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   Burlington Hawk-Eye (Newspaper) - October 24, 1890, Burlington, Iowa                                ESTABLISHED VSMTERS m Will Ose the Former 1 Their Efforts to Will the IP JRiRhteous Oonttlet Against the World the Plegh aud the Democratic ISpecialto The HawkEjeJ is n that the democrats are frlghtcnec Soot the situation in the Thej irdly know what to make of The sure that the bottom was tumble right out of the republican ainpaign n every congressional distrlc eeatot the that they mad tactically no preparations for the con rjictsucli as Speaker McKin Governors Hen Burrows and others have Chairman 1 did draw on hii banking house in Wall Street foi to print his astonishing Find silvery which with great saga LltJ he has been industriously circular Mon i ana and other silver loving communities his friend Amos Cum nings scathing attack ou the Speaker find Senator Carlisles philosophlca itesis showing that Moses and Julius were both free The he a down among his gold bags with a Pon his cheerublc lifntesatisfied that the bomb and shot and the higher under the new tariff law the But something shaken him up at a great anc bat tne I1851 nas around Now York pulling the ol the importers A prom Itoent democratic manager who keeps a lookout for such and always bobs up when democratic iitoodle is heing put was in at Chain alsius last After cursing the JcEfaley bill for raising the tariff on the champagne he was drinking he gave time hints of Flowers success at money The net result of this cunning claps confession was that three hundred thousand dollars had been When uas suggested that this was a good deal ol money for the Importers to put lie with a knowing bjhat he guessed theyd get it back from lie people on the other Its a lot he added to pay our expenses than to pay these re publican tariff And he is no Moobt right about When this con tversation at Chamberlains got to General Clarksons ears he remarked lie did not need such evi to prove that a big democratic fitorraption fund had suddenly come into I dont know who raised it or from whom it was coutiu but I have heard it dozen times within the last twenty to As things stand today the democrats are beat and they know only hope is to sail right in with their There is not a large pur vote outside of New York iOn the contrary it is wonderfully fjnt the majorities either way are also Caller in many congressional men sat iu the hist con gress on majorities of less than thousand in a total vote per district ol about thirtyfive so that oribery can affect the result materially if party is willing to employ that kind of a The democrats are now put ling out a great deal of They are showing signs of a newlyawakened They realize that their dast ardly conspiracy to create an artificial tut in prices has miserably and ritataii the western people begin precatc the new tariff they see that operate quickly aud Immensely to phelr Why just see what It Clarkson exclaimed warmly reduces direct taxation to the amount of seventyfive millions jo dollars and the people who are thus pelieved are the poor people and most of the western Indeed it does loom than If experience Is a good teacher the net effect of the McKinley MI will be by its lower duties of cods not largely produced in this coun iry and by its additions to the free it will remit to the people about one iradred and fifteen millions of dollars lasi year were paid into the public These remitted taxes were direct is they were duties on articles wherein there was practically no domestic competition and therefore lie duty was added to the foreign prices and finally collected prom ihe American The Duties on mat ping sisal grass aud hemp are fair psmples ol this aud it fell jftiatily on the poor All that the KMcKlnley bill has swept It has in the duties on what Fine Ipne fine pottery and a of expensive the great Jmjorltj of have never yet been WinuuMiturud in this J t Is now to give our people a chance to tuese and the duty is These are goods that the wealthy and there is so far as protective taxes the only the will bear this new sort is al by the foreign pro iears very lightly on the con t Upon a most liberal even if every penny of this new Vai t efM tue it would lortv millions to the gcn and that is far more than lle millions which are JMH irom the revenues by the repeal of The people arc Old of these t added These jacts that the democratic and I believe they are ieuiocratie boodle cannot over W the inipoteney of the arc now though I thcvl keep on lying just the they are built that way x main dependence is and nd of contest we cannot fol Tpee firsl pace il Doesnt PrinciPlcs and in the is impossible to our i M only tninS can do lhe honest Christian the land to the perform We can point to in the house as We can expose of the democratic methods to which We rest our A resl theirs on a dicction Our weapon is mktheirs is Nowlcts THE t Object in View iw committee of the Worlds Columbian met this The ob Prelin i Jpe ano tue S4 for that depart committee intends to 01 the features of the ex a letter was read from iinan the lncur expense unl which 1 arrange for the neces A motion was Bne arts selection of mana wnl M a oommlt w report to the mil commit tee In Chicago November is cussing the various matters i committee mcetl tomorrow WATERLOOS GREAT Fifteen Thousand People Enthusi ashcally Greet Speaker IT IS A GOOD ie any vince If Ot lhe Tufl U to law he finds it and not jo determine th questions affecting its legality I executing the McKIney tariff act as I flnd it and shall continued do unless a competent legal tribunal i supreme court tH It is not for to question the validity of hfii Denatures to the bill as neither is it for me to determine whether the bill signed bv the president did or did not In faft pass the lower house much less is it for me to determine whether tho omission of the tobacco drawback section or any other provision of the bill invalidates the law as a As I understand the act of October is a law of the laud My is and I shall execute its provisions to the best of my its constitutionality is a ques tion for the and until they decide against it I shall be governed by it as it Attorney General Miller positively do ilined to discuss the saying it woula be manifestly improper do so mless it came to him in an official wav Commissioner of Internal Revenue Ma son said It is not for me tosay whether or not the omission of the tobacco pro ision vitiates tho Being merely an executive officer of the I must enforce it as I find Anyhow he tobacco schedule does not take effect intil January so if congress desires to efund the two cents a pound on all to acco when the lawtakes t has ample time to legislate to that end No alarm whatever is felt here among he friends of the McKinley bill as to the Jgality of The prece ents of unnumbered an old and xperienced employe of the house said to leaves no doubt that the error fhother omission or commission in the nrollment of a bill passed by oes not vitiate any part of tho measure xcept that part to which the order re Captain chief of the cus oms recalls a somewhat similar Jise under the wool of The irlff act bore the date of the second of larch but congress extended the session f the second over to the so as a natter of fact the bill was not signed till bout noon of the fourth of The uestion arose whether a cargo that ar ived on the should pay a duty at ie oM rate as the bill was actually not gned unril after its or the new The case was carried Inio court which consented to go behind the public eeord and take the testimony of Presi eut Johnson himself as to when the act was A similar question of come up in connection with the IcKInley A copy of the act which to the president and was signed by im certainly bore the signatures of the residing officers of the two houses of certifying to its Mnust now be settled whether itbelaw ul to go behind this certification and scertain what was really the bill passed y the two 9EHERAL WASHINGTON Ktinor of ExrPreKident ClevelamtB rumor was urreut here this morning that ExPresi ent Cleveland had died lid iu New others In pon investigation it appeared there was o basis for the story aud that the ex resident had arrived iu Washington to rgue a case before the supreme hen tho story was called to his atteu on he said You tell my friends I ever felt better iu my life than I do at ils The Matter of IollticHl reference 0 the alleged activity of political asso especially among the employes 1 Civil Service Comrnis oner Roosevelt said There is ot the slightest necessity for any clerk o pay anything now unless he or she ishes We are sure no cabinet officer permit a man to be molested for to contribute to a campaign will welcome information rom auyone as to any effort being o matter how indirectly to force him to ubserlbe for political Claims Aguiiixt the annual rc ort of the court of claims shows the ag regate number of suits brought against ie government and pending Is about and that the war claims alone ow pendinsr are about Involving n aggregate of KlKliitjri Secretary lalne will leave Washington tomorrow jorning for where he will eak from that place he will o to Washington llaccs The third ays races of thn Washington Jockey ub were postponed until tomorrow on iccount of A KIR Meteor in rfew ho people here were startled by hearing distant report like heavy artillery ac ompanied by apparent lightning and nany believed it an Reports rom Bradford and Hillsboro Bridge say t people were alarmed by a ound resembling a large gun at a dis which proved to be caused by a neteor as viewed by witnesses who saw lie flash several seconds before they card the Gold Excitement in f people are flocking to the Arbuckle nountains where gold has been discov red in paying Quantities and every train s crowded with Murdered by 23Two Mexican sheep herders have been mur ercd and their bodies horribly jy Indians a few miles from A ossc is in uraiuyuiK The high position attained and the universal acceptance and approval of the pleasant liquid fruit remedySyrupol as the most laxative illustrate the value of the quali les on which its success is based and are abundantly gratifying to the California ig Syrup of Earthquake In Mlwoori CAPE of earthquake occurred here at were visibly County la IBpeclal to The I3eThe mighty crown nT with a crowd oi over one thousand at the to calls ho stepped upo the platform and made a few remarks Among other things ho said The idea of tne republican party is to take care thi Jff regular ovation at the park inis perhaps the largest polit ical gathering held In Iowa for from to Every county in the dis trict sent large It was a great way above anything ever attempted and exceeded all Under the leadership of Dowell president secy Lone treasurer Clancy the executive committee of the Young Men s Republican Club to the number of over one hundred and fifty left Dos Moines via the Diagonal at eight oclock tnis morning with representatives of veteran Tippecanoes and The delegation very numberiu several By the time the train reached over six hundred had jomedo tho excursion of the young hust lers from Des On arriving here headed by the famous State Baud of Des they marched to headquarters and lustily cheered Uendersouaud After dinner they acted as an escort to Eeed and other prominent republicans to the In the lead of the procession was the clubs banner and Through the line were scattered the following brought by the Des Moines club Tom Reed Can Count a Quorum in Republican Stars Xorth South Demo cratic American Adulterated Brockeuridges Cobden Kilgores Free Rum Historic Fig The Capital Dis trict Greets and other ap propriate In the rear of the Young Mens Republican club came representations from every county in tho third Cedar Rapids club of over one Butler Henderson with a and the Laporte City Republican club with a Dubuque sent a large del egation and a Among the distin guished Iowa republicans were Hender Judge balrman Christian aud When Reed came in sight of the park ie was greeted with tremendous ap After acknowledging the greet ng he said There seems to a good many of ou but I fail to see the sad poverty mort rage ridden farmer of Iowa whom the democratic party have advised me to look out I dont think he Is lere and so I shall have to address my self to the wealthy and bloated manufac turers I see before If you are any of you farmers It is evident that the dem ocratic papers have been lying about Tremendous Reed dwelt mainly upon tho tariff question aud handled that subject in a manner which leaves but little for the leuiocrats to crow Colonel when he followed was given a perfect Every ody cheered and hats went The crowd showed how they intended to He was freqentiy applauded and made one of his best Con gressman Struble followed Henderson in a short This evening the two opera houses were packed to the Speaker teed and Congressman Henderson made hort speeches at the as did also Farmer Congressman Sweeney and To take the hand of Speaker Reed to ear him to talk with him was a recompense for any outlay of ex ense or Those who were lere will remember the occasion as ong as life lasts aud if are any democrats left In Black Hawk ouuty their case is It was as good as seeing a Those who anie over the Diagonal with the Des Moines contingent helpedto make the meeting successful In no little The officers of the club marched the ainous state band in front of all the newspaper offices and opera houses and jave many fine Speaker leed feels more than pleased and grate nl for his reception in Iowa and wants o come Everything is looking ine and the Third district was never in letter The streets of Waterloo are finely illuminated Prior to he meeting cannons were fired and red ights burned Everybody was enthusiastically Speaker Keed at Cedar CEDAK Speaker Reed arrived from Burlington soon after iue oclock this An entbusi stic throng of people gave him an ova In response to loud and repeated emauds Reed appeared on the orm of the car and made a twenty miu te which was received witli ap ilause and 15 THE EIGHTH Blatters Wariulns Fllckn Correspondence of The t are warming up somewhat in Lucas county and the eighth So far we have md An erson and Harsh to elucidate the prin iples of tho parties as they understood he Weaver aud Anderson as usual no party and no prlnci make their usual skip and responsible to no working 1n the interest of no one mt Weaver and the Trt To General Weaver we must give credit for having brains and ind he adroitly carries an audience out side of all things to the point Works lard to impress people with an idea that he is His effort makes him and a great majority of his Charl ton audience thought Andersonstalk was less very indicative of a mind grasping or which to fill For one and onehalf hours he floundered about search of but failed to express an The democrats have to go In rooms and kick them n order to get up stamina ough to get out and hear him this the back In en Flicks straight forward course while in consress has made him friends all over the He will again repre SeSenator spoke to a large audience yesterday at the court and in the evening at in company with our candi date for county and u our congressional They report a rousing meeting at Derby with everything straight for the usual republican majority all Goodolu simtks in discussing the McKinley act says The agitation created In Great Britain and other countries of Europe by this act ought to have convinced Cana dians that It ia notparticularly leveled against andthat therefore there Is no warrant or excuse for unfriendly communications against a neighboring community with which her majesty is a1 Tne of theframers of the McKinley act is simply to Let Europe and Canada wait for the re o the fall elections to congress which are close at The result of these elections will so far ai pro tectionist corruption will allow free vot what is the real tendency of Ameri can There is strong reason to believe that even among republicans In congress who gave a party vote in favor of the bill there are many who thought it an unwise HILLS STDMPINQ j Ue Talks Democracy to the People of Hill aud party this morning went to Mll the county seat of Holmes which is a purely agricultural The governor was greeted at the depot by an enormous crowd aud on reaching the hotel an Informal re shaking hands with many hun dred people for about two After he spoke at the village opera houso to fifteen hundred as many more being unable to gain He devoted the greater part of his speech to a discussion of the effects of the McKinley bill on agricultural Inter According to the said it is the miserable pauper laborof foreign lands which is competing with the American farmer for his home agri cultural Most of our agricul tural products need no more protection from foreign competition than ele phant needs protection from a mouse The mere statement of exports and Im ports shows the bald absurdity of Mc Kinleys conclusion that damac ing foreign competition In our home markets Is the cause of the agricultural Tho framers of the McKinley after pointing with horror at the alleged worth of imported agricultural ac tually reduced the existing duties one left onehalf of them untouched and increased the duties on scarcely one which proportion includes articles that are iu no sense serious competitors with American This iu the gov ernor spoke iu the rink and Congressman of in the opera The party starts for West to morrow morning in Senator Brices pri vate THE OHIO Campbells Opponent llusily at the house this morning the bill providing for a non partisan board of Improvements for Cin to be appointed by the was read a second time aud the house re by a vote of 71 to 40 suspend the rules for the third reading in order that the bill might be placed on the pass The opponents of Governor Camp bell endeavored to secure the adoption of a resolution calling upon the governor for any evidence in his as to the dishonesty of members of the board of but and the house at twelve oclock adjourned until In the senate a resolution was offered to appoint a committee of three to inves tigate the that the clerk of the had purposely detained the non partisan bill after it passed the thus delaying the work of the legisla The resolution went over under the The republicans made an ef fort to relieve the committee on munici pal corporations from the further consid eration of senate bill for the abolish ment of the decennial board of equaliza tion at The motion failed by a party vote and the republicans of fered a protest to be spread on the jour nal against the action of the majority In banging up legislation in The senate adjourned until The only result accomplished today was the consideration of local NOSPARTISAN The New Ladles Organization Holds Jts first Annual first annual convention of the Nonpartisan Womans hristian Temperance Alliance of Illi nois began here today with the presi in the The day was occupied with the reception of reports from different committees and and addresses by of Cerro Iowa of Iowa Stephen Douglas and Douglas in his remdrks said he was heartily in favor of and in his opinion the ques tion had nothing to do with With reference to cooperotion he thought f the alliance could not agree with the other ladies the best way was to go and he thought they had struck the key note for future good PLANTERS AT Illoody Riot lu Georgia Over meagre re reports can be obtained concerning the reported riots in Coffee county as the trouble occurred some distance from tho nearest point of telegraphic communica It appears that in the riot four white men were shot viz Frank and Thomas Seers and John None of these are dead according to tho latest The governor has received a request to order out the militia on the ground that the white people are at tho mercy of an armed mob of He accordingly ordered the May Cross rifles to pro ceed at once to the scone of t appears the negroes are being led in the riot by one a white engaged in the turpentine Stokes aud Varne and Thomas Seers had a dispute about a tract of Varne put his men to work on the timber land and Seers shot one of the negroes aud drove the others from the They returned in the afternoon and fired into crowd of Varnes Varnes negroes to have revenge on Seers armed themselves and made an assault on the settlement with the At last accounts matters were somewhat quieted and it is believed there will be no other to Control the Illinois Steel special dispatch from Boston says It developed there to day that of is ne gotiating with shareholders in Boston and New York for a controlling interest in the Illinois Steel company and that some of his purchases of stock have been made at the enormous figure of These has been no demand for tho comr panys securities for several months and the stock has been down to 88 and even Transfers were made however at 99 and today jumped to 125 owing to the Potter deal here and in New It is said the capitalists back of the scheme are all Suffocated in a Burning NKW fire in Brook lyn this morning burned a building in which John an old man suffer ing from and suffocated The other occupants of the build Ing had a narrow Blown to of the fulminate departments of the Union Metallic Cartridge company blew up with terrible force this George an was blown to Short pain in weak or faint cured by Miles New Heart Sold at Witte3 Drug i CHARGES AGAINST The African Explorer Seriously Accused of Selfish Ingratitude Publication or Sensational Letters of Major the Murdered It ear Stanley to be n dairies and let the murdered com mander of Stanleys rear aro pub lished here They contain serious charges the African The book was edited by the dead mans Walter Barttellot iu the preface says It is not likely that this book would have been published had jus tice been even partially done or any kind ness shown by the leader of the expedition to the olhcer who was left ac Yumbuya with stores aud Charges of rats repiesentation and desertion are then brought against In his book Stan ley nuds fault because the rear column did not follow the advance column rected Barttellot asserts that his broth ers diaries as well as the testimony of surviving officers show that Stanley it uttoil im possible to carry out the orders as he took all able men aud those of good character with leaving to the rear guard the feeble and incor Major Barttellots diaries declare that Stanley threatened to blast the majors reputation with Lord Wolseley ruin his career In the In referring to this incident Barttellot gave his brothers words turning to Stanley said it was in his powerto ruin me in tho I said to him this was an empty as it would take a great deal more than he could do to do lie punished me afterwards by making me march to Leopoldvillo with seventy who were noted for laziness aud in capacity for carrying warning me if I lost a single load I must stand the This expose of Stanleys as shown up by diaries and makes spicy The story includes the account of a quarrel between Stanlev and The publication has caused a great sensation Stanley refuses to be interviewed on GENERAL FOREIGN An American Too Handv With Opinions in is reported that the newly appointed United States consul while journeying to that city to assume the duties of his commented publicly upon Austrian affairs in a manner which has offended ihe It is further said that he government has withheld Its exequa from Black and will perhaps refuse to issue It at Gladstone at West a speech at West Calder Gladstone referred to the result of Ecles election as a fore cast of triumph of tho liberals in the coming general He advocated the principle of one one aud shorter Commenting upon the enormous power the workingmen now he said It would prove eneficial as a judgement of the great questions by the masses was more en ightened than by the educated Ie would not venture a decisive opinion on the general eighthour bill uutil he saw a definite He was inclined o think eight hours was enough for Speaking of the struggle be iween labor and he said among he means the workingmen ought to ect in order to strengthen their a lawful combination was the most val Alarming TeleurapWii Petersburg correspondent says The ninister of the interior has received ilarming reports on thestate of the Tho prisons are crowded with chiefly young men of the edu cated The disaffection is spread ug incendiarism is rife and there have been many conflicts in dif erent places between the peasantry and Poisoned Himself aud the com munity was shocked by the discovery hat aretired farmer named Gast had given his children some sweetmeats in which he had previously put He partook of the confection After uffering great agony for some time the murderer and three of his children were relieved by Emperor Williams Present to William has sent to Von Moltke as a birthday present a marshals silver baton embel isheJ with imperial eagles and set with Will Yield Snlllcleut an interview to day OBrien said his party had been as iured the American tour would yield lufficient funds to last until the general Conferred a Degree on University of ambridgo has conferred a degree upon lenry Two Killed aiid Sixty the derailing of a train at Hedwigsdorf today two per ions wera killed and sixty THE DESPLAINES Old Mau lireezell Had With Him is learned today hat who was murdered at Des near this last had and notes upon lis of which over was in As the men who committed the deed were running away they passed un dera gas light In front of the house of August a justice of he They cooly stopped here and looked over the con tents of the big old fashioned wallet in which Breezell carried his money and Selecting the money rom the pocketbook the men tossed the wallet and papers over the fence Into the vacant Moldenhaur was stand ngin the front parlor and saw the men by the light of the This afternoon the police arrested Frank who says he is from Thomas hailing from and John from on suspi cion of having murdered They vere found in the neighborhood where the crime was WEARY OP THE Banker George Crosby of New New Crosby was this morning ound dead in his having shot him self sometime during the night with a The body was cold and rigid when death having evidently oc curred some hours The dead nan lay on the sofa with a con fining an empty shell In one at his On the office table lay sev eral sealed letters addressed to his wife and his An open letter was addressed to AH whom t may and read as follows I have fought a hard business battle have made a square fight but My brain has given way and now my body body must Please break the news gently to my GEORGE CEEIOHTOSV The cashier said him at the have never seen anything Ia his conduct to Indicate that he was low So far as I know his accounts are all He has had no financial Creighton was a son of the late Com modore Creighton of the United States He was well known on Wall street for the past years and it was believed that he was successful In his which was general brokerage and The autopsy developed the fact that death was not caused by the bullet but by A large quantity of morphine being found In the bankers GOVERNOR FRANCIS a Dlrixioii of Texas for Io litlcal Pnrpuaeit aud Kvery bodj Bpectal to The and of arrived here tol day to attend the state fair and will re main until The governor de livered an address on While the rules of hospitality will not allow home Governor of if he has any aspirations to be nominated as vice president on the demo cratic has knockedhlmself so far as Texas is by cham pioning a division of this state for po litical alliance men and prohibition are mad over The attendance on the fair from the and especially from New is very with excursion trains arriving dailyfrom that The btudubakers got m je1 terday and Charles Francis Adams will be here on The Studobjkers are thinking of wagon works here erecting a branch The grounds were visited today by twenty thousand Ellis adjoining was awarded the banner for the best agricultural There is a general agricultural exhibit by the Gould rail which is very but it is not in competition with the county The assessment of Dallas just compiled S a gain in five years of over In the past year the volume of trade iucncased 47 per cent the express business 42 per cent the postal receipts 41 per cent the bank clearings SO per and the buildings erected in that period cost over four million THE SPORTING Allerton Makes a Mile in at Other Special to The HawkEyeJ big crowd attended the second days racing on the Independence The fea tures of the day were the attempts by Allerton and Guy to break their Allerton was brought out and given a iwomlle warming As he passed the stand he was received with enthusiastic cheers from the The first at tempt to break his record was un owing to a break on the lome Guy was then brought forth to beat black wonder was In his usual bad humor and scored until the crowd was wearied beyond ex Cries of put him off pre When Allerton again appeared and was sent on the first went a beautiful mile without a slip in accompanied by the Xed Gor When Allerton had reached the quarter Guy exhibited to go and receive the the two specials being trotted at the same made the mile In without a break and received his share of the ap 3amboo Stamina 4123 Marion Wllkcs 412 Alix 5 5 Major 2 4 Woodllne diet Canary Bird 2 j i i i 5 a Johnny 45335 The track was six inches deep in First furlongs Penny royal Little Midget Blanche S third Second mile Consignee Dyer third Third mile and twenty rards Labrador Royal Garter Nina Archer third Fourth one mile Major Tom Rosemont Calapa third Fifth one mile and a iixteenth Mackin Long Leaf Annie Elizabeth third A TERRIFIC GLOVE George Dbcon Defeats Johnny murphy In ThirtyNine great crowd assembled at the Gladstone club tonight to witness a boxing contest be ween a colored George the lantam lightweight champion of the and young Johnny of for a purse of and a wager of Dixon drew blood Torn Murphys face in the first After that tho battle wasfast and furi us for several rounds with no parlicu ar advantage on either In the enth round S100 to 520 wasoffered on he seemed to be playing a wait ng game and landed some hard blows on Murphys face and body while dodging any In the twelfth round Dixan egau to get in his famous left hand stomache blows wblle Mur whose left eye was seemed to lack The same hing prevailed in the next two Dixon punishing Murphy on the stom while the white boys arms ap peared to be too short to inflict damage on the In the fourteenth round Dixon hit Murphy four times while Murphy hit him Blood streamed down Murphys neck and Dixon continued to pound his stomach amid cries of foul and Little was done from this to the twentysecond round except sparring for In the Murphy landed a good low ou Dixons face but received in re urn the most terrific blow yet rom this time on Dixon pushed Murphy smashing him right and left and forcing him round the Murphy was too weak to inflct punish Still he pluckily responded to the call of time in each In the thirtyninth Mur bleeding and exhausted was reclin ng against the ropes too weak to defend with Dixon showering blows upon when Murphys second threw ip the sponge and the Ells friends sprang on the stage and pro tested that ho had not been knocked jut the referee would not allow the con est to proceed Murphy was terribly battered while Dixon shows lit ile A Vessel Reported ter rific storm has been raging along the Tersey coast all day and much damage iias been done by the high A ves sel is reported ashore at Spring but as the wires are down no informa tion is obtainable before ExGovernor Noble Paraly SEW No the old war governor of who has been visiting relatives in Brook was stricken with and fell down a flight of The phy sicians think he will Too Men a collision of two Northern Pacific freight trains this afternoon L two were s 1C1U U1AU ttU bUO j j f office yesterday afternoon seats for JThe i Tfie Lodga Adjourns Sine The Next to be Dnbuque JQoinv for the Grand stallation or is Special to The DES second days session of the fortythird annual convention of tne Grand Lodge OOw of Iowa met In the hall of Fort Des Moines Lodge at nine oclock this The forenoon sitting was mainly occu pied in hearing the reports of committees Jiud general routine The report of the committee on insurance was It provides for the appoint ot an insurance commissioner at annual saUry of and fees to collected from life associations asking permission and license to do in this jurisdiction The same committee recommend that a license be given to the Annuity asso of according to its The followiug resolution was also adopted That committee of five be ap pointed to look up the matter ot building a ose and home of this Grand Said com mittee are hereby empowered to procure bids for location and offers ot donations from any locality which may desire snth building and report fully their actions to this Grand Lodge at its next and that there is hereby appropriated tne sum of or so much thereof as may be necessary to pay the xpenses of said The foi ion ing regular committees were appointed O S Het State of Her man Sathan John Appeals and Hart Samuel Danl James George An Charters and George James John Mileage and per Gen Charles Thomas Districting the Jami Henry Frank Grang C Carry Andrew Robert Seth Number William Number Number Number Number Robert Degree of John Sis Special Committee on the Case of Birmingham of At this afternoon the following grand officers were publicly installed Louis Council Grand Master Deputy Grand Master Bulen Grand Warden Grand Secretary Mor Marengoj Grand The following Past Grand Masters were present during the session Norwood 1S64 1S6S 1S77 Harri 1S7S 1SS1 1SS3 18S4 1SS5 1SS6 18S7 The following nominations for a place of the next meeting of the Grand Lodge vere made Cedar Des Marshalltowu and Water On the third ballot Dubuque was The Grand Lodge then adjourned sine A big ball and banquet was tendered the visiting delegates this which was attended by a brilliant throns of the capital citys Yesterday the Rebekah degree assem bly met at West First and Walnut streets with Bellamy in the The following recommendations were presented and adopted by the convention Tbat the constitution be amended ao that all odjrea refusing to pay their per capita tax evied by this assembly shall be debarred from representation that provision be made in the constitution relative to manner and time of natallntion of officers of this body that a sec tion bo inserted In the deuntng leuuitely the manlier of rtUsini also o ax of bond of treasurer md secreturv hat assembly provided with and that blanks be furnished for and additional blanks for rcpirts from that ecretarv be paid a suitable salary forserviccs Part of the afternoon was spent in se cret aud in the evening a recep tion was given the delegates at the resi 122S Ninth of treasurer of Leach Ro bekah which was largely attended by the delegates who enjoyed a pleasant The exemplification of thedegree work sy Leach Rebekah Degree Des Moines 25 and Capi tal were notable examples of the perfection to which the degree work has been brought by patient and intelligent effortIn each case the visiting brethern enthus iastically applauded the work of the de jree staffs and In the case of the ladles of Leach a money donation was made by the Grand repre sentatives and other brethern pres to aid the Ing their treasury The ladies in for the refund expense cars run constantly incurred In purchasing their parapher electric street railway system which girdles tho capital city is much admired by the who find the system very convenient for their inspec tion The until Frank Leslie lectured here to night on The Royal Leaders of So THE Ot National Contention at Chinese Missionary DES national convention of the Church of Christ met this morning with the students of Drake university in their chapel an programs This afternoon the decided the next meetingshould be held ia gheny pal address f was by S Tyler of New the republic of the orator righteousness in the Before the nooaJeu Drake and it was decided to seniEhf Tha society also determine a large Increase of revenues fort fng year amount to be raised by each s HARSIASB Huttenlocber of Captures a Pair ftluilinou CIrtj CSpecial to The happiest and mostreeftercAssoctafWnt of the season in this was nage today ofMIss daughter of and Agne of this and Fred Hw Des The ceri was performed ac the United Pre terian Stewart ofl Ing Ia the presence of alarge of ifriends and The bride f popular young and the grooittf prosperous young business will live in Des preseutwere from DesMoine Keokok and other noon son ofthe head ofithe gv dry goods turn of Marshall and Albetine daughtero Louis millionaire were united marriage at of by Archbishop tonight received from the census depaztjl ment at Washington information lhe reumnt ordered by the govenunentj for Iowa City gives Iowa City popola1 tiouof as against given by I the June count la 1SSO the official gave Iowa City but at that f time the students of the many tionai institutions the city weresC Counting the students asfl was done in ISSO and they are no the population Iowa City is today leaat office today announced the populatloa the state of Florida as or per AJT INDIAN Objections Knitted to the Method of Kress in Dejtlloir With message Shief Perryman to the council of Creek nation nowin session at makes mention of the law enacted congress by which the western tribes are fast allotiug their lauds preparatory to admission as citizens into the Ameri can He then adds Thus theCi privileges and authority of the five nations are infringed npon tailed at almost every session It would hardly be fair to charge congress with malice towards the or will nil disregard of their eneral policy of the government towardVi the Indians is one of humanity The fault lies in the icnoraucar of our wonidbe nenefacb as he true condition and needs of the Thus through its directed zeal for a betterment of dition of the has onr most laudable efforts for selfgovernH ment and Increase is the only hope The congress of the United States must be constantly Informed the condition and muse be coatlnuallv minded of the sacred treaty she has entered Into with us In the pasts t is recommended delegation be sent to Washingtoa to resent our nation during the next of THE 3N6INSER The Resolution to Consider United Order ofJfciUway Con0 v of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Eii gineers spent the day considering the J to enter the cnown as the United Order of Railway It is understood the discus sion was but it is nos known when the of question will be The third nual convention of the grand i tionai auxiliary to the brotherhood came J o an ecd this the new officers being President Mnrderick s the convention is the most succes al the auxiliary has A sinking 11 nd was established the ritual and by3 aws and altogether gates feel elated at what they have RAIiHOAD Special aieetin of a Kevlsion ofthe of tne tariff departments of all the express companies running over tha different into Chicago met In special meeting who is at the head of the Pacific company with headquarters ac presided as Matters of siderable importance will come before the The revision of the nt tariff rates west from Chicago ia order to equalize through rates occaf sioned by the advance between York and Chicago to go into effect vember was taken nuder The local rates northwest and south are not The ng will be in session for two days longer The American Humane Society iaSession this rnoni Ings meeting of the American Humane association the subject of cattle tranSf portatiou was taken no During thi year a special azent was appointed to travel over the different and that animals were properly treated watered in The chairman stated i that there were eight thousand cattle cars in use west of Chicago butaf none east of that An effort will bafl made to secure a more general Introduces tion of these The officers were elected Edwiu Lee president treasurer Erastus The next annual me will be held at How SOTore Colda are Cp in Mo From the Virginia we find a medicine we knowto3 possess genuine we consfrer it and we take pleasure in public what it Such a we11 found Chamberlafns Congh last when la grippe was prevail We are satisfied that we eral attacks that were the use of this and we since in a few hours and in the course of two or entirely broken them up byIts have several of our friends to Vhomwe have recommended It fs all thatlt i represented to be bythe manufactureri yon have a and Chamberlains Cough Remedy will t For sale bv Floods Ut Crrv OF Oct rain storms have prevailed Ia CoHnaai Vera Cruz the past fourv Many small towns and all travel and telegraphrcommonfcaf tion is A SucceiMfnl Train Kobb boarded thliiri   

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