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Burlington Hawk Eye (Newspaper) - October 29, 1890, Burlington, Iowa TI® ^BURLINGTON hawk-eye. ^BUSHED: JUNE, 1839.) F-thusiastio Meetings at Fair-‘ ^ld Yesterday. Morn and Cougraomau Hear + .* Voter*—An Increased ** Predicted for Gear ^Jor,tEverson County. among tho pruutuiiion voters On side of the ticket were the words “After you cast your vote’’—with a placi fcir tbo voter's numbor-and on the r^erse a Se ran tho legend “Call at Blank's saloon and got a good drink." The saloon" keeper whose ingenuity devised this novel method of advertising is a city offi- IOWA~ WEDNESDAY SILVER bullion purchases MORNING, OCTOBER 29, 1890. El) elal. CHARGED WITH MURDER. in [SP* Sfffti1' sod ggii .altoThe Hawk-Eye.) la., Oct. 2>. -Governor of liorr, of the finest Hon. Roswell G ^dressed two rn day that were ever assenter wid There was not a town-“freely a school district but '2 rod. and two more enthusi-EpCT,.r oleased crowds are seldom * The meetings were held in ^ v.irfield opera house which was vtV‘ to Tile public for the first. \fopY,« evening. It contains ? i    and every “ «„pifd ai th., .toy meet- *f nearly eY,'r>' one at ni^ht* Hi Fie alt to secure a seat at any  been a long time since so republicans have it faa> ytersoa county _ one time here. Mr. Herr, "“Af the most effective stumpers 'AAday, delivered one of his Amie spec ^ continual rounds of applause. eches and kept his au- ,,n ever made more ech. and 1 of his like a •    sineeeu.    ***ju    close ii witnessed    a scene    more m    than a    political    gathering. W    a    revival    of    the t 0f republicanism that Tuesday’s election. Gov-•ch was a splendid reef the fifty-first con ium jt’ii in next fGev’s spe tfulh the speaker failed to tell A -hare in its labors. But his I °L v-now the man’s energy and d^Dt a wo w ^ * rhpv know that he could gtfV auLi tu‘ •    ,    . .in idle in such a business ses-% an’t built that way. It Is the n ■'inion here that Governor Gear Le a larger majority in Jefferson than he has ever had as a reward Ken 'labors and his faithful-As an indication of the mavbe stated that a Gear two Hundred members has been at Libertyville, a country vil- uul.. ■ ic here. i A Man and Woman Arrested Near Charleston Accused of Poisoning Geo. Marion Keokuk, la.. Od. 2S.-On tho 12th of hist September George Marion, of Charleston township, after cating a lunch n the field where he was working, died In a short time in great agony, all the symptoms indicating that death was caused by poison that had been placed in tho food of which he had partaken. AN hen the inquest was held the stomach and portions of the heart and liver of the dead man were removed and sent to Chicago for chemical examination. Yesterday the officers received information to the effect that the examina-lion had progressed far enough to show the presence in the stomach of strychnine in well marked quantities and traces of the poison on the heart and liveV I non receipt of this information, Marshal Trimble aud County Attorney Miller went to Charleston yesterday afternoon. ’Squire Downey, who acted as coroner, and the jury were notified and when brought together the jury returned a verdict to the effect that Marion carne to his death from the effectsof poison administered by Josephine Marion, his wife, and Joseph Bean, and recommended that they be arrested and held to await the action of the grand jury. When this verdict was reported, Marshal Trimble set out in search of the accused and before midnight the man aud woman were under arrest. They were brought here this morning and lodged in the county jail. Mrs. Marion is about thirty-six years old. She denied ali knowledge of the cause of her husband's death. She is the mother of three children and beside them her parents live with her. Bean is about twenty-three years old. ii*- professed to be greatly surprised that he should have been accused of the crime of murder. Fie stoutly denied any intimacy between himself and Mrs. Marion. It is >aid that an aunt of Bean s died September 2 quite suddenly, and there is talk in the neighborhood of exhuming hor body and having an examination made of her stomach. another lie nailed. fcistd Misstatement* Regarding Duty a imported Bor-ea Corrected. •Special to The Hawk-Eyed Colt, la., Oct. 2>.—The1 pea wLfcetr lo ’'is issue oi the -6th has Ride {real this place headed “Au .^Lesson ” Their correspondent iiii misrepresented the matter so at we wish to give your read-: in the case which are as nder the McKinley bill im-required to produce certifi-ratiou of each horse at ct entry. Ender the this wa- not required. pgiy ti ^ *2£t  r W rn are I of r eg! ' j/Ui certificates Lad been expressed I from England direct to Waverly, se the delay, Tin article in the ie: is a rank misstatement, but in keeping with most of the contents of nape: There ss no duty on lined horses “for breeding purposes" our certificates were Immediately lie-Port Huron ai d our fifty-six head Billions were forwarded at once. fish to add that we consider the Kin the McKinley bill relating to I cist? as ours cue of the greatest lings to the trade in imported horses. Edward Kkot a Company. Treasurer Leech, of the Mint, Makes a Lengthy Statement. In silver Explained, Washington, Oet •>* Leech, of the mint, makes ~a statement in regard to rho chases of sliver bullion • i    pur" the rneont    ,!    :Ul<1    l-h-0 causes of Director lengthy of purchasing silver has teenerHissed Sioux I tty Pucker* Are Mud, Sioux City, la., Oct. 28.—The recent ! order of tho interstate commerce commission forbidding the railroads west of Chicago to . barge a higher rate on live hog? than on packing house products from Missouri river points has aroused the Sioux City packers. If the enforcement of th*- order is persisted in they will endeavor to combine the packing interests of the Missouri valley with the railroads west of the river and divert all packing house products to a seaport like Galveston, Texas, where shipments by water can be made as easily as from eastern seaboard points. Since March I, 1890, more hogs have been packed west of the river than at Chicago, and the magnitude of this movement, if carried I out, can readily be seen. jills FARMER'S ALLIANCE. t he iy    Vrriviog    to    Attern! Sure Convent'on ut De* Moines. rspeeiki to The Hawk-Eye.] lhMolves, 0< t. 28,—Ai! train - comite the city to-day bad on board large to orrc Mega which meal ■v, among th the Mate farm-n Ile ber man A Mea?' Trick. Cedar Rapids, la., Oct. 2s.—A. S. Bowling, lately of this city, went to California recently and ran out of money. To “raise the wind" he compelled his wife to telegraph to his mother that he wavery sick, next that he was dying and finally that he was dead. The poor old mother was stricken with grief and with the aid of friend- telegraphed money to pay the funeral expenses. His brother, however, had suspicions and telegraphed the- polio* to look the matter up. An answer was returned that Howling was alive and well, but out of money. Th* meanness of th* trick affected his mother ai most,as much a- th ■ report of his cath had done.__ Decided Against the squatter. Pout Dodge, Oct. '>•—An important at being State ! decision involving the ecretu Furrow, of August Post, I Ic the neighborhood « ■ired delegates are eligible I to the meeting and it is pail put •. Ill one bade bthe J Gar men, of Moul-if fifteen to admis-expeeted -even hundred will be in at-akhough the number may thousand. Strong *'ffori will y many in the convention to Hance take such action as will pthemselves ,o th** support of various- congressional candidates. illy I? this true in the eleventh alliance ha- gone back on Allison or if Westfall. Others, however, fcv-ous f having the alliance maln- legality of asqaat-ter’s title to a piece of river land, has been decided by Judge Stephens in the district court. The ease wa- that of Ristine vs. Newsome. RDtlno held the river land title arui brought suit to oMain possession of the land occupied by Newsome who held a squatter's title, purchased for SI OO. W ken the evidences were all in the ju*:z-» t ok the in these particulars: F inst—That the large purchases by the bought™ d° n0t lndudo aI1 the silver r lm lhe London price is used uV 4 nl Koverumeni purchase. •ir <Ur ti But bids to the government KortUat:    SySU;,“ f5 In re«ard the first criticism, ho says the government purchases silver a-'it does bonds, aud Indeed any article required in considerable quantities by public competition, tho lowest offers being always accepted, provided they do not exceed the highest market price. For the -nmetit of small producers, however, tho superintendents of mints are authorized to purchase small lots ar a price fixed from day lo day by the director, corresponding to the market price. These purchases average possible half a million ounces a month. Second—It is not true tea' the Loudon price i- used as a basis of silver purchase under the new law. During the last administration not only was tho London price the only price used, but the department. did not pay an equivalent to the London price, but made counter offers to bidders, on tho theory that silver was worth less in New York ti,ac London by the co?t. of transportation aud insurance across the water. The present administration hasbeen governed in its purchases by the New York price. At no time since th** passage of the new silver law; indeed, for some months before, has the treasury felt itself limited in acceptant > s to London prices. Third—In regard to the government quotations being on the decimal basis, one of the critics says:    “The    suspicious and significant fact in regard to the government's purchase of late, is that the houses offering largo lots have been underbid by the hundredth part of a cent. The government quotations are on a decimal basis, which is a great advantage to those who may have advanced information in regard to the price the government is willing to pay on a given date.” The government has no -cate of its own, and bidders use whatever scale suits them best. If one house happens to bid a decimal lower than another, is the government to decline the lower bid because of the decimal? The idea of any seller having “advance information" as to the price the government will pay, is ridiculous aud impossible. If there can be any fairer method devised for purchasing silver than by public competition, it would bt* difficult to conceive of such methods. It is a method which has been pursued by the treasury under all administrations since 1878. In regard to the recent decline in the price of silver the causes which operated to produce it are apparent. In the first place, the visible stock of silver in New York has not sensibly decreased, notwithstanding the purchase? by the gov-66,478 ounces of silver >. This large and unhanding menace to Large western real of realizing a large profit, held sliver for months prior to the I passage of the new law or deposited it in | New York for certif; ates. and the result j has been an accumulation of visible : stocks of such magnitude as to depreciate the price It Is very unfortunate that this stocti should be allowed to accumulate and especially that certificates are allowed to be issued on it and guaranteed by a national bank and listed on the stock exchange to be in on margins. It has made a football of silver to be will prove a very dangerous experiment. lo place tho worst elements to be found among the savage Indians in tho regular army organization under white officers would bo unsafe and would be niacins too much faith in such Indians. The posts at Fort Lowell, Grant, and Bayard, says the general, can be abandoned without detriment to the service, and the post at ! ort Union could be abandoned at once. General Grierson renews his recommendation that the present military reservation at San Pedro, California, be enlarged as it is the most available place for a harbor adjacent Lo Los Angeles. The small, poorly situated place of San Diego, < alifornia, should be disposed of and a more suitable place obtained without de-The £eneral *ays the railroads <*b\ late tho necessity for keeping so many troops in territories where hardships and privations have to be endured, and they should be concentrated to the coast where they * an be made comfortable instructed and disciplined. In view of the recent unwarranted attempt to grasp lower California from Mexico, the present time is auspicious for the establishment of three permanent posts. ASSAULTS ON THE TARIFF LAW. WHERE IS WHORTON? Mysterious Disappearance of a Chicago Money Lender. He is Said to Hare Left Debt* Amounting to 1950,000—Hi* Peculiar Method of Doing Hu*lue*s—The Criminal Calendar. in Dengue Kvitlenee Thai Democrats are with Foreigner*. Washington, Get. 28.—Never were so many or such determined assaults made upon a revenue measure as have bpeu directed toward the McKinley tariff bill aud    the law*    a? ii    stands    upon iii"    Revised Statutes. The    attacks have    nor alouo    been    partisan.    Business    prejudices    from    every    section of Un* world dave been stirred up by every interest which was not given the free raw material or the increase of duty demanded by it** representatives— so that ti:** far: that it Ins withstood tho assaults made and is to-day the most popular tariff measure we have ever had calls more general attention to the author aud sponsors than was ever given a similar measure. At the treasury department and the document rooms of congress it is stated that never were so many or so wide '-alls made for copies of a measure and information bearing upon it as the McKinley bill aud law. From the Inquiries made it is ascertained that efforts have been made to arouse the entire continental Europe in opposition for the purpose of influencing voters at the polis. Every possible disadvantage has been taken to assail the law and the party responsible for it. It seems that the last stone in the hands of free trade England has been thrown ut it, and the last kick possible mud* by the various nations of Europe. The manner in which the bill withstood this light and the way the law has weathered the storm ought, to make every American, irrespective of political feelings, proud. If it is indorsed by the p?ople at ti.** pi)ils on next Tuesday a week, as it undoubtedly will be, it will make the United States a stronger American country Chicago, Oct. 28.—The whereabouts of W. S. Whorton, who has been engaged in the money lending business in this city for several years, is troubling a number of citizens and particularly the Chicago Trust and Savings Bank and the United States Loan company. For over a week Whorton has not been seen and his wife and creditors have finally concluded he has left the city. It is asserted that his indebtedness will amount to 8r»0,000, nearly SIO,OOO of which is due to the financial institutions named above. It is stated that Whorton frequently pursued a plan of doubtful dealing in hypothecating notes made to him. When a note became due, it is asserted, ho wa? accustomed to notify the signer that he could not carry it unless a new on*- was made. When this was done he promised to dest roy the old uotes, but instead of doing so would leave them with the financial institution where he had placed them aud negotiate the new one at another place. It is also believed that Philadelphia people will bo interested in Whorton’s flight. It. is asserted that'ne, with another man. several years ago, bought the charter of a defunct insurance company in Philadelphia—the old Columbia company. Whorton’s clerk said to-day, he thought it was in this and similar concern? that much of hi? employer’s gains had been lost. President Tolman, of the Chicago Trust and Savings bank, says, however, that but little was paid for the charter. ii* thinks the Columbia was only one of three or four Insurance companies in which Whorton wa: interested and that all of these were used only to cateh premium payer?, who never got anything out of the com Dames but their policies. delegate for one hundred members or a fraction over fifty. The call is a strong one and invites “a1! women In earnest sympathy with us, even if they cannot constitutionally be members of the convention because lacking the required constituency." The call further says: “The reasons which led to this separate organization still exists, although thi? movement has led the present society and many of its auxiliaries to repudiate partisanship by official utterances and otherwise Die facts remain the same and the necessity of a new rallying center for the non-partisan temperance women of the nation has been farther emphasized in the experiences of the year.” Reference is made to the triumphant vindication of th** movement In Iowa by the state union severing *ts auxiliaryship to the partisan national union, and to the remarkable growth of the movement in other states, and the document adds: “The principles of non-partisanship in the temperance work, but the fullest liberty outside of tin* organization for th** exercise of individual political preferences and rights, commends Bs**!? to fair minded men and women in the country at large." Delegate? and visitor? ?houid send names as -.ooh as possible to Mrs. II. C. Campbell, i?t Sandusky street, Allegheny City, Pa. A RED HOT CAMPAIGN. He BALFOUR IMPRESSED. Sees the Pitiable Condition the Irish Peasants. of (iroat Good to Com** of Iii > Tour of Inspcr-tlon—Ile »* Greeted With Clm«r* by the*Tumid ■*—I'c.i*mtl Revolt in ?onth«*ru Ku**m. Drams, O West Port, deeply im pres* general wren and the prosp* Dublin, Oct . cs.—Balfour is n It i? reported that *ed with the scenes * •bodiless of the pee af a famine. -Balfour reef th* :ar ^PRICE: 15 CENTS PER WEEK >=------ Jrk in South Dakota as most e neon rag The report- from auxiliaries ^ )wed them to be in a healthy eonol-i). Officer? were then elected. Knight* Templar Kiwi Officer*. ..un ao0, Oct. 29.—TheIiiinoi.seGrand nmandary Knights Templar to-day inned the following officers: Grand uinander. Jos. 1*1 Dyas, of Baris; Duty grand commander, Sylvester O ring. Peoria; grand generalissomo, as. Gamble, Mattoon; grand prelate, f 7 'n*,> Miller, Decatur; ?**f:ior warden, -*~rvey M. iiali. Olney; gran in Ii. Wilbeck, Chicago; lurer. ovation on landiu Hunt Enforce the Anti.Lottery Lair. Washington, Oct. 28.—Attorney General Miller has sent a circular letter to all United States attorneys calling attention to the anti-lottery bill, with the suggestion that they carefully examine the same, and spare no effort in its enforcement. ernment of 12, since August 18. diminished -took is the price of silver, fineries, in hopes Killed iii a Kuuaway. Washington, Get. 28.—The widow of the late Lieutenant Gantt, of the navy, and her daughter were out driving today and th*; horse ran away. The ladies jumped from the carriage, Mrs. Gantt being killed and lier daughter seriously Injured. Cen*it* Announcement. Washington, Oet. 28.—Kansas City’s population is 132,416; increase 70,631; per cent., 137.37. RAILROAD MATTERS. Hon Doiitica: Matter* Are Getting Along in mined*. '.Special to The Hawx-Eyc.l Aledo, UL, Oct. 28.—Not within the history of the republican party of this county has there tx- ut so grea; enthusiasm and earnest effort, it; ' r manner iff stump speaking, displayed in this county. The people of this county desire to have the one important question <>! the present time plainly and explicit*, discussed. The republicans understand this and ap- j predate the fact that honest talk aud j honest fact wifi convince our people that j %la, was g:aa pressed h potato*-. to -ar. -ti. which w * number o various I ••scorted I four p tween defray pocket, expresses back a wa- erect cheered i po in is. Newport be;i*'fa*‘t< looked to purity i* Balfour r head* • 1 Itngth a? relief f*»r o rnee sorrow fie '-va-the COi d give at Ae hi ; the I for the glad ne is true tic •orni-e the tv, the . Th* *r ti porn xpeo •act - yea an If** -ad he ie and ex-are of the I been able )q of ;* railway n payment. A : * d Bai four 1 > arid after dark Duntains. Baillie bridge beth'* island a?:d t of ins own i-er» d ) W im pl. I Half* and road arch ■ wa- DF DF V I ISI DF NAN 'der, Gil. \V. Barnard, nd standard bearer, JI ierv. Carrollton. Chi grand •ago. ii. M I Tin* f»»H F»mi**r Pi.* Moine?, del. 29. juice rrif*t h*~re to-day to make lr. a party ifdent read hi- r**por h adjourned I * ‘ary'? report show- • the membership ii The ?*‘* r**ta:y re* looking to l**.-.-f*nin \t:on on farm prndu n rat:wa e largi-l; >oriy. ir Northern Fariltr Allia orc The I* They * politic: fid the to-morrow, ns.I in the ’j increased amends th*-tim bardet and placid I and perso re- ,nd de;, TF n liorir EIcvKtnr Durned. t. 20. —The Nor*I great* utd th :d in u.i,a. Walla,Oct. 20 Pacific wheat elevator, a1 ction burned thi- morning, I sixty thousand bu-bes or \ a total lo?- of one hundred Eureka ogether I.eat. It OI c ittze red jar- SPORTING NEWS. jury and dec id* r?o f re ,n favor of the the lin- kicked bull? J there the In a in pleasure of the my judgment law enacted money metals noii-partisai; s it ic litten* e or *r land. '’umber. ct Killed by a Switch ! Fakmington, la., Oct. Chicago, Burlington and freight engine was taverner Boies Will Officiate. fin Lu*::.?. la., Oct. 29.—Governor the corner >tone of the navansk'y Podpornjici Spolek ! Thursday. The structure is s,r>* ’od by the fir ck op Yiolky lodge ■y. and will cost between 815,000 OOO. An excellent program is •’tanged The Hoi,. Charles Jones ansin, ate consul to Bohemia, present. The building will be ted ny next May, -o a- to be ready national ^convention which is to 'fire. fhis national meeting ta J once in five years. The Cesko *h'y Podpornjici Spolek <:'Bohe-*• Gnu Benevolent society; is a rginization. It has over nine m members. The supreme lodge headquarters at Chicago. trad jury I; a I I ti angule. 2-.—While a Kansas City switching here last night, it ran over and killed a young man named Walter Solvey, waose home was in Birmingham. Iowa. Both legs and an arm were cut off. It is not known how Selvey came to be on the An inquest was held and the returned a verdict of accidental death and exonerated the company from any blame n connection with the death of Selvey. __ _ A Mysterious Case at LeMars. Lh Mai:?, Oct. 28.—Yesterday afternoon a man named F rank Rohan was carried into the Sutter house, on South Main street, in a peculiar condition. H*; claimed tiiat he fell from a wagon and had his head cut. Dr. Brick took hun to his office, where he lies at present in <t kind of stupor. No cut is to be seen on his head. He is either the victim of slugging or temporarily deranged, or worse still, poor whisky- usual demand for sll-almost entirely ceased. i?e, but large quanti- around at nd bears. ?hould b ; against dealing ; on margins. The ; vor for export ha i Not oniy iii thi? ( , tie- of foreign silver has been shipped to I th** United State:. The import? of silver • from '-lay I to September 30 of the pres-j ent year exceeded the exports by 84,923,-17~., while for a corresponding period la?t Year, the exports exceeded the import? by >3,948,990, This accounts for the fact that while the government purchased an amount equal to the current production of our mines, the stock was not deminished. During the same period til** shipments of silver to India did no*, visibly decrease, although lately the\ have been below the usual amount. Hence the supply for India ha? talced in Europe or at least e than in the United States. So, too, in regard to the natural movement of silver to China, Japan and Australia from San Francisco. Not one ounce of silver bullion has been shipped to the Orient from San Francisco since May I, this year, while over was sh ie ped during the year. These fact sufficient to Murdered a -Nej;rn. Nashville, Get. 28.—Last night a shooting affray took place in front of a notorious saloon in this city, which resulted in th-* killing of Bud Lee, a colored porter, by a bartender. At rnid-! night the police were informed the ne-j groes were preparing for an assault upon the jail where the murderer was taken. The negroes did nothing; however, for want of leaders. Another Newspaper Sued by Pattison. Harrisburg, Pa., Get. 2'.—Warrants in a criminal libel suit of ex-Governor Pattison against W. F.Fordau,proprietor, and J. J. M<- Lauren,editor of the morning Call of this city, v/ero served this morning. Both defendants waived a hearing and gave bail in a sum of 81,500 each for their future appearance. The Hennessey Assassination Case. New* Orleans, La., Oct 28.—The preliminary examination of the accused in the Hennessey assassination ease was postponed indefinitely on a motion of the district attorney to-day. The phoner? were remanded without benefit of bail.    _ Suicided by Taking Laudanum. San Francisco, Oct. 28.—Julius Dorn-sife, aged twenty-three years, son of ex-Mayor Dornsife, of Kansas City, committed suicide last night by taking laudanum. To Save Birehall’.? Neck. Ottawa, Ont., Oet. 28.—A cable dispatch has been received from Sir Charles Tupper, announcing that he has forwarded a petition for the commutation of the death sentence of Birdcall, convicted of the murder of Benwell. tile greatest of ah blessings for our people and our country, is the ; rotectivo tariff system of America. Almost every school noose A. ibis county:.? favored with from on* to two speeches by at lea-' avo or three speaker- *n each os*ca-nce their appreciation >lic method of discuss-ur lining nu: en masse ! opportunity. Larger i sion and they wide of this fair and per ing principles by t at each and every and more rn ungathered it. the than gr**’’ r-pub campaign. The democrats hunt” campaign a-pective evidence “still and silently* LOND* Pctenbi secreter telegrari of peu?a Ye k,Her FEASANTS REVOLT. From >until of a (tcfnrrtl I prising s. OU. :> —Th* Ti lo into Gig Kin •he p t ro in rxov an ie rn Bn iperatin sa? tic little aud‘cm red scho speaker never boti?** in thi? arc making a '‘still it were, and the pros-i? that they will a? meat deserved defeat ai the polls. They are making an effort to elect Joseph Henderson treasurer and it is possible they will attempt to trade off auothe” candidate for his stiff ort, but it wont work. Party lines are rigidly drawn. Hest will be re-elected. The whole republican ticket will be elected. Senator O. F. Berry spoke at New Windsor to a crowded house la?: night. He will speak at thr* other points In the coun’v this week. Congressman G st will also mak*- three or four speeches in our county the latter part of this week. Cable money, so It is extensive -ircuiatiou aud D iii great de-is natural they should ,ble mourn than or th** reported, is in among democrats mand. Well, it think more of Ca Cable mat.. district wiy, r*' leaders, and no’ relap?** in*1 in toad, T,» (ii* prowling abou* and pillagH •• -a They ha\e burnet fore?t on the rive. ?troyed hemen?** Bakvotsky. i lie has telegraph* d part of the era; ant?’ rigiits n h* Trouble* itotwiin list re tney will 'dom. preferring, g. Peasants are rued hands, firing 1: or?’ residences, t hou?and acres of ara and have decline? of corn in ter of the interior tut borities in that bolishing all peas-troed district?. Th*’ Independence Mlttctm. (Special to The Hawk-Eye. ;le EEN DENCE, Oct. 29.—Ti called to-day wu? tm: unlink ill pace, Wilkie Russell wot ight heat?. Summary: ie Russe)................... »nt Kasha'v...................... jfCOt.............. ....... ne. ais*,, 2:1.34*,; 2:17: 2:1 TH-lie next wa- the unfinished 2 artime wot,. Ashland Prince J la third, time, 3:25. j the regular kes won the twr, second: time, 2 -jcond Rac*—2 then won the .1 I Ray id IS Libera at ive-. - —Trouble er va ti ye? in i broken out ler- have oc< : of troops ha? assist in restot 28.—A report one of tho ciij HOU { .Af k\ t heats. Mike Logan hi rd Race—2:40 lr * won, Jim Mar -)nd third: time. 9:25 Che free-for-all trot * ending the regular * will be devoted esc breeders. rd, ?’a; wa* and off or- ♦im * TROUBLE C. A STANDING ROCK. been ob-sewhere, 4.000,000 wo. th same period last or themselves are account for the decline BUMPED HIS BOND. lr?M He 'Watson Flees from .Justice But is Recaptured. .Special to The Hawk-Eye.] la., Oct. 2?,—in th* spring ats°n wa? arrested at Van DaserDus ::harg.‘ in which a connected and was brought • Lr trial. He wa? convicted * .‘"riClC0Qrt, from which conv ic- \ ?Pealed and wa? set free on I J He weQt to Van Meter I ^qoentty disappeared for part? >mt.ee which time the officers * -    ive    been on the look-out for (j    nearJy captured by the si,,A f°,in'!S al>out two month? 'hem and started west, arret * "eu ^dlorado and Friday by    the local officers at Den- l&d    ai    . ent to thi? place at H*i ePf!>ited in the county ic ii --use is settled, --SY WITH BEES. 1 1 ■■■ An,,Qil1 Convention of he l,e« Anociation at Keokuk. Welti to The Hawk-Eye.l lajgG Jj*’ 0cV ' The twenty-*^Wfh d    Hie    Interna- this*'an association will con-»4i*8 to-morrow to continue ^io-morrow-? exercises will "Jeom„    l00rd,T and hearing re- Nt»iii v .    Ari    address of wel- Jt-r'of ^ Mayor Craig rn '* ...... A Victim of Dubuqt k, Get. I traveling salesman I Cracker company rested yesterday Draw l*oher 28. — Frank for the J. I of this city, charged with /.ling the money of t he firm. Hi■ lalioti? amount to several hum r< * laps. He became a thief through^ inability to win at draw poker. Morse has been married but a few mon* spent the night in jail- diaries Ag-*init Dentists. DES Moines, Oct. 28.-The -tate boar d of dental examiner? rn session ber ha? been conducting a quit. si«vcral who are obtained the Morse, Fat ley was ar-embez-pecu- several days investigation concerning practicing without having required certificate from the    L to-day infomiatious wert* nled agatost H-: O. Dickson, N. C. Berkey, \ < .    . j ner and A. C. -Sheldon, charging the rn ! with violating the law. ____ Was it Murder or Suicide? Dubuque, Iowa. Oct. ,28*“Fan^n“'yg] Ours, a young Birl emptoyedI as » I tic, died Sunday night unde    .    d I stances that indicate poison admlnl lei u i either bv herself or some one else A.tor her death a post-mortem wa- heldI wto n i It aa. discovered that she would become ! a mother in three months. The e -i of her stomach is being analyze < which has taken place. Then again all «orts of roorbacks have been telegraphed from London to this country, the purpose and effect of which was to weaken the price of silver. It is well known that we arc in the midst of a most active mining season. Undoubtedly the production of "silver ha- been stimulated by the passage of the new silver law. But it must be remembered we are approaching . period of winter months when raining L not so active and, moreover, that tm present activity in the working of mines naturally results in a more rapidly exhaustingof their lodes. So far as my information extends there have hee nu new silver bonanza? discovered and a.sid discoveries of valuable silver in Australia I am of silver The Trouble Bethorn the I mon Racine ami It** Chicago Connection*). Cm* ago, Oct. 28.—As far as learned to-day nothing has been done towards settling the difficulties between the Union Pacific railroad and its Chicago connection?, and the outlook is still for the severance of relations between them at the time fixed. November first. The Union Pacific, of course, will depend upon the Chicago and Northwestern for Chicago connection, and it is understood that tile latter road and it? dependency, the Omaha aud St. Paul, will issue a circular to-morrow providing for an exchange* of busine?? on a basis demanded by the Union Pacific. General Manager Miller, of the I Ilion Pacific, and President Egan, of the Chicago, Milwaukee aud Kansas City, had aeonf*. r* nee thi? morning with the result that the latter road will probably accept the Union Pacific terms. Egan -aid to a reporter after the conference that it would be foolish for his road to join the other western roads’ fight, a? it had nothing to gain, while it? relations with the Union Pacific would be much to it? advantage. Nu Conclusion Beached In the Matter *» r Live Stock Kate*. Chicago, Get. 28.—The live stock committee of tho western roads reached no conclusion to-dav in the matter of equalizing tho rates on packing-house products, meeting will consider th* day. A meeting of managers of the southwestern Missouri river lines to-day was, contrary to expectation, entirely harmonious. The life *<f the agreement was extended to December 31. No attempt was made to agree upon a basis of percentages to govern the division busine??. that b« ing left to the board chairman. The Chicago and Alton gave would comply with the recent the interstate commerce reducing the rate on Ii A Treasurer Short. Newport, R. I , Oct. 28.—Dennis B. Sullivan, treasurer of the F’ather Matthew* Total Abstinence society, i? believed to be short in his accounts about 81,300 and his property has been attached to recover the amount. THE HUBINGER BROTHERS AT OUTS. A lat hy 0.000 Attachment Suit Brought the Keokuk (Jentletnan. New Haven, Conn., Get. 28.—The Elm City driving park, owned by Nicholas W. and Jo?. FL Hubinger, this city, was to-day attached for 820,000 by J. C Hubinger. of Keokuk, Iowa. The attachment resulted from the alleged failure of the New Haven Hubinger? to carry out their part of an agreement to t ransfer their starch business to the Iowa blottier. The New Haven Hubinger? claim the last installment of $100,0(H) was long overdue and the western Hubinger claims to have come to New* Haven with the cash to meet the obligation, but they were absent and there was no one t" receive the money. “Kicking Horse ’and “.sitting Bull’* Cai*** lug All the Disturbance. Bismarck, N. I)., Oct. 2'.—Kicking j Horse, the Sioux prophet, seems to o- I responsible for most of the trouble at I Standing Ri ck. Ho claim? lo have vis- i ited heaven and returned lo earth to tell i the Indians what good things are ii, >ioro I for them. Major McLaughlin ordered j ’ him <*1T the reservation and confined sev- j I oral other troublesome spirit- in the I guard hou?<* The Indians have been j I making day and night hideous. If it j j were spring instead of fall there would be danger of an uprising but it is not be- . lleved one will now occur. is doing all he can to fomen ! acce. — — No Danger of an Uprising. Chicago, Oct. 2>.—At. army headquarters this morning Colonel Corbin said that so far as th* reported con-te rn pi ated outbreak of the Indian? at Berne, Oct. liberal? and cot of Ticino has further disord other battalion the canton to a Berne, Get. from Lu nam can tun of Tic i no. o curred to-day bet* • x affected ibera - ana t blood shed. The fedora a unanimous vote, reject made by the Ii iran Ticino against the poi 5 last, when ^.majority of a revision of th* c canton. Pe tween tun the canton afresh and urred. Aube*. ii sent to ing order. i? received ital? of th** tat fighting ops and di?-was souk Th© Henning) Kart**. toffftrr ASHDIGTOJI. Oct. 29. — j Ii I v i Ss.—First Race-—Two-yoar->ng?: Benjamin won, Berth! .rife fOrjd. Adair third; time, LIT. fids, IL I RT1 JL c cond    Ruer—Six    furl* cr won. Alarm Bell -•«- -on i; time. 1:17. ird Race—Thre<'-year-o , one mile: Samaritan second. Larchmont ti :p- , ne* ha- apr by [Ii lontaue? dec inst itting Bull he disitrb- Thc Col The Hagu sion of th ■ I Mackay anno dition of the performing I He asked oar ation that ti Both c ham * *ei Edinbu HG, iii ion of II Oct. 28.—: ie O ' id in Kin: .avor f the ■“""tirth Race—One mi h:    Bellwood    won,    ’i Cl Belle d Or third; tim fth Race—Ste**p!e ch .owaii won. Klliarney 8; time, 4:13. i rd; tw< nd, eon ime Eighth int Mi • seriou ated h ND Isl Fre#* Standi tig Rock agency i has become an old story. Bul!," It** said, “has had a rs about him for a AN INTERESTING QUESTION. I follow it can. I think, is no truth in ti General Miles -in that country, matter his perse E. i . Brown. ha? traveled es entire country reservation and I Allons be twee: Springs and reason for an of the * agenty mile- a ? concerned It • Old Sitting few dissatisfied long time, but add! res? lo th* w free trade. He last fifty J* ii? - that i trade *1.5ti!ii Iat.it in had doi .?oci ai. moral ai the country ha*! Brit i?h >N, Li ter*' again -ale to say tnt report?. The! w in the field right lip wi I no doubt cue the attention.” Aspen, C ..dorado, who kvi Iv throughout the /ami safe the beet V USI I et * inn boa Oct. 28.-itate that 1 sided the river. Lf to Senor Th© Nashville Race?. isHviLLE, Oc*w. 29.—First Race -year-old-, four furlong?: Carn,* Blanche"? Last second, Sara thir , 0:51. cond Race—Three-year-olds and u I, six and one-half furlong?. Barm • Flugenti second, Poleran? thir , 1:24. “lird Race -Three-year-olds and t; five furlongs: Long Broeck we —a D. Al ton second, Uaranuou ime, 1:04 j. Rorth Race—Thre.-year-o d? a id t. , one mile: Argenta won, Penn 0id, Dolll kin third; time, ’ oth Race—Three-year-old? a:.*: u U six furlong.?: Nipper won. S> second, Malacia third; time, 1:1? N_____ HAWKEYE GLANCES. in tin R' KO* r’roR Fro :ianf A l a:?)! r- id fat th leo wood pc ? ?ituated it to thr* i intah j iliar with the r**- j 4;t? of Glenwood say- there is no apprehension on the part a? the Uintah y one hundred Paris, o. ;st fought a ia-t with pi? stomach and f lirt- !>•»©! r Tour? lard wa? to > ** .en ‘tanrJr* I F miler to Drowned. •na) *da' able :°wa: -neti, • tin. T live hogs and Tho general matter Thur?- Tlu notice it order of commission by • hog? to the .(Irs. Clem*11* —w A Papers will be read by dele-country. ifntn ,. •    oe reac various parts of the Feting the law. Funeral [Special to The Hawk-Eye.] Keokuk, la., Get. 28    ,n Mrs. Jane Clemens, from the lead property not aware of any large deposits discovered within tho lu . y«« o certainly none recently. So it '*r»ir“ assume the silver product for any con “dorabie period, antes there are n discoveries, will not be rn .Ute r. ally in creased by the present active working of “ Xo sensible persons like to specially on a subject mentioned sufficient decline without I purchase. the mines, in ake prophecies, study of the find in the facts for the recent rho funeral of ,ne (Lenten?, tho mother o| Twain, who died last night, " ’ ? aal Package Trouble Not Cm;1?! °T-"sionso' I,’ , Ql- 28.—Under in- : ^turned t ■ Ruddick the grand bk* tR(Uetments for sell-1 seeds ^ 1 wholesale Wu 0rd for ' and *Q fief in brewing its agents to con-they will bond them-of further iitiga- at the residence of her son, ; ens, at 30*4 North Seventh street, .    ^ ; row afternoon at four o : burial will take place at Hannibal, ruts j sonri. Thursday. ________ \ Farmer Suicides. ^“‘•“^““^H'udklns. » SanROUN, Oct. - •    himself farmer of this county, -    *• yester- t h rough the Inartatfou frouble wa8 day afternoon. Domestic ARIZONA INDIANS. ljrigstd*«r General Grierson Annual Report. Oct. 28.—In Makes His hi ,inr __ilt .... annual in the dvP^“““' ° coiumandinB. says (,°ne,r?lt as (orts McDowell and Verde now that a^    with a view to their nave been aba"GQ , intprior department car„ transferto tm nterte for Indian school Pu*.    ,..,..,v,iiitv    of I reducing with the nun the San A5ClUe uf Advertising. kas’hto1* 28-“'Tho    ^ reached in this city. r • ' where registration *4    e    Action the cause. The shooting rouble occurred in a coal liouse or shed in the real Street Ar Simpson’s land office. of Brad- S‘Vi H vol IC is aay, was being con-the tickets used " .Iii4" re8ktrat!on num- derafile efcRexceat ! SS Ob Ibidem e Hurned. ^ of James Griswold, in burned to the ground it eau Rh fire from a defective flue Fort Madison. la., Oct. 26.-fratne residence Jefferson township. Monday aftornoo^ - —- I09liranco ties "should consider ’.lie the advisability of least possible delay in the vicinity or the number of Indians .» f    ,    o! - Z rtSrtthou?nd-10 lhis reserva; lion Tho keeping el so San Carlos is hetrnucntaj-    (eu(| number reserva-niany Indians at raent and tenuto renew a, ty is hat trouble likely Wto arrive    vIndianan- level of packing-house products. Will Fight the Scalper*. Kansas City, Oct. 28.4-Tho Trans-Missouri eommittee to-day considered .’harges and countercharges of the Burlington and Rock I?land regarding the alleged cut in San Francisco rates; also the complaints or the Wabash regarding the -ale of forbidden return harvest excursion tickets but the meeting adjourned without final action. In an interview this evening Chairman Finley attributes the present uneasiness to scalpers against whom he proposes to take action. The nature of hts plans he would not divulge, but it i? believed that whenever large blocks of ticket* were found in the hands of scalpers they will authorize the roads in the association to sell below the scalpers. Th© Telegraph Operator*’ Strike. St. Paul, Oct. .28.—The Western Union office in this city give no sign of a strike, almost the fill! force being at work to-day. There are altogether twenty-three men out, twelve of whom were discharged, while the others quit of their own accord. Superintendent McMichaels says they are up with all the business and have not been at .iii hampered by tho walk-out except for a couple of hours last night. To Suppress Smuggling. Quebec, Oct. 28.—With a view of suppressing the enormous whisky smuggling business in Quebec, Cardinal Taschereau has issued a letter to his flock on t he evils of the traffic. In this he strongly condemns smugglers, who are henceforth to be deprived of the benefit of the sacrament of the church. Gratifying to All. The high position attained and the universal acceptance and approval of the pleasant liquid fruit remedy Syrup of F’igs, as the most excellent laxative known, illustrate the value of the qualities on which its success is based aud are abundantly gratifying to the California Fig Syrup company. Legality of the Cla**ltlcatlon Law to be Tested in the Courts. New York. Oct. 28.—Upon application of Messrs. Balliu. Joseph & Co., importers, J**dge Lacey to-day granted an order requiring the customs apprai?er? to produce all records regarding the appraisement on a certain consignment of cloths on which the firm claims too high duties were assessed. The firm alleges the goods in question were manufactured of worsted. An interesting point of the suit is that the firms contends the act of May 9th providing for the classification of worsted cloths as woolens does not apply because the act wa** not passed according to law. They assert there wa? no quorum in the house when the biff was certified to have been passed and that it was not legally enacted, though declared passed by tile speaker. Agreat fair. Crowd* in Daily Attendance at the Tex;)* Exposition. (Special to The Hawk-Eye.] Dallas, Texas. Oct. 28.—Tho Texas fair which closes here next Sunday has been the most successful of its kind ever held in the south. An average of 20,000 people entered the gates daily with a noticeable percentage of them from the north. The latter have alreadv invested about 82,000,000 here in various enterprises and say that this is only the beginning of a large influx. The capital work will commence next week, an another new cotton mill, a majority of the stock in which is held by Massachusetts people. Hon. Charles Francis Adams spent a day here and expressed himself as delighted with the city and its people. Ho squinted at the granger movement and asserted that the period of watered stock on railroads had passed. Although the fair has been running nine days, there has not been so much as a case of simple assault in the police court. The western cattle and horse show is good, but no finer than those raised in Texas. The swine exhibit is particularly fine and the facts show, that owing to the open winter, swine can be fattened here at 30 percent less than in the north. Governor Taylor of Tennessee, depreciated any talk by politicians looking to a division of Texas. Ile struck a tender chord and was applauded to the echo. A Registration Controversy. Lawrence, Mass., Get. 28.— A registration controversy which i? of general Interest because th*1 question involved applies to every city in Massachusetts, has developed here. It seems the poll taxes of several hundred perron? have been paid from fund? deposited with the city treasurer by democratic local managers. The republicans a??“rt the names of these voter? have ill been placed on the list? illegally under the state constitution and they will carry the matter to the courts.______ Til© Count of i in OueGec. Quebec, Oct. 28.—Th’? morning the Colin, of Paris, Duke of Orleans aud their suite, visited the Ursuline convent and the cardinal'? palace. The visitors were cordially received by Cardinal Arch* bishop Taschereau, who was attended by ?everal dignitaries of the church. Thi? afternoon th*4 visitors made a flying visit to the shrine of Laconia4 Ste Ann, taking a view of Montmorency faffs en their way down. The citizens gave tile visitor- a bane net this evening. boat ORDON i Verdict of Murder. Oct. 2?.—The coron • of Mr-. Hogg murder against Mr? reno TM, ury •red rev. T * Not SHIEK IHE TASK.-Shirk, of the Shirk ho' have made everlasting night? of the grip by clo ; and nursing an Omaha gh a serious ease of diphti th they lost consldk ing. they v.ii! be run. for travel in; • forget a kindne-number. Restore an Edit* ii'- > k Beslin, the blind editor, ime conducted a paper in < /ho I? now engaged in ne at Salt La*-*’ City, is -o**n arkable operation perforate This operation will i e ti ing of rabbit's eye ? with th“ op- ic nerv t r. an i ends of lg their •itmacr • a. A!- tom by I in the a rule. ll instan lion ha? King Leopo Berlin, Oct. 2-. (•rived at Pottsda Id at —Th t tartans u >-dd'< YUDIN*. •, the v '.ted Ms itu rd a) I she is proved a Mu 3itng ma ry Brot.citee night, from now hovering cora •'•ess?: KUI IL who : rom The who spap* o h ;j ■ on ii iran .ectin Chai Covin Tlie Steam ! Od. 2?.- estabii A shmen all of the un! cent <4f the non-uni the strike which c John Mangsn, preside ter.?* association, .-aid* able had been dom meeting with the mas which the qu» ?;ion * bat their efforts were ii. >n in tter?' Strike -Every steam fitting hicago is Idle to-day, , and ninety-live per on men being out on nnmenced yesterday. eath, was captured ravening and taken *7 ail. A strong c I about the j* ing into effect arc •cho effect between Homer T o the Dai wa? at c * prevent the ►I, -o J reelv rn ut of the steam fit-verything comely-to bring about a ter?’ association, by ould be ai bitrated, disregarded. : v s Govern* occupied *he I?60 is affy ‘inter, Merrill, and I.arrabe us Every rn gubernatoria —Kir K wood, Newbold, Sr Grime? an mg to an wh •man » Followed by an Algona, Iowa, Oct. 2 ner. S young attorney oi of I’ort Dodge, eloped Injury Father. 28.—G. W. Skin-Bancroft, lately Saturday night N ON-P ARTIS AN TEMPERANCE WORKERS A National Convention Called to Meet In Allegheny City. Not. IO. Cleveland, Oct. 2S.—A call has been issued for a national convention of the non-partisan national Women’s Christian Temperance Union to be held in Allegheny City, Pennsylvania, November 19, 20 and 21, The* representation is one delegate for every one hundred paying members of auxiliary state unions and in unorganized states or territories one Farmer* la Secret Council. Springfield, Oct. 28.—The Grand Lodge of Illinois of the secret se??ion branch of the Farmer-’ Affiance convened to-day, President Crum, of Virginia, presiding The organization has 260 lodge? and from tea to twelve thousand members. Nothing wa? done to-day beyond the appointment of committees and tho hearing of an address from Benjamin Terrell, of Sequin, Texas, the grand lecturer of the United State-. A Stotl*f«ctory Conferenre. Rushville. Neb., Oct.    28.—The Northern Cheyenne convention, consisting of General Nelson A. Miles, FL B. Smalley and Joseph Z**rfa?s, ha? completed it? conference with tho Sioux and Cheyenne Indians at Pine Ridge agency in regard to the transfer of tho Cheyenne?, in a satisfactory manner and left last night for the Tongue River agency to complete it? labors. How Serer© C<»1«1* are Broken Up in Mou. tana. From the Virginia City (Mont.) 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 itis. Such a medicine we found Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy, last winter, when la grippe wa? prevailing. We are satisfied tha! we warded off sev-I era! attack? that were threatening by I the use of thi? syrup, and we have since i relieved, in a few hour?, severe colds, and in tho course of Lwo or three days, entirely broken them up by its use, a? have several cf our friends to whom we have recommended it. It is all 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 druggist*. he only republican governors wh died. Of the democratic ex-govor ill are gone. <«ov. Hempstead heir; ast to pa-- away. Of tho Unit?4* - senator? th*4 ?tate has hrd. all Ti with a young daughter of Fh F Clark, of that place. Skinner I? alleged to have a wife living near Fort Dodge, and officer? and an angry father are in pursuit of the eloper-. 100.000 Barbels of Barley Destroyed. Cincinnati, Get. 28.—F'ire in the I George Weideraan Browing company’s I establishment at Newport, Kentucky, j last night destroyed a large warehouse i containing one hundred thousand bushels of barley and malt. The loss is e?tr-ntated a- 3100,009; fully insured. A Valuable Mineral I »n<i. Oskaloosa, la.. Oct. 28.—Mr. I??ac Middleton found a vein of nine feet of fine yellow ochre on hi? place, in Madison county. It makes a good paint, aud is a great find. The vein extends over several farm? and lie? at a depth of ten feet from tho surface. Two Civil Engineer-* Killed. New Haven, Oct. 2?.—One *ff the express trains ove4’ the New York and New Haven railroad to-day struck a party of men at work on a bring* near Lyme and two of th*’ civil engineer? in th*4 employ of the road wore kilted. A steamship Collapse*. except •Tone?, Gov, Hark Grimes t. Wrich and file Mill* rom the St. ►.eminent * Bill Would Louis G me-! itizen of St Have I lour* ing in Europe wh afore the hon?** a1 nd he fell into e ’ the larg-- iron , country. “Our c closed down for  (Her, “bu* if y< a law we will ' -aid th*4 St. Bon ~. ic tories will have „* appose so." -aid K emocratic object De;ff I* that it will r<- W riant,! -tabu? some ur tar anon actor* *hmen time.’ idea of th* ‘the factors ) those of t Miffs - of Et .he Flog! ait to the cr-, th** bill bv ' ishmai Mc Kn I j IP r8eve>- Bet* On Iii —* loll a good story o A*?# for fast h*»i s*-s.' A 4 t* that was Bald to i>, j‘, ■*storied were told ah tnt! watt capable of dei xYrL©nil noticed tli.it , Tfii! hor?*1 never ?tak Os <1 MerMi •ar * •fly ti I rhol urn Hut :m Pittsburg, Oct. 2s.— Alexander Swift coilap-wood, Pennsylvania, OL t river early tm escaped Th*: and broke ir. ued at $30,000 morning. steamer w; WO. The rh* steamship 4d ivar Glen-• Monongahela Ail “ii board .? heavily laden vessel was va’ • I or ecru: i aa. Stilt rh-'tim, etc Tttk- Hood's Se >VHi M***1! at PITT?BUE -, « • apart!!:*. % lit*eta, 2ft.—Th* of OD Loco rn* Allan t ive Lug: . Go.org * ©“rein. Brother; to-day d< the place _y don’t you ha. k her ot , she can do what J ;; . ted. "That would prove •nee in her. hut as it ta . vh»r»\. my friend,” said the *4© in hi? ey.-, "don’t you ’ rg» '.<> know t hat I’m •*> ti natr, especially when ’ Et come out ahead?" a a man knows he car. ace SSS tiitkl■>. ne rtoetM-n t feel 717'. Wh* n Or Pierre put JONpt.<* ‘afore the public for att female J.s* »,-. a, w a ran teed or money tefum Wllld n. It proved that >>► ha* fin the preparation. H • I OOH and *he I eat bi ion v of rh >i im have been cured bv It .j tbs rifle*.'* and sc tie dt F. From which their ?>■>. ?utt N' P°, Ka vov> i eerta P. t ;