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Burlington Hawk Eye (Newspaper) - September 16, 1890, Burlington, Iowa BURLINGTON HAWK-EYE. jSTABL! SHED: JUNE. 1839.) BURLINGTON, IOWA. TUESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER IO, 181)0. (PRICE: 15 CENTS PER WEEK. |[[[ CONSIDER THE BILL. .;<f $ea5UF0 to be Taken Up Im- mediately in the House. . Radiation—Matter# In the Senate I lilied-Tae Kau rn Invcsti-' Mon - >°'va Bostnmster.*-eatl° ..., yew# and Notes. Capital WA'W ie Me Kin"' -ton. Sept. reporte .—Tn rho back the house tariff n ienate amendments wit Ii the 01 Nation thai the amendments be 50innien(iao ^ Rt,f>.rn,d to Ute cora-'^Mhe whole. Mr. McKinley then \vhition from the commit tee fer^ a before it could be read Mr. "ir,!:e'‘ 'Tr,( a question of privilege. ;ij.. following resolution: S. °    7 Tba’ the clerk of the house U) rouununicaie to the -enate 'T I that the house reprobates "«<“ ‘Y,mn# the utterances of Robt. . 1(jy ti. livered in the Member cl rd, reflecting up-1 ’ Character and integrity of Ti hi'1    a    body.’’ Mr. I’M agley I -    rder    tile' tin- did Iv,-t«eh aquation ol privilege ujje Mr. McKinley from the w0"' Enloe withdrew his resolu-' ^sent and Mr. McKinley solution for the immediate take Mr. [or the pre ted a re# prauuuof the tariff bill. After two general debate it #hall he rn order 1)‘" ' nr in the senate amendments ,n(* jigruo to tile committee-on -rn    **“U    . i i    , Jrence and the house shall proceed ;n    on the motion. I In- previous nn the resolution was ordered nj.,' ill Oil oir 1 eof yeas IU), nays . I. Mr. Mc-Tennessee, and Mr. Blount, of *d the resolution. The s had deminority ePlumed was authorized to report the bill to the house. The committee on rules following up this action adopted Mr McKinley’s special rule for the consideration of the bill and amendments. In deference to the wishes of many of the republican members who returned to Washington this morning in answer to telegraphic ('alls. it was decided I hat the effort should be made to take up the tariff bill immediately in the house. This necessitated he displacement of tin' contested Vir-tinia election case, but is was the understanding thai it- postponement should be as long only as was necessary to dispose of the tariff bill, and that the republican member# should be held in line to secure action upon the Virginia election case, as well a-of the South Carolina case of Miller vs. Elliott, which it was expected could not be reached until late in the day. The question of privilege presented bv Mr. Hnloe, respecting the Kennedy speech, may, however, interfen this program to a e -Gain extent. A Terrible Double Tragedy at Grand Mound, Clinton County, Iowa. •J. W. Be van Shoot# a Former Sweetheart aud I# Instantly Killed by Her Husband—The Story of an Old Love Affair—Criminal .Matters, onces by the general conference, proposing an amendment to the discipline permitting equal lay and clerical representation in the general conference, and requiring both to sit in one deliberative body. After a good deal of eloquence had been aired the proposition was voted down by a large majority. DIED IN SOLITUDE. THE RAUM INVESTIGATION. Tlio of t lie •oui pan y company Hid. jjpf the j}r. Flower, O' iii bill. oppose fc^H-said' a majority 111 i-aieu SS* IS* only that the be throttled but that tic fc-ih should be throttle 'Th/ resolution was adopted—yeas. 72. Till# necessitated the dis-ested Virginia elec- r^O! Kiuley gave a brief statement Date amendments. of New York, said the estated revenue for th.- year was 8450,-This congress had appropriated OjjiiO. What was the need of this Why not leave the present if was. with amendments for procity which meant reciprocity, not \‘,f these jumping jacks, the string fh' h the president could pull at any Mr McRae,of Arkansas, opposed the bill job c the original form and on amender, on general ground it discriminated the farming industry. Mr, Payson, of Illinois, though in varlets the bill as ii pa##**d the sen-xra- preferable to the measure as it cd the house, lie spoke in favor of senate amendmeiv placing binding a on the free list. Ile was a heir in republican principles: but as a It did not believe in the hasty theory motion which put upon the dutia-i;st an article of raw material of rh was absolutely free of duty and * manufacture of which was in the f a combination which could be dined under the act passed by the ie > res Funston Commissioner Tel Kefrigeralor Company. Washington. Sept. lo.—In the llaum Investigation Cooper asked the commissioner \\ bother there was a sabot’the Universal Refrigerator ta this district. The commissioner said step- had been taking looking to the formation of tin* sub-eompany; stock had been subscribed; Bradley Tanner , who sat at his desk) wa- secretary of the company. Tanner subscribed for one share of stock so a# to be able to act as incorporator, but no money had been paul in; the organization was, in fact, inchoate as yet. Tanner was a solut.e.y the only pension of-iicer employe interested in the company. The parent company and witness (who owned nine-tenth# of the district rights) were to receive payment for the franchise in spoo.ooi) worth of stock, but the arrangement had not. yet been certified. The interposition of Cooper’s resolution stopped the negotiations. The witness has withdrawn from the field and stopped it selling state rights until he could, by the erection of a practical working plant, show the value of the patent. Tanner was not expected to pay for his share, and the same wa# true of the other gentleman who organized the sub-company. A few shares of stock had been given them to enlist the use of tlu'ir names as was the custom in the organization of such companies. Mr. Lewis introduced a resolution setting forth Bradley Tanner # connection with the matter and stating that it is proper and competent for the committee to hear such testimony as will tend to prove the character of this enterprise and value of the stock. By a party vote the committee refused to adopt tho resolution. Adjourned. MURDEROUS INDIANS KILLED. **r Agency Shot >nt congress. lit the placing re** list he tone don, and hoped i by it# schedule. Mr. Vaux, of Benn »the fanner and [ bill wa# a cheat, d in every trust, b jfbieous and just < md. Mr. McKinley said if the ( lies had erred in reportina in it had erred in givi, iebate. Ile invite ie house to the After protesting j (lier# and Indian of works of art on I charged on the *d upon the sugar he house would •h ania, wished to laborer that this The majority be-t one—trust in a omuuttee on the resolu-g too much *d the attcn-fa<-t that not Red Bevil# on Tongue K to Dentli. Washington, Sept. 15.—In response to a request for the facts in connection with the killing of a white man recently on the Tongue River reservation in j Montana, Special Agent Cooper telegraphs:    "Hugh Boyle, the white man, I was killed on the reservation by two In- ' dians on September ti. The murderers I were to-day killed by United States sol-poliee. The murderers I agency, firing as they came, thus defying arrest. Everything is quiet.” IOWA POSTMASTERS. [Sp**cial to The Hawk-Eye.] Guano Mound, la., Sept. 15.—Clinton county is again excited over its second double tragedy. Only a short time ago Henry Nurre and his wife wert' found dead in bed and to this day their murder remains unexpiated. To-day a more atrocious crime was com mi ated. resulting in the death of a newly married wit Ii young woman and in the speedy vengeance i upon her murderer. To give the cause of i the shooting would he to give the history of a love affair of several years standing. It. started three years ago when John Wk Levan and Miss Mollie Smith were attending school at Valparaiso, Indiana, There they fell in love with each other and became engaged. Soon after they separated for their homes, Mollie going to Madison, Wisconsin, and Levan to Chicago. Mollie soon after transferred her affections to W illiatn Langdon, ti man in her ow n city, and not long ago they were married and came to this county. Levan appeared here this morning and went, to the Langdon home. He rang the bell and when Langdon appeared asked to speak to his wife. His successful rival knew of the former love affair and of threats made by Levan since lie was jilted and at first refused. He finally consented, went up stairs, told his wife Levan wanted to speak to lier and went after his revolver, fearing trouble. As he was about to descend the stairs lie heard three shots and rushed down to see hi# wife lying with a bullet hole in her head and another in her neck. The third shot Levan had directed against himself. Langdon rushed up to him and emptied his revolver in his face. Langdon carried his wife into tin' house where she died foon after. Ile has been arrested and taken to Clinton. Both Mrs. Langdon and Levan were twenty-two years of age. Langdon i# a member of the well known finn of Langdon A Co., railroad contractor#, and ha# a contract for laying the double track of the Chicago aud Northwestern between Clinton and Cedar Rapids. He had established his headquarters at Grand Mound and with hi# wife boarded with the family of a man named Good. CAUSED A SENSATION. Madison, Wis., Sept. 15.—The tragedy at Grand Mound, Iowa, to-day created a profound sensation it, this city. Mr. and Mrs. Langdon were graduates of the Wisconsin State university and were engaged while at school. Later on they were estranged by a quarrel and Miss Smith went to Chicago. There she became engaged to Jack Levan, but on returning to Madison in the spring, once more met Langdon and discarded Levan. She married Langdon shortly after and the couple went to Iowa. Levan followed them there and the tragedy was the result. Beveil i# connected with a large firm of malt#ter# in Chicago. He and Langdon nearly had a tight several month# ago here. Mr#. Smith, the mother of tile murdered woman, is prostrated. The Dead Body of Robert Ray Hamilton Discovered Near Yellowstone Park. Helena, Mont., Sept. 15.—J. O. Green, son of President Marvin Green. of the Western Union Telegraph company. returned to Helena after a tour in the Yellowstone National park. Mr. Green says that August 2:id, while on his way into the park from the Union Pacific railroad, he stopped at the ranch of Robert Ray Hamilton, the New Yorker, whose trouble with his wife caused a separation a year ago. Mr. Green says Hamilton had bought tho ranch about two months ago and had made it an outfitting place for park tourists. Mr. Green on ills arrival at Hamilton’s ranch says that the owner had been gone on a hunting trip for five days. The next day Mr. Green and hi# party started to hunt Hamilton. About thirty miles from the ranch Green discovered his body in Snake river and hi# horse and dog a little distance away. Hamilton wa# identified beyond all doubt by Mr. Green, who had the body taken to the ranch, and who notified Hamilton’s family. Mr. Green has been in the park and was sur-prised that the above facts had not been published. New Yoke, Sept. 15.—No further particular# were received to-day concerning the death of Robert Ray Hamilton. His father, General Schuyler Hamilton, i# [(rostrated. He has received no advices other than the published reports. The remains will probably be brought east. The death of Robert Ray Hamilton terminal inc hi# suit against Evangeline Steele, alias Eva Mann, for annulment of their marriage. Hi# attorney said tin* litigation i# ended unless the father or brother takes hold of th** matter, in which ease the suit will be pushed, otherwise Mrs. Hamilton, who is now in tile Trenton state prison would receive one-third of the estate and the baby the remainder. General Hamilton had nothing to sav about the litigation. AUSTRIA IS AGGRIEVED. The Open Patronage of the Pan-Ser vian Movement Alarms Her. Aim# of the Balkan Scheme—More of the Boulaugist Conspiracy Revealed The Duche## *1' Uzes’ Son Clml-lauge# Boulanger to Duel. tour of inspection. The road is being put in tir#t-ela## condition and large number# of tie# are being daily reeeeived preparatory to widening the gauge from narrow to standard, which will be completed by March, 1#'.>1. WITH A SHARP STICK. BLEW UP THE TABERNACLE. A t wood thf Trscc cost band, whi Rid Citizen# I #e Dynamite to To# ii of a Pentecost Band. I.A, 111., Sept. 15.—Tile Bent* n holding mem •I, has be Atwood. Illinois, for •nil ;ng# at months, have repeatedly been warned to leave town by the citizens, but resolutely refused to obey the popular mandate. The meetings, which were held in a tent, were marked by the insane enthusiasm of those who took part. Thursday night after the service# were over a crowd of i citizens gathered in tin' principal part of I town and marched to the tabernacle. Dynamite wa# planed under the edifice and a slow train laid. This was touched j off. aud the mob scattered. The explo-I #ion took place with great effect. The j place was blown to atoms. Members of i the Bentecost band sought ; and pistol shots wen* fired. I injured. to interfere No one wa# J. R. BIRCHALL'S TRIAL. Change# Made In Iowa for the Week Knding September IU. [Special to The Hawk-Eye.t Washington, Sept. 15.—The following postoffice change# were made in Iowa A Jury en it invites of the (ted to the disc nts or tariff at at ne tabers 'on tin two hours had ission of senate . Tile trouble 1 other side was y did not discus# measure, but called a*#, and while they were doing this majority had gone on and done more Hie busine.## than had been done by r house of representatives since the ndation of the government, fhe '“Rate amendment # were non-con-Ted in—yea#. 120. nay#, #2. ■ Hr. Enloe then called up his resolution -cgard to Kennedy - speech. The :«rnor of Onio raised the point of orth: the resolution was not in order. f“ time to have called Kennedy to rf was when he delivered the Mr Enioo contented that Kennedy ) more right to make a personal pin a member of the senate than ii me) had to -tate that the speaker >rrupt or the pre#ident a criminal. during the w I SOO: Established, county, Frank Willard, Wa pc Discontinued, county. Postmaster Ville, Dalla# county. tiding September Ut, e. Wapello postmaster: nry Phillips. Appanoose appointed.—Orton-Albert F. Harri#. - Ap pa non . Cress well i county. H - Garfield, THE RIVER AND HARBOR BILL. it WH' that no utter-senat e should to    the hon# rrtiecting    upon tin admitted into the record. Layne,    of Bennsylvania,    con- rr 'a the    remark#    of    Enloe    and ^ that in the inter,-#t of what was and what was due to the house iii nor to itself that no teehinality should allowed to come in the way of con-■ '-’tin- utterance# of the gentleman mi Ohio. Mr. firu-venor said he made the point cr because he believed whatever “ ii tile house took, should be in the >r way, by a report from ti corn ic Hayne offei ■ resolution 'toexclude Kenn record. [■ Adams, of Illinois, ^ Enloe resolution 'n. the h timed. d an amendment to Reding the public *dy's speech from poke in favor and pending o on motion of McKinley The Senate. '• I'tnxGTON, Sept. 15. repassed a number of : - the #cnate bill March ;## ic .., the k( Turon I lumbis ii -The senate bridge hills, to amend the for a railway bridge # river at a point be-ana. in Green county, and ’n Calhoun county, 111 i -“C bills on the calendar were j1 Ken up and several parsed, among I' relate bi’n to amend the act of ; • ‘'d to create an. auditor of (tajA*    (This bill requires all ti", o railr°Jffi companies to t.rans-Mv, *' ,,"!n 111'atoner of railroads dup-aV hi f',r services in transit I,a##(‘nger# or freight, earry-kivvT1 '' exPr,‘'s. or for any service th- 'vV’- r”tDl«“rod for or on behalf of • .. ' N    ' I ( ugd these bills to i • he may -ce L. #r officer# thereon -■•ads I idfop!.V.‘'r,‘nr(', r‘'i>on on the railroad d v!rrt"‘r,‘ k* 'vas then taken up Iter rw*( r' !!n’'^H‘d his argument. b tor I by PlU!Ilb agreed that Will Be Signed by the President ut Cresson Springs—The Election Bill. Ci:f.#-on Springs. Sept. 15. — It ha-been arranged that tho river aud harbor appropriation bill will be forwarded to the president immediately on being signed by the speaker. It is not likely tho public will lie kept in ignorance for many more days in regard to that measure. Speculation is about evenly divided as to it# prospects, those who are sure of a veto being about a# numerous as those who are confident of it# approval. The president said this morning, if the weather continues favorably and public business doe# not prevent, he will remain at Cresson until the end of next week. There i# every reason to believe the president is seriously considering tho advisability of calling an extra session of congress. It is known that several prominent republicans have advised such a course with a view to an earlier consideration of the federal election bill. Persons who have talked with the president say he will certainly reconvene congress if certain pending measures in which he takes great interest are not disposed of at this session. These include the antilottery bill, the supreme court bill and the land bill now in the senate, and the postal shipping bill now awaiting action in the house. The president is known to be specially interested iii the pa-sage of I he election bill and would probably feel justified in calling an extra session for the consideration of it and such others of important measures now pending a# may not be disposed of at this session.   __ Utah’# Population. Washington. Sept. 15.—T hp total population of Utah territory is 206,408: a net increase during the decade of <’,2,535. Tho World W ill Soon Deride Whether or Not He Killed Penwell. Niagvra Falls, out.. Sept. 15.—The Oxford Court Autumn Assizes will open at Woodstock on Thursday, when J Reginald Lirchall will be tried before Judge McMahon for the murder of Fred <’. Lenwell on February l‘2th. The crown will not take up the Lirchall ca#** until Monday. September 22d, as it i# expected the oa#e will last a whole week. and tie* first three days will be occupied with minor cases. One hundred wit-ne--e# will b** subpenaedin tie* case and no one will be admitted to th** court room without a card. The capacity of th** court room is five hundred, and th** crown j expects the witnesses and crown offi- j eial# and leading legal authorities with tie* I pp'## representatives, will fill th,* room. At lea#t 7.000 application# for cards have been received. Michael Roel, clerk of the Stafford hous**, in Buffalo, where the party stopped, and from whence Ben-well and Burehall started on the fatal morning, has been subpena**,! a# a witness, but i- suffering from Bright'# di#-ease and is not expected to live more than a day or two. His evidence will he taken before a commission at Buffalo Monday. All other wiinesse# will be here excepting Lenwell’# father, who i# also at death’s door, but hi# son will be present. Detective Bluett, it i# said, ha# worked up a strong defense for Messrs. Blackstone and Hellmuth, tie* prisoner’s counsel, in Birchali's behalf. B. B. Osier, <>. C., will represent th** crown. A STREET DUEL. Two Prominent Alabama Youth# Shoot Each Other to Death. Newhurn, Ala.. Sept. 15.—A fatal street duel occurred yesterday afternoon between Robert Turpin and Glen Du#-I kin, prominent young men of this city. 1 They quarrelled Saturday afternoon but I parted with tin* understanding that each ! should arm himself and shoot on #ighr. I Yesterday afternoon they came together. I Each emptied his revolver. Buskin fell , mortally wounded with four balls in hi# body and a shot from his pistol. After he had fallen to his knees, struck Turpin in the forehead, killing him instantly. RESULT OF THE FAILURE. Walter Potter and IV, I>. Lovell Charged with Larceny and Embezzlement. Kickin'. Sept. 15.—Walter Potter and \V. 1>. Lovell, of the firm of Potter, i Lovell A Co., were arrested to day on ! warrants charging them with emb**z-! /.lenient and larceny. Tile complaint i# j made by Charles Richardson of Philadelphia, member    of tin* firm of C.    Richard- !    -on A Son#, a    director of    the    National Bank of the    Republic in    Philadelphia i    and president    of the Edge    Hill    Furnace company, and it allege# the embezzle-j merit and larcency of #70.000 worth of | bonds of tin* Edge Hill Furnace company. Advices from Texas report that Lee : and Ferguson have had G. W. Angell and Frank Caldwell appointed receivers ! of the Brazos company, in order to prevent any complication# from tin* Potter, Lovell A Co. failure and to insure the completion of the work. London, Sept. 15. — Home politic# being dull and the labor troubles somewhat monotonous, Englishmen are again turning their attention to continental Europe. The renewal of tin* triple alliance for a term of years gives greater importance to the meeting of til** two kaisers. William and Francis Joseph, which will take place ina few days at tm* German military maneuvers in Prussian Silesia. It is said that a definite policy regarding th** position of Prince Ferdinand of Bulgaria will lr** agreed upon and a general line of conduct mapped out, for dealing with the Balkan states. Austria feels aggrieved at the open patronage of the pan-Servian movement by the Servian government, because i’ Urn# at th** eventual absorption of a considerable slice of Austrian territory. Southern Hungary contains 4,OOO,ooh before tln-Servians*whose ancestor# were conquered by the Hungarians before the union o Austria and Hungar ia. while Croatiai# inhabited by a race speaking a dialect diff ering very slightly from Servian. Besides tilis tie* two Turkish provinces of Lo-nia and Herzegovina, containing nearly half a million of people, which are occupied by Austria, ar** Servian in race, language and sympathy. The pan-Servian wants to group all these together with Scrvia in a state that would have nearly tm million of people, and Austria is naturally alarmed. Over on** hundred thou-and Berdan rill**- have been recently sent from Russia into Scrvia aiel tin* Russian military maneuver# which will j b** held close to the Austrian frontier j p lt help to give ihe situation a -till further i degree of insecurity. In Armenia the condition of affairs i- deplorable. Fifteen women and girl- have been assaulted by the Turk# at Moks, and nu-merou# atroeiti* - on a smaller scale are daily reported from that unhappy province. The Armenian patriarch has aga.ii resigned. THE PLOTTERS FELL OUT. Additional Detail# of tit** Hniilaiigi#t Uon- #pira«*y Against the french Republic. Paris, Sept. 15.—The Fw/arocontinue# to publish Boulanger revelations. The latest are to the effect that Boulanger was bound in honor to overthrow the republic, but that the parties disagreed a# to who should be placed in power. Dillon told the trustees of tho d’Uz.e# fund that h** would be the fir#t to shoot Boulanger if he broke hi# word. The Comte de Baris organ—Com sjnnt-iUmi StitUouih- admit# that th** royalists subsidized tin* Boulangerists. Boulanger’s organ—Voir <lu PtiiMt—referring to the assertion of th** Duchess d’Uzes that she had a letter compromising Boulanger, hint- that Boulanger ha# letters proving that the dutchess threw away her money because -he loved him. In an interview published it. the Steel* Boulanger denies that In* bargained to RrHiti Rat ch Will.Be Higher. I A ic ago, Sept. 15.—The manager# of the western railroads have been advised by the interstate commerce commission that the order reducing grain rate- from the Missouri river and point# beyond ha-been suspended until October I. And permission wa# al#o given to correct, the adjustment -o a# to pr<*#ervc th** obi basis of differentials on tin* Missi##ippi river busines#. Accordingly, tin* wheat rate to St. Louis will tie 15 ill-t< ;*<1 'lf I I cents. The Chicago rate i# unihanged from tin* original figure#, 20 cents. Corn will remain 17 cent# to St. I.oui- and 17 c rit# to Chicago. Mt. Pleasant and Pulaski War on Liquor Seilers. Wag* Th This iroom u broom# from Hadley. Ma-#, ’raveled west, pi re. Hearne BOLD ROBBERS. Despoil tho Residence of Mr. C. W Rand of Money and Valuables. They Cover Mr. Ha in I With Levelled Revolvers While They Help Themselves to iii# Willet, :i ii cf Money and His Wife's Diamonds. Dastardly Attempt to Kill a Detective at Marshallton ii -    \ Murder int On ion County Crazy from Business Troll Ides State News. ra! Ohio, BREEDERS OF SWINE. M r. ’’th** wa- a in the Hon. ding. and G [Special to The Hawk-Eyi ’LEA-ANT, la.. Sept. the transgress^ ly verified thi# court, now in sell. Leggett, jut way of uuidant district Cha.#. Michie 15.—That r i# hard” afternoon -ion her**, g**. pre- The Promoter# of Chester Bog form social.ion. Th** Cleveland. O >e Ohio Improved ii I r.t cr na I lr, ria I As. ort a I* of ort) her - of •ge T *d of the two About three o’clock this morn! glars broke into the residence of VV. Rand, at the corner of Sevei Court street.# and performed me most daring robberies **\(-r cornu in this city. The burglar#, three in number an entrance into the rear while one remained out# number proceeded in quest of They entered th** sleeping of Mr. Rand who wa- awake? slight noi-c made by them. I mediately covered by revolver to hi# head ami u>Sd to rex then w'hile one stood guard <*\( the other# proceeded to rifle of valuables. From Mr. Rand’s clothe# w nm* gold watch and tout sixty dollar# in money. | dressing ease# arni jewel box**-j were taken valuable piece# | belonging to Mr# I brooch* #. ring#, et* | -Tai hundred dollars, the J th** stolen article# falling f one thousand dollar#. When the robber- had secured I available and portable valuable# . treated and Mr. Rand irnm**diat« j fled the police headquarters by t* | and a detachment of police wa# j sent to the burglarized premi-es. At tiii# hour no trace t,f the rd | th** stnlen’property ha- been (ii-I and th** robber# have doubtless made good their escape from th** ! the railroad. rig our Mr. C itll ate of th ave f to fair.” Fine zation roved - and *<*tion, >f this if the ess as- I for Bal VV I .Cl nor #» 11 i tig. The Hawk-Eye.] . 15.—TI)** tria Sommer# befop heir has r,^i >ve Him he Hawk ta) *n a and Fr< or the roo jewel Rand. diamond pin#. , of the value of sev-il value of far short of the r re vs or ered thi- Mi of J* ravir farmer w unbalanced. Iii# [spec De- MOINX a barber, ha-of adultery, woman us \\ iff < aught Him. iai to The Hawk-Eye. #. Sept. 15.—J. B. been arre-ted on He *d Mi B Mr- ID f ire Petrov* it Hotel. FAVORED BY FAT! VV Th N arr o tv I Ascape# Boy, for an I ngtiartleil DISABLED AT SEA. The Ship Challenger Adrift iii a Badly Crippler! Condition. New York, Sept. 15.—The steamship Normandie arrived thi# morning, and report# the ship Challenger badly crippled and two hundred and fifty miles I n a storm on Sep-*n wen east of Sandy Hook, tember I st twelve rn overboard, four had arms and leg# broken and several were sick, leaving only four to work the ship. A tug was sent to her assistance. ’File vessel was terribly crippled and dismantled. upset the republic; declares that he ! never handled tin* money, which wa# Billion'.# affair, and -ay- that he has been deceived and mad** use of by everybody. It is stated that the Duehes-d’l’ze# is writing a novel based upon these intrigue#. Cardinal Rarapolla. the papal secretary of state, has instructed the papal nuncio here to assure til** French government here that there were never any negotiations between the vatican aud Boulanger or his agent#. Boulanger'.# attempt to villify the character of the Burh**--** d’Uz.e# is condemned by everyone. A newspaper controlled by Gen. Boulanger alleges that the real reason fur her lavish expenditures iu his cause was ardent a flee’ion for him personally, and that her aspiration was to conquer him by overcoming his indifference    or antipathy. She aspired to be his guiding siar and in--piration. says Boulanger, ami proposed to make him dictator in order to share the splendor of    hi# triumph when he should have    become the idol of France. To attain thi# end -he wx:s wiling to squander her millions. To prove her affectisn# were wasted. Boulanger cruelly declares that, although til** A wee #tnall boy about a# ole and big a# a minute furnished bin excitement for the pa##**r# i day afternoon at the corner of Jefferson street- and came near irug a good sized item with glar lines, for th** city pre##. A# I cernedly trotted along the mid* street drawing hi# littl** tin v hind him, In* imprudently an tim.-iv got in th** way of an team which came rumbling r corner at a breakneck pace. surprise of every body th** litt did not get run over, but *-• hair, and trotted on hi# way u Ile had not proceeded four r ever, before another team cam* inc down on him, and thi# tim appeared sealed, and th** horrif tapir# looked to #**<* him crush** th** massive wheels. L ,t r:>*. kindly fat** rescue# him and out of the “jaw#of death”unha as the reporter appeared upon ! 1 there was the t ! ting Mai day i**ra- -ter- and loa the IIF. RNO Burglar* at >x. la.. Sept. Bagley. W. II. Mf hi# cd Bishop Taylor will Le There. had whi a; Ca Rig with ii 111 v i n n «*s a f lied orth** way up th it. Smyth lri\**r#. tig-ter n wag< herexe v r**-- 0,1 danger ! :> other Hr** -gin# Ti M SWITCHMEN'S CONVENTION. Tile Action ut Hie Federation inoimlr Endorsed. I na iii- A-i liar art ro annu M It! ir a w METHODISTS AND THE FAIR. The SEEKING NEEBE'S PARDON. to commissioner is th** proper ac-ueh reeommenda* fit to make: and the ate to report their the commissioner of cd. and Morgan, it , a vote be taken to-eTiioon and the senate ad- TARIFF BILL PROGR AM. cQrren,.e the All Recommended >**nate Amendments. •“r of V'< ^ePl- 15.—The remain-artff jjjj”p ^‘xate amendments to the "c3«e..,‘' ri"' !e. P'U through the ways bl sBort order this "ttfh ;n    urren,:o Being recom- . ,    ;V hen the amend- i'^Tsood Y'V Ul'u r 5 as lh’1 date upon '’^rawi '■ .n nc* Sported should be ^tabers    reachfd, the democratic ti)n    some    disposition to . W^;niatfiam<‘,diluent s., as to iresult a , V.,nV' *1 "a# decided that hod bv u.11 rould be more speedily r?'>s ti,.,?    tb(> matter to the con- ‘E^commil7’iUd7takin« t0 adjust it of ti,"    a house; so as in tin lair. Chicago, Sept. 15.—The national world's fair commission bogan it# second session here to-day. The day’# work was devoted chiefly in settling duties and Franc! powers of the various officers and committees. To-night the city council passed almost unanimously the amended ordi-ance desired by tin* world’s fair directors, allowing the use of as much or little of the Lake Front as may be required for the purposes of the fair. Annual Picnic of Railway Conductor*. Rockford, 111., Sept. 15.—About one hundred and fifty conductors from < hi-cago division No. I, Order of Railway Conductors, came to Rockford Sunday on a special train and enjoyed their annual picnic here. They came by invitation of the Illinois Central road. The day was spent ill riding, feasting, and sightseeing, tin* freedom of tin* city being extended the visitor#.____ Odd Fellow# in .session. Toper \> Sept. 15.—Delegates to the sixth annual session of the sovereign grand lodge LO. O. F., which convenes here to-day and will continue in session during the week, are arriving on every train. This morning a procession was formed aud proceeded to the Grand opera house, where the opening exercises were conducted Ilorsford # Veld Phosphate Imparts New Energy to the Brain, (riving tin* feeling and sense of increased in tellectuat power. A Delegation of Chicago Citizens (Jo to Springfield on that Mission, Chicago, Sept. 15.—A delegation of citizens went to Springfield to-day to implore Governor Fifer to pardon Oscar Neche, one of the Haymarket prisoners. The delegation comprised E. S. Dreyer. A. Hoffman, Jr., Henry Wulff. S. Helansler, F. J. Wisner, M. M. Kuhlmann, Lawrence M. Ennis. Charles Barry, Lawrence B. Boyle, Adolph George, Rev. C. Loonier. J. Slayer. Dr. VV. II. Dyrenfurth, Franz Koch, Matt Benner, William Schmidt, Dr. Henry Neebe. Dr. Henry Neche, Jr., Louis VV. IL Neche, General M. M. Trumbull, T. J. Morgan and wife. Alderman Edward Muelbuffer. Senator Gar-rity and Monahan and M. Umbdenstock. The delegation had a private conference with Governor Fifer relative to the pardon of Oscar Neebe. The conference lasted two hours, but the governor made no definite statement as to what his action would be, although he encouraged the belief that he would take favorable action very soon. Of1*.?Iue,! ailtl (WU (^ttrrt'nk was noted, and the chai non-li r man Wreck on the Missouri Paciiic. Sr. Louis. Sept. IU—The through Kansas City express on the Missouri I a-eifie railway which left St. Louis at nine o’clock last night, was partially wrecked at Glencoe switch, about twenty-seven miles west of St. Louis. One passenger was killed and fifteen were injured, four fatally. _________ Thai tired feeling now so often le'ard of. i> entirely overcome by Hood s sarsapa > *, which givea mental aud bodily strength* Held Up the Wrong Mail. Danville, 111., Sept. 15.—A young crook named “Chinny” Murphy Saturday night robbed three men in succession at, the point of the revolver. The last one he robbed, M. C. Pemberton, grabbed him when turning to go, wrenched hi# revolver from him and struck him down, and called for help until the police arrived. __ Snit Begun A gainst H tins Combine. Chicago, Sept. 15 —Suit was begun by the city this afternoon to forfeit the charter of the Chicago gas trust and th** four ga# companies of which it i# composed. The hill charges that they have illegally combined to suppress competition and create a monopoly with the result that the city and individual consumer# are charged exorbitant prices for ga#. Illinois Confer*-!!*-*- Object* to Open. tug (lie Exposition on Sundays. Jacksonville, 111., Sept, 15.—The j Illinois Methodist conference was occupied thi# forenoon in hearing various report# from representatives of different church enterpri#**s. A colored brother from a neighboring church was present and was made a handsome present. Rev. A. Bradshaw, a superannuated preacher of Decatur, was brought up standing for continuing services in James Chapel contrary to the discipline of the church. The body p:t#--ed a resolution protesting against granting the sale of intoxicating liquors on the grounds of the world's fair and entreating the managers to close the ex position on Sundays. THE DEADLY WIRES. Lineman Hoop Meets His Death in a Horrible Manner. New York. Sept. 15.—A crowd of people who attended a play at the Bark theater to-night were treated to a horrible spectacle when leaving. Lineman Loop had gone up a [toll* in front of the theater to fix an electric light and in #ome way received tin* deadly current. Ile lay limp across the wires while the awful sizzle of the electricity burning into hi# flesh could be hoard below. He was removed a# soon as possible and taken to the hospital w here he died. Deposed By General Underwood. Columbus, Ohio, Sept. 15.—General John C. Underwood, head of the patriarch in i I ti taut and grand sire of the sovereign grand lodge of tile Odd Fellow# has issued an order deposing Captain General Frankly!) Ellis, of Troy, Ohio, and placing him under arrest for insubordination in presuming to assume command of the patriarch militant, Where is the Flag *.’ Bloomington, 111., Sept, 15.—General John McNulta has placed an advertisement in the local papers asking information that will tend to locate the Lexington battle flag. It was last seen in this city at tin* burial of General Giles A. Smith, in 1#7<’.. General McNulta has called a meeting of the survivors of the battle of Lexington, and it is desired to find the old bullet-perforated banner. washed } duches# is old enough to bt* hi' grandmother, and although hi* scorned her advances. he flattered her vanity #o far as to accept her money. This charge has rotis«*d th** greatest indignation among th** friend# of the duche## and her son has promptly challenged Boulanger. A-a tit conclusion to a scandalous story. M. Mermlix, th** author of ti   oui ##e# tie Boulangism.” a##*rt- that General Boulanger i# now living on ti)** charity of a mist r*"#. wa tt' Buffalo. N. Y mial conventioi a1 Aid Assoc ill be called t There ing in w :i pated. asked i tvcd of pelining replied ept. 15.—T md tree ion of xrder ii North Ai TRIED TO KILL A DETECTIVE. ion art; A W*»uld-t*e A#*a**iii I'iie-1’r*>i!ii*i**iit iii til*- it Urn- rand M at J. r Bark*' barger Ca#**. ept. 15.—A.*a appr in d and Gr EXCITEMENT AT LISBON. Til** Opening of Hie Corte* \tten«ie<l With I nusnal Demonstrations. Ll * ie in, Sept. 15. -The reassembling of the Corte# to-day caused great excitement throughout the city a# a stormy debate on th** Anglo-Bortugueso treaty j wa# expected. Shoji# and office# were closed and thousand# of citizen# of all cla#se# wended their way to the parliament buildings. Soon after opening th** certes, Ribeiro, th** minister of foreign affairs, moved the adoption of the Angio-Bortuguese treaty. He began to read the various modification# which the government adopted in order to assuage the public hostility to the treaty, but before he had gone far was silenced by the progressist minority. Amid th** tumult Major Zerpa Binto arose and shouted to the progressists: “Hold your tongues.” Upon this a progressist priest, named Brandoa. a#-saulted Sorpa Pinto and a lively pugilistic encounter ensued. The president, being unable to restore order, suspended thesitting. Whim the courts reassembled Ribeiro introduced an English convention with certain modification#, it wa-referred to a committee, whereupon th** progressists moved that Lieutenant Uon-tinho, wiio seized the British steamer at Chieromo deserved the confidence of tip-country. The sitting was concluded in an orderly manner. the f* neral < ini Hail un pie wa* . T! Ho f< ra< ati THE FIRE FIEND. M. .IdlTreyrn Dead. Sept. 15.—M. Joffreyen, ment- PA RI ber of the chamber of depute is dead. LEAPED TO HIS DEATH. Opposed to Equal ^presentation. Jacksonville. 111., Sept. 15.—In the Methodist conference this morning a lively discussion was had over a proposition sent around to the various eomor- Wliiit Does It Mean? “HYI Doses One Dollar" means simply Dial Hoods Sarsaparilla is the most economical neilicine to buy. because it gives mon* f ur the money than any other preparation. Each bottle contains IOO doses and will average to hist a month, while other preparations taken according to directions, are gone in a week. Therefore, be sn re to get Hood’s Sarsaparilla, the best blood purifier. The Vote iii Arkansas. Little Rock, Sept, 15.—Tho official majority for Eagle, democratic candidate for governor, is 21,086 over Fisher (union labor aud republican candidate). The total v >t<* In the state was 101,448. of which ’Eagle received 106,267 and Fisher S5, ISI. A handsome complexion is one of the grnit-est charms a woman can possess. Pozzoni’s Complexion Powder gives it. Harry Herndon Terrible Mangled at W’est Ouincy. Missouri. Quinca . 111., Sept. 15.— Friday night there occurred a terrible accidental West. Quincy, which resulted in tin* death of a young man by tin* name of Harry Herndon. The young man had gone aeros# th** river on the long line train, and in jumping off at th** depot, in some manner was thrown under th** wheel# and horribly mangled, being almost completely di#**m-bowfled. The conductor summoned Dr Lee. w bo was taken aerossth** river at two o’clock to give the unfortunate man such relief as In- could in his dying moment#. The poor fellow was so horribly mangled that the train men refused it* move him. fearing that one touch might quicken his death. Many I.ive# Endangered in a Uonne«tl« iit Boarding Hon#*-. Damp in Conn., Sept. 15. — Fire broke out this morning in Tnlley # boarding hous**. Twenty people were in the place and the flam* #, which were about the stairway, cut off th** only mean# of escape. Many of the occupant#, some of them women, scaled down the front of the building to the cornices. Jennie Hanly, who was on th** third floor. swung out on a blind, which broke, precipitating her to th*- ground, being fatally injured. Forest Fires in Was Ii iii g ton. Eli.! \*iu Ro. Wash., Sept. 15.—Forest tire# have been raging in th** moan- ' tains along th** lim* of th** Northern Bantin since Thursday. Saturday night traffic wa# suspended. The flame# reached a large pile of ti*** lying along the track and th** heat wa# #o intense that tit** rails for a distance of eighteen hundred feet were warped out of #hape. The tire# ar** still raging. Western Union Telegraph Office Burned. Lynciirvrg. Va., Sept, 15.—Fire la#t night destroy'd the Western Union tele- J graph office and half a block of other building. Lo##, si50,000. Continued. I The favorable impre##ion produced on I tint first appearance of the agreeable I liquid fruit remedy. Syrup of Fig# a few I year# ago has been more than confirmed by th** pleasant experience of all who : have used it. and the success of the proprietors and manufacturer# tin California Fig Syrup Company. Tim Southampton strike Over. Sou riiAMi*ton. Sept. 15. Tin #tr ke of fireman aud seamen i# ended, tin- ad-I Vance a#k*-*l bv tin* men having been con-i ceded. Captured a Hor#fthif.f.—sheriff I Crane, of Fairfield, captured a horse-■ thief down near Elliott, Wednesday night. The culprit'# name is John Kuhns, and ii** was wanted for stealing a I team of fine horse# in Noble county. Iud. Sheriff McClain, of that county, i# in the city to-day to take charge’of^hinCand re-' turn with him to Indiaua. M WILL LIVE IN PRISON. Andrew sundberjj. Ottumwa'* \ged Murderer, Sentenced for Life ground given on I >1 tx \ ('rg. th Amir. hi* w *a' bv hi# ti, md ti in ti)? red i r< ta Cai W I rtday, be more tiary. S is prohat pinto iii* been tot; ing on al doubt, x stoical i d a st will ii a vt vent a ti lia# re knight I Til The hun eight yea md berg i# an that that to ift*. During Iv indifferent ■Hit him and i 11 be rec difference, r-ond time t to be wa rd attempt. Ute mal and veil Who end bcd w ri hat w sen ten itll th* he h \ rn am* In anc pre \[e**r aft Ait ti#ter race The follow-i!!>r*e#:    Harry    Pott#. Bernard. John Berry i:. In tile three-min-m: cav** made entries: Joe Know Ie*. John a*!"V.. Brown Collins ich will be called clock, will be directed >ayton and C. IS. Clapp ratal. The ’rot# will into mr the tra POISON IN THE PIE. I armer Near Charleston, la, I nder Simpleton* Ui re ti in*t a nee*. Cit ARI.F.vroN. Sept. 15. A farm*-! Die- ing near Bl iiarleston died under v**r piciouscirc urns la net •s Friday, and ti talk in tin * neighs irliood that his was caused I by pols/ ming. IL* wa# ing in a fie Id and #t« upped to eat iii* day lunch. While doing thi* ii** cl with a ic eighbor. Upon finishin lunch, he resume* i work anti I): dent I gone far when the friend not»« **d bin -dagger and fall. Hastening to the -id of tho stricken man, the friend wa# sur prised to find him in great agony. Th man wa# #utTering int**n#*dy ai no RAILROAD MATTERS. Widening tile De** Moines and North treat-em. Herndon, la., Sept, 15.—General Superintendent G. W. Ogilvie, General Passenger and Ticket Agent W. S. Jennings, Headmaster J. II. Sullivan, Trainmaster C. A. Ross, and other officials of the Des Moines and Northwestern railroad, passed over the road la#t. week on a As n i>ick-nie-up u*t- llofl'tnau # It trtnii Headache Powders in tin* morning. Henry —The mayor of Iowa City ha* sworn in all Hie male janitors of tin- schools a# special policemen, without pay from tile city, to enforce order and law and put a stop to the practice of hazing and all unruly conelet on the part of tilt* boys. that he the pain ti ole.-had eaten w iii ter. He req! hi# wife and back and died KH great intens f wha - it was tin h, he #aic csted the •hildren, in a few Rmhnm-t stomach. Pill# ltd like magic on a weak had caused pi** that he . was quite bit-friend to go for but called him minutes. The coroner had til** dead man’s stomach re moved and Ail! make a thorough investigation of the case a# there are many ugly rumor# afloat. Broom corn i# a native of India. Mr. R. A. Traver, a broom corn broker of Mattoon, Illinois, say# that Ben Franklin is th** father of the broom corn business in thi* country. Ben picked a #*** d from an Imported broom once upon a I Pt-u-u s* W. C. T. I . Note-*. Woman sn ffrag** a uu pr plank# were placed i n the ph the People’s party in N cw York The Ma*#a< hU'. it* a HP I nrfkviiiuii I An \ t * iv q > md Host ll* 'if’lflli Ii. A. ll. along the r Mrs. Leavitt writ ii I rs?**s the union# to un rea*e the to #ecurt* signatures to the wor Miss M or goo. stock re porter New York Cr, **. *.t. <1 to be \ competent judge of *t Mom Mew building on th** gr-mi im*k in N rintende 'how that female cl- rk , efficient than were tm* I tin* census return'. | Th** annual *ermon at the : lienal convention 1# to be pr* Mrs. Rouna#. preside*! t of {Him A Kau sa* paper *’at *-* that d I ten year* of pron ai tit it, the [i I of that *tat«* tin# im r* !*e(i fifty ! and crime ha* Uecreas* j cent. -( ov * r Ail Soul#’ I ’ tiivc: *ai i*T, churel I neapoii*, ha* *ub#,iiut **<1 water | at it# ‘ommunion #**r\ ic**, becai j down fail of on* of it* member# ! a reformed drinker. >r ti Lur' WL C. T. -tate fair. >it Porter tmh more counting it'd by xty per ap is the m ct pc asaut toikt adjunct ;