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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - February 5, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                15TH YEAB WEDNESDAY EVENING5 FEBRUAJtl 5 JOHM BRAYS JUDICIAL Corner Tii Ii following Standard Tandem Good Lurk Health IerfccLmn Wuin lils Corset Glove Fitting Cornel Crsct Warners Misses Corset Cliililrena Corset 8 the above excel brands of corsets are azitood in ovory ai the just appreciation ol and ready obe j Hence to the constitution of the United j States This constitution whijj has been productive of such vast resmltBJWas the out ix T i r frowth of institutions and doctrines inher it Takes a Day for Centennial omance3tors and applied under Celebration I he new conditions of our country i Never Thought ol Secession j The possibility of a dissolution of the THE OF THE NATION Union of states was never considered by its Iramers and in all its provisions as Justice Chase aptly remarked it lixiks to an inde ttructible union composed of indestructible Itates Even the late civil war could not Gather to lleviow Jitistory of the j Courts for One Hundred Brlll I lant Assembly of of lhake its stability In some cases the jus Adurcsaea Delivered by Field Cleve lice said the court may have made mistakes land Arnom Fhelps aud Others on the judges would be mere than human if Ihis wero not so But they have striven to She utmost of their abilities to be right and of tlie the Functions Bitliquct NEW YOHK Feb considerably by the sad events of the past few days the celebration of the centennial of the federal iudiclary was yesterday morning inaug urated Tho weather seemed designed to Just Oiiw Xijitit Friday Evening Feb 6th Thompson Opera Company l Comic Ofuri ceisr innif Dunce Mimic unl no of SitHrior Niiinbrr un1 I formation of Uio procession At the procession headed by tho judges of the su promo court ot tlio United States in then official robes followed by the judcs ot tlio federal district courts LwYcrl stat court o appeal the preino superior common pleas and other given an opportunity to bo heard to the middle of the pnisent century cast a further gloom upon the affair for a j Ev suitor howevet humble should bo disagreeable rain set in shortly after 9 oclock which grow heavier as the hour for tho exercises approached All preparations lad been perfected for the event however nd neither tho absence of the president and lis cabinet nor tho atmospheric influences were permitted to interfere with celebra tion At all the principal hotels early calls were made upon tho distinguished guests from all over the Union and every atten ion was shown them by thd committee in charge Great Gathering of teglil Lights Carriages rolled up to the doors and the ucsts were escorted to the Metropolitan Opera house where they gathered in the waiting rooms and lobbies awaiting the j i TinI ll H were Onhiinel ti liili liiic Viiiriw that iliiiny NilII Tlii rliuYis of Ulrls thlit iiri Irilty Criiiful ami Possessed of Sweet unl CostulriS lire nil Ilrimilil AlfijHhM this Is un i I1 mi nt one should lnis4 FURNITURE theLowest OUR DESIGNS flRE liofit workmanship nl leave our salesroom IV itiist FINE perform thenfunctions to the advancement 3f justice and the good ot the country The Needs of the Court As to the needs of the supreme court Jus rice Field said that it should not be over Dornewith work and should have some re lief from the immense burden cast upon it BECRETABY TRACY He Suprises His Doctors by Dressing Himself THE PATIEirTS Up the talendar of the court did not average 140 eases a term The calendar of the present term exceeds 1500 Something should bo dons to relieve the crowded docket and that tpeedily It becomes more and more the duty of the court firmly to enforce every Tuarantee of the constitution Sustained by professional and public confidence Jus tice Field concluded Ihs supreme court may hope to still further strengthen the hearts of all in love admiration and rever ence for the constitution of tho United States noblest inheritance ever possessed by a tree people End of the f enst ot Reason Ou Mr Field resuming his seat and after a few selections by the band Rev Dr Talbot Funeral of Sirs and SlUa Tele gram from Queen of Sirs Wasuincton Quorum Inter cat to Dally Backet in the KepuMfean Caucus Called WASHINGTON CITY Feb Tracy who bears up wonderfully was yes terday afternoon removed to the White House At the residence of Bancroft Davis yesterday morning he arose and dressed him sslf much to the surprise of his physicians The reaction from the opiates administered Chambers of the Collegiate Reformed jaurch delivered the benediction and the Immense audience dispersed The auditorium various of the opera housa was gorgeously decorated the with bunting of every hue and the national PENSIONS FOR WAR PRISONERS A Bill for That Purpose To Provisions WASHIXGTOX CITT Feb committed consisting of Maj Williams Mr McKee and Maj Holmes sergeantatarms of the house representing the National Association of Prisoners of War appeared before the house committee on invalid pensions yesterday and submitted arguments in favor of tho passage of the bill introduced in tho house by Mor rill for pensioning prisoners of war At the conclusion of the hearing tho committee went into secret session and decided to re port the bill favorably Features of the Measure The bill authorizes the secretary of the in terior to place on the pension roll the names of ail surviving officers and enlisted men who served in the war of the rebellion who are now suffering from any disability the result Df hardships and exposure endured while in confinement as prisoners of war ind pay them the pensions provided by iav for sim ilar disabilities It further provide that all surviving officers and enlisted men who Monday left him weak Ho was joined served in the war of the rebellion ami who jarly in the forenoon by his son Frank who bad arrived by special traiu during tho night Mrs and Miss Wimerding were considerably better yesterday The former suffers a great deal from braises and at times during the morning was hysterical as the began to realiza the extent ot her loss She is necessarily much exhausted and suf fers more from nervous shock than from her coveml the spaces between tfaj first and sec courts marched down the various aisles of ond tiers ot boxes An excellent band also ihn opera house ami occupied the various the proceedings leats ami boxes allotted them The mem hois of tho supreme court of tlio United States occupied seats on the stage along with Tlie Flow of Good Tilings The banquet in connection with the cele bration of the supreme court centenary took exPresident Grover Cleveland and many place at the Lenox Lyceum lust ovenin other legal dignitaries The immense auditoj Chairman James C Carter of the enter rium was crowded with national and state tainmont committee presided sit tho princi injuries The doctors say that with abso lute rest she will soon rally At the White House AH public business was suspended at tbo White House owing to tho presciics of tba coffins ia tho East room No one was ad mitted but the particular friends of Secre tary Tracys family but the outside gates wero not closed and all day crowds of peo ple surged in and out and passed beneath the portico gazing at the windows of tho East room in idle curiosity and wonder Tho partly destroyed resideuea of Secretary Tracy and the home of Judge Davis adjoin lig have also had their share of visitors A rrowd was constantly outside of each house ind it was necessary to keep policemen and marines on guard to keep ths passageway i dny clear to the steps j Tho Double Funeral were prisoners of war for thirty days or more shall receive S3 per day for each day that they were held in confinement as prison ers Colored Men in Convention WASHINGTON CITT Feb national convention of colored men met in this city Monday with COO delegates from almost everv state in the Union present It took the convention xmtil 2 oclock yesterday morning to elect a temporary chairman Bishop A W Wagmon being finally select ed his chief competitor being exSenator Pinchback Yesterday theorgouization was perfected by the election Eev J C Price of North Carolina as president and W C Chaoe of Washington City secretary A list of honorary vice presidents one from each state represented in the convention was also Selected and committees were appoint ed Memorials in support of the Blair edu sationalbill opposing the Morgan deporta tion bill and thanking Senator Ingalls for speech on the race question were pre sented and referred The convention then listened to several papc rs read by delegate on tho race question and adjourned for the Jewenter THE HATTER Confirmed by the Senate WASHINGTON CITY Feb senate place from tho White House at FOJ THE PI O Lx 1 D A lawmakers lawyers citizens and representa tives oC tho professions Many ladies were present Chairman Speech I When Mr Cleveland took his place as president of the assemblage there was loud tmd prolonged choeriuj and it was several minutes beforo tho honorablu expiesidect could be heard Mr Cleveland then in a clear voicii delivered his introductory address wliich was a discussion of tho importance of tlio judiciary system of the country in the establishment ot tho govornmeut He closed s follows On t his cen tennia1 day wo will devoutly thank heaven for tin rovilatlon to those who formed our government of this source of strength nnd light anil Cor tho inspiration of disinterested patriotism and consecrated devotion wliich es tablished the tribunal which we today ccra momoratc Our fathers had aacrilicd much to bo free Above nil things tbcy desired free dom to bu absolutely secured to themselves and posterity And yet with all their enthus siasm for that sentiment they wero willing to refer to tho tribunal which they dcviseil all ciuestions arising under their newlyframed constitution affecting tho freedom and the pro tection and safety of the citizen A Kostritint on Dniigoraiis Liberty Though bitter experience had taught them that tho instrumentalities of government might trespass upon freedom and though they hatl learned in a hard school the cost oC tho struggle to vrest from the grasp OH power they refused in tne solemn worlc they had in hand lo take counsel of undue tear or distructins perturbation and they calmly and deliberately established u function of their governmental choci upon unauthoriied free dom and a restraint upon dangerous liberty Their attachment and allegiance to the sover eignty of their states wero warm and unfalter ing but these did not previ nt them from con tributing iv fraction uf that sovereignty to tho creation of a court which should guard and protect their new nation and save and perpetuate a government which should in all his morning Tbo services wero held in tho pal table where were seated Chief Justice j East room Their remains wero placed tem Jjullcr and associates oE tlio supreme court i porarjiy jn vaults in Rock Creek cemetery exPresident Cleveland Matthew Hale Rey Dr rjougiasS St Johns Episcopal president of the Stato Bar ex officiated at tho funeral The pall udge Arnoux C M Depew PUJV W R J hearers for Mrs Tracy were Secretaries nuntington William Allen Butler F R i proctor Noble Windom and Rusk Attor Coudert Senator Evarts Mayor Grant I ney QDnorai Miller Postmaster General resident LoV of Columbia and AdmiralsPorter and Rodgers AT PAR YINS StiooL Drug Store Sixty acres of the oM Uarmtl fiirm at PIT aero on easy payments Lots aloiijjjiilo of Jylitismrf tulrfition S1VJ pir 1 it on easy pnypicnls nllicr Kits mill npwuiis A ilisiralile risiilotiCL ou liMiul way A rtsiilcnpc on cast rlh SltTCt A ilcslralilo rosuloncP nn Wostsiiii1 Tvro rcsuliMiccs on Ohio slrcit A ilviiiMi rcsidecco at Slli Spear tim to come bless an independent people Tho IMvlno lllesslily Invoked When Mr Cleveland had finished speaking tho Rev J Morgan Dix offered prayer in voking a divine blessing on tho vast assem blage and thotr doings throughout the meet ing He spoke feelingly of tho sad bereave ments in the families of Secretaries Elaine and Tracy and moved many ot tho audi enco to tears by the touching manner in which he described tho tragic deaths of Mrs and Miss Tracy Dr Dix in conclusion prayed for the president and cabinet and hoped that the absence of the chief magistrate and officials from their presenco was only temporary AiUlrcss of Welcome Judge William H Ariioux chairman of Oi tscrc in Kiistetul 1Vr farms for iity property Wanted ulivap resilience on east Market anil Spcnr streets Wr I ratio an orniife grove in Floruln For liadf n gooJ horse and carriage lor lut r For travlc The funeral of Mrs an1 Miss Tracy took i 11 oclock nas confirmed tho following nominations Solicitor II TaCt ol Ohio United States Hitchcock for the northern district of Illi nois O Fechet of Michigan at Piedras Negras collector of M Clark Chicago hief Justice Paxson of Pennsylvania At ither tables sat the state supreme court udgos Chancellor McGiH ft New Jersey md many others Rov William M Taylor ipened the proceedings with prayer After the banquet toasts weira responded to by Justice Harlan Senator Evarts Chief fustice Paxson Hon Walter B Hill of Jeorgia C M Depew Seth Low W R Huntington and others THE IOWA LEGISLATIVE RUMPUS Two Pay If YouJBet Proposals lively Tlnisiyn tlie Senate DES MOINES the Democrats in the house proposed to the Re mblicans that the latter separate tho official positions in the house into two equitable di risions and let the Democrats select the one hey would have This proposition was re jected promptly as it gave the Democrats he speakership if they wantedit and of their wishes in that direction there is of course no doubt Well the Republicans want it also and so tbo divvy didnt go The Republicans made the same proposition to tho Democrats in return and that didnt go either Three ballots were taken for to 30 Then adjournment The Republicans caucused anil appointed a com mittee to formulate a proposition In the senate there was a partisan flurry over resolutions adopted by L L Ireland post G A R of Sibley la indirectly cen suring the majority of the senate for elect ing civilians to senate offices when thero were veterans in the race Tlio Republicans said the resolutions were gotten up by Dem ocrats to throw odium on the Republicans and the Democrats pointed to the name of a prominent Republican signer of the resolu tions The resolutions were finally declared out of order farina for all kinds tuer p utiotilars enquire of M GORDON For M Pension ami Real Estate Agent Elliolt Block Logans port IIHJ TSTHATN o 163 Broadway Dalls Pcompilji pfctenflfcfi to the judiciary centennial committee of the New TorkBar association delivered the ad dress of welcome He said attention to the celebration of tho centenary the organi zation of tho supreme court of the TJnitec States was first invited Uy President Harri son in his inaugural Judge Arnoux wel tho guests iu bohalt those assem bled and sail that the occasion was a fit ting one One hundred years ago on this day the first Tuesday in February 1790 the supremo court of tho United States held its first session at tlie exchange in the city New York and installed in onto the chief justice two associate justices and attorney general This action completed tha organi zation of the throe departments ol the gov ernment Jutlgo Arnoux than reviewed at some length tho high nivl independent char acter of the court and the labors and growth of tlie body from its inception up to the pres ent time Other Kloqucnt Orations Fudge Arnoux was warmly applauded throughout and at his conclusion Mr Will iam Allen Butler delivered tea eloquent ad Viross during the reading of wliich he was frequently interrupted by applause on The Origin of the Supreme Court of toe United States and Its Plnca in tho Constitution The address wns a schohirl y effort and had an appreciative audience Tlie Hon Henry Hitchcock of Missouri followed in an able discourse ou The Supreme Court and the Constitution which elicited much applause Personal Characters of the Chiif Justices was ths subject handled by Mr Thomas J Semmes of Louisiana The Sovereignty of the People ISdward J Phelps of VorrnonlS next read i paper entitled The Supremo Court and tho Sovereignty of the People in which he said that American institution rest upon tho foundation stona of popular sovereignty The sovereignty of tho people hovfever ia not the arbitrary power ot the multitude it is simply tlie recognition of tho equal rights of man as the basis of a government formed for their protection by its people sad regulated by law This definition of the much abused phrase is always kept in view by the supreme court Justice fields Response Mr Justice Field then amidl much ap plnuse arose and in his usual eloquent man nffi responded for the court lie said that n every ago and with every people there lavo been celebrations of triumphs ia war nci of t riuiupbs iu peas but never baa there bees in any country a celebration like commemorate ths establishment of tribunal as eoordinsite arid per banent part of its government This cele irn toon had its inspiration in tbe conviction The Boycott in Ireland DUBLIN Feb Express publishes a number of documents showing the secret or ganization of a league to promote conspiracy against Mr SmithBarry president of tha landlords syndicate and other landlords The documents ask the Irish people to brand as traitors and to boycott all persons deal ing with emergency agents whose addresses are given They also show that a vigilance committee has been appointed in every par ish to obstruct the sale of cattle that have The pal lbearers for Miss Tracy were eight naval officers Tho Schubert Quartette was present and assisted at the services The funeral was private and only the official and personal friends of Secretory Tracy were invited Mrs Coppingcrs Kurial The remains of Mrs AliceCoppingcr eld est daughter of Secretary Elaine wero in terred yesterday at Oak Hill cemetery Brief services were hell at the Elaine resi dence Madison place after which tho body was taken to St Mattheirs Cutholic church whereCardinal Gibbons road the burial service in the presenco the de ceasedsrelatives and a numoious concourse of peoplewhich incUnljd PrjsiOent and Mrs Harrison The Queen Sends Her Sympathy CrrriFeb 5 The foUowing inessagis of condolence was received by Sec retary Tracy last evening OSBOKSE Fen THE BRITISH MINISTEII Washington Tlie deeply deplores calam ity to Mr Tracys family cnnulrs after him dud snrrlvora Signed Possositv To tbis Secretary Tracy sent the following reply Mr Tracy begs the British minister to con vey to ter majesty his sincere thanks for her 1 gracious message of sympathy and iu reply to her kind inquiry say that his surviving daugh ter and grandchild are out ol danger PROCEEDINGS IN CONGRESS TUo House Filibusters as Work in the Semite WASUTNGTOX CITY Fab after the consideration routine business yesterday tho senate proceeded to the con sideration of executive business and after a long discussion ratified the Samoan treaty Bills wre reported and placod on the calen dar for public buildings at Lansing Mich Burlington Ia and Eau Claire Wis 000 being appropriated in each instance A bill for the admission of New Mexico as a state introduced also a resolution to in quire into the condition of the Washington City firs department After a short talk about the order of business a secret session was held and the senate adjourned In the house the chaplain alluded in his prayer to tbe bereavements of Secretaries Elaine and Tracy Ths Democrats then re W U JOHNSON President J F JOHNSOS Cashier STATE NATIONAL BANK DEPOSIT VAULTS Tho Safes in this absolutely Burglar and Fire Proof Vaui aro especially adapted for the deposit of Deeds Mortgages Notes Bonds and allValuable Papers also Jevelry otc Rents are placed at nominal prices of to r yoar each The Vaults and Safes are fitted with Ul moiorn im provements and we cordially invite tho public to call ex amine them EUGENE P HAG Ell Pris and Ganl Jlanaper lit Logangport the tenants which have been evicted Ominous of Disaster LONDON Feb number of life buoys hatches cabin furniture etc have come ashore on Lundy island and the coast of Wales Tho appearance of tho wreckage is taken to indicate tbo foundering of the British steamer Cape Clear from Liverpool Jan SO for Rosario which is now overdue at St Vincent where the steamers of the line to which she belongs call Another Advance in Glass PrrrsBUKQ Feb convention of windowglass manufacturers was ield in this city yesterday Tt was decided to advance the price S and 10 per cent on siaiglo and double lots respectively The rospects are that prices will be further ad vanced in a short time Tbo market is good while the stock is small A Forger ant Eloper Captured DENVER CoL Feb Allen who is charged with having raises on Corged paper and eloped with his cousin Gertrude Whitacre from Portland Mich eighteen months ago has been captured near here Hei and the young lady are be ing taken back to Michigan by detectives OBrien Eulogizes Gladstone of the plished after several 103 nays speaker following his usual course of having counted in the journal euougli Democrats to make a quorum Than Springer moved to adjourn to 114 A number of sonate bills for reference were then taken up and the Democrats an tagonized ono that the speaker directed re ferred to tho ways and means committee There were several votes on different mo tions to refer one showing a division on non partisan lines but finally the bill was re ferred to the ways means the Democrats ceasin opposition after a conference b3 tween McKiuley and Springer The house then adjourned lu all tho partisan votes the spiaker followed his practice of counting Democrats present to make a quorum ANNOUNCING A QUORUM The nifference of Opinion Among Repub licans on Tliat Question WASHINGTON Crrr Feb commit tee on rules of the house held a short meet ing yesterday and made some progress with the proposed new code The delay in report ing a new code of rules is not it is thought merely for the purpose of disposing of the elections cases in the house in advance of action on new rules but is das rather to the fac that the Republican members of the Supervisors of tho C Jones Second district of Illinois C Tilrnan First district C H Wisner Sec ond district J N McEriue Third district D C Henderson Fourth district James Watson Fifth district C A Newell Sixth district B Noyes Fourth district Tho liallotBox Inquiry WASHINGTONCITY Feb Campbell was again a witness beforo the ballotbox contract committee yesterday Tho features of his testimony wero a charge that Wood had been paid by somebody to get out of the way when Campbell wanted to sind him and implying that exGovernor Foraker had supplied tho money a declara tion that in dealing with Murat HalstcaJ hereafter bo Campbell intended to have fairer treatment and a general denial that he was in any way implicated in the crook edness Another jtcItntor Kesleiis WASHINGTONCITY Fob resigna tion ot Hiram Smith Jr the flrst deputy commissioner of pensions one of the pansiou office employes whose pension was rerated under Corporal Tanner was accepted yestor day to take effect March 5next Mr Smiths pension was increased last spring from 3fl to per month and he received over COOL arrears of pension Caucus of Kcpublicans Called WASHINGTON CITY Feb caucus of Republican representatives is called for to night to adopt a line procedure in regard tho remaining contested election coses and to decide on a plan to be pursued when the neTcode of rules is reported to tlie house The Samoan Treaty Ratified WASHINGTON Feb Samoan treaty was ratified by the senate yester Jay afternoon after several hours of discussion When the vote on the adoption of the treaty had been taken it was found that but twelve senators had voted in in the negative Democrats Elected in Ohio COLUMBUS O Feb At the special elec tion yesterday for representative in this county to nil tho vacancy occa sioned by the death of Hon John B Lavrlor Hon A D Heffner Democrat was elected over Dr William Shepard All but three precincts gave Heffner 3700 majority which will be increased to 4200 by full returns Private telegrams from Brown and Clerruonl counties say that in that senatorial district at the special election to choose the successor of Senator Ashburn who died Hon John M Pattison Democrat wns elected over Goetlieb Hambach Jr by 1000 majority An Appeal for South Dakota CHICAGO Feb Mellette ol South Dakota has appealed to the Chicagc board of trade for subscriptions to the amount of S10000 to enable the destitute farmers of his state to purchase seed grain and feed for animals The board at a meet ing yesterday appointed a committee ol three to attend to the requests of the gov ernors communication The ciemana for our pure Malt and Hop Beer i i bo family usehas been so great that we deemed it in cis order to insure speedy and prompt delivery to run a wagon in tho to supply families at iho PRICES Quarts per dozen Pints Quarts Export per dozen Pints 60 125 75 Send in your Orders Telephone No 4O LOEffflSFDRT BREWINB Solo Dealer in tho F Linn ins Iho Bost Sewing Machine Examine this Popular Ma chine beforo buying Sold on terms to suit by Kotoert B Wtiitsett 529 BROADWAY Feb 5 William OBrien in a cojiinjittee and republicans of the house Speech at Manchester last ovening declared generally do not agree on one important that Gladstones reconciliation of England the manner of the announcement of and Ireland wais omeof the greatest triumphs j a visible quorum SOS BROADWAY UIENELMANN The Taller Between 5th and 6thSt A Dark Day in Iowa BURLINGTON Ia Feb will probably in future be known in Iowa in this section as the dark day The fog dur ing most of the day especially in the after noon was so dense that it was difficult to distinguish objects distinctly across tbe street A drizzling rain was falling with the thermometer 50 above zero The tele graph wires were greatly damagedand comj munication was difficult Tho ice in the river went out Monday No damage was done by the breakup Uoodto fancy S2CttSi350 pcrDTbl Cranber bell and cherries per bbu New York XBIV YOBK Feb 4 2 red winter cash ilo February do March lo April d May UJJio 2 mixed cash o February do March HJ4 do ApriL 384c do May but and barle mina but ftrm for new Febru ary S615 March Sfl25 May Live fctok market for beevci dressed beef extremely dull common to uool native sides VB prune to extra prime Sheep and ami Pell on Ball NEW YORK Feb G N Pell of the firm of Messrs Pell and Wallack brok ers who was concerned in the selling of the bonds of the Sixth National bank was re leased Tuesday afternoon on 625000 bail Mr Francis A Spalding of New Jersey and John McDermott of 105 Lexirgton avenue were the bondsmen of the century A Bligr Kobberjat Sea ANTWERP Feb discovery was made upon thei arrival of tha steamship La Plata from Buemss Ayres at this port yes terday that worth ctt specie bonds had been stolen from the pursers safe dur ing the voyaga The money was part of a large shipment from the Argentine capital to Antwerp banks i A Mining Camp OTciuhelmed HECUA Mont Feb City a j mining camp which lies at she base of tho j In Practical Agreement i Socie Republicans who believe that a quo j rum in attendance is a constitutional quo i rum also believe that the new code shoald eniboly a rule giving the speaker authoritj to announce that a quorum is present when a majority of the members arc present whether they all vote or not Speaker Reed it is understood holds that he has under the constitution the authority to do this and I that 110 rule authorizing it is needed in the 1 new ixde He is said to think that cngraf t g such a rule would reflect on the correct ss of his rulings during tbe past week in absence of a code Republicans who Lyon mountain was completely buried by a j diffeir with him on the other hand hold that snowslide Sunday morning Two miners j the speaker has the right to connt and were killed and a large amoiantof property announce a quorum as present when there destroyed They slide was tlireequartersoC are a majority of in their seatsin amilewide 0 the hall whether voting or notyet authority Tho Eqaitable Open Again NEW YORK Feb Equitable bani opened its doors yesterday afternoon The directors of the Equitable bank have ac cepted the resignation of Cashier Courter Nathaniel A Chapman of the ITestern Na tional bank was elected cashier in his Three UandreM Men Made Idle NORRISTOWN Pa Feb Abraham Cos Co stove works at Lansdale were burned yesterday Loss 375000 well in sured hundred persons are thrown out of work available for i should be embraced in tbe coda Thediffer nnlitiainthe TTiitted States is of ence wfll soon be adjusted it is fipected The total number of mem tioli at Dhloth DULUTH Minn Feb the munici pal election yesterday Davis Rep lud was elected mayor of Duluth over Shaw Dem and Hall Rap by plurality Much in terest centered in the ebction and the result was a victory for the better element in ths co inm unity Was a Sliol Gzin NEWPORT R L Feb A Sul livan a telegraph operator was shot dead last night in a barroom on Long Wharf ry Frank L Allen who was flourishing a sho gun around the place The weapon wasac cidentallv discharged Alleni gave him flrmen live togs S39524J3 Tlie Weather We May Expect WASHINGTON Crrr Feb following are the weather indications for thirtysix hours united sheep ordinary to extra 8300ASA rom 8 p m yesterday For JQQ Bsiambs fair to prime ning weather and rain except in extreme outhwest portion fair brisk northwesterly winds colder For north vesterly winds fair weather in southwest xrtion rain in northeast portion turn ng into snow For Michigan and Wta onsin Colder weather high northwest rly winds with snow and rain cold wave For weather northerly winds air in southwest portion rain or snow in northeast portion cold wave in northwest por ion THE MARKETS CHICAGO Feb 4 Board of trade quotations today ranged as follows 3arch opened TBMc closed May opened S5Sc closed 79c July opened closed 2 Mareh opened and closed 294 llav opened nd closed 31XK July nfcuwl 32c closed 24gc i March opened closed May opened closed July opened closed 2hie cpened S1000 closed May opened closed S1015 July opened close opene i closed 590 Live following were the quota tions ot the Union stock opened active and firm with prices 5c higher light grades rough packing as mixed lots S380g400 heavy packing and skipping lots beeves poor to fancy bulk 4 5 cows SL25S290 stockers and feeders muttons iLSD lambs Produce Elgin S dne creameries dairies finest frah packing stock fresh per doz ice house stock Tc DresBed per Ib torkevs per Ib docks per Ib 5T If of Hebron per bo 1 per bo superiorticellence proven in of homes for more quwrtcrof a is used by tthe TTrdted Sntee Government EB dormed by the Headset the great Cniverritles as the Stroocest Purest and most Healthful Dr Prksee Croon r Powccr not contain Aiiinionia Llmeor BOM PBICE BAK meo ISG POWDER CO   

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