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   Burlington Hawk-Eye (Newspaper) - January 15, 1890, Burlington, Iowa                                THE BURLINGTON ESTABLISHED WEDNESDAY JANUARY Pnes 15 CENTS PER Wi IN BOTH SIDES ALEUT AHD COKF1BEHT OF Presence Inspires Enthusiasm in the Ranks of His Widespread Conviction of His flpeoial to IBM DEB Jan was ex pectedthe deadlock continued After the adjournment of the house both parties held caucuses and as a result three of the conference committees have been in session all the What ever suggestions they may make may not be ratified by the several Members are very reticient to express any opinion as to A prom inent state official today said the cause of the deadlock was that both sides were afraid the other would take the advantage after the temporary orgcnization in the matter of the contests and that this was especially true of the What was sought for principally was He thought if the contest cases were all dropped and an agreement entered into to let the bouse stand as it no further trouble would be Senator Allison has been the center of an admiring throng of friends all receiving every assurance of the hearty ftupport of the His chances will not be injured by the democratic reports to the contrary not Governor Boies if also much soucht and tbe democrats have been ask ing his He does not how to fight and is doubtful if his ad vioe would have much There is hut little prospect of the inauguration of the governor this The republicans members of the house consider tbnmsolves masters of the situa tion Said one of the members of the conference committee We have got and that is a large point in our favor They did not object to Rnpresentative Lane calling the houee to or to Kolp calling the therefore these gentlemen are the speakur and the clerk of tne and they cant be Both Lane and Kolp are and they will act until some arrangement in regard to temporary organization ia The democratic leaders says that they propose to have the and the re publicans say that Lane will act as speaker in spite of the democrats until a speaker is elected So the battle and unless the democrats desire to in augurate Governor Boies more than they care for the speakorship of the the deadlock will undoubtedly continue for some THK SITUATION Joint Boeaee In and A bant the Bone BaeolatlOB Spooltl to THB DEB 14 scene in the house chamber was very interesting this At 10 the hour for every member was of Washington county managed to get even though suffer ing severely from la and his vote was faithfull cast with the republican A cot was placed for him in the northwest corner of the hall of the and there with his attending physician he re mained until the close of the session Both parties had just come from caucus fully determined not to give an so it became plainly apparent after the ninelh ballot f jr clears that nothing could be Immediately after adjourn ment both parties went into caucus The republicans soon came saying they had done but KUVO the impression that they had reaffirmed their determination to hold out for Several republican rep resentatives say they will remain here until the next legislature convenes before they will yield a point They are in favor of a fair compromise a temporary as their prop osition but as for surrender they they will none of Several democrat ic members have expressed themselves as strongly as the but as the independents can change sides without any trouble there is more prosnect of the democratic and the independent side giving way than the republican It wae given out by a number of the democratic cau cus that their representatives on the con ference committee would make a propo sition to the republicans but the nature of it could not be Much ot the caucusing and campaign ing is now carried on at the state In consequence cf the snow of Sunday many of the members have sought resi dences on the east fide of the river and find it more convenient than traveling a mile every time they come to a The following is Joint Resolution introduced by Senator Dodge Be it resolved by the General Assembly of the State of Iowa It is proposed to commemo rate the landing of Clolumbus four cen turies ago by a worlds fair to be held in 1892 in some great city in the United States and as it Is the purpose of this great bazaar to enable the citizens to be come fully acquainted with the bound loss resources of our magnificent and to enlighten them on its grandeur and it is not only within the province of this but it is an im perative duty of the citizens of Iowa to unite their their efforts and their libor in securing the location of in a western city therefore That themembers of the twentythird general assembly of the state of Iowa emphatically declare and favor the west as against the east that we favor the selection of Chicago as the city most accessible and convenient to the people of our country that in the queen city of the west we recognize a truly representative American city typi fying the push and advancement of the restless nineteenth a city that challenges the ad miration of the world for its ambition and and whose hearts and homes are large enough to welcome and entertain the multitudes of her vis great as they may be a city that as it at the gateway be tween the east and the and through which has passed the splendid civiliza tion of this western That we urgently request our senators and representatives at the national capital to use their every effort toward obtaining the loca tion of the worlds fair for 1892 That tile secre tary of be directed to eend grossed copies of these resolutions to each of our senators and representatives in to Qovntn Boiei tonight was folty two thousand people Being TnedeooratioM mndnm lito ant Governorelect Secretary of State Jabkson and wife State Superin tendent Sabin and wife Auditor Lyons Wife State Treasurer Twombly and wife Railroad Commissioners Campbell and Smith and wives Senator Allison and a number of other prominent men of both political TO OPPOBB emt From Cedar Special to A dispatch re ceived here tonight from Cedar Rapids says Judge Rathrock is coming here to enter upon an active canvass for the Unitedfitates senatorship against The dispatch Bays if Allison gets the nomination Senator of will stay out of the caucuss and vote for Tae Hotwe and DEB being called to order this morning the house began on the fifth ballot for temporary The ballot resulted as yester 50 to After taking five more which resulted the same the house adjourned till ten oclock to morrow of Washington is quite sick and occupies a cot in the aouse The first thing done in the senate his morning was the swearing n of the new After the in troduction of a few resolutions the sen ate adjourned until two oclock this afternoon to give the democrats time to caucus on candidates for senate posi TEE In the senate this afternoon the elec of officers was taken it resulted n the election of all the republican cau cus nominees are as follows Secretary Cockrane first Darlton second Severly enrolling Miss Lou Young engrossing Miss Sfannie Stull Peter flelindy bill Mies Margaret Hills Miss Maud The other offices were filled by re After the passage of a number of adopting the newly elected officers were sworn in and a committee jonsenting of Floyd and of was appointed to notify the overnor of the permanent The senate then THK 8TATK An Inetltniton to Feel Frond Splendid Special to THB IOWA 14 faculty and regi nts of the State University may well feel proud of the increased number of students this term has An exact estimate of the total number can not be made as students keep dropping n every but the number is about seven hundred and forty of whom are new who have just come in this This shews an increase of one hundred and twentyfive over this time last A large appropriation will be asked for this year from the legis principally for the purpose of putting some new buildinps and repair ng the The citizens of Iowa jity have shown their appreciation of the university by passiag an ordinance granting the use or the city park to the tate of Iowa for university This park is one of the most valuable blocks in the city and is situated at a convenient distance from the university Last fall the de cided to erect a building which would cost In less than a month 000 was subscribed by the students them Then the people of Iowa City were asked to assist by subscribing the A very liberal response was result and the fund has reached and the building is text fall the building will be commenced and when finished will be presented to he state by the After such zealous efforts on the parts of the citi ens and the students here it seems lighly probable the university will ob ain all that has been asked for by her needs and officers from this A Great Excitement In Over the Eaforoeaent of Special to THB The largest saloon n Dubuque was closed also a This is the firs attempt to en ce the prohibitory law in and great excitement A Soldlere DBS Soldiers Monument commissioner decided today to recommend to the legislature that it appropriate for a suitable mon ument in memory of Iowa soldiers who died in the late A THEIATTEB OF ILOUDA 8V1IP LAWS RAISES i BREEZE 01 TEE Other Proceedings In tie eral Congressional Mormons and the Idaho Constitu VICTIMS OF THJt Many Faaalllee IetttnteA Cjclote la those whose louses were destroyed in by the about four families are entirely hav ing lost all their Eight were wounded and three are in a critical con TWENTY FOOT weather is reported generally throughout the north A blizzard is raging at and the drifts are being piled twenty feet Trains and wagon traffic are at a The first great storm of the season has struck Grand extend ing all over the upper Mississippi At thirteen inches of snow Prom South comes an account of a blizzard which raged for thirtyseven hours rendering all travel impossible through the heavy WIND CAUSED yester days storm a flat car was blown on to the main track at Jeanettes It rolled rapidly eastward until within two miles of Chatham where it crashed into a construction Three men were probably fatally and thirteen others more or leas seriously A CTCLOKB AT the village of Machburg Sunday a cyclone overturned dwelling barns and outbuildings and wrought great The house of Philip Nicholson was de stroyed and Nicholson was instant ly killed and her daughter seriously Aaron McWOliami and a lam fly of seven were caught in the wreck of a house and two children sustained s ioni injuries The Methodist Episcopal church and parsonage were Quails and oner fowls were found of their Many large trees were THE LOSS AT loss along the river by yesterdays storm win amount to half a npfliinn the coal bins of the burned steamer Secrobosco the bodies of two misting of the new were found thkv Chief Engineer who thought to turned w an right CAI Dante fm iJo the bills reported in the senate from com mittees and placed on the calender were following To declare unlawful trusts and combi nations in restraint of trade and prodnc Sherman Authorizing the purchase of a site for a building for the supreme George offered a resolution in truding the committee on finance to cu lture into the propriety of reducing the penal bonds required of manufacturers of cigars in all or at least where the manufacture is carried on by the manual labor of the manufacturer re The resolutions heretofore offered by Call iu relation to the claims of Florida under the swamp land and in re ation to the alleged unlawful selections of land in were taken up and all addressed the The burden of his remarks was that the lands which are not swamp and but were fit for have been selected under the swamp land to the injury of the peoples He isserted that two hundred million acres lad been selected and in all the as swamp and overflowed while everybody knew no such itent of territory large as Europe consisting of swamp and overflowed Over sixteen million acres which lad passed in Florida under the swamp and overflowed land he asserted eleven million acres were high and Plumb said Florida contained about forty million and more than one half of this had been given by the Jnited States to the state for various Every single acre of land so granted had been placed under the con trol of the legislature of Some sixteen or eighteen million acres had een granted as swamp and overflowed Senator Call had just told the senate that most of it was not swamp rat arable So much greater was the derelictions in the senators if t had betrayed its For himself he rould resign his seat if he were to bring brward such a complaint against his own state after being too cowardly to roclaim it on the stump within its Plumb went on to say Call had ome sessions ago appealed to him as hairman of the committee on public ands to report a bill to ratify and con Inn the title to certain railroad lands in So that the alleged frauds said Plumb were to be condoned under cer ain circumstances but were never to be condoned in The senator he aid had been always in the habit of im mgning the covertly or and he Plumb had sometimes been in clined to reply to him but to convict him of wffl not be by this extraordinary example of the senator from Kansas to follow his tad manners nor his contrmpti le He can not have a oorer opinion of me than I have of the enator from I have not been in he habit of violating the decorum of de ate and if the senator hinks by his idle by his de ense of this vast spoliation of public do main in the interest of those who have irofited by that he can intimidate me rom defending the rights of the people of my I treat him with the scorn and contempt that he My po itipn is well known in relation to the question in the state of Officials of that state are as honorable and lonest as the senator from 3y their side he would sink in to The statements of the senator in relation to their voila tion of a trust are entirely untrue and as chairman of the committee on public ands which has jurisdiction over the natter he should be ashamed not to be etter informed in regard to the special It is disreputable to the senate that it should have as a chairman of that committees fate or who not only defends the interests of boodlera but shows his ignorance on a subject es jBcially committed to All the sen itorhas said aoout the legislature of norida is utterly false and untrue and ias been said for the purpose of making an attack against Having made a statement as to the grants to Florida for railroad purposes and under the swamp Call If the he were true and if I were as bad a man as he as weak a man as as vain a man as he if I were all ie is himself and all he says I I would remain true that a large number of people have been deprived of their rights on these as a member of the committee on public made an explanation and justification on account of that com mittee in the last congress in respect to be resolution of Call on the same sub ject and Call having made or attempted to make the slightest imputa tion on that Without action on the the senate after an exe cutive session from the committee of ways and reported back a bDl to sim rlify the laws in relation to the collec tion of It was ordered printed and of moved the louse go into a committee of the whole tor the consideration of a bill to provide For townsite entries of lands in Okla This was antagonised by Adams of who wished the house to con sider the Silcott and the motion was defeated by a vote of 65 to Bland demanded The friends of the Oklahoma bill were again 90 to and Adams called up the Silcott report ac companied by n bill appropriating 000 to reimburse the argued infavor of the bffl holding the sergeantatarms was a public Hemphiliof South Carolina ad vo cited the adoption of his bill permitting tha members to bring mil in the court of for the recovery of their salaries and opposed the bfll cf the majority because he could find no statute declaring the sergeantat arms the disbursing He thought the house should not appropriate public money to pay Holman contended the fund re maining in the office of the armsibout should be divided pronte among the who were by the Pending further debate the ad journed man of Eau Wis register of the land Senator Manderson today introduced a bin to increase the limit of the cost of be public building at Omaha to i Commissioner of the general land today certified to the state of Nebraska this being five per cent of the proceeds of the sale of public ands within the state during the last four The house committee on Indian affairs oday authorized a favorable report on Gifforda bill to accept and ratify tbe agreement made by the Sisseton and Wahpeton bands of Sioux and a grant a right of way to the Milwaukee ad Paul road through the Jike Traverse reservation of South Da The senate committee on pensions to day unanimously directed the chairman o report a dependent pension The title of the bill is A bill granting tensions to soldiers who are incapaci ated from the performance of and for providing for pensions to their minor children and MORStOSS BepreMBtatlve Arsraa Acalnet tko Idaho The committee on territories this afternoon listened to itRtements of the representatives of the Mormon declarative of teachings of the church in support of their argu ment that the constitution adopted by the people of Idaho for the new state should not be accepted by Bishop president of the Mormon church in said he had always een taught to obey the laws of the and in fortytwo years experience with Mormons he never raew any teaching to the he were taught to believe n the divine inspiration of the constitu ion of the United and thus be he the Mormons had a higher reverence for it than other citi The practice of polygamy is de On the subject of the blood Budge said there was no such mnciple held or taught by the Mormon Delegate Caine presented the declaration of the officials of the sent out from Salt Lake City December of the teachings and doctrines of the Governor of said the expenses of the state government for Idaho will necessitate the increase in the tax rate rom four to five and threequarter Ex Governor Stevenson said if the Mor mon church does not teach publicly or irivately the obligations of plural mar an official declaration to that ef ect from the church authorities in Salt jike will settle the question of citizen ihip in Idaho under the proposed con They he a remedy or the evils complained of in their own WATS AND Tha Senate Committee to State OB the TarrllT When the ways and means committee met this morning of New mporter and manufacturer of leather asked that the present duties upon such goods be James Campbell representing the win dow glass manufacturers aeked for the restoration of the tariff of Britton Richardson a New Jersey silk manufacturer wanted a duty of fifty per cent instead of twenty per cent imposed upon silk hat He complain ed of the recent decision of the supreme court declaring silk ribbons used ex clusively for hat trimmings dutiable at wenty per State Senator of New said the silk trade regarded this decision as the most serious assault ever sus tained by Chairman McKinley sail he would call the attention of the committee to the matter and consent was secured to take UD this proposition immediately as a sep arate representing the Cat tle Growers asked for a duty of one cent and onehalf per pound on unref rigerated There were many sections of the west where hides were Frequently burned for the price being too low to warrant their General Waehtajton THE PRESIDENTS First of the evening state receptions of President Harrisons administration was quite a brilliant It was given in honor of the diplomatic corps whose members attended more generally than The president was assisted in re ceiving the guests by Morton and nearly all the ladies of cabinet PUBLIC MONET Secretary Windoms call for ten per ent of the amount of public money beld by national banks expires tomor So far only eighteen banks out of the one hundred and thirty called upon have The amount surren is far in excess of the amount called as some of the banks gave up the full amount held by them and a number of others surrendered all above the amount necessary for the transaction of current public The total amount of bonds purchased to date in liquidation of these deposits is The future course of the de partment in this matter will be deter mined in a few FREK COINAGE Of The national executive committee ap pointed at the Louis silver conven tion met here A subcommittee consisting of Pixley and Harbour was appointed to draw up a plan of work for the executive committee to pursue during the A permanent bureau will be established in this city to look after tile interests of free The committee of five appointed to draw np and publish an address to congress and to the people will be in attendance at this meeting and will probably issue their addresses immediately after con ferring with the members of the execu tive AS XDIXOB NEfTRlALFfR TffljIOTIOI DENIED AS TO 1 ffSULUVAI 1HD A Kaaaai CHr KANSAS Charles Jones assaulted Lewis Hammenlough in the street Jones is a son of Major superintendent of the Na tional Waterworks and Ham menlough the proprietor of the Kan sas City Hammenlough did not strike but contended himself with guarding his The men were finally ceparated and Jones was taken to the police station where Hammeralongh pre ferred of disturbing the peace and Jones gave bail for Articles which have appeared in the Globe and which considered derogatory to the hcmesty of his father inspired the as sault Special to TUHAWKBVIL 14 Womens Christian Temperance Union of Hancock county began its midwinter convention at this place and win continue in until Friday A large of representative tesmperance Hnr week died in Hew York nearly table the number in the max week of Attorney Longenecker early in the evening to take immediate advantage of the ruling of Judge McConnell and at once gave orders to Sheriff Matson to have the prisoners removed to the peni SCANDALIZED THB Judge McDonnells Reasons for His De It was Motion for a De lay of McConnell this afternoon in the Cronin case granted he application of Kunze for a new iut denied the motion is to the other de Burke and OSolli Judge McConnell in his decision in part I think it would be mere iretenee for me to take more time to de iberate on this I would not ar rive at any different conclusion in several days than I have It has weighed upon my mind during the trial that the defendants should have a fair its conclusion it has weighed upon my mind whether they had a fur trial the jury had reached such a con clusion that within the limits a judge has a right to question whether the verdict was a just Judge Wing suggested that the defendants were prejudiced by not having been granted a eparate yet the trialdisproves this iccanse the theory is generally accepted y the public and urged by tha state that the conspiracy was formed in Camp 20 was not accepted by the jury as shown y the acquittal of Aa to the of course it is more satisfactory to a trial judge to have a jury of men ab solutely without opinion as to the merits of the case and this course was followed n securing the first four but was dropped when it became evident hat it would be impossible to obtain such a jury in the The mpreesion of a trial judge as to the character of a juror from his whole ex amination would be taken by a higher as the judgment of a jury from the manner in which the question was I am convinced if anyone watched the manner of the trial Judge during this trial they would have een certain the court was determined to lave a fair j As to the evidence the judge is not called upon to say whether if on the jury he would have come to the same As to one of these de I am convinced the evidence is The first evidence against John Kunze 19 that ot who saw him in a win dow across the street and never saw him igain until in I do not think his identification is I also dis redit the identification of William who claimed to have seen Kunz one a did not identify Kuiz This murder sprang out of Irish politics some it is not necessary to even con jecture but there is no motive f Kunze to have taken part in the Even if Mertes and James were to be believed and Niemann had been more positive there s no difficulty in reconciling these facts with his I mean to say he might have been in the Clark street flat and all other places and still be I believe the verdict of the jury was not only unwarranted by the evidence but was an As to the other de fendants I overrule the motion for a new Little Kunze was ou his feet in an in blurting out in his broken English Thank your honor I am very much obliged for your are not indebted to me for any said the Is there any motion for an arrest of judgement asked the For rest knew of no ground for but made it to have it on The court overruled it and asked if the prisoners iiad anything to There was a moment suspense and then Dan Cough arose and said in firm tones Your I am I was convicted by OSullivans voice trembled slightly as he said I have not much to I protest my innocence before God and and the time is not far distant when it will be shown I was convicted by a prejudiced jury and perjured evi I do not ask for mercy I ask for I have not had Burke stopped chewing gum long enough to say I am I al ways knew that ia England they allow perjurers to go on the stand and convict innocent But I never knew it was done in A moments silence followed and then the court said Will the prisoners rise The three men arose again and the court imposed the sentence in the fol lowing words Following and con forming the verdict of the the judgment of the court is that you ba laken to the penitentiary at Joliet and there be confined for the term of your natural Coughlin and Burke heard the words without a chauge of but OSullivans lips quivered and his face had a worn and pinched The defense was granted sixty days to file a bill of It was an nounced that Lawyers Donahue and Wing had been retained te take the case to the lupreme court in the March Forrest asked the usual stay of execution until a suoersedeas could be The statesattorney protested demanding that the prisoners be sent at once to Joliet Judge Mc Connell intimated he would be wflling to grant a stay for the sake of humanity if he were sure he had the authority to do saying he had given the matter some attention and could find no Forrest made quite an extended appeal showing what injustice would be done if the defendant were compelled to go to the penitentiary and were afterwards given a new trial and He also said all other judges in Uook county except Anthony had been in the habit of granting a stay when assured the case would be taken Judge McConnell finally announced he would defer de cision until he could consult other judges to find out on what authority they Kunze was then admitted to bail in a sum of The states attorney op posed the motion for bail and subse quently contended for Judge did not coincide and explained that he would vave dis charged Kunse if there were no new evidence against but the states at torney had informed him there was States Attorney Longennecker inti mated if they let Kunu star in jail a few days he ntight conclude not to bring him to trial at but let him He promised to let the court and counsel know this week and accordingly no effort will be to get Kanxe out on baa in the Tier of of Superior cf the Catholic Order of Servile who presides over an educational convent and was very indignant when she heard that the order was to part of the pro ceeds of a fistic We are horrified she ex claimed with considerable warmth The idea of connecting our order with a prize fight No one was authorized to use our name on the show Who is Billy My pray I never heard of And this Harry Gilmore Where can I find them Did you say Parson Davies He cannot be a Oh a sporting dont know what that I really Mike whose wife eloped with a was called on to straighten out the tangle in which Parson Daviess manager had involved next weeks soft glove contest between Billy of and Harry the exlight weight How well he suc ceeded is not yet A HOKBOS A Candidate Searching For le Fatally of the of this died at the parson age Sunday morning at 1 On Friday evening in company with of the Episcopal church of this Johnson was passing through the ceremonies of the Royal Arch Degree in the Huntington Chapter of the Royal Arch During tne ceremonies it seems it was necessary that he descend a vault thir teen feet deep by means of a rope tackle suspended from the ceiling Two other men had descended the vault prev ious to one of whom was After preparing tackle and Johnson had started to the knot fastening the tackle to the lower block gave way and Johnson fell to the bottom of the He was immediately taken out and medical aid was His injuries seemed to be of a though not dangerous He was removed to his home and received the careful attention of his friends and Ma sonic Much to the surprise of and to the unutterable grief of his be died aa above His remains will be taken to his former home at for No blame to any one for this very unfortunate and no per sons can be more deeply grieved than are the members of the Masonic fra and grandchildren and gnat children and greatgreatg ITift afternoon pi BAlltBOAl Important Meeting at the Interaate Commerce Hallway NEW important meeting of the interstate commerce rail way association was begun this morning which will probably decide whether the association will continue in The decision of Chairman Walker hold ing that arrangement between the Union Pacific and the Northwestern was not a violation of the agreement will also come The demands of the Chicago and Alton for concessions was a prominent obstacle met by the The meeting is being held behind closed Most of the western roads are The threatened outbreak and rupture In the association was put off indefinitely by the appointment of a committee consisting of Com missioners Faithorn and Midgely to consider the measures necessary to the perpetuation of associa tion and to report at the next quarterly This prevented the airing of grievances at the meeting and every thing passed off An ad journment was taken shortly after one oclock without any other questions of importance coming before the The official report of the meeting giv en out by Chairman Walker says the res olutions by Miller providing for the ap pointment of a committee of chairmen of various subassociations to consider the changes recommended in the form of the arganization necessary to produce more satisfactory results and secure more general cooperation was When such report was completed the committee shall call a general meeting to act on The executive board as at present constituted was continued un til the next quarterly The re port of the chairman was called for un der the resolution adopted at a special meeting on December 17 iu respect to the contract between the Union Pacific and the Chicago and Northwestern com requiring his decision as to whether the charge that the agreement had been violated is His report was to the effect that such contract was a violation of the agreement in the manner in deals with the subjects of rates and di visions of through as well as in its effect upon the distribution of com petitive business ANNUAL MEETING OF THE annual meet ing of the stockholders of the Vandalia and Terra Haute road was held in The an nual report for the flacal ended October showed a surplus of The following persons were elected as directors Thomas H Robert Charles Sevbt and The board was organ ized by the election of Thomas Mess ier as Fatn in Crrr or and Tamagno are creating a great deal of ex citement here and are meeting with great Albini is flL COUATAjuJUTJJRS A large gang of counterfeiters was ar rested Sunday at Tchuocoa and over in counterfeit money THE GIT OF HCITED STUDEITS 01 THE ST1EETS OF Possibilities of a Revelatien at Any Mement The British Legation StenedThe Sew Ministry Opinions of the wandered through the streets last night cheering for the independence and integrity of Portugal and shouting with A crowd attacked and stoned the British The authorities have since placed a police guard at the consulate to protect it from further mo The civil governor has forbidden hold ing the contemplated meeting of to protest against English demands upon ENGLAND have unani mously condemned the policyfollowed by England in the dispute with Portugal as a violation of the act of the Berlin con 14 of this city roundly abuse England for the stand she took in forcing Portugal to accede to her demands relative to the territory in East Africa A Beported Sncoanter BetweeB dlere nt Bio NETT Gromes of the steamer Herchel from Rio Janeiro which arrived gives news of an encounter between the soldiers in that He says that on December it was discovered that part of the about two hundred men in was opposed to the Republic and strongly favored the The provisional government sent a company of artillery to arrest the They opened on the soldiers and it was re ported that over one hundred men were ANOTHER NEW correspondent of Flint writes from Rio Janeiro under date of December 83 The out look here just now is not so Last evening parts of two of artillery tore up the republi can flag and hoisted the old imperial flag and it required all the other regiments of infantry and artillery to subdue They fought till after twelve oclock and a hundred of the rebels were killed and wounded before the rest The next day twentyone of the ringleaders were The trouble was owing to the dissatis faction of the soldiers with their It is said a number of old conservatives and liberals have been tampering with the soldiers and were at the bottom of the and several citizens have been arrested in connection with last nights REFUSED TO ACCEPT THE Edward solicitor refused to accept the leading brief for the Times in the action for libel brought against that paper by He basis his refusal on the ground that he is a law officer of the crown and cannot therefore accept the BLOWN TO ATOMS BY 14 in that thirty thousand school dren of Chicago are suffering front mn floenxa or complications A BKAXK AT Special to Xan EAOLE grippe In now in posaesaion of the Samuel a man of about sixty yean of died of it Friday night at the Junc tion Influenza complicated with other Our newjy elected democratic Bv now out and able to attend to the duties of his ALMOST CRAZED BY LA Special to Tan Arn town has suffered so ribly with the influenza that he attempt ed to shoot himself The disease is still waging a merry war this SPEAKER MILLER A 1 five thousand victims of the city is the Honorable J Mil speaker of the Illinois house of Children Perleh In PtreCaaaed and Rogalinski left their four children at home with Rogalinskis brother while they went to make a The little ones uncle was intoxicated and he laid a lighted pipe down on the bad in which the children were The bed took fire and was The drunken man as did Mary Tow the owner of the but the children all a gas works exploded The manager was blown to atoms and many persons were THE NBW the new Pemental is counsellor of state and presi Coor des Comptes is president of the ministry and minister of the Logronaz is minister of justice finance marine foreign affairs General now governor of the is minister of The demonstrations of students con tinue to keep the city Today they veiled the statues of old Portuguese navigators around Camoens monument as a sign of national The crowds shouted Down with Down with A revolutionary outbreak is possible at any STANLEY Khedive today conferred upon Stanley the BURKSD AN ENGLISH howling mob of students and others burned an English flag at Cimbra THB 0RIPPB IN pope and eight of his cardinals the BUDDBBT Burto sod OBnllinm nnrrJedfrasn roBntof A rtaadalent matter of fraudulent failure of Deimel Bros was again on hearing Attorney Mayer said it wasutterly impossible in view of the complicated condition of affairs to get at the bottom of the swindle for some Since June 1 lilt the firm has purchased nearly worth of althoughknow ingthey were insolvent These goods have been stored in and they borrowed money Of health and strength renewed and of ease and comfort follows the use of Syrup of as it actsin harmony with nature to effectually cleanse the i when costive or For sale Betty permitting on information to dis trict and practically ing with the grand The senate iBtttnutbOL Minor English miners were injured yesterday by a train smashup at pro prietor of the Sligo was to day convicted of publishing boycotting notices and sentenced to four months imprisonment without Pair that the president ef the French commitsion sent to investigate the affairs of the Pan ama Canal company at the isthmus in a speech made at Aspinwall said that the canal would be Stanley and his party did not stop Aver at Suez as reported they but proceeded for this where they arrived this They were greeted upon their arrival by General commander of the Egyptian and the British consul motion to com mit the managers of the London edition of the New York Herald and Freemans of for contempt of court for publishing certain commenti on the OShea divorce was argued The motion was discussed on the ground of informality in the pro but permission was given for a renewal of the motion of the action if taken within the died today from inflammation of the on in He became it several yean ago Viscount He sued for of marriage by who obtained a verdict of Hattie antes a grown woman with chil dren of her own when the eapisol a grand and now right np to the tisasavandwse mtto la grippe Afew Ai surprisingly bright far gotaboBt ladlettd for Mnrdtr 14 grand jury has returned an indictment against Henry Seth Twombly and Chariaa Snford for the murder of Edward who died last November from the effects of injuries received in the Bock Island railroad accident at South Eagle wood on the night of September 34 This the seventh indictment for murder against Twombly and but the Irst found against who Iranian on Twomblys A BATD ON BUND Soatn Dakota Women Deaaollah Sav ernl Illicit farm ers wife having learned that the pro ceeds of the mortgage on her Farm had gone to defray a whisky bill at one of the numerous blind as illicit drinking are termed collected seven more women and sallied forth armed hatchets and othar Before noon they had broken up several of the blind pigs and utterly destroyed their fixtures and HanoacK County Special to THB third annual meeting of the Hincock county institute is being held in this city with a good Numerous interesting discussions are in one being relative to spontaneous The meeting closes Coadeaaed The court house at and a block of occupied by Irving was burned yesterday Loss The Smith Middlings Purifier com pany of recently 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