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Burlington Hawk Eye (Newspaper) - October 4, 1890, Burlington, Iowa ,FXT SUNDAY’S HAWK-EYE * - .fin » I-**** v»ri*',yof 1,,ter U)C‘'nttt,ne;*| r,,u Head it IU ter- } wO ^JOSHED: JU!*, 1839.) THE BURLINGTON HAWK-EYE. BURLINGTON. IOWA. SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER I, 181)0. \ DON'T FAIL TO BUY A COPY I Special I ling S Of Sunday'* Hawk-Eye. Thr Nperial f'cntnrrn Will Ii#' Wort Ii Kr4#lifl(. (PRICE: IS CENTS .LR WEEK. 0 the tariff act. tion Involving' Its Enforce-“ton the Date Fixed by Law. Time to Send Co“ief* to West-Cp'"rtt_ch*nffei» in the Postal De-0,rt.«*nt-T,,e President's Western tx, TON, Bet. L—Tin* treasury thB morning mailed a certi-J th*' new tarilT law to every lcop;nfcustoms and internal revenue *    .•„ the United States. The now into eflect on Oct. ti. In this I?08.    ;.n    interesting    point    has    been **nT ‘ho treasury d.'part,ne.,t, Setl a ll *i l probably be brought before rotary for decision. The point in arises from the delinquency of service to deliver the tariff law ‘ collector at San Francisco and ‘Lints wee re it is an impossibility *rPn sent out to-day to be de-r in the Oth instant. As the old **L out of operation on that date Question ba" . arisen whether arriving at ban francisco and ‘Joints before the new law has been a bv tflC collector are dutiable Ifthe old or properly come under a Lh the collector ot customs hits “id and oflicially knows nothing a prominent treasury official, speak-the matter to-day. expressed the ® ion that tho goods might be assessed ■ ‘.♦hp old law and re-liquidated under law when it is received. He not obligatory ta** a however, that it was ne the collector to have a certified law before him: that in the to the assessment of the of uncertainty as rain goods he could telegraph the ^‘ry department for their proper J :ation. “ I'iDDears that an important omission Lade in the tariff bill as enrolled and V-1    30    of    the internal rove- which was originally the senate, and subse- Section . hedule*. tricken out by ■ ,. stored by til-' conference comae' was omitted in tim enrollment. Si Action provided for the allowance (drawback on smoking and manufac-Lj tobacco and snuff held in unbroken ^fcyresinthe hands of the manufac-_. t|ie date when the reductions Refect As this date is January I, « however, there will still be ample irtuny for congress ,it it'- next scs-!■ correct 'he error by supplemental alien. poi gate, 'l’he impression is general here that Commander Reiter is recalled because the secretary of state is* dissatisfied at the course pursued by him in regard to tho peace negotiations between Guatemala and Salvador and also in regard to the Rarrundiaaffair. The Ranger wa^- in the harbor of San dose when Rarrundia was killed on tin* Acapulice. Special Agent* Appointed. Washington, Get. 3.—The president to-day appointed Austin J. Braddock, of Rockville, Maryland, Henry J. Aton of Hiawatha, Kansas. John S. Mayhugh, of Nevada, and Miss Helen l\ Clark, of Montana, to bo special agents to make allotments of lands in severalty to Indians under the provisions of the aet of congress approved February *, ISS?. The Anti-Lottery War. Washington, Oct. 3.—Assistant Attorney general Tyner, under direction of the postmaster general, has prepared for publication in the Punta I Hath tin a circular letter to postmasters containing instructions for their guidance in the treatment of “lottery*’ matter under the recent anti-lottery act. Celom* Return*. Washington, Oct. 3.—The census bureau announces the following populations:    Sangamon county, Illinois, pl op,'; increase s.i is. Springfield, Illinois. I,S.Y2; increase KHI. Moneys for Public Land Survey*. Washing ton, Oct. 3.—Under the apportionment for surveys of public lands for th#* year ending June 30, I sol, South and North Dakota get MO,OOO cadi. EXCITEMENT IN OKLAHOMA. more of mormonism. the jjnrnor Thomas, id I tall. Discus*? miestiou in Hi* Annual Report. W chin GION. Oct. 3.—-The Mormon K<t;on K discussed by Governor KiiniN of Utah, in his annual report, inerts the Mormon people are gov-by the priests and that in every focal"and business aet the church is tfirst and the country afterward. The Dilation of the territory is estimated "20.lt.i2, an increase of fifty-five per pVduring the past sen years. The [onions are recruited by immigration i,,]i,real britain and rise Scandinavian entries. The average number of forts born brought to the territory by the [onions during the past nine years is it I,soo annually and this average probably been maintained during the year. The goverior deals in Ka- ins and meaninglei* words, or ids of double meaning, hypocritical and false assert ens. Its a11i-Wards polygamy is delusive in the degree. It knows there has been [change on th*• selfed but seeks to Brey the impression taal there has Prominent church officials have (dared the church does not now grant pmits to enter polygamj and the nom head of tho church has antu! ygameus marriages take place. The howevtr. when the head of lh* church was cate uncovered in Tile Capital Location Question Create* Much Intense Feeling. Guthrie, O. T., Oct. 3.—The excitement over the capital location continued to-day. After the demonstration against Messrs. Daniels, Ferry and Nesbit last evening hail subsided, S. R. Mitehel, city attorney of Oklahoma City, who chanced to be in town, sent the following telegram to one of his friends at home: “Your representatives were mobbed on the street to-day. Send one hundred armed men.** The armed men arrived this morning and were among the first to secure seats of vantage in tho hall of the lower house. Fully as many friends of the Guthrie measure, equally strongly armed, were also present. Their presence caused intense feeling and it would have taken but the slightest outbreak to have caused serious trouble. Speaker Daniel* was too ill, suffering from nervous exhaustion cauked by tim exciting scenes of yesterday, to preside. As soon as the house was called to order Representative Terrill introduced a resolution calling attention to the presence of tho armed men in the chamber, declaring their presence undesirable, and directing tile sergeant-at - arms to eject all spectators, newspaper men excepted. The resolution was voted down. Consid ering the probable results of yesterday's riotous demonstration it was deemed advisable to postpone until to-morrow further action on tile capital question The speaker has prepared a resolution which will be introduced to-morrow, pro viding for a recall of the bill from tin senate. When this resolution sooted a lively time is expected. pre- REV. PETER ROBERTS’ FALL Sued for Breach of Promise by the Maiden He Wronged. The Story or a Pastor'* Wkkedne*»_He Deceived Hi* Wile, in* Church aud Hi* Counsel—The Day'* Crime* aud Casualitics. Scranton, J’ I., <let. 3.—The, sensational breach of promise case of Miss Annie Husabee against Rev. Peter Roberts, of the Plymouth Congregational church, ended to-day with a verdict of 83,000 for the woman. The case has created a tremendous stir here for a long time past. Roberts is a graduate of Yale and while at New Haven seduced the girl and then connived at, a criminal operation. He promised to marry her, but fled to Wales, where the girl followed him. Again he promised to marry her, and thev came back to America, but after he secured a pastorate here he absolutely refused to carry out his promise. Roberts’ attorney made overtures for a settlement and Ghee proffered "I,OOO, but the girl would not accept. While negotiations were in progress Roberts married a most estimable lady of this place. Finally the girl brought suit which resulted as above. The deacons of Roberts’ church have been upholding him in the matter for a long time but it is thought he will be compelled to get out. The evidence against him was very damaging and it is said Roberts Isas been deceiving his counsel as well as the woman, and tho church for the counsel made no defense fur him. CARVED FOR HIS KINDNESS. It is also proposed to attack the bequests of several religious institutions and a bequest of >100,000 for a statue of Abraham Lincoln. The solicitors for the contestants stat** that ail the bequests to relatives were to those on the mother s side, and that the relatives on the father’s side were not mentioned. In proving the will a family servant testified that there were no relatives ,011 the father’s side living and tim contestants, several of whom come from Ontario, a— slime that the testator did not know of their existence. UPROAR AT TIPPERARY. Much Excitement Occasioned by the Testimony of a Policeman. run. This i> the largest and most complete sugar factory iii th*' world aud was i >0 pronounced by Secretary Rusk aud Professor Wiley, chief chemist *»f til#1 agricultural department. TRE DEED OF A FIEND. A Car Link BETWEEN YOU AND ME. Found Tied road Track to a Rail- O'Brien and Dillon Compelled to Conduct Their Own Case—The London l're** on the American !ri*h Relief Ad dr ch*—Foreign New*. PALMER AT WARSAW. A Nauvoo Man Who “Didn’t 'Low No Itemed Galoot to Trot Hi* liahhy.” [Special to The Hawk-Eye.] Nauvoo, 111., Oct. 3.—I). L. Smith, a young man from Ft. Madison, came to this place Sunday and betook himself to the home of one Lee Carey, a fisherman of the place. Smith thought Carey was out fishing, but Carey came hack unexpectedly and found Smith dancing the baby on his knee. Evidently incensed at the sight Carey drew an ugly knife ami. remarking that lie “didn’t 'low no domed galoot to trot his babby unbeknownst to him.” proceeded to carve Smith up in a dangerous manner. Carey was put in jail to await the outcome of Smith's wounds. The General Addresses a Great Crowd at the Fair. [Special to The Hawk-Eye.] Warsaw, 111., Oct. 3.—Yesterday was “Old Uncle” Dick Oglesby’s day, and he poured hot-shot and shell into tile democratic ranks. The old fellow was at ids hest. To-day General Palmer, who would like to be United States senator, if you please, addressed a great throng of the unterrified and unwashed. The faithful came iii from all parts of the county, some in wagons, some in buggies, others on foot. The Carthage delegation was a dandy. Some ten wagon loads, as stated to your correspondent, headed by the Carthage Reed and Brass hand, including Fritz Stepp carrying the (lag for which he fought, came marching into town and presented an enthusiastic appearance. In the afternoon there was a creditable parade to the fair grounds and General Palmer began the delivery of an address which, in the main, is a repetition of many of his speeches made in different parts of the state. He assailed the tariff, the McKinley bill, and in fact, brought the republican party to task for many alleged short-comings. His speech was well received by Hic democratic hosts. The fair closed to-day with an exhibition of prize stock and several races. 'I'lic financial result, as stated, has been satisfactory. DISTINGUISHED ARRIVALS. IU iou aced tim I’ adm unum »f ‘h now na jg caled to tho notorioti lb- first district court, In-disclaimed any 0* Jtnowledgo of ii Abn ting that these statements, however, ar*, literally true, ti Ie governor sty- that it,does not prove jk the church ha" net the public '■^aliment of rh nation expressed in iws, nor do* * it prove taal th*’ church ■biota! to th'    Ie Is no reason bo believe, the governor ; sorts, that any J’hly power an exact fo.m the church iv declaration opposed to polygamy, e account' for the hod which Moronism has upon th" penile by the fact ley are taught to keepaloof front in-:*•!. es outside of the church. The flvt-rnor recommends thepassage of the reported in the senuti by Edmunds, 1 iihori.es the governor t* appoint cor-l county officers and providing for eoative rcapportionme t. He state" tat if this become* a Uw it will place hec.-.ntrol of twenty-five ounties in the iwd? of men loyal to ti $ government. He also recommend* th pa*sage of r the Cullom hill or the Strobic Iii rd P« ut f* The Count of l’ari* and Party Received With Honor at New York. Nkw York, Oct. ?.,—The White Star steamer, Germanic, from Liverpool, with the Count of Paris, Duke of Orleaii* and Prince of Joinvillc. on board, was *ig-nalled off highland' this morning. At fifteen minutes after eleven tho revenue cutter Cushman steamed down th** hay with a small party composed of Collector Erhardt, General Daniel Butterfield, General < >. o. Howard, General Keyes, General Porter, General Slocum, General Newton, AV. B. Franklin, J. G. Parke. J. R. Dillon, General O'Bcrine and several newspaper men on board. The Germanic wa' boarded off Staten Island and the compte and party were greeted on the quarterdeck. The party will return November I, they will be al the Windsor bote] for three days and from there go t<» Cragins Point and West Point. A visit will be made to Philadelphia, Gettysburg battle field. Baltimore and Richmond. The party landed at the pier at twenty minutes pa't one and were driven to the Windsor hotel. LABOR TROUBLES. A Uriel Strike on tile Road. illinois Central 5P I, UKC OI ndl OP I SI ai itll cit tai [ti At lay 1 it-1 J J qei TRE PRESIDENT’UTRIP. Program of Next Week *Western Tour Arrange d, Washington. Get. ’..-The prelimit' details of the president's western Fhave been arranged md those are ' ■'•"'t to slight chang' -.It is fully de-M. however, that tim president and will leave herr Monlay morning wrCincinnati where a shift stop will he ^Tuesday morning, ’he party will proceed to Vincennes, Indiana. • Haute, then to Gahfcurg, Illinois, ching then# Wed ne-,ay morning. ’kb phi ' the pendent will “"Kl the reunion u his brigade • the afternoon and *»ill leave the ^evening for Ottumwa Iowa, whore ;'Uii spend Thursday is*biers’ day) at *■‘heexposition. That nrht the presi- will leave for To po Ic. Kansas, ar-y there in the mornii: and remain ‘i! ' about four o'clock, lien he will -thetrain for Kansas At*. He will _ > guest of IL* broiler, who is a Pt^of that city until (Veiling, when ,*'wi;i leave for st. Loc* to attend the - .a festival of the “Xiiled Prophet, “-Hay. That night I will go to In-" napolis to spend Slinky. The next • t ng ho will leave fr the national - ta, via Pittsburg lathing there i(S(kty morn lug. GENERAL WASHING IN NEWS. *k'trrangnneut Clin ago, Get. 5.—All of the I reigilt conductors and brakemen on the Illinois Central railroad between this city and Champaign, Illinois, about five hundred in number, struck last night, demanding the reinstatement of about twenty of their number who wit#* discharged yesterday. At a meeting held here this forenoon the striker* decided to a'k the co-operation of the engineers and firemen. This was refused, and the strikers seeing that their case was hopeless without the aid of enginemen, decided to return to work. __ Tennessee Miner* Strike. Dayton, Term., Oct. 3.—The Richland and Nelson miners struck yester-lay. Dissatisfaction with a reduction in wages recently ordered is the cause and twelve hundred men are involved. W.VS|IIV(JT, ■^atid IDI] of til*' Yogial Depart inent. 'N', Get. 3. Messrs. Whit-to-day quailed as first and postmu cr general re-;' uve.y. These aiqintments are *y in the line of evil service rc-•er'^ ”’th these changa the postmas-‘Gi'Tal contemplate* he reorganize office*1 <A°rtaan °ffi-ial deirtuients. The w , ,Hh are in the si ie general line ih- rm {,iacert under on#head: that is ai|way mail service ;.<i railway con ice W1'u bo ii ode I ho immediate fell ' um1?    now    stood assistant hav* tv    a'    firstassistant, will tty as ! 5!,pervi>ing chico of the sal Aes, ail0vvance. and ice delivery of ■tv !!l addition to Iii, other duties ^rsjf.fi ° U:0;' Lave heretfore boon re eieN • a' 'n^cpendent jureaus, their a nile ,,aS!iili" Pon nearly all Clarkson to t China. J'AMIINOTON, I let Orrow will pubic I./The Punt to h tlietatcment that fT,    puoii'h thFtatement ma u.ma,lt 1>ysl"lastergeneral Clark tate ontessional dei «on Jester, aTb-r "Ohs WR1 go to China I F iii ted States the Killed at Cuba, lllinoi*. Cl'RA, IIL, Oct. 3.—On Tuesday morning D. F. Draner, John P. Ward and the latter'* little son, attempted to cross the narrow gauge track here. .lust a* the team crossed the track one lino broke, the team sprang short around, and Mr. Ward was thrown into the air, lighting crosswise of the track just in front of the engine, which was moving slowly, of its own impetus. Engineer Eskridge in-stantly reversed the engine, hut it passed upon the body of Mr. Ward, breaking his neck and crushing iii* leg*, killing him instantly. The Ohio Express Robber*. Cl Ne inna ii, Oct. 3.—The managers of the Adams Express company has received a letter from the general manager of the Cincinnati, Sandusky and Cleveland road saying that two of the train robbers were in jail at Bell fontal ne arui the road'.* detective* are after the third who got away with $600. The express company's detectives however, have not eon-firmed this, and there is nothing to show what proof can be found to convict the men arrested. Mysteriously Shot. Gin n MT.I., Get. 3. — l’eny Beaman, an inoffensive young hostler at Chuld's stable here, was brought into town Wednesday night, by some farmers in the Me Hose neighborhood, with a 3*-caliher bullet in his 'boulder. Young Beaman has always borne a good character, btu absolutely refused to talk on th*' subject.    _ A Sensational Divorce Snit. Cm* ago, Get. 3.—Mr*. Emma < . Rathborno, daughter of A. ll. Pullman, begari suit to-day for a divorce from her husband, Diehard N. Rathbone, dr. She allege* habitual drunkenness, personal abuse and unfaithfulness. Parties to the suit occupy a high social position. Found Guilty ol Mati'laughter. NT av York, Get. 3.—The jury In the ease of Dr. McGonigal, charged with causing the death of Annie Goodwin by malpractice, returned a verdict, hit*' tonight of manslaughter in the first degree. Sentence was deferred. Captured a Counterfeiter. Lai ay MTK, La., Get. 3.—The sheriff last evening captured I). S. Campbell, a counterfeiter, after a hard struggle. Hanged for Wife Murder. Charleston, W. Va., Oct. 3.—W F. Martin wa* hanged in the Baloigh court house to-day for wife murder. RAILROAD MATTERS. A Denial ut the statement that th#- IL A O. I* Seeking New Terminal Facilitie*. Chicago, Get. 3.—General Manager Odell, of iii*1 Baltimore and Ohio railroad, who arrived in tin* city to-day, declares there is no truth in the published statement that his company is arranging for new terminal facilities in connection with the Wisconsin Central. General Superintendent Dickinson confirms thi* statement and adds that instead of seeking new terminal facilities the company i* now negotiating with the Illinois Central for increased facilities under its present arrangement, and nothing can drive it elsewhere unless it is to be shut ofl the lake front by the world's fair. The Your'.* Railway Construction. Cm* \*.<>. Get. 3—The Finilwaif Aye will to-morruw publish a summary of the railway construction in the United States for the first, nine months of the year. showing that 3.7*2 miles of new road have already been built in thirty-nine states and on 2U2 on different roads. The total construction fur the year i- estimated at from 6,000 to ti.YOO miles, agamist ."Moo miles during last year. Tile Minnesota Pullman Iti-rth Decision. Chicago, Oct. 3.—Officials of the Pullman company claim the decision of the Minnesota supreme court mentioned in these dispatches a few days ag** does not pa** at all upon the validity of the order of the railway commissioners requiring the upper berths closed when not occupied. It simply decided, they claim, that the district court, to w inch the appeal from the order of the com missioners was taken bv the railroai company had no jurisdiction to (-onside such appeal._ THE BAPTISTS AT CARTHAGE. Second Day of Die Sunday School Convention the Ministerial Meeting and Missionary Society. rSpecial to The Hawk-Eye.] Ca RTI! ag I-:, 111., <)ct. 3.—Th* Salem Baptist Sunday School Convention closed its labor* this morning with devotional exercises by .las. Westbrook and an address, “How to Teach Temperance in Sunday Schools,” by T. J. Malcob. The regular meeting of the Salem Baptist Ministerial Association began in the Baptist church at IO o’clock a. rn. The opening sermon was delivered by Rev. Banks Dillard, of M* Cornin Rev. L. B. Albert, a Sunday school mi*sionary, of Chicago, delivered an address. This afternoon reports and letters were received from the various churches in the district. These report* were in the main, encouraging. Some churches need a little more energy and should seek the grace of God freely. They should put their hands in their pocketbooks a little more freely, also. Miscellaneous business was dismissed until evening. To-night union services were, held with *ermon. The Ladies' Auxilliary Missionary Society, an adjunct of the association, met at. Trinit y Lutheran church this afternoon, heard various reports and listened to paper' I M ki.in, < let. 3.—Much excitement was occasioned in the court room at Tipperary to-day by the evidence of one of tim witnesses, a policeman, win# testified lie followed several of the defendants into the vestry of a Catholic church and tried to overhear what was said there by them. This testimony aroused the indignation of the counsel for the defense, and he demanded to know if penal days had returned, when the sanctity of tile confessional could he invaded. The court room became a babble of cries and confusion, so great that it was impossible to go on with the proceedings. The court was therefore declared adjourned for half an hour. When the court reconvened the policeman wa* cross-examined by Harrington, who called the witness a “shadow.'’ The magistrate called upon Harrington to withdraw the expression, lie refused to do so and was ordered to leave the case. Au uproar ensued, O’Brien and Dillon commenting freely upon the manner in which the case was conducted. Finally another half-hour adjournment was ordered. During the adjournment Harrington * client* decided to defend themselves. When the proceedings were resumed Dillon had just begun toad-ilress the bench when acheer was raised for Harrington. This *0 exasperated the magistrate he ordered the court cleared and the proceedings adjourned abruptly amid great confusion. A large body of police was massed outside the court, roootn. There was no rioting. RELIEF FOR IRELAND. Tile London l’re** on Un American Committee's Address. London, Get. ■’>.—Ireland continues to hold the foremost place in the minds of the Englishmen and in the columns of t he English [tress. A few-days ago every one was talking of the Tipperary trials and the brutal conduc t of the police. To-day the address of the American relief committee is in everybody's mouth. The London papers discuss it according to party bias. The Timex devotes to it a thundering editorial in which the appeal i* characterized a* “an electioneering dodge to catch the Irish vote.” The thunderer doe* not try to explain how that vote i- to he divided tip by the member* of the committee according to their varying political affiliation* after it i' caught. It i' admittedly the silliest artic!*- the Tinas has printed for many years. Other tory papers sneer at the appeal from the same standpoint. They eau see nothing but politics in it. The liberal press follow-' the lead of the haily Sen s and rebukes the government for it* shameful neglect of its duty and it- chort* to smother the truth in r* gar,I to tin- condition of Ireland. There wa* a stormy scene in the Limerick corporation yesterday over a resolution to censure th" government for the Tipperary prosecutions. The two or three tories in the council were joined by an equal number of Bishop O'Dwyer’s supporters and a determined effort was made to prevent the passage of the resolution by obstructive tactics. It was carried, however, by a big majority and the crowd of citizens who had been spectators of the scene came very near u*ing violence on the G'Dwyerites as they left the hall. The trials at Tipperary may drag out f*>r ten days more. The evidence consists of the reading of numerous speeches by th*' defendants and others, aud for the M esent proceedings are very dull. I wa* lounging through North Hill park one evening lately, and * am** upon two young ladies earnestly conversing a* they passed slowly along the path. “I tell you,” said the taller one, with considerable emphasis, as I hove within ear-shot, “there is positively nothing between Fred and myself.” “I should judge not,” giggled the shorter one, “from the glimpse I happened to ratch of you two in the parlor last evening. There couldn’t have been anything between you then; if there wait wa* awfully squeezed.” **•* Th*1 melancholy days Ii.iv conn . Th*' SHfhlest of th* *<';i*on. When stovepipes have to he put up Ani men last lose their reason. *** There is a clergyman down in New Jersey who has placed himself on record in a remarkable way. it seems that all had not gone well between himself and Ids congregation. They therefore deposed him, aud it was in his farewell sermon that he distinguished himself, llor*-it is in all its quaint productiveness: “Dearly Beloved:—Our parting doe* not seem hard to me for three reasons: You do not love me, you do not love each other; and the lord does not love \*>u. lf you loved me you would have paid me for my services during th*' past two years; you do not love each other, otherwise I should have more marriage- to celebrate; and, in conclusion, the Lord does not love you, for otherwis#* he would cal! more of you to him, and I should have more funeral services to conduct.” It is authoritatively stated that the minister i* still waiting for the payment of that hack salary. It is with lear and trembling tli.it I give publicity to the following item, which i' vouched for bv aa English religious publication, for the rcn-on that it might prove too suggestive to other •poets.” But a* The Haw k-Eve has no political query column here goe-“An American girl whose verse* wen always declined with thanks, hit upon an ingenious scheme for having them published. Sh*- would *end a line or a verse from one of her poems to the query column of some paper, and a'k from what poem *uch a line came, th** name of the poem and the author. A friend, abo a rhymester, would send the querist's own poem to the paper with th** desired information, and of course it would appear in print. The querist would do th*- same for the friend, and soon un; I between them they had most of their poems printed." I have seen this 'tory somewhere before but will have to give a local clergyman credit for it because he was tie- la't. one whom I heard tell it. He claims to have gotten it from a missionary to Hayti, who witnessed the incident in the streets of I’ort an Brince: An old negro, who wa* vainly endeavoring to drag a balky mule by hi; halter, suddenly stepped up to a do* tor who stood outside Iii* office, and offered him a silver piastre if he could put a little life into his contrary beast. The doctor went into h:* ofli< turned with his medicine case lected a small syringe, tilling morphia, and jabbed the needle animal's side. creature reared upon then, with a tremend-down the r*>ad a? a Two Suspicious G'li.tr*# tern I (iller Arrest A Stranger Taken in I»y a Sioux City Confluence Man General Hawkeye New*#. [Special to The Hawk-Eye.] Brooklyn, Get. 3. A traveling man named Lowrey wa' walking to Malcolm yesterday when he found a car link tied to a rail. Shortly afterwards he in* t a tramp who seemed to he half crazy. JU-brought him to this city where he i' held under suspicion. Some times he admits and then denies that he did it. Another suspicious character ha * been here heating th** hotels for two days. II** uGo wa-arrested.    _ WINGED A TOUGH. The I’rishlent of h Raper Mi!! Engage* in a Shooting Affray. Lyons. Get. 3.—Three brother' named Wallace late iu't night attempted t<> bury a dead home on a lot near the residence of A. A. Carpenter, president of tin-Lyon' Caper (G. Carpenter objected arui the fellow-, showed tight and threatened him. Then, it i< alleged. Carpenter drew a revolver and tired a shot or two to sear** them. They didn't scare, but continued : » advance, and a* one of them has “served time, and neither of them has a very savory record. Carpenter, it i* said. shot and slightly wounded one of them. William Wallace, tile injured [(arty. then -wore out a warrant for Carpenter”' arrest. The ca'** was set for seven o'clock last night, bota continuance was taken until nine a. in. Saturday. The matter may come before the grand jury._ EE WAS A STRANGER. Anil a Sioux City Coufi*lt*ure .Man Took Him Iii. Sioux City, Get. 3. — Yesterday morning Frank Alexander arrived in the city from Haven [tort. He U a stranger in the city. On th** corner of Third anti Nebraska streets he met a man who spoke to him. The men became engaged in-eonversation. The stranger introduced himself to Mr. Alexander as Mr. Murphy, and offered to show th** man from “onion town" about the city. Mr. \:**xander accepted. The tir-t stop wa- made in a liquor joint near by. Murphy would not allow Alexander to pay for the drink*. Several drink* were disposed of: in fact, the man from Davenport became intoxicated. When he “came to Morphy wa* gone. So was Alexander"' watch and '200 diamond ring. Officer' have been notified, but Murphy can not he found. Noonan. I hey -farted to return at 0:30. The night, wa- v*-ry dark and a rain wa* falling. When below Ed't, Dubuque the horses stumbled and fell over an eight-foot embankment. 'I ii** ha* k turned a complete sorner-aul*. Mi** ( arpenter was seated op tin* driver'- scat, and she fell under the hack and ti,*- -harp edge of the foot-board -truck her che-t. and crushed her life out in ■in instant. From i iii A-hi At Wha1 S licer the click of the hammer arid the nu// of the saw i~ heard and tin* burned district is being rapidly rebuilt. What Cheer will ri-e phoenix-like from the a-ho-. The saving* bank ha' ender < r> lion a fine two-story brick building. HxTo. Frank Funk and W. Moore are erecting fine residences, and many nth# r building*! are either in state of erection or corntem-plated. Within a year What < beer will be more than her-* • aga n H r Bk i on a I <><>j Un* i ncnt railroad man of < re-to yf acold -2.000 whmh he race at iii** Council Bl Monday afternoon. I was “worked" into a "sr tween the great -printer, and hi* brother, it i* claim* thousand, lh- thought he over again Monday with th* and win if back, f; brother, -I,oho. He Ii he i- kicking himself -low X TUI \ -1 1; I I: -for a meeting of Iowa dri Sa \ promi-the loser on a foot it;g park rday he ap” rac** t>e-G. D. Hart, d. and lost a would try it -ame racers cr f Du bu* nit* d Sh rh. Hi* •int merit e, wk S i son. and relic scil with nto the A GHASTLY EXPLOSION. ANSWERED DEATH S CALL. An Illustrious Editor Gone to His Rest. Hoise City, Idaho, Oct. 3.—Col. John French, editor of the Boise Sun, died last evening. French was prominently connected with the anti-slavery agitation and was editor of the Herald of Freehand one of the first anti-slavery paper in New England. Ile served nine year as sargent-at arms in the I nited States senate.  ______ Speaker Reed in Connecticut.. New ll ayen. Oct. 3.- Speaker Reed was here to-night on the occasion of tile opening of the Connecticut campaign under the auspices of the Young Men * Republican club. In a speech he referred to the obstructive tactic* of the democratic minority in the house and hi Hosing said : “We are the sixty-hve millions of people, with eriergv, brains and enterprise ready to reach out in every direction. Such people will never again be content to be ruled by a machine does not correctly register its busine Gratifying to AU. The high position attained universal acceptance and approval oft In pleasant liquid fruit remedy Syrup of Fig* as the most excellent laxative kown, illustrate the value of the qualities on which its success is based and are abundantly gratifying to the California Fig Syrup company._____________________ Colonel Davis's Successor. Chicago, Get. 3.-At a meeting of the state republican committee to-day ex-State Senator W. J. Cambell successor to Colonel G national republican that and the f ive Men Horribly Mutilated at Chew;illy. Tennessee. Purdy', Tenn., Get. 3.—Yesterday at Chewally, McNairy county, five men were instantly killed by the explosion of a saw mill boiler belonging to Mr. Gurley. Gurley .* body was torn to shreds. William Johnson’s head was torn from his body and thrown fifty yards away. Walter Pitman and his brother and a -on of Mr. Gurley were horribly mangled. A negro laborer was fatally injured. A Wreck on the Santa Fe. Norma, I. T., Get. 3.—A Kansas City express on Lh*' Santa Fe railway ran into a freight ear which had been moved by the wind from the switch to the main track. Tho train was badly shaken up and the baggage master fatally injured. None of tho passengers were hurt A Steamer Damaged by Fire. New York, Get. 3.—The Clyde line steamer Iroquis, cotton ladened, wa* badly damaged by fire while lying on shore here to-night,. EXCITED INDIANS. and discussion* creasing daily. day evening. The attendance The meeting* clo- s m-Sun- was elected ll. Davis on the ommittee. ,le«ten:uu f, Was. .'un■>iaii(ier fPer ; • “SvhMbb: Recalled. itenant i States >d homo der Win- Jeft'erson Davis' Classmate Dying. „    v    r    Get    3.—General Thomas G Draylon)' agw! vear* the last surviving classmate or jettison navis at West l'olnt, was taken suddenly sick to-night and is dying. Fits, spasms, St. Vitus d^iee, nervousness and hysteria are soon cured jy • Miles’Nervine. Free samples at J. ii Witte’s drug store.  .... Had Her Picture Taken at IOU Lewistown, IIL# 0o,;*3'r'M.r«; * tjl0 ti na Bord nor, who will be lot on tho 26th, had her photograph taken She is in excellent health. Chris- to-day. A Sore Throat or Cough, it    throat    or ri'ss, often results in an 1    ,    ial    Troches' lung trouble. ‘‘Brown s lit give instant relief. The Story of Hie New Messiah Absorbing the Attention of the Cheyenne*. Fort Reno, I. T., Oct. The Choctaw commission will resume negotiations on Saturday with the Cheyennes ami Arapahoes for tile sale of their lands. The Indians at present take little interest in the matter, most of them apparently being greatly excited over the stories told by <mo of their number who has been visiting the Sioux Indians. While there lie had a talk with an alleged Messiah who told him the well-known romance which he has been circulating among the Indians for some time pa*t, of a deluge of mud which is coming next summer to overwhelm all tho white* and had Indians, on top of which all the good Indians wil find a new and fertile land. john Crerar’s Will tube Contested. Chicago, Get. 3.—The Daily N< if* this afternoon says the will of the late John Crerar, which disposed of an estate of about $3,000,000, much of it being bequeathed to charitable and religious institutions in this city, is to be contested and the proceedings will soon he commenced in what will probably be one of lite most celebrated cases of its kind on record.    -    ,    ... The principal feature of the will wa the bequest of nearly two millions ti found a great public library in < hieago The contest has been inaugurated by distant relatives on Crear s father s side. The grounds on which it is proposed to invalidate the library bequest are the same as those on which tile bequest for the library in New York in the will o Samuel J. Tilden was invalidated, viz That a bequest first cannot he legal y made to anything which does not exist. Results of the Ta rill Dill. New York, Oct. 3.—Dispatches from several points along the border in Canada tell of a great rush to ship into the United States all barley, peas, egg*, etc., possible, before the M<• Finley hill goes. into effect.. They have stopped buying anything more in the lines affected by the tariff for the United States market and at several points this has caused an almost complete stagnation in barley, eggs, apples, etc. The majority of 111 is season’s production will get to market under the old tariff._______ A Chicago Faper Company in Trouble. PoNTiAi. IIL. Oct. 3.—Oliver D. Steele, in a bill filed in the superior court ask* for tho dissolution of the Chicago Caper Manufacturing company aud appointment of a receiver, charging President Smith with having fraudently issued biplicate stock certificates and placed sixteen hundred of such shares upon tho market. This company should not hi confounded with the Chicago I’aper company.  _ The Iron ami Steel Workers. New York, Oct. 3.—At to-day's meet ing of the British Iron and Steel in*ti tuto there were few people present After the reading of a number of paper the convention adjourned. Parties of delegates visited tile iron works. Edison Laboratorn and other places of Mkt nature.________ Illinois Inter-CollegiateContest. Bloomington, IIL, Get. 3.—In the tate inter-collegiate contest in Oratory to-night, IL S. Magill, dr., of the Illinois Wesleyan eollege, won the honors. T. T. Kipper, of Knox college, second, and J. Frear, of Blackburn University, Carlinville, thiriL_ Thought Ile Was a Pugilist. Denver, Oct. 3.—Jim Doyle, a Union Pacific brakeman from Montana, who claims to he a pugilist, fought here today with Billy Woods, tho champion of Colorado, for a purse of $500. Woods knocked him senseless in the fourth round. Ramrott’s Ninetieth Dirt inlay. Newport. IL I., Get.. 3.—Hon. Geo. Bancroft, the venerable historian, quietly passed his both birthday at hi* residence on the cliff, where he/eceived scores of congratulatory telegrams and letters and many calls. Nervous debility, poor memory, diffidence, sexual weakness, pimples, cured by Dr. Miles’ Norvide. Samples free at J. II. Witte’s drug store. New Orleans Grocers Assign. New Orleans, La., Get. 3.—Mandeville anil Wilson, grocers, have assigned for the benefit of their creditor*. The assets are $56,000; liabilities, $155,000. Th. GENERAL FOREIGN NEWS Hearing Sl,«\ iu-M< Aulitle the Case. London, Get. 3.—The hearing in the ase of Slavin and Me An I ill'**, charged with assaulting each oilier and committing a breach of the peace, took {dace today in the Lambeth police court. Counter the crown said that, if the contest between the two nu u wa* declared unlawful by the court, person* who arranged and abetted the light would be prosecuted. After hearing evidence the ■our! announced that it would reserve it* leeision for a week. A Die Strike Threatened. London, Get. 3.—Tho directors of the London <Gi' Light and Coke company today emphatically declined to accede to the demand made by the National Ga* Work* union that only union men be rn ployed in the works. The stokers threaten to strike in consequence of this refusal. The number of men involved is six times larger than the number engaged in any previous strike. The company i* making preparations to conduct their business despite any action the men may take. Long sheds have been erected within the works for living quarters for non-unionists anp hundreds of lied* have been provided for their use. The authorities too have taken energetic measures to suppress any disorder. The Cholera Scourge. London. <>et.    3.—It i* den*ed at Lioyds that the cholera appeared at Adem. Nothwithstanding the denial a quarantine has been established at the French and Algerian port*. Forty cases were reported in Aleppo Wednesday, twenty-eight of which proved fatal. The inhabitants of the place are leaving. Madrid, Get. :t.—Cholera ha* reappeared in Toledo. Four eases, one fatal. have been reported at derez. Si Akim, Get. 3.—Great discontent continue* here owing to the stringent precautionary measures taken by the government against the cholera. Trade is completely paralyzed. Hundreds of natives in tile interior are dying of starvation. The New Fortugnese Cabinet. Li'i’.ox, Get. ’..—The new cabinet i*: Senhor Ferra*. premier and foreign at-fairs; Count Ribciro, interior; Brandoa, justice: Carvalo, finance; Count San Jannaris, marine; General Sousa, war: Dr. Bocage, public works atli! education. The astonished iii* hind legs, and ohs bray, starts breakneck speed. The old darkey iookf tor, and then at th*1 < “Say. boos,” he suddenly "how much was dat -'iff vv put in dat mule?” "Oh, about ten c#*nt.s." h swered the doctor. “Well, 1)0**, yi)' kin jb cents wwf right into me. cash. F*e ir*>t to ketch da TAME WOLVES SLAUGHTERED. \ Number el sport* ut Onk;iliio*a iii a Shocking 8port. Oskaloosa, Get. 3.—The other nay about seventy-fivt' men and boy-gat n**r#*d at tile fair ground to participate in a wolf hunt. When the crowd got there they witnessed the brutal sight of three half grown tame wolve- torn to pieces by about forty dogs. The wolves had beer, rai-ell from whelps by hand and kept ii. kennel', *0 that they did not know how to run and were a* tame a* cat*. They each ran down tie* track about a h mdred yard*, with the dogs snapping and tearing them. and then gave it up to \>a torn to pieces. Those who saw it are unanimous in pronouncing it shocking. Th#* man who got it up realize.! about "200 on the affair. _ VETERANS IN CAMP. to be lie!d at O 23, has been i"i.* Cont ta, treasurer 1 Barnhart. O' Linn * .Snick, of Scott, called to consider adopting a uniform the several account-urer*’ offices of the simplifying the wor to discus* 'iicii ot prop#‘rly come D**f• *r .Ii DGE SHIR V' I i- definitely -ett B. Smith ( from the I circuit ben by the app I ndepedern Senator A circuit I* made 1 sion of the Non circuit will pro! fore th#- passage ie fore congr* '*. tn t judge i* per annum. Soldiers' Twenty-thii her of about day'” annua day. The el* follow':    Bn president, W. Walker, arid 1 in jovahl* ain Hu A re si hank* enerou nai n* a. Rkmhmih annual reu cavalry at Vance wa* ford. Ii* ut#* g# r. major: master: Georg*-and Clem Sumo S. VV. Summer* during the war were made hon survivor* wi re cemetery in tie graves of T. J and other decoa menu Th#* ne: De* Moim*' cuing 01 Hart’.* >'t again, and now 2,000 worth. to Mil.!. — A call ' county treasur'd ar Rapid-. October •d, * I g ued by J. II. if Cedar county; J. o .iity. and Henry C, The convention is ti;*- advisability of -y- r bi place w: >s Col. J* is a per'Or l'h* ereatii ■ keeping nty trca— a view to dices, and ■' a' may rn lion. ■ I KI*. — It .I fige O. elevated court to be filled Lake of I friend of 1 of a new Le ad mf S' ar,-s. The e'tat enera iary i Tease ohed bc- now di>- t. > d I. t WI re) wa Lu Ired ' at OU IL I re-a. ~i n: An Cap i ng. ing his , the re to low M. e re and ani of ( rer. D. ■jition fife \V* d< i M • of the e num* a two Thur*-il ted as VICO clary. J. S. M‘ Quiston. I' given by •'day evented extend-Dodge for ort- to have tan removed AD •VO Frat I .eo L. one!; M. N ye, . son WL > w a; the owl H. De- Tin- th Re SWI u .arteria. Will • late Col. regiment 8 Onick Ninety ■tit to tile de* orated * .turners, the regi lt r*t at tile dot-ippoaring mule, ‘xclainmed. irf von :!st ghiug! an im* twenty Heah am de ar mille.” Wit am] 111) hi<> 1 •How pleasant it is to se*' wife of one mind.” I There's the Robinson*. : Sin* thinks then 's nob."I like Robinson, and in- think “Yes; lie proposed in t style, lie began. ‘On my b let me swear,’ and so on ever talk that way now ?' just swears without asking .'hand and is indeed. example, the world O. too.” romantic ■nd Nineteenth Iowa Infantry l’:«*»*ant. [Special to The Hawk-K> Mr. Pleasant, Get. -.—I teenth Iowa infantry began it' nual reunion in this city We M> Borland post. G. A. IL. gave rn-*nt an informal reception on evening. The comrade* arriver! the city wa* a mg at lea't IT* light rain • interfered Deiiuioii it Mt. KILL! day nigh a citizen h W Ll ie numbers and them, there bf present. The night 'lightly enjoyment hut disposed to ah ie Nine-ninth an-■d nest! ay. the regi- Tuc'dav in great ive with or 200 f Wednesday Witt: perfect Frat Of nj dyin fact polit hut reac I*. W rn w; tdi Ti. .rn *e stat Mr. bed h d Dr Tin OI in ke to put dot • veil Mr. and upper.” Mr*. Put dot cup Vt an Dh<I on Duttons. Get. 13.—The McKinley d knee* “Does he No. Ile rmission.” “It would be no u-e allowing women the privilege to vote.” says Bob Inger-soll. “They wouldn't give away the fact that they were over twenty-one to 'av»-the country from an oligarchy.” After th*' Sunday " boo! picnic--Fir'! Deacon—“There are nearly a hundred sandwiches left over. What shall we do with them?” Second Deacon—“Store them away ii; the vestry. They'll do for next year." Miss Cohen — "I don't ii cracked cup on der tabl Mr'. Levi va' here to : Cohen—“Vol foolishness! on mid let der Levis break it charge it up to dem." Jack—“You are my wife and yet you won't confide in nu . Ask some proof of my devotion.” Glady*—“Well, then, tell me .lack. doe* that young Mr'. Flashleigh wear real diamond garter buckles, a* they say?' A trifle hard Sergeant a; the morning parade):    “Recruit    Meyer, the next time you appear to me in my dream in such a disagreeable way a* you did la't night FII give you three day' in the loek-up!"—Fliegende Blatter. Patrick (just recovering from til** effects ol ether in the hospital)- "<>h, where ain I ” Where am I ? Dr. Saw bones (with a wink)—“In Heaven." Patrick (looking around! "Then Id like to know phwat you’re doing here. “Your claim can't be allowed,'’ 'aid the agent. “I'd like to know why not. " “Your can't, get a pension because your substitute lost hi* leg." “Well, it's an outrage, when so many person* are getting a pension for nothing at all." Papa (soberly) — “That wa* quit** a monstrosity you had in the parlor one evening.” Grace (nettled) — “‘Indeed! that must depend on one’s understanding of the term * monstrosity.'" Tapa tthoughtfully)—"Well. two head' upon on** [lair of shoulders, for example.” 1 ti an h ap} ardor. Wed 1 addressed th* words of welt to by Judge Deadwood, elicited mu speeches fi were held ; McFarland ment in th** f Grove. Arkansas. The ex appropriate and interesting. left side some w h; an old e engaged There are d Nome be ex 1 track and wa others that ii off. whilst til max* have be* T d hi* iii •ti' rg at. the veterans were not >w that to dampen their 'day forenoon W I. I ta bb visitor* in appropriate nine. IU* was responded Granville G. Bennett, of loquent speech which I in'**. Numerous short I Rowed. Memorial exercise* I Mr. Ca • the tomb of Colonel 'samuel j publishe* yesterday, who 1***1 til** r**gi- J copied ir r* e charge at Prairie the fermi 'hat I ier* an theori w a* vt by a I the Fe K * w VLO eria I. nth* Moi:ii* K< I ill til , this is- ; gen* arns, nd by tad in ii and if the the ailed, I netor r the • was I w as d was ■ •- Lostness. •S - ingested, uikitig on the passing train: rain and fell 'ion-, ’bar he Mr. >11.Th. sterday. and ng tile other HL -I * * were KmiiR l’r**«lit*»rs Meet. [sew;,*, lo Tm Hawk-Eye.) Durn quE, la.. Get. A bankers' syndicate representing "257,OOO in claims against the defunct Commercia! National bank of Dubuque met here to-day to decide whether to prosecute the suit against responsible director* or to compro-at seventy cent*. No decision was in urn nncr. th** nii*' rem by I crim lied. The meeting was perpetrated he recent withdrawal of several bank liters from the syndicate. ~hi iv ll OgN ll ail Cholera . Get. 3.—A prom Til* 0, Ii Adair farmer living is Nebraska some w > 1 a to his farm at that '<>U ■ M I N I wealthy went to brought carload* ot hogs. Nom** time riving at home he sold them auction -ale. Some ct 01 r M or* bo .gilt of them., nearly a1! have died with a disease situ incnt and ar Stuart ago and place two atter ar-at public Hilo farmer which ilar to the suit* have been cation I* likely London, Get. 13.—The McKinley Dill is likely to destroy the Birmingham button trade. Many orders have been cancelled and tin* employes in most of tin* button works are put on short time. Mi. Mint Mrs. Stanley at Oaten*!. Brussels, Get. 3.—Mr. and Mrs. Henry M. Stanley arrived at Gstcnd today. They were received by King Leopold. st. 1’etertiburg Flooded. St. Pit ersrurg, Get. 3.—The Neva hit* ri"(*n seven feet, owing to a hurricane. The citv i* Hooded. I ive Vessels Founder in a Storm. London. Get. 3.—A terrific gale vailed in the North sea yesterday, vessels foundered during the storm. pre- Kive One Thousand Men Strike. Lontion, Oct. 3.—Gne thousand men at Armstrong’s ship yard struck as a protest against the employment of stranger* to replace tho joiners of the strike. Ilcechain’s Pills cure SIck-Headache. New Reel Sujjwe Factory. Grand Isl,and, Neb., Oct. 3.—Tim Oxnard Beet Sugar company commenced operations lier** yesterday arid in twenty-four hours they have manufactured over three hundred barrels of refined sugar ready for market. Owing to the severe drouth in this section the crop will not he sufficient for more than a ninety day Dentil of A. slmlt/. [Special to The HawK-Eye.1 Carthage, 111., Ort. —A. C. Shultz. ;i highly respected and prominent bii'i-nt'ss man of this city died at lo: to a. rn. to-day. Ile was about forty years old, and was an honored member of a number of secret societies here*, lie is a brother of C. M. Shultz, editor - f the St. Joseph Daily Sea They nre Legion. Sarsaparillas and oilier advertised blood medicines are numerous, but the only (unpossessed of such superior curative properties as to warrant its manufacturers in selling it, as they are doing, through druggi-ts. under a positive guarantee, is Dr. I’b-ree s Golden Medical Discovery. It it don't bi rn tit or curt you get the money l ark which von pay for it. It is recommended to run all oh rot! ic liver. Moist and lung discuses, as biliousness, skin and scalp discases, scrofulous sores aud swellings, salt rheum, fetter, cr)sipe!as and even scrofula et the lungs or consumption , if taken in time. _ The president appointed J. B. Turner, of Indiana, usher at tin* White llou-e: ria* E. W. White, of indiana, resigned. What Does It Mean? •• It*) Doses One Dollar ' means simply that Hoods Sarsaparilla is tLe- most economical medicine to buy, because it gives more for the money than any other preparation. Each bott Ie contains Itll doses and will average to last a month, while other pn paratinns taken according to directions, are gone in a week. Therefore, ta* sure to get Hood s Sarsaparilla, the best blood purifier. hog cholera. Numerous brought and extensive ii to follow. Atter KegclMr Army Recruit-. Pi bi i.dT . Get. 3.—Lieutenant Arra-*mith, of tin* Second Knifed States infantry. ar j ived here yesterday for the purpose of opening a recruiting office for enlistments in his regiment. Rilled by Fleet rid Cars. < *u ny ii, Bt .UFER. Get. —Pleasant Doty, a boy twelve years old was run over by an electric motor train and killed about noon today. His parents reside in litis city. Doles Goes to Keokuk. (Special to The Hawk-Eye.) PE" Moi NT < let. ?. —Governor Boies went to Keokuk to-night to take part n the democratic rally. HAWKEYE GLANCES. gutter!! “Tha enabled as well home * mater a list.” This has unfortunate If Mr. Cab!-means by raw something of manufacturer meaning. Fe railroad man. struetion and 1 ferial for him entered into hi* rail* being bet e road. ar** to ii in material. But inc mill is no for with him * product, and i fo TIU ‘re >w tha Mi t! i**'tter tarket* to the it raw-free hut •an ■ would material what ic the tern r instant , intern: •an Mr ut.d. anything, what he. lid 1, now To each different aide is a in tie ir ron-Raw ma-material that Steel lied rail-tan. raw the roll-tinition, nnished el ingots raw material, or he may. if he buys iron pigs and passe* them through ail the processes that finally make the steel rat!, consider pig' raw material. But the owner of tie- .mace, who has made the latntenam would he misled product ■essary to his ti ni" rn. a* a railroad ti t th*- proprietor O' plea****! with tills d* Teel rails are a may consider sic the urnaee. pigs from the ore. wow ther at least, ami iii' -material, while tin* tit the ore from tit#* groti apparently u*t ■ .vm is raw only when it ground, ami t hat a * *0* been expended on it. raw. and it is to that product. Would Mr ('aim-*' rail i' raw materia importation or at -r progress of tin' rail fr» finished railroad is th* tween raw materia duct? To the tailor, loth - a raw material. To th»* maker of the cloth wool is raw material. To tlie farmer the sheep and iii** farm are raw material and the wool d go Hue 'top Sartha! ore is raw tot. who has dug nd. will make the that th** material is v i ■ g in tii#> is .i' any labor has it ceases to he extent a finished •say that the steel and ask for it' free '! a hilt point in the from til** min*1 ro tile dividing line beam! finished pro- a nance county. The Dan* i or Di x t it. —At at Richard Jones' in Appanoose Charles Boston wa* shut and killed by Sherman .Ione*. Boston w a - drunk and trying to cut Jones. It was tho dance of death. S1 RU* k Com..—C. [). King whose farm lays one mile northeast of Ottumwa, ini' struck a four-foot vein ala depth of of fifty-six feet. It i- -aid to be the be-t of coal. Mr. King expects to -ink a shaft *oon. A $<** 1 ETY Wedding A society wedding occurred at Boon Thursday evening. Miss Kale Champlin, daughter of Frank Champlin, til** president of th*' City bank, was married to C. ii. Richmond. Jr.. -on of the Ann Arbor hanker and world * fair commissioner of the same. Gorki* t*» Death—Taeob Elliott, a prominent farmer and stoek-raiser who lived eight miles northwest of Brooklyn, was gored to death by a Du 11 Thursday. Failing to come to dinner hi- instituted a search and found his remains in a pasture in a bruised condition. He was about fifty years <>1*1. Crushed dy \ Hack. — Delia Carpenter, a disreputable woman, wa* crushed to death at Dubuque Wednesday night by an overturned hack. Four girls went to Galena in a hack driven by Frank iii- finished prod it tariff on elothin cloth. Th** wool* fr* e trade in wool and the wool grower goes hack another step ami wants a tariff on woo!. It t* useless to multiply instances. •t. The tailor wants a and fr*** trade on manufacturer wants aud a tariff on cloth, W hat i* wanted of Mr. Cab gat), the . ( ryas: 1- to D I he means by raw material, will have -nine id* 1 of wha1 the free ] st md he r ii is Orosi what then we wants on Don't Ile Without Heat. This is til*' season of the > one cati easily take ccid bv your room or office without ii*' call a- tile B and select a ga-lie bought for operated at aim nary fuel. ar when ming in t. Just Ting TOV*' t fev it th on f .as Co.'* office I Lese stoves can dollars and can he ■ same cost a* ordi- M(Aftonri Slate I'rohiintloiu-tn. Kansas ( 11 y . Get ; —Th** MaD1 prohibition convention no t yesterday and nominated the following ticket: intendent of public instruction. Hughes, of Richmond, judge of pronto court. IL R Robinson; commissioner. W. I Ct ic Ii. of ton. Miper-Jno. C tile sura) I way Car roll - For beauty, for comfort, of Hie complexion, use oui j there is nothing equal to it. tor improvement I‘i>z/. *in's Powder; ;