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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - February 18, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                15TH YEAE TUESDAY EVENING FEBEUAJiY IB 1890 NO 252 JOHN BRAYS Corner Oil Corscts following Standard Warners Tandern Good Health Nursing Perfection Wnist IV Bulls Kabo Corset Tliompsoirs Glove Fitting Corset Duplex Corset Dr Warners Misses Corset CliiMrcns Corset s All the above excel i i ran els of corsets are i itoOJ in every partic ABLISLES NOTICE The Quorum Question To Be Taken to Court Usrm to six years wiihout reeligibility ani hose of representatives to threa years of a Deflclency CITY Feb ETEW TACTICS OF TEE OPPOSITION Mil ENTERTAINMENTS MilastratEd Tours D Eurape vt i A It Hal no Veck l Fobrunru tiiil and t niys S latest IVni liishiGiis In illnstina oUiimiH ten l Mil J wraps uiul evening toilets i IWiHi 1iiirtnl 1roe nnd im ilrt ty KellntB t Imlis Krcneb f ami oycnhisr Emir of ovury FINE PERFUMES FOHT11E HOLIDAYS PARV3NS iLIUi Street Drug Store For 3iiie fiO noros of tbe old Harriett farm at S125 pir ncro flfr ncies in the EusietM for sale lots in acl iMliiin with street prUate park and tree n each Int price from to fiicli on easy piiynieuts For sale i desirable rcsuleufcs on east liroulwav Fnsafe desirable resiliences ou cnst Norli street For sale two desirable resiliences on Spear street For sale one desirable residence at MJ Spcar street For sae one desirable residenceou west Brondxvnv For sale one desirable residence on west Chippewa and Pratt streets For sale one desirable lot on Cicott street front For salt two desirable lots ou Linden street Wanted residences and vacant lots on High North Broadway unit Market lrcets Wanted residences and vacant lots on Chippewa Miami anil Pratt streets For trade city property for farms For trade farms for eity property For trade farms for all kinds of mer chandise For trade an orange grove ill Florida For trade a two seated enrringe for a me seated with top A stock of dry goods wonh to trade for a good farm For puticuhus enquire of M M GORDON Pcusiou aad Heal Estate Agent Room Xo KIlKlt Block Logansport lud Tlie Fight Against Bccda Killings Be Openeil on a Count by Days Set for Consideration of the Fair New Department Officers ProDOned In A Deficiency Woman Suffragists WHSHIVGTOV CITY Feb house yesterday spent almost all of the time until adjournment iu warn debate over a ruling of Speaker Read Ater the reading of the Carlisle arcjs and said that since Jin the Democrats had been protesting ugairiit tli approval of tho journal on tho ground that it contained an entry made by dictation of tho speaker snowing the names of members present and not voting Last Friday a code of rules was adopted which gve tho speaker that right Against this they still protested and would continue to do so ar an unconstitutional practice But question could not foj decided in this an 1 whenever proper arose it would go to some other forum where it could bj finally and decisively paiiel upon Hi niw no reason why tlio journal should not IK prove in tho form which tha hou i a i iglit to preseriljo The journal wa lhn jipprovMil Hit iiniiii OutiHUou Asaiii tlio resoluiion for in of til Worlds bills on ii lUiy ami balloting ou Mon ti j Hiiis hirill have determined that th 1s fisir shall not bo uvjriion tin Worlds fair udir rjr tb Inyf noted ivol tileiidnption 1 i uiConJ Tollers n result uunounccd Xilgoro inndo thy liutrum The spcakc r declarod than i iiirl ignoring protests from diciarevl that debate on motion wius iu order which out farther protests Ho said he hod announced that tliero wero mem bers in their if they did not vote tho presumption was that they acquiesced in tho result A Point Mtulo or Tellers Mills OL Texas maintained that the rules required a decision by tellers and that the speaker was simply to announce their de cision Citrlisn maintained that tuo moment the tellers wero ordered by the houiio to take their places the power of the chair to count except upon their report ceased The very purpnsj cf ordering tellers was to prevent tho speaker from making a count and put it in the of gentleman chosen one from ono sidn and ona from thu other side When their report was made to tho chair that vote was over and if the tellers resumed their seats there was no remedy except to tako it over retcm Explains His Silence Peters of Kansas said that he had refused to vote because he had a had some doubt as to whether there should bj a worlds fair at all Applause on Democratic side But ha was perfectly satisfied to re main in his seat and allow persons interested to suttlo the matter If thetheory of tho other side were right h should have thus accomplished more than if ho had unnatural result Tho trouble was that this housrj had been wrapped round and round by the cords of legal tlction until it was as life less ns a mummy Applause 1 Dip Speaker Has u Moiil li Sny The speaker said thu question wus one like thnt rcpatjdly passed upon by LIB house Under ilio constitution a quorum was neces sary to transact business Whether it was necosritry for them to act was tlie question in Since it had bcou decided here it had been disousiol from ona end tlio country to tho other and precedents without number hail been cited on each side In this liouso tho question was suUlud that if a majority was present to do business their presents as nil that was required to make a quorum If thoy daclijiod to voto their in action could not be in too pathway of thoso who did their duty Uen tlmt silence could bo stronger than n negative vote to have been unknown to our ances tors It seemed to be inolern parliamentary fiction which had uover been abb to stand tho decision of a court He then repeated his decision that tho motion was seconded A short debate on the resolution followed at tlu conclusion of which it was yeas nays 50 noner Srason of the internal revenue jnreau was bsfore the subcommittee on eflciencies of the house appropriations com aiittee yesterday on a deficiency in last appropriation for the pay of gaugers ind storekeepers Mr Mason told the com mittee that the appropriation had been ex pended twentyone days before the end of he fiscal year and as most of the persons af ected were poor men he urged the commit eo to make speedy provision for paying hem the amounts still due OLD BUT TBUE GRIT Ohio Well Rid of One Very Bad Citizen OLD MAN FKESGLES GOOD SHOT A LOAD OF PETITIONS Woman Suffragists at the Capital fAsmsoTOS CITY Feb dele gates to tho threewomans suffrage asso iatlons met in executive session attheBJggs louse yesterday The American Woman Suffrage association agreed to consolidate with the National American Woitian Suf frage association and later tUe day the new consolidated association with about ISO members present met and selected Mrs Elizabeth Cady Stanton for president Compensation to tlie Sontli WASHINGTON CTTY Fab his on the olucational bill yesterday iu the senate Blair said that bill would com pensate tho south in some measure for the passage of the dependent pension bill now which would distribute 800 000000 to a year almost exclu sively in the northern states No frirll Gold Coin WASHINGTON Cm Feb house rommittoo on coinage weights and measures yesterday authorize a favorableitport on the bill introduced in the House by Mc Kenna to diseontinu the coinage of and gold pieces and tho cent uickvl piece LISTON TO OUR TAE OF WOE Heartrending Petition Keceivail 5y the Mayor ol St Ionis ST Louis Feb leltor containing a singular request was received by Mayor Xoonau yesterday It caina from eight un marriad ladieu and tluir uarncj were signed to thj letter Mayor Suoiian withheld all the names but gave ilo letter It reads an io lov We tlij iielitioncra are lit present in n verv melancholy frame of mind consUer In 5 bow all the bachelors arc blindly capti vated by widows anJ wo arc therefore iicglect el Inconsequence of tins wa request your excellency will for the future order that no willow presume to marry any young man uutil themnids are provi nd for or else pay each of them a fine of satisfaction for invading our liberties and likewise a fine on all such bach elors who marry widows The great disadvan tage to us makls is that widows by their for ward carriage do snap up tho young men and have the vanity to think their merit beyond ours which is n great imposition on us who ought by right to have the preference This is humbly recommended to your excellencys consideration ani we hope you will permit no further insults to poor maids You would con fer a great favor to 03 if you will givo this matter your earliest attention Mayor Noonan announced that the old maids would have to worry along without any assistance from him FELL VICTIMS TO SHARKS A Dozen Men Devoured in Full Slglit of a Steamships Passengers ADEN Feb the Peninsular and Oriental companys steamship Victoria was on her way iroai Colombo to Aden a passenger jumped overboard and while the crew were lowering a boat tho tackle slipped and thirteen men foil into the sea Eleyen of these and suicide were devoured by sharks in full sight of the passengers Hani Lines for Strikers PUSXSUTAWXEY Pa Feb com mittee consisting of Knights of Labor waited on Adrian Iselin at Adrian to learn on what condition the buffalo Rochester nnd iMttsburg company would allow tho men to return to work Mr Iselin informed tho committee that on no condition whatever would they bo allowed to resume labor in ho mines An offer to acknowledge them selves beaten was made by tho committee and rejected Hydrophobia Panic at St touls ST Louis Feb city lias a hydro phobia panic A dog belonging to Joseph Jaeger was attacked with rabies and bit four other dogs and six cows The cows developed symptoms of hydrophobia Bun day and caused great excitement in town The mayor yesterday issued an order to the city marshal to kill nil line cows and dogs infected Ono man was bitten by a dog Sunday The cows and all but two dogs were killed Tlie Wheelmen Sn Convention NEW YORK Feb National as WTille Held Down by One Raman He Puts n Bullet in llie Heart at tlie Wbite Caps In Maryland Fatally Shoot a People Punish a to a llvc and Miscellany CRESTLIXE O Feb about 9 oclock came a rap at the door of F J Frcugle an aged farmer who with his wife resides a mile east of hero A de mand to know who knocked and what was wanted elicited the reply that they had a dis patch for Freugle Frengle opened the door and immediately two men rushed past him into the room and drawing revolvers commanded the couple to keep silent under penalty of death Tho Robbers Catch a Tartar One of the men grabbed Frengle and when his wife started to his assistance she was seized by the other and iu the struggle which fol lowed both Frenglo aivl his wife were thrown to the floor reached to his pocket and got his revolver but being prevented from using it on the man who held him down he levehd it upon the one who hjiI Mrs Frengle and shot him through the hcTrt The wounded man staggered to his fe3t reoled out of the room but fell dead a few steps from tha lioJse lield Frenglo then released his escape The man who him and made Villainous Treatment in Cu up the streol whea she met Sommers who vitaout saying a word shot her three times ae bullets passing through her back in tho egion of the heart She expired almost in stantly SVIll Probably Bo a Hanging About It CHARLESTON S C Feb night apoleoii Laval called nt the store of B eldemami Co and asked to see his wife UD had been seporazed from him some time When the woman appeared Laval ihot her and then shot Fcldemanj Both of the victims are thought to be fatally wound ed On being arrestel Laval said that it as only a family affair and that there was nothing more to be said about it HUMANE SOCIETY uPFICERS K S KICK President Pu H T MAXIOVE Vice President j C HAPIKY Secretary MILS l Z Treasurer DIRECTORS D PUYOU Mus D DYKEMAX T C IAUXES MllS S T McCONXELL S B BOVKRF The of our citizens in tho Hu work of this Society is All persons are requested to notify tne officers nr ilirofiois of tinsociety of any cases of rrtuitv to raiuiiis or children that may come v itliiif ilioir observation that the same tuny March 1 C j ih A party orpia i one sije and dwarb the I ohcr No msn wants K withlnthU iishion Tht j time gone by when i expect lo inherit their po i liricit opinions They wtuat to make I to do this theytraiu i a o icll them the truth re of their own personal pre I If you are an honest ind selfreliant ifi thought rcd an honest and inde CIUCACO DAILY Ksws circulation is a 4 a million x it costs by mail r month four Filed In Uio Synopsis cif tlio Pro icciHnga 111 Ccngrcss AVASHILVUTOX CITY Feb the senate yestidiy Mj iwtitions firom Massachusetts were asking that Iho exportation of httoiicriuj liquors from this country to Africa be stopped Chandler presented petitions from Mississippi complaining of vote suppression and tbat the legislature was about to submission to tho constitution that will deprive many citizens of their rotes The bill to sittlu tlie Pacific railways debts was re ported A bill was passed appropriating for a monument ici this city to James Madison Blair then continued without completing his speech on the educational bill A conference on the bill to take a census of farm mortgages was ordered and the senate adjourned Carlisle gave notice in the house that the Temocrats would combine to oppose the method adopted of approving the journal until tbo ba decided by the proper tribunal When tlie resolution pro viding i method of deciding the Worlds fail question came up tellers ivere appointed on the question of consideration This brought ou a long wrangle over the speakers counl of a quorum which did not vota Tho dis pute was ended by the spiaker deciding the point as usual and the resolution was adopt on a full vote After miscellaneous business tho houee adjourned In tho Liiao of Prldou RtiCoriu WASHINGTON CITY Feb senate commit teo on judiciary yesterday author ized a favorable report on the bill intro duced in ths senate by Wilson of Iowa t o establish a prison bureau Tha bill era ates a commissioner ef prisons and makes it his duty to collect the criminal statistics of tho United IStatcs to examine annually the penal institutions of the country and to ascertain their methods of treatment disci pline management systojns of labor cost o support and sanitary to gather information concerning crime and its causes to establish a central office for the identifi catiot of criminals and to attend to such j othsr matters rs may bs referred to him by the attorney general Bills Introduced in tlie House WASHINGTON Crrr Feb the bills inro lured yesterday in tha houseiwere til following Providing for tha appoint oieut of two additional assistant postmaster generals and a general manager of the post uc the Erst two to get 84000 a year and ho latter f reducing the postageon ill socoiidtlas pubiications except daily newspapers to t cent a pound granting pen sions to scouts guides and members of the life saving service proposing a constitu tional aiueiidmeiat chanzuasr the oresidantijU sembly of the League oE American Wheel men bogon their annual meeting hortly be fore noon yesterday ab the Grand Uuion hotel About sixty mouiters were present when tho meeting was called to order James R Dunn of Ohio was elected presi dent and W M Brewster of Missouri treasurer The next annual tournament will be held at Niagara Aug 31 20 and 27 Alabama Iron Tor Pittsburgh SHEFFIELD Ala Feb first ship ASSAULTED AND ROBBED f Frieiiclluss Girl NEW YORK Feb last evenin poiicenicii found a wolldrosswl young woman lying on a stoop in Commerce street New ark apparently drunk and she was taken to police headquorters in a patrol wagon T ere it wns discovered that sha was sick The police surgeon found that sho had cithr taken poison or had been drugged She be came unconscious but after two hours of hard work was revived then said she was Miss Wilholmiua Lestring vis20 years old and that she hai recently arrived from Corlstndt Rcimany Dark Deed in a Dive When she reached Newark in tho after noon she said she had CtJJ in money A this point iu her story sheagain became un conscious and at 12 oclock suu was still it that state A search of her p3rsou revealed the fact that tho was gone Sio i remarkablv handsome It is beiiovod sh arrived in Newark on tho Pennsylvania road was encountered by 11 sharper taken to a dive in tho vicinity of tm place where she was found assaulted robboJ drugged and then turned ANOTHER WHITE CAP INFAMY A Woman Shot ThrougH tlie Boily anil Trolialtly Fatally Wounded FREDERICK Md Feb party of masked meu numbering about thirty rnd posing as White Caps surrounded the housj of Dennis Davis colored at Brook Hill a small village six miles from this city oclock Sunday night and calling for Mrs Rebecca Bruchey a while woman 40 years old who was inside they accused her of un due intimacy with Davis and threatened to kill her She opened the door a little way when a revolver was exploded bjsome one in tho crowd and tho bullet struck tho woman in the left breast below the heart coming out under the right arm Slu was seriously and perhaps fatally wounded None of tho par ties to tho shooting has boon identified nor have the authorities faiken any action Riie laid all Sunday night without tho a physician and until yesterday morning when Dr Haffncr of this city was sum moned WELTED A WIFE WH1PPER A filing of CUvcs a IJrutc a Dose of His Oivii Medicine NEWTOWK Conn Fe Camp bell of this place vas Sunday night flogged by masked men Campbell has been in the habit of beating bis wife an amiable youug woman and has once been confined in jail for thrashing her Sunday afternoon he struck her on the head with a blunt instru ment making a dangerous scalp wound Mrs Campbell fled to a neighbors house where her wounds wero dressed i3nd sho was made comfortable Lato Sunday night four citizens disguised and masked entered camp bells house and dragged him to the street Campbells night shirt was torn off and in a nude condition ho was lashed to a telegraph pole Tho four men then whipped hint with raw hides until ho became unconscious The mans back and limbs were covered with welts He was carried back to his house and placed in boa Recognized Dr Blond DOVER N H Feb What will doubt less prove an important development in tho Sawtelle murder mystery has been furnished It is Always tlio Innocent Spectator PHnADEirmA Feb Treskow Carbon Sunday a mob of Hungar ans and Poles tried to demolish an Italian wording shanty Stones and revolvers wero used by the attacking party and every window in the house was John Basko appeared at tho door of tin chanty and fired several shots into the crowd John Paul an innocent spectator was fatally wounded Basko was arrested Dastardly Work In Iowa EJISLETSBURG la Feb Cul len and Joe Stell wero arrested yesterday jharged with entering the houso of a widow aanied Moore about 12 oclock Saturday night and assaulting hr after which compelled fcer to sit up for the rest of the night in a cold roomwhite they occupied her bed They both waived examination and wero held to awn it the acion of tho grand jury Trying the Chicago Jury Ilrltnrs CHICAGO Feb jury to try the LUiictoJ jury bribori ODonuell and Kava 3ugh was secured in Judge Watermans ourt yesterday afterncior Assistant States Attorney Ncely maJo the opening address Tor the state and tha taking of evidence was Dewenter HATTER THE 6 BEAT DEPEW He Puts Another Feather in His HeadGear GOTHAM UNITED IDS THE BIG PAIR There Wero ISuiglnrs at tlio Party NEW HAVEN Coiri Feb a was in progress last evening at tha house of Mrs H E Benedict 2o 11 Howe street burglars got into tbo secondstory nnd stole worth of diamonds BESTED JAKE KILRAIN A Young at IScv Ortaiis Who May Uo MiiUh NEW OniEAXs iVo JCorbett teacher of tho Olympian club at San Fran cisco boated Jako Kilraia in a sisround contest for a purse of f Li300 at the Southern Athletic club rooms last night Kilrain had agreed to knock Corbett out in six rounds but was outfought at every point Corbett is a giant youngster well educated ambi tious and is regarded iu tho west as the coming worlds champion Ho has never been defeated Kilrain was iu fine trim up to Thursday night but tho death of James at Dallas Tex unmanned him somewhat according to Muldoon JnUus Kilraia says his defeat by Corbett is due to the fact that all infighting was barred Corbett had the longer reach and could tip and get away KiJrain would like to box him ten rounds with fiveounce gloves but would prefer a finish fight with light glove The lliitisli Commons LONDOX Fob tho commons yes terday most of tho day was devoted to party recrimination The Panicllites wanted the government to take s ome action on the Par iiell commission report Tho government said tho only action that would be taken was to thank tha judges and have tho report en tered on thf journat This brought out cheers laughter nnd cries of Oh Oh Chicago May Now Proceed to MassOItfcUng Ilariroiizes Xow York on Compromise Proposed by the ludlscompany pcnsaule Clinuncey tlie Sew Colum Status of the Iiglit from ttio Empire State Standpoint NEW Yonic Feb Cooper Union hall was densely crowded lost night and hundreds of people were unable to gain ad mission Tbo occasion of tho throng was a mass meeting to protest against legislative delay in pasting iho Worlds fair bill Among the prominent on tho plat form wro Wnrner MillerC Depow J II Stalin Joseph C Headrix A U Tenney Jame W Tappen Jolii Foord Mr Starin pivsiilcd nnd culled upon Mr Foord to as secretarv to read a of resolutions rir which set forth that th original lilt sent to Albany was drawn up by both Democrats and Republicans that it was a purely busi ness nonpartisan measure destgnvd fur the benefit of nil the people that this nonpolit ical character of the enterprise must bo maintained or congress will not sanction the selection of New York as the situ for tha fair that the comsiisioii named in tho bill is nonpartisan that tha committees now in charge which have bron criticised as Democratic cease to control the project after tbe commission takes charge and that there is no reason for dragging politicj into the matter iu any way Tho resolutions wero unanimously adaptxxl and tho audi ence gave three cheers Warner Mitlcrs Comlolatioii Hon Warner Miller then made a speech saying ho had thought for thirty yearn tliit he was a Republican but had sud lenly fouud thcit hj re Circled by son i as a Tarn ABBREVIATED TELEGRAMS Sixtylive deaths from suiallpox arc ported in Duval county Texas Gtn Agtr was banqretted by tho O JL P mou at Washington City Monday nigfct Niuo business house were burned at Omr Viis causing a loss of S1SOOO SL SiirHiCv small 1Vur ImrJriKl thousand British cod miners threaten to strike unless their wages are increased 10 per ceut The Ajiploton Wis Eloctrc Street Oir is for salo at 0 per cent of original ccst It has never paid expenses Tho deadlock in the Iowa legislature no of Uvaking day tkcined lo ilocido tho question by lot Tle iv rors of the coat mines at Punx sutnwiuy ia aiv employing Huugnrians uiul Toles to talo th places of the striken In n civil suit roceatly hoard before Jud3 Flicks at O he decided that obtained lorcign courts wpra binlin iu the Lniied President leave Washington tomorrow morainfor 1ittsjurir to attend diunion of ilu frv library pivsontiid city Aidiv Ctinuglo at ilrliv iifttroycd i 1 o ootMinioa iho Kxrr A J hmdwara dealer and lc 1oss fSIliOO Hiehard Uobler a M uana tlio New York police nnjoins Hiring pnst tn tiy ivnd captur ing ttie saarpi ho Imnoo d him ont Mrtifuj Marx in tho liriji of Hart ShaiViivr i Mnrx of Chicjo was oruiglit Ivlwen tho eivator cir iu the factory the and terribly and fatally orulKvl Tho story that tiovoriur and others had orgiinizd n givat land in is iiesiied by tlu jjovirror wLo EHV that tlu1 Icaiiilit of soli a niLiolv the bile oi lie many Democrat Ivciuso Iu was in furor of the Worlds fair bill found consolation in the fact that ho lind been read out of the party in good of C H De pew Elihu Root C II Bliss B V R Cruger and others Applause Mr IVlillor went on to deplore tho cry ol partisanship that had been raised neainst tho bill Ho UliKCJC tlilvi Ito Ji J Then Editor OBrien got tho floor and calletf airthcr said that the committee on Icgisla ment oJ iron from Alabama to Pittsbur was sent from here yesterday It consisted of 5000 tons and went on bargus via the Tennessee and Ohio rivers in tow the Steamer Percy Kelay The freight charge is per lower than the rail rate A contract for another sfllpment of 12000 tons has bien made TheCarnival Kiniff at New Orleans NEW ORLEANS Feb 3 oclock yesterday afternoon his Most Gracious Maj esty Rex disembarked from the royal lleet at the head of Boulevard canal with his gay retinue of courtiers Bind was greeted ipith an ovation from his subjects as he his triumphal tour to the city hall whers the mayor delivered to him the keys of the city Will Quote Bates Only to Chicago NEW YORK Feb a special meet ing of the freiglit committee of the Trunk lines yesterday to take action iu the mat ter of through rates to this northwest wltnch have been suffering oil by reason ofthe cutting of the St Paul and other roads it was decided to withdraw all quotations to the northwest and quote only to Ctieasn Blamarck 6itttag Ont of Harness BlBUS Feb is stated semioS cially that Prince Bismarck intends to re sign all the Prussian ministerial offices held by him retaining only the chancellorship Big MoDtiy for Buck CisciraSATi Feb John E Day cif the Jaw York League base ball club is here negotiating with the catcher Buck Swing who is prominent in the Brotherhood II s reported that a salary of a year with a three years eontiact has been offered as an inducement to Earing to return to the Concluded to Hill JfKW TOBK Feb Young ilens Democratic club last night reconsidered their former indorsement of the Sairton ballot reform bill and indorsed Governor Hills recommemlations om the same subject The debate was ai lively cine A motion entered to reconsider this last action at a Thomas Russell tho bones1 and Maj Saun dersou tho tnmbo of theUlster minstrels SmithBarry charged the Home Rulers with ruining Tipperary which ha said was in a deplorable condition lirazilian Promise anil Perlorniince NEW YORK Feb steamer Fi nance from Brazil which arrived yester day had on board forty Germans and Hun garians who sailed from New York last Mo vembsr to start a colony near Maranham Brazil They are in a wretched condition They say they were promisod houses farms tools and capital but wero given only palm eaf huts in a swamp uncultivated land no tools but were paid 30 milreis a month or each sum not sufficient to buy ood After great suffering they were final y given passage back to New York A HarilHearteil Undertaker CHICAGO Feb as the religious exercises at the funeral of Alfred Larssn of his citv were completed Sunday and tho mourners were preparing to follow the body X the grave the undertaker who had pre pared the remains for interment demanded lis pay The widow was penniless and tho undertaker ordered his carriages etc back o his stable leaving tho corpse in the house raised the and tho funeral was completed yesterday A farm Hands Costly Freak WARWICK N Y Feb John C Woodruff of this town treated some of his live stock yesterday afternoon ivith a coat of crude petroleum to destroy vermin Just after a bull had undergone this treat ment a farm hand touched a lighted mutch to the animals hide The bull made a bee line for the barn and soon the barn and con tents including two fine horses were burned to the ground Two slacks of hay were also consumed The Strike at Suspension Bridge SUSPENSION BRIDGE N Y Feb The strike of New York Central yardmen is about ended The striking brakemen have asked Agent Paddock to tako them back and Paddock has referred the matter to Superintendent Burrows by Mrs Charles Richmond who upon taking up the Boston Sunday paper yesterday morning saw tho picture of Dr Blood who is strongly supposed to have been im plicated in tho taking of Hiram Sawtelle I know that man she said He called here a week ago today It was in tho after noon he asked for a room I told him I had one but when I looked at his face I refused to give him one He had two bundles one done in wiapping paper should say it might have contained clothes thu other done up in newspaper was about the si2c of a mans head I sent the man to Mr Later the picture was shown to Mr D O Hall who recognized it as that of a rna1 who en gaged rooms of him Fnb 10 but did not come back to use thorn Tramps Cause a Fatal Disaster WICHITA Kas Feb engine and bagcags car of the Galveston express plunged through a bridge over Chisholm creek six miles sovith of here at S oclock yesterday morning The passenger coaches left on the brink Roadmaster E Peters of Newton vras killed Engineer Ward and Fireman Smith each had a leg broken the express messenger name no learned both arms broken 3iliss Cain of Udell four ribs broken Josiah Ericsen of Topska arm broken Edward Whitney oi St Lot fractured collar bone and several other passengers suffered from cuts ant brutes The supports of tho bridge had been burned away supposedly by tramps Got Into Trouble Over a Fostofflce Female Seminary Earned ALUUSFA Go Feb ISYesterday morn AuslnrT Tffiti Feb isAt 11 oclock last ins at 4 oclock I mted States Deputy Mar night41sls was here of the banaing shal Corbett of Macon nnd five deputy of a felnllie sejuinary at San Harms tUrty marhols appeared at Sharon Ga and or miles south of here Three of the girls were rests during tha day sjrenieen promhrect seriously burned and thirty othevs only the towu and county charged j escaped bv jumping from the third Fatent Rights 3Ian In Trouble LANCASTER Pa Feb L Lau dis dealer in agricultural implements and patent rights of this city had executions is sued against him yesterday aggregating S3041G The asssts will not cover the lia bilities Indiana b a Ahead SHELBTTTTLLE Ind Feb Van Huskirk Corwin who was divorced at the lost term of court from Joe Corwin her eighth husband was yesterday married to George Cusick Will Pardon Dnc dOrleans PARIS Feb Paris edition The Navr York Herald states that President Cutnot hns decided to pardon the Due il1 Or leans tion was composed of seventeen Republicans and eight Democrats nnd the subcommitteo thereof which drew up the bill was com posed of two ami Root one Whitney so that if the bill a Tammany plot DepW and Root were the traitors Applause Tlie Indispensable Clinmicey Mr Depew then spoke saying that if Columbus had known what trouble this mat ter was going to cause he never would have discovered America Laughter Mr De pew apprecialiod his peril in coming hero to night without receiving permission from tho new guardian of tho republican party of New York state Hon W E Chandler of New Hampshire He went on to say that everybody in St Louis and Chicago Demo crats Republicans Mugwumps Anarchists and Socialists agreed on this one point of wanting the fair It was reserved for New Yorkers to leave Washington and call each other bad names at home Simply Incredible The speaker called off by iiama sixtyfive of the commissioners whom tho Albany bill named and declared that to assert tnat in the administration of a great trust like tho Worlds fair in the spending of the money of tha people of the city of New York and in the management of a capital subscritied by the citizens of this town these gentlemen be untrue to their trust and soil repu tations which have stood both here and all over the country and largely all over the world as synonyms of integrity and hon esty was enough to make a brass monkey get up on his hind legs and laugh his head off Mr liepcws Compromise Plan He then said he had offered a plan by which it was provided that nothing could be done by the Worlds fair commission except by a twothirds vote Senator Hiscock had to the plan and said Depew I went feeling that I was the new Columbus Others however had treated tho compromise with great indignity It was receive said he by Democratic politicians with the de claration that his backbone was made of badly cohesive jelly by independent and mugwump politicians with the declaration owner and the place where his kennul could be found il he was lost strayed or stolen Republican politicians asserted that he had no business as a common soldier in th2 ranks to be intermeddling with thoso raatters which belong exclusively to the leaders of the party a Scoop on Gotham Ur Depew dreaded to have the fair go to the metropolis because it meant a tremendous scoop on New York He said The last canvass made of the house of rep resentatives showed that New York liad 320 votes Chicago 90 St Louis W ashing ton 35 and doubtful 33 The lO Totes of New York are divided pretty equally among Republicans and Democrats The ninety votes of Chicago are largely Rpublican Tho votes from Chicago will stay there as Garga ui llaiian rin out tlo strains of Home ijwiot Komi1 m NW York wica lia iudiknly fell uv r bis Ho dlul iu u few ljiirs tlitt his organ be buried with Ismi Throc wore ivscued ivoenly Irjin tlii isi I f ivm Alcssimlro in tta Pacific ocean where tiuy ha I ipout nearly Cour years They had lived on soaoirds fruit and fish the iattor caught with hoala made of a hairpin and part of tho works of a watch Walter Doehmo iu Chicago Friday by blowing brains out THE MARKETS IJosrl t trlrlr iMlatii follow 1 and luly ojHruI and No Fcirurr vcmtl May lHICAOO 7 a tniny rVlrury opened nwnl and rlsasl ros Corn July oi and loscJ closed Closed JJ75 IJay closed optned and ciosixi Jills OIWHIM March openeil opened ji9i rlosed SV ary ojiene closed Live following were the quota tions at the Union stock yards opened fairly active with prices about 6c lower light urades SIKtfiHO rowch pack ing S3 TftiJSSO mixed lots packing and hhlppins lots GllUe beeves weaker S bulk cows ftockcrs and feed ers 350 cornfed Tcxans wesiorns fciOOM565 1 5390 lambs Produce Elgin fine creameries 2l34J5c dairies finest fresh packing stock 4itf5c fresh per doz ica house Tc Dressed per lb turkeys per lb ducks Sjilfe pr lb geese per tb per bu Beauty of Hobron SiSSSc per bu1 Burbanks per bu Illinois 6vect po tatoes good to Apples Ooodto fancy per bbl Cranber bell and cherries per bBL New York YOBK Feb 17 rel winter SiKe cash do April do Slay do June ttffc mixed cash o April do May 364c lo June 37Hc No 2 mixed 7LHc casli do March April 274c do May RyeDull Bur Nominal mess for new March April 628 Livestock but flrm common to best steors icr 1001 fair bulls Sheep and trifle firmer for good rsiok fchcep lambs live wiith conspiracy and intimidation against E L Duckworth the appointed post mijster at Sharon Tho entire party arrived here last night and will have a hearing be fore the United States comjaissioner Should a Hell for Such Men HASTTSOS Minn Feb Mary Dietzen was shot dead Sunday evening by Louis Sommers The young lady had re i fused to marrv Sommers She was walkics to a gallery from which es caped on ladders Enoraious Icebergs Siglited BOSTOE Feb Cepnalonia at this port yesterday from Liverpool reports that on Feb 13 at a m she passed iceberg IOX feet long ISO feet high The Steamer Lepanto that Feb It she passed an enormous iceberg apparently one eighth of a mils long and J300 feet high long as a vote is taken therefore Nevr York to win must hold the whole of the Repub lican and Democratic strength it now ha and get besides fortyeight more and for this reason he said it was important that the bill should not have a partisan repu tation Tbe Goose Altitodinons at Last Other spaches of similar import followed Finally Mr John F Plumaier appeared en the platform and announced that if Mr Da pews HwotthirdV proposal or compromise was indorsed by tbe nutting Mr Platt would agres to it The question vras put and the proposal heartily 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