Burlington Hawk Eye, November 8, 1890

Burlington Hawk Eye

November 08, 1890

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Burlington Hawk Eye (Newspaper) - November 8, 1890, Burlington, Iowa STAB DISHED: JUNE, 1839.) HAWKEYE. THEY PHK IT ,, Conceded to the Dem- flow l0lS«ic bv Safe Pluralities. ocra15 .s flection Assaretl—The *• f A\ Delegation - Latest feouyrf'JI"n‘ )lU Various States complete to -At last the returns Illinois have become announce de- Result of the state ticket. rely ““ t, cave won aud ta. » u-df!E° V pUcted state treasurer of^eyaI1d ll. Raab, of Belleville, .indent of Pu, No compilation •be trusteeship of the university Raab, lbllc instruction by has been made 'out the indications are that tic no ’ L slight "SwMnitif nominees hav. also  t majority. The rally i eau be bo I announced 'i'Swh’fnrnlshe'i this r''s'llt are T^maU'h.' counties In tho state >ht These nave been care-1 fisted as they have heretofore eivcn democratic majorities doubt that the vote here-js substantially correct. Ttodav have the republicans of realized the lull extent of avalanche which old-time majority r returns to-day showed that jjifinr to the democratic bUfon- umounrcd in their con-oui! districts Congressmen I ayson are defeated and bnow and ■Iduns.) elected. In response to information, both con-have tele- Mo>> in obliterated this state. juesi tor Is es. bai hpdtbe Associate the former by 650 and the OO. This makes the ay son d Press conceding the republican state vote of the state so thousand but iud the remainder of ticket. The total far exceeds by fully in.oo'the pre7ldon“ wa] vote In lass, an extraordinary i„. crease for an oil year. Lincoln, Neb., Nov. T.-The. Republican headquarters to-night claim tim election of their entire state ticket ex copt governor. The alliance men claim Powers elected governor; but it seems likely that Boyd (dem.) secured place. the Kansas Cliv Kansan. Nov. 7.—The official canvass of the votes in Kansas has progressed far enough to show the entire republican state ticket elected with the exception of Kellogg, who is defeated for re-election as attorney general bv Ives (Farmers’ Alliance). The republican majority is placed at about 10,000. I ho vote on congressmen is not changed by the oflicial count. Tho Kansas delegation stands two republicans and five r Armors AHkiihv. I he legislature is still believed to be Farmers’ Alliance. Connecticut. H a un oui., Nov. 7. The official vote of tin* state by the first returns which east out Tin- prohibition vote in many towns show Norris has fifty-seven plurality. With the prohibition vote he will be defl ated. in Tennessee. Knox villi:, Nov. 7.—Semi-official returns from tin fitst congressional district give.; Taylor, (rep.) the present incumbent, a majority over Butler. (rep.) In the second district Honk is returned to congress. also ! rep.) IT v into, dele tv 500 to    nu    -j ■Phonal delegation from Illinois i ii democrats and o republicans. . Lgntssmen elected are as follows: I Taylor, .rep.I; second, I McCann, (dom.); third, j Durburow, deal. . fourth., j wherry dem.i: fifth, Albert j Nth. Robert R. Hitt ; Nor! Ii Nov, 7-.Johnson (rep.) for 6,000; Burke, for go ton (the democrats congressional candidate) will contest Johnson’s result. Dakota. —The plurality for congress is about ernor, 6,is;,. Ben- BURLINGTON. IOWA, SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER S. 1890. (PRICE: 15 CENTS PER WEEK WHY THE DEMOCRATS LAUGH Various Views .and Opinions on Tuesday's Landslide. Governor Hoard's Patriotic Sentiment Congressman Springer Speak" wT».lci:....... -Who Will He Speaker ? I gressrnan Breckinridge, said the elections i next tall in New York, Ohio, Iowa and other states will demonstrate whether this revolution is permanent, or whether there is danger of a reaction, and until these elections are over the democratic party will not have proper information as to what may be most wise for the house to do. He is not, therefore, now a candidate for speaker and does not think I he will be until after next elections. HANGING ON TO IOWA. Republican Pluralities Continue to Grow Larger. NOT BRIGHT FOR CLEVELAND. M a a i u.son, VV is., Nov. 7. Hoard was interviewed by -Governor press cor- respondent regarding his    Ho    is inclined to .ake the matter pti'los"^ cully sonallv •I am content so far as I am per- than samfieo my hont.rt’conviulons'of it to the hr t 'T y- ' have performed it to the best of my ability and ai na to abide by tho eonsequences the honor of the office has which are not overcome sense of having followed the strict line of be the humblest Abner E. Mich IM.mon, Mich., Nov. 7.—'I congressional districts and the ate are still in doubt. The house ocratio by a good majority. The returns are necessary. he eighth state sen-is deru-offieial it C. N ; eighth, fi, W Snow bp kins (rep. enth. Thomas J. Henderson avis Sb-vvart (dem,); (dem.);tenth. Phillip Seventh, Benjamin T. fifth. Scott Wike (dem ); William M Springer (dem. I; Owen Scott (dem.); fifteenth, MI x s K A Vt I of Halversen the tifi 'n disti Minnesota. LI Nov 7. (alliancei ti) congress ‘id is now conceded. m w i 11 -To me no charms threefold by a with integrity uuty. I would rather thut f u. , j private citizen arid feel that I bad done rignt than be governor of the state by refusing to meet a que/. turn of right and wrong when presented o me for decision. There is more to the question at issue than the present cain-paign shows. It will become a matter of vital importance before it is finally set-It has only just began to work. I not for office, for i would be far nappier personally to be relieved of the responsibilities, cares and tricks of public life, but I do believe in firmly taking Ie and remaining To do it uds, a tor-de Indications That the Bx.Preoldent Will Ile Laid on the Shelf for Good, Washington, Nov. 7.—The facetious anti-Cleveiand democrats at the national capital propose to send oui a search party after Grover Cleveland. Though the ex-president, has come to the front again as a ietter-writer on the recent democratic victories, tho party managers who have drifted into Washington declare “he was not in it.’’ ll ii!, they say, is the coming man. The shrewd Trouble iii Getting Returns—Preparing for Neit Year’sStnijfgli)-A Proposition to Organize a State League of Republican dabs. street. 4:00 p. The rn.. club headquarters, on front last man leaves the start at and the wheels may be expected in in from twenty-five minutes to “several” hours. The gold medals are ordered and other prizes are waiting. A FEARFUL DISASTER. Three Hundred Men Blown Atoms in a China Powder Mill. to AN UNPOPULAR PROFESSOR. He New York governor tie# can a stand by some princip! there through thick and thin, means a sacrifice of some frit rent of abuse and of tim es joined himself with I ammany’s fortunes at the rising tide, while Mr. Cleveland's mugwump friends were left stranded by the ebb of the fusion movement. This makes Dili the undisputed master in New York politics, and if he does not trip up within the next eighteen months he will get the empire delegation to the national convention. The states where he made speeches during the campaign are also promised him. Heretofore Hill has failed to leave any stamp of Iii.- influence on the southern state.1. They were wedded to their idol and would hear of no one but Cleveland. But he has at i&>< succeeded in breaking the border line and may make further inroads with Senator Gorman to smooth j the way. Gorman is now an admitted I [Special lo The Hawk-Eye.] Des Moines. Nov. 7.—Returns from counties are coming in very slowly, very few being received to-day, but tin y show a nice gain for the republican ticket and there is no reason to believe that the estimates of last night. viz. that McFarland will have between 3,000 and 3,500 plurality, should be changed. There is also no reason to be alarmed as to Beeson. a'* he will pull through without trouble. White’s scheme to have his name placed upon the union labor tickets seems to have miscarried, as Beeson does not run behind the head of the ticket to j any material amount. Neither does I White run so very far ahead. Thatsuch ! a scheme was thought of and attempted I is evident from the anxiety of the demo-i crats to receive full returns from coun-j ties where union labor vote i • strong. I Beeson will have in the neighborhood of J 2,000 majority. As to Luke, taking I democratic estimates as to Dey’s gains, I he (Luke) is still elected by about .too. I This may be somewhat reduced and J it will take official count to definitely i settle the matter. There arc good reasons to believe that, McFarland's plu- Makes ;» Silly Attempt to Correct Small Boy* and Get* in Trouble. WAI K.:i,oo. la., Nov. 7.—All but three of the boys in the West side high school wore expelled by Professor Eastman Wednesday, as the culmination of a series of troubles between pupils and teacher Two boys were found by the professor playing cards on a foot bridge outside the school grounds. He demanded the deck of cards and reprimanded the boys. Later th*- boy'- went into the school building, each wearing a card in iii- hat. Professor Ka on brought the decorated hats into the school room and obliged each youth to < 'aim and hold his hat while he administered an angry address. The pupil- turned their backs upon him insisting that it was polite to face the audience during a lengthy speech. When he had finished he asked the offenders if they bad anything to say Ives we Many Other Victim* Wounded Balfour to Protect Evicted Tenant* iii Tip. perary Who Have Surrendered General Foreign Xeio, has found a purchaser American journals of The murder of young posed to have been 17 and was a crime liberation. Biretta Eng'ish Clergyman The cabinet wa-ion as to the guilt sapiently decided take its course. 7 will sign the order In the -tate department the sheriff of Oxford I execution. n a the Be syndicate of ower order. well Is import,mltted February >f the grea*e-t de-- the son of an unanimous in its opin-of Bi re hall and eon-that the law should he governor general .rn ii to day and af once notify roceed with the lib Shanghai, Nov. 7. At Tal-Ping-F where are located the government for the manufacture of powder, a fearful accident has occurred. While workmen were engaged at their various occupations about the mills an explosion took place which completely destroyed the buildings and killed three hundred men, besides wounding many others. The explosion has not yet been A TOWN WIPED OUT BY FIRE. cause of th ascertained. for themselves, when a gifted boy by the name of Ellsworth, replied at length in a most eloquent aud forcible manner, criticizing his methods a- an educator and declaring him unfit The reply elicited applau the boys were premptorily school board will b • < ailed the matter to day. Balfour to London , leaders at N< surrender, o Protect Ev cled Tennant*. Nor -    7.—The nationa i- ■ w Tipperary claim that th several < v toted Mr. Smith-Bat I v and t In for his place. e, whereupon •xpeiied. The sport to settle been forest ret is discern am no . f Ni are na' pa. DEAD ON TRE COW CATCHER or a rn ber th reats from enemies, but to have counted for naught -o lot. conscious that I was right.” iperate me : these i was -The lection i rom I jfcem. BC COULDN’T INSULT THE PRESIDENT. fRu-tff Gem-); sixteenth, George T. (demo; seventeenth, Edward 7'. liden i; eighteenth, William S. For-|idem.i; nineteeth. James R. Wil-(deffl.); twentieth. George W. . (rep*)    .    ........... delay in arriving at an aute conc adon in this state has been ii the uncertainty of the result in tv. Never ii. the history of (State have the respective tickets Where been so scratched, and in [county the result on -fate officers Blot even approximately known until j hour lac night, over forty-eight iafter the poll- closed. AF esti-on which the previous report# Abased were valueless in view of the cal tidal wave which swept over the land which is unprecedented in the rv of IllinoA Democratic ,IoUtfiers Compelled to apert the White I Iou ae Grounds Hr. Congressman Springer sp. hIcm, Springfield, 111., NOV. 7.—Congressman W illiam M. Springer was seen and was ask< d to what, in b 's opinion, is at-ti i bu table the great change in the litical complexion in I Ainoi- and country? “The partisan ruling-of Speaker R the force bill, unseating of democratic members of congress, and the McKinley bill, ’ replied Mr. Springer. “Do you think the present election j Hill man. The I here say that tin ! favorite in their j backed by New I they can afford J Cleveland. The I western people I faith in the j Massachusetts I atopies of his southern congressmen ex-president is still tho section, yet if Hill is York they don’t think to antagonize Hill for lame talk is heard from Those who still have ex-president point to and Pennsylvania as exinfluence and claim that the of cts tilt rn •li enor to PO- th.. md. the vietori< Cleveland Governors-friends of iieians don’t think much of that, bodv knows that tho result in those state- are due to etnents. It is true that •ct Pattison and Russell are Cleveland, hut practical po I i -Every-n t hose r* De A salute of Washington, Nov. 7.-tifty-two guns to celebrate the democratic victory was fired from a point several squares to the southwest of the White House this evening. It was intended to fire the salute in the White outh the House lot (immediately president’s house) where all the previous salutes of this nature t ad been fired, but Colonel Ernst, superintendent of public buildings and grounds positively refused permission for it to be fired from there. He did not think it proper that such a salute as the one proposed should be fired under the windows of the White House and on property belonging to the whole people. SAID QUAY WAS DEAD. Building Association Organized. [Sp'.v’.a ;o Tbs Hawx-Evb.] If,ta IU , Nov. 7.—An impetus of ms improvement and business en-ha- struck our city. 1’here have cen Lr a year past enough houses Bedote satisfy the demands of reut-Th" people of Aledo have pro-td to organize a loan association, Un as tile “So them Building and iAssociation.” The organization is lect with a membership of fourteen, following are the officers; Presi-lames A. Cummins; treasurer, ira Dade: secretary, A. C. Welliver; (ley, J. A. Cummin?; directors, W. ■Cormick, J. R. McCrea, S. E, Hun-.6 Henderson, B. F. Mawby. A t may be abb* to enter this associate! borrow money and buy a rosi-for himself and family and pay for hhree to five years with the amount wild pay for rent in the same time. lh* Remark and Position in Conge*. Mrs. Watkins Made Loses a Government qaenre. Washington, I). C., Nov. 7.—Postmaster-General Wanamakor has directed the suspension of Mrs. Margaret S. Watkins, clerk at the general delivery window of the Washington post office. Tor jim offensive language toward Will Contest Taylor's Lier ti on. 111., X iv. 7.—VY. G. Ewing, igres- on the democratic rst district, proposes to on of congressman Tay-mrned by a small plu-aitns errors in the count; for A. H. Taylor, court Bate .or col in the ti t the elect bo was re1 Ewing cl .ho votes Richard Quay, the son of Senator Quay of Pennsylvania. Young Quay asked for his father's mail at the delivery window, and some one standing near remarked: “He’s dead! It goes to the doad-letter office now.” Mrs. Watkins who wa:- on duty at the window, thoughtlessly repeated the remark. Mr. Quay seemed to regard the matter as a joke at the time, and walked away, smiling. Postmaster-General Wan-amaker says that Mr. Quay told him that tin* clerk at the delivery window said that his father was dead, and that his mail went to the dead-letter office. He immediately ordered the suspension of the clerk until an investigation could be made. Superintendent Boll, *>f the city delivery, admits that he made the remark which Mr-. Watkins repeated. loreoasts what may nois in the future?” “If tile republican part the policy of th* McKinley. of Illinois is democratic h also the entire northwest. it? I lii- • adheres to bill the state nceforth and together with ' :ai re- New England and New York. “If the legislature proves democratic will this have the allect to concentrate the political power of the state in the democracy in the restricting of the congressional districts?” “it will. We ought to have it. I trust the republicans will not defy public sentiment forever. They will finally learn to respect the will of tie* people, and if this drubbing is not sufficient we may have to repeat it.” “Do you believe th* legislature the result personal canvass for senate as a candidate of th* “The causes which have states was brought about by straigk publicans, who took advantage of an y ar to upset a bossism which bore heavily on their necks. Iii presider! years both states will'be aggressively publican. From the talk heard In which is the echo of what demoen politicians arc saying in other parts the country, it looks as though Air. Cleve land was to be laid on the shelf as a rare j piece of political bric-a-brac, to be taken j down at times and handled reverently, I tic I Of I but nevi again. r to be put to praeth LOOKING FOR MORE. C’on- changes in the of Gen. Palmer’s t In* U ni ted States J people?” produced this are. political. The efforts which have THE WORLD'S FAIR. were counted lr v ongressman MINNESOTA SAFE. He. Republican, Fleeted Governor— [The Rest of the Ticket Fleeted. Rut,, Not. 7.—With all but three reported in Minnesota, and * O' them official, the vote on gov-stands: Miriam rep.) 82,290, Wiles.) 80,603, Owen (alliance) 52,-Meriin I enc ! O'-1 plurality is - -I aues aud he couutie mav char •dally. o< ticket. rn 'tate t Herman indorsement, ‘inc# vote by later ti 'ct, which was district there erst bv * tho .7. The obi Jal figures from ' already included in ge this a little, but j ivernor Merriam ran All -he rest of the ck et is elected save (diem.) with the a11i-securicg that, place, will probably be injures from the fifth its stronghold. In seems no doubt that dalliance) is elected to eon-orality of over 2,000. Lind over Baker (alliance demo-^econd by over 1,000 plurality. A Circalnr Letter of Instruction »<> Prospective Exhibitors. Chicago, Nov. 7.—Director General Davis and Secretary Dickinson, of the World’s Columbian exposition, have issued a circular letter to the members of the national commission in reference to the citizens in various states and territories making arrangements for their exhibits at the world’s fair: raising funds and getting proper nu asures through the legislature Attention Is called to the commendable promptness with which the people of the state of California held a state convention to inaugurate the matter and the legislature of Iowa in appropriating $50,000 for preliminary expenses witli another appropriation to be made next year. A state convention or citizens is commended as one of the best plj^ns. and permanent organizations should be effected to carry on the work in the different states and territories. The commissioners will be requested to visit the legislatures this winter and use their best en leavers to see that a plan of organization is adopted.  _ WRECKED BY ROBBERS. been brought to bear are personal for the latter. Gen. Palmer is entitled to great credit for the able manner In which he has presented these question.” “Does the result of the present election have any significance so far as the next presidential conte-t is co cerned?” “A great significance. If the republican party fights in the same line it will not carry ten states in the Union.” “Do you think it likely that one or both the presidential aspirants may be Illinoisans ?” “Possibly so. It is too early to make forecasts.” Mr. Springer thought the principal issue of the next campaign would be tariff reform, which would be settled according to the democratic idea. In reply to a question as to whether he would be a candidate for speaker of the new house, he said he was. “Do you think the rules of the present congress will be perpetuated by the democrats ?” “No, sir. The precedents of one hundred years will be re-established never to change again, and those who have \ 0-lated them will be relegated to obscurity. The house of representatives must henceforth be a deliberative body.” DemocratH Now Expert to scciiie trol of the Senate Washington, Nov. 7.—All oyes are now on the senate, and the republicans admit the fact that there D danger of their losing control of that body in I'92. If Colorado sends a democratic senator in place of Teller that will make a gain of five democrats, leaving a republican majority of but four (>fter March 4 next. Undoubtedly both New York and Wisconsin will be so gerrymandered as to insure legislatures that will return democrats it! place of Hiscock and Sawyer two years later, and this, with such other gains as may come with a presidential year, will be pretty certain to turn the senate over to the party that is victorious to-day. The republicans are almost as disgusted at the senatorial outlook as they are at the avalanche that has swept them out of the house. Another source of speculation is, what is to become of Don Cameron? Although the Pennsylvania legislature is largely republican there are friends enough of General Eatings in that body to make it impossie to re-elect Cameron if General Hastings should become a candidate. rainy will be increased count, as in several pr tire opposition vote was democratic column. One needed reform is clerks returning election figures. In many precincts throughout the state they have entirely omitted any abstract on the back of the returns thus prevent-! i»g any complete report. Only five or j six counties have reported io-da> and j there are still quite a number out al-j though the same may be received late to-I night. It is thought unofficial figures ! in every county can be given by Staid ay morning at least on the head of ; the ticket. In the eighth district An-! dt rson will not be downed without caus-j ir.g trouble. He claims that students at 1 at Tabor and Shenanhoah voted who had i no right to and signifies his intention of I contesting the election. Under the cir-! eumstanees, with a large democratic nia-j >rby in the honan and their utter disregard of all principles of honor or truth, this looks bad for Flick who, without j doubt, was honestly elected. Henderson will pull through all right. The democrats are willing to concede ids election and it can be said for Couch he is upright enough to abide by the result even if it is bm one vote; certainly with 230 against him. Hull's majority will be about 3,500 on the official count; Hays for short term about 3,500. Flick’s majority will be about 310. Dolliver is in sight with 1,140 majority, which will be increased on official count. Woodbury county seems to head the list as to gains, McFarland gaining nearly 1,000 on Hutchison. Chairman Mack is already laying plans for next year's battle. Rooms have been engaged and a force is busy tining them up. Permanent headquarters will be maintained in Des Moines the year round and all who think the g. o. p. has gone out of business are mistaken. Locally in Des Moines there is much rejoicing, as with the exception of justices on the east side everything in Polk county has been swept into line for republicanism. The organization of all the republican club' organized in nearly all townships through the efforts of the young men’s republican club wil be made permanent and those townships not organized will be looked after. The young men’s republican club of Des Moines are seriously considering tile feasibility of starting a organization of a stat*-league to be composed of young men's republican clubs throughout the 'tate. A Ghastly Burden norm* Int* Vest »*rd*j'. [Fpecia! to Th- Hawk- f't Madison aux th* ia , Nov 7 vrih bou burden 4:20 a. r ■ dead J d pa' rh: *r, mn amuc sOUtl Tiger non it arround to J fearf .fly Funk el, a had been Ft. Madison, la of tie: morning ii train bore u ghasth rived in this eity at til*- pilot was tin mangled bony of Montrose rag-pick struck by the engir. ing. two and a half station. The dead body was turn to Hie “Q” night telegraph ope rat had the same placed in ar empty I \ coroner's jury was impaneled was found the man had f a 11 ** n asleep on th** track at a point where there is a sharp curve. When seen by th** engineer it was impossible to stop in time to prevent the catastrophe. The engineer was exonerated from blame. mder t prevai in: or. w 30X <‘j and perary na and its off movement ■ ess of th* ever, de tenants resumed imitated pauions The dill: living til ditto* -ain t to a s t* nt which pease. Mr t hat t he retn rn ii teft* d, no matte 1 rocstab, ary or in Ii tai purpose. Balfour’* IKJnI-IN. Nov. 7. B interview with a Cath! terkenny to-day atilt tions of prominent ret for tenants to im to Tip-ime ted. larru w 'I i] Ollie <rue r tin th** I p.-r: sur- i’wr- T^rrlOl#? Confl*cration    Winslow ann—Hinny    Homeless PKTKUSIH KG Did., Nov. conflagration occurred at Pike county, this morning town was wiped out of * hot!'*-- were all frame -th** tire spread w 11. >uch ra j efforts of th* people to proved unavailin standing and fo left home!" There is no merit and no provision wa-sudden coming of such a ca the fire originated is not as* it Is supposed to have beer defective flue. There a ll ferfnz among the people. 1 ii ru in r. Not a ir hundrt .—A t* Win-I The whole ■ ten e, The nurtures and idity that ail extinguish it uuse .- left persons are fir*- depart-nade for the imity. How •rtained, but caused by a ESCAPED THE FLAMES. tamp th* aru Th** b*- spe 1 antr; i nab! Ow 1 • -rd ay Bank c ■ral p«- i» *-•* of J* Nambrr of !***(• pl*- J hi j><*ri I** at Owensboro, Kentucky Iv v.. Nov. 7.- Fire ye; ed the R -id Ho ise. th 'K< des ag: •ad TIO I Jct I fo now uirg re< brit of unable given -hall t e for ed for rders pro-0 of he t Lat-■pura- worth of pi At that tim persons hat walls of ti were serioi; jnr*-d by building, found -hor Charles Bar Charles Ii probably fa ** Ru sly ar urn pi l h.* ti id rf 1 rd SA TURN ED TO WHITE MARBLE. ran tba ofti era disi wav STRUCK OIL. lit *- Gru«le Petroleum Found in Great truant in Hancock County. l r. Madison, la., Nov. 7.—The Fort Madison Mining company ha- at work across the river a mining expert to-day. prospecting for minerals. Colonel McCray went over thi- morning to learn remits. II*- returned after dinner and reports that crude petroleum was found in quantities that bv far surpassed his most sanguine expectations. Some of the oil enSlOh'. I the present gov* ne would be looked bi f * flirient public w< ids of Ireland. I eeived an address from Here a number of nati for Gladstone and O'Br larked by the unions scrimmage ensued, the were it! greater num1 pressing th** nationalist? <hnagh e inbab an nor re- W*‘n*ierfiil t>)*c >lny (OTOI .NIA, (la. bodv—a L ii, ba I ming Which :r**d the an md were ai- A 1 w cr. Nett Th ■r.'it v 'h* found has been relined and the same is the best. Thi> will great benefit to FL Madison in future. Indications are tha* over the river also contain coal, ber of local capitalists will. a-possible, visit the place, which i posite Pine street. ualtty of ' prove a j the near the hills J A num-soon as : just op- a ci : in iii •blishc' e bu n -nquiry .f Wi — asking unplete g ration against ne A BIG DEAL ON FOOT. A Missouri WISCONSIN M>nc Rcpabii irer fan Congressman Elected -t erk’s Majority. kf.e, \\ is., Nov. 7.—Official the first district, to-day, •G’tion of Babbitt (dom.) over rills leaves only one re-'t vrc-miau in Wisconsin, ‘’ eighth district, who has majority. The republicans 4",,f six congressmen, besides ckw*1''' ,:hu'h W'D probably v> J ' Y ilas to succeed Nen-* r. aa cough other candidates -■ ng up. Peck (dem. a majority The which was pry. >f 30.000. for gov Pacific Pass* niger Trait! Badly Smashed I I'- Sedalia, Nov. 7.—A west-bound passenger train on the Missouri Pacific was wrecked early this morning by tram robbers, three miles east of Ottervtile. robbers derailed the engine, overturned nod injured f.ngm^r Boyd; The baggage and express cars were co pibtely wre< was thrown thirty feet. were slightly injured Which was filled with passengers, was turned upside dowi Not one of the orc ii pan injured. Two chair track but did not turn only coae •Iced and part of the mail car The mail clerks The smoker. and badly smashed. were severely •ars jumped the over. The Pull- •\ na poi, rnm the e g conn Ib'iir ty wi be aboil iou ■ -1' elected P.uuhe sixth tact Th both house session. Indiana. "* Nov. 7.—Official rebate at large are just be-The democratic in. lh ii I 18,000. The only to congress are and Johnson in the e legislature is demo-with 69 majority .    coach    fo    remain on the man was the only coact* ..v m ;r A Sedalia special says a siRniflcanOtact in co, -tin,,    tho MIS- Detectives Hull and Barrett, <    **    ‘    . sour! lucia,- secret service, »> seve™ witnesses in the noted case nj tin *>'> robbery were on th* train en Ville train route to Otterville to tcwiy of Hughes and Huffman, arrest d >rth< -Robbers’ Cut” robbery, ^Jf trl"cj0“ menced to-day. It is thought to be po. si blo that accomplice? , I’eiinHylvauia. of    Nov.    7.- 11111800 -The, pl ural- ud taT    ^or governor is ih'pftffi ;.‘758 by changes in com- Qtcnan»Ua^I count. Waters (rep. ) and «,g0vernor has 18,675 plu- y wart (rep.) for secretary -••IT' 19,120. Seventeen re-ina G}ftv mal wdto ■ en democrats are of the prisoners wrecked tho train in order to put these witnesses out of ttie wy• _ A Prohibitive Ti,x on 1>s41 fl New YOUK, Nov. 7.—Tho -overnment What the Attorney General Think'. Washington, Nov. 7.—Attorney General Georg** Hunt took a little different view of the situation than some of th*' other republican leaders. In talking on the situation he said: “So far as I have noticed the returns they do not Indicate an increase of democratic votes. On the other hand, tin-democratic vote is in few instances equal to the vote of the party two years ago. There has been an apathy manifest among th*; republicans influencing a great many to 'tay away from the polls, and the result has been disastrous. I think it unfortunate that the McKinley bill was passed so late in tho se'sion as to make it impossible for the people to understand it. In his senatorial canvass General Palmer has occupied the position which has unquestionably brought him nearer the people than senatorial candidates usually are. I believe his nomination by the democratic state convention was a sharp stroke of policy and strengthened him in the campaign, and I ai'o believe had tho republican party nominated a candidate at the state convention, thereby making the question of the senatorship sharp and prominent, it would have aroused the republicans to action and there would have been no danger of losing the legislature.    __ The Chicago “JournaPi" Opinion. Chicago, Nov*. 7.—The Evening Journal, for many years one of the staunchest of republican papers, in tile course of a double-leaded editorial on the political situatnn this evening, says: “What now shall be the republican party’s course? Simply this, that it must live up to what are its real principles. The McKinley bill must be modified in almost its every feature. The national caucus of the party has been held and its leaders must obey the dictates of that caucus. There is no occasion for delay until a democratic congress assembles aud a republican senate given assent to required. The republican party party of the people within itself. It trinity."    .......... Congressman Taylor's Opinion. Philadelphia, Pa,, Nov. 7. Speaking of th sweepin democratic! party country. CCongressman A oner    ay l ot of the    first Illinois district said. “The result' so disastrous to our party. A Severe Republican l>l*»*ier. Washington, Nov.    —The disa.-ter has been not only severe on th*- republicans numerically, but in the character of th** losses. Comparatively few of the republican leaders of the present house will be found on the roll of tho next. Four republican members of the present ways and means committee, Messrs. McKinley, Bayne, Lafollette and Gear, and three members of the appropriation committee. Gannon, Butterwort!) and Mc-! Comas, will not be in the next house. Rowell and Payson, of Illinois, Mason and Adams, of the same state; Greenhalge. Rockwell and Chandler, of Massa- j chusetts; Morrow and Dehaven, J of California; Grosvenor, of Ohio: Cut- | I cheon, of Michigan; Dunnell, of Minn*-- : sota; Perkins, Morrill and Funston, of | Kansas, and Caswell, of Wisconsin, all j of whom ar*- strong men, and most of I whom have served several terms, will be ; mBsed when the time of battle between ] the parties has arrived. On th** other 1 hand the democrats have retained a1! ; their strong men, and unless there should arise among them a strife over the leadership the republican leaders ae** likely to be outgeneraled as well as outnumbered. ___ Senator Harris on the LoUge Bill. M e m phi s, To n n., Nov. 7.—U n i ted .States senator Ishatn G. Harris, of Tennessee, who is in tho city, was asked by a reporter what effect, the result of Tuesday’s election would have on th** passage of the Lodge bill by the senate. He answered:    “I ani of the opinion it will intensify the republicans and make them more determined than ever in attempting to force its passage. It may, however, result in their abandonment of the bill.” Continuing, the senator said:    “7’he election Tuesday was the greatest revolution ever chronicled in politics. While I was sanguine of th** democrats having a safe working majority in tho next congress, I never expected such a Waterloo for th*- republicans.” _ The Vote by Counties. [Special to The Hawk-Eye.j Des Moines, Nov. 7.—The following is a corrected table of the vote by coontie' up to midnight to-night. Brp, ocai An Englhh s^nUieate Wj rtagn'rt Beef and Pork eats. Chicago, Sow. 7. meeting of ih<* Chic pa'-ker- was held tlx I-eu'S the s* heme to foi packers lo sell out t cate. After the meet ti erne n admitted to a tiations had been in and the de.*1 wa- prat The packg houses w bined Into practically on which wil! form the largest terests in the world. The be run w ith English capita tnal management will rema lean hands, p. D. Armour. I Purchase tthl-Packing Inter- Woald Wot An London, Nov. 7. The th** following from Ber: de-rath refused to reply addre'Sed to it by the I n eonsin, at Madison, Wi: how Europe would ace* American prohibition 1 similar to that enforce Chinese. '    _ I>r. Bright'* Assailant Arrested. london, Nov. 7.—A woman named ! Kale Riordan was arrested to-day for I shooting Dr. Bright. It is supposed -he j was incensed at the prospect of Bright’s j daughter marrying a man named Haines j who, sh** allege*;, was formerly engaged I to herself. Bain**' a>s**rts Mio is laboring under an insane delusion. ion it ii is thai Lhe ch** oui i>&in Mi aper says a igo beef and pork aft moon to dis-'!i a combination of 0 ,!ii English syndi- ng. one of the gen- tiat nego- r*-porter progre<- some time tically consumated. id probably be com-bia concern, packing ini' siness will I, but the ac-in in Amer-for him-elf. Caprtvl and Crispl in Conference. Rome, Nov. 7.—Th** German Chancellor Caprivi w-as met at Milan to-day by Premier Crisp! and a long con fere nee was held. The press cordially welcomes Caprivi to Italy. The people everywhere received him with cheers. ATI human from t’ firm a' strange dertakii at No. * as** wh written The bo. former! fumery Mr. Sounds!) were taken embalmed. Th** d in Sweden, his nati que-Ted tha‘ hi' bo< that she could com* look upon his face « The body wa' em himself. S..nae daj the flesh wa* cry-used in em ba! mi: poisonous and, as died from mer. .ria believed the action other was prod to ii. Gradually the fact came whiter and harder, until now i 'tone, a.' white arid Bliley is an underta long experience, bu 'ays, has he either an instance as th s The bereaved wi: has reached Allan: loiw/e Nov. [he Art A I ids Mr. Mr. Bi - v, , i' notfci firm as r ker and t never i heard * >ne. ige result, d man bearder and but white "b Mr. iba mer of lh bibl ley Den and Messrs. Swift. Morris and their attorney', denied that interested in the deal. Armoi there wa' not enough immey in I to buy him out. y. by were said zland France S»ti*he«! With Democratic Victory. I Paris, Nov. 7.—The pap**r' here hail with satisfaction the victory of th*- dera-j ocralie party in the United ''tales in the j late elections. They -ay they hope that America will now adopt a wiser econom-1 ical policy. A Resignation Accepted. Berlin, Nov. 7.—The Krcnz-Zci j announces the acceptance of Dr. ! ecker’s re'.gnatiun a' court chaplair from Swede! stone face 0 was pitiful t will be taken ba w I! rest under I th* her ee I fi J ‘X t we Swede fil th** bod) where i 'i>d lair (ny or- A Wreck on the Cincinnati Son Nicholasville, Ky., Nov. 7.-senger train on the Cincinnati S road which left Cincinnati a'? * was run into by a freight train. Adams....... Adair........ Allamakee... Appanoose.. Audubon.. - Kenton...... Blackhawk Boone..... Bremer...... Buchanan... Buena Vista. * Jarred !....... < tass.......... Ceitr_________ Cerro Gordo t ‘hiekassiw... Clarke........ * ’ai tionn..... Clayton ..... Clinton...... Craw-! rd. .. I )avis ...... Defat u 1 ---- Delaware. Dubuque. .. Cumin' it____ Fayette ..... Floyd....... Franklin — Greene...... Grundy...... Guthrie..... Hancock____ Hardin Harrison — Henry...... Howard..... Humboldt... Iowa........ J asp* and now one ha' changes is a of reform its oppor- Havlng Fun With Grover. Washington, Nov. 7.—They art ing a great deal Cleveland in has just been l0l'X IV !)Hkota Republican. recoil'' S' ^ov- ~-—The -ttirerph/n-1, ^as r°Dirns showing Ria’; rennrt state ticket elected, sports show One the republicans in the senate; the rd republicans and 53 oritv f"!iiance rnen' Pierre mr the state - illc and ma 0, capital. •aha, So . N?t>ra"kH~ 0llt of ni" C Detums from eig’nty-ftivp ti .id'n*Pe ('ounties in Ne-*0',owing figures for gov- mhards ?4rj:p0wer8r"?AiuC9,23r,: u°yd’ ^testis v/Alilance') 71,143. While imported lard. The re^ DVOduce ex created quite a stir on a    I    S300,000 change to-day as i en un • frQm worth of the best qmality of this city yearly._________ Its Excellent ynalitie* Command to public    !"0f Figs- fornia liquid fruit remedy by *P tagte It Is plea^fi ^the kidneys, victory 01 throughout the tho hav- of fun with Grover Washington. A telegram received from Pattison in response to an inquiry. “Have had no congratulatory message from Mr. Cleveland.'’ In view of the fact that young Mr. Russell, of Massachusetts, did, this is held to be significant. Nor. so far as known, has Mr. Cleveland congratulated Peck on Wisconsin or his friend \ ilas, He certainly has not congratulated I’aimer. On the other hand, the Columbia Democratic club, the biggest in VV ash-ington, has already begun to arrange a reception for General Palmer whenever ho can be induced to visit Washington. .Jefferson..... Jones............. Kossuth....... Lee............... [.inn  ..... Louisa........... Lyon............. Madison......... Mahaska........ Marshall......... Marion........... Mills............. Mitchell......... Monoana....... Monroe.......... Montgomery. Muscatine— O’Brien......... Page............. Palo Alto........ Plymouth...... Pocahontas..... Polk............. Poweshiek...... Ringgold...... Sac.............. Scott............ Shelby.......... Sioux........... Story............ Tama........... Taylor.. ....... Union.......... Van Buren Wapello..... Warren........ Washington____ Wayne......... W * list cr........ Winnebago..... W innessheik... Worth.......... Woodbury Wright......... 1377 124! 174S I -lr: 12*4 2i mo 1725 I' IO 1395 2818 2s73 ::np2 2410 2567 I '29 1537 1856 2197 2082 14-441 v4S 14**1 258*5 2175 1997 2053 2207 155* * 1012 1452 1760 1773 KRO 1601 947 .2133 3434 2855 4s*K> . i:rr.5 2271 .2341 17:>») i::*6 i 6:43 his! '•TSUI 6665 . 587 220 .2519 2530 . 170s 1242 15S4 S. iS . 1791 fi»>4 . laos 1:562 .3037 1511 . 894 62*‘> . 253' LY 52 .2164 2388 ,2313 1856 .11:58 ill*) .1057 675 . 1230 1«93 . 1230 1893 .2903 2475 .1993 1461 .2311 227s 1288 I 145 .3188 4689 .4504 4473 Waylaid and Robbed. [Special to The Hawk-Eye.] Lyons, Nov. 7. — Late last night Mahon, or .Man *-, and old farm GREAT BRITAIN STORM SWEPT. Vise* • leo. -.int Cantelupe Drowned age Done. Much I»ani- ui hi v ma. Clinton a short beaten at A tough assailant, blood sta sion. wh: oad of c tan V' >1 Fr> way a1, C fly Ba wa: int ne from waylaid >n. badly > in bills. wa - his the London, Nov. 7 vails throughout Ireland and much Rain is falling 'eetions of the Many houses are —A heavy storm pre-Grea* Britain and damage has been done. ,tice'santiy and many country are flooded, unroofed by the gale. was killed outright, bu injured, the most serioi F. Tousley, of Belvid* cushion of brain, and sistant general passen Northern Pacific road. Internally. TI n B. IL A ger agen bern. .—A parson them evening. Nobody ab* r were g Herbert on- 3'- tbe • red ’hi WH03S MONEY IS IT The Peculiar Situation iii tail) Sum Is Placed br and sh*-r . bitt; . 7 JU .18X7 .HOIG :iOYt 1227 1H41 , 14'C. .. it >7 14!*1 ArAt I UH 2831 21 IP 2208 15 >2 IRC] 1927 1283 114' . 829 114;; %7 .6174 .2112 Chicago, Nov. 7. ex-Alderman Wheian by a man named ll matter “f common »* circles that VV bel between of a    lear1 money passing bel wanting franchises members of the city noon paper says thai death, VV helan dep bank in this city as transfer from a « erta in need of a franc his* men desirous of reaii/.ing of titer votes in granting points out thai Whelan’ this tidy sum in a pet Though in VV helan’s na belong to his estate. Th* dart* n*'t take action ti the alderman have no dare not enforce it lf the; wa? el* and Which n C«*r-* Murder. tort time ago hot and killed iv. It was a y in political L ?o-ist* for bribe corporations purchasable I. An after-Iv before his 830,900 in a towards the ated railroad lerlaiii alderman- iai \ aloes i . The paper s death leaves mliar situation. me, it does not railroad people * recover it and Telegrams from coasts stat*- an and a number been wrecked. state the Frania the eldest son Lawarr. struck lost. Viscount various p e norm on' of cog Ad vie nts along the • sea is running nit vessels have from Belfast mg cir dr* , Floris? and h on the roe*-Cantelupe wa anti was saved. At I storm is ragin vet shows n gr* w ll liverpo with --ign? but the I and v terrific anat* ) Cantelupe, f Earl De - and was on board rew were inity tile ry and as men*, the Iii I nig I 'trik> rain', but a went A di' s the s inois C t for *a reb A Strike on the Illinois Central Chicago, N< Fre*-port, Blin the employ of there struck I; of wages. Th able d*-iay to -av the strike only nine m*-n place' will be Ch Aer. that en in road rease • id**r- ■ iais that their j Mile thro' The lndli*l I’M I . N U. s. A.. V ii I tai Religions CJra/e. V. 7.— Ma <>r G* XL 1 damage STANLEY'S HORRIBLE CHARGES. et az we si the th** ■ arm* , says rim** Mi He an •h*d 'iai rn had. it ant Wild ly due in a great measure to the McKinley tariff bill, which is keyed uptoo byh and by liver and bowels, it clea“®}es ^e^hea^th Iv, thereby promoting the ne* The republican party as a whoie is in favor of reducing duties considerably n favor or Anothcr reas0n for the de- to tho general reaction some cases feat is owing which comes after the second year of a Iw administration. I believe Senator Ona, w”l take this opportunity to slip out of politics: a thing he hasbeen want An Insurance Company Assigns. Chicago, 111., Nov. 7.—Tho Mutual fire insurance company, of Chicago, has made an assignment for the benefit of creditors: liabilities $58,000, assets $183,-000. The assignment is made in view of heavy withdrawals of those who had given premium notes and recent heavy fire losses.    | The secretary of the company says the j assets are as good as gold. There will j be enough to pay the indebtedness three ! times over. ..1473 .1812 1533 ..150k ..2319 ...atjt .1953 .. 197*1 ...29(11 ...2241 . . .211*' ...1856 . .308* ... 75*5 ...2231 ... 932 ...3643 ..iou 4941 179*1 127'. KR*.! •.413 175*" 1509 1018 2524 lit: I ".52 1799 :w>8 1589 1780 1712 2086 .lumped to Her Heath. New York. Nov. 7.—Mr'. I burg, wife of Henry IIHdburg, of the firm of Hildburg & Co., insurance agents, was found lying in the rear of the building tins morning crushed to death. She had been sick for some time past and was confined to her room on the third floor of the building in a very aristocratic neighborhood and during an early hour this morning, while delirious, she eluded th** nurses and jumped from th** window. Ii** R**it**rat*-« Hi' Accurtation* Agaiiirtt • the Commanders of the Hear Guard. London Nov. 7.—The Tim** this (Sat urdav morning prints a three column statement from Stanley, cabled by its New York correspondent. In ii Stanley reiterates charges against Bartteilot and and 'ay' he himself would have acquitted tile major’s murderer, lie accuses Bartteilot of harboring the wildest and most unfounded suspicions against himseil (Stanley ami other officers. Stanley act cases Jamieson of having purchased a gir-for th** sole purpose of having her murdered so ihat a canr.ahilistic scene might be furnished for his boos. The 'rimes says editorially if these charges ar** true they will compel all Englishmen to execrate th** memory of the men who could bring such disgrace to til** nation. The proof against Jamieson, however, i- deplorably vague. Walter Barttellots -ay-Stanley'' account is totally at variance with th** other' Ile reiterates a1! his charges and -ay' Stanley’s action in 1 leaving Nelson's j.ariy twenty-three I days without food resulted in the death I of forty-seven of them. what Indi Will • HUA. Hold h Sp*- N IU, No republica! Na doubt thf session of the presen now- republican by I will then officially census returns and a hers, giving them a n ’.attire. w tai 8**rtrti<m. . 7.—Then have a s Ut JI ign A Very Narrow VlMr^lti Hartford, Conn., N (.arent error in some of t Merwin (rep.', for gov additional votes, redo parent plurality to 27. I yet whether either is eie* aum* is republican. Connecticut. 7. An ap- ng Mi Th [Ii teen is’ aper idp*i ;rgi-- 2247 509 3751 8*ki W Rash Wilkes Sold. [Special to The Hawk-Eye.] Independence, la.. Nov. 7.-Williams has sold to IV. A. Nicolaus, of Joliet. I!!., the bay stallion Rush Wilkes by Tennessee, Wilkes’ dam by Almont, second dam by old pacing Pilot. Price, $1,000. Ile has also sold to J. E. Moore, of Mason City, la., a chestnut yearling eo’t Drlfton by Nutwood, dam Miss Perinton by Bourbon Wilkes. Price, $250. H*»w senore Cold* are Broken Up In .Won. tan:*. From toe Virginia City (Mont.) Madisonian. When we find a medicine we know to possess genuine merit, we eouslrer it a duty, and we take pleasure in telling the public what His. Such a medicine we found Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy, last winter, when la grippe was prevailing. We are satisfied that we warded off several attacks that were threatening by the use of this syrup, and we have since relieved. In a few hours, severe colds, and in the cou**>e of two or th^ee days, entirely broken then: up by its use, as have several of our friends to whom we have recommended It. It Is ail that It Is represented to be by the manufacturers. If you have a cough and want to stop It Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy J" the work. For sale by druggist'. BULLETS OVER BERNHARD TI*** Actr«*'rt' Hon Maurice Fight* a Duel With a Dramatic Critic. Paris, Nov. 7.—A duel between Maurice B* rnhardt, 'on of Sarah Bernhardt, and Rourey, th** dramatic critic, who was challenged by the former in consequence of comments upon Mane Bernhardt's performance in her new play “Cleopatra,” was fought to-day and resulted in Rourey being slightly wounded in the arm. A Lynching iii Arlington. Tem Bailey, wife of a proi killed hi'! evening by a n* s had refused mon* y. A po? is in pursuit of the uegro lynch him. K1o|>*m! Wit h .lapai)«*rt«* Ann A KLOK, Mich., N Japanese students, grade a department of th*- Mi-biga have created quit* v\ it!: two America Frortpoet. Nov. fluent citizen, a negro whon Mrs. VV Ai- : min t*. Two • law A 'Cli girl? M A < • negro, for th*' ford in was baru murder March I: for Mur«l**r. 7. -Will at Wrights1 BIRCHALL MUST HANG. Ex*6overaur ti’>**nl Montgomery, Ala., Nov. ernor General E. A. o’Ne.t died this morning. ing to do. effectually, —    -    -    ^ and comfort of all who ise it^ A Cold Wave. Nov. 7.—A of the cold wave state this Snow and ^ Boyd ,e‘^ ci°se careful estimates a Plurality of near! v Lincoln, Neb., struck this portion morning and appears gener< . peatrjce sleet are reported l0'nl^,1p ar 0f the and Superior in the northern par. Sti&tif?.          *4r>or For ail bronchial    lv chronic, use Dr. Bulls Co ?    J    costs    only «*»«- Au English Opinion of the Election. Trwi.nx NOV. 7.—The Standard, commenting on the result of Tuesday’s elec- - the United    ««:    lhe ITojraUcvLoryl fheTatnatic answer of Amebean citizens to the attempt to of America    taxation    in    time SSee The McKinley ttrlff taught them a useful lesson. Breckinridge on the Speakership. Ky., Nov. 7.—In coaS1oT'Talfint‘e'rVi'.-w to-day, regarding the speakership of the next the ing hou«e, Con- Mills Want* to be Speaker. Chicago, Nov. 7.—Roger Q- Mills, in reply to a dispatch from the Associated Press inquiring whether he would be a candidate for the speakership in the next house of representatives, sends a telegram Iron: Corsicana. Texas, saying he will. A **‘20,000 Fire in Davenport. [Special to The Hawk-Eye.] I Davenport, la., Nov. 7.—Fire this I evening completely destroyed the factory i of the Broddewig Schmidt cracker company. The loss con.'isted mainly of stock and raw material and amounts to 820,000, covered by insurance. The origin of the fire is unknown. Left Large Debt;*. New Yoke, Nov. 7.—Thomas Harper, president and treasurer of Harper Brothers Company, manufacturers of decorated lamps and shades in this city, and William Harper, manager of a factory at Yan West, West Chester county, have disappeared, leaving debts reported at from $25,000 to $50,CKK). Executions against the com pat; y Montana In the Hand** of the philistines. Helena, Mont., Nov. 7.—The Journal (rep.) now concedes the election of Dixon (dom.) to congress. Th** state democratic by one majority. senate is As a pick-me-up use Hoffman’s Harmless Headache Powders in the morning. Henry s. Some Fan on Bicycle*. Ft. Madison. Nov.—The five mile bicycle race will occur to-morrow afternoon as per announcement, weather permitting. The course extends from a point five miles on the Powellton road to the drug establishment of C. W. Peters. are in the hands of the Is nothing to attach. for sh nearly $5,000 •riff but there Nervous debility, poor memory, diffidence, 'exual weakness, pimples, cured by Dr. Miles’ Nervine. Samples free at J. H. Witte’s drug store, I —Stop at the Clifton, Chicago, Th** Dominion Government IG-fm***-* to Interfere in the tlnrte of the Murderer. Ot i awa, Ont., Nov. 7.- AH the devices that hav** been resorted to to cast doubt upon tile justice of th** verdict of death passed upon Reginald Uir-hall for the murder of Frederick C. Benweil, the young Englishman whom he enticed to this country by false representations, and all the petitions ic the condemned man’s behalf that his faithful wife has laid before the executive have proved unavail ing, iii** government having announced tha’ there will be no Interference with the decree of tile court. A< cordingly Birchail will bt* executed at Woodstock next Friday. The n-demned man ha- up to this time maintained an unconcerned demeanor ; almost approa* hing levity. He has been engaged for the last two weeks in the preparation of his autobiography, which he has illustrated with pictures of vary-| ing degrees of vulgarity, and for this he It I** a Mintake T" try to cur*- catarrh 6> n-iiisr tions. Catarrh is not a local la tional dist-as*-. It is not a diseas nos**, hut of til*- man. Th* r* cure, requires a constitution! Hood's Sarsaparilla, which, act blood, reaches every part of th polling th*- taint which causes ti imparting health. ippt ■st ir' tho nest oast 1 ta** ie man’s effect a ofiy tike rn wrh t he cm, **x-and Four Men Blown to Atoms. New York, Nov. 7 —While some soldiers were handling .'h**!l' in the magazine at Fort Wadsworth, Staten Island. this morning, on* and it exploded, luring four othe* or [.hem shell fall man and in- »y. A For** or No 1 AII diseas'-s arisi-ij, from a or from Impure blood, as hoi pics, sc**!p disease, scrofulous lugs and consumption (which in its early stage', are cured Gold**ti Medical Disc* very, or . for it w>’l be pron ei!> r- tor: druggists under a duly < v cut si i guarantee from tho mamtfacttir< by ng'sl liver, ■ 'teh- % piot-s and rtwelt-ng scrofula) Dr. Pierce-** money paid I sold by *< rtiffeate of ;