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   Burlington Hawk-Eye (Newspaper) - February 5, 1890, Burlington, Iowa                                ESTABLISHED IIG DESPITE DEMOCRATIC iTTQCTS if BELAY THE HOUSE DDES SOME The Obnoxions Tactics of the Bour bons Kept Op The Secre tary Tracys Coalition Gen eral Capital the dem ocrats did not consider themselves yet vanquished and that they proposed to throw every obstacle hi the way of the transaction of business until some rules wore adopted for government was shown b thej reading of yesterdays journal hi The reading having been completed McKinley moved that the journal be ap proved and demanded the previous ques The previous question was ordered yeas 165 nays the number of demo crats being entered on the journal as present and not The vote on the approval of the journal was then resulting yeas Spricper moved to Sug gesting this was a proper time to enter Fuch a and on this occasion the motion was entertained by the speaker only to be defeated by a vote of yeas nays The speaker then proceeded to lay be fore the hound various senate bills for and among them was one to members of the international conference attended ia a body and the diplomatic corps and congress were well The chief officials of the txecntive departments of the govern meat wen also present THE Secretary Tracy 4 Secretary Tracy continues to improve Many prominent people called at the house during the morning to inquire after His Frank is now with having arrived here at this morning on a special He is the first member of the family the secretary has seen since the awful calamity yes terday morning and his presence was a source of joy and hope to the bereaved parent The president sent over early in the morning to inquire after Secretary Tracy and Private Secretary Halford called later with regard to Tracys re moval to the white house Theph WEDNESDAY FEBRUAKY MRS OLD CEFKMAL CELEU1T18I OF THE ORfiAS IZiTIOM Of THE FEDEEll Commemorative Literary Exercises at of spoke to the jn didary of the stoles of re sponded to The Common Wayne McVeagh was booked to re spond to The but was and Joseph Choate responded in and his remarks were received with great applause feth next spoke and was followed by Channcey who closed the I GREAT the Open in to the toast Our XewYorkntr hv I He made one of his star 7 Seeches and his i attending and Miss said this morning that their oatients passed a fair night and are bet ter The funeral services over the remains of and Miss Tracy will he held at eleven The bodies will be tem porarily deposited in a receiving vault at Kock Creek cemetery until their final disposition is determined The pall bearers for Secretaries Tracy wil Prod will be as follows Noble and rules to means relieve the treasurer of the United States of the amount now charged to him and deposited with the several This bill the spnaker referred to under the the committee on ways and Bland moved the bill be referred to the committee on the speaker at first declined to entertain B lands but after debate he said that for the present the chair would fol low the ruling of the last Springer demanded the reading of the bill and expressed hie ability to show by parliamentary law that the demand should be complied The speaker ignored but the latter was and finally the spoaker directed the reading of the aau Attorney General Postmas ter General Admiral Porter and Bear Admiral About eleven oclock today Secretary Tracy got out of bed and dressed him and showed such strength that he was allowed to descend to the library and remain there during a portion of the day ge was later removed to the White House in a cab His physicians pro nounce him out of Shortly after his arrival ae the white house he requested that he be taken into the east room and ba shown the caskets containing the remains of his wife and They were covered with beautiful Standing at the head between them both was a large palm tree arranged so the leaves dropped gracefully over the The secretary was very much affected over the sight and sobbed as though his heart would The casket containing Mrs Tracys body was opened and he was Butler ami NEW sad events of the few days at Washington dimmed considerably the celebration of the centennial of the federal judiciary that was inaugurated this The at tendance at the Metropolitan opera house was the most noted that ever fined the magnificent The ulterior of the building was elaborately On the right of the stage hi the front row were seated the members of the I speeches and his wit and logic fairly I convulsed the vast WJUTCOMB BtUTFS W tor Llqner BepanttM BUI Walk the personal manager of James Whit comb the Hoover white here r AimPTBYmDaOClATSTOPIlCETHE fiffDUJGAKS A8ADBT HE ft i ALively Dteuwion in the flraatn Over Adopted by tke PostGeneral I State THE HAWKKYI j Bis J The democrats made a great attempt to get the republicans to work against the old soldiers this afternoon hi the Senator pre the sentiment is rather otherwise in the i We would all regular As it is be eternally vigilant and be that nothing is done or even of that ia not included in oar re for the peoole generally expect us to be thoroughly familiarized with every is and theywantto know all about the prospective move said Everywhere we went I directed that no liquor we sent to Rilays and bartenders were forbidden to sell him Still he would manage to get When we reached United States supreme court Others seated on the stage inclined exPresident not go to exChief Justice I had no influence6 When Nye that if the engagements for the future were cfiBSSSd the reason would have to be he replied wilt die in the ditch before I win go a step I know the and I am willing to take Mr Nye told him if he was willing to sacri fice everything for a drink of whisky we would quit and we Henry the poef s Senator of New Orleans General Noah Chauncey Charles and David Dudley When exPresident who was stepped forward to open the meeting it was some minutes before he could because of the Bowing his acknowledge ments and expressing his appreciation of the generous welcome accorded Cleveland then began his of which the following is a part In the work of creating our nation the elements of free government were supplied by con cessions of the soverign by the surrender of accustomed rights and by inspiration of pure and disinterested pat If from these elements there has not been evolved that feature in our federal system which is our theme the structure might have been fair to look upon and might have presented a Manager at Sibley condemning the action of the senate hi electing as officers of the senate civilians as against The resolutions further stated that mem bers Of the post would teach their chil dren and childrens children to point the finger of scorn at the senators who took part m such himself a objected to the res olutions being placed on file and spread on the and this brought out a great which bated a full Bolten and Schmidt I were the only democratic and I they warmly advocated the document even before the party leaders have Perfected their This condition of affairs makes our life one continuous round of Another said I STould te willing to bet considerable that inside of a week the temporary organization will be made permanent great ignorance of affairs generally was Not IDS DEM THE TERBIBLE HflJHUO CALAMITY AT Neville tm the Wreck up to His Chia tm Iw Old Water the democrats themselves would consent to such an The Uke Hotchkiss and know he is a good but when it comes to putting a man in for permanent speaker he must to position in the party council majority of the democratic caucus has decided in favor of I a death that Other The terrible ac cident that happened xVwsmalli the large feelperfe bustaewr wfflm afternoon thaJ its doom forl rectors heldj pointed Na is place at i Bloomingtod and Western bridgelast night has created a gloom in this city second only to that caused by the terrible Chatiworth William cans would never consent to such an ar In the first place they wfll never give the speakership to the demo They stand firm in this and there is no use supposing any con ditions they would want to impose should they decide to give it for such will not be dona Our friends from the east must look for some other solution of the because the of Doth parties are here to stay all summer rather than yield anything to the They are in for it and are here to MONXXZUMA uuguh 1ft 52 nn for the semblence of solidity and but last The other body was in no I it would have been only a semblance Blatds motion was 9 151 quorum being counted by the flposkeri Flower moved the bill be referred to the committee on judiciary 84 nays For the first time several days this was not a strict party When the result was announced MeKinley moved the reference of the bill to the committee on ways aiid means nnd upon that motion demanded the vioue McOreary then moved to but the speaker declined to entertain the The speaker said ordinarily the motion to adjourn was in but the situation of the house was euch as to rendoi it that the house de aired to take that The proceed today have been of the same char acter M thoHc of the preceding und it was evident to the chair that these mMiionc wore made for the purpose of obstruction and The chair had sirendy rulpd upon this point and an ap ul had been taken and the decision of thu had bacn MoCreury then rose to a question of personal privilege when a demand for the provious question was Homo further discussion a vote was taken on the demand for the previous question and it was defeated yens nays luriug Hie railing of the roll Springe was not opened at It was a terrible ordeal for the stricken but he bore it remarkably though there wae no concealing the keenness and depth of his This evening Secretary Tracy received a cablegram through Sir Julian Paunce stating The queen deeply deplores the calam ity to Secretary Tracys and en quires after him and the other surviv The secretary replied as follows Secretary Tracy begs the British min ister to convey to her majesty his sincere thanks for her gracious message of sym edifice would with in its fondations the infirmity of JOHN 8BAHA91 Principal Cronln Jnry to Brltrar 4 who was with for attempted jury bribing in the Cronin has left His trial is set for Mon An acquaintance says he has Gatch and Price spoke against it The ruling of Lieutenant Governor that the paper was not a petition or memorial and was not couched in re spectful language and had no place on the was considered a fair Hull himself was a soldier and would do gone to had gone to His wife said he across the river from His bonds men profess to have no knowledge of his Lawyer Grahams former employer and now his attorney says he dont believe Graham but if he has it is because he doubted the possibility of getting a fair jury on account of adverse criticisms in the decay and ruin accoun o adverse criticisms in the Morgan of Trinitv I Trnde inaiits tnat Graham T pathy and in reply to the kind inquiry to say that the surviving daughter and grandchild are out of ITALIAN Caron the Italian minister to received a message from Signer premier of Italy directing him to tender the cordolence of the Italian government to both secretary Tracy and THJE Springer held u coneultaTion with the result or which was the democrats made no f urthor opposition and the bill was re ferred to a committee on ways and means without on motion of the house It is expected the code of rules will bo reported TUB Among the bills introduced and re ferred was one by Wolcott for the ai misnion as a state of New and one by Plumb for the protection of Amer ican Ingalls presented a petition asking on appropriation of 8100 per capita for to Liberia Plumb offered a resolution which was agreed to calling on the secretary of war to furnish copies of the various re of military officers in relation to firTairg at Guthrie und Oklahoma City since the opening and settlement of the After an executive session the nooatt GKNBBftL CAPITAL CoBflnnkttoa OUter The senate this afternoon confirmed the nomination of William H of to be solic itor The confirmation was also announced of the nomination of John M Ciark to be collector of customs at and of of Massachu as consul general and minister resi dent at Corea confirmations wwe United marshalFrank Hitchcock north ern district of Supervisors of census C second 8 first district second third THE SAMOAH TBSATY RATIFIED The senate this afternoon ratified the Samoan treaty with but twelve dissent ing COLORED srsarg The colored mens convention was in session until an early hour this morning and after a stormy scene finally elected Bishop Waggman permanent presi Committees were appointed and that on permanent organization soon made areport recommedlng North as president Thomas of Los vice and of New The report was A BESIGXATION Hiram first deputy com missioner of was today in formed by Secretary Noble that his resignation had been to take effect March Smith is one of the pen sion office officials rerated during Com missioner Tanners incumbency sad re ceived THE ALASKA 8J GovuBor Campbell Afmtn Before ibe Camp bell was before the special house com mitte on ballotbox forgery again to In the course of his testimony lie said Editor Halsted bad been forced to admit he did not intend to use the paper until just before the this explained why he did not consult with Senator Sherman and ho hoped it would be too late for anv proof beyond his CampbETf denial to be produced and thus defeat his If he had believed that the paper was said the he would have published it at once and ended the cam Witness told how Wood called on him the day after his Woods arrest and talked ramblingly and referred to the big steel bill witness had gotten through congress with a 86 appropriation Witness had believed the man was crazy and asked him what he Wood insisted that the witness owned the gun and then witness recol lected that he once did own part of a small gun which he had for gotten all The thief of engineers had pronounced the gun worthless for and that had settled that After a desultory examina tion atout the ballot box matter the hearing was adjourned until AN A Supreme Court DecleloB That Speaker Beede Speaker Reed is fully upheld by the supreme court of Illinois in his recent The case in question is that of Launtz vs The 118 where a city council consisting of eight aldermen and the mayor had before it the approval of a and four aldermen voted for approval and four refused to The mayor counted those present and not ExJudge William chair man of the judiciary centennial com mittee of the New York State Bar asso next delivered a brief address of welcome to the The principal address of the day by the veteran William Allen But entitled The Origin of the Supreme Court of the United States and Its Place in the was freqnently ap The speaker went to the crea tion of the court in 1787 and followed it on through to the present giving an interesting history and touching upon its In closing he said On this centennial of its organization in the city where its earliest jurisdiction was in the presence of the chief of the heads of oar na tional of our highest state courts and of citizens represent ing all the activities of the and in the face of the we make proffer of this high tribunal as proof of the sta bility and abiding strength of our free constitutional Henry Hitchcock then spoke of the powers of the supreme court and those of the He was fol lowed by Thomas spoke on the personal character of the chief At the conclusion of this address a brief intermission was taken and then Edward of de livered lay address on the Supreme Court and Sovereignty of the People Chief Justice Fuller then introduced Justice Field who responded on behalf of the supreme After reviewing the history of the constitution and the supreme the justice came down to the present needs of the latter body and said the court should have some relief from the immense burden now cast upon This can only be done by legislative The justices already do all in their for each one examines every case and passes his individual judgment upon Up to the middle of the present century the calendar of the court did not average one hundred and forty cases per and never amounted at any one term to three hundred cases The calendar of the present term ex War ated dread of being tried by a jury under the present States At torney Longenecker did not seem to fear tonight that Graham would not be on PiepoMd Correspondence of TEC sion of the board of supervisors called together by reason of the death of Re corder Miss Clara daughter of the was appointed M to fill the vacancy of the unexpired term Woolson did not represent the remainder of this The action sentiment of the soldiers and misrepre1 of the board has the hearty commenda sented the facts and by its reflection I tion of the entire upon the members of the senate was a very improper document to be before MMIULAN mm for Warden of tke n Maalioa Special to DBS republican joint caucus this evening took up the deadlock left over from last The first thing done was to put out of the A PICUXiIAB A Millionaire Cnelly Hie Wife of a Comfortable Malatata bill for a separ ate miintainance filed by Adelaide M wife of George the millionaire discloses aremark able domestic Harding says she was married in 1855 at Peoria one and her husband came to Chicago to live in 1863 and have resided here since Until says Mrs she and husband lived happily Then there came a change in his conduct and he she a course of systematic The it is al deprived her of credit at stores add proposed to allow her onlv 850 a Since that time Harding alleges he has paid her but Among other he deprived her of the use of except at dis charged the servants from their home on Indiana and has male a system atic effort to turn the children against The complainant says her husband is worth from two to three million dol lars and has a net income of from 000 to per She asks the court to compel him to give her a suitable allowance and the custody of the younger the older ones to be allowed to decide for themselves with which parent they will way the nominations for warden of the Anamosa state printer and state and then the warden of the Madison penitentiary was taken The expectation before balloting was that Townsend would carry off the prize on the second or third but such did not Thirteen ballots were taken but week without any TOSIGHTS The more important ballots taken to night were as follows cashier of the First Na tional is struggling with a relapae of influenza but is making a slow gain toward health each Fully 80 per cent of the inhabitants of this place have had a tussle with the fashionable disease but only one death to There is considerable talk of laying a connecting switch between the and Central Iowa here so as to fa cilitate the transmiBipn of through freight the died i pitiful in the ex Pinned hi the wreck with his head barely above water he suffered un told agonies for four Svery effort made to release Alderman Kmrney who was present stripped him self of his outer garments and plunged into the water over his head to ascertain what was holding Kogineer rhile under water he discovered the dead body of Brakeman Lewis and afterwards tied a rope to it The dead brakemans body was lying on the floor of the wedged hi near the gang and right under the feet of the imprisoned He evidently tried to but was struck It was thought that by pulling out Lewis body Neville could be but this proved Only his left hand could be raised above After a great deal of work the engineer was raised so that his shoulders were above and the hopes of those who were working for his rescue rose several de The poor man was sinking fast Hot water was his head bathed and hot drinks given but his vitality was fast giving NKVILLBS law Reid have they were to haveji owing to the hie befaflen tksr MD1AS Indian i for the Paris wfll be displayed at Then played fat it WRBCKAG hatches and i ashore on Lundy ThiaapB taken to indicate I British ate now overdue at 8t THXPA F he he ordinary is not locutory costs i nor froi Scotch and statement that the compromise la 4 of John speaker hi the Tonights 1 11 14 16 17 18 8J i5 86 Vt 23 16 15 13 li 19 8 5 i i B K 34 37 41 3 1 At the thirteenth ballot it was decided to drop on succeeding ballots the lowest candidate aud this cut off much useless After the fourteenth those re ceiving not more than five votes were re quested to withdraw and the room was save those entitled their names cleared of to sit in A bill was reported in the senate today It relating to the Alaska seal authorizes the secretary of tke after advertising for thirty to lease for twenty years from May the right to engage in the business of taking tie fur of seals on the islands of SL Paul The annual natal for Ibis right shan not be less than per and in addition a revenue tax ordntyof not leas than MOO on each akin shipped from the 4 remains of Alice wife of Ooloael aad Che eldest daufktar of Secretary were Oak Hill aematerF bei oclock at tkercaideace other aad the body itoflt voting as voting in the and himself gave the casting vote and it lustained by the supreme cnurt in his Although this authority for iioding that the rule relating to elections may be different from that applied to other and that a ma jority ot those voting would be sufficient on the question of an election yet the effect of the decision of the court is that in all cases where a quorum is present if a majority of those present vote for the proposed measure such vote is sufficient Says the court It is un sound to say that onehalf of a repre sentative when a casting vote is given to the presiding may defeat a measure by refusing to What reason is there when all the eight members are present and four vote and four refuse to the mayor should not vote with one side or the other and make a majority Why may it not be considered equivalent to a counting the members who do not vote as voting the contrary way from the mayor Thii would be fulfilling the purposes of the There is no propriety in giving to a refusal to vote more potency to a Tote allowing a earn from viola tion of or in making the refusing to vote of more effect in governing the action of the body of which one is a member than Spatial to Tsn Congressman Gears bill introduced in the Uc building at back to the senate the for pub was reported rand placed OB The best aalve ia the world for art chapped cprmaad all akia cures or mo payi loi or 4 one thousand five In view of this condition of the its crowded a multitude of questions is constantly brought before it of the greatest and most extended Surely it has a right to call upon the country to give it assistance and Something must be done in that direction and should be done speedily to prevent delays to suitors now Today justice is as pernicious as to deny it After this address there wag following which Talbot Cham bers pronounced benediction and ended the literary The dinner in the celebration of the supreme court centennial was held to nieht at the Lenox The banquet hall was a mass of flowers ani vines and presented a beautiful The plat form table was set for twi It was presided over of the entertainment committee and amone his guests were Chief Justice exPresident Matthew president of the New York State Bar association Justices Bradley Lunar and Brewer Chauncey Rev William President Coud of the bar of the city of New York Senator Chief Justice of Pennsylvania Mayor Grant and Presi dent of Columbia The menu was an elaborate Be fore it was concluded the ladies benn to take their places in the boxes wd shortly after tea oclock the rapped for In the box the third from the right of the stage was Mrs DUeontlaued OB Account of IrfMiee by NEW WM officially announced today that on account of ex pending its resources in strike troubles the dividends on the Chicago and East ern Illinois preferred will be discon The officials of the company state they have no floating debt and do not propose to create IOWA CENTRAL RBDUCIHG 4 the caucus as members of the thus making the last two ballots perfect ly Senator Woolson moved to make the nomination unanimous on the part of the friends of Townaend and the same The fight was one of the most memorable in the history of the McMillan is in receipt of many warm WOKE UP XHK for twentysix per sd over by President the regular force of the Central shops here have been laid while those retained are reduced to three days work per week and only eight hours per As the men are receiving but 18 to 27 cents per hour this means the next thing to and many who were not discharged will quit and seek other em ployment The company claims the cut was made because there is practically no work to as the corporation has aban doned the road from Mason City to and has been debarred from using the Keithsburg being in default upon ItABOB Mlaon 1st Mlefelstaa for Bilker about fifty employed at the Volunteer mine located at struck for two dollars per an advance of forty The company ope the mine refused the advance and new not men allow but the them the sheriff strikers would to work an armed to go If with ladies and by a of of the after which Carter made a brief The next toast was the npreme and it was re sponded to by Associate Justice Harlan of the sopreme court He began by 2L s are the lawyers of a given period which they appear conns If the before must be added that was preceded tad aided be were of HoeuWmiam EvartowM of tke opinion tff posse went to Palmer to disperse the strikers but did not have enough men with him and returned leaving the strikers masters Today the after receiving reinforcements from Ishpeming and is on the ground but the strikers show no signs of The sheriff is disin clined to precipitate a crisis and the two bodies of men are watching one another If the new men should go to work bloodshed is likely to The mine is one that was purchased by Gen eral Alger a year and he is the prin cipal stockholder in the company oper ating it BeeolnttOM Warmly DlecMMd ud Finally Dxs session of the senate lasted about an After the opening exercises Senator BDlter in troduced the resolutions adopted by the condemning the action of the senate hi electing civilians to the minor offices hi its An objection was raised to the matter going on file be cause it was hi disrespectful language and was not a faithful representation of the The democrats spoke very strongly hi favor of having the resolu tions ge on record and the republicans against The chair finally ruled that for reasons assigned the paper should not go on The senate then THK When the house met this on behalf of the presented a proposition asking the re publicans to formulate an alternative proposition and the opposition would bind themselves to accept one or the other condition of A few quiet speeches were made on both sides and then the roll call on speakership was taken After taking four ballots the house adjourned till tomorrow Caucuses will again be set to work on a No Freepoet of a InPrteee of wine to MASON omin ous silence of bindingtwine manufac turers can not be Always before contracts with retail merchants were placed in but this up to this no contracts have been Prices on all twines have ad Pure manilla is listed at cents 16 and sisal 14 It appears that the Elizabethport Steam Cordage the Wstertrary and National Cordage companies now have control of the twine and the price will not materially decrease from the figures given Should this be true boycotting among the farm ers of Iowa is Grain will bound with straw or put up Ice Gom Out with m Special to HAWXBTB 4 ice went out at this point It was weakened by the warn and the movement of the head of water accumulated on the rapids carried it out with a The river immediately fell heavily soon as the ice gave and is very cakes of ice being stranded ia mid stream at The ice men abandon hope of a local supply of The unfortunate engineer was failing but held up as best he He saw himself that there was nochance of Retting out but he never His face was as white as and several times he closed his eyes hi deep thought for gome No doubt his thoughts wandered to his pretty little home in and his wife and four children who would be wild with grief at the news of his He felt something soft under his feet and told his rescuers that he was standing on his seat In reality he was standing on the dead body of Brakeman but the men kept it from him as long as When he did flnd it out it unnerved him His own son was his regular but was not with him this About 0 oclock the poor man became slightly In his anguish he cried for Gods chop me I am standing on my He soon regained his reason and assumed his stolid hardly ever murmur ing even when suffering The strong men who were straining every nerve to get his when they learned that their efforts could do no were movad to tears at this hero of moderrf About he became quite and ceased conversing with the men At he said faintly I am almost A moment later his spirit took its and all was The men who stood upon the grimy wreck almost held their being completely awed by the death of the unfortunate He died without a 4 Prneel a grand dinner ati emperor was present TheteaTj versed with the affable mood and with him particular pipe and the converts eral A SRBAT ASTWEBP robber on the steamer voyage from Buenos 41 One hundred and dollars in specie and 1 A8UCK TOUHtt Iciaad At Special to Tan flAwst1 ROCK j Island authorities l of some importance a sleek young fellow Rock Island house ae I Be represented Brother of Geo Thatel Primrose and Wesfe posed as advance Monday he i bank of as security for ing to a hasty telegram bank and had said only been the one of worked WHAT THK Ideae Correctedike To Beduca Zinc have been concluded for the formation of a stock company hi this city for the reduction of zinc This ore in the shape of dry bone is found in the hills surrounding Dubnque in large quanti Later the which starts out with a capital stock of will build a zinc rolling mill to employ 300 Deflate catchas catchcan wrestling match between Charley who claims to be the champion of and Joe of was won last night by the The first round lasted six minutes and was awarded to The which lasted for and the lasting for were won by Shot at Lover Sioux bookkeeper for the Fidelity Loan and Trust Sunday met Will Jandt on the street and opened fire on Jandt managed to escape and in the evening left for Rennie charges Jandt with improper re lations withjiis Both parties are highly 4 bodies of the throe trainmen killed in the wreck here last night have not yet been recovered and will probably will not ba gotten out till upon mittee Sew Yerk and Ute worlds fair matter came up hi the senate to day a motion that the worlds fair com 9 be instructed to report forthwith the assembly but the motion was lost by a party vote and the bfll was re ferred without This in dicates that no basic of agreement be tween the two branches has yet been Personal regard to the rules of and the judicious me of that wfll inson that in estimable Cuttiag teeth is one of the hardest pieces of work the babydoes why art than help it out by aQoviac it occasional doses of Bolls Baby NEW BaU tkfc afternoon kuceeeded ia procariaf bafl so far has ban pal chorea at West ase needed Winter largely to become disordered Special to Tn DBS is some diversity of opinion hi different parts of the state as to the true the ex panse and general surroundings of the interesting condition of affairs prevail ing here in the In the ex treme portion of the state ideal aad away from here very erronejous im pressions A great many hi all localities seem to think that the members an likely to make money for themselves by prolonging the bat the sooner they disabuse their mindiofthis idea the It should be unneces sary to state how the members are but it must be done to show that al though the deadlock is a very exasperat ing it is by no means as expen sive as some people The mem ben receive 1550 for the regular be it long or and for extra sessions they receive per diem compensation equal to what they received in the regu lar not to exceed a Now the only extra expense incurred is the minor officers aad the fuH num ber of these is not yet filled out and can not be until the permanent organization ii The committee clerks hi both houses have not yet been and other officers remain yet ti be so that while then is some extra expense for the few extra people around the amount is not at all large and win not be increased until after the deadlock Certain it is that the prevailing eoadi tiomof afaindoes aot pay the for the loafer they stay instate quo the greater tke leafth of the lamina aad Fromafiaaacial Cloeod Special to THB 4 all the sa loons hi this city have closed their This has been caused by the numerous injunction suits which have been filed A few still remain open and their proprietors state they will fight the citi zens hi this matter till compelled to close up a in Ten Men Killed IB a Bnllrond Bridge j or SAN to the heavy rains and washouts west of and in the Willamette there has been no telegraph communica tion with or points on Puget Sound since yesterday A telegram received here from Dalles states that a construction train with a gang of which left there to work on the went through a bridge sixtyeight feet high The engine passed over in but the ten ler fell on the caboose and killed ten and injured sixteen The con ductor and brakemen were also A train with three doctors left for the scene of the which occurred about a mile and a half west of in Wasco The bridge was ren dered unsafe by late A FATAL Mies Wejrcn the Ice and IB Jennie a handsome and popular young lady cf this while out with a skat ing party on the river near the Iowa side of the was drowned by the ice She was on a sled pushed by a young man named Charles when the ice suddenly gave way and she was in the at once A L veloped the fact thaVl Thatcher but Edward and a son of the that A newspaper c pocket told the wholei ae family was wealthy aid 1 was always a scapegrace volved in one crhaiaal u another and finally became i His father died im J at the disgrace and crime 1 son had Siio man has been rj ing his nefariot the GodFleming coj noon today hi 1 vote standing 40 thai voted with the del Before the votei tea appointed to of bribery that while there rWEi the was offered to in the ma t been claimed to do An important the the speedily eon pid piles and did for i Samples free at Naw manu woolen assignment arei drawn under by the Three of assets tier companions were barely saved after I mill propei being in the water twenty The I at about a young ladys body has not yet been the I found She was seventeen yean of age son of a prominent business man of this I and lived hi but WM visiting Sondsy night while with her grandparents hi Hampton The cataatrophy has cast a gloom over attempting to burglariz a Hugh Corrances He gained entrance by cutting out a pane of glass hi the front When the police arrived Hubert was found in the point of view the whole affair is to a eontinaaee but the Waff rringup the oppositk lauthaaj r an for tkovfhmof awl ke ia read to aac v tka food of tke party visitor fromthe pert of the atate bat week a of qaoar ban of lack of A renter SIOTXX who under the alias of of Par swindled the Sioux City Saving bank out of by means of a forged pleaded guilty yesterday to a charge of Of BURGLARS AHD Burglars and foot pads hold high carnival at Iowa A BOY A fourteenyearold Waptllo boy has own arrested on the charge of Illinois Central wfll bufld a new doublespan iron bridge across the Des Moines river at Ft Dodge the coming JOB In the et of Leora Kmmp Frank for a Marion jury awarded the plaintiff H730 ANmwIxatn Cedar County has recently added an insane ward to its home hi which to take care of to who 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