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   Burlington Hawk-Eye (Newspaper) - January 31, 1890, Burlington, Iowa                                THE BUBMNGTON ESTABLISHED FRIDAY JANUARY THE HOUSE GFBEMSENTATim IT WiSH IHBTON II A TOEI01L ds Cause Uproar oos Itbsatirfaction on the Demo cratic SideThe Republicans JubilantSenate galleries of the house were crowded to their ut most capacity long before noon today by spectators anticipating a resumption of the contest of Nor were they for as the clerk read the journal in regular omitting detailed vote by yeas and nays on tbc question of the consideration of a contested election Brecken of arose and demanded the reading of the full After a moments hesitation Speaker Eeed directed this to be This having been Breckenridge de manded the reading of the names of those not and the speaker ordered this to be done Then of demanded the reading in f uU of the statement by Speaker giv ing the fcrouudb for his ruling and the clerk proceeded to read accord The reading of the journal of moved that the Journal bo approved and upon that motion demanded tiie previous of immedi ately arose to a question of personal privilege relating the but the speaker declined to recognize him on the ground that a demand for the previous question was of moved an ad journment and demanded the yeas and While the vote wag being taken on ordering Springer stated that hia object was to allow the commit tee on rules to prepare a set of One hundred twenty four members aroKO demand t bey eat and nays The epouker this to be a sufficient number and directed the clerk to call the of moved to re consider the vote by which the yeas and nays were orderi d bnt the speaker de clined to recognize whereupon Bland Ehoutod amid so much confusion that his words were not fully audible to many porsjns You are the meanest I by showed that less than a ma jority of the house had The ac tion of the democrats yesterday had never been dreamed of by the fathers of the They never drtamed of sullen silence as a statesmanlike way of destroying a He was not ssyingthe democrats wen doing differ ently from what the republican party had done for Bnt no majority ever earned on filibustering that it was not afterward ashamed of whole pro This mode of stopping legisla tion had never been of by the framers of the If the gen tlemen on the other side wen going to have a revolution let them have it in the proper way and get out of the house Applause on the republican They had no business to ton upon the republicans who were here and ready to do business and call them revo The gentlemen on the other side wanted to perpetuate a friction which declared although the members were present in their they should be held to be constructively It was lime to stop this legal Let the members be Let them defeat the bill in a constitutional by de by by yea and nay expressive of their This controversy was to determine whether the majority should rule or or be subject to the tyranny of the minor The position of the gentle men on the other side meant they would either ruin or though they were in the The republicans while they were in the majority that the other side should do Applauoe on the republican We nettled one question a great deal of cost the minority could not run this and we intend to settle if we in the broad light of public and in the presence of people whether the constitu tional majority of this house shall do the business of the of believed if the wild view presented here was en grafted on the practice of the house it would inaugurate a reign of anarchy and profligacy unprecedented in the annals of the He con troverted the power of the speaker to have the names entered upon the jour 15 CENTS help either black or common de cency requires you should hold your He could he support the emigration it did not reach the Hampton spoke While in full accord with the proposed measure he didnt think the remedymet the re quirements of the After an executive session the senate WASaUKBTON JTBW8 Ship CBBBI Acraai tkt e About a year ago resolutions were adopted by the state legislatures of Wisconsin and Michigan asking the national govern ment to surrey a ship canal through the upper peninsula of Michigan from Little Bsyde Ncqne in Lake to point on Lake Superior near Bay Au It would shorten the voyage to Lake Superior points ab mt 500 of New a large landowner in Michigan and has prepared a bill appropriating 000 for the survey which will be introduced in both the house and senate this PRESIDENTIAL The presided to day sent to the senate the following nominations William of to be solicitor general Robert of now accredited envoy extraordinary and mininister plenipotentiary to the empire of Brazil to be the same to the United States of Brazil Postmasters Patrick Orleans Clark Fair Edwin Avoca Eugene Charles City Oliver Kinggley Channcey Elnathan West DIE AT A PICIIC FOI THE LEBBLATOE BUT nr I Prosy Proceedings fat tke Hone and in the Dead lockArrested for Attempted MurderOther State Dxs the house nine ballots wen taken on penaanen bnt all wen a An ad joumment was this after This afternoon the balloting on permanent speaker The pairs were increased to them being Hamilton with WilsonThe vote all afternoon stood 36 to Adjourn taken till tomorrow after ment was BAUrfiOAD There is no appeal Them was an appeal yeeter tyrant that over presided over a legisla tive body and 1 The remainder of tno seutenae was drowned in a wave of cheers on the democratic The roll was then The motion was yeas nays It then recurred on the de mand for the previous question on the approval of the j and the yeas and naye having been the order Dont vote was passed around on the democratic side of the chamber and stu diously Befnru vote was announced the speaker directed the clerk to record the following names of members as present and not voting of of Texas M of Texas Oats and Tto speaker then announced the vote lo yeas naysl and added Which in addition to the gen tleman present constitute a quorum and the previoub question is This brought forth a storm of applause from republican of wished to ap peal from the but the speaker 6i led with the point of order raised by that an appeal was not in HB another appeal was of made a puint nf ordor that nn quorum had and that if the speaker so he would take an The speaker said the chair dnolimd to the appeal of the gentleman from which brought out applause on the republican side and hisses from the Then amid wild cheering on the democratic side of rushed down the aisle standing in front of the exclaimed From that we pending but it IP a different appeal Because thn speaker is assuming that the house will sustain Lis decision of yesterday and so il therefore does not come within the rule ah stated by the gentleman from McKmlej and the gag law which that gentleman with the help of the has applied today is revolutionary and Cheer after cheer uroic from the democratic mingled with hisses from the republi until ilie housn resembled a perfect In the midst of the tumult the speaker Fluted the question to be on the motion to approve the and the yeas and nays having been ordered he di rected the clerk to call the Owing to the confusion many democratic members did not understand the question as put by the chair and another scene of excite ment dozens of members arising and demanding to know what they were lo vote The speaker attempted in vain to restore though one demo crat was heard to shout above the tumult that the house was as much in order as the A lull when Carlisle arose and said he hoped that the roll call would be suspended until or der was as several members did not understand the The speaker then re staled the question and the vote 163 The speaker declared the motion and directed the cleek to enter on the journal the names of members present and not After another storm occasioned bv Springers persistent efforts which in the end proved successful to address the the house became quiet and the floor was accorded to who spoke upon the appeal taken and supported the speakers decision The speaker had a he to proceed to note that thirty or thirty five membsrs who had refused to vote on roll call were present in their All that was involved in the appeal was simply a question of fact Did any gen tleman whose name was disclosed by the count rise in his Tilace and declare he was not Not tinder gen eral parliamentary law the speaker had a right to count the members and if no to stop all The principle was distinctly established that Mr of said the question went to the power of the ma jority to rule in this This was a government of the It was a government ol the majority The ma jority must exercise ihat authority in legislation and government which was in keeping with the furtherance of the provision of the It had been argued it was for a member to an swer to Himself and his constituents alone whether he would vote and discharge his here or Heutterlv denied the soundness of that That would have done when it was held the members were ambassadors from the the presiding officer might and it was his duty to count the number of members who might be present to constitute a The gentleman from Kentucky Carlisle had declared under the speakers decision one npre aentative conld pass a bill with one hun dred and sixtyseven members eitting in their in So he and so he ought if one hundred and sixty in silence svndn fused to when their votes would defeat tke a vote ol onght to states it would not do in He was not to legislate simply for himself and his He was here to legislate for the whole and the whole country had a right to ex sct of him that he be in his place and perform his The speaker had not only discharged the duty which de volved upon him in this matter but one which he could not avoid under his oath of office if he A member on the democratic side suggested there was no rule for what the republicans were attempting to we have a Buterworth and you have discovered Butterwcrth con cluded The right of ths which the fathers provided was a right to or to do whatsoever they wished to perfect But the sovereign will of the people is repre sented in the majority and until that right be overthrown by revolution or the decision of the speaker must be upheld as vindicating the rights of all the people of this McEinley moved to lay on the table the appeal from the speakers de Shouts of disapproval were heard on the democratic but McEinley per sisted and Springer moved to On a ruing vote the result was an 124 Springer demanded the nays and with the mult of 145 So the house refused to adjourn and the ques tion recurred on motion to lay the appeal on the on which question the yeas and nays were demanded from the democratic The clerk proceeded with the no democrats most of them leaving their seats and re tiring to the cloak The speaker however followed the roll call and noted down the names of the democrats pres sent and not The nonvoting members wen again called but still no democrats responded When the vote was completed the speaker took the re turn from the tally clerk and ordered the clerk to record the names of the twenty six democrats present and declin ing to He then announced the vote 162 yeas and none in the negative and declared the motion to lay tha ap peal on the table Shouts of no quorum and exclama tions of indignation arose from the dem ocratic side but in the midst of the tumult and uproar the speaker recog nized McEinley for a motion to ad journ put it and declared it Before he left the choir amid shouts of shame from the excited democrats he paused long enough to give Springer a chance to say he had demanded the yeas and The speaker said he had heard no request for the yeas and but would recognize the And so Springer had the poor satisfaction of having the yeas and nays with the result of yeas nays The house then adjourned un til the republicans jubilant at their success and the democrats cor respondingly Tha UaloB Paclfle Boadi and tnc Gov house committee on the Pacific railroads to day heard arguments by attorney for the Union upon the plan pro posed in the Outhwaite bill for the set tlement of the indebtedness of that com pany to the Storey referred particularly to the attack made upon the Union Pacific in a letter sent by tha at torney general of Nebraska to the attor ney general of the United States charg ing that the Union Pacific had violated its Storey spoke of the great value of the security of the road would offer to the government under the terms of the bill in addition to the present se MOVB THEIR MASON January 31 the Iowa Central wiil move their divi sion from to Mason The line from Lyle to Manly Junction will be abandoned by the Iowa This move will be hailed with delight by the citizens of Mason City and the employes of the BKOKJt XHK The IIllBOli Hn Two Colll IB Illinois Cen tral beat the record today by two serious accidents to suburban trains within two The first collision occurred about six oclock this morning between trains on the Illinois Baltimore and TBX house bill as to the duty on silk ribbons was passed without division also the senate bfll in gather inf i homes and ntendent of census to about mortgages on Vance then addressed the senate on the negro emigration bUL Vance sarcastically characterized recent speech as oratorical concealing its He acknowledged the mflleninm had not yet dawned on the and that the land of reconstruction was not yet the land of perfect He referred to the northern Jerrymandering of the blocks of the ejection of colored children from white and hoped in time some accomplished black man might be sent to represent Ike country in other land besides Hayti and Beferring to Ingalls re mark that the south was standing on a he said tke south needed no It conld wage war without assist ance from anybody and could easily manage and overcome the uprising of seven millions of Then then would come a solution of the negro problem which would stay Given a dominant race occupying free and with that areas at manumitted of recently barbaric now should the two be made to dwell togetker in and fraternity Itise ImaMBTiT law that tke ma jority akan wiJs bet it Central and the The trains were oing in opposite directions and the col lision was caused by a misplaced The passengers were thrown in all some of them receiving serious and the locomotives and cars were badly The second accident occurred between two trains at the foot of Washington They collided and tore away the platform and splintered it into match Many were badly bruised and cut by breaking In the senate this morning on a question of protested against being accused of suppressing petitions and said he would present any petition addressed to the no matter from whom it The resolution intro duced authorizing the secre tary of state to furnish copies of the ses don laws to the waa adopted ad journed until CBAZBD BY A Sad Siqacl tha BrooKiMnrphy Monday of this Judge Murphy of this was sent to the Pleasant in sane Murphy recently de veloped a with homicidal tenden cies in consequence of trouble growing out of the BrooksMurphy A rehearsal of this be of interest that ably one of doomed notorious case will to readers now the actors is prob to end her life in a A FBIKSr BLOWN UP iShat Father FlacklBgar Hoi by 30 attempt was made last night to blow up the residence of Father in charge of the German Catholic church at Chartiers this Dynamite was placed in the cellar and fired about one oclock this badly wrecked and the The house was hole neighbor hood Father Fleckinger and two servant girls were in the house but escaped but badly shaken There is no clue to the XOB THXia FaoBla Uk Cook PaBla BlrlakcB Ovar B Stranca come from Cook that a very fatal strongly resembling men is raging in the western part of that The patients die in many instances in a few hours after taking the Twentyfive deaths are reported from the malady during the past twenty four 80 far physicians have been unable to check its and it has already spread over the causing great excitement Many citizens are flee ing from their homes to other localities not yet visited by the Tka Ohio hearing of the MarquisLampson contest cue for lieutenantgovernor was concluded in the Ohio senate this evening and Limpson republican was ousted by a strictly party The republican members filed a number of protests against the manner of proceeding and the conclusion was attended with stormy Lamp son gave notice that the case would be carried to the supreme court A Hoe TBBt WMCka 935 largest hog ever raised in Clark county was brought to market by Henry Cunning a farmer living a few miles north of The animal weighed nine hundred and thirtyfive It was purchased by a syndicate of four who pieced it on A Qelat uneventful manner in which the auditing committee of the National Land league is proceed ing with their labors seems to be a con tradition to all the sensational rumors circulated since the call for the com mittee was made Wrackad Xa extra east bound freight on the Milwaukee road ran into a Northwestern freight train this morning at tke crossing one mile be low this Several can and the Mil waukee lot otiv Both tracks wen blocked an day and pas sengers wen Of health and strength renewed and of and comfort follows tke of the system For eels in We CAI to Ism passenger train on the Burlington and Qnincy near struck A day tataUy njuai About a year ago last December Miss Ada a bright young a blonde of quite prepos sessing was engaged in the banking nouse of Brooks of this as assistant When the girl entered the employ of Brooks she was quite shabbily attired for the posi tion she was to so Brooks advanced money quite liberally so that Miss Ada could dress in a becoming manner for her new This seemed to arouse the suspicion of who proceeded to the bank one day and expelled the fair at the same time accusing her of improper con duct After this episode Brooks gave large sums of money and other val uables to the either because ne was infatuated with her or because he thought she was mistreated by or because the parents of Miss Murphy took advantage of the situation to fleece the old or all three consid erations However this may have the bank succumbed under the strain and Brooks creditors at tached part of the property belonging to Miss that was purchased with the Brooks money and the case went against the I think that the cause of Murphys insanity is re morse at advising her daughter Adato accept Brookss bounty and thus com promise her character in the I think it is due the to say that I do not think she is guilty of and criminal A ATTACK IOWB City Maltreat Old Lady tor BO IOWA who lives in the old Grady south of the Rock Island and Pacific was sitting alone in her kitchen Sand ay when four tough charac ters pounded on the door and demanded an This was refused and they broke down the door and rushed in the One struck her and knocked her from the She supposed they were after her so she stizsn it and fled from the She rushed away in halfdressed as she and ran to a neighbors for telling the story given UNDER Tfcraa Medicos Tevsjke ArrMUd for Special to THB even ing occurred a street fight among a gang of hobos during which Charles Demp Eey was shot in the Andrew and Nels livirg in the West were yesterday afternoon arrested by Marshal Morrison and Constable Haessig on the charge of assaulting Charles Dempey with intent to commit John Nelson confessed that he fired the shot Squire Schlemer continued the case until next Monday and sent the trio to the jail in the mean The bullet in Dempseys leg has not yet been ex tracted and it is feared that blood poison ing will set TjBlB snd Tlmmn Special to Tsrj Shortly before ten oclock this morning flames broke out in the malt house of the Bosch Grain company and in a short time the whole south end of the building was in a The fire probably originated in the contained in a light frame and the building being dry and open it spread with great fully A HOBBISUE A Beeamte asd Crt the 19yearold son ofa prominent Ger man of this became suddenly vio lently insane Tuesday afternoon and threatened to kin his His father had him removed temporarily to the city This evening he set fin to his bedding in the cell where he was con fined and before aid conld reach him he was fatally His shrieks resound ing through the police offlee just over head was the first intimation of his con He was rescued as soon as pos and an excited crowd ef peo ple gathered to see him taken biasing from head to foot The flesh dropped off from his body as he was earned to his attended by weeping He dud in gnat agony shortly Newton to Dnbnqne from Vermont last Friday with his win and Mon day evening he left his hotel to get He has not been heard of onhisper Hewssa He had a large sum of money son and fool play is by of Hortk any warning a and coalover tbe mine at work filling a His days work waa nearly done and he was work ing as fast at thinking no debbt of soon being able to go to his All at once and without an huge mass of rock and head fen upon crashing the life out of Special to Tn DBS court business Oaborne Beat appel from Decatur affirmed Pierce vs appellant from Sac affirmed estate of John a from Tama reversed Flint Na tional Bank Snyder appel lant from Grnndy affirmed es tate of Peet from Jones affirmed from Polk Tka BUllaai Caw DES case of the state against Myron found guilty of the murder of Charles Kingsley at came up for hear ing before the supreme court Attorney General Stone appeared for the state and Judge Cole for tho defendant The state moved to continue the case which was actively opposed by but the motion for a continu ance was The case will be placed on the May H course is left for me only this must wait for the vast concourse of peo THE LHOI HUL DliBLE TO MEET i SUSPEBDS Tke Failare Caused by the Closing of the Sixth HatlonalA Disreputa ble Attempt to Dispose of BondsOther A of MASON citi ens of Eatherville are jubilant At a depth of one hundred and fiftyfour feet a vein of coal five feet thick was The Emmet County Coal company was Immediately organized and is now at work sinking Lud Special to THS syndicate com posed of Creston capitalists today pur chased all the unsold city lots belonging to the Railroad consisting of desirable The transaction has created some excite ment in real estate Balooas Burned SIOTJX number ofj sa oons in the town of across the were burned this Loss A ONEABJCED o Sata Up Big with onearmed printer is as much of a curiousity as the irmless man who dexterously handles a cnife and fork with his There came to Cincinnati two days ago such a and he is now working as a sub in the Enquirer His name is Henry he is twentyseven rears and hails from where he learned the trade on the Be six years went m a thip out and while gone lost its left arm in a railroad Only i short extending but a few nches from the remains Nothing oitune dered most men Penrod set to work to manage the intricacies of his craft with one and he succeeded so well that he new sets ss big a string as the best and he justifies his own matter and does it In set ing Penrod places the stick on the case in front of and then nimbly hoots the tyye into working very rapidly and with as apparent ease as a man with two Penrod has worked as a sub on all the great newspapers of the and makes a competent Ho is the only onearmed printer capable of earning a full days wages at the disheartened by a that would have mis ren IM LOVK WITH A Frlea of BoBamaBU SBUttoB with JForttga nephew of he king of and heir to the has fallen desperately in love with Queen Natalie of to the in ense vexation of the royal The prince is bent on carrying whom he regards as the greatest heroine and martyr of the Close watch is ept to prevent a clandestine Piince of iccording to shortly wed an im mensely wealtny American Catholic TO RBDDCB government will thortly enforce stringent regulations o reduce emigration to even o refusing passports to men under nine tea years of A NOTED SPECIALIST a noted mental is A SBRIOUS SO hundred glass who were on a strike at forced an entrance nto the factory ia which they had been acd destroyed all the ma The strikers turned on the who were trying to quell the and in the conflict that followed two of he rioters were killed and many others everely GLADSTONES SON Hanry Glad son of the Glad was married today to the daughter of Stuart home ruler and member of the house of com mons for FRENCH POLITICIANS contest at Nenilly to fill the vacancy in the chamber of dep caused by the invalidation by that ody of the election of Bou who was returned at the last gen ral is very At a po litical meeting held last night who is again a was attacked Editor the antiBoulang ist who beat him with his fists and threw him bodily from the platform into the The supporters of the re pective candidates took part in the and in the melee that followed several persons wen It is ex pected that a duel between Messrs Lissa aray and Laur will TBS DXATH Pi l Profeeser Earl director of the musical depart ment of Wooster died today of JOSEPH Special to xn HAWK Joseph of this died yesterday morning after a brief She had a ight attack of then took a re which soon resulted in her Ike leaves a kniband and seven The funeral services wen held in the tome conducted by Little of pastor of the Covenanter churchof which Kennedy was a DBASE OF MASOV A dispatch has just reached hen conveying the inteffigeneeot the death at New of He has for yean been a resident of Mason City and was one of the most prominent eiti He held high official positions m county and Lenox Hill bank has just suspended payment It is controlled by the same persons who last week bought control of the Sixth National bank of this which has already been closed by the bank ex The knowledge of the relation of the two institutions caused a run on the Lenox which it was unable to meet The president is said to nave made an attempt in Wall street to obtain foods with which to make but was unsuccessful The Clearing House asso ciation today acted on the Sixth Na tional and dropped it from the associa The bank examiner states that all depositors will certainly be paid in full The Equitable bank has also been men tioned in connection with these two in bat its president says it is not Wall street this afternoon looks upon the attempt to dispose of the in bonds owned by the Sixth National bank as simply a case of highway It said President of the Gallatin National bank and a member of the clearing house that after Lsland had sold his interest in the Sixth National the directors were re quested to which thev the without being legally or elected Classen president On assuming the office Classen made three loans of secured by the stock of the Lenox Hill bank very poor security and then went dnwn to the safe deposit vaults of the National Park bank and abstracted firstclass railroad bonds to the par value of These bonds he turned over to George who attempted Cashier u notified the clearing house and the bank The after an closed the bank and called on Classen for a return of the in The by prompt succeeded in getting back of the In lieu or on account of the rest of the abstracted Classen the bank examiner checks for These checks fell short of thifGarket value of the abstracted securities None of the have been paid and they are being The comptroller of the currency will ap point a receiver and all the facts in the case were laid before the United States district who this afternoon issued warrants for the arrest of Presi dent Classen and Broker Pell for their connection with the the new president of the Sixth National is a broker at 45 and who is president of the Lenox Hill has his office in the sanw Wallack is also a partner of Pell who appear to have negotiated the sale of the assets of the Sixth Tbo methods used are identical with those used by Henry S Ives in his dealings with the Hamilton and Dayton In an interview this evening regarding the Bank Examiner Hepburn was very strong in his remarks concern ing the manner in which the steal was to dispose of them learning of Classens He said it scandalous case of bank wrecking in tha history of the The Sixth National had been a gilt edged and only a week ago its surplus amounted to He still held the opinion the depositors would not lose United States marshal and deputies are out tonight with war rants to arrest a number of persons whose names have not been given up At a late hour George Pell was ar A RBGKT7KR filing of a petition today asking for a receiver for the Spalding Iron works at caused a s The peti tion charges the managers with gross selling at a A receiver was Business men here express surprise that this was done without hearing the other side It is generally thought that the concern is financially wc to attention and going and A Ceanlml XxpMTleaca la of The February Century will have a chapter for Joseph Jeffersons autobio in which he will give some recol lections of Edwin From ad vance sheets of this article we quote the an amusing illustration of Forrests ungovernable temper At the conclusion of the Richmond writes the company journeyed to where we were to open with Forrest as a character that he ana one that the public For rest was always in a state of intense irri tation during the rehearsal and perform ance of this Irregularities that he would have overlooked under ordi nary wen now magnified to an enormous so that when he donned the buckskin shirt and stuck the hunting knife of the American savage in his wampum he was ready to scalp any offending actor who dared to cross his The coppercolored liquid with which he stained his cheeks might literally have been called paint At rehearsal the poor property old Jake got into a dreadful state of and everything went The tragedian naturally held as stage responsible for these particularly as the unlucky Jake would conceal himself hind set or mysteriously disappear through traps ss each mishap In the midst of this dreadful principally brought about by bis own 01 Forrest turned on saying that he would not act that and strode out of the I hurried through tke front of the and heading him off in the alley addresfed as nearly as I can in the before you decide upon follow words this step let me state an important fact that perhaps has not crossed your He sew I waa in and stooped short to as I resumed tke is so I must take hia responsibility to the public on The bhmdera on the stage this morning have keen perhaps but yon must pardon me for saying that yoor excited and somewhat un have coBtrinuted not a little to confuse the company and bring about But be that it then is another and still mon Important matter to Every tketkeatnis taken tat tonigkt tka smAtonce win crowd the house in ex gnat dramatic to pie to and then so before them and explain the reason of your nonap I shall have to make a clear statement of the and say that you have refused to act became then wen tome alight discrepancies and irregular ities in Jhe The public you quite unreasonable when their diversion is and it is like ly that tbey will be indignant at the dis failing to see the reason as clearly as YOU may hava consider for a moment Under these circumstances will it not be more mag nanimous in yon to overlook the comings and go on with the He paused moment anfl said I will not go back to the rehearsal I am too much and my presence on the stage now will only make matters worse but if you will see that details are attended I will act tonight I promised to do and we I was only too glad to get rid of him on those in hia then intemperate state of I went back to the stage and dismissed the cautioning the actors to do what they could to render the nights performance credit I now began to hunt up the de linquent and frightened property Jake appropriate name for a fellow who needed so much looking discovered him hiding under a pile of old Is he gona said I but he will return tonight so see that your proper ties are in good or he will be the death of The night came acf matters pro pressed favorably until the council One of the characters being overcome with re versed hia questions to giving the wrong and of course receiving an absurd The recog nizing the confusion of the began to and of course this made matters The act terminates with the Indians great From the east to the from the north to the the loud cry of vengeance shall be and here he hurls his knife into the center of the where it quivers a defianca as the curtain In hia anger and excitement the blade failed to slick in the stage and bounded into the the handle hitting the double bass player on the top of the which was as innocent of hair as a bil liad so as the curtain came down the old fellow as stamping about and rubbing his bald pate to the delight of the I realized now that the storm had burst in and that a total wreck would soon Knowing that I could not avert the and hav ing no desire to face the tragedians like a politic but disloyal captain I deserted the ship and went in front to see it go down Byron says of a what a sight to him who no friend or brother there to which Pren tice and is not there The latter was now my I was not there and I did not intend to so from the secure corner of an upper pri vate box I watcbed the progress of the most disastrous performance I had ever en As the curtain rises on the last act the tribe should rush through the woods as their leader calls but by this time the braves were so frightened that they had become de and aa the foremost rushed through the opening in the woods his long ow got crosswise between two This not only precipitated the redskin over but the enti9 tribe fol tumbling head over heels into the middle of the I trembled lest the big Injun would refuee to put in an At to my the audience quieted down and Forrest strode upon the If I remember the at this point Metamorai wife and chile en had been stolen away and His pathos was and by his magnificent acting he reduced his au All termination of the which I was thankful know had nearly reached its A funeral pile of burning fagots was brought at which some pale face was to be The two Indians in charge of the mysterious looking article set it down ao unsteadily that a large satuated with tlaming tumbled off and rolled down the leaving a track of fire in its Put it out said put it out where upon the two Indians went down on their knees and began to blow alternate ly in a seesaw singeing each others eyebrows at every The audience could not stand this comical and began to break forth in Let the theatre burn roared At last one tall supposed to be second in majestically waved off the two who were blowing and stamped his foot with force and dignity upon tha flaming at which a perfect fountain of burning alcohol spouted up his leather legs He caught tried to put himself rubbing and jumping about and at last danced off the stage in the most comical Forrest made a furious exit the curtain was and the in perfect good I mingled with the crowd ss it went and I never saw an adi at the end of a five act wreathed in such A Vary Old John who is now eighty two years is about the liveliest man of his He is vigorous both in body and and can do at good work as His last Tke Cap tains which he wrote for the New York in his eightysecond is ore of the most beau and most finishedproductions that ever came from his in sending The Captains Well to the wrote to the publishers of that paper that it would probably be the last poem he would ever write but we hope that in this he was The vener able poet did not fix any price upon The Captains but left the re muneration to Robert Bonnets and they sent him a check for a thousand Such unusual liber ality touched the old man deeply especi ally because as he characteristically wrote it enabled him to give more than he had hoped to be able to bestow upon certain charitable enterprises that were near to his It is seldom that ao peaceful and useful a life as John Whittiers is lived upon this and millions of the aged poets admirers and friends are gratified to know that then is good promise that his life may be yet spared for jpay ID FOI 1EIDSH8 HQL He Then Cemmits SnfcHeA Kiel at HangingSeveral Crimes and Other Bronx leaader aged i and killed Anna agett and then The girl had i to attentions of who was madly in love with WhltM t mostly gathered day as Morgan to witness an cxecatiosv which was In the a riot Mgan between the whites and caused by a drunken negro strik ing a white Many weie fired and one man was fatally and three others seriously Several ne groes were but none Am IBMM Mra Sfcooto Hlmsslt old and highly respected and for many years connected with the tUe interests of this took hia life by shooting himself the head Monday Watson has been laboring under a strong hallucina tion for more than a and his have been fearful of the act that ended Funeral Wednesday at Ansel Bronson preaching the DMrtfe Ml COUNCIL Donald Macraes new residence was damaged by fire this John one of our oldest formerly a leading republican but in later years a died last nitht of heart Robert Phillips stabbed Monday at the town of died last night Bio Frank is under ar A Officers from today arrested Charles Williams as he was alighting from a train from Salt Lake Wil liams is wanted in for the murder of William a far He is also wanted in for safe for On the third John Farria was today sentenced to twentyfive years for the murder of Ste phen McGee in A Pacific freight train was wrecked and burned this The conductor and engineer were killed and two tram men Two MEMPHIS Two Iron Moun tain and Kansas City trains collided tide One trainmans leg was and the passengers wen badly shakw Tlvmr Mill The Journal South special says The Donahue fc Henderson flour nun here was burned this The loss is There is no day afternoon about two hundred of the retail lumbermen of the northwest held the preliminary session to the first annual meeting of what they decided to call the Northwestern Lumbermens Presr cabled its London correspondent to ask Parnell about the reported destitution of his Parnell be but his solicitorsaid ParnelT doesnt care to diacuss this It is con stantly cropping He is an affection ate son and that is enough for the Ameri can people to TlQTmm world fair as amended by came up in A assembly this afte and after a long the amenf adding twentytwo names to the list was stricken out and U bill The bill immediately sent over to the senate and was at taken up by that The favored its immediate passage as it bat the republicans insisted on tke ment being again added and tks appointment of a conference MlM Kxw The Cunard steamer Bothnia waa Righted off Sandy Book at 1058 this Mies Sis the competitor of Nellie Bly in the race around the is on Miss Bisland was delayed in Europe account of paving missed a steamer would have brought her to Hew York sometime and take the i obliged to OrovMasi We Gibbons dition this morning is critical andkei die at any moment i to a reporter that she thought her band had grown weaker during tbe Should my I shall take out a prosecute Schuettler for mm Schnettler is suffering considerably the beating and kicking administered He is under a Burlington Free selected your subject for yet How let me give you a piece of What ever your subject let it become for tke next two months a part of yourself with Thank yon the may X ask your subject is The directors of the Orleans A Texas Pacific road hare dared a dividend of four per able February 1st Then has been a big decrease t death rate in andthehei commisrionar to hopeful tint the grippe epidemic Is about v George a war hi Tort Arkansasat elevn yesterday for the murder Infix another Joseph the I who was captured Alcohol and Madge a wonderful What caa she dot Dai inch corset on s twentyaixieek It instated that twentyeight and passenger condnctora oat bal and railroad an tvl charged at son of i rot themontfcJ   

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