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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - February 24, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                LOGANSPORT i f DAILY PHAROS 15TM YEAE MONDAY EVENING FEBRUARY 24 1890 JOHN BRAYS On tho Corsets Corner following Standard HAVOC LET LOOSE A Mate to the Terrible Johnst town Deluge Warners Curuliae Tandem Good Luck Health Xursing Perfection Waist Or Balis Jiubo Corsit Thompsons Glove Fitting Corset Duplex Corsst Dr Misses Corset Corset CALAMITY HAN ARIZONA VALLEY P tho leiL brands of in ular above excel oorsets are every parUc Kellogg Beautiful Illustrated Tours if Europi Knllro Change Program Forty riv9 Reported Lost and MlUioni of Dollars in Property other Case of Trusting to a Weak Dam Valley Swept by n WaterWall Fifty Feet Constructed tho Dam Succamos to the Weight Be hind It and DtiHth and DestructionWoirk Tlieir Particulars of a Probably Frightful Disaster DEXVEU Colo Feb A Prescott A T special says that on Saturday night about 8 oclock a courier arrived there from Wal nut Grove A T bringing ti dispatch an nouncing that the largo storage dam bullt across Hassayampa river two years ago by Tiir NuOns ty Special Request i tno Walnut Water Storage company uta cost Til niSDA Y FRIDAY SATiKT A V of hundreds of thousands of dollars had Feb 27 2S tld March 1 at A R way Saturday morning causing a loss of f rty or fifty lives and the destruction of a groat amount of property Tha cour ier left immediately after daylight and i culd give but little particulars further tunn I to report the number missing Five bodies ies hud been recovered and identi fled when he left The distance to the storage dam Iroui Prescott by the short est route is forty miles while the service dam where the employes were located was fifteen rnilos further down stream Imme diately on rccjipt of news hero Adjt Ctea ONeil started for the scone of disaster with two surgeons to assist the wants of the suf ferers and superintend burial of the dead A representative of The Journal Miner a local paper accompanied the party and will send courier with particulars but it will Lake twentyfour hours to make the round trip Saturdays courier cama from tho lower dam and as tbo road does not come by the upper dam it In only surmised that it hiid given away on account tho immense quau tity of water A more hopeful feeling er ists now Kellys School foe Ladies FllMNCn I Undoubtodiy Cone A later special from Prescott says Arthur Allen formerly interested in tha ea torprlso and John McDonald an owner of Blue Dick inino havo jiuit returned from tho Doesoris divide fourteen miles south of the town from where a view of the dam could by had and report that it lias gone without u djubt The wash water way could bo plainly seen with their powerful glasses high up OH tho siide of the cliff while the break in the sbono work of the dam was aluo plainly soon Tho break in tbe dam slopad to the eastward leaving the impression that the main bruak was on the east side There Tuesday Kyenina Feb 25 can be no yst of the loss ot life and J property but the latter will reach into the millions and tho loss oflife no doubt will families are living near canons The conBrma ortiiovvylvy a i i A U llnll Tho only MKtetn or ttliif taiwht in Amoriua tlia Uorth ronch fcVo it Hack Sleeves liiMlrt4 nltli lit llllcnitlon you jmy nothing for fytem nut you cm uny icinyt yci war with i0 limited WatiMMl H ami Journal free FaUL D jAXS OIKiiA IIOUSH VFM MASAJKIt NT siciir osrY f tho tlistUfiiliiiuil Irish Turned iun TnCnniT msm JUbhrN MURPHY 1 has height 11 if TuliMitel Vo Belle Arlicarorily sslccteil Dramatic 1ompnnv in Irish Drama SHAUN RHUE jaipanloii Iriaia to Kerry Oow mid raoetlnjf with siiceom Ac I From lloniu AIT Your Lease AiT 111Theyre OonoSirlimimfr At I riie BOJCS Clonroil Atrajr Prkcs as usual iw ami Ti cents Reserved can be scmrcil at three rtdy in ntlvuncc ba great as many reamsm narrow tbe bis has heightened tho excitement and more definite news is now anxiously awaited Fears for Wickenlrarg It is feared that many lives have been lout at Wickenburg thirty miles below the dam on the same stream Thara ia no telegraphic communication however and the excite ment at Prescott md other places is intense Tho service dam tha company located Hftoen miles belovir the reservoir md fifteen miles of flume just approaching completion were also swept nwav Thirteen Known Victims Of thoso known to be drowned the follow ing is a list J Haines Mrs J Humes four ohUdreu of Mr and Mrs Haines H Boone two daughters of H Boono John Hilby Jv 38ph Beyiiolds Mrs McCarthy and I Mc Millan the company had spent over on tho enterprise of storing water tho oxpensivo works wore svrept away like so much chair and nothing in tbo course of I the torrent offered 211010 than momentary DOlANS OlEUA HOUSE VANMOEIi Jul Uuo WEDNESDAY FEB 26th Alba Heywood The noted Impersonator supported by his ex cellent Concert Company In t novel irnvrrummoor Costumed Impersona tion Sunns Solos Ducts ami Fine Music Solo Band and Orchesfcis in liis Kuiniktil Komi Tb iiotcil soloists wltb tlie iompuny An nu Miller Uewcv lleywood flint H y Missgiilio Cncatnaii Henrietta Soaio llcyvvcocl Mias Jftiteve MulV Prices 25 c atil TJ centa ou cast HGAL ESTATE For sale t0 acres of the olil Burnett finn al per iicrc 9J norcs in the KastoniV For lots in ad ilitinu with street private park and trees on cavli lot jsrict1 from to cioli ou easy payments For sale ti desinible residences on cast Broulwuy Forsiilc residences North street For two desirable residences on Spear street For sale one desirable residence at SOi street Fr ssle one desirable residence wrt Broadway For one desirable residence Chippewa and Pratt streets For sale one desirable lot on Cicott Mreet 103 front snle 1 wo desirable lots on Linden Jlveet cheap Wanted residences and vacant lots on High North Broadway and Mnrkel streets Wanted residences and vacant lots on Ciiipewn Miami nnd Pratt streets For trade city property for farms For tridt1 farina forcilv properlv For traiie for aUkinds of mer For trade an orange itrovc in Florida For trade a two seated carriage for a seated buggy with top A stock of dry goods worlh to irrtie for a good farm A brick residence for rent on the known as the McCaffrey prop Tur particulars enquire of M GORDON Pensioa and Heal Estate Agent Room 8 Elliott Block Logansport Ind resistance the Calamity The courier who brought the news to Prescott said that tho first intimation of ttie appalling disaster was a sound resembling thunder and at tho same instant a perpen dicular wall of water fully fifty feet high camo rushing down tho narrow valley with almost incredible speeiL Fortunately there were but comparatively few people living near the bottom of tho hillsides and of these ft largo number were warned by the awful sound and escaped to higher ground Dcrttruetioii of tliti Dnm Tho ruined dam is cut from the top almost to the bottom as though a section had been sawed out and the water above is only a few feet deep Heavy rains have fallen forseveral days and Friday night it was apparent that the water in the lake was approaching the danger line Tho rain continued through out the night and early Saturday morning tho water roso to tlie top of tho dam and cut a sinull passage near the center which rapidly widened uud deepened as tho water poured over it until iu less than twenty minutes the little stream had become a roar ing cataract IllFnted Confidence Tbe dam which held tho waters back was 1 10 feet long at tbe base and 400 feet nt the top and was 1 10 foot tliick at the base and 10 feet at the top forming a lake three miles in length by threofourths of a mile wide and 110 feet deep Lieut Brodie iu chorga of he work was absent at Phoenix superin tending the shipment of machinery to tho works and was saved Not Che slightest Joubt had been entertained of the safety of the dam and numerous houses had been greeted by minors at us places along the xmrse ot tho Phase were uplifted by the raging waters as though they had been corks and tloatad down stream until they were dashed to pieces Moro Criminal XcEjligence SAV FRANCISCO Feb Luther Wagner yesterday gave some details of the construc tion of the great storage dum across Has soyampa river which show that this dis aster like that at Johustown was accord lug to him due to carelessness and meanness of the Hew York corporation that built it Wagner was called in to report on the dam ibout a year and a half ago It was to have beoa faced with stone f feet thick at the base and four feet at the top and filled with loose rock and made water tight with svoodeu sheathing It was about half done when Wagner inspected it and he found the itone had been ailed in carelessly and was kigh in the centre makinj the structure instabla Tha junction of shfiathing and bed rock was intended to be sjcured by thick layers of Portland cement but this work was not well done because of tha cost of get iing cement to the works Thus a danger jus crevice was formed a the base of the lam and leakage was heavy being 141 aiches wita seventy feet of water hi the dam The lumber used was also full of knotholes Wagner advised the discharge of contrac tors and engineers as he regarded them aa Hortbloss but this was not done The com pany however acting on his advice cut TWENTYFIVE MEN CAUGHT By a Boiler Explosion Resulting Lu Probable Death of Tive OMAHA Neb Feb morning an explosion occurred at the ArmourCudahy packing house at South Omaha which re sulted in the instant death of one man tha subsequent death of another and may be followed by the death of others The ex plosion occnrred in the boiler room of tha old packing house tho outside boiler of a battery of nine bursting tearing great holes in the walls ot the machinery department adjoining and setting the building on fire Beneath the iuins perhaps twentyfive men lay wounded Recovering the Dead ana Injured The tiro department soon quelled the flames and a large force of men went to work rescuing the living and taking out tha dead of wliocn ths following is a list Jack Tigh head firemen instantly Mlled Hans Olesen coal wheeler died from inhaling hot air Sam Gibson burned about the head and face probably fatally Ed Miskel taken from the ruins with a fractured skull and severely burned injuries probably fatal James Black severely burned end his skuE fractured will probably die James Sher idan badly scalded about the head and neck Al Harder scalded and burned in juries not regarded as serious James Mc juire severely burned about head and aands George J Meahan burned about the head and eyes J Lanahan not found and believed to be dead and lying be neath tbo ruins Miko Harrahan badly burned about tho head and hands James Armstrong burned badly about tho head 3tharmen injured Billy Dunldin John Peterson and Dan Harland Many others were slightly injured Many larrowly escaped from tho falling walls Two Ladies Killed in a Runaway ELIZABETH N J Feb teamdraw ug a carriage containing three ladies ran way on the boulevard between this city and Newark Saturday evening Tho occn jants of the vehicle becoming frightened jumped cut Miss Mary Ellen Tyler aged JO uf 370 Suinner avenue Newark was in killed Miss Carrie E Tyler aged 0 sustained injuries from which she died wo hours later Miss Ella Tyler aged 10 fas badly hurt Theadies wera sisters and Mongod to one of tho leading families of rowark Jutal Fire on a Caiialboat KEW YOBK Feb Fire in the cabin of the canal boat A C Chandler lying at the foot of West Sixtyfirst street late Satur day night severely burned five persons one of whom died Tho youngest child of Capt Daily died yesterday Mrs Daily made he roic efforts to save her children and re caivetl severe burns A lamp exploded while the family were asleep NO BEST ON SUNDAY Worlds Fair Boomers Keep Up SO 257 the Contest LOGSOLLING FOE THE LOCATION Tiro Men Fatally Injured ERIE Pa Feb John Djghtoii of Sharon and Martin Salisbury of this city were fatally injured last night by an engine on the Lako Shore railroad which backed down upon thorn in the darkness TH E DEVILS DREAM FOR A DIRGE Sensational Sniciclo of a Ringer of Chimes at Wlclisvlllc Nell KEARNEY Neb Feb remarkable suicide is reported from Wicksville seventy five miles northwest of here IVlcksvillo which is a town of about 000 population has a church with a set of chimes in the steeple A young Englishmen named John Hicks Dawson was sexton of the church and played on the chimes About six weeks ago he Lad a severe attack of the grip Ho re covered sufficiently to go to work again but ias acted rather strangely ond has seemed very despondent Yesterday morning in the uiidst of tho service tho congregation was startled upon hearing tho lively strains of the Devils Dream rattled oft in tlie iteeple followed by a heavy and Daw son was found lying on the ground groaning was carried into the church but Jioil in a few moments He had only been in this country a short time EXPRESS THIEF WALTON CAPTURED PinUertons Take Him In at St Johns The Rival Cities Putting In Their Time Where It Will Do the Most timates of the Vote Give Chicane an A Week Likely To Be Con sumed in the in Military Circles Over Injustice to u Private WASHINGTON CITY Feb allim portant matter of selecting a site for tha Worlds fair may occupy tho who of this week in tha house Whan tlta site bos ben selected tho bill suited to the se lection will be called up and as there is con sidcrabie opposition to its passage the de bate will probably be prolonged and a final settlement of tho whole question may not be reached before Saturday There is a gooc deal of opposition to ths clause in ona of the bills appropriating 81500000 to assist tho fair and tbo New York delegation is under stood to ba pledged to the elimination of this clause whether New York gets the fair or not It is probable that will bo settled before anything else is taken up The only thing likely to interfere is reports from Iho elections committee Not Loyal to Their Own Big City The New York situation is a curious one There is no doubt about it that the Elepab licans from New York as a general thing do not want tho fair there and it they could have it defeated without tho responsibility being fixed on them they would be glad Washingtons chanca depends on how strongly tho other cities combine a jainst Chicago Counting Their Cliiukaus Yesterday was a busy day iu congressional circles The Worlds fair people from New York Chicago and St Louis who arc hare in full force were busy all day and last night securing pledges and votes and cal culating the strength of Uiair respective cities on the first ballot The New York people claim to be abio to show SO votes their city on tlie first ballot The Chicago men claim lOOor more than that on tho fliret bal lot for the site The St Louis pcopia ex pect to show 05 votes and the Washington folks are calculating on about 40 votes INJUSTICE TO A PRIVATE President a large wasteway and strengthened the weak places TVagner warned lihem the dam would be unsafe unless some ot the work was Him In at New Brunswick CHICAGO Feb night Fred Walton the clerk the Pacific Express ornpany who absconded from Dallas Tex on Feb Ii was arrested by an officer of the Pinkerton National Detective agency at St Johns New Brunswick and 57000 of tho stolen found on him Walton took his capture very philosophically and the officers intend keeping him in Canada a little while to learn if possible of tho where abouts of a gambler named Laird who traveled through Canada with Walton and who is supposed to have secured a large por tion of the stolen money Tho Dnko of Orleans PARIS Feb cabinet Saturday de termined to take the young Due d Orleans to the frontier and let him go with instruc tions to stay away but before tho duke had loft Paris the order that he be allowed to cross the frontier was rescinded by President Carnot and the duke was agaiu placed iu custody It Is said tho reason for this action is that tho friends of strikers convicted in the provinces intended to use the dukes par don as a precedent and demand of the gov ernment similar leniency for the imprisoned labor leaders A Lucky Fire for Limerick BALTIMORE Mi Feb special from Fredericksburg Va says Saturday night fire destroyed the dwelling of Luther Lime rick near Falmouth Stafford county Sat turday while Limerick was digging in tha ruins he discovered buried a couple of feet underground a large tin bucket nearly ailed with gold and sUrer coins the amount of which ho will not tell Some years ago an old hermit died in a hut on the place Hemingways Alleged Defalcation JACKSOV Miss Feb The legislative committee exarning the exstate treasurers books say that the books are so mixed that nothing can be told from them aad recom mends a commission of inquiry The report at two esparts says that there may be a 6100000 deficiency or the state may owe Hemingway about according to how certain items are interpreted Slaughtered His Whole Family ST ALBAXS Que Feb a family quarrel yesterday Rodolph DuBois Killed his wife his motherinlaw and his two small children He killed tho two women with a bottle and the children with an ax SB escaped but is being pursued by a num Ser of citizens Late Date for Coldest Weather SABAXAC LAKE N T Feb cold est weather that has been experienced here this winter prevailed Saturday the ther The President Preparing to Blake Army Martinet Pay for His Fun WASHINGTON CITY Feb Some weeks ago Private Wild of tho Eighth cavalry stationed at Fort Yates was tried by court martial for disobedience to au officer etc and given a heavy sentence iu prison and dishonorably discharged from the service His offense was refusing to nail a piece of canvas over a shed at ths ordar of Lieat Steela of his regiment The lieutenant knocked him down and then preferred charges and at tbo courtmartialwas per mitted to act as judge advocate to prosecute the prisoner The case was aired through the press and last week the president or dered the release of Wild and tho order made some very vigorous comments on the conduct of ths courtmartial and criticised the fact that Sfceelo had iiot beau tried far his violation of the articles of war Tho Lieutenants Turn Nest Saturday an order was ssued from tho war department to Gail Ruger commander department of Dakota stating that charges will bo preferred against Steelo and that Wilds testimony will ba required in the case therefore if Wild has not means to maintain liimsjlf it is directed that hobs given quarters and subsistence at Fort Snel ling Private Wild has been released and it is probablu that the official weather dur ing the next fenweeks will be rather warm for those responsible for tho injustice done him There are n phenomenal number of desertions from the United States army and it is suggested that cases like this one are an explanation of why these things are six AMNESTY FOR DESERTERS A Proclamation of Interest to Soldier Who Have Taken French Leave WASHINGTON CITS Feb procla motion of Secretary Proctor granting am nesty to deserters is in the judge advocal generals office where the legal aspects o the subject are being considered A repor from tho Fort Leavenworth military priso allows that of the 550 prisoners at the inst tulion 423 are serving time for Jesertioi The secretary has not yet decided to wha date amnesty will be extended but it is no improbable that all deserters prior to Dec 31 13S9 will be pardoned THE DAY WE CELEBRATED Jfatal Day Duly in Cities CHICAGO Feb cebration of birthday began in this city at oclock Saturday morning and was kept up until a late hour at night The first thing on the programme was a public school meeting at the Auditorium and it never be fore held so many human beings at one time A conservative estimate placed thei number at 12000 the smaller children sitting two in a seat with plenty cif room The little ones applauded everythingfrom tha openiug medley of national airs played by tha band to the recitation of Sheridans at the close of a stereopticon exhibition Rev Clinton Locke made the opening prayer and was followed by short speeches by President Hoys of the Union League club Rev F A lVoble Rcv Dr Bolton of the First Meth odist church and Rt Rev Bishop Spalding of Peoria The exercises were interspersed with patriotic songs in which the youngsters Joined lustily At the same time 6000 children attended a meeting at Central Music hall where speeches were made and songs sung Meeting for tlie Elders Another meeting was held at tha Audi torium in the afternoon for grown people The building was again packed tha large audience listened to ran atj Jrasn by Rev O H Tiffany who mentioned as one of the greatest perils to be feaied attacks on the public schools He reviewed the groat iitrides in development the country had made in 100 years and pail a glowing tribute to the memory of George Washington Tho two Auditorium meetings wera hold under 1ho auspices of the Union Lsaguo club Union League Banquet At night tho Union League gave a ban quet having for its guest and principal iipeaker Chief Justice Fuller of the United States supreme court At this banquet was gathered a great throng of the most promi nent citizens and the great dining hall of tha club was beautifully decorated for the occa sion Tho chief justices speech was an auaiysis of the status and value of the su premo court as a part of the system of the American government Other speakers Rev D Tiffany Rev Dr J C Adams and Henry G Mason Tho Eight Hour Men Whilu the Union League was and listening to speeches a demonstration was held at the Second Regiment armory in favor of the eight hour movement The principal speaker here was Judge J P iltgeld who gave a review of the struggle f labor for a fairer chance in tho contest or existence and comfort his conclusion renorally being that there wets justice in his demand for eight hours but that labor was a thing that grows and can not 5o forced The eight hour movement he laid must be controlled by reason and Moderation and kept free from violence Washburne was another speaker ind ho urged an intelligent and proper usa of the ballot as a means to the end aimed at Parade of tlie Military During the afternoon the Illinois National Guard regiments in this city paraded the principal streets and rnada a flue showing There were numerous other observances of the day Business however was not sus pended the stores were all open and nearly I nil tho manufactories etc wore at work At Other Points Telegrams from New York Cincinnati SpringfUld Milwaukee Pittsbui Hartford and otter places iihow that the day was duly observed gener ally over the country At Now York th Patriotic Order of Sons of America held an entertainment at Checkering hall Th Southern society gave a banquet which exPresident Cleveland was guest and made tho the princi pal speech in response to the firs ioast The Birthday of George Washing con Sir Clevelands address recited th benefits to be derived for tbe country from a What a Difference between the WOMAN yh i wedded to oldfashioned tr she who is bright is preciate a new one S 1 i striving to get Iife its right beside who are bright enough to embrace it benefits those who dont go work harder Pearline makes life easier and cleaner Washing and cleaning done with Pearline has about enough in it to make it good nor enough to tire the body or ruffle the temper Not ours but the word of the millions who uso it as to whether it hurts the hands clothes or bly your neighbors can tell you all about PEAR INK Send it back PearUne sends you something in place of Ptaiiino thoV JAMES Dewenter THE HATTER mometer registering 36 degrees below zero The Weather We 3tav Expect WASnrxQTOX Crrr Feb following ire the weather indications f or thirtysix hours from 3 p m yesterday For er southerly winds threatening weather and rain For weather south n estcrly wind light rains For Liwer Mich southerly iuds threatening iveather with rain or snow For Upper Mich igan and weather and minor snow southwesterly shifting to north A Smart Postmaster in Trouble WASHINGTON CITY Feb tw weeks ago J J Powell a colored preacher came here from Barton Ala and carried t the White House a letter purporting to be signed by Benjamin Harrison president o the United States informing him that a po sition worth 8100 a month was awaiting him and directing him to report nt once The presidents name had been forged anc sines Powells visit Samuel Holnmn post master at Barton Ala has been arrested for the forgery The Florida Controversy WASHINGTON CITT Feb Wai tisr clerk of the United States district ceurt ait Jacksonville Fla telegraphs to Senator Chandler branding as an utter falsehood the statement by Pasco in the senate Thurs day that the principal lawbrakers in Florida were the officers of the United States courts says he can prove the charges made against the people of that district by Democratic tea timony if needed and that the charges that juries are packed with Republicans is also false Condemnation for Russia LONDON Feb There will shortly boa monster mass meeting in Hyde Park of workingmen of all classes to express con domnation oJ the Russian penal system and its accompanying outrages The meeting is being arranged by labor leaders who recognize in the socalled political prisoners of Russia the friends of universal reform and progress both in respect to social and political conditions Distressing Tragedy at Bath His BATH Bis Feb Berslay about 9 years of age was shot Saturday by Claude Harrison also about 9 yesxs oid The boy and grrl with some other children had gathered at the residence of Mrs Mary Ere land Little Gertie was standing by Hire Eveland when Claude appeared and the shot wasflred The little fellow said he did not intend to shoot the girl iresterly winds colder Tuesday morning cold rave in northern portions For ireather preceded by light rain in eastern por gone over and rectified but UKT would not southwesterly to northwesterly winds listen to hjjn I sold Tuesday morning CTinrchiU Will Be a Free Lance LOVBOY Feb 24 Lord Randolph Churchill in a speech at liist night announced that he and would support the governments programme in a general way reserving liberty of action on certain subjects Failuresduring the week ended tlie United States 230 for Canada 41 to tal 2T1 For the corresponding week of last year the figures were 220 in the United and 41 in Canada Samuel Belt who was errestad at Liib aiion Ind for shooting his motlaerinlaw Mrs Randall and freed because of lack of eiadeace has been reamtsted on the saime toeether with Olirerjjae 1 close adherence to tho policy and precepts 01 the immortal Washington C H Jones o St Louis responded to the toast Tho Wesi and South A banquet was also given by the society of Sons of tho Revolution at which oiie of tho guests was Bishop Perry of Iowa Tlie Two Heroes Great Scott NEW YOBK Feb dinner was given in honor John L Sullivan Saturday by about 100 of the champions friends The festivities occurred in a refreshment palace near tlie site of Washingtons headquarters in Lower Broadway There were no formal toasts but tlie names of the two heroes of the day were mingled in many pleasant little speeches DEATH OF A MILLIONAIRE Joliu Jacob Astor Coes to His Ills Army Service NEW YOHK Feb i4 Jacob Astor tho head of the millionaire family died at his residence in this city Saturday of heart failure He was 07 years old His death was sudden as he had been attending to his business the day before bis death Mr As tor is estimated to have been worth S150 000000 While Gen McClellan was com mander of the Army of the Potomac during the war Mr Astor was one of his staff and gave his pay to the sanitary commission while ho spent times aa much main taining ths camp mess which was presided over by a French cook He served about two years and old soldiers say there was no better or braver staff officer in the Army of the Potomac than John Jacob Astor Among the benefactions of Mr Astor and his wife were princely gifts to tho Newsboys Lodging house and the Childrens Aid society Ten thousand dol lars was given to send street waifs to homes n the west Schools too were endowed with fortunes by Mr and Mrs Astor Plenty of Promise but So Cash Feb has mzde further demands upon the porto for the payment of he indemnity which accordingto the Ber in should have been paid by Turkey m account of tho RossoTurkish irar AU irevious demands have been met by ample promises explanations and expressions of but no cash has been forthcoming MADE A BAB BREAK Warning to Lecturers Who Take Quinine Catholics and there are Prctestauts who aro also incredulous The city s greatly excited over tho affair Opinion at Clil ago CHICAGO Feb Lminers numer ous friends and admirers ir Chicago will in dignoutly refute any int mation that the DB LOBIMEKS FEANTIO OUTBBEAK doct01was under Ure of liquor They know him they say tno well for that He both preaches and practices and ia fact is a Prohibitionist in his views A city ollliinl who has known Dr for a iiumljer of years absoves him com pletely of all charges of intoxication ami says that it is entirely out of tho question The Gifted Chicago Preacher Forgets Subject and Violently Attacks Bo man Catholic Vigorous Ont burgt of Hate Followed by a Tearful Explanation anil HU Chicago Friends Say HOLYOKE Mass iFeu Quinine he concedes does not act much unusual lib whisky at least upon Most people lint number of people attended the morning servue Joi5s know that Dr horimer is to ices in the Second Baptist churclt yesterday tno uso ot tlie drug in heroic doses at limes Protestants all denominations were presI ent and Roman Catholics by the score bad of hi bitter wordu ou Friday night On getheMn that occasion he had appeared beforo a cul selves to save suflicient moacy to briug t icir tivatod audience to deliver a lecture on The wives and families across this water It is French Revolution But when he came learnid that of the iiuinbr has run upon tbe platform his face wasi red and in away witu tho joint saving the company flamed and his gait uncertain amounting to nearly Blade a Wild Without any reference to fie subject of his lecture he plunged at onco into a ramb ling attack upon the Roman Catholic church As he proceeded it was noticed that That Union Stock lards Sale CHICAGO Feb Geotge T Williams treasurer of tho Union Stock Yards com pany when asked about io story that the yards were to be sold to m English syndi his speech was indistinct and his words in1 cate for said that there was ab coherent Then as he warmed up to his nothing in it that it waa simply a subject be ranted fiercely and gesticulated fako wildly Stealthily advancing one foot be Foarteen Babies Corpses found a fire in a house m Sienna street this city had been extin guished the firemen found the corpses of infants underneath the flooring be house had been occupied by a midwife lamed Skoblinska who Jas been arrested ogether with her sister arid two daughters Tbe Splckardsrille Crusaders hros Mo Feb find the de endants guilty and impose a fine at and osts in each case That was the verdict of he jury in the case of the Spiciardsrilla rusaders The announcement Gf the ver ict was received in silenca and the defense Tave notice of ah appeal Minister Uncolnfi Son LOXDOX Feb reports of the tradition of Minister Lincolns son Abe re to the effect that he is better acd the octors now have hope Will Keep a Close Wntch on oair Pork LosDoy Feb importation of American sirine meat into Germany is remitted bnt only at ona of such an elaborate system of in ectioa has been established lliat it is ought impossible for any danger to exiit diseased meats slipping through tore another he leaned forward and with face distorted and twitching fingers out stretched he told the nervous listeners tha he hated the Roman Catholic religion Was In a Condition of Hate These are some of his utterances Tes I detest the Roman Catholic religion with al that is in me IVith its roots back in Rome surrounded by papal worms Catholicism tends its branches out to poison and to curse be world Oh Ohl Oh I How I do detest t root and branch I abhor ill You know that lama Scotchman and was iducated in Americatherefore It is natural or ma to detest the Catholic rellg on Oh I detest and hate that schism schism schisml But we must admit there are some good people in the Catholic church although they worship evils and virgins and statues some of our atholic servant girls are good although hey do worship these devils Oh but that chism that schism that schism is what I late He kept on in this strain and pso begnn to get up and go out Group by group passed through the door until the hall was fake pure and almost entirely deserted Then the reverend gentleman staggered back on the stage Charged the Doctor with Drinking The whole city was scandalized for the doctor is one of the most eminent clergymen in the country His pastorate is in Chicago and he has just declined a call from the Warren Avenue church in Boston at a sal ary of a year His friends knew not what to make of it and insisted that he must have been drugged But the Roman Catho lics intimated in prafcfy broad terms toe4he had been drinking Had Taken Too Mnch Qntnine Finally it was announced that the rev erend gentleman would make an explanation yesterday from tbe pulpit of the Second Baptist church The church was crowded In the pulpit besida Pastor Booth was Dr Ixarimer After the opening exercises Dr Booth arose He said that he had a state ment to make in regard to Dr Lorimere eteentric conduct on Friday night Dr Lorimer was not on that occasion under tbe influence of liquor tiae pastor said bat was suffering from the of an orerdose of quinine He had been ill had takentoo much quinine and the drng had robbed him of his mental and physical powers A Tearful Dr Lorimer then arose and with broken voice and tears streaming down his cheeks said that Dr Booth had truly explained this miserable affair No one regretted the whole matter more sincerely than he and it af orded him pleasure thus publicly to apolo gize The money paid him for the lecture he had returned to the committee He then announced bis text and preached a most brilliant sermon The explanation does not to be satisf actorr to tbe fionuui A Beil of Rock Salt Lm er Cleveland CLEVELAXD O Feb new industry has been started here resultint upon the dis covery of immense veins o rock salt under lying the city Two pumping stations and a plant have been built here nnd a well sunk at New Portage 0 a few niles south of the city Broker Pell Gets Out of Jail NEW YORK Feb Broker George II Pull the alleged bank wrecker secured bait yesterday and was released from jail Vis bondsmen are his brother Charles T L Meyer president of the Meyer Lighterage company and Theodore Squire Road Agents in PruMJa BERLIN Feb Robbers stopped the mail coach between 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