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   Burlington Hawk-Eye (Newspaper) - November 7, 1890, Burlington, Iowa                                1C Clticduo to Com mmihato With HASSAN picOy t i tension of two rJlwais dlnct ith this itv to the Chi csgo 2nd Xorthw extern and the Four 3s The Kaunas is to be extended lo Kancs the southern terminus of the DCS liloincsanfl Kansas wheie ihe cou r nectlon will bo made with the Chicago And giving thfi latter road direct communication with Kansas City a direct route xo Des The and Kansas road is to be ex tcndedfrom Trenton to where a connection will be furnished with the AVabash and Omaha line and a Big Four connection with Ifansas City Dy the Kan sas Chicago and of thn report of the commissioner of railroads contains luil information with regard to the con dition of the several railroad companies coming under the jurisdiction of his office for the fiscal year ended June As to the improvements on the bonded the commissioner says I am able to report that many improve ments have recently been and are con tinually beins These improve where they arc up on bonded are of especial value to the as ihcy not only Increase the earning capacity oJ the but add largely to the value of Hie The amount received Irora bonded rail roads this year slightly below the amount received for tbe preceding the commissioner is notowiag to a in but lo the fact of unusual expenditures by the Union Pacific company iu tho purchase of new rolling As to the present financial relations between the bonded roads and tbe Ihe commissioner says same unfortunate condition of things that always existed since Ihv bonds granted in aid of their construction were viz That tie amount annually received from theroads falls largely be low the aTaount of internst annually accruing from tlie subsidy Tho uuo the coveriinent Jrom these roads instead of being re duced as it was the evident of congresb that they would are rapidly increasing car by This is net due to any failure of the railrowi companies to com ply with the provisions of the existing The fault reMii Ihe iavvs them Tbe percent cf re quired by law 10 be paid in the diehard of obligations Is not reat enough to meet th which an nually accrues upoi the to aid in UK of The commissioner tbe that it will lw V time in wtiiia imei the fi Ir iii tlio The liabiliiy IMI lja in in was Thu earn ings of tai aided pouion f ihe read amounted to and expense to leaving aa net to uf the Tbe amount due the United States ior the of was if tie com pany ou June capital storU making a total liability of The assets to The liability to the of ihe Centra Pacific rod is given as Thi jfrop families of tbe d portion amounted in and the expense 10 122 as net ubjeit to the re quirements of The Siox City Vacfir Railroad company V liability the povcruuieui given as jui of the Cen tral branch of the Union Pacific a TV1I1 Jlestiiri KiiBl SEW trunk lice association today decided to restore east bound rates to tiiu basis which prevailed last The rates ou wheat go up to 25 cents per hundred corn to to taite effect the The new rate on dressed bt ef to Kngiand will be 47 cents of It was also de cided to abolish comuiirsions ou passeti ger traffic in the territjrv covered bv the lines between and tbe Atlantic The XartliwwtfniCiiiiiii nuilic Adam of the Union Pacific railroad is back from tho He pronounces all the stories about in traflif a the result of soeai as tiufoutided and looks for the settlement of all difficulties within a worst possible phase of the JsorthwesteniUnion Padfic he wcuid not affect busi ness over a year and the gain to the road by divisions upon is about THJRTYITVB KKOTS AS tit Fryorn Novel SlaaniKhip llx liectnd 10 The launch of tho steamship Howard Cassard was de layed because the vessel became stuck on the ways Several thousand people were present to see the event and were obliged lo go away Miss Alice the daughter of tho in christened the TinHow ard Cassard represents an attempt to revolutionize ocean Her inventor believes she will make thirtyfive miles an hour will be spent in this boat as the experiment of the inventors She was not built from a but from Fryers mathematical She is 222 feet in length over feet between 1G feet extreme depth She draws 8 feet of water forward and 10 feet Amidships she is formed by a semicircle with a radius of S feet Tho engine i directly on the The shaft aud condenser Is G feet 30 feet long aud inches Just over the ccndenser are the separated from every other part of the They have a healing surface of 105 square The which is of tho compound has cylinder 30 Dy 00 by 24 inches stroke and a horse power of about which can bo increased by means of forced Tho shaft is 92 feet lone 10K inches in with a propeller a fourbiaded screw 9 1 foct S inches in wih 15 VT feet mean pit which can be increased or Tho pilot house is tho only strccturo above the and all the are placed be the water The displacement at the load water line is 3SO the has watertight The state rooms will be built afttr ihe railroad sleeping car on enh side of a hall way runrlng through the vessel and closed in by For those desir ing more pretty with doors been Shipbuilders here do not predict success but the stockholders have all confidence in tho invenrprs For yeais I was with Poisoned t wmild nmilt fatally nothing seemed to brrj lit At lenjrth J found niysef iu a itmipkie Mv bndv swollen cut olprnporllon covered with seal unit the jiairs and Itchnit made life nimost The plivti ians failed to miany anil 1 was about to rive up in when 1 taking iSwiftH This dieine hits imd me sound an 1 ami not hinr rise lid it bin Pastor Colornl Ti To Chicago via th Chirr Burlington and Qulncy riiirx fcr Ameiican Ph hopse ou and Ko I use THEPURE1 Baking Powder in my it is so Attorney vembor 3 to 7 GooU to rntuin five days from dataiof And for the Amcilcan fat stock show on saleMovmnber 12 and 14and Good to return five days from date of One and onethird for the round pltid 50 cents for an ticket to the Tho above applies from points within three hundred miles of STANLEY He Aealn Exiirceses Himself CouceniliiK tbe Itear Gnard EW Stan arrived here this morning on the steamer was asked to say some thing about tho rear guard troubles and the stand the London papers have taken on it since his departure from I do not wish to say much about it and have not read tho London papers enough to express and T object to stir tho matter up unless I am forced to do I ain justified in all my censure of the roar guard which was the cause of the attack made upon me in the In another referring to Barttellots death and Lieutenant Trpups Stanley repeated what he has al ready said as to the condition of the rear guard when he returned from Albert From Yambuya he wrote at once to tho IDtnin relief tell ing them the rear column was wrecked by tho neglect of its officers and their in difference to the interests of the expedi Keferring to Stanley said when he got to Zanzibar one of the first he found was a long letter from Troup violently abusing I never answered the said because it needed interview as there were many I found it necessary to ask him tho principal one being why he and others preferred to remain and starve at Yambuya instead of moving on why they staid until so many of their men died from disease or had been killed I never could get a satisfactory answer from Bonuey and hoped to get one from I received another letter from him and answered if he would revise it I would publish as it contained many things unlil for He was so obstinate he would not revise it aud sent it back demanding that I should publish 1 did Then Troup wrote me a threatening letter stating that I would have to be prepared to meet such meas ures as he might see fit w employ to vindicate I wrote him saying if he thought he was maligned unjustly to go I could see many things con nected with the rear guard I should prefer to keep from the if he wished to pubiishanylhiug heccnld 1 have Konnys Troups two account which I received more important than 1 have the 1isbCjl signed by the officers day after any other tuat loebooic of itself would prove that 1 was jusiificH in my censurs of the rear which was very iu my let lev to Am I going to publish that log I cannot I thinU it better to wait until I have read Troups Bouney could relievo all this criticism by telling what ho knows aud writing simple story of what took place how it was that Major Bart tellot was killed how it was that these men died like sheep how It was that rear so grandly equipped before fell to this received several reporters at tho hotel and talked at length about the occurrences in Itarttel lots The sole cause of the kill he was the majors violent Early on tho morning of July 19 he was awakened by loud singing and beating of Being informed that it was the African custom in saluting ihe rising sun he with an he would shoot the first person that refused io stop the noise taking a he went Near the chiefs hut he found a woman who was singing and the men The wonian was tho wife of the aud when he com manded her lo cease she paid no for all the natives hated Barttellnt then struck and kicked Ucr the took down his rifle and killed Barttellot on the One inau took a piece of raw meat be cause he was crazy with hunger and for this he received three hundred As soon as tho man was able he ran away but was captured and by Barttellots Stanley says Bou ney told him only a short time ago that half the horrors that existed In the camps are not yet when he returns to may bring action for libel against Barttellots Specimen Xew was troubled with Neuralgia and Rheu his stomach was his Liver was affected to an alarming appetite fell and he was terribly reduced In flesh aud Three bottles of Electric Bitters cured Edward had a running sore on his leg of eight Used three bottles of Electric Bitters and seven boxes of Buck iens Arnica and his leg Is sound and hart five large Fever sore on his doctors said he was One bot tlo Electric Bitters and one box Buck Ions Arnica Salva cured him Sold at Henrys Druir A Political president of the Gazelle Printing in this one of the best known men in Missouri was shot and mortally wounded this afternoon by Judge John of the Pitts county Higgins was a candidate for re nomination before the democratic county convention and was defeated by Uiggins gave himself Fears of lynching are Price was a grandsonof the late George Sterling Price of confederate fame and a son of tho late General Thomas who represented the Missouri district in Congressman of Louis is his lirnises usually cause the rupture of several blood vessels dark blood from which causes discoloration of the The pressure of the blood on the nerves may also cause Alter a tlmn the blood will be absorbed and the proper color of the skin A ew 1 ork physician advises as the best treat of moderate pressure with a bandace moistened with Ponds The use of a bland ointment as Ponds Extract tho Fall The wltf who wants a sralrtdn sacque will softly now her lord attaequc And coai and tease And melt and freeze ntll she conquers alacque For when she starts on her campaign bhe makes her purpose very plain And neer relents Till he And then she sweetly smiles Clitcago one oclock last night a third lodger was placed in tho city calaboose for keeping over He is destined for Fort where he will serve a term of two years for assault He cosnes from Fort Fort Mad son should call for a new census to em brace these recent additions to her popu Do You Iniiest or Speculate IN GRAIN AXD PROVISIONS If trade with a reliable firm who have had ton years and are members of the Clucaro tonrO and Wh0 So business strictly on Refer Jo Illinois Trust and Savings WHYLAND i JO PaoJHo We send free of charge our Daily Market Report and Circular on Interest allowed on monthly HAWKEYE PETER Manuliieturer or Sttam All kinds of Shjotlron workfionyto Shop comer A IXrulo uf u TUB city of baa a sensation of its OWTJ in tlio shape of a cruel Egor Alencff Smirnoff by t droiky Jriver by The sou of u boy of 10 to pass the examination at Ms Being afraid to coino homo ith he leport of his ill success he concealed limself But his father found him and chained him to the wall of a dirty room which was full of In thecornerof the room here was a lair of rotten He was kept in that condition for fully sis until his mother could no longer endure tho and took courage to report the case to the police The boy was liberated and taken to the and his father was On further examination the room in which the poor boy was chained was found to bp a regular chamber of There were rings fastened to tlie ceiling and in the by which Smirnoff would hang up his children by their hands and or stretch them in a manner that they could not struggle or protect when he inflicted chastisement on them with a Petersburg Kuiupant IVIiite The White Caps of New Mexico con tinuci so audacious that Governor Prince has issued a proclamation calling upon them to He declares that if they do not do so ho will order out tho territorial aud if necessary call upon the United States baud of regulators style themselves knights of and have organized lodges thro t out the San Miguel conn until they now have a membership of They have without any legal cause destroyed hundreds of miles of turned herds of cattle burned thousands of tons of hay and de stroyed other while several men who have opposed them have been seriously wounded by some unseen as sassin or have mysteriously Gum Several months ago a chewing gum factory at conceived the idea of making a new brand of wrapping it in imitation greenbacks and calling it Greenback Chewing It was put on the market and made a large lots being A gov ernment detective who chews gum bought a stick of the and he at once saw in the imitation bill a violation of the statutes of the United He noti fied tho tretsury department at Wash ington of iiis and this telegram was sent out to all the district secret Ecrvice officers Greenback Chewing Gum has a wrapper that is a violation of secvion Suppress Large seiz ures of the article were made and the sale A Dry Goods Clerk Tho big medical men of Vienna have just been thrown into a panic by the dis covery that for sixteen months they have been allowing a young dry goods clerk to treat patients in tho large city hospital The clerks name is He got his position in the hospital by means of forged During the day he sold thread and and at night he made the round of his He had never studied and is therefore sup posed to be responsible for any number of The swindle was discovered in consequence of his arrest for forgery and embezzlement in his dry goods busi ness He is in SPOKTDfQ Eemin third time Tlie lietiultics First Eace Five and a half furlongs Cold Stream Roster Kanesville third Second Sis furlongs Painkiller Tanner Mabel third Third Ilace Five furlongs Kitty Helen Eose Willard third Fourth Race Ono mile Iceberg OFalleco Golden Reel third Fifth Race Ono mile and three fur over five hurdles Lonfrshot Zangbar Greygown third 3 Tbe Nashville First Race Maiden four and a half furlonss Vortex Silver Light sec Clark third Second Race Threeyearolds and up seven furlongs Consignee Amos Third Threeyearolds and up one mile and a sixteenth Marion Blarney J T third Fourth Race six fur longs Melenc Lucille Manette Hart Wallace third Fifth Race Threeyearolds and up five furlongs liarnett Tom Karl Adams third A liuililiDK AttHodntioii iu KANSAS 0 Gibson appoieted a receiver for the Artisans Mutual Building and Loan association this The associa tion was incorporated In 1SSS with one million dollars of capital Tho last statements showed assets of An examination of the books today shows assets of mostly In Wants UnMexlcan Priest a CITT OF Senor Mateos this afternoon presented a mo tion In the chamber of deputies asking that all priests not Mexican citizens bo expelled from the country as being per nicious to tho welfare of Great excitement Mateos Is a repub lican aud a The Highest Known Marion Hiram Bas past grand master of Masons and considered a Mason of tho highest degree in the died at Ken today of paralysis at the ago of He had taken every degree known to the Mspuiron Benno for nearly 60 rears tjo jnfalliblo Thousands of testimonials ft miro tire Advico to Winsiows Soothing Syrup should used for children It soothes tho softens the aUajru aU iw3n cures wind and iTthe beseemed for centa R what would you like lo work at while you arc here Now Arrival Xu I Warden Short pain in weak or faint cured by Miles New Heart Sold at Wittos Drua cant you loll men new I dont know any fairy Etory FI nejr Maybe your tell mosome when becomes In from a policai father will Prevention excels cure prevent couehs and old9 by usinjf Balls Cough Salvation the great pain extirpator can be depended on to cure 55 Ive just heard there is a case of smallpox in the flat above Husband I know about But ItsthevouDB man Plays Swellings in thoncckandall other forms of sut arc cured by Hoods What is a womans sphere is aeked Of us by a reader We are not sure but isnt a mouse The best known womans fear to ftnd cinttp Boicaccio next Monday Read the special BeecbMnl Villa euro v GRAIN VALUES The Market Influences Cause Scramble Among1 UuUIiiwou Kultln tlie Corn Little Italcl lu nf Pro vlgloii The Vjrk Stock Special to Tho HawkKyoJ weakness pre vailed In all of tbo grain markets at the open ing of Tho bears read tho sentiment correctly and started a raid on De cember which closed at yester opened at and was quickly lie pressed to It was thought that a great deal of long wheat would comoon the market at this tlgure but this was not the The few scattcringotBthtitwere sodwcre up by the people who were short at higher prices and who anxious to secure their This caused a Blight but a succeeding raid carried Be This price was touched but for a moment and the heaviest seller at the decline was an anxious at few minutes The market hung for some time and then quickly shot up to it held at to KLOOJS till after when it was improved to The early news was precisely encour age The weather was mild and receipts at Duluth and Minneapolis reached 059 was the Ilrad street report pof an Increase during the week of In available stocks cast of the tho early Liv erpool cables quoted wheat and tho IVlce Currents weekly review gave a favor able account of tbe growing crop of winter Later in the day there were of an improved export demand for there were large llour from At lantic the closing Liverpool market was llrmer and there were ICusslan advices of damage to the growing crops The In Uvences told on already oversold market and shorts began to scramble to getthelr Yesterdays clearings from the four leading Atlantic ports were bu wheat and hrls of llutchinson was raiding the corn market at the Hlsselllng brought a large number of prof ceslcnnl traders to tho selling side and forced a little long property on tho As in wheat the marktt but soon bccumc A little spurt in the ship ping demand for the cash corn started the shorts buying aud caused an May started at sold to and later at Yesterdays exports from four leading At lantic porta were Brokers were well supplied selling or ders In May started nt ICc was quickly raided to When wheat and corn advanced the May sold to w New York Motley Hnil Stock NEW November The stock market 1ms passed through another day of severe pressure to and the prices jlelded even more easily than yester The final losses were more Important and There mis a liquidation of lone accounts In all the leading espec ially tfranjrers and Union while Lon don sold Its especially Louisville and Nashville nnd Union Investors have also parted with holdings In Illinois Tbe money market auruin be came a prominent factor and the bulls felt it was useless to attempt any upward movement until the money market became more There were attempts to cover by shorts from time to time but operations were small and caused only slight interruptions to tho steady downward movement atil the market re mained weak rltht up to the closing transac Ouc bright spot in the market was suiar refineries which showed exceptional strength It is estimated that strong parties have been buying heavily the past few days and will show up with a major ity The final losses Include 1aul Burlington Hock Island Zfa Union Jersey Central and Cincinnati and Louis 15i Northwestern Missouri Pacific lead trust 1J4 sugar Is up certificatesalso gave way sharply toward the cent Central Chicago and Burlington and Laekkwana and Western tutt Illinois Kansas and Luke Michigan Missouri Northern do Chicago and do New York Decatur and Kock Milwaukee and do Paul and do Union Louis and do Western Money on call close at 4911 closing offered at 5 per Prime mercantile per Sterling exchange quiet and steady sixty day United States 4s 124 United States 4B 134 United United States 448 Pacifies Chicago Produce November 31 01 1 SIKc 811 48 10 1S I 12H Easv at IJSjj at SI nt si E33 15 Full cream dry dV saiteu dry calf deflponn solid Shipments Louis Produce November 0 43Kc 44c 45Kc at LardQulct at SB at Milwaukee Produce November 0 2 cosh 95as6o December 1 98c 3 Peoria Produce November C Now York Pruduce NEW November G bushels 600 3 POWDER Absolutely A cream oi tarter baking oi leavening v v v inliod Options November closing st CoffwOptlona ctoaid barelyeHfily atlOo Sides WbW7 05 Spot Fair r ijloscd T ttrm and Western bj 30 Western crootn Light akin Btoole November Steady to S2 25 2 heart Weak and Kough and S3 fair to good packers and jll 90 prime heavy and butchers OVijt 20 heavy 83 WQt 00 ShoepKecelpta Active and Stockcrs and S2 nu 75 0085 Uvo Stock November head Pair to fancy native 33 Boat 05 Etoekcrs and S3 05 CO 10 gd Liverpool Iroduco November Demand Holders offer Dumanil Mixed 4a 9d per ISurllugtuu Grala and fOe 45o new 40s 42e 65a new 83 90 for fitrctly lino i Derbys Ef SBPft White MSO SO CO 86 Atlantic CO Orchard SI 45 3ft SOe corn 00 Tier 109 as ryo S3 i XC low 21c 21322c 21Vic 20a30i Young Qun Live Stock and S3 259 1 RS RTr Bft S3 75 8c smoked IlWlc breakflKt 50 per bunch 00 per box St 00 per Green hides and 4U So Bheep 10c 1331SC Market Country 18e 25c ISc SSllOc SXSiSOc per bushel a dozen younir chlck 00 per dozen old 00 per dozen old 5c young 7c 6c old 00 sweet 9Qc 00 per 100 Fi Wood J3 7594 Used according lo DlRECnDKSwifhaas Both tba method sea reraits nrhsr Sjrup of Figs is taken it is refreshing to tie and acts gently yet promptly on tbe Liver and cleEnses iho sys tem dispels head jclies and fevers end ncrrH habitual Syrup of is the only jeiaedy of its kina Ter pro to ihu aadac ceptable to the prompt ia its action and truly bsoeScial ia its prepared only fitia tcs most healthy and agreeable its aiany oscelient quajltics cotanscd it to all aud navp it the incsi popular remedy Syrup of Figs 5ir siicia 50o uid SI bottles by aU kaliiijj drag Any reliabis druggist trho may uot Lave it on Lind pro cure it promptly for say ess Trao wishes to try it Do sot sa CALIFORNIA HG SYRUP BoiUchu and rcllers all tho trcntlw fleet to nbUloni moh is aftm nln tho a Im aaown i Tsntlcg thli annoying thay oomotaUdlsorderaoltheatozzAch stlnralatathg S from complaint bu t fo Bfttoly thalrgoodaotfadoea notoudhQrtvvndth who try thorn Trill find thsooIitUopIUiva iablatn many irayc that they wiU not ha v But after ro rany Uvos thtt our great Cur piUa euro it Cartorg Litlto Uvor KBo are wry snj to or two pffii mike They are itrlotly vegetable ana do not grlna or but by their gontle action Tilcase ajTTrho Sola by druesliui or sent by maiJL CARTER HE3ICINE How Yorlti FREE Boetoi Some answer s at OtherH 3 WHATASLS WORTH ITS WEIGHT Mothers la worth Its weight In My wife Buffered more with either of her other chll Sin dil altogether with tarhavins used four bottleo of Mothers It is a blessing to expectant a HEirDEBSOW Havine used two bottles my chili waa born witlx no pain Sheridan WonderfulreUcves much SentbyKipreiMonieceipt of per BooJifimothenniailedfrce Jfor sale at Drag BULLS facilitates TcctMno an DW CVDIIQ regulates the At iDI OlnUr Dill 9 D W ond re lieves Consumptive Price 25 Afcall Incipient THE HARVEST TIME In now a thing of the and both aiorchtnt and fanner seek a well earned rent the Now that laiaara in found to attend to home comforttt we feel we are not treapatuinc on 700 time by calling attention to oar elegant of fine We now carryinjf tbo lamest ntock to bo Been in Hny 000 hoom in the Oar variety IB almost and as to Qtmlitjr we noed only mention tho fact that we hare tha anil and If At all famHiir mamcat instruments you will readily intruwic value of thia It will pay yon to visit Chicago and HOT jour fjtmily with the of Christmas tine upright Or if 700 cannot writA na for and though we would prefer to call Wardrooms Bute A Monroe StiV CHOum WJCIBTIES SOCtATIOSSwlIldowell to tend for Iteut anil catalogues of our Anthem or Olee Church Music Blriainif Class UClllTO f JEHOVAHS or Km Is a Qratclafaa 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size of a mans caused by a bad For eteht months the doctors treated and it ept worse instead of welL At last we tried Tar Oul on In a few days it bejnm to and in six weeks his legwas well and I cannot say enouch for Ton may refer any one to ns at onr 740 Panlin or at the store of wholesale leatiier 214 Lake Yonrs JOHN TAROID SHOITLD BS US EVERY Sold by all drncgists at M cents per Send 3 twocent stamps for free sample box and boot For Sale b the CHDRCHILL THOMPSON JOHN and BOLT Fine Too Plow Every Description of Common Bar and Norway Iron Squares and Works and Qsborn and Agency WH L Burlington Lumber Saw apd Shipgle Mills Mil Sopt OFFICE SOUTH AND WATER STREETS Long and Short Best Shingles in the Market We Make the Lowest Prices on HOUSE AND BARN BILLS Our LUmber dean Elates CheerfullyFurnIshed DOUCl SHOE Cnlf menu o snos been mrmt fansahlT the recent to far lixxt KU M tieS Alt jonr M4 a llrect to HKJSTRT txtm at mBlnrer rlstor aecreasea KM m flratns and you be ps JPERITECT At Invreit 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The Santa Fe vestibule trails srecja without regard to claass tra charge is made ezcep car STEAMBOAT STKAMBK JOHN TAY10S Croasej Thursdays and Saturday Wednesdays ant r Jridoya of each Burlington at a and SSO P at a ra and ioO p There Walk right in and look at my Great B Stock of and Suits Ctome right lu smd buy your UNDEBWEAB Lots of Goodsirnd the Very others that W And then you vriH say Jn Clothing   

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