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   Burlington Hawk-Eye (Newspaper) - March 8, 1890, Burlington, Iowa                                THE ESTABLISHED SATURDAY MABCH 18901 filSTHEfl BEaMflNT TfiWS fflCLE Ell SHOULD OWK HIS TELEGRAPH Comgressional ProceedingsThe PI reel lax UillThe Senate Secret See eeneral March The house committoe on pnet omcers and post roads today resumed the consideration of the portal telegraph and was addressed by Balph chairman of the legia latlve committee of the Knighte of Labor Representative Wade introduced in the last congrnsx a bill for government tele graph embodying the Knights of Labor but the bill had died with many He did not think the ter generate hill was a good business What farmer would buy half a farm when he could buy whole one The government was abundantly hble to buy the whole Uiing uuri carry it on without furnishing buuiiiuae opportuuities for Home one This now is practically a govern of by corporations and for said was rolicitiouc bboat the people in thu lelngraph buniness who would be ruined by government Yet ke was president of the corporation that had repeatedly crushed opposition com panies and other people who invested muuey in the telepranh The witness favored the Wade bill and said the Rovertiment Bhould operate and control its owe syttem He admitted if the bil resulted in cheap telegraph rates fir Uio people generally he would be better pleaded than under tbc prefltnt He wanted tho Wade bill piaecd but se a legislation was the rusull of compromise ho should lx flail to nee the Wanamaker bill pass ed as an opening G KANT fOtifSrl Ipateege of the at die if that party failed to mate good its that the fact would put an end to the He war not mistaken as to the source from which the most misrepre at the north concerning the bill had The Jesuitical power ci the country had decided a way to get control ft the schools was first to get control of the press The prees had re ceived its full share of attention acd had manifested its full share of sub New York papers were mo nopolies of the worst aad the country papers have been perverted and poisoned by After an executive session the senate adjourned until THK of Kill March Tho senate on public lands thin morning agreed upon and Kenator Plumb subfie quuutly reported a general land grant bill framed on the same lines an thu bill patsed by the senate during thu Hst The bill forfeits to thu United Btatos the lands opposite to and continuous with that portion of any railroad not now completed and in opera tion for the construction and benefit of which the lands have heretofore been granted It is that this shall not be construed as forfeiting any lands heretofore earned by the con struction of any portion of a railroad un der any act of congress making a grant of public Persons in possession of any forfeited lands under a title derived from the state or corporation to which the restored lands were are given the right to purchase lands from the United States in quantities not exceeding three hun dred and twenty acres by any person at the rate of 81 25 per at any time within two years after the passage of the Where persons or corporations hold land to uader the terms of the they cannot obtain a title from the United they are given six months within which to remove their growing crops or improvement which may bo A clause added to the section provides that it shall not apply to any landn n Iowa on which any per eon in good f aivh has made or asserted a right to make a preemption or home etead The bill repeats cer tain of several acu in regeid land grants in Iowa and Micucaota whicu rn tlict with ite provisions In the homestead entries of forfeited thu parties will be given credit for the time they have already been on the UtUSC Xtaw ol Dolpte In lb SanloH D C March Senator special committee having failed to extract any information from the newspaper today took another und bofiinniug at the heai of the Bummoned mombBm of the senate to appear bulore it and put them through a course of questioning similar to that ap plied to the newspaper It is under stood those summoned today asserted they hnd never disclosed the proceedings beyond the limitations of the The ex itnination of the senators will require two or three The impression pre vails hat ihe resolution to imprison cor reuponrloau for contempt will fail but there is a probability that some of them will he ccrtifictd to the district attorney for prosecution on the charge of March of from the committee on reported a resolution in the Al abama contested election case of Threat The which ucunimously declares Clark en titled to hie The speaker laid before the house the senate bill referring to the court of claims of Woodbridge for his invention of projectiles for tne rifled It was defeated after some The house then went into a comniiUea of the whole on the private Without transacting any business of importance the committoe rose and the house took a recess till evening which session will be for Uie consideration of pension The house at the sesioa psss ed five private pension and adjour WASHINGTON Almot AbKB March Taiilbee is still bat liis cicdition is very pre carious and the moat sanguine of his physicians has almott abandoned THE Chicago men reached here last night were again before the subcommit tee on the worlds fair this talking the of the H is not believed thai the names of the in will bs selected by ths Block holders within a but the com mittee will be delayed 02 that ac THE DIRECT TAX The direct tax bill was today reported back to the house from the judiciary accompanied1 by a majority report submitted by and a minority report by The majority says the views en the bill last year meet the approval of the majority and are adopted by them ia reporting the bill back this The minority says the veto message of ei President Cleveland ia so accurate and lucid in its so cogent in its reasoning and logical in iis deduction that the minority report adopts it as expressing their views on the IK FAVOK OK Bianr HOUBS ExRrepresentative of New appeared before the houee committee on postoffices today to advo cate the passage of pending bills to limit the work of postal clerks to eight hours daily at full salary and to grant them fifteen days leave Sev eral others also spoke in favor of the eighthour TO INVESTIGATE A CRIME At a meeting of the house committee on elections a sub committee con sisting of Chairman Lacey reported on the evi dence in hand in the ClaytonBracken ridge Arkansas contest and stated that owing to tae akded aasasoination of whereby the contest was sus it is of the highest importance that the matter be fully They reported a resolution providing for the uppjintrncnt of a BubcommiUee of five members to make a full asd thorough investigation and if necessary to Ar ktntbs to pursue the The reso lution TOMS adopted by a unanimous THB CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINATION ENDED The examination of nxPostmaster Paul of Milwaukee concluded This disposes of the investigation and the committee will now decide upon the course to be followed in its general THK lOrXBKV THK Mill r Will 1robablr B Moadar March The Chicago delegation today discussed with the house subcommittee the fair It is thought that it will be finished The chairman of the Chicago Lyman to day re ceived a telegram from a number of Chi oago gentlemen representing an aggie puts capital of between 50 and saying We wish you con tinued success in We will aland bv you and the committee in every way Chicago will ac in the prove equal to any Ton can count on our hearty IOWA in Iowa Dmnrnt ska SpeolnUo March Monroe William Winaebaco Nancy Bailey Cal houn William Pirks Bano Buena Vista Henry Van Eawim Canoll Wil liam Name Changed Russell to Jennie Discontin Pottawattamie coun ty Fremont county bee oountv Mount Scott conaty Lyon county Valley flarrlion Postmasters Appoint Deoatur Ella Hamton Climbing Woodbary Kurd Monroe Terry Humboldt Notestine Okabojt Dickin son Wilsoaj Waet Iowa XJiB March after aoma at of Scld to be Crrrod for Votm FfcvertBB BtUc BiswAiiCK March A private letter written by Attorney General Good win to friend in was read iu the legislature The letter states that the lottery people are from to down to mem bers to support their bill with the under standing that the amount would be doubled when the meatrure was It is said that the attorney gent rals po litical rival is holding out for As a plaa to fight the lottery scheme it was proposed to let it ripen and permit the members who it to go on record and then by rousing public opin defeat its passage over the gover nors ItisBsil au attempt will bo made to FULLED BIS NOSB The sensation of Goodwins letter is still the talk of the capital city and the feeling in the matter is aggravated by the sensational outcome of the publica tion of the the Today while Goodwin was talking with other gentle men in the corridor of the rep resentative Walsh approached and asked by what authority his name had been used in the After a few words had paased between the two Walsh suddenly seized Gjodwin by the The latter freeine turned and walked GDodwiu weighs 125 pounds while Walsh is more than twice as The attorney general is urged by friends to tske laeal action against Walsh but far ha has The annoyance occasioned by the con tinual crying of tfle at once ceases when the cause is promptly removed by using Balls Baby The most beautiful complexion can only be possessed where there is pure Lsxador will renovate the and remove M March The United Mine Workers of Illinois today rCVTU UVUU DUBMW BMB1MBI mat would equalize the price incompeti tive districts subject to modification and alteration of the national executive com A two vote will hereafter be necessary to alter the The convention adjonrned after alerting the following officers Wm Coal City EbenEer Braoeville state andi tors John aad vportaat tonminees tte aaviac fmnlic fenfld been saaoaad tae SAK MVoh pri vate firm of Balloc atenad ettimated at Tae it a branch at the beakfarg house Balloc Txemi of It it stated that at toon at the receivet a remittance from Paris they win be aMe to pay aU liabui Freeaampteof PiETICDLAItS CF THE IHffiJBLE LIB Heartrending SceaecThe Cause of the AccidentA List of tke Dead aad WonadedPanic at a The Dayg March work of cuicg the dead and mangled victims of the terrible wreck on the Lake Shore near Bay last has been going on all There were many aad incidents connected with the one of the saddest being the kill ng of Joseph cf Saratoga She and her husband were on their wed ding having been married about a The husband waa terribly in but his physical differing ras nothing compared to his mental He acted in a distracted calling upon the doctors to cave and avtng over her broken acd bruized and of Roches were instantly killed while their eighteenmonthEold girl in its mothers arms did not receive a Superintendent of the Lake Ihore Bays Bleeping Car Conductor pest discovered the break and went into three different the auto matic brake corda and trying to stop the ear section but they wouldnt le waa trying to set up the hand brakes when the crash Couch could not assign any reason for the of the automatic brakes to They are generally When aeked why the engine with the froni part of he train did not run away from the rear he eaid the break occurred on a own grade and that gave increased peed to the rear The eagi leer claims the brakes on his part of the rain became set and he couldnt get way from the rear part in He discover the break when it occur his attention being necessarily di ectcd ahead most of the THE LIST OF names f those killed in the accident on the Shore road near Bay View last night are a colored porter ohn of Ohio John of uppnsed to be a traveling agent ud of nd of Saratoga New This morning the ies of the killed were brought into tie central depot where the coroner took harge of them end conveyed four of hem to the that Bilacus jeing sent to her A special will take the jury to the j FURTHER The relief and wrecking train sent to be scene relumed oclock his It was met by large and nxious and it brought the first i finite particulars of the unbalances and a corps of surgeons were also in and the work of ransferring the injured persons to the spital was quickly It is learned that all those who were eriouelv injured were in the front part f the Follman car nearest the lyewitnetaes of the accicent give the ighest to the big negro porter of ho With great ireseace of mind this man dashed into ho wreckage and at much danger to self succeeded in extinguishing the amps ia the which were flaring up ominously and would soon have set he car afire but for his timely which toubUess saved many persons rom pcriihing by The tction of the sleepingcar con Louis showed bravery cool He was the first lerson in the rear section of the train to lotice that a coupling had Be nstantly applied the airbrake by if a rope running the but it ailed to He ran through three ars aad made a cimilar but tee apparatus was disabled iu As a lost tsnrt he turned to the hand brakes and was screwing the nearest one up to the ighest notch when the HAUPTB a well known lawyer of this who was in tho first in an interview tonight said Thltruth s the train was not in a fit coalition o carry human beings froa the itce it left A coupling iroke before we left that but after rards the conductor assured me that all was right At Dunkirk the train parted The steam were broken the airbrakes failed to Atrav ling companion and I discussed the sit uation and almost made up our minds to Ret off there and wait for another rat finally took our Haupt ays the wreck occured at only even miles from Buffalo yet it was two tours and a half before the relief train arrived on the PAKIC AT A trans TMUBMBS BOBM NBW fam lies were put in peril early this morning iv afire in a tenementhouse in Lndlow Several fire boxes failed to work and the flames gained considerable head way betore the firemen There was a terrible panic among the frighten ed and halfnaked who suf erred terribly also from There were many narrow and one child will probably die from about A azpIMlaau March ex plosion occurred at noon in the shaving or dust room of the Armstrong furniture and a resultant fire completed the Three Fred Willie Cheatham and George who were in the room eating were burned to Charles the had legs broken and was otherwise badly March suburb of Plymouth was terribly shaken jy a cavein this the surface settling in tome placet ten feet One louse wai completely wrecked tad sev eral badly No one was seriously OavtBC March colored men ware aflled and one fatally injured by a caving saad bank on the Horfolk aad Weatern road March dwelling of Alexander was boned today aad who was subject to epi leptic To grab hit wifes green um rellt tad into the middle of tke treet directly ia the path of the oncom ing steeds work of a moment for ie excited His and aerating brought the hones to a sadden The fire ladies drove off ut the crowd cheered the old fellow at e returned to the sidewalk let em ran away if they want Ill never risk my life to ave their necks creatra Coftmenauim ia StrMtt of rar night Patrick of wound up a big pree in a disreputable house on Clark This afternoon he at ie point of a from jmie in whose company he jewels valued at which ie The woman screamed and rowe the bullet lodging ia the ashy part of her armCrowe teizsd er jewelry and rushed toward the street Attnedcorhe was met by a colored whom he knocked senseless with ice but of hit He got way lor the time being and later in in afternoon pawned the flier who had been watching or met him at the door of the awnshop and attempted to arrest ut was instantly shot the bullet sssicg through his faca and cutting hit ongua in Crowe ran down ie followed by a hnn red Officer Briscoe located blocks attempted with a rawn revolver to stop the flying ut Crowe promptly planted a bullet in ritcies breast and kept Soon e turned and discharged the last car id ie Et his tie bullet striking in the At last Crows as cornered in a blind but kept he fcrowd at bay with his revolver ntil two detectives stole a march on im knocked him down and hand jffed Fully one thousand people allowed the trio to the yelling but the detectives landed im safely behind the Crowe is jripOced to have been crazy from Mr Crowe is a native of where his wife is at His other resides in the western part of ws and Magistrate of his ow AlUr Oiatcr mud Fruit Itt dailrlii of March Bays ans are being perfected whereby a rge English syn1ic3te is to gain control nearly ninety five per cent of the oys r and fruit packing houses of Balti These represent an annual out ut of capital of between fifteen to wenty millions of Competition this business has caused serious irinkage of profits during the past five THE wn to Tklrty ZiroFrnlt March temper lire at Saratoga this morning fell to wentyfour below the coldest isre in twp In the rati c ary ranged from twenty six to irty March lermometer here reeistered thirty de ees below zero this morning and thirty ve below at Mich March cold eather of the past few days has greatly amsged the peach and the proj ects aie that there will only be half a op next J i IK THB BIPfJtUS Okutly Tradaidy IB Moscow March 7 ghastly tragedy b come to light in thia A parcel as left at the residence of Prince Dol oroukcff containing the head of a With the parcel was left a note earing no signature saying This is ur first We wUl eoon outdo ack the It is believed the oman was killed for betraying the Bitbop Bowman March conference at the Emsnuil Evangelical church today udereil the following verdict against ishop BTwman The charges aie BUS Bowman is found guilty and de osed from office as Bishop and the min try until the next general he charge of unchristian conduct onsisted of numerous alleged slanderous osertions against fellow ministers num ous charges of falsehood andunbecom g One charge on the latter round was that he stigmatized the ction of a certain conference as a cheme conceived in hell and brought crth in DOWB Pi March Rock Island given notice beginning Mon the passenger rate from Kansas ity to Colorado Springs and Pueblo will be This is to meet the Missouri Pacific cut Other will ollow This makes the rate from Chicago to Denver 118 and 115 for first and TrotitBB NEW March tale of trotting lorsea commenced this The nllowing are the most important tales Valensin Boy by Bac to Jacob for 10 Con 13 300 Gold H Lang New Mora peolxl to THB March gooJ citizens of our city seem determined to make an example of our bootleg saloon William Mills and Ham were ronght before the police magistrate to ay and each fined fifty dollars and There are others who do not eem very happy over their future pros ftiether on pleasure bent or louldtakeon every trip a bottle of yrap of at it acti moat pltattaUy and effectually on the liver aad preventing keadtrhn and other f ormt of tfetneai For tale Os and tl bottles by ell leading aUrch Tae bara and on Uavid one this was dartroyed by fire this The bara contained arm hay Bad valuable It suppaeed the bara wse fired A nmmiimr IJiea to of uy to Muck ma of Wffliam Maplee aad aeoaof WDliim while tryiag to crcat Ike river lixteenmOst above weredrowaedbytai IN THR IAin Hi lUti AID TWO L1BT Drive Upon the Trcacaenaa toe ef Spirit Lake aad arc Barer Afaia Seea AliveOae Beat Eeeoveredtowa Special to Ian BA SPZETT A young James and two daugh of James of this are missing under rather strange circum One of the whom Mclntosh keeping left nere Wednesday on foot Mclntosh learned that she had gone and hired a took the other girl and went to Spencer when the former had a Ha there a short then took into wagon both laying he aad to be here ia time to go to aad Jeft there at three Since then nothing been heard of are entertained that they may hate driven upon the lake and gone into some of the holes where the ice hat been taken A search is being The whole party are drowned and the body of one of the girls has been recov This is four children that Evans has lost in the WHIBK SBIMBUU ter IBS WlthcM Special to THE March one of the main defendants in the Cas cade liquor cases being tried in this has been accustomed not only to teU whisky by the quart or gal but also by five and ten gallon lots to his patrons from this and ather dry Thursday a deputy United States marshal came along and boldly took the desperate Rock to Rockwell had paid a special tax as a hut the moment he sold quantities exceeding five gallons he became a which another license and which he had failed to he was bound over to appear before the United grand Other Cascade saloonists have violated the law in a similar man ner and win doubtless seceive attention A GlJftU ta March Only a few years ago the country rang with the praise of Mias Kate of who crossed a swollen stream in the dark at great risk to and ia the midst of a howling to save a passenger for a bridee had been swept away by a were written on the pictures appeared in the illustrated and innumera ble paragraphs were written about the It ia said that she saved the railroad company 000 or more in to say nothing of what they might have been called upon to pay for lives lost and passengers Today Misa Shelley is the sole support of a widowed mother and three small and thry are living in a heavily mortgaged which is their only Three years ago she risked her life for and her reward is chiefly the consciousness of a brave and successful The railway pany gave her a small lees than the value of one of the cars which she and the passengers whose livea were preserved by her act have entirely forgotten A BIUH Heavy SMUT Dm March One of the heav iest deposits of lead struck in this vicini ty for years has recently been discovered on the Randall just outside the city There are in sight one sheet of ore thirty feet high and fourteen inches besides several flat ten to twelve inches ExAlder man Kenneally owns a large interest ia the It is estimated that it will yield at the least Heavy la LK March Oneoftha heaviest failures ever known in this city occured here The store of was closed under chattel mortgage for to the Ger manAmerican and by the First National Dunn has been for years the trusted agent for eastern and loan He is one of the heaviest stockholders in the Le Man water and light aad last summer put in a system of waterworks at a cost of He has also been largely interested in Dakota It U thought he is now rusticating in if not quite of the home claims are se to Tan March The night operator at this place Wednesday go ing for a pafl of water a few before the eastbound stumbled across several heavy placed across the track below the depot with malicious intent Tortnnately the train waa a few momenta othetwiee a terrible accident would have The of the fiendiih act have not been TraeK li Sioux March Track laying on the Pacific Short line resumed yesterday in Dakota three west of tail Since the completion of the winter bridge tae com pany has been unloading material at a rapid aoawthing like car being now piled up on the Nebraska by Bpdaltu March a car repairer in the 8L Keokuk aad Northwestern teapted to between twocanagatatt whick aa eatlna wat Fuaezal at Match bate baO aasociatioa incorporated tocay aad 8McCarell elected auaager of tae wen aave beea A BaBdNr sMAredaadtae emb wiUbaa of Tae capital stock of tte toTaa Ian kave 1 yettatdayai of barr for a Wg wotf huat to take place on the A meeting will beheld iataheityoataellth to make necas The hunt will be of tae riag aU tke partieipants forasiaf a and slowly dining ia oa taeir allowing none to es Mack daauge and loss hsis been experieaced by farmers from the of theae aaimslj among the sheep and kof March It safe to that the acreage of winter wheat in Lea county thia season it folly thirty per cent greater than it via last The chief reason tor tail in the successful crop of last It inspired to more of thie important aad judging from tae to the condi and there it every indi cation that the coming harvest will es tablish the wisdom of their The wheat crop of 18S9 was a marvel both at to quantity and quality of the product Unless it hat been seriously injured by the last freeze there Is every reason to aspect the yield per acre of 1690 to equal of Crsaaaen Temporarily BM March 7 delay in the arrival of the machinery for the cream ery checked the progress of the con in tile completion of their con tract for a few The cold weather alto stopped the BABB March Proceedings of the Philadelphia Ball club against ShortStop HsUman to restrain him from plating with any other than the Phila delphia came up today bafore Judges Arnold and The counsel for both sides argued the matter aad the court held the matter under In the course of the argument Judge Thayer who had been reading a copy of the National League contract inter rupted with a remark I see by the contract the club can discharge a player within ten but the player ia com pelled to play with the club as it may see Foacral Over at AavBhaBB JLIBOOIB March 7 over the remains of Abraham son of Min ister were held today at the reiidence and were conducted by formerly of Among those present were all the mem bers of the American legation and the consulate and their The cffla was hidden beneath a of flowers After the services the body was placed in a catacomb in Eensal Green AS IOWA LAWTBB March Judge Samuel the oldest member of the Pottawattamie county died at half past nine yesterday FKHDLKTOHS r March The body of ExMinister Pendleton was brought here tonight The funeral exercises and in terment will take place DBATH S March reading clerk in the state house of died this morn ing of McGregor died died last immediately after the death of four making six deaths in the family within alittle over two weeks One of the four small chil dren remaining is now very together with McGregors aged for whom there is little hope of Imperial March con demning the imperial federation pro posed by David and seconded by Pre mier Wetciar were passed in the legisla tive assembly today as follows That this house is opposed to an imperial fed eration which would prevent Canada from having with the other nations on the America continent relations most favorable to commercial and industrial prosperity and social and political devel Special to THB March The inter esting suit of Wenship Blackaby been settled in the circuit Wenship tned Blackaby for a goodly chsnriug that Blackaby had alienated the affections of his Wenship compromised the affair by accepting NEW March The will of the late ex Governor was made public today and gives 000 to various charitable and edncation at The family mention and personal property is bequeathed to his widow and the remainder of the flxtimated at to hit only Naw March A general as signment of the brewing firm of Monroe which has been rated by com mercial agencies at from half to a million wai filed in court The preferences foot up to Tae iadebttdneet of the brewery is about that of Wortheimea in dividually March The Kansas City team beat the by four birds in a two days shooting contest ended this The score 429 to and and one thousand were shot at from ground Ive beta a sufferer from rheumatism JOT yean aad have beea unable to obtain aay relief at Salvation Oil gave me entire relief and I heartily recommend it HXXKV Mi What so ai a severe cough cured by Cough Syrup 25 Tryitl JiyyaaaoH March State Traaturer Noland handed kit written retignatian to Governor frantit tab bat the governor hat not de cided whether he wffl accept it Ho lands bondsmen say hit deficit it March Kampf was hanged at eleven oclock thit Hit crime vat the mar1 der of hur daughter aged latt cried a little I waat aoaw ttoaey to ha lowing dowa a slowly un to after aad barely toneked wltkaUta from tha I BtogJd lodge that you doat appreciate it very ait eolemtly said yoa expect a tea dollar for Utrceamr of THEDAYATDESIB Hease aad Seaate Tarieat BOla ScWaie falmlte Liceaae MU XEB BAWKBTI ttts On account of the protracted length of the joint session the Bat ben wen prevented from presenting aay petition or and were glad when it WM over to get home to There WM hardly a quorum present ia titaer home at the time of aad there was no disposition to do The democratic aide wai vary much chagrined at the 1allure of in srkeiae am the Madison waxdenthip and learned anew the leaaon that im Iowa are even though they may at times be at variance with the The republican one thing and that that they mtut be eternally vigilant or the democratic tide will take an unexpected advantage of Such an affair occurred in the early part of the session in regard to a minor and the by reaaonof no con certed action on their wan forced to accept a man whom they had cot named for the position to which he wai On all important they have been on the and our demo cratic brethren will have to elaborate something very subtle if they expect to Ptrty lines are too closely drawn for either aide to be caught napping when anything of real importance it to be In the home this morning matters opened up with the consideration of the joint resolution asking congress to a law for the payment of arrearages of It had been passed by the senate and the republicans tried to get the house concurrence at The democrats wanted it referred to the com mittee on federal the republicans the idea prevailed that no in vestigation was necessary to give a proper understanding of the The resolution was adopted and wUi go to Petitions and wen called for and quite a number wen presented on the soldiers monument The presentation of petitions occupied the greater part of an and then the re of committees were from the committee on pre sented the report on the rules for this and they were The judiciary committee reported a slight amendment to house file an act legalizing the action of the town of What Cheer in annexing certain The rules wen the bill consid nad a third time and Introduction of bills wai taken up and the following presented By Chamberlain To amend the law in relation to grand By provide salaries for justices of the peace in lieu of By Coy provide for the perma nent support of the state By protect employee in their claims for By regulate weighing coal in mines and establish a uniform sys By appropriate money for the state appropriate money for the agricultural By define qualifications of railway When the introduction of bills wee fin committee reports wen taken up and disposed Dents license bill pre cipitated considerable The bill had been printed and now the time had come for Dent wanted it to go to the democratic committee on police regulations in order that he might get a favonble report on and chairman of the suppression of intemper ance thought his committee should take charge of the Some members argued that the wishes of a member should be consulted in all casee and every bill referred as its author Others said such bills should go to the proper committee and thus abriate the necessity of again referring after beingexamined by one Thia wasnot judged on these It was the prohibition and license and the democrats wanted matters their way with their own bill but as the republicans had chosea the committee to deal with that they thought that an license or prohibition should go through what they considered the proper The vote on the subject stood 46 to 45 in favor of referring to the com mittee on the suppression of Intemper the onion labor who has so steadily with the this time cut loose from them sad voted with the republic There wen four and Chase rep was absent from the room at the This vote that any attempt to repeal the prohibi tory law will not the and a prohibition bill could get a constitutional Prohibition is safe if tke members all retain their present In the senate this morniag wen the first thing in order and their presentation occupied about an After the had been dis posed the unloaded the that had been accnmnletiBg dttriag past two The more important were By appropriate money for tke support of the state By increase the Bomber of judges of the supreme court By To provide for the per meat support of tke state By pnvent tke restraint of labor and trade and pnvent and By appropriate money for tke hospital for tke insane at By appropriate moaey for the state agricultural Senator Maservey was thu moraine elMted president pro tern of thaieaate by a vote of 45 to The introduction of occupied aU the net of tke IOWA tha of territory to tae town of Wkat The foUowmgttUt tram daecdV To provide for of the peace ia Hen of farthepeniaaeatmpport of tha elate oai locomotive eafiBasn preveattage tobacco to miaon to provide for tte of capital atoek of baakfe 1 trodnced were to inenata the judges of restraint of labor aad Bad and conspirtciet apptoatiatloa were introduced for the atatauai agricultural college aad hospital for the insane at Clarinda alto bUl for the permanent support of the Adjourned until tomorrow moraiagv THB IOWA Tae laT eellaa ef iae ItlBBBlarV 1 The New Tork Herald taefol Inwins account of tke meetiag of tke Keithsburg bridge bondkolden that city on March 4 BTJSaBLL 9AGB AS A BAMD1T light of the Iowa Ty to Steal the XetOatntra Tke Keithsburg bridge who met at the of taaCeatnl Trust company yesterday to consider wkat steps to take to force tke Iowa Central which guanateea inter est oa the to make tke pay expreand iodignatioa at aa at tampt latt Friday night by Jowa Central employes to take forcible patmaloa of the They declared that FraaUeat Russell of tae waa at tike bottom of the and ia fact tkat tke mild looking icentlcmaa a kind of operatic bandit king oa a small The whole trouble began wkea Sage tried to reduce tke interest oa tke The bridge the Iowa medium of crossing the Mitsistippi Soon after the defaults oa the boad coupont the Central Trait trustee for the took pceete sion of the bridge and collected a natal Since February 2 the bridge not been who it a tPttt what stubborn actually abandoning about fifty miles of the Iowa Central track and running kit trains south to on aaether crossing the river then aad running them north a moat expensive method of wreaking vengeance oa the The coet to the Iowa Caa tral of this move must have beea iMgaty ia of the rental of the A GRAND BAHDIT The Iowa Ctatral taia absurd da tour on the trucks of tae Bur lington tad Quincy A geatie man largely interested ia tkat eompeay and a heavy owner of tke KeitatMug soon found oat wkat was being done and ke had the image it Tbea somebody ia tke Iowa Central conceived the plaa of tak ing forcible poasetjioa of tke bridge and running their traint over it since the Burlington road haitarowa them Eight more or lest daiperate employee of the Iowa Central wen detailed at banditti to steal the which wee hald by only one Somehow tke plot got and the Central Trust com panys wko lait month teat Lawyer Edward of their to formally take over the tele graphed the bridge tender to opea the draw and spike the mtchiaery to that the bridge could not be When the eight banditti arrived ia disguise at the scene of their projected exploit they found that the spiked bridge wee aol worth NOT ONK oy THB consnaAToaa VicePresident of the Iowa Cea was accused by the bondholder 11 terday of being a party to the bn stealing but he denied it aad i that it matt kave been conceived by some overaeeloui inperiatendeat It it tkat tke ant aim to the plot got from Hone aim who let slip a few that pat the bendholden oa their The Iowa Central people wen very la dependent at first at meeting and tried to dictate their owa but the said that they would kave their interest or The rail roads offered five per cent on the bat the bridge people insitUd on with proper toward a sinking By the time the meeting adjourned there a more amicable feeling and it wai thought that at a further conference today the bondholders will get what they IOWA IB CAMP Methodist camp meeting it in progress in the Methnrtlat church at AN AHDBHSOHVILLK Oilman veteran gives a big ball each year oa the anniversary of his release from Ander HKATST Snow STOBM heaviest snow storm of the season prevailed at Sioux Tke mercury stood at A a way ward Glenwood was rescued from a Council den of vice Tuesday by her ADJOTAHT Dubnque Herald says Governor deter mined to appoint George of Cedar adjutant general of the Hoatas Sunday fire destroyed a large ban belong ing to together with tix head of honea and a lot of grata aad farm GAMBLBBB MUST aeveaty flveof Council Bluffs dtiseaihavaia sued a notice to siyiag that vigorous steps will be tekea iiameititlefr to close all gambling IS THB ABiBBdBBeat to Meansi em March tkai today Louis a gave notice tkat ke would move to i the following to Bmitaa Panel report The ha the conduct of those who sponsible for the aeeaeatloM afaiaet the members of the home of complicity la the murder when rack accuMtiuda were bawd on forged Thia re ceived witk oppoaitioa aad laattm McCarthy expressed eatiefaetioa at finding a conawvative thaa am independent action looking to t march Voa tha aad oihtr a eabiaet fa regard tothaaaanat Loate aattadia tha withdraval iitryofVoa tha accepted hfa It it believed the aetoal rtetgaatkmaf gat it BT Merck occurred at aTirtaJt la Tana vfflafee March become aad ttie tkbty taooeead vea of thclockotit   

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