Burlington Hawk Eye, October 3, 1890

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Burlington Hawk Eye (Newspaper) - October 3, 1890, Burlington, Iowa SUNDAY'S HAWK-EYE -    ... a Large Variety of Iuter- |Cout* "»ting Heading. THE BURLINGTON HAWK-EYE. ^bushed *. JUNE, 1839.) A DESERT. i Empty . Halls of Congress Ten ded Only Janitors. an Where Turmoil Reigned ‘ ^^Mniiths-CensaH Returns-Q u". » '■'*- TariffDill— * Ne"“- afloiox. Oct. jSu* «•' >lm°' .rotunda, of scrub-task of effac- SOIIH1 for va- dead. f them .—Tho capitol t deserted. A "".pre in the corridors and a small army -rrafft'd id tho f the walls and steps the evi-t the wear and tear of alen s plion. and a few newspaper 5 trPfi around, hoping against fa!i0 ' scrap of news would renoir visit. But every-ln the senate chamber Si wan d, and only the 3 of tho page boys was heard d the files of t he Recon}, ar* binding- Owens. OI    Vj rin the house, ll st raised ^ its the hali silence. _ tie committee - ■ ■*• pmnloved in attending to the iTuf the chairman, franking docu-. 0j ug letters. But an •■fail house-cleaning'’ pervaded ; and corner of the building. f voices iv prepare ■be was the only sat in a cloud by the men engaged in attending to his cormous the clerks r boo.; arizona. BURLINGTON. IOWA. PRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 1890. J DON’T FAIL TO BUY A COPY I Of Humify*4 ILwk-Kf«. Tin* special Kcatiir©* Will be Worth IJ«-4«ltnir (PRICE: 15 CENTS TER WEEK. As things now are, the senator* • far away from tho warks of the nation. are too yeomanry aud bul- i Report of the Territory— anti Prospects. —The annual re-Ari/ona says the in a more healthy con li. 2.- ipjid to agric Govern or It, Kesource ’^HISGTOS, DI Ol lie governor of EZ industry r. Great attention is be-ulture, owing to the ...venessoi the lands. The gov-thmks the restrictive legislation in r I cause an increase of Mormon Lrion to Arizona. The number of ..ow in the territory is esti-jtone-fifth of the population and ie "report states that unless re-ve measures were adopted the ter-w'i| become Mormon iced to such lent as to be affairs dice the COS .Bit, C 'Ut rptj* ILL State Department's Correspondence With Russia on the Subject. I'in XG TON, Oct. 2.—The president uerday transmitted to the house, in er to a resolution concerning the brcecc-uiof proscriptive edicts against Jew? in Russia, a report from the tretary of -late on the subject. In hi ler Secretary Blaine refers to the cor jondenee on the 'ame subject sent to (housein 1"2. anti says that since mute correspondence has been had th the government of Russia iii sev-^ca.'es of aliened interference by the gian authorities with the rights of bets of the Ignited States professing, Ming supposed to profess, the Jewish He says that the correspondence («-that the I n:ted States govern-lAbus omitted no proper occasion of (onstrance against the application of (lie :.>test to our citizens in Russia, hiving interests in Russia, and against enforcement of a disqualification indidon such test. which proceeding without warrant of recognition in the (tystipulations between the United He* and Russia, aud, moreover, is re-if u.    ta!    doctrine    <>f ;om of conscience and of equality of Bgiv.'belief nu which organized sully almost- universally rest the secretary further says that when tis first reported that a powerful gov went was about to take measures re-r    lug .    vast    number L I    its?uDjt-i-t> because of their    religion f department of state immediately graphed an inquiry, and Mr. George [ISart/.our ihnnii ti'Affaires ail in-pt replied that the rumor was with-foundation. A' the reports COWIN to reach this country, however, SS art / was directed to make a full ia«B*'rt August he replied that he had highest authority for maintaining Rtue lh."iau government    does not '*•    itemp.at#1 any change from the present I jig E' r,-einent of hi Jewish edict lo spa % seriously disturb society of the government and territory's chances for recommends that .constate protection to Ari-ujoyed by Idaho and that the oath be made applicable to ma The governor recommends jcenabling act for the admission of tea be passed by congress, that the Cariu-Apaches he removed from the jtory and the reservation be opened settlement. __________ EDICTS AGAINST THE JEWS. hood. He I gruel i iv las i> “I shalt G,lter at once upon a vigorous campaign, said Major McKinley ZI before leaving for Ohio. “J see o reason why I may not be elected, even in he gerrymandered d strict. The people there are my friends. I do not believe that I have any enemies, for I have always tried to make and keep friends since my childhood. I neVer have believed in abusive campaigns. No good is ever accomplished by them either for individuals or for parties.” That brief statement shows what manner of man William McKinley is. Ile is an honest, honorable man, brave, undaunted, believes in his friends, knows his record is clean, aud goes into the campaign expecting to win. And he will; in a district having 1,000 democratic majority. Perhaps there are abler men in congress, but then* is no purer and more honorable man in either house or senate than Major Stone, of Kentucky. He was a gal lam soldier during the late war, is a successful business man. and a popular congressman. He has a friend in every seat in the house, and not an enemy on earth. Ile was chairman of the committee on war claims in the last congress, and will be chairman of that same committee in the next congress if the democrat ie part gains control of the house in the tifty-seeond congress. He is regarded as an exceptionally honorable and conscientious man, and is one of the hardest working men in tin* Kentucky delegation. Hon. Mark. IL Dunuell, of Minnesota, has rendered conspicuous and able service as chairman of the committee on the eleventh census. He is a powerful speaker, an experienced legislator, and bis return to congress by his old constituents, was a wise move on their part. Governor Gear, of Iowa, is one of the urominent members of the house missed here since adjournment. He is one of the most tireless workers, and most successful representative the 'tate of Iowa has ever sent to congress. The democrats of Indianapolis will probably return Mr. Bynum to congress, and if the democrats have the next house. Mr. Bynum will be their speaker. lie is a tall man with smooth face, black hair, ungainly walk, eloquent of speech, and partisan as the devil. Senator Sanders and Power are willing to bet their senatorial togas that Tom ( arter will be re-elected by the people of Montana by about five thousand majority. Considering the ability of the man and what he has done for his state, the majority ought to be something like ten thousand instead of (ive. Smith D. Fry. MIND-READER JOHNSTONE. FOR THE BIG FAIR. The National Committee on Classifications Make a Report. President Palmer Will Not Accept the Salary of »12,OOO per Year-Ralt-road Robber* in Ohio—General News of Interest. bv' Mistakes m the Tariff Hill. ^A'HtNi.'iox, Oct. 2.—It appear" that important omi "ion was made in the iff bn: a- enrolled and signed. Social of the internal revenue schedule •let wa- originally stricken out by the Ll' and subsequently restored by the •ferem e was completely omitted in the R>i:ment. This section provided for avowance of drawback on smoking •tail'!ji'Ojf --,j tobacco and snuff held I®    agt at the date when J fl‘ons ~u ’nt° effect. As this 'January I next, however, there be ample opportunity for con-$ -ii it' next session to correct the 5rib'supplemental legislation. He Does Not Tse a “I'ake” Hood and Will Play Rase Hall Blindfolded. Chic aho, Oct. 2.—AY. lh Gooding, manager of I*. Alexnder Johnstone, Hie yiiud-reader. arrived here from Minneapolis yesterday and iii an interview’ warmly denied the statement of a Chicago physician that the hood used by Johnstone was transparent, and that by slipping the bandages down the mindreader wa" enabled to see. Mr. Gooding added:    This doctor has a bulging forehead, and by contraction of the eyebrow’s can raise bandages placed over his eyes. Then by having a ‘fake’ hood made, which opens by a pull on a cord, he gives a socalled expose iif .Tohnstsoue's work. John-stoni* frequently, and during warm weather especially, does not use any hood, and as a matter of fact his hood has no strings attached to it, and further he always allows any one who wishes in an audience to examine it. Probably over twenty thousand people have made a personal examination of it. The hood U"ed by the doctor would not stand the investigation of a dozen people, and it is singular that some of the scientific men with whom Johnstone has worked should not have observed these cords and loop-holes if they actually existed. “We are perfectly willing that any newspaper here should select a committee of prominent men in whom people have confidence, and subject Johnstone to the most rigid tests. On Saturday he will play base ball at the National league grounds while thoroughly blindfolded and controlled by Captain Anson. The latter is to stand on the home-plate aud 'will' Johnstone to do certain feat". This should afford sufficient evidence that Johnstone is just what he claims to be. The Doctor's ‘expose’ is simply a bid for notoriety, pure and simple.” ROBERT RAY HAMILTON. nia Pi* ifflO*: til** Census Returns. Oct. —The census *■'?;/Hda? au,: "meed the populations jj'-'-owing cities and towns: Dan-/;■ "b increase 3,795; Iteca-r‘ 'v ''•'ll. inn-i-use 7,294; Cham-" *    '.'27, increase 724; Mattoon. ncrea.se I, ii; Paris, Ills., ease CTO; Boone, Iowa. 6,513, -’J"; Marshalltown, Iowa, q K'ase 3,06s; Sioux City, Iowa, jr.- increase is(S<)2. It, -j tnta‘ population of the state of EJ Capsid crease ipsliire is an increase V'ri'- Will Send ail engineer. '-Hnxcrox, j). (*    2.—The de ■“Scut of the 'tate ha- received a dispatch 1 i.itod States legation at ■- A)res. announcing that the pres-" Argentine Republic has is-accepting the plan for an U -Amental railway commission. ,oa- sent a me: frJWhofky to t!l« ci mb ‘fflGnth. fc11 ** believed that long bels. l'fe a commission has been ap-lQan<i is probably on its way. 'Kit n,; ^ I decree *coni age to congress ask-ippoint engineers to fence in Washington lh1' dispatch is dated Au- IIis Will Presented for Probate. Nkw Youk, Oct. 2.—I. C. O’Connor, Jr., to-day presented a petition signed by Albert M. Slie.ir. Jr., one of the executors of Robert Ray Hamilton's will for probate of the will. The petition stated that the will was made March 17. He also states that heirs and next of the kin are Schupler Hamilton, the defendant's father and Schuyler Hamilton, Jr., a brother. Concerning Eva and tho child the petition stated:    “One Evangeline Manti, otherwise known as Evangeline Steele, and also as Evangeline L. Hamilton, claiming to be the widow of deceased, and that a certain child, known as Beatrice Ray claims to be the adopted daughter of the deceased, but petitioner avers he has not knowledge sufficient to form belief whether said child was adopted by deceased pursuant to statute." Surrogate Ransom has ordered citation to tho issue, returnable November is, and that one be served on Evangelim by publication.___ All Favor Reciprocity. Halifax, N. S., Get. 2.—A large gathering of friends of tho cabinet ministers visiting in Halifax was held yesterday near Rockingham. Fifteen hundred persons were present. Speeches wen made by Sir John A. McDonald and T E. Kenny, M. I’. All announced themselves as favoring reciprocity with the United States. Sir John Thompson announced the present policy of the government, owing to tariff changes in the United States, to be to subsidize fast steamship lines on the Pacific and At lantic, thus giving the Canadian people facilities for transportingt their produce and manufactures in a rapid manner to China. Japan and Australia, and to the gn at markets of Europe. Chicago, Oct. 2.—The national committee on the classification which for ten days has been working on the divisions of the groat fair has at last marked out the twelve divisions into which tho exhibits will bo divided. They have been practically agreed upon but not formally adopted and are as follows: Each letter represents a department: “A agriculture. “B” viticulture and horticulture. “C livestock. “D” mine" and metallurgy. “E" machinery. “F" electricity and electra! appliances. “G " manufactures and other elaborate industries. “ll" fine arts pictural and decorative. “I science, history, literature and social relations. “K" marine and fisheries. “L" the house and its accessories. costumes and personal equipment. “M isolated, collective and monographic exhibition not otherwise classified. Professor Goode, who yesterday explained his system of classification, examined the so-called DeYoung classification aud, before the committee to-day, said he approved the most of it and thought the dividing of the agricultural department into three great departments instead of one, as he placed it, was a decided improvement. Ile summed up his whole criticism in the remark that the committee had made a great many improvements on his classification, aud if they would only rearrange departments of science, literature, education, etc., it would please the public generally. It is given out officially that President Palmer, of the world's fair commission, will not accept the salary of ^12.000 per year voted him, but will content himself with his 86 dollars per diem as voted for the members of the commission by congress and will accept this only when in the actual performance of his duties. BOLD TRAIN ROBBERS. Two Masked Men Despoil ail Ohio Kqin .1 of Sts Valuables. Casky, ohio, Oct. 2.—A bold train robbery occured this morning on the Cincinnati, Sandusky and Cleveland railroad between that place and Urbana. Immediately after the train left Urbana two masked men with cocked revolvers ntered the express car and compelled the Adams express messenger, A. T. Scudder, to throw up his hands. They then ti(*d him securely, robbed the safe of packages containing several thousand dollars and other valuables. While they were at work a brakeman tried to enter the car and was shot at by one of tho robbers. Ile gave the alarm and the train was shoved up togivi an opportunity to capture the robbers but they jumped from the train just as it was entering West Liberty and disappeared in tin darkness, it then being just about .3:20 o’clock a. iii. Messenger Scudder wa bound in his chair with a line the robbers had brought with them. One of them, whom the other called “Jack,” tried to kill Scudder before leaving the car. Placing the revolver to the messen ger’s head, he pulled the trigger, but the cartridge failed to explode. The other robber then prevented him from trying it again. When the train pulled out of West Liberty the two robbers again got aboard, holding the entire crew at bay. Scudder, who had been released, opened fire em them with a pistol from bis car door, but was compelled to retreat. The robber kept on board until Bellefontaine wa reached, when they again jumped oil and disappeared, The officers at Bellefontaine were searching for them. Studier is about fifty years of age and lives in Cincinnati and has been on this run since she Adams company took charge of the express business on it, about three years ago. He had just received his month's salary and that was among the booty. MKSI1 KI IU NG HIK KOBB HK". Colt Mitt's, <>.. Oct. 2.—Superintendent Bimple, of the Adams Express commy, in a circular which he will issue this afternoon, describes the men a" follow":    Five feet eleven inches is height, weighing in the neighborhood of one hundred and eighty pounds each; wearing plain black overcoats, one with a cap and the other with a hat. The express messenger was robbed of his salary and the contents of the safe was taken, In all amounting to about 8500. SUSPECTS AKB K ST KI > AT BKI.LKI OX CX INK. Columbus, O., Get. 2.—A special from Bellefontaine says the men jumped olT at a crossing near that place and that two suspects have been arrested by the authorities there. Superintendent Bimple of the Adams Express company, in a circular which he will issue this afternoon, describes the men as follows: Five feet eleven inches in height, and weighing iii the neighborhood of one hundred and eighty pounds each: wearing plain black overcoats, one with a cap, the other with a hat. SAYS TUEY ONLY GOT 8500. Cl)T,UMbks, Ohio, Get. 2.—Superintendent Bimple, of the Adams Express left Columbus on the limited mail to-day for Urbana, giving the following account of the robbery as given to him by tin* express messenger: “Two men, one about, five feet ten inches in height, both wearing plain black overcoats, the smaller one answering to the name of Jake, one weighing about one hundred and ninety pounds, the other one hundred and seventy-five pounds, boarded express train No. 2 on the Cincinnati, Sandusky and Cleveland railroad at Pennsylvania Transfer. Urbana, Ohio, at 3:26 this morning, and after gagging A. L. Scudder, our express messenger, running between Cincinnati and Sandusky, robbed him of his salary and all the money in the safe, amounting to about 8500. The trainmen found tilt intruders in the front end of the baggage • ar and were run back at the muzzle of the revolver, and the last seen of the robbers was at Bellefontaine.” Superintendent Bomble will make hi headquarters at Urbana during the in vesti gat ion.____ CAUSE OF A BABY’S DEATH. posedly sleeping, with the eat lying across its face. A hasty examination disclosed tho fact that the infant was dead, or so nearly that it became impossible to restore life. The doctor arrived several hours later and at once declared that the child’s breath had been sucked by tho cat, producing suffocation. This conclusion w’as not arrived at by reason of any medical knowledge, for in the only two medical works on the subject of “kinderheil-kunde,” by Drs. Gerhardt aud Henoch, physicians ar*- particularly cautioned against believing any such theory, as well as against giving circulation to such reports, because of the fright and injury to mothers with babes. The breath-sucking theory is denominated an old midwife’s superstition and totally un worth the attention of any intelligent nineteenth-century motlier. It is on a par with the stories of untutored policemen who believe that a burglar can chloroform a household by poking saturated cotton through keyholes and underneath windows. "I. N - KL IX ss ANI* PKK POSTL KOU* Dr. Charles Warington Earle of the Washingtonian home whose experience in treating children is extensive, has this to say of the eat story: “Were death in any form not such a terribly depressing reality, and all the more in innocent bulies. I should laugh at this story. It is both senseless and preposterous, and I consider it even criminal to have' such a mistaken idea given oui by a coroner's jury which is supposed to ascertain the true cause of death. I don't see what Dr. Hektoen of the coroner's office meant by letting such nonsense get into a verdict. “A baby live mouths old is very weak and a good-sized eat lying on its breast over its face could easily suffocate it. such cases now and then occur and of course gave rise in the first place to tile breath-sucking notion. There is probably not one mother in twenty-five who has not discovered the affection a pet cat bears toward ti babe. The child’s body is warm and cats frequently leap into the crib and go to sleep near it. But the domestic cat is not a vampire nor such a bloodthirsty animal as this story would make it.V won.I) NOT HF HT TI IF. CHILD. “But suppose a cat were found with its mouth directly over a baby’s mouth ami inhaling tin* latter's breath?” “That might be true and still not hurt the child, 'i’he cat could only inhales the breath expired by the infant aud this contains no oxygen, and is of no use to the infant after once having passed out of the lungs. At any rate, respiration would not be affected in such a case. Therefore I repeat that a eat could not suck the infant’s breath, and it is pitiful to know that some people are so densely ignorant as to believe the story,” CLARKSON WELL SATISFIED. Very Much Encouraged and Hopeful as to the Campaign. President Harrison to Visit the Corn Palace—Indifferent Health Olttclal* —Consul Weare Resigns—A Counterfeiter's Scheme Foiled. [Special to The Hawk-Eye.l Dks Moines, Oct. 2.—Hon. J. S. son arrived at home this evening. Clark- lle is very much encouraged end hopeful a? to the campaign. Miss Clarkson Married. [Special to the Hawk-Eye.] Dks Moines, Oct. 2.—This evening Elizabeth Clarkson, the oldest daughter of R. P. Clarkson, editor of the Register, was married to E. R. Mesk, of Ft. Worth, Texas. The wedding was a quiet but elaborate family affair. Consul Weare Resigns. Cedak Rapids, la., Oct. 2.—Charles Weare, recently appointed consul to Vera Cruz, and who left for there only two weeks ago, has returned and sent in his resignation, lie did not like the country and people. Kept Their Marriage Secret. DuuuquE, Iowa, Get. 2.—Miss Sarah Brennan aud James Clary were married at Sinsinawa Mound, \Vis., April 27. They returned to their respective homes after the ceremony and the marriage was kept a secret until this week, when it accidentally leaked out. said the company objects to ii" employes being members of the organization known as the Knights of Labor The management is satisfied that membership of this partieular organization is inconsistent with faithful and efficient service to the company and i< likely af any time to prevent it from discharging its duties to the public. BAPTISTS IN SESSION. THREE WOMEN CLAIM HIM. Which May Be I lie Reason for .lames Petersen’s Sudden Disappearance. Bkiegepokt, Conn., <>ct. 2.—The sudden disappearance of James C. Peterson is causing much conjecture among the Swedish population here. Peterson came here about ten year" ago. establishing himself in the shoe-making business. After getting well started in business he told his friends in thought it wise for him to marry, and after fitting up a house took a pretty Swedish maiden to live with him. It was understood that they had been quiet Iv married. Nothing occurred to mar the happiness of the two and their little one until some months ago a lady and two children appeared at Petersen s shop. The woman claimed to be Petersen's wife, and said he had left her in destitute circumstances ten years ago. Whether she was his lawful wife or not, Petersen fitted up a house for her and went to live with her. To intimate friends he said that years ago in Denmark the woman had tried to poison him, and that In* could never, forgive her, though he did live with lier. The other woman saw little of him. A week ago Petersen told his wife he was going to New York, and would return at night. He has not been seen inee. Yesterday several creditor" from New York came ami seized the missing man's property. A third woman from Fast Bridgeport, aiming to be Petersen's wife, has been to the police making inquiries for him. COUNTERFEITERS CAPTURED. A North Lansing Trio in Hie Law. Lansing, Mich., <>et. : counterfeiters who have this vicinity with bogus were captured at North tile Haml* of I. — A trio of been flooding silver dollars Lansing last night. Charles Wesley Hastings, the leader of the gang, is a war veteran and has been engaged in business in a small way at St. Johns. His accomplices are Silas and Ben Hulitt. The gang were surprised in their room in the very act of running the base coin, with all their dies, ladles and metals. The newly-made dollars were still hot from the molds when captured. All three are desperate characters and attempted resistance but were driven into a comer before the guns of the officers and handcuffed. They will be taken to Detroit. INFESTED WITH THUGS. Will Visit the Corn Tulare. Sioux City, la., Get. 2.— From advices received to-day it is probable that President Harrison will visit the corn palace Saturday, October ll. lie will visit the Ottumwa coal palace the nth and be at Topeka, Kansas, the 10th. It is now arranged to have him leave Topeka the evening of the loth and get there Saturday noon. Arrested tor Clothes-Stealing. Mason City, la., Oct. 2.—John Hayden was yesterday bound over to the grand jury for clotbes-stealing. Considerable of this kind of work has been going on in this and adjacent cities fulsome time past. Hayden was arrested while wearing a new suit of clothes po."i-tiyely identified to be the property of another man. MI0,000 for a Life. Iowa City, la., Get. 2.—The jury in the < ase of Whelan (administrator) vs. the Chicago Milwaukee and St. Paul railroad returned a verdict for the plaintiff of 810,000 damages. The claim was for 815,000 for the killing of William Doyle in 1888. Doyle was a seton hand and was killed while working near Parnell, Iowa. The attorney for the defense have filed a motion for new trial. shooting Affray at Grinnell. [Special to The Hawk-Eye.] 11 kin n ell, la., Get. 2.—Perry Beaman, an inoffensive young hostler at Cludd's stable here, was brought into town last evening with a 5s caliber bullet in his shoulder. Young Beaman ha> always borne a good character but absolutely refused to talk about the "hooting. The bullet was extracted but the wound is painful.___ InililVereut Health Otticer*. [Special to The Hawk-Eye.) Di s Moines, Get. 2.—The Des Moines tate board of health have received news of the incomprehensible apathy and indifference of the local health officers at Nashua. Several eases of diphtheria have appeared and the people are extremely careless to quarantine or take precautions. Summary action will be taken by the state board if matters do not mend at once. Plot of » Counterfeiter Foiled. Dubuque, Get. 2. Jailer McCabe has intercepted several notes *ent by Fred Plaquotte, the counterfeiter eon ii tied in the county jail, to friends on the outside. He asked that tools be smuggled into the jail with which he could cut his way out. He also stated that he wa" organizing a general movement among the prisoners. Plaquette has been locked up in the solitary and is allowed to see no one.    _ CUTTING OF PASSENGER RATES. Charge* Have Been (’referred Against the Coicago, St. Fan! ami Kansas City. Dubuque, la., Get. 2.—Charges have been preferred before tin* Western Passenger association arid the interstate commerce commission by local officials of the^ Chicago, Burlington and Northern and Illinois Central that the local agents of the Chicago, St. Paul and Kansas City have been cutting the passenger rate to Chicago from 85.41 to *3.85. lf the charges are sustained the Kansas City is liable to a tint* of >5,Goo and expulsion from the Western Passenger association. The war between the local agents here is bitter.    _______ IOWA CITY'S POPULATION. Ann nit I Meet lug of Sunday St: lion I Convell. Bon and Baptist Association. (Special to The Hawk-Eye.] Carthage, Ills.. Get. 2.—The annual meeting of the Salem Baptist Sunday School Convention and the Woman'* Auxiliary Missionary Society convened in the First Baptist church in thi> city this morning. The annual meeting of the Salem Baptist Association begins a three days' session in the same church to-morrow morning. Both organizations are composed of ministers, deacons, elders and lay members of varioii" Baptist churches in the military tract of Illinois. The church was tilled with delegates to the Sunday School Convention. Rev. J. S. Deland, of Blandinsville. opened the meeting with devotional exercises and delivered the response to Deacon Cutler - addressor welcome. Letters and reports from Sunday school" in different parts of tin* district were read, I showing a decided increase in tin* work and membership. Officers for the ensuing year were elected. T. S. Dc .mo. Blandinsville, president: S. Mnsgrove. of Bezetta, clerk; i arkiist Cutler. Carthage, treasurer. This afternoon Mi"* Anna Smith, of Rozetta, discussed tile topic, “How can we secure from the scholars home study of lesson and regular attendance?” Miss Lida Talbot spoke of “Teaching the Little Ones.” Rev. A. J. Delano discussed “Teachers Work." Rev. G. W. Shad wick, of Raritan, discussed the advisability of maintaining union Sunday schools in Baptist churches. The various topics met with eoii'idera;>k* discussion. To-night Elder Stickle, of Oquawka, delivered a sermon. A feature of the afternoon exercise- wa- a discussion of “Qualification of Teachers." by Rev. ii. II. Deffcrman. of Bur■iingso!:. lo way. IRO] AND STEEL WORKERS. MONDAY’S CELEBRATION. ! Program of Exercise--Order of Par- j ade and Line of March. AiHlresne* By Governor Horace Boles anti Other Distinguished Speaker*—The Firework* Program Festival Note*. At a meeting of the executive committee and the chairman of the sub-committees last night at tin* Union hotel the following program for tin* great celebration next Monday was prepared: The Parade. First Division. Platoon of Mounted Police. chief Marshal Carl End© and'■tall Iowa Slate Hand ot lies Moine-. Burlington Rifle*. Governor Horace Boles. President J. A. Klep-pisch. Hon. Theo. Guelich and Mayor Dunean. Float —I oiurnt>ia and Germania. Company F. I. N G. of Ft. Madison. The Executive, Committee, the Speakers, aiel the tov Council in ( arriage*. Children <>r the (icrman Congregation*. Float—"A German Christina* Tree. SECOND DIVISION. Second Regiment Band of Monmouth. German Veteran*, singers or Burlington and West Burling!' ai. IU-tie vol* ut and Church Societies. THIRD DIVISION. Boat Club Band. Float—Ship with German Immigrant' Pioneer* with Grub Ae*. Float —“Turner*.” ( HD'nova and Burlington Tornei *. Delegations from Iowa and Illinois. It - resenfation — "Wandering Joumeynu ii and the Gen d’Amie KOI RTH DIVISION. Tie* saura Fe Band. ( iii/.'ii" of Ft. Ma ti*..n and Green Bay. Citizen* of L> e County, i Rid I chows, Druid", United Work nen and (It tier Lodge-. Kl KTH DIVISION. Oquawka,md West Burlington Band* IP presentation “TheSeven Simi. ai-The Suabian Society • ;ti/> nsot West Burlington and other*. Tile Butch* r* Wagon. Burlington Butcher" Society, Mount.’’ Industrial Float* and I Miler Tab!* nix SIX! II DIVISION. Orchard City Brass Bund. Floats aud Representation* of lndU"tr;>-~ ii whieh Germans ar*- Employed. Farmer*, Mounted arid iii Wagon-' t 'iii/.cut* in < 'arriage*. the Last Lo lieved of ~!0 lumber sale. one called <> started for Uh to a corner wanted to get of them, after a q proper wa" r» ach fie had apolog zed erpoo!. ohio, fair was rebop, the proceed* of a big At Washington street some it “Allegheny,' Gardner door but wa* jammed ililly several men who also He apologized to one iuarrel. After the city ed Gardner found that too soon His pia ket book wa- gone ,i- wa a *otbe gen’leman to whom the apology wa- in ade AT TRAGEDY AT NEW ALBANY. Two Voting Men Kill E.oli Other wilh the same Knife. ILLE, Ky.. Get. 2.—At New morning, William Loi r-Albany, Carroll, * .rigg". Indiana, this aged nineteen, TW aged twent}-one. ah cripple. The itter drew knife and stabbed < arrol! r w the knife sticking ai Carroll dy a moment street aft* knife from Grigg- ; ward fe few min J’HOV I tionai f eelebrat perform Island H Batch Bawtie foot s. which ago to Devlin thonsai .d. Burro ■r Gri the men d* arose ggs, arn wound and im Driggs ran aero* i drawing plunged ii Mediate ii! HO t Louis -itig a ar lo w av: ng ll the the I :nt/* after-d in a Modern *^n. Paoli. sri, R. I.. Get. -J.—A -en-a-ir*- of th*- cotton • eutenniai not on the program wa* the lance of Herric Militiaman, in h** dived from the so ket bridge. He -trui r Iuare hole forty feet h - prototype of -ixt ed *o jump. In af re appeared arid wa-id". He then -warn to Dev I n. a Rhode radiation of Sam th -ide of into a ten deep into one year-w seconds heercd by bore RAP! lire' in i> u I vv,; comes. burned tree*. the lo* Purest t ire* in South I V , >. . I the most reg x t y : cr, . It is im in tin during ’he sti Dakota. I).. Get. 2.—'The HilK are under co xttnguished un ti uare rn O'tly brush >ssi bl** vet **r and to rai pre-erit -ca' it. ' lie his ore*t control, ti rain *• been d dead st; mate ". The ar** the ie i. Louis, Second Day «>t t tic Session in Ne w York Interestiiiu Exercise*. New Yoke, Oct. 2.—The se<-oud day'-convention of the British iron and steel institute opened this morning with a somewhat larger attendance of members. A number of interesting papers wen-read. The presentation of til** Bessemer gold metal was then mad** to ex-Mayor Hewitt. An address of thanks by Hewitt and the reading of "Cveru! more papers were followed by a recess. At the afternoon session service* attending the unveiling of th** Lyman Holly -ta-tute in Washington square were begun. James Dredge delivered an addr*■"> ii Chickering hall. The afternoon session of th** British iron and steel institute wfa* set apart for the unveiling of a memorial bust <>1 the late Alexander Lyman Holly, th** ti "ti ii - I guished metallurgist. Th** statute was ererted in Wa'hington square Dy the American institute of mining engineers and is surmounted by a colO"*al bronze bust by Ward. The oration on Ho ly was delivered by James F. Dredge, of London. editor of Eni/in*trimj. Mn- F'cercises at • —“William Tel (Ipenirjr addr*- ilk. Band •tit. North Hill I’ I” Iowa S’ ss by the presid* \ K!< ppisch Addn'-** bv th** ifOvernof <*f Iowa, Horace Bol*-* Mush*—"M v Country 'Tis <d The* '. Pcbooi Child Addr*'** by Emu H<«-chster, F.*i., of rliicajro Mu-ic...    ('horns by German >imr* r* .\iHrt bv K- v. Pastor < thermal i. ut M us*-a ti ti* • Music..    Iowa    stat*- Baud Address bv Rev. Pastor Darius, of Burlington Iowa stat** Band Wacht am Rhein." cd Mc Mo.. day ' my *t hole Editor Lost Oct. 2.-l\ V* •.a ■ -Iv d; •ared Iron "Toppini I.oui*. L. Madbury, of Doniphan, last W. Jne*- g clothes, ha" the Hurst ai.*! dili- arch ■real :at <" !* wh* Tit*' I it tern.! t iou GM ABA. Get. I Funeral Director*. .—The International • ivertur* ('horns.. •Die ( ,-*t i vitie*. A Bemoon Grand “Yolk s FeM " at S-hlampp Music, specchc" and Amusements. Park. THE FIRE RECORD. A »,.Y«tO,OOO Blaze in Sydney. New south Wales. Sydney, N. S. W., Oct. I.—Firebr kl out in tbi" city last night, arid before it was extinguished B extended over a large arca in Bitt, Castle, R* agfi. Moor and Hunter *tre«'ts. Among til*' building" destroyed were the City bank, the Athena*um club, the warehouses of I.art A Son*. Felsheim A < ■.. Bu! a Co., Gibbs, Shollard A Co.. Lawler A Richardson, and Mr. Wrench. A number of other business houses were damaged. The I os" i" estimated at -. ,500.oui RAILROAD MATTERS. Disaffected Mock Holder* *M Illinois Cent r ii Prepare a Cir* alar. ('nu Amo. Oct. 2.— Di"*afleeted stock holder* of the Illinois Cen:rai have prepared a circular comparing the condition of tile road in I"*! and ti** v Summing up they say the* company in eight and one-half years has increased i*-share of capital and funded debt seventy million dollars at least; increased the annual interest charge over 8WM).ooo and its annual net income ha' decreas' d more than half a million. What encouragement. th** circular ask*. Is there for stockholders to put five millions more into the concern by increasing the share capital to forty-five millions a- requested by th** director'. A Decren*** in Burlington t urnings. Chicago, g t. 2.—The statement of the Burlington and Quincy road for the month of A .g ut shows a decrease in Oakesdale, Washington, Greatly Excited Over Hold Outlawry. San Fkanci.m o, Get. 2. — A Chronicle special from Spokane Falls, Washington, says the town of Oakesdale, forty miles from there, lins of late been infested with thugs and cut-throats whom the authorities are unable to hold in check. Many burglaries have been committed, d'he thug" have threatened to burn tile town and the citizens have organized for its defense. Yesterday an old-time vigilance committee was organized and three men ordered to leave town within fifteen minutes. They left. There is great excitement. The town is well guarded to prevent any acts of revenge. The Government Orders a Retaking of the Census. Iowa City. la., Get. 2.—A week ago it was discovered that the official figures at Washington gave only fifty-six hundred and twenty-eight as the population of Iowa City. An application for a recount was made. Meantime the daily Rcpuhli-ran at its own expense, made a canvass of th** city and found over five hundred people here including sixteen hundred students and families who are here nine months in the year. To-day the government ordered a recount. YOUNG MORMON PROSELYTES. Thirty-Two the net earnim sam** period la- 49,000 fri the rear. The t«leu I I’exus Mute Fair. [8 pee ho to The Hawk-Eye. J Get. 2.—Never before I»f the great west af-pportunity of visiting the state lair, which loth of this month and of November. Texas cr** in miniature. Its products, manufac- CIF A^IX(*Ton. (I ii a, 11 co I-. appointed Mc Chati© ./,/* ('0!uui[Jia I'nyatluup Indians. I.—The president is. Will Cu in back, I’. Kinkeacl, of Ken-!>• Drake, of th** Dis-a commission to visit . 'P Balian reservation iii th* file pi ' ^ Of WF I *tdrev,r* ‘nn?ton. and investigate Citess Prescribed by the act of improved August 19, 1890. The Pre,..,    ~ IV s., t    Giive    °nt    Many    Ollie©*. fcatta0g(»TOX’ 9ct' "•—I" the ten J    that closed yester- ,- j'1 Garrison se ut to the sen-twsw.WeJem:naii°ns. of which all but roniirmed. li’TER THE ADJOURNMENT. pnut.,,'7; 'Corn Re for the Boies rom Smith D. Fry. Hawk-Eye.) I.—The    senate did IJ°l as the house    did. The Allover    -*    bills, but    the house titer*..-    -’’"it.    The senate    filled page tiii 6 t-'oq/rex.xionnf ReconI ,efossil» Ulk: but the house filled f&lied. n-i 1 rei'°rds of work accom-Uw°hld L, .,e„senate is a great body; but bv *r eaier ‘f Hie senators were 4 airect vote of the people. WtsTjtSPOndf>nce (,r The b! but ^ over 5 Page of Republican (tain* in Idaho. BOIES City, Idaho, Get. 2.—The republicans claim the state by 2,.>00 majority. The democrats concede the state to th** republicans by 800 majority turns received show large gains republicans over the vote of Ism. county returns from four precincts give Wilson (dom.), for congress, 12 majority. Incomplete returns from five counties give Sweet (rep.), for congress, 956 majority. Meagre returns indicate that the legislature will stand 30 republicans and 22 democrats.___ Bucklin'* Arnica Salve. The best salve In the world for cuts bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, totter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions, and positively cures piles, or no pay required. is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale at Henry's drug store. The Mississippi River Convention. New York, Oct. 2.—The Mississippi river convention met again to-day heard statements from Straub Thweatt. of Helena, Arkansas, Graves of Memphis. When all 1.1^tei s ted parties were heard th** distil >u of the money will be decided upon. Every tissue of the body, every    luhy and muscle is made stronger and mon litany by taking Hood’s Sarsaparilla. and and and Doctors Denounce tile Verdict of a Coroner’s .lory Against a Cat. Chic ago, Oct. 2.—Deputy Coroner Monaghan, one of Coroner Hertz’s bright particular stars, held an inquest on th** body of a five-months-old baby yesterday and secured the following verdict; “We the jury are of the opinion that the deceased came to her death from suffocation produced bv a female cat inhaling her breath while in her cradle.” Aside from the mixed condition of the verdict, which doesn’t make it plain whether the cat was inhaling her own breath or that of the child, or how in either case it would produce death even if true, the case had a scientific aspect which at once provoked much indignation in medical circles. Probably not one reputable physician in Chicago who read the story but realized that a I earful I y mistaken idea would obtain, particularly among women, concerning th** cause of the child’s death. A great injustice is also done that popular household pet. the fells domestica. Not only the mother, Mrs. Fate Wozda, residing at 1046 Boyne avenue, but also Dr. B. R. Strzyzewski, who was called to attend the baby, testified at the inquest that the cat had “sucked the infant's breath” and thus killed it. The child died some time Monday evening. It had been given the cat to play with, and on going to the cradle about 9 o'clock in the evening the mother found her baby sup- «.ratifying to All. The high position attained and the universal acceptance and approval of th** pleasant liquid fruit remedy Syrup of Figs, as the most excellent laxative kovvn, illustrate the value of the qualities on which its success is based aud ar** abundantly gratifying to the California Fig Syrup company. More of the Cordell Matter. [Special to The Hawk-Eye.) Macomb, 111., Get. 2.—T. /,. Creel, of Industry, whose name lias been unpleasantly connected with the disappearance and death of Kila Cordell, writes a long communication to a local paper in which he says the investigating committee had determined to fasten Hie crime on him if possible, and intimates that the investigation revealed the fact that other parties than himself were guilty of the girl's death, lie says he is willing to furnish money and time to continuo tho investigation. A Keokuk paper charges that Pinkerton's “detective No. 8” spent his time while in Keokuk drinking at saloons and with disreputable company, and that it is believed lie did not care ti* find out anything about the girl’s murder. Young Girt* Eli Route I** ■ Salt Lake. New Yoke, Get. 3.—Authorities at the barge office this morning used an immense amount of moral persuasion on thirty-two young Mormons who arrived yesterday on the steamer Wyoming to induce them to forego their intention of becoming proselytes to the Mormon faith. The girls were all young and some of them remarkably pretty. The attempt to influence them proved an utter failure, and all the barge officers can do is to us** persuasion. The entire party will proceed on their journey tomorrow. THE WARSAW FAIR. DALLA". Tex.. were the people forded such an >■ Texas as during open" here on the closes on the 2nd will be shown Ii woods, minerals, Hirers, cattle and hors* ". The Atchison system ha" mad** reduced rat**" from Missouri river gateway* to Dallas and return and have offered the same arrangement" to connecting lines throughout the west, northwest and **;i"t as basing rat** for "ale o: round trip tickets via on** line with th** rate to be one, tin* lowest tirt-»• I;i"" fare for the round trip. Tickets will be sold <> toner 17, 21. 24 and 2?. good to include November 5. They Hr© Legion. Sarsaparillas and other advertised blood medicines are numerous, but th** only on** possessed of such superior curative properties as to warrant its manufacturers in selling it, as they are doing, through druggists, under a positive guarantee, is Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery, lf it don't benetit or cure you get the money hack whieh you pay for it. It is recommended to cure all chronic liver. I flood and lung disease*?, as biliousness, skin and scalp diseases, scrofulous sor**s and swellings, salt rheum, tetter, erysipelas and even scrofula of the lungs (or consumption), if taken in time. Hanlon Defeated. EA"! Liverpool, O., Get. 2.—The race to-day between Teemer and Hanlon was won by the former. Th** race was for 81,990. No time is given. Pears’ soap is the most pleasant toilet adjunct A Creditable Exposition—Children's Day -Ex-Governor ^Oglesby’* Address — Th© Races. [Special to The Hawk-Eye.] Warsaw, 111., Get. 2.—The Warsaw fair has been in progress here since Tuesday with a good attendance which has increased since the beginning. The exhibits in stock, machinery, arts and fruits is up to the usual excellent standard. Floral hall, as usual, is a bower of lochness, and is typical of the taste and skill of Warsaw ladies in regard to Horticulture. The races have not been \cry exciting, but are interesting and worth seeing. More and better ones are promised to-morrow. Yesterday wa children's day and about three hundred were on the grounds. To day ex-Gov ernor Oglesby delivered a characterist)* address, it being “republican day." A good crowd was present. The address was full of sound republican doctrine and pleased his audience greatly. Tomorrow General Palmer will champion the cause of democracy on “democratic day.” Large delegations of the “unwashed” are expected. The fair is a pronounced success. To-morrow will be the last big day. Objects to the Knights of Labor. New York. Get. 2.—A circular has been issued by H. W. Webb, third vice president of the New York Central and Hudson River railroad, in which it is f.veiling Program. Grand Pyrotechnic Utopiav from burg* - anchored in tie- river at th** I tot of .leger—rn street, con- st rig of the most magnific* ut c - !**ction of ti reworks ever exhibited in th -city. A tine program of music will also t**- r« n-dered by tie bands which will ne located on the terre boat and on the Boat House ha.•■■•ny. Line of March. The procession xviii form at th* corn* r of Washington arid Main, move south to !. re. "tre' t, counter-march at Union Depot, north >11 Main to .1* tferson, w* -t on Jefferson under th** commemorative arch to Central avenue, north to Washington, east on Washington'to Fourth, north on Fourth to Iowa, west on iowa to Fifth, south *>n Filth to the park. Tho Firework* Display. Grand salute of cannonading rockets. Beautiful prismatic Illumination iii erin:' ii amt emerald tir**s. Exhibition of fancy display rockets -relets- 1 ing showers of rut*:*' and sapphire met, is. jeweled stars, willow trees with hanging j branches, etc., etc. Display of Chinese musical candle', t, ii not*—which amid a shower,of -tint ating tires pr< c cot th roo gilt theair. -tin - -un ling musical n< >tes. curious and ii musing. Grand Motto Piece — “Wuen.~eht Gotten A Pend"—appear'in richly colored lace tires, surrounded lay jets and bursts of sun shower", electric spreaders, screamers, terminating with a grand artillery salute. Release of mixed and Japanese Ixunisht l1' 12-inch—displaying ©very color known t<« tie Pyrob-chnie Art. meteors, duration ~tar-whirligigs. comets, willow trees, ring*, cha.ii-and various combinations of same. LMspla\ piece. Chinese brilliant, open' with a center of,revolving sun fir*-", inclosing concentric, reb s of various colors, mutating t" jets and i**rbs of rich Cnin, "*■ sun fires. »• --mg with an explosion of maroons. D 'play piece. # Lit" 1 t v Tree, commences with a lung*- revolving eire-** *>t 'pray fires, inclosing a center of colored rings, changing to a brilliant tree of golden foliage and di'plax-Irig th*- national colors in prismatic jew* !* Display pi* <•<*, Peruvian Glory, exhibits a combination ot living Saxon*, supported t v a pyramid of color**,! illuminations, surrounded by golden jerbs, showing a brilliant gl**r> oi spray fires, t* rminating with a fen d* joie. Display piece. Saxon Pyramid, a magnificent pyrauafd of large "i/o with a beaut ful jeweled bas*- Mi I < enter, formed ot harmonious col- j or**<l lance work. at th** base. center and apex ] are displax cd tix‘0 rapidly rex olving gyrators ; with rings of variegated colors, th*- who!* richly embellished with jerb fountains di~-eharginv continuously streams of gorgeou* *pray and fix ing meteors, terminating with h**avy sale. >*. Display Pu e**, star ut America, an immense five pointed "tar in brilliant changing colored lane* til -. rounding bx rays of gorg«*ous sun fir* ending « * ■■    * 1 *<>n explosions. Grand Combination Motto Piece, opens bx displaying an immense American Eagle with spreading wings formed of diamond lance work *>f brilliant and appropriate colors, holds iii his talons the emblems ot peace and war. suddenly appears the motto. “* mr Adopt**! Country" in large letters of richly c*>lor**d tires. Th** whole surrounded bx a hah* of light, and surmounted bv many fountain" of screaming meteors, terminating with cannonades. Grand Closing Comb,nation Tempi© Piece. Commences bx displaying in magnificent lane** colors the beautiful and appropriate motto, dear to the hearts of our people, suggestive of strength and affection. "Germania ami * olumbin.” Th* whole richly embellished with gorgeous fountains of electric spreaders. r* nilling Meteors. jets aud jerbs of cannonading tire". Simultaneously with th** tiring <>t ftii- piece there will be displayed in combination another larg* motto piece in winch xx iii be exhibited a brilliant Cliines* wheel, dev eh* pi fig a center of pi i si ital tic* colored circles, wh* ii suddenly xxiii appear the motto “Good Night, worked out in \-ari-colored jets surround'd by "pal k mg tires and salutes, follow***! by th* 1 * -leasing of a Roquet Mobile or grand flight ut color,**] rockets, crossing and recrossing * ach other in their flight, th© whole producing a gorgeous picture and making a fitting final© to the exhibition. Funeral Dir* • tors' association to-day adopted a ro clition * xpr*-"iiig th* "*-U"c of convention that tie* anti-tru't Iliff re- M-ntiy passed ffy digress affrogat*-' ail contract" b*-t W'cn th** Nat binal Burial C.i '** a»~*> iat ion and Funera Dir* tors’ a""'- ation. Fatal Runaway at Aurora. Ai ROB x. II I., Get. 2.—-William Brown. a Tamarack 1 Armer, wa- driving along Fox street iii thi" * sty last evening, when th*- wagon w as capsized and Mrs. Brown ■ s thought to be fatally in j tired, having her skull frac .-tared. IL-r husband and two children escaped w th comparatively trifling ir. uri ie?. _ Ila).gelt t*y a .Mob. L<*1 DVD.I. , <>i. 2. — Ernest Hum- phrevs. th** negro who "hot and killed iticy Miller, another negro, at Princeton. Kentuck y. "terday. was taken from jail at that ■im* by a mob early this morning arc d hanged. Mi. **r wa" the second man I that Humphreys ha*I k lied. centering work iii ri Bact tic ft point" to Santa Ft ro'ifid tm atabal ary Kate Cutting. *t. 2.— I he wester 1 tenver this mon .ii _ a lion against the A titling rat©" from a.:*' a ’ ■ St. ic- line? began "souri Texa" The i ti if a rf I MKI the y tm rn. Ti **rnor An ((kl.th* I. T. I Th* " ( apl tai. t. '.’.—The apital at impi n pr* mea- Kl! **< at-< iklahoma th;" aft**r-" thai the ided 1 ired. xx Engineer I atwite "VILLE. 111.. Oct. immodatfon trai a coal tra the aceomodatic No one els© wa? I 111 ii ref! 2.—The Vanil til " event rig in. Engineer n. wa* hurt ratal! strike Declared (tit Sydney, Of*. A.—The labor , otigres" has declared lh© "hearer"' "luke off and ordered th** men to r* "urn** work. GENERAL FOREIGN NEWS. English Comment on the lri"h Belief London, • * t. 2 -zette print' an arf sneering manner u America, to ©"tab lief of th* It say? th to secure the Iri~h The Son "av"i I mid. Th* th* a ere sh famine sn ti movement is vote. ■ Anteri t. James Ha-mienling in a movement in md for the re-> iii Ireland, ■imply a dodge a The C'tab'i'hrn* ut of a Brl relieve distr**"' in Ireland is I The Daily St irs says; • Englishman honor." the lib) men of America. But every lisman must feel ashamed government, which i" only ct land coercion w ing her bread. M ii rd© rou* Z:;n/lt»»rm>". sham**" Us. ri'h futid to [operative.” Every true ■ral-hearted t ! .** Bilged his own tiering lre- "truqger" are **ff**r- of The Illinois Stat© Fair. Peoria, Get. 2.—The attendance at the stat© fair to-day reached fifty tholland. Award? were mad** to-dav iii horses, cattle, sheep, hogs and poultry. Several interesting events on the race track attracted much attention. Hon. ferry Busk, secretary of agriculture, and a party of four of the governor's party and many other distinguised guests were present. The state board of agriculture expect to clear M5,oho on the fair this year. Three Lwdies Killed by ;» Train. Mask I* * non* ; k, Que., I let. ..—The wife of Dr. Distaler. of this place, Mrs. Beche, Mrs. Herons and two children attempted to cross the Canadian Baeific railway tracks near Louisville in a carriage last night, when it was struck by a train and the three ladies instantly killed Tin* children escaped unhurt. Zanzibar, Oct. recent massacre lives of Vim hav Four men were "tate of Vitu. TI to K urn /.els * amp had I>*>**ti left in , planter named Dehnk had summoned them to disarmed th* in on the the massa* r<*. wln-i K —Particulars of the (Icrman-" y the na-inst been received, killed outright in th** *• murderer" then went and killed Horn, who barge, and murdered a e. The "iiltai his , day int/.*- S Ot ©A. (•option committee meets to- op'-n- Srriou* Accident at Dallas City. [Special to The Haw k-Eye.] Dallas City, III.. Get. 2.—A" Daniel M. Perkins wa" crossing the Santa Fe railroad track at the crossing **f Cedar street in a two-horse buggy, a freight train struck the vehicle and literally tore it to pieces. Mr. Perkins was thrown out and severely bruised The horses escaped with but a few scratches. The r( night at Turner hall. Rev. Groinmiseh will deliver th ing address at Si hlampp's park. The fireworks display will Ii** th** grandest ever witnessed in this section. From Mt. Pleasant comes word that the Athens will send a large delegation. The Ottumwa Turnverein has decided to attend our German Day celebration in a body. All church societies, schools and lodges not supplied with badges, can obtain same by railing at J A Kleppiseh •fc Co s. A grand gathering of children will take place in the North Hill park in the afternoon. The Boat Club hand will famish th** music. The executive committee yesterday met th** school board and made arrangements when*by all school children wishing to take part in th** festivities will be excused for non-attendance on that dav. ermin ng th rescuer and previous to abused the tat© of the Slicer N,m*cii*c. Brussels, Get. 2.—The Iniicinmlcti't lithic says that the adoption of th** McKinley tariff bill insures til** failure of world's fair at Chicago, and says it will be a needless and hopeless expense for Europeans to send exhibits. Minder »n,l Suicide. Tkov. N. Y . Get. J. Denton, living four miles from Saratoga, "hot his wife deaii and killed himself this afternoon. He is believed t** have been insane.    __ Advt©© to .Moth©™. Mrs. Winslow’s Soothing Syrup should always he used for children teething. It sooth,*s the child, soltens th*- gums, allays all pain, cures wind colic, and to the best r,-undy for Diarrhea. Twenty-live cent* a bottle. Th© National Cixil Service League. Boston, Get. 2.— At a meeting of the general committee of the National Civil Servii-e League to-day, it was voted to increase the executive committee by four, and Edward Carey, ' hark*" (.’oilins and William Bouk©, of Indiana, and Richard ll. Dana, of Cambridge, were the new members elected. At a business meeting then* was a fair attendance of members and a few spectators. Hon. (leo. William ( irtis was unanimously chosen president for the ensuing year. sultan, tho" party. Confess©" she \% ;»* ,» German Spy. Paris, (>, ;.    —Mine. Bonnet, the wo man who vv a" arrested at ('anti,-" on suspicion of being a German "py, and in whilst* pO""*‘""i"U were found plans of th** defenses of that p .im-, ha" confessed that "h-    \\.i" in the employ of tin* Ger man government at a monthly "alary **f thr*-< hundred francs, besides which she received fifteen fra tics daffy for traveling expenses. Sheffield "ted for the I nit©*! states Snkk KIKi.I>, oat. 2. During the past three months th** matin fa lurers of this city and district have exported steel to lh** United S ales to the value *»f t'Ts.sj.y so I, I    Tin* tola ev ports to the "ame country during th** same period foot up El79.997    "00.9"',.    i Sever© storm. Bkrkin, Get. 2 A sever© storm prevailed throughout northern Germany today. Serious damage xxii" done lo property. At Hamburg fix** person" were drown©,I and th** lower portion of tile city i" flooded. (lie Austrian Election" Vienna, Oct. 2.—Tin* elections for members of th** lower Austrian diet was held to-day. The anti-semities combined with tie* clerical" and captured five "eats in Vienna knottier (ii rail Knee >wn. Oct. 2. —The City of I* Ai 1:27 {) iii to-day at 1:45 for another race left I utoni. Death ot I \-Gov. Thomas of Maryland. Bai .ti more, Get .    2.    Ex-Governor Phillip Fran* is Thomas, of Maryland, who was secretary of th** treasury under President Buchanan died to-night aged eighty. Had His Becket Ricked of J*10,000. I’l l I "in Ko. Get. 2.—To-day while J K. Gardner, an extensive lumber dealer of Ridgeway. Ba., while returning from For Qi KEN"I New York and th** Te across th** splendid. Free samples of It*-. Miles Nervine at J Ii Witte’s Cures Ii ©adat he. Nervous* •*> ness. Neuralgia Fits. <*t Boulanger Io Winter at London, (> t 2.—Gen. B spend th** winter in Malta AI Ian t ic. Th© xx. at her is Lotorative drug store. '"iecplosx*- Mulla. (danger will I or beant \, for comfort, for improvement tit the complexion, us,* only t’ozzoni " Powder; there is nothing equal to it. ;

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