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   Burlington Hawk-Eye (Newspaper) - March 12, 1890, Burlington, Iowa                                THE BURLINGTON HAWKEYR ESTABLISHED WEDNESDAY MARCH Pxtcs 15 Cam WILL STAND BY Tl THE SEFDBUCAVB ULIUUIUI ffl SEi liff DLLT ELECTED Speaker Heeds Oaly FaultThe Mte cnided Society ef FriendsDistrict ing the Mat tersOeaeral Waehf nfton OonMponaenoe at Tan March work o the house during past week has fully demonstrated the fact that the re publican majority intends to stand b those gentlemen who were elected by the votes of their The com nxittee on elections is a committee hav ing the highest privilege upon the fl 10 of the and when they have a CM to report for the seating of a member o congress all other business must neces sarilr give way to The question o the right of an individual to a seat in th home of representatives it always re gsrded M a question of superior import and even the committee on ways aad means and the committee on appro both of them lending commit are r quired to give way when th conmiHtc on elections calls for consider ation of a contested election The work of this committee and the supple inerjtaiy work of the entire house wH demonstrate to the people of the soutl M well M to the people in all close dis trims throughout the country that the republican majority in the house of rep resentatives intends that the will of the people shall be law so far M the seatinj of members of congress is when they ari elec d of although electid to a seat in the house for the fifty first will not be given his He was as rcy read en will over a year ago when he was taking evidence to present before la that he had been Clifton the democrat who was defeated by Ciay occupies the seat unmolested be cause someone of his democratic const it uetita settled the case for him by killing mun who wss The only fault which can be found with SpouKui and it IB not only a fault but a is that he recog Breakenridge as a duly elected member of the Fiftyfirst congress in spite of the contest which was ended by the murder of Clayton that he not only recognized Breckenridge M but made him a member of the committee on ways and thus giving him promi nence and power in the house of repre sentatives to which house we do not be lieve that he was Those dear goad Quakers who call themselves ihe Sjciety of Friends ore sending in petitions from all over the United congress not to mate any more appropriations for the building of a navy or for soa coast de They are probably as good people as there are in this country and really ought to numbered among tbe best but it has long since been demon strated that no matter how much faith a country may have in any particular re whnn a foreign nation comes with great liig boats and groat big guns the unprotected religious people are always killed or suffer a great Conse quently the congress will go right on building a navy and preparing for sea Speak jr Reed hai discovered in section 4 of article of the Constitution of the U itcd full authority fcr the housH to district the several and thuR prevent gerrymandering by the legislatures of the said This mat tor will properly come before the house very and the states will ba tedis tricu d by the so as to prevent the dtjmucrats from stealing Ohio and In diana as has been Take down your and read sec tion I No and let me quote Hero itie The and manner of holding elections for senators and repre sentatives shall be prescribed in each state by the legislature thereof but the congres may at any time by law make or alter such except M to the plaoo of choosing There is no even in the minds of some of the ablest democratic that this section of the Constitution gives ample power to congress to take complete control of the elections of representatives Acting under this sec the can be made republican forever and a SMITH rANAMKlUCAK lOMFBBBHCB A CosBmlttM BcporU la BtMBualB March 11 a meet ing of the PanAmerican conference yesterday a report WM received from the appointed to consider the best method of extending and improving the facilities for postal and tele graph communications between the sev eral countries that border on the Golf of of Mexico and tbe Carribean Tbe committee that if the present high cable rates are not reduced charters should be granted to independent cable the Maximum tolls to be fixed in the In regard to steamship service the committee to all nations bordering on the gulf and the Carribean aea the granting of govern ment aid in the establishment of first elats steamship lines between their sev eral ports upon such terms M they may mutually agree THB AllleWa CnCaMtata tor HM Hew Flaw a March creden tials of of for his new term commencing March were pre tented and ordered placed oa The house amendments to the senate concurrent resolution instructing the senate and house coawittees on Immi gration to investigate the workings of the various laws on immigration were taken up and They add to the scope of the inquiry the subject of the purchase of American industries by for eign capital and the converting Bed Ipes New into an iMMi grant depot Moved thatJhe amendments be concurred in After acme debate the reaolatiaa went over un til Mitchell introduced latolu tion proposing an amendment to the coa etituiion providing for the election of senators by the vote of the qualified of the and aaid he would at an early day address the eenate on the Morrfll offered a which agreed drnsctimg the aecretary ef the interior to report aay iafonBBtUM ia the pOMSMloa of Mi deparaaaat ia rela tion to the anthnrlatng of obMpany tj the ti CUV DawM offered wkich WM WM caUiBCiM the terr of vartorooniMof f OsMtml Oraok thsreis not any exaggeration in what was inserted ia the Bacord M compared I with what WM publicly uttered on the The language is not the but the accusation is the idea is the tbe arraignment is the he confessed the language inserted in toe Bseord WM probably little more flow ery than that uttered on the Kimonos illustrated the question by allusion to the election in Louisiana of the legislature to which tbe senate WM indebted for the pleasure of Kustis I Might say on the flwr of the he that I believe the senator misrepresents the state of Liuis and that if there had been an honest vote and an honest count in that state the eenate should not have had that if to morrow there ap pears in the Record an additional state meat that this WM accomplished in some way by the action of the senator him and that with bloody hands and wicked intentions he had managed by fraud and violence to control legitlalurt of that I suppose my friend from Louisiana would say that ill thai had been said yetterday and that it was very proper for behind his to have it inserted in the Daniels interrupted and asked that Edmunds words be taken down The presiding Ingall asked Daniels to state the words to wnich he took exception so the official reporter might know exactly the sentence to be written Daniels said he understood the senator frnm Vermont to impute dis ticctly to the senator from Louisiana the defense of murder and it WM to that language he The sentence was written out by the official reporter having been read by the clerk Daniels said those were not the words he ex rtepted At the suggestion of Daniels and the reporter retired to find the objectionable After a few minutes Daniels returned and aid M it was difficult to find the sentence he would not press the Edmunds said the Record pur ported to be a true aconnt of the pro but the senator from Florida so far forgot himself in a moment of heat M to cause to be printed an appar ently carefully drawn up statement im puting to a senator from another and in a new a After further debate Call submitted lome remarks in his own and quoted some of Chandlers expras ions imputing to him Call the possibil ty of provoking The vote resulted nays li no quorum Among the affirmative votes rere Turpie and Without disposing of the matter the enate m TEE STATE SEIATE WASTES THE Of THAT An Interesting Session of the The Dec Koines Ann xatlon Bill Coflddere4A Tragedy at Cou eil BlaffijStste THB PmdoB OfflM Wroualaa March pursuance f an agreement made the ublic building bills which that day assed the committee of the whole ame up this morning with the previous ueslion bills were hey provide for the erection of public iiiildings at the following among there named Cedar and The measures in olve the expenditure of M a matter of moved to discharge the committee on in alid pensions from further consideration f the resolution calling on the secretary f the interior for evidence taken and re orted to him by the committee ap ointed to investigate the management f the pension office under Commissioner Commissioner Tanner kept in nod faith the promises he made n the etump and the country wanted to now the reasons why he had been icked The entire administration tthe pension offisa should be thor ughly investigated and overhauled by a ommittee of the The day for baking the bloody shirt as an excuse f cr obbing the public treasury ought to be sat If there has been robbery and orruption let the men who were con erned in it be consigned to eternal in chairman of the commit ee on invalid said he had ever heard the resolution until tcday e had been informed by the clerk of IB committee that it had never been resented to a member of the commit corroborated this In view Merrills Boloe withdrew is from the committee on ter reported a bill for the admission f He asked an immediate OBsideration of the under the new is a privileged Springer protested against thia ae It had been he in the ommittee on that the bill lould not be called up until the consid ration of the Oklahoma bill was com Mr although not denying such greement had been made said woo is in charge of the Oklahoma riven his consent that the Wyoming ill should be proceeded Springer raised the question of The house decided to consider the bill y a strict party Oa a point of order raised by Springer IB bill WM referred to the committee of he and Baker moved the house o into such Springer interj a motion to d j iurn which WM Bakers motion agreed to and ocordingly the house went into a com mittee of the The bill having Men Baker denied he had acted in ad faith in calling up the matter at this me The purpose of the gentleman rom Illinois Springer WM to delay con ideration of the measure until he had an pportunity to bring in an omnibus bill Springer reiterated the statement lat the bill had been called np in viola tion of an agreement made in the com The gentleman from Kacsas Perkins had told him that he WM Much urprised when the Wyoming bill WM called All he Sprinter asked WM lat reaeonsble time should be given to the minority to prepare the amendments which it deiired to Pending further discussion the com mittee roee and the house WMKuraxow a Waterway March tary of war hM sent to the in con ormity with the provisions of the last iver ud harbor firtiMatta and plans for channel ocks end dami ia the of Illinois and Deaplainee rivers froM La Balls to iickpon ao M to provide a navigable waterway not IMS thu 160 feet wide and 4 feet deep and a survey of the channel from Lockpart to Lake at or The report transmitted preoared under the direction of Captain snhsnits eatiBUtae for two separate rental M fol lows The eatiawtad coat of the Chicago via Svj are font foot Thu cost via the Okteafo note M an wistat foot project via Hagor Tsn HAwxKn l CAPITOL Dig 1 Promptly at nine oclock ths senate be gan the discussion of the Taylor reeoln lion on placing jute and sicil grass on the free Senator Taylors resolution seemed to carry the idea that the tariff fostered all trusts and especially the binding twine and the republican members were not willing to have this sentiment go through as an expression o of the opinion of the Iowa legislature Senator Weidman introduced a Eubsti late eliminating this idea and on this point all the cantrovergy was The dissuasion lasted fully an Sen ator Woolson opened the discussion by saying the question was merely an en dorsement of the republican or demo cratic policy in dealing with the tariff the substitute by Weidmsn representing the repubUcin side and the original reso lution representing the democratic idea Price made a very lenethy speech defin ing his position as in favor of the substi tute and he WM supported by Weidman and others on the republican Taylor and Bolter were the democratic champions and they kept matter going 1m ly until about halfpast When that time came the Hanchett 3 iot resolution WM taken up and the Taylor resolution temporarily laid aside HanchettB resolution provided for the appointment of a special committee on school text It was discussed for over half an hour and final ly laid on the table The vote was 30 to The Weidman substitute for the Tay lor resolution then came up for consid Senator Price took the floor and spoke until after wnen the senate ad journed till tomorrow after making the matter under consideration a special order for that The discus sion of this measure would seem to have a more fitting place in the hall of con The general policy of the repub lican party in such matters was eetled at the list and it is just about use less for the legislature to spend valuable time over fomething that will have no more weight than a when the time is so limited and there is so much to be done in the way of important legisla tionTo its it can be said of the house that after all the time spent in the in members have seen fit to settle right down to and the matters before it are euch as are of direct interest to the Of the crip pling of the binding twine trust is a mat ter of more than ordinary importance to Iowa but it does seem as if a more effective way of attacking it could be thought of than by a memorial to A state law on the if any could be enacted bearing on the mat would seem to be a better Tariff discussion is all very well in Wash but in Des Moines it is more pro fitable all around to talk ballot reform and kindred When the house was called to order this morning the annexation lobby was present in full Representatives of the commercial exchange of Des Moines and a large number of citizens in terested in the bill were pre During the time intervening between Friday night and this morning a large number of petitions had been circulated demanding a clean sweep of all officers elective or and they were ready for On account of the work done in this direc tion a great deal of sentiment was worked up in favor of an amendment to the bill having such an Im msdiately after the journal had been dis posed of the bill came up for passage the committee amendment proposed was adopted without The bill was then taken up section by and at section 5 the amendment by Lwe came Lane spoke in favor of the saying the matter had been up for cnneideration before the people for several years and an agreement such as WM outlined in the bill was made whereby the number of incorporated towns was to be reduced to one common This agreement was to the ffect that all were to be cleared out and an entirely new set were to ba placed With that understanding the outly ing towns had agreed to come in and now it WM only right and proper that the terms of this agreement should be complied with Stewart of also spoke favorable to the amend of was op posed to the He said there were other parties to be considered be sides the two making the bargain and the the legislature not the body to be consid Luke arraigned Des Moines for coming in every session and trying to get special legislation for the sake of aet tUng local The members came here for other purposes than to settle such disputes and didnt or shouldnt en ter into local of spoke strongly in favor of the He regarded the efforts of the friends of the bill M it now stands to bids for popular favor in Des bat the friends of the amendment proposed ware working for the interest of the property owners and especially for the poor BIythe was opposed to the amendment He showed by the statute that the appointive officers could be removed by the council upon proper charges being preferred and and he thought M Luke did that it WM unnecessary to have the legisla ture settle the disputes of this Wil fon spoke in favor of the amendment on the ground that the outsiders ought to have M much to say in regard to the se lection of appointive officers M the elec Been also spoke in favor of the amend ment He said that so far u he could sjcfirtsun folly threefourths of the people of DM Moines and its suburbs de sired the change and M the though general in its WM in tezdsd to benefit one certain he WM in favor of making it conform to the wishes of the majority of that Klchmai opposed the amendment for the reason that it struck only ud if the law ever applied to FonrTBna Orafla as Special to TRI IOWA March graduat ing exercises of the dental class of the State University took place at the Opera house The house was filled to and it is safe to say that all were pleased with the excellent The address of tbe evening was deliv ered by the of Tip The faculty did well in selecting such an able man for the occa and he will be long remembered by class of 1890 and the people of Iowa He made an able plea to the graduating class which WM interspersed with wit and The class consists of fortythree mem two of them being and it ia not unreMonsble to say that no better class ever left the Music was furnished by the famous of Cedar ud they called forth storms of The graduating ex ircises of the homeopathic medical class akes place tomorrow and hose of the medical department Wednesday Governor Boies will deliver tbe address upon that even BBOKB BIB Tncie WlaaTjB of a Ipettal to Taa March afternoon about four oclock a few men discovered a dead man in a little old ickety twostory frame house near the corner of Iowa and Front The man WM lying on the stairs on his back with his head almost doubled under His name WM Henry Kerwin and he was about forty years of For some ime he had been employed M boiler naker in the foundry of Gnipe t is believed that he got drunk Satur ay and after he went to his had locked the door and reached he top of the he fell backward ind broke his N THB HaJIlM OF TBJB 81IBK or another city it would be the of men when it WM desired that they should The vote cm aad it stood 49 40 ThebU WM then passed by a vote of 78 to As the nooahoor had arrived the house adjourned tffl nine oclock tomorrow DoriBg the diictuaiaa of the innd emttothebtntheappimBM atthedoee of spurt favoring it WM quite sad The mot slow This bill reveeta which it WM who WM appointed one of the WM member of the city council at the time of bis but could not be confirmed except by voting for him In consequence the operations of the board were delayed until about elec tion when King City Clerk Hammer WM appointed alderman in Kings place and resigned his office to take the one to which he WM After qualifying he attended one meat ing of the voted for the con firmation of resigned ud WM agaia elected city The will not strange to but it is the manner in which King got his It is of no use to go into tbe delHi of Kings Bervica on the board of public It been unsatisfactory ud the people will soon be rid of him unless he man ages to get a strong combination on mat ters onee With the enactment of this law Dei Moines is given a splendid chance to and it will be a mat ter of great disappointment if she does cot The area of the city will be in creased from eight tqnare miles to fifty two square ana this is certainly enough for a very large The house will get busily to work in the mcraing and have a lively Having adjourned till nine oclock there Kill be three hours before dinner and in thia time a great deal ofjwork can be The investigating committee on trusts organizad yesterday be electing Seeds for chairman and decided to begin work tonight with a secret meeting and taking testimony on the subject of school book OBKIISra OUT OF UPARNELl USD IAIWLPH CHUBCILL BREAD B DID 1UQUT ABMBdmeit BefettedThe Miae and the ramersBnflhlo Bill Hissed FenifB I commenced in the federal circuit court I to day against Louis C senior member cf the firm of Wachsmuth wholesale The plaintiff is Miss Jennie a stately brunette of a daugh ter of the late formerly prominent lumber IBB UVAB8 KXIuIi la CKDAB March the democrat who was elected layer WM an With im the democrats had nine nd the republicanstalso had In rder to prevent the latter from obtain ig a majority when the new ouncil met tendered his resigna to take effect after his successor hould be elected and The utgoing mayor a democrat voted with the and super ntandent of the Cedar Lapida and Northern was lected as Snouffers This ives the democrats control of the city ov TBM BifBM BakaiU te IB Par tor Xzira March iloyes of Iowa Central machine shops ere are out on The company otiSed the men on Saturday night that would hereafter allow only straight ime for extra work nights and nstead of time and a half M The mechanics would net submit to and were paid off All efforts o adjust the difficulty have so far been ur with little prospect of a ettlement A JtoomiM Aadnw Tatallv Hie at Coaacil Blaffi pedal to COUNCIL Much city a again been startled By another onble About this after at 1510 Andrew Houk aged about shot and se iously wounded Kiltie with whom he had lived as his the ullet taking effect in her pau ng near the heart and out near her boulder Honk then turned the weapon on the ball taking effect in his head killing him The woman May It U impossible to her Houk is a son of welltodo ud highly respected mer hant of this city ud WM a bartender in the Backet of Blood at the time of the Brooks AX AlmMt TJel Bratallty lenra March drunken hnsbud Jof thia city came home dur ng the early morning hours of ordered his wife out of the house ud Uempted to throw her down She gave him the tumble when he ime beck upstairs with a hatchet She Jed out upon a shad aad M he aught at her dress she leaped to the rozen ground Her limb WM jroken and her sufferings were Mostse Before her fiendish husband could get to her to ooMplelo his work she had summoned help by her Then which then seems to i a caH for the White March eon eremeeof sportsmen and farmers is bt ingheld here today to complete the arrangements for Wgwolf aunt to take plaee on The farmers have offered severely during the winter by the depredations of these who have Biultiplied fourfold IB muMben since and a vigorous effort to ez KBdaBte tksBt wiQ be March fBMtal Bjetthaataj of titti M day to Caaay of thia March the commons this evening Lord Randolph resuming the debate on the report of the Pamell said that from the beginning to the end these proceed ings were vitiated by thoroughly uncon stitutional When the govern ment decided to set aside all ordinary tribunals it must have held that the charges against the Parnellites consti tuted a prima facia case against the ac When the government held that it WM a prima facie case it WM its duty to prosecute Churchill then argued the1 matter on con stitutional grounds and de3ed any lawyer to show a precedent or parallel for anything approaching the governments action in appointing a commission consisting of three judges to fulfill the functions of a judge and He appealed to the house to vote against proceedings so utterly unique and un Never a century and a half had any public man been ex posed to such tests and trials u had Every clause of icq liry in the house except the first wasforcedthrouth without debate the use of a closure so ruthless that nothing but the most urgent consideration of public could justify The constitutional party that in 1883 resisted the closure niw applied la 1833 the govern meat declared the closure was a most unconstitutional and dangerous innova tion in 18S8 it used the closure in the most unconstitutional and dangerous manner for the purpose of forcing upon its opponents tne unpar ailed and tremendous instruments of op What had been ehe results of this mountainous parturition A reptile What had been the delivery with all their skill and p arliam entry instruments A ritten Pigott Parnellite la making this motion the government WM violating its own Chamberloin said it was on in vitation of the Parnellites that the mat ter WM made the subject of the ir He denied that the commission was the result of his personal Ex perience showed that it was the best and only tribunal to conduct an Gladstone had admitted abil learning and perfect aboslute good faith of the He asked to whom the house woul I appeal if it refuged to adopt the judges opinion oh matters of He warned the with im perfect recollections of the items of the against assuming judicial func tions by declining to accept the judges He urged the house to leave the matter in the hands of the Jennings withdrew his amend Cain liberal unionist then moved a similar amendment condemning the which was rejected by a vote of 312 to Hie the Panel Ceai BUMloa Bevort March 11 the house of commons yesterday resum ing the debate on the commissions re protested against the placing on the records of the house the judges dis torted and perverted views of the evi dence submitted to The he were bound to accept Gladstones amendment as sn act of moral Gladstones amendment WM finally rejected by a vote of 339 to THB MINX naa March Flood news from the lower Mississippi river is meager to The gap at Sappington Hook is be ing The levees from Arkansas City to the Louisiana state line are said to be strong and able to withstand con siderable more No material dam age has yet been done to There is no water in Arkansas City The brake at Point Chicot below Arkan sas which occured last has been stopped The levee on the Missis sippi side of the river at Yicksburg and below are reported and there is a reasonable hope that there will be no disastrous break or damage The water is very nearly at a stand still at HSAVT BAIN AT March 11 rain has fallen here since yesterday afternoon and is still coming The Ohio river rose nearly afoot in the last twenty four Mississippi river ia still falling from here to and navi gation has about been suspended between here and that point because of bw Railways are all running on time with the exception of the Iron Mountain and Texas and Louis they not being able to enter the city on account of the The lowlands in Kentucky and Missouri south of here are but no reports of suffering or danger has reached TBB FiKS A Clotaivsi Hoara Tetally March fire of unac countable source burnt out of the win dows of the five story clothing house cf Mayer Co shortly after one oclock this Bj the time the 9rst fire engines arrived tbe whole inter ior of the great structure was A general alarm calling out all engines WM at oace and the united efforts of the fire department were sufficient to keep the fire within its own The building WM entirely occupied by Mayer with the exception of one which was used by the Nonetuck Silk and the establishment WM one of the largest in the baing of thirty years The stock was full and was estimated at PCO It wss wholly The building coal fiOO and was totally The total insurance is stated to be One f the firemen was seriously injured by falling and the driver of an en gine badly injured by colliding with a freight Firm IB a Bad March The sffwrs of the fiaoder Glue company of New York and which failed several days are in s very much muddled con one of the New York states that Louis the Pitteburg member of the acknowledges that he obtained money on notes to he signed the firms The amount Kern thought would reach 160 He stated that the lia bilities may reach and the creditors will be lucky if they eet fifty per cent of their Judgments have been entered up aggregating Haughey is a brotherinlaw of Qeneral Lew and has always seen held in the highest Oaly at Tnree BBMaatoM MlBera March of the miners who were entombed by the ex plosion yesterday in Moras colliery in have made their escape from the They report that they passed over a number of dead men lying in and they say they be none of these in the pit are The fire which followed the explosion in the colliery has become so fierce that the search parties have been compelled to withdraw from the eBTBBAI FOBB16N M la the of March 11 replying to an address of tne Peasants premises to M far M his strength will to work in the interests of fostering the farming industry by legislation M far M possible and relieving it from unequal SATJgBTJBYB March 11 his letters with Germany relative to the scope of the in ternational labor Lord Salis the British prime de clined to favor uy scheme looking to the legal restriction of the hours of ACQUITTED or A FOUL March jury in the case of Klizibeth Vincent charged with the attempted murder of Lswis Henry a member of the brought in a verdict of not guilty to day Isaacs testified that the paper he refnied to sign which it is led tothe WM a document ad mitting that he bad seduced the de fendant by He expressed the wish that the crort would dealeniently with Mies Vinoent He WM exceedingly fond of he and had a passion ate love for the child which WM the re sult of their A CHAB6B Df IBB MUHGAKIAlf March conference WM held today between the Yen Tlus and Count von to con sider the ministerial It re sulted la YOB definitely resigning hii office of Hungarian prime minister and the appointment of Voa Bsaparay to succeed him So other changes were aade in the cabinet VBB9CB KEFBXSBBnaTIVBi AT March cabinet AM de cided to tead Senators Jules Simon and Telain nsesmber of the chamber of Linden iaspeetor of and a M repreeenta tivM of Framce at the iBtermatioaal labor conference at March dur ing his erMMthM OB the coMpagnac ofered SUM of Money to aay outrider who should succeed ia riding a cartaia aneeaeded in riding the hot jnyMaat waa refused ground that they had within the required The WM iadigaaat aad roundly The ahowopna at A BEXMOT March at between BBV Of ermad Armj Ill March Delegates to tbe state Grand Army encampment have arriving all In spite of the wet weather hundreds of visitors went to the soldiers and others throng the hotels Interest in the which begins seems to cen ter in the election of grand The Colonel of Chi and Colonel of thia are both on the ground aid their friends are busy among the incoming Governor Fifer and staff and other state officers arrived from Springfield this evening and the governor is quar tered to night at the Soldiers Colonel Dislin seems to have a lead for the department The Womens Relief Corps held a re ception this which was a bril liant TnlaaMB IB a March Two men were killed and eighteen cars wrecked by a tailend collision of freights on the Burlington two miles east of this at two oclock yesterday morningThe engine of the head train broke down and the conductor neglected to send back a fligmsn to warn the train Giant and Canada who were in the caboose were instantly Froaoeea March A proposed amend ment to the constitution of the United States has been drawn up by Lawyer A of New acting in con sultation with exGovernor of the object of which is to prevent the use of public money in any way for any private educational in stitutions under the control of a religions Petitions with the pro posed amendment will be distributed throughout the states with a preamble declaring for nonunion of church and Thousands of children who die annual ly of those diseases incident to early could have been saved by Bolls Bsby The painful consequences of impru deuce in eating ia speedily removed and the is quickly banished by the useof 25 TUa AUawui March At the annual Meeting of the stockholders of the Mis souri Pacific Railway company today the report for 1889 showed the net earn ings increased 000 over the previ ous The surplus earnings of the Missouri Pacific and after the payment of interest dividends and aQ other fixed charges were Whether on pleasure bent or should take on every trip a bottle of Syrup of M it acts most pleasantly and effectually OB the liver and preventing aad other forms of sickruas Tor sale iaSOc and Bl bottles by an leauiug KBW March cashier of the Equitable AM been on the charge cf forgery aad having received deposits when he kmew his tank WM He pleaded not March Bight thief broke the window of and stole a tray of fortytwo diamoad valued as No arrests were Ofcamce of backacheTMomtmry ir hot are cored by free eunries J H ORE THiT RIVALS THE lErTCDClT iiTl CAL U FEBOCffT AID County Sf lit in Twain by It It Has Intend Politics sad Be come the Sole IssieMuy Mea to ArMed From the Chicago March 10 stnng issue ever presented by politics of Iowa has split the people of Appanoose in which the solid little of Moulton Monlton no longer asks whether a candidate far office is a demo crat or a The only test ap plied to him is compromised ia this ques tion Do you think Murdy wss right ha killed Silas Tip ton f And his success or failure depends much upon his The most sensational murder southern Iowa has known in years has developed by natural stages into a political issue worse ttan it has hopelessly divided the ccmmunity in embittered feud that may at any time be stained with Half a dczen citizens go armed through the streets in fear of half adoaen other citizens who are likewise and the surrounding which took no interest in the vendetta at is slowly bec3ming embroiled in it The story of the murder of Tinton has never been truthfully told in eastern pa Last October a brief dispatch WM printed through the country declaring that a well known physician had shot a butcher in quarrel over a meat bill and the sentence of Murdy a few weeks was briefly noticed as a rather light punishment of a cruel This construction of the affair is The trivial bill simply furnished the oppor tunity for which Silas Tipton ami Dr Murdy had waited for over a It quickened the death struggle which tnese men must sooner or later It brought two mortal enemies to a place where either of them hsd plenty provo cation for killing the If Murdy had not shot Silas Tipton Silas Tipion would have avenged his sis ters reputation bv killing And the feud which has torn Moulton would have followed that murder as surely as it has followed THARPS The murder grew out of an other shooting almost as sensational One morning about a year and a half ago Abner Tharp and his ateppd into the shop where Blacksmith Tom Morrison was Tnarp is a beautiful who was once the bello of but when she be cime Abner Tharpg fourth there was a great deal of goasip about Some of it got to and he thought he traced it back to At the shop he scsueed Morrison of originating the Mormon made a hot and the two picking up the hand iest went at each They were struggling over the floor when Tharp cried to his wife Shoot him why dont you shoot The woman drew a revolver from the folds of her and taking steady aim Morrison groaned and fell Tharps hand had been firm and her eye The bullet had hit the black smith in the and the doctor who picked him up said he mast Murdy was in St and Morrisons family tlegrophed for He re turned at and by his skill saved Morrianaa life and put the blacksmith on his feet Abner Tharp and his wife were thrown into When their trial came the defense tried to show that Tharp was a good woman aad that Morriaion had foully slandered Dr Murdy was called by the aad he gave a rime medical testimony that had a great deal to do in influencing the ver dict of three years in the penitentiary that The woman took her punishment with remarkable calmness She went down to Fort Madison and served about a when a petition for her signed by nearly every man in Appanoose sent to the governor and she was She ia now living in Moulton with her hns who spent a year in jail for his share in the and endured his pun ishment with much less patience than his wife had I will kill he said one The threat WM carried to the He laughed at but when he went out taat evening he put a revolver in his overcoat and he never again walked unarmed through Moulton until he had killed THB KILLINe OF Tharp was not the only relative of Arilla Than who made ready to avenge the insult offared to the The Tiptons are numerous in this country and half a dozan of them promised to settle the Silas Tharps was the only one of them whose utterances attracted at It WM common talk about the town If SUM goes out after the doctor he will land him The doctors friends were not willing to grant They remembered when he first struck the town after grad uating ia the same dais with Cronin at St he had whipped the older who attempted to baUdcza and they said Wait till they come The doctor will take care of Ho one thought of a bloodleM out come to the Bkmltou ia only seven miles from the Missouri state For Mouths the men met on the streets without Abner Tharp came out of jdl and shit no although he promised to kill five or six friends of the Murdys friends said The boys are afraid of the and Murdy himself went fearlessly about the coun try by night or day with the loaded pis tol IB eMy The fend had almost ceased to be the talk of the village stores when the ex pected The Morning of Octo bers the doctor sent his colored boy down town for some telling hint to have it Instead of going to the shop where Murdy had an account the lad went to The butcher re fused to give hiM the meat He is a dead he with an He OWM me a bin now and I wouldnt trust the infernal quack for cents Tell him I told you Oa his way back to tie house the boy Murdy had started from the house without his revolver ud his wife had caned him back ud given the weapon to He thrust his head in hit preset and efatched the gun when the boy told hiM what Tipton had said wffl teach the blackguard he cried and hurried d iwn the street to the Tipton WMWhittliBg in front of the When the angry doctor ran ur he rose and stepped forward to meet The doctor demanded u Tipton Mid the doctor owed hiM mouth of it np against If yov move I wfil you he A bystander Jumped in aads tons After abusing a few the Men look at the Tipton walked Murdy a few feet after hint accompaa oldmannaowaWamsley froM and Tiptons i and Jim the who had The in with MMonable curiosity to good for both Murdy an were over six feet high ud wellknown for their physical Tipton reached tha but instead the daor for the books he cf a desk and drew out snake Wrapping the around his big wrist he bailed handle upraised aal fL There was and in the flares light of his Dont strike met Let here Murdy I will mash your brains cult you leave My time hM comet The men standing near saw crisis in the fued had i ran The negro paused at aajjEturned to see theVbolcher whiphandle down raised In an ixstaat the revolver WM and before nould raise again the shot Tipton stumbled forward with clinched with his and townspeople rushed in they two men drenched in wrestling feebly on the fl Tipton lived fortyeight dreadful wound the The tor waa taken to Centerville for 1 Three weeks aeo after days the jury brought rf muidor in the second degr Judge after sn address of ordinary sentenced years in the Hei taken to Jfort Madison the Tueert When the train reached ton a crowd of two hundred oil gathered and shook hands with Many of them were w committee of prominent him t the A POLITICAL IS4TJB OV THH The friends of Murdy nant at the result of the trial tons supporters made no shot cealing their Ahner tried to purchase a wagon load of I ud failing hi bonfire m front of his house ud everybody in to A do fights trom s The enemies of Murdy di their intention of cleaningout men and tbe Murdy men armed The feeing has scarcely although it has taken s somewhat more outcome of the spirit shown by posing sides was the municipal struggle The Murdy people convention and nominated headed by Aimer anti Murdy headed by physicians of the put an avowed foe to nil The election held and it WM quiet enough onl though there WM a deep UL Many of those who went to the riedgunaor knives Frieuda miea of Murdy rode in from prepared to engsge ble Abner Tharp huatieit long for votes for wife served lunch to the Their tfforta were The poll showed Swift ter Mnrdy WM The spirit of the election ia fusing Appanoose the most famous surgaon ia and he had hundreds of But aside from thia looReinhis business in his which made hi resolute Thare are no in the A man is either for or he is against him A fight at weeas which it WM precipitated by a diacuision ended in fatal stab a young Across tbe a a friend of week or so and not a man named Gunn WRS fired at bind a fence near Thu dtnts have added a savage spirit and the fame of Ma made the murder worthy cf serious ical What may come out man can but it is certain have some effect oa the Judge and the political bilites be rued upon Qavarnor ia the effot to secure a last vnta of Appannose WM Hi 3 021 The diffi is so slight that a small group oi Moving in concert might bring great Hardys friends deny their We do not wiih to issue of the said one of the richest MareL We believe thatDr acted in self defense and that is but we want to wrong adjusted in a We would not have made this the other side had not forced lit Nevertheless becomes more political day by dajK The doctor said that WM balsaeed by credit for mculnalservic tons the former owner of Upton denied and thft Attaasvt DMirvy a IB I MASOIC March U crime has just been near Parties charged three sticks of stovWL by drilling in the eaelc and put them in Dayleyi intending to destroy his life his Fortunately MrI noticed that one of the tampered and upon ex dscovered the facts is abovejl Tne chargea were large enongfc f done greet damage had they exf M WM the evident intention off petrator of the diabolical i ISDI Marek city council passed an requiring the Santo 7e railroesti to flagman at tne cr and Second where Trains have ta through tha town of lew that forty i are considered of the Catholic diocese oH in an interview 2000 Indiana OB the are owing to a government gather year aunt for their support a Mace Drffl March City mt eretodayi featff imtexataic   

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