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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - January 13, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                SN8POBT DAILY PHAROS 15THYEAR MONDAY EVENING JANUAHY 13 1890 NO 222 JO HIM BRAYS OK 1 MEBCURY TUMBLES The Tardy Winter Seems To Be Coming Along Of every kind They must go rain or shluc too many of them and weniist cot ril of no matter what il rOSt tO iO i PLEASE GOME AI and iiiiike your selections as we will ic iiblc to wiiit on half the cus tom Tf iifxt but have extra Iho best we cuu BOEEAS LEAVES HIS A10TIO DEN KKALjnm rusiilance properly on cis iligh east North or Broadway slrct 1iicc not lo exceed Wimlcd residence on Speur ami George Prices vary from to WaritPil reaidvncii fin west Spcurstrect Iricc ixit In exceed Uaulcd resilience on Wesisiily Price from 1000 For sili residences on east Broadway For sulc desirable residence on east North street Fur sale desirable residences on the AcRtshle For cheap two residences on Ohio street For sale desirable residence at 802 For sale lots in Western luldilion ou usv payments For snle 9i acres in Eastend and 35 ucres in the Western For trade arms for city property For trade city property for cfty prop erly or for farms For trade farms of nil kinds for mer chandise For trade orange grove in Florida FIT particulars enquire of M M GORDON Pension and Real Estate Agent Elliott Block Logunsport led KIUECEIS KODKE Y8THA1K id liroadnrny SeljpHoiuNo 8 Calls Promptly bo Dny or N PURNITURB Prices tho Lowest OUR DESIGNS flRE NEW None but he boat workmanship al to leave our salesroom UhSt FINE PERFUMES FOR THE HOLIDAYS PARVWS 2ti Street Drug Store Orilinnnce An ordinance tlxing the location of tho hay ml wood market in the city of Logansport Section 1 Bf it ordained by the common council of the city of Lojninsport state of In liartt that it shall lie unlawful tor anv person or to tCTmit or allow anv wugou or other vehicle loaded with wood or hay to be or remain for the purpose of procuring a pur cimscr therefor oa any of tho streets or alleys of said city except as follows The cast siiieot Sixth street from tho south siocot limatHvay street running south a dis tniuf of ore hundred and slxtytlve 165 feet Aid iie owner orperson kavimr the care of niv siKh vehicle yliall back the suiiic close to tlic or sidewalk on the side of said i streit as before mentioned and cause tho same o so until sold or otherwise dis tn sdof c 2 It sball bo the duty of tho street 0 to cause said part of street 1 o erred to in section one tl of this ordinance so occupied as therein provided to be cm f iiHy scraped and cleaned and too dirt and ilii lobe removed or disposed of iu such a manner as to cause no annoyance to tho cit izens of said citr ti c 8 Any person or persons violating any of the provisions of this ordinance or any sec tion or cause thereof shall upon conviction before the mayor be fined In anv sum not ex ceedicg ten Sec 4 This oroiaance shall take effect and I e in force from and after its passage and legal publication Passed by the common council th Is ISth day of December 1SS9 W f CUIUSM Mayor Attest JossJ TAOOAAT Ctty Clerk His Might Augmented by His Re Swept by the Worst Bllz zard in Ten Whole Family and lowm Feel til Frigid JLouis In the Track j of a Persona Killecl an j Several to the Yalue of SB 1OOOOO rostroyed ST Louis Mo Jan city was visited by a heavy rain anu thunder storm liotween y and i oclock yesterday afternoon which assumed a cyclouo form in a shor time Tho track of tho heaviest wind iva through tho central part of the city from a southerly direction to a little east cf north Several church steeples were damaged ant one that of the German Lutheran church on Fifteenth mid Morgan streets blown entire ly off almost down to its baso Many house ware unroofed chimneys walls trees ant tioKraph polos blown down Venice Ills Catcliea it A report is current that great damage way dono at Venice Ills jusc across river from tho northern purt of tho city All Western Union telegraph wires east ant north wero prostrated The Postal company have been ablo to communication with Chicago and tho east by way o Kansas City Three Persons Killed A dwelling houso was wrecked at Tenth ami Mound streets by the wiud and tho fol lowing persons were killed Mrs Mogjp1 Connors aged 40 Bernard McDonnell mgec 40 and Joe Weaver aged 8 yours Tho damage dono by tho storm cannot be esti Viatod at this hour but it will probably run is high as Mother Jincl JSabe 13urltd Mrs Charles Miller who resides with her husband at Twentieth and Eugenie streets was sitting in a rockingchair with her babe in her arms when the roof was lilltcd from her house Sho rushed to the window ant just then the wall gave way and Mrs Miller and hoi babe were buried under tho debris The babe miraculously escaped without a scratch but the mother is badly hxirt anc may not recover Mr Miller was nn another part of the houso and escaped unhurt Additional Casual It has been ascertained that he following other members of tho Weaver and Connors families wero injured Teresa Weaver agec 0 both legs broken and will probably die Annio Connors badly hurt Maggio Connors seriously cut Francis Connors head anc shoulders injured Five Hundred Buildings It in estimated that fully 500 buildings wore damaged or clestro3red The day hac been phenomenally sultryeven for St Louis auJ there wero occasional showers up to oclock at which hour there was a Fourth ofJuly temperature of IB As the rain ceased thy wind increased in force and people who wro watching the phenomenon saw a sul pmroin cloud loom up in the southwest II reflected a saflron light over the city and approached at terrible speed It began busi ness in the extreme southwest limits near Tower Grove park After tearing the roofs ofT n couplo of houses it iit n swath through tho city in a iiortUcsitteily direction leaving wreck ruin and death behind Some of Ita AVork In addition to dozens of dwellings and stores in the southern central and northern sections of the city moro or less wrecked tho following big buildings were damaged The Anchor mills Goodwin candle factory Pull man shops Van Brocks furniture factory Kingslaud Fergusons farm implement works Missouri Pacific hospital Hodgen school Gorman Evangelical church Second Presbyterian church Tho Other Side of the Elver A messenger from tho east side of the river says that tho storm in St Glair county Illinois was unusually severe and thai the cry of Good Lord save us was heard frequently ontside of tho church wall Brooklyn a village of about 500 people seems to iuvro suffered most of the damage At East St Louis and Venice the damage was largely confined to railroad property and small dwellings and telegraph and talophono poles At Brooklyn several peo plo were but no lives were lost A number of dwellings are in ruins Tho Bap tist church is entirely demolished and the M E church a frarno building unroofed and turned clear around its foundations At Belleville Ills several public buildings were unroofed bttt no one is reported injured KANSAS FEELS THE BLIZZARD Most Ferocious Klow for Ten braska and Iowa WICHITA Kau Jan blizzard that has not been equaled in ferocity for ten years has boon raging in the southwestern part of the state for tho last eighteen hours Uutil daylight yesterday it snowed very hard about a foot falling during tho niight Fine snow foil all day accompanied by high wind and colder weather Yesterday even ing tho mercury was two degrees below zero and tho indications wero that by morn ing it would bo down ten or fifteen degrees lower which for southern Kansas is ex ceedingly cold The advices from the west are to the effect that tho snow there is much deeper than here and that it is much colder There is universal alarm of great suffering in Morton Seward and Stevens counties A Whole Family Perishes Word comes that it is believed a family in the southwest corner of Morton county has perished of cold They were known as the Eartlett family consisting of man and wife and four children ranging in age from 1 to Topeka and Ewporia TOPEKA Kan Jan greatest snowstorm that has visited Kansas for years raged all day yesterday and the snow is now nearly a foot deep on the level A heavy wind from tho northwest accompanies the snow drifting it many places so that travel is suspended All the trains from the west are aud by morning it is feared roads will be completely blockaded EMPORIA Kau Jan gemiino Kan sas blizzard raged hero all day yesterdayand still continues About ton inches of saiow has fallen and it is still coming down Re ports from Baawatha and other places tell of similar weather Kanitas City SnowCovered KANSAS CITY Mo Jan blizzard which began with a sleotstorm Saturday night increased with the hours and last night snow covered everything From all points in Kansas come stories of tho great violence of the wind and steam Snow and Wind tn Xebraslta OMAHA Keb Jan heavy snow began falling yesterday morning and con tinued without interruption up to 10 oclock About eighteen inches of snow now covers the 5 round and a high north wind is blow ing Reports from interior pointirfn th state say that the storm is very severe and that the snow is fast drifting Eailroafl travel is badly impeded andit is likely that a blockade will be the result The electric and horse car lines in Omaha are at a stand still and communication with Council Shifts is cut off Telegrams from Plattsrnouth Lincoln and elsewhere say that a furious blizzard is blowing Chicago Feels the Change CHICAGO Jan cold wave which the clerk of tho weather tigs proEiised Chi cago for Sunday with every report from headquarters for two days must have got lost yesterday for about p m the city was struck by a hot wave which sent the temperature up and made overcoafs a bur den It seemed to bo the climax of this re markable summery winter for about mid night the mercury began to climb down and now the man at the signal station here says furs will be worn before long Iowa Has a Taste DES HOINEB la Jan heavy snow storm prevailed in Iowa all yesterday and at 10 oclock last night snow was still fall ing cud is probably over a foot ou level now The wind is blowing sharply from tha north Phenomenal Storm at SprlngUeM 111 SPRINGFIELD 111 Jon storm of most phenomenal violence swept over this section of country yesterday afternoon It continued for about an hour Many of the streets of the city assumed the appearance of streams and a great many cellars are flooded LONDON TIMES METHODS P J Sheridan Soys tho Pajpor Tried to Manufacture Evidence DENVER Colo Jan News pub lishes a fivecolumn interview with Thomas Brennan who was tho first secretary of the Land league in Ireland and one of the few men in the United States who knows thor oughly and enjoys tho confidence of the leaders in the league movement in Ireland Mr Brennan furnishes the history of the case for the first time in which he claims The London Times was trying to manufac ture P J Sheridan into a witness against Parnoll before the London commission This interview charges that The Times offered Sheridan to go to London and tes tify against Parnell the question of tho truth of the testimony according to Sheri dans story not being considered by Tha Times agent All he wanted was something to convict Paruell of complicity in the Phoenix park murders Sheridan says be kuowsi nothing that in any way connected Parnell with that crime but carried on the negotiations in order to obtain information of the way in which The Times carried on its case and also to sail his ranch in Colorado which The Times was willing to bray as part of tho contract Tha names of the repre sentatives of Tho Times are given as J P Kirby and Mr Birch one of The Times counsel The statement is sworn to by Sher idan before Edward E Everson a notary public Monto Vista Colo and adds that a full similar statement was sent Michael Da vitt on June 3 18S9 Dr Croiiins Disappearance The Cronin disappearance is somewhat connected with the afflair becauso Davifrt had heard in London that some Irishman over hore was negotiating to turn traitorand when Cronins disappearance was announced it was immediately conjectured that ho was the man and had slipped away from Chicago to go to London Egan and Brennan had a consultation about the matter and suspected Cronin This was May 7 1SSO Later Davitt telegraphed that tho suspected man was Sheridan when Brennau and Egaii dropped tho matter us they knew Sheridan would make no disclosures ALLEMBRACING INSURANCE A Company Incorporated That Will Take llislcs ou Everything BALTIMORE Md Jan American Casualty Insurance and Security company ras incorporated Saturday with John Gill Judge William A Fisher W W Spencs Charles D Fisher and James A Gary of Maryland aud Robert Sewoll ant John A Hodge of New York as incorporators The capital stock is Tho concern i novel in the great ramification of its busi ness as it will insurealmost everything against loss from almost every cause under the sun It will insure all kinds of build ings and all kinds of property including credits profits and chosos in action It in sures Cattle and live stock steamships steam boilers and engines electric plants plate glass against breakage etc Takes a Big Contract It insures against liability of employers for injury to employes It coverii losses or damage from tho action of the elements air wind lightning storm water cold frost etc gases fire electricity rust mildew poisons decay insects animals otto or by accident negligence trespass theft embez zlement breach of trust breach of contract etc It guarantees the payment perform ance and collection of promissory notes contracts bonds rents accounts cc Shot a Street CaiConductor CHICAGO Jan ugly tempered negro named William H Smith shot John L Moore a conductor on the State street cablo railway yesterday because the con ductor gave him 25 pennies in exchange for a silver quarter which Smith had declared was not good Tine two men had hot words over tho matter and fina lly got to fighting when Smith pulled his gun and shot inflicting a dangerous wound under this heart Smith was arrested Shooting In the Southern Club NEvr YORK Jan William Han cock Clark a prominent member of thu Southern Society club was arrested yester day afternoon on a charge of feloniously assaulting Wilton Randolph another mem ber of the club in that he fired three shots at Mr Randolph on tho stoop of the club 10US8 on Friday last Maj Clark was re eased on bail given for his appear MIGHT IS Costly Hlaxe at Mnncie Iiufl MUKCIE Ind Jan at 4 oclock Saturday morning entirely destroyed the Joyce block in which were located P T Qng Cos dry goods and carpet house and a dozen other business Tho total loss is 100000 with insurance less hnn onehalf The heaviest losers are James Boyce building King Co dry goods and Bender Shoemaker clothiers 520000 The Garfleld Statue at New Tbrlt CLEVELAND O Jan Tho Garfielii tatua is in the Sew York custom house There is a law permitting tho entry free of duty of monuments and works of art for govern Hit buildings but Sculptor Doyle wishes to a precedent if possible by having i admitted purely as a wort of art by an American artist without regard to the de igns for its nse In the Little Row Between Eng land and Portugal ENGLAND PUTS ON HER WAE PADfl And Portugal Pleading TVeakccss Suc cumbs Lisbons Fopnlace Do Som Crisis In Spall on the In fant King Threat ened with Anarchy asul Warning Cir culars Slliscellany LISBON Jan yesterday de manded that Portugal withdraw all her forces from the disputed African territory If no reply nas made within twentyfour hours the British minister vrould leaveLis bon After a cabinet council the govern ment replied that being vnmble to resist e firstclass povrer Portugal would the forces A mob stoned tlie British lega tion yesterday breaking the vfindows Win dows of the Portuguese ministry were alsc broken The mob then dispersed A KINGDOM IN PERIL The Spanish Infant Kings Illness Makes the Situation Critical LONDON Jan was kept in a ferment oil excitement all da Saturday by repeated rumors of the young kings death Many believed that the monajfch had really passed away and that the aiiinouncement oi the fact was being concealed for state rea sons Such things are not linknown to his tory and over a government was justified by the situ ation in hesitating lio proclaim the demise of a ruler the prtisont regime in Spain is certainly in such a position The reports of hostile coalitions and plots are al most too numerous to be counted and weighed Republicans Denying Charges The Republicans though as a matter of fact they wo less active thsa the partisans of Don Carlos are bearing tBe brunt of gen eral suspicion An outrage committed upon the passergers of a railway train having beea attributed to thorn their leaders have found it advisable to issue a statement for mally denying the truth of tha charge and explaining that the perpetrators of tho crime were bancitti who for some reason best known to out of sheer that they were Republi cans and fciat the offonso was not an ordin ary felonv but the oitcoifle of a political conspiracy The affair trivial in itself gives some indication of the restless and ap prehensive state of tho public mini in the peniiisuJa Trouble Aliout the Succession On the part of the government it is feared that in th 3 event of tho dsath of tho king the succession of a female to tho throna azid the extension of the regency will create an agitation sufficiently violent to spur oven the most lethargic of ths Papublicans to ac tion in wliich they will ba joined by the Re publican malcontents of Portugal to the im minent danger of both thrones This feeling is of courai not admitted wt it eodsts never theless tho worst of it is there is no al ternative to the succession Princess Mer cedes and Ii3 regency of her mother Tho tittle Kings Condition At noon yesterday tho official bulle tin stated that the king was progresssng favorably His pulsa was stronger and he asked for food Ho talked with his sisters and seemed to be more cheerful The Span ish authorties on the frontier are exercising the most stringent precautions to guard against the entry into Spain of any exiles from that aountry who havo been sojourning in France Regular passenger traffic is being subjected to inconvenience and delay by reason of he measures adopted ANARCHY THREATENED Kelginm in a Bad Warning Pla card Posted LONDON Jan is being seriously asked if Belgium is not fast drifting toward anarchy iind whether tho government will be able to restrain the desperate workmen who every day give vent to their recklessness by deeds of violence and acts of incendiarism To proclaim her workmen by calling for the assistance of other powers would be a step almost as fatal for the government as yield ing to the strikers but it is plain something must be done The morning de struction by fire of the Bourse and theatre the police were busy tearing down placards some of svhich were printed with red ink and signed R warning monarchs money dealers and usurers that their exist ence and professions were offensive and in sulting to an oppressed people in want oi tho cormionest necessaries of life and that palaces money temples and places of amuse ment would be marked for destruction until the cry of the masses for justice was heeded A Policemans Heart Crushed A policeman while removing one of these placards bad his head crushed by a stone and a crowd prevented the capture of his assailant Extraordinary vigilance is dis played in Antwerp where another conflagra tion among the petroleum docks and ware houses is greatly dreaded and merchants are complaining loudly of the extra outlay to which they are subjected by the measures of precaution adopted bythe authorities WARNING TO AMERICAN GIRLS Iont Marry a Turk A Case That Point the Advice LONDON Jan 13 American girls who may think of marrying a Turk are hereby warned A year or so ago a Vienna girl married Nusri Bey son of Saandullah Pasha the Turkish ambassador to the Austrian court according to the Turkish ceremony the Turkish military attache Turkish consul general and the secretary of theTurkish em bassy all acting as witnesses Becoming tired of his wife Nusri Bey declared that Turkish luw gave him authority to dissolve the marriage at his own will He has accord ingly left Vienna and his wife and child are destitute His father is endeavoring to bring tho errant husband to terms but with out mnei chance of success The consul general who TVOS a witness to this marriage of liusri Key did exactly the same himself in Pesth where he died last year leaving his wife and child not recognized as duly married according to the Hungarian law La Grippe Fatal Among Strikers LOSDO3 Jan 13 Influenza is making fearful ravages among the striking coal miners in the Charleroi district of Belgium The men lire destitute and their families are unable to obtain proper and sufficient food Empress Augustas BKKLIS Jan 13 The Dowager Empress Augustas was Saturday and thole who witncned the obsequies were struck with the exact similarity of the ceremonies in even the smallest detail to those observed at tlie funeral of her husband Emperor William I Tha floral offerings were much the same in design but the piece that attract ed the most attention was a wreath exquis itely fashioned of costly flowers sent by the German ladies employed as governesses in London Iorgot They Were Not in America LOJTDOS Jan were Saturday served on the printer and publisher of the London edition of Tho New York Herald requiring them to show cause oil Tuesday before the divorce court why they should not le adjudged guilty of contempt for com menting on the case of Capt OShea and tho relative positions of the parties to the case while it is still a lis pendens ILord Hartingtons Serious IlLuoss LONDON Jan Hartington who has been seriously ill with congestion of the lirags is better and his physicians state that unless an unexpected relapse occurs ho will recover It seems that the fact of the mar quis illness did not become known to tho public until after the crisis had been passed Voluntarily Reduced the Rent LONDON Jan Marquis of Cou yngham has voluntarily reduced tho rents on his Donegal estate 20 per cent Mr Bustard another land owner in Donegal has reduced his rents to a point below the Griffiths valuation Died Denying Infallibility MUNICH Jan Dolloinger true to his principles to tho last refused to receive the last sacrament from the Roman Catholic priests who visited him and died as he had lived denying the infallibility of the Roman ponliff Fifty Thousand Colliers on Strike LONDON Jan thousand colliers are now on strike in the Durham district for on advance of 15 per cent in wages The price of coal is rapidly advancing in Eng land and it is believed that the miners will gain their point Bought a Famous Picture LONDON Jan Vanderbilt has bought Turners famous picture On the Grand Canal Venice from Lord Dud ley for A TROTTING KING CREMATED The Great Boll Boy and Other Valuable Horses Roasted Alive LEXINGTON Ky Jan the county scat of VVoodford county twelve miles distant from this city was visited by one of the most destructive fires in its his tory about 3 oclock Saturday morning The fire broke out in Macey Bros training and livery stable and its origin is unknown The stable and its contents outside of valued at together with other houses valued at were destroyed A Priceless Horse Cremated But this loss was a mere trifle in view o the valuable horseflesh that perished First among tho horses was tho celebrated Bell Boy who was sold at auction somo time ago for Sol000 and who it is said his owner has since refused for He had o record of Other horses burned ag gregated in value about among whom were Nutwood 85000 Forward and others many of whom were worth over and up to Bell Boy was never beaten As a 2yearold he made a record of It was the intention of his owners this year after the stud season was over to have him trained and driven with a view to show his real power they be ing of tho opinion that when wellseasoned and properly driven Bell Boy was ablo tc give Axtell a hard fight for the stallion crown The Great Bell Boy Bell Boy had the best trotting blood in his veins of any horse on the turf He was born in the purple being sired by the noted Elec tioneer out of Beautiful Belis record dam of Hinda Rose U Bet Palo Alto Belle and Chimes while she was out of Minnehaha dam of Sweetheart Alcazar 220X and Eva Many competent judges have pro nounced him the best bred trotter living barring his own brothers and sisters Other HighPriced Flyers In the worlds history only six horsee have sold for as much or more money as Bell Boy they being Axtell Suuol about in America and Ormonde Doncaster 870000 Kangaroo and Blair Athol S2500 in England All of these horses with the exception of Athol were sold at private sale Distillery Damaged at Peoria PEOIUA III Jan started yester day afternoon in the tower of the Monarch distillery and before it was gotten under con trol damage to the extent of had been done Seven copper stills tho tower and meal house engines valued at 8115000 grain worth 510000 maltkilns valued at machinery valued at and 100000 gallons of untaxed high proof spirits valued at were destroyed The loss is fully covered by insurance At the tune the firestarted a violent storm was in pro gress and the origin of tha fire is attributed to lightning Judge Kelleyg Funeral WASHINGTON Crrv Jau funeral services over the body of Judge Kelley were held in the house Saturday the galleries being filled with spectators The casket rested on a bier in front of the clerks desk The family occupied seats near The burial service was read by Dr Butler and prayer was offered by Dr Cuthbert The body was borne from the room by the committee des ignated for that purpose The house imme diately adjourned as a further mark of re spect for the dead Tho body arrived at Philadelphia Saturday evening It Prostrated the Old Man ST Louis Jan wife of E L Page a merchant of IngersoE Tex Friday gave birth to four welldeveloped babies The mother and the little ones are getting along nicely while the father is said to be prostrated from sheer joy The wife of N H Fegram residing five miles from Carrollton ISls gave birth to three girls Saturday Suffocated hy GIM CHICAGO Jan W Dooker a gasfitter in the employ of the West Side Gas and Coke company while repairing a leak in a gas pipa under tho freight depot of tlie Chicago and Northwestern Railroad company yesterday morning was asphyx iated by the fumes of escaping gas and died sohrtly after being removed Death of a Connecticut Editor HARTFOKD Conn Jan A Hubbard for twentythree years managing editor and one of the proprietors of The Courant died yesterday afternoon of heart disease He was born in Snnderland Mass sixtythree years ago Chicagos Charity Ball CHICAGO Jan net sum realized for charity by the Charity ball last weekis reported to be about DEWENTER HATTER W H JOHNSON President J F JOHNSON Cashier STATE NATIONAL BANK DEPOSIT VAULTS The Safes in this absolutely Fire Proof Vault are especially adapted for the deposit of Deeds Mortgages Notes Bonds and all Valuable Papers also Rents are placed at nominal prices of to 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 Latest and fat Tailoring In the State if you want a fine Suit of Clothes over coat or Pair of Pantaloons call around to the Tailoring Parlors of JACO 409 MARKET ST is TO PLEASE JUST RECEIVED a new lot of CLAY DIAG INOLS in various designs guar anteed not to glaze JUS TALE OF WOE A Blighted Young Chicagoans Gruesome Plaint HOW Hia G EEL TEST BACK ON HIM She Says Yts Lovers History Stands the Scrutiny of tho Old Ulan But Alas for iouiiniuu UncertaiutyT Kair and Winsome but by the Well Several of Court for Ucvcngo KANSAS Crrr Jan W Carpenter a young man from Chicago just now so journing in Kansas City tells a story of blighted hopes that he believes should warn all young men contemplating matri mony to beware He has been jilted and ho intends to sue bis inamorata for damages Mr Carpenter is a neat gentlemanly look ing person who has a blonde mustache and blue eyes wears a handsome diamond pin and on the whole appears to be prosperous ir all his undertakings save love He is down hearted and sad and into his sadness has crept a revengeful desire that is likely to create an unpleasantness for tho object of his love and revenge Saturday he told his harrowing tale to a reporter It is as follows I have been engaged in tha fruit commis sion business in Chicago for years Two years ago through some lady friends 1 formed the acquaintance of the daughter oi E D Smith postmaster of Jewell City Kan During the correspondence that fol lowed we exchanged photos and became en gaged to marry When our engagement was made known to her father he expressed a desire to know something more of me than he had heard and camo to Chicago to look up the history of my career During his stay in Chicago he dug deep into everj act of my life and upon his return to Jewel City wrote mo that he approved of the en gagement and therefore sanctioned our in tended union But Budding Hope Is Blasted Our marriage was to have taken place lasl week and on tho day named I of course pat in an appearance Upon my arrival 1 found Miss Smith basking in the encourag ing smiles of a youth who resides in that town and when I reminded her that it was the day set for our marriage she aaid she was sorry it couldnt be but she had changed her mind and didnt intend to marry me Perhaps you can imagine my feelings when 1 heard her say that I had given her mj heart and unreserved love and besides had fitted up a home for her in Chicago that 1 knew would charm her All my hopes thai I had bailded up the many pleasures and tho ambition of a life were wasted in thai moment andit can hardly bo wondered al that I feel heartbroken over it O Fair and False One found upon investigation that during the period of her engagement sho had not deported herself in a manner that would in dicate that her heart was given and her hand engaged but instead encourage numerous lovers who lavished presents upon her nil of wh ich she accepted Whea I realized thai sho meant to put me off I became almost frantic but I hod gone to a great expense preparing to greet her as my wife and almost everything I had in the world was put intt was to have been our home Revenge Is Sweet Then it was when I calmly reviewed the situation that I concluded I was duped aitd determined that I would defend against such imposition I secured the ser vices of an attorney to whom I told my story and received the assurance that I bod a good case and could procure damages in the sura expended by a legal action asking as much Eight Victims of La Grippe CHICAGO Jan names of eijthl additional victims of La Grippe were sent in to the health department Saturday Another big increase of mortality was also reported the deaths for the last two days of last weei aggregating seventyseven from pulmonary diseases Thoro were more peopU awaiting burial iu town yesterday than tho hearses could decorously carry to the graveyards Eight were borno to cemeteries in carriages supply of hearses was exhausted early in morning There were three deaths attrib uted to la grippe during the twentyfour hours ended at noon yesterday and tha fig ures for the past seven days are 49 deaths 202 of which wero from pulmonary diseases This is an increase of 30 per cent above th same time last year 9Iat1crs of Interest in VTASHixcTOrr CITY Jan In the proceedings of congress this week wiU center in two discussion of UM rules which will probably occupy a great portion ol the time of the house of repre sentatives and tho debate in the senate be tween Senators Ingails and Butler on tljj race quesiion Both theso senators will il possible speak on the same day and the prospect for a lively debate is very good Tbt issue will bo on Butlera bill to provide means of getting the negro out of American politics by shipping him back to ho will go There will of course be two re ports to the house on the rules question and the wide difference of opinion between tho two parties will give rise doubtless to an extended debate I Stabbed HI Rival to tbe Heart Jan James Vrendergast a I young man who has served time in the Chi I cago bridewell and the state penitentiary Saturday night stabbed and instantly killed j John Baines a young machinist and i dergasts rival in love PrendergMt wai j subsequently arrested at the home of hlx j parents Struck for a Saturday HAVBBHILL Mass Jan Forty heelers at W Spauldings shoe factory left Saturday because Spaulding refused to jay off Saturday his usual practice being to ay off cca Monday CREAM superior excellence proven in milUcm of homes for 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