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VOL. XLT7. CO 156. I COOS IELABD. ILL., TUESDAY. AP1IL 21. lftfift why n.,
BOTH OUR HOUSES
Record of th Lively Portion of a
Day in Congress.
6TF1BTS CHALLENGE TO ALLI303
WW Klk Tkat Ha Will Ha tm ifr
SalghaawlMasI- Wfcaa llM Baa ala
Maaalatlms Cinin Cp Bplrlt4 Drasta
la Ik Hm Ova tka Tariff What Thla
Caagraaa Ha Xmt Daaa Bad Way Tfcasa
Tfclaga Ara Tfcaa.
Wamtiscto, April 21. -While the ton
a'e wm dlsmsalng the Indian appropria
tion LIU yettrrJay Puffer asksd to hart
tha buatl maoiutioo laid befor the senate.
IVttlgraW Insisted on continuing with
tha Indian bill. Tblt promised to bring a
t-'at on displacing tha bond rsjolutlon
anl IVOVr, to avuld this. Bought an agrao
moot tt a Tola on tha bond resolution.
It U nfV rlr IniDTaslbla." said CalL "to
aay when tha aunate will conclude, m
several Nniitnn nave indicated a desire
to speak. Fur ttml tvaaon It la Impoulble
toigmnnfMlo tlroa for rota and
ba rr fused eeveral rrqiinta to nam a
limit rur debate." Alllaon appealed to
JVffif to dfrr tfw bond resolution until
tha appropriation bill were oulottbo
warandreffnr was about to uunt a.
in that Allison' a atatement Waa evldont-
i.v in good laith, but Stewart objected tc
Alllaaa Llksl Ta Da Ctaea Araaad.
Woleott appatued to Stewart to ylolJ,
V'ngthat the frien.U of the bond reso
lutlon would certainly train by accepting
the iiffKatlnn of Alllaon, aa the resolu
tion would thna accure the added support
of thowi who srrra now urging appropria
tion bills aa against the bond resolution.
Htawart yielded reluctantly, turning to
Alllsovi bvhlnd tim,and aaylng: "It might
aa wnll bo known that when the time
comas there will bo contest to an end
on thla auhjart. It will be no chlld'a
piny. Tho administration la fighting it.
Now when the fight cornea will the eona
tor (Alllaon) bo hnror"
"I am likely to be In thla neighborhood,"
answered Allison. The unanimous agroe
menl vam thcrenpon made to postpone
temporarily tha bund reaolutlon until ap
propriation bit la now repurtad wore dis
Waata aa lataraalkmal Cnafareaca.
Tha hvUM wm alt day In committee on
the general deflcianry bill, tho last of the
appropriations, and during tho considera
tion WIMU Kep.)of IXtlawnre offered an
aiarndmenl aiirhnrlzlngoad directing tho
pruslrient to Invite tho commercial no
tion of the world to meet In lateraatlon'ol
omfemnre for tho purpose of flslng an In
tvrnatiunal ratio fur the coinotre of gold
and ill for. Cannon promptly Interposed
point of onlrr to cut off do bate and ho
waa sustained, lie snld that substantially
auoh legislation already aiiated, bat it
batl not Irnio txocuud. Willis called nt-tt-nrssa
t the difference between theex
Ktmg and prnnoaed legislation, bat could
nut carry hi point.
Kirk t a Itabata aa Ike Tariff1.
A prolonged discussion of appmprla
tlun and expcnilituroa was precipitated
by Tliipkina, wlia assrrtt-d that It eost
tT34,iMJ mure to cullec t HU.UJi),(MO fmin
rnstotna Inst yenr than it did to eoUect
I'.i3,imiii from custom In tho Inst year
of tha rtarrtson adminiatratlon. A do
flrU nry of rc,i)iM for the collection ef
custom waa reported In the pending MIL
Ilnpkln thouaht the chanire of thoy
t ni fritm sprrifle to ad v.o'o.rnm dutic
nmrlo by the ivpoal of tho M.-Klnlny low
and the rnartmrnt of tha Wilson bill
mlirlit he responsible for the great Increase
In th? cost of collerting the customs.
Would yon pn tt t the MrKlnley law
Willi Its cU,uu,iM augar bountyr asked
"As against the preernt tur; yea, one
thousand tim ," r-plled llopkln ami I
iNtrRtiRg take rr TUB Ct DOrUs.
Aad Wants la Kaaw What (ha rreaeat
Caacraaa Ilea Inaa.
DorVrry aakr-1 the Itcpubllcao aide
what effort th.y bad nwita with 130 ma
Jority tn n-pral the annlVd Wllaon-Oor-nvn
bill which thay ao denounced.
11 taunted U:em wltji having dono noth
ing. Ho rrallad the campaign book of
blank piea circulated by tha Republic
ans in lt entltliM "What congress had
done," with the 'lt nothing record of
till conirress, an I usted that the
Ik'tiKH-rat cout.l effectively clrculnU a
imll.r book in the coming campaign.
"What has this cnnitna done," ho asked.
Who h fcrn iloiw to lridir the chasm
between In ad tpiate reremmand Inereas
Ingeipenditurusr W hare Is the Dinglny
bill pigeonholed ly the vutea of five Ko
puhllcanf" "How many tiemoerat vl to put It
thercf" aakej Hrunim.
"All of them, of cure." responded
Iorkery. "I -m K-rats are opposed to in
lroeeeding Ikirkery ridiculed the ma
jority for making no rlTort at currency
legislation which the business tnter-st of
tha country demanded. The policy vt this
con if res, ha (aid, waa one of delay. That
policy hod been declared by the tpcakor at
the opening of thla avMiun, when be an
nounoiMl himself against ''crude and
Dingley, chairman of the war and
moans committee, waa stung by lKwkery
Into a reply. The charge that nothing
hul len done, he etld. must he looked at
In the light of the situation. The hons,
svn ite ninl president together moilo legts
l.iM.m. I'nlrss they coneurrwl no Icirlsla-
tl'n m iKistibte. The hon a ono ul
thos.- three fartnr in legUlation. waa
ninl r lb jxibllran control. In the bouse
the Kepuldlrans were rrpouib!e. Tory
were not r-ponsiblo for a Pumocratio
and Iiiitlit senate and tho Influence ut
a l uiucratl" tiresidcnt.
The cint!etii.tn sats the IX-mncnt
ami r,.puli,t klllel the ao-c tiled Dingley
MM In !! snoatc. Waa It not piireon-
Holer! tiy l t"illir.n votes!" asked Sayre.
"The Ki ptilillran were not in control,"
"lint w not some of tbero portly re-ponslbli-S
"Yes. partly." admitted Dingl.-y.
"mil the Kpublicans ask toe lUlcl
rrpv'iiti by theso seaotors to repudiate
"TWi iutv.1 ca take care of them-
aelres." replied Dingley.
"Did not the Kapublicarn and tba Popu
list make dicker by which they ob
tnlned control of tho ernatef" put in Mc-
"The Democratt and Populists control
the senate," replied Dingley.
"Ia Tom Cirtcr chairman of tha Bepubi
llcan commltteer' asked MeMUlla. "Do
yen claim that Messrs. Wollcott, Dubois
and Teller are PopulUtsf If you do, yot
cut off a good deal of tho respectability of
"Have not the Democrats and the Popor
list majority In the state," asked Ding
ley, who boearae In turn Inquisitor.
McMlllia adroitly parried thla query,
which Dingley thrust at him repeatedly,
by dwelling on the "four recalcitrant Re
publican senators" and "the awap" of
tbo biggest committoo in tha senate for
the "loaves and flsnes that float about tho
McMlllia concluded by referring to the
necessity for a bankruptcy bnl, a Pacifle
refunding bill, a currency bill, etc, and
charged the Republican aide with cowarjl
Ice In not meeting these questions Instead
of preparing to adjourn and run away.
Hepburn, Cooper of Wisconsin, Grout,
Terry of Arkansas, and Cannon also par
ticipated In the dubate.
Can Taa Railway Leads.
Wasiiisctos, April 21. Justice Brown
delivered the oplBion of the supreme court
In the case of the Central Pacific Railway
company vs. Tho Statu of Nevada, Involv
ing tha rfirht- srhlrh wn rlnlmAfl h tli.
atate and continued by tho atato supreme :
fnnrt tn ut th Uml, f K.t 1 I
company. Justice Ilrown's opinion con
flrms tho state court decision.
FATAL TORNADO IN OHIO.
Two Persona Killed and a Xnnaber ef Oth
ers lajared rraparty Itcatroyed.
Fits most, April 21. A tornado accom
panied by a heavy rainfall swept over tho
northwestern part of Sandusky county
about 8 o'clock yesterday afternoon, kill
ing two persons. Injuring a number of
others, and doing great damage to build
ings and other property. Tho tornado
came from tho southwest with great fury,
and every building and tree in its path
was swept away. After smashing a road
bridge and blowing a big tree across a
Wheeling and Lake Krio freight train,
which crushed tha caboose and camo near
killing a number of train mon, the wind
bugan playing havoc with firm buildings.
Tbo barns of Jacob Kngler, J. lief
flingur, Upton Burgoon and Anthony
Kwlnt first went down before it. Then
tho tfouso of James Greene was destroyed.
Greene's aged father, William Lv Greene,
was killed outright; his wife was unhurt,
James Green, a son, lived just noroos
tho road. His honse was demol
ished and his wifo fatally injured
and tho baby carried across the road in
its cradle. . Tbo child escaped uninjured.
Next the born of Amos Hctrirk, In which
llctrlck and Jehn Low were shearing
schoep, was crushed, hixr was blown
across a field against a tree, being Instant
Uthsr buildings daaaasaaV3eiafi
bnrnsef Al Faircblld, William flensoU
lVrry Pnalsh, Georgo Waggoner, and
Cbnrles Tnukar. Tucker's child was badly
hurt. At Hovktown, a hamlet near here,
nearly nil tbo buildings wcro destroyed,
but there was no loss of life. Tho storm
covered a wido track and it is pouiblo
that further damage will ho reported.
The damage ri this locality win be fully
9M),VJ) to stock and farm property.
Laaatle with a On at Clinrch.
Oakland, C1., April SI. A lunatlo
with a revolver cleaned out nearly all tho
worshipers in tho First Uniteriau chusch.
The madman, who isave the name of
Lewis Porter, went into tho church as
soon as service commenced and took a
seat alongside the aisle. At tho conclu
sion of the hymn he arose and walked
down the atslo until he reached tho altar.
As lio walke 1 down he said in a loud
voice: "This thing is all a farco. It is a
humbug. Now, I want to havo my say,
and It won't bo well for anybody to at
tempt to stop me." A Porter linished
speaking he drew a revolver, but was
rity Cenarll fctraccle at Ilea Molaes.
Dm Moises, April SI. The new city
council got itself Into otUco by 8:) o'clock
yesterday momlnir, beating the old mem
bers Info the chaiulvr by an hour. C. D.
lkMtrdraan and K W. Crcllin were con
firmed for the board of public works,
though there was a protest that the action
waa Ulag.tL Nominations for fire chief,
police chkf, etc, wero all confirmed The
tire new west side aldermen are largely
doing business without tho assistance of
tho four rust side mon, and it Is probublo
that all the Old officeholder largely east
aiders, who can bo will bo Icgudatcd out.
llay Stata Democratic Conveatlna.
BoeToS, April iL Preparations for the
Democratic stato convention, which will
be held here today, have been practically
completed. Hon. John IL Thayer, ut
Worcester, will be permanent chairman
of the convention. The withdrawal of ex
Governor William K. Russell as a candi
date for drlcgato-at-largc, bos brought out
several candidates, amung whum are
James Donuvan. chairman of the Demo
cratic city committee. It seems to bo tho
general impression that the convention
will indorse tho presidential candidacy of
ex-Governor William K. Russell.
l atal Collatoa la British Waters.
Ulasuow, April SI. The steamer Mars
den collided with the British bark Firth
of &lway. Captain Uendrick, near Kish
iahtship, causing tho latter to sink.
Thirteen mm and the captain's wife and
children were drowned.
Wlndrath Convicted r Marder.
Chicago. April Si. Joseph Windrnth
was yesterday convicted of the murdt-r
ot Carey R Ulrch, the cash nt-eiverof the
West Chieoco street Railroad company
June S3, li, and condemned to death.
Cermaay lias Trouble ta Africa.
Zamibab, April Sl.-Stcamers full cf
German troops are passing doily on their
way to Tango, German East Africa. It
Is supposed that trouble is expected with
the Insurgent chlet Mbarukaz.z.
Arala Bat After Maeea.
Havana. April 21 -Geaenu Arola l
pursuing Maceo in Pinar del Rio with
Indefatigable euergy, hardly aUowing his
troop- uma to sleep, A decisive break
down on thepartof tha Insurgent, is con
I fidently exired bw by the authorities
GUNS ARE TRUMPS
In the Came of Politics as Louis
iana Plays the Same.
FEEEDOM AT THE POLLS "GOES,"
If the Fellows That Wsst It Have Heavy
Eaaagst Artillery Aa Eleettoa That
Leeka like It Might Be Decided with
Wlachestevs lansead of Ballots Skirmish
Betsreea tha Coateadlng Factloas Al
ready Battle Be bed Bled to Follow.
OPELOCSAS, April 21. At this hoar 5TU
armed men Of both parties ara on' the
move and a desperate conflict Is expected
at any time. Ovar 'iliO "regulars" armed
with' Winchesters have surrounded tho
town, and their ostensible object Is the
capture of tho court house. On the voto
of the Upelousss word depends their suc
cess or defeat in the pnrUh and they are
concentrating their efforts here. They
realize that if a full vote Is polled the
combine will win.
Prepared to Resist the Invasion.
The report camo to Opclousas early In
the morning that the "regulars" were as
sembling at the Bullvuo road brldgo three
miles south of town. At 10 o'clock ar
rivals from the country reported that SOU
men on horseback and armed with Win
chesters, shotguns and pistols were gath
ered thcrcand were planning an invasion
of the town. Upon tha receipt of this
news tho combine people, or anti-regulars,
began to assemble around the court liouso
square, armed to the teeth and prepared
to resist the invasion.
Jndfre Makes a Tselcss Plea.
The sheriff was in town when the news
fltst arrived, but he did not attempt to go
and disband the armed body of men. Dis
trict Judge W. C. Perrault rode out to tho
camp of tho "regulars" and endeavored by
persuasion to get thorn to disband, but Lis
efforts availed nothing. Yesterday after
noon Diomedcs Durlo, a leading planter;
C. M. Cliirk, clerk of the district court,
and five or six friends were In front of
Bkirmbh with the "Regntars.'
"I was under a tree with my children
near," said Duriu. "Suddenly thirty
r.-gulars, led by ono Reed, passed
my liouso. They stopped behind a
clump of trocs and I went out In the field
ti see what they wero doing. When near
them they fired six shots at mo. My
friends camp to my assistance and wo re
turned ten or twelve shots. We then laid
down and tbo regulars fired fully fifty
shots at us, shooting my horso in two
Made It Too Hot for Them.
'HaIf of them then ran away; tho othors
remained behind in a group and appeared
to bo helping some ono on a horse. I do
not know whothur wo hit any of them or.
not. We sent word to town for r3inforco
ments, but when the boys cane the regu
lars wcro out of sight." Thompson cor
roborated Duria's story. It is rumored
that two rey
nlars wcro shot and one
A fltETtT STATE )F THINGS.
Comes of an Attempt to Prevent American
Cltlaens from Voting,
At 11:3) last night tha town was quiot.
Armed squads were on duty at every road
entering the placo and tho court house
was a perfect arsenal. Tho Washington,
La., boys, thirty strong, who came down
to fight with tbo citizens against tho
regulars, havo hurried home. A courier
brings the news that Washington is be
ing surrounded, and that the regulars are
creating consternation among tho inhabi
tants of Bcllairo Cave. All day long
there has not been a state or parish offi
cer not even a consttrblc in town. It
is impossible for a toai to bo in a more
martial state. It is believed now that tho
regulars wijl not camo into town until
There e.re 1.10 armed men waiting for
thctu. The district attorney has sent word
that his regulars will enter town
today and that ho has twenty
Winchesters at his back to say:
"No negro shall vote." If ever a situation
demanded tbo presence of militia the sit
uation in this cisy demands it. The anti
regulars declare they will hold the court
house if its halls run with blood. The
regulars havo moved back a mile or two
in tho county from King bridge.
Tbo trouble in Opclousas grew out of
the effort on tho pnrt of white Democrats
to prevent registration of negroes. A
military company was sent there and the
negro men registered. They ore in the ma
jority and the movement of the regulars,
or white supremacy crowd, now Is in
tended to prevent tho negroes from voting
It is stated positively that one regular
Aloe Kecd was killed and another
mortally wounded in tho skirmish at
Durio's, throe miles from here.
Wile and "Brother" Swm Ooilty.
Kalkaska, Mich., April 21. Mrs. Mary
A Lawrence, whose husband's murdered
remains were takon from the river at Hol
land, Mich., has been foand near Kalkas
ka, and with her three children has been
taken in charge of by the officers from
Holland. Ray Coatcs, the young man with
whom Mrs. Lawrence left. Holland two
weeks ago, has not yctsbeen arrested. Al
though Coatcs passed as Mrs. Lawrence's
brother thero is evidence that he is not,
r.nd that the pair were recently married.
Coagrese of Bellgioae EdaeatKw.
Washington-, April SL The first ses
sion of the National Congress of Religious
Kducation was held last night in the New
York Avenue Presbyterian church. Gen
eral John Raton, ex-United States com
missioner of education nnd president of
the American Society of Religious Educa
tion, presided. The theme of the evening
was "Religious Education and National
Cleveland aad tha Presidency.
CniCAGO, April SI. Comptroller Eckels
arrived here yesterday. In talking politics
Kkels said: "I do not know anything
positive about President Cleveland's in
tentions or wishes relative to the presi
dency, but my impression is that he feels
that there is no reason why he should be
unwilling to enter another presidential
Home rule for Cuba it is positively
stated will go into effect soon. Tha act
of tha Spanish cones providing therefor
was signed by the Qaeen Christine in
Thomas F. Gaffney, father of John H.
Gaffney, the well-known base ball um
pire, was arrested at Worcester, Mass.,
Leo Hirih was killed by masked burg
lars who entered his house at Indianapo
lis. Lloyd Osbornne.son of Mr. Robert Louis
Stevenson, married in Honolulu on Satur
day April 11, Miss Katerine Durham, ef
Edward E. Sweeney, a Chicago news
paper man, mysteriously disappeared at
Pomona, CaL, five days ago, and it Is
feared he has been foully dealt with.
Sir Michael A. Meyendorff will lecture
at th3 Union Lmgue.club, Chicago, next
Thursday evening on his personal experi
ence as a political prisoner of the Russian
government in Siberia.
Miss Grace Titcomb, one oT the most
prominent vocalist of Rock ford. Ills.,
soprano in the First Congregational
church, eloped to Janesville Saturday
night and was married to George A.
Dobyne, a Harvard. Ills., business man.
Obituary: At Parkersburg, W. Va.,
ex-Governor Arthur L Bo reman. At
New York, Austsn Abbott, LL. D., 05.
At Cleveland, Kev. Dr. Cyrus S Bates.
At Watcrtown, N. Y.. Whlard Ives,;90.
At Peoria, Ills., Mrs. J. B. Samuel. At
Dayton. O., Ervillo B. Bishop, of Muncie,
Ind At Louisville, Ky., 'Squire" Ed
ward D. Briscoe, &.
Henry X Anderson, a Chicago crank
who was arrested at the White House
while trying to see the president, as he
said, to sava tbo country, committed
suicide in tho police station where be was
held on tho charge of Insanity.
Ex-Consul Wallor says the long con
finement in a French prison has so serious
ly affected his eyesight that total blind
ness may follow.
St. Petersburg police have a report from
TJst Yansk denying the story that Explor
er Nanscn has reached the north pole and
Heliograph signals wero successfully
employed in sending messages from the
Auditorium tower, Chicago, to Clyde,
nearly ten miles away, by members of the
Second regiment, L N. G., on detached
signal service duty.
Over 700 miners have been and will bo
this week laid off in the Isbpeining, Mich.,
Nzw South Wales Is abolishing customs
taxation and adopting the freo trodo pol
icy. Qaeer Wills.
A Paris medical journal states that
on opening a short time ago the will of
a Parisian the following clause was
found: "I request that my body be de
livered to tbo Paris Gas company for the
purpose of being placed in a retort. I
always used my mental powers for the
enlightenment of the population at
large, and I desire that my body be used
to enlighten the people after my death. "
Squire Eawley of the village of Bat
field, near Doucaster, Iff t tho whole of
his estate to his groom, on the condition
that his tuneral should be conducted in
a certain way. He (Tied on a Christmas
day and was bnriod in his own garden
in the center of the graves of his cattle,
that had died tiering tho rinderpest.
He waa laid out in fall banting cos
ttime, including spurs and whip! and
Was carried from the house to the grave
on a. coffin board, -when ho was placed
in a stone coffin, which, weighing more
than a ton, had to be lowered by means
of a crano. His pony was shot and
bnrietl ut his feet in bridlo and saddle,
and his dog and an old fox were buried
at bis head.
Willie I knew you were coming to
Castleton Why, Willie?
Willie Sister has been asleep all tho
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