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Burlington Hawk-Eye (Newspaper) - February 20, 1890, Burlington, Iowa THE BUEIINGTN ESTABLISHED THUBSDAY FEBRUARY PUCK 15 Com FSB Wi IOWAS FilM LEBISUWE DEABLOCI flllLLT The Democrats Get the Republicans the lerk and All Im portant THE I CAPITOL V Dxs Iowas famous legislative deadlock is at listboken When the house met this morning the democrats wanted time to consider the republican proposition made eo an adjournment was taken until this The proposi tion in at 1 The democrats to have speaker and second assistant 2 The republicans to have speaker pro chief first assistant en grossing enrolling file bill osBistant ser d six assistant two I E ckfcideto have one paper folder and f iur 4 The n publicans to have first choice of landing committees and choose tVdnrrmprtitH to huve nenond choice and choose ibe remainder of to he divided tbe republicans to have flrrt choice the parly choosing sucli committees to have a majority of one in each including tbe cither party to have the right to nnmeibe chairman and the member ship of ail Ihu committees chosen by r All investigative and special com millets 10 he Ktverally divided unless otlinrwiHu ordered Ci Tii came committees to have clerks as MH y nad them ia the twentysecond 7 of committees to be miflo by a committee composed of seven if eucii early to the roppaclive Tun in nvinruts it once went into cau run Th y dtciin 1 to accept the propo eition if itif republicans would concede them two cnn The repub hen iu 11 W went into caucus to con sider the The democratic caucue anker tlie in addi Jon to con ceding tbu two to give up tne p two doorkeep mid the engrossing The re antwered that they could mHke the raKiifications desired and present tinin to the republican caucus ae a give or ciioc and the republicans won 1 bind to onesidc or iin When the house was called to at a recess of an hour was taken to give the democrats time to con sider the After a short delibera tion the democrats accepted the republi can and the house was again csllvd to order and an udjjurnment taken til thin At Uu evening after rome pre liminary diEcueeiun and adoptauce of the reuoliiiion it was thought best HU have a voce vote on the offi Wlen the roll was called consid eriibk iipplauao was manifested when Ihu Ural republican on the roll voted for which was recalled as noted republican leaders voled the same way Thus the onu hundred and thirty seventh bull1 a roBulert in Hamilton receiving ninntythree rules Mr moved a committee con Rinlng of J of and of be appointed to otcori Hamilton to the saying worn memhprs of the house during the Hussion of 1838 The long suspense roiivved and I bo pentup enlhutiitsm broke as Hnmilton was very feel ingly sworn in by Mr Hamilton in taking the chair said iificr io long drawn out contest he would not make any extended remarks Ho wished to thank the of his party for their faithfulness and and also thanked the repub licaas in feeling He said all the ho would make would be to net fairly aud hinnstly to the best of hie and trusted the house would bear with hm as it was human to err After tho introduction and adoption of a resolution of thanks to Temporary Booiiker by Wilsor of who the republican candidate fur arose and briefly thanked the republicans for the gallant fight they had made in bio behalf and exposed hii gratification thai the deadlock had been broken and glarl lhat ihe long battle had engen dord no bitter and in the namnnf the people of Iowa presented T Hsnrllun with an elegant ebony gav I Dtmilton was quite taken back and thnnkedthe gentleman in n thirt f pei ch The election of thr remainder of iha was proceeded rrrsulting f Speaker pro Silas Wilson fhof Hunry first asnistaui J A Shoiton second a W H IKhli eagrotring ive enrolling Mis Luoy PnrtiK E sergautBt 6 Znn bill Miss Kiltie Jordan flic Stenor ifflnirs were sworn in and the rules of general assemblv until the rules can be reported upon A j int rcsoluiin calling fora jiint scsti n tomorrow to the vote for governor and lieutenantgovernor wae SENATE pss MOINES Feh 9 the senate this Hfluruoon H treh introduced joint resolution asking f r the appointment of a commission to investigate com Woolson presented a report thu committee on It was placed on file and will be acted upon Petitions on the senatorial question wore the compromise a republi can victory of no nncertaia After the action of tha cast yesterday and this morning the democrats had to accept tka proposition or stand in the light of again obstructing the of tha While outwardly they exprees great joy at the result aad speak of the victory of their ride aad aay they gained the their inward feeling is much different They are not satisfied aad began to realise that if any party hat achieved any advantage whatever is tha it is the re Tha Btembats OB their aide do not look cheerful or and many openly expressed tbe belief that they have bought the speakenhip at much too great a While they have claimed that they were making tbe fight fir all thty have succeeded in galling is a little empty glory as the manpower of the speaker has been taken that of formulating the committees and thus controlling any leg The safeguards thrown around this are MICH that it amounts to but While to some it may appear ihe have been compelled to yield the tpetkenhip and have virtually at o raplUhed nothing by a continuance of the deadlock but to those who are well informed and who have closiJy watched this longdrawn battle another view presents Had tbe parly submitted to the demands of the democrats in the start they would n t have received the recognition they Bjw have First they compelled the democrats to forego any attempt to un the representatives on the ground of unconstitutional apportionment next by standing firm they have gained virtual control of the legislature they stand unquestionably in the position of being that party who recog nize the of the people as pars mount and above party that po litical glory should be subserviant to the work they have been eent here to per Any advantage that there may be in having the speaker is more than cff set by the republicans having five of the important About all there is left for the speaker to do is to pound on the board and cry TEE imoraiTMi m IDILBBTDIS rniuc nnuoi acmsm A BBTB Special to large and commodious barn cf Oeorge Jamisons here burned last night about nine oclock with all its includ ing four valuable thirty or forty tons of bushels cf SOD bushels of corn and a large amount of farm The cause of the fire is not Tne two hired hands had been in tie barn not over two hours previous to the fire with a lantern attending to tbe but they were very one holding Ihe lantern while tbe other did he They had tUo been in the v ard not more than an hour before the fire There was said to be no insurance on the barn the policy expiring about thirty days since with the Burlington The size rf the barn was tb ml 50x80 nicely arranged and nil Estimated loss between end ti 000 Fb 19 being uneasy about his who was bitten by a dog last and feeling it his duty to do whatever he can to pre vent telegraphed to the postmaster at Central Linn asking if there wag a madstone at in that as reported in the papers some years and received a reply saying that Or of lias a Worst took his boy today for treatment by Ktb William capiialidt and prominent died suddenly this morning of heart disease IN FAVOB OF FUKK Special to DBS republi cans have appointed as their committee to make selection of the they are entitled to Head and The democrats selected Day ton and The selection will be made The republicans have about determined on the the following suppression of intemperance lists and ways and One or two at the above list maybe A committee on inauguration waa ap pointed which win cooperate with the aenate committee and deride in the morning npon what will be The general impression ia that I next Thursday will be fixed for the time I Meanwhile visiting an to be appointed and make their tjjp before A JCKPVSUCAW iBtcmtlBST Interview Wllk B VB Tri bune Hpecia Governor 1 who is a memoer of the ways and means in an interview on the sugar question says We have protected Louisiana sugar ever since we ac quired the and have paid out in dutits in eighty years something like of which over 30 per cent is direct tax owing to the fact that we do not produce ever 8 or nice per cent of the sugar used by the American and we are directly de pendent on foreign countries for a sup ply of this article of prime necessity to every family in our It we could produce the sugar we use I should be in favor of protecting as I would any other home and it me that as a century of protection has shown that we from lack of climatic compete with sugars that are produced nearer the tropics than we the time has come to give our people free I am also in favor of largely reducing the differential or discriminating duties which have existed ever since the foun iation of our government between raw and refined If we can do this we shall accomplish two it would give us sugar 75 per cent lower than we get it now it would up the trust root and I do not know whether the other members of the committee will come to my way of but I hardly expct to see sugar put on the free We shall probably make a compromise and give a bounty for the of sugar in this Another member of the committee oaid that he thought a compromise on ihe sugar question would be reached on which the duty would be put a little lower than that in the aenate On the question of taking off the to bacco tax there is also some difference of Governor G jar isnt in favor nf taking the tax cff inbacco and It is probable that the committee wi 1 not have iu bills ready by March at was anticipated WBTBW IBT KACTAB Feb 19 the state convention of republican league President of head of the national in an mentioned same of Msjor William Warner aa a proper candidate tor governor This met with great favor acd in reply to loud calk Ms j ar Warner made a brief address bat did sot refer to the nat of is connectiOB with Thuntons Bt Feb IB train bear PffoeeadiBgsA Bill Ap as Aaostaat Secretary of War Is tbe Special to THB im portant of the house com mittee on public buildings today was the order of a favorable report on the bin to increase tha appropriation for a public building at Burlugton Favorable reports were also ordered on the following public building bills One increasing ths appropriation for the building at Milwaukee by Fre increase and ISO of chairman of the committee on gtve notice that he would call up the West Virginia contested elec tion case of Atkinson Pendleton for next Under the call of committees A of from the judiciary committee cilled up the bill to divide the judicial district of North Dakota into four divis the sessions of conns to be held in Grand Fargo aad Devils The bill was as was the corresponding senate bill with amendments providing for the diviei n of Siiuth Dakota into three the sessions of the courts to be held at Sioux Pierre and Sherman called up the bill to pro vide for the and places of holding the United States courts in the districts of Minnesota and it was also passed with the amendment The senate bill authorizing the presi dent to c infer the brevet rank upon army officers for gallant services ia the Indian campaigns since 1867 At the house went into a committee of the whole with of in the on the bill to provide for an appointment of an assistant secretary of After some debate the bill was favorably reported from the conrnittee of the whole to the house and the Okla homa bill was then taken Hooker gave notice that he would move to ptrike out all of the bill after section 25 providingfor a judicial system for the Indian said the bill proposed a grand robbery quailed in tbe history of civilization only by the spoliation of Washington declared the bill vio lated no property rights of the in his there could be no greater crime against civilization than to leave ninety thousand people in a terri tory without any government at Perkins said there waa not a single provision in the bill whca infringed on the right of the Morey said the bill should include all the IndHn terri tory there was no necessity for a division of lhat magnificent The were the only nation object ing to the extension of the territorial of and it was a signifi cant fact that not an Indian appeared to The men who had appeared before the committee protesting against the inclusion of the Cherokee lands in the new territory were all white Springer briefly maintained the ab solute right of the government to the land embraced within tho Oklahoma He said there was not an Indian living on the outlet and the lauds were Itased to a cattle At this point the committee rose and the house adjourned THB The presidents message transmitting the agreement recently made with the Sisseton and Wahpjton bands of Sioux Indians for cession of their lands was presented and referred to the committee on Indian Among the bills reported from the committees aad placed on the calendar were the following For the inspection of meats for exportation and prohibiting the importation of adulterated articles of food and For the relief OT wom en enrolled as arm from the interstate com merce reported a preamble and resolution reciting an allegation that by reason of excessive freight rates on the lines of railroads the great section of country lying between the Ricky moun tains and the principal food distributing centers in the east is unable to market its food products and to obtain for them the actual cost of and directing the committee to investigate such allega lion and report to the senate whether such rates are reasonable or unreason and whether the reduction of such rates is prevented or hindered by reason of any provision of the interstate com merce act and whether a more stringent enforcement of that act is practicable and would remedy tbe evil complained The resolution was ejrreed The resolution heretofore offered by calling on the attorney gen eral for information at to the assassina tion of Deputy United States Marshal in was taken up and proceeded to address the sen ate in explanation of the facts and cir cumstances of the Pisco had not concluded his address when the hour of two oclock arrived and the educa tional bill came up at unfinished busi yielded the floor to of OB whose motion the senate fora publicbuilding at Fort was taken from tha calendar and calling attention to the fact that this wst the fourth public building bill pasted for Iowa this The senate bill establishing customs collection districts to consist of North and South Dakota was and Blair then retained hit argument in favor of tha educational bilL Without con cluding Blair yieldad for the executive after which the senate CAPITAL The home committee on patents pre seated a favorable report npon the bill providing for tka appointment of repre sentatives OB the part of the United to theiatcmatioaal iadnitrial con Prttaburg rt was tf ctock togh quartan kit toy la the Af tar a light lunch tka weary executive retired for the All areeatitlad to tka beat that tkair money win to every fssffly should a botUa of tke beat fatafly ooMtivB or oilioOiV Jfor Mlt EOc and KM bottiat by all leading drug atata TOU of M to adopted tha Aaatraliaa election systsam sad ttakasjia BBBMBB bffloffaiaga bonaty dsiteff fka snt fiva yaaa for dution congratulating tka people of Bra sUn tkair of republican form of and for the relief of tuSereta by the wreck of the United Nipsic at The accompanied by repre aad Professor Lsagley and Asdiaw left ken ataooBtoday for PUttburg to attend theopeaingof tka frea library at Alle gheny City ttMBoaow pobUc lands jdey BBasisjoaalj agreed to report favotaWytkabfllto taptal tka timber oftka today a telegrasfto tha teffjateraadiaoanarof tka laad cffiae parttittiig sttl aay lands neastiy acqaiiad frota tkeBloaxIadiaat BanOal aot at tka tfateof aDot ably amended to make tke pension a month instead of TBS OOBTOPBIt LABO The house committee on agriculture today a hearing on tke legislation proposed by tke Conger and Butter worth bOlt to regulate the manufacture and of compound lard and the taxa tion of the product of represent ing the of the Conger asked the committee to report it favor ably to the Alexander representing the National Grange of Hus addressed the committee in be half of the He read resolutions of the National Grange and from planters in the south declaring in favor of legislation to prevent the adulteration of food and The interest of the Farmer in the subject lies in the Wedderburne that he can produce only pure and he suffers by com petition with the adulterated the manufacturer of which is destroying his commerce in this article with foreign The Conger bill he said would protect the cotton teed raisers of the Colonel of worthy master of the National Grange Patrons of said the subject of adnl erated goods had been considered in the for several years and it had endorsed the Conger Victor E of a member of legislative committee of ihe National closed the hearing n behalf nf the advocates and George of Armour opened the case for the He asserted that compound lard is not an adulteration but an economic and mcri torious mingling of lard with other pure substances The ingredients are prime ilesm cotton seed oil and beef star His firm puta the compound lard on the market branded by its proper He said there was not enough pure ard made in the United States to meet be The people do not ask for his legislation and Webster predicted f it be enacted into a law it would oper as has done the oleomargarine The manufacture of the article increased while the price of butter waa never so If legislation of this character is o be passed he favored the Faulkner till in the senate for a pure food division the agricultural department Hecry representing the Southern Cotton Seed Oil said he effect of tbe bill woud be o kill the manufacture of compound ard unless it can be shown hat compound lard is composed leleterioua injurious to pub ic there is no reason for placing t under government Aa mat er of fact compound lard is less likely o be tainted by animal diseases than ure Legislation of this character s dangerous in its resulting in building up one industry at the expense of The bill would destroy the temand for cottonseed placing a double burden upon the people of the sction in which that was Adjourned until next TBK RlOrjX AGREEMENT In transmitting the Sioux agreement to he senate today the president says this greement a departure from the erms of the general allotment act in at east one gives to each member of the tribe one hundred and ixty acres of land without regard to age r while the general law gives that mount only to biada of There he serious objections to the MIS adopted in the general eereci liy in applications to married but if the basis of the agree ment is it he be result in some cases where here are large families of minor chil in excessive allotments to a single Touching the question of piy ment by the Ucied 8tstts of annmtfe orfeited by the act of tbe president tilnks this should not have been cohsid red in connection with the negotiation the cession nf these lands and savs he forfeiture declared by that actun included the annuities of certain ndians guilty of no and who rnn ered good services in the army during he late WOHAKS BTOTRAGK At the meeting of the National Ameri Womans Suffrage association today eports were received of the progress of he cause in various The topic iir the morning was The attitude of his association toward political iddresses were made by r South of of Olympia of and thers The general sentiment was that he association should urge its righUu em an da upon all political parties bu hould eater into an alliance with THE COSTESTED BUCTIOB The majority report in the Atkinson fourth West Virginia con holds that Atkinson was elected and the minority holds that Pendleton is intitled to the raSSJDKKTIAL KOSnSATIOHS The president today sent to the senate he following nominations Levi B to be pension agent at Milwaukee prpd receiver of public moneys at Des Iowa supervisors of cen F for the ronrth d strict for the F fth district THB of at SnoDttBS at report of United States Marshal of regarding the recent killing of Deputy Marshal at in that wss made public It is substantially the tame story given in these dispatches on the night of the Wi being in that Sannders was invited out to drive by two men named McFarlin and with the onner of whom he had before had trouble over the serving of In the afternoon Mitchell brought back Blund ers cead tmt would make no state ment at to who did the killing beyond saying it was not McFarlin had Mizall had heard in the morning a report that an attempt would be made to kill tome of the party and had warned aot to go out After tha murder he received an intima tion that it would be well for himself and Langeaford to leave and they did so that The attorney general said this afternoon no steps would be taken in the matter until the presi dent returns from Allegheny lOTTXBTJUUr CHUB H HIBTED FOB IHE IU1DEB OF 08 He Had Her Ufa Ismnd and It is Canaed Her Death Ssspteiett ef Fool Play Vsfl was arrested thisafternoon on a warrant sworn out at Charles charging him with the murder of hit wife Fanny YaiL Taii it the case which created consider able of a sensation last Vail had hit life insured in saveral the amounts ag gregating nearly took her to Bt Chsrlet OB a and when about to return she waa fatally wounded by the discharge of his whichhe claimed was in his overcoat pocket and truck against a wheel of the wsgon as he was getting Tbe case was brought o public notice by Vail attempting to convince the insurance companies of the accidental death of his wife immediately on his return to Louis and the igntion following hsa resulted as The conviction that Vail was a vic tim of foul play is growing roa swumiaue UNCLE SAM Block Futory KCVCBBB wge tobacco factory of Bloch was taken possession of yesterday by revenue tha proprietors being charged with swindling the government out of nearly by selling over weight Internal Revenue 3oaunis8ioner Mason arrived this mora ng from Wsshington and a long conference was held with the U its conclusion Commissioner Mason informed an Associated Press representative the firm had satisfied the cvernment claim and would resume msiness at He would give no de ails but it is understood that Bloch Bros will make good the They claim the overweight was due to careless employes and inaccurate HIS 19 time ago a oman of this city named Hooney se cured a divorce from her and lince that time has been constantly en rested by him to come The other night he bacame desperate and went to ler house with a couple of friends and a When she came to the door he norced her into the carriage and started with one companion to drive The woman screamed violently and citizens Mooney became desperate ind drew a revolver and fatally shot a whose name is and then to the country and has not yet been Two of his companions in jail and the country is being coured by poses endeavoring to over ate but no clue to his where abouts has yet been GOBS wm Be Mamas morit current that the friends of tke lottery biUwiU introduce a new measure according to wfll provide for the payment to the state of a year instead of alia the old One of tha ttroagatt to the measure said he tkourht the rumor was add ke feared the he did not think tke lottery people would another attempt absolutely sure of tkair other Senator Wiathip eosfidaatiy that uo fnrtker attempt will be made to pats a tottery bOL Itjaemtptetty that some ptaBBtdby those who voted for the It swy be nothing but a plan of to square with tkair pre paratory to tha aaxt ttkat BtthfeBs an sow A DwiwnM Attempt to Bteaia of Jury Tlxurm Thomas a building contractor and a member of amp on trial for com licity in the attempt to bribe the Crania walked out of court this after noon a free The evidence in the age was coaclnded after which were the attorneys or both Kavanagh ODonnel mov ng to The motion as egards O Donnel was ludge Waterman holdin the jury be allowed to p iss upon the tea As to Kavanagh the judge ruled the states attorney had failed to make out a The man could not be convicted oh suspicion that he knew of He had a right 10 inquire as to the character of the talesmen sum moned or about to The motion for acxuittal was This leaves only ODonnell on trial out of the seven Yester day Thomas Brashears owner of a obflcco warehouse at Brathears our miles below was beaten to death with a club and shovel in the hands if Gua Sullivan and his son The Sullivans were his neighbors and lad a grudge against Brashears because le been instrumental in building a turnpike which took a portion of their Mmnlir Md 19 this afternoon besought his who left him some time ago on account of bad to return to him She whereupon he threw a pot of railing water over scalding her adly and than cut her fatally with a The wretch then cat his own hroat from esr to Whittington charged with mayhem committed at Illinois in was arrested here He will be returned to Daniel a cab was probably fatally shot this morning by Han a who is a well known figure on the south ern race The shooting was en tirely Murphy was half far John HcDonad was convicted of the murder of Mollie Beveridge today and sen tenctd for A strange ap Mritioa in the shape of a remarkable light has been seen a number of times of late near in this Sev eral months ago and Henry Powell were walking along the roadway in the vicinity of and were the first to It seemed to flit along the road and rise high in the although the aesi tried to overtake they were BMUcctiafuL John Pattee resides in toe vidiity of the Powell and haa swathe light on two different occa A few ago the light ap peared near his between nine and tern o1 cad when Pattee looked oat of the was startled by its appearance out a few yards from the night was bright and star light The lady called her husband to the and for half an hour watched ita When near it appeared to be a locomotive AttiMi it would be near the tt ahoot upward higher sail around owr the it would ihtaKlayBOTBhig betweem ome two Pattee happened to look oat of the window sad saw the performed W here ffiekman yesterday from Mon Rock Davenport aad Cedar It is prototed to have tka salary limit from MOO to to have a guaranty of MO for each visiting I BABVXSX OV AT Uw The ice busi ness at the lake this winter simply im as south cf the lakes an mostly all dry and the streams The ice here is twentysix inches thick andxleai and John from Bt is here and working 300 and loads 100 can daily of the congealed He hsa a long chute that rises from the lake until it is a little higher than a box It then slopes down into the door of the On this slope it is divided into five so as to go to as many differ ent Two men stand at each branch and turn the ice in the different branches and men at the car doors hook on to them and drag them into the cir sack them The ice is drawn up to the top of the chute by an endless chain and hooks which is operated by a small steam Thin business has come to Matt Abbott Nany are filling a house and on Bast Okoboji the argeant are building another large I am sorry to tell my prohibition st friends that the most of this ice goes to help nnka lager as most of it goes to the Lemp and Anheuser Bosch Thus do we aid in manufacturing our own medicine which we will order next summer by the for medicinal purposes ubt the good work go WHAT A FIUC OF KID8I Papa Temporarily By FOBT of has given nrthto four perfectly formed baby Newton is a rather large good locking and thirtyeight years ind had eight children before she gave birth to the Many visitors have visited the place and the Newtona were the recipients of a large number of including a ivo and ten dollar When Papa Newton got his first view of his wife and the babies he threw up his hands and Holy Mother What a pile of He gradually became cnlm and at last accounts waa doing quite The children are aa much alike aa four peas and their weight is about four and a half pounds They are remark ably healthy and take nourishment at regular DORS IS A STREET Rosa a Polish woman who arrived lere from Cleveland gave birth to a bouncing girl baby in a street car enroute from the depot up She and her babe were taken from the car to he nearest and are doing 3er who was with left the hotel soon and as he has not shown up since the wife thinks the occurrence waa too much for him and that he has deserted HUB NINTH Iorwln Dp Her IB Morri IBB Uollie the most numerously married female in the who has had eight of whom seven are liv ng was mimed Monday to her a stction foreman on the Madison and Indianapolis railroad whose line rues cloae to her is her latest Bats are reely offered that the much married Aollie will make a record of a dozen be ore five NEW Fire this morning destroyed four stores in the Touro block on Canal The loss s estimated at 1150 BOOTH Fob 19 A half block of buildings buned here this causing a loss of the nsurance is about AS EL5GAXT RK8IDSNCE Special tn TDK 19 elegant threestory brick residence of Man a fordan burned at tbrre oclock this Tne logs is BrtlliB eoia at A morning pa per states the Jung and Crescent brew eries of this city will to day pass into the lands of an Eghh syndicate and be known as the Cincinnati lim The owners of the breweries re ceived cash it is to about a million Him Buctrlv Road President Low of the Paul and Minneapolis street railway this morning signed a contract for the electrical equip ment of two hundred milea of road in those two The contract is said o be the largest of the kind ever the amount involved being two million vritB Naw 19 the meeting of the department of superintendents of the National Educational association to day a resolution was adopted expressing sympathy with American authors in the is irt they are making to obtain from congress an international copyright xiBBUr worlds fair conference report was today adopted in the assembly with only one dissenting The senate tnis afternoon agreed to the conference The bill now goes to the governor who has announced that he wfll sign it TjBloB FMlflo MBKOT a 8M4 SaowlBS for Pmn Feb official state ment of the Union Pacific entire system for twelve months ending December show gross of an increase of OQf an increase of 517 000 net earn an in crease of MilW BBB Aa important They acton the stomach and through the A new They speedDy cure bad tor and Splen iid for women and Small 80 for 86 free at Wfttes drag Ttte CBBBOt Niw 19 President Bar risoB written a letter to Thun presideat of the Republican dab a ipi easing regret at not being able to accept an invitation to attend the annual convention of the league ia Hash on March fourth C of today won tha American Field championship wing Apt from who won tha cap from Beck got fortynine out of fifty missing tha lULUIS UTBT TAT B Tka ItaperoYB laker LettanThelx feates af tke Paraell CaausfatioB Late The Waterlao Williams surprising tactici on tbe labor question nave caused much comment not only in ois own but among the laboring and other classes here and elsewhere Then little doubt that his expressions do not meet with the approval of the German neither are they aken in full and unquestioned by the Uboring John lately made prominent as a labor agitator dur ing the Landon declares there is some scheme behind it that it is merely a sop held out to gain a popular ity among the laboring The German court attributes the to the influence of the Empress Her it is BOW has imbibed more of the strongly sentimental side cf his fathers character than his earlier speeches seemed to His solicitudefor the wageearner has not prevented his majesty from taking up anew of which he now practices for an hour or two every von s lormer gymnasium finds him a ready This officer a few years ago introduced a treatment from which the emperors left arm derived consider able benefit PAB1TBLL COMMISSION The government is satisfied with the report of the Parnell commission aad so s the Irish which is paying a high compliment t the impartiality of the But after the decree comes the and the question of costs is agitat ng Downing street and Printing HOUSB The government will probably ask for a vote to defray the expenses of the which has always been done in tbe case of royal The nhorthand reporters will be paid for by the and they are always a heavy It is said the case will cost the Times at the most favora ble Had the case been an overwhelmingly damaging one a public mbscription might have been but as the feeling is more negative thin anything else the possibility of such a thing seems A 8XCOND MISntiDBBBTAJroOTS The dispensation under which may be eaten in lent in those countries where influenza prevailed has already seen published to their Socks by the and among these as might be is Cardinal although there are complaints of a certain fishy ambiguity in tbe phrases used by his eminence in pro laimlng the philanthropic I happened in in the first Lent of his that there was cholera in and that the cardinal issued a somewhat similar when read in called forth from an aged Irishwoman the exclamation This is what comes of having a Protes tant possibly it is in view of such a misunderstanding that his emi nence io less direct in the terms of his lispensation than his the Bishop of THB 8DLTAI7 OF The late sultan of Zanzibar was in every way inferior though batter than his Said He owed nis nomination two years entirely to English but since his accession has proved difficult to His baa temper and want of courtesy proved a great trial to Colonei but it must be admitted tnat his position is a trying His sympathies were English and German by and on the very day he died Em roror William made him a Knight of the Rgd E WATBBLOO MBMORIAL AT The last otone of the base of the Water memorial at Brussels was placed in position last and Count Jacques de Lalaings emblematical which is o crown is nowjn the casters hand It is ef colossal size and represents a Britannia on her travels lowering the flag at the tomb of her Waterloo heroes t is to be hoped that either prince of Wales or the duke o Cambridge may be induced to unveil it in Count though under is reckoned among the most em inent of Jiving Belgian In Amer ica he is favorably known for the figure of Chevalier Robert de which in Lincoln THB COMTS DB PARIS a Frenchman of position to me the other apropos the escapade of the Due d Orleans lhat young man has made a wonderful a coup as hit father could never have accom I should the Comte de Paris have done to win popularity replied my heshould have swam the Seine on naked and with a drawn sword in his Ha would have been the peoples idol ever I think that sort of thing have captivated the per Jos ATHYIHSB MJNJS of appiakaasioa of Tha Fisiaiaalge Zaitung says Bn mtrck his ordered an inventory of personal IB thamiaiitria res idence in view of resignation aad re tirement Semiofflcia Boattichar aa the princes IB B Cojiiary BJI Feb explosion oc curred in a colliery near the decise de partment of Nierve last Ilia not known how many lives are lost but al ready thirtyfour bodies have been re Roohetter When tha news of tha racogaitiom of the Republic of Brazil by tha Unitad States reached Rio tha city waa and a national salute waa The members of tha Brazlliaa cabinet called on United Statsa Minister Adams and expressed their Tha numbers of the cabinet are deter mined and efficient and according to all they are welt supported by the most intelligent men hi every put of tha Senhor Sec retary of the hat been retired from the cabinet because of ineflciaaev and dereliction in He hsa beta succeeded by Cesario aitroaa and a man of good execu tive So the provisonal gov eminent has acted with wisdom It U the aim of the founders of tha ra rublie to model the new govemmaat after that of tha United that government will establish a system secular schools throughout tha TvpnbUe to redeem tha muses from thedensaic norsace which The govern ment must proceed aa the woth is one of great The enfran chised slaves and the native Braiiliana ate to be and the income of the govern ment is not Hitherto muck of the income has been wasted OB royal The people have lived oaly to toil for the support of monarchy aad religious Now the peo ple are to have a chance for thoir owa The soil of Brazil is riah and with the advancement cf knowledga the great will be turned to good The if wisely gov is destined to be one of the rich est in the The color line will never be drawn for every resideat of Brazil is now a and every one will have an opportunity to acquire wealth and distinction according to his theeajy tkat wffl isspnvB ttojoaiBttilasv Astt TMB SB It is learned upon ex cellent authority that President Caraot hsa decided to pardon the Due d who will be escorted to the The Figaro Gaolois and Solefl publish the following telegram from the Comte de Paris I thank yon for your very complete I am proud of my son and happy at tha stand he has The conTiction griona profound Addwat here until after warda at Sew COMTB VB Tha same conservative and rqyaiiat or ms add The Comte da Paris oaly jzoee to New York in order to be on the first steamer leaving for an IngHah port Ha Buy be expected to arrive at Liver pool daring the first weak is A COtUKtOBIH Feb 19 Tha ttaamar High Gate ruffided with the sMpgovereigB in a fog off today aad Thirteen of the penoas oa board steamer at the time of the hava JaadadL A boat etatainiBs six olfeanis A BOMB lor 1 Sioux City Tribune High license is doing effective work in The license there is 91 000 and the number of is decreasing every Last year 886 licenses issued while this year but 200 have been taken out and a few applicationa have not yet been anted License In spector Nugent says the decrease it tha greatest ever known in the citys history The Tribune a few days ago presented to show how high license hat de creased the number of saloons in and wherever tbe sysUm is in operation it has the same In Philadelphia and Boston the result is even more mirked than in Omaha and no one can deny that the number of saloons in Bur Council and other Iowa cities would be reduced at least 75 per if a license of was placed up on In Sioux City and Des speak easies and dnig stores supply the waata of the people so far quantity is cos but the quality is in nearly every place of tbe The poison sold in these places is enough to induce murder and and it does Under high there would he legitimate com petition and the quality of liquors would be as if one saloon sold good liquor and the others the osa would get all the best The in order to hold any business would hava to sell better And another good effect would at once follow high At present bear ia more difficult to get in such cities aa Sioux City and Dea than because the latter can be more racily concealed as it occupies leit sf ace to tha amount of alcohol Withhigk licensed saloons paoplt would drink mora bner and than they do sow Under prohibition the consumption of whisky is increasing but It would be greatly checked by the opening of beer In while there an many strong arguments in favor of high license against there but one argument against it and that ia that it legal zas the liquor To ba sure it and that is one of the prin cipal reasons for It is better to hava a few lawfuljsaloons in Sioux City than to have a greater number of unlawful places where liquor may be as readily obtained as in a The Tribana confidently asserts that there would not bo so many saloons in Sioux City under licenses as there are places where liquor may be eaaily purchased by tka eotam lor of Tbe The following contains advice wkiek experienced business men indorse young men will do well to follow but one know it and attend personally to its minnteat da Be concentrate your energies in a determination aad effort to cocquer Keep your own attend strictly to and never dabble m anything foreign tot it curtail your never tacriBas safety to prospective large sail always stick to sad fair It is the merest rant aa4 both to rely on he ia always indol ent and drink ing and waiting for big prisas in or lying abed exoactiaf si letter with news of a Labor and Pluck are the invfai cible heroes who conquer tsaw strike out sew contrfwt take all toil to surmount soak forward aad win Successful business men and illustrious aathotaaaver ail been hard Sana badooat pany and the prevalent of never lend a borrowing friend aotatksB you are able to lota if ha cannot Never borrow money to tpecnlata Acquire It is only men who successfully hold taeir with the surging masses who throng road to Avoid legs of every In discussing keep cooL Mass all tkav money you cm and do all the good can with remembering that ha lives for himself alone lives for thaatati eat mas If engaged is pal lie advertise it be pureinali meeting promised accomtt settle often be clear pUcit in making Ba dvfl i obliging as decisive sad i with ia thai ity of dont rush pat by from bonnets keep bright by effort remembering that A GOOD Cough Bamedyfor tncj says Dmggist B of and have warranted it r had a bottle Durii ninety have sold twelv it has given perfect tatisf aeooa a butanes It not bat loowss sad relieves ft r tka wall kaowBhoma ruler aad of thaaoofe of diad Ha was M tker teaefcia howt adcr oa haad farj
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