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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - January 17, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                FRIDAY EVENING JANUARY 17 JOHM BRAYS OUXEU ON Ofevry kin 1 They must go raia or biui We hiivi too many of them and wtini3t set ril of them no matter what it to ilo so PLEASE COME At iiurl maku your selections as wo yi u abj ti wait on half the cus lofiM ixt weiJ bill will have extra iil d UILbest we can THE WEST AHEAD bne Point Gained in the Worlds Fair Fight TWO CLOSE VOTES IS TEE HOUSE pr H M North or iJiosiA iy 1 res iciiCi on Spcvir sinl s vary from STOO to niil on west iViii lovccecl 51500 rvi Icncu oa Irco SI000 Fursdo rabi rcsiJencia on oust Urn Iwiv Korsiu esiniWu ruiiliiics on CHS Xorlh street Kur sale rtsiionces on UK For sale cheap two rosiJtinces on Ohio Ssair ior snli lots i piymcnta For sfile 9J icres in in the For traile farms for chy property For Untie city properly far city prop erty or for farms For triule frrrcs of all for rner ciinndise For trail orang gruvc in Florida For enquire of M M GORDON Pension iuiI Kenl Estate Agent EHiotl Block LogiiHSport lud Westciil addition on East end and A KltCllO RODNE YSTHA1 Csils Promptly PUKMITURB Price1 the Lowest DUR DESIGNS PE NSW but tlic IOst workniansliip al 1 to icavo our aaloeroom enderson Sons X 4tlSt FINE PERFUMES FOR THE DAYS AT PARVINS 12th Street Drug Store Ordinance ordinance fixingthe location of the hay anil market in the city of Losunsport section 1 UP ft onlnlnvd by the common council of tlie city of Lojomsport state of In Olana that It sh H be unlawful for any person ro penilt or allow anv wagon or other vehicle loaded with wood or bay to be or remain for tho purposed procuringa pur chaser therefor on any of the streets or alloys of said eltvexept as follows ot Sixth street from the south iiJeof Bnxulwaystre trmminjr south n ilis iinee of one hmwrej and SXtyllve loo feet the owner or person bavins tho care of rny ehicltsluill back ho same close to the pavemint or sidewalk on tho sllo of giid strcit as urn eiXso tlio iame o so roaiiun until sold or otaerwUe ills r i0 to duy of tho stree ommlssUiur to cause said of street Kferreil tla section one ilioi this ordinance therein provider to be A Miscount Detected by the Watchful Hoar anil Blair Con tribute to tho Debate on tlio Rate Ques Begins Tullins Ho Knows About That Ohio BallotBox to IJeware WASHIKCJTOS CITY Jan the bill introduced in tho seuato yesterday Wore two by Goorgo of Mississippi one pro viding tiiat inployes companies engaged In intcrstato ani forcigncommjrca iiUall bo entitled to damage from tho company whoa injured through thy letters carelessness that ho agreement shall render eraployor free frooi this liability aud that a in jury re ceived iu coupling cars shall be prima facie evitletico oC nesect on the part of the borapany Tho ofer lili makes all patents fjurehasablo by ths iuvornraeut and do Hares it a valid deCsnctin cases of infritije tnent that tho deCendarU purciiased tho article for uso or A Ions debate on Butlers resolution to deport negroja to Africa took placa and at its conclusion an executivo session ivas hold nnd tho senate adjourned A Voto on tho Worlds Fair The hou30 spent tho uhole day on ths Worlds fair question Tho committee on rules reported a resolution to create a special commutes on plan nnd site and Cannon of Illinois made a minority report referring tlio matter to tho foreign aliairs committuo and wilh a provision Cor tho decision first of tho Question whether thj fair shall bo ued east or wost of the AUeghanies This last clause Inter strickou out by Cannon and his risoution was atrrcad to A voto was then taken on the substitution of the majority resolution as agreed to for the original reso lution referred tin committee oa rules and ttiH was defeated by a tie vote whero upon Springer moved a reconsideration SloXinley moved to lay that motion on the tiblo aud ijjuaiag a voto the house ad journed The debato was participated in by many members and thoso who favored New York voted and talked for tho majority res vlution of rules committee A Case of Miscount When tho vote on tha substitution of Can nons resolution for tho minority report was tirst announced it MO nays 143 defeating CatmoVs measure Springer ris ing to a question of privilege said that ho had kept tv closLtally of the voto and his tally did not agroo with tha cfliLial tally Ho uskel for a recount A recount reversed tha former reMilt sinl tho substitute was agreed USI nrys 111 Again when lho vote on tho substitution of tan majority resolution as niiindod by Cannons resolutionfor lha original measure referred to tiio committee was nearly ccm pleted Springer saw that it would be a tie tie tlvreioro liis voto to tho nega tive so that ha ejuld move aivconsideration So Bpringer may bo credited with saving the Jay so far ns it was saved tor tha west THE NEW IRREPRESSIBLE CONFLICT ienatoia Tulk nt LoiiKt on u VeyyTronbli BO1S1O Ouestion VVASHIXOTOCvrv Jan of Carolina tlw senate yester day iu favor his till 10 lieport ilio negroes to AErica To hu mind he the subject too grave to bo dutortsd by party con siderations or confined the uarroiv iiaiits of party liuos ISosides he said who ever concludedhut tuo quieting of tlio agi tation coiicerniiis tho poitical status of tho nogro would to a settlement of tho race ques tion disclosed how littlo ho know of itj mag nitude Otlicr Question of Race It did not appear why tho preponderance of thought should bo bestowed upon tho descendant of tho African It had coat the government millions to settlo tho race ques tion with uo ludian and still it was not seit Llel Tho Chinese branch of tlio race ques tion had been summarily too iu defiance of treaty stipulation humanity and justice Tho Chinaman had to go or die Cupidity brought tho African and the Chinaman hero cupidity drove tho Chiim tnan out Tho Indian would not be reduced to slavery and ho was hunted and corralled Tho Indian was here before the white man tho African or the Mongolian Ho possessed characteristics which shoxild make him a valuable citizen iu a free republic Yet he had been regarded as only fit to live on reser vations to kiniself under coercion A Comparison of Prejudices WHS nice prejudice stronger and more blinding in tho south than in the north Tnero were Si3701 negroes iu the mrth Presumably they had every advantage of education aud enlightenment Yet in travel ing through these states you would not find a negro at work for n railroad company or on astreut cor or occupying any position of trust or honor or emolument in tha state government It oould not be that the negro was not for any of these positions Wliat then excluded him from enjoying his equal right to these callings It was unfor giving unrelenting incurable race preju dice JIany would stand amazed at the predic tion that within fifty years u genuine full blooded negro could not be found in the pres ent limits of the United there were many who believed that very thing Tho Kewurd of Slavery It was argued that the negro had helped develop tho south without reward In an stver to this Butler said that tho institution ot slavery ha believssd had retarded the de velopment of the states where it existed And the negro had not been without reward Ho had been transformed from the rude savago of tho equator to a condition which made him fit to become a citizen of a free republic in the temperate zone Quoting Lincoln nnd Doaglas Butler quoted from Rev Edward W Bly den Rev J S Leo and Ilev Benjamin Gas ton all colored in support of his statement that emigration was the only solution of the race problem He also read extracts from the political debates batween Abraham Lin coln and Stephen A Douglas in 1S5S in which both them favored the separation of the whits and black races also an extract from a speech of exPostmaster General Da Kid M Key holding that but littlo of tlie spirit of sectionalism remained among the tompardd with its future progress Butler with au appeal for consideration of lhe subject outside of partisan lines Hoar Expresses Astonishment Hoar replying to Butler his gratification at the tono and temper as veil as the ability and eloquence with which the senator from South Carolina had presented his own views But it seemed to him that the proposition was ths most astonishing lhat had ever been heard iin tho legislative fiistory of the senate or fa the legislative listory of any free civilizsd and prosperous people The United States was at this mo ment growing iu wealth strength and pros perity and still the demand for labor kept Bore fhan abreast of the general growth of Ihe country And yet in tho san Ite of the United States a proposition was made that by force of ths nation aided ALLISON ALL BIGHT The Iowa Sesnatorship Question Out of the Woods i IN 0 AUDITS A UNIT fho Legislativo icndHock Still Pro oC the AlroAmerlcan Con Psd Hoi Speech by the Presi SusjBitton to Senator Judge Tnaeg es Adrice Effect of La on Oliio Politics DES MOIXES La Jars The joint can 5us of llie Republican members of the house by its treasury t000000 laborers born on tnd seaata met last night recommends that he be declared duly elected overnor of this state It claims that tha tommittees labors have demonstrated that I there ivas no organized effort to corrupt the ballot by either party and congratulate tha i beople of the state on the purity of ths eleo i lion The joint assembly has adjourned un il Monday BOUND TO HAVE HIS GiPU itJow Nebraska Man Outwitted Hij I Sweethearts Relatives I1 WATERLOO Ia Jan romantic 11unaway wedding occurred Wednesday Bight at Nashua a small town thirty miles north of Waterloo A bright welltodo young business man named Andrews living St Paul Neb returned to Nashua after several years absence to claim as his bride I the only daughter of William Waite a ewente r THE American soil entitled to every right wera lo bo deported Compliments to Negro Statesmen Hoar paid a high compliment to exScna i tor Bruce of Mississippi and to the eight or ten colored mcn who had sat in the house representatives aud declared that there eould have been no better examples of the legislative character for purity of conduct I for soundness of judgment and for ability in debate than the representatives that race It was not therefore that the colored race tould not bo made lit for freedom that the Speech was made but simply on the ground that the nature o things or the nature of man was iuch that men of different races and especially of different complexions could not live together in harmony and peace and freedom and honor under the laws j of this republic If that were true then tho declaration of independence was a lie and the constitution of the Tin i toil States rested on aottenness j Blairs Interpretation oflJutler Blair spoko against the bill which ho dei dared to be cither a manifest impossibility or an absurdity As to the idea of the sona tor from Alabama Morgan that the cihoice was between murdering the negroes or Inarrying thorn between killing them or as similating them ho thought that a course of lectures on tho Sixth and Seventh command ments would settle the whola thing and that j no moro would be hoard of a doctrine that i ivas an absurdity aud an insult to our com jaou humanity j INVESTIGATING A FORGERY present except they sent pros William B Allison was i Daughter to young Andrews chiefly because toniiuated to succeed himself iu the United j tile was poor When therefore tha States senate upDn the first ballot He re ceived thevote of every member In all This insures his reelection by a ma jority of 3 Senator Allisons Remarks When a committee brought Senator Allt ton into the room rftor his nomination he was received with ringins cheers and ap plause Ho maJan brief spoeh promising to devote his abilities to projettmg and car mz for th great industry of tha northwest He citei tha revenue cur rency and transportal ion questions as espe cially important The DisailXotit Unbroken There is no break in thu deadlock in ths house Tha vctea oa electing officers yester day were 4 to e Republicans sick nnd unable to attend The Republicans tried j to git a resolution through recognizing the present temporary organization as far as it lion in the Twentythird district but tha Democrats reused unless tlie uaino of Hotcu kiis Democrat was substituted for Lare Republican who is now tlio presiding officer This was refused and tho house adjourned The senate met in the afternoon but did uothinc excop to pasi tbo bill instructing the Iowa senators and members of congress ti voto for Cl icago as the location of the Worlds fair THE AFROAMERICAN LEAGUE Tho Notorious Ohio llallotBoxContract Fornfcers Testimony Officers Elected and a fcovel Petition WASHINGTON CITY Jan 17The cele AdoptedA Letter from Tourgee orated case of the Ohio ballotbox CHICAGO Jac 17lha ifroAmerican which created such a stir dur league reassembled yesterday and the first in the latter part of the campaign i business was the election of permanent of lust fall in that state was laken up Seers Many members did not vote but all yesterday hy the house committee appointed i the ballots stood 111 to 9 The officers choson to investigate it The subject of tho investwere President IV A Pledger Georgia a score of vice preridouts among them A Manning Indiana J W llalone Iowa Walter Stowers Michigan S B Bell Wis consin and K Slooru Illinois secretary J H Pelham Missouri Thci Fesidosits Speccli President Pledgesvd it Tvould probably bomadepretty hot for him in Georgia when an parts of tho world was S200207i8S he vent honn but tiiai fact did not make i Tho expenditures have been S2CS3 74711 him backward about expressing himself He gation is a contract for shares of stock in a company organized to manufacture a patent ballotbox to which tho signatures of Camp bell Democratic candidate for governor of Ohio Senator Sherman Congressman But terworth aud other prominent men were forgec the object being to charge Campbell with being interested in the company while he was a member of couarean aid advo cating tha adoption of th ballotbos Tuo Cincinnati Commercial Gazette printed tho contract and signatures aud later admitted that it was a forgery thit had been palmed off upon the paper tlio Witnefis Saiil Congressman McICinley was the first wit ness and he said he had never seen tbo con tract until just beforo congress met and that his signature was a forgery Fie had no interest nor ever had in the company Other witnesses gave the facts of the ap pearance of tho forgery iu Halstead3 paper and its subsequent repudiation and Amos Smith Jr sureyor of customs at Cincinnati said ha took ths stead and told him it looked fishy and that ho believed it was a forgery but Hal stead seemed to think it genuine and printed it ExGovernor IToraker a Witness ExGovernor Foraker took the witness i young man arrived in Nashua he was called Upon by Waite and his stalwart sons who do manded that the young man give up tho girl Given a Terrible Beating j He refused and they gave him a terrible pounding which would have resulted in hi death had not bystanders interfered An drews had breath enough left in him to catch the first train going south He stopped at 1 the firs station returned to Nashua in a covered carriage nnd sent word by a friend to hU betrothed who joined him at tbo ho i tei A justice was summoned and tho two were married They took the evening tram I south and a large number of admiring friends assembled at the station to ssj thjrn safely started on their journey The lather was dumfounded when ho heard of the wedding THE CONEMAUGH CALAMITY Total Number of Lost Stated at Receipts and Kcpsndttures PHILADELPHIA Jan Johnstown ttood roiief commission met here yesterday Governor Beaver presiding The proceeri j ings were in secret After the mecTing it I was announced that arrangements had been perfected nith tho Girard Life Insurance i Annuity and Trust company for the adniiu I istration of an annuity fund from which the children under IB years of age orphaned by the Conemaugh flood will receive an nually until they reach tho age of 10 The sum appropriated for this purpose is Tho secretarys report showed that 116 women widowed by tho flood had been paid 8170471 and they will be paid more for their children in annual payments varying as to the number and ages of tho children Tlio Mortality nil Relief The report estimates the number of per sons drowned by tho flood in the Conemaugh valley at S2SQ bodies recovered 1073 identified 1021 unidentified 654 missing 605 The unclaimed dead numbering 741 were collected and buried in Grand View cemetery The financial report of the sec retarv shows that the amount received from for infants and Children Coatosla is no well adapted to children tint recommend it as superior to aoy prescription known to me IL A Aacnnn 31 B 111 So Oxfoni Sfe Brooklyn N Y Castoria euns Colic Constipation Sour Stomach Diarrhoea Eructauoa trills Worms gives siecp sad promotes il j gestioa Without injurious medication 77 BUTCHERED BABES Dreadful Slaughter by niac Mother Ma ATTEHPT AT A FIVEFOLD OEIMB said Doughface copperhead journals of tho north declare that tho northern people have become indiirereut to the wrongs and cruelties of which thg colored Americans are tho unhappy victims1 He insisted thaftbs manhood the conscience nnd patriotism of the loyal north wi yeb find a way to punish and prevent this criminal soauonsl nullification of tho constitution nnd discover tho remedy to suppress that disloyal element with whom murder is a vacation and par jury a pastime The speaker dwelt upon tho Barnwell Court House tragedy and tlij outrages in Al paper to Hali ubama Ho argued that the Republican party was the party of right and that a Demo cratic victory even in the north was a calamity tie eulogize Governor Gordon i and Henry W Grady and concluded by S prophesying that good would come of tli3 league movement chair and asked to be permitted to tell his Inviting the Whites to 3Jove story in his own way He said that after his j c C Astwood of New York offered a pe uomination L N Hadilcn Cincinnati City I tiou to congress praying that body to appro solicitor went to him and told him that if Campbell was nominated many prominent Republicans would voto for him because they were interested in Campbells ballot box scheme and named Butterworth and McKinley as such Hadden said he would priatc to furnish the unhappy white citizens of these states who may de sire to settle in other and more favored states free from AfroAmerican majorities with free transportation and lunch by the way to any of the states north of the Mason and procure written evidence of his statement I Dixon line and that Senators Morgan of and some time afterwards referred Foraker Alabama Eiampton of South Carolina and DONT SEEM TO GET ON Lively Incidents of a Libel Suit in Pro gress ill Virginia FREBEPlCKSBtJRG Va Jan libol suit vrliich is in projjresj here is kicking up a groat stir The parties to it are wellknown aud the court is crowded at every session as much to take in thj rows tho lawyers kick up as anything elso Urednosday Mr Fitz hugh counsel for the defense called Kirtly one of the plaintiffs a liar The first thing tho judge did yesterday was to inform Fitz bugli that he must retract He did so aud the case then proceeded with J W Colbnt on the witness stand General lliot and Heavy Bonds Matters progressed smoothly until Attorney Fitzhugh attempted to throttle Attorney Dickson attorney for plaintilE in his exam ination of Colbert Dickson told Fitzhugh that Ue was a scoundrel whereupon canes inkstands fists etc were used pro miscuously aud for a time a general riot en sued in court which caused J udgo McLaugh lin to suspend proceedings until later in the afternoon The plaintiff defendants and counsel for both sides were placed under bonds to keep the peace Great excitement prevails and more trouble is feared before the suit is ended to one Wood who was an applicant for smoke inspector of Cincinnati Wood wanted Forakers assistance and Foraker said he would recommend him if he would produce the written proof referred to above After some hesitation Wood agreed At tliis point tho committee adjourned for tho day Secretary Blalno Reported 111 WASHINGTON CITY Jan was re ported last night that Secretary of State Elaine has been taken down with la jrippe At his residence iu Lafayette square it was impossible to obtain either a couflmation or denial of this rumor Another version was that Mr Blaiiie had been stricken by a re turn of his old disease TV E Curtis said last night that be had gouo to Oak View cemetery yesterday with Mr Blaino to select a burying lot and that there were no truth in the stories Gibson of Tennessee be the Moses to lead the unhappy people out of the states of their misfortune1 The petition was unanimously adopted Alliion Tourgees Advice A letter was read from Judge A TV Tour gee iu which he advised the convention not to issue an address to the country but to content themselves with organizing and mak ing preparations to raise money for the edu cation of posr negroes in the south and to aid in securing tho right sort of legislation from BASE BALL LITIGATION Tbo Jolin M Reserve Eule Case iu the Hands of the Court NEW YORK Jan action brought by the New York League Base Ball club against John Montgomery Ward to restrain him from ploying with the Brotherhood was argued before the supreme court yester day Judge Howland counsel for Ward declared that the reserve contract was un jusi in its operation and that the suit was congress He suggested that the Afroj broughc not to retain Ward but to injure A Dozen Hart SALT LAKE CITY Utah Jan Union Pacific baggage car and one coach jumped the track yesterday at Hampton and in jured tho following persons John Robinson Long Pine Neb shoulder and leg injured D Stringer Rock Springs head bruised John McChaled Indianapolis leg Ibroken two children of Charles WachenStts flesh wounds and cut about the face lira James Cranz of Des Monies chest bruised A Paschiager of Rock Springs head and shoulders bruised Miss Abbie Coolidge of Svanstoa slightly out Charles Tobin of tVmerican league should be a secret organiza tion in order that its members might not bo in danger of murder and outrage in tho south After some objection that Tourgee was not an AfroAmerican and that tho negroes j wanted to demonstrate that they could at j tend to their own business the letter was re fcrred to the consUition committee and the convention adjourned for tho day LA GRIPPE AND POLITICS Its Ravages Out the Democratic Legislative 3IuJority in Olilo COLUMBUS O Jan la grippe and pneumonia ore fast decimating the Democratic majority in the legislature and if a United States senator was now to be chosen it is doubtful which party would cucceed Hon F W Kiiapp of Defiance died last week and John B Lavrlor a representative this county died yesterday Last eight Judge Thomas O Ashburn sena New Washington O leg hurt and hand i tar from the BrownClermont district was iJ so iitfuliy scraped ami clouied and the dirt and j southern people Th Xabor Question tikl city Butler said a fear existed that if the Src 3 Anv rorson or persons violatingany rneKroes emigrated there would be no other convict later to till the soil He thought not eforo thmaviir ro iu sim not tx Iva oViars Sec 4 orJiaanec sall take eitcct nnd be in force 1rora cnJ clter Its passage nod legal y the common council this 18th day jot December F CuriES Slayer Attest JOBS J TiOiiAdT City Clerk What the south needed and what she would get if Jrelievad of her superabundance of cheap labor was Immigration of thrifty intel ligent citizsins as freeholders and wealth producers With this accession the progress la tne development of thu south during the I Wist decade would be infinitestimsJ wbw sprained Z H Graham of Ogden neck bruised Conductor George Mclntosh slightly cut Says the TVere Too Frcsli PAKIS Jan ITCapt Trivter the French traveler who has 3ust crossed Atrica from j Treasurer Howells the StarkCarroll district I senator is on the sick list while hnlf a dozen others are complaining of the influenza and keep to their rooms AH political legis lation is thus blocked and will be until the very low at the American bouse with the chances rather against his recovery and Henry Brown the Hancock representative is not expected to live both having the pneumonia and like the two deceased mem bers taken first with la grippe ExState west to east confirms previous reports of the highhanded conduct of the Portuguese in southeast Africa The captain reports thai while he was on the British steamer Lady Nyossa on the Shire river the Portuguese compelled the officers of the vesseli to haul down tha British flag and hoist the Portu guese in its stead Trivier declares that the j English have lost prestige in southeast Africa through their pacific policy Her Young Man Wedded Another i ELISABETH N J Jan 17 Hiss Laura Dtajn shot herself in tha bead Wodnesday night and died yesterday afternoonL She is a pretty brunette of 23 and was despondent because George Weimer who has leapt com pany with her for a long while married another girl the Brotherhood Joseph H Choate for tho League said it was a question of the inviolabilty of con tracts Taking for his test the words Oh that mine enemy would write a book be took Wards book on bass ball and read pas sages to show his former interpretation of the reserve rule to be contrary to that ad vanced by him in this suit Choate read a letter written by Ward in October while abroad admitting being bound by his agree ment Ward had himself drawn up the agreement for the players iu order to bind them Tho court took the case under advisement Eight Hours at Buffalo 2f Y ECFFALO N Y Jan journey men stone cutters of this city have taken the initiative in the eighthour movement here by making a demand upon the employers that the short day shall go into effect on July 1 All tho building trades are expected to follow suit Tto employing stone cutters are in favor granting the demand it the other members of the building exchange will agree It is expected that the short day will go effect without any trouble Didnt Indict Gen PETBIISBITRG Va Jan 17 The grand jury tas failed to indict Gen JlahoM for the ibooticg of H P Harrison on election night epidemic passes away and new elections are held A Secession from the W C T U PHILADELPHIA Jan nonpar tisan element of tho Pennsylvania Woman Christian Temperance union met in conven tion here yesterday fortie purpose of dis cussing the adviseability of forming an in dependent organization After a number of addresses a constitution was adopted which forms a new organization to be called the Womans Christian Temperance affiance The TTest Virginia GoTeroorsMp CHARLESTON W Va Jan mi nority report of tha contest committee was read yesterday afternoon to the legislature It a plurality of 140 for Gen Goft imd Comiskey Joins the Brotherhood ST Louis Jan s Comiakey captain of last years Browns has written a letter to The St Louis Sporting Kews in which he says tliat before tomorrow night he will have signed a contract to play first base for the Chicago Brotherhood team He takes this step he says for the reason that he is in sympathy with the Brotherhood and helieves its aims are for the best welfare and interest of the professional players They Owe Quarter of a million ALBAXY N T Jan PL Pier son as sole surrtvor of the broker and bank ing firm of Pierson Son made a general assignment for tho benefit of his creditors late yesterday adfternoon Liabilities 5250 000 assets 6150000 Four Men Killed by an Eiplonion XASHTTKLE Tenn Tan men were killed and several others badly wounded by thepremature txpiosion ofa blast at a camp near Johnson Citr on ths Atlantic md Ohio railroad yesteixiaj wo of IIor Victim Dvnil one nr Infant Fatally ilicjt ilil Herself Daughter Cnii Ioisoncd Carbolic tho Mncl Woman Went About HeiAwful in on Sight JlixXEAfOLis Min Jan special to Tho Tribune from Faribault Minn says Yesterday morning a horrible tragedy oc curred at Cannon Lake about five miles from here Mrs McNcal the wife of a pros perous farmer m a fit of despondency shot with a revolver her three children aged re spectively 4 years 3 years aud 2 wqelcs forced another daughter aged 0 years to drink carbolic acid and then took a dose iierseif She and her daughter may recover Despondency owing to recent illness is the Lause She said she expected to die and could aot bear the thought of leaving her cbil llrcn behind Tile Slaughter of Innocents Ever sinco her babe was born three woeka igo the mother has shown signs of mental iberration nnd Wednesday she told her hus band she believed she was becoming insane Hardly had Jlr JleNeal who is a thriving foung farmer left tho house yesterday morn Ing than liis wife bolted and locked the doors and begau her murjerous work She then took her husbands revolver from a bureau Crawer went to tho bed where lay Ruth her tycarold daughter paceJ thu weapon close lo the body of th chilJ and shot Her dead She nuxt shot Haro a boy of 4 years through tho hea wciuding him so badly that lie clijd at 10 oVloci yesterday iLioruing Returning to her beil where she i dad her baby the mother a bail through both luugs Forced to Take Ioiion Nora the eldest daughter was shrieking with fear in the nost room as ths mother en tered Seizing a bottle of carbolic acid the frantic viniau poureJ out iicnriy an ounce ad forced tiio littlo ona to swallow it and then gulped down about twice hat amount berseif and throw the bottle on the door just Us her husband entered tho room He had heard shots when a littlo distance from the liouse but so quickly was tho murderous workdonc that he arrived too late to stay its jirogress Mr McNea quickly seized his tvife and threw her on ttia bed and by his cries soon brought assistance from the neigh bors Physicians were summoned and every thing done to alleviate the misery of those that survived There is a vry slight possi bility that the infant may recover The tvoman and her daughter Nora are both in a laugerous condition STRUCK THE WRONG TOWN A Gang of Tramps Get into a Littlo Un expected Difficulty PPATTSJIOCTE iXcb Jan gang of tramps came into town yesterday and last Evening made a raid on Gering Cos drug store and demanded that tho clerk supply Ihem with alcohol He refund whereupon one of them began to break up the furniture and fixtures and thrcalcned the life of the clerk Several men sitting ia she store in terfered which so incensed the trcmp that lie turned upon T W Biddie one cf his cap tor and began beating him The Clerks Artillery Opens The clerk meanwhile buried weights and other articles at the intruder and soon put him to flight Riddles outcries attracted a crowd and in a moment tho street swarmed with people A shot from one of the crowd brought one of the rascals to a halt and in a taoment he was surrounded by a howling mob The wounded man was arrested by he police who bsd great liicuty in pre vtntmg a lynching The othr tramps were orderet to leave town Ixfore morning and U tny of them are seen here tc ioy their cosej will receive prompt and attention A YoutUlul MuaraTSBORO Ills Jan Bol lard a bigamist of orly 20 sutujiers lies fh Cooprides a meariiixl young man whose life had been tluvatod on tight by Deputy Marshal Miller of Clay City shot nnd ialed Miller yesterday morning when tio hitter came into a Falcon hunting for him Miller suspected improper relations between Coop erides and Mrs Miilrr Cooperidos escaped rn horseback but NVOS caught later A Thief Captured i NEW YOHK Jail Brooks of the United itmUs scoivt sorvkv yesterday cnpturoil Henry II Javlisonformerly paying teller nt til Init who Ircmiho under lib ehurgo in October lvj7 Jackson will Iv lull to await tii rcton of the grand jury Tio EIKI I icis Convention Jan ho yesterday it was do cidJi to kl li io rrions Aato iniivuiiiuaut Columbus O next niis werj elect Ji of Coal IJluff iii i Htury bt John i o P H IVuni i i BEIU5K Jan Tha fu Weddc tho Socialist editor thi place ut llauitur yosterilay vns occasion OL in immeusJ tiou IWOOO mMchinj in bo rroocs linn THE MARKETS CHICAGO Jau lo Ua tlic boarl ranged us lialio opcnctl antl cU and rloscii i rriij Cir jc B lOSLJ 4 Oa Co May o try otoueil cOlW closuvl No L January i ebua y crcncJ nea clJtc closed January opcucl Bic February opened 0a opened ClJf January opened 21Hc February opened and close I yiji iSc closed ISc eic closed JTebru i1 closjil SOCO Jlay opcnwl J5ii Januiry opeued Lvo fdlowing wtrc the x tions at UiUnioa rtock yards Market opened acl ivc nn i firm prices 5c higher light grades rough packing mixed lots heavy and shipping lets S365T3fcO Fairly ac tive ood choice Jirm CW3T3 poor to alr slow cows stack ers and Oil KbepSteady muttons S3rA JotiO lambs S150iGilO Produce Fancy Klgin creamery 20 527C f B iincst 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