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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - February 8, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                LOGANSPOET AILY i I MMIK PHAROS 15TH YEAE SATURDAY EYENINO FEBRLAUl 1890 NO 244 JOHN GRAYS On VhB Corsets Dr Corner following Standard Warners Coraline Tandem Good Luck Health Nursing Perfection Wftist Bills Kabo Corset Thompsons Glove Fitting Corset Dupkx Corset Dr Warners Misses Corset Cliitdruna Corset P thq loot brands of tuaran in ulir above oxcol corsels are overy partic S oiEitA IIOUSK and Saturday Matinee Monday February lOfch TLE SUNBEAM EooilricM Supported by the BON TON THEATHE CO in tficr following Now Comedies MondayPoai1 of Slavoy Tuesday Dttdu Boy a Huibnnd TliurailuyMimd Mu ler FridayInnocent Salt Saturday MatineeClndnrolla Saturday NtirhtFishermans Daughter ADivTfssFiON Children Gallery lOc Adult Gallery2Oc Fi rst Floor3Oc Matinee Children lOc Matinee Adults2Oc nleof seats commences Saturday morning at KccsUntry ELIZZABDB BAGING Wild Winds Blowing in the East and West FATAL HAVOC HI EBHHSYLYANIA A Freezing Tempett Sweeps Across the Snow In the Keystone Derailed by a SnowdrMt and Threo Men BuildingBlown Down on Three Other Damage in Oregon FABOO N D Feb billiard of gi gantic proportions not in here at an early COULDNT HELP LYING torn Opinion of Wood the Great Contract Forjer WASHIKOTOS Crrr Feb E Seal chairman of the Democratic state iommittea during the lost state campaign was the first witness yesterday before the ballotbox investigators He said tha reason Governor Campbell did not havs Halstead arrested for criminal libel was that such a course would have violated the confldenca of the men who told the Democrats how the forgery was concocted and also that it was believed that a retraction from Halstead would have the bast effect John R ntcLean The next man to be heard was John H Mc Lean proprietor of The Cincinnati En lour yesterday morning and raged all day was tnt ho nsver with unabating fury Street travel was Wood tnathe nevor had any kind of practically uspended The velocity of relations wlth the msn whose namo3 were wind rendered it almost impossible to be out forged to the contract and consequently had of doors There was scarcely any snow and oothing to do with tint document and had iiistead the air was filled with small particles never authorized any one to give Wood a of grit and dust which not only blinded document from his safe knew absolutely but caused intense pain to the oxposed pornothing about tha ballotbox schemo Now Tom Campbell tious of the body At 10 oclock last nigbt tho thermometer was falling rapidly and predictions were made that it would register 30 or 25 bulow zero by this morning in which event casualties may cartoinly be looked for its the surrounding country as tho exceedingly pleasant weather previous to this tirno has caused farmers to make no preparations for the change Then too in tho northern portion where destitution is acknowledged to exist the worst fears are almost certain to be realized Blowing ff Mile a Minute TOPEKA Kan Feb heavy wind from tho northwest swept over Kansas last evening changing the temperature 30 de gress within two hours At 9 oclock the vind was blowing at the rate of sixty miles an hour the coldest experienced this winter Parties arriving from western Kansas state tliat snow six inches deap fell iu that section Thursday night and tiiat the high wind vrauld undoubtedly drift it badly All trains vrcro on tim yesterday and no serious fears of a snow blockade arc entertained At 10 OVlock tho wind swept through the straata carrying mtiny sign boards with it T C Campbell is the man who got Gov ernor Campbsll when congressman to in troduce the ballotbox bill in congress Nei ther Campbell nor any of those whose names wero on the forged contract hal cny inter cat in the box Knew Wood wall had de fended him in a police court case on first ac quaintance Witness denied pointblank certain testimony given by Haddon who witness said could have freed Governor For akcr from all suspicion of implication in the forgery but did not do so Wood a Constitutional Witness was sure Wood could not toll two truths consecutively If you told an un truth said witness to Governor Forokor you would be guilty of an offense because you know better Whom Wood told an un truth he could not help it he didnt know how to tell the truth Witness said he sus pected somo person higher intelligence than Wood of instigating the forgery and admitted that he thought it was Governor Forakcr He was now largely convinced ihat his suspicions were not correct What He Meant by targely ExGovernor Foraker wanted the witness to stato why Uo used the word largely Do you think that I had anything to do with the matter Ko sir replied tho witnes but I do think that you were remiss in not coming to me when you received the ballotbox paper in order to ascertain its genuineness Some further testimony of an uniuterest Sudden Irop In Temperature OMAHA Feb blizzard struck this city shortly beforo 4 oclock yesterday aft ernoon The change wa3 as sudden as that accompanying tho memorable blizzard of 1S8S but not so severe Thermometers which registered 50 degrees abova zero when I jQg character was given among tho wit tbe storm cimio up fell in a few minutes nesses being Representatives Breckinridge accompanied by a wind from tho northwest o Kentucky and Butterworth who repudi which soon attained a velocity of thirtyJ ated all connection with tho matter while eight miles an hour Thero was a light fall James B Koiakor tho exgovernors brother of snow whilo the storm was at its height A j denied Woods assertion that he J R For blizzard is reported generally throughout tho akar told Wood to npply for the smoke in state spectorship The committee then adjourned MINVEAPOLIS Minu Beb spscia As P Souwnir of ihe GooJrich two Fine Oold VVntclies will be fflven nway One at SaturdayMallncc ono Saturday Night nt Sixty of the oM Burnett 1nrm per litre on caiy payments Lots alongside of Johnsons addition per lit on ewy payments other nnd upwards A residence on east Urond way A ilciinible residence on east North sjrcet A dcsinibli residence on Westslde Two residences on Ohio street A desirableresidence at 802 Speur street ticres iu Gustcrul For trade fnrms for city property Wanted caenp residence on ens Broadway Market and Spear streets For trade nu orange grove in Florida For trade horse imd cirritige for lots For trade farms for nil kinds of mer rimndise For pailiculars enquire of M M GORDON Pension and Real Estate Agent Elliott Jlock Lugtmsport Ind liA KKCEGEU ODNE TSTBA1N KRDBBERsSTRAIN to Thn Tribune from Cedar Rapids la says A fierce blizzard from tha northwest struck here about G oclock last evening and is raging with unabated fury The ther mometer fell about SO degrees in ten hours and is still going down Reports from the north and northwest aro that a blizzard is raging and tho weather is growing colder rapidly SAUK CEHTEH Minn Feb genuine blizzard is prevailing hero and bids fair to blockade railroads and other travel MASON CiTV Ia Feb special re Krt from Algona end Spencer and pornta further west state that a blizzard is raging Horo it is growing cold rapidly and there is but littlo snow ou the ground Damage by Kain and Ianl Slltie MONTANAS LEGISLATIVE FIGHT The Recalcitrant Senator BesUtlue Arrest by Habeas Corpus HELENA Mont Feb Beck er who vas arrested at Glendive by the sheriff tf Dawson county on a tele graphic order from tho lieutenant gov ernor is now at Miles City The senator consented to return to the capital with the sheriff but when the train reached Miles City a writ of habeas corpus Van served on the sheriff and the officer and bis prisoner left the train Ahearing was had yasterday afternoon but owfcjg to informalities the writ was dismissed and a new ons prepared An officer from the senate is now on the ground and in case Becker is set at liberty the Miles City ASHLAND Ore Feb Oregon and judge will endeavor to arrest him Anum Ualifornin railroad between here and Hose Sjer of Democratic re C burg 150 miles north has been greatly dam aged ly the recent rains From Grants PKSS to Rosieburg slilo aUter slide has oc curred All the screams in southern Oregon are as high they were in1801 A report from Glentialo says that an imineuse slide has occurred ou tlio railroad half a mile uouth of tho west fork in Cow Creek canyon It came from a high mountain a distance of 800 or 1000 feet covering tho track and fill ing tho canyon The report says trees are standing on tho slido the same as they were when it started from tho summit RAN INTO A SNOWDRIFT Jacoiiient ou the Baltlmoroand Ohio Rail by a Building PITTSBUEO Feb special to The Times from Connellsville Pa says The through mail on the Baltimore and Ohio railroad ran into a huge snowdrift three miles out of Ohio Pylo at 7 oclock last night The engine aud a combination postal and baggage cor went over the hill into the river entirely demolishing them tho smok ing car stopping on the brink The injured are Henry Bush of Pittsburg engineer badly burned and bruised but will recover Lewis Burcher fireman severe iicalp wound and bruises will recover John Lindsay of Glenwood crushed over seata and probably fatally injured The Oldest Inhabitant Surprised PmsBURO Feb special to The Times from Duubar Pa says A severe wind and snow storm visited this vicinity yesterday A largo stock house belonging to the Dunbar Furnace company and built on trestles was blown down and totally de stroyed but no one was in juried Old set tlers say that the like of tho storm was never known iu this section before Ml ich damage is reported from Connellsvi lie Uniontown and other places in the surrou ad ing country Tho storm is still raging Three Men Killed by tbe Storm PITTSBURG Fa Feb special to TVie Times from Blairsville Pa sayS Tho new glass works at this place were blown dow n during a severe storm last evening Charlt a Barr superintendent and Mr Bierney an 1 on unknown man were killed and a numba of persons injured The men killed weit from Torentum Xearly a Foot of Snow JOHXSTCIWN Pa Feb At last night the snow was eleven inches deep and representatives nra now at Miles City and the belief is general that Becker will not return to the capital unless lw freely consents All the other Demo cratic senators aro now beyond the state line and legislation is blocked A Quiet Zuy in tuo House WASHirrGTOir CITY Feb tbe house yesterday iho speaker announced that the journal clerk had been busy preparing the new codo of rules and that tho journal was not ready The usual contest over tho ap proval of the journal therefore did not take place Bills were 000 for the maintenance of the Marion Ind Soldiers home increasing the pension of Gen Abrara Duryea to 820f per month per mitting the bridging of the Missouri river between Nebraska and Iowa and extending the timo for the completion of the bridge across the Mississippi at Burlington Ia Pending action on a bill to appropriate 000 for a monument to Maj Gen Henry Knos at Thomaston Me the house ad journed till Monday Opening of the SVoul lunds TVASHIXOTOS Crrr Feb is expected that the president will issua on Monday a proclamation opening the Sioux Indian res ervation embracing 8000000 ttctaa of land in Dakota to public settlement Tixeee lands will be disposed of to setttlers uader tbe pro visions of the homestead law In addition fees each settler will be required te pay per acre and upon the full fay asent of the money due will ba entitled to a patent Land offices will be established at Chnmberlain and Pierre Dak Seventy Rounds to a BOSTON Feb fight at the Union Athletic club room at the south end last night between George Dixon tbe colored bantam and McCarthy concernining which there has been so much apeculatiOu of late proved a most stubborn contest Up to the fortyninth round all the odds weie in favor of Dixon The fight although nominally for points and medals was in reality a blood fight to settle the bantiimweight championship The next elven rounds were tivener McCarthy doing better Trork than before The fight was declared u draw at tha end of the seventieth round The lottery Question In Dallcota BISKAHCK N D Feb before in the history of Dakota has the northern por tion been so wrought up as it ij at present over the proposal to legalize lotteries in this iphono NV63 increasing The cold is but the supstate and it seems to be the same all over ply of gas is good and theraisnot much j the state Both parties are holding meet suffering one to protest and the otiierto in tails rromptiy jifcceniltd to or Nijrh Application Notice is hereby given that I will make ap plication at the regular March term A of the Board of Commissioners of Casa county ladiiinutor a license to sell spirituous vinous and ainlt liquors in less quantities thau u quart at a time with the privilege of permit tinr tbt same to be drank on tiie premises whercoii sold The premises whereon said liq uors aro to bu sold and drank ore situated on loc No subdivision lots 51 and 5i O P city 1 of losransport 314 sturtet street Second ward j Kcl township ci yof Loeansiort Csss county ROBERT KKKUKKEHOETI Tlio Boomori Kt Pierre S D Piums a D FebaThe boomers hare gathered En full force and are only await ing news from 1VasjaKton declaring the reservation opened Military are guarding every point and no one will be allowed upon the reservatio j on any pretext There will be a grand rus h when the news of the proclamation of Vresident Harrison is re ceived aorse nnd ou on the legislature on both sides A Respite for ExEditor West CHJICAGO Feb Magiruder of the 111 inois supreme court yesterday ordored a writ f superse leas in the case IE error of James J West of The Chicago Times ard granted the petition of West to be admitted to bail The judge Brad the sum at JIO000 Afraid of American Cattle TORONTO Out Feb York county council has adopted a resolution urging fche government noe to permit exportation of American cattle to Europe over Canadian lines on the groond that it would be injnr elected assistant bishop of ious to Canadian fanners in 1SSS bat declined Episcopal Bllhop SAX Feb W F Nich ols rector of St James1 church Philadelphia was Thursday elected assistant bishop of the Episcopal diooeaa of California He was the Ohio di y altnatlonx of learning low NHHTELEtRAPHY FarHsalsn lUaliBed Cost Addraa 1 Not Strike 1 LOSDOX Feb ot the i Dock Laborers union is mulrinj prepxrar strike on Monday action of tha committee is causing much die present were Itr and Mrs Cleveland Tlie Owelanids at a ROCHESTKB H ST Feb marriage of Miss Sturgis to WHson IS Bissell sf Buffalo occurred at tha residentcs of tbo brides parents on Pnltney street at Geneva at C oclock last evening Amng tbOM The tent many of tAtm to expresident reception in tb evening and shook bajfc with 1600 dtiwns GALLANTBUT BASH A French Prince Captured and Locked Up THE EOUBBOtf HEIR IF THOUBLE Appearance In France of tha Son of the Count of Author ities IPot Him in tlie Bait lie as a caotiODary MvasnrifrrHU Beasons for Hli IVales Mining Slaughter Feb Philippe DuodOr leans eldest son of the Comte de Paris was arreatedl here yesterday He arrived in Paris in the morning the bearer of a letter announcing the abdicasioa of his father and iis formal renunciation of all claims to ths French throne together Vvith a manifesto of the Comte de Paris to the people Tha gov ernment was awars of hU presence in the city and ho was at ones taken into custody lor violation of tha law banishing royal pre tenders from Franco A Possible Pretender Nominally and according to the theory of pretenders a pretendisr is always a king and therefore the count of Paris abdicates the throne he never possessed and in virtue of this abdication all liis claims rights and titles descend to his oldest son the young gentleman now in the hands of the authori ties Tlio gentleman is therefore not merely one of many vajpant princes but the actual pretender to tho throne in virtue of his claims us the heir of Louis Phillippa and also as the lieir of the old Bourbon line And a Mighty Ki5h Young Iaa His coming into the country ia violation of the law banishing all the heads and di rect heirs of reigning families is a rash es capade even if ifc stands alone Tho fact that he was equipped with an appeal to the nation shows his inteiations and may make the escapade serious for him If it should be develoiad that this movement is made in virtue of an understanding with tho parti sans of tho monarchy in France it may be more than a mere violation of tho law of ex pulsion The Government Was Qul Vive The government was not caught napping howevor It was promptly informed of i he presonoo of the duko in Paris and of his whereabouts and they took him in In the afternoon ho wa arraigned before the mili tary authorities at thecentral bureau In response to the inquiry as to tho objects and purposes of his visit to France he said that having attained his majority he had como to France to place himself at the disposal of the military authorities This dash of audac ity is rogarded as a very hap py stroke and ia sure to make friends for him for a gallant French boy who wants to take his chance for con scription is a somewhat unusual and capti vating figure to appear in the daily news But this did not touch the sensibilities of the hardhearted authorities and M Con stance the minister of the interior ordered that tho duke Ira hold iu custody Further disposition of the casa of course depends on whether it is discovered tbat there was a plot for a general royalist movement behind this incident THE ENGLISH PIT HORROR Now Jistimateil That 10O Lives Wore tlie Hodiea LONDOK Fob of those who lost their lives by tho explosion in the col liery at Abersy chaa is constantly increasing One hundred and seventy bodies hare thus far beiin taken from the pit and it is be lieved tfeat tho total number of persons killed will reach 190 Tha work of removing the bodies of ths miners who lost their lives is being carried ou as rapidly as possible The ventilation of tho pit has been restored and this greatly facilitates the efforts of tho workers Fought for the Girl FEBUN Peb Piorco a young phy sician of New Tork yesterday morning fought a duel with a German medical stu dent at tho Gruenewald The weapons were pistols and the German was sligh ly wound ed in tfcho left thigh Ths police then inter fered Both duelists lodged in the same house and fell in lovo with the landladys daughter Massacre of a Caravan Feb France publishes a dispatch from its correspondent at Obock stating that a French caravan while jour neying toward Harrar was attacked by the Somalis The attack which resulted in the killing of all those attached to the caravan is said to have been instigated by the Eng lish The Fope 3Xach Distressed ROME Feb pope yesterday pro nounced absolution from the pontifical throne tho occasion being the anniversary of the death of Pope Pius IX The holy father ap peared much distressed by the condition of his brother Cardinal Pecci who is believed to be dying of pneumonia Mitchell and Mace Box for Points GLASGOW Feb boxing match for points between Charley Mitchell and Jem Mace took placo here last evening and was won by Mitchell Mace was badly punished The match was for a side Explosion OR u 91 auofWar LOJO3OK Feb her majestys Barraconta was testing her boil ers oft Margate one of tho cylinders ex ploded killing two of 1ho crew and injuring ten others Wliatll Russia Do About This LONDOJT Feb dispatch from Bucha rest to The London Herald says that Maj Panitza and four of his accomplices have shot at SoSa 3Ien Instantly Killed Ark Feb 8Early yester iday Dermott a station on the Houston Central and Northern railroad an engine attached to a train of freight cars ran into a car loaded witn rails causing a most frightful wreck Peter Joyce John Quinn and Matt Tevedt employed in build ing the road were instantly killed and sev eral others seriously injured J D Castner a conductor employed ou the Warren branch arrested charged with criminal careless After Boot and Shoe Factories SEW YORK Feb have been rife or several weeks in the boot and shoe trai to the effect that an English syndicate had purchased or was about to purchase a controlling interest in this branch of Ameri can manufacture Vhe Lenox BUI Bank Opefiid Nsw YOMC Feb N Jordan was yesterday elected president of fee Lenox TTill bank and at tha doors of the bonk were opened It was announced that the bank would be ready fcr business at the usual hour today SECaETARY TRACYS GRIEF Gin Catllni WellMeant Failure at Con soling the Bereaved Kan NEW YORK Feb Isaac S Catlin MCompanieJ by Mr and Mrs Robert Graves his daughter and soainlaw arrived home from Washintoa City where he went to attend the funeral of Mrs and Miss Tracy who were near relatives Speaking of the calamity by which the two ladies lost tbair lives he said Secretary Tracy could re call but littlo of tha events of that fatal morn But Ona Interval Said Gen Catlin I had on hours talk with him alone over the incidents of the sad event Ha told me he had but one lucid in terval after waking from sleep before losing consciousness Ho saw the smoke all around him and he remembered calling out My God we are all lost I His next awakening was to find the president bending over him at Mr Bancroft Davis house Xot a Successful Comfortev I made a blundering attempt myself to nerve up the secretary which resulted in a I never contemplated he continued 1 heard Mrs Wilmerdings daughter say to her mother Mamma why do you cry It is true that grandma and Aunt Mary are gone but wo have grandpapa left You must take care of him you know mamma1 I went straight to Ga Tracy aad Deported the child had said Ho toolAi at me for an instant and than utterid such a cry of angush as I hid usvcr heard The strong man sobbed as it his heart would break lluinted by Their Awful Tate I begged Gen Jourdau who had suffered the loss of his own daughter to try and com fort the secretary and ha succeeded well General said the secretary to him 1 know you have suffered yourself but your daugh ter died a natural death while my dear perished sojfrishtftilly This is tha thought that haunts him an which timo alone can banish The general feelingly allude to the grea tenderness of President Harrison and his family toward the living and the dead RANDALL A DOOMED MAN UJs Ailment Admitted To Be Cancer but Ho Doesnt Know It CHICAGO Feb Times has tha fol lowing from Washington City The report of a cliange for the worso in Mr Randalls con dition is verified by inquiries Tho truth is that Mr Kandall is suffering from a cancer and not from hitherto widely pub lished He docs not know that he has a can cor the information having bean kindly kept from him Mrs Handalt did not knoiv it until within the last few weeks Mr Ran dall may possibly live for somo months but his life is more probably limited to a fow weeks This information comes remotaly from Dr Martin of Philadelphia who has been Mr Randalls physician for years and it may be relied upon Mr Ptandall has what may be called his good days and his bad days He brightens up and ssetns rapidly strengthening and then he sinks under a prostration from which ho recovers with tho greatest difficulty It is as though his vitality brings him up six steps and waver ing lets him fall nine and then recovering regains throe steps to lose five SHUT OFF THOSE HENS They Aro So Productive of Kgga That Dculers Are Disgusted NEW YORK Feb is an enormous over supply of eggs in the wholesale market Produce commission merchants and dealers on the mercautilo exchange havo had this fact illustrated by tho prices falling to cents per dozen This has given rise to much heated argument at the mercantile exchange one party holding that it is the natural re sult of the extremely mild winter caus ing hens to lay earier if not oftener than usual other and less expert domestic economists attribute tho oversupply to an eccentric desire of the hens to produce enough to last through the rap idlyapproaching Lsnten season Anyhow dealers are disgusted at tho remarkably pro lific tendency of tho hens which hns so re duced prices leaving ou the dealers hands largo quantities of socalled old fresh eggs and limed egg at from 15 to 18 cents per dozen while choice nenfresh eggs are quoted at from to 14 cent THE TOOFREQUENT STORY Probably Fatal Result of Fooling with a Loaded Shot Gun SAN FRANCISCO Feb accidental discharge of a shot gun in a Kearney street saloon late yesterday afternoon resulted in the probably fateil injury of John Ferguson one of the California Athletic club directors and the slight wounding of President Fulda of the same club Frank Reufru a mutual friend was fooling with the shot gun when its load was discharged Ferguson was hit in the back and someof the spent shot struck Fulda in the face but did not seriously in jure him Renfru was hurt in the hand The report of tho gun attracted a great crowd who thought another murder had beeu committed and the police had difficulty iu protecting Renfru from the mob that wanted to lynch him Heady of Him CnABLESTOX S C Feb Ready the white man who while drunk took Will liam Black a negro prisoner from the offi cers near Robbins station tied him to a tree and shot his head off Tuesday after the wholesale lynching at Barnwell has been caught Sheriff Lancaster has received a telegram from tha sheiifl of Alabama coun ty saying that he had Ready the right man and asked him to sand for him The sheriff also got a telegram from a Florida sheriff saying he had Reauy who is wanted for the murder of Black They will both bo brought hero for identification 8 Glanders in Michigan JHch Feb in Allegma county have developed of glanders and are now ia quaran Tbe state veterinarian trill investigate take steps to prevent the spread cf tha Dewenter THE HATTER RAIDED THELIQTJOB Crussde of a Mob of Female Teetotalers i BIGHT TO MAZE THE TOPEE Tanglefoot Emptied into the Street by TVrnthy Fcmlnlnes and Two Are card Iu Enforcing the Law and the tie suit Is a Lust ily Cheered LATHROP Mo Feb ladies city visited two gallon houses and gambling hells here yesterday and utterly demolished both establishments destroying necirly worth of liquors Such an act was not unexpected For mouths these two places have been run in utter disregard of law and without any official interference so far as tho public could learn The continued outrage of public sentiment has aroused much indignation and it has been evident that a crisis would soon be reached Secret Orders Take Action Tlueo of the secret orders have thU week taken action regarding tho disregard of law and a petition was circulated Xbysday and very extensively signed asking the officials to do something toward closing them i evidence of a determined effort caused the ladies to decide on the work yesterday The divekeepers having learned that such a movement would probably be made ono of them had a large amount of his liquor taken out of town and tha other had secured a large amount io an adjoining building i The Bald of tlie Reformers Yesterday afternoon at 3 oclock the ladies como up the business street and proceeded to a billiard hall run by T JacqufT and T J Ward They found the front door locked but it was promptly broken In The par tition door yielded next and the proprietor with a crowd of customers ran out turough the back door The liquor was brought out and the streets flooded with it the assem bled crowd cheering lustily the ladies pro ceeded with their work HU Prajren in Vain This finished they proceeded to tbo restau rant run by A J Carroll and though the ABBREVIATED TELEGRAMS W T Sherman is 70 years old Secretary Tracy is expected to lili duties on Monday Gen Salamanca captain gecoral of Cuba died at Havana Thursday night John Lofer was arrented at Alfonte Ind Friday on the charge of attempting to kill his wife The maker of the bogus coffaa which re cently created a stir at New Yk has been located inJhiUdelphia Sam Dill colored woJ hanged at Jackson ville Ala Friday for the murder of Josph Smith colored last August Yeagley the defaulting county dork of flillsdale Mich has disappeared and is thought to have gone to Texas George Lummis of Hamilton O tried to kill his sweetheart Effle Longnecker Friday and then succeeded ia killing himself John VT Priestly carpet manufacturer at Philadelphia closed his mill Friday on judg ments Assets 175000 luijiiilLS unknown Two large Mexican lioni havj recently made their appearance on tho banks cf the Arkansas river six milas west of Little Hook Ark A fight in Bible county Ala rcultaJ in the killing of tiro whit and Hounding of three others It was a raco riot nnd took place Thursday The farmsrs of Illinois according to tha agricultural board lost on tho corn crop last year it costing justthat mucli more to grow it than it sold for The Democrats of Philadelphia have nom inated W W Ayers a prominent member of the Tariff Reform league to contest tho seat in congress of tho late Judge Kelly Samuel M Hotchkiss commissioner of tho bureau of labor statistics of Connecticut hai been appointed special census agant for tho collection of statistics of manufactures Mrs M B Hill a wellknown and lead ing mernbor of Iho Womans Relief corps tf Monticello and central Illinois dkd at her homo in Decatur Thursday ogod 59 years A great sensation has been caused at Mingo Junction O by the arrest of Frauk Smith of Wellsburg W Va on a poison ing Miss Belle Simpson tha daughter of a wealthy fanner During the month of January there were 3501 deaths in Chicago This is nearly double tha usual number and the increase is said by the authorities to be due almost en tirely to the grip The returns issued by the London Loarti of proprietor pleaded manfully for an tunity of moving his goods his request was i trade show that during the mo7th unheeded and another stream of liquor went tho mnnrht foinoo nnl down the street The ladies ihon visited each of the three drug stores and other places but found no causs for crusading While all good citizens regret tho necessity for yesterdays occurrence there is powerful public sentiment back of the ladies and it is thought their act will effectually settle these two places NOT DOWN IN THE BILLS A Little Unpleasantness at a New Jersey nry the imports increased and exports as compared with the cor j responding month of last year KEYPOBT N J Feb announce ment of a pigeon shoot attracted 200 persons to the grounds of James U Glenn at Haz let Thursday afternoon As is the custom at shooting matches anybody may shoot at birds which miss the aim of the marksman and get outside of the boundary Among the crowd was William Bailey who was not entered in the match Be had his gun with him nnd discharged it at a bird that bad been released for Glenn to fire at The bird fell inside the boundary A Duel with Bird Shot Glenn was greatly enraged and turning his gun toward Bailey pulled the trigger filling the latters iacd with bird shot Bai ley quickly slipped a cartridge into his gun and fired it at Glenn His aim was poor and the charge was scattered among the crowd Several men were peppered in the face and body Glenn returned tho flre and Bailey was about to shoot again when exSuperin tendent of Police Walling ordered him to stop He thereupon put down bis gun and the match proceeded JU a rule lepen do not and the average length of lite at Holoka is about four y Decided Against the Railways WASHINGTON Crrr Feb inter state commerce commission yesterday in an opinion by Commissioner Veazey rendered a decision in the case of Hervey Bates and H Bates Jr owners of the Indianapolis Hoininy mills against the Pennsylvania Railroad company and the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad company in favor of com plainants This case involved the question whether a difference in the rates on corn and corn products from Indianapolis east to seaboard points is legal Another Coal Shaft CloaeO Houxr CASIIEL Pa Feb Alaska shaft the Philadelphia and Reading Coal and Iron companys largest colliery closed indefinitely yesterday One thousand hands are thrown out of employment Forcpanghs Circus Sold PHILADELPHIA Feb twothirds inter est in Forepaughs circus has been sold to an English syndicate Ths show will remain in this country Claatftsen Released on Kzw YOBK Feb Claas seu of the Sixth National bank was released on bail yesterday SewCaptain General for Cuba Feb J Chinchilla for merly minister of war has been appointed captain general of Cuba vice Salamanca deceased Walter Daehme a Dooueeper commmM in Chicago Friday by Wowing hrj bruins out THE MARKETS CHICAGO Feb 7 Board of trade quotations today ranged as follows 2 March opened 7SX 9g closed May opened Tefgc closed July opened and closed Corn S March opened aad closed Mar opened 31Hc closed 3Hc July opened closed 2 March opened closed May opened closed 22fje July opened 22Hc cloud opened closed I877X May opened tlOCCH closed fSOTM July opened c losed opene i closed Live following were the quota tions at the Union stock yards opened fairly acttva and steady at yesterdays prices market now weak and So lower lishlt grades rough packing mixed lots heavy packing and shipping lots J3JU3400 CattleSteady beeves bulk jaTOffltifl cows and mixed 11508300 stackers and feeders very firm JBtO westerns KOO 1 Texas rattle Sa mat ton 75 585 Uunbs Produce Elgin fine creameries dairies finest fresh IWeSSc packing stock j fresh per dox ice house ftoct Tc Dressed per lb I turkeys per lb ducks pzr lb J geese per lb per bu Beauty of Hebron per bu j Burbonks per bu Illinois sweet poj tatoes good to finer 12758303 Apples Good to fancy JiOOgASO per bbL Cranber bell and cherries fM per hbL Sew Turk KBIT YOBK 7 2 red winter W5c cash do Ftoroary Stffcdo March do April do May i mired Kc cash o febnury SGJfc do March MH do May 38Mc No 2 raixad MHc cash do Febrnary do do May 1 na PorkDull tVUWIM fee March KJQ May Livestock CattteTradina dull aad lim ited ordinary to good sUers a former theep fUOMJll M Umba rahM hogs F C Cartwright of Helena Mont killed himself Friday because he had overdrawn his account at the bank A few hours later a letter was received announcing tbe sale of worth of property for him He did uotoweSl000 A man named Beckiugton of Chicago whose wife is suing for a divorce alleging general cussed ness drove her out of a sec ondstory window Friday night at tho point of a revolver She was badly injured Beck Ington was d up Failures during the seven days ended Fri the United States 265 for Can ada 56 total 321 compared with 291 last week For the corresponding week of lest year the figures were 273 failures In tbo United States and 30 in Canada A labor movement is on foot according to a Boston newspaper to raise J3OOOOCO as strike Iund in case of trouble alter Mayi when the eighthour effort is to be made It ls claimed that 10 cents a week from each man fcir a year will raise the money Prominent Chicago lawyers among them Mr Foster who was one of the counsil for the accused says there is little for FUUcu al ID the writ of error granted to the su preme court of the United States in their case by the supreme court of Illinois The libel cage of Rev Dr Ball vs The New Tork Evpning Post decided FrUlay the jury acquitting the newspaper This is the in which the campaign scandals against Mr Cleveland when be was running for president in 1884 wera the base of the action Coke an PrrrsiTjao Pa Feb coke scale was agreed upon yesterday and the men get an advance of 36 to 30 per cent Thin is the hlgtert of wages ever paid in the Coa ntlUriUe coke region BMB Idle for Several Tears LAXCASTCK Pa Feb Ko 3 of the Chestnut Hill Iron Ore company was started yesterday after several years idle ness Tho furnace will manufacture Besse pigiron of duke of Aorta t fA tJr CREAM QtW 9 KB 1   

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