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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - January 15, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                LOGANSPOBT c DAILY PHAROS ISTHYEAfl BRAYS WEDNESDAY EVENING JANUAKl 15 IH90 NO CORNER OX Of every kind They must go raid or shine We have too many of ttiern and we must net rid of them no mater what it coats to uo so PLEASE COME At once and make your selections as we will not be nble to wait on half the cus toinere next week but will have extra help and do ihe best we can Wanted residauce propeity on cas High cast North or Broutlwuy street Price not to exceed Wanted residence on Spear ami George nrtets Prices vary from lo Wanted residence on west Speiir street Price not to exceed 81000 Wanted resilience on Wesiside I rice from 8700 to 81000 For sale desirable residences on east Broadway For sale desirable residence on east North street For snle desirable residences on the Westside For sale cheap two residences on Ohio street np For sale desirable residence at Spear street For sale lots in Western addition on iasf payments For sale 9i acres in Eastenil and acres in the Westend For trade farms for city property For trade city property for city prop srtv or for farms For trade farms of all kinds for mer chandise For trade orange grove in D lorida For particulars enquire of M M GORDON Pension nnd Real Estate Agent Elliott Block Logunsport ind SENATORIAL TEE An Angry Outbreak Between Call and Plumb SOME LEFTHANDED COMPLIMENTS KKttlGEK ItODNK YSTHATN 161 Broadway el jphone Calls Promptly flfctenflBfl to Duy or FURNITURE Prices tho Lowest OUR DESIGNS Xone VnttSie best workmanship at iuwftd our salesroom I f Henderson Sons FINE PERFUMES FOR THE ID PARVINS 12th Street Drug Store Ordinance An ordinance nxinsc the location The Wordy War Knds o About Even of thu munx AntiTrust Bill Favorably Re Soft Suap lit Chicago Given Out to lie Surprise of Days Work in WASfUNGTOv Cm Jan was quite an acrimonious debate in tho senate yesterday between Call and Plumb and each expressed a difficulty in accept ing as truth what the other fellow said that vas olmost equal to the lie direct Call made a speech at length ou his resolutions in rela tion to the claims of Florida under the swanip land grant and tho alleged unlawful selections of land in Florida Plumb reply ing to Call said that the United States had granted to the statj of Florida more than lalf thu lands within its limits Sixteen nillion or acres had been granted swamp kind yet tho senator from Florida cl iiow that most of it was arable land Ko nucli greater was tho derelictions of the sen aturs state if it had betrayed its trust Inflections ion tho Florida Statesman lie Plumb would rcsigrn his seat in tne senate if he were to bring forward such a complaint against his own estate after be ing to cowardly to proclaim it 011 tho stump within its borders The United States lost jurisdiction of these lands when they were transferred It did not become the senator rom Florida to impugn tho motives of the committee members who had not agreed vith him on this bill Tho senator had d him some sessions ago to report a bill to confirm thu titlo to certain railroad lands So tho frauds were to bj condoned under certain conditions but never in speech He ittd frequently been inclined to convict tho senator from Florida of falsehood but hs said there are some accusations which are jst on tho accused Plumb ets Calletl Down will not bo moved Mr President by this extraordinary example oE the senator from Kansas to follow his bad manners or his contcruptiblu methods He cannot have Dorer opinion of mo than I havo of the senator from Kansas I have not boen in the habit of violating tho rules of debate und discussion But if the senato thinks by his idle bravado by his defence oE this vast spoliation of the public domain iu tho inter est of those who huvo profited by it that ha can iiitimidit mu from defending the rights of tho people of my state I treat him with the scorn and tlm contempt that ha clesarves Tho senator from Kansas has spoken without tho truth My record in the stuto of Florida is known There is no buodli r there whom he defends who does not attack me in similar uiiKunge am denunciation such as he has today with Shameful Ignorance Cull said further that Fiuuib was shame fully ignorant tho subject and that it WHS disreputable to the senate that it should have as chairman of the committee on pub lic lauds a senator who uot only defends the interests of tho boodlers but shows his ig norance of the subject specially committed to him Origin of tlie Kow This sensational spat grew out oE the claims of the state of Florida to lands al leged to have bccu illegally hold from her by the swamp lam I act Call has been persist ently urging this question upon the senate for a year or two but in such a disjointed way than evuu his own colleagues ou the Democratic side havo been uuiibla to per Ciive what kind of legislation he really desired to obtain The com mittee on public lands investigated the question in response to a resolution intro duced by Call and made a report That re port was attacked by Call and tli2 speech which bo mailo upon it WHS tnkon as a per soaal insult by the Rpublican members of tho uouuniltee Plumb as tho chairman was especially indignant and started his flght straight out from the in flvo minutes tho senators on both sides of the chamber were intently listening to the un usual torrent of abuse which he heaped up on tho head of Senator Call who sat oppo site him nervously twirling his eyeglasses SHERMANS ANTITRUST LAW Text of the Measure as Favorably Re ported to tho Senate WAsniUQTON CITY Jail Mor iill from tho committee ou finance yester day reported favorably Senator Shermans antitrust bill amended by tho committee to rtad as follows That all arrangements contracts agreements trusts or combina tions between corporations or persons made with tho intention to ipreveat full and free competition iu the importation transporta tion or snl3 OH articles imported into the United States or in the production manu facture or sale ot articles of domestic growth or production or domestic raw material that competes with any similar article upon which n duty is levied by tho United States intended for and which shall be transported from ono state or territory to another for sale and all arrangements contracts agree ments trusts or combinations between per or corporations intended to advance the cost to the consumer of any such article ors hereby declared to be against public pol icy unlawful and void Daniugros for tho Sufferers That any person or corporation injured r damnified by such arrangements con tra agreement trust or combination may suo cr and recover in any court of the Uniteu States of competent jurisdiction of any or corporation a party to a com bination thLi act tvtce tha amount of l damages sustained and tha tunneling tho ctialts of Mackinac authoriz ing the retirement with the rank of briga dier ganjral ot volunteer officers of the Union army of certain rank and meritorious services extending the right of pension to steamboatrnen and others acting under tha order of United States officers Call and Plumb had an acrimonious debate in which each senator intimated that the other was a liar after which the senate held a isecret session and then adjouruerl Among the bills introduced in the house was one to appropriate 3310000 to mark the lines of battle etc on Gettysburg field and another to make seven classes of railway postal clerks with salaries ranging from SSOO up to 1800 per year The Silcott in vestigation and reports were taken up and Adams argued in favor of tho majority report Hemphill and Holman opposed the report and pending debate tho house ad journed CHICAGO NOMINATIONS The President Salprises Senator Farweil with at Least One Nominee IIWASHIXGTONCITY Jan president again took the bit in his teeth in tho matter of appointments yesterday by sending to tha senate the name of John 51 Clark to be collector of customs at Coicago Mr Clark did not have tlie indorsement of a single one of tho officials who thought it their particu lar province tu select the official and Senator Fur well is especially surprised aud perhaps something else but says ho will not lose his temper or do any thing rash Ten months ago Senators Fur well Cullom and tho Republican con gressman interested joined iu recommending to the president a slate for tho Chicago federal offices This was esLieutecaot Governor Campbell for collector of tho port Chris itamer for collector of internal revenue Capt Neff for subtreasurer Gen Pearson for appraiser and Col Babcock for marshal Hamer is the only ono of the five that has been appointed Mr Clark is a stalwart Republican and entirely uuob jectionablo from a business point of view Tho president also sent in the names of Chris Mamer for collector of internal reve nue at Chicago Joseph Cook supervising in spector of steam vessels for the Eighth dis trict Michigan and Goorgo II Hopkins collector of customs at Detroit NOTE She Lays Her Case Before the European RASH WOEE OP WfiATHY STUDENTS Tile Silver Men oil Hand WASHINGTON CITY Jan national sxecutive committee the St Louis silver convention Hon A J TVarner chairman Lee Crandall secretary met hero yesterday organized and appointed Thomas Fitch of Nevada P M Pixley of Colorado and B J Barbour of Virginia to map out a gen eral plan oE work and report to the full committee The committee will be in session SDveral days and establish headquarters here and leave a cotnmitteo to push silver legisla tion in congress Mormons At tack Idahos Constitution WASHINGTON CITY Jan senate committee on territories gave another hear ing yesterday on the bill for the admission of Idaho Bishop Budge the head of the Mormon church in Idaho made an attack on the constitution adopted by tlio territory He was supported by Delegate Caine of j Utah while exGovernor Stevenson and Governor Shupe of Idaho defended the bill before the committee No decision was reached Ohio J3alJotlox Forgery WASHINGTON CITY Jan tive Mason chairman of the committee to investigate the allege ballotbox contract has received notice from Governor Camp bell exGovernor Foraker and Marat Hal stead that they will appear b fore the com mittee ut its meeting on Thursday Several other witnesses in the case havo informed Mr Mason that they also will be present OD that day Congressional Thanks Presented WASHINGTON CITY Jan resolu tion of congress thanking Chief Justice Ful ler for his centennial oration was haudsomo ly engrossed on parchment and yesterday at 4 oclock it was handed to the chief justice by Mr Newell the engrossing clerk of ths senate Will Miiko It n 1Ccnt Daily WASHINGTON CITY Jan Post announces that Willis B Hawkins of that paper and E D Cowen of Chicago havs purchased The Evening Capital which wil soon begin to issue as a 1cent daily The Ohio Senutorahip COLUMBUS O Jan two branches of the Ohio legislature voted separately at noon yesterday for United States Senator In the House Brice received 57 votes Foster 52 and L T Seal 1 Smith tho Democratic bolter casting the ballot for Neal In the senate Brice got 19 Foster 14 and Halstead 1 Senator Schneider of Cincinnati voted for Halstead Blair Rep and Lawlor Dem were absent from the house and Kerr and Richland both Republicans were absent from the senate At noon today the house met in joint session when Brice was form ally declared elected United States Senator A New Cabinet Ffertiesi in Portugal United in Opposition to Brit ish Editors Jump on John Spanish Sting Will Pull Strikers Iar Happenings in the Old World LISBON Jan government sent u circular note to th powers on Sunday rela tive to the dispute with England It al leges that England did not wait for the re ply of Senor Gomes of Jan 10 to the note of Lord Salisbury but submitted her ultima tum on mere reports that JIaj Serpa Pinto has disobeyed the telegraphic orders sent him by the Portuguese government in com plianco with tha wishes of Lord Salisbury Slaj Pinto the note says quieted the Myas saland and the district three weeks ago sometime previous to the sending of orders and is now sick at Mozambique The note further says that Senor Gomes never alluded to arbitration during the negotia tion but suggested throughout the holding of an international conference to settle the difficulty New Cabinet Selected Senor Pimental has succeeded in compos ing a ministry as follows Premier and minister of tho interior find ad interim min ister of war rimental minister of justice Lovrouaz minister of finance Bianco min ister of marine Arroyo minister of foreign affairs Ribierc minister of public works Aronca Tlie Students Raising Cain The demonstrations of students continue to keep the city unquiet Monday they veilsd the statues of the old Portuguese nav igators around the Camoens monument as n jign of national mourning The crowd looked ou with sympathy and shouted Down with England Down with the pirates At Coimbra last evening a mob com posed of students and others inarched through the streets howling and denouncing the English and completed their riotous de monstration bv burning the British flag of the hay ani wood market In the city of Logansport 1 cost of suit Section Be It ordained by the commoa I punishment for the Combiners couniiiof tho city of Losransport state of Inj A 11 nersons ente into any imch bo uutawliil for any person contrat agreement trust wagon or raiigement coutratt to be combination described diana that It or personto permit in allow other vehicle loaded wiih wood or hny this ar or on her or A London View of the flatter Jan Pimental made all possible haste to form a Portuguese ministry to succeed Senor Ciomes and his confreres and his efforts weri accelerated by vis monarchist fear of the worst of the political consequencelikely to arise from the surrender of tho Gomes ministry to the demands of the English government The reckless temper of the people ns evinced by their resentment of the governments action in fatuous warfare upon the British con sulate at Oporto is also an element of alarm to tlie monarchical organization in that it exposes the state to reprisals Cor the acls of irresponsible rioters and renews the tension between Lisbon and London THey Are All Portuguese There is a striking unanimity of agree ment on the part of the representatives of tho Monarch ist and Republican parties and factions in Lisbon that nothing should stand in tho way of the immediate formation of a ministry to deal with the not ye satisfac torily settled questions in southeast Africa pending the consideration of which internal matters are forgotten or hakl in abeyance For the moment at least the Monarchists Republicans Socialists and Anarchists alike have sunk political social and economic questions deep beneath the waves of patriot ism that now surge over the country aud all are simply Portuguese The Editors Kail at England The continental press without exception condemn the course of England in the mat ter aud openly accuse tho British govern ment of having after the manner of a free booter wrested from a helpless power terri tory her right to which she dared not sub mit to arbitration The Little Spanish King LONDON Jan from Madrid report that the little king is gradually re covering his hold on life which has always been precarious He inherits from his Bourbon ancestors through his father great ooESitutional weakness He is i nervous irritable ugly child with no hair or eye brows It is denied that his mother Queen Christiana who will not be 32 until next Tuly intends to marry again Tho Czar He Is n Happy Mail ST PETERSBURG Jan Voieikoff of the czars body guard and several other military officers suspected of plotting against the life of the emperor have committed suicide It is stated that a brother of the czar will shortly be banished from the capi tal for meddling in political affairs Charleroi Strikers Celebrate LOSDOX Jan victory of the Charleroi strikers was celebrated at that place yesterday by 20000 men who paraded the streets with bands of music red flags AT THE CAPrjAL OF IOWA The Old and New Governors Jpin In a Re Notes Dss MOINES la Jan rabee gave a reception last night in honor of his successor Governorelect Boies The j state capital was ablaz3 with lights and it looked lika all Iowa was present to attend tho last reception ot tie outgoing executive and to welcome incoming The whola ieautiful building was radiant with light and beauty The reception proper was held in the governors rooms where the receiving line composed first of Governor LarrabeenextGovElect Boies then Miss Jes sie Boieshis 19yearold daughter who looked charming in a dress of light blue faihe with silver trimmings She wore silver ornament and carried a cluster of natural flowers Miss Boies is a tall and graceful brunette a bright conversationalist and possessed of a most pleasing address Then came Secre tary of State Jickson and wife and theother officers and their wives followed by a galaxy of young ladies daughters of prominent men in office and politics includ ing Governor Larrabees daughters Missas Anna Julia and Augusta The Reception Begins It was well after 8 oclock when tho re ception began For an hour the baud had been discoursing music in the corridors when finally the doors leading to the re ceptionroom were thrown open and the band struck up a grand march At the head of the procession were the state senators who filed down from their chamber in the second story and in sets of twos marched through the corridor Then came the mem bers of the lower house who had quit their quarreling for an hour or so at least and after them the best known of the visitors from abroad the citizens of Des lloines who had been invited Company H of tho local militia and a couple of civic bodies A Second Levee inv Boies After the reception Governorelect Boies held a sort of second levea in the main room The people of Iowa have not yet gotten over their curiosity so sea the first Democratic governor of the state since Hempstead leit the capital in 1S50 and a number of the more enthusiastic Democrats insisted ou another course of baudshaking I feol as if some of these good people rather look on me as a freak laughingly remarked tbo governor The reception broke up shortly before rnid ni ght Governor Boies had become tired and begged to be excused Miss Boies ac companied him to the hotel and after their departure the other guests took their leave At 12 oclock the last carriage had rolled away The lights were put out and the capicol was left to darkness and the jani tors Doings in the Legislature The house took live more ballots ou the election of a temporary secretary with the monotonous result o 50 to 50 each time and then adjourned Gardner of Washington county a Republican is quite sick and oc cupied a cot in tho hall of the house In the senate the new members weie sworn in a few resolutions introduced and adjournment followed SENT DOWN TO DO TIME Dewenter HATTER I71VPT i Hi A lit A Uil A TieUp Threatened on the Nesv York Central MONEY FOR JVEETIHE DEMANDED The fintlnuj his coiieotiug tour and was supposed to bo in this city with about of the tolla belonging to tic Union Telegraph couipauy It it thought that he has squan dered the money and left for parts un known lltgli Building Destroyed COLORADO HIKINGS Colo Jan high school binding here was burned Mcs dav night causing a loss estimated at 005 liisuran The origin of the tiro is unknown Three Cronin Sent to Kiinzo Ha3 Itoseute Iiospccts CHICAGO Jan Wing of conuiicl for the defense in the Cronin cose was the only attorney who thougnt worth while to address Judge McConuell yesterday iu behalf of tlie motion for a new trial Ho spoke for an hour and might have saved himself the trouble for the states attorney did not thiult it worth while to reply nnd Judge JlcCouncll denied the tcotkm as 10 Coughlin OSullivtm and Bourk The notion was granted in Kuuzes case but from later developments it doesnt seem that Wings argument had anything to do with it Kuiizo Will Likely Go Free Mr Donahoe Kuuzes attorney ihen that his client be admitted to bail Judge Lcmgeneckcir opposed it and then wanted tho bail put at but Judge McConneli fixed it at He would have discharged him he said if thero uas no new evidence against him but tne states attorney had informed him that there was some Judge Longenecker intimated that if they let Kunze stay in jail a few days he might conclude not to bring him to trial at all but let him go He promised to let the court aud counsel know this week and ac cordingly uo effort will be made to get Kunze out ou bail in the meantime When Coughlin Bourk aud OSullivan were asked what they had to say Coughlin and OSullivau declared they were innocent and had been convicted on perjured testi mony Bourk said he knew men were con victed ou perjured testimony in England but did not until now knowa that it was thi in the United States Sent Three to Jolibt The other cases will be taken to the su preuie court as was announced during th hearing yesterday but Coughlin and OSullivaii were taken to Joliet las night on the 9 oclock train on the Chicago j and Alton road and at 11 were admivted to the penitentiary to begin their life terms oC penal service to the state Officials Charge Urealtiiij m Iromisetl Tlmt Vi Not ABBREVIATED TELEGRAMS mg A iuusint Tiainiueii Semii aj Ten deaths puculuonia and influeuM Comraittuo to nil to President lJecw ocmrrcA Clreago Tuesday Bound to v t or Quit Work j KiDo BshcTala were in Duuncfl ALBANY N V Jan strike ou the fcaV Donegal Ireland Tuesday ew YorhCcntril railroad between New Mondays storm doss roved worth York and Syracuse IM said to be likely to oct of property at Ogdensburjf X Y ur Iu November last tho engineers fire Strawberries grown in tho open air aro len brakemeri and onduotors informed being shipped from Charleston S C to he railroad authorilijs that they would not New York rorl over twelve hours per lay unless paid The at Dubuque la havo or the overtim at a special ratj begun a vigorojs war tho tkous with vdtehmeu were particularly bitter and the object of iljsiug them up vuen uo attention was paid to tho request estimated in C hkago that 30000 Ley struct For five hours there was uot a thc jlllblic Br atond lug owins to la Many of the tcacL witchuiau ou duty botweeu Albany and Hudson aud the signal ivas about to Tlw Gormauy has rssuuiod to iveii for the whole line to go out when manaseiJt ni furtherance of all of ta vord was received from Chauncey M inaugurated and rondutd by ilo jew that their terms had been accepted and Uite Dowager i Impress Augusta hat 18 cents per hour overtime would bs A iii wiijitroiiic i inih Maryid lotf jaid Ishmuu Tiu1 ty con amir all ilio features It Wasnt in to Envelopes i of to Austivli ri bullit lavexvpt tho odu Uhen the switchmen were utisQod then cation il p prty he engineers and also asked for exj The Maryiai 1 kislituro met i session nt Ua pay and a comuiitloD from this city vis AmiapiMs aid reelecto i Kphraim ted New York It is alleged by the cngin K AViUnn ViiUl States senator lor tic eers a d firemen that tha Central railroad i term of six VCMIL March 4 utliorities agreed to givetVura oonts j Dya colliuni oi fivrht truips i j tho per hour for engineers 2o cents for conductReailing r liiviy at Riiydcrtmvn near Sha ors and 16 cents for brakemen 17 cents mokin In luotuay Omuuetor Deifcrder wero to allowed firemen Jlonflay wn5 payi for was kii sml svtvui luMkctn in day on the road and when the paymaster juro1 made the mens pay up he put the overtime j Earl in the envelopes of the brakemen and con ductors but not any in those of the engin eers and firemen The Men Indignant Division 40 of the Brotherhood of En in eers immediately called a meeting for yesterday afternoon and tho men responded in large numbers Much indignation was expressed and some of the speakers alleged that Mr Depew had made a contract with tho Brotherhood to pay the exra and that now at the end of a month ha had failed to keep the agreement and no reason could be obtained from anybody in charge Interview Cliannce3M A committee headed by Menso Carl was appointed to go to New York and find out from Depow why the extra was not forth coming The committee left last night and Cairns who is Viscount fSnrmcyli was sued for bnnrli of sotre yctuS i ao by Jlisi an EiiKlijli actress aud to be J50000 in settlement i of her claims die t at Lnuioii Tuesday Tin New Josoy legilitur mot Tuesday Governor Gioiis mossnglieuit largely with baliot reform in the lino ihe system whict he approved ixoept as to tho solo ue of olHial bullet Thorebatepassed a bill iuereas the govrnors niary to S10000 per annum after th present term ex pires i THEMARKETS Two Bad Citizens with Extra Wives ALLIANCE O brothers calling themselves TTilliam and John Keller agents for a Tiffin buggy companycame hero in August last and married two pretty i banners singing cheering and shouting The iLL JiujUJ v 1MUV I J r1 f rttnfi 1Ml ITT 3 a young girls of Lakeville Holmes county O On Sunday it was discovered that the brothers were the sons of wealthy parents named Kirgis of Bloomville where two de serted wives were mourning their absence Wives No 1 had the brothers arrested for bigamy but afterward relented and they were released William rafused to leave wife No 3 until threatened with a dose of tar and feathers tadwtiy stre t running south n ills mittee or ill anv capacity whatever shall be ne hundred nnd tcet Of hin misdemeanor and on con owner or person havinjr the care of guutj oi a misuijiuc t victiou thereof in any district or civil court suieof tance of one d theo such vehicle shnll back lie sanuCOM to tbepnvcrrentoisWewilk ou thesulo of siid tho United States shall be subject to a ment in the Sec i bo tho duty of tho street more than five years or to both such fine and dSnthlto nd so occupiel as therein provldel to bo court And it shall bo the dutj of tue dk ciefuUy scraped and cleaned and the dirt and trict attorney of the United States of the illih to be removed or dlspsed of in such a in which such persons reside to in manner as to cause no annoyance to the cit izens of silid city Sf c 3 Anv person or persons violating any of the previsions of this ordinance or any tion or clause thereof shall upon conviction before mayor be fined In any sum not ex ceeding tun ollars S c 4 ordlmance shall take effect and lie in force tronand after Its passage and lojfal p bllcation Passed hy the common council thlj 18th day tzing bridge across the Detroit river at De of December 18S8 troit an examination to de stitute the proper proceedsngs to enforce the provisions of this TUc Senate and House in TSrief TVASHESGTOX Crrr Jan number of bills were introduced iu the senate yester day among them the direct tax bill author Murdered for His Money PmsBURO Jan speciiil to The Times Porkersburg VV says John Laflin was found dying on a roadside near here yesterday morning Several bul lets were in his body and he expired after be ing carried into a house He was a cattle buyer from Ohio and had a large amount of money with him which his assailants se cured Tho assault by the robbers was made Monday night AMMt w F Ctrtris Mayor JOHK 3 City Clerk The Alton Will Have Its TFay CHICAGO Jan Western Freight association at its meeting yesterday refused tho application of the Chicago and Alton road for authority to issue a tariff reducing rates on live stock to cents par and on dressed beef to cents per 100 from Kansas City to Chicago The Alton an nounced that the usual ten days notice in writing would be given its issuing ihe re duced tariff Panic In a School House BAiTLMOBE Jan a public school was in session yesterday the steam heating boilers exploded with terrible force j partially wrecking the building Nearly 200 I scholars ranging in age froai 7 to 18 years i were present and a panic ensued No one was hurt by the explosion but in the rush for the stairs Alice Delaorme jiged 9 was were out in full forc9 but there waj uo attempt at violence Gone to Ifnrse lepers LONDON Jan young and beautifu womanthedaughterof aProtestant clergyman and a convert to Rome vill sail on Saturday for the leper island of Molokai to nurse the unfortunates resident thera Her name has been kept a secret He Succumbed to Pressure ZANZIBAR Jon consequence of the extreme pressure brought to bear upon him tho sultan of Zanzibar has accepted the terms laid down by the German goverment with reference to the customs service on the eoast lines Australia Agitating a Kepnulic LONDON Jan from Australia are to the effect that a sentiment in favor of converting that colony into a republic is growing stronger daily and that there is every prospoct that such a step will ultimata ly be token TVouldnt Talk Tor the Times LONDON Jan Edward Clarke Q C solicitor general has refused a brief on behalf of Tha Times in the suit for libel o Pornell against that paper BLOODY FIGHT AT RIO One rlumlretl Kebel Brazilian Soldiers Executed NEW YORK Jan of the corre spondents ot Mr C R Flint writes from Rio de Janeiro under date of Dec 23 ISSJ as follows Thi outlook here is not reas suring Lust evening parts of two regiments of cavalry infantry and artillery mutinied They tore up the republican flag and hoisted their return is anxiously awaited Tlw men are quiet but say they will havo the extra or strike They claim that tluv will be backed up by every employe en tho road and that a general tieup will result The railroad ollicial here are very reticent aud say that they have uu statement to make Recommended u Car Coupler EOSTOV Jan the special session of the grand council of tha Steam Railroad Mens Protective union yoster day the com mittees report on drawbars was unanimous ly adopted The Safford safety coupler commonly kuowu as the frogmouth among railroad men is the coupler recom mended Reducing Its labor Expenses NEWBURGH Ky Jan On Saturday the Erie Railroad company reduce its work ing forces iu all its shops Ar Port Jervis thirty men were laid off aud discharges upon a like scale occurred in the shops all along the line to Dunkirk Paralysis in the coal trade is given as the reason Hums Can Not Come Over NEW YORE Jan Burns the London labor leaderhas written to the offi cers of the American Federation of labor saying that he caciiot come to the United States to loctur1 us requested MOST MARVELOUS ESCAPE The ul Adventure of the Chief Engineer the Sareobosco BALTIMORE Md Jan Engineer Carins of the Sareobosco reported at the office of the Furuess line alive and well CHICAGO it On the board ul uvUetoday jjotatiocs ranged as folows VLeiUNo Janunry opened closed ITir leVrua y upemM closed 7SJie May opened Sc closed CornNo January opened autl doted IeUruary opened tK cksei Ma oiencd olJsc closed 31Ji32c January opened aud coso Ui4c February opened May opened aud closed PorkJanuary opened February cloned U5k opened an 1 closed Larii January opened closol S5S2H folowing wtre the quota tions at stock yards opened active and firm prices 5c higher light grades SaOUiabo routu packing mixed lots 8i65siy8 heavy packing and shipping lots SiiTOa385 beeves S3W3SO bulk atockeis and teisders Slicep imttons Sil503SjO lambs 040 western jorn fed S450a515 Produce Elgin creamery Si Ib tirest dairy packlug etock EggsStrictly fresh V Aoz ice house Live tt turkeys ducts 9S10 geese 50Q doz PotatoesBeauty of Hebron BSlfe bu on rack commoa and mixed lots 25 ApjJe to faucy bbl CranberriesWisconsin S885ita75 per box New York NEW YOEK Jan 11 2 red winter Hic do 86Hc do February do Slay 88J4c a mixed 38c cash do January 38c do February do and steady No 2 mired cash do January 20J4e do February 8Hc do May ttA mess for new Lard February March trading in beeves dressed beef in moderate demand ordinary to prime nativ sides G i7Kcper Ib Shetp and t for both sheep and lambs fhatp c per ib ambs per Ib Eve hogs 10 per 100 Ibs the old imperial Hag and it required all the yesterday afternoon Ho was thought to be other regiments and artillery to fubdue them They fought at tha San Chiristovas artillery quarters till after 12 oclock last night and 100 ol the rebels were killed aud wounded before the remainder surrendered Today twentyone of the ringleaders of the men were shot None of the officers were in mutiny but all of the officers were dead His escape was most reniarliable When the fire broke out on the vessel Mon day night he rushed from place to place seeking to Everywhere his progress was barred by the flames wbich clmsed him at every step aud finally to escape bo ing burned for being he took refuge in j a shaft tunnel where there was a draft of air He soon lost consciousness in the refuge TOlIi prOVJClag lOr toil lull UJ i lul UAC sbcul J m7 termirie the practicability of brigding or j trampled to daath by older children To Him That Hath Shall Be Given PARIS Jan prize in the Panama Canal lottery has been drawn by i M Ephrussi a wealthy Danker of Paris j Cured of the love of liquor i KEW YORK Jan Geo W Bull who was adjudged a habitcal drunkard some years ago and whose person and property were placed under control of a committee was yesterday restored to liberty and to the xintrol of his property iaving ceased to use A Batch of Conservatives Arrested The cause of the mutiny was dissatisfac tion with tho mens pay The policu are paid 2 mllreis a day and the soldiers claim that they were promised the same but it was only raised to not quite that amount It is said that a number of the old Conserva tives and Liberals have been tampering with the soldiers and were at the bottorwof last nights row This morning early Silveira Martins Assis Martins Baraode Lagoe Dr Limapurate Dr Ferreira Vianna late min ister of justice in the Last Conservative min istry and Cominendador Braga one of thj leading merchants of Rio were arrested Jleilco Welcomes Foreigners Cirr OP Jen the course of a speech delivered Monday afternoon at a banquet given by tha directors of the Bank of London and Mexico Minister of the In terior Romero Rubio jsketched the policy of the administration of President Diaz saying that Mexico warmly welcomed all foreigners bringing tueirUbraHis skill and capital and could not consider as foreigners mea casting their lot with th3 Mezican people and work ing for tlie advancement the country j and knew nothing more until yesterday af ternoon when he awoke and managed to I get ashore from the still burning ship which i was beached on the river bank j The bodies of John White a fireman and f Charles Johnson a seaman of the steamship i Sareobosco were found last evening in the bull of the burned vessel They had besu i suffocated to death but were not disfigured much by fire Bennetts Paper Wins Jan motion to commit thc managers of the London edition of The Xew York Herald and The Freemans Journal of Dublin for contempt of court for publishing certain comments on the OShea divorce case was argued yrssterclaj The motion was dismissed on the ground of informality in the procee lags permission was giveu for the renewal of the motion oi action if taken within a week A Telegrapfo Collector Missing ST Lons Jan W D Littiefield superintendent ol tbe St Louis Arkansas and Texas railroad has been missing for over ten dars Some time aso he started super or excellence proven in njiUloM homes for iore tbana a centuryvI is used by he United Stat s ovciuim En dorsedby h th irtttt In me as the Str MiKPst P ani aiojt Dr Pric B k if PowPT does n contain V nprtis L o Alum Sold on fans K PAKT i r CX K w York hi ago 8 iVmci o St LouU   

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