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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - January 8, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                LOGANSPORT PHAROS 15TH YEAE WEDNESDAY EVENING JAISUAJiY 8 1890 JOHN GRAYS Of every kind They must go rain or shine We have too many of them and we must net rid of them no matter what it coats to do so PLEASE COME At once and make your selections as we will not be able to wait on half liie cus tomers next week but will have extra help and do the best we can THE FIRST BEUSH Between Opposiing Elements in the National House i LIVELY SKIRMISH OVEE THE SULES UlMKMXXTM DO LAN 3 OPERA HOUSE WM DOIVN Just Ono Nljfbt Wednesday 3an 8th ilcturn EnKfigiment ot ttic Distinguishd Comedian C E VERNER In tho Beautiful Historical Drama Tho Could Boy ot QlltiKall SEE Gllngull by Tho Merrymaking Scene Gllnyali Arrest ot ghamus TJio Oreat Trial Scene The Thrilling Gallows Scene The Kscupo from Poriobnllo Barracks Tho Irish Dances Jigs find Reels and hour tbo yongf Oictts Wl and Sentiment The strongest Irish piny ever written Under tho personal supervision of T H Win nett Scnloof Dress Circle 73c ruiquette 60c Idilcony IBc Seuts now ou salo at Kecs Hojfs drugstore OlEtlY HOUSE wa MAKAGBII OVK ONLY SATURDAY JAN nth tv H Powers Conipny presenting tho llo inaiitU Irish Drama The Fairie ACompanionjPjay to Tha Ivy Leaf A Strictly First Class Company Including the Tiilontel Irish Comodiau CARROLL JDHNSDN Late of Johnson Slnvins Minstrels A Car load of Scenery A Powerful Dramatic Company Kcpieto with Now Songs and Dancos Prolustion siunoas at tho lltiSt Theatre New York FURNITURE Prices the Lowest OUR DESIGNS flRE NEW None but the best workmanship ni lowcd to leave our salesroom I W Henderson 302 UhSt fomm txsioueiM Sale of Heal Estate Notice Is hereby elven that the commissioner appointed by the Cass circuit court of Indiana at its November term 1SS9 in a certain proceeding wherein Frnok Weiler et alnre plaintiffs and Catherine Smith etal arc defendants by order if said court will offer for sale nt private sale at thelnwoflice of Charles ETaberon Fourth streetin tho City ot Logausport in Cass county Indiana on Thurs day Feb imry sixth 161 lS9t between the h ours of 10 oclock In tho forenoon and 4 oclock in the afternoon of snid day the following des cribed real situated in ross county In diana towit Tho cast half I1 of the west half HI of out lot four 41 in Tiptons AS ministrator8 flrst addition to Lostmsport Alsoiotnumber thirtyflvetSol in thoorljjirml plat of West Logan now a part of the City of Louansport as platted and recorded in the re cordersoflicej of Cas county Indiana Lot number t IrtysLx 36 in original pint of West I ogan nowa part of the City ot Logans port as platted and recorded in the recorders ctHceel Cass county Indiana Also a strip or innd in the City of Logans port north ot Eel river and south of lot num ber thirty in the original plat of est Logan now in the City of Logansport more particularly described as follows towit All that strip of ground lying between Chippo way strectin the i own a nar of thefityof Logausport laid out by William j T Peterson and recorded in the recorders of nee of Cuss county the Eel river and between tuo east bank ot the Wabash and Erie cnnai and aline drawn from tbe east line of Wail street in said town of West Loiran to Kel river Also the east fortyone and onefourth UH1 feet off of tae south half of lot number four1 teen I4j in Hannas addition to tho City of Logansport Also lot number seventyfour 741 ioWLa Koses second a dit on to the City of Loiraus port Terms of sale Onethird tH of the pur chase money cash oneihird HI in nine 19 months onethird M in eighteen IS months from the date of sale The purchaser to execute his notes for the deferred payments bearing six 6 per cent interest from date un til paid with attorneys fees and without rcitef from valuation or appra scment lawand to be secured by mortgage upon the property sold CHARLES E TAUEK January 31S90 Commissioner An Appropriation 1J11I Taksu Up a Vote of 133 to in the Senate Advocates Sending Negro Back to President the Vice President and Americans Heady to ItCear People Talk Miscellany WASHIXOTCW CITY Jan feature in the house proceedings yesterday was the debate on McComas motion to tako up an appropriation bill undur the rules of the last house McComas moved that 1 he house go into committee of the whole on the District appropriation bill tho committee to pro ceed under tho rules of tha last house To this Breckinridge of Kentucky raised tho question consideration the speaker de cided Breckinridge out of order the latter appealed and the first partisan question of the session was before the house Carlisle Leads tho Democrats Breckinridge then yielded the floor to Car lisle who attacked tho speakers ruling He severely criticised the house for its failure to adopt rules Crisp of Georgia supported Carlisles argument in a long speech He said that the minority protested against the practice which entrusted to the speaker the power of determining what was and what was not in order Republican Arguments Cannon of Illinois said tho bill in question had remained on the table tor weeks and when the Republicans wished to pro coed with tha business the country the other side held up their hands in horror be cause there were no rules McKinley of Ohio said the committee on rules would report a code of rules within a reasonable time and the only question was whether while awaiting that report public business was to bo suspended Henderson of Iowa said gontloinen on the other side were opposed to doing anything without rules and wanted rules adopted un der which nothing could be done Tlie Speakcir Sustained The discussion was continued for sonio time on purely partisan linos and at last a vote was taken which sustained tho speak ers to 134 Tha vote showed a big lack a quorum on tho Republican sitle but it wa enough in this cosa While the Flight Went On At times the skirmish was quite bitter Many Republicans gat herad around the head of the main aislo to listen to Mr Carlisle Maj McKinloy made able speech and the Democrats had a tasts of his qualities as a leader Ho was grave and dignified and made an excellent impression His forces overwhclmod Him with applause when he sat down Mr Carlisle was cheered by similar demonstrations among the Democrats Along tho lino it was give and take Gen Hender son of Iowa was as furious as an enraged lion Crisp of Goorgia shot several arrows into tho Republican camp and Mr Hemp hijl of South Carolina used his Jance for a few minutes It was a lively fight all around but neither a Goliarh nor a David was developed Negro Question in the Senate In tbe senate after tho introduction and reference of several bills and resolutions Morgan of Alabama spoke at great length on the bill of Senator Butler to provide for tho emigration of colored people from tha southern states He expressed himself in favor of voluntary emigration of the colored people from the South having reached the conclusion that there was a natural incon gruity and an irrepressible conflict between tho rucos which nothing could euro except their final separation Tho return of the negro race to Africa was the final aud only solution of the problem Aversion Between the KHCOH It was undeniable that the aversion be tween tho races had greatly increased siuca the abolition of slavery and it would in crease so long 03 a largo proportion of the population was of the African race This feel ing was not so intensa in the south as in tho north It was not so strong between the negro and his former masters as it was be tween tho negro and those who never owned slaves Africa Their Natural Home He maintained that Africa was the natu ral home of tho negro and quoting the description of the Congo basin from Henry M Stanley concluded that that would be the best location for the American negroes as by their efforts civilization would be moro rapidly promoted iu Africa than through any efforts of the whites Morgan mamtimed that Central Africa seemed destined for tho future conquests of civiliza tion and complimented tho efforts of tho king of Bulgium in that direction THE FIRST STATE DINNER Banquet to tho Vice President aud Cabi net Officers WASHINGTON Crrr Jan first state dinner of tho present administration was given at the executive mansion last night The dinner was given in honor of tha vice president and the members of the cabi net Tho floral decorations in the dining room were superb Potted plants and flowers of every description adorned the windowsills and mantel pieces Conspicuous imong the floral decorations was a large loral shtold containing fortytwo stars representing tho present number of states now in tha Union The full marine bond under direction of Professor Sousa was in attendance and at times furnished delight ful music for the guests The Company Present Covers ivere laid for thirtysir and be sides the president and Mrs Harrison there were the vice president and Mrs Morton tlie secretary of state the secretary of tho treasury and Mrs Windom the sec retary of war the attorney general and Mrs Miller the postmaster general and Mrs Wanamaker the secretary of the navy and Mrs Tracy the secretary of the interior and Mrs Nobl the secretary of agriculture and Mrs Rusk the speaker of tho house and Mrs Reed Gen Schofield Senator and Mrs Sherman Senator and Mrs Cockrell Sen ator and lira Hale Hon J O Carlisle and Mrs Carlisle Hon Cornelius N Bliss and Mrs Bliss Mr Runnels Mrs Logan Mrs phandler Mrs Henry G Davis and Mrs McKee Koxulnated WASHEIGTOS Crrr Jan folio whig nominations of postmasters in Illinois were ant to thia senate by the president yester John McBonney Jr Aledo E A pTettinger Ottawa Irank N Tice Mount Morris J L Hastings Macon City Will WJXL Hurbiiugh Qenesee John H L Lacey gfflngljam A H Rue Jerseyville E W Hill Maroa W H Jforris Cariyle J E j 0 Clark iSewton L T Linnell Cobden E H Brush Carbpndale A G Pbillipps ArmR George Finler was nominated for surveyor of customs at Dubuque la CONGRESS IN BRIEF Synpsls of the Proceedings Yesterday in Both Houses WASHINGTON CITY Jan bill was introduced in ths senate yesterday locating the Worlds fair of 1892 at the national cap ital Voorhees offered a resolution relating to the case of CoL Dudley and the United States officials of Indiana similar to that offered by Bynum Monday in the housa but not asking a committee of investigation Edmunds said he favored the resolution and it went over Morgan then addressed the senate in favor of the resolution for the emi gration of negroes to Africa and after ha concluded the senate held a secret siassion and adjourned In the house the speaker reported that he had sworn hi Samuel J Randall at his house as a member ot the Fiftyflrst congress Several bills and resolutions were intro duced and then McComas moved to go into committee of the whole on the District ap propriation bill under the rules of the last house This was opposed by the Democrats but finally prevailed and tha house went into committee and then adjourned Suddenly Stricken by Death WASHINGTON CITY Jan Mar tin Washington correspondent of The Pitts burg Times and other western journals died suddenly last night of paralysis Mr Mar tin was at the capitol in usual good health yesterday After dining with his wife at homa in the evening and while laughing pver hia immunity from la grippe Mr llartin suddenly fell back in his chair un conscious and within an hour The Tobacco Men Heard WASHINGTON CITY Jan tobacco interest took up the time of the ways and means committee yesterday Nearly all wanted a duty of at least 35 cents per pound on foreign leaf and several favored the abo lition of the internal revenue on the weed Robert Stewart sacratary of the Baltimore Tobacco board of trade said ths large to bacco manufacturers wanted no their reputation was sufficient The PanAmericans at Work WASHINGTON CITY Jan members of the international American conference are actively at wcrk at their headquarters several committees meeting daily hearing arguments from merchants and others inter ested in the subjects under consideration The committees are notr ready to bear state ments from persons interested and appoint ments may bo mada by application to the secretaries of the conference JFour New NationjU Aanks WASHINGTON CITY Jan First National bank of Brady Tex capital 000 Tha First National bank of Clyde O capital The German National bank of Oshkosh Wis capital and the West End National bank of Washington City capital 8200030 were yesterday au thorized to begin business A Pension Official Dead WASHINGTON CITY Jan Charles McMillan medical referee of the pension office died in this city yesterday of pneu monia THE MINERS MUST GO Evictions atPvmxsutawney Pa Declared Grim Jolce PITTSBURG Jan special to The Tim as from Punssutawnay Pa says The petition of tho employes of the Buffalo Rochester and Pittsburg Coal company atWalston and Adrian asking for a rule to show cause why the evictions should not bo stayed was re fused by Judge Wilson nt Brookville yester day When a miner signs one of thesj leases said tbe judge oxjudicio he practically verifies the language of tho good old hymn Here Lord I give myself away tis all that I can do If tha evictions do not take place it will not be because tho law does not warrant them The general opinion is that they will not be delayed much longer and will vary likely begin today Robert Watchorn of the national execu tive board Knights of Labor asked for an interview with Superintendent HaskeU yes terday Haskell replied that he would meet him socially and talk to him as an individ ual but not as the representative cf any organization BURNED THE CITY HALL A iFire at Ijowlston Me Destroys ot Fine Library and OUier Property LEWISTOS Me Jan S The Lewiston city building containing the city hall the various city offices the armories of the mili tary organization the Mechanics and Manu facturers Associations library rooms and the postoffice was burned last evening the fire originating in tho elevator shaft The building ten years ago cost There was no insurance on it The court records were saved The city records are supposed to be safe in tho heavy vaults Tha mili tary companies lose all their equipments The 11000 volumes of the library were de stoyed They were insured for Many of the volumes were rare works not easily duplicated Postmaster Walker saved all the mails and most ot the government property either by carrying it away or de positing it in his safes The mails were dis patched last night The fire also destroyed Tracys block adjoining This was occupied by F L Hoyt with a stock of pictures Weeks printing office The Daily Advocate and the Androscoggin poidtry exhibit CallRghan Tries It Again SOKAKTON Pa Jan 8 A properly drawn warrant for the arrest of Mr Powderly sworn out by Edward Callaghan before Jus tice Keener of Scottdale was received here yesterday When the constable went to Mr Powderlys house he found the grand master workman sick in bed with quinsj sore throat and influenza and did not make the arrest Has No Faiitlx in the Brotherhood USTELASD Ohio Jam 8 Bob Gilks Clevelands great allaround ball player signed a League contract for three berday morning When asked why he did so Gilks said Becausa I am satisfied every one of the Brotiierhood men who can do so will return to tho League inside of three months Judge Knickerbocker CHICAGO Jan S The itoneral of the late Joshua C Knickerixjcker judge of the Pro bate court of Cook county was held from the Second Presbyterian church this city yesterday Tha burial WM at Oakwotds Sunday XBW on B PmSBtTBO Pa Jan S Under a recent order from Mr Vanierbut no fwight trains except those transporting freight are now being ran on the Pittsburg Lake Erie railroad THSONES SHAKINGK Portents of Trouble for the Ef fete Despotiisms SOME nfOElTDIABISM Earning of the Delgiaiii and a Church at Aix la CliappellLe Imputed to a Salleii of TJjrones Predicted for at the Kaiser Wllhelms Will Stick to tlie O O Flashes Loyoos Jan burningof St Mich aels church at Aix la Chapello so closely succeeding tha destruction of the Belgian monarchs sumnier palace at Laekiu hasi caused great uneasiness in Belgium and Ger many Both fires were undoubtedly of in cendiary origin and the rulers ths two countries are now aware that they ara in volved in a deadly conflict with a foo by whom every means of injury or terrorizing will bo adopted lad Propertyto Insure The striking miners of Belgium and the persecuted Socialists of Germany have in their misery one means of making them selves feared though open revolt is denied them and it remains to be seen whether the natural cunning of the proletariat will not be too much for the trained acnteness of the government spies An English cabinet officer is credited with the remark that palaces and churches will henceforth ba very bad property to insure and there is a dread among connoisseurs lest the priceless objects of art in such places be lost to the world through the torch of the reckless incendiary Prediction of an Upheaval Travelers on the continent of late years have almost universally remarked the sullen and discontented air of tho poorer classes The conservative element in Europe not loss the opportunity to attribute it to the in judicious education of the masses which has destroyed tho veneration they formerly felt for their superiors and rendered them averse to remaining longer the tools of the masters ivhom they have learned to hate There are numerous predictions that there will be as great an upheaval oil thrones in 1390 as ren dered the year 1S48 famous in revolutionary annals k ANOTHER EXEMPRESS DEAD The Widow of Kaiser Willnolm Passes reeling in IBerlin BERLIN Jan death the dowager Empress Augusta which occurred yesterday although from the nature of her illness and considering har advanced age not unex pected has caused a profound feeling of sor row in Berlin The attack of influenza with which she was seized with the utmost vio lence of the malady gavo early indications of developing into pneumonia and culmin ated ia that disease despite the srtemious efforts of her physicians to avert it Effect on the People The scenes in the street after the announce ment of death vividly recalled those following the demise of her husband the late Emperor William and the reverential demeanor of the crowds the vicinity of tho pal ace strongly suggests a renewal of the ven eration in which the old monarchs memory is held by all Germans rather than a tribute to the one just dead irrespective of her asso ciation with him Trying to Raise a Row LONDON Jan Paris Debats is persistently and evidently with some effect egging on the Portuguese in their dispute with England and is foremost in giving counsel to the Lisbon government which if folio wed will inevitably lead to trouble It may be nothing moro than a mero coinci dence but it is cortainiy significant that many of the means of defense whose applica tion to tho Tajjus havo been suggested by The Debats have becn put into requisition by the Portuguese so that the water way leading to Lisbon teems with torpedoes and hidden obstacles to navigation Couldnt Hypnotize the Lion PAMS Jan Miss Sterling entered the lions cage at Beziers Monday evening accompanied by the lion tamer a professor of hypnotism He first attempted to hypno tize the fierce animals In the case of one however he seemed to have been unsuccess ful as no sooner was Miss Sterling well within the cage than the powerful brute threw himself upon her and terribly lacer ated her She was barely saved from being torn to pieces The lion tamer courageously attacked the animal and thus gave the wounded woman time to crawl from the cage luveighiug Against Gladstone LONDON Jan Pall Mall Gazette is inveighing against Gladstones silence with regard to questions of vital interest to the Liberal party and the country which must become subjects of parliamentary consider ation immediately upon the reassembling of the house and declares that his continued reticence in tho face of the popular demand for an expression of his opinion is producing a revolt in the Liberal ranks which not even the expremier can quell if he does not im mediately take step s to that end Randall Sworn In at Home WASHINGTON CITY Jan Samuel J Randall was sworn in yesterday as a member of the Fiftyfirst congress by Speak er Reed in accordance with the authority given hirn by tlie resolution introduced in the house Monday by Carlisle The formal ity took place Bit 11 oclock atRandalls resi dence He was sitting up and appeared very comfortable He expressed himself as being annoyed by the statements concerning Ms illness which have been going the rounds of the press Spanish Comment on Calls Speech MABKID Jam Spanish papers generally comment on the arguments of United States Senator Call with reference to the debt of Cuba with the result of exhibit ing the absurdity of his resolution and ac companying remarks The debt of Cuba they assert is not mainly in the hands of Ger mans as Call alleges but is chiefly held by j Spaniards and Frenchmen Spain is not and j cannot be influenced by utilitarianism and will never sell Cuba j Anierlcam to Banquet Stanley j LONDON Jan M Stanley has iNccepted the offer of a banquet in his honor to be given by the Americans in London The banquet will Ira presided over by Minis ter Lincoln who will present to Stanley on behalf of bis entsrtaincrs an American flag 8ind a massiTe silver shield inwrought with i African scenes i Salisburys Latest JToto to Portugal EOSDOS Jan latest note seat by Ixrd Salisbury to tha Portuguese minister If foreign affajis requested Portugal to imi meiiately order her agents in southeast Africa tci put stop at once to acts Mnnlar to those attributed to Serpa Pinto and inti mated that theiir continuance would jeopard1 ize friendly diplomatic discussions of J questions at issue Dead Taken to Iiibou LISBON Jan body of the late em press of Brazil arrived here by rail from Oporto yesterday morning accotapanied bj Dom Pedro and the royal family of Brazil The body was placed in a vault in the cathe dial with appropriate religious A Chin ese Cataclysm SHANGHAI Jan the bursting of a waterspout in the province of Nanking a few days ago upwards of a hundred persons were drowned a numlier of boats wrecked and a large amount oif property of various kinds was destroyed An Infant King Critically 111 MADRID Jan condition of tha in fant king of Spate who is ill with influenza is Trjrse than it was yesterday morning and is causing much anxiety Tha physicians are in constant attendance at the little fel lows bedside Foundered at Sea in a Gale VIENNA Jan Tne Austrian ship Prov Jdenza bound from Constantinople to Mar seilles foundered at sss in a heavy gale AU on board were lost NO 218 THE DEADLYJTYPHUS ABROAD Passengers of un Infected Ship Scattered About tiio Country AWJUSTA Me Jan secretary ol the State board of health on Monday re ceived the following notice from the Stat board of New York Sis cases of typhui fever were reported among tho immigrant who arrived here Dec 5 on the steamer Westernland Enclosed is a list of steerage passengers of the steamer who have scat tered in every direction the names of places to which they are booked not being obtainable In case typuus breaks out in your section it was thought that this lisl might be of service Influenza Epidemic NEW YORK JOB physicians ol the health board were confident Monday that tho grip had reached its height and that a falling off in the number of complaints and the general death rate would follow Yesterday they acknowledged that they wert mistaken for the deaths numbered 255 Dr Edson said there were 400000 persons now suffering from the grip in this city and no signs of abatement An Ohio legislator Dying COUTKBCS O Jan Frank W Knapp the representative in the legislature from Defiance and Paulding counties is dy ing here at his room and his physicians Drs D H Kinsman and J M Dunham havo given him up as beyond all relief His ill ness is pneumonia beginning with influenza His death will cut tho Democratic majority in the house down to five and to seven on joint ballot Died in the Street of La Grippe DOVER N H Jan Malin aged 16 employed in the card room of the No 3 mill Great Palls was ill with la grippe yes terday morning and asked to be excused While on the way home she fell in the street and died almost instantly A Death from La Grippe at Chicago CHICAGO Jan Louise Robiver aged 39 died yesterday from influenza with complications of bronchitis and pleurisy after three days illness This is the second death from influenza reported to the health office Tho Snizzard Is Universal Toronto reports continued spread of IB grippo in the province The disease prevail in virulent form at Win dpeg At Toledo O James 31 Houston lawyei and politician died of the grip only ill three days There are 1000 cases at Canton 0 and two fatal cases in tha county The Dueber Watch Case factory is badly crippled owing to many of its employes being down Abatement is reported at Boston There is no mitigation of the virulence oi the at London England Adelaide Dechon American actress is prostrated At Be i Germany an official report is publishe which says that 600 officers and soldiers at Ulm 4iiO at Lndwigsburg 130 at Stuttgart and 115 at Heilbrunare suffering from influenza INTEREST ON STATE MONEY A Suit to Settle tho Question to Whom It Belongs DENVEB Jan attorney general Monday afternoon on behalf of the state be gan suits against exState Treasurers Nathan S Clulver William C Sanders Fred Wal ecn George R Swallow and Peter W Breen together with their bondsmen for the pur pose of recovering money which it is alleged these officials received as interest on state funds loaned different banks and for which they failed to account to the state Ths amount sued for is not stated in the com plaint but it is believed that the amount so received by each treasurer during tho two years term will reach nearly The suits are brought for an accounting and bring up the question whether or not the state has a right to demand the return ot the interest upon ttate funds held by them during their terms of office Sleeting of tbe Republican NEW YOBK Jan J M Thurston of the Republican League of the United States has called the third annual convention of the league to be held at Nash ville March 4 1890 About 1000 delegates from the various state leagues are expected to attend After the convention the dele gates will go to Chattanooga to hold a Re publican league massmeeting An Illinois Hotel Man Dead HI Jan C N White one of the oldest and bestknown hotel proprietors in Illinois died early yes terday morning at hiis home He had long been tho proprietor of the Central hotel at Decatur and was well known by all tha commercial men and the traveling public The cause of death was softening of tha brain Bailed Bis and Her Mother Nsw OBLEAXS La Jan Vicksburg special says that James P Belts a young planter living on Belks Island yesterday shot and killed bis mistress a young colored girl with whom he had quarreled while in toxicated and also killed her mother for in terfering to protect the girL Belts then crossed the river in a eMT and escaped Tlie Senators from Montana HELENA Mont Jan Toole has signed the cartincateB of election of Messrs Clarke and Maginnis Democratic senators elect but it is said that Secretary of State Rotwitt will jeftne authentica tion and withhold tfee DEWENTER I THE HATTER W fl JOHNSON President J F JOHNSON Cashier STATE NATIONAL BANK DEPOSIT VAULTS The Safes in this absolutely BurglaKand Fire Proof Vault are especially adapted forthe deposit of Deeds Mortgages Notes Bonds and all Valuable Papers also Jevelrjv 3tc Rents are placed at nominal prices of to S52O per year each The Vaults and Safes are fitted with all modern im provements and we cordially invite the public to call and ex amine them This Cut Represents one of the lis Laiftstand Finest Tailorw n the State If you want a fine Suit of Clothes over coat or Pair of Pantaloons call around to the Tailoring Parlors of 409 MARKET ST WhosMotto is TO PLEASE JUST RECEIVED a new lot of CLAY D1AG NOLS in various designs guar anteed not to glaze J The Tailor SOSBROADWAY Between 5th and 6tliSt ABBREVIATED TELEGRAMS Seven murderers arc under santenca to ba hanged in North Carolina next month Dr Carver the champion shot is danger ously ill withpneumonia at London Eng land According to the report of the state board of charities there are 2111 insane persons in j Indiana Aaron Clafiin the widelyixown New York diy goods merchant dijd at his home in Brooklyn Tuesday New York last year speut on her public schools hiring 31987 teachers to instruct 1803667 pupils The block containing the Bourse and prin cipal theatre of Brussels was burned Tuesday morning There was no loss of life Governor Hoardt of Wisconsin bag ap pointed Robert GK Sicbecker a Democrat to succeed the late Alva Stewart as circuit judge Three workmen were crushed to death at Long Island City Tuesday morning by the caving in of one of the walls of the Long Island railroad machine shops Mrs Hannah B Southworth who shot and killed Stephen L Pettus last November died in her cell in the Tombs prison at New York Tuesday morning The supreme court of Indiana declared valid the law passed by the last legislature requiring laborers working for corporations to be paid in money The law was aimed at the pluck me stores Otis H Brown an aged and nronilnent Spiritualist of Osseo twelve miles north of Minnezipolis wrote his own funeral acrmon during the last few days made up his diary to the end and then killed himself with a revolver He was a hermit and it is toot j known when tho deed was done I WILD STEERS ON A FERRYBOAT j They Cause a Stampede in Which Luckily No One Is Badly Hart PHTIADELPHIA Jan created among tho passengers oa the Cam den ferryboat Columbia Monday evening while tha vessel was midway in the Dela ware river by a band of steers attacking a fine teiim of horses attached to a carriage in which were Sirs Baulah Canfield Gertrude Browning and Miss Wright The team became unmanageable and made a wild dash to escape from their tormentors A large number of passengers were standing near the railing in the front of tbe boat u tho infuriated animals dashed forward Men women and children tumbled over one another in their efforts to escape from the path of the team which dashed through tbe iron railingg and plunged overboard and drowned Several people were sererely bruised The Jumped for life The ladies in the carriage saved their lives by jumping out before it went orerboard The team and carriage was valued at 3000 During the uproar the steers that started the trouble rushed into the fadics cabin and caused some of the ladies to faint although none of them were injured It was almost miraculous that many persons were nat seriously injured by the horses or stoera The latter were from the west and very wild Dropped Dead at Dinner CcrcERCATi Jan R Topp tbe politician who was confined at the Long1 view insane asylum a few days ago died at I that institution Tuesday at of paraly sis of the heart He dropped dead while eat ing dinner THE MARKETS CHICAGO Jau T On tho board of irado today quotations rangied as follows 2 January opened 74c closed opened closed Sic May opened 8J4c closed 81J4c ii January opened closed February opened and closed May opened closed 2 January opened and closed 20J4c Febiuary opened closed May opened and closed 22c opened and closed S9JJJ February opened closed 5035 May opened 8965 closed Lard January opened and closed Live fo lowing were the quota tions at i hs Union stock yards later now weak and prices 60 lower Light grades rough pack ing mixed lots heavy packing and shipping lots Cat on common to fair at good to choice strong cows 310 stackers and feeders Sheep Slow shade weaker natives S3603550 limbs western cornfed 84508523 Produce Elgin creamery 28 B finest dairy packing stock fresh S doz ice hotse Live turkeys ducks geese tt503 500 doz of Hebron 40c bu on track common and mixed lots 25 32c ApplesGood to fancy bbL t865jj875 per box New York Nirw YOBK Jan 7 2 red winter STeSTJjJc cash do January do February 8 9tc do March SSc do May 89c CornNo 2 mixed do January 38He do February S8Hc do March aSKc do liny Dull bat steady Ko mixed cash do January do February mess for Inspected Lard uary February Live stock trading in beeveej d raised beef fairly firm native fides V tt Sheep and sheep 9 ft lambs steady With chow of firmness JO V100 Bs CREAM superior excellence proven m millions of homes tor more quarter of a century It ieiuedbjthe United Government Ba doixed by the beads of the great Cniwrrftfw as the Strongest Puntt and moot Healthful Dr Prices Creatm Powder not contain IJmeor Alum Sold only in cans PRICE 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