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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - February 6, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                15TH YEAE THURSDAY PEBRUAlil 6 1890 NO GRAYS Corner THE CODE OF BULES Filibuster Dropped from the Legislative Vocabulary On io following Standard r Warners Coraline Tandem Good Jjtiok Health Nursing Perfection Waist Dr Unlls Kfibo Corsit Thompsons Glove FiUini Corset Duplex Corset Dr Warners Misses Corset Corset SEEDS NEW DEPAETUEE BATIHED S tho above excel brands of corsets are lludical Chanjjca in the Procedure of tho House Tho Republicans in Caacun Adopt Them All and tlie lienaocrats Ask Tor Farther THlla Made Potent Bal In Guy STatvkes Sensation WASHINGTON CITY Feb Repub lican caucus in the house yesterday after noon was called to order soon after the house adjourned by Henderson of Illinois the per Huaranteect uar In ovory partic on recoro and a quorum fcieing counted 6y Ine speaker Infernal Macnlne in the Capitol WASHINGTON CITY Feb Jones Df the Capitol police force yesterday dis covered a tin box hidden la oae of tlie spit toons in the rotunda of tha Capitol contain ing explosive substance Tlie wasabout the size of a silver dollar in inch deep and filled with a powder that looked a little like sawdust or sulphur pow der together with little counts of a sub stance looking like saltpetre A test showed that the powder was explosive The cap tain thinks it WOK a railway torpedo that some one threw away Call Eni Ilatt and Sillier WASHINGTON CtTY Feb each of the gleaming brass andirons that form one of the many decorations in Vice President Mortons sumptuous room at the Capitol hangs a castoLC iron shoo evidently tUJSEMEXTS jy i OlKKA HOUSE Just Ono Klglit Friday Evening Feb recognized and proceeded new cod bers changes had been agreed m MeKinJey as tha repra W0rnly a lively trotter while tho committee on rules was otuer protected the hoof of a paitient mule while be read tho They wero placoJ there for good luck and LABOR IiN GERMANY Emperor Wilhelms Views on an Important Subject iN EXHAUSTIVE INQUIRY OBDEBED riie State to Take Charge of tJie Matter in the Interests of Employer nttd Em Little Hobnob at BisEjarclts lolrlgne Against Fer Gouip from Minister Lincolns 3Ila celllany BEELTK Fab Tha emperor has issued an onJer to the minister of commerce direct ing liiim to take imseuiate steps towards the jxteniiion of workiugraens insurance and to institute an exhaustive inquiry into the trada laws affecting factory labor However val uable tha emperor says tha present meas ures lor improving tha position of working BIG FLOODSJN OREGON Portland Inundated and Mueu Property Avalanches PORTLAND Ore Feb unprece dented mild weather which has prevailed for the last two weeks all over this section of country has caused a sudden thaw in the mountains along tho Williaraette river which empties into tha Columbia just above the city Tuesday and the day before warm rains fell and early yesterday morning the Williamette was transformed into a roaring torrent Before daylight tha Columbia be gan to rise rapidly and now the water is liree feet deop oa First street and thousands If dollars worth of damage has been done The entire population of the flooded district have moved to higher ground News is re ceived of great suffering in the mining re gions Heavy snowstorms south of Seattle are causing great damage to railways and tele graphs Six Men Killed by an Avnlanclie SPOKANE FALLS Wash Feb The town of Burke Idaho in the Coeeur dAlene Dewenter HATTER le prepared by the Republican inem about the senate cud of tha Cap till they have ui oniite mmm m LUO u tho committoeto explain what been named respectively Thomiis C Platt men may be they are by no means equal to has been nearly destroyed 1 to and thoir various and Warner Miller because there is always the task he has undertaken of betenng their avalRIlciie Half of the busi meanings MclGnlsy assisted in ox flro between them plaining by Cannon As each read it was explained and afterward debuted and A Court of Patent Appeals WASIJINQTON Crrr Feb house 6th Tiiamnson Opera Company 40ARTIST840 Opori Success of lie riitMl Com cent SAID f SUIIL Dunce Miialo iui1 HCIIU of Silferioi Niniilier ttnd ivt iir x vrert Onlaino l bo Fnmo luivo Volcua that tire Iiatiir i iii Fiiclytultivatuil nirin li CmijOSiil filrld tnat art inecfill mill iossrasril of SwiAl Scrrn ry lire all tlU 14 mi oeciislon of anfc RtionlU rnlss Prices NITURE JS U Lowest GUR DESIGNS MB j lies workmanship al 1 onvc our salesroom faita Sons as itiiSt FINE FOB THE A R YINS SI root Drug Store UKAL Sixtv crs nf the oll Uarncll fiirm per fieri1 tin easy payments Lois iloiirsiiiO of Johnsons sulilitiot vliO per 1 eiwy pnymcUs condition Wants an International Talk Ttis emperor in a rescript to Bismarck says he desires that the ambassadors of uess houses are in ruins and tee terror stricken inhabitants have fled to the to wns of Gem and Wallace fearing a repetition of ths disaster Tho disaster occurred Tues A Tf QP TI JLJLl U QL JGJU OL lAitiKjVtiLJ quorum in comnritteo of thj whole and au horiaing speaker to count members present but not voting in ordar to make up 1 quorum wero The last noitioned ruli provides that tile clerk indor the ilirection oC tfaa speaker shall iota tha names of members present roting and hand tho to tho speaker to bo Tliij i probably the mosb providm for in the new coda By j sarpcrors proposal is accepted Bismarck is i to invite all the nations interested to attend escape and a number were injured Phenomenal KainStorna SAX FRAXCISCO Feb dispatch from from Jacksonville Oro says A phpnome Syuipatliy from the WASHINGTON CITY Feb follow n labor conference log telegram was yesterday received at tlie j Tlie States Duty to Ijibor linvv department dated Toulon France I The emperor affirms that it is tho duty o Fcb 5 from Admiral Walker in command the state to so regulate the duration and tho nalrainstorm has prevailed m southern Ore randTo Cthesqundronof evolution Haveheard nature ot labor as to insured health the SoToStems ompanyhs been robbed again and this time with deepest grief of sad cavity whch mortllity and the supply of all the economic go th snow has Last omcais ana men wanlB of tne workingmen and to preserve b i their claims to equality before tha law For Tacllio Express Is Lookin for Tho Culprit Ono of title Guaranteed Sort How He Accomplished His Big Steal So aa to tim Time to Fly Awaj An Unfor tunate Company ST Louis Ho Feb The Pacific Expres country was settled The damage to south Saturday the City National bank of Dallas yesterday and the price of window jlass 5 pjr cut for the next live days at tho end ot which time the new prieo list will be issued and there will be an advance of 10 per cent Four Men Badly Burned WILKESDARKE Pa Feb aa explo sion of gas in the Pettitone shaft at Kings ton yesterday Arthur Evans Richard GiBrien John Thomas and Cornelius Cars pjpair men were badly burned They are at a hospital here and will probably re cover Heceptloii to the NEW TORE Feb Bar association of this city hold a reception last night iu honor of tho visiting supremo court justices Many eminent men in and out of the legal profession wero present Tin justices left for Washington City this morning SmithJackson election committco on pubic buildings and grounds taken toward tho authorized favorable reports bom empowering adopting it th ILpibUeau members sustain Speaker liueds rulings during the recent content over tho case Oilier Important Modifications The other important changes in the naw rules adopted by the caucus wero those pro viding for three of business to bo known as tho Union tho Private nnd tho House calendars providing that thu house shall not make new legislation on apI propriation closing debate in commitr t30 of tho whole abolishing as privileged j motions to tuko a recess or adjourn over to j a set date allowing but 0110 motion to ad journ to oo oiiturUdnoil when any proposi tion is under consideration tho restoration of tho morning hour tho taking up of house bills amended by the senate immedi ately upon thoir return to tho houst1 Tho IHorning Hour Respecting tha morning hour ib is pro vidod that it shall lust for sixty minutes ami shall ba devoted to tho consideration of j bills reported by committees If at the j close of tho hour the matter ia still undis posed of a motion to go into committee of tho whole on a certain measure may be j made To this an amendment in the shops of a substitute of another bill may be made aud should this bo lost the morning hour will continue until tho txibject is concluded Concerning the rule providing against now legislation on appropriation bills it was explained to tho caucus tha t the com Public Itnilillng 15I1U NOTOX CITY Jan ern Oregon cannot be estimated as yet for the promotion of peace between workingmen postal communication is so uncertain that yesterday mi the bills public buil burg liti ids MURDER Ashlanrl ancl Cedar Rap 0The house and their employers legal measures must by establishment of regtila workingmen to appoint delegates enjoying their confidence to repre sent them in the settlement of affairs thcso delegates siaCcguarduig tha interests of the workingmeu whom they represent in all only surmises can bo made of tho ravages of the water ou the line of the numerous trib utaries of the Rogue river introduced in the house negotiations with thenemployers or with Buried by n SnowSlide NEW YORK Feb A special to The World from Hccio Mont says Lyon City n mining camp which lies at the base of the government Siinha system would cna Lyon mountain was completely buried by bla tho workingmen to their wishes a snowslide Sunday morning Two miners wero killed and a large amount of property IN A CHURCH and grievances peaceably and freely and A Riot Precipitated by a Very Personal i wouj giro tho nuthorities of the states ail Steal Killed CHARLOTTE N C Feb CDuring ser vices in a Virginia country church about thirty miles from Sparta If C last Sunday tho Rev Jospa IvI Strooko during the course his remarks said opportunity to inform themselves in a very direct way of the condition of tha working people thus keeping in touch with all their activities sentiments and impulses Tho Troubles at tlie Mines Referring to tho state oftilings in tho destroyed Tho slide was threequarters of a mile wide A Flood in Hit St MoirrBAL Feb G It is reported hcdo that the flood in the St Lawrence river has risen so high that there is six feet of water Tex cousigned to the Commercial Dank of Si Louis Tho money was in two sackiiges One contained SS5000 in currency mcl the other 615000 in gold iu a small bag The packages were handed to F A Walton he money clerk of the express company at Dallas who issued a receipt for the packages laid Co contain 550000 put the S35000 in hia jockst and made out a way bill for the JCv iu gold Two hours later Walton tahcrsd all his portable effect and started or the Indian territory The SloOOO Got There Tho S 15000 in gold reached tha Comnier ial bonk Monday and after waiting two lays the 3o000 to turn up tho bank Tiada complaint to L A Fuller superin tendent of the express company Mr Fuller TVore i mn in this tortrenatiou who mines the emperor says that owing to his in the streets of La Prairie and serious throughout that action are antlcl an invocation aud the first discov pated jry be mado was that Walton had loft Dal as hurriedly Sunday morning Last night the following telegram was received from Comoino in Edged Tools PnTSBUHO Pa Fob 0 the companys ngert at Dallas Ex of all of tho edged tool manufacturers of the Walton Insstolen the billed to the f rl to sec the mines developed into model estab is a wonder Ood does not ram down fire and anfl dcsLres that m21lsures sball te brimstone upon his head and dnsume to that end Tho council of state will Tho preacher pointed his finger towards meet to consider tho preliminary qaestwns Thomas Coleman who occupied a seat near involved iu carrying out these idea the pulpit and as jumped to his feet t sooner was a I point the experts who arb to report to the statement that ona of the closest combina nVstiirtSlforthe Imlinn dozen deacons were up demanding that he council of sato on labor questions Btiron tions in existence has been formed Tho 5cnt detectives after him have sit down Everything was in cn uproar and Stulm will ba one ot them aa attcnpt was madeto eject olemon tolenians Bcsperate FJglit Coleman resisted and soiling a stick of mittee of the house having chargeof approI wood yirl noar tho stOTe De began to j priation bills will be allowed underthe rules fM to report legislation at erty tima to a limitoa extent Hills for Kelerencc Another ssctiou of the rules roported to the caucus an 1 agreed to provides that bills bo laid on the clerks desk for reference by wjeid it hard and fast knoekl tig fonimen GRACIOUS EMPEROR WILHELM SmolccH n Pipe wilH JJlsniarcU anil Talks Xabor Jieforu KEKLIK Feb kaisjr was the guest to fatally wouudiug Jeremiah Qf Prince Bsinack ingt pvonisls at a dln nei given in tha emperors honor Tho ULs arm to Prince 7 mcirck and led her to the dining hnll he sat at her IcLi and opposite tlio chancel Ferguson One man wrenched the club from Coleman and dealt him a fearful blow across tho head killing him The man then walked out of the church has not beau seen since capital represented exceeds The organization will do business under the name of the American Axe company and is in the hands of a board of directors which has power to transact all business bearing upon the and sale of edged tools Destructive Fire in Brooklyn How Got Awny Superintendent Fuller said last night Walton succeeded in getting a good start y a pretty smart trick When the money UBS over to bim ho issued a receipt ind made out a waybill for 830000 a copy at which he took in the letterbook Then ho destroyed tho way biil for and lost Six MCKI of Her Crew BOSTON Feb ship Josephine from New York for Dautzic with oil was disabled by heavy seas Jan 24 Five men wero washed overboard and one fell from tho jib boom Tho vessel was abandoned Jan SO ha a sinking condition Capt Putto and seven men the survi ors were taken off bj tho steamer Thaneuiore from which arrived heroyesterdiy Doingn Ooneroil Arson Uusliicss NEWARK N J Morris Feldman Isaac lleisncr and ISimon Armiss proprie tors of a tobacco store were nrresed yes terday for arson and confessed that tliy had set fire to their store to got insur ance money They also confessed having committed similar crimes in other cities Navnjos ICMent a Killing DUKAXGO Colo Feb Navajo Indians iu Sail Juan county New Mexico ui5 harrowing the settlers on account of lla recent killing of m ludian About M3 warriors are off tho reservation and tka set tlers are greatly alarmed rIilan a Hlg Gam MONACO Fob Uio cxkinjcf Spain lot francs yesterday at tho i Casiuo BROOKLYN Feb American Mat made out one for 815000 and sent on the mu Oyi ArtT lno The injured were Edward Clinvson Edwards and John Pceby INVITATION TO LOTTERIES North Dakota Gives Tlienn Encouragement to Start Business Tticrc Robert emperors request and tho two smoked pipes and indulged iu general conversation Incidents of tlie Hobnob The papers are filled with incidents oC the dinner After dinner the company separ ated into three groups Around the em ting companys building on Spencer titret was burned about midnight last nigut with a largo stock of material and manufactured goods The loss is estimated at Six firemen wero injured The fire was a very Eerce one owing to the inflammable nature of the stock tha building a fourstory structure 200 feet iquaiv was destroyed iu a remarkably short tim The flames spread to surrounding dwellings aud a large num ber of families were compalled to flea Tlie Weather Slav Kxpoct WASHINGTON CITY Feb followtnu are the weather indications for thirtysix hours from 8 p in yestenJiay lror fair weather varlxjle winds For Indiana and wiatlwr except local show ers in southern uonioti wanner Friday morn ing northerly winds becoming variable For Lower weather northerly winds becoming variable warmer Friday inornin For UpjicMiohijria and Wisconsin weather variable winds warmer Fri day morninir public printer after tho speaker lias written the name of thu appropriate committee on them Icahiou UllU lirivilegetl Thero was considerable debate on a propo sition submitted by Atkinson of Pennsylva nia to amend the proposedrules by making pension bills matters of privilege The dis cussion waxed hot on this but Atkinson mitting lottery companies to operate in this freely while tha deputies present listened wiQtir in vustriaand Hmvary iinally carried his point state passed the senate last evening by a maTlie emperor expressed his resolve to pro tir JMMilvrnntM The various changes were not however jority ol oo to 8 It is said tbnt tho bill will mote legislation for the benefit of tho work to ba immov ng without cousiderablo discussion lnrn nmioritv in tte honso also ing classes and to advance tteir interests miilunnirc spoiled to impiovmg rap jold Tho show that 550003 has been shipped to St Louis and no suspiciou ivtui created until tho bank entered com plaint Vialton is jears of age red haired and smooth facsd Wo have tela graphed all points on tho Missouri Kansas j and Texasi and Missouri Pacific and as I boi CHICAGO Feb 5 lieve ho intends to reach Canada we hop3 Board of trade quotations to4ay ranjjeilas to get Iiim A good reward will ba paid j 2 March opened and THE MARKETS peror were Princo and Princess Bismarck ABBREVIATED TELEGRAMS BISMATSCK N D Feb bill per The emperor and tho chancellor talking as flrtclas Jt ir H liclnnnrl liCQr ftlld W Oil SuOOtlllg llBb 111 St C1OS adopted somu of the subject matter being objected to as entirely too radical thero was not that unanimity that prevailed at the caucus which first consid ered the rules the code as a whole was ac cepted without much dissent The caucus met at 1 p m aud remained in session until a few minutes after 7 oclock last evening Considered ty ho Iemocrnts A Democratic caucus was held last night iu the house Tho new coda of rules was the single topic of discussion Carlisle read each rule in turn and following tho example of McKinley at tho Republican caucus ox plained the new features Thero was little disscussion It was agreed that Carlisle should ask tho Republicans for more time to have a largo majority iu tke honso also Governor Miller has announced his deter mination to veto the bill but it is said that tho measure has enough friends in both houses to pass it over his veto The objects of the bill are stated to ba besides raising needed revenue to protect the state against E laad the great losses which occur from sending ot Mgianci largo sums to the lotteries of othar states and the building up of solvanb and reliable home institutions It is known now that the Louisiana Lottery company will establish in the state under the name of Dakota Lottery company 1 men are and also expressed his intention to appoint a commission to investigate their condition and their needs He spoke of tho colonies idly Tho trouble at the Volunteer mine at Pal mcr Mich bos quieted down arid the fears and expressed regret that Germany did not a riot have abated possess the countless niillions of money and The men killed by tho railway accident at vast fleets of vessels that constituted tho Peoria Ills have been dug out tho i wreck all Ladiy mangled The tanners Greensvillo county Va Duke of Cambridge s Sons j are de3titute aud on the verge of starvation LONDON Feb is regarded as certain TleT bave appCalcd for help that a bfll to legitimize the three sons of ths R H Laughliu a Sioux Falls S D duke of Cambridge by his morganatic raar builder went insane at Streator His of la i riago will come up in parliament and club grippe aud died Wednesday offering odds that it will pass A mass meeting oE colored men at Birna tor him Ho was uuder a bond of 2003 by one of the guaranty companies Ecen Robbed Several Times Ecfore The Pacific Express company has been for ten yearsi a chronic sufferer from raids of robbers Five years igo Prentice Tiller a clerk employed by the company herewalked iway one Sunday night with a valise con taining of the funds of the Paeinc company He tried to reach Canada but after a hot chase was arrested in Milwau kee where a landlord opened the valise and found it filled with money Tiller received ten yearsi in the penitentiary Three years ago Fred Wittrock alias Jim Cumminiss Frank Haight and John Weaver jumped o Pacific Express car at the Union depot bound Express Messenger Fothering ham and robbed the safe of These mun were arrested in Chicago and about SOOCO recovered TONY SCHOOTKS DESPAIR closed May opened closed Julj opened closed 776c Xo 2 March opened closed 29i May opened and closed July opened and closed No 2 March opened closed May opened closed 22H9ic July opened oloseil Starch opened and closed SM Slay openert closed SUUTH opened i loscd March openid closed Sa90 Live The following were the quota tions at the Union yards Alarket opened active and steady Later now weak and prices 5c lower crades rough packing nxixe I lots 395 henvjpacking and shipping lots 40 Dull bids KS15c lower beeves 8310S490 bulk cows S140630J stackers and feeders Sh Strong to shade higher muttons ambs 85005i615 Produce ButtciFancy Elgin 27c Bae creameries 2KiS25c dairies finest fresh packing stock Strictly fresh per doz ice house Bloc c Dressed poultryChickens per Ibi 83120 pr turkeys pr Ib ducks j Thb bo viewed nTtae light of a graceTui an1 H Commiu geese per Ib PotatoesPeerless 309350 compliment to the cotamanderinchief of for the deportation negroes to Africa A desirable resilience on llroail ny Auceirable resilience oa cast Morlh treet A tleiirabic resilience on Wcstsiiu Two resiliences on Ohio street A iksi rabla resilience at Sdi acres in Lusunu For trade farms for ciiy property cliciip resilience on ess I Jhirket niul Spenr streets ui orang grove in Florida i coo 1 liorso and cirringe For trril For tra for For ins for nil Minis Fur enquire of M M GORDON Pension atul Reiil Estate Agent Elliott Block Logausport Intl IIA UCDKE KRDEBERsSTRflIN Copieil Heeds Iln ngs i Mout Fub Reeds t the national house gave the cue her majestys forces on the occasion of iu tho state senate and he broke the dead lock for a time A motion was made to con sider two bills from the Republican house THAT WOOD BALLOTBOX Tltc IIoiiso Committee Hears JTlirtlier Tes timnnj tho Forgrory ViAsnixoTON CITY Feb house committco investigating the Ohio ballot box motion cairied counting the two Democrats forgery continued tlie inquiry yesterday in who called for the yesis and nays to make so his of the officers owing to his whiinisi s and pighoadedness and they are not for his retirement If parliament and two Democrats demanded the yeas and laoitinjzes uis sons they will become nomi nays They were ordered tha Democrats then declared the nally princes of the blood The duke mar ried an actress and was a devoted and faith ful husband to her Governor Foraker crossexamined Gov ernor Campbell who snid ho had com quorum Democrat This was a startler for the bufc as soon as the senate ad Luciiced to look for Wood at the time that journed they all left tho city and think a Always Are of Rnssian Origin men Frank Chapman Fred Young and James Berry were drowned while boat ing at Marine City Mich night Rasr Admiral Stephen B Quackenboss United States navy died at his home in Washington Tuesday night aged 6T The city school board of Fort Dodge la has decided to hoist the national ensign daily on each of the public school buildings Tha bank of Lobold Fisher at Abilene Kan which failed some time ogoJ owes Tony the latter was openly traveling between Cin cinnati and Cohuubus He had charged Foraker with being an infamous scoundrel because the latter had charged him Camp bell with corrupt practice whsn he Fora ker didnt know what he was talking about Tho governor said that Hiddon told him that he Haddon wrs forced to testify to seeing a paper nsenibliag tho forgery or get out of tho Republican party sergeantatarms will have serving notice on them SOFIA Feb ilaj 1anitza and the three 5400000 and has assits of appraised other military officers who were arrested some trouble bora jaw wero uraigngd for ex ammation yesterday Tlie inquiry disclosed That lown atonotony DES MOISES la Ftib is no prospect of end to the deadlock The Repub licans claimed in the bouso yesterday that the Democrats did not have a good claim to organization because they did not have fifty votes in their own party To this tho Dem tho fact that the plot with which they wera connected to assossinata Priiica Ferdinand and proclaim a regency was of Russian or igin and instigated by M Hitrove the Russian minister at Bucharest As a result of these revelations four civilians connected with tha conspiracy were arrested tittle Alio Lineoln value An unknown mtia leaped in front of an elevated train in ilsew York Wednesday and was fatally mangled in sight of a crowd of fOple waiting at the station Several business houses at Belle Plaine la were destroyed by fire originatieg Suicide CLEVELAND O Feb Schootk of 822 Scranton avenue told her husband yesterday morning that she was going out calling Tony objected and a fight ensiued Mrs Schootk was victorious and she proceeded to make her call After she had gone Tony saturated a bed with coal oil set fire to it and got in He was fatally burned and the house badly damaged A Bright Chicago Jnry CHICAGO Feb the jury in the case of John Hogan vs the C B and Q brought in a model verdict Sirs Hogan was killed by a train on that road some weeks ago The jury decided that the road svas to blame and brought in a verdict for damages The judge set the verdict promptly aside and sent the jury home with ocrats replied that represented a Mrs R J tt ood wife ot the forger said arger popular vote than those of the Repub1 LOSDOS Feb Yoang Abraham Liu lutions will be transmitted to Mr Tracy her time her husband had icans and so it went A Iofc of oratory was ES tea j s fe j h E Revbum has le V0tet condition is no worithan Et has been for a nominated by the Republicans of the Fourth Foraker Seven ballots were had for spealereach fa not d pmoag oil and wasts Wednesday The losses something to think about The railway j 1 reaeli about insurance 5fiOO The Virginia legislature Wednesday adopt ed unanimously resolutions of sympathy for Secretary Tracy in his affliction Tha reso per bn Beauty ot Hebron per bu Burbanks 3sg40c per bn Illinois sweet po tatoes good to foncv 82753301 Apples Good to fancy per bbL Cranber bell and cherries per bbU i New York Feb 5 i No 2 nsd winter 85J4C cash do Slay 87c do Jane do July Ku 2 mixed cash io February 36i4c i do March 37J4 do ApriL SSMc do May j Quiet but steady No 2 mixed cash do February 8S5Jc do Marrb do Afar Rye and Nomi na Dull mess 1 Dull April Ifay i Live Stock Cat tie Prices sustained com men to fairly oxen 53003125 bulls S22iJjT23 Sheep and A triflo Srmer for both sheep and i lambs sheep lambs Firmer and higher live hogs 440 W Ifc that Haclilon told g wrong Forak said she wrote t in that to Wood were at his disposal ExGovernor i Foraker here said that ho never received that i letter Robert J Wood son of the forger I showed the stock book ths BallotBox company There was no name on it The committee then adjourned for the day i Congress in Iliief AVASiriXGTOS CITT Feb the transaction of morning business in the sen ato ypsterduy a resolution was offered au thoriiing the renting of rooms outside ths Capitol f or coornrnittee uso After debate it was referred Blair then addressed the sen ate in advocacy of his educational bill A or speaereac fa not The only use for alarm is that Hard Time witli That Bill N T Feb the state sen ate yesterday the assembly Worlds fair bill vras put upon its final passage as amended and failing to receive the 17 votes necessary to its passage was declared losti A motion to reconsider was tabled but Senator Fas sett says the bill will be called up again when its advocates have votes enough claimed that Mrs Hogan crossed the track inside tho yards instead of going to the reg ular crossing If she had done the 1 alter she would not have been killed The verdict was a compromise Want Lower Bates on Corn CHICAGO Feb members of the board of railroad warehouse commissioners were in conference in mis city yesterday with the representatives of igressman j the improvement in his condition is so slow Kelley as to bo scarcely perceptible Two of the most Princess Lucy a 7months old girl baby t distinguished surgeons in England now visit weighing 2 pounds ounce and only four railways engaged m traffic from died at Baltimore Mi pomte tryrng to secure a reduction of the Wednesday She had been on exhibition at freight cnargcs on corn lUe conference ijaioHuij u will be continued although the railway men a dime museum they dont hQW wffl hdp the farmers who are burning their corn for fue os it is cheaper than corn It lower that his treatment in Paris was the worst kind of botch work steamer Germanys Reply to Rnssia BERLIN Feb having deter mined to build a new arsenal at Libau to cost Germany replies by a deter mo 111 u ifc mination to build an aisenal Eit Danzig in j resolution was presented from the foreign west Prusii near the Russian border as j UVJJAtyJ f t affairs committee simply congratulating the tho one Kiel is too far west to serve as a Brazilian people upon the adoption of a re heck ou any movement tho Russians might An Overdue Steiamsr LOXDOS Fob 6 The British McGarcl from anxiety for her safety is felt She was spoken on Jail 12 at which time she had a damaged rudder Uncle Rufus Hatch of York was in Chicago Wednesday and said that Chi O JM t j f 41 11 Belize U overdue and mucQ cago will get the World s fair or there will n it stjmuate shipment M Is felt wo b2 He says Jew Yori hasno site publictn form of government There is no mate from Libau ou TuJ 1S5 Brtuvay Cliristinns Frenzied OnooC thi bills introduced ATHESS Feb from Crate state 3 of for anchvoU of Vhat the Christians have ariain in a frenzrf Calls Promptly fltondtfl to i held a secret afcer wliich Nc flj I aJjourn irsakos the Ilio hip joint fSG per moatli j E desperation and aro Eit Day or h Tbi house held a short scission doing nothj many of whotn are being murdered daily iiig cxcjjit the approval of the journal rurkish families are floating to the towns which was in the usual manner it is feared that a general revolt of trouble began the Democrats refiisine to eo I Ctoistians is imminent j A Joke on i Loxixxv Feb irrcverant joke baa peoji plsyod on several of doilies The Morning Post societys organ having been among th3 A few days ago soma of t23 paporj prlafcaj affecting ippeas to U1I B to ivturai to alBictcd relatives promising tha ii ho displayed a xatrite disposition uall would yet ba well rhe notices being sign xl V R the alluaon tho Turks o Henry of Barterborg jjjJ Lis imperial iiotherinlaw vrns too trarspirerit to escape ittentioalong and tho advertisements were hastily Jailed after they hud afforded con and dont want it anyhow Tbornas George rector of th3 Episcopal church at Ini has been dis musal by Bishop Kriickcvbrcier as a fraud tfan Association of turr3 was devoted to the re porisn vcrj At East iiicli Wednesuay Tom Barry late K of L lecivlsr said that his espcaare had wreofccd th3 kuights When he rcsirned ha tlis order hid 300KW meinbers Now tlier are but Crovernor Thayer of Sctroska has writ ten to Chairman McKinley of the house and put down prices in the cost 3Iectlng of Stove Manufacturers CHICAGO Feb session of Store Manufac the reading of reports of special committees and President Bar bonrs address A report favoring the adop tion of the Tony bankruptcy bill was irtopted President Barbonr in his address crged tha delegates to use all their influence to defeat the bill now before congrea 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