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   Burlington Hawk-Eye (Newspaper) - October 31, 1890, Burlington, Iowa                                r i THE JlAU c rivate Confen mocratic state central of campaign methods them with stunniug individually cod in tho themselves because i countenance the political to the size of hour last night ak fortythree letters to with the dont say any ve wont say any iils of the manner in which came into pos s made known e the boy USBd as their Session to his H e by a local could make with tho derno The gambler also ap ttW ie Set sowe mouev t nnssure he succumbed and certain Elite democratic central com I TK told ulm tliat wanted r could but especially After li ite democratic central com telto the following letter t the mails with this Iwill meet you My wav will be the following issent him sou at tiic time but 35 Savory at ibii FULLEX meets havini been made juilen jnd secre met young hie last Thursday The I j lick and drove to the re hei3Qiisrters and Lee and Lee remained ill tfle the ynung man went OOBS and sot the first batch of He sates positively that there jtertai Clarkson among ttj 6id any letter from that n so that the letter which was BtSnnday morning purporting Jrm him was Kith Chairman Macks state It never received a letter SIE like the one the local organ Some of te obtained were published i mornings issue of the democratic organ in this luge edition was worked off thronsh the The is in Dubuque and other the same letters yester ted on that morning the another lot of tho let night a third installment is to In but when the came tc its senses it isippress use the republican committee iC In visited after midnight last and young Hutchins says jmies came with him in a bis time they got thirtythree Ichwe returned last tnnras a copy of the demo al miaees circular assessing the It roles oi the state five cents thich was published rerkiieyouni man says that wauc committee paid him ul lo write three times one Chalrmau Mack ite had no key to the door be ic documentroom aud the io3 Eteotie but the u i I the door between the two is not Last Monday U was and he Mot lor his getting into the T a unless he had keys that the aowltdgc Thn committee B with the parent and family 4 and Is not disposad to isimuch as ihe parties who etnyo the ago the democratic had Published Nerkrioug emo Campaign to The contempl ate democratic state cen i in bribing the young man o tic republican state is acting as a boom nothing but con action Is To the Chicago IWiunc full exposure in toe hands of news boys It is openly charged the all they could toads In Des Moines no every and it is to neighborhood copies of a note by the Iowa Loan containing tho fol coin and loan and tho committee had and Trust company of Des Moinos Iowa that as secretary of said company I under that tho within note is So only note that has been printed for ti use of the Iowa Loan and Trust since tue passage of the silver billiht the Jorm of the note used by tholowi Trust and Loan company up w a ra t datelsa note that was prepared in Janu 1S87 and that there has not word of change in said note excepting as the rate of Interest after maturity nr note until the within note was printed that said changes as to the rate of interest was made prior to the day of J prior to tho passage of the silver bill and any statement to the effect that the Iowa Loan and Trust company have changed their form of contract to take advantage of certain provisions under tho silver is absolutely without foundatto that tbe old 1SS7 form of not re deemable In silver certificates or silver are redeemable in treasury notes issued under the provisions of the new silver Subscribed and sworn to before me by this 3Bl51 day of Notary Public in and for Polk County The note used today since the sli er bill has and referred o in the does not con tain the ivorda other than silver coin and silver Tho paner money issued under tho provisions of this bill are treasury and not silver fcence every one of the old notes could be paid with treasury notes In issue under the provisions of the new This attempt to misrepresent facts and misquote large financial concerns like the Iowa Loan aud Trust company is but in keeping with hiring boys to steal letters aud attempts at bribery in other besides lying as to increased Uow any intelligent citizens merchants or rnauu lacturers can support a party usiug such methods Is an open Exposure is sure to and in their case has come soou enough to open the eyes of the voters in UHKERVSD BT A Democratic Speaker at Cone Hears of the Death of Hia Special to The HawtEyeJ a young democratic orator of arrived here to make an answer to Frank Jacksons speech ono weak ago this A short time before ho was to make his address he received a stating that a sister had suddenly died in This so unnerved him that after about ten minutes he sud denly became ill in the use of his unbe coming epithets and was forced to bo Many democrats were dis gusted with his short talk and said it was well that he was not able to ilthough they sympathized with him in lis other one a greeubacker and the other a dem talked about the republican chi canery and the robbery caused by the McKinley They gained nothing and Instead lowered themselves in the estimation of both democrats and repub Icans for their A SERIOUS FRIDAY Several People Injured as iheKetnlt of a Train Special to The serious collision occurred on the Iowa Central ust of this on a at bis A switch engine was lacking down to Timber Creek quarry or a train load of when it collided with a wild both running at a tigh The shock was so great hat the freight engine was lifted bodily n the air and alighted squarely on top of the switch Iloih engines were badly wrecked as wero several freight Jlosely and Ruben aud Ealph and were injured by Ylosely and Ralph the others The collision was the result of the mistake on the part of a traindis A YOUHG He Captured Near KiveraUie With Stolen Goodn in His Special to The Kes r Xicolas store was broken into this lorning at about two an en ranco being effected through a wo shot one several re kuives and a lot of ammunition vere A suspicious character was een about eight miles north of here bout seven and officers were nt in pursuit and arrested the indi idual and all the stolen property was ound in his The thief was rought to Riverside before Squire Haw who sent him to the sheriff under S300 and to appear at the next erm of recommending that the oy be sent to the reform Tho hlef is a mere slrippling of a is fteen years old and gives his name as ohn His parents are living nd reside near so the boy He claims he was hired to do the stealing y au older who promised to re ward him for the and plans were aid to divide the booty next he officers are on tho track and the con ederate will be arresfd before this is in as his whereabouts are the of the Republican eat the froe coinage Joted for the bill al nsand monopolists to ttef thCr6 the treasurj e with the pro B redeemable on reasury of the Bee of any as United States fy be ressied of sucl time bullionj arid icd there purchased i treasury note i payment of al creep THE BEE Papers Kesd on the Subject of Special to THE cgs session of the International Ameri an Keo the reports of the he affiliated association in regard to rops and prospects was Miller of delivered an address on What I know about lice In the Eigeno becor oi Forest started an animated discussion by his the use of full sheets of foundation in brood and surplus Earnest Root oi discussed the relative qualities of fixed and suspended comb This evening Professor oi the agricultural college of Michigan delivered a discourse on tbo conditions necessary to insure a honey At the afternoon session the name was to the North American Bee Keep ers Mason of Au Mason of Chi Newmann of Chicago and McKnight of were ap pointed a worlds fair aparian committee LOST A Accident to a Madison Tonne morning Lawrence Kennedy went t Burlington to take his brother Edward who is working some u returned on tho passenger isst jumping from the train when i reached IMne In some UDknolf manner his right foot got under in being so badly inashed as to nc cessitate its It is that ho is injured but 110 serious could not bo told last Dropped Dead of IBpocialto The HuwkEyeJ fiftyfive years while anv Ing through the streets this afternoon dropped dead of heart a Supreinn Special to The HawkEyoJ DES business from Mahaska dismissed McCormlck Ifayetto affirmed Stats v Pflaefror and State oik reversed State w w from Polk count lu missed State appellant f oik affirmed State a OCTOBER 1890 Court adjourned to the January WENT HOME udilen Death a Davenport Carnenler Special to Tho 30Ernst a carpenter and a wellknown oo in to w ork and would go home e e uttered tho words ho stooped and a thercd up the tools he had been straightening he fell dead hero was no further sign of life Tim was about years oid and S has been vi i o 1 ing that has been of the familv KEEP OUT OP ntlle KirorlH of llomocrats to Capture tbo Farmers Special to The HawtEye DES effort of ae politicians to deliver the Farmers Iliance over into the interest of tho euiocratic party has siKnally 3 lurrows was reelected president illiain of elected vice and August of Appa The farmers hero pcaic in high terms of the republican and a large majority are In favor of eeplug the alliance out of Maltrrauid by railing proprietor of ie Brundien house at was ar stcd in this city for congned over night in a cell in the ouuty jail in which were also locked up couple of Duriug tho night the compelled Bruiidien to submit to II sorts of shameful going far as to tear away every stitch of otbing from his They also mused themselves by pounding their Ictlms face into jelly aad tattooing his ntiru body with black and blue hc noise finally awoko the and rundlcu was rescued more dead than Tho maltreated man says he will ie the cijy for heavy Widening tho FOKT ork of laying the standard gauge rails n tho Madison and Des oines was commenced in the yards yes One narrow gauge rail is ro aced by tho heavy on which two ie present rolling stock will bo Ou ie opposite side of the small rail an her heavy one is being so that hen the road is changed to a standard ne the track will bo Air Urakea for Freight DES Illinois cntral Railroad company has com cnced the work of equipping all freight ud coal cars intended for use on the iwa divisions with airbrakes and safety iuplers as provided by the Coffin bill issed by the last general Fell Heir to Special to The HawkEycJ a former resident of this as falln heir to over The tate Is in the old country and Is worth A lawyer has left to secure legacy and equalize the claims of the LIttel Suit liy a CniAi jury the case of Frank Millar against the nziffc company for damages for after being out over twentyfour returned a verdict In favor of the efendant yesterday RAILROAD nit by the ISfidge Company to Kerover Kelths Bridge company and tho Iowa Cen raf Railway company have brought suit n the federal court here to recover tax erroneously The ridge spans the Mississippi river at and was constructed or the exclusive use of the Iowa Central In tho year 1837 the bridge roperty was assessed at by Louisiana which the federal ourt annulled in it being hown the corporation stocks were not wned in The suit is brought to ecover what had already been To Enforce the Joint DKS o the attorney general will toncc begin suits against the lowaCen ral the Chicago tho lock the cdar Rapids Paul Minneapolis Burlington Sioux City acific and Minneapolis Louis to compel them to adopt he Iowa commissions schedule of joint ates which took effect October The ommission Is informed by the attorney general that these suits will be brought mtnediately In the Council Bluffs court ad pressed to an early pro the supreme court in the case now nendinn does not sooner decide that the aw Is of he attorney general thinks is not likely o The Hog and Iacfclnrr Ilonne Western freight association today referred the uesfion of equalizing the hog and pack house rates to a committee to confer the Alton roadand eujieavor to get hat on u to agree to advance packing product rate from eighteen to Sve cnts Instead of reducing tho the first Allthe Hues 7niStself as affecting the lines but would resultiu pulling down Iowa The Alton not being in twentytwo OICIUDED TO he Rooky Time Experienced by a Postmaster in He In Founded ana Kicked About and Finally the Matter With the by Uetlrinj Capital postmas er at has con luded to Some of his neigh it entertain personal ob ecvlons to the mainly it is on tho ground that he is a repub He has written a letter to Post master General in which he ays Yesterday I was knocked Icked and stamped until I began to hlnk I was used Wo have eouipro nised and I have agreed to I am ruly glad to got away from These eople know not what they They nlnk It a disgrace to bo a Tho department has sent an Inspector to There was considerable discussion re tarding thedispositlon of the be hands of Secretary Post in connec lon with tho state purchasing ut the matter was finally satisfactorily Resolutions wero adopted to Ight favoring compulsory education and nlformlty In text books with state pub caton in the absence of satisfactory irnis with publishers demanding a re gion of the present system of taxation nd advising a state tax on the gross in orne of railroads and similar corpora and a general tax on all kinds of Including moneys and credits bat the accumulation of mammoth for unes be checked by a graduated income ix endorsing the present railroad com ilsslon law and favoring its extension to thor semipublic corporations favoring ho government ownership of elegraphs aud telephones that express ompanies be brought under the inter tato commerce law for prohibition of reo mileage books and and favor ig a twocent rate per mile favor ng tho free coinago of silver and isuo of all uiouoy by the government irect reduction of contract interest to ix per cent favoring the Australian bal ot and the election of tho United States enators by direct vote of the people avoring a deep water harbor in tho Gulf f Mexico demanding a reduction of al flicial salaries to a peace basis pasKtgn y congress of ihu Conirer lard bill aud 10 enforcement of state laws aualugt adulteration passage of tbo liutter optlou bill or a measure still more rastlc protesting against alien owuer ilp of lands and commending the recent commerce decision ordering luallzation in hog aud packing house roduct There was a warm fight ver tho resolution disapproving the ef orts of invarious parts of tho state to raw the alliance into partisan politics ud It was finally stricken HAT THEMKINLEr BILL AMOUNTS prominent New Tori ia of Piles than tor this Katifled the na PRICEr15 CENTS PER lenses In any congressional district where Commissioner Thomp on also has sent a contribution In aid of he democratic In a conversation Roosevelt says Clerks are as much at liberty to contribute to one larty to and they are per ecty safe and free to make contrlbu ions If they so Within the clas IQed service employes are under obliga lons to Governor Thompson s a democrat serving under this admln stration ho makes a contribution to aid ils I am a republican 1 aid If we did not want to contribute we would No ono can force a gov irnment employe to contribute nor if he lesires to contribute to compel him to oritribute to this party rather than n regard to political clubs of which gov rnmoht employes are members there is no reason why they should not be demo ratlc as well as lut any of hem will be prosecuted If we have evi ence of their trying to force contribu lohs by Commuted a president n the case of Jennie con icted in Wisconsin for violating the pos al has commuted the senteuco to ix months Going llome to Har Ison and Attorney General Miller will eave for Indianapolis Sunday evening Monday morning for the purpose A WEIRD uban Tobacco 1etition Spaiu for Reciprocity With the Cnited depart icnt of stato received a copy of the pctl ion forwarded by the Tobacco Growers nd Cigar Maufacturersunion of Cuba to ic Spanish government urging tho nego iation of a reciprocity treaty between nba and the United The peti loners assert that they are confronted rlth a simple On one side misery and vague hopes n the other side abundance of wealth nd a promising The petition ays the United States buy from us to acco to thn extent of nd it is not that the Vmerican government should make Itself trong on the absolute necessity we have J that so as to demand recipro al concessions which Is the same exemption for their hardware and other articles u our so as to Increase their ex jorts to this In one they want to pay us for tho tobacco and sugar bey consume with goods they oday they only sell us ten or twelve million dollars worth of and they eslro to increase this amount to the they buy from This is what the McICInley bill amounts MEXICAN The State Department Without Informa tion Concerning the Alleged Duty on depart ment of state is without information re pectiug tho alleged imposition by Mex co of a discriminating duty of S500 per ar load on American cattle reported rom the Acting Secretary Adee ays when the Mexican government by a year increased the duties in imported cattle and by jho were general duties and not di rected essentially against the United the department of state was in ormed of tho action within twentyfour and while he deny the last reported he Is compelled to doubt NO ADDITIONAL DUTY KANSAS tho rumored prohibitory duties placed on American cattle and hogs by tho Mexican a dispatch received hero to iay from Tlic Tun of the City of states that there is no addl duty on live stock other than has een In force the past twelve f ho tariff is being revised and should tho new duty be ample notice will be given WIFB AND Miss Mary Bnttervorths aielancholy Komance of Twcntyronr llniirK Dura who was yesterday married to Miss Mary daughter of Butter rorth of died today of After the marriage Howe appeared reatly relieved In mind and to suffer es Towards he grew rapidly and throughout she night was A sad night It was for the young All through the weary watches she sat by tho sick not retirelng or resting for a moment until six oclock this when she took an hours Later on Howe sank rapidly and shortlyafter noon he Comptir Matthews Keport Comp troller as reported to the secretary of the treasury that during tho past fiscal year his office has ex amined involving SV The comptroller wants the actof March giving the district and circuit courts concurrent jurisdic tion with tho court of claims In suits against the United amended Prior to that act his office had little trou ble in keeping In lino with tho laws as interpreted by tho supreme court and the court of but with all the circui and district judges added a sharp conflict of and can now be found upnn leading statutes which come before the office under which money Is disbursed in almost every Blalne in Secretary Elaine arrived this He goes tc Philadelphia Saturday with Postmaste Ceneral Wanamaker to attend a meetlnj and reception at tho Union League Hay Make Campaign well known republican leader connected with th roneresslonal campaign has received from the civil service commls etnner Rooosevelt a contribution of 550 to be for n ex Hits Blanche Lynn is Married by Her Cottln at Ilia Dirrt wedding was solemnized here on he the circumstances of which avo only just become known outside the amities Professor young Pittsburg wasengaged o Miss Blanche daughter of udgc a wealthy resident of this While in Philadelphia he received telegram from Miss Lynn stating that er father was dangerously Professor leming hurried here air found Judge on his deathbed Tho dying man xprpsscd au earnest desire that tho should take place before his but as that was BOW impossible he ujoincd them to have the ceremony pcr ornied before his body was removed rom the A few minutes later he the day of the In ccordance with the fathers last Ilss Blanche and Professor Fleming oined hands at the head of the they could look upon the face of 50 and wore DASHED THROUGH A traugeaud Kxcitlnj Railroad Accident at loaded oal train of thirtysix through a misplaced was thrown this morn ng through tho Hotel Brunswick and anded in tho yards of tho Girard House nd Jackson two hundred feet The guests in the hotels were eized with a frenzy of excitement and ushed pell mell into the streets In their ight The loss to the railroad ompany is No estimate can be ecured of tho property 3Iliierd Demand a NEW Penu workmen of all the plants aper ted by tho Frick Coke company esterday served notice on General Man ger Lynch that unless Andy Vrostlc was discharged and the local commlttea man of the Tip Top works Is restored hey will quit work at the expiration of ix will expire Monday ud unless there Is an adjustment there vlll be a Ten thousand men of ho United Miners Issued a secret cr ular yesterday to all employes In tho urging Immediate Tho Ircular also orders employes to bo in eadiness to strke at a moments The national officers have endorsed the ction of the district Pool SellerH the circuit ourt today Judge Tuley rendered a de islou that tho state law and city ordl lance under it forbidding the sale of loots outside of the enclosure of race racks arc because they end to grant special privileges and cre ate a Tho case on which the Is rendered was one growing out 3f last summers fight between Ed Corri proprietor of the West Side race and the city pool The atter will take an appeal from the de In the meantime there is noth ng to prevent pool selling at will In this ity unless the general state law against rambling can bo mado to Fly evening aper says The farmers aud grain grow ers of Missouri and Kansas report that Hessian ily has made an attack upon arly sown winter wheat and that the vhcat sown during September is teports gf severe damage come from Ot Cass and Jack on It is believed the damage is general and all the fields sown n September will have to bo plowed up and grain put in Three New York NEW wholesale dealers in silk and worsted Liabilities assets about Isaac Falk were closed by the sheriff on Lia bllities assets not yet Isadore a cloak manufac has failed with liabilitiesreported upward of The largest amount of confessed judgment was to his The Sugar Truat NEW lu ho Kings county supreme today leard arguments in the sugar trust case and reserved his He modified the Injunction to allow publication of the plan of reorganization and the financial The plan provides for the Issue of of seven per cent preferred Keport Twenty of La physicians of this city report that la grippe has made its appearance here disease lsttccoinpanicd with soreposso limbs and stiffness of the are twenty in this jAj A Monument to the Jeaunette monument to tho members of the Jcannotte exploring expeditior of 1SS1 in the naval academy cemetery was unvailed As fa as has been practicable tho design fol lows that of the one erected In Lena An Alabama Savings Bank Johns Savings Bank and Eea Estate Exchange made an assignment to The liabilities are about and assets not over A College President J president of the Rekstein Nor ton Industrial college for colored youths died Short pain i weak or faint cure by Miles New Heart Sold a Wittes Drug Snow in snow fell this the first of th season in this Worth the old and youn i hat Salvation Oil cost 3 only 25 Nothing succeeds like SUCCCPS and D BulTs Cough Syrup is a wonderful increased duty on oil of peppe mint does not Price a they never handle tho cheap Chinese oil PORTOGAl GAIS A alisbury Consents to Stay En in eeretaryBairoarH Toar Throoich Ireland A Hint to Mb PrietnlHThe Bloody Work of Town from LIs onaro to the effect that the Portuguese abinot has presented evidence to Lord alisbury showing the violation of Portu uese territory in South Africa by agents the British South African companies nd that the English premier has con ented to pending further negotla any encroachments on the domin ms of Bishop who has returned rom has had a consultation with mperor Kine Leopold and hancellor von Caprivl at Baron postponed his depart re for East spends much of his me with King Emperor niliam has presented Baron Wissman Ith an elaborate tea The new ermanAfricau company hopes to divert e stream of emigration from America 0 the colonies which ii was organized to stablish in South and Southwest Africa nd in Morocco and Sir ailcliacl iilcltH un thn Michael Hicks 1 a speech at said the government would con nue Its Irish policy and uphold the cottish lie objected to any eddling with the working hours of dult Referring to the McKinloy ho said similar attempa in the past id expanded the English The eavy duties on tin plate for instance onld be a detriment to the American Took Jart In Stormlnc it from Mom iza state that nine hundred sesineu and arines and one hundred and fifty In an troops took part In the storming of ho town of which captured nd burned Tuesday by forces sent to unlsh the natives for massacreing Ger Many natives were A w members of the British forces were A reward of ten rnpers is ffered for the capture of the iltan of Home llulo Xot the member who has just returned om a tour of today said he as more than ever convinced that home lie was not a panacea but he agreed ith Morley and others that the nd question ought to be settled by the ritish Ho strongly advised e government to drop tho prosecution Dillon and Will Relieve KuRlish Eopcr Leth in a speech at Sitting ourne said he believed rather mn injure the English agricultural in rest tho McKInley bill would tend to ilieve it of the strain of excessive Anier an The Tariff minister of com erco explained the now tariff bill to the riff committee The object of le maximum and minimum he was to avoid the Inconveniencs con ected witn the favored notion clause In ny treaty with a foreign In the discussion of the budget in the hamber Pelletan reproached the overnment for creating fresh taxes and emanded economic Premier eFreycinet replied that every possible eduction had already been A otlon by a requesting lat the government introduce a bill re ormlng the assessment of taxes in a emocratlc was Scandal at scandal at Toulon rowing out of the arrest of he on the charge of being a party o a conspiracy to procure a criminal op ration upon his Madame Jon has occasioned much comment wing to the hieh standing of the persons Madame a the wife of Captain of the a son of Admiral She also a sisterinlaw of Admiral Coulum commander of the Tonquin Fouronx is a retired naval Madame the divorced ifo of a Toulon was the go The operation vas performed n the eve of Captain Jonquieres return a long The intimacy be ween the mayor and Madame Jonquieres eased two months Tho latter came Paris from that She wrote layor Fouroux demanding Upon Is refusal she communicated he facts to te procureur at Kilted and Kobbed liy residents of tho illago of Lacshasa are excited over a rime committed last A corn ealer named his wife and two hlldren and a maid servant were at a atlway station awaiting the arrival of a rain when brigands made an attack upon he all the members of which were illed and The People Were ot Grand Council f Tycino met at Ballinzona resident Fognetti endeavored to argue hat recent votes showed a majority of ho people were satisfied with the gov but he was Interrupted by angry shouts of dissent from the galler The Harrison Trial trial of Harri on and others on tho charge of vas postponed for three Itarri on brought action against Magistrate Caddell for assualt and excluded him rom the court LookB to France for is stated that in a arewell interview with Cardinal Lavl the pope said he no longer hope toranything from He wouh place all trust in Franco to secure restoration to temporal To Divert American new company ha been formed to plant colonies in soutl and southwest Morocco and Tripoli in hopes of diverting emigration from Murdered by house occupied by Herr a tax collector at Erlau was entered by burglars last night am Juhass and his housekeeper were mur The Hungarian Diet AntiSemiti party in tho Hungarian diet has bee after an existence of te An Epidemic of Fever at epidemic o fever prevails in The diseas is attributed to the use of bad potatoes SECRETARY BALFOURS while on his tour through tho west of reland Balfour was was received in friendly manner by the peopleIt notes the language In praise of MnBal our which the Tory press attributes to ertain Catholic in order to lord an opportunity to the later to vfn Icate themselves by a prompt the paper the forbearance of he people from the expression of their eellng against Balfour Is to be lalignantly some of them ay be provoked to make things qnite lain by giving Balfonr a taste of ho detestation with which he is regarded y the Irish THEIR LADQE WAS Visit to Omey Ireland o the Tory Leadcrn Balfour an accompanied by Mitchell Henry today visited the villages on Island and completed their trip at C1I a terminus of rai Here Balfour addressed a open air audience of two hundred pc After having been everywher accorded a respectful reception by th the party returned to Kylemor United Ireland jmblishes an article t day the statements tha HONORED BY THE wo BcolUug TjiiwyerH Ueld lp liy Lono X I men named Markham returning from where they had sold some ero confronted by a lone highwayman ith a big The Markhams compelled to glvo up all their noney and The robber com elled one of the Markhams to dismount rom his jumped into the and rodo Two prominent and ong and tho Markhams related tho rob ery which was received with much the attorneys saying the brav ry of the two men who allowed one man o rol them might be The ttbrneys 10 same highwaymen stopped them and le Markhams experience was he lawyers being relieved of a conslder um of money and their A GREAT MASS euator Sherman and KxGovernor aker ut great lass meeting was held by the republi ans tonight at Music Senator nernmn and Governor Foraker nhe senator in his held that sol lers should receive pensions according o tho length of service and extent of dls He said silver and farm pro ucts would depreciate in value as the fisult of the silver bill and that the Mc Quley hill would accomplish what it Its free he covers valued peaking of the workings of the house nder thfl new he prophesied that ever hereafter would a minority in any eliberate body be permitted to hinder te majority from enacting the will of hc SPORTING The Independence CSpecial to The First ace class pithet Williams 1 1 1 Lee McHenry 2 2 2 Time Second Race To beat Ethely Mason Third To beat Brown epar Baldwin The following entered thn si in tho March races Rob y by King time Tapsie black by Al Epwin by Iron The Washington First Race ive furlongs Syracuse Pain Kil T Prince Howard third 33K Second Race One mile and a sixteenth klandolin Colt Rap anannock third Third Race Six furlongs Bellevne John Silleck third Fourth Six f heatsi irst Heat Salvinl Blue Jeans sec Samaritan third Sec nd Heat Blue Jeaus Salvini sec Samaritan third Blue eans won third heat and race The Nashville First Race five furlongs Borealis Laura Doxy Corrinne Kln ey third Second Race Threeyearolds and np seven furlongs Rimini little Create Pullman third Third Race Threeyearolds and up one mile and seventy yards Marion Blarney Fay tte third Fourth Race six fur ongs Melence Leonard red Houston third Fifth Race Threeyearolds and up six furlongs Hopeful John Vdams Maggie B third Vicrrc LorrlllardA NKW Fierro Lorrlllord avo a banquet at the Club to ight to prominent turf The idea to promote goodfellowsuip among he owners of racing stables and put for ward a plan of organizing a New York ockey which shall Include all the rack proprietors and heavy owners of uuning regulate and correct the ibiises of license and ele the turf Jorry Harringtons Jerry the star catcher of last seasons Cincin nati ball arrived here last evening ind will spend the winter at the homo of lis mother in this Jerry says there Fill be a consolidation of the National and Players Illinois State Farmers The state Cession of tho Farmers Alliance ad ourned Tho following officers were elected of president of secretary George of Stori treasurer of Han An executive committee was also of Virgi nia and of wero elected delegates to tho national conven tion at on the third Fri day in The delegates to the national assembly of the Farmers Alli ance and Industrial Union which meets at in the first week in will go instructed to work anc vote for national cooperation with a view to ultimate A raemoria was largely signed approving the Pad dock pure food bill and denouncing th Conger lard bill and sent to the United States aud greetings were sent to the Iowa Alliance now In session to th same An adjournment was taken to the third Tuesday in November How Colda are Broken Up in Mon From tho Vlririnla City Madlsonlan When we find a medicine we know ti possess genuine we conslrer It and we take pleasure In telling th public what Such a medicine w found Chamberlains Cough las when la grippe was prevailing We arc satisfied that we warded oft sev eral attacks that were threatening b the use of this and we have sine in a few severe colds and in the course of two or three days entirely broken them up by Its have several of our friends to whom w have recommended It is all that it I represented to be by the manufacturers If yon have a cough and want to stop Chamberlains Cough Remedy will do th A Convention of Retail call has been Is sued for a convention the retail clerk of America to be held In Detroit on De comber 8th for the purpose of organ Ing under the American federation o Marriage Is notCa failure in homes whor Stoves and HauKM rohbishop Faehan Greeiei Thousands of Little ho CloningDay of the Silver Interesting Froiram Rendered at the AudltorltimBlahop Ire T land second day of rchbishop Feehans silver jubilee was pened with a tribute from the little oiks of the At ten oclock jout eight thousand children from the irochiai schools of the ctty gathered at le Auditorium In holiday attire banners and The arch ishop and visiting bishops were seated n the stage and behind them a body of Tho children filled the great uditorium to tho of conventional orders occupied ho The little people under rectioa of their teachers presented tho terary and a musical including he singing of number bf national At the Auditorium tonight an enor LOUS throng witnessed the concluding xerclses of Archbishop Feehans silver The chief feature was a larhable scries of addresses la rench and English and by a colored an in behalf of Catholic All ddresses were cfiaracterbed by an rdent rplrit of devotion to the American Those that touched the boo question affirmed with substantial ninimity the determination of the Catho cs to maintain their parochial nd the audience applauded with tremen ous vigor the declaration that these are tho nurseries of American Replying to these rch Bishop Feehan closed with an elo uent by a fervent tribute to free merican institutions and expressed up n his people the duty of loyalty to the and devotion to the con itutiou and the institutions of nited The musical portion of he program was BISHOP IRELAND IlttM Not Keen Called to on Account of lite Kdncationnl Ire was interviewed this evening re irding the widely circulated report that e had been called to Rome on account f his utterances on the public school at le educational convention last that is perfectly said ie It is false from begin ing to Rome has not demanded nd never will demand compulsory edu Compulsory education s a mat er of eivl and social policy and not a latter of It does not come ithin the purview of ecclesiastical jurla It appertains to not to to decide itFor my own as a I favor unreservedly All laws restrlct If not child labor and ompelling universal education have my earliest and if the occasion ffers in Minnesata they will obtain my olltical TtfESSD HIS BACK OH Denounces Catholic former named Thomas dellv rea alecture here last night on Komau Although repeatedly e wont through to the In the aft rnooa he spoke privately to er lainlng the sins of connected nuns in in A arge number of the best ladies in the ty wero present and highly praised the xpriest for his Roman Catholic are Last vening when he was to pass from the otel thousands of citizens of all nation titles and religions crowded the sldp walk leading to the opera house for a istance of five hundred Tho f hole police force was on Cries and other ob oxious names were In front of ne postoffico showers of rocks and other issiles were hurled at One large tone hit him over the knocking im He was then taken to opera house and was greeted with ound npon round of red with he mounted tho stage nd delivered a bitter address against he Roman Catholic reatly excited over the occurrence erious trouble is CHURCH inth jsnnual Convention the tVo Missionary ninth unualConvention ofthe Home slxpiry the Methodist Epis opajehurch fathe United States began ere this morning Grant nd Miss Fsnnie daughter resident and many dU Inguished ladies Ion will continue a To ReconcileUnitarian meeting of ho Western Unitarian conference cbtf vened to effect a reconciliation between he Unitarian churches of the west esumed The grew Dut of the attempt several years ago to put the churches a purely ethical It was decided to cbn erence association made up of the presf ienc and secretary of each state con Excluded for Publishing a Ritchie this morning excluded rom the mails the entire mail edition of tho Leavenworth Times because It con ntncd a list of articles won aba raffle at tho Catnolic church fair during the early part of the A Supposed Case or treasurer of the Father Mat thews Total Abstinence who wus charged a few days ago with a of In his accounts with the died An autopsy has as It is supposed that he com mitted suicide to escape his Gratifying The high position attained sad tha universal acceptance and approval ot the pleasant 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 abundantly gratlfytntt to the California A Bad Wreck on the SAN Painted on tho Southern Paclijc two hundred miles west of this place a freight train last night collided with a construction Tho were badly wrecked and twa people are re ported Life is misery To thousands of people who have of scrofula in their The caused by the dreadful running and man Ifestations of this diseaseare beyond descrip There Is no other remedy equal to Hood3 SarsaparilUv for salt rheum It is ably sure to benefit all who give It a tour lie sure to get Injured by a Boiler boilers in the Portage Iron companys mills at exploded fatally Injuring James Samuel Miller and Sev eral others were slightly Plerces are AntlbtUous and or Catharticaccording to T   

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