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   Burlington Hawk-Eye (Newspaper) - October 22, 1890, Burlington, Iowa                                Trifloy ro Hcglstrntlon e you BeiristoreaT pS AKE TREMBLING for Western Tariff are scheme Tliolr Pan to OiMi Oorrj ered j to The y congres fn that time t bis licks must be put s are beginning to show rainic Their committee here as not as yet been ac c Itself except in the pro coupiracy to inflate ic leaders have calculated ISetnirtycizht seats the democracy is dependant on to J tuc thirteen Inch are ex d tie result of tbe gerrymanders Indiana aud Kui K wln be in a majority in tne without any work or they have reckoned ihsse fiftyone republican seats they ould not possi B eiiOMh of their northern eiioti farorive them of the control of l Tinfact explains Tlll an m Till taictivity of Chairman Brjce aud Eoccnt how id these astute politicians Thev made the dis nen tanff Uw is not so intnevvestas they supposed Jjelore the tariff bill neAspapers were full of list it offered in the nairo frrnci Jhe English folly perceived that it is not 10 advocate free trade in on the candid ground that I cnricb tlieir own mamifae o their later arimmentb for the alleged iltbr Amritan farmer They nicd many columns denouncing bill because it is going yrerifli the agriculturalists of Vy have said that the are on tlie borders of a revoln git they are getting down are getting to do some The demorratic mana ity persuaded theniselves ihat tales were and when ipaiiu began they undoubtedly to seethe west hoi over with lit the new After wait vain for sis weeks for Q of a revolution they reluctantly to the pain that it is not lid occur and that unless they want out of their boots they ite arrangements to steal more mthey had at first tavfi convinced Themselves that Tjl of seventy millions of sugar the placing of goods on tbe free jch were last year imported to the iolthree hundred and fifty on binding twine the high wool and the putting out of products from the Ameri Mtket are provisions which so far the American farmers to return republican con the west iu even greater than This has within the last three days change in theplans of the dem indthey are now making arrang io prevent the return of a single ton from any southern The congress contains twentythree Tn any re lor the result of the balloting on ibeMth southern certificate e made out to a Tills rw discussed by tbe democratic jers before eoiiirress but tandoned it for two reasons alley counted on that ridiculous revolution against the and MKpht it wouldnt because they feared it would fcthepassage o Lodge elec next December as au repuWiiSii They rod to avoid an extension of ballot bos frauds if they into without the danger of losing Every southern certificate i wily yielded to a republican was apinsi the necessity of a i election and they hoped light be able safely to give such it in sufficient numbers to allay hern demand for tbe Lodge is now delinitly They foresee that tbe rc in the west is to be com Kd overwhelming and orders have Qed to their southern leaders quarter must be civin to the leans In any southern population of state or South Dakota is Increase or 233 0 WEDNESDAY OCTQBER 22 1890 15 CEKTSPERWEEK GOVERNOR CAMPBELL SMILES The Ohio Legislator Conclude lo Rccoc llln honsa this morning adopted a resolution as tha of the body that no slight or insult was intended on the part of the house in the refusal by tho speaker to accept the message yesterday morning and appointing a committee ta call upon tho governor and request that his mes sage again be sent to the The governor complied with the The message recommends that the legislature pass a law providing that a nonpartisan board of improvement for Cincinnati to be appointed by the and that the election was to be held in Ho scores the lobby which he says has been here from Cincinnati in the interest of the present board of improvement and says their open declaration they are controlling tbe legislature ought to be sufficient indication to that the board is in bad repute and should be abolished at ENOSMTJS Whtdo local paper pub lishes the abstract of a letter received by President Palmer of the national worlds fair from Secretary of the Treasury relating tn the expenses of the and which was read at todays meeting of the executive The secretary states that of the ap must be used in the construction of a government building For the fiscal year ending June there is appropriated jointly for expenses ot the commisMou and the of the government board of The government board has estimated it will need leaving for the use of the The secretary tben shows that the salaries for officers and other expenses the commission has disposed of of this and that the expenses of the meetings of the execu tive committee now in session and of the meetings of the commission to be bold November 15th will bring a total of leaving only to run the commission till The sec retary further says he has hesitated as to the approval of the resolutions of the commissions fixing the salaries of its Among these are the president of the per annum WO vice chairman of the executive com employes in offices of the secretary and If I were u give my individual uninfluenced by the acts of your com says the I should not hesitate to decide that the amount named by your commission for salaries for its principal officers is greater than that probably coutemptlated by congress in estimating the amount neces sary to carry out the provisions of the The amount of money already ex pended and the expenditures in contem plation by your commission prior to contemplates so large an amount that it presents an additional reason why I should not approve the compensations mamcd were 1 alone re sponsible for the You will observe that your salary list for the years and ISM without further increase of amount to or about oneseventhi of the en tire sum of monev outside of the cost of government buildings which is fixed as a limit of expenditures growing out of the 1 have grave doubts in view of the facts as herein whether I ought not to return the reso lutions submitted by your commission for revision as to the amount of compensa tion to be paid your On the other hand 1 dislike to set up my own personal views in opposition to those of the members of the commission who familiar with the matter at issue than 1 therefore reluctantly ap prove articles 15 and 10 of your bylaws and beg leave to suggest in this connec tion that great care be exercised in au thorizing further expenditures to the end that your commission may not create a deficiency for the ensuing fiscal Immediately after this communication was read Commissioner of offered a which was declaring that all standing com mittees be instructed not to meet before the next session of the commission unless directed by the Five stand ing committees iiad asked the executive committee to but none of them will be authorized by the of Installed as Grand tlonailracnlouti Fro DenthA ISneolal to The HawkEye The fortieth annual session of the Iowa Grand En at Odd lows hall this morning with a good at tendance of v routine of members The regular business was Iheie were no changes in the constitu The follow ing officers for the en suing year were installed this afternoon Grand J of Bur ad high L grand senior of Knoxville grand of Burlington grand Norwood of Iowa City grand junior S P of Iowa The following offi cers were Tor grand patri L Winter grand high Uelamy grand juuioi Atlantic grand Garrelf Nnorwood Clark grand B Atlan tic The grand assembly of the Daughters of KebeKah met at seven this The degree work was finely exemplified by the de gree staff of Leach Grnnd Koon was Iniated into Odd Fellowship March in Iocomtuck lodge After passing the In the fall of the same he was made a member of the Encampment branch of the in which he acceptably filled various In he became a member of the Grand lodge and Grand Encampment at Removing to iu he de posited his cards in Washington lodge 1 and Eureka Encampment transferring his membership to those Three years in Grand Master Power appointed him district and in the year following he was reappointed by Grand Master Koonz was elected representative to the Grand Lodge of from the district 30 and was serving until the meeting of the Grand Lodge Iu During his first term he became known as a succeeding In getting tlie Grand Lodge to hold its session of in also serving on committees of mileage aud jtcr difm and During the same he met with the grand en and in 1SS7 was elected grand junior warden of that In 1SSS the brethren selected him for grand senior warden in 1SSU he became grand high and in 1S90 grand or presiding Koouz is thorur oughly posted in the laws and usages of Odd Fellowship and his experience in the councils of order and well known ability as a presiding officer will render him a capable and satisfactory executive of the Grand Encampment of AT DISTRICT COURT Important to Ite Court Special to Tbe ej I KS la Oct 21 jOcto ber term of the United Statedistrict of the southern district ofrlowa opened this morning in the C P Spiers charge At ten oclock he called tho case of Henncksvs the United States electric light an action to re cover because of violation of Among the Important cases will come up for trial at this term ara the damage cases against the Chicago and Northwestern railway in which plaintiffs in the eases P W Geo N A C A D John lohn et al C Hay W P Geo E and In all these cases c and C L Noune represent the plaintiffs ind Goudv and Ilubbard defendants The eases involve an enormous sum of money and will attract wide The following decisions were rendered n the supreme court today Woolen Mills company yd affirmed Johnston Tama Affirmed Deering tt Grundy County National Grun dy affirmed Newell 4t Martin Lyou affirmed Smith appel Taylor COLLISION AT Othr DUD A POOS Will HHV ami SnjjiMirt lier somewhat problem presents itself in rnii the death of the late Asso linioe to what is 10 be There is no son to Sho two married herself without s of It is stated fact by those in a position thn the wife nf the ereat LicrolnB will either a hoarding house or rent or m to make a iller left no other property of esccpt his house on Massa EBtt WASHINGTON I of IfliR ior 1 large 1Tal construction now in the building tiruis appears to embarrassing tbe builders il u Of supplies of Mclimnstbeof domestic pro lan number of steel works large castings re carry out certain designs is ex nmcd and they are pressed so that Cramp tlie navy department allowed to modify the designs sternposts for armored o niammoth steel cast to opcn UP a fied to other and hasten the riioniHS Killed anil lrMii KewiVH ScrlouA collision oc curred this forenoon on tlie Joliet and Eastern Outer Belt just west of the trestle between an east bound froight and a westbound gravel causing the death of Thomas assistant in iurinc four other David was badly injured internally and will Thomas Davis had a shoulder s legs were broken aud Welker was badly The Bremen of both trains jumped in time to save their The two engines climbed upon each other and were badly while a dozen cars or more are com pletely Tbe collision was caused by a misunderstanding of ISiirkliiis Ariilea The Best Salvo in the world for Halt Fever Chapped and all Skin and positively cures or no pay re His guaranteed to give perfect Palmer for building the two and have department that the idy for her trial will soon bo ap The ves rirm w be completed f M contractors are un pw da for everv ln tneir In States reports Ullllt J V J or money I rice 25 cents per For sale by KKiiuhllcau at tSpecial to The HawkEve J large enthusiastic audience of republicans were addressed here this evening by Attorney General George Perry U Gra ham and and Ilorr TVith Intense Special to The of Michigan and Governor Gear addressed the people of Louisa county today in two monster Horr spoke in the afternoon at the court completely tilling tbe large auditorium until standing room was at a He took up the question of the explained thoroughly the po sition of each party on this issue and took up the democratic stock arguments against the McKinley bill in regard to tin He appealed again ond again to any democrat in the house to show him au article on which the tariff had increased the and they failed to He then took up briefly the various other acts of the republican and closed with a brilliant of Governor Gear and his work in the and ex horted tbe people to stand by him at the The entire speech was constantly interrupted by applause and his witty sallies aud salient points catch ing the humor of the audience continu Democrats even pronounce it a great and many who heard II say it was the best they ever In the evening Governor Gear ad dressed a magnificent audience al the same which listened very attentively to his speech ol over an The speech was of the practical and convincing an1 accomplished a vast amount of Louisa county is thoroughly awakened with enthusiam for the candidacy of our energetic and loyal and will roll up an old time majority for him Never has organization been better made nor prospects so SAVED AS B A Remarkable Escape of un Iowa Fninllj Wliose Rouse Strnck of a re markable escape comes from the little town of in Pocahontas A Norwegian named Engeldwold Gabriell who lives at that had retired for the night a few evenings ago with his aud all were sleeping when the house was struck by lighting and almost completely The bolt struck the roof near tho ridge on the south It then and one after passing diagnally across the roof and tearing up about passed to the ground by the screen But the other bolt was more the roof to pieces on shattered tho raft ers and tore up the floor in the second aud passed on through to tbe Gabriellson and his wife were sleeping in a bed at the southwest corner of their bedroom Burlington and in volving nnjost charges lu switching grain cars in this The case is of considerable importance as It will estab Ish switching rates In this Will Adtauie the wastern freight association today decided to ad vance the from Chicago to Paul and Minneapolis by November it if pos sible from a basis of fifty cents on lirst class to sixty OHKISTIANS AT ttiotm Convention of the Church at Les Special to Tbe DKS six hun dred delegates to the national convention if Christian were present opening of the session this The report of the home missionary society showed tbe society working n The total num er of missionaries was sixtytwo and the amount of money collected The lome work being done under the state boards brings this up to a total of and three hundred twelve with results for the year of more than eighteen thousand new additions to the membership aud the organization of one hundred aud eightyseven new The church extention und begun two years ago al ready has Invested tbe sum of of suc ceeds Raius as secretary of this The delegates say tho growth of the organization is and that the government census this year will show them to number eight hundred thousand communicants in the United In 1SSO they ranked as the fourth body of Protestants in the This evening there was a memorial service in lonor of President of delivered the annual address and brief ad dresses were read by several other dele ORIGINALPACKAGE oufteit Wide Open lit South Dealers ualpackage houses here have be re opened on the strength of the recent Kansas decision The city officials will probably pass an ordinance licensing such AN IACKAOE Four sys tematic scheme on the part of the liquor men of Iowa to bring back the original package to legal life was discovered in this city A number of the men who were openly engaged in the original package business last summer received circulars purporting to come froui the secretary of the State Original Package Dealers The name signed to the circular was that of a prominent Council liluffs liquor In the name of the newly formed association every saloonkeeper was urged to con tribute liberally to a fund to be used in an attempt to secure au injunction n straining Iowa courts from prosecuting original package dealers under the old prohibition It claimed that the recent Kansas decision gives good grounds for such au TIIK PACKAGE STOtnc REED AT The Greeted by an Enthusiastic The Tarlir and KIndrVit Political and liorr at Wapello Hill 111 Gen eral Political Oct crowd estimated at eight thousand people assembled to greet Speaker Eeed this afternoon on the occasion of his fust ad dress in This city Is in Con gressman Cannons and who Is canvassing for Intro duced Mr Keed The famous wielder of tho congressional gavel spoke for nearly an He jumped at once In the tariff question and declared that a tariff bill concerns more than any other all the business interests of the country The no less than the fs a beneficiary of for that system that keeps American money at homo creates a market for all American products must enhance the prices to the tillers of the soil the same as to the toiler iu the Of what use is that everything be made cheap If a man has not got a dollar good would it do to offer you the whole state Texas for a pair boots if yon havent the boots Tin not be coneorneQT he about arise in prices If pruc go up as a result of general prosperity peo ple will have money to pay for The papers that so declared editorially contain advertisements of merchants on the next say that they are still selling goods at the old pnu s it the old stand Sp akt r Reed also talked election tiues c aring a popular irnment is the only safe government in this und that there is no republic in free vote and a whatever it may have done to the demo cratic Keed summed up the benefits of tbe legislation on the silver question and eulogized the legislation of tho present congress in pension mutters AT special train brought Speaker Heed to Blooming on this evening considerably ahead of the schedule He was greeted by a crowd of five hundred Mr Reed spoke about five saying in part It is not necessary now to add to tbe crushing fairu mortgages the raid of the shopkeepers in raising Do be the shopkeepers can not take your money from An effort is being made to make you buy today in stead of You will notice that prices have not gone up but are always going They ask you to come in out of a wet that will never Tho people generally are showing a good Yankcr rather I should a United States for I find the people in the west are as sharp as the Yankees Keed closed saying a few words in eulogy of the member of congress from this a candidate for AT Reed and party arrived this He was enthusiastically received and made an address to alarge audience at Sylvane lie was followed by Senator Cullom who spoke A reception was held at the National hotel after the which was largely GLADSTONES HOT The Kxrremler Opens the Midlothian Campaign tt addressed an aduience persons in the corn exchange at Edinburgh this he continued to eclipse all other The country now fnlly recognized that the Irish questions must be settled before The opponents of home rule had hoodwinked and de luded their constituencies by pledging themselves against promising local government and expressing them selves against granting larger advances of money to buy out Yet their first favorite measure after gaining power The local government was punishing thin and here was a proposal before parliament granting forty million pounds to buy out the A conservative admlnistra tion of the law was worse than the law The government itself was a per fect pattern of Its meth ods tended to provoke the peo Gladstone referred to the 1ipperary affair it was grossly bo to close the doors of a court house the The appoint ment of magistrate Shauon to try tho case was a gross If such tricks were played in England by a wantoness government against the Bonlangists In the course of Deronlede insulted took place at an early hour this Tho weapons used were pis Twentyfive paces were marked off by the seconds and the principals took their At the word Reinaeh flred but his bullet flew wide of tho Deronlede did not Tteinaehs second then proposed that the duel be continued but beronlede de clined to accede to the A Treated American named and two women named Condy and were arraigned in the police court today on the charge of robbing a jeweler In Cheapside of a diamond broach valued at It Is believed the prisoners are implicated in other jewelry robberies that have re cently occurred In London They were remanded for The Canton 21 Evidence obtained in a suit brought bv the Tlcmo Cantonal the government of arising from the embezzlement of one million francs by the treasurer of shows the embezzlement was Intimately connected with the revolt last Septem ber It is Signer the head of the Canotnal has docu ments compromising anumber ot Influen tial men in political iVTerrilile S vjr Oct 31 A ter rible tragedy occurred here this Mrs August Mehlm was walking down the street when Isaac Weiss suddenly rushed up and blow her brains out with a then immediately suicided with the same It is believed he mistook Mehlin for his who had recently left It is announced that the eldest daughter of United States Minister Thelps Is engaged to be mar ried to Von and that the youngest daughter is engaged to Baron Both gentlemen are officers of the imperial SPORTING SABBATH Meeting of theDistriet Association in this City Sumlay Open Ing of theColumbian Con of the State Sioux j Of a very way would be package bouses are beginning to open here in view of the recent Kansas de The city authorities are arrest ing the proprietors and fining them S50 a as was done before congress passed the There are at least 300 ilaces where liquor is but these iaces will be closed by the city author and only the respectable original ackage houses allowed to UratifyinR ta The hiffh position attained andline universal acceptance and approval of the pleasant liquid fruit remedy Syrup ol Figs as the most excellent lasawe illustrate the value of the quali ties on which its success isbased and are abundantly gratifying the California Fig Syrup It tore the west A Mavor Sent to Jail n j W for the n ln have lutcr flrst Mayor Patrick of this who was convicted of afsanltmg George Long Island agent of tho Associated was this tcnced to days in jail and fined SaU Torpid liver cured by Miles Nerve Samples free at Sampl two of their children lay on a bed on the with their heads toward a partition which divided the bedroom from the A young man named Jacob Hansen slept iu the room with his head toward the Tho cur rent passed under the com pletely demolishing the tore the bed to atoms upon which Gabriell son and his wife were and ripped out the siding and tho partition scattering the laths and any tilous escapes on aud can hardly be accounted NOT A Scneatlon drug KlVect the Tarin new United States tariff injuring trade in bis It conquers scrofu blood rheum Cleveland lreed the i bean The machinery fair began started by Cleveland who ed a button at Massacnu was pressed Por a 11 Vicll CIreated at Idle other by an nigh reat excitement was created by the re nort that who died a fewvdays ago in his wagon while being driven homo bad not been buried bu had raised up in his The coroner wat and said that he had seen W man as he lay in the cofnn lid fastened and further have failed to verify the and it I supposed the story was only told t create excitement and An important Grain Switching Case a Des Special to railroa of EPISCOPAL MISSIONARY hlrd Annual Oratifyinff Ke port From the Hoard of third annual ession of the Protestant Episcopal mis onary council began here Eighteen twelve missionary ishops and twentythree rep esentlng all the Protestant Episcopal hurches of the country weio he report of the board of managers tated a plan to erect a mission honse In Jew York to be the societys head uarters had progressed favorably and had been The otal amount paid in with interest for ccount of the missionary fund for the elief of disabled clergymen or their and orphans and the establish ment of churches and schools among the negroes and Indians is up to On the lirst of the contribu ious applicable for domestic missions appropriations for 175 or in excess of contribution o 1 of the previous The gross receipts of the society for the year amounted to of which were proceeds of The amount n the aggregate of contributions was of which was desis lated for domestic including work among the colored people and for foreign leaving at the discretion of the board which was equally divided between domestic and foreign It outstrips them Salvation the great Price only 25 For the miseries of cold use 8 Cougn Tbe peoples 25 The NEW new North German Lloyed abou which some anxiety has been ar rived safely today She had been de layed by tremendous storms on the At lantic and accidents to her new ma Maguires Bonne for nearly 80 the infallible Thousands of testimonials indorsed by the Western Sanitary army officershospital stearr boat Takenintlme a sum pre elson CAMUKIDGE stallion Nelson today lowered his record making a mile m Advice Wlnslowa Soothing Syrup should ai ways be used for children It eootb tse softens the allaysall cures wind and is the best remedy mini t remove such After the s of police misconduct at Mitchel own Tipperary it was impossible respf lie police or the f the law iy Their brutality and onstituted a crowned Insult f grossest that could e inllicte on tho people at such a he aimted itself on the eace in vet there were six mes more iiiimen there than in England and The British tax ayers paid over a million and a half ounds yearly to the Irish police to ssist in PolleetiiiK rents for be English and Scottish landlords met ieir tenants fairly and had not found it ecesary to appeal for policemen to col ect their Vet the land ords lost more rents than the Irish land ords If the government would rant a general election tho state of iublic opinion would prove the country was won over to home On this real question of Gladstone the lastfortresses of the his ory of oppression would go down before he liberals The speech was re vived with enthusiastic The Lexington First Race Five furlongs Pennroyal Carman One Dime third Second Race Six heats First Daniel Mary Mac third Second Wary Dauiel third Third mile and seventy jards Labrador Eugenia Jubilee third Fourth mile and onesix teenth Fayettee Catalpa Ban Chief third time JU46H Fifth and onehalf fur longs Response Laura Agnes Majeska third Sixth half a furlong Milt Young Tom Makin Leonard third The Washington was the opening day of the Washington Jockey Clubs fall meeting at Benntngs First furlongs Mabel Uallyhoo Lowlander third Second of a mile Leontine Cornelia Silence third Third furlongs Cerebus Mirthwood Adair third Fourth mile Belle DOr Bellwood Tanner third Fifth two miles Lee Christy McKenste Elphin third Championship Hull championship gume Louisville The Itrotherhood NEW brother hood i of base ball players at a meeting this Corning drew up a communication addressed to the players league directors expressing confidence in whatever action that body might The at its meeting this afternoon returned a eomplimentarv Johnson of Cleve chairman of the committee on con with the of the national league aud American Associa tion reported that a number of the meet ings had been held but no linal or posi tive agreement had been reached except that each body had expressed a wish to meet upon some common and satisfying round in order to prevent difficulties and embarrassment in the national A common name was agreed he that of the United This re port was accepted and the committee in structed to continue the conference if deemed it The Players league added three Broth erhood llanlan and to their This may make trouble in the Onion conference tomor row as the National leage people have always claimed they would never confer with the How Severe Colds are Urokeii Up In Mon From the Virjrima City When we tind a medicine we know to possess genuine we consirer it a and we take pleasure in telling the public what Such a medicine we found Chamberlains Cough last when la grippe was We are satisfied that we warded off sev eral attacks that were threatening by the use of this and we have since In a few severe in the course of two or three entirely broken them up by its have several of our friends to whom we have recommended It is all that H is represented to be by the If you have a cough and want to stop it Chamberlains Cough Remedy the For sale by an able and Interesting manner upon the Right to theSabbath will be continued i day and tomorrows Today the meeting will be held under tho auspices Iowa Sabbath and toinorr of the senttng North andif South Nebraska and Following is the ORDER OP EXERCISES FOaTODAT MORNING CQS The first annual convention ot the Sab bath Rest association for the First con gressional district of Iowa was held in the parlors of the Congregational church yesterday The meeting was called to order at 10 20 by the president of the John in opening the read abrief report of the work done during the past The association was organised at Burlington in aud had for its object the furtherance of the cause of Sabbath observance and the suppression of Sabbath Its ofhcerb were chosen from the different counties of the The hrst meet Ing of the executive committee was held 111 January At meeting were read two addresses by members of the The ques tion whether tho properdemands of com merce render breaking of the Sabbath necessary was discussed by and the taw of how to obtain Its observance was treated bv Scott Howell stated that Iowa had the best laws for the ob servance of the Sabbath of state in the but that the penalties im posed by our state arc not heavy enough to insure observance and advocated fur ther legislation making the penalty larger To this end a committee on legislation selected which resolutions to be presented before our but owing to the tardiness of that body in becoming the the subject was not reached during the last The executive committee in addition adopted resolutions to the effect that meetings be held in allof the towns of the district to be addressed by ministers and laymen for the purpose of arousing a strong public sentiment in favor of the cause of Sabbath observ ance and in accordance therewith au enthusiastic meeting was held in Bur lington from which it was and not without good that much good would After the president had read his re port tho made au informal report of the work done by him during the past He was of the opinion that much good had been accomplished in this city and else where throngh the efforts of the associa tion and urged its continuance in the Peter the re ported the receipt and disbursement of during his term of leaving the treasury in the same condition he found The vice presidents of the different counties reported as to the work done in their various localities during the year and the prospects and outlook for the in making the report of the board of spoke of the work being done by the various religious societies all over country toward effecting the observance of the Sabbath by the managers of the worlds fair soon to be held in Chicago remarking that many churches had passed resolutions urging the directors to close tho fair on and suggesting that this associa tion do The matter was re ferred to a committee on resolutions which the chair proceeded to TrumbuII and Midloclc composing the The next business before the conven tion being tho election of officers for the ensuinK a committee on nomina tions was chosen which presented the following list of who were duly elected President Bur Vice Presidents Wash ington county John Jeffer son county Robert Van Buren country Scott Lee county Des Moines county Louisa Secretary Treasurer Director of State Association AFTEKXOON The convention reconvened in the afternoon at the First Baptist church and was addressed by Crafts of New York who a learned exposition of the Sabbath of the Bible as revealed in as promulgated by special statute given under and as ob served and reenacted by The committee on resolutions selected in the morning reported following resolu tions which were unanimously The is a divine institu uay sncreil to ami to uppointeu for the srcoii oC man and the Kory ot God and It Is also a civil institution so by civil statutes In nearly nil the states tnd The necessity or Subhjith rest is written in the constitution of all creatures ra tional and and even in the consti tution of steel and stone and Evangelical Christendom is verv 1C 00 Opcmnjc report of offii cers and appointment of uoraml II Irwin of AFTEUXOOC AT XJO by 2 45 iw Address by or Sew York Ueport fov John General Crafts and other make ihort HAWKEYE Bur Peter Bitrling THE TIPPBSARY y njrreed that the first dmof the week is the Chrisjtain Sabbath and should be so ob served iu church and in state and The Sabbath ia desecrated in many ways by by corporations the national government therefore Court Proposes to Summons ISalfonr Kefrardinjc His Now Castle trial of the defendants for conspirarcy was resumed oday During the discussion between Counsel of the counsel for defendants said he wished that the before which the case was being ried was a superior instead of a magis If such was the case he would charge Balfour with contempt of court or his recent utterances at Michael one of the asked that a summons be issued against lialfonr compelling him to appear before the court and state under oath what he said at New The court declined to Issued the summons declaring that it refused to be the medium for anything illegal or David one of the took part in the discussion and made marks which considered by the magistrates as contempt of court and was accordingly committed to jail for a A rroposed proposal has been submitted to the lower Australian diet to mcreasu the duty on American weav ersspools in retaliation for the McKm ley Last Resort of the Ship executive of the ship owners federation is organizing a scheme providing for the simultaneous laying up of their ships at all ports as a final resort against the exactions of sea and dock laborers A Question for From the Oskuiloosa Do you wish the nation to keep Its promises to the men who kept its Hag or would you have it leave them to the tender mercies of poor houses and private charity The republican policy takes care of the democratic policy dont do You vote for the sol dier every The tTay of From the Philadelphia Worklhgmen are celebrating the pass age of a tariff law which increases their while rich men denounce the act because It increases the price of imported fine cigars and What From the Pittsburgh Now wholesalers say the McKinley tariff bill has not advanced Oh the other it has increased the de Lumber Made From the Buffalo The reciprocity clause In the bill will accomplish It has caused the Canadian government to remove the export duty from pine logs Its to fool away ones precious tiuie in experi menting with uncertain one Is out as The only medicine its sold by the possessed ot such positive cura tive properties as to warrant Its manufactur in it to paid for It Piercess Golden Medical all Uver blood and luaif dis eases Itis Harry DImond At the Method ist church duel between Paul Deroalede and Reinaeh growing ont of a In the chamber of deputies yesterday relative to action vof s the 4 Adopted the From theCeuar Baplds In Japan lovemaking is done by means of much as the dem ocratic party in Iowa wooes republicans thfl purwt will bwrtRORP That we deprecate the fact of Sabbath desecration by the freneral govern ment in tbe Sunday mall service anl call upon all irond to unite In flfuiandliiK Its dis That we use all our efforts to se cure the cessation of all railroad trallic on the fjords Day and to this end unite In petitions to railroad corporations to dlscontlnueSiich service and not only so hut that we press upon the consciences ot all Christians the inconsis tency of owning stock in andof using rail road cars on the That believing the Sunday paper to be one of the the chief factors iu theseculari of the Sabbath we express our unquali fied condemnationof all Sunday papers and press upon the consciences of au Christians the duty of uscounteuanciu all such papers In every That as Christians we will ever cherish a deep conviction of the sanctity of tho Sabbath and in our several positions will by word and act seek to commend it to all men as a the holy of the Lord and honor That we unite In a petition to the direc tors ot the Columbian Exposition to be held in Chicago In 1893 not to permit the exposition to be opened on the Sabbath and for the follow ing Because we believe It is the will of the Creator dayout of seven of mans time bedevoted to restand to Uecauae regard for the institution of the Sabbath is deeply imbedded in the life and in stitutions of the American as is wlt nessedby the laws of the thousntres of her courts and and the prevailing practice of her X Because such action would be in accordan ce with all the best precedents in our the Centennial the Important local of and and the American depart ments in the expositions at Vienna and tarto theclOKlnjcof which last on the Sabbath was recommended In a special letter of great in terest from the hand of Secretary the coming exposition ought to institutions llftr arid truthfully to the and an exposition which disre gards the Sabbath would be false and injf HS to the Because the opposite course would make the exposition a lever to subvert American institutions in this to over throw the laws and change thfr usages of our and to alter the currents onr social to of morals and re Because the right to the Sabbath rest which Is one of the most Important and preJ clous rights of be invaded durimr the whole course of the exposition in the case ofnmltititdes of employes and for an exposition wnlcb disregards the Sabbath will bo regarded wittidisfavor by great multitudes of Christtatt who will constrained to withhold sympathy and S Because the laws of the suite ot Illinois forbidcommon labor on the SabhathC and notrlght or wise that agreat national enters prise should set I tacit in opposition to the laws state on is A DisArroESTrxrj correspondent says the yield of corn is very disappointing in that section of southwestern Farmers who con fidently thirty bushels to acre are finding less than twenty ting into the Feeders are picking up all the old C3ruthey can findae twoAO and three cents above the market as the quality of the new is so poor doctors and state board of health are not on the best of board recently declared membraneous to be of a contagions and rnled that eases shonld be subject 10 the samw restrictions as other contagious Many physicians ridiuile the rulings of the board and refuse to report asfes of this The officers of the board havu ignihed their intention to prosecute all physicians who neglect toproperly re port such LOVES good looking young German of about thirty years arrived in Marion two weeks and put up at the Farmers owned bv a widow named Freismger on thn shady side of Hewooed and won the landlady in an incredibly short space of Induced her to draw from the bank in to deposit it in a Cedar Rapids tucked the money away in his inside pocket and wended his way to parts leaving his young bride to mourn over the loss of both husband and Tire CormEBs Ot tumwa off ered a 510 prize to one who guessed the nearest as to the daily average and Treasurer Fentbn reports the daily average attend ance by at during the twentythree days that the palace was The guesses ran all the way from 491 to and the nearest this average was The next nearest was On the day that the MahaskaM to receive the president the ticket admissions were the nest largest day was September with PERSISTENT TRAIS night train on the Union Pacific due at Sioux City about ten oclock Sunday uight struck a pileof stones and ties that had beenplaced on the track about mile and quarter from Dakota The engine was considerably but kept the track an no one was The trainmen cleared the track and proceeded on their An honr later a freight train struck asimftar obstruction at exactly the same the miscreants having piled the stones and ties on the track a second There is no clew to the A CLOSE of narrowly escaped terrible death Saturday afternoonWhile pass ing a school house a few miles west of Harned saw smoke Issuing from the chimney and entered the He found a tramp lying on a and the assaulted dealing him two violent blows on the knocking him down and stunning The miscreant robbed his set fire to the school fastened the doors and Harned regained consciousness barely in time to crawl out of a window and escape The building was BELIEVE BILUNGS erly correspondent of the Marshalltown in speaking of the supreme court decision in the Billings savs Popular feeline in the locality where tbe crime was committed coincides as it has with the unanimous opinion of every jury of the defendants peers which has con sidered the towit The coroners the grand the trial of Bremer and the trial jury of Black Hawk The odium of the verdict of guilty of one of the most cold blooded and heinous crimes of the criminal as pronounced by jury and rests ugon the unshaken and CKiARETTE queer CHs6 of insanity before tbe Dnbnqne county commissioners the other It was that of well known yonng telegraph operator of that city who has been writ ing letters to Father pastor of the threatening to take charee of the church himself and reform In his letters he pointed out certain reforms which he thinks are The young man visited the cathedral thw other day and inquired if any communi cation had been received forhim from wrote JHchael over the confessional and declared his belief that the pope was as bad as any of It is thought excessive cigarette smokme is the cause of his He will prob ably be sent to the Merit We desire to say to our that for years we have been selling Kiniri Xew Discovery for KinsV Xew Life Bucklins Arnica Salve and TEIectric and have never handled remedies that sell as or that have given such universal satisfac We do not hesitate to guarantee them every and we stand ready to refund the purchase it satisfactory results do not follow their remHeshave won theirgreat popularity purely on their ami Gate The men who shape the policy of tho democratic party always make it go Into each new campaign trying in some way to hurt the business and people ol tho United Here was most prosper our good for tho formers and large for all their Trade iu all departments and city were sharers with the in the general briskness and Trade everywhere was beingdonc gj slightly rising wbjch cepted condition of good times the world Now democraticxjjfs party and press down this prosperity and ruin the i sons business by trying to din the i palgn claptrap into popular belief the goods of merchantshave b made so dear that people cannot afford It is a lie Everyone who will jjfccv vestigate prices itIs nottrnevj Yet democratic papers that get their Ing by the advertising merchants are trying day after drive people away from these merchant break down their traded The evening held in thajBaptlst church and was ranch better was by DrfCraJTlsJint f J To cure and prevent paytt welt known the eldn carefully a tind then apply something prev are cause they notrurnishsuulolentpmtectfonf to tho rFor will turnlsh the surface Extracl mltr 4 Ointment anodyne   

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