Burlington Hawk Eye, September 30, 1890

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Burlington Hawk Eye (Newspaper) - September 30, 1890, Burlington, Iowa BURLINGTON HAWK-EYE. j5TABU$HkD; JUNE, 1839.) Jill pass it to day. l, [0nference Report on the Tariff^ Considered by the Senate. ——-- f    Measures    Passed—Tlie ^>u,|'b*'r ' rrrs to Hie UonSerenoe Ke- " ' ,ri    DelUIcuey 1)1 Bal-" n*b»«igton Ne"**. BURLINGTON. IOWA. TUESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 30, I HIM). (PRICE: 15 CENTS PER WEEK. wa mark Mi provide " f I " po. I, ,V request. pres ,fl>r i U<‘ payment ...ii appin-aiious referred. >ena0‘ U«iH. srate> to certain —In tin •ated a of Ii led senate bill to anears of "inee J aly assent of leases of Choctaw na- ivinsr the It ‘    ....... *cai min* in the r ‘l:    '    oa-sed. ‘....pn-sident presented the reso-annual eutiferenee of the lu’,,‘l,7.’\ I .:-conal church held at De-JU " ‘    both houses of congress tr" ,!' 1'frem holding any session for t«r' ,‘1 1    ti,.* Sabbath day: referred on education and labor, report ou the bill for .j :iiers on the Northern Pa-.,1 indemnity land was pre- ^.^u.rnthe ,1,,-cemr.itt" The conftT* ie list- reiieJ •iso railr* .**1 and agreed to. . <,ri.|:,v report on the deheien- ■ iii* cone ii1 wa' prison ted. As the bill passed 0    ..-    it    appropriated    231,OOO. tm had in* reused the amount, by r^-i* making it *7.875,000. This , reduced in conference to $6,-The largest item in the roduc-that for the French spoliation STC Henderson, the bill missed ....    .    . **• * ->;piy Lh.v'dt, Among the items stricken out of the general deficiency bill in the conference a 1 bound ary0 | j n ebTtwrn • "'n * lh and South Dakota, 320,000    <    U ’I"he senate amendment was concurred in to Hit house bill granting leave of absence to Clerks and employes of first and second class postoffices. The amendment ex tends the benefits of the measure to emu oyes in th.. k j1(    n°    mail    bag    repair The conference report on the bill to increase the efficiency of the signal corps of the army and transfer the weather service to the agricultural department was agreed to. On motion of Payson, of illinois, the senate bill wa> passed extending for one year the time for the payment by settlers on public lands in cases of drought. The senate joint resolution was passed requesting the secretaries of '•tate, war, treasury and navy departments to submit to congress propositions for the enactment of a law of the recomim libation of th** international marine conference. On motion of Caldwell, of Pennsylvania, the bill was passed to prevent tin- desecration of the United States flag by printing thereon of any painting or advertisement". Tim house then took a recess. tin* evening session being for the consideration of bills reported by the committee on Indian affairs. At the evening session tin- bons a few senate hills. passed \no*her matter which occupied el' gatK-n1 u re; irrigation. Th* agreed to -th-? provision f J V tho conferree*' time was the item J,iM.n for explorations and invest!-aru to artesian wells and anianUment had been at . the house eonferreos that that appropriated complete the work and those sioheeonipl-ted by the first of duly The report was agreed to. (•rent e en the tariff bill was Minted alai read a, a ngth. \idrich sa id the conference report ified by it. were printed •*mii any further ex planarias necessary he hoped I lie atilt- to reach a vote Tri Mr. iii bill, ffi0' 6d he did not c OC of proc; lie senate worn the report earl) tnt' afternoon. Mr. Morgan -a j, dated by tin republican conferrees ,ah houses had many new features v:    neither    house nor senate had voted but it w'as irnpos ,    cf    changes. was to discuss si Dies on which bi- don the pr fuanu-d. ti the course the tariff bill as utile to go into a All that could iii a general way the measure wa" of his speech Morgan f n, of Raise as the new Cobden and ,jf th,- pr> 'ideut a- a resurrected John Bright. The amendment offered bv lh-to atry nut the reciprocity ideas of tilt* president aud Blaine had been voted for by every democratic senator and voted against by .-.cry republican. That a ne* ti d in ell I had ..ceil, in every substan-jfe]sense, an amendment to Blaine. No aa.ei.duicnt    ueiitly reported from toe r.iiaaee committee had been intended ie -ippiut.t and overlie it. The latter wa. a va :nation given to the body of the bi;: in erder to f >rcsta!l the fatal virus of free train wh h Blaine had intended. It was sad that any American statesman should so undervalue the common vi,st if Amel u an- as to pretend that he we iii principle a protectionist, while he n< openly adv cating free trade with ewry nation that would admit American products free of duty. He said the reei-pf.i.ity section was unconstitutional. Sherman defended the section as the pm pies whit h had been the other statutes and sup- BOING EFFECTIVE WORK. What i* Ut-iiig Done by the National Republican Congressional Committee. \\ A-'HiNt. ion. Sept. g'.i.—'The national republican congressional committee is doing effective work. The confidence and zeal of the managers is growing daily, and the congressional committee, as a result, art* entering into such systematic work as has not been done since Hie ; time of Zachariah Chandler. It was a ; shrewd move of Chairman Belden, the j other day. to have a photographer come into the gallery of the house after th** democrats had absconded. The country will be treated to a picture of congress in session with the democratic side of tin* house empty, save one man, and the republican scats all lilied, with possibly half a dozen exceptions. The committee is circulating a large amount of literature. Maine was flooded with tariff and labor documents, and go,(too copies of Reed's record on tilt* rules was distributed in his district alone. A vast number of Dunnell's speech on the tariff and the farmer are being put out, and also of Gwen's speech on pensions. Senator MeMillian has ordered ten thousand copies of th** latter's speech to be distributed in Michigan. IOWA AGAIN HONORED. .John N. Irwin of Keokuk Niiiniimlr*! Uuv-eruor of Arizona. Washington, Sept. ‘go.—Among til** nominations sent to congress to-day by th** president was that of John N. Irwin. of Keokuk. Iowa, as governor of Arizona. Other nominations were as follows: Member of the new continental railway commission, Alexander J. Cassan of Pennsplvania: Geo. M. Pullman, of Illinois; Henry G. Davis, of West Virginia. Smith A. Whitefield, of Ohio, first assistant postmaster general, .las. I.. Bell, of Pennsylvania, second assistant master general. IOWA POSTMASTERS. post- i Mr [cat c r- ’.‘ii j ported by ... .rt'. while Carlisle and ILruan argued against it. .dr. Morgan having referred to Sher-tii c: • n-eut lett*-*- to Erast us Wirnan, SiiiTuiiin said the statements therein veep coils stent with the position he a Air- held—-that it was by mutual I-.*'alien, not by treaties, that th** pr-.. 'y im asiires could be carried A' th* im* of Morgan's speech a :■ ii val led for a vote on the confer-. : ;.i!j.' . Tin" was opposed by Cock-rt wL<* su:-i Car. sle desired to speak. ' .va- somewhat indisposed to-day. Aidrich asked mammon." consent to bm ,i vo:.* a; f., sr o'clock to-morrow, but Cockrell objected. Mr. Sherman addressed th** senate in ChHiigen >l:t*It* in Iowa for the Week fending September .*' . [Soecia: to The Hawk-Eye.I Washington, Sept. 27.—The following postoffice changes were made in Iowa during the week ending September 27: Postmasters Appoin i hi*—Confidence, Wayne county, JauiesE. ii ancon: Suton. Woodbury county. I). S. Phiilips: Mid-dlefield, Buchanan county. A. J. Haz.el-rigg: OI ie, Keokuk county. John ' Bottger: Paris, Linn county. Jacobs. Dottier; Ryan, Delaware county, J. A. Thomas Dgconti ne Kl*—Peace. Cedar county. GENERAL WASHINGTON NEWS. uni general rn* ret lotion. Sonu bill were low, but ossibil ity    of we lo suit ev Imved the now la ijf prosperity to to the reel proc! nothing :u*w in Ast ' ._ar he fro* >uear up ti in the belief th grades would ei without bavin faeries. A" t* its manufactur Avantage of minded grossly of *ri much as other human farmers, in taking ad-:i market prices. In tan expressed the hope lurers would avoid those a ti p ilar discontent and the principle of of the provisions of too high. some lo* admitted the framing a measly interest. lie bevy, mid be tile beacon the w hole country. As tty feature there wa> ■ In* idea of reciprocity, would given th** people Ne. 20 Dutch standard, some t>t tin* higher ; <*r into th** consumption I ' passed through the re-:iffier twine he had felt j r- had probably taken j - in* opportunity and de- i unreasonable prices, but ’Qty had don* kina# did. ** 'anlace of ti, -*>n**11i>ioii sn blat the ma auf lr cs ihat cav would iiixite fair competition and give ■He people th** benefits thereof and of h-aper prodm-tion. lf they did not do "* ti* would be a> ready to vote for the ■ pea. of the bi a' he was now ready to ’•ole for it. Mr. Paddock said he must vote against H'* conference report: he could not eon-*'■**■'this great economic problem as one a.ur.cy j,,-,:,;fa Rs nature. affecting ^A did the interests most vital to his ■^mediate constituency and the entire ,K"'_ He 'lei.iii not attempt to state ■ his objections to the report, but 'baud draw particular attention to the s' on of the committee on the sugar ' !* ':;.A1 and its retaliation to the other ;!V Td interests in the bill. He crit- ■'* : I he treatment given the beet sugar • "rt'' and said it was not pleasant to ";u''Hipline r>r did it particularly in- Uc* the setiator from the state where a •‘ cg and must promising commence-^,‘a^ be«*n made in til** development '• >uch an industry to vote for th** re- • /* He sincerely hoped the report A;"y !i°l b** adopted and that a new ‘■T'Tenee would he ordered. ‘ inference report was then laid i-1' e iii forma', y without action. be conference report on the bill open--'’b settlement a portion of the Fort Oja a,, null:,try reservation in South presented and agreed to. y r*;Hoar presented a r»*port from the ■ictiee on resolutions twhich was declaring the senators from ‘ - -ia ami Wyoming entitled t*> com-f n>ation from the date of admission of >taun>. i',ri Morgan offered a resolution aKrt*d tu) calling on the ^ '‘b*‘nl ‘rn* copies of all orders and in-f'‘ u,'bons since March I. respecting the via 1,0,1 of the fur seal fisheries in Th u°r IU‘hrink sea. th*- •*' se bill defining the duties of tv r^eant-at-arms was passed. 1 ndivicinal pension “ a:    'v,‘re    taken up aud passed Iuveittigating the Cliargps \j;;ti*i«t Hoiiho C<>iiiiiiis"i')ii«*r \Vli**Hl. Washington. Sept. 20. In the invts-i ligation of th** charges against Fostmas-t**r Wheat to-day th** most important testimony was given by William E. Bradley, who said young Wheat a'k**d him if he want' d to make some money by being sworn in in place of th** man who was expected in a few days. This man s name wa* Denny, ll** was simply to have his name on the roll, Wheat doing the work. Wheat told him he would not even have to come to the office and would receive >5 for the trouble of being sworn in. At the end of March Ie* drew something over '*>7. all of which except sr, lie turned over to Walter Wheat. Young Wheat also got Representative Caswell to indorse his application for a place in tie* government printing office. At the end of April he was still on the rolls in place of another man named Ham. This tim** he drew *'.»*>.07. In accordance with the wish of young Wheat he kept this money for a week. He then settled with young Wheat, retaining SIO. Finally be was discharged by the postmaster. Representative Caswell called th** attention of the committee to the aet making an appropriation for the house postoffice, and contended that its phraseology gave the postmaster absolute right to the >5,000 appropriated for carrying mails. Walter Wheat, the postmaster’s son, testified he did most of the work of which Bradley was accredited, and was entitled to th** money he received. bills on the ‘°Ry-four ^bourne d. iu twenty-five minutes.) THE HOUSE. Ciufe Was re«i**e Report on the General Deli* ieiu-y Hill Agreed to. ne s’ H!n,,To*n* Sept. 29.—In the house re?,ffi’,;a^er Presented a bill to define and ‘Ate the jurisdiction of United courts with the senate amend-iheti” r(,t?* After some discussion Mi i^a> a'^ as*do temporarily. th** ’ ;^lulprson, of Iowa. submitted reports on the general buetiey bill. ag.,.  .....  it tales blent' Deserting Washington. Washington, I). C.. Sept. 29. The members of the house of representatives, are now leaving the city, sine** the tariff bill bas passed, and it is expected that there may be lack of a quorum even as early as to-morrow. It is not probable, however, that anybody will raise th** point of no quorum, since a majority of the absentees are democrats. There were onlv sixty-live democrats here a week ago and many have departed since that time. It is doubtful whether there are twentv-tive democratic members now in the city. They ar** hastening home to look after their political fences, and, while the republicans are equally anxious to get away, the responsibility for pending legislation will keep the most of them here until adjournment. Mr. Wade is the only Missouri republican who has gone home, and to-morrow afternoon the only Missouri democrat remaining in the city will bo Mr. Heard. Mr. Hatch, the other one now here, win leave for home to-morrow morning. Some of the Missouri democrats are evidently alarmed concerning th*1 in their respective districts, left several days The indications adjourn on Thursday of tins w* which event Saturday will see nearly all the members either at way.    ___ Blaine Very Much pleased. Washington. Sept- 29.—Mr. Blaine returned last night from Bar Harbor. inst after the house of representatives had voted his reciprocity amendment into the tariff bill. and he say> that no incident in all his long career ever gave him so much satisfaction. He sees in the amendment an opportunity to greatly increase the markets for United States products ^    _ soon as the bill is approved by the president he will get to work ating treaties with tral American nations. I invited first, as that i    , I Ions, and then the others in their order Mr. Blaine never looked better of Washington’ just now is :1 v«*rv uncomfortable changeful the pure ozone of Bar Harbor, Speaker Heed Coming Went. Washington. Sept. 29,-Speaker Reed will make a few speeches in the west during the present campaign. Ile has promised to make one speech in “Billy’’ Masons district in Chicago, and also one in Mi. Cannon s district He will also speak in Mr. Henderson’s distrii t in the northwestern part of the state, and he will address the Iowa republicans just across the river in Mr. Gear's district. The dates ii ave not be**n finally arranged, but it is probable that Speaker Reed will go west some time between the loth and loth of October. He will first go to his home in Maine for a couple of days upon the adjournment* of congress, and will then enter the canvass, beginning probably in Mr. McKinley's district in Ohio. Will Look Alter the Workingmen. Washington, Sept. 29 The president to-day promised the labor committee when congress adjourned he would give consideration to the eight hour law and would insist upon its strict, enforcement in the government buildings. He expressed himself earnestly desirous of furthering the interests of the workingmen. Illinois Census Figures. W \sinn<.t*>.\, Sept. 29.—The census bureau to-day announced th** following figures in Illinois tow ns:    C anton 5,589, increase 1,827: Galesburg 15.212, increase 1,775; Moline 11,995, increase 3,195. Monmouth 5,837, increase "37: Peoria 40;785, increase 11,499; Rock Island 13.-59*>, increase 1.957. Secretary Spaulding's Ruling. Washington, Sept. 29.—Assistant Secretary Spaulding made a ruling to-day 1 hat goods entered for immediate transportation and for which permits of livery may fie issued before the proposed new tar ff law takes effect, may be entered for consumption on their arrival ai th** interior port at th** present rate of duty. The Approprlations ol Congress. Washington. Sept. 29.—The appropriations made bv the first session of the fifty-first congress were s:*,61,311,503. The permanent annual appropriations for til** year 1890-1891. amount to >101,-028,453: making a grand total for the year of S 102,939,950, an increase over the Fiftieth congress of SIO,313,OL:. The Fan-American F.xpenses. Washington, Sept. 29.—Til** secretary of stat** to-day sent th** senate a statement of disbursements from the appropriation for the expenses of the late Pan-American conference. The appropriation was $125,000 and th** expenditures >121.979, the balance being turned into the treasury. The President** Western Trip. Washington, Sept. 29.—The preffi-dent will leave Washington next Monday for the purpose of attending Grand Army reunions at Galesburg. Illinois, on the sth proximo, at Ottumwa, Iowa, on the 9th. and at Topeko. Kansas, on lh** loth. M out ana’s Population. Washington, Sept. 29.—The population cif Montana is 131.769, an increase of 92,010. HONORING HYNES. A Complimentary Dinner at Hie Palmer House—The Irish truest iou. Cm* ago. Sept. 29.—At the Palmer house to-night a complimentary dinner was given to W. J. Hynes, the well known Chicago lawyer, who has fora long time taken a conspicuous part in I fish affair" in this country, aud who has inst returned from a visit to Ireland. The dinner was given by M. E. Stone, W. K. Sullivan, John IL Walsh. Judges Prendergast and Moran and a number of other friends of Mr. Hynes, over one hundred in all. Iii the course of the after-dinner speech llyii**> gave a reviewer his observations in Ireland aud said he met no marl of national sentiment" in Ireland who had not implicit faith in Parnell and confidence in the ultimate " ii * * * * e " - of his movement to secure home rule. No on**, he said, who had made a personal visit to Ireland aud seen the condition of the people could regard the absentee landlord a" anything but a bird of prey. Speaking of th* failure of th** potato crop, he "aid. from personal observation, he knew there was no exaggeration in the report and that absolute ! starvation followed a failure of this crop. ! In conclusion, Hynes '•puke of the uni form courtesy and consideration with which he had been received by members of parliament and those prominent in the Irish cause. _ EIGHT MEN KILLED. TerriUW* Wreck Caused l»y an Operator’s Carle^Hiiess. Zanesville. O., Sept. 29.—About one o'clock Sunday morning a most disastrous freight wreck occurred on the Baltimore and Ohio near Pleasant. Valley, a | ffiiurt distance west of this city. Orders j were given east and west bound freight.--to pass at Black Hand, but Operator Realty at, that place failed to deliver th** j order to th** eastbound train. Later Ie* saw hi" mistake and telegraphed the operator here that there would he a j wreck pretty soon, and left his post. He ! is a mere boy. Boah engines aud a number of cars lilied with oats, coke and merchandise were piled up in the greatest confusion. Eight men were killed, as follows: John Buckingham, engineer; William Firestone, fireman; Freeman Keller, brakeman: John Cochran, Ben Smart. Gratoit: Glen Bash, Zanesville; George W. Stoneburner. Zanesville; Tom McCrary, not found; one unknown. John Kemp, an engineer, had his ]ejz cut off and Fireman Wilson a hand smashed. Trains are running by th** way of the Pan-Handle between Zanesville and Newark. Those not employed on the train were beatingtheir way from Columbus. The trains met on a sharp curve, and the west-bound train had just emerged from a piece of woods, so that neither was checked in speed. The engines crashed together with awful force, aud the freight cars to the number of twenty-five were piled up to th** height of twenty-five or thirty feet. BIRCHALL WILL HANG. Verdict of the Jury in the Wood-stock Murder Case. The Closing Addresses and the .Judge's Charge to the .J iiry—Intense Interest iii t lie Case—Crowds of Curious Sightseers—Other Crimes. Woodstock, Out., Sept. 29.—At the resumption of th** Birt-liall murder trial this morning some evidence was taken preliminary to the speeches. Samuel Me-Master, telegraph messenger at Niagara Falls, proved th** delivery to Clerk O'Neill at the Imperial hotel of a telegram purporting to be from Benwell to Birehall. O’Neill wa" supposed to deliver th** message to Birchall James Costin, a farmer, testified that he "aw the body of Benwell when found. He came to the conclusion that the body bad not been out in the storm of two nights before, as th** shirt front of the dead man was as white and clean as though no rain or snow had fallen on it. Blackstock put in evidence the register of Hie Metropolitan hotel. New York. showing the names of J. IL Birchall aud wife, T Douglas, IL Felly aiel F. C. eyes. Though interviewing him has been absolutely prohibited, several people have been in to see him. Notwithstanding everything he remains serene and manifests no sign of apprehension. It is impossible to believe that he does not realize that his position is serious. Mrs. Birchall was in the jail visiting her husband. She is apprehensive of th** result and looks st) downhearted that it. is not too much to say she has almost given tip hope even of a disagreement of the jury. The crowds visiting the swamps where Benwell was found have increased, and are now simply enormous. Nearly every house has a chip or branch or wreath of leaves taken from tho spot, and some mementos, such as walking-sticks made of wo*k1 from the swamp, are in great, demand. KILLED HIS DAUGHTER. KILLED HIS SISTER-IN-LAW. An Unfortunate Tragedy That Has Darkened a Country Home. Four Ballet Girl* on a Tear al Ft. Do«tge —A Young Boy ’» Nt rang** Experience Willi Kidnapper* -Death ol a ttal’V from Poison. (Special to The Hawk-Eye.) Des Moine", Sept. 29. - A "hocking tragedy occurred at the country residence of Mr. M L. Devin, seven and quests of hi- many friends and a host of democrats he finally accepted. Mr. hi* h-elbergcr is the beM judge of law of any attorney in th** town and will beyond a doubt be clef ted. The people are very much iissat.isfled with th** weak and incompetent manner that Mr. Sowers, the present democratic incumbent, has conducted the duties of th** office. C. Baughman wa- nominated for com in I "Mom* r, and Thomas Ireland for clerk. 'The ticket i" a strong on**, and one that will draw largely from the opposite ffide WENT THROUGH A BRIDGE. MORLEY S GRAPHIC TALE. He Addresses an immense A adience at St. Helens. Description* ut Hi* To lr of Irel^rxl The >«ooi*-* .it I Ii«• Tippernry Tri*! The I n« site*! for Hriititlityr of th*-Folic** for**ii{i( Not****, one-half mile situation for they ago to enter the canvas. are that congress will of this week, in ii____ home or on the and as 3 presi-at once negoti-t he South and Cen-Brav/.il will be tile most popu- Tlie Prison Congress. Cincinnati, Sept. 29.—There was a long-continued and earnest discussion of the report of Warden Brush in tin* national prison congress to-day. The chaplains in attendance upon the congress have passed resolutions commending those portions of President Hayes' opening speech which set forth tin* theory -hat the community is responsible, morally, for the crimes committed in it. Continued. The favorable impression produced on the first appearance of the agreeable liquid fruit remedy, Syrup of Figs a few years ago has been more than confirmed by the pleasant experience of all who have used it, and the success of the proprietors and manufacturers the California Fig Syrup Company. The President Will tie »t OiDenburg. Ga LESKI’KG, Sept. 29.—A telegram was received here Saturday night staling that President Harrison would certainly be here to attend the brigade reunion if the day was set for the Sth instead of the 7th. This was done at a meeting held last night. The reunion will last three days. bill. After some debate it j says he never felt better in h>" NR ted to, Then, on motion of Mr. I though the damp aud suur> a    *P » and life, al- To Nervous Debilitated Men. lf you will send us your address, we will mail you our illustrated pamphlet explaining all about Dr. Dye’s Celebrated Electro-Vol talc Belt and Appliances, and their charming effects upon the nervous debilitated system, and how they will quickly restore you to vigor and manhood. Pamphlet free. Lf you are thus afflicted we will send you a Belt and Appliances ou a trial.    Voltaic    Belt    Co., Marshall, Michigan. •unwell, all regi'tered in the handwrit- ; ing of the prisoner. This was all til** j evidence for th** defense and th** ad-dfesses of counsel were at once entered upon. During hi" conifers address the prisoner listened eatuly to a1! that wa" said. Blackstock. for the defense, spoke five hour". IL* reflected on the alleged reck-iessness of tile prosecution and the apparently careless manner in which th** witnesses for tin* crown seemed ready to swear away a man's life. His summing up of the evidence was very exhaustive, pointing out defect" in the evidence bearing on Birchall'" innocence, ana discussing til** moral character of ins client. IL* "aid he must admit an utter inability so point out an explanation of th** course observed by Birchall which would he c*>nsisteut with iii" innocence of dishonest purposes. The only explanation of Bir-chall's statements to Felly and Benwell inducing them to come out which Blackstone could offer was that Birchall expected to secure through them money to enable him to go into business aud make good his promises. Ile denounced the manner of conducting tile identification of til** prisoner as disgraceful and appealed to iii** jury to act only on th** <*\i-d» nee before them in making up their minds. The time would come when the mystery surrounding this crim** would be cleared away. He closed with a touching reference to devotion of Mrs. Birchall. offier closed th** case for tin* crown. IL* reviewed th** story in detail arid ana-lized Birchall " negotiations with Benwell into one fact,—the plan to entrap young Benwell to Canada on th** repre-sentations that he knew would be shown to be false the moment he arrived in Canada. The motive was to secure five hundred pound'. He «ietaiU*d Birchall’s dealing' Felly and said tile outcome of all this fraud and deception could be one tiling only and that was Blenheim 'wainp. Look at it all and as you read the correspondence read between lines and you will see there just the simple, awful word, “Murder.’’ The judge in his charge to the jury reviewed tin* many points in the case and at length. He pointed out the dif-ference between direct and circumsail- ’ tial evidence, showing that th** latter j when conclusive was far more reliable. He called attention to til** important fact that Birchall had th** key> to Benwell's baggage and reverted to th** letters I written bx the prisoner to Benwell’s father, lf the £500 wen* sent to the firm as requested in the letter any member of th** firm could claim it. The prisoner speaks of the purchase of anither piece of property and that Benwell would write by the next mail. What was th** object of these letters? Ail was a deception aud the prisoner must have known Benwell would never writ** such a letter to ids father. The condition of th** clothing on the body found, th** judge thought, disproved the theory of the defense that the murder was for plunder. It was significent that 1 every mark on the clothing had been removed and had it not been for the finding of til** cigar-holder Benwell's death would always have remained a mystery. The jury retired at 9:30 and returned at 11:30 with a verdict of guilty of murder in th** first degree. When asked if he had anything to say why sentence should not fie pu>>«**i upon him, Birt hall replied: ••Simply, that I am not guilty of tile murder." 'I ii** judge tin'n said:    “I    fully    concur with the verdict of the jury." and sentenced Birchall to hang on the 14th of November. IN T E11E ST IN THE f A ' E. Woodstock, Ont., Sept. 29.—The excitement created by the Birchall trial throughout Ontario has simply reached fever heat. That this interest is not confined to Hie province is proven by the fact that one cable agency has ordered a verbatim report of the speech of the counsel for the defense and the judge's charge, probably six hours’ rapid talking at leaffi. and also a full report of the. speech of the counsel for the crown. It is estimated that the report will cover at least 40,000 words, and every line of it will be cabled for the use of the English newspapers, making one of the largest dispatches ever cabled from this side. The intention is to have the last word of th** speeches telegraphed into English newspaper offices within fifteen minutes of its delivery here, lf tile present indications may be trusted, the crowd seeking admission to th** court room to-morrow will be ten times greater than ever before. Law yers have poured in from all surrounding cities and even from Montreal. Several officials have come to Woodstock in hopes of hearing the speeches. Blackstock, leading counsel for the defense, has the opportunity of his life, and if he does not surpass his previous brilliant record in addressing this jury his thousands of admiring friends will be much disappointed. Osier, chief counsel for the crown, is not what is usually an eloquent, man, but his power of grasping the strong points of a case and his forcible manner of statement give him the means of presenting the indictment against th** prisoner to the best advantage. Th** judge is all that a judge should be, impassioned and fair, but there are indications that he will charge rather against the prisoner. He may go point blank against him. It is said by one of the lawyers engaged on the same "id** as Blackstock that notwithstanding all that has passed Blackstock looks fora disagreement. There is absolutely good authority for believing he does not hope for a verdict in his favor. An Angry lllinoift Fat lier Commit h Murder anil Nuieide. Peoria. III., Sept. 29.—A most "eu.'a-tional killing affray occurred iii Lacon, Marshall county, about thirty miles up th** river from Peoria this morning. A" a result of it Charles Seifert and Ids daughter Mary ar** dead and the latter'" newly wedded husband is a subject for th** iri"ane asylum. Mr. Seifert and a i young man by the name of Joseph Bax- j ter were both em ployed in th** Lacon woolen mills, and Seifert was th** father of a very handsome daughter. Mary was about nineteen years of age. Baxter very naturally fell in love with her. His love was returned, hut the father was very much opposed to the young man aud forbade til** two having anything i to do with each other. But love always laughs at locksmiths, and is only strength cued by opposition, and the two found ways and means of meeting each other. aud Saturday they slipped out and away and were quietly married at th** house of a mutual friend. Yesterday morning Mrs. Baxter came bom** to a"k forgiveness of her father and "»*ek his blesffing. But I th** old gentleman wa" obdurate and i spurned her from him. As she turned away he rai"***l a gun and tired it at her. blow ing away about half of her head and killing her instantly. Then the other barrel against hi> and ended his own existence. Meanwhile Mr. Baxter had remained on the outside, and when he heard the "hot," fired he entered til** house, and the terrible sight that met his eye" changed him int*) a raving maniac. he placed | not4. own head jn louthwest of here, Sunday. which resulted in Mr. John Devin'" young wife receiving a fatal wound from a revolver. The family, consisting of Mr. and Mr". I.. M. Devin, iii" sons. James and John, and til** latter-' wif*-. were a"seinbh*d in th* diningroom, when I i he youngest of the son". James, picked up a belt containing a revolver from tie table to in "peel it. Iii 'oui** manner tie revolver slipped from the belt. ?*•:! to ; the floor and exploded. Th** ball entered Mr". John Devin's left breast., penetrating her lung, and < lilting an artery Death resulted almost instantly. It wa*** thought unnecessary to hold an inquest, j Til** young husband is almost pro-trated by til** sad accident. Tin* Devin famii> are well know n in society and buffine-" circles of D* " Moine". KIDNAPED AND ROBBED. The "lr mg)' Ad % cut tires ut a Red Oak Iowa, Itoy. Red Oak. la.. Sept. 29. John Biddies, the twenty-year-old "on of a weji-to do farmer living twelve mil**' <*a>t of here, arrived home Saturday morning after a mysterious absence of two days, and t<*I’" a story of highway robbery and kidnap ing that i" a curious contribution to criminal history. On Thursday morning h** left ho.ne to go to the oh! hanks, some ten mile" away, anti oil I hursday evening, when an elder brother, w in) teaching school, arrived home he found a ticking in tit** keyho e of tie* door brother's handwriting, ari l reading as follow':    •alod forgive me. My mind i" failing rn** and I can't control myself. I must leave. I n.u-t work fui Serious Wreck on tile Keokuk and North western at Gifford. [Special to The Hawk-Eye.I ttiKFOKD, Sept. 29. A bad wreck o -curred at a bridge just east of here y>*'-terday afternoon on til** Keoukuk and Northwestern.    A    freight    train    struck 'One* cattle ;<i't it reached th**    bridge. Th** engine wa." thrown from th** tne k. drawing til** ear' with it arid wrecking both bridge and train. The engine wa.-turned upside down Kngineer La:* Morgan wa' quit** seriously injured. Th* rest of the crew jumped and escaped x* t i "built bruises.    A    car of    lime    which went into th** river took fire from tin* 'lacking lime. '***    fir** to    eight    car coal. til*- bridge too wa" damaged < ffidera bl v. THROWN INTO THE RIVER. Five People Take an Involuntary Hat ti and Narrowly Escape Drowning. Keoki k, la., Sept. 29. A tioa’ing cabin, built upon a boat four fee: wide and sixteen feet Tong, wa" capsized arid knocked to pieces yesterday afternoon by hitting a rock a 'hurt distance above rh* bridge, near the Illinois 'hor**. It contained an old man eight y years of age. two young men, a young girl and a baby about a year old, all of them heil g dumped into til** water when the boar overturned. A young man employed til** '»ar<*h factory on th** levee wa- on th** river ti a boat and. hearing tic r erie", went to tie* rescue and succeeded in landing the entire outfit on the bank above th** bridge. London at St lf*- ' entre. JL-experi**re • land. IL* arbitrary iris), aul Dillon w cut- in the platfo hv thf» rjfii John M to a I phi** acc* ■ recent tour trait • -err : <' I W dk. J* A'OU. ii I (hire Th A PECULIAR CASE. Fd. Com. ROBBED A DEAD FIREMAN. Kail road The Work of Ghouls After Wreck in Tennessee. Nashville. Tenn., Sept. 29.—A collision occurred on the Cincinnati Southern railroad, a few miles from Chattanooga, yesterday. Fireman Payne received injuries from which tie hied an hour later A few hours before he had shown his uncle a roll of bills containing $800. When brought back to Chattanooga. there was found on his person but little over a dollar. He could not have deposited the money anywhere and hi"corpse must have been robbed. Christ, a lid in the end wi! meet y< in heaven." The note was ffigncd “John.' an* were added three postscript". “\\ back soon if Christ will let me.” * th** team up and help father." “< is calling me now." 'I ii** young i an to it ll be “Take •Christ man L the orb an i fit- known a" steady arui well balanced his relatives were completely my> by the note and much worried. The young man'" 'tory i" that on the way to the coal banks he met a covered wagon in which were three men. One of them got out a' ie* approached. distance to Red Oak wa" inquired, a> the boy turned hi" head to rep!) found him.-elf facing a revolver. IL* robbed of some money, bound and bi The and y he WU" nd- A HORRIBLE CRIME. Thrown Into :« Barbed-Wire Fence by a Runaway Broncho. Bloomington, 111., Sept. 29.—At Dan- I vers Saturday evening Toad Pennington. a worthless character, got drunk and placed Paul Ramey, a lad of 12 years, upon th** back of a blind bronco. IL* then struck the hors** a blow with a whip. The broncho ran headlong into a barb-wire fence, throwing the boy into the fence. The boy’s thigh was broken and he wa" mangled and lacerated so badly that he must die. Pennington fled on horseback and lias not been apprehended. Anti-llor"e Thief Association. Bl sHNELL, 111., Sept. 29.—The National Anti-Horse Thief association ha" been in session in this city. The president, I). R. Vail, of Iowa, was not present. and ex-President J. W. Hays, of this city, was elected president pro tem. The "ession was opened with prayer by with I the Rev. G. G. Copeland, of the Presbyterian church. The meeting was very harmonious, and did a great deal of bnffi-ne">. The following officers were elected for the ensuing year:    Dr.    Vail,    of    Iowa, preffident; Mr. Coffman, of Kansas, vice president: T. H. Curd, of Missouri, '**e-retary; J. O'. Cadwallader. of Illinois, treasurer. The next meeting of th** { National order will be held at Chanute, j Kansas, on the fourth Wednesday in September. 1891. Tying to Kelt*H«e Schwab. Cm* A«io, Sept. 29.—Judge Gresham this morning took up the application for a writ of habeas corpus for the relea"c from the penitentiary of Michael Schwab. th** anarchist, who was "**nt to Joliet for life. Attorney General Hunt filed a special demurrer setting forth that the allegations in th** petition were insuftici **nt to w arrant th** granting of the prayer of Schwab. Schwab’s attorney asked for time to examine th** demurrer, and the court gave him until two o'clock thi-afternoon. Rhode Inland Colton Anniversary. Provident e, IL I., Sept. 29. — Rhode Island to-day began the celebration of th** looth anniversary of the introduction Into this country of cotton spinning by power by Samuel Slater in th** city of Pawtucket. In commemoration of th** fact that Slater established one of the first, if not th** first Sunday school in America, this morning’s program was a Sunday school exercise. Thousands of children took part in the parade. In the Interest* of the World'* Fair. Chicago, Sept. 29.—Chief Clerk Brackett, of the treasury department, and Commissioner-at-Large McDonald, of California, left to-night for St. Paul and Minneapolis. They will visit the Minneapolis exposition and confer with Hie exhibitors and others in the interest of the world’s fair. Afterward Commissioner McDonald will visit the Illinois stat** fair at Peoria and th** corn palace at Sioux City. I note Dick Will Be There. [Special to The Hawk-Eye.I Aledo, Ills.. Sept. 29.—Ex-Governor Richard J. Oglesby will open the campaign in Mercer county in thi" city on next Saturday. October 4th. Senator O. F. Berry, of Carthage, Illinois, will also be present and address the people in the evening. Thousands of people will bt* present and a big time is expected. Miles’ Nerve end Liver Pills. An Important discovery. They act on the liver, stomach and bowels through the nerves. A new principle. They speedily cure biliousness, bad taste, torpid liver, piles and constipation. Splendid for men, women and children. Smallest, mildest, surest, 30 doses for 25 cents, Samples free at J. H Witte’s drug store folded, and put in the covered wagon. ' One of tin* men took charge of his team, and learning where th** older brother lived, the team wa" left there and the j boy wa" mad** to writ** the note found, j The men took him w ith them, but on the following day when the party "topped for 'Upper the boy mad** his •*' ape. getting away when "eat with on* of th** men to gather firewood. IL found himself forty miles from home. Making hi" way to a railroad "tation he boarded a freight ; train and wa" enabled to reach borne thi-morning. He describes the men and says the wagon i" painted blue on the outside and red inside. Officer" are out after th** men OBJECT TO THE INDICTMENT. De* Moine" “Boodle'’ Aldermen C Dim They Ha**1 X iolateil no I aw. ID" Moines. Sept. 29.—The hearing upon th** demurrer of th** defendant" to tile indictment in the oast* against the “boodling” city aldermen wa- before Judge Kavat.augh Saturday and occupied the entire day, being still unfiniffiied when court adjourned at night. IL V. Smith, Colonel Gatch, and I*. F. Kaufman appeared for the defendant". Fred Lehman presented the stat** ' -ide in a speech of two hour' in length and Mr. Kauff man replied for the aldermen. The hearing xviii be continued to-day. The demurrer is based upon the ground that the indictment charges no crime known to the law-' of th** state. Th** ordinance fixing the amount of compensation provide' no penalty for the acceptance of a ; larger sum. It is ai"** argued that th** Chri'tj VrrC'tfil for Burglar} mitt**)! While in -lad. El.DORA. la.. >**pt. 29.—One of most peculiar cases of burglary tin r* occurred here the other day. Ed. Chr -Ty was put in jail for drunkenn©"". In the jai! wa' a lot of whisky that had been seized bv the "heriff and awaited destruction. Christy broke into the ceil where the whisky wa* and took 'Oin»* of the bottle", carrying them to hi" cell. The sheriff discovered the !o>>. 'earched and found the "toien whisky. IL*re come** the funny part. Christy wa- immediately arrestod on a charge of '(remitting burglary in the day time and bound over in >500 bond", thu- whiJ ing held for a crime committed in while confined on another Chri"ty. in company with anoth oner, ha- -Ire-e made his e- ape still at large. -poke audi-of hts of Ire- r:g the >f the John nstitu-found <unded •<» J to Dr the I,-per-** the nt ti *• max-to whether ; or illegal; at ap{*eared t if Dillon r -’rate **on-c.agi'trate's 2 with the Le vear-of tot an Iri'h - ii!*' conli inea"-tions had •e j lo r**d of the y won Id r V , r 12 ■it al. and st rank". *i for go-rieither ary ne-there *- great arovern--trong . t**d to When •r n2 of ber and rd. He . a- th* h»* mad < addell hi" wa* ’ings he r Eng- the lad wa- * be bar; *r pr and >i a IPX- Major Conder’* 3tir<*?f4*or« DE" MOINE". Sept. 29. — The app' rnent of Major Conger a- min -t** Brazil will necessitate the ejection "Uccessor in this di"tri* t to till hi" n pi red term in <*ongre" Ex-Lieut. Gov. Iiul! will, it is -aid, be the republican nominee for both th** long and the 'hort term, while the opposition may run Senator Barnet a" a Farmer-' A -anne candidate for th** short term and H C. Hargis as democratic candidate for the long term secretary Ru-k at toe Corn Palace. Si.»rx City, la.. Sept. 29.—Se y IL.' vi-ited the corn palace to-day and ex-pr**>"**d surprise at the proportion and beauty. He -aid if it could be reproduced at the world's fair and in connection therewith the exposition of th** growing ; and milling of corn and the preparation of food therefrom it would be one of 1 greatest educator" introduced. uzhed at nent. It *lc\ and h ?o the . . tit tide. believed lefendhig . ir: thre^ was a.- fix'd as he ■e refused -aw a so-gat* - and itll Dillon :ailist th** or with in .po" R >u. and -a xx no d**rtake - would guard n went ii. ated "ii his ly. He •porter •h Hugo D. Cantril, la.. Smith c evening, Domesti cause of lated to Buren c three times and third wife. He a daughter. "init Ii suicide** Sept. 29. — Hugh D. ammitted suicide here Sa’urda;* by 'booting himself in the head. trouble i" alleged to be th** the deed. The suicide wa" re-some of the best families in Van ountv. He had been marrier! ;rt r was divorced from i- survived bx- on** ch member" of a la ti vt* body cannot be prosecuted criminally for any v or act performed in the line of dutie- and ti)** ■••■orts have h* city council is a legislative bod* MADE ROME HOWL. Ute given ‘ablative J that a For the Arrest of it Murderer. [Hpecift! to The Hawk-Eye.) Nevada, la., '"ept. *29.— Parti**' v.-d here this evening from Roland sheriff to arr****! one Ole Johnson, > p ac •ren Moi i't evening "hot Jo ) kill several other? Johnson and tr Ballet Girl" Paralyze ■ pie ot l l. Dodge. >t. 29. This city wa* by the appear-:, in broad day urn’s ballet girls rn" of th** "tag**. dc Rome howl. found who had Calla Cigar Manufacturer* Object. Hayanna, Sept. 29.—The executive board of the Spanish party in Cuba at a meeting to-day decided to send a telegram to Spain pointing out the heavx damage Which the cigar manufacturers here will suffer from the new tariff bill adopted by the United States and asking a" an immediate remedy of reform of the Spanish tariff and negotiations of treaty with the United States. Sleeplessness, nervous prostration, nervous dyspepsia, dullness, blues cured by Dr. Miles’ Nervine. Samples free a* .I H. Witte’s drug stere. Four of Barnum • the Good Pe Fr. Dodge, sept. 29. electrified th** other day anne on a public sir* cl light, of four of Barn drcs'cd ii, the airy costu For a little while they in but finally an officer wa" the courage to take them under hi" wing. They told a pitiful tai**. According to j their 'tory they were hired ii London at a stated salary, on** of th** proc 'ions of the contract being that they should be ! 'cut horn** at th** end of th** season. As j tin* season L draw ing to a clo'** th** gir " say the management i" making a practice of dismissing some of til** girl" in each town for trivial breaches of discipline not noticed early in the year. The di'-charged women ar** all foreigners and penniless. Mr. Barnum'" manager says the girl" were discharged for drunken ness and other disgraceful conduct. POISONED BY A WEED. A Thre**-tf»r.*)l(l Child Dead From l uting StrumxiiMim End*. [8n)*cirt! tx tin* Hawk-Eye.] DK" Moines. Sept. 29. A 'ingular and -hooking cast* of polluting by xvii ' h a little child lost hi" life ha' lust com** to light. Mr. and Mr". Alfred Anderun were th** happy parents of a bright little three-year-old boy. Saturday afternoon the child in company xvith playmates were playing in tile backyard amusing themselves by [lulling up weed- and gin'" ami throwing at each other. Suddenly the little Ander"on boy commenced complaining of a pain in his stomach. Nothing seriou" was though* to be the matter, but a" he grew rapidly worse medical ‘aid was 'mullioned and everything wa" dom* for the little sufferer. The child died in convulsion" yesterday morning. The doctor in <jn«*> Honing the playmate of th** child unearthed the fact that they “were pulling prods off of some weeds.” An examination was made and several stramonium weeds were found to have been stripped of prods. PuiiiNlieff furl iiluwfully Taking a Pension. Cot NCU. Bu KF". la., ><*pt. 29.—In th** federal court Saturday Henry Hawkins aud his wife, Emily Hawkins, who were indicted for drawing >2.000 of pension money by representing that Mr-. Hawkins was still a widow after she had married Hawkins, were arraigned and both pleaded guilty. Hawkins xva" sentenced to pay a tin** of >100 and to spend ffix months in jail, while his wife was sentenced to a fine of >50 and th** same term of imprisonment as her husband. Di«**l iii a Burn. [Special to Th* Haw*-Eye.) Cedar Rapid>. sept. 29. — Jose Vla>ak. aged twenty-two, xva- fou dead in a bari: this morning, wh* re had been lying neglected and sick for t weeks. He xx a" a hard drinker. he d.d : of th r; gh t Gored hy si Bull. In iii iii i . Sept. 29.—Joseph Mey* r. . fifteen-year-old boy, wa* gored by at angry bu I Saturday on his father'- fare near Rockdale and wa" probably * Married Fifty Tear". Cedar Rapids. Ll. Sept. 2 and Mrs. IL o. Palmer, of Mari* brated their fiftieth wedding anni last Friday evening. THE FIRE RECORD. \ Chicago Ital fatally I truth of th 11 * * word 5. lit of an 1 —Mr* 1 h*fr n, cele- j 4. # ti he at ver>ary I, w i t ] IL irgi Iris! wh N I ri- peopse. men ora. but found two resident . Tiers.    After d and every-r were admitted ii *'d. while the which Colonel .met and orderly rioting ;    *    "lone!    Cad- as he to his I Lave * thing ommit a rued men cd in the • *d as the Morley) minutes. was a cowardly was re-Though ir had deux* through rung. from the .•r at Mil* hels-a xxav" re-i effective denied the against the ti' tat,e the I parliament. people 'had the mercy ;t any sup-ithout hope. >ii i not re-they hated r* d such an wh* ai *. he ten -tem a ai sway mad* 'fllSe Kotirelx Packing Hou* Destroyed. * n11 \*,«>. IU., Sept. 29.—Fowler Bn*".' packing house at the stockyard" wa-damaged by fir** Sunday morning to th* amount of >690,goo. The fire originated at 1:30 o'clock in the morning in the the engine room nearly noon when extinguished. The bv tho fur. packing room or adjoining. It was the fir** was Fowlers have made arrangements which they will temporarily occupy ti Allerton - aughterhouse. They "laughter almost exclusively for the English market, and the throwing on the market of hog-which would have gone to them had they been working, caused a drop of ten to twenty cents per hundred weight in til** price of light hogs. The aggregate in-"urance on Fowler'" buildings is "Goo.on** and on the contents $561,000. Much of the property thus covered was only "lightly damaged. WarehoiiNC Burned. -on. Ind.. Sept. 29. Madison. Ind.. Sept. 29.—The old "ton** xv a re house of the Richwood DL-tillery company, situated in Kentucky, opposite thi" city, and owned by Levy a Brother, of Cincinnati, was destroyed by fire yesterday. The house contained 1,500 barrels of whisky. Th** loss i-roughly estimated at Si OO, OOH. Happy indeed are the horn**" which contain “Garland” stoves and rang**". ROYAL LIVES IN DANGER. Att**inp! t<* t »Hie Oar’" Death A A oilrig King in Peril. Sr. Petersburg, Sept. 29.—Anothei attern ut Las I * en made upon the life o: Th." t.me th** conspirator: to xx-roo,, a ira'; in which it wa: the ar it ' ended to travel fron "burg to Warsaw. An obstruc ■ tu*' Tra* k in th* Iv xx edged it ’ ■ i :. r.t"he< '■.{vt aa** aud wa" thrown fron No details of the affair hav tam**!, aud it i- not know any arrests have been made. ade, Se|    29. While the youn s**rx la, .. "in; aii:*-d -y hi x-King Mu an. was returnin *• S .MWV, a arr we bur; arriage. The authority tie * xp *"!on xva" purely acc > far a- at, b** I**arned uo or red. •t - urr-nt her*- that yeste air it BL grade was a delibera on ti.** life of th* young kiug and in- father. ex-King Mila . me -w; ti..* stre**t tired * zar. planned t believed t St Peter-ti on xva" "hap** of t between into the I the track been obi whether ; Belli: king of father, e from a beneath say that dei tai. was inji A rej day's a1 at temp Servia that so them. THEY WANT A FAIR TRIAL. The Warsaw Fair. W\R"\\\, 111.. Sept. 29,—Th** Warsaw fair begins to-morrow and will continue during th** week. The indications ar** favorable for splendid exhibits in all the departments. There will be several excellent races each afternoon during ti;** fair. “Uncle Dick" Oglesby will be present Thursday and talk republicanism. Friday Senator Palmer w ill present the democratic side of tin* <*a"e. Hood s Sarsaparilla is in taxor with a : class**" because it combines econoim and strength. MO doses one dollar. Found Dead iii a Pasture. [Special to The Hawk-Eye.] ARIN*.don, IIL, Sept. 29. Martin Meadows, an old and highly respected | citizen of Warner county, was found dead in a pasture on his farm fix** miles xvest of this place last night. Ile wa-sixty-eight years obi. Death wa" probably caused by apoplexy. A Torpedo Factory Blown lip- Toronto, Sept. 29.—The Acme Torpedo Company on the West Virginia side of the Ohio river was blown up this morning and Ralph Schorff an employe who was making glycerine was killed. Loss $2,000. Hoffman's Harmless Headache Powders t,u, .    . j    cure ail headache; twenty-tivecents per box at Lirehall is under the scrutiny of many I Henry s. Davis County Republicans. [Sp**ci.-il to The Hawk-Eye.) Broomfield, la.. Sop*. 29.—Th** republicans of I)vs- county met at thi" place to-day and nominated their county ticket. The convention w;t" marked with much enthusiasm and expressions of confidence of their victory on election day. Frank Eichelberger was nominated for county attorney. I rank refused at first to be a candidate, but by the repeated r**- KtO \ PP* iran* ire TE it the lri"li N tionallst" Won't Get One. Driu.iN. ‘"■•fit. 29 At th** resumpti ■*f the tria < ’ tin* Irish nationalists T pp* : try. Ti > rn *rt. 2. I :n >thy lies ro-c and addr -"**d tin* court on boh of ; in* *i* * ; h;:.t" ii** referred to t ref ism • '    mag:-:;    •- n -Ider t br 'briery « f S annon's withdrawing fr th** . j-' . and announced that in view th'", the dei* ‘hints bot t • * •! "elves Cl "trailed to refer th** question to 1 bm:    '.rn-'    at Dubbin. J ii -L-mla*.’". I. "ani. xx old apply to ti .;*;' ox Tor a XVI it to pl’ohi th* present magistrates from proceed with ti: • co* ~[ racy cus* " on tin* grot of ’im- aga -r 'n* ii'-1'* ndants. Lour cr- lL* Pears soap is tin* must pleasant toilet ai': jo net for th decide a going Oi applicat ■fleeted London, '"cpu been elected lord Will) m to th* the iv '.I d. ought DOV - :    a.    I : rupriet] > rn: ag b-.‘hding 1 high court Laird Mayor ? ■ Joseph Savory mayor of London. ;

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