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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - February 20, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                LOGANSPORT AILY 15TH YEAE PHAROS THUKSLUY EVENJNtf FEBKUAJil 20 1SHII JOHM BRAYS Corner On tho following Standard Corsets Or Coralinc Tandem fjoorl Luck Health Nursing Perfection Waist BtiHs Ivubo Corst Thompsons Glove Fitting Corset Duplex Corset Dr Warners Misses Corset Corset The Civil Service Commission on the Defense S All tho Brands of in above excel coisets are ovury partic vTfcc Kellogg Magnificent Artv ENTERTAJNMENTS lllusfcrafced Tours of Etirapec At A U Ha Ono Wtek miwiiciur Kebruartj SOME SHAEP EEMAEKS EXCHANGED Tlie EdHur TliJiikt Some One Uaa Pro vartciucd mcl So BOPS Inquiry Ortloreii into the Complaint o Western SParmcrs The InterState Commission to Iho Compound rvrd Sfcivs Items WASHINGTON CITY Feb investi gation of the civil service commission by tha select comnittec f the house on reform of the civil service opmedat ihs Capitol last night Civil Service Commissioners Lyman Thompson and Roosevolt wero present Mr Lymau was thj first witness sworn With ref erence to the charges against Campbell hij brcthorinlaw he snid Campbell had been promoted without examination because none was required at that time in the case of those working directly under the commis LADIES ADMISSION FREE HiMMifiif dijiiiy lutest ParN Fashions in illiistiiurreueptinn coBHimun ten viiiis street suits wraps uiv1 ovonlnjt fur Iiialiion Joiirrul anil m ilrens iulliuB by Mmp Kclliai in hIcKff system of LndiiV Ironch open ilay nnd evening tnrir rotfrnnimtcvory night it I OIIllA llDLTSK W5I DOLAX IHOPIiJKTOJI Saturday February 22d A S HI G TO N S Bl H T h I DAY JAR T ELLIS Tho CelcbratoJ Germnn Comfrtian K Procter In tlie line Cadet ms Comedy Drama sinners Examination was required now Mr Campbell had been reprimanded for taking a copy of the questions to be asked candidate which was n serious breach of The questions asked candidates were fitted to ascertain their ft I nogs for the positions they ispired to lluttnii Suys TlieieB a Lie Out Frank liattou editor of Tla Wnsbiagton Post whr was present said ho expected to prove that sonns oC tho statements made by Mr lynmn wvro untrue and in order to piova thin ho vantoJ somtgentlemen viio nro not presinn sviorn U warajreod however to allow Commissioner Roosevelt to he sworn Ho sniil ho bad first lioad I the Campbell a flair through a newspaper in IjSft Commissioner Thompson end himself had investigated Iho matter and had de cided that thcy had no reason or right to re vcisi tio decision of tho previous commis sion Mr JlocBovcii said ho was totally igco runi of tho charges against the present vom rnteion and would liko to bo enlightened pbont them Tbo chairumin said as he un ilirstood it thero were no charges of wrong tmuig except thai of retaining in office an Uiiworthy man Roosevelt Has tho Same Opinion Quite a tiff followed between Mr Roose1 volt anil Hatton in regard to some of the editorials that have appeared in Tho Wash mgton Post Mr Roosevelt demanded t knovr whether Mr Hatton had any evidenc to substantiate the charges reflecting agauis tlio present commission and said that theie charges wero unqualified falsehoods Mr Hatton isaid that ho had seven charges to prefer ngaint tthe presentcommis sion It had not only violated tho spirit but the letter of the civil service law Mr Jyman had been informed of these charges but no action Jiad been taken by tho com mission Commissioner Thompioii was sworn am corroborated tho statement of Mr Roosevel concerning tho charges against Campbell ino committee it the conclusion of Mi Campbells testimony adjournocl subject to tuo call of tho chairman LET lOWAjlEJOICE Her Solons Have at Last Quit Their Fobling rHE DEMOCRATS THE SPEAEEE gallant service in Indian campaigns since 1807 The house in committee then adopted the bilj to appoint an assistant war secretary and reported it to the house Going into committee again the Oklahoma bill was de bated without action nnd after setting apart days for eulogies on deceased members the house adjourned The Freight Kate IntialifJ1 Senator Cnllom says that the proposed in vestigation by his committee will not ba made till after the report of the interstate commerce commission which is to be made under the resolution introduced in the sen ate has been received The senator thinks that the chief trouble with the price of corn is that there is too much corn but if there is any way by which legislation can improve the situation he thinks the interstate com merce commission will flud it out and rec ommend ii to the senate In all probability the interstate commission will go west with in a week or ten days and hold sessions at Omaha Lincoln Sioux City 32en wrestling for tho past four weoks Last NO 254 They Tull la an Attempt at Fiendish 1lot FIEEVILLE Ky Feb the ex ecution of Eldsoa Mounts Monday the offi cers discovered a plot which if successful would have resulted in the escape of the prisoner and the probable death of anum ber of the guards of tie jail Through the Other IMsimted Points Conceded Largely j the jail cook the discovery was to tho Republicans A Compromise That Finally Puts legislature in Condition for Hitch in tlic i Democratic Projrramiiae in Kicking Senators Indiana Troliibii tionistli in Council DES MCIIXES la Feb the Iowa house of representatives succeeded in made The Hatfields had cook to place a drug in the food of tho jail guards the night before the execution The cook was told that the drug given her was mere ly to moke the guards go to sleep Tried It on the Cat She became suspicious and concluded tc try the effects of the preparation on the jail cat The result was the death of the animal and other western points THE WALLS HAVE EARS Senators Troubloil Over the TV ay Secrst Session Talk Is Published CITY Feb the se cret session of the senato yesterday after noon the question of the sjcrecy of the se breaking tho deadlock with which have ln horrible agony She then became alarmed and determined not to put the poison into the food She communicate her in tentions however to the outlaws and they gathered near tho jail to await the signal which would indicate that the guards were sick within Had this wholesale attempt at murder been successful not only the prison ers in the prison would have been killed from CASPER The Yodier With nil tinSperiol ScDiiciv wssly for the proihictlon PRESENTS Tor I he Chiii CB nnd Buttonhole i llic Ladies r every performance Kills ililS CtC Sonjs Dances Unltur FINE PERFUIES FOR THE THE HOG His Adipose TUsno the Subject of An otlor HO LID AYS PARVINS 12th Si roe I Drug Store IllJ FIT sale CO of the old Burnett nt pc aero 9J acies in the seru Fo lots in ad iiiliii with sinel park and trees u ctuU lot price from to For SU 5 ilcsirnlic residences on ent resiliences on east For sale il North street lor ivro disirable resiliences ou enr street For sale ouo desirable residence nt SOJ street i WASHINGTON CITY Feb enemies and friends of compound lard ivoro pres ent in forco butore tlio houseagricultural committed yesturdav debating tha necessi ty taxing and regulating the sale of that product W M Klmball of Boston snid that many of the producers had agreed to meet the public demand and brand their product compound lard but as many engaged in its manufacture refused to do this the ne cessity of legialctiou remained Mr Curtis of Failbank Co Chicago wanted to question Kimliall but was not permitted to He thereupon said ho could show that Kim balls statements had no foundation in fact Hie Proli ts for lard Sinkers Alexander Yedderburn of Virginia strongly urgod Legislation Ho presented a number of granger petitions declaring that wtulo tho manufacturers of compound lard ot for tnirodict year the farmers only got for their Von tributiou to the elements if tlio iaid showing said that the ruauu facturers got 84000noo profit Several oUierii spoke in favor of regulation and that side wtis closed Other Side of Cose George H Webster of Armour Co Chicago then took tho floor Ho said that compound lard was not an adulteration there was nothing unhealthy or harmful in it The industry deserved enconrafremeat from the government because many thou sand persons wero supported by it and be cause the product was healthful andeoononi ical tc tho consumer The lard pad 1 by Armour Co was branded anil labeled m a manner that loft no doubt as to its quality The people did not desire the proposed legis lation The compound lard industry bene fited the people by furnishing them with an economical food product In consequence of this kind of legislation the sales of all Amer ican lard had fallen off in Europe In Prance particularly tho falling off had bean noticeable Somo pure American Jird had been seized in France and taxed at the rate of H cent a on tho ground that it con tained cotton seed oil when iu fact it con tained noue The Hog vs His Grouse Henry C Burtcher representing tho Southern Cotton Seed Oil company made a statement in which he said that the purpose of tiiD Conger bill seemed to be to destroy the compound lanVudustry It was clear that the purpose of tha bill was to benefit the hograising industry at tho expense of an other The bill should it become a law would also tend to injure tho cotton seed raising industry Thero was no question that refined cotton seed oil contained noth ing deleterious to health The committee then adjourned until next Wcdnesdav cret sessions was debated at some length Tuesday Senator Dolph called the attention of the senate to the fact that certain news papers published most elaborate reports of th3 proceedings of the sonata in secret ses lion and that tho press association covered sry fully each evening allthis business rnnsacted behind closad doors during lha afternoon He was in favor of a sweep n investigation Tho matter was JOstponed until yesterday when it vas again discussed Attention was called to the fact that in spite of Uo special injunction of secrecy placed on ha proceedings of Tuesday tho newspaper esterday morning contained the usual full and accurate reports As tho senators would nit place the blame on each other tlio possi bility that reporters obtained access to the galleries during the secret session was dis cussed as was also the possibility that Iho employes of the senate leaked It was pro possd among other things that tho entire senate wing of the Capitol be cleared of all but senators and employes during the secret session 1 Tito IVonian Suffragists WASHINGTONCITY Feb 20 Woman Suffrage convention yesterday at first lis tened to the reading of stato reports The Attitude of This Association Toward Polit ical Parties was then discussed Miss Alico Picklor of South Dakota insisted that wojien should have a hand in the manage ment of all public institutions Short speeches were made by Mrs Fray of Ohio Rev Olympia Brown of Wisconsin Miss Blake and Mrs Root of Michigan night at John T Hamiltin Democrat ron Linn county was elocteJ speaker The tsrins of are us follows Democrats to have the speaker an I second assistant clerk Republicans to Lavs speaker pro tern hief cler3t first assist c erk engrossing jistant postmistress door ceeper sii assctant doorkeepers two janitors side to have paper folder airi four pagen lo have frst cjcicj of stand 1 ing committcoaiind to choose five committees I Democrats to hive second rhoiee an 1 to cnoosc committee the remaining committees to be chrscaalternately Republicans havingfirst the parti 3 choopinj saiil committees to have a majority of one ujim each committee uhiirraan fitlia puty to have the to mme the ihairmaa and membership oi all com ittoos chosdn byit unil special rnuimitto s bo equally divided unloll otherwise agreed cornrattces to have clerks as in tho Twentysecond general assembly division of tlio committees to bo mads by a committee composed of soven mom bera of each party to be chosen by the re fccctive caucuses AVhen the houss convenal in evening scs sion tho first business was tha introduction of n resolution by Luke providing for the election of offlojrs as agioud upon as follows Spaker John T HamilLan of Linnchief clerk H S Wilcox of Polk first assistant dork J A Shelton second assistant clerk W H Robb engrossing clerk Olive Cingerj enrolling clerk Lucy Parsons bill cleric Dewenter THE HATTER family and posso The drus was found to be strychnine The cook was immediately ar rested Tho Fiends Fleo to the Moialmlns All the outlaw gang have flea to the moun tains of VTest Virginia where it is sure dettth for the officers to follow them All the lawless persons responsible for this out rugoous affair ara from West Virginia The sheriff having the necessary papers nri ranged to secure requisitions for the wouldj ba murderers and every effort will bo made to bring them to justice Should they be brought back herd during the present ini lonse excitement every oae of them would bo instantly mobbsJ as tho people are craiacl with indignation I FANTASTIC CAPEE8 Of a LoveMaddened Chicago Swain at this city to irwdui party was esrortea to the Duquesne club The president retired immediately on his arrival ABBhtvArED TELEGRAMS Bass ball at St Augustine Fla Wednes day Chicago 7 St Augustine 0 A MAID WITH AETILLEEY Want n Federal Election Law WASHINGTON CITY Feb were heard yesterday by the house commit res oa elections of president vice president and representatives on the subject of a fed il election law Fourth Auditor Lynch and F II Theet ol Alabama urged the no esstty of such a law as did Edgar Allen and B F McCue of Virginia All the speakers illustrated their arguments with instances of election manipulation Nominator and Confirmed WASHINGTON CITY Feb tho nominations saattothji senateibyi dentyesterday were the following Lovi E Pond pension agent at Milwaukee Fred Babcc ck receiver of public moneys at Des Hoines Supervisors of census Oscar F A very Fourth district Wisconsin L1 Linderman Fifth district The senate confarsnefl H J Smith postmaster at iacine Gone a Visit Fltslmrg WASHINGTON CITV Feb presi ent left the city at 12 oclockyesterclay over he Baltimore mS Ohio railroad for Pitts nurg Pa CongreviJoon Bayno nud Dalzell rofessor Langley Mr Enoch Pratt and Ir Andrew Carnegie accompanierl tho prps dent L Jlartin sergeantatarms S P doorkeeper William Sheldon and other ofiicars During tha rollcall for the election of speaker Austin the first Re publican upon the roll was loudly applauded as he called out Hamiltoa All Republic an who were paired asked that the pairs be declared cff which was granted aud as a result Mr Hamilton reecivod93 votes Tho result when announced wss loudly cheered i Relics of tlie ForiuiMUenilloclt j Mr yaen said thit as tno members of tho present house wore in tho famous deadlock of Means Chantry and Johni son of moved that they be I designated n commit too to escort th speakj ALL GET OFF BUT ONE The Apparent licsult in the Chicago Jury Bribery Case CHICAGO Feb Cronin jury brib ers trial had few features of interest yester iay It locks now however as though the net result will be conviction of one tho informers are given a term in the pen Testimony was offered against ICavauaugh consisting of a state ment he made to the prosecuting attornay when the bribery was first discovered Wanted tho Knco to Have FullPiny In this statement ho snid in effect that his only interest in the matter was to try and Startling lrocct0liiss u Iho Court oi lover Engages n Couple ol SilShootcrs to Ilond in Wild Shot That Hurt Which Indicate a Brain llarily OfT ol Balance CHICAGO Feb Herald has tho following For some days past one of the most exclusive neighborhoods on the north side has been busily discussing under its breath the escapades of n wril1aovrn young man whose faultless attire and generally pleasing manners have rendered him one of the most popular young fellows of his set Tha course of truo lovo did neer run smooth and to this wisdom of the old saw no one is more willing to subscriba than the hero of this brief and more or loss strange tale Tho hero of the story is tbo son of wealthy citizen The young irai is 21 prevent man prejudiced aganst tho years old and one of his fathers tenants is Irish raco from getting on tho jury in the a pretty young woman for whom bos nsveioped ono grand Cronm trial To this end he had made in inirits as to lie views of Hoagland a venire man and as a result of those enquiries had reported to the counsel for tho defense in the Cjonin trial that Hohgland vras all right Kuvanaugh said ho believed that in tba Cro nin case tho Irish nation was on trial He had inquired about another veniremaii and I did not love him His relatives tho y m passion The names of tho parties lo this romance are Ai Gallery and Miss Lizzie Frank Didnt Kun Smoothly To the protestations of love made by tho young man Miss Frank could return but one National I2niiU tUp Iloomovs CLTV Feb First National bank of Fort Pierre S D capital 450000 was yesterday authorized to begin business A MARYLAND DOUBLE TRAGEDY erolect to tho chair This motion was well received by tho house and in a few minutes Speakerelect Hamilton appeared in tlie cen tral aisle flanked by gentlemen desig nated His appearance was tho signal for further uproarious applausewhich increased until the foot of the stairs loading to the speakers d esk was reached Thero tho party was met by Temporary Chairman Botch kiss At this point the assembly burst into ehQBriiigr the Democrats Wilson for Speaker Pro Tein Tho oath was administered tho new speak er made a brief and appropriate address which was loudly and then tho roll was called for tha election of speaker pro torn nnd during it program tlio scenes en acted riming tbo election ot Mr Hamilton weroreiwateJ the Republicans applauding tho Diinocrnis us they voted for Wilson When Mr Wilsons nama was nailed ho nskoil to bi cxouei from voting but in u few wsll uhns woidd presentd to tho speaker an tbouy gnvl Tha roll call I showed every vote as having bien cast for Mr Wilson Busiueds lleguii at A number of resolution of an unimpor tant character wero presented the only ono of signifleaac3 being a concurrent resolution asking the senate to meet the house in joint convention today at 2 p m to count tlw voto for governor and to appoint a commit tee of five on inauguration The probability is that Thursday of next week will be ss Iccted as the day for inducting Governor Boios into office The hoviso then adjourned for the day a Democra Thomas lee Scalds ami Cuts His Wife Fatally niul Tlieii Suicides HYATTSVILLE Md Feb Leo assaulted and fatally injured his wife yesfor the first time in many year terday afternoon at Bladensburg and then committed suicide The couple had been living apart for the past two months Leo went to where his wife was employed yes terday afternoon and besought bar to re reported him all right also Testimony Against j Ed Hoagland then testified that ODonuell j told him that he should get on tho jury and get the boys off ns light as possibie and that if he did so thero was SIQUO for him This closed tho states case and counsel for tho clofecse moved that both defendants bt acquitted on the ground of lack of evidence against them Tho judgo granted the motion as to Kavanaugh but overruled it as to LOOKS LIKE ANOTHER FAKE Failnro tn Identify tlio St touis momls nt Chicago CHICAGO Feb B Kelly who was arrested in St Louis for alleged com plicity in tho murder of Dr Cronin was brought back to Chicago last night and sub mitted to tho tost of identification in the office of Chief of Police Marsh Mrs Conk lin aud Frank Scauiau declared that the voice and gestures of the prisoner were simi lar to those of the maii who called for the doctor and drove him to his death but neither could positively identify him Both thought the prisoner a much older man than the one who drove tho famous white horse Chief Marsh has secured a score of specimens of Kellys handwriting taken from a St Louis hotel register which ho declares re somble closely the handwriting of the myth ical Simouds on the lease for the Clark street fiat and tho receipt book of V H Revell Co heard of his infatuation aud an attempt to lead him out of his difficulty resulted in n quarrel ending with his nngrv departcini from his fathers house Ho straightway proceeded to the house of His hardhearted damsol who it should bo mentioned keeps furnished rooms and renting a room pro ceeded to lay seigo to tho heart of Miss Lizzie at close range But it was no go Miss Frank took his room rent with unfailiug regularity but her heart it wasnt hisn Finally he got temporarily tired and left taking so Miss Frank complained to tho twenty people At Albany Wednesday morning the New Vork assembly adopted the conference re port ou tho Worlds fair bill Armour Co of Chicago said to have purchased 500 acres of salt mine land near Warsaw K Y paying FJOO an acre The speeches wliici Senator Blair made on his educational bill fill sistr seven pages of The Congressional Record thus far It is alleged that tho negroes at Rockv Amount N C incjiiscd at the opposition of the whites to their exodus movement burning buildings by wholesale Mrs Harry Hall wife of a prominent St Louis liquor dealer herself aud baoy Wednesday night The child is dtad and the mother not expecied to Jive Do mestic troubles John Wylie who was moused by Dick Ilancs the Birmingham All wife mur deivr of complicity in the crime was dis Weunestlny no one Iwlieving yarn Hawos told Half a block of buildings at South Am boy N J were burned Wednesday Loss insurance SliWW A Jourstory business block at New Orleans vrnj burned involving a loss of Josph Digirar prominent in the Irish Ilomc Rule ranks of the British parliament died Wednesday in London of heart diseasp He was present in the houso TuesJny night apparently in perfect health While a throng stoop amuud an open grave in Calvary cemetery enYork city Tuesday an I men wero lowering the coffia tlie grave suddenly caved in curryiiiolour mea and coffin down Nobody hurt Samuel Beli the soninlaw of Mrs HCH dail who was E0 mysteriously shot a n prayer mooting in aoua nt Leban on Ind Monday lias Uer arrested as tho miscreant who fired ihesliot Heshotat Mr Randall a few weeks ago Mrs Ran dall is stil alive police a pockctbook of hers containing 133 wo 0 aud 7 years who were She was advised to swear out a warrant for riv fo the affections of a little girl of him which she did Went Wooingwith 1 Howitzor same ago fought with clul s for their sweetheart Sunday at Boston Mass On tf Tuesday morning Gallery having heard tueni Kot a heavy blow on the head wbicli that tho warrant was out for his arrest so him ilia t beJrcv a knife and started out to havo ono rnoro interview witli staljbed his nnUgunist probably fatally the failobject of his passion aud in order I Charles F Vail of St Louis is in juil that ho might discuss the subject with pro priety and becoming dignity placed in his a charge of murdering his wifo in ordr to get her life insurance of which there is 82D pocket a large revolver Mounting the step of it being acilent insurance of Miss Franks house ho rang tho bell and his wife as ha says by accMoir the door was promptly opened by tho lady day and now those who know hm BERRY R SULGROVE DYING Tho Veteran Indiana Journalist Hope lessly 111 ol Pneumonia IKDIAKAPOUS Ind Feb R i Sulgroro tbo wellknown veteran journal 3n at tho Democratic ist this city is of Pneumonia He 51 enconrafreroeat turn to him She refused whereupon Lee picked up a pot of boiling water aud scald ed her badly Then ho gashed her throat with a knifo inflicting what will probably prove fatal injuries Immediately after ward Leo cut his own throat from car to ear The Wisconsin Editors JAXESVIILE Wis Feb 100 Wisconsin publishers and editors were pres ent yesterday morning when the State Press association aas called to order in the com modious quarters of the Business Mens asso ciation The wives of many of this newspa per men were also in attendance Among the speakers were Governor Hoard George W Peck and Opie Read tha latter of whom kept the audience iu a roar The priucipal address was delivered by James W Scott of The Chicago Herald on Why the Country Newapaper Man Succeeds in the City Mr Scotts address was frequently cheered A Cornell College ITHACA Y Feb president of Cornells freshman class was kidnapped by A Gerrymander in Danger COLTJlTBtS O Feb measure decided upon at tlio Democratic caucus was introduced in the houso yester day but serious obstacles have arisen which may defeat it or compel its amendment in important feature Senator Brown of Cincinnati in au interview yesterday said he would usvcr vote for the biil until his po litical brethren agree to repeal tho Owen Sunday lavr and Senator Soncrant of San dusky will not vote for it because it leaves his city and Toledo in tho same district Quo Democratic opponent will defeat the meas ure The President and the Clnl WASHINGTON Cnv Feb a written by tho presidant to Hon letter J M Tuurston president of ths Republican Club league Mr Harrison expresses his regret that it will b3 impossible for him to accept been continuously in tho profession in this city sinca 1800 for many years being managing editor of The Journal but for the past fifteen years upon tbo staff of The Keivs Ho was an intimate friend of Governor Oli ver P Morton nnd went with him to Europe in letters from tho Continent form ing a very interesting feature of Tho Jour nal tor a long time Somnambulism Didnt Go MAUQUFTTE Mich Feb Mc Donald was convicted ot the murder of Mol lio Beveridgo yesterday and at once sen tenced for life Ho displayed no emotion His crime was the attempted killing of five persons near Matchwood Ontonagon county in last Sirs Beveridge was killed Mrs Redpatch badly wounded and Dunk the invitation toattnd tuo national con Beveridge slightJy hurt His defense lor ssk ero residence ou on west Broadway For suit ouu desirable residence west Obippewn nnl Pratt streets For sale ono desirable lot on Cicott front For salo two dcirnblc lots on Linden Tiit cheap Wanted rcsiiUnics and vacant lots on igli North liialwny Market roots Wanted residences and vacant Jols on hippewii MLmi siuti Pratt streets For trade property for farms bVr iraiio furras for city property For trade furms for all kinds of mer FREIGHT RATES IN THE WEST For trade an oraugo grove in Florida For lule n seated carriage for a no seated bupiry with top A stock of dry cooils worth So000 to for a gocul farm A brick residence for rent on Ihc outSisido known 113 the McCaffrey prop nr particulars enquire of M An Investigation To Be Made by the Sen ate Commerce Committee WAsnrxoTOjj Crrv Feb re ported to the senate yesterday a resolution from the commerce committee which was agnaxl to reciting the allegations that ex oissive freight rates prevent tho farmers of the west from marketing their corn etc directing the committee to make an investi gation to ascertain whether the interstate law has anything to do with tha trouble i Blair from the pension committee report ed ti hill to pension armv nurses who are selfdependent at Si2 per month BUls were introduced to make good losses of postmas ters prior to aud since March 17 1S67 canseij by rlief t or fire the postmaster not being to blame Pasco addressed the ia explanation of tho rnurdor of Deputy United States Marshal Snunders in Florida Bills were passed appropriating SIOOOIX each for public buildings at Fort la and Lansing Mich A bill tabiahing a cunorns district in the two fcotoi was passed Blair then continued hi a party of sophomores Tuesday eveniugand his preseni whereabouts have not been dis covered by his classmates The sophomores some time ago arranged to hold their an nual ciass banquet at Auburn nest Friday night It fcaked out Tuesday that the fresh men wouia hold their banquet at Ithaca on the same evening In order to embarrass the freshmen the sophomores determined to capture thsir presiding officer and hide him away until attar the banqueting night Tlie Wiiloiv alcCren and Greeu SOUTHAMPTON Feb McCrea Green and her husband arrived here yester day on the Lain To passengers on tho steamer they admitted their marriage and they occupied the same stateroom ou the voyage across Green says bo will make a statement when ho gets time to consider the situation vention at Xashrille ilaich 4 He declares the league an important factor in political work especially as it interests young men in public affairs Such organizations he says are wholesome and Ucsirabb not only from a partisan but a public standpoint Watterson Not a Prophet MILWAUKEE WU Feb Wat terson was besieged by reporters and politi yesterday who asked for a prediction for 1S92 Mr TVatterson wss not prophesy ing He suid how ver that Cleveland and Hill were out of the way of the lightning Palmer Abbett and Campbell were possibU ities But it was evident that he had not made up Ms mind as to who was the coming man or if he had hs was not in the humor to unbosom himself Won the WingShot Championship j LAFATETTE Ind Feb T i Beck of Indianapolis yesterday won the American field championship wingshot cup 1 dsfeatiug Fred JErb of this city who won the cup from J W Budd of Iowa The i Indiana Prohibitionists IsDiAXjiOLis Feb Prohibition ists who have gathered hera for their state convention held a mass meeting last night which was addressed by Mrs Clara Huff man of Missouri The convention met this morning with a large representation from all over the state e Kaiser Student of trnbor x Feb The Telegraphs Berlin ays that the emperor has As soon as he was convinced mediately after tie contest Erb challenged Beck for another match for the cup somnambulism He claimed that he was asleep when he did the killing Outraged by a Negro KAOXVJLLE Tenn Feb aft ernoon Jaks Staples a negro who has been working for a farmer named Rufe Lewis Station twelve miles north of this city took advantage of the husbands absence and attacked Mrs Lewis in a crim inal manner After a desperate struggle the fiend accomplished his purpose Staples fled but was pursued by infuriated men and women He was captured and will proba bly be lynebed Cannot Convict the Conductor CHICAGO Feb afternoon during thoproceedings in the TwomblyLa ClocheBuford case the crew of the Island freight train on trial for the killing seven persons in a railroad collision Assist ant States Attorney Elliott announced that he would enter a nolle prosequi in the cases against Conductor Charles L Buford as be was convmoid thoro was not evidence against him sufficient to convict A Blizxard Howling Oat West I MIXXEAPOUS Minn 20The Trib unes specials from all parts of the north west say that a howling blizsard is raging and that lie thermometer is fast frilling At Ashlcrad Wis a heavy snow storm is being drifted by a terrific wind and in near ly all parts of northern Minnesota and Iowa a fierce blizmrd is racing The thermome ter in thfe cil herself who in a jaunty dusting cap and remember a number of times when his at large apron looked more charmingly domes lioils indicated that he wanted her to die b tic and beautiful than ever Pointing the revolver at tho affrighted girl Gallerysaid Go back into Iho parlor and go quick Frightened nearly out of her senses Miss Frank obeyed the summons nud the youn man followed closely ibehind her carrying tbs revolver in his hand The Gun Brought into Action A violent scene renew ing his vows of affection and urging her to reconsider her determination She had but one answer to make him and although it had become threadbare by frequent repeti tion she gave it to him did not love him and would not marry him She turned to leave the room and as she didso THE MARKETS Cnicvoo Feb jf Ikiin of trio quotations today at follows Fcbruay opened nnd cloed TS4 Slav opened closed July opened 78J4 closed Corn Sic closed 314c OatsNo opened and WJjjc May opened 20Uc closed ilfcj Jul opened aud closed ale opened closed March openw and losed S7 i May opened SlOiO losed oiwnel closed Live following lots 0 havy pae inc ami ubinpin lots bwres S fl bulk S3Grra400 aud mixed so m Sh C im was remarkably bad for tho bullet crashed through the floor into tho kitchen beneath frightening tho cook The shot at tracted an officers attention and he collared young Gallery who admitted firing But after a short conference he was advised to go home Goes on the WarPath Again But the young man was not in a mood for going home and after the guardian of the peace had disappeared he turned into a little court at the side of the house and tried to make his way back again through the rear door but it was locked and after vainly tugging and pushing for a time he took his departure But he was by no means through iscousin beil and cherries per yet That same evening ho camo tramping down Chestnut street this time with two New Torlt Feb 13 cash do Produce Elgin H 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Gallery has lost his mental equi poise Von Ahe Eayinj Base Ball Clubs Siora CITT la Feb proprietor of the Sioux City franchise in the Western Base Ball association yesterday received from President Von der Ate of the St Ixiuis i Browns an offer of S75vO for the club aad franchise This is the isecond offer Von der Ahe has made recently The Sioux club as it has been maiJo up for the sesison is one of the strongest in tha Western assoI elation bat it is already short aad unless that sum is promptly subscribed by j the citizens Vernier Aloes offer may be aci cepted The President at Pittsburg PrrrsBUBG Feb 20 President Harrison and party arrived in the city at 11 oclock night A committee from the Doqt rank 09 fq conference durinz the daw I Jonng girl was crushed dwellings routed Its superior exueilcnre proven m of homes for more than a quarter of aceoturr It nwel by the United States Government En the greet were consumed Loss not estt AiuiT Carnegies Edgar i hi oou PB1CEBAK1KG PUWDEB OO 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