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   Burlington Hawk-Eye (Newspaper) - October 18, 1890, Burlington, Iowa                                7 P1 rai mama ti I liwmaai I I but there win Beginning to See Their Tbrt They Tuel raiai Jfew jgpjdil to The democrats j to realize that they started gn lie concerning the new effect on prices alto Their scheme was ful set furiously at work but they were In too big a time for a reaction has set So soon as ixed his signature to the vast hue and cry rose rlse in Prlues Tbe ritic oress all the country had IJTgwiiWtlieiiiaud they set up a i Tue eastern whose business of supplying i had been interfered with furnished all the ina wry lor inflammatory news ruslicd theD1 Tin frantic interviews declaring that from a steam engine to a Lsiii MS now going cost the itiro onhree and all on ac of this new republican tlieir the retail in all parts of the but more doubtful congressional urging them to put up their iunevorlhine regardless alike of la was of foreign or domestic LH whether it had come iu under the new This was d clever and for a week or ts it worked The o were nor in i tail adverse to making all the nil tie Many undoubtedly ined whst they were being thus Many were democrats and tre all Ibe more willing uj their customers and lay the to the republican into the trap that they were being used arry out i colossal political conspir rtatrickthe Prices did go Theres no doubt about aud iteit days it really looked as if the iKBts had done an effectual Itbe trouble was that they had over lid that old disturber of their Somehow pevercan think of him or be per ils to put him into tueir was around and close upon itels of the excited declarations of jcritic ree He sent out that he was still at the sad selling goods at the old prices I Italy to supply as big a tot as the country mctly the same old iteand trades spoke u p at once aud idtMicntlc bubble liepubli itothuiis arc now realizing that this foment about high prices was a mere trial and are advertising the ntes from Maine to The Hit manager put out their roor t too Cir I MEAT Traunrr Dciwrtuteiit ItiMiteM runr ou the The treasury inmeni lias issued a circular to cus officers 011 the subject of importa sofncatcaule in pursuance with the it inspection It suspends the Jnatlons of the customs ports and Bite mined as quarantined stations Ike secretary of By mot section twenty of the tariff bill upends the prohibition of importa tsat cattle intii the United States part of the the importation of such cattle fte subject and in accordance lit regulations prescribed by the Brjol agriculture of the quaran ol neat cattle airiving in Toiled liy virtue of ame the prohibition porwion of neat cattle for lid Central America is from those countries being at 01 free from contagious sol teat cattle from European coun il rtich the secretary of agrlcul aues contagious diseases of differ raii are known to more or prohibited unless the importer produce clearly showing the throughly disinfected prior Wog the foreign country and that free from infection of any Veteran Heatun David Is has but a few For the last few days Ins bis been such as to cause his although little has M aboul ilThe admiral has fe Mimmer place and has been In a feeble condition all the wng now nearly four score was deemed necessary to bring wthout further and ex Phillip of the Biotas attended the admiral for went on to New wought the distinguished naval Ihu fatigue and excitement iraroey his eondilion and when the here Wednesdey night the mucil Yes admiral was lous at his mind About noon n ou noon CitTBh won to remove a slight compli was I restlug ed aod a relaPse nav be b kfc The admiral Wok f About to t j an awack wbcb caused ired aud until re iily good Uoiinldered at To important was held today wCeM i pm II ls under American affairs were fc natter the ijinijjjjj General Barrundias i connection g gone over in deta11 mel are reticent as has been very ill with rheumatic Pointolrt ys was believed to be was out of bed ves he was THE PETEBS Leried the Defunct tional bank began attachment slu today against the Peters Salt and Lum her of Michigan which failed The attach ments were levied on surplus securities held by the Commercial National bank and American Exchange National banks of this The Union National claims be amply secured on the paper of the m which it The Commercial and American National both considerable of Peters paper but heir oflicers say they are secured by col iteral good for the amounts several lines The Continental National bank holds Of the failed firms paper Its oflicers say it is perfectly se cured by endorsements by solvent firms In addition to this there are large quan of Peters paper alloat in private muds in It is announced that sold his interest in Higbec eters Lumber company to Pardee Cook t Private advices received lere today from Manistee are to the fleet that the Mauistee bank and the Butlers Jt Peters Salt company will pull nit all Two or three public institutions will ind themselves very directly interested n the failure of Several ago it was announced that Peters lart given each to Oberlin col Olivet college and the Cougrcga ioual Theological seminary at Chicago iberlin has since built a large and ele raut building and christened it Peters It now turns out that these gifts are only on Peters having given lis notes for the sums There was a run on the Manistee Na ioual bank this which was jromptly The institution was pre pared for the emergency and is amply able to meet the going out ide of its own The excite nent here has this in speaking of the condition if the various firms iu which he is inter said the only ones likely to be eriously affected are Peters i of Menominee Arthur Meies uuiber and real and Peters it of Grand and one or wo southern These are likely to o WILL NOT K census bureau demand ot Mayor facts officially known to that the bureau will adhere EK ROUTEQR irtiirt MX oupreun clerk of tho supreme court Professor of he SmHhsoman institution Wool th of Omaha Frederick and flmi y personal friends of the deceased The funeral party will reach Keokuk to morrow 10 InteniHtioiial Brotherhood of Lo iimtlve Kugiiieerti Setttiuu Interna ional Brotherhood of Locomative En ineers resumed their session this morn The meeting was held with closed The morning session was taken p with the introduction of resolutions their reference to proper commit The officials of the organization tated this afternoon that the engineers not The grand oflicers be to confer with the officials of the federation and eport some method whereby the organ zations may if in con unction in case of The oflicers vill repon at the next TheChicapo Naturalization evening Nich las Sennott was brought before Commis ioner charged with subordia ion of Sennot has been in hurge with the democratic central com iiittee of naturalization He is harged with having induced John Mur ay and Callaghan to falsely take ut their naturalization He was eleased on David Lynch was also rrested and held in bail on the charge f fraudulent Sennots ase was called before Commissioner loyne today and was continued until The cases of Sueehan and previously were put n Van a candidate or state for whom a warrant was came into court this morning and signed bonds in a sum of The Brotherhood of con cntion of the Brotherhood of An rew today discussed the subject of In the Many elegates In bringing the ad rcsscs to a Father of Sew York said Brother Laymen krnt put on a religious dont put a white You want to be as free possible from any suspirion but that irk which is prompted by laving thrown off all semblance of lerical brethren must go Into the work with a hearty diffusing a horoiighly healthy religious An amendment tothe strik ng out the section In which Chicago is named as permanent headquarters was work la Peniinylvanian The popula ion of the state of Pennsylvania is an increase of or er Gratifying to The high position attained and the universal acceptance and approval of the pleasant liquid fruit remedy Syrup of ies as the most excellent laxative Illustrate tho value of the quali ties on which its success is based and are abundantly gratifying to the California ig Syrup Chief of Politie SEW body of Oie law Chief of Police Henessy lay In state at the city hall today and was viewed by thousands of funeral was largely attended and Canal street was lined by an immense crowd tteward catarrh which Uropped his home tms IUUIUIUB director of the First National tank was one of the receivers of the Beading Nervous poor m sexual t by Miles Samples free at Wittes drug hydrophobia at Swelling m the n are Twenty Children Badly Injured in at Oct i7At Uock this eht for the school the al mass it takes w fi ttu ages fn years were assembled but and and after look alter in tne They made a he effort to check the could not The and s I cd toward the the crv nt T by women that were The children that came the ones that were Injured tramped upon by those An alarm of Sire was sent and the quickly approaching engines with the rmgmgof bells made the panicstill worse In less than five minutes after the alarm was sent in over ten thousand people as sembled around the The quickly only i small damage being It will not jscced A patrol wagon arrived and he with the help of the lire de began to restore At irst they met with very little success It seemed as if everybody within a nile around was at the and the rowds were so dense that a passage onld only be made with the greatest of Some of the wounded were 84 Fry street re ported to have aged twelve Vade street has a gash six inches long in his fractured skull and internal probably Stanislaus 43 Emmet street ine years old internally Charles seven years old 20 lilackhawk slightly Michael seven years old 12i Samuel street now at will re Frank ten years old lives at iolt avenue now at Alexian Brothers Hospital will Frank eight years old adly injured about the Leon ten years old L ell place now a the Alcxian Brothers tospital will Martin eleven years old 9 Fry street now at the Alexian liroth rs in Cleaver lightly 49 Bradley ten years flesh torn completely from leg now t Frank badly injured now at Elizabeth Martin badly Stanislavii slightly Frank 114 Cleaver even years of age may A number of probably not less ban were more or less seriously Fire In a en ire plant of the CherryMorrow Manu acturing situated within the walls f the state burned o convicts are in that part of the and there was no The rigin of the fire is The osses aggregate Vlvlinn of SyracnM fol owing is a corrected list of the victims f the hotel fire Annie Commings and Lose servants William of New and iridget of Mary Joylc and Mary are nissing and it is supposed they HEAVY he Eaut aud North Kiven Wild null Brakeman Carried NEW before in be memory of the oldest mariner along be water front have the East and North ivers been so dangerous and it niun oclock this when the ide was about at its the river bout the battery and bay as far as the ye could see was as tierce and choppy as ny stormy sea ever seen along the he wind was blowing forty miles an our from the Only largest and staunchest vessels entured Later the wind moder At Scott a rakeman ou the Lackawanna while on the roof of a freight assing down Spurnear Getty was carried off by the wind and seriously The gale in the aided by a trong ebb caused a collision this fternoon between the big tug boat amcs Garfield and the freight boat ninos of the Stonington tcamship The Garfield went o the John Steel and John jjons were while seven other men on the tug were rescued by the turstows crew and crews of other aptain of the had n arm and jaw Advices received at Boston from arious points along the New England oast report the most violent gale of the season Several vessels are In precarious positions and considerable oss to shipping is A Steamer ship Liz ie C whose officers narrowly es being poisoned on the high seas by steward on a voyage from Philadelphia to as heretofore reported is uow earned to have been wrecked on the Is and of Loo while on the home ward and nearly all of the crew This news was receieved from ton ill IS today by cable to vessels igent It has caused much anxiety in hipping for her was accompanie by his wife and child These with other officers and members of the crew made a total num ber on board of l MOTMB SHOT A Terrible Trauedr at IKlto BELIE Bardwell and George two town of eighteen were fooling with a revolver Wednesday at The home of George when the which was In the hands of rTenree was accidentally dls striking the nToUierof the Bardwell in the heart Mrs Bardwell stepped to tneiporch and fell There were a number of per fe the house at the but no aid as death was nearly Mrs Bardwell is the mother of tnree all grown this boy being the u F Christian manager of Armour s S m5rketrwi5 arrested and placed un S bonds for disposing of oleomargarine firm in Two Harbon without pos The company m defend the caw on SATUBlfAY OCTOBER PRICE 15 CEHTS he federal govern ment is sufficient to cover the sale of the article anywhere in the United MBD1MR MAXirnuVS Death Oallowu Without Maxwell lortVseven minutes past ten this morning for the murder of Charles Decker on June He was the coolest man in the Last night 7 9herm some signsV trepidation at thetask before him Max well said Brace old you are much more terrllied about this thing than I He slept well and ate a hearty breakfast with apparent relish th s His spiritual advisers re ceived a severe shock this morning when they went in to administer tho last words of consolation to An enterprising reporter had been before He had assumed the guise of a minister with a y an but he for when the newspaper repre sentative began to question him as to his spiritual Maxwell threw oft the religious mask which he had hitherto worn and drove his visitor from him with a string of curses of the most sulphurous When the sheriff began to read the death warrant in a trembling Max well interrupted Stop that and let us get through with this thing as soon as possible His wish was complied wilh and he was at once conducted to the A brief prayer was the prisoner pinioned and the noose The sheriff asked him if he had anything to Hir reply was the complaint that the sheriff had put a window in a in which the execution took place so that the crowd outside could see The iherlff then cut the cord and the body In six minutes Maxwell was pro nounced Just before leaving his cell Maxwell handed the sheriff a big telling him that he might have killed himself half a times had he wanted One of HeuueNByB cousin of the prize who has been in the habit of going to a parish prison to see a friend incarcerated there for went there today and asked to see Antoipa one of the assassins of Chief of Police ostensibly for the purpose of identifying When the prisoner Duffy pulled out a pistol aud shot inflict ing a fatal Unlit Between Burilarn ami three oclock this morning a gang of robbers were de tected at work on a safe at Ohio An alarm was given and the citizens turned out to capture The rob bers opened fire and a battle dur ing which two of the citizens were seri ously and two slightly and one of the burglars He has not been The others A First Lieutenant Arreited for Gmbezxle Lieu tenant of the 17th United Statesin fan at Fort has been arrested charged witn embezzling belonging to his regimental of which he was He will be tried by court martial at San A CONFERENCE IS Western Railway are Fiimllj is to be a general conference of the managers of he Granger and southwestern This is the result of Tuesdays meeting called here by Chairman of the old Interstate Railway arly known as The Gentlemens Agree All of the important roads out west are to be Invited to have represent atives at this and there are assurances that most of them will re It is stated here that one of the most enthusiastic supporters of this new move s Jay The Atchison are known to be very greatly in favor of Much is hoped for as a One railway president who attended todays meeting said to the Journal of Finance correspondent There is no question about the certainty of success in our present We have in our favor Factors never before And you can depend upon it that the work now undertaken is going to be pushed vigor ously and Rates will be put up and they will be kept There is going to be less nonsense than there bas Incompetent and irrespon sible subordinates will be deprived of their demoralization The time Is rife for a and we all feel Chairman Walker is himself in good Important results of great he will speedily follow the conference which is to be The western roads will get he be right away and they will be run iiereafter to make money for their own On all sides there is a uniform expres sion among railway managers of a belief that finally plans have been determined upon which will amount to something in bringing about better times for the in terested Tbe proposed said one manager is worth a dividend on any companys entire capital A Deciftlon by Jndce CEDAR of the superior court today decided that the state prohibitory law was null and void so far as the sale of original packages was The decision was in a ease growing out of the seizure of beer brought from to be sold by the brewery agent last The beer was seized on complaint of The brewing com pany asked for an injunction against Abrams and also sought to replevin the goods already The defendant de murred that the writ of replevin would not do to recover beer in Judge Stone man holds that tbe Wilson bill is not retrospective in operation that tho Iowa law regarding the sale of liquors in original packages is null and He grants perpetual injunction to restrain Abrams from further interfering with the business of A prominent physician and old army surgeon in eastern Iowa was called away from home for a few days during his ab sence one of the children contracted a severe cold and his wife bought a bottle of Chamberlains Cough Remedy for They were so much pleased with the remedy that they afterwards used sev eral bottles at various He from his experience with he regarded it as the most reliable preparation in use for and that it came the nearest being a specific of any medicine he had ever Orlflaal Package Houea to in decision was ren dered in the United States circuit court In this city this morning that has dropped like a bombshell and created consterna tion among tbe friends of prohibition In in The decision In question allows the reopening of original package houses In this and in de clares that the Wilson bill enacted by congress does not restore the power of the Kansas prohibitory law as against original package The state gave notice of an appeal to the supreme Wlanlag Royal Aunt Virgie Reputation and Fannie At Dave Wil MtDoel and King ACID rMOHrMATB ilnaxM latailnit THET HATE German Socialists Erery where Hiss His KMfwnr WUIteaVi PcMltloaA Delegate Falls Dead at Halle While Par tlrlpatlac BKltlBc De William evinces deep Interest in the socialist con gress at and is reported to have said that the socialists must prove them selves worthy of liberty or they would again be deprived of Prince ou the other Is sasd to have de clared that the empire had admitted an enemy within its borders more danger ous than the The name of Bis marck is everywhere hissed by the soci The socialist workmens organi zation at Hamburg has issued a mani festo urging their comrades throughout Germany to support the emperors pro gramme of social Pell to the Floor its session to day the socialist congress discussed at length means for improving the position of the socialist The debate was acrimonious and and at times perfect pandemonium Herr one of the delegates from In the midst of an impas sioned during which he be came greatly fell to the floor Heart disease is supposed to have been the His sudden taking off caused a profound sensation and for a time cast a gloom over flie It has been determined by the Hamburg itroup of workmen who are followers of Ferdinand LaSalle to send forth a man ifesto to the German workmen urging them to cooperate in the carrying out f the governments social A reso lution was adopted at a meeting of Ber lin socialists last night demanding that the Halle socialist congress treat the members of the Berlin opposition with respect and protesting against their being called a Hair meeting of the aorthern conservative union was held at New Castle and was attended by our thousand Ainouz those present was chief secretary for who was given an enthusiastic A resolution was adopted by union welcoming Balfour and declar ng that his ability and untiring energy had saved the union between Great Brit ain and in a said the condition of Ireland was improv prosperity was and re spect for law though the oppo sition had been unable to disguise the satisfaction with which they regarded anything approaching failure of action of the The Paris correspond ent of the Times interviewed the Irish fugitives OBrien will go to America with her husband but wil lot Dillon expects to raise JOU iu America and expects a years im prisonment when he returns to tecllneN to Receive the Kgraned Kation Standards cor respondent from Rome states on Vatican authority that the pope would decline to receive Dillon and OBrien if they visit that A Terrible terrible tragedy occurred today at a su urb of this A builder named who at one time was but who lost his monev and is now heavily in attacked his wife and five children a hatchet and hacked their heads in a terrible Three of the chil dren have died from their and Fran Schaff and the remaining two chil dren are The murderer OllrleuN Anticipated says he relies for the support of hismission to on the Irish Roman Catholic archbishops of Chicago and and on the Irish American Catholic clergy in He also hopes for the sympathy of Cardinal The lioulangist Ln states it knows that Parneli is angry because of the llijrht of Dillon and but they emphatically deny there is any dissension in their A Papal papal encyclical to the Italian bishops strongly protests against the governments violating the iberty and rights of papacy and Catholi accuses Free Masons of reversing modern society and asks the prayers of the A General Strike on the has been ar ranged that a general strike of the em ployes of the tramway lines of this city will take place on The author tiles are taking precautions to prevent acts ol The Cholera the first two weeks of October four hundred and eighthsix cases of with two hun dred and fiftynine are reported in The epidemic shows a general Germany Another sultan has surrendered to Germany for four million marks his sovereign rights over that por tion of the East African coast leased to the German East Africa THE TBXAS FAIR OPENS Dallae In Holiday DU For the Texas state which opens here are The city is gaudily dressed in Major Burbauks battery will head the trades All the trades unions will be In There never was such a stock and horse show in the and in the mat ter of blooded horses and cattle Texas promises to hold its own against Ken Illinois and other states exhib ited All the remote section of the state where land can be had for 32 an acre are on They send in wheat rating thirty bushels to the sweet potatoes weighing over ten pounds and grapes and fruit of all Sections of factories will be in motion in all the leading industries of the An excursion train will ar rive in the morning with a large part of Boston some of whom have invested A very large attendance is looked for from Kansas and particularly from the former Thousands of those people have been settling la this where the home laws save the farms from mortgage and the state constitution forbids taxes to build The governors of Kansas and Colorado are expected next Wednesday and it Is hoped that the governor of Iowa will also find oppor tunity to visit a friendly The question has been In what respect are Patricks Pills better than any other Try You will find that they produce a pleasanter cathartic are more certain in their and that they not only bnt cleanse the whole system and regulate the liver and For sale at 25c per box by Cay waa LITTLE Sta the hotel man who entertained Brecklnridie at Center Conway where It Is alleged u attempt was Bade on the llfo of pnbUahM a letter in which he podtiTely denies the He say any reputable democrat of bis neighborhood will make affidavit that the story wholly The democrats are greatly worried over the exposure of the as It is con ceded that Breckluridge will lose caste among the liberal 1LWT10H BIT BOT18 NorelSall routed at novel suit and of interest to betters on elections has just been decided in the district At the general election In 188S Charles Combs put up a span of mules against a 8S25 given by James on Clevelands The note Was made out on the regulation payable when Cleveland was with inter est at eight per At the expiration of a year Combs sued for the The case was continued until this when the court held that the case was an election bet and declared the note null and THE RIVER LAND Prolwblllty that They Will Drag Aloag for Five Gen eral who has charge of the river land case for the is making every effort possible to have the appealed case advanced on the United su preme docket and has brought to assist the aid and influence of a number of congressmen from this and other states who have been Interested in the but as yet he has received no positive assurance of the advancement of the As the docket now stands it will probably take five years to reach if it comes up in regular order and it is Stones desire to have it advanced so as to have the ease taken up and decided In the course of a The task he has undertaken is one that is hardly ever successful and in this case It is hard to tell the result will Van ValkenhurgN funnral of the late John Van past supreme chancellor of the Knights f will occur Sunday October under the auspices of the Knights of assisted bv the Odd Telegrams of condolence are Doing received from all over the United Van Valkenburg is dan gerously recognizing neither family lor Howard of Dhio James of Indiana lleorgii of Wisconsin of Tennessee of and other prominent Pythians will be untiu Austin formerly chief justice of the supreme court of died at an early lour this morning after an illness of a to be cancer of the He was a native of and a graduate of Darmouth college in He was elected to that supreme court in and served twelve He was a man of literature and tooc much Interest in educational was for many years regent of the State Uni and for ten years professor of its law Petition fur a Writ of Habran LITTLE petition for a writ of habeas coriiux by Van vlelt was argued before Circuit Judge Caldwell this The argument was made by Judge of Des The who was con victed in the state court of Iowa and sen tenced to jail for violation of the state law in selling original packages After the passage in congress ol the Wil son claims his imprisonment is ille The attorney general of Iowa ha not yet arrived but is expected tomor The T State Convention Cloned DKS state con vention of the Iowa Womans Temper ance Union closed Wacy was elected recording Ovington Resolutions were adopted commending the original package and antilottery law pledging lid for the prohibition campaign in Ne The partisan branch meeting WAS attended by eightylive and elected of president corresponding secretary Mc recording secretary and Merchant ArreNtet for a notion dealer of this was arrested Wednesday on the charge of obtaining money under false The charge s made by Fleming insurance who say Harris gave them a note or and later ollered to buy it for They accepted the relin quished the note and received a cheek on the German Trust and Savings OH the representation of Harris that he lad funds in the whieh representa tion proved Ilinhop Gulden NEW reception in honor of the golden jubilee of bishop of was held in the Uink Clearmont ave this Nearly eight thousand people were Cardinal Arch bishop of New and others A pnrso of contributed by the was presented to the Congrengman lent Iu Hancock Special to Tbe man Gest delivered fine speecli acre today in the presence of a large many of whom came from neigh boring A Carthage band headed a good Gcst made a rood impression among tbe old ills speech touched upon several import ant political which he handled in a satisfactory The KlngtUher Capitol excitement over the discussion of the Kingfisher capital bill continued until one oclock this when the bill was allowed to be placed upon and was de feated by 12 to Today a motion to reconsider renewed the At eight oclock the discussion was still going and another all night exciting session fc in An Appeal for Cregier re a lengthy appeal signed by Samuel Johnston and Cum representing the towns of Green field and South They say the crops of Brown county have been a failure the past three years and that the people are absolutely without fuel or clothing and ask the mayor to appeal for aid In their The mayor will receive Keceptioa for republicans are making elaborate preparations for the reception of Tom Reed on the even Ing of when torches and band music may be looked On that even Ing Speaker Beed and Senator Cullom will hold forth In Battery D along with other republican The occasion is Intended to be a rally for republican state and legislative rL Ivatlon Oil seluj for only a Mviofr Tbe when w luu BCUK xor UIIIT st conu The and useful cough remedy In the world to Bulls Cough y conte Parta NEW Comte de Paris and suite arrived this morning The pany is highly delighted with the trip to the southern battlefields and the count Is enthusiastic over the receptions tendered him by the old No one who afford to be GRAND CHAPTER Last Days of a National Grand Eleetloa of Xatloaal aa4 Htate la the Kdllonhlp of the Evening The convention met yesterday morning at nine oclock and was called to order by Nannie president of the Grand De votional exercises were conducted by of In The Question Box brought out much matter of Interest and information to the A paper the subject What Preparation is KWessary to Be come a was read by a delegate from Music was fur nished by a delegate from Steps were then taken for the organ ization of a National Grand Chapter and resulted in the election of the following oflicers Effie Hoffman Alice Second Nannie What Third Vice rJlla Recording Jessie Corresponding Mary Helen Oflicers were then chosen for the Iowa Grand Chapter as follows Orlan Cen First Vice Second Vice Joe Recording Annie Corresponding Ella Ellen Bur The convention then proceeded to the election of an editor fur the Rrennl for the ensu ing The choice of the con vention was manifested in the re election of Ellie Hoffman of owing to circumstan declined the office and asked that those who supported her in the conven tion vote for Miss Mary of Os Iowa Miss Osmond was there upon She is one of the most brilliant newspaper writers in the state and is at present editor of the Osceola The Record under her manage ment will undoubtedly be kept up to its present excellent Miscellane ous business at the close of which the convention adjourned for din AFTKKNOOX Convention assembled at2 oclock when the unfinished business was taken up and disposed Miss Nora MNs of Missouri and Miss Iowa gave three beauti ful The committee on reso lutions submitted the following report the society and Grand Chapter desire to return our sincere thanks to Chapter A and citi zens of Burlingon for the hospitable manner in whiih we have been enter tained and for the cordial welcome we have also to the press for the many complimentary notices of our meet ings and to the gentlemen of the Com mercial Club and Odd Fellows Building Association for tendering us the use of their rrwms during the convention and also to the trustees of the First Method ist church in kindly opening their doors to us for our We wish to express our thanks to our Miss Lucia for her kindly generos ity in furnishinir us a delightful even ings entertainment and to everyone who has exteniled us courtesies liurinc our short We request that a copy of these resolutions be published in the Burlington papers aud the and that the same be recorded iu the ot the Grand Respectfully LOUISE A2TSA Mns IDA Tbe officers of the National anil Iowa Grand Chapter were then The reading of treasurers report and unfinished business were then taken up and disposed the clnsing ode was sung anil the eighth annual session of the Grand Chapter AKTKH THOrollTS OK TIIK Grand Chapter Presi presided with dignity and K herself and the Alice Grand Chapter President of is a woman of talent and anil nuule a host of friends within the The eighth annual convention was one of the most successful known in the his tory of the It was largely attended and intensely interesting in all Ellie of was elected treasurer of the Iowa Grand receiving all the votes of the This was a fitting compli ment to an estimable Chapter of Burlington deserves the many compliments bestowed upon In genuine aud womanly it cannot be and are not excelled by any The plans and preparations were well laid and well carried The committees all understood their duties and discharged them To their worthy presi Ellie belongs much credit for the success of the THE fiKASD One or aconrdlnv to your Women or wine youll have to Both are necessary to our And which to choose I really banlly know Rut If I had to give u casting For both Bides I could many reasons And then decide without great wronir to That It Is much better to have both than Thales and Pythagoras learned in the sanctuaries of Egypt that the earth re volved around the but did not at tempt to make this information for by so they would have hud to reveal one of the secrets of the Temple of the law of attraction and radia No one who attended the recep tion of the last night could possibly believe there ever existed a class of people so densely ignorant as to have no conception of the existence of this compound of Attraction and radiation Attraction for the the beautiful and the and oceans of in tellectual radiation from each of Crowds of bewitching throngs of bewildering and brilliant meteoric sparks from bright is lost in the dazzling splendor of the occa The rustle of silks behind leaving a delicate odor of rare the languid waving of the jeweled fan at the and the softly whispered com pliments of a served to stimu late the finer sensibilities of the multi and the absence of the stiff formal usually present at such was truly Under the supervision of Southwell and Misses the rooms of the Commercial club were gay with resplendant frag rant flowers and while the west profusely echoed the sweet retrain of the Boat club At the door ot the banquet hall the wen received OB the of a star representing joa and when ttefrand halliac sign of distress was duly and truly were permitted to enter and oT bountiful repast A of busy waiters served the tootbMCM and hundreds 8f persons fttt delicate compliment to the the nourishment set before tkM Shortly after 11 the board of trade rooms were thrown and Imperial Imported the Famed for the growth of pedhMH mtmfj Lone be thine import from all antjr And hock luelf be esteemed taaa the melodious strains set the many t ling feet in As a it was the most me j cessfui ever held in this city as a it deserves honorable aad as the consummation of a society aiott It elicited exclamations of from The ladies of the society la thiscity deserve much credit for their untiring devotion to the and the liberal manner In which they have i terrained their The ladies appreciate highly the gen erosity of the South Eighth street who furnished them cratis twentylive pounds of Chase and Sanborn coffee Tuesday and last fifty pounds in for their The excellence of the beverage was freely commented on by the of both And for the great kindness of of the union depot dining who loaned the society his silverware and furnished trained waiters for last nights tbe ladies are truly Jerome Bock dealt liberally with the in the matter of floral dec orations and so earned their especial while Gnahns tender of the big music box with tbe bells and castanette appliances for the dining room services of last and the mer chants who decorated in honor of thn irand Chapter meeting also come in for i share in the fair deleeates kindly re A CAMPAIGK OF Urewt SrlienieiOlT the to Carry the Correspondence or The DBS all overthe state the news comes the democratic party have concluded to at the very last endeavor to raise some excitement and the prejudice of the by publishing a day or so before election one f their oldfashioned campaign Everywhere they are privately and secretly trying to arouse the pre udice and baser passions of the j They seem convinced that a campaign j ought upon abstract a cam1 aign without or underI landed work means republican The democratic state central committee are now moving en masse against O iced and Although they keep up the appearance of a light in the first they have lost In the fifth they are conducting a still hunt and there is perhaps more danger in that district of tlieir success than in any of the others outside of the second in the From advices received from the dighth district Flicks majority can he placed at to Henderson in the third is sure of although his majority may not j reach the figures o two years Hull i and Hayes in the seventh will have tween and majority over gls and In the seventh i there is very certain indications i that the democratic bosses have spent considerable money among the latorinfr men trying to head a revolt against but one side of the viz thai they vote for cant be trans ferred and have them vote for Hargis and several urats are out the and several ward politiciantandother needy individualsare ahead the winters Owing to Chamberlains unpopularity and his reci ord with reference to the coupler bill he i will run from to behind his 1 TEE MANCHESTER KnthtmlaHtic VoloiMtl II Correspondence 01 The several days uf rainy yesterday dawned bright and clear and gave us a perfect Ac an early honr the city was deiorated with flags and The Henderson club of nearly two hundred went to the train at nine orloek to welcome the peaker of the The Henderson clubs of Earlvilie and Hopklntou led by the Cornet band of Hopkinton joined the ranks and escorted the speakers to the Our gallant Colonel Henderson then held a reception J when several hundred pressed forward to 4 grasp him by the hand aud wish him suc cess and speed in manly and impartial course whieh he has per sued for the benefit of all persons in this district regardless of At two oclock the mass of people to the number of several thousands assembled at the Central opera house when the Wisconsin orator LaFolIeue held them for more than two hours with unabated He spoke principally V regarding the MnKinlry tariff Hav ing been a member of the committee in maturing this measure lie was perfectly it home in discussing and explained ind defended the actionof the committee in fixing a high tariff on many of the articles of production and manufacture which are of vital interest to the agri cultural districts of our His logic was simple aud easily His arguments were convincing aud un Although a man small of mentally he is a His strong arguments brought forth ex pressions of approval by frequent ap Truly may Wisconsin be proud of her son and his district should return him to congress by a largely increased After some excellent music by the glee our o whom this district feels proud tohonorand who will again be sent back to Washington by an increased occupied only a few minutes when the people dispersed and assembled again in the evening and listened to the conclusion of Hender sons strong oratorical and convincing He shows by his good port that he is a conscientious i servant of the of then followed with convincing argu 3 ments which ought to satisfy a way faring man though a fool that the re publican party is on the right track and that the measures It advocates are for the best interest of the C The record of the past twentylive years ought to decide all who would be loyal citizens which Is the safest party to fl Altogether this day has been a grand rally of loyal citizens and they go home feeling it ban done them good to be 4 Our best report from here will ba Sj on November Sg Telecraphle Uriekk The Haytian was run into and sunk by a merchant V near Cape i 3 John Van of defeated Mickey of in a rattling otghteenroand light at yesterday Ed was hanged terday at for murder of John a white Albert formerly a Ian clergymen of New tenced to Bve years day for abducting fifteenyearold At supreme court in the of one of the heirs of MilT of Iroa the district court were rowf day ind the court took the i liftuEssKifi   

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