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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - February 14, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                i f IF LOGANSPOBT FRIDAY 14 50249 JOHN BRAYS Corner On the following Standard Corsets Warners Coraline Tandem Good Luck Health Nursing Perfection Waist Or Balis Knbo Corset Thompsons Gov Fittins Corset Duplex Corscl Warners Misses Corset CliiKlrens Corset above excel corsets are overy partlc P the lont brands of guaranteed In ular Substance of the Report on The Times Charges SAMPLE OP BBITISH ABTAHDAEF A SURPRISE FROM LARRAElEE Governor Send to the Seiaate His Biennial Message DM MOISIS la Feb Governor Lar rabee created a smallsteel sensation yester day He bad his biennial messago read in the senate and a copy filed in the house The consequence is that everybody is warm un der the collar It has never bifen the custom to send in o governors message until the leg islature is organized Governor Larrabees Leaden Declared Baseless or Not Prov aa out Indirect Incitement to Crime Intimidation and Boycotting Laid at Their Caronl Word Taken Before of the london Press on the Judement tion on his part that the legislature is ready for business Views on Hie Hallway Question The governor devotes a great deal of space to the railway question and declares that the of the Jasfe legislature regulating the SHAME FORKAESAS Disgraceful and Deadly Over an Election Riot A HTODBED MEN BATTLE TOE JOKE Xbrce or Fonr Mortally Wounded and One Hallway Bom Contest Precipitates tuo Stealing tlie Immediate Times at Tort Sight of Disor der with Spilling of long Boll of Crime WICHITA Kan Feb A hundred men IMPLICATE HIS SWEETHEART A Murilerisr In Alabama Makes a Terrlolo Confession MOSTOOIKKBT Ala Feb Dun can n white man who is under sentence to be hanged at Oisrk Ala on the 21st inst became enamored of Miss Georgia Baldree i aCC OI wuo tan it iergtaKivm LONDON Jan report of the Par been prOTed wiso The railways nell special commission presented to parlia fae faUed to defeat tho law in yesterday finds that the respondent tne courts raised the tariff whereupon the members of the house of commons were not commissioners proceeded to fix state tariffs of them together with vitt joined the Land league with the inten tion to accomplish by vs means the independ C ostly in the direction of more power to tne DOLAXS OPRUA HOUSE WM liOAX HANAGEK Engagement Extraordinary ONE WIGHT Sunday 6th J BROWN Tro World Famecl Mind Reader and Spiritual Mm I n hla nffil locturo iiitrcilnc his txperiinonta In Mcrital I c LrephyumUxenpmWtlnBrr tho Ho fineU Spiritualistic Ihtriomeim eace of Ireland as a separate nation The gonHajjgjonerj oue for the prohibition of commission entirely acquits Parnell the other accused members of insincerity in their denunciation of the Phcenix park raurders and finds that the facaimile letter published IB The Times upon which the charge wag chiefly Jesed as against Parnell was a for They Incited Intimidation gery The respondents the report continuts did not direc ly incite crime except intimida tion which they did incite with the result that crimes and outrages wove committed by those incited The commission also finds that the respomlcnts defended agragrian prisoners but tho charge was not proved that they were intimate with notorious crim inals or that they helped such persons to es cape justice It further finds that the re spondants invited the cooperation of imd ac cepted subscriptions from Patrick FOTI on advocate of crime in tho uso of dynamite b Bosses and another for the decssose in the Dumber of Sunday trains to Problblliov On the prohibition question the governor is as radical He says the law is a success and urges no compromise with the saloon he approves the pharmacy law but thinks it should be amended so as to make it easier on druggists He declares against trusts and in favour of ballot reform in the direction ot woman suffrage at municipal elections and abo the adoption of the Australian system In the legislature yesterday nothing was done the Republicans making en utter giv ing them the speaker wbich tho Democrats promptly rejected or more fought with guns knives dubs and various other weapons at Harper yesterday morning and when tho battle ended two men had received their death wounds and nearly a dozen others were cut bruised or shot several of them so badly that there is little chance of their recovery The trouble grew out of R railroad bond election aud the steal ing of their ballotboreswhich hare not yet been found Exports from the scene of the conflict which is seventy miles southwest of here agree that a largo number C BWn were badly injured PieTced Up on tho Battlefield Tha list so far as definittly ascertained is as follows Tom Sabin a cowboy slashed with a knife has sinc3 died John TiiCord a merchant wounded badlv cut and fossion niade jestcrday he implicated tho young wo man and hsr father J O Baldree and they vero lodged la jail at Ozark FaOier iind Daughter Aceusod To a reforter Duncan slid I do not deny the murder but I am not the only guilty partv Old man BaJdroe suggested the crime to me and bought the morphine for me to kill my wife I gavo tho drug to Georgia and told it hor business 1 Dewenter her business That THE Sobert C Thomas oa the ucad with THE CONGRESSIONAL RECORD Govern incnt for Brazil Recog nized Amendments to the Rules WASHINGTON CITY Feb Bills for the establishment and but it is not proved that they were aware 3chool3 in Milhvan and South I that tho ClannaGnel controlled tho Land d t theseaat6 yesterday mnmV for the Dar J the j Laud An amendment also including the Cherokee outlet for judicial purposes was rejected and after a few more unimportant amendments the bill passed tbe senate went into secret session and upon reopening tho doors adjourned The house adopted tho joint resolution recognizing tho republic of Brazil the vote being unanimous and then proceeded with he consideration of tbo rules Some amend nents in tha matter of changing verbiage flssisted by L1LLIE SflY BROWN Tbeyoiinjrnml fasoiiirtmsr Material Izlnar Med ium Nothing Hire U ever before attempted Kvldonce that the dead do return Tliomnny phases of modiumship presented ITO new and orlirlnal No old ropotylnif toaM jrlvcn A cordial Invitation Is extended to nil A nominal price of admission will bochargeil Doors open at 7 Scauce commo cesiitb Urown la the original Mind Itcniler the tuttr of the late W IrflnylBlsliop UOLANS OFEHA IlOUSE WM DOtuVK PBOBIETOU 1 WeoK and Saturday Matinee Coumioncinff Monday February lOth THE LITTLE SUNBEAM maintenance of Indian Dakota were VLMU i reaorteci tu tuwstjumo ifre league or was collecting money for the par arnfend8d so to incluclo in Violence the territory the tract called No Hans It is proved however that tho respondents accepted the assistance of tho physical force party in America and that in order to ob tain that assistance abstained from repudiat ing or condemning tho action that party Tho Charges Against In regard to the specific charges against Polnoil the report says tho charge that at tho timo of tho Kilmainham negotiations Pnrnell knew that Sheridan and IJoynton were organizing outrages is not proved nor is there any foundation for the allegations that ho was intimate with Invinciblcs knew thuir plans or recognized tho Phrenic park murders as their handiwork The commis sion also fails to find that Parriell sent Byrno a remittanca to enable him to escape to Franco Judgment In Bavltts Case The judges find that Davitt was a Fenian and that ho received money from tho skirmishing fund for outrages which money was not for the formation of the loaguo but for the promotion of the agita tion leading up to it Davitt was mainly instrumental in bringing about tho alliance of the party of violence in America with the Parnell party in America Tho report reviews the history of the league and declares that the leaders com uiudd to injure the landlords and drive them ont of the country by means ot tlie system of boycotting thereby being guiltjof crim inal conspiracy LeCaion Against Parneltl Touching the contradictory evidence of LeCaron aud Paraell over their interviews in the corridor of the house of commons in 1831 tho commission holds that tbo balance of probability was in favor of thei accuracy LoCaroti It was clear that LaCaron wrote to Devoy to come to Europe to see Parnell and Egan Parnell denies that he told LeCaron that ha had long ceased to be lieve in anything but the forca of arms as a relief for Ireland basing his denial on the fact that ho never thought so It is not im possible that in conversing with a mipposec revolutionist Parnell expressed himself in such a manner as to leave the impression that ho agreed with thoso who favored revo lution The American Propaganda The American conventions are quoted a proving the identity of the sympathy an sentiments of the Irish leaguers with the physical force party The mass of evidence proved that tho league in America since 188S has been directed by the ClannaGaiJ and been actively engaged in promoting the uso ot dynamite for tho destruction of life and property in England It is not proved how over that Paruell knew the position of the ClannaUaol probably vcre adopted but two offored by tho Demo rats were rejected Ono provided that a de mnd for yeas and nays should not be con dered dilatory and the other that the peaker should never refuse to entertain an ppeal from bis decision The house then ook recess until 11 a m today A COMPLAINTFROM GOTHAM ongnliorcmcn Say That Foreign labor ers Do Their Worlt WASHINGTON CITY Feb 14State Sen ator John G Boyd John W Keogh and Jeorge Blair all of New York appeared bo bre tbe ways and means committee yester day and argued in favor of legislation for tha beiitmt oE NnwTGrU and ongshoremen Mr Keogh introduced the lubject and submitted petition 125 feet one and signed by nearly 3000 workingmen implored in handling merchandise imported into tho United States setting forth that wing to tho tariff laws such products as aemp sugar jute fiber and wool are sent So England from tbe points r t production elsewhere and stored and warehoused there of being sent directly giving employment to laborers in England instead of hero the goods only being sent hers as they arc wanted and not stored here The remedy proposed was the rebate to the importer ot 1 per cent a mouth stor age of the duty when the product is im ported directly from its native country ELECTION FRAUDS Precinct Sliowa club probably fatally injured Heury Mor gan shot in arm hsiid Brnissd John Alul vey cut in left sido and hit with a stona on head and seriously injured Logan had badly bruised with a club Oscar Eecd shot in neck may recover Samuel Clayton left log badly hurt by a bullet amputation probably nsc essary Silas Adams dangerous ku if o wound in breast Thomas Clancy frightful cut on neck and shoulder left ear lit off Mike Murphy tose broken and left eye knocked out by a club an unknown man from An thony cut in abdomen so that his bowels protruded injuries liksly to prove fatal Origin of tho Violence An election was held WednusJay at Har per to vots on the proposition to issuo 100 OOU in bonds to the Salina and Gulf road The project was the leadiajr cit cated by others For a week both parties had mado every effort to carry or deleat the proposition The fight over tho bonds was complicated and rnada hotter by tho fact that Anthony a rival town threo miles west of Harper promised to issuo tho bonds if the railroad company would locate its line at that place Citizens living between the two towns were also deeply interested tho struggle and when the election was hckl evening sho wont to my house and gave my wife a tesispoonful of morphine in a cup of water and tho drug killed my wife Dun can says Ti9 will have something iirrthar to say on the day of execution tleorEi Burke3 Sad Story CiEVELAXD O Feb Burke was fined S200 and seat to tho workhouse for two months yesterday for tho theft of a com ainnion service from St Josephs Roman Catholic church He said he had spent twentylour years of his life in prison and added I have never bad any encourage ment to load an honest life Ever since I was wrongfully convicted I have been kicked downhill Whenever I got work somebody would come along and tell my employers that I was a criminal and I would ue dis charged I dont care what becomes ot me now I have lost hope Twelve Years finding It Out INDIANAPOLIS Feb Downey was divorced from his yesterday in tho cir cuit court his complaint being that after twelve years of marrisid life he bad discov ered that his wife has a husband living Airs Downey was first married to a man named Young and first went with him to Kansas HATTER s bitterly resisted by many of itizens and as bitterly advo FUN AT THE TABLE Newspaper Men at a Banquet j of Good Things DAUA COMPLIMENTS A OHIOAQOAN S Smarts proprietor of the Newark Pa per mill and Mrs Elimbeth Shalt x ABBREVIATED TELEGRAMS Pitcher Gumbert signed with tho Boa ton Brotherhood club The straits at Macliuaw City are block aded with ice for the flrst time this winter Anson and thirteen men of the Chicago League base ball team bare arrived at St the Attempt to Organize a Mould ers Given a Difficult and rtntlicr Kmuarrnssing Problem to Solve NEW YORK Feb yesterdays ses City treated her very badly and sho sion of tno American Newspaper association returned to this state For several yeare sho heard nothing from him and concluding that ln was dead sho married Downey A Vonng Girl Murdered CRAWFORDSVIIIE Ark Fob hor rible double murder vras committed two miles west Hero Wednesday night Ada Goss tho daughter of II G Goss a highly respected citizen was found dead near her parents1 residence with her body full of buckshot and a short dijitcmco further on the decapitated remains of George Corvett employed as a laborer by Mr Goss were discovered Corvett killed tho girl and a mob killed forvott for four days L Newsom Silth district of Indi has been appointed cadet at the West Point military academy The National Bank of the Republic of St Louis Mo capital has Uxn Wednesday at Harper tho 1 own was filled with interested outsiders anxious to take a I band in the matter The company preferred to ran itii line through Harper if tho bonds could be voted and had sent a large gang of graders iud other employes to help carry tUo project through Disorder nud BallotStealing Many stormy scenes wore witnessed at tho polls during the day and half a dozsn fights took placo but a general riot wus prevented by tho coolness of the leaders When tho polls closed Wednesday night it was believed that tho bonds had carried The ballots were notall counted nudJiningthe iKglxt thd boxes containing the votes cast in tbreo wards cd of so effectually Even tlie LONDON PRESS OPINION Repurt of the GoodriclH Supported by the BOX TON THEATRE CO in tiic follonliisNeiv Comedies MondayPearl ot Savoy Tuesday Dads Boy WutiwstlavWanted n Husband Muler Vriilav Innocent Salt Saturday MatluvcCinderella Saturday SlKhtViahcrnian8 Daughter ADMlssFlON Children Gallery lOc Adults Gallery2Oc First Floor3Oc Matinee Children IOC Matinee Adults2Oc Sale of seats commences Saturday mornlagr at Koosllngrs a Soiivcnlrof the Goodrich Engagement twVKtne Watches will be Riven away One at Saturday Matinee 0110 Nitfht Editorial Views on tho ColllLUlSMtOH LONDON Fflb The Daily News says tho report of the Parnell cotnmissiou has vindicated at once the character of the Irish leaders and the integrity of the English aench Throe upright judges whose preju dices if they exist at all are all against rule have cleared public life of an ujly cloud Tho Post congratulales Parnell who was immediately the victim of gross injustice B remains for the British electorate to esti mate alike tho acquittal of Parnell and the condemnation of Davitt though honor is clos to Davitt as being the chief denuncia tor of crime and outrage Tho Chronicle says The Times caso has tumbled like a house of cards The history oC Parnellism and Crime from its birth to Us burial in this report is the history of the most colossal fiasco of political journalism in tae Victorian era The Standard says that while the verdict of the commission favors the accused in a few of the most heinous charges of which few persons expected proof would be brought there is more than enough behind to sub stantiate all that has been generally believed of the connection of tho Home Rulers with conspiracy against the law The Times leaves the public to judge whether the report does not confirm though DOlAS3 OPERA HOUSE WM DObAX JIASTAOKI THURSDAY FEB 20th tons Monster Double n jreit excitement Tho a number arrests he following officers for the ensuing year authorized to begin business Tho Iowa supreme court has refused a new ere oected President J W Scott of The r Chicaeo Herald secretary R H Campe of trial to Munchrath convicted ot implicati Tho Pittsburg Chronicle treasurer William in the murder of Rev Haddock ffln of The New York Sun liclltorlal Talent at Dinner The banquet given by tho association at tho Brunswick last night was a fitting ter mination to the meeting There we and droll which was presided over by President Scott sat Charles ant speeches wittj sayings stories At tho guests table A 15 yearold boy of Boston namedjThomas B Slaton has eloped with the American wife of Sin Foam a wealthy Chinese UK Jim Butts and Ed Johnson both colored re brill were hanged at Perry Ga Thursday for H rfmll the murder of Capt Miller a wealthy farmer Oct 22 last Edward Burns a Chicago laborer relieved ot ono of his kidneys some time Kill Glove Skullduggery TRENTON N J Feb examina tion into the Jersey City election frauds was resumed hero before tho senate committee of inquiry yesterday morning Up to the be ginning of yesterdays session 2256 of the 2000 votes east in the county had been passed upon and524 had been pronounced jogus Onethird of Ssnator McDonalds vote in six precincts hail biien shown to be raudulent and it is said that Mr McDonald will resign no matter what the result the nvestigation may be In tho seventh or kidglove preciinct it as found that the ballotboxes had been tampered with and a number of illegal bal ots run through them The eighth precinct xxxes showed no irregularities but a recount of the vote in tlie ninth increased Stuhrs vote from 10 to 54 The committee has ad journed for the week Relief for the Supreme Court WASHINGTON CITY Feb house and senate judiciary committees yesterday beard a committee of the American Bar as sociation in behalf of relief for the supreme court It was stated that the court had much more business than it could properly attenti to and was consequently running behind The remedy that was unanimously favored was the creation ot an intermediate juppallate The Sultan of Zanzibar Dead ZANZIBAR Feb Sultan of Zanzi bar died suddenly yesterday Seynod AH his brother succeeds him Dr Charles Worth attached to the British consulate and Dr Martin surgeon of the manofwar Boatticea ejcamined the body and found n external evidences that the death was un natural Tha Arabs will HOB permit an au topsy He was buried last night Curling Bonspiel au Wlum WEUTIPKO Man Feb curlin bonspiel yesterday international contes between five rinks representing the United were stolen and that they have not bpeu found The only warcl as estimated going against the bonds was tha First aud its ballots were not stolen Tlio llloaily Oiltlironfc When the affair became known yesterday morning tlicro was railroad crowd had made imd warrants were svrorn out for oth ers who coaid not be fourd An effort wah made tj arrest Tom Sabin who luul Ixwn a I cowboy in his day He made n Tight aud his friends joining a hundred men in a few minutes became engaged in a desperate bat tle with tbe results stated above MUCH DISORDER AT PIERRE An AllNiglu General n aiilo Square PtEHRE S D Feb night serioui trouble occurred on ths mile square and shooting was common all night long One man a leader of the South Pierre boom ers called Jesso Jamas was cut and shot and is now lying in a serious condition An other man named Wolgemath is also badly hurt and n number of others were sand bagged and hurt in the general melee which went on all night law and Order anil Mob law A public meeting was held and com mittees were appointed to organize the coun y and city and for various other purposesin luding one to confer with tbe Northwestern railway regarding the conflicting claims of he and settlers who now occupy ovary oot the mile square A Tigilance committee Wednesday vent to i widow woman named Evans who had JIOVM a house on to a lot whichshe claimed lad been jumped by a man named McKee and ordered her to moVe the building a1 once or they would do it for her She defied them and yesterday morning a uiob bodily lifted the house off and set it in the streot Hallway Men on tlie Ground A car containing prominentNorthwestern officials came in last night and they will at All Infernal Maculno In tlio Mails PHILADELPHIA Pa Fob John M Mc Brido 1231 North Fourth street received by mail yesterday a package postmarked in this city which proved to be a pasteboard DOS containing guncotton powder a match aud sandpaper so arranged that the appar ent intention was to have the opening of tho box cnuss an explosion The match how over had been placed too low or had been displaced in transit so that no explosioi took place Accused of Frntricitle KALAMAZOO Mich Feb vicinity of Almena where Dr Marvin FosdicU was shot Tuesday night was again shocked yes terday when Albert A Fosdick county sur vcjor ujmoroHier of tho doctor was ar rested on suspicionoiiiaving ing It is alleged that Albert had a mercen ary motivefor getting his brother out of the way Ihey are the only heirs of their father who diodsoverat years ago and left quite an estate Hcelcil Himself and Kloped BALTIMORE Feb suddcu and t relieved ot ot uis A Dana of The Sun S H Kauaman of finely wilh Tho Washington Star CharKs Knapp of those organ of Tho St Louis Republic Walter P Phil y A the clerk who recently lips of Th3 United Press Victor Lawsonof j tho Express com The Chicago Daily News George W Tur mouoy at Dallas Tex has been nor of The Now York World aud J H i to Toronto Can Uolliday of Tho Indianapolis Journal Cov Postmastor General Wa ers were laid for 300 Presiding at the vari General Wanamaker went to Iphla Thursday evening to attend the ant Brooklyn Times F K Misch San Francisco Call and WJ Richards Indian of the heirs appolis Journal Beginning of tlie Speechmaklnc Speeches were made by Hon C M Depew C A Dana A Minor Griswold Lyman D Marsh W H Stevenson and others Pres cmployo residing at Keokuk la bo ono of the heirs of an estate worth 543000000 left by a wealthy Engliuh nian named Ford A heavy fall of snow is reported in vari ous parts of Tijsas Tho fall is from two to fourteen inches deep and is welcomed by who an lie greatly benefited by it with such an assembly learned men Pub lishers and editors he thought should work toEother or ibfl common gond of all He Douglas Pa Thursday morning on too KompUment to Mr Dana to i Bttburg McKeesport and Yough Tho boiler of a moving locomotive at tached to a construction traiu explode near Douglas Pa Thursday morning on tho take means to enforca their claims a owners of the mile square This will stil further complicate matters and will surel lead to trouble Men who were at the open Oklahoma say that the disorder on CJ that occasion was small compared with what cain now be seen her mysterious disappearance of Edward Fut voye the agent of tbe Furness Hue of steam slaps has caused considerable talk in ship ping circles and all kinds reports are in cir culation as to the causa of his dopartureono of which is that ho has skipped in with a pretty German girl taking along S350CO of other peoples money Sad Fall of a 1eorla Man PEOBIA Ills Feb Hebert who was once ono of Peorias most prominent Eiman citizens yesterday pleaded guilty to a confidence game on1 obtaining money un ler false pretense and was sentenced to the jenitentiary for one year About six months igo he skipped out after beating bis friends out of fSOO on bogus checks Killed n Child and Doesnt Hang ALBIOX N Y Feb 35mory farmer was yesterday convicted of murder u the second degree for the killing ot little 3ora Grimes on June 24 nud was sentenced to imprisonment No Crime to Assassinate a Czar WASHINGTON CITY Feb tho ex ecutive session of tho senate yesterday Sher man from the committee on foreign rela tions reported tho Russian treaty with the objectionable clause declaring an attempt on the life of a czar not a political offense This treaty was recommitted to the committee recently because of objec tions to this particular clause The British extradition treaty wos taken up and discussed at some length Senator Gray made a speech against the provision of the treaty providing for extradition for manslaughter and for obtaining money un der false preteusss A number of speeches on this subject were made and the senate adjourned without taking any final action Sustained tbo Civil Service Law ANNAPOLIS Md Feb The joint reso lution offered in tho house of delegates sev paid a complime alluded as the Nestor of journalisn Moulders of PliPlle Opinion Allan Forinan The Journalist Epoke briefly He remembered of trying to organize a labor union of reporters We met about four times he said At one of tho meetings some oae got up aud spoke about reporters being tho moulders of public opin ion and a member arose and proposed that we call it Moulders union No 1 Amid great applause Mr Dana was then introduced and Maj Barrett of The Scran ton Truth proposed three cheers which were given with great fervor The Seator Gives Them Godspeed is a most conspicuous fact said Mr Dana that tonight are gathered together kilting ono man and severely juring four Otiie J A fellow named Orth H Stein who been heard of before in such frealts bus bc3 possing himself off oil the good people o Denver as a general of the British army Many of his rocent acquaintances now mourn the loss of money covJUut vlth his do parture THE MARKETS CntCAOO Feb 13 Board of trade quotations today follows 2 May opened TTKc closed July opened closed 2 February opened closed 28 May opened 3Mc closed opened and closed 31c OatsNo t opened closed closed SMMc v opened the newspaper representatives of the entire February opened country It is an excellent enterprise in which you are engaged an enterprise that has no rival You will find all the publish ers of New York ready to stand by every measure you have agreed upon at your meeting today Any pVan thai will bring about the hearty co operation of the pub lisher and editor will meet with the approval of New York The popular idea of a news paper today is very different from that of years ago Tho papers today are larger and have more in them to admire But Scott Comes from Cblcmgo Now here is my friend Scott one of the ablest editors of today aud you may let me j aW Xr odd that it is not his ability I admire I creameries dairies mime him because ho is not afraid of the I packing stock EggsStrictly as SBraaspKS ace Greeleyas a man to admire not as a ib PotatoesPeerless 303Bo news collector but as a philanthropist and fc r Hebron perbmj a ohiiosopher The greatest news gatherer per bu Illinois sweet po i tatoes eood to Inner t275SJ301 Good to taacy per bbL Cranber bell and cherries per PresidenTscoit arose and said he seldom bbL closed opened and closed t870 March opened and closed S975 May oiiencd ilosed SVuOO Lart February i S5T7H dosed Live following were the quota tions at tho Union stock yards opened fairly active with beat grides higher other lots unchanged light rough packing 75SUA mixed lots heavy packing imd ship ping lots a 00 bulk cows stackers and feeders 350 SJ Steadr muttons itiS 580 ornfed ems 1500 S80 lambs S5OOSIT5a CouipKslnsr 7 PEOPLE 2 FAMOUS TOPSIES 2 MARKS the LAWYERS 2 EDUCATED DONKIES GCU3AN BLOODHOUND 3 SHETLAND PONIES 37 2 2 in colorless guarded judicial language the main part ot the statements made in the Parnall and Crime articles Tho Times asserts that it never accused the Parnellites at personal participation inflrSnw Conclud ing it says If on certain points which ive held we have not established our state tnents the general effect remains unshaken Banquet at Atlanta ATLANTA Ja Feb The first annual banquet of the Atlanta chamber of cofflft merce was held last evening at the Kimball house about 400 guests being present among them a large number from the north The principal speakers were Hon W E Russell of Massachusetts who eulogizad Henry W Brady Governor Campbell of Ohio nnd Patrick Calhoun ot Atlanta The visitors were taken around the city tday and given reception at noon 6 3 Little Maude tho Phenomenal Child Artist Baby Irene aged 4 years the smallest tne American stage Special A BlueBlooded Poodle Nsw YORK Feb John G Hccfc sher of poodles at the dog show awarded the special prize offered by the Westoiiniter Kennel chib for the best poo on j die to William C Sinfords black dog Styx His pedigree is unknown Heisval States and five representing sulted in victory for Manitoba by sixty pointSL The United States rinks irere com posed ot three from St Paul and two from Milwaukee Montana Sen atari In Oregon POBHWLSD Ore Feb A Baker D J Hennessy W M Thornton W Becker S G Redd and William Par berry membtore of the Montana state senate are here Simator Bsilcer states that they will remain outside of Montana until the legislature adjourns sine die Seven liia Collision IXSTKS Fete steamer Ludgate Tmit from New Vork fur London ran inb and sank the steal acr Deiirside of Aberdeen Wednesday of tbe Deersides crew vrere drowned Ungliuhmen 1 TKESTOX N J Feb cablegram re ceived here that an English syn dicate has porchaMi I thu mills of the Central Rubber trust Tlrere are sevan Trenton companies in tbe trout The amount in TOlvad is over The i luunad ware Jicwptoi 1 br wire on thapart ol DASTARDLY WORK IN DETROIT A Woman Tatally Injured by a Murder ous Gunpowder Plot DETROIT ilicb Feb An outrageous attempt presumably upon the life of Mrs Lipmeyer of this city occurred yesterday AB a result her mother is seriously if not f a ta3y injured and her house is badly wrecked A year ago last October Mrs Lipmever procured a divorce from Uer hus mid and received at the same time his in Brest in her present home of which Lip neyers brother owned the remaining por iion There has been continual strife be tween Mrs Lipmeyer and her brotherinlaw since then Ho has frequently threatened the most competent editor in his time was tbe elder James Gordon Bennett A Question for Depow j f had the opportunity of asking a question ot a railroad president would likeitcask z WI Mr Depew why it was that a trip pass is al gg do April I ways given a journalist when member or do Kf CornNo New York NEW Feb 13 WheatXo 2 red winter cash do do May 2 mixed aWc cash WHYS glVcii jwv uo JUIJC MI t the legislature invariably receives an annual Februairy o March do April naff j lmi itliaiT era weeks ago by Richardson of Hartfon county requesting the repersentatives of Maryiono in congress to vote for the repeal of the civil service law was yesterday re ported unfavorably by the committee on elections and the report was adopted DESTRUCTIVE BLA2EAT CHICAGO Property to trie Talno of About S40QOOO Injured CHICAGO Feb in this city yes terday destroyed a lorga building owned by J V For well Co causing a heavy loss The building was occupied by Work Bros wholesale clothiers Taylor Bros Co wholesale hats and caps and MendeU Bros Co dealers in dry goods all of whom Barley Dull mess tor new Qnief March May Joly Live trading in dresed beef firm but slow e B and lamb 125 100 sheep lose their stocks During the fire William from a ladder ns do May STHc bun srsMSas ranch Sior4aiW for new NEGL1GENCE OF A BRAKEMAN It Causes the Death of One and lae In J V AVU UfOm CLEVELAKB O Feb 14Through the Uve hogs MO negligence of a brakeman the accommoda tion train from the west due here at ran into an open switch at Bellevne O last night and crashed into alight locomotive standing on the siding Both engines were demolished and Fireman Young of the lignt engine was instantly killed Engineer Phelps of the passenger train was severely though not fatally hurt Fireman Simpson of the passenger train had legs broken and was hurt internally A lady passenger named Wooster bad several ribs broken but is not fatally hurt Conductor Hoyt of the passenger train suffered a scaip wound ana was badly bruised life and one time violently assauted Sallander a fireman fell nr lire an j j Btritjng on hu head His siu1 frac tared and hs will probablv die Four other The her Testerday morning some put into a stove and a fire started The Stove Hlown to Atoms firemen were severely hurt losses are Would Employ Own IDoctor MichFeb day shift at the Aurora mine went on a strike at noon Sometimeafterward the neighborhood was startled by an explosion which was beard pver Insurance for blocks It came from the Lipmeyer resj worst part ot tne disaster is that 2503 e invnstiration showed that the ployas vvili lose their work for a time Hence and investigation showed that the ploy tove was blown to atoms practically and j nremen were severKi umu nn stated by the city pa pars at from to j yesterday and hist evening tha night snlll The i joined them The trouble arises over the action Manager Dickerinan of tha Au rora in Thonias and the min physicians and appomtuig Mc Leod It is customary in the mines of Lake Superior to keep a month ont of the pervaded the bousa further saarch disclosed side ii block of woo1 which had been bored to a j depth of and the condition of the Weather We ilav Expect WASHISOTOS Crrr Feb 14The following re the weather icdiuations for thirtysix boon rom 8 p m yesterday For Indiana and mi atenini weather vaxiabU win Is colder Saturday morning For Mietl their wages an their own physicians employing showed only too plainly the presaace of powder It was a miraculous escape for the whole family who were in tha immedi ate vicinity of the stove Mrs Lipmeyeris winds at a toss to account for the gd For ratoln aAat cept by the story of her trouble wita tportioE fair wither In ncrthwtst brotherinlaw vortcrc iarthwesterlr wtnaa filled in s Street Car COMTHBTJS O Feb train o 12 on the PanHandle rtflroad whicfc ieaTes here at p m and arrives arkat 530 rtrwtcM conuimig tetaltz hdonmt W CREAM Dr Cream t   

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