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   Burlington Hawk-Eye (Newspaper) - February 2, 1887, Burlington, Iowa                                THE ESXAIUSHZD WASHINGTON afonthj v Statement of the Condition of tbe Public The Director of the SUivr Bill tat llUnoU Ixtava and Blair reunion following is a recapitulation of thc debt statement issued Interest bearing total including deot on which interest has ceased since debt bearing no total debt including decrease of debt during r the cash in thc treas nrv available for the reduction of the Total cash in the as shown by the treasurers peneral ATTOIXTEl rXDIAX COMMISSIONED The president appointed George of commissioner to select diminished reservation for the confederated hands of Walla and Umatilla vice Wil liam whose commission is re Senator introduced an lanendmeut to the sundry civil appropri ation bill directing the secretary of war to cause n survey to be made of the llli noif and Desplaincs rivers from La Salle to with a view to the improve ment of the so as tomainuein a waterway 1 MI feet wide and 7 feet deep the places The secre tary is also directed to cause a survev to lieiaade and u canal located from lo Lake at or near with dimensions tinsame as those speci fied for the waterway aud with locks MO He is further re quired to institute fiurvcjs for a canal SO 1cet wide and 7 feet with locks 170 feet lung and 0 feet from the Illi nois river at or near Hennepiu to the Mississippi river at or near the mouth of Hock One hundred thousaud dol lars is appropriated for these It is further directed that work be not roramtnccd nor any uf the monev cx peuiled until the state of Illinois cedc to be 1niteii all right and title in any improvements now existing on the Illinois and to so much of the Mich igan canal us muy be required by the United The secretary of thc treasury today transmitted to the speaker of the house of representatives au answer bv the director of the mints to the house resolu tion relating to the silver Tbe director presents a table from which it appears that the cost of the amount of bullion delivered on monthlv purchases during the past fiscal year and the face value of the coinage During thc first sis months of tbe current tiscal year thc cost of thc monthly purchases of bullion was and the coinage In only one month did the ifc fall below The director fays it will be seen from the table that tbe Inw has been complied with during the past tlscal as as for the re maining six of the calendar year WHITMANS In reporting favorably thc bill to pen ion Walt Whitman at the rate of per the house committee on invalid MIVK the poet dedicated himself ttie war to the unceasing tut a volunteer of our sick and soldiers and that his almost de vniinnal were wellknown lo citizens of Washington and the THK AMI In its adverse report upon the senate bill granting it pension to tlif invalid of the limiM Should congrets pass this bill nnd tiie precedent set it should be nirried it would increase the pen Mm mils and in a ma iirily iif us in this no relief irom itrtual embarrassment or poverty woiijii be It was well known that tlniiisunds of poor fcnd aged widuws Minm ntul worthy were nied the pittance of per month rnusi uf tlirir inability tn connect the death of their husband with their mili tftry while in this case no sort of Haim was advanced that the death of iiiicni LniHii was attributed to bin militriry It wits a well known fart Logan was iu possession of nn ample and while the commit entertain thc highest regard for lith nn account of her high character personal as well as on account of anil gnllaa record of Gen unil as a soldier and his useful and record as a civilian and elates they lieiicve that of Itis and nil similar bills would lie in the ilireitim of building up in this country an contrary to the very princi Ilre uf an ciual government for for rticli Ueneral Logan so gallantly fought m the war anil so ably contended in inc lime of A similar report was lirrscmcd in the case of the senate bill to increase the pension f the widow of rtncml Frank The republican members of the committee also presented mmnrity earnestlv recommend the of the bill to pension The after reciting tic brilliant career ot Ccneral that it is reasonably certain that death was the direct result of his miii uiy and that his transcending achievements were voluntarily contribu tions of his splendid military in fipireilliy convictions of duty aud patri otic seldom equalled and never pAcrric Tlie senate committee n the judiciary ilmicr considered this morning the house providing for an investigation Pacific railroad An Ilier meeting is to take place this after at which il is expected action will The following nominations of post masters were made today Hig Iowa THK HAWAIIAN IK president to day eenl a message to imunc in response to a rccoiuikm of of representative callinrr upon juniur n copy of ihe treaty or conven proposed to the senate and ratified WM between the United States the government of the Hawaiian In the copy transmitting thc t cl the secretary of state with ac the president says 110 whatever has been aereed to hc president j J he preamble to the reso tn Ul documents referred c clion of 11lc executive lid commuui myduty to expend any portion of the money appropriated bj tile act approTed August iniaming of larsc denomination in lieu of de nomination cancelled or retired nor has that or any other monev belonging to of ae States been expended for such The jecre tmry that from August one not8 to the amount of were but that impossible to fix the sum which has been expended in their because ol the mixed cuaractenof the denominations ofmnulated money Bandied by the re demption bureau of the treasury No ones or twos have been issued their Of thc mutilated ones and twos cancelled and destroyed since August uorinstead of any other ones or twos or or or 000 notes likewise cancelled and destroyed for no ones and twos have been issued since Hefthcncalls attention to the fact that the one and two dollar notes destroyed have been more than re placed by one and two dollar certificates issued between August 4 and December 1885 which amounted to The amendment to the river and har ior bill introduced by Senator George approuriatcs for the pay meat of the salaries of the Mississippi aver commission for the fiscal years end tag June THE OUAHA Senator Manderson todav introduced tMllo appropriate for the cn anil improvement of the public building at BURLINGTON WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY Fncn 15 Guns Wi the senate hia morning there were nine senators iresent at the opening find two more en ercd the chamber during The credentials of Algernon Pad as senator from for the erm commencing March were iresented and placed on The eeuttte thtti resinned thc consider ation of the sundry civil appropriation In the disscussion of one of the Allison said if congress appro priated the full amounts estimated for by he various and added there to what would be required for various Tension there would be if surplus left for next un efesthc revenue was largely in The total auiountestimated for was about MiMillan offered an amendment for the purchase of Darl Gutherzs picture entitled Farming n On motion of Mahone an amendment making the for a public building at was Frye offered an amendment appro priating for the purpose cnter nad providing for tle expenses of the international medical congress at its annual meeting in Washington in Sep Aereed bpooner oITered an amendment ap iropriating for a public building at La in addition to thc heretofore Agreed Without disposing of the bill the sen ate In the house a resolution requesting the senate to furnish tbe house with a duplicate engrossed copy of thc senate ill forfeiting certain portions of the Northern Pacific land irrant was The committee on naval affairs re ported the naval appropriation Ke Terred to the committee of tbc Thc oommiUee on invalid pensions TC porled a bill granting a pcnsiftn to Walt Placed oa the private calen The same committee reported adverse ly the senate bills granting pensions to the widows of General Logan and Gen eral Placed on the private calen The house yens nays a bill providing for an additional justice for the supreme court of the District of The house yeas nays to consider the nrmy and took a re the evening session to be for the con si duration of bills reported from thc committee on military The first bill rnlled up at the evening session was one regulating thc pay of officers of the array aud navy who refuse or neglect to provhle for the support of their The bill was Thc following bills were also passed thc senate authorizing the president to confei brevet rank on nrmy officers for gallant services iu Indian campaigns und thn house bill authorizing the secre tary of wnr to credit the territory of Dakota with for ordnance and ordnance stores issued to said The next bill called up was the senate bill amending article 103 of the rules and articles of gave notice that it would take a quorum to pass the bill us long as it contained the brutal provision that deserters should be branded with the letter In view of the fact that there was no quorum Bragg withdrew the The following bill was passed the bouse bill authorizing the Elk Horn and Missouri Valley Railroad com to build its road across the Fort Mead military A number of private practically re moving the charges of were and thc house adjourned at PITS ANI of the Chicago Board of Trniln a sevenhour ses sion this afternoon and tonight the board of trade directors heard evidence against eight members who were charged with trading in puts and calls contrary to the edict issued by the board lat Novem Seven of thc eight accused were found guilty and suspended for periods ranging from 20 to W The sus pensions arc the result of the recently inaugurated crusade against the practices of prominent members of the regular who were nlso members of the open board and denied that thc larger organization had jurisdiction over any form of trading in another The crusade was brought about by the fact that the put and call operations had reached such magnitude as to confine the lluctuaiions in prices on the regular board to very narrow prodiciag a dull and lifeless raCCli Prine rni i mcmbcrs Oncof thc f the Md thc amendment thG Contrary to commerce bill up for unaE FOK SMALL from conceive it The KntffbtM Oppaoed to Ibe Intcntatv CBnimwHW Illi special to thc 2frm says Repre sentative Bailey has received a dispatch from chairman of the legisla tive committee of thc Kights of confirming the statement that that com mittee had asked the president lo veto the interstale commerce and giving as a reason for the committees action that the committee favored the Reagan bill a against the but that when thc former bill came from the conference it was almost bodily the Cu lom especially the most objection able features of Beaumont adds that the bill as passed is not in thc interest of the and repeats thc objection made in the letter to thc Appointed of Khotle Rome rcopondent of the Cincinnati WaMrito a cable dispatch sayil that Matthew of was this morning appointed bishop of Rhode bland by the STATE LAWMAKEES The Teiag Senatorship Decided by tie Election of Tk Indian Sew Jcmr Illinolc Little the senate the following nominations for the board of labor statistics were confirmed of Rock Island W of Danid of LaSalle of and Bert of Senator Wiggins presented a petition from citizens of Perry asking for the enactment of a law for the better pro tection of of presented tho following which was read By the that the audi tor be and is hereby directed to ascertain from the records of his office and of the adjutant generals office and report to the the names of all persons enrolled as members of General Swifts Cairo ex pedition of and afterwards re mained in the state service in the organ ization known as tbc regiment of the and who do not appear to have received any compensa tion services and that he also report the amount of compensation which appears to be due to each of said A bill was introduced by Johnson ask ing for an appropriation of for the expenses of the asylum for feeble minded and c further sum for the sume institution of for the ex tension of the A bill was also introduced appropriating for the state reform school at The sen ate bills ceding to the federal govern ment and that providing fora monu ment to General Logan wen The senate then adjourned until ten oclock In the bouse Chairman of the judiciary reported back the jil lor i revision of the law in relation to criminal with recom mendations lor its and Yorn the on canal and river recommended fur a sec ond reading the bill providing for the cession of the and locks on the lili iois river to the federal Tbe louse lull appropriating for the ncidcntal expenses of the general asem and for the care and custody of the slate was passed by a unanimous Bills were introduced by of La to provide for the preserva tion of henjth and to regulate the sale and UFC of It provides that all whisky must be two years and oine months By to par reimburse Williamson county or tbe loss of public buildings y appropriating therefor to amend tbe fee and salnry act ly providing that shall be deposited iy uny person commencing a suit or per lectingan in full of clerks fees inlil the termination of the suit bv to fix the pay of members of the general providing for the pay ment of for after and deducting for every days ab sence it provides for the paymentof five dollars per day to members tbe first thirty days of extra sessions and three dollars per day thereafter by providing for the consolidation of the iupreme court of tbe state and its loca ion at SENATORIAL Attorney General Opinion on the has beea a day of conflicting rumors about the in erstate commerce The uncertainty las not been cleared away lonigbt by he news that Attorney General Garland las prepared his opinion for tbe presi The best information obtainable s that he nptiolds the constitutionality of be though no one can be found who s authorized to state The stories irculated that the opinion is tinfavora ile has been as they were msed on Garlands objection when cnittor lo an interstate commerce bill videly different from the present The talk about a presidential veto has been due to any idea that Cleveland would find serious consti utional questions His doubts arc said o have been about conflicting iulerpre fttious of thc longaudshorthaul jiven during the debate in tbe senate and and also to some provisions that he hinks too The veto talk has een at its height yet this even ng the grounds for believing the prcsi ient will sign the bill are as as His failure to veto the Mexican icnsion legislation is instanced as evi lence that he is not hunting for measures o The reasons for signing bis are not onehundredth part as strong the joint ses sion of tbc legislature exGov ernor Irelands name was withdrawn nml Judge Terrell reentered the senatorial The twentyfourth ballot was us Reagan Maxey Terrell and exGovernor Roberts On the thirtyfirst Kcagan lacked but three votes of an whereupon several chaujes were made amidst great electing Tbe final ballot stood 71 oO Sudsequentlv eniriins election was made jaliot was taken today in joint session iy tbc genenil assembly without a joint meeting of the by tho democrats as The ballot resulted u votes for Abbett and 1 for Bedlc for United States CRIMINAL Darin Attempt at Train Kobbery st Tort on the Mjrt Wayne train which left Chicago yesterday afternoon for the east say hat when the train was standing near ort waiting to change L tougb looking character came into the ullman Meeper and solicited money for i nights As be was about to cave the car two heavily appeared at the rear door and at the same moment tbree nourishing re tried to effect an entrance ut the ront Their way WHB barred by tbe tran men and a hand to hand struggle Tbe passengers becime terror but the train men final v frightened the robbers The only damage done was tbc breaking of tbe glass in one of the car Tbe men The officials of the railroad companv say they know nothing of the attempted and ns far as they could Iciirn there bad been no trouble at Fort Wayne or any place along tbe A BASK OFFICIAL John discount clerk in the First National bank failed to put in bis appearance on Saturday while investigation of tbe accounts of the bank was It ip said be is u defaulter to the of though the investigation is not vet The amount of cash wlucb disappeared was and be is said to htive deceived the examiner by substituting forged notes which be destroyed as soon as the exam ination was Lisle left his about twenty miles from Ibis on Saturday since which time be has not been seen by his family nor by tbe detectives who have been looking for nOKK COMJXfl of the bank will leave today in charge of Detective of TTIC TrVAXWOTTE DYXAMITE NEW of the steamboat reported to Superintendent Murray and Inspector Byrnes today the result of his investiga tion in the explosion of dynamite on the of the Old Dominion but the report was not made The steamer which was partially placed alongside tbc companys She will start again this She was thoroughly searched to see if any more explosives were on but nothing was Officers were stationed at the gangwavs to scrutinize tbe people coming on The damage lo the ship will be about The president of the Old Dominion line has offered a reward of for the arrest and conviction of the miscreant who placed the infernal machine on the Wyandotte FAXXY DAVKXIORTS JEWELS aged employed as night clerk at the Gayoso has been missing all day He was on duty from ten oclock lart night until seven oclock this After the performance of Fedora at the theater last Edwin Fannie Davcnjtorts left wit Talbott a jewel casket which contained Hiss Davenports consisting of a ear valued at Price took a and with his wife retired to their apart ments in the The was not put in the an it bad been locked and Talbott did not know tbe but it was placed in tbe cash drawer Aether with several packages of money which late guests had deposited and which amounted to about This together witb the are Talbott had a duplicate key of the cash drawer of the cigar stand of the and was rifled of in The last heard of Talbott was at this when he visited a house of illfame and bade farewell to iris who is an inmate It is bouglit he left the city on the ten oclock LouibviUe and Nashville Talbott Mime to Memphis several months ago and iad a letter of recommendation from the jroprietors of the ilolliday hotel at He had been employed as night clerk of the Gayosu only three Telegrams have been sent in every but up to nine oclock he had not been TllE BOOLE NEW coroners in quest in the cause of tbe death of August whose body was cut up and ship ped to Baltimore in a was held to lay and resulted in n verdict charging 3d ward Unger with the Ungcrs confession was part of tbe ANOTIIEU Kvr the Alderman NeiH bribery tbis Judge Jarrctt delivered his charge to the returned into court at lib a verdict of Tbe verdict was reached on the first Tbe usual motions in arrest of udgment and for a new trial were THE GREAT Freight Haadlen Jota the Strike oa Tto Bad Xot tt l for tli Tritium s they will lie for signing the interstate Pennsylvania railroad piers only ommcrce wero left at and all the m The presence here of a number of the ailroad magnates has been one of the oticeable features of the Dcpcws brief was filed with be attorney and some papers Iso came in from attorneys of other Garland may have read iut he could not have had jnuch time to iigesl their Of the railroad who are in Cornelius Van lerbill has been here for a and his is not thought to be connected with he But the presence f President of the Louisville and Xashville is not thought to be so iis road has been one of thc strongest exMniion or tWetrike to thc freight hudlen oa piers of New York u tbe BOM Mlfous blow to commerce tbst tbe onion men have The effect of it on tbe Jcrfty it was admitted It their office on tbe docks this Was an almost complete suspension of bus Tbe men turned out so suddenly tbe company was left mt a great dis ul image and its inability to deliver re ht was tbe cause of much inconveni to Tbe men on the a nsylvania along tbe North riv are ready to go out the very minute be time for receifing an answer to their lei anda from the company and Western com Kaye freight is handled by the jljjira Transportation company and their are in sympathy witb tbe freight handlers on the other roads and an ready tocome out at any The freight handlers on the Pennsyl vania Railroad piers 5 and North struck work at one oclock tbis The freight handlers on the Pennsylva nia piers along the North river sentin a formal demand yesterday for an increase of with a threat that they would strike They received no and in consequence They sent a delegation to the office of Agent Bow who refused to see except those representing bis own He told them the company could not grant an Bowman told the committee who remained that the men would never he taken Seven men returned to The freight handlers on the Lehigh Valley railroad at Pier North numbering struck at two oclock this A IIRNEIUL The pilers and other numerous branches of work men who are members of the Longshore mens employed on the railroad piers on the North turned out at one oclock The men on the Le high yallcy pier 5 thc Pennsylva piers a and 1C the Lackawanna and and the New Lake Erie and number ing Bcarly quit work by order of the Longshorcmens Thc Lehigh Valley shut down the pier and about a score of men remained at work on the piers of the Pennsylvania and the New Erie and The igents of the companies state that the in convenience will be but temporary that they will put other men to work at and that traffic will not be much impeded by the The strike of the freight handlers on the railroad piers this afternoon added nearly men to the ranks of the The temporary stoppage of freight throws out several hundred On the y ten men men on the On January THE HATTKETE Veather Bureau predicted that the lust ew days of January would be uncom ortably cold and that a heavy storm would reach tbc Mississippi and xtending well on January 1 and February with low tempera The full text of the forecast for ebruary is republisbed in our Weather lureau on the fourth page of tbis A Bis special reports another ilizzard raging in that the wind lowing seventyfive miles per rains are all The mercury in Paul was 30 below at seven oclock lift The snowstorm which prevailed yesterday continued last ight with a fierce The United tales signal service officer here said to a reporter Well get pretty cold weather for the next few The reliabilities are that it will last till SU Our end of it will not be nearly as severe aa that which will come down our neighbors a little to the In Minnesota and Dakota it will be a The cold in that region is in ense but will be greater tomor It will keep its backbone or some The snowstorm extends through the Lake Superior nd as far east as New York It oesnt extend far not below pringfiehk and to the southeast to Cin The stormcenter is in the In ian Its heaviest effects are through Snow has been fnll ng steadily throughout that state for the st twentyfour iers of the Lehigh Valley Super intendent Whitman told them that their places would be filled at Later in he afternoon 150 out of of the strikers on the Pennsylvania returned to according to the statement of Superintendent but the strikers claim that only twenty went An advance in pay was reported on the piers tf the Baltimore aud Ohio and tbe Long Island These companies have liad but little trouble with their pponents of ice President of the Chi Burlington and Quincy rail said his coming had nothing o do with interstate and of the American is Keeping in Xo one pretends o believe that Vice President Potter is oing out of his way to help the le once Imllilozcd President Cleveland mo making an Iowa appointment that iis road and he never comes to Vashington for It is said that ic is here now to await the presidcnti ictiou on thc and if it is o push the claims of a ceitain candidato or a place on the The ther railroad people also intend to stay n the ground till it is known whether or not there is to be a have It is a little curious bat while the corporations are getting eady to put forward their some Tiembers of congress have been telling hat there wont he any as a veto is sure to But they have merely been carried away by the rally of he corporations and have failed to see hat the effort is not Thc man in is said to night to know more about the presidents ntvnlious than any one else is lissell of Clevelands old aw Bisscll came here this morning and his presence has more sig nificance than all the railroad men to He is nearer the president than an He has been iu Washing on once or twice on law but SeneraM it has been found that his visits lad a close bearing on the administra ions policy wilb reference to certain Thc firm of Cleveland Bissell lad a corporation and there has teen talk this evening that Jissell comes as the representative of big ailroad influences to urge on the presi dent a The common how is that he is here to simply consult with the president and give his views on the best course to The measure will probably he con idered at the regular cabinet meeting to The ten days within which the president can legally act on the bill will expire Saturday It is not likely hat tinal action will be taken before Thursday at thc Fearful of to Iowa Suti1 is the same apprehension felt here that there is urtiier Nebraska fears that Iowa teing nearer the sea will have better rates and advantages than it will Iowa ears that Illinois will have great ad vantages over and that be ng so much further will have so much advantgc that it will kill off manufacturing and wholesaling n and also make Iowa products lay a mjich higher rate to tide Chicago fears that cities to the east of t will have this Pame and all iround there is a great deal of fear in respect to But there are many people who take the common sense LS no one can tel how it is going to affect business it may affect it favor and in anv if it is in urious it can speedily be repealed and a better law is stated that the next step to be takcn by the leaders of the striken is to put into operation the Irish plan of campaign orders will be issued to all raem iors of the Knights of Labor and other which can be controlled by District Assembly to refuse to wy any rent to but to pay the rent money into a fund which will go to the support of the This plan has been discussed in all seriousness y the and it is posi by some of that it will be ut into operation next When asked what would be done with the one of them replied You ant evict a whole AX APPEAL rOH The striking longshoremen have issued aa appeal asking for contributions from all saying that an injury to one is the concern of 9TKIKE IX JERSEY JERSEY freight handlers employed the Erie in his went on a strike at tbree oclock this They marched in a body to Hamilton where they held a The men will hold another meeting tomorrow at which it will be decided whether to return to work or five hun dred men employed as freight handlers on the New Jersey Central railroad at Dommunipaw and this morn ng struck for an of NINAS Meeting of tbe State Board of DES state board of health met nt the capitol and elected of js president in place of lately Artist a little gem of my It will bear close I consider it one of my Lady what a lovely THE NEXT The Tribune tomorrow will sav It Her Wlti the Rplee by was annouced to night that the condemned anarchist Au gust Spies and Miss Nina Van Zandt were married by proxy on Saturday even The marriage was performed by Justice Spies being repre sented by his brother From the justices office the bride went to the home of and Ferdinand Spies and there remained over Contrary to the general sheriff Matsons refusing Miss Van Zandts admis sion to the jail did not cause the couple to abandon their project for an in Assisted by relatives of Miss Yan Xandt at once set about preparing for the marriage by Justice Englehardt having denounced the result of the anarchist the matter was placed iu his After consult ing the the justice decided that a marriage by proxy binding and drew up a document which was presented to Spies for his signatureearly Saturday the signature being witnessed by several members of bit It fully empowered Henry Spies to act as principal at the He an to the name of August Vincent Theodore and under that name the marriage Jf Miss Van Zandt was cele Justice Englehardt is authority for the statement that the as above was actually The announcement of the marriage was a surprise to Sheriff who said he would not consider such a farce a marriage unless pronounced so by com petent legal He said the cere mony would not in any event alter his determination to prevent Miss Van Zandt from visiting Spies in Actual wives were only admitted by way of Opinions from leading attorneys as to the legality of a marriage by proxy vary Nearly all of the lawyers in the city are of the belief that it is Leonard senior counsel for Spies and his fellow is decidedly ol that another anarchists takes an opposite vitw aad thinks the ceremony The Telearaph the of the United States circuit courts in Vir North and South Carolina Georgia and all the property franchises and righta of tbe Southern Telegraph company Were sold at auction ben The property was by James Pace and John o themselves and associate for The Southern line extends from Washington to Alabama with numerous covering 1SCK miles with five thousand miles of THE AMbn Billiard Kmclmf l DiipatcKi Bis special reports another Jljliard raging iu that the wind ilowing seventyfive miles per trains are all Mercury in St Paul waa 30 degrees below zero at seven oclock this of Cnanl ad Sever Fall of most re markable record of the season was made etween 3 Saturday and During the period of eighteen ours the temperature fell 37 etween and rt there was a dc ine of 10 or 1 degree every hrec Wisconsin variable generally east rly slight rise in For Eastern Iowa and Xe followed by fair weather astarly becoming variable slight followed by lower For or snow nearly sta onary temperature easterly be oming hundred nd fifteen men were arrested last night T a fourthstory room of a building op osite the court on Main rhere a cock fight was in The rrest was made by a well organized consisting of sixty men and three atrol This morning the pris ncrs were arraigned and forty entered a lea of guilty and were fined 25 and osts In house st night adopted a concurrent resolu on requesting the Pennsylvania reprc intatives and senators fn congress to ve all possible assistance by their and their influence to promote any proper cheme for the sufficient defense of all ur sea coasts and tho building of such navy as will be able to protect our sea orts in case of MMIe au Vanghan iron of this who re also largely interested in shipping avc msde au Uiy Uomln oing the largest dry goods and genera usincss of any house in the made n assignment this Ilia liabili es are The Governor received a message rom President Cleveland accepting his to take effect at Pierce mmcdiately turned the office over to Ter torial Secretary who will ct until Judge Church is icrcejstarts east Ill III Charles of the Stony Fork stock as sold to of Jersey thirtyone thoroughbred horses t an aggregate price of Hontlnc for of the Our citi ens have decided to sink a well in irch of natural gas or any ther mineral wealth that mav be under ur We hope to strike it rich and ship our new products over the nar ow gauge to It is proposed o bore at least two thousand feet deep if A meeting will be held next aturday to incorporate a compnnv and raise At a icetiig yesterday of the Washington Ministerial association the following res talions were adopted We recommend that the funeral services consist simply of singing and and that the addnss be dispensed rith unless specially desired by the riendH of We recommend that all friends of le deceased who may desire to view the emains do so before the service begins id that at the appointed hour for the rvicc the coffin be 100 Doses One Dollaris true only of loods and it is an unan werable argument as to strength and A Hit of Urltlnm cirenlar has been received from the British admiralty call ug upon all marine pensioners under fif y five years of age to hold themselves in readiness for active Tbe circu ar also requests an immediate answer as o whetherthe pensioner is a long service one or is whether a gunner or torpedo and to state he nearest shipofwar where he could attend for Traveling ex Tenses are to be paid bv tbc British gov which will allow SO shillings for lothing and As for For not complying with the order the pen ioner will forfeit bis and at the liscretion of the government may be ar rested and punished as a Only one such circular has been issued since he Crimean Considerable excite ment has been caused among pensioners ind their Fennef a Golden Relief cures any iin in S to 30 minutes bruise or cut without For sale at Henry drug FOREIGN The Xaelens of a dmrchill Party Be ing Funned in Lord Bantlolph Chnrcblll and on Irish Panto OB Itonwrk by Emperor nucleus of a Churchill party is being formed by the younger members of the Carlton In ministerial circles Sir Henry B Sir John Lord and Sir Ed ward who are in sympathy with Lord Randolph are plotting for his return to the ox ntisn In the commons in resuming the debate on the address replying to the queens Lord Randolph Churchill regarding the at Glen that he thought the matter ap icared in a light favorable tov the land who had really acted most genei There was he that was alarming in tbe plan of If necessary adtlitional power would be granted to the government which would ause a sudden and total disappearance if the The way to maintain the inion was through sound administration f the There had been and still was 00 great a tendency toward maintaining parliamentary Lord Randolph xpresscd the hope that the house would ot follow Chamberlains policy of in Dublin anything in the nature a Parnells amendment to the ad ress replying to the speech from the sets fourth that the relations be reen the owners and occupiers of land i Ireland have not been seriously dis in the cases owners have ranted thc tenants such reductions as were demanded by the prices of agricul iral and pastoral The remedy r the cricis in Irish agricultural affairs ill no be found in increased stringeucy criminal procedure or in the pursuit of ich doubtful and and unconsti Jtioual measures as have recently been aken by her majestys but 1 such reform of law and system of 3vernment as will satisfy the needs and cure the confidence of the Irish fiLADsTOSK OX in an another article in le February number of the Sinetfetiti contends though Ireland urmerly gained concessions from Kng and through au attempt by Ireland j repeat her former tactics would be like Tarring against Now Englands compared with is as n to He would rruher he upon Englands innate sense of Gladstone defends thc donations to Ireland on the round that they have done much to avc off To the contentions lat the granting of home rule to Ireland vould be to hand the government over o thc Gladstone replies at if nationalism is to prevail it is un ise to exasperate it to a spirit of ven The shareholders in the Penn vlvania Itailroad company at a meeting dopted resolutions declaring that the ompany should pay larger dividends on ts net The net earnings of the oad for the half year ending in Novem er the resolutions justify the ayment of a larger dividend than that John Taylor reported that rnm whathe saw in Philadelphia he was convinced that the companys ac ounts were kept in a very misatisfactorv Account of on the lEuursn 1Tir panic prevails on aria owing to the situation of olitical affairs in and in other uropean ThreQ per cent entes are now quoted at 77 francs 70 a decline of 1 fi7i cen mes frum the dosing quotations yeater 3 per cent ernes have now fallen to 76 francs 70 4 better feeling et iu on thc bourse towards the close and ireepsrcent rentes recovered SO cen mes from the lowest point of the le closing olltcird quotations being 77 rancc 51 The excitement on the hoarse today caused by au article in yesteruavs 3erlui Piai headed On the Edge of the and describing General Boul nger as mister of the situation in Vance und being unable to lead the people back to the path of during the continuance of the pauic tocks were eagerly pressed for the bourse today Uptmm inteneexOcitement at the set The market was almost para Thc panic was partly due to thc istnist of the position of Those hose credit was not of the highest only able to carry over rentes at uinous The contangos in three er cent rentes ranged from 45 to S3 cen The latest quotation of three per is against talian rentes declined If IKJc Credit ncier Gof Ottoman bank ilfand Suez anal Announcement in Chamber mt Italian Defeat at Depretis in onned the Italian rhamber of deputies oday that there had rcccntlybeen severe ghiing iu that part of the Soudan whose ccupation was bein attempted by Italy a the understanding with He aid this Gaining had resulted in an al most complete disaster to the Italian orces engaged in conjunction with the Vbyssinian troops in the work of at empting to relieve which has ecu besieged by hostile Arabs ever since the Soudan war by the ate E But ninety wounded cached Massowah after the His tatement made a profound sensation in tic Premier Depretis then ddcii that the Italian commander had re ailed treops from the advance and con entrated them at The rad cals laughed ironically at The gov rnracnt uow proposes a bill for an ap ropriation of with which to end Italian reinforcements to The chamber ut once approved the bill y an almost unanimous The Emperor Wilt Ism oa the European William to lay gave an audience to the president of he Prussian snd in the course if his remarks said Once before we tad to dissolve the owing to ts refusal to vote an army and then the differences between the government and the parliamentary majority were nly brought to anendby a foreign COLLAPftK OX THE On the Bourse today there was a total collapse of Advices from Paris ind Vienna caused intense Cussian consols fell I per Itali per Prussian U per and ilungarian gold rentes 2 per THE GERMAN IHESS ON THE WAR The Cologne Gazelle in an article Are the War Apprehensions Justified poinu out that France ia pre paring to form in the shortest time pos sible in the event of war in the the strategical line delayed forming m and Germanr must therefore take needful counter measures or summon France to reduce her frontier The Gazette further announced that the government will take the necessary steps to prevent AlsaceLorrainefrom being overrun by French troops immediately after the declaration of The Tag Blntt confirms tbc announce ment of the calling out of the and says that the drilling of the ova will be begun in the western A dispatch from Paris to the Pesther Lloyd President Grevy and Primier Sobict are making superhuman efforts to prevent an outbreak of The Pott9 of on the situation in has produced a pro found sensation throughout LITE Miller Driven to Suicide by DES from Panora says JKiier lies lead by bis own and another sick roing chapter is added to the story of Panoras scandal and Bliller took morphine Saturday shortly before nine at bis house n his two milea from Doctors arrived in ime to remove the drug with a stomach but the brain was paralyzed by tie deadly and although lived nntil eleven oclock Sunday inorninp he never recovered He left n a desk by his bedside a letter addressed o his dated January in which he said nothing about his intended but recounted the wrongs ver which he had been le wrote that he lost by a Colo ado and that a Chicago man had obbed him of He recounted the tory of the Yale family and the slanders ttending his separation irom his nd declared that the publication of hli ame as Phil Dead Beat Stiller bv tbe ate Lew Apple had destroyed his credit t home and and that people had ost confidence in Millerwas an ec entric character who raised and dealt in ne stock and He was a fre uent visitor at Des Moincs and waswell nown to all the newspaper men and tate fair Lew the edi or of the alluded to in the imself committed suicide in a lumber ard at Panora several months ago by looting himself through the The ragedy caused a great deal of excite Miller was once among the wealthiest citizens of Guthrie Hadilmi orrespomlencc of Tm at the jsidcnce of near this last John iho lived near what is called the Stone west of where inter jent will take place tomorrow at 10 clock From best accounts at and it seems that the deceased had been risiting her son near Morning and n her way home had called on She appeared to be in her usual but took suddenly ill and in a few ours the wheels of life called a final Sarah Sliontr Concerning Sarah who ied at Des Moines on Sunday and was lined at Keokuk the Coruti iion says Sarah Shontz died at unday at the residence of her sonin in Des ased 5 Shouts had been in il ealth for a number of Her hns and died several years and forsorae me she resided with her uc now John Ache in this Shontz WHS a de oted and was held in high es eem bv all who knew She leaves x children of this tv DCS Moines of Sauk Min esota Frank of lissouri and Isaac of all of whom are expected ere to attend the which occurs 11 oclock Tuesday afternoon from the evidence of 71i3 Orleans The remains will arrive here on 12 Rock Island train at three oclock to LOITOW On luty Twenty The Railroad Reporter in an article ondemninij the long hours of duty im osed upon railroad employes says Many railroad are charged to ic carelessness of an engineer or other verworked The blame is not ways rightfully A dispatch lys that the Ballimureand Ohio railroad arrowly escaped another terrible ds 5tcr near where the recent wreck An engineer of a freight raiu running toward an approaching assenger train failed to see danger sig nte passed a The station seeing that the traiti was not going o threw a stone through the win ow of the cab and aroused the engineer o a sense of his Thu traia was topped and turned upon a side track ust in time to escape ft crash with thc pproaching passenger In this in ance thc engineer had been on duty wenty consecutive houra and was so early exhausted that he could not notice rdinary It is not surprising lat he was almost asleep at his he intense nervous strain to which raU iad particularly are ubjected is a draft upon their energies ant few men can withstand very KtMftatti orrespondcnco oC THK town is bout to lose some of its best citizens in ie removal of Baker and fara iy the of Cedar RapMs where tie doctor will locate for the practice of is Edgar tilled the pulpit of Presbyterian church There is stroug probability that he will be era loved as a supply for a time as all are well pleaded with Major Leonard returned the last of the week from Iowa City where he bos been pending the past month with his of the State Our enterprising citizens are tic means to put themselves iu communi ation with the rest of the world by thc onstruction of a telephone line to Medi the terminal point being tore in Kossuth aud the railroad in a much needed improvement and here is no doubt of its by the my it is taken bold It is nlto ether improbable that while other beiug interested in railroad bat Kossuth will get up a boom in that ine and surprise There is no better route from Chicago and Kan as City than through this section of oimtry via the Keithsburg By request the vonng of the Academy repeated Rebeccas Triumph Saturday They gave t to our people here a week ngo for thc lencfitot the and cleared about The United States grand irhich md been in session fifteen days at Keo was discharged first annual meeting of the stock jlders of the Keokuk and Western rail rav is to be held city today rhe 3Ieake S of se been awarded the contract for ilding the basement of thc government at MissSada Tracy and Carl Christcnscn are to issist in a benefit concert to be given hortly for the First Evangelical Loth Tan church in Motto of a I I   

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