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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - February 28, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                LOGANSPORT PHARO 15TH YEAR FEIUAY EVEMM FEBBUAHY 28 1890 NO 261 JOHM GKAYS On Corner following Standard Or Warners Coral in Tindem Good Luck Health Nursing Perfection Waist Or Bails Corset Thompsons Glove Fitting Corset Duplex Corset Dr Warners Misses Corset Chillrcna Corset P tho above excel lent brands of corsets are guarantoott in ovory prtic u I a r MISERY INKANSAS Temperature Below Zero and Fuel and Food Scarce MANY VICTIMS OP THE BLIZZAED The TnscaJBWas Out of Binks PmSBUlitc Feb Massillou O pecialtoTho Times says The Tuscarawos river is out of its banks The northern part 1 the city is inundated a number of streets wng impassable More than fifty resi ences are surrounded The water is almost a the highwater mark oJ and the dam go to property will be great iivo Xlhti by Special DAY FRIDAY SATCItlJ V FVNHS aril March 1 ut A 11 Hull Kellogg Beautiful Illustrated Tours fiurn c KM tin Clianifi of Program KElloggs School FatLadies ivv svsiMu o and Skirt t C A U Hull Tho only taujrlit in America Fiuiieh Pro it UAL Siecves uim nt tiHfmtiHi lEHMKMItrK you jwy nothing Irisyroiu until you cui tiny trarmor t you ar with iit tiiterntion Jcssons not HtviitLil Waiifcl tMtics to Hi i Ltitton IViehora JIM Aicriji ISiLC Tail for tashi Jouinnl I roe FINE PERFUMES FOH THE O LI D A Y S AT PAR YINS I2lh Street Drufj Store 11A KKCHGFlt UODNF YSTKA1N Jj il phono Calls Promptly flttenflEfl to Sad Story of a Death and Insanity Stiiclc en Brnve Man Attempts Be lief and tones HU Than a Dozen Deaths to Mit Igato the FlgorH at ter Wboat Probably Ris ing Hassayampa Horror WICHITA Kan Feb All yesterday the mercury hovere about 10 degress below zero which is 2 degives colder than it was nt any time last year A violent northwest vind added greatly to the discomfort The winter wheat is badly damaged A hunting party from tho Cowskin thirty miles west returned yeiiterday morning All were badly frostbitten and Thomas Silcat and H C were nearly unconscious It is be lieved amputetion of tho legs will bo neces iary The nows from the southwest indi cates great suffering of cattle in tho Chero strip and in the western jiact of the state Cold veather so lato in the season was not expected and feed had been con Many hundred head of cattle have already died and should tho blizzard con tinue a few days cattlemen nay the loss will be as great as that sustained eight years ago Pcojilo Disstltuto of Fuel The situation in Morton Stevens and Ilodgonmn counties is pitiable Tho author itiai hero hid u message from the county commissioners of Stevens yosterday stating that thoir most pressing need is for fuel Tho fuel hits all bcou consumed and the in has caught many people who hav i scanty ritpply provisions without fuel Host of t lo supplies sent to tho distressed lii tricts havu consisted of corn and ilour und now that it been received there is n fuel to cool it with Tho section most 1 of aid is from ufty to one hundrec iiiiiuj from railroads Tho distributing in Stevens has had out man and agents looking after the poor bin tho cold is so intense that it is impossibl ti make long drives Undertook a Desperate Service Ono instance created universal attention called forth much sjmpathy Wednos ilay night James Glover loft Wcodsdale Stevens county with some coal and food in wagon for r twentymile drivo south to tho dugout in which lived his sister and two children Her husband died a few weeks bo fore from exposure and Glover who had boueast reached Woodsdale onfy an hour before lKiving to rescue his sister Hc was iilvis3 1 Hut to attempt tlio trip but ha could not roluci ga for ho was certain that his sister anil fvo children would bo suffering TliLnight was dark and he tried to get some ono co gy with him who know tho road batter thnn ho but no ono wanted to at tmpu tho drive Insane Children lie ail Yesterday tlio committee dispatched a load of to a family within four miles of VIIOVCT was going and tio man in cliargo wad instructed to nstertaiu il Glover lud his destination He did so and found Mr Toinliu insane and so badly frozen that sho died soon afterword Both of her children had died and nothing could be seen oi GIovcr or his teani There is no doubt tluit ho is dead The most direct road was lrsveli but nothing could be seon Glovor cr Ihu team Eight Othor Deaths Reported It ii tiUiUiitool that asilo iroin Mrs ToinTlu and har two children eiglit deaths hivo occurred In the northwest part of Stovens county Sam AVooisdale his wife and throe children wero found ttaad yester day Two Candeld and Henry lived in tho western part of the county wcro also found victims of tho bliz zard It is believed S C Campbell was caught in tho storm Wednesday night and perished whilo trying to reach Wo A Belated Hlizzard Blowing MINNEAPOLIS Fob Specials to Tiie Tribune from Lyons la say Tho first hard snow storm of tho season struck u yesterday It was rol vjry cold but last night a regular blizzard from tho west sol iu The snow is several inches desp auc drifting badly CLEAR RAPIDS la Feb heavy snow storm prevailed all yesterday Last night a heavy wind was drifting tho snow and blockades are iumiiuent It was grow ing colder rapidly BUULIXOTON la Feb A fierce bliz zard of wind and snow struck Burlington yes terday aCternoon and several inchosof tho latter were deposited in a short time The snow is drifting badly and there is appre hension that trains will bo delayed Re ports from points in eastern Iowa indicate weather with unusually low baroin TRIED TO KILL A DOCTOR BespOTBte Attempt to Assassinate iv Col umbus Physicist COLUMBCS O Feb 11 oclock ast night a desperate attempt was inadii to assasslnats Dr Alexander Soil one of the eading physicians and bestknown men of his city An unknown man called at the doctors residence and rang the bell The doctor suffering from iuilueaza went to the door and asked what was wanted The man said he wanted the doctor to go and athsnd iis sick wife Tha doctor then asked tha man who lio was and where he Kvxi Tho visitor answered that his name was Corbin and that he lived on East Goodal street The doctor said he was too ill to go out but would fix him some powders Missed Murder by a Hair He did so and opecel the door a few inches to hand them out when the man burst into the hall drew his revolver and placing it against tho doctors said Ill kill you at the same time pulling the trigger but it failed to go off aud rha doc immediatcly grabbel the man Altar a desperate struggle the doctor succeeded in taking tho revolver away from the assassin whereupon he ran out The family with the doctor then went upstaii3 anjl directly the man camo back and smashed in several ladows with bowldsrs Like Dr Cionins Ciisn Tha doctors daughter ran to the telephone and called up police boadquartars A patrol wagon was sent to tlie residence and a guard placed in ths house It is thought to be a bold attempt at assassination or to murder the doctor for money Tho object was to get the doctor out on an errcnd of mercy lika Dr Cronins whn this un known man with near aud in hiding would paunca 03 anl kill DEFY TJIEBASTILE Trying to Find That Executive Session Leak NEWSPAPEE 1GOJ PUT ONTHI E OK Tliily Steadfastly and Unanimously liefuse to Squeal and Continue to Report rroceeilings TIio Attack on the Civil Service Commission Further Testi Against Uncle Sams of Capital Charges Statue City Items TVAsniscTOX Crrv Ftb Thusenate coramittoo which Senator Dolph is chair mau appointed to iiivostigats the leakage in exeutivo news examined several newspa per correspondent yciUrday snd questioned them at great Isasth as to the source of their information coacwningoxosutive matters Jules Guthridge of Tua New York Herald A J Hubbanl of the Associated Press George G Bain oi tho United Press M G Jjtekendorf correspondent of Tha York Tribune and F A Depuy ct Tho Saw York cline to give thai sources of A CHANCE FOR ABE His Death Erroneously Reported Two Operations Ievformccl LOXDOX Feb SS The report ol tho death of young Abraham Lincoln son of tho United States minister sent out Wednesday night was erroneous Tho boy is Sitill alive and there are slight hopes of his recovery very slight Tho abscess was lanced Wodnes lay night when he was thought to bo in the rigors of death as a dornicv resort and ihe relief was instantaneous It was however announced late yesterday afternoon that the only chance of life lay in the success of an other operation in which tho chances are desperate Tlie Operation Succeeds At midnight the boy was resting quietly and comfortably The second operation was performed in the afternoon and further re lief was experienced whilo tho symptoms bocame moro favorable A drain was in sertod and pna is flowing freely Tho suc cess of tho operation has revived the hopes of ths family that he mny recover Minister Lincoln Uotnrn Thnnlcs Mr Lincoln requests public expression of his own and Mrs Lincolns appreciation of tho many cablegrams of sympathy caused by death of their He siou say the erroneous rumor of the SOD which were receivedyesterday says the physicians attending his sio say that the patient has surprised them and all others about him by not only surviving Wednesday night but by being sufficiently strong yesterday morning to permit the operation of tapping which relieved the heart and lungs from effusion What was pronounced to bo an almost certainty fatal operation has at least temporarily reversed tha patients hopeless condition Though there is still great danger the doctors are not without hope of the patients recovery WRECK OF A STOCK TRAIN Tho rircman and a Kniiairuy Hoy Fatally Injured Two Others Dudly Hurt ELGIN Ills Feb A Milwaukee and St Paul freight collided with a stock train at Salt Creek yesterday morning Twelve cars of the stock train were demolished much stock killed two persons fatally Injured and two bays badly hurt The victims were Fireman Ogdon Chicago fatally injured Charles Alexander fatally injured Patsy Ryan seriously hurt Henry Alger badly njuicd Alexander Ryan and Alger were oys who had run away from their home at eioit Wis and wero concealed in a stock de uitormation Buin wasaskcd whether he desired any time to consider his position in the matter and stated that he did not Hotwas ordered to appear again today Never Iistcti at Keyholes F A Depuy volunteered tho statement that no newspaper man ever obtained any io formation by listening at kayhote or by questioning employes ol tha senatj leaving the inferencs that they got their informa tion fioai tuo senators themselves Indian Commissioner Morgan who ha 1 bsen brought into the matter by a novrspaper par agraph yesterday suggesting that Ii3 had given away tha secret session decata regard ing his own confirmation went before the committee to deny the implication Tliny Still Get tlio News Tho senate wing of the Capitol was closed entirely to every one yesterday except sen ate employes and senators according to tha rule adopted Wcvlrcsdiy All press repre sentalives wero excluded from tlia rooms in iLo roar of tho piess gallery This gallery doors which arc massive and metolbounc affairs wcro cosfl and locked Notwith standitlg this the newspaper men announced that the secret sesiou was devoted almost ex ulusively to consideration of uuobjMtionabl nominations tii3 report ou that of H C AVarmoth for collector of customs at Nov Orleans being favoiabl1 THE CIVIL SERVICE INQUIRY liirUici Test itroiiy from Into tin Keioitl Cliarge WASUIKGTOK CITV Feb befor tho house civil service commission investi gating the charges tho commission adjourned AVednosdny exCommissioner Oberly vas recalled and showeiil that the questions referred to as having offered to ills Dabney by Professor FJynn could not have been other than questions urei at an examination previous to thj out at which Miss Dabney was examined whatever thosa sho afterward saw might haro boon in otker wordsin botli cases questions were old ones aud Flyiin never Mipplieil with tho questions for an examinrtioii to tnke place subsequent to tha tijuwbon they came into bis possession Profesisor Flytin stated positively that hi told Miis Dabney that the questions waro alii one A Socoiul The first business of the committee yostor day was tho cliarga that Bailey a stenogra r had lieeu promoteil whou there were cttcr stenographers than him on the eligi le list Regarding the charge Commission Lyniaii said that Bailoy had been exam ed and that his promotion was iu con orniity with tbo law Wilson 3 Sturges Fraud iu United Courts WASHEfeiox Crrr Feb The house judiciary committee agreed to report la vorably to the house a resolution providing for a congressional investigation of tha prac tice in several United States courts princi pally those of Alabama and Georgia of sus pending sentences in criminal cases The resolution was passed at the instance of the ttorney general who laid before tha com uttee some startling information It is laimed that the under officers of these courts f not the judges themselves are combined ogether for the purpose of defrauding the jovernnient The alleged method pursued was to try numerous cases that could not be sustained and summon a great number of unnecessary witnesses the parties hi the plot ividing tha fees etc Tlie Foreign Storage Question WASHINGTON Crrr Feb The Jour neymen Coopers association of New York and Brooklyn were heard by the on ways and means yesterday John Mc Guirk Patrick Collins and others were pres sat A petition containing 3000 names of coopers and laborers was presented The petition asks for relief under thepresent which prevents their opportunity of employment by causing the storing of sugars Cuba and England McGuirk requested that the duty on sugar be assessed on the quantity that goes into consumption in this country so that there will not be an extra luty of the shrinkage while in store This it was claimed is an inducement to hold it abroad rather than iu America Taking Tub of AH Sin Feb ilcEenna of California reported favorably to the house yesterday from the census committee the bit introduced by Morrow to provide tor a com pleto enumeration of tha Chinese population iu this country McKenna stated that thi bill proposed to furnish each Chinese person with a certificate describing him and tha any Chinese person found in ths TJuitec States after the taking of the census withou CELEBRATED HATS SPRING PRING STTLE3 TYLES JPRING S TYLES DEWENTER The HATTER BOIES IS GOVERNOR j The LongDelayed Inauguration Duly Performed HAPPY DEMOOBATS BY THOTJSA1TO3 a certificate shall be returned to ths place from whence ho came That Preacher Cant Como In CITY Feb The treas ury department has informed tho Christ church vestrymen of Lewisburg Pa that to bring in a minister from Canada under contract has been decided by a United States circuit court in New York to bo a violation of tha alien contract labor law to See tho Installation of Tlioii First Governor for ThirtyFour Yean from tlie Inaugural Address Prohibition Denounced nml License Ad Tariff Question IMscuaaed An Immense Tlirongr nt tlio Now exutlres Reception Dis MOINKS la Feb Boies was yesterday afternoon inaugurated in the tho Lowest CbfR DESIGNS PRB NfiW isoao but LUc best nrorkccanship al o leave our jtnlesroom THE WORLDS BEST en SZD50 rositivriv the bfsc in America for the money deceivetl tfco stump on bottom ot each shoo oake no otlier Kvery pair warrantxl Stvlii anrequT to any S5 shoe in tiie market Made bv t K PIIEPLES A CO CHICAGO STEVENSON Solo Agents oi tograniport Probably 13O lives Lost by the Dam OUlo Flood FuESCOTT A T Fib magnitude of tho disaster in tho Hassayampa valley caused by the bursting of the ATalirat Grove Storage companys dam is just beginning to bo realized All along the course of the Has sayampa river there wore placer mining camps here today and thero tomorrow the occupants of which were in most cases unknown bv name even to those working nearest them Many of these placer miners have perished and among the bodies recovered far down the vallojnro tho remains of people whom no one is able to identify The number of lives lost is now estimated at not less than 150 and probably will exceed those figures while the property loss will reach up into the mill ions of dollars A number of bodies were recovered AVednesday but only nve identi follows AVilliam Akord Cbarles Brackett M Casiaor Fran cisco Freuler Alexander AIcMilleM Past the DangerUno at Cairo CAIRO Ills Feb Ohio river passed what is known as the dangerline here at noon today and is overrunning its nat ural banks compelling large numbers ol iettlers to move The bottoms for many miles around here in Kentucky and Missouri aro submerged and the railroads are suffer ing much from softening of roadbeds wash outs and landslides The river iis rising at the rateof a foot in twentyfour hours The AYator Boom atlxuiisville LOCISVIIIE Ky Feb Ohio river is out of its banks and rising an inch an hour Travel between hero ind Cincin nati by the Ohio and Mississippi railroad i cut off but the Louisville and Nashville ia still Thero is no fear of great dam age The Olilo at Ctnciunntl midnight tha Obi river had reached fortyfive feet two and one h i iaohsan i stilt rapUly rising moi inches causa ths railroads no abando all trains leading out of tha Grand Cjatr station Tha backwater from tho Ohio en tering the Mill street sawer has covered tb tracks at several points ATashouts betwee Lawreneeburg and Aurora ore reported the Big Pour trains are got running The Strike at Pmixsutawncy PUKXSUTAWSET Pa Feb The strike ituation bore has assumed an ugly phase Buffalo Rochester and Pitlsburg Coal ompany has been steadily filling tho places f the old men until there are no w 700 men t work guarded by a force of 200 police ncl the new men stay within the lines all lie time for fear of violence from ths 1000 men who are out It will bo necessary for he company to keep these guards as lorg as he old miners remain in this vicinity for if a crowd of blacklegs should come iu con act with the strikers there roiiblo will be serious Tlie Imprisoned Escape SSAMOKIN Pa Feb 23 Tho fire in tile Cameron colliery slopo is burning vith increased intensity find tho work it fighting the flames is ronderec very dangerous by the gas The two iai prisoned men succeeded in effecting their es ape Wednesday night through an old cham jers Twentythree mules were smothered itis impossible to estimate as yet the amouo of damage that will result from tho fire May Pardon Mrs Maybrlck Feb Report is current tha the quean has about decided to grant a par don Mrs Maybrick the Aaierican woman now serving a life sentence for the allegec poisoning of her husband It is said tha her majesty has recently sent to the horn secretary tor papers in the case and influentially signed petition in Mrs May oricks behalf has reached the queen through the prince of Wales Is tbc Burglar a Woman EVAXSVILLE Ind Feb Over fifty houses have been robbed of thousands o dollars worth of property during the las two weeks at Booneville Ind twenty mile north of this city The robber defies bolt bars and policemen and has a musical laug which those who have heard it say must be long to a yourg woman He or sha marks peculiarcipher on the walls of every hous3 robbsd Nominations Confirmed INCITY Feb the nominations confirmed by the senate yester day were the following AVilliam B Mc Creery of Michigan consul at Valparaiso JR M Pearsonappraiser of merchandise at Chicago Judge Iriirers Successsor WASHINGTON CITY Feb name ol Henry C Caldwsll of Arkansas was sent to the senate yesterday for tho office of United States circuit judge for tho eighth circuit vica David J Brewer resigned Appointed District Attorney AAAsniNGTON CITY Fob General Miller has appointed DeWirt C Crain assistant district attorney for the northern district o Iowa wnoin ue lias teeu paying nuu tion for some time who demands SoWO fcr breach of promise and also itsks an other charge ABBREVIATED TELEGRAMS Boston is tluviUncl v ih astriko of stone cutters Base ball at St Auus1int Fla Thurs day St Augustine 2 Caicajo 7 The epidemic of at Wonona Ills has been stanipe I There wero five deaths all children Tho Traders Satioual bsuk of Washing ton City capital was Thursday authorized to begin business Dr E A Kilbourno ior yeais aupsrinteu dent of the northern Illinois insane asylum disd at Elm Tliursslay of paralysis Gcrman members of vho Lutheran church in Wisconsin are organizing to vigorously ormerly a stenographer for the commis on saia that ho did not know of Mr Bsiley oing any stenographic work for a year pre ious to his promotion Ho was then cross xamined by members of tho committee In nstrertoa question by Commissioner Roose witness acknowledged bavin some per onal feeling against Chief Examiner Web Ser of tho commission who bad several inies reported errors in his work Stnrges Was Not Satisfactory Witness said that Mr Roosevelt had stated hat his work was not satisfactory to the ommission and ha was informed that he vould have to find cmploymejit elsewhere out subsequently through his Mr Roose velts assistance hs was trans erred to the war department Mr Bailey the stenographer who it is al eged was promoted improperly over other niployes testified that lio had bean required HOOP LA FOR CHICAGO Tho Worlds Fair Delegsites Given a Rip Roaring Eeceptiow CHICASO Feb 28 The arrival homo of tho CiiicagQJelogatlon that went to the na tional capital to givo a pull on the Worlds fair rope was tho occasion yesterday ot an enthusiastic reception People who do not read tho city papers closely wondered what it meant when a procession beaded by a brass band choeriug and rejoicing paraded the streets an hour or so before noon Hail a new bass ball team come to tortii was tha first question which was answered when tho yells for Chi cago and tho Worlds fair were made out About 150 citizens headed by half the city aldermen went to Soutb Chicago in a special train to meet tho conquering heroes ami escort them to this city where as stated a procession was formed and paraded the prin cipal streets the Chicago Zouaves being a feature of tho pageant and found its way to the city hall James R Scott of the Worlds fair committee welcomed the homecomers Mayor Cregier responding Several other gentlemen also spoke and tUo occasion was made one of general rejoicing and felicita tion Kansas Prohfbitionists TOPEKA Kan Feb The state Prohi bition convention yesterday adopted resolU tions denouncing tha appointment of Judge Brewer to the supreme court bench and de claring the appointment proof conclusive that the present national administration de sires to conciliate tlio liquor power denounc hall of the house oi representatives as tht fight the compulsory cdnratioa law of thtt first Democratic chief executive of tho elected in thirtyfour years As became occasion the capitol was gayly decorated with flags and patriotic emblems The singla rate for roundtrip tickets from all state points granted by the various railroad com panies operated to secure tho attendance of a vnst concourse of visitors The military parade conducted by Adjt Gen Beeson as marshal comprised the Na tional Guards of Burlington Sicox City Ottumwa Dubuquo and DCS lloines and was one of the most imposing pageants ovct witnessed hi Iowa The Inaugural Aildress Iii his inaugural address Governor reviewed those quositions which at present attract the attention of the people of th3 state With regard to the railroad situation the governor said Prior to our present laws the purchaser of transportation was at the mercy of the railway companies They abused their power and to gain great divi dends individual and public rights were alike sacrificed The Prohibitory law Denounced In speaking of the prohibitory law the 3jvernor said that from its inception to the Present tirno it had been despis d and ignored n most of the large cities of tho state Ths aseof intoxicating bovoragos had not di o do stenographic work and aid that he ing the president for having wine at his stati be willing to do tha reporting of the present proceedings and had done so at tln irst sitting of the inquiry Coraiulssloiior Roosevelt Ixnlains Commissioner Roosevelt here took the stand and gave the facts in ths cose of the ransfer of Sturges Etc said that lad been told that ho would have to leave jut out of kindness to him he had gouo tci the war department and told au official that dinners and denouncing the vice presiden for having a bar in Wash ington City ExGovernor St John spoke in a similar denunciatory strain and bitterly opposing the protective tariff He Is love of a Man POMONA CaL Feb H B Munsell was arrested Wednesday at Etewando on com plaint of Mrs Xellie C Adams of Carbon Sturges had been with the commission nud dale Ills who claims him ss her husbane liis work had not been satisfactory which he believed was due to the exceptional circum stances of Sturges position because la Mved under the belief in the office that he was a protege of exCommissioner EJgeiton and that feeling made him a poor clerk and disgruntled with tho commission but this would not interfere with his bring a useful clerk in tha war department to which he was transferred A STATUE TO COLUMBUS although he has a wife living at Etewando whom he married at Rochelle Ills Th wife at Etewanda is No 2 She has ainpl means and declares that sho will do every thing in his defense as he is the grandest loveliest sweetest husband God ever made ipad out without tv prcSeaso of compeusat ng those who wero ruined as a consequence of such action Enforcement of the law had meant the impoverishment of those interested n the business Tho governor said that la his judgment tho fact that the law was a cruel violation of one of the most precious of mman rights constituted the chief obstacle to its enforcement Iavols a License suite The United States steamship arrived at New York Thursday with tho body of ExMinister Gco H IVndlctoncn board Thomas OBrien baugod at Lexin tou Ky Thursday morning for the nmlor of Bettie Shea The decI was commtte on ttio nigiit of March 31 1SS9 MalcOim Cumpston 5 yonrs clI got hold of a revolver TliuMUy und managed to k lias luto Sj earold brother in a few niiuutes Happened at Chicago Tiie carpenters of Chicngo Incited iy the AVorlds fair boom hare giroi notice to their employers that after Aptl 0 they wll deinanv 40 cents per hour Elwin P McCabe coloreJ is a candidate for governor cu Oklahoma and tlio equality luvirg pcope of that nccl of woods are talk ui Isbasainating hum i tha president ap p in is him Tho levlral authorities havu discovered tll icit istillery iu iho northwestern part of Iidruapolis Tbe proprietor was an oll coru in uud 10 od jiroJuct at p ui i Urti1 Join1 living near Ptkc v ue Ky la SVLIO ibe isus ciidLo iia tioor Suudny nigav a i i ouui utLLi uy MIIKI oi lUe gang clicilpei George a boy of Sayrevillo N J under airest lor opou a railway svvitca with the objorD oi cauaiig a railway disaster because hu var ioJ to ej tiie 1000 motive jump tbo track It is stated at AVashington City that ex President Cleveland has tod Oak View which cost hiiji four years ago about 000 for Itonsists ol ubuut tivouty nmo acres of land anc a house The Louden court appeals has atiirriud the decision which onieriU The Duoliu Fiv The platforms of tho different poliiica mans Journal to paw a fine ol SoJO for pub parties were then referred to ly Governor Boies to show that no political issue was ever more clearly present to or more thoroughly understood by ths masses than was that of legislative prohibition in Iowa by the people of the state during tho las campaign The people had passed upon the issue and those localities so desiring wero entitled to the benefits of a carefully frame license law Iowa needed legislation broad enough to cover more than tho views of a single class Tho Katlo of Representation Referring to the representation question he said the census of 1885 showed the popu lation of the state to be in round numbrs lishing certain comuieucs ou the di vorcj cae The must also pay Oivt s costs Physicians iu Nexv York cut up the bo iy of Pilchard Barrett who suicidwl recently Barrett wns a but the British fjn sut is iuquJring why the body was mutilaUM beiausa Barrett was u British subject anil his crijaj was committed iu England The special of thu Jlilwauko school board which is lavebtigalra tiio latu Secretary Uoois annotuico the shortage at XJO so far as known SchattenbergsuicidiM time he was found out Commodore Goorg D White chief ol tho 1754000which should have made the actual bureau of yards and docks in tlie navy de ratio for 100 members 175J0 instead o partment died suddmly at his homo iu adopting this number the legislature in 1SSC City luuroday inormngol n enacted that 21000 should be tho ratio ol attack o apoplexy lie was regarded as representation and divided tae state into as sembly districts No less than sixteen ol ttese districts as then formoJ contained tha less than 12000 inhabitant Ho believed that such an apportionment was a grave er ror if not an actual wrong Taxation ond tlie Tariff one the most ctflcijut olliccrs iu ice Since the death of Jacob Astor hs son Wiliam WaUnr is believe 1 10 bj tho wea tbiust mii in this country il no iu tlio worix Tticris but one knows how much he is woih and that is iiiuu total of The governor then took up the subject oi Estimates of bu wea ta ths enormous taxation He said thousands of people owned property in the state on which they did not pay taxes and thousands paid taxes who did not own property He favored an equalization of the public buraen by legaia independence O Railway Wrickera Baffled CLEVELAND O IVb special frcift A young farmer Cive enactment Any syst niol taxaiior which took from one class to give to another wasan unequal and impartial of public burdens and should be abolished them Q He then made an argument against proac tive tariff as a national policy Tlie govern or was liberally applauded all through hfe address The Reception in the Evening named William Cassil tlire ties inserted in a cattle guard onth Baltimore lio ru to prevent tbo wrecking of the express lleported Agaiust Prohibition BOSTOY Feb 23 The liquor committee of the legislature yesterday reported unani mously against enacting a straight prohib itory faw and also against reducing the big The Senate Passes tv nil for Tbat Purpose i license fee of the first class from to The AlkiiiaonrcmlJelou Contest The same committee reported it inex CITY Feb The snate i pedient to appoint a committee to investi yesterday a bill for tho erection of a gate the workings of the license and pro bronze statue of Christopher Columbus at hibitory laws of other states and countries the western entrance to the Cajpitol grounds Euiin Pat Hi Nearly AB Feb 3i Emin Pasha has so far advanced toward complete recoverv as The reception by Governor Boies in to be able to take lot g walks daily ening was held in the executive rooms The bill declaring trusts nnlavrful was then discKEseil the committee baring moved to strike out the provision fixing penalties Guorge denounced the biil as unconstitution al and said it would prove m3icient and a miserable sham Paddock introduced a bill to amend the act creating a bureau of animal industry After a brief executive session the senate adjourned The house first took up the contested elec tion case of Atkinson vs Peadleton First Virginia district and after hearing Pendle Believed to Uare Beta llinn Feb Tribune special from Chamterlain a D says An old negro woman wellknown in this section was burned to death yesterday morning alall Destroyed ly Fire SAN FRANCISCO Feb mail stor age train No 47 westbound was burned yesterday morning at Bins Creek Utah The car and contents are a totiil loss destroying through mails for this city consisting of let ters and papers There was no registered mail in the car The amount of mail burned and the cause of the flrti is unknown He Was Alter a Crouln Saspoet BOSTON Feb Gordon of Chicago left here for New York yestenUy tou in his own behalf adopted the report unj jje cama tare Wednesday and with a Bos seating him On the final rote tho Demo ton officer spent the day in an unsuccessful crats refrained from voting and the result j sarrv for ono Of lie Cronm snspscts whom IS nays speaker Count De naj reason to suppose wa located hsre ing a quorum Atkinson was then sworn in and took his seat amkl applause on the Republican side Tha reports in the iluddCompton case from Maryland ona The Weather We Blmr Eipect WASHTSGTOS CUT Feb fodoning are the weather indications tor thirtysis hoars unseatrng Mudd and the other in favor of i from 8 p mi yesterday Far Lower llichigin Ccmpton were revived A bill was Tmeatening weather tritU rain or snow a census of northeasterly winds colder Saturday mom ported providing Chinese in the a bill to Unite States also i ing Her buiklinj catTgtit fire da claims Bills be to escap lup general tehef To d3p3pdcrit wid 1 or vfhn are not provided for in uttoiaa reojanois a railway through the vis murdered and then to cover up faaces of Ui crime Tho affair is bing in J vs ot soldiers who vestigated The Milliard Toarament SEW YOEK Feb the billiard coc yesteriay Ives beat Heisor by a score ot in committee ol the whole 600 to 190 and Schaefer btat Daily 500 to urgajt deficiency blll without action 886 the house adjoorned For weather and rato For wither with or colder northerly winds cold wave For weather ard snow followed by fair colder hi eastern portion Sat evening the capitol and it brought to that magnifi cent edifice ths largest crowd of people ever within its walls Capt Beal the onuarmed sentry who has stooa guard over its portal since it was first opened to the public stated that not less than 20000 people passed through the capitol doers last night It wjii expected that the reccptk n would begin a 8 out before that hour 2000 people had gath ered and when the governor an i party ar rived a few moments later and the doors ol the reception room were thrown opn ths rush began larrabce Heads tlie Kcceivlne Line Adjutant General Beeson presented tht callers to Governor Larrabee who stood at the head of the column At hh right were Governor Boies and Lieutenant Governoi Foyneer with Krs Larrabcc liiss Boiea Barber of Waterloo and Hiss Foyneei in tle order named For two hurs a con tinuous stream of callers filed in shoo i hands as repiflly as possible aud then out At 10 oclock ihe doors cioscd The Blooilthirity French Edilor LONDON Fob The French sawspa pers of the opposition arc raiiiag a terrific howl at the decision of the Paris government to participate in Emperor niiiiami labor conference at Berlin The dscision journals declare is a complete surrender ol the principles which every French govern ment and every French citizen lias hold since Franca was despoiled by German and German vandalism and in that spirit tie act will be treated by the French electors at the earlist opportunity offering The attorney general of Indiana hffJRte au opinion declaring ihi cguthour law passed by the last lerislnture foutitu1ioia proven in ot bomes for raore Hnn qnarterof Too Manr Strings to His Bow Ind Feb John B is used by the Dnitijd States Government En 1 i dereed bv the send i of the great nuneut physician of this 2i tne Stroneest P and mosi HoltiM ewart a prominent Joae Siillivan handsome yonng widow   

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