Burlington Hawk Eye, October 22, 1890

Burlington Hawk Eye

October 22, 1890

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Burlington Hawk Eye (Newspaper) - October 22, 1890, Burlington, Iowa nEOISTBATION. ^ Friday are Ib-gistration *r 3" vr> Von Regis! .-red? pay'. * RUSHED JUNE. 1839.) CRAIS ARE TRhSuNC HAWKE VE. HAVE YOU MOVED Sin *• Von W.r* Lh-i it gofer Mb Yon Mu*! Register Attain. lf SO, population of rho state of South Dakota ' is He.’,.sis, increase 229, f,so. or *>03 cent. per H< iU,lXETOX. IOWA. WEDNESDAY MOHNING, OCTOBER 22. is;to. !• 0. 0. F. ENCAMPMENT^ (PRICE; 15 CENTS PER WEEK. Western Tariff Hop65 for    . ttsBp«de are Waning twiner ,i Fifty scheme on Their Part to One Kei»nnlir:»u Scuts by ,,,t Hose* un*l Gcrry- .iVpij lid* mannered District*. Rialto The Flawk-Kyefi ■i res. Oct. 21.—As the confrres-*' j... aoproa hes, that time ' :“7 ti 2 jirks lutist be put. in. art. be it: ti iii Hit lo show Their omit nil lice here has not as yet been ac-?pt in the pro- the -> ie®o'',ra bf a r«Tt>rting n- !*    , y loinilatc pry . ; w'vatic Faders hav e calculated bfwVethirtV-eiaLlt Mutts wfiih Hie Cr dpn’e'Ta' >’ I' T.tlatit on to ’ ftVh the thirteen which are e\-B! -heVcsnlt of t he gerrymanders R Marvin in a majority in toe i**v work or expense. hey 'lave reckoned iifty-one republican seats d not possj- GOVEENOR CAMPBELL SMILES AGAIN. j The Ohio I.eglslutor* Po.ulude loKceoc. •Ore Ilia Message. : Co LUM ut s, IX, Oct. 21.—The huns* . this morning adopted a resolution aa tho ! sense of the body that no slight or insu't was intended on the part of the house in the refusal by the speaker to accept the governor's message yesterday morning, i and appointing a committee to call upon the governor ami request that. Ids message again be sent to tim house. The I governor complied wit!) the request. The message recommends that the legislature i pass a law providing that a non-partisan ; board of improvement for Cincinnati to J be appointed >>y the mayor, and thai the election was lobe held in April, lie scores the lobby which he says has been herefrom Cincinnati in the* interest of the present board of improvement and says their open declaration that they are controlling the legislature ought to Insufficient indication to members teat tho board is h, Kid repute aud should be C Koonz, of Burlington, Installed as Grand Patriarch. Other Oft,,-*™ Instated—The Du 1ueM„„ of Kel>-halt National Christian Convention-Miraculous Escape From Death A I e >lars sensation. Chicago, Burlington and Quincy, involving unjust charges in switching grain ears in this city. The case is of considerable importance as it will establish switching rates in this locality. Will Advance the Hates. Cli ICA oo, Oct.    21.—The wast em I freight association to-day decided to ad- | Vance the rates from Chicago to St. Paul ! and Minneapolis by November IT if tins- i | sible from a basis of fifty cents on tir-t ! class to sixtv cents. ii liana and Ken- ; abolished at once. they '*|li ! I •• vv ’ ' v. rd. v secured, til* > of tim"' northern dis-,v ih< in “f the control of This fa * explains the ap-v of Chairman Bryce aud r Flower. K iv events, how- L calced th- a-1 ate politicians gaiety. Tit y I av* made the dls-{he ti ew tar it* law is not so ri,*m the west as linty supposed pp fore tim tariff bill passed, newspapers wire full of jt. ...I red bi ttie nam.* ern farmer. The English ncreeived that it is not r    „ advocate free trade in til,- cat did ground that h their own manufae-o their later arguments ;fishly for tin* alleged lerican fanner. They v ct 'ioi: - di-nounciug ENORMUS EXPENSES. Sc. vt y etioo idepri sc. I Ii: ' • '■ un FI if-I ‘ tiiT I;,,‘ afer Sd ta E'- • i« aa. w-t ii she OC enri and se mood un1 lot the A Bled ma gcE bit t .is going the agriculturalists of y have >-.1 l<i that th** jsare on th*1 bord* ’’s til a revoiu-That they ar* * -letting down p..'' and are ': g to to s mie-csDerat**. The de mo: rati- mana-per-..Cl t hi-m -:h "S til it sine tai >affn t to see th n us* the rn 'gars t * t rue, •• nd when hey undoubtedly boil over    with rill.    After    wait- .    vain    for    .-tx    we. im    for ijfn of a “revolution they fonje reluctantly to the pain* Hond-idon    I ‘na;    it >    not ■cur and that unless they want ne-) ox’ A i ■ r ’boots they 'arrangements to steal more ‘an they hadnt ii im contemplated, convinced themselves that v von tv ■: ' ors ,.f sugar tfa« pit 'Cg jjfcb wert* last ; ■[three hundr In tin® on 'ic or. wool and ifarm prod; ■feet are pp bst:g ti if goo*is on the free ear imported to the i sary t’RT d and tif y millions, line twine the high the putt inc out of cts from the A uteri- visions which so far ! American farmers s to return republican con- \ Tom the west in even greater { than before. This has i hree change in the plans of the dom- J ana they arc now making amang- ! Joimenr tho r turn of a single ! i from any southern state. The I ingress ct ii-* tai us twenty-three j S republican s Without at* v re- j th** result of the balloting on Will,I*.in \ .1 in nr is Ins * Ti** Fair ( o lo ti a t k s < os 1r?* • Cli I* Aoo, (let. 21.—A local paper pub-s the abstract of a letter r»*«-«*jv**<1 I by President Palmer cf ti** na -tonal i wot bl s fair comm s-ion, from Seer *t..*,ry I ;I re; ry W imium, relating ti, th* . **xpens**s of the cuminis-uni, and which I v\as read at to-day s meeting of th** j executive commiti.****. iii** s,.ur**tarv tirst st ates that **f the St.Too.ooo ip. propriated. ' tou.ouo *nu-i be used jn tim eons-rtiction "f a g* \*'rnm**nt I * *: ’ i »:i i 11 ar. i',*r the fiscal year ending .June Ho, 'Mio, there is appropriated Ant y moo.nim fur . * x pen sos of tie* commission and the u-es of tin* government board of cont nil. Th** I government- board has estimated it will n* od mo.on*;, leaving ^ I od. moo for the use of th** commission. The secretary I i hen shows thai tin* sj.,lari»for oeieer.-ami o‘ lier expenses tin* <*otnmission '..is j disposed of >s;*o,ooo of this ;-nq tli.it Hie j expenses of the meetings of the : x,*,*u-| live committee now in -.**--' ; and of th** j meetings of th** e.>mmissi*>n to b** held November I:>th will bring a total of 1 SII,OOO, leaving only -to.ooh to run Hie | commis .ion till .June 30, '.sui. The >*•*■-, rotary further says lie has hesitated as to the approval of tie* resolutions of Hu ; eoniinisMuAs fixing Ho* sa!aii,*s *p i;< oflicers. Among these are th** pivsn]-tit of the ••oiumission. si2,*‘<;.! p**r annum: j secretary. Sp).OOO; direetor-g**neral. ooo; vie* ct airman of the executive committee, tm OOO: employes in Ollie* s of th** secretary and director-general, SIO,(too. If I were to gi\** my individual c-p’ni un j uninfluen'-ed by iii** a*- > of your commission. says tie* secretary. I sh..-,lid i not hesitate to decide that He* amount named by your commission for salaries for its principal *.‘Veers - mvit.-r than that probably coidemptlated by coiigr**ss in estimating »h»* amount !t-- *«*s-arry out the provisions of lh*-act. 'Fhe amount of money already expended and the expenditure- in eoMem-plation by your commission prior to ates so large ents art additional not approve the .January I, next, contemp an amount that it pre reason why I should .berith every southern certificate anni** out to a democrat. This w dismissed by the democratic ??ore congress adjourned, but med it for two reasons; tirst. y counted on that ridiculous Tuition against the tariff and t it, w(:imin"    be necessary, Mi v Dared it would oui. been s 'bf* pair*- I.*-, repubi si to i ‘ so without Every iv yielded lent aga;ti- decti- M Dc* in r< 'id a tin •mb us -■dgc elec-as an n. They nsiou of if they ut r * ' :• 'sing ,eru certificate repuhli'-ati was TieeiSSitV of a hey hoped o give sin h rs to allay Kong** bill. id reset ti: n* west is ing and o th* •lie ie rn Ivon -tate DIEP A POOR MAN. IfidOH W IU J* J : ft I. i Til*- I r. I’rop**rt.i S r; jijiort My ! re- i com- * imv** j iders j the i mill Her- , compensations tnamed were I alone responsible for    th*- expenditures. You v\ ill observe that your -alary list for the years 1891. 11102 and IV.Kt will, without further increase of employes, amount to SIGA,OOO or about one-seventh of the entire sum of money outside of the coe of government building- which is fixed as a limit <*f expenditures grow ing out of the exposition. I have gra e doubt- in I    view of the    facts as    heroin    suited, whether I ought not to return the r* so-Aition- submitted by your eomnii-~ on for ; revision a- to the amount of eompens.i-i Hon to be paid your oili er-. On the I liber hand I dislike to -<*t up my own personal views in oppositi-.-u lo ho-** of the members of the comm A- An who ar** i more familiar with the matter tit, i--ue | than myself. I then fore reluctantly ap-i    prove artic1 es    lf* ami IG    of your    by- a iv- and beg leave    to suee-*-*    in Mi -    *-*.nc*c- x ion that great care be exercised in authorizing further expend: tires tot he end that your commission may not create a deficiency for tho et.-;.ing fiscal year. Immediately ift*-r Hu- eornmunication was read ('ommJs- on‘*r A'artinda «*. of Indiana, offered a resoiut !*.»n, wlii'-h wa-auoptcd. d**c!ariug that a -un bo g c*un-mitiees b- in-Tru*-ted not to meet befur** ' the next s.■-Hon of Hie commission tmh ss directed by the president. l ive -taming commute* - ha ! asked th** executive [Hnei'ial to The Hawk-Eye.] Dt> Mo!N! s. Oct. 21.—The fortieth annual session of the Iowa Grand Fn-campment I. (I. O. p. nun ;u (),(, lows hall this morning with a good attendance of members. The regular routine of business was tran-a,t,*d. I hero were no changes in th,* constitution. The following officers for the ensuing year were installed this after..,. >n: >rand pa riac-h, J. (:, Koonz, **f Bur-, ngton; grand high priest, S. I, Winter of Woodbin*?; grand senior warden, -J. M Bellamy, of Knoxville; grand scribe, I    Garrett. of Burlington: grand treasurer, J. Norwood Clark, of : Iowa Civy; grand junior warden, s. I* Smith, of Iowa City. The following otic '•■is w- re nominated:    For    grand patri- •ir* h, S. I*. Winter; grand high or, st, • J>. S. Belamy; grand senior warden, s. Smith: grand junior warden, A Black, A Mantic: grand scribe. Win. Ca.' r* u: treasurer, .J. Nnorwood ("lark; grand repr<*presentative, \V. B Temple, AMan-t.ic; h. I*. I ilton, Ottumwa. The grand - and t.omlv assembly of the Daughters of Kebekah Th* met at seven this evening. The degree work was finely exempli!*.**! Jiv the degree mu ti' of Leach lodge. Grand Fat• march Koonz was iniat»‘d into Odd Fei’owship March p*. 1-rg. ii*. J’ocomtuck lodge No. GU. Greenfield. Massachusetts After pa—ing th** *• hairs. rn iii** fall of the same year, he was mao** ti member of the Lneampment bran**Ii of tie* order, in which he acceptably filled various offices. In 1S7G, in* beearn** a member of th** (lr and !o«lg** and *.rand Lneampment. at Boston. Removing to Burlington. Iowa. in Isl'.*, h** de- ‘ posited his card- i*i Washing! in lodge No. I and F.ureka Encampment i No. 2. Iran-!, rritig I.is membership to I those bodies. Three years later, in is-;. Grand Master J. K Rower appointed him district, deputy, and in th** year I following he was r»*-appointed i-y Grand : Alast«*r WM TA Holmes, dune, ISS-,, Mr. lvooi.z was el**c’e*l repre-**nt.a>iv** ta. th. Grand Lodge of low >. from til*- district now No. J" and w a- r**-el**ci.ed. -erving unti! the meeting of the (irund Lo«lg** in I lss**. During his first term In* became J known as a worker, succeeding in getting tin* Grand Lodge to hold it- se-sion of DSG in Burlington. a1 o serving on the * committees of correspondence, mileage and per (lit in ami credentials. During the paine year, I In* met with th** grand *m-eamnment. aud 'n D-; was elected grand junior warden of that body. Iii Is-- the Au limn s‘*h***ted him for grand st nim-warden; in is-.) he became grand high priest, and in ISdO grand patriarch, or presiding officer. Mr. Koonz is thorur-oughly posted in tin* laws and usages of ibid Fellowship and his experience in tin* councils of tin* order and we 11 known ability as a presiding officer will render him a capable and satisfactory executive of tic* Grand Encampment of Iowa. U. S. DISTRICT COD RT OPENED. REED AT CHAMPAIGN. The Famous Gavel-Wielder Greeted by an Enthusiastic Crowd. Th** Trtrilf ami Kin,Ire ! I’nlltieal Tonics Di*4<*us-e<1—Cettr nix! IJorr »t Wnpel!,* —(,i»vt*rii*ir Hill iii Ohio- Cieit-ersil I’oliii. il Von. Iiii|ioi*txiii Fuses to He Tri,Sf)|,rt*iiir <'o,irt Derision*.. {.Sl>,*,*iii! to The Hawk-Eye.f DKS MoixKS. la., GO. 21. Tin* October term of the Fnited Stat**s district court, of the southern district of Iowa op**n**d this morning in th** guvegnntent building, .Judge c, p. spiers wifi have charge At ten o'clock In* called the case of A. Henriek- vs th** Knit,cd States electric light company, an action to r**-cnver because of violation of *'i»ntraet. Among the important cases which will come up for trial at -his t*-rm are th** damage eases against the Chicago aud Northwest* vn'raiiuay cotnpanv. in whi*-h | the plaintiffs in the respective cases ar**: ' C. W. Smith, G. R. Rhelphs. ll Frus., J IL W. Parsons, (leo. Gray, NL A. Clement, C. A. Daniel, I) ll. Mohr, *J<*hn ' •John short, S. Puney, et a1., E. C. IR y- I wood. W !•'. Erp. (leo. E. Parrish ami Ii. K. Be-h y. In all these eases t . I and (A Ii. Noiirse represent ti*** i* c anti Hubbard defendants. cases involve an «*normo:m sum of money ami will attract with* attention IMI** following decisions were •, • •<.•!-. • in the supreme court to day:    Woolen Mills company vs. Nien-tadt. inn * am. Floyd county, atfirmed: .Jolinsion McPhersoi,. appellant. I'ama *■,> civ. affirmed. De ring A company, appelhi'it. ; vs. Grundy County Nutiona’ Bank. < *run-dy county, affirmed; New**)! a c. mpai.y, I appellant, vs. Martin Wagner, Lyon comity, affirmed; Smith vs Bai-, appel- i hint, Taylor county, affirmed. CHRISTIANS AT WORK. Champ.mux, IU., Oct. 21.—A crowd estimated at eight thousand people j assembled to greet Speaker Reed this j afternoon on the occasion of his tirst admi'ess jn I HIHO'-. This city is in Con-l pressman Cannon's district, and Cannon, ; who is cauva-sing for re-election, Introduced Mr. Reed. The famous wielder of Ho* congressional gavel spoke for nearly an hour. I!** jumped at one*- in Mu* tariff question and declared that a tariff bill concerns more than any other all 'Ii** business interests of the country. The farmer, rn* l<*s. Ham ti:** mechanic. a beneficiary of protection, for thu‘ system that keep; American money at home ami * creates a market for all American produc’s thus! enhance the prices to the i tillers of the soil th** same us to iii** toiler i Mi the mills, of what use is it, He asked, j that .everything be made cheap lf a man j has not go*, a dollar? What good would ; it do to offer yen th** whole s*at** of Tex;;- for a pair J loots if you haven’t tit** hoots? Do not v>e coneen *1, lo said, a'** >ut a rise in prices. If p* j.-; - go up a- a result of general prosperity tho p >>-file will have ntonev t** pay i*ir th*‘rn. Th** democrat!** papers that so declared od itoria51J contain ad\*'rtis**metits of j tuof,■ hants on the next parry w!;i* h -ay 1 that they ar** -s*iii selling go*>d- u» the | chi pfjcos a* the old stand. Speaker Reed also talked on Mo » action urn — ! oil, d« < ariug a popular g < rmio n’ i- ’ i a* ot.iy safe government u * hi-< .umtry j atid that there >s no p*-ril a r< pm:!* ■ in ! a free vote aud a air count, whatever ; damage it may have dot ** t*> the demo- j era I ic pa* y. Mr. Reed utmrned up the ■ e<»vernment against the Bottlangists in the course of which Deronlede insulted Reinach, took place at an early hour this morning. Th** weapons u-**<J were pistols. Twenty-five paces were marked off hv the seconds and th** principal-then took their positions. At th** word Re!naeh tired but his buffet flew wide of the mark. Deronlede did not fire. Refnach's second then prop*>-,*d that th** (im*! be continued nut Deronlede declined to accede to the proposal. Dixiiioii,!    arrcntnl, London. 0**t.    2 .—An    American named Wr'ght, and two women named C'ondy and Irw in, were arraign* ii iii the police court to-day on the charge of robbing a jeweler in < heapside of a diamond broach valued at iAou. It i-bell* ved the prisoners ar** implicated Mi other jewelry roJ)b«*ri**s that have recently occurred in London. They were remanded for trial. The Canton Kin lo-/ / Ie ni,*!i'. Bt* ISM . Oct. 21.—Evidence old lim e in a suit brought bv th** Ticino Cantonal bank. aga'n.-t the government of Cardon, arising from the embezzlement of one minion francs by the treasurer of Canton. shows the embezzlement was intimaieiy connected with the rev:.,; kist s«*pt».Tuber It i- said S'gnor iff -mni. the head of the Canotna! government,, ha- do u-rnent- *-o?nproinising a number of intl*:* n-t ial men in oolith a! life. SABBATH OBSERVANCE. in this City Yesterday an able and ire* resting them**. Labor s Right Rest.” „    ,    _    .    n. . . , .    .    ..    ;    l he convention wn! Meeting of the District Association j (i r :i, (1 ,rr T will be beld under th* Iowa Sabbath as-mua; row, of the Inter-tate a serging Iowa. Minn*- nan to Tier the upr>r the Sabbath A Trrri*»le Iv. S xx Antonio, Tex., <>* l ?!    \ ter rible tragedy o.-curr*-*! here lh:- everrng. Mr-, \ugu-t Mehlin wa- walking dow*: Hi** street when l-aa*- W< i-s - mien v r11sI*«-,] up and blew her brains nu* w:r,h a revolver. Wei— then i :nni**d;ately sui**i«i**d with the -;*,m«* weapon. It I-believed he mistook Mr- Mehlin f..• i-wife, who had re«*entlv ’.eft Jibe. Kretlntliiii** Adopted The SiimUjr *»pen-in j; *,f the Col '* in Man Kl po**) t ion Condemned U eel inc "I *H* st.if«* Aoocitlion To-Dny. The ilr-t annual conv»*nHon r*f th** Sabbath Rest association tor th** I ir-t *• *ti-gres-iunal district <*f Iowa wa- held in th** parlors of th** Congregation.-!! «-hiir< h yesterday morning. The mm*ring was called to order at 10:20 by the pre-i(i<*nt of th** »--:«• at ion, .I<-itn <». b'oote. .vho. in op**nJng th** conv*** Hon. read a brief report of th** work done during the past year. The association was organized at Buriiugu;n iii ()* tuber, H-*.*. and imd for its object the furtherance of the cause of Sunbath obserxam-e and ** *    - ippr—"t of Sabbath .Jc-e* ration. Its off er- were hos**n from the different counties of th** db tril l. The first meeting of the e\e. Ut ive committee was held iii January I- At this meeting were read two addresses by members of th** committee. The question whether th** proper demands of commerce render breaking of the Sabbath necessary was disco—ed by Rev. Trumbull, ami the Law of Sabbath and South Dakota. Ne bra-i Following ’ - the OltDFKOF FiXFMD ist;; MMK M VI. <*-s|OV ITI • ark* if it :**• a. in. -< >|M*nmg * xer< cern and Hppointm* nt of cc I Cilia, id.—_\*l*tr*    Dr. Tolled**, Iowa. Jun o-- on. e cont!nu <1 bray the meetings a .-pi- es of ti»e >n. md Pvaior--o<Marion, repr*-fft North and a an i Kansas. FORTH DAY. * SO HZO AT I ON A I, re}r',rr >fBl A ITO; «*■:—lo* ii. Addr-' V • r I I 'ornrnitte***- tn»-* t. 2;:S»i>. in.—Dp'-Bing **x*rci*«-«. Rev. ti. VV. Si,j tj«-r. «*f |>MV»*nj»**r :MSp. K-.-.\<i'lr‘— (*i    !>r.    VV* New York I'ny. l*i-< TG J*, rn. IO p«>rt o! * nnrnift* <■». .V<-. KONIK. -*—'UN-*'! eRK-IIVTKi: A -• Kl'MH. Hon. John M - jln; G»n-*n A. .J. Raker. Dr Crafts .«c*l other -pikers will rr*Hk* rh*ti a* Iii r« use*. HAWKEYE GLANCES. A lits\i*;*«»i.NTtN*. Yiki.d—A Ha-tif | correspondent -ays the yield of corn • very disappointing in that section southwestern Iowa. Farmers wh* ♦ideotiy expected thirty bushel- I acre are finding less than twenty c ting ;nto the fi*-sds. i- i-efier** are p •«? ti had how to obta r by VV that Iowa servane** of ti the union, bu posed by our to in-or** o’r>-* r tiler legi-iaM urger. To ti legislation w a- ow* rva .Mr til** b**-t - Sabbath that 'h* ,t** ar** n*<! anc* and ic* was ’rear**d Howell «tatf«i w- for the ob-*f any state in a I m- II UK *d whi-ii * h* lim hun- t in I { AT WAPELLO. (lear ami committee to rn*** be authorized by but non e presit!* - of I Ii* lit. rn wn 'GLL I .-ION AT JOLIET « h her* -I his ,N'* “    : . A -omow hat • '•'ti pn'sents itself in con- • Oe death of the Iii'** Ass**- j Miller as to what is to be-tdow. There is no -on to j sue ha- two married j e v. "i:nv, u. ),**rst*lf without j of support. It is stated i a*m by t h>;-•* in a position ; Lie wit,* cf the great jurist, j tcolifs friend, will either .? house or rent or i :i :*.* a living. | cf* no other property of I f'Pt his h'iiise on Massa- Tiiocaas I,hi* ter Kille*l anil I*'*    ( Kpddi vw SpritHis I ti j arn ^ • Joliet, IU., O-t. 21.—A miffs ion oe- J • •inr»**i this for** loon on th*- Fig’ti, .l**;i**t i and Ea-!**ri: Out<*r B I" Lai*1, 'fist west : of the trestle bridg**. between an cast-bo'iud froigiit and a west-bout -^grave; J train, causing the death ct I boma-Lawler, assistant fireman, and injuring    four other    men. Mr.    David Davis was badly injured internally -iud dim    Thomas    Da* is had a shoulder Joseph    Bol a sn i k s legs    were and UL    YV**ik*r was    badly The engineers and.firemen of to save their engines climbed upon were badly smashed. l*<-rr <«r* cted VY-tli lutoix** Int hnsi:i-in. [Sp**cialto The Hawk-Eye.] NY a pf.i.i.o, < let. 21.—Ex-Congressmau R. (i. Horr, of "''I higan a; d Governor G*-ar addrcs-ed th** i»«*.-;. • of Louisa county to-day in two monster meetings. Mr. llorr spoke in the afternoon at the «*»* *; r t ho .se, t ompb tely tiffing the large audnonum -Mil standing room was at a premimn. He took up the question of tho tariff, explained thoroughly tin- po--Lon of each party *m this ;-s;,c and <>ok up th** democratic stock arguments against tin* McKinley bill in regard to -ait. produce, tin plat**, clothing, etc. H-* appealed again ond again to any democrat in tic* house to show him an article on which the tar i IT had increased the cost, and they failed to respond. Ile Hen took up briei’y the various other a i- • if th** republican t arty, and dosed with a brilliant- enconium of Governor G.-ar aud his work in th** house, and exhorted th** people t*i stand tty him at the polN. Th** entire speech was constantly interrupted by applause and aught- r. his witty -albe- and -alien) points cat- h-* g Mn* humor of the audience oontinu-Democrnts even pronounce it a speech, and many who heard ii -ay - th* bes: th-*} ever heard. th** evening Governor Gear ail'd a magnificent audience at sam** place. w bidi listened attentively to hi- speech of ll* VZ I broken, broken bruised. The engu boti: ti aitis jumped in to lives. The two each other and ai . great it wain dress the very over an hour, solid, practical accomplished Louisa county with uMhusiam for the candidacy of our energetic arni loyal congre—uuin. aud will roll up an old tim*! majority for him. Never has organization been better mad nor p* * opec t s -o promising. SAVED AS EY A MIRACLE. The speech was x>f the and convincing sort, ani a vast amount of good, i- thoroughly awakened Nit ion.ti Con v*-n! mn ut fl-t Church u I Pos >P»ii***H. [Special to Th** Unwlt-EycM [ii,* Mom:-, Od 21.—Over - \ dr***! delegates to tin* nation;*' on of the Christian church, were present th** opening of tin* -e—ion Un- mor’Mi g. The report of th** home missionary society showed th** society working in tvveni y-livc -tat-*s. Th-* iota iran ber of missionaries wa- -! x i y-; wn and ' he auiount of money colle<-t***i sol. is:. rn** home work being done under th** -fat** boards brings this up to a total of sis} I 'I and three hundred twelve men. wadi results for the year in more than eigl teen thou-and m*w aiffiitions ;o th** m«*»nb**rship arid the organization of on** hundred and eighty-seven new churches. The church evtention fund begun two years ago already ha- invested tin* sum of sty coo. Rev. G. \Y. Muckley. of Cineinnati, suc-*-e**ds Rev. F. M. RaMi- as secretary of this futid. The delegates -ay tie* growth of tin* organization is phenomenal, and that the government census this year will show them to number eight hundred thousand communicants in th** Fnited States. In Issi) they ranked as th** f" nit body of Protestants in the country. This evening there wa- a memorial service in honor of Mrs. Shortridg**. Pre-ident Phillips, of Pennsylvania, delivered rim annual address to-night, and brief addresses were read by sever:*! other delegate*. __ ___ ORIGINAL-PACK AGE BOOM. Hon-*'* Wide Open ie Soul Ii PiUotu l«.v\u Deniers Organize. Yankton, S. 1)., Dei. 21.— The origi-nal-package houses here have b** reopened OI* th*1 strength of the rec-ut Kansas decision. The **My <•’*'.*ia!> will probably pass an ordinal *• imen-ii g -u* h houses. AV OUt*.I NAI. I ’ A * i\ AOI -Cli v MT. Four l)i>!>*.i. la., Oct-. 21.—A systematic scheme on the part of the liquor men of Iowa to bring back the origin;! package to legal life wa- diseov* red in this city yesterday. A number of the men who were openly engaged in the original package business 'ast -ammer received circulars purporting to come from th*--<*c net ary of the State original I‘ae’••.'age Dealers’ association. The nam** signed to ti*** circular was that of a prominent Con tic ii Bluff- liquor dealer. in th name of ti*** newly formed a-- elation every saloonkeeper was urged to - in tribute liberally to a fetid to b** used it: an attempt to secure an injunction restraining Iowa courts from prosecuting original package dealers under the *> d prohibition law. It is claimed that tim recent Kansas decision gives good grounds for such an action. Tilt: PACK A OK IX MOLX * I I V. Siorx Ct TY, la.. Gel. 21.—Origin.* package house- are beginning to open here in view of the reeent Kansas decision. The city authorities ar** arresting the proprietors and (ming them be- ii *:< the •gi ll IDN. OI * I i par the eh is oi tnt stimi and et.log present eongr A I CLO 11 in i\l I .NOTI i\ IU. Oet ’JI ll brough’ Speaker Reed t thi- evening consici«-r;»b schedule time. I Ie Wa-■owd of Jive hundred * -.I spoke about tim* •■•:!!.ut t:    “it is not necessary ct si n g fa i i -: shopkeepers 'n raising t he * i-la ti* n ma ■ii v*t rn of Wiiiirit**!* I'liclp- Dautjhtcr- Kntfttg. -I Bkui.tn, Oet. 21.—It i- at.noun* i*d that tin* elde-t. daughter o' t't.i'-'d States Min -ter Phelps!- engaged to • ** mar-. fie*! to Lieut. Von Reitur. ami that tim ! young) st daughter is en gag* d to Baron W t/elben. Both get,ti* rn* n ar** nj ers i of the imperial guards. lo egis ha t i a * bf a*' A speeial Bioorning-biy ahead of - greeted bv people. Mr es. saying in now to add to - the raid of prices. I to riot be scared, Dm -hopk* cpers can not t ike your money from you. An effort is It mg made to nee*e you buy to-day in--t**;t*i of to-morrow. You will notice that prices have not gone up but. ar** always g'dng down. They ask you to come in out of a wet that will never happen. [Cheers, j The people generally are showing a good Yan or .fit.or rather I should say. a Fnited State- -pirit, for I lied the people in the west are a- sharp a- tho Yankees a re Mr. Reed closed -ayin? a few words* in eulogy of J. Ii. Row* ll. th** member of eongr*--- from this d strict, a candidate for re-election. AT PEORIA. Pf. oui a, 111., 1 *t. 21.—Sepeaker Reed \ md party -trriv d this evening. He wa- i enthusiast i .civ received aud made an addn-s- to a. Urge ;• adience at Sylvan** I park. He wa- followed by Senator Cullom wa i spoke briefly. A reception i was held at the .Vc ion a1 hotel after the I -pooches, which was largely attended. GLADSTONE’S HOT SHOT. The l.vTrciiiio' Opens the Midlottii.iu j (Ti iii (et I tm :*) Edinburg, L"V"i\.(>:'t, M —Gladstone addressed at. adm* et of .YHOO persons in the corn j exchange at Edinburgh this evening. ' I re'a rid. hi* -slid, continued to eclipse all j other subiei’s. Th** country now fully j reeotw /.* ti that 'he D i-i* questions must I Me settled h-»*ff*re others. The opponents I <if home rn <* had hoodwinked amide- j hided tie* r constituencies by pledging J Meet-ekes against coercion, promising; Jo* * im*''eminent and expressing th**m-I -civ**- against granting larger advance- j of Bi ti-h money to buy out landlords, j Y ' their tir-t favorite m**a-ure after i gair.ir.g p »w.*r was *-oerican. The local i government wa- punishing thin air, and j bere wa- a proposal before parliament j granting forty million pounds to buy out > Lf. SPORTING NEWS. The Lexington Kure*. in , ion. < »ct. 21. First Rum** Five furlongs:    Penn royal vv rn, (arm;*! second. One Dune third; time, lo: I. Second Race — S.x furlong-, heat-: I r-t heat—Josie'M. won. Daniel second. Mary Ma* third: time, :’,*,. s*cor d Im*-* * J os p. XI. won. Wary .-* *ond. I)a nit? third: time. 1:17. Third Race—(inc m e arid -«*v;-nty yards; Labrador won. Eugenia -*•* *.nd. J ii hi iff* t bird: time, I; f r> Fourth Race—On** m il** and one-sixteenth:    Fayette)* won, ‘'ata'pi second. Ban Chief third; time I: JG I ifth Race- Five arid one-half fur-longs:    Response won. Laura Airn**- -(■cond. Majeska third: L; <*. iii*. Sixth Race—One'nib*, half a furlong: Milt Young won. Tom Ma- n -e***»nd, Bd. Leonard third; time. Lou . ltions a til re. body subject session i in add it: or effect th;*I in* »*? eg- be r iw. - of the distric* !)■ mini.-tfr- ar el layrr.er : arnt*-lug a strong po favor of th*- *a»is.* o : am-**: and in a* -oriiat ; enthusiastic meeting I iington from which i i not wtthou* go* *i at j would result. After the preside" I port the seer* tar] I made an informal j done by him dor j was of the opinion H vt j been accomplished in ti heavy • nough adv**• ated forth** p**r:alty commit lee on prepared nteii b: fore )»ur * h«* lardirn -- of g organized, the 0 h**d dtiring th** Hive committee •solutions to the 1 d ie al! of the i e addr»*-sed by • r the pnrpo-e of die sentiment in S bl af h observ-;*** ti er* with an wa- held in Bur-was hoped, and *. 11 at rnuc!* g* *<)fi up a1! the old c jrn arui throe cent- al a- the qua it) D* HT TOK- \ M**ines dis to health are no board re«-ent tnev * bove T tjf I he new* Uh ILI id The Je<iar*-d ind a’ rket u ill OI cou th** get- rC’Ulg ’Wo fill’; t hat < r»-:    ■ lion Many pity the board this xir *1. -ignitie.d t phy-iciari* port. such IiOVK’s a?:d ret* The off cers it ion tar**, and rub duet to the -art *a .**>■: • d' -ca -* tm* ralit.g-* report * a-e-*f the board Ina ■a-) Ye • ; nu *<1 o neg se*' LTO D) Gerrnai in Mario rh)* Farr cot had r**a<i his **e-Rev. J. IL Culler, report of lh** w-erk z the pa-t year. II** much good hail s city and else-effftrt- f»f the a-socia- reast i r** r, bursenient •e. leavi ndit ion The tt'Hnhiuijton ({»■"«*-. Washington, Oct. 21.—This wa- the opening day of the Washington Jockey Club s fall meeting at Benning-: First Race—Five furlongs:    Mabel won, Ballyhoo second, Lowlander Hurd: time. 1:02. lere through the j Hon and urged its contin nim e work. Rev. Peter Swan, 1 ported ‘he receipt ar -.to.sr» during h - term of c i the treasury in the -ame [ found it —empty. The vice presidents of the dill* j counties reported as to the work dot ; their vane - localiti •- during the ; and the prospect- and cull*** f i future j Rev. Trumbull, J of the board of d I work being done by i so* i**iie- aff over die rent »e in year • the years arm and put up by a widow nam* ii I riff ady -id** of -ixty. ll** ' the landlady in an iner-bi’ of tim**. Induced her to lr-De bank in Marion to (clar Rapid- baft;:. ? k away in I.:- in-hff* po-^.e hi- wax- ♦** part- unknow young brei** to cat.rn o-J*otb husband arid I icro. Tit’- -‘Cot ut* t:"—” IG; turn wa Couch r offered a -one who gts**.--*-i the near daily average attendance, Fenton reports the daily a by ticket, ar }*<,. ity-three day- that t The guesses ran ai > i.r.oo. and the m ar* »7 wa- 2,0*2. The n« *. On the day That here to receive the ant t a* *g fie way - a*. Mi . macing ’.ne rector-, -poke the various re the country Second Race—Three-fourth- of a mile; I    tbf    *    f    the    Sam,ain .eontine won. Cornelia second. Silence '».* _*•■*♦ ’****?• •’ *’ r',”‘    '    "    *'    1    >    ",!l I,LH. time mvt    I    ?    '    t),‘    he!d    In    Ch    <*ago;    rer    arkn    g    th** the ions >t>ath furlong-:    Cerebu- •ond. Adair third: * DOr third: I third; time, 1:1.’ Third Race—Five won. Mirth wood -< time, 1:03 >7. Fourth Race One mile:    Bel won. Bellwood second. Tanner time, l:L3ff£. Fifth Race—Steep’*** h.t-e. ’wo mc**-: Ii**** Christy won, McK -n-ie sc, *,nd, Elphin third: time. t or.. ('Ila,:*pion-1**)> KkI! I .ani**. I m iss ii cf. Oct 21.—VYi.rM s ctiain|>;i>nsb:p gal,ie; Louisv'llle 5. Br*K,kJyti 4. pa-sed many en arche- had urging th** directors S nday, aud sugge-; lion do I*k*-wi-e. Lim n ferret! to a commitu** which the * hair proceeded .Johnson. > van, l r ’tnbi composing th** coin nlttee. The n**\t bu-iu«*— bef*;r< tion of ( un mi tie* which resolutions ■ios** th)! fair ..ti that t • :; a ia- er was re-resolutions elect. (I Mi R* were ticket adrnis-iom nev ' irg-st day J, ITG. Pkrststkvt T night train on th Sioux City abn nigh' struck a pi had been place) mile and qu Neb. Th** damaged, but was hurt. 7 track and pro* hour 'atcr a ft obstruction at miscreants hi WX* and wa tt’): po ton Bac of -To <>l; th arter fron en trine w ar, He* ira* trainmer d on the on-! an I itv, ‘rat v iv. An >n •a* of a month, as * pa-scd the bill places where dom 'There liquor i befur* ar** at * sold. congee but the places will be closed by the city a .'is t Hies, and only th** respectable origins "achage houses allowed to run. ire a a h<)iU*M>*a< Mc;.- cf, - or more are eom-The co!li-i-Ati was oierstaniling cf ord* r.-ff jTP*AL WASHINGTON news. ”    !*'(> I»I-    _ I •(, *,.( , • i,,| ,} j r 'k"f    e-HHtij.jj    Supplies Gd.)\, Oct. 21.—The    largo ^ LU a! cops! ion now in the 'Dp building firms appears to 1 ,1,: 1 u?    t ** builders 0? °btairling supplies of "T. * ti m-'-t he of domestic pro-1'-t' number of steel works 1 Produce the ' ’ ' ort 1 Ii ai I ted Ste irge ca-’ings recertain designs is ex-...    they    are    press*1*! -ding order- to o that Mr. Cramp    ! ,    I*’’ navy department    1 *,*«a ilia-,.,;!    ta, modify the designs j-V1 'TtJ!r *P‘-K1-S f"r armored " ’’    ’    ata» as "th -T eel cast-    j *°    up a field to other tistnumcn and hasten the ’r " c* VO—pi L'ntr.ictar, iu I,,,Hi I lint*. "’bt**TON, Get I wiii!** a dozen car: pletely wrecked, caused by a misut: Hurt* I in’- Arnica salve. Ti e Best Sr Ive in ’Le world F 1 1 11 ■ es  res, ’ cts, Salt    ■    « Fever Sores, Tetter. Chapped Hand*. Chilblains. Corn"’ and all Skin eruptions, and Dositively cures File- or no pay t" quired, It is guaranteed to give pi-ri**'-t satisf-iction. or money’ refund*-*!. I nee 25 con'- per box. For sale by (ie**, t. Henry. _____ _ Republican >!«*•?» "ig :it    r,‘’ tS Dec ie I to The Hawk-Kve.) Kirk we-*!*. Hi.. Oct. 21.- A targe and iiidieri*-** of republicans here this evening by George limit, lions. And**rson, D. <'* ("-a-ham and V. S. 1 handler. (iratii>log to AK. The bish position at’ained universal acceptance and appro va; of the pleasant liquid fruit Figs, as the most known, ii'ustrate th** ties on which its succe.- enthusiast were addressed At torn**} (remend \V. ll. (rest, jfi-rry ami the ne of 1 ‘(Ultra* I. Ca the N. F. Palmer ■ , ^ tov- fur building the two | ‘ho1 (>rd 'ind Bennington, have . tup’1,.' Jf'i'artment that the! AH .' I';'    "    r    :‘-a* ">r b**r trial lepn d.‘ ’uard vv,1] sn*rn Le ap- | ’ ne trial. The ves- I ,'r (*otitract to be completed ! • ana the contractors are un- I iv ir P°r day f°r every 5 • ‘-heir completion. t.    ~~— .Vtttv. '-''lotiv., in Palestine. y v’ *-• - L - - Fritted States jcij1’ •'“rusaletn, reports ‘eiit of state that _    C'S,    made iii tho new Ti c *    to    .l**ppa,    have G'Wp,    s»v- b must tnter- !0"VpSpv'r°,':ow that the first "ade if.    111 ^bi- ancient land remedy Syrup excellent laxative ;a1 ne of the quali-is v ased and are abundantly gratifying to the California Fig Syrup company- •\ >1 hyor St-ut ti* .Irtil- Lono Island City, L I., Mayor Patrick J. Gleason. who was con vie ted of 21.— city, ‘urge ‘ Bi,,, . ^Partm Aaivrpan P^'a. a of this assaulting < R. Crowley, tim Long Island ('gent (>r td,< Associated Press, was this moruu.g^ I to five days in jail and tim cl . .. • | (Tinstipa J ion. torpid liver, j Verve and Liver ; J. IF Witte’s j Remarkable E-* ape «»f an l„wa I'amil.v Whose Rouse Wuh Struck by Lightning. At,).ONA.’It , Get. 21. — New- of a remarkable escape comes from the little town of Rolfe, in Pocahontas county. A Norwegian named Eugeldwold Gabriell-son, who lives at that place, had petit * u for tit** night a few evttnings ago with Jo- family, and all were -i**eping soundly. v\ I**‘ u th** house was st,rn * k !,\ I ig h. i n tr and almost completely demolished. J he j,.fit struck the roof n**ar th*1 ridge on th" -cmtil ond. D then parted, and one streak, after passing diagnallv across tim roof and tearing up about Loud shingles. passed to the ground by the .-'Teen door But the other Dolt was more destructive. It tor*1    the    roof to pieces on Hie west side,    shattered the raft- and studding, tore up th*1 floor the second story, and passed on j through to the ground. Mr. Gabriellson i and his wife were sleeping in a bed at ; the southwest corner or their bedroom: I -wo of their children lay on a bed on lie* S door. with their heads toward a partition which divided th*1 bedroom from the j I stairway. A young man named Jacob j H an-en slept in the room adjoining, with J 1 his head toward 'he partition. Th*1 cur-: rant. passed under the children, com- j I qletely demolishing the floor, tore the ; bid to atoms upon whi* h Mr. Gabrloll-! son and his wife were sleeping, and | ripped out the siding and the partition j ■ the room. scattering the laths and * Plastering in every direction, but not a ; single member of the family was hurt in | an(j foreign mission anc manner. It is one of the most our ac-    --- | nioiis escapes on record, aud can hardly i be accounted for. «rs in EPISCOPAL MISSIONARY COUNCIL. I ii I rd Annual s**««i«n— A <. is* t iff inc It**-jH»rt From ti*" Roar*! of MtinH«**is. Pl I t - un:).. Get. 21. - -'I'.fie bird -st!ti': 1 ■ session of th** Protestant Episcopal rn: * sionary council began here to-dav. Eighteen bishops, twelve missionary bishops and twenty-three ministers, representing aff the Protestant Iff ; - -"pa churches of th** country were present. The report of lh** board of managers stated a. plan to erect a mission house in New York to be tin* sovietv’s headquarters had progressed fa oraffiy and vjnt),non had been subscribed. 'The total amount paid in with int* rest for , : account of the missionary fund for the I relief of disabled clergymen or th* ir widow and orphans and the establishment. of churches and schools among the negroes and Indians i- -1?L"?I up J" da'e. On the ii r-t of .June th* contributions applicable for domestic missions appropriations for iv*o-'sui. was »ir*!.-s75 (,r -13,113 in excess of contribution to .J uut* I of the previous v* ar. The gross receipts of the society tor th** year amounted to S731,*’.71 of which -M.S?:’. were r>roct^ds of legaci**-. I he amoun. in Hie aggregat** of contributions was 5322, OS J, of which -IJT.73*1 wa-designated for domestic missions, including th** work among the colored people and si22.107 for foreign missions, leaving a' the discretion of th** hoard "51,570 which was equally divided between domestic Hi* ff'.tsd urds A 'Oiist.rvative admin 1st ra tion of I lie law was worse than Hie law its* ii. r [ ne government it-*'lf was a per- J'** a pa’ • rn of illegality. Its meth- ■ •fi mled to provoke the peo- ll!**. Glad -tone referred to th** I’ pp"' : • v a ST air; it wa** grossly ff'egaL lo* sa: !. t** -lose Hit* doors of a court. house ac ah,- tho people. The appuint- men I oi ma ristrate Shanon to try the case wa* a at o-s seandle. lf such tricks %v«*r<* pl; ye*! n England J>y a wanton**--' .,' r in VV * r, a very short way would bt found t* rem ove such aV>n-«*. After the Pa a ! i: pl* - OI lolice misconduct at Miteh**l- tOV* I : A I iopere.ry i’ wa- imp*..—ii to res- ■ ' : *• pollee or Hi * a*lminisrration. of the ta y them. Their brutality and har-ht, • s- ■ * 1-titut.ed a crowned insult of a* -e; -the grossest, that could tie billie ti- 0 n the people at such a time. The gov cr’ '< i’ "annted itself on the peace 1 *■ i off ' **t there were six times ' c ore cen there than in Englan* i ai. ' " i * . The British tax- payers pan! over rf a [Ilion and a half pounds VI1# Iv to tire Irish police to assist lf I* oil qui - rents for landlords Th*' Et g'i-li ana 1 ut:ish landlords met their t‘“ natiG fair!'.' a rid had rot found it neees-a ry ti- I p ; a a : f policenp'tl to eol- Ie* t Hi* ir r** it.s. 5 ** tlu British land- Tile I4rutherh<*o«l >11**ting. Nkw York, Oct. 21.—Th*- brotherhood of l>a-e bai! players a’ a meeting ! this morning drew up a comm un 1 ation 1 addr* -s**d to the player-' league directors I expr**ssiiig contin**!!* ** in what* ver action j that body might tak**. The league, at i it- meeting th:- afternoon returned a i complimentary reply, .lohnsot of C!**ve- J land, chairman of *h»- c*>niini’t**e on conference, with th** jepre-eufative-cfi iii** national league an*i American Assoria-i tion r**ported thai a number of the meet- I ing- had J men held but re* final or post- * we agreement had Le* r**a«-h**«i ex* **pt that each body had expressed a wish t<* j meet upon some common and -ati-fy i.g ground in order to prevent difficulties emi*arrassment in the mirional gam * con;Tn*>n nam** was agr*-ed up"?;. Jo* that of the “Fnited League.” This port was accepted and th** commute) strut ted to contin?!) deemed *t :tdv:-ab'**. The Players’ leagu erhood men, Irwin, to their committee : **t sin na- y I ti*>n- wa- I following t elected: President:    I lineton. i Vice Pr -id**! j ing.’on co .Tit;.: j son county; Ro | country: ii. Sc* I Hon. A. IF the ina- H: ( na- IP unty; linty. "'■* r*-' igton. T’reas J. abr '•ft "iou t Howe ! ’it-ruiii! E. Mr •J. John J;*-. Downer, XV. Burnette s,oun. Van AV; • lire!; tint v: s no cl A Ct cKath s ing a s. Gilman the .-hi rn ne; He found a tie* latter Harn**d. d*-; on the he stonni' g a* C \? druck arn.:•*. r -ame -pc,t. th" e -tones a*id im**. There Lh >ert>< .fifth rator-A. Ha! aped a on. tt’h w miles w stool enter** lying i we-* rn *r ). ll bouse Ham ,r- ! escap t vv a ti him Th) the •gained im* R) *r 5v. in, Bur! Bn. 11: Cl A lid, re- in- Director of >iate A-P. Robb, Burlington. \ FTRKX)** UN The convention r afternoon at th** Firs: wa- addr**"***! by B v. es pond until ii a >nve ■UC cav trou bl * row as always claimed with the player is the Fnion the Natl"ti;! lama This tonfe leae* ma ** Brot! i Ward. • > Ira BH I ga Mc b rn: cure to-rn or neotile hay** thev wo Id never confer an 'or*!-lor*i-grant pu bl ii o-; rn" ' : * had. lf the a general ** opinion woul NOT A GHOST. ic* nee* Iiiliousne etc. Pill dru mrod by Allies Sampi**- free store. at Kfleet .-I tl*e    ,!ir‘n    1    i1"’    ,, On*.. <>"'    2!.-Camph*«* p. iniiiion uari:un*p* ' 'or Pore on business ay?* tariff law is-already \ Sensation OTTA VV A member of the Kent, <tntario, who is with lh** customs department new Fnited State It oiitstrips them all, Salvation < (ii, tin* co at pa in-float rover. Price only 2-5 cents. For t he iniacri* a of cold nae I)-, tin’! sConjh Syrup. Th** people’s remedy. 25 cent.-. TI*e ••Spiee” Arrives safely. Nfw York, Oct. 21.—The new North German Ployed steamer. “Spree." about which some anxiety has been felt, artiad been deem th" At-new machinery. Ad ;|‘ nc?w world. "“'“i I'Y;,*,.,, t0N, Oct “Admi.-,* p.' ;,L~J-n,‘r,‘    ,)0 he i„.ffff !l -!‘r condition to- -Th"i -- “Ut* Inn    -    ~    tondimuu    I fulfily7ff?V,‘I,;‘‘nt a’Gained yes-*"j ""stained. P‘>Dt!*it tn»n Figures. 0oT- 21.—The census 1 Faiff    population    [ •"Ow. or'w5.!to'A ,0*15** «« J par eerjt. The 1 injuring trade iii his dis*! u Tin-king of rn' dicin* s—H‘’o<IL ^’j^J'other It conquers scrotuln, -alt i " ■ blood diseases. ____________________ airs. Cleveland pressed the Rut ton. BI r MT N <; h A m , A la., OC t.J1. -- rho star fair began yesterday was started by Mrs. pressed a button at setts.    __ . ff *rV Heeolifun’k I’ll** machinery Cleveland, who Massachu- Lenox, I'rrAtr*! Ht LeMitrs hy an Idle Story. LaMars, Oct. 21.—The other night ......       ^ great excitement was created by the re- j rjV),rj safely to-dav. She port that Mr. Null, who died a few days | jayod by tremendous storms urn in his wagon while being driven horn* ; lantio and accidents to her from StriMeL bad not been burl.*d but aTraisod *'[* in bi* uoran. Th- coroner wa, interviA. and said tin,* he had sen,, th*1 man as be lay in the coffin with the bd fastened down. and further inquiries have failed to verify the rumorand't -uJ)posed the story was omy to.d create excitement and surprise. railroad matters. Case at Diarrhoea, Dysentery, Clioleni. Flax. Maguire’s B**nne Plant, for nearly 50 years : the infallible cure. Thousands of testimonials; : indorsed by the Western Sanitary Commission, i U. 5. army "Iticerg, hospital phj sieians. steani-loat officers, etc. Taken in time * sure »re- ] w,.ptivn ti* 4 3io*lhnho',i.Q - than the Irish land-g(»v**r anent would fiction th** "tat" of ii prove the country was won over *" horn*: rule. (in this groai question fi Ireland, Gladstone concluded, the ins: fortresses of Hie history <>f opptc-'-ion would go down before th" liberal-’ a’bn 'i fie speech was re- * o.eived w th enthu.-fi-.srh* cheers. THE TIP PLR ARY TRIAL. Lin Court Prep'* «■•* *< Summons Katfmir KeCiirdin'x ?()“ New Cast Ie Speech. Tii'i-K"\i:v , Der. 31.—The trial of the; defendan s for con-pit^arcy was resumi*d , ,o-day. During tin* discussion between j Counsel V. IL Dillon, of the counsel for ti*.** defendant' -aid he wished that the tribunal before which th** case was being tried was a superior instead of a magi*- ? t rales. If such was th** case he would I . hare" Balfour with contempt of court , for Iii- recept utterance- ai New Castle. Michael O’Brien, one of the defendants, asked that a summons be i--u**d against Balfour comm ling him to appear before th*? court and stat** under oath what he said at New Cast **. The court declined t to issued th) summons declaring that it reftis. I to b>* the medium for anything 1 illegal or improper. David bi h ce hey, one of the defendants. tool par’ in tho discussion and mad*? remarks which were considered by the magistrates as a contempt of court and . was accordingly committed to jail for a j wick. \ ropnsed Ret ahat i<*n. Yu xx \. Oct. 21.— A proposal hasbeen -Wi nn !**d to the lower Australian dict to incr«*a-o the duty on American weav-* r- -f> "bs in retaliation for the McKinley law. Mow Severe Col*?- ar** ltrob**i* Ia> in "NI.»n_ tuna. From th*Virginia City (M*»nt. Madisonian. When vve tim! a medicine we know to possess genuine merit, we consirer it a duly. and vv.* rake plea-.;re it: !«•;! Jig th** utibii" wha’ iti-. Sin it a medicu,** we found Chamberlain's < augh Remedy, ;t"t winter, when la grippe was ptcva lii.g. We arc -atistied that we war fi*d off -< v-**ral attacks that were Hic at"ni: g by tile us** of this svrup. and w" hav<* -inc** relieved, in a few hours, -ewre colds, and in the course of two or three day-, entirely broken them up by • * - use. a-have several o'our friends to whom «* have ri*<‘omin«*nd* *i it It .- aff Gnu it is represented to be Jiy til** maiiiifa* tur**r>. If you have a cough aud want to stop it Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy v. U do th* work. For sale bv druggists. > ,<r *. v. v fit* of the Sabbath in Eden. as statute given 1 served aud r**-e committee on r* morning repor tions whi' h wet Whekkas. Til** tien—s day suer* appointed for th** of I** ii; a ml Whereas, it j r*s*ogni/,nl by ei\ -tat)*-; and W nKUK . The n< wr.tt* ti in th* const ti)*nat anti ir rat ion a tucson *»t' s)*‘**! and s Whereas. Evany* generally ann cfi that th i-th** t'hristain ".-*ti!>at -cia * <1 in church HH*! in VV I* I ti KAS, Th* - ii! many way- h> individuals, by an*1 bv the national government Wc.fi v. ll, First. That iv* I* ni of Sabbath <!* -ceration by til** sr* men? n the sunday man -*"* * ;, * j ail    citizens to unite in d* ti: urats I >b:. rh >tatu • s.-ity tution iaptist church and Dr. Crafts of N**w "arned exposition as revealed by s}ice1 a I and as chorist. Th** feted in the wing resolu-fi v adopted. ivinc institu-worship.— fi t< and gi« >r\ : list!r ♦ 11 st arU i tie ablmth rc-t i< : creatures rain tin* const an ai i.'hnstendo ■ til"-! ,1*1% * an.! -bo* oat* a J h TV t in* na Believe **r v corr**-Times-ll si preme *■ < - a v ■ ■ s a v -iocali'y where ti coincides now. a-he unar.imou- * the defendant's -idere<i the ca-* Jury, the grand Bretner * o ti rv. Ria k Hawk c rn verdi, t of guilty blooded a b i Ie criminal annals. and people, r st unshaken aiel iii: Clo ARI I TF. Cf it sanity came be commissioner- 1 that of a vt . ii ope rat : ing let I of the GFF ’he M -peas *n in I'Oil pm A Wav- in’ ffowr, ■ h> ;*tei ire Lh urv and the tv The everv urv itch ha- -rhe corol • trial ’"ry trial jur; odium of th n 'S’ *1- a- pron* • ' i got' ti moved." A / V.— fore ti he ct -A Diihtii r dav ann -• erat' <1 rn jim ati of that eiiv w rs to Rev. Fat cathedral, th* f The church it In hi- letters h*- oomn u reform- which hi* think- a rh** voting man vt- md the ca charge ry jury •ndant, -ase *>f county It was ding teiegrap!i has been w rit-Bt rke. pastor niug to take cif md reform it r-er’aiti needed, edrai th** JIO J c: iiidi iu •ut .*( ,n<* tic I'haf s- *1 Hill en*t us t ■ t>uf that w Christians on the ire in petitions iseoininuc -in tl press iip*rn i* incotisis- :id of uslng I Ii* A Ouestlon for s d.(leis From tin* ()-ka!i»osa Herat*!. Do you wish th" nation ’n keep its promises lo the men who kept it.- -'ag aloft, or would von have it 'cave them to the tender merries *ff poor ooh-*- and private charity-1 The reput Lean policy takes car*1 of th** soldier -the demo, ra,;*‘ policy don’t do it. You vet** for the -tidier every time. The Way <>t I* From the Phlla<!eiphl.*i Pre--. Workingmen are celebrating th* pass age of a tariff law which increases their wages, while rich men denounce tin* a*-I because it increases the price of imported I clothing, fine cigars and champagnes. Kelson (hie** a Mile iii ‘4:10 3-4 Cam HUI ix»K City, Iud., Oct. 21.- -Th* pins For & - -'The -night An I important <iraiu Switching Des Moines. *Sp"cialto The Hawk-Btk.) n,„ ‘Moines, Oct. 21.—The railroad ■ missioners this morning turned over i a” Attorney General Stone the documents T. A. CnnMwb*™ vs th. stallion Nelson to-day lowered his record, making a mile in 2:lt);fi. ( ast Kpsort *»f the Ship Owners. London. Oct. 21.—The executive of th" ship owners federation is organizing a scheme providing for the simultaneous laying up of their ship'-at all ports as a final resort against the exactions of sea-■ en s and dock laborers* unions. Whitt Wh <>!es;«lers -ay. From til" Pittsburgh ChrnnU fi*-T**fi-jrrHpl-.. Now wholesalers "ay the McKinley tariff bill has not advamd prices. On the other barid, ii has increased th** demand. I.mutter Made Cheaper. From the Buffalo Commercial. The reciprocity clause in UieMcKin ey bill will accomplish much. It. hascau-e*! the Canadian govert.tnenl I** remove the export duty from pine logs already. It's Hail lr ii o ii gh to fool away one's precious tim** in « xp**ri-inenting with uncertain medicines, when one is aflli«‘t***i, wit hoi»r tieing out of p*>ek<-t a-%vell. Theonlj medicine of its * :,i«s. sold by the druggists, posscssisi of such positive cora ti vc properties as to warrant it- umnufactur-in guaranteeing it to cure, or money paid for it ret urn eil, is Hr. Pierces'- Golden Mi-iieai Discovery. For all liver, blood and lung dis-! eases it is specitic._____ —Hear Harry Dimout! at the Methodist church to-night. Y M. C. A. course. Advice to Mothers. Mrs. Winslow’s Soothing Syrup should s -wavs be uBed for children teething. It -(Y'fq -the"child, softens the gums, allays all pail', curve wind colic, and is the best rqne'v ’*>r THtirrVowa T^p,oT»t sr .4* "-a nor h» a A llano!**** Duel. Caris, Oct. 21.—A duel between Paul D* roalede and M. Reinach growing out of a debate in the chamber of deputies yesterday relative to the action of the i T.*»r j to railroad corporal I service and n*a only i th* conseicnees of *• I tency of owning atis k in I roiid cars on i Iii Snbtiath Third, l’hat b(*iiev ng th" Sunday pa tier t** tic oui* o' th* th* chief ta* i*!i- in the-en)la* wit Iou of tin "* bhat fi %v* > vnr*--our un pm lied condi'tnnation of all Sunday pap*"- am! pr**ss upon the con-eiencc- of af! Christians ' the duty »>!'iii-i*ounfi*ii;*ncing it" such papers ! in every way. Fourth. That as (’hriatisn- w** wit! ever I cherish a-l#s‘p e*»nviction the smi t .tv •»! I ; the Sabbath Jind in our several position- w j b, word slid act s* * k to commend it to a1! men j a- “a tlelight. the holy of Hi* l<ord and hotior-1 able." 5. That w unit * in a petition to the direr-* tor- of the Columbian F. q« -ition to !»• B»*•.! in * .’hie:* go in 1-Tl nor t*< per" a tin* exposition to b**op%*ned on til** Sabbath an*! for the follow, ing rests*ms. 1. Ib-eau®** we 1***1!**% .* if is the will of the Creator that one «la% out *fi s«*v* n of uu.nfi time tie d«*v*>t**d i*> rest and to worship. 2. Recau-e regard for the institution o*the Sa I a ia th ' - ii' **n; > til I >* ti ted o tile if** and in -atitutioi's *>f the American pi-.plc, as la wit neased by the laws of the -tat* s, th** usages of h' r «*onrts and U-gistaturcs, and th** pre%'ai!ing praetieeof li»-r pcopi*-. :%. It>s*aus. such ie tion won'? fie in aeenrdan-ce wit ii nil th** Im -* pr* cedent s in our ti ist * try, th** Cl ut nnia! * xbibition.tt • importar t I*ski exposition- o' Pitts -urgh. * inetiinai i, st. Loti is. :*n*i Detroit, and th* American departments in the exposit Yn* at Vienna anti Pat s t tie cloning fit' wh < ti ast on if*,, -..bhut ii w as recommended in a sptciai lertt*’- of gr. at Interest from the hand of Secretary Blaine. 4. Because the coming expos.tion ought to repr«*s* nt American in-frtation- aud rte lit* of the Ani*-:can p**«-pS**, tairly un*4 tr»»tht'*i*:> to the world, and an ••%; ~ tfi>n v% hn h rt,-r gar*Is th**Snbtiath w*mid be ;ais** an<1 *ifil**ad-ing as to tho ti e* charact**r of our instil ut ii .na. 5. Because tim opts a: t< cours** would tnak** the e\|s>sHion a iM»w**rfu: lever to subvert American institutions m ’hi- respect,to over-throwth)- ia%% - and change the usages ut our government, ann to alter the currents of our social life, to th**jitijur> of moral- anil religion ti. Because the right to the Sabbath r* •’ which is one of til** in.*«< lrnp<)rtant and precious right- of man, would ti** ini' id**d during Go* who! ■ *■**uI’—*1 ot th" e\po- tion in tin ch-* of multitudes of employed and oilier-. 7. Because, for ihe.-criaisoiis.au expos-tion %vnieh lii-reuards th**-atit nth will be regarded ! with disfavor tty gr*a* niuititud s of christian j i itiz«*ns who will b* const rat tied to withhold I them sympattiy and ro-cp* ration. - Becau.-c tin* Alw- o? th**-tat of Illinois forbid (simmon labor on the Sal>t»»th. atid it i-: not rigid or %%•;-*• that it great national «titer-; prise should set itself in *>pposit ion to the !a%* s I of the stat** on whose soil it is held. (ether Jay and inquired if at v Cie?: ha*' been D*« elvftfi f* *T *- M: -I * *    ll*    % rot>- . M • th** conf* s-iet a] and de* .ired til s' tfi** pope wa- a- bad a* • -si vc ciga ; lunacy h from I ov.*r K,.t... r thought the *‘HI I se f\ iv r>e s.-ic ; any of tji( •etie -Ttioki pc He : he asylum )l(*ril 'X in. \Y for y. •ars wo* have J’ New I> - *.. erv fo K ng - New Lite I1 Sa ei* and Eleetri never ■ hand!* •ii r»*in" or t ii; if have given - t ion. We ii' • * not ! ti I** in every time, a refill! id the i > anlia—' Dr Bi:' be-i •III* I lf** - <lo not • * - have y on ihei t; '- Arn nd ha ■naran ready *. Th FO. Hen KY at (si . !)n D» iiiMi nti an*! Fri* es. Ft*>m the Gate City. The men who shape rh** policy of ’he deni*>erail* party alway- make it go he** each new campaign trying in -cine way to hurt He* busine-* aud people of the I ni;***! State-, lier** wa- a most ic -per-our fall. Fri***- good for ’ii*1 farmer-and large demand for a!! ih*-tr product-. Trade a a departm* nt- g*x<d. Town md <-!ty wer* sharer- wi'h the country i i the general briskness and prosperity. Trade ev**ry w h>*re wa" being done on a slightly re r g market, which is the ac-cepted axiomatic condition of good tones lh** world over. Now th" democratic par’y am! pr*--- ire trying to break down ’h - prosperity aud re *    »h*< rea son'- huskies- by trying ’ * din re* cain-i paigu clap trap into popular tie bef that the {fools of the merchant- Iii**? beep mad** so dear that people cannot afford to buy. It is a Ii** Every one who will in-. vest'gate price- know- ■*    - r ot true. Yet democrat ii ; v. *r- thai get their b v I itig by the adverti-ia? patronage j merchants ar" trying day a'ter dav j drive people away from these m-r-har and break down their trade. OI Adopted the ,I»|»anees Way. From the Ccilar Rapids Kepiiblican. In Japan love-making is done by ,    ... means of middlemen, much as -he den.- ! . J.b? ev.-m..* -    which wa- a? ocratic party in iowa wane- republican*! j ^ f |B 1'? "?’’ 7V'hur,',' a,‘'' “    "",c0 F  _____K    i    petter attended than the previous -*•-- t* t-«r« is th,- piirMst snfi rip*** Mint* nrisde I sSons, ani: was addressed by Dr. Oaf J s in ••T<* cure and prevent chitting of the -km.” -ava a w**ll known phy-f« an. “«Tan— th** -kit ear* futh w.th a «*•:» moistened-p n/*-. an*! th* ti a tipi y something that will pr* vent friction. Dry po%v*i"r- ar** in si; if si* ut t*e-cause they do not furnish sufficient orot«*ct!on to the -kin. For in*>st -kins a bland ointment will furnish th. best protcctbm. The cubr** -nrface sh***>!*! h* arr* ared %vitn it. Pond’s Extract •)intin*,nt is perhaps rn.* >.**-». ti j-mi di)' anodyne aiel s<a*th!ng." ;

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