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   Alden Times (Newspaper) - August 15, 1890, Alden, Iowa                                THE ACTS OF ooyoiiEss. SUMMARY OP A WEEK'S LEGISLATIVE WORK.     _ Ulllii Knit Itaiiitutlmi* Inlroiluoail unil Top-'     lea pitciiKUil lirltia Nulluiiitl Hull}' ul Lanr-'^lnkarii'  �' �..... The aonnta on (bo 6tb wet nt in n. in  mtlon of thotwiff liill. 'J ho peudioq paragmpk wu tho ouo rolntinR to "oylludor nd'Crown Rlitmi tinltikoJ." Honatot Uorr; ddniiBd tho toimte on the Koncrnlmbject of iKflH l�Klilfttlon. Hoileniud tbo corroot-nen of Senator illnoooV'ii itHnertlon 't4iM . Ilia qoeitlon bml bum Diinlly KetUod nt tbo iMt pntldeDllal olwtlon. A irinjotity of. tho Ameriwu pooDlc; Honnlor'llen'.r MMrted, bbl not then docUred lu tuvof of � pjoo-ttve theorTi but tiither in .favor pFa parly that BdTocntcd laritt for roTonno only. Booner or Inter rlijbt would proTalli alid then, but not until tliDii', could it bo miid lb�t (ho iinretion^iia lliinllv lettled. IIo -detiount- UI ngouooffntiin priilimiiiin. �ailinK under fiiUo colom, nud' ncUbnr houcit on ile . fnco nor in It* pnrpone, II profiimioit to reduce tnioH, bnt it nicreivfiiMl Uien; it profomod to eiiualizo diitiva on iui|iorti,-but it tundn them KroRnly u.,ff|H(il.    Iln btli vod lh:it (or Cull offered � rtioliillout whioh WM Bgroed (o,.Xoii(raotinR the xomtuitloe on foreluuruUtlonH (a inqatrotnd report Mioh tiionanru m nuy be uotoM�ry_(of the .frp. tootlou of cUiMUH of tho UulttdSlnteiiwho , -we��-fofm�rlyTmrtdoDt�T?t-eubmnaTalf^ jeoti of Hpiilni egnluit proKOoutioD by.tho UpBoleh goverumeut tor oReniei Blleged to bkv� been (lommtttod by Ibou]. The oonfereifoe report ou the fortiQention bill V&i tiken U|i for eoualdoratiou and after �otue dlionaaion tbo conferouou report waa agreed to> Tbo conrorouco rrporton the euudry.oivil nppruiirlntion bill wai^thcn taken up nud the nclion of tho committee on the Hubject of tho brldKO and rinduct at Jlook lalauit (dootinR to require the mnnlelpalily to sbaro the oipenae and ownnrahlp) wa) orllioiaeil -by Honator' BdiuuudHi who contrnsled that . llberalilr of the committee with its fuoBQhcHH and paraimony in rB> fnainK to the widow of the dead cbiof jus> tieb the babkiico of hie yeat'e aalary, Honutor Hhorrnaii oiproancs hl� regret at tho RtrikinK out of tbii itenm for the famt-lioa of deccancd moiubeta Jind of tbo late Clilaf J��nco AVttllM.  no wcd'd bimHelf taxea ebuuUi bo luricd and diitloa iiiipnncj for the aule purpone of rnri'nne on 'nrtiiHoa of luxury, nnd not on articloH of iiecciiiiily. Under the wiBo; prudent nnd imtrlOtTii lul-minlHtratlun of (Jiovir Cli'Tcliind nBurpliiii Id tbo triMiiury lind nceuninlftlfd, The queatiou WH� bow it abould bo din: |k)etd of. Hut nuw nt tho close of one aeeaion of couKri;!>� nndcr i�"Hi-.|iulillcn� nd-miulBtraliou, tbo (jueatlon in bow lb gnnrd ngniuiit ii ilollflcncy. And .vut, lu-atead of mofllriK tlial! detlnleucy in a wny �omowbnt Jnat, iiihtcnd of Inii'oninK no income tax -on tbo woallliibr vlnaHciii it wna proposed .tp add to tbo burdeuu that wore borne by tho poor. Sennlor WIIkoii, of lows, replied to Seuntor llntrf. _Jlo rend (or that Keullemtfu'a iufurnmtion,' iin ar-IIcIb from the Kort DoiIrcXu,, MiMHviiiiir, contraatinR tbo. couditiou of the fnrincr and worklugman now and ton ytnrH , �K0> and abowlnK Iboj'HiaLtuductlnu tUat-j liaa. taken placo (p the prices of Household and aRriculturnI iiuplcmonts and thii neceasnry coinmodillcs wiinintbnt dPCftdo. As to the talk abont dupifSHion in Ike farming iuteri'St and about tho onorniouM amount of farm iiiortKaKnii, Knnnlor \Vi|. �on Hold tlio farm iuoiIv'uki'h of Iow� have b'on pnbliNbiil nl $:,r,7.(ii"i.t)l)i), wlim m fact that was tin- iNlal nsiii�rd valtlnliyn of ibo farniH iti )>  uuUnlu lliuil of farm morlgnyet in Iowa was IJT)!.onii.duii. IMscussloni wai coutliiiioil for a luni; tiiuo. Olbor ninondnumts weru alio ufl'oreil uml discniuuil,-Jifler  which- I b�-deum�-nti fiivlnn to the family of every olllcor of the Kovornment, wUo d'ied lit\tno fanrncifi, the bilaiico of bis p'ly during tho calendar year, Tbo dinuUHHiun Ibeu turned on items in rolnllon to Ibo Irriualion Kurvey and tbo publio laiidH, and it was cnj-ried on at much Icnijtb. I'Innlly tho conference report was agreed to, and further coiiforeuco ordered On tho irrlKation 'Huui wbioh bad been |iiifltpuiicd, ntid .Senntom Alliiiou, Hill and Oi;rmnn renpiiuiiitud couforrnea on tbo part of the spiiato. The tarlfi bill was Iben taki'H np, brtt-,.wont over witbonl ut--lion. A joint rcsoluttbri was introdncml to oo-repl from tbo nntiDnareUcampmoiit, G. A. It., a statno and pedratnl of"tbn late Uon. tirnul, to bo elected In tbo capilol. Adjourned.     - Tbolionne on the 8th resumed consideration of the ({enaral dellctuncy bill, the lioiidliiK (piitstion beiUK on tbo ambudinent Knmtiug � mouth's extra psy to employes of lUu bouHO an U;UU0 a I f rtl(*, to move tltat the Iioumu nonconcur in all the Heniito amuudiiicnU - to tbo Indian apprnprialion bill, nnd lu dsk lor a eoiiim lieu of cuuferi.'i.c< niia on Ibe 5tb a motion was made to lav on tho table tbo motion to ro eonsider the voir, by wli:rb Ibe llOUbU parfs^d the hill to ^*r!Uil Ifave** of tib^euco to rlorks in tliKt ami iseuund ' rl.ies post-olUeos. Tlifl niatiuu to rpooi.sider was tabled. Mr. iSnydtr, of MinneKola, rising to B iiuostiou of privilego, denounced as a falnubood nn nrlicle apjicariUR in the Uelroll papers stnt-. ine nt thi" i'lmferonco - tirlwoeii th� Minnesota del-fjulionaiid Hprak^r Hoed relntivft lo rerl.nu tiiiiiruvcinrnts of tbo Hsnit Slu Jl.ariiiji . itl>-youT-iiTinmt io5a".~~SITr5li^ Kinloy,'from' ttiu coniniittee on ruteH, r'e-porlei neiiate aCnov.iriTenT^    ' ^ '"' ' lu llie linnse on llHV_r''b ^I'r. Heed, of Iowa, pieneuled the c: nfi roueo ri:p-�-rbanKtM5 s r .M.vi>lurf. siiclr ns Ihn law contemplatod una not suc-l.Ctiatful. 'tbu onlor world did not kuo*_ Ihc osael hour which bad beeu Dxcd for lb 'ovent; but it kuow tbo time approximated and a'lilllo ansoniblano of loilerorB at Ibo gate oftte prison bofora dawn Ibis morning was good nvidGnco.UiBl tbo inlcrtsl iu Ibo event wns keen nnd genoral. IJosides tboio curiosity seekorT iiiii n live corps of uownpaper ruporlerH gnlbcred iu-lho limad road in front of tbo prison grounds nnd wailed fur tho signal that would tell Ihem that llie oiocntioii was oVor. At o o'clock this nioruiuB there \ 'birt, wbuBo poHshrd front Was 6r-poBC 1 directly bolow alltllu bow of lawn ' Till* Wna IVllllniii Kvnimler. tho man who was about to undergo tbu Feuttncii of death. Uebind him walked Dr. lliingbton and Chaplain ValeH. Komnili r won by fnrThp coolest man iu tbo party. He did ucJJIooRv about Ibo room wilb any �pecial degrceXot inlerust. 11" hesilded as the door w.K j-bim-ftml locked brittle Till other �Aa ns though be diil not actly what lo do. Tbo wooden ~ plnei'il in front and a littlu to tbo rigUt of the eseeulion chair, faciug'n-filtlo circle of men. Kemmlcr sat do�u (loinpoBodly,, looking about bliu and then op\aud down without any evidouco of fear orvof espe-petti! inttrrcst m -t he-cvrmrr �"�no'~re� HOME AND HUBEY. leB^n-janjUO tOrtlUCBUonhi    ataWlourned wm pr��pnt�d,.bUt-wBra.o�BiiwiihoBl- - Uon. The aeuate (h�n wBnrinto bibob-(! UvBJaiaion.- Adjournad. In tba; boasB on tha 7lb, on motion of up, tho nuBstion being on Butler's amend-mciil rediioing tho riulv on cotton tfes to Its per Cent, nd ValoromI After a long dis. OUssloo it was rejected by a alrict party vote. Senator I'lunib moved to reduce the 10 cent additional duty on hoops, when out into langtba for baling purposes, to )-lUc�nt.  Aa no quorum voted, tho sen- _______----- -....--ww��W� WI Ur. Bingbam, of FonnsyWania,  r�Boia> (ion wbb Bdnpud calling an (ba poatmM. Ur-nnsrai for copiea ot-ifio agr��niBn(a for tbBUMiB|>or(b(ionof the mallj:betws�!L(b*: -CnitBd-8t�t�b ond^foreign cDunlrisf.iba eondilioaB on wbiob (b* awarda were mad* d (b�nt�r6r[Aymen( for Berrlot; Tbb bona* tb�n wanl' Into oommUtes pt tbBwbola on tba RBniral, da&oi*i>�y *>U>-Ur. BoMr^JMVBd (o ifrlka nnt-Us olania Bp^priati^J6.000 to pajr Om. Uatbevi la tba bonia on'the Uth, on motion of Mr, UcKinley tbe senate Joint reaolntion iraa"paaaed,'aeceptlDg from the O. A.. 11. a talaa of Q�n. Grant. Tho apeakar then tatwl tbe vote waa upun the reaolntion Itp�M�d bj the commiltee ou mlea, prodding (hat after two hours' diibitte it ahall bainorder(0 'tuova' uou-cbiioorreueo In ,�Maita-am ndniants to tbe Indiiiiit appro-ariatjonJillUt- -Jhfl reanluttou waa adopted, Ur. Enloa, rialng to a (iheation of_priT-Ubb*; aaid (bat pauding (ba call of. lbs boBSababad (arisdoat of (ba bouBawitb-at bia bat to aUand (b aoma bnaiuaaa iir lMi� o�p|t�l, 'InjiBaaing' oa( of ^ba door t�a doortaaiiaijnidldin-he^uid-not paaa Urn. Ha offBWd a taaoiiition (o brink iba NiwbcmBrfepdnF lp|�i4 nSMnfot -tt wm^^lToSte i� m^i'rL*'^ III. of )te b4MB .Mrs. Jamoi Urowii i'ullar .Salil lo Lone ror Tll,-iii 7Vo�v. ^ TboTatoBt Tensation in Xew York so-cietyjuxcUs .Xa. J�i_,verv well antbenlicBtod report that-Mrs.** Jamo� Brown roller, after tho cinse of her presout season in Australia, wUI retire from tbo stago, nud once luota Inrow herself into the still extended arms of her palleat and long suf-ferjuK husband.' There have been numerous rumors to this f Oecl ever since she abandoned her luxurious homo for the tootUgbVsrbttt-lbis lime, si least, tbu stuty comea-frora a-source and iSBupportod tiy facts which placo it beyond cavil. Mrs. Potter has had decidedly the worst of it since tba commencement of tbo Australian tour, spiLJJie Indlcalisms- ojce-thalJhy-tho time she )s ready to sail for ,home there will bo n balance ou the wrong side of her cash account running ii^Ftiolo big figures. It, moreover, privalo advices from .Aus-trmlia ore to b� relied onrshe has bad moro than bar fill of tbe attentions an.d inUuence of Kyrls Bellow, aud is mbre than ready to throw that very smooth apd smirking gentleman overboard. Aa ' an int'eroBling climax to the report, it is said that Mr. Potter, who has always Blood by and de-fundad hia.erratio wife, Is-ready to forgive and forget-and-restoro'lier'to fbeTiiiiily (jrnsMn jn�t �b innTi.n�-h*-i�-�AU�ll�,t lliat he baa Ibrown both the footlights and Mr. Bellew over for good and all. NEXT TO THE QUEEN^ . Banol Trots a Mlla In 'JitI 1-4-A nron-itarftil I'arrarmBnea. Fifteen (bonsand people went ont to Ibe Buffalo driving park on the 8tb Inst., st-tracted.byNha announcement that Sunol and Belie Hnmlin would' attempt to lower the records of 2:10i and 2:12^, mads by tbemtospecttrely. After somBxpreliminn'ry warming np the judges annonnood that'tbo borsea would be Bene to beut^ ti^lS; Thia ,waa for the purcQsajif giving Snool n record as a'l-yeiir-old, tho bint record up to date being '2:10.' Belle llamliu was sout ftrst, bar time b^ug 'i:Ui. The ealifomia wonder, Banol, waa then oalUd up. SbB paaaed Iba quarter in :U3i, half in IrikSJi, (be (brsarqnarten in 1:38^, and. tba mile In 3:ll;i, just (hrso seconds fas(er (ban her Oallfornia taoord, Conaidaring^he (rack, irhTcFwaaaannngTy "In goofl cotidiiTbn, iBa'tSTfaeOtTB^'TCe wlnd^onll's lUttcC inada caUfbmwof n fait MBond^:8nnor> '   *~ awa^^lbia, 4qnala-^tbB( INmkad bar nnt (bM>�qa�na( tnttan, Unnd 8. oloBod behind :en;laul^oii~llitr ot know exactly what to do.   Tbo Wooden chair was anylbiug, as tbou|.;h be was rather pleased nt being the center of interest, .\tler bo h.ad been seateil tba waid^en aai'J; "Now, gentlomou!' Ibis i-i \Dllnuii_-iiunim!(?n-1-hnvo waniiid hiiu that ho has (4ot lo die, and If he has aoytbiu',' to sav bo will say it." As Iho warden finished, Kcmmler tnokPttTip-imd-Hinrt nnrliVKlr^cverv&U'o^ wthoul any busitalion aud a.-, though bu bad I'reimrml llltu�olf With � Si>�c�tu "Wtdl, I winb ovory one Kood luck in this world, and I tbiok I am g::iiig.to a good place. Tho piipeis b.ivo been saying a lot of Blutt that isui hO. Tbats^fti bavo to say." With Ibe coueluBion ot Iho speech bu turned his b.icfc to tbe jury, took off bis cont and handed it lo the warden. This disclosed tbo fact that a hSlo had boon cut from the band of bis IroUBcrs down so as lo expoes tho base of tho spine. Kommlor then sat down iu tbo olcclnc chair as tatotly as thuugb bu �UH Hilling down" watehe* in tbo hand* of lome of the witnesses regi�tor�d Ol'Oj tb� elrslri-onrront was turned on. There waa a stiHo den conTutiilonTsriEisTrBmni tu"~lbo cbalr.^ A spasm wont overK from bead- (6 foot, eonflnod by straps and apring that bold i( Ormlyao that nb limb or otber parts of the' body htirred mofo than (be malt (racdon of an inch from i(s /;s(ing place. The (witobiug that the muselei of tbe. fsco nn-dorwent givo tt for a moment tbo exprea-siou of pain, bnt Va Cry KuiB|>e CAOO PHYSICIAN .1 dirmer.-Tbo �wrmtcn-stOuU" to rig�t ~ rr-wuknpovu-la-liaMaBiai--:;..:--7.~ -rJElM^WMltpii aad^Ual-poriiM* of Bo. kwtteKbfobaaaTbiled bj NroraatoriM sa mtanpoQla.   Tba daango'ia grau, Miovril-udt ttUiiAM bado iko ol KwfiltlinludMBkl ou Til.- aud George Vierliug. of .\lbanr, ou his left. They immediately began to adjust tbe Btrnps oround Koiuniler's body, the con-emnod^mnn holding'uphis arms so as to give thora.oTory assiBlanco:!' When the straps wore odjnslod about tlie body, his arms were faEteued. donn and then the warden leftuod over und period KemmJer's f o iu n hurry. �    . lie Siiro TImt KvarytldllE l> AM IClRbu" Two or three times ho repealed these phrases. Warden Durston reassured hiin tb�t-it--would--n� :bim' Tifiji iiud thai'ho Durston) would bo with him all tha way tbrouijb. But it was not foiir that Kemmler felt. It was a rather certain pride in tbe eiactnoBB of tho experiment. lit aeemed tojmve^ greater^intore^^ iiUcceSiPlHat those who had made tbo preparations for it and who were watching its progresa to its final conclusion. When tbe etrapB had been all adjusttd to tbe body tba varden placed his bond ou Kommler'a bead^ nod adjusted the rubber cap with B satnruted. sjiouge. Th^vvardoo then took in his baud tho leather nurucas to adjust to the head of the condouiued. It was a Bjuzzle of brood leather etrapa whiob went ooross the forcheBd and chin of tbe man in tbe obalr.. -.'-Tbe top strap.pKMiacd down against tha nose of Kemknier antilit was tiatteued down slightly over liia faoe. Warden Durston turoed'to the asacmbled'"dOotora when be bad flniBbtd'these iblnga, and aaid: "Do the d(ao
                            

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