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Burlington Hawk Eye (Newspaper) - July 12, 1890, Burlington, Iowa THE BURLINGTON HAWK-EYE. ESTABLISHED: JUNE. 1839.) BURLINGTON, IOWA, SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 12, I HIM). PRICE : 15 CENTS PER WEEK. A Resolution Calling for an International Conference. jl,e Conference Silver Hill Reported to the House—Several Hills Approved bv the President—General Washington News. Washington, .lilly ll. In tIn* -enate Mr. Teller introduced a joint resolution declaring it to be the determined policy of the United States government to use !H)th silver and sold as full legal tender money, and instructing the president to invite the governments©! the Latin union countries and of such other nations a- lie may deem advisable to join the United States in a conference to adopt a common ratio for gold and silt cr for purposes of establishing internationally the use of bi-metalic money and securing a fixity of the relative value between such metals. The conference to be held at such place as may be agreed upon by the executives of the governments joining in it. and when, in the judgement of the president of the I nited States, a siitlicient number of nations shall have entered into such international arrangement he shall declare the ratio so fixed tube the existing ratio in the United states. The president is to appoint not less than three nor more than live commissioners to attend such conference on thepart of the United States. The joint resolution was referred to the finance ronimittee. Iowa. offered a tvsolu-fernd to the commit-lations calling on the for information out he oui. Thos. T. right, liber- port as a caucus committe* question of changing the upon the senate SOUS to provide for the closure of debate at the will of the majority, aud to ascertain and report how that result can bt* attained, if deemed ti din t business. necessary, to eon- DES MOINES LEADER SEED. Frank Pierce, the “Searcher.’’ the Complainant. is tv to-dav president following McCook. Nominations. \ -111 N«. ION. July lf.—The sent to the senate the nominations: Col. Alexander Sixth infantry, to be brigadier general• Major Augustus <;. Robinson, quarter-raaster general, with rank of lieutenant colonel: ('apt. Edwin R. Atwood quartermaster. wit Ii rank r»f major. Act* Approved. W \■*111m11 o \. July ll.—The president, to-day approved tin* legislative judicial aud executive appropriation bill. the act. ti) provide an additional associate justice of tile supreme court of the territory of New-Mexico and the act to provide for the disposal of certain abandoned mili-tary reservations in Wyoming. A S institute for Dorsey’s Hill. W \sn I so ton, July ll.—The house committee on Indian affairs to-day directed a favorable report to be made on the substitute for the Dorsev bill extending the time for payments by tin* purchasers of Omaha indian lands in Nebraska. I lie substitute was framed to meet the objections made by the president in his message vetoing tin* original bill on t lo* subject. HARRISON ON THE TARIFF. Ile Claims the raper Has Libelled Him — The Leader Petitions for a Writ of Habeas Corpus — General Iowa News and Notes. [Special to The Hawk-Eye.] Des Moines. July ll.—Warrant' for tin* arrest of Henry Slivers, editor of tin* Lender. II. II. Jones, city editor, and I!. L. Harding, business manager, as indicated last evening, were served late this afternoon ny Frank Pierce, tin* complainant. who was appointed as a special constable for the purpose of sen big the wrrit. The defendants have tiled a petition for a writ"of habeas forint*, on tin* grounds that Parrot is not a justice of tile peace and has no authority t.o receive complaints or issue warrants. Because Grant township for which lawns elected justice was abolished by aet of the board of supervisors on July sth and all the proceedings were taken since that date. The petition will be beard to-morrow, and tin* outcome is watched with great interest. Un* tir-t. of August be moved to Aledo, at which place it will continue to lie issued under the present management. We hail with delight tin* emerging presence of .tin* Tit Hex in this city. Tin* Mercer county institute, now in session here in the high school building. will close to-day. Good work has been dom*. Au Epidemic of Typhoid Fever. [Special to The Hawk-Eye.I Di s Moines, July ll.—Governor Boies returned from the Clarinda hospital for the insane to-day and reports there is an unexplainable epidemic of typhoid fever at that institution, whirl] both puzzles and worries the authorities. There are at least fifteen now prostrated, and the number is increasing. The institution is a comparatively new one. Some place the cause on the defective sewerage, others on impure ice used in the drinking water. A full investigation will In* made. A TERRIBLE DISASTER. HUSBAND. WIFE AND BABE. The “OUR HUSBANDS" IN IOWA. VI I t he I iii- Mr. W iison. of tint) which w a- re lee on foreign re secretary of state subject of an A merman cit b Collins- firing deprived of hi. tv and property in Manilla, in the Philippine islands: and as to what action has been taken in regard to the matter by lim state department. Tin* senate proceeded with the consideration of the senate I ii 11 to establish the United States land court aud to provide for the settlement of private land Cairns in New Mexico. Wyoming. Arizona. Flail. Nevada, and Colorado, such ■aims being tty virtimof Spanish or Mexican rights. The bill was discussed until two o'clock w hen the shipping bills were taken up as unfinished business, and Gibson addressed the senate*. He argued against t lie proposed suijsidies for ships, but was in favor of moderate ]>ostaI subsidies. He spoke of the importance of establishing a line of steamships to trade with the Congo country; the building of a government dry dock at New Orleans, and reforming the tar-:tf by admitting commodities from South \merican states at lower rates of duties. Ile a pealed to the chairman of tin* committee on commerce (Frye) to relax the rigidity of his policy: to allow ships to be purchased abroad and sailed under the American flag: to take off the tariff duties from materials, supplies and outfits that go into the construction and sailing of ships, and to accept usa compromise the policy of giving p< >st a I subsidies to American-built vessels. Mr. Coke said be had to frame a bill to place th'* American Merchant Marine on an equality with those of other nations. He would not commence with taxing the people for the payment of subsidies, but would take hold of the shipping laws of the Tinted States and repeal them. It was simply impossible under the existing j tariff and navigation laws to build tip the foreign carrying trade of the United ; States. Mr. Vest offered a- a substitute for the nil! as to the American Merchant Marine a provision for free ships, to be used only in the foreign carrying trade, not in coastwise or lake trade. The bills went over without ai tion after an unsuccessful effort by Fi ve to have an agreement to vote upon them to-morrow. After an executive session the senate adjourned. Ile Nays That Dnesti.m is the Most port ant Due of the Day. < HU too. July IL- The .Imiriml this ' veiling publishes a telegram under date of Carlisle. Pennsylvania, giving the text of a letter written by President Harrison. I he letter says in part:    “The tariff question is tin* most important of the day and the people should be thoroughly educated on it. As there is no doubt the farm element is tin* back bone of this or any other free government, it is necessary that they should understand this so they can choose between free trade and protection. The free trade question is a dangerous one to handle and if it should win in I >1)2 it would cause great distress throughout tin* land, something never experienced by tin* American people." A TIN CUP MILLIONAIRE. Hen Lewis, Bankrupt iii I KHA, Now Worth WIST.OOO.OOO. M. Lol ls. July ll.—Among the St. Louis business men who went to the wall on ‘’Black Friday." as February CT. I‘■“Ck is locally known to grain operators bere, was Benjamin \V. Lewis, who was short 'a rents on r>.OOO,OOO bushels of wheat. Ile became a hopeless bankrupt. Shortly after his misfortune lie went west, locating at Gunnison. Fob. where lie became a hotel keeper. To-dav he is the owner of what are said to be the richest mines in the world, situated near Tin Cup. Col. They rival the famous Comstock lode. and a conservative estimate places their value at "j st.oho.boo. Lewis has written Ins old friends here that he was down to his last dime when in* opened the mine. Two men are taking out SIO,OOO worth of stuff a day by the most primitive methods. Lewis was so poor when he left here that friends made up a pur-e for him. THE HOUSE. I In* ( imlen th*- si I \ i Hill •in-*- Report on Present ell. Washing lox. July ll. In the house I*» rkiiiof Kansas, presented tin* conference report on the Dill granting a right "f way ai rns th,. Mille Lacs Indian reservation to the Little I a11 - Mille Lacs and Lake Superior Railroad company. Further proceedings were dispensed with and tin* conference report was adopted. Mr. Conger, of Iowa. presell I cd tin* 'inference report en the silver lull. After 'i had been read a question of consideration was raised by Blam!, of Missouri. The question wa- put:    •Will    tin* house proceed to tin* consideration of the eon-‘crenel* report." and it resulted.yeas IOO. rays lf. The speaker being unable to record a quorum a eail of the house wats Mien ordered. < Mi the call one hundred md ninety-four members-—more than a quorum responded to their name-*, It. was then agreed, on suggestion of Fount, of Georgia, that a four hoursjde-nie he allowed to-morrow on the report. it tin* end of which time the previous question should be ordered The bouse ’hen took a reefs-. At the evening session, on the first uension bill called up Etilo**. of Tennessee. made the point of no quorum and 'he house adjourned. MAY APPOINT MR. BOIES. I motlier to tin* Iowa Governor iii Training for a Place Fuller Harrison. Washington. July ti. It is reported to-day that John Iv. Boies, of Hudson. Mich., will be shortly appointed to a Jarl in lilt* diplomatic service. lite 0 --gnat ion of cx-Scnator Thomas \\ Ihibiier as minister to Spain leaves the state of Michigan without any represen-’alien in the foreign service and the republicans of that commonwealth are insisting ujion another appointment. J he probabilities are that one of the representatives to sum** of tin* minor continental courts w ill In- sent to Madrid and that the vaeancv thus created will be given to Air. Boies. v\ Im is. bv the way. a brother of the present democratic gov- 1 ruer of Iowa. GENERAL WASHINGTON NEWS. V mil lo Revive tin* Rank til l.ieutenant of t lo* Army. W \s111y*, ion. July ll. The house committee on military affairs to-day directed a favorable report on the Dill to '•vive the rank of lieutenant general of the army. The bill permits the president to appoint to that office an officer of Jo* army distinguished for his skill and hraverv in tin* late war and tho office is to expire upon his retirement. of KILLED BY AN EXPLOSION. \ Motlier Heroines Insane on Hearing of tile Deatli of Her Husband anil Son. New YOUK, July ll.—Christian Eckert was killed this morning by the explosion of a gas generator aud his two sons were seriously burned. They were making soda water at the time of the explosion. Uis son, Chester, aged eighteen, died in the hospital later but the other son will recover. The widow and motlier had four other children. She became insane and cannot be found. ACCIDENTALLY SHOT. \ Target Rill** Gets in Its Work on a I I-Vear.Dbl Hoy Named Clausen. Newton. July ll. Wednesday morning about eleven o'clock Henry Clausen. aged eleven years, aud son of one of Newton - most respected citizens, while shooting al a mark on a telephone [lost with a target rifle, accidentally shot a boy named Jimmie Hunter, from the country, who was companions around Physicians attended ll. Youngs Address Hr fort Woman's Club of Marshalltown. M .v its n A El. row x. Iowa. July ll.— At .i meeting of the Woman's club Mrs. lf. p. Voting caused quite a st if by her response to the toast "Our Husbands." Ginning Burns. Mrs. Young began: “llunhand, husband, cease y our sti iiv. No longer idly rave, sir; Though I am y our wedded wife. Yet I'm not your slave, sir “How shall we preserve our husbands?" continued Mrs. Young. “In selecting your husbands you should not be guided bv the silvery appearance as in mackerel. Nor by the golden tint a-found in salmon. Be sun* to select him yourself, as tastes differ. Do not go to market for him. as the best arc always brought to your door. It is far better to have none. unless you know how to preserve him. Some women do this by-keeping him in hot water. Others let him freeze tty their carelessness and indifference. Some keep them in a stew by irritating ways and moods, others roast them or keep them in pickle all their lives. “It cannot bi* expected that any husband will be tender and good managed in this way. The only true way to do with him is to preserve him. To do this you must have a preserving kettle of the finest. porcelain; or if that is unattainable. an earthenware pipkin w ill do with care. See that the linen in which lie is to be preserved is nicely prepared. Tie bim in the kettle with a strong silk cord called •comfort..' a** the one called ’duty ' is apt to be weak, aud lie might fly out of the kettle and be burned. (You must remember that husbands are like crabs and lobster-, they have to be prepared while alive.) Make a clear, steady fin* out of love. neatness and cheerfulness. Set him as near the tire as seems to agree with him. If lie sputters and fizzes, do not lie anxious. Some husbands w ill do this until they are quite done. Adda little sugar occasionally in the form of what confectioners call ’kisses.' but bt* cart ful to avoid pepper or vinegar, as these things spoil the flavor. A little spice improves them, but it must be used with good judgment. Do not stick any sharp iilstrument into him to sc* if he is becoming tender. But stir him gently, watching the while lest he lie too flat and close iii th** kettle, for then he soon becomes spoiled and useless. \\ .itch Iii in carefully and you cannot fail to know when he is done. “If thus treated, you will find that yon have a vv** 11 preserved husband that will prove a joy to you and tile children, and In* will keep a- long as you need him. unit*-- you become careless and set Iiirn in too cool a place. •’’A king for t he beaut i Till realm cullet] home. Anti a man tHilt the Milker, God. Shull look upon its He did the first. \ ml say—it is very good.”’ A BOX FACTORY STRIKE. playing with a pond near I HIU* bv. I In* bt>v 'and In probably not in. danger. FEARS OF AN EPIDEMIC. entail I'ov Reported ut Laredo, leva Asiatic Cholera at Pittsburg. New Yoijk. July ll. \ San Antonio -pedal says that many deaths from -mall pox have occurred at Laredoand that the epidemic i- increasing. Bi i i-ut ut.. July IL- A ease of alleged Asiatic cholera was reported y ester-ilay. Tin* health department i- investi-gai iug t In* matte). HUNGRY CLOAKMAKERS. Lockout Tile sit nut iou in the New York still Unchanged. NJ w 'louis. July ll.—The situation among tin* locked-out cloakmaker- is unchanged. About forty-five Polish Jews detained at the barge office this as corning under et in tract to places of th< *lofked-out eloak-Tlicv wert* beld for examina- Rclii-al to Work Extra Hours Because «»I Hot Weather tile Cause. Mrs \ IIM .Ialy ll. \ majority of I th** expert sawers at tin* box factory are i taking things leisurely, having gone tnt a strike. The proprietors had sent a boy to notify tin* men to be on hand after —*i supper the other night, but the men j thought ten hours' work on a hot day was all they wanted and failed to put in an appearance until next morning. When they learned that the engineer was on hand at evening and undertook to work at their machines, they at once demanded Ids discharge for being meddlesome, and this request being refused, they quit work. The striking sawers were formerly member- of tin* ( hicago and St. Louis unions. The factory manages to operate without its expert help. though somewhat inconvenienced. Heretofore when the company went rushed with order- the men have never objected to working after hour-. were morning taket he makers. t ion. STANLEY ILL. 11»- M:«> lla\c Stanley v of gas lit nr Hag** to Miss Tennant to He Post |»one»l. I,omo*\. July 11.*-- Henry M i- suffering from a severe attal triti- aud i- confined to bis lied. It is feared that his marriage to Miss Dorothy Tennant, which is arranged to.take place in Westminister Abbey to-morrow, will have to be postponed on account of hi-illnes-. Railroad Men Ret urn to Work. Lot i-vii.ee. July IL—Men returned to work at noon to-day on agreement that lite general manager J the Louisville aud Nashville railroad shall thoroughly investigate the demand- and complaints made by tho men and at the end of ten days give them final decision as to what w ill be done in the way of grant mg t hem. WHY THE WIVES COME HOME. An Innocent Advertisement that Paused Murli I 'Headiness. Weee-houo. Ind.. July ll. The following advertisement appeared in tin* “Personal" column of thoSlnr last Saturday: I ti ENT I. KM AN WH OSK will. IS AWAY .A for t fie sn Hillier wishes to meet discreet lively young indy to accompany to places of amusement. Address “Lonely,” Star < Mtice. AU went right till Monday morning. when the trains began to bring in suspicious wives who had left their husbands in town while they went to the seaside, the country and elsewhere for recreation. t he •ret ary A i'ommiinieation Front state. VY v-iiino ! * *N. July ll.-—The president • o-day transmitted to congress two eom-tiiUi!Scat ions from the secretary of state. ■ nclosiug the report of the International \ ruer iran conference concerning the pronation of patent-, trad'* marks and copyrights in commerce between the Ameri-1 st ti republics and action for the better protection of public health against eon-I ;tiglons diseases. Iii Favor of the Baker Hill. Washington, July ll.—The house ntmniltee on commerce to-day heard argument, by General Walker, of < hicago. ti advocacy of the pending Baker bill, providing for the amendment of the interstate commerce aet in relation to the -ale of tickets bv scalpers, and other matter-. To C hange tin* Senate Rule-. Washington. July ll.—Carrying out the instructions of tile republican senatorial caucus. < hair ma n Edmunds has appointed Senators Hoar. Spooner, l ive and Moody, together with Senators Al-ffrieh, Sherman and Ingalls, republican members on tin* rules committee, to r*1- and nutri-eombined of plants beneficial to the gently, on the kid-bowels. effectually system, dispelling colds and curing habitual con li.— A bagh length-, was of Cherrill N ■sterday after-Donahue Ernest bank i nreot. located Syrup of Figs, Produced from the laxative lions juice of t alifornia figs with the medicinal virtue-known to be the most human system, aet neys. liver and cleansing the and headache -ti pat ion An I ii welcome Customer special to Tin* Hawk-Eye.I • A UT ll.VGK. I !!•■ J iffy blacksnake, four    feet in killed in the private office. Shall's exchange    hank y< noon by book k ce pet and Willie Dunn. Th on a principal business Hosford’* Acid Phosphate. II yon are Nervous. and can cannot steep, try it. The Patriarchial Circle. \Y aik i: sit a . Wis.. July ii. -lim supreme temple    of the    I’at ruin    huff Circle to-dav elected officers as    follows: \ lex Donald, of Minnesota, supreme council: T. T. Anderson, of Bloomington. Ii ll i nots. marshal. __ The delicious fragrance, refreshing cool-n ..ss anil soft beauty imparted to the skin by Fozzoni's Powder, commends it to a ladies. \ Lumber Company Assign* tax, INN VTI. <>.. July ll.—The Stones Hines Lumber company assigned today.    Liabilities,    sso.ooo to Slbo.OOO: assets, si00.000._______ —Summer clothing ut Eisfeld s. SAVED BY HER CORSET. A steel Hail*! stops a Deadly Bullet. Haveni’out. July ll.-—Mrs. Lu- Boos. of this city, probably owe- her life lo lier corset. John Kerwin was celebrating with a revolver the other day, when one of the bullet- accidentally hit Mrs. Boos in the side. She thought she wa- badly wounded at tir-t. but an investigation developed that the ball had been stopped by on** of tin* -te«*l hands of her corset. Funeral of Es-Congre*sman Lyman [Special to The HawK-Eye.l t o! M ii, Bi,I.EEs. July ll. The funeral of ex-Congres-man Lyman occurred this afternoon. Ile was buried with Masonic honors, the Grand Army of the Republic and Royal Arcanum attending iii a body. Tile casket was beautifully flanked with Horal emblems. This morning from nine to twelve, thousands of his intimate friends viewed the remain- lying in -tate at the house. Funeral of the Wendlaudt Suicides A Sad story. New Yuiik. July ll. Si. Johns church at llohokon was thronged with people last Thursday. Two massive oaken caskets stood in front of the altar. the silver trimmings on which were very heavy. The good people were stricken with sorrow. Franz Wendlandt. the university student, the poet, the musician. the scholar, was dead because he could not get food, and his sweet-faced wife and the little one were dead. too. Ile could not get enough food for them either. So when this man deliberately killed himself and persuaded the wife to join him in the dark waters with the little one so that they be not separated in death, the good people of Hoboken were struck to tin* heart. There was money a-plenty. The committee had to refuse contributions to defray the expense of tile burial. 'Fin* church was terribly crowded, and nearly evert one of prominence in Hoboken was there. Mrs. Amelia Kiiobbc. who recently became Mrs. Deplace, the legal creditor who was about to seize the little belongings of the Wendlandts. was there. It. was she that scoffed the idea that Wendlandt had committed suicide. The deep toned organ swelled out its solemn music, tie* same music which young Franz Wendlandt loved so well to draw forth. Pastor Freund shook his snowy hair from his forehead and began to speak earnest ly, touchingly. He gently chided his people for holding tothe old medieval idea of refusing suicides Christian burial. Ile spoke of the man's terrible struggle with poverty. He followed the workings of his mind through those dark days. Then in a tender, loving way he pronounced a benediction over th** unfortunate. Their sorrow was so terrible, lie said. that Christ would forgive them. Rev. Gottlieb Aminic, of South Bergen, followed. Wendlandt was the organist of th** Third Reformed Church of P«a-vanno. of which Rev. Aminic is the pastor. Pastor Amtrac wa- very much di-J turtled by the tragedy, lie grew v*ry earnest over it. He showed that Wend-landt's training, education and life unfitted him for a hand to hand struggle for existence. His pride would not let him beg. He was a stranger. By working all night fora German newspaper Im could sometimes make >?. He tried a dozen different things without success. He saw no hope in the future. II** could only die. Then the crowd came forth to look upon the dead. Wendlandt s casket was not, opened. Du the top wa- a photograph showing his handsome, refined face to advantage. The tiny bal)** lay in the arms of jps mother. The little one had only a taste of life. IL* lived in his mother's arm. II** died there. He was there when they found the bodies. Still Ii** rests with her. The little form was ail in white. The little lips were pursed in a pout. The mother'- face was calm aud peaceful. Only the whiteness of death was tiler**. It was a sweet face, with sorrowful lines in it. Then they took lh** little family away to Hoboken cemetery. Wendlandt wa- graduated from some of th** highest of th** German universities. Less than a year ago in* married a woman who was beneath him in social position. This caused a rupture with his family. IU* wa- -cut to America. Ile arrived in Hoboken on December ?.I. and went to live with Jacob Smith. He left him in debt. Iii March Mrs. Knohhe loaned Wendlandt -fir, with w Ii ie h to purihase household goods, and took ;i mortgage on th** house. When Mrs. Knobbe married again on July I. sh** furelosed th** mortgage. Wendlandt had three days to raise the money. Being unsuccessful lie went with his wife aud babe a few days later to the free swimming baths at the foot of Fifth -I feet. 'They threw themselves in tin* \\afer at that place. A BISHOP'S APPOINTMENT "KILLED." The Roman Propaganda's. Respect fur the American Bishops' Recoin nientla-at ion. Sr. Lot I-. July ll. A special cablegram to tim Western Wtitthiniin brings th** news from Rome that the propaganda ha- arrested the appointment of Bishop Bourke as bishopof the combined diocese of Omaha and Cheyenne. The importance of the news arises from lh** fact that it i- evident the propaganda will not sanction Roman appointment as against, the recommendation of the congress of American bishops. On Bishop O'Connor’s death the bishops of th** province were called together in 111 is «• it y and sent their names to Rome from which to choose a successor. It was generally believed Vicar General Philip Brady, of St. Louis, would receive the appointment. The bishops will again recommend Brady as this action shows an unprecedented regard for the American bishops' recommendations and it is thought that it indicates that the time for tin* arbitrary government of the American church promotions by the Italian propaganda is passed. A Crowd of People Precipitated Into the Water at Dartmouth. N molter ore llrownnl ami Manx seriously Injured—A Terrine Explosion Iii Chicago Results in Many Deaths. ll \ i.ii iv. July ll. -A terrible accident occurred at Dartmouth, to-night bv which a number of people were drowned. but the exact number of victims ran not tie known till to-morrow. The disaster happened by reason of a chain attached to a ferry boat slipping out of place and allowing the front of the bridge to -ink and precipitate a crowd of -ix hundred to seven hundred men, women and children into the water. The people were crowded there awaiting for ti he new ferry steamer Annex, just arrived from New York, to dock. When the -teamer got within two feet of tin* landing a number of persons jumped on board and at that moment the accident occurred. The other end of the bridge went, down suddenly and the terror stricken crowd slipped off into the harbor as though they were deseend-a piling slide, on top Lf each oilier shrieking for help and scrambling for means of safety. For some minutes there was a confused mass of women, men and children struggling in the water, but the accident had hardly happened before a dozen men leaped to the rescue. The drowing people wa r** rapidly passed up to men standing above outlie wharves, and tin* rapidity wit it which rescuers performed the work resulted in a great majoritv of those who fell in being saved from death. When the crowd slipped off tin* landing-stage the people around, numbering some hundreds. crowded to th** sides of til** wharf and threw sticks and boards to tin* st niggling mass in the water, while a number of life-preservers wen* t brown I hem from the steamer. Many people were st ruck aud injured by flying boards and all tim bodies recoved bear cuts and bruises. The statement of spectators show that most of those who fell in were women and children and tin* -cene- immediately following tin*disaster were frightful. When all those in -iglu had been brought to land, the work of grappling for tin* drowned one- commenced. Within two hours four bodies were recovered, but up to midnight no other victims had been found. It is believed at least three or four others arc l**-t. Intense excitement prevailed in Dartmouth and Halifax when tin* news of the disaster spread and t housand- flocked to t he -cern*. where they remained until a late hour, watching those working in tin* water. Owing to tin* confusion, it i- impossible to tell who are missing, but tin* number cannot be large. Tin* name- of those whose bodies were recovered are:    Mi    — Bessie Foster. Deter Boyle. Mis- A11 it* Synott and John Bundy (colored*. iiridge over Spoon river. -i\t*'en mil**-east of here. was destroyed bv fire v»*s- [ terday evening in twenty minutes. 'I'in* I loss i- ST.OOO. 'Trains were flagged in I time to prevent accidents. Two hundred I men are rebuilding the bridge. Fire iii a Brewery. i’ll 11 .A HEI.1*111 \ . .lilly ll. The fir* wet v of the Henry Mulier Brewing company was damaged by fir** tins morning to tin* extent *if -loo.non. Two men were badly injured. ELLA CORDELL'S MURDER. Fresh Flews Discovered suspicion- I barad er«« I inter strict surveillance. ll will.ion. Iii.. July ll. i’inkcrton detectives ar** busy in tiffs l it*, working up evidence in tin* murder of Ella Bordel!, of Industry. McDonough county. It is now learned thut all parties suspicions! of tin* crime ar** under watch, and that some very startling developments will soon lie made. (tin* of the detectives has been visiting Warsaw, bnf as yet it * annot be learned for what reason. A bundle of lied clothing wrapp' d around a carpet was found mar here and i- in possession of th** authorities, and there i- reason to believe that Dm find has something to do with Elia < or-dell's murder. Tin* murder wa- doubtless committed at Keokuk. Detective-say they will -non reveal th* entire plot and bring th** murderers to justice. Arrest of it Supposed Counterfeit cr. M \t oui;. III.. July ll. < oiisidcrabie excitement has been occasioned in McDonough and th** western part "I Hancock county over th** arrest of on** Lewis Mifflin who is supposed to be ii tin head 'if a band of counterfeiter-. Th** gang has had it- headquarter- at Yi-hnu Springs, a summer resort in McDonough county, and a quantity of crooked -ilvr dollars ha-been madcaud circulated, ii i is thought the entire gang will soon .*• J captured. A II orrildc front*. In in iv. J illy ll. I lite!1 igcin < i i a -readied lur** that a man named John Hart. living af Ballyneai. murder* *1 hi-mother and then chopped her body to pieces. When tin* crime wa- discovered Hart wa- found lying hc-id* th* remain-eat big a port iou of t h* in. Hanged tor Murder. B11 :m en g I EVM. Alabama. J ui;. Ii. A fred Cooper, colored, was hanged at noon to-day for th** murder of Jeff Lodger. He confessed hi- guilt. New Oui.ea.xs. July ll. Win. Johnson. colored, who murdered hi-paramour last April, wa- hanged lier** to-day. Va Nr or VKI:. Wash.. July ll. Edward Gallagher wa- hanged thi- aft* rn*H>u for tin* murder of Louis Vial Ile died cursing the sheriff AN INNOCENT MAN. TELLING HOW TO TEACH. Progress in the National Educational Association at St. Paul. storm Ruined l»y a Resolution De* larin* Thursday'* f lection of Officer- Illegal Work iii the Various Department- Si. I’\! I..Iii. ii. \ t * *-*i .i y - -*•» - i* in of the national educational a--***nation Dr. Hewett, of Ohio, arose iou question 1 of privilege to deny til** published state- ' merit regard ii g his candida* v for tim presidency. Alexander Forbes. <»: I moi-, then got th** floor on a question of privilege and read from th*: constitution of the ,t--ocia t ion to prove that lh** method of tile election of officer- yesterday had imen illegal and was therefore null and void. Ile offered a -erie-of resolutions -etting forth this statement and moved that th* ♦ lection of officers be now held Hi-molion wa- bruited lute] \ seconded, aud ( ii** -poke in support of it. He -aid iii** ! constitution provided far an election bv ballot, which had not been granted. I Neither was there any record of any election nor of th* announcement of limby th** president Hi- speech wa- heartily applauded. (’resident. Canfield explained tiftr tin* present constitution had been adopted for a small bo«iv. and wa- iii many ways unsuited for tin* greatly augmented numbers of tim present organization Th** very rapid growth of tii*• assis-union had corn pel cd the waiving of manx constitutional provisions, and it would now be physicaliv impossible to carry out all the exact provisions of the constitution. He argued strongly iii favor of tile advisability of the a* lion Taken, saying it was I letter to make one mistake than a th«*u--and in trying to obey th* ion No. I a. percentage s'7. Rapids Division sixth, s pm. Ft. Chicago per s?oo: Muncy Iii ii-, per centage Cr**— Division. centage. -o.7n. division comma ’kern. H on prize, <»:    first ♦ division home b* ’ Divisji Ne No Dea on. S* Albany Dtvi-any. indiana. M'tO Grand 'centage s7.1 ?; Divisor) No. I, a,.7s; -eventh. Is. I nit la n a po-'hth. spsi. Red lh Xi bat tai No. -loo.t from Abbol Massac*, of Illinoi plificai io M'tO. I rcgimci MI N* File a wart e rim D: ga n * Bi he Ije-t IOO. A. First a1 ion special prize. hgesf di—tancc ai I road route. Ta!! River. vision No. 1.7. >ri/.e.for cxcm-work before th i prerne WITH LOCKED HORN? Hart! veil' struggle iii th** Ile mix rat M ( intern of Iii*- sixteenth Olio District. • ' >1.1 MISE-. < ti, wa- a supposilio erat!* eoiigres-ioi -ix teen tit di-trict ad ion mod last iii: be fixed up arid a big tin* early t Tiff- was riot ti tion ■ - hav,ng gre upon a man to pit first ballot tics ll. Titer. . imn th** <l<*m<-• ntion for th*-*>n ;ft < >rv iii* . matters would I IVV I Mi nom i nail* .lloting t • ' ase an* diffieul igairi-t *1 W made di - morn ii th* in setth Mc Hi former boldin: having pulled ami "sh* t r ek h W to AN w a- law for tit** reasons given the motion and resolutions o Harley, of Wisconsin, w Ii oudcd Forbes' motion, appeal chair, but President Canfield hear hi- appeal and hi- d ll* •tter dei ar* GENERAL FOREIGN NEWS. it of order. » had see- •d from t Im refit -cd to ■cistori wa rn. t ‘op** Julv gre hi- for •ted with cornbin' hair ca of the m il. and -•"inn ; A TERRIFIC EXPLOSION. A \ nm her of I Vo pie K ii Ie*! on t In* Cli lea go River. Clin von. July IF A frightful explosion occurred to-night on th** steam* r Tioga. 'Thirty people were aboard the steamer at the time. W hen the work of rescuing tin* survivors had begun, which was almost instantly after the explosion only two people could be be found who escaped unhurt. To make matters worse fir** broke out on the wrecked vessel and hug** volumes of Haines and smoke impeded th** searchers for tin* dead and dying. 'The bursting of th** steamers boiler was tin* cause of the eata-trophc. it was on the Chicago river at th** foot of Washington street that the explosion occurred. 'This locality is ii, th** heart «»f iii** city and the explosion brought people running in terror out of tall buildings blocks away. Most of the victims were Ciffeagoans -stevedores who wet** unloading the Vessel. Only three of the Tioga's* r* vv were reported on th** list. Til** tire wa-a stubborn on** and mad** it impossible at the time to verify the report that the boilers had exploded. A statement was current that th** explosion was tine to another ca use—t he ac aden ta! light I ng of a large quantity of combustibles in th** nan*nv routines of th** 'Tioga'- deep hold. In ti**’ ho'd near the steamer'-stern was where th** lire held sway. Through bursts <d tire could be seen a great jagged cleft in th** Tioga - decks and cabin, aud on th** tab smoke -tacks dangled a hug** frame work of timber swaying backward and forward, telling of the terrific fore* of the explosion. | which sent it there from thirty feet below. W hile th** lit* wa- -till in progress. an a—elated pr**:—> reporter met th** captain of the ill-fated steamer on the forward deck. I Ii** officer consented to stop long enough in his task of straightening (nit th** confusion prevailing to give a statement of what he knew of the wreck. Said he:    “My mum* is ('apt. A A. I'help-. I arrived here last evening from Buffalo, in command of tin* Tioga, and we were unloading at this dock when the explosion took place this evening. I was in the freight shed on the dock when I heard a terrific noise, and running out -;l\v tin north quarter of th** vessel enveloped in steam. I All of the crew of twenty-live men were either aboard at th** tim** or were on th** dock or in the freight house. I found, after careful -canli, that all but three wen* accounted for and safe. Those three, all from Buffalo. Hut Ile Rung a Flicstmtl on a ( lib ago I'nlict-mail anil Fame to (.ro t From tin* Arkan-aw Travel*-!. Iii Chicago one night last week a nirely-dre-sed man was caught in th** act of attempting to pass <-outerf* it mon* v. and was taken to th** puli*-* station. When drawn up before court iii** next morning he seemed instant Iv to awaken an interest in th** judge, for h** wa- in- the report educational co dropped for t h t he meeting. t • corge F. Brown. **    ! resolution on th* Cobnut ( hicago. recommending of Pro! • * V To - * . as commissioner of chi; p< isition. Th** first paper of the "Organization and -y st** aud individuality iii teat by Henry Sabirt. of D**s Th** eoneluding palier I applaw led burn* president ie mat an th* a |>|io Minn tit rn* capo! ta* deed a tine-Io bred air and ivene-s. •/What i- von:    nam* asked. “I ain Leroy Wa Univ* W hell the officers that arrest were examined, ti to Ivory Wallraven and sorrv for von. It doe- m king fellow with a well striking cypres- I tie jUOge ll." h** replied, had made the e .judge turned said:    "I    am t require much of ait effort to -J in udgrnent upon th** misdeeds *>! a man who-** appearance bespeaks a hard life. but it requires an in-comfortable e\.*r< i-»* of nerve to pass sentence upon a mer** youth that bears th** aspect of gentle training." “Judge." the prisoner spoke    Up. •• plea-** do not **\«*r* i-** y * >'. r mu v • t *. a ii uncomfortable extern on my a att) perfectly willing to relieve responsibility in tiff- matter you may discharge rn**, “Ah. I suppose -*». th*- idgc r* "but you -ce I have a duty ti* per Yon ar** charged w it h a ”*-mpt i ng ti counterfeit money, and a- th** rn was at si «>pc . -ion -. United >ta tion W. T. I At a meet morning wa- on iii vs. originality her and pupil." Moines. Iowa. of the morning lunation of tic- work arui university and school ext coof reading and lect ut *-- by I*- Commissioner of Kdm-a- layden. ng of tlie board of • ti i i ir-cij Ti* Lox I***: mg more and tii**v < .iii.ni.i' Out.. J Rev cill I ••niton I. ar* lav r iii A I)*-* reuse el < holer;*. Milden) *tt in; Fro VI iii; ut a I ll I.loll ew York sun. Id of a Texas t tiff- afternoon an informal taken on th** pla* ** to hold tining. It resulted iii ?o for Sar lo for 'Toronto. Ontario. Th** not decide th** matter beyond wa- referred to a committee consider th** propo-ition- of cities and decide thereon. During th** afternoon tin- v partment- met for tin* la-r tim The kindergarten department or t La I’cm th** •la! ■ to int. of -Im against von i- dir**'t. there ran doubt of your guilt." “I don't t hilt k t ha t I a iii guilty. “Don't think that you are?" ■ • No. sir, I do not." “Why. don't von know wheth*-) you ar** guiltv?" ••Well. I can not p. •-i t: \ •-1 \ -ay. truth is. I vv a- very min Ii into la-:    night,    and    hardly know what I ain sure. however, that I never * any counterfeit money I attempted to pass a w cannot understand how I I * >rm. ■ pa --proof be no about wort hh am v it in ••it moi tried t “But you *1 iii c<»m*- I and ol alit lie counter -a w I t Link t In* bill y • > the wurst." “W ill VO plea-** ;.*t me -.* Th** judge handed him a p paper. 'Th** young fellow for a moment arid then i laughter “You needn't laugh.* y W hat von now peleeiv * I* counterfeit might. * a -1    **v< seemed '"level' etiollge !opa — "I am not laughing at tIi* tie* counterfeit: I arn laity maimer in w ti ji lt t he bi ll * possession. I am an aet** iii — ti e by si un*- fig* or in*! Th* ma t**(i I did arrie* and ii president Mailman. Jones, of president ■ ary school The gen a finishing -cli -econdary **d Lee Seller-. Baker, of • oho era! topic, and divisions. The college * question of col til** mat tee of r leges in getter; Committe** I* depart merit on manna! traiuii of Brook l ings. president. Hon. Aaron paper before t voeatiug mush ell sc ho* ii*- -am* I OI It Bor •ar. . In Mr depart men (lo, r*-a< flier- f«I •pa rt Huge admi ■-im' it* i-idefed •part rn** and .la a p« rector- I get up a fight betwim >-n two in; hog- ami .* was j a puma reminds rn** * >f a queer proeeed- meet - ing in our old mini - 1" N«-v aff.* [a and I There were plenty of mountain lion- e doe-I prow, jug tro ud u t ii*>-*■ day-, ami nm* off dav w.* built a *1* aiifall in hope- to five to I make a capture. Tin * “fa w a- a It* av v ,* t WO I I I* *g. vv h ieh wa - int* •tided to break the S lion*- back. but one 1 0gilt a varmint wa- It- de - ; . aught iii such a w ay lll.-.t he wa- Si III pl V is year. ! held <low ll ami not a bit injured. He (•ted a 11 (-grow a- -avagc a- a meat Eudora 1 ax. aud we had an awful time getting IF S. him down to camp and . aged up. We elected calculated on -el jug i tim for a good. round L'flM'llt" j -nm. but after about a vv, * h along * a im- j a man w itll t he meat "■st looking cur dos h«H» a* j at hi- L*-**l- you • v* cr-aw. 'The anima! bv I In-* wa- gaunt, wi!d-**ve. J. bom* y and awk- rn. ii. , wani. ami ii** didn't \\»‘iuh over IWf'Iv** Ill* s ll. i pounds at the m«»- F I ii** matt heard s on a g* on -pc, oil-, t ca t i •red is Mc i. wa re ted *d * Pe a ran ming. Ila v rank ne— * tiling at til arn** into iii • and playe .Iud: ort. -dig id. it by I in* t fear will new trite frag' eiiuc warn g preh It o wort groin r brandle inby. of tin pied an the race J *rned not and part rn** ■ part « he pla* itll alit! i-iana -u -' ii ad-t h ** We i,der ‘red dog u in pc tmii Aft. Sill • ‘lit imped ti • bin ch. VV demand- w a-;t ml ■rmmcii at tn-v whit ..red prog I i s a ti* negr* * jest ri out Ie •ad I men. it hin the the * and 11 at ional • ■liable* ■ int**! quai dan ■t TOI a-* •k Maid. I land t lire** t here men uddi-• labor-g t he un-are po-i- N**t Ai* “Drigiual I’ackaj;**." Bimogeport. Ct., July 11.—Judge Kid* si y i ii I he city court, to-day gave a decision on th** question of the-ale of liquor in original packages. V. II. Chase, proprietor of a saloon, who was refused a license, claimed that In* had not been selling-inc** July I. Evidence showed that a bottle of ah* and corkscrew had been given to a customer, and Attorney Judson claimed that such sal** was in an original package and came within the recent decision of the -upreme court of th** United States. Judge Kelsey held that in this rase theorigina! package wa-the barrel in which the bottles of ale were shipped, and lined Case <1?7 and costs. An appeal was taken. I 'oil ii<l Buried in a Trench. [Special to The Hawk-Eye.] Slot \ City. Fe. July ll. The dead body of Joint W est. a laborer, was taken from a water trench tiff- morning. A cave-in occurred on Wednesday. West was the only person working on the job aud was not missed. The contractor was informed that he had unit work, and it was only when the workmen commenced to clear out the trench this morning that his whereabouts were di-**overed. Item from Aledo. ('on t'spondenee of The Hawk-Eye. At.EDD. ll!.. July IF—Professor J-R. Wylie, who Ila- been conducting an academy at this place for the {.ast three years ha- been elected and accepted a sitution. a- principal, of th** Ottawa. Kansas, schools. The academy here will bo discontinued, unless a new man is found who will continue til** institution. and to which effect a movement is on foot. The Time*, of Keithsburg will, on tin Change of life, backache, monthly irregularities. hot flashes, are cured by Dr. Miles" Nervine. Free samples at J H-Witte's drug store .An liiHHiif Mot her’* A*-t. Troy. N. Y.. July ll.—Mrs. .la-. Williams, near Fair Haven. Vermont. this morning, murdered her two children. a girl of seventeen and a boy of -i\. -et lire to lier lions** and cut lier own throat. She was undoubtedly insane. Deatli of Fx-Senator McCleary. Boe is v I i.ee. July ll. - Ex-Senator Thomas B. McCreary died at his home near Owensburg, Kentucky, yesterday in the 74th year of bis ag**. H»* had been a paralytic for year-. Always I se Platt's Chloride- to disinfect th** drains, water closet-. -inks. etc. All DitUriiit ies Amicably Adjusted Sr. Lon-, July ll.—The grievance committe** of brakemen which ha- been iii conference with tin* Gould system reported that all differences are amicably adjusted. Merit wins. as the marvelous success of Hood's Sarsaparilla shows. It possess**- true medicinal merit, Soh! by all druggists. were:    Second    Engineer    L**org Lookout < • Lav alley, and D«*< William Cuthbert. Be-ides tin* missing who belonged to the crew must have been twelve to IifI«•*■ i killed, and probably half a dozen liouaI wounded. These were th* cr- in tin* hold who were iloin loading. Eight colored nu n Lively stated t*> have been below and -ix or seven other-were at the hatch**- aiding th**ir fellow stevedore* lower down. Th** explosion occurred in tin* hold, not in tin* machinery or boiler-, a- near a- I could ascertain, arid wa- probably due t<* some combustible freight stored there.' Fp to ll :.';o p. rn. nim* dead bodies wen* taken from tin* wreck and live <>r more wounded conveyed to th** hospitals. Tin* Tioga's stern settled to I In* bottom of tin* river but it i- not deep thor** ami tin* decks were -till abox** tin* surface. It is estimated that st.i.ooo will rover th** damage to th** vessel and cargo. Death ol Three A i«t im** of a Hail A • colent Near Oswego. Bl N*. ll \ mi*'\on. N. I'.. July ll. ’Tho-. Bealian and Mr- Henry Yandusen. in last night's railroad accident near o-vv**-g(*. by which three women were killed, died after four hours* suffering. ITHACA. MICH.. IN FLAMES. The Town A i-iteil Fast Night l>v a l*i»a--t roils Fire- Blazes Flse where. st. Loris. Midi.. July IF- A dispatch from Ithaca this morning -tat* - that a most di-a-trous lire raged in that town last night, and that a total of twenty-three building- wen* burned. No more particular- » an be had yet. Ithaca is tin* county seat of Gratiot county on the 'Toledo anil Ann Arbor road. with a pupil* ation of 7.000 people. The town does considerable manufacturing, ha - several wood-workmg institutions and i- a pros- | perous place. Gotten Hennery Burned. A i EAN i v. Ga.. July ll. Tin* refinery of the Southern Cotton Seed Oil company near here burned yesterday. More than two hundred thousand gallons of oil were lo-t bv th** burning <*f tank-. Lo--. ’*100.000. .A Bridge Burned, Gaee-hero. 111.. July IF- 'The Chicago. Burlington and Quincy covered la-t night. My position wa- not a va ry high on* cep! a bribe of >10 from a attempting t<> run away Well. I took I he green pa into tie* pocket of my ve-t drinking during ti,** |***rf did not change my cloth show. but went into a -. drink. I hen. a 11«t tai t must have tend i payment." “Your j factory." I •Hold ! beeman. • W hat do mu w a ii “I want to -ay a 1 t Iii- * a-* I w ant I : gar*! lo a strange the fae a 11 **r •red I ■\ phi na! ion -ai*l the jillion a moment ng t ag* lira ma . I al licit i-i girl. I put it id been ** and after th** ll to get ;| i o ii ilk. I ttioliev for kith cr an I ii ■matt gov ♦•min ii- own aillt rn* abir t ll** hi gov * - ii* ** \ ii. mar ai •riean the pre— pr**s**i til gran nation tat Iona i -hon!*! »t ait i; t*l**i. -•nship the,,, t e4w distill n‘a I rna-ier • ii do** lick gro The • th*- can uf- scream* • .till tit a fluid it 11 M III gave hi be • ■ut dog rai ti 1 (lea t 1 to crowd. Die dog rai •rv e back a- the I In • t .Cl the reft put 1 over. We * ii w * rued tai he r Pat ar* I he I lilt I: him • i h •liar* I th* ’ intl) I- Hoi Th rink d ha! hea< ii th Th cam cm in-' -an T ■tm • I t I am •x ped; ’ In* ha *r<> and t ai . a-llle adjust < I f a i r a i • I -a! *1 a po •iii '" th* word ;mig** a-ked. in regard to *> say a word in r* coincidence. s**n - the I* Keg time ago. while I wa- on tin* police of Cincinnati, a fellow that looked a deal like tiff- man wa- arrested for ing a counterfeit bill, and at tin us I h* JOT' e good pa-trial next dav In* trave us th** theater racket, jii-l a- Iii- iiii»I»- ha- do::*', anil tim judge let him off. How iii* you explain that?" Th** young fellow began to "hem ami haw." ami tin* judge, who by tiffs tim** had opened his eye.- pretty wide. a-ked: “Were you ever in Cincinnati?" “Yes. ^ir. but but not at tin* time tlint other fellow innocently a to " "ThaF' enough. Ba—hun i*u< *\. As tin* young fellow turned to go In remarked:    "'This - the wor-t police- ridden town I ever -.I w Th** dav w lien an bino-cut man had a chalice ha- for ever passed." A mericiiii Institute et Instruction. S A KATO*. A. N Y.. J lily ll. Tic* American Institute "f In-trm tion u -••-sjon her** v csterdav. pa-sed resolutions favoring an educational • xpo-itioi at Chicago at the Columbian exjnisition. endorsing temperance ***i n ation in tin* public school- ami commending federal aul to education. ii uckleberries. Blueberries. Blackberries ami < 'antelope i Market. Women ought to b* v* about opening their mouth', woman at Madi-oii. Iud., he en cd. -er**atm*d loudly ami ilia w. No table should tie without a lion I* • *»: Angostura Bitter-. the world renew««■*! Appetizer of exquisite flavor. II**ware of counter* lets.    __ —Stop at th** Clifton. Chicago I’resiil liege. Sa louvered an * i’robiem md ai t hat negro fr» pl**!** nut ii t h Th Int ion ing to t h** m g he i- «*111 it I***! familv. Th** • Ult • III i . Urb •*. of Fix iugstoii ii r y. Non h t a rot i na. next ddre— on “Edina!ion and I’resident Brie** i- a •ii*-. II** argued d never be C*>m-• ame educated. lent is t im grant-o all the civil rights to w hi*-h a- a mouther of th** human rave problem i- a natural environment. and a i rn* n -a mi. .ir ed: I don I bing An* low . Alii k now G t - out of hi- way." ■f Oh'- of Ii- could ever to wiry ilia! ragin* >w a rd t he w ay in- did. How the Doctor Act- •Id *m it'ii l*r< Glue III I he While et poor w hite change must Im* i t hat cid iron men juror negro*--, t Iii -tumid not be forgot tm Bresident < ,infield nu I I talk, turning over the president. W IF • din * a moment aud t hen t h* muff convent ion of I Ii* tionaI association wa-; bara* path *f rh* cr of Z the -out ll Pig lit de a brief gavel to t It. who -|*oke for thirty-fourth ait-Nut ou.i Ed .• a-d jonrned PRIZES AWARDED. Ho I *> 11* iaii K iii a lit <* I' I «*>*** The ii < mn bo-at Al i I w a ii kcr. M i ew v i k EK. J iffy ll. Although I'l’al Carnahan did not intend to i--< lier-ti* break th*- * amp int lie Litt i •a I A von rig ng f right-located her I o n-—sue orate this afternoon. Knight-began t<> take their departure at an early hour tiff- morning. The I’ythian supreme lodge had not yet got down to business, aud it will probabiv t*e nearly ti,** end next week before an adjournment i- Taken. This morning’--•■"ion wa- almo-t entirely devoted <* routine business, and a re* *— wa- taken at I FHO nut ii three o'clock t • > give th** committee- a chance to consider he new busine-- referred to them. I I,** announcement of award- for for th*- prize «l ri! I - were given tiff- afternoon in Juneau park. Th*-tir-r prize, sj.ooo. went to ila-ting-Divi-iou No. p.*. of Hasting-. Michigan. f*er centage OH.Hi: second. >*oo. Erie Divi-iou. Erie. Kan-a-. percentage 77 y;: third. >*V0o. Au-tin I »i \ I -*r,. No. Ii. Amsterdam. New York. percentage \Y •Jiff' died 1 -id c It his -pint VV lien and >*l v ••dp KU a mi >-t ra* Bract ie na rn* i y fever? in tin I rn W Ii ■a rd a (mu it t rt* if th** human h a mi -rn I. -ign i fica nee of Th**-*- vv**re lint now that own house, a ir-clf to him: tide of He is til! any id- t< nothing to ct bow differ* lit from what i study ing rued if ti,* re - .1 Now h -harplv Ie* re. mistake’. Am vv it Ii w bat <■ neightx»r‘- . IF of I Ie* -aim* if succeeded iii . iMg tIe- -arn** * Again-! ! Ie* I** it ha- carri***! place-." It I- De tm I hat give- it . it- beautiful tbing- ar** ad wi-dotti a ml |> <*f man'- inui t ,-,,ridst- S* 11 did vv >11 Int* I un? and there i- rn* I mar. Ile lui-t (i s book. And im- ?** thai bfh>k Ie ti ie* vv a- -imply i- hi- child: ami >r Ie- must lim! it. >urj*o-**: aud how ie* may *•*itnuiit a ie- fa- cured her. he g*— to hi-cm t he V are —lek A lei after Ie- Intern also bv follow --.ie- -av-:    “Talk die, lief I I ell VOtl •ugh many difficult pi. a «•• ot I be Bible I do not ignore statement-: th**-*-but it i- in the ,o*l to t h** -a!vation lf. that 11 - w ort I, The a battle singii fighting cha ca a. iii (,r* lf hymn Bing hatnb ll .As al enda a nu-a* ne »-ni* -nj* u-I’owder- in 11* 'ti (Han dle morning. tr* ie ti to va- I heir Repnbli- U annie Henrv ;

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