Burlington Hawk Eye, November 13, 1890 : Front Page

Publication: Burlington Hawk Eye November 13, 1890

Burlington Hawk Eye (Newspaper) - November 13, 1890, Burlington, Iowa ■n Another Day of Excitement on the Stock Market. miantilies <*» Bullion Pouring I ufo ^ndoo Which Will Tend to Help lh<* Markets Here—Several Fid!”*;'®* Announced. declined and weaker. At i;t, American accur.-fractional domini of Illinois Central, an advance of ; was steady. wha.h    , per cent. The London ad orablo char- coaP,el‘ rday Will Strict. Nov. 12.—When the soonded for the opening of busi-morning on the stock exchange fire was a yell and a rush and pantie-iLjum reigned on the floor. The mar-jU opened stronger aud there was evi-Ltly a hopeful view of tho situation, finite the fact that early    — Affere not of a very fa\x *^•5 a. rn.—The trading so far has hMB simply enormous, especially in Vil-•LVand St. Paul. Several thousand Ajrtshave been sold under the rule, ' ing sales which were begun yes-I'hey were all in Villard’s and y Paul, and are believed to be for actins of Decker, Howell & Co. The gen-market has declined slightly from the opening with a two per cent drop in Burlington. Villard’s, however, are v. White, one of the leading operators ?ays the indications are for cheaper motey.' which    tend to help the nurket. It looks as it the conditions werefavorable to a decided improve--ojit. In view of the fact that London tcyarded as the main feature in the situation, it may V important to know th*;bullion is bt in? shipped from many J centers to that point, Half a silver bars go forward to-day on ,iEship Saale, and cable advices thai Russia has sent 2.OOO,OOO CRASH FOLLOWS CRASH. Th. S r.h R,v.r^k <)f    ’ vt Temporarily 8tWl New’ Youk, Nov. HAWK-EYE. Y ;ia»y -ULA./ I t r v OYEMBER 13. 1890- (PRICE: 15 CENTS PER WEEK m INTO TM STORM. :ud£9 r' uI* ■ Sloe* Commise. pc Tena vste York ing the announcomer.tmail°twlthstaDd* day that the North no. • '-'arly in the over its losses of    bank    had tId<^ factory arrangement,    “a,de    Sat'* louse, that Institution rl , clearing = IS P. m. ntu»a- nTki .    .    . -OO followino hous< notice ‘This cank has temporarily.” AiUffortato obBTfa? followia suspended ther information were fut'b? mm were locked and admin    doors all. There were a nu, k tanrn ^nied to congregated in the front*, d?r Id-?°^5t°r9 bank and they were mu eh -d K° 0i tho sudden suspension. ‘ The bailiff °VCr °' SS "“m‘ hous^and operalU'underU "f10. granted in 18<” it «„»!« l f charter to the e!earinn ho[i>e for ^ lo^n'andlho Th.    H, *»« l>isBoIre,i_Au ami IhHoed Mont Appeal Taken Hitter Fight Prospect. Ie Chicago, Nov. is.—“if ,i. Hilt is S6©kirur tr\ I . the busine ■ *    1    a complatn-mouopoly of business of selHr,„ r ,au“up™y oi Union stockyards or ,«’!!■ St0<:k al lli" combination by which if6 !,0 f'flect * live Sleek market; it can 'tv ™    . ^ of “houri o,neXto a'“ °" tho way to examine llnttci Billion gold, and will send 2,000,000 MI francs yditional. The market at eleven o'clock was very Liveand firm to strong out generally J- something under the first prices. though better than those of last night, it 11:25 a. rn. Villains continued strong bd were quoted at the highest figures of lie morning. Northern Pacific common y; , per,erred 60 -. North American 20. : y on—The sterling exchange market dull and the prices are nominal. .ck* show little disposition to do icsin-ss owing to the high rate'- for beef- Wail Street, neon—Money is tight at IP rcent, per day and the legal interim After eleven o'cio*. k tile stock urkit developed a new strength Prices pe materia!!; and a better tone was feed a1! over the list. Another ad-e in the latter portion of the hour North American to 2\, Northern (Cite to JI and preferred lo 26. Al-engh these prices were not held long .eimprovement for the hour exceeded per cut. in many cases, St. Paul, A tehee. ''.arlington and some of the inactive Utilities bi mg the most conspicuous ll Pullman rising from 168 to Iso. The were comparatively quiet. At the market was active to strong the best of the prices of the morning. At 12:20 p. rn., J. C. Walcott & Co. ie just announced their suspension in # stock exchange. Benjamin K True, stock broker, has led. The failure of Walcott created little rpri-i. The house, though a good one, bul a s-iiai interest in th** market. coit refuses to make any state- « .    for a committee was on the into tho condition of the it was learned that it was in th« ha i of the bauk examiner who li t u. overhauling the account t, i “2'*ht tho hank officials exp ■ t ,0 ness to-morrow.    pcn    ‘or    bl,s>- staplyCS    o*,°acconntCUlfty to mention of the Nokh Wver banl0' the of the defaulters at the ’WH*? au °ne yesterday, depositor. ,UrtS .ho2S0 steadv „  'ult.' lar,ed 11 quiet but toady run on It this morning. Tho bank ^Od out untilI3M0, When ready money doorseih,rdt,dda,rdav^ahad Xo'^ 83,000,000. Filed .s„p»rate A.*,gument New A ork, Nov. 12 members .      -Three A Co °A iTaige !irin of C’ M* Whitney “ assigned yesterday filed assignments to-day. separate The Defunct Mutual Fire Insurance Company of Chicago. Hunt filed '•*    ♦*'■’" Attorney General nunt Hied a    tms morn n_ t . the affairs of the Mutual Fife Instance company of Chicago, and sci aside ?he deed of assignment executed a couple of weens ago, on the ground oi fraud. Serious charges are made against the officers and directors of the plish such Durnov*;    “    at!t‘om Tuley yesterdri    spoke Judge case of vitan mori»ng in deciding a aidwLcTiuvSrar-° t0 th° v™** hers on one side -i^rr fb?'V0,:I‘ sh,p' dealers in live yards on the other. “    “    k" Stock !cIaS •ii, d by the American Live bion of e?n]« ?n company- a combina-institution when I Chicago Live Stock SSL10 restrain th‘J of buyersTf live tef g6, ^ompri^d rules, which forbid it ’ facing its with « roroid its members dealinff co®pel lhe exchange to issue bet the c?ftIfi'‘ate to tho new manager, ferred    [ ffiana^er subsequently urea his membership to the commission wa7Xy-“rdnthatpoint““ss'd”d U| romm lf by the exchange that lh,' iirihfl nf K^ t rm souSht to i onto! the P of beef and the commission com- i pane contended that the rules .»f tLe ex i cnange forbidding its members d. alii g -with corporation like the .-ompUh int : was rn restraint of trad.- and therefore I I against jmblic policy, j The coart finds that the allegations a-< ' to the complainant being a member of i Hie exchange are not sustained and that I ae had never been a member legally or equitably. The complainant not being a member of the exchange and having no ■ vested rights, cannot complain of ho bylaws and there was no rd SUCCEED SECRETARY TRACY. t ongMMimn Evans, of Tennessee, May .Iftleinher of HarriHon'H Cabinet. Cli nr a N< Kx JA Tenn., Nov. 12 —The 11nu.' publishes the startling information na! Congressman IL Clay Evans is bel unconsidered by President Harrison for tip appointment a- secretary of the BaII| t L Lime* says: “President Harrison has ue name of Hon. Ii. Clay Evans under alvlsement as a cabinet officer. The r*'cei, death of Justice Miller of the sc.pi <ne bench necessitates the appoint-raentpy the president of a successor. I no oust prominent name in connection w.th the presidential appointment is that <»f H.ijamin F. Tracy, of New York, pn-sqjt member of President Harrison’s eabii^t as secretary of the navy. In the evened Secretary FracyN appointment, IV" at a!- unl,kely that Hon. IL ( .avEvans, of this city, will be tendered rival portfolio. Mr % Evans, a* eonian irom the third congressional t of Tennessee, has enjoyed relations with the president, aside from politics, Mr. Evans J Evicted Es**** ar Aa the Alphert j -\rdsberg. One Hundred Demons Ejected — English Visitors Hold an Indignation Meeting—Prof. Koch’s Consumption Cure—Foreign News. ne a busine- th gross distr dose and has ai intimate acquaintance with the chief executive. The Times has it from a theoughly reliable source that friends of Mu Evans ai Washington ara pushing tis claims for the portfolio in the evert of Set mary Tracy’s appointment, and lie fact i- well known to three pronjnent citizens of Chattanooga Mr. Evaite, it is said, has not been consulted in ttt matter. Mr. Evan.' fitness for the luties cannot be questioned. His prominence as a southern congressman, I, will have much weight with idmini tration. The mistakes cl’ publican leaders aow stare the n the face, and one of their uost I luuders has been the ignoring south. Mr. Evans' appointment, timed, will tend to * Vinco a friendly deposition upon the party of mi nitration of the country ti ai ally demand - attention.’' sd em i the the par ser' of t it ii o ach oliti- Hr uidN, Nov. 12.—The thr< ate evictions on the Olphert estate have begun at. Ardsberg. A fierce storm h: rj raged a1! night, and the work of eviction was begun under a cloudy sky, the gloomy weather adding to the c retchi d-ness of the scene ii was thought some of the tenants might resist the evictors, and a force of heavily armed policemen was on the ground to meet such an emergency Sixteen families comprising one hundred persons, were ejected from their homes. During a squabble Mr. O’Neill, M. P., put a chalk mark on a policeman’s arm as a means of identification He warned the others that he would similarly mark all who should bo guilty of misbehavior, this being the only’ way to identify the man as long as the authorities declined to make wear badges. A number of English visitors, includ-'ng several ladies, witnessed the evictions, and afterward held an indignation meeting, at which the action of tim owner of lh*1 estate was roundly denounced. ( Lhe bishop of Raphahos arrived at Hardadag in the afternoon for the purpose of assisting the evicted families.^ TUHY WICKE P KE I ’AUK I > KOU IT. London, Nov. 12.—A dispatch to the Times concerning the evictions on the Olphert estate say s that iii the houses where an eviction wa- expected no potatoes could be found, but that in one house whore the evictors made an unexpected visit two tons o! oxcelii ut tubers wen discovered. MANY OF THE GREW DROWNED. of this affair reached the London clubs and excited much adverse riticism. It is considered that Hamilton s conduct may cause a scandal agains himself and the tories. Professor liocii’s Consumption Care. Bk max, Nov. 12.—Professor Koch’s report on his consumption cure will appear at the end of tee week in the Deutsche Mcdizinische Wochenschrlft. Particulars were published to-day of a ease of Lu pus of the face treated by Dr. Ll ti beet/., in Frankfort, by Koch’s method. rJ he case is progress nit >atis-factorily. i he first effect of the treatment wa> to < ansi* the Lupus ulcers to swell and diseharge a serious liquid, after which wa.is formed as in eruptive fevers. Tile doctors will renew the injection when the scabs fall. Minister Von flossier has given 200,000 marks for the erection of a special hospital for the treatment of consumptives by the Koch method. THE STATE IS STILL OURS. I Full Returns Do Not Change Republican Pluralities. the last evening abe it seven .Vc « k. Ho was twenty-* wo years of agf and resided in Chicago prior to his coming here, where his mother now resides. (TENER AL WASHINGTON NEV, In t nseaworthy Torpedo of th*. Coaxt til lion! Spain Fnunrif rn Vfc. company. HAS GOULD GOT THE UNION PACIFIC -K unwell Urn© is a small trader and his failure so importance. |W:t street. 12:30 p. rn.—The market lira to strong and ; free buying moveless , preen-ss. The failure of Wallet £ Co. has had no effect whatever in fe dealings Bank of North America was a awureditor at the clearing house to-pay over to the as- X Rumor That Cannot I, Verili, Opinion . T;PN: N®v- 12.—President Adams, I- Ilion I aeihe road, in an interview with an Associaieii p.-o^a    .-. Ii* I- of rh an Associated I*,'ess reporter in gard tr. the sti . The bank'a ii Kis of Decker, ti.' differences < I by the bunk as He to that lira a ■sterday. fL' lek murk Ow Cl i sales of collateral d sold on urn' Co. a large securities for loans the mar- *‘so< uring” conli e replied he s own business. not buying any- r the influence a-*15'.it der the rn ic declined from the "*;> Peking support from London. pa. Street, 2 p. m.—The market is 'at n best and the general list is at Pest prices of the day. The ad-E»on last night’s prices ranging from t per cest. the latter Northern Par'd. The iota! sales to this of pc prefe feamount to over "OO OOO share lh Ah, were Vi hard specialties. 'he market was unsettled with merely something under the lof the dav. i:30 the critical 6 delivery houris In period of the clay— -passed without addi-uim-. The financial horizon is .wayclearer. Money is down rf-‘ *,Tid plentiful. •in the last hour w; animation with tile plat,oris and general rising tendency The market finally closed ac-’rr;! ? at about *he best price- of to 6 The stock mar-- marked by in-usual sharp May. 'me most Jmpor -U in th,* effe im ha* 38: instru-ing a rally on is was the the theory that Jay quired control of the Union way, based on rumors printed )r!iing papers A Tribune ?/ Mr. Gould 1 the truth th ii of reafternoon and the published ny? fe i ta -d knight that Wolcott’s -/ -•* atnounh probably to ij‘ t*13,C()0, and the assets are -- f;rm ss an old one. The ?    10 the failure of clients to , .T ' f-r margins, and to a * .■ u obtaining money from banks, ^signee of c ^ evenlj 1 billion! ■lie M. Whitney it Co. *ng the firm owes about on loans, the securities were deemed sufficient Hunk* 'oar'* were made. A fciffl8 jUla ln cap^ t° come in ih*er?H    ?°    far towards hr-C 0,it matters. The question I (j. f ‘!rm will be able to re-tttW upon the ^-ate of th.' ioGtJ1 next f”w days and the Ie is-;» >wur:,:es pledged, iwf <d flecker, Howell A Co. Hjer,. A’;,ce 2' clerks making up a sj-'rjfm ‘ j,a'trm s condition, but its Slinky, y wcro s° enormous that irdi ,rTlf‘tiIne to arrive at a clear Th!!“?,ofthe a^ets and liabili-l?airn*'said evening a “ to K: 0i tbe securities turned extr(‘inely good Tastl^ *i'(;u!ar|y the Villard stocks, by thi &v>ve the temporary price binormal market. If the v* they w•fjUdtJrnent and do not. erne ut published this morning that Jay Gould had secured control of the I loo'1 Pacific road, said he was absolutely ignorant of the alleged iac.s in th * Gould interview and greatly questioned whether Goula ever made the remarks attributed to him. The director of the Union Pacific said ho did not belli vc a word of the story. f .:vh, }OKI5;    I-.—George Gould refused to talk this morning in regard to the report that his father had secured control of the Union Pacific railroad. Russe!] Sage expressed the belief that Gould had obtained control of the road, and said it "aas ;ust what was needed to straighten (jut the railroad situation. Jay Gould this afternoon -aid he had had no interview with Rockefeller or with Frederick Ames in regard to the control of the I aion Pacific railway company. Bui he said if any one would go among the stockholders of tho company he would find much dissatisfaction with the present management, aud he thought it not unlikely the stockholders could, before long, bring about a change ir the method.- of tile management. He was asked whether he wa -trol of the Union Pac iii-was not giving away hi He further said: Ta rn thing I can’t pay for." ■’Will you exert an influence upon the L nlon Pacific management or in any way. directly or indirectly, effect a change at the next ole- ti rn? Mr. Gould smiled and hesitated before his reply. “I am acquainted with some of th largest stock holders iii the company he said. “I might ,< ive some irfiuer if I choose to ev vt. it. There is gr dissatisfaction ova r the chi.duct of rn of the railroads. There is an upri which ought to    fTe<‘t great ref* in the management, for the roads enough business to give them a profit if they can obtain proper rat the southwest we have made progr ward securing an agreement whir establish stable rates There h no conference to-day that I know this subject. The progress ref made to-day is probably the res previous conf< rence. The sto* are aroused and Indignant ga suit of the warring in rates, way to express the situation n say that if the railroad electio take place now, the results n surprising a- were the re* elections.'’ William Rockefeller, who connected wi-h the fictiti* said:    “So far a* I am *'on is nothing in the story. I Gould and have no intere.-Paeific.” Much was made in Wa was said to be the evasi* issue as to the Uuio when questions w ’re The Union Pacific has ject of speculative run bills have been said tf trol, in spite of officio them. Suppositions control between t Gould legions has Union Pacific s liberally in the values. It is c< street that there ' Union Pacific ma election next Mi frequently expressed managers and many stio.ih*.. ^ cept implicitly the allegations o» road rivals, that bv its surrender to Chicago and Northwestern, the * pion Pacific has contributed the principal demoralizing element to the western railroad situation. Some Wall street. persons go so far as to say the dis^is,‘ed stockholders ofthe I mon I deific a.e sufficiently powerful to force the re. g-nation of A^ams there is no open tion for this purpose. - — - --'gal duty upon the exchange to deal with the commis-sion company, thus the court cannot pass upon the validity of the by-laws. The only ground upon which the court could control an organization like the defendant would he that such action would be in restraint of trade, or that the business of the defendant was public juris anti affected with a public interest, and the business of the exchange I was not so circe ted. There was no relation or connection between the e hang ■ and the corporation known as the Union I stock yards and the exchange ha- extended rm service to the public "I know of no law,” says thee court, I “which will force one man to trade with i another, nor any equitable proceeding-. by which It can be accomplished. The refusal of the members of the exchange to trad*1 with persons not members may be in part a1 restraint of trade, but these are the ains of individuals in the exercise of their rights, of that freedom of action that is necessary to the carrying on of commerce The injunction heretofore issued nam be dissolved. As che only object of the bill is that of injunction, the bill rn .st be dismissed for want of equity. An appeal was taken from *>. i o'sion and the case will be bi” tested in tke higher ' Midii ion <>I I acle -hiii’h C-'axii WK SH! NG TOK, NOV. 12 ment showing the amount and b illion in ti e treasury lug for the last ten days’ \ — The state- j of gold coin j md outstand-1 •rind. ending isury, j to-day. shows total gold in the •8202,514,150; gold certificate. treasury, 830.437,550: gold certificates n circulation, 81 J5,963,730. Net (mid in the treasury, coin and bullion. >'.57.550 - Lo,NOON, Nov. 12. cruiser Serpent ii as •oast of Spain. Ti unknown. I utcr dispatches are of the opinion ti got ashore. Four b on ti*- I teach, three I lie Rriti.-h torpedo foundered of the 1 ate of her cr* w is The German Diet Opened. Bkui.i v, Nov. 12.—The emperor opened thedfetof Prussia to-day. Inthospeech from the throne, his majesty said in view of tho friendly relations of Prussia with all foreign states, which relations have been further strengthened this year, the country could look forward with confidence to further preservation of peace. Police and Military Kigia. Gai.wax, Nov. 12.—Several Ii ;hts took place to-day between the police and the military. In one of the encounters a police sergeant wa> severely injured. The military were finally routed and the police chased them to their barrack- < Given V in mn Appointed Decent. The Hague, Nov. 12.—Queen Emma li t been appointed regent during the illness of King William. Tile Widow of Thorn is Kine D'xing. Pakis, Nov. 12.—Mr*. King, the widow of i horn as King, of Georgia, and mother of the Marchioness of Augh is dying. LIGHTNING TYPE-SETTING. o Windy City A Den At Ollie* Doctor in Trouble -Heerley at Coin in bu* Junction—A Drave C himney Climber—A Mother’* MlHtnlte—State New*. (Specai to The Hawk-Eye.* Des Moines, Nov. 17.—Full returns do not change materially the pluralities of th” republican candidates from the figures reported this morning. Luke is certain of 3<>o. Ile may have OOO. There is always a chance that some of the figures have been telegraphed wrong. The official count will not be made until December 4, and until that day it will not be definitely known exactly what the pluralities are. A study of the ‘flection figures this year will prove very interesting. The union labor vote according to indications will reach and possibly exceed that of last year. In Monona county alone a gain of a thousand wa> mad*. The prohibition vote was somewhat lighter than last year. ms th* Oftlcinl Vote of Lee County. I Spec: a! to The ila^K-Eye.t . if ADISON, Nov. 12.—The follow-s the official vote of Lee county on ’Ongressional and state ticket: Orl(io»l i’aekaKe Ku*in«** at Algona. Algona, Nov. 12.—The busine*- of the original pack -ge men sri!! hereafter be prosecuted under serious difficulties in Algona. About twenty of rh*- leading men hav*- combined to put a -top to the >a!oon, and they mean busine*-. Thursday morning on** of ti;** package rnen by the name of Woods was arrested on sixteen different counts, and after cootribo-! ting liberally toward *he waterworks j fund he promised to leave town and not. I come nack again. A -<><m a- Mr. Wood-' ‘•as.* was disposed of, the authorities arrested a -“cond pa:kag man by the name of Alderman, who had been conducting hi* business on toe sly for some time. They managed to get eight differ eat counts against him, and he pleaded guilty to tho tir-t two. U tbe lines, he has gone to wif<- ha- applied to the *0 port. A Dnbu<|*m Enterprise. Di'HuquE, la., Nov. 12.—This t i to have another shoe factory, which begin operations on the Ut next. The gentlemen who w it are Messrs. Biron a Dow well known throughout the factory will be started with thirty workmen. The rent, nabie to pay jail and his july for <up- y I* will *f January ll establish is, who are ea-t. Th*' a force of amen have Gear, r.. Seer!-*}. d. itnthrix'k, Wolfe. (I. McFarland, r. Cbamboriin, ii. CONGRESSMAN. 'PKE 'I E I CI»GE. i KC KET A R Y OK ST * TE. a-ey, Lyons, r.. witters, d.. Beeson, r... White. <1. Stone, r. Blackey, I A Hot Content WliITOH *11 STATE treasure: iTTOKN BV GENER K L. •GERK SUPREME COURT. \\ rn A it evolution iii Honduran. Abington, Nov. 12.—A tolegr at Guatemala City was rf calved at department from Mi:-ner, I lilted 2 Centra! America, 'fat-was in progress in the iras. The president of v v dated •tate .Stat* s * 11 g 3 i capital that republic hits been driven from the city but is now collecting a force of troops aud is expected, says tim minister, 'n make A fight for the r* capture of the government. * minister . evolution of Hond lo t1 EAILT’ To SUpi pl Bf *ST1 reply!: arrau:? to. st 1 aid: “en* V I ■a .as Mf Authorized to Receive Deposits. Washington, Nov. 12.—The secretary of the trea-ury to-day authorized the as-sistan treasurer at San Francisco to receive deposits of funds from bankers desiring to transfer the same by telegraph distant treasurer at New York, rrtnent will also accord this Aker points at which there usurers should it afford any present time. cl Crook’* Remain- Interred. Nov. 12.—The remains ajor General Crook were city this morning and in-iitary honor- in the na-\rlington. JCURE3 COUNSEL. p..ire- for Contingent ie** Darttelot Controversy 12.—Henry M. Stan-Charles Russell to be lit arising out of the sy in which he may bo * ortho plaintiff. Tin' s that Mr. Stanley v telegraph with Major Pond, Mr. I *ent in America, con- j - ay, and -aid that Sir : be a retained. Mr. Stan- ! this: Ile has heard j probability that a j brought against him -ir Edward Clarko or ..id he is so willing and -e ,.is defense in such a suit 1 ■ been altogether so much j upending suits in which Mr. I nay ne the plaintiff or defendin' has given Sir Charles Russell be his counsel lr, any case. »ng to be. any suit Mr. ..y is going to be ready for it. and mere fat : of the retention of Sir ie- Russell and George Lewis indi-- that the list of “causes celebres"' in land will soon be added to. say three survivor-at none of the others elms hav" con < up J them women. ii;-, luke of Edinburgh was attending toe Pa ..ti concert at Plymouth when the news of tho disaster reached io\ n. He wits im.mediately informed, and at once left the hall. After reading a!I the dispatch* ; that had been received concerning the dis a ste*\ he went direct: 7 home without returning to the oncer? nail. Ile expressed the utmost sorrow. The newspaper offices ai Plymouth were besieged by crowds of people anxious to hear further news of the disaster. Among these were the wives aud daughters of many of the lost seamen. The Serpent wa- built after the idea- of Admiral Cooper Key. Ile insisted upon immense horse power, which, according to previou- notions, was out of ail proportion to her dis placement. She could maintain a speed of sexenteen kots an hour. Loro Brassey, in the Naval Alumni adve rsely criticizes the vessel. He -aid th* economy of weight had been carry to excess in the construcion; that her plating wa-too thin and armament over-done. In seaway her heavy top weight won: i be a detrimen to speed-and would unduly strain tho huh. The vessel was two hundred and twenty-five feet .orig while -he had a draught of only fourteen ind one-half feet. The relatives of the crew of the .Serpent at Plymouth and Sock "S ard poop!*' are full of gos-ip about the lost cruiser. It is claimed she was unseaworthy and broken down. On all her trial trips the Serpent had a bad record. She v. as knocked down more than once in the maneuvers of 1888. Several admiral-condomned vessels of her class. Lloyd’s agent at Coruna telegraphs: “it appears the Serpent was running for shelter in one of the bays north cf Finis-trre. lf she foundered, nobody need be surprised but the admiralty. If she grounded on reefs, she could not stand a minute’s battering in the heavy -ea.” net ween '3 S WiftH Cine.*ago, Nov. 12.—The typesetting eoiite-t between Peter Thi en en of th** Chicago MaV and Loo Monheimer, of the Chicago Herald, was held in the composing rn >n».s of tho Inland Drifter company and was won by Thienes The size o' the type was nonpar bl and was chosen t Monheimer, wb had ti privi coat: rule ■ The and a- ror into t the challenged party. The governed by the national : fpe-setting tournaments. ran inc fat* •cd had t 1 first s hours. \t tbi-tr itch M, nheUner . gross to Thiens 3.5! the end of the second had a string of 7,3*’>5 c. 7,305 < ms gros-. The follows: Monk liner, 1 6,8 ,1 ems. inc tune taaen up in corr< *' tion was 23 minutes bv Monheimer ana 18 > minutes byThienes. Th*; match was awarded to Tfii‘*nes, who had beaten Monheimer by forty-seven em- net. The match was so close that the cony had to rn twelve o clock ii lasted two of the first set 3,710 ems ems gro.--. At tch Monheimer : >s toThienes’ -lore was as 4 ems: i hlenes, tn i bv Pray, r.............. Sankcy, *1........... KEPORTER I ta y mon d, r......... I very, d.................. KAIER* 1A I) CO! Lake. r.................. Dey, *i.............. On the question s ventior. to revise ?! ante;,.! the same, 1 3.74, rn, 4,037. Henderson'* Drurqrr. la., N*i” ofii* ia! returns of the district give Herder:-' of 196 over Couch (de UPKEME * OUK! :!1 th **r*> in a sti tu tion 4,591 .3.1*0 •MN I .{,1‘.*2 I ..4.j • 3.188 I .4,*ZI6 . .3 1-7 .4,71*0 .3.195 .4.1301 .3.W -4.*2U .3,IST . I ,3,1'J 4,733 con and Ye-, : ample capital at their con rn and I the new enterpri-e or: a solid and by the articles of inc jrporation th n*‘w company i- tocont:nu<- for ten year It will require fr< m m w lint:: the January to remodel th** par* of the i intr they ar*- to occupy, and wher work is finUh*d a five-horse power trio motcr will be put in to run th* chlnerv. > plac* lOtinz, *t of A Mormon Keokuk, la., Nov. 12 engaged in digging the foundation walls of the building, this morning walls of a building ’.na wa.- once used for a pow Mormons. The wall is thick and nearly thr*< in excellent condition, the building fronted th tended back against the Krill !.—Ti car or t dei :h Ilion -ays ise by the three feet ng and is supposed r and ex- HAWREY? GLANCES. Mnjority. ■ 12.—The complete third - ongressional in (rep. a majority rn.). be revised three time; could be obtained. be fi t result SPORTING NEWS. st Race— j of a mile: 1 J second Tee Nashville Pace** Na sn vihj:, Nov. 12.—Fir J wo-year-olds; nine-sixteenths (fiilight won, Laura Doxe Katun a third; time. .v.t . Second Race— 1'hre -year-e'ds and upwards:    fifteen-sixteenths of a mile: Tittle Crete won. Sta’fian second, Labrador third:    me,    \    :40 ■Srerlry at Coiumhu* Junction. (Spacial t* Tbe Hawk-Eye.j Com mbi - Jrx* hon, la., Nov. ;g.— Th** democrat - had a great time here tonight ratifying^ ih* ir victory of the fourth instant. Th** city wa- lurid with burning coaled barrels and noisy with enthus-ia-m. Mr. Scorify, congressman elect from th<‘ first district, was present and addressed the people, receiving a hearty ovation. He modestly thanked them for their confidence in him and hoped that it would not prove misplaced. Th meeting was quite enthusiastic. A BRAVE CHIMNEY CLIMBER. The report Cornic! of put*: of th* A Du* K OU A living near Ii ses-or of a due aquate sport-quadruple side ahead. Something th*' product * weighing thre. ii LENT MA >f the deaf ai B uffs hows ti - to have fi. en stltut.on amo IT Y.- nd d> i IOU K. dianola. i with fc n the -I -James St pr< • he In the 'n near b' *f IS and which weigh' Newel! The day's - next spring w: in gold. I- til ex J. Mirror office. Lati Sleet Storx lect storm extend* In Col at Third I wards; fi’. Billy Par 1:07 -. Fourth : wards: si won. Mis: 'bird: time Fifth R wards; id* Event v. Fox ti rd: Lace—Two-y* e furlong.-. ’ 'T second. lar-olds Mark Burt 1 b re •-year-ol Lady ond, I Mary I: IK: ,. *—Th rec- vi mj—ixteenths ii; rambourc 1:1:: ra and up-S won, rd: time. and up-iackburn rk Shaw ar an d u j >-mile: Rem BUD M’COY KILLED. Nard* .iou 12.-- Lyre Ken- 8tir.< Up k Tremei cltement. vkleston, West. Va., Nov. McCoy was waylaid by Win. Pies McCoy in Pike county „ fe.vr days ago and killed. The * -tirred up a tremendous excite-.mong the McCoys and Hatfields a pos-o at once started after the .rderers. News was received today that the posse came up with the fugitives in Buchannan noun y. Virginia. McCoy was s’not and captured. !>y but is -t ill being pursued. •if escaped 1 good hit I* not only be paid but surplus for the estate. the as president. As yet evidence of organiza- tfia “for ri sentative, as improper an * size al a ting oat the ^•aper, five half inches superfluous, a1 iller's tickets rish paper, smaller -ize, and contained e” instead of “repre-i. this case being considered as on the tickets for gover- tADEi ® 3,a? Excitement at Philadelphia. ?0V' JS.—When the elativei Penod this morning all the Wwj* in sympathy with the toceritH ' tbe ^'ew ^ork mar-‘“C(,u rapidly. ^ment here. tiff' ■fist Et; There was but Beyond the state-*” n< AOll';d resume business *4?r t p.;„Sufpended brokerage firm any‘ V'OP.k 6 v ,,lf! aM"ria4e*i liaiihs. reporter ° ' 12*~~^n Associated Fi„ a ffiferviewed President ’ 4 aembe im j the Charged With the Shortage. ■The stoek-Hard- of the New York committee, v/ho said: *are that the issue of be very small, probably u’c millions. There is &easxn„i:.tliat!oD so far as it af-andtlf^ banKS 'bat is at all totii*I    is not the slightest any disturbance in aii“n iv wi)i •535re than the s phin to 1 !n this center.’ to it a Who, -®n 8t«ck Market. IS AO - tbe st,ocic ex* UU a Ped Ii adv, ’ Ataeric&n 12. P- m-j American stocks ances and declines, securities had Kansas City, Nov. 12 holders of the defunct Hall-W tilt ware company held a meeting y -    ’ examined the books, finding a 'linage of nearly 8100,000. Shelby Jones, trea^ urer of the concern, was charge I -being responsible for the snortage. denied it Last night he suicided, leav-f„ega note that he couldI not; sUnd the unjust accusation-. Thi stoc^u all say he was re-poi, -ib.e, How gever7c^77re ^oken Lv *n Mon. tana. From the Virgin* City When we find a medicine we^ k -possess genuine merit, we con.    . duty ami we (aka pleasure (n teUj,* public what His. bilch a    :ast found Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy, winter, when la grippe was prf We are satisfied that we warded off sev oral attacks that wcre threatendng the use of this syrup, and we have relieved, in a few ^°.ur9’ _ three and In the course of two or th. ^ entirely broken them 1ip -T have several of our fr,end . have recommended it at -represented to be by w.ntl If yon have a cough and want Chamberlain’s Cough R®“®dJ work. For sa’e by druggists. Genera! nor in Connecticut. Ellery M. Brayton, who also ran on Hie republican ticket, but who fell far behind Elliott, made the same error in having his tickets printed. Elliot’s tickets were correct, but he fell far behind Miller. Congressman .Miller will probably make a little fight against being deprived of his seat. SMOKELESS POWDER. Benet of the Ordnance Bureau Deal* with the Subject. Washington, No\. IC.—The annual report of General Benet, chief of the bureau of ordnance, shows the bureau bas expended during the fiscal year, 82,-”89,020, leaving a credit in the treasury of $23,994,484. On the subject of smokeless powder. General Benet says, though some astonishing results have been obtained in experiments abroad yet be said with certaL    i    ‘    »- explosives v111 tn%iH suoerceao « American Sabbath Union. Chicago, Nov. 12.—A mass meeting of the new sixth district of the American Sabbath Union was held here to-day aud the district regularly organized. It embraces Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Wisconsin, Minnesota and Ohio. Resolutions were adopted insisting that the world’s fair should notbeopened on Sundays and urging of the government stoppage of all mail trains on that day. A Saturday half holiday was urged upon the employers a- a Christian concession to working men. The Steamer Gu*su' S**fe. New Ohm:an-, Nov. 12.—The steamer Cassie, from Nicaragua,’ fears for whose safety have been entertained, arrived today in a battered condition. She reports that a terrible hurricane delayed ber. Tile town of Cape Gracious is a complete wreck, every house having been shattered the wind. TEE HONDURAS REVOLUTION. Til** State Department Officially Informed —Particulars of Hic Trouble. La Lib bkt ad, Nov. 12.—The revolution which ha- been expected for months and which has been gaining headway since the conclusion of the war between Salvador and Guatemala has broken out in Honduras. Tegucigalpa is in a state siege, telegraphic communication direct with the capita! ha- been interrupt co, and it is believed that the wires have been cut, but this is not positively known. Several dispatches have been received 'ay the Salvadorian government in regard to the affair. One is to the effect that Friday last a part of the garrison of Tegucigalpa revolted, and under the leadership of General Long! no Sanchez u>ok possession, after hard fighting, of tile capitol building and arsenal, since then street skirmishing has been of daily occurrence, and Sanchez and his forces now have President Louis Bogran surrounded in one of the wards of tho city, and it to surr< nd« at the seen three days. Several other army men hav** is-u *d their pronunciamentos and are hurrying with    their forces Goto Sanchez. it is believed that revolution will become general Bogran be forced to leave the couu he is not captured. Bogran has been regarded a- the too! of Barrillas, and has bankrupted the country. Many people residing in the frontier districts have signified their intention of asking annexion to Nicaragua and Salvador. If Bogran fails there i- a possibility that the country will by common consent of the misses be divided between Guatemala, Salvador and Nicaragua. Private advices from the city of Guatemala just received here {nits a grave aspect upon the revolution in Honduras. It is believed that Barillas will attempt to extend ald to his old ally. Bogran, and in doing so will precipitate a general war ii: Central America, as it is understood that if ho takes a hand in the present troubles Ezeta will cal! him to time. with tile full consent of Nicaragua and Costa Rica, with whom Salvador will be leagued in ease of genera! international strife. F»cny Prier* :>i Horse*. S: Kingfield, 111., No- . 12 —The most prominent -ale of trotting h“*    -    held in centra! Illinois for some time took place at the farm of Col. J. V. Stryker, near this city, to-day. The >a!e aggregated 815,000 Eleven head of horses brought i 8!0,840. Anthonev A. a three-year-old J bay, -ired by Antic o, was J I to J. J). I Barnes, of Springfield, for . 25. Penton* Feat of jtr, Klertrir Ugh; -upwr-intenOent sit Clinton. Cf ix r<*n, la., Nov. 12.—A perilous feat was performed by Superintendent Brown, of me electric light works, Sat-turday He had trouble in making steam sufficient to run ?he dynamo, at last finding that the screen cap of th*- old smokestack, -omo ninety feet from the ground, had burned off and j fallen    «o a-    to    obstruct the    ! draft.    To reach it    was    nearly impossi ble. but ii; raising a new smokestack it . wa- furnished with a tackle and rope, 1 a ■ d when I? had b **-n put in place, a few ! I feet from the cid ta k. Mr. Brown being j ; usable to hire anyone 10 go ap the new j ! sta< k    had himself    hauled up the rope,    i ! had a    board pulled    up,    threw it across    I he new to the old tack. walked I on it. removed the old cap, went ! back aero-* the frail bridge, from the earth, aud descei tga:n. The feat wait a- a s?i IT, raw nor the ■.(th sleet was blowing. from acres earth diibeu filled ninety feet eicd to the even more astern wil d extent of country 1 accumulation of frozen : that the railway traiu delayed and the cie ; mc-t of them put out I I wires. j A Pastor Hi -ion I Couerega'iouAi church surprised Sunday nu I resignation cf the r j ! O. Brown, wa- read fr> Brown is now absent I* I He has accepted a call j ington, at a -alary of Railway Conduct I Journal:    “T Order of Rail b«* b“’d yesterday in j as armoured and was I one. The repre-, cpi I era!. A large major! i Iowa had represents^ Nebraska, Minnesota were also rcpt* .-ent*e I of the grand officers, * I were able to be in aft* I pose- of th** meeting, i the member- a> to tin I the order, wa- a< c> ta\ noon and afternoon se :gh1 gr**v lf a!! wer“ >ubi wh“n tor, Ii* th*' zere th** Dr. Ta* ig rn Bo-ton. •(•ma. Wi-h* UC v C and I i. Alt! •Vho we- •a koL Ti of ii ber -ion Matter*. Base Pittsburg, No.. 1 of the Nati’ u; ’ Ria) President McAlpin the resignation ot ti No action wa- taken rn it tee, consisting of Johnson, was appointed National League meeting *1 fur the purpose of placing 1 consolidation before then:, then adjourned. As the stand- the feeling is strong consolidation, a- ai! adm ball war has been a failure ers G* < rm • .*• New on it. Hard, to tho session .;gce to-day v p’-e-ented York club. cut a compunct and attend the ork A LOCIOR IN TROUBLE. Arrestee iii I)?., Mollie*, for Giving Aw ne LPjnor on Election ;>»>-. [Special to The Hawk-Eyed Nov. I i New Y he matter of The meeting matter now iy in favor of Ated the ba-** in one of the ware s believed he will be forced uni* — other garrisons arrive revolt within two or aid the and :ry if National Ball League 'feeling. New Y OUK, Nov. 12.—The annual meeting of the Natioi a1 Base Ball league was held to-day. President Young was re-elected. The magnates decided to have another session to-morrow. A prominent league player -aid. however, that the National magnates would not confer with th** Players if Ward wa- a member o: the committee. Nearly all tbe magnates, in interviews, ex pres- the opinion that the Players’ league is priciest. :ieally a thing of the GENERAL FOREIGN NEWS. The Seventh Day of Hi* Fast. New York, Nov. 12.—Signor Succi bein the seventh day of bis fast this morning spirits. dire ' crea terd it health and ■ v 8olflier*’ Quarter* Destroyed by Fire. LOM DON, Nov. 12.—The Wellington barracks of the guards were destroyed by fire to-day. The tire originated in the quarter- of the married soldiers. The inmates were rescued by ladders. Two children, however, are missing. AN EIGHTY-POUND BABY. An Indiana Infant that Gain* Twelve Pound- h Mon h. Anderson, Ind.. Nov. 12.—If no Dad luck befalls the young son of Mr. and Mr-. Lou Bennett, of this city, he will no doubt become a rival of Hanson E. Craig, the Danville fat man. The youngster is now five months old, a-.d on account of his phenomenal growth i- the wonder of all the women of Anderson. I!** now tips the beam a1 eighty pounds. When born he wa- an average baby, and weighed about ten pounds. He hasbeen gaining since hi-* birth -rn an average twelve pounds per month. The baby is in excellent health and is perfect in every respect. What Do You Tit ink of Thin? Kansas City, Nov. 12.—J. A. McKay, the Farmers’ Alliance candidate who was elected judge of the judicial district, composed of Barber and Camanche counties, Kansa-. never studied law, never was admitted to the bar. and never wain court in any official capacity. Hi-alHance will send him to -ohool to Mtidy law for -ixty days and prepare h:m-elf for the bench. Dr. Hannay Dead. London, Nov. 12.—Dr. Hannay, secretary of th” Congregational union, is ad. present powd' the Maxim gian) po' those clr it is h • bi •GV. don da: a* Will W«*«l a Prince *»f Naples. Nov. 12.—The Chronicle's I •respondent says:    Princess    ' ;ster of the German empe- j prince of Naples, an heir j ‘ i    hrone,    within a year. ! Margaret will become a e*pite Sad New*. .—Lord George Ham- j the admiralily, on I he conservative can- \ nnounced the lo-s of 1 The announcement jut ne action was ' banquet. Lord J ;ff hi the toast.- i The Alabama Senatorship. Montgomery, Nov. 12.—The political pot is boiling high in thecontest for the I nit.'d state- senatorship. Senator Pugh, Governor Thomas Seay, ex-Uov-ernor T. IL Watts and R. F. Kolb, agricultural commissioner, are candidates, the latter relying -olely on the alliance sentiment for hi- strength. De- Moinf-, Nov. 12.—Dr. Gillespie, a democrat, and a prominent ward worker, was arrested thi- afternoon for unlawfully giving awa? liquor on election day. It seems upon that day searcher-seized a quantity of liquor from him which was condemned upon hi- own testimony. This morning, amont other statements he made he said that the liquor was his and he was giving it away | sense to friend-. A warrant was issued for his arrest, it b ing pret.y certain tha’ he used the liquor to influence voters, a crime punishable by imprisonment. Vletiiodi-.t From th*' Iowa S'rL The Fir-t Methodis Moines voted bast >eni splendid record of 7* the ladies to 22 against th* fair average on a fi Methodists. It is a for modern lows it is a cheering the services of those who h. upheld th** Master’- eau- • ii tr >polis have been given recognition. It is feared thai on the subject xviii not fairly of the church. 'I i mat in f: Women Berstel chn ie an V OtC: That is ii cot*' of record of Methodisn to De- »wa nor iud w 'ha? grand! y wa'.- hip-laggard iff* rem ** • ate th” cr h Oui A CLOSE CALL. A Cnre’em IHoiher Give* H«r Daughter a Dwe of Stramonium. WATE RI,  Nov. 12.—Mr-. J. F. Clingeman, in preparing a tea for h* r : daughter Minnie, used stramonium in- I stead of princess pine. The young lady j w”nt to bed and shortly after was heard j moaning. The mother went to her and I tried to arou-e her. but faili ig -en? for a ! physician, it was mor * thau half an I hour when the mother discovered her mistake. Emetics were used and Minnie : was saved. I? was a clo-** call. \ dose : ot stramonium is from one to three I grains, whereas the young lady drank ii a 1 a cup of tea made from the leave*. 1 eastern states the v, light. The Lewiston says the vote of ten hor record wa- 200 for to admission of the women. doubt that if the subject agitated th” -ote w nil in favor of th* lad es. on the question will 10 * pre-en? montl .    and hopes ilia: Iowa will make record as a state in favor < than the First Methodist Moines. Let there be a fair count in order that fu be done to those who ar** of Methodism and of ab o ha Jai* T7 1 rru again.-* th** h- re «- l'*th* Y&s properly be largely The vc; jug during th** ie Register -Iic better the women lurch of Dell! vote and a u-tice may e real piliar-er churches. THE JOKER JOKED. .—At the admen of dirertor-, of which ai H O TV 51 r Kelt leson, of Sioux Citj for a LUI Iv* UleHSMiitrj. Sioux City. Nov. 12.—Saturday evening Bob Marshall, a Seventh street merchant. clo-ed his store a few minutes to visit a neighboring barber -hop for hi-regular weekly shave. A- wa- his custom he placed a card on the door, stating where he had gone and that he would soon return. Louie Ket,t!e-on, a friend and neighbor, came along soon afterward, and seeing the card conceived a ver} funny joke. He turned the card over, and wrote on the opposite -ide, “Closed till spring, and then -miled a large, juicy smile. Unfortunately Mr. Freeman, the landlord, happened along, and seeing the sign became alarmed and made a bee line for the sheriff’- office, and stated the case, expressing I - fears that Marshall intended to leave. Writs of attachments were issued and accompanied by two deputies th** landlord returned to the store to find Mr. Marshal! attending to the want- of numerous customers. Explanation- followed, and Mr. K**ttieson, who dropped around to see how his joke worked, wa- escorted to the -heriff's office where tile costs of the services were figured up and paid by him. It was a great Joice, but ilk The Modern Wooding Springfield, 111., Nov. 12 I convention of rn** Modern Wo : America to-day, the board ,,f j wa- reduced from eleven to five, c j three ar** to be from Illinois. In app* the ca-'O- are taken from th** head consul I and placed in th** hand- "f this executive j committee. Ti • constitution wa- so I amended that local camps xvi!! elect on** I delegate to -ta?** camps, to b” he!d at the capital city, and -tate ramps will select j delegates to head camps at a ration of I one delegate lo five hundred members. Powderly WHI ne Re-eJreted. Denver, Nov 12. —In the general assembly of the Knights of Labor to-day, congratulatory' teh-gran*- were received from various other bodies of organized labor and a delegation from the W. C T U. called and delivered an address of welcome from a temperance point Various report- were read and committees appointed. There is no talk yet candidates, but ;t i- the universal fee that Powderly will be re-elected. or ng Sentenced to Dishonor*Ult, DlHiui**al. San Antonio, *iTex., No 12. -Lieutenant Turner, adjutant of he eighteenth Infantry, who embezzled D-d funds ha- been found guilty and sentenced to a dishonorable dismissal fnmi Hie army. J ame* s Goodwin Killed. New York, Nov. 12.—James S. Goodwin, the well known cartoonist of Pack, was accidentally killed bv a train ia-t night at his suburban home. Killed l>y the Trail*. Olathe, Kau., Nov. 12.—Hon. D. G. < ampbell, aged 70, a prominent temperance lecturer of this state, was run over and killed bv a train yesterday. Flour Mill* Cloning. Oporto, Nov. 12—Flour mi!I- lere are closh g in consequence of the decree prohibiting she importar .*• of foreign y speech. News wheat. tical tokes i? did not turn out Just as Mr. Keltleson had anticipated. TI** C li*irjrr Again*? Secretary Daniel*. Erda it Rapids, la., Nov. !2.—Grand Secretary V. If. Daniels of the Order of I Railway Conductors was asked about the acquittal of Wheaton, ex-grand chief. I He said:    “The charges of disloyalty to! the order were made against Wheaton through sympathy and the v/>-h not to ' injure him any more thai, was necessary, and it was through sympathy of bipersonal friends that he was acquitted.” Killed t>y the Car*. [Special to The Hawk-Eye.) Ft. Madison, Nov. 12.—Thomas J. O’Leary, a swiichrnan. acy killed whllo making a coupling rn ?he Santa Fe yards I Another Blow to Lotteri”*. New 5 ork, Nov. 12.—The board of ....... manager- of the Adam-Ex press com pan/ m»ny prac-j adop d a res°l'*tion making tho post office department regulation* application of the anti-lutton cable to its employ**-. Ran Off h Hridg**. Portland, Ore., Nov. 12.-g**r train on the Souther off a bridge bt tw**”n Salem -this evening, t? ural passengers w* ably fatally. D***t I Ii of Ji)dg« Fort .Smith, Ark. Handel, associate just!* died to-dav. H*- vvw- ' tornej for tit” 'a* -D r., * .-as tinder Cleveland* a- to the law appli ng in ii: pa (fie Tu IRL ran ter R< cf (nan's cur* all h* Hon rv'j ;

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Publication: Burlington Hawk Eye

Location: Burlington, Iowa

Issue Date: November 13, 1890