Burlington Hawk Eye, February 18, 1890

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Burlington Hawk Eye (Newspaper) - February 18, 1890, Burlington, Iowa THE BURLINGTON HAWKEYE. Established: June, 1839.]BURLINGTON, IOWA, TUESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY I;, ls90. [PMC*: 15 CsNTS PBS WsBK. THE DEHOCBATS STILL M'K.NS TEODBLE IN THE Him Many Petitions in the Senate—The Pacific Railroad Bills The Worlds Fair—Invotigating the Detention of American Vessels. other republicans objected to Bayne’s request The yeas and nays were taken upon the passage of the brl, refu ting yeas 109, nays 19 -no quorum, The hou*e adjourned with the understanding that the bill be taken up on the next suspension day._ THS SKNAXR Washington, Feb. 17 —Af ter the reading cf the j urn nj, Carlisle rose and said that since the 29 h cf January his side of the h inc had been protesting every morning against the approval of the journal on the ground that it contained the rants cf certain members as present and not voting Last Friday the house had adopted a code of ru es providing for such practice. Again the democrats had protested and would protest as an anconstiiutional practice, but it was a <q iC3tioa which could not be decided in this house, aid whenever the proper oc ion arose it would go to some other forum. It was the purpose of his side of the house to see that this occasion should be made in such shape as would permit it to be finally and decisively passed upon Therefore, he now saw no reason why the j urn a1, the form of which the house had a right to prescribe, Bbou d not be approved This was done When the world’s fair committee was called Caandler, of Massachusetts, offered the mowing resolution: Resolved, That Thursday and Friday, February 20 and 21 afear the approval of th j journal, beset aside for genera’ de ate on the world a fair bills and that a v lit b i taken on noonday, February 24 in the manner prescribed by the reso Union submitted in the committee’s re port — u - Ie-8 the h< toe shall have de-termini d by vote that a worlds fair shall not be held. M:. Mills, of Texas, demanded a sec Ord Tellers wire app in ted and the re suit w-.K announced-yeas, I Id; nays, 8 M r Edger made a point of do q lorura. The speaker r»n his eye over tho house and in a few minutes said:    “There are 172 members prest n I—more than a quorum " Mr McMillan, of Tennessee, said tha* am j Tty by tellers bad not seconded the moi ice; that it was not competent for the £ floater to nuke a quorum by his gbvc! or hts penc I The sp aker .eplied that the rule pro vid«d for a count of thole who voted and the vote had rt suited in what seemed to be a rn j »rity Mr McMillin insisted that neither the speaker cr any other man ciuld assume the mon c ured herein the house while the vote wa-> b iDg taken If they were not then the* had no right to vote The speaker replied In had announced at the time (hero were 173 members present by actual couni; no one was counted who was not presented at the time the vote was taken Mr. McMillin declared the speaker would not presume that every man was hero when the tellers were ia place. The speaker replied the vote had been announced finally. Mr. Bland wished to know by what right the tel lens left their place before tho gentlemen had voted and the speaker said if the gentlemen desired to vote the tellers would take their place. Mr Mills, of Texss, maintained the! tho rules required a decision by the tell en, and argu d against the speaker’s action. Mr Gannon declared the chair had done his duty in counting tho members to determine tho presence of a quorum It was aa entirely different question from a vote bf'tellers. Mr Carlisle maintained the moment tho tellers waic ordered by the house to take I heir places tho power of the chair to c unt their report ceased He was not making an argument because he wis opposed to seconding the motion, but believed this was the most important cinstruction of the rule, and the house sh uld cot surrender its power to the speaker Mr Cantion asked under what rule Carlisle, when speaker, had ordered the roil to bi cal cd to di close a quorum wi'h nit the i is.ruction of the house. Mr Carlisle replied by citing the rule requiring tee presence of a quorum be f >ro the house bogies its daily business. H > asserted he never held that he had a right to count a q uorum on the fl mr. Mr Peters, of K msas, said the trouble was thai this bon e had been wrapped round and r< uml by cords of legal fiction unt’i it was an lifeless as a mummy. Tile speaker said in this house the question was settled that if a majority was present to do business their pres ence was all that was required to make a quorum, lf th y declined to vote their inaction could not be in the pa hway of tbo-e who did their duly In this casette Clair c tinted daring the vote aid after it cl s d, and belue sari tied of a c 'n-t im ii mal qu mu rn pre ent to do business, announced 114 yeas, nays 8, and the motion seconded. Mr Chanti er took the ti ior and announced his satisfaction at the conclusion of the world’s f ur c mmittee work and hoped its report would be given im mediate consideration M<* Hitt also urged speedy action on tho question. A motion to suspend tho rules and make a special order for the bill resulted yeas 148 rays 27. Mr Blunt demanded the yeas and nays. They resulted yeas 209, nays 56, and the special order wa* made Among the bills introduced were the following: By Uansbteragh—Appropriating $50,-000 ft the purchase of a site and the flection f an Indian industrial school in N *rth Dakota By Turner, of Kansas—Declaring the forfeiture of a I lands opposite to unoccupied sections of railroads for which the land grant was made The following reso’.u'ion was also introduced: By Taylor, of Illinois—Changing the Petit!(ma Gator#—TM* Pacific Fonding Bill Washington, Feb 17 —Mr. Daw?s preseu»ed over 240 petitions from Ma* sr. chuaetts stating that more than 800 000 gallons of intoxicating liquors a*e an nually exported from the U ited Statee to Africa, demoralizing the people there and being detrimental to all legitimate commerce with that people a d praying that under that section of the c jnftitu tion which authorized congress to regu late commerce with foreign nations, that part of the thing sh»ll be stopped He asked that the petitions be referred t the committee on education and labor and invoked the careful c msideration of he committee on the subj net. Mr Chandler presented several peti tions from Mississippi complaining of the suppression of the republican vole of the state of M SHssippi and representing that the s) calh d legislature 1 f M s sissippi had rec ntiy enacted a law e-t.bistrng a new c nstitution for the state on the 12;h day of August, 1890. the same rot to be submitted to the p o p.e for ratification, and that it was th‘ avowed purp se of the democrats to employ fraudulent methods to deprive many intelligent cit'zens of their franchise R ferrad to the committee on privilege:-ac d elections Mr Blair presented petitions signed by 36 OOO members of the G A. R, in favor of pensions to army nurses and petitions signed by over 4 000,000 persona ia favor of the educational bill. Among other peti'ions presented were several for per die m pension billa, for the removal of the limita’d rn on pension a'rears and for a boun iv to soldiers of the regular army who Etrvad in the war of the rebellion.    . Mr Frye, from the select committee on Pacific railroads, reported back ad versely the two Pacific railroad funding bills referred to it and in lieu of them reported an origical bill on the subject, with two reports, one touching the Union Pacific indebtedness and the other the Central Pacific indebtedness. The latter report, he declared, had bien drafted br the senator from Mineola (Davb). H explained that the reason why the two bills were reported back adversely wae that the committee had finally succeeded (*o its own satisfaction) rn nonsolid ming these bills in one. The bill contained the terms of adjustmeit with both 0 ra-paote*-the Union Pac flc and the Central Pacific The rep ria had been linac imously adopted by the committee a d the bill, so far as the Union Pacific wa concerned, had also b;en unanimously reported. Mr. Blair occupied about three hours, but did not close his argument. On motion of Hale the h 'use ameed meat to the bill to have the statistics O’ tho mortgaged indebtedness obtained in the next census was non-concurred in Mr. Chandler offered a ria lotion (which went over till to marrow) calling on the attorney general for information regarding the recent assassination of United States Deputy Marshall Saunders in Florida The bill authorizing the president to confer the brevet rank on officars in the United Skates army for gallant services in Indian campaigns was passed. Adjourned to we a of not less than three thousand inhabitants and also not less than five thousand There are 664 of the former to wee and the extension of the system to th«ra w a:d cost the government tis 171 9'M and 294 of the latter, rf q liring 1679 225 in extending the system to them. Among estimates laid before the hoes® to-day were the following: $50 000 for the construction of buildings for a mi i tary post in the Yellowstone park:$8 (KO for the expense of opening lard cffl a a at P err* and Chamberlain, Suite Dakota; $17,962 «s a defic ency appropriation for the pr« venti-m o* the depredations to public I and?; $19 500 for the expense cf promotion of public lands The communication from the commissi ntr of Indian sffbirs laid before the house to day makes the number iccressed in estimates amount needed during the -tx fiscal year for the educating rf In-'tiaa eh’liren in Indian schools »t P'er?e, fl nth Dakota, it creased from $25 OOO to $3Q 375; Genoa Nebraska, from $40 OOO to $69,000; od account of the tra~ sperm i n . f Ii d an pupils $28 OOO to $50 OOO. p iv of farmers to each Indian, $50,000 to 175 DCO The secretary of war sent to the house f r an appropriation of 155 373 for the erection of monuments or tablets for the pulper marking cf the posit on of tee grave of each rf the com nr anders in the -egular army engaged at Gettysburg. INDIANS DYING FROH GRIP. Heavv Mortality on tb* Mfd# Lac* Reservation—tam 01 starvation Minneapolis, Minn., Feb 17 —Re ports from the Mille Lacs Indian reser va*ion, in advance of the report of the visiting commission, indicate a severe and fatal epidemic of d; fease The grip in said to b va been quite equal to an ap demic of s mall-pox The head chiefs were expecting aid from the g vern-me it, in response to telegrams sent to W ."hington, but none has come. An estimate places the deaths at forty to fifty Indian Agent Cranz;e, of the Devil’e L ike reservation in North Dakota, w?s interviewed in this city Sunday. He says the destitution among the Indian* of that agency has been understated rateer than otherwise If the $3 OOO re gently authorized for their relief bv President Harrison had been delayed longer there would have been few Indians to have received any benefits there-from. M re help is imperatively needed Already a number of deaths have re culled from starvation. ’TIS PROPER TO PAY. THE ATTORNEY GENERAL’S OPINION ON THE SALARI QUESTION. He Concludes the Auditor Should Honor the Orders of the Temporary Sp aker for Salaries —Republican Caucus. R1*U. j so, > IU. 17 I BDLLDOZ RHS ABHH8TED. Bn I»um?(lilnriof Pc*tma*t#r-E)«ct Unc^woDh, Sharon, Georgia, in 4 uvtodf. Augusta Ga, Feb 17 —Thismornirg a United 8 at*8 deputy marshal went ti Sharon, Georgia, and arrested stv nteer prominent citizens changed with con soiracy and- intimidation against newly app nnted Postmaster Duckworth. The) br <ught the pruners to Augusta tonight. The (Oilers went to Sharon a’rued with rifles and prepared for trouble but met with no resistance aid aid their weapons aside. The warranter th yir arrest are based on testimony taken by the postoffice inspectors. BUSINESS TUCUBLE3, temi of the prest lent and vice president from four to six years a?d provi they shall serve one term only '“The resolution also extends the terms of representatives in congress to three year's On motion of Perkins the bill for the reiif of the Sioux I dians at Devil’s Leke agency, North Dakota, was passed under a suspension of the rules. Mr Banks called up the bill to provide for she appointment of thirty additional! medical examiners for the pension office GENERAL. WASHINGTON NEWS. A Proclamation Ordtrlns th# Removal of Cattle from \hm Ckarofce# Outlet Washington, Feb 17.—The president this afternoon issued a proclamation directing the removal of all cattle from grt-zing upon what is known as the Cherokee outlet in the nor hem part of the Indian territory The removal must be completed by the fl st of October next. THE WOULD*8 FAIR BILLS The house committee on the world’s fair to day decided to report to the house a resolution to make a special order for >he consideration in the house of the fair bills next Thursday and Friday and balloting for the selection of the site next Monday. ORDERS OF DIS HIS AL REVOKED The wi .hdrawal by the president, to day of the nominations of Mix and Per-cival, receivers of pub ic moneys at De) Norte, C dorado, and Devil’s Lake North Dakota, was rended necessary to correct ihe errors committed und r a* misappropriation. The accounts of the incumbents were sai l to be shote rn) hey were di?mi?sed from the service but a subsequent investigation sh wing th At the accounts were correct the orders of dUmlseal were revoked suffrage associations combined The three national women s suffrage associations—the American W men’.”, the National Woman’s, and the National American Women’s guff-age ass ociation —working for the same cl j *ct, have enneolMated and will be known as the National American Women’s Suffrage association. At a meeting composed < f the organizations the following « fibers were elected: President, El zabeth C*dy S aton; vice president-at large.‘Silvan B Vnthony; rfc irding secretary. R xbael Foster Avery; corresponding secretary, Alice Slone Blackwell; trea°urer, Jan* H Spafford; chairman of the executive committee, Lucy Stone. A COLUMBUS MEMORIAL Representative Buchanan, of New Jer sey, to-day introduced a bill to es'ab’bh a memorial of Christopher Columbus i this city. The memorial is to consist of a collection of the works of American artists and artisans and a display of the progress o* arts, sciences and manufactures and secondarily of such display? from other countries as can be obtained The bill proposes an appropriation of o^e million dollar for the first year and two million during the succeeding years. THE LONG AND SHORT HAUL. The senate committee on interstate commerce Wednesday will arrange the investigation called for by Haddock s resolution to inquire into the working of the long and sh rt haul clause of the interstate commerce act and report whether or not it is responsible in any degree for the present depressed condi tion of the apicultural interest of tho west Senator Paddock to-day said he Th# Ltiacoln Nuitnnal Bawn, at Lau-csktcr, l a , elided Lancaster, Pa , Feb 17 —The Lin coin N a ioLal bank, which wa?- plundered by Cashier Bard and F. W. Hull, of about $40 OOO, bas closed its doors by order of the bank examiners It is reported this morning that the defalcation is much larger than at that estimated. AN IMPLEMENT DEALER FAILS. Lancaster Pa Feb 17 — Executions amounting to $£6 OOO have been issued against Ism I L Landis, of this city a dealer in agricultural implements and patent tights. The assets will not covet the liabilities. WOOLEN MERCHANTS GO UNDER New York, Feb 17 — Gdmardin & I.) yle, woolen merchants, made a general assignment without preferences The firm sold largely to peddlers and were well known all ever the United S'ates wherever the peddlers went Nominal assets $235 000;habilties $90,000 The Fir# Record Chippewa Falls, Wis , Fab. 17 — Benjamin M l ard’s residence burned las, i,tent; loss $13,CKK), insurance $7 5 )0. Hurley, Wis, F5 b 17—A block of build rigs occupied by the Kerr Furni ure c mpany, A J. A erne w, bard wan dealer, and ’be post Abe burned this morning L ss $20 060 Omro Wis., Fab 17 - Nine business olaccH <vpr#* burned y esterday morning Loss $18 C00__ Will Drive Oat a men eau Beef St Jotin, N. B , Feb. 17. — A new de parture is being made in the freeh be* f business which if successful, will be the means of practically driving the Amen can article out of the market in the pr vinets There is to arrive here to day from Winnipeg three car loads Of M initoba carcasses which ran be put on h 4 market at the same figure as American beef. Shot lo Hn;|lar«. Special to Tm Hiwe-Bti. Crestline O., Feb. 17.—Two burg ars attempted to rob the house of 1 firmer named Juhn Frtugal. He grap led wi h them and shot at one. They ti id, he feeding several shots after them Tae next morning one was found dead in the road and the other badly wounded some distance further on. wants to find out whether the clause working to the disadvantage cf the farmer. Incase the teqiiry developed the fact that it is and its repeal can’t be secured he will then introduce a b ll continuing the section of act containing th long and short haul clauses to authorz the interstate conmerce commissions to so regulate the tariff ss to secure to the producer of food stuffs a reasonable price for his products CAPITAL GOSSIP Marshal Mizell and District Attorney Sm&tl-Pox Xu T«x«i. San Antonio, Tex , Feb. 17 -Latere-p->rs from the emall-pcx district alorg the Rio Grande show an appalling mer tslily list On a ranch in Duval county 147 out of 150 persons employed were stricken with the disease and sixty-Bv* of tfcem died. There is a scarcity of nurses and physicians, Shot HI# DlViiretd wit#. Charleston 8 C., Feb. 17.—To-nigh* N*p ban L v*l called at the store of Feldcman & Cl and asked to see his wife, who has been separated from him for some time. When she appeared Laval fatally shot both her and Mr. Ftldeman. Ha refuses to make any explanation. ________________ Free samples of Dr. Miles’ Restorative Nervine at J. H. Witte’s drug store Cures Headache. Nervousness. Sleepless ness. NenrftliPA- Fits #tf* Th# Hawk Era Bttriau. Capitol, Building Des Moines, la , Fe The opinion of Attorney Genera1 Stone on the salary question was the one thing which attracted attention in the house session to day. vIt goes-directly contrary to Auditor Lyons decision that the auditor of state cannot issue warrants upon the certificate of the temporary speaker. The attorney-genera’ discusses the matter at great length and deals with every part of the auditors communication to the house, basing hif opinion upon the law enacted in 1874 General Stone says: “The auditor’s opinion is based upon the idea that this ceri’ficate cannot be lawfully recognized until after the houses are permanently organized, or as he puts it, until each is fully organ ized and clothed with the power aud authority to enact law and otherw se perform the duties of a leisla-t ve b dy. Under the statute first above quoted I do not think it is necessary that either 1*16 hou:e should be permanently organ zed before a certificate can be la? fu.ly made. The making of this cor-ifiiate is not a legitlative act. It is sim-p y the official act of tbs two presiding Steers and is entirely independent of he will or co operation of the members on tho floor It derives its vitality and validity from the statute already in ex lienee, aud no further legislative act i*< necessary to secure it recognition. The house, though not permanently organ zed is nevertheless a h use within he meaning of the code. It bas been called to order by a pe'son claiming to be a member. It has el cted a clerk for thp imc b^ing who has received the certif! cates of election of the members fr.m *h:ch he has made a roll Persons cerned on this roll have anted under the statute and have appointed a committee n credentials This committee as provided by law has reported the list of menb re who, in accordance with the statute, have taken the oath of Ai e as represen’aiives. The membership of the house has, therefore been de ermined In pursuance cf the statute ^rnpowerirg the body to elect such other fficers for the time bsiDg as may be re quieite. It has elected a pres d ng officer f. r the time being who by courtesy and Jobg usage is designated ‘temporary speaker.’ By reason of the inability rf members to reach a agreement of minds all this has taken much time. But it has been public business. Since the election ■ f the temporary speakar much time has been consumed in the tffjrt to f fleet a permanent organization by the diction of i fficers. So far the effort hae been a f ihue but it has nevertheless been pub lie business in which members have acted within the scope of their powers *nd at must be conclusively presumed as their conciences dictated They have not agreed because in the exercise of individual judgement and acting upon their own connections upon the question under consideration they have oi been able to bring their minds to gether. This has all been public service performed by authored representKtives acting upon their own authorized j ldg meet as to what was best to b i done in (he interest of those who sent them here They alone are responsible for the re suits of Heir acts I do not think that under the law this service should be without remuneration nor do I think that it was intended in the statute that he permanent organization of both houses should b° a condition precedent to a partial payment." After discussing he matter still further the opinion closes ss follows: Impelled by the foregoing c nsidt rations I reach the conclusion that in order to give legal potercy to the certificate of two presiding officers it is not necessary that both or either of the houses should be in a slate of permanent organization, ard that the c rtiAcate signed by Hon. J. A r Hull, as president of the senate, and EL n. L D Hotchkiss, as temporary ape ker of the house, is lawful auth mity to the auditor of state to issue warrants ;o members and officers of the two houses aa pro vided in the section of the statute first quoted in the opinion.’ Just befire supper Auditor Lyons war asked wh<d he was going to do in the ma ter. He said he had not heard the opinion read, had not seen it nor examined ii closely, and he could not state what course cf action he would perdue. The members say if he persists in his course they will institute mandamus proceedings to compel him to pay their salaries The republicans of the house were caucusing the greater part of the day and towards evening prepared a proposition for the democrats. They wou'd not m&kfl public the condition? *hen until it hsd been presented to the democratic caucus. ADDITIONAL SENATE BILLS. The following bills have been filed since the last installment was given: KO. Bv Mattoon: Creating a board of school >ok commissioners and providing for furnishing ten b? nits. 0:. tty Bills: Furnishing an abridged psm teachers’ both houses to be permanently O'ganized in order for the presiding officer* to certify as to the members and rn piques, and it would be perfectly legal auditor to issue warrants to such on said certificates. The com-tion was referred to Auditor or action. three ballots were taken and then adjourned. The republicans caucus all morning, but outlined of action. ll’ SQUARE IN Ti NOSE. donned the b’ue ribbon. Mr. Murphy is one of the most pleasing and captivat ing talkers now on the rostrum. There is quite an awakening upon the subject of temperance here which is needed to EVFBESS AUGUSTA IB DEATH AS SHE HAD pu'.»»«op*p.'he »bonun»b!eboo*-ieKging COBBETT. OF CALIP0EH1A ■business which has had pretty clear sail-1    ^    0 MON XA ZU AA, IO WA, Court-a. Shaky Prediction— Personal SS otters. ndenee of Tub Hawk-Sn. MoHtEzuMA, Feb 17 — District court convenes to-morrow. Judge W. R Lewis presiding. The docket for t£e term consists ofltwenty nine probate, ninety-eight civil a»{d four criminal cases. Tne law vers of^this coucty are complaining cf the dedresse "f litigation and are wishing for a berm in that line. Senator Joel Stewart is here visiting bis constituents. He predicts that Iowa has gone republican for the last time and hat the democrats will hold out in the deadlock as long se the repubii a is. Deputy County Treasurer W. J. J bn -on and wife left on a trip to New O -ieans last Thursday. They will vitit in St L jibs on their return T. C. Carroll, proprietor of the hotel here, will leave Hrs weekf~r Des Moines where, with Mr Warwick he will en •rage in conducting the Aborn house Mr Carroll has for mary years hnd a reputation as a caterer to tea public and will doubtless make a success of this new venture. W. R. Mulliton succeeds him here and promises to make 0 first-class landlord. She ©“clines to R>cnjmtee the Fact that Even Empresses Must Grow Old-In the Commons—General Foreign News. Inkom* Brutus Special to THI Hawk-Et* Emmetsburg Feb 17 —The town is greatly eic:ud over a fiendish crime per petrated here Saturday night Two oughs, named Wm Cullom and Joe S eil, entered the house of a widow lady named Moore and subjected her to inhuman indignities and then c mpelled her to sit up all night on a chair whik they occupied h*r b d They were arrested and waived preliminary examina ion. The grand jury is in session hp»e now, and they ate held in bonds of $1 00o each to await its action. The crime wa? so revoking that threats of lynching are freely induced in by the friends of the injured ladY_ Dr. **nrai G»l« 1«n Y«*is, Special to Th* FAwk-Etk. Moulton lo , Feb 17 —The jury in ’he trial of Dr. Murdy, at Centerville, for the murder of a man named Tipt r at Moulton last December yesterday brought in a verdict (f murder in the second degree A motion for a new trial was overruled and the c-nvict sen teneed to ten years’ imoriaonment in the Ft. Madison penitentiary. A Pbysle*»n snot. Special to Th* Hawk-Ktk. Moulton I"»a. Feb. 17.—Word bas come that Dr U rich was shot and killed by an c Cicer who wa? about to arrest him for some offense The shooting took place south of Exline, in Putnam county, Missouri. A BEEH IN LIFE. Berlin Feb. 17.—A painted woman in a coffin! That is the strange thing we have lately had in the German capi tai. To make the fact still more starting than any conceit of fiction, she was the deceased Empress Augusta. Your respondent has investigated care fully, and the truth is as here for the first time told for publication, although already discussed in the inner court cir des. Without b?ing absolutely an imperial Mrs 8kewton, the empress de cli led to the last to recognize the fact hat even empresses must grow old. AU that the arts of the toilet could do to hide the ravages of the years was done Paint, powder, cosmetics and an elab orate series of half-wigs preserved a semblance of youth a.mcs to the last, and enabled the empress to indulge in the not very harmful vanity which was one of the few pleasures of her not very happy life. She kept up these artifices through her last illness, and her toilet attendants found their duties not in the east intermitted Not only that, bu' a few days before her death she er j nned teem to prepare her for burial in the same manner. She chose the wig to be Interred in, as well as every detail of the final toilet* and was particular to mak« them promise to leave on her face the in Is of their skill As the Empress Augusta lay in her coff!a. the loveliest flowers lay around her, and she w-.8 covered with a gorgeous cloak of saffron satip edged with ermine, a lees veil covering her brow and head B it through the film of l»ce a wig of bright brown hair was visible It was one which she had worn for a vear previous, and it c >mpletely overed the scant white locks which were left to her by nature in her extreme old age An artfully managed dim lght fell on the face, but to the comparatively few who were permitted to gaze on it. the penciling of the eyebrows, the blacking of the lashes, the f A it tinge of oink in the cheeks and the red of the lips were all as they had been in life—all colored by a skillful brush. ing for some time past among the young men and boys. Our district court is now in session with Judge Henry on the bauch, Very little business has been done because litigation has fallen off very much here in the last two ye'n Judge Henry this morning pronounced Fentence in the case of the State vs. Fred Ptitchett, Indicted forgery. He is a boy of sixteen years of age, his parents being very highly respected. There were two cases against him; in one the judge imposed a fine of $500 and one day’s imprisonment in the penitentiary, and the other a $250 fine and one day’s imprisonment, imprisonment to stand suspended in each case if tee floe is paid. There was a petition s gned by ninety eight citizens and leading men presented to th* judge a-king a nominal punishment so fir as ho imprisonment was concerned. It was reported last week that the democratic bretheren here in obedience o instructions from Ashby and his democratic co-laborers at Des Mc i aes wt-re circulating petitions against Senator Allison, but ai igent inquiries among republicans from all over the county Nited to elicit the fact that any such pe itions had been presented to them up to Saturday, and it is not likely that the matter ni l be pushed, as the republicans here are practically unanimous for Allison em THE BEST OF ULRA1N IN SII SOUNDS, The New Pugilistic Star an Athletic Teacher in the Olympian Club at flan Francisco—An Admirable Exhibition of the Manly Art. WASHINGTON LE. TEE. A N#w GENERAL FOREIGN NEWS. Arrested on *neplclon. Special to Th* JSawk-Et*. Moulton. la., Feb 17.—A man by the name of David Davis is now under arrest in Centerv lie for shooting D.ck Hendron on the 14:h inst., while watering his horse. — - - - * RAILROAD MATTERS. Governor Larrabee After tit# Roc* Island Des Moines, Feb 17 —Judge C C Nouree began two suite against the Ruck Island in the Polk county court yester day that will test provisions of the present railroad, law. They are brought by direction of G. v*rnor Lirrtbae for the foifeiture of $100 a day for failure to furbish the governor, as nq fired b/ law, the gross receipts and expenditures of the road upon the lines or the value of said lines in Iowa. The Rock Hand did furn’sh a report, but it was a state ment of the business of the entire system, over three thousand mibs in length and lying in Illinois, Nebraska. Missouri, Kansas and Other states The governor thinks the law cmtemplatea that the statement of the business and value of the roads should be cnnfioei to the state lines and the tax^s and c'asslfl-cations based upon a strictly Iowan basis. The Rick Isl ard and other roads declined to furnish the r« q fired reports, and based their refusal upjn the ground teat their books are not kept in such a manner ss to indicate the figures defired meeting the illinois central 9 CUT Chicago, Feb 17 —The Western F e’ght association vited to dav to reduce the rates frcm Chic go to Kansas City ard Omaha to a basis of sixty ccn s per hundred for first class, taking effect on the 22J The action wa? taken to m°et the reduction of the ll inois Cen tral to Sioux City. The associa-ten however, refused to au’horiza a reduced rate to Sioux Cfiy, thus putting upon the Illinois Central the responsibility of breaking down the Mte^ouri river rates in violation of the agreement. IOWA IN BRIEF. A second was ordered and Banks said I Stripling, cf Florida, arrived here to day the secretaro of the interior earnestly I to confer with th a attorney general in recommended the passage of the bill. (regard to the administeatioa election Mr Washington, of Tennessee, said the bill appear* d to be a scheme to get thirty republicans into office without any draft upou the civil service bureau. Mr Gannon argued that this class of employes was exceptional and the ap Wa*kt# til# *o4m Vtv##dl E«a#w«4 Ottawa Fib 17—The government h 3S decided to ask parliament to renew the rn dus vivendi in view of the dis posal of the government to negotiate for settlement of all difficulties between the two countries. This statement comes from the minister or j istice. lBtlti#d t# KA# B«#t. AU are entitled to the best teat their rn mey will buy, so every family should have, at once, a bottle of the best family laws of that that state and in in regard to the assassination of Deputy Marshal Saunders. Secretary Tracy took advantage of the bright, clear weather this morning and d**ove over to the navy department. His pc 1 'tees should not be subject to the civil I office was immediately besieged by call set vice system    I en, both official and social, but he did Mr Springer was for the bill because I not see many people it promteed to facilitate the pension I The secretary of state has telegraphed    ____ __ cates He invited the republicans to I the United States consul at Carthagena. I -hi* marnteVbv lmr hair catclfing instep bring on tknir pension legislation and let for n report in regard to the continued    SheVm    die. him vote on it.    I detection of the American schooner macmncry* Mr. Blount defended the civil service I Julian, by local authorities for alleged law and Bayne, of Pennsylvania, hoped I violation of the custom laws that no republican would try to evade it I Postmaster General Wanamaker in rehashed to have an amendment inierted, (aponte to th* senate resolution to d iy transmitted to the senate an estimate of remedy, Syrup of Figs to cleanse the eye tim when costive or bilious. For sale in 50c and $1.00 bottles by all leading drug g’^sts. _______ Se# I pan Pf St artolatry. Lancaster, Pa., Feb. 17—Kate Daveter, aged sixteen, employed in tee stocking works at Manneim, Pennsyl ranis, was scalped and horribly mangled this mondo machinery. Fczooni’i Complexion Powder is universally known and everywhere esteemed as the only Powder that will improve the complexion eradicate tan, freckles and all skin diseases. providing that each examiner be appointed nuder the civil service law. “ Qheadle, Morey, of Ohio* and! the I fee* deUncy afit^ ___  _    La    Grippe—Do not use medicine to of coit required to extend the I lower your temperature suddenly, Use to ail cities and I Hoffman’a Bannleaa Headache Powders Run Over —At Clinton a seven-year-old b">y was run cv^r and fatally burt while bearding a moving train Sunday Hung Himself. —Hans St iver?,a young man twenty-two years cf age. hanged himself at Remsen. Dtspocdtncy resulting from sickness was the cause. Swedish Lutheran Cokfrrencr Lutheran onferetce of 26 an laws for phiet id,lion of tbe s.hto; use. I ?. Br Fiirk: Amending the codein relation to reports ct expenses cf criminal prosecu ti rn 1(3 Bv Durjren: To punish pools, trusts, etc , in fire inturar.ee eo^psni^s. OL By Mes-rvej: Kstahiisn ny normal scorn at La v;Hrs 15 Br B yles«: Amending section 17, cRar-t«T Kl, I .wa < f g venteenth general assembly 106 B/ 'VfUdnaaa; Creating b ard of school boon c mm s ioners and providing for fur-shinjr te»t book?. IOT. By Mattoon: Toresrulate telegraph tolls. RS. By Kent: Appropriation bill for Fort Madison penitentialy. 109 B\ Finn: By request, amending the law providing for the erection of a soldiers’ mon ument I i. Br Barrett: Offering bounty for wolves killed In Iowa 111 By Bt' b: By request, repealing present quor Uhs and enacting license substitute therefor. I 3. By Har.chett: Amending section SCH, de cf 1?73 I 3. By Harsh: Amending’'cts of the t*en ty second general assembly granting ad di ional powe s to cities. *14. By Parrott: Creating an insurance depart rn ut 115 By B*r etl: D Ha ng liability of fire insurance com pa? ies. 116. By Davidson: Amending the election law. 117 Bv Meservey: Regulating charges by a eeomg c=r companies. 18. B' Mowat. A pprooriation bill for the col eire for tbe blind at VmtoD. 119 R- Parkin*: Authorizing the auditor to coedit Fremont county on account of school turd at d county fund SU. By Scbm'd : Aul hor zinr cities to organ-te*u der special cha tera to establish boards of public works. ISL ByFchmidt: Establ ishing End gov-rn ingmutu, I loan and bul d ug associations. 12i. By Dodge: Regulating sleeping car ccm panes. ISS By Clyde: Enacting a substitute for Sccti n SII of the code. ISL By Clyde: Preventing forfeiture of in sur»nc in cwtatn cases 136 By Clyde: Ti prevent the use of language calc lated to cause breach of p. ace. THE DAY AT DBS MOISES. Des Moines, Feb. 17.—This afternoon in the house J. H. Shelton was elected temporary assistant clerk in place of Kolp, who resigned. The opinion of tee attorney general on Auditor Lyons’ communication refusing to issue war-1 morrow. rants on the certificate of the temporary I Hood»a speaker was read. The attorney gaaeral I p->puiarttyr^aid boites thai It Is not necessary forlitaowntetdnaio. The Swedish Iowa c insists nf 56 congregations, ministers and 15 COO church members. A New Bbake.—• An Illinois man named Hempton has p .tented a useful vehicle brake and named it the ‘ Keokuk Carriage Brake." It will be extensively manufactured in Keokuk. A LandOffice Business —The Kee kuk and Western have been doing a land f fflca business the past ten days /rim G Cawood Junction to Centerville One hundred passengers from Moulton, I wa were counted in one day. the Murdy Tipton trial at Centerville being the magnet. A New Church —The new M. E church at New Boston, Iowa will be dedicated Sunday, March 2, Rev. Dr McFarland, of tee Iowa Wesleyan Uui versity, rfficiatiog The second q larterly conference of the Montrose c icuit will beheld at the same place Saturday, March I, at ten o'clock in the morning Tramps —The tramp element is being rap diy developed by the warm weather and frequent ccmDiaints come of brutal treatment received at their hands ty un protected farm ladies. At Oskaloosa, a tramp went to the house begging food, aud when given any threw it away and when refused swore he would burn the houee down. A Plucky Baby.—A four-year-old daughter of Mrs Wilson of Oikaloosa fei into a deep well Thursday last and was rescued with much d.ffi:uUy after being in the cold water for somg time The water was ten fret deep but the lit tie thing hold its head ab ive the surface by grasping a close lice which tee frau-lice mother had lowered to it. Pam«ll ace# for Ie formation Regard leg th# ( ommtiilo&’i Report. London, Fab 17 —In the cimmonsto day Pirnell asked for information as to the governments intentions regarding the report of the special Parnell commission. W. H. Smith, the government leader, said that the government intended to ask the house to adopt the re oort and to thank the commission for its just and impartial conduct The debate on the address in reply to the speech from the throne was re turned. William O Brice declared that the nationalists have grown stronger under coercion During Balfour’s terra of office as secretary for Ireland £*120,000 had been subscribed by tbe people to ca’ry on the object of the League Q fiet ?rill prevafied everywhere and the na i ma’iste triumphed W. T. Russell attacked the Parnellites, saying they now begin to spatter orates on the Giadstonites whom before they bad covered with the worst epithets Probably the pr« si clause in the crimes act was unwise, but in other respect? coercion had assisted to restore and mfiatain order in Ireland. PRESS COMMENTS London, Feb. 17 -The Pall Mall Ga zette fays the ministers would like to bury the report of the Parnell commis finn fathoms deep, but after the speech of the attorney general in the commons a t week it is diffi suit to see how they can escape making a declaration. In regard to the eff ut the G?z :tte declares they had better muzz e the attor ney general quickly as the more he speaks the m re difficult it will become for them to decide what to do with the report It is impossible for them to shelve it. PE ITH OF STR LOUTS M\LLET. LO: don. Feb 17 — R gat Honorable Sir L-. WB Mallet. C B , the well known author y on commercial trades, died to day of 4 ifl ierz t W. '.I. DEMAND MORE WAGES Lond > Feb 17 —Four hundred thousand miners in Great Britate have derided to adhere to their demand for an increase of ten per cent in their wages, and it is probate the men will strike. DOM PEDRO S ILLNESS INCREASES London, Feb 17 —A Paris correspondent to the News says Dom Pedro’s nervous disease increases and partly unhinges his mind He lives in daily expectation of being recalled to rule Braz l and does not realize the precarious state nf his own finances He refuses to reduce the imperial suite and mai. tains expense* on a gr«rd scale. A MEETING OF LIBERALS ATTACKED Berlin, Fob 17. —The socialists attacked a meeting of liberals at Liege-nitz to day. The police interfered and many persons were wounded. BOULANGISTS ELECTED. Paris, Ftb 17.—E ections were held in a number of divisions 8 inday for members of the chamber of deputies. Naquet and Mery, two BoulanFists, whose election was quashed by the chamber last December, again head the poll in the divisions of the Seine depart men*, but second ballots are necessary. Baldly polled within 1(9 votes of Mary-Boulangist* Goussot, Revest and Laure are re elected in three d visions of St Denis Belleval, Boulangist, is re elected in the fl'st division of the Sceaox, receiving ll OOO votes, against 9 829 for Goblet NEWS FROM THE ANTIPODES San Franc BCO, Ftb IT. — I ne steamer ZIslandia brirgs adv’c^s from Sidney up to January 22 and Auckland to January 26 Queensland was visited by several severe storms early in January resulting in serious flaoda w rich caused several deaths and much less to property. A. fire in Sydney Christmas day destroyed the shsds of the Tasmanian Steam?tfip ^mpany’K wharf, causing a loss of $250,-000 The new year is remarkable in Aas tralia for the many fatal accidents, one of the most prominent being the collapse of a hotel in Sydney in which two people were buried in the ruin* and burned The condition of the unemployed at Sydney if becoming serious. On a recent night five hundred men and women were counted asleep in the parks of the Corr#*pontf#nt Dip# HU P#a I# Capital Ink. CorreapoBdenoe of Thz Hawk-Et*. Washington, Feb 17 —The contest over the rules has been a rare scene. Unable to allege any good reason why the proposed code should not be adopted the democrats have spent most of their time in denunciations of Speaker Reed and in declaiming against rulings he made before the committee on rules reported Looking down upon the terne listening to their oratory, your correspondent is reminded of a set of school boys pelting a stone wall with paper wads; it amuses the boys, while it does no injury to the wall. So their denunciations cf Speaker R ed do bim no hurt, but it discloses to the country hie strength and his worth A minister said to me to-day that the cry of the democrats for rules, and theii action since tbe proposed code was submitted, reminded him of the Israelites when they murmured against eating mrana and rritd out for fl sh to eat; foi Hardly had the quails been provided for them than they discovered that they had a surfeit of ftesh. Speaker Reed to day received an anonymous communication in which the writer said the action of the democrats in the house reminded him of one of Lincoln’s stories in which he told about a man traveling on board a steamer on the Mississippi river. He dropped an apple overboard, upon which he rushed to the captain and wanted him to stop the b >at until he could recover his apple. The democratic party finds its apple, the control of the legislation of the house, has been dropped overboard and is now asking that the buoi ness of the country shall be stopped un til, perchance, it may recover it. If the people from Iowa visiting here become at all acquained with the prevailing sentiment about the capitol, in the departments and among the people from all parts of the country do not become elated, it will be from no fault of theirs. They hear on all sides that the senior senator from their state is destined to be the next president. No wonder the people of that state admire him and insist on his re election to be his own successor Senator Allison is the favorite in the re porters’ gallery ; on tbe floor of the senate he has more friends and fewer enemies than any man who has served the e half the length of time he has, while by the politicians and all classes he is looked unon as one of the ablest and safest men now in public life. At the other end of the capitol Iowa men command no less respect. Hender son’s speech to day on the rules furnishes the topic of conversation among groups in the houie, iu the corridors and in the committee room*. When he drew him self up to his full height and said, “The irentleman from Kentucky (Caruth) who preceded me in a noble burst of elo-q ie* ce says they want a chance for ineir white ally. The republicans want a chance for the:r black ally, and utdir the constitution and laws of the country they are going to have it!’ he was greeted with a round of applause that ha* been accorded to no other member who has spoken on the question. Y jfir own member, Mr. Gear, is spoken of on all sid^B as the peer of any man on the floor. H o services on the committee on ways and means, of which he is hon ored with a membership, is recognized by every member of that most important committtee, as well as by all who have appeared before it in behalf of the vari ous lines of business, it necessarily ha* under consideration, and by those WY o have simply attended their meetings listen to their proceeding*, as invaluable He shows an acquaintance with ©Ii the important questions of the day, that surprises even those who had expected much from him. No member of the house works harder or more houri each day than he does. His mail i* simply immense, and rare is the evening that he i? not engaged foal seven o’clock until midnight or after in replying to his cor respondents He ha? a genius, but it is for hard work, and well it seems to be appreciated by his constituents, as well a* by all who have business dealings with him. Dolliverwill be heard from tonight before the republican club at D simon-ico s, New York At least he is booked i for a speech there to night, and when he does speak he is always sure of having a large audience, an audience composed not only of those win hear him, but of ail the newspaper venders of the land as well. Iowa has the further distinction of having accorded to two of its members, chairmanships of house committees, Henderson being chairman of the committee on militia; Struble being chairman of the com r ittee on territories, and C niger being chairman of the committee on coinage, weights and measures. With such men on deck no fears need be felt that the interests of tee state wifi not be carefully looked after and prudently attended to, and that too with New Orleans, Feb. 17.—J. J. Corbett, a teacher of the Olympian club at San Francisco, bested Jake KUrain in a 9:.x round contest for a purse of $S 500 at the Southern Athletic club rooms to-* night Kilrain abreed to knock Corbett out in six rounds, but was outfought at every point. Corbett is a giant youngster, well educated ambitious, and ii regarded in the west as the coming world’s champion. He has never been defeated. Kilrain stated his weight at between 201 and 205 pounds. He did not look very lively. Corbett stands six feet one and one half inches and weighs 183 pounds, but looks    less.    Mr. Eiviolep, the well known cotton man. was referee. The fight was one of the best ever seen here and Corbett is a master. He ha* a long reach and the referee allowed no close infighting. In the Ai st round Kilrain made several slugging attempts, which Corbett cleverly tvjded and in return smashed hisop-ponet in the face and stomach He was a* quick as a flash in getting out of the *ay cf Kilrain’s    leads    Finally, after much feinting and clinchieg Kilrain managed to get in a good right hand mash on Corbett'* nee* but the latter we* not much affected. He countered luck )y with his left on Kilrain’s fi.cs. The round ended    with Kilrain looking much astonished Corbett opened up the second round aith a rattling left hander on Kilrain’* face which marie that gentleman start In return he planted a vicious smashed on Corbett’s neck but the Californian never fl nchtd    while Kilrain was fainting after    this    Corbett’s left •lid ieniy shot out and caught the exchampion over the left eye, drawing blood. The crowd went wild and Kil-rain was evidently disheartened Cornett got in several rib roasters while Kilrain’s leads fell short. H o antagonist dancing away from him. After several clinches Corbett came back with a smasher on his antagonist’s face. KH rain countered and then Corbett brought hi* right around in a hurry and smashed Kilrain fq iare in the nose. In the tfiird round Kilrain was more wary and finally succeeded in getting in blows on Corbett's stomach and chest, bat Corbett did not look punished and got back with a left harder. In the fourth round Kilrain was evidently mad and pushing matters succeeded in reaching Corbett’s neck by swinging his riuht and ribs with tee left. Ile clinched and began the fighting, but lbs rtf dree ordered a break. Kilrain got in several more good body blows, but finally Corbett landed a vicious upper-cut with his right, which raised a lump slightly below Kilrsia’s left eye and immediately after he smashed K Irate on the neck. Kilrain again landed his left on Corbett’s ribs but Corbett with marvelous rapidity succeeded in landing twice on the side and face of the exchampion and getting away The fifth and sixth rounds were marked by brilliant hits on both tiles. Corbett landed a fierce blow squarely on Kilrain’s nose, and after a few further passes time a a? called and the fight was given to Corbett. WILL ABUSH r THS LADIES. W arras ta gwora Oat Agalaat Teas* p#raa«# cra#ad#># for Wroeilai a Baloo#. Sfickabdsvillk. Mo , Feb. 17 —John B-ady, owner of the building wrecked by the temperance crusaders, went to Lathrop to day and swore out warrant* for the arrest of the sixteen participants in the affair, thirteen of whom are women. When the deputy, changed with serving the warrants, arrived, he wa* met by a crowd of one hundred men and women. The deputy has made no attempt lo discharge his duty to-day, but says the warrants will be terved to-mor row. Trouble is anticipated out overlooking or neglecting the welfare of tee general government. _A.    KEB Mo table thouldbe without a bottle of An-1 foetor# Bitten, the world renowned Appetizer of eraulait#    «ew*re    of    emj****. «et«    ___ Death af a A Nora) Propasltloa Chicago, Feb IT —Mayor Crepier tonight signed an ordinance granting the right of way to the Randolph street elevated road after the company had agreed to a novel condition, which is that beginning December I, 1894 the company ahab pay in the city treasury yearly two per cent of its annual gross income, the rate to be increased to three per cent at the end Mf five year* and to Ave per cent at the end of another five years The mayor in ( ff erin sr the proposition to the council for ratification said the time had come when the people at large should receive acme consideration for the valuable rights and privileges granted corporations. Phot lh# Blah# Hof'far Weir City. Kans., Feb. 17— Frank Morgan, atake holder in a race in which a hone belonging to Fred and Charles French was entered, was shot and killed by Fred FrencL to day. The horse came under the wire first but the judge reserved their decision on the race. The French b'other* demanded the stakes and Morgan refusing to give them up was killed. The Frerch boys escaped. Aa J*air u» Mimosa. Special to Tm* Rawk-*t* Carthage, 111., Feb. 17 —Mn. Anna Middleton, wife of W. T Middleton, re tiding some miles east of Czrthage, is a legal heir to the M<" ffet estate in Lindon, valued at forty million dollars. A dispatch from Springfield, Ohio, to day announces that Mrs. Middleton’s brother. William MoffeL a farm hand residing near that place, is one cf the principal heirs. Mr. Middleton tent a lawyer to England some time ago to look up his wife’s interest*. A Fatal Wrack. Wichita, Kas., Feb. 17.—An engine ; and baggage car of the Galveston express plunged through a bridge six miles south of here this more in e. Roadmap ir E. Peters, of Newton, was killed. The engineer and fireman each had a leg ! broken and several passengers were injured. _ na# HlbbawT’a MH*Fh RTtrart TM# Creal# 'Olathe Mood. Trial C# as eity, all being withont money or homes.    louts,    tcd    i*    oamuei    xi    ijatethii--------   .    -.. cable mews from brazil.    !    gb    i    well    known    in    railroad    circles    in    |    dresses    were    made    for    the    state,    but    the New York Feb 17 Cable* received mmlMal Kafir##* Omelet a* St. La Bield) UIS, Feb 17 — Samuel H. on tor*’ na aa ca 4. Chicago, Feb. 17 —The jury ta try the Cronin jury bribers was completed late this afternoon. Brief opening ad- by Grace A Co. from Brazfi to-day quote exchange at 24fi. An unverified rumor has reached here that two of the Brazil- A sore throat or co ifb, if suffered to progress, often result? In ar incur#: Ie throat or J jap ministers have resigned lung trouble. " Brown’e Bronchial Troche*"1 gives instant relief. TA# E#w Otto** carsleal. New Orlahs, Feb. 17.—The carnival! began to-day with the usual festivities. Bex’s entry was as usual a triumphant one. The grand pageant will be held to- FROM OSCEOLA. Marpfcy at W#rk—District C#art—Political Drift. Correspondence of Tbs Hawk-Eyb. Osceola, Feb. 17 —Francis Murphy, the noted temperance revivalist com te; west and f ir the past twenty yetrs I defense waived an opening speech pend* the general agent of the Chicago and I jug the examination of witnesses. After Alton here, died yesterday.    “    ~ —We, Us A Co., Wednesday night. Box office open to-night. Whit# Cape Shoat rn We ma# Frederick, Md., Feb. 17. — White Capa to night shot and fatally wounded Mrs Rebecca Blucher, a white woman who is accused with undue intimacy I with a colored man. No arrests have Baraap.r ii# »s on ta# flood tide of 7, watch position it toe ranched by minced a amies of meetings et this place been made yet. on yesterday which was well attended Hibbard’s “Herb gad $ gnat many signed the pledge and end blood diseases Extract” cares scrofula Se#**A Wonderful Cum.” hearing the testimony of Deputy Clark Lee the court adjourned. Pean’ §o#p secure* a beautiful complex00* FTC# Waste People out of employment can adver-| tise for situations free of charge in Tee Hawk Bye “want" column. Advertise I meat will be inserted twice. We desire j that everyone now out of employi should at least TRY this w* securing work. ;

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