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   Burlington Hawk-Eye (Newspaper) - March 22, 1890, Burlington, Iowa                                THE EBTABUSHBD 8ATOH1AK MARCH 1890 MOimUMiHD 1LBEKIL ftlSld iPPIOmiTlOI P1BED BY TBE A Service Peasien Bill Spirited DebatoShermtts Akti Trust Bill Discussed Ia the Sea WaaidBBton March house went into committee of the whole on the pension appropriation and Cheadle of epoke at length ia favor of a service pension He explained the provisions of the Mil authorizing a ser vioe pension to every veteran over fifty years ofage who served sixty days ud wu honorably Under the general law all invalid pensioners who receive lees than 18 per month and all who receive no pensions will be bene flcimrios under At the conclusion ot Cheadlee speech of said that after listening to the speeches of the gentle men on the other side he wu inclined to wonder why Commissioner Tanner bal been requested to of said that the question could be answered but that u the answer would involve go ing into matters of he would re frain from doing so at of sug gested that the bill recently passed for the appointment of thirty additional medical examiners would have the effect of increasing the number ot cases passed upon and thereby cause a Clements suggested further that in accordance with a circular issued by the commissioner of pensions the employes of the pension bureau would be utilized in working up and he said that if this were so there would be a large in crease in the amount of pensions under the existing nw Clements inquired Whether the which wan car ried by tho bill would be sufficient for the next fliaJ Morrow replied that it would be sufficient to pay all pensions under the present but that if congress pused further laws increasing the number of rateo of pension there would be a defi While referring to the service pension Clements wu interrupted by Peters with a question u to whether the country could not be better able to dav to pats the service pension bill than it had been when it enacted tbe Mexico service pension Clements replied he was not sure about He referred to a published letter from the president of the farmers alliance of regard ing the destitution He Clements did not oppose just and liberal He was not going to vote against the pending bill His only objection to it wu it appropriated less money than the administration knew would be necessary to pay pensions for the next Bvnum charged the republican party with being false to its promises to the country in tho matter of pensions The he were determintd the republicans should carry out their pledges to the soldiers Cutcheon inquired whethed the democrats while in control of the house had passed a service pension Bynum replied they had not but they had not gone jiome and uked for votes under falst Spinola said the democrats in tended to draw the line of battle on the service pension The democrats did not intend the republicans should muk tbomtolvoB as special friends ot the vet Tho dumocratic party had forced tbe Tension tolls from up to add yet the republicans weat oa the stump and told the people that they were friends of the men who saved the of impressed upon the house the necessity of thor oughly investigating the workings of the pension of said he did not belittle the services of the federal To do so would be to belittle bis He hud been one of the men whom they had had to He had a high regard for the uurt he was mighty sorry he had tried to break it But if the gentlemen were going to carry pension legislation to its legitimate conclusion congress had better slop and have an It looked to him as if the country would have to let the Grand Army of the Republic take the of ex pressed himself in favor of a liberal pension but wu opposed to uy abuMo of that system and wu opposed to making the pension bureau a great polit ical Grosvenor said the minority had suddenly become wonderfully patriotic and if it could only destroy tnis unpatri otic record it had always made it would be wonderfully The gentle man from Xew York had said tbe democratic party had run up the appropriations for pensions from to There wu not a dollar of that money that had been appropriated under uy general pension bill ever passed by the demo cratic party or ever signed by demo cratic except that for increas ing pensions of With this ex ception every dollar of appropriation wu due to the patriotism of the republi can Bet erring to Clevelands veto of the dependent pension bill he when Cleveland wu renominatod no man had shouted louder in his behalf than had the gentleman from Indiana Bynum and yet Cleveland who had his vetoes in the faces of the soldiers wu the most popular democrat ia the United and three years hence would dreg the democratic1 party at his The democrats were to be credited with the fact that today there were twenty thousand union soldiers in the poor house who would have been comfortable under the bill which Cleveland had Ternuey it quired whether the re publicans to peas the Jepeadut pension bill vetoed by Cleveland Grosvenor repliedthey would aot They would pass a republiou a bill which would aot coateia a vaaper feat which would have aoQuac ia it to decrade In the course of further remarks Spi nom elated that the neat balk of tke UsUon army wusnade tip from tke dam oeratto legions of the TMe csnssfl a sarcastic laugh on tbe npobUeu of ifeoroaaly u UcoaiMdUMeunutioa made By anm that u iacome tax ahmdd be levied nee the toll the btllfortheiatVamsatct MMetP mO fmmV ammaVmmmmlV eK VsW mwa fJmmftK by the Toeiday for consideration in the boon at ike fAtr MB ud providing for flail action upon it at four oclock thai Mareh motion of Bhermu nil bill to declare unlawful tmti ud combinations in restraint of trade ud production wu taken up for The labetitnte reported by Bherau frost the finance committee on the 18th wu also an offered by fiber intn then eddreeeed the At the close of Shermans speech Ing Is offered aa amendment which ii aimed against dealings ia futures or op It wu read and ordered printed Oa motion of Sherman U wu ordered that the substitute reported from the fin uce committee be treated u the original text of the and so proposed by Beagu and Ingalls are to be treated u amendments in the first and second Vest argued against the constitu tionslitits of the original bill u well as cf the substitute declaring his belief that the supreme court would immediately throw it out of the court Tbe senate had been told lut session by Sherman that whenever he wu satisfied combina tions were protected by high protective he would be in favor of reducing that ud that Vest said wu the real Those trusts were irotected by high tariff and were enabled to work their iniquitous purposes under the butt ress afforded by the tariff Hit cock said no attempt should be made to give the federal government jurisdiction of a subject over which states had full and ample Blair renewed his motion to recon sider the vote of yesterday by which the educational bill was rejected and Inger soll moved to lay that motion on tbe No action was A motion to adjourn over till Monday U opposed by who wished to aave action taken on the anti trust and the motion was Allison replied to argument u to the connection between high duties ud taking the ground that all great combinations were practically out tide of the tariff and independent of it He would not admit tha even the sugar trust wu dependent on the He was not sure but that if sugar were on the free list there would not be still s iombination among the sugar In great woolen and cotton boots and shoes and iron ind on which duties were there was no trust except perhaps u to steel rails and So also with the silk industry of this country which produced probably half the silk consumed here and which wu protected by a heavy there was no tmst or On the other hand there was a very powerful trust or combination for raising the price of beef ud lowering the cost of attle on and no one could say that hat trust wu the result of high duties There were also oatmeal trust and whisky trust which had nothing to do with Although he agreed with gentlemen who were in favor of remodelling ud revising the still the if they wished to correct the great evils of trusts and combinations would fall abort of their purpose if they confined themselves to a modification of tariff It wu the duty of congress to put on the statute ooks such legislation u would inhibit trusts and Mr Coke offered a substitute tor the ill and George offered au both of which were ordered The bill then went over till when it is to be unfinished and it wu ordered that the session to morrow be confined exclusively to the business on the Numerous petitions and memorials were presented f ni a law against the em loymnnt of aliens on government Inme tor tree and unlimited coinage ot silver and one from Nebraska against the f time for the payment of sciflc railroad debts to the from the committee on ap reported back the house jint resolution authorizing the appeint uent of thirty medical examiners for the bureau of peuions and gave notice he would uk the senate to consider it to THB DBPBaVtUOS us Bcport of Mach prevail ng depression in American agriculture s treated bp statistician Dodge in his larch report to the department of agri culture The prevalence of low prices is noted and a feeling of discouragement in rural circles throughout the world is in It hu been especially severe in Jreat and is the subject of com discussion and official investiga ion in Italy and other It is present in monarchies and under divers currencies ud economic systems But it is less evere here than in other The main cause of low prices is referred o the inexorable low supply and de Corn and wheat and other taples are cheap because of overpro Immigration hu increased tbe lopulation in ton The ntercontineutal areas have been carved nto turns free to natives and opening millions of acres to DUOUCY FOULKSS XfforU PcUtteal Capital March inter est hu been excited at the postefflee de tartment by the action of Wm Dudley of in sending out in quiries to the presidential portcfficei where have occurred since the 4th of especially to post masters who have been In peaking of tha matter today First As sistant Postmaster General Clarkson aid We are receiving letters from newly appointed postmasters who have wen addressed in this In qniriu seat out in every instance hat I have show that the cue hu been ud the change made be It is evidently an effort to get statements from removed aad disappointed officials for political and some of the letters show u in tention to try ud induce new postmas ters to make statemuts of defense where ao detenu is No political capi tal eu be made out of these made ao removals exospt for deliaquiacy ia official iaefficJeBcy IB service or violation of the tive oosasftittee on ag today reported favorably to Ue house with u tha GOB COT aad imposing a taxapoaaad the auaufae of Tha report aemspaayiactke Mil eayi ihesaaia fee taiuaftMbfflarasiBUlsr to the olao THE TCTEBil BliHIfiETIR eUDDHLT EIPIBES IT He Falls Dead from Heart Disease in His BOOK at tke Grand Pacific BetelHIs KeeordCteftenl Sorrow The March Major General George of the United died very suddenly at oclock this morning in his apartments at the Pacific where he has lived for two He hai not been in perfect health since his return from the southwest a month when he made a trip with General Strong and other but he has not been confined to his He wai one of the bcxparty at a theater last and was in good He returned and went to bed without com plaining of any unusual He arose before 7 oclock this morning and partially dressed He stepped from his sleepingroom into hie parlor OBNKRAIi so take some exercise with an as is his A moment later hie wife heard him fall heavily on a sofa and COMB QUICK I cant Crook jumped hastily from bed ind ran into the room to find her hus band had fallen to the Crook called to her husband as she leaned over the inanimate Re ceiving no response the running to the called far A moment later a score or guests and em ployes of the hotel were in response to Crooks reported The house physician was present almost jut he saw at the first glance that Gen eral Crook was already Major Ely the army sur had already been summoned from the and he arrived with all hsste only to find that it was true that General Crook was beyond medical The news wan broken gently to Mrs ook and who were led to the apartments of sympathizing lad Major McClellan gave orders that no one but friends be permitted to sue either of the and he at once telephoned Adjutant General to whom he reported tbe and who once telegraphed to War aW The cause of General Crooks death was heart failure resulting from indigei He has been troubled in this way or many General Crook undermined bis consti tution in his Indian said Ma ior McClellan this As every one he was a wonderfully active He would stop at nothing and de nied himself every pleasure or comfort He constantly refused to incumber him lelf with things that might conduce to iis so that he might move around more There never was a point of danger in these western cam paignithat he did not place himself so that a good example would be set for the I think the campaign of 1876 was the foundation for his Then he started out with thirty days rations for his force and was gone nearly a spending a terribly severe winter in the mountains and on the western prai ries far away from the forts and This hard together with the ir regularity of meals and the scarcity of resulted in his stomach troubles immediately affected his I lad treated evtry day since I have jeen attached to the headquarters in and a few weeks ago I had about concluded that his trouble had een Last it returned The attack was quite but as he came to me the moment he felt Ul there was little diffi culty in getting him in good shape If his death had occurred last week I should not have been He lulled out of his sickness apparently letter than before and his sudden death was wholly unexpected by Adjutant General who as sumed command immediately after Gen eral Crooks death has charge of the ar rangements for the He is in communication with Secretary of War Crooks desire that the iody be taken to for and her request has been for warded to the Old Amy O George Crook wu bora near September He wu ap pointed from Ohio to the military academy West July ud graduated in aad wu ap xriat brevet second lieutanut Ater serving awhile it the garri soa at New he was seat out to Benicia He wu traasfered to Califor where served until His princi pal duty while there wu escorting the topographical party that wu making a surrey of Rome Hewuon this doty from 1855 to Oa March he was promoted to flnt aad wu in command of the Pitt river expedition in In ekirmish with the iadiaae he wu woaaded with aa He had two little Indiu oae on the 2i of udthe other July the BUM He wu trust erred to Fort Tarwetaw in the latter pan of aid ia went to Fort Vu Waskiartoa where ha took part ia the Takimo Ha B treasfernd beck to Fort Ter waere he earnd fa 1881 aa wu made capteia ia the Fourth iafaatry ud came east sad to dsty ia Wen Vfa ha of the TkirtyatxU at the Third provWoaal b participated mile actta of a er Mr ttoaMeettke east oatr at Be wu istkebattJeoC to the army of the Camheriud iu com mud of a On July he wuiacoamurt of the Secoad cavalry Hawu at the battle of Chickamauga from Sep tember 18 to September After Chickemanga he had three fights with Wheelers one on October one OB October 4 and oae oa October Ia he wu traasfemd to the coamud of the Kaaawaa district ia West The priaeipal fights he bad there were dovds mouatain aad New Biver These occurred while he wu OB a raid against tha Vir ginia aid Tennessee In he was pot ia command o all the troops ia the department of West Virginia ud bnvetted major gen eral in the United States After a skirmish at Snykers Ferry ud at Kerns town and a sharp fight at HaUtowa he wu captured at When he WM which wu in he Joined General Sheridu in his Sheaudoah campaign nd wu in all the battiM of ttat He wu put in command of an the cavalry of he army of Potomac ud wu made a major of volunteers Octo bsr He participated ia tbe battles of Dinwiddie court Firhers Suders and He was ia the lut battle of the at April ud wu present at the ca pitulation of General Lee oa April On July he wu matle lieutenant colonel of the Twutythird ud OB the 29Ui of he wu made brigadier be ing promoted over half the lientenuts colonel of the army ud all the and assigned to the command of the Subsequently General Sherman put him in commud of the departmeat of ud about a year ago Gen eral Crook wu placed in commud of the department of THE RBWB AT Mareh news of the death of General Crook wu a great shock to the officials of the war depart ment Secretary Proctor wu particu larly affected by the intelligence u he had verj intimate associations with the general during his recent visit at Wash ington a few weeks He sent a per aonal message of condolence to Mrs Crook and nave instructions for the preparation of a general order announc ing to the army the death of General Adjutant General Kelton said today that the funeral arrangements will be conducted entirely in accordance with the wishes of the family and will to some sxtent depend on the time and place of From his personal acquaintance with General Crook he wu of the opin ion that he would not care to have any particular pomp or ceremony at funeral The details will be u soon u the wishes of the family are EX PRKSIDKNT HATES iayes will go to Chicago to attend the funeral services of General He wu much effected by the sudden death of his old commuder ud reviewed th generals paying a high tribute to his character both ia public ud private During the said Gen eral officers ud men alike loved 3rook as a Ia his both with the officers privates he was a model To General Crook the private soldier wu not only apart of a but a fellow intrinsically the equal in intellect and worth of the officer who commuded Without lowering or loosening the reins of discip line he treated his subordinates accord ing to this high ud enlightened esti mate Speaking of General Crooks Indian campagns ud his dealings with the In dians General Hayes said No states man or philuthrophist hu framed the ories for uplifting the red mu which in their ipirit and aim are more worthy a generous ud powerful nation thu the practical meunres which Gen eral Crook hu devised and in spite of discouragement and formidable obstacles hu carried into actual ad Entitled to the wreath that encircles the brow of a hero in lie also achieved the pure fame which belones to who taking the part of a injured ud almost friendless hu had the supreme satisfaction of giving them a fair start ud equal chance in the race of OBNBBAL BHERHABS NEW March Sher when he learned of the death of his old comrade is General said General Crook wu always a man on whom I could He wu the most successful mu in dealing with the Indians that the United States ever had in its serviceThe Indians respected and trusted ud he could bring them around ud make them amenable to reason where every one else Dur ing the war of the rebellion Crook hard charge of the Second cavalry division stationed in Hlabamaand did excellent During my fifteen years u com muderinchief of the army I had ample opportunity to find out General Crooks good ud I never found him any thing but a man who could be depended upon in every ABBAKGKMBKTS FOB THB March accordance with the wiihes of Cmok the fun era services will be held Sunday after The remains will then be put on a special car ud leave for ia the General Crooks staff officers ud a small guard of regular soldiers will Out of respect of the memory of Gen eral Crook tbe Steele courtmartial wu today adjourned until THB Death CMMMvtk Special to TBB March the wife of one of our leading Physicians ud the daughter ef William of this died at three Tha child which cost its mother Us life only weighs three ud onehalf pounds ud at last accounts is alive ud doing Fnaaral tomorrow at 11 tAL BUTE March superintendent of the Vir ginia Military died tonight of He Point ia graduated frost West Beeugadiedat fcmr thirty this morning at her dufhters base She wu sevutyfonr years 8 M start for Mis souri with the remaiasia the DUD or OBDntamV cUBBUJtrnoB Bocx March Sea aged forty BVB yean aad living alone iBlhewestera ead of this wu fond dead ik hfc bed tMs He wu employed at the stove workB ead about a week aad It is supposed retired to kk suffered aa attack of died whhoat aarsiteafie has ao ralativu ia this Hto wifeobteiasrfadivoreafrou ton three ken aad there Oae ok M FAVOR OF aa TOI cApim TO i 8ISIOI OF SH1JTABI Bat fitemaayg New Chancellor will Follow the Peaceful Tradition labBshed by Prince Bismarck Something Aboat March Tagblatt says that General voa the new chu wffl inaugurate a system of thor ough ud salutary bat will fol low the peaceful traditions established by Prince A banquet wu given at the Sehloss Emperor William touted the Prince of Wales in a most complimen tary ud expressed his thanks for the reception given him in ud drank to the continuucy of good relations between the two ud hoped their fleets ud armies might still co oprrate ia the cause of The Prince of Wales thanked the emperor for the compliments paid and drank to the welfare of the emperor and BIBXABCKS Iru March appointment of General von Caprivi u reichskuzler will doubtless be even more of a sur prise in America thu it was ud yet it i well known that thtra is no man in the army who so thoroughly possesses the confidence of the emperor u this closet He bears the full and formidable name of George Leo von Ca privi de Caprera da and he has just now entered his sixtieth General Caprivi is a lineal descendant of the great Count Bsimpsd de Mnntecu who wu so Droninent a figure in the wars of the seventeenth cen and whoie great Me mori delta Gnerra de Instizione dun ii the tion of the whole system of German Von Caprivi is u author like his illustrious He hu the credit of being the foremost theoretic soldier of although he hu never seen powder burned in anger more than three His promotion in the army wu duo chitfly to the profound impres sion which he made upon Von Moltke during the war of Von Caprivi wu attached to the general staff iu the campaign leading up to and hia masterly management of the staff work laid the basis for his later One of the feats for which he is given credit is the outline of the siege and reduction of formally handed in by him to the commuderinchief immediately upon the breaking out of thaFranco Pruisiau war and before the affair of Every portion of his plan is isid to have been worked out in the field with exactly the predicted Caprivi is a familiar Mure in for theXut seven years been chief of the a position corresponding to that of tbe secretary of the navy in He is a mu of medium with thin gray hair ud a grizzled He wears glasses ud hu the air rather of a pros perous professor in the university thu the most scientific soldier now as he undoubtedly His advancement to the chancellerie is believed to be due to Von Moltkes ardent friendship and ad miration for a sentiment which he hu brought the young war lord to Aa stated above he descends from the a very ancient family of settled in Germany in His father wu a brave soldier ud hia grand father wu killed in the battle of The new chancellor wu born in Feb at Berlin and entered the army in The army list gives his record as follows April in the Kaiser Franz Garde erenadier regiment second 1850 pre mier 1859 major on the great general staff 1866 commuder infantry brigade in 1878 commander of the guards in 1881 lieutenant general ud commuder of 1882 commander of 1882 chief of the 1883 and now reichskuz ier of the Curiously like Count the Austrian Von Caprivi ia largely of Irish Ho is a direct descendeut of the Spanish and a relative on his mothers side of Marshal late president of the French Guesses at the policy of the new ad ministration would of prema but the advancement of Von Cap rivi is taken to mean here practically the opening cf an era of pure The new chancellor is a Prussian soldier through and with hardly an idea beyond pipe clay and As the saying runs on Unter den we had a man with a hud of iroa un der a velvet glove now we have the iron hand without the FOBBMUT Indutrr March 21 Bolton cot ton industry is paralyzed in consequence of the coal miners and thirty thousand looms are idle ia THB DTJEB Or HARCHBSTBB March duke of Manchester is nr FKAB or March 21 many parti of Switzerland the villagers are retreating to the enormous avalanches be ing IS THB COMMONS March the commons tiii evening Li Bouchere moved an abo lition of hereditary representativu in parliament The people would aot loag tolerate the idea that several huudreds of au were born withthe privilege to interefere with the government aad to legislate ai a The house hai spectacle before it of the mu excluded from the Jockey club aad warned off of the race conrsu sad yet be able to inter fere with the legislation of the The motion wu rejected 201 to THB ntlVCC OF WAtlS AX March Prince of Watee arrived hen this He wu received at tha railway station by the Empress Frederick ead all bar daughters aada anmber of princes of taeiatewacfamfliuof tha Gemu em The emperor ud Prince of Walu satered a carriage ud were drivea to the escorted by a of ABror AT SltuiloB ta thi Colorado City Political COLORADO March 21 There are no new developments ia the political troubles here but the ex citement is running Late last night and after the burning of the mayors residence and American he residence of he Grand Avenue hotel end the Crystal Palace variety theatre were Two suspicious characters Have been arrested charged with be The city it patroled tonight by one hundred special police ud auv person caught attempting to repeat lut nights outrages will be summarily dealt March workmns meeting at Koepnaiek becoming too damoastrative last Biicht the oadertook to suppress it A riot la which oae gea d erne was killed aad muy iajaiad with stoau akd March reaisjaed Us seatia tha seaaie Be said ha eatsred the seaateia order to secure prefers to oa boarded the westbound iMf ore the marshal could lay buds on WHm at March dons interest wu taken in the contest tonight between Jack McAnliffe ud Jimmy Carroll at the California Athletec ud fully two thous ud people were ia Thirty rounds were fought with BO de cided but slightly in McAu liffes favor la the twutyninth ud thirtieth McAnliffe pounded Carroll about the neck ud body until the latter staggered somewhat the next few rounds were generally in McAnliffes favor but both men dis played much la the thirtyeighth round CanoU commenced to pound away atMoAn Uffes face ud Carroll reached his mark half a dozen times and Mc Anliffe wu evidently Incoming He struck out weakly but Carroll would get away safely ud came with Mother La McAuliffes Carroll repeated this performance in the next round though with not such a good effect won the fight in the forty seventh MUaT DIB BY A Player Will Bast OST of Battwy KBW March Slo a bue ball wu sentenced to death this morning for the of his This is the first sentence of death according to the new law puied in this The counsel for the pris oner uked the court to itate the manner ud mode of cArrying out the f the result of the sentence be that Blo cnm was to be put to death by electricity ie objected nn the grounds that it was inhuman and unconstitutional Without making reply the judge sen tenced Slocum to execution in the mode and manner prescribed by law during the week beginning May 5th BUGS OS Tke Blvir BtolBB Bapldly aad March Quite a serious flood is threatened ia the lower portion of the the rivers having Seen rising one foot an hour since two oclock this and as the snow las been melting fast all day a heavy volume of water is oclock tonight the street at the stone bridge is covered to a1 depth of several feet and all travel at Cambria had to be across the stone It looks u if all the might go and the people living in the lower part of tows are moving out BIG World at iBdisusav March company has been organized here which its promoters say will build the largest plate glass fac tory in the world at Indiua and prove u important factor in com peting with foreign An applica tion wu sent to the secretary of state for a charter and tbe capital stock ia fixed at The presi dent of the company is Colonel of and among thnse asso dated with him are E of Chicago and George of Ak For some time put Colonel Conger hu been experimenting at Ko in the manufacture of plate glass and the result hu been the production of a glus which he says equals or eicells the best French plate We shall begin building at said Colonel president of the compuy and will have works at Ellwood that will turn out feet of finished glass per day ud give employment to about 2 We have what we believe to be inexhaustible natural gu ud will give foreign manufacturers active ITS COXiOBI A City Special to DALLAS Much citizens of this place are worked up over the prosecution of a negro named Narman by a young woman named Mary The court after hearing the evidence pro ud con held Tolliver to bail for his ap pearance at the April term of the county court The now about three months wu exhibited in court at the trial It has some very peculiar marks about it One thing could not be controverted that two white persons could not be parents to a mulatto One or the other must be a Whether the child is a mulatto or it is a ant to A IBB XUfcBlh Aa AeeMeBtally OBMSJ to TBB March 21 morn ing George of and a companion started from La Clade oo a railroad Their destina tion wu for a good duckhunt on Grand When about a mile east of here a loaded gun became IOOM from its f utenings OB the car ud fell to the ground discharging its load of duckahot into the breut cf Stair Just opposite the heart Death resulted in a few The sad accident oc curred about sevu oclock this March supreme court hu refnssd a reheariaf ia the ease of the Chicago Gu tmst The effect of the decision is to declare the trust u illegal Whether oa pleasure beat or should take oa every trip a bottle of Syrup of u it acts most pleasantly aad eOeetaaUy oa the liwr sad pravntiBg hsadaehu aad other forme of sickaem For sale iafiOc aad tl bottlu by an leadtag JekflV Moailayalfht Bjfhtwoa the tea mile March IOB skater of to champioaehTp of Canada in 30 mfaotee 4S This is 145 below the VsefallaaB Maw March Timow DEL souu a m mn UBssUlW The Oaleveetou WaterHarhor Rewlatioaia the HoaseTlw WarcSewnl State News tad to IBB DBS March Gahres tott harbor resolution came npuunfin shid Lnsiaess inthe house and after several attempts to lay it the resolutioa wu amended sou to declare Ji favor of Ssbin Pass or any other good harbor ud THB Only routine work wu done is the seaato this ud the nsnal num ber of petitions ud memorials were pre Bills were introduced u fol owi To fix telegraph tolls in Iowa to provide for the settlement of difficulties y arbitration to fix ud regulate the natal of Attempts were made to call up for consideration bills ud but the chair ruled that under the provisions of a concurrent res adopted by both houses for three coining could be done but receive petitions and messages and committee reports for COmtTtTBE The house committee reported favor ably OB the cnmpnlaoiy education bill a few days but withdrew and are now a tie on The committee on in emperuca have agreed to report against be repeal of the pharmacy The committee on waya and means will re port an antitrust bin similar to the Mis but more S snare committees have adopted the bill pro viding for a collateral inheritance tax on all proterty passing by will or otherwise o certain paraooe aluo requiring all col orations for pecuniary profit to pay a ranchise tax also a tramp ANTIPBOHIHl owa Call to Liquor Das March a result of several weeks work iu correspondence aud personal the committee ep pointed to arrange for a stata conference of antiprohibition have is sued the following The organiu ion started only a few weeks sgo hu already secured the cooperation of over 5 000 of the active republicans in the The business men who are tired of have most numerously joined the Many prohib who are ready to concede local leaving prohibition whera it is are interested ia the movement The conference will mack a new era in Iowa ExGovernor Sirkwood heads the and will attend the Anti prohibition republicans think they see in this move ment aa opportunity to get their party out of a ud upon the platform of the party in other Tee signed by a number of repre sentative republicans of the is u follows THB An informal meeting wu recently held in Das at which the attitude of the republican party respecting prohibi tion wu The meeting wu composed of republicans while in accord with their disapprove the existing prohibitory and for that reason some of them have been unable to give the party full support in state ud xranty The situation seemed to warrant a meeting of holding substantially similar from all parts of the It wu therefore resolved to propoie a conference of those who favor and will assist ia ucariag such a modification of the pnuat pro hibitory law u will extend local option to certain At the muting the undersigned were author zed and directed to make the necessary arrangements for the In accordance the several counties of the state are invited to select to meet at the Gtaat Bepub lieu club in Das oa the Sad day of at two for the purpose of taking such action upon the subject u they may then IB counties in which no organization or may be it is hoped that aay persons in sympathy with the ubjects of tike conference will be ud they will be recognized u if regu larly Reduced rates upon the various railroads of the state are being Iowa CBAIB L Sioux Joa Davenport SAX Iowa FRAHK Council Dee Ozo F Iowa Fort Le H Dee A Mareh wu broken Wednesday for the msfaitei aew mother house to be erected by the Sisters of Charity of the Blesssd Virgin The design contemplates a struct ure with a froatage of 600 feet It win be built OB the crest of a huge bluff be low the overlooking the Mississippi valley for mflu ud commndiag a view of three About forty sisters su perior from various statioas of the order were present ud under their direction the exact site wu selected This the cuter of which ia at Da sow includes 800 dis tributed at fortythree priaei pally in Dlraois ud The aew motherhouse wan completed will cost several huxdred thonsmd BBBK ioa aiotrx Siocx Mareh oi maeral manager of the Aaaeosex Bnsca Brewing aad of a brewery hem beuia the tea site fora bis bear warehouse ud aaveaseandu optioa OB property valued at Theyclaistto have tefonattoa that the Iowa prohibitory law to to iahUhsocisrrhu eosaa to Heat hen bfleptember last of casaetothmeHr mri dard captivated Steveaaoav sad tha aftafc cnlmiaated ia their rig smut Haw first went tku toAsuonTasid have aow gone to eestera Pdor to their departure frosa here ensoB secured all tke moaeyhaorafciOB his restaurant which aneaidto lave been already latenat ing developments an promised lathe near Much of oar most prominent ycrang Miss Bbt sister of our stock Beaja min fell down stain ud died bj six She had had la grippe ami wu still weak audfaiatedushewaa going up Special to TBB March prominent citisen and hen aged win be burkd with Mssoaic ritual IOWA Of JAILBO TOB AS Keohak a young BUB of eighteen wu flued M aad seat to Jail for making n iBsultma remark to a lady psssiag oa tbe side PAZSTBRS FOBM A peikt era trust hu just formed at Ft all the painters of the dty have and will advance the scale of ik alt kinds of lex Movrae Our AT ce wu rut moving oat of the Mississip pi river at McGregor aad the it is will be clear of i An IOWA MOBOBR Iowa of wee flued 830 dollars for purchasing old iroB of minor a without the consent of their 8ooTHws3T IOWA ourth Annual meeting of the Southwtet owa Press Association will be held at Moines A brief gessiok de voted mainly to renewing acqaaiutaaou wu held laac FIBBD FOB tho lutrict court at Toledo Judge Ined one a Tama for selling hard c Much sym pathy is expressed for tbe man in Tusk and manv will a petition to the gov ernor asking a remission of the CAFTDBBD CarBm u arrested at Cedar Bapids WedaeS ud taken te Anamosi for trial oa k charge of forging checks on a bofue 0t Louis Carlin had a aumberof aliases aud had duped a multitude of vic Ho will undoubtedly stay at J 8BB OOWMBO TAB March lokf iuce of the Headenost choolhired Miss Bertie Baadall USB assistut teanher in their Several weeks ago a boy pupil of some thirtetm or fourteen years wu either behweV hand in his or had so that the teacher ordered him to star n the school room after sahool was The teacher and the boy were therefore aad She proceeded to either make him get hie eneon or punish Bartie isnt mon ban sixteen ud the boy ias muscular The nervy liMle gul determined to punish aad to they had it First the teacher WUOB top and then the udthastmratk u the people about forty But the plucky girl ook quered at last and it is to the credit off he father of the boy to say that wheat he got home his father gave him a sound ud vindicated thk OAHCSTO OS March wu hanged today for the murder of Hhody hia sato March a negro eighteen yean of wu hanged today for the murder young girl several AH OTJTBASBB March wu lynched this after noon near here for u attempted ontngk on a white few RBADtrte March com mittee of ministers investigating Bishop of arrived at a verdict this They found him ftihf of all the and recommeadeathat ho be suopended as bishop an u mil of the Evangelical denomtnatioa the general conference la to eniad March veerdgatlon in the Claatsen Sixth J tional Bank case opened this i Ciaaisens counsel said he would c ao testimony on behalf of the I but would allow the case to rut OB i Claassen wu then held to i the action of the grand Bnrattoa ky UOMI March court of peals has affirmed the judgments ot below in the Kemler murder a declaring the electrical eaecntiOB constitutional ud holding that ao el wu committed on the trial of the to MsrchSl of the Atlantic I notified President of en that theWi Hitionel League club hai besa i to tbe Atlantic Thtol the Rational League with but alee Much trict attorney today exState Treasurer charging him with the em state Hemingway sad gave bail for his Hlbbarts Bxtiut etauj March a express messenger from HePef to this city on a spree a lew Rnrnmitted soicidelkl We nadentead that asaiu at Whaa a turtte wnts to looh mte i thiag he putt out kia Gladstones axes an ia gnat i This is because he ie suck a A nstaarut when dfskei eutsesch ie a aiahelpJate It Beenaseaueokd aatun forsaxi ee mas to do things ia ucff1 The hem pott for a watsta that have ttOlUttoi Ufa   

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