para graph criticising aud denouncing the white national alliance for its opposition to the bill was At Thursday nights session of the na tional of who is an aspirant for the peoples nom ination for against got the fioor on a proposition to improve the Mississippi river and took the occasion to deliver a violent political in which he denounced the republican party as unworthy of The speech produced a sensation and the alliance men of both parties wish it understood his opinions are simply those of an indi vidual and not endorsed by the alliance as a An investigating committee reports that it has been unable to ascertain a single fact Implicating in any way Presi dent As to President of the Georgia while nothing was found derogatory to his personal or official character the committee cannot endorse his course in the Georgia sena torial The same was true of The report did not give entire satisfaction but was adopted with out At the afternoon session com plaint was made by of that the government crops statistician relied too much upon in formation furnished by uninformed The committee on agri cultural statistics proposing a committee of five Alliance congressmen to make arrangements to get so the people may not be dependent on the reports from the government statis tician in his of moved a roster be furnished of all subAlliance secretaries who will send to each Alliance all the information in their possession PEEDIOTS A RBUQIOUS An Old Pennsylvania Hermit Who ImaB Ines He li the Prophet Edwin an old hermit living in a hnt in the thickest part of the woods near Chapman Lehigh Penn thinks himself a He eats but one meal a at the noon consisting of bread and cracked and dresses in a red red hat and lowcut He lets bis hair and beard grow to an enormous and tries to resemble Christ as much as possible in his personal He calls himself the prophet Elijah and pre dicts a great religious war which will wipe out the He Is a Pennsyl vania Dutchman and is a man of educa His family lives on a farm near which he once BUSINESS A Large New Orleans Cotton House Com pelled to NKW cotton house of and Meyer has suspended with liabilities aggregating and assets This is the third largesTcottoh houseln the and was supposed to be one of the They ask for an and say they will pay dollar for The recent financial the slowness of collec and the decline in the price of cot ton had its share in causing the It is feared the wreck of this house may involve several other firms here aud else The iirin is one of the oldest cotton factory houses in the The establishment has always enjoyed a high reputation in the business community and besides being extensively Identified with the cotton Industry controlled several sugar The firm has an office In New York and are agents here for the batches and Tort Missis sippi cotton mills and for another mill in North Victor Meyer is president of the Onion National bank and Adolph another Is commander of tlie first brigade of the State National Guard and congressmanelect from the first Louisiana Meyer will endeavor to call a meeting of the creditors and ob tain an extention without going into Most of the creditors are outside the The of aliUlomtire bell Causes an mysterious dis appearance of Millionaire Camp bell was the direct cause of the assign ment last evening of the Chicago Safe and Lock of which corporation the missing man was a princi pal stockholderand The assets were scheduled at and the liabil ities at about The factory was shut down and a double guard of watch men placed around it to guard against The factory is located In the Springer which has been the scene recently of many mysterious In cendiary Assignee Hurley said an assignment had to be made because the business could not be conducted without Tie was president and the principal financial backer and after his disappearance the funds to run the busi ness were practically locked He did not know exactly what condition the af fairs of the company were Mercer County Grand Special to The Mercer coun ty grand jury adjourned having been in session seven An unusually large period of It found eighteen true fiftyeight indict the greatest number returned for a number of Judge Glenn certi fied the entire number of criminal cases to our county of which Con nell is judge and which convenes the first of Among the indictments above was one which is remarkable in that it Is a thorough condemnation of the present ruin of a court This true bill was duly presented to the grand jury then in It is hoped so broad a hint will be PARNELl Justin McCarthy Heads a Revolt Against the Irish The Uncrowned King Refuses to Abdi cate and FortyFive of the Members Walk Out of the Foreign enemies have and this evening the masterly leader of the Irish people Is without a Today there was not a but a The commander of the moral and political army was Timothy one of the ablest sons of the green adroitness and threats proved as idle wind in the great battle And for the first time in his marvelous career the Irish idol met de feat face to At one oclock today the Irish mem bers of the commons considering the of the retirement of Paruell from the leadership of the nationalist So reporters were permitted to be The first business was the reading of Gladstones letterln reply mlfctee regarding the control of the Irish constabulary and the settlement of the agrarian Gladstone remains rfirm in the determination to in no way recognize This position is em phasized in the letter in which he otters to conduct negotiations with a new Irish leader on a footing of confidence equal to that which he once afforded The reading was greeted with cheers by the section of party opposing Parnell and ironical cries by his A stormy debate Sexton anil Bealy made a determined attempt to bring about a final They Insisted that there be an immediate di vision of members on the retirement of Finally Sexton gave Parnell his ultimatum to the effect that If the decision was delayed by Parnell after six oclock this evening the majority would hold a meeting of their own and depose A scene of great excitement fol At a recess wis taken for half an On resumption of the meeting Abra ham moved that Parnell vacate the chairmanship of the Parnell re fused to allow the motion to be whereupon followed by forty four otber left the An exciting incident arose from Par nells refusal to put Abrahams As a written resolution to the same effect was handed inby Justin Parnell leaned across the table struck McCarthys hand and seized the resolu tion and tore it to Justin Hunt ley a son of Justin McCarthy arose from his seat and denounced Par nell as an insulter of his father and an enemy to his He declared he had hitherto acted with Parnell but that henceforth he would repudiate The defection of the younger McCarthy has raised the total number of antiParnelllte members to The opponents to Parnell who with drew from the meeting are holding a meeting and electing After the withdrawal McCarthy and the other antiParnell members the sup porters of Parnell adopted a resolution expressing regret at Gladstones refusal to state his views on the question sub mitted to and then proceeded to re elect Parnell as bearing on of protested Position of eorla steu aad Dr of the distillers here ifl of Said are worry i of a heavy in i whislty tax to meet a adefidMCVlf they hacl able to statements in Secretary l1 isfied with the pro iley bill put there of the Califor iK sweet the workings of ing their doesnt begin to lose i from that source we As to the alcohol used in the the distillers would before the Munich Medical ex pressed themselves opposed to the use of Kochs lymph In private practice until the chances of cure were better calcula A patient in a Vienna hospital was under treatment by the new method died suddenly as soon as the reaction followine inoculation set a seventeenyearold girl who was Inocu lated with the lymph for lupus yester day at died from paralysis of the Speaking at the conference on higher education yesterday Emperor William dilated on the value of school hygiene and gymnastics and the necessity of appointing superior officials capable of guiding the If the the emperor had dono what was quired of them they would have them selves opened a war on QBNEEAL FOREIGN gagged the and then wi against such roster being as it could be used to destroy the order by politicians or schemers that if the na tional secretary had had a roster In his possession and had been willing he could have sold It for during the recent political campaign throughout the coun he could use it to disseminate their corrupting In Burkltt said he did not be lieve the alliance secretaries were so cor ruptible or would be so disloyal to the alliance principles as to conspire with the Mr Turner said during the Kansas campaign Senator Ingalls offered for a roster for Kansas secretaries Powderly addressed the Alliance dele gates at the exposition hall this after He advocated reform in the em ployment of child insisted the had a right to control rail roads and then made a fiercy attack upon the employment of laborsaving machinery as defrauding the workmen of the right to He was especially bitter against all electric He denounced sectionalism and said No matter what the politicians may we of the two sections are together again and together we will flght This sentiment brought forth great ap Enthusiastic Hoard of board of Trade had an enthusiastic meeting last night in regard to expending a quarter of a million dollars for public street There were several propositions from factories and improvement companies before the which were referred to their re spective The seamless bag ging factory Is progressing rapidly and in a few months they will be ready to send out their This will be a great thing for as it not only employs hundreds of but inter ests millions of Our city real estate Is moving off there having been several thousand dollars changed hands this An Earthquake In G several weeks past explosions have been heard and their force felt In this vicinity like heavy They have been grow ing louder and more violent each Yesterday morning two distinct shocks of earthquake were Later a third and very violent shock was Houses were shaken and the swaying of dwel lings brought the people out of their The whole population lied into the streets for The shock was alarmingly but no great damage was Diphtheria Epidemic In epi demic of diphtheria Is reported at with twenty cases and three deaths so and the disease Democracy If the democrats are so cocksure that the reuulticans will be swamped m lISIf thev persist la the republican leirisln don already why dont they let them ran 11o republican ship into the breakers In stcad of imploring them to lustily not do W Hurllnnton Gladstones in his letter to the nationalist ac knowledges the receipt of two resolu tions adopted by the Irish causes and in part What raised by the publication of his letter to was a question of which is separate and has no proper connection with homo When the Irish party settles this question in such a manner as will enable me to renew former re lations with the Irish it will be my desire to enter without prejudice into confidential communication as occasion may see fit upon all amend ments and suggestions of Improvement in my plan for the home rule I assure you It Is my desire to press for ward at the first favorable opportunity a just and effective measure for home 1 recognize and earnestly seek to uphold the independence of the Irish party no less than that of the liberal and acknowledge with satisfaction the har mony prevailing between the parties since When the present difficulty Is I know no reason to antici pate its I look forward with as do my to the formation and prosecution of a measure in meeting all just claims of will like wise obtain the approval of the people of Great I will remind you of my declaration apart from personal there is but one guarantee that can be of real value to It Is that recently pointed out by when he called attention to the unquestionable political fact that no party nor no leader could ever hope to scheme for homerule but did not have the cordial concurrence and support of the Irish THE BERLIN AngloPortuguese news received from Cape Town that a Portuguese force had seized Mutucas Kraal at South and hauled down the Brit ish replacing it with the flag of was a surprise to the Portu guese The action did not result from any instructions Issued by the government or the Mozambique com Portuguese leaders who were taken prisoners by the British African companys police when the latter drove the Portuguese out of Mntncas Kraal alter they had captured that place and hauled down the British are Baron Andrade and Senhor An drade was subsequently released on He is said to ba anxious to ar range terms for a settlement of the mat being conscious that he made a false The Seceders and his fortyfour fellow seceders from the Par nell after leaving the hall pro ceeded to hold a By a unani mous vote Justin McCarthy was elected The meeting then considered the following resolution mem bers of the Irish parliamentary solemnly renew our adhesion so the prin in devotion to which we have never wavered that the Irish party and always must re independent of all other we declare we will never enter tain any proposal for the settlement of the home rule question except such as satisfies the aspirations of the Insh party and the Irish The which was proposed by Healy and sec onded by was unanimously The result was immediately communicated to Upon learn ing what had been Gladstone ex claimed Thank home rule is Forbidden to Enter is reported the czar has forbidden his subjects to enter Monaco on account of the ruin brought to many wealthy Russian families through gaming tables The French tariff committee continues to increase the duties proposed by the government despite the protests of the minister of The chair man of the committee defends any in crease on the ground that they ztve the government further power to obtain re Minister of Finance in the deputies announced his intention of consulting with the United State and Goropean powers with reference to hold ing a monetary conference next The Parisian Faculty and Kochs a long discussion on the Koch treatment the Paris ian medical faculty concluded it was still difficult to decide as to the value of the RAILROAD BURNED TO A Horrible Death of McDer mottat An for the bezzleinent of Government Fire at General and Special to The William Mc living at 180 Dodge this was preparing to retire last evening when the lamp in her room Before her daughter could extinguish the flames she was burned to a Heavy Snow at Special to The very heavy snow coming from the fell here There is five inches of snow on the Iowa Traveling Special to The HawkEyoj DBS tenth an nual meeting of the Iowa Traveling Mens association was here Mitchell was elected president and Healy There wasa large increase in membership Fire at SDeCialtoTHZHAWKEYSJ The residence of Leroy situation on Twentieth and Das with the larger part of the was destroyed by lire this morning at about ten The building and contents were fully In It was a neat building only about two years the They secured booty amonnt Ing to about S400 or S300 case Miimle Starr Fonnd fi The jury in the scious for some ew York Wanted jaSSSSrrSw Repudiates Turners In mand here for gold the first shipment of for on slilp for of make they w wth restrictions which alcoho1 made r ments will be made next Kound to Be a proposi Grants remains if the progress is kept up a will make Seymour the largest the count of Wisconsin showsi Peck for governor received Alexander May labor ment menuoneu Is without HOW IHGALLS Counting on Krom ocrats and Alliance TmFKA theelec tlnn thtepublicans havo been quietly hartUTvon The A nlectD one and the dem theDhL Of the 89 alliance representa Ol me o tencted by the Condons to vote against Welfare of the Nonsense The whole trend and object of the demo cratic party in opposing republican legis lation is to deceive the people that it micht get into very well that this perous and that t can legislation will add to and prolong that They know that by continually growling and kicking and there will be some republi cans foolish enough to believe them and in this way they hope to Dit Its leaders know country is pros the new republi These petitions the re will he promptly forth IJutl a You know 1 met you in the post office the other dayr he And yon introduced me to a friend of yours I hadnt known him ten mtn ntes when ho wanted to borrow of Of Thats why I introduced Free The Rullns An old Yale halfback was in a rail road accident a year or two and lost a couple of legs and an arm or had most of his bones broken and was battered andbruisedbeyond As he was being carried away on a stretcher he opened bis month feebly and Did we get a touch He thought he had been taking part in an animated York Sun all that Emperor IVUllauis Speech on School Re by the New York Associated ReiclisanzelQer gives a passage from Em peror Williams recent speech on school One point the emperor especial ly emphasizes time lost in the higher public schools in cramming youths with Latin and Greek Instead of the Ger man language and German especially the growth of the German in stitutions and the Idea of national Modern he if rightly would become infinitely more valuable than the chronicles of he were so many young Germans seduced from the path of political virtue How was It Ger many produced reformers of so many men nagging at their own govern ment while commending the governments of other nations It was simple igno norance arising from defective educa tion on the Genesis of modern The higher schools must their They must make their studies bear uponpractical life reduce the boys book work and give them more time for healthy recreation and training of the The present system tended to ward over production of highly educated he were high school products run to He ap proved the saying of Bismarcks anent the TFarbtlurienteii who he called Hunger and from whom the ranks of journalism were largely forming a class dan gerous to he he would not license any more high schools until tbeir methods were The newspapers generally sharply re sent the emperors references to the The national Gazette says instead of their being hunger candidates many high state officers are only too willing to exchange their posts posi tions on the press if they can get The latest developements of Kochs discovery of a cure for dyphtheria and tenanus have beenlimtted to test exper iments with animals until when the remedy was applied to several human objects thrognh of blood from animals not snceptlble to bacillus or It was found that the of rats and mice had a destructive effect on the virus of while the blood of had similar effect before trans fnslon the blood freed Proposed Xew Trunk Line from Omahn to meeting of the directors of the proposed Kansas Central and Galveston railroad was held here The following officers were elected Jacob Neuber vice Hawlings secre Valdmar Sills Bell chief Edward It was stated arrangements had been completed to secure funds with which to build and equip the a trunk line from Omaha to southwest from Omaha through the farming dis tricts of Kansas and the In dian Rock Island Conductors delegation of conductors of the Eock Island road after a long conference with the general officers over certain secured a satisfactory adjustment last night and returned s Adopted a Pnaaenger Jtates managers of the northwestern railroads have adopted a plan for an agreement of a maintenance of passenger rates and regulation of traf fic between Chicago and The board of composed of various will have control of the di vision of iHster Special to The HawfeEyeJ The United States grand jury today reported an in dictment against Postmaster Peter of Strawberry Point on a charge of em bezzling eight hundred dollars of gov ernment A Cedar Rapids man named was also indicted on a charge of using the mails He advertised a sure guide to wealth for S3 and sent suckers a pamphlet advising them to save their A Liquor Ulan Plued for Last month Judge Lenehan heard the case of the State charged with selling original packages contrary to the state prohibitory law and the WPson The defense claimed the prohibitory law was inoperative as it was passed prior to the passage of the Wilson bill by Judge Lenehan has filed a decision fining the defendant 8700 for He finds in the evidence that Daugherty purchased llnuors In Illinois and selling them for himself and not as an The judge did not pass on the point whether the Iowa pro hibitory law would have to be reenacted or not to stop the sale of original pack ages under the Wilson Davenport Saw fililU Close Special to Tbe The five mills at this place have closed for the season after turning out the largest lum ber cut they have ever The cut this side of the river will amonnt In round figures to ex clusive of the usual amount of lath and special dimension at some of the amounts to a large On the other side of the at Rock Island and the cut has been equally number of men employed In the industry at this point is not less than The mills here ship in large quantity to the west and the and furnish lumber well over into the state of The growth of the lumber interest al this place has been very large within the past two three and the mills and yards are a ma terial factor in the prosperity of the IOWAS OFFICIAL 100 rings and other pieces J of Jewell plated ijfri the threedozen flannel piece of plush in the and a some cloak In the order department t np the loss as far as are no direct or positive are grounds for the police and the prf vate detectives that to work HAWKBTH IOWA TRAVELING Traveling Mens Association held toaa nnal banquet at Des Molncs Friday evenS The has grown lag the year from 400 to a of FAIK Kate and Carrie residents of snth recent graduates State Agricultural will put their training to practical They have tenacre tract which they win put small and will do their HEIR TO a twenty years Just fallen heir to by the of a relative In The5 young man has been at work for some time in a railroad was sent him from he left to today to claim his A XUKSEBV AGENT A Kansas City nursery agent named left Avoka last Sunday In pany with a Before hft collected considerable and since then nothing has been heard of His private papers and pocket book were found in fonl play is SOCIETY IN Gate in an account of a recent dancing party held in Keoknk says A lady In remov ing her wraps managed to drop an article from her That article resembled those little glass vessels which resemble a frnstrum of a cone flattened found In drug stores and original package When the vessel struck the floor It was shattered and a liquid with a pungent greatly resembling that which permeates an original package A label sticking to piece of glass was picked I1 bore the Old Crow THAT DEAD 8SAND Archhishop Irelands signifi cance is attached to the visit of Arch bishop Ireland here who came especially from Paul for the purpose of talking with the He re turned home last aud before in an Interview I repre sented no one save myself what may concern any other churchman I cannot speak I do not hesitate to say that I endorsed the envoys manifesto and wished them a world of success for tho Irish A Gigantic Amer ican Railroad Traffic Association of Chicago has incorporated here capital stock to establish and maintain a uniform system aud schedule of passenger and freight rates and charges for and by railway and rail road companies doing a general passen ger freight traffic business in the United The Baltimore Hud Ohio strike on the Baltimore and Ohio railroad still con The railroad company attempted to move freight bnt so far have suc ceeded in sending out only two The officials of the road say they will be able to raise the blockade within the next twentyfour A Dry Goods merchant NEW Am a dry goods made a personal assignment this How the Was 1 didnt fall In love with her When she was picking Nor when she sang so sweet and At twilights witching She didnt fascinate my brain With her knowledge that the Twtxt immlirranta and Was going to ShedidntehowherLatinoir Nor sew for me a button Nor broil a steak nor make brown bread Nor dainty broth of But I fell in love with her Just Hho A heels over When I saw her do that wondrous A perfect poultice The Entire Kepublican Ticket Congressional Special to The HawkEyeJ DBS official can vass of the vote of the state was com pleted and McFarland for secretary of received Chamberlain Brown union McFarlan republican The entire republican state ticket is Lukes plurality for railroad commissioner being The question of constitutional convention received votes in favor and On congress the pluralities are First Seerley Hayes Henderson 193 Butler Hamilton 239 White 522 Hays short Hull full Flick 116 Bow man Perkins JACK THE HUGGER AT WORK One Member of the Corpse of EDITOR HAWKETE In your issue of Novem ber under the Death of the Grand I read an article from the attorney for the temperance In which he devotes nearly a half column to the criticism of that Having as I am glad to a member of the last grand and knowing your fairness and willingness to give both sides a I beg the Indulgence ot only a few lines on the situation It oe curs to I wish to say there was no disposition on the part of the foreman or any member of the grand jury to neglect or evade any brought forward in proper time and Yet Trnlock grand jury manifested great diligenceto adjourn for fear something would be brought before Sow he was well v aware that the grand jury was la the entire week and he also knew that the session was expected to be a short And he certainly had ample portunlty to prepare and send In his p wonderful communication during that time Instead of waiting as he did until the last minute and sending it In after the final report was made out and Trnlock did offer In his communication w furnish evidence sufficient to Indict many per J sons in Burlington hundred or more I j believe and only asked that we issue our subpcenas and hear the r but he forgot to give us a single name of either criminal or instead of making this general and sweeping accusation against citizens of Burlington and exhausting his great legal talent in the effort to the grand jury its duty why did he not in the names of the terrible depredators I upon the peace and dignity of the com whom he seemed so zealous to have and also the names of witnesses to be or why did he not come np himself like a little and make his information in Or was he waiting as the tone ot his munication seemed to indicate himself to be that he might add an j other to the boodle already scooped from the county This Is what the dead grand jury would like to n Citizensof Burlington and Des Moines read both sides and draw your 8 own Women of Cedar Embraced by an Unknown Young CEUAK Jack the Hugger has made his appearance in Cedar He began operations about a week ago by hugging a thirteen yearold girl In his Since then he has folded to his bosom numerous He is described as a heavyset quite with a cap pulled down well over his head to conceal his The women gener ally scream and he darts away into the He makes his appearance about 0 oclock in the and always near the business portion of the So far he has elnded MURDERED ET At the Paris Manager of we have both the French and Milanese sys which would you prefer for the late lamented the My poor husband always hated Italian Pharmaceutical William Oemig Loses His Llla IiiTrjliiB to Protect UIs Dec Oemig was murdered by burglars who entered his fathers William and his Christiam although they have real estate and other property valued at have lived alone in wretehed It was the talk of the neighborhood that they hid large sums of money about their The old man and his son Jioard the burglars and William sprang out of bed and met them at the A terrible struggle ensuse with the Several shot were one of which passed through Williams and he sank helpless on the The old who is eighty years was attacked and clubbed to The burglars beat a hasty retreat without securing any although it is learned that there was In the The the ory is that the burglars were people liv ing in the and one man wasar rested on Oemlgs me tell my I met as I l in I shook hands with rjl ind though you seemed startled at He Met Walsh says in trated American There is no it to doubles of famous people Julian Hawthorne haa a he has never bnt who perplexes his The other day a gentle whom we shall call hailed Hawihorne and said to him That was funny my you yesterday in But I didnt meet in dont interrupt Let me tell my I met as I i and you shook hands Them I asked you Into the Hoffman house to have a Yon came After we had has a couple of you gave me a queer look and said know who you take me what do you mean taken rather You take me for Julian Hawthorne of course I Whats the joke1 And then Im not Julian Nonsense I But I assure you I am not lam continually being taken for I have never met him he has never met The resemblance very able bnt Ive never bad a chanceto determine on that And now I it very obliged to you for your courtesy y and I beg to bid you And yon strode out of the into the street It was I tell you cried as Hawthorne to put in a disclaimers But Hawthorne Insisted that had not been In New York the and finally ucceeded in establishing so complete an alibi that his friend was reluctantly forced to the ai mission that he had been deceived by anr extraordinary resemblance in a complete n OIIEJ and It sion the blood freed from conf only tweityfivVcemi a ilum thtVehMta Dry floods nt navenport Kaul Away Goods in Wuioa Loads Special to The of the Beehive cloak store of this up for business this morning he found that he had been made the victim of one of the sharpest and boldest robberies ever committed as well as one of the Portions of the stockIn the store were in and the absence of a large pane ofglass from the innecreaf door discovered the fact that been at evidently knew their business for StoJl The From the Pharmaceutical Busy can I serve madame t Madam producing half adoien lectors jl and some postage put some mucilage on and stFcfcem for me I soaked them oft becaase E read so much about the bother it was for driigziststo sell postage Dont ay are thoughtless any will yon now W A Dmdof artiilei in paper headed I cant see anythinj There were two robbers a T married statement   

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