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   Burlington Hawk-Eye (Newspaper) - October 30, 1890, Burlington, Iowa                                giSTAMFFBltt factories Springing up nTer the iu Jn lojnnentofTin lack II bill passed clamorous information of a single as the result of its of a single instance of in to tho 5 tone of challenge in thews of up or shut up t thought to be im spring into cxis but within a week after rates were actually in began to appear in spapers Agencies reported a gen Sfasmess all over the laud f in the south and feeling They also iddltlon of now grades of ir stock of carpets by tho the aud body Urussols CODtinuo at reduced contained columns lie cAsnsion of its particular tellinof preparations to build now old A classi ng these new operations was eetby Ihe Dry Goods CTiroui irticlc not intended to exercise but merely to Inform t In this new enter ire inclu Thirtyone are ill of Wfcon aud Bisons line sir west of the Ohio LvSce a ncs of dry luan a arc calculated to give em another year to at least thousand The new Ills number i forfeone aitting and flu twenty worsted six linen two Dry aco mt Tho fact that these L w be started is well Enartslsve reached this country flatJorelgn ttheMcKlnley bill In their plans havo dccdcd Ea import themselves and their T and have already Vetol into a company with a cap Iftiimillions of dollars with this KsL 5I1a of their directors Kin the TJnifed States looking for allot to orectJmills capable of hold thousand Another L undertaking is being now ar iiortiy Charles the senior jerol a French unufartuwk have been largely Barres and his associates invest two mil tjn an American woolen mill Ifc only question they are now con is merely that of a Last iBgements were completed by aseof extensive grounds at El forithe erection of linen Eight millions of capital arein j in this The greater part iScotch which one may be never have left home but for jbctical application of therepub thatjthose who share our iges should Help to foot our s important western corporation d Iran the cast with capital is the F cotton mill at de rive hundred thousand dollars The dress goods house of John Daniel in tho next after men toningan immense stock of ladies declare that they are selllm Hflrt Jess than last years prices g Wfa lieieit column ICnapp tho great carpet inform their customers Notwithstanding tlpriso in the price of all imported we will continue to maintain our low the third column of the fim page priiit an advertise ment which conspicuously proves the assertions made from time to time that thjs conspiracy to raise prices is a con spiracy between the democrats hero and a group of foreign manufacturers against whose business In this country the new tariff This ad ycntlsement says The agents of a fa mous glovemaker notify us of higher prices for future aud kindly sug gest the marking up of those in stock to correspond with new This Idea does not assimilate with our conception fair Time enough to advance prices when goods actually cost an excellent stock of gloves of the best makers at old 5 the first column of the thirtysixth page of tho Herald Dauman car pet the public We are still celling at the same prices as ex cept that in many lines we have made sharp the third column of that a large furniture says AVearc reducing prices from 10 to 20 per cent on a dozen different the fortieth and in tho first one of tho largest dry goodsdealers lu New advertises hundreds of different dress up holstery boys and says Tariff prices will with us this week bo more at tractive than In any previous tho same page Crawford another large drygoods say that they succeeded in pur in Paris an immense stock of goods at a large discount from regular It has never been our they to present to our customers such a magnificent collection of long Paris wraps at such a great reduction from their actual APPROVAL FROM CHILL Proponed Adoption of a Silver Jor JUlAmericaii Egan idyises tho state department that the jpnssident cf Chili has expressed to him tijipiinost cordial approval of the propo sijlohs of the recent International con especially the proposed adoption pljva common silver coin for circula tlonj in all the American tho president by maldng silver the American standard of srilue in contradistinction to gold as the European do more than any other to extend and consoli date tho influence of tho United States anfl increase her commerc with tho re pnblicsof South in the raanufact ittonon The recent visit of luillshand Gejrman iron masters has ptfiolirgo investments in mining jSies in Kentucky and Alabama manufacturers are to bo pres organization of Eng i Junerieani capitalists has been Jwherebylen millions of Jibedevoted to the manufacture of Mt The work is progrcssint at Deadwood and i City lor tlis development of the 411111s tin and the six millions il which has been so long wait in opportunity to begin opera Ijnthe KearneyFlak mines is now ptictivcly ati At the same lirnngementsjare rapidly progress construction of a factory at lor tie making of tin plate y and at jeast four corporations onein and two In 1ittsburg for the alactnro of tin It these is enterprises at least twentythree BO dollars ari The ton industry has also undergone il is remarkable lor its quickness The important firm of of Philadel only made arrangements enlargement ol the but bvc Increased the weekly wages of ffifteen hundred employes from Tito twenty per The button of which rtich had almost entirely ceased have already rekindled tenoces and sis thousand men late I employment arc assured of lent These are but a few itimndreds of enterprises which cated by the McKiniey bill Winort They are confined They areas BBS and Important in the west as tlle democratic press for the production of these ol better they little to be so quickly WOES HOT Uerclmuu SinHnh the Cou unocmtic Governor ShonpH Annual annual Governor of estimates the value of taxable property of tio territory at About threefifths of the agricultural lands of Idaho are arid and must be irrigated to Owing to the severity of last winter heavy losses were inflicted on tHigJivc stock A satisfactory IncreaseIs shown in the production of the output of last year being nearly double that of any former Asto the Mormons the governor to all appearances they have resolved to polygamous MARRIED TO SAVE A THURSDAY OCTOBER Hired by Democrats to Steal Letters From Chairman Demo Special to Tho HawkEj e whowL a tho of the Hrnn I H W0fk at tne lican hut a few when fnr emocratic state committee stealing letters for At one time he was paid at another In re sponse to urgent entreaties of the mother Li boy MrFuller Stored Chairman Mack of his letters andthe boy has made a clean breast of it and cxliib a from Chairman written while negotiations were pending lie would not havo done what he did but lor the encouragement of democratic state central aud time ho seems to have been under Influ ence of Thus another of the con temptible practices aud methods of tho democratic state central committee is ex Others are about to follow enough to make every honest voter shun any connection with tho party which em ployes such Chairman Fuller has done tho least that could be expected from honest men when after tho boys confession aud tho mothers prayers lit returned tho stolen ALLISON AT the arrest of James a on the charge of committed Monday night in a gambling Col lerwas searched anda revolver and knuckles and ho was sentenced to Jail for thirty days for carrying concealed Ills trial for robbery of the negro is set for October the THE ILLINOIS Karuist Work In Eleventh Special to The HawkEy the magni ficent and patriotic effort of republican speakers of Mercer county continues and the good work goes rapidly forward at four different places In this county to truth and tho tariff was discussed at Preemtion by Senator lierry at Pomeroy by Petries and Galloway at Viola by Gest at Thomas Cable by Senator lierry will address tho citizens of Aledo and vicinity on Friday other able speakers will It will be a grand meeting and a grand lie will also speak at Keiths burg on Thursday evening and at liliza on Wednesday evening als seven The senator is a speaker and always draws an immense 1 Gest will speak at New Windsor on Thursday The democrats in this county have re sorted to low insinuations and villainous scbeinesfor tho defeating a part of the in this and the very fact that they have stooped to such a low order of canvass has strengthened tho whole republican ticket in this county and in consequence the inevitable prospect is that the com plete ticket will go through by larger majorities than ever ELAINE AT SOUTH llright Oul An KnllmgiHMtic A Special to Tho Senator Allison addressed one of the finest au diences at tho opera house today that ever assembled at Vinton and a more en thusiastic or better pleased crowd Is seldom And larger or more en thusiastic audiences never havo gathered in the school houses of this county than greet republican speakers in this cam paign and there is a revival of tho old spirit of republicanism that will tell on next Tuesday at tho IOWA SUPREME Costs of UilliiisH Appeal Charged lu llio Iccisiouft iti Railroad Special to The HawkEyeJ Dis Supreme court proceedings Siato motion to tax the costs of printing ab stract to the overruled and ordered that the state must pay Cook Whee ler Eock Island and Pacific Hallway company for Jasper affirmed Thoenlng for Scott affirmed Furman Kock Island and Pacific Eail from Muscatino coun reversed Urook Eock Island and Pacific fram Jasper affirmed Fullerton Lumber from Woodbury reversed from Marion affirmed Judge from Clinton af INTERNATIONAL Ttoinantic Weddine rf Marj Iluttvr worth and llauffhwalt Mary daughter of Congressman of was today mar ried to Haughwalt of tho state The marriage was to have taken place but last Friday Howe was taken ill with and his condition has been aggravated byofdistress of mind because of his in to keep the wedding engagement When Miss Hutterworth learned this fact she proposed all formal ities Jje dispensed with and the wedding ceremony take place at once in HowoV sick The physicians dc cided this would be the best possible thing for the and accordingly the wedding occurred A Demana on tlie i general land office has made a demand upon the Burlington and Quincy com pany successor to the Burlington and Missouri River Railroad in tho we twentyone a lew years adjustment of the grant made by the act IM rcconveycnce to the government of acres of laud al leged TO have been patented to the Missouri Elver Railroad excess of the quantity TweiityKirHt Annual Convention in Sett diou at Special to The HawkEycJ Interna tional American Hee Association began their twentyfirst annual session In this city today with delegates in attendance from many eastern states and The meeting was opened with the usual ap pointment of Mayor John Craig welcomed the delegates to editor of the Dec Journal of delivered an address on fifty years pro gress in In the afternoon apicultural journalism was discussed by editor of the bee Keepers Presi dent Taylor of then delivered his annual address in which he spoke of the great progress in Honey pasturage of the United States was tho subject of an ex cellent paper read by editor of aimnimj in lice Mason read a paper on the subject of the apiarian exhibit at the coming worlds fair at The reading of each paper and address was followed by general discussions partici pated in by all The session will hold three Tomorrows pro gram will be of great lington and company in congres has compiled some that the democratic cry ased prices on account of the I is trumped up for cam In many cases where need the price it will change has nothing ll The transaction liafe n estoneon tho Parto1 o thc Committees pub lie analysis of DEMOCRATIC Speaker Keed Promised the Miwoiirl for York Times present campaign in Missouri has disclosed a political ar rangement that is It re sulted from Chauncey Fillcy s success ful manipulation of the republican and its purpose is Thomas it can be reliably has taken steps to secure a dele Ration from Missouri to tho next repuoli Tho Secretary of Slate Speaks oC tho TarilVanil SOUTH Blaine reached here today at noon and was taken to the homo of James Oliver for Snow was on tho ground and rain was falling when he ar rived there were only a few who ven tured out to meet the distinguished Ills speech was delivered at two oclock at the town skating ripk to a large aud enthusiastic crowd of republi Notwithstanding the disagreeable weather a great crowd of people was in town aud all that could possibly crowd Into the rink assembled there gave Blaino an enthusiastic lilaino said there is uo subject so contin uously misrepresented iu this country as the lie would discuss no particu lar section of the McKiniey but called the attention of the people to the fact that today they owe their pros perity in a large degree to the system of protection inoro than to any other law passed by Tho democratic papers are talking a great deal about the advance in prices and the oppression of tho poor Under the last free trade which ended iu the people paid more for everything that entered into their living and household expenses than Yet the whole country is resounding with the appeals of the democratic party to vote against the re publicans for making high Dur ing tho twentynine years of protective policy tho tendency of prices for luxuries and necessities have been steadily If protection does so much for tho you havo a far grander subject to contemplate when you look at the aggregate progress of the country under that There is no country on the globo whose pro gress can compare with We havo more railways than all the continent and islands in the Nearly fivesixths of these roads have been built since the republicans have been in I use this simply as an because it is the largest single interest we During the twentynine years of protec tion we have considerably more than doubled the population of our We have acquired wealth despite the strain on tho people of paying the ex penses of the bloody civil sum al most When a man says to you are Injured and pinched in your dally living in consequence of this tariff ask him if you did not pay more for things under free trade than yon do I think this a good question to put to every Congress has taken another step and vindicated the reputation of the republican party which is always ready to take a step for I call you to witness that all the great movements of ad vancement that have been all tho great steps taken in this country have been taken by tho republicans while the you cant do it lilalnc then went WORSE THAN A Discouraging Reports Concerning the Australian Neither Side in Weakening Karow Effcltpc Froin iir Scot and Es discouraging reports received from Australia in refer ence to the great shipping strike are most disappointing to he friends of labor in In neither side seems to he gaining any but the unfortunate struggle has resolved itself into a fight between two resolute bodies of and apparently will end only when the funds of one side are entirely The owners federation in England is sending assistance to the shipowners of the anti podes in sums of thousands of while the assistance rendered the laborers by Englisirunions can be estimated only by The struggle is as disastr ous to Australiaand New Zealand as a civil war would be and quite bears out Sir IlonrVj Parkes statement that bombard ment could not be worse for Sydney than the present It seems now to be a question of now long the dockers can hojd put against the owners whilojonthe the owners losses must run into enormous The radical newspapers of Australia and New Zealand describe the continuation of the strike as and declare that ihe cannothope to pit its collec tions from trade unionists against British The friends of both sides are endeavoring to bring to an end this war and induce the leaders of the dock strikers to meet the owners on common the owners making the necessary The trade with Australia is seriously hundreds of vessels being tied up unable to got Narrow transpires that Gladstone had an extremely narrow escaped while inspecting the new Firth of Forth bridge a day or two While he was absorbed in examining the turo a train rushed by a high rate of just grazing the expremier in its flight and cans ing him to cling to the girders to prevent falling into the gravity of the situation would have un nerved a younger and more vigorous man than but he retained his prasence of mjnd and betrayed much less agitation than any of those who wit nessed his ioleNHUtl Galliciang Emigrating to numbers of Poles and Gallicians continue to emigrate to Brazil despite the rigid prohibitory measures resorted to by the Russian au who are preventing as many as possible from crossing the It is estimated that within the last six months over three hundred thousand have shipped from various ports for the now South American and doubtless as many more would take their departure within six weeks if the officials would permit their perfect freedom in the mat Minister Lincoln Coming United States left here for New York he having been granted leave of absence by this He will return to England in January and resume the duties of his MRS CLEMENS i 1119 s stupendous of thc democratic its frantic screams Every assertion that an increase article called a necessary isumes that tho per is made is gallon fron can national It can Call DHUUUill further stated that the delegation has been promised to him in the event ons being a candidate from Maine has derstanding with They have The big republican come to an un Chauncey Ives Ill been corresponding ey ey ecr since7 Filley showed that he con trolled the new state Eeed has observed The Last Tribute of Itespect 1Hid t 3Iothcr of Mark funeral services of Jane Clemens were held at tho residence of her Orion 30G North Seventh at four oclock this and were conducted by of the Westminster Presbyterian and W of the United Presby terian The services were of the simplest There was a pro fusion of beautiful floral Ihe body will bo taken to Hannibal tomor row morning and funeral services will bo conducted at two after which tho remains will be laid away in Mount Olivet cemetery by tho side of her hus for has slept on the hillside made famous by the pen of Mark their Clemens will meet the funeral party at Hannibal and be present during the exercises it being impossible for him to reach Keoknk in time for the services this colonel while at the often in vited gentlemen to pass the evening with Tho servants cannot Identify any visitor who answered the description given of Colonel Lewis wont to America In either October or His repeated visits to the hotel renders it unlikely that he has been out of England since A CLUMSY Jack letter is regarded as tho clumsiest fabrication Birchall has yet put forth An examination of tho hand writing and a comparison of it with sam ples of Birchalls show there was very much resemblance bettveeu tho two and In some cases a very striking A BLOW TO THE GAS Judge Decides Another Phase of the Great phase of the Chicago gas trust litigation was de cided by Judge of the circuit this It was on de murrer of the people to the pleas of the gas Judge McConnell In that the gas trust has no right to buy or hold stock of any companies which joined to form It is understood a judgment of ouster will be issued In a few In the decision today Judge McConnell said In part Legislative statutes do not authorize the aggregation of capital iu corporate form and control for the purpose of mere but only for the purpose of carrying forward some legitimate business In the articles of incorporation of the respondent there is distinctly and boldly announced the purpose of absorbing in several different ways not only the prop plant and good will of other cor porations engaged in the gas light and electric supply business throughout the entire state of but also tho franchise of the corporations organized under this act hereafter as they come into existence and the franchises of companies organized before the pas sage of the act The power claimed is if necessarily tending to the creation of monopoly and harmless only when not exercised at Can it be supposed that the legislature ever contemptlated that there should be an organized corporation endowed it with power to acquire tho property and franchises of all corporations formed under it or created upon its enactment I doubt if In the history of corporations there ever was a corporation endowed with powers as extraordinary and far reaching as those claimed by the re spondent In the opinion of the court the pleas not only do not answer the question but confess a usurpa tion of Tho demurrers to the pleas are therefore The coun sel for the gas trust says tho case will again go to tho state supreme prob ably at the January MEXICO MANY LIVES IN PERIL Early Morning Fire in a Jersey City Tenement TeuafitM JPanic Gut by the of the They Are Through the Windows three oclock this morning tire was discovered in a row of brick tenement houses on Pavonia Jersey and for a time the llames threatened serious both In the loss of life and the destruc tion of Soon after tho alarm had been sent out the occupants of the premises ran out into the halls In their night clothes to find them filled with blinding They became panic stricken with such garments as could be hastily gathered rushed down tho Arriving in hallway of the second the first stairway was found to in flames and further in that direction was cut The only mode of egress left tenants was out of the front windows on to a high wooden which they lost no time In availing themselves By this a hook and ladder had ar rived on tuft Ladders were placed up against awning and the mem bers at once set to work to rescue the imperiled The women and children were first carried down and de posited in the nelghboringdwelliugsand the men lost no time in scrambling down to the Charles a bar was badly James one of the boarders occupying a rear slept soundly through the excite When aroused he sprang out of bed aud made a hasty exit down the lad lie was the last occupant of the building to escape aud narrowly escaped The origin of the fire is a but it is believed to have been the work of an incendiary KUjLED BT work in South Dakota as most enconrag The reports showed them to be in Officers were then elected Templar Elect Ulinoise Grand v commandary Knights Templar today the following officers Grand of Parfsi 11 deputy grand Sylvester Peoria grand Mat toon grand James Decatur senior Harvey Olney grand John Chicago grand re and grand standard Henry Mont The Farmers DBS Farmers alliance met here They decided not to make It a party in Tho president read his report and the session then adjourned till Tho secretarys report shows that in the past year the membership has Increased MJ The secretary recommends the ac tlon looking to lessening the burden of taxation on farm products and placing it more largely on railway and personal orn Pacific wheat at Eureka Junction burned this sixty thousand bushels of wheat If was a total loss of one hundred thousand spoanNS ATTEMPTED Takes sec n the ln America Poofs that the assertion Tho October some advertisements to column of make wesna11 con special values lessthanregu special Prces l Auction from oea nas ooserveu 4VS national committees fromth s state are controlled by 1s allegiance was formed While President Harrison is courting the element of the republican party repre sented by and Deeding only in getting himself snubbed by nearlv all of the local Is in communication with the chafr man of the state action as speaker is being onthuslastl cally indorsed by every the contest for the nomination between the president and the speaker Eeed will have the voteof this Will Their is announc6 that the Western Union operators hwo have settled their troubles with thei com pany by withdrawing from the hood and tho local lodge wnl De al hood and tho W H n Santa Ie 1ir Witli Suicidal FT young man by the name of was found in his room at Carpers house about noon yesterday suffenug from the effect of some deadly speak of him as a It is commit on account of a Tho SIASO Times to Be D TJ nntipr candidate for says that of haviug been discharged rUom mail service on account democrats shouted Loud 1 on to dismiss For a he tho republican party was divided on That showed they were reasoning In due time they became solid for When the republicans were divided on the question the democrats were unanimous for but just as soon as tho republicans became unanimous you could not get a democrat to vote for it at j If tho democrats had a good idea the re publicans would stand by But the democrats wont stand by us unless tho republican party is I do not call that wise financiering or patri otic We should not divide when the prosperity of our country is An American is a great deal bigger man than either a democrat or a Auy democrat or any re publican makes himself smaller if ho will stand in the way of American prog ress because it may harm his No great results can come from The republics of this continent should bo brought closer and closer and when wo can help them and they help us it is our business to do Ecci procity is bringing these nations closer and I believe In the next two years we can open to the farmers of the United States a market of thirtyfive millions of people in addition to what wo now It a greater step of pro gress than the democratic party has taken in tho last fifty These are facts and not In con Blaino said wo want the re publicans of Indiana stand united to gethers as they did on tho field of battle during the time of Indiana is ono of the fighting You are trained in political You have never had an easygoing election since I can and this fellow repub stand to carry it to tho bitter You wunt to watch this for if you stand up the other states will be Indiana has given strength to this conn try in its president and she should not go back In a single degree on the presi dent who sits In the executive Immediately after speaking Blame took a train for where ho joined his family in tho private car en route to Wouldnt Answer the the wit nesses called today to give evidence for the In the conspiracy case were Simon Gleeson and Alice When questioned by the counsel for the each of the witnesses refused to Tho court directed them to answer the but still per sisted In their The magistrates thereupon committed them to jail until A Spanish Minister today announces the Senor now Spanish consul gen eral at New Spanish minister to tho United States in the place of Senor who recently The Dutch Ivinj Deprived of THE todays ses sion of the Dutch parliament by of 109 to it was declared king was unfit and incapable of The council of state has been temporar ily invested with regal Uefused to Xotlce the Greek patriarch has refused to take any notice of commission appointed to effect an understanding between the Porte and the Greek synod or to abide by Its de Thirtv Armenians have been ar rested in this city on a charge of con spiring against the GLADSTONE ON THE ICummetl That That Couiitrr Placed a Duty of Per Car on American KANSAS is con siderable excitement today among Kansas City stock men relating to ad vices received from Mexico to the effect that the country has placed a duty of S300 per car on American If the advices be true this practically ruins all the live stock trade between this country and The act of tho Mexican government is regarded as a retaliatory precipitated by the fear the Mexi cans have of the McKiniey Many cars of American cattle are now on the Mexican It has been rumored among stockmen in this city the past few days that the Mexican government was contemplating a move of this kind but there was thought to be nothing in it until dispatches were received from agents today apparently confirming the MANY YEARS A Fearful Kuilroail Accident ut Khode careless work of a switchman tonight threw two cars loaded with stuel bridge girders together with such force that two of the girders swung around side ways just as a passenger train was com ing along on the New Providence and Boston One of the girders struck of the killing Daniel McDermott and wounding Fred Bennett The beam then bounded and struck the uext killing The train was stopped with ono girder sticking through the car roof and another one lying across CAUSED BY Party Workers Engage in u Quarrel That to SAN was shot and killed by James last even Allen had caused a number of voters to be cited to appear before the election commissioners and when Eoach met him he was by of being an Allen says Eoach attacked him with a knife and he Allen then drew a pistol and fired two The only weapon found on Eoach was a small pocket WILL NOT He Great Mis chief to Those Who Adopt arrived at Dundee today and was presented with the freedom of the He made an address In which ho referred to the commerce of the it is was threatened by the adoption of tho new tariff bill by tho American He wouldnt he bring a railing accusation against the people of tho United although It must inflict incidental collatteral blows on other did far greater mischief to the people of the country which adopted such a Gladstone then proceeded to contrast the decrease in tho tariff in England with the increase in the tariff in the United States and said he found com fort for England in the fact that it was not true any tariff adopted by any government on earth could inter fere seriously with the prosperity of Great The first effect of the McKinloy bill would be to raise the standard of prices in the United This meant diminished powers of expor and this again meant that while we are damnified in one of our twenty markets we derived a benefit in the other nineteen from the diminished power of the merchants of the United States to compete with British merchants in any ono of This being to the augmentation of the United States and the increased restraints under which the merchants of the latter coun try have to he advised manufac turers to allow America to find out for herself the evil effects that will follow the adoption of a high An Backed Jrlsoner The high position attained andthe universal acceptance and approl of the pleasant liquid fruit remedy as the most excellent illustrate the je ties on which its tO the hf sheriff An inwne Dane THE H committed by e wee until January was well known Colonel by the Lewis servants of the and he and Birchall were often seen Since colonel has often called at the but has as a ne was The hen is usefulas an article of llow Severe are Broken Op in Blon From tho 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 it 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 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 yon have a cough and want to stop u Chamberlains CoughSemedy will do the SATS HE KILLED Col to Trace the Mysterlonn lewis in Inquiries were made at Morleys in Trafalgar square to day to ascertain what truth there is In the story from Montreal that Eegnald under sentence of death at for the murder of and the col the alleged author of the letter re ceived by in which the writer acknowledged he shot and killed Ben were at the hotel last The books of the hotel show that an styling himself Colonel arrived there January 1 and re mained until January Birchall arrived January 14 and was a guest Elnborate Celebration of uu Annivergary iii Archbishop FeehanB opening cere monies in connection with the twenty fifth anniversary of Archbishop Feehans elevation to the were held this morning in the About hundred priests and many church dignitaries were present and many per sons were unable to gain admittance to the edifice on account of the Pontlficial high mass was with the as and a sermon was preached by ISishop ot Kansas At the close of the ser tho priests and prelates went in carriages to the Auditorium where a banquet was the Paving warover the paving question in Aurora has finally and as a consequence the city will be ornamented with patches of both cedar blocks and vitrified The majority of the together with tho ISurlington and Quincy rail way favored but the city council adopted cedar The will lay as will several property although the cedar block adherents threaten to enjoin the brick The brick con tract went to a Kock Island and the cedar block to a Chicago A flold aline Discovered in George a farmer residing near this discovered what he claims to bo gold while digging a well on his Shiny ore was found In rock thirty feet below the surface and has been examined by several old who express their belief that it Is the pure This is the second spot within five miles of this city where prospecting is being carried on in searching for Kate of Taxation in Illinois audi tor has certified that the rate of taxation of tho equalized assessment for general state purposes is 22X cents on each S100 and for school purposes 13X cents on each a total of 30 cents on each This is 2 cents less than tho rate last year and S cents less than that of tho year while the valuation has been increased Married a Lizzie a society belle of this city who is worth was married to William tho family this Miss who is a niece of the late Judge Sherman is about twentyseven years The groom is but of good ap Ho states that Captain Olm of the threatened to shoot him if the marriage Killed by a Freight evening Drury president of the Ex position Driving Park association and a prominent brick manufacturer and con was killed by a freight train while returning from a lie leaves a wife and ton examina tion of the books of Fred the embezzling bookkeeper of Mueller has developed tho fact that his shortage has increased from to over Tho defalcation extends over a period of six or seven Mehl is in Vitus nervous ness and hysteria are soon cured by Miles Free samples at Wittes Drug A Dry Oomta Uotue Clohed At water dry goods was closed today The Engineer ISrotherhood win Main tain an Independent will no general federation of locomotive en gineers with the conductors and other railway As stated last the majority report favoring the federation presented at the brotherhood convention in this city was Since that vote was taken the convention spent consid erable time in discussing the question and finally decided not to federate with any other The matter has been left with each of the twentyfive divisions to act as they may deem They IX they think it join hand with other trainmen when differences arise between the railroad companies and their em The brotherhood believes in maintaining an independent hence their refusal to adopt the resolu tion providing for a general RAILROAD The Independence Special to Th e iirSJ race called today was the unfinished f ree fer all Wilkie Russell won in twor straight Summary t AUnont ZZZ 20 il7 The next was troU Egbertime Ashland Prince Ocalla In events Kaymond Wilkes won tho twoyearold Prim rose second Second pace Sunset Patchen won the fourth and fitth Mike Logan standing second Third trot G Eeenbash Star Jim Star Clingstone Second third The freeforall trot was declared off this ending the regular Tomor row will be devoted exclusively to stand ard The liennlnga Bennlngs siz furlongs Benjamin Bertha Adair third Second fnrlongs Low lander Alarm Bell Bradford third Third and upT one mile Samaritan Leon tine Larchmont third Fourth mile and six teenth Bellwood Walter Son sec Belle d Or third Fifth two miles Stonewall Killaruey Elphin third The NuahvlUe r fonr furlongs Carmen Blanches Last Sara third Second aud up six and onehalf furlongs Barney Polemns third Third and up five furlongs Long Broeck Laura Alton Haramonro third Fourth and up one mile Argenta Penn Dollikin third Fifth and up six fnrlongs Nipper Sun Dial Malacla third HAWKEYE Suitg to Be Instigated Against Violators of the Joint Rate DKS rail road commissioners have instructed the attorney general of to begin pro ceedings in the courts to compel com pliance on the of the railroads of the state with the commissioners joint rate which went into effnct Octo ber This that on continuous shipments over two or more lines in Iowa each road shall be entitled to eighty per cent of the regular local rate for its part of the was first issued to go effect August When tho at torney general was asked to enforce the order he informed the commissioners that it had not been properly Stops were then taken to make ic again in such a manner as to be In the mean time a number of following the example of the Paul and Kansas have voluntarily acquiesced in tha Stilt is to be commenced at once against the following Iowa Central Chicago and Northwestern Chi Milwaukee and Paul Eock Island and Cedar Eapids and Northern Minneapolis and Omaha Burlington and Qnincy Sioux City and and Minneapolis and The ISnrlingtons Director John Gardner of the Burlington and who last week from has started for the west in company with Chairman John Forbes for a months study of the railroad situa The will bo joined in the west by President The last payment of 25 per cent of account of tho convertable Burlington and Quincy per cent notes due November 1 will amount to about as more than 000 was paid in Aside from these notes the Burlington and Qnincy has not a note outstanding of any description and does not owe a dollar of floating The company re cently changed its system of finance In that where it formerly was a direct lender of money it now allows its funds to accumulate in bank on The stories of contemplated bond issues are again emphatically denied Considering a The subject of consolidating tho Fanners Alliance the with Farmers Mutual benefit associa tion was discussed at this mornings ses sion of the state assemblyAn alliance committeee of live was appointed to con fer with state commissioner of the The meeting of the Drt NOT THE and of the Shirk house at Sac have made everlasting friends of the knights of the grip by closing their house and nnrsing an Omaha drummer through a serious case of Al though they lost considerable custom by so they will be rewarded in the long for traveling as a never forget a kindness shown one of their To EESTOEE AX EDITORS Frank the blind who at one time conducted a paper In Cherokeo and who is now engaged in newspaper work at Salt Lake Is soon to have a remarkable operation performed on his This operation will be the trans planting of rabbits eyes and connecting them with the optic There are several instances on record where the operation has proved A Charles the young man who so brutally assaulted Mary Bronetteo at on Saturday from the effects which she Is now hovering betweenc life and was captured at Homer Tues day evening and taken to tho Dakota A strong guard was at once placed about the jail to prevent tho carrying into effect of the throats lynching so freely made by Covington IOWAS man who has occupied the gubernatorial chair since I860 is Gear and Grimes and Lowe are the only republican governor who have Of the exgover nors ail are Hempstead being the last to pass Of theUnited States senators the state has all are living except Grimes and Wright and Kirk What the Bill Wbnlii From the An eminent citizen of Louis was traveling in Europe while the Mills bill was before the house at WashingtonIn England he fell into the large iron manufacturers of that Our establishment has been closed down for some said the but if your tariff bill be comes a law we will open And said the I suppose our factories will have to shut I suppose said the The democratic objection to the McKin ley bill is that it will reverse the English mans idea of the Mills bill by shutting down the factories of Europe and open Ing up thosfr of this Sever Bets On Bis Own They tell atrood story ot a nmn whohM fondness for fust A year or two airo had one that was said to and mar vclloiiB stories were told about of mate friend noticed that theowner ot the wonderful horse never stoked any moneyon alliance will not be concluded util to Keed iu Speaker Eeed received an ovation in WIsconson He made speeches at Eau Black Elver Madison and Waukesha and addressed a large audience at Milwaukee by James Walker of The liabilities and assets are not obtalna AsMOcluiiniC alevniiUu annual meeting ofv the WomSns aonuai mwung 01 urn vyomans uoinei Missionarrassoclatipii was opened tociay yoa contulencein See my sold tho api twinkle in dont yon enough toknow that Im my own especially when I reel sure that s siiecant coiae Whcau man knows ho can he undertakeshe feel toomodest toj say Dr Pierce put I Prescriptionbefore the public remedy tor all female tlon guaranteed or money refundiid 6a proved that dcncuiitthe He fcJksnrao merits and theteslfmony of iiwea   

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