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   Burlington Hawk-Eye (Newspaper) - May 1, 1890, Burlington, Iowa                                H ESTABLISHED HIE IQEfilLl SERVICE PflBBI FAKES TEE BILL Batterwerth Mad aad Calls Ballot Box Case Witness a liar Blaiae Sends an Cltimatem to April the leading of the journal the house pro ceeded to vote upon the passage of the bill tor the classification of wonted cloths and woolen The bill passed nays 0the speaker count ing a quorum The bill authorizes the of the treasury to classify woolen clothe with imports of wonted known under the cloth or under the i of worsteds or diagonals or other The committee on rules reported a res olution providing for the immediate con aideration of the senate dependent pension bill to which the Morrill service pension bill may be ordered as a the previous question to ba considered as ordered at four Carlisle protested against the cloths which are same of worsted adoption of resolution of this charac ter which took away from the commit tee the whole right to consider many bills and forced the house to vote upon them after a brief It was not fair to the members of the house it was fair to the tax payers of the The pension estimates were never liberal enough and he said the expenditures under the senate bill would amount to and under the house bill to From this time on he would protest Bgainst this system and insist upon it that the members have an oppor tunity for discussion and of inquired Whether the gentlemen on the other side would support the measures desired by the soldier Carlisle said he was not author ized to spout on this but in his opinion there were gentlemen on the democratic side who would give the soldiers more than the gentleman from Iowa was willing tn give are very liberal are out of We took care of the noldiers when you had the majority we intend to take care of them After considerable further debate of this nature McKinley said the resolu tion was justified under the present code of rules and by the precedence set by the The republicans wanted to do public The country wants results and not speeches The resolution was adopted and Mor rlH spoke in support of the The total nutubor of persons put upon the pension roll under the provisions of this bill is esiimated at at an annual cost of This actofjuetice has been too long If the gov ernment is going to grant a service pen sion it should grant it without of spoke for a per diem pension bill and charged the re publicans with not being true to their promiflofl to the The ponding bill might better be entitled the bill providing pensions of soldiers after they and their pro of I The witness testified that in the fan of 1887 Wood had said that Jim Campbell was arranging in Ton Oampbrtk offlce a bill in the interest of the ballotbox and that it would have the sup port of a number of big Wit ness paid no attention to what Wood Be knew that a number of promi nent people frequented Tom Campbells A man frt a bar had told witness that he hoped the committee would not summon This man had been convicted with the ballotbnx This conversation took place four or five days after Ike committee began iti Mc Orath said that at a gathering in a Tine street saloon Wood was presentwithe number of including Tom and the ballotbox natter was Witness was called he because he told Prior that it was singular that Butterworth had aid that he had not spoken with Tom Camp bell for eight when he witness had seen him in Campbells offlce in Wood was also in the but was not talking with Butter A ballot box was on the There were sev eral other persons in the Witness assumed that they wen there to discusi the ballot box Grosvenor pressed him to tell upon what he based that and the witness said that the men looked as if they were waiting to get down to busi looked anxious He was obliged to that he did not have any knowledge upon the sub and his assumption was based upon Woods Wilson asked what other promi nent men besides Butterworth wit ness saw in Campbells He could not remember any said that you be lieved Woods story because yon had aeen a number of prominent men The witness replied that perhapsthat was a He should have said a prominent who was could contain himself no and ex claimed You are lying from begin ning to Butterworth crossexamined the witness severely but he adhered to his He said he was not a politician and had not come to Washington to as perse the congressman but to tell the Butterworth then made a state ment denying the testimony of the wit He said he never hud a talk with Campbell or and never Wood or the ballotbox at Campbells OltrS JOW MAY PRICK 15 CENTS PBK Ichialschopls to It I 8 That while A DIME JHU8KUM viding they become paupers before but no such records can be of held the same view and spoke in support of a per diem pension and tiie arrears limitation repeal of opposed the bill because it made no discrimination bolweun tho three months and three years soldier because it made no dis tinction between disability resulting from sorvije and that resulting from vicinuR conduct of the uf thought the bill wont as far as congress could view of the promise republicans had made for a reduction of Mr of said the if would make the pension roll number 950 with a total expend iture of one hundred and fifty millions of dollars per This gross sum amounted to nearly fortythree per cent of the gross income of the It was munificent generosity such as the world had never before and exceeding that of all the civilised na tions Springer opposed the bill because it made no discrimination as to the length of of apposed both bills in the interest of the taxpayers of the After further debate the amendment was agreed to on the Morrill redu cing the age limitation from sixtytwo to sixty Tne Morrill bill was agreed to as substitute for the senate nays Yoder moved to recommit the bill with instructions to the committee to re port back a per diem pension bill 48 to The senate bill as amended by the aub was then to amid loud The house then The bill authorized the secretary of the treasury to place on the pension roll the name of any or enlisted man of sixty years or over who served ninety days or more in the war and shall have received an honorable discharge said pension to commence from the date of application and continue during life at the rate of eight dollars per All persons who served ninety days or honorably discharged and are or may hereafter be suffering from mental or physical upon due be placed upon the listjof invalid pensions at eight dollan per month The bill also provides a pension for the widow of any seldier when she shall arrive at the age of sixty yean or be without other support than dafly LSI TJlUBUtBm GMlMBBla van of April circles are awaiting with interest the next development in the case of Eftitor Hal the American citizen who has been refused permission 10 return to Guatemala to settle up his and in whose behalf Secretary Blaine has taken up the It is understood that the secretary of state has refuted to correspond further regarding the matter with the minister from Gaute as a result of the dilatory tactics pursued by the and that an ulti malion has been sent through Minister in which it is stated in vigorous English that the state department will be compelled to adopt vigorous meas ures unless its action in the Hallander case is Senor Crurz claims that he has furnished the state depart ment with a report t Hollanders trial and the facts preceding his of a Ptlsrteel OM aide suid 91O the April An extraor dinary note was received at the treasury department for redemption a few days It was a tBO note or a 110 ac cording to which side was for br some mistake one side was printed with the figures and devices of a 120 while the other had all the figures and devices of a The note was returned to the treasury by the cashier of the First Washington National Bank of Jer sey who sent it with a rather sar castic intimating that his bank was not going into the freak and added that as the treasury had counted that bill for a 120 he would trouble them to send him an ordinary 920 The mis take was promptly corrected and an im mediate investigation All bank notes are printed in blocks of four on one sheet and 250 sheets in one so that there are always notes worked off at one It seems that the four notes printed on a sheet are not all of one There are always three of one kind and the fourth of another in this three tens and a It was an easy task to learn just when this bundle had been printed and by which plate printers They were and it was devel oped that one sheet of the four after having been printed on one had fallen off the bundle to the floor The atsittant who picked it up turned the sheet upside down when she placed it on the The rest is easily No trace has yet been found of the second which must be wandering around the April snittee on foreign relatioae reported a concurrent resolution requesting the president to negotiate with the govern ments of Great Britian end Mexico with view of securing treaty atipnlatioaafor the prevention of the entry into the United States ot Chinese from mmA and an immediate ation of it wee The i went over tfll tomorrow end the oration of customs bill was Cray moved to Hnssja the bffl by Isseltoflsfl She tight Jaw antt iatheUa Thk was 4fc mid who is fcy the April The presi dent sent to the senate the follow ing nominations Agents for the In Wallace Bas and Fox Iowa James Santoe SIIiVXB Ralph chairman of the na tional legislative committee of Knights of has written Major McKinley a criticizing the pending silver bill BeaumoBt in part On what ground of equity and justice doss your party decide to confer the legal tender powen to these certificates for the pur pose for which thenational banks desire to use them and refuse farmen and busi ness men of the country the privQegeT Beaumont then recalls the dkcrimraa tioa between the trade dollar and the standard and says What k to hinder under this bfll these enfrasAdktriminating againstthknte asitk only a legal tender for certain porpoMS Thk bCl creates money tor the bankers and notes tor the They an already burdened down with It kSBoajey they waatwitk which may liquidate that indebtedness to their reported favor by Mm toan om inoninsi into the of the law bysaeans JUffiPB COOlS flEKE laaalfflBR OF THE OEDEL He Makes a Distinction Between the Bosaan Catholic Laymen and the CkricoPolitieal PartyPublie Schools and the April Joseph of addressed a large audience at Central Music hall last night and dis cussed the aggressions of the Jesuit or clerics party of the Roman Catholic He was introduced by William who said ten yean ago a man in the presence of Boston culture and in the presence of the Boston de livered an address on matters of interest to the whole Suddenly he scanned his and re quested Boston culture and Boston thought to bend ear with him to the earth and hearken to the sounds of the tremblings from the footfaVs of three persons in the The first was the with a piece of paper in his hand on which a candidates name was On one side of him stood his late still his master by keeping him in and on the other side a fig ure little seen as yet in American poli familiar enough in foreign a figure clad in ecclesiastical Since then that man has traveled in many for eign and has stood at that door where in the snow stood Henrjtthe Fourth before the papal There he heard a whisper which from Boston came under sea to the door of the Vati He said then that the time had come for Americans to stop and The laws that were to govern the Ameri can people must not be dictated on the banks of the but on the banks of the That the Dr of I have the pleas ure to introduce to COOK STEPPED FORWARD when the applause subsided and began Three watchwords for now and the twentieth century Free free church and free Avoid both the of sectarianism and the charyb dis of 3 No ballot for any man who takes his politics from any alien In Romanism there are two popes re the white pope and the black The black pope is the head of the Jesuit When the black pope and the white pope it is always the black pope who comes out ahead when they when they lock and link they dictate the politics of the Daniel OConnell oaid My re ligion I can take from but my politics from StambouL But eminent Romanists say Unless a man takea his politics from Rome he is not a good Catholic Charles Jerome Bonaparte cays The pope may be an exile or a but never a When the White Pope and the Black Pope are their policy is properly to be entitled Political It is hard to make an average American audience believe that these pretentions are made But they do not realize the Rome is alive she may be a Were Europe to become socialistic tomorrow Rome would know how to adapt hertelf to it In Cardinal Taschereau holds almost regal while in democratic America Cardinal Gibbons is as accessi ble as any It ia their governing adaptability to The Germans have a proverb that what you wish to have appear in the life of a begin by teaching it in the How well the Jesuit under stands this 1 There are ten millions of children in the schools They will vote bye and the influence of that vote will be Let me ask you to suppose a Suppose that the Methodists should demand separate schools suppose that the teachers in those schools were foreigners and loyal to foreign who in turn were loyal to a a potentate elected Suppose them men men not to be ac cused of overtimidity nor of over suppose them men not only withous but without a only their Tet suppose these men bound by binding oaths to this su preme prelate to obey and support suppose them to support the confession al and the system of parochial suppose that the power of the purse be taken from Methodist suppose that they numbered 10 today and ex pected in ten years to number Suppose all Would they not ex pect to dominate this country t But in addition to all this make that foreign prelate infallible in morals and Should we be justified in dis cussing Methodist policy Not justified would we bs in criticising the individu als or the but ten thousand times justified in discussing seriously a polity of aggrandizement and sectarian ism attempting to dominate our free public school American pros perity rests upon a free Free free If one support tee broken the others will tumble in Attack the free and state and church will totter and suppose that this Methodist party were to try end break any one of these sup ports suppose it made its attack upon our free schools I Paralyzed be the arm that ia raised to shatter and break in pieces the incalculably absolutely priceless support of our our public schools You agree with yon Change the names I remember a story told of Webster and They wen opponents in ome case before a and Choate was laying down the law to Webster looked at him and then at the jury with a pitying air as though to say he was sorry to see themso turning to jury end to said Despite the compassionate and almost paternal air of my distingnised tiutis the gentlemen of the that k the your Now 1st us the difference between the papal and the American school sys The Roman Oatharip school sys es outlined in the official declara tions of the pope aad main tains That all religions education k the the Roman Catho lic That all secular education also k Ik exclusive That the state has no right to teach in mattsn secular or nligiom That state and church should be MtntodthessUinltldafed It holds 1 That the duty senpuma latioB and selfdevelopmealsi the right to in public schools Direction of the S That while the may teach common as mush as does the common thtj give distinctively orseetarian religions instruction 3 That all have the right to maintain church seminaries at their own expoiM That it k highry dan and may eadT become treason for any denomissto to maintain schools which teach allegiance to any foreign as to the president of Of That state and church are to be kept forever the Amer ican while the state from the dosi not separate the state in all particnlan from and that thereforearseognitioa of Chris tian morals with undenom inational devotional k not out of place in public schools That the school fad k not to be and that than contribute to the support of piioeaiel or private schools are not to be excused from taxes for the support of puMie That there shall be no distinctively denominational or sectarian text books in the public sad no sectarian interference with conoon school educa That state snpeniiion shall be so extended to all private sehook as to pre vent important mischief to the state arising from their defiaent or misleading instruction of those who are to be future citizens of the These are the two uti of Ro manism versus univensl More than it k political Romanism clerical party vemu intelli gent Roman Here Cook ffltted upon the strong measures against the Jesuits acd parochial school system in the more en lightened South Americsa countries and in He said thit the spirit of the clerical party was not agreeable to the Catholic aad need a forcible illustration of how little power neverthe less the Catholic layman bad to stay the outward march of the clerical party by comparing him to a handker chief thrown on the hud and moved by invisible but powerful moving under the will of a diiUct He said that the danger wu greater than we and quoted the case of Father of who seven yean ago laid a aited boy on the table and lashed hii btre back with lashes because he persiited in going to a public He said You say that Catholics ought to re Those educated in public schools but there are in Roman Catholic parochial I tell you that political terrorism it beginning to be felt How is it dene In Quebec openly from the pulpit the priest dictates who shall be voted under penalty of de privation of the sacraments here it is done mon secretly by emissaries who pass the word from city to city who it is that shall be voted In 1800 the pro portion of Roman Catholics in the United States was one in in 1880 it was one in In that eune year the proportion of Protestants was one in Fourteen it k now one in One in one in that ie the handwriting on the wall that terrorize politicians and makes journalists SOT CHICAGO I must Your free independent west will not brook nor fear nor and make my best bow to the Chicago journals who have fearlessly said what was right to say on thii vital subject Do you know how far the danger has gone Not a single diipatch leaves Washington for a foreign country that is not revised by a Catholic What says the Bucyclopsdia that disinterested j of the Jesuit college And thera is a Jesuit college at Washington with behind I is a naked sword with its hilt at Rome aid its point Half of the Jesuits are here among Burned out of expelled from South they are here in our loved land of liberty at ever at It is hard to arouse We hive an overweening confidence in the protec tion of tbis is their And the sword k at work behind the It k that letter of Bishop Lynch to Lord Randolph that the church now selects who shall be premier in and will soon say who shall be president of the United Now let me quote to yon from some of the textbooks thev use ia the parochial Bishop of has published a Bible Hiitorv te Which is Added a Compendium of Church for the Use of Catholic Schools ia the United Listen To Catholics k due the discovery of nearly all the valuable inventions we Carefully it will be that with the exception of the steam engine and little that is really new has been discovered except by Cath That k the your Hosor And now from Badlicri Ixceliior Introduc tion to Geography listen to this What can yon say of Jamil mission aries in Canada the history Of their labonk connected with ui y celebrated town ia the annsJii of French What says the hk on thk subject Not a cape was turned nor a tan entered but a Jesuit led the What was the first settlement in New England states a A Jesuit missionary Mount Desert was the or to their good of society de that there should be means to now there k no by equivocation or re largely end improperly permitted to uM ftulV Qfttk in a theft It M In order that a thaftahould be looked upon as re Irtrreryitmustbe ot the value of one franc for the and a little less for the who live from day to thrw or four trance for moderately rich shout six or seven francs for rich of extreme or nearly be the cause of it can we steal an object of great or a large if we an in need of it The first one snswers No the mon probable ana more provided the rich one k not by that to needful situation the poor onetake only what he their frightful propositions marriage aad and I react i across the centuries to J lashes on the Jesuitical brother end system an even mon deserved Cook used cogent argu ments against the exclusion and for the retention of the Bible as a work givins the history of one who spake as never man spake the highest type of morality history furnishes us to offer to growing He devoted considerable time to the unscientific and dangerous doctrines of which he declared almost as bad as those of He advocated strongly that journalists and lecturers should strive for Sanator Edmunds proposed amend ment to the national constitution provid ing for nonsectarian and par ticularly for its third proviso that noth ing in thk act shall be construed to ex clude the Bible from the public He strongly advocated the reestablish ment of the old Massachusetts test The remedies against Jesuit aggression in the he declared to be that the state should know and say what should be taught in the public and should supervise and inspect the teach ings of all private Tsw Bank of A mcrlu at Philadelphia April Bank of America has suspended payment The news of suspension did not occasion much surprise as it was known in cer tain quarters there had been a heavy drain on the institution all The branch offices in different parts of the ity were shut up simultaneous ly with the closing of the main establishment There are twelve of these branches scattered over the out lying districts aad the deposits are said to amount to The bank is closely allied to the Insurance company of America and other financial institu tions of this city aad todays suspension which k oclv temporary due to rumors set afloat affecting the credit of Presi dent McFralane of the Insurance com A GROCERY HOUSE April The grocery house of Davis Murphy the largest in the city has It is expected the creditors will be paid in full lUietleB Fraud IB April sensation of the hour in political circles k the discov ery by the states attorney of gigantic election fnuds in the twentyfourth the same ward in which frauds were committed in and in connec tion with which Mackin was sent to the In the registry lists the states attorney has discovered over fifty fictitious of the men who voted them illegally are under arrest and warrants for thirtyfive more are The frauds were committed in the aldermanic election a short time It k asserted over four hundred fictitious voten csst ballots in the Twentyfourth Thk evening several more arrests were including Mike a quite prominent local democratic Theyll Tfeatr Special to Tna April a stalwart young fanner ofWilcox township and Miss Florence a Cuxom of the same vicinity were married at the county clerks office thk by a justice of the They can tell their children that they were married in one of the old courthouses in and one with which k connected much important state on on By the What people made Permanent smtinfiaasschuaettsiiSoT The Pilgrim Hen k a flat settlement ot New Jesuit one in but the u e permanen seeaea the Pilgrim Fathm yon honorl It k two hundred which would destroy rale of and would Mayer Orrat April A letter was read in the senate today from Mayor Grant in which he asks for a special committee to investigate the mat ter brought out before the Fassett inves tigating committee in New York city re Ha complained of not being notified of the session by the committee and not being given an opportunity to defend A April Warden Durston made a test of the electrical machinery thk afternoon for hk own A sixweeksold calf weigh ing 160 pounds was the When the volt meter regktond one thousand the switch was thrown and the calf died instantaneously with but one tremor ol the Blst Heeie fey April At least wen lost by the recent failure of the Keystone Watch Club company and Atcbkon jewelen of thk and the Keystone Staadaad Watch Manufacturing company ot April grand fox hunt has been in progressnear Basco for two days past Silas Lionbarger with his dogs k leading the Two fine ani mals were captured yesterday and the hunt wffl continue until tonight A large crowd k in pursuit Basaie with rifles yesterday between union and nonunion fishermen on the Columbia river about miles from one man wu kffled and another fatally womidtd sad a third seriously hart Burlington and Quiney railway depot at SSplacr wu intered by thieves last BJgfcTCoMideTable express matter and a sum ot wen toa Awfl had been arrested for horse was lynched by vigilante i POUT TO I HUGE LiKI he twice Department Preparing for Situation Among the Packing ef Bloodshed in April Chi cago will witness a huge demonstration of workingmen in the eighthour cause under joint auspices of the trades as sembly and central labor Some of the organized leaders predict that fifty thousand people will march in the but this k probably an ex ceasiva The conservative labor that thirty thousand eboringmen wffl ba in About one hundred trade organizations wffl take part besides a large number ot mkcel aneous The parade will form on the West Side and march through some of the principle streets to the South Side and to the lake where it k proposed to hold an enormous outdoor mass ith speakers stands at three Lifter en t Mayor Cregier aad four of the county judges have been asked to speak but it k not yet known whether they will do Oae novel esture of the parade will be three or our hundred women and girl tailor who recently organized for the eight hour They mostly work in mall shops in the northwest section of he The line will be headed by the carpenters and of whom fully ten thousand will THS JfBOBIiSSft AgrmnMBt Baaehcd BCIWMB aad BOBMM April committee of few Bouses association and the striking carpenters mat this morning to further consider the terms of the proposed agreement for the resumption of lit the close of its session President OConnell of the carpenters council laid sn agreement had been reached upon all points of difference except that it had been agreed to submit hese to Each side will choose a disinterested citizen and they will choose a third for this President OConnell adds that work will robably be resumed next Judge Tuley was selected as arbitrator y the strikers and Judge Driggs by the Thesa two judges selected Fudge McCoanell as the third An invitation was extended tonight the Master Carpenters association to take part in the arbitration and agree to ibide by the Should the invita tion be accepted an amicable settlement of the entire difficulty would be almost THE SITUATION AMOJfG THE April Journal has made a careful investigation into the situation among the employes in the reat packing houses at the stock It finds there are two one led by Frank president of their and the other by George a well known labor The former Favors a strike and the latter opposes it The result so far has been to put off de cided action in either Careful nquiry leads to the conclusion that at the outside one thousand men will strike and it is not believed the number will exceed five There are from If teen thousand to thirty thousand men employed at the stock yardsA few men here and there in Morris Swiff s houses quit work this morning but the desertion did not interfere with the progress of the The International Packing House was shut down as a pro cautionary About fifty gas fitters and machinists at Armours struck this afternoon for the eighthour They went toother bouses and endeavored to get men but without This evening the indications are that there will be a strike of the butchers and coopers but it is not yet learned what proportion of them will go It k asserted by some of the papers that many of the men do not want to The police have made all arrangements for taking charge of the district if the strike takes place to guard against any possible Representatives from all the packing houses held a consultation this afternoon and decided that the employes might strike if they No attention was paid to the demand of the packing house laborers union for an eighthour day and increased The coopers were notified that no alteration in the working hours will be A DEMONSTRATION IN NEW NEW April to the authorities at local headquarters of the socialistic labor there will be an extensive demonstration Arrangements have been made for a parade of twenty thousand men from fifty five different labor Then will be no parade of the whole force in a but each organization will march from its own hall to Union where a mass meeting will be WILL LAY DOWN THEIR TOOLS April master carpenten have resolved to refuse the increase of wages asked and in conse quence the journeymen carpenters in the city belonging to the United Brother hood of Carpenters and Joiners will lay down their took BUILDERS ACCEDE TO THE April prin cipal builders of thk city have concluded to accede to the carpenten demands for nine hours and two dollars a COAL STRIKE AT April one thousand coal miners in the vicinity of Peoria went out on a strike tonight for eightyfive cents per They have been receiving seventytwo and onehalJ They also ask that the companys stores be One hundred union carpenten aad three hundred street la borers will strike for nine hours tomor WILL STRIKE AT April carpenten have finally decided today to strike for eight honn and the thirty cent Two thousand men are DKJCAVD THE COLUMBUS April strike of the railroad coal miners ot thk district win take place nnTnes the Columbus scale k granted by the opera Several thousand men an con Knights of was asked by the as sociated press to night for his views on the labor demonstrations through the country Powdertysaid he had always favored the eight hour although at the same time opposed to the Methods advocated to bang it about The Knights of Labor also endorsed it he understood it tomorrows lemonstratioits were to convince he public that the labor element was in favor of shorter hours for totaav It had been frequently alleged movement was simply for effect and that the workmen did not realty favor After the demonstration tomorrow it k to be hoped there be no untruecharges of the The plan whieh I recommended to the general as continued was to reduce the honn of labor onehalf an hour each year till the eighthour system could be obtained with ten hours This has been adopted by the Union Pa cific Railroad company and in three yean heir men will be working eight honn The American federation of abor is concentrating its efforts in favor of carpenten just now and if they suc ceed it wifl ba a great gain to labor Ton will see that the eight hour law ia a most righteous one when yon rssRcmber men canperfora between the honn of eight and twelve in the morning more labor with implements of he present than two men could perform u two days rf one hour more with imple ments used forty yean the solution of the whole problem will when the laborer shares the profits if his as he will be then working or He can labor eight or ton as he may April Bam1 Gompen oTthe American Federation ot in an Interview today said Our executive council has asked every except the carpenten and to stay at work and not demand When flghtk over the minen wfll tkei flgmt for eight and soon nn taaniSteadeEtr attoa have gained c rights of the working cimknaaa April authorities hroughont France an continuing their nergetic measures to prevent any dia orbances The police con tinue to arrest anarchists in this city who are suspected of being connected with the plot to inaugurate a revolution by means of Among those just taken into custody s a Roumanian named who k the author of the revolutionary placards loated about the It is rumored that Louise the wellknown i has been arrested at Several of the Pvia papers state that he duke de Luynes will be arrested in onsequence of the discovery by the po ice at the residence of the marquis de lores of papers implicating him in the plot of de Mores and his friends to pro laim the duke of Orleans as king of private secretary 3 the marquis de who was ar ested on suspicion of being implicated n the has been discharged com The Italian who was arrested for inciting men to will be expelled from fhe Two cavalry regiments have been sent o Vincennea from Fontainbleau aad THE CZAR SCARED April cartridges lave been diitributed among the troops n and around and trains have been ordered to be in readiness for a trompt transferrsl of should they be It Is reported here that the czars sud den return from Gatchina to Peters burg was due to warnings that hk life might be endangered even though then wen no labor demonstra Emperor William has been advised to be absent from Berlin but he refuses to THE EKFEROR AND THE April fears are entertained regarding coming events in Westphalia aad Sax At Potsdam the garrison has been ordered to remain within the It k reported that the emperor to General Caprivi If the mob should prove menacing I shall play Richard to their Wat A COLLISION WITH THE THE April the meeting of fourahousand working men ioday a collision occurred with the po aid several working men were bad ly hurt AND TSB Tha Chaarlaad at tha to BetaMteh April pope k said to feel deeply chagrined over the failure to establish regular diplomatic relations with for it is now conceded that Lord Salisburys government will take no steps in that although desirous of maintaining friendly rela tions with the 8UXD JOB IMOIHES SERIOUS BBE1I ffl THE EIlflOBY WOSI3 II A Narrow Escape tor the Wo A Toung Ladys Sensation at Matters Iowa Special to THE April serious break occurred in the government dam across the narrow channel east ot Rock Island yesterday morning and it has been widening all day At the place named the government buflt a solid stone dam a number ot yean The head of water thus provided for nished power for the arsenal buildings and for many of themanufacturing con cerns of the city of On the was broken and went out with a That same year the government repaired it in temporary manner by placing above it a composed of a aeries ot 37 cribs supporting a watertight facing of This again furnished the waterhead as Last summer the work of repairing the permanent dam was begun In addition to thk bulk head a ccffar dam was built some dis tance below and the water in the in tervening space was pumped out Then the foundation was laid for the stone Work was suspended last fall after one course of sixteeninch stone had been The men were getting things in readiness again for tho resump tion of operation when this second break The watchman on the bulk head about five ocloek Tuesday that there was a little bubbling at the end of the and gave the In eight minutes after the rush A large section of the earth went out The bulkhead stood but through the crevasse the water rushed with gnat and the gap steadily I is now fully one hundred and fifty feet wide and running a The coffer dam below was also swept away for at least three hundred feet of its length and will have to be replaced before work can be Full reports of the disaster have been made to Washington and the work of repair ia now in How long it will take or how much it will cost are The damage is now figured at but mav run far above The break lowers the water head so that the water power that runs the mills and factories in Moline is greatly impaired If the break had taken place in working hours a force of forty or fifty men would have been caught in the flood and swept JMJT POWDKB IN Sea Aecldian to an Iowa SUrl White PrcparlnK for Her FORT April Lizzie a pretty young lady of this was the victim of a horrible accident while preparing for her wed ding yesterday Miss Warner emptying a trunk in which to pack her She threw the rubbish contained in it into the A package containing a pound of gunpowder went into the stove with the and MissWarnnrs arms and chest were badly burned and her hair singed entirely The girl may bat will be badly She was to have been married TELK TIUX Tsw NeVr IB TraBSite Over HlltoBRMwMt HEW April grand jury has just handed in indictments against Joseph John Julius Chambers and James Graham of the New York World for criminal libel of exJudge The World for some time has been publishing sensational articles regarding Judge Hiltons relations to the Stewart also vague insinuations against the character of Stewart On the 23d instant Judge Hilton wrote District Attorney at length calling attention to these articles and saying oe would not think of dignifying them by bringing civil suit fer Had they been con fined to libelling he should have treated them with contemptuous says the when they malign the memory of my dear friend and whose name was nnown for high perfect integrity and unquestioned personal I owe it to his memory that such shameless and wanton beside whom robbers of his grave were gentle men of refinement and should be brought to answer at the bar of public It is with that purpose in view that I write this letter and send these papers that you may exhibit these libels to the grand jury for such action as they mar Graham and Chamben gave baU this Putietzer and Cockerell an out of the city on a The pleasant effect aad the perfect safety with which ladies may use the liquid fruit Syrup of der all soeditions make it their favorite It k pleasing to tho eye and to the yet effectual in acting the liver and I bought a fifty cent bottle of bertains Pain Baha aad applied it to my which have been afflicted with rheumatism at intervak for one At the time I bought the Pain Balm I was unable to I can tmthtuDy say that Ian Balm has completely cured msLJL the leading druggkt at vouchee for the truth of the above statement Vat satobyaadrag AB Attuspt to Barn a V Ding April attempt was made at an early hour yesterday morning by an incendiary to destroy the large wholesale drughouse of Wyant in this The damage by flre and water amounted to about covered by After the flames were extinguished it was found that the carpet in one corner of the room had been saturated with kerosene and that a door had been forced open to an adjoin ing in which a joint of gaspipe had been broken and the room filled with with the evident expectation that when the fire reached this room an ex plosion would There k no clew to the THBEB PEBSOKS BURKED TO April home of William near Curber land Gap was burned last night his wife and one child perished in the Six other children escaped ia their night A Special to THB April 80 sensational suit has been commnnced iu the inpreme court for May by Bensielaer a prominent Union county claim ing damages of Fred prominent in the sum of for The alleged seduction of Lucinda the plaintiffs The wife was granted a divorce several months April 30 Frank Victor Dunbar and George aged about inmates of the Iowa reform nchool at Kdora were poisoned by eating raw wild Hayes and Dunbar are now out ot dan but Mercer is yet quite low and may not Oflwn New FORT April directors of the Fdst Madkoa and Des lately fear ing that legal complications might arise from the election of officers in met here and held another election at fellows ot Chicago vies ft ot Chi cago L WUteaaaav of Cedar Rapids of 8t Paul of Cedar Rapids of The capital stock was lacnsesd to eV April annual stoak holden meeting ot the Union Paette company was held thk Tha only change was the election aa director of Marvin of the Chicago aad Northwestern to succeed the late David WILL REDUCE RATES ox LIVE April 3O The Wi Freight sssodationhatdeddedtoi the rates on Ova ttoek between and Chicago from twenty flve to 1 one cants on of April aaTem employed at Swiff s   

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