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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - January 20, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                LOGANSPORT DAILY PHAROS MONDAY EVENING 20 1890 NO JOHN BRAYS CORNEK ON Of every kind They must go rain or shine We have too many of them and we must rid of them no matter what it costs to iio so PLEASE COME At once and make your selections as we will not be able to wait on half the cus tomers next week but will have extra help and do the best we can D A UlHEMElXTH IOLANB OPERA HOUSE WJf DOLAN MANAOKK OWK NIOOT OMLY BASED ON BULLION The Administration Silver Ready for Congress Bill TEXT OF WDJDOMS NEW MEASURE THURSDAY 23 LJfflDlHB The Light Laughing Kollleklng Play thftt EVERYBODY LffflGH MuggB Land lag not boon at LoBarsport years but the people who saw the flay then will testify to tho merits of tho play 5rae of PricesDrew Circle 75c Parquetfe WcBlconv25c Socs now on sftlo at Kocs HOBS drujc store Wanted rcsidance property on cus Higb east North or Broadway street Price not to exceed Wuuted residencn on Spear and Quorgc atzeera Prices vary from to residence on west Spear street Irict not to exceed Wanted residence on Westsida Price from to Forsulu desirable residences on east Broadway For sala desirable residence on east North street For sao desirable residences on tbe YVestside For sale cheap two residences on OIno street For sale desirablo residence at biw Spefir street For sale in Weatend addition on 3S8V pavments For lale 9fc acres In Eaatend and 80 acres in the Westond For trade farms for city property For trade city property for city prop arty or for farms For trade farms of all kinds for mar cbniidise For trade grove in Florida For DHfUculars enquire of M Pension and Real Estate Agent Elliott Block Lognnsport Ind M GORDON BA KKOEGKU KROBBERi KODKE YSlKAIN Undertaker ICi Broadway ScUpboneNo63 Calls Promptly flfcteriuEfl bo Day or FURNITURE Prices the Lowest Heport on tho Subject Condensed Into tho Form of a Interesting Testimony In the Ohio BallotBox For Bery Version of the Crook Indiana Representative on Reeds wltu tllie Grippe to Fight WASHINGTON CITY Jan follow ing is the text ot the administration bill prepared by Secreitary Windom embodying tho silver measure proposed In his annual report nnd which will be introduced in both tbe houseand senate at the earliest oppor tunity A bill authorizing the issue of treasury notes on deposits of silver bullion Be it enacted any owner oi silver bullion tho prodnot of tho mines of tbe United States or of ores smelted or re fined In tho United States may deposit the same at any coinage mint or at any irsriy office in the United States that tho secretary of the treasury may desiguate nnd receive therefor notes hereinafter provided for equal at the date ot deposit to the net value of such silver at the market price such priC3 to be determined by tho secretary of tho treasury under rules and regulations prescribed basid upon the price current in tho leading silver markets of the world but no deposit consisting in whole or in part ol silver bullion or foreign silver coins imported into this country or bars resulting from melted or refined foreign silver coins shall be received under the provisions of this act uStc the secretary of the treasury shall cause to bo prepared treasury notes in such amounts as may bo requited for the purpose of the above section and in such form and denomination as he may proscribe provided that no notes shall be of a denomi nation less than nor more than Sec the notes issued nnder this act shall be receivable for customs taxes and all public debts and when received into the treasury may bo reissued and such notes when held by any national banking association shall bo counted ai part of its lawful reserve Sec the notes issued under tho provisions of this act shall beredeemed upon demand at the treasury of the United States or at the office of an assistant treasurer of tho United States by the of a certificate of deposit for the sum of the notes so pre sented payable at ono of tho mints of the United States in an amount of silver bullion equal in value on the date of said certificate to tho number of dollars stated therein at the market price of silver to bo determined as provided in soctioji 1 or such notes may be redeemed in gold coin at the option of the government provided that upon demand of the holder such notea shall be redeemed in silver dollars Sec when the market price of silver as determined by tbo secretary of tho treasury shall Si for 37125 grains of pure silver it shall be the of the secretary of the treasury to refuse to receive deposits of silver bullion for thj purposes of this act Sec it shall b3 lawful for tha secretary of tha treasury with the approval of the president of the United States to sua pond temporarily the receipt of silver bullion for treasury notes at any time when ha is satisfied through conibinations or spec ulative manipulation of the market tha price of siver is arbitrary nominal or fictitious tho silver bullion deposited under this act represented by treasury notes which have been redeemed in gold coin or siver dollars may bo coined into standard silver dollars or other denomina tions of silver eoin now authorized by law for the purposo of replacing tho coin usod in the redemption of tho notes so much of the act of Feb 88 187s entitled An act to authorize the coinage of the silver dollar and to restore Italegal tender character as requires the monthly purchase and coinage in silver dol lars of not less than nor more than worth of silver bullion ia hereby repealed any gain or seigniorage aris ing from tho coinage which may be executed under the provisions of this act shall be accounted for and paid into tho treasury provided by existing law silver bullion received uudei the provisiens of this act shall be subject to the requirements of existing law and the reg ulations of the mint service governing the methods of receipt determining tho amount oJpure silver contained and tha amount of charges or reductions if any to be made Sec nothing m this aet shall be construed to prevent tho purchase from time to time as may ba required of silver bullion for the subsidiary silver coinage Sec a sum sumcinnt to carry out the provision of this act is hereby ap propriated out of any money in the treasury not otherwise appropriated Sec 13 all acts and parts of acts inconsistent with the provisions of this act are hereby repealed Sec this act shall take effect thirty days from and after its passage ularly desirous of obtaining the autographs of Soaators irUFherson and Stockbridge Tue Immortal Wood Appears The next witness was Richard G Wood tor whom everybody was waiting He ad mitted having procured the forgery of papers printed in The Commercial last fall purporting to be a contract for stock in ballotbox company the names being writ ten from autographs on slips of paper which he provided by Mr Mill ward of Cincinnati in the office of Solicitor Murray of the Hall Wood BallotBoi company Wood told Mllward that he wanted tho paper to trads for what is called the Georgo Top latter which might have injured tho Republican cause There was some trouble about get ting an admission from witness that ha pro cured the forgery but ho finally clearly ad mitted that fact In doing this however ha gave his version of his connection with Gov ernor Foraker whom be had known for fif teen years Another Version of tbe Matter He said that Jim Foraker the governor brother first suggested that he Woods could probably get the smoke inspectorship and spoke of a number of telegrams which passed between him and tha governor none of which ho now possessed Ha said that Governor Foraker suggested to him that ho could do o little hustling for him hustling that Wood said tho governor wanted was the procurement of e document drawn up in Ben ButterworBis which tha governor wanted to use against Butter worth because the lattejE was fighting him and endeavoring to prova that he was dis reputable The governor so Wood said proposed to head this off by proving that Buttcrworthwasdisreputable Woods whole tastimony on this branch was directed tc prove that Governor Foraker had wanted the paper to get even with enemies In his own party and that he did not seem to care how he did it When asked however ii Foraker had knowingly entered into a con spiracy witness said he had not Governor Foraker said he did not desiro to question witness and the committee adjourned PULPIT PLEADINGS Evangelist Moody on Reaping What You Sow SOME ILLTTSTEATIONS FEOM LIFE OUR DESIGNS PE NEW None but bwt workmanship al lowed to leave our THE BALLOTBOX INQUIRY 303 4thSt FINE PERFUMES FOR THE HOLIDAYS PARVINS 12th Street Drug Store Conclusion oJ Gov Ioriiihers Wood Goes on Stand CITY Jan ballot box Investigation was tho leading attraction Saturday as it was expected that Wood hini sel would testify and tho expectation was not a mistaken one ExGovernor Foraker closed his testimony early in the day The most interesting part of it was where he ex plained why ho was willing to the paper when he found such names as Senator Sher man on it He said ho had uo reason to doubt the genuineness of the He admitted that he was astonished and said that when he saw Shermans signature he was almost willing to believe anything of anybody He had not communicated with any of the gentlemen because Sherman and Buttwvrorth were abroad at the time and it was a delicate matter to writs HcKinley wkose signature seemed genuine about a matter so grave as this especijdly as he be lieved the signature was all right After the facts came out hs dropped Wood thought Campbell was guilty because he did not deny the charge instantly and because instead of doing so Campbell had denounced witness as a scoundrel He ought that Halstoad who was opposed to Wood being made inspector should have been more sus picious than he During the closing part of tho testimony the governor became and denounced Wood who was stand lag near as a lorger and scoundrel William L Walters oi tjtica ilich took tha stand He said that at Woods request be procured a copy of the ballotbox bill for Something Kew on the Kail WASHINGTON CITY Jan Tho Pennsyl vania Railroad company has decideu to im prove the facilities of its limited express trains and add to their conveniences by in troducing a stenographer and typewriter for the service of the passengers A youngman expert in both branches of his profession i will be placed on each train between Now York and Pittsburg to take the dictation and transcribe on the typewriter tho correspon dence of passengers who desire to a vail them selves of his services By this means a busi ness or professional man can attend to hia correspondence en route Cheadle Heada the List WASHINGTONCITY Jan Chicago Herald correspondent telegraphed his paper last night the story that Lodge of Massachu setts says that Speaker Reed has a list of the men who raised a row when they did not get what they wanted on the commltteesi SaysLodga He tha speaker divided tsa soreheads into threa classes the first ot which were marked K as an abbreviation for kicker the second was marked H K I for hard kicker and the third degree is K H 1C or of a hard kicker ChaaUat6t Indiana heads the H H Ks Proceedlnes in the House WASHINOTON CUT Jon house met at 1 p m Saturday that hour having boon fixed in ordac to psrinitihfl attend Mr Walker Elaines funeral St Louis Worlds fair bill was introduced The ballotbox investigators wore granted permission to sit during tha sessions of the house A Lill was introduced to refer ques tions of law growing out of the Silcott de falcation to the court oi claims Tho rast of the day was spent in commlttea on tha Okla homa town site bill which was pending at adjournment More Officials Bowu with ia Grippe WASHINGTON Cixr Jan Blame brother of Secretary Elaine is quits ill with pneumonia and wjis unable to attend tio 1uuoral of his nephew Walker BJaino Saturday Assistant Secretary Batcheller of the treasury department who has been down with the grip for several days does not improve Harwell Dons War Paint WASHINGTON CITY Jan doubl longer exists so it is said that it is the in tention of Senator Farwell to oppose con firmation of the nomination of John M Clark The senator has concluded that there la no other course left open to him no mat ter what Senator Cullom may decide to do SEQUEL TO THE CRONIN TRIAL One of tho Prosecutors Goes Violently Insane in Texas NEW ORLEANS Jan TimesDemo crats special says that one of Judge Longe neckers assistants in the Cronin trial at Chi cago was brought to the Sautaroa hospita last night in an insane condition Tho man is possessed of the hallucination that thi ClaunaGael is after him with knives drip ping with blood He becomes so violent a times that it is found necesisary to place Sim hi a straight jacket Tho name of the man could not be learned last night though it is known that one of the Cironin prosecutors was coming from Dallas yesterday and wen stark mad on the train He had left Chicagi to go south for his health IJynea Says Its fi Hoax A CHICAGO Jan Lavqer Hynes de clares the above a hoax He says the one o the attorneys who assisted to proswute th Cronin case who is not in the city Is Kick bum Scanlan and ha is eist on his brida tour Tliat Warrant Served on Powderly SCBAKTON Pa Jan Master Workman Powderly was well enough walk out Saturday and the warrant for hi arrest sworn out by Callaghan servec upon him by Constable Moran Fowderl at once proceeded to Alderman Fullers ol flee with his attorney JosjiJS OBrien nnc gave bail in the sum of answer in th Westmoreland court Governor Has Grippe SPRINGFIELD nis Jaa Fifer was compelled to leave the execntiv office at noon Saturday having every symp tom of la grippe and is confined to the mai sion His secretary Col Reeves has been confined to his room for a week past Man other citJiens are reported in a precarious condition Judge Knickerbockers Successor SPBiNoniELD Ills Jan Fifer Saturday appointed Christian C Kohl 1 aat to succeed Judge J oshua C Snicker bocker as probate judge of Cook county C Eohlsaat was bom neicr Albion Edwards county Jlia Jan 13 1S44 and hence is years of age An Exemplification mat Would Not Go in tbe Cases of Boodlers and Election Crooks Some Consolation Tor Those Wlio Are the Victims of Refugees in Marriages and Womans Sphere In the tabor oJ Gospel CrnOAdO Jan thousand peoplu assembled at the Chicago Avenue church last evening to hear tlie great evangelist Dwight L Moody deliver one of his characteristic sermons Tha text was taken from Gala tians vi 7 For whatsoever a man so weth that shall ho also reap The immense con gregation sang O Happy Day and a beau tiful duet entitled 0 Morning Light wai cuug by two members of tha choir After tha singing of a solo entitled My Trundle Bed the great preacher bagan his discourse The sermon was repleta with entertaining fqgfry illustrating tha text Isa spoke to eJS3 length OQ the sin of adulttry and pro nounced it the greatest of crimes Evidently Wasnt a Boodlor A man said he was seut to prison for four years for committing a crime while he was intoxicated He released a short time ago His friends would not rec ognize him on tha streets when he lifted his hat or put out his hand to them He tried to get employment at his old place but could not Did it not take him longer to reap thau it did to sow Ask any prisoner in the jail or penitentiaryif it is not true A Wealthy Mnnl Retribution A hind owner near CJeveland Ohio onca objected to having a railroad track laid across his farm but the law allowed it and the track was laid Some time afterward an obstruction was placed on tha track and a fearful wreck occurred This man was ar resJed and sentenced to the penitentiary for life at hard labor for committing the deed His land ia the meantime increased in aluo and ho by and by became a million re But his riches did him no good He ierl in prison a short time agO of cancer in he face after spending thirtysoven and a olf years of his life there Did it not taka im a long whila to reap Sufferings of an Embezzler A few years ago at a service which I was onduetiug in this very place a man steppod p to mo after I had dismissed the congrega oa and with a hunted look on his faca he aid to ma in frightened scarcely audible ones Can I see you alone for a minuter to appeared greatly agitated so I led him nto a side room nnd he turned and locked ae door after us Then taking me by the rrn lie said in a whisper Oh Sir Moody am a fugitive criminal I nave been hiding wijthjay wife and children Chicago I took of county xDds iutrustod loj my cars and sold them tanking I could redeem them by speculation am here in Chicago in disguise The poor mu trembled before mo as he asked me what to do Ive been in hell for the last ew months Tell me what to dol cried he No Nepenthe Canada And now let me telljou ifyou think that ho criminals who escape by running off to Canada aro happy youare much mistaken hey all suffer They all reap as this man ras then reaping He said that ha could ot get away from himself that ho would givo himself up to justice if it vrere not for is wife and childron But he could nos make them suffer I agreod to meet him test day at Far well haU at 18 oclock but ie sent me a note stating that ho had acted a my advice and would give himself up and that very night he went back to Mis souri to his home where he hid himself for i week In his own housie Tlie Evangelists Plea 5iuccessrnl He wanted to givo himself up He didnt ike to be arrested All afflictions arc noth ng to compare to such suffering He coultj not even kiss his own children At the end of the week ho came out embraced his fjuu ly and going directly to tha sheriff rousai him up at daylight and pleaded guilty He was sent to the penitentiary for nineteen years I went to the governor of Missouri and pleaded to him lyr mercy and at last jot him out That man will always reap Will he not Honor to Parents Tho speaker pleaded with the young men present to honor their parents and said that the child who by his folly causes his poor mother to grievo her life away was far worse than the murderer Yes said he ldont think that alrthe murderers are pun ished He told of tho train that was saved a man who discovered a landslide at a certain dangerous point on a railroad trade iow he secxired a red lantern and went to sijjnal the approaching train His light was blown out and he had no matches He saw the train rushing on to destruction In his oasta he stumbled hi the darkness and f ail ing broke his leg Tho Shattered Lantern The lantern was shattered He gathered up the broken pieces and crawling up the embankment for the approaching train As it came up he throw the pieces of tba lantern straight into the cab of the lo comotive and they struck the engineer In the face and fell at his feet He Instantly that something was wrong and stopixu liis train just in time to save it from destruction And now concluded Mr Moody I hurl the broken lantern in your faces O sinners Will you heed the warn ing and save yourselves After the sermon the entire congregation joined in singing Jesus Is Calling for You Many hundreds accepted the invitation of the preacher and remained for the experi tnce ranting after services THE MARRIAGE RELATION A Detroit Divine Tells How to Make It m Happv One CHICAGO Jan A F Frost of the New Jerusalem Detroit preched in New Church Temple Van Buren street east of Wabash avenue yesterday morning and evening in place of the regular pastor L P Mercer Mr Frosts subject last evening was Womans Mission or The Secret of a Happy Marriage His text embraced the greater portion of the first and second chap ters of the book ot Genesis The miniwter davoted a largo part of the first half of his scirmon to proving the intellectual superi ority of man over woman and of womans greater capabilities for love and affection He spoke of the felicity ft happy mariitiges and of the misery resulting from mismating couples Should Fray for Guidance Mr Frost spoke at some length on subject of frequent and devout prayer to the Lord that He would gnide them each to suitable husband and wife Those contem plating marriage should consider well tho desirability of a similar age rank tastes disposition and aims in life It is especicallly important that they hold the same religious views UutlM of the Sexes Here the speaker touched the employments proper for man and woman He said In the marriage relation there are duties prop er to the husband and other duties proper to the wife and the wife cannot ussumo the du ties of the husband nor the husband those of the wife so as to perform them aright This Is taught by these words The woman sbal not wear that which pertaineth unto the man nsither a man put on a womans garments for all that do so are abomination unto the Lord thy God1 Woman In tHe Factories It is a wrong tendency in human life which urges women to show that they ian do whatever a man can do and do it as well or that they are the intellectual equals of man Tlie women in tho stores factories offices and other places of business in life ore forcing thousands of men out of employ ment doing their work at great cost of health strength and sometimes of womanly refinement and modesty for half what the men can and ought to recejve for doing it and work which the men xmght to do ind lion easily do becauso created to io it Ii woman from necessity must earn wages let her seek duties as far as possible in the homes of tha land where she is needed and where she will be happier Jewenter THE CREDIBILITY gFTHE GOSPEL Word Bev J H foi Speaks Ulble History CHICAGO Jan Tho Rev J H Bar rows began lost evening at the First Presbyte rian church the flrst of a series of lectures on the sabject Are the Gospel Historiei Credible A large and highly appreciative audience listened to Dr Barrows clear enun ciation of his belief If the gospel history is true if Christ came into the world to res cue men ami at last vindicated his divinity by rising from the dead began Dr Bar rows then historic Christiany is true and ought to bo accepted A General Review of the Subject The lecture was more of a general intro duction than a production of facts The speak er said that more than eighteen centuries agothe shrewd Jewish counsellor Gamalie 1 hac said of Christianity If this work be oi men it will be overthrown but if It be oi God ye will not be able to overthrow it Never before has the gospel history so widely accepted It is difficult to ex plain the noonday without granting thai there has been a sunrise This gospel his tory was preached as true at the very dawn of Christianity and on its truth have been built up institutions which have come down to onr times We write today 1890 thereby recording the fact that 1890 years have passed since the coming of Christ among men Not the Product of Imagination The presumption in favor of the truth 01 the gospel history is the fact that it centers in the life of such a matchless being as Christ It is impossible to consider him a JBie product of the imagination of the rudi fishermen of Galilee They were not com potent to frame such a character All the great men of history hud accepted Christ as some being more than human he is too mighty to havo boon product of fancy and too great to be only a legend or a dream Dr Barrows quoted as an incontrovertible argument the fact that in the nineteenth century the most intelligent and Christianity had gained 210000000 adherents a littlo more than in all the other combined eighteen centuries HATTER MISERY ON PARADE Doleful Procession for don to Ponder Lon objected iinvi said lha pries was too j IxirnvHsrarr Tho artist oppressed his regret I bis terras wire too high for the royal 1urso and begged her niajosty to accept tho picture as a gift The queen highly indig nant wrote a check at one Asking u Uig Increase iu Wages i BERLIN Jan central miners THE LOCKEDOUT GAS MEN WALK j committo at Essu has addressed a demand to the Mine Owners association for 50 per cent increase in wages eight hours labor a day and the payment of wages in biweekly instalments Tbcro is no indication that tha Have Their Elegant Sunday Best Disturbed by an Army of Starving Worklngmen A Bankrupt Vienna La dles Tailor Takes a Disastrous Jour an Artist Brought Spains Queen Recent to Book LONDON Jan peaceful and con tented portion of Londons population had its nerves shocked again yesterday by a masters will coucedo thes3 rHouktsli 3Ianuacripts IMseovercd LOJTDOS Jan number of monkish manuscripts of great value have been discov ered in Brunswick Germany These docu ments Onto back to 1500 and contain te as merely Ua coujeotura The Kaiser nnd tuo Newspapers LWDOX Jan Emporor WiliisciJ order against Tho Zitun and other loo indcpcudont journals not only excludes them from tha royal palaces au1 elTioes but prohibits their circulation among UH army or at least in the barracks DcatH of an Kxlthig HOME Jan Amadeo iluko ot Aosta brother of King Humbert ani ex king of Spain dieJ at Turin at 7 oclock Saturday evening of pneumonia resulting from iniluenzi Princo Amadeo wai In his year Iliu Gladstone LOKDOX Jan Mr GluU ouo will tiij month oC February nt Oxford where ho will remain in strict scciusiou de voting his time to writisis articles lor En glish anil American reviews Knnxe Admitted to Ball CHICAGO Jan Kunze the little origin of conjugal love and passed on to German Cronin suspect was admitted to bail preparation for marriage On this be Saturday in JoOOO bonds furnished by a iajj marriages are from tha 13rd dima museum man Kurze wijl ahow bon ne procured a copy oi me uauoioox cm ior coma museum man Kunze wiu afcow turn a to the latter and also about thirtyfive auto at 10 cents a head ia th muMUra for L rSl Liberal as to Suuilay MINNEAPOLIS Minn Jan 20 The preachers of this city made yesterday a day for pleas for a Christian Sunday Many of them wero radical in their views and partic ularly severe on tho Sunday newspaper but Rev W S Shannon of the Christian church was more liberal He said There are Sunday laws and there is Sunday law lestoess We think the laws are rigut and lawlessness wrong People who are not Christians are no more bound to the Chris tians day of worship than they are to his communion table It is our duty first to Christianize the people and then the Sunday question will settle itself Seven days hi the week fiftytwo weeks in the year makes tha man nt the throttle or the composing stick e slave The preacher finds thousands of men who plainly tell him that they have no time to go to Heaven Until Christian people can forego their prejudices they have poor grounds for grumbling at Sunday papers and railroad corporations When the peo ple who ride permit the people who drive to pray with them we will have a Christian Sunday Believe in OldFashioned Hades CHICAGO Jan Rev Mr Probst at the Westminster Presbyterian church preached on the oldfashioned idea of hell In stating his belief in a literal hell he said that if you defied the law of fire you were burned to cinder If you transgressed the law that governed water your draggled and bloated corpse floated down with the current Violate Gods laws and you must suffer What Jesus Christ said was a warning It was awfully shocking to our nerves Sin was opposed to Gods laws ane would be punished The speaker be lieved that Christ meant everything he said and that the real meaning was worae than the figure He believed the punishment would be far more excruciating than was in dicated by the figure used It was the soul that suffered not the body Ifeeroes Employed at Punxsutawney PtTNXs tTTAWSEY Pa Jan 20 About sixty negroes were brought here Friday and put to work loading coke at Walstron under a strong guard of Pinkerton police The action created considerable excitement among the miners and an open air meeting was held Saturday afternoon There were between 600 and TOO present and they voted solidly to flght the strike oat on the old lines Quelling Trouble In Brazil NEW YOBK Jan One of diaries It Flints correspondents afc Rio Janeiro de ncribing the revolt among the troops on Dec 15 says that when the trouble broke oat the news was telephoned to the minister of war with a request for instructions The laconic order came back over the wire Shoot them down And it was done Mntrie tbe Base BalUst Bobbed Nsw 5TOBK Jan 20 Burglars entered James Mutries residence at New Brighton Friday morning and stole a small sum of money and a gold watch which Mr Mutria prized very highly as it was present from some of his base ball friends A Touts German Xoble Dying NBW YOBX Jan Robert Von PaMr kamer son of the Baron Von Pntticamer who was recently minister of finance in Gir naany is dying of consumption at Bellevua demonstration on of that portion formation hitherto accepted which is not contented and not always so ditwnal or a matter peaceful Tho persons who thus rudely in terrupted the quiet observance of the day were the gas rather the esgas they are no longer workers nor even strikers Their places at tho gas works havo been rilled and they ore literally locked out To be locked out in London is almost equivalent to a sentence of slow death by starvation A Ghastly Sort of j It has been thought that tjeso men had lost their identity as gas workers or strikers or any thing but staple units of the great mass of unemployed for the strike was over and forgotten weeks ago Thus the once of this organized body of unfortunates had a some what uncanny effect something like tho appearance of tho ghost ot that which had been buried out of sight When the exgas workers entered Hyde Park in grim profession peopla wondered whether the riotous actions of tho great labor demon strations of a year ago were to bo repeated The Bobbies made suro of their batons and tho Johnnies remembered that engage ments called for their presenco elsewhere at once Showed Their Woo to Hie Elite The procession with bands playing mourn ful airs and banners oi doleful legend flying above then niovoJ past ttj mansions in tha west eud and vus given the rigbt of way as unanimously as if it beau composed of es caped smallpox patients The marchers scowled anjfrily at the swells who gazed on them from the windows of private mansions and elubs and many were the harsh epi thets flung out by the sullen hopeless al most desperate men At soms movements were made if to stone tha windows of the clubs and it was only by the energetic efforts of the leaders among whom were some of the coolest heads and shrewdest of the labor agi tators of London that outbreaks were pre vented So that on the whole the demon stration was an orderly one and London can congratulate itsolf of having again put off the evil day which so many prophesy as inevitable The east eud again absorbed its delegations of Les Miserable and tha west end went to church o congressmen Wood being partiisj time j about it should made by taem I peted lif and Ii hospital dying of He has lead a roving and dlitri BRITTLE BECAUSE HE WAS BROKE A Vienna Ladies Tailor Takes a Novel Trip to Paris PARIS Jan Zeitunger tho fashionable Vienna ladies tailor having de cided to come to Paris without paying his fare on account of failure in business con structed a packing cas3 in the form of a pyramid with a flat top as the Ed which was fastened inside by a bolt and half filled with straw He provided himself with bread sausages and some bottles of water The case was marked on the oiitskh This side up Brittle He then ordered the carmen of the railway company to fetch the pack age and jumped in himself The jolting on the journey was awfui Sometimes he was left alone for hours nearly stifled under piles of goods He reached Paris after a terrible journey of sixty hours nearly dead and was arrested by the custom house officers and prosecuted for defrauding the railway com pany 5arlboroogh on Absenteeism LONDON Jan articles pub lished by the duke of Marlborough railing agcinst the Irish landlords have raised a storm of howls from the Tory ranks Marl borough accuses the Irish landlords of fla grant neglect of their most sacred duties in spending all of their surplus cash in London or on tbe continent and not a psnny on their estates with tha result that while the holdings of their tenants become less valua ble their rents advance the high rates being sustained by the constantly increasing needs of the indifferent and profligate landowners Little Abo Lincoln LONDON Jan Abraham Lin coln who has been lying at the point of death in Versailles for the last ten weeks was brought to London Friday as the only means of saving his life The incompetence of French physicians has been a drawback to his recovery ever since tha blander of one oi them in operating upon the carbuncle lait the boy low Sunday morning he was much better and Dr Jones thinks recovery L probable though the boy is still very sick Their lot Not a Happy One LOKDOS Jan last fortnight has been an unhappy one for Irish editors nine of whom within that time have been sen tenced to terms of imprisonment for viola tions of the coercion law while one has been imprisoned in England for libal and a Lon don correspondent has been amerced in the Stan of for a similar offence Alto gether the life of a newspaper man in the British dominions is not a uniformly pleas ant one Artist Got His Price MATttirn Jan little while ago Spanish painter was commissioned to paint likeness of the king Ha did so an 19T mooo MIGHT HAVE BIDED HIS TIME A rattier miJ Daughter Try to Ittll Tbem MClvcs and a Llttlo Girl BUFFALO N Y Jan Fran Feirlcy a German shoemaker 74 yoars oJ living with his daughter Mrs Myers a and her 10yearoM Uuili tcr ut 47 CypreM street early yesterday morning becoming despondent proposed to LU laughter that they end nil their troubles by poisoning themselves and Foirley having some oxaltc acid in tho house the coffee and alt drank it the chil I jirtjf tiis only ijrhor1 ant of what she wnd in j Folrloya cleOt MS for recovery an small Tin ii apparently til inot It Li tjo lUlo jjirl will rocovar DROWNED IN AN ILLINOIS SLOUOH Four Men Kn llouto to a Their Julvoe OQIJAWKA Ills Jan Silas Traey Charles Wiljon and Alerandcr Whitomoro of Gladstone III vrere drowned in Grlswolds slough near Burling ton Saturday aigriit Tiy sturtoi fora dance but their team bocainu unmanageable and backed tuo wagon over the bank and broko through tha ico Tho body of Freed recovered Both horsas wore rowned AnotUer Tlio London Times DESVER Colo Jan is stated on ood authority that an Englishman who ii xjpping here under the namo of Murray it n agont of The London Times and of Capt Sheas lawyer in the divorce suit wherein arnell is corespondent Murray called n several prominent Irishmen but all have efused him a hearing though he exMblted credentials from tho British foreign fllcc and a letter from the manager of nimes The Weather We 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