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   Burlington Hawk-Eye (Newspaper) - October 29, 1890, Burlington, Iowa                                Meetings at Fair Borr Inorewed for Oesr County Governor Hon Koswell of Xessed two of tho finest that weio ever assem Thore was not a town v a school district but I and two more enthusi It contains and every at tho day meet one at a seat at auy long time since so nntv republicans have the most effective stumpers delivered one of his kept hisau rontinual rounds of made inoro telling points In CTerm 10 close finessed a scene more political s a revival of the of republicanism that Cov speeeh was a splerdid re of the fiftyfirst cou i speaker failed to tell n its But his MttaTw the mans energy and they know that he could idle in such a business ses Tisnt built that It is the here that Governor Gear larger majority in Jefferson SUM ie ha8 evcr iad as a rewarl karacst labors and his f aithf ul lian an indication of tho stated that a Gear iam hundred members has been i it a country vil iKOIHEE LIE tatemeuU ed Boraes SKcml to Tne HawkEye J Des statain its issue 01 the 20th has Irom this place headed An ttlesson Their correspondent EL Disrepresenwd the matter so fetly that we wish to give your read itiicisinthe case which are as Under tho McKinley bill Jm ire reQUircdto produce certifi Eoi Mistratlon of each horse at o Under the this was not ltattates had been expressed j from England direct to the The article in the is a rank but in with most of the contents of There is no duty on Im Htorses for breeding purposes jliti certificates were immediately 111 Port Huron and our fiftysix head liUIions were forwarded at to add that we consider the lain the McKicley bill relating to f siK ss ours one of the greatest its to the trade lu imported i KKOT l Arriving to Attend the IGUic Convention at Des Special to The trains coin Ijbthe city idday had on board large H a delegates to the State farrn Sjicc which meets in Heberman among them being State of fe Secretary August of Moul the neighborhood of fifteen il dclegatos are eligible to adrais kH the meeting and it is expected plitet seven hundred will be in at altliough the number may I cue Strong effort will Iwle by many in the convention to pthc alliance take such action as will themselves 10 tho support of vari congressional illy Is this tree in the eleventh rtalllaiicc has none back on Allison i of of having the alliance main EODpanisan They are not it influence or Holes 1VI11 s lay ihe corner stone of the Slavansky PodpornjicI Spolek 1 The structure is i by the Irokop VIolky lodge andwill cost between An excellent program is The Jones late consul to Bohemia f The building will b iaiatioaal convention which is tx This national meeting 1 P once in five The Ceskc Podpornjici Spolek Bohc Eenevolent society is a It has over nin The supreme lodg uartcrs at JUMPED HIS j Watson from Juitloe Hut Is tho spring was arrested at Van eiori serious charge in which a connected and was brought or He was convicted Tt from which convlc and was set free on He went to Van Meter disappeared parts which time the officers He been on the for was nearly captured by the lines about two months iem and started in Colorado and Friday ne local officers at Den t to this place at in the county jail s SUSTWIIH Convention of the association at JWtoTheflawkEyeJ twenty of the Interna on will con tomorrow to continue morrows exercises will J catling to order and hearing re An address ofi by Mayor A Papers among prohibition On one sido of the ticket weretho words Afto ou cast jour a placi f ortho numbcrand on the roverso side an the Call at Blanks saloon ran got agood drinkThe saloon keeper whose ingenuity devised this novel method of advertising Is a city offl ul CHABOED WITH A Jf and Woman Arrested Sear Charles ton Accused of lolionlug Marlon tho 12th of ist September George of Charleston after eating a lunch n tho field where ho was died n a short time in groat all the ymptoms indicating that death was ausod by poison that had beentplaced in food of which he had partaken Mien the Inquest was held tho stomach and portions of the heart and liver of the ead man were removed and sent to Chi cago for chemical Yes erday the officers received informa ion to tho effect that the exainina lon had progressed far enough to how the presence in tho stomach of trychnlne in wellmarked quantities and races of tho poison on the heart and Upon receipt of this information Marshal Trimble and County Attorney Miller went to Charleston yesterday af Squire who acted as and tho jury wore notified and vhen brought together the jury returned verdict to tho effect that Marion came to his death from the effcetsof poison ad ministered by Josephine his nd Joseph and recommended that hey be arrested and held to await the ctlon of the grand When this verdict was Mar hal Trimble set out in search of the ac used and before midnight the man and romau were under arrest They were rought here this morning and lodged in ue county Marion is about thirtysix years She denied all knowledge of tho ausc of her husbands She is the lothor of three children and beside them or parents live with Bean is about wentythrce years He professed to e greatly surprised that he should have een accused of the crime of le stoutly denied auy intimacy between imself and It is said that n aunt of Beans died September 2 quite and there is talk In the ueigh orhood of exhuming her body and hav ng au examination made of her Slonx City 1ackerH Are Siocx recent rder of the interstate commerce com mission forbidding tho railroads west of Chicago to charge a higher rate on live logs than on packing house prod nets rom Missouri river points has aroused he Sioux City If the enforce ment of the order Is persisted in they vill endeavor to combine the packing in terests of tho Missouri valley with the ailroads west of tho river and divert all lacking house products to a seaport like where shipments by water can be mado as easily as from east rn seaboard Since March more hogs have been packed west f tho river than at and the magnitude of this if carried can readily be A Slcun lately of this went to Call ornla recently and ran out of To raise the wind he compelled his wife to telegraph to his mother that he was cry next that he was dying and finally that he was The poor old mother was stricken with grief and with he aid of friends telegraphed money to lay the funeral His had suspicions and telegraphed the police to look the matter An answer was returned that Bowling was alive and but out of The meanness of the trick affected his mother almost much as the report of his death lad Treasurer of the Makes a Lengthy UerThc Eeeent Decltoe In Silver WASHINGTON and the causes of n e causes of aree Phases by the iududc a tho sllver tho London used T bds to the government Decided Asnlnttt tho Fonx important decision Involving the legality of asquat ters title to a piece of river has seen decided by Judge Stephens in tho district The case was that of Elistino Kltlno held tho river land title and brought suit to obtain possession of the land occupied by New some who held a squatters pur chased When the evidences were all in the judge took the case from the jury and decided in favor of the plain Killed by a Switch Burlington and Kansas City freight engine was switching here last it ran over and killed a young man named Walter wiose home was in Both legs and an arm were cut It is not known how Selvey came to the An inquest was held and the jury returned a verdict of accidental death and exonerated the company from any blame In connection with tho death of A Mysterious Case ut after noon a man named Frank Kohan was uuun iiidtu carried into the Sutler on South Main in a peculiar lio claimed that he fell from a wagon and had his head Brick took him to his where he lies at present in a kind of No cut is to be seen on his He is either the victim of slugging or temporarily or worse poor A Victim of Draw Oct of the PackaEe Trouble Jiot let in the granc rave ngTaiesmau for the J Failey racker of this was ar ested yesterday charged with embez ing the money of the His pecu ttions amount to sevcra hundred do He became a thief through his nability to win at draw Morse as been married but a few He pent the night in In regard to the first he says the government purchases silver as does and indeed auy article re quired in considerable quantities by pub lic tho lowest offers being always provided they do not ex ceed the highest market For the benefit of small the superintendents of mints aro authorized to purchase small lots at a price fixed from day to day by the corres ponding 10 the market These purchases average possibly half a million ounces a is not true that thoLondon price is used as a basis of silver purchase under the new During the last ad ministration not only was tho London price the only price biit thn depart ment did not pay an equivalent to the London but made counter offers to on tho theory that silver was worth less iu Xew York than London tho cost of transportation aud insurance across the The present adminis tration has been governed in Its purchases by the Xew York At no time since the passage of tho new silver law for some mouths has tho treasury felt itself limited in acceptauces to London to the government quotations being on the decimal one of the critics says The suspicious and significant fact in regard to the gov ernments purchase of is that tho houses offering largo lots have been un derbid by the hundredth part of a The government quotations aro on a decimal which Is a great advantage to those who may have advanced In formation in regard to the price the government is willing to pay on a given The government has no scale of its and bidders use whatever scale suits them If one house happens to bid a decimal lower than is the government to decline the lower bid because of the decimal The idea of any seller having advance Information as to the price the government will Is ridiculous and If there can bo any fairer method devised for purchasing silver than by public compe it would bo difficult to conceive of such It is a method which has been pursued by the troasury under all administrations since In regard to the recent decline In the price of sliver the causes which operated to produce it aro In the first the visible stock of silver In New York has not sensibly not withstanding the purchases by the gov ernment of ounces of silver since August This large and un dlinlnlshed stock is a standing menace to the price of Large western re in hopes of realizing a large held silver for months prior to tho passage of the new law or deposited it in New York for and tho result has been an accumulation of visible stocks of such magnitude as to depre ciate tho price It Is very unfortunate that this SIOCK should be allowed to ac cumulate and especially that certificates are allowed to be issued on it and guar anteed by a national bank and listed on the stock exchange to be in on It has made a football of silver to be kicked around at the pleasure of tho bulls and In my judgment there should be a law enacted against dealing in money metals on The usual demand for sil ver for export has almost entirely Not only in this but large quanti ties of foreign silver has been shipped to the United The imports of silver from May 1 to September 30 of the pres ent year exceeded the exports by while for a corresponding period last the exports exceeded the IM ports by This accounts for the fact that while the government pur chased an amount equal to the current production of our the stock was not During tho same period the shipments of silver to India did not visibly although lately they have been below the usual Hence the supply for India has been ob tained in Europe or at least than in tho United in regard to tho natural movement of stiver to Japan and Australia from San Not one ounce of silver bullion has been shipped to the Orient from San Francisco since May this while over woth was shipped during tho same period last vcar These facts of themselves are sufficient to account for the decline which has taken Then again all of roorbacks have been telegraphed Jrorn London to the purpose was to weaken jll known that nost active rnin will prove a very dangerous To place tho worst elements to he found among the savage Indians in tho regular army organization under white officers would bo unsafe and would be nlaclng too much faith in such Indians The posts at Fort and says tho can be abandoned without detriment to tho and the post at Fort Unioncould be aban doned at General Grierson renews his recommendation that the present military reservation at tan be enlarged as It is tho most available place for a harbor adjacent to Los The poorly situated place of San should be disposed of and a more suitable place obtained without de The general says tho railroads obviate tho necessity for keeping so many troops In territories whore hardships and privations have to bo and they should be concentrated to the coast where they can be mado comfortable instructed and In view of the recent unwarranted attempt to urasp lower California from the pres ent time Is auspicious for the establish ment of three permanent ASSAULTS ON THE TARIFF Kvlileucc That arc In tongue with wore so many or such determined assaults made upon a revenue measure as have bcsn di rected toward the McKinley tarffl bill and tho have the law as It stands upon Revised The attacks WHERE IS Mysterious Disappearance of a Chi cago Money Me la to Have left Debtii Amounting to Peculiar Method of not alono been Busi ness prejudices from section of the world dave been stirred up by every interest which was not given the free raw material or tho Increase of duty demanded by Its so that the fact that it has withstood the aassaults made and is today the most popular tariff measure we have over had calls more generalattentioh to the author aud sponsors than was ever given a simi lar At tho treasury department and the document rooms of congress it Is stated that never were so many or so wide calls made for copies of a measure and in formation bearing upon it as the Mc Kinlev bill aud Fmm the In quiries made it Is ascertained that efforts have been made to arouse the entire continental Europe In oppo sition for the purpose of influencing voters at the Every possible dis advantage has been taken to assail the law and the party responsible for It seems that the last stone In tho hands of free trade England has been thrown ai and the last kick possible mado by the various nations of Tho manner In which the bill withstood this fight and the way the law has weathered the storm ought to make every Ameri irrespective of political If it is indorsed by the paople at the polls on next Tuesday a as it undoubtedly will It will make the United States a stronger American Must Knforce the AntlLottery Gen eral Miller has sent a circular letter to all United States attorneys calling atten tion to tho antilottery with suggestion that they carefully examine the and spare no effort in its en Killed In u widow of the late Lieutenant of the and her daughter were out driving to day and the horse ran The ladies jumped from tho Gantt being killed and her daughter seriously Cenitun Citys population Is increase per RAILROAD whereabouts of who has been en gaged In the money lending business in this city for several is troubling a number of citizens and particularly the Chicago Trust and Savings Bank and tho United States Loan For over a week Whorton has not been seen and his wife and creditors have finally concluded ho has left the It is asserted that his indebtedness will amount to nearly of which is due to the institutions named It Is stated that Whorton frequently pursned a plan of doubtful dealing in hypothecating notes made to When a note became it is as ho was accustomed to notify signer that he could not carry it unless a new one was When this was done he promised to destroy the old but instead of doing so would leave them with the financial insti tution where he had placed them aud negotiate the now one at another It is also believed that Philadelphiapeo ple will be interested in Waortons It is asserted that herwith another several years bought the charter of a defunct Insurance company in Phila old Columbia Whortons clerk said he thought it was In this and similar concerns that much of his employers gains had been President of the Chicago Trust and Savings that but little was paid for the He thinks tho Columbia only one of three or four Insurance companies in which Whorton was interested and that all of these were used only to catch premium who never got anything out of the companies but their Murdered a night a shooting affray took place in front of a notorious saloon in this which re sulted in tho killing of Bud a col ored by a At mid night the police were informed the ne groes were preparing for an assault upon the jail where the murderer was The negroes did for want of Another Newspaper Sued by in a criminal libel suit of oxGovernor Pattlson against and of the morning Call of this wore served this morn Both defendants waived a hearing and gave ball in a sum of each for their future The Uennesaey Aasaggloffttlou NEW pre liminary examination of the accused In the Hennessov assassination case was postponed Indefinitely on a motion of the district attorney The prison ers wore remanded without benefit of Suicided by Taking SAN Dorn aged twentythree son of ex Mayor of Kansas com mitted suicide last night by taking lau To Save Blrchalla cable dis patch has been received from Sir Charles announcing that he has for warded a petition for the commutation of the death sentence of con victed of the murder of delegate for one hundred membersor a fraction over The call is a strong one and Invites all women in earnest sympathy with even if they cannot constitutionally be members of the con vention because lacking tho required The call further says Tho reasons which led to this separate organization still although this movement has led the present society and many of its auxiliaries to repudiate partisanship by official utterancesand otherwise the facts remain tho same and the necessity of a new rallying center fortho temperance women of the nation has been farther empha sized in the experiences of tho Reference id mado to the triumphant vindication of the movement In Iowa by the state union severing ts auxillaryshlp to the partisan national and to tho remarkable growth of the movement in other and the document adds The principles of nonpartisanship in the temperance but the fullest liberty outside of the organization for theexercise of individual politicarprefor enccs and commends Itself to fair minded men and women In the country at Delegates and visitors should send names as soon as possible to 1ST Sandusky Alle gheny Pai A KED HOI vBMFOOMPRESSED 1 4 y j He Sees the Pitiable Conditionof the Irish Good His Tour oClnapccr Greeted With Gheera by la Southern l Mnttera Are Getting Along in Special to The HawJtEyeJ within the history of the republican party of this county has there been so treat enthusi asm and earnest In tho manner of stump displayed in this The people of this county desire to have tho one important questionof the pres ent time plainly and explicity The republicans understand this and ap preciate the fact that honest talk and honest fact will convince our people that the greatest of all blessings for our peo ple and our is the protective tar iff system of Almost every school nouse in this county is favored with from one to two speeches by at least two or three speakers on each occa sion and they evidence their appreciation of this fair and public method of discuss ing principles by tnrnining out en masse at each and Larger and more enthusiastic audiences nover gathered In the little red school house than greet republican speakers in this The democrats are making a still hunt campaign as it and the pros pective evidence is that they will as still and silently meat deserved defeat at the They are making au effort to olect Joseph Henderson treasurer and It is possible thoy will attempt to trade off another candidate for his but It wont Party lines are rigidly Gest will be Tho whole republican ticket will be Senator Berry spoke at New Windsor to a crowded house last He will speak at three other points in the county this Congressman will also make three or four speeches in onr county the latter part of this Cable so it Is is in extensive circulation among democrats and is in great de it is natural they should think more of Cable money than of the Cable TROUBLE AT STANDIH8 Is in West Jt is reported that he is deeply Impressed with the scenes of tho general wretchedness of the peasants and the prospects of a received an ovation on landing at He said he was glad to meet the people and ex pressed his sorrow for the failure of tho He was glad he had beea able to sanction the construction of a railway which would give them A mtmber of peasants escorted Baltour to various lishlng stations and after dark escorted him over tho 15al four promised to finish the bridge be tween the two points of the Island and defray the expenses out of his owu The peasants cheered him and expressed their gratitude on the road bact West A triumphal arch was at JIulsany and Balfonr was by knots of people at various Ono of the local priests at Newport said Balfonr the greatest benefactor Ireland evur hail and they looked to him to bring peace aud pros perity to tho At West Port Balfonr received a deputation of citizens headed by a priest and length as to the best method of providing relief for the coming PEASANTS jrk ia South Dakota as most encourag The reports swed them to be In cohdfri Officers were then Templar fleet Offlt BumandairKnights Templar Jled the following Duty grand Sylvester t Peoria grand Mattoon grand Decatur senior ijTf rvey OIney grand grand anu nd standard Henry Mont iery I The fowl farmers fes jnce met here They fj I to make it party In The XJndent read his report and the session J VTtt adjourned till s report shows that In the past t membership has Increased IV The secretaryrecommends the acT jlooklng to lessening the burden of u lUXtfon on farm products and placing it II largely on railway and personal OF le Northern PacillcEloTator i wheat at burned this morning i sixty thousand bushels of a total loss one hundred thousand SPOBTIN8 Alaruilii Kenorts From Southern Kussia of a General Telegraphs Petersburg correspondent says The secretary of tho Interior has received a telegram containing alarming accounts of peasant revolts in the Kharkov and Yekaterinoslav districts In southern Kine thousand troops are operating against the peasants inthe Bogodookhov k refuse w betray their and declare they will not relapse into to die Peasants are prowling about in armed firing and pillaging land ewners They have burned five thousand acres of forest on the river Semara and have de stroyed immense quanlitiss of corn in The minister of the interior B has telegraphed the authorities in that part of the empire abolishing all ants rights in the disturbed iXT D Trouble Between Liberals and Conserv The Independence Special first i called today was the unfinished free ill Wilkie RusseKwon in two Ight Summary IT t ont l js he next was the unfinished lertime Ashland Prince TJla a the regular events Raymond kes won tho twoyearold Prim i second pace Sunset chen won the fourth and i Mike Logan standing second between the i bird trot G Reenbash r Jim Star Clingstone nd third Qgffhe freeforall trot was declared off ending the regular Tomor be devoted exclusively to stand The Bennlngs jngsr Benjamin Bertha liberals and conservatives in the canton jge Adalr third time 117 and effect of which lug seaso Undoubtedly the proouction ver has been stimulated by the pas ttonew silver But it must bered we are approachinga period of winter months when mining is active that the The Trouble JSetwecn tho Union 1aciflc and Its Chicago far as learned today nothing has been done towards settling the difficulties between the Union Pacific railroad and its Chicago connec and tho outlook is still for the sev erance of relations between them at the time November The Union of will depend upon the Chicago and Northwestern for Chicago and It is understood that the latter road and its the Omaha and will issue a circular tomorrow providing for an ex chang of business on a basis demanded by the Union General Manager of the Union and President of the Milwaukee and Kansas aconference this morning with the result that the latter roid will probably accept the Union Pacific Egan said to a reportpr after the confer ence that it would be foolish for his road to join tho other western roads as it had nothing to while its relations with the Union Pacific would bo much to Its o Conclusion ICeached in the Matter o f Live Stock live stock committee of tho western roads reached no conclusion today in the matter of equalizing tho rates on live hogs and packinshouse Tho general meeting will consider tho matter Thurs A meeting of managers of the south western Missouri river lines today contrary to entirely The life of tho agreement was extended to December No at tempt was made to agree upon i basis of percentages to govern tho division busi that being left to tho board chair The Chicago and Alton gave notice it would comply with tho recent order of the Interstate commerce commission by reducing the rate on like j hogs to the level of packinghouse bo remem st nar DES state board f dental examiners in session hero for everal days has Seen nvcstigation concerning not so er and charging them violating the It Murder or Suleide a young girl died Sunday night under stances that indicate poison adm either bv herself or some ouo else her death a postmortem was held wntu t was discovered that she would ocLom a mother in three inu of her stomach is onlng jun Clemens Special to The HawkEyoJ 2SThe funeral Jane tho mother of Jttar who died last at the residence of her Orion at 300 Xorth Seventh row afternoon at four o burial will take place at A Fanner rspeolaltoTheHawkByal Hn farmer of this shot through the heart at four o day Domestic the The shooting pocur re coal house or shed in therear street Simpsons land Beoldence Tno Fom In frame residence of Jefferson burned to a Jilonday afternoon defective activity HT the working ofAmines new silver bonanzas from tho discoveries of valuable silver ead properties in Australia I am not aware of any large deposits of silver discovered within the rprtainly none So It is lair w HH r thn silver question ought to find Mentioned sufficient causes for tho recent without llrlsaUer General Grierson Makes Bta Annual n f his annual have been r department early transfer to tnoinier authori school of Will Fight the KANSAS Trans Missouri committee todaly considered charges and countercharges of the Bur lington and Rock Island regarding the alleged cut in San Francisco rates also the complaints of the Wabash regarding the ale of forbidden return harvest ex cursion tickets but tho meeting ad journed without final In an in terview this evening Chairman Finley attributes the present uneasiness to scalpers against whom he proposes to take The nature of his plans he would not but it is believed that whenever large blocks of tickets were found in the hands of scalpers thoy will authorize the roads in the associa tion to sell below the The Telegraph Operators The Western Union office in this city give no sign of a force being at are altogether twentythree men twelve of whona were while the others quit of their own Superintendent McMichaels says thoy are up with a the business and have not been at all hampered by tho walkout except for a couple of hours last A Treasurer treasurer of the Father Mat thew Total Abstinence is believed to be short in his accounts about and his property has been attached to re cover the THE HUBDfGER BROTHERS AT A Attachment Suit Brought by the Keokuk NEW Elm City driving owned by Nich olas and this was today attached for by of The at tachment resulted from the alleged fail ure of the New Haven Hnbingers to carry out their part of an agreement to transfer their starch business to the Iowa bi The New Haven Hublngers claim tho last installment of was long overdue and tho western Hubinger claims to have come to New Haven with tho cash to meet the but they wore absent and there was no one to re ceive the AN INTERESTING The Legality of the ClaMlllcation taw to be Tested In the NEW applica tion of Joseph Judge Lacey today granted an order requiring the customs appraisers to produce all records regarding the ap praisement on a certain consignment of cloths on which the firm claims too high duties were The firm alleges tho goods In question were manufactured of Au Interesting point of tho suit Is that the firms contends the act of Mayflth providing for of worsted cloths as woolens does not apply because the act was not passed according to They assert there was no quorum In tho house when tho bill was certified to have been passed and that it was not legally declared passed the A GREAT the am reserv almost the full work There To Suppress With a view of sup pressing the enormous whisky smuggling business in Cardinal Taschereau has issued a letter to his flock on tne evils of the In this he strongly condemns henceforth to be deprived of the benefit of the sac rament of the In Dally Attendance at the Texa Special to The Texas fair which closes here next Sunday has been the most successful of its kind ever in the An average of people entered tho gates daily with a noticeable percentage of them from the Tho latter have yested about here in various enterprises and say that this is only the beginning of a large The capital work will commence next an another new cotton a majority of the stock in which Is held by Massa chusetts Charles Francis Adams spent a day here and expressed himself as delighted with the city and its Ho squinted at the granger movement and asserted that the period of watered stock on railroads had Although tho fair has been running nine there has not been so much as a case of simple assault In the police The western cattle and horse show is but no finer than those raised In The swine ex hibit is particularly fine and the facts that owing to tho open swine can be fattened here at 30 percent less than in the Governor Tay lor of depreciated any talk by politicians looking to a division of He struck a tender chord and was applauded to tho Kicking Horse and Sitting Bull Caus ing All the the Sioux seems to be responsible for most of the trouble at Standing Ho claims to have vis ited heaven and returned to earth to tell the Indians what good things are in store for Major McLaughlin ordered him off the reservation and confined sev eral other troublesome spirits in the guard The Indians have been making day and night If it were spring instead of fall there would be danger of an uprising but it is not be lieved one will now Sitting Bull is doing all he can to foment the disurb No Danger oTan army head quarters this morning Colonel Corbin said that so far as the reported con templated outbreak of the Indians at Standing Rock agency Is concerned it has become an old Old Sitting he has had a few dissatisfied followers about him for a long bnt it I be safe to say that there Is no truth In the Then again General Miles is now in the field right up in that he will no doubt give the matter his personal of who has traveled extensively throughout the entire country adjacent to the Uintah reservation and is familiar with the re lations between citizens of Glenwood Springs and the Utes says there is no reason for any apprehension on the part of the Glenwood as tho Uintah agency Is situated nearly one hundred miles awajv A Registration regis tration controversy which is of general interest because the question involved applies to every city in has developed It seems tha poll taxes of several hundred persons have been paid from funds deposited with the city treasurer by democratic local man Tho republicans assert the names of those voters have all been placed on the lists illegally under the state consti tution and they will carry the matter to tho The Count or Iarls In morning the Count of Duke of Orleans and their visited tho Ursullne convent and the cardinals Tho visitors were cordially received by Cardinal Archr bishop who was attended by several dignitaries of the This afternoon thR visitors mado a flying visit to the shrine of Laconne Ste taking a view of Montmorency falls on their way The citizens gave the visitors a banquet this Farinera In Secret Grand of Ticino has broken out afresh and further disorders have An other battalion of troops has been sent to the canton to assist in restoring report is received from one of the capitals of the canton of stating that fighting occurred today between troops and dis affected liberals and there was some blood The federal council by a unanimous rejected the appeals made by the Ultramontanes of the Ticino against the popular vote October 5 when declared in favor of a revision of the constitution of thepg The Condition of Hollands THE todays sesv jcond furlongs Low fer Alarm Bell Bradford J Race one mile Samaritan Leon V Larchmont and upT a third uirth mile and six thr Bel I wood Walter Son sec le d Or third f th two miles ewall Killarney Elphin V The Xashvllle four furlongs j Blanches Last third It slou of the Dutch parliament 1 announced that the serious con cond and np llackay announced that the serious con dition of the king incapacitated him for six and onehalf furlongs Barney aition OI tau ttiug luui A nt performing the duties of governmentiND VA Eugenia Polemus third He asked parliament to make the declar that tho constitution prescribed Both chambers will decide e ft n nj GlatlHtone Free in an address to the workmen extolled free He said the results of the last fifty years of legislation had been that trade multiplied the popu lation had doubled and the moral and political condition of the country had enormously British Gunboats in the Ruo from Mo zambique state that tho British gunboats safely ascended the Shiere and entered the Kuo Letters of recall have been sent to Senor the Portu guese minister to A French and a journal ist fought a duel near Tours Saturday last with Aliard was shot in the stomach and has since lieporteil is reported that a vessel with seven hundred emigrants on board has foundered off Capo A Verdict of coroners jury in the case of rendered L a verdict of murder against ird and up five furlongs Long Broeck Alton Haramouro Eurth and up one mile Argenta Penn Dollikin third fith and up six furlongs Nipper Sun Malaciathird HAWKEYE Seven Hundred Emigrants Gratifying to with white men He says The high position attained and the universal acceptance and approval ol tne oleasant liquid fruit remedy Syrup of as the most excellent laxative illustrate the value of the quali ties on which its success is based and are bundantly gratifying to the California Lodge of Illinois of the secret session branch of the Farmers Alliance con vened President of Vir Tho organization has 260 lodges and from ten to twelve thous sand Nothingwas done today beyond the appointment of committees and the hearing of an address from Ben jamin of the grand lecturer of the United ASatlsfaetory Northern Cheyenne con sisting of General Nelson Smalley and Joseph has completed Its conference with the Sioux and Cheyenne Indians at Pine Ridge agency In regard to the transfer of the in a satisfactory manner and left last night for the Tongue River agency to complete Its King Leopold nt Belgium arrived at Pottsdam The Steam Fitters steam fitting establishment in Chicago is idle all of the union men and ninetyfive per cent of the nonunion men being out on the strike which commenced John president of the steam fit ters said everything conceiv able had been done to bring about a meeting with the masters by which the question could be but their efforts were Followed by an Angry Skin young attorney of lately of Fort oloped Saturday night with a young daughter of F of that Skinner is alleged to have a wife living near Fort and officers and an angry fatherare in pursuit of the Bnshcls or Barley in the George Weideman Browing companys establishment at last night destroyed a large warehouse containing one hundred thousand bushels barley and The loss Is esti mated at fully A Valuable mineral Issae Middleton found a vein of nine feet of fine yellow ochre his in Madi son It makes a good and is a great The vein extends over several farms and lies at a depth of ten feet from tho NOT SimtK THE and of the Shirk house at Sao I have made everlasting friends of jnights of the grip by closing their I and nursing an Omaha drummer Jijgh a serious case of AI fh they lost considerable custom by they will be rewarded in the for traveling as a r forget a kindness shown one of I RESTORE AX EDITORS k the blind who at Irae conducted a paper Cherokeo ho is now engaged in newspaper at Salt Lake is soon to have operation performed on his This operation will be the trans ing of rabbits eyes and connecting the optic There aro i 1 il instances on record where the tion has proved xnniNG A Charles the young man who so brutally Ited Mary Bronettee at itnrday from the effects of i she is now hovering between life was captured it Homer Tuos Vening and taken to the A strong guard was at once l about tho jail to prevent the ing into effect of tho threats of ing so freely made by Covington s man who esDccupied the gubernatorial chair ort I860 is land Grimes and Lowe She only republican governors who Of the democratic exgovor ill are Hempstead bolnp ost topass Of theiUnlted 3 senators the state has all arc except Grimes and Wright and Kirlc NONPAETI8ANTEMPEBANOTWORKBRS A National Convention Called to Meet In Allegheny call has been issued for a national convention of the nonpartisan national Womens Christian Temperance Union to be held in Alle gheny November 20 and The representation is one delegate for every one hundred paying members of auxiliary state unions1 and I in unorganized states one How Severe Colda are Broken Up In rrom the Virginia City When we find a medicine wo know to possess genuine we consirer It a and we take pleasure In telling the public what Such a medicine we found Chamberlains Cough 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 tho course of two or three entirely broken them up by its as have several of onr friends to whom wo have recommended It Is all that it H represented to be by the manuf If you have a cough and want to stop it Chamberlains Cough Remedy will do the i Tor bv Two Civil Engineers NEW of the ex press trains over the New York and NewT Haven railroad today struck a party of men at work on a bridge near Lyme and two of tho civil engineers In the employ of the road were Steamship steamship Alexander Swift collapsed near Glen on tbeMonongahela river early this All on board The steamer was heavily laden and broke in ued at The vessel Por Salt rheum Take Hoods Will Bfcet ut Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers today decided on tha plaro fnr the Bill TVonlii Have t ltrom the Louis nueminent citizen of Louis was abiding in Europe while the Mills bill efore the house at he fell into conversatioa T the largo iroa manufacturers of Our establishment has a a closed down for some bnt if your tariff bill be a law we will open And said the I ZTtctories will have to shut Oppose said the objection to the McICIn BeJl is that it will reverse the English idea of the Mills bill by shutting the factories of Europe and open A those of this Mrn tell a jrood story of amuawhahaaa for fast A year or two afro b 33 U e that 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