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   Burlington Hawk-Eye (Newspaper) - October 10, 1890, Burlington, Iowa                                PKIDAY OCTOBER 1890 A SAD PRISON which they had tho past a evidences of prosperity PRICE 15 CENTSrPERf WEEK AND served on every and magnificent wsii dent Harrison and His Party at the Peaturos of Morning the Grand Parade and Other Out floor ting Wonders of the Coal in the presidents remained on a side track not far during a greater part of The president was anxious nights aud as he was due in tllis city beforc it it at a quiet switch be within by tho he ob Jn the unique ace which was the coal city of he rfPrid6 the not only the Inexhanstlhln of the state of Wcalth tcctural triumph and au which were a credit to culture ing Hawkoye prcsident said wrpret the lesson of ho ln wouldsay it was an tllusS palac ho much that is artisticand i of how found in the commonahWs ls tobn if I said Uko the it would be to suite might profitably carry into 5n and all neighborly tte transforming The tho things of life touched ing spirit may be m our homes same common by a lov rnade to glow Burlington aud Ottumwa the train be sidetracked and remain until J this the SiBtendcnt of the Iowa lines of tho JL Tinrllncton Qniney bPr itiken especial precautions for the Cents safety first and for his com Before the train left city or on the mother He the who flocked around passed a lady What for care c Bnd thln earriae to tho toe around the review witb Vh nave interfered The Chief Secretary Says There is No Famine in lie at the News of Americas Con Intention Toward the Ine Threatened rarnells Serious A dispatch from Scotland says that Chief Secretary Bal smile the news of four received with a the appointment of a committee in good and In these st enn rn Trf these be Por ruptcd and the government itself has ktton at 11 oclock last night the and all trains between iston and thc station at which the Itfjs to stop were sidetracked then I engine was run ahead of the Cents leaving Burlington at to make assurance doubly flat thc road was clear and that tho Jns all a good He jttolook out upon cloudy the of bad weather that the tjlassecn since it left Inns oclock thc train started aud an ithtcr it pulled into The I tad been timed originally for so there were comparatively Ettrsms at thc The Ottumwa which had come nil the way Itebmy on the called on lent during the and tearrira in this iity Colonel the president of the coal escorted thc president to a car hich was in waiting for The John of is and his were at the They the carriage with Colonel Ualliu d the and together they i dritcn to Devius Kile president took breakfast with iis brother and his brotherin i The other members of the party I in thc where breakfast lltrved to them at The is switched to a side track near the the water of the artificial water fall immediately be hind the president was turned on and its roar almost drowned his voice Iilavc said with brass l J befora S k J sound red Major Lacov It e indication as to the result hta Prominent republican mention are all the hand 1SSS and all smiling and anxious to shake bv our gallant leader of were afforded the all n America to deal with the threatened famine in and that he remarked Dillon ana the rest have the thing this It was not a famine fund they wanted but more money for the plan of Tipperary has cost them Many tories think that Balfour has over done the denial business and that the relief from America is likely to take the form of food supplies instead of a large portion would sooner or later way into tho pockets England on balance today is The bullion in the Bank of England decreased pounds dur ing tho The proportion of the Bank of England reserve which last week was per is now At tho close of the market Canadian Pacific had advanced Erie was Erie second controls had declined Illinois Central had fal len Mexican ordinary had de clined Paul common was un New York Central had ad vanced was and Reading had advanced stockmarket has been excited since tho but prices have partially All buyers of New York find difficulty in obtaining re liable and there will there fore be delay in forwarding the closing prices of American United securities to the Frank Learns that His Mother is He to be AHoned to Go to Her Itedslde but Stern Prison Pre Bee Convention to be UelI at of of which find its the land m aiiorded the by Harrison is worth not a asked to speak in the roar of a Niagara Laughter and The water soon turned lh J J had supposed there were limitations upon the freedom of this ical suggestion of any sort to bo introduced at this friendly concourse of American I hink both of us have good cause for grievance asainst the prohibitionists for Tliltle to luc party iu the Everything looks promising and the answer to the question Dow are matters politically in your county is always We are gointo poll our full vote and also a per centago of the The crowd 111 farm and side by a display chanical 1 think in this combini divcrsity of interest and this mutual aud helpful rela tion between the tillers of the soil and the workers in our each con tributing to thc commonwealth and each to he that which ho I t ten oclock the local committees d lor the president and escorted him i coal where he was joined oiler members of the Ar mettts had been made to give them ntc view of the interior of the pal More nine oclock rain had be lifill and it continued falling stead mnih the president went through the coal awith Governor followed by wnbers of the presidents party lescortof the local A fctetourof the building was rer floor being examined first and the president I in the pallcry the visitors as on the lower floor gave him mng The president ex his pleasure and surprise at the ineaidbeautiful The walls idecontcd with designs of an elab ttoctcr made of on a Thipresident did into tho coal whirh is math the wthe forenoon visii u the coal tie president again repaired to his where lunch Sccntary Private Ur Congressman 5ros Marshal were cnter bjthelocal The rain time had ceased and at one tie grand parade of the day took Thecolumn was headed by a of followed by the prcsi rathe governors Secro racy and tho rest of the presidents tiegovernors mounted coal otelals and the reception com tic mayor and city Was of Iowa National saw cine societies and the head of the column eviewing stand President wa his party and Governor his staff occupied the stand column marched in re this afternoon the pub isof thn day took place in 01 an enthusiastic noont ten thousand 1 preliminary words of wcl 6tof i lial WWuced Governor who 1rcsident Harrison to said in behalf of people ion t pllasailt privilege to fehi our 10 extend to sJSKnnf icsoi tfwns and 4dL of thc dis JJtawjou confer upon us in Dccome our guest for a iermitnieto say your tie audience that ha you tliiit tibcy urc opportunities enjoyed bv other government in this opportunity to of battieTnor Jjvastatinp but as thc voluntary IntellL LraWligent people of the honor of being a I sincere delight to attention to the evi iiste and super iu the erection and beautiful palace in aule to entertain in the generous s palace is 5 Prslerity for which hto Ap of are the assemblage of our distin at United in a Governor eir i Spocdl1 thauk welcome and and that progress children to a degree we have not realized 1 he progress in thc mechanical arts within the years of my own notice and recollection reads like a fairy tale Let us not think we have reached the limit of this There are yet uses of the agency already known to bo de veloped and They are vet agencies perhaps in the great store house of nature that have not bccu har nessed for the use of Out of all this what is yet to Who can tell1 You are favored here iu having not only a surface soil that yields richly to tho labor of the 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 The president closed by once more thanking tho people for thc kindness of his reception and wishing for Iowa and its citizens tie largest increase of pros most secure social order and in creasing blessings of homo Secretary Tracy was introduced but did not Congressman of McCall and other dis tinguished citizens spoke after which the president returned to his remaining there until six when he was entertained at a private dinner at the residenre of formerly a citizen of Indianapolis and an old friend of the Ottumwa never saw such a crowd be fore as was here A score of special trains piled visitors into the and at the time of the procession this morning there must bave been forty thousand people in our The city was beautifully A conspicuous feature of the parade was the old third Iowa which during the war was commanded 1n turn by General now assistant secretary of the interior Colonel now United Stated circuit and General now secretary of the One of the beautiful incidents of the parade occurcd at Adams where three thousand school children congregated to see the He bowed his acknowledge ment to the happy who each waved a and then their three thou sand voices were uplifted in the familiar old During the afternoon a large crowd gathered around the train and the presi dent was again compelled to show him self and speak a few He said such spontaneous greetings as these gave him courage in the work that is often wearisome and often very full of They helped him to believe that the great masses of the people have no other interest than that the government shall be well administered and that the public offices be filled by con scientious and honest A public reception was tendered thu president at the coal palace and from eight to nine oclock he shook hands with thousands of The orator of the evening was Congressman Gros of whoso address was an excellent well adapted to the oc casion and highly appreciated by the He among other that the demand in America for agricul tural products will keep pace 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 He predicted in the near future a period of great prosperity to the industrial classes of the whole OFF FOU nine oclock tonight the presidential party left Ot tumwa for which will be reached at seven oclock tomor row Atchison will be reached about eight oclock tomorrow morning and Topeka at At the latter city i lhem WCIlt hungry they hadn t time to wait at thc crowded lunch standsthere was too much to EEED AT The Speaker or the National will be There October J3 Is now definitely settled that Thomas of speaker of the house of will speak in this city next October Speaker Keed will arrive at l p m and will speak at 2 ile will orate threequarters of an At three o clock he will take a train for where he is to speak in the Ho speaks there at eight o and at nine oclock leaves for to spend Sunday with Con gressman Congressman William Mason of Chi will speak after Heed here in the afternoon and in the Isaac tho eloquent commissioner of whose able speech here two years ago at the fair is still remembered by the will talk at the opera It will be a great day for Kockford and there will bo au immense turnout and en thusiastic Eeed today stands second to no man in the repub lican with possibly a single excep aud Kockford people are fortunate indeed in having an opportunity to sec and hear in payment of Parnells health is far from as might have been inferred from his inability to attend tho recent important nationlist convention at His physicians forbid him from addressing public meet ings and the utmost that they will sanc tion in tho way of political activity at present is that he may meet his col leagues privately in The delgation selected at the Dublin confer ence to visit America will sail at the earliest possible date after Gill shall have made arrangements for them iu Xew York and other eastern lialfour Sajs Ko Secretary Bal fours letter denying that there is likely to be any famine in Ireland is hailed with aelight by the tory It gives them the cue they and this morning there Is a chorus of editorial approval that must be very satisfactory to tho chief The liberal papers point out the inconsistency of Balfours In one breath he says it will be impossible to find out whether a failure or dug in Octo potato crop is until they arc CLARKSON A Token of Kecaril from His Sub1ost Olllce delegation representing the chiefs of division and clerks in the oflice of the first assistant postmaster general tonight called at the residence of Colonel Clarkson and pre sented to their late chief a letter ex pressive of their affectionate The envelope was of silver enamled In perfect fac simillo of the envelope used by Colonel Clarkson while first assistant postmaster general and bore the stamp and postmark of September The envelope contained a two leaf letter also in silver with gold on the first part of which beside tho ofli cial card were the enamled well wishes of the clerks and the autograph signatures of live chiefs of the first assistant On the other pages wore the names of other GENERAL WASHINGTON the presidential party will be entertained until five oclock in the ODIN SAW THE The HavrkKyc8 Correspondent at t Great Special to Thc wouldnt travel a yea five hundred miles to see a live president The man who has more power and rules over a larger a move prosperous race than any presided over by the crown heads of From the east and the the north and even from Missouri and Minnesota came the citizen aud his family to do homage and honor to our great For the moment poli tics were forgotten and all that filled thc heart of the mutitude was admiration and President Harrison never looked never made more friends than in the coal palace city of A crowd never was better naturcd or complained The mud was terrible the side walks became nearly as bad as the Silks and satins were but the possessor had seen tho a dozen and was They had hoard his eloquent address and were more than repaid for the jam ing and the squeezing and The president held more than one little side reception from tho back AsisCint Secretary liassey lEcnders an Important Pension Sec retary Bussey has iu tho case of Kussell of Company First New York Veteran a decision that defines the status of prisoners of having enlisted in the rebel service iu order to escape imprisonment and return to their own are applicants for The decision rescinds the ruling made by Commissioner Black onMay in which the commissioner held that regardless of cir cumstances and of prisoners of war so enlisting in the rebel even as a device of escape from starva tion aud should beheld as having voluntarily aided the rebellion and were debarred from a After presenting fully the legal aspects of the the assistant secretary says The department must be con trolled in all cascs coming before for adjudication of tho fundamental rule that the rights of the soldier and of citi zens can never be taken away nor except by the express terms of the the actual and obvious meaning of which should be taken without resort to subtle and forced I re spectfully overrule the former decision of your oflice and grant the pension Will Redeem Four ami OneHalf ier secretary of the treasury today issued a circular offering to redeem four and onehalf per cent bonds with interest to August 31 until further the not In another he denies that there will bo any general and in the next admits that in certain districts of the west it is a partial failure What poor law priests and newspaper correspondents have been claiming for tho last two months is that the potato crop is a total failure in tho very districts Balfour refers where the people have been digging them since early in and that in thosu districts tho people have nothing else to eat and must therefore starve if not The measures taken by the to which the chief secretary are all as yet in pros and no stops whatever have been taken in regard to Notwith standing Balfours declaration that what little inconvenience may bo caused in Ireland by tho potato blight can be remedied by governmental thc movement to raise a fund in England for tho sufferers continues to attract sup Among the contributions to day was one of from John liberal member of parliament for Uibor Troubles Hecomiiij labor troubles arc getting complicated by divisions among tho Tho corn port ers on the Allen and tho WilsonHill lines of steamers at Bristol and London have 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 the labor Their de mands for obligation and stench money are not understood by thc general but Mann pronounces them un reasonable and tells them flatly that they cannot expect to be supported if they rush blindly into a strike without consultation with tho labor leaders of the Troubles are reported from Glasgow and other and there is a general feeling of which gives the new shipowners union a great chance to get its work In Aus tralia the breach between labor and capi tal is wider than Tho employers have persistently refused to meet tho labor unions in conference except on conditions which would be a practical admission beforehand that the strikers were in the The labor confer ence at Sydney lias issued a manifesto bitterly assailing the employers as monopolists and urging their exclusion from The Queen dis tressed by the reports about illness among the grenadier guards in sent her private secretary to the foreign office this evening to demand tho latest Lord Salisbury replied that he had received no news POLICEMEN ON The Case Againstthe Assaulting OUlcers at bearing of tho summons against the policefor assaults committed by them upon a number of persons at the courthouse in Tipperary on the occasion of the opening of the trial of Dillon and OBrien com menced at that place Healy declared that on the occasion in question for every adult in the crowd outside of the there were four armed He told of tho assault on Later then tookthe stand and testified that there were fewer than fifty civilians outside courthouse when he while there was a large force of policemen on each side of the gates The policemen used great and unneces sary addressed the saying something to the effect that they must go in out of that and not make a This command not being obeyed witness asked the police men why they disobeyed Then the assault was made on During the disturbance he saw a constable strike and fell The civilians threw no stones and struck no blows except in par rying blows from the policemens D In the opening case Healy asked that ordinary justices should replace the live resident magistrates of the The application was While OBrien was giving evidence Healy ques tioned him regarding the photographs he had The presiding magistrate ruled this A heated discuss ion at the end of which Healy told OBrien to leave the witness All of the complainants and their friends left the Special to The heartrending scene was witnessed by a few prison offi cials in one of the gloomy ceils of the jail here Frank a pris oner confined for this morning received news that his mother was dying twenty miles When hopkms received the sad tidings he broke down completely and wept like a He begged and implored to be al lowed to go to but stern discipline would not permit This af ternoon news of the death of his parent reached and when the young man realized that he would not be per mitted to attend the funeral his grief was almost Hopkins Is a good looking and bright young Ho has hot seen his mother since he ran away from ten yeers Since that time his downward course has been until last when he was ar rested as the chief of a gang of burg lars operating all over northwest AN OUNCE OP As they are now affiliated tho order of railway conductors on tho the control tho entire train servlce EECOED BEBAKDfS AT TERRB The Three Fanteit Ilarnew Records In the World TEKKK three fastest harness records in the world is the mark hnng up today on tho Terre Haute The fastest stallion the fastest mile or trotted in a and the three fastet heats In a and It was a perfect autumn day with a gentle breeze blowing and the track was very The attendance was over FOREIGN i A RedHot of the Americanr3 Board at RAILROAD A General 1asseiiger Kato War iu Pros rates from Louis to Cincinnati have been cut by the Ohio and Mississippi and Big Four roads to S3 during the past few Corresponding reductions from Louis to principal points east were announced Tho Denver and Eio Grande and Missouri Pacific make corresponding reductions from Colorado The general passenger agents of the Rock Alton and Burlington rreids this morning decided that unless these rates were withdrawn within twnntyfour hours corresponding rates would bemade to the cast from Louis by witv of A Kitilnruy chairman of the western and nothwcstern division of the Western Freight associa has been appointed chairman of the Southwestern Railway and Steamship The headquarters of the Southwestern association are located at and Faithorn will remove from Chicago to He has sent in his resignation as of the Northwestern A CRAZY MANS Tlic TarilV Bill and the commission ap pointed to arrange for a proper repre sentation of Italian art and industry at the international exhibition in Chicago in IS3 has been having de cided tha any further efforts to accom plish tho work for which it was formed would be It is stated that the commission in view of the United States tariff that very few manu facturers were willing to send exhibits to WASHINGTON The population ot is Kevising tho Confession of The committee working on the revision of tho Presby terian confession of faith are still So far everything has been harmonious and the committee as yet is a From present indications another session of the committee will be held before the will bo posta1 authorities today seized the weekly edition of the Atlanta Constitution which contained a distribution offer to its subscribers to bo settled Christmas The forms have been revised and a new edition is now being Gratlfyliie to The high position attained and tho universal acceptance and approval of the pleasant liquid fruit remedy Syrup of as the most excellent laxative knownj illustrate tho value of the quali ties on which its success is based and are abundantly gratifying to tho California Fig Syrup A Republican Kully at Special to THE republicans of Mercer county will hald a grand meeting in this city at Union hall on Friday even October at Tho meeting will be addressed by W Taylor aud Edgar of A largo and enthusiastic meeting is ex Free samples of Miles Kcstorative Nervine at Wittcs drug Cnfos Nervousf Sleepless et Election Conllicts in from Pon the capital of the French set tlements in says a serious election conflict has taken place therebetween tho mob and the Several were wounded on both The Military were ordered Trouble Ilctwcen Police and trouble between the police and the socialists in Sprottau was resumed today and in a conflict sev eral persons were Corn Merchants of tho largest corn merchants of tho seaports of have and several oth ers are in difficulty owing to advance scales made to English firms and the sub sequent advance in Trouble in the Kiulll nonunion miners at Biulli were attacked today by the unionists who drove them out and occupied tho The police were unable to restrain the strikers and rein forcements were Coniit Cisa leader of the Cuban conservative party is President Sacassa SAN Roberto who succeeded to the presidency of Nicaragua on the death of Carlo in has been reelected for four DaugUerty Kills Insane Superinten dent NEW Daugherty who was placed in the insane asylum about a year ago for persistantly follow ing Mary the well known ac with protestations of has been at liberty for a few This after noan he shot aud killed the assistant of the Kings county insane assylum at Flat He then went to Kings county hospital to kill Surgeon but that gentleman was not Daugherty then came to New York City where he was caught and locked CRIMES Tiro Sisters Murdered While on Their Way Home from and Eliza aged fourteen and twelve years daughters of James living near started for homo after school Tuesday They were last seen alive a half mile from home and were being fol lowed by a man named The bodies of the girls were found last night Uulmoirsi Ueorgc White Takes It and Dies at Special to the HawkBye body of a strange supposed to be one George was found in a straw stack at tho eastern end of this city this He was just breathing his last when and died before medical aid could reach He was seen yesterday wandering about the field in which the stack was situated in an apparently aimless and when ac costed and asked what he wanted replied that he was looking for some but was on the wrong In his pockets were found a number of passes ol the Northwestern road that gave his but no further and with them were two oneounce one the other containing It was the contents of the bottle that was empty when found that occasioned The man was about thirtyfive years of five and onehalf feet and weighed one hundred and sixty An inquest will be held in this city tomorrow THEY TEND THE BUST Coming Convention of the International American Itee Association at Special to The HawkBye 1 city is to be honored by the convention of the In ternational Bee association which will be held in the Grand Army hall Thursday and Friday October 30 and It is expected that a great many men interested in the culture of bees will be The Keokuk Business Mens association is preparing to receive the delegates in firstclass shape and in tend to make the first convention held west of the Mississippi the most successful one in the history of the There will be extensive and interesting exhibits of their products and the implements used in their A fine program has been prepared and essays and addresses will be read by men of note from all parts of the United States and The Scarcity of Freight MASON tendent of the Iowa and Da kota division of the Milwaukee Paul has been interviewed relative to the report of the Iowa railway commissioners regarding the scarcity of freight cars on his He says that the scarcity is usual at this season of the but he expects immediate re The same condition exists on the Southern Minnesota and the Hastings Dakota and crowded with elevators are STOCKS American Kailroad Securities Declining Kapidly on the London At this hour tho stock market is a scene of wild Quotations are entirely Canadian Pacific has declined last evenings closing fallen Erie seconds 1 per cent from Erie has consuls Illinois Central Mexican ordinary Paul common Now York Central IJf Pennsylvania and Reading Paris advices quote 30 per cents rentes 91 francs 90 and exchange in London 25 francs 32 Tho amount of bullion gone into tho Bank of outraged and Lorocque is under arrest on Killed Ills Te a man named Dandy killed his wife and brutally beat his one of whom will It is said that Dandy had been intimate with a lewd woman and his wife and daughters found this They hunted tho woman and beat This aroused Dandys He has AglsassinateU in his homo near last Thomas a prominent arid in fluential was assassinated as he was reading his It is not known who committed tho A Fatal Mino SAN Chronicle special from San Diego says news is re ceived from Kosario gold seventy miles inland from of a terri ble explosion which occurred there the latter part of An American named McGee aud nine Mexicans were working in the mine near a magazine which contained several hundred pounds of This exploded in some way and the ten men were blown to Scrions Wreclc on tho Northern Paul and Du luth freight train ran into a Northern Pacific Short Lino passenger train this morning at Sices Two coaches full of passengers were ditched and two freight cars Switchman John Cham paign and Conductor of tho North ern were seriously but not fatally Compte de 1aris ut Fortress FOKTUESS Compte de Paris and party arrived here this morning from Washington and took a steamer up the river to Rich count of Paris and party arrived here this after noon and were received by the com mittee General Fltz Hugh Lee The Joint Rate DES General Stone has filed a motion in the supreme court to have the Cedar Rap ids and Northern railroad joint rate recently decided adversely to the consti tutionality of she law by Judge and appealed by the considered at his which began In the regular course of business it would not be heard till January nor decided till next It is more than in view of this that the motion will be Fighting the most important case before Judge Line ban is the Stiue of Iowa Martin et for selling liquor dur ing the The defendant claims that the Iowa prohibitory law is and proposed to make a test case to see whether the law holds good without re This is the first case of the kind and Judge Linehans decision will be watched with Miss Lily DES classof twety four were admitted to the bar by the su preme court among them be ing one young Miss Lily Kostom who passed a remarkably good Miss Kostomlatslcy studied law in the office of State Senator of Belle She is the sec ond woman to be admitted by the su preme court and will at once besin prac ten The great attractions as the announcement that Nelson would go to beat AxtcIPs made over this track last After a warming up heat the great Maine stallion started to to beat the The first quarter was made in 32 seconds the half in threequarters after cheer went up as Nelson flashed under the wire in First for Navidad Mattie H Minnie Wiikes Alice Black fourth Second pacing race first heat B B had the Halpointer followed by Pickaway and The rider of Halpointer did not pursue his usual but scored his horse up strong in the determination to win the From wire to wire the Broncho and Pointer had it seesawing ail the and at no time did the dis tance of a neck seperate Never in the history ot harness contests did two such aninials fightit There was not a move of but what was checked by the The geldings went locked under the Pointer having it by a throat No need to hang out the time to the enthusiastic It was wild in the realization that the fastest race in harness had been Time by quarters The second heat was a repetition of the first with the exception that at the half Adonis broke and was The third heat was war with the time rounded out three of the fastest heats ever gone in Forty thousand dollars in pools were sold on this Halpointer sec Pickaway fourth Third unfin Veritas won first Mocking Bird second and third TEE BASE BALL The League and Players May Com NEW a vast amount of lobbying and scurrying to and fro through the hotels A G John Day and Byrne representing the National Wil liam Alien and Von Der Abe for the American Wendell Good win and Johnson of the Players constituting the conference com went into session this evenin and talked until after When the meeting was over all said the best of feeling Each committee hav ing snch widely separated interests it was difficult to do anything at this first Another will be held October and in the meantime no negotiation will be entered with any playersor Everybody here seems to look forward to a consolidation or compromise be tween the League and Players LIVING WITH HIS NECK Leonard Matthews Brings Suit to Kecover Damages from a impor tant lawsuit is being tried in the circuit court Leonard Matthews is suing the Chicago and Alton Railroad company for damages for receiving a dis location of the Last spring Mat who was a freight brakeman on the was riding on top of a high car and was struck by a bridge at Joliet and knocked The bridge was twentv feet high and the car was four feet higher than the standard It is claimed that Matthews neck was broken and death is liable to result at any time Matthews wears a riggiug of iron and making his head Eminent counsel are on both and the case is watched with great SPORTING now 1 cannot get enough to cat says one lady who formerly had no appetite but took Hoods Strikers Demands NEW of the Erie issued a circular m reply to a long list of demands made by the employes a few days ago for an increase of concessions on The demands of the men are refused and the reasons therefor set out at Ih1lliVi1kcs comfortable ma healthful asa Garland Stove and Pears soap Is the most pleasant toilet adjunct loxva CEUAU grand chapter of Iowa Royal Arch Masons is in session in this The past two or three days have been devoted to the school of Today was given over to the actual work of the grand All the grand officers are pres ent and nearly one hundred delegates from various portions of the A Veteran Man Special to The Peter Foster died suddenly last Ho was ninetysix years the hero of three and was the oldest member of the Grand Army in the United The DeepWater DES interstate deepwater harbor convention began its session here LOOKED LIKE A Conference Itetwcen tho Firemen and En Riucers Committee and Northwestern looked today as if a crisis had been reached in the con ference between tho engineers and fire mens committee and the Northwestern An advance had been conceded in the wages of tho engineers handling mogul but the request for aboli tion of the classification system met with a Another lone conference was held today and this afternoon Presi dent Hughftt assured the men a settle ment would be reached The objectionable classification system pro vides that after promotion to a position as shall be classed for a certain time as a third rate engineer and receive correspondingly lower From that grade he rises to tho second grade and after several years to the The men claim that during all the dull seasons the company takes advantage of the system and places sec ond and third class men on the thereby reducing wages thousands of dollars The subcommittee which Is holding a Is the su preme committee of firemen aud en gineers of the entire northwestern sys The Morris 1ark Mourns track was in miserable First and up one mile and a sixteenth Eon Raceland Salvini third Second three quarters of Annie Michael Lintriguante third Third Meade handicap for all one mile and quarter two Montague Lavinia sec ond Fourth stakes for two yearold six furlongs La Tosca Cantatrice Fireworks third Fifth stakes for three yearold one mile and a furlong Cancan Reclaire Druidess third Sixth furlongs Kinpstook Syracuse Mascott Filley third The Latonia track was First and one mile Weldon tip Consignee Parry Pullman third Second and up wards one mile and threesixteenths Business Hamlet DOr third Third stakes for two six furlongs Palestine Valera Sir Abner third Fourth maideu four furlongs Saxonette won Sara Mary Conroy time maiden four furlongs Lucille Mannette Boscdale third At Louis Columbus 7 Hancock County Special to The HawkEye WEST The Han cock county Sunday School convention began a two days session here this morn The attendance Is TinFlute Factory In a meetinS the TJ0 Keal Estate exchange yesterday a plan was set on foot for tho establishment of tin rolling mills and plating works here should tho mines in Dakota develop ac cording to expectations it is hoped to make Omaha the distributing center for the A committee was appointed to visit the mines in the Black stove for the people is othe on sale at Kaut Kricch Life The Arkansas General Powell Clayton was once dear to but the time has now come when I can take my ifem my hands with perfect reslgna and if I can only aucceed in defeat ing L will gladly die in tho Dont forgot Frank Daniels in Little dry goods and notions go to F 506 Jefferson The Kenort of tho Committee or Konsen Acrimonious Debate T Has to beShatOuTby the presi ond days meeting of the American board of commissioners of foreign missions be 3g gan this morning an increased The report of the commis sion of nine was perhaps the most imi portant report of the It was presented by He referred to the finances of the board and administration of and pronounced them in excellent condition He said that while there was much to congratu late themselves on there was something which gave the commission fears for the financial He showed that con tributions to theboard from the churches had not come as they shouldhave If they the receipts would have been vastly In speaking of the system of ascertain ing the qualifications of candidate for missionary he said the present system as to the candidates fitnessr should be He outlined f the proposed changes fn the second tibn of the Have you was to be changed according to the com mittees recommendations so as to give the candidates a fair These questions being so all applications for appointment shall be made as now to me corresponding secre taries of the Communications shall be presented forthwith to the prudential in case the committee desire further scrutiny in theological opinions of the This shall be had through an interview with the committee as a or if this be not with the in of At such the doors shall be open for the presence of any member of the board or personal friend of the The debate on this matter was a most animated Josheph Cook opened the attack on the paper and was replied to by Quint Then the venerable Thompson of for manv chairman of the prudential severely criticised the methods of the committee of nine and took exceptions to the report as reflecting against the secretaries and prudential Walker replied warmly that his com mittee had abundant ground for what views it had but had preferred to suppress since Thompson had precipitated the matters he would make it He then read series regarding a certain young lady student in Wcllesly college who were re jected as a missionary some years He read them to show that the rejection was most unfortunate aud improper and had effectually shut off Wel lesly college as a source of missionary The home secre then read a persona paper defending himself and the existing method and criticising severely the com mittee of Members of the com mittee and the debate had by this time grown so acrimonious that Storrs cut it After further talk the resolutions summarized above were adopted unanimously to the satis faction of all except the Noble of who accepted the protested against any approval of the report and presented a resolution to that effect which was adopted without particular Thus the curious result was presented of an action which seemsd to cast a doubt and reflection on the report of the committee of nine and its meth while adopting unanimously ail its practical Both sides seemed to have thc impression that they have won a glorious EXTRA SESSIOJT OF The President Said to Have Decided to Call One on Xovember NEW Washington special to the Jfatt antd It is on what should be good au that President Harrison will call an extra session of congress on Novem ber 11 to consider and pass the federal election The same authority tells me that before he left the city Senator Aldrich had an interview with the presi ana during that call President Har rison told the senator that he wanted the bill passed and before the second session and it was understood that the extra session would be There will be no trouble in passing the bill in the although the democrats will endeavor to talk it to death but should the extra session be called it will not last long and the federal election bill will be a law before it The news of an extry session Is so sur prising at this time that it seems hardly yet inquiry on the senate side of the capitol showed that it is al most an accepted fact and that preparations are being made for the con vening of the senate early after the No vember Several of the senatars clerks and a large number of the sena tors employes are here working with the idea of an extra but still there are many who will hot believe the although the authority for it is so It is known that the president has been strongly urged by republican leaders to call an extra and that delay in the matter has been occasioned by consideration of the new question of policy an aso ciated press representative informed President Harrison of the report current in the east that he contemplates special session of congress to consider the fed eral election bill the president said he was sorry he could give no expression on the as is would be improper becretary Halford insists that no such decision has been arrived Whether the subject had been under consideration or he would not IRON AND STEEL First Joint Session of the British unit American first ioint ses sion of the British Iron and Steel Insti tute and the American societies of neers and iron and steel manufacturers was held at Carnegie Hall this mornin Ihe time was spent in making speeches and reading after which an ad journment for dinner was This afternoon the visitors were taken to the Wildwood oil after which they visited the Wcstinghouse air brake works at and other industries along Monangahela and Allegheny Tonight a full dress reception was tendered them at the Duquesne A iltoody Is often the result or bad blood S owly dbtrlbutWits poisonTto every the the peril to andUfeeVen ii Burly symptoms are dull mid drowsy severe coated ton poor indigestion an lassitude Delay in treatment may i sinss o yolm by ushur Plerces Golden he nstorrt to thS The Discovery cascs oMbeaswfoSShlch money paiuTtartewHD Will Krect a Sister Cath erine Miss Kate Drexel is about to have erected great convent tersof Mercy In of tQ qualify teaching among the BeechanTs Hlla cure   

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