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   Burlington Hawk-Eye (Newspaper) - September 17, 1890, Burlington, Iowa                                ESTABLISHED WEDNESDAY of the Tariff Bill Will Be Spetah In Uie Important 1 iu the ictou probabil or at least tho expectation JliKInley and Aldrich if tariff will will bcready for report Lite from the conference com before the end of tho The the haste tliat was shown by ways and means and icnce of a quorum Jiig of the tariff and there eolKtion as speedily as pos were some differences ority members ofthc com and means that prevented Itecd from announcing the house Wore this They There is considerable that exGovernor Gear given a place on the K He is particularly inter tf in the sugar aud has n active part in all that has been The republican con Jes on the pan of the senate were dc that Governor Gear should have a for the reason lhat it is understood favor of fixing tho dividing If tawon free and dutiable sugars at 13 instead of I it itHch the house The sen danced it to 13 and imposed a I on the grades between 13 and Tit la orderthc5 Prescrve the resume industry from total ex JD and also to make it possible for JfT of beet sugar to a for l1lPlr HBIIS between 13 and fit it is alli if tnpsc grades were aa Iied free of duty ills feared that the I mtetion and lefining of sugar from intended to encourage ying a would receive a Senator of Ne stale hPiy interested IJrthTliectsucar has notified ISewnate conference that on the divid jf line between free and dutiable sugars 16 there are some six republican tutors who will vote against agreeing U the conference idjonrnment of congress seems now lo InViewof the general be pfcftliat the tariff bill will be out of con ivcck and ready to go to thc resident Parly next opinion mid the capitol today rapidly crys M around thc 37th of Ibis month as iay most likely to be the one fixed lapon for It is believed on II as soon as the tariff bill is disposed it will be impossible unalntaln a quorum at cither end of THE Land Forfeiture and Oilier ItlllH itntMorloii presided in the senate to The following bills were passed jjtmte bill authoring the librarian of to purchase at not exceeding library of jute and individual records concern progress and consequences the laic cival Senate bill to a rightofway through the public for irrigation ic conference report on the railroad ctroletTOco forfeiture bill was rc inied and Morgan continued his argu EC spoke of the first of the bill as said the bill was a mere sham and intense as a forfeilure It was notliiuir butainere political Hate also opposed the conference ftport and asked under the UIP forfeiture came said it forfeited all lands under the decision of the supreme could be It forfeited mmrhere between seven and ten mil WMS It confirmed not a single wetoanj railruad company aud did not ic siatuof any acre granted to terminating of the companies to build any of their and by forfeiting grants opposite to the uncompleted Ike taken aud the con report acreed nays lie house antilottery bill was of taken from the BJendn aud passed without a word of On motion of the senate pro wled to the consideration of the house wiorepeal the timber culture Plumb moved an amendment In of a Mandisrson moved an amendment Mini that no more than 340 instead acres shall be embraced In one sito entry agreed r umb aNO moved to add to the wmute a new section restricting sites to so much land only as is necessary for construclion and of reservoirs agreed nti i also offered an amendment treed to giving the of the public lands to canal or formed for the purpose offered an amendment iu the gold and silver min of the state of Xcvada and n ani tcrrtories in which there I lands and United Stales law au lhK ale of Mich timber Sucb statcs or IflM h for may cul for Sricultoral or mln Afier some feed moi ed to add to the getting apart the Annette in Cation for Indians re British Columbia and such other Alaskan na in then to was then agreed to and I establsli a United was laid aside until to tho senate adjourned mHalf aPan the SmT ln Alexander m Avka as a reservation THE ferred to og Kenned idlclary Com I was passed for the relie The senate were concurred in to the the secretary of for the part of lhe Crow In Itl the con resolution relativ uedy It directs the le senate tha reprobates and condemn imentary the poiu resolution raised by n arguing the BrooksSumner epf ie action of the house i of thi felon an conduct In re mid be no ques character of th Blount charade B whether o le gentlema buttkc ion of tho character and dignity of the house was one with which the mem bers had something to do and for which The chair overruled the point of of offered a resolution referring Enloe resolution together with Kennedys to tho committee on judiciary with instructions to report within three days Cannon of favored the reference of the resolution to thc com mittee in order that the house might act ute In the preseutform of the the whole speech Including the unobjectionable portions would be expunged from the If it were adopted thc speeches would be expunged vhlle tho most objectionable part of it ited by the gentleman from Tennessee Enloe would remain as part of his re Enloe suggested that the gentle nan from Illinois was hardly a person to make reflections on another persons un larliamentary This led to a brief personal colloquy letween McMilllu and After further debate Enloo demanded he previous question ou his resolution vhich was so modified as to be an ex iression on the part of the house that it disapproves and condemns Kennedys and directs the public printer to xpunge it fromtho permanent con cessional The house nays 114 order the previous of again siTered a resolution referring the whole tatter to the judiciary The lause requiring the committee to re wrt within three days was stricken out nd Hie resolution ays of from the coui nilice on naval reporlcd a reso ntiou calling on tho secretary of the avy for information as to whether the ithlehem Iron company is using for lanufacluring slecl gun forgings for thc Jnited States ores imported from uba or any other foreign also ores muitable for such manufac ure cannot be produced in the United The bill passed constituting a port of The speaker announced the appomt icnt of the following conferees on the ariff bill McMillin and GENERAL WASHINGTON be Suite Department KecelveH of depart ent of slate received a telegram from linlstcr at saying ic old national assembly at Salvator had iianirnously elected Carlos Ezeta pro islonal president of the republic until 1st of next The telegram cached the department through Miuis er Ryan at the City of Regulations for fork usk today issued regulations lo govern ic inspection of salted pork or baconfor sport provided for what is known as he meat inspection bill which recently ecarne a For a Mint at bill car an appropriation of to de ray the cost of thc erection of a United lates mint at was in roduced in the house today by liepre mtative lie also introduced a ill for the erection of a stalue or monu enl in Washington to the memory of ohn at a cost of CHASED BY A Sealing Adventure ill ISehr iug SAN seal ig which arrived few days ago from Behriug had an with a Russian gunboat on une while near Copper Island in he Japan The Lewis was chased y the exRussian gunboat ow used by the Alaska Commercial carry but which had on board ussian to arrest any sealing chooners within nine miles of the Rus an The Lewis was overhauled nd her papers demanded by a Russiau Captain McIIcrn hoisted the merican flag and refused to deliver his His crew were well armed and je Russian steamer allowed the Lewis o depart RAILROAD he Postponement of Itate Reduction Ac general man gers of the western railroads met here oday and decided to comply with Ihe ntcrstate commerce commissions post onement until October 1 of putting into ffcct the reduced graiu rates between lissouri river points and This oes not mean an absolute compliance ith the ideas of the interstate commerce So far as the new rates pply from the Missouri river to Chicago nd the Mississippi river they will be but from points west of the lissouri river it is understood the oppos ng roads if only conform o the order in the territory where they re brought into competilion Tvith the lock Island or THE SWITCHMENS A Number of Reports Read and Received of the this mornings csslon of the switchmens convention he recommendations in Grand Master Sweeneys annual report were referred o Vice Grand Master Jowney and Grand Secretary and Treas urer Simsrott presented The atlcr showed the order to be in a flour shing Grand Organizer Hall ietalled the result of his work for thc The report showed the order was increasing in numbers and in The directors presented their report in the The President at CKESSON presidents mail this morning was nd although he transacted considerable business it was mainly of a routine and unimportant This afternoon the family took a trip to Rhodendron park over the picturesque Bell Gaprailroad and enjoyed the scenery very The favorable impression produced on the first appearance of the agreeable liquid fruit Syrup of Figs a few years ago has been more than confirmed by the pleasant experience of all who have used and the success of the pro prietors and manufacturers the Cali fornia Fig Syrup An Extension of Time Asked chamber ol commerce passed resolutions urging that the time for taking out bonded goods under the McKinley bill be extended to February 1 Murder and Whalley today fatally shot his wife who had left him to enter a house of II fame and then Fixed a Scale of nationa tile makers union of the United btalc today fixed a scale of prices which the men will present to the JL Grand Sire Agreed KANSAS specia from Topeka says Charles o has been agreed upon by the sovereign grand lodge of the O for grand MORE RECIPROCITY Secretary of Stale Elaine Further States His A LciiKtliy Letter to the UoHtou llnot and Shoe ClubFree Trade IJo Not Like Political ln response to an invitation to the annual banquet of the and Shoe club of editor of the has received a lut tcrTroni Ulaino in which the secre tary of referring to that portion of the invitation saying the members of tho club are in hearty sympathy with his views regarding the best methods of ex tending American regrets that en gagements will not permit him to address the The members of the he can do a great good by counter acting a certain phase of Xew England opinion which he regards as hurtful to New England New England is to receive in the new tariff the amplest protection for every manufacturing In dustry within her borders and it will in the judgment of the secretary of both inexpedient and in jurious for her representatives to disregard the measure which will promte western Elaine refers to the letter recently re ceived from tho president of the late convention of millers at re ferring to the excessive duties ou Ameri can lour in Cuba and stating that Ameri ca will be unable to retain any part of the Cuban Hour trade unless Immediate relief is In view of these facts says it is possible that a protectionists congiesscan even think of opening our markets to Cubas products while allowing great western industry to be absolutely excluded from her markets by a prohibitory tariff With the reciprocity the west can sell many hundred of thousand of barrels of flour in Cuba and Porto lllco together with a large mass of other agricultural Without reciprocity she will be driven more and more fromthese markets giving the fullest protection to all eastern interests as the proposed tariff bill surelv no man of good certainly no protectionist of wise wishes to expose a western interest to serious injury especially when itismanifcstedly easy to protectandpro mote it mauifestedly easy because at this very time the boards bcrs of commerce and political opinion In Havana are demanding reciprocal trade with the 0nited Certain wise men asked how can we sell farm pro ducts in South America when the same things are produced there Cereals are undoubtedly grown in the iouthernmost portions of South Ameri but wise men will remember that cereals aud sugar do not grow in the same soil the sugar coun tries of the South aud Central America rand tho West Indies contain forty millions of people who import the argcst part of their bread Indeed lie portion of the sugar product f LatinAmerica is at our doors and we an greatly enlarge our exchanges there congress will give us an opportunity or reciprocal Anothsr class ob erve they want time to study the sys To this I might the best tethod of studying the system is to ob erve its practical While tudyiug in the abstract and ig to take some object lessons hese gentlemen propose to open ur market to LatinAmerica products ree of all without asking Latin America to give us in some freedom i their The object lesson im lediately before us is the treatment of lie sugar Shall we make Latin America a gift of that trade When we ave studied that lesson we shall be pre ared for the The worst proposi ion of all is put fortli by those who say us put sugar on the free list now nd next year take up the subject of re If 1 understand their logic t is to make sugar free this year without ondition and next year to ask Spain If lie will kindly consent to grant us re iprocial Holding a com lete vantage ground themselves lie proposed policy transfers the antage ground to Those who ake this ground belong to that class of areful guardians of property who pre larea strong lock for the stable after the torse is I do not mean in any uing I have said to imply that reciproci y is only a western It will rovo beneficial and profitaole both to he farm and the The many forms n which our business interests will be romoted by reciprocity cannot be known intil the active commercial men of the Juited States shall have developed those onus by investigation and Ye shall not realize the full benefit of he policy in a day or a but shall throw away countless mil ions of trade in addition to sixty millions have already thrown away and then gnorautly declare without trial that the system wont work there is one fact that should lave great especially with pro Every free trader In the enatu voted against The ree trade papers throughout the coun ry are showing a determined hostility to It is evident the free trade senators aud free trade papers have specific rca on for their They know and eel that with a system of reciprocity es and growing their policy of free tradereceives a most serious Tho irotcctionist who opposes reciprocity in he form of in which it is now presented nocks away one of tho strongest sup lorts of his Beechania like en a weak CONNECTICUT icininatcd Foreman for cou Dcs Sept democrats the seventh district nominated largis The democrats of the eleventh district lomlnatcd L THE WOSLDS teport of the Committee to Deflnefthfl of the Vommbmlon national worlds fair commission adopied ho report of the committee to define the lowers and duties of the commission without change after considerable dls The clause which created the uost debate was this Among the riginal and exclusive powers of the may bo named the power to Hot space for prepare classi cation for determine the plan nd scope of tho appoint all ndges and examiners for tho ward all premiums and generally to ave charge of all with xhibltors and representatives of foreign The alternates from various states fee hey are not meeting with proper recog itlon from the commission after he noon held 3i meeting to alk over their grievances President aimer explained to them they had no uties or in the ab ence of their respective and n that event would be called on to act nd be paid for such This was ot entirely satisfactory and the alters ates will hold another The board of engineers sent by the scretary of war to hear arguments on he question of using a portion of the arbor front for the possible site con ludcd the hearing DEPEWS ADVICE TO They Must Organize Intelligently to Cain Depew addressed a lafgo audience at the tate fair In the course of his referring to the recent agricul ural besides tho largely in reased he found a further ause for it in tho attempts of specula ors to corner the In view of lie depression brought about by these auses it becomes the highest duty of he American statesman and the Auicri an farmer to look about for The first act of the farmer should e to intelligently In the resent condition of the world organiza ion Is a necessity of Capital rganizes in corporations labor organizes i trade unions manufacturers organize or The farmers alone have ailed to unite in any in onclusion Depew said In my judge ten wo are near the bottom of the rave of agricultural depression and will oon begin to climb other CENSUS State Convention in SvgKlon at democratic state convention met Congressman tho temporary made a in which he eulogized the mention of whose name elicited great At the afternoon session of the con Temporary Chairman Wilcox announced that Congressman of would address the oif Hart was elected permanent After the appoiutment of the usual com a recess was The following ticket was nominated Lutzen Morris lieutenant Joseph Alsop secretary of Phelan Sanger Nicholas Congressman of spoke briefly in support of the democratic The platform reaffirms ad herancc to the principles of the national party and condemns the republican party for its attitude upon great questions affecting the welfare of the people charges the decline of over one half in farm values In Connecti cut to the prevailing policy of the tariff denounces JlcKinleys bill denounces the policy of Speaker Reed and the ma jority in tho house denounces the elec tion bill as tho most dangerous anc revolutionary measure ever devised to subvert the popular form of government declares for such a revision of the tarifl as shall admit crude materials of manu facture free and lighten tho burdens upon the necessaries of 1 enng3lvaniit lemocratlc annua meeting of the democratic clubs o Pennsylvania was held here One thousand delegates were Chaun cey Black and opened the proceedings with an He dwel at length upon the subjects of tariff re civil service reform and ballot re Dominated for democrat ot the eighteenth Illinois district unity Itsuit of the Kecount In the CItiei of Minneapolis aud supervisor of the census de ou Saturday gave out the fig res of the recount iu Paul as The original census of lade under the supervision of The philus footed up is just greater than liatmadeby the government under a pecial It is not charged by the ensus department or by the citizens of Paul that Smith had anything o do with adding names he census of 1SSO gave Paul The population of Minneapolis is given an increase over the census of SSO of The returns before the ecount made the population It s estimated that the recount resulting rom this quarrel between the twins has ost the government nearly nt Porter has made public the official opulation of New York city as follows per BERNADOTS tfayetteSttcarlngin Wrongfully Arrcxted at Qulncy for the or three weeks ago a shooting affray occurred in lie town of Fulton Ills in which Samuel Norman was hot by Wilber and as not since been heard Norman as Yesterday morning La ayette of Fulton ar ived in this city on his way to Shelby living on Cast Maine met him on the street ale iu the and for some eason suspected that he would be im plicated in some manner in the shooting Norman Jordan invited Swearingin to his house for and then ejntword to the who went out and arrested A dispatch was sent to the lieriff of Fulton county asking if La eyetto Swearingin was wanted nit no answer had been received to mid and tho man was Swearingin was seen at the station and aid that he knew nothing of tho shoot He is a and left county Sunday for Shelby where he intends to get his ools and then go back to Camp vhere he will work all Lees has an old grudge against and erved three years In tho penitentiary or shooting him once The 1eorla Itirycle tho bicycle races oday Kurt Myers made a trial for the ivo mile worlds unicycle record and owcred it from to every niic from the second to finish being be ow the previous Laurie owcred the one mile American pneuma tic tire safety record from 45 to The first quarter was made in 3S 15 half 15 three quarters 45 and the mile Myers and Mas then lowered the American tandem wo mile record from to Tho wind was unfavorable and the per formances are Perrons peech at the banquet given by the ofH ers of the eighteenth army corps to aptain of the Russian s the sensation of the In toast ng the Russian officers healtH the Trench general made a distinct allusion o tho triple Tho le represented an incomparable which was able lo depose of the rrned coalition now threatening f one campaign did not suflico to effect his Russia would not hesitate to have ecourse to and would be victori us in the Here in London this Is egarded as a direct reply to the recent oaslful utterances of the German em eror in his speeches to the officers dur nglhe army The character nd standing of Ferron give his utter hces a peculiar It was he as minister of snm tarily bounced Bonlanger from he active army and drove the rleahist princes the mill ary service of He is a oung who only held the rank of olonel toward the end of tho Franco German but greatly distinguished imself in several lie is a cientiGc soldier and a staunch republi like most continental European cannot talk politics in public Mthout making a France will ndoubtedly be asked to explain his and the general will be obliged o go through the form of t Is also said that the subject will be Iscussed by the two emperors at their leeting Wednesday in The peech is regarded as most impolitic in liat it tends to bind Austrian and Ger lan iniercsts more closely A ery unfavorable impression has been reated iu Vienna and The pre arations for thc German army mauen crs in Silesia are on a ban any heretofore THE BOULANGIST This is what you ought to in you must have to fully enjoy Thousands arc searching for it and mourning because they find it Thousand upon thousands of dollars are spent annually by our people in thn hope that they may attain this And yet It may be had by We guarantee that Electric if used according to di rections aud tho use persisted will tiring you good digestion and oust the de mon Dyspepsia and install We recommend Electric Bitters for dyspepsia and all diseases of stomach and Sold at 50c and per bot tle at Henrys drug A Schooner and Creir steam Charles Hebard arrived here today and reports the loss of the schooner Ben with a crew of five men on the rocks of Eagle Lake The crew Is supposed to have been Kuined by 16 Applegato board of trade failed It is said the head of the firm was badly whipsawed by the re cent frost scare and crop The liabilities are about and the firm claims if the customers will wait they can settle in f ulL A good vest at RAAB BBOS Illinois State Veterinary Twentysev enth annual meeting of the Unitel States Veterinary Medical association began here o president of the Illinbi delivered the address of A SENSATIONAL eneral Perrons Boastful Refer ence to Russia Makes a Ie May lie Made to Itou laiigbtt KevelationH Kcacli the Scan dalouM fora Set tlement at hey Have at Lnst Iteavhod the Scamlal Boulaugist evolutions have at last reached the candalous and it is the general iinself who has brought His organ accuses thetold Duchcsse dUzes of being led to contrib te the which she gave lie Boulaugist campaign fund by the act that she was in love with His tatement has disgusted even hich has stomach in such mat and nobody believes His de crlption of his own conduct in taking er money while rejecting her ad ances carries its owu refutation on s The duchcsse is known to be an ntliusastic and every welliu ormed man in Franco that she Berely acted as the agent of the cotnte e Paris in her dealings with Boulanger nd assumed the personal responsibility or the financial aid given the general in rder to shield the chief of the ler son has challenged he is said to be a young man of high plrltandhls mothers honor is in ques there is some chance of genuine tlie author f the revelations in the added to lie popular disgust with the discredited eneral yesterday by stating that Bon anger is now living on the charity of his V 3IaJorIty of the Soul Strikers Return Southampton trikc practically settled and more ban half the men havereturned to Mve sieamers left the port nd in a few days there will be little left f the In Australia fresh roubles are breaking The leaders f the new trade unionism are con cmplating certain changes of impor The idea of cooperation at the real English which is now laking Tactical has earnest ad ocates among the dock directors while ihe union of icials are no less anxious to lit on some plan of working which will friction between the companieland he and tend to sift out the skulk ng and incompetent The edict hat has just gone forth from the execu ive to admit no more new members to he London branches of the dockers union is made in view of tho union be omlng a great employer of labor at the In this new capacity it cannot be loubtcd lhat thc union authorilies will iud Ihemselves under ihe necessity of ealing summarily wilh many of Iheir iresent CARTE AND Duel lletween a lloulunglst and a Member of the Chamber of duel has been ought at Geneva between a member of the chamber of and the author of the recently pub ishcd chargesagainst Mer neix received a serious wound In the GENERAL FOREIGN he bonelit of his especial The this time is the Irish and the book is called Star Gladstone writes Ball a ordial letter of thanks for a copy of the with which he declares himself de Miners oil a Most of he Llthgow miners have gone on a trlke only the smallcollieriesaro work i Tha labor leaders threaten to call out railway engineers aud firemen and esort to extreme measures if they fail to obtain a conference with tho employers within fortyeight The govern ment Is purchasing all rifle amunl ionpossible In order to prevent this V Dinner In r of American A dinner was given last night by the city of Stockholm the officers attached to the States steamer which con the body of John Ericsson from the Inlted States to this Two hun red including the ministers of military and naval officers and eading civilians were Advices from Petersburg say that he czar has given directions for special xemptlon from conscription of all men vho have widowed mothers dependent pon Tho Russian maneuvers at n which men are are ow in No foreigners have een invited to the and a trict watch is kept for strangers in dis A congress of German miners opened t Halle with thirtynine ates Though small in nuin the body is Important In a repre ntative and its proceedings are xpected to have a widespread Inllu ROBERT RAY HAMILTONS The Election TCeriUltHjii nVIctory for the Rio The success of tho republican party in tho elections is Tho congratulates the Ovcrnment upon the Charles Flint received tho following cable from Rio anelro The elections passed off In icrfect The results that the country is overwhelmingly in favor of the now order of No niou archlsts and hardly any clericals were The elections for members of the con stituent assembly passed off Among tho candiates returned are Min Isters Glycerio and Vander TwentyFive Aliiiera An explosion oc curred today in Maybach pit at Sancto Rhelnis by which twentyfive miners were Other men in the pit to the number of three hundred and twentyfive were rescued The Palace of Alhambra Fire broke oui at ten oclock last night in the palace of tho In and despite the efforts made to extinguish is stil The fire originated in Alcerca court yard and soon spread to the gal Great damage has been Trouble at A battalion of troop has been dispatched to Tesserot to aid lit dispersing several bands of armed men assembled Additional reinforce ments will probably be Author of KreutzerSouata Serloiuly 111 Cout the wellknown Russian autho Choler has made its appearance at Gladatone a JSook Gladstone ha made another author happy and prob ably started another book on the hig road to as he did in the case o K6bert Marie Bashklrtseff by giving them tuny Doubt It anil Think lie Sent the Ke purt Out NEW was asserted y many today that Robert Ray Hamil on was not as but had aused the report of his death to go broad that ho might the better conceal imself and escape many of the aunoy ng complications which have grown out f his grotesque infatuation for the voinan now in the New Jersey state The account of Hamiltons lleged death purported to come from a on of Norvin president of lie Western Union telegraph Green was unable to throw any light n the He heard nothing from is son on the Schuy er father of the young aid he had not heard from his dead son ince he had gone west and the last time e saw him was the day before he started or his The general declared bat he knew nothing whatever about is sons litigation with his Eva and could not say whether his on had left a will disposing of his Eva who is slill a prisoner t and has eleven months to crve for her attack on Nurse card the news of Robert Ray Hamiltons eath this Keeper Patterson avs that she shed a few quiet but made no She persists that she is he lawful widow of Robert Ray and is onfident that her lawyers will get her a dfes share of his says the ght will be made if there is any opposi ion to her The he baby whom Eva Hamilton declared vas the offspring of Robert Ray Is still under the care of Roop n THE DEATH reen arrived in this city last He on linns the truth of the finding of tobert Ray Hamiltons body in the nake Green says there is no oubt the body found was that of Robert Lay Hamilton in spite of the doubts ex resscd in New The body had een in the water many Hamilton irobably attempted to ford the river at He was a good swimmer and irobably cast himself loose from his iorse and attempted to swim lis spurs clogged with the water weeds nd may be they cost him his There verc no marks of violence on his Robert Itar Hamilton was a irreiit iremrlson f Alexander the famous and a son of General SchuvlT He was born in New Vorfc In lu was a jrnuUwto of Columbia colUirc and of tie Columbia and was a iwyerby lie was elctedto the ssembiy from that city as n republican in and was also ekcttd in ISSTnnd Ie took a diip interest in and served n the assembly with in ISSS he was delcjratc to the republican national conven A FOOL AND HIS Carlltii Kartily Ucrtpolled of S NEW Car a Chicago bookmaker who has been topping at the Hotel has been n the habit of keeping money in a box n his room over The hotel man ager expostulated and advised him to ock it up in the hotel Carlan did last and this morning when the box was handed hint out of the safe he vas horrified to find the it had con fined The police are working on the The autl Ticket Agents In Scs American As sociation of General Passenger Agents and Ticket Agents met here today after transacting much routine voted to hold its next meeting at San In response to an invitation from the governor of Nebraska and the officials of of the asso ciation resolved to make a stop at Lin coln on their return Killed His Wife ami KAXSAS Cm three months ago Martin Reed and wife col ored each charging tho other with Reed went to live with her Reed went there this shot and killed his wife and then attempted to shoot but after a struggle she escaped from the Reed then Incendiarism at Special to The HawkEyeJ busi ness houses on Main and the Foltz drug store and opera house were de stroyed by fire hero The loss is over with no The was has cached here ot a suicide at West Liber which has thrown that little city fnto i state ot Miss Jeunie a girl ot 18 who has been taking her homo with her done so since her aethers death several years uicided by shooting herself with a No cause is known or tho deed and it is said that here was no love affair or attachment hat any one knows about that could igurein the She left a note ad ressed to her fatherin which she simply aid she was tired of He health eems to have been generally good except hat at times she had seemed to ected with some sort of but was not of a nature to warrant any ne fn supposing that there was danger f her doing anything so dreadful as to take her own tartllng Demand of a Crazy Man Millie on Stopping In Tuesday ight a woman giving the name of cante from an eastern city to Dubuque with her little She ought lodging in one place and sent her hild to but later the child was etiirned to Its There was nothing articularly startling in this circum but yesterday a man appeared at er boarding place and demanded to see stating that she washis wife and desired custody of the He vas quite loud in his and it was bought for a time that his coming might irovoke serious lurphy refused to see but lurphy maintains that he will follow her to the end of the earth if necessary o get the Murphy said that short time age she procured a divorce rom her husband and came to Dubuque o engage in some class of business if this ity suited Her child Is now at although it will be brought here s soon as she decides to She was urprised to learn that a gentleman here laimed to be her She has not een but from the description given ays that he is not the man from whom he was divorced and must be else le mistakes her for another She lopes to locate peaceably in Dubuque and oes not relish the idea of being followed iy a man making such unreasonable if he were her former he would have no claim on her r the child as she was divorced from Tiro Hoys Iturned to SALT morning the dwelling of at Park was Her two who wore In the were burned to death before they be rescued it is undertook to start a fire by the aid of coal oil and th usual explosion Henderson County democrats ot Henderson county met here today In convention and nominated county The convention wa one of considerable luterest andalivel time was Changes In tho Portuguese Lisbon cor respondent of the Times says there an various rumors current of changes In th The latest is that only Senio Ribiero has The Attieletlcs stockholders ot the Atheletic Base Bal club American association announcec tonight that financial difficulties wi prevent finishing the forget board ofv trad meeting TIRED OF Oss Jennie of West Lib Kills Vo Reason Known for the Attempted AHOihrtina tlon at eraLXowu WANTS TO EBCOVSR HIS INCENDIARIES AT Hreak Out Simultaneously in a Little Iowa fires iroke out simultaneously about one clock this one in the old Scott luilding and the other in the new town just The buildings were everai hundred feet apart and both were a portion of the brick walls of lie latter only Besides these he tire cummunicated to Moons car entef the George house barn and esidence and the Draper which vere all The fires were both indoubtedly the work of an incendiary nd there is much Loss bout with only a few hundred ollars The new town hail iad not yet been turned over to the town iy the HOW DID HE DIE in UusatlsfHctory Autopsy on the ISody of Martin at vho was suddenly attacked by brain rouble in our park a week died on Thursday night and was buried here Some six or eight doctors leld an autopsy upon his body and pub ished their but it is silent as to vhether or not his trouble was caused iy a severe blow on the inflicted ya prominent neighbor a few days be ore his It is said the doctors lad trouble in agreeing upon the Che fact that most of them were cm ployed by the prominent ueiehbor gives significance to the silence ot the report upon the point the public feels most interest Martin was one of he oldest settlers of this very lighly esteemed by all who new and ho circumstances surrounding his death are creating considerable feeling and dis OTTDHWAS The Coal Palace Opened Auiitl Xouip aud has een a proud day for the queen city of owas great coal regions and will long remembered by the citizens and the thousands of visitors who thronged the halls aud galleries of the beautiful coal It was the opening day and he ceremonies were conducted amid the utmost enthusism ot a vast throng ot Governor Boies was present and formally opened the palaue at two Atasignal the machinery wasset in motion and the whistles and bells in the city were Mayor Epps de livered the address of welcome and the governor the address ot the This evening Governor Holes and the state officers were tendered a reception at tho palace and Architect Brown was presented tho gold medal awarded the best Twenty thousand tickets have already been so that the pal ace is already an assured financial suc Tomorrow is Missouri and Governor Francis and exGovernors Crit teuden and Stannard will deliver ad AN INOENDIART Four Thousand Worth of Busin Property Destroyed at Soecial to THE last night at ten miles east ot destroyed business property to the amouu of Incendiarism was the when Goddardreplevlnea and tnteresUiiff tho be tenant and owner and the still more fnterestlni ODiindruni as tothe ownership of leavenly body that falls on mundan The price of the original se nty pounds of rock of the jerolii onsisted was That AttemptedAimaiiidnKtlonl assassination elective who has figured so con fn the Ealnsbarger case has c uite a ripple of There isjioaition on the pact of o discredit Burkes entire statemenCtoj renounce it an utter fabrication and cleverly laid and executed o produce another Reinsbarger t ion and acquire for himself further Others feel the affair was coldblooded attempt to put 4 iim out of the either directly bySf litter or the pliant tool of Vho these enemies are and whose teady hand fired the shot that bareIyVr his is a mystery bly will remain The Political Jf ot Will ounty convention wilt be held the 26this nd after that the political pot will boil will be or Will Thomas for Lister for county and Vilbern for On the endent ticket William Kaye wiitruafor Roraey for supervisor and McCullum for county The county The Adjouni Special to the FlawkEyeJ The yearly meeting of Iowa Friends closed this af It has been the grandest meet ng in the history of the NORTHWEST IOWA The Conference at Spirited Fight Xorth west Iowa conference ot theMetbodis church opened here One of the the most important subjects to be setllec will be whether the new university of thi northwest in Sioux City will be placed under the charge of the Tin university has been committed by the Additions to th different departments have already been opened in temporary quarters while the buildlngsMre being put The officers will ask The conference to make it thi official school for the ant friends ot the other three Methodist co leges ot Iowa will oppose The Indica tions point to a spirited especial by the friends of Cornell Goddard the Aerolites FOKLST Minnesota state university has been de feated in its replevin suit to recover pos session of the celebrated asrolite tha fell on Goddards near thi The defendant has ap pealed to the supreme court of the state Goddard is the owner of the property 01 which the lerolite His wh occupied the has sold the ajrolit to Wtuchell as the university and it had been dellvcrei of a Xotect nown Percheron stallion Old Brilliant died last night of hemorrhage of 3 He was bred by Ernest of Southeast Rotrow and imported to this country In 3S1 by Leonard of lie had been owned by of since He wcutythree years Mangled by the Special to The n who gives name as George Mor attempted to board a freight lis and slipped under the nd one leg was cut He says his oiks live at Kansas Killed by ISpeciat to The jeorge who lives near this place as kicked by a mule this morning and led a few minutes A Des Tailor DES Oscar Lof a made an assignment yes The assets are about the abilities Cuuip Special to The great lethodist camp meeting commenced ay and promises to be an auspicious oc Stornsy Jordans the notorious has one to He was fined S500 and unable to pay THE Ipleudid Outlook for the Comlii tiun at New SEW spened and the prospects now for he most successful in the hls ory of the society are very There are a large number of al eady on the Among them are liver a noted trotter a pacer with a good iwned by Crookham Green a pacer Edward and Rosy a trotter owned by Crook a and three noted runners are also Valentines who won money at Grinnell races last and Farbers fine bred horse will also assist in making good time and interesting The stalls are all taken and more are being The amphitheater has been doubled In size and over expended the grounds this Our people are seem ngly delighted over the present Tile Oeuigoil fair to be held under the auspices of the vestern Fair Circuit association opened lere today and will remain in session three The exhibit promises to be very Flax Palace MASOX flax palace was opened at Forest City yester and the town is crowded visit The main building Is forty fees with an ell either the entire structure being three and covered with flax and 1 TheSac County SAC Sac City Agricultural society will hold Its sevea eenth annual exhibition at its grounds here next Friday and Satur A good time if weather is There will be good show both ot stock products and The Brook lyn district fair opened today and con tinues three There are on grounds a number of flyers from a The prospects are now for a the people for miles around befmr enthusiastic in making It The management better fair than has yet been held in section ot the and an immense tendance Is A new art amphitheater and vegetable hall are among the new additions to the The track has been Improved and thesor ciety guarantees better races than those at the state l IOWAS COIKT is estimated that the corn crop of Iowa will sell more the crop oJlast A CARNIVAL OF ing carnival of boats at Davenport promises to be thing in a gorgeous way ever attempted the upper KILLED rx A an was thrown from wagon loaded hay by the team nmg at Sioux neck was BLATXE TO COME telegrams indicate that Secretary Elaine will accept the invitation extended to him a week ago to attend the formal opening of the City Corn and deliver an WASTED citizen of Mi catine Island says that an immeiu amount of melons went to waste of cars to ship He number thus unmarketed at 100 and says there is loud complaint against the railroad company for not affording the needing facilities for i ThaS railroad company claim that there was such a demand for freight earaditring the melon season that it ntterlySiu possible to do more than was done Twelve twelves biisW and   

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