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   Kokomo Daily Tribune (Newspaper) - March 5, 1894, Kokomo, Indiana                                THE KOKOMO BAILY ELEVENTH MONDAY MARCH PRICE TWO KNOWLEDGE Brings comfort and improvement and tends to personal enjoyment when rightly The who live bet ter than others and enjoy life with less by more promptly adapting the worlds best products to the needs of physical will attest the value to health of the pure liquid laxative principles embraced in the Syrup of Its excellence is due to its presenting in the form most acceptable and pleas ant to the the refreshing and truly beneficial properties of a perfect lax ative effectually cleansing the dispelling headaches and fevers and permanently curing It has given satisfaction to millions and met with the approval of the medical because it acts on the Kid Liver and Bowels without weak ening them and it is perfectly free from every objectionable Syrup of Figs is for sale by all drug gists in 50c and but it is man ufactured by the California Fig Syrup whose name is printed on every also the Syrup of and being well you will not accept auy substitute if It Will lie Kerntoil the Full Senate Committee NATURE OF THE FUKMTI KELLAR UNDERTAKERS AND DEALERS IN No Charge for 48 Main Carter dw J COXKAD Notary OBRIEN ATTORNEYS AT Offloe In AnnstronCi TamiA11 A Hnnt nn PHYSICIAN ft SURGEON In Democratic Circles It Is Not nclievcd That It Will Extend to Voles AKuinst the llrice anil Others Making Their Fight In Commit 111 March Demo cratic members of the senate committee on finance find it necessary to take at least one more day to consider the tariff bill before presenting it to the full com They had been anxious to com plete the bill so as to be able to lay it before the full committee and they did not relax in this purpose until the last They that it had been necessary to give so much time to senators who wanted toue heard that they had comparatively little time for If nothing goes amiss it will be ready for presentation tomorrow The committee has progressed so far and has heard dissat isfied senators so fully that it feels confi dent now of being able to carry out this While some of the schedules of the bill have leen agreed for the time being by the the work is not con sidered finally concluded upon any of and important changes are liable to be made up to the last moment before the meeting of the full For this reason members decline absolutely to give out any of the rates They also refuse to confirm any figures pub and while they do not say that the rate of 40 cents per toil on iron ore and coal are they assert that whatever figures they may have agreed even on these are still sub ject to as is the entire Gorman and The contest between the members of the committee and the discontented ele ment has been very Senators Caffery and and possibly two or three other constitute a very compact or ganization and an influence which the committee finding it difficult to These senators have been in constant members of the committee do not believe that the oppo sition will go to the extent of opposing the bill by their Sucrar is as it has been from the the most dis turbing and there is far greater trouble in fixing a rate satisfactory to the refiners than to the The Republican members of the com nnmi licit and comprehensv KANSAS They Are Arranging to Join March to the March will be a big delegation from Kansas to join General Coxey when he starts on his grand march to Already the movement is taking root in several of the towns and cities of the The class that propose to take the trip are generally tramps who came into the state because of Governor Lewellings famous This element wants to organize and move in a body to so as to reach that place by the latter part of The leaders are opposed to They say they can just as well ride on freight trains and argue that if 40 or 50 go together they can take possession of cars and that no train crew will be large enough to dislodge They further believe that they have everything to gain and nothing to They would be assured of something to because they would travel in such numbers as to enforce compliance with their STUffi PiPER kjlxllij 1 nl Lul Manner of the fneens Announcement of Gladstones Retirement ROSEBERY TAKES THE EIGHT OUNCE It Is So Siuiill That Three Like It Conlil Play In a Cigar March smallest baby yet reported was born in Killing a village about eight miles west of this The parents are The father is employed by a farmer cut ting timber and weighs about 190 The mother is a healthy weighing perhaps 100 The child is a as perfectly formed as any being can and on its birth weighed only eight Its face is about the size of a horse A ring worn on the little finger ef its mother was easily slipped over his foot nearly up to the It is the opinion of the attending physician that the child will The child is so small that three of its like could play hide and seek in a cigar CROKER If Congressman ttiinphy ACCIIHCK Him of Fraud He Will Cause His SAN March Richard the Tammany when shown published dispatches stating that Congressman Dunphy in his letter of resignation arraigned him as the insti rewarder and upholder of fraudulent votes and election crimes in New declared that if Dnuphy made those charges he would have him I never encouraged fraudu lent and if anyone in New York violates the election laws Tammany hall will prosecute he If Dun phy thinks Tammany is going to pieces and losing strength he will be taught differently INDIAN MAIDENS The Grand Old Man Shmrenxl With Re gretH at RetlrellMat and the New Premier of Kim berly Offered the Port Foreign Sec of the March manner in which the queen announces the retire ment of to the people is It is contained in the court circular and is written by a court offi Every word of this circular is generally submitted to the queen in ad The announcement U dated Windsor March and The accompanied by her royal Princess drove out yesterday Then follows a list of the arrivals at the headed by the names of the children of the Duchess of Prince and Princess Henry of 1 and adds that he himself will probably emphasize his protest by tht withdrawal of his support of the govern ment at an early and critical He declares that he is opposed to a peer led He will probably move an amendment to the address in reply tc the queens speech proroguing the ses in order to raise the subject oi home rule all Other members of the while expressing sympathy with this do not feel justified in overturning the Liberal es pecially as Lord Rosebery is pledged tc questions in which they are The Irish Nationalists state that they do not feel as though they had any right to take part in the agitation over the leadership of the Liberal strong in the past promises of the gov ernment and their own voting they rely upon the government giving practical attention in due course to the Irish Highest of all in Leavening Govt Report Baking Powder REBEL SHIP Transport Went lown Viider Fire From the llruzllian Rio UE March re ported sinking of the rebel transport Venus occurred on as previously and its commander and 29 men went down with the She was lying off Porto Madama and firing on the shore when a volley in response struck her A terrific explo sion followed and the transport parted in half and soon It is generally believed that the insur rection here and in the south is virtually The rebels are losing at all and to an impartial observer the end of the long drawn out struggle is in By far the most bloody battle that has been fought during the revolt took place early in the morning of 9 at Arma co when the insurgents lost 250 The entire rebel force was but and the result is largely attri buted to the fact that they became hors du combat by drinking a large supply of whisky on LENOVER GOT A KXPKEMIKI Thomas American and the French ending with the names of and It then goes on to enumerate all those who attended her majestys dinner wherein the names of and Gladstone come This is followed by the information that the queen and Princess Beatrice went out this and then comes the fact that a cabinet council has been He Also a lliillct In the Leg For Refusing to Iivide March growing out of the murder of Henry Helmick never There was a hot lawsuit among 20 contestants for the reward offered for the arrest and conviction of the Helmick The court gave onesixth of the reward to Farmer Samuel On his ar rival home with his money Lenover found waiting for him his brotherin Alfred who claimed that he was justly entitled to one half of Lenovers share because he had given Lenover valuable Lenover re fused to relinquish any of the This angered who drew his revolver and shot Lenover in the Saturday the jury crave Beaumont sis months in jail for the Old Man Davis Anxious Make quest to Xew Re AN AUDACIOUS He Ip a Sign Advertising lieer and It to x Anx iety to Work oil t Stone PileShot the Men Who Stole His Dis patches anil State March sus ceptible George Sallie Atkinson and Flem have each develoiwd an anxiety as to the whereabouts of Benjamin an old man who ingratiated himself into their esteem by stories of fabulous wealth and the subsequent making of three separate wills by which he be queathed to the different individuals large landed The old gentle man is said to have the best of the situa tion by reason of clothing and cash furnished by his alleged whose suspicions have been aroused by the discovery of his readiness in making wills in favor of persons who extended him trivial Andacious March This city has a man whose audacity is remarkable in view of the suffering among the unem ployed during the winter He is a saloonkeeper and does business on a north side Surroundings indi cate that he has been Upon the side of his saloon hangs a and upon this is pictured an overflowing glass of Alongside are these words NOTES Of THE Haminoml toleratis wrestliiiLC matches and Delaware county Prohibitionists have put a ticket in the James editor of the Xew Albany is Indianapolis had four incendiary tires Saturday Loss Vigo county fair at TernHaute offers in its speed Madison county Democratic primaries indorsed Congressman Property to the amount of destroyed by lire in Miss May Hall was held up by an Indi anapolis negro and robbed of Hammond steel works strikers continue to riot upon slightest Harry West Indianapolis arrested for making counterfeit Attorney ieneral Smith has promised to file an report with the Joseph an Indianapolis po broke a leK by falling from the patrol Ed well known local politician of hanged himself to his hed George an old Indianapolis sa attempted suicide as the result of n arrest fur violating the Gibson county furnishes the first convic oil under the election bribery which ixes a penalty of and costs for at empting to control a James farmer near was assaulted at his barn by m unkniHn after returning from where he ad drawn He was truck on the head with a but his creams brought assistance and ft his look ployment to Steady em Incident In Soldier Life Itesults In a Stab MONEY TO LOAN mat dav or ana omci of the senate finance been I TKICTT1I with au Indian maiden farv of state for foreign affairs fered him the post of prune andthat Rosebery had accepted her majestys and Mr Gladstone has written a letter to pleasure In answering over s store sep 21 dw MONEYABSTRACTS nuide on farms and property ieTwil sustain him in his posifton toe nt Freuo was his and appar members as it is sup cessfni Ouirk m revenue the earliest practicable mo PLANS IN Senate Waiting For Tarifl tb House For Quieter March senate is understood that comminication to bir March Bur the 17yearold son of the late Colonel was instantly killed Saturday He and an brother had been out Thev landed near the waterworks on their Henry picked over Money to On farms and city property at the Lowest rate of interest Conine most favorable No long M JOHN TO OHIO FARMERS POLICY w IT thpir r has made so little progress toward legis lation during the past two or tnree ht the gun was weTs that thecalendarhasbeen changed entered the young man s 3y in a very slight and the side near the heart and he fell Collins t Tha of other companies wl ttccomullo nrton of the house manage fl statonouse j consideration of the pension district inaj station and within aO feet d consular appropriation to the But for the timel dnrionof eventhing dunng the three buddings would it A probably havebeen Relatives of at a March final scenes in the Franklin Park tragedy Were enacted yesterday when Moore Baker and her little girl Oer them without name t put Mm down a only because of the weeks after the excitement that d arpearance of a Columbian guard has existed since the It is the in au The fire broke ntenrtonof the house managers to push just south ol he consideration and cons are com nleted the election cases will betaken upand then the house will return to the other appropriation Sworn In Judge March high noon vacancy in the supreme court administering the oath of office to Senator White of The formal proceedings were not unlike the usual ones in such The filling of the bench is especially interesting to for now that the court is com plete that state has a chance for an early Sement of the tax case against railI road Tin which a considerable amount of cash is The case will prob ably be heard early m Pensions March John C Blacks speech on the pension appro priation bill was the only thing to re tevethe tedium of a dull day in the house He made a vigorous defense of the present pension policy TWo private pension bills were but objection was made when members tried to get other business before the ducted in th good view of the cof t ga OT fin were Henry Bakers mother and er and the mother and brother of brother and the mo Willard Chinese SmugKlera WEST March police of this city have succeeded in lo cating a gang of Chinese opium smug glers who have been smuggling the drug throivh Canada for consumption in Superior and is esUmated William VerionBircourt has resulted in the latter ionsmting to retain his po sition as the exchequer and to his acceptng tie government leader ship in theouae of Notwithanding the fact that yester dav was ominafly a day of Lord Rosebery88 busily engaged in confer ences wit members of the To the Earlf Kimberly he has offered the nost of feign of letters and telegrams ex nregret because of his retirement ceived by The exmi6 minister attended church He loed remarkably Glad stone88 not yet entirely recovered from her ient X speech from the throne prorogu jne rliainent was signed by the queen It is neither long nor signifi te speech is the last official by March Ellen Boyce attempted to kill as he was leaving her dressmaking rooms where he called to settle trouble about stories she had circulated concerning him and dur ing which he severely whipped the She fired twice at but missed and was Boyd is quite a factor in politics and represented this section in the last Republican national He seconded Harrisons nomination for Tennessee and was on the committee notifying Whitelaw Factory Girls March dozen of the working girls of the city recently or ganized the Happy Hour The or ganization has been so successful that it has led to the forming of other circles of the same which have blended in a union to take up a definite line of chiefly in the way of throwing good in fluences around the girls employed in assisting them in getting places and in providing a relief fund in case of Street Railway March the employes of the electric railways struck yesterday because of the discharge of the engineer of the who refused to accept a reduction in The motormen and conductors took the ac tion of the superintendent as an attack upon their Mnrderer lirowns Burial ilfe friend8 DESPONDENT He Followed the Kxamplv of His Father by Committing March Henry Boh aged bookkeeper of the West rn committed suicide at his home esterday afternoon by shooting himself n the He had been down town cat Minenoi that nearlv worth of opium has hwiu been smuggled in here in the past few It stated that and Gladstone wgo on Tuesday to Brighton at Hawarden cas DOUGLAS S3 SHOE I Diplomatic and Consular i March diplo matic and consular service of the United States costs the country but half ai mi lion a Attention was called to this fact bv Representative McCreary of Kentucky in his report on the diplomatic 1 consular appropriation bill which National Strike of March joint conven tion of railroad and river coal miners of his district is being held here The officers of the United Mine Workers of America will probably again be urged tn declare a national This would affect between and queen at f Buctangham palace Demanding Mona Fide March thousand ime Minister Rosebery held his first cnet council at his residence yester All the ministers were except Asquith and try president of the local will kin their The council was in sion for only a short Lord seberv will be given an audience by Young Men Enter a Good EAST March Young Mens Political club will select a full ticket for the approaching Thf young men say they will oppose the con tinuance of the racetrack and kindred vices in the and hope to win the ap proaching contest upon those Till mane Will Not March yesterday mornings Tabernacle service DeWitt Talmage read a letter to the congregation in which he announced his determination to remain with the t having recovered from recent embar Premature Explosion of a March state that a premature explosion oc curred Saturday evening in one of the mines at Sierra just as the last shift of the day was Three of the miners were killed and several his murdered wife in New Hope ceme but the dead womans brothers re fused and the trustees by unanimous vote refused to allow Browns body to be buried anywhere in New Hope cemetery Arrangements For a March prize fight advertised for tonight bet ween Hale and Skotski is to occur within three miles of Shelby and the sports are claiming assurances that there will be no interfer Quarters for the fight have been selected at the edge of and if it ie true that local officers have agreed tc keep their hands off there is likely to be a fight to the Meat Thieves March Carlan discovered thieves in his smoke but they made way while he arranging to attack He followec for several miles and when he overtool them fired both loads from his shotgun Murray Cain was mortally wounded an Bid May slightly They are ba characters and are now in Not the Kind of Work They March stonepi established by the city for the benefit o the unemployed has proved a failur after a weeks It was for weeks by the representatives of tl but when established but three men of those who accepted employment stuck to it through the first All lay March Repub licans of Center Marion nominated Makepeace for rustee and Eugene Saulcy for contests were It required all day Saturday to name these and the usticesof the peace and so lentiful were the Ilad Trouble at a His father committed suicide ago by jumping in the She Carried a LITTLE March Durjng the rial of a negro in Drew county for as sault on Miss Annie the as she was taking the witness stand drew a hatchet from the folds of her dress and with the words Thats the sprang upon the prisoner like an inraged striking him on She was fined for contempt and he was sent up for 1J at clock this Labouchere leading members of NEWS ExPresident Harrison spent Sunday iu San Two female attendants of the Chicago detention hospital discharged for Mike deaf mute of whipped Billy Ecker in that city in five and aged Ger mans near wwe fatally beaten by Xavis of fatally shot by Allxrt whom he accused of sf ducing his Heavy rains in the northwest are threat ening great Au ice gorge feared in the Zimmerman will accept Johnsons chal lenge to race onequarter to five miles on a Bicycle for or Attorney Spooner for the revivers ad mits that Judge Jenkins order against Northern Pacific employes was too Mining troubles at Kagle Creek anil are more compli but no new troubles have brokin Coal miners in Ohio district 0 are likely to settle their dispute with employ ers and return to after being out since the lirst of the Six dynamite cartridges found in Kent Stanleys new with fuses sttaclied and placed so us to ex plode with the starting of the Ill feeling in a Cincinnati wrestling match between Walker and Trickier re sulted in the second of the former kicking March dispatch says Kern a transient barber from Indianapo is was killed there by a young man named with whom he had Trickier behind the ear while he was down trouble at a The next day Kern odle was called out of the shop and March a rearend Big Four collision at Trout mans Saturday afternoon an engine was derailed and a caboose No one unemployed met on the common yesterie houseof commons show that while a dav and passed resolutions of the Baflicaig continue so thev would not tolerate bur t of Lord e easy fi n 1 than any be The name and price on I Itieir to those who wear Democratic Campaign March Demo ic campaign committee will this in 1TR nflAQ fhat thev required bona fide and useful WALTER WALNUT onepairana i crnilC j iougias have reception rooms in its head I ters with a view to probably enter taining visiting Preparations have begun for the circulation of cam paign Must Serve March Attorney General Olney holds that under the act of Dec 21 30 days notice or tended pension suspension must be given iu all Wffliam Vernon Church larcourt as Gladstones SOUTH March is a largepreponderance of Liberals church of this favor loyally accepting Lord Rose Henry Labonchere continues to He hinte that Sck picture costing the only church in was destroyed byfireyesterday they soon tod an opportunity to nail way of settling a protest in a practical form against the March JaneelecHon of Lord BoMDerr as prime Night Operator March nighl at Hay was shot and killed by some unknown person while on If robbery was the ob ject it was a for not a cent was Cliesa Championship NEW March Stei nitz and Emanuel Lasker have signed articles for a chess 10 games for a side and the chess champion ship of the to begin March Editor March Montgomery the famous Dan bury News editor and originator of American Domestic died of pneumonia Trump March a colored was killed by an and i and combatants rolled over the train on the newly elected state repre was killed at by editor of The Alliance Samuel a was also killed and Will Sunders mortally It was a political Order of Brith Abraham had a noisy time in New York over the election of first deputy grand opposition Iw ing directed against Jonas Mem bers chairs and tables were upset BAKING fatally shot yesterday by his Brown a leading Radical says he agrees Scotcn Kadicai sayu ne refused to make partial n by Mr Star Ball Player HOT March 5 William the veteran baseball died at Mountain near this of dropsy of the Awarded Highest Honors Worlds only Pure Cream of T rtar Ammonia No Used in Millions of   

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