Burlington Hawk Eye, September 25, 1890

Burlington Hawk Eye

September 25, 1890

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Burlington Hawk Eye (Newspaper) - September 25, 1890, Burlington, Iowa HAWK-EYE. iSLlSHt-D: JUNE, 1839.) BL’KLINGTON, IOWA. THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 25, 185*0. (PRICE: 15 CENTS PER WEEK. *l»Workine r.-„ed ictomplisnea. ' : Congressman Has P'' tx? , IVD"!'"1 Claim* Called Up-- ......... ..* These ((('VP'' l,sr^<' Rf**" Number ot \rijlisted and VI-Capital News. itlcuce f,irr|‘9Pon< niN. Soot. , SI. • time f» ,lllie dear' tin it ii1 r ai tliP (] mo, Of W*11'1 When a . ■ iii. pension izing tho secretary of the navy to nor chase at his discretion, nickel ore or nickel metal to he used in the manufacture of nickel steel armor, plating of armor, piercing projectiles, and for Jiber naval objects and appropriating one million dollars for the purpose. The senate resumed consideration of the house bill (with the senate substitute) lo define and regulate the jurisdiction of the courts of tin- United States and ii was passed, 4> to b, and conferrers were appointed. The bill, as passed, provides for the appointment bv the et The Hawk Eye.) ; president, of an additional circuit indue 23.—Having no- ; with the saute compensation as other cir | et.it judges. Ii creates in each circuit j a circuit court of appeals, to consist of I three judges aud winch is to be a court : of recur ! with appellate jurisdiction. A J term is to be held annually by the circuit : court of appeals in several'judicial circuits. No appeal, whether by writ of I error or otherwise, is to be hereafter I taken or allowed from any district court j to I he eat ing circuit courts and no ap-! pel late jurisdiction is hereafter to be *-\-i ereised of allowed bv HE LOVED HIS WIFE But Loved Whisky More; Consequently She “ Fired ’’ Him. r during the past la successful efforts half of tie* old soldiers ‘ ,-d him to prepare for me a “'/thai work, and he prom-l', j again to do so. Hut hts h',''otherwise occupied so tiiat !,j !u investigate for myself. 'I .„ ation obtained iii the conli in the pension office hough the fact of his - v\a personally know ii ant hut cursory obser-meiiibcr of congress the passage of four or bifls during his term . usually congratulates him-„... re?''. because there are J ami thirty representatives I •v-f'our senators, each and every aq0 his colleagues to per-)f private oil!', and no an hope to secure .excessive , pand.' of his colleagues. er':; TowL quiet way, Gov. Gear semuf the passage ut ten aM., during the iiftieth could'nine during the present s. --ion .g-vfrstcongress. limy are as 'in the iiftieth congress he se-sut<‘ of pension bills for -,i. atm th congress—t’eusion to Hell t ot o. W. Story of ii Peculiar Caf,** From Keokuk — A Malden Lady's Suicide at Me-ciianicHviIle—Dubuque’* Sensu lion—down News expose them, but if they refuse much longer, lot them beware, for I tell you that the aristocratic head of many a family will bow low with grief if I get after thorn as I am able to do.” Such was her declaration when interviewed last night. Ii is claimed by many that the woman is simply playing a huge game of blackmail and may probably be arrested on that charge. Others say she is crazy. SUICIDED IN THE NIGHT. RETAINS HIS NERVE. Remarkable Composure Displayed by Murderer-Suspect Birchen. [Special to Tile Hawk-Eye.J iv Mourn, la., Sept. vt.—A novel case came up in tile superior court this morning. A white-headed Kohinsou-Crusoc son of fellow was arraigned on complaint of Ii is wife, who charged him with j attempting to break down the door of j the house in which she was stopping. I hey are an oddly assorted couple, she I being a fairly good looking girl of twenty i 'mimers. They came down the river ii^ .    boar    from    Dubuque    and stopped on an ho, -ill    i    ..ii    ,.7vU    ,    U>\U1U Cuurt* ! Island below the city, where the old man bul all appeals -hall only be subject to a engaged iii UG jgp ii! • iht pa»;G'‘ a. rn I it* 5)1. !' I fiftieth emigre: tittie-b congress—Relict' of S. I fiftieth col review in the supreme court of the ( nited States or in the circuit court of a ppeals. Mr. II.lie s joint resolution appropriating a million dollars lur the puivhase of nickel for the navy department was referred tvi the judiciary committee. I he senate then resumed consideration of the hi!! to establish a United States land court. Mr. Blair made a determined effort to have it postponed in order to take up the house bii! for the adjustment of wages of laborers under the eight-hour law, but after a long discussion his motion was reject* j. 'rho land court hill went over without action. The senate bill to pay the representatives of Captain Ericsson SIH.brio due him by claims in I s decree of tin.* court id’ was passed. Adjourned. rn t -.tit 11 iftit th [l I! tim- ftir-lh x -Tojillow bridge urb tiglon. gr< ss-Pension to :> -Relief of (d o. a in ss—Pension to ere." Pension I<» gres*.- Pension lo •ss I lier*‘ase Pen- TEE HOU Sr HK ‘IV fit lie Eh • , H. d: special lirst congress for K< Margin • t P. Minter. ti i sa rn n 11 audit* >n. taxes in District of Co illen ell. ii Uh* ie p I. Chunk. <la Williams, nsion to Samuel [RT 111. A* Pension to Elizabeth Ogden. Pension to Mary ll. Stillier. .ppji. -emred the passage of a bill i{‘    ,f    Robert    J.    Bangness. jriiiee across tho Mississippi river at agron. Iowa. p. ,* building at Burlington. *e thousand dollars for dredging the lur at Burlington. s additional appropriation for the ic building at Keokuk. bridge over the Iowa river. the pension office it appears that ■poi* Gear has secured the fol-fc* number et allowances of pension lid soldiers: ? 8 OI «l TOI A J ii !»i V IU. ut r Ss ii. ..     2,250 u'.'omit of work covers only up to bt Urb, and th* r< have been a num bed since. The record f*    :    if    i    i'ii'.on cases credited Jot* -ii.if Gear. for soldiers who do re' a the first congressional dis-L When his attention was called to fj ■ to-day. Governor Gear said: s. :i soldiers from ail parts of the e*: A me aud I always attend to r i*e> when it i' possible to do so.” tat. aside from these outside eases, ira:, i t* i* ai of 2, A* a *» pension eases ad-f.    ne    congressman WBHViig unheard of at the pension ii tfl Si I: al •it I n*« a. IPI hr. -if Ik J ll. id I itll ? 9<ur ie E,i rill. jtngton \ Umber. ...    219 .    271 .....Jiff .....444 2Vi .....toll .    270 •■ olli 'ia'.' there did not know been accomplished by ii the whole work was statement prepared at si lk. Ti a much had ruer Gear, un lined and a (request. ? cue of these cases represents an ; : of di sk work and clerical labor j > tremendous. But in addition irresp'Cid* ne necessary in each i ooiviijg an average of live letters j I    50 letters, t he con- | man had to go to the pension office, j Gila- * use. examine all the papers. ! • ".'-u ‘iai.ua concerning them, see , 'laani.-siomT about them: and. at i "ame time keep track of all other j r-'-siuiia pus!ness, be present at a1! i ic >e nmetiiigs, and take part in I ^ation. and an active part too. The j Natation of ti.- tariff hill. the debate nv> stigation necessary to Ip posted ct on ming ail schedules; thing> would seem to be sufficient -pi (bd if,-.;; . " busy. without atter pensions, lint. somehow, g> managed to cover the ground ^'•si- y hi every direction, aud he a,'llV h ail unostentatiously, too. iii- \ oreover. managed to get sev-■ tor :he boys. although not e..b ie>r on*- hundredth as many as d have secured if the civil service PGiiri t been in the way. t •iris presented above speak for No amount of comment ii,ake them any stronger. No f1 commendation would raise man any higher in his people than he already tv OOI ■el ,p; Kesol ut i«ni .l*l(i|)lt*ii J .‘oiii the .I u.iuiary Disapproving <>t Kennedy's I npjtrliu-mentsry spee« ii. W a 'ii i Ni, ion . Sept. ‘TE—In the house. Miller, of South Carolina, who was yesterday given ilr*- se.a from the seventh district, took tile oath of office to day. Mr. 11 ill, of Illinois. I rom the committee un foreign a lfa irs. reported a resolution callii; : on the president for information relative in the killing of Gem rat Barrundia. Mr McCrary, of Kentucky, advocated the resolution in strong terms. Mr. Hitt said he believed every member of the house w.i' in accord in regard to the propriety of adopting tile resolution. lie wished to know all lite facts in reference to the matter and he was ad-vised that the state department would send the information promptly. The resolution was adopted. Mr. Stewart, of Vermont, from the committee on judiciary reported the following resolution: Whereas. The housedeeming it a high duty that the utmost courtesy aud decorum *lM-niandt d by parliamentary law and pre* < dent j should mara the mutual relations of thetxv.i i houses of congress,does hereby express it> dis- j approval of the unparliamentary language used by Hon. Hob, rt I*. Kennedy, representative from the state of Ohio in a speech delivered on the door of the house on the :5d day cr September. IshO, an*) published in the ('<>iitjrrx,'*iorutl J,• runt on September 14, lS'JO; and considering it im-practieable to s palate the un parliamentary portions of said sneerh from such parts thereof as may be parliamentary, /.v,si tired, That tie pub! ie printer b** direct ed to exclude from the permanent Coieji'tssioiKi' Jleront the ent ire spew ti of Robert P. Kennedy in the first part of the resolution mentioned. Mr. Kennedy made an eloquent speech in his own defense, making, however, no apology for the previous remarks. Mr. Stewart spoke briefly in reply, saying the question -imply was whether the speech, which was in spirit and substance a bitter and savage arraignment of a co-ordinate branch, was a violati hi of parliamentary law and privileges of the house. Mr. Boutelle ^aid the expunging of the entire speech of the gentleman was expunging a part of the republican platform. Mr. Struble, of Iowa, endeavored In vain to secure action on the substitute, declaring the house disapproves of so much of the speech a' in any manner reflects vt poll the senate or any member thereof in his official capacity. This was not read and the previous question was ordered on the former resolution. it being adopted—luff to iff. I he nays are: Anderson of Kansas, Atkinson of West Virginia. Baker, Boutelle, Brower, Clarke of \\ isconsin, ( og'well. Conger, Cummings. Dickerson, l eather-stone, Frick, Flood, Gifford. Greenhalge, Grosvenor. Hall, Hunsbrotigh, Kelly, Laws, McAdoo, Morrill. Mudd, O'Donnell, O'Neill of Massachusetts. Osborn, Fugsley. Sawyer, Smith of Illinois. Smith of West Virginia, Joseph I). Taylor, Townsend of Colorado, \ atidever, Vaiishaek, William- of Ohio, Wilson of Washington—lib. The house then went into committee of the whole on the senate amendments to the deficiency bill. The French spoliation claims amendments was non-eon-curred in and a conference ordered. The senate bills granting a pension of Si,OOO a year to the widow of Generals Fremont, McClellan and Crook were passed. On motion of Boutelle the senate bill wa' passed providing ftiat naval vessels of first rate be named after the states of the union: the second rate after the cities:    the third rate after important events or names connected with the naval history of the United States, aud the fourth rate after lakes and rivers. Adjourned.      _____ in picking pickles. The old j man loves his wife, he says. but evidently j loves whisky more, for he sold his boat I to the owner for a jug of the lire water ■ and went on a protracted spree. When ' lie got over the excitement contingent i to tin* trade In* returned to his humble I abode to find his fair better half and the ! lone pickle man in the same bed. ! lie was considerably agitated over the discovery, and proceeded to choke the I life out of his erring wife, after which he left. in disgust. The wife cann* to this city, where she has since resided as i above. \ esterday the old man came j along and endeavored to see his wife and I persuade lier to return with him. hut she would not do so. A peculiar feature of the cast* is thai no inaner what the woman does, tin man is willing to forgive, because, as in says:    "I love her. He claims to have spent, three or four . thousand dollars on her, and to have kept house when they had one. doing the cooking himself. The , woman is an inveterate novel reader, according to his story, and will not > work. As tin* wife did not appear in court, the old man was found guilty of being drunk and disorderly, and sent to the rock pile for six days to work out his heart ache. THE TIF,IE IS TOO SHORT. rile low.i Kailroail Commissioners Say They Cannot Del Oui a statement by December First—Diller Matters. [Special to The Hawk-Eye.} Des Moines, St pt. 'J J.—The hoard of railroad commissioners this morning sent a communication to the governor slating that it would be impossible to get out a ] yearly railroad report by the time specified by law—December tii'st—owning to tin* non-arrival from Washington of the necessary forms. The Crooked Creek railroad company, j which line runs from the coal mines I to Webster City, when the Mason j City and Ft. Dodge put in joint j rates on sixty day's trial. did not do so. The board this morning onit*red them to comply at once as the load comes under the provisions of the law. A decision made by the railroad commissioners tills morning is of interest to the traveling public. The complainant is IT. Ik McQuire, of Marengo, who charges the Chicago. Rock Island and l’acitic with not drawing accommodation trains up to the platforms so as to easily discharge th** passengers. IL* also charges I he road w ith not making connections with the Chicago and Northwestern railroad at Crawford. The board, after citing a number of authorities and laws covering the case, stated that the company should have 'topped trains at th** platforms, aud if damage was sustained. the only remedy is through the courts. In the second cast*, concerning not making connections, tho board says the rail-toad company sells tickets to go by certain trains connecting with another read, they -hall make the connections with said trains. _ WANTS $20 OOO DAMAGES. An I iiniarrietl Lady Ham;* Herself at Mechanicsville, Iowa. [Special to the Hawk-Eye.] Min ii anis VI li,e. Ta., Sept. ME—When some of the members of the Justice family went to awaken Miss Mary the elder daughter, yesterday morning, her bed was found disturbed but empty. A search of the house and premises was instituted and finally to the horror of the searchers her dead body was found hanging by the neck in tin* baru. She retired last night in her usual health but was very tired. She did her work yesterday as usual, including the family washing, and none noticed anything particularly unusual about he appearance or conduct. The appearance of the body and the surroundings seems to indicate that she made all arrangements methodically ami evinced it certain degree of premeditation. Her shoes were unlaced as though she had lain doxx ii on the bed and then arisen TenterUajr'it Evidence for the Prosecution iii Woo<Utock'« Celebrated Cane -The People Divided into lilrcliell anti Anti - Birch**!! Panic*. Woodstock, Out., Sept. 24.—The * Birchen trial was continued this morning, the court opening at ten o’clock sharp. The prisoner had slept well and was up in time to prepare his usual careful toilet before being called to face the j judge aud jury for the day. He was j i ready and waiting for the deputy sheriff ; I when the latter arrived In a hack. I It has been reported that Birchen i-j handcuffed on the way to ami from Du* court room, but such is not th** case. He | is the quietest, most easy-going prisoner I any jailor ever had to do with, aud ! neither complains nor gives trouble in any way. There was the usual crowd at the | ||lg wlfo K a fit companion for her l.us town ha!! entrance to see him pass. and ; bahd< Ul(1 in , very r<    ,,    ail th** yards put in an appearance. The company soon secured thirty new men and has given the strikers until to-morrow to decide what to do. Should they determine to stay out th** officials of the road will get a complete new force. I hey do not anticipate an extension of the trouble to other points on th** system. A CURIOUS MALFORMATION. A Child Horn Willi Pig;’* f eel lii*t»a*t of Hand*. Minnearot is, Mina., Sept. ,*i A monstrosity was born in this city Monday. The parents of th*- child reside on th** extension of Lake street, bordering on St. Louis par*, and just adjoining the city quarantine hospital. Th** house they now live in wa- formerly tenanted by two lie n aud two worn* ti who w. re popularly known as "th*-    chic!)**, thieves.” The police broke up thc.r retreat after they had made it int t• sting for the owners of (-'nicked.- through (»ut that entire section for ~* Vera! mon * ii' The house stood vacant for a 'inn* un;: ifs present oei ii pun is cam** into possesion. \V rn. Ladd is the name of the me forttinatd father. He is a truck den eland gardener, ami hard-working it an. his appearance was criticised bv manx. Birchen has raised up in this community two clearly defined parties, one in ids luring the night and simply slipped them | favor aud the other against him. Tilt on when sin* went out to commit the aet. Deceased was an lifty years of age unmarried lady some No reason is known for the ra-di aet. SOUGHT TO DROWN SORROW. Mrs. l-'mlfrick Keck, of I)tibn*|iie, Nearly End* Her Cir** iii a Cistern. Di nt qi I., la.. Sept. _■ I.—A truly sad ease e xists in this city. The family of Frederick Keek, consisting of himself, his wife and nine children, are in the deep waters of tribulation. Some days ago one of I In* children was taken with typhoid lever, others fell victims to the disease until five were prostrated at the same tim**. Th** faithful mother, with tin* help of th** father after working hours, attended to tin* wants of the afflicted little ones. At ia>t. worn out wff.h worry, overwork and loss of sleep. tin* moth r was taken with th** terrible discase. The house seemed to be shunned by everybody, and the father was compelled to quit work to eat^ for his loved ones all alone. Being physically exhausted when taken sick, tin* mother became dangerous. Delirium cairn* upon her ami it was only with th** greatest exertion that sin* could be held to her bed. About eight o'clock Monday morning, while unobserved, she crept from her bed and out doors where she jumped headlong into the cistern. The oldest boy heard the splash and running into the house told his father what his mother had,done. The father came immediately, and with great exertion rescued her from the watery grave sh*- had sought while crazed with delirium. She was unconscious when rescued. Medical assistance was summoned arid restoratives applied. She became quite a little better, but her chances of recovery are consider* d none too good. Charge*! Wit Ii Purloining Note*. (Special to th*- Hawk-Eye.] Exixii I si;rm„ Sept. ‘JI.—On arrival of tin* train from Ruthven this morning Sheriff Jacobs arrested II. I). Price, general agent of the New England Loan and I latter patty are the more numerous ami I | they are having their way pretty well ! during th** presentation of the case for I the prosecution, but th** prisoner's : friends ar** stalwart and ar** quite convinced either that he is innocent or that it will b** impossible to prove him guilty. The was a great crowd in th** court I room, including over a hundred ladies ! I The prisoner's wife aud sister-in-law | i were not present, Mrs. Birchen being I too nervous and ill to stand th** strain of watching th** court proceedings. Dr. Taylor, th** physician who was I called in to set* Ben well’s body when it i was found in til** swamp, was th** (irs! witness. He testilied that the clothing was frozen to th** ground. In view of iii*; attempt which iii** defense is **\-j pected to make to prove that the body I did not Ii** in the swamp during th** J storm of February IT, the day when. lien well was killed, Dr. Taylor was min-I ntoly examined as to th** condition of th** j body. Ile said he believed that when i found it tiad lain less than seven days in the swamp—possibly four, ll** demon-! st rated on the head of a juryman the position of the pistol shot wounds noticed in the corp'**, ll** said on examining the pistol 'hot hole in Beriw**!Ps overcoat collar he believed that this would correspond, if the collar was turned up, with the would and line of singed hair. Either of the two pistol wounds, he said, was sufficient, produce death. The condition of the heart led him to believe that it'ai tion had stopped in the middle of a beat. The other organs of the body were in a healthy condition, and there Was nothing to cause death but th** wounds on the head. These it was utterly impossible f**r lh** deceased to have inflicted on himself. Mr. Blackstoek, counsel for the defense. elicited from the witness that since th** event he had been reading up on medical conditions with reference to corpses, that th** witness’ statements of to-day were much fuller than any he had iven before, and that he flail not previ- j hie woman. Their baby ba- pig j instead of hands. In this connection th*- mother t* I interesting story, which gave ti'*- mu red OI ex is neon s< fondue; -t that ATI the talk of this malformation. She says that sum** lim*-ago they had on their place a number of ling' belonging lo ex-Alderman * ai**b Tingle}’. They k* pt th** n for Mr. Tingle} for a tim**. One day be cann* after then aud. ttn-r>-being rn* other help around, helped to catch the hogs. Of <■ there was a goo** deal molt, and th** mother, ai of the awful effect of her tered into it with all th*- z catching excites. She was no:    partied larly frightened, a> sh** remember' was uot a very unusual proceeding ff, parti**!lur. but sh*: remember* it we now. and will rn* doubt a* long ie sh* live- When ti.** child was horn Pier*-were th*- pig's feet. and tin* tirst til -ugh’ of tin* mother was of catching th** pigs. and lier censeieric smote her as though she had been guilty of a great wrong. The child is in other respects apparently quite healthy, arni it will probably survive. I>r. Russell, of til*- eighth ward. was called to attend Mrs. Ladd, and sh** had ab the attention necessary. Th;* child will bi* secured by t ii**dime museum people if the parents w ii cori'en; to it' exhibition. A FAIR YOUNG GIANTESS. she mrs** cffc-•ioils , en-nog- 11 an v TO BOYCOTT OUR GOODS. Europe Threatens to Retaliate Against the New Tariff The Attack on Beet amt Cannet! Cond* Already Begun- Berlin’* Weak Eire Brigade Excitement at Boa — Foreign Note*. London. Sept. JE Although no < on-i eerier! action ha' been agreed upon by i the European powers iii retaliation for j tfic McKinley bill. ti *r** seems to b** a I tacit understanding that a sort of boycott j 'hall be enforced against American good', j \ list ria, for some reason, takes the Tad I in tin* crusade against American mea ; hut th** work is being vigorously pushed I also iii Germany, Fran* ♦* and England I A Berlin paper ha' published a inenda-! cions letter from Chicago, purporting o> speak on behalf of thousands of German : residents and charging that it is th** j common practice at th** stock yards ti ; slaughter discased animals f* r export. ’ while the healthy meat is reserved for I horn** consumption. Th** Paris I.de u publishes a sensational 'tory that forty j member' of th** < athoffc congress at Fulda have been attacked with typhon ■ I fever from eating American canned :*,n st* r, and that four of them have died. The paper broadly asserts that al! American canned goods, as well a* America-I porK. are dangerous to health. The j Engl 'h official gazette contain' iinm-r-' oils notices and warning' against dis-| triets of til** I lilted States Wherein t .r tie ar*- alleged to be ageoted by pleuropneumonia. This is the work of Henry Chaplin, secretary of agriculture in tm-Salisbury cabinet, who sa Lincolnshire landlord, largely interested in cattle raising, 'i ii** Society of German Vin-Grower' ha- petitioned Chancellor von ( apriv i asking him to aid. by diplomat:* action, in preventing th** ruin of the- export trade w*tii America through th* operations of the McKinley bill. T wJl survive, though the industrial energy and fortitude of her people will be -ev**re:> tried. Eng and survived under protection, buts:.*- will treble her wealth under free ti bf!! I* not pointed a measure of domes policy. In proof of a letter written by Mr K V* a.an. letter written bv Smith said men!* were cont .rn »rro om M> Kinley n't Canada, it is a st;*-, md of breign : th Mr. Smith r*-ad Senator .Sherman to -I *1; sequin* *• of a Mr. Smith. Mr. Sherman crated by all her quarter*. Mr. -1 a teen) he THE WORLD'S FAIR. Ke**>! Ilion-, En i h <i-oa«t irally Adopt rd Ke- tnti* £ -slanderwin* Keportx. Chi* a* ii lion cot ti»* po Db »rt ti Th World’s i >1 low-rig r*"-.rope*n m evil dignity of ilumbian ex->uihi is sinner sa lience this -oun-c<>rr* s)M»r»dent» .im :-*« that the Con is prae-,:n newspapers - conoid* rat iou "VV ii "WHI deafly which I moll tm x * -uri-t- si x'. TI Ch* cen cd ap-<d certain -tiik* n the ■ of A merino rt, is evi-he reason* ako as the r entirely harmful i* ref ore. tie Nearly Seven Feet Hitch to Keep House for lier 'I rust company, upon a telegraphic j ously given this evidence to charge received from Mr. Glidden, cashier of tin Ruthven bank, that Price after conducting busine.'* at lilt* bank surrep-tiously purloined several not**' amounting to a large amount. Price denies that he ha* done anything wrong. ; 'n; it fc; if i •a !s experienced, able, pos-able friendship' in both house and the people will wisely Din ii, the harness a* long as jn^t-nt to serve them. Smith I). Fey. IX , the senate. Erne*: ‘‘I* Adopted for the House ( "art .I ii ii,dirt ion Bill. HIX*,Tov. Si I . S. ■pi. M.— Iu th** senate TEE TARIFF CONFERENCE. I&fv.i. re<l a resolution, which was a a the committee on library, for f°f a portrait of Daniel 1). I'Vd'v'.*1 iur,:"'r v’l<- president-of th** -1 ■;*!»'> and governor of Kentucky Hr F War of I til J. ■HBI: '1 'Y offered a concurrent resolu--    «as agreed to, directing the kw . j' ^tat-e, the treasury, the "-O'to examine and report the ,*;'!,u,ltlons of the international in .    l'!-oTeuce of February, I SUO, j , * ’ Par** and submit to congress ; talent into laws of such ree-aaations so far if -    ;o    lur as they apply to if-- J \lNt* departments and meet The' Va - proceeded to the con ; iu !. mr) ^objected passed -lidar. of bills on the to. Among the was th** senate bill in merits and services of Wd v !r:r (leor*e Wallace Melville, IG ®en of *?' 5s:lv-’’ a,ui other officers it. r, u ‘e Jeanette Arctic expedi-1:    for    the    advance of * Which    i ^    an(i for medals, on** *Sttrvw! 10 *H‘ presented to each of bi art- dead aii<^ l° heir* of the men Non'    reP°rt    on    the joint res- of lIl0rease ttie number of the ^dt'ab'ini Ii,l'ijrs °* lhe national home Aboard'    an<*    to    HD vacancies ^ H arevm"aS Pres°nted and agreed ■Pilfers    *or    a    board of eleven toad X x,1 namGl the following; Ed-Iteiiro^ / -’rri*l, of Kansas, for the un-Martin, de- No Conclusion X ct Arrived At—The Brin- | cipal Obstacle**. Washington. Sept. 24.— I he repub- j Roan members of the conference commit- ; tee on the tariff bill were again in consultation tlii* morning. Sugar and binding twine still remain the sole obstacles of a complete agreement. Th** republican conferrees were together two hours i this afternoon, but adjourned mini to-| morrow without having come to any con-: elusion. The attitude of the northwestern sen-I ators on binder twine is said to be the I ..rn* obstacle now remaining to final agree-: ment. If they would give up their demand for the retention of that article on the free list, it is said the house conferees would at once accept the senate's sugar schedule, and thus settle the whole matter. The flinder twine senators are being labored with by the conferree*, but so far there is no indication that then position has been changed. It was said a few minutes ago at the room' of th-* .senate finance committee, where the * (inference*, aae held, that a final meeting of the conferrees would probably not occur before to-morrow morning It is said that the bill will not contam a provision for the refunding of duties paid on goods remaining in bond at the time the bill takes effect in excess of the new rates lixed bv the bill. \ Colola**! Gem leman Brim;' Suit for False I inpriHonment. (.OUN* ll. Hi t EES, la.. Sept. 24. — Iii th** district court yesterday a jury was impaneled and tin* trial of a - Jo. oho damage suit begun. The plaintiff is Henry i Coombs, the colored man who wa> fig-I tired extensively of late as one of th** leading squatters on Cut* JI island pro-i perty. Th** defendant i' Edwin Bur-bridgc. a farmer of Crescent township. : The circumstances on which the suit is based happened in the latter part of l'*8. A set of harness and other articles were stolen from the farm of Burbridge, who I suspected Coombs and another person of the theft, and had them arrested and j locked up in the county jail. After I Coombs had been tiler*; eighteen hours Burbridge concluded lie was not one of the thieves and dismissed the suit as to 1 him. Coombs now sues for fals** inprison-j merit. HE COMETH NOT, SHE SAID. I The Failure of a Bridegroom to Appear Spoil- a Wedding Ceremony. Keokee, la., Sept. 24.—A young gen-■ Human, living in a western state, spent a few months in Keokuk last winter, and I while here became enamored of a most estimable young lady of this city. An acquaintance was sought, followed by an engagement after a short but interesting courtship, and the date of marriage was set for last evening. The guests wert* invited and a wedding repast spread, but the young man who was expected to arrive on the afternoon train, failed to put in an appearance to the mortification of the would-be bride, and the disappointment of tin* assembled guests, who departed without, witnessing a marriage ceremony. The supper still remains upon the table in til® dinning room. The lady is disposed to give th*; gentleman the benefit of all doubts and hopes that in* may yet arrive iii tim** to partake of th** repast, and fulfill the promises made while they were iii the blissful enjoyment of loves young dream. A Newspaper sueil. [Special to The Hawk-Eye.) Situ.EY. Sept. 24.—The Osceola county Trilmiu was sued yesterday for S25,00o for iibel by A. Rom**}’, a member of the board of supervisors of this county. The Tritium is a very    influential palier printed here. It is claimed by the plaintiff that the paper made remarks derogatory to the official integrity of th** plaintiff and inasmuch a* the plaintiff is before th** people for re-election, he think' the statement would tend to bring him into disrepute and public ridicule. turner Stone I aid. W a I Eta.do, la.. Sept. 24.—Sunday was a red-letter day for the Presbyterian * - ii 11 re Ll of Waterloo. They laid the corner stone of a line new church, which is to b** built of stone. The church is to la* located on the Ea*t Sid**, the opposite *i*l<* of th** river from the old building. : This wa' sold for S4.PO0, and with the added subscription, a building costing some SI5.000 is to in* erected. It is to I face the East Sid*- park and is to be com-' pleted *o a' to tie used before January. Th Warsaw Fair. Warsaw, 111., Sept. 24.—The Warsaw i fair will begin next Tuesday and dos** Friday. Wednesday will b** "Children's Day” when all youngsters under fifteen will be admitted free. Thursday will be •‘Republican Day” when members of the g. o. p. will bt* adderessed by ex-Goveruor Oglesby. The demo* rat' will take pos-| sc soon Friday and listen to an address by their candidate for the United State;* j senate, lion. John M. Palmer. A Dubuque* Fainter Misnine. Pf in qi K, la., Sept. 24.—P. IL Kee-! ley. a painter of this place, is missing. ! Ile Luis not been seen sin* ** 'Tuesday of last week aud it is generally supposed that he has left the city for good. He i has a large number of uncompleted contracts and has done an immense business this year. But it seems that he is hea-1 vily involved in debt and evidently did not care to remain and face the music. “'ted tar '    1 wansa: <-»* *? f -'<■**.. A. f0r “,V a L. Pearson, of Pennsyl-Hartra, f6 uuexPired term of John ^ceased; Willis W111 iam B. ;; GifioK SS“necticut; John C. Black, He. faunas W. C. Hyde, of <Lia a George W Mr. jj . _ , Went '^^d'tced a joint resolution et' without action, author- Steele, of Iii - Filibusters Given » Chance. Washington, Sept. 24.—The republican members of the house committee on rules got together this morning and * cussed the pending proposition to change the rules so as to compel members to vote bv fine or otherwise, it was suggested that some such provision might be necessary to compel the democratic members to attend the sessions of the house and insure final action upon the tariff bill. But after talking <)Vt r the matter and giving consideration to assurances given by certain prominent democratic members that the hna pas sage of the bill would not be delay* * ° obstructed by them, it was decided til at th** action proposed would be pi etna ^ and that it would be well to wait u» * the minority had betrayed a P,irP<K'1 to refrain from voting, before a < I ing stringent measures of com pi bion. WILL SCANDALIZE DUBUQUE The Four Hun*lr«*<l of That City Shaking iii Their Hoots. Di m qi'E, la., Sept. 2 4.—The social center of this city is said to be. just at present, on the crater of a huge volreno which threatens to burst forth at any moment, and many of the Four Hundred are shaking in their boots for fear of scandalous exposures threatened by a ••mysterious madam in black,” who for the [last two or three days has been flitting in and out of lawyers' offices here. It bas been learned that the mysterious lady is Mrs. Nellie Sturtevant, who was sent to the insane asylum about five years ago but discharged after three years. The grivance she has is as follows: Before the was sent to th** asylum, she claims to have learned that her husband had invested his earnings in a house of ill fame, the profit from which proved so large that dozens of others were anxious to invest. A stock company was therefore formed, including a large number of prominent business men, or "the aristoc-S racy” as she terms it. and houses were furnished in nearly every block in the city. Girls were kept at boarding houses and a general run of licentiousness per-! vaded tho whole town, while profits ran up isito the thousands of dollars. She claims to have discovered tins gigantic i scandal, and when it was ascertained that she knew it, a conspiracy was f*<rmed which landed her iii the asylum without cause. She made it so hot for them there that they were glad to dis-1 chagre her, aud she has now returned to Dubuque for satisfaction. She has a list j of business men as long as your arm who ; she says are stockholders in this curpo-: ration. “I have sent word to them that I if they will do the right thing, I will not Kx-Gov**rnor Sherman Oulte 111. [Specials to The Hawk-Eye.] Des Moines, Sept. 24.—The sad intelligence is received here this morning that ex-Governor Buren R. Sherman is very low at ids home in Waterloo. He has never fully recovered from the effects of la grippe of last year and suffers from j nervous prostration. His life is dis- I paired of.___ A Bank Sold. Vinton, ia.. Sept. 24.—The Farmers' J Loan and Trust company of Vinton has bought tin* banking business of W. F. Williams, including good will and banking house._________ Cerro Gordo Fair. Mason Pity, Sept. 24. — The Cerro Gordo county fair began here yesterday. The weather was tine and stock and other exhibits are quite fin**. Fatally Injured. [Special to The Hawk-Eye.] Rein beek, la., Sept. 24.—C. A. Peas*?. a diagonal brakeman, was caught between the cars at this place last night arid fatally injured. Death o! an Aged Lady. Dciu'qi k, la., Sept. 24.—The mother of Hon. J. J. Dunn, stat** oil inspectator, died this afternoon, aged eighty-one. tile crown. Mr. Blackstoek accused him of want of fairness, and said lie hoped til** witness would bear in mind that he wa* called for the purpose of giving evidence to the crown without prejudic** to th** prisoner. and would *how a fairness in keeping with the quasi-judicial position he occupied. Mr. Bl ack.*to*-k called th** court crier. a man of about th** height of the deceased. and, placing til** coat upon him. showed that only by th** coat being an exactly straight and the victim with iii' face turned exactly forward could th** wound; be made as lie had stated. The lawyer succeeded iii getting the doctor considerably "rattled” and made him contradict himself on several point*. Dr. Welford, th** ii**vt witness, de-! scribed tin* appearance of the body a' it I lay in the undertaking establishment during it> preparation for til** post mortem. Two or three points in th** cros*-| examination favored the prisoner. The shirt of the hotly wa' rather clean and stiff, seeming to conflict with the theory ; that it ha*! been out in the rain-storm all night. Appearance* indicated that tile body had not fallen in th** position found, but that it hail been placed there. Til** noon recess was here taken. John A. Orchard, a resident-of Niagara Falls, and II. Thompson, assessor there. at the afternoon session swore they had never known any man named Birehall or Somerset having property or doing farm- I ing at or about Niagara Falls. Pelley, Birchall's companion, was recalled and recognized Birchall’s several i letters which were put in evidence, relating to negotiations carried on by th** prisoner to induce himself (Pelley) and Benwell to come to Canada. Grigg, th** Princeton sexton, was questioned as to the attempt, as he sus-j pouted, to open a grave and steal B«*n-well's body. Wednesday night following the discovery of the body he heard a rig drive up and turn towards tile cemetery gate and drive over th** wooden bridge built across the ditch at the si*l*-of th** road. It was a most unusual thing for a visit to the cemetery to in-mad** at such a time and ii** raised a window blind to look out. The persons in lite rig put tile whip to the horse and drove rapidly away, ll*; was unable to identify them or give any clue. \ N IM COUTANT DISCOVERY. Au important discovery was mad** Gy detectives to-day. Birohell’s attorneys laid great stress on the fact that “F. C. Benwell” registered at the Commercial hotel in Bradford on January 13. To-day two young men of Bradford confessed they made the entry for a joke. This is considered a heavy blow to Birchen. An Irish (iii) Folio-* Over Brot her. New Yokk, Sept. 24.—Tie* registry clerk* and official' at th*- barge office wore struck dumb with amazement ye-terday when th** passenger* were he ug landed from the steamer Anchoria upon 'icing a female form towering high above th** head' of JDO passenger* w in* were crowded in th** inclosure at 'In* reg- j istry office. When it came to til*- young : woman's turn to have her pedigree recorded in Uncle barn's b*"»hs. 'he gav* the name of Beiia McDonald. The yourn, j lady, who was a very handsome brunet. ' with snapping black <*y -. -aid that 'biwa' born in the County Kildare. Ireland, and was sixteen and one-half years old. >h** -aid that lier height xxii' feet and I seven inches in h* r stocking*, and sh* ’ ti j*ped th** 'cal* ' at two hundred and seventy-four pound*. The young u:r was unusually intelligent and laughed heartily when asked whether 'tie xx a' a ! freak, dut denied th** insinuation, 'axing that sh** was going to keep house for h**i brother in this city. CAUGHT BY CUPID. >l*trriH£«- at Bunlinell. Iii . <*t air. Herbert Settle ami t!i*~ Lola McElxaiu. [Special to The Hawk-Eje.j Bc'Hneei.. III.. Sept. 24.—Married at the residence of the brid**'* parent* ii: this city at •'o'clock this ex cuing. Mi" Eola McFJvain, daughter of Mr. and Mr' J. N. McElvain, to Mr. Herbert Sutti**. Jacksonville, Ills., by the Rev. Copeland. The bride i* one of Bushnell'' most charming and accomplished young ladies: the groom i> tin* chief clerk in :Ii** passenger department of the Jacksonville aud Southeastern railroad, 'rite happy - Bpi* left on the nine o'clock train on their wedding tour. Mr anil Mr'. Suit!** w be at their home in Jacksonville on aud after <)etob**r iir*t. SMASHED BY A WHALE. Two Boats Wrecked by ii Leviathan ii: t he A ret ic t D *>a ii. San Khan* I****. Sept. 24.—Th*- ap-tain of th** sealing si-hoor er Maggie May. which arrive*! h*-re yesterday, reports having spoken th** whaler* John ami Winthrop. Du Augu*t lo the Winthrop sighted a large whale and twob*-ais wen sent after it. A- soon ;i' The whale wa' 'truck by harpoons it wre. ked both D-* boats by striking their xx h its tai . Two of th** m**!i were killed am! another had both leg* broken. The John and Winthrop had eight whales. BACK TO WASHINGTON. Obtained Money Under False Pretenses. Cm* ado, Sept. 24.—W. S. Johnston A Co., grain shippers, have begun suit against Edson Gregg, of St. Joe, Missouri, for $50,000 damages for obtaining money under fals** pretenses. According to the story of their attorn**}’. Gregg went into th** business of grain shipping a year ag** last October: convinced Johnston a Co. of his good financial standing and after a time began sending draft* fur large amounts until, as Johnston’s attorney says, they found they had paid $40,000 or more and never received any grain from Gregg as an equivalent. They also claim when they sought satisfaction Gregg had confessed judgment in favor of other parties and transferred his property to his brother. Th** jury after being out sixteen hours failed to agree. TROUBLE ON THE UNION PACIFIC. I*r«*-dd**nt Harrison and Party Bid Farewell to Cresson Springs, Cre*m»n, Pa., Sept. 24.—The presidential party left this morning at eleven o’clock in a private ear attached to th*-day express which is due in Washington about eight o’clock. The Mississippi Constitutional Convention. Jackson, Mi" . $ept 24.—The constitutional convention has disposed ot the franchise report excepting the section' regulating the election of officers, which have been recommitted. A minority of tin* committee on temperance recommended tile following amendment, to til** constitution: "All saloon* where spirituous liquors are kept for 'ale are hereby declared public nusiances and may tx* suppressed or abated by prosecution iii the name of the state or upon) complaint of any citizen. A Weak Eire Brigade. London, >**pt. 24.- Th*- relent i re i. Berlin, resulting in the death of Ila* persons arid th** injury of eleven, ai! occupants of one house, ha* been the -uh lect of a careful official inquiry. This tire had been preceded by numerous others attended by lo*- of life. Th** Berlin tire brigade was found to be in a deplorable state of inefficiency anti th** serious resuits of th* fir**' are directly traceable to this cause. The discipline of til** force is poor, the management i' in inefficient hands, the machinery i' of an obsolete type and there i' hardiy any life-saving department. The report • •a!:' fort a thorough reorganization of the brigade. There is much agitation among the citizens over these relation' and a reform of the system is speedily looked for. Th** buildings erected in recent year' during th** rapid growth of the city over new territory are of .. flimsier, though more showy, character 1 than those in the older portions, and ar-therefore more subject to rapid destruction by hr*-. Claims Traps Were I ai<E j London. Sept. 24.—Michael Duvitt : claims to know a trap was laid for Daiey and ilia’ he is able to prove similar traps w**r** laid for four other dynamite pris-j oner-, and that th** agent of Dublin cast! I purchased the dynamite an*! handed it t<> j tile police for the purpose. Fatally **-i*l<le«i by Strain. London. Sept. 24.—Ari explosion occur! d to day on th*- 'teamer Pandora at Armstrong ' ship yard, at New Uastle. Twelve person' were 'O badly '* * Jeff )> . i escaping 'team tha* they xxii! die. Two Editors Released. Pi bi in. Sept. 24.—At Waterford today Judge Waters reversed the    111*• i»• j of ilii'e:* months im prison me ut af hard labor pronounced upon Fisher, editor o: the Munster Espic**. arid Redmond, edi-; tor of the ii aferford AT* »*>. The txx > editors were committed under th** crimes Patrick O’Brien 111. Dei; in. Sept. 24. — Patrick O'Br en, a member of tin* how**? of commons, who ! was arrested here. is suffering from gastric catarrh. Kus-.iaii Prison Conduct, S-r. P: I EUMtl’Kn, Sept. 24.—The prise-department proposes a substitute T--I >rtati*'i. r< th** I - ltd of Saghalien at.*! solitary confinement for corporal punishment if- th*- . uses of prisoners in sibiria Grvat Damage l>y the Floods PvKi'. Sept. 24.— Further report'of * lam ag* by floods ar*; being received. Th** town of Annona}-. Depaatment of Ardeche. and the surrounding country have been inundated by the overflow from til** Canc** and Peaume rivers, and th* damage is enormous. Fa*-tor ie* ha\* ’•cen destroyed, bridge* swept away ami the railway* damaged to such an extent :i' to render them impassable. Th* . floods have been accompanied by some j loss of life. In Annona}' a manufacturer ! arid several men have been killed. The water i* 'till rising. A violent storm prevailed to-day in Cette, compelling a total suspension of traffic and doing much damage to r.iil-wavs. r F. expos;* ii on of th:* eotn- -♦'I* * x i nu rh i< ago -Ilion was w t isseiy •*- ti h»*r* tty -ij<- - > f . ? ths. a - J g.- i • 111 i. r t es its*!! on r >cor* I re made h> ti ie ad- '•ogrt.-ss full; 5 and site oft r* * I and rnationa; et c posi- •ast f>!; arui ) that i<* e x p< onion faring nationally an id na- e American could •- ..f th:' o.t uinis- eriz- d to tek* • such isable to cot inter- JuHons*ta • for- •w-paper- of Lon- . Madrid, an d rho mi to tIi♦- I* (■ling i - gn eountri* ia-si boation met general pi an oi M--*"sarv a' . the the re mit* MANT FARMERS Hi WANT, A i’errili* iii Porti« A'iii, x: man who ty, the tri* A I Mi ll nisi <>i in Dc't iovs ti:** Crop* t Ii ii rim Count y. 'I i ■ logan. D. U s., ■sept. t. A gentle-baa returned from Hur rn < oua-ran. give' a lur; ing a*-- -unto? - - .f th*- > c . ut storm in a dis-(ation. •v a cd . se* lion ►- w ide. i: n was t he ice aches *'t time, i ablation. ■ brough .x ri'hip*. a< res of I ioss in -graph -• tornu pr ’ he harvi - of -tar-.orm wa' Par" to Pl* W Man A SWEEPING DENIAL. ar,*-- E. Thomp- - ailed a inning ii ate rein other OSS. but >p:ng in over to The President of the Mormon Church An* swers the Report <>l the I tah Comuiif* Ilion, Salt LaWe. Utah, Sept. 24.—President Woodruff, of the Mormon church, to-day issued a manifesto in which, re-f**rr i.g t* ' .* statement in the report of the Utah cornu ssioi    r- rmges have t • en solemnized during the pa-; year and that ti.** Naders of the church hav** encouraged the continuance of pc!ygar y. he enters a -weeping denial that -    . ti : ' have occurred. Presi- W pron sr 'a;-kid. ii;. w I teach: prove* now p the I,; from den b ilia'much polygamy titutional court or me last re-• .-reby dec .sr**' I ' intention lo those iaxvs and us** his :nf!u-the member* of tit** church to I do iir.*-wise. I --re is noth-teaching to th*- church, or in ! hi'associates during the ti* J. which eau rea-onably be to u; s* »*r coco izage poly gawk* n aux- ♦•: i.*r had Used lang-i! .eared to convey such .>. u** had been promptly re-Tln* manifesto concludes:    "I cb v deciare that mv advice to ter Day >a Hts i' to reform them ultra* ting any marriage forbid-the law of the land." THE MCAULIFFE-SLAVIN FIGHT. Colorado Democrats. Denver, Sept. 24.—The democrat stat** convention was called to order this morning and Jacob Filius was chosen ! temporary chairmen. After th** appointment of various committees a recess xvas taken until two o’clock. In th** afternoon a permanent organization was affected and an adjournment taken until to-morrow. Axtell’** Match. Kankakee, iii.. Sept. 24. — Nelson, iii** stallion owned by Nelson, of Maine, trotted a mile over the Kankakee track this afternoon iii 2:12, equaling Axteil’s time. The first half was mad** in 1:0 4 J: last half was trotted against a heavy wind. It Will Come OU Within two Week-I taler Modified Conditions. London, Sept. J4.—Arrangements for th** international fight between Jo** Mi -A ; iff** ami Prank P. Slavin for the championship belt and tho champion-s'nfp of the world, have been fully mad*-, and th** contest will take place within two weeks. It i' understood the glove-wili be made in America and will be -lightly increased in size and the pugilists will fight fifteen instead of thirty rounds. All bets on th** fight have been declare*! void as tiler** has been police interference vt itil the fight and tile conditions that governed the original ma tell have been changed. The betting on tin* light commenced at Tattersall^ to-dav and McAuliffe wa- th** favorite. His fine condition and 'piended physique were greatly admired at th** Lambeth police court. EXCITEMENT AT GOA. St. Switchmen at Denver Re fa ne to Work i With A**Hi**tant Superintendent Born**. Denver. Sept. 24.—For some time the | Patrick's Pills give entire satis- ____ M >    ^ ^     __________ faction. I have used them in my family, j    unjon Pacific at, this point has been hav- j    !v/J'lond They are the best i ever used for the    jriK trouble with the switchmen. A I .. purpose.—Frank Cornelious, Purcell,    blockade in the yards has been a matter of serious detriment. It is ascertained that one of the chief difficulties has been Indian Ter. For sale by all druggists. Want a Five-Day Week.    , Isl! PK M I N <„ Mid,., Sept. 'ii. Four : ^    °"    ‘h.«    ."fff thousand miners have decided to ask for a five-day week, for the night shift. The mines are making money and no trouble is expected. Nervous debility, poor memory, diffidence, sexual weakness, pimples, cured by Dr. Miles’ Nervide. Samples free at J.H. Witte's drug store. A Monument to Prohibition. Chicago, Sept. 24.—The monument given by the Independent Order of Good Templars to the memory of prohibition was dedicated this afternoon at Rose Hill. John B. Finch was the orator. men to keep the yards blocked in order to exact "tips” from shippers. Several days ago the switchmen's grievance committee demanded the removal of Assistant Superintendent Burns, making several charges against him. Burns was suspended pending investigation but the charges being disproved General Superintendent Meek to-day reinstated him and notified the men of the trouble that had been complained of and that the men unwilling to work cordially with Burns must leave the service of the company to-day at noon. At one o’clock this afternoon not one of the one hundred and twenty-five men employed iu A Lineman Electrocuted. Omaha, Sept. 24.—Thomas Lewis, a lineman in th** employ of th** electric light company. wa> almost instantly killed by an electric current while cut-live wire this evening. This i: in the history of the city. What Doe** It Mean? "IOO looses On** Dollar" means simply that HooUs Sarsaparilla is th* most economical medicine to buy, because it gix es more for th** money than any other preparation. Each bottle contains IOO doses and will av* rage to last a month, while other preparations talo n according to directions, aru gone in a week. Theref ore. b<* sun* til get Hood’s Sarsaparilla, the best blood purifier. Pennsylvania Prohibitionists Nominate a Governor. Harrish!'Ro, Sept. 24.—The prohibition state convention to-day nominated J. D. Gill, of West Moreland, for governor, vice Charles Miller, who declined. The Official Who Ordered Hie Troops hi E ire Has Fled. London. Sept. 24.—Affairs in Goa ar** J reported to be in a terrible stat*- and 1 serious trouble is likely to occur at any moment. The election riot' have re-j suited in a state of siege being pro-; claimed throughout the whole province I and iii** streets are now patrolled by j armed troops. The official w ho order***! j til** troops to fire on the electors has tied. as have many of th** residents, while tin* governor has been advised to keep in-j doors for fear he may become a sacrifice to til** popular indignation. Headache, Neuralgia, Dizziness, Nervousness, Spasms, Sleeplessness, cured by Dr. Miles’ Nervine. Samples free at J H. Witte's drug store. Baldwin Smith on Reciprocity. Toronto. Ont., Sept. 24.—The Commercial Union club held its annual meeting last night. Goldwin Smith, president of the club, in hi' address said: "Our club holds its annual meeting again under its old name, which, let me say once more, means just wdiat it says commercial, not political, union. We rejoiced when the liberal party took up our cause, but it is the business of this club to promote the removal of trade restrictions as a commercial and industrial blessing to th** people, irrespective of ail parties, of course, whatever we may do will inure practically t<> th** benefit of tin* party which embraces our cause.” Mr. Sin»th then referred to th** present political and commercial situation. The McKinley bill, he said, is a great disaster, and xviii be felt much more by j Canadian farmers than by those having nothing personally to lose by it. who can afford to receive it with trumpet notes i of pathetic defiance. Of course, Canada TROUBLE IN THE STOCK YARDS. sn Heinie ii Refuse ti, Work With Nun-I Ilion Burlington Engineers A Strike I mminent. * in* x*.<>. >■ pt, 24.—The delayed arrival of Grand Masters Sweeney and Sargent is tending to precipitate a genera! strike among the Sto*'k Yards Switching association employes. Six switchmen wen* dis harged fbi- moron g, making twelve in a! xxii** have been similarly disposed of for refusing t*> work with Chieago, Burlington and Quincy nonunion engineer'. Two Burlington engineers were sent into the yards this morning. and after six switchmen had been diseharged for refusing to switch them te their destination' th** engines were sid*>-traeked It became definitely known that all of th-* men in the yards would refuse to w.-rk with B ;rlington. and it is ; believed that nothing except the pres-[ ern e md *'Citisei -ti' Sweeney and Sargent * an pr**ve,it another tie-up in the I yards. A SCRAMBLE AT A FUNERAL. Collapse ot a Snlevvalk Nearly Causes a I'* acedy. t il!* ado, Sept. I Thousands of curious people gathered ut th*- Lutheran church at Johnstone and Nineteenth streets to-day T*< witness the funeral of three girls k lied iu Sunday's wreck. When tit** church doors opened a rush for th* entrance caused a terrific jam. Suddenly a section of the sidewall; collapsed and over a hundred people dropped several feet. The crowd, frenzied xx h excitement, pushed in upon them aud the whole n an instant xvas a mass of scrambling, screaming people. Fortunately nobody was serious;/ injured hut many received ugly bruises and scratches. Looflruieii. The favorable Impression produced on the first appearance of the agreeable Ii*iuid fruit remedy, Syrup of Figs a few years ago has been more than confirmed by the pleasant experience of all who have used it. aud the success of the proprietors and manufacturers the California Fig Syrup Company. The Potter-Lovelle I mlr l>r»-dness Boston, >.*pt. 2 4. Th** footings of the Potter-Love!Ie liabilities show the in-debtednes- of all kinds to have Steen about $*>,000,000. The Cutest Little Thing**. "Cut*-'." he echoed. "Well, I don t know as the adj**ctive \xonkl have occurred to me in just that connection. Hut if you mean that they do their work thoroughly, yet make no fuss iilK>ut it; caus* no pain or weaku* ss: and, in short, are everything that a pill ouuht to I**-, ami nothing that it ought u t. then I agree that Pierces Pleasant Purgative Pellets arc a Po lit the cutest little things going! ;

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