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   Burlington Hawk-Eye (Newspaper) - October 25, 1890, Burlington, Iowa                                OF A 5 Qarksons Work on the idlflioM h h dot Work and Devotion to thn jmExtrabessionof Congress Situation In Jttical of The difficult to congressional headquarters to find tho man afrairs tie republi GlrB ourlng the present an of who is ln lne In his left the work here in charge j The office of v Carter was constantly besieged iis room was forever filled of all The big and is used rather Pwccntion room than as a w occupies a smaller room back part of the shut in Till wssible He sees no Miom it is necessary to tindtheris in unobtrusive he E7L letters of instruction which are influencing and degree controlling the eain Tclose A force of about Hired whosenimblc fingers under the direction sends out tons of daily and None documents are they are directed to the Jswkre they will do the most Ejaieral public cannot have any con Knot the amount of work being ac nor what manner of man is Colonel Clarkson is one of most unassuming of She is cuer work on the national execu ficniinitwc m 1SS4 and 1SSS entitled Eio administrative and cabinet minister could have The office of first assist r general was tendered him dofa cabinet position for the jf the he accepted aud jstompliment to The prcs ISdministration has not shown an IJHC appreciation of Colonel Clark nobody lias ever heard him inti lie goes fun working Jor the and c z will be an extra session of con E Immediately afler the elections The president is in favor election aud wants finale to pas Having been a Uteoftke Pogbank Presi Bsrrlson knows the besetting sins 1 deliberative the sins of obstruction and mul He believes the can pass the il elections and he intends to ji eitra session in order that they do the passage of the II not aid in the present campaign will strengthen the hands and s ol republican know ithe extra session will be and pit will be called for the purpose of eringand passing the bill which protect American citizens in the cx B of thoir rights on American of the Cincinnati has returned from He says tnat there is no reason Jftte republicans cannot sweep Ohio I jear in spite of the democratic ger The only stronghold the raw of the country was ytelieved that they had gerryman d nearly all of the republicans out of i but they will ind that their has tmly solidified and strengtb jtlie republican party of Ohio aud mt the Major McKin be returned to al 2 the democratic legislature put bademocratic He will be 3 to will then be made look out for him when the republican national atlon mens to nominate a presi i Watch SMITH ABHOR uit Approprlution Has ited till Market Addi ional re recent tests of armor plate at iis are still coming to The istration of the superiority of the steel alloy and the immediate ap itto by congress of a million lor the purchase of a quantity of rith which to alloy naval steel id tie eflect of stimulating the market to an uimsal The department had hardly begun to Into amount of nickel on the before it was found that the re the tests had been seized upon with remarkable celerity and there was to be a keen corn in tae market already noted and steady TOM there was a rumor of cor uitKere discomforting to the offi tipected to get an adequate JO the metal at fair All of used here has been produced wunada being the nearest source toniing in WSualway to the department it there is a probability metal cxisls in this country in It is asserted of groat value exist in Vir oiigh for obvious per g the assertion refuse to defi One company is to develop these so the fpartmcnt officers arc hopeful i of wrket price of nickel will be oiUMeraetpd by an increased ram domestic WAK Million Iol j pension made a requisition upon dollars lepurtment for twentyfive to meet the payment of nc n j ui lllc aci of 1unc 27 the old for two made by suing UUB en Clmrged With Jierraiiilli Oct bureau received a Indlan tain Lacflambea Indtans charging the government Lapointe agency with changing the land seleitioni i the interest of the favorites not entitled tcthe The matter 6 lands se special agent of the WiU u the ComllUlueut The denary nient of state is officially advised ofThe departure for New York from Ru Do Ganiero on the 20th of the naval division ordered to rewrn thS compliments paid the Brazilian flag by the United States bquadron in Julv last al a medalttt Wanted to llear Cleveland A great crowd waited patiently about the snpremecourt room all day to hear exPresident Cleve land the case of Peake against the City of New The case went over until and Mr Cleveland did not put in an appearance much to the disappointment of the crowd The Supreme Court It is practically settled that tho vacancy on the supreme bench will not be filled until after the meeting of congress in GOOD SEWS FOE Proposed Purchase of the Ieorla ami Wentrrn Iload by the 1euUHyl tSpeoial to The Pennsylvania officials on their western tour have been making a careful investigation of the Peoria and Western and it is said a deal is on for the purchase of the Peoria and Western by the This would give the Pennsylvania another Mississippi river crossing about midway between Chicago and The Pennsylvania di rectors and officials arrived here yester day morning in their special train over the Burlington from This was the western limit of their tour of which is an annual covering all the lines controlled by or connected with great Pennsyl vania The President the and the principal breakast on the train before crossing the Eads and upon their arrival at the Union depot they were driven to the Southern where they were received by the Vandalia President Mc Genera Manager Assistant General Manager General Freight Agent Hibbard and General Passenger Agent They were subsequently taken in charge by Major Rainwater and the directors of the Merchants Bridge company and driven over tho new ter minal from the Frisco depot to the After looking over the property carefully and being shown the location of recent purchases of five blocks of land secured in the interest of the Penn sylvania a special train carried them across the bridge and over the East Louis At three oclock they boarded their own train at the Relay depot and left for Terre There is no question that tho opening up of the Mer chants Terminal line will bring the Pennsylvania into closer relations with and they will not be slow in establishing their own freight terminus on this side of the It is believed here that the Pennsylvania company is seeking to strengthen its foothold in the Mississippi valley and the acquisition of the Peoria i Western is an im portant step in that EAILBOAD j TC ASHfflGTOH Schools in the Bishop Minnesota Bishop jouth Dakota and Bishop today had inter Bcretary Noble and Acting ilsiOBer Bell upon tho sub the Marys Johns lrs on the Turtle Mountain ao who were employed as i when these to preserve Secretary of the superin Bchtols had alre Permit tho sisters rain the other treasury depart ea OTer 4500000 xl10 furth um tbl American concluded it work n was adopted con ment A Great Scarcity of Cars Reported in Northern MASOX is a great scarcity of cars in northern and from many of the smaller towns urgent appeals for relief are pouring in to the head officers on the various Farmers have taken advantage of the present high prices of grain and stock ind have crowded the railroads to their utmost Elevators are full aud flowing and business just now is at a Railway managers claim tnat they are doing all they can to fur nish Freight on cheese DBS railroad ommissioners made an important deci ion this morning when they changed heese from second to thirdclass or months cheese manufacturers have flooding the board with facts and aures to the effect that the change hould be made so as to allow Iowa iairymeu to compete with those of mid lie aud eastern especially New ot Settled announcement of the settlement of the rouble on the Mackay Lines was prema It has developed since that the natter is still in At a late tour tonight the officials are still in consultation but nothing could be learned jf the sentiment The men r waiting juietly for the verdict and iipect that no trouble will An Important import announcement was made this after noon that an alliance between the Reading railroad syndicate and the Vanderbilt in terests had finally been effected and hereafter the Vanderbilts will be repre sented in and take a prominent part In the Heading WOSLDS FAffi The Committee on Arts Wants H Separate NEW Joint com mittee on fine music and drama 01 the worlds fair this morning adopted a resolution that it was the sense of the committee that the bureau of fine arts should be separate and distinct from the bureau of music and and the said bureau of fine arts should be restricted to the subject of line arts SSNATOS BLACKBURNS They Are SeriousHe Blay Lose His Left that Senator Ulackburn suffered danger internal injuries in the runaway ac cident near here Hovasvery ill this morning and hisfriends fear the At best he will probably lose his left arm saw i hlb reccPtiou and speech making later in the and also afford him an opportunity to see He IS or an hour pleasure in w hat he This afternoon the speaker held a re ception at the Union League club to the members of the club and was afterwards banqueted The accommodations for the largest ONeal gathering In Chicago had to be ioubled tonight to make room for the jhrong that attempted to hear Speaker The doors were locked at Bat tery D armory fully an hour before the beginning of the meeting and over six people were then while inndreds were patiently waiting in the hecond Regiment armory next door where an overflow meeting was held tthen several hundred members of the Jnion association with banners lying entered the hall as an escort to remarkable enthusiasm was mani He was accompanied by Senators arwelland Congressmen Adams aud Butterworth and many other well known Reed spoke at length on the elections the MeKinley bill and other work of the present Contrasting the two great he said the republican arty achieves the democratic party mds Not having anythins to t follows that the democrats are not under necessity of being lhe democratic platform has the advantage over the republican in its uethod of of They simply have to pass on what the epublicans do and account for all the misfortunes of tho world by means of the acts of the republicau The peaker further asserted that there is lot a single thing the republican party las done has not within two to five years received either a tacit or voclfcrl ms approval of In visw if this he thought we need not tremble or the The speaker also ad dressed the overflow meeting ILLINOIS Mormons SAJTLAKX arrests of Mormons for unlawful cohabitation Amongeethcm is Bishop oi San Pete who is said to have seven He was held to the grand Missionary today s ses sion of the American Interbeminary Missionary Alliance reports from the dil ferent seminaries were very showing a large increase in the of graduates who go to foreign and home missionary fields year TTx Australian A throughout a extensive OCTOBEB 1890 SPEAKER REEIUN An Immense Throng Greets Himat Battery MuESS Governor Bill In Vlr Kansas City He pot DV Congressman Long Joneswho took him the home of the where the This course give the two had break was token so time to senator Cullom Speaks on the School Question at Cullom spoke to an audience of fifteen mndred people here last explain ng republican methods aud measures in he last He began with a glowing tribute to Judge whoreprc ents this Though an off urged the importance of the election and wanted every republican to vote for and On the chool question he said I appeal to you regardless of politics o supportthe common schools of our A secret movement of parties op posed to education In the English Ian gauge and against patriotism has been set what extent I do not epeal the compulsory education I Look the ground long ago when I was governor of this and I take it n favor of compulsory Edu ation is necessary to the life of the re publican and when the peo Ie pay for education they hould see that it goes as far as possible toward the education of the children to iecome honest and patriotic 1 make no war on private and I am proud of the colleges of this but I want every child of the re mblicto study the English The senator explained the MeKinley taking the ground that it was a lenefit to the farmer and He lalmcd the republicans had fulfilled ivery promise made in the Chicago plat orm in passing the pension and ariff He was in favor of Maines reciprocity with Latin mt not with as he wanted that ountry to eventually come Into the and the best way to get it was to how Its people what a vast advantage it would be to He closed by pro posing three cheers for Judge which were heartily The Monks Will IntcrOccan ipecial says Thirtytwo monks and priests from the Capuchin of on the North have icon registered as voters in the third irecinct of the Sixth The mon istery has been established in the city Or but such a thingas the monks nking part in an election has never oc curred The brownhooded friars are rarely seen on the and spend most of their time in the seclusion of the which are located in a queer old building on top of a hill at the cor ner of Fourth and Harmon their votes are wanted for the assistance of Monsignor Zei administrator of this lending the appointment of Archbishop ileiss admitted that it was an unusual thing for monks to IB that only shows that they are taking more interest In this campaign than HIU in West Hill and party arrived in Wheeling this On the way from crowds thronged the stations and cheered the governor as he passed On his arrival here a large crowd met him and escorted him to the iiotal where a reception was held lasting three hours during which the prominent democrats of the state paid their re The governor spoke In the opera house tonight to an audience only liirJted by the capacity of the dwell ing on tho tariff and other issues MeKlnley Did extensive stone manufac turer has begun the erection of a plant for cutting and dressing will employ fifty He has hereto fore had this work done in but the Increase of twenty per cent In the tariff by the MeKlnley bill enables him Spay American and the work will hereafter be done In this Governor Campnril extra session called Governor ramnbell to consider the alleged cor co of until when be Selec The bill became a by Mayor Mosby and to hold l when their successors 0kJ Elliott but she declined to accept the as she intends to ap pear as a public speaker in the temper ance cause and could not attend to the duties as president Martha Dieu was then All the other officers were Gest at William of Rock the re publican nominee for congressman from the eleventh addressed the first political meeting of the present cam paign at the opera house here last The hall was crowded to and many wore unable to gain His Speech related mostly to the legisla tion of the last the and pension This was jests first speech In though he has represented the district twice in and it was well AFTBB BRAZBLLS Six Men Under of Them Iden tilled by a men are in cus tody on suspicion of having been the murderers of Michael at Des Wednesday Three of shem have proven apparent alibis and he others claim to know nothing what ever of the James Thomas Costello and Thomas were arrested yesterday while coming hto Chicago on a freight The arst two assert they have been working for the Northwestern railroad at Fair and Fowler says he hat worked at as a Frank Burns Thomas the other three who were arrested near Des Plaines yester have proved an alibi by a bartender who says they took a drink Wednesday night in his But Hnhen identified Murphy and Burns is two of the men she saw running away rrom the barn when the murder was A NOVEL GHOST Schmidt Didnt Like It and Sued Marowitz tor Telling Wilhelmina Schmidt didnt get one penny in her 100 suit for slander against her Caroline the jury in ludge Cliffords court returning a verdict if not guilty this The parties are wealthy Germans re siding at Turner and Schmidt declared that her neighbor had circulated he story that the plaintiff had killed her msbands first wife and burled herunder the She said that Marowitz claimed to have gotten her information from a spiritualist or fortuueteller who went into a trance for the purpose of lo cating Marowitzs lost The cows were discovered by the fortune aud she located them over the rave of Schmidt where two vhite ghosts stood and informed the ady that Schmidt had committed the horrible UP IN A Jueer llrldal Journey Madeat an Alabama At the tate fair today Thomas Mins and Hiss Gertrude of Ala were married in front of the grand Hand in the presence of ten thou iand then stepped The into young couple the car of balloon wjth Aeronaut sailed off on their bridal The baloon was last seen this afternoon head ng for the mountalncous region of Shelby The young couple will get a purse of S250 a large number of The bridal couple finally anded on top a mountain seventeen miles from Birmingham safe and The Question of is learned this evening that at yesterdays session of engineers the committee on federation submitted majority and minority The majority recommended federation with railway employes in while the minority was opposed to affiliating with other organizations in any manner or After considerable discussion he question of accepting the report was put to vote and was Tho matter was then referred back to the committee and the question of federation remains In statue The Brotherhood had a secret meeting this It was that the organization had lived up its when Chief Arthur consented to at Its of has been elected assistant to grand Iow Severe Colds are Broken Cp in Mon Prom the Virginia city When we find 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 and in the course of two or three entirely broken them up by its as have several of our friends to whom we have recommended It is all that it is represented to be by the If you have a cough and want to stop it Chamberlains Cough Remedy will do the For sale by More Measly NEW steamship from with one thousand immigrants on has arrived at Port Tbe entire force of United States inspectors went down the river this afternoon to meet the They will make a thorough and if any of them should turn out to be pau or of other classes which come under the prohibitory code they will be retained on board and the ship made to carry them back to An KxNewspaper Man this morning Thomas a barten shot and killed Robert OBrien in a The shooting was the outcome of an old feud between the two Thn murdered man was formerly con nected with the advertising departments of several newspapers on the Pacific coast and the GlobeDemocrat and Post Kjmtai of Louis and had amassed considerable A Treasurer Disappears Under a treasurer of tho Lumber and son of the late Edward a prominent oil dealer of disappeared several days and his whereabouts are a An of his books show a large discrepancy and the shortage will reach at least Oxnard left his wife and child behind Fonght With NEW Wood aged and Carl aged fought a duel today in a black smith shop with The which was a fierce and Ions ended only when both men sank to the ground with fractured They were re moved to a hospital in an unconscious An ExSheriff one of the oldest settlers of Lyon and at one time shot and killed himself this morning with a shot Yesterday he took oul two accident policies on his life for good for twentyfour A Murderer who cut his wifes throat yes has committed suicide by himself in the Lo MAMIFAILDRES Excitement in Portugal Over the Decline of Funds in I Kugltsti Brokers Demand Fifty Per Cent to Take the Liberals May of Prominent pre vails at Lisbon and business is almost at a standstill because of the serious decline of Portuguese funds on the London stock Difficulty is experienced In se curing the discount of and large failures are apprehended as a result of the prevailing feeling of On the English market brokers demanded SO per cent to take the The belief prevails among the best informed London business men that a revolution Involving a commercial crisis is imminent In Port The ministry recently formed is only a makeshift and cannot is composed of men of no position or selected from three or four jroups of the two leading parties u the and has no policy except an agreement to do nothing nvolvmg the great issues dividing the No man of any weight woulcTaccept a portfolio In It has practically torn up the AngloPortuguese agreement in deference to the popular but has no proposition to submit ustead of Lord Salisbury takes no notice of but goes on enforcing tho agreement in Africa and news Is daily sxpected that will arouse the anger of the populace to Then tho expected revolution will The whole army and and even the Lisbon police are honeycombed with and the sick young king may expect at any moment to deposed and sent iiro Whatever the outcome may t will paralyze business in Portugal for the moment and moneyed men in Lon don will not now invest a Hand writing on the Gladstones ut terances in favor of an eighthour sys tem provoked considerable unfovorable comment among the manufacturing ele ment of the liberal party and aroused murmurs of disapproval in other Deluding the belief that manv politicians of the old Manchester school will secede from the party upon that It is yet too to note the full iffect of the expremiers expression of iis views or to estimate the strength of the adverse feeling engendered A number of speakers have been ent from Ireland to England and Scotland under the auspices of the Irish Presbyterians to advocate the maintenance of the union and oppose lome rule The Ulster orangemen fully appreciate the gradual change of public sentiment in England and Scotland in favor of Irish home rule that has been ng on for some time and are ceenly alive to the importance of chek ng it ere it be too The Eccles elec tion has had a very depressing effect upon the unionist both in Eng and and who are not so blind as to be unable to see the handwriting on the and a vigorous antihome rule campaign is to be Inaugurated in the English and Scottish UNDER GLORIOUS ENGLISH Prominent Irishmen Arrested for As saulting Tipperary have een served upon a member of the house of commons for the middle di vision of Michael Walton and upon a number of other per sons on the charge of assaulting the po Ice at the time of the opening of the conspiracy Father who is one of the defendants In the con spiracy case and who was yesterday sen tenced to pay a fine of or stand com mitted for six months for assaulting a policemans has made application or a summons against The magistrate refused to Issue the The Tipperary sureties of Dillon and OBrien sent a telegram to the latter wishing them God speed and saying they are prond to bear the responsibility of their BALFOUR WANTS OCULAR He Starts on a Tour of FamineDistressed chief sec retary for has started on a tour through the western counties in which it s alleged distress prevails in conse luence of the failure of the potato Ills object in making the tour is to make a personal Investigation as to the truth of the statements regarding the condition of the He will also during his visit ascertain the most suitable route fora railway from Collooney to Claremorris or from Balleghadercen to Castle with view to building aline to give employ ment to the needy if he finds that tho situation demands such A crowd of nationalists gathered at Galway station prepared to receive Bal four with cheers for OBrien and other nationalist Balfour had been and left the train at where he took a car to Castle He will not go to JACK THE RIPPER The Itody of a Oissolute Woman Found Mutilated in Jack the Rip per scare is on in a secluded part of South Hampstead lo was found the dead body of a woman whose head had been nearly while the body showed kicks and bruises sufficient to cause The victim was a woman of low repute and this was sufficient to start the cry of Jack the OTER A THOUSAND The Atlantic Coast Scourged by a North Damage Done to Ship Oct city was jolted last night and today with one of the most pitiless storms which It has en dured In many a A fierce north easterly gale drove the heavy rain in ilmost horizontal rendering um rellas of little This morning re ortb of damage along the coast began to come but it is feared the worst will not be known until Along the New Jersey coast the wires down and several are while others have been driven from their Very high tides resulted from the Several small boats wercap sized off Long but the occu pants were The did con iderable damage in Brooklyn this morn A fourstory brick building in the course of erection was bown down and John a was burled n the His injuries are The damage to the building is Storm rvear most violent northeast storm prevailed in this vicinity all At Revere beach the wind and ilgh tide playedsad The Woburn louse was lifted from its foundation and ettfed deep in the Many other buildings are partially Several mall vessels were driven but no atalities are yet Along the outh shore the storm is reported as the most severe since 1383 and seems to be ncreasing in fury Five sloops broke from their moorings n Dorchester bay and were blown away At Scituate the wharves were looded and part of Front street is under Late tonight the wind is de The storm is unusually heavy n Southern Brattleboro re ports two and onehalf inches of rain and still Terrible Explosion of a Chinese Powder Magazine at SAX China mails say that the government powder magazine at Canton exploded August destroying two hundred houses and kill ing over a thousand The cholera in Japan Is The AngloItalian is reported from Rome that the long delay in the settle ment of the AngloItalian negotiations regarding Africa is not altogether or chiefly due to a difference as to conceding Kassala to but that the representa tives of the two nations are discussing another expedition to the under British to suppress the mahdi and restore the authority of the khedive in that Advices from the Soudan represent that the tribes are divided in allegiance and some of them rebellion against the while those near Suakim are to serious straits through the want of Refused to sultan of Witu refused to surrender to the British authorities or to afford redress for the recent On the con trary he is actively preparing for hostil of natives from the sur rounding tribes are adhering to his stand ard and fighting is Dillon and OBrien En Route to America and OBrien accompanied by leave Paris tonight by special steamer train for Havre where they will embark tomorrow morning on the steamer La Champagne for New A Gigantic Conspiracy Johnson an and John an ar were arraigned In court today on a charge of Implicated In the THRICE 15 CENTS v the banking firm of Morgan The accused were The conspiracy is a gigantic Accom jllces of the forgers have been arrested at and The tools used in making the letters of credit found In Johnsons A PITILESS Along the New Jersev AsnuiiY few Jersey Coast towns are receiving heir full share of the severe northwest erly The damage done to the bore towns from Sandy Hook to Barne gate Inlet by the storm and heavy tides will amount to thousands of The most severe damage was done at Mon mouth The sea cut a large gap into the bluff and made a clean across the driveway thirty eet At Seabright the waves dashed up over the breakwater and into the lasement of the All along the Shrewsbury on the other side of the high tide has wronght iad Everything in reach is iwept Boat summer louses and stables could all be either adrift or standing in from eight ten feet of The New Jersey and Southern road Is washed out so that is A Steam Yacht LOCUST Morgans large steam yacht ound from Rhode for New with its owner and a crew of sixty men on ran on a rock one lundrcd yards from Matinecock Long at this and the vessel filled rapidly and Mor tan and all the others aboard reached Hatinecock Point Morgans brtyfoot which was in tow of the with three sailors on was cut adrift and nothing leard from The accident is due to he heavy A FourMaster NEW A dispatch from far Rockaway tonight says a large ocean steamship is ashore beyond Long The steamer is reported to be a four masted and it is thought she may be the from which was expected MUCH PROPERTY A Disastrous Fire at East Massa Causes EAST was discovered early this morning in the shoe actory of Leighton Brothers The whole building was a high wind was and the Dames spread rapidly and almost before the people in the neighborhood were aware of their danger the fire was threatening their It spread from the shoe factory to a row of wooden boarding Help was called from the the old apparatus in the town being in Before the flames could be attacked successfully the shoe factory had burned to the also three seven and a block of boarding The loss is estimated at Soon after daybreak the flames were Several hundred persons are thrown out of employment and the town is In Carelessness Causes a SAX sailors accidentally started a fire In the base ment of an engineering storehouse at the Mare Island navy yard this after noon and in an instant the mass of com bustible matter there was in The navy yard fire reinforced by a company from succeeded in subdueing the fire in about an Hundreds of kits and household goods be longing to naval officers were badly dam All naval flags were thrown out in the mud and valuable drawings aud maps which had been accumulating for years were entirely The pecu niary loss will probably amount to Proceedings pro ceedings were begun today by the Batavian bank of La against Richard to recover on a note executed June due four months after date to the order of James made by the Robin son Salt and Lumber company and guar anteed by Knuiand Peters and Kich ford Knox Two Freight Trains freight trains on the Hamilton and Indianapolis road collided this evening In a deep cut near The wreck caught lire and both trains burning Fireman Mathers was fatally injured and six other trainmen were slightly A Fire at Excel sior Water Proof companys building was gutted by fire this Thirtj women and girls working on the thirt floor were cut off from the stairway and were taken from the windows by firmen on None of them were injured Quincys Chief of Police Walker has Chief of Police OConnor that he must resign Thi mayors action was mainly prompted by the chiefs failure to enforce the Snnda saloon A Condctor Dunn was killed today by a collls ion of his freight train at Muskingnm station with some sand cars on the Col Shawnee and Hocking Foul Play a prominent real estate and mine broker has been missing since October His friends are suspicious that foul play 1 the cause of his Laus a kinds of freshrmeatsritii SsjVSsysfe CRASHED THROUGH A BRIDGE Serious Railroad Wreck at Center 1 A and Seven Men Serl Broken CarrTrncIc Wan the Che IOWA t Special to The most disas rous railroad wreck occurred this even ng on the Illinois at Center a small station six mites west of his A heavy freight train loaded vith srain and stock was crossing the ron bridge at that place when one of the rnck broke and catching In the stringers one of the spans pulled it off its abutt It fell with a crash taking with t six cars of Xone of the stock ars left the A number of ontained valuable horses from the Inde endence races and the loss would have een The was eing constructed to replace the 6Td one nd fifty men were working on and Nearly all of them got Robert the fifteenyearold son f the bridge watchman was ve Dan Hugh Con John Miles Winters and erry were seriously Vone of the will IOWA MISHioimrjr to Selected at the Kel Run missionary o a foreign land was selected the owa state convention here yes Such an event has not occurred n the history of the society for twenty nnr The missinary is the enn of He goes to The morning session was de oted to reports of the selec ion of officers and other A umber of resolutions were mong them one requesting that the orlds fair be closed Another ndorsed the state prohibitory law and ledged support to the State Temperance McCrary was reelected resident for the ensuing The of Sioux nd the Davon were elected vicepresidents the of aissionary secretary the El of Sunday school secre ary of assist secretary of Sioux A board of managers onsfsting of forty members was L committee of with the of Des as was ppointed to prepare a special program or next years which will be he semicentennial The leeting will be held at In the afternoon the f read the report of the com mittee on home missions and made an ddress on the work of the Home Mission oclety in the A speech was made py the of Grundy and this was followed by an ad iress by the William if on The Gospel and Free The f presented the report of the ommittee on foreign An ad dress on foreign mission work was made iy of and this was ollowed by the setting apart of the of as missionary o Last evening the closing session of the onvention was The N of submitted his re port of Sunday school missions and ad iresses were delivered by the of the of Sioux and the of Today he young peoples auxiliary held Its annual Supreme Special to The DES court business from Louisa reversed from Jackson reversed Peters ap from Butler reversed from Floyd reversed from reversed from iVright affirmed Kemper 3ity of from Des Moines affirmed Hogan Merchants and Bankers Insurance Com from aflirmed Blair Madison ap from Madison affirmed night Eock Island and acific Railway roin Mahaska Billings Wouldnt Ask for NKW who is out on visited this place He will not accept a discharge by the but will de mand a jury which will formally pass ipon the of means an as the state has no more evidence to and the supreme court has decided that it is Insufficient to He states that he was directly uformed that Governor Boies would have had he asked but he he never should have done so in any He has spent all his about in defending himself in the pro ceedings against him for murder and is view work Coutts was elected chairman and HenrrJ was appointed to examine the In the different offices and select sucha they recommended for general adoption WILL LAY COBXER Boies has accepted an to the corner of the Bohemian vonic Benevolent society building at dar October 30 Thebuilding will be put up by Prokop lodge of that and will cost between and HOME FOR THZ Cedar Rapids home for the friendless in flourishing condition and has been r the means of alleviating a good deal i suffering during the past average number of Inmates care was Large donations of dry 4g the management out A BRUTAL on a little son of Peter Lnndgrer was knocked down and over by a which was loaded wet consequently very J and It Is that the driver saw the child under the wheels and felt the as the wheels went over his but he neither stopped nor paid any but drove onr leaving the child lying in the THE STATE state convention of the K just closed at the following officers were elected Dv Boone Frances Des Moines Des first Frank Burlington Cedar RapidsJ Defiance T Hubbard MIsab Cedar Rapids Osage Des Mofnes Bur SDGAH FACTORY AT SIocx meeting was held at South Slonx City Thursday evening for the purpose of se curing pledges from farmers to raise sugar the Grand Island sugar has made proposition to put in a plant at South Sioux City to cost for a bonus of in cash and real estate and a guarantee that acres of beeta will be raised in the vicinity nett farmers were enthusiastic and there was no trouble In getting them to pledge required number of Friday morn ing a committee started for Grand prepared to put up a guarantee bond for the A PRIZE prize cup awarded by the English breeders of sire horses to the best and largest display of those animals at the last state fair has been re ceived from England and is to be seen at the office of Secretary Shaffer in the state Des It Is a very fine piece of standing about two feet made of solid lined with and highly Its value is It has rather the shape of an urn and is elegant in design and workmanshipOn one side of the body of the cup Is engraved Presented to the English breeder of shire horses to TJ Fields and of Cedar for the best and largest display of the above breed at the Iowa state Des And on other side is engraved International Shire Horse Challenge It is elegant and cosily A STOLES CHECK wife of secretary of the Dubuque Fire and Marine Insurance went to Rose a suburb of on Monday to visit She wrote home for money and her hus band sent her a blank check payable her The check was on the Du buque National bankand La his letter Schrup jokingly told his wife to fill it out to any amount up to Wedres day morning Schrnp received a letter stating that her pocket con taining S3 in had beea stolen from her on a street Later the same day a telegram was received by the Du buque National bank ordering payment stopped on a check for signed by The telegram was signed by Mary 430 Adams Chi She Is believed to be a woman who formerly worked as a domestic In The theory is that Mary Clemens stole the pocketbook and check andthen it was in turn stolen from I SPORTIN8 Belle Hamlin and Go a 3Iile in IM at Special to The world record was broken The weather was cloudy and cold and an In termittant rain fell most of the time making a poor day for theless a large crowd turned out and stayed The most Important event was the starting of Hamlins Belle Hamlin and to beat the worlds held by To the third quarter the beautiful pair went without a Justina here made i light break but lost no dashing under the wire in time at the quarters were and crowd went wild and would not be satisfied until Hamlin appeared and acknowledged their appre First unfinished Joe Crescent Midnight third Second trot Latitude won Clara Wilkes second Third This was tho hottest contest of the day Idolf now Billings will go to Ne Bando a econdtime braska after his case is dismissed and stay with his son after which he will re sume the practice of Lady CEDAR Miss Ora this a sister of president of the Gazette lias been appointed a member of the worlds fair board ot lady mamagers by Commissioner of Mount Miss Miller is one of most talented ladies In and is not only a fine artist in portrait and landscape but in the general line of decorative art as and is also thoroughly with the general scope of womans Her many friends in this city and else where will be glad to learn of her ap TIeud Consul Koot public yesterday finished the ex amination of the books of the office of Head Consul ot the Modern Woodmen of from the com mencement of the order in 1332 to Octo ber As a result of his exsmina tion Marchand has certified that the amounts paid to the treasurer are cor rect and agree with the books of the head clerk and head This is an entire vindication of Head Consul HAWKETB TJIE GRADING contractor of the grading of the state capitol finished his work and presented his lastbill to the executive The eartlT removed Is about cubic yards and the total cost A GOOD Cfior Some Cedar Rapids parties who owned a large area of land in the north part of the state had It sowed flax last The expense of raising and harvesting the crop was very but the net profits on the acres of land wilt amount to about xv IOWA COUXTT The first convention of county treasurers was held at Cedar Rapids tion was called toconsider Ity of adopting a uniform system of IngSthe Fourth eligi ble to Easily won by two straight Naralet The Races Bennings and S six furlongs Busted Watterson Genevieve third J1 Second onemile Ballyhoo Mbchican Mando lin Colt third Third mile and a fnrlone Vivid Tanner Prather third J Fourth and up Shotover Rustic Cold Stream third Fifth about two miles McKenzle Klllarney Sangbard third The Leilnston Raca furlongs Houston Silver Light third Second and np of a mile MeckieH both Outlooksec Josle M third v Third four Jur7 longs Mattle Allen Ourey Laraar third no Fourth and one and onesixteenth miles t enne wonEH Tenacity thirdpj Fifth hi six furlongs Tom Mackin won Royal Yale 91 The position attained and thVs universal acceptance and approval ottheS pleasant liquid fruit1 as illustrate thet of ties pa which its success FigSyrup   

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