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   Burlington Hawk-Eye (Newspaper) - December 10, 1890, Burlington, Iowa                                theirimrne e 9 In the senate a session to cs in COUDty the republic was re rom the commit indefinitely post introduced a bill to reduce States bonds to be il banks and to replace and to provide Referred He also in same fed Jj DHMW on the calendar so can be brought before In doing that if the elections f at an early day he It aside lor the time that the bill just intro ll matters relating to of the country two two two Wash one The rep resentation from the other remain un The bill isvery like the one Introduced by ot The Dunnel bill Is understood to have been agreed to by the republican members of the census Among other features similar to tho Frank is a provision that the members shall be elected by districts composed of con tiguous territory and containing nearly as practicable an equal number of In JL Blow to Mexican is stated at tho postoffice that mails sent from Mexico Into the United States re cently hive been burdened with circulars of Mexican enoosed In oaled tho corners of which were and tho postage paid at tho rate of one which Is permissible under the Mexican postal Under the laws of the States the enclosure of such circulars In sealed envelopes would require them to be held for postage aud refused admission to the malls as printed The postmaster general has been in correspondence with the director general of posts of Mexico on this sub ject and it has been agreed the lottery circular s referred to shall no longer be carried in the mails or delivered to ad dresses in this Alarming Numb8r of Assignments Reported Over the Country BurdctteJS FaU An lllliiou Coal In Tlie OeUuiater Hank Many other Failures Bnrdett wholesae have1 as Liabilities about Whlttcn says the failure will not atlectthe clothing trade In It was caused partially by the failures of Dovoll and Chase aud the light money He could not give a definite The firm is rated by liradstreet at to The American National Bank at Arkansas Oily CloiCK Ita That has all been arranged and the company receives one hundred and thirty new locomotives and between four and five thousand freight which will enable the road to more than move the wheat In northwest which conld not be handled on account of the scarcity of The rciguc todays meet Ing of the western freight association matter of division of through rates to points west of the Mississippi river was referred to a In regard to uniform classification action was taken to refer to the rate committee the PARSELl WILDLY The Deposed Irish Leader on His Way to liewilt Speak to Twenty Thousand People at he AntlFamel Faction Discuss a General Foreign trade commending the National Trans portation association and denouncing the uniform bll of lading as a menace to shippers was adopted with some slight THE FEDERATION OF LABOB FlCflllNG FOR HIS Grinnell On Trial For the Murder of His Wifes work of preparing The I statement was made that the Illinois board of commissioners had susoended on January 1 until March Vhe Richmond and Went Point started for Dublin A large crowd of residents of this city assembled at the railway station and cheered Par gratitude at the he said would help in the fight he had They would have no cause a meet to regret that they stood by him and to Ing of the stockholders of the Richmond and Wett Point Terminal company to Jay George Sidney Dillon and Calvin Brice were among ueral in response to reso loformation as to voting B T flectlou The Mineral states the department means of supplying the infor Alliance subtreasury last session referred to Writes we American National bank of this city tne closed its doors this morning for lack of mlttee S S the committee on 29000 appropriating In the Smithsonian M a iatue of Dile O the member who lntro the organization of the k tan was on offered a eed calling on the secre iry for a certified copy of JKof John of elections of the southern for the elections and itloa by of attorney general lor a paid or called forth sor of the first and second districts oi Arkansas in the late was Stoafter a statement by Jones Ekntodssen a newspaper report to feeJeathitthe supervisor presented election Dill was then taken alferry spoke in opposition to Bltosniilon of the bad efffcts of such ht he referred to the recent appolnt atbj United States Circuit Judge Arkansas of John MClure of Judge Hta he f Insulted a law rtn oi the people of Arkansas on ac Hit of his imposing on them the very ran mm in all Arkansas to exercise Hizh fonctions of that The IDC might occur in all the other the supervisors holdlnz their fee tor If the circuit court judges lite democrats as they are now lor a pirl the bill would jibe advocated on the other side of the It a partisan Bsrry savagely scored Super LrMcClure and entered ao earnest iUgainst the bill as a measure de tolegallze talels spike after which litxceobtained the I from the finance furled the house bill to authorize the ftynem ot a rebate in certain caes to Jsmculie enrollment of the tariff Id unanimous consent to have it but Plumb and the 113 treat on the THE Fauks Happy 9 feeling of opposition to tho reapportionment bill is subsiding iu The democrats see that there Is no intention of taking any political advantaro of and the plan proposed by the house committee upon a bass of three hundred and fifty sis members is generally for by that number no slate would suffer any loss from its present If the cumber weO placed at three hun dred and one several states would Ken South Kew In the republican states of tho northwest would gain If the number ware reduced similar grounds would be offered for So by u lucky accidnt three hundred and fifty six was found to be the magic and of is entitled to the credit of The House republi can members of the house held a short caucus after adjournment today to select a postmaster to succeed of secured 73 votes for his James of against 39 for the other four of Massachusetts of Minnesota and Barnes a d of Hathaway is a native of He enlisted ia thn 105th Ohio and was permanently disabled at the bat tle of He re innved to Montana at the dose of the war and has held several federal and county and at present is secre tary of the republican state Two Compound Lard bills Im posing a tax upon compound lard were reported without recommendation by Senator Paddock from the committee 0 One is the bill that passed tbe house at the last and the other bill was introduced in the senate last January by Both provide for tho mnoiiion ot a tax and the regu lation ot manufactured compound An Hi from the committee on has reported favorably the bill providing that no state shall be limited In its power to prohibit the sale or oleo to be delivered wlihln its owrTumits for the reason it had been im ported from some other The Cattle Inspection from the committee funds to meet Its The stringency of money and uuabllity to col lect loans are given as the causes of the The bank officials claim they will be able to pay all obligations in a few The amount of liabilities and assets is not gether they would win for Ireland what God had determined she would Paruel will be the guest of the lord mayor of There will be a large officers The report of I procession on his arrival and he will ad cailed attention to the dress the peop e He had been Invited to visit Mitchellstown and is assured of an twenty thousand number of the McCarthy faction were on the same A Somber of New Annoclatlonn Federation of Labor reassembled this morning and an nounced the National association ofRe tail Clerks aud Walters andVBar Tenders union had been Among the resolutions submitted one that each member of the Inter national union shall be assessed ten cents per quarter for strike It was re Among the resolution referred was one to take the telegraph out of the hands of the monopolists and place It In the hands of the This resolution was as was also one for a worlds labor congress In Chicago in A resolution looking to the opposition to the police armed ap asked The State Cloien Itl YenterUay and the Grlnnell Will be State Special to The HawkEyeJ MASON trial of charged with the murder ot George at North July was called at Grlnneil pleads temporary insanity as his Grinnell was a court reporter and moved lu the best social circles of who was an engineer on the Paul Sunday morning announcedthat the consecration nandaome long delayed of the pastors desire to ence here of sevejal church wonld take place January The services will beconducted by Bishop of Bishop ot will deliver the and It Is j thought thatBishop of will also be present and take part In the as he has written that he will be here It he can possibly shape his affairs so as to allow him to do so The of this beautiful church will be a notable event Ia the history of the Episcopal church In and one of great Importance church prosperity of the company and referred to the Important alliance with the Mis sour connecting at Memphis and sas for H Coal petition of Edward of the federal court has appointed Jacob Wheeler receiver for the Central Coal company of this Whittaker holds bonds of the company on which default in the interest was Re ceiver Wheeler is president of the The ami nan Francisco State 9 statement of the Louis and San Francisco road shows the total earnings to be operating The a meeting of the antiParnell factiontoday a manifesto was discussed but nothing definite de elded upon A telegram was received from the delegates In America saying Will Sign the NKW of the Rock Island said his com pany will sign the agreement now being circulated preliminary to the formation wheeler Coal which Is operat Of the new railway Ing the Central Coal company under a and there will bo no Interruption to the The action amounts to the bondholders taking possession under net they were cooperating by methods they believe best to secure Parnells with drawal and a raunlon of tho a The Dclamater Ituuli state ment of the assignees of the Dilamater bank was not and gave no great degree of hope to It is said a warrant has been Issued for the arrest of Victor late cashier of the he being charged with accepting money of depositors after banking hours and with full knowledge thst tho assignment was to be A New York stuck Broker NEW failure of Cbauncey is just an nounced on the stock The suspension had no effect on the stock The firms capital was to Silk NEW silk of New have The liabilities are not less than and the assets are bellcvei to be only about half that NEW assigned today with liabilities of Slioe Ingalls Co shoe dealers assigned today liabili ties A Kailroad In a A rail In the course of construction be tween and Minne is in the hands of a re It Is said tho company owes The IarnellOBrUn cable Correnpond NEW In consequence of the publication of misleading versions of the cablegrams between OBrien anc the former today communicated to the press the whole correspon He cabled Parnell saying he shrank with horror from taking sides against him in the struggle which opens such an appalling prospect of ruin and disgrace to the Ue appealled to as the coal police was greeted with federation was bands known The o Indorse womans Var ious resolutions looking to boycott Ing ious A SAD Frank a Farmer of Special to Ji had for a long time maintainedanlntl living in the macy with bat her bus f the became In although repeatedly re fused to believe there wrong ia was anything When Indnti supporting var union strikers and requests for cooperation and assistance to organize a large number of unions of the federation were The report of the sneclal committee admission of rep resenting the New York Central Labor Secretary We have was called Secretary Foster arose and reported about to contractors and engi Israeli before Ireland was committed to a ruinous conflict asking if he could not some way by while safeguard and Chicago one of tho lines in his Parnells own the which Barker of were largely The failure of that firm cut off the main supply of THE WORLDS Sntnber of Pnullc BulldlnR UlllB the house from the committee on I reported a bll making a I isSciency appropriation lor public print id Referred to the com I sittee ol the A fortification bill I i reported from the same committee ls like deposition made of It the morning hour the house re rnaedconsideration of the Plumb reso bton looking to the removal of the re Mliu oi General Grant to Arlington Tie resolution was defeated by a vote of nays The house then proceeded to the dls pKltiDn of public building a number of bills pissed were Sisni W Rick Sioux 111 Kuisas Ra MOFort Sheboy S50 IBS SICABAQUA reported favorably the bill providing for inspection of live cat hogs and all animals and meats de slzned for consumption in btates other than that in which the aulrnas may be or when intended for ex The ATmy Appropriation 9The house coinmitteee on military affairs completed the of the army appropria tion bill for the next fiscal It ap propriates being morthan the appropriation for tho Cur rent The most Important differ ence Is the increase in the ap for army transportation of si White Lead Closed NEW sheriff Las closed factory of the Standard White Lead Manufacturing company on execii The company was formed In 1SS9 with an authorized capital stock of Dry Goods wholesale fancy dry goods assigned Will Issue Keteivern In the Sangamon circuit today issued an order allowing Receiver of the Alton and Springfield to issue in receiver s certificates for the pressing needs of the Liverpool Mayor CreglerSlRns the Bond Cregier has signed the ordinance providing for the Issue nf bonds in aid of the worlds and it with other necessary be placed in the hands of President Harrison The president can then Issue his procla mation to the foreign nations Presi dent of the national Director General Davis and Director Fred Peck will carry the documents to the who sub scribed in worlds fair stock for tho StaataZ very positively refuses to complete the payment unless assured the fair grounds would be thrown open on Sunday and liquors sold in res taurants and on tho ILLINOIS WHITER WHEAT An Increase ot Elcht Per Cent In Acreage Growlric 0 area seed ed to winter wheat this fall is estimatet ai eight per cent larger than In the fal of when the area seeded was 45S On this basis tho total are seeded thl is about Tbe December 1 condition ot th growing crop Is a little below a season able being about nlutyeight pe cent for the The fall was favor able for but the dry weather re tarded the growth somewhat and th Hessian lly has Injured it considerably i some The reports on which th bulletin is based were filed in the offic of the department of agriculture the la three or four days of and the first two or three days of The which threatens He appealed to Par nsll as the for ten years country may be saved from the destruction I have been proud o and the friend for whom I still feal a warmaffec Parnell replied on Monday that ad OBrien wired Saturday some sug estlon from him Parnell might have it was too late for him o rescue the seceders from their false He would be consult with 0 Brien on the latters rrival in OBrien wired today To Help or Pad ionalRpport Shows a SatUfactory Tears 1 rogreiti in Its The annual re WUltheMaratime Canal of dock introduced the proposed amend ment to tbe agricultural appropriation making an ion of for the purchase and distribution of seed to persons in Kansas who suffered loss by drought the pist Arms the president has approved ihe joint resolution author covering the year ended De shows that during tine the work has been prosecuted with Tgj and great progress Final pins aud detailed surveys have been Oapleted and Parts of the San Francisco other navigable streams have been timed oi snags and other obstructions si several miles of route of the canal ave been grubbed and made ready for About cubic yards tualare already excavated and sev miles of aqueduct to supply Ircsh muntaln water to the companys head ers have been Ten of now under construc e Atlantic port to the practically Very satls jjstory progress has been made on the akwater to protect the Atlantic harbor ram the shifting During the rat the company purchased the U plant at Panama and the greater Wrt of It his been transferred to Grey There has great improve in hospital ftrvlce during the The very important work of CommlBSlon alerchantu Boump hery commission failed today with liabilities of EAILEOAD The Union New General Man XEW Sidney of the Union today issued an order setting forthi that by consent and direction of the executive Clark until further apnolntert general manager in plaeof Al departments of the company are subject to the Clark an order appointing Holcomb asslstani vice The Union 5acl3cs Had BOSTON of the Union in an interview today believe the October earnings are will continue the improvement But i have been so much disappointed in the colder weather since that time has de veloped the injury done by the Hessian fly and should a report be made now the condition of winter particularly In central wonld be reduced very materially from the above Au KiPoglllst an was shot and killed in a saloon this morning by Frank Mar The men some trouble over a horse which Clow claimed Marshall bad sold This morning Marshall walked Into the saloon where Clow and a tar keeper were standing and shot Clow dead The barkeeper shot at Marshall three but without The American Saubith 9 re ports read at todays session of the American Sabbath Union showed an en couraging progress of the Secretary Taylor reported there had never been such an awakening to the necessity of observing the Sabbath day as at present He spoke of the efforts beine made to have worlds fair closed on eply shows a mlsunderstanJIng of his OBriens which was sent vith the full occurrence of his The tone of Parnells reply leaves little ground for but having rogard to he horrible consequences to the country of a prolonged enternecine he 0 Brien was still anxious for an Inter ana will start Saturday for France on his way to The envoys also arranged to send Gill with More Gold Tor Times in a financial says another million pounds in gold will scon be sout to New repeats that Berlin in a minor ought to recognize their responsibility in this It urges tlte Berlin bankers to send eold to America and points out that such action Is called for as much In the Interests of the German Investors as to prevent difficulties in New York becom ing A Battle on the Caroline Is received that a Spanish expedition against the rebels In the Caroline islands took a for tified position on the Island of During the attack one Spanish officer and twentyfive soldiers were killed and four officers and fortyseven men The Spaniards burned all the villages In the Startling Developments Expected woman concluded we cannot admit any political party without admitting In the committee reported unfavor ably on the general ground that Santel came from an organization without a charter from the The committee report was finally to the American Federation of Labor has thus shown Its stand on the qestion of the entrance of the socialistic element into the organiza MURDERED HIS Horrltilv Crime In Which Former Illinois Men Special to The has just been received here of the hor rible murder of a former prominent citizen of this by Sebron at Mc Call and Marquis were and McCall had befriended Marquis in many ways and had allowed the latter to take a quantity of straw from his But Marquis persisted in carrying away more straw than McCall conld afford to McCall having remonstrated with the latter shot McCill several from the effects of which that Parnells jiccall Marquis then stabbed him in the breast a number of dying In great It is believed that Marquis was McCall was a able proof of his wifes Infidelity was at last furnished him he threatened to kill July 16 went to North Mc Gregor and waited at the depot until Councils train had come In and Connell had gone into the He then followed his and pulling a re volver sent a bullet through his He was then about to shoot the bystanders wrenched the pistol from his hand and officers took him in Connell lingered until July when he The jury was easily secured and the trial and rapidly The state completed Its case today and Only eight all of them eyewitnesses of the tradegy were the beauti ful cause of the does not attend the trial but is with relatives at GrioiieUs little son sits in the court room beside his The defence is represented by five prominent The general feeling is that Giinnell will be A KICK FOR PDRB Molnes Determined to Bemedy Pres ent Slothful Slaughter The DES slaughter Ing and butcher system of business In member of the Washington legislature in He has many relatives in THE MERCER COtJSTY Olllcers for the Ensuing Venr Special to The HawkEyeJ Mercer County Fair association held its annual election of officers today at this The following officers were elected for the ensuing year Alvah Jay McWillis Graham Hender Five members of the executive board wore also as follows Suez township of Green of Dun can of Preempton II of The executive board at present consists of fiiteen mem three of which are The Mercer County Agricultural Asso ciation holds one of the finest county fairs in the and on several occa sions has received prize money as a man of excellent executive has been secretary for a number of and his reelection was A Georgia near Walton a cyclone leared a space of country several miles this city will soon bo thoroughly revolu For years the citizens have asked protection from the infamous methods of some butchers in furnishing oftentimes diseased The city council has requested the city soli citor to draft an ordinance and the same is now in the hands of a committee with the prospect of being reported It provides controlled and operated by the city where all animals and all dressed or brought into the city must beinspected and pass muster before being exposed for A com petent butcher is to be placed in charge and to be under the control and direction of the city health It also provides that butcher shops must be fre quently inspected and ample clean stalls and coops will be The investigation made in view of the shows conclusively the great need of some Many butchers are iu habit of fattening hogs with the offal of butcher shops and bat few of the wagons were found iu a clean and healthy con dition and the meat oftentimes is covered with cloth grown gray in SELLING BEEa WITHOUT Judge Shlras DeiIdes Where It May tie Dcine Withont Violating the 9 case of the United States sano yesterday and was taken to Pleasant late last The Friday before he was called to the home or his George who was suddenly insanenu his way to and after spending two nights worry and struggle with was probably overcome by the exhaustion and became Insane himselfThU Is a very sad oc currence to this of the stlltaxpressed re cover soon and be back to his farm IOWA Made In for the Kndlng December Special to The HawkEyeJ following postoffice changes were made in Iowa during the week ending December 6 Buena Vista coun William Chlckasaw Bernard Plymouth James Jenkins Mc Van Buren Conrad Tha Grand Jury Special to The HawkEyeJ DES grand jury is working on the Aldermanlc and it is very probable several Indict ments will be this time on the ground of under section 3 It is Intimated that the cisas against six aldermen were continued until Monday to give the grand jury more as iu case they find the cases now on tha doc ket will be dis charged with selling beer without a gov ernment was before Judge Shiras It was not shown that he was keeping a saloon at the time and Judge Shiras rendered the following charge to the jury In criminal cases the prisoner must always have the bene 9 Inspectors Yeager and Knapp are hearing testimony in the case of Captain the rafter against Captain of he The investigation grows out of a collision between the two which occurred in the npparRock Island rapids last The case is being heard in fha new office ot the government in the board ot trade Dont Seem to Have Been 9 libel suit started by Remington aiainsi the Times newspaper for damages was dismissed Saturday at plaintiffs The Times in an article printed about a year ago called the hotel then kept by Remington an assignation Liberty Ifews Items Corresnondence of The HawkEyeJ The social hop at the hail Tuesday evening greatly Ella Behrens and family frm are visiting bar Kobert Messrb DaLashmutt and Waglehave the Agency m fine condition for driving Alexander also deserves tlon for tho improvements he has made ia his Miss Belle of Miss Maude of West are the guests of D The O Ms held their fifth meeting fit of the and to my mind there is a doubt in this Suppose a farmer who was to havea husking bee should purchase three or four kegs of beer and once the at Buttons and William Bumgardner have moved over to the Agency and are at home to their friends at what xrtKiitct cieareo a space ui uuuuuij now on trial for connection with Mhi 1st g hundred yarrts is the niece of Privy Coun fl houses and seTeral of the riOlY I cillor director of the Hplj Her name is Olga Vanomisky everal high ecclesiastica officials are the rs Some amendments to the cons ItuUon were adopted after a stormy Ihe chief feature was vesting the manage of affairs In a board of managers meut of affairs In a onethird to be elected each eu Pacific Ihc md money have now a Union s consolidated mortgage another million dollars on president of the harbo of Sal Juan Del beng nnergetically alth of the employes 1s very sood there have been no deaths from the past three Since the of the company capital stock have been sub tional convention of on inter he Santa Fe Annual 21 v for aggregating of were paid Since iganizuion the company has expended and material In cash tas of full paid capital Is obligated for of wst mortgage The liabilities the company cnnslst of amounts still 84 oon0er granted it and the bonds above mentioned and cash liabilities not exceeding NEW to and Baker the Ilen nessy assassins of a stenographer Co was selected for the next annual Have no Need of a Clearing Honse NEW first ste has been taken looking to the retlremen of the trust companies from the bin clearing The farmers loan an trust clmpauy Issued a circular announc ng the company is determined to dlscon IJnufl having Its checks passed through Jack Henderson was killed and his wife Their baby was carried threehundred yards and was so badly in nvolved and startling developments are that It died soon aVter It 1 A family of negroes named were buried in the ruins of their cabin and two of them were Another racedy Ferrand A I house containing senven negroes was wedding procession was leaving the blown but all escaped A Newly lltarrled Couple was a terrible hurch when suddenly two shots were eard and the bride and bridegroom fell The who escaped unde Is supposed to have been a rival uitor for the Kochs Lymph should find after the work was done tha he had one keg and should sell it without a or suppose a man should give me a bottle of wine without a that would not be a violation ot the Unlttd Sates law for the reason that neither of these men was keeping a There is a wide difference be tween the government law and thn pro hibitory The latter seeks to pre vent the sale or giving away of lUiuor by one person to but the former does not hold a man liable unless he is engaged in the liquor bsiness with a A MAD Old Chief In the Cincinnati Zoo Ills Chain and Creates a Tlie Heligoland Itocilu i analysis of Kochs vicious that has been in the Ptomaines of tubercular which is work of He tore his house 1 ttTpSrSl Cynire of gold and sharp shooters were brought In and be can firing at him with The bill providing first bronght him to his haunches for the defense of Heligoland passed Its and ten shots were fired Into him third reading In the relchstag wlthont apparent At ten oclock The socialist members opposed Ihe ht tne killing was given up to be The bill will be enforced KILLED BY CHINESE The Horrlhle Deeds Committed by Fiends I unobjectionable adver Chung per the steamer t ls qnlte to which arrived hero knowlngly ot the merits o state that the troubles at Ta Chii Huien us i v merchandise ad nf I particniarly ls this true o patent But there are excep resumed In the The elephant Is bellowing in a fearful A Noteworthy from Kimttall While columns of the Graphic arose from the massacres of Chinese Christians at LoongTuyTsin by mem atd William Blakeway are entertaining an eightpound butcher ar their CHEAPER SCHOOL The School Board to Sell at Cost Other School The schonl board held a special meet ing last night at the oflhe of Secretary Kellcy and transacted some business of most Important mat ter was the resolution to advertise for school books under the state Chap I was at first inclined to per ter Liws of by which of mit gentlemen of the to con sider this but as it clearly seems to one In which no punishment shtnld be nflicted you will return a verdict of ac This was MASON Rud dick has passed upon tho valdlty of Iowas prohibitory A yaer ago Peter of Forest was con victed and fined for selling orleinal pack age He qnlt the business until the Nebraska decision was rendered and then opened up at the old Judge Ruddick Imposed a penalty ot ISA RECEIVERS Brlcknon Charge of theMc Farland Bank at step In the McFarland bank matter taken yesterday ment by Judge Erickson as ceiver demanded was by the appoint Stevens ot The re and took possession ring Anilnir 1 I PatCHl AJUU ulivi u hers of the Loo Huy tlons occasionally and a noteworthy ex nB Wa3 u UD celebration in honor of the society s pat tha celohrated Chamberlains h dw not do so the bank would be at Tha made U riuti I I of the bank from Assignee In the petition asking for a receiver John the declares that he was not in condition to know hat he was doing an1 he was told that I Cough This now universally known medicine has been advertised In tached by He also declares that his Cashier ron The brotherhood made a raid on a number of Christian families and carried off a lot of A few days i or five years butnot I hofds enough of his property later they made another attack and masjtuntu faad WQ any personal to pay all The knowledge of tts wonderful efficacy son has had actual charge of the banking sacred over twenty Several bodies were cut In pieces and thrown which has come about through the pre bnslne3s for years and now the father de hnllrilnffS wmcn nas cumo auuui i Business lor years Int and vailing Influenza and the stubborn cough mands a thorough banks on January The re record of the Bnnnells t pnroprlatlon chalr house committee on the Illinois Stale house in Ver Thirty ffier njre IS En Mrty de atlves ln It pro n tt f atler the third day of cufy MtUSebe of three hundred telowze Operating vr increase of Increase Alabama pains IOM Wessman two Call Mllnoi 1ne ooe one Kansas one one two one three Nep oae one csould NEW interview toda oating nnion Pacinc Dont Coneh Inflammation cf I so often attended Iu the i writers family the medicine has on sev The followlng day the brotherhood pro wl ter cured a cough I and many others were and corpses weie thrown into the day the brotherhood ceeded to another market town and assaulted the Christians The lat but one of them was NATIONAL BOABD OF Various Dlscumed and NEW national board of trade resumed Its this The report of the committee on uniform commercial legislation in the United Jtates was read and The body then and adopted a resolution that the government take THE WOMEN WERE Bow Burlington District Voted on the Lady Correspondence of Tho HawkEyeJ To THE EDITOR OF THE HAWKEYB may be I a matter of Interest to your Methodist readers to learn the result of the late election in the touching the eli lbmty c women to seats in the lay elec lynching at Mis and general I repor today as a sequel to the Aron oniy ror the Bnrlinetou Tola that baffled any and all other remedies and the number ot families In Ktmball and In which this remedy has been used with like and attests Its value as a specific for coughs and colds of every Ljucheii u directors are authorized and empowered to purchase text books and dlaposeol them at cost to the Section one ot the chanter authorizes boards to contract for and buy texV books or other necessary school supplies at contract price and to sell the the pupils of their respective districts at the money so received to rer turned into the contingent Books and supplies so purchased are to bo under the charge of the president ot the who shall care for the same andr receive all moneys received He is to be held responsible for all and moneys and must give a bond In the sum of S500 for the faithful of his The cost ot the books supplies Is to bepald out of the contin gent fund and for the replenishing snch fund the boards of directors must annually certify to the board of visors the additional amount necessary to be levied for the but snch j ditional amount may not be more than one dollar per jj Before purchasing books provisions of this says section It i shall be the duty of the board ot dlrecv tors or county board ot education to aoV vertlse by publishing notice for three consecutive weeks in one or moe news papers printed lu the notice to statn tho date to which bids will be re the classes and grades ot or other the approximate quan tity They shall award the contract to the lowest responsible having regard to quality ot and The Burlington board expects by thlsii arrangement to furnish books to the patrons ot our public schools at from One Moses be came at the lynching of Mar tin for killing Aron and It was learned he was circulating among the membership in the district Tota number of votes For the wo 6S3 The following Is the vote by pastoral icauiuuiuu JJQ was CirCUlttUlUK following 13 but uj charge of the improvement of the navi tQ ft mob and go Arons Charge3 ot which there are 22 In the dls gatlon of the Mississippi the the clerks and fire the nrotectlon of its levees The discussion The DeoDe ot the neighbor protection of its levees Tne discuss nn t The ot the nelghbor of the Chicago board of trade resolutions white and formed an and swung Lemon to a I the act should be amended to make tarrb Uemidy will 5 loatheaome dlseast Murder aud erted hisTwite several months ago and delivery shipments deductions for loss of gan shooting without Christmas presents at Car it effciive was also a resolu tion relative to the employment of ex perts by the resolution requiring full grain without shortage was A resolution by of adopted anan refers worlds fair It declares the enlarged commer cial relations with the sister nations of America was of transcendent importance and pledges the hearty support of the National Board to the exposiiion and calls on the more than one thousand boards of trade throughout the Dntted States to urge upon the respective state legislatures the necessity of early action on state The preamble andiesolntion of the Chlcattodboard of A Remarkable heard of di rectors of the American Live Stock Com mission company tonight voted a divi dend of fifteen per cent to payable on The declaration leul of this remarkible dividend was the only jjorninK business w FI All claims not consistent with the high character of Syrup ofFigs are purposely avoided by the California Fig Syrnp com It acts gently on the liver and cleansing the system but It Is not a cureall and makasno pretensions that every bottle will not llunlngton Grace UurllDKlon Columbus Flrat SJOta Morninjc First Ntw Sperry 10 West 35 8 21 z 10 IB at no si i IS 39 IS SO to twelve per cent less Is now paid S at the book J The school will all ested In knowing the of Christmas and as by the last night they will extend Iron the dismissal ot school tha24th December till Monday morning the r 9 2 9 4 No vote IB a is 1 13 of days la The ot the High HaKemanB and favoring 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