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   Burlington Hawk-Eye (Newspaper) - February 13, 1890, Burlington, Iowa                                THIS BTJRUNGrTeN ESTABLISHED THURSDAY Pfttcx 15 CBKTS HEB KB EOF ABflHIEKTS ffl IITOB BF TBE PROPOSED JEW Brazil Congratulated in the Senate OB Adoption of a Republican Form of Bal lotBex house met at eleven oclock this morning in continuation of yesterdays The debate on the proposed code of rules was continued by of in a vnin cf of and of speaking in support of the and at the con elusion of their remarks the session o Tuesday was ended and that of Wednes day After the approval of the journal in the usual of Kentucky took the floor in opposition to the new Ho criticized the recent decisions Of the That officer had all precedents and had reversec 1 the parliamentary decisions of nearly al the speakers who hud presided over the McCreary inveighed against the new asserting that their effect be to make the congress of the United States consist of the senate of the United Slates and dpeaker of supported the proposed declaring that they tended to facilitate business instead of obstruct of presented an argu merit in support of the proponed ctde of said he and his democratic colleagues hud dis covered that the general parliamentary law was an was a was The speaker was yet locking in one uf the attributes of wag not the same yes1 today and He had thought them must be some defect in the speakers vision which enabled him to see a democrat when he sat in the but which would not permit him to see a democrat when he was standing at full claiming He had come to tbe conclusion that the speaker should be dosed with Colonel Mulberrys Sellers eye water internally and of said for the last few weeks tbe country has witnessed scenes unequalled in the history of the The speaker of the house backed by tho republican members had been making a Bland for the rights and liberties of the That the battle had brought on exceeding in monstrous proportions in all excepting any thai ever occured in the national Epithets had been hurled broadcast from the other side of the chamber at the presiding Language which should have expelled its UBera had been uttered and flashed over the cor backed by mob were speeches to which the country had been treated Aflor one stormy scene he Henderson had heard one on the democratic side say to another did you hear the rebel yell Let the understand here and now that the northern doughface was an animal of the Lot them understand the country had passed through a fiery furnace which had eliminated the north ern The gentlemen on the other side undertook to control this country whether they wore in the ma jority or in the The could not do The republicans meant and it was to do busi bravely and pa that they were Assault after from great and small had boon buried against the The gontlmuou had been very chary of mak ing Buch assaults when the speaker had been on tho inntead of being tied up as a presiding Referring to the election he said if there was s member on the floor entitled to his seat the republicans would stand up and de feud hie but if there was on the floor a man who held his seat by black hearted fraud or redhanded murder they would unseat him if they had the Buchanan and Walker followed in defense of the speakers and then the house took a The evening session will be for debate on Nearly five hundred persons assembled in tho galleries this evening to listen to the arguments upon the proposed new cadu of Brookshire and Pierce denounced the rulings of the speaker while they were defended by Houck and Lay of THK Campbell had not introduced the bill a very distinguished Ohio republi can would have introduced it A post script to the letter stated the editor of the Athens Ohio had told the writer that Campbell had in the ballot box Of that is said the scheme is a corrupt Mr Foraker asked Grosvenor whom he meant by a very distinguished Ohio re and the witness caused a laugh by saying Thats After examininR several other witnesses the committee adjourned subject to the call of the All the witnesses were Before the committee adjourned Gov ernor Foraker resumed the stand for the purpose of making an explanation of various matters which had been spoken it in the course of the Se referred to several incidents which tended to confirm in his mind a belief of the genniness of the ballet box Wood never told him that the names would not nor did he use any words calculated to put witness on his guard in any The governor lever had said to Wood or any one that 3e would use the paper on Foraker denounced Wood as a notorious forger and perjurer and declared he counted eeventynineunqualified and un mitigated falsehoods in his Woods The affair had been to him a very bitter mortifying and lumiliatwg to the last bat from beginning to the last there never had een s moment when all the world might not have had all the information he 3e would think to the day of his death that behind this there was some sort of but he did not want any man to imagine that he asserted that anyone whose name was that forged paper was on the paper IB believed to have He did not lelieye Wood could have conceived the leading and the collateral security on he paper out of his own imagination and must have received aid from some itber paper or other Wood resumed the stand for a few minutes and asserted the whole thing riginated with He never saw ny paper but what Foraker and ladden impressed on his When they talked about the bal ot box contract he thought they new what they were talking ladden told him the governor wanted a iluffer and Foraker pot a bluffer to bluff Ben Wood declared he understood the paper never to leave Forakers but was to be used as a A BMVlvtlon llcpnbllc of senate unanimously passed a resolution oon gratulating tho people of Brazil on the formation of a republican form of gov A resolution inviting the king of the Hawaiian islands to send a delegate to the PanAmerican congress was also At the senate went into In the executive session the nomina Alon of Morgan to be commissioner of Indian affairs was finally disposed The case was discussed for nearly five i hours The roll call showed twenty I eight votes in the affirmative and sixteen in the negative so General Morgan was two and against the confirmation Plumb and Davis were not present but paired against the Five democrats voted for the Reagan and The roll call on Dorohostere nomination disclosed the lack of a quorum and then the senate ad TUB BAUDOT BOX of was the first witness examined before the ballot box forgery committee this The witness on behalf of the board of election of Dayton he had gone before the elec to Cincinnati to procure the ballot He had not been able to ace Wood hut aaw his who advised Wm to telegraph to Campbenin and she also asked to isjtiaw know how many boxes he osdani npft in OasapbaDl Wittrtsa did not order the of he was the person who at Forakan had cfoen XXXI to Octo iBe had aeen Sadden Ike and feehadaeen the paper the totted This was aoaw days before register of land office at South Supervisors of Census IowaDavid for the second district John tat the fifth district Jacob for the sixth Broth James A for the first district IOWA The following Iowa pensions have been granted Original Lewis Mount Restoration and Benton William Council Huffs Daniel Loveland old war Oliver Walker William Van Sioux City Thomas ionton John Pleasant Jrove James B Wyoming Lmos New Daniel Libertyville Christian faynard Thomas Bonaparte Hiram Lime IOWA The following patents have been issued to Iowa parties cork holder or stick caustic electric body battery Coon self ink distributer lock for hoops Des calipers for fitting watch BT78XKB88 of the AfftJn Fob The resolution ongratulating Brazil on her assumption f a republican form of government dopted in the senate today is in these ords That the United States of congratulates the people of irazil on tbeir just and peaceful as umption of the duties and re ponaibilities of self government based n the free consent of the government nd their recent adoption of a republican orm of LAND OFFICE The secretary of the interior has or ered that the land offices at Pierre and South and shall receive no filings lor the ntry of the lands just opened in any ase where there is good reason to believe he same are for lands to which indi Indians have a right under the ct of WANTS A FEDERAL ELECTION of nade an argument today before the ouse committee on the presi ent and vice on the subject the necessity for a federal election for the state of He said e would trust hie life with a southern but declared when they stole r robbed tbe ballot boxes they thought ley were doing Ood a Con rees should pass an act to enforce in the outh the flf teeth Congress ad a he to provide a federal lection It was not necessary to pply the remedy where it was not but where there it hould be He favored the bill ntroduced by Kelly of with ome SENATOB EDMUNDS MEAT BILL Senator Edmunds has again introduced is retaliatory meat which provides or the inspection of meats for erporta prohibiting the importation of dulterated articles of food or and uthorizing the President to make pro clamation in certain Edmunds commended the latter ill to the earnest attention of the com mittee on foreign adding that it had twice passed the but ad not been acted upon in the nd that itwas of very great importance o the interests of citizens of the United One objection made to the Ed munds bill in the house was that it was oo elaborate end required too much machinery to make it Senator Far well in the last press introduced a substitute which overed all the main but was much more simple in its oper Senator Edmunds bill gives the resident wide discretion in suspending mportations like the highwines of ranee and certain products of Germany whicb it is known are largely adultera If these importations were to be uspended on the ground of adulteration t would probably cause radical modiflca ion in the embargo which France and Germany have laid on American meat Diplomatic correspondence on this subject was renewed by the state lepartment a few months but the European governments continue to little In the meantime the department has gathered a great deal of evidence regarding adulteration of Drench and German exports to this conn IT which may hasten retaliatory legis ation when laid before TEDIKB THE BKFOKTS ABE Secretary in speaking of the reported troubles on the borders of the newly opened Sioux reservation be tween soldiers and said today hat he thought the difficulties were all over He had not received official notice orthe issue of the proclamation till yesterday when he had onoe sent General Buger a It his idea that all trouble had ceased as soon as this word reached he military He was under the impres sion that the telegraphic reports from and rierre were ex Judge eceiver of the defunct Topeka insurance has filed a report which shows he liabilities of the company to be The assets are but they pnsist of notes which are deemed prac tically The report further tales that when President Hines and ecretary Fuller made their annual re port to Secretary Wilder they manip ulated the figures in such a way that the concern appeared solvent when it was in In swearing to those false reports lines and Fuller ore liable to imprison ment and warrants have been issued for their ESTIMATED NEW It is estimated that the liabilities of the firm of Frank Woodruff which failed yes will be about with nominal assets enough to inore than that A 8C1T FOE AS David of commenced suit in tbe superior court this asking for a settle ment and an accounting by his former of the stationery nd publishing firm of Lewis which the plaintiff declares was or ganized in Lewis harges that the busineM was continued nly until November 32 of last as the partnership was issolved by fraudulent acts of the de end ant Lewis represents that he never entived his share ol the and sksthatan injunction bs granted re training King from disposing of the roperty of the and that s receiver e appointed to take charge of the busi iees AN IO1VA BASS The Bank f organized a few years ago nd which has been doing a good buai less on a shoddy basis has he president was of who is a wealthy land and most of the board are wealthy retired The cashier nd his brother have gone on a visit to arts while the fanners who iad put up the money to run the bank re left in the AM 12 Shsw hardware dealers of ave made on The assets are about the CHIJUBBN LOST IN as Senator who called on him this mornios and told him he stories of railroads and newcomi at Chamberlain were entirely on wrong he had received private advices that there were only five men them besides the regular Taehonaeoosamitteetw to day decided to report favorably the bin tor the admission at the territory of Wy oming ac a Postmasters in Charles City HeaU Sanbon Avoca W Hew Hunte Xaeie Hortia JMfcote MUST PROP A CBfflCli IUICIDKE 9 THE 8RD1HI it DEB The Democrats Placed IB ae UaeftviB ble Light by Their Refuel to Ac cept the Proposi tion far a THX HAWKBYX 1 Das The by their rejection of le republican which was lentica with the one submitted by hem to the republicans with the terms have placed themselves in an unenviable They have always contended that all they wanted was a air compromise and one which gave either side any This was the stand assumed when they asked for give and take proposition from the On the in the houne and in the conference committee their great cry has been no advan tage on the other and they have contended their propositions were made rith this in The republicans now lave given them a chance to show their land and by sending back the proposi ion reversed only as to the two sides have gained a big as the dem crats by rejecting the same now stand n the position of By jf using to accept the same terms they ffered the republicans they give the mpresaion they are not acting f the proposition made was fair and im ortiol they had no good grounds o refuse the acceptance themselves when a opportunity for such action wan of ered In the caucus but three otedto accept the republican propoai Tocight they are beginning to jalize the ridiculous position they have lacad themselves in and a strong pres ure is being brought to bsar upon them o reconsider the action at their caucus omorrow and indications oint to an extremely hot and interesting ime in the said The opposition o the republican proposition seems to ome from friends of the candidates for Both sides feel as if negotia ons have about reached the end f the string and something must drop Many republicans advocate both ides and have the governor all a special election and thus bring the matter to a vote of the The amocrats do not show any willingness to take this as they feel certain f defeat in such a especially un er the present circumstances and con There is great fear also in their acks that some one of their number may go back on the caucus and act with he republicans on the election of speak r and thus break the Every emocrat and independent is being watched and everything poesi le is being done to prevent any such The republicans are receiving congra ulations on their skilful management nd on the turn matters have eaving them on top and ia the best posi ion in the eyes of ths people of the irrespective of Indications oint to a break THB HOUSE BlBCBlBT ArrBT Ol FBtalltlW BI Perrys esidence was burned and a aby six months old was so badly corched that its feet and hands dropped ff before death come to its The ther children were burned but will residence of Hiver Benway at Central thirteen miles from was destroyed by fire onday Benways mother s missing and is supposed to have been een The two children of nd Benway were seriously ut rescued with ouryearold son of Charles ell into a vat of hot grease yesterday nd was so badly scalded that he died nis BAT de troyed the house of John five miles from this last duricg he temporary absence of the nd an infant was burned to a Metevia is a raving maniac this NEW was dis covered in the Roman Catholic orphan asylum this The ome 414 in were got out of the building with The damage was by Reports from luislaw state that a number of people were driven from their homes by the re cent floods and considerable property de A man name Turner was The loss to Lsne county is estimated at A landslide oc urred on the mountain side above STUB aw river last burying the resi dence of killing indrews and her daughter and littla Lndrews and an older son were thrown nto the and after floating 01 ebria all night were picked up severs miles below in an almost dying of BB xxeumoB TTBIB A cot ision occurred this morning on the Ala lama and Great Southern near between s special excursion carrying over a thousand paseen and an accommodation ngineer Doolittle was instantly killed and some ten or fifteen persons on tee accommodation badly but it is thought none Kone of the pas sengers on the excursion which was en route to New are re ported They were from Chicago ind point in Ohio and An important They acton he stomach and bowels through A sew They bad tor the A sew The pufiffly suit bad tor and Splen lid for women and VBMM OBBWBBJ U Ba I BIBB I 80 doses for K Samples free at Wittes drag worlds fair bffl received Mother setback today Re senate coeferencje roimnlttim n ported t disagreement and new mittM was An are entitled to the best that money wffl to every family shceM at i bottle of the beat faiafly Byrap otURloeleaneB thesys costive or For sate in botUse by ett leading droc fcbyapas tree HOT BC1O who preached a strong antiprohibition sermon in the Episcopal church here has written aa open letter toa correspondent who asks what he would do if he had a son who was mined by the He says that the way to save a boy is by teaching him abits of selfcontrol in He adds A youth trained up in that way in slight danger of the or the ambling or the the or the Any onest sun who win examine hia own eart must admit that the sin of lust r impunity i doing X thousandfold ore rain to boys and girls both than le He says the saloon evil should be con soiled in the wisest way Since reaching the sermon referred to he says s position has been endorsed by the of and the formerly of ho has accepted a call to a Congrepa onal ehurch in Special to court decisions r from OBrien affirmed Louisa affirmed Jasper reversed Lyon firmed Lemars Plymouth reversed ood Union coun affirmed State appal Buchanan reversed annet Ahaska reversed on and affirmed on defendants ity of Chi Rock Island and Pacific uscatine reversed Merchants nion Barbed Wire Bock Island and Pacific ailway Folk affirmed versole Sac Mystery at peclal to Tmt body of the man found mangled on the railroad ack in thin city last night proves to be lat of a of Des There is a mystery about the At ne time the deceased was a bookkeeper the office of the Des Moines pedal to of Des the man who run over and killed by a Bock Isl nd train last was a well known Mason and was deputy post aster of Des Moines under Colonel territt about three years The ac identhad no butthe position f the body and the surrounding circum tances point strongly to The ody was lying outside the face and almost tTraal XTwlMB BBl JOIIBK l TM DES aucus this morning rejected the demo ratio proposition of yesterday and de ided for the present at least to standby he proposition as made last It s not yet decided when another propo itiou will be formulated or what the ature will but the general opinion mong the republicans is that they will opn get together and formulate some hing which the democrats will be bound o There was a little talk among the mem jers this morning in regard to the anti jrohibition movement among ropubli ana which a number men now here rom different parts of the state are try eg to put into definite The movers in the matter are Cummins f Des who was a representative n the last of owa of and All there men are but they never have jeen so their action can be regarded as a bolt from the hey have thus with exception of submitted to the will of the majority of the party and not tried to make any great movement against pro It seems to be the opinion among them now that in view of the way hings went in the last election it is now heir time to work and see if they can Sect anything in the way in which their ipinions They can rest assured of me that the present egulature will not do anything against he present It is an absolute fact hat fiftytwo members of the house are or and as the senate has a majority the same way here is no prospect that an antiprohibi tion league of such as they iropose will nave any eSect n influencing legislation on the liquor As matters stand nothing can be done either and if a movement of the character planned is t will have to fight against the already aroused movement working for the re tention of the prohibitory There was nothing new in the session f the house this Voting be gan with the ninetieth which stood Hamilton Wilson After another ballot from the com mittee on presented his which was This will be certi fied to the auditor of and after if that ever does the members can legally draw their pay for mileage and later will get an installment on their After the ninetysecond allot had been taken the house ad ourned till having been in session mly half an The crowd of specta ors in attendance was quite aw they went away quite but not any more so than A demo cratic canvass was called to meet at The hcftse was called to order at and at once took recess tin The com mittee appointed to notify the senate of the temporary organization of the bouse performed its duty and reported back to file The republicans had a can cus before the session opened aad the democrats immediately At four eoausittw BO having reached any adjourned tin toi The of Labor this s labor Sect AloBtVaad Actiag Pbresaam Coflaof the jfr T af perhaps fatsBy injured thia after while attempting to lump on a moviag freight trainHis left arm was badly necessitating amputation at tht His recovery is doubt lAlHlflEtfAKWYOlIBlIKBWHO 4LBAW HAS i and a Daagkter of the the head lay Financial straits and usiness troubles are supposed to have disordered tie mans BI had another esperate fight with fire here Monday The roof of Postmaster Phil ips dry goods a onestory struct was discovered to be enveloped in moke and and before an organ ized effort could ba brought to bear up on it the fire was well under Bes men faced the fire with the en buckets and ladden and fought ke mad men until it was Had ne flames got beyond control the entire lusiness portion of our town would cer ainly have gone up in OiBeuv DES a meeting of the Grand Dodge today le following officers were elected rand master William Cedar Falls Marshall town Sioux City Cedar Falls Clinton Ittumwa H iurlington of Muscatine representatives to the su feme How and and Jpedal to TKI Kate one f the young girls who recently ran away com hnr hone to but was later ronght back by her was today ent by order of Judge Wilson to the girls state industrial school at Mitchell aindwi Special to THB Well developed ases of glanders has appeared among torses in this One animal has died and others will be killed by order of tate Mndered Chteagt are the Erring A Do eMed Sensation in NEW Douglass Green of the firm of Green bankers and has withdrawn from the firm and is now on board the steamer Lalm on his way to South Anthen with the daughter of the murdered Chicago millionaire to whom he was married at Old Vir February despite the fact that he had a wife living from whom he was not Greens relatives and friends and physicians are convinced that his mind is Through General Pryor they were about to take steps to have him placed under restraint and it is alleged he fled to avoid His withdrawal from the firm was Bateman and the other partners insisting Mon day last he should either disprove the truth of the reports regarding his con nection with McCrea or sever his connection with them at He chose the latter It was learned from Bateman today that he first heard about a month ago several rumors concerning the relations alleged to be existing be tween Green and McCrea and told Green he must either put a atop to the scandal or withdraw from the Green assured him there was no truth in the At the same time he promised he would see Mc Crea no After learning of the marriage Bateman told Green he must either disprove it or withdraw from the Green sat down and wrote a with Green seemed to regard the whole matter of a bigamous marriage as a joke and did not seem capable of realizing the serious nature of the posi tion in which he had placed Green is about thirtysix years dark and He is a native of His father was the late Charles a wealthy southern capi talist of His broth ers are members of the firm of Charles Sons of New Orleans and other southern cities His Gilbert in president of the New Orleans Cotton His mother lives now In Baltimore and ia noted for her exten sive Douglass Green came to this city ten years ago and nine years became a membra of the firm of Green Eleven years ago he married Miss a neice of Governor of Kow and they have two a girl ten and a boy six years Until about a year ago no happier family could be About a year ago Green fell on the icy sidewalk and severely injured his His friends believe since then his mind has been Before then he was devoted to his wife and but soon after manifested aversion for About a yesr ago Green and her children went to Europe and re mained there until August On their return they went to where they have since lived with Greens Mrs Alice McCrea is a daughter of Millionaire Amos who was mur dered in his home in in Febru it is believed by young She married Wilev 8 member of the firm of McCrea of but the marriage proved and a year ago last October she secured a divorce on the ground of For the past two years she has lived in this She was fond of gay dressed fashion drove a stylish turnout in the park ana kept two French It is said she became acquainted with Green lost fall and their intimacy soon became the subject of About a month ago she urged him to go with her to his wife in Savannah to tell her he did not love but that he did love and to ask his wife to consent to a di Green refused to do this and she became much The next morn ing at four accompanied by one of her she obtained entrance to tkis apartments drawing a threatened to kill him if he did not do as she Green escaped from the in furiated woman by running down the bock stairs and getting out of the build A A YOBBB CUewo MSB akooM Hto degree and eleven others guilty of Ban Five of the men wen found not Aa tothe killing of Wflliam Shea an of are de clared not The body of 8hat has never been M BIB a recess fat the trial of William Mayne on a charg of assault with intent to com mit Bertha the prosecuting shot Mayne three inflicting probably fatal The woman was Cane was hung in the jail yard here thia morning for the murder of his wife last BlTtBtFT Central Music nail tonight three thousand people cele brated the birthday of Abraham Lin Lincoln council of the National Union conducted the Honorable Johs of was the orator of the evening His ad dress was received with great ap He in part The state of Illinois contributed to the cdstory of the nineteenth century its two most illustrious one the greatest captain of modern the other that of the statesman and pa triot whose birthday we now com The name of Abraham Lincoln should be revered and honored wherever liberty is dear to The speaker said he was a believ er in Gods which had raised up a leader in every time of a peoples exceeding The rail splitter of Illinois became president in the darkest hour of the nations His actions amazed the politicians he offended the leaders of his but the people loved him and followed him AT NEW NEW republican club atDelmonicps to commemor ated the 81st anniversary of the birthday at Abraham AT 13 Lincoln ban under the auspices of the Ohio re publican occurred tonight and was largely attended by distinguished republicans from Ohio and other CoajuU M Io ud Urn The city council and the Milwaukee 8t Paul railway waa at The trouble has been brewing for over a The city ordered that certain streets crossed by the road be The road officials enjoined the contrac tor and asked for more time in which tu comply the This was and after several months de lay the injunction was The contractor was ordered to complete the The city solicitor has been instructed to prepare an ordinance re pelling the law granting the road its right of way through the city The ordinence will be reported in one and uolesa s compromise is ef fected a sharp warfare will WILL ANNOUNCE A KANSAS The Alton will announce a reduction in the rates on sheep from the Missouri river to Chicago from 28 to THE SON OF CQUSt BE PARIS It TWO YEAB ffl FEBBft Scenes Dories the Shouts of Lcms Live the and LoBg Live the eral ForeigB Dae son of the Count and Countess of arrested last week on a charge of violat ing the law exiling from France all pre tenders to the French was today adjudged guilty and sentenced to two years imprisonment The court was crowded with spectators who had gathered to watch the When the prisoner was arranged the crowd broke out with loud cries for the the Duke of Orleans and the re They became so demonstrative that gen de arrnea were compelled to clear the Before judgment wee announced the Duke addressed the court in hia own He said I came to Franca to serve aa a common 1 have nothing to do with which only concerns my whose obedient son and faithful servant I I know that entering France I rendered myself liable to the but that knowl edge did not stop I love my coun try and wish to serve I am guilty cf no During the hearing in court Orleans naked his counsel not to defend If condemned by the court he was sure of acquittal at the bands of two hundred thousand conscripts of his class who were able to serve their After the sentence was pronounced thousands of persons invaded the advocates robing of them were monarchists and shouted Long live tho Duke of Their shouts were met with counter cries of Down with the Duke of Long live the After vent ing their feelings here for a the crowd shouted To the statue Let us crown Henry IV I1 The made twentyfive HEARS 07 THK ARREST OF HIS Count with the Duke d is apas senger on a Spanish mail steamer bound for Vera arrived at Porto Bico to where he received the intelligence cf the arrest of his the Duke d Or FOSKIfttf CEDAB Day was arrested Monday night the trength of a message from Iowa le had been representing himself as a collector for the Des Moines IOWA JN Soon TO BE It is said that Late the Moiugonion bridge is soon to be married to a Mar halltown young A BOAD The railroad com missioners have raised the road from class C to class decreasing their rates fifteen per cent The order takes effect March THBBAXKHXD TO KILL His charged with threatening to kill his wife at wat discharged on payment of The parties settled heir differences and agreed to live peaceably An OLD of South Keokuk has a clock with a It was brought to his country by Wengers great grandfather in aad had been in the amQy many years in he old and is supposed to have been made some time between 1600 and The clock made of and a solid silver VALUABLE APPLE E a farmer living near had last trees fifty yean of loaded with aa enormous crop of finest qualities of winter The fruit grown OB these aged trees ia of the finest the apples being sound and of rich red and gold This is a case thirteenth biennial congress of the National Trot ting association was convened this after noon by President of Lexing 1he number of persons horses remaining under penalty on December according to the secretarys re port is as follows Persons suspended persons expelled hornea sus pended horses expelled 128 total a decrease is the aggregate of Tho report of Treasurer Powers shows a balance on hand from January of The following officers were elected of Lexington first vice David of New York second vice of San New York wag selected as the place of meeting in Vouuu aoam at to H camps of 8ona of Veterans of Hancock county met here this evening and formed a county Addresses were made by of and Captain of A social session followed with suitable Flags hung from the post hall today in honor of Lincolns Hattie member of the choir of Moodys was shot twice tonight and seriously wounded by Robert a member of the Moody congregation and Henderson then suici The affair took place in hia apart Henderson is a married his wife and children being at Niagara He has been living here apart from them for three Drink is his besetting He has been reformed several times by the Moody Miss Hinde has been prom minent in the work and has been in the habit of going to his room and singing occasion of going to Tonight was an of his after a Miss Hinde rebuked him severe ly and said she had about lost faith in Henderson seized the weapon and the shooting It is understood Henderson was intending to procure a divorce and marry Miss Jary Bribro OB CHICAGO the case of the men indicted for attempting to bribe the Cronin jury was called this morning before Judge the four re maining defendants plead The court called them up and told them what they were liable to in case he enforced the full penalty of the out that he would hear the evidence to determine what mitigating or aggravating tircum stances there The work of select ing a jury Public interest in the case has greatly lessened since the flight of who is supposed to have been near the head of the apeolal to THB 12 Febru ary meeting of the Warsaw Horticultural society was held in the city hail Several valuable papers were read on horticultural and the attendance was The outlook for craps and fruit is thought to be CBBMUBH the parlia ment yesterday the leader of the introduced a message ia favor of the duty on American corn imported into Canada for the use of the After considerable debate it was AS JtarnMt Special to THI DALIES Carr of the Christian church ii holding a series of meetings They have commenced a church building and it will be ready for occupancy in a ahort The minieter works on the building in the daytime and preaches at night Courtships average three tons of coal and scores of bad coughs and colds but then every prudent gallant is pro vided with a bottle of Bulls Cough which only costs 25 All our city fathers say Uae Salva tion the greatest cure on earth for Price 25 enormous crowtf assembled Tuesday in the palace Dom Pedro and republican orators endeavored to harangue various But the police and calvary charged the which was dispersed of cer some Twentyeight persons were It is a month since the English ultimatum was presenter to the Portuguese govern ment and since Portugal immediately ac cepted Tha demonstration was in tended aa a celebration of the desperate objections to The shops are now par tially closed and tho streets are patrolled by smothered for the is The muni cipal guards of both Lisbon and Oporto are to ba increased and THE ANGLE rORTUOBBSB the commons to day the under secretary for the foreign office stated that the papers concerning the AngloPortuguese dispute relative to the territory in southeast Africa would soon be presented to The relations between the British and Portu guese government he said are The address in reply to the queens speech was moved in the commons thia afternoon by Thomas Boyden and sec onded by Lord Gladstone sooke during the debate on the re gird to the AngloPortuguese he regmUed that any conflict had but the present matter was the cause for action and it was better that the action should be referring to congratulated the government noon arrangements It was a good example of what could be done by a temperate resort to pacific Touching Ireland he denied the pros perity and order which prevail there were due to The state of affairs existing there arose chiefly from improved agricultural condition of the He hoped the local govern ment measure would be conceived in a liberal If the proposals of the bill were niggardly the effect would be to pioduce new materials for medita a conservative said the Irish local government bill was drawn on the lines of existing legislation in England and Scotland with special adaption to the varying conditions of He quite sure the bill would not be found too IARHELL IS In the memorable debate lost night IB the house of commons up ia his best fighting No low pitched tones indicating physical weak ness no hesitating but fluent resonant and all the art of the orator was brought to bear to make the address It was certainly a re markable exhibition for even to skilled ft Secretary Balfcur surprised everybody and in attacking he de nounced forging and producing Pigott Miss Laura JTe r tte of old treas bearing year ia and year out that few itatei can itaie board of educatioaalaxassraers asm arranged a Bet of dates tad places for holding exasftinatkms during the coating year as foflowi Jit Monday 3 the indicted Chicago boodlsn whether they have been escaped or compro mised were sued today by the county dasaagea in The defendants are thirteen in The county attorney says the suit is brought because there was clearly a conspiracy OB the part of the defendants by which the countywa injured to the amount The salt ia a disageeeable sur a highly respected lady of this was adjudged insane at Carthage yesterday and taken to She had been ill from la sadly blotches that it was die cf A friend became so and would recommended Ayef s which she and was completely She is now one of the fairest of the prise to the majority of whom finished their tens biJoUet prison a few days senate by a strict party passed the congress redistrfcting Should the bill become a five of the six con gressional districts of tail state are it sorely Mo Mbto without a ftotU of An ldd IBBOWBBl BOTranor aooBIBr letters af an infamous procedure members could scarcely draw out of astonishment Parnell was received in profomd bat every word in his slowly de incisive sentences the ett aax coming when the speaker accused the party opposite of still haxboririf doubts regarding the authenticity of the He moved the addition of the angle word forged to the government amend a motion that brought leader Smith to hia He was compelled to admit for himself aid party that Parnell had proved the letters aa admis sion that must have ia FamelTe for the many and the long months of persistent obloquy hehed suffered at the hands of SmtthB po litical BAB iteaaur Gaelic which arrived fete last eveaiaf from Hong Kong and Yokohama brings advices of an eruption of Mount Zoo im Japan on Janunry which caused de struction to property aggregating three and a half millions of life is recorded lost to He HA FOOBTAIX fiBBXnv r W the HercfesmVs Lou and Trust guiirmaH u decided to bring before the SpaaiiaV courts of justice the revenue who escaped to In the chamber of deputies the tor of trade presented the Porto which aathotbsd the goyefm ment to issue far the conversion or   

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