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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - January 18, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                LOGANSPOBT 15TH YEAfi SATURDAY EVENING IK 1H90 UOHN GRAYS mil NEK JOHN BULLS GREED Fortuga to Appeal Her Case to Europe A NONPARTISAN LEAGUE IN IHE BALL FIELD i THE STORY OF A FRAUD Christmas She A froAmericans Vv ill Eschew Politic and Address I CHICAGO Jaei AfroAmerican National Game Gossip from the league adopted a constitution and an ad dress to the people of the United States yes terday In the constitution tho objects ot TO or i Of every They must go ram saiuf We have too of them and we must iil of them no mfUter wliU it costs to ti so I Ilritlsh Warships iti tho Titans Ilavu u PLEASE COME wii not lc Jibli to wait on half the Quieting Effect on JJolligerent A Xatiri Federation Cunj In i Sea at a Unionist Meetlne In Spanish Miscellany LONDON Jan activity and earn estness of the new premier of Portugal Minor Pinental in tho pursuit of the policy At once and make your selections us we j j tho minjstry is winning many adherents 1rorn the majority and fast disarming the publicans who saw in the surrender of the Gomes cabinet to the demands of Englanvi a pretext for agitation if not actual revolu j tion Senor Pimeutal has summons 1 to j Lisbon tho Portuguese ministers to Berlin I and Home in order tha hi r ay j Torbally instruct them regarding tho desire the that they will nsist that the lowers shall interfere in the diiuut with England in behalf of Portupsl Iheaj rilili bwn wantonly trampled taxation without representation the equita ble distribution of school funds in those states where there are separate schools fair and impartial trial by a judge and jury of peers resisting by all lawful methods mot and lynch law where the negroes aro made victims to protest against tha tyranny ol railroads end other corporate j common carriers to labor for reform in state penal institutions where barbarous anel EiGovernor Foraher Tells How Woodi Forgery Him WASHIXGJIONCITY Jan story of the Ohio ballotbox contract forgery with exGovernor Foraker as narrator was i taken up first thing yesterday when the EZJOIOHTG AMONG THE ILAYEBS house investigating osmroiltea met Fora j ker told how Wool tried to get a recom Windy City Comlakey of Von del Alics Chnraplons Signs n JtrotlierUooil tapj tali of the Chicago Hard Viuo to of the Men Who IVill Hustle for the League of Led by Old Anse CHICAGO Jan was much re joicing in the Brotherhood base ball camp las night Charles Comiskry the big cap tomtr help a week but will liiu best we II II I W have extra treatment of convicts is practiced and to t asSst healthv emigration from terrorrid I tain of the St Louis Browns came to town den sections to others mere lawalMing yesterday morning Tho platform appealed to public a n el at 4 oclock znent for fair play in all the avocations of signed u con if ui fiil North or s iKe not to uxcecil Wiinti iTsiilMei on sir uu Piiies virv fim SToy to SLOW Wantiil residiiKu on wist Sjcarslml lies not lo HsHimt on slii I rce iorVaii dMirabii on cat Juklie Coi For snlc desirable North street For sale ifirnblc WVstsiile Fir sale cl slrtot For so st rctt For salu l ItiillellC1 Oil i1 St rcsiiefuis on tin rip two resilience on Oino resielcnce kt KrtStonl 3 in Wosteivl payments For sale acres in ucris in tin Witeml For ira farms for city property For trailcity property fir city prop erty or fw Iinni For fura it kinls for m Thi Kr n popiriioiili bo ivl ti Kcstoifd thi ac flow to rho in tho ir of th uill result j i tideo nd it Js i en a o Knr laiius to Uuj end that amulually sitisfaetory milrstntidini in i y r rived at A it fo Tho Iarii thar the pusied by tint tlial tc For inilr inintj grove in For puitiouiirs of M M IVusion iiiul U IJlocU Loiruifp GORDON KMa0 Ayetit Fllioll 1ml Jndertakerp No Calls PrQinpcly flfcCEiiuttl to mtfclc lin troaty by tin I pnwar in iti dispute with Portugal samn paper says that iortngalhas u kc a conteniiec of tin power b eonvoked discus the African nrilivli Not LosingAny Sierp In contrast to tho excited state of popular feeling in Jior anel other cities of 1ortu g il over the action of tie liritish govern inrt the English public is singularly a ntlietic AShilu the excited Portuguese arc marching through the streets howling cursing am in the exuberance of their im potent rago burning British Hags tho stiii1 and stolid Kaglishman calmly pursuer his daily vocation TIio British in llic TngiiS LISBON Jan i British sqiiaiirrn of the jSloiiiterrancan lies been observed entering the Tagun nndthat the nlutei with Tort Jul ian at tha mouth of th river This report has had a quitting upon tha hith erto belligerent Tho Journal ol Commerce I hiorgan ol tiie people entreats the not lo proJons unjustiiiably their antiEnglish nmnilVitations which involve breaches of the peace anel possibly fresh na tional humiliation The Poire intimates thru thu inhabitants of Portugal havo it in tieii power to prevent trmilile a Latin LISBON Jan Heeulo a republican joartial ptiblisiies a maniiesto by tif republicans of Portugal Theprouuncimntc denounces the ultimatum ot the English iov and strongly rccominudi Latin tederatiou us a jueveiiiive of siniilaiacts of aggrc5sieil aiil The mirifevto i very moderate in nol advoeate revolution buratliei1 to the people to feort to inilier measures ai a more of fcctivc of sticees lifo for negro citizens ot a Partisan Organization Tho article of tho constitution on the status of the organization as to polities is as follows This league is a nonpartisan body and any officer or member of the executive committed who shnl attempt lo use this league for political purposes shall be ex polled Any oiiicar of Cr league upon tieins elected to any political office or appointed to the same shall be compelled to resign office in this This was adopted al euiiiniuiMusly or fuc Aildiess j Tlie committee appointed for tis j j pur os hrousht an inidivs wuieh Ij j tiie volo of tli roiiveiieion wii delare 1 ti I sense of delcgaUs After setting font I the objects and aims of the 1 ague tho address upon I he colored people tho wisdom of establishing itgricul tural mechanical and business schools and AfroAmerican banks to engage in coop i oritive industry to educate their hands as j well as their heads and the necessity of mart equal distribution oe tho AfroAmerican pop ulation throughout the country Tho committoa on education brought in a report urging temperaneo legislation the in stitution of Industrial schools in the south and the passage of the Biair bill bj congress j TID last clause in their report arousel a great deal oE objection but it was finally passed Incidents of Debates Chairman Pledger had his hands full reveral times during yesterday keening or der and it was more by his wit than any hing else that ho succeeded At one time i delegate from Pennsylvania insisted upon to a question that had voted upon uiel settleel and would not bo denied until tho chairman said Thog3Utleniail tract for three years He will hereafter be the captain and man ager of the Chicago Brotherhood team at n salary bordering per an The suiatiKe nHisfd Ir Vieidoiffllors and it u e d 1 that the rom Penusylvauia cannot have the oppor Prlcos the Lowest OUR DESIGNS nif but tluliol workirtuiship lowed K icavt1 our 1 ff Henderson Sons iC UhSt FINE FOR THE 0LI DAYS PARVINS 12ti SLroet Drug Store Ordlnniirr An ordiiunce tixinsr the locution of the hay ami market in the city eit Section t IV it oreiiiineel by the commas eoiimilol tliocity ot state of In iliana tiiit it shill lie unltiufiil perseni or ieTiilis to vorlit ullow iinv wiiiroa or cihfivil Ki loiwlexl with vinxl to be tor tlif pnrpeseoi prociiriiiir a rur thrMr thrftor ou an ot 01alleys of sr op as follows i siiUot rixth street from the south of Bomtwiy tit t nmuiiir south a tis tnrceof one iimdred ami sixtylive tiofeet Vint tl person liiuinir lao tare 01 riiy iicr vrikle shall bsu1 the close to the pave junt on tie silo of s di stiver us eIii mentioneil unil cause the Siinie o leiiiuin tntil soUl or otherwise elis posed of oc i It shall lie the duly of the stive corimissoner to cause saul part of street rofcrivU to in sectiem one il of iti is oriiinnnce siiil o iuciifiei in t heroin provuiel to be scirpeel anel cloaneii und the elirt and to tieirioveet or tlisp se1 of such a iinrncr istooause no annuyanco to the cit izens of said city c Auv vrson or persons vioiatmj uny of the of this ordinance or any si c tion shall upon eotivietiem 1Oiore t 10 mayor tlned in any not cx ccedinsr ten oVars t ThU take eftoct ind be in force from an J after its piissiijre anil leiral publication Pissee y eie common courL this ISlU Juy of Decenbor jJ F CrrKN Mayor Attest Joux J TvOGAdT City Clerk Symiuitiiy fiiim Spain MADID Jan proposed public tneotiiii to iieIil ii this city oa Sunday by republicans for the pnrposo of express ing sympathy with tho in their dispute with EngUinel has been abandoned Tiio republicans intend however to visit the Portuguese Jipatlon and leave iheii card i as an expression of sympathy ITEMS FROM THE OLD WORLD Tanner Kicks Lp Another How COKK Jan a meeting ot the board of guardians Thursday a resolution was in troduced expressing full confidonee in Par neil Dr Tanner nieiiibci of parliiunent for MidCork in a speech in favor of the res olutiou took occasion to accuse Smith Barry Conservative member ot parliament for Huntinston who was present of hav ing altempteet to exterminate his tenants in order to obtain the tit o of Lore Barry more Tho accusation creatcel great excite ment nnel a scenic of disorder cnusued dur ing which the chairman left the chair The mayor of Cork assumed tho chair anel re stored order when the resolution was adopt ed unanimously An Ocean Terror That Is Ko Terror Jan has been discovered that the 110ton guns carried by tho 10GOG tjn manofwar Benbow of tho Mediter ranean Qoet arc entirely worthless for thi purposes for which they were designed Thib was intimated some time ago by Postmaster General Raikes vho took occasion in speech o day or two ago to denounce the further expeiulituro of money in theticon struction The statements the guns now put forth by naval experts confirm the assertions of Baikes and havo greatly depressed the enthusiasts who advocit their construction Iree Speccli in n Home Kule Tovrn LtvKRPODL Jan LibcralUnionis iiioeting was held here yesterelay which be gan uneler most favorable auspices but end cl in a row Mr T Y KusselL Unionist member of parlament for South Tyrone at tempted to make a speech but was vigor ously and persistly hissed whereupon he left the platform A tremendous uproar ensued which eivieel in several fist fights and tho in formal adjournment of the meeting Strikes iu liiiglaiHl LONDON Jan strikeof tha shoo makers of Bristol which has bcu ia pro gress for some time has eneiod in favor of the strikers who have gained every point for which they contended The striko of the laborers employed in handling grain at Liverpool is extended auel fears are enter tained that sympathetic strikes of larje pro portions may grow out of it The Small King Out of Dnuger MADRID Jan court physi cians now prououuce ho king out of danger tt appears from their report that the alleged symptoms indicating the presj enco of meningitis never really existeei in his case His disease was simply a gastric disj order of nti unusually severe character j tunityof gathering his harvest Uvica in same season The round of applause which greeted this sally corked up the otetreperoui lielegate Another time an Indiana delegate enraged at being called to order chargeel Pledge vith puUiug in operation the gag law whcr ho latter quietly remarked What I am loing now is as tho chairman and 13 esps lite business If I err as a man lam re sponsible for it outside This suave invita tion to come out in the alley was grcetel so e elesbate on tho preipositioi to emigrate to Africa Brad ford of Ar kansas was oppcscel to tae scheme His itlef was that education iind tho acquisition en property would elLpoj ef the color question What the negro was his rights as o i itizen not exile On the other hand llayuoof South Carolina drew a glowing picturo of mi African ro public recognizeel as a power among na tions lie was opposiou however to compul sory emigratiou J C Price a jiromincut AfroAmericao in tho south and prciilent of scliooi in Salisbury K C was elected presi dent T Thomas Fortune sccritarj Gcurgt H Jackson Cincinnati treasurer H Morris Chicago official attorney Tlircc lliuilj ST JOHN La Jan Holcoml coloreel was hanged hero yesterday for thi murder of Madeline Willis a little colorcc girl Nov 12 1SS9 Holcomb was baptisec yesterday Ho was calm while facing death and protested liis innocence saying that hi was ready to appear before the divine Judge He joined in a hymn begun by the minister and was singing when the drop fell CLIXTOX La Jan andCharle Dcnt coloreel were hanged here yesterday for tho murder oE Mr Praetorius near Ethel La whom they waylaid and shot July i 1SSO The men wens courageous on tha scaf fold Beitb men admitted their guilt j Frank Eruimell the secretary ol the league i I lie lirotlicrliootl Itcjoieis i It pretty well linuwu among the i Brotherhood players thic Couiislzey would i sign and al the Ical staij wore at Silver i Flints waiting for the fuiuv captain About Comiskey put in his appearance at Olel Ilos hostelry Fni Pfeffer Neil soa Jacic isoyie Tip ONeii and several others were on hand Congratulations were ill crlcr For a the boys made merry Our tonm is now complete anel it cant be btnton1 niuoriCLd PtefiVr exultantly You forgot me murmured Silver drvlv going to sign tejo Then the iiinewill be ail right Im o good as the make cm yet AnI the boys agreed witi A Trau of Star Flayers Comiskev is a tall ratliar bleader chap of muscular luid has bright eyes a shaven fac close cropped ltdr anel is J years old He has made p great race with Auson as to tho handling of winning clubs but old Aiso rather brs th bulge on hi They aro both stars ot the higher order however and tho result oi seasons work will lie watcheel with ar eager interest Comislwy will be the cup tain of a team of star pluyers Anton will bo at tho head a congregation of jotni sters with the excepliou of Burns an IIutchinsoL But the captain is equal to th emergency He hrs prestige anel the Nation al league uliiiie liiai Ievsoritl of UK Club The iipmcs of the Brotherhood pluyrs with their positions ureas follows James Ryan centr lield Fred Pleftur second bvse Eel Williamson short Biislian substitute for short stop second or thire base Walter Latham third ba Baldwin Charks Kiiir Uwvcr Hiiii Cliirlcs liii menelatiou for smokf inspector before he produced the and how witness told Wood that it could not be done Hatters ran along this way until Sept 11 when Wood produced the alleged cem tract which he said he obtained from Mr Walter Wellman John R Modems private secretary at Washing ton City upon McLeans telegraphic order Foraker said that tho first thing that sur prised him on the contract was Senator Sher mans signature In the case of Campbells i signature he found upon investigation that j it was signed J E Campbell whereas in a i copy ol a biographical sketch the signature i was James E Campbell Mclvmlcys name looked senuiuc and witness did not think i that Mclvinky would question it if signed to i an honorable transaction The othr names had a few differences from the signatures j Forakcr had seen j When Ilalstoail Saw the Paper i A short time after this witness went to Cincinnati aud saw Murat Halstead Witness j showed Hnstead the paper and 1 he eiii i not know how it ceud be us2il but Hal stead said the Campbell part could be made use of but did not propose any plan there for Witness told Haistead that its use niilit throw the Republican party into con fusion but Haistead did not seem to tiiiukso Wilpicss said he had accepted the paper frcm Wooel without question as tc its genuineness It led to all the mortifi cation he had experienced about this whole matter As any honorable man would he felt mortified to Im I that he had been imposed upon by that paper which in the lisht of subsequent events it appeared shoulel not have deceived him Here the committee adjourned for the day ewenter ATTER ohn Te Mari Fnuil OHIO LEGISLATURE DECIMATED One 3Ioro Member ami A iiotlicr Ooiic Homo lo Die COLUMBUS O Jan grip hasbeei a fearful visitation to members ot theOhic legislature Yesterday at a m Sena tor T O Ashburn died his emly vote in the senato being the ouo he cast Tuesday for Brico He was ijl when he voted with the grip and never left his room thereafter Senators Howells anel Wallace are both sick and Representative Brown has been taken home to Finday to elie Representa tive Taylor of is down sick anel o half dozen of hid coleagues havo got leaves of alseneo on account of fieknoss Sickness basso disrupted and eleehnateel the legisla ture that io important legislation will ba enacud until tiie three vacancies by death are filled and the dozen sick members get well or their successors appear for Infants and Children CaatoTla is so well adapted to childreB that i Castorla cures Colic recommend Ita superior wanypnacripaon I Diarrhoea tc knoTTOtome IL A AJSCHEK M D I 111 So Oxford St Brooklyn N Y S Without injurious medication Tnr CENTAUR COSTAXY 77 Murray Street X V LED UP IN 11UIN Railroad Mistake on a in Ohio THREE OARS SMASHED AND BUENED Ouu hc aistl Otisrr 71fi Sl Scheme to Heat Eight Hours i f Tlie Kiotluiliooit Cioniuls The grovnds anwell located at Thirty eighth street anl Wcntworth avcnuo They belong to the oll Yventworth estates anc ruu north on Wcntworth avenue from Thlr tyfilth street 70 feet They have a wieltl of 430 foe i he main entrance will be oi Thirtytut i sire The grounds are clear and havo bcei put in charge of William Houston theolelgroundkeeper for Spaldiu Very littletilling in will be required am when sodlcdthj field will be iu excvlien shape Acordiii to the plans vhieh ur being drawn thegrand etauel will face north an i will hive a seating capacity of not les than There will bo no bleaching boards it having been decided to put ah the eneier cover Tho total seating ca paeity vail be 8000 They can bo rcacheei by either cable or steam cars The National Lengnc The Chicago National league team consist at present of the following twelve men An son first base anel captain llutchinsoa pitcher Burns third base Nagle iron catcher KittreelgQ from catcher Sullivan from pitcher Coughlin trom Sail pitcher Earl froiu second base Coonej from short stop Wilmot Washington loft field Liuw iron Pittsburgi catcher and fielder Garvin froit city The Chinaman in charge of the partj speaks English and resides in New York He stattid that a firm of contractors in Ten York had sent him west for tho purpose o securing Chinamen who are to be put al work as hodcarriers laborers et It it ii found that Chinamen can perform thi duties required others will be brought eaist The ultimite object is to meet an ciglitlioui strike Tho Indiana Iieii Lavr INDIANAPOLIS Jan a suit to en forco a mechanics lien yesterday morning Judge Howe of the superior court discussec the naw law anel gave it a construction whicl will be of great interest to laborers and ma torial men tlirouglioat the state1 Tho legis laturo attempted tc nrneud the law so as tc make notice to owtiers unnecoissiry but tht i court held that tlio amendmen reason of a clerical error and that the o law is in force shall the latter part of February send the team to Hot Springs for a month or sis weeks1 Another Challenge for John L NEW YOIVK Jan Slavin cable from Lendon to The Police Gazette chal lenging Sullivan to a light far 412500 a side London prize ring rules in America or Europe or to a fight with small gloves Po lice rules for f5OCO a siele at the i Athletic club provided the clut will aid has rosti JloCWO purse to the stakes Slavin i SOoOO forfeit Will Try Oui Laws on Us OTTAVA Out Jan George Tay irosenti a St Lawrence consti notice in the house oC commons failed b that he would introduce a bill to vJ rroiiibit theimportation nliejis under contract or Death oj a FJoucer Lumbertaaii CHICAGO Jan H Ruddock of the lumber firm of Ruddock Seymour of this city received word at last nighl that his father Thomas S Ruddock hac died suddenly in a carriage at Los Angeles Cal the altrnoon ihoiuas S Hud dock was a pioner lumber man of the nortu west an wiJoly known throughout all tat lumber regions Ho vras 72 yeaiis old EIUG was born Massachusetts Hie Uivers OKI a CAIRO Ills Jan water is tei feet above the danger liue at Mount Carniel and the lower portion of the city on the river bank is flooded that business is en tirely suspendeel factories and be ing compelled to close down throwing sev eral hundred men out of work The rivei has fallen Jive inches during the past twenty four hours onuunlessi there is a further rise business will be resumed earlv next week i and immigration oi Olsiss Bottle Trust ia London LoxDOy Jan glass tottle trusfc lioen formed in London by the uniting ot twentythree firms engaged in thei manu facture or sale of glass bottfo with a view to the raidntenance of uniform prices Costly Birds tcli Have on lined rKei Pa Jaix i r ant keepers were prosecuted yesterday foi selling quail out of season Nomio Jones bad 115 birds in har possessioc and wili have to pay a fine of SI 130 Other kejpers will pay simoimts ranging from to S10 ngrotnu us to perform labor in Canada1 The m asura i a facsiniile oi the American statute he cutoreem lit of which at Windsor and Ltier points on the border has raiseu consideribe illfeeling here Yorks Sick List Jan Uxird of health the number of deaths up to noo i vestereby 1SS against Thirty of the deaths vestrelay were catisd by paeuicoiis eleven by bronchitis aud thirty one by consumption The grippo in connec tion with other diseases caused eight deaths Two hundred anel thirty policemen were re ported sick yesterday Tlireatcnetl with Another atrike A DEFEAT FOR CHICAGO The House Semis thu Wcrlls Fair Mattel to Special Committee CITY Jan go a little backset yesterday when the house settled for the time the Uorkis fair fight by laying Spriugrs motion of Thursday to consider on the to 142 Tbi killed Cannons substitute anel by a vote of 141 to 130 tio whole matter wis referred tr a select committee of nine to b appointed by the speaker Springer move 1 to recon sider this but later withdrew bis motiou and the Keiv York Worlds fair bill was introduced and referred Raiiiies of Xeu York offered a resolution increasing tht to thirteen referred to tho rue committee After a discussion of tha Okla homa town site bill the house ueijourneei The sonata Thursday adjourncd to Mon day That Lively Virginia Case FEEDEIHCKSBUBU Va Jan fourth day of the Mary Washington monu ment libel suit opened yesterday morning a 10 oclock Mr Gjorgc W Sheppard tls fcndaut in the suit was recalled Duriiij Sheppards examiuatiou he was asked a ques tion by plaintiffs counsel and upon his reply in the negative Fitzhughgcouusel for de fense in an insolent manner denounced Capt Dcatley as a liar Mr Deatley who was present but who has not yet been placed or the stand here interrupted proceedings by moving toward Fitzhugb but was kept back by his friends Subsequently Capt Deatley said it was an outrage that Fitzhugh should be permitted to imptach tho truthfulness oi a mail before he was sworn and Eaiel that il Fitzhugh repeated his criticism when he was piaceel oil the stand he would thrash Fitz hugh Postponed the Labor Claims WASHIXGTOX CITY Jan house committee on labor at its meeting yesterday took up and discussed tho bill introduced ir the house by Oest providing for the adjust ment of accounts laborers workmen and mechanics arising under the eighthour law The bill was eliscussed at some length and tho committee finally decided to postpone its further cousieleration until the amount nec essary for t he payment of these claims was ascertained Wind Up of a Prolonged Spree WASHINGTON Crrr Jan afternoon a messenger passing 1334 Sixth street saw wilhin the open doorway an old man lyiug apparently unconscious on a couch He summoned assistance and it was discovered that the man had suicided by tak ing laudanum The dead man was Thomas Davis a bookkeeper 53 years old He leaves a widow and several children He drank the laudanum at the end of a prolonged spree Tlic Oklahoma Bill WASHINGTON CITY Jan Okla homa bill is to be reported to the senate Monday to organiza the Oklahoma country into a temporary government by the name of tho territory of Oklahoma but nothing in the act is to be construed to inhibit the gov ernment dividing the territory or changing its bouiielarie the trail badly shaker irisojisii Cifrii J tiic liis Iocly Twc A Blast al rits Insulting In Oiii IJcatll Four rIcu SiiiousljScalilcil Ijy llolteti Sletiil Cliliisiiiii u Missouri ClNXlNNATr Jan The voitibulo train from Chicgo on tho Cincinnati Hamilton and Dayton railroad ran into the Glendale accommodation at College Hill Junction at last evening Conductor Copeley aud Bob Stevenson baggapcmaster were in stantly killed and John Wilson superinten dent of the Metropolitan Insurance com pany was also Jailed Two passengers were badly injured The engineer of the express supposed that the accommodation was out of the block at tho rato thoy were ruixuing and ho bad barely time to reverse bis engine and with his lireiuar jump to tho ground be fore tlity crashed into the rear of preceding them They were up but otherwise uninjured KQLct on til Train In the Glondnb were three passongei cars contiiniug about seventyfive people Thu locomotive of tho Chicago train riL halt way through the rear car of the accom modation piling th passenger cars in a hca one setting tliL oa lire The womotive oi I tha accom modal ion was not eeraile 1 Three i cars cauglt ire and were burned up tht j progress of the flumes bcin arrcateel by j engines from the city ire deparimjut I The Holt of Victims j Tho victims of tho wreck Conduc tor Copeley instantly killed Bob Stevenson j baggagemaster of llaplewood O died after being placed in a patrol agOii Jolir j Wilson superintendent of the Metropolitan Lile Insurance company of Ciucinuaubody burned up James btaley 49 years old oi Carthage 0 trribly burned about the fact and arms Willitm Ivlatiiiz also of Car thago a pimiibr agiel 10 scalp wound and burned hands and arms en bule train seriously hurt the ivipxe oi rue vatietity ot state board certiiiale wii ch he Thompson hi being oie ef tiie members elected by the voto at tho Tunnel precmct Indicting Iottivy Ticket SolloriS CorVMrUf O Jim prand jury y strdny morning indicti seven Tor lliiig Louisiana lottery tickets in thi ctv The action has caused oonsilcrable am in this olass 1ii 1UllMll O Clauss Siran cil ero iostroyod by lire Injured foi1 jliOiVV iit a omo THE MATKETS HICAHO Ope i I OatsNo January ep February d A I riiier of vesti Fatal Accident at n Ulost Furnace CHICAGO Jim furnace No J in operation at tho Illinois S 1 companys works at South Chicago burst yesterday aftj ernoon shortly before 5 oclock Edward Johnsou M years olel was terribly burned externally and badly injured internally He was placed in a patrol wagon but died while on the way to his homo om John son sou of Edward Fr lie Brink I Joscpi Leonarel anel John K ipp were i seriously burned about the leai ud body Many others were scukied by the molten i metal but their injurious are not serious The accident was caused by water coining E contact with the hot iron j Our Mary Will Certainly Marry PAWS Jaii and Mrs di Kavar ro of York cabled yesterday coagrat ulations on their sons engagement Mary Anderson who s at San Remo with Dr Snephards ianiiiy ilr Antonio de Xa varro is at the same place and has beantravi condu Two Passengers Seriously Injured ST JOSEPH JIo Jan Hannibal and St Joseph and tho Rock Island passen ger trains collided hero yesterday morning The coaches on the Rock Island and the en giiie oi the other train wore wrecked Sev eral passengers on the Rock Isimd train were injured two seriously Thy are Frajk Triniball of Atchison Kan and Jos b Galley of Beliinapla both injured inter nally Walker lilaincs Funeral CITT Jan uneralof Walker Elaine today was a simple ceremony Private services which the praident and members of the cabinet and intimate fricnds attended were held at the Blame mansion j Lafavette square at a m The re mains were then taken to tho church of the Covenant where the public services began at 11 oclock Seats in the boly of the church were reserved for uictjibrs of the family and relatives for ta2 resident and cabinet the diplomatic cor u 1 senators and representatives TUe Ilv Hamlin cted tho torvicis both at mansion Tho were ilm Mi js v oUV cloeil H ni and clow I i ci iM LardIcnuary epencd aud locj L v t fo lowin thequota tions a irnii yini i t oiHiied v live an firoi priee jc higher lislit traJes io tSJO Ulixeil lot J lnivy fackiiiii and shipping lots CattleSteady becveS bulk iod cows tlK Sin cp muttons iSW 041 torn fed western j47i j a 5 Preiduec creaiucry 23 5Tc i It linest dairy stock Tiirlc fresh ITfi V doz ice house 145lUc Live ftx turkeys yj10 ducks iW ticcse 000 ti doz of Hebron We V bu on track common and mixed lots to tancy V per toy New York YORK Jan IT red winter 80 cash do Jau narr 85Kc do February fc4c do March do April 8SMc do ilay 8SJ4C Corn o zaircd cash do January 38c Otj February uo March do May Xo Xlc cash Oo Tailvary 6J6c do Jlay 2r4 mess SIOSUSS 1100 for new February llarch iC31 ilay SC42 Live tock about steady poor to Inir steers SStOStW per 100 Ibs bulls Siieep and for both sheep nd iambs eheep 1 mbs steady thimer on Haekeys lines to talk of another strike as they say it shows bad faith on ilatxkeys part The objection to Dean is ho wanted to take out a train during tho strike CoopridM Surrenders BRAZIL Ind Jan Coop One keejper rider who shot dead J Hiller deputy mar shal at Clay City has surrendered He that he was justified ia the shooting as Jlil l3r advanced on him with a revolver saying he was going kill him ilinn Jan J Blether of The Tribune has bought out the interest of E T Bennstt in Th Tribune Star which is the evening edition of Thf Tribune and now controls botn papers George E Shaw will continue as editor of The TribuneSar wood The remains View csnaetery iijtrred at Oak railnre at Cliicagro CHICAGO Jan W H Haya Manufacturing company dealers and manu facturers of and harness hardware failed yesterday Liabilities SS5000 Another at Slclcna i HELENA MontJan petition for a writ of naandanms was fiied in the supreme court yesterday by the attorneys of William Thompson member of the Republican hous from Silver Bow coua y to compel Auditor Kenney to issue him a warrant for per Uiotr and mileage The case has baen set for Monday morning The action is brought foi Itssupro cellence provn r m 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