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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: FRIDAY, FEBT?UAI?Y 10, 1000.
NEWS OF INTEREST FROM IOWA.
J-'Inc A. H. C. beer, Neumayer's hotel.
clsbuc h burners tit Mxby's. Tel. 191.
tudwelBsr beer U Itoenfeldt. agent.
Mrs It. Tlnlcy of N'lutli avenue Is on thn
Oct your, work dono at tho jtonular Eaglo
laundry. 721 Hroadway. "Phono Ul.
W f. Estop, undertaker. 28 I'eart etrrct
Telephones: Ofllce, !(7: t evidence. 2.
Atmrnoy OforRo S. Wright Is convalesc
ing from an utuck of malarial fever.
Thu place to havo your framing done.
Alexander's Art Emporium. 333 Hroadway.
Agent wanted for rhlcago house. Frovl-d.-mo
IMbllshlng Co., 23S South Seventh
Mrs. J. N. Miller haH been called to Glen
wind by the snrlous Illness of her brother,
JudKo W. S. Lewis of Olenwood was in
the city yostcnlay on business connected
wnh tic federal court.
full nttemlaiiro Is desired at tho regular
meeting of Fidelity council, No. 156, Iloyal
Arcanum, this evening.
JuiIro H. H. Aylesworth of the superior
court Im xpected homo from New York tho
early part of next week.
Mr. and Mrs. W. I.. Uedlson havo re
moved to this city from Shenandoah and
arc located ut 713 Mill street.
Havo ti little senso and save your halt
dollars to buy thorn "Coin" effects, the
l,iut thing In neckwear, at Smith & llrad
.V marriage license was Issued yesterday
tr. Irvlri II. Stevens, aged 27, and Kmma .1.
M'iis. Hged 27, lKth from Pottawattamie
I'lm rnuiiliir mpptliiir of the Woman's lie.
lief corps will be held this afternoon At 2
o (ock at lira ml iirmy oi me m-iuium.
(ii-orge N. Ilowen hns secured a position
uiiii din mritnr riimtianv and with Mrs.
lli.wen will shortly remove from Omaha
back to this city.
A number of the members of the police
force were the recipients of valentines,
oillccr James Lurking being tho most
favored In this respect.
Wo aro ngents for the "Miller," "Stet
nun ' and "llawea" hats, the three, best
American mukes. ' Spring styles now being
hhowii at Hmitn urauiey h
.tacoh Ni'iiinavcr. who recently under
went a severe surgical operation. Is rapidly
convalescing and he hopes soon to bo ablo
to leave for n trip to Oermany
Miss fSraco Hlaek Is conllned to her homo
ns a result of Injuries received while coast
liitr ii few nluhts uiro. Tho sled overturned
mill bIio received several bad cuts In the
County Recorder K, E. Smith' returned
joHterday from McLean, III., whero he was
called hy the serious Illness of his mother.
Mrs. Smith Is still living, ulthough but
little hopes for her "recovery nre enter
Mrs. Mcintosh, aged 43 years, died last
evening at St. Hprnard'H hospital from
pneumonia. She had ,benn III only a few
days and was removed to the hospital yes
terday morning. She was engaged as pastry
cook at the Grand hotel, but roomed In
Harry Walker was taken Into custody
yesterday On an old chargo that has been
pending against him for several months. It
Is alleged that Walker broke Into a shanty
occupied by a man named Gallup on the
Kort Dodgo & Omaha grade and stole a
gold watch chain.
Hon. Lewis W. Ttoss Is In Des Moines at
tending the seventh biennial convention of
tho IMotieer Lawmakers' association of
lown. Mr. Hpss, who has been a. resilient
of this state for forty-six years, wus a
member of tho senate In tho tenth and
eleventh general ussemblles.
F C. Harrison, the alleged overcoat thief,
was too sick from tho effects of drink yes
terday morning to appear In police court
for trial and his hearing was accordingly
postponed until this morulas'. Harrison is , i,nnwn r,inrni mm n( thi.. pOv
said to have been 11 prominent member of ' a weU known colored man of thh. clt.
tho Laiicuster county (Nebraska) bar at one whero he baa resided for a long number of
time In Omaha, ho went by the name of years, following the business of a horse
Ferklns. hut he cluims Harrison is his cor- , tralnor. Undcr tho administration of Mayor
reel niiine ,,, h . Carson ho held a position on tho pollco
Tho casa ngnliiHt Hiram Jordan, charged ... . . ,.
by H. W. Forney- with obtaining" money force as driver of tho patrol wagon. In his
under false pretenses, will bo heard before petition Nealy says that In refusing him the
Justlco Vlen thlH mo-nlng. Jordan gave enjoyment of tho accommodations dc
hill for hln tippenran-o. Forney alleges , . v,lmov .iifiiv ..in, mil n,
that ut tho time Jordai sold him his barber wan led. Neumayor -wilfully, with full pro
shop ho represented that thn rent and gas modltatlon and design, wickedly wronged
bill had been linld In advanco and thnt tho nnd Inlured him: that Noumaver then nnd
bin wS full of cpal. After Paying his
in advnnco; that tho gas hill was In tho ,
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Mimo condition, and that the coal bin was ,
full of ntmosphoro only.
Y. Plumblni 0. Tel. 2.V).
Wllllnm Sutherland, farmer, living near
nionwood. Mills county, filed a voluntary , gbnmo and chagrin.
petition in bankruptcy In tho United States I NPaly further claims that Neumaycr's nc
dlstrict court yesterday. His liabilities, ull trtlH Bubjccted hlm to deep degradation and
of which are unsecured, aggregate $7,743, and that such actions were with mnllce and for
consist In part of Judgments obtained against i the purpose of Injuring his feelings and be
thn nctltlmier lu Washington county. No- ' uminr. hi mniihnnil nnd catln? utxin hlm
brnsku, Sutherland wns a rormor resiueni 8narae, humiliation and dtsgrncei. Hy reason . is ncing neiii ni unuertaKor igstep s awnii
of Iilalr, whom he bus wealthy parents. His ) of theso Indlgnatics, Insult and wicked li'g orders for Its disposition from cither ot
father a.few years ago set hlm up on n farm I treatment. Nealy claims to have suffered , the brothers.
and ho started lu to raiso ftno cattle. DIs- . VITJP ,jcepiy in mind, nnd to havo undergone
en&o killed oft his stock and finally com- KrPnt mortification and vexation of spirit,
pellcd him to seek tho assistance of tho , humiliation, chagrin and shamo and U14
bankruptcy court. Sutherland filed with his (j(t,p (C0K ()f a consciousness of having
potitlon a poverty oath that he had tio means j 1)PPn treated as a mean and despised out
to pay the cots of tiling his petition. Under I calt nni) Ki,iVP.
Iho rules of tho court tho clerk could not j j n M prultt filed his answer yesterday
nin tho petition until tho petitioner had j )n the 6Ull brought against him by tho
been heforo tho Judge and oxnmlncd ns to , p0ttawattamlo County Mcrintllo nssocla
hls property, and then only on the order ot on of Nt.0a ot whlcU concern's storo ho
tho court. Sutherland's nttornoy. however, fonncrly Wns manager. Tho association
guaranteed tho costB in tho case should the UUjUKbt flUlt to ,.CCover about $1,400, which,
court rule that he must pay them, and tho t clalmcil rrllllt owpll at the (lrap ho left
petition was then placed 011 file. Judge ,u t.mploy. u waH claimed that Prultt,
Woolson Issued an order that no Imukrunt , accorilnB t0 bls agreement nnd contract,
could secure his d schargo until he hud paid eho(, havo m tho he) , tbp Btoro
tho costs as ho did not believe that court , of , glmro 0, Ul0 rofltHi of out
olllcers should bo required to do work with
ut compensation. The costs In filing a
bankruptry petition are $2!i, which are re
quired to bo paid In advance.
IllK Hortuime I'lleil,
Tho Omaha. Council lllulTs Suburban
llntlwuy company (lied for record yesterday
the morlgngo for $fiOO.noo given to tho Hoynl
Trust company of Chicago and Albert K.
Jchuson, trustee. Tho mortgage, which was
executed In accordance with the action or
tho board of directors at Its meeting Do
eember 2! last, eovem the company's entlro
plant, private right ot way, thn property at
lako Mannwit and olsswhero In this county
nnd In Douglas county. Neb., all of Its fran
chises nnd rolling stock. The mortgago
bonds, which bear .Vpor cunt Interest, ma
ture twenty years from date and are re.
deemahln In l'.'OO. Tho Instrument Id signed
by Oeorgo Townsend, president, and W. S.
Iteed, secretary, of tho company, and re
quired revenue slumps to tho value of $!I00
heforo It was recorded.
Davis sells paints.
Ileal Cxtnle Triinnfern.
Thn following transfers were filed yester
day In the 'abstract, title and loan otllco ot
J W. Squire, 101 iviui street:
1' II Hebbelii and wife to Bophl
Yoege. part block a Allen Cook's
add to Avoea. w d (
firorge H. Folsom to I'eter and llclrlg
Mollne. nil block Hallroad ndd.
w d ,
James L. Coffey and wife to David
Campbell, part hwU'BW4 2-i7-H, w d
lllclt.-ml IVnhnm to, Chicago, Hock
Island & l'liellle Hnllwny cointianv.
part soli no4 undu'j set, 1S-T6-33.
Total; four tron$fe.rs.
Sco samples and got prices on aprlng suits
t Smith & riradloy'e,
Howell's Antl-"Knwf cureo coughs, coldi.
Negotiated In Kajtorn Nehraska
and town, James N. Casady, Jr.,
1M Mailt Ut., Couudl liua.
GREGORY GIVEN TWO YEARS
Sentiaca ii Pawed Upon tht Man Who Shot
TWENTY-FOUR MONTHS IN COUNTY JAIL
I'nrtliil Kxiilntlou for Hie Crime of
Fill In Tiro Ollleers ivltb I. rail
LI lid CtiHtonicr for the
In partial expiation for, his crime of.de
llborately shooting and seriously wounding
Cuimtabln Hardin Maim of l.nvelanil and for
shooting at OfQccra Albro and James, J
Gregory, tho desperado and horwethlef, will
spend tho next two years as ono of Sheriff
tried at this term of court, tho Jury found
mm oniy guilty or assault wun intent to
commit great bodily Injury in place of as-
sault with intent to murder, as charged In
tno luuictments. under tno nnuing ot tne
jury the severest sentence that could be In.-
case in tho county Jail. It -ested with the
court whether tho sentences hould run con-
court wnctner tno sentences nouiu run con
current or bo cumulative. .
In passing sentonco Judgo Thorncll mid I
It was evident that thn leelidnture In flxlnir
ll was euucni uiat mo legislature in iixing
the penally to bo imposed for such nn of-
fense as tho defendant had been found guilty
nf hnd dnnr so renllzlne that In certain In-
or, na.i done so naiizinR tuai n certain in
stances tho full penalty should bo Imposed.
Continuing, tho court said ho bcllovod this
was such an Instance and that therefore ho
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would Impose tho full penalty in both cases,
the sentence In tho second case to commenco
in eiin r.rei?- 1
111 trtOU UllV,
tho bonds In
at tho completion of the llrst.
ory might sec fit to appeal
each case were fixed at $1,000
). urcgory a ,
attorneys stated that while
thought seriously of appealing nothing defi
nite had been decided.
Hud .Hun to Keep.
Tho task of keeping guard over Grogory
for the next two yaars Is ono that Sheriff
Cousins and his (lnputl en do not relish.
f!lne watch will hiivr to h kent over him
.. . 1 u 1 1 Kept over nun
nil tho time, as ho Is known to bo u des
perate character, and If an opportunity
should present itself, would certainly make
an attempt to escape and probably "would
stop at nothing, not even murder, to accom
plish his purpose.
Judge Tbornell announced that he would
pass sentenco on Frank Paul, convicted of
breaking into a Hurllngton waycar and
stealing nn overcoat and on Jeese Thomp
son, who pleudod guilty to stealing a quan
tity of Jewelry and other articles from tho
Klopplng residence, this morning on the
convening of court.
Androw Noilly filed his potitlon yesterday
in the district court in his suit against
Jacob 'Noumayer, tho Hroadway hotel
keeper, in which ho asks damages .In tho
sum of $7,000 for being refused admission
to the dining room an January 16 lant. Nealy
tncrn BcL nbo,lt t0 an(i m brlllB upon hlm
much of Inconvenience, besides great ,
obloquy and ehamoj that Noumayer by his
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conduct offered him irrent nubile Insult and
subjected him to contemptuous treatment,
Insolence nnd disgrace; that Neumayor ex-
erclsed absolute tyranny nnd oppression over
him In a public manner nnd for the pur
I)030 bon and thero to put him to much
of tho gross receipts. In his answer, Prultt
claims thnt be paid the help out of the
proceeds of tho business with the full
knowledge and consent of tho plaintiffs nnd
with tho understanding that tho money so
UM'd ishould he deducted from his share ot
the profits. Instead of being indebted to
tho association, I'rultt claims tho plain
tiffs owe him $100.7i. and ho asks for Judg
ment for this amount.
New neckwear, now shirts, new gloves nnd
hosiery in all tho Intest shades and styles,
Just In nt Smith & Hradley's.
I'nlne Ill-port of Suicide
Officer Kd Smith, while pntrollng Broad
way Inst night, was called to the apartments
occupied by (leorgo McCoy in the Marcus
block, where It was said Mm. McCoy had
taken poison with Intent to commit sulcido.
A sister of tho woman bad found her lying
unconscious on tho floor by the side of tho
bed with froth oozing from her mouth. Mrs.
McCoy, it Is said, had frequently made
threats to do away with herself, and a note
fo,iind on the tablo led her sister to hellevo
that who hnd taken poison. The note read:
"Ocorge, couio home. 1 havo dono wrong."
Officer Smith hastily sunimonod Dr. llelllu-
ger, who nn examining the woman found she
was suffering from convulsions and that alio
had not taken any poiron. Sho rcgnined con-
scloiiHiifffl after a short time. Mrs. McCoy
nnd her husband formerly conducted u res
taurant on Hroadwny.
Woodmen (in After lleiiiliiiurter.
The local members of the Woodmen ot
the World aro making strong efforts to
socuru the location of the headquarters ot
tho order In this city. They have nlready
raised about $2,000 and expect to Incronso
this to $3,500 within a short time. At thi
meeting of the tend camp last March tho
sum of $60,000 was appropriated for a head
quarters building. Local members have
been Investigating several sites in this city
Pnll.ln.' Unr.lnr. n It... l .ll Tl.li '". ' ' ."V "'." - 1 .Mion u Ther.l
. ....... ..., nniKr an original copy or llio name, nil- miiuuj'i iuuuh mi im. ". " ' that date and tho miners s-iv thit hIioiiIiI ih
was tho sentenco Imposwl uiion him yester- dress and lust voting place of each elector a uttlo piospect of tho legislature granting ,nal "n,e nn lno ralnpfs Ba snouiu tno
day In the district court by Judge Thor- i wlUl it ballot at W eauctis and they ' ruuon for over ono additional opera ors not appear they will have to au -;.
,,,., ,...,,,, m shnll Itidlcate on tho ix'll books which shall i i'iu' '"" " ,,..,. , fcr tho consequences. Tho meeting will
?!.". rnS n"""8 'h mll0n8 fr MW 1 Pi" Mfi lllf"!. lh,V !c,J:?..L"I"!.t- t "fH0"' h? P.r0ba?' l .8 ."aLt?f.,?J: Probably bo cloned tomorrow and It will bo
wuich would bo adapted for such a build- Inheritance ..tux. Tho payment has been 1 particular at two Insuratie., 1, ,T, ,
lug. They havo bee,, offered tho Plattner waiting decisions as to the constitutionality SSlnL buMno now In Ia tho Sprhwl".
jroperty at the vomer of Hroadway and n tho collateral inheritance tar law for i.iV. . wi . ' .'r or'1,wt'
Olen avenue for $7,500. This properly has suns tlmo past It Is tho largest sum ycthlonal Life and Tru. comnanr both nV.
. front.c. on Bro.dw.jr, Olim avenue .ad rc.llred from ,hu ourc m, ornuiulu. T"i hS b
I'lerce street and would mnke a handsome
location for a building such as Is contem
plated. They have also bepn offered tho
1'lottner property on the north Hide of
llrcadway, opposite tho l'lnttncr homestead,
for (5.000. This Is alio o desirable loca
tion, but la not considered as good as tho
one at tho corner of Olen avenue.
MILES TO 4JOVEHV THU CAt.ClSES.
Ilepnrt of tin- Ciiiiitnlltec nllli n I'rw
AnieiiiliiieiilM I, Adopted,
At the meeting of tho republican central
committee Thursday nlsht the rules to gov
ern the holding of caucuses na drawn up by
tho special committee, conflating of W. A.
Oroneweg, Dr. V. L. Trcynor ami J. J. Hess,
were, with somo few amendments, adopted.
Tho rules ns now adopted and which will be
In force at tho corning city primaries are as
' 1. In all cnucuses held for the selection of
delegates to any convention It shall lio the
duty of the precinct chnlrmiin to call the
meeting to order not cnrller than 7.45 n. m.
and not later than S p. m., after which a
chairman and secretary" of the caucus shall
TL - hieh r iin.1 h i o eh irmnn ,7r ii,. .,i,.t. '
lug. and two clerks shall bo chosen by tho i
c,!,Ucf,.,s,i.ii i. .i. .i..i.. i..i,.. .
sljnn bo lll(,)r fuitilel. ,luty t0 assist the
juuges in counting tne naiiai.
J1... """,,"? ,nc "1, W? ''!
tho nuallllcation of tho electors who p-esent
same ana tno decision or two or moro or
"Mtf'&S, 'ileJSled Z "judges
HIV tll-i-lill i-fi-IHM 1(1 twii' ctiiiiii HiiinK ill.-
same nllldavlt which would entitle hint to
vo'e al " regular election said nllldavlt to
b rePrVP(i by the secretary and returned
with the poll book to the city chairman.
fi. When tho cniicus has been organized
mil the Judges and clerks chosen the chnlr-
, nn0llnt.p tlmt tll0 ,,oUs ilre .,n ,
nml shull IU thp samP nnie i,nt0 nt wlmt
tlmo they will be elncd. which tlmo shall 1
1,1 " case be less than ono hour from the
, 0.,P11(f 1)1It , ,, C(lf)0 th0
,n i. . iii nil p..o,...t h..v. u.,..m
given an opportunity to vote. In any ease
"!lc0 "''M'.i'JTf A,,'?.,?.lm11 cloi,
one hour from the tlmo of opening,
7. When the polls nre open all (lualllled
electors may present their ballots, tho same
electors may present meir oanois, 1110 same
1 be folded lu such manner that the Judges
(1 (but ()l( Ul(10t )( rpj,e,ltt.,l ,y 1
the. voter to one Judge, who shall hand It to i
tne otner juuge ami 11 win ue oy nim 11c
',,0sltc.1.. 1,1 '!11V,im,!!t ,1'0,?-., ?,ufl,nlc.t;,,0J' ,n'
fore lueHentlng his ballot to the Judge as
ntmvo shall give to tho clerks his name
and address, toguther with his last voting
8. When the .polls havo been declared
closed by tho vlmlnniiii the Judges nnd
clerks, assisted by the secretary, stiall count ,
tno unllots nnu tno result or same snail be
unnounicd by the chairman, and tho dele-
K' e receiving the Highest number or votes '
hull bo Uv;!arel the duly elected delegates 1
The result of the hallot shall also bo en- I
dorsed by the clerks on the original noil
book and, after being certified by the chair
man and secretary, returned by the secre
tary to tho chairman of tho city central
pnmin tlrn tvltliln fwenlv-fnilr hntlru niwl
to 'be kept by him as part ot the records of !
his oiuce. iiMm
Tho samu comraltteo was instructed to
draft a bet of rules to govern the nomina
tion ot ward aldermen and submit same at
u meeting of tho central committee' to be
held next Thursday night.
Tho preparation of ballots and poll books
was left in tho hands of a committee ot
three, of which tho chairman Is to bo one,
tho other two to be appointed hy him. It
was decided to havo tho caucus rules printed
on largd cards, a copy to bo hung In each
placo whuro tho primaries aro held.
It was practically decided to hold tho
school nnd city caucus on Saturday night,
March 3, hut tho dates for holding the con
ventions will not bo fixed until the meeting
of tho committee next week.
Now spring samples for made-to-measure
clMhlng now being shown at Smith & Ilrad
ley's. Word front HiikIioh' Friend.
Rev. Father Smyth of St. Francis Xavler's
church received the following telegram last
evening from W. M. Hughes, 1:
who is presumably a brother
Hi.ghcs, the man who commltt
Ql llnn.,t..l.. t.w..ll.,l Mn,l.,nd.1
of Alfred 1).
til sulcido at
St. llernard's hospital Wednesday morning.
"Send Information concerning Hughes'
death to Hughes, Wnyno street, Alleghany,
Pa. John Hughes liven at Wood Jtlver,
In accordanco with the request. Father
Smyth sent tho desired Information, nnd
also telegraphed particulars to John Hughes
at Wood Hlver.
Tho dead man was on his way to hli
brother John at Wood Hlver when he be
came deranged and took his life. The body
Killed In (he I'hlllppliieN.
Misfortune spcins to have pursued the
members of Company L, Fifty-first Iowa
volunteers, who remained In tho Philippines
and rn-cnllstcd In Hell's regiment. James
Casey of this city, formerly a member of
Company L, received a letter yesterday
fiom a friend lu Munlln containing the In
formation that in a recent engagement
Jnmcs II. Johnson had been killed. Carl
Hurhorn severely wounded In tho leg and
Ktigono Myers wounded in tho arm. John-
sou enlisted In Company L from Auduboti
nnd Myers from Onawa. Hurhorn was n
resident of Council Illuffs. Tho fourth
member of Company L to ro-enllst, Louis
Wagoner, was killed Just beforo the Fifty
first Iowa left Manila for home.
l I' It 1) i :n i :i MN WAS A ITtilTIVi:
John I'lHher, Killed In Oklahoma,
Wiin Wunleil In Slnn City,
SIOUX CITY. Feb. ir..-(Speclal.) John
I'lsiier. a Sioux City gambler, who wns shot
and Instantly killed nt Kl Itelio, Okia.. at
an early hour this morning after exchanging
nlno shots with Hnrry Dunbar, Is a fugitive
from Justice in Sioux City, and for whom tho
sheriff has been searching for the last yeur.
i ins is the nrst known of his whereabouts
Ills former homo Mas nt Fort Dodge, la., and
his brother left tonight to bring the remains
or the young man to his former home.
Fisher hnd been convicted of robbery and
was sentenced to serve two years In tho pen
itentiary. The case was appealed, but tho
lower court was affirmed, and then Fisher
Jumped his bond, which had been signed by
hl old mother.
l.niviuilUern nt lie Molnen,
DKS MOINKS. Feb. 15. (Spcelnl Tele
gram.) Tho fcuturo of the sessions of tho
Pioneer Lawmakers' nssorlatlon today was
tho formal visit of .Iho body to tho two
houses of iho legislature thle afternoon.
Until hnus-cs hrld special sessions to receive
tho pioneers. In tho upper body, after a
fhort speech by the president, Senator Mul
len made nn uddress of welromo for the
body, whli h wns responded to by Senator
Ilnlter on behalf of the pioneers. In the
house tho same formality nttnehed to tho
brief tesslon. s. I'. leonmns spenkiug on bo
half of tho tii-oclatlon. Addresses hy Henry
O'Connor nnd C. C. Colo were features of tho
meeting for tho lawmnkurs. Hon. Theodore
S. l'nrvln of Cedar Itnplds was elected pres
follnlcrnl Inhf rtlniic o Tin,
DKS MOINDS. Feb. 15. (Special Tele
gram.) The Lovell estate, In Jones county.
amounting to $3:o,ooo, has paid Into tho
mate treasury the sum of $10,000 collateral
- ' - - y -1 -v . u.i.tn jiiu inHiirniicn nnmnnn ivi it a I . , ...
IOWA NORMAL SCHOOL BILL
Home Lobbies Crowded with Peopla Acxioru
for Its Passagi.
SECRETARY WILSON SPEAKS TO HOUSE
True 41ml llMi'iiurnKriiiriit He Hlvon
lo Sliitc Aurleiilliiriil l'""'' '
AnifS-4Hlir llllls I'resriUeil lit
I lie linvii l.eRlnliitiirp.
DES MOINES. Feb. 13. (Special Telc
giam.) Tho Normal school bill cutno up m
u special order at 11 o'clock this morning.
The lobbies of the state houso were crowded
with teachers and friends of tho bill. To
the. dlsannolntnieiit of all. no discussion ot
tho measuro was made In tho house, hut
alter a few parliamentary maneuvers the
n. niter wn deferred until tomorrow. At
tho present time It looks ns though the bill
win pass in an amended snapc. Tho bill.
when first presented to tho house, called for
Km.xvllle the stato Institution for adult
blind Is located, nnd It Ih tho plan to usq
that building for tho Fchool.
Secretary Wilson SpenUn.
Tho houso suspended business a few
minutes this morning to listen to a short
, , . . t.. ,flnratnlV
addrchs from Hon. James Wilson, secretary
of agriculture, who Is In tho city to attend
thn mpetlng of Pioneer Lawmakero. Mr.
moe"n ,,r ""' ?u r .
Alison was Introduced by tho speaker an
a man who had served in tho Iowa legls-
hrlnelnc honor to tho
IaU'ro nnd n ow bringing uonor to tno
Htate as a member of the cabinet. In spoak-
Ing of what tho legislature should do, Mr.
..... . . . iresminon tho imnortanco
1"011 ,alu Krcat stress upon mo importance
of coring well for tho agricultural collego
at Ames, speaking in warm terms of ton
excellent work It was doing.
In both houses bills wcro introduced ask-
for nn appropriation ot $1,000 for con-
uing the education of Llmuc. Haguewood,
the deaf, dumb and blind ward of tiio state,
whr Is now in a privnto institution In Iowa.
Senator Titus Introduced a bill In the senate
for tho establishment of a reformatory for
woir.cn at Anamosa. It Is similar to tho
Stewart bill In the house, nnd asks for
$1" per capita for the Inmates, $3,000 for
estob Ush ng induatr es nnd $2,000 for fur
,,,,,. ,, ip,u.i i m, ..n.i.
tor Hopkins Introduced two new library
hlllr. Ono asks for nn appropriation of
$2,000 to complete the classification ot the
books of tho state library and the other
proposes additional authority for tho state
library trustees promoting tho traveling
In the senate Titus Introduced a bill
becked by the Muscatine city council pro
posing to have tho wnter works In cities
under special charter under control of the
city council. Instead of trustees appointed
by the dletl let court. Clausscn introduced
tho pension bill backed by the old soldiers.
It provides that no pension money shall bo
withheld from Inmates of tho Soldiers' Home.
Dachman presented a measure to clear up
tho doubt as to whether or not tho birth of
a child subsequent to tho making of a will
revokes tho Instrument. Lister introduced
0110 to prevent .the location of a saloon on
tho same sldo or tho street with any post
office, or within 150 feet of the same.
llnntcr'M lllll l'rearnted.
Thn Sllslngcr bill providing a hunter's
license, for Iowa, which has passed the house,
has been favorably reported hy the senate
fish and gamo committee. Tho senate bills
on the same subject havo been Indefinitely
prBtponcd. After considerable dlscusnlon,
which was listened to by a number of miners,
tho bill by Kendall to allow miners the
right to demand pay for mining slnck pasncd
tho houso, with an amendment by Theophll
ins that tho slack must bo weighed sepa
ratrly from the coal. Tho bill for the ahol
Ishment of the offices of state printer nnd
binder has. nt tho request of Its author,
Clarke ot Dallas, been mado n special order
for next Tuesday' at 10:30 a. m. The pros -
pects aro that it will mako by far the hard-
est fight of the session, the houto bolng
pretty evenly divided. Tho Introduction cf
a substitute bill to modify Instead of to
abolish thn olfices Is anticipated.
After another lengthy discussion the sen-
nte this morning passed tho Hazelton side-
walk hill by a vote of 30 to 8, In tho form
In which it was originally Introduced, pro-
..1,1... 1 1 . . ..I 1 11... I , . 1 .
vldlug that temporary sidewalks shall be ot
brick If thn cost docs not exceed 40 cents
per lineal foot.
The senate discussed tho Kmmert bill for
tho suppression of tuberculosis this after
noon, but did not bring tho mntter to a vote,
The IIokus Itule,
Senator Iambert of Jackson county as
tounded the senate committee on printing
several days ago by announcing that ho
had discovered the Imprints of a bogus rule
In tho measurements of state printing In
tho secretary of mute's ofllce. This discov
ery is exactly tho same mado three years
ago hy Senator Lambert, nnd the secretnry
of statei's department Is now ut work trying
to discover how tho discrepancy in th?
measurements of the stato printing came
about, nnd who Is responsible for It.
Olio of tho biggest appropriation bills of
tho senate was Introduced this week In the
senate. It provides for a JCti.000 approprla
Hon to erect monuments to tho union so
dlers from Iowa who fought and died on
tho Held of Shllnh. None of thn mono.
molds proposed is to cost to exceed $4 000
except tho ono representing Iowa, which
may cost as high ns $15,000. The bill names
tho following commlBslonera, whoso expense
are not to exceed In the aggregate $3,500:
(1. L. (iodfrcy of Des Moines, C. W. Cross-
ley oi ensier city, u. A. Huston ot Wau
beck, H. H. Morrison of Fort Madison. L.
Klnkead of Dos Moines, J. II. Monroo of
Muscatine, D. II. Soper of Hmmctshiirg. (V
W. Kepler of Mount Vernon, W. T. Slmw of
Anamosa, F. C. lllackmnr of Wabhlngton
und John Hayes of Hod Oak,
.Some l'roNMMtle I'nrdoiiM.
It la understood that nn effort will ho
mado to sts uro a pardon for Woods, the man
who was convicted ot complicity in tho
dynamite outrage at Muscatlno n few years
ago, when an attempt was made to wreck
Iho houses of John Mahln and K. H. Keg
sengcr. It s also understood that a mow
ment Is on foot ut Cedar Falls to secure
tho pardon of Delilah Falls, an Inmntn of
Anamosa penitentiary, serving a twenty,
yenr nentenco for the- murder of Jacob Kern
in 1&97. It Is claimed by those asking thn
pardon thnt Kern was a villain and secured
nn Intimacy with Miss Fails which led her
to murder him.
Tho equal suffrage bill has been reported
favorably In tho houso. Tho friends of suf
frngo had io hoarlng, hut thoso who opposed
It did. A number who will oppose the hill
on tho floor voted to recommend it for pas
suge. It Is bolloved It will bo defeated,
Iiniinrliint Insurance Meamirea,
Senator Craig this wcok Introduced a hill
proposing a chango In tho laws governing
will pass. At
sip for soin tlmo ns to the legitimacy ot
these two companies and the attorney gen
eral has been quoted ns of the opinion that
there should bo legislation to prevent Iho
operation or sucn companies, wiucn nas re- i
suited lu tho drafting of this measure. The
bill provides that every policy shall have
n redumptloti value after two payments Is
made on It nnd provides for publicity ot cer
tain Information concerning the company,
so that tho policy holder may Inform him
self what Is being dono with the suiplus of
tho company. The measure in part Is copied
nfrer the New York and Massachusetts law
and Is new In part. There has been a hear
ing this week on the valued policy law. In
troduced In the senate by Senator Brighton,
hut no action has been taken by the com
mittee. There is also an Important lnsur
nnco bill pending In the one to regulate
stipulated premium life Insurance compan
ies, which at present operate under tho other
Insurnuce lnws of the state and are not cer
tain of their rights nnd privileges.
IlCtiore tin SiiiiiiiiniiN of the Miner to
PES MOINES, Feb. 15. (Special Telegram.)--The
Imperative summons of tho
miners lo the operators to meet them here
today wan Ignored by the operators and they
did not appear. As a lesult tho milium
dctormlnod to hold another stnto meeting
hero on the 27th. Tho operatorH of tho
state will bo no tided that tbev will be ex
pected to meet hero with the miners on
decided before adjournment Just what de
mands will be made upon the mlno owners.
Ollicors will be elected tomorrow. Thu
meetings aro being held behind closed doois.
At the meeting of tho miners yesterday
ono of the resolutions read as follows: "And
bo it further resolved. Thnt wo use our
Influence and do nil In our power to defeat
any and all candidates for tho lcglslaturo
that refuse to support said bills." the bills
referred to relating to now mining laws.
The resolution Is considered by many mem
bers of tho legislature as being u caso ot
contempt, and they Intimate tonight that
they will havo tho officers and leading mem
bers of tho miners' convention arrested to
morrow. IOWA I'llUSS AMSOl'l TIO.V MKIIT.N,
ItrnioriNt rntrm Rnlnnl Hie HsInUiik
I. mm Heunrillntr Libel.
IOWA CITY, la.. Fob. 15. (Special Tele
gram.) The members of tho Iowa Evening
Press association met here today. John J.
Hamilton of Des Moines Introduced u rcso
lutlon, which wnn adopted, pertaining to ex
isting lnws regarding libel, lu part as fol
lows: "That wo earnestly remonstrate
against tho continuance of this discrimina
tion against an honornhlo nnd useful profes
sion and wo petition tho honorable general
assembly of our state- so to modify tho
statutes that before a prosecution for libel
the publisher shall bo called upon by tho
aggrloved party for n retraction, and that
if such retraction is made In as public man
ner as tho publication complained of, then
It shall rest upon tho plaintiff to prove that
tho publisher was actuated by roallco. Wo
ask no protection for abuses of the freedom
of tho press, but only desire that tho honest
and careful publisher shall not bo presumed
to bo guilty of offenses which every well
disposed publisher strives to avoid.
Hamilton nlso Introduced a resolution,
which wns adopted, favoring abolition of nil
tariff duties on paper and materials used In
Illnllko Iliuikrapley I.mr.
DES MOINES. Feb. 15. (Special Telo
gram.) At tho meeting of the Iowa Retail
Hardwaro Dealers' convention In tho Audi
torium today, a resolution Introduced
by E. O. Penrose, senator from the Ilenton
Tama district and a hardwaro dealer lu
Tama City, providing that tho issoclation
uk tho senators und representatives In
congress to work for tho repeal of tho prrs
ent bankruptcy law, was carried by a small
majority after a sharp discussion. II. A.
Cole ot Council muffs was re-elected presi
dent and S. H. Mlle of Mason City, vice
president. Tbi session closes tomorrow
after the work for the coming year has been
Will Die of III Injuries.
SIOUX CITY. Feb. 15. (Special Tolo-
gram.) Another murder rase Is added to
tho threo which hnvo shooked Sioux City
since December 29 lost, Fievel Davis being
ftho last victim, his wounds being inflicted
thy Dert Topey in a brothel fight January
127. Ho endeavored to quell a disturbance
.In tho placo and a numher of men who were
frantic with drink ami wero throwing hot-
tics, breaking furniture nnd smashing things
.generally, immediately pitched upon him.
beating nnd kicking him. His head was
gashed in several places with a cuspidor
kind orysiplas has set In as a result of the
. . . TV I ...II. .11. I .
Injuries Davis will dlo In a few hours.
JTopey Is under arrest.
Niiloon Trouble In loivii,
I SIOUX CITY, In., Feb. 15. (Special.) The
ato of tho big brewery In Sioux City seems
o bo rather hanging In tho scalps. An In
unction suit Is pending against it, hut the
peroral belief Is that tho law will not Inter
fere. Kugeno Lutz Is the plaintiff In the
aso and It Is he who was arrested at the
nstancc of tho hrowery company on the
phnrges of extortion anil conspiracy several
weeks ago. Ho now declares ho will show-
hat the brewery Is doing business Illegally
btid will clcso It If he can. Tho sentiment
bf tho peoplo Is against closing cither the
irewcry or tho saloons.
i Farmers' Institute Closen,
SIHLT3Y, la.. Fob. 15.--(Speclal Telegram.)
f-Tho Osceola county farmers' Institute has
had a two days' session at Sibley, and to-
j Ifnorrow commences nt Harris. Tho prln-
V' vul"" w' l"vm ''vc n,i-
i?,lv"' "i wncuui i.uiimjr;
'Farmers' Potato Culture," by J. W. Hicks;
Cnrc and Management of Swine," by Matt
Standachcr; "Oood Hoads," by J. M. Dries,
r.; "The Farmer's Dow," by Val Drier.
i, I.nrue I. nnd TrniiNfer.
I, AVIOTA, la., Fob. 15. (Special Telegram.)
i-W. E. Simpson, j
tank ot Wlota anil
joiupleled ono of t
president of the Kxchango
d tho Hank of Maine, has
the largest Innd purchases
(jver mndeJ In Cass county. Ho bought tho
0. M. Whontliy farm of 480 acres, In
Brighton townhhlp. for $21,000.
j Ilnimer fur Monona.
' ONAWA, lu.. Feb. 15 (Special.) The
Oiulrmau of tho Monona county central com
mittee, S. I). Martin, Hov. McNamara, W. L.
nlth, county attorney, and K. L. Hoguo of
aienco, went to Des Moines today to receive
ho banner given to Monona comity by the
Pippecauuo club of Des Moines for tho larg
'H republican Increaso In the volo of tlie
ijalo of Iowa for IH'.i:).
.Special Meetluir Postponed,
ONAWA. lu.. Feb. 15. (Special.) The
piclal meeting of tho Hoard of Supervisors
)f -Monona county called for February 15
ins been postponed until the next regular
Vprll meeting by request of A. Lamb, a
licmber of tho board from Maplo township.
i .Horn Trouble In I'orioosii.
i'i'ACOMA. Wash , Feb. 15.- Formosa Is
ipln unquiet, necordlng to ndvlres lirought
CASTOR I A
For Iniants and Children.
iliio Kind You Have Always Bough!
by the steamer Stlretle. A rebel bund
last ninnth raided Jnpanese otllces at Mato,
cnrrlmc oft i.(Mn yen. This outbreak fol
lowetl the refusal of the Japanese to Joan
the rebels forty rllles to go hiltiUng with.
In three other localities of southern Kur
tnna tmndlts are tdundcrlug ConsUlerable
Kinvc-H seems to br nltendlng tile Japanese
gpvirnmenl s experiment of i tirolllng lt.
I orino.aii siibjectt for military ivrvlce.
COUNT AND C0UNTESS"RETURN
l'retie!iinnti lnteniln lo io In for lllooil
When He Anlu'i In
NIIW YnUK. Feb. i:.. Count nnd
Countess Html de Cnstellano sailed today
on the French line steamer La Onscogne
for France. Doth npponrcd to he In tho
best of humor as they bade good-hyo to the
lnunus w no wore nt tho steamship pier to
boo them off.
"Our trip over here." sold the count. '
"has been most pleasant. My wife nnd I
Intend to visit the United Stntes evcrv )onr
and we will probuhly be over again In the 1
Tho count said that ho and the countess '
were satisfied with tho status of the Inttor's I
estate. At nrst he snld that he would have
nothing to siiy about his might with Do
Hoduyst, tho editor of Flgaio. but later said
"I shall attend to tho papers which have
slandered me when I arrive in Paris. After
my suit against tho Figaro has been set
tled I shall rhallengo Do ltodays to fight. I
don't think he will, hut If ho does not I
will break his hones. If ho apologizes for
tho miserable way In which ho slandered
mo I shall he satisfied."
fleorco (Inlllil Fdwln Colllil nnd lila ulfn
Frank Gould and Miss Hclcnn Could were
among tboso nt tho pier to see the count
nnd countess off.
Motli-r nml Children Afih ilnted.
C11IOAC50, Feb. 15.-Mrs. Jcannc'te
Schwartz mid her two children. Lulu, aged
!l years, and Henrietta, 4 months old. were
found dead in bed here todny. tho result of
asphyxiation Mrs. Schwartz was the wife
of J. T. Schwartz, a saloon keeper. While
he was servlnir customers In tho front of
the hulldlng the 'members of his fatnllv.
occupying looms In the rear, were being
slowly smothered. It Is supposed the Jets
wcro uccldeiitallv turned on.
SfMNlon of Wheelmen.
PHILADKLPIHA. Feb. 15.-Todn"s ses
sion of the national assembly of the Lcngtio
of American Wheelmen was devoted en
tirely to the reading of reorts. President
Thoinns .1. lveenan, Jr. read u lengthy ro
poit. lie said that racing owed everything
to the league, the league nothing to racing.
Tho tiensurer, .tnincs C. Tatteirnll. re
ported leeelpts from Jnnuury 1 to Decem
ber 31, iSOO. to be $C2. 376; disbursement!",
$G0,ltil; balance on hand, $1,915.
Mrs. Chlclo'rliiK Mil I. cm Mllleliient.
. AVAT10UTOWN. N. Y.. Feb 15.-The
Standard prints a lengthy statement signed
by Mrs. Charles A. Chlckerlng. widow of
Itepresentatlvo Chlokeiitig. who was killed
In New York on Tuesday, in wlili h It Is
stated sho believe that Mr. Chlckerlng was
the victim of foul play.
Mrrtm AililrenieH Assembly.
COLUM11IA. S C. Feb. 15.-Wllllani Jen
nings Do an I'ddressed iho genetal nssembly
here tod.'j" Lieutenant Governor Scar
borough pri'iided In Hie hall of the houso
of representatives and Mr. llrjiin wns in
troduced by Speaker Clary.
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