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   Burlington Hawk-Eye (Newspaper) - April 11, 1890, Burlington, Iowa                                THE N HAWK PEEDAT APRIL Pwcx li Ctons rat HE lOHURi COKTERED ELECTM HILL BEHtB The laval Appropriation Bill the BonaeBq ranatative Randalls Condttfen Washington April the petitions presentea to the senate and n femd war one from the board of trade agaiast the pro posed duty on lead Among bills reported from committees and placed on the calendar were the fol lowing Senate bill 000 for the improvement of tbe Columbia Oregon house bill to aid vessels disabled in waters coterminons to the United States and Canada senate bill to revive the grade of lieutenantgeneral of the The Montana election case wss again taken up and Call addressed the senate iu opposition to the report of the mtjor Uy ot the declaring the two republican Binders aad entitled upon the merits of the case to seats in the senate from Al tbe conclusion of Calls speech Hoar spoke in support of the majority report Grey replied to a member of the committee on privileges and then address ed the He regarded the question not from a partisan point of but as a question of on the proper determi nation Of which depended the orderly be havior of the senate in tbe The question was whether Montana should be allowed to select her own representa A good many senators on hie side of the chamber including himself thought certain states had not been rep resented in the senate according to the will of their He was not insen sible to the great wrong inflicted on the people of those He held the only thing to be determined was whether Montana bad spcken through ita legisla tures if it then waa no author ity ia the senate to revise that or to art it What he asked was the controversy in the case It wa whether or not the five men who had sat in the Iron Hall legislature wen en titled to seats in that If it was not then then was no controversy st If they wen then it was the rightful house aad the joint Hsaemlly that elected the republican claimants was the rightful aad only Joint Assembly ot But the senate had in the Turple that the legislature of Indiana had to decide for itself who were entitled to a aeat in that Although then might have been the grossest outrage committed in ad mitting the men to the senate held in that cast that it had no right of The righting of that wrong waa not entrusted to the senate of tbt United but to the people of In Then was no legal distinction between the If the senate should ever procoed to make itself the in Vesligatcr of elections all over the country then would be an end of 3ts If the senate were to ex tercise power in this the senate i would have no excuse for not exercising U in the case of senatorial elections in the several southern Tnrpie said in the Indiana cane the legislature itself pasaed judicially upon the contested whereas the legislature in Montana had not passed judicially wn the contested seats from Silver Bow If it had done so then would have been no dispute in this case Sherman said he found all the sufficiently atated in the minority report to control bis judgment He said it was apparent therefrom that to the five zepmentatives from Silver Bow neither set had certificates according to The senate of Montana was a tie and in the house wen twentyfive repub lioans and twentyfour democntic men ben whose rights to seats was not in question There was therefore a repub lican majority on ballot if the contest over the Silver BJW county had come to be decided by the house there wai a majority in the republican side by which the republican contestant oould have been These simple he th contained all the ele moQiH of a just decision in the unit showed the republican claimants for eeais in the senate had a majority on joint ballot and had a majority in the nouiio without any reference to the mem beifl from Silver Bow aome debate between Edmunds and Sherman atked the latter whether twentyfive republicans did not constitute a majority of that Eustis admitted twentyfive wen more than twentyfour but he added that twentyfive did not make a quotum and that in the nonititu tional meaning twentyfive was not a larger number than The quorum was He went on to relate some matters within his own experience of returning board measures in his and also referred to the seating of Pitt Kallogg in the sen ate of the United and said with that act on the part of the republican party befon hia Uien waa notning left to excite his sur ptiae in regard to any contested election The debate drifted again in the direction of the Turpie and Voor hees went on to state the facia in con uection with The question having been proposed by Kenna as to whether forty senators with unquestioned creden tials fortytwo being a quorum could go to work and organise and pass upon tbe credentials of the other whose titlei were Hoar said he would like to think over it a little befon imdartakinK to it That Kenna the question thatteeaented itself in the Montana Partial response to the question wen made by several tors atut Kenna said none of them straight to the April his prayer this ttoning tbe chaplain made a feeliag Allusion to the illness of Representative The Bouse went into ocas mines of whole on the navel appro Peten saoved to strike out the sa tin eleuse for the iacrsssa of ths Hebalievadths United Hates had SK j1 tllisllliishljisBBflpnaasassflall crulssssttat it Canaan said bs did not appropriation for SB laensas of ths They knew thto pnpantion for warfan was aa indication of war with foreign After further debate Holman moved out the paragraph providing for three battle but leaving in the prjviaion for the armed croiser agreed to of offered an amendment providing for three low free board coast aad harbor defense veaseli of the Monitor at a coat not to ex ceed each Peters then withdrew hia motion to strike oat fas entin The bill was then favorably reported to the but no Baal action was taken and the WAaBiKoros HBWB tate April house commiue on Pacific railroads entered upon the formal consideration of the senate bill providing for the settlement nf the government indebtedness of the Union and Central Pacific railroad com Tbe first five sections covering he case of the Union Pacific company wen approved with a few the moat important of which ia tha one re ducing from 3 per cent to H per cent the nterest to be paid by tile company upon binds falling due during the next five Provisions wen or capitalizing the difference between the li per cent rate and the full 3 per cent rate for five so that the effect of the change ia to reduce the amount of payments for a but to make the laal payments heavy enough to cover he The committee also truck out the fourth section of tbe lause relating to the government guar antee of BANDALLS Representative Randall continues to grow weaker and The end ia ear but no one can tell how much ongerhemay be able to continue the truggle for An hour may witness is demise or he may live for several Thto evening Handalls strength offered another depletion and he is weaker than in the At mid he was resting UBTJT STXBLB FOUND It to announced at the war department oday that the court martial which tried Bteele at Chicago for conduct nn jecoming an officer and a gentleman in triking Private found him guilty and sentenced him to be nd to be confined within the limits of tis post for a period of three he proceedings and findings of the ourt wen by General Bchofleld and he will issue an order this afternoon pub cly reprimanding This rill be the final disposition of the BLAMES The reciprocity amendment to tbe tariff bill suggested by Elaine to the ommittee on ways and means to as fol own That the president of the United States bv declare the ports f the States free to all the pro nets of any nation of the American emhphen upon which no export duties an whenever and so long as uch nation shall admit to ita ports free f all munici and other cornmeal and ther breadstuff s preserved fgetables and rice and other pro including all articles of food including furniture and all other articles of wood agricultural imple ents and mining steel railway atreet n tued and auch other fabrics id products of the United States as may M agreed upon that his concession shall apply only to mer htadise transported in vessels con tracted in American TKX CHOP Tie condition of winter wheat on the st of April as reported by the statit iciai of tbe department of agriculture averages 81 for the entire The general average for rye wu 82 In the tales of the central valleys renent frosts ut down the growing wheat plants quite and in the wet or submerged reaa the roots have been here an reports of recuperation by and nnewed growth in this n The Pacific coast had an extraor inary amount of rain and snow which seeding and injured the early own The avenges of the condi ion of the principal states are fs fol ows New York Pennsylvania Ohio Michigan Illinois Missouri Kansas California leport of the condition of farm animals the averages as follows 911 93 7 95 6 he percentage of losses of larm animals iy winter exposure or otherwise estimated for horses 3 64 or cattle for and for The reports indicate a loss by xpoanre throughout the country of ion than a million cattle and still larger oeaea of CDLLOKS AJJTI POLYGAMY Sanator Cullom today introduced a bill amending the revised statutes in ref rencs to The bill provides hat no parson living ia what is known plural or celestial or whi or encourages any per on to enter into or who is a member of any organization which en courages or any penon win as ists in the solemnization of the cere mony of any such shall servo as or be elected to or hold any civil office in the territory of HABKIBON WILL REVIEW THB TBOOF8 At the nview of render troops and the District National Guard to orderedfor the especial benefit of the deleitatea of tha PanAmerican President Harrison will be the nviewing Thto will be the irat time since the war that a president has officially reviewed the troops by virtue of his office as commanoerin UBTJTBBADT PADDOCKS First Lieutenant of the Fifth was recently tried by courtmartial at Fort Kan on a charge of having duplicated hto pay The record of the pro ceedings and findings in the base has been actedupon by the nviewing of the war department and the bean submitted to tha pnsideit for Ittoassamsd from that the court fonad tha officer uftfrof aad missal from the oouBTamm Ths chief of ths secret aaivice formed of the arrest at of George aad WillJ DomUfor pawing counterfeit tonal bank notes of a PRAYED II6I OLD THE II TEE EfAIBELICiL CM FEBEICE AT Biahop Etchers FaetfoaForm a Sepa rate Meeting aad Transsct Basiaeas Ackley April meeting of te Illinois conference of the German Evangelical church which opened thia morning ia Sheffield Avenue church was ningnratedas with a lisbop who was regularly as gaadto preside over the was oa head early with his supporters since hia appointment he as been deposed from the office of ishop by the trial Secretary tamm announced that he would open hai i aad sasaas eosasslttea by whkh BUlwfflha eslveatoalKMrd of trade acai oat the pro poaed duty lead OMI JSXBOf ia thacsarteaf fl ttictforwiatstioaaaf ths Hatted KwU flMVlOsl JkVVs te wans sffl fsulass jii nnssfflasa sad ad the At the request of the trua of the church the opening exercises wen held with closed and Either was he not being recognized the confereoca as either biahop or Byera was selected as temporary After devotional irvices there wss considerable equab liag between the friends and opponents of Finally Gaeeslo and emmell called out for members of the linois conference to withdraw to the ftaeonsin street In response lirtytwo ministers leaving bout seventy in After a little ormal business those left took a ncass until at which time de votional exercises wen held and ad journ ent had until The seceeders organized at fha Wis Street church in the afternoon aad Klfrink made a motion that a notice be sent to preachers in the ther faction that if they desired to join the real and only conference they would e given until two oclock tomorrow to o after which time all remaining out would be expelled from the iahop Etcher made a statement of the see from his pointing out that at the first trial he wai cquitted of the charges brought rainat but that the Penn rlvania conference took the matter p He had received no vidence of an official character that he tad been and he still claimed he right to preside at the Illinois con from which they had been riven cut A telegram from Bishop at announced tat the bolters there were making a espente opposition to but that he was holding the fort This was re ceived with Resolutions prepared by tollman wen unanimously hey sustain Bishops Eicher and Bow man and condemn the action of the op ting faction to form an illegal organ ration Tha socalled rials of Ejcher and Bowman were de ared to be contrary to the directions of iscipline and therefore null and he conference district was divided into wo presiding elder and of Peoria and of were elected presiding At the afternoon session of the Shef eld avenue conference the wss noticeably absent the scher faction having suited out a writ f replevin to ncover the records of the and had a constable to serve but Byen and the records were not in ght THB ACKLVY pedal to Tan April the Iowa onference of the German Eangelical association embraces all the Ger man churches in the began its sss oa this moraine an effort was made to revent Bishop Bowman frcm presiding wing to the charges Oaly even of eighty members present voted favor of such a The bishop uspended a number of ministers for leir conduct but when the conference went into executive session Henn id Sageschuth retracted what they had aid and were ones and Belger refused and were sus 3ended from ministerial office one IN CTRKNO ipreeelve the Center Latter Dav pedal to the April forenoon xerciaea of the Litter Day Bainta were f a most solemn and impressive char a c several unknown tongues were xken and interpreted and several ropheties delivered in the prayer meet the forenoon service was delivered y Elden of pon the pnshing nf the The afternoon business session wu consumed in arranging to It how finally arranged that when the con erence should apjourn it should do si to meet at April Tbey M te Tan April Bchnyler resbytery today recommended the ra ising of the confenion of faith by a ote of 24 to The discussion has been protracted and exciting Then is et much work before the The eloquent of ideared to many of our young people or the baantiful funeral sermon dejiv eni by him over the dead body of their riend Minnie preached a charac teriatically fine sermon last He sin all respects an able and eloquent COUXTBD TBBM to tike legal atepe to prevent the truateee fthe under reorganization from voting certificates in favor of continuation of the troat after KASBAB OTTCBICaGO April 10 majority of the membera of the Weatern Freight associa tion todsy voted againit the reduction f tie packing house product from Ksnsas Sty to Chicago to a twelvecent rate aa propoted by the The nevertheless announced it would make a rate and alao carry out ita propo of allowing mileage on intentate sipmentB of live SOU Oat erewiav April carpenters trike is still on aad the men an cons ent The owners of large buildings early completed an growing impatient and threaten to put contracts into new Oa the strength of this then is movement among some members of the master carpenters association to dissolve that body and allow its indivieual mem era to make what terms they see fit In uental members ot the are opposed to this MtXBM One hundred cigar rollers at tha Col mbta factory today joined the striken who went out MABBLE WOBKBBS April hours with ut s reduction in wsges has been grant d the 2200 workmen employed in the wentytwo msrble factories of here remain three firms that have not et complied with the demanda of the BAILBOAD HER April em loyes of the Midland Railroad went on strike claiming their were five months in April Alex Linzey alias Doc Pel ey and George Gibson alias je held in custody pending the further nvestigation of the cue of Jennie Mc whose mysterious death was an ounced some time All of them are olored men and have been under arrest or some their confinement having een kept The story M devel ped by the police is to the effect that le woman went to a place on State reet on the evening of March and oon afterwards left there in company ith Felkey that they went to Kngle ood and met Rice that she went with ice to a house occupied by himself and jnzay that a quarrel ensued in which ice struck the woman on the head with and seeing she did not re over he carried or ragged her to the place where she waa Thia is the police not withstanding the fact that Rice charges the murder upon with nutting ookcd for a XzelUsiK IB tha BhMU Iaiaa4 April 10 was an exciting time in the house of npreteta Ives tha democrats cime within one vote of adopting a MO license fee for the sale of beer and light The republicans thought this was done to win the GermanAmerican Dilatory i wan adopted by the some of whom came out of the state with the sheriff chasing a a democrat counted the membanin the After gnat eoafasioB tha house BAB Antfl direct ors of tae Central Pacific Railroad com paay yesterday selected for president aad for vicepnsideat naoB rAcmc April Uataa Pacific psonlshsnkaow nothing of the Wall in Preaiden m Adams said he knew nothing of it and hto cxpsriasea had taught him that than was only oas taiag to look to la lag a railroad sad that was the next When thto wss righ sverythiagsBswas right aad whaatato wsa wrong aothiacr was right The an Bflal npon of Oa Ualoa Pedlc to to bs BBBsdaboBt April Tha Xorthwest araUaioa Padfte affiance fa working Adams beUeves Jast i ss thto mast ssttle the was SJtoosd tronble ia USB of thai siagla latenst wiU to 7 ths of tha i wapes JBHNIB M ArnsiMI IB Cml BOV8H ON THB Btarac Ssdeldal Experiment Fatmtly April the arvant girl who is under arrest charged poison family in the food she named rhich resulted in the death of and ts Nawland and the dangerous illness f their two haa made a full This morning she admitted hat she put Rough on into some anned corn she was cooking for the lowlands wishing only to test U The girl said she had been etrayed sad wished to put an end to er but had no intention of illing the She ate some of le corn she but it only ide her slightly and supposing its lects would be no more serious on then she served it for Tfee Camasllsw Tariff April debate n the new tariff bill waa adjourned laat ight shortly after midnight without the of the clause concerning the in reaaed duty on live sheep and The debate will be continued te ay and there to no doubt the fight will 3 long and Freeman said he would prefer to take Secretary of State lair ea idea of which was that Cinada could only get reciprocity by ccepting political rather than tha pinion of Hill regarding the minister of denied lat there was any spirit of retaliation in le tariff SD far as the Cana ian government waa it bad c intention to reduce the As to he course which the United States was it was prompted by such peechea as were delivered by the oppo ition The object of Amen ana waa to get Canada politically allied o the United The Lvmpr April 10 long stand ing dispute between the city authorities ana the state board of live stock com issionera with regard to the disposition f lumpy jawed cattle reached a riiii thto morning when McChea a member of the came into he mayors office aad served papen pon hto honor demanding protection or the removal of sons nineteen head f cattle condemned by the city health uthrrities as from ths pea in rhich they an quarantined in the ards to Blue The city effldala inally allowed the it being the pinion of ths corporation council that t would be injudicious for the city to nterfen with the state officen ia the The health officer was seat to the stock yarda with instructions to see rhat final disposition wu being made f the mm LAID THI mm in UWBIB oBEiia n m Ike Senate Evening tffl AdjaarBaaeatBilla Passed the MOBBSA CswBty MO 000 for tha industrial home fur the adult Tha bfll ndtotrictiag districts waa amds a special order for Mil appropriating for an own exhibit at thsworlda at Chic ago was psjsed by the Tan I Oaa Both braaehes of the gsaaral assembly began work uswaest thto morning after the short dissipation of the fon part of They realised that than was little time to span and therefonthe most should be made of it Promptly at aiae oclock the gavel fell and as the chaplains had finished praying the work BOOB after tha senate was called to order tha cterknad tha following nsoln ttoabyCaldwaU That the president of the senate be instructed to appoint a sifting committee of five members to look over all the bills except approved and all bills favorably reported by auch com mittee shall be taken up in the order in which they are reported by the commit On objection to wu laid over under the Senator Weidman offend a resolution providing for evening sessions daily un til otherwise It amended to except Monday evening aad thus On motion of Senator Caldwell tha pharmacy bill was taken up aad partial ly when the special order on the liquor license bill came and the pharm acy bill was The matter up for discussion in the license bill was Finns amendment com pelling counties to provide inebiate asy lums befon issuing say liquor Senator Bolter spoke against the amend ment saying it wss not introduced in good fatth and wss intended only to kill April of disappeared Monday aad cannot ba Detectives an hen seanthiag for bat thus far have not eaa Several months ago ox went to Miquoketa and represented liiamlf to be a man of owning large estates in the west He was a huge wan aad soon had a number of suscepti ble woaen at his feet Among them was a wealthy to whom he be came and in due time the pair wen united in Tha honey moon wss happy but and one Bight while under the icflience of liquor Fox made some remarks that aroused the suspicions of his wife A few days later letter arrived from the west asking if ox was in Other rcqniries and it was finally discovered lat Fox was the husband of three from nose of whom he had been di aad that numberless bills had n left unpaid by him in various parts the It was arranged to ar rest him last but Fox got wind f tha officers purpose and He was seen here but since then evaded hia aia WITB WAB the Senator Finn said in defense of his amendment that tha opposition had not brought forward aay argument against the amendment except that it would kill the bfiL He had made it in good faith aad had adopted the sugges tion Governor Boles in making it was not just to let Dubuqne run saloons and derive the benefit there while Taylor county had to help foot tbe bills it a state inebriate asylum was Senator Dodge admired the bigheart edncas of Finn in desiring to have un fortunates cared but he doubted his Drunkenness to a disease and should be treated as It wss not the proper policy tf the state to can for inebriates any differently than it did for other It was wrong to place a state charge upon the various Senator Price was of the opinion that if the border counties insisted oa local option they shon d not look upon conn ties not being afflicted with saloons bear ing part of the expense of those that bring out all the Senator Parrott thought that because of the fsct that Schmidt had introduced a bill provining for an inebriate asylum he should favor the provision made by thto amendment Senator Kegler moved to amend by making tha erection of such asylums op After some discussion this amendment was voted down by a vote of 29 to Senator Dodge offend an amendment to the effect that these local asylums be cared for the same as other state insti Thto ia turn was voted down without The amendment by Finn was Senator of moved to amend by extending the option to towns of This amendment was adopted and then the bill came up for engrossment The roll was called and the senators voted aa follows Bay Cas Bos Per Smith of ot The Liwnaee bill was discussed all the afternoon ia the As it was presented by the npublicans then wen hopes that it would get more snppert than the Schmidt but it was lost on engrossment by a vote of 34 to As the matters aow stand license to dead in the all the bills on that subject either having been entirely de feated or indefinitely In the on tha calendar for indefinite post fifty satUiill NBW April 10 Win hrop receiver of the North River Sugar Refinery has instituted another proceeding againgt the sugar rust in which he makes all the members if the sugar refining t to asserted the trust to a copartnership aad the deed or agreement under which t wss organizad to and has been so pronounced by the Ony asks for an a receivership of all companies in trust the dissolution of the trust aad the distribution of tha The defendant held the eomplaiatwai insufficient Judge lagraham of tha su preme court special heard the ar lumeat Thedcciaionia house the bill with ncommeadatio aad as tha one for prohibition aad fortynine for bill seems as good as Daring the morning a committee from the R state encampment consist ing of Josiah William Smith aad appeared befon each house of the assembly aad presented the resolu tions adopted at the meeting that tha soldiers memorial be provided that a hospital ba provided ror the soldiers a proper place be provided for tha battle and that lags bs placed on all school April who skipped from Haw York IB January last with a disreputable womaa and afterwards passed a bogus check oa the bank at for thirty thousand was arrested hen IT a Pinkerton detective The house thto morning paasad tha following bflto To extend the provisions of the viaduct law to all cities to extend the provisions of the Una fence law to all counties of tha state lutt to pro vide for of state beaks aad to fix fees therefor to tioa of committee for alec by the respect ive houses of the aad reduce their The committee oa rsBrsssatettve dis tricts presented two DIM repub lieaaandone both makiag the basis of nmsasatsTlfia flxbif tha number of npfsassHatives 100 boat aiaety Tha only dif fersaos bstweaa tham to thaamagi of the northwastam By aa employe of the Corbia BaakiBt ecm ot Saw to said to baa to a considerable extent to that dsxaui April Bimp OB has sold ths HsBdsfsoa Canty Democrat of thto to Look Hateh to Btax City to ia April Northara Central train waadttehed aaar Stanley latt night br a tneblowm the BOM ofthailtratx IBM wen seriously hart Intioa it was decided to hold evening every sight except Moadsytill ttoscml orders CSBM op st 10 sad the fim providing that lacousties when ths township has apopalatioB of 1000 or soch township shall bs divided ap into SBpscvtoor hospital for ths tasans ResssatWUOO hospitel for thai TUssfiaxBOOBfha work nsd OB IB RIM IT IB HUTU AttessBta Made April arrival of the arlisle Marquis at was made tha occasion of aaaatitelisle Thou ands of antiCarlislers met at the sta tioa aad followed the marquis to the They smashed many windows and tried toast flntothe whenade tachmeat of troops charged sad dispersed ths Many persons wan A mob of two thousand pei Carltols club aad set fin totas fnrai Whsa ths iissMB CSBM ths mob tried to obstruct Aaotharmob tried to bora the bat was pre enttd by a detachment of roops have to disperse the constantly gathering who ave built two barricades in ths he military authorities have taken pos session of tha city aad ths whole garrison under XIBB Cedtmasi IBB VIB1M tor April incident t aa exceedingly sad natun occund in thto city Tim a far living near thto was driving t a brakeneck apeed through one of our rincipal when he was held up y the policemen for violating the city For the Iiord sake dont atop boys Tim trying to whip p hto No you dont shouted one of the fleers M he grabbed the Your riving faster than the law allows and oull have to come along and answer orit But expostulated Im in a Why dn it Shut right up and come along with your drunk and disorderly and are resisting officers of the Im not resisting Gods sake let me explain Ton can explain to the old man now ahnt up and come Bat Whack I guess youll come sid the and he and his comrade fted the limp form into if s own wagon nd drove to the police Whats the charge Drunk and disorderly and fast driv your The judge looked severely at the pris who was just beginning to have a aied comprehension of the surround Has the prisoner anything to aay With a bewildered air Tim stood to voice trembling aa he spoke I didnt mean no I was nst driving for the dont eep me My wife is dying The scene was indescribable Loud cries of Shame Shame Release im were followed by instant crowd of sympathizers was around im ia a second others bolted through the door and were instantly ack with a doctor and a fast rig Tim wss bundled in and rapidly the vehicle ped toward the little farm Tims little girl opened the Her eyes wen red with you were gone so onjf aad now its too late Tims wife wss PsseawgaatBiK te Speelal to Tna April United States revenue collector of this district has made a ruling which has A very discour aging effect upon bootleggers and those nclined to violate the state He oWs that every person having a govern ment permit to sell liquor must keep the ame posted in a conspicuous place or ba subject to a fine of fifty Will Vote scat peelal to THB April board of npervisors of Union in session hto have ordered a vote oa the uestion of removing the county seat ram Aftoa to The action has caused rejoicing la April horrible story comes from A large box was recently brought from ths interior w the port of Maztgaa for shipment When In is packed closely were the bodies of sixteen young one man and a All the victims had sen decapitated and their heeds wen The bodies wen embalmed aad had evidently been in the condition n which they wen found for a long The slaughter had to all ap the work of some who thus visited vengeance on hto harem for LITTLB April xisoning of two whole families is re torted from Browning Franklin Sixteen persons were and at latest accounts twelve were in a irecarioua condition and not expected to William Browning shot a large turkey gobler and invited the family of George Isines to dine with after partaking of the turkey all were taken It ia npposed the turkey just before being ate of some poisoned meat set for AMBBD B Naw April 10 of the creditors of Aloizo who have obtained judgments against him on some napald notes sggregating about are anxious to ascertain where he ia at in order that the sheriff may erve papers upon For the past wo or three weeks the proceis servers lave sought the ex governor in BAB April prohi bitioa party of California adopted a platform denouncing high license de nouncing the payment of state money for promoting wine making distrust of the old parties favorim ths governmental ownership of tcle rnphs sad railroads and demandin vomsn suffrage and mon rigid Bonds General Bidwell was aom for It is very important lathis age of material progress that a remedy ba pleas tat to the taste aad eaafly ac ceptable to the stomach and healthy ia its nature aad PoaseaeiBg these of Figs is the oaa per feet laxative and most geatle dtaratic knowa April Sharif Wickatrom has returned from LapraMt with Joha ior the murder of Hela Tsmberlast excited sad threaten to lynch The 8wedes here are greatly Oto Betel aad ths Carikls CiatAvsaa Ua iavaded wiiBana Hot A asm aaaiBaiaiesinl April many smi ent politicians read the pamphlet oa iamarcka resignation he went to all of hem and declared it was of no political alue and that ths statements that the eel author was the emperor of Germany wen equally But tha papers id not take ths asms aad as the mperor did not deny ths allegations he was considered ths Now it sp ears it wss the work of Conrad Al an occasional writer for the Ger manAustrian press over ths pseudonym lurt von STABLBT ABBIVBB AT BBINOIU April Stanley as arrived hen from enroute to Speaking of Emin Stanley said e did not believe he would attempt to econqusr ths equatorial An mmense he declared would be ecessary to eject the Mahdists who have overrun ths refer ace to ths claim made by the Germans to ths territory ia Stanley said he was astonished at their pntontions key apparently claimed ths whole of is Stanley also stated that Aruwhlmi which belongs to lie Congo free wss eaormously especially with rubber trees richer ban the Amazon Thto section f be would be ths rub iar reservoir of the A BID OCXAH April British steamer forth from Baltimon for Ham arrived at Dover thto morning with her bows stove in and her fin com partment full of She had on the crew and psasongeis of tbe Iritish steamer bound for Dab in for with whom she had col The Avoca was so badly dam aged that she No lives wen lost FBKHCH BBFOBTBBS BXFBLLBD VBOK April the cor espondent of the Paris and the correspondent of the rankfnrtor wen expelled from taly on tha ground that they seat re ports calculated to injun tha financial redit of the Batform a aptcifle one favonac ballot reform and a uniform pott April 10i Commodore iadieted for rob BIOK the express car on tha Texas aad Pacific near this efty a year were placed oa trial After robbary no clue could ba Sevaral Charles turned states totae ther fetsed he and hisbrother cossmitteel express had raped two whita robbed stores and rss sandbagged The ease ana been tried from time to time hat without coming to any conviction or Commodore had alwaja until today maintained hia iaaoccaee but when ha learned that Charles had tuned states evidence and would go he hastened to confeaa himself told of more crimes Charles had mads Thia caused a sensation la court and tha caaa waa adjourned until the April IlliaomIowa base baU league meeting waa held today to complete ita organisation aad adopt a The meeUas oMaa iied with Banger of aa The following dtiee are rep resented by delegates from eight clnba that at present compose league Ot Cedar Iowa Joliet aad The adoption of the constitution and bylaws occupied the greater part of alter which Secretary Morgan read the There was a livelv dis cussion over the location of the different clubs on the but tha schedules were finally settled Tha seaaoa opens May and closes September One of the corneratones of the policy adopted by every club ia the league if the prohibition of Sunday April noon game of the billiard today waa between Daly and for three hundred and two hundred I fifty points Cattom ScoroCatton average 8J highest run 60 Daly average 8 24 W highest was be aad The second sfteraooa tween Morris a maw of Broo Randolph of New York three hundred and two hundred aad fifty points Heiser Score average 6 10 40 bast ran 52 Day average 7 M 8ft best run The evening game was betweaa Slosson and Frank the format to five hundred against two hna dred and Blossoa was suf fering from a severe cold and plsyad very Ives Slosson average bast ma 8 ivea 23 best ma Wsurd Hun of Hie Siso April Terdl nand Ward to day receivsd advice of tha death of his wife at Connecti He was greatly She has been a regular visitor to him at NBW April Broker of Sixth National bank fa dered this afternoon by Joha one of his McDsrmott re fused to say April who with Mazziai nnd ArmeUiai formed triumvirate in when the people rota in drove Plus DC from and established the ia ABOVX The brilliant and much injured Theo dore Tilton has retired permaaaaUy from the world and lives aloas oa aa Is land in the where he devotaa his time to writing poetry end suffers from mans ir says 1 amakiast CUBAS AUHBXATION The Niw April correspond ent of the Herald writing from Havana under date of April says the question of annexation of Cuba to the United lutes la daily growing more serious and he government eossmeaces to ba alarmed the propagation that is more or less openly being carried oa results that will soon be Ths campaign that has been opened by several leading pa HS is courageously sustained iaremaik ible oas having gone so far as to assert some weeks ago that ths Bpaa sh government through their dtognce ol and miaous to doing more than anybody to throw Cuba nto the arms of the United In a remarkable whose author was it was said some time ago that the only way annexation could be avoided wss to immediately proclaim the autonomy of and that the conserv ative should Joia ths liberals in their efforts to obtain from Spain self govenmeat for tha The fact be toad all doubt to that than an a large Lumber of aBasxatioaJste la Caba and aomeia ths United The question aow to to know whether say memben of ths government at Washington would be willing to favor ths movtmsat Just in itiated in A BOY THAT upon the isle of Louis my hosas ia to me a The late Professor of Yale had during hia life of seven tysix years been tha pastor of a chuieh ia this a missionary in ths Sandwhich a land a California gold an a teach er and an Nancy of widow of John is ths old est widow now drawing a pension ia coa aequence of the service of her husband in the Revolutionary She to Binary eight years of Gladstone has been down to Ox hia favorite retreat as wants to write in quiet and has nearly completed a series of articles OB the Old weich he will bagta at once to publish in Good General chief of the signal ser gets about twenty letten a day from the cranks who hold him personally responsible for the The exemporer of BrsiU nasally en tered a restaurant Cannes familiarity t3 one of the It turned out that the waiter had been CM of Dom Pedros attendants IB Bfe da Captain McCalla of the United States steamer ths Boston Tran script as bsaaUful a Boston belle as ever touched a daiaty foot to the Beacon street Someone to trying to rate tha lion of General BtosasnkssBe by spreading tha report that ha smokes April barkisg boy arrived in thto eity yesterday 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