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   Burlington Hawk-Eye (Newspaper) - September 9, 1890, Burlington, Iowa                                louse bill certain tract of land on stand in was without and bill was taken up i without discussion And nay BuHj bill was taken debate to 4tt thirty minutes for uny sena After a number of SUmendments were agreed amendment imposing a Kffii on distilled Ho said Sit because he believed it would to have Jin additional would be thus provided 3uCet 1ne requirements The reduction of a which the bill as it passed effect has been estimat Kffl By the restoration of a tax 1n the senate that reduc diminished to sixty qualified by a some nibiguons statement Jrom e committee that if the irnpor ere kept on the present Sowithstandmg the Increase of ilie redttctiou of tho A only about Plumb sifioghe a resume of the appro istortbe yar and argued that riations forfuture years wouldnot these for this year and j largely In iact howould be greatly three years the tonaccount of that law would srry asked Plumb how many us had already been received pension Plumb gave ESbcr at over four Ber fiecalWthc fact that Dai is n ho had Imeofitlmtbill said he was satisfied fljotiniirethaii two thousand names Bbesdfled to the pension list under will bo betneen Kj3 seven hundred thousand in lumb said lie had no doubt there jlrom to eight hundred i applications under that law and under that law would Silo it least sixty millions a year inHree or estimated Eeipeiiditurcs of the government at its Tcvcnues at Caldtliedeficit was inst as siiro as of opposed the jnt on the ground that it would Into the pockets of men one million gallons of dis Ssjirlts now on hand also on the d ttat It would make the liquor i important element In the i system of the Dawcs also opposed the araend because tho increased tax would to onjiand which i be thus appreciated in price to the mt of 35 cints per fibnodilicd his amendment by mak Itjpply toill whisky hereafter pro d or withdrawn from bond the tent was 17 nays istollows Col Jones of Teller and Bar 4f Wilson of Iowa moved to reduce the duty BoidHdotliiiiBfroiiifiJ to 23 cents per raldot lesugar section was then taken kimnedlatc subject under considera tlie finance committee amend atntlbo paragraph imposing duties above 13 Dutch stand Sherman argued against the jMdment in favor of the house propo wijufliich would allow all sugars 1C Dutch standard including m qualities of brown sugars used by people to come In The Miiment was agreed 39 i next was on the senate to the same In fc duty on sugar above 1C Btoths oi a cent per pound instead of as In the house bill agreed Cam Pi Mander Sher Wilton of that In case the export by any country on sugars gbthtt country shall be subject to existing waswith moved to include sugars better known asoorn Jjamong tlie sugars for which r of two cents a pound is to be Lfinanci1 committees amendment luoc maple sugar among those lor is to be paid was agreed amendments referring to were agreed and the iling notice in connection with TO bounty was fixod as to of January of each ftiKta an amendment to one cent a pound on imported He to whicli tha f carried on In the Unitet t jave employment to Jour TCSSCiS ana paia over Oacnsive cooperage con ness and the whole dcstroved by the bil struck by Slid the proposition couli B concurrence of tho ciple on which bounty on sugar from an encourage Burnished to the domestic But the propo to w cents a gallon on al lrlercdsui amendment Irec ol duty le amend machinery for said leading to m the 1st of The sen ate then took a n At the evening session Casey addressed he senate to favor of the reciprocity Allison replied to tho remarks of Eeagan and Gorman this afternoon ac cusing the finance committee and the re publican senators of discrimination against the He denied there had ieen any such Idea Whcre ho had such discrimination icon shown Certainly not In the mat ters of Had the state of Texas ieen discriminated against In the present ession Had not six millions been ap iropriatodf orthe purpose of transferring trade from the eastern seaboard to the most Important gulf port of Texas Did otthe finance committee propose to protect the wool of the second or third wool growing state of the union Ho himself had undertaken to 0 protect tho hides of Tho sena tors from Maryland had said there was ot a lino or page on the bill that pro tected the industries in the southern Allison was the oal of Maryland and West Yas not that protected And where ras the sugar of Louisiana and Texas id not that have a bounty of two cents pound The orangef of Louisiana and lorida were better protected under the ending bill than under the existing 1 there had been any discrimination It lad hoen in favor of the As to they had simply followed the ther manaf octures of iron and steel and i to cotton bagging it was as uch used for the potatoes f New York and for onions of owaas forthe cotton crop of the As to tho amendment offered by Mander on to admit beet sugar machinery free f duty up to July he did not see why ut small bonus should not bo t would dono harm to anybody and certainly be no discrimination gainst the producers of sugar from cane r He vote or it and against Eustis amendment to xtend the privilege to cane and sorghum upar Eustis amendment was rejected with ut yeas and nays and Mandersons mendment was agreed 42 The negative votes were given y teagan and of Gibson moved to reduce the sugar est from SO degrees by polariscope to 7C egrecs and argued that two cents a ound bounty on sugar produced in the fnited States would be neutralized by the European bounty of two cents per ound on exported So there vould be freetrade in Cullum addressed the senate in avor ofreciprocity between the United tates and other especial Mexico arid Centra and South He was in favor he said of such a system of reciprocity s would in the slightest degree interfere the policy of protection to American ndustry and But it would be a uestion in his mind whether it would ot be better to allow the whole question f reciprocity to rest with the presi ent and secretary of state who lad constitutional powers to make treaties with foreign to reciprocity with e thought tho attitude of the dominion overninent was not such as called for ny speedy action looking to nhat government had in many and for many ycars a policy of ggression toward the United States ud doing acted under dominion of ae Canadian Pacific Bailwav road had been built by aid of overnment not for conimer ial but for military and political pur He mentioned the large ubsidics given by both the anadlan and British governments o the steamship lines intended to ivert commerce from American ships nd American railroad lines and he de clared himself in favor of a national olicy that would protect the interests of he United States against the aggression rom any foreign He was a pro ectionist not only in support of the ariff but he was for protecting American interests and national honor in caling with all foreign He re erred to the remark of Lord Salisbury n his address to a London club some lonths ago to the effect speaking of he Behring sea difficulty that tho Jnitcd States was such a susccptable na ion that Great Britain could not negotiate at the top of its He regarded hat remark as insulting toward the United States and expressed the hope bat the time had come when difficulties vith Great Britain and her dependencies ould be settled honorably to the United States in open day and that Lord Salis urv would not be allowed to whisper the ecfetary of state out of American Keagan made remarks in support f his claim that the pending bill dis nminated against the southern section 3f the Spooner declared himself in favor the reciprocity provided it ndicatcd items and But he not favor reciprocity with le hoped to see the day when the Amer can flag would fly over Canada and when he British flag would be speaking on iroposed to modify the committee arncnd icnt so as to make it the duty of the when satisfied that the coun Ty from which tea offec or hides are maintains a policy that is reciprocally unequal and unreasonable to communicate tlie facts o congress so duties may be Gray gave assent to this proposi Without action on Gibsons amend the senate at The passed a joint resolution granting he use of a portion of the United States military reservation at Chattanooga for a rablic The remainder of the day was devoted to the District of Columbia THE TARIFF Jdrlchn Reciprocity Amendment May Be Hut Will is not ex pected that there will be any material change in the tariff measure during the next few days other than the adoption of the Aldrich So far as can be learned there will be but few votes in favor of the Sherman A few eastern republican senators seem disposed to vote for the Sherman Cana dian reciprocity but the idea has not found general It was stated last evening by a repub lican member of the ways and means committee that there was Jittie probabil ity of any action of house on the tariff bill until Speaker Eeed has re turned from As soon as the con ference committee is appointed the main points of difference between the house and senate will at once be taken up and settled in the least possible It ii hoped that tho conference committee will bo able to report within one week after the first After the tariff bill has gone to conference the senate in to take up tho remaining appropri nation bills and the supreme court and bankruptcy COMPOUND LARD It Will lie Reported to tlie Senate MM It Passed the time this week a meeting of the senate com mittee on will be held to tak action upon the Conger compound Ian recently passed by the An effort was made to get the committee to gether but a quorum failed tc respond to the When the bil was in the house many persons felt tha what is known as the Paddock pur food bill would bo substituted for it b of whit is but hat senator says the majority f the with which ho agreest elieves that the house bill should bo re ported to the senate so that both meas ires shall be laid before that body for 3 If a majority of the senate the general purefood bill should e substituted for the Conger they can so but the committee will let ho senate take the Mem ers of the committee sayk thatwhile hey believe the Paddock biir is the letter and ought to be here Is such a demand for the Conger 111 from the farmers alliances and other gencies of the Northwest that they can ot refuse to give the bill a hearing in lie THE BAUM INVESTIGATION Cooper Demands the of the llefrlgerator Companies Eaum in estigation was resumed today and Jcmon was called to the He read prepared statement which was to the ffcct as the first charge did not oncern him ho had nothing to As o the second which referred to I he said ho had known General Eaum His financial stand ng was high and his endorsers were f good So when he wanted money to open up his mining property fitness endorsed two of his one or and one for which subsequently Respecting he charge that witness had secured un ne advantage from the completed files ho said the completed files order not novel in principle but had been he practice of the office for To rards the end of the fiscal year it was practice to pick out such completed cases and dispose of That ad been done by Commissioner was a wise bat Commissioner Eaum had given him ny undue advantage in the completed les order was an unqualified falsehood nd furthermore it would be absolutely mpossible for the favor The witness never asked anything rom Commissioner Eaum or any other ommissioncr to which he was not en itlcd as an Unfair as Cooper ad been he Invited him to come to his ffice any day and examine every case nd every He wanted him to ome to the front door and not hunt up is discharged That would ob iatc the necessity for making baseless Cooper crossexamined tlie le asked what the witness fortune a which the witness promptly That is none of your aud re urned the same answer to the next qucs ion as to the amount of his annual in Cooper then returned to the attack y asking if the witness had not been with forging Colfaxs name o a Witness replied he had If the committee desired to go into that he wished to be allowed to call wit as it related to a transaction of wentytwo years General Eaum iad first spoken to witness about money natters in before he became When witness proposl ioa to make the order like the completed iles order was under Deputy Commissioner Lincoln objected that its ffcct would be to turn all the force of he office upon the witness but hat was a wrong The complete lies order was made January and wlt icss endorsed the note January Did lot then knnw the order had been he effect of the order upon the cases in rdinary files was as it reduced he files in number and encouraged an ffort to complete the Lemons testimony having been con Cooper renewed his request for he production of the books of the re rigcrator they would how the refrigerator was a and he commissioner had been manipulating fraudulent Commissioner Eaum said he was pres nt to answer charges of official iniscon luct and had done so ommittee had seen the stock book of the He denied that the refriger itor was a Cooper knew he had old no stock to the pension house cm There was a conspiracy in this ity and Cooper was being used as a tool o break down his Eanms Eloper knew the charges were a dismal ailure and could not be sustained and ho fished to draw in other so by look or to injure him le should rest on his legal rights and efuse to have his private business Iraggsd out by Cooper insisted on the necessity for he production of the books as the best iroof of the The after private consulta decided it would reserve its decision upon the question until it bad an oppor unity to ascertain the extent of its lowers to compel the production of irivate IOWA Week Changes Made In Iowa for the Ending September Special to The following ostofficc changes were made in Iowa luring the week ending September 1890 Palo Alto coun Douglas Beck Woodbury David Ede Long Tama Postmasters Appointed Inmboldt John Bristol Central Linn Edward Crane Montgomery GENERAL WASHINGTON A Dividend of 10 per cent In Favor of the Dubuque National ISank comp of the currency has declared a dividend of ten per cent in favor of the creditors of the Commercial National rank at making in all If ty per The Silver amount of silver offered for sale to the treasury de partment today was The amount purchased was at Feasibility of Kcduicil rental congress is in recess Postmaster General Wana maker will causo an investigation bo made into the present condition of posta with a view to ascertain ing the possibility of a successful change of the rate of firstclass mail matter from two to one cent per Illinois Census consul bureau today announced of the following cities and towns in 111 together with the increase or de crease in each during the last decade Belvidero increase 912 Sandwich increase 153 Galena increase 45 Elgin increase Aurora increase Batavia in crease 974 Dixon increase Sterling increase 735 Eockfon Chimney Finishers Sept hundrcc finishing or crimping boys at the chim ney glass houses of Evans Evans and the Peerles Glass company struck today for an ad vanco in causing a suspension o work in the on Scptu Alic Jones was eating watermelon and talkin and laughing with her a pice of the melon became lodged in he throat and she fell to the floor and die of BenWHandsome storeroom with third floor and basement in the new bank splendidly reta Inquire of W WBLEfPIWREElSTATEl f y f i 3 ivj he Majority overnor Korlelgh and Speaker Veed Ke Klccted by Great Over the or C Burleiirn or First Heed or Second DUtNelson Dingley or Third Mlllflnm or Fourth anley of the republican state commit eo sen tat midnight tho following dispatch o President Harrison Maine gives the argest republican majority in an ff year since 1880 and a larger mn was given in a presidential contest nco with the single exceptions of iS4 and Governor Burleigh Is re lected by a exceeding pcaker Reed is reelected by tho largest uijority ho has ever exceeding Representatives Bou cllo and Milliken arc elected by majorl es ranging from three to five he Pine endorses your ad ilnistration and remains firm in its ad ocacy of protection to American indus ries and American owns in Reeds district give Reed Vank scattering 41 Reeds plu The same towns in 1SS3 gave Reed Emery scattering 23 Reedb Twentyfive towns in the Ute give Uurlclgh Thompson scattering 27J liurleighs plurai The same towns in 18S8 gave Burleigh Putnam scatter ng 330 Burleighs vo towns give Burloigh on scattering 877 Burleighs Tho same towns in 8SS gave Burleigh Putnam scattering Burleighs plural Tncutyone towns give Reed rank Reeds plurality The ame towns in 1SSS gave Reed immcry Reeds plurality owns civo Burleigh Thompson Clark scattering 23 republican lurality At the last election Jurleigh had Putnam Cush ng scattering Tho republican lurality is a republican gain of over 21 per Reeds plurality n twenty towns in the first district is He had last election plural and it looks as if it would be nearly rom a large portion of the towns show liat exGovernor Dingley is reelected a congress by nearly majority over hundred owns give Burleigh Thompson scattering Burleighs plu ality is The same towns in 1SSS ave Burleigh Putnam cattering Burleighs plurality In Keeds total ote of Portland is For governor Bnr or congress lussey Four republican leg are elected and one he latter on account of local dissatisfac There is great enthusiasm IIL the Ity over tlie result of Reeds big meeting was held in the city vith an address by under the aus icesof the Young Mens Republican One hundred and twentyfive towns ive Burleigh Thompson cattering majority is The same towns in 1SSS gave iurleigh Putnam scattcr ng Burleighs plurality was THE LATEST Sept ivcs Burleigh Thompson Clark scattering Reed rank scattering 118 Reeds plu ality the largest ever given a jeinber for this Fortyeight out of fiftythree towns ivo Reed Frank Reeds jlurality against in Re maining towns are The following were tho candidates of he various parties Edwin Villiiim Aaron Clark Labor Jlclvin Timothy Charles William Cbarlcs Luther nnd Joslah v resolution congress bo pctltlonedto amend thejarlff bill itwIII not apply1 ed into this of houses at in bonded ware FIENDS AOADI v Another Vorle Central i desperate attempt wasmade tonight to wreck the fast Louis and Chicago ex press which leaves on Jtha Central at 0 train was stopped by a dahger signal south oft hundred yards south of thOj New Hamburg Two utes previous flagman had discovered several ties standing endways in a cul vert near Old Troy and when he took hold of one to remove fired upon from bushes east side oftho Knowing the express was nearly due he ran southward and set the danger signal which stopped the The flagman said the ties stuck up above the rails and would have certainly thrown the train from the The fast train was composed of seven or eight sleeping two ordinary coaches and a baggage There were eight ties on the main There were alo two ties placed alongside of the rail toward the south so as to ditch the The train passed here half an hour PALLS Eighteen Men Killed anil Many Sunday the men engaged in the sad task of digging out the mangled victims of Saturdays terrible premature explosion were forced to desist because of tho presence of five other blasts that might Up to that hour eighteen bodies had been taken There are yet twentyseven men unaccounted all of whom are probably buried beneath the mass of There were about two hundred pounds of giant powder In its blast and tho accident was caused by some ones The man in charge of the blast and three assistants wore blown to The men were leveling off ground for new freight of rock on one side of the cut wits twenty feet The blasts were so arranged that the thrown to ward tho Not anticipating an ex plosion about thirty men were under the cliff and great masses of rock and earth were pitched into the burying the men beneath their None of them had time to run and but few es AWOKE A THE SPRINGFIELD The Terrible Experience of a Section Fore man Near SroKASE foreman on the Northern was knocked down and scalped by two drunken In dians near a few miles from Saturday was walking on the track near the station when he was met by tho two one of whom he recognized as John The redskins seemed considera bly under the influence of liquor and Wolvertino turned aside to allow them to They stopped and asked him for He replied that ho had John Deere then struck him over the head with a knocking him Wolver inerecovered consciousness he found his scalp lie managed to crawl to a some distance where he was cared Wolvertines condition is considered The Indians have not been A BABY PALLS FIVE The llufnn De cidett to Remain Out of rarllaiueut 1 2 forthe f v great deal of 111 feelinglias up by Andrew recent at JrferjyjnLhe indulged in an attack upon tipper classes of England while the corresponding classes of AmcrlcaaSlittlo short of The prevailirig tone of rcrfticlsm upon the speech is while It is appropriate for Carnegie speak highly of the country and the people whence he rives his great It is in very bad taste for him to go out of his way to as sail the people among whom he chooses and whose society he eagerly Among the remarks made by Carnegie In speech re ferred to which have caused the great est offense was a declaration that n ere it not for the fact that the prop erty of the aristocracy is enUIled so that they can use only the they would drink and gamble themselves into pov erty within hve The speaker also ridiculed royalty and made some claims for the American system of government according to the opinion of sev eral Americans who heard were hardly borne out by the practical work ings of political Institutions In that coun It is thought that the speech will have a tendency to somewhat interfere with Carnegies success as a cultiva tor of relations with the leaders of Eng lish i Tlie Industrial speak ing at a Urge meeting of dockmen jea terday at Tower said that while he deplored the fact that the recent trades unions congress at Liverpool was at times yet lie was sure the would be satisfied with its proceedings when they observed the im portance and scope of the business trans In he the congress had accomplished more in a week than parliament was accustomed to do in a The Australian strikers are losing The emplojer are securing large numbers of non union men to take their places and re fuse to confer with the union But for the aid received from England the strike would be ended John Burns Is not likely to enter as has been He announces that he will not run for but will de vote the next five years of his life to the organization of unskilled Many of the older labor leaders are disgruntled because of his aggressive and overbearing manner the and he emerged fromit considerable weaker in the esti mation of the delegates representing skilled He is strong as ever with the London reporters duringRfeeds questioning the madeiort beenj in hostility tathey Pinkertons and made threats against the road so he was Itlsunderstood concerned la the under arrest except a striking Rnight ot Is said to have J e THE CRINNELI Sund td THI TARIFF r Who Willfbe the Many in the Tribune ington special says voting on the tariff bill Is likely to be through with by the middle of the It will go to the house changed in many points and most ly in the line of lower but the main like tin plate will not be Of the new matter grafted on the the reciprocity amendment will be the most Great interest attaches to selection of the The conference com mittee will have a tremendous poweria shaping for It is notlikely that the senate will reject the conference Usually con f errees are appointed on behalf of branch of The Inside influence is against enlarging on tariff claiming thatthelarger the conference committee the longer will be the time taken reaching an This is quite but hav ing waited nine months for a tariff bill the country can probably stand an extra weeks With the larger number of conferrees the danger of secretlegisla tlon is If the number limi ted to three for each body the senate conferees will Allison and Because of the leading part Senator Carlisle has taken in the debate it is assumed in some quarters that he will be the democratic But Senator Harris is the senior democrat on the finance and is not ex pected to give way to a John Sherman wants to take part in the on ference and he may insist that the num ber of conferees be In that event it is not at all that Sena tor McPherson would be willing to step aside for as theXew Jersey senator is something of a tariff expert On the house aide Chair man McKInley and of will be the republican Roger would be entitled to rep resent the but he wants no favors at Speaker Seeds and will not give up his campaigning to at tend to legislative So the place will go to McMillin of If Eve conferrees are taken there would be some question whether the third repub lican shontd be of of of Wiscon Eoswell of New would fit in the extra place for the dem THE PRESIDENT AT Special toKhe HswkB Hut Escapes Uninjured Keiimrlcahle NEW SepC baby which was being rolled by two boys on the roof of 203 South Fifth avehnej broke away and with its twoyearold occupant fell five stories Saturday The carriage remained upright and fell on a bale of rags in the where It was The baby was bounced up ward and was caught in the arms of a young man standing It was not in RAILROAD Coy the Great Record Will be One of the Spring field exposition opened auspicously today with a very large All depart ments arc crowded to the utmost with ittractive exhibits from Illinois and ad the program for the week includes not only exciting speed contests and roman chariot races but other interesting The event of this will be the icrforniance of the renowned Joy whose phenomenal record of on the Independence track has re cently startled The condi tions of the contract with McHcury owner of Eoy provides that his jest record is to bo broken on theSpriiigr Beld track during tho Mcllenry expressed great satisfaction in having closed the contract to give Boy Wilkes a chance to beat his great record on tho Springfield which is conceded by leading horsemen to be the fastest mile track in tho United There are one hundred and fiftyseven entries In tho speed which will bo trotted and paced during the present which insures a very largo and enthusias tic Many horsemen say Eoy Wilkos will make a record of the Springfield which Is in tho pink of Three Men ivllluit Ina the ISaltlniore and morning two freight in colli sion on tho Baltimore aud Ohio thirty miles cast of Both engines and a dozen freight cars were entirely and the wreck took The Dominick Kelley and Charles and an unknown mani supposed to be a were One Man Killed und Several mornr ing two North Shore limited trains col lided with terrible head in this Both engines were wrecked and the tenders drivcn into buffet cars hind Baggageman of New York was instantly Two other trainmen were seriously Ub other injuries of any account arcre although the passengers of both trains were badly shocked by the force of the DEATHS II Mc ton Quin agent at this McGahan of The Stiinnli Special to the I Sep the BiT cy railroad companys died at his Sunday September aged fortyseven years aud nine For twenty nine years lie hab been agent for the at this Ho leaves a two a sister and his aged A Iluuuer a wealthy dropped dead at his home here Sunday A WEALTH Worth of Oiamondft Seized ill a Young JSngllshimttiN NEW the young Englishman who some timo ago inherited from his ar rived in this port yesterday from Liver He brought along with him his intending to rn main here some Today Special Agent of tho depart ordered a careful investigation of Medhnrsts The result is that there is now in the seizure room of tho custom house over worth of dia monds and pearls put together in most exquisite As they were all ornaments fit only for a ladys use and with monograms on them that did nof correspond with his they were promptly All Medhurst said when the seizure was made was that when the goods were sold he Vould be on hand to buy them M j Afraid of the AIcKIuley NEW large number of importers of leaf tobacco held a meet ing today to take action on tho Mc Kinlcy tariff presi dent of the leaf tobacco board of occupied plaiued it would rresult ina disaster to Attempted Hank noon Saturday an unknown man made an un successful attempt to rob the Peoples National Bank of this VjcePresi dent George Arinsby was in the bank I am looking for a rcdhcadcd girl in a blue tho burglar At the samp time he a revolver from beneath the Armsby grabbed the man and prevented him from using the The robber then seized a roll of bills and ran for the but was intercepted by officers and lodged In Want Foreign Markets NEW a meeting of were held throughout Bulgaria yesterday resulting in a great triumph for the 1rime Minister Stambouloff and other ministers were elected in three different districts and many seats were Stamboulofl now considers that Bul garia is free from any immediate danger of armed Eussian intervention and It is in Armenia that the czar will act The conflict just reported between Armenians and Turkish in which five of the latter were killed and many shows that the moment for intervention is rapidly There are Eussian troops massed along the frontier and more with in supportine Hundreds of Armenian fugitives daily enter the Eus sian Crop returns show that acres of land in Ire land have been cultivated in a de crease from 1889 of Every crop shows a decreased thegreatest falling off being in flax and William OBrien made a speech yester day at County in which he advised the people to pay no rent until had been provided He said that if the people of Ireland showed the proper spirit the responsi bilityfor relieving the distress would be placed upon the government and no begging appeals need be made to Amer Let the poor law boards provide for the distress and the Irish members would force tho government to do its Dublin Castle is at last stirred up and some measures of relief are about to be Strikers Phielne rickets to Wntclv Xon a Cnion dock coal and firemen at South have struck against the em ployment of nonunion The strik ers have placed pickets at railway sta who menace the nonunionists go their AGovernment elections here and throughout tho country yesterday resulted in a great triumph for the gov Prime Minister Stambonlouff and other ministers were elected in three different districts and many seats were The German Flag Forcibly telegram from Aden says official of British East Africa forcibly removed the German flag at Kimbo Vlttu Three ISritbh Otllcers British officers were stabbed here today in an affray with The trouble arose from a dispute over money Etnln Bey arrived safely at Two report from the east was current on the stock exchange saying the rumors ol tho failure of the great dry goods firm of Iarwoll of this city were current in the tho cause of the failure being at tributed to the alleged interest of the firm in the recent collapse of Lovelle Iar entered a most emphatic denial of the which he characterized as a malicious The sensational re port telegraphed hero froraWVaukesha today to the effect that SenatorFarwell was almost at the point of death was also It is Business Before TTith Him Goes Sight CRESSOS president started in to work early this He sent a budget to Washing ton in the first the of Charles of being the first appointment made by the president since his arrival He also Issued an executive order in pursuance of this sec tion of the naval appropriation pro viding for the appointment of a commit tee to select a suitable site for adry dock on the Pacific coast north of the northern boundary of The presldents system was some run down when he reached is feel ing much better His appetite is good and his spirits and the lan guid feeling which oppresses him in almost entirely disap The president and party after wards took a Ions visiting the vil lages of Loretta and At Lor etta is located the famous Catholic con vent established nearly a hundred years The president inspected the whole church attached to the Father Eyan gave a brief history of the The president intends to pay another visit to the place to look over the con The party returned to Cresson in the having enjoyed their ride CKESSOX president received a private telegram early the predicting the success of the republican ticket in Maine by a majority of He evinced great interest in the A Mind Readers sure a test N tnho made of the possibilities of mind a mind will make the test under charge of a of This test will be the same that killed Wash ington Irving Bishop in New York be fore the Lambs The committee will start from the Auditorium hotel and drive by any route it may select to the Grand It will then go to the hotel register and pick out some par ticular name and return to the Audi torium where Johnstone is stop ping in the custody of a member of the He will drive over the same travcrsed by the committee and attempt to find the name selected from the register ot the Grand THE FIRE gational and pulpitswereyptac at of the Methodist made evening fro vfsItorsancEt principal at theMethodist chnrchjwas as follows Love feastr at Joyce at followed at followed song service at revivalist service preached and conducted this or i sanctihcatfons evening in about half a University N matters clined to financiatfagentiintl field preferrfngto I missionary dollars in excess of the apportionment By theaid and dfrection orMrsBishop Joyce thirtyfive wives ot pastors met today and organized themselves1 The Itinerants Wives conference will adjourn late tonightJs The following is a partial list conference appointments Presiding disti Powers less Ira Kembfe Oakaloosat T ald first suppliedP Grace Stri cker Circuit t Kenkrick Fort Slpfnerker Morning GThorn Evanston Xew Ethell John Berteges WapelloJ Goodrich Myers Schrieneri Chatham Murphy JJT Robertson Wilson Tennant DontefSalei SPool Lone Wilson Unglis George Swartz BVBj kit NU Potter Tuttle Whair C Smith son HiUsMartinslrar Cannon PD Dairison Ottnmwa GStafford Ottnmiw Groome Wilson Robinson j Stocking transferred to Ttointb WILL t iV The Relieve the IClrer1 ConipanteftTI tie Will Special to The I FORT standing the fact that an appeal river land case has been offimlljordej the who hold thferiverlaifdj companies title to Webster countytiwei announce that selling lands as their firm conviction that the compinie title will be confi warranty deeds for all lands CHALLENGE The Owners of Eoy Pac Against any Hi Special to The Sepi owners of the phenomenalEoyiWJI who lowered the worlds stallionpacing record to on this track and was sent a half milelast Satnrdayjlni the fastesfrihalf or paced over cSir match him against iiacergfn Adonis or Hot Paintecprefei the ccontest to take Independence trackat their faltyiSeting to be held In the FELL NDfEirEIGHTl Three Seriously kaloosu Coat Special to The precipitated to the coal shaft this HenryvLpng ninetyeight Wood Michael Grady after a severetsfc the stomach of Special to TheHawk Cook died Davenport in 1SS5 enw across the river at He has Rved in this In 1855 he was a delegat convention which organized th can party in this states member of theMasonfeif Hewas marriedfouEtim the produce exchange this attended by fifteen members and resolutions were adopted that tho JCaw York Produce exchange as a body solicit congress to urge such acts of legislation or diplomatic negotiation as would result in an enlargement of foreign markets the American pro Miles Iterve aud Liver An Important They act on the stomach and bowels through the They speed ily cure bad torpid piles and Splendid for women and 30 doses for 25 Samples free at Wittes drug store Absconding JTorser r Hume of denied and it was stated he is steadily TKAINWREOKEE Striking Knight Charged With Placing Obstructions on the Central who absconded about a month ago after having forged a paper on father and grandfather to the amount of was brought to a brakeman residing at was arrested yesterday jit Hudson charged with wrecking thov train near Cjstleton on Thursday It is said thathe has confessed hfs has given the all of itis said are greatest prevails and thestrikers themselves make threats He was brought to this city yesterday morning very is thought to be confined in Central i although Superintendent Bissell denies It Is Centraldetective with him all Reeds approX 8 Wlta cureDlUoustod neTTOMftt Mvery Huron and Residence Do stroyedHt Special to the HawkEyeJ livery barnes and the adjoining residence of Itabb were consumed by fire last The fire originated about 11 in the main barn Nineteen two two one together with all the harnessand fixtures and a large supply of grain and hay were The loss 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