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   Burlington Hawk-Eye (Newspaper) - March 13, 1890, Burlington, Iowa                                THE BURL ESTABLISHED THURSDAY MARCH Of HE nHUC mam 01 THE Maeoa aad Battor wmrtfc Afae aad Against the legteUtioaTke Tanlbee Aa Merck house committee on agriculture to day devoted itt entire session to hearing Representa tives Buttorworth and who fa vored and the measures pan din i before the having for their purpose the regulation aad taxation of the manufacture of com pound Bitter who was the flnt said the bill did not pro pose to prevent manufacturer of cam pound lard from prosecuting their busi We only he that in taking its plase this industry shall not place its fingers upon the throat of an other The speaker then dis eossed the condition of the f armen of the taking a gloomy view of it He said they ware rapidly be coming a class of peasants and a despised class too The farmers hava been robbed by means of gam bling and gambling shops and now It is proposed to add to their burdens and losses by making them the victims of the It is no answer avd George addreseed the scute in ad Toeacycf it How Mked George whether bin protection and security of of the colored people of the tooth to vote without interference and their nght to a fair administration of Jaatice Oeorge ataerted there WM no dis traction in the administration of justice fa except that the black Baa had both ia tbe jory box ana on the a leniency accorden to him which was aot accorded to a white After quite a lengthy discussion on this theMaate went into executive aeetkn IOOB I formed the miRifctar jyiawt aad those of government with rupect to the BUI at Uw March senate bill was appropriating for of the harbor of In the morning the home pasted a bill granting a right of way through the Bis and Wahpeton Indian reservation in Dakota to the Milwaukee and Paul Railway The bill was extending the time of payment to purchasers of land from the Omaha tribe of Indians in from the committee on reported a resolution setting aside today and tomorrow for tha tion of the Oklahoma the final vote wffl be taken at four oclock tomorrow The resolution was adopted and accord ingly the house went into a committee of the whole on the Oklahoma Mone offered aa amendment pro hibiting the introduction of liquors into the territory of Oklahoma until other OFFICIiL CORIESPDIDESCE IM OtHB DOCDEITi Seaor Memorandum of Blames Talk With theMexkaa XinltterIhe 6ov eromeafa March Sherman today ia asking the senate to discharge the committee on foreign rela laid before the senate same interest Senator as chairman of the referred the memorial to Secretary and the secretary in reply said in part tfrat personall of the United Strait tpecttothe annexa fcon of Mexican territory were expested ia hit note to United Stab t Btfiitter to dated Jane and which wtt published in diplomatic corretpondeceappeBded to the presi denf t message of that He added that the United States fovemmenTdid portion of the territory and that it would not support any project having such subject in it the United States had all the territory they reqnind for their progress and atd desired BO The Mcretsry of ttate further atated the TIE IOTDUODS 1ILL DEEMED II THE IOITH DHOTI bill United States government could not pre vent the newspapers or eitiseat of this country from saying what they pleased oa that or any other but a regarded acquisition of Mexican terri tpry by the United he felt certain toe statements made were of no im portance since public opinion aid not favor further and Basiling Batt la the Way af Free Seed Wheat to Seedy Farm ers Held Oat to Catch YateaTke March night rejected the Irish land tenure by a vote of 231 WILL ATTKHD THE COanRBHCR March it stated that Sir John Giost will attend the Labor Vatican win not be AX nrnTAnoH March official iavi tation to send representatives to the Ber lin labor conference was received and accepted RiuDAD I beg leave to say I can discern no I at Tea T other administration I should favor them he thought it wouli I meet with no hopeful prospect of any negotiations wise provided by Kelly offered an amendment nro viding that the general statutes of Kan sis instead of Nebraska shall extent their complaint to sty that this counter1OTer tbe territory until after the first feit ia hnttRr than tha tuomhlv nsl to advocated the the ground that it would extend toithe new territory the prohibitory laws of homathe Kansas which the state after it had voted it would not accept The feit ia better than the Battertentative worth sad he spoke feelingly on this subject because the great industry of the country wat suffering from influences that this committee can do much to cor Lard had been driven out of the market of the world because it had been followed there by a counterfeit Let makers put this counterfeit before the public for what it lard or what The farmsr asks no more and will be satisfied with no He will have it The manufac ture and sale of this counterfeit last year cost rhe farmers of the country 000 Have we reached such a condition i intlim country where we belive that 11UMtlon whether the house would falsehood is better than truth in unanimous vote of the com nest It ie not Batterwcrth said the proposed legislation would not des troy or damage any industry at the ex pense of but would compel the makers and dealers of Iwd compound to hoist the flag of honest dealing over their Congressman Mason said that the farmer was the rock to which most men fly for the foundation of their action when they cannot justify it in any other Mason he appeared in behalf of the working mon of his dis trict to oppose the legislation proponed in the bills before the with the laboring men he represented preferred cotton seed oil lard to rotten lard put on the and they object ed to being for between Fitch taid this was an attempt on the part of the of prohibition to win in the house hit they hid lost in the The laws of Ne braska where there was a high license had been selected at a Now the gentleman whose hobby was prohi1 which withholds from the bition attempted to extend over Okla1 government the power to cede Mexican being successfully conducted with Mex ico at the present time even toward the limited object in The temper of the statesmen and people of Mexico has been only recently manifested with re gard to the alienation of any part of the national territory by the prominence given in certain circles on the Pacific coast to the movement for the acquisition of all or part of Lower Cali fornia by tor the informa tion of your committee I transmit here with a copy of a memorandum prepared by the Mexican of a conversa tion which he had Ttith me on the sub ject on the 6th of June together with Senor MariechaTs memorandum on May of which Romero cave o v that State is traditional goodfatth from approaching the gov eminent of Mexico with a view to acquir ing any part of Mexican territory and I equally believe no administration of Mexico could face the manifestations of national sentiment thai would certainly attend any indication of a disposition to infringe the provision of the Mexican THB the two articles of to buy what they ask But they want for and favor branding the product for just what it is Legislation to secure that would meet their approval The princi pal objection to the Mason was that owing to the imposition upon the dealers of the tax and liabilities under the internal revenue compound would be driven out of con veniont places and the wouldbe pur chaser would be compelled to go a great distance to buy hog however nasty and rotten it might It was no argu ment in favor of the bill to say that the farmer suffered from the experience of beef trusts and boards of trade and be cause of the extortionate charges of rail Would the bill relieve the farmer of all burdens imposed uyon If so pets it But if it would push the old hills to reach these and Mason said he would be with the advocates of these But it was a great mis he to place any food product undor a Hatch stated for himself and other supporters of the Conger that they did not believe the bill referred to or was intended to refer to any product of cotton or beef stearine that was not sold for as cottolene for This concluded undar the present program of the committee the public hearing on the bills to please the gentlemen WBO were advogatas ol Cutcbeon protested against thrust ing upon the Indians in Oklahoma the indescribable curee of whisky Fuatton declared that in Kansas there was not one open He hoped the time would come soon when the republican party would champion the cause of prohibition as it had cham pioned the cause of Stewart offered an amendment as a substitute for Kellys motion provid ing that section of the Revised Statute shall be in force in the territory until after adjournment of the first ses sion of the legislative assembly agreed On motion of Holman an amendment was adopted providing that none of the lands embraced in the territory shall inure to the use or benefit of railroad corporations except the right of way heretofore Pending further discussion the com mittee rote and the house Following is a translation of the memo randum from Senor the Mex ican minister of foreign sff to Senor Mexican minister to the United States This department approved the article in compliance with its instruc you wrote and afterwards pub lished in tbe North American Review entitled The Annexation of Mexico because it is convinced a total or partial acquisition ef Mexican whether by force or by means of intrigues does not enter into the combinations Flood from venous points along the Mississippi nver and other streams this that the White and Black rivers in Al kansas are overflowing the country on each side for As heavy rains con tinue to general inundation is looked At Fort Smith on the a nse of over eighteen feet took place in twentyfour and at last accounts it was gaining at the tame This great rise adds to the minor floods pour ing out of all small tributaries below Fort and will greatly increase the peril Ox the lower country along the Missis sippi All railroads in the vicinity of Fort Smith are suffering serious wash outs or lost and trains are aban doned temporarily at Arkansas on the The water from gap pington Hook crevasse has inundated the rear portion of the and the lands in the back country are being It is not that any great damage will result from this as the bayous and interior streams are capable of carrying tha water away ra trary to expectation the seeds whest commissioners will report this afternoon to the legislature that theycan furnish bushels of teed wheat to needy farmen without to be returned bushel for bushel after the crop is har If the crop fails the debt is to be This will be followed by lottery bill raiting the amount to ba paid to the state to per The money to buy seed undoubtedly comes from the Louisiana Lottery com pany or men who represent it The final proposition it a dazzling bait to catch the few votes needed to secure the pattage of the lottery THB BILL March Louisiana lottery legislation proposed in the North Dakota legislature at received itsqmetus today in both honaet As anticipated tome days a second attempt to adopt the measure was tried THB COLIOBBY HOKBOB Kmwa te Have March Is now known that eightyeight persons have lost their lives by the explosion Monday ia the Morse Colliery in 1B01E1T8 BTOffi THE SEWTE LEfflJ rootim The LeffclatiTe SetaioaaBilb Utro duced ia Bath lotHMA Cedar loath MistiayIJetK State DBS March The railroad committees of both bouses this afteraoon held a meeting to hear the arguments of Jmty rtmttmm speaker was general manager of the Burlington aad March 13Several wit nesses were examined before the cor oner s jury on the Lake Shore disaster Daniel foreward 15 swore gaeatatra to1 only i awl the 1 the mejea Hei BOOBBJ tenting a train load i doabled i people brakeman cf the said that when the train started at Don two between the kirk it broke in to Yesterday was but the sudden set as death tried the of Superintendent of Public Instruction Mitchell and the consequent adjourn ment of both houses postponed the action until today and this was the last day the measure could be taken up and car the final adjournment being too The first attempt made in the senate on the proposed new offered the state for the franchise and an annual tribute of Xke March autopsy on the remains of the late exRepresent ative Taulbee begun thit at the conclusion of which an inquest will be held by the The ball was found imbedded in the bone and dura A further penetration of the sixteenth part of an inch would probably have resulted in instant The po sition of the ball was such that it could not have been extracted the patient even had its become with safety to exact location XBK I mlcrmtlom P KeMwUOBSU March The con current resolution for the investigation of the immigration matters ws laid bs fore the senate with the two house amendments extending the investigation to the purchase of American industries by foreign capital and to the use of Bed loes island as an immigrant The house amendment was concurred in and the motion was agreed The can current resolution has now passed both The senate then proceeded to vote on the resolution to exclude from the Con gressional Record the interpolations made by Call in the report of the discus sion with Chandler on the 90th of Feb The resolution was agreed to yeas nays The democrats voting in the affirmative were Cockrell and Vance Mr Cullom gave notice that Friday morning that he would call up the house resolution relating to the death of the late representative from On motion cf Edmunds the senate pro ceeded tn discuts the resolution reported on the 10th of February from the com mittee on privileges ana elections decler it is competent lor the senate to elect a president pro tern who shall hold the office during the pleasure of the senate and until another is elected and shall ex acute the duties thereof when the vice president is absent from the Oeorte apoke at aome length in opposition to the At the con clusion of his argument Plumb called upon Blair to give the senate some indi cation of the time when he would toa ready to have a vote taken oa There ware a great many importaat measures the calendar and rslfiss aome agreement was made oa the educa tional bill he would move at two oclock tomorrow that it be placed on the cal Blair apoke of Ska obstaclesin the way of teaching a lint thought that on Thursday or Friday of next weak a vote might be The matter was farther dncuesed by Platt and Finally it was arraafed Oat Thursday of next week at two oclock Blair shall have the floor to not we hoar ead them The coroners inquest was held this afternoon and the jury found Taulbee to his death from a pistol wound inflicted by Eincaid and the prisoner was committed to jsil to await the action of the grand A MINORITY RXTORT OS THX IDAHO BILL Representative Mansur on behalf of the minority committee on territories filed a report representing the objections to the passage of the bill for the admis sion of now pending in the In part the report says The precise point of difference between the majority and minority is this that the majority approve the provision which deprives the citizen the right of disqual ifies him from holding office and pre vents him from serving oa juries for criminal while the minority in sist that no citizen being otherwise dis qualified should be deprived of these rights and privileges on account of al leged or pan thereof is such qual The while repre as much as any of the majority can the offenses of bigamy aad polygamy and aiding and abetting such most respectfully submit to the house that the man who is accused of bigsmy or belonging to an association that encourages these is as much entitled to trial for that offense as of the American to whatever political party they may As to the gentlemen who at present form the United States government and direct its foreign policy we are sufficiently ac quainted with their high character and political antecedents not to entertain the least doubt about their sense of justice and fairness not only on this but on any other Wa have there fore complete confidence that any ab surd plans of which are looked upon by the enlightened majority of American people as will not be approved by nor that they will lend any support whatever to the machinations of badly informed persons with a view of changing the decided op position of our people to any alienation Mexican We do not attach importance to the more or less and afterwards contradicted which have lately appeared in the Amer ican newspapers concerning organiza tions whose aim is to at all the annexation of some part of Mexico aad especially lower But though we treat with con tempt the boasts of idle and evil disposed people who dream of wars of conquest or of revolutionary move ments plotted on our with a view of the annexation of a part of our it is not so with other man ifestations of a respectable They have their origin in opinions equally destitute of I refer to the proposition originated in the cham ber of commerce at Los and presented to the house of representatives at authoriz ing the executive to negotiate with Mex ico for the purchase of Lower I refer also to the opinion with out any the governor of the state of California expressed about the great convenience of such and above all the purchase of our states of Sonora and and about which no mention had before been No matter how much the Mexican government might be inclined to overlook this expression of erroneous judgment as to our patriotic sentiments and our entire conformity with the opin ion of your country in this it cannot dp so Considering the expres sion of views by the present officials of the state of which is contem poraneous with our territory and inter ested in some of those connections we March water spout at submerged the tracks of the Illinois Central railroad to a depth of five and no trains have came in on that road since yesterday The Ohio river continues to rise here The river is fallinu at and it is thought if there is no more the river will not go over fifty KOBE THKRAXKNUro THAN BVBB March Hood outlook today is more threatening than at any previous time since the present high water began to excite atten The Arkansas and White rivers are pouring out immense volumes and the situation below their mouths is any thing but STILL BAmrtie March has been raining here for about forty hours and the crevasse in the levee above the city is now about four bundled feet The people are much alarmed and some are seeking higher At Poplar the situation is In the dis the river continues rising The rise in the Arkansas west of Little Rock is It is feared that another day will bring out unwel come news of the waters TRK VALLKT ROAD March mid night the Mississippi Valley road war flooded fer several A heavy rain is filling all over central and southern is the man who any other that when is charged with We insist there Idaho is ad Bitted it thill not be with a provision in the constitution which de prives the citizen of the right of suffrage or of the right to terve on juries and to hold office because of an alleged crime of which the party has not bean COB president this afternoon appointed of commis The John sioner of immigration aad General B Obeirae first assistant commissioner of Theaecwtary of the treasury has ap pointed John special agent of of the treasury depart MontieeUo Fairbury BTTUTABTITOBB Senator Maadenon today iatrodnoad all appropriatinf for con struction of a military and ofloasatthe military depot at TTsTiisaes the bill ehall be uadar the five xnle and a vote ariante Plumb Botwithstaad that he would oa Moaday move to take up aotae other the affect of which would to eduoa i Knmb aaoiBfl aa aaMBAsaaat to the axacutiva the of A BOBBIBUK March aa aged lady living three miles watt of while axing a fire ia the stove Sunday her clothing and was accidentall ignited burned thatahe died Bar the oaly other occnpoat of the whole occurraaea bat was tohelp her apa Bwrw aaaa or aa wat cosapaDad to tha exoradatiac asoBy of hfe but tool lOftBBt tea BMBBSBBttTX ntMhrfr cannot look with indifference upon any thing coming from respectable authori and if anyone should tell us no and wellconcerted plan on the sub ject is entertained by them but that it is rather the influence of the combinations and exigencies of interior politics which constrained them to entrees such we should be even through shar ing tail to deeply lament that then were persons in California with such misguided judgment respecting who hid influence enough to induce Governor Waterman to make such pub lic mtteraneet without thinking of the effect they might afterward produce in the relations with a neighboring The memorandum then speaks of the unanimous opposition of the Mexican people to any plan looking to the aliena tion of national territory and the impos sibility of such alienation under tha COB aad continues It it wall known by the administra tion that General Diaz has done all ia his power to strengthen the friendly rela by attracting industry and commerce of our neighbors and by erasing tha last vestige of prejudices which might It will con tinue to do convincedthat such it tha only ratioasi midst of efforts to and cordial nadantaadi mon BAIIAOAD git ef Alkaar NRW Much stock holder of the New Albany and Chicago railroad today elepted an entire new sit of except George who was Al though the new directors have not yet had time to express it is said it can be safely asserted there are strong probabilities the Louisville and Nash ville is securing control of the The subsequently elected the following officers L president George vice and secretary and A PAUL DIVIDEBTD NRW March 12 St Paul directors have declared a semiannual dividend of 31 per cent on ptefened opponents moved to lay it on the table but the motion was 11 to 18 as a test vote it sealed the fate of the for it developed the fact in the senate where the mewuse is consid ered the twothirds necessary vote to pass it over the governora veto was not The bill met with the same fate in the The lottery bill came before the senate m the report of the seed wheat commis one of whose members is exSena tor representative of the Loui siana The commission sub mitted its report which declares all re cent legislation on the seed wheat relief unconstitutional and submits a proposition from George the responsible on parties behind him who in consideration of certain franchises aaked of the state offers to furnish needy farmers bushels of wheat without interest to be returned after the crop is harvested bushel for and when the crop fails the debt to be The com mission expresses a belief that the ac ceptance of Spencers proposition is the only possible scheme by which the needy fanners can be provided with leed and recommends the acceptance thereof The certain franchises referred to are the lottery powers set forth in the former lottery amended as mentioned in these dispatches last The report of the commission with the proposal of relief from the was then taken to the where a motion to lay it on the table was and an adjourn ment taken until At the evening session a motion was made by Stephens to reconsider the vote by which the now notorious Sandager bill indefinitely postponed the previous question being the mo tion was lost by a vote of 23 yeas to 31 The vote was something of a sur the opponents of the measure in the house having underestimated their strength although claiming enough to last coach and the All connec tions were broken and he shut the air cock off of the coaches and closed the There was a Miller and another kind of a draw head on the Both seemed all nght but the safety chains were He first learned the train had broken in two from the extra who said not to but to keep the forward section Beck with started back to find Conductor when he felt the brakes set He jumped off to signal the engi neer to KO but before he could do so the crash The Engineering News of New York in an article today severely comments on the disaster and says it is a case of criminal negligence involving all of the train After the connections were broken it would not have taken more ten ten minutes to have switched out the de fective car and put it on the rear of the when air connection could have been t0 all the other after two break dowra the trainmen should have been properly distributed throughout the tram on the while the evidence shows they were not Quincy He said the Iowa freight rates were lower than ia any other locality ia the and supported ihe argument by He was especially opposed to obligatory joint rates as proposed by the several bills before the Under the law aa it at present joint rates cannot the and if be the made roads in are compelled to do so and the present law remains the effect will be to demoralize the whole railroad business of the There are localities where j int rates are impracticabla aad not do sired by the yet if compelled to make them the roads A joint rate would have to would in some a CommlttMB Ap Wank March The Interstate Cattlemens convention today chose B of presi dent and of sec After the appointment of a num ber of committees an adjournment wat taken until three oclock this March The great Norrie iron the largest producer in the is idle its one thousand employes having The tramway men struck yesterday for higher and this morning the miners refused to send an ounce of ore to any of the tram way men except those on the Most of the strikers are March body of Rowland the New York who has been mysteriously missing for several was found in the river near Market street this afternoon He was last seen alive in that neighborhood about a week ago in company with a gang of A search of his body revealed the fact that hit gold watch and chain and other personal belongings were still in his leading to the inference that Leach wat not robbed and thrown into the river at at first supposed but that in aa intoxicated condition ha probably fell March trial of the thirty persons arrested for lynching Hans Jacob Olson on tha night Novem ber is now in prowess at White Wisconsin Peter Johnson the welltodo farmer who headed the lynching yesterday haaged him self and three others implicated have Henry who turned states evidence gave the details of the crime end several other witnesses were put upon the stand by the prosecu in the secure a good for the com in govuraamt oftheUa of the bat by state officiate in such case it might be to us aad to a certain extent contrary to oar be COR international wa stniaed to afford satisfaction to tha Mexican paopte to teaaitive in thit haiviagahed itt blood aad made imMMMM tn t to achieva its inde pendence aad preserve tha integrity of aad wa would find oor sedvataBderthatttnaaeeasityofadopt iair restrictive ay already aatondiato IB regard laifatn cf real eat the cafaireBM baiaterpratedst f ahowiag a bad wffl OB our part toward March 12 train from North Bay aad Mattaw jumped the track tea mflet aatt of thit place tail AH tha train bat the engine went completely over a twentyfive foot embankment Monroe wat fatally Other pasaangert were bruised and bsdly shaken Tha acci dent wat canted by rails AT IB Pimimln of March incom ing train brings a large accession of dele gates to the twentyfourth annual meet ing of the state department of the Grand Army of the and several thou ssndof the boys ia blue are now in possession of the Governor Tifer and staff came on a late train last and the prominent arrivals thit morning are General Alger and stiff and General state department commander of There was a good parade of the dele gates this morning from Hotel New comb to the opera where the meeting was called to order at ten The first business wit to settle the manner of electing delegates to the national and at many of the membra of the Grand Army of the Republic have laid greet stress on this tts consideration drew forth a lively followed by very much The Bennett resolution wat finally and thit resolution gives a walkaway to the large organization of Cook Geaeral Alger has arrived from Indian apoUa to attend the He wet the leading speaker at the monster camp fire tonight and took a strong position in favor of the service pension bfli Colonel Distin of this city wffl be elected department commander by a unanimous all opposing candidatoi having Churchills parliament last Tie TJatoa NRW March directors of the Western Union Telegraph com pany to day declared a quarterly divi dend of 1J per William Waldorf Astor was elected director to fill the va cancy caused by the death of his Flnt Blooz City The first test on the liquor question in the Iowa house occurred last Friday The result was precisely what the Jour nal has predicted it would be when the test rejection of democratic partisan effort to secure a change in the liquor law It is the renult predestined by the perfidious policy of the democratic besses since the day of the convening of the Iowa Tha test occurred on Representative Denf s The bill ia practically the democratic caucus liqnor embody ing the propositions of the democratic platformthat is to local option which opens up each town and township to whisky on payment of a minimum of 1600 license fee into the county There of a broad gulf of practical difference be tween the Dent bill and the proposition embodied in Senator Lawrences which has reference mainly to those few cities where prohibition it confessedly not enforced and which represents pret ty fairly the sentiment of the anti pro Aibitioa The question wu on a motion to refer the Dent not to the committee on suppression of to which the subject properly but to the committee on cities and towns Under the division of the the repub licans control the former and the demo crats the to that a reference to the one meant an advene and to the other a favorable report oa the partisan demo cratic liqnor The therefore wat a fair test of the sentiment of The result waa a reference to the com mittee on suppression of Not only did the republican members of the house stand in solid phalanx against the democratic partisan liquor but one member of the of Poweehiek aa inde pendent who has acted with the demo crats throughout at to verifying hit be less than the local rate over the same The whole schedule would have to be revised and a revision of the schedule to accommodate all the neces sary changes and arrangements under a compulsory law would result in tre mendous confusion and occupy a large force of men a long time in iu compila If the restrictions of the state law were removed the railroads would make joint rates when asked to do so just at they had done before the law was en general superintendent of the Iowa lines of the Bur lington and spoke of the neces sity of continuing alt rates up to the present standard ia order for the roada to be kept in good It was unfair to compare 1889 and 1888 because in the latter the losnes had been abnormally large so he compared with 1887 in order to show the Iowa toads were not making more money under the new law than un der the The decrease in the num ber of men employed in 1889 was canted by unfavorable legislation and conse quent economical measures to meet the No improvements were made and if the present policy of the state is continued the roads will degenerate from first to second and third Jtngtni general passenger agent ol Ihe spoke of railroad fares bills before the legislature to reduce the price pf mileage books and declared that if their life was unlimited it would take away all the safeguards the railroads He argued against a twocent fare and said what the people want it im proved not cheap Many other railroad men were in at Another meeting will be held COUAVIL iaqoa dar ease of owl Sliellenbergat forced hiaki the old shot rt peopfcV Lynching i has been mliaswal He was the aation of I several hnndrad c order IB and Idva affatel badly disappeanaok t Moaday at J street him and stamped it i a bad gash ava timsooadwitfcl It seriously Newel was 1 already doing i 8TATB of Raw BUM DBS March the house a resolution adopted cutting of the pay of committee clerki and when not actually employed on Among the more important bills intro duced were the following To prevent the evasion of exemption laws to emend the law for voting aid to railway cor porations to provide for the assessment of railway property by boards of super to provide for the drainage of swamp and levying taxes to pay for the same to provide for the transla tion and recording of deeds written In foreign languages two bills to establish normal schools to fix the compensation of county superintendents of The resolution reducing the state tax levy to two mills was a special order for tomorrow at ten In the senate a number of bills wen the more important being at follows To protect owners of real mate from trespass by hunters and trappers to prevent discrimination in life innur wce to encourage the manufacture of binding twine from flax and other ma terial in the A resolution wit in troduced calling for election of United States senators by the people and placing sugar ea the free list The Det Moinee annexation bill came up aad the house amendment wat con curred Discussion over Taylors resolution to place sital grass and jute on the free list occupied the remainder of the It wat finally congressional veatioa of Iowa i night and waa t There weiwc gates present was made by Clint siding at one Hawk Tha GBAHD mystery of Clarence States Xxprete Tooft father I his maileot sayt he it comiof 1 ithment He i crazy Manfc 1 representing BottoBJ ing hogs hi have been from all western where they wfll direct to thf Chicago commttiioBvi Ho shouUkei tostuia tlxav of A BOY TBMtWM to CEDAR March VtoSISB Us Match court at Wadowice saataaced two of the emi gnat twiadlan to four aad oaehalf yews impdtoRBMat at hard labor Tha othan reotiyed frota oaa to four yean at hand Tha pubHc prosecutor appaalad oa the grouad that theaeateacaiwata Uiad road March fraight traia oa collided at BhMltlaadlatt Both tnint wan tha badly shakaa Joha xnicht wat afflad aad the freight cossdactor seriously March Sheriff MeGoaiftl BBS Watdaa of Lad lowBtreet wen today iadictedby UMCTua JUT Ossi tuuvax a B night the Pall MsUGasetteaays Lord Randolph Churchills spaschwffl dam age him by its effect OB aay sober esti mate of hit lordship aa a political He admitted that he ought to have spoken ia the debate oa the teedad read ing of the Parma commisaion MIL Ha therefon showed lack of courage and nerve ia aot How can he wonder that othen attach little weight tohisviewtif he himealf hat notthe fall courage of them The Gaaette Lord Randolph Churchill hat administered the final aad fatal to that angering ia validhis political ThTelos ing was witnessed last Bight tpeech waa ita foaaral March Hit Jouraal aaya tha debate cm SsaHkt mo tion aikiag to adopt the nport of the FaaaQ aad the imcadBMBt 10 the marks the stage of ditnptioB aad downfall of the character for fair honor aad hoaeaty it declaration that he wu opposed to any change in the thit it quite isnt it It is a clear majority of the home against the to say nothing about tha in which body tha republicans have a strict party majority of Aad it indicates that whatever the senate may do the house it positively able to defeat any partisan democratic liquor the house could do this by a tie but oa thit question a dear ad vene majority ia It it hardly accessary ROW to speculate at to what might have been tha result if the democratic bosses had kept had panned a conciliatory policy aad had an perversely drawn party OB this But certain it and cer tain it hat bean from the that what ever chance there was of securing eoi modification of tha prohibitory law aged hat beei mysteri ously misting 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