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   Burlington Hawk-Eye (Newspaper) - April 12, 1890, Burlington, Iowa                                THE EBTABUSHKD SATURDAY APRIL li ifORUrSFiffiBE TEE JEJITE COmTTEE fflfflEB V H lasBHrfiate Action Advtecdlt Pro i tor a Naval Exhibition in Hew fork HarborOtfcer WaehiBgton April senate qnadrocentennial committee nut thia morning and ordered the worlds fair bill reported with some one of which ia Daniela proposition in a some what emasculated provision With respect to the president being satis fied with the bona fide character of the Chicago subscriptions by making it read that he shall be satisfied of the possible character of the subscriptions before in viting foreign nations to Daniels amendment waa modified ao as to provide that some time in the spring not be fore the date 61 the opening of the exposition there shall be an international naval display in New York harbor and and a celebration in Washington at the lime of the dedication of the statue to There is no ap propriation made in the bill for these this being left for congress to provide some time in the Chi cago men agreed to these amendments in the liope that it would facilitate the bills but had them so modified as xo not interfere with the opening at Chi A tors Hawley and was appointed to make the bill conform to the expreuion of the wishrs of mittee and to draw up the At tue suggestion Of Senator Haw ley waa selected as manager of on the Just before the senate adjourned this afternocn Hawley reported the worlds fair bill with the amendments agreed upon by the The following was proposed as the new section The president ia hereby em powered and directed to hold a naval le view in New York and extend foreign natioua an invitation to send ships of war to join the United States navy in the rendezvous at Hamp ton Bbads and proceed thence to aaid re The president ia further empow ered to make arrangements for the mvailing of a statute of Christopher Columbus at Washington with appropri ate ceremonies under hia general direc after aaid naval review and not less than five days before the opening of said exposition and invite the attendance thereat of the foreign The review of the District of Columbia guard and troops and several branches of the regular army stationed at Washington today was given in honor of the delegates to the PanAmer ica The several members of the General Scho fleld and other officers of the regular army occupied the reviewing XBKIB BLOOD Almoa Hani Atianlic I hame Corvl don Xo ear O Beacon naming Dee Motees H Dei sMignors to the Dee Koines Boggy A COU WAVJE trum 8Jc April The tignsl office famishes the folio wing special bnl letin A storm ot considerable intensity is central tonight 2k South Un usually high temperatures prevafl in the central extending northward to south Minnesota and w BoothDa A decided fell in tempera ture set in from the north wett and the temperature gradient is so sharply marked in Minne sota ard South Dakota that the ther mometer record a range of thirty de crees between tdjacent with a corresponding barometric gradient Sig sals for high winds have been ordered for the lakes and a warning has been Bent out of severe local storms in South southern Iowa and taetern The stormis movicg slowly to the eastward and will be ac PHARMACY THE SB ATE H8COBESUID FOULLY COI companied by winds in ltd Illinois and Missouri to night and to Carpet JfnarMtarnra IBMWUM ar April The carpet manufacturers of repre senting ft producing capacity of four thousand carpet had a hearing before the republican members of the ways and means committee today in which they opposed the proposed in crease of duty on carpet liTTKE 1C Dual Will Hot April tive Iuelan has written a card in refer Colonel Flem the course of ence to his trouble with of In to accept a hearty the among Which be from one who had seemed ao anxious to force him to the Phe lan did not expect the plea that he Flem ing ignored the Phelan aaya he does not dtf and the but has never boon able to see any moral distinction between doing another a malicious mis1 chief forbidden by the laws ot God and offering expiation forbidden by the laws of That he acted hastily in send ing the message designed to elicit a chal lenge to a man who ignores the Phelan but adds I assume that the bulldozing tone of Flemings refusal apology was other contin of an over weening of personal Colonel Fleming in hia says I have made my self This is the But I didnt know Fleming as I do to concludes that in view of the scornful and insulting refusal to accept a frank apology he thinks he can safely leave it to that portion of the world which is and generous to say whether what ho did was without THB ElMttoB WorMa Fur AprU The consid eration of the kvmtana election case was resumed and as no senator sought the floor the yeas and nays were or dered on the first resolution and the vote wan about being taken when Evarta roae and suggested that U no senator on the other aide desired to speak he would proceed to make the closing argu ment in support of the commit tees He proceeded to state in detail the and the circumstances of the Montana election and to discuss the powers of territorial canvassing board on which he said there were no limitations imposed by the statute in By that he meant he said that its powers were unlimited within the that belonged to the phrase to which it was applied and to the subject to which it was Evarto said the proposition on the democratic aide was that the senate was to be a can vassing board higher than the territorial canvassing while the proposition on the republican aide was that the am ate had no such power of The he was a proposition of the of the safety of the senate and of the equality of After further debate Hoar gave notice that on Monday he should ask the senate to remain in seasion until the Montana cate waa diapoied from the committee on quadro centennial celebration reported witt amendments the honeebUl A telegram was received today from stating that twelve street letterboxes in that city were broken open last night and the contents taken and scattered on the The locks in many cases were The post office department baa offered a reward for the apprehension of the UOK The secretary of war today issued an order directing the troops from the fol lowing posts to be withdrawn as saon the department commanders can provide suitable accommodations elsewhere Fort Montana Fort Wyoming Fort Nebraska Fort Colorado uLittie Bar Arkansas Fort Ari ins Fort Arizona and gFort ment commanders are to report to the adj utant general of the army dates when the posts can be with a view of necessary arrangements for resetvations with buildings andother to be received by the de partment of the interior for Indian school purposes or The nominations Lewis assistant secretary of war Brigadier General Nelson as general Colonel as brigadier gen eral Major as deputy paymaster general H of ai Indian inspector to making an appropriation tofiupply the deficiency occasioned by the defalcation in the office of the late Inthe general orders issued if the headquarters of the the findings and sentence in the case of Lieutenant of the eighth cavalry are approved and the officer Edgar assistant chief of the record division in the pension bureau has been Bugles pension wasrerated during the early part of the present Senator from the committee on Indian reported favorably the bill to ratify and confirm the agreement with the6isseton Land Wahpstonjbands of ing bill that hed passed the Davidion said that these TO HKB a Be pnbllaui Who Hto April or three weeks ago Walter Wood obtained a license to marry a Miss Lucy both of in this A few days afterwards the license waa returned to the county clerk indorsed indefinitely postponed on the U has just been learned that the reason tor postponing the affair was that the being an ardent de clined to perform her part of the cun tract because her who is also a had accepted a nomination aa assessor on the farmers He was but M yet their differences have not been OVXKDUKW Hie to CcBUMt DBS AprU J a clerk in the snoe store of has A note was found in the store by hia employer yes terday morning saying By the time you receive this I will be My stl sry is not large enough to keep up my running expenses and I have overdrawn it to such an extent that to keep myself out of trouble I have decided to depart this As nothing can be found of his body it is believed that he changed hia mind and instead of committing sui cide left for a world a fair at and he hoped to have it taken up end passed After an executive aaamint the eeaate adj Tha BUltaM April afternoon game of the billiard tournament between Sloaaon and 500 and 250 points wan won by the 500 17729 highest 118 38589 highest 88 Schaefer beat Catton they playing 500 and 250 Ssore Schaefer average 2114 highest runs 44 Catton average 6 8 highest run A bew ABamsMt April Mor mon question waa ventilated in parlia ment last nighV The house took up Sir John Thompaona bill to amend the criminal and polygamy ia included iathaliatof The cienae relat ing to polygamy waa raining the penalty from two to five yearsim lae Redfotrietlng Bitys In the House The Australian Ballot BillGen eral Legislative News A Race Against FireState BAWXXTX J V Das April As the hour of nine today found the senate in the chair intro ducing who led in On behalf of the special committee to whom waa referred the Cungan reported a bin providing for the removal of the battle fligs carried by Iowa regi ments from the arsenal to the capitoL A bill waa introduced by Yale from the committee on agriculture to confer fights in certain cases upon the State Agricul tural the object of the bHI being to relieve from the possibility of the State Agricultural society coming in tact with the powers of the city bacanse of the paassge of the annexation Csldwells resolution providing for a lifting committee of nine members was taken moveia by Finn tr amend by excepting from that commit tees supervision the special school text book bill and fur ther by to except the mining Taylor spoke earnestly in favor of such while McCoy thought if these bflls were to be made exceptions there waa no use in appointing a sifting He represented a large min ing district and had voted for every min matters had been postponed early in the session be cause of McCoys illness and later that they had been crowded It was evident to his mind that the senator from Mahsska desired the Gifting com mittee chiefly to get rid of the mining and he was therefore opposed to any such The amendment to the amendment waa yeas nays the former being Dun Moa Vate absent or not voting were Cassatt G Finn amendment was lost Wools on offered a substitute for the whale matter which was accepted bv Caldwell providing that bills and other matters other than appropriation bills be referred to the sifting committee and that after the Friday morning session no bills be considered except appropriation bills and those reported favorably by the sifting An amendment further was offered by Dodge to except the ballot reform bill hich had passed the lower house and to make it a special order for Saturday evening at whereupon McCoy moved to amend the amendment to ex cept the school book bill instead of the Australian ballot bilL Cleveland could not see why the school book bill should be excepted in stead of the ballot lefonn which was of vital It should not be madea party People dif fered the best method of proceeding in the school book and it was a grave whereas the Australian ballot reform was being pur many progressive states with out a The urgency of the ichool book meas ure was com pared with the ballot reform Finn took tha against the worth less expense of the Australian he was not demanded in He had seen it estimated that 1100 a year would in each voting The machinery requiredjwasexpenaiveand and the voting system now waa absolutely perfect ques substituting the school book for the ballot prevailed yeasj nays The resolution as Dodge sought to bring up t dorm matter under a resoluti the ition amendedjvaa Again billot reform making it a and postpon ing the special order for its considera Caldwell moved to lay on the table the motion to postpone the special the vote upon which waa yeas naya At thia juncture the chair an nounced that the making of a special aa indicated Dodge would require a twothirds a second vote waa proceeded bat waaloet roae to a point of Border asking it at the time of the adoption of the McCoy a twothirdsivote was not Woolaon rose to a point stating matters con cerned were disposed which point of order was declared The pharmacy billSwaa then taken up as rose and offered a substitute for the reading a series of to the effect that the committee substi tute waa not satisfactory to Biyless said it waa with reluctance that thia aubititnte at thia time but he wai obliged to do He bad assisted in making the committee substitute but had been dissatisfied with it His substitute requires a that sworn reports be and cuts out red Mr op the contested election from the third district of of quaation raised the 111840 consider Uoey took the decidedyeas naya tfca Election oaaa floor witt an in favor ot tha alataaa guntaatant of tketwflntfoacf taw April deal en are buying barley in large quantities and arranging for apeedy ahipsaeat to the United in anticipation of the new AaMffieam tariff which increases the Five veastls loaded with barley have cleared fwan here within the April A special e Kvaaing Wlaconain froam Hartey disreputable the Kvaaing Lottie a wee found dead Caldwell entered into an extended explanation of the committee closing I Clayton that the senator from acted in perfect good faith but that he had been driven to this sub stitute by the He moved the consideration of the committee rabsti Taylor defended the Btyleta tub saying that he believed it was just the ithatAthe druggists de legialatioa for C prevailed end the bill while the other waa wane than no Caldwells motion waa contidered attUon by Several amendments wen PrevkNM to edjoumatent the lieu tenant governor announced aaatiftJng committee Bayless Tae chair ruled that the pharmacy bffl would have to go to the sifting conuait The senate pat in a hard days work on the pharmacy bin and whan adjourn par only a few for conaidera of the on hand watching ment The icd aaaooation that city terrible rash over the left temple which waa evidently made with aa There ii no theprogreatof the bill and doing waa they could to aaake the bfll coma out Tha biU rapaala the present law and r the tuie for the measure proposed by the State Pharmaceutical The senate sifting committee deeidi to report for passage toe senate bins to provide for the purchase and sale of school books to change the name of institutions for the deaf and dumb to provide for the payment of salaries o state pecitentiarits also the house bills to give the Agricultnralaoeiety the power to regulate its police foce to abolish he Iowa weather service to allow cities of s secondclass to levy tsxea for railiing The pharmacy bill discussion was con tinned acd the bill Mr Baylegs offered as a substitute the bill formulated by the pharmacentica Bills were passed aa follows House bill to allow the Bush Park railroad to run its trsck through the grounds of the dependence insane asylum the house bill to legalize the act of the clerk of courts of Plymouth county the house bill to equaliza the transfers of rea property by the executors and trustees of oreign wills the house bill to legalize the incorporation of the town of Guthrie THK The house this morning tha vote by which the Algonanorma chool bill was ordered engrossed last night and then reversed the This kills the normal school project it having baen buried in the Bills passed as follows To compel ailrnadg to change the names of station o conform with the names of corporaCed owns or villages at the of the ailroad to compel rail oad companies to connect crossing lines t Etatione by means of Ys o authorize commissioners to preserve he form of annual reports of railroads n compel railroads to place crossings where a highway u located to compel ailroids to put in private A resolution was adopted providing or the appointment of a sifting com The bills for the redistricting of the came up as a special Two were both calling for ocehnn rcd representatives and ninetyone dis ricts on the basis of Tue house this afternoon took up the pportiocment bill and after a short dis ission the majority bill recommended 7 the republicans was defeated by a aity to Hamilton and Wil on being The following bills passed To legal ze tha acts of tne town of Churdin to invido for district purchssa of school ocka and supplies senate bill to define nd punish vagrancy senate bill to ac ept the grant of the city park at Iowa ity to the state for the purpose of erect ug a university building to compel oards of supervisors to eacertain at lue eginning of year the amount of ebon funds on hacd and require the ubiication thereof to prevent life in urance companies from discriminating etween individuals with the same ex ectation of life and in thi same The defeat of the republican redistrict ng bill was juet as expected in tha OUGO this the measure ropoaed by them gives a very fair divi on of the northwestern part of the but the democrats do not want it 1st wsy for fear they will lose some of no districts they carried last The ort will have to be done to fix up a onipromue pretty soon or the election ill be held on the basis with dig tie same as last year or a special will have to be called to fix up ne The BsyesTrsmp bill is now through oth houses and aa soon as it bscpmes a tramps will have a hard time in The acceptance of the city park grant d by Iowa City to the state will give a opd opportunity for putting up a good riding for that institution A U for that purpose is through both u3es and now needs only the signature the governor to become a IK FEAHliLZa fODID fHH HJIHEID The Sheriff ami at Work on the CaseTwo Men Arreatedeai SuspicionOther ami Special to April hia morning the men on a Bock Islanc rain discovered the body of a man lying in the gnu at the side of the road at a point about a mile and a half east of f There were evidences of a Tha dead mans clothes were n disorder and hia hand clutched a sandful of evidently torn from the head of hia He had been tilled with a Near the body waa ound a gold ring such u ia used instead if a hook or bar to fasten a watch chain The buttonhole where t had rested waa torn and no watch waa to be In one pocket uiirtynve Tha coroner WM ummonedand the investigation devel oped the fact that the dead man waa one rank and that he came to Iowa City Thursday with another name The two men stopped to ether at a boarding While in owa City Balzer remarked to a man hat he waa afraid of his wanted to get rid of He aaid hat he had left a hundred and fifty ollars with the Amana society the day fearing that he would be robbed iy his He said they came rom and tnat hia ompanion wanted him to come to Dav nport with but that he was afraid o do Later he stated that he would ome to this city and mat he should so that the men whom he feared might suppose him The two men left Iowa City about four oclock hursday afternoon and came in this di Nothing moreirknown movements after that The sheriff and several deputiea are ird at work on the case and the men ave already been arrested one at West and oaa at a station ear Both tolly with the description f the suspected The amount of stolen from the body besides the old watch ia not RKD OAKgcCouBT Work on he new court house at Bed Oak as been BSCKFTIOK TO COMJUSDSB the department com Uhe Iowa was given royal welcome Cedar Rapids Thurs ay by the local A CHILD very sad ragedy occurred at the farm of Joseph Dorter who lives a few miles northeait f by which a little grandchild f Through ome misfortune the house caught and the taking he life of thejittle deapite all ef orts to save HIT WITH A Day of the tandard Lumber comnany of Dubuque waa standing on the sidewalk in front of he new opera when brick fell from the fourth strik ng him on He will probably HATB Bronx good many f the farmers Ackley have begun their The lesson ia fully two weeks later than last There will e a greater acreage of wheat and flax own than for a number of while here will be about the same amount of ats and A CRITICAL who waa shot by Burglar Qaan t DBS Moines Wednesday ia in critical condition and hia recovery ia Qaan ia suffering from hia but is out of The bullet went through the top of his right long and lodged in hia but haa not been KxWarden of the ort Madison aaw the nrglar to day and recognized him aa a ormer inmate of that Qaan waa thereofof under the name f Stephen A Two SIB siuf coameta Atumpt M April VJy and Michael made a desperate attempt to escape this after Keeper Bee took them to the old emale prison to clean it Once they grappled with and before he could draw hia revolver he was elled to the floor by a blow from a When he tried to get up they told him if be moved they would kffl Theythen took hia revolver and keys and bound hiahanda and legs with They then went to Keeper Pieraroom and ex changed their stripes for two auita of Piers after which they made heir escape through the side door into he Bee anceeeded in freeing himself after aome time and getting on reported the matter to the warden who immediately started a pome ia puranit of tha Late this afternoon they were recaptaed and taken back to prison 8w one of the Dent housewives in Sew We feel the necessity of tak MR a good medicine to purify tha gad we an Hocda it MONEY Dna April The governor as appointed Colonel George of kdu adjutant vice WITH ot a Bmniaf might peclal to April 11 west ound Burlington and Quincy reight train R ad an exciting race with fire this after pulling into Cjrming all ablaze four miles east of corning a car f nursery stock was discovered to be n It was packed with dry hay and he flames spread The car bl owing it contained live stockand ecegsary to stop the train and an ouple it behind the burning he train then pulled for Cjrning and ame in at lightning with the whistle blowing an leaving a wake of The Corning fire de artment was ordered out and reached he spot almost as soon as the train came o a It was run up under the tank nd with the stream from the tank and rom the hose line the fire waa ut little was left of the A 8TOBB pedal to April cloth ng house of Hewlett on the west ide of the was burglarized last The thieves effected an entrance y cutting out a panel of the rear door and unfastening the They were vidently well acquainted with the prem for they did not arouse the least The goods taken consisted of silk innel hats and in ail bout WOO t Bmerson now in jailawaiting is thought to be one of the per petrators of the crime and s strongly against About twentyfiveof our citizens at ended the encampment at Dea Moinea thia week and report very favor bly in regard to the kindness shown them by the citizens of that They were very much pleased withxthe ener etic movement of the are onemplating moving hey were accompanied by the Parson ollege male who enlivened the whole train all the way up with their pirited being joined in ongajbyiallthelold The consisting of Carter and were taken no ia the headquarters train by Charles of late state commander of the and assisted nXconple of cunp They accepted an invitation of tha officials to aing in their ele ant reception and vary generously remembered by and aatis wniii mniiD A The latter Out Satan aa Tamtml with That Special to Tan April aession of Day Saints conference in the orehoon waa of a moat interesting char acter7 The prayer service waa largely attended and enthusiastically taken part The Barmen waa by Elder James of Council and waa Necessity of Obedience to The important reaolutiona of the were aa followa Providing lor a committee of two to prepare a his torical and doctrinal article for encyclo pedias and histories constating of Joseph Smith and Blair providing for the erection of a college and appointing a committee of to receive propoaala for and alao empowering to take all necessary atepa to eatebliah the Special to Tan Dxa April state board of health haa decided a case of vital importance which effects every local board ia tha Tha point in volved ia whether or not tha health office of tha local board can be wimw eiedbytha local board toeatabushor a quarantine at hia The dfldrion of the board which was tfffnaad by tha attoraay gaa era ia naithar attending nor tha health officer haa power to etUbliah at niae a Tha prema court haa decidadtkat in qunran tine waaratha board thrown into tha but managed to get hold of the boat and both woulj have tottam had not Schrack baccme could not swim and in to gat into the boat lost his jack into the water and was Aprfl meeting of Lookout Boax held yester day avaamg tha former action of tha poat in refusing to receive certain docn mania from Congressman WM reconsidered and the hooks were re onvad with a resolution of Tha vota waa over twothirds in favor of re This action of tha post is an indorsement of Col Henderson and a complete sat back on the commander out of panonal spite against Hen worked his scheme through when only twelve members were A aanviat Special to the April Miss Lydia a student in tha junior claw at has been taken down with scarlet About twenty girls who boarded in the house with her have sought other There is great ex citement KUM by SHS Bteatrla Car at Ottua April CoL a wealthy citisen of a retired was struck by an elec ric car this afternoon and instantly He was about seventy years of and leaves a Crav DBS Moms April The demo ratic state central committee decided to iold the next state convention at Cedar Tha time will probably be Crafw April Sheffield Av nue church or anti Escher branch of ie Illinois conference of the German Evangelical conference met this morn ng with President Byers in ie The most interesting feature f the aeaaion waa the adoption of a pro mbld and resolution set ting forth ie cause of the division deploring i action of the aeceders in with rawing and setting up a confer nce of their own declaring any offices eld by to ba assuring lem ithey b 3 received nto the fold again if they would As the conference adjourned at noon for two hours the constable served writ of replevin on Secretary Stamm or the records of the last tamm accepted the service to appear efore a to answer the writ the secretary was in tructed to send address to the faction n session and Wisconsin street otifying the ministers there that unless hey signify their intention of traveling according to the directions of discipline y three oclock Saturday afternoon the onference will contider them without The Escher faction today went ahead transacting business as if there was no ther conference in The del ates are elated over the fact that their onference waa recognized by the gen ral sgant of the publication paid them the dividend to The committee was aent to the Sheffield Avenue conference with a requests for etc returned with report that the matter had re erred to a Bishop Esher tnnounced that he had received wor will April Great reparations are being made here for ap ropriate commemoration of the twenty f th anniversary of the death of Abraham lincnln on April It will be under ie auspices of the local Grand Army Sons of Veterans and rand Army men and members of the forth American Turner bund fromva lous parts of the country will be prea It is suggested that editors eioh ublish an editorial embodying a senti ment for the occasion and that copies of ie be sent to the Lincoln Me morial League of All are to be arranged in a book and pre erved ia the monumei la April Fred Von probate judge of Hennepin ounty for a number of died this morning of cancer of the PHILLIP WABBACK OF April Phillip isiatant general freight agent of the died this morning of phoid frtmamt Nsw April General John Fremont ia reported seriously tat at the Iowa conference yesterday ke presiding elder at the trial of Biahop towman confessed he had done wrong n deposing It was decided to hold ie next conference in TBOUBLX9 Cnvaauev April Now that each ide in the carpenters strike has issued ts the trouble seems to have ettied down to a question of and tha general impression ia That the fight will be a protracted The boss arpenters any they propose to goto rork to fill tha strikers places on Mon ay next THX CISAB April 11 seventy ci gar make M were at work in the Colum ia factory Moat of them were new though a few of yesterdays trikera bad returned to work this morn About fifty small not members if the formed an organiza tion and appointed an arbitration com mittee to meet a similar committee of he A HAILBOAD BTBIKE April The meeting of he federation of railroad employes has called for Sunday to consider the tiacharge of sixteen of the tfdestcon d actors on the Fort Wayne the company will be asked to state why those men were discharged and in caw of refusal a strike ia prob OSn THOCBABD WOKKMBS Nnw April At two oclock hia afternoon one thousand workmen on downtown buildings struck in obedi nee to the commands of the centra abor TOM A 1MBBW rMSB CaJaaattft KAHBAB AprU caused rr explosion of a gasoline to day destroyed a row of imafl tenement Many of the tenenta barely escaped with their John Gorvin waa severely Three small chfld ran of who were locked in the house while the mother went market were rescued by firemen front a sec ond story tfTiUfTEff IB BAB April local offlciala of thai Burlington road today announced a rate of thirtyfive dollara front here to Chicago for aecondclaaa It ia expected other roads win IB reportei that the Tador Iron Worka company of Bait St Louia haa purchased the Wangk ffaU and Steal Worka at Iffi Tkenewjmrchase wfll bs conaoli dated with Ike wfetcm Neil Worka and VaDay Steal and Forge company whiek is now controlled by tae Tudor coapany tha whole to form oaa wleu theamagBBMBtis eoaqplated it ia aaid will employ three RANDALUS HB BUB B MOW EIKCIBI if ill 19 Sinking Very sbnWy Hta family Gathered Abent Hto Bedside ta Bid Him A gkert Sketch ef Hia Aprfl 12 a Randall has been sinking vary rapidly tonight asd death is almost momentarily Hia family have gathered about his bedaida to bid him He U in a halfunconscious condition and does sot seem to notice their Samuel Randall was bom in Philadel phia October 1888 received an ac ademic education engaged in mercantile pursuits was a member of the city conn tils of Philadelphia for four years waa a member of the state senate of Pennsylvania in 1858 and 1850 was elected to the1 thirty eighth to the fiftieth congresses and was reelected o the fiftyfirst congress aa a eceiving votes against 112 votes tired to the Actable bad had beaTmade lot He waa resting when the far mer called hint to cometothenonaaw the women did not intend to return toat he could occupy their tag hia fiat impulse to atay where he went how V to the He waa shown to ne ladiaar room the fanner located the door upon and ha retired to hia own Daring the the millers barn took fire neighbors gathered around to what they After exdte i attending tha fire had they asked the miller how the hap Ha in that amam whom he haa refused entertainment in ie early part of the night threatened to do him and he believed ho get it afire he would get lha men to hunt hint and they would have a neckUo The boat and knowing of the ircumatances attending his guests ef ort to get accommodation wiife the mil informed that person of hia miatake o that tha wearied traveler did not gel hia neck encircled with a halter When informed of his narrow invalid gentleman immediately got conveyance to the neareat railway sta and took the earliest and quickest train for aayintrhe preferred to la at home of his rather nan innocently stretch Hemp The circumstance of tha women of the ouae in which he logded not returning saved that innocent man from an nominious which would havo then place for he waa in the part of a late where no mercy ia shown a firebug r a horsethief See by what alender treads we escape suspicious connection with serious and criminal Cir umatantial evidence ia a manyarmed The guiltless often suffer tha unishment of tha 1O UORK Of Clevelands which appear night at the the Qoincy Whig ays Clevelands minstrel appeared at the era house last evening before aa itn ense Every seat in the house aa and the gallery waa pack As a whole the entertainment was although some of the feat res were not as good as was ugh Dougherty was the favorite of the udience The first part of the show is ut on in a very gorgeous The oatumes are vary handsome and the tartet and gextet did some very floe The best selections were Annie as arranged by Dudley by the quartet and Ricked in the radle of the Deep by tha douMe on with choral In the econd part Hugh Dougherty made a hit a his the E jy plain Phalanx was and tha Japanese troupe gave n exhibition that was wonderful Hnry BMBteyB Trtnphm Tour AprU Stanley arrived here He was received witn cheers by a great crowd of he president ot the Italian Geopraphical ociety welcomed him to the city and resected him with a gold THE BTUDBNT April official messenger says that the students at vari ns public institutions of learning in lusaia who took part in the recent agi had no grounds for diaaatiafac Friendly ad rice proved nnavail ng to atop their and the nthoritiea were compelled to adopt tern measures to subdue their inanbor WILL IMPEACH THB April to tae recent mbezzlementof one million francs by ie state treasurer of Canto of he liberals propose to impeachthe Can on THB VOLKNCIA April midnight be persona who took part in the anti Carliat demonstration dispersed and the ity was Most of the troops have eturned to thair but pickets tatrol the Military guards have leen stationed at the Carlist Club house and Jesuit and all of hich buildings were seriously damaged y the April freight olliaion occurred near here on the Balti more aid Ohio thia morning by the over ookingof orders by the engineer by which the two several emigrant coaches and ten freight cars were KANSAS April rain commission represented OT he Chicago board of weie forci d o the wall todar by the failure of cat omers to respond to the call for firm hopes to eaame catvu Ktx April one of the wealthiest cattle men nlaouthwest waa shot and killed hia morning by John al Coon Speed waa a brother ate f United States Attorney General The Miss April river is now two inches above the highest point In Concoidia parish the water from the Tennessee river ia run ning levees rapidly falling April earthquake shock waa felt here thia morning few minutes before three Clocks were stopped and small ware thrown from their Treat OoMli fey Written for A gentleman long ifflicted with dyi pepsia and insomnia receiving no relief determined to flad on what out door exercise would do for sL He planned to take a trip across state afoot The first day he walked but little but every day he grew batter asd stronger and increased hk gait and distance After aeonpla of weeks traveling thua ha waaaear tha point of desiring to ranch ft next increased hfe to an unusual exhauating strength earlier than a mom temperate walk would nave dona hours It was now nearly and ha was in a sparsely settled part of tha u Gladly he would have put up IB shelter at Worn aa waa to push on a couple of Btflea fur when ha came asked to be entertained miller flatiy refoaad saying that to did BOt kaap a hotat Tha invalid toid o kia frafl and flagged and wiahad toahow tot tan A Moral CTUM AaviiMS tntial If we are to attain an ideal govern practically as well as we must go back to first and o the methods of the founders of the ra who were taught by experience he price of liberty and knew haw to uaxd The town wticti was a school for practical and which was scrupulously attended by oters haa become if ot And there haa eer the greatest change in the charao er of the men who are most active in our local In an earlier day the most intelligent and influen ial citizens took a lively interest in the wlitical of their community and argely controlled Today the nanagemant of our local politics in the Hies and towns ia in a great measure urned over to the ward bummer and his orda of vicious Our great ities are controlled by Irishmen and There are thousands of legal zed voters in this country who never at ended a primary and who ould if premed to do tell just what was the object of such a Except in the rarest instances anything ke a full vote is not cast at elections he saloon keeper never to use hia nor does the mmn whose vote is or The foreigner who has just re bived his franchise will go to the polls wo hours before they are and hat too in a driving rather than ose his It is well known that a ery large per of tha men who do ot vote are many of them men of intelligence and often having arge interests at They are too may to keep posted in political matters r even to attend an These are familiar but we would be falsa to our trust did we not epeatedly press them home to our No form of government has ever et been organize that will f the honorable class of ociety does not control its State and municipal the most corrupt ele ments And if the determined ef orta to chang the distinctive and most lorious features of American civiliza ion are it will mot ba be cause we can not help but be cause wa will In where scarcely any pra ense ia mad of enforcing the Sunday and where the saloon ia the con trolling element in there are scores of with thousands ot members who represent millions of dol ara invested within thji corporate lim If these church membera were on a given day to move with aQ thair inter ests from Louis the city would be killed bayond all hope of dees any one believe that these who stand in sneft relation to the material interest of St could if fully alive to the recpoMflrilltlas Imposed upon individually by our ona of thoroughly reform this city and make its government the pride of the country Our cities and rovernments are Just about what we make them or permit them to be It w time we came to regard the failure to perform the fall duties of as a moral crime against Sena tor of goea further than and hat just introduced a bill in tha Legislature of that State making voting ami providing for a fina of five dollars and costs for to comply with the We would like toseathu experiment thoroughly made Goods French when called on Lan titan of XapoieonB The joung arfr poorly aod met a cold but Juinais discovered such proofs of talent and good sense that he arose with tha greatest eonrtaty andreapeet to the aata chamber when he took Ka change of that Giardlookadaia Jainak antieipatod hia of ate according   

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