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Ames Intelligencer (Newspaper) - June 13, 1879, Ames, Iowa In ? a a Ames Tell Igen Cee volume i Ames Story county. Iowa. Friday morning. June 13, 1879. Number 1.7 Iowa co Adelaed. Sioux City is doing an immense Ateo at of building this season. The icarian Community of Adams county propose to hold a grand Celebration on the 4th cd july. A Bland was Floris Davis Man named James killed to a Coal Bank near county a few Days since. Arrangements being made for the Dunedin note Extension of the Minneapolis amp St. Louis Railroad to fort Dodge. Willie Cochonour a lad ten years of age was drowned in the Black Hawk near Hanson while bathing june Totth. The Central Iowa railway will be extended from Ottumwa to Moulton this sea son so As to connect with the Missouri system of railways. Hon. George g. Wright of Des Moines has been elected a erne of the directors of the Chicago Rock Island a Pacific Railroad. The people of Indianola and Vicinity have raised the necessary funds to save Simpson Centenary College which has for some time been under a financial Cloud. An inmate of the deaf and dumb institution at Council Bluffs named Willie Anderson aged to years was drowned june 7th, while to bathing. His parents reside to Sabula Iowa. Jochim Brockman aged 33, living six Miles North of Davenport shot and killed himself june fit ii a fall re love a because Louis Schmidt a neighbors daughter would not marry him. Capt. Bogardus the Champion Wing shot tsp the world will act As referee at the tournament of the Iowa state sportsmen a association to be held at Marshalltown june 17th to 20th. On the last Day capt. Bogardus and his son Eugene will give an exhibition shoot r the Lawrence House in Burlington burned june 6th. The guests were compelled to escape from the upper stories by Means of ladders. F. Keen sex conductor on the Michigan Central fell from the fourth Story to the sidewalk receiving fatal injuries. Lorn. $45,0 <0. It will be Twenty years on the first Day of september next since the completion of the Burlington a Missouri River Railroad to Ottumwa and that the occasion for a general Barbecue and Celebration at that time. It is now pro used to have another Celebration pm the first of next september. An unknown Man who was Riding on the rear of the tender on the night of june 8th, fell from his position and was run Over and badly mangled by the train near Anita. He was taken to Atlantic where be died to a few hours. He gave his name As Sullivan from Sioux City. He was Young and Well dressed. A few Days ago James Barnes. Jr., residing fifteen Miles Southwest of Cresco met with a fatal Accident under the following circumstance the Hammer of a gun which he was handling caught to a Wagon Tongue discharging the contents into Bim in such a Way a to tear away a j Matt of his Collar Bone end expose the lungs. The races of the Des Moines let riving Park association closed june 5tb. The Best time made was in tile fourth heat of the free it a Vav. News the week in general and Domestic. The cattle disease is spreading Southern Georgia. A fire in Detroit Michigan june 6th, destroyed ten buildings. Loss $34,000. Winter wheat in Kansas will be ready to Cut by the 15th to 30th of this month. It one Hundred and eighty three Cotton Mills have been built in the South since the War. A fire at Parkersburg West Virginia May 28th, caused a loss of from $16,000 to $30,000. The principal business portion of the town of Adairsville ky., burned june 9th. Loss $25,000. The Burroughs amp Pierson flour Mills at Flint Michigan burned june 6th. Loss $10,000 to $15,000. A Gen. Buford has sold his famous stallion a a enquirer a to Gen. Hardin of Tennessee for $10,000, the Sash and Blind factory of Ward a Ca at grand rapids Michigan burned june 5th. Lorn $30,000. The signal Bureau will make inquiry into the origin movement Aud effects of the recent Tornado to Kansas Nebraska and Missouri. James Orion Woodruff projector of Woodruff a scientific expedition died in new York june 4th. The business portion of the town of Weldon Dewitt county Illinois was burned june 4th. Less $20, Ajo. A Mill at Midway mass., was burned on the night of May 30th. Edward Hart a fireman was killed and a fire engine exploded its boiler. In Clearing away the rubbish of a recent tire to Cincinnati one of the Walls fell june 5th, and four men were killed. Several others were injured. The five Story building occupied by Post a co., dealers in railway and Telegraph supplies Cincinnati was destroyed by fire june 5th. Loss $45,000. The first car Load of new wheat from North Texas was shipped from Ennis to Galveston my 27th. It was of Good Quality and ninety cents was paid for it. A fire in Barum amp sons establishment Buffalo n. T., june 5th, totally destroyed their Stock. Loss $110,000. Falling Walls injured several persons. The recent Rains extended pretty generally throughout Illinois to Ute great Benefit of the growing crops which had Bern suffering from drouth to the Central and Southern Coati ties. Information received by the Indian Bureau from fort Belknap state that 800 lodges of sitting bulls indians reported South of the British line. They have not As yet committed any acts of direct hostility. By the explosion of a boiler in Pittsburg june 5th, John Bryant and Frank math Eny were instantly killed John Powell and Frank Bryan fatally Hurt and d. Grim w. Erwin and Joseph Mcdermott seriously injured. Low water caused the explosion. Very few men Idle in Massac Hula some of the smaller cities and a 1 1 i a a a set a a Etta now a w Luv Emmr a a a Farsi Rice and was won by the Grey gelding car Fer towns it is said that it is even difficult a a col. Denis a driven by John 8plan. The Aud mechanics for Small jobs and that is. A of a time was 3 30. In this race there were three entries for a purse of $300�?i960 for first Home $150 for second and $100 for third. The great sensation in Des Moines during the first week of the month was the three Days races on the grounds of the driving Park association of that City. Many noted Trotters were in attendance among which were the following a Grant a the King of the tut with a record of 2 1$ a col. Be is a record 2 18# a add tide a record 2 19 a Sweetser a record 8 15 a Doty a record 2 21, and a Calmer a record 2 28. A number of noted Iowa horses were also present including a Sultan a owned by C. Davis. F Prairie City a Charley Hays a owned by or. Hartney of Des Moines a Guthrie boy a owned by or. Roberts of Panora a Woodbury a Hief a owned by r. Knees of Sioux City Fred j.,�?� owned by a. Jackson of Oskaloosa a Seal skin a owned by Pron a Lorrence Oskaloosa a Phillis a on wed by 8. W. Roberta Des motors a lady Tilden a owned by or. Kneel of Sioux City. There were also the following Well known fast horses a Barus my Duff a Des Moines a Tornado a Colorado a Limerick boy a Des Moines a Nellie Shaw a Greaten Iowa a Muscatel a Knox Rill Iowa a brigadier a owned in California Nevada Iowa a Western a Nevada Iowa a Bobby Dunbar a Wisner neb. A Elmwood chief a Sioux City a Dakota maid a Sioux City and a rate Wisner a Villisca Iowa the i teat tim made by a a rams on the second Day of the races was 2 19. He was driven by the noted Driver John Splan. It was chiefly through the exertions of Wesley redhead esq., of the Des Moines driving Park Assoria Hon that the lovers of Fine horses and fast Trotters were furnished this rare display of the Naris be of the turf. _ men a by Harriet Beecher Stowe a secret missions to san Domingo a by Admiral i. D. Porter a sacred books of the East a by prof. Max Muller a evolution and theology a by prof. Simon Newcomb a Pacific Railroad a Henry v. Poor Anda review of several recent publications. A for. Quot try supreme Coart dec slow. The supreme court of Iowa at its present term in Des motor has rendered several important decisions among which the in the Case of so on is. The b. C. K a n. R k co Appeal from the Worth county Clr it ult court toe claim was to recover damages a j ate sucks of Grain burned by Sparks for the Railroad claimed no or amp to of a i a jul Ess huh Jav ties to us too Urr it no 5�?~l. L accidental arid replied to this to the Elali Essl Futory negligence. So. Wren Coart sustained the demur the i win pm and 4 Ury gave a the. Peal. Adams Precedent that it j35t to or that it. Miu of Quot. W _ a. Ult and that the demurrer should Hare been i i Al versed. Beck and Dav Dis it Quot re. Or a. Thiu. Tested Wurr a i. A in the i. Tvs six to the Cir. Ult court. A decree was s2ij in accordance with a a Keement. Fenders in. Sld it the deem the offered �f3xo,"mide the decree and of the matter of a hearing Kumud a e. This appealed thin 3599 of a a him tier of a bearing moved a con u n us this motion was overruled Aud plaint , a a a Iff of. Co e. Suit Divis on 4, in re changed from one court ten. Toys is the parties to another by toe g Attorri but Doe interested a As a conjuncts think the just he Tulve and that to Mumm in that to Rule w pc Hli . And to the circuit coup by had no the second w 6mth to is proved thai Bebette fare authority to by wit a effect a Compromise and 3&js�s& Sims ar.,a Ani. To find mechanics flt a Small jobs and that skilled workmen to some places really scarce. Farmers in the Vicinity of Dallas Texas uttering $1.50 per Day for Harvest hand Aud cannot get them. Wheat in that state is turning out better than a anticipated but will fall Short of an average crop. Corn Oats and Cotton doing Well. The shop tailors of Cincinnati have made a demand for % per cent increase to their compensation. The clothing Firma affected by the strike claim that they paying 15 to 20 per cent higher rates than is paid in new York and declare their intention to firmly resist the a Trike. The Northwestern pros association met in Chicago june 4th, and perfected the organization under the Illinois Law by the election of a Board of directors consisting of 8. Clarkson w. Dowdall e. Russell Walter Johnson Paul Selby Lyman Richards in and Frank Hatton. The directors of the Iowa Central railway com Piny formerly the Central Railroad of lows met to new York june 4th, and reorganized by electing tile following officer president Isaac m. Cate of Baltimore vice president Russell Sage Secretary cd e Painter treasurer pro tem and superintendent a. W. Pickering of Iowa. Hail storms passed Over portions of Kansas june 9th, doing considerable damage. Hailstones weighing from 5 to 12 ounces fell thick my fast killing chickens and cutting up the crops badly. At Lawrence the Steeple of the Baptist Church was blown Down and the roof of the University building badly dam aged. A number of other buildings were a roofed. Several persons were injured by the flying debris. The stockholders of th6 c., r. I. A. K. R. My tit Chicago june 4th, and Beld a harmonious election. All the old directors were re elected and at a subsequent meeting the directors elected Hugh Riddle president and also re elected All the other officials. The annual report shows the Gross earnings for the past year to ins $9,409, operating exp Ellees and taxes $5,079,73, leaving As net earnings $4,329,080 the surplus was $282,749. A letter from it. Keogh to the St. Paul Piont prom contains the Story of a scoot who a j ast returned from sitting Bull Camp. He says that the chief has gone with s x lodges of hts immediate attendant to the Bas k at Bewan country. Before going be advised his band to come to terms the gov eminent and return to the United states. There now three Hundred Lodge encamped on the Boundary line Hunting Buffalo on this Side. They say they determined to hold to this Buffalo country by Force of necessary. The Jane number of the North Armer lean of Ltd a is in every Way worthy of that Sterling periodical. It opens with a literary curiosity in the shape of a hitherto in publish cd poem by Voltaire. A metrical translation which is in itself a poem accompanies the origins i French text. Gen. Garfield follows with a suggestive paper on a National appropriations and a appropriations a Ile discus sos the question whether a Liberal or niggardly policy should be adopted in Public expenditures and fires illustrations from the Anan rial history of oar own and other countries. The separation of economic questions from partisan politics and the application of the highest intelligence to the management of National business advocated. Among Otto r most excellent articles the following a the stagnation of Trade and its by fro. Boo Amy Price a education of freed criminal record. At Rochester n. Y., june 7th, Peter Peters a russian killed his wife and then himself. M Edward was sentenced to death in Philadelphia pa., june 9th, for the murder of his daughter mrs. Burao. Felix Mccann was hanged at Norwich n. A june 6th, for the murder of Morris Hatch dec. 3d, 1878. Monroe Grey coloured was hanged at Hillsboro mo., june 6th, for the murder of Aaron i Pete on Christmas night. John Bitont was hanged at St. Charlesma june 6th, for the murder of Elizabeth Warren. Bion confessed the murder and said whisky and bad company were the cause. A mrs. Smith and Cool Bennett convicted for the killing of police officer Smith in Jersey City has been sentenced to be hanged on july 25th. Peter alias peachy swinger coloured who murdered John Anderson coloured at a Ball in Chambersburg a on the night of dec. 17th, was hanged june 5th. Devergne m. Bennett an editor convicted on the charge of sending obscene matter through the malls has been sentenced to thirteen months hard labor to the Albany Penitentiary and to a Fine of pc xxx Albert Falk general manager of win. Ryle silk importer and manufacturer new York was arrested some time ago on a charge of embezzling $10,000, and has now been rearrested As a further deficiency of $100,000 has been found. Falk is in the Ludlow Street jail. The robbers who so boldly seized from the Winola Central Railroad messengers in Chicago june 7th, a package of $10,, have been captured. They were three Well known thieves of that City ass. Col an j As. Guan and Mike Crowley. Only $1,725 of the Money was recovered. Mrs. Bouse hell Quot of Dayton. Ky., flew Days ago in a fit of anger badly injured the Little daughter of a neighbor. On the night of june 5th the girl grew dangerously ill. Mrs. Bou Scheff hearing of it and anticipating that the girl Woald die commuted suicide by throwing herself into a cittern. At to hers Ville. A Arlington county Maryland june 4th, Lenin 8. Milter aged is shot and killed Charles Norris about the same age. Miller had been teased by some boy a who called him nicknames. He procured a Musket loaded it followed the Boyo Ami idiot Norris who died instantly. A few nights since at los vegas new Mexico an Halloo who last fall blustered a Frenchman and a mexican woman Ami who was sentenced to be hanged but was allowed a new trial and a mexican who recently murdered a Man were taken from jail and hanged to the Public Square by citizens. The three renegade cheyennes who shot and killed private boder and wounded signal sergeant Kennedy while in route for fort Leech Montana and Weare turned Over to the civil urho Titiev to answer the charge of murder were sentenced to be Hung on the 7th of july and on the same evening two of them committed suicide by hanging in their cells in the guard House at fort Leigh. A bloody d tub a tragedy resulted at Ottawa iu., june 7th, from a Tong standing feud Between tim White and Conner families of that City and Vicinity. Lawrence White was shot dead by a revolver to the hands of de. Connor and Connor himself was immediately killed by a Bullet from some unknown hand. Revolvers were freely drawn and used among the remaining parties to the quarrel but no further deaths resulted. The immediate cause of the quarrel is unknown. Rufus Pope convicted of bigamy in Lincoln. Neb., was sentenced by s. B. Pound judge to seven years imprisonment the full Terra of the Law. The Man came to Lincoln a stranger got a footing in society As a Church Mem i r and Temperance reformer. He married a Young lady in Lincoln and deserted Ber in a month or two going to Sedalia a it was found that he had similarly victimized a Young lady at Quincy ii and that be had a wife and four children in Woodstock 111. His real name is Rolla Dow Chase Pope. The horrible murder of a husband by his wife occurred in Carter county ky., Jane 6th. A Man named Jones had become infatuated with a Courtesan and attempted to bring her into bus House. His wife resented the insult and after hot words Between them Jones threatened her with a knife and she seized a Mal i axe and with the Blunt portion knocked him Dowa and endeavoured to escape. Jones recovered quickly and ran after her. She turned to protect herself and struck him Over the head with tile Sharp Edge of the weapon c caving in bus Skull and killing him instantly. A terrible riot took place on the afternoon of june 9th, at Mcintosh Liberty county Georgia a station on the Atlantic and Gulf Railroad Between a party of negro excursion lists from Bryan county and those belonging to the place. It began in a fight Between two negroes whereupon John Randall. Captain of a negro my Hula company from Bryan county Aud a part of the excursion lists ordered hts company to charge which they did Bayon eting everybody within reach. The Captain himself killed one by run ii i Rig him through with his sword. There was intense excitement at this outrage. The Liberty county negroes rallied and drove the military companies into the cars opened fire on them killing tour and wounding Many More Only stopping shooting when the train got out of the Way which they tried to prevent by tearing up the track. All the parties engaged were negroes on the afternoon of Jane 7th, one of the boldest robberies Ever com Ai i tied in Chicago was perpetrated near the intersection of Wallah Avenue am Washington streets. Henry s. Hanson a Stout coloured boy about Twenty years old had been dispel shed by the treasurer of the Illinois Central Railroad with a package ref Money to the merchant s Linn and Trust company s Bank. Carl Wilson the Bank messenger accompanied him As guard. The package contained Between $9,000 and $10,000. The exact amount is not known but the treasurer refuses to give it for Prudential reasons. When Wilson and Hanson reached the Point above indicated two men walked up to them at an Ordinary brisk gait a per to tog is they approached going on either Side of the messengers. When they arrived within reaching distance they threw the contents of half a Pound can of e yen be Pepper full in the faces of Wilson and Hen in and subsequently dealt Hansen three heavy blows with a Sand beg and Quick As thought seizing the package of greenbacks which he corned to a until canvass bag under his jumped into a covered buggy watch stood by the Side a Alk and drove at a furious rate South on Wabash Avenue. A considerable number of people were on tim thoroughfare at the time and witnessed the bold proceeding by Nore were Able to interfere in time to prevent their be Cape. The messengers were nearly Blind from the effects of the Pepper but is soon As possible reported the affair and the news was speedily flashed to All Pollee stations and the most vigorous Steps were taken to capture the highwaymen. There is no very valuable clue to them All descriptions being unset factory. Forty myth boy Kim abroad. Italy. Extra Hesslen. Appearance in the lower Botan pass. The dacoits of the Poona District still Active Sud Petty robberies reported Dally hut sine the great fires there Hare been no outrages on a Large scale. More or Lese copious rain reported from nearly All the districts of Bengal and asset. The rainfall in Cocher Bengal has is yet been slight and partial but sufficient to greatly improve the prospects of the indigo crop. Reports from la. I als Riel. A re on the. W tote Fem Good. I the famine in Cashmere is taking its course j of the government he said he did not claim and the people reported to la dying by bund Recta. The North ant passage John Brown. Own a to. Washington. Thursday. June a the toll reported yesterday by Bayard from the judiciary committee relating to juries and to repeal sections Sio 820 and ski of the reviled statutes was taken up. Hampton after briefly supporting tee Bill spoke upon general political issues. In tee course of his speech. A v. Speech he said he would not in any event vote few Necee cd euro later Ocean. Dispatches from Eastern Siberia to the run Nian government announce the safety of professor Nordenskjold the j swedish Arctic exploder and report the arrival of the Vega in Behring Strait,1 this is Good news. Professor Nordens left i Jold left Hammerfest Norway last Mummer Purposing to explore the ast of Asia i a correspondent at Rome say a Grant of $100,0 10 a been promised for the sufferers by the Alessandria floods and tee eruption of of attorn. This sum however la considered far from sufficient. The italian chamber of deputies has voted 5,000,000 Livres for the Relief of the sufferers by the eruption of my Etna and the inundation of the to. A Rumor that general Garibaldi was dead la contradict d in a dispatch from Rome. The who threw Bema is at a crowd in Florence tart november have been sentenced one to imprisonment for life two for Twenty and four for Nineteen years. Several thousand people Hare been rendered homeless by the inundation of the a a so Africa. The Zulu King cute Way of on the tor h of May despatched an envoy to cot or Slock asking Bim to rend a european to discos terms of peace. John Dunn accordingly went to Cetewayo s Kraal but has already returned negotiations having failed because hic British refuse any terms but unconditional surrender. Cetewayo a Good Faith la doubted. It is probable he will shortly throw his whole strength against the lower Tugela column. The contemplated rapid marching against getaways Kraal at Lendi has been abandoned. The transport difficulties Inez asian owing to the Scarcity of grass. The health of i he troop is improving. It is reported test Raj Rchard who distinguished himself at a arks Drift Bas died of fever. It i rumoured that the Zulu commander Dabe Manti while on his Way to surrender to the British was inter be pied and killed. A great fire at Gray town destroyed Large commissariat stores. Franck. Delena eps will shortly Issue a prospectus inviting subscription to the Panama canal project and will go to the isthmus him self in september. The project for Bolding an International regatta on Lake Geneva Switzerland has been abandoned this year. Morocco. Official dispatches from Algiers give an account of the disturbance in tee mro Vuu a of Constantine. Eight men of tee escort of the officers of the Arab department were killed but tee officials escaped. Three oat Taurus of infantry and two detachment of artillery have been naut to quell the outbreak. The Orient. The Sultan in said to be determined to insist on the hoisting of the turkish Flag by Vieko Pasha and will Lay the Case before tee Powers. Al tap conduct is considered insulting. The government has informed the Powers that tee refusal of Aleko Pasha gov Cranor of Roumania to Wear theft s was a violation of the engagements Between him and tee Porte. The government will wait until East Roumania is evacuated when it w 111 sum Aleko Pasha to Wear tin Fez and to St the turkish Flag. If tim demand is not com piled with the Porte will request the Powers to Sanction a Tokos removal and will Send a body of turkish troops to occupy Balkans Prussia. Nation a Brewer s a Man last la Ai the National brewery a association to be a Lender cry bus party but spoke Only for himself. If the policy supported by hint wan revolutionary and treasonable be was a revolutionist in consequence of Ute growth of the russian and French Ai mire mid in View of a increase of the Revenue by taxation the gov eminent to considering the Advt ability of in creating the army for which pure Noe the gov eminent will ask a perpetual Grant from ii Ament. Russia. In session at St. Louis Jane 5th, adopted the following resolutions wit Kab the advocates of prohibition continue to wage an indiscriminate War against the manufacture Sale and consumption of All alcoholic beverages distilled and fermented we Khz am. Any Law imposing some restriction or prohibition on Trow classes of drinks will he sound to operate against fermented malt beverages which an Bulky and perishable much More handily than against distilled Quorn a Bleb readily evade the Law become neither Bulky or perishable and where to it is a fact established by general Eperu nce that by the popular use of fermented Mal beverages to the place of distilled liquors the cause of termite Wauceta advancer the ref we be Malmd that the Mem ire is of this Assoc a a . In my in my i u. Win maid uld by no vote of his should tee necessary appropriations for the efficient maintenance of the army be refused hut it a competent for co gees to declare under whet limitation and upon what conditions those appropriations shall be made. Hampton a speech was continued to considers Ripton a Speed due length. Bayard sup he president pro tem. Lair ported the Bill. The president pro tem. Before the Senate a message from the Prest Dent e a a the report of the Board of a Porter Case. Referred to in make every Effort. Individually and jointly ret the unfounded and a to disprove and read la giant accusation of the recalled Temperance reformers and disabuse the Public mind of All misconception regarding the popular use of fermented leverages. Ifo Foed that the meddler of this association use every Means in their Power and Especial v by the support of proper candidate for inquiry to the flt Joha. To the committee on military affairs. The debate continued on the Bill reported by Bayard and Edwards moved to Amend by adding the following a that no citizen possessing All other qualifications which or May to we or bed by Taw shall be disqualified for service a grand or Petit juror to any court to the uniter states or any states or any state on account of race color a previous condition of servitude any officer or ther person charged with any duty to the selection or examination of jurors who shall exclude or fail to examine any citizen for cause of or said House. Atkins reported the legislative appropriation Bill and moved its re committal. Hawley moved to instruct the committee on appropriation tit report the appreciation Bill divested of All representatives Only to secure a just discrimination ik-1 Ween distilled Ami fermented liquors in legislative enactments of their states. Ute following was also adopted w urge 1 be near future May bring issues gravely affecting the welfare of the brewing Busine of this country requiring United a ism and strenuous action fhe Lefoie Emu tim that it to tin duty of every member of this association by a persistent per annal Effort to extend its membership and influence As far As possible and that it to the matter duty Ami self interest for every one directly or indirectly connected with the brewing Trade to join los ranks and to Tabor for the advancement of its alias and objects. General political legislation. Atkins withdrew bus Mil after some time the Bill was again reported and on motion of Atkins recommitted. The House resumed the Mil Deratto of the Bill for the removal of causes from state to Federal court. After some time the House took up the Aerial order being tire Bill reported by Hatch from the Airn Hilture to prevent the sex committee on to nature to i Vauoti of diseased cattle and the spread of r a infectious or contagious diseases among Domestic animal by Echo were made by Hatch fun Iowa i a Ituriaga mate i or tar to in. And Covert supporting the Bill and by Martin to opposition. The House a i Jon Rood without Ruter action. Sri air. Was i not til Friday june 6. A Lamar from the be Leet c Ommittee on the improvement of the Mississippi River and tributaries reported with the amendment the House to provide for the appointment of a i the Butle convention of unitarians closed its session to Des Moines june 5th. Articles of incorporation were adopted with thy proposed change of name to that of the Iowa association of unitarian and other Independent churches. The Folio Wing the of fires for the ensuing year president Rev. Oscar Clute Iowa City. Vice president gov. B. , Des Moines. Secretary mrs. C. Cole my pleasant. Treasurer Rev. W. R. Cole i. Pleasant. The Board of trustees constants of the president vies preside no treasurer and Rev. 8.8. Hunting of Davenport P. Bilge of Keokuk Sod mrs. A a. I Ogham of Algona. The committee on resolutions reported the following which after some discussion an Era Ain Points were unanimously adopted River placed on the Calendar Edmunds resumed his remarks on the Bill to repeal Section hoi <20 and 881 of the revised bist ales. Remark on the Bill were also made by Thurman Cook Ling Whyte Bayard and Blaine. Bayard moved by re commit the Bill. A vote on the motion resulted yeas 22 nays 3 not a quo rum voting. Another vote resulted yeas is27. So the motion was lost. The trill Northern coast of Asia and enter the Pacific through Behring Strait As navigators for Over 300 years had been trying to find a Northeast passage from Europe to China and India this undertaking caused More general interest than any expedition of modern times except Stanley in Africa and the Progress of the journey was watched with much anxiety. On the 7th of August the Vega and Lena of nor a expedition reached the Mouth of the Yenisei. August 21 they rounded Cape Che Juskin the most Northern Point of Asia and on aug. 27 reached the Mouth of the Lena River. Here the vessels separated the Lena going up the Lena River to Yakutsk and the Vega going eastward toward Behring Strait the Lena reached Yakutsk afloat i too Miles up the River and wintered there. For a Long time nothing was heard from the Vega. Some months ago a vessel arriving at san Francisco reported the Vega or a vessel supposed to be the Vega ice bound forty Railes North of East Cape near Behring Strait there was great excitement in scientific and commercial circles and several expeditions wore organized to Rescue professor Nordenskjold and his companions. The russian government ordered Overland expeditions from Yakutsk and vessels were listed out in Europe and America to sail from san Francisco and reach the Vega by Way of the Behring Strait if the reports from Siberia Correct prof Nordenskjold wintered in safety at some Point of his own choosing and waited for a favourable Opportunity to accomplish in its fullness his great undertaking. He has now done what no other Man Ever succeeded in doing. He has explored the entire Northern Asiatic coast and has demonstrated there is a sort hem passage from Europe to China. He Bas realized the dream of Henry Hudson and other old navigators and has accomplished his a Wil Kong Dill f i tin tax v of exec Nylon Lles erched by an Eye w it we is Cor. Of the conc Aasu enquirer. By the kindness of the gentle ant whom i had letters i was the Only newspaper Man inside the guards that surrounded the scaffold. The newspaper reporters were placed on a slight Rise of ground in perfect View but where they could hear nothing. The reason assigned tor this was that Brown had determined to make a speech erf an incendiary character. To prevent this they determined if he made a speech it should be to the military and to the officials who would be within bearing distance it was thought Best that some one of a Northern residence in the shape of a newspaper correspondent should be present to the end that if a speech was concocted for Brown and published As if he had spoken it there might be written evidence of its falsity. I happened to be the person selected and stood within a few feet of the Gallows when the execution took place. Brown was brought to the place of execution an open Field near the town in a Wagon seated on his coffin. He was neatly dressed in his every Day apparel. His Long White Beard and Fine face for he had a Fine one gave him a truly patriarchal appearance. No one seeing him at that moment could suppose him to be a bound malefactor on his Way to the Gallows without Hope of a reprieve. Ii none of the Early martyrs of the Chris Tain Church Ever met death with More stoical indifference. Brought up with a fixed and firm belief that he had been doing god s work he believed the course he pursued the shedding of innocent blood the taking the property of his enemies and that the death he would die had been traced by an almighty hand in the beginning and naught could change that decree and hence he would pass from death to heaven As one that god had selected for this particular work and the change from Earth to Bliss immortal would More than compensate him for the pain of strangulation. The Gallows was surrounded in front by the cadets of the military Institute the West Point of Virginia. They were Fine looking youths of from sixteen Renty years of age dressed ii great undertaking without Aid from any Dii nay Quot a Jara. A a a a a a then passed yens 2n finny 16�?n strict party vote. Adjourned till Day. Of the Relief expeditions. His previous voyages o Trade of they Nisei and coed up a Val Leys House the Anay appropriation my was reported ordered printed and recommitted. The to Europe. The results of this last voyage will be More important and his House went into committee of the whole upon the Mil making additional App Marta Lions for the Post office department. Monroe opposed the my and was in fans of the free delivery system As being the movement of . The debate is continued by Cox Cameron Townsend of Ohio Kelfer and Stone after which without action the committee Rose and the House and brr As to the practicability or diff is of the Northern route to the a awaited with the greatest re cd Cilc will interest. Be fat Frol Imi the taws of nature As they recorded to the a world it thou and the world within humanity an expression of la tine truth liftoff that it to the right in i the duty of Ever being to seek for a knowledge of t his to Rise truth. Airai that obedience to till divine truth a it to expressed in a he Laws of the external world and in the taws of i own physical and spiritual nature is the duty of every Roan and that in so far a he to thus obedient he is i Ruly religious a Weed thai til the teaching of the hebrew prophets of a sos Hirst and Bis apostle we find a bund at evidence that this obedience to god the reverent conformity to i Laws this practical righteousness is the four hou8k. W asm Roton saturday june House ent into the committee of the whole on the my making additional appropriations for the service of the Post office dept it men pm from the cot trainee cwt judiciary reported a joint Resolution legalizing the action of the president and Secretary of War to sending re Ioas and tent to yellow fever sufferers to it a turns and tent to yellow fever sufferers passed. Ward opposed me Mil making additional appropriations for the Post office department but advocated the retention of the legislation a Tat lot of the religion they taught and to the a i the it it is believed that the railway question win be brought before the Reich Stag this session and that tim Baal of the government proposal be the introduction of uniform rates for All Railroad lines in the Empire. The supreme tribunal has declared that Alexander Bolo Rieff to guilty of ill log ing to a criminal association the object of which to to overthrow the state. After re capitulating the fact of his attempt on the life of the Clar the Coart sentenced him to death by hanging after the deprivation of his civil rights. The ten hence against Alexander Selah of who attempted the assassination of the emperor on the 14th of april was carried out june 9h. He was hanged. Sicily. Only possible salvation from the j att Cooee quitters of the violation of divine Tow. That Freedom to learn and obey these a Lime Law of the world without and the world within to the right of every human Wing or cd. That the family the school Church and the state should be the teachers of these divine Laws and should earnestly inculcate and auf orc obedience thereto. Him ital. That this faithful Tox silence to divine taws results in Noble character to Man and that this Noble character to the olm towards which our work in education Gore men to society and religion should be directed. Or mate amp i that forms of religion that pm Uhos ixe the Creed rather than the character that put dogmatic belief before the pure life that declare that Faith in mystical propositions of last Winter increasing the salaries of letter Carrie. Brigham Abo opposed the Bill. The Mil was read and considered by Section. The discussion was continued by Stone Hawley Field Bingham Townsend of Illinois Luker of Indiana and Mccook. Cox offered an amendment increasing the appropriation for payment of letter carriers from $ 553,w to $415,04 agreed to. The committee Rose and the Mil a reported to the House and i journey. Passed. Adj is More essential than Good works that teach that the atoning blood of it us has Power to bring salvation which reverent of Wience to a dispatch from Messina of june 6, says the eruption of i. A Ina to diminish no and the spreading of lava Bas Almon ceased although one Stream continues to flow toward the River Alcantara at an average rate of 15 mile per hour. Loud rumblings and a dense smoke continue and it is feared the Lull to Only temporary. Egypt. France and England have agreed to abstain from interference Iii us egyptian aft midis rat Ion Ami will not require tin appoint ment of european minister. The British consuls in Egypt have Lieen ordered to report on the condition of the country and the alleged oppression of the people. Spain. Spain has demanded satisfaction from ran Domingo for the shooting of generals at puerto Plata who had sought Protection of the Spanish representative. Prussia. The government has offered to Grant a site for a new Imperial parliament House in Bertin. A report to current that a Royal marriage to projected Between the Crown Prince of Sweden and the Princess Victoria of Baden. White the new american rail Tater Bas or tired to Berlin. The German press Welcome Bim Asau appropriate successor of Bayard Taylor. The German government has decided to add ret the other european governments on the subject of the improper amt in some cases the inhuman manner in which the War in South America is carried on by the timing Arent of states and to suggest a joint interference. Canada. An Ottawa dispatch of june with says the order of the Council prohibiting the tot Portal Lon of american cattle has been extended to the 6th of september next. Dispatches from Calcutta of june 9th, say the afghan treaty has created Strong impression in Persia greatly increasing British prestige forty thousand Cometa belonging to the British transit service a d during the War to Afghanistan. It is reported that cholera of a Revere Type Baa made it divine taws cannot receive has declare that honest errors of belief the assumed totally de craved natures with which we wet born the rejection of Church dogmas will consign the soul to never ending torment that All such forms of religion but the survivals of a gun ignorance and superstition to Day the greatest obstacle to moral life and spiritual Light a men entirely foreign to the ire teaching of the Bible and unworthy of the sympathy and au5> a it it of reverent thoughtful men and women. Ami that the Central idea of the Doc Trine of vicarious sacrifice that to that the punishment justly due to men for their violations of divine taws have teen borne by Jesus chrysl and that indict by the vilest sinner to cleansing Efficacy of his mood will instantly remove from Ute sinner the consequence of his disobedience. Is a doctrine in which there is no moral inspiration and that it seems to logically Breed that moral insensibility which would precipitate upon us frauds. I humanities tote in Era Nee licentiousness and other dreadful ills with which our civilization to already Over burdened. Am alarm Ute Large num. -. Of the nominal acceptance As the Basta of religious instruction in the Home schoo and Church of Cree end dogmas when All vital Hitaf in Thorn treed of Dogma is away so that in the highest concerns of the moral life Sod the spiritual aspirations Many youths and adults educated in an atmosphere of insincerity which to undermining the very foundations of moral life and producing fraud in business insincerity in St rial life Senate. Washington monday june 9.�?of keys Resolution to discharge the finance committee from further console at Ion of the Warren Silver Bill and to declare it before the Senate w a Laid before the Senate but was postponed till to Morrow. Vest asked unanimous consent to consider the Bill extending to the widow of the late a me Shields Bis pension of $100 per month. Edmunds objected to the c Melder tion As Mil reorder. The Senate now concurred to tire House amendments to the sundry civil Bill repealing certain clauses of the act panned at the Latt session. On motion of Harris Mcdonald trill author Ling the employment of militia and land Sud naval forces of Lite United states was taken up and Harris spoke thereon. When he concluded the s mate adjourned. House Atkins chairman cry the committee on a prep inti is reported Back a substitute flt it a t he legislative executive and judicial appropriation Mil which was reported recommitted last week. Mcmahon from committee Oil appropriations reported the judicial appropriation Bill for the year ending june so ordered printed Aud recommitted. Reagan moved to suspend the rules and pass the army appropriation bid As reported from the appropriation colomb tee by ult Mer on june 6th. Atkins moved to so a it my agreed to 105 to Hal adjourned Senate. Washington tuesday june Law it to toot Ion of Bayard a my passed permitting certain the terms of intern Timal copyright. Prof. Tram a la popular dance month or. The requirement that foreign books copy righted in this country shall be printed in this country is dictated by the first Law of nature the principle of self preservation. Any International copyright the a did not enforce this condition would be destructive to an extensive and valuable Domestic Industry Aud would put the american Book a Arhat at once and completely under the control of foreign publishers thousands of Railes away from us. Under a state of things which although it May not have been just has nevertheless been Legal the publishing interest in the United states has grown into extensive proportions. We have numerous manufacturing establishments of All kinds for every Branch of the business. We have heavy investments in paper manufactories printing houses Binderis and shops for making ail the necessary machinery and we have multitudes of trained mechanics to carry on the required operations. Whether All this capital shall be sunk and All this Industry paralysed and a Reading people shall cease to Supply itself with books in accordance with it own tastes and preferences depends upon the form of copyright adopted if that measure is to be carried Oul and when it is remembered that the foreign publisher has no claims upon us whatever and that we Disch Tatge All to Twenty years of age dressed in Blue Pant and red flannel shirts. Behind them were picked companies of Volunteer infantry other companies forming the sides and rear of the hollow Square in the Center of which was the Gallows. At proper Points the artillery Vas placed in position the guns loaded and pointed at a portion of the Field occupied exclusively by strangers and a Hose suspected of not being True to the old Dominion. In Case of an entente or hostile disturbance the Cadette had orders to shoot Brown so As to prevent a Rescue while the Conno neers and infantry were to fire upon the suspected crowd. The outlying pickets and reserved guard stationed within proper distance were to flank the rescuers and the Cal Valry to charge upon them and finish those that the Cannon and Musket failed to Send to kingdom come. If Brown anticipated a Rescue a glance at the Field was i Detent to convince him it would be Folly to attempt in that be intended to make a speech i think is More than probable. When the eyes of the doomed Man took in the full situation a Shade of disappointment seemed to Croes his face but it a but for a Mil the Shade passed from his brow and he was himself again. He stood of the Gallows gazing with unbundled Cheek upon the pre pardons. He was asked by the sheriff if he wished a handkerchief to drop when he was ready. His reply in a firm and loud voice was a a not keep me no longer than is the Cap was drawn Over his face the rope Cut Rad John Brown was left dangling in the air. His neck was broken by the fall. He suffered but Little and soon Hung a lifeless Corpse. The sensation was great no voice spoke and no sound was heard while the awful scene Frota life to death was enacted. The in prevent at Al the Send Lien of women. Our obligations in protecting the prop a rats a a m a a a a a a popular Selva monthly. Quot the study of the growth of civil i As or to rights of the foreign author it is obvious that every consideration of National expediency dictates that we should Lake care of our own interest in this matter. Vinegar factories Tabt operated under certain it fiction. A Mil was reported by \ Voorhees Ami Hyink Rosy in religion. Of Momti that we a a _ offer or Hearty sym a thy and Ltd a Mipe Ratton to All he Vini As the or special object the suppression of the Gigantic evil cry a pm Rray re. That we recognise with pleasure tile k Row Bur tendency to open to woman no a school and All a rup sons Ami to her on honest Dollar Coran honest Days work that in the moral and religious work of the world m in her Kun Bop a Urt Kuh co worker Aud that we Welcome her to a Tutere in enacting and administering those Laws from the committee on finance for the Relief of James m. Harrison assistant assessor of Indiana District providing for the payment to Bim of the salary of assessor for two years during the Terra or performed the duties of assessor while a vacancy to that office existed by reason at the Senate refusing to roil the nomination. After Awn distillation the Bill was referred to the committee on claim. Mcdonald sum to employ he militia and Laud and naval forces of the United states in certain Casita rime Mode unfinished by mess Voorhees to it Oke on the House a Solu Don to appropriate $30fib to Mark the Birthplace of Washington by a Monument. 1> and Downs of life. New York cur Introit press. But had Cane of one sort or another come to Light every Cay. Two of a Peculiar kind have attracted notice this week. One is the ease of Henry i and i once a prosperous lumber merchant but now an inmate of the tombs. He was arrested the other Day on complaint of his wife who accuses Nim of threat ening her life. He it own Story is that the extravagance of his wife and daughters brought him to bankruptcy and that they now want to get him out of the Way altogether. He once supported his family in luxury but for several years past they have Laten obliged to a in tenement houses and his life till Matiiw v a the Resolution was adopted unanimously. To which she to forced to they. A ref that t he Public school and other institution of the Blate should be entirely free from All sectarian teaching and that we Recerd our solemn protest again any appropriation by the state of any nubile funds for the sup indirectly of any sectarian port directly or institution. Sheridan a Power of repartee was never Keener than upon an occasion the legislative approx Nathim Bill was referred it the committee on appropriation also the concurrent Resolution for adjournment on june 17th. Joke moved to Uke up and Eon rider the Resolution discharging t he commit cd on finance from further consideration of House Hill mme the a Warner Silver Bill a Ami Decat my it before the Senate for action. The vote on taking up the Resolution resulted yeas Ai nays 22 finally thu passed and the Senate adjourned. House. Morrison from the Way and Means committee reported a Resolution for the flu adjournment of Congress St noon june 17th adopted. A Resolution was adopted directing the president to Uke action to have the treaty with Russia so amended As to place american live in tenement House and with them has Laten so miserable that he is glad even to be a prisoner in order to lie away from them. The other Case is that of Robert m Martin formerly a wealthy Wall Street Bicker and now also an inmate of the tombs. The Story of or. Martin reveals strange Vicissitudes. Ten years ago this Man was Worth held a High position in an Uptown Church and ranked among the smartest operators in Wall Street. A few Days sine he was arrested for stealing s me clothing in his boarding Lions. A Aback Friday crushed him completely and his course for Brae Lite to the matter of holding real a stale m la ten years has been steadily downward. Great crash he withdrew from the Church in which he had been so to on shows that human advancement has been accompanied by a slow but constant improvement in the condition Al women As compared with men and that it May be very accurately measured by thin Standard. Judging from the past we May be sure that one of the paths for the future Progress of the race lies in this improvement and the position of women must therefore in regarded As a very important social problem of there is As i shall try to show a fundamental and constantly increasing difference Between the sexes if their needs different and if their parts in the intellectual moral and social evolution of the race like their parts in Hie reproductive process complement Al the Clear of this difference must form both the foundation and superstructure of All plans for the improvement cry women. Of there is this fundamental difference in the sociological influence of the sexes it origin must be sought in the physiological differences Between them although the subject is now very far removed from the province of Ordinary physiology. While we fully recognize the insignificance of the merely animal differences Between the sexes As compared with their intellectual and moral influence it is note the less True that the origin of the latter is to to found in the former in the same Maimer to use an Humble illustration that the origin of the self denying disinterested Devotion of a dog to his master is to be found in that self negation which is necessary in order that a Herd of wolves May act in concert under a Leader for the general Good. A a i a rim in Russia in Ute same footing As British tora Teltea or declaring that the Rte hts of United St at citizens shall not be either impaired or abridged in any manner whatever because of religious belief passed. Joint Resolution was adopted appropriating $.x,<m for to Mark the birth place of Washington. By is m Xix i to v a i Hen he had Laten snubbed by the chief hence a the i a at once an ass began to Bray. Her he sat in dogged silence listening to i he judge charge to the jury. We. St Justice. Al ii a How a a a we a a w Idan Rose in his Sta Eliest manner and addressing the court said a i beg your no lordship but did you not hear remarkable Echo in the court room a the claim in Louisiana that no state in the Union has a greater variety of Wood and want to know Why it b that nobody establishes a manufactory of wooden Ware. All the furniture et., is brought from other states or Mahon reported the judicial appropriation Bill referred to the commute of tit whole and tie House at Otto considered it. After debate and the rejection of several Ain. Lid a is the my Taw Sod be l�3 Naya 85 i fat 1 party vote. Adj Birned the Cotton Export at new York this year is 38 per cell Over that of the same period last Winton Wimis. My Mother in Law to a Calkin advertise by for or. Bulls baby syrup subscriber a she instants that it is of More imports Nee that her family a shall to kept to full health than that so should have All the fashionable meat or Rem red yesterday Ery where dresses and style of the time she therefore see to it that. Each member Elbor of truly is supplied with enough hop totter at the first appearance of any s m pm oms of Iii health to prevent a fit of Al Kneas with it attendant sex a 11 us i us Ai a i fifth it ii prominent and to which he hat Given Many targe gifts in Money. He was soon forgotten of course and when in his poverty he applied to some of his former fellow members for assistance they coldly declined to do anything for him. Since his arrest however Many old acquaintances have come Forward with help. Ile would have fared badly in court had Nota lawyer one of Tho Jerome family who knew him la his prosperous Days happened to be present. Or. Jerome pleaded warmly for him told what he once was and How Liberal he had been in Charity and induced the judge to let him off with a Short sentence. The fall from a leading position in Wall Street to arrest tor Petty larceny is a terrible me and shows what ups and Dows May be encountered in metropolitan life. Bright hours and gloomy. A a test this Beautiful world i know not what to make of it. Sometimes it is Jim a All gladness and Sunshine anti heaven itself Lier not far Oil and then it suddenly changes and is dark and sorrowful and the Clouds shut out the Day. In the lives of the Saddest of us there As indians go what is the difference Between Kaw tribe and Tho crows Bright Days when we feel that we could take the great world in our arms. Then come gloomy hours when the fire will not Durn on our Healths and All without and within is dismal cold and Damp. Believe me every heart has it secret sorrow which the world knows not and of ten times we Call a Man cold when to is Only sad. Douglas be Mfd and a companion a much weaker wit than he were crossing a Stream. A a Well a remarked Jer Roldos companion a a we in the same boat Imp a yes a dryly replied Jerrold Quot in the same boat but with different a culls. But

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