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   Burlington Hawk-Eye (Newspaper) - March 25, 1890, Burlington, Iowa                                THE JBU TUESDAY MOKNINa MARCH 1890 15 CENTS HE in 10 IECLUE miwroi mm uro VaiieaalyCuaed aad Dfecaeeed lathe SeaateThe Hone A Supreme Court Dedaiaa The Worlds Much the MB eeveral againat tha ratifica tion of the extradition treaty with Rni aiahavingbeen presentedfrniti Mauacbu and Hoar lie would once mote raise the question M to their presentation in open After tome debate the point of order was withdrawn by Hoar for the time from the committee on and election reported four iMolutioni in the of persons claim lag as senators from the of Two of them declaring that Clark and were entitled to the and the other two declaring that fiaunders and Powers were the onei en Resolutions from the minority of the committee making opposite declara tions were reported and were ordered printedHoar gare notice he would ask the senate to consider them Thursday lag the waters of Behringeee within the dominion of the United States for the purpose of violating the of of the revised statutes re lating to the killing of furbearing ani IOWA WOTfc March Cnerokee John M poetmanter Dubnque Peter poatmaater Plymouth Oraster D Postmasters ap Black Hawk Marble Emmet John Larson Temple Jones Thomas THB BCPBCMK March 24 supreme court of the United today affirmed the judgment of the circuit court of the eastern district of Virginia granting a writ of habeas corpus to Wil convicted in one of the state of it was alleged falaelv in giving before not try testimony to be used in the Vir ginia contested election case cf Waddeil The court Bays that testimony in congressional contested election caste is given in obedience to the laws of the United and not of the and accused should have been tried before the federal court and not before the state Justice in delivering the says The administration of justice by the national tribunals would be greatly embarrassed if a tes tifying before the United States House bill appropriating for I were liable to prosecution in the state public building at where local passion and prejudice was reported and passed with a substi1 might and a conference was ordered with the house so as to make this and all public building bills correspond in The bill to declare unlawful trusts and combinations in restraint of trade and production was taken up and Tuprie dis cussed the constitutional points involved George opposed the amendment offered by Resgan to the Tiller said he was inclined to vote for the although he was not eanguinn of it accomplishing its pur Unless the states took hold Of the question and suppressed thoee trots by limiting the amount of capital that can be aggregated in any the trouble would Tbe he would apply to the Faimurs Alliance and National men which were organized with the avowed purpose of increasing the pi icon of farm a thing which he regarded as most desirable and as absolutely essential to the prosperity Of the He was extremely anx ious to take hold of and control those greut and combinations of capital that were distributing the commerce of the He did not how to go to the extent of interfering with organizations which he thought were absolutely justified by the remark able condition of things in the Gaorgo referred to the Kni hts of Labor another organization that would come within the scope of the because the object of the order was to increase their wages and consequently increase the cost of Teller admitted that the Knights of Labor and all trades unions in the country were practically included in the and suggested to the committee which reported it whether it could not be so woided as to confine it to that were offensive to good The discussion then drifted to the amend ment offered by Ingalls aimed at deal ings in futures and Sherman opposed it not in har mony with the bill as proposing a tax which could not originate in the aenate and as not having been considered by the He also opposed Rea gans amendment and pleaded for the paseage of the bill as reported from the finance Stewart said the bill unconsti Hoar criticized the bill in come of ita legal and claimed it failed to any adtquate Sherman replied to Hoar and laid that if the duty on cotton clothes or woolen clothes was too low to protect the manufacturers of Massachusetts that not a month or a day would be allowed to pass before Hoar would demand a remedy in the way of raising the There was a remedy for the greater wrong than any that resulted from the low The far mers associations throughout the country could not see the source of but they demanded a and their demand had to be The power of congress was only a power that could deal with those George asked Sher man whether the Standard Oil company note cor poration under the law of Ohio and whether the legislature of that atate could not annul ita Sherman replied that the Standard Oil company had been originally organ iced with the modest capital of but there were forty or fifty in other states combined with He had been in favor of a general law de claring certain contracts null aad but had modified the proposition to meet the views of others who thought he going too and now tha objection to She bill was but it a weakness drawn into the bill by objec tions made in the Vest aimed some sarcastic at denying there was anything Intheteenators career that gave him a tight to eatume he had discovered a remedy and the only road to He Vest ob jected to the bill ia Judg it would effect Hiscock spoke egainit the bfll not promising any The bill went over till tomorrow with out and after an executive the eenate A J0DGJCEKT Justice Gray reversed the judgment of the same court granting a writ of habeas corpus to Charles convicted of fraudulent voting at the last presidential Justice Gray holds Greens of feme is a stae Although presi dential electors are appointed in pursu ance of the constitution they are no of the United States than are the members of state legislatures acting as for The BeaseM ttiven for Rcfmnae feata to the Democratic ClalBtaatsTke Seaablieaa Legidatare Recog nized at the legal March report of the majority of the aenate committee on and upon the Mon ana election case rabmitted today by The majority report gives at the outlet the circumstances BUT rounding the election of Sann and Power by the Iron or republican composed of half the members of the senate and the re publican claimirg to be and of Maginnas and llark by the courthouse composed of half the eenate and demo cratic representatives to be None of the had their ilection called in but there were two sets of five representatives Silver Bow county claiming to te One of these sets elected with wentyflve other republicans and eight enators voted for Sannden and Power he other set with twentyfour other and eight voted for tsginnas and The there turned upon the question which of hese two seta of five persons enti led to sit in the house of representatives rom Silver Bow It is not claimed that there was any adjudication f the house itself affirming or denying euch To determine this lie report the committee have been ed to consider three which in their disposes of the whole OBDKKBD TO Brotawhswd BoMvB Step March 24 carpenters at work on the Bjston Players Club grounds were ordered to quit this after noon by the Carpenters Uiian Accord ing to a delegate the federation of labor had been given to understand that in payment for their endorsement the Bro therhood would let contracts only to msh contractor who would agree to employ union pay union and en force union hours It is asserted that not only had the Brotherhood of Boston failed to conform to the require ment of the but the brotherhood managers of other cities had practical ignored in placing their the endorsement of the organizations and the wishes of the Carpenters THE OHIO Tae Bltuttra Along Klvwr SmrtvM A March ten oclock this morning the Ohio river measured Sftyeix feet and ten and was ris ing at the rate of two inches an ith a cloudy sky and mild The outlook for more rain pule the mast serious aspect on affairs along this The river is rising at all points below Goods have been re moved from stores along the river front and are and the first floors in many will BOOU be in vaded by the Many families in tenement and cottages along the river front will be compelled to go into the upper stories or vacate their quarters All railroads have been compelled to abandon tha Cen tral union depot and to establish temporary depots at such points which can be Railroad freight traffic is greatly and on some roads must ctase today within the city limits Covington and Newport are cut off from the city limits now so far as street car traffic is Ferries are also obliged to as they cannot find land ing Two men and a boy were drowned back of Covington by the cap siring of a Newport suffers more than any other suburb by the high wa Quito a large district is already flooded and are compelled to vacate their Taa FLOOD BTOBIDIHG AT March have fallen two and a half feet since last mid the water falling at all from Pittsbnrg to the all danger of a disastrous flood The damage done by high water is Colonel military secre tary to Governor Hill today served Sheriff Flack with notifying him of the preferred against him by the attorney He also served with notice from the governor requiring him to show cause why he should not be removed from Taw JofcB Naw March suit of the Metropolitan Exhibition company against John fer injunction to restrain the defendant from playing base far before Judge Law rence in the supreme court The decision but the judge in timated that he would follow the action of Justices OBrien and it being conceded that all testimony had beea produced before Judge March 84 Har rison and part llock tertained by Gov Bullock today aad tonight were tendered reception at the To aaortow they go to Chattanoogo to look over the battle fields in that Match from the committee mnartMl to the house a resolution tag the fair bfll a eata for immediately the teadiag of tat the pte quanioa to be ordered four BTOHI The preaident today ant to the aw the following United mttoreey for North Major to fw lieutenant colonel acd NEW March the Me inquiry to day more testimony heard regarding the Pri vate Banf ord of the testified he knew Fireman Walker in the Washing ton navy yard under the name of MeOaUaa conned offered in evidence record in Washington showing kirn to be a bad character Oaring the pendency of the trial for one Proby aUpped ban and en Surgeon Herndon testified no men enffered in health during the from eoaukftsaaat in The remainder of the proceedings of in tjujrywffl be Xaw March immigration after in returned to onirht inland is favored by the committee for an immigrant March W the weB known was nominated for inayor by the democratic convention The some eaematittae oa public I rtertryiag janhai taUroad SSrTmofcns TsrT en attack of March Boding aad Union today mat ike ItaoMe wanedomofvetterday a reteof ini IE SUITE Which of the two or cf members claiming to sit for the of Silver Bow had credentials rom the officer or board entitled to caa the vote and declare the result 2 If one group of five had the lawful but the other group were in act which was legally entitled o sit in the house at its original organi ation and remain and take part in all ubeequent proceedings until the house tself nad adjudicated their there ting in existence two each claiming to be the true house 3 la there evidence which warrants ie senate in finding that the percons ho bad the credentials were not in fact uly tltcted A to the first had the awful credentialsthe committee show hat R Monteath and William hompecn presented credentials from the tate Canvassing Board of their right to a as members from Silver Biw county they took in the organization of the rorj Hill jr Republican House of Rsp and remained members of that body until after Messrs Blunders nd Power were elected Tho mas Dos Job Giliigan and Joseph H jgan eld certificates of election from the lerk of Silver Bow took part in 10 organization of the court house or lemocratic House of Representatives nd remained members until after the election of Maginnis and Clark After reviewing antect dent legislation an the subject of the includ ng the enabling act of the or dinances passed by the constitutional convention and the provisions of the eld erritorial the majority cnncluded tiat the territorial law providing that the county clerk shall issue certificates f election to representatives of the leg lature was superseded by the ordinance f the constitutional which mpofied that duty upon the state board f and to hold that Bray and his four associates who went to the ron Hall with the of the tate board that they were duly elected rom Silver Bow had the lawful creden tisls Upon the question cf which has been raised in connection with the the committee here say It will appear that it is necessary to decide this question for the purposes of the present We for hereafter that the certificates of the stats oard declared the true will and choice of the peoDle as expressed by a majority of the actually and lawfully cast the matter been discussed it is proper to say that we are unable to see any distinction in principle between the case of a person claiming title to a it in an assembly whose character is disputed by some other and in an assembly whose character is undisputed But we think the credentials of the five from Silver Bow are ully supported by the of the elec as they are disclosed to us by the admissions of both and by the un disputed and uncontrolled evidence aken in judicial taken in Montana and laid before ui by lark and The whole inquiry upon the honesty and fairness of the election in precinct thirtyfour of Silver Bow conn The in relation to the canvassing of the of that pre cinct a camp on the line of the Bntte and Gallatin railroad in process of con are set forth in from which the majority conclude that the itate board of canvassers did their duty required by But they also think that the election held at precinct thirty four in fact illegal and fraudulent and that this from the and from the undisputed furnished by Maginnis and The whole history the majority that the pro ceeding at precinct thirtyfour hal no relation whatever to the real will of duly qualified but ficti pretended and without either in fora or The copy of the pen Bat before the committee that the of precinct thirty four voted in alphabetical to the nujpritv conclusive evi dence that the whole proceeding waa could the majority say it ia their be diametrically oppo tito to teat sought by really offering a premium on The minority report that the true legislature of Montana the sen ate and home which atat at the court home ia Helena and was recognfred by the Neither house nor BUB bers which met in Iron hall and elected Baunden aad were ever rtcDgaised by the Nor there pretended election of senators ever certified to by The evidence proved also that five who acted as mem of the home of representatives in the Iron hall were not elected by the people of Silver Bow whom they claimed to They only had certificates of The five reali elected by the holding sat and voted in the legislature a the court Tbe United tea the in such a case be fore Sykes Spencer from Alabama passed over any of certificates and ascertained who were actually The from the made bv the clerk on the 31st of Octo under the law aad made by the canvassing board and clerk in the 7th of both show very dearly that the five per who acted in the Iron hall repre were not elected by the peo ple of Silver Bow The territo ial board of on the fourth of issued to five ersons not elected by throwing out the rote of precinct which has given a arge majority to the democratic candi this act of the board was done without any right or They had the full of the true vote of he county before Being repub and anxious to seive their jarty in what they thought to an they refused 0 count the real vote of the ieople and certified to the election of the Td persons not in hope and with he expectation that these spurious rep eeentativet might in the same way vote or of their own political faith for the United States The majority report signed by aT he republican of the commit eo and the minority report by the demo Slou city Drag Siocx March 24 Proiecn icna were instituted Saturday against oma of the leading drag stores of the 1 y for violation of the liquor The of imationa were filed by who has taken umbrage because e was of attempting to black mail the In an interview he lys he will file information against all IB drag the and order lea ue having failed in iis attempt to in ict druggists and liquor j ints it has ntered on a new campaign by the in unction The attorney of the aw and order league today prepared seventyfive search warrants There are ver one hundred and twenty five illicit ram shops in the besides innumer boot Many of the drug torea are openly violating the prohibi ory and pharmacy March 24 look ne over the ruins of Fridays the barred remains of three persons were ound last The bodies were iden fied as those of Jones and N ays and who arrived here from Arkansas Friday and took rooms in the uilding that was The majority further car that the can vaasof the of the precinct not public within the of the law that fortyeight voted at thirty and 1M voted at precinct twenty six or more than esough to have changed the result in an the deputed if all the republican at both IMV precincie wen cssw ug tied In conchuion the majority diacnat two not elect eaaatisn ox euggestioaa that were One it thattiw having failed to reoogaiae ttta no lenl exieteaee aad therefore could the without datte and oppoeed to the plain BghtaaBd dntiea of the that the coi ahomldrennthe ease beektothepeo pleot order to teach The Majority March terrific cyclone struck Eilgemore at four oclock eturday killing one wounding a number of per and wrecking a large amount of James a was aught among the falling of a house and crushed almost beyond recog Thomas a negro team wu badly cut on the head and had an Henry wis so eriously hurt about the head and neck at he will probably Seven or ght were but none of them thote The oof of the Carolina and North rn railroad depot was lifted off like so much paper and dropped half a mile way on an unoccupied Robia on Bro establishment and Dickeye drug store were totally The ew Baptist church was and he a two story structure ad Dining it on the wrecked by the ailing walls of tha Fourteen eiidences were demolished and many uns and smaller buildings ences were bown chimneys roke and half the shade trees in the Heavy losses are also re orted from the country around Ejge FDBT OF TOT March par culars of storm indicate hat the fury of the cyclone was princi ally felt in where much dam age was Ida R chard a on was illed by a fallicg Two antes were fatally nd many persons badly braised and The railroad bridge over Broad ver at Hhelton was blown off the piers nd completely demolished An nn nown man standing on the bridge wat arried In Chester conniy the irnado did At Black ock one woman and several children fatally injured In city a score convicts at the state penitentiary nar owly escaped death by the immense entilating roof being blown It is iported that the town of Prosperity has ten swept but as the wires are own nothing can be but it is eared that immense damage has been one A special from Camden last ight stated that the cyclone stiuok a ousei killing who as in the act of giving medicine to her March 24 even dg a boiler in the saw mill owned by near demolishing the mill and kill ng J hn Dennis and Frank mill and seriously wounding R J who will probably William John McCauley and William Sullivan were slightly cause of the accident is Big March and of the Stout stock farm re used for a not yet year sired by Nutwood and out of So Nutwood a record of nd So So of Ibt TstaTT March court martial or the trial of Lieutenant Steele charged with harsh treatment of Private reassembled this Lieutenant iteele took the stand in own defense and after relating the story of en counter with printed Captain superior testi fied to BteeleB bearing toward the men under caefc All Das March dropped unannounced into let ffice of State Treasurer Twombly Satur loy and asked permission to count the It is made the duty of the execu tive to perform this task at least four each The and cash were found to balance to a The tate had cash on hand to the amount of 3 980 96 cash on deposit on Das Moines 406 72 debenture 5 500 agric college nmrt Change of monthly IT hot are cured by Free samples at Wittes drrut store Wreakea ky njennaeesl March misplaced on the Louisville and Nashville row in city caused the wreck of en freight can and the death of two colored injuring several nees aad hysteria are cured by files Free at dnur store Naw March batch of deputy aad exWarden of Ludlow street indicted by grand jury for ataUeassnoi ia were in court Kick entered a plea of not Tie our complexion powder la Ike world ii without wiraeot injury to without doubt a Jeata March M Me proprietor of the and aa employee of the killed each other early Jealously to rappoead to have March aortaboaad tteaoaBaD traia oa the Joniavffle aad HaaMUa raflroad ram into a mwplaoad twitch at at wreeUagatv can i both col aad injuring amral otaie people damaging the Th freight can wan aOei elsar Col MOTH CiiOLHi HuHCUE C1Q3D 10GB fostering and ameli orating the condition of the poor dis ia defended the icneme without to the im perial tax While the thirtythree million pounds advanced under the bill with tan million of the Ash Ibanrre would establish a perpetual I fMd from which the future of I might be One Tewa Beported Sweat Away Gladstone aid the scheme wsecer Many Penans died and lajared Tefegraah JtowaA saw Blewa he Strike at March The dock Iv jrers have again struck The em decline to enter into any nego ationa with the men and a deadlock as The position in OBRMAK APPOINrMBHTS March 24 emperor has ppoinied Count now gov rnor of Hesse Prussian minister f the interior one of the of the National Liberal minister of finance Bamn minis of and General voa der oltz miaister of public TARIVF March The minister of for ign affairs informed the deputation the Paris chamber of commerce to ay that the French government arefully observing the progress of the egislation relating to the tariff at Wash ngton and would do whatever it could in the interest of French manufacturers and tainly very complicated and wan due to Balfonr for the obvious he had taken in Itwupre ht to the desires involved in the of the The bill puaed first KUtetai in March Kilrafa a telegram from he He states he wUl not be sent to but will IVllLUND DEAl i KB aBUXHH DEVELOPED AT BiVEI IQWl A rroatiaeat Doctor Arrested for Cite iaal MalaractlceThe Story of a Bcantifal Birl Wroaged aad to Tan March 24 larg est sensation of the season de veloped here today in connection moved This will be Interesting news to the citinm of the three mentioned wad perhaps to cne railroad Tour comspondent U wiihoufvduchingforit spend hia two months with m COMecnon caarles at I emta young woman named where Kilrain fought it I Clara for U purchased Eilraini re1 many years a prominent physician and ease under the contract leasing system leasing system sis rixa AT MILTON KeW BBlMlBce 8 Special to Much A most Jisasieroug fire visited this little city three oclock Sunday morning and despite a fight on the part cf the citizens and tha Eeokuk fire depart ton new frame business houses situated west of the city hall were re duced to ahes in a short Two negroes who had been on a coon hunt returned to Hamilton about three oclock in the morning and discovered that Deoers store room was all they succeeded in breaking in the doer and roused Deoer and hes family who re side n the second story if thtir building The flames spread rapidly and the fire department from K could do noth ing on account of the lack of In an hours time the following peo ple had been burned out with estimated losses Becker MOD in barber shop and fix 1100 no Building owned by no building and in eluding general Insurec for about Jacksons 1300 no insur A McArthurs no Jackson Herolda insured for 13 C loss 200 insured for about Two huildinpt of P loss about or insured for about Clara loss of no Versteeg of oat a stock of boots and shoes worth partly Worster lost a stock of dry worth no insur J I Hunt lost a stock of harness worth 500 insured for about Gray in the pea office lost stock of wall worth COO partly W E Gathia lost goods to the amount of 1500 partly The loss of post office is not but thought to be between 1800 and The furniture aad fixtures of the and Sons of Veterans societies were burned at a loss of not less than 2 000 partly The total loss is thought to ba not far from 30 000 to 40 000 not hair of which is crveied by Opinions differ as to the cause of the now at the head of the eclectic school of this state ita has been ar ested and jiilad on the charge of mur der in the guise of criminal Bail has been demanded in the sum of five thousand dollars and are slow about furnishing though pri soner connected with some of the fore most families of the About two years ago a prominent lady of place saw tha Clara Mat at the Barker Sha was employed there as mine and general house assistant and her fine appearance won the heart of this inasmuch that she persuaded the girl to come here with her to take charge of her She did It wu one of most aristocratic homes in the none other than that of Vice President of the Rock bland but he managed it to the aatiafac tion of the She waa always perfectly proper in her conduct till about aix months Then she met a young His name is Nathan Frankel and he belongs tn a wealthy family in he holds a responsible position in a Clara Matthews completely lost her heart to h gave him her con and allowed him to take advant age of her affection in a manner that re sulted in trouble of the most aeiious The young man wae arrested and brought here for trUl but settled tha matter with the girl he had wronged for the sum cf a hundred and fifty dollars She lost her comfuraUs place and waa employed at a hatel lor a short About the middle of she she called upon Reid and desired him to remove the evidences cf her dis grace fie took seventy dollars from she upon her death and granted her Serious illness was the A physician waa Cilltd and she grew better for a Then she became woree and a consultation of phy sicians save her no hope She tele graphed her faithless lover to come to ner side in her last moments when she waa dying in agony among but he responded that he had settled with her and her atorneya and wanted to hear nothing more from Sunday noon she died the left an ante mortem state given under which posit hargts thecriminal oparaticn upjn He positively refuses l iruKe any He waives examination and will be bound over to the grand The offense ia murder in the second degree and the penalty is impris onment for ten years aad thence on up 31OBB AT WOMANS gatumMs wlifc Keneeae March Nellie a colored woman of be ame angry with her fifteenyearold adopted daughter because of some trivial ct of and while the child as asleep in a Nellie saturated er clothing with kerosene oil and set fire to The girl horribly nrned from head to and died from ke of The woman her injuries in an in jail and expresses no A PreawetUeai Totm Am idea lead March the odsy the home in eply to a question by Libouchere de nied that Inspector Jatvis had ever gone into business at Dal near for the purpose f gleaning evidence to be placed before the ParneU Balfour introduced a bill for the pur chase of land in Ireland aad for the inv irovement of the poorer and more cou nted The bill also provides or the establishment of an Irish land department Balfour in proposing the formation of the land de that there are now no fewer than five for he valuation aad sale of The bfll proposed the amalgama tion of these into one Regarding the ought the land purchase bill to be compulsory the government Compulsion should be used moat Ironical Irish cheers But when justified by necessity it should be applied If they compelled the to sell they aunt force the to The moat eognant reason againtt compulsioa that they could not make a bfll compulsorywithout apply ing it to thewhoto of Thegov enment saw no pouib lity of immediate consummation of aa enormous Dr of Aflalr Special to MOULTON March 24 residence of J of this rocked and fired into Sunday morning about The shooting and throw ing was on the east tide of the presumably from the Two were one bullet passing through the east parlor breaking a slot off the shutter and burying itself in the opposite One ball passed through the side of the struck a picture frame and fell to the Quite a num ber of were The only OCCD pints of the house were the old Smith and The ruffians left no trace behind them It thought the cowardly act was the work of some drunken toughs from the who could think of nothing else that mean and cowardly enough for them to attempt The earth should open up and swallow such disgraceful of Monlton has already suffered enough from this class of people Her reputntion abroad is now as bad as that of Missouri in the days of the James Monlton not deserve inch a hard The fact of the matter there not a more quiet and peaceable class of people in Iowa than there in MurdyTipton hsa been so com mented upon and exaggerated that those most acquainted with facts in case can hardly the affair to commented upon in the The story of the MnrdyTiptnn shoot ing as it appers in the Chicago Tribune about near the truth of the matter as brown is to being The several of shooting at instanced in the Tribune and charged to the Mnrdy and Tipton prejudice ia Monlton were mostly done in the country and one caw even in Monlton is not respon sible for all the meaness done in Nor there any such a Mtud or aatiMurdy feeling existing ia this Information comes that the dead to a life from the west girli name is Clara and that she is oloiely related to Prosecuting Attorney Sugg of She herself claimed that her parents are but it is learn ed that eke has nlaives and in Colorado Their namea are now The friends of the unfortunate woman in this city will see that she has appropriate JOINT and H P of the Chippewa House at Baalt Sie eaiahewOl never forget Cameron aad ale which every summer for many yean made house their stopping place when en route to their fronting were four of including old aad they were all They were bighearted spleadid and ever alert f or i practical j If tha burning of my hotel would nave served their purpose ia carrying out any humorous they would not have hesitated a minute in applying the and then settling the bill like One morning one of the party being in his room espied some choice young chickens in the adjoining and desiring to secure some of them procured some corn and commenced angling for them from the la pulling ia the fifth the lady of the being attracted by the pitiful cama into the yard to see what on the matter withher She got there just in time to observe the fowl fishing angler when he was reeling in the struggling dies this mean now the angered Beg but we are out of spring chickens and must What are they worth I charge fifty when I deliver but when they are stolen with hook sad line one u my pries A fiva dollar flattered in the air ami dropped at the ladys At that prompt settlement she looked up at the crestfallen chicken and with a sunny smile overspreading her face she aaid D you wish to do any more fish ing iu my back yard this morning Not at a dollar a head I assure you The bopraerang had this time re coiled heavily npen the practical J They perpetrated a joke upon cnatioujd which waa amus ing aa it waa The four were stated on The front of the hotel one delightul morning diacuasino var iuua discovering my wifo at tha window just over one of then 8BT8 How much did Smith loss At pcker last evenivg At tha mention of my coupled with my woman was eager to bear story t an and so became au attectivo Ho lost four hundred said Non still another he lost five hundred if he lost a The infor fatioa coming to my as she thought without knowledge of the gentltmin unduly mciteil for she an utter abhorrence of all and of course she sought cne at once and gave me a lecture I havent forgot ten to this All I could say or do would not satisfy her as to my innocence of the grave 3he clung to it that fuch gentleman would not falsify abput It cost a magnificent seal skin clnnk to bribe my wife to silence on thu The joking anglers neves let up on and two years when O moron came up from Pcvoskey to have a over the halcyon days of the he refreshed my memory with the poker A Bill Prepared fey BaUroaa COM of t DBS March Bath houes were in session only about half an hour this In the aenate the ways and committee reported on re and expenditures of the past half year and eitimated the and expenditures for the next biennial f Special to THB H DES March The senate appropriation committee decided to rec ommend about aa fol lows Boys Industrial noO Pleaaint Clarioda 8170 COO Agricultural Indtpandence 9WOOO Feeble minded soldiers 135 000 nnrmul 154 000 orphans ISO 000 penl tbnuity at in CNO peni tentiary at girls in dustrial aad dumb MO 000 0 0 for the Algonanormal Utate Benedict home and the impovtng of the capitol It is estimated that the univer sity will receive about onehalf the amount which was The year ending receipts for the March were half transaction aa a compuliory transfer of the whole land of Inland frost the exiiting to the existing occa Ought they te throw any risk upon the British tax payer The government answered aa Still British under perfectly cnre auut be In deal ing with the qnattioaof to ten to enable then to town to think ia fact there no hard feeling at all among the of Monlton not oc cupied by a art of bat suffered from exaggerated and lying re made by Come aad says I have and it ia and Teotto from nuIarUI where thr drioktnr water wai 1 believe it to be neflcial in preventingsu Timer a to one of tie bett aieou notify he bad of iswdrlnkicg water upon the aldatyi and ity of text books aad asking a change the exemption it decided ai gainit the advancing of more tkaa twenty meaa iagreat which had baea deducted the local BOW paid by the Bslfonr then weat on at great length to explain the scheme of tha security the autter being very The bCiinamrge ia the Aahboume aad with requir ing Mcarity for After elaborate flaaadal how the imperial exchequer waa sacared against Battoar atid it iBpoaubla aaVisa there wan a rapetttioa of ike faadaa of 1848 that gnanaicei tke March The school Svedaltotaa board rccantly re elected Ray to the poaitioaof superintendent of our city at a salary of He declined the offer having bought a half interest in the Grinaen Herald and win take new work at aooa the cloae ia I have seen who have sacri ficed health and com aave awaqr to edu fort lathe cateaad appean effort to 061027 bal ance on including balance over from the preceding six months and leaving an actual debt of 134 Ii is estimated that the receipts on the basis of a two mill tax levy will be during the next biennial and the ordinary 12 leaving a surplus of 8711 500 Bat this will be decreased by and the present indebtedness to A number of petitions were presented in the asking for the retention of the prohibition law reform in school The bills introduced were To provide For insurance to cities of without loss to provide for contract for and purchtse of school text books to protect laborers and miners and mines to fix compensation for road Ad Ia the house the majority of presented were in favor of state unifor mil in the exemp A joint resolution providing for the rmubmisiion of the question of prohibi tion to the people by of a consti tutional amendment was presented one asking for reform in the monetary of the DBS MOIHX8 Special to Tax DM If March the appropriation committee A Rothert and Louis Weinstein appeared in behalf of the institution for the deaf and dumb W Moir and Meyers for Eldora reform school J Mitchell Corry and Getch for tha Mitehellville reform school Warden Barr and Master Mechanic Slew art for the Ananna Ward en Crosley was unable to so he a commnaicatioa to the The senate committee on de cided to report favorably on Finns sub stitute for the school book bilL The senate labor comoittee prepared a favor able report on the bill to require weekly payment of The home rail road committee heard arguments agaiait the proposed legislation requiring safety appliances on The were general manager of the aad of the Buriingtoa aad Ihey eaid they could not ponioiy the appliances ia the tine specified by the bfll but both were ia favor of safety and would put them ia fast Theaamato jodidary committee decided to report favorably on the bfll requiring aU private end engaged ia Oskaloosa The vote in the Iowa house favoring uniform tjxt books is stirring the ttate up in a way that shows the keen interest everybody has in the work of the public AU that should be done la the simple measure rf putting in the of the school boards toe right to buy free text and then to let the mat ter rest State uniformity a and can only be in the interest f the publisher who gets the SMOOTH AH BatBUn BMtwmatwr Wmrtfe their Lyigaoredby their la retura for it girl taunt that fromtaecnkneto the Itla a gnat adatortaae waea r of a must be a Saturday nfght about twelve oclock people living in tha rear of Aa Boston heard unusual sounds proceeding from that direction and went out with a light to discover the The noise ceased and no one wu to be seen so the people retired but were aroused again about one oclock by the same but time they did not get up to in When the proprietors visited the store Sunday morning to see that aQ right they found that all was It waa discovered that bad broken opea the wooden shutters and pried up the window which gave them to the gallery in the rear of the From there the robbers had gone up to the froat where the fine were kept aad had possessed themselves of fifteen of the fluent Of these three were colored and the remainder Two large russet leather valises were taken from the show window aad about takes from the cash Having mada their of the the robbers carried their booty back to the gallery where the wem removed and the pecked lathe valises from the wrappers the unfor tunate are able to figure up the exact amount of their aa the stock of had beea bat and the amount remaining of each bolt had beea marked upon tha Silk into money very fatt Witt be ia when it ii stated that the lose fraa the fifteen of silk alone Aiyetaocluewhatevar to the aaaowaa Neighboring I baea notified by telegraph far aiabedwitka deicriptioa of the stoto the taste ia to be examined the rporated The eeaunittee om public health wfil report favorably oa Bogles rtgulat iag the practice of afectiacaftaepoarlaw be bam asfe that the Omaha and Dutata nBwajrwJB the MOwaukee aad ikoa CUeago aad Horthweaura ai Bfn Beatz ft Boaa era earfatarf a be pitied in baiag the of tafc are not aa bed t were i bedof aqaaatityof ai valaatoi tjwtowawiU be wml   

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