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Burlington Hawk-Eye (Newspaper) - December 4, 1890, Burlington, Iowa DISHED AFTER Question Stirs Up a Lively Companion for tlie fc the In presenting fnr an amendment to the tariff tadon w rebate on manufac Allison said the con r of both houses agreed t it as omitted in m 110 doubt the matter to one Sly Irom the committee on reported and asked to secretary mmunition to the 5tates uth moved to include the Toorlees said if the proposition issue a hundred thousand starving Indians It SteBore consistent with Christian He referred to the state Miles In a published 2 thai toe were driven itV starvation and said it was a Site part of the government to SIT and So nothing except furnish be The Indians had inc for years in There i cniltiness in con IrKh The hostilities into Indians iu the northwest were Basted would result not merely in of the lives of many In to the lives of thousands of citizens and hundreds of That condition of lad been brought about by a par imonions or dishonest knew not A policy dare olina was not more under its sway than The man White House who sought white man and the black purpose lie not conceal not avow was guilty of an fold greater than any of tb pie of different races were llvine fully together under the same laws tha members of the same body politic with out any other thought thaSthat Tome must command and others obey Se race problem was being The purpose of the national bill was so far as It concerned the south to wreck and destroy this ponding con dition of tho interracial It proposed to maintain tho will of but to overthrow it on a single issue of raceto make a majority of the black because they are black to ostablkh government of not of The purpose of the Ml was tiat the law of the land must be subborned to set an enmity between the white man and black Pass bill and the right of the people to choose their ntatlvesthat right so precious and priceless to every lover of liberty wiiS lost beyond At the conclusion of his Turpie received the congratulations of his demo cratic colleagues and the senate ad Pta parsned to secure the lands of toilis and not pay enough for B keep the Indians from JLpossessed ol their i Bsrie spoke saying he El objection to the remarks of the from except that they a Hule chairman of the committee very much doubted if of food was the origin f twableor a supply of food lite tie euro of The difficulty nisIndian service all along had the constant change of re for it had been im InpTi conirress that the best way 01 lhe Indian was to starve him b sellsupport Root or die to ce put over the door of those who ithe affairs of the Indians and beeu to cut year by ijllierations required by the treaties to tne Indian that next fcihey were only to have so pfitoence to be supplied by labor own He thought jltoholdout every inducement to Iiditni to turn from dependence on rations and supply their Enjportandihat it was well to re sll devices within the limits of ttind reason to induce them to do Is to he suggestion in the public Ethiithe government had failed to gile promises the Indians by he said the Sion had made two sorts of stipu sirith the One of them out in plain language and idinto a liw b congress and that n the commission had brought ftotheIndians and asked them to ac i The Indians had had cause of it because of the nonfullfillment Istsntreeraents and the commission it had no authority as to these hut that it would use its in tswlththe government in the the Indian representatives to Washington a full dis wis had with the com i and the agreement was em dieihill which was submitted to s by the The bill thus id to the complete satisfaction of pissed the but where Jitowbsdid not He that the skirts of the executive slot the senate were clear of any at Jta depart ono iota from the assur i tven the Indians by the com He Dawes saw the I ndian i with lull apprehension of the itiod ol the necessity of some pres tel to bring around composure isthe Indians and extricate them iihelead ol such bad Indians as and Red who were curse of their iVoorhees repelled the feeble at PtK a sneer on the part of Dawes paid the latter knew the situation aid for General Miles public the Indians had been Ittetile and preferred to die fight frto die of These red gtonid enter the field with six thou well and with ol a knowledge of the could fight six thousand of the jjttoerhan troops ou terms of equal He asked the senaior from Massa s to state whether the Indians WBghtoeat whether Miles was and whether the Indians g starved into said the great difficulty of with those sis thousand Indians is that they have noth They are away from their JThey belong to that class of did a days work in ol North said he times wondered that the white that region did not themselves pmh because they were Toe Indians seemed to get Bellas hungry the further the w KOI away from He Pierce ttuS of the great Sioux this was tho first it asserted that the Indian war path because lie was J saw Indians every day in ere he lived and they were letter fed apparently than that in some agendas who complain of in 1Jut he questioned very Aether General Miles made the credited to him inthenews f Jj truble wlth tne Indians all live en the bounty of the devil finds le hands to Id he would take the General Miles far sooner the senator wholived near with his peo Ret Indian lands as One was a reliable geese waiting to The Bill The speaker stated tie pending business to be the further consideration of the copyright Debate on the copyright bill lasted until two After arguments Egaicst lhe bill by Peters and and in its favor by of Kentucky Curniuings and Hut Peters moved to recommit it with instructions that the committee re port it back with an amendment limiting the life of the copyiight to fourteen years of moved to amend the instructions by instructing the committefl to provide for the impor tation of books of foreign authors at the rate now provided by Both amendments were The question then recurred on the passage of lhe bill and the roll call re yeas navs The house then WASEIXG10N Jfo River and Harbor Bill to be Passed 1 It can be stated with considerable positiveness that no general river and harbor bill will be passed this The house com mittee on rivers and harbors has come to that and the only appropria tions that they will if will be for work under the control of the Mississippi river commission and at one or two points mentioned by the chief of engineers where United States property will be endangered unless work is Tills decision is believed to have been largely influenced by the who is said to be greatly alarmed at the expenditures during his administration and who is mainly responsible for Jact that in neither the report nf the chief of engineers cor the annual esti mates submitted by the secretary of treasury are any appropriations asked for internal THTJRSDAY DECEMBER Interesting Discussion of This Sub ject by Fine Stock Th t wlue ana 8heep M ta SeMlonState Special to The HawkEye Dec Tho CtlnE of IU9 I association lhe MaRODlc One Cent toslage 3 Senator Cullom introduced a hill today to reduce the posase on all letters for any point in the United States and all drop letter after July weighing onehalf ounce or to one with an addi tional charge of one cent for every frac tion of an ounce In An Antilmuitgtatlon Chairman Owen of the house committee on immigration today introduced a bill making it unlaw under certain for for eigners to immigrate to the United and imposing penalties for viola tions of the The bill practically excludes all Immigrants or subjects of any foreign rower now in the country who may leave and attempt to who may be personally hostile to the principles of the constitution or insane or dependent for It also pro vides that no person shall be cncnurage by promise of employment or advertise and against the Importation or immigration of aliens under agreement to perform labor in United The Oemocrnta The general feeling today Is that the republicans out generaled the democrats yesterday in tne preliminary skirmish on the election The course of Senator Harris in opposing Gorman yesterday when he attempted to lead the fight against it in favor of the labor bill is severely Harris was In consultation with Senator Hoar and there are rumors that the democrats are likey to fail to stand on a definite plan to fight the Oppose the Election The demo cratic senators at a caucus this afternoon decided to maintain tbeir opposition to the bill every opportun tile Ity to discuss it exhaustively to amend every objectionable feature as reached In the detailed conslderatlcn of the The caucus did not un dertake to formulate anorderof business as the republican senators have not yet completed their Danvilles 1uWlc Bulldlne Cnllom esent from all parts of the n the meeting was largely at 2CltlzensThe exercises were opened by choruses rendered by high school classes under the direction of followed by the Invocation pronouuced by of this city Seeyers then delivered the address of welcome extending to the stock men a royal greeting from the city of The response was made by James Wilson and It was nicely The presidents annual address was next heard and It was a forceful The ap pointment of committees and some unfin ished business then occupied the conven tion for some after whch of Des director of the Iowa weather read an excellent paper upon Tho Practical Value of Reliable Weather A spirited discus participated in by a number of after which the meet Ing aljourned until this The evening session was taken up principally by an excellent paper on SoilRobbing by James followed by remarks from secretary of the state agricul tural Henry editor of the Moninger and THE SWINE ISUEEDEItS held their meeting at the court vice President of West Liberty The minutes of the preceding meeting were by Secre tary Pryne and approved and as un regu la program was prepared State Veteri nary Surgeon Stalker was called upon to address the assembly on hog He responded cheerfully and gave a good He called attention to the universal losses that fell on the hog raisers and the need of something that would check the The various alleged causes were gone but in his judgment it was a specific contagious disease generated by the disease germ not but specific and His conclusion was that the cholera was as contagious as smallpox or and the disease was thus But howtoheck and that was the The question of specifics was gone into aud none had yet becn but most practical In formation had been found in the work carried Protective in oculation will not give What can be is this secure judicious legislation that will give the right to de stroy aud He noted there sult in killing out the pleurophneu monia among at Chicago as in line with the Onetenth part of the losses now sustained would pay all the cost of such enforcement and bring property to many where now there is disaster through Where pas tures have been by cholera hogs they should be let alone for six when they would be safe for Yards should be raked and the refuse Peus should be washed out with disinfect ing solutions of being one of the certainties of Parsons of the National Bureau of Auimal sent by Secretary Rusk to visit the was called on and spoke very He want ed the association to recosnize Washing ton and to become in thoroush rapport with the efforts of the department In all the great measures Instituted to check the disease and develop that which is most profitable on the farm in all The suggestion of Salkcr as to legislation of the most thorough kind was endorsed and there should be such a demand that there Is no The secretary of agriculture wants to do all that can be done In every way to check the great and disasterous losses but the cooperation of the great state of Iowa must be had and once had there will be an end to these sweeping Sam of Clarks Hog Cure then spoke of cleanliness and the use of radical changes In the course of the hogs While Clark thinks he has a good thing for the bowels of the sick hog he nevertheless gave his endorsement to tho legislative Senator of Van was then given the floor and he pointed out the trouble that attended the passage ol such general legislation as called But if the breeders would come up and demand It the great work could be accomplished without To that end every effort should be made by The discussions continued until noon and were general and of much when the association adjourned until tember An effort will be made to lease the grounds to practiial business thereby relieving the ministers from any voice in the business trans Institute grounds will also be laid a plat made and the lots placed upon the The next meetlne will be held on the first Tuesday In March and the program will be ready for cir culation about the 1st KEAELY CrUBIVARIED TO Shameful Proceeding Near Special to The News is brought to this city of a most shameful occurance in Honey Creek which has nearly cost the life of a young bride and deranged the mind of the and Sam Hardy were married one night last week and a gang of men and boys from the neighborhood assembled to charivari the young The bride so frightened at the hideous noise that stie fainted and lay unconscious for about three The thinking his wife was became and it was only by giving him an opiate that he was He has ever since been but it is hoped that he will eventually OPPOSE THE ELECTION Sensational Resolutions Adopted by the Farmers A Lively Uayi Boston of the Order at A gainst Uembera to be A Commotion Over Special to The a colored has created quite a commotion in re Melons circles About a year after a very acrimonious and prolonged he was expelled from the colored He was consequently re admitted But he had hardly gotten when trouble again arose and another trial seemed Mc Cracken fearing that the former penalty would bn imposed use of his discretion and took out his letter accord Ing to the Methodist His colored brethern supposed this would end the But this did not prove to be the for last Sunday he put In his letter at the First To say the this wa a Said church has no and his action has caused great The minister has been in consultation the leading members of the congrega tion but it U not known the outT come will A Special to Tho MISSOUKI Consider able comment exists here over the par don by Governor Boles of Isaac Harrson countys defaulting His defalcations amounted to the greatest part of which was made good by his He was sen tenced for two years and the term would have expired early next For some time past he has been nearly dead at Anamosa with too sick to come There Is no doubt that several others were implicated in the crime but from the day of his arraignment he has taked the burden of the guilt of several on own shoulders and shielded all the The Boodle Sredal to The DES The entire day was spent by the court in listening to the arguments upon the dismissal of the cases against the boodle Ev ery attorney for the defendants had his little and one cannot help but be amused at the technical point1 they The state is fighting hard but it is extremely probable the court will sus tain the position of the defendants coun sel and take the case from the It is thought the decision will be rendered tomorrow life ol my Furthermore I feel friendly towards you as the manufactur ers of such a valuable remedyand am proud of Its being manufacturedIn our own I can cheerfully and will ingly give many Instances of Its good works to anyone that may want a relia ble cough RAILROAD Struck Illuminating MUSCATINE 3 gas has been discovered on the farm of In Concord Louisa about twenty miles from JIus He had been boring for and a few days gas come up so strong as toathrow mud and water 200 feet This is the well that has heretofore shown symtoms of but Lee Is now so confident that he is getting the necessary piping to bring the gas to his residence for Much In terest is excited over the Burkett Will Retain Bis Special to The HawkEyeJ successful candidate for sec retary of Is In the the guest of his He traveled extensively in the last campaign and is a good judze of In his the republicans will elect the governor next year and will also have a good working majority In the house of present deputy of will be continued in his Hog Cholera BDecial to THI NEW cholera is making fearful havoc among the swine in this many far mers losing some as high as 100 in a few Corn smut is also proving very Injurious to the one farmer losing four in one and others in like sensation of the morning session of the Farmers Alliance wa3 when President Livings of the Georgia arose to a question of privilege and denounced a infamonsly false the Insinuations in the newspapers aimed at Macune and himself and even at President In connection with the recent senatorial contest in He demanded the appointment of a fair and impartial com to thoroughly investigate tho President Polk and Ma cune also and it was decided that commiueo of Investigation be ap consist of one member from state to make a thorough ana searching investigation In accordance with the demand of gentlemen con At the afternoon Mc of introduced a preamble and forth that the president of the United States In his annual message recommends and urges the Immediate passage of the Lodge election bill that said bill involves a radical revolution In the election machlneryof the and its passage would be fatal to the autonomy of state and the cherished liberties of the citizens that said bill Is partisan in spirit and will be partisan in thus re vitalizing the gory ghost of sectional estrangement that In the holy war the Alliance has declared against sectional The firesides of the farmers of south and west are citadel around which the heaviest battles are be ing and to the end that victory may crown the crusade and fraternity and unity reign therefore be It By the National Farmers Alliance and Industrial Union of Amer national council we do most solemnly piotest against the passage of said bill and most earnestly petition our senators to employ all fair and legal means to defeat this unprinci pled which can result in noth ing but evil to our common and beloved McAllister made a strong speech in favor of the Delegate of said he regarded the introduction of the resolutions as untimely that there was largely prevalent in the north a feeling that the Farmers Alliance was a south ern saturated with south ern sentiments aud that the passage of these resolutions would strengthen the opinion and check thn growth of the alliance in tho north and A delegate from Illinois expressed the same He feared the adop tion of the resolution would confirm the charge that the Farmers Alliance is a partisan The he is getting a grip in the and in locali ties where republican sentiment was This action of the national or der would tend to throw it into political disrepute and stop its expansion over the states of the west and After several other McAllisters motion to adopt the resolu tions was put and carried amid the wildest Resolutions were also adopted denounc ing the Louisiana lottery as a blot on American civilization and and providing for theintroduction In con gress of a resolution calling for the sub mission to the people of America of an amendment to the national constitution prohibiting the operation of lotteries in any The resolution was adopted ANOTHER VOTE FOR THE PARML It is Probable that a Compromise Will be A Kansas Contest Decided iu Favor of Hie Republican The Marion county contest for member of the legisla wherein Maxwell alliance and George Rood had each received the same number of was decided this morning by lot in favor of Thirtytwo all blank except upon which was written the word placed in a Governor Humphrey held the and Auditor representing and Treasurer representing drew the slips alternately until the slip marked representative was drawn by The Kansas City Koad Seed for n off the Interstate the United States court now in session here a com plaint Is brought against the Kansas City road for a violation of the Interstate commerce In September last an agreed rate was made on several roads for passenger rates to the St Louis car nival The Kansas Citys ticket read via Agent of the Illinois Central sent a spy to the office of the Kansas where he purchased a ticket nf Assistant Ticket Agent for Louis with the promise that on reaching Chicago he could dispose ot the and he was also given the address of a Chicago scalper with whom he could negotiate for the McNear re ported the case to Chairman who the Kansas City The road appealed and the decision was The Illinois Central agent then reported the matter to the special agent of the interstate commerce and the latter ordered anInvestlgation by United States grand Work on a CEDAR Cedar Eapids and Northern railroad has set a force of men at work on its new the Iowa and Dakota It has been de cided to put a rassenger train on be tween this place and Davenport as soon as the road is In good Call for a Sleeting of Railroad Hunting president of the Southern Pacific has issued a call for a meeting of railroad officials and bankers identi fied with railroad He stated that no agreement was signed and no pro vision or information in regard to the purpose of the meeting contained In the paper which was being Tho Keoknk Nauvoo Special to The is a con siderable awakening in interest the Keoknk and Nauvoo railroad The prospects for securing the new railroad are becoming brighter and VIcePresident McLaughiin Informs us the rightofway has nearly all been secured between Niota and and that the who intend taking the contract for build ing the will pass over the proposed route from Niota to Quincy next Thurs Admiral Porter uangerously Por of ihe is critically and his doctors say his chances of recovery are very slim Ho is lying at his spacious house on and it is overrun with callers asking what hope there is for the recovery of the old The illness of the admiral has postponed the arrangements for his daughters the Invitations for which were about to be This daughter has been one of the belles ofj Washington society for several Ten years ago she became engaged to Captain of the but ow ing to the opposition her father the couple have During all this time Captain who is tioncd in this has never entered the fortet although ha and his fiancee have been constant frequenters of the Miss Por ters perseverence and her father consented that the marriage should take Preparations were being made for an extensive and they are now postponed by the ad mirals probably fatal Itelieve She Was Untied Cyn thia Higgdon was pronounced dead by Louis physicians Sunday night and her body was brought here last night for When the casket was opened her husband became satisfied that she was yet living andstopped the A local physician was seat for and ap plied electrical and other tests and de cided that she was after which the exercise The affair caused much and all are not yet sat isfied that she was dead when The reader in the of Spirits and Confident of favorable Re American Dele enemies of Parnell this morning assert that the great clouds of crimination and recrim ination which have gathered about the conference must speedily be and the moral force of the people of both countries brought to bear ou the pith of the When this is done they pro fess to believe that the Irish leader will be At two oclock todays session of the conference of the Irish nationalist mem bers of the house of commons wasbegun Prlor to the opening proceedings the usual precautions were observed to In sure the meeting against or Interruption from the Parnell and his followers continued their efforts to put off decisive action and finally succeeded in securing an ment till It Is given out that a compromise Is Cianceys compromise proposal Involves the tern porary retirement of sub ject to certain conditions being exacted from Gladstone In connection with the proposed home rule scheme in the event of liberal victory IE tha next general Varnell is Irt the best of spirits and ex presses with greatest confidence his view that the present movement will finally result favorable to The feeling among his supporters is that his position is materially strengthened especi ally by the assurances of suoport re ceived from America and The municipal authorities of cork and Drogheda the plan of cam paign tenants of Cuross and Mellln and the Boyle branch of the National League passed resolutions against Par The municipal council of the Poor Law Guar dians of the Young Ireland society and the Lismore branch of the National League voted In favor of his re maining Bishop of the Diocese of and the clergy of his diocese favor Parnells Parnell has decided to state explicitly whether he will retire fmm the leader but has asked a day In to consider Claneys which was cleverly designed in Parnells with the double object of gaining time and putting the Sexton side further wrong in the event of the almost certain refusal of Gladstone to give the required Blsliop Juti I the mayor the court housey a to Depot Sheriff sented to be the told thathewould to jUBdergota medical and ha readllye sented VernonMayberrr and Curtis two wellknown citizens who vetay serving on the grand Joined f representing b ermen The whole party went up to vacant and States Noah Turner was sent for and asthe medical A questions touching hta habitats were put1 to alt ol her answeredIn good faith ured and overhauled after the manner medical his teeth were In and then he was made to jumps overapileof an hour after Ss Bartmess was told to to and waJttS for his He went back and finished his spring but still commission did not who had heard of jokev called explained rMrjBattmess came to and jokers for The was tried and thejury brought In a verdict awarding Bartmessdamazesv in thesumotS35 and costs amount to about THE WOMEN OAEKY THE Thursday of LAST EVENINGS SESSIOS the Shorthorn cattle men building at A silver Purchase 15111 of house a Isolation requiring the secretary of the taeasury to at markei silver now in the hereafter to confine the to the domestic monthly pur Spoouer for tno supreme and that is tojipe president has at last outha8upremec Senator Spooner o Senator Spooner o Justice and the matter he knew nothing of the president and had never e supreme marked by a goodly attendance and by the presentation of a splendid paper by Jor ton on The Shorthorn preeminently the beef producer of the It was a very bright paper full of energetic thought and will make ono of the enter taining and instructive sections in the With the appointment of com mittees the meeting adjourned until this when the following report of the committee on officers was of Osage secre cy arid o Duraut Martin of Des of Fort and Wesley of Albia di John of and C of The session was given over mainly to raising two hundred dollars to build 15 the state fair UstQo7members wafaddcd toandagon eral exchange of sound views The association adjourned to meet with the OTne Stock association next THE SHEEP MEX at the Downing house with SSoWta presiding The drift ol had Dot closed at Tlce president laid be 8 unfinished the fioor in he rested on what was called the d republican vote in course of his states where made the colored men preferment than Chadln New Hampshire aw The suppression ie fa the south was a y question affirmed on on the other but luoue or last gpooner shall remain j help to carry on 1 federal election gawyer would eera ee wou told his colleagues Of his retire from public life al luo present in the hundred be The state veterinary sur geon will be asked to tVantu Two Baldwin Electric Street Railway company was Monday night granted the exclusive franchise for five years by the Clinton city and the company now asks the right of way from the Lyons The ordinance as granted is regarded by some as an injustice to the present street railway company and is causing much ill General Arlhnr Brldgnun Special to The funeral of Gen eral Arthur Bridgman occurred today from Johns Episcopal Dr Mcllwaln conducting the The muaic was rendered by the famous Dudley Buck A profusion of floral offerings was The burial rite took place at Oakland Lost a Special to The J weeks little son of John Huitchbatch ran a nail into his Delay in calling a phy sician with persistent refusal to have the fweWng resulted in the necessity of amputation WoinenV rspeclal to The HawkEyeJ nineteenth annual meeting of the Iowa Women s Suffrage association will open tomorrow A large attendance of promi nent advocates including Susan An thony arc on the All claims not consistent with tho high character of Syrup of Figs are purposely avoided by the California Fi Syrup com It acts gently on the liver and the system but It not a cureall and makas no pretensions that every bottle will not They Will He a limit ted an Lay Delegates to General question shall women be admitted Into general conference as lay been sub mitted to congregations of all Methodist churches In the United and the Philadelphia 3Itthodist will say tomor that enough returns have been re ceived to show the women have carried the FEABFUIi T tne Brazilian fleet Arlington hotel last nSht w The It was dining ing white was to any p0rtjon tables of Nassua New Sharon of Grinnell Robert meet each The finecut department firemen ten Tobacco fire were Loss An Unknown Schooner Goes Down with All was received tonight of a fearful dis aster in the Bay of A schooner was capslzad and went down with all on The disaster occurred in the afternoon and was witnessed by parties on owing to the heavy were unable to render The identity of the schooner is The American Trotting board of ap peals of the American Trotting asso ciation today continued for further evi dence the case against Hardenburg and owners of tho black horse Star charged with entering him In a race at Ellensburg and Shenan out of his endeavored to have action taken in the case wherein he was suspended for nonpayment of entry He asserts that he was victimized by a who fraudulently entered his horse at Jerseyvllle and Terre and because he did not pay thee entry fees he was Tho case was continued Prohibition from the twentytwo Massachusetts which yesterday held municipal are very slow in coming Fourteen of twentytwo show that no on which question there Is In this state lo cal has received an overwhelm ing Fall for which last year voted no license by has gone for and the same Is true in Cambridge and For the most part democratic mayors are and the city government Isdemo and ramf0r Iowa Special to The HawkEreJ DES East ern Iowa Horticultural society Is in session at Iowa City with a large attend Joined Then Devere was baptised last Sunday a week agoand joined Last Wednesday night he eloped with one of the dition Ko Change In Con has been no change in condition since lat fintfV sure Is Salvation for 25 is of bottles of Bulli Cqtwh Syrup dc cratlc In twelve of heard the fourteen cities Declare the Bludfi A number of representative of Huron a meeting last night aud declared unani mously that saloons and liquor joints now running in opposition to the state prohibition law must A number of letters been received by leading temperance people advising them to leave town or refrain from further molesting the venders of and un der penaty of having their property des troyed and bodies filled with These letters have aroused the law abiding A Wealthy Widow Yes terday robbers entered tho house of a wealthy widow residing at took her from her bound gagged her arid secured in Two of the robbers were sub sequently but soon after es and in an exchange of shots that followed a man named Mason was shot The gnow The signal service official here says Chicago Is just at the edge of a snow storm this The storm is moving east with its center In v At Rapid near Rosebud the thermometer registers 8 above Sully 6 above and Bismarck 2 A Murderer Last evening George a shot and fatally wounded Alice McKin ley and then barricaded himself In the The and deputy marshal broke down the and a fnsilade fol ending with the death of Heavy Snow Storm Throughout A severe snow storm prevails throughout Ontaria and the portion of The weather Is boisterous and Trains are The Birmingham The strik ing coal miners have been joined by all the men who were at work Mondav and all the mines are Idle except where con victs work or negro miners have been se A Forger NEW Albert a member of the firm of Robeson bankers and who was convicted of was sentenced to seventeen years imprisonment in the state Declare Varnell a meeting of the Catholic hierarch at the residence of Archbishop Walsh today it was resolved to issue a manifesto declaring that the archbishop and the bishops of Ireland consider Parnell unfit to remain leader of the Irish The objection to Parnell are based mainly on moral but also In the opinion of the hierarchy his continuance in ths leader ship would inevitably cause a disunion in the The manifesto issued by the Catholic hierarchy declares their judgment not given on political but solely upon the revelation the divoree after which they are unable to regard Parnell In any other light than aa con victed of one of the gravest offenses known to religion and aggravated in his case by almost possible to give It scandalous promi nence In guilt and Surely Catholic the manifesto contin so eminently conspicuous for the virtue and purity of Its social will not accept as a leader a man wholly dis honored and unworthy of Christsan con we cannot avoid the Conviction that the continuance of Parnells leadership will disorgan ize and range in hostile camps hitherto united with the force of our Confronted with the prospect of a continuance so we see nothing bus inevitable defeat at the gen eral election and as a home rule indefinitely coercion perpet the hands of the evictor strength ened and the evictes without tho shodow of being Starving chief secre tary for his ordered a manof war to convey ten tons of meal for the purpose of relieving the distress prevail ing among the inhabitants of Clareise land and Innlstnrk arising from the fail ure of the potato KOCHS LYMPH Entered for the Great HawkEje i The success of the great HAWKEYE prize poam contest Is assured beyond all doubt or Contributions from some of our best known writers are pour ing In upon us and for this prompt re which Indicates the popularity ot the scheme and the inspiring nature of the we are truly gratefulThere fore give free rein to your soaring fan cies ye gentle poets and hand to us your melting melodiesThe first series will be published For the benefit of those who may not have seen the announcement of our plan in yesterdays issne we reprint It in this TiiE HAWKEYE has long looked and compassion upon the young poets of this city and has made up its mind to give them the encouragement so well yet so niggardly bestowed by an unfeeling That our local poets are of con siderable merit will bo denied by those who saw how they poured forth their thinks in verse in our Thanksgiv ing issue To encourage these and others who may wish to enter the contest we Invite contributions from the poetically In We think it best that all should write upon one has come at last and the ground Is covered with its first soft mantle of more appropriate theme than Beautiful Sach it shall and a prize of very useful article will be given to the contributor sending In the effusion ad judged the Poems mav be of any length up to two stanzas ot four lines each ary one can make as many contri butions as he may wish or as often as he is inspired with the fire of genius there Is no coupon to be cut out and sens with the contribution and the contest Is open to the Contributions should be addressed EDITOR Beauti ful Snow prize The poems will appear from day to day In these col object we have in view is the restocking of the market with poetry upon this once popular There was a tlaie when there was an un limited bnt influence of the caustic youthful poets have become disheartened and the supply has fallenwonderfully We would be greatly obliged If some one would hand us ina copy of the orig inal poem of this name so often alluded THE IBISE Slore Claimed for It In the than BO far AVttr The American doc tors stopping at Berlin state that they have given up all hope of obtaining any of the lymph before the government has supplied all the They say that the lectures on the Koch cure con tain little of Interest or of features not procurable from medical The only valuable thing permitted is the ob servation of the lymph being exhibited only from a The Americans are intent on attending the aiagoogln Hasa Few Words in Defense of Fwhat in wnrruld ar ye down an yer two knees Glaggerty Givin An fur fwhy arVye glvln McGlaggerty Fur beiu an atrth at alt at in these harrud me An harrud tomes ihey ar McGIaggfrtyl Fwhat wnd milk up a cint a an peyatlas an soup mait as hoigh as an beer havin worse toimes nor wurruld has saw since days av owld Me Throthn Ids thrue fur Ma Googinl Sure dont Oi know id said thn widow with an air of assumed wis An Ids more kolnds avthronble nor wan that Ids bringin Luk at th peyaty rot in owM dart ah see misforchin that has mo poor f rind Parnell jlsht at very blessid miuit fwhin he was aftherbetnr about to get Home Kule fur but hes foine Glacgertyl OI have his cut out av Oirish pashted up th wall av me an id luks nacheral McGlag as If Id was himssl was peekin out from beholnd th Fwhat shplindid fwhlshkers he be do havin McGlaggerty An fwhat a byootiful loik my ponr A SEVERE AITAOK OP The Childs Xlfe Saved ChamucrlalnV Couch I wish to say to the public that Cham berlains Congh Remedy is the best I have ever used or sold for I am never without it at my home for my Last winter a child of one of my was choking with a sudden and severe attack of I gave him a bottle of this Congh and he started for the child two doses of which stopped the cough ing and smothering instantly and ina few minutes the little onewas out of all store as nappy bevarid said bottleof dissection of some of the sections of the If this be permitted they will consider this trip well Observa tion has disclosed to them much In favor of but has impressed them that Koch will te obliged to takebacka great deal promised in his essay published in the Medtelnish Tracheot omy was resorted to In the case of a patient In the hospital at as after inoculation with Kochs his neck swelled to twice its normal threat ening to smother the The Rus sian warns Russian In the journal NowoJe Wrenja against coming to Berlin on ac count of the blackmailing of physicians dealing In lymph of doubtful He furthermore corroborates reports of the endeavors of De Levy to get patients for the German hospitals at exorbitant Judge of charges Da Levy with having asked marks for Koch has received a letter of Phil who claims that the lymph is Identical with a preparation he using In his practice for some An envoy of the Prussian government Is in Paris studying the arrangements and workings nf the Pasteur with a view to utilizing the informa tion In connection with the new Koch hospital which It is to erect In Berlin for the treatment of The Bavarian government has decided to convert the palace of the late King Ludwig Into a hospital in which the Koch method will be given an exhaus tive The itrat freeze In A cold norther blew up yesterday morning and it is now freezing the first freezing weather this The town and country are rapidly filling up with new Dont and disgust everybody with ytiur offensive but use Sages Catarrh Bemedy and 60 Tobacco finecut department of the tobacco works burnedthis GrRobinson and Patrick were killed and two others seriously i like vwito oc Treak IT WAS A COSTLY foi Springfield JEIumorlsta Pay Dearly Fun with a practical joke perpetrated by several prominent citizens some months ago culminated in the circuit court here In a judgment for damages for the Henry Bart a several months ago was seized with an ambition to be put the police Hewasnot familiar with city but he had a friend hi town named John who had been one of his neighbors in the country and who holding the position of deputy to get him a and that would of MriBartmess camecto be gud to mans sowlt OI doont blame th fur love wld nor him fur faliin In love wld themt Oid set me cap for him so Oi McGlagger aft OI thawt 01 had ghost indeed OI Theyre raisin a great hnllaballoo in England about me daughter sei Id in th wan Mrs He med a compait smash an captured her hart dye a divoorce now nawthlns to be hnrd an alther bat Parnells this Par noils no blaguard an faca x av alrth Is worse nur McT lishtin to me f Oim no free an OId not be a Mormon for fortynolno nur a aither but fwhat Is7j a poor divil av a man to do fwhiu a tlful crayture shnaps hey eyes him as mooch as presints heart to him on a goolden McGlaggerty OI remtmber fusht tolme OI 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