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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - February 11, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                TUESDAY EVESlSly FEBRUAJtY 11 JOHN CANNON OPENS F1BE Corner On tho following Standard Corsets Dr Coraline Tandem Good Luck Ucnlih WtiHt v ii Kiibo Cors t ODVC FittiaK Corset CVW r WnruiTs Missus Corset Corset I The Illinois Statesman Defends j the New Rules I MILLS LEADS POK THE OPPOSITION The Flglit Opens Quietly and In j Testimony in the IVood i llallotBox Iowa Man Who j Wants a Slici of the Slonx i Reservation Worlds Talr I Oflictal Items i WASHIKGTOV Feb house began tho debate on tho new rules yesterday Cannon reporting them and making the first speech in explanation and advocacy brands ol tjiinrartooJ In ar the TibOVO exceli thereof The understanding was that for 3 Of CO f SOtS are the day there should be no limit to the de ovor y par Lie vatoand no agreement was mada as to when i it should terminate Cimnon stated that o rules which governed tlie las i house twentyninn were reported withou material change Ho then said that the rules franled vUh a view to enabling th jare a plan for the selection of a site was eld yesterday afternoon Chairman Can ler presented bis report and he was an JL PIIOIIIRTO 1 Vvoax and Saturday Malinoo Monday February lOth THK LITTLE SUNBEAM i majority to make tho laws without unneoes 1 wiry delay Such rules ha believed were lemanded by the people and they would at I least forward business by preventing the time of tho house being taken up with dila tory motions carried to excess i Minority Tyraniny Preferable I He defended tha proposed change prohib 1 itin tho speaker from entertaining dilatory 1 motions and deniei that the proposed rule was tyrannical but if it was then it was a tyranny sustaiuod by ths ma jority of tlw nous U ho had to choos3 to twoen tho tyranny Of a constitutional ma jority responsible to tlie people and tho ty ranny of an irresponsible minority he would 1CJ horizedtosubmititto the full committee or action The report submits to the boos he two bills prepared by the committee one nntaining provisions suitable for holdmg he fair in either Chicago New York or St Louis and the other making it possible tor the fair to be held in Washington A reso lution is also contained in the report provid ing that it shall be left to the house to de cide on a site and after a discussion of the two bills balloting shall begin and con tinue until ono of the four cities has received a majority of all the votes cast When the site has been disposed of bill suited to the selection will ba taken upjtor passage Tne Sioux Commissions Report WASHTSGTOX CITY Feb sending to the senate yesterday tha report of the Sioux commission wfaichncgotiated the pur chase of the Sioux reservation tho president says that there were some difficulties m in terpreting the act of congress under which the commission was created and he advises congress to approve of the construction given by the commission to disputable pass ages as they had to construe ic for the In dians and the treaty rests on such construc tion A bill prepared by the secretary of the interior to carry out the provisions of the act provides for appropriating This is to buy stock and forming imple for the In ments build school houses etc dians Opposed to tho TFindoin Bill WASHINGTON CITY Feb tentative Syrnes of Colorado yesterday ad dressed the house committed on coinage weights and measures Hereviewed the suggestion in connection with the silver ques tion mada by Secretary Windom in his an JOYFUL GENTILES Mormondom Gets a Bad Defeat at Salt Lake LIBERALS PAUrr THE TOWN BED A Hot Fight That Will Have Important IB the of People Send a Pro test to Bismarck X lottery Bill Given a Bestli Sen ate Minus Becker SALT Crrr man Feb 11Tha municipal election yesterday passed 08 quietly Thj city was crowed with special police andjdeputy United States marshals for tha purposs of preventing ille gal voting which each party claimed that the other would resort to It was feared that an attempt to challenge and arrest vot ers would result in riot and bloodshed but this anticipation was not and though the excitement was so iutenscs tha half of the businesshouses were closed or der prevaibl Bands paraded tha streets and tha thoroughfares were jammed wit excited citizens who realized tbat upon th result of the battle depended tho futnra o the Mormon church as a political organize tiou The voting passed oft quietly an only six arrests were made for illegal vot ing and those were accompanied by no dem onstration from either side Significance nt the Election Tho officers voted for were a mayor re corder treasurei assessor aud marshal THE PRESBYTERIAN STANDARD Chicago Presbytery Votes for Philadelphia Says Ko CHICAGO Feb The Presbyterian min sters and elders constituting tlie Chicago resbytery met yesterday and concluded lie discussion of toe question of revision by dopting the resolution offered by Dr lerrick Johnson which reads as follows Replying to the first question overrored by he general assembly Oo yon desire a revis on of the confession of faith the Presbytery o nld answer yes Extent of Revision Desired Replying to the second nuestion If so in hat respects and to what extent the pres bvtery would answer that it is the judgment of the presbytery that the extent to which con f eesional change shall be carried nnd the par Ocular form it shall take b fore submission to the presbyteries for constitutional ratincation may safely be left to such urge and represent ative committee as the gcneriU assembly snail approve it reins provided that in any pro Dewenter apre posed change at least the three following points shall be secure First that the full in tegrity of the system of doctrine as contained in the confession of faiti shall be kept invio That those 1oims of statement especially in the third aad tenth chapters wuich convey or seeni to conver erroneous or uuscriptural implication and which are occa THE HATTER unscriptiiral unpicauon anu T 4 r slonsoi stumbling modified or eliminated j mill A F ilV EN Tiir Gods love of this world and Hia J liHj Ol UUl riU Jt AJ1 nual report He objsctod to the TVindom bill particularly that section giqing the treasurer tho authority to suspend tbo re iciuj treasurer uno iw stand by the constitution and so act as to let whenerer he thinks there is vnln Knrprrillff tO tUO rUla i f c r of Salt Lake City as well as the tho majority rulo BoDflricli4 Smpoitcd by the BON TON THEATRE CO In he follonlnjrNcw Comedies Pearl of Savoy voiilnv vrunesiliiyWanted a Husband Waild MU lOl Friday Salt SaturSayMatineoCinderella Saturday NUrhtFlshermaus Daughter permitting tho speaker to count a quorum be said that if tha Democrats to go to tho country as against tho principle con tained in tho rule tha Republicans wero to meet them and let the people choose Mllld n the Purpose of Kulos MiJIB claimed that the code of rules was founded oa the prinililo that the majority was divinely constituted and could do no wrong Rules were not intended alone to facilitate business they wero intended to protect tho rights of the minority and they had always done so from tho beginning oc 1 the government It was upon the sober sec i ond thought of tho people that the govern j ment rested Rules weiis intended to make the house pause deliberate nnd in some in stances go back Views of Otbor Orators Bnyue of Pennsylvania argued that the proposed coda of rules would facilitate tho transaction of business and prevent a small minority nullifying the will of the majority He argued at great length in support of the constitutionality of the rule permitting the counting of members present and not voting I to mako n quorum nnd he cited decisions of I state legislatures acid many legal decisions 1 as well in support of this position Btount made an argument against the roposed code dwelling especially on the ule making 100 members a quorum of the ommitteo of the whole His speoch closed 10 debato for tho day OUR NATIONALJEGISLATURE Kpitomi of tlio Proceedings in tlie Two Houses of Congress WASHINGTON CITY Fob Evarts intro duced a bill in tho sonata yesterday provid an artificial price by reason of a corner on the market He favored adopting frea coin age gradually and not at a jump The Russian Mission Given Oat WASHINGTON CITY Feb llThe presi dent yesterday settled the question who threo councilmen end one justice of ncace for each of tlie five precincts ot the city The ostensible issue was that of pub lic improvements Oiiereis not a loot of paved street or sidewalk in the city except what is the result of private entorpris3 The Gentiles do not like this The Mormons al lege that the result of Gentile supremacy in city affairs taxes and de TSiir Gods love of this world and His commission to yrench the o every creature bo given fuller anl mote definite ex pression The Vote on tho Proposition Iii the answer to the second question sent donn by the assembly the preamble and the urst and third speciliiations were adopted nanimously Tho answer to the second peciflcation was adopted by a vote of 4s to The 21 votes were cast by those mem bers who favored the formulating of a new creed Dr Buirows of the minority said that bo was confident that the tune would come when the Presbyterian church would see tha wisdom of setting aside the old VV est minster standards and formulating anew creed Stick to tlie Old Faith will aud ba the heavy bood the administration of New York and Chicago The question of polyg so tho Mormons would bo minister to Russia by nominating to that position Chas Emory Smithof Phila delphia Other interesting nominations were Samuel Merrill of Indiana to be consul vote general nt Calcutta Harrie R Newherry tions under thoso apparent amy was not at issue laimed as no ono ut Monogamist could There were more important quas however It fight for and against Mormonism struggle for control not only in the city but in the territory aud influence to bo United States marshal for the wifl be momentous as to the future of Utah of Michigan to ba secretary of legation at was a fight fc Madrid consul nt Victoria BC LeviW npd a struggle Mve eastern district of Wisconsin A Bogus Bank Examiner WASHINGTON Crrr Feb lias reached the comptroller of the currency to the effect that a man calling himself E McGregor who was at Topeka Kan from Jan 1C to 21 claimed that he was an exam iner of national banks As it is found on in The parties to tha contest went under tno names ot Literal and Foopes Bail Weather for tlie Contest Snow falling early yesterday mom inland continueiruntilnoon when tha sui Transformation Scene on the Sioux Lands GOASYOUPLEASE BACIE FOE DIRT Incidents of tho Scramble for Home steads and Town Sites at Cnamberlaln and House oil Jlnild Going Up by Steel j Stops tlie Itusli at Pierro anil tlie Boom ers Meet a Repulse CHAMBERLAIN S D Feb llThe loud I Unit they must not go back and alter nn ex cited partly they went Butchered Himself with a Razor PrrrsButiG Pa Feb special to Tlie Times from Scottdale Pa says Hubert Rosgen a German of Beaver Falls Pa committed suicide here bust night By means of a razor he butchered jiimself in a horrible nauner He cut a deep gash in his throat two in each arm and om in each leg He is believed to have been slightly demented intonation of n cannon yesterday afternoon ABBREVIATED TELEGRAMS A forest flro four miUs long is raging near Mays Landing N J Mrs Susan Record of Crawfordsville lad died Monday at the ago of 110 years St Louis was shaken Monday by a distinc shock of earthquake Ko damage was done SAN FRANCISCO Feb vote on the startlcj the horde of people camped here i Rev R Smith aged 9S the oldest colored lestion of revision of tho confession oi an opportunity to get into the Sioux i clergyman in Indiana died at Jefforsou questio faith which was taken by the presbytery ol j Vas the signa that tuo proclama ville Monday San Francisco last October and which re1 tjon boon lssnodi vas intended as sulted against thu revision reconsidered by tho presbytery yesterday The ballot again resulted against the revision the vote being 27 to 22 Voted Ajcainst JRevision PHILADELPHIA Fub Philadelphia presbvtery at an adjourned meeting yester vision of the to tbo crowd of towttrite boom en secreted in the heavy timber on American Walton the latest tliief who has robbei the Pacific Express company has made hb escape to Canada Andrew Gottschalkextreasurer of Adams island to get upon the coveted bottom on the countj indianai js short in his cash bctwaen Mary Anderson is to east side of the river Immediately repre sentatives of tho various combinations sent here for the purpose of recurins this tract tvero in motion and teams laden with lum day refused to agree to a re confession of faith by a vote of yeas to 42 i ber were at onco startea on a dead run Tho vote stood For revision 14 min1 across the river Crowds gatbcred on the nays isters and Oeliicrs agahttt revision min isters and U elders ADMISSION Ghtldron GalleryOc Adults Gallery First Floor Matinee Children Matinoe Adults2Oc fncof scuts commences Saturday morning it Kecslmgs a Souvenir of I ho Roodrich Kotraicemcnt two Kino Gold Watches will bo glvoo away Ono at Saturday Matlnco ono Night IIA KUCEGKli KODKF Y8THAIN KROEBER STEP Undertaker Iil 1 ol nilione No Calls Promptly fltcended tn ng for the election of a president pro tarn o hold office during the pleasure of the sen ate Tho bill appropriating 549000 to main am the Marion Imd Soldiers homa was passed The bill to provide a territorial gov eramont for Oklahoma was taken up and Plumb offered an amendment including in the ierritory all tho public land strip A voteon Jiis failed for lack of a quorum and the bill went over Blair then continued his speech on the educational bill attar which bills wero passed appropriating and for public buildings at Sioux City and Codar Rap idsiIa respectf ully authorizing tho construc tion of bridges across the Mississippi n Clinton and Lyons la and a few District buls Bills were introduced to establish came out melting the snow aud turning th streets into rivers of siusu This did no deter the voters many of whom waded hundreds of carriages ran tao pre fer bank officers to be ou cinct headquarters anl every part of ths their guard against this individual aud tc citv conveying voters to and from the explore his history no examiner of national banks of t would be well tr or prohibition in tho District of Columbia in creasing tho pensiion for loss of both hands to HOO per mouth authorizing the con struction of apcntooii bridge across the Mississippi at Quincy Ills appropriating 4100000 for a public building at Muscatine lei Tha senate then held an executive ses sion nnd adjourned In tho house the journal was approved in tho usually way by counting a quorum and then the report of the rules committee was taken up and by Cannon Mills Bayne and Blovmt when the ad journed MPHERSON ON HALSTEAD The Senator Kind of Bubs lit Into the Em inent Editor WASHINGTON CITY Feb The feature ot tho ballotbos investigation yesterday was Senator McPhersous remarks He said his signature was n forgery and a bad one that there wera abundant moans to provo tho for gery before it tras published and that its ublication lookod at first like a conspiracy The Word for tlie Boomers WASHINGTON CITY Feb Harrison yesterday issued a proclamation throwing open to settlement the relinquished portion of the Sioux reservation in accord ance witlvtJio terms of tho act approved last March eUfGling tho reservation and provid ttie relicquishment of Indian title to the remainder Land offices have been estab lished at Pierre and Chamberlain and the proper officers will be at once appointed To Prevent Gerrymandering WASHINGTON CITY Feb of Ohio introduced in the house yesterday for reference a bill to prevent gerrymandering in the states It provides that the repre sentatives elected to the Fiftysecond coii gress shall be returned from the same dis tricts as similar representatives elected to the FiftyBrst Reported in Favor of Idaho WASHINGTONCITY Fob sienate committee ou territories at its maeting yesterday ordered a favorable report on the bill for t e admission of Idaho into the Union Senator Platt will not present the report until Wednesday The bill is reported substantially as introduced polls By noon 3000 votes had bem cost which by tho pollbooks showed that about 75 per cent of the peoples Mormons regis tered vote had been cast and about 50 par cent of the Literals At that MOB OF NEGRO WOMEN They Brutally Whip a Negress for Indors ing the Barnwell Handlings CHARLESTON S C Feb A strange story comes from Allendale a small hamlet in Barnwell county near the scene of the re cent lynching woman and her Hattio Fraza a negro infant a month old were hour it was the Gentiles t jority of 237 votes though up to 11 o clocc tho Mormons had a majority ranging from QOO to SCO Tlie Gentiles Win Hi o Victory The polls closed at G p m The Liberal leaders posted a bulletin claiming 1200 ma jority The rapidly and the Gentiles became wildwith joy They lit erallytook possession of the city tha Mor mons re tiring to their homes Flags were run up in all directions and lanterns and fireworks illuminated the streets and build ings Cautions boomed bonCres were lighteil at every corner ami hundreds of men in line paraded tho streets with drums and torches tho victims of a queer black cap outrage When the news of tho butchery at Baruwell court house reached the Allendale section Hattie Frazier was olio of the few negroes who did not join in the chorus of condemna tion of that act On the contrary she open ly expressed the opinion that the murdered men bad only got what they deserved Since that time the woman has been in bad odor high bluffs to watch the exciting race Hoisos wero whipped up and great loads of building material moved at a rattling pace to American island which lies between this city and the reservation Indian Police Powerless Tho Indian police to the number of nearly 100 who had beon been placed us a guard to prevent any premature invasion stood dazed and stunned as they viewed the irresistible rush for tho reservation They wero per to check the wild stampede and The report that marry is confirmed by the father of the happy bridegroomexpectant President Harrison has nominated Charles Emory Smith of Pennsylvania to be Unite States minister to Russia Fire at Valley City N D Monday des stroyed eight business houses loss insurance about half that amounts Ellis Bard cnbler of the Lincoln Kaiionrl bank of Lincoln Pa is charged with beiii a defaulter to the extent of The president will not go to Pittsburg to take part in tho ceremony of opning thu Carnegie library there owing to urgent pub lic business One of the pipes of the orgm ia Wesley vrith her race She had received threats The most novel sight of all was the moving of a reasonably large building under which had been placed heavy timbers and wheels on a dead run for the coveted lauds Many lcgal In a few minutes the several sections on tha tenor of tho choir Charles Bauer less Capt of the Chicago base ballcul has gone to St Augustine Fla for prac tice accompanied by nino members of his team Haulau the oarsman has cuaUeugiM from time to time but trcntod them with scorn Dragged Out anil Flogged But one night last week while usleop in her house with her infant only a few weeks old she was aroused by n noise indicating that some one was trying to get in at the door Not suspecting anything she went out with her child in her arms to see what was the matter Arriving at the door she was seized and dragged away from tho house were literally covered Australia and the chaHonge has bcn to who are the rightful owners The local town site boomers undoubtedly scored an ad accepted A Larkins alias B Simpson olios Rev A Brown in fact allaround swindler was LllO SLICCUS ill uiiia IT tu SK like mud No such scenes wore ever j and subjected to a most brutal flogging The witnessed before iu Utah Thu Mormons lynchers were in masculine attire and wore rdttthoir defeat but say that it wa blackmasks aud capsAfterbeating the admit brought about by the most glaringly ill gal methods and that the result will be reversed by the courts They do not think the ma jority shown by the returns will exceed 400 Kept It VD Until Horning At 10 olock tho crowds on tho streets be came so great that the horse cars were com pelled to stop running The excitement was increasing and the celebration continued until morning Notwithstanding the great excitement the spirit of good nature pre vailed and thero was no disposition shown to quarrel or raise disturbances Tho sa nnd not a sinjledrunk COSTLY FIRE AT GRAND RAPIDS Two Big Factories Destroyed with Greal Piles oT Lumber GRAND RAPIES Mich Feb large factory of the Grand Rapids Brush company took fire at 1 oclock this morning and a ca couii be seen fierce wind soon swept the flames into the works of the Grand Kapids Parlor Furni ture company and both were rapidly de stroyed together with large piles of lumber in the yards The loss will be heavy but figures arc not obtainable yet tbey were cousins woman nearly to death they left her with a warning that they would return the next night and finish her if she was found in the neighborhood Her Assailants Arrested After the departure of the BlackCaps the woman dragged herself back to the house where she found her child lying on the ground Tho next day she identified two of her assailants They were negro women living in the vicinity and were at once ar rested and lodged in jail The women turned states evidence and confessed that the flogging band of from twenty to who court at Sioux City rushed promptly into the upla ds and began at once the erection of houses and they will vigorously defend their rights as against later settlers Vain Attempts at Ejection United States Marshal Fry and Agent An derson assisted by deputies and Indian po lice however were soon at work attempting to eject the invaders in the absence ot word from tbo secretary of the interior but the f orces at their disposal were entirely inade quatetothe requirements of the occasion febnurs opened ani closed 20Hc May and while many were notified and escorted opened closed 22Mc July opened 28o back to the river thero was not a large closed May opened losid opene i closed Live following were tho quota tions at the Union stock yards THE MARKETS CHICAGO Feb 10 Board of trade quotations today ranged a follows No May opened 7tJ4c closed July opened closed No 2 February opened May opened 31c closed 30940 July 31Mc closed i Fire at Morris MINNEAPOLIS Minn Feb The Jour ADVICE TO NORTH DAKOTANS Chicago Men Tclegrapli Governor Miller Against the lottery Bill CHICAGO Feb following tele gram signed by JoUn R Walsh Chicago National bank L J Gage First National bant William Penn Kixoa of The Inter uals JSIorris Miuu special says Fire at 1 Ocean Joseph of The Tribune FURNITURE Prices the OUR DESIGNS flRE Nfctf SHK but tho best workmanship al lowed to leave our salesroom if genuine would degrade publicat that tho pnpor and ruin public men and justly so which was sufficient reason why they should have been given n chimca to repudiate it first that his first impulse had been to have everybody connected with its publication arrested but that Haistead got down in the dirt and rolled over in humiliation and attempted to remedy the wrong which changed the situ ation somewhat James TV ONeil oE Lebanon O and Representative Morey testified to the dead oclock yesterday morning destroyed nearly half a block of buildings The losses aggre gate about SiOOOO insurance 324000 Hallway Men on Trial for murder Feb The murder trial oi James TV Scott of The Herald Judge Gresham Judge Gary and a ilarge number of other prominent business men Chicago was sent to the governor of North Dakota Bismarck yesterday The undersigned bee to express to you and was done by a and Charles Butord conductor licitude in view of your impeudlag perUinthf forty negro women who were dressed in male attire with black masks and caps and who undertook to punish their victims for the mothers expression opinion about the Barnwell negroes fate Upon their testi mony fifteen negro women residing m the vicinity wero arrested CHICAGO BOODLERS ARE FREE Van Pelt Varnell tit al let Out of the Penitentiary CHICAGO Feb The Cook county bood lors exCommissioners Michael Wasserman Adam Ochs J E Van Pelt and Michael Ley den and exWarden Harry Varaell fin ished their sentence of two years imprison enough force to keep them oK and they promptly returned to their claims Last night the settlers camped ou their claims Rush at the Lumber Yards vtlo The lumber yards were rushed to their ut higher most capacity all night the boomers being 539 rough 80S130 too anxious to await the arrival of dawn iota heavy packing and and by morning the appearance of the reser hipping lots on all night and inside of fortyeight hours westerns lambs tha buildings will have been erected and everything in running order with a popula produce Elgin tion of between 2000 and 3000 The great fce creameriw daWa difficulty however and one which will jaazjc packing stock as lands VHICAUU ruu n The unaersignea oee 10 expresu LUJUU uuu Uiuu Seth TBombley engineer Henry La Cloche I t h lo your lecture ourdeep so mentyesterday and werere eased rom the fireman was begun before Judge Clifford yesterday morning Tha defendants composed the crew ot tha Rock Island freight train that ran into a passenger car on the Washington Heiehts branch of that road on the evening terial prosperity i I iiirl trrriMl liCituuv nu 1 astonishing consideration given the socalled lottery revenue ill Wo believe that in stead of temporary and future relief its adop tion will irrevocably tetter your state in all it financial credit and condition and in all ma of Sept Soven people were killed and several wero badly wounded There seven indictruents against Twombley Buford aud one against La Cloche The day was devoted to securing four jurors our jud gment yoa cannot afford to assume are the stigma of transferring to your virgin state md and legalizing n practice so pernicious in its ofPwts and so held in abhorrence br all good THE RUSH AT PIERRE Those Cronln Jury i CHICAGO Feb The trial of the men charged with attempting to bribe the Cro nin jury was begun in Judge Watermans effects and so he citizens throughout the country ard that is sc soon to expire in the last state that perforce gives it tolerance 302 HllSt FINE PERFUPS soreness of Editor Halstead that the signa tures wero genuine esulting that he Halstead was not tha man between the millstones John L Pfau of Cincinnati said Wood told him that he expected to catch Fornker but did not expect any other victim especially Halstead Wood intimated OTllu that he had been used as a tool by John K i tod to havB fled to Mexico the court been token there on a special train Lewis Hadden hwiruur norfinn is now raised whether the Joliet penitentiary at 4 oclock in the after noon They left there late last night foi this city Before their departure the warden mailed to Governor Fifer a petition asking him to restore tba rights of citizen ship to all the exconvicts and it is said they will in a few days receive official notices that they are entitled to vote if they care to do The warden bases his request on the fact that the boodlers earned all tho full time allowed them by law Castingr lots Tor Speaker DES MOOTS Ia Feb is said that Becker Disappears Again nam NA Mont Feb llThe senate is the Republicans will propose to the Demo Senator Becker crats that lots be cast for speaker but from again without a quorum iasst iro ot the Starteai1 party wants tht nnd Tom Campbell of Cincinnati was recalled and denied some statements made by Tom Campbell last week LET HERGO WILSON Novel Petition and Claim of an j Inventor WASHINGTON Crrr Feb Wil son of Iowa presented to the senate yesterday j a peculiar petition It was in a box of card board and fastened to its face was a small j silk flag Under this was a letter to Sena until Wednesday after hearing qestion is now raised indications the Democrats will re where it was i ie speaker biTls Some ballots were taken yesterday with the and for separate trials Grahams bonds of advice will be taken last week It looks like wero declared forfeited and a capias ou issued The Strike at STJSPENSIOX BRIDGE N T Feb work at the New Tork CentralrailToad yards was done yesterday by the yardmaster and vota men occupying different positions No trouble tool no actjDn has occurred Tie strikers are firm in their Xo lottery in North Dakota MINNEAPOLIS Minn Feb 11 A special to The Tribune from Bismarck N D says out kind recei the deadlock would not be broken at all Twenty Lives In the Storm NORFOLK Va Feb The storm which vtPXSLatc received the message but eariy Sunday morning proved FOR THE r IT 1 V 1 L A Y PARVINS 12th Street Drug Store j tor Wilson on the envelope of which was demandj tasd that if Decenary tba men i written The flag report Let her entire road wfll be called out go Wilson The petitioner is Giles Otis 6 Pearce of Iowa who asks an appropria tion of with interest at 4 per cent i from Feb 231SS7 due iin part as equity and in part as damages sustained Pearce i claims in an elaborate affidavit that he was S allowed by the United States in 1884 a patent on a process and f uniace and that this patent was taken from him by officers of the I United States and that he was evicted from i the statu of Iowa after being arrested and imprisoned five tiiues with the full knowl 1 edgo and consent of ono Grover Cleve land Th Fopes Poignant Grief one of the boilers of the Standard Feb 11The grief of the pope on companys mill yesterday morning The en f the death of his brother Cardinal gineer Joseph Reed was fatally PecciispiSul to behold He sits all day and died at noon The fireman Richard i tive to life and vessels A number of schoon I ers and other small vessels were wrecked The sloop Annie is missing and withhei IaFeb A flue collapsed in crew supposed to be lost It is estimated Lumber that twenty lives have been lost in the Ches fatal Boiler Explosion npeake bay and vicinity during the storm Six Men Drowned MEMPHIS Tenn Feb towboat Df a Mown 250 front of this tumseii 10 IJTJ uj TTB scalded and the crew all col ied one being a woman the himsleep HTtaW thatapcrtion of hi private relics of the apostles he ordered sent o to comfort the last hours of the dying man be buried with his brother was scalded and srus prove fataL and showed ar chambermaid Bricklayers Reject Eight Konre pHTrtngrpgTA Feb 11 jlrs neijs Presented BEBXIS Feb On Saturday lh wife TT of the American minister Mrs William Prostrated at the Altar Boomers Met by the Cold Gleam of Un cle Sauie Bayonets PIERRE S D Feb that the proclamation opening tho reservation had been issued and that it went into effect at once was received here yesterday afternoon The crowd was prepard and only waiting for the word to start First news was re ceived by the two daily papers which in ten minutes had extras on the streat Then a cannon in front of tho state house roared and the hundreds of boomers who had gath ered on the river bank knew they were at liberty to start and the crowd made a break for the river bank and a grand rush for the flrm V other side began 5 The Legislature O44Q w 1 When the news was made known in the state house by tha booming of the cannon tha members of the legislature arose from I tneir seats and gave three long chsers nnd o motion to adjourn went through with a shout Flags floated from every building bandsmadisasmuchnoiseaspossible and bed lam reigned Those who did not cross in the rush kept up the general hurrah in this city The Bace the Ice Teams hitched to wagons had been sta tioned all along the river bank on this side all day ond countless boomers remained by readv to make a start for the promised the word was given Each team with a wagon filled with men started and many races were had to see which would gain the other side and be the first to select choice quarter sections contiguous to the famous mile square There was no hindrance in crossing the river the ice being perfectly sound but wbeo toe first loads reached the other bank they found an unlookedfor ob stacle in their way The Stern Commanded to The troops which have bwm stationed there for some weeks were drawn up in line along the bank and the first excited boomers who reached there were stopped by the stern command to halt They did not want to but when confronted by bayonets in tie hands of soldiers sufficient ia to keep them back they fell back on the rfrw and 7cperlb ouT Beauty of Hebron 36a38c per btt Burbanka per bn Illinois sweet po tatoes good to frncv tancr per bbL Craaber bell and cherries VM pet hot New York NEW Feb W WheatNo 2 red winter March SSHc do April do 2 mired 3Xc cash do mess Jll7Seil75 LardSteady February Sve Itoct tan ordinary to extra beeves 3753515 bulls SM0331S Sheep and Lsm 100 BS Umm The WorldsTalr Matter Bricklayers Protective association yesterday at st Mairys clrarch in this city Sunday WASIUXOTOK Crrr eb It meeting rejected the eighthour proposition and lar He soon revived and attempted to contmot the subcornmitti appointed by Torednine hours at 45 ceats instead of tat was again prostrated and Ms fair conjmittee of the house to cmte an hour 1 tatoatohishome made the presentation uieui tO could not proceed tiieir unmbtra aW PI F in iitt wera being constantly swelled by otfaen who were arriTins tmtfl th crowd eaailT wn bered 1000 excited oftbttwwa CREAM   

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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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  • Access to Over 155+ 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!
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Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 155+ 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 155+ 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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