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   Burlington Hawk-Eye (Newspaper) - February 18, 1890, Burlington, Iowa                                THE ESTABLJSHED HAWK TUESDAY FEBRUARY r i THE DEIOCBATS STiii liKlS TROUBLE IK THE HOUSE Many Petitions in the SenateThe Ri cilic Railroad Bills The Worlds Deten tion of American 17 the read ing of the j Carlisle rose and aid that since the 29 h cf January his side of the h use had been protesting every morning against the approval of the journal on the ground that it contained the names cf certain members as present and not List Friday the house had adopted a code of rules providing tor tuch Again the and would protest as an iincjnslilutioDitl but it was a question which could not be dicided in thio atd whenever the proper De cision arnfce it would go to some other It was the purpose of his side of the house to eee that this occasini should be made in such shape as would permit it to be finally and decisively passed he now saw no rcaEoii wby the the form of which the lioust had aright to Bhou d not be approved This was done When the worlds fair committee was calliid of of fered the f resolution lies Thut Thursday and Fnbruiry 20 and 21 aftar the apprjval of th beset aside for general dvbate un worid e fair bills and that avittbj taken on February 24 in thtt manner prescribed by the reso IULIOI Mibrniltcd in the committees re u Itirs the house shall have de other republicans objected to Baynes request The yeas acd nays were taken the passage nf the resulting yeas nays 19no The adjourned with the understanding tbat the bill be taken up on the next suspension TtU Faesiu d hy vjto that a worlds fair shall not be IKid of demanded a sec Tellurs WITC app and the re suit wi 114 8 Mr K Igcr made a point of Thu fipeakur run hip eye over the house nrrl in H few minutes said There are 372 members than a quorum Mr of said tha irty by tellers had not seconded thu ininior tbat it was not competent for the fpoitier to mike a quotum by his gbvo or ppnc 1 Tne op uker that the rule pro vidi d for a count thotc who voted and the nad rteulled in what seemed to be a j rity Mr McMillin insisted that neither the spcsktr r uny other man C3uld asuume th moc c lived werein the house while tie vole was bung If they were not then imd no right tn The fcpetiker hi had announced at the time there were 172 members pres ent by actual count nn one was counted who was not presented at the time the votn waR taken McMillin declared the speaker would not prciumo that every in an was hero when the toilers wore in Tbi speaker reihtd the vote tad been anriojmxil Bluud wished to know by what right the tellers Itift their place before the geutleinuu had voted and the speaker said if the gentlemen di sired to vote the tellers would take their Mr of maintained the thu ruifs n quired a decision by the tell and urguul airaicst the speakers ac Mr Gannon declared the chair had donu bin duty in counting the members to diuorniine the presence nf a quorum It wti un entirely question from a Mr Carlisle maintained the moment the Tilers ordered by the house to take their plncee thn pjwcr of the cuair lo c unt their report He was nut an argument because he wis to seconding the but believed this was the most important cinsnictioii of the and the house should not kurrendor its power to the epciikiT Mr Cannon afked under what rule when had ordered the roil to bi caled ti dii close a quorum wih nit the instruction of the Mr Carlisle replied by citing the rule requiring tDu presence of a quorum be firc thu house bi gins its daily assertrd he never held that he had a right to s iiinriim on the Blr of K said the trouble was thai ibis biiie hat been wrapped round Hm round by cords of legal fiction uutj it was a lifeless as a The spanker suid in this the that if a majority was prtsent lo do bubiners their pren ence was sl thvt was required to make a If tiny declined to their inaction could not be in the pathway of whj diil their duty In this casf the chair counted di ring the vote atd after U and bciuc satisfied of a DIWEE preseated over 240 petitions from chusetts stating that more than gallons of intoxicating liqnors are an nually exported from tbe U ited States to demoralizing the people there snd being detrimental to all legitimate commerce with that people ard prsying that under that section of the canftitu tion which authorized congress to regu late commerce wilh foreign that part of the thing shall be stopped He asked that the petitions be referred tbe committee on education and labor und the careful c msideration of committee on the Chandler presented feveral peti tions from Mississippi complaining of the rappreseion of the republican vote of the stae uf M Sfictiopi and represent ing that the 63 d legislature of sissippi had re c ntly enacted a law es a new c nstitution for the state on the day of August 1890 the came cot to be tubmitted to the po pie for and that it was the avowed purpose of the democrats n em plcy fraudulent methods to deprive many intelligent citizens of their franchise Referred to the committee on aid elections Mr Blair presented peitions signed by 36 000 numbers of the G jn favor of pensions to arm nurses and petitions signed by over 4 persons ia favor of the educational Among other petitions presented were several for per pendon for the remcval of the limitalnn on pension arears and for a bountv to scldiers of the regular army who Eervad in the war towns of not less than three thousan of the Mr from the select committee on Pacific reported back ad versely the two Pacific railroad funding bills referred to ard in lieu of them reported an origical bill on the with two one touching the Uaion I qu rim present to do bus announced 114 nays and the motion I Mr Chnndier took the flior and an nounccd his satisfaction at the conclu slon f the worMs fiir committee work and Imped its report woold ba given im mediate consideration Hitt also urged speedy action on the A motion to suspend the rules and make s special order for the bill resulted yuas 148 nays Blunt demanded the yeas and They resulted yeas nays and the special order was Among the bills introduced were the following By 000 f ir the purchase of a site and the pccticn if an Indian industrial school in N rih By of tbe forfeiture of all lands opposite to unoc cupied sections of railroads for which the land grant was The following resolution was also in troduced By of the term of the pretidect and vice president trom four to tix years and proviliar they shall serve one term only resolution also extends the terms of representatives in congress to three On motion of Perkins the bill for the rolif of the Sioux at Xiefce Korth was passed under a suspension of the Banks called up the bill to provide for the appointment of thirty additional medical examiners for the pension A second was ordered and Banks said the of the interior earnestly recommended the pat sage of the of said the bin d to be a scheme to thirty republicans into offloe without any draft upon the civil service Oannon argued that this class of employes was exceptional and the ap poiateee should aot be subject to the ciTfl aarvioe Springer was for the bill it promised to facilitate the caws Sa invited the repubHcaas to bring on their pension legislation Blonnt defended the sss Pacific indehtedness and the other the Central Pdcific The latter he had bien drafted hv the senator from He explained that the wny tha twci bills were reported back adversely wat that the committee had finally succeeded to its own satisfaction in consolidating these bills in Tne bill coEtaintt the terms of adjustment wilh bath R m the Union Pacific and the Cen tral The rep rts been unari imously adopted by the comtrittee avd the so far as the Union Pacific wa had also bjen unanimously Blair occupied about three but did not close his On motion of Hale the hmse amecd ment to the bill to have the aiatistics o tho mortgaged indebtedness obtained in tbe next census was nonconcurred in Chandler offered a rtsilution which went over till to mnrrow calling un the attorney general for information regarding the recent assassination of United States llaputy Marshall Snundes in The bill authorzing the president to confer the brevet on officers in the United States army for gallant services in Indian campaigns was Ad j ourned WASHINGTON OrdvrtBg tha aaoval of Cattla Ckcrokaa Ontlat Feb president this afternoon issued a proclamation di recting the removal of all cattle frnta srtzing upon what is known as the Caerokee outlet in the norhern part of the Indian Tbe rfmovil muet be completed by the first of October THE WORLDS FATE BILLS The house committee on the worlds fair to day decided to report to tbe houFe a resolution to make a special order for he consideration in ths house nf the fair bills next Thursday and Friday and balloting for the selection of the site next ORDERS OF DISMISAL REVOKED The i by the president to day of the nominations of Mix and Per recovers of pub io moneys De C and Devils Lake North was rendered ntceessry ta correct the trrors committed und r The accounts of th incumbents were said to be shot tnl hey were diemhsed from the but a subsequent icvesticatio thu the arcounts were correct the of dUmisFal were SUFFRAGE ASSOCIATIONS COMBTNBD The throt national womans suffrag Atnerijan W the National and the Nationa American Womens Suffrage association for the same hsve and will be known a the National American Womens Suffrage At a meeting computed 7 f tbe organizations the folliwine nffi were elected Klizibeth Csdy vice presidentat B inthony rrcirding Poster corrfsponding Mice Stone Blackwe Jane H Snafford chairman of the executive Licy A COLUMBUS MEMORIAL Representative of New Jer today introduced a bill to establish a memorial of Christopher Columbus i this The memorial is to consist of a collection of the works of American artists and artisans and a display of the progress of sciences and manufac tures and secondarily of such dippUvt from other countries as can be obtained The bill proposes an appropriation of ore million dollar for the first year and two million during the succeeding TEX LOKO AND BHOKT The senate committee on interstate commerce Wednesday will arrange the investigation called for by Haddocks resolution to in q lire into the working of the long and shrt haul clause of the in terstate commerce act and report hether or not it is responsible in any degree for the present depressed condi tion of the argicultnral interest of the Senator Paddock today said he wants to find ont whether the clause working to the disadvantage cf the Incase the inquiry developed the fact that it is and its repeal cant be secured he will then introduce a bill con tinuing the section of act containing ths tons and short haul dances to authoriz H the interstate conmerce commissions to so regulate the tariff as to tecnre to the producer of food stuffs a reasonable price for his CAPITAL GOSSIP Marshal Miaell and District Attorney cf arrived here today to confer with the attorney general in regard to the administration election laws of that that state and in in regard inhabitants and also not less than fly thousand There are 661 of the formi towns and the extension of the systei to them w uld cost the government lii 171 and 294 of the Kooirin in extending the system to Among estimates laid before the hous today were the following 000 fo the construction nf buildings for a mi tary post in the Yellowstone park 89 00 the expense of openin lard oflWs a PIOTTO and Sjuth Dakote a deficiency approprHtion fo the prevention of the depredations ti public lands for the expense c proection of public lands The communication from the commis siontr of Indian sSsira laid before the house to day makes the number increased in estimates amount needed during th ntxi fiscal year for tbe educating In dian children in Indian schools nt Pierre HUtb increased from 825000 to from 840000 to on account nf the ion cf Icdian 828 000 to 850 000 farmers to each to 175 000 The secretary of war sent to the housi f T an appropriation of 155 373 for the erection of monuments or tablets for tbe markine of the position cf the grave of each cf the commanders in the regular army engaged at JNCIiXS DYiNS FBOX Heavy Mortality OB 01 Feb 17 ports from tne Mille Lacs Icdian reter in advance of the report of the veiling indicate a severe and fatal epiderris of The grip is said to hnva been quite equal to an epdemic of s The head chiefs expecting aid from the govern in response to telegrams sent to but none has An estimate places the deaths at forty to flf Indian Agent of the Devils reservation in North wis interviewfd in this city He eays the destitution among the Indians of that agency has been understated riher thin otherwise If the 83 COD re cently authorized for their relief President Harrison had been delayed there would have been few In liass to have received any benefits there Mere help is imperatively needed Already a numbar of deaths have re suited from 15 Com FIB BULLDOXSitS Intlmtditricf In Ga Feb Thismornirg a Uaiitd deputy marshal went t and arrested seventeen orinineat citizens charged with con sniracy andintimidation against newly arp inted Postmaster Thej br ught the prisoners to Augusta to The cffhers went to Sharon aimed with and prepared for trouble but met with no resistance atd aid iheir weapons The arrest arn b ased on testimony taken by the postofflse BUSINS8S to the of Deputy Marshal Secretary Tnpr advantage of the clear weaker this morning and drove over to the savy His office was ImsnedfatelF besieged by call bott affinal art but he did Hate telegraphed ooasal at Tke the Called far a report innsjvdto the continued of Aiafirirsii schooner dleged inre todty estimate of The Lincoln National at Im Cloied 17 Lin coin National which WBB plundered by Csshier Bard and of about has closid its dcors bj order ol the bank It is re prrted this morning that the defalcation is ranch larger than at first AN IMPLEMENT DEALER LAKCASTSB Pa Feb IT amounting to 000 have been issued Israd L of this city a dealer in agricultural implements and patent The assets will not cover the MERCHANTS GO NEW Ftb woolen made a gen oral assignment without The firm snld largely to peddlers and ra well known all over the United Stiles wherever the peddlers went NomiL a as3ets 35 habilties The CHIPPEWA Wis 17 jamin M liards residence burned las uight lofp insurance blrck of buiidmgs occupied by the Ktrr Furni A hardware asd the ffise burned this Les 120 OfO OMSO Feb 17 businers burned y eaterday morning LOBE COO Drive Oat American ST B rew de parture IB being made in the fresh bctf business if will be thi rceaas of practically driving the Ameri can article out of the market in the provinces There is to arrive here to day from Winnipeg three carloads erf Manitoba carcasses which ran ba put on h9 market at the same figure as Ameii can 8aot to Pn Special to burg lars stttrnpted to rob the house of farmer named John Hegrap led wih them and shot They he seeding several shots after them I then until it had been Tne iext morning one was found dead I democratic in the road and the other badly wounded some distance further THE iTTOHIEY BOWS OPJIOI 01 THE SALARY He Concludes the Auditor Should Honor the Orders of the Tem porary Sp aker for Salaries I both houses to be permanently I organtted in order for the presiding to certify as to the members and I and it would be perfectly legal auditor to issue warrants to such said The corn was referred to Auditor three ballots were taken and then The republicans caucus all bat outlined of i DEB Feu The opinion of Attorney General Stone on the salary question was the one thing which attracted attention in the house session goetdirectly contrary to Auditor Lyoas decision that the auditor of state cinnot issue war rants upon the certificate of the tem porary The attorneygenera discusses the matter at great length and deals with every part of the auditors communication to the basing hif opinion upon the law enacted in 1874 eaeral Stone says The auditors opinion is based upon the idea that this certificate cannot be lawfully recognized until after the houses are per manently or as he puts until each is fully organ zed and clothed with the power ind authority to enact law and itherwise perform the duties of a leisla ve Uarier the statute first above uoted I do cot tbink it is necessary ither tee houe should be permanently rganized before a certificate can be nay The making of this cer ifi iste is not a legislative It is aim Iy tte official act of ths two presiding fikers and is entirely independent ol he will or co operation of the members the It derives its vitality and alidity from the statute already in ex aud no further legislative act i cctesary to secure it The though not permanently organ zed is nevertheless a hiuse within he meaning of the It has been called o crdtr by a peson claiming to be a It has el cted a cleik for the imc being who has received the certifi ate B of election of the members fr Jm which he has made a Persons smtd on this roll have acted under the tatute and have appointed a committee n This committee as rovidtd by law ha reported he list cf members in accordance ith the have taken the oath of fl as The member nip of the house therefore been de ermined In pursuance cf the atatue mpowerirg the body to elect tuch other fficers for the time bsing as may be re It has elected a presiding officer r the time bting who by courtesy and ong usage is deiignated temporary By reason of the inability of to reach a agreement of mindt 11 this has taken much But it has een public Since the election f the temporary Epeakar much time has een consumed in the tff jrt to effect a eminent organization by the thction f i So far the effort has been a ue but it has nevertheless been pub c bueinrsa in which members have cted within the scope of their powers nd at rcust be conclusively presumed as leir conciences They have ot agreed because in the exercise individual judgement and acting pon their own connections upon the ueetion under consideration they have ot been able to bring their minds to This has all been public service erformed by authorized representitives cling upon their own authorized jadg ent as to what was best to bj done in le interest of those who sent them here bty alone are responsible for the re ults of their I do not think that cder the law this service should be ithput remuneration nor do I think at it was intended1 in the statute that he permanent organization of both onses ehculd a condition precedent EMPBESSAffaUSTAffl DEATH AS SHE HAD BEH ffl DUttlfl nkaXy ndenee of Tn court Judge R Lewis The docket for the term con nine ninetyeight four criminal Tne Uw county are complaining of sse nf litigation and are wish ing for a borm in that Senator Joel Stewart is here visiting bis He predicts that Iowa lias gone republican for the last time and that the democrats will hold out in the deadlock as long sg the republi Deputy County Treasurer John son and wife left on a trip to New Ov eana last They will visit in St Lonis on their proprietor of the hotel will leave ths week for Das Koines with he will en gage in conducting the Aborn house Carroll has for mary years hid R reputation as a caterer to the public and make a success of this Mulliton succeeds a partial After discussing IB matter still further the opinion closes s follows Impelled by the foregoing intidt rations I reach the conclusion iat in order to give legal potercy to the ertirlcate of two presiding officers it is ot necessary that both or either the houses should be in ate of permanent aid iat tte certificate signed by as president of the and L as temporary pecker of the is lawful authority o the auditor of state to issue warrants o members and officers of the two houses 3 provided in the section of the statute rtt quoted in the Just befnre supper Auditor Lyons sked whit he was going to do in the He said he had not heaid the pinion had not seen it nor xamiced it and he could not ate what course cf action he would The members say if he persists in his ourse they will institute mandamus pro eedings to compel him to pay their sal The republicans of the house ere caucusing the greater part of the ay and towards evening prepared a reposition for the They ould not public the conditions presented to the SmallPox IB SAN Tex 17 re pars from the smallpox districts alorg the Rio Grande show an appalling mcr tslity list On a ranch in Duval county 147 out of 150 persons employed were stricken with the disease and sixtyfive of them There is a scarcity of curses and Shot Tonight called at the store of Feldeman and asked to see his who has been separated from him far some When she appeared Laval fatally shot both her and He refuses to make any ex Free samples of Miles Restorative Nervine at Wittes drug store Cores Sleepless Wavta B Fib 17 government has decided to ask parliament to renew the vivendi in view of the dis posal of the government to negotiate for settlement of an difficulties between the two This statement comes from the minister or taw All are entitled to the best that their money wfll so every family should at a bottle of the best family 60c and bottles by all leading drug M Kate aged employed in the stocking worki at Pennsyl was scalped and horribly mvngled this morning by her catching in the knownmud Complexion Po Powder Oat wfll Improro tag to ADDITIONAL SKNATK The following bills have been filed since the last installment was given By Matoon Creatinga boarrt of school onok commiisionxra and providingfor fur nish it teTt ay Bull Furnishing an nbridged pam pblettditlonof laws tor teacben 1 67 Fuck Ameodtnrtheoodein relation to rvparts of erpeows cf criminal tiin 113 By Due pun To punish etc in fire insurance By SCOOT at La normal Br B Amending section chap ter of sventeenth general lue By Wfidman Creatingb ard of school book c mm s ioneri and providing for f ur nehtnr By Bj Kent appropriation bill tor Fort Medison 109 Bj Finn amending the law providing lor the of a soldiers mon ument Br Barrett Offeringbounty for wolves killed in Bi repealing present 1quor IIKS aid fntctling license suUbtute 1 i By Haschett Amendingsection cdecflH3 1 Bj Htnh Amending of the tyKcon4 general uteoibly grantingad ditional poweg to By Pairott Creating an Insurance de partment By BIT ett D fining Uabtity of are in surance compel By Amending the election Bv Veserver Begulating charges by eeoing cnr BrXowat ApproorUtion Mil for the for the blind at By Feifciiu Authorising to credit Fremont county on account of cchool lord acd county 87 Schmidi Anihorizmr cities to orsan nt der special charters to eaUbBsh boards of public By Schmidt IstatdlsUnr and govira DtLtlloui and boldor By Dodge RBgnlitingaleeplcgcareom By Clyde a substitute for section sn of the By Clyde PrerentiBaforfMiure of ia snnuiec in eertatB By Clyde To pietmt the use of lan gaage calculated to came braaca of TAX DAT AT OXe DBS afternoon in the house Shelton temporary elected deck in plan of will doubtless new him here and promises to make o first class Brvtca Special to THI Feb 17 town is greatly eicuid over a fiendish crime per petrated here Saturday night Two named Cullom and Jne entered the house of a widow lady named Moore and subjected her to inhuman indignities and then compelled her to sit up all night on a chair while they occupied her bi d They were ar rested and waived preliminary examina The grand jury ia in session here and they are held in bonds of SI 000 eaca to await its The crime was so revolting that threats of lynching are reely induged in by the friends of the iajured Muray Gta Tan Spocial to THE MODLTOX Io jury in he trial of at for tbe murder of a man named Tipton at Houltpn last December yesterday brought in a verdict cf murder in the second degree A motion for a new trial was overruled and the convict sen enned to ten years imorisonment in the Madison A Special to THI MOULTON I has come tbat Dr Urich was shot and killed by an officer who was about to arrest him for some The shooting took place south of in Patnam on Special to TBI man by the name of David DAVIS is now under arrest in Centerville for shooting Dick Hendron on the while watering his BsUIiBOAD Bovtraor BoeK who restfnedv The opinion of the attomer jeaeral osi Auditor Lvons communication refoalnr war rafosinrt fltcitecit After leiand DBS Feb 17 C C Nourse began two suits against the Hack Island in the Polk county court yester day that will test provisions of the present railroad They arebroueht By direction of Lirrtbee for the foifeiture of llflO a day for failure the as rtqiiredb7 the gross receipts and expenditures of the road upon the lines or the value of said lines in The Rock Wand did furnish a but it was a state ment of the business of the entire over three thousand milts in length and lying in Kinaas and other states The governor thinks the law contemplate that the statement of the business and value of the roads should be confined to the state lines and the taxes and classifi cations based upon a strictly lowan The Rack Island and other roada declined to furnish the rtqitred and bised their refusal upon the ground hat their books are not kept in such a manner ss to indicate the figures desired MKKTTJSG THB ILLINOIS CENTRAL S CUT Feb 17 Western Feight association voted todav to re duce the rates from CMc go to Kinsas City and Omaha to a basis of sixty oer hundred for taking effect on the 23d The action taken to meet the redaction of the Illinois Cen tral to Sioux The association refused to authorize a reducsd rate to Sioux thus putting upon the Illinois Central the responsibility of breaking down the Missouri river rates in violation of the IOWA IN Htm OVKR Clinton a sevenyear old by was run ovfr and fatally hurt while biarding a moving train Sunday Huso man twentytwo years of hanged himself at Despondency result ing from sickness was the SWEDISH LTJTHKBAN The Swedish Lutheran conference of Iowa consists of 58 26 ministers and 15 COO church A NEW Illinois man named Hempton has patented a useful vehicle brake and named it the Keokuk Carriage It will be extensively manufactured io A IiANDOyyicK Kse kuk and Western havebeen doing a land ffflca business the past ten days from Junction to One hondred passengers from Monl She Declines to Recognize the Fact that Even Empresses Moat Grow OldIn the era Foreign painted woman in a coffin That is the strange thing we have lately had in the German capi tal To make the fact still more start ling than any conceit of she was the deceased Empress Your correspondent has investigated care and the truth is as here for the firat time told for although already discussed in the inner court cir Without bsing absolutely an im perial the empress de cliaed to the last ID recognize the fact that even empresses must grow All that the arts of the toilet could do to iida the ravages of the years was and an elab orate series of halfnigs preserved a semblance of youth almosS to the and enabled the empress to indulge in the not very harmful vanity which was one of the few pleasures of her not very happy She kept up these artifices through her last and her toilet attendants found their duties not in the east Nat only but a lew days before her death she erg jined hem to prepare her for burial ia the same She chose the wig to be interred as welt as every detail of the final toilet and was particular to make them promise to leave on her face the lints of their As the Empress Augusta lay in her the loveliest flowers lay around and shewss covered with a gor geous cloak of saffron sUin edged with alaca veil covering her brow and head But through the film of Uce a wig of bright brown hair was visible t was one which she had worn for a vear and it completely crvered the scant white locks which were left to her by nature ia her extreme old An artfully managed dim light fell on tha buG to the comparatively few who were permitted to gaze it the penciling of ths the blacking of the the faiat tinge of piak in the cheeks and the red of the lips were all as they had bean colored by a skillful one the Murdy Centerville being the were counted in Tipton trial at A Nmw CHUHCH new S church at Mew will be dedicated March of the Iowa Wesleyan TJni The second q larteriy conference of the Montroee cicaitwill beheld at the same place March at ten oclock in the morning TBAMFS tramp element is being rapidly developed by the warm weather and frequent complaints come of brutal treatment received at their hands ty un protected farm AC a tramp went to the house begging and when given any threw it and refused swore he would burn the house A PLTJCXT fouryearold daughter of Wilson of felt into a deep well Thursday last and was rescued with much difficulty after being in the cold water for soms The water was ten feet deep but the lit tle thing hold its head abrve the surface by grasping a close line which the f ran tice mother had lowered to If sugared to pro often In throat or Bmnft Bronchial Knr carnival began today with the usual Bexs eatrrvM a triumphant one The grand pageant wfll be halt to JTOBSIQX Parncll Aika for Information Bastard IBS CommUsloni the commons to day Pdrnell asked for information as to the governments intentions regarding the report of the special Parnell commis the government said that the government in tended to ask the house to adopt the re port and to thank the commission for its just and impartial The debate on the address in reply to the speech from the throne was re William OBrien declared that tha nationalists have grown stronger under During Balfour1 term of offlce as secretary for Ireland had been subscribed by the people to carry on the objsct of tha Quiet still prevaled everywhere and the na i nalists Russell attacked the saying they now begin to spatter praise on the Gladstonites whom be fore they had covered with the worst Probably the pr sa clause in the crimes act was but in other respects coercion had assisted to restore and maiatain order in PBBSS COMMENTS 17 Pall Mall Ga zette says the ministers would like to bury the report of the Parnell commis sion fathoms but after the speech of the attorney general in the commons lait week it is difficult to see how they can escape making a In reeard to the effort the Gaz tte de clares 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 dacide what to do with the It is impossible for them to shelve DEATH OP SIR LOUTS LOi gut Honorable Sir its B the well known on commercial died to day of j iflierzv DEMASD MORK LONDJ 17 hundred thousand miners in Great Britain have decided to adhere to their demand for an increase of ten per cent in their and it is probable the men will DOM PEDROS ILLNESS INCREASES Feb 17 Paria correspin dnnt to the News says Dom Pedros nervous disease increases and partly un hinges his He lives in daily ex pectation of being recalled to rule Brazil and does not realize the precarious state nf hia own He refuses to re duce the imperial suite and mak tains expenses on A ICEBTTSS OF LIBERALS Fab socialists at tacked a meeting of liberals at Liege nitz The police interfered and many persons were BOULAUGISTS were held in a number of divisions Sunday for mambers of the chamber of Naqnet and two whose election was quashed by the chamber last again head the poll in the divisions of the Seine depart but second ballots are Balsly polled within 109 votes of Boulangists Revest and Laure are reelected in three divisions of ia reelected in the first division of the re reiving against for Goblet HEWS PROM THB BAR Feb steamer Zialandia brings advices from Sydney up to January 23 and Auckland to Jan uary Queensland was visited by sev eral severe storms early in January re sulting in serious floods wbich caused several and much loss to A fire in Sydney Christmas day destroyed the sheds of the Tannanian Steamship companys causing a loss of The new year ia remarkable in Aus tralia for the many fatal one of the most prominent being the collapse of a hotel in Sydney in which two peo ple were buried ia the ruins and The condition of the unemployed at Sydney is becoming On a re cent night five hundred men and women were counted assjsBp in the parks of the an being withont money or CABKB mWS TROM Kxw received by flraee A from Braxil today quote exchange at unverified rumor has reached here that two of the Braxfl iaa ministers have donned the blue Murphy ia one of the most pleasing and captivat ing talkers now on the Than is quite an awakening upon the subject of temperance here which is needed to put a stop to the abominable bootleMing business which has had pretty dear sail ing for some time past among the yonnt men and Our district court is now in session with Judge Henry on the Very little business has been done because litigation has fallen off very mnch here ia the last two yeirs Judge Henry this morning pronounced sentence in the case of the State Fred in dicted He is a boy of sixteen rears of his parents being Terr highly There were two cases against him in one the judge imposed a ine of 1500 and one days imprisonment n the and the other a TOO fine and one days im prisonment to stand suspended in each ase if the fine is There was a petition signed by ninety eight citisens and leading men presented to judge asking a nominal punishment so fir as ha imprisonment was It was reported last week that the democratic bretheren here in obedience o instructions from Ashbv and his democratic colaborers at Des Moints were circulating petitions against Sena tor but dTigent inquiries among epublicans from all over the county Tailed to elicit the fact that any such petitions had been presented to them up o and it is not likely that the matter will be as the republicans here are practically unanimous for A New Dlije Hie Capital CorntvoBdenoe of contest ver the rules has been a rare Un able to allege any good reason why the iroposed code should not be the democrats have spent most of their time n denunciations of Speaker Reed and in teclaiming against rulings he made be ore the committee on rules Looking down upon the listening o their your correspondent is eminded of a set of school boys pelting stone wall with paper wads it amuses he while it does no injury to the So their denunciations cf Speaker led do him no but it discloses to he country his strength and his worth A minister said to me today that the cry of the democrats for and their action since the proposed code was sub reminded him of the Israelites when they murmured against eating and cried out for fl ah to eat for hardly had the quails been provided for hem than they discovered that they had surfeit of Speaker Raed today received an anonymous communication in which he writer said the action of the demo crats in the house reminded him of one of Lincolns stories in which he told ibout a man traveling on board a teamer on the Mississippi He Iropped an apple upon which he rushed to the captain and wanted him o stop the boat until he could recover lis The democratic party finds ta the control of the legislation if the has been dropped over and is now asking that the bust nesa of the country shall be stopped un it may recover it If the people from Iowa visiting here become at all acquained with the prevailing sentiment about he in the departments and among the people from all parts of the do not become it will be rom no fault of They hear on ill sides that the senior senator from heir state ia destined to be the next No wonder the people of hat state admire him and insist on his e to be his own ienator Allison ia the favorite in the re lorters gallery on the floor of the senate has more friends and fewer enemies ban any man who has served half tie length of time he while by the loliticians and all classes he is looked ipon as one of the ablest and safest men iow in public At the other end of the Iowa men command no less Bender ons speech to day on the rules furauhes he topic of conversation among groups n tha in the corridors and in the ommittee When he drew him elf up to his full height and The entleman from Kentucky Csruth who recedcd me in a noble burst of elo says they want a chance for neir white The republicans want chance for their black and undir le constitution and laws of the country ley are going to have itl he was reeled with a round of applause that as been accorded to no other member who has spoken on the Your own is spoken f on all as the peer of any man on lie His services on the committee n ways and of which he ishon red with a is recognized y every member of that most important as well as by all who have ppeared before it in behalf of the vari us lines of it necessarily has nder and by those wto lave simply attended their meetings t j sten to their as invaluable le shows an acquaintance with all the mportant questions of the that urprises even those who had expected much from No member of the ouse works harder or more hours each ay than he His mail is simply and rare is the evening that he a not engaged fom seven oclock until midnight or in replying to his cor He has a but it is or hard and well it seems to be ppretiated by his se well by an who have business dealings with Dolliverwill be heard from tonight efore the republican club at DaUnon New At least he is booked or a speech there and when he oes speak he is alwavs sure of having a large an audience composed ot only of those who hear bat of all the newspaper venders of the land Iowa Mas the further distinction of taving accorded to two of its hairmanships of house lenderson being chairman of the com mittee on militia Strubfe being chair man of the committee on id Conger being chairman of the com mittee on weights and With such men on deck no fears need be elt that the interests of the state wfil not be carefully looked after and irndantly attended and that too with out overlooking or neglecting the welfare of the general government Ho tabla skooldba without a botUaof ASK of esaiaigsleale ffissml well known in railroad circles ia ha west and for the past tweiaty jesn the general agent of the Chtafoaad Alton died offlce opesi andrataOF is aeenssd with SQUARE IN1 or BETS ra mi OF nun u ail loom The New PlfOntfe Star Athletic Teacher the Olympian Clah at AdeUrmMe IxhOttlamaf ArU KMW Cor a teacher of the Olympian club at 3an beited Jake Kilraln in a six round conteet for a pone of at the Southern Athletic club night Kilraia agreed to knock Corbett out in six bat was outfought at every Corbett U a giant young well and regarded in the west ae the coming worlds He has never been Kilraii stated hie weight at between 201 and 805 He did not look very Cjrbett stands six feet one and one half inches and weighs 188 but looks the well known cotton was The fight was one of the best ever seen here and Corbett is a He has a long reach and the referee allowed no close In the fiist round Kilrain made several slugging which Corbett clev erly evaded and in return smashed hisop ponet in the face and stomach He was as quick as a flash in getting out of the way cf KUrains after much feinting and clinching giirahi to get in a good right hand mvh on neck but the latter wssnot much He countered y with his left on KUrains The round ended with Kilrain looking much Corbett opened up the second round with a rattling left hander on KUrains face which made that gentleman start Tn return he planted a vicious smashed on Corbetfs neck but the Californian never flinched whUe Kilrain KM tenting after this Corbetfs left suddenly shot out and caught the ex champion over the left drawing The crowd went wild and Kil rain was evidently Cor bett got in several rib roasters while Kil rains leads fell His antagonist dancing away from After several clinches Corbett came back with a smasher on bis antagonists Kil rain countered and then Corbett brought his right around in a hurry and smashed Kilrain square in the In the tnird round Kilrain was more wary and finally succeeded in getting in blows on Corbetfs stomach and but Corbett did not look punished and got bsck with a In the fourth round Kilrain was evi dently mad and pushing matters suc ceeded in reaching Corbetfs neck by swinging his right and ribs with the left He clinched and began the but tha ref wee ordered a Kilrain got in several more good body but finally Corbett landed a vicious uppercut with his which rajsed a lump slight ly below KUrains left eye and immediately after he smashed Kilrain on the Kilrain again landed his left on Corbetfs ribs but Corbett with marvelous rapidity succeeded in landing twice on the side and lace of the ex champion and getting The fifth and sixth rounds were marked by brilliant hits on both Cjrbett landed a fierce blow squarely on KUrains and after a few farther passes time wa called and the fight was given to Corbett WILL ABIUSr THJt Wamatta Swan Oat Acatawt Taaa tor raaaiaa John owner of the building wrecked by the temperance went to Lathrop today and swore oat for the arrest of the sixteen participants in the thirteen of whom are When the chaged with serving the he was met by a crowd of one hundred men and The deputy has made no attempt to discharge his duty but says the warrants will be served tomor Trouble is A 17 Cregier to night signed an ordinance granting the right of way to the Randolph street elevated road after the company had agreed to a novel which is that beginning December the company shall pay in the city treasury yearly two per cent of its annual grow the rate to be increased to three per cent at the end five years and to five per cent at the end of another five The mayor in offering the propo sition to the council for ratification said the time had come when people at largo should receive some consideration for the valuable rights and privileges granted Frank stake holder in a race in which a hone belonging to Fred and French was was shot and killed by Fred French The horse came under the wire first but the judge re served their decision on the The French brothers demanded the and Morgan refusing to give them up was The French boje Aa BUr Mlllieae aneelal to Anna wife of re siding some miles east of it a legal heir to the Mnffet estate in valued at forty million A dis patch from today an nounces that Middletons William Moffet a farm hand residing that ie one of the pnndpsl Middleton sent a lawyer to Kagland some time ago to look up hie wifes Wveesu andbajwage ear of the Galveston a press plunged through a bridge six sooth of here RoadaUftas of was engineer sad fireman each had brokem and several passengers swiavra mat Cesav jury theCronin jury bribers WMC walnd infthoexaaUaeriomef   

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