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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - February 3, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                LOGANSPO 3 1890 There are many white soups ipresented to be iust as good as the Ivory They are not but like ill counterfeits they lack the peculiar and remarkable qualities of the qc mi inc Asklbr ivory Soap and insist upon having it Tis sold everywhere HEEDS PLAIN TALK The Speaker Goes in Radical Change for a SHIS OBJECT DISTINCTLY STATED Majority UogardlesH Minority tho Purpose tlie Kcpul Argument In Heeietnry BUiine in Mourning The Death oli Sirs of House Heavy al Nutes WASHINGTON CITY Feb tteed last night made tho following statement in i ii tense of his on the question ot a iiiorum i Mr CurlisJu was entirely right when ha 1 uid in substance that he decision of tho house that u quorum was constituted to do i business when 1 majority of the house was 1 present would change from tho foundation the method of loinbusiness We eertain iy will do so for it will enable the majority oTtd by the psopla to rule ly their own i vtes and not by the sufferance by the mi i nority Tho rule of the majority is at the base of our government it it bo not is vain and we are yet in which consisted of simply a blank pieoe OL npor inclosing a card bearing oa one siclo a Confederate flag on the other the inscrip tion Bah Another via EO badly written as to be indecipherable The following let ter written on a business firms letterhead reached the senator Saturday from trgil Ga dated Jan 30 1SOO II S SESITER IXGALIS Washington L c we wouici morc cheerfully pay 52000 toward burning every newspaper and their editorsthat publishes your fool speeches that we pay 2 cents to carry this to you You are certainly the most cursed bellbeat fool on earth and how a crowd can waste the time listening to you can be accounted tor only that they are U 8 scniters Cur es timation that body goes down nearly time we hear from it Wo can con gratulate you on being a successful or lucky maniac You are lucky that you find fools to tolerate you That the devil u crowded with such as you is evident or ho would have taken you alive Yours truly Sinal B NIBLACK Co NO WAY OF ESCAPE A Fire at Boston Resuits Eleven Deaths in very JOHH BRAYS Corner ollowins Standard tlr rulPour faith our Itevi of llu Old Method at the practical working oC tlieother PROCEEDINGS IN THE HOUSE SaUinluys tittle PissenM No New An Agreement WASHINGTON CITY Feb Tbe house Saturday got through the lilibiistering sea son somewhat quicker thu ou the other days and in time Cor Crisp to speak against th seating of Smith Kowell is favor thero aiid OFerraH against An agreement narto that the easo should ba debated for six Mondaythrea hours for h but no tima for a vote wns fixed THE FLAMES SEIZE ON THE STAIKS And Drive Scores of Tenants to tlie Up per rcojilu Jump from tli Explosion in a Coal Six Miners at Kcnoslia Vis auil Cremation at grntion BOSTON Mass IVo iiShortly after midnight yesterday morning the dwollin house 50 to 25i North street occupied by MaiircjRubeys clothing stov tin first door oud by ledgers chiefly Italian lunn lies on th thre uppi timers was gutted by fio which is SJppoiCJ to havo originated ii The flames spediiy cut off escape tho stairway and the inmate ist On tho Corsets Dr Oraline Tumlem Good Health Nursing Icrfcclioii W Dr Bulls Kiibo Corset Thompsons Glove Fitting IM Duplex Corset Dr Warners Misses Corset Childrena Corset P s Lho above excel lent brands of corsets aro guarantocd in every ular FURMITURB rices tho Lowest whole seats and silent when busi by of was OUR DESIGNS None luit HiIBst workmanship al lowed to leave our salesroom doctrine The Republicans havo a majority of seven but they have only three over a om is a quorum If wo iiiD to turnisr a quorum tli3 Democratic party sitting idle in their but not present duiiil is to In transncted but vocal when it is to be obstructed then there can IK but throe Ipublicuiis absent on penalty of stoppage lit the public business Tin Way II Work Sow let us see hov that works are ullowvd but three absentees Mr Rockwell 1 is lick It would endanger his life to conic i Mr Wilfccr is iu the fame case 31 r i d j iinwue is too sick to bo able to bo hero all j tli tiiii Sir Cusivolls wifo was dying and common decency required Ids presence by irbedside Another mrnber must bo witu particjhiswile for urgent reasons similar Just about this number ot members will at all i times be sick in their turn These may get i well but others fall Kick in thoir turn I There then is our quorum according to I Mr Carlisles iilea gono entirely to pieces though even after all fraud bo deducted j the people had found for the Republicans by i seven majority Silent aiLmljfiH and Ilcccrtiiit All this time wliik we ara keeping in the house othe men hardly loss sick MO lusty Democrats sit siltit in thrr seats do in no public except to draw their niy Is it psLlj that Iho United States ispiying these gentlemen a da without oven In poor privilege of counting their j siknt firns Mr Carlisle says there is no I precedent for tildecision ot the house A aud then tho house ad journal Ko Xcw Features of Disorder Up to the point of the approval of the journal which took up about threi hours ot time the reader can get almost a verba tim report ot the proceeding by rereading the report of fndays session Springer made his adjourn ment motion McTunley moved tho previous question on approval then was a noisv hullaballooout ot which Speaker Reed merged calmly declaring the journnl ap proved on a vote in which Democratic names appeared except as they wero ordered entEiedon Ihe journal as present ing but making a quorum Tlie Klrctiiil Cast Crisp then offered a substitute the res olution declaring Smith Republican en titled to the West V stituto affirms JacV not speak long to the merits of the question hut switched oil to a protest against being compelled to debate tho matter in the ab sence of rules governing the house tlo a newspaper report that tae recent iepublicati caucus had decreed to dispose of ill the election eases without in order to increase their majority inL Doiiied IoinlKliink f the building had no means ot saving their live except by jumping from windows TinWumUii Staircase Allamv Before the lire was dUeMVirra it hal reached thstaircase au 1 was feeding upon the wooden stiirs anl rapidly sprvidinx to ward the roof The sleeping lodgers were aroused in confusion and some wero bewil dered and at once succumbed to the flames others attempted t J dec down the stairway I and fell victims o the liames whib still I others leaped from the windows to meet I death or mutilation from contact vith the ravement Vhcn the liremeu arrived Uiey I quickly extinguished the tiro and reseuod those of the inmates who had managed by lianinr out of windows or taking iviusreon the roof to escape th deadly smoke aiil Danif rrnntic Shrieks am Prayers The shrieks and prayers of the tcrriliel people wero mingled with tho fries and groans of the injured and the scene was a terrible one In a few moments however house ot AV D Ells Lake View yesterday afternoon Mr and Mrs Ells left the house ribout noon to visit n relative Keturniag at 5 oclock they found their house ill flames i end on the floor in one the lower rooms j the charred remains of the servant ard little jirL It is not known hove the tire starteil j Miscellaneous Blazes At Bay Cirr Mich Sunday shini ies bMoagingto B Bradley Sons were i burned paitly insured The carriage and wagon works V oigt i Lc Patter at La Crosse were destroyed Sunday loss The building at Grand Rapids j was dGmagd by l5re fiiOOO Sunday night j BEEN ABSENT SIXTEEN YEARS j Heal Knoeh Arden Vu Declines to Accept the Situation j ROCHESTER Y Feb years ngo I Eebetemrtier a Gerrrin shosniaker from this city deserting his wife and six children the youngest of whom was 1 month old aud tlu oldest 10 years of ago j No ona Unjw whore he wont nui no one had j seen him since h left until Saturday uight when he walked into the house arid surprised his v if that shy fainted away Kchetemcior was in the houo John Straum ivhoni Mrs iCcletemaier married six years r O suppojiu her lirst husband was dead came in The men looked aigrily at each other for a moment and then explanations ensued Husband No I demanded his chilj dreu Husband No 2 refused and the result was that the two men and the woman came to police headquarters to settle it but tho police captain told them to wait u i lav for the judge and they did so Dewenter THE HATTER W H President J F J STATE NATIONAL BANK DEPOSIT VAULTS it until Mon vot I the imprisoned people had been taken down the ladders the injured removed to hospitals aud the dead to he station house It was found that eleven persons had been burned to datu Ail of their bodies wore found isrnmi nepuunuau v togetlur on the top door they hav irginia seat winch frJm lowcv rooms when hey claim nsp did j icoverpll tllo filv tho llanvs having Hentan Sons i2 UhSt iJ limdmitiines 1 lavu him delare that the number for and against sue1 a bill was say for and twenty against mathe matically less than a quorum yet do claro the bill passed aud then sign the bill thereby certifying under tna most solemn amction of his oath oE ollieo that the bill had roerly and constitutionally passed the FINE PERFUMES FOR THE AYS i nlroaIy cut oV escape by tinAirway to the lower tUjr aluj rol Bead urn Vtmmled I The following is to le a correct I list of tho dead and wounded lielia Kcan i Ian 10 years a widow Madolina Clariin 51 years who lived with husband Lio variii Plulomena Ciarlono X years wife Giovanni Ciarlme H Tho Point Doiiied Poinlinunit of Clarion Giovanni Cinrlne 11 McKiuley lere said that the report spoken I r if philonicu Ciarlone liiua 1 was wholly untrue and Eowell said that j Ycars daughter of Philo PAR YINS I2lh Street Drug Store But this Iu Mr KEALJPE Sixty acres cC tho oil BiUiiclt farm at per acre on easy payments Lots alongside of Johnsons addition Sl50perlJtoii easy payments oilier iotii 912H and iipwnnls A desirable rcsuloncc inst lroad A desirable res street A desirable resilience on Two resiiUtues on Ohio street A desiruble residence nt Siii S street acres in Hnsietul For trade ftirms for city property Wanted cheap resilience on Broadway Market and Spear streets for trade an orango grove in For trade n good horse and for lots CFor trade farms for all kinds f nl0r cbatulise For particulars enquire of M M GORDON ensl Kloruia carriag house How could ho have done this if his doctrine bo true that a quorum muf vote Tho tltSfiiee if v Quorum Sii Ill tiert Understand me Day after day Mr Car lisle in my ptvsenco hss declared that imch a bill had votes for and against by his own count as speaker loss than a quoiim and has yet iinmedi itely declared it passed and has sined furnishing the only proot tho president could have that it was passe I How could this be except on the plain ground that if a quorum did not vote the presence of a quorum was enough matter does not need argument Carlisles own state in Tonnes see in Democratic New York in Democratic Ohio in Massachusetts and iu Iho courts everywhere as you may see by Mr Butter worths speech tho doctrine just upheld by tbc house is tho lawof tho land And it ought to bo it good government is not to perish from tho face of the earth KiUbnslL1inB Not Iarliumeiitiiry a ruling has been made in tho house to suppress filibustering which has not the full sanction of parliamentary law That men should resist only shows how ingrained the wron course has become and how neccs snrv the remedy What is tho liouse trying to do Why its highest function that of deciding the right of a member to his seat Until 1SS2 no man ever dared to fili buster against such a case No man ought to bo allowed to do it today Yet every any three hours are wasted iu approving the journal when live minutes would bo ample Those three hours belong to the public busi ness The people do not understand every wanton rollcall consume threequar ters of an hour The Mutter of Hulls Some of thes are talking about rides They are now acting under a body of rules which tiie American people in assemblies a body of rales well known and understood by all those who are not wilfully inioitnt wo first came here the ob sTructiimists declared that they would die in the last ditch against iny rules they did not approve of and now they are vaitmg to die at Thermopylain detenso of tlie liberties of their country because wo don t force rules on them If there could Iv fewer deaths at Thennopyliv and more business iu tho house the country would be better olt It is true that the Democratic leaders like Mr Car lisle have long since ceased to participate in the defiance ot good government but they should now make themselves heard affirma tively on tho side of order Msp had the denial of the same report di rectly from him This Crisp ad mitted but said that tho issue of veracity vas between Rowell and the newspaper men and he though the report was in a manner confirmed because the rules had not been re ported The debate went into he reason why the rules wero so tardy and there were some explanations by Carlisle and McKinley neither agreeing as to the cause Crisp then finished his argument in the election case Kowolls Reply to Crisp Rowell then took the tloor and iaid he was glad to find out at last why the time ot Iho house had been wasted tor many days The house had been told that it had been the in tention of the minority to meet this contort ed election case by discussion and without delay until they had found n statement m a newspaper as to the intention of the Repub lican side of the house and the gentleman Crisp hail preferred to take this statement of a man who was not present at the caucus rather than that made by a fcllowinernlvr who was there Another Newspaper Statement Now he Rowell would call attention to another newspaper statement published widely so lone ago as September last and published on the authority of tho Derno ratic leader of tho it was the ntoution oE the minority side to resist by every means known to parliamentary law the unseating of any Democratic iieiubcr whoso seat was contested and that too without reference to the right or wrong cf tho case Tlowell then took up tho con tested election case closing at A Little More Contusion OFerraU then began a reply to Kowell confiniiv himself to tho case before tho house After speaking half an hour he wanted to stop and finish Monday and some Repub licans said Thats But objection was made disorder broke out and finally OFer raU proposed to read the whole printed rec ord of the case as part of his speech The speaker promptly announced that it could r mcna Ciarlone Felix Iniliii barber single linrtlno Marchione scissors grinder Rosa Miiichiono u jvnr wife of the lat named Kirdly Marclnone vcars daughter of Martmo Marehione Kl reI and now i the Aunle Cihnonti tu Ciarlone S Lodi1 CISCOURA3EDANp DESPERATE ie Story of a New York Girl Who Couldnt Get YOUK Feb Beer aged 15 suicide in a dime museum at Ml KUitU avenue Saturday night by taking green Her fathr a carpenter had been out of work son1 time ou account of a brokn le Io told Mary last week that she uht to get work and help pay the rent or the familv would be dispossesse 1 The went out and came Lak at night ing she had obtained work She went out every day but in tact had not been able to secure employment aud Saturday night be ing afraid to return home with out any money sue swallowed poison She was taken 1J a hospital wlvre it wa said that sh might recover IVt Still i llKTiOT Feb Fat Grant Railway Laborer Tu Chieuo TnieOcean corre spondent who was in default of bail which he refused to iv last week would have been bailed Saturday but that the sher iff could not be found The report of the committee which Dr OReillys books is made public It states that the com mittee scon all tho doctors letter books vouchers etc and that every dollar has been lioiuistly incounted for The total receipts of the Irish leifrtu were TOsOSj7 and disbiirseinenis The balance iaccounted for as cash on band in bank The Safos In this absolutely Burglar and Fire Proof Vaul aro especially adapted forthe deposit of Doecls Mortgages Notes Bonds and all Valuable Papers also Joveinetc Rents are placed at nominal prices of S5 to per year eih The Vaults and Safes are fitted with all modern Im provements and wo cordially invite the public to cal1 arrino them arid ex KIGKNE 1UAGKK Pics anil Ccn1 Mnnairrr TST IHXZ Brewing Tho domanu for our pure Malt and Mop Boer in botlios for m tho supply families at iho followina falo Petriligio Lesia SS years The names of in general hoipitil are 11 years a widow 1 years Pietro Toris vici TNolonc years A riinriof H is suspected that ih lire was start 1 for nsurance on the store A man named Ben mir Simon ds bus 1 eon nnvt ou suspicion There is another story ot the origin of the It is said that during a drunken row over cards one man throw a lighted lamp at another and siiitod the lire KENOSHA WIG FIRESWEPT v ssooooo IPRIO Quarts per dozen j t 4 Pints Quarts Export per dozen Pints 60 125 75 Tlio KENOSUA IJlives die irnin a Hespitai UsFb a disastrous con flrrrrtion visited Kenoslin yesterday morn in which at one time threatened the entire town Fire broko out in the sixth story of II R Allen Sons tannery at S oclock and spread with lightning rapidity The tannery was burned to the ground The lire was then communicated to Dr II A Penoy os Wotr euro which was also destroyed flic patients wero taken out of the bnilding in time and no one was injured Next lowed the German Methodist parsonage and the residence of not bo read that according to general par liamentary rulo no one could rend from a printed book as part ot his speech This caused a lively protest but after a short sea son of excitement theagrocmcnt noted above was made and the adjourned BLAINE BEREAVED AGAIN The State Secretarys Eldest IHiugiitcr Dies of Bruin Fever AVASTTTXGTOX CITY Feb Alice Coppinger the eldest daughter ot Secretary Blaine who has been seriously ill for several days past with brain fever tha result of an attack of la grippe died at the Blaine man sion at 5 oclock n m yesterday The fu neral services will take place from St Mai thews church tomorrow morning at oclock Cardinal Gibbons has been in formed of the death of Mrs Coppinger and will assist at the obsequies The tota insuramv Six Miners Tew Pension anil Heal Estate Agent Block losansport 1ml Elliolt BA KttCKGKti RODXK YTHAIN STRAIN SENATOR IN GALLS MAIL Ho Humlrotls of anil a fiom Crunks CITY Feb Sena tor Ingnlls mail is always large requiring tho services of two typewriter operators continually since his celebrated negro ques tion speech it has become necessary to bring it to his committee room in a sick the morn ing mail bringing about sO3 letters and the other four mails adding about100 more The senator goes carefully over his entire mail singlehand d aud disposes of it each dav Congratulations pour in on The National Mcbt and Surplus CITY Feb reduction in the public debt during the past mouth as shown by the monthly debt statement issued from the treasury department Saturday amounted to SlLYiiiSVi and for the seven months oC the current fiscal year The net cash or surplus in the treasury Saturday was SMlSMQOO or about more than a month ago National bank de positories hold a decrease of 3000000 during the past month Clark YTais Confirmed WASHINGTON CITY Feb Fir well was questioned Saturday as to the truth of the statement that the nomination of Mr Clark as collector of the port of Chi cago was confirmed by the senate in execu tive session last Tlrarsday Yes replied the senator Mr Clark has been confirmed He added that he had con sented to the confirmation as its defeat would have availed nothing fol church a IK Ellas Bailey L Tackoy and ChristBronzs two firemen who were carrying leather out of the burn inT tannery were scorched by tho lire an wereobliged jump from the window sustaining severe i ioss is estimated at SXO CAUGHT BY THE DEADLY GAS lose Tilioir Lives liul Seve Are Severely Hurt WILKKSBARRE Ta Vcl 5 cave in oc curred in the Xottingham shaft of thoLchigh and Vilkesbanv Coal company in So 5 piano Saturday afternoon which drove the accumulated sas into the gangways where ten men were at work with naked lamps Ui explosion followed which resulted in tiv death ot the following John Crossing John Humphreys Edward Morris Powell Schultn David J Williams John Ihi tist of Injured The miners injured whose names could be larud are John Dnnis cut and bruised Tlionur Uulw badly bruised James Dtin stan iiailv burned Pavid Fox burned and bruised Joseph Jones fatally Peter Lynn bruised and cut John Thomas badly bruised and cut A Silivelier Conn nvxiuRV Conn Fob oclock yesterday morning tire was discovered in the of Pairuel Harris clothing store at Liberty nnd Main streets and bej fore the lames could be extinguished Hull i furniture G R Stevens art matc riafs audT T TT also destroyed mice SIOO000 There were several csovpes from tha flats situated r iiipon Case in Oliio s O 1Vo Patterson one of the counsel for Lampson says the next move of Republicans will be to secure the issuance quo warrauto papers to Mr from the supremo court compelling I him to show by what right ho is acting resident of the senate In case Mr Mar uis fails to cbey the order or refuses to give the ojiiv when ordered to do so he will be rretcd tor oimtiinpt and if the Democratic cnators interiere lluy will bj arrested ou he same ground Tlie Coning Mliisit Irop CllICAOO Feb 5 received at pringtiid this state jivmises n very largo vhcat crop this year Ten per cent more acreage has been seeded than last year and it premising In Kansas the out ook is for an enormuus yield estimated at iXWOOO bushels if preient favorable iiuii ations continue In Nebraska compara ively littlj was sown but what is growing licks well It is calculated at St Paul that thuttockof wheat still in the northwest is nlout M000OUJ bushels Uiotons rules Iil by VVoiuaii BUFFALO M Y W riot oc curred yesterday at yt Adelberfs church where a factional quarrel over a change o yriests lias 1 ecu going on for a long time Jt Polish woman led I lie rioters who numbcrec lrdrod The woman was bodl LOG jnd in your Orders im Telephone No 4O WHITSEkTT Doaler in th R LI n ning LlghV The Best Sowing Machine Kxamino this Popular Ma chine before buying Sold on terms to suit by Robert B Whitsett 529 BROADWAY several irdr hurt A number of policemen were injure by bricks and other missiles No one was killed aud the police finally dispersed th mob Nearly all of the rioters were women the men contenting themselves with look ing on Ilootl at a iMcnch Duel IARts Feb A duel between the Mar quis de Moves and M Dreyfus editor of The Nation tool place yesterday on the Belgian 3OS BROADWAY The Tailor Between 5th and 6LhSt frontier M Dreyfus was shot iu the right arm The bullet has been extracted and no serious result is anticipated The marquis was uninjured The duel was the outcome of an article in The Nation which the mar qris regarded as offensive Tlie Iowa Deiullock Dies MOIXES IK Feb ballots of tiia usual tie character were taken in the house of representatives Saturday ou speak er Then was some talk of inaugurating Boies the Republicans saying that they would puno obstacle in the way but the Democrats said they were uot ir a Lurry a mi coiiil wait Criglit St Louis linker ST Lor is Feb W Shietz a baker doing business at lOOi North Sixth street poisoned some of his cake Saturday night to kill rats and succeeded in killing two chil dren Cora and Annie Brock The baker Hoyt Co groceries were arsenic over the cake and threvit on Total loss SoXIjOOO insur floor near the counter The cLiidreu went to the place ou an errand and observ ir2 the cake picked it up and ate it Too Easy for Kilrain NEW Feb long tallied of Sgbl bftwecn Jak Kilrain and Feli3 e 163 Broadway telephone No 63 Calls Prompbly flkienrjerj to Day or Nigh him from all quarters of the country For the first three days after the delivery of his speech he was flooded with telegrams his admirers from across the water adding their contribu tion to the rest A Letter from Gnorgla A number of the senators congratulations have come from the south He has been recipient of no letters from the usual run of cranks who sometimes bother great orators with letters written in red ink aud orna mented with devils heads threatening ail Q Bessemel am bis sorts of destruction and dire vengeance to is to beat Huirley few letters have received by uuc National could be laid to door of this class one ot l ana TO oe Tire t Danville Ills Feb Metropolitan MocVin this city was completely destroyed n n oca boxel canle off nigh at r oclock yesterday mornm by lire t E t fr a of 82000 which originated from tho ovens of M Ga nors cracker facto y The losses were as followsGanors grocery stock CliOOJ Jo seph Golden clothing S 10000 building 000 Hitre were some other small A Couple or New Banks WASSISGTON Cnrr Feb National bank has been anttorizjd to commence Itusi ing roof The BBSS at Puyallnp Wash style1 the First with insurance ofjj National with a capital of 50OCO Among the applications for authority to organize is j Vacquelin vva iiowhsr He couldnt hi Jake and only stayed three rounds actm j entirely on the defensive and getting a ter i rible pounding with throeounct of tenants Englisii Coort Templars to Ileanite lye at nostiVn j LoSDOV Feb various bodies of BOSTOV Feb 3 Tbs Sears bulldin j a j Gooci Ternplnrs throughout Englaml have structure corner of Court ind decided by ra almost tmanuiious vote to streets was burned yesterJay j abandon their policy of separation andje nothing but the bare walb Two fire luite on a basis similar to that cf their were seriously injured by pieces of fallj former union Duildinc is fSWOOi j MRS PARNELL IN WANT i Ucpoiter Sor at Her Stock Speculations TRENTOX K J Feb A reporter paid i visit yesterday to Mrs Parnelis home at Bordentowu He found the house little more than i ruin the wind was whistling irough it aiid the roof full of holes Mrs arnell was sitting in a largo room without re and very little furniture Her were ncased iu a pair of old rubbers and wrapped n the remains of an old dress In answer o questions she said she had no fire because he had no wood had none for six weeks he only fire in that time had been in the itcheu for a short time each day She lives MI oatmeal and potatoes principally with ometinvjs a little bread Sbe had no source Df income the money recently received from he public went to pay debts The amount sha said was1250 JSentcn ly Vall Street Beinz if the reports that she specu lated In stocks wore true she said it was She bad bought stocks in tho of mak lug some money but every time Mrs PaVnell said she had hopes of getting a pen sion ou account of her fathers service to the United Ktuart lj S the government was very slow Mrs Parnell says that her son Charles Stuart Pamcli has no ratars of his awn having spent it all in ths Irish cause md she expects no assistance from him al though he has frequentlyassisted her cl is ill absolute want at this writing ateu Jiitirely olf horrible wounJs ap neared on both cheek bones tho scalp been torn away from the top of tie bead Jown to the ears and the skull had been through in one place so that tbo brains were exposed The child lived only a few hours after it received its injuries lr MIiGIyni a Cold NEW Ieb StcGJynn ariivvl from Chicago Saturday nght He is suffor frjpi a bad cold but is not seriously ill She fivestory A BASE MANGLED BY RATS Xoje titcii Entirely Off and Other Horrible Wounds KANSAS CITY Mo Feb infant son of Mr and Mrs Nathaniel Reeves liv ing in a baserrcat at the corner of Third and Cherry streets died Saturday from wounds inflicted upon it by rats some time during Friday night About 3 oclock Saturday Two DeatJis ii IILriaries CmCKOO Ills Feb Annie Jchncn a demesne 35 years old and Hattie EUs 2 Niagara in ordinary costume yeprs old met horrible deaths by fire in the ot success Wilt Tempt Fete in the Niagara LOVDOX TVard t he Aus tralian swimmer sailed Saturday by the nornins Mrs Reeves was awakened by the rtbria for the purpose of swimnimg the Ufanfs crias She He fijels snre ondition and took it to Dr Hodges who de scribed the wounds as follows The nose was Us excellence proven in railons of for more than a quarter of a ccnturj It i uned by the United States Government Kn bjthe Beads of the trreat Univtrsluw ns the Strongest Purest anU tnoft HeaSthnil Dr Prices Crenm Baklrr Powder unt conuin cul t CUlcago San Francttco   

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