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   Burlington Hawk-Eye (Newspaper) - February 14, 1890, Burlington, Iowa                                THE BURLINGTON ESTABLISHED FREDAY PEBRUAKY 15 Cams TEL BEPOBLICAKS REEUSE TO BREAK THE DEADLOCK BY Democratic Are Placed in a Bad LightTile Work of tlie Matter of TUB HAWKBYB V DIE The expected break of the deadlock did not as seemed almost in owing to the character and kind of influence which was being brought to bear on the democrats to have them accept the republicans proposi The democrats took enough time to consider the matter and when the was called to order this afternoon the motion made by Holbrook was vir tnally nothing else than a feeler aa to dont yon think our scheme of getting j democratic fanners to send in Formers Alliance petitions against Allison ii a 1 good one You see the members of the legislature dont know who the signers are and they are getting terribly scared at having so many of them coming It is a great scheme and we are going to work it for all it is worth As toon Poyncer got a chance he informed the gen tleman that he was not that he was a republican and thought there must bo some as a republican was not generally made the repository of democratic The democratic brother looked dumbfounded and then suddenly The democrats were in caucus all The work of the leaders among the members last night was pro DP HIS iMDil TO THE I the republican on the lottery i After Botchkiss had over ruled the resolution all the democrats were boiling over with madness and on reassembling in the caucus room the hot heads carried the day and the proposition was The dem ocratic conference committee after adjournment then submitted another virtually the same as the resolution of providing for a settlement of the deadlock by The part of said proposition IE brief ly as f ollowE A continuous session of the house for more than one month has de veloped the fact that there exists a tie on the juoation of organization the numerous propositions and counter propositions which have been nubmitted utid etUablich thn fact ihst noithor parly will yield thj ppeakerflhip wiHTCdH ibA raeUiud provided for deciding iMTtJonR where tliere is a tie in by rirHwinf or casUiu and wheroas legibleUB s being eerionoly de layed anr ih inlorobls of the state rc to lie brought to a spiudy tnd honorable Hdjuitment there tore vho democratic and independent members offer und propone to divide the offices and positions of the house into two parts follows speaker and onethird of the minor offices and posi tions below the epaaker and first ciaim of the standing committees with the privelestc of choosing two on the other Tim buttery was to be managed by a commiUuo appointed for that pur The republicans did not believe in gambling on the matter of be lieving tneir proposition fair and refused the above without any debate unani What will uevulope now is hard to The democrats are losing ground rapidly and stand in an unenvi able Their party managers are disheartened and while they endeavor to put on a bold front it is evident all is not happy All advantages ure now on tbe republican Under the cir cumstances and the turn matters have taken today it would cause no great sur prise to those who have impartially watched the proceedings to see the re publicans organize the house in the course of the The matter of pay is still vexing the Auditor by his com munication today showed he was un willing to take any risks and will not pay mileage nor salaries on the certifi cate of temporary In his message he quotes the law quite fully to sustain himself in his The are not con tent with his opinion and thence have called on Attorney General 8loco to give a written opinion on the There was no discussion of the matter at all It wan shown several days ago that the law re quired the certificates to be furnished the auditor thirty days after the convening ofthe legislature and this has been What the attorney general will do in the matter is hard to but the members will not rust until they have it definitely settled BPKAKKK HOTCHKISS ALL BIGHT It was plainly demonstrated today that though there is a democrat in the that party does not have complete control over the Eol when he presented his proposi tion calling for the sctUingfof the dead lock by drawing of that Hotchkiss would rule in his favor if any question of order was Luke objected to the consderation of the proposition nn the ground that it was not one of the matters provided for in the whereby a temporary organization had been Hol brook contended that this had a direct connection with the matter in hand but HotchkisB sustained the objection of Luke and ruled the proposition out of After adjournment HoichMsB received bitter denunciation from the democratic but it will do no good to go for He will rule as he thinks no matter what the party may dnctive of some and although nothing could be learned as to the inside workings of the it is well known that matters were considered very seri ously and The statement made this morning that Senator Allison has been telegraphed for and that his supporters are in need of his and that his interests are endangered is without any foundation whatever and proves to be nothing but a democratic There is no trouble whatever in the Allison camp and the 78 republicans in the legislature are more It is Chiefly Deroted to State lagtlta Farors the Prohibition Policy and Vindicates the Baa road LawOther DBS Lar rabee unexpectedly sent his biennial PtnQUiM Atumpl to uu Al 4peolal DKS 13 the re L of the delegates from the Marshall i convention of the Fanners Alii nee and Knights of Labor some light i bean shed upon the actions of that On the first day there were over Be hundred delegates in at this time a resolution condemning Allison was but could not be The convention was com posed of both democrats and with a spi inkling of union labor It was a noticeable fact that the men de manding the defeat of Allison were not not one of that faith advo cating such a The anti Allison party was not a majority in the fall When the resolution was adopted yesterday there were only thirtyeight delegates in the less half the whole and the resolution passed by a tare Senator the democratic senator from Jasper upto the meeting yesterday for the purpose of engineering that res olution He waited until the of opponents was reduced suf ficiently and then carried his Gveneome of the union labor men were down on it men as Calamity Wei for Many not favoring the nsolution and not caring to be noted M voting against left the hall to avoid responsibility in that The labor men were nnwilliw to favor measure because they have tome they desire to get through the legislature this and such action will not have a wry powerful the firmly his friends today than at any time since the session There must have been some interesting scenes in the democratic It held continuously from to twelve and met again at Just before time for being called to order in the house they filed in and there was a rush at once to find out what had been The uni form answer was We have reached no and the matter is still open for From what was said by members the sides for and against the adoption of the proposition were very evenly so much so that each were afraid to take a ballot before din and after dinner the discus sion precipitated prevented any vote being The sides arrayed for and against are about as we have stated be fore the supporters of Hamilton stand inc for rejecting the and the others strongly favoring Shortly be Tore time for caucus this Kficrno ii was noticed that of iade remained ia hia after the rest of the deniocraic had de Boon E wart came anr bfttr consultation with Bmith both went into the caucus This is rather signifi cant inasmuch at Ewart remained out of the democratic caucus a couple of days Matters assumed a vary businesslike appearance in the house this A letter from Secretary Tracy thanking the members for their was read and made a part of the The Bovernors message was received and and a communication read from the state saying he would not issue warrants for mileage of members or pay of employes or certificate of the tempo rary Only three pairs were an nounced and then the roll was called as usual to verify AUTOCRAT JIM Almoit Under Thumb of Ike Political PBS Jim Weaver has bobbed up again in Iowa politics and is taking much more than a neighborly interest in the He is more than usually and to their being conversant with thaw exenotat all exercised over rand have no lean of i when it i i to says that the democrats should never yield the speakership to the republicans and that any kind of compromise which gave that position to the republicans should never be thought of Ho could control the he and they might safely be depended upon to stay here till next winter before they would vote for any other than a democrat for the permanent presiding officer of General Weaver knows several things about politics which he turns to the ad vantage of General Weaver at every op He knows that he can never ex pect anything from the and he is also aware that he has been looked upon with disfavor by the democrats when the session and it became understood that Brother Ewart was believed by the republicans to have certain leanings towards General Weaver camped with the gentle man from Poweshiek county and dra gooned him into the support of the dem He told him not to do any busi ness whatever with the republicans un less they gave him the This was a concession that General Weaver knew the republicans would never but he got B warts ideas so exalted that he was easily held in leading strings by the By thus exercising his power General Weaver put himself on better terms with the Last when every including many of the leading members on the democratic begau to talk about a compromise which should give the republicans the General Weaver loomed up He said that he had been delivering speeches to the farmers in different parts of the and he claimed that the democrats were gaining by the prolongation of the and that they must They need give themselves no he about the independents he would see that they staid just as long and voted just as often for the democratic candi date for speaker as the most pronounced In a short time the effects of General Weavers lectures began to be for every one of the dem ocrats took up the refrain and would hear of nothing except a democratic la all of this can be seen the additional backbone imparted by the presence of General and he is today looming up as the autocrat of Iowa Bboottas Special to IBM shooting affray occurred last night at Capens school A crowd of people as sembled there to attend a literary so ciety and the school directors ordered that the house should not be opened be cause a previous meeting had not been They got to and in the midst of the strife a number of shots were Preston Hagavecunp was shot in the the ban coming out at the The wound is but not necessarily xbrMUac Cofferin was arrested here today for selling intoxicating liquors contrary to The warrant was ftiedlait but Cofferin left the He returned recently and when recognized wai taken into convicted and aentenoed to the county jail on the old Dm The executive committee of the Iowa atate republican leaguemethere Wedneedav to conaider the matter of Bonding delegate to the national It was decided to send and they will be selected meeting to at a to be held OBDAB Grand Consistory of Iowa to daf withdrew the auitatajMt the Grand Lodfe of Iowa new amt to by the message to the legislature It is unusually filling about ten and a large part is devoted to a review of the different state institutions with recommendations as to their The governor favors municipal suffrage for women and the main features of the Australian ballot He declares for the revision of the and on this point says Through trusts and combina tions the prices of many of the neces saries of life are greatly increased to the undoubted disadvantage of the farmers who do not receive just equiva lent in exchange for It is clear this evil is aggravated by incon gruities of the present tariff and tariff revision should be no longer The accumulation of funds in the nation al treasury is a fruitful source of many evils and cannot be defen ded on any sound principle of political The History of our country and the most powerful argument in favor of the protection of our industries and the wise and patriotic policy will oppose every effort to de grade American Yet while the protection features of the tariff should be carefully undue protec tion should not be given any The duties on tea and coffee long since disappeared and those on rice and other necessities should be removed before the internal revenue tax on luxua ies are A large part of the messaee is devoted the The governor thinks time has proven the wisdom of the rnil road laws passed two years He makes some radical recommendations for further railway legislation and on this point says The commissioners should ba authorized to make joint There seems to ba at present no necessity for the enactment of a maximum tariff yet contingencies mav arise which would make such statute Pas senger fare on firstclass roads Ehoule be reduced to two cents per Experi ence here and in Europe show a low rate is the most The practice of profusely distributing passes has been but free transportation is still furnished under various pretexts to favorite individuals and even to public officials contrary to Sufficient penal ties should be provided to prevent this No pass is offered to a public officer at the present time without an improper Officials who have to deal with questions arising between the people and tne railroad com panies will be held in distrust as long as they continue to accept favors of this All corporations for pecuniary profit should be required to report annu ally the names of their stockholders and amounts of their assets and Such corpor ations as telegraph and tele phone companies should also be required to report what aalaries were paid their officers and and the railroad companies should be compelled to make their reports in such manner as may be required by the Publicity in corporate transactions is un favorable to the development of Rates should not be increased or train service diminished without approval of the commisioners who should also be vested with authority to examine into the business of the com panies and for this purpose to summon persons and call for books and Such requirements are neces sary to prevent abuses and enable the commissioners to discharge intelligently their That it is the duty of the boards of railway commissioneri to pro tect the interests of the people and that is the very object for which they have been called into have been asserted by the interstate commerce com miuion and other high Se cret contracts and subsidizing should not be nor should the companies or ther managing officers be allowed to be engaged in coal meat packing or any similar business without the permission of the When the railroad companies have entirely abandoned the practice of en gagine in branches of business foreign to their as well as such ovations of law as over billing and there will be an equal contest for all in the arena of legitimate enter A law should be enacted prohibiting the running of anr but necessary trains on the He urges the adoption appliances to investi gate the dangers to trainmen in coupling railroads should give more attention to the improvement of abolishing old wooden The governor severely scores the railroad trust and all the combinations of that nature The he were called into bsing by the people to pro mote the common acd the state can not tolerate Jthe usurpation of power nor conspiracy on the part of its crea Prohibition is discussed at great The governor argues for the retention of the law and thinks it has proved quite lake There are sixty en many of whom are becoming anxious at the Yettetda afternoon a party of five walked ashore from the making the journey ia three Another party of five shortly after and it was thought they were lost but they reached shore in safety this lows Special to THJ CourtDuncan from Taylor reversed from Lina reversed Water Power Company from Tami affirmed Taylor County from Union The court formally overruled the mo tion for a rehearing in the case of Mus convicted of connection with the Haddock and the judgment o the lower court is The de fendant will now have to go to prison unless pardoned by the which is not ITmttem IB of the Pacific Express has received a telegram that Wal the clerk who stole of the companys money at re has been traced to Ful ler says if it can be proved that Walton carried any part of the stolen money into Canada he can be tried there for grand NEW halfpast eight this morning the Chicago contin gent to the saengerfest arrived on the QueeT and Cresent having been de layed by an accident at Ala Only three of the excnrsonsists were injured but their wounds are not of a serious The engineer of the train was the only person A 820 this morning the boiler of a construction train locomotive exploded while near Douglas station on the Me Keeaport and Toughoigheny railroad thirty miles south cf Charles Jen a and a trainman named were killed three other trainmen badly An AiKaniu daughter of a highly respected was found dead last night near her parents residence with her body full of buckshot and a short distance further on the decapitated re mains of George employed as a laborer by was Noth ing is known as to the perpetrators of the Defaulter report is in general circulation today that the man ager here of the European steamship who recently sailed for is a de faulter to a large It is also said took with him a woman not his wife and that his wife is almost insane over the A from different parts of Texas state that an un precedented snow storm has prevailed over a and that the snow now lies on the ground from two to fourteen inches Grain crops will be great ly w forks Fair the as sembly this morning the report that the conference committee on the worlds fair bill had failed to agree was pre sented and it was agreed to appoint a new goods packers today perfected an organization with of Resolutions were adopted opposing an increase in the tariff on tin HAD BEEN TO Her The IIUMBM large brick and stone building at the corner of Adams and Market owned by the dry goods house of FarweU caught fire early this morning and before the flames could be quenched the south ern half of it was This portion of the bonding was occupied by Taylor dealers in hats and and Work dealers in clothing and uni The heavy fire wall that runs through the middle of the structure pre vented the spread of the flames to the northern half of the which is fined with the heavy wholesale stock of Farwen A A careful estimate of the lam made after the fire was under places the total damage at of which Werk lose K35 Taylor and Farwefl on the bund One of the firemen re ceived in juries by fatting from a ladder which are nought wifl prove Three otter men also received bnt not of such serious characterIt la vet a mystery how the fire The Hy heavy om the firms owiaf to the coming WM of It ud to Dliplar Letriston I have a friend who doesnt go to church but sends his wife reg I dined with him last and he took advantage of the circum stances to display her devotional tenden cies before What was the Sue he something somewhere in gener ations Ive forgotten the chapter and Hughes sat right in front of me wearing the worst looking bonnet I ever saw on a womans How did you like the new minister hes simply superb And Kate Selwin was there in a sealskin that never cost a cent less than 8100 Did he say an ything about the new mission fund No and the Jones girls were rigged out in their old silks made You would have died laughing to have teen seems to me you didnt hear much of the The fact the new minister has a lovely voice it almost put me to is the spring for which aQ had Hot lam than two tve win he oat of MACOTAW llThe A long silence during which George absently helped me to pickles and while his wife sat looking as demure as a saint at a Sud denly she exclaimed There I knew Id forgot to tell you something The fringe on Browns cape is an inch deeper than and twice as heavy My friend changed the conversation to the hut new If you want to feel well and vigorous and able to pat vim into every take an occasional dole of Price only 25 cents a For and other diseases of always use Bulls Baby A perfectly safe and reliable TkutkfBl They have a Thanksgiving day dowa in the Cherokee and the follow ing is the preamble to the proclamation issued by Chief Mayes As our fore when nature children in pur suit of around the council fire in simplicity did give praise and thanks to the Great Spirit in their yearly mystic great corn dance for the return of his great gift to themthe Indian corn today as a Christian nation of it is but meet that the Cherokee people should give thanks to the Chris tian God for hi continued protection to crar tribe in the enjoyment of their gov ernment and and that though the many trials we had to pass he has continued to bless our It is bu proper that as a should pause and give thaahs to God that we have baaa permitted to Hvaia the anjoy mut of thttHfiaad the peace and pros aRonadaast parity that suRoaads the bills reported from committees ant placed on the calendar were two for the establishment and maintenance of industrial schools in Michigan and South The senate bin appropriating for a bunding in Ore wag The senate then re sumed consideration of the bttl to pro vide a temporary government for the ter ritory of the pending ques tion being Plumbs amendment to in ilnde No Mans Land within the new Vest again spoke in favor of the Reagan and Plumb also advocated the the latter saying the condition in which No Mans uand waa left was a scandal on the legis lation of the He expressed amazement that the committee on tern cries had set itself so strongly and so totally without reason against nis propo sition of Finally a vote was resulting nays thus ncluding No Mans Land within the ter ritory of Piumb also offered an amendment o attach the Cherokee outlet to Okla iflma for This was rejected after some in which the discussion of several days ago as to the reported threats of the commissioners negotiating with the Cherckees waa gone over Vest offered aa amendment pro libiting the legislative assembly from authorizing the issue of any script or evidence of debt for any pur pose except certificates for services ren After considerable debate Vest modified this by limiting the prohibition o bonds in aid of railroads and the imendment Some further ormal amendments were agreed to and tbe bill was In executive session of the senate the iommittee on foreign relations reported back the Russian treaty with an objectionable clause which specifically exempted from the ist of political the attempts upon he czar or any member of his The senate considered the Biitish reaty for an hour and a An ob ection was made by several senators to he clause by which extradition was rovided for persons charged with man and obtaining money under false After an executive session the senate hen THE OUH1 1FTEB 1EH6 AHMED TO ISCLBDE 19 IITS LAID PISSES THE Discussing the Bnles ia Iowa Patents aad PeattaasTie Worlds Fair MattertieBeral XHB motion of of the senate joint resolu ion waa passed unanimously congratu ating the people of the United States of irazil on the adoption of the republican orm of Consideration of the code rules were ben proceeded of from the com mittee on reported an amendment equiring that the titles of committee be entered in the jour nal and printed in the records Cannon also reported an amend ment to rule 15 relating to roll calls o provide that after roll call the speaker hall not entertain a request to record he vote or announce a pair unless the members name has been noted undfer clause which waa amended to provide that on a motion of any member or sug gestion of the the names of nembera sufficient to make a quorum in he home who do not vote shall be noted y the clerk and recorded in the The amendment was Cannon also reported an amend ment providing that executive communi ations and senate bills may be referred y the speaker to the appropriate com mittees without being submitted tothe After a brief democratic protest he amendment was Crisp offered an amendment to the rule providing that no dilatory motion be ntertained by the adding the words but a demand for the yeas and nays shall not be considered After a brief discussion it was Crisp offered an amendment pro viding that the speaker shall not in any ase refuse to entertain an appeal from da decision lost The house then took ecess until THE Hairy a Fanz with Attorney General Killer an IOUT Tuesday and later made the following statement to a reporter I am a tinner and cornice maker by and on the 10th of December last I was employed on a building in liaaissippL At about seven oclock on the morning of the 10th I went np on the oof of the building to remove the can vas and rubbish preparatory to begin ning work for the and in doing so untied a rope which was attached to the not knowing that it was trung across the street and supported an effigy of Secretary At about leven oclock on that morning a man who had been employed laying floor on the second floor came up the ladder to the scuttle and caning a fel ow workman named Miller and said that lie was dis posed to befriend and ex plained that we bid unfastened a rope to which was hung an effigy of Sec retary and it was his advice that we should leave town before that or if the who were very aught us he they would tan us This was the first warning or ntimation which I had that I unfastened lie rope that had allowed the effigy to drop to the I told Miller that there was to be trouble if I remained would leave town that afternoon as soon as possible after I had received what was due me from my Fa talked the matter over until dinner when I went down the As was passing out of the bunding a man named Wfll whom I had known since I went to Aberdeen five weeks before aid regarded as a to one side jKd whether I had made the remark which had been attributed that no one could haag an effigy m that town whtte I remained thereTY answered ia the and told him that had not off the roof thereupon said to ma Ton ud struck me a tbaO ia that with a whip which blow in the face my I threw aad almost ctoe r a urewapmy kaaa 10 my ttrnek ma kadj safe to try to defend When he had become tired and quiet he told me that I must leave and right I ashed to be permitted to get my clothes and what wages were due To this ha consented and walked with me down to oar As we were passing along a man came np behind us and with a large hickory stick which he re peatedly thrust it towards at the same time shouting Get up make him ran out of McDonald interfered and told this man to stop that I was hurt enough and should be allowed to get my I got my things and went to my room on the opposite side of the street The crowd followed us to the shop where my things and the police soon after placed McDonald under arrest Later he was fined was A policeman and two or three gentlemen called at my room and said that the mayor of the town had told them that if I wanted to itay I could and he would protect The advised me to leave which I going to Mem McDonald and two or three others came to the station at half past eleven that night to see that I was not farther I understand that McDonalds ine wag paid by the people of the The day following my arrival in Mem his there was a funeral procession in lonpr of Jefferson fearing bodily I purchased a pair of gog gles to disguise Franz ia twentyfour years was born in Allen Indiana and j a WASHINGTON SEWS Two Fair BUIm to Favor ably subcom mittee on the worlds fair bill will re port to the foil committee recommending that two one the Jew Chicago and Louis com bined and the other the Wash ngton be favorably reported in the louse and that a ballot on question of the site be begun after the claims of he four cities have been The bills may be reported ELECTION OUTRAGES IK The attorney generals response to the ienate resolution asking information oncernitg the operatioas ol the circuit court for tne northern district of Florida was before the senate It consists mainly in letters from officials of the setting forth that it is im rassibly to enforce any process of the Jnited States in connection with elec ion cases as the deputies are risoners rescued and witnesses terror United States Attorney in a etter informs the attorneygeneral that supervisor of registration it Alschua pleaded guilty to wo indictments for refusal to register persons entitled to His iolations of the law were but n view of the confession of romises of no some irominent Stripling mpprtuned him not to press judgment against Saddler until in he meantime Saddler to be released on The purpose of this tee dis rict attorney is ultimately to have udgment finally He recom mends the arrangement be carried Philip chief supervisor of reg reports the facts in the Saddler case and adds I assure I put it mild when I inform you that over ten housand republican votes were thrown out after they were and that in ittle upward of seven hundred precincts n this state at least ten persons in every recinct were kept off the registration and thereby deprived of a right to In answer to Attorney Strip ings recommendation regarding Sad Attorney General on the ist of wrote It does not comport with my views of the ad ministration of law that one so evidently guilty of a grave crime should entirely escape I have submitted rour letter to the president who concurs n the views above INTERNATIONAL COPYKI8HT The house committee on by a unimous instructed the chairman f the subcommittee to make a favor able report of house bill interna ional copyright The bill allows oreign authors to take out a copyright n the United States on the same footing as providing that the type printing and binding ia done wholly within the United The iill is amended to conform with the npyright bill pending in the FOB THK BKMSF OP The president has authorized the ex lenditureof for of the iresent urgent needs of the Devils Lake ndians in North A measure is sending in congress appropriating XX additional for the subsistence of hese MBS Ellen of the today addressed tne house commit ee on alcoholic liquor traffic in favor of he passage of the bill introduced in the house by providing for a com mission on the subject of the alcoholic raffic and the bill introduced by rohibiting the transportation of intox cating liquors from any state or terri ory into any other state or territory contrary or in violation of the laws BELIE FOB THE BUFBBHE subcom mittee of the senate and house com nittees on judiciary today gave a hear ngto the committee of the American Bar association upon bills intended to give elief to the supreme court and to facili ate the administration of Tie bar committee agreed in favor of the establishment of an intermediate ap pellate court aa the beat means of afford ng relief to both the supreme court and and the inferior courts of the federal Daniel superintendent of ndian schools George N mar shal for the eastern district of A 8XSWCB The president confirms the sentence of court marshal in the case of Lieutenant olonel but mitigates it to sui wnsion from rank and duty on quarter lay for three POSTAL Among the appointments made by the president today were the following postmasters Jarfinville William Lena antes Waterloo Lewis Ferry Burns efferson William Wintenet i BULKY uwcavfHgkt American Fewspaper Publishers association to day adopted a favoring the internationa copyright bffl proposed and expressing sympathy with the efforts of authors to obtain fuller security for their literary AU are entitled to the best that their money wfll so every family should at a bottte of the bast family of FJfstocleanse the sys tem eoetrM or For sale in sad hotfiea by aU leadiac drag HE IEBBT OF THE PiiSELL CDBBSSIOM HESfflED W THE A Digest of Its ContentsIt Wffl he Acted OB In the Regalar Order May Other Foreign report of Judges Day and the special commiasioa appointed to investi gate the charges made by the Times against the Parnellite members of the commons was laid on the table in the house today by secretary of the state forborne The reports occupied one hundred and sixtytwo Each member of the house against whom the charges were made is treated The judges find that speeches made by many of the Par nellites were intended to bring about a separation of Ireland from England and that the speeches of the others in view of the state of the country were calculated to foment The greatest interest centres in the final conclusions which follow find the mem bers of parlament were not members of the having for its object the establishment of the absolute indepen dence of but find some of them together established and joined the land league with the intention py its means to bring about the absolute independence of Ireland as a separate SecondThe respondents did enter iato a conspiracy by a system of coer cion and intimidation to promote the Agrarian agitation against the payment of agricultural rents for the purpose of impoverishing and expelling from the country the Irish charge that after denounc ing certain crimes in public they after ward led the supporters to believe such denunciation was not is not es We entirely acquit Par nell and other respondents of the charge of insincerity ia their denunciation of the Phoenix Park and we find the fac simile letter upon which this charge was chiefly based against Parnell is a The respondents did dis siminate newspapers tending to incite sedition and the commission of other The respondents did not direct ly incite any persons to the commission of crime other than intimidation but they did incite to intimidation and the consequence was that crimes and outrages were committed by persons so As to the allegation that the respondents did nothing to prevent crims and expressed no bona flde disapproval cf some of the particular Michael express a bona flde disapproval of crime and out rage but the respondents did not de nounce the system of intimidation which led to crime and but persisted in this abstention of denunciation with a knowledge of its The respond ents defended tne persons charged with the agrarian crimes and sup ported their but it is not proved that they subscribed to the testimonials for or were intimately associated with notorious As to the allegation that the respondents made payments to compensate persons who had been injured in the commission of we find that they did make such Aa to the allegation that respondents invited the assistance and cooperation of and accepted sub scriptions of money from known advo cates of crime and the use of we find the respondents did invite the assistance and cooperation of and sub scriptions of money from Patrick known as an advocate of crime and dynamite but it has not been proved that the respondents knew that the ClannaGael controlled the Land League or was collecting money for the parliamentary but it had been proved the respondents in vited and obtained assistance and co operation of the physical force party in including the and in order to obtain that assistance abstained from repudiating or condemn ing the action of that Beside these there remain three spe cific charges against Parnell namely at the time of theEil mainham negotiations Parnell knew Sheridan and Boynton had been organ izing outrages and therefore wished to use them to put down the outrage not Parnell was in timate with leading Invinciblea that he probably learned from them what they were about when he was released on parole in April and that he recognized the Phoenix park murders as their handiwork we find there ia fno foundation for this and that the Invincibles were not a branch of the land Parnell by an opportune remittance enabled Byrne to escape from justice to France we find Farnell did not make any remittance to enable Byrne to escape from Regarding two special charges against Davitt that he waa a Fenian and assisted in the formation of the Laud League with money contributed for the purpose of outrage and crime that he was in close and intimate association with the party of violence in and waa mainly in strumental in bringing about an alliance of that party and the Parnellites in Am we flnu it proved that Davitt was a Fenian and received money from the skirmishing fund constituted for the purpose of This was how ever for tbe formation of a Land but for the promotion of the ayi tation leading np We that he was in such close and intimate ass ciation with the party of violence in and waa the man mainly in strumental in bringing about the alliance referred In the opening of the report the judges refer to the unprecedented character of the The history of the actions of the leaders of the Iriah party from 1877 is recorded the relations traced that existed between the founders of the land leaguer and the Fenians and Irish Referring to ft declares instances adduced before the commiaiion proved it constituted a sys tem of intimidation of a most severe and cruel The boycott is a combinafon illegal both in its objects and those adopted to carry ft out It waa SB en pervading tyranny for the purpose of injuring the landlords at a class and drive them out of the Tkb action of the league far exceeded the limits of Just force in the public opinion and created a wengrounded terror Sa the minds of those under it The commission comes to the eondnatoa that this was tbe intention of those f OBrien C Burn and Michael Under the charge of diaominating newspapers tending to incite to crime the report lays stress upon the fast that Parnell did not produce the report of any speech wherein he denounced he use of dynamite no denunciation by Farnell of the action of the physicial force party in Ireland or America hat been given in Parnell ad mitted that he was unable to that he by speech or found any fault with the Fenian organ The statistics of crime for 1881 and 1883 strongly corrob orate the statement that outrages fol lowed the establishment of the Land The agrarian crime raged ba Ireland the Leage agitation was at its A coincident decrease of crime with the inactivity of the League was equally When the League was suppressed in 1881 crime dropped from oaiea in to 870 cases in It wsa contended before the commiaaioa that the causes of crime were not due to the but to the chronic state of Ireland under the distress aggravated by Comparative statistics showed tbe dominant cause waa the league agita Durinxthe severediatresa of the years from 1849 to 1853 when families were the total crime was whereaa for the four years from 1879 to with families the total record of crimes was The commission rejects the suggestions that crime waa caused by se cret by compensation for the disturbance or that the decrease of crime after waa due to the arrears rent act and adds The question is not whether other causes can be sug gested the fact being that the increase from 1879 to though notexcluiively ascribed to agitation was mainly due to the action of the league and its founders and In the judgment of the the denunciations of crime quoted for the defence were of little because contemporareonsly with them the leaders and organizers were carrying on the agitation by means of speeches and conduct tending to encour age The sentiment in Ireland against aiding the police in the discovery of criminals was not confined to the ig norant but was shared by those from whose education juster views of duty should Proof had been given that the League and indiscriminately delayed the expense of the defense of persona charged with agrarian Knowledge that such assistance will in all cases be afforded must have an effect to encourage the persons so disposed to commit The same observation applies to the support of their Numerous boobs and which if produced might have thrown light upon the were not Generally we have not received from Parnell and the officers of the Land League the assissance we were entitled to expect in the investigation of the League The report proceeds to trace the course of the Leagues movements in America and its connection with the Touching the contradicting evidence of Le Caron and Parnell over the interview inthe corridor of the commons in the balance of the probabilities was ia favor of the accuracy of It was highly probable that Parnell would say to anyone whom he regarded a mem ber of the physical force party in Amer ica that an understanding ought to be brought about between that party and Parnell and supporters in the It is also probable Parnell would mention Devoy aa the person best able able to arrange such understanding for Devoy had been among the principal agents through whom the support of the Feniana had baen The pur pose of such an alliance may be but the desire of Parnell and Davitt that the parties of physical force and open political movement should act in harmony has been proved by Devoys corroborated by Le It ia not impossible that in con versing with the supposed revolutionist LeCaron Parnell expressed himself so as to leave the impression that he agreed with those favored Touching the Tenth convention of the at which Sullivan the proceedings proved that the dyna mite policy had been definitely adopted by the Chicago convention in at which OConnor was a delegate from DONT WAST BRITISH IJibonltm to Be Upon by a Hbarp Comical scenes were witnessed here over the developments regarding a popular A fortnight ago an enterprising but unscrupulous merchant put on the market the Serpa Pinto warranted made in It became the every Portuguese patriot buying one to prove bis patriot Nearly were sold in two then it was suddenly discovered that the hats were really made in hated There was a great revulsion of popular producing the most eccentric scenes in the It was not uncom mon to meet baads of men destroying Pinto hats at trampling and spitting on and threatening those who still presisted in wearing Students were especially going about bareheaded to as they the air a chance to purify their heads after wearing the detested Brit ish TOBKNUV A Seven Bmmm ia reeeitii that the troops of KingMenelek of Abys had an engagement with a force of General The battle was severe and was dangerously wounded and the army BBPOBTSD MATH O7 A report ia cur rent here that the Sultan of Zanaibaris dispatch re ceived this evening confirms the report of the death of the Sultan of MaiuOtAn Of THB VXMM PAHM Feb 13 journala approve the sentence imposed OB the Doc dOrleans and say that the manifestations nude by the Orleam ists preclude the rosaibflity of pardn for the duke or a reduction of his sn The royalist pagan declare that in view of his patriotic motives the sen tence imposed on the doka THX FAKAKA OOXmMHBSBS work of commissioners is now rapidly approach ing completionand they win immediately for Wew From there they win proceed to Hew thence retuns home to present their report XOUBfA BIT 18 tte n quest of Ilia chrisaaaeiaArBMttiaT wftk   

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