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   Burlington Hawk-Eye (Newspaper) - October 21, 1890, Burlington, Iowa                                rL 5 U HLIN GrTON THE 5 Universally Commend the Encouraccd hy the to The ue western states of jhic character are pour headquarters iu They a lel1 practically the Uiat as the new tariff comes farnlors realize generally and vastly to their rfhe schedules and the to binding twine are Much is ihc largely increased duties im foreign agricultural products rle abolition of the sugar of the new a the matter law rcducps llis directions and increases his all directions It is Sirswifting to the committee hopeful letters come from just of the country to which rats nave imputed discontent At no time since uim began has the committee I 8ore than wo of dan npuulican These scats which the demo Cne arranged to steal outright by oies in the south and gerry law It of the arithmetic farmer is Baiting TUESDAY OCTOBER PRICE 15 CENTS PER of the United States they further sav know perfectly well that the noonle whom they represent have adundanco nf the necessaries of They know by imposing heavy duties upon the factored goods of Europe that they faor the development of their own industries compel welltodo classes to pay direct taxes and have no cause to teaEuro pean because such reprisals would have to apply to meats which very arti clesthose natiousabsolutelyrequire Tho United States care but little for reci procity with Europe for they know Fur ope has need of and they will grant it or refuse It as may suit their own interests they care a great deal for reciprocity with the nations of Attention Is called to the fact that Brazil is preparing to secure the market of the United States for its The manner in which Brazil wrested from Cuba the palm of being the chief coffee producer is alluded to and a warning is that the same thing may happen in regard to The letter closes with an expression of hope that the gravity of these econimical problems in the antilles will receive the attention they deserve and with apprehension well founded the writers think that Cuban especially may be unable to compete in the North Amer ican market with that of the other sugar producing A SAD other and by the McKinly H on evident that if the of the couutrv could be D these democratic methods couid to examine the new tariff would avail to prevent the r a repuliliran These ob bran secured and largely as I of democratic When the Cropped out of ilicir conspiracy a general rise uf the baian to see thai a colossal fraud dm perpetrated under cover of and they began to study j or The republican icertained that that con its origin in the democratic committees headquarters flatittas recently stimulated by a I circular nut of ihe democratic committees in ail the doubtful fts Its failure was to the fact letoncst manufacturers aud re ifc merchants nf tincountry could drawn into what was sheer In causiuc a jriimra scru Ithv JIcKlnhV tbrepublican party most cffect The farmer observed in the tirst a thousand pounds of which lately cost him and under the demo jlills bill would have cost him he now pays only seven This substantial reduction in lern farmers expense is likely to him insensible to democratic the repuhlican party should be JfiAed because it 1ms increased1 the IKon rich velvets the repeal of the sugar duties an saving to the expense of every hold in tlii land is cflVcted of tents on every pound of sugar This is a saving to the of seventy miUors of dullars per Tinrevision of the wool s directly caused by the de ued fact tiiat our farmers required Tlif clieap wools of Aus aud the river Ilatte country were iriviii2 our growers to the thforficn shut oui md our compelled depend on farm for their raw ma was clear a general iu venzc iiicrcusy lf about one per Already tiie beue ice of this act is to be I Knnew mills iiave been arranged by crcater demand fur the farmers and civinp work to thousands ersra who woulil otherwise be raliuo agriculture for a means of In iddniot lo those pro sopreatly iujurinc the V to remembered that one of the M purposes of the McKinley bill is kt on foreign agricultural iildnot be puuine it nm strongly to feat the republican majority on tlic sand means cumniittei accepted as the farmers own statement of ausosof their depressed condition ittepted as wise their own proposed djThe agricultural schedules were 5 up accordinc the requests of and their de li ttai i hey be enabled to Ihchomc market was fully and ly acupdid The two hundred millions nf dollars worth of wdfarm products which camo inu tturitry last year will now stay at the American farmer will be the home markets most ex W The republican I rely on the fact that the Me bill is a farmers bill iu every sec B in every linn and that noagri I oJlist cat examine its provisions I jjpnt voting to return a republicai BESPECT FOR llFMilulinns Appointed by Hie Supreme Cunrl was a sof tli tar of the supreme court is loday for the pur the esteem in which Miller was hold bv the attorneys gnctlccd before the V Architect of Commits one of the best known architects in this city and for vears supervising architect of the treasury shot and killed himself this evening at his resi He had been in poor health for a long suffering from rheumatical and other but it is thought financial trouble was the chief cause of his surgeon in charge of the Columbia who for many years has been Mullens family physi made a statement of the circum stances of the substantially as follows About five oclock he called at the house to see who was slightly After prescribing for the doctor took his leave and went to his just across the lie had been there but a short time when the son of came running over and asked him to come to the house He hurried back in response to the sum mons and found Mnilett lying across the bed in his sleeping apartment and par liallv Hcwas unconscious and bleeding The doctor made a hasty examination and found the blood came from a wound about two inches above the right The dying man gave three or four gasps and expired within seven minutes af ter the wound had been When the doctor first entered tho room he found Mullett lying by ine side of the body of her wounded husband weeping bitterly with her arms thrown around his The doctor removed her gently from the room and then gave his attention to her Later in in the evening the coroner was sum moned and after an examination of the body gave a verdict of death from sui due to Mullett was filtysix years old and very well He designed many of the public buildings that have been erected in dif ferent MADISON Congressmen Gear and Horr Meet With a Big GearTalka to H Jam In the Even of John Vim YalkenUurgstate KewB Special to The HawkBye T John Gear was accorded a perfect ovation tonight and spoke for fully two hours on the tariff and kindred political topics to a crowd that jammed the hall to He wassomewhat hoarse from continuous speaking but his argu ments were none the less telling and the incessant bursts of applause from his listners told of the good impressions be ing of ad dressed a large crowd here this after noon on the political The weather was superb and throngs of people came in from all directions to hear the noted Ilorr was at his best and got the crowd fairly wild with cheers and laughter at his witty and well put At the mention of Gears name the entire assemblage arose and cheered No democrat at tempted to question him although every opportunity was But knowing the ready wit and invincible repartee of the speaker no democrat chose to run any risk m that The day has been a great one for re publican principles and the cause of Gear has been wonderfully He will be back to congress with a majority that will astonish even the most sanguine republi in the funeral there being delegations from Mount and neighbor ing of grand master of the Odd Fellows of conducted the services assisted by noted A LOVE Klmer Oliver Kills lie cause Wonld Not Marry ISpecial to The ter rible love tragedy has befen enacted in Iowa by which two estimable young people are tonight in the care of the undertak Elmer a young man of twen tyone years came to this city from Kan His appearance showed that he had been drinking to He hired i a livery team and drove to the little town of some twelve miles south lie immediately went to the farm house of Tuttle and requested to sac his with whom he was in After the two had conversed for a few minutes the young man asked the girl to marry She sayingshe was too Oliver then pulled a revol ver and shot the girl through the temples causing instant He turned the weapon upon himself and fired a ball through his head iu exactly the same place he shot the He died thisj The young man formerly lived in where his mother now I A CRIPPLES CAUSED MUCH at Waverjy Over Political and Oilier Correspondence of The sur prise is expressed by very many of Kremer countys people at the late de cision of the supreme court in the Uillings murder It was believed by about all here that it was impossible to free but such being the case great surprise is expressed and uiauy still condemn It is thought not possible by many that so good and so highly respected a man as CouutvAttorney Kingslev would commit It is not known whether Billing will return but it is be Her Aliened lietrayer Krujji Colorado by the Early last February Lena Tawe suddenly lost her reason and was sent to the Pleasant insane She was apparently in great physical distress at the time and died two days after her in Physicians who attended her in her first illness attributed her sufferings to the effects of a dangerous doubtless with criminal Suspicion pointed strongly to Ole Heng as her but he left the conn try before any steps could be taken to investigate the Last week the dead girls sister who has been HOPE FOR AMERICAN It is Believed That France Will Re more the Prohibitory Hume Inspection Responsible Tor Gladstone on Way to Scotland at New eral Foreign a cripple all her learned that IOWA Made in Iowa for Week KlldillK October Special to The following ostoffice changes were made in Iowa luring the week ending October IS Postmasters Adams Harlow Kossuth GENERAL WASHINGTON Elizabeth Cady Name Pro posed for local wage workers political alliance has presented a petition to President Harrison requcst him to present the name of Elizabeth Cadv Stanton to the senate of the United States as associate justice in place nf popula tion of the state of Wisconsin as correc is an increase of state of increase MerchaiitK comptrol ler of the currency today authorized the Merchants National bank of to extend its corporate to Waverly to live or licved he will Politics is waxing warm and repub licans are to the front and are confident that IX Henderson will exceed one thousand majority in dis trict and will igain bo returned to con we all hope and feel sure that so groat and good a man tiear will bo again returned to congress by the good people of your One of the greatest political meetings of the campaign will be held at Waterloo on next October by the re publicans of this and everything is being done to make it a grand Speaker Dolliver and other noted speakers will address the meeting and a grand jubilee and success will be Excursion train will be run to Waterloo from all points within miles of there and a great gathering it will It has been arranged to run a special excursion train from Waver ly and at least five hun dred of our citizens will go with our baud and appropriate trimmed up in line Such a meet ing as this will be will waxstrong for Henderson and our glorious republi cau party iu this and adjoining The weather for the past week or more has been very favorable fall The fore part of this week and the lather part of last we had heavy and since last Wednesday it has been partly clear and Fall pastures are find and farmers are already in good shape for Hog cholera is creating some alarm among our farmers just Quite a number of fat hogs have died lately throughout our county and various remedies are being used to prevent any more of Ship ments of horses and sheep have been quite heavy from Waverly this especially Corn is too high to GREAT Ilcngwasiu Denver and had a war rant issued for his arrest for se ducing The sheriff proceeded to found his man and returned here with Being arraigned he waived examination and was held to the grand Full investigation will now be made and developments are expected thai will prove him not only guilty of seduction but of THE JURY HELD THE This had been indignantly Miss Uooth was worth not less than 000 In her own was well educated and U is claimed by the brother of the dead man that Miss Booth killed she holding the weapon while Price was endeavoring to hold her The course of the how shows that she could not have fired the shot which caused her RAILROAD rmiKujil ProcGBH uf an lotra Coroner in u Serious Kailroad passenger train on the Keokuk and Western rail way struck a wagon at a road crossing uearCentreville Three Isaac his wife and were in stantly The coroners jury had the train held while the testimoney of tho train crew and passengers were The jury returned a verdict exornerating tho company from all TWO CHILDREN They Overturn a Stove While at Play anil Keeelve Fatal children of Nicholas aged respectively two and three and a half were fatally scalded last They were playing about a stove on which sat a large pan of boiling when they overturned the the water pouring over One of them lived a few the died this excitment over the passage of the Mcfvinloy bill is gradually as the public is beginning to at least so far as France is that quences will not be very The leading French products which whiil bo affected are wool and chain Although France has not been officially communicative with the United States on the Minister Reid has had several conversations with the minister of foreign and other mem bers of Reed is convinced that tho govern ment sincerly desired to abolish the pro hibition against the Importation of American pork a soon sis a convenient opportunity could be unfor the public opinion aroused by the Now that the American government has ordered the inpection of all pork previous to its he is of the the rescinding of the prohibition will be an event of the near As thisr if it will have been mainly brought about by Minister Reeds it is hope that if he Is returned he will be able to secure for French exporters certain concessions regarding the duties on wine and works of In the French Chamber of minister of introduced in the chamber of deputies today a general customs tariff It is the minimum and maximum bill which has already been mentioned in these Replying to an undersecrctary for denied that war wasdeclared against The object of the expedition wae simply to defend French subjects In The order of the day approving the course of the govern ment was a Bou up the Bonlangist ques tion by demanding that legal action be taken againt the Boulangists to throw light upon tho recent charges against Minister Constans replied that the high court of justice and nearly the whole of France had already condemned Boulanger and it was needless for the government to prosecute him unless new attempts were Xo Jtlvalrles Itetweeii Irish an interview to day William OBrien declared he at tached no importance to the reports of rivalry between Irish societies in the United Such reports lie said were always set afloat on the eve of the departure an Irish mission to that The members of the inission did not intend to interfere with indi vidual They were going as a delegate of Parnell and the whole Irish OBrien said he was confident they would receive the support of Irish men in America and the sympathy of the entire American The AliKtionrl HlKl ArlcailNHM Division of a and Arkansas division of tho Ar kansas and Texas commonly known as the Cotton extending from Birds opposite to was sold at auction It was pur chased by the reorganization General Lewis presidlnt of the former company being the for The Texas division is to be sold under a at Waco Xeir lUliioItt Central Is EW to the policy adopted a year ago of establishing the presidents office and domicile in Chi cago and of electing additional directors resident iu the management of the Illinois Central Railroad company to day at a meeting effected a new organi zation as follows President vice presi to act in the absence or disability of the president and to take charge of treasury1 and accounting departments second vice In charge of the operating and traffic departments gen eral counselor and genera solicitor in charge of the legal The following officers were reelected Presi Stuyvant Fish general counsel Ayer general James Fon tress Henry DeWolf secre Alexander John of who for hfteeu years has been at the head of the ac counting was elected vice at present general manager of the New Orleans and Texas was elected second vice THE DCiniQrE AND SIOCX niTV KLEC At a meeting of the directors of the Dubmiuo and Sioux City railroad laterjn the day Harriman was elected in place of re the other officers being vice pres Woodruff Henry DeWolf PASTE IRIS IN YODR The Republican Majority in the Next House Will be Smith StakeN flirt Reputation nu the Vacant Who Will Succeed Washington A fasseaijer To peka and Santa Fe will begin running through trains between Chicago and Louis in connection with Southeastern and Louis and Kansas City about the middle of Novem All arrangements are crossed over toto Colorado from killing the sheep and cattle belonging to the ranchmen In Route Tho governor at once telegraphed Secretary asking him to take steps the Indians driven ARRANGIHB THE MANY INDIANS Keil VfiU liuoin Heeds Waterloo Special to The Young Mens Republican club have arranged to attend Tom Reeds meeting at Waterloo iu a They have chartered a spe cial train and will have a big They will take a band and a cannon on a flat car and boom things on the Maqnoketas The president today signed the commission of Trump as postmaster at Maquo Iowa A tliiT Jtlow for the States Express company has issued per emptory orders to all agents not to re ceive tickets or lists of drawings from the Louisiana Lottery company or in any way to assist iu the transportation of lottery ratifjinc to The high position attained and the iniversal acceptance and approval of the peasant liquid fruit remedy Syrup of Il the most excellent laxative siKen eloctod chairman and James any A committee untcd to prepare resolutions uive of the service of ftw tlle then adjourned wember the resolutions li is expected that a 11 iileiidunce of lawyers through Ofl had The noon but being without a The Brewer had not rom wh ere attend their colleagues illustrate the value of the quali ties on which its success is based and are abundantly gratifying to the California Fig Syrup Governor Hill the 20Govcrmr Hill left here today for Cleveland 10 speak at different places in that state on the democratic When the governor has finished his engagement in that state he will go to West irgmia on a similar Noii1artiitaii Campbell sent a special message to the legislature this afternoon the passage of a for a board of improvements for and that appointing power be placed in the hands of the Kock Inland Arsenal Investigated as to the Location of all Ordinance Special to The the commissioners appointed by the war department to inspect San Francisco and Eock Island arsenals and other mili tary posts in the country with a view to the making of a report upon the advisa bility of establishing a mammoth gun foundry and factory at one or more of them for the manufacture of the modern high power ordnance with which our coasts and vessels are to be armed and were here and inspected this Tho commission comprised of the corps of OD Rineers Henry the Fourth and A com mandant at Springfield Massa and of the ordnance The latter is one of the men who accompanied Powell when he made his world famous explorations of the canons of Colorado river in and Buflingten is a prominent candidate for the position of chief of and the inventor of the Buflington rifle sight on use on the small arms of the The commissioners were received by Whittemorc at the arsenal this later in the day were waited upon bv a delegation of the business men at Rock Island and nd a full and comprehensive statement r the advantages possessed by this place or the purpose mentioned was made by udge Nathaniel French of this on chalf of the After this the ntire party to the number of over ere driven to the rooms of the Daven ort Business Mens where a plcndid banquet was The ar umeuts in favor of tho location of a lillion dollar gun factory at this place re very strong but the result of the In The National Christian Special to THE DKS Delegates to the national Christian convention are arriving in large It is ex pected that fully one thousand will be here by All the sessions will be held in the new Christian costing which was dedicated OricinalPiickuceSalooUB Still DES The saloonmen of this city and state are greatly interes ted in tho decision rendered by the Kansa Tno Spies Petite Journal announces the arrest at Belfort barracks of one of the guard named Dietrich and his who are charged with being German Phjns of the fortifica tions were found in Dietrichs It is believed they were in collusion with a Hanoverian spy named Stahl In divulging French army secrets to the German gov CHEERS FOR circuit court throwing open the original package houses in that Those in terviewed here were unanimous iu the declaration that they awaited thedicision of the case now being tried in the Arkan sas circuit court to decide whether or not they would Another Victim of the Syracuse Mary Ty a one of the victims of the Iceland died at the hospital this Greet Crowds Welcome Him on His Way to Gladstone will be accompanied by his wife throughout his tour of They left Liver pool this Four hun i red persons gathered at the railway station at Glad stone was heartily The crowd shouted that they did not want him to make a speecli butwanted him to reserve his voice in order to be able to speak in Midlothian and demolish the made a in which he said that Midlothian knew what to do of Nothing was left for him to do in that At Preston hundreds of persons gath ered at the station to Welcome Glad When Carlisle was a crowd numbering fifteen hundred per sons was found waiting the coming of the Gladstone delivered an address In the course of his re marks he said he had no fear for Scot and hoped that England would do as well in the home rule movement as the people of tho former When Gladstone reached Edinburgh he was received by a largo number of Scotch There was a large crowd at the railway station and he was given an Pitiful Plight of Messiah skins In South A physician living at Fort Pierre yesterday returned from a visit to a band of Indians twenty five miles from whither he was summoned by a squaw who in formed him the entire band of two hun dred would die oil unless something was dome for Thirteen of them were already dead and many were down with mountain These redskins have been realizing the new Messiah craze by fasting and executing ghost dances with out stint for two months until they are helpless and have brought on the RACE WAR IN HANCOCK Three Little DarkieH Expelled from School Trial will Special to The The little red school house in district Dur ham was the scene of some lit tle excitement one day The a negro as in Henderson has been sending his three little darky children to school at The directors of on the ground that Tolliver lived in Henderson county ordered the Miss Delia to forbid the little darkies attendance from the This she dismissing them in a firm but kindly Tolliver has brought suit against Miss stone for expelling his children on the ground of color and the case will be tried at Dallas City next Tolliver has figured in the courts on one or two occasions pre viously but the fact will have little to do with ascertaining his rights in the pres ent SINS AND of The republi can majority in the next house of repre sentatives will be exactly The reader will please either paste this state ment in his or hammer it deeplv into his The republican majority will be exactly That Is not a but a statement of ascer tained You will after all the ballots are that the result is un erringly stated Three months in common with many other repub 1 was willing to concede the next house to the democrats by about twenty Today the conditions as so changed that I state as a mat ter of belief and ascertained that the republican majority In the next house will be exactly There hasnt a member of gress In this city for the past ten excepting the members from Maine who have already been Congressman of called to see General Clarkson on Thurs day and stated that he expects to be reelected by not less than eight thousand majority and to have all votes counted as He is receiv ing assistance from the congressional as well as from the national Information of a reliable na ture from South Carolina shows that the negroes in that state will be permitted to vote and have their votes counted this The democratic party has split in and each faction will bring out negroes to vote for In this man ner the unfranchised freedraen become at last a protected factor In southern While the political caldron is seeth ing all over the it is lifeless in this The thousands of office holders are but they say noth Some of them have contributed to the campaign expenses of their home but they have done so in fear and trembling because the civil service law makes cowards of them and almost deprives them of their Two weeks hence the fates of many men will be settled by the Two weeks hence many men will be riding u pon nf the wave of swinging and tossing aloft the flag of many men will be sinking beneath the glowering waters of shattered ruined The men who are candidates for congressional honors for ths first time will The men who are candidates for reelection and are rejected by their constituencies will have the greatest for lamen There is little money in an hon est congressional career yet there is a glamor about it once is There is a vacant chair in the circle occupied by the chief justice and asso ciate justices in the supreme court For twentyeight years Samuel Miller has occupied thaIi chair and until the day of his death he was constantly on Within an hour of the time when the fatal stroke came to Justice Miller was well and strong and actively engaged in the work of the His life was lull of kind gentle words and paternal counsels for his young friends and they were a The question of the hour who shall succeed to this important There seems to be a settled conviction that Attorney General of will receive the In that event General of West might be made attorney general or Sec retary Noble might be made attorney In the latter eventGeneral Meeting of the Columbian lit todays meet Ing of the executive committee of the worlds fair national of offered a resolution which he asked referred to the conference com mittee of the commission and the local directory directing that com mittee to consider the advisability of appointinga joint conference committee of tbe two bodies to act per manently with relation to the subjects in which both bodies If this proposition Is adopted it will result in the creation of a body representing both boards which would probably be In almost continuous in this city and would exercise a supervis ion over all practical administration of the exposition The director general submitted a report urging the adoption of a system of bureaus for the administration of the work of the expo He announced the appointment of Gen Armstrong as his assistant tfr be sent to different states to assist in organizationThe subcom mitteepf the committee onciasslficatioa submitted a report reviewing the entire workofthe committee and making an estimate of the number of acres of Jloor space and uncovered ground required for the various displays as follows xVgricui tural fifteen acres horticultural live without outside space live one hundred no estimate of buildings two acres mineral five machinery twentv transportation be sides open space electrical four manufacturers twenty fine arts The space to be covered by federal buildings and those of foreign and state governments and special and private exhibitors are not included in these Pro fessor Blakes report gave a system of classification substantially the same as that tentatively adopted a fortnight except that he proposes a separate de partment for wajS also a separate department entitled ologv and the progress of labor and in The matter of a separate de partment for music and he leaves for the commission The appointment of the commission to formulate amendments to the citys charter and municipal code required by the exigencies growing out of the worlds fair project was recommended to city council tonight by Mayor Creaier iu a special The charter and code at present limit the citys power to create indebtedness so that according to the mayor many important measures are ob One of the measures he named is to put subways in principal street reach ing from curb to in which should be placed all citys work and the balance of the space to be besides accommo dasina the public heating and electric lighting both for street and house and also a sytem of pneu matic tubes for mail and other with possibly ducts for A scru pulously street cleaning and garbage removal is another matter men Cattle anil Hennepin From the Moline The method that Cable especially the one that he have adopted of attacking the Hennepin canai under the pretense of objecting to the is altogether too transparent to deceive the That they knew what the bill was from the beginning is very for no sooner did it pass of would become secre tary of the first of it seems generally conceded that the presi dent will give the vacant associate justiceship to his friend and the present attorney SMITH GOVERNOR CAMPBELLS 1 DorumentK Bvcvived at Wanh from rTOived a copy of the lh recently taken chamber of commerce at reference IVorldV uesiion ol The which was transmitted to the muster of the colonies was oy a letter from the presi ne which shows the sentiment favorable relations with the United ine statement was sent to the to a message from lor suggestions as to any desired in Cuban the regular iiicuuiin he Congregatipnol in this city today a special committee reported which was adopted declaring against any opening of the worlds fair on Peak or MAXITOU irst locomotive of the ManiWu eak CogWheel railway reached tbe oJ Pikes Peak Sunday noon Oc tober and the last spike was driven in mt The s by c Proceeded by a act of because that rTrable obstacles to the commerce of lsPensable to the cul ns u 1s l the wrltcr et Ior Cuban E Jorts lic at s cry ti erof they the regulator of as England The law makers The this urcd by Mile cured oy drug The Uaiiisee Was last night in the Western For scrofula in every form Hoods S rillulsa reliable n unequalled record of A in the dry goods cstaulisumeni on Broadway and caused a damage 01 less Henry1 Three Hunters Abijah his son and a man named all white are be lieved to have been drowned while shoot ing Their dory came ashore here Two Men Killed by an The boiler of a shifting engine at the Eliza near this exploded killing Engineer Flatly and Fireman and injuring two iry estigation will not be known for some line to The resultant advantages vill accrue to the entire Mississippi alley as well as to the cities at this The commissioners leave tonight or A Steamlinut Poirr steamer Annie of the Lake Huron Transit took fire and burned to the waters edge off Lexington this The steamer Smith went to her rescue and took thirteen of her crew off and brought them Eight of the crew A Receiver iu the Sangamon circuit Judge Creighton appointed vice president and general solicitor of the Alton and Springfield re on the application of Johnston to whom the railroad company is indebted for and who claim the railroad com pany Is The action is the re sult of differences among the stock Kennedy at Special to The MOIXES Robert p of held tho largest political meeting of the campaign in Polk county here this The Onera house was oncer In inaoducing Ken Conger opald tribute w the can partys record and lowas foremost Kennedy made a speech and was frequently ap manner that carried conviction to his Special to The Tivs 20 ten oclock Dts mthe Map e il mine east of this Ncls his back broken by the falling of JTnTT la T r funeral services over the remains of John TT past supreme chancel J5n TfeCws and Knights of Pythias were It Stands There are many blood medicines but only that is Imckcfl up by its nmnulnc with a certiilcnto of that one is Plerces Golden Jlelicat Dis covery which IP tmrrnnca to bcnctlt or cure in all diseases for which It or moncv paid for It will be promptly It cures all scalp ani scrofulous affec sores and tetter and kindred ailments Favors Unrestricted Sir Eiehard Cartwright discussed the trade relations between Canada and the United States before a large audience He declared the policy of the dominion gov ernment in this matter vacillating and purile and strongly pronounced himself in favor of unrestricted reciprocity with the United States This would be im mensely advantageous to the people of nervous nervous cured by Miles Samples free at Wittcs drug George Baker Bosrov Oct George M the wellknown writer of plays is which contain Morley at New addressed his constituents in Newcastle this even He said Balfotirs arguments in his recent speeches were mainly misrepre Ho reminded Balfour that the disturbance the arrears bill and the tramways bill were all due to the Parnellito suggestions and the land bill j of 1SS7 was drafted on the basis of which Parnell was responsible for the exceptional coercive government and he ought to supervise it on the Merely adhered to his previous assertion that the police had used excessive force in It was no bodily which Balfour said sticking plaster would but the sting of insnlt which inflamed the Such super cilious talk showed that Balfour was unfit to A Scotch trial of Stephen alias Stephen the Amer who was charged with stealing jewels belonging to duke of on May resulted in the Scotch ver dict of A Explorer Sir Richard Francis well known for his ex plorations in Africa and other died A Uark and Cruir Spanish bark Villa Llanes with a crew of twelve men from Liverpool for Lagnn has been lost in a gale off Ormes Recognized the press associa tion states that the British foreign office has formally recognized the Brazilian Captain ISuctoii Burton died early this His body wai sent to Ueath Settlea a Special to The HawfcEycJ fatal accident has settled a dispute of long standing be tween two families of this The little grandson of Cacheux was kicked by a horse on Satur day night and physicians pronounced the fracture of the skull Old man Cachenx offered a splendid farm to any physician would save the childs but it died this Old man Cacheux has had custody of his grandson for some but the relatives of the have endeavored to gain possession of the child and on one occasion made an attempt to obtain the little fellow on the streets of which nearly culminated in The grief of the aged grand sire at the boys death is most A Train Kohber BELLE the men who robbed the express car n the Sandusky train a few weeks ago ear Tiffin has been The sus ect is of ormerly night operator on the Cincin Sandtisky and Cleveland le came to Belle Fontaine a few days go and his suspicious actions there auscd his Three hundred dol in bills aud four diamonds were oundin his Birchall UaI West ones had an interview with Birchall a ay or two They conversed about he case and in answer to pressing qnes ions put by her Birchall declared as imphatically as he could that he did not the shots which killed caving her to suppose that he had a con Killed llis an employe of the Illinois Central hot and killed his wife last returned home unexpected and ound his wife and a odger in Petersons in a compo misinz Peterson is under ar Happy Indeed Garland Stnve are the homes ea and THE QUTNCY Miss Uooth Expires of the Wound While Killing Iler sensationa double shooting of Saturday and th death of Dan Price were followed Sun day morning by the death of Lillie E The majority of the people ar satisfied that Price was tho betrayer o Miss funerals are appointed f o Word came from Kan that Price had deserted the daughte of a jeweler of that It is probable that Price would have marric the Kansas girl had be as it mainly on her account that herefused t marry At different time monev has been offered the friem of Miss Booth to settle the ma The ISrunch of the Legislature Ignores His May lower branch of the legislature reconvened this the senate having adjourned till Governor Campbell sent a message to the but the speaker refused to recognize his private secretary and an adjournment motion was rushed Governor Campbell looks upon the action of the speaker as a personal The message suggested that nonpartisan board of improvements for Cincinnati be appointed by the mayor and an election heid in The message will go to the senate Governor Campbell has been defeated by trick of the agents of the Cincinnati gang and he feels his position He is now in shape to receive the con dolence of exGovernor who went to the wall rather than dance attend ance to the Bernard Brady Cogan crowd of democratic The mud dle has cost the democrats Ham ilton county in the approaching election and made republican success doubly cer tain in Ohio this The effect on Gov ernor personally and political is It is said by his nearest friends that he is considering a move ment if carried will be more startling in its nature than any hereto fore in this bewildering and that it is nothing less than a resignation of his It is conceded that the gov ernors ambition for national honors is destroyed by his present entanglement beyond the pale of possible redem and that he is already eagerly turning to the only thing left for busi ness and pecuniary THE GALLOWS AWAITS Yleatled Guilty f Mary aged who killed her brother and Mary her1 by putting strychnine in their pleaded guilty when arraigned for trial She was remanded for A Perjurer Held to the Grand who is charged with perjury in connection with the naturalization of was held federal grand jury in S500 bonds this morning by Com missioner Hoyne A Candidate Rociiis Y Oct 20 S Emory candidate for congress on the workingmens ticket suicided by cutting in his right arm and bleeding to dceth here last Shot by a Rejected Oct aged was shot and Killed this afternoon b Ramon Lopez whose attentions he refused to receive The Assassins of Ofncer at yew In XEW Mat ranga aud Vincento ar rested a few days ago and were arrested again today and committed to the parish charged with being accessories to the assassination of Chief of Police From what can be learned there is hardly any doubt that the five men who committed the and the villaneous brains that gave birth to the foul are among those now in One or two more of the conspira tors are still at large but it isonlyaques tion of time before they too will be be hind the and it is safe to say when the trial comes the police will be able to produce sufficient information to send the entire gang to the PEYTON GETS A and the people of Rock Island ask those of Moliue to join them in a general cele bration of the event than Cables representative in the newspaper business was found to be one a subcommittee of three who introduced a resolution be fore a committee of the business associa tion condemning the route of the canal via the mouth of Rock river was nothing but a estate and Cables Rock Islane organ promptly joined in the Cables repre sentative has had a prominent position in the business association for some time The Hennepin canal project has been discussed by that association time and The gentleman has had any number of opportunities to oppose the say that we must have it by some other route or not at he failed to take this position till he found himself with a Cable newspaper in his and interested In the failure of the canal to that Having thus associated he seeks some way of attacking the canal and finds it in calling the location of the terminus a real estate All this would amount to nothing were Cable not a candidate for if he would be able to do much damage canal and very pos sibly to stopithe work The members from the Rock Island and Princeton districts Illinois and from the Davenport district in Iowa have al ways had the burden of this canal to Any opposition from Illinois has always been fatal to and the bill was at a point at least twice in its history when it would have passed had it not been for the determined opposition the memoer from the northwestern trict of It is easy to see what effect the secret opposition of Cable or his lukewarmness toward the project would have on the It is for this reason that this covert attack of the organ of Cable is so It if it means any thing at that Cable in congress will oppose the building of the Hennepin canal by the route now II not built by this will not be built at all and so under the cover of a desire to change the even after work has all future appro priations for the canal will be It would be easy for Cable to say that his opposition to this route was well since his organs openly opposed and to add that the people elected him on this and that he was bound to oppose organs could quoto from their files to show this to be tho and thus by side attack the work thp Judge Bagby Dismisses the cldesthnCuse The Peyton case went to the jury but they were unable to agree and Saturday morning were dismissed by before the case was orgued on the same evidence as before tae jur 1ne charge of attempted poisoning was w ithdrawji by Pejton and Mrs Peyton admitted tini haree of cruelty by scratching and slapping Peyton Judge Bagby granted Mr Pey ton an absolute divorce of the past twenty years bemade of no effect Are the of district to endore any such schemeaa this Xo How Serere Colds are BroUenlrpJn Mou From the Virsinia City When we find i medicine we know to possess geiuine we consirer it a and we take pleasure in telling this what itis buch a medicine found Chamberlains Cough last when la grippe was prevailing We are satisfied that we warded off sev eral that were threatening by tbe use of and we have since in a few severe and in the of two or three entirely broken them up bv its as have several 01 onr friends to whom we have recommended itIt Is Jit that it t represented to be by the If you have A cough and want to stop It Chamberlains Congh Remedy will dothe work Tor ale by was g torne fees i additional at Kedkill Governor Cooper today received information that a large number of river Utes had been off thftir rpervation some time and had Reed in to pay Speaker Eeed made his only address m Indian i Ha extolled the bill and the liberality of the ra pension and dwelti at length upon the silver bill and federal election bill Threethousand people tended the The ptonuu does not VTbn ttnfls out that tie has one it Is a most companioa7 for a liver try Beechamal   

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