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Burlington Hawk Eye (Newspaper) - October 31, 1890, Burlington, Iowa jTolorrow, BUSHED . JUNE, 1839.) HAWK-EYE. Register To-Morrow. gjt TALL TIMBER. ,ti«C»®PaiEn TaotICS React ^Stunning Force. .^Concerning Hic Theft I tlCUS»rk,« Fr»vate } *uer* ^C08? glon Bulchin*' ol ft*4’ Cfi mc. Get. 30-—The mcm-toI>EVJemocratie state central /af till timber. n pursuit of tall timber. if then if cain pal zn met hods with stunning individually j-o engaged in the .yvtl}' ' 'jijeiQselves because I of bSt";!j ,V. countenance the jai st batch o upot .v,r eomanttee -ended to for political purposes. y‘ "ri opened to tin* size of rr!‘r a Jato hour last night Wa ' forty-three letters to with the i bac a M committee, please dor. t ii and we won t say any- aoy new I U0lw*‘ . of the manner in w hich ,, committee came into pos-.'letters were made known Wp* Hutchins, the boy '■'■m it tee used as their tool, j iinufesslon w hls Lather, lie ':'C approached by a local L told him he could make negotiating with tho demo-The rambler aiso ap- ?v'ahold .on the young man i oat he get motile money. re he succumbed and »r. were opened up with certain iiO’v democratic central coin-“yield him that they wanted i W Lr* '! '.j iii 1 ■ould get, but especially j .s. Clarkson. After a.,nu man says C. D. Fullen, VOtL*    J    _    , f Te democratic central eom-Aim the following letter: I    i. | trust tilt-    mails with ibis 1    ..jgereus. I    "iii meet you at .v a say.    My way will lie mrs will. I win do the t’. I*. Fe 1.1,rn. h [he ut lowing acpt; sent aim: [met ye. ^ •*’ 35 saV’ moon. C. I ane asked, but house, ut moments having .men Pul leu aud T. Ii. hee, th,- ymniittee. met ha iv Th irsday night. han u and drov I Quarters aud LEX. made Hereon ug The to the re-Lee aud and Trust company of Des Moines, Iowa-that as secretary of said company I i v under oath, that the within note is ti? only note that has been printed for the use of the Iowa Loan and Trust compani since the passage of the silver bill - »hi? tho form of th,, note u,e(1 by I rust and Loan company up to ;l recent date is a now that was prepared in .ia.„ ary. 1887; and that there has not been , word of change In said note ca,.opting as the rate of Interest after maturity ut note until the within note was orbited-that said changes as to tho rate of interest was made prlor the -ith nay of July, i8cM, and prior lo the passage of the silver bill aud any statement to the eiTect that the iowa Loan and Trust company have - hanged th«*ir form of contract to take advantage of certain provisions under the silver bl; ll “m° wlt,:MU r«>muath»,: that the old lss. form of notes no* redeemable in silver certificates ’or silver coin, are redeemable in treasury notes .ssued under tile provisions of the silver bill. iv S,!b^‘.ribod an(1 sworn to before me bv I*. I*. Aliter, this auth day of October, A. I)., I SOO.    JOUN IL Hi. AIK -Notary Public in and for Folk County Iowa. The note used to-day since the sil-'**’ hill has passed, and referred to in the affidavit, does not contam the words ‘ other than silver coin and silver certificates.” Tho paper money issued under the provisions of tills bi I are treasury notes, and not silver certificates, Fence every one of the old notes could be paid with treasury notes J11 ^neu n der the provisions of the new law. This attempt to misrepresent facts and misquote large financial like the Iowa Loan aud Trust is but in keeping with biri*: steal letters and attempt other ways, besides lying a prices. How any intelligent citizens, fat mers. mechanics, merchants or miinu-iadorers can support a party using such methods is an open question. Exposure L sure to follow, and In their ease has come soon enough to open the eyes of the voters :n Iowa. UNNERVED BY DEATH. A Democratic Speaker at Cone IT cur-, eft the I teat ti ol His Sister. especial to The Hawk-Eye,] Conk. la.. Get. .JO—John Adams, a young democratic orator of Coshockton. an answer to Polk county, reversed; State vs lan, appellant, from Polk. BURLINGTON. IOWA, FRIDAY CONCLUDED TO RESIGN. missed; .State vs. Hasson, appellant' V Polk county, affirmed; .stat,, v* V ? appellant, from Polk county *ir. ?’ Slate vs. Uremic, county, affirmed.    I    oik Court adjourned to the January term. WENT HOME TO REST. Sullen Death of H~77enport Carpenter [Special to The Hawk-Eye] Davenport, la., Oct. 30.—Ernst , Kohn. a carpenter and a well-known German resident of this city, fell dead it his work tins morning, ll, complained of pains in the region of the heart mon after commencing work this nmrnin? 0Vlo"untlHe?h^r l0ii lil! *'*& Hugh- county, uis- The Rocky Time Experienced by a Postmaster in Arkansas He In Fouuileil mill Kiokeil About and Finally Compromise* the Matter With the Democrat* by Retiring —General Capital News. , ti,    remarked that he was too 1.1 to work aud would go home. One of his companions urged him to remain and make out a quarter of a day, but im i    1    :Ul    1 w°rk any longer, and I going home to rest,” he said As he uttered the words ne stooped and tools he had been using, he fell dead. , n cl lift-. The -    !;V0    years    old    and •V the i I”,I!-:    Lean    disease    I,as been in tho blo.-a; ot her members of the family dying that way. gathered up tin I hen, st raigh temug ii I here was no further man was ala .ut sixty concerns :om pan y, boys to at bribery in to increased WILL KEEP OUT OF POLITICS. Futile FfYbrl.H of Demot-rHtH to Capture tt>e Farmers’ Alliauce. [Special to The Ha wk-Eye.] Des Moines, Oct. .ai.—The efTort of the politicians lo deliver the Farmers' alliance over into tm* interest, of the d Furrows v \\ illiam Plaine president, and Au noose, secretary. Ti terms ,»i the republican majority ar,* ii. favor of nee out of oolitic;*. democratic party has signain re-elected' Marion, e Post failed. J. president: ‘leeted vice Washington. Get. 30.—Tho postmaster at Donaldson, Arkansas, has concluded to resign. Some of his neighbors, it appears, entertain uersoeal objections to the postmaster, mainly it is stated, on tho ground that he is a republican. He has written a letter to Postmaster General Wanamaker, in which he | ('rat,c as wel1 as re says:    “Yesterday I was knocked down j lhem vvil! bo Pros kicked and stamped until I began to | ^‘tice of their tryii think I was used up. We have compromised and I have agreed to resign. I am truly glad to get away from here. These j people know not what they do. They j think it a disgrace to be a republican.” I The department has sent. an inspector to I investigate. i I here was considerable discussion re-girding the disposit ive of the $16,000 in the hands of Scorer ary Post in conner-I Hon with the state purchasing agency, | but the matter was finally satisfactorily | explained. Resolutions were adopted to-1 night favoring compulsory education and uniformity ic tex? books with state pub-of satisfactory demanding a remit of taxation pen sos in any congressional district where needed. Commissioner Thompson also has sent a contribution in aid of the democratic cause. In a conversation to-day, Roosevelt says:    Clerks    are    as milch at liberty to contribute to one party as to another, and they are per-fecty safe and free to matte no contributions if they so prefer. Within the classified service employes are under obligations to no party. Governor Thompson is a democrat serving under this administration; he makes a contribution to aid his party. I am a republican; I aid mine. If we did not want to contribute we would not. No one can force a government employe to contribute nor if he desires to contribute to compel him to contribute to ibis party rather than that. hi regard to political clubs of which government employes are members there is no reason why they should not be democratic as well as republican. Hut any of prosecuted if we have evi-trying to force contributions by Intimidation.” PORTUGAL GAINS A POINT. Salisbury Consents to Stay croachments in Africa En- Seeretary Balfour’!* Tour Through Ireland A Hint to His Friend*— The Bloody Work of Br I guild*—A Town Horn hurried. Commuted u Sentence. W YSijiNGTON, Oct. 30 —The president in the ca**e of Mrs. Jennie Jones, convicted in Wisconsin for violating the postal laws. lias commuted tho sentence to six months imprisonment. Going Home to Vote. Washington, Oct. 30.—President Harrison and Attorney General Miller will leave, for Indianapolis Sunday evening or Monday morning for tie* purpose of voting. --- London, Oct. 30.— Advices from Lisbon are to the effect that the Portuguese cabinet has precented evidence to Lord Salisbury showing the violation cf Form- j guese territory in South Africa by agents of the British South Africa!; companies and that the English premier has consented to stay, pending further negotia- | tions. any encroachments on ’fie dorni.u- ; ions cf Portugal. Bishop Smithies, who has returned I from Africa, has had a consultation with Emperor William, King Leopold and j Chancellor von Caprivi at Berlin. Baron Wisstnan, whoffias postponed his departure for East Africa, - pends much of his : time with King Leopold. Emperor William has presented Baron WF-man with an elaborate tea service. The new German-African company hop*-* to divert America , anized to I while on his tour through the west of Ireland Mr. Balfour wa*- wa- received in a friendly manner by the people It quotes the language in praise of Mr. Balfour which the Tory press attributes to certain Catholic clergymen, in order to afford an opportunity to the later to vfn-dicate themselves ley a prompt denial. If, tho paper adds, 'he forbearance of the people from the expression of their feeling again- Mr. Balfour I- to I** malignantly misconstrued, one of them may be provoked to make thing- quite plain by giving Mr. Balfour a taste of the dete-taiion with which h** is regarded by the irish people. THEIR LAUGH WAS CHECKED. HONORED BY THE CHILDREN, Archbishop Feehar. Greeted by Thousands of Little Ones. Tho Closing D»jr of the -liver •labile**--.An Interesting Program Rendered at the Audiiorl im-Bishop Ire-!8u»i liitervlre«d. Two Henning lawyers 11 *-1 <! fj it J >4 ll way man. Tuna iikan a. Ark.. Get. men named Markham re town, where they had -oi l were confronted by ‘ii** with a big revolver. TI were compelled to give money and wa; he-. Th* pel led one of the Markham' fe y ii Lone t. 30. —Two urniag from some cotton, highwayman c Markhams Chg A re bb Ope-,. fr* V - i.dre shay The ai •hind the d> . th -t I a: with ;h--eated ady of gr»-a' e the mpied from hr -addle, a attorneys along and I the stream of emigration fro in I to the colonic winch it -aa - o.v J establish in South and Southw» i and in Morocco and Tripoli en •v horse, rode c aiger - ■ Mark was I id md Her, f th Two pro IIudg Tire I ated * Cd with ay lag th* prograi ; rn be** < •rn A fr ill) rn.* speaK in high rule, arui a larg I keeping the alii oil til gross jn- similar eorpora-x on all kinds o^ >ney- and credit-; r dim' ere to n Ohio, arrived h Frank lh Jackson’s speed 'll DUO Wi j th! nor evening, A ' as lo make his addn otter staling that a -i ago l.e»* F B , 1 ■* (filii; the yenng man went Dins and sot the first batch of |E- slates positively that there jBerfrom Clarkson an.ong them, nr.-.I any letter from that that the letter which was ; aday morning purporting I [rom him was manufactured. »es with Chairman Mack's stately ae never received a letter »t--od like the cue the local (ic wan published. Some of thus obtained were published [aday morning s issue of the Idle democratic organ in this I large edition was worked off mion through the state. The ie;up-r- n Dubuque and other pbhed the same letters yester-acd on that morning the I i - . loll r it f th et-;ht a third installment is IR Detain type, but when the came •& its sense- it. was i’.:pprt*ss them. Es f the republican committee c . sited after midnight ight. ana young ll Ute Ii ins DEriics with him me they got thirty- line before ii*’ he received a had suddenly died in uhiu. This so unnerved him that after speaking about ten minute - he snail nbe-to be were dis- ;f his forced remained j denly became ill in the use coming epithets and was excused. Many democrat gusted with hi- short talk and said it was well that h»* was not able to finish, although they sympathized with him in his bereavement, Two other speakers, Villi t rt*H t €-ti by *r TA ill I'H, Dooi.i, Gel. iii. — Wednesday evening I*. \\. Brundien, proprietor Mf the Brill.did) iiou.-e ut Dayton, was arrested in this city for drunkenness IL-was congeed over night ii: a cell' in tin county jail in which were also locked up a couple of tramps During the nigh the tramps compelled Brundien to submit to all sort- of shameful indignities, going so far a.- to tear away every stitch of clothing from his body. They also amused themselves by pounding their victim's face into icily ami tattooing Lieut ire body with 'n,ack I he noise finally avo Brundien was rescue alive. The maltreated lieat'on in the absent* terms with publish r? vi-ioii of the presell* ,-y arni adv i-fing a state un come of railroad- aud >f Ap pa- | lions, and a general tax farmer- here i property, including in that the aet umuia'iou of mammoth fortran s be cheeked by a graduated income ta : endor-lug the present railroad commission law and favoring it-extension to other semi-public corporations; favoring the government ownership of railroads. ;>*legraphs alai telephones: that express companies be brough; under the interstate commerce iavv; for prohibition of free mileage book- aud na-se*, and favoring a two-eent rate per miie; favoring ; in*, free coinage of silver and issue of all money by the government; direct; reduction of contra* • interest to -i v p- r cent: favoring tho Australian ballot and the election of the Fniteu States senators bv direct vote of the people; favoring a deep watt r harbor in thoGulf of Mexico: demanding a reduction official salaries to a peace ba-sj-: n and blue bruises, e the jailer, and more dead than man sax- lie will A WEIRD WEDDING. Sir 31i<'h;‘fl Hklm till lh* Tartlt. London, Oct. 30.--Sir Michael Hic attorney the sam. the Markle the lawyer; sum (ii moi bad H*-r sue tm* city for heavy damage no toe other a dem otic a greenback' ocrat, talked about the republican chicanery aud tho robbery caused by the McKinley bill. They gained nothing and instead lowered themselves in the estimation of both democrats and republicans for their abusiveness. A SERIOUS WRECK. Hev*-rHl People ln.jur«Ml .1- die Besuit of i» Train Dispatcher'* Error. [Special to The Hawk-Eye.] Marshalltown, Oct. 30.—A serious collision occurred on the Iowa Central just east of this city, on a curve, at 10:30 this forenoon. A switch • ngine wa-backing down to Timber Creek quarry IfelrliilitJ tile (i.illur. Four Madison, la., Od. 3e.—The work of laying the standard gauge rails on the Chicago. Ft. Madison and Des Moines was commenced in the yards yesterday One narrow gauge rail is replaced by the heavy ones, on "which two the present rolling -lock .i'l b;* run On the opposite side v.f che small rail another heavy one is being laid. so that when the road is changed to a standard one the track will be ready. by conure :’n-* Cong* r lard >1 ti as. go nil t • Utl'T- more owner-recent the enforcement of the slate laws food adulteration; pus-age (,[ tTic worth option bill or a measure s'. drastic, protesting against alien shin of lands and comm, tiding th inter-state commerce decision ordering iqitalizntion it hog aud packing house product rate-. There was a warm tight over the resolution disapproving the efforts of invarious parts of th* slate to draw the alliance into partisan politics and it svas finally stricken out. >Ii*K Blanche l.ymi is Married by Father’* Collin at III* Hepu^-t. Williamsport,    Pa., Oct. 30.—A weird wedding was solemnized here on th* IGth, lh** circumstances of which have only jti-t become known outside the families concerned. Prof**—or Fleming, a young Pittsburg musician, was engaged to Miss Blanche Lyon, daughter of Judge Lynn, a wealthy resident of this city. While in Philadelphia he received a telegram from Mi-s Lynn stating that her father was dangerously ill. Professor Flaming hurried here ai. ’ found Judge Lynn on his deathbed The dying man expressed an earnest desire that the wedding should take place before his death, but us thai wa- wow impossible lo* enjoined them to have the ceremony performed before his body was removed from the house. A few minutes later he expired. On the day of tile funeral, in accordance with the father’s last wishes, Mi.-- Blanch** and Professor Fleming joined hands at the head of the coffin, where they could look upon the fac/> of the dead, and were married. DASHED THROUGH A HOTEL. Kilmarnock. Scotland, government would con-poliey a* J uphold the Ii' objected to any th* working hour- of erring to the McKinley ne* said similar at temps in the pa.-t xpanded th** English trad*. The on tin plate for instance detriment t > the America! in a speech ai to-day, said th*' tinue its Irish Scottish chun * meddling v.fith adult labor, if* bill, V had heavy fiiitie wou’d be a fruit trade. A GREAT MASS MEETING. S«*li«ti>r Sue1 in.ic ifei i I: *-(tovt-rr?ijr I London, t >< t,. .></. baza state that nine maria* • and eta* bund;-* dian troops took par*, in *. the town *»f Vita. whorl and burned Tuesday by punish the natives for ma mans. Many native- w< few member- cf the Brit: wounded. A reward of offered for the capture sultan of Vita. I fir mlmj o Town. —Advices from ? hundred se aker it! < (ii*multi. ; unanimity th- < J* * hr;iii nation a1 • h*' K otlik CIM INN \ rr, < bilio, Get. SO.—A great lit s to main!ab :i th»>ir par ex* hi; i - UGCl'. i ma-s meeting w a- beld bv Tile rcpubl;- ; and the ami’en ■ itiiv* I t ii \r* rneii■ j can- to-night it l Musi*' Hail. Senator I dons vitr iii » (h*ciaratio»i -hat ihesF* Sherman ami Governor i orak* r -jioke. [ s •h'xd* are x) rA r- ri^ of A mer leat j Ti!- senator a, I as spee« h. he d that - j t , r ■ • T: f: ■ !*i ad *r* j dier- should rec ■«-ivc pension- according ! Ar- h Bish* r* F ♦'♦‘ho.Ti * ^ th an cl©* • to tin* length of service and extent of di-- I iifi*lit, tif*f*cti C ,. a r /* ' ♦ lr:' aute lo 're- abibt». He-a tid silver and farm pro- • . % i*}^r.*‘jiii \n>ti V. , , f , . # I, .. UN' a: amli and dm •- VV1 I and fifty In- i i* storming of wa- captured forces r ent to --a 're ny < brr- i re killed A ■’n forces were i tori ruoer- i-;f Bi: kari. the i .id the epret ii Kiuiey ti prom;-en imports * Speaking ui ler t h* never h. r I be rat* • of the h< prophesied minority in itted to hi, LUil • ani; BISHIP IRELAND INTERVIEWED. Ii olio- Bul*' .oxdon, Oct. 3 parliament, Not the Air Brake* fur Freight Carn. Dks Moinks, Od. 3'i.—The Illinois Central Railroad company has commenced the work of equipping all freight and coal cars intended for use on the Iowa divisions with air brakes and safety coupler- as provided by the Coffin bill missed bv the last general assemblv. last says in a bree were returned last night, wa> a copy of the de molls - the state five cents bt wav publi-hed Tuesday, e' ug man -ays that "Iraannee paid him SIO, Ile them three time- on** •lay. Chairman Mack id no key to th** door be-aeut-room and the a * committee, but the door between th<* two 1 Red. Last Monday t was locked, and he ’or his getting into the ess he had key - that the lowiedge of. Th for a with high that 1 in th* of th* train load of re a wild freight, speed. The he freight eng a *alr and a1 iglite * switch engine. ■n tk, wh both run hock wa- a- wen ady and badly wrecked cars. Win. Mo engineers, and Win. K Cook, firemen, were it aq Mo-.dy and Ralph -enoi -lightly. The collision * mistake her. th* na' th* ar i * a!lilted i ning at a I so great ■ d bod i I y y on top tit.es were a1 freight Ga! ii pc re, and W rn. jumping, “he others i• result of traiu-dis- Fell tlrlr t*» Thousands. Kip.a Jai to TU; Hawk-Eye.] Gem va, la., Out, 30.—Mrs. Alex. Cowdry. a former resident of till - place, j ha- fall n heir to over 1 estate is in the old countrj I -1)0.000,000.    \    lawyer    Im I the legacy a rd equalize th 3 Oft,fit and i The I- worth [■i SOC ll TP us of the Libel .Suit Won by » I’njier. Ce I* ai: I! in t <inz Jibe h *u Frank (I.- Mi ;K/, A YOUNG BURGLAR. afte , ret dant r our a ver day r . la.—The jury lar against th** '*to damages for af twenty-four in favor of the noon. dOCU RAILROAD MATTERS. He s'.tu the parer! ■ man. and j- no * much 3- the o the work. committee arid family ad to who (I i * nr parti. Cap! ure.l St alen lioo.i- [Sptvial to Rivkbsidk, la . !*-r oz Nicola’s stor*- : morning at about t tram.:* being **tfect**d With Near Kivemide in Iii- l’o-se*»ion. rii" Hawk-Eye.] iii'!. ..a.—Messrs, i’es-e was bro iv en into tills o o'clock, un ert-1)rough .i window. WHAT THE M’KINLEY BILL AMOUNTS TO Cuban Tobacco fJrovvsr* Fetition Spam for liei iproclty Wit ti the L'tilted State*. Washington, Oct. 30.—Tho department of stat** received a copy of the petition forwarded by the Tobacco Growers and Clear Maufaeturers* union of Cuba to Hie Spanish government urging the negotiation of a reciprocity treaty between Cuba and the United States. The petitioners assert that they are confronted with a simple problem. “On one side rein, stagnation, misery and vague hop* s; on th** other side abundance of wealth and a promising future.” The petition tin* United State say baeco to ti and it is American gov strong on th** of that mark** uy from us to-e extent of 1*51,000,000 not .strange that the ■rnment should make itself absolute necessity we have , so as to demand recibro th* • hot kn MORE MEANNESS. jHpwurt* *,f Nefarious Dcino-^ Campaign Methods. a. to The ilawk-Eye.j -.'la. 30.—The con tem pt-'■.'.* dttnoerati'.* state een-p bribing the young man Jji! tie republican -tate ' •' .‘."ting a- a boom-**,"**•*' nothing but con-^n«;r action heard. To-■ die1 bicarb ’J ritninc - Lr tOiTfd ti, V (, ti . L lu i exposure r ads of new- boys . ' ' -Fdily charged the “purchased a1! they could upon. In Dos Moines ■-id up every one re sagjf *acties Two vol ver were stolen, seen about about seven sent in pur vidual aud a ms, one - and a Ic A -u-pici ight mil.* o’clock, ; ri!’*-, st Vera reel of ammunition ous character was - north of her** md officers were He it bahur tei Kecovei . la., Oct. :** company ay com pa i ra! court It/iUge ConipHiiy Taxes. 3ft.—-The K-lths-md the Iowa Cen-.• have brought suit here to recover >3,- iy nut and arr i the stolen tis aud it is ere cru sted the indi-property was i found in his pose-sion. i ne thief was I brought to Riverside before Squire iiaw-; tiiorii, who sent him to th** she riff under I a S3 OO bond, and to appear at the next ■ term of court, recommending that th** I boy be sent to the reform school. The | thief is a mere stoppling of a boy, i-fifteen years old and giv* * bis name as I John Johnson, iii* parents are living I and reside near Brooklyn, so the boy say.-. I ii** claims he was hired to do tilt* stealing I by an older chap, who promised to re-; ward Lim for the work, aud plans were | I a ui to divide the booty next Monday, i The officers are on tho track and theeon-I federate will be arrested before this is in j print, as his whereabouts are known. iv KOK i i burg Brid ir a Railv. in the fed 452.5ft tax erroneou bridge -pan- the Mis Keithsburg, Illinois, anc for th** exclu-ive use of railway. In the year property wa- assessed Louisiana county, which tile fedora! court annulled rn May, I SOO, it being shown the corporation stocks were not owned in Iowa. The suit, is brought to recover what had already been paid. collected. The q--ippi river at was const rooted die Iowa Central 1--7 the bridge at -MSO,OOO by To Enforce tho Point Hate*. DI - Moines la., (Vt. 30.—According t instruction a t he alt at once begin suit- aga tral, tin Rock Isl Cedar Rapid Chica! *.h rimy general will is. the Iowa Cons' Northwestern, the and. tne ai d Waukee, Burlington, Northern, Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha, Burlington *v Gurney, Sioux Pacific and Minneapolis Sc : railways, to compel them the Iowa commission rates, which took e“ *■ THE BEE MEN. “ tv* democratic j •'•t'.iitee had published > ','7 Bn* neighborhood ! - Lousand copies of a note I ” by the Iowa Loan ! lmj, containing ti I ol- *3 Jilt I *«r- ifs*! a ar law! i money of the ner than silver coin and .    bo    otb«rwise in at;-'/ -SV'J d’ th*' loan and fe/^;rai “‘ftgages.” j.-    “    note the demo- *• /::ra committee had ■ ig In ?, p *l‘a-ed the creditor, ■'Pense of th.* debtor. U , ‘^Publican*''ongrt-smen tora*;/; °l(‘d for lh“ bill al- P»yaent twi ?onopolIsts t0 i • fltir reference there- , ■din, * , List the treasury I wilh Ute pro- I ti. ’ , "a,1 be redeemable on J ■ vrit tk lrrasi;ry the j fatter J rn °?TCeof an>' as' V    State": pier or : ’ y e re-issued: .^.amounts of such wading at ; I ut **rest Ing Paper* tt**H<l on the Suh.i*** * of Apiculture. [Special to Tm: HAWK-EysJ ICi[OKUk, Iowa, Oct. 30.—At this morn-iniz's session of the International American Bee Association, the reports of the the affiliated association in regard to crops aud prospects was heard. C. C. Miller of Marengo, illinois, delivered an . address on “What i know about i Keeping.” j Iii the afternoon, Eugene i Forest City, Iowa, started an discussion bv his paper,'coneernin foundation in brood t, ll. Root of I lee Secor or a a im ated th** 'OHIO of tost ,l ai- »ny time, ^iilv«rdoiwriu,lioil« and cu. J mr^. veined tnere-asury purchased f?u. tr**a-urv notes a !;i uavmenr r.f •!I' use of full sheets of and surplus combs.” Earn .Medina, Ohio, discussed the relative qualities of fixed and suspen frames.    . This evening Professor A. J- Gook, I the agricultural college of Michigan, | delivered a discourse on the conditions i necessary to insure a boney crop. At the afternoon session the name wa*-''hanged to the North American Le* 'N‘ ‘ fl era’ Society. Dr. A. B. Mason of Auburndale, Ohio, Tiios. G. Mason of Ui»-eago, Th os. G. Newmann of Chicago, and IL McKnight of Ontario, were appl iint.ed a world’s fair aparian commit;* < ■ Chicago, City *.t st. l.ouis to adopt schedule of joint t. October 25. The commission is informed by the attorney general that these suits will be brought immediately in the Council Bluffs court and pressed to an early conclusion, providing the supreme court in the case now pending does not sooner decide that the law is unconstitutional, which, of course, the attorney general thinks is not likely to happen.__ T!»e ll*'g and Phi*J?In* lIon*e Hates Chicago, Oct. 3ft.-The Freight association to-day referred tr. question of equalizing th in*r house rates to a committee to confer with the AI Son road and endeavor to get that lino to agree r<it(* from uikuwcu the cal concession- u , which is the same thing, exemption for th ir 'lour, lard, machinery, hardware ami other articles in our tariff, so as to increase their exports to this island. In one word, they want to pay us for th** tobacco arui -mrar they consume with goods they produce. To day they only -ell us ten or twelve million dollars worth of goods, and they desire to increase this amount to tho "51,000,000 they buy from u-. This is what the McKinley bill amounts to. MEXICAN RETALIATION. Hie State Department Without Information ConeerniiiK 'tie Atle^e*! Duty vin Cattle. Washington, Get. 30.—The department of state is without information respecting th” alleged imposition by Mexico of a discriminating duty of "SOO per car h>ad on American calli** reported from the west. Acting Secretary Adee says when the Mi* dean government by decree, a year ago, increased the duties on imported cattie and swine, which, by the way, were general duties and not directed essentially against th** United States, the department of state was informed of the action within twenty-four hours, and while in* cannot deny the last, reported action ho I- compelled to doubt it. NO ADDITIONAL DUTY YET. Kansas City, Get. 30.—Regarding tho rumon d prohibitory duties placed on American cattle and hogs by the Mexican government, a dispatch received her** today from The Tie** He publics, of the I ity of'Mexico, states that there is no additional duty on live situ k other than has been in force the pa-t tweq.v months. The tariff is boing revised and iii** new duty be unposed, ample will be given shippers. ■strniiK*- nu*i Exciting Kuilroad Accident at Huntington, Pa. Huntington, Pa., Oct. 30.—A loaded coal train of thirty-six cars, through a misplaced switch, was thrown this morn-ing through th** Hotel Brunswick and lauded in the yards of the Girard House and Jackson House, two hundred feet eastward. Th* guests in the hotels wen* seized with a frenzy of excitement arid rushed pell moll into the streets in their night clothes. The loss to the railroad company is 925,“0* No estimate can bo secured of tho property loss. timer* DeniHiid ii Settlement. New York, Oct. 30.—Scottdale, Pennsylvania, workmen of all the plants aperated by the Ii. C. Frick Coke company yesterday served notice on General Manager Lynch that unless Andy Vrostic* was discharged and the local committeeman of the “Tip Top” works is restored they will quit work at the expiration of six days. The notice will expire Monday and unless there is an adjustment there will be a strike. Ten thousand men cf the United Miners Issued a secret oscular yesterday to all employes in th** region, urging immediate action. The circular also orders employes to be in readiness to str'ke at a moment’s notice. The national officers have endorsed ’h** action of the district officers. Pool s**IU*rH Triumph. Chicago, Oct. 3ft.—In the circuit court to-day Judge Tuley rendered a devisor! that the state law and city ordinance under it forbidding the sale of pools outside of the enclosure of race .racks are unconstitutional, because they tend to grant special privileges and create a monoply. The case on which the decision is rendered wa- one growing out of ia*o -ummer’s fight between Ed Corrigan. proprietor of the West Side race track, arid the city pool sellers. The latter will take an appeal from the decision. In the meantime then* is nothing to pr* vent pool selling at will in this city unless the general state law against gambling can be made to apply. Paint rc-a. 3*>.—Courtney, mem ber or parliament, who ha* just returned from a tour of Ireland, to-day said he was more than ever convinced that home rule was not a panacea: Gut he agreed with Parnell, Morley and others that the land question ought to be settled by the British parliament, ii* strongly adv-sod the government to drop the prosecution of Dillon and O'Brien. Will    Fuf-li-th    Agriculture. London, Get. 30.—Sir Roper Lethbridge, M. I*., in a speech at sitting-bourne yesterday, said he believed rather than injur** the English agricultural interest the McKinley bi ii would tend to relieve it of th** strain of excess v* American competition. The French Tariir F\j» spued. Pa ri-, Oct. 30.—The minister of commerce explained the new rariff bill to the tariff committee to-day. The object of the maximum and minimum system, he said, was t*> avoid the ineonveniencs connected witn the favored notion clause in any treaty with a foreign power. In the discussion of th** budget in the chamber to-day, Pelletan reproa- hod the government for creating fresh, taxes demanded economic reforms. Pp-Di'Freycinet replied that every pos reduction had already been '-iTecteu motion by Galliard, a radical, revues that th** govern:*** n. .ntroci rn* a bi! forming the assessment of tax democrat it -er.se, wa-adopted. SPORTING NEWS. rf'** IntD'i'Codeiice Knee*. •Spec’.au to The Hawk-Ext*.1 la., Ort. 30.—F Jrs I INDEPK - DE lf CE. Race—2:3 0 cia-s; Epifht; VV illiams)____ Koxey Lee M* Henry Time: 2:1 ii, 2 >5, 2:2tl Second Race—T B. N J . More. Third Race—T» Cepar I>. I IL iS. Ba The foil Sowing hi lie A* he ha of h t he e “Wh the a ning Hi- fi Cai; life* ill I • <f J <» lionii* uni i •cuing re-. . account - boo! a* I summer. * rb." said nm be gin-demanded Dory eau is a mat not com* **a: ane, •r*-d , not I* iv OW; list in tho March race-: by Abray, Chadwick, 2:‘. S.. by King Rene. M>*M< Waps ic Bee. black mar* exand**r. 2:2ft *; Epvvi; Du :-:e. Manning, 2:25. by W B. *s >v, B. 8. toun, B !P-Tc7a1 , by Iro’ mg. comp hear; offer- avor unresen Ail laws rest . child labor duration hav* ?Jlr The Washington Race* Wa-iiingtgn, Oct. 30.—First Race— Five furlongs: Syracuse won, Pain Killer second, Prince Howard th rd; time, 1:33 R. Second Ita<'e—On*-mile and a-.xteonth: Mandolin Coit won.Cortical'■ ~**cond, Rap panannock third: time, 1:52. md aer roil a Third won, St time, 1:1 Firs -Six - :n Minn* TURNED : i-Fri* st I’OHQKl' i? -RI P.V, iiiU iii it EIS BACK ON ROME. Bitterly Denounce** 4 alnoite Religion. Mass., ‘>ct. r* -.—A foi I hor. a- P. Lave cr. a th* ■d IV In t lad: R: Heat—Sal* ond. Samaritan t B ie ond. Samaritan t Jeans won thin n, BI imp. Jo A lleMMtnn Fly '*rmirgr. K ».';«*** City, Oct. 30.—An evening pap* r says: The farmers and grain grower-of Missouri and Kansas report that ti*." Hessian iiy has made an attack upon early sown winter wheat and that the wheat sown during September is ruined. Reports yf severe damage come from Ottawa. Kansas, Lafayette, Cass anil Jackson counties, Missouri. It is believed the damage is general and ail the fields sown in September will have to be plowed up and grain put in again. Scandal at Toulon. Paris, Ort. 50.—A scandal at Toulon growing out of the arrest of I’o roux. the mayor, on th** charge of being a party to a conspiracy to procure a criminal operation upon his mistress, Madame Jon-quieres, has occasioned much comment owing to tup high standing of the persons involved. Madame Jonquieres, a creole. is the wife of Captain Jonquiere- of the navy, a -on of Admiral Jonquieres. She is also a sister-in-1 aw of Admiral Fouium-beand. • *mmanuer of rh** Tonquin squadron. Foil roux is a retired naval officer. Madam* A uborteu, the divorced wife of :> Toulon solicitor, was the gobetween. 'File operation was performed j on the eve of Captain Jonquieres’ return i from a lone \*<yage. The intimacy between the mayor and Madame Jonquieres ceased two month- ago. The latter cam** to Pari- fro!!! that city. She wrote Mayor Fouroux <i**iuandine moaf*y Upon his refusal sh** communicate*; : he facts to the procureur al Toulon. Na-hyit.lv Two-v ar-oid- Nashville Get 3 K.irc'r,. Kace- Boreali hot* alit wa! and *adi r. Air liidisrnan > pass f ens of a1 awd cd t ra 'nous won, I ney th Sec*: ward, Little iFira I rd: ti: nd Ha* Crrat* e—Th re . forlorn nd. Corn nm -year-old - a: s:    Rimini I billman Th other large ''king Third Race—Three-y* ar-oids and u ward, one mile and seventy yards: Mar C won. Blarney Stone. Jr . second. I ette third; time, Iris. Fourth Rac ill WO-: Of! diould notice Western rred tho hog and paok-littee to confer ... ndeavor to get advance packing house product rate from eighteen to twenty-five * onts instead of redu*ung t bog rate to the first figure. All the lint wanted to do this except represented to Goner the and tend -md tit contract; '■ ustona-. ** la tho totes '"n. *ta,lkff';“ u^drv notes I payment of all    j Priv ate. except    i nprctsly stipu-    I and shall be «'• and when ’aT" and a!1 ./    and - ceti feceived,    j baVkin r S’iw n    ! .^<1 a* a n/rt *^ ass°eiatlon,    j pother -v 1 its law^'^ r°- *®ou*.nrtl ®is Panted a fa* - since the pass- Lill, for the VS I Serioiix Af*c*Id#*«iit Fr. Madison, la., LOST A FOOT. Madison Young \lton. Ir Manager Chappell that a rc/diirtion pf seven cents on hor- would not only be a serious matter in itself as affectins the revenues of aU lines but woulil resuitin rtillitip down ’tim lowii rates, “^"bylws^hfebutU I* be-will b impi lh Coc8er -j^erson, Sweeney, l* ’’‘♦'Ch havu f;amcr&Uc state pr!Ried ^5,s one which :o a Ft Man. Oct. 3ft-—Yesterday morning Lawrence Kennedy wen*, to Burlington to take his brother Ldwar , wlio is working there, some clothes, returned on tho 8:44 passenger last ov* ii 'ng. jumping from tile train when rea* hod Pine street. In some unkno * manner iii- right foot got undei n wheels, being so badly mashed as Il( cessitate it- amputation, it is (thou clit that lie is injured internally, out 10 serious could not be told last night. reached bland ad-rat**. making both Midland purclisne, -Tho tho Atchison, morrorv by’rnduclnK thn hogratn anti ad-vancing the product twenty-two cents.__ Ratified H»e C«l«ra«*» Get 30-Tho stockholders Topeka and “minis; is-7 i, -..-irttu spring the i i'kr I)/?*'$; Tbs follow ; .-'si. ar,d .rul“r. spcretury } ^£rpaDi' li?nR ^y'Jwi0,1890*-I, lh r( n’ deP0se and 1 >T toe Iowa Loan l>rup|»«**l I>4*h«I of H* nrt Ills* »»* . [8pe< ial to The Hawk-Eye.] Lyons, Get. 30.—Oscar Smith, a bat* helor, fifty-five years old, whiD* u ing through the streets this afternodropped dead of heart disease. low iv *'ii|)rein** Court. [Special to The Hawk-Eye.] Des Moines, Get. 3ft — Supreme business:    Riekell,    appellant,    vs. from Mahaska county, dismissed; vs. McCormick Bros., appellant, Fayette county, affirmed; blate    _ Pflaegor and State vs. Caldwe)). fr0TO Topeka, meeting ui *>>- **■    the pur- Santa Fe road to-,Us ret ua chase of the Colorado Mu*. • business was transacted. I A prominent: New^ York J1/Vie min • “Th* re is nothing ^t»G ,i)nof Hies than md itching, mid eau. t fAtract ointment. l"n,r»    ■ nbVtmnnt    h*.*^ Either the fin d    *    ti ‘    ............ iring; nt •>' a Hud is 0 V('rJ    .1    ft'    hest tor this purpose tin >    ___— the Fe.!,ration. . r’li Oct. 30.— I bo na W? AN,i.E‘ff,’on of Brotherbood of bich has been in days. closed Fred Ii* Fifth ward. * Adams ar oids, six fcreme won, Leonard second. on third: time, LIS. co—Three-year-olds anc’ furlongs: Hopeful won, . md, Maggie It rh .ter adure church. ' ti i rn: up- ohn mc. *’HURCH WORK. Ninth Ktlhil ami llubtw d ny llrlgan*!** Pe st it. Get. 3'». Th** rc-:d»*nts ■»{ en were rtMiuired, 'n fact IffGUinUion-^tbpr. tional convention of Railroad Trainmen session here for the paatte^ ^ ^ ^ its labors last nigh.    federation officers were re-elected. was ratifier .    —iw-7nterr. Cholera, Fin*. Diarrhea,   fQr neariy 50 yea^ court matt, Lakin from Maguire’s Benne ^“Jndsol testimonials; ♦ he ’n fallible cure. J    sanitary Commission. indorsed by JJ^^JJital physicians, at^m- U. 8. army    ffjiken    In time r. sure pre- hiiilt offlC'TS, CtC.    a ,, lo <'*’♦ MAID. WIFE AND WIDOW. MI-1 alary Batterworth's Melancholy Romance of Twenty-Four Hours Duration. Washington, Get. 30.—Hugh Howe, who was yesterday married to Miss Mary Butterworth, daughter of Ben. Butter-worth of Ohio, died to-day of pneumonia. After the, marriage Howe appeared greatly relieved in mind and to suffer jess pain. Towards evening, however, he grew rapidly worse, and throughout tin* night was delirious. A sad night it was for the young bride. All through the weary watches she sat by tho sick bed, not retire!ng or resting for a moment until six o'clock this morning, when she took an hour's rest. Later on Howe sank rapidly and shortly after noon he died. Compti r Matthews’ Report. Washingto    30.—First Comp troller Matthew. -*s reported to the secretary of the treasury that during tho past fiscal year his office has examined 27,343 accounts, involving 95,-328,423,087- The comptroller wants the act of March 3, 18S7, giving th** district and circuit courts concurrent jurisdiction with the court of claims in suits against the United States, amended. Prior to that act his office Lad little trouble in keeping in line with the laws as interpreted by tile supreme court and the court of claims, but with all the circuit and district judges added a sharp conflict of opinion, and can now be found up*m leading statutes which come before the office under which money is disbursed in almost every case.    _ !>lnin«> in Washington. Washington. Get. 30. — Secretary Blaine arrived this evening. Ile goes to philadelphia Saturday with Postmaster General Wanamaker to attend a meeting and reception at tho Union League Club.____ May Make Campaign Contributions. J washington, Oct. 30.—A avell known I republican leader connected with the 1 congressional campaign committee, has -.waived from the civil service cornmis- Thr«*e New Turk Failure)*. New York, Oct. 30.—Springer A: Co., wholesale dealers in silk and worsted yarn, failed. Liabilities 980,000, assets about same. Isaac L. Falk & Co., clothiers, were dosed by the sheriff on judgments. Liabilities St SO. OOO, assets not yet known. Ladore Rosenthal, a cloak manufacturer, has failed with liabilities reported upward of SI50.000. The largest amount of confessed judgment was to his wife. The SugHi- Trait. Cnne. New York, Get. 30.—Judge Pratt, in the Kings county supreme court, to-day heard arguments in the sugar trust case and reserved his decision. He modified the injunction to allow publication of the plan of reorganization and the financial statement. The plan provides for the issue of 825,000,000 of seven per cent preferred stock. Report Twenty Canel of I.a Grippe. Carlyle, 111.,Oct. 30.—The physicians of this city report that la grippe has made its appearance lier*' again. The disease is accompanied with soreness of limbs and stiffness of the neck. There are twenty cases in this vicinity. village of Lacshasa are *xc crime committed last nigh' dealer named Blear, his wi I children and a maid servant railway station awaiting the arrival train when brigands made an attack th** party, ab the members of which were k ii led and robbed. tne .■er a corn two at a of a upon Vn-rrr night to pron wa- to pron the owners o ward a plan j LorrlDfe*r«l « . Get. 30. - P i Cun* ! oiu sit ie :s of r ■ ai. I . tv co a cl urf * odfel raw ng stab f argan ii: n which shall •IO! 11-etloll.try Suciriy. . Get. 30.—The ti * . the Womans II . rte.' Met bf lr aeq propriety running horses, abuses of turf-, vnto the turf ge ar iau he ‘*>fe*    •** New York hide a1: the y owners of correct the vs. and ele- *ra: Ut 'AGI A Monument to Hie Jeannette Explorer*. Annapolis, Oct. 30.—A monument to the members of the Jeannette exploring expeditor of 1881 in the naval academy cemetery was un vailed to-day. As far as has been practicable the design follows that of the one erected in Lena Delta. An Alatumm Saving* Rank Fail*. St. Augustine, Ala., Get. 3ft.—The St. John's Savings Bank and Real Estate Exchange made an assignment today. The liabilities are about 820,000, and assets not over $6,000, A College Freiitlent Dead. Louisville, Ky., Oct. 30.—William J. Simmons, president of the Rekstein Norton Industrial college for colored youths, died to-day. The People VV ere Nut Satisfied. Berne. Oct. 30.—The Grand Council of Tye inn n *•' at Bal I in zona t< -day. President Fogn»*tti endeavored tv") argue that recent votes showed a majority of the peopi* were satisfied with the government, but he was interrupted by angry shouts of dissent from the ga’ler-ies. The Harrison Trial Postponed. Dublin, Oct. 3ft.—The trial of Harrff sou and others on the charge of rioting. was postponed for three weeks. Harrison brought action against Magistrate Cadded for assualt and excluded him from ’he court house. Looks lo France for Ahi. Rome, Get. 30.— It is stand that in a farewell interview with Cardinal Lavi-gerie the pop** -aid ii** no longer hoped for anything from Austria. He would 1 place ail trust in France to secure a j restoration to temporal power. To Divert Amenran Emigration. Berlin, Get. 30.—A new company has been formed to plant eoloni**s in south j and southwest Africa, Morocco and j Tripoli in hopes of diverting emigration j from America. Murdered l*y Rfeirglar*. Pe-th, Oct. 30.—Tho house occupied by Herr Juhass, a tax collector at Eriau, I was entered by burglar- last nfgbt and Juhass and Iris housekeeper were murdered. The Hungarian Diet Dinnolved. Pesth.    Get.    30.—The    Anti-Semitic.    I party in    the Hungarian    diet has been    ! dissolved,    after    an existence of ten years. An Epidemic of Fever a’ Killarnoy. Dublin, Get.    3ft.—An    epidemic of    i fever prevails in Kiilarney. The disease is attributed to the use of bad potatoes. Jerry Harrington's opinion. Keokuk, Get. 30.—Jerry Harrington, the star catcher of last -,-ason's Cincinnati bail club, arrived here last evening and will “pend th** winter at the home of his mother in ibis city. Jerry says there \Y will be a < onsoiidation. of th and Plavcrs’ League-. Na: ma Farmers’ Alliance. I d, Iii., Oct. 30 —The tlie Farmers' Alliance ate ad- following officers cm, of Virginia, president; I G. Blood, cf Mr. Vernon, secretary; George II. L**e. of Mt. Steri-! ing. treasurer; C. W. Stevenson, of Han I over. lecturer. An executive committee was also elected. M. L. Crum, of Virgl-, ma arid Ii. M. Gilbert, of Gem-s-e*. were elected delegates to :b*» na ional eonven-i tion at Ocala, Florida, on th*- third Fri-I day in December. The delegates to tin* ; national assembly of th** Farmer-’ Alli-i anre and industrial Union which meets at Ocala, Florida, in the first week in I December, will go instructed to work arid ; vole for national co-operation with aview to ultimate consolidation. A memorial wa- largely signed approving the Pad-j dock pure food bill and denouncing the Conger lard bill and sent to the United States -enate, and greetings were sent to the Iowa Alliance now in session to th-* same effect. An adjournment wa* taken to tile third Tuesday in November, 18ft I. Bt "•-ga; Hay- s. and many other dis-la-! •- were pr- -en:    Th-    aw i::t inuc a week ad!* lult.trnii) Churr heft. . Ort. a.—The meeting of rn Unitarian conference confect a reconciliation between urn < hutches of the west wa-o- my. Tile separation grew attempt <‘V.*ra! y*-ar- ago ic tir*rei, ■ on a purely ethical was decided t*> form a cou-*caition made up of .ii*- pres. secretary of each state cor.- "■Indril for Publi-thmg hi Church Hallie Leavenworth, Kau., Get. 31.—Post this morning excluded * entire mail edition or tho I taine •r RiP-hir : the mails th* .eavenworth cl a I'st of art ainoi ic char of th* HU rf j because it cc. ic ie- won aka rain* h fcifr during the et a' Fy A *u|)p*>8?i|    of    sufed«l<*. s VPG KT, IL I .. Ort. 30. — lh *nnis r St; JI i V an, treasur •r of the Fat! cr Mat thews rp ■ I 0 :al An-t Lienee society, who via? (hare cd a few da ys ago with a su< >r tag* of 81, 300 in his a •counts with th* society. died yest erday. Au autopsy ms beer order wl as it is •uppo-ed that he c*fic I • I HU icide to escape his trou Du*. na i *al a* urn j pleasant a qui ! Figs. as the j known, Hip sirs j tie- on which 1 ! abundantly g*- 11 Hying; to All. -it:-    attained and ti. ta an ce and approval of th* i fr    remedy Syr vip *>' ‘queller; ]&>ativ< ate'.be value of the ,ua!i t« sin cess is based an*.: ar* atifving "a :r*♦ California Short breath, palpitation, pain in chest, weak or faint spells, etc., cured by Dr. Miles’ New Heart Cure. Sold at J. Ii. Witte’s Drug store. SECRETARY BALFOUR’S TOUR. —  Pi cf eld—Els* I received from the civil service coaomia- __Overcoats—1Overcoat.    -    ■    S!0ner    Rooosevelt,    a    contribution    of    8.>0, b? used for legitimate campaign fold. —Nothing better than “Charity Ball. Snow in Tennessee. Knoxville, Tenn., Oct. 31.—A heavy snow fell this morning, the first of the season in this city. old and Worth knowing.—To the alikt*. * tiat Salvation Oil costs only 25 cents. ’’Nothing succeeds like success” and Bull’s Cough Syrup is a wonderful success. young Dr. to —The increased duty on oil of peppermint does not affect Price & Wiese, as thoy never handle the cheap Chinese oils. How Severe Colds are Broken Up In Mon. tans. From tho Virginia City (Mont.) Madisonian. When we find a medicine we know to posse-* genuine merit, we conspirer it a duty, and we take pleasure in telling the public what it is. Such a medicine we found Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, bist winter, whet* ly grippe was prevailing. We ar*' satisfied that we warded off several attacks that were threatening by the use of this syrup, ami we have since relieved, in a few hours, severe ccid-, aud in the course of two or three day.-, entirely broken them up ov its use, as havo several of our friends to whom we have recommended it. it is all that it is represented to fie by the manufacturers. If you have a cough and want to stop it Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy will dc the •nrV    hv    v?*    5 ft n A Convection of K eta if Clerk* Called. Detroit, Oct. 3ft.—A cai! hasbeen issued for a convention of th** retail clerks U g si'’ 'sn*' Visit to Olney Island—United Ir#-l/»n*l on the Tory Leader’* Journey. Dublin, Oct. 30.—Mr. Balfour and party, accompanied by Mitchell Henry, to-day visited the villages on Onley Island and completed their trip at Clif-den, a proposed terminus of the new railroad. Here Mr. Balfour addressed an open air audience of two hundred per- of America to ae held in Detroit on December 9th. for th** purpose of organizing under the American federation of labor. A Rail WriTk San A'-TON i Painted Ca’**, two hundred n freight train rUi- po W J* kill >»> th** -•mi h*rn Vaclti*-. T*-"., Get. 3ft.—At n the Southern Pady*. vest cf tai- place a . light collided with :• air. The rains were and two peop’e are iff* sons. After having been everywhere accorded a respectful reception by the people, the party returned to Kyiemore. j United Ireland publishes an article to- I day discrediting the statements that I Marriage is not a failure in homes where ‘Garland” Stoves and Rang.-a are used. lurry To thousands O’ ]>• onle who hay the la’.nt or ■crofuia in th* r hUKsl. The agonies eau»*-i by the dreadful running sores and **th--r man-ites’ati*>ns of this dis* ase are beyond descri[* tion. Th«*r*- is no otter remedy <-iuai to Hood’s Sarsaparilla for scrofula. sn;t rheum and every foirn of htood disease. It is rt-.is.-n ably aire t . ben* tit all who give it a tair :rlt>: IP-sure to get Hood's. Injured by a R**iler Explosion. Altoona. Pa., Oct. 30.—One of tho boilers in th** Portage iron company’s mills at Duncanville, exploded to-night, fatally injuring Jam* - Weaver, Samuel Flipp, Va a Miller and Theo. Orth. Sev era! other- were slightly scalded. Dr. Pierces Pollers ere Anti-bilious and I a vat ive, or Camarin.- according to sue of does.    _____ —Last day for registration io*morrow ;