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   Burlington Hawk-Eye (Newspaper) - October 9, 1890, Burlington, Iowa                                HE iflent Harrisons Reception at Meeting with His Addresses Received in this prosperous stateT UUluI city has occurred to thought it more sire conclusion that nowhere VifVlhe the earth except in under DO 11 ot any breeze could such au MsSCS of the Day a Brilliant h When the I bearing the president ar liftlie at people ranging from the man of down to the baby at its The people wore They were on top of and even some adventurous k irere on top of the depotEvery was fullThe platform was The loads were The for blocks were The S lojs were between two human The aides shouted and around their nervous horses to iusands of Old Soldiers and f Children in Journey from Peo flics on an Engine and Toots the flujnphant Ovation All Along the security as a nation of nishcd an invincible ariny vhenlhn drKCr i lightened conscience and hearts this country may r daunted hope ees Here is the ultimate distribution of governmental power of all the e the and and and ever to maintain this conn to continue it in this great career is by this greaT7aw libertyloving people by whom they are chosen to these important It is the great thought of our country that men shall bo Jov erncd as little as possible that full lbmy shall be given to individual effortTand that the restraints of law should bo re WW fA6 turtulaat and What is it that makes your committees that makes these farm houses It is this great and allpervad sentimcnt at exalts tho THURSDAY OCTOBER 1890 his youth We are heri th engaged in a patriotic tHa field of enlarged love of the seams with iho throng and Then then the loorah hoorah How vocifer the crowd One scarcely licar the salute fired by iin Tobys battery on the college The peal of two brass twelve sders was like an echo compared thetiimultuous shouts of the idrcd sriranc forward to grasp the tats lie looked fresh and rug tefrceungs were was Itinctlon of The prominent iieccived no more sincere itee than did the poorest The reception committee ohand and quickly escorted the il party to the the Belearine the It was hard The crowd would see the presi As he passed along the cheering At the Union hotel the Icntivas iskeii to a private a short time arrangements were lor a brief reception to distin ed and local The presi retcived several visitors in his pri parlor during the At General Post announced that the was ready to The its party then left the hotel and about the public square to which had been erected facing The crowd was packed so Ijin front of the stand that it was ittralty the head of the procession its ray The first part ion was composed of school of whom there were fully t The president stood at the front 1 ie his hat in his right t bowing to the children as they All of the children carried little i More all of them had passed the rdfrew impatient and the commit ra Irom the platform called to the state move Progress was and before onehalf children had passed in review the lithemain procession had reached It was halted and bjlace facing the president until ille ones had completed the circle In the meantime Itn was beatinx down on the presi ilad and an umbrella taght forward and held above When the Galesburg kindergarten the teachers threw bunches of and the president several of tliem in his pm ta the school children walked the General Harrisons old brig Itaj stopped a dozen times and a tie and as they passed Mtie presidents eyes were filled main headed igimcnt of to pass the reviewing of rT snd lire companies and a Ion oi The review was dat staud i he president ja to the court where a o been A chorus of dressed in of muslin lnd welcomed The President in the of the fcto wbicu had gath program opened tin Kegiment Hood was introduced 1 divine After J1 Mayor Stevens of In his ilcvcns expressed regret f was not tnc honor of the pres distinguished guests gath Platform he said the College us warmest thanks to the welcomed the president rathe colleges Knox and stands with a threatening warn ing to and above all it is that pervading thought that gives to every man what is his and claims only what is Great applause 1 The war was only fought that the law might not lose its sanction and its sanctity If we had suffered that dismemberment would have been lesser but we taught those who resisted tho law and taught the world that the great sentiment of loy alty to our written law was so strong in this country that no con spiracies or combinations could overturn good and Our government will not fail to go on in its increasing career of development in pop in in intelligence and in morality so long as we hold every where in the in tho communi ties and in the nation this great thought Jivcry man shall keep the law which se cures him in his own and shall not trample upon the rights of another Let us divide upon the tariff laughter and but let there never be a division among the Amer ican people upon this that nowhere shall turned in the Great ncicnt which should bo the ob of all then let the people modify but while it is the law let us in sist that it shall be wreatCJ ald bein sprigs of sm v nl t with vero sweei all intertwined wax leaves arii IMC n The menu was To this delicious repast President Harrison airti wcro usnered in at precisely tlTn entered upon the arm of Mayor Secretarj Tracy with E J llkj Marshal Riln dall and Meredith At three oclock the reunion of th first the presidents old com ucla at the Opera liouso l resident Harrison was escorted from the hotel to the scene of the reunion bv a committee headed by General Daniel United States sub of and for mcrly colonel of the 105th Illiuolsin fan The appearance of President Harri son on the stage was the occasion for an outburst of cheers from the assembled vet erans that made the very walls tremble General Dustin called the order and addressed the president as fol meeting to I have the honor to the law be over interests of anybody If it fails of bene the score of the people of the citizens of for rent body of railroad great assemblage surprise and with i called to make to 1 came survivors of my llle cxPcctation tan 8eneraly be spent in Jnsinp in CXChancc b the which we bear to surPrisc have le tirsl has been One or two by the I have seen as reviewing been swallowed of of their war lu clr fellow citizens of of separation have borne them affectionate remem a body of coming from rcprc thcse Indiana and these states y Change so the ocs Patriots struggle Who s where for the say on that Illinois may Hh this organization ml fidelity T5 Illinois isibf lb be more appropri nem as separate or 11 go I When wo turn from that and allow any other standard of living to where is our If my if the convenience of a class to which 1 may belong is to take the place of where is your security Where is mine When someone else makes convenience more more powerful than the law of the land I believe today that the great rock of our security is this deeply im bedded thought in American hearts that it is not here as in many of our Spanish American countries which some times give their devotion to a for we give our devotion to the to the to the flag great So it was that in that hour of gloom when this the richest contribu tion of all gems that Illinois has set in our national Abraham Lincoln prolonged applause fell in that hour of the consumation of his work by the hand of an who was to meet like fate might well say to the trembling and dismayed people on the streets of New Lincoln is dead but the government at Washington still lives great To my fellow to all those wiio through your mayor have extended your to all who are hero 1 return my sincere I do not look upon such assemblages as this without profound They touch and I am sure the lessons are wholesome les We have had here today this procession of aged and many of That is a retrospect that is a part of a great story of the past writ ten in glorious letters on the firmament that is spread above the world and in these sweet children who have followed we read the How sweet it was to see them bearing in their infant hands these same banners that those veterans carriedamid the shot and battle and dy ing of I had occasion at the cen tennial celebration of tlie inauguration of Washington in New being im pressed by the great display of national to make a suggestion that the flag should be taken into the school and I am glad to know that in that state there is daily a little drill of the children that pays honor to the my the constitution provides that I shall annually give information to con gress of the state of the union and make such recommendations as I may thinK and it has generally been under stood 1 think that this affirmative provi sion contains a negative and implies that the president is to give no one except congress any information as to the state of the and that he shall especially make no suggestions lhat can be in any shape 1 confess that it would give me great pleasure if the occasion were to give you some information as to tho state of the union as 1 sec and to make some suggestions as to what I think would be wise as affecting the state of the But I would not on an occa sion like when I am greeted here by fellow citizens of all shades of thought in politics and in the sav a word that would mar the harmony of this great I trust wo are al met here together today as loyal loving American and that over all our divisions and differences there is this great arch of love and loyalty bind ing us Secretary Tracy was next introduced and he spoke at length ou the causes producing agricultural He was followed by General who paid Illinois a compliment for outrank ing Ohio in growth and population and put in a cood word for General Post and the Hennepin A song by tho male The White and concluded the After the services at the court house were the president and party were driven to the Knox College Cam where the ceremonies of the laying of tho corner stone of tho Alumni Hall took After prayer by Bate president of Knox Adains introduced Milton Corn who read a brief history of the which was attentively listened At tlie conclusion of Corn stocks Adams in a few introduced President who sjioke as follows MY FELLOW CITIZENS Speaking this morning in the open which since my official isolation from campaigning has made my voice unaccustomed to will will make it impossible for me to speak further at this I do not deem this ceremony at all out of accord with the patriotic impulses which have stirred our hearts Education was early in the thought oi theframersof our as one of the if not the only guarantee oi their as well as the founders of this venerable ana useful appreciated and ex pressed his interest in the establishment of institutions of How shall one be a safe when citizens are who is not intelligent shall he understand those great ques tions which his suffrage must adjudge report to yon as one of the vicepresi dents of the First Brigade association that on yesterday the first brigade unani mously elected you to the position of president of the 1 Great ap They are all pleased to meet you here and I am happy to vacate the chair in your After the applause had somewhat sub sided President Harrison addressed the veterans of his old brigade as follows The object of my visit to was this meeting which wo are to have should I have been persuaded to make this trip except for tho pleasure which I expect to find in meeting the men of the old brigade from most of whom 1 have been separated since musterout Wo have had a great demonstration but I think we are drawn a little closer in this meeting and understand each other bet ter than in the larger assemblages of which we have made a It is very pleasant for me to see so many here cannat recall tho names of all of Time has wrought its changes upon tho faces of us You recognize me because there were not so many colonels as there were for the And yet some of you I re call and all of you 1 When we wore associated in the brigade in 1S62 we were all somewhat new to military duties and The officers as well as men had come together animated by a common purpose for every pure pursuit in We were not so early in the field as some of our We yield thorn the honor of longer scrvici but I think wo may claim for ourselves that when our hands were lifted to take tho enlistment oath there was no inducement for any man to go into the army under any expectation that he was entering on a In the early days of the war men or hoped it would be brief they did not measure its extent or They did not at all rightly estimate tho awful sacrifices that were to be made before peace with honor I well remember an incident of early days of volunteering in when the first companies in response to tho first call of President Lincoln came hurrying to the Among first to arrive was one from under command of Captain They came In very tumultuously and very en thusiastic for the These companies were organized into reg iments which one by one were sent into West Virginia or other fields for ser It happened that the regiment to which my friend Miller was assigned was last to leave the I met him one day on the street and a more mad and despondent soldier I never He was not absolutely choice in the use of his All the soldiers were I think the first brigade was an Miller was swearing like a pirate over the disgrace that had befallen him and his growing out of the fact that he was absolutely sure that the war would be over before they got into tho left in camp a stranded regiment having no part in putting down the his day came presently and ho was ordered to West Virginia and among the first of those who under the fire of the enemy at Rich Mountain received a bullet through his body was Captain Chris When these regiments of ours were enlisted we were notapprehen sive that the war would be over before we had any adequate share of We were pretty certain we would all have enough before we were The rlouds were dark in those days of McClcllan was shut up in the Penin sula Bucll was coming back from Alaba ma Kirby Smith was entering through the Cumberland Gap and everthing seemed I think I may claim for these men of Illinois and these men of Indinna and of Ohio that when they enlisted there was no other motive than downright pa triotism and there was no misunderstand ing of the serious import of the work on which they Those early days in which we were being trans formed from civilians into soldiers were full of trial and The officers were and unduly I anS entering a plea in my own behalf The soldiers had not yet got to understand jruard should be established why they should not be at perfect liberty to go to Hut those days passed soon and thev passed sooner when the men went into active duties in the I always noticed there was no great noed of a camp guard after the boys had marched twentyfive Then a serious time came when sickness devas tated us and disease swept its dead Then there came out of this that body of strong men ready for march and fight that made up the great armies which under Grant and Sherman and Sheridan carried tho flag to The survivors of some of them are hero today and whatever else has come to us in of honor or disappoint ment I do not think there is any of not me I am today exchange the satisfaction of heart comfort we have in having been part of a great army that subdued the rebellion that saved the the constitution and the If I were asked today to exchange it for any honor that has come to nio I would lay down any civil office rather than surrender the satisfaction I have in having been a humble partaker with you in that great Who shall measure it well generations when this country which had thirty now sixtyfour million has become one of a hundred million when these institutions of onrs grow and PRICE 45 CENTS develop and spread honors in which hap pinoss and comfort have their able ing place then we may begl to north and south wha this work was wo but imper fectly see it yet we have iee enough of the glory of the Lord to fi our souls full of quiet I An I hope there is not a soldie here In whom the love of the flag ha died I believe there is not one i whoso heart it Is not a growing passion I think a great deal of the interest of th flag wo see among the children is be cause you have taught them what th flag No one knows how beauti ful it is when we see it displayed here on this quiet October day amid these quie autumnal In those Ion tire some in those hours of srnok and battle and darkness what was ther that was beautiful except the starryban ner that floated over Applause Our country has grown and developcc and increased in riches until it is today marvelous among the nations of the sweeping from sea to sea embracing almost every touch ing the tropics and the Arctic cov ering every form of product of the soil developing in skill in the mechanica developing I trust and believe no only m those material things which arc not the do veloping also in those qualities o mind and in in the lov of in in respeci for the in a God fearing dispositior among the in love foronr coun in all these high andspiritual things I believe the soldiers in their places have made a large contribution to all these The assembling of our groat irmy was hardly so marvelous as its dis In tho olden time itwas ex pected that a soldier would be a brawler when the campaign was Ho was too of ten a Those habits of violence which he had learned in the field fol owed him to his But how differ ent it was in this war of The army sprung Into life as if by On tho called of tho martyred Illi lois greatest as I have to the They fought through the and they came out of it without demoral They returned to the very pur suits from which they had It seemed to me that it was like the wrap ing of snow which nature sometimes mts over tho earth in the winter season to protect and keep warm tho vegetation which is hidden under and ivhen tho warm days of spring uelts and disappears and settles into he earth to clothe it with verdure and beauty and with It socm to me is a good type of the disbandment if the It wrapped this country ike a mantle of defense when it was in but when the danger was passeclj ettled into every avenue and pursuit and stimulated all of them to a fresher and livelier my agi is creeping ipon 1 do nut know what our bodily trenglh would endure if another war vero to I am sure we would have a heart for it and for the flag but it is a comfort tu feel that the neces ity is not likely to bo laid pon I think it is very afe to predict that we not ikely to have any more rebellions in the United Great Applause Vhatevcr mischief may be un er one form or I do not an ici pate that we shall have another re bellion in any quarter or from any 3ne attempt has thoroughly discourageil Laughter and The utility of it was thoroughly established s well as the fact that the overwhelm g mass of our people will in any danger do not care what its whether be from rebellion or the uplifting of bo flag or rise in their might a great weight of sentiment that iko one of the great Alpine ava anchcs or glaciers will sweep away any hing which is lifted against the orderly veilbeing of this country of Great A few weeks ago I went from Wash ngton to Boston to witness the meeting f the Grand Army of the and fter I had stood for many hours upon tho eviewing stand and had seen these old eterans such as are here marching by un er the national then there came long in their very often sc that as a but here it was torally ton thousand sons of applause some of them at middle age well on in ecause not all of you waited until the was over to find your ome of you had wives and left them nd your children to their care when our country called you to its iut I never was so impressed with the reat thought that while we move on nd may be a little anxious as how things are to go how this onntry is to be defended and its Hag pheld when wo are n ever was 0 impressed with the actual demonstra on of the fact that there stand our places young just uch as yon wore when the ast war broke filled just as you with devotion to the country and to step into tho ranks when any foreign or assailed the onor of the Wo here in this autumn time nd it is an appropriate time for s to this time of falling aves for it is the autumn time of the oldicrs of 01 and Many of us an et in somewhat vigorous health and yet ie springtime is and the summer ir most of We live not in tho ut we arc follow citizens in this gorous doing our work as we ave strength to do forward 1 many more meetings like ut not all of I am as we aro oking forward to that time one y wo drop out of these annual as to a soldiers wrapped in ie flag under which we It is a easant and never ought to be in the city or the when ne of these old soldiers makes his last wrap his coffin in the flag s you bear him to the Ap Now my I want to say to ou in that it refreshes me to o with Men in public places are metimcs set about by those who have icir own nd some of them ut not all of them and I feel great com rt In being heroin the comradeship id society of these old I am sure love me not be mse they have anything to expect from but just for good old Ap Lot mo thank you for having ono mo tho honor of making me again resident of this I hope to be pared and that you may bo spared to meet sgother more than once There ay bo I when my coming ay not attract so many people and wo in have things more to Ap It will give mo pleasure now to itroduce any victims you may and applause and cries for eneral I remember at Galla n when General Dustins regiment was aking a rather complicated ompany C did not understand tlie ord of and they started off the wrong direction Some us in the other regiments were looking n and the colonel with great disgust ruck his sword into the can ot use his language altogether laugh but he Good company if you come this way again come to ie us he has come its way and now we have the easnre of seeing him laughter and ap At the conclusion of the presidents re arks and the applause that followed eneral Distin was brought to the front nd spoke He said the story ust recounted by the president had been ld so often and with so many varia ons that he the jury who eard all the conflicting accounts would ave no hesitancy in pronouncing him not Congressman of and several old members of the brigade were called upon and spoke after which the vaterans passed In single file past the president who grasped each cordially by the hand and gave it a vigor ous shake with a few words of The president was then driven to the hotel where he retired to his privat roem until 6 During the afternoon an old lady callei and exhibited to the president a lotto which made her the most welcome calle of the She was a sister of an In structor of his Joseph Porter of and tho letter she exhibits was one written by the president at th age of ten This evening the president attended a banquet given by tho society at College After a few in trodnctory words to his brethren of thi the president in part feel the greatest sympathy with those young men who are now disciplining their minds for the work of I wouli not have them make these days to seri us and yet they are full of portent and 11 were to select a watchwon that If I would have every young man above his door and on hU heartit would be that good won I know of no better The man who meets every obligation to his to to the to his country and his to the very bust jeasnre of his strength and ability can lOt fail of that assurance and tlie quiet less that contes Of a good conscience and a lourteenyear old son of James ill seldom fail of that reward which is Wilson of this was stand promised to Unfaithful lack of fidelity to to work and to obligation is the open door to all that is disgraceful and Later in the evening the president at tended a banquet given by the first after which ho was escorted to tho special train amidst much enthusiasm and started on his journey for Burling AT A llie Ovation in the MorningTho Trip to Harri son arose early this but it was iot early enough to escape the thousands f eager Peorians who had assembled around his hotel in that struggling or a sight of their distinguished The president was deaf to all that he remain longer in that ity and stoutly maintained his intention f devoting the entire day to his soldier riends at Ho agreed only address briefly tlie immense crowd that had assembled at the depot to wit ness his At seven oclock band serenaded the and a ew minutes later the mayor and city accompanied by posts a company of Illinois National appeared to escort the party to the The march was a triumphal and all Peoria turned out to do lomase to the chief At the depot over five thousand people were as and the president being intro duced by Mayor spoke as fol ows Mr is not possi ile that I should introduce this morning serious I have greatly en oyed this trip through my own stateand in loyalty and sacrifice for ho union sisters also in prosperity and I find myself imply thank but with the ncreasing sense of tho kindness of the anything to the olemn sense of responsibility which my nicial oath places upon it would be hcse evidences of friendship and confi The great mass of the people of his country are dutiful ready to support every faithful JfDcer in tho discharge of his and o applaud every honest effort for their It is a source of great strength o know and this not less from this bright sunshine ud this crisp Illinois air than rom these kindly I draw inspira ion to do what I very best I promote the welfare of tho poo dle of the United go today to meet with some comrades f your state who stood with me in the rmy of the groat union for the defense f the I beg now to rhank these comrades of and this ompany of national and all hose and and entlemen of tho reception or this kindly and to say that have great satisfaction in knowing that he people of this community arc very May that prosperity in rcase until every oven thehum lest share May social order nd the blessing of God abide in every ornc is my parting wish for Loud At the conclusion of the presidents Elsie Leslie tho child act ess of Little Lord Fauutleroy resented the president with a beautiful oquet on behalf of the posts nd citizens of The president xprcssed his thanks by kissing the little idy and amid the cheers of tho crowd ie train pulled out for At Peoria tho presidential party was iet by a delegation from Galesburg on a pecial Major of the 02nd Illinois Judge mith and editor of a alesburg and railroad officials omposcd the Tlie presidents rain from this point was in charge of superintendent of the railroad at Tho train was ulled by an engine in charge of an on Incer who was u member of tho presi ents old This knight at tho irottle was Frank formerly a nembcr of the 102nd near Gales The after being introduced the old veterans aboard the forward with Secretary Tracey and rooted Engineer Hilton as an old n invitation of the latter the president nd Secretary Tracey mounted tho en ine and rode in the cab with the en ineer for a few To tho president hoengineer gracefully yielded the re lonsibility of pulling tho whistle for ations and crossings and the fireman onsiderately turned over the bell rope 0 Secretary Both gentlemen crformed their respective duties so well ndso vigorously that the citizens of Knox county would have thought several rains woro speeding through their midst nd that every crossing was obstructed y obstinate herds of live Nerv cured by Miles Samples free at Wittes rtriie MfflNIE WANTS he Lack of It mts Her AOlaiiced Hus band In Tier NEW of a so al sensation has been caused here by he announcement that tho engagement Alfred of and liss Winnie of had eon It is believed that financial matters ad something to do with the breaking the About the time of Davis return from Europe a gentle an of financial standing here received request from the south for Information oncoming Alfred Wilkinson and his The person of whom the inquiry was ade understood that it had something 1 do with Wilkinsons relations ith Miss and he answered at The point touched upon related i Wilkinsons is standing in his his in Tho failure of Wilkinson was particularly inquired inaurer wanted to know how ho Wilkinsons stood before the nd how that event was regarded by the He asked for complete in soft glow of the tea rose la ncqu ired by whouse Pozzonls Complexion Powder ACCIDENTS IN A Number of Fatalities Reported From Various Violent Death of a SHU Nea Death at Vicious Tramp Vanquished by llruve Girls ut Special toThe a wealthy mill and wagon manufacturer was found dead on the road this mornini two miles west of He had been t Clinton and it seems the whlffletree hat locked the forewheels of his buggy while going throwing it ovor i threefoot breaking his Crippled for Special to The HawkEyej DES an electric railway in up from a seat where he had been sleep ing stepped into an open trap and had four toes cut off and his foot badly man gled which will cripale him for Sad at Special to THE noon today afourteenyear old son of James ilson of this was stand ing on a box car at that station when a train backed up against it with such force as to knock him off the His head struck the killing him in AN ERRING COUPLE Phase anil Itlahola Wright Arrested at Moines for Special to The DES officer from Cedar Itapids arrived in the city this afternoon totake charge of Phase and Mahola who were ar rested here yesterday on information from Cedar Kapids charging them with The officer left for Cedar Kapids with his He said Phase had a wife in Cedar Kapids and Mahola Wright had a They deserted their respective partners and escaped together some four months Every effort was made to trace but without until yester when it was learned that they were living at TJes Moines as man and FOUGHT A Tiro irave Girls at Get the Best of the forenoon Miss Katie Burt and Miss Tina two highly respected young adies of this place were strolling along ho railroad track in quest of autumn they were suddenly confronted by a viciouslooking who assaulted Miss tearing her watch from her pocket and throwing her to the He placed his knee upon her breast and struck her upon the ind endeavored to secure her Miss Sohnson in the meantime had come to her friends assistance and with a itone attempted to smash the brutes but was prevented from accom jMshing her purpose by fear of hurting icr she fought the ellow and called loudly for The ramp seeing his danger and becoming iomewhat dazed from the promiscuous icratching and tustle the young ladies were giving suddenly broke away and leaving Miss Burls watch and ither The young ladies lastened to inform the authorities and tramp was soon in custody and will be severely dealt DEEP WATER HARBOR The Executive Committee Will Meet in Dee Special to THE DES session of he deep water harbor executive com mittee is to be held at the commercial exchange rooms beginning rominent men from nearly every state n the union will be All the accessary preparations for the entertain ment of delegates have been made by the city council and council ex Thursday or Friday morning visitors will be given a ride over the ity on the electric cars and suburban A banquet will be held at the Savery Thursday evening to be given by he city under the auspices of the city ouncil and the commercial RAILROAD The Chicago and Madison Seeks an Adjustment of Special to Tho DES Chicago and Madison road has appeared before he railroad commissioners and asks an djustment of the difficulties between it nd the Burlington and he Madison road wants a grade rossing with the Burlington nd Quincy this city of Madison n order that thoy may connect with the ianta Fe just but the road re uses It and has determined to put in witches where the crossing will be nade in order to obstruct the passage of lie Madison This company esires to connect with both lines so that hey may not be dependent upon only ne road for extended shipping he commission is considering the qnes Iteestut at Special to THE HAWKEYKJ fie republican candidate for ddressed a large and enthusiastic audi uce here this Beeson ade his maiden political speech a few vonings ago at and is an grceable surprise to his friends and The hearty ovations being endered him by his old friends and eighbors bears no uncertain He iscussed the leading political issues of he day in a fearless dwelling t length upon the tariff ques ion and elucidating many of its rincipal features by plain common sense lustrations and logical incontrovertible He closed with a forcible defense f the election bill after giving pension egislation and the record of the republi an party in this particular some he spoke for about an hour in an candid entirely devoid of ant no reference was made by the peaker to himself in a personal ot a syllable ofabuse of his enemies indulged tickney Behind the New Winona MASON is now uinored that President Stickney is be ind the Winona and tickneys line now running into this city s only leased of the Iowa and as ie has no access to thesouthern coal fields t is generally believed that the new road rill at once continue operations south rest from A BRILLIANT The Families Wiuiaii and Deere United at Special to The HawkEyej marriage of Villiam Dwight son of Erastus of New and Miss Anna daughter of of his worlds faircommissioner for llinoisand the head the Deere plow took place this evening at ight oclock at the Moline Congrega ional the lorgan It was without the most j brilliant event in the ocial history of the The church was lavishly and expensively deco ated In the most tasteful man ler and never looked so beau It seats about one thousand people and the sittings were largely occu pied by the friends ot the contracting The Kpfscopal service was use In deference to the that being his while the church of the bride am her pastor were employed out of respec to Immediately after tho ceremony th bridal party were driven to tin palatial home of the Deeres In this city and there a magnificent reception was There were not less than half thousand guests and the occasion was one long to be remembered in so clety circles AFPAIKS IN Annual Report of lynian EUHPI the governor of in his annual report to Secretary says that the law prohibiting the salo and manufacture of intoxicating liquors In the territory Is a dead letter except as to the Liquors of the vilest qual ity are sold openly and In violation of the law even to those whose families are suf fering for the necessities of He calls attention to the Inadequacy of the laws for the administration of preserving the and holding criminals for and recommends that a consisting in part at least of gentlemen the country and its be appointed to prepare a short code of special laws to be submitted to The work of the govern ment of which there are four the governor are measurably though the attendance was iot the children preferring to hunt ind and the parents being in About fullsized sealskins were taken by the Alaska Commercial company during the year under Its contract with the and probably half as nany more were captured at sea and itolen by poaching The export nake a total of i The governor recommends that pro visions for acquiring titles to land be afforded by the general government that mail facilities be increased that government hospitals be Authorized representation in the governor should be SXTENDDfS TH3 FREE iome of the Experiments to Be Made By the Postmaster of the last bills passed by congress carried an appro priation of to be used by the postmaster general in making experi ments for the extension of tho free de livery This money will probably all be used during the next two months n trying plans that have been suggested for delivering letters in various towns and in different One sug gestion that has been made to the de partment and that will be tried is the distribution of letters in rural districts hrough school Another effort will be made to learn for what compen sation trustworthy messengers can be employed to deliver letters by the hun A number of other plans will be and the results of all these experi ments will be summarized and classified for theinformation of Wanamakers other great that of establishing postal savings banks thus far mot with little is believed at the department that it jeedsonlyto be urged upon congress and presented to the people at large to receive favorable THE ASSIGNMENT Creditors ot Foster Itoirman Receive the Accountants largely attended meeting of the creditors of Foster Bowman was held The state ment renderedto the assignees by the including the assets and lia ilities direct and contingent of that firm and of the Eureka Manufacturing Com pany showed that the total nominal as ets of the firm were The lia jilities of the firm were put at a total of The statement of the Eureka 5ilk Manufacturing Company showed iotal nominal The direct liabilities were and con tingent liabilities Joint state ment of firm and cooperation showed the total assets and direct liabili ties The total contingent lia bilities leaving nominal sur lus jointly The meetingvnted n favor of authorizing the assignees to conduct tho mill and business for the coming three and also in favor of approving on the part of creditors the signment that had been VICTIMS OP A SOLDERING The Cause of the Dnpimt Powder Mill fol owing is a corrected list of the killed in uxpinMnnc at the Dnpont owder William Martin James Har Patrick John Newell ohn Michael Herleher and Rosie Those more or ess injured numbered about The men who were killed were workikg n and about the magazines and except in three cases were blown to so that only fragments of their emains have been It is the heory of the workmen that the ex slosions were started in some way by a oldering iron which Green was in oldering tin covers on the cms of FOREIGN he American Hoard of Commissioners in the American board of commissioners of for ign missions began its eightyfirst an ual The which vas held at threo was presided ver by the The fternoon was taken up with the annual eports of the years Miners Still Out at min rs are still out at Ishpeming and noth ng but surface work is being The trike has not spread lo the mines ontsides f A mass meeting of strik ng miners was held two thon and five hundred workmen being pros A committee was chosen to trans ct The committee will sub lit a proposition for a compromise to he mining companies agent A Tariff Bill for cabinet has barged the minister of commerce to rame a bill to be intordnced in tho hamber of fixing a maximum ariff upon the exports into France and giving the government power to make oncessions to those countries whose gov rnments in their tariff laws favor rench Uumors Without dispatch to the Times from Buenos Ayrcs says the re ports of an impending revolution are vithout There is no reason o fear The city and whole onntry is A Pioneer Doctor Special to The John Lat one of the oldest physicians of Carthage died aged Salvation tho should be a STery With thenow mooa look for cold weather nd keep BiiUa Congh Syrup A Strike t strike of he colliers in New Zealand has col PIcrccs Pellets the Original UttleLivcr ills have today the largest solo of any pills A The Notorious Bandit Meets Death in Attemptingto He Fatally TVutindH OBicor Carter Ballet VrahlnK Through Uta Hie Vlcllrusuf the Wilmington Bur rowsh the noted outlaw captured yester day was killed at Llndon while endeavor Ing to Be asked the guard to hand him a pair of saddle bags in which there were some The guard obligingly complied when instead of crackers Eube drew fourth two sixshoot ers and compelled the guard to undo his menacles and then locked him He would have been at large now had he not been determined to get back the money taken from him Going to the hotel he demanded this from officer Carter and shooting Bur sows being killed and Carter desperately v SHOT IS HIS a Prominent Killed by an Unknown Dodge last evening For secretary and treasurer of the Normandale Lumber company and onft of the best known men in was killed by an unknown assassin while sitting in his The assassination has created intense excitement In the ILLINOIS ASHHORSE THIEF leeting the Association ac Carthage Special to The HawKEyeJ annual leeting of the Illinois State AntiHorse Thief association opened at Spitlcrs opera house Delegates to arrive as early as yesterday and every train brought them asso ciation began itsbusiness session this the following officers being present John presi dent Prairie sec retary mar Mayor David of with George of the same organized tho Na ional AntiHorse Thief association u Kahoka in addressed the rneetins ihis afternoon at some Tonight Judge Scofield delivered an address jefore the association and a large audi ence of citizens at the opera There is considerable business before the association Attempt to Assassinate LITTLE advices received today assert that while ixCongrcssman Breckinridge was mak ng a speech Center Conway Monday night an attempt was nade to assassinate a cap being uard to snap behind him outside the Later in the night a citizen named Norman was assaulted with a There is no clue to the mis Acquitted of a Political NEW Jonasson received a cablegram today from Berlin aying his son Joseph had been acquitted of the charge made against him by three drunken siudents who accused him oi saying I sneeze at your This s a political crime with a penalty of ten TRIPLETS BORN The After Their Them Home in a Hungarian who was picking coal on a dirt bank be came suddenly ill and gave birth to trip She placed them in a wheelbarrow and wheeled them One The doctor says the mother is doing President Fishs dissatisfifd ele nent among the stockholders of the Hinois Central Kailroad company did not develop the expected strength at the annual meeting here being able o vote less than ten thousand President Fish himself represented in person and by proxy James of Connecti and of looked after the interests of the disaffected Norman Ream and both of were elected o fill vacancies in the Dt ectors Harriman and vhose terms had were re An increase of five millions in he capital proposed by President was carried by the heavy majority he was able to May lacense Captains and NEW national loard of steam navigation at its session oday passed a resolution gtvinc local nspectors discretionary power to license aptains and will apply to he whole Annual Indian LAKE ighth annual Indian conference at Lake ilphawk began this of Amherst was made and General of Time Kxtended actinc In commissioner today issued a modi ication of the circular of n regard to the removal of stock from Oklahoma and the Indian The time is extended to November SPOETING SEWS The Latonia and onchal f furlongs Milt Young Colonel Wheatley Kosedale hird Second mile Jack Brady 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