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   Burlington Hawk-Eye (Newspaper) - March 18, 1890, Burlington, Iowa                                ESTABUSHKD explained that this list was BUBLING1 TUESDAY MARCH A i TALLY ttJJul i ttUBB TO HEP AiioiHKD A Certllsata of Uentlficatiwa to fee la med to CelestialTie la tional Washington March the house the senate bill amend aunts striking out the sipBcopriatioa clause increasing froat to WO the limit of the cost of a public building at The joint resolution was passed calling on the secretary of war for a further re port as to the practicability and approx imate cost of tunneling the Detroit river at or near under instructions from the committee on the Eleventh Census moved to suspend the aad psss the authorizing the superintendent of Census to enumerate the Chinese popu lation in such manner as to enable him to make a complete and accurate descrip live list of Chinese penons in the United States and each person numerated certificate ontaaing the particulars necessary to fully identify each certificate shall be the sole evidence of the right of said person to be and re main in the United The bill further provides penal statutes against Chinese who shall transfer or dis TMMe oT such The sum of is The bill was pieael without Under the suspension of the rules the following bills and resolutions were pacsed Joint resolution requesting the president to the king of the Hawayan island to select delegates to represent his kingdom in the PanAmer ican congress a bill to transfer the rev enue cutters service from the treasury department to the navy department a bill creating offices aa assistant general superintendent and chief clerk of railway mail the a March peti tions were being presented Oockrell rose to a point of remonstrances against the extradition treaty with but was notified that that was a matter for the executive After some delibera tion the presiding officer submitted the question as to whether the petition should be received in open session and it was decided that it should The petition was therefore presented and several other line petitions from Garman labor societies in Louis and vicinity were likewise Voorhees offered a preamble and resolution setting forth the deep and widespread depression and decay of the agricultural interests of the American the enormous and appalling amount of mortgaged indebtedness on agricultural the total failure of home markets to furnish remunerative prices for farm the palpable scarcity and insufficiency of money in circulation in the hands of the people with which to transact the business of the country and that effect the exchanges of property and Ibbor at fair are circumstances of most overwhelmii g im portanoe to the safety and well being of the government be it that it is the highest duty of con gress in the present crisis to lay all discussion and consideration of mere pany and give prompt and immediate attention to the preparation and adoption of such measures as are re quired for tho relief of farmers and oilier overtaxed and underpaid laborers of the United States He asked that the resolution be printed and laid on the and gave notice that at the close of the mornings business Wednesday he would ask permission to submit some re marks to the tonate in relation to Mr Call wkad that his resolution in relati m to the nomination of S wajne and Striping as judge trad district attorney for the northern district of be laid before the The presiding officer ruled that any motion for the in open of executive sestion should bo made in the executive He therefore declined voting the resoln lution Call aid he had submitted a reso lution on the same subject which he asked to have The presiding cfficer said he had ex amined tho resolution and he thought it open to the same He did not regard the resolution as in order with the open After a brief debate the cenate went into executive although Call appealed from the decision of the When the doors were reopened the house bill to extend the act granting the rightof way to tho Kansas City and Pa olflc railroad through the Indian Terri tory was passed with a few verbal amend nts a copy of tte original which was properly headed aad had beea sen by the chair maaaad This failed to satisfy the Hew York Sprinter remarked ia a faaetions aaaaerthatheaad Hilt would assume the tea million obligation aad reminded Flower and BeUta that they had tried to bluff the house by the same remark the bQl was under wantons SILVBB Eleven members of the house commit tee OB weights and measures were present tcday when the Wiadom silver bill was under discussion The dsMBt by Bertiae passed upon by tht rfmmlttft Informally latj Monday providing for free coinage when the price of silver reaches one dollar for 871 IS grains of pure silver was voted upon and Williams offered an amendment which striking out that section of the bill authorizing the secretary of the treasury to suspend temporarily any time the receipt when he of bullion at is satisfied that through speculative manipulation of the market the price of silver is arbi nominal or A motion offered by providing hit notete loaned for silver bullion deposited sbaJ be redeemed upon demand in lawful was lost and a motion to recon sider which was pending when the hoar of adjournment The bill goes over until next THE ZHTEBSXATE COMHEBCE of New chairman of the house committee on to day introduced a bill fro the inter si ate commerce It is understood to have the approval of the interstate com merce and a number of its amendments were recommended in the commissions report Among other amendments is one of most general inter particularly to the railroad which prohibits the payment directly or indirectly of any compensation what ever by one railroad to another for the sale of or in fluencing business men in its Penalties are provided for the violation of this It is also provided that all regularly appointed ticket agents shall be supplied with cer tificates of appointment and shall keep the same exposed to public view in their It shall be unlawful for any persons not holdiag a certificate to barter or transfer for any consideration any ticket of any common A fine of is imposed for violat ing this Common carriers at the request of redeem unused tickets at cost or a portion thereof at a proportionate It shall be unlawful for any common car rier to pay any sum or valuable consider ation to secure the forwarding of emi grants by any other but carriers will be permitted to have arrangements among themselves for routing emigrants who do not choose their own routes sub ject to the approval of the interstate commerce The act is also extended to roads running partly in this country and partly in AH INTERESTING CASE The supreme court today rendered a decision in an interesting growing out of the acts of tbe fifteenth session of the Idaho The appellants alleged they declared the council and house of representatives adjourned at midnight after a Reasion of sixty this being the limit of a legislative ses sion under the congressional They assert that some of the members of each house remained elected new pre siding officers and passed a num lilY FffiETEl BDUED ODER F1LLU8 Tea Oat Dead aad a Number of Others Badly InjnredThe Lewer Miseisrippi Floods Yarlous Fatalities and teat March What at to be an inaiggifleynt fire in the BowerMerrill book store building on Washington this re sulted in a catastrophe in which at least ten men were killed and a dozen some of whom will The fire started shortly before three oclock near a furnace in the subbasement and was a stubborn About 530 there a terrible crash and the entire bond ing except the front wall fell At the timeanumberof firemen variously estimated from eight to were on the roof of the building and were buried in the which was piled forty feet Immediately the work of rescu ing the living and extricating the dead was begun by at least five hundred vol in addition to the uninjured firemen and the police Up to ten tonight the following had been taken out dead THE DEAD ABD Qporge Ulysis L Richard George Andrew John The wounded taken out Anthony Lew Thomas Webb Henry Ebeaezer Borne of thesa it is cannot Iboamers alighted from heavily lades I which brought them from the I promised Beports from Baldwell indHonniwen state that there has been little excitement beyoad the advent of a f aw settlers who had not heard of the sresidents Amember of General Merritf s who arrived here from Leiveawonh said he was cinviaced that the large number of boomers BOW located upon the strip would vacate voluntarily wham they learned the Ira a large cattle owner Mar has returned from an extended trip over his ranch aad reports that no cattle msve been killed by fire or He estimates the number of acres burned over to be one hundred but thicks enough remains to feed cattle un til new grass Bornet also re ported that large anmbers of colonists were leaving tha strip aad he was of the opinion that but few would be left for the military to 80VTH Xke Objiet FravlatesM tke FiwklMUn Kill March The South Dikota druggists like the pro visions cf the prohibition especially those nquirinK petitions signed by twenty women necessary to per tne thousand dollar bond aid Outgeneral features of the the Aberdeen druggists sinnedSBagree ment this morning to keep no liquor after May and dispatches from all other towns indicate that the advice of Presi dent of the Pharmaceutical as sociation to sign similar agreements will be generally QTJICKUT TJU The BowenMerrDl company carried a stock valued at 1125 000 on which there was an insurance of The build ing was valued at Was dealer in dry suffered a loss of Several smaller stocks were badly TBE WORK Or The workmen digging in the mass of iron and are trying to ex tricate a man whose bloody and appears just above the debris He is supposed to be Daniel a pipeman His feet are caught by a huge iron and he is being liberally plied with stimulants to keep him Underneath him ia another sup posed to be The scenes at the fire headquarters have been only excelled in pathetic in terest by those at the homes of the dead Old fathers of the young men who lost their mothers and children of the dead and living crowded into the room seeking informa tion of their loved and getting none have rushed to the scene of the fire and by their frantic appeals marie doubly ardueous the work of those endeavoring to get at the men imprisoned beneath the The first ambulance to leave the scene of the fire carried the remains of the first four men taken from beneath the fallen floors They were followed by an impromptu procession of wagons and pedestrians and proceeded first to undertaking establishments and then to the homes of the where in two instances their coming gave the first intimation of the sorrow that had fallen on the THB CATTBK OF THE ACCIDENT is as yet not quite During the two hours and onehalf the fire was burning there had been scarcely a flame visible to the spectators in the streets and though the volume of smoke was so dense as to utterly obstruct the Abcut five oclock an entrance to the building was made by the who previously had been held back by the Suddenly came the crash and the whole except the Wash ington street fell There were firemen on each of the three floors and the roof and they of car ried down in the It would teem that the building was insufficiently case at does not revuire it to do I tied to those on either side of it and the ber of They have void sued to these acts declared null and and the proceedings expunged from the The Idaho supreme court denied the applications and this court affirms the The court in tbe safety of our institu lions depends in a considerable measure upon the executive and ju dicial departments being kept separate and upon none of them infringing on the It is not one of the functions of the court to inquire into the record of a legislative body and to determine whether that body assuming to be legislative is legal or The suit presenting this ques tion arise in some case growing out of an act passed by the leg but the court does not pass in the present case upon how far it would be justified in such suit in inquiring in to the validity of the as the TO Nlekou Betvne for NEW Much The fol lowing correspondence was made public yesterday NEW March 15 His Ex Francis Governor of the State of Louisiana At a meeting of the board of directors of the Louisiana lottery to day it was resolved that the president of the company be directed to forward to you the sum of to be used in your protect the people of Louisiana against the innnda dation now apparently so in consequence of the threatening condi tion of the as they in the anxiety which your excellency must feel at this the directors and members of this corporation feel confident that the money which they thus place in yrur hands will ba promptly and efficiently applied to the purpose for which it is intended I inclose the companys check for Very respectfully M President Louisiana Lottery Governor Nxhols replied at follows I have received your communication of this date inclosing the check of the Louisiana Lottery company for for levee On the eve of a ses eion of the daring which the renewal or extension of your charter will be acted a question vitally effect ing the interests of this I have no right to place the people under obliga tions to your company in however small a degree by my acceptance of a gratuity from I herewith return you the Very FBANCIB The prompt action of Governor Nichols in returning the companys check is ap proved by all except those who would have shared the It is pointed out that this remarkable spasm of solid tude for flood sufferers is the first mani festation of the There have been periodical but the company has heretofore confined itself to the collec tion of bottom dollars from its deluded The action of the company is regarded as a direct attempt to create a popular sentiment in favor of the renewal of its THE rHPEniTNB OF 1 FOUL Heury leggett aad His Wife Twelve Year Old Daughter IB Shackles at lewa Other Arrests Special to Tax March city is wrought up to the highest pitch of ex citement this evening by the arrest fer murder of Henry familiarly kaown as French ind his wife and a aged twelve for complicity in the The murder for which the arrests were made was committed ia Page near Bham in The victim was the father of Leggetf s wif a who lived with his He was known as patch Charley and was highly esteemed by all his The crime was com itted for the old mans effects which ofa gold watch 165 in money and a span of The body was discovered about a week after the mur der by a The body had been firmly tied to a stake and the stake driven into the ground at the bottom of theNodaway As soon as the Leg gett family were pot under arrest here the officer in charge telegraphed to the sheriff of Page who immediately arrested Hugh for complicity in the The detective who made the arrest has been working on the case for over a By working around the country for farmers he gathered up the evidence link by link until the chain was and he now confronts the murderers with a mass of evidence that is It is expected that Lig getf s twelveyearold who is now under will make a full con fession of the When the arrest was made a ale was in progress at Lig getts as he was anticipating re moving to Nebraska When the warrant was read Liggetta oldtime friends forsook him and he almost sank to the He was properly shackled and the officer started for Clarinda with at which place he will be It ia tbe prevailing opinion here that the end is not Mora arrests will A Berloae Special to TBB Das March the water works shortly after noon today a some what serious fight occurred between Jack foreman of the street depart and Charles another em ploye of the Cross received a bad wound on the top of his head which rendered him The city physician pronounces the injory a dan gerons Preabe has a cut on the lef t side of his He with his brother arrested and placed in the city The weapons used were a hammer and Preabe claims that Cross attacked him with a pontiona like railroads to be aad it is expected the meeting wfflbeaaim Taemiacaaad mining committees of both houses hold opaa meetings the tame af teraooa to ban all they can fromboth sMeaoa the atiaiag BUM IW Other Special to Tn Daa March senate at at 10 oclock this awming aad at once went to Petitions were pre sented oa the subjects of text woman sellnt to baeco to There VINT MORE TIE OUT Milta Compelled to Laekef March shock ing accident occurred Friday in John Tallys quarry on Three or four blasts Southern were fired daring The educational bill was then taken up and Daniel addressed the senate in ad vocacy of Morgan opposed the The urgent dtfltiency bill was then taken up and the following amentments among agreed to Appropriating additional for expenses of the in ternational marine conference appro priating for for new cruisers the insertion of several paragraphs for the payment of district district attorneys aad marshals for the states of North South Montana and Washington ap propriating 000 for public The bill is to be taken up The house amendment to the senate bill for a public building at Cedar Rap reducing the amount from 000 to was concurred Ad j I WASDHGTOM March another lively meeting of 4hr committee Messrs of4heworldstalr of and of wen cbeeut from the city Bad was gaged in the ballotbox j rgt two of the iriembers fiwonttia to tar aad the was tad up aoasto Iteoaable to achieve aay positive prog Whea eectioa which tolaak the date for holdiag the loir OhalrsBaaCaaBtmr fropOM fill ia the blanks eo as to proviaeforthe CONGRESSIONAL of introduced a bill in the house today to provide for the election of of the It de clares that no state law or constitution shall deprive a citizen once duly author ized to vote for a member of the legisla ture of his light to vote except upon conviction of Congress is to fix the congressional election districts i each state immediately upon the publi cation of the census returns and the de termination of the basis of representa The districts are to be made up of contiguous territory and as nearly eqnM in population as and in case congress fails to arrange districts ninety days before the election the representa lives are to be elected from the state at Elections are to be held on the Australian ISOALLS PEKBIOH today introduced a bill pro viding that soldiers who have lost both eyes or one arm or one may get mar at any time he may so to some one to take care of and at his death the soldiers widow shall receive 1 per month as long as she remains If the soldiers wife refuses to live with and care for he after her abtence for aix procure a divorce from any county court upon the payment of THB OHIO BALLOT BOX FOBGEBT At the session of the special house committee appointed to investigate the Ohio ballot box forgery to Repre sentative Grosvenor was the principal He testified that the Trust telegram which had been referred to ia this investigation was an answer from Representative Butterworth to appeal to help him at the marietta and had nothing to do with this the taking of tastimoBy closed with this and the committee went into secret ses sion to determine further eon TO THB BBBCUB The United States tugs Fortune and Triton have gone to the assistance of feamcr reported aground off Cedar sixty mfles dowa the Potomac with Secretary Tracy aad frjeadsoa fi unes ate a hole in the letting the whole cave It is feared that there may be other bodies in the At midnight the rescuers have partial ly released the man supposed to be Ed ward It will take an hour or two more of hard work to get him He is bat THB NEWS DOTS It is reported three little newsboys were seen standing near the rear wall jost before the collapse watching the If this is there Is little hope for their One of the who managed to make escape unhurt from the cellar says he thinks there are two or three more men down there yet completely covered by a mass of burnt Btveral of the injured firemen who are able to talk were seen by a re porter but could add no infor mation to what is given All they knew was that as they wire without a preliminary the collapse came and they were precipitated into the pit All but two or three of the dead and injured firemen had homes and and scenes in those places to night were MAT BHO IK A and Int lillBele With Tmelr rmr March 17 Broth erhood of the Brotherhood of Trainmen on the Chicago and Eutern Illinois and a joint committee of both held meetings in this city A grievance committee was ap pointed to meet the road The men between Chicago and Terra Haute desire the same wages for the sane wotk received by the men on the Evans ville and Terre Haute division A strike was not MAUBLBD Queer FneUccsBeart In Wfclefc a Salt Lake Wemaai SALT March wo man named living conceived the idea of being united for eternity to the ghost of the late Joseph the Mormon She did so and took the name of Joseph and deeded all of her property Joe The boom struck the town and she is in a bad as she cannot sell her real estate without having her hus bands and she is not a widow in the eyes of the as her husband has not died since She will apply to the heavenly court above for a divorce from her ghost of a BOW DO XHX VKKLf FERIBHKD IN THB March 17 the morning and after the lapse of half an hour preparations were made for a Frank a young man from emploped in filled a hole with powder and was about to lay the keg on a bench of rock when it exploded in his blowing him down the hillside fifteen feet His hair and mustache were taken his arms burnt from the hands tn the flbows h s face and neck frightfully The attending physicians say that his in juries are probably A Hovel March novel ease of violation of the United States maritime law came up before the United States commissioner John a was chanted by Chief of the United States Mississippi River with cutting a hole 4 feet deep and 15 feet long in the government dam at by which the water was diverted from the channel into the McGinnis did thus establish communication for his boat between the slough and the Be pleaded guilty and gave bond to ap pear at the April term of The penalty provided ia a fine of Geamkiete la March urday night the gambling houses of this city were closed for the first time in years The movement against the gam bler began with the citizens which was elected by an overwhelming majority two weeks Immediately the business men of the city or ganized an antigamblerg The gamblers decided to close and move out without farther It is a great victory over an element that has dominated the city for number of bills amoagthem being the appropriation bill for the hos pital for the insane at Pleasant Shields also introduced a bill providing for the establishment of an appellate which is designed to ba intermed iate between the district court aad the supreme The messsge from the governor trans mitting the resignation of J eiarkson as trustee of the Iowa agricultural col legd at Ames was A message was also presented from Auditor Lyons ia reference to the payment of the expenses of the university investigating com The auditor said that he had not paid those expenses because there was no appropriation bill pawed for that A joint resolution ap pointed the committee and prescribed the amount to be paid but a resolution could not appropriate money and so he had refused to issue the In order to get the calendar cleared the bills recommended for indefinite post ponement were taken There was no conflict on any of them till Bogles bill prohibiting furnishing tobacco to minors and instead of indefinitely post poning that it was referred to the com mittee on the suppression of intemper and it thus has another chance for On Senator Barnetts bill to regu late rates of interest in the state there was considerable The bill recommended for indefinite post but instead of being indefi nitely postponed at it was taken up and read a third The bill reduced the rate of interest on negotiable notes from ten to eight per Those who opposed the treasure thought it would not be at all beneficial to the borrowing hence cmild not vote for On final passage the vote was 31 to 11 so it Senator Mills introduced a bill of spe cial benefit to Marshalltown and desired it to be considered and passed at but was prevented from having his de sire gratified by Lieutenant Poyneer is be coming quite particular about having things come in proper When a senator asks unanimous consent to vary the order he is politely requested to de fer until the older desired is reached and then he gains recognition This is as it should for it obviates all diffi culty ia keeping the journal straight and helps all THE The house began work at and after the petitions were disposed of com mittee reports were taken Among those reported as favorably by the judi ciary committee was the one in relation to appointment of guardians of persons addicted to the excessive use of intoxi cating The bill is known as house and it in addition to pro viding for the appointment of a guardian prefcibes the manner of terminating such The judiciary com mittee reported on a large number of and recommended the great ma jirity of tyem for indefinite postpone ment it came to introduction of there were not many A new candidate for a normal school waa brought out by the introduction of a bill to locae such an institution at Mt Mr of presented a bill to define the duties of the railr ad com missioners reference to the transpor tation of Iowa Wilsons resolution for two sessions a day aroused considerable He wanted thtm to begin bat in this he found great Luke amended to make it begin on aad Beem derired the time to be fixed as next The reasons assigned for this was that the committees were hold ing afternoon and evening sessions and it would interfere seriously with their work for any such movement to be taken Beems amendment and after next Tuesday there will be a LOBMBY miners ia North Wata joined the Tweaty d sideeagiaean have joiaedthe strike Several mills ia Lancashire have compelled to stop oa account of tha scarcity of coal arising from the miaen strike and others an running oa short time for the same Moat of the the miners who went OB a strike ia Not tingham have returned to work mi ad vance of five per cent ia their wages having beea conceded A eoufer eaceof mine owners wsa held today to consider the situatioa arrkdag fn The conference refusi the mens demands for aa aad a still further advance cm July 1st A committee was appointed to meat a committee ot miners Thursday aad em deavor to secure a joiat actioa loohiag to the arrangement of a method for the regulation of work and avoidaaceof strikes in the COAL CABTBBS March coal cart ers here have joiaed the objectioBBi Wheeler fare of amarasall the supreme Beeklapras aad Nebraska Rattway road will be widened to as aad cxteaded Bra gnat thought that taa Rock bbai railway is at the back of tha purchasing tha march 17 of theUakmPacU befon tha house committi raUroadathm aad tha committee frriated pte reporta of argu rjratav March striking dockmea engaged ia riotous demonstra Thirty thousand marched through the streets aad the route of the procession was a scene of constant dia The magistracy has iavoksd the aid of the AH0BID MOZAMBIQUE March reported that acting British hoisted and saluted the British Sag ia the Shire district GBEAT March the English ia hoistias the British flag in the Shire dmtriet to day has caused great exdtemeat The government has made a formal pro test to The fealiac runs so high it is feared aa attack may be made upon the British legatioa aad a guard of troops has been placed there to prevent any hostile ther bfllwhkhheji placed the Uatast fiacita road aad ths Ceatral cat verrditenBt relatima to Uw government ter of principle the Untoa Pacific oouM make ao objectioa to that The Central Pacific aaver hat and never would have the local which the Union Paciflc Tha question burden should ba to the strength of the two cjompaamsv Redid not object to the general pro visions of frye nor ins at that the Union Pacific should ba placed oat tonal with the Central Peejtov Neither was he to say that the terme im posed ou the Ceatral Paoite wen Oa to say that the provisions of the trill iav posed as heaw a load tha Oeatnl Paciflc could He did not thttfe the Union Paciflc would be williagto take the property of the Central PaaJato with a heavier load thaa the Mllrm posed upon it The Frye bill agood and fair bill in many but were a few material points la would like to see it thought the buzdsa the Frye bill imposed upon Paciflc too Railroads an operat ed not for fun or bat to make It wan not to the Interest the goverment or the people that Uiiou Paciflc should ceasofnum being a dividendpaying stock and become a Wall street It was not to theia tereatof the government or the Uaiom Paciflc that the company should bo launched on a voyage of fifty weighted down so those who nayitaved it most spend half the time clinging to the He felt compelled to saw that his judgment of the senate bill ha present form waa aot for advant age of the Uaioa Its framers hadfallsm into the error of imposing apoa a wilnBg debtor terms more onerous tham debtor could He Adams bill was ia tha interest of i through which the Uaioa Paejfls i although people of those not sea it They had erroaeoueldM A W1M very limit of aad at he doubted that it was worth the eompaarts while to accept the provisioas of Us billp March The report is Bis to TalBK the mflereaiees Jitchtly f tm Tketr dence cf Augustus Carll and wif early tettlers in this burned Sat urday Bight and the old folks Nothing is known about the origin of the A VlUmae ta Trsmrr March from about thirty miles west of report the town Ow ing to the scarcity of fire apparatus the fire is spreading in all and there is little hope of saving the Harrisville is a town of several hundred TPR Dour arch KM 17Sixteen and three president approved act for of a bridge across the MmsMppl at Iowa A SBBVKB PBZSnW of to day iatrodueada bffl providrag for a tef W pirmoathtooer of the war aad their Imeejaotmemt iato a law will March wia of this and Jarvia KeBBaa ot both Yale students wen drowned yesterday while attempt ing to make Milford in a row boat March Twentr lounbs This onneeswasthewelcht the child of of a eirt bebytBat was born here Over the lltUe ones head can be placed an ordinary and thirteen the distance welithed It was bora aay that medical rec ords do no mention a catewnere the weight of a child at birth was i inches 1 from TO Mrs Knos erownto the sotesof led her nnt batIn Ibis mite or when fifteen and bad tea children dnrlnir fifteen yean ot She was married to her second huaband a mother andher bonne Ingbaby are reported fettmsraloaf very humanity is acd the it wfll Tke are aima of middle and both an the arerare The that were pre nand tor its advent uvebeaB to one XvMaattly OSAOE la March Linds O N Darling and a couple of others were walking along the bank of Cedar two miles west of they found signs of a desperate struggle in the which was covered with blood Farther investigation brought to light the of Hank a young fanner of who has evidently been AB Iflltm March Highway robbery is becoming quite fre quent owing to the changing in the city Carl edi rush in legislative Lewis called up his resolution in Btrncring the ways and means committee to present a report as to the amount of income the state would derive from a two mill tax Tois report will very likely be made about the same time the senate ways and means committee re ports on the resolution referred to it last The settlement which can be teached upon the presentation of such reports will aid materially ia closing the The resolution was amended and so the committee has defi nite instructions now After this the house adjorurned till 9 It is quite noticeable that the talk is all in favor of ad j rarnmeni by April The question is a special order for tomorrow morning in the and will be settled then so far as that body is If it is passed by the house there is not much danger of the house not There are members oow who would like to be at home and would be there if duty did not hold them All they are waiting for is the settlement of the appropriation It is rather fortunate that the temper ance question has been so nicely ar It will be discussed folly Wed nesday morning aad that will about set tie it No license bill can pass either and as no prohibition bill has been all the discussion neces sary will be poured forth in the talk Wednesday The Australian wildly current this marckhas tendered the Tke Vi March 17 aew as annnunbed has been modi Ribot is to be minister of for oiga affairs in place of M who takes the portfolio of M Fallieres becomes minister of ia stead of public aad Bour geois becomes minister of educaUoa ia of the is as signed to the ministry of Tho other members remiaia as baton an BUDA March Hungarian ministry is officially wiih Count Szapary as premier in place of premier also assumes the portfolio of the M Bethlen becomes minister of the office formerly held byUouatEia With these eonel of the old cabinet is D OBLEAN8 DIDNT WABT A March due has isoued a statemeat that he opposed the petition to Pnatdeat Caraot for ArTAIBS HI SAN March from laanv t March 17 Joaathau To founder of later Oceaav for many jears prominently flad with the growth aad prosperity of died at his home ia Hjde Park this aged 78 Mr Summon had lived IB Chleafo since 1835 He was one of the hardest and most prosperity aad wa prominently fled with many enterprises ofa educational sad progressive As a taaacier awl aokV tlciaa he was alwaya a leading ehsneter aad there are few men whose demise wU be mourned by a larger eirile of Notwithstanding his death directly due to acute disease ht hat lived to a ripe and honored old until the asperities created by evsam of hie active and aggressive public esmt had The pioneers of Chi cago are baconing reduced ia aad as one by one they 1 memories will be duly DEATH OV AX IOWA BBWBPAPBB Mach 17 George com acted with Iowa Bewsaapem nod for the last twentytwo yean city editor of the Davenport ga and Davenport died to Ballon was bora at I January WM a of poor naw ot edueailnn toa has not yet formed a permaaent gov preferring to wait until the ar chief Justice provided A prpclama rival of the for in the Berlin tioa issued some time asking all Samoans to disperse to their homes aad make Meads with one hai btea generally complied Some com plaints have been msda that the wrecks of the United States men ofwar Trenton and Vandalia divert the tidal current in the harbor from its natural course and drive it at certain periods with great force against the for of the held up and robbed tonight on a prominent street Other robberies are The feel ing in regard to the expulsion of nmb lers is better and may lead to march The river has risen but little in the pest twenty four hours hen aad is stffl faUiac at Padu The Mississippi is still rising slow iy sad the Ohio It is thought BOW that river win rise but little aad ao aaxiaty is felt as to safety am Bay rise that may at this point MOBTB Msrch Thursday John Harris aad Thomas whowere confined ia the county the sheriff sad Thefugitiyes started up the Rio flraade river where 4UMOMH1 eamB by the they were dbeovered tm camp bythe aherifl after a coasiderable They were called upoa tosurreoder batimstead A Vtra March High school building took fire in the roof this The teachers were notified by the janitor and every room marched out quietly before the ehadrea knew of the fire ia the The loss is very only the roof being damaged KMSMtl ky to Tax March moniag Moses a colored was lead A tea i Sioux March Thai has been made in Chicago asd papers that the present rate difficult could not be settled by the pnrehaee of the Barliagtoa aad 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