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Burlington Hawk Eye (Newspaper) - October 21, 1890, Burlington, Iowa THE rtBllSHED JUKE. 1839.) pfSniinvEST Universally Commend the McKinley Bill. , featly KneedrnST**«I Tv the ^“leCon.manfeath.us-Polnts * ,h, Tariff Measure That m rww the Far.,.era. HAWK-EYE. pi; ' special to ■iTOS, 0rt' from The Hawk-Eye.] 20.—Con    tial western states of encouraging character are pour-r ul rrirtib - ar. headquarters rn »t0 J. ,'V a'! tell practically the O’O"'    ,‘j    at    ;iS    rhe new tariff comes 'S'er-itood, th«* farmers realize ..J general A' and vaMly to their 'yj.p tfiiol s, died oles and the „ relating rn :■ idling twine are Commended. Mufti is said, inereased duties nu ance of know by com p* taxi*' and hav pean reprisals. no because he palm producer warning ,f the large*) foresn agr the am lion- tin K’t'i. lit-re K 11'7 !? i-' ES ti- i law kin a. d n all ijratn «e ho pc f i matter great! h , tural products the sugar duty, new law are west, It is of arithmetic . e farmer is reduces his ex it int din ring and |M' im rat-jlfae *>V. . &■ )’ iff' t; i t p- E r- i- ; r li lt' rrai’gt rimes i other at- icreases Ins also. It is * committee Ie from just ry to which discontent time since committee f dan-ise. These are, a- hie Ii the demo-eal outright by ainth and gerrv-, and second, by Kie v bill. It he I ted no the SOU! ti at if OUId bt met hod.' laity, I"■ ty had Kis ; : I ll.. * ' ll radar f£. ew tariff event the These oblately as When the •onspiraey •ices, the of tho IUiitod Slates they ft.nhor aav know perfectly won that tho whom they represent have adund; the necessaries of life. They imposing heavy duties upon the manufactured goods of Europe that they favor the development of their own industries •I well-to-do classes to pay direct cause to ft-ar Euro-, , ,    .    .    such    reprisals would have to apply to cereals meats petroleum, etc., which areche very ani' oles those nat ions absolutely require The I tiited States care but little for reciprocity with Europe for they know Europe has need of them, and they will grant it or refuse it as may snit their own interests; they care a great deal however, for reciprocity with the nations of America, Attention is called to the tact that llrazil is preparing to secure the market of the U iii ted States for its sugar. The manner in which Brazil wrested from tuba the    T, ■«i being the chief co fit alluded to and a sounded, that tile same thing may happen in regard to sugar, 'rho letter closes with an expression of hope that the gravity of these econimh a1 problems iii the antilles will receive the attention they deserve and with apprehension well founded the writers think that Cuban productions, especially sugar, may be unable to compete in the North American market with that of the other sugar producing countries. A SAD TRAGEDY. *,ii|iervisin)j Architect Mullen, of Wallington, Con,nuts Suicide. Washington, Oct. 20.—A. Ii. Mullen. on • of the best known architects in this city and for years supervising architect cl tho treasury department, shot and killed himself this evening at his residence. Ile had been in poor health for a long time, suffering from rheumatieal and other complaints, but it is thought financial trouble wa> tho chief cause of his act, Or. I’. .1. Murphy, surgeon in charge of the Columbia hospital, w ho for many been Mullet Cs family physi*-a statement of the cin um-the shooting, substantially a-five o'clock he called at Mrs. Mn eft, u ho was BURLINGTON. IOWA. TUESDAY ENTHUSIASM AT FT. MADISON MORNING, OCTOBER 21, I SIM I. (PRICE; 15 CENTS PER WEEK. Congressmen Gear and Horr Meet With a Big Reception. in Hie Afternoon Hurr's Eloquent Allures* —Clear Talks to « Jam j„ the Even ins-Funeral of .|oh„ v#u \ a1 ken burg—state News in tile funeral procession, there tieing delegations from Keokuk. Burlington. Mount Pleasant. Fairfield and neighboring towns. .EC. Eongeville, of Dubuque, grand master of the odd Fellow s of Iowa, conducted the services assisted by noted pvthians. A LOVE TRAGEDY. BOPE FOR AMERICAN PORE. It is Believed That France Will Remove the Prohibitory Measures. Hon. ra nu der iris i roan ' mprchants arni cr [ion a i or of in to study * republican vat that eon-democratic o-ab'inaners imbued by a democratic the doubtful c to the fact I ors and ro-ountry could was sheer I eneraI scru- • however, it j most effect- i rst C Mf sr it- i FC. : I IFC S UTH*' -en si rich vc repeal i- r 2 I Ile iv B's A A. ' St it rep! eans ■ The IP aei cd i vv n ands oi ost him e demount him y seven etion in ikely to moo rat ic iou Id be ised the uties an .f every * t< d of f sugar g to t he mrs per f he woo! the derequired s of A lists y were cs to the aud our ‘pend on raw ma-icral inevitable, one per he bene- be seen. unged by • farmers housand- in- Of ■ prorater. if the bill is aly to hi the ted as f* TI t O f ciit iou >posed - were years has I cian, mad* stances of I follows:    About the house to see | -lightly indisposed. After pre-eribing for Mrs. Mullett. the doctor took his I leave and went to    his office,    hist aero— ; the street.    Ile    had    been    there but ! a -bort time when the son of Mr. Mullett, came running over and asked I him to come to the house immediately Ile hurried back in respon-e to the -um-: mons and found Mullett lying across the j tied in his sleeping apart meet and partially disrobed. He w as unco?)si ions and i bleeding profu-edly. The doctor made a ; hasty examination and found the blood j came from    a wound    about    two inches i above the    right    Fair.    The    dying man | gave three or four gasps and expired within seven minute- after the wound had been Billeted. When tho doctor first enc red the room lie found Mr-. Mullett lying by ii,e -bde of the body of her wounded husband weeping bitterly with her arm- thrown around his neck. The doctor removed her gently from the room and then gave his attention to her husband. Eater in in the evening the coroner was sum moned and body gave a eide, due t< was fitty-six know ii. He de-ig buildings that hav fere ut cities. titer an examination of the verdict of death from sui-melancho’ia. Mr. Mullett years old and very well designed many of the public been erected in dif- I0WA POSTMASTERS. [Special to The Hawk-Eye.] I i. Madison, la.. Ort. 20. •I oh ii H. (lear was accorded V perfect ovation to-night and spoke for fully two hours on the tariff and kindred political topics to a crowd that jai.-iiied the hall lo sn.location, lie was somewhat hoarse I rom continuous speaking but hi-arguments were none the less telling and the incessant bursts of applause from his listners told of the good impressions being made. Hon. ii. (i. Horr. of Michigan, addressed a large crowd here this afternoon on the political issues. The weather was superb and throngs of people came in from all directions to hear the noted -[■••aker. Mr. Horr was at his best and got the crowd fairly wild with cheers and laughter at his witty and well put arguments. At the mention of Dear - name the entire assemblage arose and cheered wildly. No democrat attempted to question him although every opportunity was offered. But knowing the ready wit and invincible repartee of the speaker no democrat chose to run any risk in that line. I lie day has been a great one for re-pubiican principles and the cause of •lobo ll. (lear has been wonderfully strengthened. ID* will be sent. back to congress with a majority that will astonish even the most sanguine republican. CAUSED MUCH SURPRISE. Di'sa I Kl ac t inn at Waver tv Over Hillings’ Dele is.- Political ami Other blatters. [Correspondence of The Hawk-Eye.] W xvi ui.Y. la,. o< t. 20.—Great surprise is expressed by very many of Bremer county’s people at the late decision of the supreme court in th** M. E. Billing- murder ease. It wa- believed bv about all here that it was impossible to free him, but such be ng the case great, surprise is expressed aud many still condemn him. It is thought mu possible by many that -<* good and so highly respected a man as Count v Attorney Kingsley would commit suicide. It is not known whether Billings will return to Waverly to live or not, but it is believed he w ill not. Politic- i- waxing warm and repub- j Means are to the front ami are confident ; that Col. D. B. Henderson will exceed j one thousand majority in this, his. dis- j triot and will again be returned to con- * gre——ami we all hop** and fee! -tire [fiat 1 so great and good a man as «x-< tov. I. H. • lear will be again returned to congress i | by 'Ii** good people of your district. <)ne Fit the greatest political meetings I of the campaign we be h**!*i at Waterloo j I on next Thursday, October gfi, by the re- j publican- of this district, and everything ; I is being done to make it a grand success. I Speaker U"t*d, Hon. lh lh Henderson, ' Hon. J. lh Dolliver and other noted ; speakers will address the meeting and a I grand jubile*4 and success will be ours. Excursion train will Ii** run to Waterloo from all points within UK) miles of there and a great gathering it will bt a Elmer Oliver Kills His Sweetheart Iterative She Would Not Mar y Him. (Special to The Hawk-Eye.] Ch AMTOX, la.. Oct. 20.—Another terrible love tragedy has been enacted in Iowa by which two estimable young people are to-night in the care of the undertaker. Elmer oliver, a young man of twenty-one years came to this city from kansas. His appearance showed that lo* had been drinking t*» excess. Ile hired a livery team and drove to Un* little town of Freedom, some twelve miles -outh of liF*re. ll** immediately went to the farm house of Mr. Tuttle and requested to solids daughter, w’ith w hom he was in love. After th** two had conversed fora few minutes the young man ask*-*! tin* girl to marry him. She refused, saying slit* was too young. Oliver then pulled a revolver and si lot th** girl through the temple* causing instant death. He turned th** weapon upon himself and liri-d a ball through his head in exactly the same place he shot the girl. Ii* morning. Tin* young lived in (it in in wa. whet * resides. died this man formerly his mother now A CRIPPLE'S PLAINT. Ear! v Iv io-r th* I** watt \ Her Allege*! Betrayer Drought Colorado by the Slier ill" M A U-H A I I, I OWN, la., Oct. 20.- la-t February Ei*na Taw** suddenly her reason and was sent to Mf, Pleasant in-ane asylum. Si;** apparently in great physical di-tr** th** tim** and died two (jays after lur incarceration. Physicians who attended her in her iir-t illn**-- attributed her sufferings if* th** effects of cantharides, it dangerous drug, admit -'en**!, die bries* with criminal intent. Suspicion pointed si rong y lo (> IP-t g as her destroyer, but he left the country before any st**ps could he taken to investigate th** matter. I.;;-' week the dead girl'- sister Eevona. who ha- been a cripple all her Iif**, learned that lleng wa- in Denver and had a warrant i->ued for Iii- arrest for seducing her. T he sheriff proceeded to Denver, found his man aud returned here with him. B**ii g arraigned he waived examination and wa- held to th** grand jury. Full investigation wit now be mad** and developments are expected that will prove him not only guilty of seduction but of murder. THE JURY HELD THE TRAIN. I ii iikin* I Proct'n* of ail Iow a Coroner iii a Serious Railroad Accident. Keokuk, la., Oct. 2b.—A passenger train on the Keokuk and Western railway struck ti wagon at a load crossing near Centreville to-day. Three occupant-. 1-aar Bremer, hi- wife and -*>n, were instantly killed. The coroner's jury had th** train held while th*- te-timoney r»f the train crew anil passenger- were taken. The jury returned a verdict exonerating the company from all blame. TWO CHILDREN SCALDED. Home Inspection Responsible for |t-Oladstonc on His Way to Scotland Morley at Newcastle—Uen-eral Foreign News. Pam-, Get. 20.—The exeitmcnt over th** passage of th*- McKinley bill is gradually subsiding, as the public is beginning to discover, at !i*ast so far a-France is concerned, that the con-«-qtience- will not b<* very terrible. Th** leading French products which w Ii i 11 be affected art* wool and champaign**. Although France has not been officially communicative with til** United States on the subject, Minister Reid has had several conversations with the minister of foreign affairs, Ribot. aud other members of the cabinet. Mr. R****d is convinced that th** govern- j men! sincerly desired to abolish the pro- , hihition against the importation of I American pork a -ooh j- a convenient , opportunity could be found, but, autor- ! innately, the public opinion was aroused > by the pre--. Now that the American j government has ordered the inpection of * all pork previous to its exportation, he is j of the opinion that th** rescinding of the i prohibition will be an event of the near * fu’nre. A- this, if it should occur, will have been mainly brought about by I Minister Reed'- influence, it is hope that j if he is returned he will s**. able to secure j for French exporter- certain concessions j regarding the duties on wine and works of art, In I ne French I ham ber <>t Dept*!****. Paris, Oct. 20.—Roche, minister of! •♦mimer* int rod ce*! in ' h<* chamber of ; • leput.i *- *o-day a general custom- tariff bill. It is the minimum and maximum bill which ha- a’ready been mentioned I ii 'Ii*--** dispatch**-. Replying to an j interpellation, Etienne, under-secretary | for coloni* s. denied that war wa-declared I against Dab expedition w ter. This had been indignantly r**fu-**d. Miss Booth wa- worth not less than >.'50,-000 in her own name, was well educated and accomplished. It, is claimed by the brother of tile dead man that Miss Booth killed herself, she holding th** weapon while Price was endeavoring to hold her hand-. The course of th** bullet, how-ex cr, shows that she could not have fir**d th** shot which caused her death. RAILROAD MATTERS. ienied that war wa-de omey. The object of the ie simply ?*> defend French -objects in Dahomey. The order of the day approving the col irs** of the government was adopted. Goussot, a Bou-langi.-t, brough' up th** Boulangi-t question by demanding that legal action b<* ta.-;ei. again-t the Roulangists to throw gilt upon the recent charge- against t- •*!<!. Min'ster Con-tans replied that The Missouri Hint Arkansas Division of the St. L. A. A T. Soto. ---- Sr. Loris, Oct. 20.—The Missouri and Arkansa- divi-ion of the St. Boul-. Arkansas and Texas railway, commonly known a- the “Cotton Belt,” extending from Bird- Point, Mi-souri, oppo-ite Cairo, Illinois, to Texarkana, Arkansas, was -old at auction to-day. It wa- purchased by th** reorganization committee, General Lewis Fitzgerald, presidio! of the former company being the bidder, for Sfi,0(H),OOO. The Texas divi-ion is to be sold under a similar decree at \Va* o Thursday. \**h Illinois Cml rn I Or i;;iiii/;t; ion. Nkw Yokk, Ort. 20.—Pursuant to the policy adopted a year ago of establishing the president's office and domicil** in Chicago and of electing additional director-resident in Illinois, the management of tin* Illinois Central Ra road com party today at a meeting effected a new organization as follows; President: vie** president, to act in tin* abseil*-*- or disability of th** president and to take charge of treasury and accounting departments: -eeond vie** president, in charge .if the operating an traffic department-: general counselor arni general -elicitor in charge of th** legal department. Th** following officers wen* r* -e'eetcd:    Presi dent, Stuyvant Fish; genera! conn-*- B. F. Ayer: general solicitor. .lame- I-’on-tre--: treasurer. Henry Dc Wolf: se* rotary. Alexander (*. Ha* kstaff. .John C. Welling, of Chicago, who for fifteen years ha- been at th** head counting department, wa- » president. J. T. ii araba* general manager of th** Leu Orleans and To* a- railway, second vice pr**-;dent. Tin DI nrori and -ioun. PASTE THIS IN YOUR HAT. The Republican Majority in the Next House Will be Seventeen. cros-ed over Into Color killing th*- sheep arui < a* the ranchmen ic R*>.‘ governor at once teb-gr ,i Noire, a-king him to th*- Indians dr: **n back. *1 >* ARRANGING THE FAIR. Smith D. fry -lah**** Hi* Kepiitj»tion on fh»* Assertion—The Vmmit <Ti»lr Who Will Sn«< evil Miller" Washington Gossip, [Correspondence o! Th*- Hawk-Eye.] Wa-iiin*. I on. Oct. go.—The republican majority in th** next house of repr**-sentatives will be exactly seventeen. The reader will p!**a-e either paste thi- statement in hi- hat. or hammer it deepsv into hi- memory. The republican majority will be exactly seventeen. That is not a prediction, but a statement of a-«**r-taiued fact. You will find, after .ill *h»* ballots are counted, that the result i- unerringly stated inadvaice. Three mon th-ago, in common with many other republicans. I was willing t<* concede the next hon-** to th** democrat- by about twenty majority. To-day the conditions as **0 changed that I -tat** positively, a- a matter cif belief and ascertained fact, 'hat th** republican majority in the next ho ;-** will b** exactly seventeen. There ha-n't been a member of congress in th:- Ay for the pa- ten day-. ex *epting the members from Main** and oregon, who hav** already he*** elected. A Me^tii*^ *»f the Coloni)>l in F ijmiC n (Jon*mil*-ion «t Chicago. < iii* a*.•*, Oct. IO. A* to-day usee big of the executive commisce of rf world"- fair national commission, Harri of Virginia, offered a resolute*’ w.-he a-s»*d referred to the * onferer.ee o: mittee of the comm "ion lo* a directory directing mittee t<* consider the of appo ut.rig a obit committee of th** two bod rnanently with re atlori to 1 in which tioth fiodi*— id ria' thi- proposition - ado iii the <-re,i' ion of a both board- which wo almost continuous city and would ex ion over all practic of the ex portion aba genera, -ubrnitted a adoption of a -y-tern c administration of the vere iiitere-ted. i pled :* w re-*: body represen tin uld probably b** i a admini-trat lr-. The direct* report urging ti if bureaus for th work of the exp *iti' if 1 )t». lie announced the bm. F. II. Armstrong a-f»e sent to differen apt state - , jf 1 ma hon -tan t* wa il** ar-I vi**e resent . N‘*w 'lifted iud each At a meeting of the Dubuque and Sioux Cit the day E. H. Harri? president, in place of -igiicd, t he o' her office*] ident, E. * Woodruff: De Wolf; secretary, A. road I I.K< - of the later in **!ect‘**l \\ Knight - being vie** * tr<*;i-ur<*r. ll* I. Hack stab’. re- ( iiHiigc- Made in Iowa for the Fnding 0<*t*ilier ! S. [Special to The Hawk-Eye.] W v-triM. toN, 0*-t. 2<u—Th** fu postoffice changes w**r«* made i during lh** week ending October I Rostmasters Appoint**d—Carl, county, C. W. Harlow: S* byard county. J. T. Kendall. \\ eek jiiovving in Iowa IS: Adams Kossuth ;p Fired our GENERAL WASHINGTON NEWS. Vlr-. Elizabeth Ca*l.v Stant*»n's Name Proposed for Associate .fust ice. Washington, Oct.. 2o. A local wageworkers' political alliance has presented a petition to President Harrison requesting him to pr*--ent 11* Eliza •♦•th Cadv Stanton to th** -mat the I nit***! Stat**.-as ass*.'duo jus' -place of .Justice Miller, deceased. lame of Mrs. Population Fir Wasiiixo ion. Oct. 2" if ore It has been arranged to run elal excursion train from Waver-tlone, and at lea-; five hun-of our citizens will go with Kind and appropriate badges, etc., trimmed up in ne shape. Such a meeting a-this will be will wax -trong for Col. Henderson and our glorious republican party in this and adjoining districts. The weather for the pa-t week or more lias been very favorable fall weather. Th** fur** part of this week arui th** lather part of last. we had heavy rain, arid sine** a-I Wednesday it has been partly clear and warmer. Fall pastures ar** find and farmer-ar** already in good -hap** for winter. Hog cholera i- creating -one* alarm among our farmer- just now. (.blite a number of fat hogs Ii,ive di>*d lately throughout our county and various remedies are being used to prevent any more of it. Shipments of hogs. cattie, hor-*-- and sheep have been quite heavy from Waverly this month, e-peeial'v hogs. Corn is too high to feed. of the state Wist an in* irree- GREAT GUNS. -'at** of (lr- ut. 47,' •**P Ilurlitig'on'** Merchant*' National Haul \V a-hi no i < >n. Oct. 20-—Th*- comptrol h*r of th** currency to-day authorized th* Merchants' National bank of I Iowa, to extend its corporal** ngton. Hence. «rdi d - 'hi fie th** d th RESPECT FOR MILLER jtaittecon Item,hi: i- tli** -ii |i re ii ic Cl IN’Mux. <),- bled 1 illy an lundr* .orth * me int ; most <*x-•publican t the Mc-■very scc-no agri- >rovisions .-publican COT ■r a’ imissK Mao u I ot I ITV. The i nit* i s issued per- 1 it- not to re- j ; of drawings j y company or ; ran-portation j ii*. Vppointcd by It ar. ijir** for Miller J:-vt.;,-.-d vv a- e Kenny point** norat ;* •'.u: wa lt,.* was a e court he pur-*<*m in which the attorneys court. S. F. an and .Tames A commit tee resolutions if .Justice id the Ti]*.( ting then ad ourncfl r*mher *), vile ti the res* dutiou- r' sported. I ! is expected that a (rtifndanc e of lawyers t lrough- tr country w-j] i be had thei 1. The fi -1 a at noon but being vv thouta F jromodiat ely adjourue* I. The I '‘w'c and J ;-’ie** Brewer had not I rhpd from Keokuk. Iowa . w h ere lr.. nl to att* ti cl their co] league’s Mmpioketa’s I'ostma Washington, IL <o* president to-day signed tlu of I». AV. Trump as postern s] < keta, Iowa. Another Blow tor til NT. w Yuck. Oct. 20. States Expre.-- com par emptury orders to all ag ceive mon**-, tickets or Ii from th** Louisiana Lott* iii any way to assist in h< of lottery bu-iness. Gratifying to A11. The high position attained ^ universal acceptance and approval 01 * pleasant liquid fruit remedy Syrup Figs, a- the most exce known, illustrate the value ties on which it- success is abundantly gratifying to 1 Fig Syrup company. (lot crnor Mill on tin* Slump. A DUANY. NT. Y., Oct. 20.—Governor Hill left here to-day for < leveiand to -peak at differ*-to places in that state on the “democratic principles. When the governor has finished lbs engagement in that state he will go to West \ irginia on a similar errand. \ilvi-e* a Non-rarti/an I’.oanl. CoiAMOUs. Ohio, Oct. 20. Governor * 'amphid i -**nt a special m(- It*.* k Nlaud Arsenal Investijcateil a- t«» (ne I.oration <*f en Oriln-nce Factory. (Special to Th** Hawk-Eye.} D.\ vc. n col; r. la.. Oct. 20.—Saturday th** cnmniis-ioner- appointed by the war department to inspect Indianapolis, St. Rani, Rortiaud, Oregon, San Francisco and Rock Island arsenals and other military posts in the country with a view to 11m milking of a report upon the advisa- Tl»**y Overturn a Stow While al Flay and Keeeive Fatal Huron. DunuqrK. la., Oct. 20.—Two ch; *ir**n of Nicholas Brandt, aged respective v two and three and a half years, were fatally scalded last night. They were 1 playing about a -tov** on which -at. a large pan of boiling water, when they 1 overturned the stove, th** water pouring j over them. One of them lived a few ; hours, the other died this morning. Will Boonk Hood’s Waterloo Meeting, i [Special to The Hawk-Eye.] IU- M**i nj:-. Oct. ,20.—The Young Men'- Republican club have arranged to attend Tom Rood’s meeting at Waterloo , in a body. They have chartered a sp**- I cia! train and will have a big crowd. [ They will take a band and a cannon on a 1 fiat car and boom things on the road. I he National Clirinlian Contention. [Special to The Hawk-Eyf..] lb.- Moines. la., (‘vt. 20. Delegates j to th** national Christian convention ar j I arriving in large numbers. It is ex- ! j tweeted that fully one thousand will be I here by to-morrow. All th** sessions j I will be held in th** new Christian church. | 1 costing s-:(,000, which wa- dedicated j yesterday. Original-Package saloon- still Close*! Des Moist -, Oct. 20.—Thesaloon-mei, of this city ami state are greatly interes-ted in lh**decision rendered by the Kansas j circuit court throw ing open the original- j package houses iii that -tat**. Those in- I terviewed h**r<-    w«*r*- unanimous in the | declaration tiiat they awaited tim division of the case now being tried in th** Arkansas circuit court to decide whether or not they would reopen. ; th** bifeli court of iustice and nearly the ’\ I ole of Franc** had already condemned J Boulanger and it wa- needles** for the j government to prosecute him unless new ttteinpt- were make. No IlivHiries He! ween Irish    ie**. Hams, Oct. 2b. -In an interview today William O'Brien declared lie atta lied no importance to the reports of ! rivalry between Irish societies in tic* ’ cited States Such reports he -aid wen* always -et afloat, on th** eve of th** departure of an Irish mission to thai country. The members of the mission did not intend to interfere with individual rivalries. They were going as a delegate of Farm*!: and th** whole Irish party. O'Brien < ti i * I he wa- confident they would receive the support of Irishmen ii America and the sympathy of th** entire American people. < Ii I* AC, pcka arid Toil lug New Ck-'**:ii;**i Kent** i*. (ti t. Ko. The Ar. h.-<f Santa Fe wffl berri,r through trains between Chicago and St. Louis in connection w th Jacksonville, Southeastern and Toledo. St. L-mi-aud Kansas City about the middle of .November. All arrangements an* completed. MANY INDIANS DYING. Fitiliil Flight of •' *1*->»u(i " lr - c-il Hoi -kins iii Soiiili Ma Mott*. I’ll 1:1:1 . S. IX, Oct. go. — A phy-c if bv rig at Fort Pierre    r*lay    r*-trrrn<*<: from a visit to a barid of Indians twenty-live mil**' from here. whither h * wa--ummoned by a “squaw ti in ” who *n- Congr - ca led U day aft** to be re thousan counted' ing a-si •ornrnitt corn mitt lure fro * 1 -.'ro**-vote anc time, twain, i negroes n«*r th** lit la-t politics VV hill ing all -in this holder-ing. Some th** campal districts, Iv * and irembiti law make' almost depri Two week men will he weeks hen** i; r*on the cr* r.angston. leneral Clar . * ti 'J stated d by rot >riry: and t< tly, as cast * from th* 1- well a- fro Information -Auth C ma a *.f Virgin <-on on Tho that he expo cs- than cig have ab vc’ He i' rece ci .< ^res-’o] :    the natioi if a reliabh* 1 -how- 'hat ’ •* p«*rrn!tt“il - counted t rty ha- split bring < rhi' rn- a, vo rk of organ ./.a :he cornu a report e commit f the Diiml re and Ult* WI the ’an are ai I-, rn *rn ha pen-e hav i- dill -ands they -contr of th* done • ? horn - -eeth-. lifeless -f obice-ay noth-b'Refl to «*r hfitnc hi' . ent zartr xh *d B a •ati* *n tat hen*** •tried man; t of in swinging arid ton- rig [Tide. Content poraneo will be sinking be neat waters of disappoint hop*- ruined ao oitioi r.* candidate' for con for tii* fir t time will - be man c gl Two press 'ag Th -ria rh ’ he lien vvi.0 a md are r*-vi. have ti ation. TI ■st congre lf o pies Arrested. Kl'. Oct. 20.—The Petite Journal I onces th** arrest at Belfort barracks ; e ai the guard named Dietrich and j Iqs sister, who are charged with being I German -pi*-. R'i}ti- o' tile fortifica- ■ lions were found in Dietrich’s house. It I is believed they were in collusion with a Hanoverian -p; named Stahl in divulging , French army secrets t< the German gov- ! eminent. CHEERS FOR GLADSTONE. ».r**«-t Crowd- IVelcnme Him on His Way | to Scotland. London, Del. 20.—Mr. Gladstone will i b** accotnpanied by his wife throughout his tour of Scotland. They left Liverpool this morning. Four hundred persons gathered at th** railway station at Wigan. Mr. Gladsome was heartily rheered. The crowd shouted that they did riot want him to Tnaki* a -peeoh bu* wanted him to reserve his voice in order to bo able to 'peak in Midlothian and demolish the tories. Mr. Gladstone, nevertheless, made a speech, in which he said that Midlothian knew what to do of itself. Nothing wa- loft for him 1 At Br* ere*! at t he station I stone. When Car formed him the entire dred would die off unit* dome for them. Thirt** already dead and mat y mountain fever. Th* »e«*n realizing the new fasting arid ex**.- .t mc g out stint for two morn aud have b id of en of th were di <* redsk '-I— R Ii*.st dan dis until wo hun-lilig w a •‘TU were glam Th th h. aru n h there he tag. •re ied :he *1 a- or twas occ rn year- d that death iller the ’h on d i '***i • he! pies “RACE WAR” IN HANCOCK COUNTY. amt or; wa it roo of t Three I attle Darkie- Expelled from S* bool A Trial w ill I- usee. [Special to Th** Hawk-Eye.] I AllTHAOE. 111., (>rt. *20.—Th** “little red school house’’ :n distri* t No. ;. Durham township, was the seen** of some lit- j tie excitement one day recently. The Rev. Mr. Tolliver, a negro living, as charged, in Henderson comity, ha- been sending hi- three little darky children to day of hi-duty. Within ar tile fatal -truke Miller wa- wel engaged iii th* life was lull of kiint c and paternal conn si friends; and they wen Tile question of the 'n creed to ’his im po I seems to be a sett ! Attorney Genera! Miller, of i wii! re* **ive the appointment event General «>*>il. of \V**'t th- exilic MIKI ii C-il lie- pm . M wh HHV nail . There tion that indiana. In that V rginia. school at No. The director- < if V do in that respect. (on hundreds of per \Y •Otis gath-leorne Mr. Glad-wa- reached, a crowd numbering fifteen hundred p**r-sons wa- found waiting the coming of th** train. Mr Gladstone delivered an addre-s there. In the course of hi- remarks he said In* had no fear for Scotland. and hoped I tty of lundry t<*m for ugh po* mammoth gun more of if 'rn • Dent laxative 1 of the quale based and ar* th. California Cincinnati VI sired in IX* 'AHIRABLE to RECIPROCITY. nth «f>c ♦    at Wash- fr "let.HI from Culta. x, Get. 20.—The state d**-r*M * :\, cl a ropy of the 10 debates recently taken ut®ber of commerce at reference to the McKinley estionof reciprocity. The its transmitted to the ‘r nt rhe coloni**- was a letter from the presi-nff ers, whi* Ii -hows the t‘-i;g sentiment favorable P*octal re;ati ' The state® response I 4"King for "ffestions g' to any -age to the legislature this afternoon recommending tin* passage of a bill for a non-parti/an | board of improvements for and that appointing power bt* pm* the hands of th** mavor. \gMinst Sunday World'** F»*r. Cd nod, Od. 20.—At th;’ regular the Congrega-tionoi minister^ 'a1 committe* meeting o in this city to-day a sp< reported a resolution, which wa -mb >V establishing a and factory at one or the manufacture of the modern i**r ordnance with which our co'i'i— and vessels ar** to he armed and equipped, were lu re and inspected this post. Th*' commission compri-ed ( o -. Win. P. < raghill, of til** corps of en-gine.*r-: Henry \V. Closson, of tiieF**ur;h artillery, and *\ R. Buffington, com-. ma miaul at Springfield arsenal. Massa-i chusetts, and Maj. C. E. Dutton, of the ordnance department. The latter is one j th** I of the men who accompanied Maj. J. f th** j W. Pow*‘!l when he made his world famous explorations of the canon- ; of Colorado river in lsiV.i-70, and Col. Buffington is a prominent, candidate for tin* position of chief of ordinance, and th** inventor of th** Buffington rifle sight on use on the small arms of rho enemy. 'I h** commissioners wert* received by ( oh Whittemore at the arsenal this morning, and. later in th** day were waited upon bv <i do lug a.1 ion of tho business mon at Davenport, Hook Island and "Moline* and a full and comprehensive statement of the advantages possessed by this place, for the purpose mentioned was made by Judge Nathaniel French of this city, on behalf of the tri-cities. After this the entire party to Hie number of over IOO, were driven to the rooms of th** Davenport Business Men’s association, where a splendid banquet was served. The arguments in favor of the location of a million dollar gen factory at this place art* very strong but the result of tie* investigation will not be known for some to come. The resultant advantages accrue to th** entire Mississippi as well a- to tie* cities at thi-The commissioners leave to-night Paul. CASUALTIES. well in the horn* t fn Another Victim of Hi** Syracuse Sy 1;Arr se. N. Y.. Oct. 20. - Ms nan. a domestic, one of til** \ictim- a pen nip iii When J h** wa- r* at England would do rule movcmen' as th** omit ■oun* rv. Edinlmr number va** a lur fir* died bo ffin* tim* , will a j valley point. I for St. ha- ana with r ‘••dlhequ '-’Jit which -’a minister ^Parried by a ;H the chat knee of a declaring against any world’s fair on Sunday. openin I he kes the Gi ven with the United was sent to the a message from cations t Cuban t- J in Cuban tariff. in part:    The Win m;;;„    :i'    ’cropo-.**' by be ^ preeeeded by a "f I'>2, because that ®ent ofUt?«rtWe. obstacles to the h I - Joreign commerce of mj1'- "-    e to the cul- mu-of the ■ Wh “Pikes Peak or Host M xMTor SruiN(.s, < o!., G< t. 2“ t;rst locomotive of the Man. ou Peak Cog-Wheel railway reached summit of Pikes Peak Sui I hoot tober loth. and the last -po-*' A<1 11 this morning. ____________ -Headache. neuralgia. spasms, sleeplessness. * aired ,.y Nervine. Samples free a- J. TE MU. drug stor**. ___ The Daii»'*ge Was Trilling. I Sos VON. DO. 20.—The d*mM«    *j* the Western I »10n teie‘ building when a large iirned out is Des Kennedy at Des Moines, [Special to The Hawk-Eye.] Moines <>('!- JO. —Hon. Robert r Kennedy, of ('bio, held the largest meeting of the campaign in here this everting. The crowded. Hon. E. D. Leland morning Three Hunter,* Drowned. Hanovei:, Mass., Get. 20.—A Ti-dell, his son George, and a named Murphy, ail white iii**!:, ar lieved to have been drowned while iug coots. Their dory came ashore l *-re j yesterday. Two Men Killed hy an Kxplosiott. PiTT-r.rm*, Pa., Oct. 20. The bo cr of a shifting engine at Hi** E /:. furnace, near this city. exploded to-dav. kiting Engineer Flatly and I*' i r * * rn a 1 Met intl. and injuring two others. A X earn Uiuit Hunted. Porn Ilt uoN. Mich.. Oct. 20. — I Ii1' steamer Annie Young, of the Lake Huron Transit, company, took fir** and burned to th** waters edge off Lexington this morning. The steamer Ed. Smith went to lier rescue and took thirteen of her ' rew off and brought them here. Eight of the crew perished A Receiver Appointed. SpuiN*. 1 ii i d, 111.. Get. 20.—To-day in I the Sangamon circuit court, Judge j Creighton appointed Jos. Dickinson, vice ‘ president and general -o!i**it**r of th** St. Louis. Alton and Springfield railway, receiver, on th** application of Johnston Bros. A Caught, contractor-, to the railroad company is indebted Shoji* 10 and who claim the railroad pany is in-olverit. The action i suit of differences among holders. 11 Stand** A lone. There are many blood medicine- ndvcrv- d, hut <>nly one that i- bucked up I tm* cs with ii c* rtiHcatc of t hat one is Dr. Pierce’s Golden cowry, which it; >!«>r!c\ Mf N (NOON, Oft. 20.-‘nisiituents in N* P IV ( H*ii 11 -Morley w Castle addres-ed this even- r g. ll** said Balfour’- arguments in his recent, speecho- were mainly mi>repr**-sentations. Ile reminded Balfour that the disturbance bill, th** arrears bill and ti:** tramways bill were all due to the Parnellite suggestions and the land hill of I --7 was drafted on Hie ba- - of which Parnell suggested. Bal four was responsible for the exceptional oner iv** government and he ought 10 supervise it on the -pot. Merely adhered to his previous assertion that th** police had used excessive force in Tipperary. It w *- no bodily injury, whieh Balfour -aid -ticking plaster would mend, but the -Rug a! insult, which inflamed the people. Such supercilious talk showed that Balfour was unfit to govern. J, on the ground that Mr. Tolliv* r lived in Henderson county ordered th** teacher. Mi-- Della Stone, to forbid the ittle j darkie- attendance from th*- -chook Th J ; she did, dismis-ing them in a firm hut , kindly manner. Mr. Tower ha- bro g!.' suit against Mi-- -tone for expelling hi -children on the ground of color and the c.1 se will he tried at Dallas City next , Saturday. Mr. Tolliver has figured in th** court- on one or two occasions previously but the fact will have ittle to do with ascertaining hi- rights in the [ire--ent matter. SINS AND SINNERS. -cMl*>i» .* Di'p:it«v [Sp*-cial lo Th* Hawk-Eyi-.) Ba- <>. IIL, Oct. 20.—A fatal accident ha- -ettled a dispute of long standing between two families of thi- place. Th** little grandson of C Cachetic was kicked by a horse on Saturday night and physician- pronounced the fracture of th** -kul fata old man Caehenx offered a splendid farm to any physician would -av** the child'- life, but it died this morning. * *1<I man Uacheux ha- had custody of h - grandson fur -mne years, but the Mournings, re ativ*-- if the child, have endeavored to gain po-ses-ion I of the child arid on one occasion made an attempt to obtain the little fellow on the i -treot- of Ba-eo. whieh near v culminar* fl ! in murder. The grief of the aged grand--ire ar the boy’s death i- n*,-*-' 1 t ab * . might I rotary Nob!* general. In Clarkson, ol tary of the -***•111- g**!;t*r ad** attorney Ie might be n the latter 1 f Iowa. won] interior Bu funeral: or S.*. -made attorney event General j beep me se- re-r. first of a . it ly conceded that the pre-i ut will give the vacant assedat itieeship to hi- frier.d arui partner, th --♦•nt attorney g**n**rai. Smi 1 ii lr. Lux. GOVERNOR CAMPBELL'S TRIBULATIONS. Th** Lower Branch of the Legislature Ignores His Message He May Resign. Columbus, (>.. Oct. 20.—The lower branch of the legislature reconvened this afternoon, the senate having adjourned till to-morrow. (. a message to the h refused to recoini; and an adjournmei through. Govern* the action of th* s insult. The mess non-part;>an boar* hat of Mo:ire t*. join :• hi at ion of the even: representative n rh** was found to be one of three who int rod i for** a com mitt* ** “f I ti<>n condemning tin via the mouth of Ro* Cables R*.--k Islam joined In the cry. sentative ha- had a in the busine-— a--o* past. The II**nn*-pi b«*eii discussed by th and again. The gen number of opportt r ; canal—to -ay that y some Mr Mi ha' (her I with (up’inD and at messag Gove an •nor Ca; .vernor Cam jibe , sent I hands, and int louse, but the spe aker : tlie canal to th ze hi' private seer** •tarv associated him? ut motion wa- ru shed J atta* kine the or * 'amp bel I looks 1 upon (•ailing the *>< • peak**r a- a personal i real estate spe* ■age 'ugg**st.‘d th at a j All thi' won!; I of improvement s for! | Mr. ( jointed by tho rn I ay or I where, if e **c’j held in* April. The ! much damage 1 • the s* na'i to-mo; •row. siblv to '’*»p canal and •ation of th •ulation. d amount to a candidate eel. he would I pc •rn* th* ha- \ Train KoOber Capture*!. Bt l id Fontaine, o.. g '. 20. one of the men who robbed he expre-- * ar *>11 the Sandusky train a few \\,*ek- ag -near Tiffin has been captured. The sn-[lect, i- J. F. Smith, of I rb tna. (duo. formerly night operator on the * n*-ilimit i. Sandusky and Cleveland rah He came to Belle Fontaine a few ago and his suspicious action- ' caused his arrest. Three hundred lars in bibs a:;d foi r diamonds found in his possession. 1 Hon c* and nu ernor < >h'o amp Be rat i ti: fall per> •arri >r H< ’.ha u ard de dl Bradv- Cogan rs. The mud-to* rats Hani- effec ad Prim* The D ways ♦•arrv a w ax a ’ a when *ffe* »r h *ron iv en had Ar app 'at. Illinois ie -et*re ikewart lave f*n ra t'd; Kid Mi Mr roan. day- do fli- a rn b ell hi : a •Ii Y er«li*'i. >.—Th** trial of Stt'uhen piton Smith, the Amor-<'harg**d with st**alitig til** whom for 0111-tiu* re- stoc k- wer optn-I writer -ays, that Cuban goods is in ; lie at its very commerce, they o affirm that the the regulator of 01 Ute money ?;Ur-' ' u'il as; England ney market. The law makers fen    ..    th, k,,,1' r 'MIK,- N j;11'  i’Vr: Tbe chamber 0 Ii not he--ult* .c°tnmercia!' last night in graph company number of wir trifling. __ ______ For scrofula in every foriM' ,U'V    It    has    an rilla is a ra«ll<*a!. reliah ** xtn    . • un<**iimli* d record of cure. A #'*50,000 Dry Goods lila/**. sr. Lni I.. OC. 2*..—Fir** thi- in the ary Roods °2aW    7hijjton Brothers, on Broadway at’-U    jj.    .„.k an sod a damage of i politica I Folk county Opera house was j (-onger presided. In introducing Jven-j npdy, he paid a glowing tribute to the I republican party’s record and Iowa-' foremost position. Kennedy mad* a intend id speech and was frequently applauded 'o the echo. He paid a brilliant compliment to John H. <0’ar. He handled the tariff and Lodge btl. in a manner that carried conviction to h<s hearers. _______ A Serious Mine Accident. [Special to The Hawk-Eye.] DKS MOINE-. Oct. 20. At ten oY’ock g while working in the Map!-east of this city. Nels ()1 son had hi of-late. its inannfac-uaran’ce, and Mcolical lus- ,, , ,,........ s    t/Yj .*■ rant eel to ben clit or cure in all diseases for which it is recommend***!, or tnonov paid for it will h*- promptly refunded. It cures all skin, scalp and scrofulous affections. s*m*s and swellings, salt-rheuni, and kinilr***) ailim nts. .-tier this mornii. Grove coal mine _ back broken by the falling avenue, ca All head less Head Henry’* ’.*>0,000. fun* Funeral of John Van Valkenburg. Pout M.uiikon. la.. Ort. :o-r.T.h0 t a! services over the remains of John chancel- imhs to Hoffman’9 Harm; d**r.s. ^ cot* p**- oox. Yan Yalkenburg, past supreme Sor Knights of Pythias of the world, v-ere held Sunday afternoon, hive hunured I Gild Fellows and Knights of Pythias were Favors I iircstri»-t#d Krriprocitv. RknkBEW, Gilt.. Get. 20.—Sir Riel ard Cartwright discussed the trad* relations between Canada and the United Stat* ' before a large audience to-nigh'. He declared the policy of the dominion government in this matter vacillating aud purile and strongly pronounced him-* ’ in favor of unrestricted reciprocity with the United Mates. Th' would be immensely advantageous to the people of Canada. Sleeplessness, nervous prostration, nervous dyspepsia, dullne--. bim*', cured by Dr. Miles’ Nervine. Samples free at J. IL Witte’s drug -tor**. A Senti Lox don. < let . 20 Holmes, alias S iran, w ho wa; J*w**’- belonging to ’ he duke of Edinburg. on May last, resulted ii; the Scotch verdict of “not proven.’’ A \(il**«l Explorer Den*!. London. Get. 20.—Oaplain Sir Richard I Francis Burton, well known for his ex- i ! plorations in Africa and other countries, j died yesterday. A lt;»rk mid I’Terr Lost. London. Get. 20.—The Spatii-h bark I Yi I la Lianes with a crew of twelve men I from Liverpool for Lagun has been lost in a gale off Grime-’ head. II.*- Itecogni/ed til** ItAi/iUaii K**piil»lir. I London. Get. 20.—The pres- association -tate- ti-.a tin* British foreign office ; has formally recognized th*- Brazilian republic. explain Hurt on Dead TTir.-sr. Get. 20.—Captain    Burton oc*tl early tin- morn iug. His body was sent to En fed and. THE QUINCY TRAGEDY. mg que--deela red a-? he did not *d Bouw* ll, e ha*i a con- ItireliMll Ila*! ii Confederate. Woodstock. On*., Dot. 2*Mr- V : Jones had an interview with Bir- h; i day or two ago. They conversed a1 the ea-e and irs a swim to pre-tion- put by her Birt ha emphatically a- he could ’Ii; fire th** -hots whi**h k ’ , leaving her to suppose 1 nut. I I federate. i    - Kilted Hi- Wife. Memphis, Ort. 20. - F. K. IVterson. an , employe of th** Iilinoi- Central railroad, -hot and killed his wife last night. Peterson returned home unexpected and found his wife and S M. Maxwell, a lodger in Peterson*-3 hnu-e. n a • omp o-tnising situation. Peterson j> nuder ar rest. FUv»*l*-*l *»«ilrjr of >furd«-**. Bai.umoue, Oct. 2o.- Mary Metzdt.rd. -tged seventeen, who k,, **d her brother anti Mary Broadwat*m. h**r .tun;. b> putting strychnin** in th ir iii****, [ileadcd guilty wiien arraigned for tna to-day. Sh** was remanded for '*-iii**m-e. destri beyond the pale of po--ib!e red* rnpt and that he is al read) eagerly tun im t ic only thing left for him—that is, I i e-s and pecuniary sv<-e-- THE GALLOW? AW HTS TEEM. wort nr'a! d V Or New Oui. ranga a i**-t***l a few day arrested again the pari-h pr - acccs'*>rh - to th of Police Hen ne ’earned there i- I tive m**n wh** co the villaneous b ■ii n?-"i ...Iv, On* ’he tors are -lion of ti hi od t he i the < rial * to prod ne the entir* .form PEYTON GETS A DIVORCE George JVI. Baker Dead. Boston. Od. 20.—George M. the well-known writer of plays - Baker, dead. Happy indeed are th- homes wh* Garland'' fc*tov.*B and Hanger. M>— Hoot ii F *pires of t lie Wound Recei ved While Killing Her Betrayer. Qt INCY, El., Get. 20.—The sensational double shooting of Snturdav and the death of Dat Price were followed Sunday morning by th** death of Lillie L. Booth. The majority of th*- people are -at is tied thai Price wa- the hetra\er of Mi-' Booth.Th** funerals are appointed bm Tuesday. Word came from Salina, Kan--as. that Price had deserted the daughter *>f a i.-weler of that city. It is probable, however, that Price wouid have married - th** Karns*' girl had be lived, as it wa> I mainly on her account that h** refused to i marry MAs Bootie Vt different time-j money has been offered the friend' 1 of Miss Booth to setRe the ma*- A I’erj.irer Held *« ( 'll if AOD, ( )«'t. g<!. who is charged connection with h of voters, was held to 1 t Ste (ii tm) .I un -Nicholas >enr vvi ti; perjury h** T.aturali/.ati lutist-    l)i-nii>*«    .    the <‘i 11 **' t Ii »• I ;■'*- Him re ll ne mo •horal grand «■ ('em jury in 5-V'O bond 1 missioner Hoyne. A Fxndulxti '.lit-.,it i Ro* he-I i i:. N. Y . Gut. JI. I. S. Emory candidate for cor.gr**" on the workingmen’s ticket sui' ;ded by rutting an artery in hi- right arm and bleeding to doeth her** la-: nigh!. >li**t l»y :* Be jertetl I o\t-r. Santa Bauiiaua, (fa-.. Oct. go. Mary Dez'nell, ag«**i twenty-two. wa- sh*>t and killed th;- afternoon by Ram u*. l.opez whose attent'ohs -he r.o h'-J to r<- **iv*- w rn or Bag a g r I ism -a me -I ii r ..ll Ti lay. Th* ti** mry. jjoi-on iig was a »ndra M i s. Poy ton ado;! cruelty bv - ra.. leg P*-yt.»n. J udgt* IL -Ion an ab-.*!ute iiivto however, -A a' g i,. *, ' tornev f*•* Mr bn! ti ey "ai lire ay •I u* ge i'*> was a.- before .ti erupted •vton and barge of .ping Mr. .Mr. IV) -. i V v i< rial at- W ar.ii rn ; he c ♦•ntirely i>ro« hav** '«*»era! have ro'omn represenU*d have i lertain For ; a- war* If VO Cham dr 1.gi Krrd in Iuillaiu*. HJT. I >*•(. 20. —A' pc **a> M ( no »n<    rat    ♦aJ:a»    rz|    in >lnr •xml Di N VLK. Get. to-day r***« !v••*! ii I; limber ‘lf IV it of? t be'r re-t-rva ' *; BrtUkiiih. J*.—(t*>\ em* 1 (K.per a larg** id been Old had bill and th** emigres- ii iit **ng ii . J • election bib. tended rh** iv Tm 'toTTix fc anet*. 'Til -t> • i is a most to i not improve o i route out that soul** compitum; bor k .tift.vr-]**rts! (iv**' *ry lie*-«*h ;