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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - February 7, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                LOGANSPOBT 15TH YEAB JOHH BRAYS Corner FEIUAY BVEHIN61 7 1890 A CHANCE FOR THE ANARCHISTS THE MINERS FOE application Tor a patent except in design WANTS A BIG WAD i I Gibson Asks Four Millions for 1 the Mississippi On Cor following Standard r Wiirn Ts Curalinc Tandem Good Luck Health X ursine ii Thompson Olovc FiltiiiS Dorset Ur i Warners Misses Corset Corset SVl lorit braiKk gunrnntooa Gx corsots rvery portic s the fee shall be 810 and for subsequent vcars 85 In addition to those and otuer fees provided for the patentee shall United States from the fifth year alter taa application was filed to the year thereafter graduated fees from S2a to 515 000 In the event that any of these lees are not paid within thirty days after they be come due tlie letters patent are to be void Gold Meduls for Hallway Mail Clerks CITY Feb 7 Postmaster General Wonamaker has decided to present at the close of the present year twelve gold medals to railway mail clerks They will be lajitrurj n known as The Postmaster General Medals One will be awarded to the clerk in isach of the eleven divisions who shall during tue year make the best general record on the number oE cards distributed The twelfth D1 ill OcrillA ItOUSK MASAfiEK Just One BLAIR HEADS OPP A LITTLE JOKE Having for Its Purpose mi Exceedingly Slim nnd Halstead liefore the BallotBox Woftil Predictions About the of I tlio Common SchoolsSuggestions for i the National GuardOl Interest to In Fuunce located WASHINGTON CITY Fob 7The senate assed a bill yesterday extending for two medal wiu anarded to tha clerk of any tho time for tho completion ot the j class in any division who shall distribute the iridge across tho Mississippi at Burlington greatest number of cards Gibson introduced u joint resolution DoeBates Call on Ue President WASHINGTON CITV Feb of the delegates to the three conventions now in session here called on President Harrison at the executive mansion yesterday afternoon About seventyfive delegates from the Col ored National convention came first and appropriating to improve the Mis sissippi aud to pay the expenses of the Missis sippi river commission Tho Oklahomabill was taken up and amended so as to require foreigners to have declared their intention to become citizens twelve months prior to elec tion b3foro they cui vot Pending discussion of the increase of the area of the territory the Friday Feb 6th Thompson Opera Company 40 vrni Siicscs in1 Music uirl riuilil r Ntimliuruir1 Ex L LlIU t il went ever and Blair continued his re gates to the American baippm jducational bill Tb3 houscj presijent received them in the Ivist room the mirks on ihe amendment to the bill for improving Missouri river cutting down the appropria tion to 875000 from was agreed to and niter ail executive session tin senate ad j jurned to Monday The houseapproved tho journal agiun with no Democrats voting tho MOW coda ot rulus was reported the seuuto direct tax bill rwoived iMid thon tbe cull of states for bills etc was beun the bills introduced weio tho iollowhis reducing first after themTarneTsO National Guard associa tion delegates followed by about fifty dole lotierna Til fee in TillIll HliV Hie1 Titc Irlty Vlf veruOrilaluo I to be have that ii 1its Composed of anil rossca9iil if lire nil patent application but requiring patentees to pay the Unitd States largo to SlVMObeinnin with the fifth year after jmini applicationto pension army nurses putting tariff of O cents per bushelm im ported potatoes appropriating soOUUU tor survey ol a ship canal between Lakes Micbi irau and Superior providing a pension of SS i per month for Union soldiers taken prisoners in Texas prior to May 10 1801 fixing hours tiiet an ejoctisiitii j OIIUSllOllIll D S e sv 1 Woo rn1 Saturday Matinoo ioimiKnciny Monday February 10th THF 11 Ill SUNBEAM of labor oE officers of steam vessels at not more than twelve per day At the couclusior of tho call the house adjourned SHERMAN AND HALSTEAD Senator and Eminent Editor Testify About That llullotBox Forgery WASIIINOTON Crrv Feb Senator Sher man was the first witnas before tho ballot box contract yesterday and his testimony was a quiet raking down of all those who had boon deceived by tho forgery as well as a complete denial any interest in the ballotbox company His own alleged Hu9 Found Tinner Fuunce WASHINGTON CITY Gen eral Miller bos been informed the wherea bouts of tho tinner Fnunca who flfld from Aberdeen Miss at the time of the burning of Secretary Proctor in effigy Mr Faunce will probably bo brought to this city when after consultation with him Attorney Gen eral Miller will docido whether the United Statesshould take action matter A Claim for Advico CITY Jan 7Ths senate committe on military affairs at its meeting vesterday morning listened to an argument on the AmmCorroll claim but did not reach final action ou it Miss Carroll in SOI pre sented to the war department somo cam suggestions vhich were acted upon and since 1S70 her claim for recom pense has been before congress Terrible Destruction of Life in Great Britain THE PIT FIENDS DEEADEUL WORK One Hundred null Fifty Collier Roasted or Clicked to Death in the Dowels ol tlie Dead Uoilies Horri bly Mangled of tUe Calamity The Slaugliter at tlio Ballet in Orcgrou Victims LONDON Feb While about 300 miners were at work yesterday in tha Abasychau colliery near Newport Wales an explosion of foul air shatters the various shafts and imprisoned the whole force It was at Or3t feared that every soul iu the coal pit had perished aud for hours it was impossible to learn the truth every way of entrance to tha mine having been blocked up by shat tered coal veins and broken machinery cases etc At length Due of th3 shafts was cleared sufficiently to admit of the down ward passage of a temporary cage and an exploring party entered the mine Then it was found that aboKC 100 of Che men had either been crushed to death or sat of Flclden ct al To Be Eerired nt Washington CUv SPRIXGFIELD His Feb Anarch ist cass 5s to be taken before the supreme j court the United States for review Moses Salomon the Chicago attorney for Fielden Schwab and Sesbe received yos iordav an order from the chief justice the Illinois supreme court granting a writ of er from the United States supreme court to the supreme court oi Illinois for the purpose of allowing the case to again go before that court for review Salomons Persistent Contention Attorney Salomon has always contonded j that the prisoners wero deprived of a conrti Dewenter THE tutional right by not being permitted to i present when the state supromo court passed entenea upon them The United States EU prema court in passing upon the case said The objection that the defendants were not The object actually present in the supreme court ct iij at the time sentence was pronouncaJ cannot bo made on tho rccnrd as it now on its face it shows they nvrs present If thLs is not in accordance with the fact tho record must be corrected below cot hsre It will bj time enough to consider whether the objection presents a federal question when the conection is focatcd by foul air nnature was a copy of his rubber franking Secretary Trnrya ConditliMi WASHIKGTON Feb Tracy remained at tho White House all yes terday most oE the time sitting up in Ins room He is gradually regaining his Ho did not receive any visitors though num bers called and left their cards Secretary Tracy has not yet seen his daughter Mrs Wilmerdlng since the fatal night before the ire istamp Tho JIuKinloy sipiaturo was a poor imitation Butturworths might be taken as genuine if there was nothing in the docu ment to call it in question The fact that his Shermans signature was there would nat urally raise a question and excite wonder why ho bad contracted to pay money to John E McLean But abovi all tli is the paper nlicated a crims and also that tho criminals fools as the UuiUd States had not ought the ballotbox alic Jfielil Marshal Testifies Editor Murat Halstead seemod to be mused is hatold bis story which prac ically confirmed what Governor Fomker ad formerly tea tine 1 to The governor had old witness that the papor had shocked him wanted Witness and thought that ome crodTc should attach to it Tho reason he thought it gouuine was that he did not think Vood capable of executing it it was tho work of a lawyer and an artist He was ixasperateil at finding Republican names on the document bnt ly ihu HON TON THEATKE CO i tin tilu7viirNcvComedies Pooe1 of Savoy Darts Boy Husband Mnud Mlllor KriiVv Innocent Salt Sitimiiv MaiiueeClndnrolln NljtitlUieriiruis Daughter ADVUSSION Children Gallery 1O Adults dallery2O First Floor3O Matinee Children 1O Matinee AdultsO Snlrof scats Saturday motnins As i Souvenir of UuGomlrich Enssljrement two liiio CJoid Wutehcs will bo itlven iivray One Saturdiiy Matinee on Saturday Niifit Well Are Oar Kiglits Infringed WASEIIKGTOX CITT Feb the secret session of the senate yesterday the resolu tion of Edmunds declaring that the rights of the United States in the harbor of Fago Pago wero not infringed by the Samoau Teaty was to 13 No Bridge Across Detroit River WASHINGTON CITY Feb senate committee ou commerce yesterday voted unanimously to render an report ill authorizing the across tte river at was more than he hen studied the papsr thought he would nearly all ventilation having been stopped In a short time forty i the dead victims had been brought to the besides a number of othsra who hrd suffered iujurits At latest accounts the managers of the colliery estimated the ot life at about 120 but as the mine had not been thoroughly explored It is possible LJOC some of those missing and counted as dead may yet survive Worse Than the first Estimate LATER nois of the explosion wua heard a mile away The gearing of the shaft was thrown high into the air ainul A vol ume of Baine and a dense column uf smoiie The first party of rescuers tried to penetrate the old mine but without success They saw many dead bodies but were unable to reach them After the smoke abated the rescuers descended the shaft and were able bo enter apart of the works A large num ber of those rescued were seriously burned and some them will die The latest esti mate of tha dead is 150 Sixty bodies hava been recovered Blanglcd reyond BecusruHion The bodies taken out arc so horribly muti lated that excopt in two or three cases iden tification is impossible recognition being rendered doubly doubtful by tho fact that the men owing to the close and heated at mosphere of tho mine wore no clothing whatever except heavy boots to protect feet from tho flinty bottom It ascertained that the mine has been in a dan gerous condition for some time past Not loug ago an explosion occurred in an adjoin ing pit by which five men were killed The damaged pit was Hooded and the water HATTER ABBREVIATED TELEGRAMS Position of tlio Stale Sapremb Court ThD state supreme court has refused to al low an amendment of the record but not bein satUfiel apparently that a federal i not involved ha now consented to the federal court uimuy determining this matter It has nevr buen the pratu3 ot the supreme court of this state to pris oners present when that body passes upon the judgments of lower courts but if the federal court decides thnt such a riprlit x isls it vill not only giva the Anarchist oners n new trial and possible freedom but wiil vitiate judgiKont ivhieh orsiued their comrades to tho galows and ths grave While good lawyers seem ro think rhis wil not be outcome the mactcr Salomon and his feel otherwise Tlia vill come up for hearing at ariu h3 October term of court A NOVEL EXHIBITION Walton the Pacific express thief was seen in Kansas City Monday but hasnt been Why He Didnt Go to the Susocn sine Thomas O Caryoa hrs been appointed pt erne MYSTEEY ABOUT A SENATE BEOOED Pages TnUcn Out and Keplacetl by Un known Trouble in Mon tana Keachcs tlio Point tf Warrants for Diuiocrat Arrested and Tallt of Iowa Solons Beat Novel In Da kota COLUMBUS O Fob tha lieutenant governorship over Lampsou has given up the case nnd said last night in regard to the matter After full onsideratioij and acting upon theidvice ol nv attorneys and a conference oi leading attempt t nt Vest Peiit from the Twentieth nii cois district William the Englkh novelist it is true that Mary Andrson is to wed young XivanL of Xew York The box factory of J K Hunt at Rochester N Y was burned Thursday morning at a loss of alxiut The coroners verdict en the recent Monon disaster jiear Caimel Ind blames the pep cons who put isi the chiving nt the fatal curve Andrew Carnogio hss offered to spend contest for f Qn froe librnries at Pittsbmg it thecitvwiU maintain them after they arc Republicans I have decided not to Masterpieces In Ait of jto takc tho cotest to tho supreme court This decision is the records of the senate show that deposi tions weiv read before that body upon which its decision was based This he says not tiiu us it was only a summary pre pared by Mr SLurquis attorneys and really a summary of their In Gotluiui NEW SToiiK Feb 7Tiu royer of iho Metropolitan Opora house was filled last night with masterpiece of the art ot the chefs of liu Sociota Culiuairo Piiilonthro piqjtf All tho notable chefs in tovii con tributed from the great whiteaproiod art ist of Vanderbilfs kitchen down to tlie more modest worker in small restaurants Con spicuous iu tho exhibit was tho representa tion of a temple of commerce It was made of 13000 pieces of gum paste and sugar and utood several feet high The architectural beauties wero well shown and the colorm The only Knll hus a gold medal of fered by The Spcrlinc Tidies of New York to the most popular iilround base ball player tho country r The stnto senate of Virginia has paawd u based largely upon legal bill providing Cor local inspection of cUtlo Mr Lampiicu says that Ou the lioof iu that state The bill is aimed at Chicago i beef The was robbed by one man tlus lone highwayman about twelve miles from Florence A T Thurs dav known how much he got It is at Washington City that Hon Smmwl J RaiiJnll is nluriiiugly worse of tho courts have decided that those records cannotbo impeached so asuit but ijs Doctors do not the report was especially clever on Senator McMillans bill authorizing construction of a bridg Detroit UlO Lowest OUR DESIGNS IRE Ltuitlic besl workmanship ill voi to looveoursalosnwin 303 4thSt HO OS K YSTUA1N RROBGERaSTRp yrndertakerp nhone No 63 Gaiis Prampbly explode it under them anyhow especially s Campbells name wai there Ho had some scruples about printing it with Si S Coxs name on it as tlie latter was recently lead but campaign events constrained him to let it go Forakor had cautioned witnes to be careful how ho used tha paper Wit ness then told of the explosion which took place in the wrong direction how be found out that it was a forgery etc and how he retracted his statements and after giving the committee all the correspondence relat ing to the matter in his possession he stepped down aud tho committee adjourned SENATORIALJCONSPIRACY A Ijlttlo Sclicmo to Hnva Blair Spotlit to Empty Predictions WASHINGTON CITV Feb Blair showed his Yankeo shrewdness yesterday by blocking a little game that would have left him a very small to illuminate with his ideas on education today He said he would probably require until Monday to fin ish his remarks and unanimous consent was asked for a proposition that Blair be allowed to continue today anl that no other busi ness be transacted but Bhiir said ho would iot bo a party to an arrangement under which senators would be able to absent them selves from the chamber during the discus sion of the educational bill Laughter Sonic Startling Pvoplieclcs Whim bo took up his speech ou the educa tional bill later in tho day ho gave citations to prove that illiteracy was increasing m the United States Tho money necessary for the executiou of tho bill should ba appropriated said whether there was a surplus in the treasury or a deficiency because unless the children were educated there would be nei ther n surplus nor a nation Even now he said in the north the common school system was trembling in the balances and he ex pressed tho belief that before tho younger senators had passed anay the common school system ot the United States whieh was the republic would havo received its death indeed it had not already died The Colored liens Convention WASHINGTON CITV Feb 7Tho national convention of colored men finished its labors yesterday by adopting tho address to the peojjle as prepared Ivy tho committee on res lutions in which it is urged upon the col ored American voters of the United States especially in localities the public sentiment of which secures to them the efficacy and po tency of thiivotes to support in the future only such candidates fcr public office as are known to be in favor of justice to the col ored American citizen The address also favors the passage of the Blair educational bill tho passage of law to put federal elec tions under federal control and opposes the Morgan deportation bill The National Convention WASHINGTON Crrv Feb National Guard association convention yesterday adopted the report of tha committee on leg islation and Indorsed a memorial which will Sa presented to congress Hie memorial fa vors th Cutcheon seaeoast defense bill the Hawley bill providing for appointments in thi army from the officers of the National Guard and the Henderson mobilization bill with some amendments Particular stress is laid upon the pressing necessity which ex lists for au increase in theNational guard j appropriation and the sum asked for f 1000000 The convention then adjonrned i line die for IiiTentoM WASHINGTON Cnrr Feb ol Kansas introdnced a bUl in the house yeter Can USD Governors Lslaitd WASHINGTON Crrr Feb Hep burn of the treasury departmenli has ren dered an opinion to the effect that there are no legal obstacles in the way of Governors island N Y being used as an emigrant sta tion Want to Talk About FTirn Lard WASHINGTON CITY Feb 7The house committee ou agriculture bas set Wednesday next for hearing any person who may have new facts to present in connection with tlie pure lard bill Free Delivery Extension WASHINGTON CITY Feb 7The free de livery postal service will ba extended to the following Placo 011 March 3 Marion Ind Fort Madison la and Kanknkee Ills Indorsed Subsidies WASHINGTON CITY Feb Ameri can Shipping league convention yesterday adopted resolutions indorsing the Farquhar subsidy bill now pending in congress Hail to Itustlo for Their lives GLENS FALLS N Y Feb 7Tho Mansion hotel and a small building adjoining were owners of tho mine be prosecuted for crimi nal negligence Tbe physicians in attendance pronounce half of tha number of dead to have been killed by fire and concussion and tbe other bali by suffocation Several of those rescued alive havesince died THE WRECK AT THE DALLES ElglitBIcn Instantly Killed and Fright fully Mutilated PORTLAND Oro Feb of the railroad accident that occurred on Sun day last on the Union Pacific railroad near Cascade locUs on Columbia river in which nine men were killid and wounded have boon received The train consisted of nu engine tender and caboose and had on board about thirtyfive laborers Wlien Uu engine had almost cleared tho trestle which is about fifty feet This was the work of C Ranhofer the chef of Delnvmicos Landscapes in Sugar He bad twelve other pieces Two waro andscapes in sugar which a feufeet away ookod liko paintings One depicted the bridge across tie Denivillc the other the the Loire really a work worthy of an nrtist in marble was a copy in pure white suet of the famous Lion o C Barye It was almost as large as the lion which was recently sUown in tho collection at tho American Art gallery M E Laparruque chef of the Hoffman house modeled it He had seven other pieces There wero 125 cx hibfts in all The society gave a ball in con nection with the show would rest on the senate recordsThen if the courts should decide against tho Demo crats tha caso would be scut back to Ihe senate to bo tried over again with probably he same result This trial would delay leg Islative business and bo expensive an ex pensa ivhioli be says he could not bear Stole tlio Record Col A Taylor clerk oE tbe senate is matins a dose soarch to find out who has been tampering with his journal Portions of it wero mixing and sheet 7 hmt disappeared yesterday morning It very mystrriovy returned iater in tho duy ol Taylor think soisu newspaper corre spondent took it to have some parts cf it ii3 record of Iho contest for heu teuiint governor photographed At tho or der of the chair Clerk Taylor made somo al terations in tha journal of that day befoij Ihey Ihe Ruoublicaus objected iu length the uuderpin CONVERSION EXTRAORDINARY A Couple of Young Girls Have a Flcrco IiKlit nt ii Baptism JEFFEHSOXVILLE lud Feb 7 Mary Hooper agod 17 and Rachel Ferguson aged 18 had a desperate fight Wednesday at Uti ca six miles from this city Tho girls are recent converts to thu Baptist church and Wednesday were to bo baptized in the river They say hovovor viint liLmay live for mon tlis Tho senate Ins coniirroJ tho nominations of Bruc to b recorder of deo1 1 for thoDistriot of Columbia and EH Oilman to bo Cnited States attorney for tho custom district of A coiiplo of passoiior trains on tha Pan Ilandlcc collided near Uowcrsville O Thurs ciiy rciultinin tho probable fatal scalding of ilorton of th castbound Th3 Xevr York suitj Thursday reconsid ered tlio vote by which tiia Worlds fair bill was loit Wednesday and passed it IS o G The assembly then rofiued to concur iu the amendments and snt tho bill to conference Au titKinpt was made Thursday night in the public street near several hotels at Ktf 11 tile J JLU Jlul ut wunu read and approved and to this York to rob City Comptroller Jackson TLo Hl robbers attacked hi coupe but the coach man whipped up the horses and shook them off The Cleveland Iron Mining comjftiny of Cleveland O has purchased a majority of tbe stock of tha Iron CHIT company and thereby become possrsscl of 53000 acres of rich iron lands near Marquettc Mich Ths prico paiil WHS THE MARKETS A DEMOCRAT ARRESTED rite tcpiiblicans of ho Montana Senate Huntlnj o Quorum HELENA Jlont Feb the senate met yesterday morning eight Republicans only present The scrgeantatarms was sent out to arrest the absentees He re turned uucl reported that none could be found that four had gone east Wednesday A C burued early yesterday morning Stone the landlord his wife and three chil dren escaped in their night clothes Stephen Cote a French doctor was badly burned and jumped from a back window to n shed beneath Anna Buckley and Julia Welsh two servants escaped in osimilar manner Lizzie Farrar jumped from a front window nnd sprained her ankle Lizzio March fought hor way down the frontstairs through the flames Sha was badly burned about the face nnd hands Nelson Souiricr a fireman was slightly bruised by a falling wall Terrible Fnll of Two Men WATERLOO la Feb A terrible acci dent resulting in the deatt of one man and serious injury of another occurred here yes terday afternoon by the giving way of a scaffold ot tho new steel standpipe Jack Long oE Hamilton Ont and Wilbur Bar deeiT of this city were precipitated to the bottom a distance oE eightyfive feet Longs neck was broken and he expired im mediately Bardcen had several ribs frac tured and is terribly bruised from striking timbers in hU descent but the physicians think he will recovir ning was washed away by the torrent under neath and the tender with the caboose and its occupants were hurled into tho ravine forty feet below Eight the men were in stantly killed and mutilated almost beyond recognition Tle following ore the names of those killed Jerry fasey Fred JIarthough An drew Frost Theodore Skolohime August Carson Charles Restoff John Schrceder Henry Croucho and William Cole All the bodies except William Coles a section man were taken away soon after tha accident Coles body which was buried beneath the debris and impossible to recover until Wednesday was pulled out with ropes The Avalanche at Burke SPOKANE FALLS Wash Feb BuikCf iu the Cceur dAlene mining district Tuesday Sir and Mrs Wiso and Jock Wait nnd wife were buried in th snowslide but taken out alivfe At the Custer the six mcuWiilled outright werejack Gnlbraith foreman of the mine Mike Fly mi a cook and Tom Mahpney a miner The Hooper girl objected to Ferguson going othcrs wcst resolution was then She deliberately struck her on the cles exists iu the villa mine among Tile Socialistic Kaiser BERLIN Feb The Gcrmanin The Stove Manufacturers CHICAGO 7 Tho convention of Btove manufacturers at the Palmer house was brought to a close yesterday The spe cial committee on permanent secretary re ported recommending the cutting down of the secretarys salary from 85000 to 3000 ond th secretarys expenses from to The report of tho committee was adopted notwithstandin Terstee1 Peckhamj treasurer The next convention bo held ic Philadelphia nest May Com Rates for CHICAGO Feb a twodays dis cussion of thc situation the managers of the absence thorizing the president ot the senate to issue for the arrest of absent members Talking ot Forcible Resistance Following out these instructions Richards wired tho different sheriffs with the result that Senator Beckler of Dawson county Cmcvno Fco 0 Board of trade quotations tola ranged as follows WheatNo u March opened TBXc closed TDc Mav opened T34c July opened closed 7Tc March opemil aajiJic closed Swyj opened cloac1 31Hc lub Sftic closed 31KC OatsXo Mirch opened closwl May opened closed July opened Pork March opened closed Si73 May opcnc1 July opened closed opcne i 53674 closed Live following were the quola il25S3OJ and fcvdcrs e second vice president and S T accords Fonnd Gas at Blattoon MATTOOK Ills Feb boring for water at the Mattoon City mills yesterday u vein of fine fuel gas was opened at a depth of ninetyfive feet Rocks were blown in the air and the bloza oxtenled five feet above the mouth of the hole when lighted The gaa will be utilized for fuel under the boilers Work on tho large gas well south of the city ontinues steadily unbounded praise to tho emperors new the senate chamber even if it requires torn of arms A New Departure ID Chaplains fine 19a23c packuig stock tSoc fresh per doz ice house Btoc Dressed iwr firm as ever and for lac i to do the hous3 got into a discussion on per bu transMissouri roads and the Nebraska slate I0jigiou3 matters yesterday morning Io tatoes good i a 11 tft fnnt to of Hebron per bu jer bu Illinoia sweet JK board of railroad commissioners have reached an agreement regarding com rates chaplain is employed by cither branch of the legislature but the speaker is mrture in behalf of the workiugmen The I points to Chicago Tho Ne empowered to select some to rm 11 I rtiJJnl n QA n nil f FOT tlllS tllG per prayer A Socialise organs are silent Th ley ai3 unable braska officials demanded a 30 par cent re prajer every morning imperial pro duction but compromised finally on 10 per r jg paicl at the rate of YORK Feb 6 mnter cadi do J UG eileCts Ot liltr truiici wi kiucmcs TWIWM i bo comoarod to tlmt produced by the Prus to coru giowers interests as it willstimulate r I t J fhn if or Nlta Depends on FroilljiUon DKS MOKES la Feb A special from Dubuque last night says The breweries in his city owned by Tsichiriii Swind Glalj Jros andMeuser have been offered 0 an EngUsh and will be accepted 1 the present prohibitory law is modified by Eian victories in ISfiO and iu 1S70 The emI shipments ond further peror isspoken of of the beggarV emperor ccrn II Collapsed YORK Feb received from Minnesota yesterday announcing the collapse of the American National Building and Loan asa reduce the cf legislature ta Grippe Victims Xoed Kot Tast ROUE Feb popo has issued a de cree empowering bishops in all countries the iafluensa has prevailed or still ei Ists to absolve the faithful from the obliga tion of fasting been warring against this and other specu lative onceins which have been trading ou the good name of thc local building associa ions everywhere Collision on tlio Michigan Central ST THOMAS Ont Feb collision be tween two freight trains occurred on the Michigan Central railroad at Yarmoth Cen re about four miles east of here at mid Wednesday Engineer John Cooke of the westbound train was killed and several trainmen were injured Reception toRev Talmagc NEW YORK Feb 0000 people attended a reception in Rev T DeWitt Tal honor at the Thirteenth regiment ory last night Mayor Cbapin Gen malli Gen Barnes and many promi nent clergymen and other citizens were pres ent Speeches were made welcoming Dr Talmage bonva and the reverend gentleman responds eloquently Eamerick Refuses to Pay LOXDOS Feb Tha of the city of Limerick has refused to pay the sti pend of the additional police which were ro cently drafted and apportioned to that city on the ground that their services are not needed and that any necessary augmenta tion of the constabulary is a matter for ths decision the autlioirities in whom is vestcc the government of tliie citj Great ot Ore ST PAXTL Minn Feb min ing expsrts annocaici that the Barker Neihartdistrict ut Great Falls Mont COD tains the greatest ore deposits ever discovi ered in this conntrj ami will surpass tin tecord of all previous ten the house adjourned and both par ties caucused One of the Democratic mem ber received yesterday from a constit uent who knew he was not rich and that he couldnt get get any salary until after or ganization That Dakota Prohibition Bill PEEKKE S D7 Feb of the temperance bill was resumed in each branch of the legislature yesterday The sen ate finished with the measure striking out the most radical feature the which prohibits tbe keeping of liquor in private dwellings or other places for tbe eiclusive Rye Iuii mess fo nw LardStead February S61 March Live Stock Xo twlmg In bevc dressed bcf dull sides 2ul ianbsSteady and fairly NominaUy steady and firm live MO V ino fcs loved tlie Wrtvns Man dwellings or ocncr plains me N Y Feb T reason use of the occupants or owners and provides PTO ice right ot search The vote was Tlie house also agreed to strike section This was only done who took poison Wednesday night is learned to be thnt she hadViveu her 1 affections to another than tho man to whom j3 jnarricd She left a would rather die than marry her betrothed The Perfidious Msj PluisUB FeDi examination of ilaj coconspirators has elicited surround the I agains proof that they were ready to palacs cm tlie occasion ol the irday night and assassinate Pr uani Tlie Innndation at rortland Ore ForTLAXD Ore Feb vrater was apparently at a standstill yesterday after noon It was waist deep in front of the Pa FificPostsl telegraph office Strike of Female NASHUA N H Feb after noon about 100 female operatives in the weaverrooms of mill JTo 1 struck for the of a cat in made this Powilrrly Comes at Callagban SCRAXTON Pa Feb Powderly of inaugurations suit for criminal libel of the ghan of Scottdale A il to tot ball i warrant for Callaglions arrest was issued to da3 Tbis cisc STOWS matte1 i Prince Ftri Callaghan during the reccnS ahnost a ti3 out the same after a long debate Tho West Virginia Goveraorslilp i CHARLESTON W Va Feb A I B Fleming was yesterday formally inducted into the office of governor The ceremonies very simple and most members were absent The election took place over a year ago and has been in contest ever since Refused Pardon to a Boodler j S1PBEGFIEIJ3 Ills Feb 7The governor yesterday refused a pardon to MichaelLey The rpV Bother lrins den commisdoner of Cook Feb Pecci is sinkJuj ty convicted of I written by CnUagh I trouble with Fowderly Twdon was ranidlv nnd hsis reccived the lost sacraments ii V v tiarT term will expire m of the church rf anjcioos to get a pardon Good Over It restoratiotl to citizenship BERLCf Fab confirmation of Samoan treafy by the United States senate affords genera satisfaction hera Comt Herbert Bismarck called upon Minister Phelps at till American legationbefore office week Scb equentlj the weavers in mill j hours yesteidiiy and congratulations No 2 also struck and the strike is now I exchanged lapon the rafeficatiim of tla to mills 3 and i jeatv Judge Grinnell Mason tlie trial judge Chris Mainer and others Electricity is used in coal mines to draw mM 2S21 IP cuce proven ic na qumrterol a century W u or tie Cnl ed StntesGoveiTjasent i kern tot the v levels   

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Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!

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$9.95

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Take advantage of our Introductory Membership offer and become a member for 1 month only for $9.95!

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Your Membership Includes:
  • 25 page views for 1 month
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a Monthly Membership only for $29.95
Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a 6 Month Membership only for $99.95
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Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!

What our Customers Say:

"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.

"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.

"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.

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