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   Burlington Hawk-Eye (Newspaper) - December 12, 1890, Burlington, Iowa                                ttm THE lOTFJKEDA DECEMBER 12 PRICE r 15 CENTS ABD DO In future too much cold but neither the whose hands It Baldwin or clwood was could be PEASLEY MOST Speech by Senator Frye E on the Elections 1rojioiod Measure Mot J at was passed Son of the senate concurring to 1 for a public bulld og at Sioux wasre d and then the amendment was Sirred in and tho bill sent to a offered a resolution which Instructing the postoflice of a law for postal connection with all or postoffices throughout offered yesterday for the senate at 11 recesses from 5 to was The discussion was kept up ranstderable excitement until two t when it went over without bill was then taken Wilson of Iowa addressed the senate He said the question fronted congress was one of TD several states not only the Un individual citizen had been the Duality of states In of representation has been de Mississippi and South Car T with a vote of sent four members to the house of rcpresenta whlle Iowa with a voting jn of sent but eleven Tne people of the country CM not believe that the people of TfisMpni and South Carolina were as the ballot as the people of Kor would the people be content mtiUbsoliite safety was assured the clt he use of the ballot aud until and pood faith was shown In same in every No subject commanded the of the The country mildo That every be or may cast his vote as tUsriglu and have It counted as it is If coasrcss obeyed the dictates of jjmyit would establish peace throughout If it refused it would but the country in the perils of Sbuttve which was ever the jjjol tie the pending bill was not stringent in ier to secure the right of American to freely cast his ballot and have fcroited as it was necessary to put iitiyonet behind every he would Applause and hisses In the gal which were promptly Banle commented on Fryes dec saylnff It was not the concep tion ol the republic which Its founders iliaid was not the conception of the jtpnblic American people had Iterative session The after iseetbiR the house went into committee the whole on the fortifications aporo Jjriation The bill passed together Nththe bill appropriating to I the deficiency In the appropriation I Si public printing and The honsc passed a bill amending sec fjnSSlSof the revised statutes to pro I rridea penalty for any person having the ballots and returns after an I lection had been who shall alter Ijsucrjreturns or erase the name of any Fdodldue for representative or delegate from any ballots In his cus or In any way alter or deface the with intent to effect result of Bel Ihehill was then taknu up to amend Wilntlpolygamy law by providing that I jsrioial property formerly belonging to TlheJIormon church which was now in I lie hsnds of the shall be placed i in the common school funJ of the trrri TOsout completing its I Mouse laid it aside as unfinished busi V ind went into committee of the Thole on bills Irom the public land corn Payson called up the bill to in I ramify the purchasers of swamp lands reimburse several states for lands I iwthem under the swamp lands Alter the discussion the committee we to close the but Holman J nlsed the point of no and the I have will tho metals as great coinage of the difference silver bullion and silver coin must at once disappear and end the silver speculation If everybody can have silver meta conl Terted into free of cost I ot grains to tho dollar then course there can bo no difference tween the value of a given A Robertson HamblMon Fail for or the Great FlrniTne at 1 State Bpeoial to Tho GEKEBAL WASHINGTON ItaDking Bud The house on banking and currency KopM a resolution to request the house set apart a day for the consideration disposition or Chairman Dorseys bill to SI the minimum amount a United States bonds which a national TO shall be required to keep on deposit to permit the issue of circulation we by national banks to the full mount of the par value of the bonds de This It is increase nt at money In circulation by and would result in the free we ol national aLk When the w comes up in the house Chairman wi movc an amendment to pro roe lor the issue of greenbacks when the national bank circulation falls raw of was author report favorably the bill to snb ational bank and United States notes to state nw 7trsey sPcaklnS of the circulating medium of the Is too but we could get zjjf we did before If confidence MI and we hope to do that the circulation somewhat we bill wo wni call The tonka more money in their vaults than I ever had Our little banks 8 M mucn money in their toh f they formcrlv The tit v would aal discount our itnu A to Protecl Then deal of money has been taken out tell by people who become I the course of eolation and j r monev ln sale A money Las been sent ny Only the other mehc had Jut h had n Of but the Certainly tils can not tike place and continue permanently until enough silver has coined to provide us with our full distributiveT share worlds money Independently of gold Our share at present is 000of which Silver enough must be coined then to give us full besides the gold and besides enough to take the olace of the retired bank notes and to supply the requirements of our increasing popula tion and growing the proposed issued of new paper money tend in the same to displace the gold that the silver AVhich is the metallic constant In selfregulating andthat needs no or additional credit money to bo some time redeemed in gold that becomes constantly dearer as the demands upon it Increase The people demand that their constitutional right to have recourse to both gold sliver for monry be restored to More Legislation Needed is begin ning to be suimised here that the finan cial needs of the country are not in the direction of further I saw yesterday a letter from a London finan cial house which says What is the matter with the Ameri can situation The London money panic is all Everything here is on a good basis and we know from our own advices that affairs should be even much better there than The same letter went on to deprecate the possibility of any legislation at Wash ington which would have a tendency to unsettle the The possibility of any legislation which should send gold to a premium would create much more demoralization in the financial centers of the world than could be compensated by any temporary influences secured by artificial means to relieve speculators who have more on their hands than they can Thankful to In galls was asked the other day IT he in tended taking any special notice of the letter of Cleveland addressed to Akcrs In Kansas Ingalls re plied that he had been thinking seriously of writing a private letter of thanks to The letter had done him so much good that he felt really grateful towards Those who misrepresented him In saying that he was angry and would make a public reply were certainly strangers to politics and the senators He made it a point never to attempt to Injure any one who had done him a Clevelands letter came at a time when the people of Kansas were making it warm for the and the letter was one of those happy diversions which turned the tide In the senators it showed so clearly how anxious the demo crats are to dispose of A HocGholeru annual report of the bureau of animal industry says with the ultimate purpose in view of discovering some method of prevent ing disease in the bureau has en deavored to produce artificially a drug which would have the same composition and effect as bacterial These researches have in the suc and the report claims asubstauce has been produced which not only re sembles the bacterial product of the hog cholera germin but which has quite the same power of conferring Immunity from the Favorable Ueportu from the Sco field today received a dispatch from General Miles stating reports from Gen erals Brooke and linger were of a favor atile The presence of troops had a cooling effect on the Captain Ewers has brought Chief Hump into Hump did good service with the soldiers in the Kez 1erces campaign and Miles expects to make good use of him bringing In General Brooke reports the Indians near White river loosening stock and coming Similar reports are received from Colonel Sum Invalid the the The other was a first mort ga0e on real estate and a second mort gage on A number of citizens are among the creditors and long faces are the as ls that the liabilities will far exceed the smith the trustee was seen this evening Ho said he had closed the house and had commenced taking an He had no idea of how the affairs of the firm stood and could give no estimate of the liabilities and It is claimed that several creditors have not been named in the mortgags and that the liabilities will probably reach It will re quire several days to at anything like a satisfactory Collier and UoberUou are oldtimo resi dents of this city and have been regarded as safe and reliable business while Hambletou is a resident of Hamil and has been reported to be quite to find it or the DAYLIGHT A Bold compels a Woman to Give Up Special to THB John Becker a wealthy store keeper at Dabuque left home early Wednesday leaving only his wife and little daughter in the An hour later a appeared at tae frontdoor and confronting with a revolver demanded all the money In the The woman was terntied and gave the robber two hun dred and fifty He demanded more and she then produced a package containing over a thousand The robber than leisnrly walked There w no clue to his CLOSEMOUTHED Tim State AllutKco In Secret An Oniclal Iniierto lie Special to Tho HawkEycj DES executive committee of the State Alliance contiued in secret session to It is understood that the subject of district and county with a view to equalization of the work was before tho They have been considering the advlsibliity of establishing an oflidal paper and have had several newspaper men figuring upon establishing such an organ in some city near the center of the Should the committee decide to authorize such a paper It will have to receive a majority of twothirds of thu alliances before It will be The question of backing only that faction that will support them was also the spirit of the meeting being that it would be to the best interest of the farmers to cleave to no political party but to stand by themselves and One of the members of the committee was asked if they Intended to follow the lead of the Farmers Alliance in Nebraska and Kan sas and attempt to elect their own mem bers to public and no in answer to which Interrogatory he re fused to stating that he had nothing to It is probable that such a question is before the body but wha action has or will be taken in the matter the members refuae to WJESTSEN WHESL SORiPBR ThBy Will Iteinore From Pleasant to Special to The Is definitely settled now that the Wheel Scraper company will remove to Anrora wharo a union formed with Charlie of tha header Captain Smith will go to but Col McClure and Captain the other stock will continue to reside In this There is some talk now of secur ing another establishment In place of the scraper Several citizens have subscribed as high as but It is Im probiblothat anything will be accom as some are In favor o one thing and some Judge Gresham Denies the Applica tion for Habeas Both CoanBeluian and Fetisley Remanded to the Custody of the Marshal Until Vurged of Contempt 71io Cine Will Qo THE GEINNELL chairman of the house committee on In valid pensions today received a note from the pension commissioner who lias just concluded examining the claims recorded under the new act showing 940 original invalid origi nal widows and claims filed by the old This gives only about new claims filed under the late Morrill repards this state idence that the expenditure ment as evi of O for pensions under the new act will be much less than Fnueral if a fun Washington formerly proprie tor of the Cincinnati took place this There were no pill bearers and the attendance was confined to the relatives and a few intimate Wends of the The Interment will be at Poatolllce The president sentto the senate the foUoirins Atletupllni to Prove the Prisoners Special to The Doc the Grin nell trial in progress at tho de fense to day Introduced of New who testified that he had treated Grinnell for nervousness before tho lie thought Grinnell was of testified that ho treated lie was greatly excited and apparently Judge of testified that a few days before the shooting Grlncell told him he would not believe the stories about The judgn told him he feared that they were Ho thought Grinnell was In rebuttal the state Introduced Sloan and Robert who swore that a few days before the mur der Grinnel wanted his Insurance policies changed from his wife to his They saw nothing Irrational about his of saw Grinnell Immediately after the shooting and also tho next day and did not think him Insano or Irra The defense inttroduced fifteen or twenty letters from Cornell to ptotcstlng his love and urging her to stick by him and leave her hus The testimony will probably be completed uy noon PLED FROM HER A Voiinc Lady Disappears From in this city are wondering what has become of a pretty young who was turned out of her home on November She has been keeping company for some time with a prominent who is also well advanced in years and has a wife and family of his Her father had forbidden his daughter to go with the man in question and had forbidden him to enter the but the couple nevertheless continued to meet until the matter became a subject of neighborhood and even reached the ears of the cay deceivers On a week ago Sunday the father returned home about nine oclock and found his daughter and her elderly lover in the After giving them a large and vigorous piece of his ho ordered them both out of his house and proceeded to put orders Into effect by main force So the couple went out Into tho night whether they would or Since then none of of the relatives or friends of tho young lady have been able to get tho slightest They have The Iowa State Special to The todays session of the State Grange the commit tee on cooperative work made a which was adopted by It is as follows We would recommend that the executive committee of ths Iowa confer wilh the executive rom mittea of the Fanners Alliance for general supply house for members or both The idea conveyed In the resolution and the princple upon which both organizations are now work Ing is toward the establishment in Dss Moines or some other city near the center of tho state of large depot supplies to contain everything that Is needed by the farmer from a threshing machine for himself to a needle and thimble for his so that he may get it for cost and the expense of transporta tion in The supply house will be managed by officers of the grange and sliiancn and will be run for their inter The committee on resolutions re pirt was They concurred in theautioptkm and Conger lard bill and moved to strongly support Another Fire at last of Lenoxs frame business houses were de stroyed by fire The fire started in the ofiiO of an implement house and the entire building and all implements but three wagons were Four adjoining store buildings were also con sumed by the The property destroyed was the Imple ment house of Thompson loss Enterprise Produce IOFS sico EMessings loss Old Allen store building and adjoining loss two smaller There was no insur ance on the greater part of the stocks and buildings except tho Old Allen An Advance AgentH advance agent for the Carleton Opera registered at the Hotel Keo kuk tha other but when assigned to room 13 refused to accept even after the proprietor said he would remove the obnoxious said I dont want any thirteen business in A few seasons ago I was with a company and thirteen of our number took sick at one I refused to leave town until a little boy was secured as a Then all our members speedily got well and we were all as happy a Be sides we play here on the and that is enough to hoodoo any I do not want any more thirteens a for I am assure dsad set against I West A riea For Free Silver national silver committee today Issued money stringency fflesin vn credit on both is if Ws r attcmPt to conduct the i buslness 0 the narrow Jjri as a single stan anPcals to congress to to the restoration of silver 1 use as a money with all the and legal tender pos All attempts to relieve situation by increasing the credit currency or multiplying expedience can afford but a With the supply con the population in Iapidly xIandiS ol tho present situation first mortgage bonds and ail and interest of the ill be sold at A at Special to Tho fire occurred at abnut ten oclock this moning in the buildings of the Keokuk Cooperage The buildings and stock were valued at about and before the fire could be extinguished a loss of about or was The property was insured for The lire was first discovered In the engine room and would not have gained so much It is had the water works been more prompt in furnishing the necessary Liens Filed Against the Shiirt Sioux wire filed In the district court of Dakota Nebraska against the Pacific Short line for nearly for material and work on theTlepots on the Robinson of Dubuque claims for lumber and Wallace Downs of Cedar Rapids want for labor The plaintiffs attorneys would say nothing further than that they expected that the claims would be made Gresham this morning decided the petitions for habeas corpus presented en behalf of Charles the Board of Trade and James treasurer of the Burlington and Quincy Kail road and held In both cases that tha orders of the district court ad judging both gentlemen in contempt and that they should be fined and imprisoned was Counselman and Peasley wore remanded to the custody of the Tho court first decided the Counselman In which Charles Counselman was adjudged to be in contempt for refusing to answer questions before the federal grand jury relating to alleged violations of the interstate commerce Judge Gresham held that Counselman must answer the because he was fully protected under section 800 of the constitution from being convicted on evidence lie might give The petition for a writ of was dis missed and Counselman remanded to the custody of the In deciding the application of Peaaley the judge said It appears from the first report of the grand jury that Peaa leys examination was limited to a crim inal charge against Freight Agent Mil of the tJurlicgton Evidence had already obtained tending to show that Miller had violated the and It was deemed necessary that the grand jury should see the paper which Peasley was asked to Peasleys testimony shows that ho was not guilty of the offense which the grand jury was and therefore the production of the papers demanded could not criminate and his refusal to pro duce the papers was the showing wnich he made before the grand jury had been different and it had appeared that the production of the papers might criminate for the reason given in the Counsel man he could not claim im munity under the fourth and fifth If a witness cannot claim tho privilege the benefit of he cannot claim it for the benefit of an and Peasleys refusal to produce the checks and vouchers because their production would tend to criminate the of which he is an is based upon nothing in the interstate commerce law or the Corporations acting as common car riers between states are not liable crim inally for violations of tho Interstate commerce nor are they exposed to Its penalties and For some satisfactory to only ths officers of such corporations and ship pers may bo punished for violating the It follows that the order of the dis trict court adjudging Pcasley in con tempt of Its authority and that he should be fined and imprisoned was and he will remain in the custody of the Attorneys for the petitioners will ap peal to the United States supreme In the Judge Gresham finds counselmen can be made to testify before tho grand jury because he is fully pro tected against punishment on his own cognisance In that section SBO of re vised statuses prevents any evidence he may give under such proceedure from over being used to criminate In the Peasley case petitioner is placed in the same The force of Judge Greshams ruling is very It is looked upon by the most eminent law yers as firmly establishing the Inter state commerce law by providing au avenue by which to reach AN INTERESTING The llllnoti Appellate Courts DecUIon Concerning a TInttbantiH Liability for Ills Special to The twelve months Isaac of this place was arrested and taken to New where she had been charged and indicted with poisoning a her pre vious husband before her marriage to Arts and whom shemajried In about three weeks after the demise of before her removal from here to employed Bissett to defend her gave Basaett notice that he would not pay any attor neys fees for defense of his Arts was tried at Elmtra and acquitted ot the Bassett brought suit for the recovery of a to the amount of against Arts attorneys demurred to the declara claiming that the defending of Arts did not come under the head of necessities bound to be provided by a husband for a Judge Glenn sus tained the The case went to the appellate which has just re versed the holding of Judge Glflnn and remanded the case back for The decision is a leading one of great In can party before thisConvention the other I never heard anything so If we succeed by a third party movement in smashing the republican party in a few of Its strongholds there can be no doubt about the election of a democratic president in Perhaps he would be elected by the house of rep but even in that case there would be no possibility of republican Cleveland There Is no man in the democratic party to whom the democratic alliance men are so bitterly He can never re ceive our Ho can never be nominated by any convention in which this alliance has We would like to see David B Hill in thn white I tell you tho alliance be lieves In the old Jacksonlan doctrine to the victors belong the We believe Hill would act according to that doc The Kansas and other Western third party enthusiasts are undoubtedly en couraged and deceived by the lakewarm ness of the southern alliance They imagine that their southern brethren are alliance men first and democrats provi This is not the as a care ful canvass of opinion has It Is doubtful if a trne realization of the democratic loyalty among them would dampen the ardor of the northwestern third party The craze has grown more intense among them every day since they came to They talk of nothing They are going to Cin cinnati In February with banners ilylng to create a secession of the republican are absolutely confident of securing the support of every alliance white and from Maine to They expect to organize branches of the Cltlzanb1 Alliance in every town and village in America before another year rolls Their call for the Cincinnati conven tion now has the signatures of delegates from New North North and Most of the southern signers are delegates of the southern The call will be Issued from Topeka a weelj or ten days AMERICAN FEDERATION OF PARNELiS Revulsion of Feeling in Ireland To ward the Uncrowned Ireland Kecantorcd ffroiu the BXc Carthy Geta la Uonor ofthe Old Olncent to be the con vention of the American Federation of Labor this Chairman Gomper appointed a committee to formulate the of the federation on the subject of an eighthour It was decided to elect officers resolution was adopted askiLg action by the federa tion to head off the immigration of labor ing men from Europe during the coming worlds A resolution asking the federation to support woman suffrage was reported The committee resolved to extend sympathy to the strik ing Alabama coal A resolution looking to a more discreet use of the boycott was A unanimous report indorsed the sec retarys report which pushed the eight hour day forward and was concurred in by the A grievance was read from the Southern Machinists union regarding the proposed affiliation and one of the delegates arose to denounce that section of their constitution which conuned the admission to white A resolution excluding such locals as drew the color and to organize machinists in the national body who do not Inject the race clause in the constitution was offered and finally adopted after con siderable A respectful request was added the southern unions to strike the color line clause fmm their constitutions and tho whole was re ported to the executive A motion was made pledgng the delegates present to lend their aid in their respective localities in the forming of labor unions of retail with a view of their affilla tiou with the Retail Clerks United Pro tective association of The re port of the committee on the presidents address said the sentiment of convention was not sufficiently strong In favor of a worlds labor congress in Chicago in 1S93 to recommend such an undertaking WOM2K FOB hangs on the issue and abldo by that they nations Thny enumeratejjt charges against Faroe aa HespeaksaflifncTviuithoi clue to her They about concluded that she has left the A Chief Ecleer city and areC tailing of compelling her old lover to tell where she has gone She is twentytwo years old and is a re markably pretty and attractive Her parents are respectable people and are heartbroken at their daughters es A GOLOBED LOIHAEIO Compelled to Marry a Dirt He Han rSpodsltoTneHawtS Ear Albert Special to The Hans the famous has severed his connection with the Iowa Weslcyan To express the general regret of the citizens Is an Im His action is a hard blow io the It is said that he will hereafter devote himself entirely to con for which he has always had a predominating HAMPTON KNOCKED John Alliance Elected to Sncceed Irby was elected 0nitcd States senator to day to succeed Wade John Laurens Manning Irby was born at South September He attended the University of Virginia and afterwards He practiced law but two years and since then has resided on his plantation near Laursns and farmed When he entered the political arena four years ago he at once became a prominent He espoused the cause of the farmers movement at its inception and was an admirer of Captain co i a Periodical adjnst k and tusiness to the have recei seen has troitand Cleveland and the u cates that he went on to Officers arpworhlng on the single gold Is needed Is asls of primary o adequate in be Has been and Is not likely to 11 folding atXew Duluth penters were precipitated 1 all were seriously Indigestion assorted Ontwitted the A Fire at A fire in the rear of the Tremont hotel block this afternoon caused little damage to tho but the stocks of Ineelde boots and shoes Steam s clothing and Hoyts grocery house were badly damaged by me losses will aggregate Probably Killed MASOS The body of Devi who mysteriously disappeared from his home at v 3S was found near Tues day Itwas in a strawstack and the throat was cut from ear to It Is be lieved that he committed Shoplifters Special to The Two strangers were arrested hero yesterday In the act of One fellow engaged the attention of the clerk of Huis kamps store while tho other one stole SOUTHERN DEMOCRATS WERE A Confederate Scheme to Disrupt the Re publican attitude of the southern democratic workers both Inside and outside the In regard to the third party very They will oppose any Indorsement of a third party movement in the but they encouraging the northwesernrepiiblicann and the negroes In their which Is expected to culminate at Cincinnati in The brainiest men among the southern alliance delegates are working to this Said one of the ablest of them to the Sun correspondent today You may rest assured of the financial platform which the alliance will adopt tomorrow will be liberal enough for every democrat in the country to stand We have been working night and day to bring the farmers to several boxes of fine They are in A Brakcroan8 Special to The HawkEyeJ DBS This even ing whilemaking a flying switch a brake man on the Rock Island had an arm crushed entirely off and sustained other severe bruises which may prove A Mason City Man Thomp of Mason a wealthy UoeV dealer has killed in a railw ay accident at their and we are now assured of If our republican alliance brothers in the northwest want to form a third party at Cincinnati we have no We shall be glad to see them do but It will not be supported by the white alliance men of the Wo shall go to Cincinnati and see what happens but we shall not send delegates from the southern states That would be carrying it too If we should do that we mleht start a whirlwind that we couldnt If the northwest organizes a third party in February the republican party will never be able to reclaim the It is always the history of such movements that a party has no enemies so bitter as those who have just left its Rices denunciation of the republl Bleetinc of tho Special Commission of the Methodist Church at special commission of the Methodist Episcopal church In the United the proceedings ot which will be of more than ordinary interest to members of that denomination throughout the coun opened Its sessions In the Roberts Park Tne membership of commission comprises Bishop Bowman and John B Jacob Wil Luke Chicago Alpha Philadelphia Charles San Tex Jacob and the lay William Mont Buffalo Hiram Samuel Denver Los and Colonel The question which the commission was called upon to discuss is what portion of the discipline Is the organic law and con stitution of the and what portion is merely At the last general conference the question of interpretation was raised on the proposition of admitting women del and after considerable discussion was decided to appoint a consisting of seven seven lay men and the thus representing each conference to prepare and submit to the general conference of 1S92 paragraphs to take the place of para graphs sixtythree and sixtyfour of the present These paragraphs define and determine the constitution of the general defining by whom It should be composed and by what method it should be and gen erally declares It is expected that the commission will be In session for at least a A Noteworthy Prom the Klmtlall While columns ot the Graphic are open to any and all unobjectionable adver yet It is quite Impossible for us to speak knowingly of the merits of the various articles of merchandise ad Particularly is this true of patent But there are excep tions occasionally and a noteworthy ex ception is the celebrated Chamberlains Cough This now universally known medicine has been advertised the Graphic for four or flveyears butnot until recently had wo any personal knowledge of Its wonderful efficacy which has come about through the pre influenza and the stubborn cough that has so often attended In the writers family the medicine has on sev eral occasions this winter cured a cough that baffled any and all other remedies and the number of families in Klmball and in which this remedy has been used with like and attests its value as a specific for coughs and colds of every lilinoU state grange today adopted resolutions de manding the appointment of George Ball as railroad and warehouse commissioner the election of United States senators by the people placing binders and mowers on the free and the exclusion of liquor from the worlds fair All claims not consistent with the high tremendous popular ovation tendered Parneli at the Rotunda last nght has exercised a most favorable inllnence upon Irish number of his adherents is growing party has ceased all communication with the McCarthy wing and Is conducting a campaign en tirely from within its own There fore Parnell3 plans are cot as easily surmised as before the his said that the cam paign would not be to but that the movement ia favor of Pirnells leadership would be simultane ously organized In America and Austra and meetings held that would leave no doubt as to the sentiment of the Irish wherever The high sheriff last night presided over a meeting held at A parlia mentary committee was selected and changed withthe duty of opposing Mr In his address the chairman stated that twentyone national of the municipal council of Cork would antagonize Parneiis remaining at the head of the The offices of United Irel md are again in the possession of The antiPirnellites who last ngh ousted the representatives of Parneli from the after destroying such leaders as had been prepared by his newly appointed took their after having ap pointed a which was loft In pos session with orders to prevent Par neli or his friends entering the This morning accompanied by a large number of friends and sup proceeded to the oQise of United forced the drove out the antlParnelllte guard and again assumed The whole affair was wit nessed by a number of none of whom offered any opposition to the summary proceedings of the As soon as Parneli found himself again In control of the building he ap peared at a window and addressed the He shouted that he wnuld fight the battle to the that he would only allow the country todecido the and that he would submit to the dictation of He appeared to be fiercely ex and to have lost hs usual self Parneli at re ception in this city was similar to that accorded him in An address from the national league was presented to him in tha chamber of com where a tremendous crowd had In reply he spoke in the same vein shat marked his Doublin His remarks were punctuated tumultuous applause Later in tho day Parneil started for An enormous crowd assem bled at the Dublin station and loudly cheered him as he entered the At Naas he received an address from a local branch of the National At Monasteravan there was an antiParnell demonstration when the train a priest leading the opuosition cheering for OBrienAt Mallow the ma jority of tha crowd hooted and only a few cheers being raised for At Cork thn crowd gathered and Parneil was received with au out burst of He has been in vited to visit Before the train left Mallow the crowd grew very violent and made repeated attempts to enter Parneils The mob flour ished sticks and shonted Down with the Down with the libertine and similar Gladstone to a Gladstone ar rived today at Retford depot and ad dressed a meeting of two thousand ner He the continuance of Par neil In the leadership would fatal to home rule in Scotland and Parneil was no longer the leader of the Irish who had separated themselves from He Gladstone admitted that the Irish party ought to be Independent of that consid and that ths settlement of this question ought to be left to but there was something behind consid erations In Irish the great canse of liberalism In Ireland and He believed the OShea divorce pro ceedings would entirely destroy the moral force needed in Ireland for anyone who would be the leading champion of the national The liberals were after what had happened In the divorce to make Parcell the constitutional governor of Gladstone subsequently addressed an audience of five thousand persons at a workshop pointing out the Importance of continuing the struggle for Ireland de claring thatniegUIation for Ireland conld not be obtained until the country had got rid of the home rule ent deplorable situation 2 He pledged t to repel the char In connection wit ttu OShea casei butiurt the time came to do this he He does not hesitate tf renoaoceB denounce the mnl tirades dCSmrushfriendao Iriah 1 bertvaswolvs v But theEnglish wolvesand tbeJr express the oplnicn of JfcvPL and he cannot mend by cftHlag The remainder of Letnter i tion was the most RustairiMrifFarhe3 without playing IreUnU feisty 13 of whertas it The position before Ireland t dwelt upon at foitl that Parneils reelection gratitude for past and his dep sitlon to the fact that if he continued leader the struggle might as welf been The maaifestosajs must be aware that pcidOnuUty obstructs effor s fur freedomt and leaves Ireland with nothing for yearswjs but the abominable syntem imwwed by prcse t If ho Is government wilt resume coercionj rtcjivea leasu and the struggle foehomepv rule be lost to the living gear ratinD Tter nnalquenlcn whlchrestswith the iljuis tor PaineUorwinaUwithoutJ rule with Gladstone Is The signers say they refuse Gladstone for or to sistori the liberal leaders revealing htei pUri for home which action say would be foolish and give to Irelands The signers refuse to believe that Gladstone desired to He wasjS bound to publish his conviction that the1 retention of Parneli in the ship of the Irish party would home Why shonld a maa of one waste the brief remnant of Ufa jLj in a struggle foredoomed to failure Liberal Unionist executive mittee of the Liberal Unionist tion itsued a long from which i the following are extracts Parnell and the Pirnellites always i have been an untrustworthy body upon J whose pledges no reliance could be paced and whose parliamentary cedents made them unfit and unsafe allies for any great No dlstlnc J tion can be made between the Parnellites and the The Utter condoned his delinquencies and accepted his policy j and now sacrifice him as the means of extorting fresh terms from their The mistake tha British home rulers made was In allowing themselves to be convinced that either the methods or ob jects of the Irish revolutionaires had Neither faction will ever cept home rula without mental reserva tion for absolute seperation and com plete Irish SSNBEAL FOEEOK Editor OBrien8 NBW conversation with a representative of the Associated Press regarding the Vidtul Ireland In William editor of that said the dispatches stated the edition which Parneli attempted to sup press by force was to contain a bitter at tack on OBrien cannot believe as when the arose he cabled instructions to the manager that if the party decided in favorof Parneil to hand over the paper to his authorized If the decision 4was against him to support the parties views moder ately and see without fail that nothing personally offensive to Parneil should He received a reply that these instructions would be Referr ing to the statement that Parnell acted in virtue of his authority as director of the company and that he owns a majority of the OBrien said the shares stand nominally In Parneils name are less than half the capital of the com Parnell ceased to bo director five years aeo for the express purpose of guarding himself from pecuniary or criminal responsibility for the the wisdom of which course was con curred In by OBrien and Those who took possession of the UriKcil Ireland office had not a shadow of legal As to last nights re capture from the OBrien could only surpmlse that some kind peor pie of who had not forgotten the record of the allowed their natural feelings to outrun their forbear ANIIPAKNEIi To Conciliate Sugar government pro poses to rednce tha excise duty on beet root in order to coaeiliate the sugar mac ufactrirers of the J Senator Decl arandson of Marquis dieds united meetinjrbfc the state council and national council to day elected for president of tha re and Hauser for vice Wrapping Paper aiilia meeting of the Western Wrapping Paper Mill assoctar tion was held here The meeting decided that the entire prodact of the mills in the association shonld be sold agents of the organization Instead salemen of individual All oC the mills will shnc down for one week trie later part of this The associa tion also voted the advance of flye ceats per hundred pounds in the price of all In discussing the shut Jndga of Cedar staged that Iowa had a very strict law covering trusts acd he feared shonld the lowans comply with the spirit of such action as proposed it would be in violation of the law and peniten tiary stared the instigators of un lawful proceedings In the Chair man said the re cently declared the organization conld not hold together thirty days To teach the a lesson the shnfe down would be most and one was accordingly lllinoU Farmers alliince adjourned The reso lutions adopted denounce the foreign ownership of liquor Chicago stock yards option deal ing in grain favor twocent government control of railroads free coinage of uniform series of text books to be supplied by the j election or all state offices by direct vote of the They aso favor and English education for every child and tha Australian ballot system and Conger lard A was elected t Killed Vive Jop lin shot and killed five persons this morning at the Jenny Lead miles east of and then Thoso killed were John wife Lou ai prominent and an The only clue to the cause ot the trouble liesIn the report that SSewj art intimated Jbplln was the cause of Miss Millers Suit by aMedical DES Ec1 began action In district court here Medical college began In the j district court here yesterday morning for a writ of certiorari to test of the state board of medical In refusing to recognize the Several other state have followed the Iowa board lathis re J and the result will be of able Ravaicea ot the BeHtiiau fxp twelve counties In eastern Kansas shov great ravages by the Hessian lly among the earlysown From counties the crop Is reported ia ftneTcoc The acreage sown thlsvfallkWtt exceed Gave the Vtrra an ot Barker tfi sus most Important pended flrm had given a to meet the Tti the firm will resume soon character of Syrup of Figs are purposely avoided by the California Fig Syrup com It acts gently on the liver and cleansing the system but It is not a cureall and makes no pretensions that every will not for a disordered liver try Beechama l Formal Charges Made Against Strong Appeal for Ireland antiParnell of the Irish parliamentary party have Issued their promised manifesto to the Irish In this thsy say FceHnir bound to protect our couutrys causo at whatever personal we found ourselves under the sad necessity ot terminat ing Parnell leadership It would have been easier to Icavo htm undisturbed but such a course would have left every man ot us a traitor to his dis regarding our appeals to the coun evinced an illJudged to untenable thns thrrat eningto plunue Ireland into acontlict whlcK may ovetwheinihtr and cause fair proBpecta to disappear It lathe duty of the Irishmen irrespective of all consideration oC for nell or these differing with ta adopra course that will tend to save i detailing various their action the signers whatever ae Aa Offer for the from that Cherokee say ceived a C of hintf wilL entertain bid Cherokee Sniclde ot j ator through he1 Bee Drf1 defeat at the4teelecrtntt wasthacaioael Aruold motntngr athfift clerk e Henry whotesal 1 V I   

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