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Burlington Hawk Eye (Newspaper) - October 8, 1890, Burlington, Iowa THE BURLINGTON HAWK-EYE. j(f Un [ESTABLISHED = JUNE, 1839.) Presidential Party Royally Received in Indiana. \ (-curded Tliein Al! Aion; • »_-Tlie Stop at Terre Haute “IdlXtnviHP- Illinois A Proml 811 for the President. Day Ort. —The president Cincinnati this morning half-past seven. There i* ail the small stations be- oin>'t!;.. -ired ^ re.rl TpLn reached Cincinnati and at ir? there was a life and drum corps, Strain made no stops, except at I whore the pr< 'idem stood on ' itform for a few minutes and r d,0 the familiar strains of “Hail car [the Chief- _ ,president > [the station here L-d a n urn ber Breakfast was served in while the train was The president roof visitor^before break in them his nephew. Archibald 7.—Gotland Con-•lohn C. Newr don car. .anion mi of Cincinnati. iS-BENrEifi Ko, Ind Get. if ll Grosvenor, of Ohio, General to Lot d ike president - party at i lncm-e The local committee from Law-*. f(T wa- in waiting there to act as £f.%= the presidential party. The •dent’'car was attached to a special 51 omposed of an engine and eotnbi-’    0: v one stop was made be- Cincmnati and Lawrenceburg, •ran slowed up for a minute at J, Bend in sisrht of the tomb of \Yil-llenry Harrison and the house -rethe president was born. [it Iavrrenceburga large crowd was in bd'' The president addressed the • d from the rear platform. Iobtii Yeknon. Iud.. Oct. 7. Be-' Lawrenceburg and North \ croon »<tular stop wa> made. There were rowds at Aurora, Milan, Osgood [otherstations-, and the train slowed for a nm at ' ach of these places . j j pres lei an opportunity to 8a    f the greeting. TRI? OF UNALLOYED PLEASURE. Micilirent Reception Accorded Hie bident ut Terre Haute and Danville. ipAv,iile,Ills., 0 t. —The president I vestern trip a hod cf unalloyed pl. as' re. No official J... my character is allowed to ...    .    .    programme    of trip Ejiig adhered to in every detail. That sbrief period cf r* lavation is proving ficial to the pre-dont is evident by hn-rf i! demeanor and general manila will a: he nears up under what dd ordinarily U a tire ome trip. The Ben1!:' web line which the citizens of bnative 'tate tend red at every stop in iana wa' part iarly pleasing to the eritable surprise ti of Sullivan this of the population md assembled and f the chief oxeeu-was fiirced ti» yield nand and made a brief he people heartily forBURLINGTON, IOWA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER s. 1890- (PRICE: V:> CENTS PER WEEK we can give you should make it so inconvenient for you to have assembl., ti to greet us. Vet, though the dh"ro shuts out your faces. darkness achowi.Ugo "iiii m<»st heanfelUgratitude the enthusiastic greeting, of tills argo asse na lily. ltlsqi.ite worth while, I think for those who are charged with great public affairs now and    -real • j r    i    —    then to turn aside from the routine of otiicial duties to look into the faces of the people U is we I enough that all public officers should be reminded that under our republican institutions the repository of ill power, the originator of all policy,'is the people of the I iii ted States. ' I Great applause | I have had the pleasure of visiting this rich and prosperous section of your great state before, and am glad to notice that if the last year has not yielded an average return to your farms, that already the promise of the coming year is seen in your well-tiled lands I Great applause. | At 7:45 the train readied Urbana where another multitude clamored for a sight at the president. Ile declined to talk, however, and introduced Secretary Tracy, who was received with applause At Champaign the citizens were attended by the students of the University ol Illinois, who received the president with their college cheer several pealed. My good friends. 'aid the president. it is very evident there is a largo representation here of Greek ceieties. I thank yon for greeting. We are on our to Galesburg, to unite4 with my old rades-in-arms in a reunion. I have expected at any intermediate the journey to make any addresses, but cannot fail to thank these4 young gentlc-men from the University of Illinois fur the interest their presence gives this meeting. Your professors no doubt give you all needed admonition and advice and yon will. I am sure, thank me for not adding to your burdens. Good nitrite | Cheers. ] After leaving Champaign the train made no stops until Bloomington was reached, at 9:1.3. mo,ooo claims in this office which cm he properly a lowed uml-r th,- provision^ tho reg,,Int,ons approved September in, BURLINGTON'S POPULATION. She Ha, a .-.aas    I    ..crc*..,,,, .5.01H—Other Iowa Figures. Washington, Oct. 7.—The census bureau makes the following announcement of populations of Iowa cities: Burlington 22,528, increase 3 o~s-cent. I AKL Clinton 15,020, increase 1,577; per cen 50.50. Davenport 25,10 cent. 15.25. Ft. Madison cent. 68.07. Iowa City : cent. 20.90. Keokuk I 1,075. 10.10. THE IRISH PARTY UNITED. No Split in the Ranks of the Home Rulers. per Ti outlie Feared at Clonmel— British Invader iii Mantionaland—The Cholera Victims—A Dying King -General Foreign News increase 5,350: per 7.90s, increase boys, decrease per 105: times re- 80-t hiss way oin-n ot point on increase 1,95 increase 1,696; increase* lucre, per : per cent per cent. ,137 per 1,902: per Lyons .i, 41.42. Muscatine 11,432. cent. 57.22. Ottumwa 15,990, cent. 55.44. Population of 900,720, increase The following announced: Sr. Paul, Minnesott 91,085; per cent. 22.7. Population of West Virginia, increase 141,091; percent. 22.00. Population of Ohio, 3,060,710. im-reas* 170,057; per cent. 14.05. the State of Iowa 1,-282, 111; per cent. 17.30. populptions were also 1,150. increase 700, I I* GALESBURG GETS GAY. Kid'' bet a' [WUK- (the beer ive. I the | it. It was a the little* tov. in, nearly half mnty was foil I for a sight o he president ocular eh thank reception. B illicit.. thirty in It i thirty-two jThc principal ov pee:' lei ted sa;- ml led O' - I wee i Vin • fa4 distance un lites. ut of the ■ennes and lest run of icing COV IL':; ’:.(* ;>•' ch>'d it v ie bio .-and- as fui of cl Ma vc day was the* rue. A stand had •‘•n thousand [>«-o-t the party. The ms heralded by the ne and factory in i>e was deafening. 'tarid wa- finally ten minutes before* ■ring people could Daniels welcomed ■ A UK •keel Sin* Der Sts in Holiday Att ire for the President To-Day. ut UG, 111.. Oct. 7.—Galesburg is in holiday attire* to-day. Flags tloat from every roof and many-colored bunting adorns every building, lithograph- of the president and general' of the war hang in every window, and the Grand Army badge predominates. This morning's early trains brought iii hundred'of visitor- and every train swells the number. Every preparation possible has been made for the entertainment of the visitors. One hundred large* tents have been pitched on the beautiful courthouse square and extra beds have been placed in ail hotels. The president and his old brigade will arrive he*™ to-morrow morning at ten o’clock by the Peoria express. They will be* met by a delegation of the leading citizens and the president will review the grand parade, which tekes place at half-past two in the afternoon. (>ve*r live thousand are expected to take part in the parade. The Knox college* cadets will act as the* president's escort. I ti the afternoon the president will address hi' old comrades after qh*4 ptrade and will also lay the* corner stone of the new Knox Aluini Hall. In tho evening a grand reception and banquet. will be tendered the president. The president is also expected to take part in the Phi Delta Theta banquet tendered him by the college boys, and of which society he was a member when in college. Full arrangement' have been made and alice Union, will give addresses. To-day j an all-day prayer meeting was held, con- j ducted by Mrs. Fannie Hathaway, state evangelist, in the* missionary parlors. SPORTING NEWS. Sad ■id* the FPr im ti ODC S. > Hoi l:. .* Juch ■ p fell as the kndod. T me Fscniii fr fe* city i-1 nd tho pc lim glad to ' ndustric Bbl ■ your Ides ■ iiose (KT ' rd r- ii Ii' It? '    t:. • T * Haute. rre ai Hunt ' and wa lt p.- that I ’hi' J, L fi le o'; - -r. a t ad ecu pQUin go od ti lilt a city. We of pub lie poi fcpreser- ti ie uni1 pin try and the lie k a- we art - give had the®. We ; I the a perter bt tha’ in I' eve; po ar- un pal fa*--:It ties an y aud introduced ie president, in eery heartily a pilfering and welcome animated faces, a-ie* mayor, had extras always been * was glad to know ngdegree prosper- ti't.ted and happy. he said, that the have been estab-•e to-day busy pro-iroducts, and that ••I at remunerative • approached your t an idle4 wheel in very pleasant let cir tv i.s- generally ev< rv attention po the chief executive. Although the presen Harrison alone* is a 'tit! an immense attendan* Sherman, Governor iblo will be' shown lice i Eof lan ho Hi I h at ll! de* amb Ping man. hffiiK'cdeo tO Che litta :: ti;**':. IU' See thai I bring it ted for tho Gives pl.',-:; i one* win I tile na toed e..... ' revered and I “We Haute b Pe wider love' of -t Nd’ Hie1 ard u to you ( if New Yo [Cheers. | Seoretarv Ira y P Wed with th been boa ii ti I WG gh IIl(; resea re agric:;! Hopefulness, te'nd to bring and Croaking never r widely on our . ut I trust every ihe* flag which cd power of our ’crests of t he peo-sf'o and under-1 the enjoyment 'tem e>f govern-n de*vised by man. restraints: indi-• ritic' have wider r laud. Here is a over the' head of ustrious, aspiring social conditions, ce of President le ient reason for ■e. yet General Ilovey, General Black, Colonel Distill and many other dis!inguished men ar*- expected to be present. If the weather is pleasant it is believed that fully seventy-ti vc thousand people will be in Galesburg to-morrov . General I*. S. Post will deliver the address of Welcome to-morrow. Spec he-will be made to-day by leading Grand Army    men    and    a    camp lire* will take place    to-night,    but.    to-morrow will be the gala day of the reunion. The Hennepin Chum I. Washington, Get. 7. — There will probably not be* much delay in commencing work on the Hennepin Cana! under the* $500,000 appropriation made for the purpose in the recent river and harbor act, unless there should be some unforseen obstacles in the way of procuring titles to th** necessary lands, .lust at present the* war department is waiting for a report from Cape Marshall giving a detailed project of the most desirable work to be* done under the amount that has been made* available. This is expected daily at the war department and will doubtless b<* approved without delay, as it i' the desire of the department to have this work well underway by the time the next river and harbor bill is prepared, when a larger amount will leashed for. Atter it has been decided how tim present funds shall be spent the* next step taken will ne to acquire the legal titles to such lands as may be necessary. This will be* accomplished through (’apt. Marshall and tin* I Tilted States district attorney for northers Illinois, and finally through the department of justice Imre 'The bulk, lf not. all, of the work is to bo done by contract. It is expected that all the preliminaries in the way of acquiring titles, advertising ane! making contracts will be* arranged ii time to begin the' actual work of construction during the present year. Re pit I iii cit us Con Ii de ii t. Washington. <>ct. 7.—At the republi-e an congressional campaign quarters here* the* claim is made that 109 congressional districts will certainly go republican. Twenty others have been classed as probably republican, while thirty-three, now represented by republicans, are ad-mitted to be doubtful. All told these make 162 districts, live* short of a majority of the* next house. But the* republicans say there* are* twenty-four democratic districts which, with work and money, they feel confident of carrying. At least they can carry enough of them to give Hmm a safe working majority provided they hold all their ow n districts, probable as well as doubtful. At the very worst tlmy will concede it possible4 for the democrats to get no more than a majority of ten in the next house. New National Hankie. Washington. Oct. 7.—The following national banks are4 authorized to commence business: National Batik of Sioux City, Sioux City. Iowa, capital stock >U-ooo.ooo: First National Bank of Vienna, Vienna, Illinois, capital *50,not); Columbia National Bank, Lincoln. Nebraska, capital "750,000. TEE WORLD'S FAIR. Director General George K. Davis I* an A<!«lre>H to the Public Press. UNCLE’SAM S PENSIONERS. tril lion'. Let us h i hi ' institutions ane! I ’heir hest development. fur a- your influence pass they are cones a I got i. j Applausee|. • bring to your eity a su* -essor as the head rtmeni. of that distin-1' (liana, who is cspe-ed by all the people s also embraced in citizens of Indiana, Thompson. Let mc notal Ilen amin I , secretary of the More Than Hail a Million Who Are Front the Pension Korean. Washington, Oct. 7.—The annual report of Commissioner Greet: B. linum "f the pension bureau shows that there were at the end of the* last fiscal year 537,944 pensioners borne upon the roll-and classified as follows:    Army    invalid pensioners. 397,*09: army widows, minor children, and dependent relatives, 104.-456; navy invalid pensioner'. 5,271: navy widows, minor e'hildre'n and dependent relatives 2,460: survivors of the war of W2, 113; widows of soldiers of the war of 1812,    610: survivors of the Mexican war. 17,158: widows of soldiers )f the Mexican war. 6,764. Total, 537,944. There were 66.637 original claims allowed during the year, being 4,716 more* original claims than we*re allowed during the fiscal year 18*9, and 6,38.» more than were allowed during the* fiscal year I""*. Tho amount of the* first payments in these G6,6)37 original case*' amounted to *32,478,041, being $11,036,492 more than the first payments on the original claims allowed (luring the* fiscal *10,179,225 more than meets on the original during the fiscal year were 20,Ohs pensioner I Clin Ane*. Oct. 7 —The following wa* j issued to-night. Paid To the I'uhlic frrss ut tht (Tiffed Stilts The undersigned has been elected to brief been The ana pr : and ira! co: 0S(*nt: great nm rn to peo Mitre Ie Vir ile year the* I claim- I s'U close of the fiscal year who we to receive *4.357,317, which been paid from the appropriation pension trceted personal . d (Appl Sc- hand a,.,] ■red him I? o.'le'i ( sui iv which led and I ''ion. Suffice it. to say point we all agreed that "ever the government may bo '*i"‘I• ’ should be administered -bjpulous honest |iitvtha- * J wa "conies a of people. address bus far scenery e country vidence of at prospers y to in I tv; but more need, I have been re-'bushi-in with which Indiana have every-thc president and friendship they have ause. J the same qtiali-heart that have so en-" you will cause him to be j.    nu‘d    by a l the people of the 11 • Un this occasion it would be tin's • lie* questions of policy Tar a • P°LHeal parties of the * ar.ieioG and I -hall not enter into ■ *uch d:>ei 41 uPon one who® Kin' Wl S. .  ----- IL, with the* largest and with the dig-NHioijs    11    nation    of sixty-four I Co/ pef snpa,.kiaR 1,r,)SVen°r, of Ohio, in a of h,1;,;?,'11 fongra. tai lated the farmers 11 DW their appearance of terr,Le had ex potted from ,Uii10ns ’bade to find them pallid-Utter- L ,1',ov'Tty-'trifken, mortgage-*ho® th *nvtoa<i of a class upon U ’* gods of agriculture semmed to I j. il!Ptr. %    "'-side-rabic exertion for Shrm/gL [ ?0 again reach the train »Ksibii*rsur?ir»ft crowd. As soon a' I    journey    was    resumed. i At Danviiii;VTin-AN-V1I ,r'K-roar of > I * ne ii s this evening the tD®e trM?!ln011 '"'‘tided "I; IT'"" hanvi]®'jNi'l,'A' ^ •• <)r*- ~*—When the* People \\oI IV1 v'as r,'ached thousands of ®4i. f,„.' '""nd assembled. Congress- and st pay-allowed is**. There unpaid at the e entitled lias si nee 'or fur the fiscal year 1*91. Commissioner Raum, among other details. shows the- following fact' in hi' report-    ,    , ••A' a result of changes in the business methods of the office more work has been accomplished in a given time* than was ever performed before. On October 21. 1**9, when I took charge of the office, the work of adjudicating claims and issuing certificates had during the period from July 1.1889, fa.leu far behind the same period for the previous fiscal year; while from octobe r 2«», I" " to J tine 30, I *90 I here was an increase in the adjudication of claims^ and : lie issuing of certificates great. ame period of the proce real amount of work by distributing the cd the board of re-and calling from the field, to the force of cia dili- the position of director get.era’ of the-world's fair, to be held in Chicago in Is'.eq, by the- joint action of the national commissioners and the board of din*e tors. In accepting this important position, he ace opts all its responsibilities and trusts with the* aid of the press of the country. this great international exhibition may prove to be such a succe-s' a' will be creditable to the American natioi . By an ae-tof congress it. is provide-d that the building' for the world's fair shall be dedicate*d on the* 12th of October, 1*92. and the- exhibition be open to visitors on the first day of May, 1893, and close not later than the 50th of October thereafter. Thus we have two years in which to arrange the grounds and erect the* buildings, and seven months additional in which to receive and d!ace the exhibits. So far as this country is undersigned feels statement that tion of agricultural will be in every res Lon im >n, Oct. 7.—The London tory I tapers this morning profess to see* in the absense of Mr. Parnell from the* Iri'h nationalists conference yesterday evidence of a wide difference of opinion that threatens a >plit in the party. The wish is father to the thought. The* Irish party was never more united and the resolutions and speeches ut yesterday’s meeting show unabated confidence in Darnell s leadership. His absence was due to the state of his health and to his settled policy of staying away from such gatherings when held in Ireland. Th* selection by the conference of John Dillon, William O'Brien, Timothy I). Sullivan, T. P. O'Connor, William Abraham and T. P. Gill as the delegation to visit America gives general satisfaction. None of them have l»e*en engaged iii Irish-American squabbles aud all are well known to the* Irish in the United States. Mr. Gill has already sailed. The farce* in Tipperary grows more* grotesque from day to day, but tlo re are* indications that it may e-nd in a tragedy. The magistrates are- in a 'tate e>f exasperation aud have completely lost their heads. They are angere d at expressions of sympathy with the defendants uttered by some soldiers of the Eighteenth Royal irish regiment quartere-d at (Tonne!, a few miles from 'Tipperary, and some* bickering has oc-curre'd between the Irishmen and some of the Berkshire regiment. The magistrates have ordered 550 extra police to the town, and as all British soldiers, irrespective of race, hate the Irish police, the*r<* is serious danger of a bloody riot. The Eighteenth is one of the crack regiments of the British army, and under Sir Redvers Buller >ave*d Lord Wolseley’s army at the* battle of Tam ai Wells in the last Soudan war. They light for England in foreign wars, hut they are home rulers to a man and may turn the tables on Mr. Balfour if he undertakes to discipline them with his ‘•peelers.” Disquieting New* from M;t*hnii:tliiml, London. Oct. 7. — Disquieting n<-ws has again been received regarding the-British column now invading Mashona-land in southern Africa, a rich country which the British South African company claims to have been ceded to it by Lohcngula, king of the Matabeh-s. Tim main force of the expedition nu in hers Mio men with a pioneer force of I so men, and they are commanded by Lieutenant Colonel Pennafether, of the Inniskillcn dragoon', who has had much experience of native warfare* in Zuluiand. The for* <• is well armed and equipped also with light artillery. While King Loben-gula himself has not been altogether unfavorable to white occupation, his leading warriors have been anxious for war, and there is too much reason to believe the- report from Cape Town that the Mat abeles have attacked th*- expedition, causing the loss of about one hundred men. 'The Matabeh-s ar* warlike savages. The more turbulent spirit' have long clamored against the king’s policy toward the white- men. His troops are regularly trained and organized and number about twenty-five thousand, but ar** armed only with spears. The* British force* is to march four hundred miles and make a 'top at Mount Hampden, in Mashonaland. Tile Cholent \ irtims. London, Oct.. 7. — Horrible accounts come from the Red Sea of the condition of tim cholera victims. The Arabs and stranger' in that region are dying by 'cores. Person' are* seized with cholera and die within an hour, with clenched teeth and bodies terribly drawn up. Birds and dogs feed on the corpses, which the people are afraid to touch, and vast flocks of vultures dispute for the prey with the four-footed seavangers. From the interior of Arabia the accounts are fully as heartrending, and the victims are 'aid to be* numbered by thousands. A Djins; King. London. Oct. 7.—The death of Hoking of Holland may be expected at any moment. A meeting of the cabinet ha-been called to decide on the regency que'tion. Queen Emma will in all probability be appointed. The duke of Nassau ha- written a letter stating that lie w ill never resume the regency of Luxemburg, of which th** king of Holland i' duke. 'There is no other connection between Luxemburg and Holland. Death of Two Valuable Hordes -The Latonia Race*. Cincinnati, Oct. 7.— The Latonia track was slow. It was found necessary to shoot Pell Moll, who broke his leg yesterday. The gelding was valued at *2,000. While Clara C was exercising to-day she suddenly fell. It wa> found lier spinal column had been broken, resulting in her immediate death. She was valued at *5,OOO. First Race—Three-year-olds and upwards, one mile and seventy yards: Gymnast won,. Spectator second. West Anna third: time, 1:52‘ . Second Race—One mile: Itogei won, Aunt Kate second, Pullman third; time. 1:47. Third ll wards, one Tom won, DIED IN A HOVEL. End of a Supposed Wealthy Woman at Des Moines. A l*r«*a«’her Who Wanted to Marry Hie Whole Choir—State Convention of Iowa Detect ive*—A Des Moines Jeweler Fail*—State New*. ace*—Three-year-olds and uplink* and one-eighth: Major Blarney Stone - “cond. Tenacity third; time, ! :59! Fourth Race—Zoo stake-, vear-old fillies, -j\ furlongs Fideles won, Anna Elizabeth s Hawkins third, time, 1:1' Iii f th Race Two-year-old; longs: Bob L won, Palota third: time, i;<)5. for two-Se-ntper e. five second Miss fur-. (ira The Morris Dark MOORIS P \ UK, Oct. 7. a se a of mud and water. First Race Two-year-e longs; Miss Hooker Co Lock second. Sinolia Co Race-. The tr.t won, third; ( tin fur- iray Second Race* Ballyhoo won, < Boy third: time Third Race one mile and a quarter vinia Belle second, Rile Ail ages. i vc furlongs; . \\. Cook M-rond. Best I :Q2. Runnytneade handiea p. Tristan won. La-third : time,2:11. iv Fourth Race two-year-olds, six Peter second Fifth Race—-Hick year-olds, one mile meat, won, Ranejuet third: time, 2:4 I. Sixth Race One Salute won 'Tide, third; El mentor furlongs: hand icap, Annie won. ilia ’bird: time. 1:15. >ry stakes, for three-aiid a half; Tourna- second. English lady. d a [Sp*-elal to The Hawk-Eye.] Du- Moines. Oct. 7.—Cynthia Davis, a woman who i- reported lei tie worth considerable money and who came here some* three years ago from Missouri, was found dead iii a hovel on the east side of the eity this morning. It seems her death was caused by epileptic fit,', to which 'h<- ha' been subject fur some I iine. Des Mollie* Doodler* Mu*t stolid t rial fKpeelal to The Hawk-Eye.] Hi' Moines, Oct. 7.—Judge Ka\a-naugh in an exhaustive and lengthy opinion to day overruled the demurer in the case of the boodle aldermen, of Des Moines, and they will have to stand trial. \ SIT,OOO Failure iii De* Moille* [Special to The Hawk-Eye.) Du- Moini.s, Oct. 7. —M. Cohen, a wholesale* dealer in dry goods, jewelry, etc., ut' failed, owing to an attachment ! by a Chicago firm. The failure wa' quite a surprise*, ic he was considered in I good circumstances. Hi' liabilities are; nearly *7 ooo. Healing the Wound*. [Special to The Hawk-Eyk.] Di s Moines, Oct. 7. The democratic congressional committee- have taken the fir'! step. as indicated some time ago. to i heal the split caused by Barnett'- nomination by tendering that gentleman the short term on the congressional ticket, j There was some* opposition, but bossism I prevailed. An Flectrii- Company Inrorpi rated. [Special to the Hawk-Eye.] ! Keokee, la., Oct. 7.—(George I). Rand, given his men a good taste of the1 stone pile. The three above named showed apparently genuine symptoms of sickness. The county physician wa' called in. He found the sickness actually existing, and put the men unde r a course of medical treatment and directed them to be relieved of the hard labor. The close cages gave the sick men little room or ease in their    cl ness, so our kind-hearted sheriff mad*-iip their bunks outside of the cages and in the corridor, which ran completely around the cages. The men appreciated tin- kindness. But between the corridor arid the outside world there- was only tm* brick walls of the building. By some means, yet unknown, th*-s*- men had secured a small file, and during the night they quietly picked out some of rh*-brick' and the wide world was be-fore them, with only a literal hole in the wad separating them. 'They saw. and they eorquereid—and soon were at liberty. The tir't indication the sheriff had *>f their exit was when he took in their breakfast; he found ie- had breakfast for three more men than nee Th*- sick symptoms had So had the sick men. and ti yet re-appeared. No trace < yet been found, and if they iiing away the county and -gainers, for they are Hem state lines. But sick men are a a di-Henry county jail now, and growing harel-h arted. WENT EP WITH A BANC. Terrific Powder Explosions Wilmington. Delaware Heat TU** Kilt ire Dupont IMaiit !>*»* lr**y*-U aikI .Many l>..pl#- Kiii*-*! v#itfhl«.iiii-Town* »*rty Ii#-v4*t(iD<l et; Ii#-:    I    -#*ii    tliti#-*. rn led it there. lisappe*are-d. ;*y have not f them are yet tate ar* has run- the ■ the Wit MIM Yen 'tart ssion, a* ngton a work'on I nade for tele jet learned be damage. Ar tentative ha' wired that th Known a' tie-Mete wreek a e»st. On*- <»! ir't and the near by. 'et i lowed in ran he B \Y e»nd va: (I si TI Eve the ,ff is bor boo* unroof* Tel coit L \ rf; \Y# A SCOUNDREL AT PLYMOUTH. ILL. : urn* pinnal 2:01 ’ J. L. Root. M. W ov an ow' lur The Terre Haute Ka* T I-; it i; I. II a ft i , Ind., Get. '..—Thu track wa' three second' slow. First Race—Citizen's stake, .,:22 class. guaranteed *1,500:    M*    Hod won. Walter E. second, Diamond third: time, 2:l>’t. Second Ba**e—Wabash stak*-' for tv.o-year-olds. value at 'I,'Dc Lunch won. Free second, < hiquircta i.yaiu a fourth: time, 2 . Third Race 2:1'- class pace, >1,500 (unfinished):    Harry done the first heat and Grant'' Abadalla second heat; time. 2:19. hen* (iat* of I into tiled ll-s o Elect,r pit ai stuck hares of *' art t q ■ Met iii tm- record r incorporation ic company, th* being *150.000 OOO i C. I r's office r the lOnnt v stied sam bird. purse won i the Wanted To Rill Iii* Knik*. [Special to The Hawk-Eye. Kl I*, la. < > t. 7. — Ed. Kearns wan-o kill somebody to-day. ID- didn't who, and as hi* wife and mother tm handiest he proceeded topwork them off" but was fortunately prevented by officers who placed him in ail for (•ping. He i' a hard citizen. A Hon*#- Hroken I p hy Knit for ie#: [Special to Th** II Fly mouth, community is th*- outcome of a '< and deta ls of which ar*- not > lication in a respectable re.'iilt i' that a man and come seperated arid that : wealthy young widow hi report is current that th* ha- brought suit in liefer >10,000 dan alleging that she r the w >» Man’* I’ wk-Eye. I Get. 7.—Our I i and grieved ( andalous affair. md table for pub-ournal. The wile nave a hand'om* i- left town * wronged Macomb < iper rn >mpan hi eh e J#-- M and w Hon' were I the w nant ladle.' gay widow down. Ti thf JUS! ages agasi has aliena fe's hunt in Fly mot: led. A po town 'i and wan »s are I w dow. r h WANTED TO MARRY THE CHOIR. ■Hag; dai W The Kl cd I are A* r* -af* Tile UM ti. Uouncil RI ii It * Rare*. Bt.i t i s. Iowa, Get. , This I ’a r k purse C( was the ofiening day of the I ni race'. 'The weather was fine. First Race Three-? (-aroid - take,pur-e S100:    Kate    Caffey    won iii three -tright heats: time. 2:2 \ %. Second Race 2:30 pacing rat * *300:    Wilkie    Russe!;    won    in    2:19 Third Race—-2:25 trotting im •** *500:    Lobasco    won:    best time, 2: Rase Rut!. At Louisville—Louisvil)*- ti, Tol<-ilo a. At I’hiiadelptiia I’liu.i-lilphia-K game postponed; ram. At Raltimore — Haitiruorc-Syraettsf postponed; rain. At si. Louis- St I.-.ii - .1. Columbus • called in the ninth inning on account ness. A Rase Rail Nightmare at Quincy. The Chicago Brotherhood chih played a {ticked up nine at Quincy on German day. NY*- glean the following from the A Shortage Made Good. i him ii. Bn rf '.    <    >ct. 7. Albert Johnson, the young man who was arrested Saturday night on tic burg*- of embezzling *’.no or "On from his employe, F. M. B. Welker, succeeded in making good tile shortage and wa- released from tile city jai! shortly before midnight Saturday night. Mr. Welker claims that tile restitution was complete and was made by a voluntary assignment by Johnson of personal property of suf-■ ;f*nt value to cover tin* sh Al! \ 111 III lit' M- iou* lo Five * MNE'. if a sen ti con; ;« Fr#-«« lier • ii-!'* lim * (fit. rtage t ti# I lion*- dark ly iiehner I terne* OK UK. la., (fit. 7.— mer, the world s champ! ong distance swimmer, w •aw to deny that he jump* hill at < art Luge. Huehner sty wrongfully accused and that admitted itefore ie- left ( artha; Iv t Hue! and I W ar ian! p. ’rof.” R A. diver •s from i board ie was it WI ha' ca that little city. W* and rather good loo to Bedford about charge of tile Chris' a graduate of an ca-highly recommend* * until It is attentions members of the Ho but it wa' not until the city was shaken oiisy which broke ot Rev. Br**wn has to at least Jive girl' exchange of has given t girl> finding their story t< and the Rev. was promptly now without •rat) til! Ii* it in tat it for { ed it des, and connect*-tion is a' arts hey had be the trusts Mr. Bro’ demanded a pastor, unknown. New- r a* bed Bedford w deft excUernen in •rowti, a yo ting ninister, x • ut ii KO V > .ake tire Ii. IF was oiiege arid was hardly im- (ted e young ,ad> ai't week volcano (>f ie choir. d hi' affect on their pl «-| VV {.art publicity. The i duped" car Tied of the ch ireh Us res gna tion The chun it is nd Brown has The affair has nat T W YI; W AT ti Hi ewal d Ro indign fev*-r h WANTED TO GET EVEN. A RAFT BOAT WRECKED. tie Shu dollar on irt. we »ea tty of did tin I feral,I:    id t in- thousand fund Burlington team short, fur tile visitor locals appeared in a pat and played patched up ites were al! there I other they weren’t “in the game was not a Chicago captured e'*n Demands’ delivery, ai tossing of Montague, out Williamson twice and Comisk Montague got a two bas while Busehman got a the same gentk other hit off Hwy ow learned are: Logan. Ann Ward. Hugh Mrs, Me I *.w ter. and Lydi The **ff ce * complete wr< Mi VV M* lr rn) wi broken The d# pany a that f :-r*- in g.i" ad w< nd w ( it. 1 dand n hits d six f I fi-marr irk at TF iforra, favor-»w or Well 1 Mr. •tnai ■a* Bicklehaupt Williamson bobix-d up game to tinea go boys two about b The folio1 Innings ( hi* ago...... Quincy And mort Vt ft (in tl: y once. off Dwyer. base hit off •ry. The by Hoover, ldwin hit Mr. Hall npired the The Chili thing or And lit- XV i 11 Evidently t unity. Brook LY n , • Jet. 7. Riel who placed a < ar link on the track nt-ar Malcolm last bound over by 'Squire ('has*-action of the grand jury. IiI Lhy looking tramp and cia i> in St. Louis. He admit-obstruction on the track, wanted to ditch the pa''*-ng says the trainmen put hi’ -tatioi - above, and he w ar -*• Have an Oppor- K<>< k* lard Ackley. Rock Island week, was to await the Ackley i> a im' his home putting Hearn! says he * -! * train. He , off sp\oral I to get even. IOWA DETECTIVE ASSOCIATION. (ton vent ion iii >e*'>i*>ii iii De — It* Object and Fillet. [Special to The Hawk-Eye.] Al Mille tt ab Tile >t»-;»mer Toll Drift* I p**n Hie at Du)iii*i ne. IM HUQ it., Oct. 7.—The raft bo; fred Toll lies on lier side in shallow loo yards below the levee, almost a tot; wreck. The Toll and tile Thistle, I* longing to McDonald Brothers, of I. went through the bridge bet urday evening. They had i est rafts which ev( It contained 5,0 in cd for Clinton e bridge in safei *d to swing around the * ling the turn 'he swans auk and went hard agro The Thistle made er off but was unable t( v the Toll fell over onto Al en- l;i't tow pa'- feet raft the on „(Trv Hi Moini>. Get. 7. — ' vent ion of tin* Iowa Det<-< is in session at the Hot*■! day. The order, which Folk and surrounding co 'tate (J stein I on tined side jarr her wa' ■cd the dra’ of lumber got throng Toll st arte* L In ntaki near th t he rot rt to ge Gradu ■ in the -ho; ' ' v the r ever ‘.OOO The and rear d The first * in* pac kl ne ariled t.rai the I n ne way a and wa' Yder ■PP the wh i [a r-ent w, er. md i Reft 'he is fe w, badly *d that ananuo *d. As *) ipped WILL EE GR AND. concerned tin-justified in the tin* presenta-and stock products poet superior to any a hearty wel-stat*' and gave evi 'reparations fur til* of the same per'4'1    I"" »,seeding fiscal year. This : was accomplished clerks who compo view among other division in forty special examiner thus adding eighty persons engaged in the adjudication of maim I urged upon the examiiD-rs pruoiit •'once iii the performance of their dutu • and in June last I detailed 116 persons as an addional force tor tin making in all 333 on duty in the am glad to he able to report a' of these efforts that the number o now in the hands of tho special tion division has been reduced from 14 *25 to 7,*24: of these only about . , are*iii the hands of special eJa.min.®';s; “There have been received inHK sion office 460,282 claims to I ' j^(,t 30, 1*90, under the disability pens - * of June 27 1890. It will he reads.> derstood that the care of ^eh an enormous number of claims rec.en *« * 1 ‘ _    ()f a time necessarily taxed the r ss * ,r its fullest extent. work. field. I a result cases The the tho office to ..    f. ,„„«* work of the mail division ran up to mo™ than thirty-two thousand pieces c^ mat a day to be opened, classified and proper writing (Get. I) Mio ^^nnon said; introduced the president, jjy j.- ^ti®e rf "^!1.I/1 N>:    1 regret that °"r arrival and the brief time Iv disposed of. At this    |„ims    a division is handling 0/100 If upon the assembling of congr the day. in December it is found that force is insufficient for.th°r“ •'^y as they ask of those new claims as - t are completed, I will not lie'. * ^ in_ that you recommend to c(Jn^® bureau. crease of the official force    nrobably “It is believed that there a P previous exhibition, also that in manufactures and invention' the progress of the United States will be indicated in a most remarkable manner. There is also every reason to anticipate exhibits from every other nation *>n the globe, it being estimated by practical experts that the total number of exhibit' win not be less than fifty thousand divided equally between the United States and all foreign nations. It is proposed to make this exhibition especially interesting in all that relate' to manufactures by tin* presentation of the most important processes in active operation. In comparison with these will be presented the methods used in other countries four hundred years since. Already there are indications that nearly every state and territory in the union will lie fully represented and that large appropriations will be made at approaching so'sion* of tin* different leg-islations. Circular' and blank applications for '[(ace will be forwarded in due season to all intending exhibitors. The undersigned would call upon the press of the United States to hold up its hands in this great international undertaking, which, if successful, will establish the United States of Anteri* a a-first nation on the globe. Respectfully. | Signed. ) Geo. R. DAVI'. Director < Jenera!. Gratifying to AH. The high position attained and the universal acceptance and approval of the pleasant liquid fruit remedy Syrup of Figs, as the most excellent laxative known, illustrate tin* val-ue of the qualities on which its successi' based and are abundantly gratifying to tile California Fig* Syrup company. ___ Typhoid Fever in Hancock County. [Special to The Hawk-Eye.] Den VEU, 111., Oct. 7.—Dr. Reaburn reports twelve cases of typhoid fever here. There have been no fatalities so far. The disease has been epidemic regularly here every year for some years. Fits, spasms, St. Vitus dance, nervousness and hysteria are soon cured by Dr. Miles’ Nervine. Free samples at J. H Witte’s drug store._____________ A New York Grocer Assigns- NEW YOUK, Oct. 7.—James I’. Bennett. grocer, aligned to-day with ['references amounting to 819.000. Merit wins, as the marvelous cures of Hood’s Sarsaparilla shows It possesses true medicinal merit. Sold by ah druggist.. England Demand* Settlement. LuNDON. Get. 7. — England ha- demanded of the Portuguese government an immediate settlement of its claim for indemnity for the seizure of the Bristish-African Lakes company'' 'teamer, James Stevenson, which wa' illegally captured a few month' ago. A Threat cued Strike. London, Oct. 7.—Six thousand miners in tile eolleries in the counties of Fife and Clackmanan, Seottland, have warned their employers that they will 'trike utile" their wages are advanced 15 per cent. Chaplain of the House of Common* Dead. London, Got. 7.—Rev. Henry Waite, chaplain of the house of commons, died suddenly to-day. Til#- Cholera Scourge. I ’a KIS, Get. 7.--Two persons at Lund, department of Heranlte, w-ho recently arrived at that place from Spain are suffering from cholera. The patients have been isolated and other methods adopted to prevent a spread of tl^e disease. TU*- State I ai Dam.A', ment of t to th** fair road that WO groi run completed, and I exhibit fur tin j opens on the I The enterpri'* this year from 11^* c A PANIC AT BUENOS AYRES. r at DaJla*. T October es. a! to The ll iwk exas, (fit. ) electric si iuds and o s inside th the work o - great 8th inst. receive the larg< wild to Open of some eumpani dred, til crime a istence • the life man arc three Th* me thous: from t md ti w< inging of iation ha-v years at rind ! ICS, dh • PP eri The th I): It wa- meat (taint d in i • Evi *t rat! A GENEROUS GIFT. •ct rn H oi. I. HK S. < ii YVith i It Rn mot • I a Fresh Revolution Create Much Excitement. Buenos Ayues, Oct. 6.—A panic was , a used here last night by the rumor that a fresh revolution had broken out. Troops were called out and patrolled the streets (luring the night. Police were rapidly armed with rifle' and held in readiness at the central station. A special train was dispatched to Zartra tor re-enforcement of artillery, which ar rived this morning. The cause of the alarm was the report of a pollee agent that attempts had been made by sergeants to suborn two regiments. The situation is believed to be graver than at first supposed. Many deputies and senators passed th# the night at President Pellegrini’s house and it is stated that the minister of war took the president and Minister of Interior Boca to tho barracks for safety. Admiral Borden* has prepared the tleet fur action. Laiek—The president hu> ordered troops to Santa Silania to go into camp leaving one regiment in the eity. Fear' of a revolutions in La Blatta have been dispelled. ILLINOIS W. C. T. U. Rockford. Stile Convention in Session ut Illinois. Rockford, 111., Oct. 7.—The state convention of the Illinoise Woman' Christian Temperance Union will hold its session in Court street Methodist Episcopal church, to-morrow. Thursday and Friday, beginning at ft a. rn. daily. 'This evening Miss Ida Clothier, of Boston, national superintendent young woman’s work, delivers an address to a goodly audience. Wednesday evening, Mw. L. S. Rounds, president Illinois Young Woman s Christian Temperance Union, and Thursday evening Miss Francis Williard. president of National and World's Woman’s Christian Temper- of placing the ate fair, which is in progress, fresh impetus number of New England capitalists w no have been in\ ('sting here and gone into the manufacture of cotton an*i other products. They have pinned their faith to Texas and Dallas, and are aiding in showing them to the world. The fa r this year xvii in many respects be superior to the world's fair at New orleans, wh! h wa' ba* k**d by the federal government. The pro-duets, energy, educational sy'tem. and everything that interests those lh mg lithe southwest will be exhibited, also samples of tie be't cattle, horses, machinery and art of the nation. The attractions are without end. so much so. that on inspection of everything on the grounds eau hardly he made in two day'. All railroads entering into Texas have consented to give low excursion rates, and the hotel accommodations ar*- more ample than in any other southern city. MEN OF METAL. Tli»-y Spcr.il a    at    Harii*l>tirt;.    fa. Pm i. a im t.pii i a , Get. 7. After three days’ stay in this ty the English and German metallurgist' and ironmasters left this morning for Lebanon. A number of prominent Philadelphia iron and steel men accompanied them. At Lebanon the [tarty will he tin* guests of Robert Coleman, proprietor of the Cor-wall iron mines, 'rite entire party went to Harrisburg this afternoon, where they will remain oxer night. Michigan Miner* Strike. I 'ii DI ming, < >et. 7. The miners. teamsters, lumbermen and all underground employes of the Lake Angeline mine walked out yesterday noon and the other city miners are following snit. The strike will he at all the mines in the city and probably at all the mines in the county employing over ten thousand men. The strike is for shorter hour'. A City Collector Mysteriously Missing. Ti < son, Ari/.., Get. 7. —City Collector George Perter is mi'Sing. Some of his friends ex pros tit** belief that lo* ba' committed suicide. A shortage of his accounts is reported. Later.—Foster's body was found thi-afternoon, he having suicided. ■resell*' Ili-etifiii Chai video into one hiin-•ession of initials to en in ex-has mad* en good' V rig): hor-cl. w re lins KILLED BY TEE CARS. I fall* - or cl I Hr* Et cd ! <*'«■' Her Life aud Ile: ll ti®- I cape I hind is Fatally Injure*!. fifty ti ETH KI I • I N EE. (> t. 7.—An act I th** I OC I* I red on th*- < iuthrie t enter brat u h of T the C hi* ago. R *ck Island and I •acilic tLar rail way. about s \ miles from this vest erday, whicl i resulted in the tiling •bing in it i th w Fort chapel, tow it sh day. The and comm by Hun. I him to tin part of t! the pres said ii** h thought it esp*-tit his neighbor much in need o Sunday sc in »-ary gathering'. MI S. Co ■hureh count at ion chuser special 7. The Coffin farm in Douglas ■ dedicated Sun-ettily constructed of worship built and presented by going [tee ry. Mr. C speech, in i this gift Iv calculate db n whi Decal •d to t that made eh he Of Mr'. J. T. Reef; of Mr. Reed. In track at Webb'' * was struck by the result. 'I’iie xx hole * in gloom as the pa limit cit’, ens. We blame is attached -trou* I* N. D.. -ie Fire* tr’ Pocahontas Poe A ll*'N rot'., editor * trre'tei wa? Count \ as. la. if the i Satur ie' are under'!; the ira Eilitor- i 7 _ (St d* xx ll* childre! some place to lid their socia; Ai! the minis lave and eity participated in the exercise' and chape! xva' crowded to its utmost cai»a f inter** in a'semblag A STRANGE BURGLAR. P*-( ter- the the city pie. un a turn warrant •e. The actu Lange, of • rati*- paper, ; ■barge was tinny taken befur* "ted un Lang*-. -sued omen* .'ti'    4 modal »f son nren *•(1 bt I): ,res- \ I it.ti Wreck in Color:**!* X ! K. * » t. 7.—TU S i * I Mar- ex-xv a- ii ile- The grand 'turn to G Nominated tor Congress. Bi t t ai.o. Get. 7.— The thirty-second district democratic congressional convention to-day nominated Hon. Daniel N. Lockwood. •lollti II Hewitt Dead Baltimore, Oct. 7.—Professor John ll. Hewitt, poet, writer arid musician, died to-day at the age of eighty-nine. Beecham’s Pills cure nilious^aml nervous i! s Detected in Iii#- A* t ll* Kelu-t-Hi* Name. Coi n* ii. Bit ff>. Get. 7.—There is a fellow behind th*- liars in the city ail xvho steadfastly refu'es to give his name. or any name at all, and h** is booked a' another unknown, opposite th** entry is the charge of burglary. Whoever ini' he will have a difficult job to keep out of the penitentiary, for he xx a- caught at 2:30 o’clock Sunday morning squarely in th*- aet of committing a burglary. It, i' not believed that in- is a professional, but there is a strong suspicion that In* i' a voting man who lives in either Council Bluff'or Omaha. While no on** at the police station is ah!** to recognize him. this suspicion is strengthened by his stubborn refusal to tell hi' name, ll*-declares that he will stand trial, go to the penitentiary and serve out hi' sen- i tem*-incog. On 'Oui** palier' found in i hi' possession the name of Hawley ap- ! pears. GOOD BYE TO JAIL. Three llir*l#-n*-fa Criminal* E*«-a|tc I ruin lite Mt. PD-aftant Pantile. ^Special to The Hawk-Eye.] Mi. Pleasant. Oct. 7.—The jail of | Henry county has again experienced a “breaking out.” Some year' since th*-county built a new jail, xvhieh was -up-posed to have all the modern appliances for safely keeping those undergoing confinement there. Steel cage* were placed in it, and the county officials congratulated themselves *>n the certainty which thev could hold th** prisoners. But alas! of the men sentenced to hard labor for cro" violation' of th*- prohibitory law. the most hardened were Mike Toomey, tan old offender and “boss of the bogs,*’ and so given the extreme sentence of working out a thousand dollar tine,) George Tedron. —enten* -<1 to a Thousand dollars.) and Tim Crane, (a five hundred dollar man.) Sheriff Ferine had got matters a!! arranged and already I |ipfr Iowa Methodist M\s**N CHV. Oct. 7 (wa -onlerem copal church b at Decorah to * dors are to be M Conter#*!!#-**. --The Up thodist E| it-dav se** Mile*’ Nerve aik! Liver Pill*. There a- the year'. wit be lay. (hi melt bi une* ha. All lmporta: t disc*' the liver, stomach and nerve'. A new prtn ily cure biliousness, liver, piles and confer men, we rn in and mildest, surest, Sample' free a* cry. They act on towels through the pie They speed- bad ta-’.p, torpid nation* ' Ii. \ Pioneer Drop* Dead. Bei.1.1, vt E, o-t. 7. -R .ben Brow I aged eighty-one years, a pioneer of ti: I ll i noi' and Iowa lead mines, tiro dead on the -treet of heart disease, had been a resident of this ’-lac more than forty year'. >lri«-k#-n With Paralysis New Sharon, (fit. '. Th* fat her of ex-Auditor Ba*-r was st r; with paralysis Friday and ha' speechless and almost helpless ' Hi' recovery is considered doubtfu »ed Ile for ke n been Splendid hi5 Iren Smallest, os**' for 25 cents, Whip’* drug -^re s«>|t* Profiler*’ ( irvii* Wrecked LITTEL Ro.k. \rk., Get. 7. Se,* Brothers circus ira ti was wrecked near Eat*mr last night, severa hor'* s being killed and a number of animal' injured. Itm-klin'* Amir* Halve. he world salt rhei I hands, < De,int .fill Residence Durned. Clinton. Get. 7. The b.-autifn! resi deuce of Deputy Sheriff Chapman burned down in Chaney this morning, causing a Ids* of >3.000. Insured for >!.>•*". The best salve in j bruises, sores, ulcer J sores, tetter, chap] corns and all skin eruptions, and po tively cures pile- )ir no pay required. ;s guaranteed to give perf*- * '.t'isf I or money refunded Price 25 cen box For sa'e at Henry’s drug st*. rn, fev*>r hi I blains, lilt tion per Durned iii lier Mi DDI I IDXX \. Ct., t > O';se (sri!pied by .Ie Dr. Pierce - Pellet-(the (trixrmu Pill* have to-da\ th#- largest *al#-sold My druggists. For att dei,intern el til#- liver, 't una* ti arid Imiw.-I*. th-unequaled, tun* a *l(>'*-. -J5eent'a vial I .ii t. I - Liver if any pill* wife ll burnt*' this a, H Ollie . 7— A Jal Tyi timed bist night. Mr- Ti I to a crisp, xx Ii ie Tryon x% 'truing badi v in hired. XVI* on ling and xv»s ti nd \Ve»l I.ilierty N*»te-. [Correspondence of Tho Hawk-Eye.) Wf.'T Lip.kkty. <fi-t. 7. — Dr. E. ll King, long a resident of ’his town aud well known to the profession in the 'tat**, hit' sold his property to Dr. G. II. Mott. of Springdale, to give immediate possession. Dr King go*-' this week to New York to attend a course at the Policlinic, (bi hi' return he will probbabiy locate iii M useatirie. Corn in thi' vicinity i> out of the xx ay ; of the frost and isan average crop. The . recent rains have renewed the pastures. I and farmers rejoice in the prospect of • abundant fall feed. i« rn der curing .ill sort.-dinary pimple amt >k:n Gam capital invest*-* of this remedy goo#I faith. Hue Thou-,md Dollai-. -vi itt spec iii Company. *>! Atlanta. •war*) of one rti<>u.-ao#l dollars to w ho. on proper anal}'is, finds of tnereurx. potash, or other ti-•; a ti their Sp#-eltie >. S. 8.) -gelatin- compound has a won-Foi fitly years it ti is Keen - of ti,,.od trouble*, from an <*r-to til worst ease ut scrofula m er. Til*- compart} has a ar"*-n th*- manufacture ail*) 'anni *(g* r the alane ic ward in offers a r y chemist *• particle isonoii' rn purely v Cairn- to Port on Fir#-. New York, Get    7.—The Alamo, from Galveston, passed tin*- this morning with her (-arg ton on hr#*, the Red Hon to enable th* he -teamer was ■' and her ho ten to reacht steamer quaran- * «'f cot -**w#-d to I 0[>.-t>eci • flames. The soft glow of the tea rose is acquired hy bidi* s who ii'*- Pozzoni’s Complex Ion Pow«ler Trx it. Pear* th* • t~i» an t t>.«** 'n.'!* evi-r made New games. See them at Gnihn's. ;