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VOL. XLIV. HO 134.
BOSK I8LASTD. ILL., THURSDAY, MABCH 26, 1896
FBI03 TIDIES C3T8.
TIED niMUP TIGHT
Something of a Surprise Appears
in South Dakota,
PETTI&2IW3 LABOR WAS 13 VATS.
lUpabllmn Convention Itrjeela Tr Sil
ver, Makes lb rWaatar a Ita-legata,
Pnlltlrnlly Caga auid Illnds Hint, and II
Aoes-pla Tba Intra Money 1'laak Adop
ted lot 11 M. Lnal Frames Another for
lfrt Oaaeiml I'olltlcal N.wa.
Helios, a I)., March SC. Tho Ropubll
cunt of uuth Dakota TMtorday held one
tit the) moat rirUing conventions In the
history of tho stat'. At noon the convcn
tlon woe calli il to order, and otter a brief
olon in which tt9 temporary ormnl&v.
tiori wm cITectcd a rrocw wai taken till
Inter In tho rly. When tho conrcntion
roiuiwnitilcil tbo rcrl work was done. For
reki tho contest bad been whrix! all orer
the mat.), find tho convention was limply
the rrci.nllnjr of the result. . rVinatnr Pct
tlruw ciimo homo from Washington for
the nnnouncoJ purposo of securing bis
own election ns drlrgnt-j to tbo St. Lou In
c invention, announcing himself as for
Allison, and ns Irolnu; anxious to get on
tho resolutions committee of the national
convention that ha might help secure a
frco silver plunk In tho platform.
tuiver Imm Wne Clearly Drawn.
On this announcement of his policy and
purpooo bo begnn work and the Issno was
clearly drawn all over tho state. Tho re
sult isa.frrrot defeat to tho senator, for
not only wt ho comrx-lled to announce
that ho would rote for McKlnlry and
"sound money," tint tho other delegates
formally ileckk-J that lie should not bo
allowed a placo cn any of the committees
of tho nit t Until convuntion. All thouVlo-n-fc
wi-m strongly Instructed for Mc
Klnlry. The .resolution arioplcl declare
for protectlvo t.irilT; ruuDlrm ths Min-rit-npnlU
flinne.al plunk until the tit.
I.mU convention a-lopts later ntar.T
J'lcnt, rml Instruct tlio dolco-ntcs to tho
fit. Louis convention to nso every Unitl-
limti and honornlilo means to secure tbo
ootuinntlon of Willinm Mi Kin icy.
Villa-raw 1 toil ml llnwa and Tlid I' p.
The clurtlon nf Uelctrittcs resulted ns
followt: L. 1J. French, of Yankton; 1.
K. lY'tllirrew, of Minnehuha; C. il. Mier
wooil, ( Clark; D. A. M Inner, of li.ivlaon;
1v.i YYllltnm, of Day; II. O. Men ham,
-f I'ott. r; V. V. Liic-is, nf Full Hlv r.
und V. K Smead, of Lawn-m ln
runs t choostnif ilel. jrit.-s a n-nulution
Was ail. ptiil ntiirlnir nil nominees to go
upon the Hour uud tletlaro for .Me Kin ley
ami sou ml money, and n-t only t vote.
but to work ! necomplli thU end. This
Wan to pin lVttirev down and tie him
lip so he rould not gii bick on his Instruc
tions. While the convention low I the
stmnirth nnd tho potter to prevent I'etti-ltn-
fru:n g-uiif to thu national conven
tion It was il vm.il iwlvlnil'l.) as an act ol
courtesy to permit him to g
Ai.l In nraalnr rrmnfilly Mabmlts,
The senator atixx.1 In llic center of the
ronvention hall when called upon to state
bis poxlttoii and tlerliired thnt he wo'tlil
bow to the will of the majority; tlint
while he hud followed a courso which the
future wutned to justify ho was willing
now to iro to it. Imis nnd comply with
tho w1Im-s of tho state convention by vot
ing for McKinluy and mnd money."
Direetly nfu-r the n-ljournmcnt of the con
ventlon seven of the delegates held acnu
cus at which they resolve! that they
would riot -rmii lYttl?ro to go ns
ch Almoin, neither would thy permit him
to bo upon any commlttev at the natioual
I'liOllllllTlox l:xt: IT1VE MEETS.
Arrange far His Natlenal Conventlim and
Ailnpts a Motto.
riTTMU'tot, March -!. Tho executive
comtiiitti-u of the national Prohibition
party met hero )vsterdiiy to arrango the
details fur tho national convention, which
meets In this city In May to nntuo presi
dential rnnd'ilates. Those present were
Chairman iamti"! Dickie, Michiinn; sec
retary, William T. Wnr.lwell, New York;
treasurer, S. I), lln-ttinxs, Wisconsin
liitnes A. Tate, Tenncssv; J. !l Cran-
1.. 1.1, Texas, mid A. A. Stevens, l'enn-
avlv.iT-lu It vas decided to distribute
tlir -e n -neral n luilsslon tickets to each
delegate, mid allow the local committee
Tt-.? chairman stated that satisfactory
arrangements hnvj l--n made for the
trntisp.iriaiion i f tlio deleat.-s by tho dif
ferent rai!ro;el comp lines. A button cou-
sls:inolu hlue 11 -Id. with n white rose
in the center n:ul th i w.rj "Prohibition'
at the top l:i white letters nnd tho motto
In Hoc fnrno Vn- s" at the liottoni.Wus
adupPM as the . i . ,-' i-mlil-uii of tho par
ty. The iioumii:,, mil meet again in
Pittsburg .on May .. ju-st prior to the
vpt'Ulnv i l Hie eolive-nion.
I'KOTKCTlt :! II Ut AT WORK.
ttay Thrjr Will Hate a Ninnl.rr nf lilr(atrs
at t ilci;o and M. nits.
WAS-tUMiTOS. Man !i -.It. The executive
c immilt-v of toe u.ln-.iiy :-.r.l of ihc A.
1. A. I throtuli ii Imi-hiis lii r.. and
n t w ill meei at . iv o.-l.
the list sis nn:it!i. aiv.ir.lin ! a stati
nu-nt fu-nlsheil by !. Jain-.-s II. iMinn, of
tWun. a imviilvrof the executive com.
l 1 1 1 1 .-si. that bxly kns rs-cn In cl.xe touch
with Ml ths councils trtr-ju jn.mt the coun-
trr, midri cons msiis of the Views of the
ord.-r witn a ran fully prepared tahlo of
re-oilts was laid before tho rommittoo hero
un.l f uilv disrnssrX
All t!ie councils are kept thorouchly In
fnrm.il as lo the grow th, plans and work
of the order nt larj. ITans were adopted
hen- to c.. iivey to every council in the
land the n ?i. n i-f tho committee aad an
ontiu .-..( the work t bo done In the
com In j i imtMlirn. Tho number of delo-
iratcs w li.i are m-.'nibers of tho order and
who will U- in the KeDuUlcan and lVrao-
cratie nail, ual conventions Is, Dr. Dunn
aays, exccedimtly uratlfylng.
Ia Trw iN-tessitsw far Bead.
ArsTis,' March Se. In the Republican
state ronvention tho announcement of
committees showed that the Kord men
writ in charao i t all three. Tbo McKln
Icyltc hava iricn up tho fight and will
now only try lo ff-'t oil delegaM on the
Pt Louis dciciration. which tocr ran do.
KboIiowl aua wUl hav two dclosatet
and Cuncy, tae Alluon leader, will De the j
Beaator nn!)rou;h' Views.
DEVIL'S LaCF. X. D . March 2. R..n.
ator linnibrough was aslJcl for his opinion
concerning the political situation in North
Dakota, In view of tho withdrawal of Sen
ator Davis, aad Sitid: "TI19 sentiment in
this state tsj decidedly In favor of Major
McKinley. AllUn bos many friends, but
the convention will befjr McKiulcy."
Itrodley Bears Cheers for McKinley.
CHAHLESTOS. W. Ya., March ill. The
Stnto League of Ilcpublican dubs met
here yestorday. About S') dclccatcs were
present. Tho meeting was enthusiastic
and McKlnley's namo was greeted with
cheers whenever it was mentioned. Gov
ernor liradley, of Kentucky, luadn tho
prinelp a address. JIo talked on the Mon
roe doctrine, tho tariff, aud tho financial
condition of tho cotintrr.
ropalltt Nomination In Texas.
BEEVILLE, Tex., March Tho Popu
list convention of tho Eleventh district
nominated Luther A Laxvlion to succeed
tho late Congressman Cain ut tho special
election to bo held April 7. Lawhonisa
MRS. DAVIDSON 13 ACQUITTED
For the fame Reason That the Sailor
Conlft Not tiet a I'race Warrant.
r?.s Fi:anxi.-;o, March SO. Mrs. Mni7
A. Dnvi.lson was acquitted after a briel
trial yosU-rday of tlio chnrgo of having ex
torted f.VM from Rev. Dr. C. O. Brown.
Tho clergyman and tho police detectivo
(who testified merely to tho arrest of Mrs.
Davhlson) wera tho only witnesses for
the prosecution, and the defense presented
no evidence Dr. Drown on tho stand re
peated the story of how Mrs. Davidson
had told I n had been discovered in a 1 la-
ton with Miss Overman, and of how, nftcr
several inti-rviews, h. paid the woman
J.VJlt tnkiiKj her receipt therefor. In or-
d-r to secure a convictiun it was neenssury
for I row n to admit that ho was iuuuccd
to pay the tuoni-y through fear.
lint the Ciininter wus like the .--ill or who
on applying for a pi-ace warraut was re
quire! to swc-ir he was afraid of tho other
fellow. T!.ii Jack" refused to do. de
claring ho wasn't nfraid of anybody on
earth. rjnii!i tho minister. Ho would
not admit that he was afraid of anybody.
although tbo question was a.-kej in half a
dozen forms by his counsel and by tho
court. Ho said lus sob) object In pnyin
tho liiom y was to enable him to brinu
Mn Davids-. 11 nnd her mythical princip;il
to Justice. Drown'a attorney doelim-d to
nk the jury to convict on such testimony,
and the court had no recourse but to in-
ktruet tho jury to acquit. This they did
Without leaving their neat.
DEVILTRY OF TWO GEORGIANS.
riot to Wreck Trjin, Kill Their Wives
aod Then Sua tile Company,
Mai;on, March M. Warren Criswell
I.as made a voluntary confession to hnving
removed the rail that cauv-d the wreck
ing of tho two trains on tho Southern
railroad on the night of Feb. ?.i. Thrco
people were Udle.l outriuhr, and fift.in
wriously, s'l-iie rH-rmuni-ntly, injured in
the wreck, tr. swell says he removed tho
Fpikcs from the rail under tho direction of
Tom hhaw, wha held him covered with a
!liaw has lieen arrestod, but denies tho
rhnr-s nude by CriswelL Tho wives of
both men were on tho train, nnd both
were Injured. Tho detectives at work on
the case sny they have positive proof thnt
the men entered int. 1 tho plot to get rid
t.I their wive, and nt the samo time col
lect damages from tho railroad company,
TELEGRAPH TO THE PLANETS.
What Nceras To lie the Significance of a
NEW Your, March 2d Nicola Tesla,
the well-known electrician, says that ho
Is satisfied that ho has a machine which,
when perfected, will enable Mm to make
practical experiments In distributing
electric waves about the earth so that
Messages might bo conducted to all parts
of the globe simultaneously, lie believes
thnt electric waves may be proiiagated
through tho ntmosphero nnd even the
ether lieyond, a disturbance of tho waves
nt any point In-ing Instantly felt nt everv
other point along them, lie declares ho
Ix-lieves that the transmission of news
nbout tho enrth by electric waves In tho
placo of wires is no longer a dream.
Work of Iowa Legislators.
Des MOINE.-4, March 2'i. Tho senate
passed the bouse bill removing Marshall
county to tho Seventh judicial district.
nnd placing Des Moines, Henry and
Louisa together ns tho T wentieth district,
providing on additional judgo in each.
Tho senato further considered the jury
bill, but count not compieti) tho discus
sion. Tho house passed the bill authoriz
ing tho board of supervisors of river coun
ties to voto aid for Levea building; also
the senato bill regulating building nnd
loan associations. The appropriations
committee recommended fo.tiuu appropria
tion for a silver service for the battle ship
Air llrakrs I ailed lo Work.
Bl.T!'ioi::, March '. Two passenger
trains mi the Pennsylvania road collided
neir Union r-mtiou. this city. Miss Min
nie T. Farn-n and Mrs. Dr. Wiwdward, .f
f-pirrow Point, and Mrs, Jarah Lepold,
of thscity, were injured, but not fatally,
it is said that the accident was caused by
a failure of the nir-brakes to work.
.Nntabla Marriage at Milwaukee,
MltWAt KER, March l Tho families
owning two of tho largest breweries In
Milwaukee were united by marriago tics
when Miss Ida 1'ihreln became the wlf j
of Frederick Pahst, Jr. The ceremony
took place at the Hotel Pfister at a o'clock
last evening. Judge Emtl Wallbcr per
forming the ceremony.
Something Naw I'adet ths Sao.
Cleveland, March The e:ght sis
ters and slsters-ln-laar of Bush rod Kelch,
tho wife murderer who Is under sentence
of death, hava Issued Invitations for a
leap year party to be given by them April
:N Their object Is to raise money with
which to fight for a new trial for Kelch.
If you would alwats I bealtbj
keep your blood pure with Hood's
Sarsaparilla, the one true blood purifier.
HOUSE TO RECEDE.
Probable Result of the Confer
ence on Cuba.
HAVE TO "HTTMOE" THE SEJATE,
Because It Is so Constituted as to Enable
Talk To Ue Eternal Cruet Spiking of
the Illinois Cannon in the Boom by a
Humorist from Pennsylvania Boar's
Sharp Reply o Some Criticisms of the
Nebraska Allen Capital City Notes.
WASHlXGTOS.March 'M. The conferreea
of the two house3 of congress on the Cu
ban resolutions held another meeting but
again adjourned without reaching a con
clusion. They, however, went far enough
to justify the belief that another session,
which will bo held today will be sufficient
to concludo tho conference. Tho indica
tions favor the recession of the house.
from its poiltion and tho ncccptanco of
tho resolutions as they passed tho senate.
The difficulties of getting any legislation
which is opposed as the Cuban resolutions
aro through tho senate under its present
rules aro well understood by tho senato
conferrees and tho conviction is gradual
ly forcing itself upon them that tho safest
course is to pursuo the course which will
not requite any further action by tho son
ata Cainerons Ideas Not In Favor.
Tho house members of tho conference
aro loth to give up their resolutions, but
it is understood they will do so if it 13
necessary to secure tho concurrence of tho
two bodies. Cameron's contribution to
tho senato resolutions that tho friendly
offices of tho United States should bo of
fered by tho president to the Spanish gov
ernment for tho recognition of the inde
pendence of Cuba is antagonized by thu
house conferrees, one of whom said that it
would be equally diplomatic and proper
to offer friendly offices to Great Britain
fcr tho attainment of Canada's Independ
ence. On the other hand tho clause of tho
house resolutions looking to intervention
to protect tho interests of tho United
r-'tates is opposed by the senatorial side of
the conference, Although tho house con
ferrees think it more tenable than tho
;No Eud of Debate in rrospect.
Concerning tho expression of sympathy
With the insurgents nnd the recommenda
tion that tho United tatos should accord
them belligerent riruts tr.ero was no
grout controversy of personal opinion.
In case the senato resolutions aro accept
ed by the conference the question will
again bo thrown into the house and in
uil probability more debate may be had in
that body when tho conferrees make their
report and several members nro preparing
Kecche8 in anticipation of the opportun
ity. LuM s must ardent partisans on tho
foreign affairs committee think that tho
matter of words is of much smaller im
portance than that congress should pre
sent a solid trout to otlus nutions 111 the
CANNON'S ALLEGED DISCOTEKT.
A Probable libel on an Illinois States
man in Congresa.
"Washington;, March '.fj. W'hilo tha
house was considering tho naval appropri
ation bill Cannon of Illinois antagonized
tho provision in tho bill for tho erection of
residences on the grounds of thj naval ob
servatory. Those buildings, ho said, were
occupied by favorite naval officers who
were nominally in charge of astronomical
observations, but who practically knew co
nr.irj about astronomy than tho avcraga
member of congress. Laughter. Bolt-
telle protested Indignantly against Can
non's interference with tho work of tho
naval committee. He paid a high tribute
to tlio attainments of naval officers. In
the American navy, ho said, iIkto had
been some of tho brightest minds in the
Hobinson of Pennsylvania, who was
educated at Annapolis and served cloven
years as an officer of tho navy, defended
the attainments of these naval olTijers,and
poked fun at Cannon in a good humored
way. Soon after Cannon canio hero from
his prairie homo in Illinois for service.
sai l Hobinson, he embarked on a steamer
on the Potomac river. Whilo pacing tho
deck ho started in amazement from an
open hatch exclaiming: "My God, sho is
Allen of Nebraska, in tho senat, man
aged to stir up Hoar by sonio warm criti
cisms on a clauso in tlio legislative appro
priation allowing tho attorney general to
designate tho number of deputy marshals.
He spoke against the "hordo of officchoiu
ers." Under Buchanan tho government
spent ?."jO.oxw,00O annually, and now it- is
foi,0U0,000. In that timo tho population
had doubled, but tho expenses had In
creased ten fold. Officers wero thrusting
their hands Into tho treasury and by hook
and by crook, mainly by crook, secking.to
Increase their salaries. Tlio purpose 01
this p-sfiion was to add to tho offices
controlled by un cxecutivo ollicer.
Hour responded warmly tliat tho senato
could not waste its time investigating in
to the detail of the number of detHity
mar-lials in ea. hof the .-evenrr -seven dis
trirts In the United. States. If it did il
Would become a laughing stock. If the
government could not trust the attorney
general with ihis tlu'v then the Ameri
can government hnd better shut up shop
nnd apply to some Populist club to carry
cn its atfuirs.
proposal rox adjournment.
riatt OaVrs a Resnlntion Shutting Ep Shop
tbe 3d of May.
Washington, March 26. The first rcf
creneo to adjournment of congress came
iu tl-o senate in a resolution offered by
Piatt, proposing nn adjournment on May
2. Then solution was referred to the ap
propriations committee, as any determl
nation as ta adjournment must depend
upon the condition of appropriation bills
1 he adoption of a resolution allowing cx
President Harrison to receive decorations
from Spain and Brazil was postponed by
an obj-c;ioa from Allen. Uallinzer of
New Hampshire proposed an amendment
prohibiting the United States or any state
from giving any recognition or financial
a'.a to any church or reliniotis institution.
Most of tho day was spent on the legisla
tive appropriation bill which was not
ihe house to"K up the naval appropria
tion bill, and passed all tho paragraphs
save those relating to the increase of the
navy. The bill carries 851,611,034, and
nuthariz-s four new battleships and fif
teen torpedo boats. During the day
Boutellc and W heeler nad an altercation
over tho record of tho Domocratg on the
bill to retire G neral Grant. The alterca
tion was a mild one.
' Cost of the New Warships.
Washington. March 20. In explaining
tho provisions of the navy appropriation
bill, in the house, Boutella said that about
19,000,000 was carried by the bill Ipr the
Increase in the navy already authorized,
and $3,0,(K)J for work on tho four new
battleships and fifteen torpedo boats au
thorized in the bill. The two battleships
being constructed nt Xevcrjurt News would
cost each S3, 225,000 for hnliarid machinery.
SG0J.OUO for armor, and Ejpvjp.uno ror arma
ment. Assuming the cost each for
tho four new battleshijai authorized by
the bill they would cost ifbout $14,000. OUO,
and the Increase In the Lavy authorized
by the bill would cost for completion
about 33.000.000, of which but $3,256,000
was carried by the bill. .
Soldiers' Home Managers.'
Washington, March 26. A numbor of
vacancies will occur in tho board of man
agers of soldiers' homes this year, and the
Ilenublican members of tho houso mili
tary affairs committee 'have decided to
recommend to tho full committee tho ap
pointment cf General Franklin, of Con
necticut; cs-Il?prosentaJivo 1 nomas J.
Henderson, of Illinois; tieorgo L. Benle,
of Maine, and Ilcpresentativo George W .
Steele, of Indiana, to fill the vacancies.
Manning of Lake Vi
WASniNGTOK, March j 'M. Tho
aommittee on merchant marino
arguments in favor of a bill to regulato
.he manning of vessels oil the great lakes.
Daniel Robertson aid E. Klderkin, of
Chicago, advocated the bill as a safeguard
to life and property.
JUMPS ON GEN. BEN BUTLER.
Fortunately for the Jumper the Old Gen
eral Is Dead.
Boston, March 2C General Butler's
military career was severely scored yes
terday when tho bill providing for the
erection of an equestrian or military
statue of Butler came up before tho com
mittee cn, ways and means at the stato
house. Tho remonstrants were called
upon and Colonel Thomas L. Livcrmore
spoke. He declared that Butler's ex
ploits were dwarfed by thousands of nets
performed by other Massachusetts men.
Butler did not lead the regiment through
Baltimore ho was in Philadelphia. He
did not S-'izj Annapolis until so ordered.
From April '01 to May 'c-i. General But
ler never directed tho movements of a
man In the face of tho enemy.
After that he directed tho army in but
one battle Drury's Bluff, and then ho
was compelled to retire. Tho reason ho
never again attempted to direct troops
Was becauso he saw ho was not fit to do
it. Colonel Livcrmore also said tho idea
of con;memo:-atiug exploits of this sort by
equestrian statues bore rs on tho ridic
ulous. A thousand i:an in tho army
would have been just as good military
commanders nt New Orleans, and ns ef
licieut provost marshals at New York.
No Curfew for Omaha.
OMAHA, March 20. Tho curfew ordi
nance adopted by the Omaha city council
ast week has been vetoed by the mayor.
Tho reasons assigned wcta that it too
much resembled the blue laws and could
not apply to a placo of metropolitan pro-
p.tijns. ihe council sustained tho veto.
Seven Out or Nir.n Die of I'hthlsls.
JsILES, Mich., March Joshua L.
Flynii is dead of censumption. His death
is the seventh of a family cf nine, father,
mother, three brothers and a sister having
fallen victims el tuo terrible disease. Only
two daughters are left.
Ttni!w.:y Property in Iowa.
Drs MolM'.s, Murch 26. Tho executive
council bus completed tlio annual ap
praisement of tho valuation of tho rail
road property in tha state. Very few
changes are m.-ule, tho total value remain
ing practically tno same as in 1SJ5.
A cream of tirtar h.ikiiif now-der. IM.-hrar
of all in leavenin? strr-niah L,,Ust United
itovM. I.ikiw I'ow Di.a C , Ke Voek City.
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