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   Weekly Hawk Eye And Telegraph (Newspaper) - June 7, 1883, Burlington, Iowa                                before get uu T Dr the "Tlrrd. Herald. W CASE. anch -u fDiaaon i tacln-J. Address V JEWET.IIT CO., In, riiicinnatl, O. TV n J, rs. THE WEEKLY HAWK-EYE. -BUELINGTON, IOWA, JUNE 7 I8S3 WASHINGTON NEWS. XA TJTO.VA i AT CAPITA L. Sipert Testimony lit iTie Utll Znvetttl- gatloiE Mewick'- Argument In iliu Stur Route Cast A DccUioii Fnvw-able to the The Drawback OH Washington. June following is (ni abstract of the specie.! report of Burchard. director of the nrint, up_oit the production of precious metals in the United States. The ci the mir.es of the United States for the year was in gold and in silver. Compared with the previous years, this shows a decline of in gold and an increase of in silver. The comparative decline in the production of gold was greater in California thau in any other state or territory. In Oregon, where the mining is chielly p'.acer, there was a diminuation, and also in Nevada. _ Idaho and Dakota. In silver the principal in- crease was ir. Idaho, Montana and New Mexico. Colorado furnished !ess in silver that in 1881. The production oi the country by states and territories is as follows: Si Si'AOO V.MVIOU In by incorporated Companies. i: blight failing on from the- nix-ceding i .1 Unc Imndrod and f-evenn-h've upon .Uicir for the ot cairymg on mining opfrat.uns amounting to about Tiie of piuductioa u'n.-umption tor T" year, addod to f t.Lt import a of goiJ. ignited MI a net to the ciic'jlahoii ut 3atcn Jiouge and Yicksburg railroad coin- and by tlw latter transferred to the corporation first named. The memorialists assert that such a mortgage has been ex- ecuted is to "be used as the basis for the land grant bonds, that the contem- plated transaction is in violation of law and that there are grave doubt-; as to the right of the New Orleans Pacific company to avail itself of this la-ad grant in any ay THE DP.AM'JUCK SUGAtt. The secretary ot the treasury has in- structed collectors of ccstomsia regard to the -drawback on sugar under the tariff act of March 3. 1883, fixing certain rates until September, 1383, The allowance on sugars will be subject to a -deduction of one per centum and the allowance on syrups to a deduction often per centum as prescribed by law. Meanwhile the commission is to be appointed, consisting of George Keys, sugar examiner at Boston; Ira Ayer, Jr.. special treasury ageat at New York, and one refiner, to be selected by the trade at New York, to determine the proper rate of drawback on sugar and syrups under the act referred to. HOG CHOLERA. It is said by officers of tke department of agriculture that hog cholera is practi- cally exterminated. Unsuccessful attempts have been made for weeks to secure virus from infected hogs for experimental pur- poses. PLATKS KUT RF.TURX VBLE. The commissioner of internal revenue has decided that the dies, rolls, and plates that have been used by the government in printing labels and wrappers bearing in- ternal revenue stamps, cannot be returned to the original owner, Liver, imtl Biscnsc A medicine that destroys the germ or cause of Bright's Disease, Diabetes. Kid.- noy and Liver Complaints, and has power to root them out of the system, is above all price. Such a medicine is Hop Bitters, and positive proof of this call be found by one trial, or 03' risking your neighbors who have been cured bv h. in go'rl; b-'t by coinage and the net impoit of co'n Ihf inet.iltc circulation jiJ'ud in gold and in siher coin. Ciililonia still maintains tbe second in.: Mnteb and territories, and i1- likely to me. Its gold ULIIV.. ,m.i mismanagement in mining, but a seems tu be icttiLgin. and min- ing 11 bein0' '_Qulinivjfl o> j, iiion, -iib-tau- iii Idaho the inuductic'ii of ild vra.3 slightly thau in the prcced- but there it it notable nuruase in silver. In the miiiMiE industry Iia.i in- in iniporiance, tiie increase in the d having been ;n "mer -ind ihe prnna- DC Washington, Juncj ll.e route POLITICAL. of tlie O3iio Reiiubllcii.1% Cou Columbus, June repablic.m -tale convention convened at four o'clock this after noon, the district delegations having held meeting- previously to select members of the various cOMiuittofcS. Sen- ator L. P. Walcott, a- temporary cLaii- man, made a long: -peech, reviewing the r. cord of the party, endorsing the legisla- tion on the temperance subject ,md also highly cu.n mantling the administration of Governor Foster during the iiasc e.trs. The usual committees was then announced and the MIOII Ad- journed to'ten o'clock to-morrow, when tin- committee on resolutions will report and a ticket -will nominated. There is nu change of sentiment ns> to the head of the ticket, and the indication1; ,irc that Forakci will be nominated on tiie first ballot by ac- clamation. GATHUIIXC, OF DTMOCr.ATS AT UCS MOIVTS, Homes, June is a attendance for the democratic state con- vention which meets here to-morrow. 'Ihe attendance will be the in the history of the party iu the state. There is an active contest on the nomination for governor aud supreme judge. -L Hall and C. A. Claik decline to be lor governor. It i-, admitted that e.tbcr would be nominated if lie would allow it. The friends ot L. G. Kinne and Colonel W. H. Mevritt are working the hardest, with the Kinne men very confident ot The friends of Hayes are confident of success, but Barton, the only opposing can- didate, has apparently much strength to-day and To-night there is another movement on foot to nomii ateex-i-cnator JferriH, of Clinton, for governor and to Hayev, iletrill and Hayes are from the -auie county, but the truth clcaily is that the convention is as to both ol thoe oincet, with four fifths uf the delegates unpledged and undecided. Alexander Sullivan, John Byrne aad Tlev. Chas. O'Heilb'i president; vice I'.resiilens ot the Irish National League of America; the member of the council, seven temporary and the chairmen ot the Philadelphia cpnvenUor.- the two ex-presidents or the National Lai'.d League of America, and the chairman of the late committee of seven. They include also eight congressmen, five judges, ten Catholic priests, three Protestant min- isters, the national delegate of the Ancient Order of Hibernians, and several million- aires, including Eugene Kelly, the banker of New York: P. H, Kelly, merchant at St. Paul; Tim Foley, a mine owner in Colorado; John Fitzgerald, land owner in Nebraska: Thomas Lynch, distiller, of Chicago. Interest will attach to the jyl- drebs, in view of the i.ics that it was written by two priests. Rev. P. A. McKenna, of Hudson, ilassachusetts, aud Rev. Charles O'Reilly, of Detroit, and that a priest is acting as treasurer. SATIOXAL LEAGUE MEETING. Chicago, June A meeting to ratify the proceedings ot the Philadelphia con- vention and for the formation of a new_ branch of the Irish National League of America, was held in the parish school house of the Catholic cathedral of tbe Soly Name to-night, Rev. P. J. Conway, vicar general of this diocese, presiding. The meeting was of more than usual im- portance from the fact thot reports were received in regard to the progress of the league in this city. It is reported that re- ports were received from thirty-eight soci ties, in this city, which parsed votes of affiliation with the Irish National League of America. An address was delivered by Alexander Sullivan, president of the Na- tional League and by Judge The following are extracts from Sullivan s address, outlining the policy of the organi- sation more definitely than he has hereto- fore done: The Irish National League is an organi- zation that may appropriately meet m a schoolhouse. It may justly ask the sanc- tion of men whose lives are dedicated to religion. Jt is humane, just and patriotic in purposes. It aims to remove des- potism, insecurity, brutality, and pcrsecn- lions of foreign misrule, and to establish in their place security, contentment, thrift, and peace, which only como TO n people enjoying the national right of self-government. .It is not an organisation of without Order, reason or for its foundations .iiul guides. Neither i  bridge properly policed, and recommended that the accommodation.-, "or foot passengers be improved. edar Ranids, June Iowa Grand dgc of Masons convened in the ra house this morning. The following estMiiuijiYes iiuu {_ieriu.H.imui> mem- are in attendeuce. Hon. John T. n eman delivered the addres el- come to the city, to which the grand master responded. The grand masters address, ivhich ivas able and exhaustive, was reati .during morning and 'erred to a committee. Various working committees were appointed. The session will con'-inue for three THE TURF. Teotenluy'x Races itt Louisville, June track was slow j.n6 ihe racing poor. In the club purse for two-year-olds, five-eiglilhs of a mile. Bob Miles and the lilley Amy had a walk over, the only other entry being drawn. The Celling purse, mile heats. Metropolis wort, JJlanton second, Monti- cello third; tinifl and The Nature, stakes lor nil a. distance ot one and one-eighth mile, John Henry won, Siandiford Keller second, ihe others drawn; time, TheElmeudorfVtakes for three-year-olds, three-quarters of a mile, Loyd Daly won, Miss Brewster sec- ond. Neophyte third; time, The ITacculey theatre stakes, a steeplechase, handicap ior all ages, one and one-quarter miles, Snow Bok won, Guy second. Revenge third; time, JERO.VE P.UIK JIACBS. New York, June Jerome park tha track was jjood and the racing spirited. The mile ana a miarter Bootjack won, Macbeth second, Renegade third; time, The ladies' stakes, for three-year- old fillies, one mile and a half. Miss Woodford won, Cornation second. Fair- view third; time, The Jockey club handicap sweetstakes, two miles, Oreueral Monroe won, Monitor second, Hilarity third; time, The soiling sweepstakes, three-fourths of a mile, COH- stantme won, Perplex second, Touchme- not third; time, The steeplechase handicap, over a short course, LilBe Mon- son won, Ranger second, Iraeldo thrid; time, PROVIDENCE RACES. Providence, June Narragansett park meeting opened to-day. In the three- niinute class, Judge Davis won, Magie sec- ond, Susie D. best time, In the class, Kentucky Wilkes won, Dan Smith second, Walnut'third: best time, proprietors of Elys' Cream Balm do not claim it to be a cure-all, but a sure remedy for Catarrh, Colds in the head and Hay Fever. Price oO cents. Apply into nostrils with little finger. I cheerfully add ray testimony to the value of Ely's Cream Balm as a specific in the case of my sister, who has been seriously debilitated with Catarrh for the past eight years, having tried ineffectually other remedies and several specialty doctors m Boston. She improved at once under this discovery, and has gained her health and hearing, which had been con- sidered incurable. HUUERT W. MKIIKH.L, secretary of the Phoinix Manufacturing company. Grand Rapids, Michigan. Lottt in flic Milwaukee, Fifield. sou of D. C. Fifield, of the chamber of com- merce, lias been lost in thje woods of the Pinokee range, near Ashland, Wisconsin, for five days, having strayedfrom Engineer Scwell's surveying party while doing work for tbe Wisconsin Cejitral road. The party have given up work and are scouring the woods with dogs. The American Ulcilicit 1 Ansoeiutfou. Cleveland, June American Med- ical association meets here to-morrow in its thuly-fourlh annual session, and will con- tinue four days. The address of welcome will be delivered by General Ed. S. Meyer. The forenoons will be devoted to g6ner.il business. In the afternoons the will bo divided into seven sec- tions, meeting separately, to hear papers on and discus-; the various subdivisions of materia mediteea, physiology, surgery, etc. Several hundred delegates have already arrived. ..Cleveland-June annual meeting of the American Medical association began here to-day, about one thousand distinguished physicians attend- ing from all parts of the country. The afternoon was consumed in the con- sideration of professional topics. There was a reception and banquet at the cpera house roller rink. Dr. K. C. Huhbard, of Ashfabula, attending tlie convention, died suddenly this afternoon of apoplexy, at 1 he house of Dr. Weber. The deceased was upward of sixty years old and eminent among Ohio physicians. A Victim or Her Own Avitrlcc. New York, June May 23. ihe artificial flower factory, No. 190 Green street, owned by Mrs. Louise Guedan, a French woman sixty-two years old, tvas destroyed by fire. Mrs. Gnedan 'ran up' stairs when the fire broke out and warned her workmen and other occupants, and she alone failed to escape and was much praised for her heroic self-sacrifice. At the coroner's inquest to-day it was learned that she had tried to induce two of her workmen to burn the house to obtain the insurance, as she was financially embar- rassed. It is now believed that failing to induce the workmen to fire the building she did so herself.___________ Ol an tiers. Springfield, June township 30ard of health of the Peach Orchard, county, reports the existence of ;lander.s in that locality. One horse has >een shot by the advice of a local veterinj ary and two others are affected. The supervisor and assessor write to the state 3oard of health for advice and instruction the premises. Small-Pox. Springfield, June overseer of :iem isolated since the first case was mnounced. He reports three deaths, .wo convalescent and five bedfast. Fauic Ul 11 Circuit Tent. Suspension Bridgp. X. Y., June During the performance of Nathan's cir- cus, this evening, the canvas tents were struck by a rerrilie i.iin squall and utterly lemolished. Tuero were about fifteen mndred persons in the tents and a terrible janic ensued, and many persons were in- "ured. though none fatally. June house to-day concurred in the senate amendments to the iill to prevent political parties from mak- ng assessments. The senate judicial ap_- com mil tee reported their liability to agree. Both bouses appointed committees to investigate the charges the Standard Oil company. The congressional apportionment conference committee was not able to agree on a acceptable to both parties. Killed New York, June W. Green, the nechanical engineer supplying steam mo- -ivepcwertoa number of manufacturing r killed himself this afternoon in his room at tlio hotel- He had previously nade two attempts. He lost -in a business venture about three years ago, md about the va-.nc-time a separation be- tween himself and wife occurred. His wile lives in Brooklyn with two children. EHs son at manager of tbe Kiraliy troup. No meraj-hysician erer felt the de- iciency of language ?o much as the grate-   

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