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   Burlington Hawk-Eye (Newspaper) - March 6, 1890, Burlington, Iowa                                THE BURL THUBSDAY f MAKCH j mum mm a THE in tie Wurea Pension BIDA Heated flcadon of the OeteWasaincteB Much The bfll in meaning the pension of the widow of General Warren WM taken up end on the question of the vote WM yeas nays At there WM no quorum there WM a cell of the senate when thirtysir Mutton leu quorum Thereupon a motion toy Platt directing the sergeantatarms to reqnett the attendance cf absent sena tors WM agreed After the presidsag officer Ingallt informed the senate that the sergeant ttaniB had Just reported that there were twentytwo senators in the restaurant they had all been notified tn attend and they declined to do In a few disobedient aenatora entered and explained they were discussing the merits of two Columbia river weighing between thirtyfive and foity pounds each which had been shipped to Colonel of who is visiting in and by him served up for the delectation of his friends in the upper The chair announced as there WM a quorum now and two oclock had arrived the educational bill was be fore the senate M unfinished and the Warren pension bill would re main on the Barbour addressed the senate in advocacy of the educational bill and Plumb made an address in opposition to the Executive session A of the March In the house to day tke consideration of the Arkansas election case of Feathentoae Gate resumed and the contestee WM ac corded the floor to speak in his own be of in a four munte defended and eulogized the people of his of who hM charge of the case for the majority of the committee on made a pre sentation of the claims of the In conclusion Houck urged that the colored people of the south should be given a fair Mo man can hold a seat on this floor who WM returned by the means of clubs and fraudulent ballot He WM in favor of a na tional election At the conclusion of his speech Houck demanded the pre Tlous of a who WM supposed to be opposed to the claims of rose and aiked the unanimous consent to address the There WM a good deal of excitement ex hibited during the M the vote very resulting Yeas nays Bo the previous question WM Outhwaite then offered as a sub stitute for the first resolution reported by the declaring Gate WM not entitled to the a resolution declar ing Foatherstone was not entitled to it Teas nays Hill of Illinois voting with the Springer moved to recommit the case to the committee on elections with instructions that the committee appoint a aub committee to proceed to Arkansas to investigate the election in the first dis trict of that Boutelle suggested the propriety of a provision that the members of the committee be permitted to return to Washington Springers motion WM Teas nays 146 Dating the roll call great deal of confusion Ouihwaite called ihe speakers at tention to the fact and Mked that order It is understood they favor aa Catalans provtdiag for ike of Idaho and other territories at one HXING flUffiHGHT March committee on agriculture today the members of congress who desired speak upon the pending bills to regulate An Ent the Tenv the muiofactnre and sale of compound Bepresentative reed a letter signed by President of the Farmers Alliance exchange cf saying Hatch has no au to say the alliance in Georgia wants such n bill Of course it would nun the oil mill industry in the south and damage us about It would reduce the price of cotton seed and raise the price of lard so as to work great hardship to our poor Stewart then concluded his remarks by saying if the use of cotton seed oil WM abolished by the passage of the proposed it would compel the sontnern farmer to go hack to the situa tion of twentyfive years when cot ton seed was used only M a fertiliser or wss thrown Oeneral Joseph of gpoke against the Conger bgislaismSwappinr Tnf fyIbe PUtfom Adoftoi be The house will be in The gentlemen will take eeats and COMB their who WM standing in one of the objected to being pointed The chair did not point out the After a heated argument between the speaker and the latter said The only point 1 desire to snake is that the speaker goes too far when after he hM obtained order and a gentleman is at tempting to find his seat the whole busi ness is suspended and the individual member is pointed out this The chair dose not think any gentleman ought to consider himself any exception to a request made by the speaker that the gentlemen take their The vote declaring Cate not elected 147 and Feather stone coated by 145 and the oath of office administered to hia by the Ad j TUB HAMLB tin March Sena tor Stockbridge presented two immense packages of remonstrances against tke passage of any bill in regard to the ob seivsnce of the or Lords or any other religions or edesiMtical in stitution or rite against the adoption of any resolution for an amendment to the national that would in any way give preference to the principles of any religion above or that will in any way sanction legislation upon the subject of These contain individual signatures of citizens from different states and terri of which Minnesota furnishes and Wisconsin FOUB ran CERT The secretary of the treasury an nounced to day that he is prepared to re sume the purchase of four per cent bonds to such an amount M may by jus tifiable by the available balance in the All offers at 123 flat or less will be EX CONGRESSMAN TAULBXB nCPBOVUfO ExCongretsman Taulbee is reparted better this Yesterday morning the physicians placed Taulbee under the influence of chloroform and made a successful effort to find the It WM located in the rear cf the but on account of the weak condition of Taulbee it was not Taul bee has made his and requested that the case against Kincaid be even in case of his own Taulbees condition is very sorious to There is little hope of his recov AeBKBKKHTB WITH OTDIAKS APFKOVED The president hM approved the agree ments entered into with the several bands of Chippewa Indians in Minnesota under the act of congress approved Jan uary About four million acres were ceded to the government under this All penons are warned against trespassing upon the reservations until notice is given out by the govern meet that they may ACT The president today approved the act providing for an assistant secretary of HOHTOKB FXNSIOR Assistant Secretary Bussey today de cided an ippeal which WM taken by Almira Morton from the adverse action of the bureau of on her claim for a pension M the widow of Lieutenant Colonel Charles cf the 84th regiment of Illinois He grants Morton a pension of 830 per beginning May THi EXECUTIVE In the executive session of the senate this afternoon no conclusion was nacned in the matter of the violation of secresy by the newspapers The eenate con firmed William Rambusch as super visor of census for the first district of OPPOSES TEX SILVER BILL Congressman of Massachu today argued before the house committee in opposition to the senate silver He while personally a he WM willing to try a further experiment by passing the treas uty but under no circumstances could he vote for the senate The committee considered the first two sec tions of the Windom bill and rejected several amendments be fore the United States supreme court in the Daegle habeas corpus casewMcon eluded Choate continued his ar gument on the line laid down by him of the supremacy of the United States to He maintained that wlien the constitution vested a ju dicial power in the courts and to carry this into effect enacted laws to divide the country in it neoeesarily im plied that in the discharge of the dutiei eo imposed upon the officers ol the courts should be absolutely protected by the government whose servants they The oase WM closed by Attorney Gen eral of In behnlf of the He conceded that TO INVESTIGATE CLAYXOX S The subcommittee of the house com mittee on elections dedded to recommend the full committee report to the house on the resolution providing for a searching inquiry by a subcommittee into the events attending the assassination of who WM the contestant for the seat in the house now occupied by Breck EDMUNDS MEAT IKSPBCTION The senate bill on foreign relations to day reported several amendments to the Eimunds bill providing for the inspec tion of meats for exportation prohibit ing the importation of adulterated arti cles of The prindpal changes put the execution of the provi sions of the bill into the hands of the secretary of agriculture instead of the secretary of the aad the power conferred on the president to issue retal iatory proclamations to exdude the products of any country discriminating against the products of the United States is stricken out A KE88AGB OF The president hM sent condolence to MlsJsttrr of te March At Jefferson dry it is now considered a settled fact that Treasurer Moland is short over Treasurer Koland was at the state capl tol thhi morning and ttdteratad his for saer denials of It hM now de veloped that Governor white in Kew received a telegram from his March WM after eleven oclock when President Thunton called the national convention of the Republican League to order to Hot snore than half of the dele gates were than in their seats and the remainder kept straggling until The proceedings were opened with after which telegrams and letten were read from President Con gressman of Mew and Invitations tendered by the governor of the state and the saembsnof the legis lature to seats oa the floor of the house were accepted aad an invitation WM ex tended to thii league to attend a reception at the state house at this WM ac cepted unanimously aad aa adjournment taken for that purpose until two At the capitol the visitors were wel comed by the legislators with cheering and waving of handkerchiefs aad Addresses of welcome were made by Speaker Clapp and Governor the speaker welcoming the league in the name of the legislature and promised not to count thei to make e Presi dent Tnunton responded warmly in part We will go home with a bet tor idear of the possibilities f Tennessee than we ever had before and the result will be worth millions to the state which We recognizs there must be two political parties and when they are nearly equal in strength public interests are best Thank God that the republican party is in the supremacy and that the democratic party is strong enough to hold it The applause following the upeech was of long Then the band played Dixie and Yankee Doodle and intense enthusiasm WM again the memben of both parties standing on chain aad desks and waving Several other brief addresses were made and the reception Tha convention met again at three odock and the platform WM presented and It heartily congratulates the country upon the success and mar vellous prosperity that has attended the first year of the republican resumption of power in the federal government congratulates President Harrison and de dares absolute confidence in and pledges him their cordial It rejoices in the restoration of vigor and statesmanship in the conduct of foreign M illustrated by the Sassoan treaty and PanAmerican congress in the prudent management of the treasury by which the national debt is being extinguished with significant ability and the money market protected against speculative combina tions in the great in the postal service the opening up of new territory in the progressive policy of the secretary of the navy and in the faithfulness and practical wisdom that have characterized the present manage ment of the other departments of gov The platform demands the maintenance of the American system of protection to American industry and but pledges support to a thorough and equitable revision of the so as to adapt the protection it affords to the changed business It ar raigns the democratic party for the manner in which for years it prevented the accomplishment of this purpose denounces the practices of the democratic party in persistent and outrageous efforts to de prive the southern republicans of the right of f ran chiie reasserts the expressed determination of the republican party to maintain this right to the fullest extent and condemns any theory of state rights which shsll be held to prevent the gov ernment fiom protecting nil its dtizens in the enjoyment of their religions and political The government of the United States having the unques tioned right to demand of every citizen services in her defense in time of is bound by every prindple of consistency aad good faith to protect the dtixens in the full and freeenjoyment ia each and every right conferred by the con And this convention protests against seating in the American congress of any no matter of which who presents himself for admis unless his election is untainted either by violence or and endorses the present notion of con gress ia carrying out this The platform favors the general provisions of the iatentate commerce act and demands the regulation of all railway and trans portation liaes in a manner to insure fair and reasonable rates to producers and consuBwn favors such legslation M would prevent illegal combuusiort and unjust exactions by aggregated capital and corporate powers insists upon the suppression of trusts and like at the same time favoring the protection of all American business interests from the destructive and unfair We emphasise our approval of liberal aad equitable pension No whether disabled in the service or should be per mitted to and his days ia the poor nor should his family be allowed to suf fer want That the difcrissinating pre ference of the union veterans in appoint ments to rnblie is one of the features of tail M a just and liberal policy towards the sol dien aad sellon who defeaded our gov it meets our warmest committee or league submitted a declar ation fimphasiiing the repressed dsvorce mt of the work of organUslion from an efforts to the action of any or to indicate preference for only individual that it was not in the province of the league to dictate the policies or principles of the party call ing the attention of the states leagues to the necessity of organising in every promising congressional district the ne cessity of immediate organisation in the and calling the attention of the national congressional committee end national and state executive committees to the necessity for immediate prepara tion and distribution of TMTg litera The report WM adopted M pre The next convention will be held nt The election of officers re suited u follows John of Nebraska of Hew York PhineM of Con Among the vicepresidents and members of the executive committee are O The convention then adjourned sine XO TBY la Am Xeelnfntttsd us B March 5 special confer ence of the German Evangelical church made up of fifteen ministers from the Iowa Des Wisconsin and Pittsburg conferences to try Bishop Bowman of this met this morning and took a recess until two oclock this afternoon after effecting a preliminary Bishop Bowman WM not present bland March the demo cratic state convention today John of was nominated for governor of for lieutenant with the re mainder of the ticket of BKUeeiiiae CHIN IMS MISTAKE OETIBD TBD CUKE II KRil IVB hws0tsv 9ns lurch After the election of Allison by both houses yesterday bat little work re mained in that direction for It cmMsittee recnssssendfd aa to the but to the effect that the commfc sten of six lo divide the new territory into wards should be by the governor instead cf by toe district The discussion wss carried on mainly by Gatch and there being no opposi and the hffl passed easily under suspension of the Thisisthefint bill pessed daring the Before going into the Joint convention the senate passed n concurrent resolution for n joint convention tomorrow morn ing Uke election of wardens and state and Taylors joint calling upon congress to pass n law placing jute end sisal grasa oa the free was being con sidered when it became time to go into joint to further eonsidtra seemedtothe M though the set doni i A Gnat IM March A special to the Free Press from Port give particulars of the discovery by United States secret service agents of the regular route for import irg chinamen surreptitiously into tie that United a They learned named Tick Chun was engaged in the business and last Thursday succeeded in arresting four Chinamen just brought in from All had cards showing where they were to The secret service men also gained information that Tick Chun was regularly in the business and had contracted to pass in two hundred of hia countrymen at 920 per JACKBON ta 8ma Lambtrt IB Tow settlement of the senatorial question re moved one of the Bust obstructive pre liminsifas ia tke way of and heartily glad tke nutter WM so nicely and The memban wen rather afraid would make a lucky tun ia for and in case they so the wotk of holding the ra in Mne would have been very difficult It is well known hat there are republican memben who prefer Larrabee to aad it hi also well known that there are counties which would have demanded that their representa tives should vote for Lsrrabee should there be any chance of his By nominating Larrabee aad giving him unanimous support the democrats would have hdd the independent vote and would have shown regard for the im mense number of petitions presented previous to the But M usual they made great mistake and lost a great advantage for themselves in the next There is some dissatisfaction ex pressed M to the committee assign ments made by Wilson on the re publican Some older members were not given while new men were and this seems to be rather an unpleasant condition of things for the old Oa the demo cratic of there couldnt be anv Those memben have The work of the joint convention WM not very extensive Promptly at twelve oclock the senate WM and the members took seats at the right side of the house with Lieutenant Governor Poyreer presiding and Speaker Hamilton beside He announced the purpose of the joint convention to be to compose the journals of the two houses in refer ence to the election of United States sen ator Secretary Cochrane read the sen ate journal showing that Allison had re ceived 98 Bestow 20 and Lurabee The house journal was read by Chief Clerk and M corrected showed Allison had Bestow 43 and Larrabee ft It WM thus apparent that Alli son had been duly chosen in each so he WM declared elected for the term HIP BEnmOiT Prohaattity that the OBBV Uea Will he AhaadaaedTBe Far Ball BeportMaster IOBCBSB March 5 ntbeawat of Bttmvck from the chancellorship within M short a time M is now said to be definitely settled The natter hM been but great difficulty arises ia relation to the future organiza tion of the It is not alone a qOMtion of the ability of the nun to re place the but of lifelong familiarity with the tremendous ques tions of innumerable threads of which it is not possible for say man to The problem 1s consider1 tke weakly payiM ably eoatlicatad by reserved righto ended ia a for hie The pope looked at Octant Coif Mkertaatvedtba A Anrriaa laaiiisgiiiaa ms good choral accusstsnBMB sad thai the topes powerful voieeaeardt BTongkrtheStttine taa Hence poured out of the Tatt CBB March shoe factory ax Weiasaafelts bnraed Seven lost their lives ia March Prasaiaa stinister of i imstructed to draft foe subssfsstoa landtag bills loohtag to aMttteawatef tke labor questions based oa the opinion state comea Provisional for the of experts givm before the pndbw pessanof the XJU March final before ihe senate committee this afternoon OB stisoef beginning certificates March of election were Toe then read and signed by the presiding offlcen and secretaries of the two This WM all that could be so the joint convention The senate was merely called to order and idjonrned till tomorrow The louse reconsidered its amendment to the concurrent fixing the time for a joint convention for and concurred in the resolution M it WM The house then adjourned till tomorrow had nothing to give 10 the older not the shown out for members any preference Republicans who some were over are possessed by Wurtaai targ aad other all j salons of their and who may make con siderable trouble when Bismarck shall have removed his strong right hand front the Bismarck hM promised to remain at his post till this matter is The means adoptA will probab ly be the substitution of a number of in dependent ministries in place of the present imperial MaBTBB March 5 Jack sons combination showed here a powerful man weighing about 220 came on the stage to stand four rounds before At the start Lambert seemed afraid and after striking at Jackson grabbed him around the He did the same in the second round and the audience yelled like In the third round when Lambert persisted in hug Jackson tried to figaihimbutLun bert wouldnt have it He picked Jack son up and ran across the platfrom with They were separated and brought back to the center when Lambert struck Jackson a blow that staggered him and the darkey seemed Ia the fourth round Jackson fought hard but when time WM called Lam bert wae in good shape and the cheering crowd carried him Jack son is terribly discomuted and hM chal lenged Lambert to finish the fight BA8B MAIJu The BteaUaB the at ataawaMs March National League magnates met tonight for the first time since Some objec tions were made to the which is on a tenclub and it WM referred back to the which will report There is much gossip among the and Manager Leadly of Detroit thinks there will be only eight clubs in the league after He is of the opinion that Indianapolis and WMh ington will go He is anxious to buy the Washington Mana ger of Indianapolis appean much exercised over the fear that his team will be thrown out Secretary of doesnt think that Detroit will go in M it would necessitate a com plete rearrangement of the groups and a heavy increase of mileage The delegates refuse to say what subject was under discussion tonight It is believed an eightclub league WM the topic con The opinion tonight is that both Indianapolis aad WMhiagton will be bought out It is now thought that Datroit has given up the idea of buying Indianapolis or Washington and will try to get into the In the latter move it is understood that they will be HXS THAT liAYa TUiUD IB4MM FaUss Her Owanr With Batter March of this hM a freak of a hen that lays Easter It is a young pullet of the Plymouth Rock va and for several days since she began she hM laid aa egg every day that is a deep pink aU over with a white spot on the small No coloring is necessary to prepare the egg for An Indianapolis drummer has offered Hall for the pullet but the offer WM We aid the labor night mat a law for the Judges while traveling to or from but maintained no such law had been passed giving tail either in words or by and that its nssase was absolutely essential in order to oast polios power of the It oomssitteeon ttielr into to private i and nt once hurried sosae aad to Jefferson taking charge of the treasurers nfflos at thebondsssaamet aad the de ficit must be snet and the matter hushed bat to this proposition the governor on the ground that such na action would be unlawful and ha could not afford to eosnnrasaisahisssett in ttat the I bought a boBla of Fain It cared saaia taiea days I and Insist oa i who is afflicted with that terri For sale by all dignity of of prover legis lation protect its We UBSwerviagly oppose every attempt aea the fruits of or place hon est workssen in easnpatittaa with pan and dosssstie or rigid aafcrcsaint of this adauais tretfoaof the attsa labor contract law The request sould receive We approve of the of legislative onasinsmnna We approve tkeacttoB of the various legitlanina in t a ayatssa of ballot reform rfraadatthepoUsis is able to vote inde Weheliava to be the the work rteiiBcnmBndBsSn hv reeo rofthniqaatttykyta of tkafpoHcytab Nxw March of the United States circuit handed down a decision today in the ease of William Wall against the trustees of the American Cotton Trust denying the sio tion for a decree restraining and enjoin ing the trust from dissolving until the termination of twentyone for which time the concern WM March went into the burn WilkasBsire early inclined to complain should bear in mind the fact that the number of positions at the disposal of Wilson WM very limited he had promises to redeem the same M if he had been made speaker without and we know he made the assignments wita due regard for the public the party and his own personal promises It would have relieved him greatly if the job had been to some one and now it ia with very poor after having placed the matter ia his hands with power to do M he thought for any memben to make complaint because he exercised his judgment M well M possi ble under the It would be better to remember that there is an unfortunate and embarrassing condition of affairs all and under the cir cumstances it could not be expected that all were to be The matter of printing the journal of the house is an endless source of annoy Tha printing law of the ust legis lature put the journal in ihe same dais M the reports of state aad this plan has buen Heretofore the journal BM been set in long primer and now it is being set with four to pica all extracts and quotations being in brevier Setting it in this way will increase the number of pages but will make it present a much bettor The members seem to be afraid of expense ia this re and have decided to in vestigate the matter It came up this morning aad recom mitted in order to have it thoroughly in Tomorrow it will come up again and be The paUtiona in the house this morn ing wen almost of the sane character M those of the The greater number of them were in reference to the soldiers monument One presented by of Mked that the laws against the manufacture of artidea from Iowa products be This had special reference to the manufacture of intoxicating and was referred to the committee OB the suppression of The memben of the house who were absent yesterday during the election of United States desiied to have thOhsdves recorded M voting for the vicious so it was and the record thus appeared in the joint It M if there would be a re sumption of the contest on the reference of Dents license bill this He desired to get it Mhe Mked the other to the democratic committee on police but M opposition WM at once raised he withdrew his de sire nod it will aot be referred till after it Bobe important bins in the house this morning were lissit the right of ap peal to the supreme By accord greater freedom to the public By apportioa the state into repressntitive This nuke 99 districts and if adopted will prevent anotker By apponkn the state into representative By HeadChanging the state priatiag ana binding Under the coastderatioa of resolutions Bteele offend one providtag for the printing of copiM of the mlM when The resolution WM up and Aaataet a DBS March number of petitions against a soldiers monument and favoring a hospital at the soldiers home WM introduced in both houses this Among the important bills introduced in the house were the following To limit the right of appeal to the supreme court to accord greater freedom to the public press to apportion the state into representative districts to change the printing and binding law to define aad punish vagrancy to amend the law in relation to the sale of intoxi eating liquors to regulate the issuing of mileage books to prescribe the forms and terms of promissory notes to pro vide for a change of method ia tne school book supply to change the election laws and provide for the adoption of Myers patent voting The house concurred in the resolution calling for a joint convention for the election of amending it so that the meeting will be held The joint resolution favoring the auto matic coupler At twelve odock the senate WM an and after being called to order tile journals of the two houses of vwter day in reference to the election of United States senator were and Allison WM declared The joint con vention then dissolved aad the house ad journed until THK The most of the time in the senate this morning WM spent in the discussion of the annexation The most important bill introduced WM by ing the pharmacy law in accordance with the wishes of the State Pharmaceut ical The annexation bill then passed without A concurrent resolution WM adopted calling a convention tomorrow for the election of of the state printer and The committee on federal relations re ported favorably on Taylors joint reso lution calling on congress to place jute on the free list During the discussion the senate went into joint convention with the after which it adjourned until BMMt Boa As taMr Fsnao Away March Abraham son of Robert United States who hM been suffering for a long time from blood poisoning arising from a malignant car died a few minutes after eleven this During the morning the boywMin a comatose He suffered no pain and passed away Lincoln and family were at the bed side of the dying boy from early in the morning until he Upon being in formed of the death of Master the queen immediately sent a message of sympathy to The body will be embalmed and sent home for in The funeral services will be held Fri day next Only the intimate friends of the family and the officials of the United States legation will be The body will be deposited temporarily ia the catacombs at Kensal whence it will be transferred to the family tosab at it of wsgsa bill of Hew daiming to represent the Union Labor opposed that Senator RneschcoBdamaed questioning ate right to represent orgsss ised Then the committee lourned aad the crowd filed outinrs the corridor where Curtis Dunftaaa the reporter for the Hew York Woiht WM The World ia advocating the weekly pay bill and has strongly eritiasd Dunham Caney spoke to and then struck at blvaua Rice stooped up to stop when Caiseys dealt hiss a staggering blow fall iu tint left cutting hia For a mo ment a general acuflU which wsa stopped by the intervention of Senate railway oa ridge tmtheHraaeefceea March debate on the amendment to Smitha motion relative to the adoption by the commons of the Psraell commission report moved by WM resumed Mac a home said ha believed the appointment of the commission WM oerely an atttempt by the government to stir up hatred against the He charged the government with allowing Pigott to M it d Lord Ar had allowed Arthur Somerset to a political Sir Charles a admitted that the report proved very little that M not kaowa but said it proved hat WM before disputed That men had undergone long terms of transporta tion for ISM than had baen proved against scma of the defendants before Nxw March 5 en of the Kettbsbuxg bridge have eoa vincedRussdl Sage that they will act submit to have the interest oa V bonds scaled down from four to six The Iowa Central faulted on the Keithabnrg bridge because Sage thought the guarantee of six per cent by the Iowa central wae too great He told the bondholders that they could accept four pax ceat if It wsa A committea of bondholden met a committee of Iowa Central people today to affect a The Iowa Central peopCB i offered ia behnlf of the company to pay five per ceat oa tke bridge bonds and that bondholden committee promptly rsfusad to accept the The conference ad journed to sseat again THB BATB March stakfau a H rate from Louis to Kansas City the Missouri Pacific hsa rot the worth rate to Atehisoa and Josepk to Omaha 25 and Pueblo The Bnrlingtoa announces a Dss The president today sent to the seaaai the following nominations Isaac of to be pension sgsnt Chicago William Rambusch to supervisor of census for the first sin district Captain chief the bureau of yards and docks of f navy with relative rank BY Bwarara Bvthert hUn Mary WILEBSBA tkis morning to searck for tke butreturned to the snrfaes at eleven odock and reported that they could find BO trace of the Offldsi say that aQ hope of findmf given of the them is BOW Special to Ten March Edwin Rothert and Miss Mary Francis were married in Des Moiaes Rothert is an old Keokak boy who hM BOW permanently settled in the capital graduated from our high school and WM in business here for sofiie time Since leaving here he has been engaged in the land office at but for the pMt two yean he hM been in the office of the secretary of state at Des Rothert is a native of Das Moines and is known M a very beautiful and winsome The young people have many friends in Keokuk w them the greatest the Parnell He scouted Psraells private of removing the books of tke A lively passage here Camp bell declared that he iMt saw the books In and as far M he knew the same books had been produced before the Lewis contended that every charge that had toen disproved would have been proved if all the books had been Sexton said he wished to explain on be half of Parnell why they refused to place at the dispofal of their opponents a state ment of the finances of tne Lewis Mked if this WM a legitimate explana tion which had been overlooked in the report If the nooks had beta produced they would have shown before aQ other evidsace whether the respondents were honest men or Holbrook ssovtd to resolutioa for a joint eoaveatioa tomor row by mskiaf it His assaad Theanentlon Ml WM taken i the Farther eluded by the vention for to election joint con si of journals in of United States bthe n tke nutter of petitions wen Only n few were presented i to soldiers HxwYi the sale of this saoraiag belonging to L of Ttnessstiefle trotting stud of Los the staffloa bought by of for Alcaxark BBS a record of follows By OalBwell by establish aa ssaargsaf y rand the of g people ho wish Dt Tan SIMM to Tns March 5 of the Hancock county court is ia session aere with a slisa i Judge one of the aad awst able jurists oa the is The grand j in seasioB aad it is iatimatad that win bring in quite a gist of indicts Court days now are vastly dil from what they were forty to fifty j There WM considerably gatioa oa account of Mormon tisue aatti new Murder trials ware and tke courts wen occni with a certain dais of litigation that day seldom cosaea to Promina attendants upon court in Carthage veeni ego wen Stephen Abraaaail Nehsmiah BushnelL Calvin Dick ardsoa and others whose names On the spot where Judge I fields handsome residence now si stood the first court house It WM a log Asjatart March papers have paragraphed for weeks pMt the im pending Connemsra divorce but not till when the petition WM filed by the did the enormity of the scandal Lidy Connemara hM been here six months and hM resisted all efforts of her husbands relatives to keep the scandal out of the When ex posure WM inevitable hia lordship WM granted a six months leave aad is aow not over six feet front hint when the shot WM but it missed its It is also claimed that Skinners son did not shoot at M the Utter ehnrged t last night Skinner is rat oa bsfl and Ustm discharging his duties as aa Ben tt and it fins the hffl better than anything we could nay It given ate the greatest 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