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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - February 22, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                15TH YEAE SATUBUAY EVENING FEBRliAltl 22 1890 JOHN ERAYS On the Corsfats CornBr following Standard DINED One Thousand Guests at a Club Banquet NO 256 CHARGED WITH A BIG STEAL Dr Warners Conilinc Tunilem Good Luck Health Nursing Perfection Waist Dr Bulls fCabo Corset Thompsons Glove Fitting Corset Duplex Corsel Dr Wnrners Missus Corset Chi Id re as Joraet SEOEETABY NOBLE SPEAKS FTBST suto Treasurer Said To Short 995OOOO NEW ORLEANS Feb 22 Picayunes Jackson Miss special says that a great sen sation was created in that city yesterday by e retiring state treasurer P S tho lont brands of guaranteed in uar above corsets are ovory partic HIs Subject Being Georfe Washington K llrnco Discusses Southern Question Eloquent Ad dreM of John M Thvirslon on thu Sol dier A Lit tile Incident li the Ohio AntiTrust itesolu tlon lit Des DKTROIT Feb 33 of the Michigan club took place last evening at the Detroit rink which was handsomely decorated in honor the occasion Covers laid for 1000 guests and every tabio was occupied Senator Stockbridge of fj Michigan presided Many large delegations n l fefrtt from various parts of tho state were in at tendant Governor Cyrus Luce in a few suitable words welcomed the guests John W Noble secretary of the interior respond ed to tho toast George Washington Mr Noble spoke ol the effect George Washing tons life and deods upon the present stabili ty and greatness of this republic He com plimented Michigan upon the prominence it has always taken in the affairs of the na tion Bruco on the Southern Questloiii ExSenator Blanche K Bruce who was alloted The Southern Question followed Mr Bruco made an eloquent and fettling ad dress He said tbo freedom and pariiiy of chctions ii the burning question of the hoar nnd roforred to the little influence the ne groes had in cither the federal or state gov ernments notwithstanding thoir numbers and although their votes were legally of tha samo value ns tho whites He advocated national aid to education as the panacea for sou hem outrages He opposed the deporta tion of the negro from tho country by the government as an impracticable project and remarked facetiously that We got along swimmingly when one race owned the other in his accounts Attention was called to the matter in the senate and a committee of in quiry appointed Col Hemingway has been state treasurer for fourteen years The TimesDemocrats special from Jack son gays that exTreasurer Hemingway was examined yesterday by a joint investigating committee of the legislature A member of the committee in an interview last night said the committee would report today BLOWN ITSELF OUT The Oratorical Gale at the Na tional Capitol BEADY TO VOTE Otf A PAIB SITE PROTECTION FOR OFFICIALS The Florida Harder Introduce a Bill TVASHixGTCHf Cm in troduced a bill in the senate yesterday pro viding punishment for thosa who interfere Dne Jay for Iog Rolling One for Rest and Then the Final of posed iaw to Protect United States Offi Commission Ueciision on Party for Defenses and for Mississippi Improvement WASHINGTON CITY Feb n vDn cne committee would report today cro1Tdea house was present yesterday to 1110 annual banquet Meanwhile Hemingway would come before listen to the Worlds fair dabata in tha bouse r took place last evoninz taem with a statement that would tile Kellogg Magnificent Art4 ENTERTAINMENTS Toars of At G A It null Oao Week Commencing1 LADiES ADMISSION FREE fifiintiiul of Intist Fashions in wnteriMlors ilinstlnjr reception ostumcs tna stroot suits wraps uud evening toilets Call finrrmiiIi Faslrnn FoiiTiil froe nnl Imiliscon ilressrutMiUf by Mmc Kolla ir In vrrlo of flic I Delias IYoncli Tnilorni Ojin day anil Eiuir of vroimiinnic every night DOfANS oiFUA HutJSR I WSI rxitAX IHIPRIETOIC I Saturday February 22d WASHINGTONS BIRTHDAY AIR T ELLIS Tht Cflobrnlcil German Biulect Pompdlnn unucr the nmnKgenicnt of F S Procter iu tho Into vvm Carlctjns Musical Comedy Drama entitled CASPER THE Yodler but now that thoy were ou an equal footing the cry was raised that the country was not largo enough for both races He ridiculed tho idea of setting apart a territory to ba exclusively inhabited by the negro Tho 31an Who Wears the Button r i XT nt i it w uicttAia LU uiauuver tn John M IJmrston of Nebraska represent they declaro to be nn oSt T Cr to the welltaown oast The man Who Wears tho Button thnt n with an tin 3iolnl pnlatod ox iirossly for the protluctlou PRESENTS For the Cliililron and Uuttonhoie Dounuets ler the Ljidles nf every performnucc Hear Ellis Solos etc Nenr Sonys JJances Guitar DOLANS OPEHA HOUSE WM OOIAN MASAQEM H KIGEIT ONLY Tuesday Evening Feb 25 Special of the dlstitrulshed Irish Comtliun P JOSEPH Supported by the Tulontcd Youn Leiulint nctress An 1 n carefully selected Dramatic Louipany ia tho Grcit Irish Diiiuiu SHAUN RHUE th Tb9 ttrran to Korrv s with eiqunl succtis Cow anil ACT tIhuoH FIJIU Hnuc ACT Your Lyii AT Qono Swimming ACT Boss Cloarel Awiy w H3 usual 5 50 an 1 75 cents Reserved So secured at Kceslinsrs threo clays In advance D01ANS OPBKA HOUSE VTM MAVAOEH Just One Night WEDNESDAY FEB 26th Alba Heywood The notel Impersonator supported by his ex celient Concert Company In a novel prosrrammeof Costumed Tmpersona Uon Character Songs Solos Duets and Fine Music Sola Band and Qrchesfcrs Hoar AUa Hernnod Iu uis Komikal Komi kal tu3 Iho n ited soloists wit1the compa y Miss Anna Mil lor Dewey Heywood Clint H y ivcvi Mlsg ilie Chcatnan Miss Henrietta Zinmorffiiin Scste Hevwood Miss Gpnieve Stocy Prices i 35 53 cents MONEY TO LOAN On Fara nad City Property or on Personal Security Largf nnd small suras Lone and Inquire at Nelson Mvers SIS Fou th street CHARLES H toast The man Who Wears tho Button Mr Thurston spoko feelingly of the wearers of this honoiable emblem and dwelt at length upon tho sacrifices the button fre quently represented and tho hardships en flurcd in ga ning it Ho spoke of tho might mou who havo worn this same bronze but ton Grant Sherman Sheridan Logan ami 100 moro whoso names are written 01 the title page ot deathless fame Their glo rious victories are known of men the his tory of the country gives them voice the white light of publicity illuminates for every eye but there aore thousands who in an humbler way no less deserve ap plausa AVliut Congress Can Do Mr Thurston paid a marked tribute to Gen Alger in reciting the stay of thu re pulse of 5000 Confederate cavalry by 1000 Uuiou troops at Boonville Mo in Continuing ho said With a Republican congress working undtr business rules presided over by a speaker who cau not ba intimidated by criticism or an noyed bv invectives it ought to be possibla to keep every parity pledge It ought to bapoasi blo to revise the tariff in sucli a way as to pro tect American labor without imposing an un just burden upon any roan who toils It ought to bo possible to complete an honest census and make a fair rtnuportioamcut It oiiKht to bo possible to protect every American citizen iu his right to live to labor and to vote It ouglit to be ossible to srovido for tho helpless anil old for th wlduws anil orpU forthesnffcrintr and woumls uf oven man who wore Hie Union buttons CApplatuouJ Mr Tnurston closer with tho following short peroration God btess the meu who wore 1 ho bnltou Their powder woke the morn o universal freedom ami made tho name Amcrimn first iu all the earth To us their memory ig au in spiration and to the future it is hope DEMOCRATS They Nenrly Submit a Kotlistrictlne KiH to Defeat COLUMBUS OFeb congressional redistriciing bill narrowly escaped tempor ary detent in the house yesterday throug the carelessness of Democratic members Several solous had gone homo to spend Sun day and others were visiting the state inst utions on committee work and so althoug the measure was on the calendar for seconi tho rollcall shoired oniy twenty eight Democrats present to thirtythree Re mblicans Hodge of Cleveland the Repub icon leader saw his chance and moved t jostpone indefinitely Rescued by tlio Speaknr This would ssnd tho bill to tho table from vhich it would require a twothirds vote t take it and as tha Democrats could not ge that vole it would stay there Guier Demo crat wns in the chair All was excitemen on tho Democratic side Then the leaders recovered their senses atul at once resortec to dilatory tactics As tun Republicans were pressing the question Speaker Hysell ran to the desk grasped the gavul and ruled the en tire calendar for tho clay out of order The a motion to adjourn until Monday came from the Democratic sicta and was put snc declared carried probably explain the deficit satisfactorily Think He Can Explain Hemingway was sen last night but de clined to make any statement until the com mittee has reported He said he hoped a full examination would be mada by experts from the beginning of his term of office to the close J J Evans the incoming treasurer states that Mr Hemingway has turned over to him in cash upwards of and in bonds coupons etc and that the settlement is not yet complete It ia generally bslieved that Hemingway will be able to explain everything satisfactorily THAT CORNELL KIDNAPING The Prison of the JFrosIirnan Chaniu Kot Discovered ITHACA N Y Feb The sophomores who kidnaped Chapin president of the fresh man class have eluded all attempts at cap ture Every effort possible has bxn mada by tha freshmen to flnd and rekns2 Cuapiii but so far without success Scouting par ties are out in every direction aud two de tectives have been employed to trace missing youth A report was circulated that Chapin was imprisoned in a certain house in Brockton sis miles south of Ithaca A party of freshmen went there and found four sophomores in the placa They sur rounded the house and demanded to be al lowed to search the premises After an hours parleying permission was granted but the birds had flown carrying their pris oner with them The Faculty on the Hunt The faculty held a special meeting Thurs day night aud decided to use ail possible means to discover tho perpetrators of what age Tho kidnap and every indication is that a dozen sophomores will as President The first speaker was Hooker of Mississiippi who declarod favor the capital asi the most appropriate place to hold the fair Its citizens besides bad thought oE the enter prise first and had organized a board of pro motion four years Mills of Texas Rambles Somewhat In speaking against any fair at all and especially against a fair which should take any government Mills of Taxoii dis cussed nearly every issue that is or has been bsfore tho country for twenty yepjs He paid a tribute to thi nmgniflceic roeperity of the people of this country and said the reason thereof was that the psople were left free to choose their own vocations that there was nothingpaternal about this gov ernment Then he uttered a protest against the encroachments OL the general govern ment and its usurpation of the poivcrs and rights of the states Columbia Knocked Out Then he attached tho very meat of tho pro posed enterprise by declaring that Columbus wasnt as big a inaa as given credit for Ho didnt discover tbii country anyhow Ho bill provides that any one willfully and wrongfully attempting to interfere with or prevent the discharge of the duties of an officer of the United States or conspiring with others to do so or attempting or conspiring ta do bodily barm to an officer on account of the discharge oi his duty shall be guilty of a misdemeanor and shall be fined not more than or imprisoned not more than five year or both Any per son unlawfully assaulting an olEcer in the discharge of his duty or because of the dis charge of bis duty is to be fined not more than or imprisoned not marathon ten years or both Any persori wilfully but not maliciously killing an officer while in the discharge of his duty or when pro ceeding to the discharge of hi duty is to suffer imprisonment for a term not exceed ing ten years Any person wilfully and ma liciously killing an officer is to be adjudged guilty of murder and to suffer death but the jury may find averditof manslaughter A Decision on Party Rates IVASHINGTOS CITY Feb The iuter stato commerce commission has rendered a decision in the complaint against the Bolti more and Ohio railroad for making special rates to theatrical parties at the rate of 2 ceuts per mile which is less than the regular rate for a single person and for selling roundtrip excursion tickets without publicly posting the rares ut which these tickets are soid The commtsion holds thai passenger excursion ratts are required undor tho law to be published that party rats tickets are uot commutation tickets and when party rates are lower tha Dewenter THE HATTER contemporaneous rat33 had gont on a trip to hunt Indians and for single passengers they constitute discrim found them but not in North America ination and nie illegal Therefore the data of the fair was too early MADEITAPICNK Trial of the Crusaders of Spick ardsville Mo GOING TO OOTOT IN GEEAT STYLE A Procenslon Headed ly a Band One ot the Accused Keccivcd as Conquering Heroines with a MassMeeting at tho Opera Home of the tiie Sym pathy on One Side TBBNTOS Ma Fub Sixteen women for Americas Vespuciua did uot discover his country until somo years later The whole thing was a big jpull on the old nud an appropriation IfNew York Cliij one by Cullom to make Lnko Borgne outlet cago or St Louis wanted a fair lot thorn hare it Olid pay frr it The Xlgrger and tho Turin The RepxibUcau party next came in for a blast because it had refused to let the negro iote in the District of Columbia and then that party bad the cheek to ra sa a row be cifcso the southerners wouldnt let Sambo vote down their way The people were al ready taxed to death and now it was withui nnfiprl jn fmtlmv fnr r WILU1I1 wusaders accompanied by 200 inhabitants Would Xot Be Dear at he Price j of Spickardsville left that little town yos Feb Among the terday moruiug at S oclock ou a special bills introduced in the senate yesterday was train for this city whero thj women nvre i ABBREVIATED T ELEGHAM3 Tha cholera is spr ailing in Mesopotamia Gladstone is slightly ill with an attack of cararrh I A colored man has teen nominated for burgess of Pa Farmers of DeWitt covuty 111 arc com plaining that their corn is rotting iu the cribs A disease liku diphther a has broken out at Evansville Wis and foir deaths have oc curred The Rex Heury Duncrn a Baptist minis ter was banged at Ozarc Ala Friday for thij murder of his wife Tho National Mutual Accident association of Indianapolis has boon barred from business in Illinois The number of pupils Illinois school nt present is Kiveu as out of a school population of 1051 0JO to further tax them for the benefit of Adams onco said pack their sachels and somo citJr Ho supposed a fair would be visit their ancestral domain The rival banquets come off to night Tho dtclara that Chapin will bo forced to attend their banquet AN INDIRECT CHALLENGE Prospector a Row Between a Maryland Solon and a Daltimore Sun Man ANNAPOIJS Md Feb bill au thorizing tho Chssapeako and Ohio canal to be leased for ninetynine years to the Wash ington and Cumberland Railroad company which was formed recently for tlia purpose of acquiring the canal was passed iu the house yesterday The Suu has been a vigor ous opponent of this measure declaring it a fraud and gotten up in the interests of the West Virginia Central railway of which Senator Gorman is a large stockholder The Suns criticisms brought Representative Shaw the special champion of tha bill to his feet Thursday with a demand that the paper correct some ot its vigorous statements re ferring to him Instead of doing so The Sun reiterated them yesterday Cliance for a Difficulty Yesterday afternoon Mr Shaw took the floor on a question of personal privilege the joint of which was tbat be did not propose to stand such treatment and that he was ready to settle the matter with The Suns Borraspondent at any tima any place and iu any manner tho latter desired He fur ther stated that if the alleged ofteuse was repeated he would offer n resolution to have Iho correspondent expelled from the floor held but not with his conseut When it camo to voting ha would go for St Louis because ho knew ha could get tho hous3 to agreo to hold it in Texas Then he would vote against auy fair at ali Pensions vs the 1air Morse of Massachusetts also opposed auy fair He said it didnt make any difference where it was hol1 LTaeb Siarn would lmie to improve the low water channel of the lovoi Mississippi river This is the Cowdon bill which has been pending in congress for many years It provides that irhen Cow don shall have opened tho Lase Eorgno out let aud established a low water channel of eight feet between Cairo Jils New Oi lcans he shall bs paid S4000ODO and that he shall receive 82500000 for each addition five years from the time of tho completion of tha nutlet Costs Money to Build Forts WASHINGTON CITY Feb Maes appeared before tiie senate committee on coast defenses yesterday morning and ex plained the necessity for coast defenses and for a gun factory on the Pacific coast The committee has authorized favorabls reports on tho bill pproprang foot part of the bill Thiswas a goon tima gun factory on the to begin economy Rather thau spend 000000 or so for tho fair why not dovota the money to pension dopen lent veteran to pension tho soldiers who the tor tures of the damned in Andersonvilio and other prison pens of the south or to estab lish a postal telegraph J Gibson of Maryland OFerrall of Virginia Houk of Temiesseo and others advocated Washington City Atlvocateb of si Louis Vandover of California aud Wil san pf Missouri and Cariwje talked for St Lotus TKor latter said that city was tho center of population and riicmU be the site But ho waq govenimont appro priation Whatever city got the fair let It pay for tho privilege CVKeal of Indian and Forraan of Illinois a I an went in for St Louis Wlicro Do Soto Ttlissed Zf Hatch said that it was providential that De Soto had been fifty years behind Colum bus If ho hod TONY BUSH Somethln Xew In the Bnctboard Iloe of FirstClass Material which be will icl at a oarjrain Call and examine at shop corner and Filth streets For sale cheap a 34 jich bellows to use S yea rs also Kuril War oil Trusts In Iowa DES MOIRES Iowa Feb The first resolution lookingto legislation to pass tha Iowa senate was one providing for a commit to investigate trusts It gives the commit tee full powers and also provides that Wit nesses shall uot be excused from testifying because they may criminate themselves but agrees that such testimony shall uot be used again it rhe witness It passed 81 to 7 In the house a resolution was adopted di recting tho railway commissioners to sup p y that body with 10000 copies of ths rail way map of the state Some visitingcorn mitteei wore announced offices Oiled and adjournment taken to Feb 27 An Old Heros Death AKKO Okio Feb A peculiar fatality occurred near here yesterday Michael Mc Donough an old man found an iron rail across a railway track in the southern por tion of this eily He was unable to drag the obstruction from tho track before tue en gine of an approaching train struck one end of it with such force that ue was instantly killixl The train did not leave the track An Olcl Laodaiark Destroyed EBIE Pa Feb One of theoldest and most noted hotels between Buffalo and Cleveland the Weigel house at liVeigel town a suburb of Erie has been destroyed LEFT THE PRESBYTERIANS A Clergyman Announces His Reasons for Changing Faith BALTIMORE Feb Rev Dr Thos S Childs of Washington has explained to a correspondent of Tho American of this city why he withdraws from the Presbyte rian church and asks to be received into the Protestant Episcopal church in the diocese of Maryland Dr Childs says There are two tendencies in the Presbyterian one toward disintngration and one toward unity This tendency toward disintegration is that which produces the wide differences of opinion I flnd in the Episcopal churchs doctrinal faith substantial harmony with our own I hold as satisfactory the basis of Christian union proposed by the house of bishops of the American Episcopal church aud revised by the Lambeth conference The first three scriptures the creeds and the hardly cause surious dis cussion among Protestants All accept them We are unable to seewhy there should be any more difficulties with the historic episco pate Calvin admitted it the test historic scholarship of our age admits it OVDonnolls Case with tUe Jury CHICAGO Feb trial of ODoanall the alleged Cronin jury bribert wns resumec in Judge Watermans court yesterday iug The defense wan teclto introduce wit nesses to a conversation between Hoagland and ODonnell last Saturday but the court would not allow it end the defense an nounced their case closed The state in re buttal called a dozen witnesses who testified to Hoaglands good character and reputa tion Arguments by the counsel for the state and the defense were then made and at 6 p m the Jury was instructed by the court and retired to consider tliir verdict The Language Question in OTTAWA Out French lan guage question is at last settled After a sixdays debate the vote was arrived at lost night Tha government was sustained in heir proposal to leave the abolishment of rench in the Northwest to the had discovered tbo Mississippi valley fifty years sooner JTw England and Manhattan Island won cl now bo Indian reservations for sale at per aero York had au option on a and he said all know what an option ou TTal street is I suppose you hava boon there said Spinola No I have not Hatch replied whou tho laughter had subsided and that is thd rea son I am not trying to go thore The Chicago Men Talk a Little Mason of Illinois said when he thought of the many things he had say about Chi cago and the few mincites he had to say it in ho felt lilto tho boy who sat in the middle of a sugar barrel and eiclaimed for a thousand tongues to do this thing justice Ho would like New York people to go to Chicago and see the great shipping of the than the foreign commerco of New a peaceful uavy not war vessels Outhwaite of Ohio said that in ta the voice of his stato legislature he was for Chicago Gear and Kerr of Iowa and Owen of Indiana also spoke for Chicago Plenty of Backing for Gotlinm Lansing Dnnpby Spinoia Farquhar and others spoke for New York They said that city had both site and money that ihe had appropriating 000 for a on the Pacific and a bill appro priating 8123000000 for coast defenses and 83000000 for fortifications on Puget sound AntiMonopoly Againut Postal Telegraph WASHINGTON CITY Fsb A A Karssy of New York chairman of the executive committea of tlu AutiSIonopoly league appeared bjfore tho houss commit tee on postoffices aud post roads yesterday in opposition to the AVanomaker postal tele graph scheme National Banks Authorized WASHINGTON Cmr Feb follow ing named national banks were yesterday authorized to commence business The Citi zensNational bank of Lebanon O capital 850000 the Nitional bank Stone hatn Mass capital Senate Confirmations WAsnixciTOf CrtT Fub the confirmationmade by the senate yesterday were the follomng J B Pood pension agent at Milwaukee Samuel Merrill of In diana consul general ac Calcutta A CORNER FOR LOVE That Is What Mrs McCrea nml Douglass Are Looking For LOSDOV Feb Green and Mrs SuellMcCrea are living in private lodgings here They both look careworn and pale Mr Green said poor dear girl is quite prostrated by todays ows hat bif lgo contributed lias843 for the Ood at to have a preliminary hearing for having j Tlle omeiaj report of t ic relief committee demolished a club room at Spickardsville The citiiens of Trenton had male overy preparation to receive the visitors Three hundred women and as many men formed in line at tho railway station headed by a brass bjmd and when the crusaders alight ed from the train a volley of cheers greeted them The long procession of the crusaders tlmt city for ton City by mado ruui are cxporta for African con sumption every year A large party of pro niucni find friends marched to tho house the which the Trenton people hail to occasion Hung Out Their Itanneis Tuo BpickarJsville visitors carried ban ners on which were inscribed such senti ments as No cub rooms here1 A sober sou Wo protect our and children The will of the majoritv b law Hear the voice of the pcopl Poo pie along the line of the march cheered the crusaders and from appearances it looked as though everybody in town was in sympathy with thorn When tho crusa ders arrived at tha opera boue thoy found tho auditorium filled with many on the outside struggling for admission The crowd was called to order by Rav John Cox of Trenton who offered a prayer for the cmsaders Speeches foliowol and almost every minister m Trentou and Spickards villo of tha good work being done by tho women After tha mmtine adjourned from 8pm yesterday For In lima Lova I0 f 3itri from Spickardsville Michigan Wisconsin an IllinoisFair train Friday to rcpivsn its in the Worlds fair contest Iu an attempt to arrtst a ro lyr namrd Leo White near Allniquiquo N M Thurs day the sherff was mortally woundwl tin i two of his posso were killji Fiiv ddstroed thro biiiiiliijs cc upUxl by as mmy firms at Tole lo O Fiuluy morning at a totiil liss of SloOOUO The Peo ples theatre had a narrow ecip1 Orriu Buchanan delivery clerk at Ab lene Kan under the last administration of the poitoflico and sou ot A G Buchanan was arrested Friday ou the charge 01 rol biug the mails Tue claimmts of the great Peralta lm 1 grant in Arizona have bcim tlecdiU again t ou every poiut by Commissioner Gr ir of the land office Tho claims erabrac 4000 OUO acres of land r iN ClTV Fob JSTlif foilcwilg r indications or thirtyMK I tlr biegrams from New York horrible Tho exposure is But inevitable suggested the reporter Perhaps so but none the less unpleasant replied Mr Green I have cabled to my continued to watch the case VV e have burned our boats now and must make tha best of the situation We have loved each other for years and now nothing shall part us We realize our position thor oughly tut the world is wide and love will find a corner in which to dwell in peace Tiie Company Wants the Earth NASHUA N H Feb Robert Howard of Fall Biver in an address at a massmeeting of striking operatives yoster day said that he had examined the facts 815000000 now where Chicago only had an ancl fouud that the company paid a 9 per alleged 2 per cent on a shadowy cent dividend last year The proposed rs tuat the city which rehabilitated Ltbby j ductiou of wages would enable them to pay prison should not dare to raise her head for I an H Per cent dividend this year The ocal legislature ninetynine They got a majority of The Beport BOSTOS Feb Atchiscn railroad ecember statement shows Gross earnings i26S8TS5 increase net earnings increase For the twelve months ending Dec SI the gross earnings vere increase net arnings SS16SS8J increase tl89358i ReBuilding Houtes Draws Feb persons were rrested at Newbridge County Eildare yes wday while engaged in reerecting other city in the country was proviueinl ia comparison to New York which only was metropolitan nnd that she did not ask a dol lar from the government Caudler the debats with a few words on the general subject To Tote on Monday Now that the two days debate is flmshed the real battle begins On Monday imme diately after the reading of the journal tha decks will bo cleared for action Then the roll will Le called and as each members name is sung out by the reading clerk he will name bis choice for the Worlds fair loca tion Before the first ballot is taken it is likely the anti fair men will move to lav the whole matter on the table How Looks to Chicago Men Chicago men claim lihat it is clear that Chicago has a larger number of votes than auy other city The Case AgainstTnombloy and LnCloche CSICAQO Feb jury in the case of Twombley and LaCloche the engineer aud fireman of the Pock Island train which was entertained at dinner by the local W C T TT organization Marched tho Justice Shop Dinner being over th crowd once more fell in line aud headed by tha baud marchpd to tho justice court of R Spauklin where room had been reserved for tho visit Ing and other ladies Hamilton Ends whose club house had baen demolished by the crusaders was the first witne s culleJ Ho described the at took rnuioon his place and as he told his story several of the cru saders were noticed to smile at his efforts to to makt their offense as black aa possible At 8 oclock last evening court adjourned Bradys testimony net having bum con cluded Made tho Guests of tho Town Although Spickanlsville ii only ten milas from hero the people of this city would not permit the visitors to return home but say they are the guests of the town as Ion as the trial continues which no doubt wilfbb for two or three days The prosecuting at torney Mr Knight made an attemot Thurs day to employ some one to assist him in tho cases but found some difficulty in tloinr so Almost every attorney in the town d jclinKl to act with him whild they have all signi fied their willingness to defend the crusa 1 ers without asking a dollar Sympathy All One Way At Plattsburg last night Rev Bsn Deer Dressed ing of Lmthrop talked to a large crowd at turkeys the court house Doering is one of the cru saders counselors and is one ol the most elo quent speakers in the state The Piattsbur and Lathrop people will hold a massmoet er southerly wl ds big er temporal j re For Upper Local snows follow l by fair we tier wanner southerly winds For Iowa Fair weather In northeast i or ion o 1 snows in southwest portion warmer souther ly winds I MARKETS CIIICAOO SJ Hoini of trilc quotations today raneel ai follows Fcbruu y and closed Mav opoueU closed 9S July opened closed Con No Fe opened an I oscd yM MIJ opvnl closed July 01 cncxl OitsNo a Febrary opened and ljc May opened closed ff Jui cpeueil closeil February openel iloso I SKTli Marih oivneil anil losud S Maj opened loscd LurdFebruary oucnci SJOJ4 closed SlTO r quota arkct radet mixe i ing at Plattsburg this evening when it will be decided whetuer or not the saloons at Cameron and Platsburg shall bo raided Almast everybody sympathizes with th cru iaders and the excitement and enthusiasm over the work is constantly growing All Quiet at Lathrop No arrests have keen made at Lathrop as yet and the marshal of that town threatens to bring suits against saloonmen if they at lempt to molest the women They ore now anxious that a warrant be served as they say thay will then on able to bring out many hings that thej hare so far held back All he surrounding country is offering them Live stockTile foliowitiEiVcre tionsat the Inion stck yiini opened fairly active and stronc Iteht lots S i avy pac iua ami suK lots i3S3ai00 CattleSteady to stro c beeves S cows iltf 3S nk and fe tiers 3SO ah cpStrowr native muttons 350 5Ti bulk i lambs 6 A ro Elgin 7 74 fine creameries aig3 dairtea finest fresh WJ42ii packing stock tSot fresh 13 il3 4c per doz ico house etoc Tc poultryChicken per Ib per Ib duclo s 1 p r i killed saven people by a collision with a pas kind of aid ajrid they will not iack for senger train last September retired to con 4eans to make a fight to a finish sider their verdict late last evening Judge Clifford adjourned the court until mornin TVhy Dirt tiie Young Man Suicide ST PETERSBURG Feb sensation has been created here by the suicide of a son ol Gen DrogoiniroU and there is a strong pub lie demand for an inquiry into the causes aad circumstances of his death The young man was a pupil in the corps des pages Hopes for Abe Lincolns Recovery LOSBOT Feb The operation per Estimates vary as to her j formed upon young Abraham Lincoln son strength on first ballot but 125 is a conserv of the United States minister is pronounced ative figure with 90 for New York and 140 by the physicians to be in eTery respect suc votes for a fair and an tifair divided between cessfnl and there fe now reason to beiiere ashington City and St Louis To win Chicago will need 40 more votes It is by J no means improbable that the balloting will continue two or three days Congress iu Brief ON CITY Feb senate yesterday agreed to tie conference report on toe bill to increase pensions of totally disabled veterans that he will recover Tennyson Seriously 111 I Feb 21 Lord Tennyson is seri sjr ill with influenza Another Russian Slauojarre BELOJUia Feb M Tauchauc The increase is from 350 Ttcl1 minister of tha interior was leaving to 73 per month and applies to thosA pen m3 yesterday he was seriously stoned since 1380 but net allow arrears Troundcd in bead with a stone thrownby in this vicinitv TOKOXTO Oat Feb navigation reopened yesterday morning The Kliooner Speedwell left the Queens wharf for King ston where she is under contract to carry ice to Americsin portsu The total number of men available stat8li A large crowd assembled at scene but were dispersed by the The bill to provide for town site i tion a brstander and then a g bill wer lifforts were he to arrest of pubSe Tha bill last week was intended for hfs brotherwho joarned to Monday is charged with the shooting The latter I boose put would have been married since the shooting if he had not been arrested and it is fr 5 i i J f VLJ ffBsraa mat some castoff inamorata fired the lbeld for consideration ol private pension Paper company doing business in this rftr U0t i hillc nfc tKa 1t Jafl a in tha lay debating t the different oitees claiming tiie I Worlds fair site An Evening session was ol private pension i bffls at the closa of which adjournment WM 1 taken to Tucsdar I An Seat to Prison Feb sentenced or connection with evictions from the Ciangory estate TaUnre of m Paper Company BCFF4LO N T Getsbard Deioit hai made Imnefl if for THE KAISER ASTOUNDED Prince Bismarck Can Now Smile a Ilttle Up His Sleeve LOSDOS Feb result of the Ger man parliamentary elections has astounded the emperor and abundantly justified the opposition of Prince Bismarck to the prac tical app tion of the ideas of state Social ism entertained by his imperial master on the Elections BZBLCT Feb results of Thurs days elections as far as known are as lows 22 Imperials i 10 9 Centrists S3Freis sinigs 11 Socialists 20 Poles 3 Alsatians 10 Democrats 3 Danes 1 Independent Liberal 1 Rebadots will be n cessary w the contests for 92 seats which will ba con tested by 11 Conservatives 13 Imperials 58 NationalLiberals 14 Centrists 36 Frekr sinigs 40 Socialists 2 Guelphs and 9 Demo crats Mr Porter Apoliglzes LOVBOW Feb Rt Hon A M Porter master of the rolls in Ireland whose Fpeech was the cause of a libel suit brought I by Mr Henry Campbell against The Belfast Newii Letter and which was decided in fa vor of the plaintiff baj arologized to 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