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   Oskaloosa Evening Herald (Newspaper) - January 21, 1896, Oskaloosa, Iowa                                f THE VOLUME NtJMBER V JANUARY 1896 ESTABLISHED SOT Senate Committee Divided on the Davis Gladness Comes With a better understanding1 of the transient nature of the many phys ical ills which vanish before proper ef rightly There is comfort in the knowledge that so many forms of sickness are not due to any actual dis but simply to a constipated condi tion of the which the pleasant family SyrupoE prompt ly That is why it is the only remedy with millions of iamil and is everywhere esteemed so highly by all who value good Its beneficial effects are due to the that it is the one remedy which promotes internal without debilitating the organs on which it It is therefore all in order to get its bene ficial to note when you pir that you have tho genuine which is manufactured by the California Fig Syrup and sold Ivy all rep utable If in the enjoyment of good and the system is then laxa tives or other remedies are not If afflicted with any actual one may be commended to the most skillful but if in need of a then one should have the and with the wellinformed every Syrup of frigs stands highest and is most largely and givesmost general BLOOD POISON f Copper o Old IHAVEYOU ulcers In REMEDY 8O7 Muionlc Temple for proofs of CapH d HairFalling Writo COOI FULL TEXT OF THE MAJORITY It Declares That Any Extension of For eign Dominion on This Continent la a Menace to UBOther Senate ItJ SB lOOpage booJc b cases cured in 1C Professional M Physician and SUCCESSOR TO Office Northwest corner Office 11 to and 2 to 4 and f to 8 Residence 407 Phone J HUNTER M HOMKOFATHIST Ufflce hours from 9 to IZ and from to 4 and 7 to 8 Office over Saving Telephone B D umcB In Frankel Residence 408 A Avenne telephone Osfcalooaa Diseases of Woman and Children Riven peola Office over Picketta drug Residence 7011st avenue east AND SUBSKOBi Office In THE next dcor lu Morris drug LAMBERT Nervous Diseases of Females special Oflice over Mahaaka County State Telephone Residence 322 North C Office in Evans southeast cor ner Rooms 5 and Resilience sorner 1st street and Bd W AT LAW ASD NOTABY Special attention given to damage anil Office Rooms 8 and 4 Evans south east Oska Iowa Dl Ufflce over the Golden Residence 615 8tb Avenue Telephone Sours 9 to 11 and to Officehours from to EO m to Office In rankels pe titions were presentedin the senate Monday and referred to committees in favor of the Stone bill relating to im raising the level of the great service the recognition of Cuban the retirement of greenbacks anil relating to the Transvaal Senator Davis from the committee on foreign report ed preamble and resolution on the Mon roe doctrine as follows Tho Monroe Doctrine by the the house ol representatives President in his mes to congress on December Anno Domini deemed It proper to assert as a In which the rights and Interests of the United States are that the American by the free and in dependent condition which they have as PUined find were thenceforth not to be considered as subjects for future colonization by any European And President Monroe further fleclarecl in that message that the United States would consider any attempt by the allied powers of Kurope to extend their system to any portion of this hemls 1 there as dangerous to ous peace and safety that with tho existing colonies and de pendencies ot any European power we have not Interfered and should not inter fere but that with the governments who have declared their independence and maintained and whose independence we havo on jjient consideration and Just prin ciples we could not view any Interposition Iorthepurposeof oppress or oimtrolllnt In any other manner their by any European In any other llsht than as tie manifestation of an unfriendly disposi tion towards the Inited and further reiterated in that message that it Is Im possible that Ihe allied powers should ex tend their political system to any portion of cither continent without endangering our peace and the doctrine and policy so proclaimed by President Monroe have since been repeatedly asserted by the United by executive declaration nponoccasionsandexlgenciesslmllar to the particular occasion and exigency which caused them to be first and have been ever since their promulgation and now are the rightful policy of the United Therefore be It That the United States of America reatllrms and confirms the doctrine and principles promulgated by rrcsiilnnl Monroe in his message of and declares that it will assert and maintain the doctrine and those principles ami will regard any infringe ment thereof and particularly any attempt by any European power to take or acquire any new or additional territory on the American or any island ad jacent or any right or sov ereignty or dominion in the In any case or instance as to the United States shall deem such attempt to be dangerous to its or or by or through protec or by control of the easement In any cnnal or any other means transit across tho American whether under unrounded pretension or right in cases of alleged boundary or under any other unfounded disposition toward the United and as an inter position which it would be in any for the United States to regard with Koporl Not The concurrent resolution was placed on the Senator Gray a member of the commit tee on foreign stating that the report was not an unanimous Senator Wokott gave notice he would address the sen ate on Sewell resolution relative to the Monroe doctrine on Monday Senator Warren offered u resolution looking to legislation for the preservation of American herds and and said that he would ad dress the senate upon next Thurs The resolution heretofore offered by Senator placing limitations on Monroe doctrine and eondiining the presidents mes snge on the subject was taken Up and Senator Sexvell addressed the senate upon The Sen ell Senator Sewell talked for a long time in support of his resolution and argued that Clevelands position was far in advance ol what was contemplated in and that the tllcet of ii would be the establishment ol a protectorate over Mexico and over each of the South American and Cen 1ral American No action was taken on Senator Sewells but Senators and lianiols gave notice of their intention to address the senate upon it next Wednesday and progress was made upon the bone bill with the free coinage substi reported from the committee on Senator Jones who has charge of gave as a reason for not pushingit the fact that scv cral senators who desired to speak upon it were not yet prepared and wanted more time to gettheir speeches ready but Senator Hill hinted that the vote was kept back until after the election of the two senators from Senator Peffers bill to provide for proper disposition of the remains of deceased members of the senate and house of representatives who die at the capital during the sessions of congress was Objections to some of the provisions of the bill were sug gested by Senators Platt ilale Faulkner and Hawloy The bill was For Public Kuililliif lit The joint resolution heretofore in troduced by Senator Cullom authorizing the employment of a skilled architect o assist the supervis ing architect of the treasury depart in preparing the plans and specifications for the public build ing in and appropriating for that was taken Senator Berry opposed the joint resolution on account of tho extravagant appropriation for the as sistant Senator Stewart found in the question sufficient matter for a short financial He thought that was the only alter native that the people had for getting money out of the treasury and there fore if people wanted money for public buildings they hod better take it They could not get it in any other The after further discus was 49 PERISHED BY BAYARD Ambassador to England Tells the House About His SAYS HE WAS INCORRECTLY Beauty and Purity Sold throughout Found in Cuticura hroughout tho British dcpott U King POTTZK Solo IOWA Theater Hums in Piu sons dispatch from capital of the gov ernment that name in South gives the details of a lire that occurred in a causing large loss of The fire was discovered while a per formance was going The specta tors became panicstricken and a wild rush for the Many of them were knocked trampled un der foot and rendered The buildingwas of wood and the fire spread with great Before all of the terrorstricken people could get outside the theater was a mass ol The scene outside was Those who had relatives and friends in the theater rushed about wildly crying for help to save Every effort was made to save those in the burning build but the heat was so intense that for some time it was impossible to ap proach the Even had it been possible to approach the efforts to save those inside would have probably been as they were probably sulV cated before the fire reached After the ruins had cooled off suffi ciently a search was commenced for the Fortynine bodies have al ready been taken A number of pelsous who were known to have been in the theater are still and there is scarcely any doubt that their bodies will be found later in the QniHtion of RcxnhinlKsion of I hi Prohibi tion in the DCS resnbmis sion question came belure the legislature 1or the llrst time Senator rcr of introduced the resolu which is in the regular and if will necessitate nn election durinjr the coming at which the voter will determine whether they desire prohf Ijillon to be made a part of the fundamental law of the The resolution was unex and created a small iiiinic in senate for a It was eared it would pushed at how merely askod that U KO to the com mittee on constitutional amendments and lie printed in the lie explained lirivatcly Unit lie introduced it because he was Instructed to do so by the convention which nominated The resolution will probably not lie brought up till consider ably later in the It will have I come before the body at some and will be the cause of a bitter Highest of all in Leavening Govt Report MILLIONS Keelill ri GIVEN ami Wealthy Wills to u a will oC Jlrs Anna the wealthy and somewhat eccentric Pittsburgh lady who died in last was tiled here By the provisions of the will her entire estimated to be worth is given to the hospital of the Prot estant Kpiseofiil Philadel This hospital is maintained for the benefit of the white female sick or convalescent orphan The will stipulates that there shall be no denominational and askes that a preference be given to children have lost both SUSPICIOUS livtu Charts of Ameri can representative of the press has ascertained upon ab solutely trustworthy authority that the chief commanding olHcer of the new Hying squadron of war ships has been supplied with special charts of Xorth American the West Indies seas and the Mediterrane The infornumt of the press has seen the MUSIC W1LLODQHBY Globe First Avenue Organist and Chorister at James dplacopal Director Philharmonic Professor of Voice Cul OSKALOOSA ENCAMPMENT Meets in Odd Fellows West High on the first and third Monday In ate Robert SIS North your Sla im and Cement a wtf When any part of thq body isnt doing the work that nature intended it to it puts the whole sys tem out of of Sickness in one part of the body is likely to run into all parts of the When child ren stand a row of bricks on they knock the whole row down by setting one That 13 exactly what happens to the health when the bow els fail to perform their proper Consti pation makes trouble all along the line puts the liver out of is bad for the for the It holds in the body poisonous and because it cannot KO any place it gets into the The blood carries u all over the sys That makes had breath and foul taste in the fills the stomach with gaa and causes windy stops digestion in the causes sour heartburn and head You can avoid all such for Pierces Pleasant Pellets CURE ptipation and its attendant Iuncriil of Frank The funeral ol Frank Lawler Monday morning was accompanied by the largest popu lar and official demonstration of civic character since the funeral of Carter Thousands came to tho luuuble family home and to the church on foot and in at least people on the In the funeral cortege were SOO six being loaded with tloral City letter grand army civic al past and secret so cieties and the Democratic Marching clutfalso followed the remains and the mourning family to the church nnd Miss HiirtonH Clara president of the American Na tional Red and the members of her personal are hard at work pre paring to sail from Xew York on Wednesday the en route to where the finishing touches will be applied to the already welldeveloped plans for distributing American donations among the suf fering in When the relief corps reaches if there are any barriers to bo Miss Barton will the task of per sonally them in her own Nat Goodwin Sues tor Curl oC New York known on the stage us Nat has tiled a suit in the United States court against the Chicago Tribune for dam alleging the publication of a wicked and malicious state ment to the effect that the comedian had gambled at faro and won last Saturday night and so violated the law of the state and ordinance of the Killed by a School a prominent of Sevier was shot nnd killed Sunday night by Samuel a school Williams whipped Lovejoys who was attending his The killing resulted from a that grew out of the Williams made his lalo United States post ollice died suddenly of heart fail ure Sunday The deceased was til years of He served ill he Wis consin legislature in 1ST and was ser peantatarms of the assembly in Kleit the subcommit tee delegated by the republican nation al committee to perfect arrangements for the republican national convention on June 10 Monday elected of sergeantat artns by a vote of lour to ISoily gang of work men employed by the Louis Star Monday afternoon recovered tlie body of Charles which had been lying since January S under a mass of debris from the wreck of the buildings at 309 North Second On that date an explosion of fireworks caused the death of seven men employed in the Erickson was buried under tons ot debris and the insurance ad justers refused to permit excavation un less This was guaranteed by Louis To Ho JJtMidy lu Ciitfo ol1 was learned Sunday that an agent of the war depart ment has been making inquiries in this city for an available site for the loca tion of a fortification for the protection of the city in ease of a foreign Onesite considered is located at liocky six miles west of on a from which heavy guns could command the entrance to the harbor cast and There were no negotia tions as to the purchase of the Town a lit lie ham let of Jefferson en joys the distinction of being the only Wisconsin settlement of any size with out a woman resident or At present it has a star route mail service a dry goods and grocery butter and cheese black smith and repairing and a resi dent population of perhaps 100 It is known as ihe inwn without a Spoke Without Premeditation or Xoton and JTits Xo Means of Correcting tltc Reporterslie Asks for Fair Tront imnt by tho the house Monday a joint resolution was agreed to authorizing n change of plans for tho public building at The presidents reply to house resolution calling for the correspond ence in the state department relative to speeches delivered at and by Am bassador was delivered by one of the presidents The president transmits a report from the secretary of in addition toother and says In response to that part of said res olution which information as to the action taken by the president concerning Ihe speeches therein re ferred I reply that no action has been tnkon by such as is indicated in the report and the cor respondence herewith The secretary of states after citing the simply presents the cor respondence with on the and says that aside from these communications no action has been taken by the The lirst letter is from Bayard to Secretary dated December in which he says ho observes from the newspapers in Kngiand the aelion of the house of representatives looking to his and incloses a printed copy of the ICdiniinrgh ad 1ayanl adds AilibltHKildtir In the absence of precise Information of the text of the said to have been adopted by the house and not propos ing to anticipate the action of either or both houses of observing in the course of the reCer oncn was made to the diplomatic olllccrs of the Inlteil respectfully advert to article seven nnd its in or der that your attention may be drawn to the fact that the address in question was delivered before an Institution purely literary and scientilic in its and wholly unconnected with political which has honored two of my official pred ecessors with similar Invitations which In both cases had been accepted subjects political in their nature and the law of tho havlnpr been respec tively selected and treated with distin guished No political canvass was pcndliiK or approaching in this country when my ad dress was no interference or anticipation in local or parly political con cerns in this country was therefore Possi The address consisted of my personal opinions upon governmental institutions in moral forces and tenden cies which underlie and Ihe ROVCIII monlal policies which assist in the con servation of the freedom of Ihe individual as an essential integer of human progress and of Ihe permanence of The judgments V delivered were formed by me after careful in lheir sundry historical fuels and arguments tendingto sustain thorn were When the congress shall have concluded its action on the subject It is possible that I may desire to submit a further state 1 consider it proper to place before you the address itself in and the facts connected with Us de Spoke Without Piriiuilitiitinii and Sunday Huyard are obvious In these the two re they are such as are usually incidental under similar circum as to the remarks attributed to spoke without without unaware of a reporters and have no means except recol lection now somewhat vague to enable me to correct cither 1 shall not essay although it ts obvious the reporters failed to catch my words sometimes in Latin and confused Jiut both reports are sufficiently full and accurate to describe the purpose of m visit and general nature and intent of my 1 also enclose herewith two additional copies of the address I made before the Philosophical oC on November 7 AHIH Fair If It is desired to gather tho actual pur port and meaning of my It would appear to be necessary that phrases should not be separated from the but thai all the parts should be considered In their relation to each and as the honorable house of representatives have in tho grave exercise of their duty instituted inquiry into what haft been said and done by me on the occasion referred includingthe circumstances It mav not be nnrcaaonablo for me to ex Baking Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE press the liopo mat In simplejustice a full publication of I lie remarks undergoing criticism may accompany the expression of any judgment they may arrive at in The wasrferred to the commit on foreign Cannon reported the urgency deficiency AoHilemy Appropriation On motion of Hull house into committee of the in the to consider the military academy appropriation The bill was reported favorably to the lioiise nnd Irosvenor reported from the committee ways and menus a joint resolution directing the immediate destruction oC ail re turns made under the income lax pro vision of the tariff bill ot which has since been declared unconstitu tional by the supreme At on motion of Cannon IHIISC IromotioM for Hardy offered u resolution looking ii the recognition of the serv ices of The resolution revives the jrade of lieu tenanl general in order that when deemed 1o 1he dis tinguished services of and the law reviving be jjrade N to expire on the retirement of JOHN ALLEY Millionaire KxContfrcKstiiiiii anil rcctor or the Itilon iHltlr of died Sunday night from aged is Alley was iin exrepresentative in an exdirector of llie tnion Iicific lailroad and a pioneer of the old free soil lie began life as an ap prentice in a shoe factory and was worth several million dollars when he Alleys political career began in by his election alderman in The next year lie was in llie governors later in tin1 Massa chusetts senate and in lie was a member of consl itutional conven tion and freesoli chairman ot the stale central in 1S51 lie entered congress and served four was connected with Oakes Ames in tho 1niou Pacific GEORGIA PREACHER MAY SOON Recognition of tho Cuban Insur gents Said to Be ABOUT TO BE It Is Sulil Thut tin IVrsidiiit Contein pbitiK SlUb Art Owing to a Kilief That Spain Is Trying to Sell Cnlia to 1artly The Howard Watch Clock of I his with brunches in Xew Yprk and will partly suspend work in its watch department next to the small demand for high grade The cliuU iin departments of the company will not shut down and thecompany expects to reopen its watch department in one or two his re port for the last calendar year Theodore commissioner of says there was not n failure of a state or national bank in Michigan during the There were three failures of private At the close of the year there were JH state banks and three Irusl companies in NebraHka Hank hi The of Commerce tlrand has been turned over to Hie slate banking and a request scut for an exam iner to The bank is one of this largest under state control in being it is un for Senator ol is interested in Ms son being an Kb statement ot assets and liabilities lias been GOOD FOR EVERYBODY Almost everybody takes some laxative medicine to cleanse trie system and keep the blood Those who take SIMMONS LIVER REGULATOR liquid or powder get all the benefits of a mild and pleasant laxative and tonic that purifies the blood and strengthens the whole And more than this LIVER REGU LATOR regulates the keeps it active and and when the Liver is In pood condition you find yourself free from Sick Headache and and rid of that worn nut and debilitated These are all caused by a sluggish Good digestion auJ freedom from stomach troubles will only be had when the liver is properly at If troubled with any of these ttv SIMMONS LIVER The KiiiR of Liver Medi and Heller than K ii Uas the Z Stamp lu red on wi COVIOKw FiiriHlifniirr Suspoctid of Tnkim OfTiiiBO at n has just been rrceivcd here of the mysteri ous nssnssiuution of Warren Pow a wellknown country near Halls Powers was called to his door at night and falling dead in the arms of his The sus picions of the oflicers here have bccu directed to a man named a member of Powers and he is under It said l hat last Sunday preached a strong sermon against themarital of sonic of the and Dixon look the sermon as applying to Dropped J crrc morning while Charles an em ploye of a rolling was angrily talking to his from whom he hail been separated for a long she fell dead his She had started for the depot to go to the home of her parents in and he hail overtaken her to ask her to sign a paper which he wanted to use in a suit She luul refused to sign the paper and he was talking excitedly to her some witnesses say threatening sh fell It Is tlat denial is given at the war department to tho report from Florida that the depart ment has requested the governor ot tlfij state to put the Florida troops ill readiness to take the field at a mo ments In first it is the president has no constitu tional or lawful authority to make such a and in the next place there is no emergency that would justify the calling out of Ihe men who make up the Florida Convict llitugs stale ot Missouri is saved the expense of a trial of George the convict who killed icorge a wit li a shoe in the penitentiary Uerim Sunday morning Arnolds body was found hanging in his lie had made a rope out of his with which he endvd his I lew as sentenced from for Slutue of The Sherman statue commission has decided to place the equestrian statue of to be erected in under llie auspices iif Hie Army of the on lie reservation just south of Hie United States treasury when it can be seen the length of Pennsyl vania avenue from I lie capilol Archbishop of Ciinliual William lleiuilo archbishop ot was lonnd dead in bed al at fours lie as born ill Ihli and n cardinal in An All iron church weighing Do tons seating GOO people and costing is being put up for the Bulgarian con gregation in crisis has been reached in 1 he Cuban Rec ognition of the belligerency of the pa t riot army by the Iuitcd States is immi Cleveland is saiil to have prepared a which may be issued in llie immediate The it intended to the insurgents last when he learned of the recall of Mar shal lint under the circum stances the executive thought such rec ognition would lie regarded is inop portune and unfriendly to and he withheld the important document pending llie appointment of successor 1o Within the last IS Cleveland is said to have learned Ibai despairing of a snc cesslul lenntnnHon of the had of fered to sell Cuba lolireat Tin belief is held in some quarters that the Hying squadron of rent llritnin is lies lined for service in I f 1 his is so nr wi 11 resu The cession of Cuba lo ircat would be re sisted by the Ciulcd Slates to the last Oflieial informal ion from the hite house is but it is now evident that serious complications an al AVill lliive Stippnrl of it is will issue a inal ion Authori ties agree that the not should take the Congress ill support the president Scnor head of the Iliban party in the Iniled says Our ease is The president and congress will the insur gent Seiior Ialmn adds that it is nceesnry that the insurgents should hold a matter of has taken half a dozen ports in the hist leaving Hie Spanish army penned up in Belligerency cnu be recognized when have established Ihemselvcs on a basis of apparent by having military establishments able to compete with the armies of the parent country and have established a form of If the crisis is as acute as would seem to be from Ihe reports in circula tion Admiral will doubtless be instructed to leave Hampton Konds on short not ice with an expedition to interests on the island would afford ground for the landing of in the event of an In Sympathy with the senate subcommittee on foreign charged with the of the Cuban of which Senators Morgan and Lodge arc the on Monday morning dis cussed the matter referred to them for an hour and a ft cm be said that these three senators are a unit in their opinion as to under certain con should be They arc each in favor ol the recognition ot the in surgents as they been unable to convince themselves that the time has come for such a reso lution or that the insurgents have ac complished that which will justify the Inited States in taking such It is thai Ibis stib ommittee will report material prog ress when the full committee meets If they are confronted h the convincing that the in surgents have not done that which jus the passage of a resolution by congress asking the president to Taut the recognition asked the committee will probably So the next bet thing and order a favorable report on a reso lution declaring the sympathy ot this government with those in rebellion against the Spanish government and expressing the strong hope that they may ultimately Ho member of the discuss ing the question in said that should the new captain who is to assume command of the Spanish forces on the begin a campaign of cruelty and as it is claimed his general reputation leads many to suppose he he will speedily bring about action on Ihe part of congress that will give the insurgents great if it does not go to the extent urged bv Troiluclion or Pin I bulletin of tinAmerican Iron Steel associa tion says The total production of pig iron in the Cnited Stales in I uns tho largest in our iron making amounting In gross against ions in production in was tons more linn in when our largest previous production of one of Ihe most prominent Kng lish speaking residents of I his wan elected mayor Montreal Monday by   

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