Burlington Hawk Eye, October 10, 1890

Burlington Hawk Eye

October 10, 1890

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Burlington Hawk Eye (Newspaper) - October 10, 1890, Burlington, Iowa THE BURLINGTON HAWK-EYE. ^BUSHED: JUNE, 1839.) jident Harrison and His Party Received at Ottumwa. Features of tho Mars the Morning Exorcises , rand Parade and Other Outdoor Exercises. MORNING, OCTOBER IO, ISIK). 'PRICE: 15 CENTS PEP. WEEK which they had made as a the past decade, and was state within evidences of prosperity which 'V/ ^ served on everv hand . ff 0 and magnificent 'structure <tV ,,?1<lU0 ace) which was justly thih* J‘oal pal' city of (ittumwa, ho “aw'**?, *,ri<,B of the not only the tnexhaustibli nionstrated in archi-culture acetins tho Wonders of tho Coal Palace. , ,....IV Address j.resideiu *    -Odin    “    1    •* iii Hie Letter. A I I t i ll IMM! night ,    . et a good night - re lf, tMivA. la dh t.V 'The president s remained on a side track not far Ottumwa during a greater part of 1 ’ ‘ ']■ ho president was anxious -t. and as he was this city before morning, it imaged thai ala quiet switch be-rlington and Ottumwa the train id pc side-tracked and remain until SJU this morning- Mr- Wilson, the irtendent of the Iowa lines of the “ Burlington A Quincy railroad, • i a I precautions for the jsdenf> l afterward nrton at ii o'clock ta ■ we cleared, and all trains bet ween 1 on and the station at which the 5to stop wore side-tracked: then was run ahead of the leaving Burlington at due in ti UCO. taken espee safety lirst and for his eom-Before tho train left dock- inst night the Bilo; engine agent’s train, fioclock, to make assurance doubly hat the road va- clear and that tho was all right. .president passed a good night. He ?:o look out upon cloudy skies, the lavation of bad weather that the seen since it left Cincinnati. clock tho train started and an 'led into Ottumwa. The |y ha: Iran o ater it p Eva. had been i ‘0 there cd originally for re comparatively persons at the station. The Ottumwa ittee. whioh had come all tho way Galesburg on the train, called on bident during the morning, and ■ arrival in this city Colonel ll. G. nail, the president of the coal ..escorted the president to a car-which was in waiting for him. The leafs brother, dohn s. Harrison, of ^City, and his brother-in-law. T. vin. were at tho station. They the carriage with Colonel Balliu-and th ■ president, and together they driven to Mr. Devin’s house, ■ethe prosid*ut to- ■ x breakfast with ter, his brother and his brotker-in-Tra* other members of the party linen d in the car, where • I.", o'c id** tra< breakfast ock. The k near the •mmitte i d to them at was 'witched to a suit t | palace, ten oclock the .oca for the president and escorted him coal palace, where he was joined iother member' o the party. Argents had been made to give them Irate view of the interior of the pal-Hefore nine o’clock rain had bolo fall and it continued falling stead-,zh the morning. [president went through the coal (with Governor lioies, followed by sember* of the president’s party ort of the local comm ittee. A lit to tour of the building was made. floor being examined first and It:.-zalieries. Whet; tho president Ired in the gallery the visitors asor. the lower floor gave him ism? cheers. The president ex pleasure and beauti fib ti orated with ■caracter rn ba* Surround. down into tin fr,tath the pa I a he forenoo and ’n'1 pri-udent deneeof his si ten. Seen dan Part Raiford, t rand Mar-h. Rn y the local con time had ce irpriso at tin* obit. The walls igns of an elab-of seeds on a '' president did l1 mine, which is isit to the coal gain repaired to or. where lunch Tracy. Private of tho state of Iowa, btu “ho ’*'"alth tectural triumph and artist which were a credit to the over ing Hawkeye state. lAnnlauL S, president said if he should attempt to in° terpret the lesson of the coal p^^ ^ would say it was an illustration of how nim h that is artistic and graceful is tube found in the common things of lift, a . if I should, sai,I ho, inako appiicauon^of the lesson, it would be to suggest that w might profitably carry into all our homes and all neighborly intercourse the same transforming -spirit Tho , things of Ufo touched I,y ““To?. tug spirit may be made to glow and glisten, lite common intercourse of life touched by friendliness and love may be made to till every home and neighborhood with a brightness that jewels cannot shed. And it is pleasant to think that in our American home life we have readied this ideal in a degree unexcelled elsewhere. I believe that in the American homes, whether in the city or on the farm, the American father and mother in their relations to their children are kinder, more helpful and benignant than any others |cries of “good! good!*’ and cheers). In these homes is the strength of our institutions. Let these be (irrupted and th** government itself has the stone of strength upon which it *.(>-curdy rests. Here by some accident the water of the artificial water fall immediately behind the president was turned on and its roar almost drowned his voice. I have contended, said he, with brass bands, but I never before have been asked to speak in the roar of a Niagara I Laughter aud cheers, j The, water was soon turned of! and the president said: I had supposed there were limitations upon the freedom of this meeting, both as to Governor Boies and myself, and that no political suggestion of any sort wa- to bo introduced at this friendly concourse of American citizens. I think both ol us have good cause for grievance against the prohibitionists for interrupting ti- with this argument for cold water. (Great laughter. | Referring again to tim coal palace, the president said: "We have in this structure a di-play of all the products of the farm, and side by sid“, a display of mechanical arts. I think iii this combination, in this diversity of interest and pursuit, this mutual aud helpful relation between the tillers of the soil and the workers in our shops, each contributing to the commonwealth and each giving to the other that which he needs, we have that which has brought about the prosperity w e now enjoy and which is to increase under the labors of your children to a degree we have not realized. The progress in tho mechanical arts within the years of my own notice and recollection reads like a fairy tale. Lot us not think we have reached the limit of this development. There are yet uses of the agency already known to be developed and applied. They are yet agencies perhaps in the great storehouse of nature that have not been harnessed for the use of man. Out of all this what is yet to come? Who can tell? You are favored here in having not only a surface soil that yields richly to the labor of the farmer, but in having also hidden beneath that surface rich mines of coal which are to be diverted into power to propel mills that will supply the wants of your people.” The president closed by once more thanking the people for th** kindness of his reception and wishing for Iowa and its citizens the largest increase of prosperity, most secure social order and in-ereasing blessings of home happiness. Set rotary Tracy was introduced but did not speak. Congressman Lacey, of Iowa, Hon. J. lf. McCall and other distinguished citizens spoke briefly, after which the president returned to his train, remaining thor** until six o’clock, when lo* was entertained at a private dinner at the residence of W. T. Denton, formerly of his oar, and soomod perfectly willinc had the dignitaries within so allowed u, ail “““'hired in tho dampness all day with a cordial srasp of the hand and    a    friendly STS. SI®-    "?    tO0k anodal -'are to gladden    the    hearts of    children who Mocked around his car. He never iuTtobe aypy' aWhat » 81-and thins be a President but how much more srat tying it must he to realize the high opinion    and    unqualified    endorse ment of the people of a great state. Of Svlwfi 1;,;?ple wiU    but    the ol baals of the coal palace, the citizens of Ottumwa, did all in their power to make the occasion a grand success. The impatience of the crowd, the desire to get as near as possible to the president’s carriage, the crowd around the reviewing stand, all may have interfered with the parade as did the wet. weather and muddy streets. But such annoyances do not long trouble a patriotic American crowd. Lilt for the rain the decorations would have been all that could have been desired. Governor Boies and his stall made a tine appearance and distinguished citizens of Iowa present from all over lier state, were cheered to the echo. I here was no uncertain sound about the reception tendered Major Lacey. It was a pretty sure indication as to the result Rf I he coming congressional election. This is his own district and the constant cheering which greeted him shows plainly his popularity. Prominent republican politicians too numerous to mention are present, all smiling and anxious to shake by our gallant leader of all were afforded the The impression made by worth not a little to tho state. Everything the answer to the matters politically always “splendid.” We are going to poll our full vote and also a good percentage of the opposition. The crowd, at least most of them, went hungry, they hadn t time to wait at the crowded lunch stands—there was too much to see. _____ Odin. REED AT ROCKFORD. word for The Chief Secretary Says There is if iii I /.or a ! No Famine in Ireland. England pounds. England ing the Ile Gnus at the News oI America’s Generous Intentions Toward the Famine Threatened Country— Tarnell's Serious Illness. happy, all the hand I SSS and opportunity. Hat Ti son is party in the looks promising aud question “How are in your county?” is arid an old agr* ri-da rn itll i-ed Be grand parade of The column was I ii of police, followed od the governor’-hey and the rest o the governor's nm officials and the j> the mayor and ' ' and civic societi was the head ‘the reviewing lE and hi. part sd his sta' (the lor z cf '-man aros-were enter-e. The rain and at one i he day took (adod by a by the presi-arriage, Socr**-the president's nted -Baff, coal acception comte council, G. Iowa National a crowd . A sc ore into th*' c of and if tin and and one iron i r< LUC id itizens. column esident jvernor stand ti re nd i- IE A FTE!! NOON E> two o'clock this a fie moo i sonics of the day too ■ace of an en thus f about ten th preliminary the president, Produced I U Vf-leonw-d em ‘SI (J ( snort -pet Es. the pit biplace in a-tic audience, insane! people. words of wel-lon. I*. G. Baler Boies, who ■ut Ilarrison to H< t is my l iou to our omphali ties J pf our ap PJP® honor yoi ■*• hermit to the ana }f) Street, yoi ith opportun J8 of no othe ie?rne us thi • : .a1 term- • ■‘-'By nation ptn no aceido * devastati t hereof, ' ’rom “ int ii SII I said: the people privilege to state, to extend to if her citizens and reciation of the dis-confer upon us in 1 our guest for a me to -ay iii your nee that ha-that they are ie- enjoyed by government iii opportunity to e child magis-who derive- his of battle, nor strife, but he voluntary ce. inilepend-people of Dior of being a It i- to me, Mr. cere delight to lion to tin* ('viand super-roction and beautiful palace in to entertain you. '*90, in tho generous iiS,k ,. ura‘ and mechanical hi h the palace is tilled. tat prosperity for which are sincerely thankful, <■ are justly proud. |Ap-d mg you of the loyalty of *®Jaen*y t0 PrinciP1'' “ head 3 a ■®t applause. ■1 source of ■ ^ your att di: cultivated taste ■^ycd in the e this h ar** agre a citizen of Indianapolis friend of the president. Ottumwa never saw -md for** as was here to-day special train- piled visitors into the cl and at the time of the procession tiffs morning there must have been forty thousand people in our city. The city was beautifully decorated. A conspicuous feature of th** parade was the old third Iowa cavalry, which during the war wa-commanded in turn by General Bussey, now assistant secretary of the interior; Colon**! Ca Id xv el I. now I nited Stated circuit judge, and General Noble, now secretary of the interior. One of the beautiful incidents of the parade oui ared at Adams school, where three thousand school children congregated to see the president,. He bowed hi- acknowledgement to the happy children, who each waved a flag, and thai their three thousand voices were uplifted in the familiar old hymn, ‘ America.” During th** afternoon a large crowd gathered around the train and the president was again compelled to show himself and speak a few words. He -aid such spontaneous greetings as these gave him courage in the work that is often wearisome and often very full of weary. They helped him to believe that the great masses of the people, have no other interest than that Hie government shall be well administered and that the public offices be lilied By competent, conscientious and honest men. A public reception was tendered th*-president at the coal palace and from eight, to nine o’clock he shook hands with thousand- of people. 'I he orator of the evening wa- Congressman < vc nor, of Ohio, whose address excellent one, well adapted to fusion and highly appreciatec audience. He said, among other things, that the demand in America for agricultural products will keep pare with the growth of population and prosperity of our industries and predicted the demand would steadily grow while the volume of production would not keep abreast, predicted in the near future a peri" great prosperity to the industrial cia of the whole country. OI I FOH KU*UK CHARTON, la.. Oct. 9.—At nine o to-night the presidential party turn wa for St. Joseph. Mi will be reached at seven o’clock Horning. Atchison will be reached lit o'clock to-morrow morning and Topeka at buff). At the latter city the presidential party will be entertained until live o'clock in the afternoon. rros-was an the oc-by the Ii' T!»e Speaker of the National House Will he There October ga. Ro*'ivconn, IU., Oct. 9.—It is now definitely settled that Hon. Thomas B. Reed, of Maine, speaker of the house of representatives, xx iii speak iii this city next week. Saturday, October ‘Jo. Speaker Reed will arrive at I p. rn., aud will speak at :J p. rn, lie will orate about three-quarters of an hour. At three o’clock he will take a train fin Rock Island, where he is to speak in the evening. He speaks there at eight o’clock, and at nim* o'clock leaves for Mf. Morris, to spend Sunday with Congressman Hitt. Congressman William IU Mason, of Chicago, will speak after Mr. Reed here in the afternoon and in the evening. Isaac I Salients, the eloquent commissioner of pensions, whose able speech here two years ago at the fair is Mill remembered by till people, will talk at the opera house. It will lie a great day for Rockford and there will be an immense turnout and enthusiastic meeting-. Mr. Reed to-day stands second to no man in the republican party, with possibly a single exception, and Rockford people are fortunate indeed in having an opportunity to see and hear him. CLARKSON HONORED. A Token of Regard from His Sulj-I’ost-Office Officials. Washington, Get. 9.- A delegation representing tho chief- of division and clerks in the office of the first assistant postmaster general to-night called at th** residence of Colonel Clarkson and presented to their late chief a letter expressive of their affectionate regard. The envelope was of silver enamled in perfect lac similio of the envelope used by Colonel Clarkson while lirst assistant postmaster general and bore the stamp and postmark (if Washington, September I. I-90. The envelope contained a two leaf letter also in silver with gold border, on the first part of which beside the official card were the enamled well wishes of I the clerks and the autograph signatures j of bv** chiefs of the lirst assistant office. I < >n the other pages were tho name- of ! other donor-. GENERAL WASHINGTON NEWS. Assistant Secretary Hussey Homier- an Important Pension Decision. Wa-hinuton, Get. 9.—Assistant Sec-; rotary Bussey has rendered, in the case of Russell S. Cole, "f Company E, First ■ Nexv York Veteran cavalry, a decision I that defines the status of prisoners of | war, who, having enlisted in the rebel ; service in order to escape imprisonment 1 and return to their own command, are applicants for pensions. The decision j rescinds the ruling made by Commissioner ! Black on May 25, 1885, in which the commissioner held that regardless of cir- j cumstances and of motives, prisoner- of ! war so enlisting in the rebel service, i even a- a device of escape from starvation and imprisonment, should be lichi a-having “voluntarily” aided the rebellion and were debarred from a pension. After presenting fully the legal aspects of the question, the assistant secretary says:    “The    department    must    be con trolled in all cases coming before it. for adjudication of the fundamental rule that the rights of the soldier and of citizen- alike, can never be taken away nor-forfeited, except by tho express term- of the law, the actual and obvious meaning of which shoo id be taken without resort to subtle and forced construction. I respectfully overrule the former decision of your office and grant the pension sought." Will Ile* lee rn Four and One-11 alf Per Cen I -. Washington, Oct. 9.—The secretary of the treasury to-day issued a circular offering to redeem four and one-half parent bonds xx itll interest to August 31 until further notice. Population of .loliet, Illinois. Washington Get. 9.—The population of Joliet, Illinois, is 27,407; increase. 15,-750. London, Get. 9.—A dispatch from Scotland says that Chief Secretary Balfour received with a smile the news of the appointment of a committee iii America to deal with the threatened famine in ireland, and that he remarked: “Dillon and the rest have overdone the thing this time. It was not a famine fund they wanted but more money for the plan of campaigd. Tipperary has cost them £30,000 already.” Many tories think that Mr. Balfour has overdone the denial business aud that the relief from America is likely to take the form of food supplies instead of money, a large portion of which would sooner or later find its way into tho pockets of the landlord-iii payment of rent. Mr. Parnell's health is far from satisfactory, as might have been inferred from his inability to attend the recent important nationlist convention at Dublin. His physicians for Did him from addressing public meetings and Hie utmost that they will sanction in the way of political activity at present is that hi* may meet his colleagues privately in conference. The delgation .selected at the Dublin conference to visit America xviii sail at the earliest possible date after 'I'. I*. Gill shall have made arrangements for them iii New York ah (I other eastern cities. Balfour Says No Famine. London, Oct. 9.—Chief Secretary Balfour's letter denying that there is likely to be any famine in Ireland is hailed with delight bv the tory papers, it gives them the cue they needed, and this morning there is a chorus of editorial approval that rn usi Be very satisfactory to the chief secretary. The liberal pap< rs point out Hie inconsistency of Mr. Balfour’s statements. In one breath he says it will be impossible to find out whether the potato crop is a failure or not until they are dug in October. lo another he denies that there xviii he any general failure, and in the next admits that iii certain districts of the west it is a partial failure now. What nationalists, poor laxv hoards, priests and newspaper correspondents have been claiming for tho last two months i- that the potato crop is a total failure in the very districts Mr. Balfour refers to. where the people have been digging them since early in August, and that in these districts the people have nothing else to eat. and must therefore starve if not helped. 'The “measures taken by tin* government,” to which the chief secretary refers, are all as yet in prospective, aud no steps whatever have been taken iii regard to them. Notwithstanding Mr. Balfour's declaration that what little inconvenience may bo caused in Ireland by the potato blight can be remedied by governmental action, the movement to raise a fund iii England for the sufferer*** continues to attract supporter-. Among th** contributions today was one of 85,ODO from John T. Brunner, liberal member of parliament for Northwich. on balance to-day is 128,OW! The bullion in the Bank of decreased 058,000 pounds dur-woek. The proportion of the Bank of England reserve liability, which last week was 33.51 percent, is now 32.51 lier cent. At the close of the market Canadian Pacific had advanced Be, Erie was unchanged, Erie second controls had declined Ic, Illinois Central had fallen Ic, Mexican ordinary    had de clined Re, .St. Paul common was unchanged, New York Central had advanced c, Pennsplvania was unchanged, and Reading had advanced Re. 3:30 p. m.—The stock-market has been excited since tho opening, but prices have partially recovered. All buyers of New York find difficulty iii obtaining reliable quotations, and there wiU therefore be delay in forwarding the prices of American securities Tinted States. A SAI) PRISON SCENE. Frank Hopkins, Burglar, Learns that His Mother is Dying-. He Implore* to be Allowed to Go to Her Bedside but Stern Briton Hole* Prevent—A Bee Convention to be Held ut Keokuk. tem. As they are now affiliated with the order of railway conductors on th** Northwestern, the control th** entire train service. RECORD BREAKING AT TERRE HAUTE. closing to the POLICEMEN ON TRIAL. Labor Trouble* Becoming London, (let. 9.—The are getting complicated among the workingmen. Complicated. labor troubles by divisions The corn port- Tlie Ca ■*e Against Hie Assaulting Oiti' cr* at Tipperary. Dubbin, Get. 9.—The hearing of tho summons against the police for assaults committed by them upon a number of persons at the court-house in Tipperary on the occasion of the opening of the trial of Messrs. Dillon anil O'Brien commenced at that place to-day. Mr. Healy declared that on the occasion iii question for every adult in the crowd outside of tile court-house there were four armed policemen. He told of the a-sault on Harrison. Later then took the -tand and testified that there were fewer than fifty civilians outside the court-house when he arrived, while there wa- a large force of policemen on eaeli -;de of the gat.**-The policemen used great and unnecessary violence. Col. Caddell addressed the police, saying something to the effect that they must go in out of that and not make a disturbance. 'I’Dis command not tieing obeyed witness asked the policemen why they disobeyed orders. Then the assault was made on him. During t he disturbance lie saw a constable strike and fell Sheehy. The civilians threw no stones and struck no blows except in parrying blows from the policemen’s batons. In the opening case Healy asked that ordinary .justices should replace th** five resident magistrates of the bench. The application was refused. Whiff* I*. O’Brien was giving evidence Healy questioned hun regarding the photographs he had taken. The presiding magistrate ruled this irrelevent. A heated discussion ensued, at, the end of which Healy told O'Brien to leave the wit ne-- box. All of the complainants and their friend-left the court. RAILROAD MATTERS. [Special to The Hawk-Eye.] Ft. Dodge, Get, 9,—A heartrending scene was witnessed by a few prison officials in one of the gloomy ceils of th** jail here to day. Frank Hopkins, a prisoner confined for burglary, this morning received news that his mother wa- dying at Manson, twenty miles away. When Hopkins received the -ad tidings he broke down completely and wept like a child. He begged and implored to be allowed to go to herffied-ide, but stern d i sci pl i n** would not permit it. This afternoon news of the death of his parent reached Hopkins, arid when the young man realized that he would not be per mined to attend th** funeral ids grief was almost unbearable. Hopkins is a good looking and bright young fellow. He has not seen Iii-mother since he ran away from home, ten veer- ago. Since that time his downward course ha- been rapid, until last spring, when In* was arrested as the chief of a gang of burglar.-operating ail over northwest Iowa. AN OUNCE OF LAUDANUM. I ilk now;: George White Take- It .mil Die* at Davenport. [Special to tile Hawk-Eye.] D x v bn fob r. la., Get. 9.—The body of a strange man, supposed to be one George White, was found in a -traxx stack at the eastern aid of this city this morning. Ile was ju-t breathing his ia-t when discovered, and died before medical aid could reach him. He wa-seen yesterday wandering about the field in which the stack was .situated in an apparently aimless manner, and when accosted anil asked what he wanted replied that he was looking for -oui** on**, but was on the wrong track. In his pockets were found a number of passes o* the Northwestern road that gave hi- name, but no further identification, aud with them were two one-ounce vial-, one empty, tin* other containing laudanum. II v.a-th** content- of tin* bottle that, wa-empty when found that occasion**d death. Tin* man wa- about thirty-five years of age, five arid one-half feet high, and weighed one hundred arui sixty A Belier;*! Basse liger I ped. Chicago, (let. 9.—Ba St. Louis to Cincinnati tin* (>hio and Mi SS roads to S3 during ate W’ar iii Pros- 1'iiger rates front lave been cut by ip[d and “Big Four” he past few day-. The Three Fa*Ie*t Harness Records iii the World Made. Tkkue Bai ii., Ort. 9.—The three fastest harness record- in the world i-the mark hung up to-day on th** Terre Haute track. The fastest stallion record. 2:11 R ; th** fastest mile ever* paced or trotted in a race, 2:09 {; arui the three fasted heats in a race, 2:9    2:12    . . and 2:12. It was a perfect autumn day with a gentle breeze blowing and the ira* k was very fa-t. The attendance wa- over ten thousand. The great attraction walla announcement that Nelson would go to beat Axtell’.* time, 2:12, made over this track last. fall. After a warming up FOREIGN MISSIONS. A Red-Hot Session of the American Board at Minneanolis. The Report of the Com mil I. e «.f Nine Rouse* Acrimonious De* -.Ie Win* ll lf.*- to Ik- Sh ii I O.f l>v t ti* Bre-i-• lcnt Resolution* Pa-sed heat the great Maine -tailion to beat the record. The first was made in 32 seconds; th*- half three-quarter- 1:36 :. Cheer aft MINNI X FOLI-. I aul day'- me»*tin | of commission* ; j pan tLi- moron tendance. Th** sion of nine wa* j portant report ol I pre-ented bv Dr. ■ n.. I». Th Am tart qn n r < *d to referred ■h< Nelson ffu-hed under th*- mer heer wire tra od -tai-;*': Nu vidad Wilke- for won, (bird. ra* e. went up a in 2:11 R. First Race Ldgewt four-year-olds, 8!.OOO; Mattie ii second, Minnif Alice Black fourth: time, 2:22', Second Ba**—Free-for-all pac in lirst heat; B B had the jig!**, Ha! poi ut.-•• second, followed by Adonis, Pickaway and Dr. M. The rider of I!a1 pointer did not. pursue hi- usual tactics, but -••or*‘d his horse up strong in the determination to win the heat. From wire to wire th** Broncho and Pointer had it see-sawing all the way. ami at ru» time did th** dis-•eperate them. Never harm fight tam e of a neck in the hi-torv I two -m b animal* was not a move checked by th** went locked un having it by a throat hang out the tin ** crowd. It. was wit that the fa-te t raci al adc. 1:30:. The th** fir Tim** by 2:09,i. -econd h t with the contest- did out. There f one, but what wait her. Th** geldings r the wire. Pointer iat< h. No ne***! to ■ the enthu'iastic iii the realization i harne.-s had been arter-: 0:3’.    . admin them in e that while late them-which cav financial ii trunnion- I had not * done. If would ha In -peakin ing the qu missionary system should be the propotion of the wa- to be t rn ittee'- re* app I mad* tarie He afd at wall** and riced said congratti--omething irs for th** i thatcon-* churches nu id have receipts cemented, a-eerta: ii-iida te- for <• present - tim* - IF out md in cd fur: t h ri a- a r seruti was a teption pounds. An inquest will b citv to-morrow morning. in thi* Corresponding reduction- from St. Louis to principal points east w« re announced to-day. The Denver and Rio Grande and Missouri Pacific make corresponding reductions from Colorado point-. The general passenger agoutis!.md. Alton and lUir 'aj morning decided that mil were withdrawn within hours corresponding r to tho cast from St. Chicago. f th** Rock i roads this • I hoe I ates t went \ -four it**- would bt* Louis bv xx; id. crs on tho Allen and the Wilson-!!ill line- of steamers at Bristol and London have struck. Their chief reason seems to have been anger at the complaints made of them by the managers of the line in a published letter to 'Thomas Matin, the labor leader. Their demands for “obligation” and “stench" money are not understood by th** general public, but Mann pronounces them unreasonable and tells them llatly that they cannot expect to be supported if they rush blindly into a strike without consultation with the labor leader- of the country. Troubles are reported from Liverpool, Glasgow and other port.-, and there is a general feeling of unrest, which gives the new -hip-ownerC union a great chance to get its work in. In Australia the breach between labor and <*api-tal is wider than ever. The employers have persistently refused to meet tho labor unions in conference except on conditions which would be a practical admission beforehand that the striker-were in the wrong. The labor conference at Sydney has issued a manifesto bitterly assailing the employers a-monopolists and urging their exclusion from parliament. The Oueen Distressed. London. Get. 9.—Th** queen, di**-tressed by the reports about illne-s among the grenadier guards in Bermuda, sent her private secretary to the foreign office this evening to demand the latest news. Lord Salisbury replied that he had received no news whatever. Tile TarilV Bill anil the Fair. Rome, Get. 9.—The commission appointed to arrange for a proper representation of Italian art and industry at tin* international exhibition in Chicago in 1893 has been dissolved, having decided tLab any further efforts to accomplish the work for which it was formed would be useless. It is stated that the commission found, iii view of tile Fnited States’ tariff law, that very few manu- A Rail way A p po int im-ut. Cud ago, Get.    —J.    N. Faith chairman of the western and nothwes division of the Western Freight assi tion, ha- been appointed chairman of the Southwestern Railway and Steamship im, em cia- assoeiation. The headquarters Southwestern association ar** loc St. Louis, and Faithorn will from Chicago to St. Louis. He I in his resignation as chairman Northwestern association. A CRAZY MAN’S DEED. of the ated at remove las -out cf the THEY TEND THE BUSY BEE. Coining Convention of tis*- I ut *-rn;»t tonal Ameriran Bee Ansoeiittion at Keokuk. [Special to The Hawk-F.ye.1 Keokuk, la., Oct. 9.—Thi- city L to be honored by tin* convention of the International Be** association which will be held in the Grand Army ha!! Wednesday, Thursday and Friday October J-, 30 and 31. It is expected that a great many men interested iii til*1 culture of bees will he lier**. The Keokuk Business Men’s anociation is preparing to receive the delegates in tir-t-cla-- -hap** and inter d to make, this, th" fir-- convention licffi west of the Mis-is-ippi river, the most .-iiccessful one in the history of the association. There will he extensive and interesting exhibits of bees, their products and the implement- used in their care. A tine* program has been prepared and essays and addresses will hat at the •tamed. again, and, ut three of in harne-s. half Adoni- broke arid wa- di The third heat wa- war with the time LF'., rounded i th** fa-te-t heats ever gone Forty thou-and dollar- in pools were on this ra* »*. Halpointer won, B. II. >*■ oiid. I’ickawav third. Dr. M. fo irti tim**. 2:09 i, 2:12; J. 2:13. Third Rue*—2:1s trot, -i,iit.o »unfi; l-hed):    Veritas won iir-t heat. Mockii Bird second and third: time, ?:ff:    . THE BASE BALL CONFERENCE. Oil >-on. ha* van* cued cd to • Dr. i ear-f tee. ti rep* retarie-. Walker The League May Co.i i Cato an A. * i Byrn *. w<; un he read bx men of note from all parts the Fnited Stat**- and Canada. T IM. Daugherty Kills In-me Super• nteii-• lent Lloyd. Nkw Yokk, Get. 9.—I. M. Daugherty who was placed in the insane asylum about a year ago for pa\-i.-tautly following Mary \nderson, tho well known actress, w ith protestations of love. fi.t- been at liberty for a few days. This after-noan he shot aud killed the superintend, Lloyd, of tin- Kin: insane as-ylum at F .it Bush. went to King- county hospit irgeon Arnold, but thai not there. Daugherty th York City where Ii*1 v •ked up. facturers were to Chicago. willing to -aul exhibit: Fleet ion Conflicts aims, Get. 9. — Despat iii India. bes from I"olithe French set-serious election there between Several were The Military assistant s county He then a1 to kill gentleman wail came to New a- aught and The Scarcity «*f Freight Carn. Ma-on City, la., Oct. 9.—Superintendent Cosgrove, of the Iowa and Dakota division of the Chicago, Milwaukee a St. Baul railway, has bee: interviewed relative to tile report of th*- Iowa railway commissioners regarding the scarcity of freight cars on his division. Hesay-tffat til** scarcity is u-ua. at thi-season of re lit* : A ire lera! Two CRIME'S CALENDAR. Sisters Murdered While on Way Home from School. Cl MI’.KKLAND, < int.. < > Eliza McGonigle, aged twelve years respecti\ James McGonigle, !ivi started for home after evening. They were I half mile from home aru lowed by a rn bodies of the outraged and murd* umff-r arrest on suspii an named girl- were Their y and i and EM’S of here, -( bool Tuesday i-t seen alive a I were being fol-Lorotque. The found I a -1 night 9.—Ma fourtee da ugh near the year, but lie ex pc* t- immediate lief. The same condition exist- on Southern Minnesota and the Ha-ting: Dakota divisions, and el* valors crowded with grain. The Joint Rut** I .t«»- De- Moines, la., Get. :    ( Stone ha> tiled a motion ii." -upreme court to have tho Burlington. Cedar Rapid- and Northern railroad mint rate ca-e, recently decided adversely to the constitutionality of -he law by Judge Fairall. and appealed bv the -tat*1 eon- dered at hieh began today. In the se of busine-- it would not ll January nor decided till It is more than likely, in importance, tha* the motion ft it ii FUyf promise. New Yoke, Oct. 9.—After amount of lobbying and -**urryin: fro through the hotel- to-day Spalding. John B. Day ami C. ll representing the National L<*agi Ham Barney, /Mien E. Thurman, Chri-. Von D**r Abe for th*- Amen association, E. IL Taiicot, Wendell G win and A. L. John-on of the Flax league, i on-t.it .ting the conference <■ mittce. went int** -e--ff>r this ever arid talked until after midnight. W the meeting was over ail -aid th** be-feeling prevailed. Each committee I ing such widely separated inter**-!- i was difficult to do anything at thi- fir-meeting. Another xviii b«* held <> toffei 22, and in th** meantime no negotiatioi will be entered with any playersor clubs Everybody here seems to look forwart to a consolidation or compromise be tween the League and Flayers’ club-. I 'I' att«*r- w a - and lesly ini-- tary pup* ha* I nar’ Dr. W Ald* v- method Aft LIVING WITH HIS NECK BROKEN tinard Matthew* Brinny* -nit to Recover Damage* from a Railroad. Ai t ii rn p< >r- “ircuit Bloomington, IU., Oct. 9. taut lawsuit is being tried in court here. Leonard Matth the Chicago and Alton Railroad comp for >20,000 damages for receiving a dislocation of the neck. La-t spring Matthews, who wa- a freight brakeman on the Alton, wa- riding on top of a high fact Dr. app prexy hi ■ep and car and wa- -tru* and knocked off. feet high and higher than th* claimed that Mat and death is Hah! Matthew- wears straps, making Eminent conns**! the c k by a bridge at J-The bridge was tvv* the car was four * standard cars. I thew-' I,***- k xx as br* •* to result at any t a rigging of iron his head -tati are on both side - watched with great in EXTRA SESSION OF GONGRE: Tile I* evident ( itll Oi • id t i • on NI roken I time. I n and mary. . and Have Dei \ in lier ll A Wa- -boule Bari * gra ded 11 g( re hi- term, xx regular i ou be heard ti next May view’ of tiii-will be granted. Fisli!in;c the Liquor I.a* i.o roe* of pf" P.c* are row about •lock left (Bisson ri, which to-mor- A- of rile “ODIN” SAW THE PRESIDENT. lf auk-Lye at *»t- • Persona -4Va.he which you are the bid of their high regard _! ii" vve 11 a- politically, P^p‘Cure of introducing a-sonililage of our va .se di-tin-you, at I' nited which greeted appearance had some- ^’domen, it is my to present to president of the - <«.hMa,,d chcers” ■;<jenr, ,‘ded hi', *ddre*i> *    'Pe*tided to Governor ^rthejr hl?f spec, h’ lha,lk' ‘Lem of ti Arty welcome and esad it w tp!easl'rf? ’t afforded ^ urifo 1)e ’Appreciation tul lf I*** woro not WB,,;, ;‘ ’j*" ;Uld spontaneous f,rntj-j.,>r,'etcd him in his ^ aim in ti, saw Hie welcome feat Ai' .’’-dry and respect Hi of y'r'i111 People for that win k x lhf“y worfJ K ’n the cr. * attained congii,y of nations. The ^ the nValed the People of lenomenal progress only such s Cor respondent turn w a—A Great Ovation. [Special to The Hawk-Bye.] OTTUMWA, la., Get. 9. Who wouldn't travel a hundred, yea five hundred miles to see a live president? The man xx io lias more power and rules over a arg* country, a move prosperous race than any presided over by the crown head Europe. From the east and the north and south, even from Mi and Minnesota came the citizen family to do homage and honor to oui great Harrison. For the moment tics were forgotten and all tha heart of tile mutitude was admiration and pride. President Harrison looked better, never    made friends than in the coal of Iowa. A crowd of west, isouri and his Revising the Confession of Faith. Bit i -iiUKG, Get. 9.—Tin* committee working on the revision of the Presbyterian confession of faith are -till at work. So far everything has been harmonious and the committee as yet is a unit. From present indications another session of the committee xviii be held before the work will be completed. Newspaper Tri/** Distribution Suppressed. An.anta, Ga . Ort. 9.—The posta1 authorities to-day seized the weekly edition of the Atlanta ('(institution which contained a prize distribution offer to its subscribers to he settled Christmas morning. The forms have been revised and a new edition is now being printed.__ to advance and the -ub- The Gratifying to All. high position attained pol i -filled the never more palace never better natured or complained terrible; the stdc-; bad as the street, ruined, but th** possessor had seen the president, one a twice, a dozen times, and was sa is • They had heard his doquent ad*dre^ and were more than repaid for th* 1 ing and crushing, the squeezing « pushing. The president held more than one little side reception from the city was less. Tie* mud was walks became nearly a Silks and satins were and the universal acceptance and approval of the pleasant- liquid fruit remedy Syrup of j,'ire    as the most excellent laxative known, illustrate the value of the qualities on which its success is based and are abundantly gratifying to the California Fig Syrup company. A Republican Rally at Aledo. [Special to The Hawk-Eye.) Ai kdo, Oct. 9.—The republican Mercer county will bald a grand meeting in this city at Union hall on Friday evening October lo, at 7:30. The meeting will be addressed by Dr. and Hon. Edgar McDill, A large and enthusiastic meeting pected.  __ Free samples of Dr. Miles’ Restorative Nervine at J. II. Witte’s drug store. Cutes Headache, Nervous* ess, haplessness, Neuralgia, Fits, et dicherry, the capital of tlements in India, says a conflict has taken place tho mob and the police, wounded on both sides, were ordered out. Trouble Between Folic® mid Socialists. Bekix, Oct. 9.—The trouble between the police and the socialists in Sprottau was resumed to-day and in a conflict sev eral persons wen* wounded. Corn Merchants Embarrassed. Vienna, Oct. 9.—Six of the largest corn merchant- of the seaports of Braila, Roiirnania, have failed, and several others are in difficulty owing scales made to English firm sequent advance in prices. Trouble in the Iii ult I Mines. Sydney, Oct. 9.—The non-union miners at Biulli were attacked to-day by the unionists who drove them out arid occupied the mines. The police were unable to restrain the strikers arid reinforcements were sent, Con ut C'isa Dead. Havana. Oct. 9.—Fount Cisa, leader of the Cuban conservative party, is dead.    __ President Navassa Ke-K!ected. San Jaun, Oct. 9.—Doctor Roberto Sacassa, who succeeded to the presidency of Nicaragua on the death of Carlo in I ss*,i, has been re-elected for four ye;ir-. STOCKS TUMBLING. of W. E. Taylor of Monmouth. is ex- Amcrican Railroad Securities Declining Rapidly on the London Market. London, Oct. 9.—At this hour (12:30 [i. rn.) the stock market is a scene of wild excitement. Quotations are entirely nominal. Canadian Pacific has declined I per cent from last evening’s closing price, Erie has fallen iff, Erie seconds consuls IR, Illinois Central 4'ff, Mexican ordinary V, St. Paul common 2VV New York Central I Vt Pennsylvania VV and Reading Baris advices quote 30 per cents rentes 94 francs 90 centimes, and exchange in London 25 francs 32 centimes. The amount of bullion gone into the Bank of Killed Iii- Wife. Na-hvii.ee. Tam., Oct. *.—At Tecumseh, Alabama, yesterday, a man named Dandy killed hi-wife and brutally beat hi- daughters, one of whom will die It is said that Dandy had been intimate with a lewd woman and his wife and daughters found this out. They hunted th** woman and beat her. This aroused Dandy - anger. He ha- escaped. /\Hs:<s4in»ted iii Hi- Home. Na-hxiei.e. Term.. Get. 9. At hi-home near Worthed, Georgia, last night. J. Thomas Taunton, a prominent and n-fluentiai citizen, was assassinated a- he was reading hi-paper, it is not known who committed the deed. A Fatal Mine U* pl oui on. San Fuan* i-( O, Get. 9.—A Clironi< U special from San Diego says news is received from Rosario gold mine, seventy miles inland from Alaseallan, of a terrible explosion which occurred there the latter part of September. An American named McGee and nine Mexicans were working in th** mine near a magazine which contained several hundred pounder dynamite. 'This exploded iii some way and th** ten men were blown to atoms. Serious Wreck on the* Northern Pari lie Di EI TH, Get. 9.—A St. Baul and Duluth freight train ran into a Northern’ Pacific Short Lino passenger train tHis morning at Rice’s point. Two coaches full of passengers were ditched arid txvo freight cars telescoped. Iff M. Mason, Switchman John Rotan, A. V. Champaign and Conductor Glass, of the Northern Pacific, were seriously but not fatally hurt. Compte de Paris at Fortress Monroe. Foktuk-- Monia ie, Oct. 9.—The Compt*: de Baris and party arrived here this morning from Washington and took a steamer up the .lames river to Richmond. Richmond. Va.. Get. 9. The count of Baris and party arrived here this afternoon and were received by the committee representing General ritz Hugh I zee. “Why. now I cannot jr**t enough to oat.” -ays ore* lady who formerly had no appetite. Gut took Hood’s Sarsaparilla. I x DE Pf N DIM I most important < Ii.in is tim S:,.t Daugherty, et a . ing th** races. TI the Iowa prohii,, and proposed to whether the law enactment. Thi kind and Judge be watched with la., Get. 9.—The a-** before Judge Line-■ of Iowa vs. Martin for selling liquor dur-e defendant claim- that ory law is inoperative. lake a test case to -ee lands good without re-> i- tile first ca-** of the l.inehan’s decision will interest. SPORTING NEWS. Th MHH I lie .Morris Par k - Park, Oct. 9.— on d i tion. nu •lam Strikers’ Demands Refused. New York, Oct. 9.—President King, of the Erie road, to-day issued a circular in reply to a long list of demands made by the employes a few days ago for an increase of wages, concessions on runs, hours, etc. The demands of the men are refused and the reasons therefor set out at length. Nothing makes home so bright, comfortable and healthful a-a “Garland” Stove and Range. Pears’ soap is the most pleasant toilet adjunct Milo Lily Ko-tomlat-ky. Lawyer. De- Moines. Ga. — Ada—of twety-fotir were admitted to ’he Intr by the -u-preme court ye-lerday. among them being one young ady. M -- Li y Kostom-lat-ky. who p.a-ed a remarkably good examination. Mi-- Kostomlat-ky stal ed law in the office of State Senator J. J. Mosnat. of Belie Blaine. >he i- the -econd woman to he admitted by th** supremo court and will at once "cg n practice. _ Iowa Masons. Cr. DAU UAPH*-, Get. 9.—The gland chapter of Iowa Royal Arch Masons is in session in this city. The pa-t two or three days have been devoted to th** school of instruction. To-day xva- given over to the actual work of th** grand chapter. AU the grand officer- are present and nearly one hundred delegates from various portion- of the -tate. A Veteran G- A. It. Man Dead. [Special to Tin* Hawk-Eye.) Mr. Pleasant, la. Oct. 9.—Captain Peter Foster died suddenly last night. He was ninety-six years old, the hero of three wars, and was th** oldest member of the Grand Army in the United States. The Deep-Water Convention. Des Moixi.-, Get. 9.—The interstate deep-water harbor convention began it-session h**r** to-day. LOOKED LIKE A CRISIS. Conference Between the Firemen and Engineer*1 Committee and Northwestern Official*. Clin a*.o. Ga. ?. it looked to-day as if a crisi- hail been reached iii the conference between the engineer-' and firemen's committee and th** Northwestern official-. Ail advance had been conceded in the wages of tin* engineers handling mogul engines, but th** request for abolition of the classification system met with a refusal. Another long conference wa-held to-day and this afternoon President Hughitt as tired the men a settlement would be reached to-morrow. 'Unobjectionable classification system provides that firemen, after promotion to a position as engineer, -hall he classed for a certain time as a third rate engineer and receive correspondingly lower [lay. From that grade he rises to tin* second grad*1 and after several years to th** fir-t. The men claim that during all th** dull seasons the company takes advantage of the system aud places second and third class men on th** engines. thereby reducing wages thousands of dollar- annually. The sub-committee which is holding a conference, is the supreme committee of firemen and engineers of the entire northwestern sys- M in miserab First R wards, one won, Rac time. 1:5s. Second I: *'< — quarters of a -econd. Un trig1: a Third Race—Bf a'l age-, one miff starters):    Monta ond: time, 2:19 Fourth R year-old Iii won. ( antal time. 1:17. Fifth Ra* vear-old tiff Cancan w third: time. J Sixth Race won, Syraci: third: time, I Un The Three-e and ar-o si \t* Mi Saivin ar-olds, e won, M d: tim*1. I de bandie: i quarter u <.p- Eor: third: threc ite I tor WO Aldrich ha* *xtra *dcra! rat' *ath: el it ivinta sc, ice—Ka ies. six rice se* Firewor r two-Tosca third; not of rh IOT ad OUT! is hardl at me-, t rn. Rt e im laire and cond or ' fin Dr The I MA. G Lait fast. First wards. Weldoi 1:45; 4. Second R wards one Busine-- xx IF<lr third: Third Race year-olds, colt won. Valera time. 1:17L. Fourth Ila fillies, lour I. Manner*. -The rat I, A' > me ii sec Thr* n. inn Coiisii . Buffin -Three-) ** and Hamlet >, 2:04 4 . K im ball -ix fur! lids an e won, third: r.nUE up- ‘arrv ti and up-iree-sixtecnth-: second, Virgo mos preparafi •r el • am emj d* a are alt It tha then new s' known 'ador- oiisid* •y invi ll Mxx I ’n ed -id* sc."ion Ba ■ bn* third: Sara second. :51. Fifth Bac* bilio-, four fur won, Bosoduff time. :50L . Marx t oi y ar-o a maiden Saxon otto won, itov third. time. At i’hiladelpti At Bali mort*—Haiti moi At l/OtiisviPc—^Toledo Al St. i.oii!> -St. Louis T wo-vear-offj ma via otig-:    Liu    aile Manitou* second. Edith L. third Ua-e Ball. i Athletic I. U«>en> -a- ; a r*> men si ouisviilc I olumhw' Hancock County S. S. Convention. [Special to The Hawk-Eye.) We-t 1*oint. 111., Get. 9.—Th* Hancock county Sunday School convention began a two days session here thi- morning. The attendance is large. Tin-Plwle Factory in Omaha. Omaha, Oct. t*.—At a meeting u tlo* Real Estate exchange yesterday a plan foot for the establi-hment of miff- and plating works here. mine- in Dakota develop ac-expectations it is hoped to make Omaha tin* distributing center for the output. A committee was appointed to visit the mines in the Black Ii ills. pre ■ut I ‘ast t of c era! electee xva- -orrv ii* the subject. Secretary I decision bathe subject or not, he xx •*. —\Y ■ntativi tart I iia* •al if th re [tori Hie the •Rove the lr it is so president ♦‘publican and that (.•(•astoned an a- ii for it * urn b*** i rn prop** no -rn Whet ii siderati* IRON AND STEEL MEN. /int >c--ii»n ii I lie A mr rii an Socict i IU Ro. (let. —The was -et on Bn rolling should the cording to —'Uh* .'love Hawkeye, on baum's. for the people ale at Faut A Lib The Arkansas Contest. General Rowell Clayton. was once dear to me is tnt* Kriech- Uirst J< PRI TS sion of th** Brin tut.* and the An neer- and iron was held at Cart The time wa- sj and reading p; journment for d afternoon the t Wildwood oil visited th** We-! at Wilmerding along river-was 1 club. Brit cli >ilit| In UTI Ha aft* xva* id. xvi: a I ■I In-tiff e n g i -Adorers tor rung. ; [leeches Ii an ad-i. Th Monan ga i u-trie •glum ■eptio A Bloody Altrav TI ti HOW IHT! When with i It - pols. o besit > mph ere hey ut an in lr cpu OII ti-1 ti I the time has now come when I can take my life in my hand- with perfect resignation. and if I can only succeed in defeating Breckinridge, I will gladly die in tho can.-**.” —To-night. Don’t forget Daniels in “Little Puck.” —For dry goods and notion? Weber’s, 506 Jefferson street. I'rank go to F or community, I; «|e-trileti vc of ll the human -v-ti foul and -ii'ijzv -lowly distrihitU the InnIv, the pei imminent. Ear yrnptotn- art drowsy reelings, -• \ ere headache s. gut*. [-Mir appetit*, indigent! la-situde. Del.:* most serum* col get a strong hoi trrnt    lf    by Medical Discovery, and blessings of health. The lintern to cure in ail case-it is recommended, or ii lie refunded. Will lire. Pill!.ADK! I D A. Gel. >>. urine (Miss Kale Hr. \. have erected a great convi ters of Mercy in Buck* c. instruction of gaffs to qu teaching among the Indian * *****i hi a latnuy is Pad blood more id beauh than in the lite current is npurities, ami is !i> to every part of i, and bt*- even, is dill oat* i and i ton general the ttincnt may entai ices. [Jon t let discase our constitution, '>ut >r. Pierce’* Golden in* restored to tin ih-eovi ry ” is fj’utr->i diseases for which hi*') paid fur it *■- . /» ( oui cr! . !.    9.    Sis; : aboil of th** ny, Lu ;v rKo-i aih- L tO Silk** Reecham's Rids cure Dido island nervous ii s ;

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