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Burlington Hawk Eye (Newspaper) - October 25, 1890, Burlington, Iowa PUBLISHED JUNE, 1830.) ^TflANI) OF A MASTER. j s Clarkson’s Work on the Lblicw National Committee. d pf Work anti Devotion to tho ’<* Xn K*tra Sealion of CoiiRVfMt C*n,'#^t‘e lunation in Ohio—Fo-I    litical Gossip. BURLINGTON HAWK-EYE. made by competition, were later received at by the president. It. M BURLINGTON. IOWA. SATURDAY- MORNING, OCTOBER 25, 1890. (PRICE; 15 CENTS PER WEEK debates he \\ bite House York, was elected president for Gie^eW suing year.    u* en- Clmrged With Gefruudh^ ,nUian.( WASHINGTON, Oct. ‘>4 -TH t I, bureau received a cornu]}.!,,, dlan mil. Lacflanibea Indian? ii w. ?r' char,,,,,    ,„v..rn,Jr”.,XrSi Lapointe agency    y with i    lh..'land .tn,rrwp°ndonco of The lla"h-E>"! F^tos. O ■ -ll I- difficult P*"1” raire or io congressional *eai headquarters to Hod the man aiTitirs for the republic int.'*1' entitled to the lands se-m a tier was referred to the the department now in '(.manage ‘IUi" 1W‘ during the present campaign. 1 .-man Cart-r, of Montana, who is in the campaign in his ^ -I left tie’ work here in charge a/- j s. Clarkson. The office of Crv Carter was constantly besieged *£/! aud his re en wa- forever tilled Kile*"- "f ;i!: sra,i"- TbehiR P p , ,,Mjl now. and is used rather L J. ,'pt i'm roo a. thai. a* a workshop. Clarkson occupies a smaller room t back part of tho house, shut in i; sdbic i!:trus■ "ii. lie se.es no-those Iv lie ai H is necessary to ;wd there, in > gout letters of    . direction, which arc in leaving and | .riot degree control mg the cam- | P se distr ts A force of about J J. .ired clerks, whose nimble fingers | instantly busv. nuder ,cel Clarkson, send) daily and nightly. None documents are wasted, are directed to tin vill do the most good. the not lee ted. The special agent of Wisconsin. lira/.ii Will Ut turn the Compliment Washington, Oct. 24.-The department of state is officially advised of the de pat t u re for aew York from Rio De Gamero on Inc 20th inst, of the Brazilian ■ naval division ordered to return the i compliments paid the Brazilian flag by I the United Mates squadron in July last I and bearing a letter and a medal for Lie i president. SPEARER REED IN CHICAGO. An Immense Throng Greets Him at Battery D. T L »    M    ani felted—The Tnrltt and Election Bill,, Considered Governor Hill in Went Virginia—Political News a mar ho0’ 24~SPeaker Reed stole mTI hi i ,cr''"‘,s who were anxious ? ", J I by Sl,1'pin,! a*iletly into tow,, at 9:30 this morning St. Paul and Kale was met. at the of the break er!!.- Ii list' to foment then for they g, »tcre they jgcni'rai puu.c Bon of the ame 9i .hod. aer w hat manner Colonel I larkson ive quiet, he . instruction the. direction out tons of Wanted to Hear Cleveland. Washington, Oct. 24.—A. great crowd waited patiently about the supreme court room all day to hear ex-PresUient Cleveland algic' the case of Peake against the City of New Orleans. The case went over until Monday, however, and Mr Cleveland did not put in an appearance! much to the disappointment of the crowd. Til** Supreme Court Vile*my. 'Va■'Imm.t.on, Get 24.—11 is practically settled that tho vacancy on the supreme bench will not be tilled until after the meeting of congress in December. GOOD NEWS FOR BURLINGTON. cannot nave any conli ut of work being ac-of •fi • I IIH he ai tor too. a: in ne est, gent!*"-et he is for his worn i I COK "TA'1' Iministi Better cub L «•• '■ ti-.-.    » hostaiasU :' -"‘■i v it of the party. rn idininistration mat' ■"    - it, nobody ba id iou of U;s" |t ' ■•verk i - here wit I bs mmediate month. Ii is ; '!' i enate to p: ebn if dc* I iH.-r " C. ki i.3‘ ie ii ber a; jk-'i...... lie be ;a republic; ira. cur lie extra -< do so. True, ■rill not aid in the t will strength . ithe ,‘Xtra >•— ■:: lit wi I i;*' - ■ I i d Merii.g and pa jpr a i' An ! of their right ID. ll. V. Hoy-erml-GazetU He says tm I the repute: i'i"''.k.; year in *p a* of the . The only (Krats of the ecu to rv believed that they i nearly all of the re ■ has only solidified I" •Whom the :.at t uiia ■.trot:! natb od I" r if I r ii man is i> one of timing of and ener-ul execu-' entitled .ignition, and r could have if first a-sist-tcnder*‘d him i; an i, for the epte.d it, aud lf. The prcs-ot shown an !\ one! Cl ark-card him inti-ion. Ile goes to party, and Proposed Purchase of the Toledo, Peoria and Western Head by the Pennsylvania. [Special to The Hawk-Eye.} Si. Loi is, Oct. 24.—The Pennsylvania officials on their western tour have been making a cartful investigation of the Toledo. Peoria and Western and it is -aid a deal is on for the purchase of the Toledo, Peoria and Western by the Pennsylvania. ’This would give the I eni.sv v ,i nu .iMother MI ssi * si p p i ricer crossing about midway between Chicago and St. Louis. The Pennsylvania directors and officials arrived here yester-their special train Hon from Peoria, stern limit of their 'which is an annual nes controlled great Pennsyl- day morning in over the lim Sin) This was the we tour uf tUsl'eqjjon, affair, cover in* all bv or connetted v. ii the ! h the III ti! ■101 session o; con-rIm" * lections lent. is in favor bch and wants Having been a himself. Presi-'tting sins univ. the sins of Amotion and mul-that the senate, orit.y, van pass the and he intends to in ord‘*r that they the passage of the present campaign; en the hands and workers to, know WI I be caded, aud fur the purpose of the b tm Cit ' lien: ■ ■ r ( tin »di fcct.-d mocrati r of Ohio an when the Ion meets \ candida1 mg me DHI which an citizens in the ex-■ on American soil. on. of the Cincinnati has returned from re is no reason ot sweep Ohio democratic ger-Aronghold the had. was Ohio, had gerryinan-pu bl G ans out of • nd that their and strength-i’ty of Ohio and Ma or Mclvin-o congress, al-iegishiture put jct. He will be ll then be made ok out for him republican national to nominate a presi-Wat h McKinley. Smith I). Fry. vama system. I he party—including President ll borts, the directors, aud tho principal officer*—took break'ast on the train before crossing the Eads bridge, and upon their arrival at the Union depot they were driven to the Southern hotel, where they were received by the Vandalia officials. President McKee n General Manager Williams, Assistant General Manager Hill, Col. W. IU Weiherell, General Freight Agent Hibbard and General Passenger Agent Chesbrouffh. They were subsequently ‘ taken in charge by Major Rainwater and ' the directors of the Merchants’ Bridge Senator company and driven over the new tor- i int na I from the Frisco depot to the briiige. After looking over the property carefully and being shown the location of recent purchases of five blocks of land secured in the interest of the Pennsylvania company. a special train carried them across the bridge and over the East St. Louis terminals. over the Chicago, sas City railroad.    Ile ,    , ... depot by Congressman Adams and Long ’ Jones, who took him in a carriage to the home former,    where the two ha< rast.    I    his course was taken    so ,♦    »    g,ve, the speaker time    to r« s^ ne ore his reception and speech-making later in the day. and also afford him an opportunity to see Chicago. He was driven about the city for an hour and expressed great pleasure in what he saw. I his afternoon the speaker held a reception at the Union League club to the members of the club and was afterwards banqueted there. The accommodations for the largest political gathering in Chicago had to be doubled to-night to make room for the throng that attempted to hear Speaker Reed. The doors were locked at Battery I) armory fully an hour before the beginning of the meeting and over six thousand people were then inside, while hundreds were patiently waiting in the Second Regiment armory next door where an overflow meeting was held. \\ hen several hundred members of the I cion \ eteran association with banners Hying entered the hall as an escort to Reed, remarkable enthusiasm was manifested. He was accompanied by Senators h arwelland Cullom, Congressmen Mason. Adams and Butterwort!) and many other well known gentlemen. Mr. Reed spoke at length on tin* elections question, the McKinley bill and other work of tin* present congress. Contrasting the two great parties, he said the republican party achieves; the democratic party finds fault. Not having anything to do, it follows that, the democrats are not under necessity of being consistent. The democratic platform lias the advantage over the republican in its method of argument—that of simplicity. I hey simply have to pass on what th*' republicans do and account for all the misfortunes of the world by means of the acts of the republican party. The speaker further asserted that there is not a single thine the republican party has done has not within two to five years received either a tacit or vociferous approval of the democracy. In view of this he thought we need not tremble for the future. The speaker also addressed the overflow meeting briefly. E. Elliott president, hut she declined to accept the office, as she intends to appear as a public speaker in the temperance cause and could not attend to the duties as president properly. Mrs. Martha A. Dietz was then selected. All the other officers were re-elected. at Macon) l>. Macomb, 111., Oct. 24.—The Hon. ! William II. (rest, of Rock Island, the re- ■ publican nominee for congressman from the eleventh district, addressed the first j political meeting of the present campaign at the opera house hero last night. The hall was crowded to overflowing, and many were unable to gain admission. His speech related mostly n the legislation of the last congress, the silver, tariff, and pension laws. This was Mr. Gest s first speech in Macomb, though he has represented the district twice in congress, and it, was well received. MANY FAILURES EXPECTED. Excitement in Portugal Over the Decline of Funds in London. Kugliiih Broken* Demand Fifty Per Cent to Take the l.imu—British Liberal* May Bolt—More Arrent# of Prominent Iriehineu. AFTER BRAZELL’S MURDERERS. Si* Men Pinier Arrest—Two of Them I«leu-tilie«l by a Witneita. ( JI ic ago, Oct. 24.—Si' men are in custody on suspicion of having been the murderers of Michael Brazen, at Des Plaines, Wednesday night. 'Three of them have proven apparent alibis and the others claim to know nothing whatever of the affair. James Farrell, 'Thomas Costello and Thomas Fowler were arrested yesterday while, coming into Chicago on a freight train. The fir*t two assert they have been working for the Northwestern railroad at Fairview, Wisconsin, and Fowler says he has worked at Appleton, Wisconsin, as a weaver. John Murphy, Frank Burns and Thomas Sye, the other three who were arrested near Des Plaines yesterday, have proved an alibi by a bartender here, who says they took a drink Wednesday night in his saloon. But Mrs. Hohcn identified M urphy arm Burns a* two of the men she saw running away from the barn when tin- murder was committed. A NOVEL GHOST STORY. ill rn, ILLINOIS POLITICS. Cullom Speak* on the School Question at Monmouth. Monmoptii, III., Oct. 24.—Senator Cullom spoke to an audience of fifteen hundred people here last night, explaining republican methods and measures in the last congress. He began with a glowing tribute to Judge Gest, who represents this district. Though an “off” year, he urged the importance of the election At three o clock they boarded their , and wanted every republican own train at the Relay depot and left for I Terre Haute. Indiana. There is no ! question that the opening up of The Mer-j chants” Terminal line will bring the : Pennsylvania into closer relation- with 1st. Louis, and they w ill not be slow in ; establishing their own freight on this side of the river. It is ■ here that the Pennsylvania company is seeking to strengthen its foothold in the I Mississippi valley and the acquisition of ! the Toledo. Peoria A Western is an irn-j portant step in that direction. to vote for ?. On the A Circut RAILROAD MATTERS. Report NICKEL FOR ARMOR PLATES. Coner*- sinnttl notated the >1 , 'Ton, Od of recent tes P1 ‘ Ste SI iii 0 astral; a of ti; ii steel a ny an Ration by >; RTS E Hi '* I had ti). , It :carlo-i depart mea K into the i ar X i'»pr«> print ion Mu* rk** Astonishingly. , 24.—Add! Iona! re-- -'f armor plate at >rmng to light. The 'superiority of the I the immediate appress of a million -Ise of a quantity of to alloy naval steel of stimulating the unusai degree. The ad hardly begun to ul t of nickel on the it was found chat the re-had been seized upon remarkalUe celerity and was to be a keen com-Iready noted Scarcity of Mort hem Mason City. la., O great scarcity of .ears and from many of the urgent appeals for relief to the imad officer- on Farmers have taken present high pri ol and have crowded the utmost < apaeity. Fie flowing over, aud bu-n a standstill. Ran way ire rh at which mat they nlsh cars.    ___ Freight on Cheetie Reduced. Dr- Moi NKS, Or;. 24.—The railroad i commi--;< iiers made an important deci- I -ion tiii- mon ira ■ a via IWD.. fof It/' Ko here the roils n ther worp ^ -sped he me used tinada J. Fro ;cial way to I however, tiler meta! exists >,s of great va ■ a nough for ;gs the a-< ’ive their lo !i-: ? to de vc I department lr*y confide Nrket price counters* qfrom dome- steady demand. a rumor of “eor-iforting to the offi-get an adequate fair prices. All of las been produced the nearest source rmation coining in the department it - a probability his country in It is asserted exist in Vir- - reasons, p--r-refuse to defi- eheese from For months been ll nod in figures ti) t should be dairymen ti e and York. ng when they changed nd to third-class freight. use manufacturers have • board with facts and the effect that the change made si> as to allow Iowa to conine)e with those of mid- Gest, Amberg, and Edward school question he said: “I appeal to you regardless of politics to support.the common schools of our -tate. A secret movement of parties opposed to education in the English lan-terminus j nauge and against patriotism has been set believed J afoot—of what extent I do not know—to repeal the compulsory education lawn I took the ground long ago when I was governor of this state, and I take it now, In favor of compulsory education. Education is necessary to the life of the republican government, and when the people pay si!.OOO,ooh for education they should see that it goes as far as possible toward the education of the children to become honest and patriotic citizens. “I make no war on private schools, and I arn proud of the colleges of this -tate, but I want every child of the republic to study the English language.” The senator explained the McKinley law. taking the ground that it wa- a benefit to the fanner and laborer. He claimed the republicans had fulfilled every promise made in the Chicago platform in passing ' the silver, pension and tariff bills. lie was in favor of Mr. Blaine's reciprocity with Latin America, but not with Canada, as he wanted that country to eventually come into the union, and the best way to get it was to show its people what a vast advantage it would be to them. Ile closed by proposing three cheers for Judge <«est. which were heartily given. Schmidt Didn’t Uke It and Sued Mr#. Mnrowit/ Tor Telling It. Chicago. Get. 24.—Mrs. Wilhelmina Schmidt didn't get one penny in her -20,-000 suit for slander against her neighbor, Mrs. Caroline Marowitz, the jury in Judge Clifford's court returning a verdict of not guilty this morning. The parties ar** wealthy Germans residing at Turner Bark. and Mrs. Schmidt declared that her neighbor had circulated the story that the plaintiff had killed her husbands first wife and burled her under tlie house. She said that Mrs. Marowitz claimed to have gotten her information from a spiritually or fortune-teller w’ho went into a trance for the purpose of locating Mrs. Marowitz’s lost cows. The cows were discovered by the fortuneteller. and she located them over the grave of Mrs. Schmidt. No. I, where two white ghosts stood and informed the lady that Mrs. Schmidt had committed the horrible crime. UP IN A BALLOON. Queer Bridal .lonruey Made at Bn Alabama Fair. Bikmingham. Ala., Oct. *?4.— At the state fair to-day Thomas J. Mins and Miss Gertrude Pitman, of Brewton, Alabama, were married in front of the grand stand in the presence of ten thousand people.    The    young couple then stepped    into    the car of a balloon and, with Aeronaut Baldwin, sailed off on their bridal tour. The baloon was la-t seen this afternoon heading for the mountaineous region of Shelby county. The young couple will get a purse of >250 a large number of presents. The    bridal    couple finally landed od top of a mountain seventeen miles from Birmingham safe aud sound. London, Get. 24.—Consternation prevails at Lisbon and business is almud at a standstill because of the serious decline of Portuguese funds on the London stock market Difficulty is experienced in securing the discount of bills, and large failures are apprehended as a result of the prevailing feeling of insecurity. On the English market brokers demanded 50 per cent to take the loan. The belief prevails among the best informed London business men that, a revolution involving a commercial crisis is imminent iu Portugal. The ministry recently formed is only a makeshift and cannot last. It is composed of men of no position or authority -elected from three or four groups of the two leading parties in tile certes, and lias no policy except an agreement to do nothing involving the great issues dividing the parties. No man of any weight would accept a portfolio in it. It has practically torn up the Anglo-Portuguese agreement in deference to the popular clamor, but has no proposition to submit Instead of it. Lord Salisbury takes no notice of this, but goes on enforcing the agreement in Africa and news is daily j expected that will arouse the anger of j the populace to fury. Then the expected revolution will come. The whole army and navy, and even the Lisbon police force, are honeycombed with disaffection, and the -ick young king may expect at any moment to be deposed and sent in o exile. Whatever the outcome may be. it will paralyze business in Portugal for the moment and moneyed men in London will not now' invest a shilling. the banking firm of Drexel, Morgan ,v Co. 'I’lie accused were remanded. The conspiracy Is a gigantic one. Accomplices of the forgers have been arrested at Liege. Madrid, and Marseilles. The tools used in making the letters of ere lit wmre found in Johnson’s possession. A PITILESS STORM. The AtlMiitle Coant Scourged by m North. v*enter— Mach Damage Done to Ship. Ping. Nkw York, Oct. 24.—This city was pelted la.-t night and to-day with one of the most pitiless >torms which it has endured in many a day. A fierce northeasterly gale drove the heavy rain in almost horizontal sheet* rendering umbrellas of little use. This morning reports of damage along the coast began to come in, but it is feared the worst will not be known until to-morrow. CRASHED THROUGH A BRIDGE Serious Railroad Wreck at Center Grove, Iowa. Young I >**l KHIfft aud 'even Men Serl-ou*Iy Wounded—A Broken (tar-Trnrk \V»* the Caille of the Dinaster— General Iowa Jicwit. [Special to The Ha wk-Eye.} Di nt ql’K. la., (let. 21. A most di.-is-trous railroad wreck occurred this evening or: tile Illinoi* Central, at Center Grove, a small station Mx miles west of this city A heavy freight train loaded with arain and stock w'a* cros-ing the view of simplifying the work. J. IL Coutts was elected chairman and Henry C. Struck, Jr.. secretary. A ominittee was appointed to examine the hooks in the different off! es and -elect such as they recommended for general adoption. Will Lay a Cofjnkk Stone.—Gov. Boie- ha- accepted an invitation Ut lay the corner store of the Bohemian Sia von ic Benevolent society building at Ce dar will Rapids. be put October up bj the and wi The building Prokop Velky ll co-t between IENDI.K-*.—The he friendle-s is and na- been a good deal of a*t year. The ......    ,    ,    iron bridge at that place when one of the Along the New Jersey coast the wires j lrn(.k broke and catching in the stringers of one of the spans pulled it off its abutt- •• The ll (iud w ritlng on the Wall.” London, Oct. 24.—Mr. Gladstone’s utterances in favor of an eight-hour system provoked considerable unfovorable comment among the manufacturing element of the liberal party and aroused murmurs of di-approval iii other circles, including the belief that many politicians of the old Manchester school will secedt from the party upon that i*-ue. It i-yet too early, however, to note the full effect of the ex-premier’s expression of his views or to estimate the strength of the adverse feeling engendered thereby. A number of speakers have been sent from Ireland to England and Scotland under tile auspices of the Irish Presbyterians to advocate the maintenance of the union and oppose home rule The Ulster orangemen fully appreciate the gradual change of public J driveway sentiment in England and Scotland iii sa,1 havoc, favor of Irish home rule that hasbeen going on for some time past, and are keenly alive to the importance of che k- are down and several vessels are ashore while other* have been driven from their course. Very high tide* resulted from tile storm. Several small boat* wer* capsized oil Long Bran Ii. but th- occupants were rescued. The storm did considerable damage- in Brooklyn this morning A four-story brick building in Hie course of erection wa- b*ow n down and John Lindsay, a passer by, wa* buried in the ruins. His injuries are fatal. The damage to the building is -5,000. The Storm 'fur Boston. Boston, Oct. 24 —The most violent northeast storm prevailed in this vicinity all day. At Revere beach the wind and high tide played sad havoc. The Woburn house wa* lifted from it- foundation and settled deep in tin- -and. Many other building* are partially wrei ked. Several small vessels were driven ashore, but no fatalities are yet reported. Along tie-south shore the -torm i* reported a- th* most severe since I*- . and seems to ie* increasing in fury to-nlgh . Five sloops broke from ’heir mooring-in Dorchester bay arid were blown away to-night. \t Scituate tile wharve- wen flooded ai d [tart of Front -’roe! is .r d- r water. Late to-night th* wind is decreasing. Th** storm is unusually heavy in Southern Vermont. Brattleboro r« - | nient. It fell with j it. six car* of grain. I car- left the track. I contained valuable ho j pendent;** race* and t i been considerable, j being constructed lo replace th i and tirty men were working x crash laking with None of the stock A number of them torsos from the Inde-he loss would have 'I hp bridge was old one on and lodge of that city, *1'.OOO and Si 8,‘)00. Home fob the Fh Cedar Rapids home for in a flourishing cond)tint the mean- of alleviating suffering during the j average number u' it ti a’* - ’a. ■' are of wa* eighteen. Lark donation* cf dry go«*d*, clothing, groceries, etc., helped the management out nicely. A Buttal Driver—At Centon, ol Wednesday, a little *on of Mr*, peter Lundgrer wa* knocked down aud rim H over by a wagon which wa" loaded with wet -lab-wood, eon— quent'y very heavy, and it is alleged that the driver -aw the child under the wheel- and felt, the Jolt a* the wheels went over his body, but he under it. Nearly all of them got out. Robert Really, the fifteen-y*-ar-old son of the bridge watchman w-a- killed, and rive men. Dan Dougherty. Hugh Connor-. J Im WoifT. Miles Winter* and Jerry M< (iowan, were **-riou* y injured None of the injured, however, will die. IOWA BAPTISTS. neither *topp*-d nor pa. but drove on. leaving th the road. The Staid Y. P. !• -tate convention of Lh* just closed at officer- w*-re e Peterson. B oo Caruthers, I any attention, hild lying .n C. Y. E. at tor a foreign land wa Baptist sta' . Such an history of *ars. The Moore, of . The :o repo to rd axin the four y P**!i ll if one-haif inches of rail ports two and and sti'l raining. Along the New -l*-rs* v Cohhi. A*m r.Y Park. N. J., 0“t. 21.—The New Jersey Coast towns are receiving their full -hare of ie- ere northwesterly storm. The damage done fo the shore towns from Sandy Hook to Bame-gate inlet by the -torm and heavv tide* will amount to thousand* of del ar-. Tri** most severe damage was done a. Monmouth Beach. The sea cut a large gap into the bluff and made a clean sweep aero-* the driveway thirty feet wide. At Seabright the waves cla*hed up over the breakwater and into th*-basement of the hotel. AH along th* Shrewsbury river, oti the other *iue of the high Ode ha- w rought Everything in reach i* swept away.    Boat hot -***, .* ,tnn;i*r houses and stables could ai! b*- set a, either adrift or standing in from eight The New Jersey i* washed out so that traffic is suspended. Al n*toiinry to Art-aii; -el«*r?**‘l Kt**l Oak Convention. Rid Oak, la., Oct. 21.—A mis.-ionary was selected by the convention here yt-*-**vent has not occurred the *oeiety for twenty* in --unary is the Rev. of Waverly. H<- go*-* to morning -e-*ion was dels of committees, the selec-) and other business. A •»"< u i,- were adopted, one requesting that the * closed Sundays. Another -tate prohibitory law- and .(port to th* State Temperance J. McCrary wa* re-elected for the ensuing y* ar. The . II. Strickland, of Sioux City, lev. LL Rarabach, of Daven-eiected vice-presidents: the iirden, of Washington, -e, rotary: the Rev. j-'. M. Ei-Vinto--, sunday -chool *ecre-Smith, of Washington, a--i*t- »>rinne! Cted:    F ■»; secrets lh- Moire rd. De* M< Frank Parc B. M Bae. Hick-. Deli ‘he At the . C. E Dowing resident, E. D ry, Mi.** France* *; trea*urer, D. ines; first vire-ri*. Burlington. Cedar Rapids; wee; fourth, T. Mis- W. Crav.-f president, second. J. third. N. I C. Kenworthy. Hubbard; fifth. Monte'ten. Ct-dar Rapid-: sixth. R* Ms- y. < cair*-: seventh, S N. Spott? Moines; eighth. T. S. Sen-eruan, iington. SWmn Cr . E. Dell ,r- tb rn I Assaut I voted to j t ion of < J namb-r I among | world * fair b ! endorsed the pledged ? : alliance, j president I Rev. Dr. I and the j port, we ! Rev. N. ■ missionary dridge. of ! tary; F H H. ma; B. sr* .ar r meeting war Thursday et curing pier sugar beet-I -lar d - gal proposition Sim x City t >! '.0,000 in ( guarantee be raised in th* farmers were e no trouble in g required numb* in? a com mi tut prepared to pci I DRY ’ •id a* ing for * from ‘ne cr? T. ufa na h and real 2,oo ■ a1're* in*- ing it ere it ie* too late. The Eccles elec- j po    *en    water, tion has had a very depressing effect    an<4 Southern road    is upon the un’onist element, both in England and lr* land, who are not so blind as to be unable to see the “handwriting on the wail,” and a vigorous anti-home rule campaign is to be inaugurated in the Engl’sh and Scottish constituencies. I ant secretary: E. E. Lew -, of Sioux I City. trea*ur*-r. A beard of manager* j con-isting of forty members was selected. ! A committee of five, with th** Rev. Dr. Stebon, of De* Moines, as chapman, wa* I appointed to prepare a special program I for next year’s meeting, which will be th*- -emi-eentennia1 an kver-ary. The meeting w i be held at Marshalltown. Tn the afternoon the Rev. G. F. Holt. j of Waterloo, read t he report of the corn-i mi tee on home mi**loi - and made an of th*- Home Mi.-*ion A Prize C bv the El.go -The •cede < >xnard, the Grand • .re-r. ha rn a/i** a a plant at South ).“) * for a bon us of *tate and a ’ beet- will year. The d there was o pledge the rid ay morn-*rand Island tee do nd for ap awarded ire horses to the best a nd 'arge*t di-p ay of those animals at * he last state fair La* b en re ce ive :d from El .gland anc i is to bi e seen at the Office * _ t Secretary j S'.aff" ir 1 La tno stat*- house Des Moil ie*. It d very • I, wa* made UNDER GLORIOUS ENGLISH RULE. is a owa, Cars Iowa. ?. 24.—Then in northern smaller towns are pouring in the various roads, advantage of the grain and stock railroad* to their ators are full and ie*- just now i* at managers claim they can to fnr- Tht* Quest Pm of Federation. Pittsburg, Oct. 24.—It is learned thi* [ evening that at yesterday’* session of - engineers the committee on federation j submitted majority and minority reports. * Tile majority recommended federation ; with railway employes in general, while I the minority was opposed to affiliating with other organizations in any manner i or form. After considerable discussion I the question of accepting the report was [ put to vote and was defeated. The I matter was then referred back to the committee and the question of federation | remains in skittle '/ie*. The Brotherhood had a secret meeting this afternoon. It was learned, however. that the organization had lived up to its promise, when Chief Arthur consented to remain at its head. A. B. Youngson. of Meadville, Pennsylvania, hasbeen elect*-*! assistant to grand chief. Prominent Irishmen Arrented for Ai»-gfiultlng Tipperary Police. Tipperary, Oct. 24.—Summonses have been served upon Harrison, a member of the house of commons for the middle division of Tipperary, Michael O'Brien, Dalton and upon a number of other persons on th** charge of assaulting the police at the time of the opening of the conspiracy trial. Father Humphreys, who i- one of the defendants in the con-*piraey ca**- and who wa* yesterday *--n-tenced to pay a fine of £20 or stand committed for six months for a*saulting a policeman’s wife, ha* made application for a summons against Balfour. The magistrate refused to issue the summons The Tipperary sureties of Dillon and O’Brien sent a telegram to the latter wishing them God *peed and saying they are proud to bear the responsibility of their exploit. BALFOUR WANTS OCULAR PROOF. A Steam Yacht Wrecked. Ln< I st Valley, L. I., Oct. 24.—E. D. Morgan’s large steam yaeh’ Katrina, bound from Newport. Rhode Island, for New York, with it* owner and a crew of sixty men on board, rat: on a rock one hundred yard- from Matinecock Point, Long Island, at 3:20 thi* morning, and the ves*el filled rapidly and sank. Morgan and a1! the others aboard reached Matinecock Point safely. Morgan's forty-foot yacht, which wa* in tow of th** Katrina, with three *ailor* on board, wa-cut adrift and nothing has yet been heard from her. The accident - due lethe heavy storm. A Four-Master Ani* >r*- Xew York, Oct. 24 —A dispatch from far Rockaway to-night .-ay* a arg" ocean steamship is ashore beyond Lone lh-a* The steamer is report d to be a foi add re** on the wor! society in the west.. A spe by the Rev. F. M. Archer, of Grundy Center, and thi* was fellowed by an address by the Rev. Dr. William M* Hatch. of Chicago, on '‘The Gospel and Free In*titutior.s.” Th*' Rev. T. W. Parson*, of Glenwood, presented the report of the committee on foreign missions. An ad-dres* on foreign mission work wa* made by Dr. Tolman. of Chicago, and this waffle setting apart of the Rev. of Waverly, a* mi*-ionary ma*ted vessel, and . be the Obdam. fror wa* expected Wedn* is thought Rotterdai ■day. h. ir-le may which follow*.d by Penn Moon to A**a:n. Last ever convention Eldridge, c port of Sun dre* Griffith Bi ac kb Dr. J. the yr annual title piece of work, sta'ding a?*-*ut two* feet high. made of *o ti * ;ver. lined with go *1. and highly ornamented, it* value is >1,0* ' . It ba- rather the -Liao** of ar; ire and - el -gau'. in oe-.gn and workmanship. On one side of the body of the cup i* engraved- “Pre- -ated to the Engl .sh breeae* M. Fields and nr • for the ;>e*t and above breed at the Iowa state Moi ne*. September. I"* . ” Ai other side i* e .#r ,ved:    “Inte Shire Horse ('hale t.sre Cup.” elegant ana co- y prei . um. A Stoic n Chi wife of N. J. Dubuque I ire shire horses to I* ■, of Cedar Rapids, gest display of the air, De* I on tb« national It is an ST mg wa- lay •- wer. urn. MUCH PROPERTY BURNED. M* bm me*- roin II** start* on tempt i-tem states es nee a 11 v New Not INV A X>\ ILI.! announcement trouble til re. *>*-! 11 o«I A et. Iud., * let. 21. —To-day's if th*' settlement of the the Mackay Lines was pretoa-[ i a.— d‘ vc loped since that the matt' hour con s i of th ar< exp* r is stu to-night nation bu ■ sentim waiting 1 ct that no I in abeyance. At a late the officials are still in t, nothing could be learned rut prevailing. The men uictly for the verdict and trouble will ensue. One cc '•se mini r- are enharn nickel >y an arces. rn patly i* *-» the hopeful emeut of will be increased Iii Important PID ADI T RH! \    (let- ant announcement was noont hat an a railroad syndi tere*t* had hereafter the Vlllance. 2 4. --The import-made this after-|1 iacce between th** Reading cate and the Vanderbilt in-fiiialiv been effected and Vanderbilt* will be repro- Tlie Mouk# Will Vote. (filii ago, Oct. 24.—Ail Inter-Oocnn special says:    Thirty-two    monk* and priests from the Capuchin Monastery of St. Fraud*, on the North Side, have been registered a* voter* in the third precinct of the Sixth ward. The monastery has been e.-tablished in the city for years, but such a thing as the monks taking part in an ejection has never occurred before. The brown-hooded friar* are rarely seen on the streets, aud spend most of their time in the seclusion of the cloisters, which are located in a queer old building on top of a hill at the corner of Fourth and Harmon streets. Now, however, their votes are wanted for the assistance of Mr. Peck. Monsignor Zei-ninger, administrator of this diocese, pending the appointment of Archbishop I lei.**' successor, admitted that it was an unusual thing for monks to vote. “But.” he addl'd, “that only shows that they are taking more interest in this campaign than usual.”    _ ^WARDING war veterans. sooted in and take a prominent part in the Reading management. Hill in West Virginia. Wheeling, W. Va.. Oct. 24. Gov r *n for Twenty Civ.- Million Dolors i* pay Pension*. KOTOS. O n I V lb;: to-da y >!;ry dip* do..ar* • ‘Under ti tho**' 1 two ni mad, 'lit f< of The pension jUi*ition upon r twenty-five ‘ ie payment of I line 27. 1890, | ' old law*, for i nth.' washington news. India *ota: and to-day had Bishop j Bishop | Bishop | inter- School* in the West (M’ ••—Arch "Ie- l*/t,f    ’'linn* ft: 0i *01hU Dakota; DI K, of Dill ,r (7lj“’ary Nob;*' and Acting IO? f, V.'U• I poll the sub-^ * ..an sri:,", - iu northwest. itot-u- ' "ai sister* who had lo!jf, '' uiV bu Mary sand Si. John s fi'ar.n*.'.r'I 011 tli<‘ ’Unrile Mountain darner*5110 w*10 w"re empi°y(‘d a* ' i Wf- !',\'tructurs when these Mors-, ^C0Rtitiued by Coin rn is-a ' oe Per®itted to preserve n-.ty aerlusion. Secretary *ot    t'i0m    that    the    superin- u *an schools had already permit the ■aster* to i eructed )*art from tWother teachers. SlKcr Purt-haKes. '".'j'    24.—Notice was having'Umt thp y,,as,;r>’ de par t-Ofsi'vp * a 0Ver Ueb°'°bO kinase wtMClurinK lhe month, forth-umn lbe °nventi I P lo-day ’WORLD’S FAIR MATTERS. The Committee on Fine Arts VVHnt* nj Separate Biiretm. \*fw York. Oct. 24.—The joint com- j mute on !U,o ar", rn,isle “".J dram of th: world's fair this morning adopted a resolution that it wa* the sense of the committee that the bureau of fine arts S cc id dc   Hi dist.rct Iron. the ( ii resin (it mis.ic nod drama, and -he -aid bsircats oi" me arr, should bs: rosirlcted to the subject of flue art* proper. SENATOR BLACKBURN^ INJURIES. They Are Seri»u#-Me May Ln*e Min Left Arm. V FU.* XI I.LL*. EV.. Got. 2 !. — that Senator Blackburn suffered danger ohs internal injuries in tho tunaway * c.ident near here ye*t* rday J v'” .J iii this morning and his friends fear the outcome. A! best, he will probably lo-e his left arm entirely. _ Mormon* Arrested. of^MorruonV fnr ‘iinUi^^l’U'ha^taticm have been reported In the    n‘ Among them is Bishop San Pete county, who seven wive*, lh jury J or sonzen, of is said to have was held to the rraud ■sc..;' I ut er-Seminnry Mi#*ion»ry Alliance. od At to-days se*- ii i-M l'‘'’    '    ”    7    inter-Seminary -ion of the American 1 . th(, hij. Missionary Alliance reports Dom ^ . f* rent seminaries were very t-ue    nj)er showing a large increase in 1 home of graduates who go to foreign and nome Hill and party arrived in Wheeling this : afternoon On the way from Massillon. > Ohio, crowds thronged the stations and cheered the governor as he passed through. On his arrival here a large crowd met him and escorted him to the hotel where a reception was held lasting three hours during which the prominent democrats of the state paid their respects The governor spoke in the opera house to-night to an audience only limited by the capacity of th** hall, ing on the tariff and other issues of the campaign.  __ McKinley DHI It. Logansport, Ind., Oct. 24,-Schuyler Powell, an. extensive stone manufacturer, has begun the erection of a plant for cutting and dressing granite, and Im”,MOV fifty mon. Ile has hereto-fore had this work done in Scotland, but the increase of twenty per cent in the ...riff by the McKinley bill enables him to pay American wages, and the work will hereafter be done in this city. Dover un rCB rn p !»e 11 Triumph*. Cot rM«u*, Od. 24.—The extra session Lf the legislature, called by Governor I campbell to consider the alleged cor-I ruction in the municipal boards at Cln-S ,*i r(included its business this aft<*r- I noon ami adjourned. The bill became a 1 Iaw providing for a non-partisan hoard j of improvements (or nntdnnati.^ o^o I S'April when the” successors shall , be elected.   —^ of okl_ How Severe Col ii* are llroken Up in Montana. From the Virginia City (M out.) Madisonian. When we find a medicine we know to possess genuine merit, we consirer it a duty, and we take pleasure in telling the public what it is. Such a medicine we found Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy, la*t winter, when la grippe was prevailing. We are satisfied that we warded off several attacks that were threatening by the use of thi* svrup, and we have since relieved, iii a few hours, severe colds, and in the course of two or three day-, entirely broken them up by its use, a* have several of our friend* to whom we have recommended it. It is a1! that it. is represented to be by the manufacturers. If you have a cough and want to stop it Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy will do the work. For sale bv druggists. More Meanly Immigrants. New York. Got. 24.—The steamship Elsian, from Palermo, with one thousand immigrants on board, ha* arrived at Port Eads. The entire force of United States inspectors went down the river till* afternoon to meet the vessel. They will make a thorough inspection, and if any of them should turn out to be pauper*. criminals, or of other classic* which come under the prohibitory code they will be retained on board and the ship made to carry them bark to Palermo. Tour of Kaiulne-D'streit'ed Ireland Dim in. Oct. 24.—Balfour, chief secretary for Ireland, has -tarted on a tour through the western counties in which it i* alleged distress prevails in consequence of the failure of the potato crop. iii* object in making the tour is to make a personal investigation as to the truth of the statements regarding the condition of the crop. He w ill also during his visit ascertain the most suitable route for a railway from Collooney to Claremorris or from Balleghadereen to Castle Rea, with a view to building a line to give employ- i merit to the needy if he finds that the ! situation demands such action. A crowd of nationalists gathered at j Ga;v\ iv station prepared to receive Bal- ; four with cheers for O’Brien and other nationalist leaders. Balfour had been warned however, and left the train at Aihlonc, where he took a car to Castle j flea. He will not go to Galway. A DisHKtrou* Fire Ht Last Peperoni, ehusett*. Pan**** *100 OOO !.*<**. East I*ki'KUI.ll, Oct. 2 4.—E re was discovered early thi- morning ii the -Lie factory of Leighton Brother* A Sons The whole building was abla, e. a high wind was blowing, aiel the. flames spread rapidly and almost before the people in e:lant. the neighborhood danger the fire w lives. It spread fn a row of wooden be were aw; i* threat rn t he sh' arding h< *f en! n | «e fa*. •round; th'-ir their >ry to IMP wa* called from th.*' the old apparatus in the ’o*. sufficient. Before the flam* attacked -uccessfuiiy the -me 'actory i had burned to th*- ground, a - * three I residences, seven stone*, aud a bj“OK of I boarding house*. The i* .-*»imatej j at >'3(n>.imm). Soon after day-break th** j flame* were subdued. S person* are thrown out ■ and the town i* In di-tr* * ■rai em ] mg Hid hundred ilov m*-nt DK: court Torbet Dodd, county peliaii! Dean, county. Brown. Mc Into Wright Citv of Moi ne* c Merchant party, appel! affirmed; Bia pelmet, from Knight vs Paeiri* Ka from Maha ct closing session of the l'-’d. The Rev. F. N. ton, submitted his reheel mission* and ad-livered by the Rev. D. H. mandoah, the Rev. D. C. Sioux City, and the R,*v. pie. of Keokuk. To-day io pl c’s auxiliary held its ■supreme Court. to The Hawk-Eye.) la., Get. 24.—Supreme Russe!!, appellant, vs. Louisa count\. reversed: vs. Scott, from Jackson d: Deter- v*. Warren, ap- Butler county, reversed: Bant. v*. Clark, from Floyd «-r-‘*d: Crow, appellant, vs. un Adams’county, reversed: TP rev* fro kpp*d revi fr sh. appellant, vs. Wilson, from county, affirmed; Kemper v*. Burlington, appellant, from De-county. affirmed:    Hogan vs. iud Bankera’Insurance Com* ■ant, from Henry county, Madison County, apii Madison countv, affirmed: Chicago, Rock Island and way Company, appellant, ka countv. affirmed. company, Chicago, She wrot* band sent her order buque NaMna Schrup joking out to any amu day morning letter stating t taming • in from her on a -day a te'egram buque Nat. usa stopped on a cl N J. Schrup. by Mary deice (•ago. She is who formerly Du bu oui Clemen-and thei roRY—Mr-. Schrup. p. *ef>retary of the and Marine Insurance to B's** Hill. a suburb of in Mood; borne for her a blat The che to VI* t mev anc relative* her hu? heck payable to was on the Du bank and in his letter Mr iy told hi* wife to fill it. tnt up to >10. 'Do. Wed I es-Mr Schrup received a fiat her pocket book, con change, bad been stolen treet > ar. Later the sam* w a* received by the Du-bank ordering payment eek for >3.009. signed bv The telegram was signed us, 430 Adams street, Chi believed to be a woman worked a- a domestic in The theory - that Mary e the pocketbook and check wa- in stolen f* ler SPORTING NEWS. tlHnilm (*!»*! .lusti'ia <•«* % Mile ii* 2. 13 1-2 at Independence. .Special to Th. Hawk-Eye.] Ivm.VF.vpExcK, la., Oc world re« ord wa* broken to-d; weather was cloudy and ‘old a terminal)t rain fell rn- *t of making a p*x>r day fur racing. th**!*--- a large crowd .—Anomer y. The a an iu-the time Never-i rued out Itillini;* Wouldn’t A*k f«*r Pardon. New Hamdton. la , Oct 24—M. E. B wi iii. p a* d’sc not v th* ‘ JACK THE RIPPER” AGAIN. Tile lindy of it DiHsnlute Woman Found Mutilated in London. London, Get. 24.—Tile “Jack the Ripper” *care is on again. To-night, in a secluded part of St.nth Hampstead locality, was found the dead body of a woman whose head had been nearly severed, while the body showed kicks and bruise* sufficient to cause death. The victim was a woman of low repute and this was sufficient to start the cry of “Jack the Ripper.” Cml**-* h ^ I OO,OOO l San Fran* i*< <». Got. 2 4.- Two sailors accidentally started a fire in tn>- ba-e-ment of an engineering store-house at , the Mare Island navy yard thi* after- , noon and in an instant the mass of coin- j bustible matter there was it, flame*. The i navy yard fire department, reinforced by a company from Vallajo, succeeded in *ubdueing the fir" in about an hour. Hundreds of kit* and household good* be sped this accept a ■' -cation, hut will de-l will formally pa** *. This, of course, a- the -tate has no ffer. and the supreme .a; it i- insufficient to •tate-that he was directly mg ** yeste barge t hi amt a jar upon the i mean* an a-more ©vide! court ha* d* convict, ii informed that Governor Boie* would have /ere 1 rowd a< pardoned hun had he a* *aid he never should have event. He lid* -pent a” hi* p >**,000. in defending himse ked don*- it, hut he so in any longing to naval officers were badly dam- I coeff mg- against him *• aged. All naval flag- were thrown oc    now    penvi in the mud and valuable drawings and    ra-,u a:;- maps which had been accumulating for    ' a-v    "''i* : years were entirely ruined. The peru-    *ume ne t niary loss will probably amount 81 OO, (X. HL ut! ing: ease i-ifter w h of ll* ’Operty, about if in the promurder and is ill go to Neff —niis-eff and ch h> wii! rc- auff ,-taved out. Th event wa* the starting Belie Hamlin and Jus: world's record. ' th*' third carte a itll*.ut -kip. light >reak but under the wire the quarters v 1:39 . The would not be sa appear* d and elation. First Race— L. won. (.’resee time, 2:22'q. Se* ond Rac*'-( lara WI ke- ** Third Race-hot tes’ conte-t Bandola *«v. on< Fourth Race Me to 3:00: two *traigh most important rf Hamlin * team. na. to beat the 5, heid by them. To th** beautiful pair went Justin* here made a >*t n time, dashing I 2:13 -4 . The time at 1:01*4 and it wild and *d unti! Mr. Hamlin ow!edged their appre- M: Lat d; J.-ve third; o won. nd; Ti 50 tr f the ffav bi* wa* too I do! f won. •e—Two-year-old trot, eligi-Easily wnn by >i;a ;*r«-n in heats. Naraiet *e«-ond. time OVER A THOUSAND KILLED. An Ex-Newspaper Man Murdered. Chic ado, Oct. 24.—About 10:30 this morning Thomas McCaffrey, ii bartender, shot and killed Robert O’Brien in a saloon. The shooting was the outcome of an old feud between the two men. The murdered man was formerly connected with the advertising departments of several newspapers on the Pacific coast and the QU>h&Dcinoernt and Post Dispatch of St. Louis and had considerable wealth. _ A Trea«urer Disappear# l inier a Cloud. ! Johnstown, Pa., Oct. 24.—Albert W. Oxnard, treasurer of the Johnstown Lumber company, and son of the late Edward Oxnard, a prominent oil dealer of Pittsburg, disappeared several day* ago, and his whereabouts are a mystery. An examination of his books show a large discrepancy and the *hortage will reach at least 830,000. Oxnard left his Terrihle Explosion of a Chine*** Powder Magazine at Canton. San Francisco, Get. 24.—The China mails say that the government powder magazine at Canton exploded Angust 15, destroying two hundred house* and killing over a thousand people. The cholera in Japan is subsiding. wife and child behind him. Selected Kingfisher a** houia. -The council Adjourns, ituie of archit^1,    American WHI concluded it work »n,'u year 1,1 H In thor was adopted conine A* wf0mmeTldat}on nia<ie by 1 lhai hereat Windrim to con-M of    awards for the de buildings be government missionary fields ev< A Deat-Hl* SY ON KY Tithgow c * day. Th death-blov througho Peart is year An«tr»li»n Strike" •rh. miners a. the I {eartu line work on Mon i is regarded as a extensive striae* G"thki*% 0.,r, Oct. -o4t;at.ng the capl. takat Kingsfisher out Its advocates are of its fate at to-day pass? ta! at K fearful the governor >•„„ partisan Ic,...ranee omcer. Pl.c,ed Oct. 24-—The Non-Partisan pest soap st sr naads Chicago,a^"*. "‘temperance Alliance K“olS.?o-Cre-I.eetPed Mrs. M.uerva Fought With Crowlmr*. NKW York, Oct. 24.— Joseph Wood, aged thirty-five, and Carl Barg, aged forty-six, fought a duel to-day in a blacksmith shop with crowbars. The battle, which was a fierce and long one, ended only when both men sank to the ground with fractured skulls. They were removed to a hospital in an unconscious condition. ______ An Ex-Sheri!1‘ Suicide#. Concordia Kan.. Oct. 24.—A. B. Bancroft, one of the oldest settlers of Lyon county, and at one time sheriff, shot and killed himself this morning with a shot gun. Yesterday he took out two accident policies on his life for 83,000 good for twenty-four hours. A Murderer Suicide#. Nashville, Tenn., Oct. 24.—W • 0. Highers, who cut his wife’s throat yesterday, near Lebanon, has committed suicide by hanging himself in tile Lebanon jail. The Anglo-Italiun Negotiation#. London, Oct. 24.—It is reported from amassed j Rome that tho long delay in the settle-j inent of the Anglo-Italian negotiations regarding Africa is not altogether or chiefly due to a difference as to conceding Kassala to Italy, but that the representatives of the two nations are discussing another expedition to the Soudan, under : ; Briti*h direction, to suppress the m&hdi | and restore the authority of the khedive ; I in that region. Advices from th*' Soudan j I represent that the tribes are divided in | allegiance arid some of them in rebellion ! against the mahdi, while those near ; Suakirn are reduced to serious straits • i through the want of provisions. lox#’* L#(ly >l»*nnu»*r, it-dvr Rapid*, la..Ot. 21. M—<>ra E. Miller, of thi* city, a sister of C. L. Miller, pre* dentof tne Gazette company, ha* been appointed a member of the world’s fair b tarff of lady rnamagers by G.    Peters,    to    recover    j    Commission*'r King, of Mount Vernon, executed    June    19.    1*90,    j    Mi*- Miller i- .me of mu-t talented ladle* j    in th** *ta’“. and is not only a fine artist ;    in portrait and lands* ape printing, but j    in the general line of decorative art a* web, and i* also thoroughly acquainted t    with the general *< ope of woman’* work. Her many friends in thi- city and else-!    where will be glad to learn of her ap- I pointmen!. Head Consul Hoot Vindicate*!. I Lyon*, la.. Get. 24.—G. L. Marchand, Attachment Proceeding# Betun. Chicago, O t. 24.—Attachment proceedings were begun to-day by the Batavian bank of La Cros*e. Wisconsin, against Richard 85,000 on a not** due four months aft>*r date ;■> the order of James Knuland, mad** by the Robinson Salt and Lumber company and guaranteed by Knulanff a Peter* and Richford Knox X Co. Two Freighl Train# Wrecked Oxford. Ohio. Oct. 24.—Two freight trains on the Cincinnati, Hamilton aud Indianapolis road collided thi* evening in a deep cut near here. The wreck —Fix Mod time, -One Taut ■-year-oM*. on** rn tie :< an second, Mando-1: PU mile and a *r second. orlon 2: Prather caught lire and both trains ar** burning | pubic4 auditor, yesterday finished the ex-up. Fireman Jno. Mather* was fatally 1 amination of injured and six other trainmen were slightly hurt. Refused to Surrender. i Xan/.ihak, Oct. 24.—The sultan of Witu has refused to surrender to th" j British authorities or to afford redress for the recent massacres. On the contrary he is actively preparing for hostil-I Hies. Hundreds of natives from the surrounding tribes are adhering to his standard and fighting is inevitable. A #30,000 Fire at Cleveland. Cleveland, O.. Oct. 24 —The Excelsior Water Proof company's building wa* gutted by lire this altern >on. Thirty women and girl* working on the third floor were cut off from the stairway and wer* taken from the window* by firrnen on ladder*. Non** of th**m were injured. Los*, $30,000. Quincy*# Chief of Police Bounced. Quincy. Iii.. Oct. 24.—Mayor Walk* r ha- notified Chief of Police O'Connor that he must resign immediately. The mayor's action wa- mainly prompted by the chief’s failure to enforce the Sunday saloon ordinance. amination Head Con Woodmen meneemen ?h.* J. r Am the book* of the offn-e of Root, of the Modern •riea. from the com-order in 1 *82 to Octo ber tion ame rec t ai head c; is an en Root. .    As    a    result of hi* examiua- Marchnnd has certified that the ut* paid to the tr‘-a*urer are coral r! agre*- with. the book* of the clerk and head banker. This ire vindication of Head Consul HAWKEYE GLANCES. Fini-hi d. Dillon and O'Brien En Route to America. Paris, Oct. 24.—Dillon and O’Brien, accompanied by Mrs. O'Brien, leave Paris IHF. (.KADING FlNI-HID.—M. H. King, contractor of the grading of the state capitol grounds, bas finished hi* work and presented hi* last bill to the executive council. The earth removed i- about 45.000 cubic yard? and the total cost 810,500. A Comp ter Killed.    . ,,    _    ,,    _ , n    A Good Crop Profit, bom* Cedar w £Ntv' 11 1L n u a i a vCflldu',tJjr j Rapid* parties who owned a large area W. C. Dunn wa- killed to-dav by a coni*- J 0f ]an(j j., nf)rth part of the state had it sowed flax last spring. The expense ion of his freight station with some train at Muskingum ■and car- on the Col- to-night by special steamer train for ; umbus, Shawnee and Hocking road. Havre where they will embark to-morrow morning on the steamer La Champagne for New York. A Gigantic Conspiracy Killed. • London, Oct. 24.—George Johnson, an artist, and John Phillips, an art dealer, were arraigned in court to-day on a charge of being implicated in the j —Steinbrecher, Dehn A Eau - for aff i conspiracy to forge letters of credit upon ; kinds of fresh meats. Foul Play iSusptcioned. Denver, Oct. 24.—George L. llarri*. a ■ prominent real estate and mine broker, ha* been missing since October Ii. Hi* friends are suspicious that foul play i* the cause of his disappearance. of raising and harvesting the crop was very small, but the net profits on the I.soo acre- cf land will amount to about $25,000. Iowa County Tula surer*.—The first convention of county treasurers was held at Cedar Rapids Thursday. The convention wa- ca'leff to consider the advisibii-lty of adopting a uniform system of keop-ng the several accounts in the county treasurers’ office of the state, »ith a 'Die Wa*h*ii£t«Mi Knee*. W \-j\u,tun. Oct. 24. — Benning -ra< es.—First Race—Three-year-olds and upwards. *i\ f rongs; Busted won Watterson -econ*). Genevieve third; time. 1:19. Se, end Iva Ballyhoo wo Un Coll thir: Third Race-Vivid won. third: time. 2:02. Fourth Race—Three-year-old and upward. bx furlong-; Shouter won. Rusrc second, Cold Stream third; time, 1:198,. Fifth Race—Steeple chase, about two miles: McKenzie won. Killarney second, Sangbard third: time, 4:55. The I exlngtun K*»<****. Lexington, Ky., Oct. 24.—First Race — Four furlongs: Houston won. Oriental second. Silver Light third: time, 0:54Jk. Se-ond Ka e—Four-year-olds and upwards, three-quarters of a mile hcat-M eek ie H w.,u both heat-. Outlook second. Josie M third; time. 1:22V,. Third Ra*e—For ma dens. four fur longs:    Mattie Allen won. Ourey second. Lamar third: no time. Fourth Race—Three-year-olds and up wards, one and one-sixteenth miles: .Adrienne won. Eli -• ond. Tenacity third time. 1:55 .. Fifth Race—Two-year-old handicap, six furlongs:    rom    Mackin    won,    Penny , Royal second, Y’a •-    .*1    th rd: time not given. <ir»t ifytng to All. Th** high position a*’airmd and the universal acceptance and approval of th** pleasant liquid fru:t remedy Syrup of Figs, as the must ex^ell^nt laxative known, illi strate the value of the qualities on which it- success is based and ar** abundantly gratifying to the California Fig Syrup company. Ex-Goverr.or Noble’# Condition Critical. New York, Oct. 24.—It is reported that the condition of ex-Governor Noble. of Wisconsin, is very critical. Don’t hawk. and blow, an I spit, but use Dr. Sage*# Catarrh Remedy. Of^dn^rglste, 1 eta. ;