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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - February 19, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                LOGANSPOET I If 4 V ILY PHAROS 15TH YEAE WEDNESDAY EVENING FEBRUAiiA 19 JOHN GRAYS On the CorsGts Corner following Standard Dr Warners Coraline Tandem Good Luck HciillSi Iurfeclion Waist Dr Bali a Kaljo Corset Thompsons Glove Kitting Duplex Corset Dr Warnera Misses Corset Children Corset le P S tho rands of in nbove oxcel corsets are ovory pariic The Kellogg Magnificent ENTERTA1NMENTS xlliustrated Tours oF Eurap8 At C A U Hull f KiiiiicncinK CAPITAL IN PERIL Objections to Wanamakers Tel egraph Scheme UNCLE SAM TOO BIG A COMPETITOB Ilia Right to Imperil Millions of Capital Invested by Citizens Antagonized Tilt English Xxtruaition Treaty Ratified A Heavy Bill for The Woman SalTrajflji ts in Council Proceedings In Congress Itongli on a Couple of West Point Cadets WAsmstiTov CITY Feb 19 Postmaster Gneral AVanajnakc and President A B Chandler ot the Telegraph company wore interrogated by tho members of the 1 luso committee on postofflcta and post road yesterday on the subjjct of establish ing n limited post and telegraph service Wanamaker continued the statement begun by him before the committee last week He said that tlio civil servica would control the new establishment and recommended that aome penalty be provided to tho use of tho wiroii for political purposes by officers and employes of tho government and others In answer to questions by members of tho committee hei said he thought tho scheme would work to the benefit of tha telegraph companies by giving them additional work but Ihccompanies differed itli him NJ Combine in Telegraphs Mr outlined tiio purpose of the Istiil tlcjranh Thy relations be tween tlo VoMtxrn Union anfl his company bj stated ere mutually protective but tlKio were nn contract roLitions between tio two itons that nee I have any effect on tiiccoiiii leration of Uij questionat iisu only agreement betvroan the two companies proviijul tlmta reguiar schedule of iiitei I imiitiaiuil position ii U abduction burglary piracy by the laws ot nations revolt or conspiracy to revolt oa the high seas and crimes against the laws of both countries concerning slavery Politw cal criminals are exempted from the pro visions of treatv Rather Hough on Them as It Xs WASHINGTON CITY Feb Tha presi dsnt yesterday commuted the sentencss of military cadets Edmund L Butts and James I L Andrews sentenced by court martial to dismissal from the West Point military academy These cadets were charged with smuggling whisky into their quarters The president mitigates the sentence to the cadets walking one tour of extra duty every Satur day until May 1 confinement to cadet lim its prohibiting them froa graduating with their class and when they do graduate to be placed at the foot of their class ANGBYPEOTE8TS Belligerent Solans in the Ohio Legislature WAELIKE GSJSTBE HOUSE Discussed the Saunders Merrier WASHINGTON CITY Feb At the cab met meeting yesterday the report of Marshal on tho killing in Florida of Doputy Marshal Saunders was read by Attorney General Miller and the subjjct very gen lly discussed Whatever action the gov srnment may take in the matter will be en tirely separate and distinct from any action by the officials of tho state of Florida The Windom Sliver Bill WASHINGTON Crrr Fob pros pects are that ths Windoru silver bill will be shelved by the senate committee so far as The Mew Districts Bind Their Effect on likely Co 1030 His Seat Joseph Cooks Comments on Editor Groiiys Boston i Mormons at Salt take Save a Couple of Elections COJCMBITS O Feb Democratic nambers of tho legislature have at last laited upon a congressional redistricting It givei the Democrats fifteen dis aieti the estimates bein based on tho vote if ISiO amnSSS Tha Cleveland ratkclistritt takes in all the city except tho Nineteenth Twentieth Twentv Brjt and Tirentysaventh wards and is elaimxl to havo 1100 Democratic majority The house of representatives last evening by a strict party vote of 50 to 51 unseated Hon William A Eiair RepiVican of Adams county and gave tho to Hon R H W Peterson Democrat Tho Hipper Hills RaUc a Row Then were exciting and disgraceful scenes its basic principle is cro n tl13 house of representatives last evenin 1 i II Tx Vision waich enables treasnrv to inain aiu the dollar alwayj t 1UO that issues of cerfilicatHS fur bullion tho latter to bo convertible only ino legal vjnrler money nstead of bullion will ho adopted A Ilucu of IWIIMI yivcn points should In Ilia company would bo in a uike u contract were tha bill lluii uf any contract ivith thj uni company ha tinner boon recoiim agent of th coroin tii of recorded indebtedne for yiiz tlio Tinner CJTT ieb FTIIZ Abrdjen lEii fam3 has 1 ior rjpointjnent as special j o collect statistics when the Democrats attempted to pass some of the ripper bills as they are called The nepnljiiiriiu dilatory tactics and Speaker Hysvli nl refused to recog nize ths II pulUcui They became fnnour d itls Ginocrata and llvpub llorins VLT on their feet an 1 many ilxrjt tht Kp liters d si sliakiug thoir nVs lit him Vvbcn ths ipaker orders I them to antl throatcnwl to call tho ser SOUTH DAKOTA DESTITUTION the Facts LAUiEti AiitblON FREE IK street lliiiitiful of latest Paris Fashions ii HiiMinjr rtcrptlon costumes tei wrupa mill evening toiinta Fashion tourriil Iree nm s culling by Mine Kellocic in svftctuot Lidifs French Jijifl Kiitir nipHne evtiy nixiit D OLANS OIfiUA WM DOT I Saturday February 22d WASHINGTONS BIRTHDAY CARLES T ELLIS The Cuiebruteil Gorman Dialect nonindian unler the ninnusrcmeat of F t Procter In the Imp Wm tirlot Ii Miislci Drama vntitlel CASPER The Yofller WiliiiH Hi Special Srenery painted ci prossly for fi prtitlitLtlon PRESENTS Tor the nnrt Buttonhole Bouqucis lov tho Lnlles at every peiforminc2 llfiir Kills New Sonars Qultur Solos etc FINE PERFUMES FOR THE Chandler iidmiitjil that if the postal tele graph fiihaij bpcanie u slow afviee as by Mr AVtinamaker it dnvolop a new character of business His company could not ds the work contom plutod within tho maximum rates fixed by Uiu postmaster gonernld bill The furnish ing by tho government of operators instru Sharks and Othc of tho M KtALO N Y Fob shs ai extract f Courier a private letter to compvl thoai to do so sev crul Republicans dorel him to do if i One Stattisuirtit i Representative Troyr shoutel out tha the 1 ccnlil iick any tvi 1 publicans1 an1 for a time it seamo 1 as if vould break i up in disorder TV bil The mum i bers quieted A GHASTLY PRACTICAL JOKE Purporting To Be a Message from the Fated Steamship Erin SEW YORK Feb purports to be news from the illfate National l steamship Erin has bean received A bottle containing a message ostensibly from tho Erin was picked up at the foot of East Thirtyseventh street yesterday James T Doivd of the Baltimore and Ohio railroad brought the message to Capt Ryan of the Tirentyfirst precinct yesterday afternoon The letter is as follows Steamship Erin burning p m Jan 3 fifty miles east of Barbadoea Island MY DZJLB near you so full ot hope of folding you in my arms Death is coming near me Steamship on which I left New Tork is burning I write this by the light of our funeral pyre Two of our boats lost The decks are full cattle Captain and hvo of crew tossed overboard by mad animals In an hour vrc may all be in the bottom oi the ocean Wo are lost May heaven biive mercy on us The fire beyond control 1 am going tD send thiii sealed in a bottle hop ing and praying some one may find it May God faelp an 1 save us as we cannot help our selves You who may find this wtif from a drowning man I implore you by ell you hold to be sacred use utmost dopatch in for warding it to J On tho other si Jo of the sheet was written ully wife Julia God help her Tho police think that ths letter is tha work of practical joker Proves a Ho a Honx The not in a bottle up yesterday purportiug to have written alwarl the burning Krin olf tho BarbuUws Jan isahjis las scan iC HI off ciabis islaii 1 000 miles from f lio BprbidoDS Dewenter HATTER Snitb Dakota a central ruJicf coinnjicieo calii the distress of South Dakotau farmjra and asing for lie The latter says Djspito the facts stated iu tha circular and I know menta and offices would reduce the expense thom to lue ali tho and power to tho company but ha was not certain that wealth aro to those facts this stouM allow tho business to be done on a states gen profitable basis orally Tha reason for the adoption ot State Street Drug Store A Question of Government Hight His company thinks that the government has no ribt to establish a service that might ruin a company with or 58000000 invested Wonamaker at this point said ho thought there was no greater harm in llo government for the benefit of tho people establishing a business than to have a other people do the same Doesnt Want Government Competition Chandler said that he and his company were very much in sympathy with tho post master general in his dosiro to serve tho pub lic but not to tho sarna extent be causo the postmaster general was a public officer and ho was not His company wanted to favor the interests of the govern ment in every proper way but it did not want to see a government telegraph estab lished that ivould destroy 87000OWor S8OUO 000 which the postal company had invested in their property and make it valueless He did not think tho government had a right to do that and if it had that right be thought it would bd unjust and very unreasonable MRS STANTONS PKEDICTION Woumn To IJo Voting in Ever Within Ten Yenis Feb Itronty socond annual convention of the National American Womans Suffrage rssooiation opened at Lincoln hall yesteruy llrs Kiizabeth Cady Stnnton the prusidenfcalled the convention to order and gave a lour and interesting sketch of tho woman suffrage movement in which she predictol thatwith ten years women would ba voting in every state In tho Union Mrs Stanton at tho conclusion of her address introduced her daughter Mrs Flitih who gave an ac count ol the woman surf movementin England William Indby Voulke of Indi ana followed in a address on crimes against the suffrage generally and earnest and forcibly pleading for suffrage to women Stony Ground In Connecticut At the eve ing session Miss Susan B Anthony presided The hall was well filled with spectators mainly of the weaker sex Urs Isabella Beecher Hooker made a speech and told of tlio difficulties experienced in pushing thcause in Connecticut her native Mrs Mnry Seymour Howe of Al any X V and Mrs Laura A Chant of Sngland also made speeches Tho eonren n then adjourned for the THE CONGRESSIONAL RECORD Nearly StOOOOOOOO Asktl for Pensions Extradition Treaty Ratified WASIIINCTOV CITV Feb senate went into executive session directly after I morningbusiness yesterday When the doors reopened Blair continued his speech on the educational bill stating that lie would oc cupy two more afternoons Another secret session wus then held after which the senate adjourned Among the bills introduced and favorably reported were tho following Pro viding for tho admission of Idaho as a state appropriating 500000 to remove certain obstructions in the Detroit River liiko St Clair foot of Lake Huron innl in rois city iaj plain some of his renjarlrs to Rspnsoutativj appeal seat out by the i Hudson hen the Latter shouted to him to attention to get off the KpuMicaii side of the houso or ho would throw him ont The greatest dis order prevailed until ndjournment and it is expected to be renewed when other ripper bills come up The Feeltnsat Washington City A despatch from Washington City says tho rcdistricting bill liai stirred up much this courso by the bankers lank sharks ant others of that ilk of South Dakota is that they fear that if tho true state of the farm ers is known the consequences will be dis astrous to them These men have even gone to the extent of emissaries iu advance of our representatives who are ap pealing for aid for us denouncing them as Imposters collecting on tlseir own account Carloads of feed have been detained in many depots owing to their representations and we are deprived of tha food clothes and fual we ar3 so much in noscl of Ths letter also says that Governor Mel let to did not exaggerate when he said that thousands were oa tha verge of starvation in Minor county alone and that nineteen coun ties were sadly in ncei of jiid and that South Dakota could not possibly relieve her needy ones Oea Algor nt Baltimore BALTOIOSE Md Feb annual re union of th3 department of Maryland of the O A R was begun hero yesterday The feature of tho occasion was the presence of the commanderinchief Gon H A Algor At the session in the afternoon Gen Algar mado an address which was in line with tha one delivered at Washington Monday night He said the D A R pension committee had concluded to urga tlia dependent pension bill as tho best measure that could ba passed by this congress Ho thought it best that tho G A R do not press the service bill at this time Its passago would be insisted on at n later day An Indiana Assassins Work LEBANOV IncL Feb a prayer meeting Monday night atEclwarcl Randalls five miles south of this city about 8 oclock just as they were singing the closing hymn an unknown assassin shot through the win dow Mrs Randall screamed that she was shot During the excitement that followed the assassin made his escape The ball a 33 caliber went through the stovepipe striking Mrs Randall in the corner of tha eye She is alive but fatally injured No motive is known yet for the crime Three Men Killed by n Troln JOHNSTOWN Pa Feb New York and Chicago limited express last night run ning throtighhera at a fast rate of speed struck and killed a man named Moron of Woodvale n man named Coleman residence unknown supposed to bo Woodvale and fa tally injured a man whoso name is supposed seconcl to bo Welch They were walking on the track when struck feeling on the Republican side of the houso and will undoubtedly servo to stimulate the advocates of the Wickham nntigerrv mandering bill to pusli it through at an early date Naturally tha retirement of Major McKiuloy the chairman of the ways and moans committee and the leader of tho ma jority on thettjor ercites much comment The major owns a farm in Columbiana THZ MISSOURI C3USADEK3 Coiistiihlc lias to iYi What Ho Ciln Get nt Spicltardsville ST JOSEPH Mo Fub Fran ys of Trenton went to Kpiekjrdsvillo yf3 lerJay with a warrant for the arrest of thirteen crusaders Uesaloon there last Frilay nit The people were ivarued of bis coming and t4e train cpon which ho was a p was met at tho station iy 100 ineu When thii consiablo sdightiAl ho was in formed that ho woull not bo allowed to servo any of th3 warrants but if he he ladies would meet at a designated place and hear the warrant read aiul wouid then give o bail for their appear ance but tho men sail they would not allow any of tho women to be taken out of town Hail to Compromise Them The officer haci to agreo to the proposition nnd the women at once assembled in a prom inent bus ness houso and surrounded by SIMONDS JUGGED Alleged Important Arrest in the the Cronin Case LONCrSOUGETFOB MAN COEBALED Mortensen the Express Driver Said tc Have Identified tho Sus 1ect Says the Detectives Arc Testimony In the Jury ISribhig Cast Crahnnis Roll of Cash and flow He Wanted to Use the Same ST Lor is Mo Feb mys terious J B Simonds who pur chased the furuituro for the Carlson cot tage acd employed Morteusen to convey il to the place of Dr Cronins saujhter i under lock and key at the Four Courts A few minutes after IU oclock MoaJay uighl the arrest was made by Detective Frese and Siegler of this city and Detectives Thomas of Ciiicrjo Tho man had been shadowed for a month and his haunts were well kuowc to the officers lie was paiiiularly charmed with poolrooms and night nttjr rght was observed studying the cntriec rU making mental calculations of tho chances of thf thoroughbreds The Iolice Tiike IIIui Iu Monday night he was intently taking in tho board in Tillotions pool room in tha county which is also tho residence of Rpre sontative J D Taylor1 who has announced that he intends to run iu that district which is ctilt Republican McKlnley lor Governor If Maj Kipley should change bis residence to Columbiana countv ant lecido to Loconia a candidate in the aaiv cUslricS Taylor could not help ir and would not sacrifieo himself for ilcKinley In the event of McKinlcys failure to secure a scat in the next congress it is the impression that the Republicans of Ohio will makehim their utaidafdbcarer in tho gubernatorial Tight of 1801 an 1 suc cessful tho friends of tho little Napoleon believo it would assure him the presidential nomination in 1SQ2 REV JOSEPH COOK ON GRADY He Thinks the Editors Sycech nt Roston BOSTON Feb his lecture Mon day night at Trenont Tempio Rev Joseph Cook rnado tho following comments on the speech of Editor Gridy at Boston just be fore his death I think Boston ought not to cheer treason Mr Grady was a man of genius and IID is now in his grave but his principles are not in their graves and there fore I take tho occasion to say that since a southern senator threatened to call the roll of ais slaves on Bunker Hill nothing bus been said much more atrociously insulting to northern sentiment thnn the affirmation of the southern oratfir before his Boston audi ence that even if th nation were to put forth its whole military power the south would yet trample on the newest paragraphs of the constitution That is calling the roil of slaves on the height of the political constitu tion itself and the slaves aro those who cheer such political setiments Tho lown Jeadtock S DES MOIXES Feb Democrats tho house yesterday made a proposition that the question Who shall have the speaker their husbands and others of tho male popuJIerchants Exchange when Detective latiou of the town to the reading of Thomas stepped up bside him and bogan a tha warrant Then the constable drew up a conversation about the relative merits of thu temporary bond which almost the entire ies They talked for a fenminutes and male portion of the town signed The then Mr Simonds wjlke 1 toward tho women are to appear at Trenton on Friday door Thomas nccompaniod him while Frew torn preliminary hearing A special train and Zeiglcr stood across the street Thomas will bo run on that day between the two piloted tho man acrestile street and theu places i here is some expectation that the the three closo 1 in nud Simouds was a prisoner He exhibited great sur or two en li list hail lion Tito fellows ore r at the Opera houo block said Graham were a little short of money just Iron paying attorneys fcs but tile The peculiarity of this cviKiKv which is probably the strongest tlLsiixt has is thnt none of it implicates Kavuivu h and ODosi nell tho two men on trial Grauain who was to havo made the third is now hi Mex ico it is supposed ABBREVIATED TELEGRAMS Couut Andrassy Uu Austrian statesman died Turslay riornin at Pesth Chief Marsh of tin Chicago police force says that bis have arrested at Littl Ark thu man who is supposed tc hue drivu Dr Cronin to his death at the Carlson cottage on the night of May President Harrison hns isad a proetiuni tion ordring the cuttle owivrs to viwati tn Cii rokoi strip by O 1ISOI R 1C 11 Siiitli agent at Natchez of the Corliin Banlnu ronprny of New York has with ii WOof thcou pauys mony A masked miscreant threw vitriol ui Iti face of Miss Emmn chr at Erie Ju Monday i veiling and lion Jiiii Fischer is sriously but not t A young man name Pojlip yirs old wayiaid ami Hev M Wis nan ni r Compton Ky last Whisnuin hail punisucd him when abnv at i Echoi whiih Wlismaii I aching Twenty congressmen will talk for Chicago hen the deb tj on locatiiis Worlujilaii citini s up iu thbouse Ccn Wanjtiuddressi i lrp mass niecS ins C cw York utsliy n favor ol fiv coinage o sivr Th Dcnioinitioaitors of at Liucon Neb Tuesday niloptit re olutions s mpaaiizing with Ihe Faraurs aliiauciu it lign witu thj ruihvuy Vor sao 5i rcres of the eld Bainett farm at Sli JUT acre IJ ncies in the Eastcm1 IVrsale lots in ad with street vark nnd trees on lot jirice from to 000 each on tasy payments For sne I Iesinxble resiliences oa easl ties The secret session ratified Broarivraj I oxtraditiou treaty For sale ilcsiraoe residences on cast I The house appointed March 15 for euloeies North For siaie two desirable residences on rjpcar strce For sale oue desirable residence at 802 Spear For sale one desirable reaidenee on tvest Broadway For side one desirable resMeace on est Chipp wa and Pratt streets xvor saie one desirable lot on Cicott stret front por sale two dcsirab street heap SVantt nud vacant lots on High Xc Broadway and Market streets Wanted ivsiuences and vacant lots on j JlhTOii unii Pratt streets For trade iUv property for farms For trit fanis for city property For trade finns for alt kinds of mer and St Marys river to amend the inter state commerce act so as to prohibit the shipment into prohibition states or terri tories of intoxicants and providing penal on the late WUiiam D Kelley Tho peniaon appropriation bill aggregating was favorably reported In committee of the whole the bill to appoint au assistant secretary of war was debated without ac tion as was the Oklahoma government bill Tho house then adjournad Startling Kainor at the Capital WASHIXOTOV CITV Feb was ejccitement and whispering among certain Jots on Limieu Washington last night due to a rumor that Erminie Thibault alias Miss Louise Barrett companion of C E Silcott late cashier to the scrgeantatarras either is on her way to Washington or lias actually arrived here upou an important mission Last night the police were searchia for her but they had not got on her A more important declaration was that she would soon be followed by Silcott who intended to surrender himself For trade an orange1 grove in Florida For tnide n two seated carriage fi i unrseated liucrsry with top A stork of dry goods worth WOOO to trade for a good farm A brick residence for rent on the The Sew Extradition Treaty CITY Feb British American extradition treaty which the senate ratified yesterday makes applicable to j ths articb of tha extradition treaty eon SouthsiJe us tlie McCaffrey prop i eluded between the CTnited States and Great erty Britain on Aug 9 1843 proviiiiDr for For pirticulara enquire of j artradUyja of parsons charged v ith speciifled tha additionsU crimes of man JYL i counterfeiHue or alteringmaaey j and bringing it into circulation embejale Peasion nnd Real Estate Agent Room j meat larceny receiving stolen property Q Dlnnt fn3 I flwntfl nil threw on a Ilre Cliulcr PtTTSBtJBa Pa Fob A special to The Times fromEverson Pa says An explo sion occurred ia the rolling mill here last night which resulted in the killing of John Coley almost instantly Coley threw cold water on the live cinder of tho furnace Bind tho result was an explosion in which Coley a man named Ryan and several others were injured Dldut OlYer Buck Enough CINCINNATI O 1Vb Tha report that Buck Ewing had bien signed by ths New York baseball club is denied by that gentle man He said to a United Press reporter yesterday afternoon that the deal was off and that he intended to stick to the Brother hood He would not state what amount of money had been offered him to join the League Big Lockout rt TVoburn Mass VVoBURX Mass Feb The members of the Manufacturers association held a meeting Monday night and votd to close all tho leather factories in the association to night and to keep them closed until the dozen of striking blackers at Biggs Cobbs return to work This action means a lock out of about 1500 men if Mrs Blalno an Object of Charity TORE Feb The performance at the Broadway theatre yesterday for the benefit ot Sirs James G Elaine Jr who is 131 and likely to be permanently an invalid netted nearly 84000 The audience was the largest ever known at tho Broadway A Lit tin JBoys Fatal Fall OV O Feb A 4yearold soa of Jacob Schweetzer a traveling salesman of this city fell from a secondstory window tc a stoua walk below a distance of twenty five feet The childs skuU was split the brains protruding in a ghastly m The littb fellow lived over twelve after receiving the injurv The Hull Rongrs OvalAwed OTTAWA Oat Feb Ths evangelist teld their meeting at Hull last night undis tarbed Ths police arrangements were sc complete as tooverawe the disorderly ele ment and though the streets were crowded with an ugly disposed throng and many time rejected After ballots for speaker and caucuses the house adjourned The Republican caucus theu met again and n proposition was adopted which gives the Democrats the speaker the Republicans the speaker protein tho chief clerk and more than half of the other officers with th e first choice of committees and privilege to select five the Democrats to select one nest and then committees to b selected alternately The Democrats will probably accept this to day A Poiiil for the Mormons SALT LAKE CITY T Feb Mormons of this city after tho recent elec tion sued for a writ of mandamus compell ing the issue of certificates of election to So 3 Elliott Block Loeansport ind etc fraud of klltiadi Beriury and tbreats there was no opan attack upon the worshipers their nominees in the Third and Fourth pre on the gronuJ that the candidates should have been voted for by precincts in stoad of by the whole city as was the case Judge Kane yesterday granted the writ which will give the Mormons these two mem bers of the city council Tittsburg and Allegheny Elections PrtTSBtJKG Pa Feb result of th2 municipal elections in Pittsburg and Al legheny City helJ yesterday are as accu rately as can be estimated as follows Pitts I Gourlsy for mayor ma jority about 5000 Republicans gain five members in the city council Allegheny City G Wyman for mayorma jority 1500 Successor Elected PaiULDELFHIA Feb Re publican for congress ia tha Fourth dis trict has from 9000 to 10000 majority Re publican city ticket electKl bv aboat 3500f majoritj Tliose Sliaron Go UalMoieri ACGVSTA Ga Feb seventeen citizns of Suaronarrested and brought here on charges ot interfering with the dis barge of his duties by Duckworth of Sinron wera examined by TTnited States AlejcssJer and bound over in SiXB each to ppcar at the April prosecutor will withdraw his charges Money is being subscribed in both towns for the de fense of tlie woraen DOES UP MCARTHY The Nnjuiareil ill a Lively Fight of Tiven tyElirlit Rounds SAK PRASCISCO Feb 3000 en thusiastic spectators assembled at th a gym nasium ot tho California Athletic club lasi nighi to witness tha battle of the middle weights Jack Dsmpsey and Billy McCarthy TheKportiugconimuuity had Eooked forward to this contest with interest for the past two months and vs he time for the event approached oth pugilistic occurences in lie city Tvcreovtihdiwed Dempsey was iu splendid condition and weighed 147 pounds while McCarthy weighed The men went to work ot p ra From the first round to the twentythird McCarthy though evidently not a match for Jack kept up to his wcrk well g in some good blows a quick turn at the same time rapping Jack on the nose being a feat that ho was cheered for When ho trTod it again however although ho got there1 Jack was on deck and countered nicely his chin After the twentythird round Mc Carthy began to show signs of distress and in tho twentyeighth he went down for good Gladstone and thn EightHour Men LOITDOS Feb Gladstone was waited upon by a deputation of miners yesterday and listened with closo attention to the ad dress of their spokeman In reply he said that they must first consider the question whether workingmsn were not willing to work more than eight hours after which they should ask themselves seriously whether miners were entitled to separate and excep tional treatment He was unable ho said to give any pledges and must be left entirely free to act according to his judgment The OShpnParncll Affair LONDOX Feb OShea has filed a supplementary petition in the matter of his suit against his wife for divorce extend ing the period of her adulterous relation with Parnell In consequence of this the time within which answers may be filed has also beai crendsJ Mr TVontner Capt OSheas solicitor expresses doubt that the trial will tako place before autumn GMhum Had Better Give Up NEW YOHK Ftb Post says ed itorially that if the fair bill ia passed as drawn up giving the commission power to condemn real estate the matter will be taken to the courts and the litigation will probably last until after 1S92 It Saya eminent counsel have already been engaged by certain propertyholders for tha purpose An ExStatesman Assaulted JAMESTOWS X Y Feb gressmau Vf L Sessions was savagely as saulted on the street yesterday afternoon by Frank Griffith a former client who claimed that Mr Sessions had sold him out in a law suit Mr Sessions was badly cut on the head with a loaded cane Griffith was ar restei Bayard Taylors Mother Dead SQCABE Pa Feb Mrs Rebecca Taylor mother of the late distin prise at his arrest and grew palo and ner ous He offered no resistance but walked along quietly to the Four Courts He waj surreptitiously conveyed to Capt Youngs office searched and examined He pave the It is satel it CcvelniJ O thit he vuiil Cvnliiisj body is supposed to hav bee i or nine years is am hibn empty la body Laving been removed a 1 Hidden by tha cri Gon Uiuier hal a upration ir namoctJ B Kelly 44 years nation foiincd on one of hi Lwcll Mass ality Irish business a canvasser Tuesday It was noi of ji seiins naiuiv Tho Prisoner Sullen nnil Suiicy Tho Governor Grays Uio cii k Dulmquc At oclock ycslcrday afternoon Kelly military company a triliini ball al was brought up into tha chiefs ofhVo and that placa Tusa y iiigit toganor with o turned over to the reporters Ho vas sul rcoiptior ii Governor Bole len and insolent refusing to say anything The prs usoiiatioa is ii ES except that ho had no knowledge of tho Cro siou at Jausville with about liity mcinlvr nin casr lam he but have nc part in Irish politics I dont know Bourk or Coughlin or Sullivan Mj name is Kelly and I am from C hieago and you can go tc any more of my his the devil if you want tory Identified by Blortenscu As soon as Thomas had placed his man be hind the bars ho telegraphed Chief Marsh Wo have our man sure send man for identification At oclock last evening Lieut Brcnnan and Mortenseu the expressman who carried the furniture ar rived from Chicago and wcro taken in tow at the railway station by Detective Thomas They were piloted to the Four Courts where Mortensen identified tho prisoner as soon as he set eyes on him A Tallc With the Suspect A reporter was permitted to talk with Kelly last the suspect once havo made a foolish arrest 1 have had nothing at all to do with tha Cronin oreseat The attorney general of Indiana has given au opinion declarig th c hrliour law passed by Ib last ei Uititutioa1 THE MARKETS CHICAGO Feb 18 Hoard of t ratio isolations today ranged as follows X February opcne cloed Mvy ojxjned closed T7f6L Julj opcaciJ HI closed Corn o Fcuruary opened tiosed Jfiiy opened 0jc closed July orcoerf closed SOfic OatsXo 2 February oceiied and closed loJJc May opened and closed Me July opened and closed opened March openeu S97 i loseU opened nnd losed J100X ojienc i S575 closed Live following were the quota lions at the Cnlon stock jards opened weak with prices nBout Oc lower closed fTit 31ay LardFebntary nig t These detectives said liht S38UJJ405 rough packing plunging into the subject at mitoJ lots S38 8305 heavypacktan 1 o 5 i aUd Sblppmz lots and shipping lots OOS4V5 bulk S340a360 cows gg murder and when I get back JS wul show the detectives so in a minute My Westernn 4500 AGO Elgin T fine creameries dairies flnest freeli packing stock name is John B Kelly and I am a book agent The detectives found tho ends of a peculiar story and thought I was connected with the murder They have been follow ing me ever since although it was easy fresh 13 par doz Ice house 7c DrcsseU jiouHrjChkkens 73Se rjer Ib Were you in Chicago at of the to fncy Cronin murder Good to fancy per bbl Cranbcr Yes I arrived in Chicago Feb 15 and aad cherries per left the hitter part of June Do yon know Martin Bourkf i No I do not Neither do I know Cough lin or OSullivan or Betcgs or Kunzc or any of the CiannaGaels Are you or were you a member of the ClaunaGael or Land league or any other No 2 mixed cash dp Mar h TMc do Irish political society April 2rc do Muv Rye0u liar I never was Do you know Alexander Suliivan the lawyer evr fork TOBK 18 2 retl winter MJo cash di liar do June Q4c do Julr bSJic mixed 30e cash o March SSc tin A ril 3053 do Jfa5 OatsDoll mess 51 for nev arrtSteady February S8H Cfl19 Idonot except of r nutation Did you read the proceedings of the Cro Live iitock trading in beeves guished author and traveler Bayard Tay lor died here yesterday in her 90th year after a brief illness Mri Taylor had grown quite feeble physically but she greatly en joyed the society of her many friends German Politics Are lively BEFLIX Feb At Muhlhaasen inSai ony there was a fight at a Socialist election meeting which went so far that the soldiers m5iHc Sheep and nominal und easier were called to restore order were wounded Oh yes I was quite well posted on it and no sales when I left Chicago proceedings for the er Icg per 100 Ibs tradition of Bourk had just begun THE JURY BRIBERS ON TRIAL Johnny Graliam JXud a Big Wad otMoaef for the Bight Man CHICAGO Feb trial of tie Cronin jury bribers was continued yesterday before Judge Waterman After awitness had tes tified to being offered money to get on the jury and acquit tha prisoners or bang the jury Joseph Konen one of the inform ers was put on the stand He testified that Bailiff Hanks had asked him if he wouldnt like to go on the Cronin jury for the in fees and more if he shoud find fcr ac quitteJ Konen thought he would and was accordingly sumzaonel He had told his wife that if any one gave her 41000 she should take it Honks had proposed that The Man Who Dealt With Gralum ErBailiff A L Hanks ths next witness told in detail of his different meetings witb term of tlie federal ciort ia Aagnsta gare bonds and eft for hooia Al Ueirast laper nncd j BEJFJIST Feb Belfast Xews Lstter has been fined for the publica tion of an Orange speech delivered in Dnb iiHL The speech contained tha charge that the Hon Eeury Campbell member of par Thirty persons C raham Graham showed the witness a big j bundle of money end said ie wanted a mac 4 IT x i on th3 Croail1 3UIT for taa defense He 19 n him to TORIC Feb 19The first Pasteur Inj them or give them a year but a disagree in tho opsaedlast ment would do as a last resort Graham j gave Hanks a list of names but as Hanks I was not seat out to summon jurors he gave the list to Bailiff Salomon Subsequently Graham told the witness not to use this list and gave him anew one to give to Salomon Johnny a tittle IUfc night at ITS West Tenth street ander tha presidency of Dr Paul Gibier Beginning to Hang Em in Kentucky PIEEVHLE Ky Feb Mounts was hanged at this place yesterday for par ticipating in the murder of Miss Alafair Me her brother He was cool BAKING Its wperforeaBlletBe proven in millions ot Tha lirfme j homes ror more than quarteroJ a century It iast ust vns introduced in evidence i by tho United Government Eo All but the last of the neven names are supi doned by the of the real park his face declared that the ontiira i gsng force him to engage in ths murder contain Ammonia Ume or Alum Sold unl that PRICE BAKING POWDEKUO money Would Utqrtbcombpg MjWtt QM Yort PnucUeo 8t LM   

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