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   Weekly Fort Wayne Sentinel (Newspaper) - May 8, 1895, Fort Wayne, Indiana                               ESTABLISHED 1833. [PART FIRST.] WEDNESDAY. MAY 8, 1895. -EIGHT. PAGES. [PART FIRST.] -VOLUME LX1I.-NUMBEK THE TRIAL BEGINS. Bliss Gives Sent homu i.bout o'clock. Sh noticed iho hack door slightly opont-f and thought il rather strange, but gu posed Neumnn WAS out ia Iho ynrt Sbo out the 'lamp ou the uUn and left- thd bnnginj; Inmp burn. Sh nnd prepared to rclire. Sho n-nn nbou ready fjr bed when H'JO hoard Neutns thero n fow momenta and thcu ttnrte on nlmoBt tvt-ry step. Ho nppearod I bo carrying Bocictbing very henvy. U colored hta room nnd ntaid Iheru a Tow thon wont down nud otruclc n match lighted the baud Inmp nnd cime bnc! upetuira. Uo then cnmo lo her room and told thu TV i I urns Hint thero wa Bomelhiug Iho mutter with her mother MM. DuEun waa lying with her hen  mlnntlon. tho friendrt nnd rektiven f Ihe di-ci-iixed will iinltr n tvrloiirt hjccllon. Thulnflernoon nt o'clock Ilnrrod and Dr. Card went out lo -i.uknwood nnd Iho body of Jugan wnn A immbxr of Ihor woro pro.ootit, Tlio ody, owing in perfect ttidmltnniK by Undertaker I'd-er, XTiu In nn cjcclli-nt "Into of prrior-atiun. nnd llm coronur bud no dilli-ully in ninking llm nretMiiiary exnmln-hyniclnnn nnd n KUKTINKI. reporter, enow ol the exhuming nf the body. Tho preliminary emmiiiatlon of Ni-u> inn win to liiivn com., uj. nl 2 o'clock oned until TliurMlny n'lrrnoon nt 2 dock. ANOTIIBIt TOST MOUTBM tr.i. DUKUII'M Itndy mi lliu Oiioratfntr PEACE. teen Btnco hut October hiB brother, Kinmoll Mnrtiu, on eom InrgocohlrnclB. Emmull still hao o bin hands several coiilrucln nt thn place nnd Itna n largo force of men n work. Ho will not complete bin AT ycnra ago, ila momlicra havo given number uf i-ntertaiumcnla of vnriou ccBflful in their otlorta to ploaso Ih public. Tbo onlcrtninmont giron b them l''ridny night wan the outcome of contest for supremacy between Iw druses who Borne time ago sot out 1 BCO which could hnvo 'initialed th greatest number of candidates withi n alntcd period, llio losers to pny fo n supper for Iho witmera. It wax do Cided 'hat tho lodgo givu Iho auppc and in this mnniiur turn tho p tot Odd into tho trennury. Tho hall was B thoroughly crowded lhat Blandinj room wns at a premium, many peopl ing's program waa greatly handicnppct by iho non-nppearauoo of Iho colored quartet which had bccu LDgaged aa epecinl fcalure, but it was evidence' hnl Iho remainder ol Iho program delighted tho audience. A. B, Covordale, sciilct! William 11. llcury wiLli'n lino gold button honrhig tho emblem of thu r.lor for bnving necun-il tbo grcftteBt umber of inembors for aide, tho uenl Rod 1'or Iho other IMI, Allornoy E. V. Kmriok, iu bio BUnl graceful manner, presented Allen Deuell wilh a similar bulton for Iho into service. Alter Iho nuppcr had ug wns spent in a general socinl CIIUKCI Colobralloii of the riCtlcUt At iilvcrsnry of 1 Is Organ AB n result, ho rolled SB oral ynrdo nnd waa picked up insuns bio and carried to life boarding place, a the homo at Riidert, corner Mai street nnd Ituaioti avenue. Dr. Lad found Iho man badly injured. II skull wna frnelnrcd nnd ho waaothc wisu hurt. Ilia condition wna muo more favorable todny nnd ho will likcl (JIHTi: A IIONAWAV. Sunday, near 'lliu Booljnck anlooii Fred Peters' loam WBB hilcbcd io fun co nnd. nhcn his nan went lo ui hitch tho burses they began kicklu nud liimlly broko nvmy Mid ran. Th hoy jumped oul nnd tho nnimala eim tow-irda Ibis city al n fearful rnlc Sheriff Clnusmoler nnd wit. deputy ITnrrou, wero oul riding nm when they Enw tho runaways approach ing turned lo ouo aido nnd warned lady who driving lop bupgy in Ihe onuio direction .that tbo j.uuic ntopporl nonr tho Itumy farm, n coupl of from HIB city. Sercri vuhiclca woro passed, but all were ucky onough lo cscnpo ACCIDENT. Iltt.s Soiidcr Arrives In 111 City M. Foster niul Wife Tliroivn From Tlioir Citrrlnfjc. WIM Tfilrlj-Lwt jufll at dusk, na Hr and Mrs. B. M. Foster woro n turning In this city along Iho St. .loo road from Mr. FoBlor'n farm, nud about, a mile on thu oilier nnlo of the first toll fiato. whilo driving rapidly, their horeea took fright, nnd i tar tod to run. Tho animals drow Iho cnrrtago very closo to tho oJgoofadwpditch, nnd llio carringo' wheel, striking a atone, tilled tho vehicle to ono biao. In tho biusk seal of iho cwiago wcro liltlo Lotlio (iecsmnn and Hr. nntl Mrn Fontcr'a litllo daughter. Whoa Iho carriage tilled parlinlly over Hr. Foster thrown oul inlo Iho ditch, striking on LIB h 1 11 11 ra Ilia wifo TIM nlso thrown out Thn huibaud, however, held onto tho linen and waa dragged along for a distance of about tliirty foul. Tie finally Euccuedej in aloppiog the animnla but not until ho ind considernbly cut nnd hruiocd, Mrs. Foalcr wna not bndly hurl, al-Ihoufih aho wna considorahly frightoned aud bruiicd. A hlcyclo rlilcr nho wni forlunnlely piming jumped oll'liia wheel nnd held the nuimnls until Mr. nnd Mrs. Foil or egnined Ihelr foot nnd got back Into lurt, but ludly frighlcned. Had tha oam broken nwny from Mr. FoBtor Iho might hare been tearful, MI Iho vroro thoroughly frlghl- nod and thero ia no telling whcro they would .have brought up, A Lnfnyotto townihip farmer, nnmcd Silvester Kcc-l, nna thrown fiom Ida Hifjiy nl hia home, Thurnday morning, nd hndly hurl. Tho coll which ho wan driving rnn away, but Mr. Hoed iatnticfl, when Iho-whenN of Iho bucfir truck 1 nd throwing him oul. of ho family who had followed llio run- j wny found Mr. Itced unconaclous and nrrM him bunk to Iho resldonco Mixllcnl nid Wan nummoiinl nnd It WM ound Hint 1m had mlflarcd painful rulnennboutlbnlmily. bealdw ul In Bovernl (liners. Tluratlsy atteruooD, on tt llllo child canto near meeting with n Ijjlitful donlh. A Udy itemed Into eft her baby In earring on Ihoilde nlk. No eoolier had llio molhor fionfl nto the atoro than Ilia lilllo ono began Ihn vehicle nud, Uiero bnlng ntt icllnn in tho oidetrnlk, tha buBBf Urled tonnnU tho mlddlnuf Ihn atronl. 11 ol re trio car benrinj- dorrn ni n npld of Bpeed, nnd thu baby bUgiiy, on liu couriio directly lorrarda tho reel oar track. When wilhln n fool f thft.rnll. Iho hand ot I'rorldence. hlcit look, niter Imbioi when their arnnu' neglect thetn. .lopped thollttto diiolu nud tho elnolrio car wliiued by. nbv hupgy, but thoio who aaw ttio arrow uinapo from n distance held icirbrualh. Ten or (ifltuui ml tin If. itir tlio mother camo out of tho iloro ill wna .Julio Hurprlnwt to find tho IB nut in iti in tha altvvt. Word ronched city of a booking Injury which occurred lo Iho augliler'of Charted Van downier, n ghly rcapcclod and wolt knorrn far or. living four boyoni! th- .lenniu. his IIB plnyiuj; nboul tho yard Friday oou, when hnr older sitter canio out o iho family dog, a good lanial. Aa tho litllo girl had already d iho dog. she attempted to Uko Iho which her nialiT hail put down, toy from tho nnitiial. Tho dog sprang pon her, and knocking Iho lilllo OHO own, tore her lufl chook in a (rightful manner, idso nonrly t Mr ing oa Iho Medical aid was lnco until iho drbl upon tho church ind hiH'ii reduced. During tbo lull i.ir fft.lKH) uf fho debl hni bren nnd now thnt tho church in In n wutid nnd comlorlnlilo linnnelnt II wiu Ihotifiht that tho prfnenl titling lime to ohourvo ita eciili-Tlio reception nl Iho cliuroli Hntur-ay (WCllitlK wnx n pleanBiit nllnlr. Thn iditoriitm IVHB handsomely d.-curnted any nf them Whig from tint olher niruhen of tint city. KulnoUo'a or-rogrntu conKitled of a violin nol.i by rofi-Hiior .lontiUon, n pinno holo by Will Criglilon and nnong b, MlBa m Lout. Will llnxh and Dnrwiu ItooL lort jiddrfflBM were dellvi-ri-d by Dr. ollut, Itov. Frwimm, llov. Northrop, nr. n-sllingur, Kev. IlogRS nnd ofrrihmenls wero ierveil by tho hnvo Ml Taku for Cla-foo, wher the rntiflcntioiiB of tho tronty of pouc which woro nrrnngod between China nn Japan are to bo exchanged on Wcdnco clay next It ia reported thnt l.i Hun Chung hns been dr-grmlcd. YOKOHAMA. Miy No oliioinl nolif cntiou has burn received hero of tb ratification by the emperor ol Cliinn o tho treaty of ppjico nrruiigml betncui China and J up air; hut Iror Jiut thu treaty lira been mil Hud. Conn Hyogi, Btcrctary go 11 era 1 to Iho -lupd Utso council ol niinislors, has arrived a 1'ort Arthur and will proceed lo where tho rntilicaliotm of the treaty of penoo nro lo bo cxchnuged. CiiKi-oo. ilay Tho wnrnhipi o ling hero. Tho bttunlion is regarded IIB whips including thr.-e torpedo IIOTO Knthored hero nnd rnuro are ex peck-d. In addition nnotbcr ltrilUh> wnrahlpH have nrrivcd Hundred (Jui 't'liolr Furnitccs. CiiicUiD. Mny Twelve hundred hlaHlmcu employed b; 'Iho Illinois iJtocl company struck toilny, and Iho strike Ja expected lo extend ly other tleparluietita. Tuvo of Iho furmicca were shut down nt upon. The men do help, claiming lhat Ihey aro eonlpolloi to work u line conn arily hard. I.IIII-EUIMI, WIs., May Thomincra in Ibo ditUircnl working hcrobavu pro-elriko will follow relunul to grant ihcir from Iho mino ownern thin week. ItoABour, Vtt.. Mny Tho only li-.'hlo today wim Iho loinovnl of t'nplniii ileked men nt work in the Southwest miMva. Thomachinoiiieit nronlwork. of rioting in pnal nud Hint Iho prcni-ucu any Two membera of Iho tichmond Ilowllr.cr'n noru in Itunnukn opinion Hint HID dillWen.iefl will noon bu ncllled by nrbilrntloil. llriniiijf, N. Y., 7 A riot III.H irokeu oul in Iho brick yard of Wnl.h Iron., iwv.-n nhovo thin olty, and lio slit-rill of Columbia couely hnx ii-ilh-d upon lo Iho nvrning tho body of .Imnn, IcUidro. n deck hand ou n hiiclf bnrgo nl Wainh Ilron. doch, wna folio d i thn river. Thern i. a bcllof Hint Iclluirn waii thmun inlo the .tal.T by he fntnrialfd nil of whom wero drunk yexlerday, nnd dnunndcd Mny nlntUit in Ihnl nil nrn out nud orderly, lintrw oprnilora nt NtiUmiivillo, nn rported hy upi'clnln to Ihn Din pa tell, idoplo nctit tlm mlitPN fond' nnd limy rrtnotlnnrondlUonto Mnml a con. utrllco, JCvorybody !n oiil nt ullnlronnd iho outlook In u ny In Iho lown on thn coal IB re--tlchfo-d in fliMli.to mnkx hrnd.jtiarU'rii ern lit conduct Iho atrlko. Tho llncritrtl Omhrldgo nro nil oul mid ulM. in xjuipnlbv llh the mlitrin. JIIICACO'S limit f ik W. Srymu.ir Will lit) ill. Its Ih-ml. Mny 11 AH of or a lio Seymour, today closed iho enl of Tho Kvonl.1K Ml huildisiff, i-a lenin nnd Iho ontlro mil of lliix pniK.r, whlrh. uflnrKumfny will n pi it lion of tho erald building nud will U printed by 10 Tituiut-llcrnlil plant. Mr. Heymour ill tnko pOflBcanion Mnndny. Mr. oymour, who wa, for lunny yenn, iinnging of Ibo Herald, tshl: Aa publlnher of n now democrnllc iper, tho immu of which lion not ot bcou fully dotiirniined, 1 hnvo Buocinlod with mo in Lho conducl this paper Martin ,1. Itutsell. nn United Klatva collector of Chicago. hia ia a onterprine and not Mililicinn or orgntm.tliun of politician. id our domoerney in nol lo. bn intcr-irotfil by any con von lion of democrau) f Cook county, or of Illinois, for that aller. Mr. ItUBioll nnd 1 nro lully in inrmony on nil of tho principal inn lies f tho dny. Wo nro bolh opposed to iy movemoiiL Hint eciimn lo bo in nf Clirlstiuii u Pioneer liuro IIM informed the luiimU-r of foreign iitlnirit, M. linnotniix, Ihnlro furring to Uio friendly ndvicool Krnuco, nnd (Jcrmnny, .Inpnn 'him ro-lounced IU claim to Uio permnnent of tho Liato Tung pnnlnituln ududlng 1'ort Arlhur. 'llKni.it.-, Mny Tho Jnpnnene her claim lo Ihu blno Tung eiiluHuln under lilt- lr-nly Hhimo-I'iiim, May (1 KlKaro, comment-UK on llm pltuntlon of nlb'ilm in Iho fur lit- nituntion in thn hninbnrd. tusnlan nnd Oermnn lle.cU in not t'X-ruled. Tho ncgollationii do not pro-red riwlly." ST. I'nTiiiiainiiKi, The .lournitl tnfornilty with Iho mlvico of llnnsiit, MBy Vim) Hoy U r.it to psrlmiiKo Lin, rail lien lio iw f Ihn pcncn Ire.ttr tvhlch cjjiccto.l to ucrur ttl Chefo'i tomorrow Inalc-mt'of n n. nt lint propiufd. rg held at Kioto TIII-I..III. ft Trench criliaers fax nnd CVcllo will the They lou.lrd (Dterday with nmnlunlliau niul pro-Vofc.iiiAiii, Mny Tho .Inpniifiio rivj council olid iho olliclnU of ummmitd lo Kioto in order to attend nice U iij? tomorrow nl llclnl the nilimtlon hnvo rrni-hml 'whlngloli within tltu Innl Iwenly lilneio foreign otllcn cablon thai John Koxler l.dt Tekiu fur home, olng by way of TIun-TBiii and .Slmug. nl. This would tnkn him to CheCoo, hleh ii the pmnia i Wedneri'lay when Ihu I'OR LIFE. lio illnrdtirur of ill. n well known and highly respected citizen, died rather Biiddonly nt -1 o'clock Ibis morning, at his homo, No. IMI .South Wcbnlor alrcol, of n combination of rlicumatltm nnd neuralgia, Mr. (lumpper hu been ailing for n wuck or BO. but ycidcrdny felt BO inunli bettor tlml he went ant buggy riding In HE very well. Along nboul 5 o'clock, however bo bfgnn to complain, ami oiiBcly, Morphinn wan given him, bill logradunllynonk until dnnth cnmo lo IB roliofnl the hour inonlloned. dwpUo 10 most medical ntlontion. ChrUlh.il (Jumpper wna born 111 llur-abiirg. 1'j-, In July, IJM, nnd catao lo orl Wnyno abonl forly yonta For long Unto ho conducted Iho biknry nl ho.ouHmnnt corner .0! Cnlhoun nnd Itecimllv, how-ver, ho nold oul lo 11. H. llaretlt. The neon.od ik wlfr> nnd Ihfl fnllovr-ftchlLlren: H., Krrt.1 0. and Harry Wilo of iho well known ctwhler of Iho Whlto bank. Jacob D. id n. brother. Tito dccenjicil was a moinbor of tho draco nlao olio of Lhn proinlnotitddtitflniid Irnitooi. llowai very nctlvo in rhliroh work und a Christian .In every HOIIHO of Iho word, lloirnsoiieof tbo building coiamiltoo nf Iho church, nnd jjavo coculdornhlo of hla limo tOlrnrJn ,lho ereolloit of tho now edlflco. Ho cnrrled IS.WKI llfo In-surnnon in tho National Union. ArrnnKemnnla for Ibo funeral aro not yet completed. Thla morning nl her Into horns, No. -t'J WeaLJen'onioiiKlreol, occurred tho dentil Un. Susnn, wife of C. K. Ilright'H diaenxo. Mra (loerer lenvcn n daughter. Her liUiband forntlmi) In Uiu fruit ozlrnol busiiiDSd but not long ngo sold oul hla intnrcaui in r'utl Wayno aud lo Ulica. N. Y. Tho remninn of Mn. (lenrer hn nhippeil lo New York tomorrow morn-CernlOInn, Ihn infant ilnughtrr of Mr. nnd Mra. D .1. Ktilly, of Wl Koulh Cal. honn atrccl. died Bun day evening. Tho fuut-ral wua hold yt-atordny nllcruoon from HL I'ntrioli'a Catholic church. Kltior.i, the fourlenn-mQiithH-olcl daughter of Frank C. Kooka, died of nt thn littnily reaiifonce, on HL Joo Iwu-lovard, 1-akrsido. Tho funeral will bo hold Thursday morning al 0 o'clock from Iho.SL Mary's Cnthplic r....r( ntt.l U Minn.. May n BHsl today plended guilty to tho nrdor ol Cnlherlno Uing. lio wan liteuced lo the ptnllrntlnry for lifn. AllhouKli the trial of Clnua A. Bliit in nol to occur until lay M, tliu lU'K nonro-inod murdircr edded to ple.-td gullly nt ion and hli nlonemenl for the Hnillpmi killing ol Cnlherino Ging mmcncn. nltorney pointed t him lhat If ho hlo-id trbd the jury ould probably nol convict him of urdcr in the Ural degree, and Ihnt li ould lhu< rnoipn haugiiiK, but llllxt to eonfwa hie Kulll nnd throw ntiielfonllieiuttrcyor Juilgn I'.md, ccordin8ly, tbia mornlnfi Hint wiu Cniinly Allnriii-j Kyo unid tbnt d rnvolllng on record, yut It vriMiiot no denply guilty Hnrry Hnywnr.1 nor BO worthy of mnglng. Ho Vrmi n limn of n loiv order IliliOligetic.) nnd uf wi-nlc will bccnllilluence.I by tho tupo-or nlnntnl jionor of Itnyirnrd to nom-U Hm murder nud Iho county torney believed Ihnl thn of juice would hfl ntiliicrvod If the prisonor nUBoiilduiBd lo Ihn peliilenllnry fur fe, K, U. hid attorney,  y tho 11 or vi CM of tho prinonor In help-g truth lo prevail in thu caMi of llnj-ard, and Ly oljn-r counide-rntlonn not nlenred lllivt la npend tho rout of his e in Iho StlllivMor peuitentinry. Tho irixoner WHB led awny with n happy bo Hincore, and Lin notion loilny vrna with tlio advice of his fo nud Ker. K. A. 8hoKnhcrB. hia spir-ual lo Ihla city nnd lakmi lo HID nderlaking of J. 0, IVlller. xamination wna held. II wni Iho intention lo hold this ex-uroner found il imprncticnl nnd tho nlil today. Tho body wai reraovod from tha caa-t ihu rear of the iiuderlnking U WUH in nn oxcollelit alo of pre-orvnlinn. Tho nhroud nn removed and tbo clolhing rippuil down nutliciontly Inidlnw Ihn )r. Harui'tl conducted tho nulopsy, slnted by Dr. Oeorgo Slaler. Dr. 1-'. 'nrk Drayor ncled na secretary. Tho poal mortem wns wiliu-ascd by ID following profrnaionnl mm: Dra. lilcu F. 1'orler. BuchniMi, McOacnr, ard, CM. 0. Stomen ami Coroner nrroil. Allorneyii H. 0. Hell, 8. U ul llio nuwapipur roporlom. A 1 Ihn first oxHuiintllon held by rs. llarrod, My era nnd Gnrd Iho liiioux prccesa of iho second nud third iirvical vcrlobrao wcro removed. Tho mart wna aluo taken out. Tliia afternoon tho vcrlolmio wna ex-oaod farlhor down llio buck and tho ork inoro thoroughly gonn ovnr. imovod. Tho reaiill was tho name nu the first loal mortem regarding tho fracturu of 10 vertebra, but the work wnv. Mr. l-'oBtcr, who lim been in onferonoo with iho emperor and Iho inK-U-ynme.il, will not with Viceroy i-HHon in reprinting China. AnothnrolUoUl to n ton I mrler git-en dilinilu information Hint o emperor of Cliiim Ima ratilird Ihe to ho hoyond Itclenrn up any contradictory nluleuienle fiom lollioinl Hourcen ILI lo whether Iho upiTorhndor had not ru tilled Ihn enly. A prcsB diflpr.teh from Yokohama to-uy enya ml! Heat ion utill in oubt. All thfa ilonbl in put nl rent. owoytr, by Ibo aulhorilnlivc informn-on reaching WaHhinglou. Tho rftlifi-linn nnd Japan to n linnt uccuunl, no rftmnioa only Tor .Inpnn lo BII! .tin with ID makes eerlnin Hint Ihu nrml.'llce HR in forco until the. iimo iloy sun Iho ralificiil ion will not in followed by n .Inpnnenu advance on ekin. 11 ia cuid by otlioinld Hint the of ratifications nt Chefon on 'cxlncfldny will bo largely n. formality. ow Hint China ratified. Tho mniiner in which tliohvo poivcru treating IK nn n lornmlily is indi-iled by tho (net that Count Ho, .Inpn-wo ohinf envoy, ia not going U) id l.i lIungChnng.ChinH'u chief say nlBO Hint tho Ruthorinji of for-gn war nhipd nl Che Ibo in II-HH nllh.il! would appear on snrhco. been nrrnngrd Hint Iho or Knroptum countries old n confwueu nt Chofoo, unit Iho arn said to ho n purl of thin nthering, nllhough thonlronpth uennn Heel nhovre nho nietam to nre nil food roduclK inlo which Dr. Prlco'n K10KKI) OUT. ul Acrldunt, lU'.fulln Cliurlos Miller, iifTlilKCuuiiLy. C'hnrlca Miller. H well known and ghly reflptacd fariuor, living now nyBvillo. met with a shocking acci-ont KuniliiT cvoni'ng which resulted iu o loss of liia IfifL cyo. Mr. Miller wnn inndliug a f me I ion a young horso when lianiuiKl suddenly kielccd. One of h lumfB Hlruck tho iarmiT in o left eye. Mr. MJIW wni picked up Bonslblo but tnli-r rnvivcd. At lira I wna thouf-ht bin nkull wiu frnclured d Iho injured man wna brought to in cily and lukcii lo the Ht. .loaepl ospitnl whcro Dr. Myera wns called to tend him. U wna loimd thitt Ihu e. wna too bndly hijnrod to nave and iu member thoroloru removed. laat accounts Iho tiufoilunato man nu rcaling cany nnd will likdy rover. Thu larmer'H flkull wua nol ncturcd, iifl nl lira I nuppoacd. Hugh, nfteen-ymr-old Bon of el with n cnrioua ace id out Sunday tool when il Hud dimly broke down d tho young man caught tho third ngcrof Hie left, hanii under tho stool d very painful wound. Dr. John ,1. Tho lilllo child of Mr. and .lira. aniel Rash, of Itorry ttrenl. fell n miming bottle lanl Sum) tiy nnd L n HBvern gimh in tlio of ita head, r. Hnvice. ivaa culled to attend. Churlcn Mousnol lintnnUy ctininj; epped oir a main street electric A I.ofl to u Wiiyno Slrci-.t than Ihe Kohinoor uro Uio triumphs achlnved by Dr. Prica'a Unking Ton 107 Taylor atrecl, hU ay no, picking up what odd John ho uld find. Ho haH Imd tho EHIUO hard timw, which him mo to nil our citizens whoso capital IH though ho would bo freti from work-Mr. Hihel tlml n largo cabin hud An loft Ly hia to tho in Ibia country, tho only two nf loiuaroMr. Hiiael and his molhor. 10 M located nenr WihictiBtorn, orlemburg, Oornmny, nnd in Haiti to worth from f 11.000 to f To-orrow evening Mr. Hasel nnd hia olhor will leiwo on 1'illBburj; Irnin o. Kfordcimany, sailing from Now nrk via Iho Htir lino. They will bo xenl about four nionlhx. or hiicli limo mnoial nil si re. Mr. Himel will likely gngn in so mo meroanlilo With nn lint LnuiH, Mo., May A Hiigar mine, w threatnned in tit. Loiita nnd hohwftlo grocora nro frantically trying to pick up oven a barrel or two. For umber of ils roIinorieR closed and holcanlo grocers hnvo bought na liltln is owing lo Iho ligbtnenH of out per pound wan mado hy tho trual ud n juniarkohlo ,1 em ind HprunB up. vcryono wanted sugar and no had iy. Tho Orleana rcfinuricB will ot Bhip Biigar tn SL Louis, M tho de-loo grcnl to bo mot. Kliipmcnti from 10 enat cannol be- had lioforo May 'JO. ol n grocer in tho cily ha-t lo oxceed iiilnrrela nf Kmniilnled, find May Thero are alarming rtiporU from ro-garlinr; Iho suppoaod nppenruneo of smallpox, and Dr. Metcnlf, acrrotary of Ibo board of health, loft for thai cily hist Tho telegram renclmd tho ollico of 11 o stnlo hoard of health from Sccro-tnry Johnson, of thn Valparaiso board ot health during tie day. Tha lire I mild: "Nol Bttro about smallpox, but yol IB very Important that you should come at once, aa ninny of Iho atudonU have Thonccond lolegrnm said: "Smallpox hero. One cnao anil Iilly 01-.iiwuics." Coimiilcring Ihu large number of normal atudenla whieh have evidently Loon oipoiyd, the eUito office fonra thai if Iho cnto is really one of [i renounced smallpox llicro will hocon-Hiderablo Irouble. IL is undornlood lhal thoro IB the grcnleut excitement in linn A.TPlInmillnn h Tpiilo ill at his rCBideucu, corner Levria and for 1 in tho chimney with Br. 1'ri.Mi'H Raking Wnmnw Daily Timcti Bnya: Warren omnlojo.l in the cnmo over from Port Wayne .Snlnrdny iKhtuudnpont.Sumlny with par-nls, Mr. nud "Mrs. William Doughuiii, ho n-sidea nliort diadince oitnL of IhU rcasonn for the ndvnnco Hr. 1'rico'H Uniting 1'owdernre. found i ita purity, ntrenglh nnd Prico'stiBthopurfHl nnd ttrong-l of the Imking powdorn, ta SB Dr. 1'ricn'i Unking .lonpph Mnrlin, llio pluml7er, hni ro-urneU from lintUonl Cily, where II. (1 rnnnenuin, llfo L'lnlft Kilohman who Imd n hand pinched YO weokn ngo. linn recovered tho mo of 10 mcmlmr BulliHeulI> lo n-Mimo Black, of the Plymouth Cycht n., IFI hern nnd will h.-gin i-ck for llio roming rnccir. Hit will oo at Ui-nver Mny in tho Aduh IMler teiurncd II. P. fialtercr IIBJI gone Avotaml an a dolegnlo to tho national eoling of muticiaas. SM   

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