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   Burlington Hawk-Eye (Newspaper) - February 22, 1890, Burlington, Iowa                                THE ESTABLISHED EEBRUABY SETEIALomiBBrmSEEaTETHOntt KEFiflHDKB TEE EINBTHBL A Ssjcres fon That the Money Pro popular choice of for the ParpoK be Aypllet Toward the Eliminatiosi oCtke Tu on was re solved that when the house adjourn to day it be to meet The regular order being demanded of Mis proceeded to address the home upon the worldi fair He spoke in favor of Washington for the cite of the it being the seat of the of mud this was a business There waa something besides patriotism in Cities came here hurrahing for the old flag and ap make This was a proposition to If New York wanted the fair they could organize it on business principle as they did a bank and hold So it was with Chicago and They wene business cities and knew how to manage business In the district it was pro posed to issue bonds to pay the expenses of the The people were now taxed and governed to Ho took it for granted the fair would be that con gross would go on interferring with the rights of the people and it would be charged to patriotism and He would have to do as the rest vote for a site and represent hie people and he would vote for neighbor 81 of eaid he would vote against the be cause hit democratic brethren had pre dicted in advance that the first acts of the majority of this house under the new rules would be to wipe out the surplus and empty the treasury of the United One of these and one like ly to called for the issue of bonds by the Difltrict of Columbia of ODD onehalf of which at least the gov ernment would be held It is sup posed that the country would get back part of tnis sum from foreign visitors and but he thought it would be safe to say that this proposed worlds wherever would involve a Ions to the treasury or the United States of several millions of It would be far better to ex pend in establishing a poets telegraph throughout the country or to take off of a prime necessity of life the tax that bore oppressively upon every laborer or mechanic and the humbloit of our of eaid it was an almost hopeless task to try to stem tie tide of patriotic But before congress committed itself to this it should nee if the government could afford The regular estimated appro priations for the next fiscal year were The miscellaneous appro priations made during the special session were and during the long session the amount would certainly not be In addition there were at least of making a grand aggregate appropriation of There were only of estimated revenue with which to pay Those figures did not take the rivore and harbars into of argued there was now tno little time remaining to arrange for a worlds fair in of argued in favor of the but did not speak for Bpringer dwelt UDOB the great ex pense of holding the celebration at Hew He referred to the failure of Hew York to complete the Grant monu ment Deduct needed for buildings at New and but 000 would be left of the Albany appro Compare that with Chicagos in money and a Chicago would ask but from the and that for its owa exhibit He referred to the contest at Albany and quoted the declaration of one of the state senators that to him the bifl was crow and he would eat his If the fair was lo cated in New in all probability it would be a It was the opinion of the ablest lawyers in New York that the Albany bill is unconstitutional and the taxpayers could successfully resist the imposition of the Flower said that as the gentleman had questioned the value of the bonds New Tork proposed to he was inclined the I American Commercial of Db which offend to pay a rente himself ready to take an of them at Spin McCarthy and Farquahar spoke for New Chandler closed his debate in a few wnrds saying the country could safely trust to the houee to discharge ite full duty and he hoped for a favorable conclusion upon the question next Mon The house then toot a An evening session will be held for the con sideration of private pension The house at its evening session passed forty private pension bills and adjourned until THJJ TIM Btrport DMMJlty Pmlon Bill any particular and Gib of favored Washington as the place for the Houk said to have the fair any where except at the national capital would take from it the most of its im Let the nation inherit the buildings which must be constructed here for the They would were for public of West said we had had a aeries of centennials during the past fourteen Their influence for good could hardly be We should show to the old world the grand est sight on great nation built upon the cornerstone of It necessarily followed the only right and proper plaoe for the fair was at the seat of that national of argued in favor of claiming that if it was to be a financial transaction why not advertise for bids and give the fair to the city offering the most He believed tue next exposition would be held in and therefore he fa vored the claims of Louis as a recog nition of the strength and greatness of the Carlisle said the exposition was to give the people of the old not an insight into our great maaufacturies and industries but to show them our great He would vote for and next for He disap proved of the bills presented by the com Congtess had no authority to hold a fair elsewhere than in the District of Columbia or the He op posed the eppiQprintion of If a state wanted the its citicens had only to incorporate themselves and hold He would vote for the bills only after they had been amended to meet hie of advocated the fair to be held in cf Relieved his constituents interested would be the best served by holding the fair in Louis of also argued in favor of of was for the not as an accommodation to for but at an educational aid to the people of this He was for Louis because it offered the best guaran tee for the succeMKOf the of pleaded that the fair should be held at the Creat center of all the trade ana com merce of this countryContinuing Hatch ridiculed New Yorks He described Forest SL with its magnificent Droves and 000 thou I three The confer ence report on the bill to increase the pensions of totally disabled pensioners was agreed to after an explanation to the effect that under the act of 1880 it had been provided that totally disabled pen sioners then drawing 850 a month should receive That increase did not ap ply to those who were pensioned there after that the bill ae it passed the senate was intended to correct that omission that the house had amended it to as to allow arrears of pensions in such cases and that the result was practically the adoption of the senate bill as originally no arrears being Among the bills reported and placed on the calendar were the following Far the establishment of a pure food division in the department of agriculture to pro vide for the establishment of a gun founry for finishing and assembling cf heavy ordnance en the Pacific Edmunds introduced a bill to pun ish crimes against officers of the United States while in the discharge cf their duties and by request a bill to reorganize the rank aud pay of the personnel of the navy The senate then proceeded to the con sideration of the house bill to provide for town site entries in After beine discuesed by Dolph and Vest the bill went over till A number of public building bills weie including one for Kansas City The bill to amend the law relating to copyrights having been reached George objected to its Platt moved the house bill as an amendment to the senate and with out action the bill was laid and a tax and bonus of e711 fw each and also to comply with all requirements as to the care and comfort of the Aleutian OFFO6ID TO FOSCAL The house committee on postofflcee an post mads today heard an argument by of New chainns of the executive committeeof the Ant Monoply in opposition to the lim ited postal telegraph mil prepared by th postmaster He opposed the bin because it contemplated giving out th business of the gorermnfmt to a privat The clerks IB the postoffices had already enough work to The tel egrsph was mostly used by speculator tad only eight per cen of the business of the country was social The working people did not use the tele graph to any great extent and conse quently would get but little benefit ou of the postal telegraph If the rates of telegraph were reduced th wages of telegraph operators would be The postofflce department die not manage the business it now had sat and this was strong argu ment against its assuming additional Supervisors of the census Oscar Avery for the fourth district John fifth district Jacob sixth W second of Consul at Port Stanley and Port Thomas Frank of at Monte vido R of South a San San receiver of public moneyi at Nebraska Levi Pond of to be pension agent a Milwaukee George to be In dian agent at Rosebud South The senate today passed the bill in creasing the limits of the cost for the rmMic building at to PENSIONS following Iowa and Illinois pensions have been granted Original Invalid Harrison Jacksonville Sherman Aanvllle William ChicoRo John Palestine Zacbariah ChriBDino Martin Msn Chicago Robert Farming Chicago Gearee w Elgin Joseph Litoh Mansfield Alexander Morrison David Union Cen ter Ellas Belleville Harvey U Henry Carlyle Martn Elfin Prank In John David Peter Loia James Kinsas SchaDVUle Howling Grays Lake George Glasford John Elchfleid Bobert Lin TO TKBT BKKDS etaadl hundred and eighty eaid you could pick up your little perk drop it down three limes a of said the cele bration should be held beyond the Alle Obeying tee joint resolution of 4he Ohio legislature and his own im pulses lie favored of giade fjtmfjr epeech for Cue southern brothen charged the republicans with end aevete cziticiBBi in fiUSicd They in tun charged MB people wuh the eanw fantta bitterness was How mold tfcisto Claimed better than by aiaaaaaaavm round i to Chicago mad see whether aer litr differed believed a fair held mold aot QBonua QBM Will TBkra iBto Cents It is under stood that the democratic leaders in the house have held several conferences lately to consider the question of contesting the constitutionality of Speaker Reeds ruling that members but not shalJ be counted to make s Carlisle virtually fore shadowed such action in his remarks in the house on the when he said This question must go to some other forum when a proper case and I desire to say that it is the purpose of this eide of the house to see that this question shall be made in some form which will enable the proper tribunals of the country to pass upon it finally and de When asked yesterday what lie meant by a proper case Carlisle said I mean whenever a bill is passed which affects the rights of an individual or of Then the person or cor poration whose rights are abridged or whose property is affected may seek re dress in the courts by testing the constitutionality of the bill passed under Speaker Reeds ruling as tj what constitutes a Of course we cannot take the matter before the courts we can only refrain from voting on some measures which will involve the rights of some person or and so crest the occasion testing the constitutionality of for the speakers We are all convinced it will not A good measure on which to make the teat would be an amendment to the interstate commerce Such legfela tion affects large and the parties affected adversely would at once Question the validity of the think the issue will be made before the session is though when I made those remarks I had no especial piece ol legislation in I doubt whether thn republicans will attempt to pass any im portant legislation by any guch method When vital matters are up you will find them there with a legal ExGovernor of said in regard to the same subject We are agreed to have the question tested in the but we have not yet had an opportunity given If Representative of west had been un seated by less than a quorum there would have been a chance to test the constitu tionality of the but there was a quorum of republicans present to tors him We are and the first chance we get we will force the speaker to make his ruling so as to have it But yon cant raise the question on mo tions to ad j It must be such legis lation as interferes with the rights of an individual or affects property where the interest affected will question the constitutionality of the XX Ortervd Ks senate committee on coast defenses today heard General who concluded his state ment es to the necessity of providing suitable defenses for the Pacific coast After he retired the oommittee ordered the chairman to report favorably his bfll fortifications and other The lull carries an to provide for eea coast deles appropriation of The ap propriation is to be expended in accord ance with the recommendations of the board of officers appointed by the presi dent Kamnx nr A CKLBBBAXKD IASD Commissioner Gorff of the general land office has remdered a decision in tie celebrated Peratta grant case in Arizona in which he holds so grant of the char clelsntrfl was everaiade pom ste j claim BBS Hede orderstheemu stricken from docket The baton the department coin Tbomk teonville Jobn Car HnviUe Canton Thomas M Bone Orizaba Duvid Hill Marion Maquon William Mnqnon Simon Alto Pass Original Wtnorsof Wi Ham D Loogootee Ellen Widow of Thomas Chicago Nancy mother of nilllam Astoria widow ol Clayton Sherl InvalidNicholas Ouumwa John Otho Charles Sim Sheil Rock Hlchsrd Newton Wmtenet James Miller Boonertoro Charles Sac City Lcean Maouo Jceta Samuel Lisbon Amasa Marsbalitown Oney In Charles City John Henln James Levey Bloomfleld Kichard An flrew Adolphus Hontroee Bzekiel Gilmore City Noble Red Oat William Alta Orig inal widow of William CBTJ8ADKBB IK The Me Be mm OTeUoB at KAKSAS Times special says A train load of Bpickardsville temperance cru saders and their sympathizers arrived this morning to attend the trial of the ladies arrested for demolishing the sa loon of Thomas At the station a crowd of three hundred crusaders were drawn up to receive the The Trenton crusaders were headed by a braes band and scattered through out the ranks were numerous standard bearers who carried aloft banners and transparencies bearing mottoes of appropriate The procession formed and with the sixteen Spickardsville crusaders in the places of marched to the opera where arrangements had been made for a public Addresses were made by Davis and Lock of the Methodist Episcopal of and of this Cox announced that the Trenton ladies had prepared a collation for the visitors and the meeting ad jonrned for At 1350 Justice before whom the case was to be called the court to Thomas owner of the demolished was the first He told how his building had been During the crossexamination the de fense questioned him with the purpose of showing the saloon to be a public nuisance which ought to have been aban The prosecution objected to that line of crossexamination and pend ing the justices decision on the point the court A ZBtal XBMMSUB BasMBST at Pica yunes special says A fatal epidemic is raging The dis ease is pronounced spinal meningitis or spotted and several persons have died of it within the last two days The people are terrorstricken and are fleeing from the Worth for An appeal was made to physicians and which was at once responded to by the A dispatch from San which lies in the midst of the cattle producing region of that says the presidents proclama tion ousting the cattlemen from the Cherokee will entail losses run ning up to hundreds of thousands of dol lars to stockmen in who have leased large pastures in the nation at great OM Special to Taa one of the oldest aad ablest attorneys at the Beaton county bar aad postmaster under died at his home in Belle Plaine at aa early hour this morning of Ail are entitled to the best that their money win ao every family should at a bottle of the best family 50c and bottles by afl laadfau drug gists lo A ber of the Iowa Central bridge named while standiag the eago North track the k ken last was run over by a switch en gine and cat to He leaves a young HKW weekly it SBOWS tknt thereeem Banks BOW hold bank THE LEGISLATURE TABS TIE WEEIS OSDJL the Howe and Senate Yes Committees Trust Bfll Sabeti State WKSTI 1 CAPITOL DIB EL j People generally expected that when the legislatuae fully orgnized they woold not take the anal Their hopes were doomed to for no sooner had the work of canvass ing the gubernatorial vote been com pleted than the question of vacation was very easily carried in the No ob jection whatever was made to Many of the members have not been home since tha session and as they had expected to get away for a week during the early part of the session this long delay has made them more than ever anxious to get home attend to matters which have been neglected since they came up Consequently the joint resolution for a vacation received the hearty endorsement of both The people outside may complain that they are trying to get away from that they have spent too much time fooling around so far aad that they ought to get to work at once but these people must remember that it takes a ittle time for a badly muddled political pool to and the settling will go on jetter while quiet The division of committees made last night will stand with but one This repuplicani generally were saying the democrats should not lave both the committees on schools and ext and they therefore desired o trade municipal corporations for The republican committee at once went to work on the matter and made the trade so that their side can isva the handling of school rhere are to be thirty committee clerks equally divided between the two This is nine more there were last but there will be use for them all as there will be lots of work to be done in the chort session The division of committees as it stands now is as foUows speech accusing the republican fostering by means o He was in favor of the rese Inaoa fog the reason that if its spin Wen carried out some temporary relie afforded from the de Jnst before the noon receaa Lieutenan QofsraorHull announced the He said that hefeltsom oelieecy in master and had not con suited his own wishes so much aa those of hU which method he denied most The committees follows Agricultural college of Linn Benedict Sent college for the Mack fishhatching Davidson hospital for the insane at Mt Caldwell hospital for e insane at Mattoon hospital for the insance at Boyless reform school at Wolfe reform school at Barnett institution for the deaf and dumb a Council Barrett institution fo the feebleminded at Funk penitentiary at Hanchett pec itenttsrw at Ft McVay sol diers home at Brower soldiers orphans home at Davenport state normal school at Cedar Perkins state university at Iowa The soldiers home com mittee was instructed to report the niaes of the army record and pensions of inmates of the home at Marshalltown Immediately after coming to order after dinner tha discussion of the Harsh resolution was tending the power of inquiry so as to in elude the laws matter under the Woolson substitute Finn amended by ex of other states on the Reiniger amended BO that it would not be neces sary to delay legislation upoa the sub Before the talk went very far i became a discussion of the tariff quea with Reiniger defending the repub lican position upon that branch of legis ADDITIONAL SENATE The following bills have been since the lust installment was sent filed Railroads ana Municipal Corpora Text Mines and Ktrenchment and Re Telegraph and Tele Animal Private State Deaf and Dumb Insti Soldiers Orphans Institution for Feeble county and Township Horticulture and For Public Lands and Police Kngrossed Senatorial Flan and Vavg and Appropr Suppression of Intem Repteseniat i v e D1 s Normal Federal Mr dicino Surgery and HoBDIUls for the In Compensation for Public Sinks and Hoads and Agricultural College for the nduetrlal Board of Public Chari Domestic Manufac Constitutional Amend Inroiled oDcreseional Dis udlclal Woman This gives the five more ommittees than the The composition of the committees will be eft to the and they have al esdy decided that Hamilton and ViUon shall have the power to make up he committees for their respective his will enable the speaker and speaker ro tern each to shape in some measure the course of legislation so far aa his arty is In the house this morning a supple mental report of the inauguration com mittee was The ceremonies will ccur in the house No tickets will be The senate and house will occupy the floor with the state offl The public will have the while the reporters will be expected to share their seats with those not having The visiting committees were an as follows on the part of the house Agricultural Pelkner and hornburg Benedict Davie and jane fish hatching EvartandMc hospital for insane at Fleas Young aad Mitchell hospital for in ane at By Mills for Mar inalltown soldiers By Mills Amending secton chapte laws of twentyfirst general By Amending section chanter general assembly By Hancheit Regulating sleeping car By Oatch Amending the law relating to By Oatch Amending the law In rela tion to assignments for the benefit of ere By Mills Authorizing certain citie of the secondclass to provide for the construc tion of By Mills Authorizing establishment and maintenance of fire departments in cer tain cities of the By by request Relating to lla blliUes of mine operators for negligence or wrong of their By of Wright Amending the law in relation to cities and By Davidson Amending the la w in re lation to highway By Brower Relating to the appoint ment of court reporters snd nxing compensa1 tion By Mills Appropriating money to pay Rufus Goodnoagh for services rendered tha state in 183L By Perking Granting women munlci pal ByKngle Providing for inspection of stationary engines accl licensing 141 By Seeds Making February 12th legal holiday and providing lor its observance by the By Lawrence Limiting the rights of appeal to the supreme By Lawrence Providing for incorpora tion of independent water works de nning dutiea By Authorizing levying tai for converting natural water courses into By Lawrence Establishing an appel late court and denning powers and Jurisdic tion By Lawrence Authorizing cities of tie flrat and second class to Issue bonds and pro Tide for the payment By Hanchett Prohibiting By McCoy Establishing state normal Amendingthe code in rela tion to powers of constables under search ByQatoh Imposing a collateral taharl tana DBS MOJNJS8 Johnson hospital for insane and at iarinds Woods and Luke Ana mosa Wyman and Neun wers Ft Madison Morrow nd chamberlain soldiers Russell and Law orphans Hart and of Mitchell Institution for the eaf and Graeser and Hobbs formal Holbrook and Byers In titution for feeble minded lie and Syte stall Blythe and Buggs industrial school at Eldora Glatttly and Ball industrial echuol at Letonsky and TUB In the senate the Harsh resolution was p for discussion Woolson had ffered a substitute which Harsh very trongly Woolsons substitute is as follows Be it resolved by the the house con Brrlng That the president of the ite and peaker of the house be and they an hereby directed each to appoint a committee of two from their respective oodles to act u m tps lal joint committee to investigate comblnn or eUsang or operating ia nd wsether there exists or han recently ex isted or been In operation within the state ny agreement or understand ing by or between any nrms or cor porations by reason whereof the price or rleesof any articles or commodities f any soil or kind have been or are being controlled in suck war as to prevent or lemn competition or to increase the price to pur or or to donlnish the gumj paid to producers of arttclet or or to decrease the production Said committee is specially charged Hire into and investigate whether lere la or recently has aj to in or not been any comblnm ide rule or regulation between mannfactoren or PUD ieners of tchool books and wholeaale and re tail demlera and including school offi teachers or whereby competition betven elton is avoided or preftuled and toe price of school book main tained or affected to the detriment or dlaad vantage of for Said committee to have koW stations at any mon and compel atten if it In ittm appoint a to compel the redaction of wpen end to do en7 IhiailltiuulproperlnUie judgment afiBtt to pnyperlj anA effectively out the spirit ana intent of this and no ihaB from the nstHyins IM tetetOmooy ing before this tote aone tedtalthttendtoconiieet gneh mliarrt with anyfraaiOT JOeial butthetta agmit thosedctncdshsli ootbenseierMir beueedtaanyeivnor etlsatnalpio M The otaaU cowmUteetobe en when la seeatan at otter fjeees than DM to aad actual ezp when necessarily aBwnton wotkof Going lor a Conusatttee Chair Special to TBX DBS Koines being deserted and by tomorrow all but a handfull of bystanders will be either on tours of inspection or consulting their Speaker Hamilton and Speaker Pro Tern Wison have to think over and decide upon the comple tion of committees within the of their The contest for chairmanship wag rather hot and more will be disappointed than In the senate Lieutenant GovernorElect has about com pleted the list but both gentleman in the house will find it no easy task to satisfy the demands of the On the republican side the ways and means is generally conceded The head of the judiciary will be The committee on appropriations lies between Smith of and Any one of them would ba a good The committee on suppres sion of intemperance will probably be Chase is spoken of for the committee on representative of districts and Chantry for that on Among the democrats who will be recognized by principal committees the impression is current that Holbrook will get railways lext bpoks Hotch mines and mining The hatter committee every one thought would be given to Ewsrt but such does not seem to be the OTTBTJQUS to Zketr Validity MKltd fey SUSOMBt tM Sensational re ports concerning the proposed bringing of a suit by the heirs of laden Dubuque to recover the land now occupied by this city have been published in the Chicago and Paul Judge Wil one of the oldest living Iowa and who furnished a synopsis of the cue ia the United States supreme court which settles the question as to the title of Jndea Dubnque to land in ex plained yesterday that the land belonged originally to aad was conceded by Spain to France previous to and by France to the United States in Spaia allowed ao man to settle oa Indian lands without permission of the aad never sold land to bat do nated it oa petition and ia compliance with the Spanish law requiring the set tler to have the land surveyed and the record and the proceedings recorded in the government books of survey kept in the office of the lieutenant governor at New The supreme court de that the grant to Dnbuqne was oaly a right to and gave ao title that ao survey was ever made and that Dnbuqne resided oa the lead with the Indians from 1783 The Indiana con Isad exclusively natfl whea they ceded it to the United The court did notpsss upon the question as to the bar of the statute of as it was not nec but as the Iowa statute makes tea years a bat torn end Dubuque died ia aad no one has sines his death bees ia ao iatelligent lawyer wm say that the claim is aot It has beea feared that the pnb licatioa of the statemeats hereia afinded to might east suspicion upoa titles to India tsos dty thns away prospective as grrea by Judge irascavwffl set all doubts at rest to whea he tinued to occupy the MBW HaxnoBv twsB IBB doWBWhfle croesinc of town by a north CURIOUS SI8HTS OK THE HIGHWAY LEAH as BTO The Hawklye Correspondent Paints a Dolorous Picture of the Spanish CapltalA Great Mapn House of a Totteriog Correspondence of Tm will SEC more quaint and curious sights in the great or stonecov ered highways leading into than you will find in the Spanish capital For old the Madrid tnat was once but the advanced post to Toledo when the latter city was in the hands o the has entirely The Madrid of today is a modern with modern architecture sad only when stumbles upon a musty old and forgotten corner where antiquity and filth have been unwittingly over or when you comeupon the gi gantic apartment houses with their cheap rennaUsance of Moorish tracery and bsl will your expectant eyes rest up on aught of Byzantine flivor or design To the primed with romsnti fancies of Moorish occupancy and it is the most disappointing city in all To the cities of the one must to Cadiz and to vermillionwaUei for the enchantment and exul tation promised in ones far away day dreams of medieval might better see New Bos ton or Philadelphia to know historic ground lowly life along the Thames in London will furnioh more interesting studies of characteristic classes anc Paris in a score of quarters can show in fl tely greater piquancy and Mad rid is Its are but without life p Its royal palace is a vast gran ite and marble Its Eacurial is a damp outofdoors Its e plazas and the resort o convey s sense of aus tere solemnity and Its royal admitting of no equal in the world in point of rare works of the oldest and greatest may also with equal justice admit of no equal in the world as the most inadequate collec tion of representative schools of ait ex It has not a single great piece of sculpture among its hundreds of public Its most tremendous and costly fountains look like gay showpieces of some opulentlyadvertised American foundry of It does not pos sess a single cathedral and you cannot find a church within its environs worthy a moments attention by the student of ecclesiastical art Its river of high sounding the is a spatter of wet from the Guadarrama mountains in a muddy torrent in a sandblown ditch in the sum and hardly a capable sewer at any time of the Its people ape the French in attempt English man ners in the saddle or carriage and pos sess none of the and aU the characteristics and qualities of the entire Madrid is simply the great irisonhouae of tottering Spaniah royalty the breeding spot of aimless revolution and disorder socially the most corrupt of all European cities as an abiding from its inexpressibly wretched the certain beginning and end of inhering AU this being aad immeasurably more emphatic in the experience than hrough the consciousness derived from reading it in my own interest quickly passed from contemplation of Madrid aa the royal city of with nothing truiy Spanish about to the tudy of two lowly the lavan or washerwoman of toe Manzsn eres the Spanish Gipsies of the quarter mown as the Barrio de las Injuriaa y cambroneras and to a few hours idling n the Campo at the lowly grave it the mad poet of This dripping thing they call a he comes dawn from the gray heights to the north of and winds half way around the city from he northwest to the southeast What water flows through breaks in sandy forming innumerable little and curiously bounded strips of all accessible by any barefoot boy or girl and it ia an odd fact that though there are two vast and pretentious bridges across the Pnente de Segovia nearly 00 feet with nine designed by be great and the uente de nearly 400 fwt in crowned by the statues of Ssn eidro and his holy its sole use to the city of Madrid u that of an endlessly used and allsufficient Ten houaand women soak and splash and ouse and beat the linen of Madrid within its scant waters every Not an article of clothing is elsewhere To other thon these Manzanares lavan are permitted to labor as laun dresses and for three miles up and dawn the opposite the infantry and artillery barracks upon the heights of Montana del past the win lows of the queen regents apartments in the royal aad circling around way beyond Toledo the moving ots of red and yellow and comprise this great army of Amazons with arms and legs on them like tree ranks with voluptuous breasts and ahapely necks hardmuicled and bronzed as the most arduous the wickedest and withal the sunniest tempered souls in There are three grades in this They are he or the overseers or and the lavsnderar them All are women The first are lie agents who receive the work from the great and the city in huge and are responsi or its safe return The sycd jntaa or are really the forewomen of rom a dozen to a score of lavanderas each and they are responsible for work placed in their hands by the At ve in the winter and summer ae lavanderas win be many of torn with children trundling beside creeping along from the barrios bsjos or lower quarters of the city to wards the the river is an asSo or a refuge for their Here the first de posits her where they have care and training nntfl she returns or the little ones at night Then she saunters to e venU de or cheap washerwomans inn and takes her copeta if or cup of and at once repairs to her own or lit tle walkingbox or provided for each By six oclock yon might count from to of these strange creatures et The entire sandy banks an covered with drying At this time of the veer the water from the mountairsis of Bat it seems to make no differ ence with their aad there age cauldrons contain boiling From time to time a trifle of this is poured jn the Httle hollow where each total iB the sand led water but this habit then Xaeh Icveadera brings eec iwBBBgeroB of perhaps a bit of klMetf Pwa 15 CENTS m Wi hasre wooden sheds on salt and coffee with a measure of red win provided by the duplicating th meal as a at four in the afternoon They eat like and the monsen their foad ia disposed thetinkla o of the guitar is and you or anv kindly disposed passer may dance with as I until the thirty minutes allowed them food and refresco hava On these occasions every on girb of eighteen and wanen of and the scenes along Mannanarc are very picturesque ana interesting Bat when I tell ru that one of these ironframed wenches must wash and dr ready for the which is don by the criadas in the pieces of linen equaling the cleansing of seventy sheets in order to earn twentyfive cents ve the poetical sense in it all 1s wit the interested rather than with the drudging lavanderss of the To the southwest of the old be tween the one Toledo Bridge and the huge but unartiatic Toledo ani near the bank of the ia a woebe gone quarter known as Barrio de las Injoriai y Here I fount my old the to the ber of about They live in cium bling stone rude wooden sheds curiously patched and mended like many of the squatters in their picturesqu cabins upon the way rocks of Harlem in New and in tents o coarse Uneu cloth set upon board bases something aa we used to raise ou wedge and wall tents when in win ter while some of us were en joying a vacation in the south from 6 to There is also one old ruin o formerly an almacen o warehouse where some thirty or fort families herd like But th icy winds sweeping down the valla of the had left them in suci a state of torpor aa made avisit to them devoid of special They holi weekly fairs htre for the sale of horses aud wild and picturesque thrones o their women in fair weather dance am sing in the calles and upon the plazas o the while tha adivinas or fortune tellers stealthily follow the working women and and penetrate to the moradas of the nobility upon whom they practice their black arts of My visit to these tawny oik would have deeply disappoint ing had I not possessed certain passports to their favor from American gipsies This enabled me to secure information regarding the present whereabouts the most powerful and respectable bam of rom rajahs or road that is traveling ia if for Lunate in I shall speak of al length in my next From the homes of these miserable outcasts I wandered to the Campo Santo or public cemetery of To me ihere has always been a strange fascina tion about the mournful end of the and the moat poo Spain ever That one wan Espronceda the mad poet of I could not find his own but the neglected tumba of his mother was Minted place where the poets lesperate agony dethroned his His life and death were equally horrible He sprang from social His mother was a brilliant lascivia his ather a titled roue his own love aflsirs lorribly dramatic his daughter the mos leantiful and dangerous woman of and his death that of a The baleful influence of his daughter was such that royalty in Spain nearly received its and every hope centering in the present royal succession was all but the mad poets divinely beautiful was the favorite in amorata of the two desperately in Queen Chris the present queen bore all lia ordinary affairs patiently but she knew of the radiant beauty and in ellectuality of and it crazed ler with j Ordering a close car rosa she was driven to the little nest of a quinta Alfonso had provided for his love n the aristocratic suburb of at an hour when she knew the king would be with Hastily he attempted to but was met by ha Duke whose eminence had teen attained aa s procurador rather than as a Permit me to enter tremblingly de manded the It ia I beg yon to return n the replied Make way for the queen will pass indignantly commanded the niece of Francis emperor of the Even the queen cannot pass imper urbably and doggedly answered the With a cry of rage Christina sprang to he snatched from it a heavy lurse of flung it full in Sestos which sent him crashing through a window of the Dog if your master the pays rou one price for your hellish occupa ion the queen will always double it to efeat hiujl flew into the quintalike a and discovered the king and Adelaide in each others It is said Alfonso did not recognize the dentity ofthe halfcrazed At all springing to his he truck the queen to the floor with his heavy and then fled rith Ejproncedas while be calm Sesto bore the anfortn ate woman to the carrosa and saw her afely in the hands of her maids at the oyal palace Two days later the queen ras with her uncle at the Austrian etermined on eternal separation from while the Spaniah royal house lold and the high dignitaries of Spain trembled for result The affair even penetrated the Vatican and for a ime was a source of grave disquiet to all the cours of But in a little ime Alfonso was prevailed upon to pre sent himself at penitent and and the politic Austrian em HSIOT nucceeded in sending Christina and Jfonso back to Madrid Thus ie queens uccles wisdom made it pos ible for all Spain to rejoice at the birth f the late kings posthumous the everailing King Alfonso to succeed him upon the Spanish But no man ever lived with greater genius than He starved nil and Spain crowned him wite riches and But these to him werh nt instruments for the moat hideous emphasis of his own deadly hatred of all Stung to madness by the rarnirg consciousness of his own nn ortnnate he swept the universe of inspiration and language for flaming irands of imagery wish which to anni fflate virtue and debauch all is tremendous intellectual power and supreme allied to his awful in active and the subtle poison of his ivine for a time corrupted nil Bat en hour came whea this wave of rain swept back in indignation upon fle struggled against t with infinite darfag and power realizing tie enormity of We crime against the hope of aU or the of he went mad BseekiBg ftoat his he rushed to the Cearpo where his mother lay buried and there upon this now weed iddem composed the most dread M sad poem ever conceived by Jus own even the holy emblance of are joavthsoinely reviled sfitoBVnetdf With this piece of infamy of before ftbTaepfcessmie destroyed sad died tie QnetaBi AH HUISOWH SulBoE DP dBHE IBB ERKK DBOWRED IT SE1 Disastrous Storm ei the of Ton koatoWhole TUlajs iagTerriblfr eXM People Ffeeiaf BAH Pacific mail steamer China arrived Ad vices from Japan state that the stunt which swept the Boshna coast oaJaaa ary carried a thousand fishing boate containing between twenty five huadred and three thousand fishermen out to Nine hundred of these boate with all men aboard were lost A great many bodies have drifted oa the The same day eleven boate were wrecked off sad fifty fisher men Oa January twenty three fishermen were drowned oa the coast of A disastrous swept over the coast of Toukomo and Choaie the next Three hundred fishing boats were out and never re The funeral ceremonies for over six hundred fishermen supposed to be drowned in these storms have been and whole villages are in THK Orrat Kioto In with the last preceeding election the socialist vote in Berlin shows an increase of and the vote an increase of The conaervativo vote decreased Two socialists have been elected in this The socialists carried Al Dresden Lalpiic Caemnits and A MOT AT serious riol oc curred here last night A parade of the socialists bent on celebrating their vic tories collidnd with a body or A mounted officer was dragged from his horse and terribly nig legs were He was carried into a police station which WAS subsequently demol ished by the SKVHSTT Seventy arrests have been made at in the county of of persons charged with reerecting the houses of evicted JTOBUCUf law Co ItotaM OB PcrnvU the commons he home in replying to La stated LeCaron had not re ceived any payment from the govern ment since he appeared aa a demanded explicit assur ince that the list of witnesses summoned to appear before the Parnel commission should be furnished before the vote waa called for on the expenses Smith announced that March 3 had Men fixed as the time for the debate on the government motion that the house adopt the report of the Parnell commis A SUCCESSFUL successful opera lion was performed upoa youns Abra ham the son of the American by opening the abscess end the discharge o its It ia now thought there is excellent promise of his GLADSTONE ILL Gladstone is ill of BY With lb PuMw IB DMtnmrt LA Frank Mid night operator of the telephone ex change at Michigan and Hiss Min nie one of the young lady oper ators of the South Bend telephone ex have been in the habit of con versing with each other over the wires and in thia way formed an A few evenings ago they were holding heir customary telephone converse when rounK Middleton proposed that they get narried by telephone and the young idy A justice at Michigan City was called into the lacinRhis to the per ormed the ceremony to the satisfaction of the contracting No license was and the question now bothering the young couple are they really married TBJS A Big at this morning Ire destroyed the tin box and fruit manufactory of Breckenridge the building occupied by Smith k elevator end he building of James dealer IB unk and old The Peoples theater psa considerably damaged by smoke and The loss is about par tially A Granite block burned this The fire was probably caused by firecrackers carelessly thrown by members of the leg islature during their joUflcatton over windup of the legislative The egislatnre books and papers ware Total lose estimated JUM Lsteyes erday af tarnoon snow plows succeeded n breaking ihe new blockade on the Central Pasiflc line over the Ne vada One of the east bound trains that has been on the road five succeeded in reaching the eastern me of the Sierras at Probab y a day or two more will be spent is tanging rails and unless there ia another heavy snow the road will be open for all KANSAS divorcewees panted today in the case of CaptsJB raomns Phelan against hie wife Alice Desertion was the charge si eged ead it wee shown that Phelaa left the captain fa September never the marriage tion of prominent dlizansftom thisf aid BnoluyBWiU start for W oday and toawrrow to Torsi congressional their endeavor to have t a work train this stafBfes scans of the kfflfacoCouelabowr end badly J one of ahtr night knoeked out Gy ronad mintttenand ihalrV ttght 1terfl   

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