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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - February 27, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                LOGANSPORT DAILY PHAROS 15TH YEAK THUBSUA EVENJNU FEBRUAJil 27 260 JOHN BRAYS Corner On i 10 folloving Standard iVarntrj Coralim Tanclcai Good Luck Health Nursing Perfection Wfiist Bulls Knbo Cornet mpsons Olove Filling Corset hx Corset Wnrncrs Misses Corset CiiiJilrJD CorPt BOOMING WATERS La Belle Riviere on Its Annual Rampage Ur Dr Tho up Dr P S tho excel lent brunUs ol corsots aro in uvory partic u I a r Ti7ntsiii v FKIDAV u riw v fb 27 inl March 1 il O A II Hull Kellog Beautiful Illustrated Tours Of I KM lire Ciiiuiiffj of raii rvirnr Jflmc Schcr far Ladies I iy n It Hall Tlio only 01 rutting tlijht in Auuricii timt 1Y luh Srevos UliMKMUri you pny iMthillK for fjiim until you ai cul iiy irunnc t yon witti not HniHotl Waive1 hulled to till H Iuttcrs Toachors nml Join free FINE PERFUMES KOK II IK PARVINS 12th Street Druy Store PA KUCKGEK ItODNK YSTKA1N HROEBERsSTRAIN ndertaker el jpliont No Calls Promptly fltteniltiJ to FURNITURE Pricos the Lowest OUR DESIGNS pRE NEW Sou1 tit thobodt workmanship al iowvJ to leave our salesroom i fata Sons THE WORLDS BEST Kill Button S250 SI Has no evial for Style Fit and Wear Posit ivelv the Itst in America for the snonev to not be deceived Sec stamp on bottom cf each shoe Take no otter Every pair warranted Slvlisl and to any SS shoe in the market Made by J M PEEPLES A CO CHICACKX jftURDDDK I STEYENSQN A VEST DAMP CITY sole Scores of Families Looking Tor Dry Drowning of TVIiolo Rain and Hall Work Destruction in Tennessee and Arkansas Woman Crushed by a Falling Loss of Ac cldont Kecord CINCINNATI O Feb Ohio river is on its annual ramnfige For the past three days it has been rising at the rate of three inches an hour and tho result is thnt many families are without homos uud still the dark and driftladen waters of lho Ohio crawl and creep nearer tho sidewalks and thresholds of the river front and seep ami iplash into tho cellars The dangerlino has been passed Tho corner of Main and the river froiit is submerged The cellars all along the river front aro full of miter and tho thresholds of the ualoons and low tene uiout houses on the square bcUvosn Main and Walnut aro under the dirty flood Families VVitSioat no SSbivoring groups of tho poorer class of col ored people standing guard over their scanty household goods aro seen on all sides waiting perhaps for tho return of a mes senger sent to obtain new lodging for they aro driven by tho flood from their homes on the river front Ai least fifty families about thu public landing have been made tempora rily homeless by tho rise of the river and hundreds more must seek now residedces if it increiisos enough to inundate Water strcat Highest Since 84 and Bising Tho Ohio is now the highest since the great Hood in 11881 Thero was quite ste feet of in tho basements on Front street at 1 a m and at last accounts tho river was ris iii two inches an hour It is feared that ere long the seennd floor level with Water street will ba reached Out at Fulton in Happy tho water has entered the bacji ynrrs of v number of residences and the in aiiLos aro trembling at tho prospect of an early inundation No serious damage has bivn douo but tlio flood is within a Corfeet of soveral dwelling Tho Hill etvck bottoms aro also flooded The Situation Elsewhere All thu rivers above tlio city are booming Tho Kauawha is on tho rampage with over sevontoon foot at Charleston Tho Big Kaudy had thirtythree feet at Louisa The Kentucky was rising last night at the rate of six inches an hour and tho Frankfort had twentyeight mid a half feet where it usual ly has six feet Tho Cumberland 1039 syvun fcct at Nashville yesterday Jand had twentyfour foot of water in its channel The Tennessee also is rising Below us tha waters of all tho rivers aro pouring out in great floods and tho greatest danger will come to river towns and river properties near tho mouth of the Ohio The Mississippi levcos below Memphis will sustain n severs shoot Tho great hope is in a sudden cold wave Tlie rivor bottom lands below Evans ville Henderson and thereabouts aro all un der water of jLife Keported HAMILTON O Feb Big Miami river reached its highest point at day morning Great damage was done to property along its course through this city At Seven Milo a small village north of here ono lifo is known to have been lost in the flood nnd it is reported thnt n whoio family was drowned whilo trying to cross Four Mile i small stream just north of the city shortly after 7 oclock THE PATH OF THE CYCLONE loss of One life niul Great Diiuuigo Done in Tennessee and Arkansas MEMPHIS Teun Fob windstorm of cyclonic proportions accompanied by hail and rain swept over this section of tho coun try Tuesday doing an immenso amount of damage to property and causing tho loss of at least one life In this city the storm was severe but no great dnmtige was done At Browuville Tonu almost every build ing on tho public square was unroofed and scores of residences were dismantled and aro in ruins While the storm raged the rain foil in torrents and great damago was caused to many stoclcs of goods The Jew ish symigogo tho Methodist church theBap tist Feuialo college and the court house wero also unroofed and otherwise damaged The loss will isxcood Killed by Falling Tree A tree fell across the house of Mrs James Cooper crushing it killing her and badly injuring two children At Mariarma Ark tlij now Christian church was completely demolished Lessors cotton shed was blown away and soveral other buildings were UD rooled About three miles from town a ne gro school house containing sixtyflve chil dren was blown from its foundation but no oue was hurC The White river at Bates villo Ark rose eight left in a fan hours washing away culverts and badly delaying trains Three houses were blown down near Riverside and several buildings crushed in the southeastern part of the county Dumascs Near Hot Springs Tho old observatory on the summit of Hot Springs mountain was leveled to the ground Between Hot Springs and theOuchaita rivor many farm houses wero torn to atoms and it is feared that soveral lives were lost Considerable damage was douo to buildings and fences at Littlo Rock and at Alexander Xonr the latier placa a school tiouso was blown clown nine children injured Havoc at Johnsouville JOHXSOXVILLE Tenn Feb of the fiercest and most destructive storms that has ever swept over this place occurred at 1 oclock Tuesday accompanied by lightning thunder and heavy raiu Tivo spans of the Nashville Chattanooga and St Louis rail road bridge across the Tennessee river were entirely demolished Several buildings were blown down but no loss of life is yet reported The colored Methodist church and the Odd Fellows hall lately built by the colored people here went down in the storm LEFT THE MEN TO THEIR FATE An Attempt to Rescue Sll Sailors Results in the Deatln of One neeoaer YORK Feb steamer Ems which arrived yesterday from Bremen ex perienced very severe weather during the entire passage On Feb she sighted the dismasted British ship Hebe which was drift ing at the mercy cf tho waves A boat manned by a volunteer crew put off from the Ems to rescue the six men who could be seen on the Hebes decks A heavy sea swumped the boat and one seamiui Martin WiernckhofT of Bremen was drowned Tho others man aged ao cling to tht1 upturned boat until res cued by the Erns The attempt to take the nuu off Uio Heb abandoned Iho Hsto showed m sigrnl of distress and was riding tho wiii Tue man were mov ing about a if fioj frona fear of dis ister The captain of the Erasi thinks the BTehe will keepatioat until some vesselcomes along weacher and la able to assist her Fort Imprisoned in a Mine EGTFT STAHOS IT C Feb night the shaft of the coal mine here caved in imprisoning forty minors Daring the whole night the town was a scene of tha wildest distress Wives and mothers walked about the pit mouth wringing their hands and wailing in the most heartrending manner At last apparatus was rigged and men wont to work on the shaft It did not take an hour to cut through tho earth when it was found all the men were alive end in a short time they were restored unharmed to their weeping relatives fell Dead at the Theatre COLUMBUS O Feb Lost night as Mrs Israel Ealy entered the Grand Opera house in this city accompanied by her son and daughter to witness the perfonnanceof The Fakir she complained of sudden sickness and sat dosvn in tho managers office for a few moments Feding relieved she proceeded into the theatre and was scarcely seated when she fell back dead Her homo was in Powell 0 Two 3Ien In Imminent Peril SlLiJiOKIN Pa Feb started last evening in the stables in the Camieron col liery slope 500 yards below the surface Two miners working in a deeper portion of tha slope are shut in Rescuing parties have started to assist them with fair prospects of reaching them through an old opening Ten TcisoDS Bruised and Cut RoivoKE Va Feb coach of the eastbound passenger train was wrecked here last night by a truck jumping the track No ouo was killed but ten persons were more or less bruised and cut All were from south iTi points Seven Miners Killed Feb miners were killed by an explosion in a colliery at Dort mund Westphalia yesterday SENSATION AT BRADDOCK A iVTun Sent to tlio insane Asylum for Al legcd Unjustiflnble Jealousy riTTSPtHO Pa Feb Monday ilr Minnick u wellknown resident of Eraddock Pa was committed to tho Dixmout asylum for the insane un der circumstances very peculiar Mr Min nick had charged Ilov J T Riley a Meth Monongnhola Citywith pay irg improper attentions to Mrs Miunick during1 a peziod of six years Minnick also accused his wife receiving improper at tention from several other men and had addressed letters to certain individuals threatening to shoot them if their attentions to his wife did not ceasa at once Neighbors Say Ho Is Not Insane Dr Sandels of Braddock and Dr Mc Cord of South Pittsburg signed tho com mitment of Minnick stating that Min nick was insane from unwarranted jealousy Whilo on tho train en route for Dixmont Minnick vigorously re sisted tho officers in charge protesting that he was the victim of a conspiracy to get him out of the way Several prominent citizen Braddock neighbors of Minnick wero in terviewcd and agree thnt Minnick is not in sano Some of them openly charge Rev Mr Riley and others with indiscreet actions with Mrs MUinick BcvltIcys Statement Rev Mr Riley says that ho has not been guilty of any indiscretion that he had noth ing to do with sending Minuick to Dixmont and that ho does not know whether he is in sane but he does know that he is nnjustifia bly jealous Rev Mr Eaton of Braddock states that Minnick engaged in prayer in his church last Sunday evening and that his prayer was not that of an insane man Squire Lewis and others of Braddock are taking measures to have Minnick examined and if possible removed from the asylum Brnddock is all excitement over the event MINISTFR LINCOLN BEREAVED Young Abe Gives tip His Brave Fight for Life Feb Lincoln the only son of Minister and Mrs Lincoln died last night The boy was seized with the final agony at oclock last evening and passed away with his devoted mother and father hoping against hope to the last Mrs Lincoln has had a terrible ordeal during the past seventeen weeks her vigils being al most continuous at tho couch and in the room of her dying boy and both she and her husband are prostrated with grief They are receiving hundreds of consolatory tele grams from tho States and England Origin of tlio Illness Young Lincolns illness began in Novem ber with a carbuncle on his shoulder whilo he was attending school in Versailles Francewhich was followed by an abscess that necessitated a skillful surgical operation Mr Lincoln relied upon the French surgeons at Versailles for this and soon afterward came to the conclusion that in doing so ho had committed a serious error The lad did not recover from tho shock of the operation and in spito of the attention of the best sur geons in England pytanMn sot in resulting in death Characteristics of the Boy The dead boy had made many friends i school and among those who visited at the American legation He was a studious and thoughtful lad with a special taste for po litical history and war literature He was 17 years of age tall for his years and with a manly bearing that made him a leader among his schoolmates All through his nines young Abraham wasattouded by his father who was fervently attached to him A Rubber Trust Organizing NEW YORK Feb 27 Hepresentatires of all the manufacturers of rubber goods in the United States met at the Windsor hotel yesterday The formation of n trust wsi discussed and it is stated by one of lhoso present that the details of the agreement j will be completed It is said that no raw rubber is being gathered at Para and that the price of rubber must shortly advance vary sharply Favored Per Diem Pensions SYBACUSE N Y Feb New York department of the G A R yesterday after electing officers adopted resolutions favoring the per diem pension bill and de claring that the dependent pension bill would not satisfy the veterans of this state Cor pora Tanner mads a speech declaring his conversion to this view OBEBLY TESTIFIES Another Coalailne Strike Coming BEAZIL Ind Feb opsrators of the Indiana block coal mines have concluded not to pay the yearly mining scale agreed I upon by theminers of Indiana Ohio wesitern Pennsylvania and West Virginiai to takj effect May 1 A strike is therefore imminent j the School Principal PITT5FIEID Mass Feb school j committee last night sustained the action of Principal Welsh of the high school to dis missing six pupils who declined to study in the history class because of the way the reformation period was treated in the text book The book committee was however instructed to investigate the alleged uufair nesof the chapters objected to anInjunction on NEW YORK Feb Xsw York j League club has brought suit in the United i States district court to restrain Buck Bw ing frooi plavins with anv other than hat club The Explains Camp bells Bad Break AH OT017ILSEEVIOE OPERATION Thrifty Business of m Washington KJii Knterprlse Proposed by the Hallway to Pata Great Canal Sclieine for the Gulf Tlie Search for the Secret Session The Days Work In Congre33 WASHIXOTON CITT Feb house committee on reform in the civil service continued its investigation yesterday Es CommLssioner Oberly vas called He testi fied that ho knew Mr Campbell but denied that any charge had ever been made that Campbell had abstracted papers from the commission Ih 1SS8 ho said information reached him that questions use 1 in esnmiua tions were being copied and sold to Mr Phiin of the Ivy institute He requested the party who furnished tho information to procure for him a copy of and offered to pay tha expense ot Dotting tho questions The questions he saH were pro cured as requested and ho laid thorn before tho full commission with tho request that they make an investigation cncl find out if possible who was guilty of furnishing the questions to persons outside of tho commis sion JBilgerton Wouldnt Incstigatc Commissioner Edgerton president the commission at that time refused to make the investigation saying that he thought tlmt nothing would come of it Mr Lymau was present at tho time aud favoreJ making an investigation and getting at tho bottom of the matter He Obsrly thra decided to make an investigation for himself Ho got a ccpy of the handwriting of all tlu persons in tho commission compared thom with tho copy of the questions furnished him and a CUT a careful examination reached tho conclusion that Mr CampbjH bad madetho oopy Ho presented tho papers to tha full commission nnd told them tho ixsult of bis investigation Campbell Admits His iSuilr After this ho had a conference with Mr Lyman and Mr Lymau wont 1o Campbell who acknowleilgjd that ho copied the ques tions for a lady acquaintance wno wished to takj thu examination Mr Lyman then came to him aul told him that Campbell had admitted waking the copy mul asked him to Liko tho mat tor in hand and do as ho thought best iu tho matter Ho to the lady to whom Campbell gave tlie questions Sho told him that she had gat the papers from and sold them to Mi Flvun of tlio Ivy iiistjtiito After a thorough investigation ha came to the conclusion that no harm had coau to tho service or to tha country by this act of Mr Cnmpbell and ho decidod not to dismiss him from tho service tho questious had been used in a farmer exami nation nud could been seen by any person inuking the reqius He deemed Mr Campbell guilty ouly of iuvash of dU nnd reprimanded him for it Mr Flynnri KnleriuUe Emily M Dabnoy an employe in tht de partment of liilior was next called She testified to taking lesions from Mr Fly mi of tho Ivy institute and a fen days tho examination came off she expressed to Mr Flyun some doubt of her ability to pass tho examination upon which ho offered to sell her tho a stio3 to be usarl ill tho com ing examination for Sho declined to buy the qmvtiiius took the examination and failed A wek aftor she failed in her ination shs was shown tlu questions FJyrm had offered her and found them to bo the ones used in tho examination which she failed to pass A Charge Against Miss Dabney Professor Flynn was examined and said that Miss Dabney cams to him and asked for tho old examination papers which Mrs Smith had left with him He proposed to give her a copy oE them but while tempora rily absent from the room Miss Babioy he believed had taken tho originals What Campbell Hnil to Say Alexander C Campbell was placed the stand Ho admitted that he had copied tha examination papers and afterward disposed of them to Mrs Smith He told Mrs Smith however that they wero old papsrs and would be of no use to her in an examination Campbell admitted that he took tho papers which he copied and gave to Smith from tho certification room during the ab sence of the cortificfltiou clerk TransactUtn in Congresu WASHINGTONCrry Feb presented a petition iu the senate yesterday from citizens of Union county Arksoisas complaining of n state of political terror in thnt county during tho election of 1S33 nnd asking for protection Harris and Berry objected to the length of Chandlers brief of the petition but tho chairman decided that it was not too long An acrimonious ex change of remarks ensued in which 13erry declared the pstition a collection of filth and rot got up by Chandler himself The senate then passed twentysix private pen sion bills and some public building bills THE PANAMERICAN CONGRESS It Adopts a Report on A Bis Interna tional Railway Scheme WASHINGTONCrrr Feb report of the committal on railroads favoringtha construction of a continental railroad was adopted by the PanAmerican congress yes terday Tho report recommends that a rail road connecting all or the majority of nations represented in this eoafereuco will contribute greatly to the development of the moral relations and material interests of the said nations that the means bast adapted to begin and carry out its execution is the ap pointment of an international commission of engineers to study the possible routes deter mine their true length estimate their re spective cost and compare thoir reciprocal advantages that the commission should be composed of three engineers appointed by each nation with the permission of dividing into subcommissions and to appoint many other engineers aud employes as might be considered necessary for the more exe cution of the work Line of ithe Ralliirnj That the railroad in so far as tha com mon interests will permit should unit the principal cities lying in the vicinity of its route that If the general direction of tho line uinnot bo altered without great in convenience for the above purpose branch lines should be surveyed to connect those cities with the main line that exist ing railways should bo utilized as far as is possible and compatible with the route and conditions of the continental railroad that the construction management and operation of the line should be at the expense of the con cessionaires or of the persons to whom they sublet tho work or to whom they transfer their rights with all due formalities the consent of the respective governments first obtained Duty on aiaterinls Thnt all materials necessary for th con struction anl operation of tho railroad should be exempt from import duties that all personal and real property of tho rail road used iu its construction aud operation should be exempt from all al state and municipal that the execution of a work of such magnitude deserves to to further encouraged by subsidies cessions of laud or guaranties of n minimum interest Compound Ijarrt Aguln WASHINGTON CITY Feb agri cultural committee of the house devoted its session yesterday morning to hearing persons interests in tha success of tho Conger and Buttenvorth bills to regulate the manufacture and sale of counterfeit and compound lard The old arguments pro and con were reiterated Theyll Kill Randall Yet WASHINGTON Crry Feb news paper men wero all torn up last night by n report that Hon Samuel J Randall was dead A rush was made for the congress mails residence wheee the visitors were in formed that Mr Randall feeling in liis usual hepith Xlie Open Session Question WASHINGTON Crrv Feb senato committee on rules yesterday considered the resolution to provide for the consideration of nominations in opeu session The members present wero evenly divided for nnd agninst so no action was taken Dewenter THE HATTER ELDERLYJLOVEES Love Has All Ages for His Own Like Death A ITOYELTY IN EOT AWAY MATCHES Noiv Ranks Authorised WASHINGTON Crry Feb follow ingnamed national banks wero yesterday authorized to commence business First National bank of Creighton Neb capital Maryvillo National band Missouri capital Census Supervisors Nominated WASHINGTON CITY Feb the nominations sent to the senate yesterday wero tho following for census supervisors W Hight Third district J W Near Fourth district W Bailov Third district luf tlin Admission of Idaho WASHINGTON City Feb house committee on territories yesterday author ized a favorable report on the bill introduced in tho house by Struble to provide for the admission of the state of Idaho DESTITUTION IN PENNSYLVANIA Powderly Declares That Misery and Pri vation Stalk All road SCRANTOV Pa Feb Powderly speaking with reference to the series of arti cles he is writing ou the condition of the mining class in this region said that the first one which was printed last week had brought him many letters from all over the country A man in New Jersey he con tinued has written me that he will care for one family Jf I will send them on I thought I knew the family fmd mado them tho offer With tears in their eyes the husband and wife told mo that they could not accept tho generous offer They wero living in a house which they had partly paid for and to leave it would be to sacrifice all they had laid by during years of toil T will have to hunt up another family Continuing Mr Powderjy said that there was any amount of gaunt want on the out skirts of Scranton that misery and priva tion were everywhere Pells UoiKlsman Backs OiU NEIV YOHK Feb bondsman Charles Van Tine called yesterday afternoon at tho district attorneys olHce and stated that he desired to fee relieved of Fells bail when Reagan and Wilson of Maryland Pell was not with him and thedissict attor poke against the educational bill urging that it was unconstitutional A secret ses sion was held and the senate adjourned ney started detectives out to arrest uim Van Tine was surety in the amount of on the first charge against Pell growing out of bill was re ported appropriating S236oO213 the largest item being 21598S31 for pensions Bills were Introduced To revive the grade of lieutenant general to prevent adulteration of food or drugs The house then adjourned us the Secret Session Zeak In the house the day was principally dej the wrecking of tho Lenox Hill Equitable voted to six hours debate ou the contested nnd Sixth National banks Later Pell was election case ot Atkinson vs Pondleton arrested and is held pending the obtaining First Virginia district No action was cf a new bondsman taken The urgent defliency Comparison of Votes Geriuauy BERLIX Feb 27 As compared with the last general election tbj Socialist vote throughout the empire in the recent contest shows an increase of 567405 and the Frei sinuig vote an increaso of 234000 In con trast to this the combined vote of the Cartel WASHIXGTOX CITT Ieo senate I parties shows a decrease of 1000000 while committee appointed for that purpose began i the Centrist partys vote has decreased JOO yesterday trying to find out how the pro ceedings in secret session were obtained hv newspapers The witnesses examined were all local newspaper men aud their testimony showed that the local papers depended al most entirely upon the press associations for secret session paragraphsand that they knew little if anything about the sources from which these associations derived their news The committee has summoned the press as sociation men to app3ar In the secret ses sion of the senate yesterday an order was adopted clearing the room behind the press gsdi3y during the secret sessions hereafter Canal from New Orleans to thi Atlantic Winded Her Detractor WASHINGTON CITY Feb SET ADA Mo Feb Mrs J M Smith daeed in the senate yesterday a bill incorpor yesterday destroyed the eyesight of Nathan ating the Atlantic Mexican Gulf and MissisGorJoa by throwing red pepper inhis eyes sippi River Barge Cana company Tha T company is to be granted permission to con itruct and maintain a barge canal aud tele graph and telephone lines from a point on the itferissippi river at or near Orleans th ouga Late Borguo or Lake Poachartrain acJ over the open watsrs of the inland coast An Illinois Couple Tast the Meridian of Life with Children and Grandchildren1 of Their Own Elope to Chlcngo and Unite for Better or for Course of True love Smoothed Out by Railway CHICAGO Feb the stem wrath of watchful relative the ro mautic hearts of two of the most highly esteemed residents of Antioch Lake county 111 linked together last night in the holy bonds of matrimony at the Northern Pacific hotel Sherman street It is the same old story is hampered love balked intentions and runaway mar riage and yet it is not n parlicU like any thing elsa that anybody ever before heard of Not Oner Toungr to Marry Yet Joseph Williams in Autiooh for fiftyfour years In his boy hood ho became acquainted witiy and loved a neighbor maiden but sho another and until last night was known to tho world as Mrs Mary E Madison Sho is nearly tha same ago as her new bridegroom and is be sides the mother of thirteen children nnd has nearly as many grandchildren For sov eral years tho little lady has been a widow and for about tho same period Jfr Williams has been a sufferer from injuries sustained in the war A Tale of Persecution Mr Williams says he has brothers and sis tors who took caro of him after a fash ion but only to get possession of tho or so that was granted him as n pension about a year ago Ho was further per c cuted in his sickness and wa twice sent to the insane asylum both times ho claim unjustly On returning tho second time he resolved to cut looso from his persecutors so he renewed his boyhood attentions to tho lady of bis love became a suitor for her heart and hand and was accepted Pot Up a Little Job Last Friday his family again began their persecutions The sheriff appeared at Mr Williams homo and served notice requiring his presence in court to be examined as to the soundness of his inind This was too much for the old gentleman so ho appealed to his prospective bride for assistance and advice She sized tho situation up know1 ingly and replied just fool those folks a little bit We wont wait any longer to get married but will just slip out some where and have tho knot tied without any one else knowing anything about it The BGnsh I Tuesday morning the old gentleman slipped down to tho station bought two tickets for Burlington Wis and took his seat to wait for the train Pretty soon in a little old lady withevery evidence of having had a run for her life They didnt know each other in tho station but managed to tumble into the same seat in the first train that came along The old gentle man produced his Burlington tickets when the conductor came round to collect the fares and was utterly astounded when told i that he and his affianced were on the morn1 ing milk train bound for Chicago i Found Friends IB CfoicHjro The old gentleman was a trifle worried over this circumstance but the littlo bride assured him that all yet be for the best They lauded in Chicago early in the morning while the ground was yet covered with slippery white frost and roamed about the streets awhile looking for a place to stay Finally the old gentleman remembered the hostelry at which they were finally married and thither they took their way They fell into kind friendly hands there and to tho hostess they confided their troubles and their confidant assured them that it would be all right Alls Well That Ends Well At S oclock last evening the old couple appeared in the parlors of the Northern Paj ciflc and were united in the presence of the fifty wondering spectators who had been in vited to witness the ceremony 7fhe thought ful hostess provided wedding cakes bridal roses and the other necessities aid a pret1 tier happier wedding was never seen Serj era of the guests brought dainty presents nnd all tendered thcir hearty congratula tions The old couple aro now safely re joicing in each others love and both ore tickled to death over tho way they bavo tricked their alleged avaricious relatives ABBREVIATE 3 TELEGRAMS Smallpox has appeared at Columbus O There is only one so far Mine Patti thesiviiet and costly warbler Is ill with a bad cold at Denver Diphtheria is prevalent at Wenona Jllf The schools havo buei closed and ail public gatherings prohibited H E Boynton wholesale boot ftad dealer Boston Mass has assigned Liabili ties estimated at 7DOO The French government has accepted tho invitation of Germany to take part in tho Berlin labor conference George Clark wsj banged at IVayiieslurg Pa Wednesday morning for the murder of a drover named William McCauslaud Tho steamship Gothenburg arrived at Hal ifax N S from Loidon Wednesday had to go 1JO miles south of her course to uvoid iceberg It was rumored u New York Wednes day that Father McC lynn 13 about to mako up lus quarrel with an rcsunio his work a a priest Indiana reports Ihjt hit year slio raised 41 51 1 570 bushels of wheat an average of H 910 bushels to tin urro and KM523161 Imshfli of corn Tlic assignment of iViliiam F man ufacturers agent Neiv York is announced Liabilities lominal nssttf tGICi9 actual assets Albert llolaz Gsllitin son of the jicat financier who suctin d Alexander Hamiton as secretary of thrtreasury died in New York Tuesday agol William Stcinway tho great piano mauii fiicturor of New YII k signified his in tOLitiou of HibicriiiLu to the stock ol the Chicago Worlds fair The will of John Jacob Astor has lcon probated tho with tho excep tion of le3 than 030 being devised to hiFOli William Wa rf Astor Janitn oC Chicago is suing Warren Springer ft that city under the umy w r chart injr him slOJSJ intore en a loan of jr one year Tho wolves in lltssaraliia ure starving and as n result packs to tho villages and seize the inhabitants A pottmau and his horses tain by the animals the other dny Alvira Vocchl an Italian girl of Chicago vas married at Milwaukee a few daysBtr I Jailed for Insulting tile Kaiser LOYDOX Feb Zimraer editor of a newspaper published in Breslau has been sentenced to imprisonment for two years for Insulting reference to the emperor ia commenting on his majestys labor re scripts Local Government Schemfe for Ireland LONDON Feb is drafting a local gorermnent scheme for Ireland on lines I similar to thosa forming the of ths I plans for Enjland and Scotland I degrees of north latitude as fhall be deterj rained by tha company with which Gordon boarded Her charac ter was alleged to be bad and Gordon told the family so hence the astanlt Hanjr for a LAHAXIE Wy T Feb A Black was hanged here at oclock yes Robert mur the disputed right to j reservation Mt EXPLOSION OF A STOVE Supposed To Be tlie Work of a Dnetartl i and Child Injured i MINXEAFOLIS Minn Feb Jour uals Chippewa Falls Wis special says I Tuesday night when Mrs J S Doss built a fire in her kitchen stove a terrific explosion J occurred and the stove was blown through the ceiling Doss was badly but not fatally burnd The explosion burst the dram of her childs ear Mrs Doss is sapj arated from her husband who is suspected of placing the explosive in the woo It is charged that he attempted th same thing twice befora t IeBlanclies Proposal to Oernpsey S SAX FPAXCISCO Feb Lo Blanche who defeated Jack Dirpscy at the California Athletic club lac August has published a letter in which he ofiTera to give Dempsey a return battle on certain condi tions LeBiauche says he owns a saloon which ha values at proposes that Dempsej puts up 83000 If Jack wins be takes the saloon and LeBlanehe the If George is victor he retains the saloon and Dempsey the if5 00 In addition there must be a puije of not Isss thzui WellFargro Roubed Again MEECED Cal Feb Mariposa stage was stopped last evening by two high waymen about a mile from this place The mails from Mariposa Coulterrille and in termediate plants and the WellsFargo box urere taken It is not yet known here how much money was br the robben loan Italian named IJergmnn The peculiar feature of the case i that Alvira is only year aid Bergman is 30 Jack the Kisser an individual who has amusrd himself and terrified the womon of Long Island by seizing them nnd kissing thorn at night and who eluded arrest for feme time was captured Wcdnesdav An old woman seaed in an arm chair in her homo at London clasping to her bosom a bag of god containing f 1G000 and stoui dead was what astonished the London po lice Wednesday had starved to death Spain is looking vith angry eyes on the operations of the Biitish at Gibraltar The latter are building u drydock capable ot taking in their largest ironclnds indicative of an intention to I old tho big rock to the end fit time The weather reports from tho south At lantic and east gulf states indicate that oue of the warmest peiicds of wluch there is any record during this month of February co curred over that section Tuesday aud Wednesdav THE MARKETS CHICAGO Feb is Board of trade quoaticns today ranged u follows NV February opened and closed Miy opened T7ic closed July opened Tikjc rlosel Corn No i February ani closed 2v May opened and cldswl July 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